US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (00001 to 10316)


Last revised May 6, 2021


00001/00200		Curtiss SB2C-1 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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.
				00020 disposed of and Lake Washington and later recovered.
				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) attached to USS Bunker Hill 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 Aug 10, 1944
				00062 (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 12/31/1943.
				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.
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				00202 (VB-83)weather problem 1 bailed out 20 mi N of Wildwood, NY Jun 2, 1944.
				00215 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Orote in South Pacific Jun 14, 1944
				00217 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Wakde in SW Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				00222 (VB-15) attached to USS Hornet lost off Bermuda Jan 7, 1944
				00223 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Another report has the plane being 
					with VB-8 and attached to USS Bunker Hill and lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
 				00228 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Oahu, Hawaii Apr 28, 1944
				00231 (VB-11) los off Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 15, 1944
				00235 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex lost off Tinian Jul 23, 1944
				00242 assigned to CASU-13 los off Los Negros in Philippines Aug 11, 1944
				00243 converted to prototype SB2C-1C
				00247 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 12944
				00249 lost off Hawaii Sep 4, 1944
				00251 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Trinidad Feb 16, 1944
				00258 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				00260 (VB-13) attched to USS Franklin lost off Trinidad Mar 21, 1944
				00261 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				00264 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Truk Apr 28, 1944
				00265 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Truk Apr 29, 1944
				00269 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Majuro in central Pacific Jun 3, 1944
				00272 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				00273 (VB-15) attqched to USS Hornet lost off Bermuda  Jan 7, 1944
				00277 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Orote in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				00278  assigned to CASU-4 lost off Puunene, Hawaii Aug 8, 1944
				00282 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Guam Jul 8, 1944
				00285 (CASU-35) destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				00290 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Guam Jun 13, 1944
				00291 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944.
				00293 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Guam Jul 16, 1944
				00301 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost SW of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				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
				00303 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost enroute to Kwajalein May 1, 1944
				00304 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex  lost enroute to Bonins in central Pacific Jun 14, 1944
				00306 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp in mid-air collision 3 mi south of Pearl Harbor Apr 7, 1944.
				00309 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Truk Apr 9, 1944
				00310 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				00315 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jul 13, 1944
				00317 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Rota in central Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				00320 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Guam Jul 21, 1944
				00321 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown lost off Yap in central Pacific Jul 27, 1944
				00322 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex  lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				00323 (VB-3) ditched off NAS Kalalui May 15, 1944.  Later recovered
				00324 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Rota in central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				00329 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Marianas Jul 19, 1944
				00330 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				00334 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				00337 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost enroute to Marcus in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				00338 (VB-3) ditched near Hawaii Aug 31, 1944.  Pilot rescued.
				00339 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				00341 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Samar in Philippines Apr 21, 1944
				00342 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				00344 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944
				00345 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Wakde in SW Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				00349 SOC in Hawaii Jan 30, 1945
				00362 (VB-3) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Sep 4, 1944 
				00363 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				00370 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost of Palau in central Pacific Jul 28, 1944
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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				00376 (VT-8) sank after launch accident USS Hornet Jul 30, 1942
				00380 (VT-8, 8-T-1) damaged in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942. with VT-8 attached to USS Saratoga lost off Suva
					Bay in SE Pacific Jul 30, 1942
				00381 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise lost off Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00382 (VT-6) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 5, 1942
				00383 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00384 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00385 (VT-8) attached to USS Saratoga  lost enroute to Solomons in South Pacific Aug 22, 1942
				00386 (VJ-1) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 5, 1943
				00388 (VT-8) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 1, 1942
				00389 (VT-8) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 8, 1942
				00390 (VT-8) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 8, 1942
				00391 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet 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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				00395 (VT-8) attached to USS Saratoga lost E of Solomons in south Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				00396 (VT-8) attached to USS Saratoga lost E of Solomons in south Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				00397 (VT-8) attached to USS Saratoga lost off Guadalcanal in south Pacific Aug 30, 1942
				00398 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00399 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				00401 (VT-8) lost at Guadalacanal Oct 6, 1942
				00402 (VT-6) missing after launch from USS Hornet to make simulated attack 8/9/1942.  4 crew missing.
				00403 (VMTB-233) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jul 7, 1943.
				00405 lost at Guadalcanal Feb 7, 1945.
				00406 (VT-8) hit by AAA near Guadalcanal Isl and ditched 10/24/1942.  One killed.
				00408 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii   Lost off Hawaii Mar 21, 1945.
				00409 (VT-6) attached to USS Saratoga lost off Noumea in south Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				00410 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 26, 1942
				00411 (VT-6) missing after launch from USS Hornet to make simulated attack 8/9/1942.  4 crew missing.
				00412 (VT-6) ditched off USS Enterprise near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 7/27/1942.
				00415 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Feb 1, 1943
				00417 (VT-8) ditched off USS Hornet due to fuel exhaustion 10/01/1942.  Crew rescued by USS MacFarland
				00418 (VT-3) attached to USS Enterprise lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 24, 1942
					On August 24, 1942 the aircraft took off from USS Enterprise (CV-6) during the Battle of the Eastern Solomons. 
					This aircraft failed to return and was listed as Missing In Action (MIA). In fact, the radio operator was wounded but survived 
					and managed to deploy his life raft. He was the sole surviving member of the crew and drifted at sea for fifteen days 
					before making landfall on a small island off Buka Island. He survived with the help of local people. 
					Later, the entire crew of B-17F "My Lovin' Dove" 41-24450 landed aboard a life raft in the same area on 
					February 25, 1943. In an attempt to move closer to the Allied lines, the group attempted to buy a canoe 
					from locals, but it failed to be seaworthy with only four loaded aboard. Later, they hired another native 
					and his canoe to sailed down the coast for four days and met another group of natives, 
					who had been sent by a pair of coastwatchers to find them. Escorted over a jungle trail to the 
					coastwatcher's mountain observation post, where they met the coastwatchers and arranged 
					their rescue by radio. The rescue group included a PBY Catalina from VP-44, escorted by two PB4Y-1 Liberators 
					from VB-101. The group in an outrigger was spotted by Hays, and he landed to rescue them, then planned the rescue of the remaining men
				00419 (VT-3) attached to USS Enterprise lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				00421 assigned to FAW-2, stalled on takeoff from NAS Kaneohe, HI 3/30/1943.  4 killed.  Another report gives the
					date as Aug 3, 1942.
				00422 (VT-8) spun in on takeoff from USS 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
				00425 (VT-3) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 15, 1942
				00426 (VT-3) attached to USS Enterprise, lost e of Solomons Aug 24, 1942
				00427 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00429 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00430 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00431 (VGB-11) attached to USS Altamaha lost in South Pacific Feb 8, 1943
				00432 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00433 (VGS-78) crash landing at Tou Touta AAB, New Caledonia 12/19/1942.
				00434 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00435 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00436 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 18, 1942
				00437 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00438 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Apr 9, 1943
				00440 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				00445 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet, lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00446 (VT-3) attached to USS Enterprise lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Oct 24, 1942
				00447 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 21, 1942
				00449 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00450 (VT-6) ditched off Kaipupau Point, HI 7/06/1942.
				00451 (assigned to COM7THFLT lost off Perth, Australia Mar 17, 1944
				00452 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00453 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00454 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 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.
				00457 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise lost off Guadalcanal Aug 30, 1942
				00459 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00460 (VGS-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) ditched off Port Lyautey, Morocco 11/08/1942.
				00461 (VT-7) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				00462 (VT-3) stalled on landing off Noumea in South Pacific on USS Saratoga 4/9/1943 .
				00464 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00465 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank
				00466 (VT-3) crashed on takeoff from USS Enterprise 8/27/1942.  No injuries.  Also reported as 
					involved in an accident near Guadalcanal 10/24/1942
				00467 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank
				00468 (VT-6) attached to USS Hornet lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				00469 (VT-6) attached to USS Saratoga lost off Noumea in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				00471 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 21, 1942
				00472 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 18, 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.
				00474 (VJ-12) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				00476 (VT-8) attached to USS Hornet lost off Midway Jun 4, 1942
				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.
				00484 (VJ-7) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 6, 1945
				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.
				00492 assg=igned to MAG-21 lost off Efate, Guadalcanal Oct 11, 1943
				00493 (VT-11) attached to NAS Barbers Pt, Hawaii; crashed at night off Oahu Jan 26, 1943; 2 killed.
					History card says plane was lost off Fiji Island in South Pacific Feb 22, 1943
				00494 (VGS-1) crashed into ravine due to fuel
					exhaustion San Diego, CA Oct 16, 1942.  One killed.
				00497 (VGS-29 (VC-9)) in midair with 00547 off USS Bogue 12/05/1942.  3 killed.
				00499 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 18, 1942
				00500 (CQTU/San Diego) 02/02/1943 USS Long Island (CVE-1).  Carrier landings; Overside landing
				00502 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 18, 1942
				00503 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 21, 1942
				00505 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 18, 1942
				00509 (VT-3) midair with 00514 and 00590 3 mi NE of Makapu Pt, HI 10/11/1942.  3 bailed out.
				00512 (VT-3) attached to USS Saratoga, lost enroute to Noumea in South Pacific 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.
				00527 (VC-26) attached to USS Sangamon lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 7, 1943
				00528 (VC-28) attached to USS Chenago lost off Solomons in South Pacific  Mar 12, 1943
				00529 (VC-26) attached to USS Sangamon  lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Sep 29, 1943
				00530 (GS-27 (VC-27)) attached to USS Suwannee, ditched in bad weather off Noumea in South Pacific 2/27/1943.
				00535 (VMSB-233) lost in South Pacific Jun 21, 1943
				00536 (VC-9) attached to USS Bogue lost in south Atlantic Apr 30, 1943
				00537 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				00538 (VT-11) lost off Guadalcanal May 28, 1943
				00539 (VGS-12) w/o  17 Aug 1942  Mid-air with 04097  F4F-4 over Lake Washington, WA
				00545 (VGS-9) crashed after waveoff from USS Bogue 12/04/1942.  Also listed as being attached to USS Ranger
					and lost off Fedala in Africa Nov 8, 1942
				00546 (VJ-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 12, 1944
				00547 (VGS-29 (VC-9)) in midair with 00497 off USS Bogue 12/05/1942. Crew bailed out.
				00549 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				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.
				00553 assigned to MAG-14, lost off Guadalcanal Mar 23, 1943
				00554 (VT-3) attached to USS Saratoga, lost off Noumea in South Pacific in take-off accident Jan 31, 1943, 
					rolled over bow; 1 killed
				00555 (VT-11) lost off Fiji Islands in South Pacific Mar 4, 1943
				00557 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 13, 1942
				00558 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 3, 1942
				00559 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				00560 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Feb 1, 1943
				00561 (VT-32) attached to USS ZLangleyu, lost off NW New Guinea Apr 24, 1944
				00562 (VGS-26) ditched 12/31/1942 off USS Sangamon due to engine failure enroute to Panama
				00566 (VGS-29) in midair 8 mi N of Kitty Hawk, NC 9/16/1942.  3 killed.
				00568 (VGS-29) lost off USS Santee 11/10/1942 off Safi, French Morocco.  3 bailed out.
				00569 (VC-28) attached to USS Chenango lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 7, 1943
				00572 (VGS-27) attached to USS Suwannee lost off Casablanca Nov 8, 1942
				00574 (VC-28) attached to USS Chennago lost enroute to Washington in South Pacific Jul 28, 1943
				00577 (VD-2) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				00580 (VGS-26) attached to USS Sangamon  missing enroute from Bermuda to North Africa during convoy coverage
					11/19/1942.  3 crew MIA.
				00582 (VGS-28) lost off USS Chenago enroute to Panama Dec 11, 1942.
				00585 (VGS-29) attached to USS Santee lost over Safi, Africa Nov 12, 1942
				00585 (VJ-12) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				00590 (VT-3) midair with 00509 and 00514 3 mi NE of Makapu Point, HI Oct 12, 1942.  3 killed.
				00594 (VT-3) ditched enrote to Noumea in South Pacific while landing on USS Saratoga 11/16/1942.
				00595 (VJ-2) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 6, 1944
				00598 (VMSB-131) lost off Guadalcanal Jan 1, 1943
				00605 spun in on wave off by LSO Chesapeake Bay 12/28/1942.
				00607 overside landing USS Charger 5/7/1943, Chesapeake Bay.
				00608 (VGS-27) overside landing on USS Suwanee 11/10/1942 off Casablanca.  3 killed.
				00610 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex lost off Hawaii May 15, 1943
				00611 (VGS-29) crashed on takeoff from USS Santee 11/08/1942 off Safi in Northwest Africa.  Crew OK.
				00612 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex lost off Hawaii May 15, 1943
				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
				00617 (VT-31) attached to USS Cabot lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Feb 5, 1944
				00620/00622 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN751/FN753
				00623 (VC-28) attached to USS Chenago lost in South Pacific Aug 29, 1943 when taken off ship during refit and
					never returned.
				00624 (VGS-29) crashed on takeoff from USS Santee 11/8/1942 off Safi, Northwest Africa.
				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 Ft.Everglades, FL; 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.
				00647 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise lost in central Pacific Mar 9, 1944
				00648 (TB, OTU #1) spun in during landing Ft Lauderdale,
					FL 3/2/1943.  Pilot killed.
				00653 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9); lost Jul 9, 1943 in west Pacific during night take-off, crashed and sank
				00654 (VGS-29) catapult bridle broke and went over bow of USS Santee CVE-29 10/15/1942.  Crew OK
00659/00802		Grumman J2F-5 Duck
				Model G-15.  Delivered between Jul 1941 and Mar 1942.
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				00660 transfered to USAAF in 1942 as 42-7771
				00662 (VJ-7) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 2, 1944
				00664 (VJ-9) lost in South Pacific Jun 4, 1943
				00665 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				00667 assigned to POOL in Kaneohe, Hawaii lost May 2, 1945
				00671 (VS-1 Det 14) lost in South Pacific Sep 22, 1942
				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
				00674 lost of Maui, Hawaii Sep 17, 1942
				00675 (VS-64) lost of Segi in South Pacific Dec 16, 1943
				00676 (VJ-2) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 29, 1942
				00677 w/o 31 May 1945  Lake Washington, WA    Pilot lost
				00681 to Argentine Navy as  0181/2-O-21
				00682 (VJ-12) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 12, 1944
				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.
				00685 (VS-64) lost in South Pacific May 23, 1944
				00687 (VS-65) lost off Funafuti, Noumea in south Pacific Aug 1, 1944
				00689 (VJ-4) lost off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sep 21, 1942
				00690 (VJ-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Feb 6, 1942
				00694 lost Dec 19, 1942
				00697 lost off Guadalcanal Feb 27, 1945
				00698 (VJ-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 30, 1944
				00700 to Argentine Navy as 0180/2-O-20
				00703 to Argentine Navy as 0148/2-O-11
				00704 attached to USS Wasp, lost off Scapa Flow, Scotland Apr 7, 1942
				00705 lost off Guadalcanal Dec 2, 1944
				00706 (VB-41) attached to USS Ranger lost in north Atlantic Jan 2, 1943
				00708 assigneed to ARU SOLS, ADVG 60 lost in South Pacific Dec 23, 1943
				00709 to Argentine Navy as 0182/2-O-22
				00713 (VS-65) lost in Funafuti, Noumea in South Pacific Aug 1, 1944
				00714 assigned to FAW-1 lost in New Georgia in South Pacific Feb 9, 1944
				00715 (VMJ-253) lost in South Pacific Dec 25, 1942
				00720 to Argentine Navy as 0247/2-O-30
				00721 assigned to NAS Palmyra lost in east central Pacific Jun 13, 1945
				00722 to Argentine Navy as 0259/2-O-31
				00723 (VMJ-253) lost in South Pacific Nov 15, 1942
				00724 (VJ-2) lost in Australia Nov 6, 1944
				00726 attached to USS Saratoga lost of Noumea in South Pacific  Mar 25, 1943
				00727 assigned to MAG-11 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific  Aug 4, 1943
				00730 (VJ-2) the landing gear failed and crashlanded on Ford Island, HI Apr 10, 1942. No injuries. Salvaged.
				00731 (VS-65) lost off Funafuti in central Pacific Sep 1, 1944
				00733 (VMJ-252) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 10, 1942
				00734 assigned go MAG-24 Auckland lost off New Zealand Apr 30, 1943
				00735 (VJ-7) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 11, 1945
				00736 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost off Hawaii Aug 31, 1944
				00737 to Argentine Navy as  0249/2-O-32
				00740 assigned to COMFAIRWG 16 lost off Recife, Brazil Jun 10, 1945
				00741 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Apr 20, 1942
				00743 lost off San Juan, Puerto Rico Feb 16, 1943
				00744 to Argentine Navy as 0173/2-O-13
				00745 to Argentine Navy as 0178/2-O-18
				00746 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Oct 2, 1942
				00747	(VJ-15) assigned to Bermuda 1943
				00748 to Argentine Navy as 0174/2-O-14
				00749 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Jul 1, 1942
				00750 assigned to NAF Tutuila lost off Tutuila in South Pacific May 31, 1945
				00753 (VS-65) lost off Funafuti, Noumea in South Pacific Aug 1, 1944
				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.
				00755 to Argentine Navy as 0250/2-O-33
				00760 (VJ-10) lost in west central Pacific Jun 10, 1943
				00762 assigned to NAS Midway lost off Midway Apr 1, 1945
				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
				00765 lost of Coco Solo in central Atlantic Dec 16, 1942
				00766 lost in southwest Pacific Jun 2, 1944
				00768 (VP-101) crashed on landing at Pearce, Australia Dec 29, 1942. No injuries.
				00771 assigned to A&R at Guadalcanal, lost at Guadalcanal Oct 7, 1944
				00773 to Argentine Navy as 0176/2-O-16
				00774 assigned to POOL at Guadalcanal lost in South Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				00776 assigned to CASU-31, Hilo, Hawaii and lost Jan 27, 1945
				00777 assigned to ARU SOLS in South Pacific lost Aug 11, 1944
				00779 assigned to ACORN-7 POOL in Emirau in southwest Pacific Jan 15, 1944
				00780 (VF-207) lost off Jan Julien in central Atlantic Jan 31, 1943
				00781 lost of Kaneohe Apr 8, 1943
				00782 assigned to NAS San Juan, Puerto Rico lost off San Juan Jun 19, 1945
				00783 to Argentine Navy as 0251/2-O-34
				00784 (VS-51) lost off Tutila in South Pacific Oct 31, 1944
				00787 assigned to 4th MBDAW lost off Samoa Jan 31, 1943
				00788 assigned to 1st MAW lost off Torokina in South Pacific Feb 6, 1945
				00791 lost at Guadalcanal Apr 3, 1945
				00794 to Argentine Navy as 0175/2-O-15
				00795 lost in east central Pacific Dec 16, 1942
				00796 assighed to CCOP in North Atlantic Dec 11, 1943
				00799 with VJ-2 in west central Pacific Feb 17, 1943
				00801 to Argentine Navy as 0179/2-O-19
				00802 (VJ-10) lost at Pallikulo Airfield in south Pacific Aug 2, 1944
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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				01009 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				01011 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill  lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				01013 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Okinawa Sep 21, 1944
				01014 (VB-11) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 3, 1944
				01015 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Marianas Jul 19, 1944
				01022 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 31, 1944
				01024 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				01025 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				01028 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex lost of Pagan in central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				01035 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				01039 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet lost off Guam Jul 18, 1944
				01043 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				01044 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex lost off Saipan Jun 21, 1944
				01045 (VB-8) attacvhed to USS Bunker Hill lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				01047 (VB-20) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii May 2, 1944
				01049 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Marcus in central Pacific lost enroute to Iwo Jima Jul 2, 1944
				01053 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp lost off Marcus in central Pacific May 16, 1944
				01062 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex lost enroute to Guam Jun 17, 1944
				01063 (VB-20) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii May 2, 1944
				01066 attached to CASU-13 lost off Ponam in SW Pacific Oct 18, 1944
				01068 (VB-15) attached to USS Essex lost off Guam Jul 25, 1944
				01071 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jul 18, 1944
				01072 (VB-100) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-78) lost off Hawaii Jul 31, 1944
				01077 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jul 19, 1944
				01083 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost W of Saipan Jul 20, 1944
				01084 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost W of Saipan Jul 20, 1944 
				01088 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost on an attack on Guam Jun 19, 1944.
				01089 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 13, 1944
				01090 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 24, 1944
				01091 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Okinawa Sep 18, 1944
				01092 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				01094 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Okinawa Sep 23, 1944
				01124 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				01128 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Okinawa Sep 24, 1944
				01132 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				01133 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				01136 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost of Wakde in SW Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				01147 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				01153 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				01155 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				01164 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost of Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				01168 (VS-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Chichi Jima Jul 4, 1944
				01170 (VB-70) forced landed in desert, Ocotillo target range 12/24/1943.
				01172 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				01174 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost W of Saipan Jul 20, 1944
				01175 (VB-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Wakde in SW Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				01180 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				01182 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Feb 23, 1944
				01190 (VB-15) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Panama Feb 23, 1944
				01191 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				01192 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost W of Saipan  Jun 20, 1944
				01196 (VB-15) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Panama Feb 22, 1944
				01197 (VB-1) attached to USS Yorktown lost W of Saipan Jun 20, 1944
				01198 lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Oct 18, 1944
				01200 assigned to POOL, lost of Ebon in South Pacific Apr 14, 1944
				01202 (VB-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
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 aircraft moved to Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina, on loan from National Naval
					Aviatin Museum.  
01216/01515		Naval Aircraft Factory OS2N-1 Kingfisher
				Version of Vought-Sikorsky OS2U-3 built by Naval Aircraft Factory.
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				01217 lost at San Juan, Puerto Rico Aug 7, 1945
				01227 (VO-2) attached to USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) sunk during recovery near Hawaii Aug 11, 1942. 
					Crew rescued by USS Mahan. SOC Aug 14, 1942
				01228 (VS-49) lost off Dutch Harbor, Adak, Alaska Feb 17, 1944
				01235 (VS-64) lost in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				01237 (VS-56) lost off Adak, Alaska Nov 18, 1944
				01238 (VO-?) attached to USS New Mexico (BB-40) capsized during landing and sunk by gunfire off Hawaii Oct 10, 1942. 
					Both crew unhurt and rescued by USS Craven. SOC Oct 11, 1942.
				01239 lost off Alaska Apr 3, 1943
				01242 (VO-3) attached to USS Idaho (BB-42) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 11, 1942
				01243 assigned to ACORN-30 POOL lost of Tacloban in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				01245 (VO-3) attached to USS Idaho (BB-42) lost off Kwajalein Feb 2, 1944
				01248 attached to USS North Carolina (BB-55) lost in west central Pacific Oct 30, 1943
				01249 attached to USS Baltimore (CA-68) lost off Okinawa Jun 5, 1945
				01251 lost off Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				01255 attached to USS Vicksburg (CL-86) lost off Carlisle Bay in North Atlantic Aug 21, 1944
				01260 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Jul 1, 1943
				01264 (VO-6) assigned to USS North Carolina (BB-55) lost off Truk Apr 29, 1944
				01265 assigned to FAW-3 lost off Coco Solo Oct 21, 1942
				01266 assigned to FAW-3 lost off Coco Solo Oct 17, 1942
				01270 (VS-1 Det 15) lost of Coco Solo Jun 16, 1942
				01274 lost off Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				01277 (CL-12) attached to USS Marblehead (CL-12) lost enroute to Mediterranean Jul 11, 1943
				01278 lost off deck of USS Miami (CL-89) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				01286 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Sep 19, 1943
				01287 (VMS-3) crashed into the Caribbean Sea between Puerto Rico and St. Croix, US Virgin Islands 
					Jul 29, 1942. Both crew killed.
				01288 attached to USS Pittsburgh (CA-72) lost Jun 5, 1945
				01290 (VS-63) lost in north Atlantic Aug 23, 1943
				01291 assgined to POOL at San Juan, lost off San Juan, Puerto Rico Aug 7, 1945
				01293 (VS-4) assigned to NAS Trinidad lost in central Atlantic Oct 17, 1942
				01295 lost off West Indies in central Atlantic Jul 10, 1942
				01296 (VS-1 Det 10) lost in central Atlantic Jul 8, 1942
				01297 assigned to POOL at San Juan lost off San Juan in central Atlantic Aug 7, 1945
				01301 (VS-45) assigned to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, lost in central Atlantic Mar 28, 1944
				01303 (VS-56) lost of Adak, Alaska Feb 17, 1944
				01304 (VO-2) attached to USS Tennsssee (BB-43) lost off Tinian Jul 30, 1944
				01308 lost off Alaska Nov 25, 1942
				01311 assigned to COMAIRPAC lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 15, 1944
				01312 (CL-7) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost in south Atlantic May 5, 1943
				01313 (VO-5) attached to USS Nevada (BB-36) lost off Greenland Dec 25, 1943
				01314 (VS-56) lost off Attu, Alaska Nov 22, 1943
				01315 (VO-2) attached to USS Tennessee (BB-43) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Feb 19, 1945
				01316 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Haway May 31, 1945
				01317 lost off Alaska Apr 18, 1943
				01320 (VO-6) hit by a salvo while the main battery firing over her stern, caught fire and burned out 
					onboard USS South Dakota (BB-57) off Savo Island, Solomons Nov 15, 1942.
				01321 attached to USS New Mexico (BB-40) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 25, 1942
				01324 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Sep 17, 1942
				01326 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Oct 8, 1942
				01328 attached to USS Raleign (CL-7) lost off Gertrude Cove in north Pacifi Aug 14, 1943
				01329 (VCS-14) attached to USS Houston (CL-81) lost w of Pagan in central Pacific Jun 10, 1944
				01330 attached to FAW-1 lost in South Pacific Nov 21, 1942
				01331 (VS-56) lost off Kasatochi in north Pacific Jul 14, 1944
				01335 (VS-1) lost off Alaska Oct 22, 1942
				01337 assigned to CASU(F)-61 lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Feb 28, 1945
				01338 attached to USS Washington (BB-56) lost off Okinawa Feb 18, 1945
				01339 (VS-64) lost in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				01340 assigned to FAW-3 lost off Coco Solo Feb 28, 1945
				01342 (VO-3) attached to USS Idaho (BB-42) lost of Sitka, Alaska Sep 4, 1942
				01343 asstached to USS Astoria (CL-90 lost off Formosa Jan 21, 1945
				01345 (VS-53) lost of Roi in west central Pacific Aug 3, 1943
				01346 damaged beyond reapir during recovery in central Atlantic aboard USS Memphis (CL-13) Dec 20, 1944.
				01348 (VS-63) lost in north Atlantic Apr 13, 1943
				01351 (VS-65) lost in South Pacific May 20, 1943
				01352 attached to USS Tennessee (BB-43) lost off Leyte Gulf, Philippines Oct 27, 1944
				01354 from New Mexico BB-40 shot down Apr 1, 1945 off Okinawa.  2 killed.
				01355 (VS-1, Det 14) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				01356 (VS-51) lost in South Pacific Jun 2, 1943
				01367 attached to USS Alabama (BB-60) lost off Hawaii Aug 24, 1943
				01368 on battleship Alabama (BB-60) at Mobile Airpark, AL, marked as 0951.
				01369 (VO-9) attached to USS Alabaqma (BB-60) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Feb 8, 1944
				01373 lost off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sep 22, 1942
				01385 (VMS-3) lost off St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Sep 12, 1943
				01386 attached to USS Memphis (CL-13) lost enroute to Gambia Jan 7, 1943
				01387 attached to USS Memphis (CL-13) lost off Bahia, Brazil Jan 30, 1943
				01393 lost off Alaska May 1, 1945
				01395 attached to ACORN-30 POOL lost off Jinamoc, Philippines Jun 22, 1945
				01396 (CA-71) attached to USS Quincy (CA-71) lost off Okinawa Jun 5, 1945
				01397 (VS-2) lost off Jamaica Nov 10, 1942
				01399 attached to USS Marblehead (CL-12) lost in central Atlantic Jul 3, 1945
				01408 (VS-2) in Coco Solo list in central Atlantic Nov 5, 1942
				01409 attached to USS Boston (CA-69) lost off Palus in southwest Pacific Sep 14, 1944
				01412 attached to USS Tennessee (BB-43) lost of Anguar in central Pacific Sep 14, 1944
				01416 attached to USS North Carolina (BB-55) lost Apr 6, 1945
				01417 attached to USS Massachusetts (BB-59) lost off Solomons in South Pacific May 23, 1943
				01418 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Mar 31, 1945
				01419 (VS-58) lost in South Pacific May 16, 1943
				01420 attached to USS Iowa (BB-61) lost off Leyte Gulf off Philippines Oct 30, 1944
				01421 (VO-3) attached to USS New Mexico (BB-40) lost off Kwajalein Jan 31, 1944
				01423 (VS-66) in South Pacific May 31, 1943
				01424 attached to USS Pasadena (CL-65) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 1, 1944
				01425 (VS-59) lost in North Atlantic Feb 16, 1944.  While switching to reserve tank, the engine failed, 
					aircraft ditched and sank 3 mi N of Coco Solo, Panama. Both crew uninjured, entered life raft, 
					and were rescued by USS Borum
				01426 assigned to FAW-4 lost off Alaska Oct 1, 1943
				01427 attached to USS Concord (CL-10) lost in east central Pacific Jan 23, 1943
				01428 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Mar 29, 1945
				01431 (VS-44) forced landing 1 mi W of st Nicholas Apt, Aruba Sep 10, 1943.  DBR
				01433 attached to USS Cincinnati (CL-6) lost in south Atlantic May 13, 1943
				01435 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				01438 attached to USS Detroit (CL-8) lost off Coco Solo Aug 15, 1944
				01441 attached to USS Cincinnati (CL-6) lost in south Atlantic Mar 14, 1945
				01443 (VS-2) assigned to Coco Solo lost in central Atlantic Nov 27, 1942
				01444 attached to USS Quincy (CA-71) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 7, 1945
				01446 attached to USS Wisconsin (BB-64) lost of Mindoro Strait in Philippines Dec 19, 1944 
				01447 attached to USS Omaha (CL-4) lost in central Atlantic Feb 24, 1945
				01448 attached to USS Memphis (CL-13) lost in north Atlantic Jun 24, 1944
				01449 (VS-60) lost off Jamaica Sep 29, 1943
				01450 (VS-60) lost between Jamaica and Cuba Oct 2, 1943
				01451 (VB-44) lost in north Atlantic Sep 10, 1943
				01456 (VS-44) lost off Curacao Nov 7, 1943. DBR, no injuries
				01458 (VS-44) crashed into sea during message drop to small vessel Feb 23, 1943.  Crew rescued
				01459 (VS-44) in south Atlantic May 3, 1943
				01462 (VS-44) damaged in landing accident Hato Field, Curacao NWI Dec 2, 1943.
					Repaired, no injuries.  lost at San Juan, Puerto Rico Aug 7, 1945
				01465 attached to USS Tennessee (BB-43) lost off Okinawa Apr 24, 1945
				01468 attached to USS Colorado (BB-45) lost off Okinawa Apr 30, 1945
				01470 (VS-65) lost in South Pacific Jun 7, 1943
				01472 (VS-64) lost in South Pacific Aug 1, 1943
				01474 lost off Guadalcanal Jan 30, 1943
				01475 assigned to CASU(F)-12 lost off Guam May 5, 1945
				01476 attached to USS Iowa (BB-61) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 23, 1944
				01479 attached to USS Santa Fe (CL-60) lost in Philippines Sep 19, 1944
				01481 attached to USS Massachusetts (BB-59) lost May 31, 1945
				01482 SOC Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				01486 SOC Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				01487 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii SOC Hawaii Mar 31, 1945
				01488 attached to USS Pensacola (CA-24) lost off Wake Island Sep 20, 1944
				01490 attached to USS Biloxi (CL-80) lost off Okinawa Mar 28, 1945
				01492 (VS-64) lost in South Pacific Apr 15, 1943
				01493 (VS-54) in west central Pacific Apr 20, 1943
				01494 SOC Hawaii Apr 30, 1945
				01495 assigned to ACORN-30 Pool lost off Tacloban in Philipiines Jul 11, 1945
				01496 attached to USS Colorado (BB-45) lost off Tarawa Nov 9, 1943
				01497 (VS-4) lost in North Atlantic Feb 26, 1943
				01498 assigned to CASU(F)-51 lost off Ulithi in west central Placific May 30, 1945
				01500 (VCS-13) attached to USS Biloxi (CL-80) lost off SWakde in SW Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				01503 attached to USS Tennessee (BB-43) lost in west central Pacific Oct 26, 1943
				01504 assigned to SOSU-1 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Jun 2, 1945
				01507 attached to USS Texas (BB-35) lost of Okinawa May 3, 1943
				01508 attached to USS Santee (ACV29 lost off Norfolk, VA Jun 7, 1943
				01510 attached to USS Wilkes Barre (CL-103) lost off Iwo Jima Feb 21, 1945
				01511 attached to USS Vincennes (CL-64) lost off Okinawa Apr 2, 1945
				01512 (VJ-3) attached to USS Omaha (CL-4) in south Atlantic May 31, 1943
				01513 attached to USS Omaha (CL-4) in south Atlantic Mar 29, 1943
01516/01623		Brewster F2A-3 Buffalo
				Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 339-23
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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.  (VMF-221)  combat damaged by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, June 4, 1942. Pilot wounded
				01522 (VMF-221) shot down by Japanese A6M2 30 mi MW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot KIA.
				01523 (VMF-221)  combat damaged by Japanese A6M2 30 mi NW of Midway Island, Battle of Midway, June 4, 1942. Pilot wounded.
					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 (VMF-221)  took part in Battle of Midway, June 4, 1942..  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.
				01550 (VMF-221) took part in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 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.
				01562 (VMF-221) took part in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				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 (VMF-221) took part in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  Tailed 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 swamp 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. 
				01631 (MSN 1020) current 2020 as NC79091. 
				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. Lost Nov 15, 1942.  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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				01650 SOC at San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 25, 1945
				01652 SOC at San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 17, 1945
				01655 (VP-208) struck small boat while taxiing at NAS Key West, FL Mar 29, 1944.  Only minor damage
				01656 assigned to FAW-11 lost off Brazil Sep 21, 1944
				01658 (MSN 3216) to US Coast Guard May 1943 as 01658.  Also listed as being damaged with VP-212 when
					made forced landing at Anageda Passage Oct 16, 1943.
				01661 (VP-203) suffered minor damage when hit small boat while taxiing in Potengi River, near Natal, Brazil
					Apr 5, 1944.  Suffered major damage in hard landing on Bahai Bay, Aratu, Brazil Sep 20, 1944.  SOC Jun 21, 1945
				01663 (MSN 3221) to US Coast Guard May 1945 as 01663
				01664 SOC Coco Solo Jun 16, 1945
				01665 SOC Coco Solo Jun 29, 1945
				01666 SOC Coco Solo Jun 20, 1945
				01668 (VP-212) crashed in night landing in stormy weather at NAAS Harvey Point, North Carolina Sep 24, 1943.
					6 crew killed.
				01669 (VPB-211) lost enroute from Natal to Aratu, Brazil during intense thunderstorm Nov 21, 1944.  All 8 crew killed.
01674/01728		Martin PBM-3S Mariner
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				01675 SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 30, 1945
				01677 SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 30, 1945
				01678 SOC Coco Solo Jun 20, 1945
				01679 (VP-209 lost at Salinas, Ecuador Ma 14, 1944
				01682 (VP-209) struck seaplane ramp while taxiing at NAS Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone Sep 9, 1944.
					Repaired.  Made safe landing after engine cowling fell off after takeoff from San Blas Bay, Panama
					Sep 17, 1944.  Minor damage.  SOC at Coco Solo Jun 20, 1945
				01683	 (VP-207)  transferred to HEDRON-9 at NAS Bermuda. Scrapped or scuttled at Bermuda Jun 10, 1945
				01685 SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 30, 1945
				01687 SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jul 12, 1945
				01688 SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 16, 1945
				01689 SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 16, 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.
				01696 (VP-208) ran aground while taxiing near Penair dock at Victoria, Brazil May 28, 1944.  Only minor damage.
					SOC San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 23, 1945
				01697 (VP-210) crashed and exploded after struck rescue boat during takeoff from Great Exuma Island, 
					British West Indies Jul 1, 1944.  6 killed, 4 seriously injured.
				01710 collided in midair with 59113 near NAS Corpus Christi TX Nov 8, 1945.  
				01711 (VP-210) sank after emergency landing off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba May 26, 1944.  No injuries.
				01716 (VP-212) suffered minor damage when landed at NAS Antigua due to engine problems Feb 2, 1944.
				01717 (VP-204) hit mooring buoy and sank while taxiing near NAS Essequibo, British Guiana Nov 3, 1943.
				01725 SOC Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone Jun 29, 1945
				01726 (VP-204) spun in from 200 feet near Trinidad BWI, 8 killed, three survived.
				01728 (VPB-2 OTU#3) hit channel marker while landing at Corpus Christi Bay, TX Jun 15, 1945.  Immediately
					sank, killing all 7 onboard			
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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				01732 (VMTB-242) lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Mar 13, 1944
				01734 (VC-1) missing on flight from NAS Norfolk, VA 3/7/1943
				01736 (VT-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost of Noumea in South Pacific Jun 28, 1943
				01737 (VMSB-143) lost at Guadalcanal May 30, 1943
				01740 (VMSB-131) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 8, 1943
				01742 (VMSB-131) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 1, 1943
				01743 (VC-36) wing broke off during dive pullout Monterey Bay, CA 4/26/1943.  3 killed.
				01744 (VT-6) ditched off USS Enterprise due to fuel exhaustion 12/16/1942.
					History Card says that it was assigned to VT-10 at Guadalcanal and lost over Espiritu Santo in
					South Pacific Nov 15, 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 (IX-64)
					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.
				01749 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				01750 (VC-1) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) lost in north Atlantic Aug 8, 1943
				01751 (VGS-9) in midair fire near Coronado Island
					off USS Bogue (CVE-9).  Pilot bailed, 2 killed.
				01752 (VT-10) ditched on takeoff from USS Enterprise (CV-6) off Solomons in South Pacific
					2/24/1943.
				01758 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				01759 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Mar 6, 1945
				01760 (VT-3) ditched on takeoff from USS Saratoga (CV-3) 11/30/1942 enroute to Noumea in South Pacific
				01761 (FAW-2, VJ-2) ditched in Waimea Bay, HI 4/3/1943.
				O1764 (VT-9) 01/22/1943 Portsmouth   Night familiarization flight; spun-in; 1/killed
				01765 (VGS-29) hit by ground fire off USS Santee (ACV-29)
					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.
				01770 (VGS-28) lost off USS Chenago (ACV-28) enroute to Panama Dec 12, 1942.
01771/01976		North American SNJ-3 Texan
				Ordered by USAAF as AT-6A; order cancelled 31Mar42 and production diverted to US Navy
				01771/01800 (MSN 78-6607/6636) ex USAAF 41-16229/16258.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy 
					01771 (MSN 78-6607) 
					01772 (MSN 78-6608) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66883.  Cancelled
					01773 (MSN 78-6609) 
					01774 (MSN 78-6610) 
					01775 (MSN 78-6611) to Portuguese Army Aviation/Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1948 as 711; 
						reserialled 1951 as 1611. Base Aérea ? 1, Sintra, Lisbon. 
						To Portuguese Air Force/Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1611. Modified to T-6G standard 
						by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Modified for 
						counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo 
						Base No 3, Negage, Angola. Crashed at Negage, Angola 20Mar64 (1KIS). 
					01776 (MSN 78-6612) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 as 1411. Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 30Jan62  
					01777 (MSN 78-6613) to civil registry in 1946 as NC61189.  Cancelled
					01778 (MSN 78-6614) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60099,  To NC60785 in 1946, then N60785, cancelled
					01779 (MSN 78-6615) crashed at NAS Jacksonvilel, FL Dec 19, 1942.
					01780 (MSN 78-6616) Registered 1948 as NC4004B; N4004B; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 29Nov12.
					01781 (MSN 78-6617) 
					01782 (MSN 78-6618) to civil registry in 1946 as NC65773.  to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. Cancelled. 
					01783 (MSN 78-6619) 
					01784 (MSN 78-6620) Registered 1946 as NC60262; N60262. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 1949. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16295. 
						F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 28Sep53. SOC 15Oct57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, 
						New York. Registered 1963 as N60262; deregistered 12Jan71, cancelled 21Nov17
					01785 (MSN 78-6621) 
					01786 (MSN 78-6622) 
					01787 (MSN 78-6623) 
					01788 (MSN 78-6624) Registered 1946 as NC65767 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. 
						To French Navy/Aéronavale as 65767. Escadrille 51.S [code 51.S-10], Base Aéronavale Khouribga, 
						French Morocco. Condemned at Khouribga 30Sep48. SOC 4Nov48
					01789 (MSN 78-6625) 
					01790 (MSN 78-6626) Registered 1946 as NC65777 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. Cancelled.
					01791 (MSN 78-6627) Registered 1946 as NC66081 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. Cancelled
					01792 (MSN 78-6628) Registered 1946 as NC60893 to American Overseas Airlines, New York, NY. 
						Crashed at McArthur Airport, Long Island, NY 14Aug46. Repaired. Sold 11May48. 
					01793 (MSN 78-6629) Registered 1946 as NC62081; N62081; revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 5Jul19
					01794 (MSN 78-6630) 
					01795 (MSN 78-6631)
					01796 (MSN 78-6632) Accepted by US Navy 23Dec41. Featured in the 1943 Naval SNJ-3 Training 
						Manual. Registered 1946 as NC79160; cancelled. Registered 1963 as N18J as a
						 North American-Victoria AT-6A; cancelled Aug 30, 2012
					01797 (MSN 78-6633)
					01798 (MSN 78-6634)
					01799 (MSN 78-6635)
					01800 (MSN 78-6636)
				01801/01835 (MSN 78-6782/6816) ex USAAF 41-16404/16438.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01801 (MSN 78-6782) 
					01802 (MSN 78-6783) 
					01803 (MSN 78-6784) to civil registry in 1946 as NC79570.  Cancelled
					01804 (MSN 78-6785) 
					01805 (MSN 78-6786) 
					01806 (MSN 78-6787) to civil registry in 1946 as NC58291.  Cancelled
					01807 (MSN 78-6788) Registered 1946 as NC65908; N65908. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY.
						 Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection 
						and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16286.; 
						F 14 Wing, Halmstad 16Jul53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Registered 5Dec58 as SE-CHX to Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; used for schooling of 
						SAS telegraphists and mechanics. Cancelled 18Aug60. Scrapped
					01808 (MSN 78-6789) 
					01809 (MSN 78-6790) Registered 1946 as NC66686. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.22Oct48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO).  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-10/91
					01810 (MSN 78-6791) 
					01811 (MSN 78-6792) Registered 1946 as NC62396; N62396. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY.
						 Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
						inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1954 as Sk 16B, serial 16310; F13 Wing, 
						Norrköping 22Feb54. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					01812 (MSN 78-6793) Registered 1946 as NC65765; N65765. Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, 
						Miami, FL 1946. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16278. 
						F17 Wing, Kallinge 29May53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					01813 (MSN 78-6794) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64388. Cancelled 29Dec47. Scrapped
					01814 (MSN 78-6795) to civil registry in 1946 as NC69906. Cancelled
					01815 (MSN 78-6796) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60640. Cancelled
					01816 (MSN 78-6797) Registered 1946 as NC65755 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. 
						To French Navy/Aéronavale as 65755. Escadrille 51.S [code 51.S-19], Base Aéronavale Khouribga, 
						French Morocco. Condemned at Khouribga 30Sep48. SOC 4Nov48
					01817 (MSN 78-6798) Registered 1946 as NC62443; N62443; cancelled. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 17Dec48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					01818 (MSN 78-6799) Registered 1946 as NC64495; N64495; cancelled [Export C of A issued 27Mar52]. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7650. Registered 29Jul96 as ZU-AZW; current [Sep17]. 
					01819 (MSN 78-6800) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64164. Cancelled. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO
					01820 (MSN 78-6801) to civil registry Apr 3, 1946 as NC55744,N55744;  cancelled 24Jul51. 
						To South African Air Force.
					01821 (MSN 78-6802) Registered 1946 as NC64351. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, 
						Denver, CO 1946. Cancelled 29Dec47. Scrapped. 
					01822 (MSN 78-6803) Registered 1946 as NC65550; N65550; cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 18Aug52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7676. Registered 29Jul97 as N676JD; 
						current with the Legacy Flight Museum, Rexburg, ID [Aug19]. . 
					01823 (MSN 78-6804) Registered 1946 as NC52235; N52235. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16210. 
						F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 22Oct51. Right wing damaged when ground looped 
						landing 7May53. Left wing tip and landing gear damaged when ground looped 
						landing 6Jun54. Stored 2Nov55. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) Feb57. 
						SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0437. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-235. 
						To Paraguayan Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Paraguaya as 235. 
					01824 (MSN 78-6805) Registered 1946 as NC63155; N63155. Registered to North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 13Dec50; cancelled 3Aug55. 
					01825 (MSN 78-6806) Registered 1946 as NC66776; N66776; cancelled 21Feb55
					01826 (MSN 78-6807) Registered 1946 as NC67728; N67728. North American Aviation,
						Los Angeles, CA. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF as F8-140/94 in 1951
					01827 (MSN 78-6808) to civil registry as NC55655 Apr 30, 1946. Cancelled 3Mar49. 
						Plane TH-TEX marked as BuNo 01827 is actually ex USAAF 41-33157
					01828 (MSN 78-6809) Registered 1946 as NC64156. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO 1946. 
						Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1949. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas.
					01829 (MSN 78-6810) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60626.  Cancelled
					01830 (MSN 78-6811) Registered 1946 as NC55712; N55712. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 14Sep49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					01831 (MSN 78-6812) Registered 1946 as NC69676; N69676; cancelled 28Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 15Jul49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as 78-70/93
					01832 (MSN 78-6813) Registered 1948 as NC9539H; N9539H. Registered 18Feb52 to Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ; cancelled 28Jan60
					01833 (MSN 78-6814) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1503. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crash landed at Santos, SP c.Dec66
					01834 (MSN 78-6815) 
					01835 (MSN 78-6816) 
				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 1948 as NC9257H; N9257H. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Registered 14Nov50 to Trade-Ayer Inc., Linden, NJ; cancelled 19Dec50.
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16255. 
						F 16 Wing, Uppsala 18Dec52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					01837 (MSN 78-6837) Accident eight miles south of Morgantown, WV 25Jul46
					01838 (MSN 78-6838) 
					01839 (MSN 78-6839) Registered 1946 as NC62688; N62688. Aircraft Sales Ltd, 
						Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported by Jan51.
					01840 (MSN 78-6840) Registered 1946 as NC66841; N66841. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
						Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16244. 
						F21 Wing, Luleå 17Sep52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) 
						(F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0400. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 5; code 5-A-1. Escuadrilla 
						de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 1-E-233. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
						Bahía Blanca; code EAN-233. 
						To Paraguayan Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Paraguaya 25Nov69 as 400, later as 265. 
						WFU 1979. Exhibited as gate guard at Puerto Sajonia, Asunción, Paraguay. 
						Sold to the United States 1989. Stored at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL. 
						Restored at Kissimmee, FL 1990/1993. Registered 1993 as N625JT; cancelled
					01841 (MSN 78-6841) Registered 1946 as NC58544; N58544. 
						To Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 295. Grupo de Aviación No 11, 
						Base Aérea Quintero, Valparaiso. Crashed 12Nov63
					01842 (MSN 78-6842) Registered 1946 as NC66747; cancelled. 
					01843 (MSN 78-6843) Registered 1946 as NC66866. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.29Mar48. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					01844 (MSN 78-6844) Registered 1946 as NC66239; cancelled. Hoffers Flying Service, Camden, SC. 
					01845 (MSN 78-6845) 
					01846 (MSN 78-6846) 
					01847 (MSN 78-6847) Norfolk NAS, VA. NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
						Langley Field, Hampton, VA December 11, 1942 to July 15, 1945. Pensacola NAS, FL. 
					01848 (MSN 78-6848) Registered 1946 as NC69427; cancelled
					01849 (MSN 78-6849) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-3C.
						 Registered as NC52840; N52840. Carolina Aero Service, Anderson, SC. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7671. Crashed after a mid-air collision with Harvard 7669 
						over Bloubergstrand, Cape Town, South Africa 7Mar53 (2KIS)
					01850 (MSN 78-6850) 
					01851 (MSN 78-6851) 
				01852/01888 (MSN 78-6957/6993) ex USAAF 41-16579/16615.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy 
					01852 (MSN 78-6957) Registered 25Apr46 as NC52065; N52065; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 11Jul49. 
						To Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 292. Chief of Staff, 
						Quartel General FACh, Base Aérea Los Cerrillos, Santiago. Accident 27Nov60
					01853 (MSN 78-6958) (VMO-251) lost in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
					01854 (MSN 78-6959) NAS No 28 Kaneohe, TH.  lost off Hawaii May 19, 1945
					01855 (MSN 78-6961) (VMF-212, Guadalacanal, Solomon Islands) lost in South Pacific Oct 23, 1942
					01856 (MSN 78-6957) (VMF-123) lost in South Pacific Apr 27, 1943
					01857 (MSN 78-6962) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66917, cancelled
					01858 (MSN 78-6963) assigned to CASU-4 lost of Puunene, Hawaii Feb 10, 1944
					01859 (MSN 78-6964) US Marines Corps. AA, MCAS No 61 Ewa, Oahu, TH.  Lost off Hawaii Mar 16, 1945
					01860 (MSN 78-6965) NAS No 128 Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Oahu, TH.  Lost off Hawaii May 19, 1945
					01861 (MSN 78-6966) to civil registry in 1946 as NC75141.  Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO 1946. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 25Aug49.
						 Registration cancelled 28Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					01862 (MSN 78-6967) to civil registry as NC55831 Feb 25, 1946, 
						N55831. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 22Feb49. Registration cancelled 26Jul50.
					01863 (MSN 78-6968) Registered 1946 as NC65267; N65267. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard..  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-38/93
					01864 (MSN 78-6969) 
					01865 (MSN 78-6970) 
					01866 (MSN 78-6971) Registered 30Aug46 as NC79058; N79058. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Registration cancelled 13Feb51. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16245. 
						F 21 Wing, Luleå 19Sep52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					01867 (MSN 78-6972) Registered 12Apr46 as NC52636; N52636. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 8Apr49. Registered 5May49 to North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; 
						cancelled 26Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					01868 (MSN 78-6973) 
					01869 (MSN 78-6974) Registered 1946 as NC66220; N66220. Registered 1Oct48 to 
						Aircraft Sales & Service Inc, Teterboro, NJ; cancelled 23May55. 
					01870 (MSN 78-6975) 
					01871 (MSN 78-6976) 
					01872 (MSN 78-6977) 
					01873 (MSN 78-6978) Registered 1946 as NC66900. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.20Jan48. 
						To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas as 873; code 622. 
					01874 (MSN 78-6979) 
					01875 (MSN 78-6980) to civil registry as NC69549 
					01876 (MSN 78-6981) 
					01877 (MSN 78-6982) 
					01878 (MSN 78-6983) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66221.  Cancelled
					01879 (MSN 78-6984) Registered 1946 as NC65751. Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. 
						Exposed to salt water from a hurricane in Florida. Government of Nicaragua Jan47. 
						Delivery delayed by US State Department reluctance to issue an export licence. 
						Registered as AN-ADD for ferry flight to Nicaragua Dec47. 
						To Nicaraguan Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Guardia de Nicaragua as 45. 
					01880 (MSN 78-6985) Registered 1946 as NC67461. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1946. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					01881	 (MSN 78-6986) 
					01882 (MSN 78-6987) Registered 1946 as NC64299. Registered Jun47 as XB-XYZ-923. 
						Registered as N64299; cancelled [Export C of A issued 24Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, 
						Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7648. Central Flying School, Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape. 
						WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. Longmont Aviation Company, 
						Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996. 
						Registered 27Jan97 as N733RE. Reregistered 24Aug99 as N7648E. Registered 14Feb08 
						to SNJ-2 Corporation; current [Aug19]. Used by Skytypers for skywriting; operates as GEICO #4
					01883 (MSN 78-6988) lost in east central Pacific Aug 14, 1942
					01884 (MSN 78-6989) 
					01885 (MSN 78-6990) 
					01886 (MSN 78-6991) Registered 1946 as NC66633; N66633. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.24Mar49. 
						To Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 288. Grupo de Aviación No 6, Base 
						Aérea Magellanes, Punta Arenas. Grupo de Aviación No 1, Base Aérea Los Cóndores, 
						Iquique. Missing en route Iquique to Santiago 18Feb56 (2MIS); never found
					01887 (MSN 78-6992) to civil registry in 1946 as NC75178. Cancelled 20Apr48. Salvaged 
					01888 (MSN 78-6993) 
				01889/01927 (MSN 78-7032/7070) ex USAAF 41-16654/16692.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01889 (MSN 78-7032) 
					01890 (MSN 78-7033) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60469.  Cancelled
					01891 (MSN 78-7034) 
					01892 (MSN 78-7035) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60265.  Cancelled
					01893 (MSN 78-7036) Registered 1946 as NC70058; N70058. Ministry of Communications, 
						Athens, Greece. To SX-EBN May 9, 1951
					01894 (MSN 78-7037) 
					01895 (MSN 78-7038) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66241.  Cancelled
					01896 (MSN 78-7039) 
					01897 ex USAAF 41-16662 (MSN 78-7040).  Registered 1946 as NC65749. 
						Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. Exposed to salt water from a hurricane in Florida. 
						Government of Nicaragua Jan47. Delivery delayed by US State Department reluctance to 
						issue an export licence. 
						To Nicaraguan Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Guardia de Nicaragua c.23Oct47 as 53. 
						To Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya Jun79 as 0102. Grupo 
						Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU; 
						open storage at Base Aérea Concepción 1989. 
						To Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. Purchased at auction, Asunción, Paraguay 9Feb91. 
						World Wide Aeronautical Industries, CA. Shipped to USA, arrived dismantled, Santa Paula, CA Sep91. 
						Registered 19Sep91 as N3171A; cancelled 10Jun94 on export to Australia.
						Registered 9Aug00 as VH-MDP; current [May18]. 
					01898 (MSN 78-7041) 
					01899 (MSN 78-7042) to civil registry in 1946 as NC58753.  Cancelled
					01900 (MSN 78-7043) 
					01901 (MSN 78-7044) NAS ? 128 Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Oahu, TH.  W/O at Hawaii Aug 14, 1945.  
						Also listed as to civil registry as NC60957. Cancelled.
					01902 (MSN 78-7045) ex USAAF 41-16667.  NAS No 128, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
						Written off at Pearl Harbor 14Aug45. Registered 1948 as NC4859V; N4859V. Volitan Aircraft 
						Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7666. Registered 26Nov96 as N696WM to the National 
						Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY; renamed as the Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Horseheads, NY. 
						Current with private owner, Texas [Jun20]. 
					01903 (MSN 78-7046)
					01904 (MSN 78-7047) to civil registry in 1946 as NC58545. Cancelled
					01905 (MSN 78-7048)
					01906 (MSN 78-7049)
					01907 (MSN 78-7050)
					01908 (MSN 78-7051) to civil registry in 1946 as NC62687.  
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950.  To Royal Egyptian AF
					01909 (MSN 78-7052)
					01910 (MSN 78-7053)
					01911 (MSN 78-7054) to civil registry in 1946 bas NC62877.  Cancelled
					01912 (MSN 78-7055)
					01913 (MSN 78-7056)
					01914 (MSN 78-7057) to civil registry in 1946 as NC55997.  Cancelled
					01915 (MSN 78-7058) to civil registry in 1946 as NC69183.  
						N69183. Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled [Export C of A E-20736 issued 23Jun52]. 
						Government of México. 
						To Mexican Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Jun52 as EAN-810
					01916 (MSN 78-7059) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66727; N66727. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.4Aug49. Cancelled. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					01917 (MSN 78-7060) to civil registry in 1946 as NC67449.  
						Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA 1946. Registered as N67449. Government of the 
						Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					01918 (MSN 78-7061)
					01919 (MSN 78-7062)
					01920 (MSN 78-7063) to civil registry in 1946 as NC61560; N61560. Spartan Aero Repair, 
						Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 4Oct49]. 
						Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					01921 (MSN 78-7064) Registered 25May47 as NC1117V; N1117V; cancelled 5Nov52. Exported by 31Oct52. 
					01922 (MSN 78-7065)
					01923 (MSN 78-7066) Registered 1946 as NC61242; N61242. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16257. 
						F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 26Jan53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
					01924 (MSN 78-7067) to civil registry in 1946 as NC63995. Cancelled
					01925 (MSN 78-7068)
					01926 (MSN 78-7069)
					01927 (MSN 78-7070)
				01928/01969 (MSN 78-7157/7198) ex USAAF 41-16779/16820.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01928 (MSN 78-7157) Registered as N1742B. United Nations Engineering and Export 
						Corporation, Washington, DC 1951. Royal Iraqi Air Force c.2Aug51
					01929 (MSN 78-7158) 
					01930 (MSN 78-7159) 
					01931 (MSN 78-7160) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 15May47 as 1422. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crashed after the pilot bailed out near 
						Ipiranga, SP 24Jun52. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 3Jan55 
					01932 (MSN 78-7161) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						ToBrazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 as 1406. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Crashed at Jacarepaguá, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 30Sep52
					01933 (MSN 78-7162) 
					01934 (MSN 78-7163) 
					01935 (MSN 78-7164) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1501. 
						Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ 
					01936 (MSN 78-7165) Registered 1946 as NC60585. Charles E Mathews y Cia., Miami, FL. 
						Ferried to Tegucigalpa, Honduras 27Nov47. 
						To Honduras Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 27Nov47 as 201-C, later 201. 
						Crashed into Gulf of Fonseca 10May66
					01937 (MSN 78-7166) Registered 1946 as NC66021; N66021. Universal Distributors, 
						Dallas, TX 1946. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 20Oct52]. Government of México. 
						To Mexican Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Mexicana c.31Oct52 as EAN-819. Crashed after
						engine failure while flying over a populated area at San Bartolomé Tlaltelulco, México 8Apr53 (2KIS). 
					01938 (MSN 78-7167) 
					01939 (MSN 78-7168) Registered 1946 as NC75179; N75179; cancelled 28Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 12Dec48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					01940 (MSN 78-7169) 
					01941 (MSN 78-7170) 
					01942 (MSN 78-7171) Registered 1946 as NC69533; N69533. 
						To Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50
					01943 (MSN 78-7172) 
					01944 (MSN 78-7173) to civil registry in 1946 as NC65542. Cancelled
					01945 (MSN 78-7174) 
					01946 (MSN 78-7175) 
					01947 (MSN 78-7176) Registered 1946 as NC75775. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 29Sep48. Registered 15Oct48 to North American Aviation; 
						cancelled 14Aug50. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and 
						Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO].   To Thai AF in 1949 as F8-17/91				
					01948 (MSN 78-7177) Registered 1946 as NC59919; N59919; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 4Oct48. Remanufactured to T-6D standard
						To Royal Thai AF in 1951 as F8-121/94
					01949 (MSN 78-7178) 
					01950 (MSN 78-7179) Registered as NC1745B. Aircraft Parts & Supply Co., 
						New Orleans, LA. Dal-Air, Love Field, Dallas TX 1951. Bolivian Government Nov51. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX Jan52. Ferried USA to Bolivia by 
						FAB pilot departing Jan52. 
						To Bolivian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Boliviana c.19Feb52 as T-311
					01951 (MSN 78-7180) to civil registry in 1948 as NC9701H; N9701H; 
						cancelled 5Jan51. Scrapped 
					01952 (MSN 78-7181) to civil registry in 1946 as NC61384.  Cancelled
					01953 (MSN 78-7182) 
					01954 (MSN 78-7183) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Mar47 as 1404. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico 
						do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 12Jul61
					01955 (MSN 78-7184) to civil registry in 1946 as NC57585.  Cancelled
					01956 (MSN 78-7185) Registered 1946 as NC60899. Wickwire Spencer Aviation, 
						New York, NY 1946. Registered as N60899; cancelled [Export C of A issued 15Apr52]. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7655. Central Flying School, Langebaanweg AB, 
						Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. Longmont Aviation 
						Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996. 
						Registered as N7655S; current [Sep19.
					01957 (MSN 78-7186) to civil registry in 1946 as NC63984. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.1Apr49. Exported.
					01958 (MSN 78-7187) 
					01959 (MSN 78-7188) Registered 1946 as NC61387; N61387. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 13Apr49. 
						To Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 284. Grupo de 
						Aviación No 10, Base Aérea Los Cerrillos, Santiago. Crashed 17Nov69
					01960 (MSN 78-7189) 
					01961 (MSN 78-7190) Registered 1946 as NC56692; N56692; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 15Feb49. Probably used in 
						T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					01962 (MSN 78-7191) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-3C. Registered 1946 as NC55678; N55678. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central 
						Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16260. 
						F 12 Wing, KalMar 3Mar53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					01963 (MSN 78-7192) 
					01964 (MSN 78-7193) 
					01965 (MSN 78-7194)
					01966 (MSN 78-7195)  
					01967 (MSN 78-7196) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60616.  Cancelled
					01968 (MSN 78-7197) Registered 1946 as NC65772 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. 
						To French Navy/Aéronavale as 65772. Escadrille 54.S [code 54.S-30], Base Aéronavale Hyères, 
						France. Accident at Cuers, France 8Aug47. Accident at Hyères, France 5Mar48. 
						Escadrille 51.S, Base Aéronavale Khouribga, French Morocco 1948. 
						Escadrille 52.S, Base Aéronavale Khouribga, French Morocco 1948. 
						Condemned at Casablanca, French Morocco 30Apr49
					01969 (MSN 78-7198) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60060.  Cancelled.  Exported by Jan 1949
				01970/01976 (MSN 78-7257/7263) ex USAAF 41-16879/16885.  USAAF order was cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy
					01970 (MSN 78-7257)
					01971 (MSN 78-7258)
					01972 (MSN 78-7259)
					01973 (MSN 78-7260) Registered 6May46 as NC55749. Registered 9Apr49 as N55749. 
						Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO 19May49. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 27May49. Registration cancelled 26Jul50.
						To Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 293. 
						Grupo de Aviación No 3, Base Aérea Maquehue, Temuco. Accident 3Nov60
					01974 (MSN 78-7261) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64155. Cancelled. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. 
					01975 (MSN 78-7262) Registered 1946 as NC65761 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, 
						Miami, FL. 
						To French Navy/Aéronavale as 65761. Escadrille 51.S [code 51.S-10], 
						Base Aéronavale Khouribga, French Morocco. Accident at Khouribga 29Aug47. 
						Escadrille 51.S [code 51.S-10], Base Aéronavale Khouribga 30Sep48.
						 Escadrille 52.S [code 52.S-4], Base Aéronavale Khouribga, French Morocco 1948. 
						Casablanca, French Morocco 10Jan50. SOC 1950	
					01976 (MSN 78-7263) 
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. To
					the Babb Company, Glendale, CA.  Registration cancelled Aug 1949.  To Mutual Defense Assistance Program 
					as 49-26xx.  Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA.  To Royal Hellenic
					AF as 49-26xx
				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.
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				01996 (VF-11) lost off Hawaii Nov 20, 1942
				01997 (VF-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Wake Island Feb 21, 1942
				01998 (VF-42) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-5) lost in Coral Sea May 8, 1942
				02004 (VF-72) lost in sinking of USS Hornet (CV-8) Oct 26, 1942.
				02005 (VF-72) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Hawaii Jun 12, 1942
				02006 (VF-72) lost in sinking of USS Hornet (CV-8) at Santa Cruz, South Pacific Oct 26, 1942.
				02008 (VF-23) lost in north Atlantic Jun 6, 1943
				02010 (VF-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific May 21, 1943
				02012 (VF-11) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				02014 (VF-5) lost Oct 14, 1942, Guadalcanal.  Another report has the date being Sep 17, 1942
				02017 (VF-5) lost Oct 8, 1942, Guadalcanal.  Another report has the date being Oct 21, 1942
				02023 (VF-9 attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost of Fedala, Morocco Nov 8, 1942
				02025 (VMF-121) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				02030 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				02038 (VF-28) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jul 1, 1943
				02040 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				02042 (VMF-211) lost of Palmyra in east central Pacific  Aug 6, 1943
				02043 (VC-21) attached to USS Nassau (CVE-16) lost off Attu, Alaska May 16, 1943
				02044 (VF-5) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost E of Solomons Aug 23, 1942.
				02046 (VPB-2 OTU #4) while landing at St. Johns River, Jacksonville, FL Sep 15, 1944 hit channel
					marker and crashed and sank, killing 6.  2 survived. (VPNavy!)
				02047 (VMF-211) crashed on Palmyra Atoll Mar 24, 1943, probably due to
					engine failure and subsequent attempt to ditch at sea.  
					Pilot killed.
				02050 (VMF-211) lost off Palmyra in east central Pacific Dec 6, 1942
				02054 assigned to ADBV-204 lost off Noumea in South Pacific Oct 4, 1943
				02055 (VMF-121) lost off guadalcanal Oct 25, 1942
				02057 (VMF-211) lost off Palmyra in east central Pacific Feb 27, 1943 
				02058 lost in sinking of USS Hornet (CV-8) Oct 26, 1942.
				02060 (VMF-211) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 7, 1943
				02061 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 24, 1942
				02062 (VF-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost E of Solomons in south Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				02063 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 3, 1942
				02064 (VMF-121) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 11, 1942
				02065 (VF-72) lost in sinking of USS Hornet (CV-8) Oct 26, 1942.
				02066 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 24, 1942.
				02067 lost in sinking of USS Hornet (CV-8) Oct 26, 1942.
				02068 lost at sinking of USS Wasp (CV-7) 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.
				02071 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Sep 13, 1942
				02072 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 7, 1942
				02073 (VF-28) attached to USS Chenango(ACV-28) lost of Solomons in South Pacific Mar 19, 1943
				02075 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 29, 1942
				02076 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Sep 5, 1942
				02077 (VMF-223) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 21, 1942
				02078 (VF-5) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				02079 (VF-5) shot down over Savo Sound Sep 9, 1942.  Another report has this plane being with VMF-223
				02080 (VF-5, USS Saratoga) lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 7, 1942.
				02081 (VF-5) destroyed on ground at Guadalcanal Oct 13, 1942.
				02082 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 8, 1942
				02083 (VF-6, USS Enterprise) lost E of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 24, 1942.
				02084 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 24, 1942
				02085 (VMO-251) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 21, 1942
				02086 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 29, 1942
				02087 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 29, 1942
				02091 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 8, 1942
				02093 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 14, 1942
				02095 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 24, 1942
				02097 (VMF-211) lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 5, 1942
				02098 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 2, 1942
				02099 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 9, 1942
				02100 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 9, 1942
				02101 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 21, 1942
				02102 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) lost off Santa Cruz, South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				02103 (VMF-223) lost off Hawaii Jul 15, 1942
				02104 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 30, 1942
				02106 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 8, 1942
				02107 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 9, 1942
				02109 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 11, 1942
				02110 (VMF-224) lot at Guadalcanal Oct 2, 1942
				02111 (VF-71) attached to USS Wasp (CV-7) lost off Tulagi in South Pacific Aug 7, 1942
				02112 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 2, 1942
				02113 (VGF-27) attached to USS Suannee (ACV-27) lost off Casablanca, Morocco Nov 8, 1942
				02115 (VMF-441) lost off Nanomea in South Pacific Nov 5, 1943
				02118 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 2, 1942
				02121 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 11, 1942
				02122 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 30, 1942
				02123 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 15, 1942
				02125 (VF-71) lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942.  Another report says the plane was lost at Guadalcanal Nov 11, 1942
				02126 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				02127 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				02128 (VMF-122) lost in South Pacific Nov 16, 1942
				02129 (VF-29) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Norfolk Oct 21, 1943
				02130 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				02131 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Jan 27, 1943
				02132 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02133 (VF-71, USS Wasp) lost off Ramos Island, South Pacific Aug 7, 1942.
				02136 (VF-41) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Norfolk Sep 28, 1942
				02138 assigned to ADVB-204 lsot at Noumea in South Pacific May 7, 1943
				02140 (VGS-12) attached to USS Copahee (ACV-12) lost in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				02141 (VGF-027) attached to USS Suwannee (ACV-27) lost of Tontouta in South Pacific Feb 28, 1943
				02143 (VMF-0221) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 7, 1943
				02144 (VF-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				02145 (VF-71) lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02147 (VF-71) lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02148 (VF-71) lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
				02150 (VF-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				02151 assigned to COMPAIR Guadalaanal lost Mar 23, 1943
02153/02736		Vought F4U-1 Corsair
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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 
				02166 (VMF-2120 lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 24, 1943
				02170 (VMF-112) ditched in lagoon on efate Island, New Hebrides May 5 1943 after running out of fuel.
					Recently recovered and delivered to Classic Jets Fighter Museum, Adelaide, Australia
				02171 (VMF-124) lost in south Pacific Feb 27, 1943
				02172 (VMF-124) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Feb 1, 1943
				02173 (VMF-222) lost off Rabaul Feb 10, 1944
				02175 (VMF-124) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 23, 1943
				02178 (VMF-124) lost off Guadalcanal May 13, 1943
				02179 (VMF-124) SOC in south Pacific Mar 31, 1943
				02180 (VMF-124) SOC in south Pacific Mar 31, 1943
				02181 (VMF-124) SOC in south Pacific Mar 23, 1943
				02185 (VMF-217) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jan 26, 1944
				02186 (VMF-124) SOC in South Pacific Mar 31, 1943
				02187 (VMF-124) lost in South Pacific Feb 14, 1943
				02188 (VMF-112) lost off Guadalcanal May 13, 1943
				02189 (VMF-321) lost off Rabaul Jan 1, 1944
				02190 (VF-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 4, 1943
				02191 (VMF-124) lost in South Pacific Feb 27, 1943
				02192 (VMF-213) lost off New Hebrides Sep 3, 1943.
				02193 (VMF-321) lost off Quoin Hill in South Pacific Dec 17, 1943
				02195 (VMF-321) lost off Barakoma in South Pacific Apr 5, 1944
				02196 (VMF-225) lost off Hawaii Jan 22, 1944. 
				02198 (VF-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 8, 1943
				02199 (VMF-223) lost off Piva in South Pacific Aug 15, 1944
				02205 (VF-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 4, 1943
				02206 (VMF-124) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				02208 (VF-12) lost off Pearl Harbor May 4, 1943.
				02210 (VMF-123) lost in south Pacific Jun 16, 1943
				02211 (VMF-222) lost off kahilli in South Pacific Sep 10, 1943
				02212 (VMF-114) lost of Ewa, Hawaii Nov 29, 1943
				02213 (VMF-212) lost in west central Pacific Jul 25, 1943
				02214 (VF-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 4, 1943
				02215 (VMF-224) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 16, 1943
				02216 (VMF-321) lost off Efate in South Pacific Nov 29, 1943
				02217 (VF-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 2, 1943
				02220 (VMF-124) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jun 7, 1943
				02222 (VMF-321) lost off Barakoma in South Pacific Apr 11, 1944
				02224 (VMF-215) lost off Barakoma in South Pacific Nov 1, 1943.
				02228 (VMF-124) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jun 5, 1944
				02229 (VMF-213) lost off New Hebrides in South Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				02230 (VMF-223) lost off Midway Sep 25, 1943
				02233 (VMF-422) lost off Midway Nov 20, 1943
				02235 (VMF-121) lost of Rendova in south Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02236 attached to USS Copahee (ACV-12) lost in south Pacific Mar 30, 1943
				02237 (VMF-213) lost off Guadalcanal Jul 3, 1943
				02242 (VMF-222) lost off Midway Jul 26, 1943
				02244 (VMF-124) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 15, 1943
				02248 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Jun 27, 1943
				02249 (VMF-124) lost in south Pacific Feb 14, 1943
				02251 (VMF-222) lost off Midway Jun 19, 1943
				02253 (VMF-212) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific  Nov 14, 1943
				02261 (VMF-121) lost off Guadalcanal May 1, 1943
				02262 (VMF-321) lost off Efate in South Pacific Nov 29, 1943
				02264 (VMF-222) lost off Midway Jul 18, 1943
				02265 assigned to 2nd MAW lost off Munda in South Pacific Oct 16, 1943
				02266 (VMF-123) lost in South Pacific Aug 6, 1943
				02267 (VMF-122) lost off Rendova in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02269 (VMF-223) lost off Midway sep 25, 1943.
				02270 (VMF-321) ditched in lagoon near Quoin Hill fighter strip on Efate Island, New Hebrides 
					May 5, 1944 after running out of fuel. Pilot escaped uninjured.  Machine guns were
					salvaged the next day and the aircraft was then abandoned.  Recently recovered and delivered to 
					Classic Jets Fighter Museum, Adelaide, Australia, where it is now undergoint static restoration.
					02270 is the world’s oldest surviving Corsair, with a data plate on the spar indicating it 
					as number 124 off the production line.
				02271 (VMF-223) lost off Midway Sep 19, 1943
				02273 (VMF-422) lost off Midway Nov 15, 1943
				02274 (VMF-215) lost off Midway Jun 1, 1943
				02275 (VMF-212) lost in west central Pacific Jul 25, 1943.
				02276 assigned to MAG-22 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 14, 1943
				02277 (VMF-223) lost off Midway Aug 24, 1943
				02279 (VMF-212) lost off Midway Jun 29, 1943
				02281 (VMF-124) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 24, 1943
				02282 (VMF-122) lost off New Hebrides Jun 3, 1943
				02283 (VMF-216) from Efae lost off Quoin Hill in South Pacific Jan 25, 1944
				02285 (VMF-215) from Vella Lavella lost of Rabaul Jan 24, 1944.
				02286 (VMF-213) lost off Guadalcanal Apr 13, 1943
				02287 (VMF-222) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 24, 1943
				02288 (VMF-123) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific Aug 21, 1943
				02289 (VMF-212) lost off Midway Jul 31, 1943
				02290 (VMF-124) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 30, 1943
				02292 (VF-12) lost off Pear Harbor, Hawaii Apr 24, 1943
				02293 assigned to MAG-21 lost off Russells in South Pacific Mar 19, 1943
				02295 (VMF-114) from Green lost off Kavieng in South Pacific May 4, 1944
				02308 (VMF-222) lost off Guadalcanal Apr 24, 1943
				02309 (VMF-212) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific Oct 30, 1943
				02310 (VMF-123) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacivic Aug 21, 1943
				02311 (VMR-222) believed to be the plane that collided with TBF
					06103 at Pearl Harbor Apr 8, 1943, although squadron was at Guadalcanal
					at the time.  Fate of 02311 not known.
				02314 (VMF-124) lost off Guadalcanal May 13, 1943
				02315 (VMF-214) pilot bailed out over New Hebrides in South Pacific due to engine failure Oct 20, 1943
				02316 (VMF-213) lost off Guadalacanal Apr 13, 1943
				02318 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Jun 12, 1943
				02319 (VMF-221) lost off Russels in South Pacific Apr 13, 1943
				02321 (VMF-222) from Munda lost off Kahilli in South Pacific Sep 9, 1943
				02323 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 30, 1943
				02324 (VMF-217) from Piva, lost off Rabaul Feb 9, 1944
				02326 (assigned to MAG-22 lost at Midwa Jun 22, 1943
				02327 (VMF-212) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 21, 1943
				02328 (VMF-215) lost off Guadalcanal Jul 25, 1943
				02329 (VMF-214) lost off New Hebrides in South Pacific Oct 2, 1943.  Pilot rescued
				02331 (VMF-112) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jun 7, 1943
				02332 (VMF-122) lost off Guadalcanal Jun 16, 1943
				02335 (VF-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost in Caribbean Jul 29, 1943
				02337 (VF-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost in central Atlantic Jul 31, 1943
				02338 (VMF-213) from Shortlands lost off Bougainville in South Pacific Sep 12, 1943
				02339 (VF-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost in Caribbean Jul 29, 1943
				02343 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 12, 1943
				02345 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 29, 1943
				02348 (VMF-222) lost off vella Lavelle in South Pacific Sep 13, 1943
				02349 (VMF-122) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jun 7, 1943
				02350 (VMF-217) from Piva lost off Rabaul Feb 15, 1944
				02351 (VMF-123) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 30, 1943
				02352 (VMF-32) from Efate lost off Quoin Hill in South Pacific Dec 16, 1943
				02359 (VF-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost in north Atlantic Sep 3, 1943
				02369 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 29, 1943
				02370 (VMF-124) lost at Guadalcanal May 13, 1943
				02373 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal May 2, 1943
				02374 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 7, 1943
				02375 (VMF-214) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 30, 1943
				02376 (VMF-223) lost at Midway Jul 5, 1943
				02377 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 13, 1943			
				02378 assigned to MAG-12, Efate lost off Erromanga Island in South Pacific Feb 23, 1944
				02379 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 7, 1943
				02380 (VMF-222) from Barakome lost off Bougainville in South Pacific Dec 14, 1943
				02381 (VMF-121) lost off Solomons Jul 2, 1943
				02382 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 10, 1943
				02383 (VMF-121) lost off Solomons Jul 2, 1943
				02384 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 2, 1943
				02387 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 13, 1943
				02392 (VMF-215) from Piva lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				02393 (VMF-112) lost off Russells in South Pacific  Jun 2, 1943
				02394 (VMF-121) lost off Solomons Jul 2, 1943
				02395 (VF-12) lost in west central Pacific Jun 8, 1943
				02396 (VMF-213) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 18, 1943
				02399 (VMF-213) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 25, 1943
				02401 (VMF-213) lost off Guadalcanal Jun 29, 1943
				02402 (VMF-211) from Torokina lost off Rabaul Jan 20, 1944
				02403 (VF-12) lost in west central Pacific Apr 12, 1943
				02404 (VMF-215) from Guadalcanal lost off Bailale in south Pacific Sep 1, 1943
				02409 (VMF-124) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 13, 1943
				02413 (VMF-213) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 25, 1943
				02414 (VF-12) lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 4, 1943
				02416 (VMF-124) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jun 8, 1943
				02420 (VMF-222) lost in west central Pacific May 10, 1943
				02421 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 17 1943
				02423 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 3 1943
				02430 (VMF-122) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 18, 1943
				02432 (VF(N)-75) from Torolina lost over Rabaul Jan 29, 1944
				02434 (VF(N)-75) lost in South Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				02436 (VF(N)-75) lost in South Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				02441 (VF(N)-75) lost in South Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				02449 Went to VMF-112, then to VMF-214 in whose hands it crashed on Espiritu Santo Oct 1, 1943 and DBR.  
					Pilot killed.   Engine failed upon returning from a tactical exercise and, as the pilot 
					attempted to reach the airfield, lost altitude, crashing through coconut palms and a water tower. 
					02449 sat in the jungle for the remainder of the war, and in the post-war years had parts 
					removed to keep other Corsairs airworthy. 
					Recovered by Classic Jets Fighter Museum, Australia,  Registered VH-ASG
					Sep 30, 2014.  Restoration project at Parafield, South Australia.  
					02449 sold to Chuck Wahl to generated the needed cash to keep the 02270 Corsair restoration on track.
					Imported to USA Mar 2015 as N2449.
					Now located at Vultures Row Aviation in California for restoration to flight.
				02453 (VMF-121) from Guadalcaal lost off Rendova in South Pacivic Jun 30, 1943
				02456 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 12, 1943
				02457 (VMF-112) lost off Russells in South Pacific May 25, 1943
				02464 (VMF-124) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jun 8, 1943
				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.
				02467 (VMF-123) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 18, 1943
				02470 (VMF-321) from Piva lost of Rabaul Jan 27, 1944
				02472 (VF-17) lost in north Atlantic Jun 17, 1943
				02473 (VMF-222) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 23, 1943
				02474 (VMF-214) crashed off Russells in South Pacific due to engine failure Aug 7, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				02475 (VMF-215) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 21, 1943
				02477 (VMF-121) lost off Guadalcanal Mar 26, 1943
				02479 (VMF-212) lost off Efate in South Pacific Ma 9, 1944
				02480 (MF-122) lost off New Hebrides in South Pacific Jun 11, 1943
				02482 (VMF-222) Midway Jul 17 1943
				02483 (VMF-122) from Guadalcanal lsot of rendova in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02484 (VMF-123) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 18, 1943
				02485 (VMF-214) ditched off Vella Lavella in South Pacific after engine failure Aug 6, 1943
				02486 (VMF-124) lost off Sarakoma in South Pacific Aug 30, 1943
				02488 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 28, 1943
				02489 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 20, 1943
				02490 (VMF-221) lost off Munda in South Pacific Jul 11, 1943
				02491 assigned to MAG-2121 Espiritu santo lost off New Hebrides in South Pacivic Jun 9, 1943
				02492 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action over Bougainville in South Pacific Aug 6, 1943
				02494 (VMF-124) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 15, 1943
				02495 (VMF-121) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jul 1, 1943
				02499 (VMF-112) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jun 5, 1943
				02502 (VMF-213) lost off Guadalcanal Jun 29, 1943
				02506 (VMF-222) lost off Midway Jul 18, 1943
				02508 (VMF-214) overturned after emergency landing in South Pacific Aug 1, 1943
				02509 assigned to MASG-22 lost off Midwayu Jun 15, 1943
				02510 (VMF-221) lost off Munda in South Pacific Jun 11, 1943
				02512 (VMF-216) from Piva lost of Buka in South Pacific Feb 22, 1944
				02514 (VMF-221) lost off Guadalcanal Jun 11, 1943
				02516 (VMF-124) lost off Sarakoma in South Pacific Aug 30, 1943
				02517 (VMF-222) from Piva lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Feb 9, 1944
				02518 (VMF-213) from Guadalcanal lost off Rendova in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02519 (VMF-112) lost in south Pacific Jun 16, 1943
				02521 (VMF-217) from Green lost off Cape St George in South Pacific Mar 14, 1944
				02524 (VMF-122) from Guadalcanal lost off Rendova in south Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02529 (VMF-221) lost off Guadalcanal Jul 5, 1943
				02533 (VMF-215) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 19, 1943
				02536 (VMF-123) from Munda lost off Kahilli in south Pacific Sep 11, 1943
				02537 (VMF-215) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 26, 1943
				02540 (VMF-321) from Efate lost Quoin Hill in South Pacific Feb 3, 1944
				02543 (VMF-222) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific Nov 5, 1943
				02544 (VMF-212) lost in South Pacific Jan 7, 1944
				02545 (VMF-215) lost at Guadalacanal Jul 26, 1943
				02546 (VMF-212) from Barakoma lost off Buka in South Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				02550 (VMF-213) from Russells lost off Kahilli in South Pacific Sep 11, 1943
				02552 (VMF-213) from Guadalcanal lost off Vila in South Pacific Sep 9, 1943
				02566 (VMF-218) from Piva lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Feb 10, 1944
				02567 (VMF-223) lost off Midway Aug 21, 1943
				02571 (VMF-321) from Efate lost off Quoin Hill in South Pacific Dec 6, 1943
				02574 (VMF-217) from Torokina lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Mar 12, 1944
				02575 (VMF-213) lost off New Hebrides in South Pacific Aug 4, 1943
				02576 (VMF-222) from Vella Lavellacrashed on landing at Bougainville in South Pacific 13 December 1943
				02577 (VMF-214) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 28, 1943.  Pilot POW, died in captivity.
				02578 (VMF-321 from Torokina lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Jan 11, 1944
				02580 (VMF-121) from Guadalcanal lost off Rendova in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02584 assigned to FAW-3.  Coco Solo lost in east central Pacific Jun 8, 1943
				02595 (VMF-212) from Torokina lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jan 31, 1944
				02598 (VMF-213) from Guadalcanal lost off Rendova in south Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02599 (VMF-213) lost off Guadalcanal Jul 15, 1943
				02602 (VMF-123) from Munda lost off Kahilli in South Pacific Sep 2, 1943
				02605 (VF(N)-101) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jan 12, 1944
				02608 (VMF-214) crashed in jungle in New Hebrides in South Pacific Oct 22, 1943.  Pilot killed.  
					Aircraft recovered by Classic Jets Fighter Museum of Adelaide, Australia
				02611 (VMF-211) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 22, 1943
				02615 (VMF-215) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 12, 1943
				02617 (VMF(N)-532) from Tarawa lost off Mamin in central Pacific Feb 13, 1944
				02618 (VMF-212) lost off Fefate in south Pacific Mar 9, 1944
				02624 (VMF(N)-532) from Eniwetok lost off Ponape in central Pacific Apr 14, 1944
				02628 (VMF-121) from Guadalcanal lost off Rendova in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				02630 (VF(N)-101) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost at Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 6, 1944.
				02632 (VMF(N)-532) lost off Roi in central Pacific Feb 23, 1944
				02634 assigned to 2nd MAW lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 28, 1943
				02641 (VMF(N)-532) lost in central Pacific Jul 18, 1944
				02642 (VMF-321) lost off Tutulia in South Pacific Nov 9, 1943
				02650 (VMF-422) lost off Midway Nov 20, 1943
				02655 (VMF-221) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific Oct 3, 1943
				02656 (VMF-224) from Barakoma lost off Augusta Bay in south Pacific Nov 8, 1943
				02662 (VF(N)-101) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 3, 1944
				02668 (VMF-213) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 1, 1943
				02670 (VMF-224) lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 14, 1943
				02678 (VMF-222) lost at Midway Jul 26, 1943
				02679 (VMF-124) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 13, 1943
				02680 (VMF-114) lost off Ewa, Hawaii Nov 1, 1943
				02681 (VF(N)-75) lost in South Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				02683 (VMF-214) ditched off Espirtu Santo in South Pacific Jul 15, 1943 due to engine failure
				02684 (VMF-211) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 24, 1943
				02687 (VMF-222) from Barakoma lost off Bougainville in South Pacific Dec 14, 1943
				02688 (VF(N)-101) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jan 20, 1944
				02692 (VMF(N)-532) lost off Saipan Sep 11, 1944
				02693 (VMF-321) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Dec 30, 194
				02709 (VF(N)-101) lost off Roi in central Pacific May 22, 1944
				02710 (VF(N)-101) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii May 17, 1944
				02719 (VMF-222) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 28, 1943
				02723 (VMF-214) from Vella Lavella lost to enemy action off Rabaul in South Pacific Jan 3, 1944. Pilot MIA
				02733 (VMF(N)-532) from Eniwetok lost off Ponape in central Pacific Apr 14, 1944
02737/02746		Consolidated PB2Y-3 Coronado
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 29
02747/02788		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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				02747/02756 ex-USAAF 42-99512/99521
					02747 to CAP Wilmington, NC 1950 to 1959.  Now being restored in Georgia.
						Became N1548M
					02750 (VMO-1) lost off Guam Feb 11, 1945
					02756 (VMO-3) lost off Okinawa Apr 16, 1945
				02757/02766 ex-USAAF 42-99690/99699
					02757 (VMO-4) lost off Guam Mar 31, 1945
					02758 (VMO-4) lost in west central Pacific Feb 21, 1945
					02759 assigned to CASU(F)-48 lost at Saipan Apr 30, 1945
					02760 (VMO-4) lost in west central Pacific Feb 21, 1945
					02761 (VMO-4) lost off Ewa, Hawaii Nov 29, 1944
					02762 (VMO-4) lost off Ewa, Hawaii Dec 21, 1944
					02764 (VMO-4) lost off Guam Mar 31, 1945
					02765 (VMO-4) lost off Guam Mar 31, 1945
					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
					02774 (VMO-1) lost off Guam Feb 11, 1945
					02776 (VMO-5) lost off Guam Mar 24, 1945
				02777/02788 ex-USAAF 44-16957/16968 
					02777 (VMO-5) lost off Ewa, Hawaii Dec 22, 21944
					02778 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa Apr 20, 1945
					02781 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa Jun 8, 1945
					02782 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa May 21, 1945
					02783 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa Jun 28, 1945
					02785 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa May 21, 1945
					02786 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa Apr 9, 1945
					02787 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa Apr 10, 1945
					02788 (VMO-6) lost off Okinawa Apr 8, 1945
				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.  Aircraft were inspected and accepted by the Soviets at NAS Elizabeth City, NC.
				Aircraft destined for the Northern fleet were ferried via Gander, Newfoundland to Reykjavík, Iceland by the Soviets 
				with a Royal Air Force pilot and radio operator, then onwards to Guba Gryaznaya, Murmansk, Russia with just the Soviet crew.
				Aircraft destined for the Pacific fleet were returned to the US Navy at Elizabeth City and ferried to NAS Kodiak, Alaska 
				where they were delivered back to the Soviets for onward flight to the Far East.
				Aircraft destined for the Black Sea and Baltic fleets were ferried via the South Atlantic route through Brazil and Africa 
				by the Soviets with a Royal Air Force / Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, and navigator/radio operator and 
				mechanic as far as Habbabiya, Iraq, then onwards to Baku, Azerbaijan and Sevastopol, Russia with just the Soviet crew
				02791 delivered to US Navy
				02792 delivered to US Navy
				02793 delivered to US Navy
				02794 delivered to Us Navy
				02795 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02795. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation; TOC between 10Jul44 and 10Aug44. Registered as CCCP-N340. 
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 10Aug44. 
					Modified for Polar Aviation by removal of military equipment and equipped with small radar; designated KM-1. 
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group from 24Jan51. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. On charge by 1Apr52
				02796 delivered to US Navy
				02797 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02797. 
				02798 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02798. 
				02799 delivered to US Navy
				02800 Delivered to US Navy. Manufactured 5Aug43. Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. 
					Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02800. Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N339. 
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group from Jun44. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Transferrred to Chukotskaya aviagruppa / Chukotskaya 
					Special Purpose Aviation Group 30Nov50. Struck off charge 05apr57 as amortisation period expired
				02801 delivered to US Navy 
				02802 Delivered to US Navy. Reserialled for Lend-Lease to USSR as 02946. 
				02803 delivered to US Navy
				02804 delivered to US Navy
				02805 delivered to US Navy
				02806 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02806. 
					Operated by 1 mrae 44 sap VVS BVF / 44th Aviation Regiment of the White Sea Flotilla.  
					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 small village of Totkino; wreck with clearly visible number '02806' still at the crash site, August 2011
				02807 delivered to US Navy
				02808 delivered to US Navy
				02809	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02809. 
				02810	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02810. 
				02811	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02811. 
				02812	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02812. 
			 	02813	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02813. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N422. Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2.
					Operated by Igarskaya aviagruppa / Igarskaya Special Purpose Aviation Group from 24Jan51.
			 	02814	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02814.
				02815	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02815.
				02816	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02816.
				02817	Manufactured 23Nov43. Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. 
					Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02817. Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N488.
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Apr49. Modified with ASh-82FN 
					engines; designated KM-2. Crash landed and sank returning from a maintenance test flight on the Khimki 
					reservoir 26Jun50. On final approach the aircraft came in too fast, the crew was not able to correctly establish 
					the distance to the mirror-like water surface. When alighting, the nose dug deep into the water, the aircraft 
					broke up and sank. Two of the five crew were killed; the other three were seriously injured while the sole 
					(unauthorised) passenger escaped unhurt. Struck off charge 17Jul50.
				02818	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02818.
				02819	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02819.
				02820	Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02820.
				02821 delivered to US Navy
				02822 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02822
				02823 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02823
				02824 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02824. 
					Aeroflot, Krasnoyarsk Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L785. Struck off charge 5Nov55
				02825 Delivered to US Navy. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02825.
				02826 Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02826. Departed Elizabeth City 25May44. 
					Ferried by 65 apspn GU VVS via Gander, Newfoundland to Reykjavík, Iceland. On the leg from Reykjavík to Guba Gryaznaya, 
					Murmansk, Russia the crew lost their bearings in adverse weather and the aircraft crashed in fog into Andotten cliff
					 on Sørøya Island in occupied Norway 18Jun44 (6KIS).
				02827 Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02827.
				02828 delivered 4Jun44 by No.45 Group, Royal Air Force from Elizabeth City, NC via Gander, 
					Newfoundland to Reykjavik, Iceland. Handed over to Russians for onward delivery to Murmansk
					Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02827. Departed Elizabeth City 4Jun44. Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 25May48. 
					Registered as CCCP-N487. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Igarskaya aviagruppa / Igarskaya Special Purpose 
					Aviation Group from 24Jan51
				02829	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02829.
				02830	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02830. 
					Aeroflot, Krasnoyarsk Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L793. Struck off charge 5Nov55.
				02831	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02831.
				02832	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02832.
				02833	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02833.
				02834	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02834.
				02835	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02835.
				02836	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02836.
				02837	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02837.
				02838 delivered to US Navy
				02839 delivered to US Navy
				02840 delivered to US Navy
				02841	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02841.
				02842	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02842.
				02843	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02843.
				02844	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02844.
				02845	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02845.
				02846	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02846.
				02847	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC May44. Delivered to Soviet Navy Jun44 as 02847. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N388. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group Jun44. First 
					aircraft to be modified by Factory No. 447 with ASh-82FN engines; 
					designated KM-2. Factory trials Jun/Jul48 and state acceptance trials on 
					Lake Kish near Riga 4Sep/9Oct48. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow 
					Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02848	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02848.
				02849	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02849.
				02850	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02850
				02851 delivered to US Navy
				02852	 Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02852.
				02853	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02853.
				02854	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02854.
				02855	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02855.
				02856	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02856.
				02857	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02857.
				02858	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02858.
				02859	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02859. 
					Aeroflot, Krasnoyarsk Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L786. 
					Code white 1. Struck off charge 15Feb55.
				02860	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02860.
				02861	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02861. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 25Mar48. Registered as CCCP-N482. 
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Chukotskaya 
					aviagruppa / Chukotskaya Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 31Jul54. 
					Struck off charge 5Apr57 as amortisation period expired.
				02862	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02862.
				02863	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02863.
				02864	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02864. 
					Aeroflot, West Siberia Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L787. 
					Force landed with engine problems after takeoff from Beryozovo 26Jun53. Struck off charge 15Feb55.
				02865	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02865.
				02866	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02866.
				02867	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02867. 
					Aeroflot, Krasnoyarsk Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L795. 
				02868	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02868. 
					Ferried from Elizabeth City to NAS Kodiak, AK 10/17Aug44.
				02869	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02869.
				02870 Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02870. 
					Ferried from Elizabeth City to NAS Kodiak, AK Aug44. Operated by 16th independent 
					naval long-range reconnaissance aviation regiment, Sukhodol. Code white 11 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 
				02871	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02871.
				02872	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02872.
				02873	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02873.
				02874	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02874.
				02875	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02875.
				02876	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02876.
				02877	Manufactured 26Jun44. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to 
					Soviet Navy as 02877. Gidrometeosluzhba Hydrological and Meteorological Service. 
					Registered as CCCP-M... Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 19Apr48. 
					Registered as CCCP-N481. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special 
					Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. 
					Operated by Chukotskaya aviagruppa / Chukotskaya Special Purpose Aviation Group 30Nov50. 
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51. 
					Struck off charge 5Apr57 as amortisation period expired.
				02878	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02878.
				02879	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02879. 
					Aeroflot, Krasnoyarsk Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L789. 
					Operated by 26th Transport Squadron of the Krasnoyarsk Civil Aviation Directorate 
					from summer 1947. The aircraft was operating on the route from Krasnoyarsk 
					to Valyok 31Jul48. On the sector from Podkamennaya Tunguska river to Turukhansk, 
					the crew did not obtain information on the state of water for landing. When the 
					plane alightened on the river Yenisei at Turukhansk, close to the mouth of the 
					river Nizhnyaya Tunguska, on the first planing step instead of the third one 
					although the waves were 40-50 cm high, the aircraft bounced, stalled and 
					crashed nose down into the water. The bow collapsed and broke away. Three of 
					the fifteen passengers (2 women and a baby) drowned while three of the five 
					crew and one passenger were seriously injured.
				02880	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02880.
				02881	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02881.
				02882	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02882.
				02883	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02883.
				02884	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02884.
				02885	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02885. 
					Ferried from Elizabeth City to NAS Kodiak, AK 23/28Aug44. 
				02886	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02886.
				02887	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02887.
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 25Mar48. Registered as CCCP-N483. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 3Jun48. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2.
					Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02888	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02888. 
					Code 20. Aeroflot, Far East Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered 22Jul55 
					as CCCP-L713. Struck off charge 20Sep56 as worn out.
				02889	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02889.
				02890	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02890.
				02891	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02891.
				02892	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02892. 
					Departed Elizabeth City 7Oct44. Ferried via the South Atlantic route through 
					Brazil and Africa by the Soviets with a Royal Air Force / Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, 
					and navigator/radio operator and mechanic as far as Habbabiya, Iraq, then 
					onwards to Baku, Azerbaijan and Sevastopol, Russia with just the Soviet crew. 
					Gidrometeosluzhba Hydrological and Meteorological Service. Registered as CCCP-M... 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 19Apr48. Registered as CCCP-N485. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya 
					aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02893	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02893.
				02894	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02894.
				02895	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02895.
				02896	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02896.
				02897	Manufactured 22Jun44. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02897. 
					Gidrometeosluzhba Hydrological and Meteorological Service. Registered as CCCP-M... 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 19Apr48. Registered as CCCP-N484. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya a
					viagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51. Struck off charge 5Apr57 
					as amortisation period expired.
				02898	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02898. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N342. Modified with ASh-82FN engines; 
					designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02899	Manufactured 19Oct44. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02899. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N341. Operated by Moskovskaya 
					aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group. Chukotskaya aviagruppa / Chukotskaya Special 
					Purpose Aviation Group 7Jul49. Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51. Struck off charge 5Apr57 
					as amortisation period expired.
				02900	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02900. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 25Mar48. Registered as CCCP-N489. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. Modified with 
					ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special 
					Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02901	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02901. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N343. Modified with ASh-82FN engines; 
					designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02902	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02902. 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N344. Operated by Moskovskaya 
					aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 5Dec44. Modified at Krasnoyarsk Jun47 and Sep48. 
					Chukotskaya aviagruppa / Chukotskaya Special Purpose Aviation Group 7Jul49. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow 
					Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51. Chukotskaya aviagruppa / Chukotskaya Special 
					Purpose Aviation Group 31Jul54. Transferred from Kresty Kolymskogo AO to Moskovski OAO 10Jun55.
				02903	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02903.
				02904	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02904. 
					Departed Elizabeth City 9Dec44. Ferried via the South Atlantic route through Brazil and Africa 
					by the Soviets with a Royal Air Force / Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, and navigator/radio 
					operator and mechanic as far as Habbabiya, Iraq, then onwards to Baku, Azerbaijan and Sevastopol, 
					Russia with just the Soviet crew, arriving 9Jan45.
				02905	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02905.
				02906	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02906.
				02907	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02907.
				02908	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02908.
				02909	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02909.
				02910	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy 22Nov44 as 02910.
					Operated by 289th Independent ASW Aviation Regimet VVS TOF. Crashed on a training flight, 
					practising firing at a towed target at night when the crew probably lost spatial 
					orientation and the aircraft crashed into Ussuriski Zaliv bay 10km west of Cape Mys Sysoyeva 5Oct50 (7KIS).
				02911	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02911. Aeroflot, 
					West Siberia Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered 10Aug55 as CCCP-L729. Struck off charge 20Jul56 as lost.
				02912	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02912.
				02913	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02913.
				02914	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02914.
				02915	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02915. 
					Departed Elizabeth City 11Jan45. Crashed in the late hours of 11Jan45 during the sector 
					from Elizabeth City to San Juan, Puerto Rico of its delivery flight via the southern 
					route when the Canadian pilot lost his bearings shortly after takeoff. When he switched 
					from flying by sight to using instruments once he flew past the flares on
					the river, he felt he was rising too quickly and turned downwind, plummeting into the 
					Pasqotank River near Elizabeth City; five of the nine crew, four Soviets and one Canadian, 
					were killed while the pilot survived.
				02916	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02916.
				02917	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02917.
				02918	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02918. 
					Aeroflot, West Siberia Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L790. Struck off charge 15Feb55.
				02919	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02919.
				02920	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02920.
				02921	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02921.
				02922	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02922.
				02923	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02923.
				02924	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02924.
				02925	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02925.
				02926	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02926.
				02927	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02927. 
					Departed Elizabeth City 1Feb45. Ferried via the South Atlantic route through Puerto Rico, 
					Trinidad, Brazil, Gambia, Morocco, Sicily and Egypt by the Soviets with a 
					Royal Air Force / Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, and navigator/radio operator and mechanic 
					as far as Habbaniya, Iraq, arriving 3Mar45. Flown onwards to Baku, Azerbaijan and Sevastopol, 
					Russia with just the Soviet crew.
				02928	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02928.
				02929	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02929.
				02930	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02930.
				02931	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02931.
				02932	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02932. 
					Departed Elizabeth City 23Feb45. Ferried via the South Atlantic route through 
					Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Brazil, Gambia, Morocco, Sicily and Egypt by the Soviets 
					with a Royal Air Force / Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, and navigator/radio operator 
					and mechanic as far as Habbaniya, Iraq, arriving 21Mar45. Flown onwards to Baku, Azerbaijan 
					and Sevastopol, Russia with just the Soviet crew.
				02933	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02933.
				02934	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02934.
				02935	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02935.
				02936	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02936.
				02937	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02937.
				02938	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02938.
				02939	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02939.
				02940	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02940.
				02941	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02941.
				02942	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02942.
				02943	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02943.
				02944	Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 02944. 
					Gidrometeosluzhba Hydrological and Meteorological Service. Registered as CCCP-M... 
					Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation 19Apr48. Registered as CCCP-N486. Operated by 
					Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 28Jan49. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya 
					aviagruppa / Moscow Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51.
				02945	Manufactured 13Mar45. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to 
					Soviet Navy as 02945. Polyarnaya Aviats / Polar Aviation. Registered as CCCP-N419. 
					Modified with ASh-82FN engines; designated KM-2. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow 
					Special Purpose Aviation Group 24Jan51. Operated by Chukotskaya aviagruppa / Chukotskaya 
					Special Purpose Aviation Group 1Jul/19Sep52. Operated by Moskovskaya aviagruppa / Moscow 
					Special Purpose Aviation Group 31Jul54. Struck off charge 5Apr57 as amortisation period expired.
				02946 (1)	Believed to be the aircraft which was damaged by fire on the production line 31Dec44. 
					Replaced for lease to the Soviet Navy by BuAer 02802 which was re-numbered as BuAer 02946 
					to make the Soviets think that they received a 'new' aircraft.
				02946 (2)	Renumbered from BuAer 02802. Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to 
					Soviet Navy as 02946.
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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				02948 CAC No. 375, Hull No 545, Seq ac 1
				02949 CAC No. 376, Hull No 546, Seq ac 2. Assigned to FAW-2 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 27, 1942
				02950 CAC No. 377, Hull No 547, Seq ac 3. Assigned to CASU-9 lost at Palawan in Philippines Mar 5, 1945
				02951 CAC No. 378, Hull No 548, Seq ac 4.  (VP-23) crashed at sea 11/26/1942 50 mi N of
					Oahu during night mission.   9 crew missing.
				02952 CAC No. 379, Hull No 549, Seq ac 5.  (VP-71) believed damaged during enemy attack on Canton, South Pacific Mar 24, 1943
				02953 CAC No. 380, Hull No 550, Seq ac 6
				02954 CAC No. 381, Hull No 551, Seq ac 7. (VP-93) hit tractor on runway during takeoff
					NAS Argentia, Newfoundland 6/19/1942.  Crew unhurt, but aircraft SOC.
					I have this plane also having been SOC after 
					being damaged by winds 7/9/1944, Gainesville, GA.
				02955 CAC No. 382, Hull No 552, Seq ac 8.  VP-94, NAF Natal, Brazil Jan43. Detached to NAF Belém, Brazil. Sunk U-590. 
					Submarine U-590 was sunk by depth charges dropped from the Catalina in the North Atlantic 
					north of Belém near the Amazon Estuary 9Jul43. Forty-five men died with U-590; there were no survivors. .  
					Salvaged in Miami Feb 28, 1946.
				03956 CAC No. 383, Hull No 553, Seq ac 9
				02957 CAC No. 384, Hull No 554, Seq ac 10.  (VP-24) lost off Hawaii Jan 23, 1945.
				02958 CAC No. 385, Hull No 555, Seq ac 11
				02959 CAC No. 386, Hull No 556, Seq ac 12
				02960 CAC No. 387, Hull No 557, Seq ac 13.  (VP-51) rescued crew of downed B-17 off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 16, 1942 (VPNavy!)
				02961 CAC No. 388, Hull No 558, Seq ac 14,  (VP-101) damaged in takeoff accident Perth, Australia Feb 2, 1943.  Crew uninjured.
				02962 CAC No. 389, Hull No 559, Seq ac 15
				02963 CAC No. 390, Hull No 560, Seq ac 16. (VP-93) caught fire and aborted takeoff NAS Argentia, Newfoundland Aug 1, 1942.  Crew unharmed. (VPNavy!)
				02964 CAC No. 391, Hull No 561, Seq ac 17.
				02965 CAC No. 392, Hull No 562, Seq ac 18.  (VP-HDN-1) missing 1/28/1943.  History card says that the plane was assigned to PATSU-1 and lost
					off Guadalcanal Feb 14, 1943.
				02966 CAC No. 393, Hull No 563, Seq ac 19.  (VP-HDN-6, VP-101) force landed at sea 12/13/1942 off
					Australia.  Sunk while under tow 67 hours later.  Crew unhurt
				02967 (CAC No. 394, Hull No 564, Seq ac 20) was previously serialled as 05044.  To USAAF as 41-18772
				02968 CAC No. 395, Hull No 565, Seq ac 21. force landed 11/7/1942, Wallis Island, South
					Pacific due to fuel exhaustion.  Sunk by 
					depth charges.
				02969 (CAC s/n 396, seq ac 22, hull #566) was previously serialled as 05045.  To USAAF as 41-18773.
				02970 (CAC s/n 397, seq ac 23, hull #567)(VJ-unit FAW-12) SOC after forced landing Richmond
					NAS, FL 3/26/1945.  Only minor injuries to crew and passengers.
				02971 (CAC s/n 398, seq ac 24, hull #568)(VP-73) damaged in landing at Penfro, North Wales Nov 10, 1942.  Crew uninjured.
				02972 (CAC s/n 399, seq ac 25, hull #569)noted at Lagens, Azores Jul 1946 with US markings on one
					side and British markings on the other.
				02973 (CAC s/n 400, seq ac 26, hull #570)
				02974 (CAC s/n 401, seq ac 27, hull #571)
				02975 (CAC s/n 402, seq ac 28, hull #572)
				02976 (CAC s/n 403, seq ac 29, hull #573)
				02977 (CAC s/n 404, seq ac 30, hull #574) of VP-126 crashed Greenland Mar 3, 1943 on
					trip from NAS Argentia to Greenland.  Found 3/16/1943.  All 10 onboard killed.
					Was sent from NAS Argentia, Newfoundland to Bluie West One (BW-1), Narsarsuaq, Greenland, 
					and it fatally crashed in the mountains near BW-1
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
				Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. 
				The US Navy ordered twelve LNS-1 aircraft for a 1942-43 Marine Corps glider training program at Marine
					Corps Air Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. Used for primary flight training, aerobatics 
					and formation flying by Glider Group 71, some of the LNS-1s were later seconded to the US Navy 
					Glomb program for expendable radio-controlled bomber drone experiments. 
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
				02994 (VP-93) lost in north Atlantic Jun 19, 1942
				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)
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				03186 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank off Santa Cruz in South Pacific
				03187 (VS-8) w/o May 29, 1942 in ditching NW of Wake Island off USS Hornet (CV-8).
				03188 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				03189 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank off Santa Cruz in South Pacific
				03190 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank off Santa Cruz in South Pacific
				03191 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost off Hawaii Aug 19, 1942
				03192 (VB-8) lost off Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03193 (VB-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost off Midway Jun 8, 1942
				03194 (VB-8) ditched 5/21/42 off USS Hornet (CV-8) off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  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.
				03197 (VMSB-241) lost off Hawaii Nov 19, 1942
				03198 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 15, 1943
				03199 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank off Santa Cruz in South Pacific
				03200 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank off Santa Cruz in South Pacific
				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.
				03203 (VS-8) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost Oct 27, 1942 when ship sank off Santa Cruz in South Pacific
				03205 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost enroute to Coral Sea May 15, 1942
				03206 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03207 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03208 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03209 (VB-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 25, 1942
				03210 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 2, 1942
				03213 (VB-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Jan 10, 1943
				03215 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03216 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				03217 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				03218 (VS-3) loat at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				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.
 				03220 (VS-10) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1945
				03221 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				03222 (VS-72) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03223 (VS-8) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				03224 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03225 (VS-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
				03228 (VJ-10) lost at Pallikulo Airfield in South Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				03229 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 24, 1942
				03230 (VS-8) w/o 8/5/42 off USS Hornet (CV-8).  Crew OK
				03231 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				03233 (VMSB-233) lost in south Pacific Apr 15, 1943
				03235 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				03237 (VB-3) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				03238 (VMSB-244) lost in west central Pacific May 14, 1943
				03239 (VMSB-244) lost off Midway Jul 29, 1943
				03241 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Apr 26, 1943
				03242 (VB-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				03243 (VS-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off espiritu sano in South Pacific Sep 16, 1942
				03246 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				03247 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				03248 (VB-3) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942
				03249 (VB-20) lost in South Pacific Mar 19, 1943
				03250 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 8, 1943
				03251 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 23, 1943
				03252 (ACTG-Pac) dove in during dive bombing
					near Jamul, CA 5/6/1942.  Pilot killed.
				03253 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				03254 (VMSB-141) MIA on search mission from Henderson Field,
					Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands Oct 16, 1942.  2 crew MIA.
				03255 (VMSB-141) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 8, 1942
				03256 (VB-8) lost off Efate in South Pacific Apr 23, 1943
				03257 (VMSB-141) lost off Noumea in south Pacific Oct 9, 1942
				03258 w/o 5/15/42 in takeoff accident San Diego, CA.  Pilot killed.  Another reort has the plane
					being with VMSB-132  and lost at Guadalcanal Dec 16, 1942
				03259 assigned to ARU SOLS in South Pacific scavenged for parts Jul 3, 1944
				03261 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 1, 1943
				03262 crashed near Otay Mesa field, CA during low altitude spin 5/20/1942.  Pilot killed.
				03263 (VMSB-141) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Oct 9, 1942
				03265 (VMSB-141) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				03266 assigned to POOL at Pallikulo Airfield and lost in South Pacific Jul 8, 1944
				03267 (VMSB-142) w/o 7/15/42 San Diego, CA in midair fire.  Crew killed.  Another report has 
					the plane being attached to USS Kenneth Whiting (AV-14) an lost off Pearl Hearbor Jul 15, 1944
				03269 (VMSB-142) w/o 8/13/42, Rancho Santa Fe, CA in low-altitude spin.  Crew killed.
				03270 (VMSB-141) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 31, 1942
				03271 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				03272 w/o in training accident 6/12/42, San Diego, CA.  No pullout from dive.  Pilot killed.
				03273 (VMSB-141) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Nov 7, 1942
				03274 (VS-8) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				03275 (VB-8) lost off Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03277 (VS-8) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				03278 assigned to STAG-1 lost at Russells in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				03280 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Nov 10, 1942
				03282 assigned to AWT ACTION lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1944
				03283 (VB-3) crashed on takeoffat Luke Field, Ford Island with 500 lb bomb 6/16/1942.
					Two crew killed.
				03284 lost Oct 16, 1942
				03285 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 31, 1942
				03286 list at Efate in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				03288 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 3, 1943
				03290 (VB-6) w/o 7/23/42 when stalled on takeoff from USS Enterprise (CV-6), one crew killed, other OK.
				03292 lost at Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03293 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Sep 20, 1942
				03294 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Sep 20, 1942
				03295 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Oct 16, 1942
				03296 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				03297 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				03298 (VMSB-244) lost in west central Pacific Apr 22, 1943
				03299 (VT-3) w/o 6/14/42 off Diamond Head,HI during flight test.  Both crewmembers killed.
				03301 (VMSB-244) lost in west central Pacific May 14, 1943
				03302 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				03303 (VMSB-244) lost off Sand Island in South Pacific Apr 3, 1943
				03304 (VS-3) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 23, 1942
				03305 (VMSB-244) lost at Midway Jul 29, 1943
				03306 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				03308 (VMSB-241) w/o 1/24/42 on Midway Island in ground accident after being struck by landing 03240.
				03309 (VS-5) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost East Solomons in south Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				03310 (VMSB-141) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 17, 1942
				03311 (VMSB-141) lost off Roses in South Pacific Oct 2, 1942
				03312 (VMSB-241) lost in South Pacific Sep 23, 1942
				03314 (VB-8) lost off Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03315 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 15, 1942
				03317 (VS-2) attached to USS Saratogaa (CV-3) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 6, 1942
				03318 (VMSB-241) lost off Hawaii Nov 19, 1942
				03319 (VS-710 lost at Nekata Bay in South Pacific Oct 5, 1942
				03320 (VB-72) missing at sea from dive bombing practice flight on target towed by carrier Jul 9, 1942.   Pilot missing 
					Another report has the plane being attached to USS Wasp (CV-7) and lost off Tulagi in South Pacific
					Aug 7, 1942
				03322 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 15, 1942
				03324 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 15, 1942
				03325 (VB-8) attached to USS Honet (CV-8) lost at Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942.
				03326 assigned to POOL Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific May 20, 1944
				03327 (VS-72) loat at Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03329 (VS-7) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 2, 1942
				03330 (VS-72) attached to USS Wasp (CV-7) lost off San Cristobal in South Pacific Sep 15, 1942
				03332 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Oct 16, 1942
				03334 (VS-72) attached to USS Hornet (CV-8) lost in South Pacific Aug 23, 1942
				03335 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 2, 1942
				03336 (VS-71) lost in action Aug 31, 1942 off USS Wasp (CV-7) off Ramos Island in South Pacific .
				03337 (VS-72) attached to USS Wasp (CV-7) lost off San Cristobal in South Pacific Sep 15, 1942 when ship sank
				03338 (VMO-251) lost in South Pacific Oct 16, 1942
				03339 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03340 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Oct 16, 1942
				03341 (VS-72) lost at Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03342 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 6, 1942
				03343 (VMSB-233) lost in South Pacific Jan 23, 1943
				03344 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 11, 1942
				03345 (VS-72) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03346 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Oct 16, 1942
				03347 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 18, 1942
				03348 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 28, 1942
				03349 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03351 (VS-71) w/o Sep 15, 1942 off USS Wasp (CV-7) off San Cristobal, South Pacific 
				03352 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03355 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Oct 16, 1942
				03356 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 6, 1942
				03357 (VJ-10) lost at Pallikulo Airfield in South Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				03358 w/o 8/25/42 off San Diego, CA. in mid-air with SBD-2 BuNo 2147
				03360 (VMSB-231) lost at Efate in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				03361 (VS-71) lost off San Isabel in South Pacific Oct 17, 1942
				03362 (VS-72) attached to USS Wasp (CV-7) lost off San Crisbobal in South Pacific Sep 15, 1942 when ship sank.
				03363 (VS-72) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				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.
				03365 (VS-72) lost at Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				03366 (VS-72) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03367 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 2, 1942
				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
				03374 (VS-71) attached to USS Wasp (CV-7) lost east of Solomons in South Pacific Aug 24, 1942
				03375 assigned to STAG-1 lost at Russells in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				03376 w/o 8/20/42 off USS Enterprise during dive bombing practice.  Crew killed.  Another report has the plane being
					lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				03377 (VS-10) lost at Pallikulo Airfield in south Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				03378 (VS-8) lost in east central Pacific Dec 19, 1942
				03379 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03380 (VMSB-231) lost in South Pacific Dec 28, 1942
				03381 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03382 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 23, 1943
				03384 (VMSB-232) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
03385/03544		Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Manually operated folding wins
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				03386 modified as F4F-4P photo recon version.
				03398 (VF-9) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Bermuda Oct 22, 1942
				03399 (VF-9) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Bermuda Sep 5, 1942
				03404 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 14, 1942
				03405 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 26, 1942
				03407 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 11, 1942
				03408 (VGF-16) lost off Hawaii Dec 23, 1942
				03409 (VF-72) lost in South Pacific Feb 27, 1943
				03410 (VF-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				03412 (VF-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Apr 10, 1943
				03413 (VF-28) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Apr 18, 1943
				03414 (VGF-27) attached to USS Suwannee (ACV-27) lost off New Hebrides in South Pacific Jan 29, 1943
				03415 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03416 assigned to MAG-12 lost of Noumea in South Pacific Feb 7, 1943
				03417 shot down 2 dive bombers and 5 torpedo bombers during Battle of Santa Cruz.
					Aircraft w/o NAS Jacksonville Jun 29, 1944.
				03418 (VF-10) lost in South Pacific Sep 23, 1942
				03421 (VF-10) lost in South Pacific May 28, 1943
				03424 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03426 crashed on ferry flight 8 mi S of Pe Ell, WA Jan 23, 1944. Pilot killed.
					Wreckage found by logging crew in 1949.
				03427 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 11, 1942
				03430 (VF-11) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 31, 1943
				03432 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost at Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				03433 (VF-4) struck by heavy wind and lost over USS Ranger (CV-4) off Iceland Nov 26, 1943.  One sailor on deck killed.
				03434 (VMO-251) lost in South Pacific Nov 17, 1942
				03436 (VGF-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost off Safi, Morocco Nov 8, 1942
				03437 (VGF-26) attached to USS Sanagamon (ACV-26) lost off Norfolk Dec 12, 1942
				03438 (VMF-224) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 30, 1942
				03441 (VF-26) attached to USS Sangamano (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				03442 (VF-11) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 16, 1943
				03443 (VC-28) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jun 22, 1943
				03444 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 12, 1942
				03445 (VF-10) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				03446 (VMF-112) list in South Pacific Jan 31, 1943
				03447 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 12, 1942
				03448 (VMO-251) lost in South Pacific Nov 1, 1942
				03450 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 5, 1943
				03452 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 13, 1942
				03453 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 1942
				03454 (VMF-212) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				03455 (VMO-251) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 9, 1943
				03456 (VF-10) lost at Guadalcanal in South Pacific  Nov 14, 1942
				03461 (VF-41) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Fedala, Morocco Nov 8, 1942
				03462 (VGF-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost off Safi, Morocco Nov 8, 1942
				03464 (VF-41) lost in north Atlantic Jun 22, 1943
				03465 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Feb 28, 1943
				03466 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				03467 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 1942
				03468 assigned to CASU-1 Hilo lost off Hawaii Nov 25, 1943
				03470 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Feb 28, 1943
				03471 assigned to MAG-14 Guadalcanal lost at Guadalcanal Feb 25, 1943
				03472 (VF-28) lost off Russells in South Pacific Jul 18, 1943
				03474 (VF-11) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 26, 1943
				03476 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 5, 1943
				03477 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Nov 21, 1942
				03478 (VMF-112) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				03480 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 1942
				03482 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 1942
				03483 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 1942
				03484 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				03485 (VF-28) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost enroute to Russells in south Pacific Apr 3, 1943
				03486 (VGF-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost off Bermuda Oct 2, 1942
				03488 (VF-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific May 11, 1943
				03489 (VF-29) lost in north Atlantic Jul 28, 1943
				03490 (VC-21) attached to USS Nassau (CVE-16) lost off Attu in north Pacific May 14, 1943
				03491 (VM-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 10, 1942
				03492 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 16, 1942
				03494 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 11, 1943
				03495 (VF-260 attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jul 9, 1943
				03497 (VMO-251) from Espiritu santo lost off Espiritu Santo Dec 16, 1942
				03499 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 13, 1942
				03500 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				03501 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 13, 1942
				03502 (VMF-223) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 2, 1942
				03503 (VMF-224) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 11, 1942
				03504 (VMF-224) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 11, 1942
				03506 (VF-10) lost off Hawaii Sep 12, 1942
				03508 (VMF-224) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 11, 1942
				03509 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 15, 1943
				03510 (VC-29) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost enroute to Norfolk, VA Sep 28, 1943
				03511 (VGF-29) attached to USS Santeee (CVE-29) lost off Safi, Morocco Nov 8 1942
				03512 (VGF-29) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Safi, Morocco Nov 8, 1942					
				03514 (VGF-29) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Safi, Morocco Nov 10, 1942
				03517 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Nouea in South Pacific Dec 4, 1942
				03518 (VF-10) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				03519 (VC-21) attached to USS Nassau (CVE-16) lost off Attu in north Pacific May 11, 1943
				03520 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Feb 23, 1943
				03523 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Jan 31, 1943			
				03524 (VMF-121) lost at guadalcanal Oct 19, 1942
				03526 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Feb 28, 1943
				03528 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 19, 1942
				03529 (VMF-221) lost at Russells in South Pacific Apr 7, 1943
				03530 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Mar 11, 1943
				03531 (VMF-112) lost in South Pacific Nov 21, 1942
				03532 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 18, 1942
				03533 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 1942
				03534 (VMO-251) lost in South Pacific Dec 23, 1942
				03535 (VF-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				03536 (VC-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jun 22, 1943
				03538 (VF-29) lost in north Atlantic Jul 29, 1943
				03540 assigned to 1st MAW lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				03541 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 23, 1942
				03542 (VMF-121) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 7, 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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				03803 (VMF-214) ditched of Vella Lavella in SouthPacific 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.
				03819 (VMF-111) from Tutuila lost NW of Samoa in South Pacific Jan 12, 1944
				03825 (VMF-223) lost off Midway Aug 11, 1943
				03826 (VMF-422) lost in central Pacific Feb 28, 1944
				03828 (VMF-321) from Torokina lost at Rabaul in South Pacific Jan 2, 1944	
				03829 (VMF-222) lost off Vella Lavella in Souty Pacific Sep 13, 1943
				03830 (VMF-216) from Ondonga lost off Torokina in South Pacific Nov 28, 1943
				03838 (VMF-222) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 25, 1943
				03840 (VMF-321) from Efate lost off Quoin Hill in South Pacific Feb 3, 1944
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 (VP-82) missing out of NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island May 9, 1942.  Crew of 4 MIA.
				03844 (VP-82) crash landed on frozen lake in Upper Placentia, Newfoundland when could not return
					to base Feb 10, 1942.  Plane slid to shoreline and caught fire.  Crew uninjured.
				03845 (VP-82) missing out of NAS Argentia, Newfoundland Jan 16, 1942.  5 crew MIA.
				03846 SOC Feb 29, 1944.
				03847 crashed at sea Feb 3, 1944 7 mi E of Miami, FL on routine radar training flight.  All 9 onboard killed.  
					SOC Feb 29, 1944.
				03848 (VP-82) engine failed on takeoff at Auburn/Lewiston airport, Maine Jul 6, 1942.  Swerved off runway,
					damaging the aircraft. Two crewmembers sustained minor injuriesl
				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 (VP-82) crashed and burned at Coast Guard air station, Elizabeth City, NC Dec 17, 1941.  6 crew killed.
				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 (VP-82) missing out of NAS Quonset Point, RI Aug 30, 1942.  4 crew MIA.
				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.
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				03865 (VMO-7) lost off Okinawa Jun 4, 1945
				03875 (VMO-7) lost off Jinamoc, Philippines Jun 10, 1945
				03885 (VMO-2) lost off Saipan Jul 21, 1945
				03889 (VMO-8) lost off Guam Apr 30, 1945
				03891 (VMO-2) lost off Saipan Jun 8, 1945
				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.
				03896 (VMO-4) lost off Hawaii Jul 14, 1945
				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.
				03927 (VMO-3) lost off Japan Aug 5, 1945
				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 rescued
				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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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
				04190 (VJ-11) lost off Efate in South Pacific Nov 27, 1944
				04192 (VJ-11) lost off Efate in South Pacific Nov 27, 1944
				04194 (VJ-11) lost off Efate in South Pacific Nov 13, 1944
04199/04348		Curtiss SO3C-3 Seagull
				Curtiss Model 82C
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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 (CL-80)) force landed after takeoff Oct 1, 1943.
				04250 to US Coast Guard as 04250 Feb 21, 1944.  Returned to US Navy Jun 8, 1944.  Lost off Efate in 
					South Pacific Nov 6, 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 / Aéronautique Navale 28Jan52 as 349; Escadrille 9S, Vietnam, code 9S21; 
					Escadrille 8S, Vietnam, code 8S3;  W/o Sep 24, 1953.  SOC Spr 21, 1954
				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 / Aéronautique Navale 29Feb52 as 358; Escadrille 8S, Vietnam, code 8S1.  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
				Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. 
				The US Navy ordered twelve LNS-1 aircraft for a 1942-43 Marine Corps glider training program at Marine 
					Corps Air Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. Used for primary flight training, aerobatics and 
					formation flying by Glider Group 71, some of the LNS-1s were later seconded to the US Navy Glomb 
					program for expendable radio-controlled bomber drone experiments. 
				04383 (MSN 5) Glider Group 71, MCAD Parris Island, South Carolina. To National Museum of the Marine Corps, 
					Triangle, VA. On loan to the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum / Air Zoo Aerospace & Science Museum, 
					Portage, MI.
				04384 (MSN 27) Accepted by US Navy 13Jan42. Glider Group 71, MCAD Parris Island, South Carolina 18Apr42. 
					MCAD Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas 18Jun43. SOC 30Sep44. Registered as N19V; cancelled 21Dec70. 
					Registered as N53275; cancelled 19Jul13. Long-term loan from Robert Storck of Kansas City, Missouri 
					to the National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY 1991. Displayed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, 
					Elmira, Horseheads, NY. On loan to the National Soaring Museum, Elmira, Horseheads, NY.
				04385 Glider Group 71, MCAD Parris Island, South Carolina.  On display 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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				04399 (CAC c/n 405, Hull No 576, Seq ab 32)
				04400 (CAC c/n 406, Hull No 575, Seq ab 31) (VP-61) suffered 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.
				04401 (CAC c/n 407, Hull No 578, Seq ab 34) 
				04402 (CAC c/n 408, Hull No 577, Seq ab 33)of VP-84 crashed in Iceland, Dec 27, 1942 during
					snowstorm 15 minutes after takeoff.  8 killed.
				04403 (CAC c/n 409, Hull No 580, Seq ab 36)(VP-54) missing on search mission from Guadalcanal 
					5/15/1943.  12 MIA.
				04404 (CAC c/n 410, Hull No 579, Seq ab 35) ((VP-93) missing on convoy patrol 6/8/1942 NE of
					Newfoundland.  10 MIA.
				04405 (CAC c/n 411, Hull No 582, Seq ab 38) (VP-94) force landed in Brazil 6/3/1943 due to oil pressure failure and
					bad weather.  Crew suffered only minor injuries, but aircraft never recovered because of its location.
				04406 (CAC c/n 412, Hull No 581, Seq ab 37) 
				04407 (CAC c/n 413, Hull No 584, Seq ab 40) (VP-41) lost in north Atlantic Jan 5, 1943
				04408 (CAC c/n 414, Hull No 583, Seq ab 39) (VP-42) damaged in landing accident while picking up downed P-38 pilot Feb 22, 1942 at
					Tanaga, Aleutians.  Towed to Dutch Harbor for salvage
					by VP-41.
				04409 (CAC c/n 415, Hull No 586, Seq ab 42) (VP-42) damaged in landing at Cold Bay, Alaska Nov 8, 1942.  Crew and passengers unhurt.
				04410 (CAC c/n 416, Hull No 585, Seq ab 41) 
				04411 (CAC c/n 417, Hull No 588, Seq ab 44) (VP-43) in landing accident in bad weather
					Luluk Bay, AK 5/24/1943.  8 killed.
				04412 (CAC c/n 418, Hull No 587, Seq ab 43) (VP-62) damaged on landing at Adak, Alaska Jun 18, 1943.  Crew uninjured.
				04413 (CAC c/n 419, Hull No 590, Seq ab 46) 
				04414 (CAC c/n 420, Hull No 589, Seq ab 45) (VP-51) hit side of Cape Korrishka, Alaska
					8/9/1942.  Pilot and 6 killed.  Two survived
				04415 (CAC c/n 421, Hull No 592, Seq ab 48) 
				04416 (CAC c/n 422, Hull No 591, Seq ab 47) (FAW-6 under Headquarters Squadron (HEDRON)) damaged when nose wheel folded up on takeoff at 
					NAS Adak, AK Mar 29, 1943.  Crew unhurt
				04417 (CAC c/n 423, Hull No 594, Seq ab 50) 
				04418 (CAC c/n 424, Hull No 593, Seq ab 49) 
				04419 (CAC c/n 425, Hull No 595, Seq ab 51) 
				04420 (CAC c/n 426, Hull No 596, Seq ab 52) 
04421/04424		Free Balloon Lakehurst Type 2F
04425/04514		Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				04425 (CAC s/n 427, seq ad 001, hull #597) (VP-43) damaged by bad weather at Dutch Harbor, Alaska Nov 21, 1942
				04426 (CAC s/n 428, seq ad 002, hull #598) (VP-101) collided with obstacle Green Island,
					South Pacific 7/1/1944.  SOC the same day.
				04427 (CAC s/n 429, seq ad 003, hull #599) (VP-51) forced to land in open sea, placed under tow by USS Williamson (AVP-15).  Depth charge exploded, damaging
					the Williamson, aircraft capsized and sank Aug 26, 1942. 4 killed, 4 survived.
				04428 (CAC s/n 430, seq ad 004, hull #600) (VP-43) damaged by bad weather at Dutch Harbor, Alaska Nov 21, 1942. 
				04429 (CAC s/n 431, seq ad 005, hull #601) (VP-23) lost in South Pacific Sep 23, 1942
				04430 (CAC s/n 432, seq ad 006, hull #602) (VP-23) lost in South Pacific Sep 23, 1943
				04431 (CAC s/n 433, seq ad 007, hull #603) (VP-HDN-10, VP-101) engine caught fire, force landed off
					Australia, plane drifted onto beach 1/13/1943.
					SOC.  Crew OK.
				04432 (CAC s/n 434, seq ad 008, hull #604) 
				04433 (CAC s/n 435, seq ad 009, hull #605) assigned to FAW-1 lost in South Pacific Oct 15, 1942
				04434 (CAC s/n 436, seq ad 010, hull #606) 
				04435 (CAC s/n 437, seq ad 011, hull #607) (VPB-2 OTU#1) damaged on takeoff from NAS Jacksonville, FL Sep 29, 1943.  No crew injuries,
					damage was repairable.
				04436 (CAC s/n 438, seq ad 012, hull #608) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942
				04437 (CAC s/n 439, seq ad 013, hull #609) (VP-43) damaged by storm at (FAW-4) while moored at Andrew Lagoon, Adak, Alaska was blown away and set adrift and went up on beach
					suffering minor damage May 2, 1943.  Crew unhurt
				04438 (CAC s/n 440, seq ad 014, hull #610) (VP-HDN-6 under Headquarters Squadron (HEDRON)) water-looped on landing and sank
					Feb 8, 1943, NAS Whidbey Island.  2 killed, 4 survived.
				04439 (CAC s/n 441, seq ad 015, hull #611) (VP-43) hit mountains east of Half Moon Bay,
					CA 6/1/1942.  Pilot and 7 killed.
				04440 (CAC s/n 442, seq ad 016, hull #612) assigned to FAW-4 lost off Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jan 17, 1943
				04441 (CAC s/n 443, seq ad 017, hull #613) 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. 
				04442 (CAC s/n 444, seq ad 018, hull #614) (VPB-2 OTU#1) damaged when water-looped on takeoff from Lake George, FL Aug 3, 1943.  No crew injuries,
					damage was repairable.
				04443 (CAC s/n 445, seq ad 019, hull #615) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942
				04444 (CAC s/n 446, seq ad 020, hull #616) 
				04445 (CAC s/n 447, seq ad 021, hull #617) (FAW-2) crashed 5/12/1943 due to onboard fire during ferry flight from Oahu to NAS Alameda near Makapuu Point.  
					Pilot and copilot killed, 2 survived.
				04446 (CAC s/n 448, seq ad 022, hull #618) 
				04447 (CAC s/n 449, seq ad 023, hull #619) (VP-34) damaged in a series of touch and go landings in San Bias Bay, Panama Aug 8, 1942, crew and
					passengers unhurt.  Hit swell during landing Pensacola Bay, FL Jul 1, 1943, nosed over.  1 missing , 8 injured.
				04448 (CAC s/n 450, seq ad 024, hull #620) 
				04449 (CAC s/n 451, seq ad 025, hull #621) 
				04450 (CAC s/n 452, seq ad 026, hull #622) 
				04451 (CAC s/n 453, seq ad 027, hull #623) 
				04452 (CAC s/n 454, seq ad 028, hull #624) (VP-33) struck submerged object during takeoff at Manzanillo Bay, Canal Zone Jan 12, 1943.  Crew and
					passengers unhurt.
				04453 (CAC s/n 455, seq ad 029, hull #625) 
				04454 (CAC s/n 456, seq ad 030, hull #626) (VP-33) water looped Manzanillo Bay, Panama 11/6/1942 and sank.  Crew unhurt.
				04455 (CAC s/n 457, seq ad 031, hull #627) 
				04456 (CAC s/n 458, seq ad 032, hull #628) 
				04457 (CAC s/n 459, seq ad 033, hull #629) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942
				04458 (CAC s/n 460, seq ad 034, hull #630)  
				04459 (CAC s/n 461, seq ad 035, hull #631) (VP-41) missing SW of Dutch Harbor, Alaska 6/28/1942.  10 crew MIA.
				04460 (CAC s/n 462, seq ad 036, hull #632) (VJ-4) damaged in landing at NAS Trinidad, British West Indies Oct 23, 1943.  Crew was unhurt.
				04461 (CAC s/n 463, seq ad 037, hull #633) (VP-101) missing on patrol out of Perth, Australia 3/28/1943.  7 crew MIA.
				04462 (CAC s/n 464, seq ad 038, hull #634) damaged during landing 12/21/1943 Escambria Bay, FL.  SOC.
				04463 (CAC s/n 465, seq ad 039, hull #635) (VP-51) missing on patrol 7/14/1942 out of NAS Sand Pt, AK.  9 MIA.
				04464 (CAC s/n 466, seq ad 040, hull #636) 
				04465 (CAC s/n 467, seq ad 041, hull #637) (FAW-6 under Headquarters Squadron (HEDRON)) damaged on takeoff from NAS Oak Harbor, WA Sep 8, 1943.  
					Crew was unhurt.
				04466 (CAC s/n 468, seq ad 042, hull #638) (VP-43) following attack on Japanese submarine, forced to land in Korovin Bay due to bad weather Aug 30, 1942.
					Crew was rescued.  Lost off Korovin Bay, Alaska Oct 2, 1942
				04467 (CAC s/n 469, seq ad 043, hull #639) 
				04468 (CAC s/n 470, seq ad 044, hull #640) (VP-34) flew into water during gunnery practice Manzanillo Bay, Canal Zone 8/20/1942.  Pilot and
					4 killed, 4 injured.
				04469 (CAC s/n 471, seq ad 045, hull #641) (VP-43) missing on mail flight from Cold Bay to Kodiak, Alaska Aug 25, 1942. All crew and passengers MIA.
				04470 (CAC s/n 472, seq ad 046, hull #642) (VP-FAW-6 under Headquarters Squadron (HEDRON)) crashed during landing 5/1/1943 Mukilteo, WA and sank.  
					One missing, 4 injured.
				04471 (CAC s/n 473, seq ad 047, hull #643) 
				04472 (CAC s/n 474, seq ad 048, hull #644) 
				04473 (CAC s/n 475, seq ad 049, hull #645) flew into water circling merchant ship in Gulf of Mexico and exploded 11/17/1943.  8 killed.
				04474 (CAC s/n 476, seq ad 050, hull #646) (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 (CAC s/n 477, seq ad 051, hull #647) (VP-HDN-6 under Headquarters Squadron (HEDRON)) water-looped on landing NAS Whidbey Island, WA and 
					sank 3/6/1943.  4 killed, 2 survived.
				04476 (CAC s/n 478, seq ad 052, hull #648) (VP-43) stalled on takeoff and water-looped Amlia Island, AK 9/5/1942.  Sunk by gunfire.
				04477 (CAC s/n 479, seq ad 053, hull #649) (VP-61) sank after bad landing Atka Island, Alaska 9/28/1942.  Never recovered.
				04478 (CAC s/n 480, seq ad 054, hull #650) 
				04479 (CAC s/n 481, seq ad 055, hull #651) 
				04480 (CAC s/n 482, seq ad 056, hull #652) 
				04481 (CAC s/n 483, seq ad 057, hull #653) 
				04482 (CAC s/n 484, seq ad 058, hull #654) (VP-53) damaged in landing at NAS Key West, FL Aug 17, 1942.  
					Force landed due to engine fire and sank 1/2/1943, Port of Spain, NAS Trinidad.  All crew survived.
				04483 (CAC s/n 485, seq ad 059, hull #655) (VP-43) damaged by bad weather at Dutch Harbor, Alaska Nov 16, 1942
				04484 (CAC s/n 486, seq ad 060, hull #656) (VP-53) damaged on landing at Port of Spain, NAS Trinidad Mar 7, 1943.  Major overhaul required.
					All crew survived.
				04485 (CAC s/n 487, seq ad 061, hull #657) 
				04486 (CAC s/n 488, seq ad 062, hull #658) (VP-61) broke mooring lines in a storm and sank Kulak Bay, Alaska Nov 12, 1942.
				04487 (CAC s/n 489, seq ad 063, hull #659)  
				04488 (CAC s/n 490, seq ad 064, hull #660) 
				04489 (CAC s/n 491, seq ad 065, hull #661) 
				04490 (CAC s/n 492, seq ad 066, hull #662) (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.
				04491 (CAC s/n 493, seq ad 067, hull #663) (VP-91) crashed and sank on takeoff at Vanikoro Island, South Pacific Nov 20, 1942.  Crew survived with
					injuries, aircraft was a total loss.
				04492 (CAC s/n 494, seq ad 068, hull #664) (VP-61) damaged in storm at Dutch Harbor, Alaska Nov 2, 1942, repaired.
					(VPB-29) in landing accident St. Genges Channel, South Pacific 9/6/1944.  Sank
				04493 (CAC s/n 495, seq ad 069, hull #665) 
				04494 (CAC s/n 496, seq ad 070, hull #666) 
				04495 (CAC s/n 497, seq ad 071, hull #667) 
				04496 (CAC s/n 498, seq ad 072, hull #668) 
				04497 (CAC s/n 499, seq ad 073, hull #669)(VP-HDN-6) water-looped on landing at NAS Whidbey Island, WA 3/11/1943.  
					SOC.  Another report has the plane being assigned to FAW-4 From Dutch Harbor and lost Nov 4, 1942
				04498 (CAC s/n 500, seq ad 074, hull #670)
				04499 (CAC s/n 501, seq ad 075, hull #671)(VP-43) crashed on takeoff from Nazen Bay into side of mountain 
					on Atka Island Jul 21, 1942.  All 7 crew killed.
				04500 (CAC s/n 502, seq ad 076, hull #672)
				04501 (CAC s/n 503, seq ad 077, hull #673)(VP-101 FAW-17) sank on hard landing Admiralty Islands, South Pacific 8/10/1944.  Pilot killed,
					5 injured.
				04502 (CAC s/n 504, seq ad 078, hull #674)(VP-72) crashed to avoid hitting small boat 1/1/1943, South Pacific.  4 killed, 7 survived.
				04503 (CAC s/n 505, seq ad 079, hull #675)
				04504 (CAC s/n 506, seq ad 080, hull #676)(VP-72) damaged in landing while rescuing 10 survivors of a B-24 300 mi NE of Truk Apr 23, 1944.
					Sunk by destroyer USS Gansevoort (DD-608) the next day, which rescued the crew and the survivors
				04505 (CAC s/n 507, seq ad 081, hull #677)
				04506 (CAC s/n 508, seq ad 082, hull #678) (FAW-10) damaged in storm in Perth area Feb 13, 1943.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft SOC Feb 28, 1943
				04507 (CAC s/n 509, seq ad 083, hull #679) (VP-91) shot down by Japanese fighters at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942.  All 9 crew killed
				04508 (CAC s/n 510, seq ad 084, hull #680)(VP-43) beached by bad weather at Dutch Harbor, Alaska Nov 2, 1942.  Parts used to repair 04492 of VP-61
				04509 (CAC s/n 511, seq ad 085, hull #681) (VP-91) shot down by Japanese fighters at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942.  All 9 crew killed.
				04510 (CAC s/n 512, seq ad 086, hull #682)
				04511 (CAC s/n 513, seq ad 087, hull #683) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942.  Also listed as being lost
					with VP-43 when shot down by AAA and crashed on Kiska Jun 14, 1942.  All crew lost.
				04512 (CAC s/n 514, seq ad 088, hull #684)
				04513 (CAC s/n 515, seq ad 089, hull #685) assigned to FAW-1 lost in South Pacific Nov 21, 1942
				04514 (CAC s/n 516, seq ad 090, hull #686)
04515/04774		Brewster F3A-1 Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1 Corsair licence built by Brewster Aeronautical Corporation.  
					Some were F3A-1D 
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				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
				04779 (VB-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in South Pacific Jun 27, 1943
				04784 (VF-9) collided with F6F-3 BuNo 04936 near Pearl Harbor Jun 30, 1943.  Both
					pilots killed.
				04792 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				04794 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				04800 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor Hawaii Dec 15, 1943
				04806 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Makin in central Pacific Nov 19, 1943
				04813 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 20, 1943
				04817 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				04820 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 1, 1943.
				04825 (VF-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Jul 6, 1943
				04827 (VF-2) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 13, 1944
				04829 (VF-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Aug 6, 1943
				04834 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Makin in central Pacific Nov 24, 1943
				04837 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost enroute to Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 17, 1944
				04839 (VF-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 13, 1943
				04840 (VF-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Aug 6, 1943
				04846 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 2, 1943
				04847 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Wakie Oct 5, 1943
				04848 assigned to CASU-32) lost at Kahului, Hawaii Dec 2, 1943
				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.
				04860 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Wake Oct 5, 1943
				04861 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Marcus in central Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				04862 (VD-2, -P variant) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
				04863 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 1, 1943
				04864 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Milne in central Pacific Nov 23, 1943 
				04865 assigned to CASU-40 lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacifi Aug 1, 1944
				04870 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Milne in central Pacific Nov 23, 1943
				04871 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Wake Oct 6, 1943
				04873 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Makin in central Pacific Nov 21, 1943
				04875 (VF-25) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost enroute to Truk in central Pacific Feb 14, 1944
				04877 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1943
				04878 (VF-6) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				04879 (VF-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 15, 1943
				04880 (VF-6) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				04883 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Gilberts in central Pacific Nov 15, 1943
				04887 assigned to CASU-32) lost at Kahului, Hawaii Oct 15, 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.
				04894 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Marcus in central Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				04895 (VF-3) in west central Pacific Jun 25, 1943
				04896 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Wake Oct 6, 1943
				04898 (VF-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 19, 1943
				04903 (VF-6) in South Pacific Jul 19, 1943
				04904 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				04908 (VF-5, attached to USS Yorktown(CV-10)) downed W of Saipan Feb 22, 1944
				04910 (VB-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) in west central Pacific May 1, 1943
				04911 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Kahului Nov 10, 1943
				04912 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Hawaii Sep 15, 1943
				04913 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Nov 9, 1943
				04919 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 28, 1944
				04920 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 13, 144
				04921 (VF-1) lost at Kaneohe, Hawaii Aug 30, 1943
				04922 (VF-100) lost at Barbers Point, Hawaii Jun 17, 1944
				04926 (VF-100) lost at Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 25, 1944
				04929 (VF-1) lost at Kaneohe, Hawai Apr 13, 1944
				04930 (VF-16) lost at Kahulhi, Hawaii Feb 4, 1944
				04935 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Makin in central Pacific Nov 22, 1943
				04936 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 23, 1943
				04937 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Mille in central Pacific  Nov 23, 1943
				04938 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Dec 4, 1943
				04939 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Dec 4 1943
				04940 (VF-30) in north Atlandic Jun 30, 1943
				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.
				04955 (VF-100) lost at Barbers Point, Hawaii Apr 28, 1944
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.  This museum is now closed.
					Moved to Hixon Museum of Flight, Hixon, TN.
				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
				Could use both runway and water
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				04972 (CAC s/n 301, Hull #471, Seq ab 061)
				04973 (CAC s/n 302, Hull #472, Seq ab 062) (FAW-4) crashed in Brazil 11/27/1944 after midair fire.  22 killed
				04974 (CAC s/n 303, Hull #473, Seq ab 063) 
				04975 (CAC s/n 304, Hull #474, Seq ab 064) (VP-44) shot down by Japanese floatplane fighters during battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  Five killed,
					5 rescued.
				04976 (CAC s/n 305, Hull #475, Seq ab 065) 
				04977 (CAC s/n 306, Hull #476, Seq ab 066) (FAW-14) damaged during landing in rough seas off NAAS Sandy Beach, CA Nov 2, 1943.  Crew unhurt.
				04978 (CAC s/n 307, Hull #477, Seq ab 067) 
				04979 (CAC s/n 308, Hull #478, Seq ab 068) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942
				04980 (CAC s/n 309, Hull #479, Seq ab 069) (VP-41) missing 8/8/42 during search in Aleutians.
				04981 (CAC s/n 310, Hull #480, Seq ab 070)  (FAW-2) full stall landing in open sea while picking up Army pilot 7/16/1943, Hilo NAS Hawaii, sank.
					No lives lost.
				04982 (CAC s/n 311, Hull #481, Seq ab 071) 
				04983 (CAC s/n 312, Hull #482, Seq ab 072) (MSN 82) to NC74693, then became PK-CPA of KLM (Netherlands Indies), later went to Garuda
				04984 (CAC s/n 313, Hull #483, Seq ab 073) 
				04985 (CAC s/n 314, Hull #484, Seq ab 074)  to RAF as Catalina III FP525.  Missing from antisubmarine
					patrol Sep 22, 1942.
				04986 (CAC s/n 315, Hull #485, Seq ab 075) to RAF as Catalina III FP526.  SOC Jan 24, 1945
				04987 (CAC s/n 316, Hull #486, Seq ab 076)  to RAF as Catalina III FP527.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				04988 (CAC s/n 317, Hull #487, Seq ab 077)  to RAF as Catalina III FP528.  SOC Aug 3, 1944
				04989 (CAC s/n 318, Hull #488, Seq ab 078) to RAF as Catalina III FP529.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				04990 (CAC s/n 319, Hull #489, Seq ab 079) to RAF as Catalina III FP530.  Returned to USN
					Dec 13, 1945, then to Icelandair as TF-ISJ.  Scrapped at 
					Reykjavik, Iceland 1963
				04991 (CAC s/n 320, Hull #490, Seq ab 080)  (VP-43) damaged while taxying at Dutch Harbor, AK Feb 26, 1943
				04992 (CAC s/n 321, Hull #491, Seq ab 081) 
				04993 (CAC s/n 322, Hull #492, Seq ab 082) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942
				04994 (CAC s/n 323, Hull #493, Seq ab 083) 
				04995 (CAC s/n 324, Hull #494, Seq ab 084) 
				04996 (CAC s/n 325, Hull #495, Seq ab 085)  to NC1217M then PK-CPE
				04997 (CAC s/n 326, Hull #496, Seq ab 086) 
				04998 (CAC s/n 327, Hull #497, Seq ab 087) 
				04999 (CAC s/n 328, Hull #498, Seq ab 088) 
				05000 (CAC s/n 329, Hull #499, Seq ab 089) 
				05001 (CAC s/n 330, Hull #500, Seq ab 090) 
				05002 (CAC s/n 331, Hull #501, Seq ab 091) 
				05003 (CAC s/n 332, Hull #502, Seq ab 092) 
				05004 (CAC s/n 333, Hull #503, Seq ab 093)  to RAF as Catalina III FP531. SOC Aug 3, 1944
				05005 (CAC s/n 334, Hull #504, Seq ab 094)  to RAF as Catalina III FP532.  Returned to USN Dec 13, 1945
				05006 (CAC s/n 335, Hull #505, Seq ab 095)  to RAF as Catalina III FP533. SOC Aug 3, 1944.
				05007 (CAC s/n 336, Hull #506, Seq ab 096)  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.
				05008 (CAC s/n 337, Hull #507, Seq ab 097) (VP-42) damaged during Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Alaska Jun 4, 1942
				05009 (CAC s/n 338, Hull #508, Seq ab 098) to USAAF as 42-109021
				05010 (CAC s/n 339, Hull #509, Seq ab 099) to RAF as Catalina III FP535. Missing from search mission
					Nov 5, 1942
				05011 (CAC s/n 340, Hull #510, Seq ab 100) 
				05012 (CAC s/n 341, Hull #511, Seq ab 101) to RAF as Catalina III FP536.  SOC Aug 3, 1944.
				05013 (CAC s/n 342, Hull #512, Seq ab 102) went missing 10/2/1943, Gulf of Mexico.  9 MIA.
				05014 (CAC s/n 343, Hull #513, Seq ab 103) (VP-61) damaged on landing at Adak, Alaska Jun 17, 1943.  Towed to Constantine Harbor
					at Amchitka, Alaska for repairsl
				05015 (CAC s/n 344, Hull #514, Seq ab 104) (VP-53) sank off Funafuti in South Pacific after hard landing in rough seas while attempting 
					to rescue P-39 pilot 12/19/1943.  Crew were rescued, aircraft was a total loss.
				05016 (CAC s/n 345, Hull #515, Seq ab 105) 
				05017 (CAC s/n 346, Hull #516, Seq ab 106) 
				05018 (CAC s/n 347, Hull #517, Seq ab 107) (VP-24) spun in during training exercise near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 5/18/1942.  Pilot and 8 killed.
				05019 (CAC s/n 348, Hull #518, Seq ab 108) 
				05020 (CAC s/n 349, Hull #519, Seq ab 109) assigned to FAW-2 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 15, 1942
				05021 (CAC s/n 350, Hull #520, Seq ab 110) to NV-18444, N18444, VP-BAR, VP-JAU, CF-HFL Nov 3, 1953, then in Atlantic 
					Canada Air Museum, Halifax, NS, Canada.
				05022 (CAC s/n 351, Hull #521, Seq ab 111) 
				05023 (CAC s/n 352, Hull #522, Seq ab 112)  missing on navigation flight Jun 5, 1942, Gulf of Mexico.  7 MIA
				05024 (CAC s/n 353, Hull #523, Seq ab 113) 
				05025 (CAC s/n 354, Hull #524, Seq ab 114)  (VP-24) forced to land at sea during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  Crew picked up, aircraft was sunk
				05026 (CAC s/n 355, Hull #525, Seq ab 115)  (VP-12) missing 6/13/1942 on patrol out of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
				05027 (CAC s/n 356, Hull #526, Seq ab 116)  (VP-24) crashed 12/13/1942 off Mokapuu Pt, Oahu,Hawaii. 6 killed, 2 injured.
				05028 (CAC s/n 357, Hull #527, Seq ab 117) 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 (CAC s/n 358, Hull #528, Seq ab 118)  to NC68713
				05030 (CAC s/n 359, Hull #529, Seq ab 119) 
				05031 (CAC s/n 360, Hull #530, Seq ab 120) 
				05032 (CAC s/n 361, Hull #531, Seq ab 121) hit submerged reef landing at entrance to Salem USCGAS 10/22/1944.
					To Peruvian AF as FAP 27 Mar 1947 - w/o 06 Aug 1955 lost in the ocean west of the coast on a patrol 
					mission from Chiclayo to Talara
				05033 (CAC s/n 362, Hull #532, Seq ab 122) 
				05034 (CAC s/n 363, Hull #533, Seq ab 123) 
				05035 (CAC s/n 364, Hull #534, Seq ab 124) 
				05036 (CAC s/n 365, Hull #535, Seq ab 125) to USAAF as 42-109022 
				05037 (CAC s/n 366, Hull #536, Seq ab 126) 
				05038 (CAC s/n 367, Hull #537, Seq ab 127)  (VP-20) sank in deep water near Copalis Beach, WA after landing 4/3/1943.
				05039 (CAC s/n 368, Hull #538, Seq ab 128)  (VP-24) lost off Hawaii Sep 30, 1942
				05040 (CAC s/n 369, Hull #539, Seq ab 129)  (VJ-2) hit submerged object in water on takeoff at Espiritu Santo and exploded 8/19/1943.  2 killed, 9 survived.
				05041 (CAC s/n 370, Hull #540, Seq ab 130)  (VJ-14) hit coral head and sank off NAS Pearl Harbor 5/18/1945.  Crew and passengers unhurt.
				05042 (CAC s/n 371, Hull #541, Seq ab 131)  assigned to MAG-13 lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 11, 1945
				05043 (CAC s/n 372, Hull #542, Seq ab 132)  (VJ-2) crashed during non-combat mission 2/20/1944 due to unknown cause.  SOC.
				05044 (CAC s/n 373, Hull #543, Seq ab 133)  Crashed in Laguna Mountains, CA 13 Feb 1942.
				05045 (CAC s/n 374, Hull #544, Seq ab 134)  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 Bulletin Co. as 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 Aero Leasing as 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.  Registered as NC30086. To the Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled 22Aug49. 
					To Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, 
					Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				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). Babb & Co, New York. United Nations Operation in the Congo (UNOC) 
					2Mar61 as 211. 3 Squadron, UN Air Transport Force, N’Dolo Airport, Léopoldville, Republic of Congo. 
					Damaged by ground fire coming in to land at Manono, Tanganyika Province Dec61. 
					The left engine and both wing fuel tanks were damaged. Stored Mar62. SOC 1Apr62
					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).  To the Babb Company, Glendale, CA. 
					Registration cancelled Aug49. To Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by 
					Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				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.  MSN 4955.  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.  MSN 4956.  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
				05235	(MSN 75-6409)
				05236	(MSN 75-6410)
				05237	(MSN 75-6411)
				05238	(MSN 75-6412) Registered as N69991; current [Oct20].
				05239	(MSN 75-6413)
				05240	(MSN 75-6414)
				05241	(MSN 75-6415) Registered as N4871N. Substantially damaged when the pilot failed to 
					maintain directional control during takeoff caused by a flat tail wheel tire and 
					struck a dirt bank at Southport Airport, Rosemont, MN 4May71. Registered as N25LF; current [Oct20].
				05242	(MSN 75-6416) 	Registered as N4637N; current [Oct20].
				05243	(MSN 75-6417)
				05244	(MSN 75-6418)
				05245 (MSN 75-6419) registered as N65543.  Crashed and destroyed during aerobatics when the airplane 
					struck the bed of a dry lake at Jean, NV 19Feb77. Rebuilt and airworthy by Oct80. 
					Damaged when a lower wing tip struck the windshield of a stopped van when taxying at Chino, CA 1Dec84. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				05246	(MSN 75-6420)
				05247	(MSN 75-6421)
				05248	(MSN 75-6422) Registered 20Sep49 as N65988; cancelled 22Oct70.
				05249	(MSN 75-6423)
				05250	(MSN 75-6424)
				05251	(MSN 75-6425) Registered as N4544N; current [Oct20].
				05252	(MSN 75-6426)
				05253	(MSN 75-6427)
				05254	(MSN 75-6428) Registered as N75101; cancelled 7Feb92 on export to Sweden. Registration SE-BOB 
					reserved 7Jun95.
				05255	(MSN 75-6429)
				05256	(MSN 75-6430) Registered as N4861N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					fertilizing rice when the engine failed caused by water in the fuel pulling up at the 
					end of a swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing at Ganado, TX 31May66. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating rice when the airplane 
					struck power lines surveying a field at Ganado, TX 11Apr67 (pilot killed). 
					Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 8Aug12.
				05257	(MSN 75-6431)
				05258	(MSN 75-6432) Registered as N4428N; current [Oct20].
				05259	(MSN 75-6433)
				05260	(MSN 75-6434)
				05261	(MSN 75-6435)
				05262	(MSN 75-6436)
				05263	(MSN 75-6437)
				05264	(MSN 75-6438)
				05265	(MSN 75-6439)
				05266	(MSN 75-6440) Registered as N64965; current [Oct20].
				05267	(MSN 75-6441) Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 28Dec46 as 0124. Escuadrilla 
					de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-25. 
					Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 3; code 3-E-24. 
					Later as code 3-EN-7. WFU 1960. Registered as LV-GLW; current [Jul20]. Restored as code 1-E-26.
					Conflict:
					Quoted as MSN 75-6441, BuAer 05307
				05268	(MSN 75-6442) Registered 6May46 as NC52587; cancelled 29Nov48.
				05269	(MSN 75-6443) Registered 7Sep49 as N75756; cancelled 18Apr55.
				05270	(MSN 75-6444) Registered as N79124. Modified as A75L300. Damaged when 
					nosed over on a snow covered runway at El Reno, OK 17Jan87. Registration current [Oct20].
				05271	(MSN 75-6445)
				05272	(MSN 75-6446) Registered 18Mar48 as NC4553N; cancelled 27Mar51.
				05273	(MSN 75-6447)
				05274	(MSN 75-6448)
				05275	(MSN 75-6449)
				05276	(MSN 75-6450) Registered as N65114; cancelled 30Apr13.
				05278	(MSN 75-6452) Registered 11Oct49 as N75601; cancelled 27Sep50.
				05279	(MSN 75-6453) Registered as N52598. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					seeding grain fields when the left landing gear struck farm machinery during takeoff 
					from Tharps private airstrip at Belzoni, MS 2Nov67. Registration cancelled 27Oct14.
				05280	(MSN 75-6454) Registered as N64385. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for 
					the Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957-58; 
					sprayer code 206. Registration cancelled 10Sep13 on export to the Netherlands. 
					Restoration with Aero Service at Lelystad, Netherlands.
				05281	(MSN 75-6455) Registered as N64071; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Apr18.
				05282	(MSN 75-6456)
				05283	(MSN 75-6457)
				05284	(MSN 75-6458) Registered as N9198R; cancelled 6May75 on export to Canada. Registered as C-GZAL. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application when the propeller governor failed just after 
					takeoff and the airplane nosed over during the forced landing 1978. 
					Registration cancelled 27May82. Registered 3Mar93 as C-GZAL; current [Oct20]. Restoration project 
					at Lacombe, Alberta, Canada.  Now owned by Dan Jones.
				05285	(MSN 75-6459) Registered 7Sep48 as NC73563; cancelled 20Dec51.
				05286	(MSN 75-6460)
				05287	(MSN 75-6461)
				05288	(MSN 75-6462)
				05289	(MSN 75-6463)
				05290	(MSN 75-6464)
				05291	(MSN 75-6465)
				05292	(MSN 75-6466)
				05293	(MSN 75-6467) Registered as N4577N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					fertilizing rice when the landing gear struck a telephone pole during the downwind turn 
					to land at Beaumont Airport, TX 28May70. Registration cancelled 17May88. 
					Registered 12Sep11 as C-FOXU; cancelled 14Dec18. Registered 22Jan19 as C-FOXU; current [Oct20].
				05294	(MSN 75-6468)
				05295	(MSN 75-6469)
				05296	(MSN 75-6470) Registered as N75579; cancelled 19Jun57 on export to Canada. Registered 20Jun57 as CF-JRK. 
					Air Spray Ltd, Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot 
					selected an unsuitable area for a landing, the landing gear dug into soft ground and the airplane 
					nosed over on a farm six miles southwest of Kelsey, Alberta 22Jun57. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application when the airplane struck power lines during spraying for mosquito 
					control 2 km north of Wetaskiwin Airport, Alberta 25Apr58. Crashed five miles south of Mercoal, 
					Alberta 3Aug65. The pilot was fighting a small fire located about six miles west of Mercoal. 
					During the firebombing run the left wing struck a tree and separated from the airplane which 
					then crashed through a densely wooded area for a distance of 360 feet until it struck the ground. 
					Pilot was seriously injured and the aircraft was destroyed. The accident area, on the west side 
					of a hill, was rugged and covered with a dense stand of evergreen trees. Registration cancelled 24Sep65.
				05297	(MSN 75-6471)
				05298	(MSN 75-6472)
				05299	(MSN 75-6473) Registered as N4658N. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					cotton when the airplane struck a moving truck when landing on a gravel road at Ripley, CA 14Aug69. 
					Sale reported 1Nov80, cancelled 27Nov12.
				05300	(MSN 75-6474)
				05301	(MSN 75-6475)
				05302	(MSN 75-6476) Registered as N4604N; cancelled 6Mar52.
				05303	(MSN 75-6477)
				05304	(MSN 75-6478)
				05305	(MSN 75-6479)
				05306	(MSN 75-6480)
				05307	(MSN 75-6481) Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 28Dec46 as 0124. Escuadrilla de 
					Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-25. 
					Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 3; code 3-E-24. 
					Later as code 3-EN-7. WFU 1960. Registered as LV-GLW; current [Jul20]. Restored as code 1-E-26.
					Conflict:
					Quoted as MSN 75-6441, BuAer 05307
				05308	(MSN 75-6482)
				05309	(MSN 75-6483)
				05310	(MSN 75-6484) Registered as N450V; current [Oct20].
				05311	(MSN 75-6485)
				05312	(MSN 75-6486)
				05313	(MSN 75-6487) Registered as N65381; current [Oct20].
				05314	(MSN 75-6488) Delivered to US Navy Aug42. NAS Grosse Ile, Detroit, MI. NAS Norman, OK 1944. 
					SOC Oct46. Registered as NC61210. Converted for crop spraying c1950. Restored as a standard 
					Stearman 1991. Registration cancelled 19Dec07 on export to Australia. Registered 24Dec07 as 
					VH-EYC; current [Oct20].
				05315 (MSN 75-6489) dove in 2 miles E of airfield Oct 14, 1943
					injuring Royal Navy pilot who later died in hospital.
				05316	(MSN 75-6490)
				05317	(MSN 75-6491) Registered as N75218; current [Oct20].
				05318	(MSN 75-6492)
				05319	(MSN 75-6493) Registered as NC5152N; cancelled 23Aug48.
				05320	(MSN 75-6494)
				05321	(MSN 75-6495)
				05322	(MSN 75-6496)
				05323	(MSN 75-6497)
				05324	(MSN 75-6498)
				05325	(MSN 75-6499) Registered as N5050V. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					rice when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at
					Maxwell, CA 19Jun70. The wire strike severed an oil line obscuring the windshield and restricting 
					the pilot’s view. The airplane nosed over during the forced landing on wet, soft ground close 
					to Moller Airport. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying forests for 
					mosquito control when the engine failed prior to landing at the end of a swathe run 
					and struck trees during the forced landing at Colusa, CA 18Sep74 (1INJ). The spray 
					equipment agitator propeller failed and cut the fuel line causing fuel starvation. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application when, during the takeoff roll from a 
					local farm strip, the aircraft veered to the right and went off the runway into a small 
					ditch and flipped over at Maxwell, CA 7May82. Registration current [Oct20].
				05326	(MSN 75-6500)
				05327	(MSN 75-6501)
				05328	(MSN 75-6502)
				05329	(MSN 75-6503) Registered as N67551. Substantially damaged during aerial application seeding 
					grain fields when the engine lost power caused by impeller failure pulling up at the end of a 
					swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing at Corcoran, CA 10Feb64. Registered as N14GC. 
					Sponsoring Jelly Belly. Substantially damaged when ground looped and nosed over landing at 
					Vacaville, CA 22Jan22. The purpose of the flight was to practice stop-and-go landings. 
					The airplane took off and made a standard traffic pattern to land. The airplane touched 
					down on the numbers with both main wheels. When the tail wheel touched down, the pilot 
					felt a gust of wind from the east which tipped the left wing down. He attempted to correct 
					with right aileron, but when the wings became level the right wheel exited the runway 
					surface and sunk into the mud. The airplane nosed over substantially damaging the rudder. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				05330	(MSN 75-6504)
				05331	(MSN 75-6505) Registered as N4894N. Substantially damaged during aerial application seeding 
					pasture when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion after the pilot became lost and 
					force landed near Magnet, TX 22Apr64. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					fertilizing rice when the engine failed caused by a faulty carburettor pulling up at 
					the end of a swathe run. The pilot stalled the airplane to avoid power lines and landed 
					hard in the forced landing near Cole Air Park, Bay City, TX 31Mar66. Registration cancelled 8Aug12.
				05332	(MSN 75-6506) Registered as N70036. Medford Air Services, Medford, OR. Operated for Canadian 
					Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 89. 
					Registration cancelled 26Jun59 on export to Canada. 
				05333	(MSN 75-6507) Registered 1Dec48 as N64635; cancelled 25Oct55.
				05334	(MSN 75-6508) Registered as N67955. Registered 21Jan54 as EC-AID. SAASA Servicios Agrícolas 
					Aéreos, S.A.; code 2. Registration cancelled 18Apr83. WFU 1983/89. Registered 10Aug89 as G-BRHB; 
					cancelled 3Aug05.
				05335	(MSN 75-6509) Registered as N52586; current [Oct20].
				05336	(MSN 75-6510) Registered 27Sep49 as N64966; cancelled 17Feb56.
				05337	(MSN 75-6511)
				05338	(MSN 75-6512) Registered as N65355. The Stearman sat for years in the 60s on the south end 
					of Pylon Airport in Arlington, TX; it was flown out in 1975. Sustained substantial damage 
					during the landing roll as the right main gear collapsed when the airplane ground looped 
					and came to rest in the grass along the east side of the runway at Burnet, TX 31Jul93. 
					Accident during an air show at Tampa North Aero Park (X39) Tampa, Florida 19Oct13. 
					One parachutist sustained fatal injuries when his parachute did not fully deploy. 
					The planned jump was briefed with the parachutists prior to the departure; the parachutists 
					were to reside on the lower wing of the airplane after takeoff until reaching 2,800 feet 
					mean sea level (msl), and then depart the airplane to parachute onto the airfield. 
					At approximately 1,000 feet msl, the right wing parachutist exited the aircraft in a 
					stable and controlled jump posture prior to the planned jumping altitude. The pilot 
					stated that he was in a left turn and located the parachutist visually, and that the 
					parachutist was in perfect form and body position after departure from the airplane. 
					The pilot stated that he did not know why the parachutist left the plane prematurely, 
					and why he took so long to open his parachute. The pilot mentioned that the accident 
					parachutist pushed off of the airplane and did not slip or fall. The witness parachutist 
					on the left wing stated that about 30 minutes before the jump demonstration, the accident 
					parachutist asked the pilot if he could stand on the wing instead of sitting in the front seat. 
					The witness parachutist stated that he thought it was a good idea too and agreed to stand 
					on the left wing during the jump. He added that the pilot agreed to let the parachutists 
					depart from the left and right wings and he was surprised when the accident parachutist 
					departed the airplane before reaching the planned altitude of 2,800 feet msl. 
					The witness parachutist climbed into the front seat after the accident and before the 
					airplane returned to X39. During landing at Lakeland, FL 9Apr16, the passenger 
					accidently interfered with the control stick when a crosswind gust spooked her. 
					This caused the right wing to graze the runway sustaining minor damage to the aileron
					and wing tip. Registration current [Oct20].
				05339	(MSN 75-6513)
				05340	(MSN 75-6514)
				05341	(MSN 75-6515) Registered as N2560C; revoked 14Jan77. Crashed and destroyed during aerial a
					pplication spraying cotton when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of 
					a swathe run at Edcouch, TX 26Jul68 (pilot killed). Registered 8Jan04 as N2560C; current [Oct20].
				05342	(MSN 75-6516)
				05343	(MSN 75-6517) Registered as N5497E; current [Oct20].
				05344	(MSN 75-6518) Registered as XB-NUH; restoration project [2020].
				05345	(MSN 75-6519)
				05346	(MSN 75-6520) Mid air collision Jan 10, 1945, killing Royal Navy pilot. Identity of other plane not known.
				05347	(MSN 75-6521) Registered 14Feb49 as N75762; cancelled 28Feb49.
				05348	(MSN 75-6522)
				05349	(MSN 75-6523)
				05350	(MSN 75-6524) Registered as N64913; cancelled 27Jan55 on export to Peru.
				05351	(MSN 75-6525)
				05352	(MSN 75-6526) Registered as XB-LOR.
					Conflict:
					XB-LOR also reported as MSN 75-6486 [BuAer 05312] and BuAer 05316 [MSN 75-6490].
				05353	(MSN 75-6527)
				05354	(MSN 75-6528) Registered as N17693; cancelled 18May15.
				05355	(MSN 75-6529)
				05356	(MSN 75-6530) Registered 8Oct47 as NC74682; cancelled 12Oct55.
				05357	(MSN 75-6531)
				05358	(MSN 75-6532)
				05359	(MSN 75-6533)
				05360	(MSN 75-6534) Registered as N64650; current [Oct20].
				05361	(MSN 75-6535)
				05362	(MSN 75-6536)
				05363	(MSN 75-6537) Registered as N65344; expired 31Mar12, cancelled 14Jun17.
				05364	(MSN 75-6538)
				05365	(MSN 75-6539) Registered as N51071. Simsbury Flying Services, Simsbury, CT. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; 
					sprayer code 100. Reregistered 1956 as N91X. Reregistered Apr63 as N122Q. Restoration 
					started 1983; first post-restoration flight 2005. Modifications included the installation 
					of a 450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior engine. Registration current [Oct20].
				05366	(MSN 75-6540) Registered 2Oct47 as NC65303; cancelled 17Feb56.
				05367	(MSN 75-6541)
				05368	(MSN 75-6542)
				05369	(MSN 75-6543) NAS Minneapolis, MN. Flown twice by US President George H.W. Bush when 
					he was a naval aviation cadet at NAS Minneapolis Jan43. Registered 1Nov49 as N75032. 
					Substantially damaged when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during landing, 
					ground looped trying to avoid parked aircraft and nosed over at Sky Harbor Airport, 
					Northbrook, IL 12May72. Registered 22Oct92 to United States Department of the Navy 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Registration cancelled 18Aug99. 
					Displayed at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Renamed National Naval Aviation Museum. 
				05370	(MSN 75-6544) Registered 12Nov48 as N57590; cancelled 7Mar56.
				05371	(MSN 75-6545)
				05372	(MSN 75-6546)
				05373	(MSN 75-6547) Registered as N69626; current [Oct20].
				05374	(MSN 75-6548)
				05375	(MSN 75-6549)
				05376	(MSN 75-6550) Registered as N5005V. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
					spraying potatoes when the airplane flew under power lines and struck a TV mast support 
					cable during a swathe run at Wasco, CA 16May75 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 27Jun75.
				05377	(MSN 75-6551) Registered as N75569; current [Oct20].
				05378	(MSN 75-6552) Registered 20Aug48 as N69238; cancelled 15Mar56.
				05379	(MSN 75-6553)
				05380	(MSN 75-6554)
				05381	(MSN 75-6555)
				05382	(MSN 75-6556) Registered as N75637; expired 19Sep12, cancelled 20Feb18. Registered 30Mar18 as N75637; 
					Sale reported 16Jan19, cancelled 18Oct19.
				05383	(MSN 75-6557)
				05384	(MSN 75-6558) Registered as N64586. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
					pasture when the engine failed during a swathe run and struck ditches during the forced 
					landing at Parnell, TX 11May73. Registration cancelled 7May74.
				05385	(MSN 75-6559) Registered as N60398. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 19Nov80.
				05386	(MSN 75-6560) Registered as N63708. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting rice 
					when the pilot delayed a decision to abort takeoff because of thunderstorm activity and the 
					airplane struck a fence at a private airstrip at Victoria, TX 19May64. Substantially damaged d
					uring aerial application dusting rice when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and 
					stalled during takeoff from a prepared landing area at Palacious, TX 15Oct65. Registration 
					revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17.
				05387	(MSN 75-6561) Registered as N75035; current [Oct20]. 
					Conflict:
					Also reported as registered as XB-BIO. [XB-BIO was registered May67 as a Piper Pawnee]
				05388	(MSN 75-6562) Registered as N9906H. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
					cotton when the pilot flew under wires, the airplane struck the cotton crop during a swathe 
					run and nosed over at Vienna, GA 21Oct66 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 1Dec14.
				05389	(MSN 75-6563)
				05390	(MSN 75-6564)
				05391	(MSN 75-6565)
				05392	(MSN 75-6566) Registered as N4435N; sale reported to Canada 8Oct09, cancelled 25Oct12.
				05393	(MSN 75-6567)
				05394	(MSN 75-6568)
				05395	(MSN 75-6569)
				05396	(MSN 75-6570) Registered as N63710; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 6Aug13.
				05397	(MSN 75-6571) Registered as N64974. Registered as N769WM. Reregistered 13Nov06 as N220PT; current [Oct20].
				05398	(MSN 75-6572) Registered as N64979. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
					when the airplane struck a hole in the pasture being used as a loading area and nosed over landing 
					at Powhatten, LA 14Jan67. Registration cancelled 6May74 on export to Mexico.
				05399	(MSN 75-6573) Registered 8Aug47 as NC66145; cancelled 24Oct55.
				05400	(MSN 75-6574) Registered 31Jul46 as NC65557. Registered as N54173; current [Oct20].
				05401	(MSN 75-6575) Registered as N64956; cancelled 20Jan56 on export to Mexico.
				05402	(MSN 75-6576)
				05403	(MSN 75-6577)
				05404	(MSN 75-6578)
				05405	(MSN 75-6579)
				05406	(MSN 75-6580)
				05407	(MSN 75-6581)
				05408	(MSN 75-6582) Registered 23Jan47 as NC75757; cancelled 22May50 on export to Mexico.
				05409	(MSN 75-6583)
				05410	(MSN 75-6584)
				05411	(MSN 75-6585)
				05412	(MSN 75-6586) Registered as N62598. Modified as A75L300. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application dusting potatoes when the engine failed caused by carburettor icing during a 
					swathe run and struck power lines during the forced landing at Grand Forks, ND 11Aug65. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				05413	(MSN 75-6587)
				05414	(MSN 75-6588) Registered as N1301M. To San Diego Air and Space Museum, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 1979. 
					Exhibited at San Diego Air and Space Museum. Registered 1Jun93 to the San Diego AeroSpace Museum. 
					Registration cancelled 21Jun12.
					Conflict:
					Flown in 1936 by then Lt Greg "Pappy" Boyington.  Unlikely, the airplane wasn’t built until 1942. 
				05415	(MSN 75-6589) Registered as N75811; current [Oct20].
				05416	(MSN 75-6590)	Registered as N79535. Substantially damaged when the engine failed during 
					takeoff and nosed over during the forced landing on a grassy area at Medina, OH 9Jul87. 
					Sale reported 27Aug20. Frame stored at Antwerp - Deurne, Belgium [noted Jan17].
				05417	(MSN 75-6591)
				05418	(MSN 75-6592)
				05419	(MSN 75-6593)
				05420	(MSN 75-6594)
				05421	(MSN 75-6595)
				05422	(MSN 75-6596)
				05423	(MSN 75-6597)
				05424	(MSN 75-6598) Registered 26Jan48 as N75233; cancelled 16Jan50.
				05425	(MSN 75-6599)
				05426	(MSN 75-6600) Registered as N69761. Substantially damaged while practicing for slow flight 
					when the engine failed caused by carburettor icing and stalled into trees during the forced 
					landing at Prairie View, IL 5Jul70. Registered as N16SD; current [Oct20].
				05427	(MSN 75-6601) Registered as N62591; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				05428	(MSN 75-6602)
				05429	(MSN 75-6603)
				05430	(MSN 75-6604)
				05431	(MSN 75-6605) Registered 16Sep47 as NC73480; cancelled 9Aug51.
				05432	(MSN 75-6606)
				05433	(MSN 75-6607) Registered as N9744H; current [Oct20].
				05434	(MSN 75-6608) 	Registered as N75761. Damaged when the right brake failed and the airplane 
					ground looped landing at Zellwood, FL 25Oct97. Registration current [Oct20]
05435/05526		North American SNJ-3 Texan
				Ordered by USAAF as AT-6A; order cancelled 31Mar42 and production diverted to US Navy
				05435/05472 (MSN 78-7264/7301) ex USAAF 41-16886/16923
					05435 (MSN 78-7264) 
					05436 (MSN 78-7265) 
					05437 (MSN 78-7266) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy/Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0208. 
						Renamed as Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-220. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; code 5-A-5. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-219. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4, Base Aeronaval Punta 
						Indio, Verónica; code 4-G-70. SOC 1970. Delivered to the Aeroclube Coronel Pringles, 
						province of Buenos Aires; vandalized over the years and subsequently disappeared. 
						Registered 1994 as N547W as a North American/Crosser G AT6A; current [Jul19]. 
						Exhibited at the Ghost Squadron, Central Texas Wing Commemorative Air Force, San Marcos, TX
					05438 (MSN 78-7267) 
					05439 (MSN 78-7268) to civil registry in 1946 as NC65718.  Cancelled
					05440 (MSN 78-7269) 
					05441 (MSN 78-7270) Registered 1946 as NC64916; N64916. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16239. 
						F 14 Wing, Halmstad 8Jul52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) 
						(F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					05442 (MSN 78-7271) 
					05443 (MSN 78-7272) Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and 
						Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO].  To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-6/91
					05444 (MSN 78-7273) to civil registry in 1946 as NC58414.  New Jersey Tow Banner & Cargo 
						Company, Newark, NJ 1946. Registered as N58414. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 11Apr52]. Government of Israel Supply Mission 11Apr52. 
						To Israeli Defense Force Air Force
					05445 (MSN 78-7274) Registered 1946 as NC64858; N64858; cancelled 6Aug53. 
						North American Aviation. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					05446 (MSN 78-7275) 
					05447 (MSN 78-7276) 
					05448 (MSN 78-7277) 
					05449 (MSN 78-7278) Registered 1946 as NC65531. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA 1946. Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.3Mar48. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					05450 (MSN 78-7279) to civil registry as NC75196; N75196; cancelled 1Nov60
					05451 (MSN 78-7280) 
					05452 (MSN 78-7281) 
					05453 (MSN 78-7282) 
					05454 (MSN 78-7283) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 3Feb47 as 1400. Base Aérea de Porto 
						Alegre, RS. 2nd  Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 31Oct74.  
					05455 (MSN 78-7284) 
					05456 (MSN 78-7285) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66257.  Exported by Jan 26, 1949
					05457 (MSN 78-7286) Registered 3Jul46 as NC52075; N52075; cancelled 20Mar50. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 20Dec49
					05458 (MSN 78-7287) Registered 1946 as NC60348; N60348. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16201. 
						F 12 Wing, KalMar 20Aug51. Crash landed at KalMar 17Apr52. Force landed with engine 
						malfunction at Od, 20km northwest of Ulricehamn, on a flight from KalMar to Säve 12Aug54; 
						upon inspection of the engine after failure, the compressor wheel was found to be 
						loose on the shaft. Stored 11Aug55. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) 
						(F 3 Jägarvallen) 3Dec56. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1957 as 0399. Escuadrilla de 
						Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-208. 
						Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-208
					05459 (MSN 78-7288) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60840.  Cancelled
					05460 (MSN 78-7289) Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Woodward Field, Camden, SC. 
						To have been acquired by Honduran Government Nov45 for use by Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 
						but export license denied by US State Department. Extant at Camden 28May46. 
						American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1492. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ   
					05461 (MSN 78-7290) Registered 1946 as NC65428; N65428. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16204. 
						F 12 Wing, KalMar 24Sep51. Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 1Oct53. 
						Crash landed 150m from the field boundary at Söderhamn 5Oct53. SOC 19Dec53. 
						Registered 1963 as N65428 to Trade-Ayer Inc., Linden, NJ; deregistered 14Jan71, cancelled 22Nov17. . 
					05462 (MSN 78-7291) 
					05463 (MSN 78-7292) 
					05464 (MSN 78-7293) 
					05465 (MSN 78-7294) 
					05466 (MSN 78-7295) 
					05467 (MSN 78-7296) Registered 1946 as NC62478; N62478. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-81/93
					05468 (MSN 78-7297) to civil registry in 1946 as NC58243.  Cancelled.
					05469 (MSN 78-7298) Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA. 
						Sold by Foreign Liquidation Commission to Peru.
						To  Peruvian Air Force/Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Jul46 as 387. 
						Ferried from USA to Chiclayo, Peru arriving 20Jul46  
					05470 (MSN 78-7299) 
					05471 (MSN 78-7300) to civil registry in 1946 as NC60726.  Cancelled
					05472 (MSN 78-7301) Registered 1946 as NC66238; N66238. Registered 13Oct49 
						to Trade-Ayer Inc., Linden, NJ; cancelled 13Oct55
				05473/05526 (MSN 78-7318/7371) ex USAAF 41-16940/16993
					05473 (MSN 78-7318) 
					05474 (MSN 78-7319) 
					05475 (MSN 78-7320) 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
					05476 (MSN 78-7321) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66002.  Cancelled
					05477 (MSN 78-7323) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66242.  Cancelled
					05478 (MSN 78-7323) Registered 1946 as NC66127. Southern Aircraft Sales & Export Company, 
						Miami, FL 1946. Registered as N66127. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16219. 
						F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 8Apr52. F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 22May53. 
						Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 17Jan57. SOC 12Dec57. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					05479 (MSN 78-7324) Registered 1946 as NC69349; N69349. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16253. 
						F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 14Nov52. F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 9Oct53. 
						SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					05480 (MSN 78-7325) Registered 1946 as NC64165. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO 1946. 
						Registered as N64165. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950.
						To Lebanese Air Force c9Jan51. 
					05481 (MSN 78-7326) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Mar47 as 1401. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material 
						Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 3Jan55
					05482 (MSN 78-7327) Registered 1946 as NC64442. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. 
						Registered as N64442; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 28Mar50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					05483 (MSN 78-7328) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 3Feb47 as 1397. Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. 
						Accident at Cerro Azul, PR 1Oct52. SOC
					05484 (MSN 78-7329) Registered 1946 as NC79464; N79464. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 7Apr49. 
						Registration cancelled 28Jul50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					05485 (MSN 78-7330) Registered 1946 as NC58783; N58783. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16290. 
						F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 8Sep53. Damaged when ground looped at Kallinge 8Dec55. 
						SOC 12Apr56
					05486 (MSN 78-7331) 
					05487 (MSN 78-7332) Registered 6Aug46 as NC75403; N75403; cancelled 6Nov51. Scrapped
					05488 (MSN 78-7333) 
					05489 (MSN 78-7334) 
					05490 (MSN 78-7335) Registered 1946 as NC58272. Thor Solberg, Somerville, NJ. 
						To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret 3Mar49 as 7335; code M-BO. 
						Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo 3Mar49. Flygeskolen, 
						Gardermoen Apr50. 331 Skvadron, Værnes, Trondheim Aug50. Loaned to Flystasjon Sola, 
						Stavanger 1Mar52. Damaged when the landing gear failed to extend prior to landing at 
						Lista, Norway 19Jul52. LBSS, Lista Mar53. Dismantled and transported by road to 
						Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten. Kommunikasjonsving/LKV, Sola, Stavanger Nov53. 
						Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 10Aug55. 
						WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg to Torslanda, 
						Gothenburg, Sweden 21Sep55; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark 22Sep55; Eelde, 
						Netherlands 23Sep55; Laon and Orly, Paris, France 26Sep55; Lyon and Nice, 
						France 27Sep55; Pisa, Italy 30Sep55; Naples, Italy 1Oct55; Brindisi, Italy 3Oct55; 
						Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey 4Oct55. 
						TO Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 4Oct55 as 7356. WFU.
					05491 (MSN 78-7336) 
					05492 (MSN 78-7337) Registered 1946 as NC67012. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.2Nov48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and 
						Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. .  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-22/91.
					05493 (MSN 78-7338) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64792.  Cancelled
					05494 (MSN 78-7339) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government.
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1505. 
						Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.  
					05495 (MSN 78-7340) Registered 1946 as NC64366; N64366; cancelled 27Mar53. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 19Nov52. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G 
						rebuild programs
					05496 (MSN 78-7341) Registered 1946 as NC58225; N58225. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
						Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16235. 
						F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 25Jun52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) 
						(F 3 Jägarvallen) 19Jan57. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Registered 22Oct58 as SE-CHR to Svensk Flygtjänst AB, cancelled 11Sep61
					05497 (MSN 78-7342) crashed 8 mi SE of airfield Aug 29, 1942, killing two
						Royal Navy crew.
					05498 (MSN 78-7343) Registered 1946 as NC58780. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA.
						 Government of Pakistan 2Aug48. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					05499 (MSN 78-7344)
					05500 (MSN 78-7345) ex USAAF 41-16967.  Registered 1946 as NC90647; N90647; 
						cancelled [Export C of A issued 14Apr52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7641. Central Flying School, Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape.
						 WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. Longmont Aviation Company, 
						Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996. Registered 25Apr97 as N51531; 
						current [Aug19]. 
					05501 (MSN 78-7346) 
					05502 (MSN 78-7347) 
					05503 (MSN 78-7348) 
					05504 (MSN 78-7349) Registered 1946 as NC69184; N69184. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 11Jul49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					05505 (MSN 78-7350) Registered 1946 as NC62071; N62071; cancelled [Export C of A issued 19Mar52]. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7637. Registered 9Sep96 as ZU-BBF; current [Sep17
					05506 (MSN 78-7351) Registered 1946 as NC75136; N75136. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ 1946. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 11Jul49]. Government of Pakistan c.19Jul49. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					05507 (MSN 78-7352)Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA. 
						Sold by Foreign Liquidation Commission to Peru.
						To Peruvian Air Force/Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú Dec46 as 391. 
						Ferried from USA to Chiclayo, Peru arriving 21Dec46   
					05508 (MSN 78-7353) 
					05509 (MSN 78-7354) 
					05510 (MSN 78-7355) ex USAAF 41-16977.  Registered 1946 as NC56685; N56685. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA. Exported
					05511 (MSN 78-7356) Registered 1946 as NC65622; N65622. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16233. 
						F 11 Wing, Nyköping 16Jun52. Damaged when ground looped at Nyköping 1Sep55. SOC 8Nov55. 
					05512 (MSN 78-7357) 
					05513 (MSN 78-7358) Registered 1946 as NC64535; N64535. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 4Oct49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					05514 (MSN 78-7359) 
					05515 (MSN 78-7360) 
					05516 (MSN 78-7361) Registered 1946 as NC61437; N61437. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 24Mar49. Exported
					05517 (MSN 78-7362) 
					05518 (MSN 78-7363) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66927.  Cancelled
					05519 (MSN 78-7364) Registered 1946 as NC65560. Modified to single-seat racer configuration. 
						Registered as NX65560. Raced in National Air Races at Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #45; 
						pilot Betty Skelton, Tampa, FL. Cancelled
					05520 (MSN 78-7365) 
					05521 (MSN 78-7366) 
					05522 (MSN 78-7367) Registered 1946 as NC66431; N66431. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, 
						serial 16227. F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 3Apr52. F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 28Sep57. 
						SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Registered 7Oct58 as SE-CHS 
						to Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; used for schooling of SAS telegraphists and mechanics. 
						Registration cancelled 11Sep61
					05523 (MSN 78-7368) Registered 9Mar46 as NC55108; N55108; cancelled 4Dec51. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish 
						Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1951 as Sk 16B, serial 16206. 
						F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 2Oct51. Accident when ground looped, damaging the left 
						wing tip 2Aug55. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1957. 
						SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					05524 (MSN 78-7369) Registered 1946 as NC69725; N69725. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16264. 
						F 12 Wing, KalMar 10Mar53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0402. Escuela de Aviación 
						Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-242
					05525 (MSN 78-7370) 
					05526 (MSN 78-7371) 
05527/05674		North American SNJ-4 Texan
				05527/05656 MSN 88-9034/9163  (130)
					05527 (MSN 88-9034) Accepted by US Navy 30May42. Pensacola NAS, FL. 
						Anacostia NAS, Washington, DC. Pensacola NAS, FL
					05528 (MSN 88-9035) 
					05529 (MSN 88-9036) 
					05530 (MSN 88-9037) Registered 1946 as NC66146; N66146. 
						To Dominican Republic Air Force/Compañia de Aviación, Ejército Nacional Aug47 as 1308. 
						Renamed Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 15Jan48. Crashed 17Feb50
					05531 (MSN 88-9038) 
					05532 (MSN 88-9039) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 15May47 as 1428. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Modified to T-6G standard.
						Esquadrilha da Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 16Jun75. 
						Donated to Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1975 as 0149. 
						Grupo Aéreo de Entrenamiento y Transporte (GAET), Base Aerea Ñu Guasú, 
						Campo Grande, Asunción. Reserialled 1980 as 0110. Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. 
						WFU 1989. Scrapped
					05533 (MSN 88-9040)
					05534 (MSN 88-9041)  
					05535 (MSN 88-9042) Registered 2Aug46 as NC49467. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Oct49. 
						Registered 31Oct49 as N49467 to North American Aviation; cancelled 19Apr50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs.
					05536 (MSN 88-9043) 
					05537 (MSN 88-9044) to civil registry in 1946 as NC75421.  Cancelled 20Apr49
					05539 (MSN 88-9046) to civil registry in 1946 as NC75958.  Cancelled
					05540 (MSN 88-9047) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics Administration, 
						Washington, DC. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1301
					05541 (MSN 88-9048) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Registered 20Jun46 as NC316; 
						cancelled 14Jul48. Returned to US Navy.  Delivered to USAF Jun 21, 1948.  Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1302
					05542 (MSN 88-9049) Registered 1946 as NC69315; N69315. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-45/93
					05543 (MSN 88-9050) 
					05544 (MSN 88-9051) 
					05545 (MSN 88-9052) 
					05546 (MSN 88-9053) 
					05547 (MSN 88-9054) 
					05548 (MSN 88-9055) 
					05549 (MSN 88-9056) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 21Jun46. Registered as NC294; cancelled 2Apr47. 
						Salvaged 26Mar47. Reassembled using spare parts. Registered as NC194 to the 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration. Returned to US Navy. War Assets Administration. 
						Delivered to USAF 10Jun48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1303
					05550 (MSN 88-9057) 
					05551 (MSN 88-9058) Registered 1946 as NC79462; N79462. Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. 
						Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A E-20743 issued 12Aug52]. Government of México.
						To Mexican Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Mexicana c.28Aug52 as EAN-812
					05552 (MSN 88-9059) 
					05553 (MSN 88-9060) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64891. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 29Nov48. 
						Exported.
					05554 (MSN 88-9061) 
					05555 (MSN 88-9062) 
					05556 (MSN 88-9063) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 22Sep47 as 1462. Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. 
						Crashed en route Curitiba, PR to Porto Alegre, RS near São Francisco de Paula, RS 3Sep53 (1KIS:1INJ)
						Conflict:
						1462 also quoted as BuAer 05558 (MSN 88-9065)
					05557 (MSN 88-9064) 
					05558 (MSN 88-9065) 
					05559 (MSN 88-9066) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64352. Cancelled 29Dec47. Scrapped
					05560 (MSN 88-9067) 
					05561 (MSN 88-9068) 
					05562 (MSN 88-9069) 
					05563 (MSN 88-9070) 
					05564 (MSN 88-9071) 
					05565 (MSN 88-9072) 
					05566 (MSN 88-9073) 
					05567 (MSN 88-9074) 
					05568 (MSN 88-9075) to civil registry in 1946 as NC70068. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 16Mar49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs.
					05569 (MSN 88-9076) 
					05570 (MSN 88-9077) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard.
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jul47 as 1433. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Parque de Material Aeronáutico dos Afonsos, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. DBR 14Oct48.
						Conflict:
						1433 also quoted as BuAer 05577 (MSN 88-9084)
					05571 (MSN 88-9078) 
					05572 (MSN 88-9079) to civil registry in 1946 as NC4796N; N4796N. Remanufactured to 
						T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-83/93
					05573 (MSN 88-9080) 
					05574 (MSN 88-9081) 
					05575 (MSN 88-9082) to civil registry in 1946 as NC57584.  Cancelled
					05576 (MSN 88-9083) to civil registry in 1946 as NC65558.  Dallas Aero Service, Dallas, TX. 
						To Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Colombiana c.28Dec48 as 756
					05577 (MSN 88-9084) 
					05578 (MSN 88-9085) 
					05579 (MSN 88-9086) 
					05580 (MSN 88-9087) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 10Apr46. Registered as NC268. Returned to US Navy
					05581 (MSN 88-9088) 
					05582 (MSN 88-9089) 
					05583 (MSN 88-9090) 
					05584 (MSN 88-9091) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Registered 18Jul46 as NC331; 
						cancelled 23Jun48. Returned to US Navy 14May48. 
					05585 (MSN 88-9092) 
					05586 (MSN 88-9093) 
					05587 (MSN 88-9094) Modified with arrester gear for carrier training; redesignated as SNJ-4C. 
					05588 (MSN 88-9095) NAS ? 720 Upham, Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone. Detached to US Naval Attaché, Colombia
					05589 (MSN 88-9096) 
					05590 (MSN 88-9097) 
					05591 (MSN 88-9098) 
					05592 (MSN 88-9099) 
					05593 (MSN 88-9100) 
					05594 (MSN 88-9101) 
					05595 (MSN 88-9102) 
					05596 (MSN 88-9103) 
					05597 (MSN 88-9104) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics Administration, 
						Washington, DC 12Aug46. Registered as NC380; cancelled 9Jun48. Returned to US Navy 20May48
					05598 (MSN 88-9105)
					05599 (MSN 88-9106) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973. 
					05600 (MSN 88-9107) Registered 1946 as NC58270; N58270. Thor Solberg, Somerville, NJ. 
						To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret 9May49 as 9107; code M-BR. 
						Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo 9May49. 331 Skvadron, Værnes, 
						Trondheim 30Oct50. 334 Skvadron, Sola, Stavanger Mar52. During a training flight from 
						Fornebu to Sola, the aircraft crashed into the sea outside Foss Holmen at Møvig, west of 
						Kristiansand 29Apr52 (1KIS). The cause was believed to be low cloud cover so that the pilot 
						did not see the water surface. SOC 26Jun52
					05601 (MSN 88-9108)
					05602 (MSN 88-9109)  
					05603 (MSN 88-9110) Registered as N9560C; revoked 14Jan77. Noted derelict at Eagle 
						Field Museum, Firebaugh, CA 1993. Registered 9Nov07 as N9560C; current [Sep19]. 
					05604 (MSN 88-9111)
					05605 (MSN 88-9112)
					05606 (MSN 88-9113) Registered 1946 as NC56182; N56182; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 21Dec48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs.
					05607 (MSN 88-9114)
					05608 (MSN 88-9115) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 14Jun46. Registered as NC307. Returned to US Navy.
						Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1304
					05609 (MSN 88-9116) 
					05610 (MSN 88-9117) 
					05611 (MSN 88-9118) 
					05612 (MSN 88-9119) 
					05613 (MSN 88-9120) 
					05614 (MSN 88-9121) 
					05615 (MSN 88-9122) 
					05616 (MSN 88-9123) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy/Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0201. 
						Renamed as Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-213. Destroyed in an accident 5May49  
					05617 (MSN 88-9124) 
					05618 (MSN 88-9125) 
					05619 (MSN 88-9126) Registered 1946 as NC65712. 
						To Dominican Republic Air Force/Compañia de Aviación, Ejército Nacional Aug47 as 1306. 
						Renamed Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 15Jan48. Reserialled 1951 as 1007(1).
					05620 (MSN 88-9127) 
					05621 (MSN 88-9128) 
					05622 (MSN 88-9129) to civil registry as NC9526C; N9526C; cancelled 20Jul71
					05623 (MSN 88-9130) 
					05624 (MSN 88-9131) to civil registry in 1946 as NC55989 in Puerto Rico.  Cancelled
					05625 (MSN 88-9132) 
					05626 (MSN 88-9133) 
					05627 (MSN 88-9134) 
					05628 (MSN 88-9135) 
					05629 (MSN 88-9136) 
					05630 (MSN 88-9137) 
					05631 (MSN 88-9138) 
					05632 (MSN 88-9139) 
					05633 (MSN 88-9140) 
					05634 (MSN 88-9141) Registered 8Jul46 as NC52078; N52078. Spartan Aero Repair, 
						Camden, NJ 13Feb52. Cancelled 16May52 [Export Certificate dated 9May52]. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7658. Registered 18Jul96 as ZS-VTE; cancelled 12Sep03. 
						Registered 8Jul04 as C-FXSA; cancelled 12Jan09 on export to USA. Registered 19Jun09 as N540GM; 
						current [Sep19]. 
					05635 (MSN 88-9142) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy/Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0203. 
						Renamed as Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado,
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-215. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-205. SOC 1969. 
					05636 (MSN 88-9143) 
					05637 (MSN 88-9144) 
					05638 (MSN 88-9145) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. 
						Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1305. 
					05639 (MSN 88-9146) Registered 1946 as NC69185; N69185. Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. 
						Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A E-20744 issued 12Aug52]. Government of México. 
						To Mexican Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Aug52 as EAN-813
					05640 (MSN 88-9146) 
					05641 (MSN 88-9146) 
					05642 (MSN 88-9146) 
					05643 (MSN 88-9150) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66029.  Cancelled
					05644 (MSN 88-9151) 
					05645 (MSN 88-9152) 
					05646 (MSN 88-9153) Registered 1946 as NC67007; N67007. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.2Nov48. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF as F8-123/94 in 1951
					05647 (MSN 88-9154) 
					05648 (MSN 88-9155) to civil registry in 1946 as NC64632.  Cancelled
					05649 (MSN 88-9156) Registered 1946 as NC56684; N56684; cancelled [Export C of A issued 8Aug52]. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7678. Registered 29May97 as N7678Z; current [Oct19]. 
						Crashed at Lafayette, IN 27Nov99. Exhibited at the Ghost Squadron, Central Texas Wing 
						Commemorative Air Force, San Marcos, TX..
					05650 (MSN 88-9157) Registered 1946 as NC79128; N79128. De Ponti Aviation Company, 
						Minneapolis, MN. 
						To Venezuelan Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Venezolana 26Dec50
					05651 (MSN 88-9158) to civil registry in 1946 as NC65538.  Cancelled
					05652 (MSN 88-9159) Registered 30Sep46 as NC388; cancelled 23Jun48. 
						Returned to USN 14May48 as 05652
					05653 (MSN 88-9160) 
					05654 (MSN 88-9161) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 29Oct47 as 1481. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						En route Paranaguá, PR to Curitiba, PR, crashed into high ground on the 
						Serra do Veu da Noiva, northeast of Petrópolis, RJ 15Nov52 (1KIS:1DOI).
					05655 (MSN 88-9162) 
					05656 (MSN 88-9163) 
				05657/05674 MSN 88-9314/9331	(18)
					05657 (MSN 88-9314)
					05658 (MSN 88-9315)
					05659 (MSN 88-9316)
					05660 (MSN 88-9317)
					05661 (MSN 88-9318)
					05662 (MSN 88-9319)
					05663 (MSN 88-9320)
					05664 (MSN 88-9321)
					05665 (MSN 88-9322) VMSB-131, MCAS ? 61 Ewa, Oahu, TH. Written off South Pacific 19Mar43
					05666 (MSN 88-9323) NAS No 128 Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. Written off at Pearl Harbor 14Aug45. 
					05667 (MSN 88-9324) 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. Written off at Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 26Feb43
					05668 (MSN 88-9325) 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. Written off at Russell Islands, South Pacific 18May43
					05669 (MSN 88-9326) 
					05670 (MSN 88-9327) 
					05671 (MSN 88-9328) 
					05672 (MSN 88-9329) Registered 1946 as NC58251; N58251; cancelled 12Jan54. 
					05673 (MSN 88-9330) to civil registry in 1946 as NC52861.  Cancelled
					05674 (MSN 88-9331) 
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.  Reregistered as NC52801. Registered in Haiti
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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				05877 VGS-27(VC-39) 01/24/1943 Suwanee CVE-27   Fuel 
					exhaustion,ditched off New Caledonia in South Pacific; Crew rescued by USS Conway
				05881 (VT-100) lost off Hawaii Jul 14, 1944
				05885 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 26, 1942	
				05889 stalled during low-altitude turn near NAS
					Ft Lauderdale, FL Jul 26, 1943.
				05890 overside landing on USS Charger (CVE-30) 3/19/1943 Chesapeake Bay
				05892 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost enroute to Rabaul in South Pacific Nov 1, 1943
				05893 (VTB, OTU#1) midair during torpedo practice
					3 mi off shore of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL 
					11/23/1942.  Pilot OK, one killed.
				05897 (VMSB-143) lost off Russells in south Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				05898 (VMSB-143) lost in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				05899 (VMSB-143) lost off Guadalcanal Mar 14, 1943
				05901 (VMSB-143) lost off Guadalcanal Feb 1, 1943
				05902 (VC-9) attached to USS Bogue (CVE-9) in north Atlantic Jul 17, 1943
				05903 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in South Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				05905 (VMSB-143) lost off Russells in south Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				05907 (VMSB-134) lost off Peleilu in west central Pacific Nov 30, 1944
				05908 (VMSB-143) lost in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				05910 (VMSB-143) lost in South Pacific Apr 30, 1943
				05911 (VJ-2) lost off Treasury in South Pacific Aug 7, 1944
				05912 (VC-28) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jun 5, 1943
				05916 (VC-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Tarawa in central Pacific Sep 18, 1943
				05919 (VC-23) crashed off Hawaii after takeoff from USS Princeton (CVL-23)
					with depth charges Aug 28, 1943.  3 crew OK.
				05920 (VC-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Nov 5, 1943
				05923 (VC-26) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jul 18, 1943
				05927 (VTB, OTU#1) stalled on landing at NAS Ft
					Lauderdale, FL.  Pilot killed
				05934 (VTB,OTU#1) 01/02/43 Fl, Ft.Lauderdale 
					Familiarization flt; eng, force landed
				05936 (VMTB-443) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				05938 (VGS-11) attached to USS Altamaha (ACV-16) Dec 21, 1942 deck crash and went over the side 
					off New Caledonia in south Pacific
				05940 (VC-18) stalled during night landing at Whidbey
					Island, WA and crashed into Oak Harbor 3/5/1943.  
					Pilot killed
				05943 (VT-11) lost at Guadalcanal May 20, 1943
				05944 (VMSB-143) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				05949 (VT-11) lost at Guadalcanal May 28, 1943
				05952 (VGS-20) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost enroute to Recive in central Atlantic Jan 8, 1943
				05954 ditched in Lake Michigan December 1943 and salvaged early 1990s. 
					In 1997 was on display at Indiana Museum of Military History, Indianapolis, IN
				05955 VGS-27(VC-27) 10.02/10/1943 Suwanee take off 
					crashed; Crew rescued by USS Frazier
				05956 (CV-27) attached to USS Suwannee (ACV-27) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Feb 10, 1943
				05958 (VGS-27) attached to USS Suwannee (ACV-27) lost of Noumea in South Pacific Feb 28, 1943
				05962 (VT-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific May 20, 1943
				05963 (VGS-11) attached to USS Altamaha (ACV-18) lost in south Pacific Feb 8, 1943.  Another
					report has the plane having crashed off Pt. Loma, CA Jul 29, 1943.  3 killed.
				05964 (VMSB-143) lost at Guadalcanal Mar 14, 1943
				05966 (VMSB-143) lost at Guadalcanal Mar 14, 1943
				05968 (VC-1) bad catapult shot USS Card (ACV-11) enroute to Casablanca in central Atlantic, crashed,
					5/28/1943.  Pilot killed.
				05969 (VT-11) lost at Guadalcanal May 19, 1943
				05970 (VMSB-131) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 7, 1943
				05972 (VMSB-143) lost in South Pacific Apr 10, 1943
				05973 assigned to ARU SOLS lost in South Pacific Aug 11, 1944
				05976 assigned to CQTU/San Diego USS Long Island (CVE-1) lost in Pacific Feb 4, 1943; 
					Carrying out pactice carrier landings; fuel exhaustion, ditched
				05979 lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Sep 25, 1944
				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.
				05985 (VMSB-131) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 7, 1943
				05990 assignet to POOL at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost at Hawaii Jun 26, 1945
				05991 (VC-8) hit deck landing on USS Chenango (CVE-28) 5/22/1943
					and went overside off Solomons in south Pacific.  One killed.
				05992 (VT-110 lost in South Pacific Jul 18, 1943
				05994 (VJ-1) ditched off 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) 01/30/1943 Cuba Havana Harbor 
					Field; landing accident.  Another report has the plane being with VMSB-143 MAG-12 lost off Noumea in
					South Pacific Jan 30, 1943
				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.
				06015 (VC-9) attached to USS Bogue (ACV-9) lost in North Atlantic Jun 30, 1943
				06017 loaned to Royal Navy Mar 5, 1943, returned to USN Sep 24, 1943
				06018 (VC-26) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Mar 10, 1943
				06019 (VMSB-143) lost at Guadalcanal Mar 4, 1943
				06020 loaned to Royal Navy Mar 23, 1943, returned to USN Mar 1944
				06022 (VMSB-143) lost at Guadalcanal Mar 14, 1943
				06024 (VMTB-233) lost off Munda in South Pacific Dec 3, 1943
				06025 (VJ-10) lost Banika in South Pacific Jun 18, 1944
				06027 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in South Pacific Jun 26, 1943
				06035 VGS-29 (VC-29) hard landing off Recife, Brazil on USS Santee (ACV-29)  
					Feb 6, 1943.  Stripped for parts and SOC Feb 15, 1943
				06036 (VT-27) spun in on takeoff USS Suwannee (CVE-27) and lost in South Pacific
					Jun 9, 1943.
				06037 VGS-29 attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Recife, Brazil Feb 6, 1943  Crew 
					missing
				06039 lost at Guadalcanal Feb 26, 1943
				06041 (VT-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				06044 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Santa Cruz in south Pacific Oct 26, 1942
				06048 (VC-9) bad catapult shot off Uss Bogue (ACV-9) 2/16/1943
					and crashed in central Atlantic
				06051 loaned to Royal Navy Dec 26, 1942, returned to USN Jul 31, 1943.
				06052 VTB,OTU#1 Sep 2, 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.
				06067 (VT-27) lost off Kahilli in South Pacific Jun 9, 1943
				06068 (VC-29) overside landing off USS Santee (ACV-29) 3/16/1943 in central Atlantic enroute to Norfolk.
				06072 (VC-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Feb 26, 1944
				06073 suffered engine fire during ferry flight off
					Myrtle Beach, SC Aug 16, 1943.  2 crew bailed out.
				O6075 (VT-4) 01/23/1943 USS Ranger (CV-4)   Anti-sub patrol; 
					Overside landing; Pilot killed
				06081 (VT-12) lost on ferry flight to USS Saratoga (CV-3) Aug 11, 1943 and
					ditched
				06084 (VMSB-143) lost off Russells in South Pacific Apr 1, 1943
				06085 (VC-21) deck crash on USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) 4/29/1943.
				06086 (VMTB-232) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific May 30, 1944
				06089 (VC-19) ditched off USS Croatan (CVE-25) in North Atlantic while enroute to Norfolk Jul 14, 
					1943 .  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.
				06091 (VMSB-143) lost off Kahilli in South Pacific Mar 21, 1943
				06092 (VMSB-143) lost at Guadalcanal Mar 14, 1943
				06093 (VMTB-233) from Munda lost off Torokina in South Pacific Nov 17, 1943
				06095 (VT-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific on ferry flight 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. Another report has the plane being
					assigned to VMSB-143 and lost off Guadalcanal Mar 3, 1943
				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.
				06114 (VC-38) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Oct 19, 1943
				06115 (VMTB-233) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 26, 1943
				06116 (VC-28) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jun 15, 1943
				06117 (VT-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Nov 2, 1943
				06118 (VC-30) lost at Bougainville in South Pacific Oct 28, 1943
				06120 (VT-12) crashed during anti-sub patrol Jul 29, 1943.  3 killed.
				06121 (VT-27) attached to USS Suwanee (ACV-27) spun in during glide bomb pullout off Solomons in South Pacific
					5/21/1943.  3 killed.
				06122 assigned to AROU-1 Momote lost in southwest Pacific Jul 20, 1945
				06123 (CV-13) midair collision Narragansett Bay, RI 
					5/23/1943.  4 killed.
				06126 (VT-27) lost off Guadalcanal Jul 24, 1943
				06127 (VT-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Buka in South Pacific Nov 1, 1943
				06138 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Mille in central Pacific Nov 19, 1943
				06140 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 11, 1943
				06141 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) missing in flight from NAS Hilo to NAS 
					Ford Island Aug 20, 1943.  4 crew missing.
				06142 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 19, 1943
				06148 (VC-13) suffered mid air during join up 5/10/1943.  
					3 killed.
				06155 (VJ-12) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				06165 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in west central Pacific due toengine failure May 5, 1943.  Pilot
					bailed out.
				06166 (VT-17) off USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) right wing 
					failed at 5000 feet off Daughtery, VA.  3 killed.
				06171 assigned to COMAIRPAC lost Hawaii Aug 4, 1944
				06175 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Taroa in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				06186 (VC-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost enroute to Roi in central Pacific Nov 25, 1943
				06189 assigned to MAG-24 at Piva lost at Bougainville in South Pacific Apr 10, 1944
				06190 (VMTB-233) lost off Munda in South Pacific Nov 16, 1943
				06191 (VGS-23 (VC-19)) crashed at sea during glide bomb
					practice Point Reyes, CA 2/19/1943.  Crew missing.
				06193 (VC-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Makin in central Pacific Sep 18, 1943
				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.
				06213 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Taroa in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				06214 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Hawaii Sep 30, 1943
				O6217 (VT-4) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) Dove-in during 
					simulated torpedo attack Feb 9, 1943; 3 killed
				06222 lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				06223 (VMTB-233) from Torokina lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				06226 (VMSB-131) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 7, 1943
				06227 (VMSB-143) from Guadalcanal lost off Munda in South Pacific May 6, 1943
				06229 loaned to Royal Navy, no history in surviving RN records.  Another report has the plane being assigned to SERVRON-24 
					and lost off Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Mar 31, 1945
				06230 (VC-25) ditched on takeoff from USS Block Island (CVE-21) 4/14/1943.
				06237 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea (CVE-57) lost enroute to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 4, 1943
				06238 (VMTB-143) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 24, 1943
				06239 (VMSB-143) from Guadalcanal lost off Bougainville in South Pacific May 17, 1943
				06240 (CASU-10) crashed in mountains after takeoff from
					Espritu Santo in South Pacific Jul 14, 1943.  2 crew killed, 3rd
					crewman picked up Sept 7, 1943.
				06243 (VMSB-143) from Guadalcanal lost off Bougainville in South Pacific May 18, 1943
				06245 (VT-1) ditched in takeoff from USS Copahee (CVE-12)
					Aug 4, 1943.  History card saus was assigned to VMTB-143 and lost at Guadalcanal Jul 29, 1943				
				06253 (VT-4) deck crash on USS Ranger (CV-4) 3/24/1943.
				06254 (VT-4) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost in central Atlantic Apr 30, 1943
				06256 assigned to AROU-1 Momote lost in southwest Pacific Jul 20, 1945
				06258 (VC-24) crashed after takeoff from USS Belleau Wood
					(CVL-24) and exploded Sep 2, 1943.  3 killed. 
				06259 (VT-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost enroute to Pearl Harbor in central Pacific 
					Dec 9, 1943
				06260 (VS-24 (VC-24)) flew into water on takeoff Long Island, NY 2/25/1943
				06261 (VC-22) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Tarawa in central Pacific Nov 26, 1943
				06265 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Taros in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				06267 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Puuneme in east central Pacific Nov 15, 1943
				06271 (VT-21) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific Jul 20, 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.
				06302 (VT-4) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Vestfjord in North Atlantic Oct 4, 1943
				06303 (VT-4) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) in overside landing during night carrier landing practice 
					in north Atlantic Jun 23, 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.
				06311 (VMTB-233) from Torokina lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Feb 14, 1944
				06312 (VT-21) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 16, 1943
				06314 (VT-21) lost off Vella Lavella in South Pacific Jul 20, 1943
				06316 (VMTB-143) lost at Barakoma in South Pacific Nov 4, 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 USS Coral Sea Oct 14, 1943. Reconditioned and 
					transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL432
				06336 assigned to AROU-1 Momote list in southwest Pacific Jul 2, 1945
				06338 (VC-36) lost in north Atlantic Jul 17, 1943
				06346 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Feb 1, 1944
				06350 (VMTB-233) ditched at sea off Bamban in South Pacific Sep 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				06352 (VMTB-233) spun in during dive pullout New Hebrides, South Pacific, Jun 9, 1943.  4 killed.
				06353 (VT-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				06355 (VMTB-134) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Nov 19, 1943
				06356 (VF-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3)lost off Noumea in South Pacific Jul 1, 1943
				06357 (VT-121) lost at Guadalcanal May 19, 1943
				06358 assignet to AROU-1 Momote lost in southwest Padific Jul 20, 1945
				06359 (VMTB-232) lost off Munda in South Pacific Nov 8, 1943
				06361 (VC-29) ditched on takeoff from USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) Aug 4, 1943.  Crew ok.  Another 
					report has the plane being attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) and lost off Solomons in South Pacific
					Jun 30, 1943
				06367 (VT-5) overside landing while enroute to Trinidad 5/21/1943, USS Yorktown (CV-10).
				06369 (VC-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Hawaii Aug 4, 1943
				06370 assigned to POOL at Pearl Harbor lost at Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				06371 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Marcus in central Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				06372 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				06373 attached to AROU-1 Momote lost in southwest Pacific Ju 29, 1945
				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 USS Card (CVE-11) 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 but aircraft listed as
						total loss.
				06403 (VC-35) attched to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 3, 1943
				06406 (VMTB-233) lost off Munda in South Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				06414 (VT-18) missing during torpedo training Sep 4, 
					1943, Monterey Bay, CA.  Four crew missing.
				06416 (VMTB-232) lost off Kahilli in South Pacific Oct 26, 1943
				06417 (VC-33) in midair collision 5/13/1943 Pt. Reyes,
					CA.  4 killed.
				06418 (VC-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Nov 5, 1943
				06419 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea CVE-57) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Feb 7, 1944
				06420 (VJ-12) lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 28, 1944
				06427 crashed west of San Diego 3/14/1943.  2 killed.
				06429 (VMTB-233) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 9, 1943
				06432 assigned to AROU-1 Momote lost in southwest Pacific Jul 20, 1945
				06434 (VT-21) lost at Guadalcanal Jul 17, 1943
				06436 (VC-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 29, 1943
				06437 assigned to ARU SOLS Guadalcanal lost in South Pacific Oct 1, 1944
				06438 (VMSB-131) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 7, 1943
				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.
				06452 (VMTB-233) lost off Ballale in South Pacific Sep 16, 1943
				06453 loaned to Royal Navy, no history in surviving RN records.
				06456 assigned to AROU-1 Momote lost in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				06457 (VT-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific 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 USS Lexington (CV-16), Gulf of Paria in Caribbean
					5/24/1943.  One killed.
				06473 assigned to SERVRON-24 lost off Torokina in South Pacific Oct 30, 1944
				06474 assigned to MAW-19 lost at torokina in South Pacific Mar 6, 1945
				06475 (VMTB-233) lost at Bougainville in South Pacific Oct 28, 1943
				06476 (VC-19) missing during night glide bombing
					practice off San Diego 5/20/1943.
				06477 (VMTB-233) lost off Vila in South Pacific Sep 3, 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.
				06482 (VT-6) lost in west central Pacific Sep 24, 1943
				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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				06492 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				06494 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				06495 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				06497 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				06499 (VB-20) lost in South Pacific Mar 21, 1943
				06500 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				06501 (VS-10) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				06504 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				06506 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 23, 1943
				06507 (VMSB-141) lost at Noumea in South Pacific Oct 3, 1942 
				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.
				06510 (VMSB-141) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 16, 1942
				06511 (VMSB-141) lostg at Noumea in South Pacific Oct 10, 1942
				06512 (VB-21) lost in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				06514 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				06516 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 25, 1943
				06518 (VS-54) lost at Guadalcanal Mar 1, 1944
				06519 (VMSB-234) lost in South Pacific Aug 1, 1944
				06520 (VB-21) lost off Shortlands in South Pacific Jun 5, 1943
				06521 (VB-11) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 1, 1943
				06523 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 2, 1942
				06525 (VJ-9) lost in South Pacific Sep 18, 1943
				06526 (VS-70) from Adak lost off Shemyad in north Pacific Jan 4, 1944
				06527 while AWT ACTION lost at Guadalcanal Nov 30, 1944
				06528 lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06530 (VMSB-141) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 26, 1942
				06532 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 14, 1942
				06535 (VMSB-241) attached to USS Copahee (ACV-12) lost off New Caledonia in South Pacific Sep 29, 1942
				06537 (VJ-3) lost at Puunene, Hawaii Feb 16, 1945
				06538 (VS-11) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 30, 1943
				06540 (VB-21) lost in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				06543 assigned to POOL Espiritu Santo, lost in South Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				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.
				06546 (VGS-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Port Lyautey, Morocco Nov 8, 1942
				06550 (VC-26) lost in South Pacific Mar 2, 1943
				06552	(VGS-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26). Crashed Oct 13, 1942 when stalled and ditched off Bermuda.
				06555	(VGS-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29). Crashed into sea off Bermuda Oct 21, 1942
				06557 (VGS-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost off Safi, northwest Africa Nov 10, 1942
				06560 (VGS-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost off Bermuda Sep 29, 1942
				06566 (VC-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-26) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Jun 28, 1943
				06567 (VC-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost enroute to Recife in south Atlantic Jan 21, 1943
				06568 (VGS-28) attached to USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost enroute to Noumea in South Pacific Jan 9, 1943
				06570 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				06571 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Nov 13, 1942
				06572 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Nov 13, 1942
				06573 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942
				06574 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Dec 31, 1942				
				06579 (VB-21) lost in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				06582 (VMSB-141) lost off Guadalcanal Oct 22, 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.
				06584 (VB-10) attached to USS Entrprise (CV-6) lost off Solomons in South Pacific May 2, 1943
				06588 (VJ-3) loar off Puunene, Hawaii Feb 16, 1945
				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.
				06590 (VS-71) lost at Guadalcanal Nov 2, 1942
				06591 (VMSB-236) lost off Bamban in South Pacific Sep 15, 1943
				06592 attached to USS Nassau (CVD-16) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 11, 1942
				06593 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 15, 1942
				06594 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 29, 1942
				06595 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06596 (VS-10) lost off Guadalcaal Dec 29, 1942
				06598 (VMSB-234) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 26, 1943
				06602 assigned to Pool Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific May 20, 1944
				06603 (VB-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Efate in South Pacific Dec 29, 1942
				06605 (VMSB-236) lost off Bamban in South Pacific Sep 21, 1943
				06610 (VB-11) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Feb 25, 1943
				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.
					Another report has the plane being with VS-41 attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Fedala, northwest
					Africa Nov 8, 1942
				06620 (VS-41) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Norfolk Nov 23, 1942
				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.
				06627 (VS-41) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Fedala in NW Africa Nov 8, 1942
				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.
				06631 (VC-26) attached to USS Sangamon (ACV-29) lost off solomons in South Pacific Apr 23, 1943
				06635 (VGS-29) attached to USS Santee (ACV-29) lost off Hampton, VA Dec 8, 1942
				06636 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 30, 1943
				06641 (VS-41) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Norfolk Sep 27, 1942
				06643 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06644 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06645 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06646 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Dec 8, 1942
				06647 (VMSB-132) lost off Guadalcanal Jan 23, 1943
				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
				06650 (VMSB-234) lost off Guadalcanal Feb 1, 1943
				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
				06653 (VS-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06654 (MSN 1469, VB-10) w/o in wheels-up landing 10/11/42 at
					Oahu, HI.  Bomb exploded, crew killed.
				06656 (VJ-10) lost at Pallikulo airfield in South Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				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
				06659 assigned to STAG-1 in Russells lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				06661 (VMO-251) lost off Espirtu Santo in South Pacific Dec 21, 1942
				06662 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 1, 1942
				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.
				06669 assigned to STAG-1 in Russells lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				06670 (VS-54) lost off Bougainville in South Pacific Feb 23, 1943
				06674 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 20, 1943
				06675 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 23, 1943
				06678 (VMSB-141) lost at Noumea in South Pacific Nov 8, 1942
				06679 (VGS-28) attache dt USS Chenango (ACV-28) lost off Solomons in South Pacific Feb 25, 1943
				06680 lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06684 lost at Solomons in South Pacific Nov 4, 1943
				06687 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				06689 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 7, 1942
				06692 (VB-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Mar 10, 1943
				06693 lost at Guadalcanal Nov 14, 1942
				06694 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  In 
					1997 was under restoration for USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, TX. On display there on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				06695 (VMO-251) lost at Guadalcanal Dec 8, 1942
				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
				06698 assigned to STAG-1 in Russells lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				06700 (MSN 1515, VC-28) crashed into water 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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				06703 (VMSB-144) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 25, 1943
				06704 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 6, 1943
				06705 assigned to CASU-40 Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06708 assigned to POOL Guadalcanal lost in South Pacific Sep 27, 1944
				06709 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost off Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				06710 assigned to CASU-40 Espiritu santo lost in south Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06711 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost off Hawaii Aug 16, 1944
				06714 assigned to COMAIRPAC lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 2, 1945
				06715 (VMSB-236) lost off New Hebrides in South Pacific Oct 26, 1943
				06716 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Aug 7, 1943
				06717 (VMSB-132) lost off Hawaii Oct 15, 1943
				06718 (VB-11) lost at Guadalcanal in South Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				06720 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost off Hawaii Aug 16, 1944
				06721 assigned to NAS Midway lost in east central Pacific Jul 31, 1944
				06725 (VS-69) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 27, 1943
				06730 assigned to AROU Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific Jul 7, 1944
				06731 (VS-53) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 3, 1944
				06735 assigned to MAG-21 lost off Russells in South Pacific Aug 5, 1943
				06736 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 6, 1943
				06737 (VS-54) lost at guadalcanal May 19, 1944
				06738 (VMSB-236) from Torokina lost of Gizo in south Pacific Jan 10, 1944
				06739 assigned to STAG-1 lost at Russells in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				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.  Lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06741 assigned to MAG-11 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Mar 5, 1943
				06743 assigned to MAG-14 lost at Guadalcanal Feb 23, 1943
				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.
					lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Sep 20, 1944
				06745 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal in South Pacific Jan 22, 1943
				06747 assigned to CASU-40 Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06749 assigned to CASU-40 Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06751 (VMSB-144) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 8, 1943
				06754 (VMSB-233) lost in south Pacific Apr 7, 1943
				06755 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost off Hawaii Aug 16, 1944
				06758 assigned to CASU-38 Espiritu Santo lost at Esiritu Santo in south Pacific Aug 11, 1944
				06760 assigned to POOL Kaneohe lost at Hawaii Sep 18, 1944
				06761 (VS-55) lost off Espiritu Santo  in South Pacific May 1, 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.
					assigned to ARU SOLS and lost in South Pacific Jul 22, 1944
				06768 assigned to MAG-11 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Mar 15, 1943
				06769 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 20, 1943
				06770 (VMSB-236) from Mundal lsot off Rabaul in South Pacific Jan 7, 1944
				06771 assigned to MAG-14 lost off Guadalcanal Jan 23, 1943
				06772 assigned to 4th MBDAW lost off Samoa in SE Pacific Dec 27, 1942
				06775 (VB-13) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Apr 30, 1943
				06776 assitned to ARU SOLS lost in South Pacific Jul 27, 1944
				06777 assigned to NAS Johnston Island list at Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				06778 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor lost at Hawaii Nov 1, 1944
				06780 lost off Esipiritu Sando in South Pacific Sep 20, 1944
				06781 assigned to STAG-1 Russells lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				06782 (VMSB-234) lost at Guadalcanal in South Pacific Feb 1, 1945
				06783 assigned to ACORN-25 POOL lost at New Georgia in South Pacific Mar 15, 1944
				06785 assigned to ACORN-25 POOL lost at Green in South Pacific Nov 15, 1944
				06786 (VMSB-234) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 13, 1943
				06787 (VMSB-233) lost in South Pacific Jan 2, 1943
				06788 (VMSB-234) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 10, 1943
				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.
				06790 (VMSB-233) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 8, 1943
				06793 (VMSB-234) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 1, 1943
				06796 assigned to MAG-11 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 21, 1943
				06799 (VMSB-236) lost over Bougainville Jan 27, 1944.  2 killed.
				06802 lost off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06804 assigned to FAW-2 at Pearl Harbor lost at Hawaii May 31, 1944
				06805 assigned to NAS Midway lost in east central Pacific Jul 31, 1944
				06809 assigned to POOL Pallikulo Airfield lost in South Pacific Jun 6, 1944
				06810 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06812 (VB-42) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost in north Atlantic May 7, 1943
				06814 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Apr 27, 1944
				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.
					Assigned to STAT-1 Russells and lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				06816 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor lost at Hawaii Oct 31, 19i44
				06820 assigned to A&R Majuro lost at Majuro in central Pacific Oct 19, 1944
				06825 assigned to HEDRON-2 lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Feb 26, 1944
				06828 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Sep 20, 1944
				06829 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06833 ditched in Lake Michigan after takeoff from USS
					Sable (IX-81) Sep 16, 1944.  Pilot OK.  Recovered and now at National Museum of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				06836 assigned to A&R Majuro lost at Majuro in central Pacific Oct 19, 1944
				06837 assigned to MAG-123 Tutuila lost in South Pacific Jan 16, 1943
				06839 (VMSB-151) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Solomons in South Pacific May 2, 1943
				06841 spun-in on waveoff from USS Sable (IX-81) 8/18/1944
				06843 (VB-12) lost in west central Pacific May 14, 1943
				06845 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06846 (VMSB-236) lost at Guadalcanal Oct 11, 1943
				06852 (VMJ-252) lost off Ewa, Hawaii Jan 20, 1944
				06853 assigned to 4th MBDAW lost at Samoa, souteast Pacific Dec 17, 1942
				06856 (VMSB-144) lost Efate in South Pacific May 25, 1943
				06857 (VB-41) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost in north Atlantic Apr 17, 1943
				06862 (VMSB-234) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 4, 1943
				06871 assigned to CASU-40 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06874 (VS-16) lost in south Atlantic Feb 26, 1943
				06880 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06885 assignet to AWT ACTION lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Nov 5, 1944
				06886 assigned to A&R Majuro lost at Majuro in central Pacific Oct 19, 1944
				06888 assigned to AROU Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jul 7, 1944
				06892 assigned to MAG-13 Tutuila in south Pacific Jan 2, 1943
				06895 assigned to 4th MBDAW lost at Samoa in southeast Pacific Dec 28, 1942
				06899 (VB-6) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944 
				06900 ditched in Lake Michigan Sep 3, 1944 after waveoff from USS Sable (IX-81).  Pilot OK.  Salvaged from Lake 
					Michigan in 1993.  Loaned by National Naval Aviation Museum to San Diego Air and Space Museum in 1994 and underwent
					extensive restoration.  Now on display in markings of VB 16.
				06902 (VS-66) lost at Tarawa in central Pacific Mar 1, 1944
				06907 (VMSB-151) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 20, 1943
				06908 assigned to CASU(F)-12 lost at Guam May 26, 1946
				06910 (VMSB-151) lost at Guadalcanal Sep 20,1943
				06912 flew into ship at Seddley Harbor, Admiralty Islands 2/25/1945.  2 crew killed.
				06914 (VB-12) lost in west central Pacific Apr 5, 1943
				06923 (VMSB-133) lost off Johnston Island, Hawaii Jan 25, 1944
				06926 (VMSB-142) lost at Guadalcanal Apr 7, 1943
				06927 assigned to STAG-1 Russells lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1944
				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.
					Lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Aug 27, 1944
				06934 assigned to MAG-22 at Pearl Harbor lost inHawaii May 15, 1943
				06936 (VMSB-144) lost at Munda in South Pacific Nov 9, 1943
				06937 (VS-54) from Guadalcanal lost at Guadalcanal May 23, 1944
				06938 (VS-47) lost off Palmyra in east central Pacific Dec 18, 1944
				06939 (VMSB-144) lost at Guadalcanal Feb 20, 1943
				06941 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost at Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				06943 assigned to MAG-31 Roi lost in west central Pacific Sep 22, 1944
				06944 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost in Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				06947 assigned to ACORN-7 POOL lost at Emirau in southwest Pacific Oct 15, 1944
				06948 (VB-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Wake Island Oct 6, 1943
				06951 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jan 30, 1943
				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.
					Assigned to STAG-1 Russells lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 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.
				06958 (VMSB-133) lost off Johnston Island, Hawaii Feb 16, 1944
				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 Cumberland
				06963 lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Oct 18, 1944
				06964 (VB-11) lost at Guadalcanal May 8, 1943
				06966 (VMSB-132) lost at Guadalcanal Jun 30, 1943
				06967 assigned to CASU-41 at Guadalcanal lost in South Pacific Apr 29, 1945
				06969 (VMSB-141) lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jul 21, 1943
				06971 (VB-10) attached to USS Enterprise CV-6 lost off Solomons in South Pacific Apr 15, 1943
				06972 (VMSB-234) lost at Guadalcanal Aug 6, 1943
				06974 assigned to POOL Pallikulo Airfield lost in South Pacific Jun 3, 1944
				06975 assigned to AA Espiritu Santo lost at Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Oct 30, 1944
				06978 (VS-58) lostat Havannah in South Pacific Jun 10, 1944
				06980 (VMSB-235) lost in South Pacific Aug 9, 1943
				06981 assigned to CASU-40 Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06984 assigned to CASU-40 Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				06987 assigned to NAS Johnston Island lost at Hawaii Aug 16, 1944
				06988 (VMSB-141) lost in South Pacific Oct 7, 1943
				06990 lost off Hawaii Jan 5, 1944
				06991 assigned to CASU-40p Espiritu Santo lost in South Pacific Jul 8, 1944
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 Jun 23, 1957 Pt Hardy Apt, BC and DBF.  Crashed while attempting an emergency 
					landing after taking off with control difficulties. Jammed elevator. Crew forgot to remove the ground locks.
					14 of 18 onboard killed.
				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.
					While operating on its inaugural flight the aircraft crashed into a mountain en route after getting lost.
					All 18 onboard killed.
				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.  Crashed after executing a missed apporach. Improper 
					operation of powerplant and powerplant controls.  One of 30 onboard killed.
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
				07005 (MSN75-6609) Registered 21Jan47 as NC75316; cancelled 1Apr48
				07013 (MSN 75-6617) Registered as N65634 with Belzoni Crop Dusting Co Inc, Belzoni, MI on July 2, 1946. 
					Sale reported Jan 17. 1997.  Cancelled Aug 7, 2013.  To 
					G-CLDX on March 25, 2019 with Thomas William Gilbert, Slough, Berkshire. Current Oct 2020
				07014 (MSN 75-6618) Registered as N68491. Substantially damaged during aerial application en route to pick up a load 
					when the engine lost power caused by a cylinder head failure after takeoff and nosed over during the forced landing on wet, 
					soft ground at Imperial County Airport, Imperial, CA 4Nov75. Substantially damaged when the pilot made a 
					hard landing, lost directional control and the aircraft flipped over at Chino, CA 25Jul89. Registered 15Nov89 
					as N450MF. The airplane was substantially damaged when it ground looped during landing at Lemoore 
					Naval Air Station, Lemoore, California 7Jun97. The flight departed Hanford, California. During the landing rollout, 
					the airplane started a swerve to the left so the pilot added full power to go around. The power application 
					torqued the airplane into a fully developed ground loop from which it came to rest after approximately 
					135 degrees of turn. During the turn, both main landing gears collapsed, allowing the propeller to strike the runway 
					surface several times. The pilot also stated that the right brake faded during the landing rollout and he felt that this 
					contributed to the inability to control the initial swerve. Registration current [Oct20]							
				07016	(MSN 75-6620) Registered as N67027; cancelled 23Mar20 on export to Argentina.
				07019	(MSN 75-6623) Registered as N66961. Farmers’ Crop Dusters, Bakersfield, CA. Sub-contracted to 
					Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
					spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 312. Registration revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 20Mar20.
				07023	(MSN 75-6627) Registered as N62426. Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by fuel 
					exhaustion and struck power lines during the forced landing at Alameda Airport, Albuquerque, NM 15May66. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07025	(MSN 75-6629) Registered as N65544. Substantially damaged caused by confusion of which pilot had 
					control when the airplane struck terrain near Packer Airport, a private airstrip at Richwood, OH 28Jun81. 
					Substantially damaged when the pilot started a turn at low altitude after takeoff and the aircraft 
					started to sink. Since he was headed for trees, the pilot allowed the aircraft to settle to the 
					ground in a residential backyard at Alliance, OH 23May82. The hard landing collapsed the landing gear. 
					The pilot of the Stearman was holding in the run up area prior to takeoff at Watsonville, CA 12Oct90. 
					A Cessna 152, N24815, taxyed up in front of his aircraft in a perpendicular orientation. 
					The Stearman pilot could not see the Cessna and began to pull forward to move into position. 
					The propeller of the Stearman sliced into the right wing of the Cessna. The instructor pilot 
					on board the Cessna 152 stated in his written report that his student taxyed up to the hold 
					short line in preparation for takeoff. He said that he looked to his right and saw the Stearman 
					taxy into his right wing. Registration current [Oct20].
				07026	(MSN 75-6630) Registered as N4762N. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 278. 
					Registration cancelled 19Oct17. Registered 9Aug19 as N4762N; current [Oct20].
				07031	(MSN 75-6635) Registered as N4429N. Substantially damaged during unwarranted low flying when the 
					pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled at St Charles, MO 24Apr76. Substantially 
					damaged after the engine failed and struck a fence and ditch during the forced landing in a 
					field at Plant City, FL 21Jul90. The aircraft had been flown for about 20 minutes prior to 
					the accident flight with no problem. With about 20 gals of fuel aboard, the pilot pre-flighted 
					the aircraft for the next flight but did not check the fuel system for contaminants. 
					The engine run-up prior to departure was normal. Shortly after takeoff at an altitude of 
					about 300 ft, after the initial power reduction, the engine stopped. Unable to return to 
					the airport, the pilot landed the aircraft in a field, during which, it collided with a 
					fence and ditch; collision with the ditch collapsed the landing gear. Registration current [Oct20].
				07032	(MSN 75-6636) Registered as N65426. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting 
					cotton when the engine failed during a swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing 
					at Imperial, CA 10Aug67. The hopper tank lid opened and sulphur dust ignited. Registration cancelled.
				07035	(MSN 75-6639) Registered as N95456; cancelled 23May13.
				07037	(MSN 75-6641) Registered as N64977; cancelled 30Oct84.
				07042	(MSN 75-6646) Registered as N1903N; cancelled 27May98.
				07044	(MSN 75-6648) Registered as N400JT. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Damaged when the pilot 
					failed to maintain directional control during landing in a gust of wind and the lower 
					right wing tip struck the ground, damaging the wing spar, at Spokane, WA 12Jul87. 
					Registration cancelled 20May88. Registered 20Mar89 as ZS-LZZ; current [Oct20].
				07045	(MSN 75-6649) Registered as N66263; cancelled 20Aug13.
				07046	(MSN 75-6650) Registered as N88739; cancelled 15May13.
				07047	(MSN 75-6651) Registered as N58255. Registered as N27WE. The Stearman nosed over upon landing at 
					Ronald Reagan Washington Airport (DCA), Arlington, VA 8Jun10. It departed Manassas Regional 
					Airport (HEF), VA. The aircraft was one of eight Stearman airplanes that were to fly together 
					from HEF to DCA to promote a Smithsonian Institution Air and Space Museum motion picture. 
					Each airplane was to carry a passenger from the media to DCA and later, after a ceremony 
					at the museum, back to HEF. The pilot instructed the passenger not to touch the controls. 
					The eight airplanes approached DCA from the south and his initial clearance from the control 
					tower was to land on runway 33. This clearance was changed to land on runway 01 because of a 
					wind shift. As he entered the flare to land at approximately 70 miles per hour, his plan 
					was to keep the tail of the airplane in the air and roll farther down the runway to allow 
					more room for the following airplanes in his formation. The pilot stated that when the wheels 
					touched the runway he inadvertently applied the toe brakes via the rudder pedals. The airplane 
					flipped over onto the top wing and the vertical stabilizer/rudder. Following the accident 
					both the pilot and the passenger released their seat belts and shoulder harnesses and 
					egressed the airplane. The pilot in the rear seat of the tail wheel equipped biplane reported 
					that he and another pilot were practicing landings on the asphalt runway at Culpeper, VA 1Sep18. 
					During the landing roll a left ground-loop ensued and the bottom right wing and aileron 
					struck the ground. The airplane sustained substantial to the bottom right wing and aileron. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07048	(MSN 75-6652) Registered as N65396; current [Oct20].
				07049	(MSN 75-6653) Registered as N52576; cancelled 2Apr13. Noted derelict Oct81.
				07051	(MSN 75-6655) Registered 4Mar47 as N66158; cancelled 24Oct55.
				07052	(MSN 75-6656) Registered as N64072; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 6Aug13.
				07053	(MSN 75-6657) Registered 16Jul88 as N75236; current [Oct20].
				07055	(MSN 75-6659) Registered as N63361; cancelled 25Jul80. Registered as XB-CGE.
				07058	(MSN 75-6662) Registered as N77NA; cancelled 21Jun17.
				07061	(MSN 75-6665) Registered as N69249; cancelled 14Nov12. Registered 11Jul18 as N69249; current [Oct20].
				07063	(MSN 75-6667) Registered 23Dec47 as N75190; cancelled 12Oct55.
				07064	(MSN 75-6668) Registered as N64645; cancelled 26May71.
				07065(MSN 75-6669) registered as N1048M. Current Oct 2020
				07067	(MSN 75-6671) Registered as N5138N; cancelled 23Apr74.
				07070	(MSN 75-6674) Registered as N73416; cancelled 16Aug19 on export to United Kingdom. 
					Registered 19Aug19 as G-CLHL; current [Oct20].
				07072	(MSN 75-6676) Registered as N65024; cancelled 19Aug13.
				07073	(MSN 75-6677) Registered as N69239. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
					herbicide when the airplane struck trees pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Hazen, AR 29Jun74 
					(pilot killed). Registration cancelled 1Aug74.
				07077	(MSN 75-6681) Registered 3Jun49 as N68426; cancelled 15Dec70.
				07078	(MSN 75-6682) Registered as N1766B; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 30Oct17.
				07079	(MSN 75-6683) Registered as N61214; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Aug13.
				07080 (MSN 75-6684). Accepted by US Navy 12Oct42. NAS Bunker Hill, Peru, Indiana. SOC 31Mar46. 
					Registered 1Apr46 as NC75167; cancelled 25Apr90. Registered 17Aug90 as VH-LSJ; current [Oct20].
				07083	(MSN 75-6687) Registered as N75425; cancelled 28Jan64.
				07084	(MSN 75-6688) Registered as N62496; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17. Noted derelict Jun82.
				07088	(MSN 75-6692) Registered 18Feb49 as N75259; cancelled 12Oct55.
				07090	(MSN 75-6694) Registered 14Jun46 as NC52596; cancelled 29Nov48.
				07091	(MSN 75-6695) Registered as N65353; cancelled 1Apr71.
				07094	(MSN 75-6698) Registered 3Dec47 as NC4525N; cancelled 26May49.
				07096	(MSN 75-6700) Registered as N5135N; cancelled 7Dec76 on export to Canada. Registered 9Apr86 as C-GXJJ; 
					cancelled 9Jul01.
				07097	(MSN 75-6701) Registered as N4522N. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying grain 
					fields when the engine failed taking off from a pasture and nosed over during the forced landing 
					on wet, soft ground at Muleshoe, TX 24Jul68. Registration cancelled 18Jan72.
				07099	(MSN 75-6703) Registered as N73437. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the engine 
					failed taking off and the landing gear collapsed during the forced landing in a rice field near 
					Joe’s Coastal Strip, Chesterville, TX 27Aug73. Registration cancelled 23Feb18.	
				07100	(MSN 75-6704) Registered as N1329V; cancelled 23Jul54 on export to Mexico.
				07103 (MSN 75-6707) NAS Minneapolis, MN. US President George H.W. Bush soloed in this aircraft 
					on December 15, 1942 when he was a naval aviation cadet. NAS Corpus Christi, TX; code 103. 
					Registered 1947 as NC5102N. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the airplane 
					struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Fairmont, OK 7Mar87. 
					Restoration at Kissimmee, FL Mar92. Pacific Aviation Museum, Ford Island, Honolulu, Oahu, HI. 
					Renamed as Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Registration current [Oct20].
				07104	(MSN 75-6708) Registered as N73310; cancelled 7May13.
				07107	(MSN 75-6711) Registered as N5046V. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					grain fields when the airplane struck trees pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Tracy, CA 18Mar66. 
					Reregistered 24Jan03 as N985BC. The pilot was departing from a private grass airstrip at 
					Garrettsville 26Sep06. During the takeoff roll the airplane deviated to the left for unknown reasons. 
					The pilot reported that rudder inputs were unable to bring the aircraft back onto the grass runway 
					before the left wingtip clipped a bush. The airplane continued further left, and the left wings 
					struck a tree. Registration cancelled 24May10 on export to Austria. Registered 30Apr10 as OE-AXX. 
					Used for wing-walking displays. Based at Freiburg, Germany; operated by Peggy’s Wingwalkers; code 2.
				07109	(MSN 75-6713) Registered as N4497N; current [Oct20].
				07110	(MSN 75-6714) Registered as N66870; cancelled 24Aug70. Registered 23Apr63 as EC-ATY. 
					SAASA Servicios Agrícolas Aéreos, S.A.; code 3. WFU at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid Apr87. 
					Registration cancelled Jun90. Parts used in rebuild of G-BSGR (MSN 75-4721; previous identity 
					quoted as EC-ATY).
				07111	(MSN 75-6715) Registered as N70002; cancelled 21Aug90.
				07112	(MSN 75-6716) Registered as N2822D; cancelled 16Jun76.
				07117	(MSN 75-6721) Registered as N5570N. Registered 16Jan19 to Ropkey Armor Museum, Indianapolis, IN; 
					current [Oct20].
				07120	(MSN 75-6724) 	Registered as N5500; sale reported 22Apr78, cancelled 27Jun13
				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. 
				07125	(MSN 75-6729) Registered as N66461; current [Oct20].
				07129	(MSN 75-6733) Registered as N55806; current [Oct20].
				07131	(MSN 75-6735) Registered as N61496. Modified as A75L300. Registration current [Oct20].
				07136	(MSN 75-6740) Registered 30Apr98 as N2134B; cancelled 29Oct13. Registered 30Apr14 as N2134B; 
					cancelled 2Aug20.
				07138	(MSN 75-6742) Registered 20Jun47 as NC4421N; cancelled 18Aug49.
				07139	(MSN 75-6743) Registered as N75012; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				07141	(MSN 75-6745) Registered as N66269; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 6Apr18.
				07142	(MSN 75-6746) Registered as N75980. Registered 9Apr19 to Owls Head Transportation Museum, Owls Head, ME; 
					current [Oct20].
				07150 (MSN 75-6754) Registered as N9914H. Reregistered 24Oct06 as N1942. Reregistered 11Sep13 as N9914H; 
					current [Oct20].
				07151 (MSN 75-6755) w/o Jan 13, 1944 Grossile, MI. Plane struck
					trees and dove into canal.  Royal Navy pilot killed.
				07152	(MSN 75-6756) Registered as N73308; cancelled 3Sep70. Registered as N73308; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 9Feb17.
				07153	(MSN 75-6757) Registered as N62438. The pilot stated that when he was landing with a cross wind, 
					it switched to a rear quartering wind. At about that time, the aircraft went off the runway and 
					struck a runway marker with its tail wheel. The aircraft then ground looped, damaging the lower 
					left wing at Galesburg, IL 7Sep83. The aircraft was substantially damaged while conducting 
					an unauthorised low level flight along a river at Marseilles, IL 5Sep90. It struck a power line; 
					with the wire attached to the aircraft, it descended into the river. The pilot sustained serious 
					injuries and his passenger reported minor injuries. The pilot does not recall details of the flight. 
					The passenger reported that he was reading a chart at the time of collision and did not see the wire. 
					While rolling down the runway the pilot lost directional control when he placed his feet on the 
					brakes and the aircraft then veered to the right. When he tried to stop using the brakes, the 
					aircraft nosed down in the median between the taxiway and the runway, damaging the propeller 
					at Howell, MI 16Jun96. The aircraft was substantially damaged during a forced landing, after it 
					experienced a total loss of engine power during approach to Zephyrhills Municipal Airport (ZPH), 
					Zephyrhills, Florida 23Feb18. The pilot was not injured, and the passenger received minor injuries. 
					The pilot was on a straight-in approach to the runway when, about a 1/4 mile from the runway 
					at an altitude of 1,500 ft above ground level, the engine began to sputter and then quit. 
					He attempted to perform a forced landing on a road; however, just before touchdown the 
					airplane's right wing collided with a traffic light pole. The airplane immediately descended and 
					collided with the ground. Registration cancelled 6Sep19
				07154	(MSN 75-6758) Registered as N3970B; cancelled 13Dec50 on export to Mexico.
				07155	(MSN 75-6759) Registered as N65292. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
					cotton when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion pulling up at the end of a swathe run. 
					The airplane stalled when the pilot tried to avoid a ditch and the landing gear collapsed 
					during the forced landing in a plowed field at Pecos, TX 16Oct71. Registration current [Oct20].
				07157 (MSN 75-6761) spun in May 21, 1942, injuring both Royal Navy pilots, both died in hospital the next day.
				07159	(MSN 75-6763) Registered as N65682; cancelled 1Mar71.
				07163	(MSN 75-6767) Registered as N119BH; cancelled 8Feb18. Registered 2Apr18 as N119BH; cancelled 18Oct19.
				07165	(MSN 75-6769) Registered as N91024; cancelled 24Apr74.
				07167	(MSN 75-6771) Registered as N4446N. Force landed on an interstate highway after fuel exhaustion 
					during a local flight at Wexford, PA 21Aug83. Registration cancelled 2Aug20.
				07169	(MSN 75-6773) Registered as N52090; cancelled 13Oct55.
				07170 (MSN 75-6774) Registered as N66416; cancelled 3Nov81 on export to Colombia. Registered 1981 
					as HK-2653P. Reregistered 11Aug95 as HK-3889X. Reregistered 20Aug97 as HK-2653P. Accident at 
					Aeropuerto Olaya Herrera, Medellín, Antioquia 14Dec97
				07171	(MSN 75-6775) 	Registered as N64148; cancelled 23Jun70. Registered 1971 as XB-VOW. 
					Based at Torreón Coahuila. For sale in un-airworthy condition 2020.
				07177	(MSN 75-6781) Registered as N64070. Farm Air Service Inc, Tallulah, LA. Appears in a crop-spraying 
					film The Country Boy [1973], based on the life of Merle Gustafson. Noted derelict at Tallulah, LA Oct81. 
					Registered 5Apr90 as N450GC. The pilot lost control of the aircraft when it stalled following a loss 
					of engine power caused by a cylinder head separation and crashed into the ground at Locust Grove, 
					Georgia 2Jul97. The pilot was fatally injured, and the airplane was destroyed by fire. 
					Conversations with witnesses at the accident site revealed that just after lift off from the 
					runway at the private grass strip, a puff of black smoke was observed coming from the engine. 
					A left turn was begun during which one witness reported hearing a surge of power, and another 
					witness heard the engine quit. According to the witness who heard the engine quit, the airplane 
					subsequently nosed down and descended rapidly. A column of black smoke was seen almost immediately 
					after the sound of the impact. Registration cancelled 1Jul13.
07178	(MSN 75-6782) Registered as N1222N; current [Oct20]. Based at Flugplatz Buttwil, Switzerland.
				07188	(MSN 75-6792) 	Registered as N63862. Registered 18Mar54 as CF-HKZ. Bradley Air Services Ltd., Carp, 
					Ontario. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 
					1954-56; sprayer code 70. Skyway Air Services Ltd., Langley, BC. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 80. While 
					ferrying to New Brunswick for the spruce budworm spray program, Stearman CF-HKZ collided with 
					stationary Stearman CF-JLS [MSN 75-1590 / 41-8031] after the pilot of HKZ had started the 
					engine by the propeller at Cartierville Airport, Montreal, Quebec 30May57. Damage was moderate 
					to both aircraft: propeller, engine, engine mount and top wing. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program Quebec 1958; sprayer code 80. Destroyed in a 
					crash 1.5 miles south of Genelle, British Columbia 2Jul59. Witnesses observed that the aircraft, 
					while making a turn to commence the first spray, struck a 60,000 volt power line and caught fire. 
					The aircraft continued to burn as it crashed through a second set of power lines. It came to rest 
					at the base of a power pole, where it exploded and was destroyed (pilot killed). Registration 
					cancelled 15Dec59.
				07189	(MSN 75-6793) Registered as N66960. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Registered as N42JU. 
					Damaged when the airplane ground looped to the left after landing, ran into soft sand and nosed 
					over at Oceano, CA 19Apr92. Minor damage when the left main tire blew on landing impact at 
					Stockton Metro Airport, CA 8Aug99. Registration expired 30Sep11, cancelled 18Apr17.
				07190	(MSN 75-6794) Registered as N64603; current [Oct20]. 
				07191	(MSN 75-6795) Registered 26Aug47 as NC41899; cancelled 27Oct55.
				07195	(MSN 75-6799) Registered as N65013. Simsbury Flying Services, Simsbury, CT. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 102. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying grain fields when the airplane crashed 
					during a swathe run at Copeland, KS 1Aug72. The airplane was #3 in a three-airplane spray flight. 
					Propeller wash and turbulence from the lead aircraft caused the pilot to lose control at low 
					altitude and struck the ground. Registration cancelled 26Jun73.
				07196	(MSN 75-6800) Peru Air Force / Fuerza Aerea del Peru 1943 as 406. Reserialled 1947 as 411; code 47-411. 
					Registered 22Nov61 as OB-FBI-605. Peru Air Force / Fuerza Aerea del Peru as 400. 
					Registered 8Feb68 as OB-I-897. 
				07197	(MSN 75-6801) In December 1945 it was in service at NAS Corpus Christi as a primary flight trainer. 
					Registered as N9039H. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing pasture when the 
					pilot failed to maintain directional control during landing, ground looped and struck a fence 
					at Lone Star Airport, New Iberia, LA 24Jul78. Registration cancelled. Registered 23Apr97 as N9039H. 
					Airworthy by 2003. Customised Aircraft award at EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh, WI 2005. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07200	(MSN 75-6804) Registered as N47660; cancelled 5Nov69 on export to Canada. Registered as CF-QJV; 
					current [Oct20].
				07203	(MSN 75-6807) Registered as N1226V. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying crops 
					when the engine failed caused by restricted fuel flow taking off from a prepared landing area 
					and nosed over on soft, wet ground during the forced landing at Castroville, CA 4Jan69. 
					Airworthy by 1976. Registration cancelled 12Oct10 on export to France. Registered 9Mar11 as F-AZXD; 
					current [Oct20].
				07205	(MSN 75-6809) Registered as N69633; cancelled 7Aug89.
				07207	(MSN 75-6811) Registered as N64604. Flight instruction was being given when the aircraft nosed over 
					during the landing rollout at Geneseo, NY 3Oct90. The Stearman and a Fairchild PT-19, N49830, 
					collided during the landing rollout at the Geneseo Airport, Geneseo, New York 14Sep97. 
					Both airplanes, owned and operated by The National Warplane Museum, were substantially damaged. 
					Both flights had originated at Elmira, New York and flew to the same destination. Both pilots were 
					using hand held radios, which were ineffective above idle RPM. One pilot landed on Runway 23, 
					and the other pilot landed on Runway 05. During the landing rollout, the pilots attempted to 
					avoid a collision, but the left wing of each airplane collided. Both pilots reported the 
					winds to be calm. Registration cancelled 15Mar18. The Stearman sustained substantial damage when it 
					nosed over during the landing roll at Kenosha Regional Airport (ENW), Kenosha, Wisconsin 30Aug18. 
					The pilot had performed three touch-and-go maneuvers without braking. On the fourth and last 
					planned landing roll about 30 mph, the airplane experienced an excessive tail wheel shimmy. 
					About 25 mph, the airplane nosed over and came to rest inverted. Post accident examination of 
					the airplane revealed that the left main wheel/brake assembly was locked; thus, the wheel/tire 
					could not be rotated. Registered 15Dec18 as N64604; current [Oct20].
				07208	(MSN 75-6812) Registered as N63979; current [Oct20].
				07209	(MSN 75-6813) Registered as N65635; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17.
				07213	(MSN 75-6817) Registered as TG-CEZ-47; cancelled.
				07214	(MSN 75-6818) Registered as NC4498N; current [Oct20].
				07215	(MSN 75-6819) Registered as N62594; cancelled 15Feb56.	
				07216	(MSN 75-6820) Registered as N68448. Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application dusting 
					grapes when the airplane struck trees during a low pass at Reedley, CA 21May73 (pilot killed). 
					Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 12Nov13.
				07217	(MSN 75-6821) Registered 1947 as NC9501H. Noted unconverted in external storage at Walkinshaw 
					Airport (1ND4), Argusville, North Dakota Sep04. Registration current [Oct20].
				07218	(MSN 75-6822) Registered as N2803D. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying corn 
					when the pilot failed to maintain directional control, ground looped and nosed over landing 
					on a narrow prepared landing area at Woodlake, CA 10Aug68. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application spraying cotton when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff, 
					the left wing caught on the cotton crop and ground looped on a prepared landing area at 3 Rocks Ranch, 
					Tranquillity, CA 14Aug74. Dr Forrest M. Bird / Bird Aviation Museum, Sandpoint, Idaho 5Apr90. 
					Restored in 1990, powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-985 engine and a Hartzell three-bladed propeller. 
					This powerplant, engine mount and cowling were originally a Beech model 18 Q.E.C.A. Other 
					modifications include enclosed canopy, a smoke system, updated instrumentation and avionics. 
					Exhibited at Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center, Sagle, Idaho. Museum moved to 
					Pappy Boyington Field, Hayden, Idaho. Registration cancelled 2Aug20.
				07222	(MSN 75-6826) 	Registered as N66417. Brevard County Mosquito Control, Merritt Island, FL. 
					Registered 11Jul69 to a private owner; current [Oct20].
				07224	(MSN 75-6828) Registered as N64037. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting grapes 
					when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Delano, CA 20Apr65. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application seeding grapes when the pilot undershot and the 
					landing gear collapsed landing at Delano, CA 9May73; the pilot was landing into the sun and 
					had sulphur dust in his eyes. Airworthy by Jun82. Registration current [Oct20].
				07225	(MSN 75-6829) Registered as N747RB; current [Oct20]. Resident at Massey Air Museum, Massey, MD.
				07228	(MSN 75-6832) Registered 6Jan48 as N4700V; cancelled 13Feb51.	
				07229	(MSN 75-6833) Registered as N9478H. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed after takeoff, turned and flew over a 
					congested area. The pilot stalled avoiding houses and struck power lines at Dorr Field, 
					Merigold, MS 23Jul75. Registration current [Oct20]. Based at Augsburg, Germany.
				07230	(MSN 75-6834) Registered as N75223; current [Oct20].
				07239	(MSN 75-6843) Registered as N4513N. Crashed and destroyed when the airplane stalled 
					the top of a loop, entered an inverted spin with inadequate altitude for recovery at Welsh 
					Municipal Airport, LA 26Jun66 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled.
				07243	(MSN 75-6847) Registered as N496H; current [Oct20].
				07244	(MSN 75-6848) Registered as N6848; current [Oct20].
				07247	(MSN 75-6851) Registered as N5142N. Reregistered 21May10 as N851WM; current [Oct20].
				07248	(MSN 75-6852) Registered as N59184. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					cotton when the right brake failed and the airplane nosed over landing at Santa Rosa Flying 
					Airport, TX 9May74. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton when 
					the engine failed caused by fuel starvation pulling up at the end of a swathe run and nosed 
					over during the forced landing on rough ground near Santa Rosa, TX 9Jun74. Registration current [Oct20].
				07249	(MSN 75-6853) Registered as N67917. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application fertilizing 
					sugar cane when the airplane struck 70 foot power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe 
					run near Honolulu, Hawaii 25Aug67 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 8May81.
				07251	(MSN 75-6855) Registered as N68401. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
					when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff from a narrow prepared landing area, 
					ground looped and nosed over in a flooded rice field at Mendota, CA 25Jul73. Registration revoked 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 25Oct13.
				07253	(MSN 75-6857) Registered 6Aug47 as NC60294; cancelled 12Dec57. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación 
					Naval c1Jan53. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
					code 1-E-53. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 3; code 3-G-3, 
					later as 3-G-10. WFU c1960. Registered c1997 as LV-HAF. Destroyed after a low pass and sharp turn 
					in a climb when the aircraft stalled and crashed at Lujan Airport, Buenos Aires, Argentina 29Mar14 
					(the pilot was seriously injured; the passenger received fatal injuries).
				07254	(MSN 75-6858) Registered as N64890. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					spraying grain fields when the engine failed pulling up at the end of a swathe run and nosed over 
					during the forced landing on wet, soft ground near Raymondville, TX 12Jul76. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application spraying crops when the engine failed en route to treat a crop, 
					the airplane stalled avoiding power lines and trees during the forced landing near Goodwin Airport, 
					Raymondville, TX 5Jul80. Registration current [Oct20].
				07256	(MSN 75-6860) Registered 8Feb80 as N5581C. Registered 5Jul91 as G-BTRJ; cancelled 11Jul94 on 
					export to USA. Registered as N68235; current [Oct20].
				07257	(MSN 75-6861) 	Registered c1955 as N2158P. Substantially damaged when the pilot applied too much 
					brake and applied it too early, nosed over, damaging the vertical stabiliser and rudder during 
					landing at Saline County Airport, Benton, AR 13Nov88. The accident flight was the second 
					flight of the day towing banners. On the return leg, the engine lost all power caused by 
					fuel exhaustion, the pilot force landed along a pipeline at Jacksonville, AR 22Jul20. 
					The airplane impacted a post, which resulted in substantial damage to the upper and lower 
					right wing. Registration current [Oct20].
				07258	(MSN 75-6862) Registered as N75759; cancelled 3Jun49 on export to Mexico.
				07261	(MSN 75-6865) Registered as N65BH. The Stearman was substantially damaged when it collided with 
					terrain shortly after takeoff from Fostoria Metropolitan Airport (FZI), Fostoria, Ohio 17Aug02. 
					The pilot and passenger were seriously injured. The purpose of the flight was to give a friend 
					an airplane ride. After performing a short field takeoff, the airplane began to climb. 
					As the airplane reached the end of the runway something went wrong and that was the last that 
					the pilot remembered. A witness stated that the airplane made a normal takeoff. As the airplane 
					reached the departure end of the runway, it started a 10- to 15-degree bank turn to the left. 
					It simultaneously pitched up and slowed down, then began to rotate around the left wing with the 
					nose pointed down toward the ground. The pilot almost got the wings level and the nose started 
					to come up from the dive when the aircraft struck the ground in a pancake effect, bounced and 
					turned to the southwest. According to a second witness, when the airplane reached the end of the 
					runway, it did not seem to climb well as it began a left turn. The turn got tighter and the nose 
					of the airplane pitched up extremely high for such a tight and low turn. As the airplane 
					continued to turn back toward the airport, its pitch increased and the witness knew it was in trouble. 
					The airplane then stalled, and the nose immediately dropped down toward the ground. The pilot 
					managed to level the airplane out a little bit, before it hit the ground at an estimated 45-degree angle. 
					When the airplane hit the ground it bounced, pivoted 180 degrees, then hit the ground again in a 
					flat attitude. When the airplane hit the second time, the wings folded. Registration cancelled 15Feb18. 
					Registered 29Mar19 as N65BH; current [Oct20].
				07262	(MSN 75-6866) Registered as N65129; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 6Aug13.
				07267	(MSN 75-6871) Registered as XB-MEW.
				07268	(MSN 75-6872) Registered as N4851N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 20Sep19.
				07270	(MSN 75-6874) Registered as N4401N; cancelled 16Sep13.
				07271	(MSN 75-6875) Registered as N69632. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					crops when the engine failed pulling up at the end of a swathe run and struck the ground attempting 
					to fly under power lines near Solomon, AZ 25Jul64. Registration cancelled 18Nov70.
				07275	(MSN 75-6879) Registered as N64518; cancelled 22Mar56.
				07276	(MSN 75-6880) (VP-73) damaged by Fiat CR-42 and made emergency landing French Morocco Nov 1, 1943. 
					Aircraft saved, crew survived (VPNavy!) [This was likely to have been Catalina BuAer 7276, qv]
				07277	(MSN 75-6881) Registered as N133R. The Stearman crashed on landing rollout at a private airstrip 
					in the vicinity of Huntersville, North Carolina 24Apr97. The airplane sustained substantial damage. 
					The flight originated from Bradford Field, Huntersville, North Carolina, about 10 minutes before 
					the accident. The pilot had been flying out of the airfield about 15 years. There is a ditch/low 
					spot that runs across the runway about 500 feet from the end of the runway. He normally lands 
					long to clear the known obstruction, however, he did not think about it while making this 
					approach. He made a wheel landing and continued with the landing rollout. The tail wheel 
					hit the ditch/low spot and pitched the nose downward. The airplane nosed over and came to rest 
					inverted. Registration current [Oct20].
				07279	(MSN 75-6883) Registered as N66418. Brevard County Mosquito Control, Merritt Island, FL. 
					Registered 21May86 to a private owner; current [Oct20].
				07280	(MSN 75-6884) Registered as N5947V; cancelled 24Jun71.
				07282	(MSN 75-6886) Registered 21Apr48 as NC4433N; cancelled 7Jul49.
				07285	(MSN 75-6889) Registered 6May48 as NC73738; cancelled 26Oct51.
				07286	(MSN 75-6890) Registered 25Aug47 as NC68403; cancelled 1Dec71 on export to Japan.
				07289	(MSN 75-6893) Registered as N5158N. Medford Air Services, Medford, OR. Operated for the 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
					sprayer code 91. The airplane sustained substantial damage following an in-flight collision 
					with a utility pole and subsequent collision with terrain approximately two miles east of the 
					Skagit Regional Airport, Burlington, Washington 15Oct05. The pilot noted a reduction in 
					engine power during the initial climb just after completing a touch-and-go landing at 
					a private airstrip near Burlington. The airplane's takeoff and climb performance was 
					diminished to a point where he elected to initiate an off airport landing to a nearby 
					field. During the approach to the field, the airplane collided with a utility pole 
					resulting in an uncontrolled descent and collision with terrain. The reason for the 
					rough running engine was not determined. Registration current [Oct20].
				07290	(MSN 75-6894) Registered as N65373. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					cotton when the airplane struck power lines starting a swathe run near Miller 
					Airport, McAllen, TX 5Jul69 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 3Sep70.
				07292	(MSN 75-6896) Registered as N4564N. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					crops when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff from a road in 
					gusting winds, struck a pole and the left landing gear collapsed near Coleman, OK 23Sep73. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07293	(MSN 75-6897) Registered as N5150N. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
					pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff from a muddy ranch field and 
					collided with a line fence near Wilsall, MT 1Jul68. Registration current [Oct20].
				07297	(MSN 75-6901) Registered as N75261. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the airplane struck a truck which was driven into the path of the airplane during 
					takeoff from a prepared landing area at the Wilder Airstrip, Crowley, LA 9Jun67. Substantially 
					damaged during aerial application fertilizing rice when the engine failed caused by fuel 
					contamination starting a swathe run on a rice crop and nosed over during the forced landing 
					near Edna, TX 7Jun69. Sale reported 14Mar81, cancelled 19Oct12.
				07300	(MSN 75-6904) Registered as N64976. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot 
					failed to maintain directional control during landing when the left brake failed and the 
					airplane ground looped on a prepared landing area at Cone, TX 9Nov64. Registration cancelled. 
					Registered c1987 as N64976; Registration current [Oct20].
				07301	(MSN 75-6905) Registered as N9040H. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application dusting 
					spinach when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled during landing at Seabrook 
					Farms airstrip, Seabrook, NJ 16Sep66 (1INJ). Registration current [Oct20].
				07304	(MSN 75-6908) Registered as N75011; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				07305	(MSN 75-6909) Registered as N65005; cancelled 18Aug70.
				07307	(MSN 75-6911) Registered as N5113N. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 				
					cotton when the engine failed caused by a loose magneto en route to treat a crop of cotton 
					and nosed over during the forced landing near Blythe, CA 11Sep64. Registration cancelled 5May71.
				07308	(MSN 75-6912) Registered as N75518; cancelled 20Feb56. Registered as TG-DUO-F. Accident 2Oct63.
				07311	(MSN 75-6915) Registered 24Jun48 as NC4334L; cancelled 25Jan71.
				07314	(MSN 75-6918) Registered as N4312X; cancelled 24Aug70.
				07318	(MSN 75-6922) Registered 19May46 as NC60633. Reregistered 11Jul55 as N97X. Wings damaged by strong 
					winds while parked at Rehobeth Beach Airport, DE cOct57. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application spraying crops when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion pulling up at the 
					end of a swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing near White Haven, PA 14Apr68. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing rice when the landing gear 
					collapsed landing on a flooded farm field near Ulm, AR 23May74. Rebuild to stock N2S 
					by Mid-Continent Aircraft, Hayti, MO May84. Based at Lelystad, Netherlands Nov07. 
					Later based in Italy. Registration current [Oct20].
				07319	(MSN 75-6923) Registered as N60737; cancelled 25Apr13. 
				07320	(MSN 75-6924) Registered as N66411; sale reported 30Mar94, cancelled 11Oct12.
				07324	(MSN 75-6928) Registered as N65467. The airplane crashed after takeoff from River Ranch Airstrip, 
					Lake Wales, Florida 10Apr97. The airplane was destroyed. It was about 150 feet on climb out 
					over the runway when the engine quit developing full power. The pilot made a left crosswind 
					turn in an attempt to enter closed traffic and land. The airspeed started to decrease 
					and the airplane would not maintain altitude. There were no forced landing areas available. 		
					He stopped the turn, made a forced landing straight ahead and collided with trees and terrain. 
					The airplane was consumed by post crash fire. The fuel selector valve was found in the OFF position. 
					The pilot stated that he could not specifically recall shutting off the fuel selector valve after 
					impact; however, he stated that he had initiated an aircraft securing procedure before he was 
					forced to evacuate because of leaking fuel and the ensuing fire. Registration current [Oct20]. 
				07325	(MSN 75-6929) Registered as N48579. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot 
					failed to maintain directional control during landing and ground looped at Lucien Field, 
					Shreveport, LA 22Oct77. The airplane impacted the ground while maneuvering about eight miles north 
					of Falcon Field, Mesa, Arizona 31May04. The pilot and passenger sustained fatal injuries; 
					the airplane was destroyed. According to the pilot's family, the flight was intended to be 
					short in duration and for pleasure. When the pilot and passenger did not return, the family 
					notified authorities. A witness stated that the airplane flew overhead and completed a loop. 
					The airplane made an additional pass and then did a barrel roll. It was during this maneuver 
					that the airplane disappeared behind a hill. A few moments later she witnessed a puff of smoke 
					emanating from behind the hill. Registration cancelled 7Dec12.
				07330	(MSN 75-6934) Registered 15Jul46 as NR63519; revoked 9Jul77, cancelled 6Aug13.
				07334	(MSN 75-6938) Registered as N63707; current [Oct20].
				07335	(MSN 75-6939) Registered as TG-DIG-F. Registered as N64704; sale reported 3Jan92, cancelled 27May11 
					port to Guatemala. Registered 24Jun11 as TG-EIP.
				07341	(MSN 75-6945) Registered as NR64558; current [Oct20].
				07342	(MSN 75-6946) Registered as XB-VEI.
				07344	(MSN 75-6948) Registered as N68804; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				07345	(MSN 75-6949) Registered as N65369; current [Oct20].
				07346	(MSN 75-6950) Registered as N55692. Substantially damaged when the pilot misused the brakes during 
					landing and the airplane nosed over at Senator Clarke Airport, Gallup, NM 13Nov79. 
					Registration cancelled 25Sep12.
				07348	(MSN 75-6952) Registered 24Aug48 as NC64414; cancelled 25Oct55. 
				07350	(MSN 75-6954) Registered as N63360; current [Oct20].
				07351	(MSN 75-6955) Registered as N52584. Substantially damaged when the engine failed and the 
					airplane nosed over during the forced landing at Tulsa, OK 13Jan83. The Stearman was substantially 
					damaged when it nosed over during landing at Davidson County Airport (EXX), Lexington, 
					North Carolina 25Jun18. During the second wheel landing of the flight, shortly after the tail 
					wheel touched down on the runway, the airplane drifted to the right. The pilot attempted to 
					stop the drift, and as the airplane approached the right edge of the runway, he applied the 
					wheel brakes. Subsequently, the airplane nosed over on the runway. The right wing, rudder, 
					and vertical stabilizer sustained substantial damage. During a post accident interview, 
					the pilot stated that he got on the brakes a little harder than he should have as the 
					airplane drifted toward the grass. Registration current [Oct20].
				07354	(MSN 75-6958) Registered as N67344. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					crops when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion pulling up at the end of a swathe run 
					dusting celery and nosed over on soft, wet ground during the forced landing near 
					Watsonville, CA 6Apr78. Based in Germany by 2006. Resident at letišt? Mnichovo Hradišt?, 
					Central Bohemia, Czechia by 2009. Registration current [Oct20].
				07355	(MSN 75-6959) Registered as N4439N; current [Oct20].
				07356	(MSN 75-6960) 	Registered as N62897. The Stearman was substantially damaged during a forced 
					landing in Glade Spring, Virginia 11Nov02. The local flight had originated from Abingdon, Virginia. 
					The accident airplane was part of a three airplane formation that had conducted a fly-by 
					at a nearby Veterans Day celebration. At the completion of the fly-by, the three airplanes 
					headed back to Abingdon. In the vicinity of Glade Spring, while two airplanes continued 
					on to Abingdon, the pilot of the accident airplane broke formation, and descended. 
					Several witnesses observed the accident airplane performing low level flight, below the 
					level of the surrounding hills. The pilot was maneuvering at a low altitude when the 
					engine lost power, and could not clear a tree ahead of him. There was no suitable terrain 
					that he could reach, and the airplane struck the tree, and came to rest inverted. 
					The upper and lower right side wings were destroyed, and the upper and lower left side 
					wings had received substantial damage. Restoration started by Raymonds Aircraft Restoration, 
					Deurne, Belgium 2016. Registration cancelled 13Sep18.
				07361	(MSN 75-6965) Registered as N66741; cancelled 21May65.
				07362	(MSN 75-6966) Registered as N65693; current [Oct20].
				07365	(MSN 75-6969) Registered 3Sep48 as NC9493H; cancelled 22Jun49.
				07367	(MSN 75-6971) Registered as N65004; current [Oct20].
				07368	(MSN 75-6972) Registered as N1194N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for the 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-53; 
					sprayer code 4. Ground looped and nosed over at the edge of the runway at Budworm City 1952. 
					Registration cancelled.
				07369	(MSN 75-6973) Registered as N66415. Registered 13May65 to the Florida State Board of Health. 
					Brevard County Mosquito Control, Merritt Island, FL; sprayer code 4. Crashed and destroyed 
					during aerial application spraying mosquitoes when the airplane struck a power line tower 
					during a swathe run near Merritt Island 16Jun65. Registration cancelled 23Jul65.
				07370	(MSN 75-6974) Registered as N67517. Tri-Valley Dusters, Holtville, CA. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
					sprayer code 53. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application when the airplane 
					descended into a grain crop during a swathe run and the landing gear collapsed when 
					it struck a concrete ditch at near Holtville, CA 3Apr73. Registration cancelled 25Jun73.
				07373	(MSN 75-6977) Registered as N9136H; current [Oct20].
				07374	(MSN 75-6978) Registered as N58755; cancelled 23Aug16.
				07377	(MSN 75-6981) Registered as N5801V; cancelled 5Sep51 on export to El Salvador.
				07378	(MSN 75-6982) Registered as N75423. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying beans 
					when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed during unwarranted low flying and stalled near 
					Lake Charles, LA 14Sep67 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 18Nov14.
				07379	(MSN 75-6983) Registered as N4961N. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
					beans when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run near 
					Fulton, AR 10Sep64 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 7Jun18.
				07381	(MSN 75-6985) Registered as N69176. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; sprayer code 124. 
					Damaged when the engine lost power at Medford, OR 18Jun90. The pilot set up for a forced landing 
					in a field but the engine then produced power and he decided to go around but struck power lines. 
					Water was found in the carburettor. Registration current [Oct20]
				07383	(MSN 75-6987) Registered as N52067; cancelled 13Oct55.
				07384	(MSN 75-6988) Registered as N52954; cancelled 15Aug13.
				07386	(MSN 75-6990) Registered as N64692; cancelled 19Aug13.
				07387	(MSN 75-6991) Registered as N66414. Registered to the Florida State Board of Health. 
					Brevard County Mosquito Control, Merritt Island, FL; sprayer code 6. Registration current [Oct20].
				07394	(MSN 75-6998) Registered 14Sep47 as NC68802; cancelled 13Oct55.
				07396	(MSN 75-7000) Registered as N66183; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 14Aug13.
				07402	(MSN 75-7006) Registered 6May46 as NC62417; cancelled 15Feb56.
				07403	(MSN 75-7007) Registered as N52951. The Stearman and a Taylorcraft BC12-D, N44111, collided while 
					they were both landing on the same runway at Farmers Pride Airport (9N7), Fredericksburg, 
					Pennsylvania 9Oct99. The Stearman received minor damage and the Taylorcraft was substantially damaged. 
					The pilot of the Stearman had departed on a local flight with a passenger onboard. He began 
					his turn on base, noticing an aircraft sitting beside the office waiting for takeoff. 
					He scanned for traffic and obstacles on the runway then turned final. He was lined up 
					on the center line, flared for landing and just as he touched down struck the Taylorcraft. 
					The pilot of Taylorcraft was making full stop takeoffs and landings. He reported that he did not 
					see any other airplanes in the traffic pattern. After the round out and flare, tracking 
					nicely along centerline and transition to a 3 point landing, the pilot felt a thud, 
					looked to the left and witnessed the left wing falling off the airplane. A witness at the 
					airport saw the Stearman approaching the Taylorcraft on short final and contacted the 
					Taylorcraft at the point of touchdown or shortly after. Another witness observed both 
					aircraft on final approach with adequate spacing and normal speeds. The Taylorcraft 
					made a normal touchdown and rollout. The Stearman then proceeded to touchdown on the 
					tail structure of the Taylorcraft with the Stearman’s right main landing gear tire. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07405	(MSN 75-7009) 	Registered as N61202. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Substantially 
					damaged during aerial application when the pilot failed to maintain directional control 
					during takeoff, lifted off prematurely and struck trees in an almond orchard at the end of 
					the runway at 33 Strip (CA54), Tracy, CA 25Jul83. Noted derelict at Tracy, CA Oct98. 
					Registration cancelled 24May04.
				07406	(MSN 75-7010) Registered 14Mar49 as N75538; cancelled 12Oct55.
				07410	(MSN 75-7014) Registered as N74636; cancelled 27Jan55.
				07411	(MSN 75-7015) Registered 4Apr49 as N59397; cancelled 8Mar56,
				07412	(MSN 75-7016) Registered as N450SR. Ran off the side of the runway when the tail wheel spring 
					failed after landing at Prescott, AZ 17Apr87. The airplane was substantially damaged during a 
					forced landing near Gaviota, California 4Mar95. The forced landing was precipitated by a loss 
					of engine power. The flight originated at Chino, California, on the day of the accident with 
					a fuel stop at Santa Paula, California; the flight was destined for Santa Maria, California. 
					The pilot experienced carburettor icing and lost power. He crash-landed on a major highway median. 
					Post accident examination of the aircraft found an improper carburettor heat control with 
					an unsecured housing, broken airbox with missing hardware (bolts), and a partially collapsed 
					aluminum air intake duct to the airbox. Used for wing-walking experiences. Registration current [Oct20].
				07414	(MSN 75-7018) Registered as XB-PUN. Registered 15Jun92 as N4106Y; current [Oct20].
				07421	(MSN 75-7025) Registered as N73739; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				07423	(MSN 75-7027) Registered as N60839. Registered 12Mar90 to Marsh Aviation International, Mesa, AZ. 
					The upper wings of the Stearman were replaced and radios installed. In 1990, the airframe was 
					shipped to the Netherlands where it flew until 1996. At that time the airframe needed so much 
					maintenance that is was better to restore the aircraft. Restoration was started by Aeroservice 
					at Lelystad Airport 2000. Registration PH-TOX reserved 13Jan12. The fully restored Stearman 
					flew for the first time again on 19Jun12. Flown to Oostwold where the restoration was completed. 
					Registration N60839 was cancelled 15Jul14 as exported to the Netherlands, but the same day, 
					registration N60839 was restored. Registered 1Aug14 to Joe Brewer, Oostwold, Netherlands. 
					Registration cancelled 15Dec14 on export to the Netherlands. Registered 19Dec14 as PH-TOX; current [Oct20].
				07424	(MSN 75-7028) Registered 8Jun49 as N4579N; cancelled 10Jan52.
				07425	(MSN 75-7029) Registered as N10583. Substantially damaged when the engine failed after takeoff 
					from Lakeview Airport (30F) Dallas, TX 15May86. The pilot had just departed the airport, started 
					to turn crosswind at 500 ft and began climbing, when the engine started sputtering and lost power. 
					He did not have enough altitude to return to the airport and had to ditch the aircraft in 
					Lewisville Lake 200 yds off the north end of the runway. Registration current [Oct20].
				07426	(MSN 75-7030) Registered as N67348. Registered 8Sep87 as N36PH; current [Oct20].
				07432	(MSN 75-7036) Registered as N4581N; current [Oct20].
				07433	(MSN 75-7037) Registered as N1030M; cancelled 9Aug18.
				07434	(MSN 75-7038) Registered as N65782; current [Oct20].
				07437	(MSN 75-7041) Registered as N65680. Registered as N2313. Modified as A75L300. Substantially damaged 
					when the pilot noticed that the left wheel was not rotating during landing and the airplane 
					nosed down at Van Sant Airport, Erwinna, PA 4Aug73. Substantially damaged when the pilot 
					failed to maintain directional control during landing and ground looped on the right side of the 
					runway when a sudden gust of wind occurred at Marlboro, NJ 11Jun88. The Stearman collided with 
					Piper J-3, N7308H, while taxying for takeoff at Readington, New Jersey 31Jul94. The Stearman 
					sustained minor damage, and the J-3 was substantially damaged. The accident occurred during an 
					air show at Solberg-Hunterdon Airport. The pilots of both airplanes were conducting sightseeing 
					operations, involving multiple takeoffs and landings. The J-3 had just landed on the grass strip 
					and was back-tracking to the parking area. The Stearman was taxying onto the runway for takeoff. 
					The Stearman was substantially damaged when it nosed over during the takeoff roll from 
					Marlboro Airport (2N8), Matawan, New Jersey 15Jul01. One witness said his attention was drawn 
					to the accident airplane when the engine started. He watched the airplane taxy from in front 
					of its hangar to the runway, and then through the entire takeoff roll and accident sequence. 
					According to the witness the pilot pushed it out and started it in front of his hangar, 
					then taxyed it about 500 feet to the runway. During the takeoff roll, the tail wheel came up 
					sooner than usual. It looked normal when the tail came up, but it continued to roll forward 
					in the pitch axis until the prop struck the ground. In one continuous motion, the nose rotated 
					forward and the prop started to strike the runway. The airplane continued about 250 feet and 
					nosed straight over onto the grass. Registration cancelled 4Mar16 on export to Australia. 
					Registered 21Jul16 as VH-INK; current [Oct20].
				07438	(MSN 75-7042) Registered as N5120N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 23Aug18.
				07439	(MSN 75-7043) Registered as N65754; current [Oct20].
				07440	(MSN 75-7044) Registered as N66500; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 26Sep13.
				07441	(MSN 75-7045) Registered as N65669; current [Oct20].
				07444	(MSN 75-7048) Registered as N62533; cancelled 14Mar11.
				07445	(MSN 75-7049) 	Registered as N75227. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
					rice when the engine crankshaft failed causing the propeller assembly to separate from the 
					engine when pulling up at the end of a swathe run and stalled during the forced landing near 
					Sulphur, LA 16Jul65 (1INJ). Registration current [Oct20].
				07446	(MSN 75-7050) Registered 10Jun46 as NC52599; cancelled 13Nov50.
				07448	(MSN 75-7052) Registered 7Feb47 as NC75229; cancelled 7Jun51.
				07452	(MSN 75-7056) Registered as N6875S; current [Oct20].
				07455	(MSN 75-7059) Registered 19Jan53 as N65305; cancelled 15Apr65.	
				07457	(MSN 75-7061) Registered as N65368. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled pulling up during a swathe run 
					near Holmwood, LA 28May79. Registration current [Oct20].
				07458	(MSN 75-7062) Registered in Mexico as XB-QUX. Sold to USA Aug77.
				07459	(MSN 75-7063) Registered 18Jan49 as N9057H; cancelled 30Jul51.
				07461	(MSN 75-7065) Registered 14Nov46 as NC9588H; cancelled 29Apr48.
				07463	(MSN 75-7067) Registered 15Jan49 as N75534; cancelled 21Feb49.
				07464	(MSN 75-7068) Registered 5Sep47 as NC4472N; cancelled 19Apr50 on export tom Mexico.
				07465	(MSN 75-7069) Registered as N74635; cancelled 17Feb06.
				07469	(MSN 75-7073) Registered as N64386. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957-58; sprayer code 209. 
					Registered 6Jul92 to an owner in Germany. Registration cancelled 31Aug05 on export to Germany. 
					Registered as D-ERAX. Registered 18Dec18 as LN-VAR. ‘Spirit of Norway’
				07470	(MSN 75-7074) Registered 2Dec46 as NC4601N; cancelled 17Oct50.
				07472	(MSN 75-7076) NAS Bunker Hill, Peru, IN; code 138. Registered 12Jul49 as N9531H; cancelled 1Feb50 
					on export to Mexico.
				07476	(MSN 75-7080) Registered as N65996. While providing instruction to the aircraft owner, during the 
					landing rollout on the runway at Springfield - Branson National Airport (SGF) in Springfield, MO, 
					the aircraft drifted to the right of centerline. The CFI took the controls and applied left brake, 
					resulting in a ground loop on the runway and minor aircraft damage to the bottom wing 6Jul12. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07477	(MSN 75-7081) Registered as N69389. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
					when the pilot was testing the runway condition after heavy rain, failed to maintain directional 
					control during takeoff, struck a ditch and the landing gear collapsed at 
					Merigold Airport, MS 13May68 (1INJ). Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
					cotton when the airplane struck power lines during a swathe run near Merigold, MS 22Oct74. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07478	(MSN 75-7082) Registered in Panama as RX-94E. Reregistered 1952 as HP-94. Compañía Aérea de 
					Fumigación Agricola S.A. Cancelled c1953 after being taken over by Gobierro Nacional.
				07479	(MSN 75-7083) Registered 28Jan49 as N5157N; cancelled 17Jan72.
				07480	(MSN 75-7084)
				07481	(MSN 75-7085) Registered 1956 as N95440. Sale reported to Quantico, VA 8Jan92; registration 
					cancelled 27Jun13. Displayed at Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA. Displayed 
					at Virginia Air and Space Science Center, Hampton, VA Aug04. 
				07482	(MSN 75-7086) Registered 27Jun47 as NC52050; cancelled 8Nov55.	
				07485	(MSN 75-7089) Registered 13May47 as NC73625; cancelled 2Sep47.
				07487	(MSN 75-7091) Registered as N59095; cancelled 1Feb71.
				07493	(MSN 75-7097) Registered as N52937; current [Oct20].
				07494	(MSN 75-7098) Registered as N65361. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff and struck a soft area 
					at Fairchild private airstrip, Edgerly, LA 12Jun74. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when the airplane nosed over landing in a farmer’s field at Iowa, LA 5May83. 
					The pilot was landing to check his aerial application load and talk to a farmer. During 
					touchdown the main landing gear dug into the soft ground and the aircraft nosed over. 
					Sale reported 14Mar98; registration cancelled 2Apr13.
				07495	(MSN 75-7099) Registered as N5762N. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 28Jan71.
				07497	(MSN 75-7101) Registered 1Mar51 as N69798; cancelled 12Jun65.
				07501	(MSN 75-7105) Registered 23Sep53 as N64566; cancelled 22Jun94.
				07503	(MSN 75-7107) Registered as N75315; cancelled.
				07504	(MSN 75-7108) Registered as N63712; current [Oct20].
				07505	(MSN 75-7109) Registered as N65014; current [Oct20].
				07508	(MSN 75-7112) Registered as N4402N; cancelled 10Jun75.
				07509	(MSN 75-7113) Registered as NC58850. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for the 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-55; 
					sprayer code 16. Registration cancelled.
				07510	(MSN 75-7114) Registered as N5431N; cancelled 18Jun13.
				07511	(MSN 75-7115) Registered as N73583. Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by fuel 
					starvation in the traffic pattern to land and collided with trees during the forced landing 
					at Piney Green Airport, Jacksonville, NC 19Jun69 (1INJ). Registration current [Oct20].
				07512	(MSN 75-7116) 	Registered as N9697H. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application dusting 
					fruit orchards when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run near 
					Yuba City, CA 17Apr65. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing rice when 
					the engine failed returning to the Newhaul landing strip at the end of a swathe run and 
					nosed over during the forced landing on wet, soft ground near Meridian, CA 2Jul71. Registration cancelled.
				07513	(MSN 75-7117) Registered 1956 as N64570; sale reported 30Sep03, cancelled 9Oct12.
				07516	(MSN 75-7120) Registered 7Apr49 as N5155N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for the 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 13. 
					Registration cancelled 25May71.
				07517	(MSN 75-7121)	Registered as N36991. During taxy the wind lifted the tailed and the airplane 
					rested on its nose at an air show at Titusville, FL 8Mar86. United States Army Aviation Museum, 
					Storage, Guthrie AHP, Enterprise, AL by Apr93. Sale reported to Fort Rucker 8Nov99, registration 
					cancelled 19Aug13. 
				07518	(MSN 75-7122) Registered as N9283H. Substantially damaged after takeoff when the engine failed 
					caused by fuel starvation and the right wing struck a pipe line marker during the forced landing 
					near Twin Pine Airport, Pennington, NJ 10Oct74. Sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 18Mar13.
				07520	(MSN 75-7124) Registered 30Jul57 as N65573. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					spraying grain fields when the airplane encountered a downdraft near a canyon wall pulling 
					up at the end of a swathe run, the load was jettisoned too late and the airplane struck the 
					ground near Nezperce, ID 4Jun76. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application fertilizing 
					grain fields when the airplane collided with trees near Kamiah, ID 25May79 (pilot killed). 
					Reregistered 15Sep07 as N7520. Best Primary Trainer award at EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh, WI 2007. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07521	(MSN 75-7125) Registered 9Oct46 as NC64539; cancelled 30Dec70.
				07522	(MSN 75-7126) Registered as N5154N; cancelled 17Dec14.
				07524	(MSN 75-7128) Registered as N59085. Texas Crop Dusting (and) Spraying; sprayer code 101. 
					Crashed and destroyed during aerial application just prior to beginning a swathe run at 
					Webb, TX 11Jul83. The pilot stated that before flying under wires, a bird struck and broke 
					a plastic fuel gauge mounted under the center section of the upper wing. Fuel sprayed 
					onto the windscreen and the pilots face restricting his forward visibility. In an effort 
					to miss the power lines the aircraft was flown into trees. There was nothing left of the 
					Stearman but the data plate, landing gear and a few fittings. They were sold to a man 
					who was building up a Stearman and need the data plate and paper work. The inference 
					here is that if it was not the airframe involved in the crash that was re-built - and only 
					the data plate was re-used - then the aircraft subsequently restored from this point 
					has unknown origins. Registration cancelled 22Apr88. Registered 28Apr88 as SE-BOG. 
					Equipped for wing walking. Sponsor was Jetpaket. Named ‘The Expensive Noise’. Sold 7Oct99 
					and renamed ‘Expensive Lady’. Sponsor was Yakovlev [noted 2005/06]; Breitling [2010/17]. 
					Registration cancelled 8Jan20. Registered 8Jan20 as G-IYII. Operated by AeroSuperBatics Ltd, 
					Rencomb, Cirencester, England as a display and wing-walking team in UK and worldwide.
				07525	(MSN 75-7129) Registered as N9752H; current [Oct20].
				07526	(MSN 75-7130) Preserved at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, USS Yorktown, Mount Pleasant, 
					South Carolina. Displayed hanging in the hangar by the entrance to the Smokey Stover Memorial Theater.
				07527	(MSN 75-7131) Registered as N4576N. Farm Air Service Inc, Nome, TX. Substantially damaged during 
					aerial application seeding rice when the pilot taxyed too fast on a prepared landing area with 
					the tail off the ground and the propeller struck and killed a farm worker at the Wilson strip, 
					Winnie, TX 10Jul73 (1 killed). Registration cancelled 20Jul07.
				07528	(MSN 75-7132) Registered 15Sep49 as N1396M; cancelled 3Apr50.
				07532	(MSN 75-7136) Registered as N1042M; revoked 14Jan77. Registered 18May06 as N1042M; sale 
					reported 15Dec08, cancelled 8Jun11. Registered 30Sep11 as N1042M current [Oct20].
				07535	(MSN 75-7139) Registered as N4715V; cancelled 3Aug53 on export to Mexico.
				07536	(MSN 75-7140) Registered 22Jun01 as N4059P; current [Oct20].
				07537	(MSN 75-7141) Registered as N64554; current [Oct20].
				07539	(MSN 75-7143) Registered as N63590. Based in the United Kingdom at Tibenham (Priory Farm), 
					Norfolk c.2001. Registration current [Oct20].
				07541	(MSN 75-7145) Registered as N68135. Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application 
					fertilizing rice when the airplane struck electronic towers starting a swathe run near 
					Meridian, CA 28May68 (pilot killed). The airplane impacted trees during a landing go around 
					at Woodlake Landing Airport, Sandwich, Illinois, and was substantially damaged 8May94. 
					While landing, a sideward drift developed and the right wing began to lift up. The pilot 
					attempted a go around, dragged the left wingtip on the ground, and became airborne. 
					The pilot reported that when he realized he would not clear trees, he reduced power to land. 
					The airplane contacted trees, substantially damaging all four wings, the wing center 
					sections, and rupturing fuel lines. No fire occurred and the pilot had to assist the front 
					seat passenger in egressing the airplane. Registration current [Oct20].
				07546	(MSN 75-7150) Registered 19Feb48 as NC1007M; cancelled 10Jan49 on export to Cuba.
				07547	(MSN 75-7151) Registered 27Nov46 as NC52938; cancelled 23Dec46.
				07548	(MSN 75-7152) Registered as N9913H. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application fertilizing 
					grain fields when the propeller failed and separated en route to treat a grain crop near 
					Sherrill, AR 8Mar65 (pilot killed); the propeller was not approved for the engine installation. 
					Registration cancelled 14May65.
				07551	(MSN 75-7155) Registered as N1033M. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 17Mar94.
				07552	(MSN 75-7156) Registered as N64648; current [Oct20].
				07554	(MSN 75-7158) Registered as N79481. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
					beans when the airplane struck power lines while trying to fly underneath during a swathe run 
					on a crop of beans near Normandy, IL 31Jul68. Registration cancelled 10Jun70.
				07555	(MSN 75-7159) Registered 12Mar51 as N64641; cancelled 2Jul51 on export to Mexico.
				07557	(MSN 75-7161) Registered 1957 as N65681. Modified as A75L300. Sale reported 5Nov04, cancelled 20Aug13.
				07559	(MSN 75-7163) Registered as N9770H; current [Oct20].
				07562	(MSN 75-7166) Registered as N5107N; cancelled 6Feb06.
				07563	(MSN 75-7167) Registered as N58758. Accident during a swathe run for mosquito control when a 
					flagman/loader failed to take adequate precautions to avoid the aircraft twenty miles south 
					of Kenna, NM 17May65 (1 minor injury). Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Feb13.
				07564	(MSN 75-7168) Registered 1956 as N65598. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application seeding 
					crops when a propeller blade failed and the engine separated from the aircraft while pulling 
					up at the end of a swathe run to treat a wheat crop near Gilliam, LA 16Oct67 (1INJ). 
					Sale reported 31Oct90, cancelled 9Oct12.
				07567	(MSN 75-7171) Registered as N9826H. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					tomatoes when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion pulling up at the end of a swathe run, 
					the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled near Florida City, FL 22Dec74 (pilot killed). 
					Reregistered 9Apr02 as N55969; current [Oct20].
				07570	(MSN 75-7174) Registered as N66441; cancelled 24Sep70.
				07571	(MSN 75-7175) Registered 27Jun50 as N52084; cancelled 26May55.
				07572	(MSN 75-7176) Registered as N17695; current [Oct20].
				07574	(MSN 75-7178) Registered as XB-MOJ.
				07580	(MSN 75-7184) Registered as N9783H; cancelled 28May65.
				07584	(MSN 75-7188) Registered as N5580Y; current [Oct20].
				07585	(MSN 75-7189) Registered as N9782H; current [Oct20].
				07587	(MSN 75-7191) Registered as N5080N. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
					pilot was exposed to Parathion poisoning, the airplane was found inverted in 2ft of water 
					with the pilot in a coma near El Reno Airport, OK 20Apr73. Registration cancelled 22Jun76.
				07588	(MSN 75-7192) Registered 21Oct52 as N9834H; cancelled 31Jul75.
				07591	(MSN 75-7195) Registered as N5118N. Crashed and destroyed during aerobatics when the pilot 
					failed to recover from an intentional spin prior to impact at Jonathan Creek private airstrip, 
					Waynesville, NC 1Sep74 (2 killed). Registration current [Oct20]. Resident at the Valiant Air 
					Command Museum, Space Coast Regional Airport, Titusville, FL.
				07595	(MSN 75-7199) Registered as NR69248. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; sprayer code 122. 
					Registration cancelled 17Nov14.	
				07596	(MSN 75-7200) Registered as NC5618N; cancelled 26Sep47.
				07597	(MSN 75-7201) Registered as N9268H. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the engine lost power caused by impeller blower failure pulling up at the end of a 
					swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing near Bay City, TX 6May64. Registration cancelled 6Jan82.
				07600	(MSN 75-7204) Registered as N1046M; current [Oct20].
				07602	(MSN 75-7206) Registered as N1634M; current [Oct20].
				07603	(MSN 75-7207) Registered as N66442. Substantially damaged when the pilot failed to maintain 
					flying speed and directional control during takeoff and stalled into trees at Clifton Farm 
					private airstrip, Warrenton, VA 1Jul72. Registration cancelled 30Apr13. Registered 2Nov15 as N66442; 
					current [Oct20].
				07605	(MSN 75-7209) Registered 8Sep47 as NC5412N; cancelled 18Oct55.
				07609	(MSN 75-7213) Registered 14Oct46 as NC9912H. Mid-air collision with a Cessna 150D, N5933T, 
					when the Stearman made a close-in pattern during final approach to land at uncontrolled 
					Osage Airport, IA 27Aug70. The Stearman landed safely; the Cessna crashed into a house 
					(2 fatalities). Substantially damaged on a flight from Tucson, AZ to El Paso International 
					Airport, TX when the airplane was low on fuel and nosed over during the forced landing 
					on unsuitable sandy terrain near Mesilla, NM 4Jul80. Substantially damaged when the airplane 
					ground looped in gusty winds landing after a flight from Truth or Consequences Municipal 
					Airport, NM at El Paso International Airport 16Aug81. Registration current [Oct20]. 
					Resident at Lelystad Airport, Netherlands. Named ‘Old Crow’ with artwork on rear fuselage. 
					Flown by KLM pilots from Seppe/Breda International Airport to Schiphol, Amsterdam in honor 
					of KLM 100th anniversary 17May20.
				07610	(MSN 75-7214) Registered as N69423; cancelled 28Apr54. Registered as TG-JOC. Accident 21Nov75. 
					Registered as N69423 with MSN 747214; revoked 14Jan77.
				07611	(MSN 75-7215) Registered 6Aug48 as N67847; cancelled 13Oct55.
				07613	(MSN 75-7217) Registered 29Jan82 as N52085; cancelled 29Oct14.
				07615	(MSN 75-7219) Registered as N5948V; cancelled 16Feb66.
				07621	(MSN 75-7225) Registered as N68480. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for the Canadian 
					Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952; sprayer code 9. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07623	(MSN 75-7227) 	Registered as N65593. Features in a crop-spraying flight sequence in Petticoat 
					Junction - Birdman Of Shady Rest - S4 E2 - Part 1 [aired 20 September 1966]. A young crop-dusting 
					pilot makes a crash landing near the Shady Rest Hotel and an equally hard impact on Kate Bradley's 
					daughters. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying alfalfa when the airplane 
					struck an automobile next to the runway approaching to land on a prepared landing area at 
					Sargent’s farm, Blythe, CA 16Mar69. Sale reported 3Jan92, cancelled 25Mar13.
				07624	(MSN 75-7228) 	Registered as N75514. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the engine lost power caused by cylinder failure on final approach landing near 
					Sacramento, CA 13Jun70. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing rice when 
					the brake and rudder pedal assembly separated during the takeoff run at Chambers private airstrip, 
					Pleasant Grove, CA 22Jul78. Sale reported 11Dec84, cancelled 26Feb13.
				07628	(MSN 75-7232) Registered as N117RV; current [Oct20].
				07633	(MSN 75-7237) Registered as N5568V. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying a 
					bean crop when the pilot failed to obtain flying speed during the initial climb after takeoff 
					and stalled at a farm strip near Sioux City, IA 8Jun80. Registration cancelled.
				07635	(MSN 75-7239) Registered as N66443; cancelled 30Apr13.
				07636	(MSN 75-7240) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard as 07636 19Oct46. SOC 28Jan47. 
					Registered 12Jun47 as NC1308M; cancelled 30Jun47.
				07640	(MSN 75-7244) Registered 26Feb47 as NC75510; cancelled 12Oct55.
				07643	(MSN 75-7247) Registered as N5404N. Substantially damaged after a flight from Northbrook, IL when 
					the airplane ground looped and nosed over landing at Chicagoland Airport (3CG), Wheeling, IL 12Aug72. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07645	(MSN 75-7249) Registered 5Sep97 as N17678. The airplane experienced a partial loss of engine 
					power during initial climb from the Casa Grande Municipal Airport, Casa Grande, Arizona 10Aug02. 
					The pilot made a forced landing in a field. During rollout, the airplane rolled into a ditch 
					and was substantially damaged. The pilot reported that 35 gallons of fuel were in the airplane's 
					tanks when he initiated the accident flight. The engine power loss occurred between 400 and 500 
					feet above ground level, and the airplane began descending. The pilot slowed the airplane to 
					its maximum glide airspeed and reversed course in an effort to return to the departure airport. 
					Unable to reach the airport, the pilot landed in open desert terrain. During rollout, the airplane 
					slowed to between 20 and 30 miles per hour and impacted the upslope side of a ditch. 
					The engine was subsequently examined and numerous deficiencies were noted; however, the specific 
					reason that the engine lost partial power was not ascertained. Registration current [Oct20].
				07650	(MSN 75-7254) Registered as N75052; current [Oct20].
				07651	(MSN 75-7255) Registered as N65694; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 7Aug13.
				07657	(MSN 75-7261) Registered 9Dec48 as N73780; cancelled 2May51.
				07658	(MSN 75-7262) Registered as N79480; revoked 14Jan77. Registered 10Apr02 as N79480; current [Oct20].
				07662	(MSN 75-7266) Registered 3Mar47 as NC59093; cancelled 8Mar56.
				07668	(MSN 75-7272) Registered 29Apr49 as N9598H; cancelled 14Feb56. Registered 5May53 as CF-FRY to 
					Leavens Brothers Air Services Ltd, Essex, Ontario. Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-58; sprayer code 75. Substantially damaged 
					when the pilot misjudged the approach and landed too far down the runway and braked too hard, 
					causing the aircraft to nose over at Budworm City 1Jul57. Registration cancelled 21Aug62 on 
					export to Honduras.
				07669	(MSN 75-7273) Registered as N65993; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 14Aug13.
				07671	(MSN 75-7275)	Registered as N52093. Registered in Mexico as XB-RIY. Used by the Mexican Air 
					Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana, then converted to a crop duster. Restoration project for 
					sale by auction at Sotheby’s Nov96. Used by AeroSuperBatics Ltd in UK as a travelling exhibit 
					to promote its wing-walking displays. Painted for sponsor Utterly Butterly (a dairy spread). 
					Noted derelict in external storage by 2014.
				07672	(MSN 75-7276) Registered as N66290. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing 
					rice when the engine failed after takeoff and collided with wires during the forced landing 
					near Crowley, LA 19Apr65. Registration current [Oct20].
				07674	(MSN 75-7278) Registered as N59087. Substantially damaged en route to aerial application when 
					the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion and nosed over during the forced landing near 
					Buckeye, AZ 2Jul67. Destroyed during aerial application defoliating cotton when an engine 
					oil pressure line flexible hose leaked oil, covering the pilot’s clothing and obscuring 
					his vision during a hard forced landing near Buckeye, AZ 2Oct68. Registration cancelled 19May15.
				07675	(MSN 75-7279) NAS Pensacola, FL; code 5M508.
				07676	(MSN 75-7280) Registered as N68117. While landing for the second time on the local flight, 
					the airplane immediately veered to the right at Westport Airport (71K), Wichita, KS 25Mar11. 
					The pilot attempted to correct the airplane's ground track by the use of rudder and brakes. 
					After attempting to correct the ground track through the use of increased engine power, 
					the pilot chose to bring the airplane to a stop. The airplane departed the runway, 
					collided with a drainage ditch, and came to rest inverted. Substantial crushing damage 
					was sustained to the airplane's upper wings. The pilot of the tail-wheel equipped 
					Fairchild M-62A, N73529, airplane reported that after landing on the private grass runway, 
					he pulled off to the right of the runway about 2/3 of the way down with his engine at idle 
					power to watch a Stearman airplane, which he had been flying in tandem with, land at 
					High Point Airport (3KS5), Valley Center, KS 22Oct16. The Fairchild pilot further reported 
					that the Stearman appeared to be approaching a little fast, touched down about 1/2 way down 
					the runway, and started drifting to the right, toward the stopped Fairchild. The pilot 
					of the Stearman reported that during the landing roll he was looking out of the left side of 
					the Stearman, misjudged the width of the grass runway, and clipped the Fairchild on the 
					edge of the runway. The Stearman then impacted a tree, resulting in substantial damage 
					to the lower left wing and both right wings. The Stearman pilot reported that it was possible 
					that the tail wheel bracket was broken prior to the airplane colliding with the Fairchild 
					and impacting trees. Registration current [Oct20].
				07677	(MSN 75-7281) Registered as N68164; cancelled 22Jul75.
				07679	(MSN 75-7283) Registered 21Aug47 as NC5025N; cancelled 31Dec70.
				07682	(MSN 75-7286) Registered 8Apr49 as N4636N; cancelled 6Oct55 on export to El Salvador.
				07683	(MSN 75-7287) Registered as N5500N. Damaged while parked when turned over in a storm c1961. 
					Registered as N175SE; current [Oct20].
				07684	(MSN 75-7288) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard as 07684 24Oct46. SOC 19Jan47. 
					Registered as N1321M; cancelled 21Jun12.
				07687	(MSN 75-7291) Registered 28Feb47 as NC4504N; cancelled 13Jul47.
				07688	(MSN 75-7292) registered as N67343. Destroyed during aerial application spraying crops when the 
					pilot failed to maintain flying speed in the initial climb after takeoff and stalled at 
					Paso Robles Municipal Airport, CA 28Dec66 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 16Nov67.
				07689	(MSN 75-7293) Registered 8Jun49 as N4578N; cancelled 10Jan52.
				07691	(MSN 75-7295) Registered as N68424. Noted in Australia 1985. Crashed departing Goulburn, NSW 
					for a flight to ‘landra’, 30km northeast of Young, NSW 25Jan86. At a height of about 150 feet 
					after a normal take-off, the aircraft commenced to roll slowly to the right. Corrective control 
					inputs appeared to the pilot to have little or no effect and the aircraft continued to roll, 
					with accompanying nose drop and yaw. The right wing tip struck the ground, followed by the 
					landing gear. The gear was torn off and the aircraft overturned, coming to rest across a 
					drainage ditch. No fault was subsequently found with the aircraft which might have 
					contributed to the loss of control. There was no evidence of wind shear or any other 
					atmospheric disturbance. The pilot reported that the engine power, attitude and airspeed 
					had been such that a normal climb should have been achieved. The reason for the accident 
					has not been determined. Registration expired 21Mar97, cancelled 27Aug13.
				07692	(MSN 75-7296) Registered as N47659. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying 
					a crop of grain when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run 
					near Othello, WA 31Jul65 (1INJ). Registration expired 31Dec12, cancelled 20Jul17.
				07694	(MSN 75-7298) Registered as NC4501N; expired 8Jul89, cancelled 18Jun13. Registered 15Oct15 
					as N4501N; current [Oct20].
				07701	(MSN 75-7305) Registered 23Jul48 as NC9571H; cancelled 14Feb56.
				07703	(MSN 75-7307) Registered as N9911H; cancelled 20May65,
				07704	(MSN 75-7308) Registered 30Dec46 as NC53370; cancelled 28Apr48.
				07706	(MSN 75-7310) Registered as N43ST. Restoration started 1992; first flight post-restoration 27Aug12. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07709	(MSN 75-7313) Registered as N1035M. Damaged when the pilot failed to maintain directional control 
					during a bounced landing and ground looped at Oxford, CT 8Apr04. Resident at Antwerp, Belgium 2010. 
					Registration cancelled 25Apr19 on export to United Kingdom. Registered 29Apr19 as G-WWLK to The 
					Wing Walk Company, Bromley, Kent; based at Headcorn, Kent.
				07710	(MSN 75-7314) Registered as N1636M; current [Oct20].
				07711	(MSN 75-7315) Registered as N5047V. Substantially damaged practicing for aerial application when 
					the airplane nosed over landing at Delta private airstrip, Tracy, CA 6Oct64. Registration 
					cancelled Oct 13, 1981 on export to Australia. Registered 7Apr82 as VH-AGR. Marked as BuAer 57315. 
					Reregistered 29Dec89 as VH-PUD. Restored; first flight post-restoration at Tyabb, VIC 7Jan18. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07713	(MSN 75-7317) Registered as N61125; cancelled 21Oct55.
				07714	(MSN 75-7318) Registered as N65666. Registered 6Sep91 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, 
					Midland, TX. Confederate Air Force; renamed Commemorative Air Force Jan02. Damaged when the pilot 
					failed to maintain directional control during landing, applied too much brake and nosed over 
					landing at Odessa, TX 28Jun96. Damaged when the pilot failed to maintain directional control 
					during landing, departed the left side of the runway into loose dirt and gravel and nosed 
					over at Odessa, TX 25Aug99. Registration current [Oct20]. Based with Commemorative Air Force-Desert 
					Squadron, Odessa, TX.
				07715	(MSN 75-7319) Registered as N58756; cancelled 10Oct12 on export to Germany. Registered Oct12 as D-EKTS. 
					Registered 2Feb15 as N667BS; current [Oct20]. Resident at Schonhagen Airport, Berlin, Germany.
				07717	(MSN 75-7321) Registered as N917PT. Damaged when the student pilot failed lost control during landing, 
					the instructor took control to make a go around but struck a fence at Beeville, TX 9Apr83. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07718	(MSN 75-7322) 	Registered as N9753H. Reregistered 17Jul08 as N84LK. Registered 13Apr10 to the 
					Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Scholes Field, Galveston, TX. Reregistered to the Lone Star Flight Museum, 
					Ellington Field, Houston; current [Oct20].
				07722	(MSN 75-7326)	Registered as N68407. Destroyed by fire during aerial application spraying crops 
					when the propeller failed with blade fatigue fracture during a swathe run and the airplane nosed over 
					during the forced landing near Dos Palos, CA 14Aug66. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application seeding rice when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled pulling 
					up from a swathe run near Princeton, CA 27Apr72 (pilot killed). Resident at the Athenian Aviators 
					Collection, Tanagra, Greece [noted 2016]. Relocated to MeierMotors, Eschbach, Germany Jun19. 
					Registration cancelled 30Sep20 on export to Germany. 
				07723	(MSN 75-7327) Registered as N4575N. Substantially damaged during aerial application for fire ant 
					control when the engine failed pulling up at the end of a swathe run and struck wires during 
					the forced landing near China, TX 12Apr65. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					fertilizing a rice crop when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during landing on a 
					wet runway and slid into a parked tractor on a prepared landing area at South Dishman, Nome, TX 21Apr75. 
					Destroyed by fire during aerial application spraying a rice crop when the airplane struck power 
					lines during a swathe run near Beaumont, TX 15May77 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 9Jun94.
				07726	(MSN 75-7330) Registered as N68162. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for the Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-1955; sprayer code 86. 
					Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 
					1956-1958; sprayer code 207. Substantially damaged en route to aerial application when the engine 
					failed, caused by the cam reduction drive shearing, and the landing gear collapsed during the 
					forced landing near Maricopa, AZ 17Aug66. Registration current [Oct20].
				07728	(MSN 75-7332) Registered 23Feb43 as NC52936; cancelled 17Jan47.
				07731	(MSN 75-7335) Registered as N1034M; cancelled 8Jul13.
				07736	(MSN 75-7340) Registered 10Dec47 as NC65995; cancelled 27Jan55 on export to Peru.
				07737	(MSN 75-7341) Registered as N56383. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for the Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-55; sprayer code 87. 
					Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1956-58; 
					sprayer code 203. Registration current [Oct20].
				07742	(MSN 75-7346) Registered as N613S; current [Oct20].
				07748	(MSN 75-7352) Registered 21Aug48 as NC75535; cancelled 20Sep49.
				07751	(MSN 75-7355) Registered 28Feb47 as N5460N; cancelled 28Jun49.
				07752	(MSN 75-7356) Registered as N5816V; cancelled 27Feb50 on export to El Salvador.
				07753	(MSN 75-7357) Registered as N67851. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 26Sep13. 
				07754	(MSN 75-7358) Registered as N5040V; sale reported 1Apr09, cancelled 10Dec12.
				07756	(MSN 75-7360) Registered as N4443N. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting a rice crop 
					when the pilot failed to maintain adequate spacing from a preceding aircraft during takeoff, 
					encountered wake vortex about 10 ft agl and struck the ground on a prepared landing area at 
					Lake Charles, LA 28Mar70. Registration cancelled 9Oct14.
				07761	(MSN 75-7365)	Registered as N67823. Resident at the Palm Springs Air Museum, CA. During take-off 
					roll from Palm Springs 12Mar15, a strong gust of wind from the right hit the aircraft causing 
					the aircraft to veer to the right with the left wing tip contacting the runway. The lower wing 
					tip and aileron struck the ground causing minor damage. The aircraft remained on the runway 
					and the pilot was able to terminate the take-off roll and taxy clear of the runway under its own power. 
					During the landing roll, the airplane veered right, exited the runway to the right, and the 
					left-wing tip impacted a ditch at Gila Bend, AZ 26Apr19. The airplane sustained substantial 
					damage to the left, lower wing spar. Registration current [Oct20].
				07762	(MSN 75-7366) Registered as N69246. Substantially damaged when the pilot misjudged distance and 
					altitude in unfavorable wind conditions, undershot and collided with ditches on final approach to 
					land at the Flying W Ranch private airstrip, Mountain Grove, MO 19Jul68. Registration revoked 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 3Sep14.
				07765	(MSN 75-7369) Registered 5Dec49 as N97165; cancelled 31Oct55.
				07766	(MSN 75-7370) Registered 30Jun47 as NC1206N. Ace Flying Services. Operated for western spruce 
					budworm spray program, Mount Hood area, Oregon Jun49. Registration cancelled 16Jun50.
				07768	(MSN 75-7372) Registered in Israel as 4X-AAE. Accident near Beersheba, Israel 26Mar15. The airplane 
					was observed prior to landing on a low flat approach. The plane struck light poles, 7 meters high, 
					about 250 meters before the start of the runway. The plane turned left and rolled onto its back. 
					The pilot was wounded. Airworthy by Aug17.
				07769	(MSN 75-7373) Registered as N79577; expired 31Mar13, cancelled 28Aug13. 
				07771	(MSN 75-7375) Registered as N74653; expired 30Jun12, cancelled 8May13.
				07772	(MSN 75-7376) Registered 13Dec49 as N5814V; cancelled 24Jan50 on export to Nicaragua.
				07773	(MSN 75-7377) Registered 20Jun49 as N75622; cancelled 18Aug49.
				07774	(MSN 75-7378) Registered as N1055N. Medford Air Services, Medford, OR. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 91.
					Registered Jan76 as N4GA. Used by Walter Wayne Pierce for aerobatic displays at air shows. 
					Reregistered as N450E; expired, cancelled 6Sep19. Registered 12Feb20 as N450E; current [Oct20].
				07778	(MSN 75-7382) Registered as N38292; cancelled 17Mar71.82	(MSN 75-7386)	Delivered to US Navy. 
					Transferred to US Coast Guard 12Nov46. SOC 30Jan47.
				07782 (MSN 75-7386) transferred to US Coast Guard as 07782 Nov 12, 1946
				07783	(MSN 75-7387) 	Registered as N75615. Registered 13Mar58 as CF-KQA. Wheeler Airlines Ltd., 
					St. Jovite, Quebec. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray 
					program Quebec 1958. Crashed and destroyed when the pilot lost directional control during 
					takeoff at Pabos airstrip, Gasp, Quebec 24Jun58. Registration cancelled 6Apr59.
				07785	(MSN 75-7389) Registered as N218DL. Substantially damaged when the rudder control system failed 
					caused by material failure during landing and ground looped at Chino, CA 3Jul81. The Stearman 
					crashed during landing at Whiteman Field, Pacoima, California 1Jun93. The flight originated 
					from Brackett Field, La Verne, California. While landing, a cross wind condition from 180 degrees 
					at 9 knots was present. During the landing roll-out, the airplane veered to the right and 
					departed the runway. The airplane began to ground loop, the pilot applied hard braking and 
					the airplane then nosed over. The pilot was performing a wheel landing on a turf surface 
					runway at Williamson, GA 3Jun17. He recalled that he was too aggressive and too early 
					moving the stick forward during the touchdown and landing roll. The airplane's tail ascended, 
					the nose pitched down and the propeller stuck the ground. The airplane nosed over and came 
					to rest inverted. The airplane sustained substantial damage to the vertical stabilizer and 
					the rudder. Registration current [Oct20].
				07787	(MSN 75-7391)	Registered as N68270. Substantially damaged during aerial application when 
					the engine failed caused by fuel starvation during takeoff and nosed over on wet soft ground 
					during the forced landing near Yerington Mumicipal Airport, NV 19Jul72 (1INJ). Sale reported 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 21Sep04 on export to Mexico. Registered in Mexico as XB-PIF. 
				07790	(MSN 75-7394) 	Registered 16Feb79 as G-ROAN. Damaged by strong winds whilst filming in 
					Yugoslavia Oct83. Registration cancelled 18Jan89 as permanently withdrawn from use. 
					Registered 5Oct90 as N768WM. Damaged during banner towing offshore when the engine backfired and quit. 
					The aircraft was landed in the ocean off Hyannis, MA 18Jul87. There was additional salt water 
					damage to the airframe. Registration current [Oct20].
				07794	(MSN 75-7398) Registered as N73552; current [Oct20].
				07796	(MSN 75-7400) Registered as N75548; cancelled 17Aug53. 
				07797	(MSN 75-7401) Registered as N61211; cancelled 24Jun76.
				07798	(MSN 75-7402) Registered as N5166N; cancelled 22Aug97.
				07803	(MSN 75-7407) Registered as N5108N; cancelled 30May78.
				07804	(MSN 75-7408) Registered as N69654. Substantially damaged when the pilot failed to maintain 
					directional control during landing, ground looped and nosed over at Sky Harbor International Airport, 
					Phoenix, AZ 8Mar81. Registration expired, cancelled 2Aug20. Registered 22Sep20 as N69654; current [Oct20].
				07805	(MSN 75-7409) Registered as XB-HET to Union Social Rural Costera Hermosillo de Responsabillidad.
				07807	(MSN 75-7411) Registered as N64538; cancelled 17Feb56.
				07808	(MSN 75-7412) Registered as XB-HAT.
				07811	(MSN 75-7415) Registered as N68200. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
					airplane struck trees after encountering a downdraft en route to treat crops near Hunters, WA 1Jul77. 
					Registration expired, cancelled 12Mar18. Registered 23Jan19 as N68200; current [Oct20].
				07813	(MSN 75-7417) Registered as N5042V; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 10Aug12.
				07816	(MSN 75-7420) Registered as N67738; cancelled 14Sep73. Fuselage noted derelict in external storage Aug90.
				07817	(MSN 75-7421) Registered 17Nov45 as NC63553; cancelled 30Jul56 on export to Mexico.
				07819	(MSN 75-7423) Registered as N66187; cancelled 23Sep55 on export to El Salvador.
				07820	(MSN 75-7424) Registered as N347KF; current [Oct20].
				07821	(MSN 75-7425) Registered as N68993. Damaged taxying to takeoff after a fly-in breakfast at 
					Palmyra, WI 21Jun09. The pilot, who was following other aircraft, taxyed over a runway light 
					resulting in minor damage to left hand wing, horizontal stabilizer and elevator; damage consisted 
					of torn fabric and bent wing trailing edge. Registration current [Oct20].
				07822	(MSN 75-7426) Registered as N75521. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA.
					Operated for the Canadian budworm spray program 1953-55; sprayer code 23. Registered 24Jan55 to 
					Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA; cancelled 20Oct55 on export to Peru. Registered as OB-LEZ-393.
				07823	(MSN 75-7427) Registered as N75523; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 5Jun13.
				07828	(MSN 75-7432) Registered as N68417; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17.
				07830	(MSN 75-7434) Registered as N9129H. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for the 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; 
					sprayer code 57. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., Sacramento, CA. Operated for the Canadian 
					budworm spray program 1954-55; sprayer code 57. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA 1957. 
					Operated for the Canadian budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 108. Sale reported 14Jan77, 
					expired 30Sep13, cancelled 24Nov14.
				07834	(MSN 75-7438) Registered as N5123N; sale reported 18Jan08, cancelled 11Dec12.
					Registered 15Mar18 as N5123N; current [Oct20].
				07835	(MSN 75-7439) Registered as N64546. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting 
					crops when the engine failed caused by fuel starvation during takeoff and nosed over 
					during the forced landing on a private airstrip at St James, LA 14Aug64. Registered 1May68 as N469R; 
					revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 1Aug12.
				07837	(MSN 75-7441) Registered as N68421. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting a rice 
					crop when the engine failed taking off and nosed over during the forced landing near the Kalu 
					prepared landing area, Willows, CA 26May65. Registration current [Oct20].
				07838	(MSN 75-7442) Registered as N9751H. Accident during a swathe run seeding a rice crop when a 
					flagman/loader failed to take adequate precautions to avoid the aircraft near Success, AR 4Jun64 (1INJ). 
					Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying a cotton crop when the airplane stalled 
					during takeoff at Pocahontas Municipal Airport, AR 30Sep64. The pilot had washed the interior 
					of the fuselage and undrained water caused the CofG to be out of balance. Registration cancelled 3Mar71.
				07839	(MSN 75-7443) Registered as N9750H; cancelled 19Jun59.
				07840	(MSN 75-7444) Registered as N75520. Destroyed when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion and 
					struck power lines during the forced landing near Lee Bird Municipal Airport, North Platte, NB 19Oct66. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying a grain crop when the pilot was distracted 
					by a truck crossing the parking ramp and the airplane struck a gas pump while taxying at Kimball 
					Airport, NB 4May68. Reregistered 11Mar10 as N450WC. Reregistered 30Sep14 as N75520; current [Oct20].
				07841	(MSN 75-7445) Registered 27Feb47 as NC73309; cancelled 28Nov47.
				07844	(MSN 75-7448) Registered as N58518. Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Registration cancelled 17Jun59 
					on export to Yugoslavia. Registered May59 as YU-BAB to Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (Agricultural Division). 
					WFU; registration cancelled.
				07845	(MSN 75-7449) Registered as N60293; cancelled 30Jul57 on export to El Salvador.
				07846	(MSN 75-7450) Registered as N9898H; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jun18.
				07850	(MSN 75-7454) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard as 07850 24Oct46. 
				07854	(MSN 75-7458) Registered as N5170N; cancelled 3May54 on export to Mexico. Registered as XB-WUG.
				07855	(MSN 75-7459) Registered as N64826; current [Oct20].
				07858	(MSN 75-7462) Registered as N5004V. Fuselage noted derelict in external storage at Brownfield, TX Jul86. 
					Registration cancelled 31Dec92 on export to Australia. Registered 14Mar95 as VH-PWS; current [Oct20].
				07859	(MSN 75-7463) Registered as N65565. Substantially damaged when the engine failed caused by carburetor 
					icing during the initial climb after takeoff for a local flight and struck terrain during the forced 
					landing at Van Sant Airport, Erwinna, PA 26Aug80 (2INJ). Registration current [Oct20]. 
					Imported to United Kingdom by AeroSuperBatics Ltd, Rencomb, Cirencester 2001. 
					Resident at Eslov, Sweden [Aug19].
				07860	(MSN 75-7464) Registered as N65994. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Registration cancelled 30Dec70.
				07861	(MSN 75-7465) Registered as N49352 as a Boeing/Farhat B75N1; cancelled 13Oct65.
				07864	(MSN 75-7468) Registered as N5403N; current [Oct20].
				07865	(MSN 75-7469) Registered as N67468; revoked 16Apr77, cancelled 26Sep13.
				07867	(MSN 75-7471) Registered as N5041V. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying a 
					bean crop when a propeller blade failed with a fatigue fracture and separated turning around 
					during a swathe run near Gustine, CA 2Sep66; unapproved blades were installed at last propeller 
					overhaul. Substantially damaged during aerial application sprayng a rice crop when the pilot 
					failed to maintain flying speed and stalled lining up on the flagman at nite starting a swathe 
					run near Mendota, CA 2Jul71. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying sugar 
					beets landing on a prepared landing area at Interstake Farms, Patterson, CA 18Jun74. 
					The pilot failed to maintain directional control in gusting winds, the engine failed when the 
					pilot attempted to go around and the airplane struck ditches during the forced landing. 
					Registration revoked 29May77, cancelled 10Aug12.
				07869	(MSN 75-7473) Registered as N5818V; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Feb13.
				07870	(MSN 75-7474) Registered as N5145N; current [Oct20].
				07871	(MSN 75-7475) Registered as N68423; current [Oct20].
				07872	(MSN 75-7476) Registered as N75537; cancelled 9Jun54 on export to Mexico.
				07873	(MSN 75-7477) Registered as N9923H; current [Oct20].
				07874	(MSN 75-7478) Registered as N74650. Substantially damaged when the pilot failed to maintain flying 
					speed and stalled during approach to land at Mexico Airport, MO 6Jun64. Resident in UK 2010. 
					Resident at the Vliegend Museum Seppe, Seppe, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands 2013. Registration current [Oct20].
				07876	(MSN 75-7480) Registered as N75528; cancelled 19Feb53 on export to Mexico. Registered as XB-VAG.
				07877	(MSN 75-7481) Registered as N60085; current [Oct20].
				07878	(MSN 75-7482) Registered as N97190; cancelled 23Jun58 on export to Guatemala. Registered as TG-CUR. 
					Accident 1Aug63.
				07882	(MSN 75-7486) Registered as N73740; cancelled 9Feb71.
				07883	(MSN 75-7487) Registered as N5817V; cancelled 13Aug53 on export to El Salvador.	
				07885	(MSN 75-7489) Registered 14May47 as NC64555; cancelled 17Feb56.
				07887	(MSN 75-7491) Registered as N64557; cancelled 9Oct70.
				07888	(MSN 75-7492) Registered as N9031H; cancelled 15Dec70
				07897	(MSN 75-7501) Registered as N1061M; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 6Sep19.
				07898	(MSN 75-7502) Registered as N68446; cancelled 25May65.
				07899	(MSN 75-7503) Registered as N5132N. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying 
					forest trees when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during takeoff in a local 
					whirlwind and ground looped on a private airstrip at Abilene, TX 28Jun64. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application when the airplane nosed over landing on wet, soft ground on a prepared 
					landing area at Idaho Falls, ID 9Jul72. Registration current [Oct20].
				07902	(MSN 75-7506) Registered as N68416; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 25Oct13.
				07903	(MSN 75-7507) Registered as N64590 with MSN 75-75007. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 412. Crashed and destroyed during 
					aerial application spraing crops when the airplane struck power lines during a swathe run near 
					Deering, MO 8Sep64. Substantially damaged during aerial application testing dry chemical dusting 
					when the airplane struck power lines taking off near Callicoon, NY 1Apr67; the pilot struck 
					wires being restrung by a power company after he had cut them on landing about three hours earlier. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying tomatoes when the engine failed en 
					route to the loading area and crash landed in a wooded area during the forced landing near 
					Indian Mills, NJ 25Jul74. Registration cancelled 30Apr13.
				07906	(MSN 75-7510) 	Registered as N68116. Substantially damaged when ground looped and nosed over landing 
					at Baldwin Airport, Ripley, CA 27Oct67. Registration cancelled 15May15.
				07907	(MSN 75-7511) 	Registered as N1352M. Crashed during aerial application seeding beans when the pilot 
					diverted his attention to the flagman starting a swathe run, the airplane collided with trees 
					and destroyed by fire at Rolling Fork, MS 5Jul73 (1INJ).  Registered 18Sep06 as N6004M; current [Oct20].
				07908	(MSN 75-7512) Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as 74. Registered 15May57 as N4734C. Substantially damaged 
					when the airplane struck a large puddle of water, ground looped and nosed over landing at 
					Kendall Airport, FL 14Jun69. Registration current [Oct20].
				07909	(MSN 75-7513) Registered as N73442; cancelled 8Feb71.
				07911	(MSN 75-7515) Registered as N269N. Substantially damaged during aerial application dusting cotton 
					when ground looped and nosed over landing at Garriott Airport, Lamont, CA 22Jul67. Registration 
					cancelled 22Sep15 on export to France. Registered 9Dec15 as F-HZDJ; current [Oct20].
				07913	(MSN 75-7517) Registered as N65403; cancelled 12Nov14.
				07917	(MSN 75-7521) Registered as N64503; cancelled 8Jul55 on export to Mexico.
				07918	(MSN 75-7522) Registered as N73612; cancelled 4Sep52 on export to Mexico. Registered as XB-BOQ.
				07919	(MSN 75-7523) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard as 07919 3Nov46.
				07920	(MSN 75-7524) Registered as N65676. Modified as A75L300. Substantially damaged when ditched 
					in the sea off Daytona Beach, FL 1May84. The aircraft lost power while the pilot was towing a 
					banner over water; he was unable to restart the engine. The pilot elected to keep the banner 
					attached to the aircraft to keep the plane from flipping over during impact. According to the 
					pilot, the aircraft fuel system was not equipped with a sump drain and fuel contamination was 
					present within the system. Sale reported 17Sep92, cancelled 13Feb13.
				07921	(MSN 75-7525) Registered 22Jan47 as NC42015; cancelled 23Jul48. Registered as N2212G; current [Oct20].
				07922	(MSN 75-7526) Registered as N9963H; cancelled 14Feb56.
				07923	(MSN 75-7527) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard 22Oct46. 
				07924	(MSN 75-7528) N64502 was registered with MSN 75-7528; reregistered 16Apr20 with MSN 75-7578, 
					BuAer 07974 [qv].
				07925	(MSN 75-7529) Registered as N68240. Crashed during aerial application dusting cotton when the 
					airplane struck power lines during a swathe run and destroyed by fire near Bakersfield, CA 17Jul74 
					(pilot killed). Registered as N75MR; current [Oct20]. Based at Dijon Darois Airport, Dijon, France [2011]. 
					Later at Strasbourg Neuhof, France.
				07927	(MSN 75-7531) Registered as N9831H. Reregistered 15Feb11 as N755JP; current [Oct20].
				07929	(MSN 75-7533) Registered as N65670; current [Oct20].
				07931	(MSN 75-7535) Registered as N63569; cancelled 7May74.
				07933	(MSN 75-7537) Registered as N5581D; current [Oct20].
				07936	(MSN 75-7540) Registered as N47964. Substantially damaged when the rear control stick failed during a 
					local flight at Bealton, VA 28Oct79; the control stick was an incorrect part, made of walnut i
					nstead of hickory. The airplane sustained substantial damage during a landing in a cornfield, 
					which was adjacent to a sod area that ran parallel to the runway at Southern Illinois Airport (MDH), 
					Carbondale, Illinois 22Sep01. The flight departed Shelby County Airport, Shelbyville, Illinois. 
					The pilot was attempting to land on the sod area to the right side of the runway. Because of a 
					ditch to left and low light conditions, the approach was to the right of center of sod. 
					Approach was 35 yards too far to right and when ground was in sight for landing, the tassels 
					of a cornfield were mistaken for a grass runway. A normal 3 point full stall landing was made 
					to the tops of corn, proceeding for 100 feet and a very slow pitch over onto nose and back. 
					Registered 16Dec11 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX. Substantially 
					damaged landing at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ 18Aug12. The pilot reported that the purpose of the 
					flight was to practice landings in the tailwheel equipped airplane. During the landing roll the 
					airplane veered left. The pilot applied corrective control inputs in an effort to realign the 
					airplane with the runway; however, the airplane continued left and exited the runway surface. 
					During the accident sequence, the airplane’s right wing contacted the ground, which resulted 
					in substantial damage to the outboard section of the lower wing. Substantially damaged landing 
					at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ 19Mar13. After touchdown, the airplane tracked left of runway center 
					as it decelerated. The pilot applied corrective actions; however, the airplane continued to 
					track left and subsequently departed the runway edge. The right wing made contact with the 
					ground during the runway excursion, and was substantially damaged. The pilot reported that 
					the tail wheel strut did not compress on landing until after right rudder was applied. 
					During the recently completed 100-hour annual inspection the tail wheel suspension strut 
					was modified to incorporate a cylinder/oil type strut. A review of the tail wheel strut 
					revealed that the strut only affects the vertical movement of the tail wheel, and has no 
					lateral control effects. Resident at Commemorative Air Force-Arizona Wing, Falcon Field, Phoenix, AZ. 
					Registration current [Oct20].
				07937	(MSN 75-7541) Registered as N69706; current [Oct20].
				07938	(MSN 75-7542) Registered as N4539N; cancelled 19May54.
				07944	(MSN 75-7548) Registered as N61092. Registered as C-FQFT. Registered 2Oct92 as N181RS. 
					Reregistered 30Aug02 as N105RE. Reregistered 20Mar19 as N75817; current [Oct20].
				07945	(MSN 75-7549) Registered as N69636; cancelled 12Nov70.
				07948	(MSN 75-7552) To Argentine Navy / Armada de la Republica Argentina 28Dec46 as 0132. 
					Registered as LV-IYS to Aeroclub Veronica, Veronica, Buenos Aires. Extant [Nov13].
				07952	(MSN 75-7556) Registered as N75745; cancelled 29Nov17 on export to United Kingdom. Registered 30Nov17 
					as G-CKST; current [Oct20].
				07953	(MSN 75-7557) Registered as N75995; cancelled 20Sep60 on export to Honduras.
				07956	(MSN 75-7560) Registered as N9921H; cancelled 24Apr53 on export to Canada. Registered 18Apr53 as CF-FRW 
					to Leavens Brothers Air Services Ltd, Essex, Ontario. Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-58; sprayer code 76. Registration cancelled 21Aug62. 
					Registered in Nicaragua as AN-APF.
				07957	(MSN 75-7561) Registered as N63593. Registered 25Feb89 as N275HP. The airplane ground looped during the 
					landing roll at Chehalis Airport, Chehalis, Washington 30Apr99. It was substantially damaged in the 
					flight from Olympia, Washington. During the landing roll, the right brake locked during normal 
					corrective braking for directional control and stopping. The airplane swerved to the right and the 
					pilot was unable to correct with left rudder control and left braking action. The airplane subsequently 
					ground looped to the right. The left wing contacted the surface. The airplane veered off the runway 
					and nosed over after encountering soft sand while landing at Bermuda Dunes Airport (UDD), Bermuda Dunes, 
					California 11Nov02. As the pilot was landing on the runway, a gust of wind caused a loss of directional 
					control and the airplane veered off the runway, into the sand. As the airplane contacted the sand with 
					the main gear, the propeller hit the ground and the airplane came to rest inverted, sustaining 
					substantial damage. Registered 31Jan07 as N69666; current [Oct20].
				07958	(MSN 75-7562) To Argentine Navy / Armada de la Republica Argentina 28Dec46 as 0137. Escuadrilla 
					Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No. 2; code 2-G-16. Registered 1958 as LV-GFP. 
					Registered 30Apr96 as N33171. Reregistered 6Aug02 as N450RA. Reregistered 25Aug03 as N450KG; current [Oct20].
				07966	(MSN 75-7570) Registered as N62416; cancelled. Registered 1996 as N62416. This Stearman was restored 
					in 1996 by three retired business men in Northern California. It was sold and flown to Tuskegee 
					Municipal Airport/Moton Field, Alabama were it was to be placed in a new museum to honor the Tuskegee 
					Airmen of World War II. For 12 plus years the airplane was stored in Tuskegee, Alabama and was used 
					to promote the museum. Moved and stored at Mallard Field, Locust Grove, 35 south east of Atlanta, GA 2014 
					[last noted May15]. Registration current [Oct20].
				07967	(MSN 75-7571) Registered as N79553; cancelled 31Dec09 on export to Sweden. Registered 29Jul11 as N79553; 
					current [Oct20].
				07969	(MSN 75-7573) Registered as N75990; current [Oct20].
				07970	(MSN 75-7574) Registered as N9215H. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying crops 
					when the engine lost power caused by blower failure when pulling up at the end of a swathe run and 
					struck large rocks during the forced landing at South Hope, ME 9Jul73. Registration current [Oct20].
				07973	(MSN 75-7577) Registered as N64039. Reregistered 3Apr15 as N450PT; current [Oct20].
				07974	(MSN 75-7578) Registered as N64502 with MSN 75-7528, BuAer 07924. Reregistered 16Apr20 with MSN 75-7578; 
					current [Oct20].
				07976	(MSN 75-7580) Registered 11Jun48 as NC67761; cancelled 26Oct71.
				07977	(MSN 75-7581) Registered as N75511. The Stearman collided with a Waco CTO, N9577H, as N75511 
					was taking off and N9577H was back taxying on the same runway at Pam's Place Airstrip in Cloverdale, 
					Indiana 4Oct97. The pilot of N75511 reported that he parked facing east in a parking area on the 
					north side of the approach end of the runway where he boarded a passenger. He then made a right 
					turn to the west and looked down the airstrip and did not see anyone. He then cleared final 
					and base leg for traffic and without seeing anyone, he lined up on the airstrip for takeoff. 
					He reported he advanced the throttle to full power and a few seconds later his left wing 
					contacted N9577H. The Stearman ground looped to the left and came to rest heading north. 
					The pilot of N9577H reported that after a local flight he returned to Pam's Place and landed 
					on the runway. After landing he turned the airplane to the east to back taxy on the airstrip 
					to the hangar area. He reported that after using about 1,500' of the airstrip he made a S-turn 
					to the south and back to the north. As he was turning back to center he heard an engine 
					noise and saw N75511 just prior to impact. After the collision his airplane did not move. 
					The left wing of N75511 contacted the left side of N9577H as they were moving in opposite 
					directions when the collision took place. N75511 was equipped with a radio and N9577H was not. 
					Reregistered 15Aug07 as N556DM; current [Oct20].
				07978	(MSN 75-7582) Registered 2Feb48 as NC4511N; cancelled 30Jan57 on export to Canada. Registered 31Jan57 
					as CF-JOU. Hicks & Lawrence Ltd., Ostrander, Ontario. Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957-58; sprayer code 60. Substantially damaged 1 km south 
					of Courcelles, Quebec (south of Quebec City) 29May57. The pilot became temporarily lost in the 
					area of destination and carried out a precautionary landing with fuel exhaustion. He selected 
					unsuitable terrain and the aircraft tipped over onto its back towards the end of the landing run. 
					Damage was substantial: the propellor was replaced, four rib sections were cracked and the 
					rudder was damaged. Substantially damaged at Otterville, Ontario, 5 miles east of Tillsonberg 30Jul59. 
					The pilot became lost in poor visibility while crop spraying and landed in a small field of rye. 
					The aircraft was ground looped to avoid a fence. Damage was substantial: both left wings were destroyed. 
					Crashed two miles northeast of Mount Hope Airport, Ontario 26Jun65. The aircraft was being flown 
					on aerial spraying flights in the vicinity of Lynden, Ontario. The pilot continued to operate 
					despite knowing that the reserve fuel quantity would not allow the airplane to reach a suitable 
					place to refuel. Having completed the straying, the pilot headed back to the airport at low level 
					when the engine failed with fuel exhaustion. A steep turn was made without power, the upper and 
					lower wings struck the ground and crashed to the ground. The pilot lost his life and the aircraft 
					was destroyed by impact and fire. Registration cancelled 10Jan68.	
				07980	(MSN 75-7584) Registered as N9202H; cancelled 24Feb71.
				07981	(MSN 75-7585) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard as 07981 21Oct46. 
				07983	(MSN 75-7587) Registered as N63583; expired 31Dec12, cancelled 17Jan18.
				07984	(MSN 75-7588) Registered as N96X. Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application spraying 
					cotton when the airplane struck trees pulling up at the end of a swathe run near Eagle Lake, MS 28Aug74 
					(pilot killed). Registration current [Oct20].
				07986	(MSN 75-7590) Registered as N5SS. Damaged when the pilot failed to maintain directional control 
					during landing and ground looped at Bowman Field, Louisville, KY 19Oct96. Registration current [Oct20].
				07987	(MSN 75-7591) Registered as N4642N; current [Oct20].
				07989	(MSN 75-7593) Registered as N67895; current [Oct20]. Resident at Warbirds of Glory Museum, Brighton 
					Airport, Brighton, MI.
				07990	(MSN 75-7594) Registered as N5064N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 29Sep10.
				07991	(MSN 75-7595) Registered as N65564. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
					when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run near 
					Calipatria, CA 12Sep64 (1INJ). Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application spraying 
					crops when the airplane struck a guy line on a power pole pulling up at the end of a swathe run 
					near Brawley, CA 30Mar72 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 14Aug72.
				07994	(MSN 75-7598) Registered as N68994. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
					when the pilot tightened a turn to avoid power lines, failed to maintain flying speed and stalled 
					turning around during a swathe run near Wheeler Ridge, CA 12Aug71. Registered 25Jan89 as G-ELAN. 
					Damaged in a forced landing near Cirencester, Gloucestershire 27Dec91. Approximately ten minutes 
					after taking off for a local flight, severe vibration was experienced such that the pilot had 
					difficulty in holding the control column. After selecting a field in which to land the aircraft, 
					the pilot carried out his emergency drills and shut down the engine. Once established on a final 
					glide-approach to the field, the pilot realised that the aircraft was likely to hit a stone wall 
					and attempted to 'stretch' the glide. However, the aircraft's landing gear struck the four feet 
					high wall and was tom off, but the aircraft continued on its underside in the field. There was no fire, 
					and the pilot and passenger were able to evacuate the aircraft unaided. Subsequent examination 
					of the engine revealed a quantity of metal swarf in the oil filter, the nature of which was 
					consistent with that which would be expected from a bearing failure. Registration cancelled 13Feb92 
					on sale to USA. Registered 21May92 as N68994; current [Oct20].
				07996	(MSN 75-7600) Registered as N5530N; cancelled 22May65 on export to Guatemala.
				07997	(MSN 75-7601) Registered as N63594; cancelled 29Apr13.
				07998	(MSN 75-7602) Registered as N61194; current [Oct20].
				07999	(MSN 75-7603) Registered as XB-GUR.
				08000	(MSN 75-7604) Registered as N68997; current [Oct20].
				08001	(MSN 75-7605) Delivered to US Navy. Transferred to US Coast Guard as 08001 31Jul46. Returned to US Navy 30Sep46.
				08002	(MSN 75-7606) 	Registered as N124BH; expired, cancelled 13Sep13. Registered 2Apr18 as N124BH; 
					sale reported 16Jan19, cancelled 18Oct19. Registered 10Dec19 as N124BH; current [Oct20].
				08003	(MSN 75-7607) Registered as N66470. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying cotton 
					when the pilot diverted attention inside cockpit to adjust the spray calibration and struck the 
					ground near El Campo, TX 30Apr74. Registration current [Oct20].
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
				Could use both runway and water
				12 to USAAF as OA-10
				12 to RAF as Catalina III (FP525/536)
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				08030 (CAC no. 679, Hull No. 849, Seq ae 1) 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
				08031 (CAC no. 680, Hull No. 850, Seq ae 2) 
				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 (CAC no. 682, Hull No. 852, Seq ae 4) (VP-71) engine caught fire on takeoff Canton Island, South Pacific 2/12/1943 and sank.  SOC.
					Crew was unhurt.
				08034 (CAC no. 683, Hull No. 853, Seq ae 5) assigned to ARU DIAL crashed 11/18/1943, South Pacific, non-combat mission.
				08035 (CAC no. 684, Hull No. 854, Seq ae 6) 
				08036 (CAC no. 685, Hull No. 855, Seq ae 7) (VJ-2) damaged in landing accident at Espirito Santo May 3, 1943.  Crew uninjured.
				08037 (CAC no. 686, Hull No. 856, Seq ae 8) 
				08038 (CAC no. 687, Hull No. 857, Seq ae 9) assigned to ARU DIAL crashed 11/18/1943, South Pacific, non-combat mission.
				08039 (CAC no. 688, Hull No. 858, Seq ae 10) 
				08040 (CAC no. 689, Hull No. 859, Seq ae 11) 
				08041 (CAC no. 690, Hull No. 860, Seq ae 12) 
				08042 (CAC no. 691, Hull No. 861, Seq ae 13) 
				08043 (CAC no. 692, Hull No. 862, Seq ae 14) (VP-31) crashed 1/17/1943 on takeoff Elizabeth City, NC.  4 killed, 4 injured.
				08044 (CAC no. 693, Hull No. 863, Seq ae 15) (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.
				08045 (CAC no. 694, Hull No. 864, Seq ae 16) 
				08046 (CAC no. 695, Hull No. 865, Seq ae 17) 
				08047 (CAC no. 696, Hull No. 866, Seq ae 18) (VP-73) suffered engine fire on takeoff, spun in and burned 10/1/1943 Agadir, French Morocco.
					8 killed.
				08048 (CAC no. 697, Hull No. 867, Seq ae 19)  became PK-CPB of KLM (Netherlands Indies), later went to Garuda
				08049 (CAC no. 698, Hull No. 868, Seq ae 20) 
				08050 (CAC no. 699, Hull No. 869, Seq ae 21) 
				08051 (CAC no. 700, Hull No. 870, Seq ae 22) (VP-54) engine fell off during mid-air fire and pilot landed OK 7/17/1943 Solomons, South
					Pacific.  Aircraft immediately sank, but crew was OK.	
				08052 (CAC no. 701, Hull No. 871, Seq ae 23) (VP-54) destroyed on ground in Japanese air attack on NAF Canton Island Mar 25, 1943.	
				08053 (CAC no. 702, Hull No. 872, Seq ae 24) 		
				08054 (CAC no. 703, Hull No. 873, Seq ae 25) (VP-31) hit iceberg off Narsarssuak, Greenland during taxiing 3/9/1943.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
				08055 (CAC no. 704, Hull No. 874, Seq ae 26) 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
				08056 (CAC no. 705, Hull No. 875, Seq ae 27) 
				08057 (CAC no. 706, Hull No. 876, Seq ae 28) 
				08058 (CAC no. 707, Hull No. 877, Seq ae 29) 
				08059 (CAC no. 708, Hull No. 878, Seq ae 30) 
				08060 (CAC no. 709, Hull No. 879, Seq ae 31) 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
				08061 (CAC no. 710, Hull No. 880, Seq ae 32) 
				08062 (CAC no. 711, Hull No. 881, Seq ae 33) 
				08063 (CAC no. 712, Hull No. 882, Seq ae 34) to NC41364, then to KLM (Netherlands Indies) as PK-CPC, later went to Garuda.
				08064 (CAC no. 713, Hull No. 883, Seq ae 35) 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
				08065 (CAC no. 714, Hull No. 884, Seq ae 36) 
				08066 (CAC no. 715, Hull No. 885, Seq ae 37) 
				08067 (CAC no. 716, Hull No. 886, Seq ae 38) 
				08068 (CAC no. 717, Hull No. 887, Seq ae 39) to civil registry as N6470C
				08069 (CAC no. 718, Hull No. 888, Seq ae 40) 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 (CAC no. 719, Hull No. 889, Seq ae 41) (VP-54) crashed at sea due to bad weather 11/7/1943 on mission out of Henderson Field,
					Guadalcanal.  8 MIA.
				08071 (CAC no. 720, Hull No. 890, Seq ae 42) 
				08072 (CAC no. 721, Hull No. 891, Seq ae 43) Rescued crew of downed TBM-1C 45728 in Gulf of Paria, Trinidad Jul 13, 1944.
				08073 (CAC no. 722, Hull No. 892, Seq ae 44) 
				08074 (CAC no. 723, Hull No. 893, Seq ae 45) 
				08075 (CAC no. 724, Hull No. 894, Seq ae 46) (VP-102) lost off Hawaii Mar 28, 1944.  All personnel picked up by a surface vessel.
				08076 (CAC no. 725, Hull No. 895, Seq ae 47) 
				08077 (CAC no. 726, Hull No. 896, Seq ae 48) 
				08078 (CAC no. 727, Hull No. 897, Seq ae 49) (VP-54) force landed at sea out of Guadalcanal and sank 6/5/1943.  All crew recovered.
				08079 (CAC no. 728, Hull No. 898, Seq ae 50) transferred to USAAF as 43-3261
				08080 (CAC no. 729, Hull No. 899, Seq ae 51) transferred to USAAF as 43-3262
				08081 (CAC no. 730, Hull No. 900, Seq ae 52) transferred to USAAF as 43-3263 
				08082 (CAC no. 731, Hull No. 901, Seq ae 53) transferred to USAAF as 43-3264
				08083 (CAC no. 732, Hull No. 902, Seq ae 54) transferred to USAAF as 43-3265
				08084 (CAC no. 733, Hull No. 903, Seq ae 55) transferred to USAAF as 43-3265
				08085 (CAC no. 734, Hull No. 904, Seq ae 56) transferred to USAAF as 43-3266
				08086 (CAC no. 735, Hull No. 905, Seq ae 57) transferred to USAAF as 43-3267
				08087 (CAC no. 736, Hull No. 906, Seq ae 58)  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 (CAC no. 737, Hull No. 907, Seq ae 59) 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.  W/o 07 May 1952 enroute 
					from Puerto Bermudez to San Ramon due to engine failure
				08089 (CAC no. 738, Hull No. 908, Seq ae 60) 
				08090 (CAC no. 739, Hull No. 909, Seq ae 61) to USAAF as 43-3269
				08091 (CAC no. 740, Hull No. 910, Seq ae 62) to USAAF as 43-3270
				08092 (CAC no. 741, Hull No. 911, Seq ae 63)exploded in midair 8 mi off Pt Loma 12/3/1942. 9 MIA.
				08093 (CAC no. 742, Hull No. 912, Seq ae 64)crashed 1/28/1945 on flight over Greece.  During low-level following of railroad tracks, hit
					telegraph wires and crashed.  2 killed.
				08094 (CAC no. 743, Hull No. 913, Seq ae 65)
				08095 (CAC no. 744, Hull No. 914, Seq ae 66)
				08096 (CAC no. 745, Hull No. 915, Seq ae 67)
				08097 (CAC no. 746, Hull No. 916, Seq ae 68) (VP-31) missing on patrol 1/3/1943 from NAS Quonset Pt. RI.  8 crew MIA.  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.
				08098 (CAC no. 747, Hull No. 917, Seq ae 69)
				08099 (CAC no. 748, Hull No. 918, Seq ae 70) Registered YV-C-AQB. Registered with MSN 122 to Inter Continental Airways 8Jun51 as N1818M; 
					cancelled 24Apr52 on export to Israel. Israeli Air Force 1952 as 3401
				08100 (CAC no. 749, Hull No. 919, Seq ae 71) (VP-63) in landing accident 12/31/1942 Hecata Head, OR.  8 killed, one survived.
				08101 (CAC no. 750, Hull No. 920, Seq ae 72) 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.
				08102 (CAC s/n 751, seq no ae73, Hull #921) (VP-53) lost off Funafuti while unmanned due to high winds in South Pacific Nov 13, 1943
				08103 (CAC s/n 752, seq no ae74, Hull #922) 
				08104 (CAC s/n 753, seq no ae75, Hull #923) (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.   
				08105 (CAC s/n 754, seq no ae76, Hull #924) 
				08106 (CAC s/n 755, seq no ae77, Hull #925) 
				08107 (CAC s/n 756, seq no ae78, Hull #926) 
				08108 (CAC s/n 757, seq no ae79, Hull #927) 
				08109 (CAC s/n 758, seq no ae80, Hull #928) to Royal Danish AF Sep 19, 1951 as 82-857, code changed in 1960 to L-857.  Was in RDAF Museum
					Collection at Vaerlose AB 1979-1989.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola, Norway
				08110 (CAC s/n 759, seq no ae81, Hull #929)
				80111 (CAC s/n 760, seq no ae82, Hull #930) 
				08112 (CAC s/n 761, seq no ae83, Hull #931) 
				08113 (CAC s/n 762, seq no ae84, Hull #932) (VP-61) force landed in open sea near Amlia Island, AK and hit reef 10/18/1943.  Crew and passengers 
					unhurt, aircraft SOC.
				08114 (CAC s/n 763, seq no ae85, Hull #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
				08115 (CAC s/n 764, seq no ae86, Hull #934) 
				08116 (CAC s/n 765, seq no ae87, Hull #935) 
				08117 (CAC s/n 766, seq no ae88, Hull #937) to RAF as JX570
				08118 (CAC s/n 767, seq no ae89, Hull #937) (FAW-4) crashed on landing Summer Bay, Alaska 11/26/1943 when nosed into ground swell and
					broke apart. 3 killed 8, injured.
				08119 (CAC s/n 768, seq no ae90, Hull #938) 
				08120 (CAC s/n 769, seq no ae91, Hull #939) 
				08121 (CAC s/n 770, seq no ae82, Hull #940) to USAAF as 42-109020
				08122 (CAC s/n 771, seq no ae83, Hull #941) 
				08123 (CAC s/n 772, seq no ae84, Hull #942) 
08124/08549		Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				08124	 (CAC s/n 848, Hull #1018) 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 (CAC s/n 849, Hull #1019) 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	 (CAC s/n 850, Hull #1020)	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	 (CAC s/n 851, Hull #1021)	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. 
				08128 (CAC s/n 852, Hull #1022)
				08129 (CAC s/n 853, Hull #1023)  (VP-44) w/o in force landing at Tutuba Island, New Hebrides May 8, 1943
				08130 (CAC s/n 854, Hull #1024) (VB-34) damaged while moored at Herron Haven, Australia Nov 1, 1943 and sank in deep water.  Crew uninjured.
				08131 (CAC s/n 855, Hull #1025)
				08132 (CAC s/n 856, Hull #1026) assigned to FAW-2 lost off Canton in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				08133 (CAC s/n 857, Hull #1027)
				08134 (CAC s/n 858, Hull #1028) (VP-101) damaged while taxiing at Perth, Australia Mar 7, 1944.  Crew uninjured.
				08135 (CAC s/n 859, Hull #1029) (VP-54) missing on flight from NAS Kaneohe 12/17/1942.  7 MIA.
				08136 (CAC s/n 860, Hull #1030) (VP-44) attached to USS Curtiss (AV-4) nsank in shallow water after forced landing Florida Island, 
					South Pacific 3/24/1943.  Recovered and SOC.  Pilot and crew of 14 unhurt.
				08137 (CAC s/n 861, Hull #1031) (VP-34) MIA during attack on Kaoe Bay, northern
					Halmaheras, 300 mi NW of Sansapor, New Guinea 7/24/1944.  9 crew MIA.
				08138 (CAC s/n 862, Hull #1032)(VPB-33) lost in takeoff accident in rough seas
					Woendi, British New Guinea 12/5/1944.  Sank in 10 minutes.  Crew unhurt
				08139 (CAC s/n 863, Hull #1033)
				08140 (CAC s/n 864, Hull #1034)(VH-1) crashed in landing in sea off Kwalajein 8/10/1944, central Pacific, sank.   Crew rescued.
				08141 (CAC s/n 865, Hull #1035)
				08142 (CAC s/n 866, Hull #1036)
				08143 (CAC s/n 867, Hull #1037) (VPB-29) made open sea landing 10/7/1944 20 mi SE of Jolo Island, Sulu Archipelago, near Owi
					in South Pacific due to mechanical failure during combat mission.  Crew rescued, aircraft destroyed
					by strafing.
				08144 (CAC s/n 868, Hull #1038)
				08145 (CAC s/n 869, Hull #1039)
				08146 (CAC s/n 870, Hull #1040)
				08147 (CAC s/n 871, Hull #1041) (VPB-29) dragged moorings in high winds and collided with other moored planes and sank at Owi
					Nov 7, 1944.
				08148 (CAC s/n 872, Hull #1042) assigned to COMAIRPAC lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 31, 1944
				08149 (CAC s/n 873, Hull #1043)
				08150 (CAC s/n 874, Hull #1044) to RAAF as A24-34. 3 OTU Feb 7, 1943. 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. 
				08151 (CAC s/n 875, Hull #1045)
				08152 (CAC s/n 876, Hull #1046)
				08153 (CAC s/n 877, Hull #1047) to RAAF as A24-31.  3 OTU Jan 23, 1943.   Sold to Australair Ltd in 1947
				08154 (CAC s/n 878, Hull #1048) On 16th March 1943 was aircraft ‘P-8’ of VP-63 when piloted by Lt Ralph Spears it, 
					together with a second PBY of VP-63, sank U-392 in Straits of Gibraltar using retro-bombs.
				08155 (CAC s/n 879, Hull #1049)
				08156 (CAC s/n 880, Hull #1050)(MSN 1050) to RAAF as A24-32.  3 OTU Jan 27, 1943.  11 Sqn Feb 6, 1943 FJ-F.  Crashed in open sea rescue attempt 5/2/1944.
				08157 (CAC s/n 881, Hull #1051)
				08158 (CAC s/n 882, Hull #1052) (VP-63) hit large submerged object on landing
					in San Francisco Bay and sank 2/14/1943.  3 killed, 3 injured.
				08159 (CAC s/n 883, Hull #1053)to RAAF as A24-33.  3 OTU Jan 29, 1943.  To Sqd 20 coded RB-S Oct 25, 1943. On 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.  Conversion
				08160 (CAC s/n 884, Hull #1054)
				08161 (CAC s/n 885, Hull #1055) to RAAF as A24-35.  20 Sqn Feb 21, 1943  .20 Sqn Apr 20, 1943 Coded RB-Y.  Coded as RB-V.  11 Sqn Sep 12, 1943 FJ-A.
					43 Sqn Jan 21, 1944 OX-L.  11 Sqn Aug 2, 1944.  20 Sqn Oct 4, 1945.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways 11/10/1947. 
				08162 (CAC s/n 886, Hull #1056) crashed during night landing practice to avoid
					collision with carrier moored at NAS Alameda, CA. 
					10/24/1943.  4 killed, 3 injured.
				08163 (CAC s/n 887, Hull #1057) (VP-81) stalled on takeoff, crashed and burned 
					2/25/1943, NAS San Diego.  5 killed, 6 injured.
				08164 (CAC s/n 888, Hull #1058)
				08165 (CAC s/n 889, Hull #1059) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 01, later FAB 6500, redesignated P-10 in 1945.
					Discharged in 1954
				08166 (CAC s/n 890, Hull #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 
				08167 (CAC s/n 891, Hull #1061)assigned to COMAIRPAC lost at Pearl Harbor Feb 8, 1945
				08168 (CAC s/n 892, Hull #1062) (VH-1) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific May 9, 1945
				08169 (CAC s/n 893, Hull #1063) (VP-HDN-14) hit taxiing PBY while landing
					NAS San Diego 10/22/1943.  Pilot killed, plane SOC.
				08170 (CAC s/n 894, Hull #1064) (VPB-34) beached by typhoon winds at San Pedro Bay, Philippines Oct 30, 1944 and SOC
				08171 (CAC s/n 895, Hull #1065)
				08172 (CAC s/n 896, Hull #1066) (VP-63) crashed in night takeoff NAS Port Lyautey,
					French Morocco 1/9/1944.  7 killed, 2 survived.
				08173 (CAC s/n 897, Hull #1067)
				08174 (CAC s/n 898, Hull #1068)(VP-63) force landed at sea 9 miles from Craw
					Field, French Morocco due to fuel exhaustion
					and sank 7/22/1944.  All crew rescued.
				08175 (CAC s/n 899, Hull #1069)(VP-63) crash-landed Wickford Harbor, Rhode Island 5/30/1943.
					SOC.  Only minor injuries to the crew.
				08176 (CAC s/n 900, Hull #1070)
				08177 (CAC s/n 901, Hull #1071) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX570.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08178 (CAC s/n 902, Hull #1072)
				08179 (CAC s/n 903, Hull #1073)
				08180 (CAC s/n 904, Hull #1074) 
				08181 (CAC s/n 905, Hull #1075) (VPB-2 OTU#1) made hard landing 3/16/1943 off NAS
					Jacksonville, FL while rescuing a downed pilot and sank with 4 depth charges.
					Never recovered.
				08182 (CAC s/n 906, Hull #1076)
				08183 (CAC s/n 907, Hull #1077)
				08184 (CAC s/n 908, Hull #1078)
				08185 (CAC s/n 909, Hull #1079) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 03, later FAB 6502.  Redesignated P-10
					in 1945.  Discharged in 1948
				08186 (CAC s/n 910, Hull #1080) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 04, later FAB 6503.  Redesignated P-10
					in 1945.  Discharged in 1958
				08187 (CAC s/n 911, Hull #1081)
				08188 (CAC s/n 912, Hull #1082)
				08189 (CAC s/n 913, Hull #1083)
				08190 (CAC s/n 914, Hull #1084) to RAAF as A24-36.  11 Sqn Feb 21, 1943 FJ-G.   Crashed Apr 13, 1943, Cairns Harbour QLD. 
					Converted to ground instructional aircraft 5/5/1943.
				08191 (CAC s/n 915, Hull #1085)
				08192 (CAC s/n 916, Hull #1086)
				08193 (CAC s/n 917, Hull #1087)
				08194 (CAC s/n 918, Hull #1088)
				08195 (CAC s/n 919, Hull #1089)
				08196 (CAC s/n 920, Hull #1090)
				08197 (CAC s/n 921, Hull #1091)
				08198 (CAC s/n 922, Hull #1092)
				08199 (CAC s/n 923, Hull #1093)
				08200 (CAC s/n 924, Hull #1094) to RAAF as A24-37.  3 OTU Mar 11, 1943.  11 Sqn Nov 9, 1943 Coded FJ-J.   20 Sqn Dec 14, 1943 Coded RB-W. 
					11 Sqn Aug 1, 1944.  111 ASRF Jul 24, 1945  .Sold to ANA 10/15/1946.
				08201 (CAC s/n 925, Hull #1095) to RAAF as A24-40.  11 Sqn Mar 30, 1943 Coded FJ-J.  43 Sqn Aug 12, 1943 OX-A  .3 OTU Feb 11, 1945. 
					 Sold to ANA 10/15/1946.
				08202 (CAC s/n 926, Hull #1096) to RAAF as A24-43.  11 Sqdn Apr 19, 1943 FJ-B.  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 (CAC s/n 927, Hull #1097) to RAAF as A24-38. 20 Sqn Feb 21, 1943 Coded FJ-H.   Reports also state later FJ-J Apr 16, 1943. 
					11 Sqn Mar 11, 1943.  107 Sqn Jun 23, 1943.  43 Sqn Aug 25, 1943 OX-E.  11 Sqn Feb 18, 1944 Coded FJ-L. Damaged 3/20/1944.
				08204 (CAC s/n 928, Hull #1098)(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 20 Sqn Mar 15, 1943 Coded RB-U.and having crashed 4/8/1943 into Gulf of
					Carpentaria QLD, killing all on board.
				08205 (CAC s/n 929, Hull #1099)
				08206 (CAC s/n 930, Hull #1100) to RAAF as A24-39. 3 OTU Feb 18, 1943. Crashed into sea 5/24/1943 near Port Stephens NSW.
				08207 (CAC s/n 931, Hull #1101) to RAAF as A24-44.  20 Sqn Apr 19, 1943.  20 Sqn Apr 20, 1943 Coded RB-S.  43 Sqn Sep 27, 1943 Coded OX-K. 
					On 6 April 1944 A24-44 rescued the crew of Beaufighter A19-156 which had been hit by enemy fire and CL on Cartier Is, south of 
					Semaroe Is. The landing was in the open sea at dusk and a dark take-off with the 31 Sqn crew.  11 IASRF Jun 8, 1945.
					Sold 1/6/1948 to Kingsford Smith Air Services
				08208 (CAC s/n 932, Hull #1102) to RAAF as A24-42.  11 Sqn Mar 28, 1943 FJ-K.  20 Sqn Dec 12, 1943.  11 Sqn Mar 23, 1944 Coded FJ-G. 
					43 Sqn Jun 11, 1944.  Damaged in heavy seas 5/15/1945.  Conversion
				08209 (CAC s/n 933, Hull #1103)
				08210 (CAC s/n 934, Hull #1104)
				08211 (CAC s/n 935, Hull #1105) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX571. Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service
				08212 (CAC s/n 936, Hull #1106)to RAF as Catalina IVA JX572.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service.
				08213 (CAC s/n 937, Hull #1107) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX573.  Sold as scrap Mar 10, 1947
				08214 (CAC s/n 938, Hull #1108) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX574.  Went missing about 110 mi
					N of Shetland Islands Jun 9, 1944.
				08215 (CAC s/n 939, Hull #1109)to RAF as Catalina IVA JX575.  Transferred to BOAC as 
					G-AGID Jul 13, 1943.  Scuttled off Fremantle, Australia
					Nov 28, 1945.
				08216 (CAC s/n 940, Hull #1110)to RAF as Catalina IVA JX576.  Wrecked when struck rock while
					taxying at night, Killadeas Jul 20, 1944
				08217 (CAC s/n 941, Hull #1111) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX577.  Transferred to BOAC as
					G-AGIE Jul 13, 1943.  Scuttled off Fremantle, Australia
					Nov 28, 1945
				08218 (CAC s/n 942, Hull #1112) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX578.  SOC Nov 6, 1947
				08219 (CAC s/n 943, Hull #1113) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX579.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service
				08220 (CAC s/n 944, Hull #1114)to RAF as Catalina IVA JX580.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
					no RAF service.
				08221 (CAC s/n 945, Hull #1115) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX581.  Wrecked when overshot landing
					and struck rocks, Sullom Voe May 5, 1944.
				08222 (CAC s/n 946, Hull #1116) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX582.  Transferred to Norwegian AF
					Nov 21, 1945.
				08223 (CAC s/n 947, Hull #1117) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX583.  SOC Nov 6, 1947
				08224 (CAC s/n 948, Hull #1118) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX584.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08225 (CAC s/n 949, Hull #1119) to RAF as Catalina IVA JX585.  DBR when struck submerged
					obstruction during takeoff, Gibraltar May 30, 1944
				08226 (CAC s/n 950, Hull #1120) (VP-63) force-landed at sea due to fuel exhaustion and sank under tow 5/10/1943.  SOC.
				08227 (CAC s/n 951, Hull #1121)
				08228 (CAC s/n 952, Hull #1122) assigned to PATSU-1 lost at Guadalcanal Jul 1, 1943
				08229 (CAC s/n 953, Hull #1123) (VP-FAW-10, VP-101) force landed and sank Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia 4/30/1943,  Four crew
					killed, 4 survived.
				08230 (CAC s/n 954, Hull #1124)
				08231 (CAC s/n 955, Hull #1125) (VP-63) shot down by Ju-88s over Bay of Biscay Aug 1, 1943. 7 crew killed, 3 rescued by HMS Bideford (L43).
				08232 (CAC s/n 956, Hull #1126)
				08233 (CAC s/n 957, Hull #1127) (VPB-29) failed to return from mission from Kendari, SE Celebes Oct 1, 1944.  8 crew MIA.
				08234 (CAC s/n 958, Hull #1128)
				08235 (CAC s/n 959, Hull #1129) (VPB-2 OTU#1) damaged in water-loop on landing on St Johns River near NAS Jacksonville, FL Jul 23, 1943.
					Crew was unhurt.
				08236 (CAC s/n 960, Hull #1130)
				08237 (CAC s/n 961, Hull #1131)
				08238 (CAC s/n 962, Hull #1132)
				08239 (CAC s/n 963, Hull #1133)
				08240 (CAC s/n 964, Hull #1134)
				08241 (CAC s/n 965, Hull #1135)
				08242 (CAC s/n 966, Hull #1136) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 05, later FAB 6504.  Discharged in 1945
				08243 (CAC s/n 967, Hull #1137) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 06, later FAB 6505.  Discharged in 1945				
				08244 (CAC s/n 968, Hull #1138)(VP-33) crashed on take off from advanced base Mios Soe, Middleburg Island in South Pacific 9/8/1944.  
					2 killed, 8 injured
				08245 (CAC s/n 969, Hull #1139)
				08246 (CAC s/n 970, Hull #1140) (VP-24) crashed and burned 7/12/1943 Tulagi Harbor.  All 7 killed.
				08247 (CAC s/n 971, Hull #1141)
				08248 (CAC s/n 972, Hull #1142)
				08249 (CAC s/n 973, Hull #1143) (VPB-33) lost off Leyte Gulf off Philippines Jan 16, 1945
				88250 (CAC s/n 974, Hull #1144)
				08251 (CAC s/n 975, Hull #1145)(VP-63) wing hit water during low-altitude run,
					water-looped and sank 3/30/1943 Albemarle Sound, NC.  8 killed
				08252 (CAC s/n 976, Hull #1146) (VP-23) DBR in accident at Funafuti (Ellice Islands) Jun 30, 1943
				08253 (CAC s/n 977, Hull #1147)(VP-23) could not take off after making landing for rescue near Funafuti Jul 30, 1943.
					PT boat took aboard the survivor and the crew, and sunk the plane by gunfire.
				08254 (CAC s/n 978, Hull #1148)
				08255 (CAC s/n 979, Hull #1149)
				08256 (CAC s/n 990, Hull #1160) assigned to FAW-2 lost at Kaneohe, Hawaii Mar 26, 1945
				08257 (CAC s/n 991, Hull #1161)
				08258 (CAC s/n 992, Hull #1162)
				08259 (CAC s/n 993, Hull #1163)
				08260 (CAC s/n 994, Hull #1164)
				08261 (CAC s/n 995, Hull #1165)
				08262 (CAC s/n 996, Hull #1166)
				08263 (CAC s/n 997, Hull #1167)
				08264 (CAC s/n 998, Hull #1168) to RAAF as A24-50.  20 Sqn Apr 20, 1943 Coded RB-Z.  20 Sqn May 2, 1943.
					11 Sqn Aug 23, 1943 Coded FJ-E.  Did not return from Sorong, Vogelkop Pen 9/2/1943.
				08265 (CAC s/n 999, Hull #1169)
				08266 (CAC s/n 1010, Hull #1180)
				08267 (CAC s/n 1011, Hull #1181)
				08268 (CAC s/n 1012, Hull #1182) to RAAF as A24-48. 20 Sqn Apr 20, 1943 Coded RB-Q Wrecked on takeoff Bowen lighthouse.
					Conversion.  Salvaged May 30, 1943
				08269 (CAC s/n 1013, Hull #1183) to RAAF as A24-45. 11 Sqn Apr 19, 1943 Coded FJ-D.  43 Sqn Mar 12, 1944 OX-E.FTR  
					Wrecked Namlea 7/20/1944, werckage discovered 1996.
				08270 (CAC s/n 1014, Hull #1184) 
				08271 (CAC s/n 1015, Hull #1185) 
				08272 (CAC s/n 1016, Hull #1186) to RAAF as A24-46.  20 Sqn Apr 15, 1943.  20 Sqn Apr 20, 1943 Coded RB-R.  3 OTU Jul 5, 1943. 
					20 Sqn Coded RB-T Jan 6, 1944. On 21 Jan 1944, while in service with 43 Sqn, while returning to Darwin from from an 
					operation, due to bad weather the crew alighted near Snake Bay, Melville Island. During refuelling from Drums, spilt fuel 
					on the wing caught fire igniting the fabric covering of the trailing quarter of the wing plus the ailerons. The aircraft was towed 
					approximately 200 miles to Darwin by HMAS Mercedes, a mine sweeper. Broken up but not destroyed. 
					Disposed of to C K Campbell Nov 12, 1947. In 1990 moved from Lake Boga, Vic, to Albany. Was on display, partially restored, 
					at the Malcolm Green Aircraft Museum, Whaleworld, Albany, WA. Sold late 2004. Current location not known.
				08273 (CAC s/n 1017, Hull #1187) 
				08274 (CAC s/n 1018, Hull #1188) 
				08275 (CAC s/n 1019, Hull #1189) 
 				08276 (CAC s/n 1020, Hull #1190) (VPB-2 OTU#1) in collision with PBY-5 08425 during takeoff at NAS Jacksonville, FL.  Crew was unhurt
				08277 (CAC s/n 1021, Hull #1191) 
				08278 (CAC s/n 1022, Hull #1102) 
				08279 (CAC s/n 1023, Hull #1193) 
				08280 (CAC s/n 1024, Hull #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 quoted as being as MSN 12334.
					 NZ4001  1194  PBY-5 08280  Arrived Fiji 04 April 1943. Code XX-A.Damaged Lauthala Bay 09 August 1945. Written off 22 September 1945.  
					1194 Type: PBY-5 USN No.: Bu 08280 Code letter XX – A Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 4 Apr 43 On 6 Sqn To 3 OTU 
					Damaged at Laucala Bay, 9 Aug 45 A/C sunk onto starbord wing when starboard beaching gear folded Written off at 
					Laucala Bay, 11 Sep 45 [22 Sep 45 ?]
				08281 (CAC s/n 1025, Hull #1195) 
				08282 (CAC s/n 1026, Hull #1196) 
				08283 (CAC s/n 1027, Hull #1197) (VP-33) lost in landing accident 4/23/1944 to rescue B-24 crew and sank.  All crew rescued by
					another PBY (08493).  I have this plane also as having
					been lost in a takeoff accident with VPB-34 11/11/1944 in the Philippines.
				08284 (CAC s/n 1028, Hull #1198)  to RAAF as A24-47. 11 Sqn May 6, 1943 coded FJ-G April 1943.  April 1944 Coded FJ-K. 
					112 ASRF Aug 18, 1945.  Sold to J. E. Wood 11/13/1947.
				08285 (CAC s/n 1029, Hull #1199) to RAAF as A24-49.  Served with 20 Sqn May 5, 1943 Coded FJ-L.Served with 11 Sqn Jun 24, 1943
					Crashed 4/28/1944, Horn Island QLD after a mission to Manokwari.
				08286 (CAC s/n 1030, Hull #1200) to RAAF as A24-56. 43 Sqn 7/8/43.Coded OX-B,20 Sqn Coded RB-K, 11 Sqn 22/12/44. 
					112 Air Sea Rescue Flight 16/8/45.  2 Sqn 15/11/45.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith 1/5/1948.
				08287 (CAC s/n 1031, Hull #1201) 
				08288 (CAC s/n 1032, Hull #1202) 
				08289 (CAC s/n 1033, Hull #1203) 
				08290 (CAC s/n 1034, Hull #1204) (VN18D8) damaged due to engine failure on takeoff at NAS Corpus Christi, TX Apr 11, 1943.
					Crew uninjured.  Water looped on takeoff Jacksonville NAS 5/7/1943.  SOC.
				08291 (CAC s/n 1035, Hull #1205) 
				08292 (CAC s/n 1036, Hull #1206)
				08293 (CAC s/n 1037, Hull #1207) (VP-11) lost off Australia Jul 4, 1943
				08294 (CAC s/n 1038, Hull #1208) (VP-FAW-10) crashed Exmouth Gulf, Australia 
					7/3/1943.  4 killed, 4 injured.
				08295 (CAC s/n 1039, Hull #1209) 
				08296 (CAC s/n 1040, Hull #1210) 
				08297 (CAC s/n 1041, Hull #1211) (VP-52) lost off Admiralty Island Ulithi in west central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				08298 (CAC s/n 1042, Hull #1212) 
				08299 (CAC s/n 1043, Hull #1213) 
				08300 (CAC s/n 1044, Hull #1214) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 07, later FAB 6506.  Redesignated
					P-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1958
				08301 (CAC s/n 1045, Hull #1215) Lend-Lease to Chile as FACh 400
				08302 (CAC s/n 1046, Hull #1216) Lend-Lease to Chile as FACh 401
				08303 (CAC s/n 1047, Hull #1217) 
				08304 (CAC s/n 1048, Hull #1218) (VPB-2 OTU#1) damaged when struck buoy on takeoff from NAS Jacksonville, FL Jul 31, 1943.  Crew unhurt.
				08305 (CAC s/n 1049, Hull #1219) 
				08306 (CAC s/n 1050, Hull #1220) 
				08307 (CAC s/n 1051, Hull #1221) (VN-4M) flipped over and sank on landing, 
					Escambria Bay, South Pacific 6/3/1946.  2 killed.
				08308 (CAC s/n 1052, Hull #1222) stalled on landing in fog Pensacola Bay, Fl 
					1/27/1944. Pilot killed, 6 injured.  Aircraft DBR.
				08309 (CAC s/n 1053, Hull #1223) 
				08310 (CAC s/n 1054, Hull #1224) 
				08311 (CAC s/n 1055, Hull #1225) 
				08312 (CAC s/n 1056, Hull #1226) (VP-3) forced landing after fuel exhaustion Jun 22, 1943.  With FAW-2 forced to land at sea off NAS
					Kaneohe, Hawaii due to oil leak Feb 12, 1944.  One crew killed, 7 survived in life rafts.
				08313 (CAC s/n 1057, Hull #1227) 
				08314 (CAC s/n 1058, Hull #1228) 
				08315 (CAC s/n 1059, Hull #1229) to USAAF as 42-107401.
				08316 (CAC s/n 1060, Hull #1230) water looped during night landing and sank
					Pensacola Bay, FL. 12/4/1943.  Pilot killed,
					6 injured.
				08317 (CAC s/n 1061, Hull #1231) saved by NASM and is now in National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				08318 (CAC s/n 1062, Hull #1232) (VP-FAW-3) headquartered at Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, force landed in Atlantic Ocean due
					to fuel exhaustion 6/22/1943.  Recovered and returned to service.
				08319 (CAC s/n 1063, Hull #1233) (VPB-2 OTU#1) water-looped in landing in St Johns River, FL Aug 1, 1944.  Plane was damaged, but crew was unhurt.
				08320 (CAC s/n 1064, Hull #1234).  Diverted to USAAF as 42-107403
				08321 (CAC s/n 1065, Hull #1235) (VPB-2) force landed in a field near Julington 
					Creek, FL 10/27/1944. 1 killed.
				08322 (CAC s/n 1066, Hull #1236).  Diverted to USAAF as 42-107404
				08323 (CAC s/n 1067, Hull #1237)
				08324 (CAC s/n 1068, Hull #1238)(VN-8) crashed into Mobile Bay, FL 7/3/1943.  5 killed.
				08325 (CAC s/n 1069, Hull #1239)
				08326 (CAC s/n 1070, Hull #1240) (VP-101) damaged when ran aground Philip Reef, Namoai Bay, New Guinea Sep 14, 1943.  SOC Oct 5, 1943.
				08327 (CAC s/n 1071, Hull #1241)(VP-11) caught fire due to premature detonation of magnesium flare and made water landing Sep 19, 1943 out
					of Australia.  Aircraft sank, but crew of 9 was rescued 3 days later.
				08328 (CAC s/n 1072, Hull #1242) (VP-11) in accident in Jenkins Bay, southern Pacific
					May 31,1943.  A crewman was knocked overboard and drowned.
					No damage to plane.  Forced landing Oct 11, 1943 on south shore of New Britain during attack on enemy
					submarine due to premature explosion of depth charge.  Aircraft sank, but crew of nine was rescued
				08329 (CAC s/n 1083, Hull #1253) (VP-11) damaged by friendly fire from P-40 20 mi SE of Arawe in South Pacific Dec 27, 1943.  Aircraft forced down on
					water and sank.  Crew was rescued.
				08330 (CAC s/n 1084, Hull #1254) to USAAF as 42-107405
				08331 (CAC s/n 1085, Hull #1255)(VP-11) missing on search mission 8/13/1944.
				08332 (CAC s/n 1086, Hull #1256) to RAAF as A24-54.  20 Sqn Jun 15, 1943 RB-U.  112 ASRF Jan 27, 1945.  Strafed by fighters while trying to pick
					up survivors from Liberators A72-81 and A72-77 in Sawoe Sea (Timor) Apr 6, 1945, caught fire and abandoned.
				08333 (CAC s/n 1087, Hull #1257) to RAAF as A24-51.  20 Sqdn Jun 2, 1943 Coded RB-W.  11 Sqn Jul 26, 1943.  3 OTU May 25, 1944. 
					Sold to Australair 11/5/1947.
				08334 (CAC s/n 1088, Hull #1258) to RAAF as A24-53.  11 Sqn May 26, 1943 Coded FJ-B. 43 Sqn Sep 9, 1943 OX-J.  20 Sqn Nov 28, 1943. 
					43 Sqn Dec 23, 1943.  Failed to return 4/21/1944 from Balikpapan.
				08335 (CAC s/n 1089, Hull #1259) to RAAF as A24-52.  11 Sqdn Jun 14, 1943 coded FJ-A.  Crashed 9/7/1943, Townsville QLD
					in Cleveland Bay.  The aircraft, carrying 10 crew and 9 passengers, crashed when landing after returning from 
					Merauke and Karumba. After touching down the aircraft travelled a short distance when it struck a large wave and sank by the bow. 
					A film that captured the incident disclosed that after the aircraft sank by the bow one or both anti-submarine depth charges exploded. 
					7 crew and 6 passengers killed, 3 passengers survived.  
				08336 (CAC s/n 1090, Hull #1260) to RAAF as A24-55.  20 Sqn 1/7/43. 11 Sqn 9/10/43 Coded FJ-J. 43 Sqn 26/9/44. 111 ASRF 10/6/45.
					Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947
				08337 (CAC s/n 1091, Hull #1261)
				08338 (CAC s/n 1092, Hull #1262)
				08339 (CAC s/n 1093, Hull #1263) (VP-11) sank Apr 3/4, 1944 while under tow after a forced night
					landing at sea due to severe oil leak.  Crew was rescued
				08340 (CAC s/n 1094, Hull #1264)) to RAAF as A24-57.  20Sqn 4-43 Coded FJ-H.  Sold 5/11/1947
				08341 (CAC s/n 1095, Hull #1265) to RAAF as A25-58. 20 Sqn 5/7/43 Coded RJ-P.  43 Sqn 14/11/44 OX-U.  112 Air Sea Rescue 
					Flight 4/4/45,  20 Sqn 6/12/45. Sold to Barrier Reef Airways 11/10/1947.
				08342 (CAC s/n 1096, Hull #1266) nosed in on landing Barrancas Beach, FL. 
					9/27/1943.  3 killed, 2 injured.  SOC.
				08343 (CAC s/n 1097, Hull #1267)
				08344 (CAC s/n 1098, Hull #1268)
				08345 (CAC s/n 1099, Hull #1269)
				08346 (CAC s/n 1100, Hull #1270)
				08347 (CAC s/n 1101, Hull #1271)
				08348 (CAC s/n 1102, Hull #1272)
				08349 (CAC s/n 1103, Hull #1273)
				08350 (CAC s/n 1104, Hull #1274) (VP-34) in forced landing 40 mi SE of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba May 13, 1943. Towed back to base.
				08351 (CAC s/n 1105, Hull #1275)
				08352 (CAC s/n 1106, Hull #1276)
				08353 (CAC s/n 1107, Hull #1277) (VPB-63) crashed on takeoff 6/11/45, British
					Gambia, Africa during ferrying.
				08354 (CAC s/n 1108, Hull #1278) (VP-34) sank at mooring at Palm Island Feb 27, 1944.  SOC
				08355 (CAC s/n 1109, Hull #1279) (VPB-63) crashed on takeoff at Port Lyautey Jul 1, 1945.  Crew abandoned the plane, which sank.
				08356 (CAC s/n 1110, Hull #1280)
				08357 (CAC s/n 1111, Hull #1281)
				08358 (CAC s/n 1112, Hull #1282)
				08359 (CAC s/n 1113, Hull #1283)
				08360 (CAC s/n 1114, Hull #1284)
				08361 (CAC s/n 1115, Hull #1285) (VP-100) sank at sea SW of Oahu after hard landing while trying to pick up two survivors of an SB2C crash
					7/18/1944.  Crew and survivors rescued by USS Crouter (DE-11)
				08362 (CAC s/n 1116, Hull #1286) assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 18, 1945
				08363 (CAC s/n 1117, Hull #1287) (VPB-34) sank in landing accident off Samar
					coast in Philippines 10/25/1944.  Crew unhurt
				08364 (CAC s/n 1118, Hull #1288)
				08365 (CAC s/n 1119, Hull #1289) 
				08366 (CAC s/n 1120, Hull #1290) 
				08367 (CAC s/n 1121, Hull #1291) 
				08368 (CAC s/n 1122, Hull #1292) (VPB-33) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Jan 12, 1945
				08369 (CAC s/n 1123, Hull #1293) 
				08370 (CAC s/n 1124, Hull #1294) 
				08371 (CAC s/n 1125, Hull #1295) 
				08372 (CAC s/n 1126, Hull #1296) (VP-14) crashed during low-altitude turn west
					of Copis Island 12/7/1943.  8 killed, 3 injured.  Also reported as to VR-BAB, then F-OAVV and w/o Feb 19, 1958
					acccording to Andrade
				08373 (CAC s/n 1127, Hull #1297) to RNZAF May 1943 as Catalina IVA NZ4004.  To instructional airframe as INST120 at
					Hobsonville in 1946.  SOC 1951 and scrapped.
				08374 (CAC s/n 1128, Hull #1298) (VP-71) lost in west central Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				08375 (CAC s/n 1129, Hull #1299) (VPB-33) damaged by enemy AAA of Leyte Gulf off Philippines Nov 3, 1944 and returned to base with
					one engine shot out and co-pilot dead.
				08376 (CAC s/n 1130, Hull #1300) 
				08377 (CAC s/n 1131, Hull #1301) (VP-14) crashed on takeoff 1/5/1944 Treasury Island.  Plane sank, but crew was unhurt.
				08378 (CAC s/n 1132, Hull #1302) (VP-52) during taxying the starboard engine caught fire and aircraft
					sank near Daru Island, New Guinea Feb 6, 1944. No injuries. Recommended for SOC Feb 14, 1944. 
					Eventually salvaged and hoisted aboard by USS Heron Feb 19, 1944. 
					Salvaged aircraft taken and hoisted ashore at Advanced Base Samarai, New Guinea Feb 22, 1944. 
					Probably used as spare parts. Wrongly mixed up with 08432 in various sources..
				08379 (CAC s/n 1133, Hull #1303) 
				08380 (CAC s/n 1134, Hull #1304) 
				08381 (CAC s/n 1135, Hull #1305) (VPB-29) dragged moorings in high winds and collided with other moored planes and sank at Owi
					Nov 7, 1944
				08382 (CAC s/n 1136, Hull #1306) 
				08383 (CAC s/n 1137, Hull #1307) 
				08384 (CAC s/n 1138, Hull #1308) 
				08385 (CAC s/n 1139, Hull #1309) 
				08386 (CAC s/n 1140, Hull #1310) (VP-91) crashed on takeoff with depth charges and
					exploded Espritu Santo, South Pacific 1/22/1944.
					6 killed, 3 injured.
				08387 (CAC s/n 1141, Hull #1311) 
				08388 (CAC s/n 1142, Hull #1312) (VP-91) crashed during patrol 11/19/1943 Malaita
					Island, South Pacific.  5 killed, 2 injured.
				08389 (CAC s/n 1143, Hull #1313) 
				08390 (CAC s/n 1144, Hull #1314) 
				08391 (CAC s/n 1145, Hull #1315) 
				08392 (CAC s/n 1146, Hull #1316) 
				08393 (CAC s/n 1147, Hull #1317) 
				08394 (CAC s/n 1148, Hull #1318) 
				08395 (CAC s/n 1149, Hull #1319) at National Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL
				08396 (CAC s/n 1150, Hull #1320) to Dutch Navy as Y-86.  Later reserialed P-86, then 16-86
				08397 (CAC s/n 1151, Hull #1321) to Dutch Navy as Y-87.  Crashed Oct 13, 1946 at Woendi.
				08398 (CAC s/n 1152, Hull #1322) 
				08399 (CAC s/n 1153, Hull #1323) (VP-11) ran out of fuel and forced-landed during 
					anti-sub patrol 4/3/1944.  Sank during attempted salvage.
				08400 (CAC s/n 1154, Hull #1324) to RAAF as A24-59. 20 Sqn 1/8/43 Coded RB-L  .43 Sqn 12/8/44.   ASR Sqn 16/5/46.  
					Sold to Sidney Morning Herald 3/24/1947.
				08401 (CAC s/n 1155, Hull #1325) 
				08402 (CAC s/n 1156, Hull #1326) 
				08403 (CAC s/n 1157, Hull #1327)
				08404 (CAC s/n 1158, Hull #1328) to RAAF as A24-60.  20 Sqn 11/7/43 Coded RB-N.  43 Sqn 6/12/44.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight 6/5/45. Sold 11/12/1947
				08405 (CAC s/n 1159, Hull #1329) to RAAF as A24-64. Served with 43 Sqn 07/08/43 Coded OX-D.  Failed to return from Philippines 12/14/1944.
				08406 (CAC s/n 1160, Hull #1330) to RAAF as A24-61.  20 Sqn 1/8/43 Coded RB-M.11 Sqn 5/7/45.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947.
				08407 (CAC s/n 1161, Hull #1331) (VP-45) damaged in landing off Attu in north Pacific Oct 5, 1943.  Crew survived, aircraft required
					major overhaul.
				08408 (CAC s/n 1172, Hull #1342) (VP-45) developed engine oproblems Jul 24, 1943 and forced to land in vicinity of Komandorski
					Islands Jul 24, 1943.  Fired on by Russian ground position and damaged.  Landed in Sarana Lake.
					Crew rescued by another PBY.  Also listed as lost in north Pacific Aug 23, 1943
				08409 (CAC s/n 1173, Hull #1343) (VP-45) sank in 90 feet of water in failed takeoff
					in rough seas 3/23/1943 Attu, AL.  All crew rescued.  Plane was salvaged and used for spare parts.
				08410 (CAC s/n 1174, Hull #1344)
				08411 (CAC s/n 1175, Hull #1345) (VPB-2 OTU#1) flew into water during landing, St Johns
					River, FL 1/28/1945.  5 killed, 5 injured.
				08412 (CAC s/n 1176, Hull #1346)
				08413 (CAC s/n 1177, Hull #1347 (VP-14) badly damaged when hit coral reef during taxying and 
					grounded on a reef at Ondonga, New Georgia, Solomons Dec 20, 1943. Recommended for SOC, 
					but MAG-14, Service Sqn attempted salvage. They began repairing aircraft using salvaged 
					parts of a surveyed PBY. Given to PATSU 1-11 in Mar 1944. Flown to Halavo for eventual 
					ferry to an overhaul base Apr 19, 1944. Flown back to NAS Kaneohe, Oahu, HI and 
					transferred to FAW-2, HQ Sqn Jun 1944.
				08414 (CAC s/n 1178, Hull #1348)
				08415 (CAC s/n 1179, Hull #1349)  
				08416 (CAC s/n 1180, Hull #1350)
				08417 (CAC s/n 1181, Hull #1351)
				08418 (CAC s/n 1182, Hull #1352)
				08419 (CAC s/n 1183, Hull #1353)
				08420 (CAC s/n 1184, Hull #1354)
				08421 (CAC s/n 1185, Hull #1355)
				08422 (CAC s/n 1186, Hull #1356) (VPB-2 OTU#1) crashed during instrument training near NAS
					Jacksonville 6/25/1943. 13 killed.
				08423 (CAC s/n 1187, Hull #1357) 
				08424 (CAC s/n 1188, Hull #1358) 
				08425 (CAC s/n 1189, Hull #1359) (VPB-2 OTU#1) in collision with PBY-5 08276 during takeoff at NAS Jacksonville, FL.  Crew was unhurt.
				08426 (CAC s/n 1190, Hull #1360) 
				08427 (CAC s/n 1191, Hull #1361) (FAW-14) damaged during ramp approach at NAS North Island, CA Sep 17, 1943.  Crew was unhurt
					Struck by taxiing PBY-5 08169 at NAS San Diego Oct 22, 1943.  08427 required major overhaul.  Pilot and
					copilot suffered minor injures, rest of crew unhurt.
				08428 (CAC s/n 1192, Hull #1362) (VP-52) missing 11/22/1943, off Namoai Bay in southwest Pacific.
				08429 (CAC s/n 1193, Hull #1363) (VPB-33) lost of Manus in southwest Pacific Jan 1, 1945
				08430 (CAC s/n 1194, Hull #1364) 
				08431 (CAC s/n 1195, Hull #1365) (VP-52) in landing accident to rescue crew of
					downed PB4Y 4/30/1944, South Pacific.  Nosed
					over.  3 missing, 5 injured.
				08432 (CAC s/n 1196, Hull #1366) (VP-52) last noted in New Guinea Dec 25, 1943. Not lost Feb 6, 1942
				08433 (CAC s/n 1197, Hull #1367) Lend-Lese to Chile as FACh 402
				08434 (CAC s/n 1198, Hull #1368) (VPB-34) crash landed 11/6/1944 San Pedro Bay, Philippines.  Now crew injuries, but aircraft was total loss.
					This plane was the famed Medal of Honor aircraft flown
					by Lt. Nathan Gordon Feb 15, 1944 off New Britain.	
				08435 (CAC s/n 1199, Hull #1369) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as NZ4020.  Arrived Fiji 21 October 1943. Code XX-W.  Stalled on landing at Hobsonville on 26 May 1945 
					and towed to mooring by crash boat. Damage resulted in the aircraft being written off charge on 18 June 1945.   Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 
					21 Oct 43 On 6 Sqn. Struck by NZ 4022 while moored At Segond Chanel, 16 Nov 43 RNZAF file ref: 25/2/1195 
					Stalled on Landing at Hobsonville, towed to mooring by crash boat, 26 May 45.   Written Off due to damage, 18 Jun 1945  		
				08436 (CAC s/n 1200, Hull #1370) (VJ-2) undershot landing 5/3/1943.  With VB-34 failed to return from mission 100-200 mi N of New Ireland
					Jan 9, 1944.   
				08437 (CAC s/n 1201, Hull #1371) (VN-18B) hit seaplane ramp during taxiing 3/28/1946, Corpus Christi, TX.  SOC
				08438 (CAC s/n 1202, Hull #1372) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as NZ4019.   Code XX-V Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 21 Oct 43 On 6 Sqn. 
					Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952
				08439 (CAC s/n 1203, Hull #1373) 
				08440 (CAC s/n 1204, Hull #1374) 
				08441 (CAC s/n 1205, Hull #1375) lost off Kanoehe, Hawaii Mar 16, 1945
				08442 (CAC s/n 1206, Hull #1376) (VP-52) crashed on takeoff 11/13/1943 Queensland, Australia.  SOC.  Crew uninjured
				08443 (CAC s/n 1207, Hull #1377) (VP-14) damaged while moored at Torokina, South Pacific Jan 16, 1944.  Aircraft salvaged.
				08444 (CAC s/n 1208, Hull #1378) (VP-52) lost in southwest Pacific Mar 23, 1943
				08445 (CAC s/n 1209, Hull #1379) 
				08446 (CAC s/n 1210, Hull #1380) 
				08447 (CAC s/n 1211, Hull #1381) 
				08448 (CAC s/n 1212, Hull #1382) 
				08449 (CAC s/n 1213, Hull #1383) 
				08450 (CAC s/n 1214, Hull #1384) to RNZAF Jun 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4012.  Code letter XX – N Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 20 Jun 43 
					On 6 Sqn.  Heavy landing at Havalo Bay, 14 Jul 44 . Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952
				08451 (CAC s/n 1215, Hull #1385) (VP-14) lost in South Pacific Oct 1, 1943
				08452 (CAC s/n 1216, Hull #1386) 
				08453 (CAC s/n 1217, Hull #1387)  (MSN 1387) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4015.  Code letter XX – R.   Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 12 Jul 43 On 6 Sqn. 
					Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952
				08454 (CAC s/n 1218, Hull #1388) 
				08455 (CAC s/n 1219, Hull #1389) 
				08456 (CAC s/n 1220, Hull #1390) 
				08457 (CAC s/n 1221, Hull #1391) 
				08458 (CAC s/n 1222, Hull #1392) (VP-23) crashed on or near Tulagi in South Pacific Nov 8, 1943
				08459 (CAC s/n 1223, Hull #1393) 
				08460 (CAC s/n 1224, Hull #1394) 
				08461 (CAC s/n 1225, Hull #1395) 
				08462 (CAC s/n 1226, Hull #1396) (VPB-2 OTU#1) damaged by strong wind while anchored at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 7, 1943. Aircraft required
					major overhaul.
				08463 (CAC s/n 1227, Hull #1397) (VP-14) crashed 1/14/1944, Bougainville, SP.  Aircraft salvaged.
				08464 (CAC s/n 1228, Hull #1398) (MSN 1398) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4014.  Code letter XX-T.  Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 11 Jul 43 On 6 Sqn. 
					Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952
				08465 (CAC s/n 1229, Hull #1399) 
				08466 (CAC s/n 1230, Hull #1400) (MSN 1400) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4016.  Code letter XX – S Arrived in Laucala Bay, Fiji, 13 Jul 43 On 6 Sqn. 
					Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 52
				08467 (CAC s/n 1231, Hull #1401) (MSN 1401) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4017.  Code letter XX – T.   Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 13 Jul 43 On 6 Sqn. 
					Struck obstruction in water at Florida Island, 21 Mar 44.  Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952
					The aircraft currently flying in NZ painted as NZ4017 is PBV-1A Canso ZK-PBY (construction number CV-357) of the Catalina Group, Papakura. NZ 
				08468 (CAC s/n 1232, Hull #1402) (MSN 1402) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4013. Arrived Fiji 06 July 1943. Code XX-O. Water-looped on takeoff after
					a rescue mission of a crew of a Grumman J2F-2 9n 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 (CAC s/n 1233, Hull #1403) (VP-14) forced landing 6/12/1944 150 mi NW of
					Espiritu Santo.  Sank under tow.
				08470 (CAC s/n 1234, Hull #1404) 
				08471 (CAC s/n 1235, Hull #1405) 
				08472 (CAC s/n 1236, Hull #1406)
				08473 (CAC s/n 1247, Hull #1417)
				08474 (CAC s/n 1248, Hull #1418)
				08475 (CAC s/n 1249, Hull #1419)
				08476 (CAC s/n 1250, Hull #1420)
				08477 (CAC s/n 1251, Hull #1421)
				08478 (CAC s/n 1252, Hull #1422)
				08479 (CAC s/n 1253, Hull #1423)
				08480 (CAC s/n 1254, Hull #1424)
				08481 (CAC s/n 1255, Hull #1425)
				08482 (CAC s/n 1256, Hull #1426)
				08483 (CAC s/n 1257, Hull #1427)
				08484 (CAC s/n 1258, Hull #1428) (VPB-34) lost off San Pedro Bay in southwest Pacific Nov 6, 1944
				80485 (CAC s/n 1259, Hull #1429)
				08486 (CAC s/n 1260, Hull #1430) (VP-91) damaged on takeoff at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, South Pacific Feb 2, 1944.  Crew unhurt.
				08487 (CAC s/n 1261, Hull #1431) To RNZAF Oct 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4021  Code letter XX – X.   Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 27 Oct 43 On 6 Sqn.. 
					Hit obstruction on take off from Havalo Bay, 12 Jan 44.   Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952 
				08488 (CAC s/n 1262, Hull #1432) (MSN 1432) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4018.  Code letter XX – U. rrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 20 Oct 43 On 6 Sqn. 
					At Ile Noa, Noumea, after 2 missed attempts at mooring, the co-pilot waved the beaching crew to stay clear of the A/C, the propeller struck 
					his hand.   Fuel shortage en-route Auckland To Halavo Bay, forced landing at Cape Sydney, San Cristobal, 30 Nov 44 
					Declared surplus and scrapped at Hobsonville, 1952
				08489 (CAC s/n 1263, Hull #1433) to RAAF as A24-65. 43 Sqn 16/9/43 Coded OX-H.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight 6/6/45. 
					Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947.
				08490 (CAC s/n 1264, Hull #1434)
				08491 (CAC s/n 1265, Hull #1435)
				08492 (CAC s/n 1266, Hull #1436) (VPB-34) beached by typhoon winds at San Pedro Bay, Philippines Oct 30, 1944 and SOC
				08493 (CAC s/n 1267, Hull #1437)
				08494 (CAC s/n 1268, Hull #1438) (VP-34) sank in night landing accident 8/14/1944,
					Wios Wolndi, Dutch New Guinea.  SOC
				08495 (CAC s/n 1269, Hull #1439)
				08496 (CAC s/n 1270, Hull #1440)
				08497 (CAC s/n 1271, Hull #1441)
				08498 (CAC s/n 1272, Hull #1442)
				08499 (CAC s/n 1273, Hull #1443)  to RAAF as A24-66. 43 Sqn 2/9/43.3 OTU 16/7/44.  Sold to J.E. Wood 11/21/1947.
				08500 (CAC s/n 1274, Hull #1444) to RAAF as A24-67. 20 Sqn 25/8/43 Coded RB-X. Shot down 10/1/1943 during torpedo attack.
				08501 (CAC s/n 1285, Hull #1445)
				08502 (CAC s/n 1286, Hull #1446)
				08503 (CAC s/n 1287, Hull #1447)
				08504 (CAC s/n 1288, Hull #1448) to RAAF as A24-68.  43 Sqn 8/9/43.11 Sqn 31/3/45.   112 ASR F 27/6/45.  43 Sqn 25/10/45.
					Sold to Kingsford-Smith 1/5/1948.
				08505 (CAC s/n 1289, Hull #1449) sank 5/20/1944 during night landing
				08506 (CAC s/n 1290, Hull #1450) (VP-72) damaged on takeoff 2/18/1944, Majuro, South Pacific.  All crew rescued, but aircraft was blown up.
				08507 (CAC s/n 1291, Hull #1451) 
				08508 (CAC s/n 1292, Hull #1452) 
				08509 (CAC s/n 1293, Hull #1453) (VP-33) spun-in in South Pacific 5/21/1944, crashed and burned.  Pilot and 5 missing, 3 injured.
				08510 (CAC s/n 1294, Hull #1454) (VP-72) in landing accident in rough seas while attempting to rescue crew of 08540, sank by gunfire 1/14/1944, 
					South Pacific.
				08511 (CAC s/n 1295, Hull #1455) 
				08512 (CAC s/n 1296, Hull #1456) (VP-33) failed to return from mission in Zamboanga area Sep 4, 1944.  8 crew MIA
				08513 (CAC s/n 1297, Hull #1457) (VP-33) landed at sea to pick up crew of downed B-24 NE of New Guinea but was damaged and could not take off
					Apr 25, 1944.  Plane had to be abandoned, but crew and B-24 survivors were picked up by plane from VP-34
				08514 (CAC s/n 1298, Hull #1458) 
				08515 (CAC s/n 1299, Hull #1459) 
				08516 (CAC s/n 1300, Hull #1460) to RNZAF Jun 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4022. Arrived Fiji 28 October 1943. Code XX-Y. 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.
				08517 (CAC s/n 1301, Hull #1461) 
				08518 (CAC s/n 1302, Hull #1462) (VP-33) during rescue mission 6/3/1944 attacked by Japanese Hamp fighters, landed and beached aircraft.  When
					clear, flew home.  The Hamp was later recognized as a Zero variant.
				08519 (CAC s/n 1303, Hull #1463) 
				08520 (CAC s/n 1304, Hull #1464) (VPB-33) ran out of fuel and forced to land in enemy territory in Leyte Gulf off Philippines Nov 11, 1944.
					Refuelled by PT boat and made it back to base.
				08521 (CAC s/n 1305, Hull #1465) 
				08522 (CAC s/n 1306, Hull #1466) (CAC s/n 1306, Hull #1466) (VP-33) failed to return from mission out of Samarai, New Guinea Mar 11, 1944.  8 crew MIA, aircraft SOC Dec 1944.
				08523 (CAC s/n 1307, Hull #1467) 
				08524 (CAC s/n 1308, Hull #1468) 
				08525 (CAC s/n 1309, Hull #1469) 
				08526 (CAC s/n 1310, Hull #1470) 
				08527 (CAC s/n 1311, Hull #1471) 
				08528 (CAC s/n 1312, Hull #1472) 
				08529 (CAC s/n 1313, Hull #1473) 
				08530 (CAC s/n 1314, Hull #1474) (VN-4) flew into water during landing and burned, Corpus Christi Bay, TX 10/7/1946.
				08531 (CAC s/n 1315, Hull #1475) 
				08532 (CAC s/n 1316, Hull #1476) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV925.   SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08533 (CAC s/n 1317, Hull #1477) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV926.   SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08534 (CAC s/n 1318, Hull #1478) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV927.  Returned to USN Jul 29, 1947
				08535 (CAC s/n 1319, Hull #1479) (VPB-2 OTU#1) got lost and force landed 100 mi west of Tampa, FL 2/12/1944. No crew injuries and all were
					transferred to a ship.   Believed aircraft later sank.
				08536 (CAC s/n 1320, Hull #1480) (VPB-2 OTU#1) made emergency landing due to engine failure, taxiied to beach, hit trees, and sank 6/11/1944, 
					Great Ragged Island, BWI.  Crew and passengers unhurt, but aircraft DBR.
				08537 (CAC s/n 1321, Hull #1481)  
				08538 (CAC s/n 1322, Hull #1482) 
				08539 (CAC s/n 1323, Hull #1483) 
				08540 (CAC s/n 1324, Hull #1484) (VP-72) forced down by AAA damage Jaluit Jan 12, 1944.  Crew rescued 2 days later.
				08541 (CAC s/n 1325, Hull #1485) (VP-72) broke away from its mooring buoy and washed ashore at Funafuti Dec 10, 1943.  SOC and scavenged.
				08542 (CAC s/n 1326, Hull #1486) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV928.  Hit by flak from U-boat
					Jul 17, 1944.  Returned to Sullom Voe but found DBR
				08543 (CAC s/n 1327, Hull #1487) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV929.  Hit by flak from U-boat
					Jul 18, 1944.  Returned to Sullom Voe but found DBR
				08544 (CAC s/n 1328, Hull #1488) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV930.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08545 (CAC s/n 1329, Hull #1489) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV931.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08546 (CAC s/n 1330, Hull #1490) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV932.  SOC Mar 26, 1947.
				08547 (CAC s/n 1331, Hull #1491) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV933.  Sold as scrap Mar 10, 1947
				08548 (CAC s/n 1332, Hull #1491) to RAF as Catalina IVA JV934.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
				08549 (CAC s/n 1333, Hull #1492) 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 08550) 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.
				JS690 (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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				08800 (VF-1) from Kaneohe lost off Hawaii Oct 26, 1943
				08806 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Kavieng in South Pacific Jan 1, 1944
				08811 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 16, 1943
				08814 (VF-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Formosa Oct 8, 1944
				08821 (VF-100) from Barbers Point lost off Hawaii Mar 25, 1944
				08824 assigned to COMFAIRTU lost in South Pacific Apr 25, 1944.
				08825 (MSN A-212) became N4965V.  Crashed at Canby, OR Jun 12, 1977,
					killing the pilot
				08828 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Wake Oct 5, 1943
				08829 assigned to NAS Barbers Point lost off Hawaii Aug 17, 1944
				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.
				08834 (VF-22) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Nov 11, 1943.
				08838 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				08846 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Bititu in central Pacific Nov 19, 1943
				08847 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Hawaiil Dec 28, 1943
				08849 (VF-6) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Wake Oct 6, 1943
				08853 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Wake Oct 5, 1943
				08854 (VT-12) attache to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Aug 25, 1943
				08855 (VF-40) from Vella Lavella lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jan 14, 1944
				08856 (VF-3) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Jul 12, 1943
				08859 (VF-6) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				08864 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost in north Atlantic Oct 3, 1943
				08876 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost of Noumea in South Pacific Oct 12, 1943
				08879 (VF-100) from Barbers Point lost off Hawaii Jun 30, 1944
				08881 assigned to COMAIRPAC lost off Hawaii Jul 31, 1943
				08884 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Buka in South Pacific Nov 1, 1943
				08891 (VC-16) lost in South Pacific Jun 29, 1943
				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.
				08904 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Wake Oct 6, 1943
				08905 (VF-18) from Hilo lost off Hawaii May 30, 1944
				08914 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Wake Oct 6, 1943
				08915 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Tarawa Sep 18, 1943
				08919 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Mille in central Pacific Mar 18, 1944
				08921 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost of Kwajalein in central Pacific Dec 4, 1943
				08926 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Admiralties in southwest Pacific Mar 31, 1944
				08928 (VBF-16) attached to USS Bonne Homme Richard (CV-31) lost off Costa Rica Mar 24, 1945
				08929 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Mille in central Pacific Nov 21, 1943
				08930 (VF-6) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				08934 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Saipan May 3, 1944
				08936 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Dec 4, 1943
				08939 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Mille in central Pacific Nov 22, 1943
				08940 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Mille in central Pacific Nov 21, 1943
				08942 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Kwajalein Dec 4, 1943
				08943 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Wake Oct 15, 1943
				08944 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				08945 (VF(N)-76) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan Feb 22, 1944
				08946 (VF-24) lost off Hawaii Aug 25, 1943
				08947 (VF-100) from Barbers Point lost off Hawaii Aug 31, 1944
				08953 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 16, 1943
				08954/08963 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN350/FN359
					FN351 (08955) damaged as a result of incident at trincomalee Jul 14, 145 when undercarriage
						faild to lower.
					FN353 (08957) noted May 1946 on dump at Gosport
					FN358 (08962) severely damaged during heavy landing on HMS Emperor Apr 26, 1944 and remains
						dumped overboard
				08967 assigned to COMAIRSOPAC lost off Guadalcanal Apr 30, 1944
				08970 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost of Nouea in South Pacific Aug 26, 1943
				08977 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Wake Oct 6, 1943
				08979 (VF-33) from Munda lost off Ballale in South Pacific Sep 14, 1943
				08982 (VF-120 attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost of Noumea in South Pacific Oct 12, 1943
				08984 (VF-26) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				08986 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				08990 (VF-22) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Tarawa in central Pacific Nov 20, 1943
				08991 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Nauruin in central Pacific Nov 15, 1943
				08992 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Kwajalein Jan 22, 1944
				08993 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost Noumea in South Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				08995 (VC-22) attaced to USS Independence (CV-22) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1943
				08996 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Truk Feb 16, 1944
				08997 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Mar 6, 1945
				09000 (VF-38) from Segi lost off Bougainville in South Pacific Nov 3, 1943
				09001 (VF-1) from Kaneohe lost off Hawaii Mar 6, 1944
				09005 (VF-40) from Vella Lavella lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Jan 1, 1944
				09006 (VF-33) lost off Munda in South Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				09009 assigned to POOL Espiritu Santo in South Pacific May 1, 1944
				09011 (VF-34) lost off Pallikulo in South Pacific Mar 17, 1944
				09012 (VF-34) lost off New Britain in South Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				09015 (VF-33) lost in South Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				09017 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in south Pacific Aug 28, 1943
				09018 (VF-3) from Munda lost in South Pacific Aug 31, 1943
				09020 (VF-33) lost i South Pacific Oct 20, 1943
				09021 (VF-33) from Kahilli lost in South Pacific Oct 20, 1943
				09022 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Noumea in South Pacific Oct 1, 1943
				09024 (VF-33) from Munda lost off Baaliate in South Pacific Sep 14, 1943
				09025 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Nov 8, 1943
				09026 w/o 1 Feb 1944      Landing on "USS Casablanca" off Smith Island     Pilot lost
				09027 (VF-33) from Ondonga lost off Cape St George in south Pacific Jan 7, 1944
				09028 (VF-33) from Ondonga lost off Rabaul in South Pacific Dec 24, 1943
				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 (MSN 1930) was at NAS Oceana, Virginia.  On Oct 12, 2018 was at Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum,
					New York, NY getting restored and repainted.
				09103 (MSN 1931) in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Came from a junkyard
					at Fairless Hills, PA
				09107 converted to XBT2D-1W, then to XAD-1W
				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.
				09109 converted to XBT2D-1Q
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.
				09170 (VF-54) ditched off NAS San Diego, CA 4/3/1951.  Pilot OK.
				09195 converted to AD-2 standards.
				09196 (VA-29) in hard landing at NAS Pensacola, FL
					1/12/1951.  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
				Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				09407 assigned to FAW-16 Recife lost off Brazil Jun 25, 1945
				09410 (VS-1) in North Atlantic Feb 28, 1943
				09425 assigned to SOSU-1 lost off Hawaii Feb 8, 1944
				09439 (VS-82) in North Atlantic Sep 23, 1943
				09441 (CL-89) lost off deck of USS Miami (CL-89) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				09443 assigned to ACORN-30 POOL lost of Jinamoc in Philippines Jun 22, 1945
				09453 (VS-40) lost in North Atlantic Jun 22, 1943
				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.
				09463 (VO-5) attached to USS Texas (BB-35) lost off Okinawa Apr 27, 1945
				09471 (VS-2, Det 15) Coco Solo lost in central Atlantic Nov 24, 1942
				09474 assigned to POOL San Juan lost at San Juan Aug 7, 1945
				09476 (CA-69) assigned to USS Boston (CA-69) lost in north Atlantic Aug 31, 1943
				09480 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				09490 (BB-56) attached to USS Washington (BB-56) lost off Iwo Jima Mar 5, 1945
				09492 (CA-68) attached to USS Baltimore (CA-68) lost off Okinawa Jan 22, 1945
				09495 (VO-6) attached to USS North Carolina (BB-55) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				09496 assigned to ACORN-30 POOL lost off Jinamoc in Philippines Jun 2, 1945
				09498 (BB-35) sttached to USS Texas (BB-35) lost off Okinawa May 11, 1943
				09505 (CL-8) attached to USS Detroit OCL-3) in west central Pacific Mar 24, 1945
				09507 (CL-60) attached to USS Santa Fe (CL-60) lost Ulithi in Philippines Dec 13, 1944
				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.  Attached to USS New York (BB-34) lost off Saipan Feb 16, 1945
					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.  Attached to USS Pasadena (CL-65) lost off Luzon in
						Philippines Jan 21, 1945
					FN721 (09554) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  To VCS-2 attached to USS Cincinnati (CL-6) lost off
						Recife, Brail Nov 23, 1944
					FN722 (09555) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  Attached to USS Winconsin (BB-64) lost off Trinidad Jul 21, 1944
					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.  to VCS-14 attached to USS Houston (CL-81) lost west of Pagan
						in central Pacific  Jun 10, 1944
					FN737 (09570) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN738 (09571) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN739 (09572) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  to VSC-14 attached to USS Houston (CL-81) lost off Marshalls 
						in central Pacific May 29, 1944
					FN740 (09573) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  Attached to USS Cincinnatti (CL-6) in south Atlantic Feb 18, 1945.
					FN741 (09574) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN742 (09575) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN743 (09576) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  Assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
					FN744 (09577) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  assigned to COMAIRPAC lost off Hawaii May 31, 1945
					FN745 (09578) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN746 (09579) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
					FN747 (09580) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  Assigned to AA Guam lost off Guam Feb 8, 1945
					FN748 (09581) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943.  Attached to USS Astoria (CL-90) lost off Luzon in
						Philippines Dec 28, 1944
					FN749 (09582) returned to USN Oct 1, 1943
				09588 (CL-87) attached to USS Duluth (CL-87) lost off Trinidad Oct 17, 1944
				09593 attached to USS North Carolina (BB-55) lost Aug 10, 1945
				09596 attached to USS akassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Feb 10, 1945
				09604 attached to USS Baltimore (CA-68) lost off Okinawa Jun 6, 1945
				09606 assigned to CASU(F)-12 lost Guam Jun 6, 1945
				09609 assigned to AA Kodiak lost off Alaska Jan 2, 1943
				09610 (VJ-16) from Coco Solo lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Apr 27, 1945
				09611 (VS-48) lost off Alaska May 25, 1944
				09620 assigned to POOL San Juan lost off San Juan Aug 7, 1945
				09630 from Dutch Harbor lost of Alaska Mar 9, 1943
				09631 (VC-70) lost in north Pacific Jun 30, 1943
				09634 attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Sitka Sep 14, 1942
				09636 assigned to CASU(F)-12 lost off Guam Jun 28, 1945
				09639 (VJ-16) from Coco Solo lost off Coco Solo Apr 27, 1945
				09652 (CA-71) atached to USS Quincy (CA-71) lost Jul 20, 1945
				09658 attached to USS Indiana (BB-58) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 5, 1945
				09660 (VO-2) attached to USS California (BB-44) lost off Marianas in central Pacific May 7, 1944
				09662 assigned to ACORN-30 Poollost off Jinamoc in Philippines Jun 9, 1945
				09663 (VO-2) attached to USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) lost off Kwajalein Jan 31, 1944
				09664 (CL-7) attached to USS Raleigh (CL-7) lost off Aleutians Nov 28, 1943
				09668 (VO-2) attached to USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) lost off Eniwetok Feb 17, 1944
				09669 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor lost off Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				09670 (VO-3) attached to USS Idaho (BB-42) lost E of Australia Apr 28, 1944
				09671 attached to USS Tennessee (BB-43) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Mary 31, 1945.  Scrapped off deck
				09672 w/o 12 Mar 1944   crashed 8 miles W. of Willapa Bay, WA   Both crew lost
				09675 attached to USS Vincennes (CL-64) lost off Okinawa Jun 2, 1945
				09676 attached to USS Massachusetts (BB-59) lost off Okinawa Apr 30, 1945
				09678 (VS-56) lost in central Atlantic Apr 28, 1943
				09679 attached to USS Salt Lake City (CA-25) lost off Iwo Jima Mar 6, 1945
				09680 (VS-49) from Dutch Harbor lost off Alsaka Apr 4, 1944
				09683 attached to USS Salt Lake City (CA-25) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific apr 21, 1944
				09686 attached to USS Baltimore (CA-68) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 19, 1944
				09687 lost off Port Armstrong in north Pacific Dec 22, 1941
				09688 from Sitka lost off Alaska Dec 23, 1942
				09689 (VCS-13) attached to USS Mobile (CL-63) lost off Kwajalein Feb 1, 1944
				09691 (VS-66) in South Pacific Jun 17, 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.  12/9/40: Beech factory roll-out as a civilian model B18S, which was 
				the last civil delivery prior to Beech 18 production going to military orders for duration of WWII.  
				12/18/40: Evening News Publishing Company, Dayton, OH, with c/r NC1040.  
				2/9/42: Registration taken over by the Defense Supplies Corporation, Washington, DC, when it was 
				impressed for military duty.
				2/10/42: to US Navy as JRB-2 BuNo 09771, and assigned to the Commanding General of the Marine Corps 
				at Quantico, VA.  During the war it also served with the Marines at NAS San Diego, CA, with Marine 
				Aircraft Groups 15 and 35.  
				Following WWII, it served at NAS Corpus Christi, TX, NAS Alameda, CA, and NAS Anacostia, DC.  
				1948: Placed in storage. 
				1950: Reactivated with the Marines at MCAS Cherry Point, NC. 
				May 1953: Remanufactured as SNB-5P MSN N975), and then served at NAS Willow Grove, PA, NAS Glenview, IL, 
				NAS Atlanta, GA, and NAS Pensacola, FL.  Its last unit was the Naval Air Technical Training Unit at 
				Pensacola.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  The plane was transferred to the National Naval Aviation 
				Museum on 29 June 1972.  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.  Assigned to NAS Palmyra, lsot in eact central Pacific
					Jul 31, 1944
09783			Waco YKS-6 
				Assigned to NAS Sitka, lost off Sitka May 4 1943
09784			Waco YKS-7 
				Assigned to NAS Sitka, lost off Alaska Oct 31, 1944
09785			Bellanca CH400 
				Miscellaneous acquisition.  Aircraft lost in north Pacific Jan 12, 1943
09786			Stinson Model SM 
				Miscellaneous acquisition.  Assigned to NA Sitka, Alaska lost in north Pacific Oct 31, 1944
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
				09791 assigned to NAS Ewa lost off Hawaii Sep 4, 1944
				09795 assigned to NAS Barbers Point lost off Hawaii Sep 9, 1944
09798/09799		Stinson GQ-1  
				Miscellaneous acquisition
09800			Beech GB-1 Traveller 
				Impressed Model F17D, MSN 308, NC20770.  Assigned to NAS Coco Solo and lost in north Atlantic Jun 1, 1944
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)
					09817 (MSN 88-9332) 
					09818 (MSN 88-9333) Registered 1948 as NC9355H; N9355H. Spartan Aero Repair,
						 Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled 4Jun52 on export to Israel [Export C of A issued 9May52]. 
						Government of Israel Supply Mission 9May52.
						To Israeli Defense Force Air Force
					09819 (MSN 88-9334) 
					09820 (MSN 88-9335) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 16Apr46. Registered 7Jun46 as NC323; 
						cancelled 14Jul48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 3Jun48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1306
					09821 (MSN 88-9336) 
					09822 (MSN 88-9337) 
					09823 (MSN 88-9338) Registered 1946 as NC60350; cancelled. 
					09824 (MSN 88-9339) 
					09825 (MSN 88-9340) Registered 1946 as NC60740; cancelled
					09826 (MSN 88-9341) Registered 1946 as NC55794. Palmetto Air School, 
						Callaway Field, LaGrange GA. Registered as N55794; cancelled 16Jan52
					09827 (MSN 88-9342) 
					09828 (MSN 88-9343) 
					09829 (MSN 88-9344) North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1947. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 4Mar48 as 0216. 
						Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-202
					09830 (MSN 88-9345) 
					09831 (MSN 88-9346) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 24Jul46. Registered as NC297. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 13Jul48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1307. 
					09832 (MSN 88-9347) 
					09833 (MSN 88-9348) Registered 9May46 as NC52859; cancelled 2May49. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 5Apr49. Military export
					09834 (MSN 88-9349) 
					09835 (MSN 88-9350) 
					09836 (MSN 88-9351) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 12Jul46. Registered as NC318. 
						Returned to US Navy 4Jun48. Registered as N9589C. Modified as single-seat tanker; Tanker #8. 
						Destroyed by fire when ground looped and collided with trees trying to take-off at Wulff Harbor, 
						Gravois Mills, MO 25Jun78 (1 fatality). Registration cancelled. Registered 2Nov94 as N9589C; 
						current [Sep19]. 
					09837 (MSN 88-9352) To South African Air Force; stored, no active service. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1979 as 0111(2). 
						Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, 
						Asunción. Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. WFU 1989. Purchased at auction, 
						Asunción, Paraguay 9Feb91. World Wide Aeronautical Industries, CA. 
						Shipped to USA, arrived dismantled, Santa Paula, CA Sep91. Registered as N3172N; 
						cancelled 10Jun94 on export to Australia. Registration VH-ZRO assigned 1994; 
						not taken up. Registered 6Feb02 as VH-NAG; current [May18]. 
					09838 (MSN 88-9353) Registered 1955 as YV-P-APH 
					09839 (MSN 88-9354) Registered 1946 as NC69186; N69186. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-46/93
					09840 (MSN 88-9355) 
					09841 (MSN 88-9356) Registered as NC1607M; cancelled 22Mar48 on export to Honduras. 
						Charles E Mathews y Cia., Miami, FL. Ferried to Tegucigalpa, Honduras 27Nov47. 
						To Honduras Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 27Nov47 as 203-C, later 203. 
						Crashed at Agua Dulce, Siguatepeque, Honduras 1Nov55 (1KIS). 
					09842 (MSN 88-9357) 
					09843 (MSN 88-9358) 
					09844 (MSN 88-9359) Registered 1946 as NC67567; N67567; cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 26Feb52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7642. 
						Crashed when it suffered engine failure after take-off 24Jun66
					09845 (MSN 88-9360) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 15May47 as 1419. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 1o  Esquadrão Misto de Reconhecimento e Ataque, 
						Base Aérea de Belém, PA. 1o  Esquadrão, 4º Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea de Fortaleza, CE. 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 6Mar75.
						Registered 9Jan76 as PT-KTH. Serrana S A de Aviacao Agricola, Santos, SP. 
						Modified for agricultural use. Registration cancelled 1987..
					09846 (MSN 88-9361) Registered 1946 as NC66844; cancelled. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.28Dec48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					09847 (MSN 88-9362) 
					09848 (MSN 88-9363) 
					09849 (MSN 88-9364) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jul47 as 1430. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Parque de Material Aeronáutico dos Afonsos, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC 4Mar63
					09850 (MSN 88-9365) Registered 1946 as NC66729; N66729. Aircraft Sales Ltd, 
						Los Angeles, CA. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					09851 (MSN 88-9366) 
					09852 (MSN 88-9367) 
					09853 (MSN 88-9368) 
					09854 (MSN 88-9369) to civil registry in 1946 as NC58586. Cancelled
					09855 (MSN 88-9370) 
					09856 (MSN 88-9371) Registered 1946 as NC64446. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, 
						Denver, CO 1946. Washington Skyways, Wenatchee WA 24Sep47. Registration cancelled
					09857 (MSN 88-9372) 
					09858 (MSN 88-9373) Registered 1946 as NC67565; N67565. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC. 
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952
					09859 (MSN 88-9374) Registered 24Aug48 as NC1188N; cancelled 11Jan49 on export to Colombia. 
						Dallas Aero Service, Dallas, TX. 
						To Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Colombiana c.28Dec48 as 753
					09860 (MSN 88-9375) 
					09861 (MSN 88-9376) 
					09862 (MSN 88-9377) 
					09863 (MSN 88-9378) 
					09864 (MSN 88-9379) 
					09865 (MSN 88-9380) assigned to NAS No 28 POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii, lost at Hawaii Apr 27, 1945
					09866 (MSN 88-9381) 
					09867 (MSN 88-9382) Registered 1946 as NC67001; N67001. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.16Nov48. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1951 as F8-126/94 in 1951
					09868 (MSN 88-9383) 
					09869 (MSN 88-9384) 
					09870 (MSN 88-9385) 
					09871 (MSN 88-9386) 
					09872 (MSN 88-9387) assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Oahu, THlost off Hawaii May 31, 1945
					09873 (MSN 88-9388) 
					09874 (MSN 88-9389) Registered as NC10596; N10596; cancelled 17Sep59.
					09875 (MSN 88-9390) assigned to CASU-4 attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Hawaii Apr 1, 1945.
					09876 (MSN 88-9390) 
					09877 (MSN 88-9390) 
					09878 (MSN 88-9390) 
					09879 (MSN 88-9390) 
					09880 (MSN 88-9390) 
					09881 (MSN 88-9396) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 4Sep46. Registered 2Oct47 as NC289; 
						cancelled 9Jun48. Returned to US Navy 4Jun48.
					09882 (MSN 88-9397) 
					09883 (MSN 88-9398) 
					09884 (MSN 88-9399) 
					09885 (MSN 88-9400) 
					09886 (MSN 88-9401) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 24May46. Registered as NC291; 
						cancelled 20Apr48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 6Apr48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1308. 
					09887 (MSN 88-9402) Registered as NC60933; N60933; cancelled 2Mar71. Trade-Ayer Inc., 
						Linden, NJ 1948. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16292. 
						F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 12Oct53. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1957 as 0397. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento 
						Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-206. 
						Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-206. 
						Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 1966. Registered as N60933; cancelled 2Mar71
					09888 (MSN 88-9402) 
					09889 (MSN 88-9402) 
					09890 (MSN 88-9402) 
					09891 (MSN 88-9406) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 16May46. Registered 6Jun46 as NC373; 
						cancelled 9Jun48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 19May48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1309
					09892 (MSN 88-9407)
					09893 (MSN 88-9408) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC. Registered as NC270. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. 
						Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1310
					09894 (MSN 88-9409)
					09895 (MSN 88-9410) Registered as NC66154. Southern Aircraft Sales & Export Co, 
						Miami FL. 1946. Registered as N66154. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16289. 
						F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 1Sep53. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0438. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-236. 
					09896 (MSN 88-9411) 
					09897 (MSN 88-9412) 
					09898 (MSN 88-9413) 
					09899 (MSN 88-9414) 
					09900 (MSN 88-9415) 
					09901 (MSN 88-9416) 
					09902 (MSN 88-9417) 
					09903 (MSN 88-9418) 
					09904 (MSN 88-9419) North Island NAS, San Diego, CA. Code JM-13. SOC 1961. Registered 1963 
						as N6063C. Displayed with the 'National City Air Force'. Reregistered 13Sep68 as N211RF. 
						Registered to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, 20Jul17; current [Sep19]. 
						Exhibited at the Ghost Squadron, Central Texas Wing Commemorative Air Force, San Marcos, TX
					09905 (MSN 88-9420) to French Navy / Aéronavale as 09905. Escadrille 56.S [code 56.S- 42], 
						Base Aéronavale Khouribga, French Morocco. Accident with SNJ-4 26770 at Khouribga 17Sep56.
					09906 (MSN 88-9421) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy / Dirección General de Aviación Naval Jan47 as 0206. Renamed as 
						Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base 
						Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-218. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-7. 
						Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 1-E-226. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code EAN-226. WFU 1969. Escuela Naval Militar, Ensenada, Buenos Aires for display 
						Marked as code EAN-002.
						Conflict:
						Registered 10Nov05 as N512SE as a North American-Victoria AT-6A with MSN JS 88-9421; 
						current [Oct19]. Restoration project at Victoria, BC; first flight 2006. Operated by Historic Flight 
						Foundation, Paine Field, Seattle, WA. Damaged when the tail wheel unlocked and the aircraft 
						ground looped landing at Spokane, WA 3Aug06. 
					09907 (MSN 88-9422) to civil registry in 1946 as NC75208, N75208; cancelled 25Mar52.
					09908 (MSN 88-9423) to civil registry in 1946 as  NC58587; cancelled
					09909 (MSN 88-9424) 
					09910 (MSN 88-9425) 
					09911 (MSN 88-9426) 
					09912 (MSN 88-9427) Registered 1956 as N7033C; current [Oct19]. 
					09913 (MSN 88-9428) Registered 1946 as NC80469; NX80469; N80469. Registered 9Jul51 
						to United Nations Engineering and Export Corporation, Washington, DC. Registration cancelled 
						18Feb52 on export to Iraq [Export C of A issued 30Jan52]. 
						To Royal Iraqi Air Force 30Jan52.
					09914 (MSN 88-9429) 
					09915 (MSN 88-9430) Registered 1946 as NC75400; N75400; cancelled 5Nov52 on export to Sweden. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York 1946. Exported to Sweden 3Jan51. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16263. F 12 Wing, 
						KalMar 9Mar53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0401. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque 
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; code 5-A-2. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra 
						Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-331
					09916 (MSN 88-9431) 
					09917 (MSN 88-9432) 
					09918 (MSN 88-9433) Registered 1946 as NC75470; cancelled 9Feb49 on export to the Philippines. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Government of the Republic of the 
						Philippines 2Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					09919 (MSN 88-9434) 
					09920 (MSN 88-9435) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jul47 as 1435. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico 
						do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 10Jan74  
					09921 (MSN 88-9436) 
					09922 (MSN 88-9437) Registered 1948 as NC5286N; N5286N. Crashed and destroyed at Barnes 
						Municipal (BAF), Westfield, MA 3Jun83 when the aircraft lost altitude on a 4-point roll waiver 
						demonstration flight, the right wing hitting the ground and cart wheeled [pilot killed]. 
						Registered to Tan Air Industries 7Jan84; cancelled 27Oct14.
					09923 (MSN 88-9438) Registered as NC41827; N41827; cancelled 12Jan71. Registered 18Nov55 to 
						Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ. Modified by Wright Aeronautical Corporation as a test bed with a 
						Wright Cyclone 7 engine being developed for the NAA T-28 Trojan.
					09924 (MSN 88-9439)
					09925 (MSN 88-9440) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC Sep46. Registered 26Sep46 as NC366; cancelled 4Aug48. Returned to US Navy 3Aug48
					09926 (MSN 88-9441)
					09927 (MSN 88-9442)
					09928 (MSN 88-9443)
					09929 (MSN 88-9444) Registered 1946 as NC67142. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16256. 
						F 16 Wing, Uppsala 14Jan53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					09930 (MSN 88-9445) Registered 1946 as NC58271. Thor Solberg, Somerville, NJ. 
						Registered as N58271; cancelled. Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 1952
					09931 (MSN 88-9446) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Registered as NC292. Returned to US Navy. 
						Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1311
					09932 (MSN 88-9447) 
					09933 (MSN 88-9448) Registered as NC58505; N58505; cancelled 26Jul50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 22Mar49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					09934 (MSN 88-9449) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 12Sep46. Registered as NC364; 
						cancelled 14Jul48. [NC364 may be BuAer 09989]. Returned to US Navy 2Jun48
					09935 (MSN 88-9450) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 18Sep46. Registered as NC367. 
						Returned to US Navy 4Jun48. Registered as N2838D. Registered 1963 as N101X. 
						Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped and the landing gear collapsed 
						landing at Georgetown, TX 5Sep71. Registered to Confederate Air Force 1986. 
						Damaged when the aircraft nosed over during taxying when the pilot stopped to 
						unlock the tail wheel and a gust of wind lifted the tail at Corpus Christi, TX 15Sep87. 
						Registered to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX, 10Sep91, current [Sep19]
					09936 (MSN 88-9451) 
					09937 (MSN 88-9452) 
					09938 (MSN 88-9453) 
					09939 (MSN 88-9454) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 24Jun46. Registered 13Sep46 as NC376; 
						cancelled 10Jun48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 20May48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1312
					09940 (MSN 88-9455) 
					09941 (MSN 88-9456) 
					09942 (MSN 88-9457) 
					09943 (MSN 88-9458) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 16Mar48 as 1477. Esquadrão Misto de Instrução 
						do Curso de Tática Aérea, Base Aérea de São Paulo, SP. Crashed on a farm at Taiuva, SP 22Mar52 (1KIS:1INJ). SOC 10Dec52
					09944 (MSN 88-9459) to Hondoran AF AS 205-C, later 205
					09945 (MSN 88-9460) 
					09946 (MSN 88-9461) 
					09947 (MSN 88-9462) Registered 1948 as NC4492N; N4492N; cancelled 2Nov55
					09948 (MSN 88-9463) 
					09949 (MSN 88-9464) 
					09950 (MSN 88-9465) Registered 1946 as NC64353. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, 
						Denver, CO 1946. Registered as N64353. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Gifted by Spartan Aero to General Gardenas, Officer Commanding Fuerza Aérea Mexicana. 
						Government of México. 
						To Mexican Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 11Jan51 as EAN-809
					09951 (MSN 88-9466) Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. 
						To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-8/91
					09952 (MSN 88-9467) Registered 1946 as NC75446; N75446; cancelled 23Aug49 on 
						export to Pakistan. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					09953 (MSN 88-9468) Registered 1946 as XB-FUO to Líneas Aéreas Mexicanas, S. A. (LAMSA), 
						México as their ‘Miniliner’.
					09954 (MSN 88-9469) 
					09955 (MSN 88-9470) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 15May47 as 1426. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Accident at Nova Iguaçu, RJ 31Jul47
					09956 (MSN 88-9471) Registered 1948 as NC1213N; N1213N. Registered 20May49 to 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA. Registration cancelled 26Jul50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					09957 (MSN 88-9472) Registered as NC75449; cancelled 9Feb49 on export to the Philippines. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Government of the Republic 
						of the Philippines 2Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas as 09957
					09958 (MSN 88-9473) Registered as NC65559; N65559; cancelled
					09959 (MSN 88-9474)  based at NAS Corpus Christi, crashed in Gulf of Mexico Dec 24, 1944, 
						training mission, both Aviation Cadets aboard killed.
					09960 (MSN 88-9475)  
					09961 (MSN 88-9476) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 10Jul46. Registered as NC296; 
						cancelled 14Jul48. Returned to US Navy
					09962 (MSN 88-9477) 
					09963 (MSN 88-9478) 
				09964/10053 MSN 88-9523/9612	(90)
					09964 (MSN 88-9523) 
					09965 (MSN 88-9524) NAS No 29, Keehi Lagoon, Honolulu, Oahu, TH.  Lost off Hawaii Apr 21, 1945
					09966 (MSN 88-9525) 
					09967 (MSN 88-9526) to civil registry in 1946 as NC59696.  To Royal Pakistan AF
					09968 (MSN 88-9527) 
					09969 (MSN 88-9528) 
					09970 (MSN 88-9529) 
					09971 (MSN 88-9530) to civil registry in 1946 as NC65399.  North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 13Oct48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					09972 (MSN 88-9531) to civil registry in 1946 as NC67062. Cancelled
					09973 (MSN 88-9532) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 26Nov47 as 1488. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
					09974 (MSN 88-9533) Registered 1946 as NC69225; N69225. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV 
						(Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16283. 
						F 11 Wing, Nyköping 7Jul53. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1957 as 0406. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-234.
					09975 (MSN 88-9534) Registered 1946 as NC70069. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 12Aug49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					09976 (MSN 88-9535)
					09977 (MSN 88-9536)
					09978 (MSN 88-9537) Registered 20Jun47 as NC1071M; N1071M; cancelled 26Feb52. 
					09979 (MSN 88-9538) 
					09980 (MSN 88-9539) 
					09981 (MSN 88-9540) 
					09982 (MSN 88-9541) 
					09983 (MSN 88-9542) (VN4D8 Pensacola NAS, FL) entered inverted spin and crashed during 
						night flying training Dec 18, 1943.  Both Royal Navy crew killed.
					09984 (MSN 88-9543) Registered 1946 as NC69677; cancelled 11Feb49. Scrapped
					09985 (MSN 88-9544) Registered 1946 as NX55941. Falcon Airways, Reidsville, NC. Raced in 
						National Air Races at Cleveland, OH 1948 by Helen Mc Bride as race #91, sponsored by 
						Standard Oil of Ohio; standard SNJ configuration. Raced in National Air Races at 
						Cleveland, OH 1949 as ‘Mike; modified to single-seat racer configuration. Reregistered N55941. 
						Withdrawn from use, open storage 1963-1974. Modified as single-seat agricultural sprayer, 
						Greensboro, NC 1974-1977. Flown as a Zero replica 1985. Sale reported 27Feb12, registration 
						cancelled 23Aug13. Restored 9Jun16 as N55941, current [Sep19]. 
					09986 (MSN 88-9545) 
					09987 (MSN 88-9546) 
					09988 (MSN 88-9547) 
					09989 (MSN 88-9548) to civil registry as NC364 (may be Buno 09934)
					09990 (MSN 88-9549) Registered 1946 as NC59666. Charles E Mathews y Cia., Miami, FL. 
						Ferried to Tegucigalpa, Honduras 27Nov47. 
						To Honduras Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 27Nov47 as 205-C, later 205. 
						Modified to T-6G standard Apr57. Crash landed after engine failure at Tegucigalpa 1969. 
						WFU 21Oct80. Exhibited near Headquarters of the Fuerza Aérea Hondureña, Toncontin AB. 
						Exhibited at Museo del Aíre de Honduras, Toncontin AB, Tegucigalpa 1999
					09991 (MSN 88-9550) Registered 1946 as NC64354; N64354. William C. Wold Associates, 
						New York, NY. Italian Air Ministry 16Mar50. 
						To Italian Air Force/Aeronautica Militare Italiana
					09992 (MSN 88-9551) Accepted by US Navy 1Aug42. Registered 1948 as NC5287N; N5287N; 
						current [Aug19]. Damaged when ground looped and landing gear collapsed at Painesville, OH 6May79. 
						Modified with geared R1340-61, three-bladed propeller, tail hook and nose gun. Damaged shortly 
						after take-off from Sedona, AZ 21Sep01. A counterweight bolt on the propeller broke, allowing 
						one blade to go to full course pitch while the remaining two blades remained at flat pitch, 
						causing a severe vibration and loss of thrust. Pilot turned back to the airport and was able to 
						make the runway. The aircraft contacted the runway with the gear still in transit causing the 
						aircraft to bounce back into the air. It also caused a swerve to the right. With the bounce, 
						the gear locked down and the pilot was able to keep the aircraft straight and the tail down, 
						but lacking thrust, he could not regain the runway. The aircraft went off, crossed the taxiway, 
						continuing on the ground, striking a tree and a post doing damage to the leading edges and 
						tips of both of the wings. 
						Conflict:
						Previous owner reports aircraft as BuAer 09996
						NTSB accident report 6May79 quotes registration as N5278N 
					09993 (MSN 88-9552) 
					09994 (MSN 88-9553) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 12Sep46. Registered as NC386; cancelled 28Jan47. 
						Registered 1Oct47 as NC384 to the Civil Aeronautics Administration; cancelled 9Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1313
					09995 (MSN 88-9554) 
					09996 (MSN 88-9555) 
					09997 (MSN 88-9556) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 23Sep46. Registered as NC365. 
						Returned to US Navy 4Jun48. Registered 1963 as N9565C; cancelled 20Apr72. 
						Cloud Modification Service Inc, Minot, ND 1963. Restricted C of A issued for 
						weather control flights; used for seeding clouds
					09998 (MSN 88-9557) 	
					09999 (MSN 88-9558) to Honduras AF as FAH 205
					10000 (MSN 88-9559) 
					10001 (MSN 88-9560) to civil registry as NC52864.  Cancelled
					10002 (MSN 88-9561) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 13Sep46. Registered 5Nov46 as NC387; 
						cancelled 15Jul48. Returned to US Navy. 
					10003 (MSN 88-9562) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 27Jun46. Registered 2Jul46 as NC317; 
						cancelled 14Jul48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 4Jun48. 
						Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1314
					10004 (MSN 88-9563) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 5Jun46. Registered 15Nov46 as NC272; cancelled 14Jul48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. 
					10005 (MSN 88-9564) . 
					10006 (MSN 88-9565) 
					10007 (MSN 88-9566) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 22Sep47 as 1463. Base Aérea de 
						Porto Alegre, RS. Ditched in the Rio Caí, RS 13Nov47
					10008 (MSN 88-9567) Registered 1946 as NC65218; N65218. Registered 28Aug52 to 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 6Jun65
					10009 (MSN 88-9568)
					10010 (MSN 88-9569) 
					10011 (MSN 88-9570)  
					10012 (MSN 88-9571) Registered 1946 as NC58597; N58597; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 8Apr49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					10013 (MSN 88-9572) 
					10014 (MSN 88-9573) 
					10015 (MSN 88-9574) to civil registry in 1946 as NC61951.  Cancelled
					10016 (MSN 88-9575) Registered 1946 as NC64622; N64622; cancelled 6Dec49. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 28Oct49. Exported
					10017 (MSN 88-9576) Registered 1948 as NC4804N. Dallas Aero Service, Dallas, TX. 
						To Colombian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Colombiana c.28Dec48 as 757
					10018 (MSN 88-9577) 
					10019 (MSN 88-9578) Registered 1946 as NC75135; N75135; cancelled 7Sep49. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-47/93
					10020 (MSN 88-9579) Registered 1946 as NC75401; cancelled 14Jan49 on export to Colombia. 
						Dallas Aero Service, Dallas, TX.
						To Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Colombiana c.28Dec48 as 754
					10021 (MSN 88-9580) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Mar47 as 1403. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Parque de Material Aeronáutico dos Afonsos, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC 15Sep76. Registered 1982 as PT-KVD; cancelled as destroyed Jun89.
					10022 (MSN 88-9581) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 16May46. Registered as NC305. Returned to US Navy
					10023 (MSN 88-9582) 
					10024 (MSN 88-9583) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 3Jul46. Registered 6Sep46 as NC378; cancelled 2Jun48. Returned to US Navy
					10025 (MSN 88-9584)
					10026 (MSN 88-9585)
					10027 (MSN 88-9586)
					10028 (MSN 88-9587)
					10029 (MSN 88-9588) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force Força Aérea Brasileira 16Mar48 as 1476. Esquadrão Misto de Instrução do 
						Curso de Tática Aérea, Base Aérea de São Paulo, SP. 1º Esquadrões de Reconhecimento e Ataque, 
						Base Aérea de Canoas, Porto Alegre, RS. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 6Mar75
					10030 (MSN 88-9589) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 23Apr46. Registered 27May46 as NC340; cancelled 9Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy 26May48
					10031 (MSN 88-9590) 
					10032 (MSN 88-9591) Registered 1946 as NC66119; N66119. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16268. 
						F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 11Mar53. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. 
						SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación 
						Naval 1957 as 0405. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 5; code 5-A-6. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
						Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-335. 
					10033 (MSN 88-9592) 
					10034 (MSN 88-9593) 
					10035 (MSN 88-9594) 
					10036 (MSN 88-9595) 
					10037 (MSN 88-9596) 
					10038 (MSN 88-9597) 
					10039 (MSN 88-9598) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 10Apr46. Registered 5Apr46 as NC252; cancelled 23Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 24May48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1317
					10040 (MSN 88-9599) 
					10041 (MSN 88-9600) 
					10042 (MSN 88-9601) 
					10043 (MSN 88-9602) 
					10044 (MSN 88-9603) 
					10045 (MSN 88-9604) Registered 1946 as NC69145; N69145. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Government of Israel Supply Mission. 
						To Israeli Defense Force Air Force
					10046 (MSN 88-9605) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973. 
					10047 (MSN 88-9606) 
					10048 (MSN 88-9607) Registered 2Aug46 as NC95464; N95464. Accident while parked 
						by Douglas C-47D 43-49925 at Chicago Municipal Airport, Midway, IL 10Mar49. 
						Registration cancelled 8Apr54. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16252. 
						F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 29Nov52. F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 22May53. SOC 12Dec57. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					10049 (MSN 88-9608) to civil registry as NC68362. cancelled. North American Aviation,
						 Los Angeles, CA c.29Nov48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					10050 (MSN 88-9609) 
					10051 (MSN 88-9610) 
					10052 (MSN 88-9611) (VN12D8C) spun in while landing Jun 26, 1945, killing Royal Navy pilot.
					10053 (MSN 88-9612) 
				10054/10063 MSN 88-9738/9747	(10)
					10054 (MSN 88-9738) 
					10055 (MSN 88-9739) 
					10056 (MSN 88-9740) Registered 1946 as NC65174; N65174; cancelled [Export C of A issued 14Jan53]. 
						To South African Air Force 1953 as 7682. Crashed after engine failure during approach to land 8Nov58
					10057 (MSN 88-9741) 
					10058 (MSN 88-9742) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 10Jul46. Registered 22Jul46 as NC309; cancelled 14Jul48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 21Jun48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1318
					10059 (MSN 88-9743) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 16Apr46. Registered 17May46 as NC274; 
						cancelled 14Jul48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1319
					10060 (MSN 88-9744) 
					10061 (MSN 88-9745) Registered 1946 as NC50230; N50230; cancelled. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					10062 (MSN 88-9746) Registered 1948 as NC1014N; N1014N; cancelled 26Jul50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 15Aug49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.
						To  Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-74/93 
					10063 (MSN 88-9747)  American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 3Feb47 as 1398. Base Aérea de Porto Alegre, RS. 
						Modified to T-6G standard. Forced landing on a soccer field at Santa Luzia, Belo Horizonte, MG 
						19Dec68 (1INJ). Airplane flown out by FAB one hour later after repairs. Núcleo do Parque de 
						Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 2Jul75. 
						Donated to Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1975 as 0129. Escuadrilla Ara Sunú, 
						Aerobatic Demonstration Team No 6. Grupo Aéreo de Entrenamiento y Transporte (GAET), 
						Base Aerea Ñu Guasú, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1980. Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. 
						Exhibited at entrance to FAP HQ, Base Aérea Ñu-Guazú, Campo Grande, Asunción, Paraguay.
				10064/10083 MSN 88-9758/9777	(20)
					10064 (MSN 88-9758) 
					10065 (MSN 88-9759) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 as 1417. Base Aérea de Santa Cruz,
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Esquadrilha de Reconhecimento e Ataque 51, Base Aérea de Canoas, 
						Porto Alegre, RS. DestaCamento Precursor de Academia da Força Aérea, Base Aérea de Pirassununga, 
						São Paulo, SP. Accident at Pirassununga 18Jul68. SOC
					10066 (MSN 88-9760) 
					10067 (MSN 88-9761) 
					10068 (MSN 88-9762) 
					10069 (MSN 88-9763) 
					10070 (MSN 88-9764) Registered 1946 as NC68197; N68197. Aircraft Sales Ltd, 
						Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					10071 (MSN 88-9765) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 18Jul46. Registered as NC355; cancelled 10Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 19May48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1320
					10072 (MSN 88-9766) 
					10073 (MSN 88-9767) 
					10074 (MSN 88-9768) 
					10075 (MSN 88-9769) 
					10076 (MSN 88-9770) 
					10077 (MSN 88-9771) 
					10078 (MSN 88-9772) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 12Jul46. Registered 18Jul46 as NC354; 
						cancelled 23Jun48. Returned to US Navy 14May48.
					10079 (MSN 88-9773) 
					10080 (MSN 88-9774) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 2Jun46. Registered as NC278. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1322
					10081 (MSN 88-9775) 
					10082 (MSN 88-9776) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Registered 1946 as NC282. Returned to US Navy
					10083 (MSN 88-9777) 
				10084/10103 MSN 88-9788/9807	(20)
					10084 (MSN 88-9788) 
					10085 (MSN 88-9789) 
					10086 (MSN 88-9790) 
					10087 (MSN 88-9791) 
					10088 (MSN 88-9792) 
					10089 (MSN 88-9793) 
					10090 (MSN 88-9794) 
					10091 (MSN 88-9795) 
					10092 (MSN 88-9796) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 27Jun46. Registered 16Dec46 as NC352; cancelled 9Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy 20May48. Banaire Enterprises Inc, Hemet, CA. Registered 1976 as N47040 
						as a North American-Banaire Enterprise SNJ-4; sale reported 11Jan90, cancelled 27Nov12
					10093 (MSN 88-9797) 
					10094 (MSN 88-9798) 
					10095 (MSN 88-9798) 
					10096 (MSN 88-9800) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC Registered 21Jun46 as NC351; cancelled 23Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy 14May48.
					10097 (MSN 88-9801) Registered 1946 as NC68291. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA.
						 Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipina.
					10098 (MSN 88-9802) Registered 1946 as NC52590; N52590. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly.
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16277. 
						F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 29May53. F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 28Sep57. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Ängelholm 29Jan58. SOC 30Aug58. .
					10099 (MSN 88-9803) 
					10100 (MSN 88-9804) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 29Apr46. Registered 9May46 as NC262; cancelled 23Jun48. Returned to US Navy
					10101 (MSN 88-9805) Registered 1946 as NC67068. Registered as N67068 to North 
						American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 22Dec48; cancelled 23May55. Used as a prototype for the 
						remanufacture to T-6G
					10102 (MSN 88-9806) 
					10103 (MSN 88-9807) Registered 1948 as NC5335N; N5335N; cancelled
				10104/10123 MSN 88-9818/9837	(20)
					10104 (MSN 88-9818) Registered 1946 as NC66811; N66811. North American Aviation 1953. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs.
					10105 (MSN 88-9819) 
					10106 (MSN 88-9820) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973
					10107 (MSN 88-9821) 
					10108 (MSN 88-9822) 
					10109 (MSN 88-9823) 
					10110 (MSN 88-9824) 
					10111 (MSN 88-9825) 
					10112 (MSN 88-9826) 
					10113 (MSN 88-9827) 
					10114 (MSN 88-9828) to civil registry in 1946 as NC67019.  Cancelled
					10115 (MSN 88-9829) 
					10116 (MSN 88-9830) Registered 1946 as NC75764; N75764. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
						inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16285. 
						F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 15Jul53. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Naval Aviation/Comando de Aviación Naval Argentina 28Feb58 as 0445. 
						Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
						Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-214. SOC 1969. 
						Donated to Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya. Registration N5984A reserved; 
						not taken up. Registered 21May93 as N75964; current [Jun20]. Restoration project Chino, CA; completed 1993.
					10117 (MSN 88-9831) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 3Dec46. Registered 24Dec46 as NC175; 
						cancelled 17Jul47. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 20May48. Registered as N4874V; 
						cancelled [Export C of A issued 27Feb53]. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC. Volitan Aircraft 
						Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force c.27Apr53 as 7692. Central Flying School, Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape. 
						WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. Longmont Aviation Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. 
						Crated and shipped to Huntington, IN 1996. Registered as N7692Z. Registered 18Nov19 to 
						Mr H Challenges The World LLC, Lewes, DE; current [Jun20].
					10118 (MSN 88-9832) 
					10119 (MSN 88-9833) 
					10120 (MSn 88-9834) Registered 1946 as NC75556; N75556. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Cancelled [Export C of A issued 12Aug49]. Government of Pakistan.
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force
					10121 (MSn 88-9835) 
					10122 (MSN 88-9836) assigned to 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing.   Lost off Hawaii Apr 9, 1945
					10123 (MSN 88-9837) US Marines Corps. MAG-24, MCAS ? 61 Ewa, Oahu, TH
						Lost off Hawaii Sep 19, 1942
				10124/10143 MSN 88-9848/9867	(20)
					10124 (MSN 88-9848) 
					10125 (MSN 88-9849) VMF-314, NAS ? 1504 Midway, Pacific..  Lost off Midway Sep 7, 1944
					10126 (MSN 88-9850) 
					10127 (MSN 88-8951) assigned to NAS No 1504  Midway, Pacific.  Lost Sep 4, 1944
					10128 (MSN 88-9852) to civil registry in 1946 as NC69371. Cancelled
					10129 (MSN 88-9853) to Venezuelan Air Force/Servicio de Aeronáutica. Renamed as Fuerza Aérea Venezolana 10Oct47. 
						Registered Jul48 as NC9003H; N9003H. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 7May53. 
						Registered 4Aug53 to North American Aviation; cancelled 19Aug53. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					10130 (MSN 88-9854) 
					10131 (MSN 88-9855) 
					10132 (MSN 88-9856) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel 
						Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 21Aug47 as 1461. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Esquadrilha da Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do 
						Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 2Jul75. 
						Donated to Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1975 as 0145. 
						Grupo Entrenamiento Táctico (GET), Base Aerea de Ñu Guasu, Campo Grande, Asunción. 
						Reserialled 1980 as 0105(2). 
						To Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya 26Jul89. Preserved at Academia Militar, Capiatá, Paraguay.
						Conflict:
						0105(2) also quoted as MSN 88-17327 (42-85546)
					10133 (MSN 88-9857) Registered 1946 as NC64372; N64372; cancelled 17Apr51 
						[Export C of A issued 21Apr52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D 
						standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7667.  To Australian civil registry 28May97 as VH-XSA; current [May18
					10134 (MSN 88-9858) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC. Registered as NC211; cancelled 14Jun48. Returned to US Navy. 
						Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1323
						              [Registration NC211 reserved 3Feb47 'after taken away from Colonel Lindbergh']
					10135 (MSN 88-9859) 
					10136 (MSN 88-9860) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973
					10137 (MSN 88-9861) US Marines Corps. AA, MCAS ? 61 Ewa, Oahu, TH. Accident at Hawaii 20Feb45. 
					10138 (MSN 88-9862) 
					10139 (MSN 88-9863) 
					10140 (MSN 88-9864) 
					10141 (MSN 88-9865) Registered as NC7741H; N7741H; cancelled
					10142 (MSN 88-9866) 
					10143 (MSN 88-9867) 
				10144/10183 MSN 88-10113/10152	(40)
					10144 (MSN 88-10113) 
					10145 (MSN 88-10114) Registered 19Aug46 as NC9130H; N9130H; cancelled 18Oct49. Texas Engineering 
						and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 8Oct49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-49/93
					10146 (MSN 88-10115) 
					10147 (MSN 88-10116) 
					10148 (MSN 88-10117) Accepted by US Navy 21Sep42. NALF Waldron, Corpus Christi, TX 30Sep42. 
						Pratt, KS. SOC 26Mar46. Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 4Sep46. Registered as NC363. Returned to US Navy 4Apr48. 
						Registered 1963 as N6411D. Registered 1966 to Nathaniel Hawthorne College, Antrim, NH. 
						Damaged after striking a pole during an off airport forced landing at Dothan, AL 12Apr70. 
						Registered 31Jan78 to the Confederate Air Force. Reregistered 6Sep91 to American Airpower 
						Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX; current [Oct19]. Operated by the Commemorative Air Force, SoCal Wing
					10149 (MSN 88-10118) 
					10150 (MSN 88-10119) 
					10151 (MSN 88-10120) 
					10152 (MSN 88-10121) Registered 26Aug46 as NC75454; cancelled 13May49
					10153 (MSN 88-10122) Corpus Christi NAS, TX; code 18. Registered 1946 as NC63517. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.25Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO].  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-9/91
					10154 (MSN 88-10123) 
					10155 (MSN 88-10124) Registered 1946 as NC64447. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, 
						Denver, CO 1946. Registered as N64447. Transocean Air Lines, Oakland, CA 1951. 
						To Royal Saudi Air Force 31Oct51 
						Another source has the plane going to Lebanese AF Oct 31, 1952
					10156 (MSN 88-10125) 
					10157 (MSN 88-10126)  
					10158 (MSN 88-10127) Registered 1946 as NC57592. Dallas Aero Service, Dallas, TX. 
						To Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Colombiana c.28Dec48 as 758
					10159 (MSN 88-10128) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. 
						San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 29Oct47 as 1483. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
					10160 (MSN 88-10129) 
					10161 (MSN 88-10130) registered 1946 as NC73498; cancelled 18Apr50. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 28Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]..  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1949 as F8-29/91
					10162 (MSN 88-10131) 
					10163 (MSN 88-10132) Registered 1948 as NC3911B; cancelled 8Feb49. Texas Engineering and 
						Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.2Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					10164 (MSN 88-10133) Registered 1946 as NC64355; cancelled 29Dec47. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO 1946. Scrapped
					10165 (MSN 88-10134) Registered 1946 as NC90646; N90646; cancelled 24Mar52 
						[Export C of A issued 11Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D 
						standard. 
						To South African Air Force c.24Mar52 as 7645. Crashed 25May56 (1KIS). 
					10166 (MSN 88-10135) to civil registry in 1946 as NC66964. Cancelled
					10167 (MSN 88-10136) 
					10168 (MSN 88-10137) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 27May47 as 1432. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 3º Esquadrão Misto de Reconhecimento e Ataque, 
						Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC 9Oct74
						Conflict:
 						1432 also quoted as BuAer 10170 (MSN 88-10139)
					10169 (MSN 88-10138) 
					10170 (MSN 88-10139) 
					10171 (MSN 88-10140) Mene Grande Oil Company, Dallas, TX Apr46; probably used in 
						connection with the company’s oil holdings in Venezuela
					10172 (MSN 88-10141) 
					10173 (MSN 88-10142) 
					10174 (MSN 88-10143) 
					10175 (MSN 88-10144) 
					10176 (MSN 88-10145) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973.   
					10177 (MSN 88-10146) 
					10178 (MSN 88-10147) 
					10179 (MSN 88-10148) 
					10180 (MSN 88-10149) 
					10181 (MSN 88-10150) 
					10182 (MSN 88-10151) 
					10183 (MSN 88-10152) 
				10184/10223 MSN 88-10163/10202	(40)
					10184 (MSN 88-10163) 
					10185 (MSN 88-10164) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 29Apr46. Registered 2May46 as NC302; surveyed 17Jan47. 
						Rebuilt from spares. Registered 23Dec47 as NC346 to the Civil Aeronautics Administration; cancelled 14Jul48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 21Jun48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1324
					10186 (MSN 88-10165) 
					10187 (MSN 88-10166) 
					10188 (MSN 88-10167) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 24May46. Registered 24May46 as NC277. Returned to US Navy. 
						Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1325
					10189 (MSN 88-10168) 
					10190 (MSN 88-10169) 
					10191 (MSN 88-10170) 
					10192 (MSN 88-10171) 
					10193 (MSN 88-10172) 
					10194 (MSN 88-10173) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 27Jun46. Registered 1Jul46 as NC280 with MSN 10773; 
						cancelled 9Mar48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1326
					10195 (MSN 88-10174) 
					10196 (MSN 88-10175) 
					10197 (MSN 88-10176) Registered 26Aug46 as NC64527; N64527; cancelled 13Feb51. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1954 as Sk 16B, serial 16309. 
						F 12 Wing, KalMar 12Feb54. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0444. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento 
						Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-213.
					10198 (MSN 88-10177) became NC4987N Transocean Air Lines, Oakland CA 48/52 (to Royal Saudi Arabian AF as L-212) 10.52
						Another source has the plane going to Lebanese AF as L-212 Oct 31, 1952.  Later N6411D.  To Commemorative
						Air Force for restoration.
					10199 (MSN 88-10178) 
					10200 (MSN 88-10179) 
					10201 (MSN 88-10180) to civil registry in 1946 as NC56688. Cancelled
					10202 (MSN 88-10181) to CAA as NC332 Aug 12, 1946
					10203 (MSN 88-10182) 
					10204 (MSN 88-10183) 
					10205 (MSN 88-10184) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973
					10206 (MSN 88-10185) Registered 1946 as NC90650; N90650. Race #94 ‘Nuthin Fancy’. 
						Reregistered May86 as N119DP, current [Sep19]. 
					10207 (MSN 88-10186) Registered 1946 as NC64682. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
						Corporation [TEMCO]. Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.2Feb49. 
						To Philippine Air Force/Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas.
					10208 (MSN 88-10187) 
					10209 (MSN 88-10188) 
					10210 (MSN 88-10189) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 5Apr46. Registered 10Apr46 as NC369; cancelled 14Jul48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 16Jun48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1328
					10211 (MSN 88-10190) Registered 1946 as NC60614; cancelled
					10212 (MSN 88-10191) 
					10213 (MSN 88-10192) Corpus Christi NAS, TX. Crashed after a mid-air collision with 
						SNJ-4 27346 at Corpus Christi 11Sep44 (1KIS – Chile Air Force pilot).
					10214 (MSN 88-10193) Registered 1946 as NC75200; N75200; cancelled 16Mar56.
					10215 (MSN 88-10194) Registered as NC69648. Government of Pakistan c.13Jan49. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					10216 (MSN 88-10195) 
					10217 (MSN 88-10196) 
					10218 (MSN 88-10197) 
					10219 (MSN 88-10198) 
					10220 (MSN 88-10199) 
					10221 (MSN 88-10200) Registered 25Mar46 as NC51061; N51061. North American Aviation,
						 Los Angeles, CA 7May53. Exported. 
					10222 (MSN 88-10201) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC. Registered 23Aug46 as NC383; cancelled 26Nov46. Crashed at Memphis, TN
						Conflict:
						              Also reported as NC393
					10223 (MSN 88-10202) 
				10224/10257 MSN 88-10213/10246	(34)
					10227 (MSN 88-10216) registered NC55779.  To Swedish AF as 16249 1952-1955.  Crashed Apr 27, 1955, 
						Scrapped after crash.
					10228 (MSN 88-10217) 
					10229 (MSN 88-10218) 
					10230 (MSN 88-10219) to civil registry in 1946 as NC55935; N55935; cancelled
					10231 (MSN 88-10220) 
					10232 (MSN 88-10221) 
					10233 (MSN 88-10222) Registered 3Sep47 as NC9988H; N9988H; cancelled 21Apr52 
						[Export C of A issued 15Apr52]. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC. Volitan Aircraft Services, 
						Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To South African Air Force 1952 as 7651. Crashed at Dunnottar, Nigel, South Africa 7Jan82 (1KIS). 
						Parts used in rebuild of ZS-WEJ (41-33665.
					10234 (MSN 88-10223) 
					10235 (MSN 88-10224) 
					10236 (MSN 88-10225) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics
						Administration, Washington, DC. Registered 2Jul46 as NC330; cancelled 24Jan47. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 20May48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1329
					10237 (MSN 88-10226) 
					10238 (MSN 88-10227) Registered 20Jun47 as NC9395H; N9395H; cancelled 13Dec50. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16228. 
						F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 23Apr52. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) 
						(F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0429. Escuadrilla de 
						Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-215.
					10239 (MSN 88-10228) 
					10240 (MSN 88-10229) 
					10241 (MSN 88-10230) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 18Jul46. Registered 17Sep46 as NC310; 
						cancelled 9Jun48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 19May48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1331. 
					10242 (MSN 88-10231)
					10243 (MSN 88-10232) 
					10244 (MSN 88-10233)  
					10245 (MSN 88-10234) Registered 1946 as NC65347; N65347. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Exported. 
					10246 (MSN 88-10235) 
					10247 (MSN 88-10236) Registered 1946 as NC67014; N67014. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.29Nov48. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  
						To Royal Thai AF as F8-125/94 in 1951
					10248 (MSN 88-10237) 
					10249 (MSN 88-10238) Registered 1946 as NC67023. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA c.8Nov48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					10250 (MSN 88-10239) Registered 1946 as NC67153; N67153. Registered 28Aug52 to 
						North American Aviation Inc., Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 23May55
					10251 (MSN 88-10240) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 15May47 as 1429. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico
						 do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 25Sep75
					10252 (MSN 88-10241) Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimarron Field, Yukon, OK 11Apr46. 
						Registered 7Jul46 as NC55002; cancelled 23Mar53. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16271. 
						F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 24Apr53. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) 
						(F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1958 as 0430. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento 
						Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-216. 
						Damaged when ground looped and left landing gear collapsed. Escuela de Aviación Naval, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-216. 
					10253 (MSN 88-10242) Registered as NC65714; N65714. 
						To Dominican Republic Air Force/Compañia de Aviación, Ejército Nacional Aug47 as 1307. 
						Renamed Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 15Jan48. Crashed in the sea when the 
						landing gear struck a wave 500yds offshore at Ciudad Trujillo, Santo Domingo, 
						Dominican Republic 22Jun50; pilot rescued
					10254 (MSN 88-10243) Registered as NC73378; N73378; cancelled 7Jun51. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16300. 
						F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 19Nov53. SOC 3May57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						To Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1Oct59 as 0501. Escuadrilla de 
						Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-224. 
						Accident 1967, 1-E-224
					10255 (MSN 88-10244) to civil registry as NC73378
					10256 (MSN 88-10245) Registered as NC80467. Beech Aircraft Corporation, Wichita KS 1946. 
						Registered as N80467. Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. Registered 12May52 to Spartan 
						Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; cancelled 31Oct52. Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A E-20755 issued 30Sep52]. Government of México. 
						To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Oct52 as EAN-816
					10257 (MSN 88-10246) 
				10258/10316 MSN 88-10263/10321	(59)
					10258 (MSN 88-10263) 
					10259 (MSN 88-10264) 
					10260 (MSN 88-10265) 
					10261 (MSN 88-10266) 
					10262 (MSN 88-10267) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 29May46. Registered 19Jun46 as NC348; cancelled 28Jan47. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1332
					10263 (MSN 88-10268) 
					10264 (MSN 88-10269) 
					10265 (MSN 88-10270) 
					10266 (MSN 88-10271) 	Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 2May46. Registered as NC269. Returned to US Navy. 
						Registered 1963 as N7093C; cancelled. Registered 7Feb91 as N7093C; current [Sep19]. 
						JW Duff Aircraft / Duffy's Aircraft Parts, Denver, CO 1991. Dismantled in good condition in Duff's yard 1996/01
					10267 (MSN 88-10272) 
					10268 (MSN 88-10273) North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1947. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 4Mar48 as 0218
					10269 (MSN 88-10274) 
					10270 (MSN 88-10275) 
					10271 (MSN 88-10276) 
					10272 (MSN 88-10277) 
					10273 (MSN 88-10278) Registered 1948 as NC7413C; N7413C; cancelled. Restored Apr84 as N7413C; 
						Current [Sep19]
					10274 (MSN 88-10279) 
					10275 (MSN 88-10280) 
					10276 (MSN 88-10281) Registered 1946 as NC66646; N66646. Registered 23Jun49 to North American 
						Aviation Inc., Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 23May55. 
					10277 (MSN 88-10282) 
					10278 (MSN 88-10283) Registered 1946 as NC66248. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX. 
						To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya 1949 as A-522. First flown by Uruguay Navy in 
						Texas 22Jun49. Ferried Dallas, TX to Pensacola NAS, FL 6Apr50. Jacksonville NAS, FL and Miami, FL 8Apr50; 
						Camaguey and Guantanamo, Cuba 12Apr50; Port-au-Prince, Haiti 21Apr50; San Juan, Puerto Rico 22Apr50; 
						Coolidge, Osbourn, Antigua and Waller Field, Port of Spain, Trinidad 24Apr50; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, 
						British Guiana and Cayenne, French Guiana 25Apr50; Belém, Pará, Brazil 26Apr50; São Luís, Maranhão, 
						Fortaleza, Ceará, and Natal, Rio Grande do Norte 28Apr50; Salvador and Caravelas, Bahia 29Apr50; 
						Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro 30Apr50; Curitiba, Paraná and Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul 1May50; 
						Arriving Base Aéronaval Capitán Curbello, Maldonado, Uruguay 2May50. Reserialled as A-253. 
						Crashed 20Jun57 (2MIS). 
					10279 (MSN 88-10284) Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 19Sep49]. Government of Pakistan. 
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					10280 (MSN 88-10285) 
					10281 (MSN 88-10286) 
					10282 (MSN 88-10287) 
					10283 (MSN 88-10288) 
					10284 (MSN 88-10289) 
					10285 (MSN 88-10290) 
					10286 (MSN 88-10291) to civil registry in 1946 as NC75203; cancelled 2Mar49. 
					10287 (MSN 88-10292) 
					10288 (MSN 88-10293) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 10Apr46. Registered 9May46 as NC273; cancelled 23Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Arthur D. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA 23Jan80. 
						Registered as N3747X as a North American-Medore SNJ-5; expired Jul19. Loaned and on 
						display at Golden Wings Air Museum, Anoka County MN 2001. 
					10289 (MSN 88-10294) 
					10290 (MSN 88-10295) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil Aeronautics 
						Administration, Washington, DC 6Jun46. Registered 10Jun46 as NC375; cancelled 14Jul48. 
						Returned to US Navy 8Jun48. .  
					10291 (MSN 88-10296) Registered 1948 as NC1210N; N1210N. Registered 9May49 to 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 19Apr50. Exported
					10292 (MSN 88-10297) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. 
						Civil Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC 16Apr46. Registered 18Apr46 as NC253; 
						cancelled 6Jul48. Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 14Jun48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1335
					10293 (MSN 88-10298) American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 17Mar47 as 1402. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 1º Esquadrões de Reconhecimento e Ataque, 
						Base Aérea de Canoas, Porto Alegre, RS. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do 
						Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 3Jan55
					10294 (MSN 88-10299) Registered as N1743B. United Nations Engineering and Export 
						Corporation, Washington, DC 1951. Royal Iraqi Air Force c.2Aug51
					10295 (MSN 88-10300) to civil registry as NC62393, cancelled
					10296 (MSN 88-10301) 
					10297 (MSN 88-10302) Registered 1946 as NC66744; N66744. Remanufactured to T-6D standard  
						To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-89/93
					10298 (MSN 88-10303) 
					10299 (MSN 88-10304) Registered 9Apr46 as NC52589; N52589; cancelled 21Sep49. 
						Texas Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO] 2Sep49. 
						Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai AF in 1950 as F8-49/93
					10300 (MSN 88-10305) 
					10301 (MSN 88-10306) Registered 1946 as NC75311. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 2Dec48. 
						Registered 17Dec48 to North American Aviation; cancelled 28Jul50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild program
					10302 (MSN 88-10307) to civil registry in 1946 as NC62492.  Cancelled
					10303 (MSN 88-10308) 
					10304 (MSN 88-10309) 
					10305 (MSN 88-10310) 
					10306 (MSN 88-10311) 
					10307 (MSN 88-10312) 
					10308 (MSN 88-10313) 
					10309 (MSN 88-10314) 
					10310 (MSN 88-10315) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Registered 10Jun46 as NC328; cancelled 14Jul48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1336
					10311 (MSN 88-10316) 
					10312 (MSN 88-10317) 
					10313 (MSN 88-10318) 
					10314 (MSN 88-10319) 
					10315 (MSN 88-10320) Modified to civil configuration at Pensacola NAS, Florida. Civil 
						Aeronautics Administration, Washington, DC. Registered as NC308; cancelled 9Jun48. 
						Returned to US Navy. Delivered to USAF 19May48. Remanufactured as T-6C 48-1337. 
					10316 (MSN 88-10321)