US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (90020 to 99860)


Last revised October 5, 2021


90020/90050		Consolidated RY-3 Privateer
				90021/90047 to RAF as JT973/JT999
				90021 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT973.  RAF record card show
					it has being SOC Sep 20, 1948.  But there is a report
					that JT973 went to RCAF Jul 2, 1946 and was scrapped Nov 16, 1949.
				90022 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT974, but not delivered
				90023 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT975.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90024 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT976.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90025 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT977, but not delivered
				90026 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT978.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90027 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT979.  DBR when overshot landing at
					Whenuapai, New Zealand Sep 1, 1945
				90028 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT980, but not delivered
				90029 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT981.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90030 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT982.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean
					Jul 4, 1945
				90031 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT983.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90032 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT984.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90033 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT985.  Flew into hill in bad visibility,
					Dorset, England Jun 15, 1945. On the morning of Friday June 15 1945 the Liberator took 
					off from RAF Holmsley South in the New Forest, England, on the first leg to Tripoli [at that time a colony 
					of Italy] of a flight to Palam, Delhi, India. The weather at Holmsley South was poor, but both the captain 
					and the duty executive officer considered it suitable for takeoff, but poor enough for a diversion to be likely 
					if an early return was necessitated. JT985 departed at 0720 hours. At 0745 hours, shortly after crossing the
					English coast outbound, the aircraft reported a loss of fuel pressure. At around 0815 hours the owner of 
					Encombe House, Kingston, Dorset, and a worker at Encombe dairy saw the aircraft, which was obviously 
					below the height of the hills, and both knew instinctively that it was going to crash. It impacted on the 
					edge of what is now the South West Coast Path, the wings were ripped off and the engines detached and 
					were thrown forward towards Orchard Hill Farm, one wing coming to rest on the footpath in Polar Wood 
					leading from the top of the ridge to the farm. There were no survivors. When the low cloud lifted at about 
					eleven o'clock a scene of total devastation was revealed. The aircraft was under the command of a RCAF crew; 
					the passenger load consisted of 22 airmen being sent out as urgently needed ground crew at Palam 
				90034 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT986.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90035 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT987.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90036 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT988.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90037 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT989.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90038 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT990.  SOC Feb 26, 1946
				90039 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT991.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946  
				90040 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT992.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90041 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT993.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90042 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT994.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				90043 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT995, but not delivered
				90044 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT996, but not delivered
				90045 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT997.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1946
				90046 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT998, but not delivered
				90047 was to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JT999, but not delivered
				90048 to RAF as Liberator C.IX JV936.  Later returned to USN
				90049/99050 to RAF as JV937/JV938 but not delivered
90051/90056		Cancelled contract for Consolidated RY-3 Privateer
				Were to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX JV939/JV944
90057/90059		Consolidated RY-3 Privateer
				Were to go to RAF as Liberator C.IX JV945/JV947 but were never delivered
90060/90131		Cancelled contract for Consolidated RY-3 Privateer
				90060/90111 were to go to RAF as Liberator C.IX JV948/JV999 
				90112/90131 were to have gone to RAF as Liberator C.IX KE266/KE285
90060             Bell L-39-1
				P-63A-9 experimentally modified with swept wings for US Navy
					Serial reassigned from cancelled RY-3 batch.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					later as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Aug 22, 1946 to Dec 12, 1949.
					Assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Dec 12, 1949.
90061			Bell L-39-2 
				P-63A-9 experimentally modified with swept wings for US Navy
					Serial reassigned from cancelled RY-3 batch.  Some sources have these as 90061 and 90062, but 
					I have seen a photo of 90060.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 11, 1946 to Dec 12, 1949
					Assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Dec 12, 1949.
90132/90384		Cancelled contract for Consolidated R2Y-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 39 Liberator Liner, redesignated as Consolidated-Vultee Model 104
				First prototype NX30039 flown for first time Apr 15, 1944.  Navy cancelled the order, but Convair received 
					permission to complete the second prototype
90132/90271		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				USAAF B-24Ms transferred to Navy.
				It appears that these serials were reassigned from the cancelled R2Y-1 batch.
				USAAF serials were 44-41862,42017,41864,41865, 41887/41942,41997/41999,42000/42016,
					42032/42051,42067/42093,42076/42188.
				90132 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90135 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90146 force landed Whiting Field NAAS, FL due to engine failure 6/16/1946.
				90147 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90149 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK. with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
 					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90151 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90152 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90153 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90154 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90155 (44-41906) assigned to USMC as PB4Y-1Z.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Sep 30, 1946.  Registered N4970L, then 
					to Compania Boliviana de Aviacion Mar 1951 as CP-76.  Reregistered CP-576 to Bolivian Overseas Airways.  WFU
					ca 1973 and stripped for spares.  
				90157 (VB-4 OTU#1) in midair collision  with 90251 at night near NAS Jacksonville 5/28/1945.  6 killed
				90158 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Jul 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90159 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90161 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Aug 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90163 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  with VB-4 OTU#1 declared in excess and SOC Aug 31, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90165 (44-41916) converted as personal transport for commandant of Marine Corps with side windows
					and solid nose.  Sold after war on commercial market as N4K for round-the-world flight attempt.
					Sold to Bolivian user in 1951 as CP-576. Returned to US and converted as 93rd BG B-24
					and put on display at Castle AFB Museum, California.
				90182 (VB-4 OTU#1) ran out of fuel on training flight and made forced landing 11 mi from Cassoday, KS
					Dec 30, 1944.  SOC Apr 30, 1945. 
				90186 (VB-4 OTU#1) SOC Apr 30, 1945 at NAS Hutchinson, KS after
					wheels-up landing Apr 1, 1945.
				90196 (VPB-4) spun in and crashed near Mayport, FL Apr 17, 1945.  12 crew killed, one bailed out.
				90212 ex 44-42032
				90213 ex 44-42033,  VB-4 OTU #2 at NAAS Jacksonville, FL.  SOC Jul 31, 1945.
				90214 ex 44-42034
				90215 ex 44-42035.  VB-4 OTU #2 at NAAS Jacksonville, FL.  SOC Jul 31, 1945.
				90216 ex 44-42036.  Received some minor damage above Miami. Damage repaired.
					VB-4 OTU #2 at NAAS Jacksonville, FL.  SOC Jul 31, 1945.
				90217 ex 44-42037
				90218 ex 44-42038
				90219 ex 44-42039
				90220 ex 44-42040
				90221 ex 44-42041
				90222 ex 44-42042
				90223 ex 44-42043
				90224 ex 44-42044.  (VJ-61) hit tree during landing NAS Coco Solo, CZ
					crashed and burned Jan 6, 1954.  7 killed out of 14.
				90225 ex 44-42045
				90226 ex 44-42046
				90227 ex 44-42047
				90228 ex 44-42048 to NAF China Lake ca Oct 1947.
				90232 ex 44-42067.  Became PT-AZX in 1969, noted
					at Belem in 1975 in derelict condition.
				90236 (VP-62) crashed and caught fire when overshot
					landing at Goose Bay AFB, Labrador 8/6/1949.
				90251 (VB-4 OTU#1) in midair with 90157 at night near NAS
					Jacksonville 5/28/1945.  6 killed
				90261 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90262 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90263 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90264 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90265 (VB-4) taxiied off runway NAAS Whiting Field, FL 6/6/1945.  SOC Jun 30, 1945.
				90266 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90267 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
				90268  to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90269 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90270 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
 					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90271 to VB-4 OTU #4.  Declared excess Jul 31, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90276 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
90385/90395		Douglas R5D-2  
				USAAF C-54B transferred to Navy.
				Some modified as staff transports and successively redesignated R5D-2F, R5D-2Z, and then VC-54P. 
				90385 (MSN 18358) ex USAAF 43-17158.  (VR-4) ditched in San Francisco Bay, CA Sept 4, 1944.  
					1 missing, 4 OK.
				90386 (MSN 18372) ex USAAF 43-17172
				90387 (MSN 18373) ex USAAF 43-17173
				90388 (MSN 18387) ex USAAF 43-17187
				90389 (MSN 18388) ex USAAF 43-17188.  To Brooks Fuel, Inc as N44906.  Now stored in desert at 
					Chandler Memorial Apt being scavenged for spare parts.
				90390 (MSN 27230) ex USAAF 44-9004
				90391 (MSN 27231) ex-USAAF 44-9005.  To N44912 for Biegert Aviation, Chandler, AZ.
				90392 (MSN 27232) ex USAAF 44-9006.  Converted to R5D-2Z as personal aircraft for Admiral of 7th Fleet, 
					redesignated VC-54P in 1962.  To civil registry as N67040 water bomber No. 147.  Next stored as an
					ex-slurry bomber at Avra Valley Apt, Az.  The plane on display at MCAS Miramar as US Marines 
					QF 392 is ex-USAAF 42-72209
				90393 (MSN 27246) ex-USAAF 44-9020.  To Biegert Aviation, Chandler, AZ as N44908.  Next
					to Brooks Air Fuel but not taken up.  Withdrawn from use and now in storage at Chandler
					Memorial as source for spare parts.
				90394 (MSN 27247) ex USAAF 44-9021
				90395 (MSN 27248) ex USAAF 44-9022.  Crashed in China Feb 3, 1946.
90396/90415		Douglas R5D-4 
				USAAF C-54Es transferred to Navy.
				R5D-4R was personnel transport modification 
				R5D-4R redesignated C-54R in 1962.
				Some became EC-54U in 1962 when fitted with electronic countermeasures equipment.
				90396 (MSN 27262) ex-USAAF 44-9036. Designated R5D-4R; VR-6, Westover, MA [Sep52]; 
					US Naval Oceanographic Office, Norfolk, VA 1955; Project Magnet, an Airborne Geomagnetic Survey 
					with the purpose to gather data over the ocean areas for charts showing magnetic intensities and variations;
					 designated C-54R; designated NC-54R Mar63
				90397 (MSN 27283) ex-USAAF 44-9057.  Registered to Aero Flight N96358
					flying as Tanker 160.
				90398 (MSN 27284) ex-USAAF 44-9058. 
				90399 (VR-8, MSN 27305, ex-USAAF 44-9079) caught fire on ground NAF Honolulu, HI
					Nov 19, 1947.
				90400 (MSN 27306) ex-USAAF 44-9080
				90401 (MSN 27307) ex-USAAF 44-9081  
				90402 (MSN 27328) ex-USAAF 44-9102.  To civil registry with Aero Union as N62297
					and flying as Tanker 14.  Registered Dec 14, 2005 to Buffalo Airways, Ltd
					of Yellowknife, NT as C-GBAJ
				90403 (MSN 27329) ex-USAAF 44-9103
				90404 (MSN 27330) ex-USAAF 44-9104.  To civil registry as N96359
				90405 (MSN 27331) ex-USAAF 44-9105
				90406 (MSN 27362/D0308) ex-USAAF 44-9136.  Converted to C-54R.  WFU and stored
					at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ May 1970. Bought by Interair Leases Inc Jan 31, 1975.
					Bought by International Air Leases Dec 13, 1975.  Bought by Gerald D. Wilson Dec 12,
					1975 and registered as N96360.  To Onyx Aviation INC Jan 11, 1977.  Bought by
					Wilmont Wilson and Co Feb 21, 1977.  Bought by Onyx Aviation Inc Jul 12, 1978.
					Bought by Distribute Air Inc Sep 22, 1978.  Bought by Peter Melson Sep 22, 1978.
					WFU and stored Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Bought by Hill Air Company, Inc Sep 10, 1984.
					Donated to broward County Erosion Prevention Unit.  Derigestered Jun 27, 1994
					and broken up and compnents sunk and used as a reef.  
				90407 (MSN 27363) ex-USAAF 44-9137.  To US Navy as R5D-4R/C-54R.  Operated as
					Blue Angels support aircraft in 1956.  Became N67038, then 
					N5184B.  Impounded by DEA.  Was donated to Castle AFB Museum, where it is 
					displayed as Navy 90407 again.   At one point this plane has been registered 
					as N105R, but this was cancelled Oct 2002 at owner's request.  When seen at Castle 
					May 22, 2003, was painted as 44-9137
				90408 (MSN 27364) ex-USAAF 44-9138 
				90409 (MSN 27365) ex USAAF 44-9139.  To Biegert Aviation, Chandler, AZ
					as N44918.
				90410 (MSN 27366) ex-USAAF 44-9140
				90411 (MSN 27367) ex USAAF 44-9141.  Then to civil registry as N8502R.
				90412 (MSN 27368) ex-USAAF 44-9142.  To civil registry as N96361, then N6816D.  There is
					a report that N96361 ditched in Pacific Ocean off Arlington, WA Dec 23, 1986 with Central
					Air Services Dec 23, 1986.  There seems to be some doubt as to whether this crash actually 
					happened.  It may have been some sort of insurance scam.  N6816D is still on the Landings
					civil registry as of Apr 2004.  Listed as T-109 (Tanker 109)
				90413 (MSN 27369) ex-USAAF 44-9143
				90414 (MSN 27370) ex-USAAF 44-9144.  To Millardair as C-GQIB, now on civil register as N500EJ 
					"Spirit of Freedom" with Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation, NJ. 
					Damaged beyond repair after hit by tornado in Walterboro SC, April 13, 2020.
				90415 (MSN 27371) ex USAAF 44-9145.  To Biegert Aviation, Chandler, AZ
					as N44909, then HC-BPB, then to Brooks Air Fuel again as N44909.
					w/o Feb 1, 1997, Bronson Creek, BC.
90416/90436		Contract cancelled
90437/90459		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				Model G-58.  MSN D-1/D-23
				90437 first flight Jan 6, 1945
				90438 first flight Dec 2, 1944.  Initial carrier trials aboard USS Charger Feb 17, 1945
				90441 modified to F8F-1P by Naval Aircraft Factory with camera installations
				90442 crashed on takeoff from NAS Patuxent River, MD 10/3/1947.  Pilot killed.
				90445 modified to F8F-1E with AN/APS-4 radar.
				90446 (MSN D-10) modified to F8F-1D drone control aircraft.  To NASM in 1952 and stored at Silver Hill.
					Exchanged with Darryl Greenamyer in 1976 for F8F-2 N1111L
					(ex 121646) and became N99279, later N14HP.  Now
					with Breckenridge Aviation Museum.  Reported extant
					Apr 9, 2008 owned by Howard Pardue.  N14HP crashed shortly after takeoff from Stephens County
					Airport, Breckenridge, Texas Apr 4, 2012.  Pilot killed.
				90448 Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, VA Jan 4, 1946 to Feb 18, 1946.  Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD. 
				90450 landing gear collapsed during landing 8/7/1945 Alameda,
					CA.  Pilot injured.
				90451 stalled during dead stick landing NAES Mustin 
					Field, PA 10/2/1947.  Pilot killed.
				90454 (MSN D.18) to civil registry as N3351, then NL9G.  Was at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, but reported 2008
					to be up for sale.  Seen flying out of Falcon Field, AZ as N9G 
90460/90461		Grumman XF8F-1 Bearcat
				Model G-58.  MSN D-01/D-02
				90460 first flight Aug 31, 1944. Assigned to Naval Air Material Center (NAMC), Mustin Field, Philadelphia, PA.
 					Field arrested trials at Philadelphia Dec 1944.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Dec 13, 1944 to Feb 5, 1945 for wind tunnel evaluation.  Assigned to 
					NAS Patuxent River, MD for preliminary armament testing.
					Crashed during gunnery test NAS Patuxent River, MD 3/18/1945.  Pilot killed.
				90461 first flight Dec 2, 1944.  Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA May 10, 1945 to Apr 25, 1946
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
90462/90483		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				USAAF B-24Ms transferred to Navy.  USAAF serials were 44-41569/41573,41584/41600.
				90463 (VPB-143) turned over to FAW-5 HEDRON and SOC Jul 31, 1945 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90464 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90466 with FAW-14, declared excess Jul 31, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90467 SOC with FAW-5 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90468 SOC with FAW-5 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90469 SOC with FAW-5 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90471 ex USAAF 44-41588 (VPB-102) in collision with obstacle 8/10/1945 Empire, off Tinian, South Pacific.
					No casualties, but aircraft was SOC Aug 31, 1945.
				90474 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90475 SOC Jul 31, 1945 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90476 SOC Jul 31, 1945 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				90478 (VPB-116) failed to return from combat mission Iwo Jima May 18, 1945.  11 crew MIA
				90479 With VPB-116 SOC due to obsolescence Aug 31, 1945.
				90482 (VPB-116) shot down by AAA over Katsuro Bay Jun 29, 1945.  13 crew killed.
				90480 to US Coast Guard as "Impatient Lady"
90484/90486 		Kaiser-Fleetwings XBTK-1
				90486 SOC Apr 30, 1948
90487/90503		Kaiser-Fleetwings BTK-1
				Contract cancelled
90504/90506		Grumman XTB3F-1 Guardian
				Model G-70F
				90504 first flight Dec 23, 1946.  SOC Mar 31, 1949.
				90505	converted to XTB3F-2S.  Completed as the prototype ASW attack version.  First flight Jan 1949.
					Lost in accident during propeller vibration test Oct 4, 1949.  SOC Apr 1950
				90506 converted to XTB3F-1S.  completed as the prototype ASW search version.  First flight Nov 1948.
					SOC Jan 1951.
90507/90531		Martin JM-2 Marauder 
				Navy version of USAAF TB-26G.  Were ex-USAAF 44-67945/67969
				90518 (VMF-2) lost off Guam Jul 20, 1945 (BuNos!)
				90522/90531 (USAAF 44-67960/67969) were cancelled and retained by the USAAF
90522/90523		Beech JRB-2 Expeditor
				C-45As transferred from USAF stocks.  Serials reassigned from cancelled JM-2 batch
				90522 SOC Dec 31, 1945
				90523 ex 44-7796
				90533 ex 44-87105
90532/90581		Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				UC-45Fs transferred from USAF stocks.
				90532/90536 ex USAAF 44-47104/47109.
					90532 (MSN 6991) to JMSDF as 6411
					90533 (MSN 6993) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-4.  To N79926, N16603.  To JMSDF as 6407
					90534 ex 44-47106. SOC May 31, 1948. Returned to USAF ?
					90535 (MSN 6997) to JMSDF as 6403
					90536 (MSN 6999) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-4.  To civil registry as N9659.  Reported fall 2003 
						at Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY
						To US Marine Corps Aviation Museum, Quantico, VA as N9659.
				90537/90538 ex USAAF 44-47111/47112
				90539/90541 ex USAAF 44-47151/47153
					90541 (MSN 7065) to JMSDF as 6435.  To HL2007
				90542/90543 ex USAAF 44-47155/47156
					90543 (MSN 7069) to JMSDF as 6426
				90544/90546 ex USAAF 44-47171/47173
				90547/90548 ex USAAF 44-47175/47176
					90547 (MSN 7098) to JMSDF as 6412.
				90549/90551 ex USAAF 44-47223/47225
					90549 (MSN 7170) ex USAAF 44-47223.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-4, as SNB-5 (new MSN N-883) c1953.
						Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N8831.
					90550 ex 44-47224.  To NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Feb 1949.  Crashed in the Sierras near Owens Peak, CA 
						Feb 10, 1949. 7 killed.
				90552/90553 ex USAAF 44-47227/47228
					90553 (MSN 7177) ex USAAF 44-47228.  To French Navy as JRB-4 90553.  Noted in storage at Rochefort AB in 1974.
				90554/90556 ex USAAF 44-47243/47245
				90557/90558 ex USAAF 44-47247/47248
					90558 (MSN 7207) to French Navy as JRB-4 90558, later 558.  To N61906.
				90559 ex USAAF 44-47275
				90560/90562 ex USAAF 44-47277/47279
				90563 ex USAAF 44-47281
				90564/90565 ex USAAF 44-47305/47306
				90566 ex USAAF 44-47308
				90567/90568 ex USAAF 44-47310/47311
					90568 (MSN 7690) ex USAAF 44-47311.  To N7776B, YB-C-ARC, to HC-ACN 
				90571/90573 ex USAAF 44-47335/47337
				90574/90575 ex USAAF 44-47345/47346
					90574 (MSN 7731) ex USAAF 44-47345.  To N90289
				90576/90578 ex USAAF 44-47348/47350
				90579/90581 ex USAAF 44-47365/47367 
					90579 (MSN 7756) ex USAAF 44-47365.  To NC179, N179, N1411Z 
					90580 (MSN 7758) ex USAAF 44-47366.  To US Coast Guard as JRB-4 90580.
90582/91106		North American SNJ-5 Texan
				Ordered by USAAF as AT-6D; diverted to US Navy
				90582/90620 (MSN 88-17395/17433) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85614/85652
					90582 (MSN 88-17395)
					90583 (MSN 88-17396) Registered 2Feb61 as N1132U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 		
						cancelled 5Jan62. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by 
						road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-138. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-138. Substantially damaged in collision on the 
						ground with SNJ-5 E. 16-147 [BuAer 43906] at Villanubla 1963. The propeller of E. 16-147 chewed off the 
						rear fuselage of this aircraft. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-138. Escuadrón 793, Academia General del Aire, 
						San Javier, Murcia; code 793-105. Accident 20Apr78. SOC 4Oct78
					90584 (MSN 88-17397)
					90585 (MSN 88-17398)
					90586 (MSN 88-17399) disappeared over Cascade Mountains, Washington Mar 11, 1949.  
						Wreckage never found.  People are still searching for it.
					90587 (MSN 88-17400)
					90588 (MSN 88-17401)
					90589 (MSN 88-17402)
					90590 (MSN 88-17403)
					90591 (MSN 88-17404)
					90592 (MSN 88-17405)
					90593 (MSN 88-17406) 
					90594 (MSN 88-17407)
					90595 (MSN 88-17408)
					90596 (MSN 88-17409)
					90597 (MSN 88-17410)
					90598 (MSN 88-17411) Registered 1958 as N9822C; cancelled. Wrecked when the pilot lost control during a 
						go-around, stalled and crashed at Franks Field, Caldwell, ID 22Apr65  
					90599 (MSN 88-17412) Civil Air Patrol, Philadelphia Wing, Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA. 
						Registered 1958 as N3726G. Reregistered 4Nov99 as N86116; current [Jan20, 
						transferred to K&S Helicopters of Kona, Hawaii.
					90600 (MSN 88-17413)
					90601 (MSN 88-17414) Registered 1958 as N3327G; cancelled 5Sep63
					90602 (MSN 88-17415) Accident at San Diego Bay, CA 24Jul46
					90603 (MSN 88-17416)
					90604 (MSN 88-17417)
					90605 (MSN 88-17418)
					90606 (MSN 88-17419) 
					90607 (MSN 88-17420)
					90608 (MSN 88-17421) Registered 1958 as N3197G; current [Jan20].
					90609 (MSN 88-17422)
					90610 (MSN 88-17423)
					90611 (MSN 88-17424) 
					90612 (MSN 88-17425) Registered 1958 as N3261G. Substantially damaged in collision on the 
						ground with SNJ-5 N6628C [BuAer 43818] at Greater S. West Airport, Euless, TX 1Sep69. Damaged 
						when the aircraft landed gear up at Bellefonte, PA 26Apr81. Registration current [Jan20]
					90613 (MSN 88-17426)
					90614 (MSN 88-17427)
					90615 (MSN 88-17428) Registered 11Feb03 as N102MC as a North American-Case MV Jr AT-6; current [Jan20]. 
					90616 (MSN 88-17429)
					90617 (MSN 88-17430)
					90618 (MSN 88-17431) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Registered as N8156H; cancelled 13Jul60 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1709. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação, 
						Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations aboard Minas Gerais. 
						Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC at Galeão 18Dec64
					90619 (MSN 88-17432) 
					90620 (MSN 88-17433) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below each wing; 
						designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1960 as N5486V. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing in gusty conditions at General William J. Fox Airfield, Lancaster, CA 23Aug67. Complete rebuild from 
						components 1986. Registration expired 30Sep17, cancelled 18Apr18
				90621/90640 (MSN 88-17549/17568) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85768/85787
					90621 (MSN 88-17549)
					90622 (MSN 88-17550)
					90623 (MSN 88-17551) Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6199. Dennis G. Buehn, 
						Compton, CA. Registered Oct77 as N89013; current [Jan20]. 
					90624 (MSN 88-17552) Norfolk NAS, VA. Damaged landing at Myrtle Beach Field, SC 21Jan45. 
						Registered 1963 as N3620F to Wings of Dade County. Reregistered 1975 as N13AA; cancelled 5Nov85. 
						Registered 17Jan86 as VH-USN; current [May18]. Noted at Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, QLD Jul99. 
					90625 (MSN 88-17553)
					90626 (MSN 88-17554)
					90627 (MSN 88-17555)
					90628 (MSN 88-17556) Accident at Finley, GA 5Nov47
					90629 (MSN 88-17557)
					90630 (MSN 88-17558)
					90631 (MSN 88-17559)
					90632 (MSN 88-17560)
					90633 (MSN 88-17561) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted 
						below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N3644F; current [Jan20].
					90634 (MSN 88-17562) ex-USAAF 42-85781. Registered as N3627F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Feb62. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Feb62 as E.16-176. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-176. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-176.
						 Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; code 463-176. 
						Escuadrón 912, Grupo 91; code 912-48. Escuadrón 793, Academia General del Aire, 
						San Javier, Murcia; code 793-3. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. 
						Registered Jun82 as N29965; current [Jul20].  Force landed due to low oil engine pressure in  
						open field terrain in Charlotte County northwest of the Punta Gorda Airport (KPGD) in 
						Punta Gorda, Florida 1Apr17. The aircraft was part of a formation of four Texans when oil 
						started to impact the windscreen. The pilot pulled out of formation and headed back to
						 Punta Gorda but, a mile short of the runway, the engine seized with loss of oil. 
						With obstacles preventing a clear glide to the runway, the pilot elected to land on a 
						narrow strip of land. The airplane sustained minor damage and the two pilots onboard 
						were not injured. 
					90635 (MSN 88-17563)
					90636 (MSN 88-17564)
					90637 (MSN 88-17565)
					90638 (MSN 88-17566) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						TO Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0470. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-312. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; code 2-G-112. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-112
					90639 (MSN 88-17567)
					90640 (MSN 88-17568) Registered 1958 as N3275G; expired 30Sep11, cancelled 2Oct12
				90641/90680 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85858/85897 MSN 88-17639/17678
					90641 (MSN 88-17639) US Naval Reserve, Glenview NAS, IL. Registered 1958 as N3243G; 
						revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Apr19
					90642 (MSN 88-17640)
					90643 (MSN 88-17641)
					90644 (MSN 88-17642)
					90645 (MSN 88-17643, ex 42-85862) Accepted by US Navy Sep44. Pensacola NAS, FL Sep44. SOC 1958. 
						Sam Goldman/Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973. 
						Remained in store until 1988. Registered 24Jun98 as N645DS. First post-restoration flight 20Jul99. 
						Oshkosh 1999 Best T-6. Sun-N-Fun 2000 Grand Champion WWII. Damaged after forced landing off 
						airport at Arcade, NY 12Jul02. Registration current [Jan20].
						Conflict:
						(USCAR quotes identity as MSN 88-17678, BuAer 90680)
					90646 (MSN 88-17644) Registered as N5489V. Operated by Condor Squadron Officers and Airmens 
						Association Inc, Van Nuys Airport, Los Angeles, CA. Race #6. Crashed and destroyed in a fatal 
						mid-air collision with SNJ-5 N3626F [BuAer 51904] when this aircraft pulled up into the other 
						aircraft during a closed circuit air race at North Cape May, NJ 5Jun71 (1 fatality). Registration cancelled 24Aug71
					90647 (MSN 88-17645)
					90648 (MSN 88-17646)
					90649 (MSN 88-17647, ex 42-85866) Registered 1958 as N7976C. Reregistered Mar87 
						as N101RF; current [Jan20]. Registered 8Mar12 to Commemorative Air Force, Midland, TX; 
						Registered 20Nov13 to the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Dallas, TX
					90650 (MSN 88-17648)
					90651 (MSN 88-17649)
					90652 (MSN 88-17650)
					90653 (MSN 88-17651)
					90654 (MSN 88-17652, Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Registered as N6438D; current [Jan20]. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 1968. 
						Converted to a Nakajima B5N Kate replica for the filming of the movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968); 
						serial EII-301. Open storage at Long Beach, CA 1969/71, sold at auction Long Beach Feb71. 
						Used in the TV series “Baa Baa Black Sheep” [1976-78]. American Aeronautical Foundation Museum, 
						Van Nuys, CA 1984. Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX 1984/86. Damaged at Little Rock, AR 31May85 
						when the pilot was making a turn onto the taxiway and left landing gear strut failed at the upper end; 
						damage to left wing tip
					90655 (MSN 88-17653) Registered 28Jan95 as N30306 as a North American-Benner RA Jr SNJ-5 
						with MSN 90655-RAB; current [Jan20]. 
					90656 (MSN 88-17654, ex 42-85873) Accepted by US Navy at Dallas, TX 9Sep44. Delivered 
						to US Navy 13Sep44. Whiting Field NAAS, Milton, FL 13Sep44. Ellyson Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL 28Nov44. 
						VN3D8, Whiting Field NAAS, Milton, FL 1Jan45. Ellyson Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL 1Dec45. 
						Pensacola NAS, FL 5Apr46. Reconditioned at Pensacola 17Jul46. Houma NAS, LA 2Aug46; stored in 
						blimp hangar. Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ 29Oct47; stored. Reinstated to active service Jul52. 
						Pensacola NAS, FL 22Jul52. Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. FASRON 691, San Diego NAS, CA 6Sep52. Carrier duty aboard USS Shangri-LA (CV-38) 
						24Sep52. FASRON 895, Seattle NAS, WA 12Nov52. FASRON 113, Seattle NAS, WA 1953. 
						VF-54, Miramar NAS, San Diego, CA 13Oct53. FASRON 4, San Diego NAS, CA 11Mar54. 
						Pensacola NAS, FL 12Oct54. Naval Air Basic Training Command (NABTC), Barin NAAS, Foley, AL 27Dec54. 
						Pensacola NAS, FL 22Jan58. Stricken 23Jun58. Sam Goldman Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Reported as stored in original condition at Salisbury, MD 2005. Registered 5May05 as N5615C; current [Jan20.
					90657 (MSN 88-17655)
					90658 (MSN 88-17656)
					90659 (MSN 88-17657) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0471. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque 
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-313. 
						Wrecked in an accident 23May69 
					90660 (MSN 88-17658) Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Force landed at Dallas, TX 11Sep47. 
						To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6173. Written off 23Jan57
					90661 (MSN 88-17659, ex 42-85878) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack 
						mounted below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester 
						gear; designated SNJ-5C. Registered 1963 as N5591A to Kentucky Air Transport, Louisville, KY. 
						Reregistered 1966 as N1114 to Kentucky Air Transport, Louisville, KY. Destroyed by fire at Riverside 
						airport, Utica, NY 18Jun68 when the aircraft stalled during a steep turn at low altitude (2 fatalities). 
						Registration cancelled 5Aug68. Rebuilt by Joseph Cashen. Registered 14Apr86 as N621BC as a 
						North American-Cashen SNJ-5C with MSN 90654JC. Damaged when the pilot lost control during 
						landing and the aircraft struck some VASI lights at Van Nuys, CA 9Aug86. Sale reported 25Oct17, 
						registration cancelled 22Aug18. 
					90662 (MSN 88-17660) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Reported to have been operated in Israel and Biafra. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, 
						New York 1958. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0462. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque 
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-304. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; code 2-G-104. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-104 [1964], 
						later as 4-G-78 [1966]. SOC 1970. Donated to Aeroclub de Coronel Suarez, Buenos Aires in 1971; 
						displayed in a park belonging to the flying club. Recovered in very bad condition 1990. 
						Restored 1990 as 0462; code 2-A-304. Exhibited at Museo de la Aviación Naval Armada Argentina, 
						Comandante Espora, Buenos Aires.
					90663 (MSN 88-17661) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below each wing; 
						designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1958 as N3633F; cancelled 18May89. Registered 7Feb91 as VH-USS; current [May18]
						and current with Training Camden, Camden, New South Wales since September 9, 2015. 
					90664 (MSN 88-17662) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below each wing; 
						designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1958 as N3682F; expired 31Dec14, cancelled 3Jan18. Race #24 ‘How sweet it is’
					90665 (MSN 88-17663)
					90666 (MSN 88-17664) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below each wing; 
						designated SNJ-5B. Registered 21Apr00 as N77055 as a North American-Sawyer AT-6D; current [Jul20]
					90667 (MSN 88-17665)
					90668 (MSN 88-17666)
					90669 (MSN 88-17667) Composite rebuild, reported as recovered from a French scrap yard. 
						Registered 14Aug80 as F-AZBL. Rebuilt as a Mitsubishi A6M Zero replica with MSN SAM2-669. 
						Appeared in the movie “Empire of the Sun” [1987]. Reregistered Jun87 as F-WZBM. Restored as a 
						SNJ-5 with MSN 90669. Reregistered 28Sep89 as F-AZBL; current [Apr18]. Appeared in the 
						movie “The Anarchist's Wife” [2008].
						Conflict:
						Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Registered 1958 as N9801C with MSN 90-669; current [Jan20]. Substantially damaged 10Mar85 
						at Titusville-Cocoa Airport (TIX), Titusville, FL. A group of T-6 type aircraft were taking off in 
						sections of two aircraft each. Each section of two was making a formation take-off with a 5 to 6 
						second interval between sections. N58740 was in the left position of the 2nd section; 
						N9801C was in the left position of the 3rd section. During take-off, an aircraft in the 1st section 
						had an engine problem and the pilot aborted his take-off. He made a radio call to notify the 
						other pilots and the pilots of the 2nd section aborted their take-off. However, the pilot of N9801C,
						who was leading the 3rd section did not hear the radio call. His aircraft had poor forward visibility 
						while the tail wheel was on the ground. Therefore, he was not aware that the aircraft ahead were a
						borting until he raised the tail during the take-off roll. By then, it was too late to avoid a collision. 
						Subsequently, the left wing of N9801C struck the rudder and elevators of N58740 and both aircraft 
						were Substantially damaged. Restored to airworthy condition.  Seen at World War II Weekend in Reading, PA
						as N8901C.
					90670 (MSN 88-17668) Registered 1960 as N8215E; current [Jan20]. Vibration on take-off roll 
						from Rome, GA 1Sep85 which did not stop on liftoff and gear retraction. The aircraft returned and 
						landed gear up on the runway with a blown tire. 
					90671 (MSN 88-17669)
					90672 (MSN 88-17670) Registered 1959 as N6643C; current [Jan20
					90673 (MSN 88-17671)
					90674 (MSN 88-17672) 
					90675 (MSN 88-17673)
					90676 (MSN 88-17674) Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. Registered 2Nov61 as N8204E; 
						cancelled 30Jun70
					90677 (MSN 88-17675)
					90678 (MSN 88-17676) ex USAAF 42-85895.  Modified as a deck landing trainer with 
						tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. Modified by US Navy, Pensacola NAS, FL to T-6G standard 
						with arrestor gear, designated SNJ-7C; redesignated SNJ-5-7X. Storage at Litchfield Park NAF, 
						Phoenix, AZ Nov54; sold as surplus Aug56. Registered Aug56 as N4134A. Reregistered 13Jul62 as N830X; 
						cancelled 22Jan90. Registered G-BRVG 24Jan90; current [Jan20]. Owned and operated by 
						David Gilmour [Iron Maiden] 1992/2019
					90679 (MSN 88-17677) 
					90680 (MSN 88-17678, ex 42-85897) Stored at Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ Aug56. 
						Ace Smelting Inc, Phoenix, AZ 19Nov58. Registered 1959 as N6972C. Race #72 ‘Terrible Texan’. 
						Crashed at intersection of Alondra Boulevard and S Chester Avenue in Compton, CA 22Feb89. 
						At the beginning of a local pleasure flight, just after take-off from Compton/Woodley Airport, 
						the engine experienced a loss of power. Wires were struck during a forced landing on a 
						residential street. The pilot received minor injuries and the aircraft caught fire. Inspection of the 
						engine revealed that the number five cylinder was cracked in two parts. Rebuilt using parts
						from a FA Uruguaya T-6G. Damaged when ground looped landing Bob Sikes Field (CEW), 
						Crestview, FL 13May00. The flight had originated from Ruckel Field (FL17), Niceville, FL. 
						In cross-wind conditions, the aircraft experienced a sudden gust of wind from the right while 
						landing on the runway. The right wing raised causing the aircraft to weather-vane right. 
						When the aircraft touched down it departed the runway to the right. Due to uneven terrain, 
						the pilot was unable to hold the tail down while slowing at which point the aircraft ground 
						looped striking the propeller, cowling, left wing, and bending the left landing gear strut assembly. 
						Based in Czech Republic by 2012. Registration cancelled 17Nov16 on export to United Kingdom.
						Registered 21Nov16 as G-DHHF; current [Jul20]. Operated by DH Heritage Flights at Compton Abbas 
						Airfield, Dorset; used for public warbird experience flights
						Conflict:
						(USCAR quotes identity of N645DS - BuAer 90645, MSN 88-17643 - as MSN 88-17678)
				90681/90720 (MSN 88-17749/17788) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85968/86007
					90681 (MSN 88-17749)
					90682 (MSN 88-17750) Registered as N3637F; cancelled 29Jun70. Registered 27Aug60 to Embry-Riddle 
						International School of Aviation, Miami, FL
					90683 (MSN 88-17751)
					90684 (MSN 88-17752)
					90685 (MSN 88-17753) Los Alamitos NAS, CA.   Damaged by fire at March AFB, CA Sep 5, 1950.
					90686 (MSN 88-17754)
					90687 (MSN 88-17755)
					90688 (MSN 88-17756)
					90689 (MSN 88-17757)
					90690 (MSN 88-17758) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6174. Ground instructional airframe 
						as 3MSS-12 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture 
					90691 (MSN 88-17759) was USAAF 42-85978.  Registered 17Feb59 as N3203G; deregistered 23Mar72. 
						Reinstated 13Jan78. Reregistered 2Mar05 as N1634; current [Feb20]. 
					90692 (MSN 88-17760)
					90693 (MSN 88-17761)
					90694 (MSN 88-17762)
					90695 (MSN 88-17763)
					90696 (MSN 88-17764)
					90697 (MSN 88-17765)
					90698 (MSN 88-17766)
					90699 (MSN 88-17767) was USAAF 42-85986.  Registered as N3621F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to 
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						TO Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-149. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-149. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-149. 
						Escuadrón 912, Grupo 91; code 912-43. SOC 25Jul79. Registered as N26862; current [Feb20]. 
						Registered 22Jan07 to the American Airpower Museum, Republic Airport, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed on landing at Republic Airport, Farmingdale 5Oct19. 
					90700 (MSN 88-17768)
					90701 (MSN 88-17769)
					90702 (MSN 88-17770)
					90703 (MSN 88-17771)
					90704 (MSN 88-17772)
					90705 (MSN 88-17773)
					90706 (MSN 88-17774)
					90707 (MSN 88-17775)
					90708 (MSN 88-17776)
					90709 (MSN 88-17777)
					90710 (MSN 88-17778)
					90711 (MSN 88-17779) Registered as N7129C; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 13May19
					90712 (MSN 88-17780, ex 42-85999) Registered as N7130C. Twentieth Century Fox Film 
						Corporation 1968. Converted to a Nakajima B5N Kate replica for the filming of the movie 
						"Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968); serial AI-311. Open storage at Long Beach, CA 1969/71, 
						sold at auction Long Beach Feb71. Displayed at Minnesota Air & Space Museum, 
						Minneapolis, MN 1988/98. Registration expired 31May20
					90713 (MSN 88-17781) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 3Aug59 as 0477. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-107. 
					90714 (MSN 88-17782)
					90715 (MSN 88-17783)
					90716 (MSN 88-17784)
					90717 (MSN 88-17785)
					90718 (MSN 88-17786)
					90719 (MSN 88-17787)
					90720 (MSN 88-17788)
				90721/90740 (MSN 88-17869/17888) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-86088/86107
					90721 (MSN 88-17869)
					90722 (MSN 88-17870)
					90723 (MSN 88-17871)
					90724 (MSN 88-17872)
					90725 (MSN 88-17873) Registered as N3246G. Registered 6Sep91 to the American Airpower Heritage 
						Flying Museum, Dallas, TX; current [Feb20]. The aircraft struck a runway distance marker sign on the 
						landing rollout at Falcon Field Airport (FFZ), Mesa, Arizona 23Oct01. The airplane was owned by the 
						Confederate Air Force and rented by the pilot. The airplane sustained substantial damage when the wing 
						struck the marker sign. The pilot landed on the runway centerline with a right crosswind. On the landing 
						the airplane started to depart to the right of the runway. The pilot attempted to keep the airplane from 
						ground looping; however, it departed the runway and struck a sign. The pilot stated that after the airplane 
						came back onto the runway he knew that he had hit something, and thought it was the runway distance 
						marker sign.
					90726 (MSN 88-17874) US Naval Reserve, Mustin Field NAAS, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, PA. 
						Carried a two-star Admiral’s placard on the engine cowling. 
					90727 (MSN 88-17875)
					90728 (MSN 88-17876) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Sam Goldman/Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. Noted stored 
						unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973. Registered 29Feb08 as N708AW to Historic Aeroplane Works, 
						Roanoke, IN; current [Jul20]. 
					90729 (MSN 88-17877)
					90730 (MSN 88-17878)
					90731 (MSN 88-17879)
					90732 (MSN 88-17880) To Haiti Aviation Corps/Corps d’Aviation d’Haiti Dec48 as 86-099. 
						Registered as N9049Z. Registered as N22140; current [Feb20].
					90733 (MSN 88-17881)
					90734 (MSN 88-17882) Reserialled as 42-86101. Military Assistance Program [MAP]. Reimbursable 
						Aid to Government of Uruguay. Air freighted from USA to Montevideo, Uruguay Oct54 aboard a 
						USAF Douglas C-124 Globemaster. 
						To Uruguay Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 29Oct54 as 364. Grupo de Aviación No 1 (Ataque), 
						Base Aeronáutica No 2, Durazno, Santa Bernardina [Nov54]; reserialled as G2-364. To Brasil for overhaul 1960.
					90735 (MSN 88-17883) Registered as N7295C. Registered to Condor Squadron Officers and Airmens 
						Assoc Inc, Van Nuys Airport, Los Angeles, CA. Race #1. Registered 1976 as N1HZ. 
						Registered Jun81 as C-GPIN; cancelled 21Aug86 on export to USA. Registered Sep86 as N11HP; current [Feb20].
						Substantially damaged when the airplane ground looped during the take-off roll at Central Illinois Regional (BMI), 
						Bloomington, IL en route to Aurora, IL 22Sep07. The pilot reported that the airplane started to veer to the 
						left as he increased engine power for the take-off roll. He reduced engine power to idle as the airplane 
						departed off the left side of the runway. The right wingtip, tip rib, and aileron were damaged during the 
						ground loop. The pilot reported that his rapid advance of engine power and inadequate use of up-elevator 
						(back-stick) contributed to the tail becoming prematurely airborne and the subsequent loss of directional control
					90736 (MSN 88-17884)
					90737 (MSN 88-17885)
					90738 (MSN 88-17886) Damaged when nosed over at Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA 31Oct45 
					90739 (MSN 88-17887)
					90740 (MSN 88-17888) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6202. Written off 1Jul60
				90741/90780 (MSN 88-17949/17988) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-86168/86207
					90741 (MSN 88-17949) 
					90742 (MSN 88-17950) 
					90743 (MSN 88-17951) ex USAAF 42-86170.  Accepted by US Navy Mar44. Modified by US Navy, 
						Pensacola NAS, FL to T-6G standard with arrestor gear, designated SNJ-7C; redesignated SNJ-5-7X.. SOC Feb61
					90744 (MSN 88-17952) 
					90745 (MSN 88-17953) 
					90746 (MSN 88-17954) 
					90747 (MSN 88-17955) ex USAAF 42-86174.  Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook 
						arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. Registered 21Jul60 as N3651F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 14Dec61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-135. Modified to T-6D standard. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, 
						Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-135. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, Academia General del Aire, San Javier, 
						Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double 
						Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-135, later as C.6-135. Escuadrón 421, 
						Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; code 421-46. Escuadrón 981, Torrejón, Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid Jul69.
						 Escuadrón 514, Torrejón; code 514-5. Ala No 12, Torrejón. SOC 1Jul81. Stored in Museo del Aire compound, 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain [noted 1987]. Registered 13May94 as F-AZRB; current [May18]. 
					90748 (MSN 88-17956) 
					90749 (MSN 88-17957) 
					90750 (MSN 88-17958) 
					90751 (MSN 88-17959) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6175. Ground instructional airframe as 3MSS-01 
						with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture.
						Displayed as gate guard at Shimofusa AB, Chiba Prefecture  
					90752 (MSN 88-17960) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Registered 1958 as N3268G. Registered Jul87 as N964JD. Race #64. Oshkosh 1987 Reserve Grand Champion, 
						Warbird. Registered 27Jul00 as N98RJ; current [Jul20]. Registration N752WG reserved Jun10; not taken up.
					90753 (MSN 88-17961) 
					90754 (MSN 88-17962) 
					90755 (MSN 88-17963) 
					90756 (MSN 88-17964) 
					90757 (MSN 88-17965) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6181  
					90758 (MSN 88-17966) 
					90759 (MSN 88-17967) 
					90760 (MSN 88-17968) Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Force landed at Dallas, TX 11Sep47. 
					90761 (MSN 88-17969) 
					90762 (MSN 88-17970) 
					90763 (MSN 88-17971) 
					90764 (MSN 88-17972) 
					90765 (MSN 88-17973) Remanufactured to T-6G 49-2949
					90766 (MSN 88-17974) 
					90767 (MSN 88-17975) 
					90768 (MSN 88-17976) 
					90769 (MSN 88-17977) 
					90770 (MSN 88-17978) 
					90771 (MSN 88-17979) 
					90772 (MSN 88-17980) 
					90773 (MSN 88-17981, ex 42-86200) Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Force landed at Dallas, TX 11Sep47. 
						Registered as N3617F; current [Jul20]. Substantially damaged when the aircraft collided with crops 
						caused by fuel starvation while crop spraying at low level at Pittstown, NJ 21Jul74. The landing gear handle broke 
						just after take-off from French Valley Airport, Rancho, CA 19Mar99. The pilot attempted to lower the landing 
						by pushing on the broken linkage but failed and landed with the gear retracted. The aircraft, registered to 
						Gaillard Aviation Corp. and doing business as American Warbirds on a sightseeing flight, experienced a 
						loss of engine power shortly after take-off from the Chehalis-Centralia Airport, Chehalis, Washington 8Sep05. 
						The aircraft subsequently touched down hard on the remaining runway which damaged the landing gear. 
						The aircraft was substantially damaged during the subsequent gear-up landing. The pilot and passenger 
						were not injured. The pilot stated that during the pre-take-off check, he recorded on the manifest that he 
						switched the fuel selector to the fullest fuel tank, but failed to physically perform the action of switching 
						the fuel selector. During the take-off initial climb at about 100 feet above ground level, the engine began 
						to lose power. The landing gear was already retracted and the pilot called for his passenger to extend the 
						landing gear. The pilot switched the fuel selector to the fullest fuel tank and pumped the manual fuel pump. 
						At the same time as the aircraft touched down hard on the remaining runway, the engine regained power 
						and the pilot continued the take-off. The landing gear was left in the extended position and was soon 
						determined that the right main landing gear torque link was damaged and the wheel was 90 degrees to the 
						direction of flight. After discussing the situation with the ground crew, the pilot elected to land the aircraft 
						with the landing gear retracted. During the gear-up landing, the aircraft slid off the runway surface into a 
						muddy area, colliding with a runway taxi light and raised manhole cover.
					90774 (MSN 88-17982) 
					90775 (MSN 88-17983) 
					90776 (MSN 88-17984) 
					90777 (MSN 88-17985) 
					90778 (MSN 88-17986)  
					90779 (MSN 88-17987) 
					90780 (MSN 88-17988) 
				90781/90820 (MSN 88-18059/18098) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-86278/86317
					90781 (MSN 88-18059) 
					90782 (MSN 88-18060) 
					90783 (MSN 88-18061) 
					90784 (MSN 88-18062) 
					90785 (MSN 88-18063)  
					90786 (MSN 88-18064)
					90787 (MSN 88-18065) Registered as N5498V to Coastal Aviation Corporation. Delivered by ship 
						to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-126. Reconditioned and 
						assembled by Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns and rocket launchers. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala ? 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Oct61; code 3-126. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid Jan63. Reconfigured to unarmed condition. Grupo del Estado Mayor, 
						Ala Mixta No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Mar63; code 3-126. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-126. 
						Accident 20Apr80. SOC Nov80. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. Registered Nov83 as N45000; current [Jul20]. 
					90788 (MSN 88-18066) 
					90789 (MSN 88-18067) Registered as N3366G. Reregistered 1972 as N41BT. Race #41. 
						Reregistered 1977 as N789NA. Race #77 ‘The Wildcatter’. Registered 1980 as N41BT; expired 15Jul08, 
						cancelled 8Nov12. Damaged in ground collision at Casper, WY 14May80. Restored 3Nov14 as N41BT; 
						current [Feb20]. 
					90790 (MSN 88-18068) was USAAF 42-86287.  Accepted by US Navy 12Oct44 at Dallas, TX. 
						San Diego NAS, CA. Seattle NAS, WA 26Oct44. Stored at Glynco NAS, GA Feb47; Anacostia NARTU, 
						Washington, DC Jul48. Pensacola NAS, Florida. Suntley NAS, Florida. Monterey NAS, California. 
						San Diego NAS, California. Miramar NAS, California. Alameda NAS, California. Kwajalein NAS, 
						Marshall Islands Jan-Oct54 for the atomic bomb tests. FASRON-117, NAS ? 14 Barbers Point, 
						Hawaii Apr56. North Island NAS, California Aug61. Acquired by Planes of Fame Air Museum in 1961. 
						Registered as N3375G; current with Planes of Fame Museum, Chino [Feb20]. In 1977, the SNJ was 
						modified with a single seat cockpit and pointed tail cone fairing to resemble a Mitsubishi A6M Zero 
						(the cockpit canopy actually came from the museum’s Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero), for use in the Blacksheep S
						quadron television series; later returned to standard two-seat configuration. When taxying at 
						Chino Airport (KCNO), San Bernardino County, California 13Apr19, the left wing of the SNJ-5 clipped a
						blade on the propeller of a Glasair GS-2 Sportsman N316RM; the SNJ-5 was substantially damaged.
					90791 (MSN 88-18069) Accident eleven miles south of Kelso, WA 24Jun46. 
					90792 (MSN 88-18070) 
					90793 (MSN 88-18071) 
					90794 (MSN 88-18072) Registered as N7998C; cancelled 4Oct88. Civil Air Patrol, New Hampshire 
						Wing, Manchester, NH 1963. Registered 3Mar89 as ZS-WFD; current [May18]. 
					90795 (MSN 88-18073) North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1947. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						To Argentine Navy/Dirección General de Aviación Naval 1Aug47 as 0210. Renamed as 
						Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval 
						Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-23 
					90796 (MSN 88-18074)
					90797 (MSN 88-18075) 
					90798 (MSN 88-18076) 
					90799 (MSN 88-18077) 
					90800 (MSN 88-18078) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below each 
						wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N4749C. Reregistered as N66JL. Race #66. En route from West 
						Memphis, AR to Greenville, SC 19Sep73, the propeller tip separated causing vibration and the engine stopped. 
						During the forced landing, the landing gear was lowered early and caused the aircraft to nose over when 
						it landed in a field of crops near West Memphis. Reregistered May86 as N810JF; current [Feb20]. 
						Damaged after landing at Baton Rouge, LA 21May89. Turning from the runway to taxiway, a gust 
						lifted the left wing. The aircraft veered right onto the grass and back onto the runway
					90801 (MSN 88-18079) Registered as N3634F. Registered as TI-260P.  
					90802 (MSN 88-18080)
					90803 (MSN 88-18081)
					90804 (MSN 88-18082)
					90805 (MSN 88-18083) was USAAF 42-86302).  Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail 
						hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. Registered 27May08 as N713AW to Historic Aeroplane Works, 
						Roanoke, IN; expired 19Jan12, cancelled 8Jan18
					90806 (MSN 88-18084)
					90807 (MSN 88-18085) 
					90808 (MSN 88-18086) 
					90809 (MSN 88-18087) 
					90810 (MSN 88-18088) 
					90811 (MSN 88-18089) ex USAAF 42-86308.  Registered as N3634F. Registered in 
						Costa Rica as TI-260P; cancelled by Jun58
					90812 (MSN 88-18090) 
					90813 (MSN 88-18091) Accident at Rockaway, Queens, NY 17May46
					90814 (MSN 88-18092) 
					90815 (MSN 88-18093)  
					90816 (MSN 88-18094)
					90817 (MSN 88-18095) 
					90818 (MSN 88-18096) 
					90819 (MSN 88-18097) 
					90820 (MSN 88-18098) 
				90821/90850 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-86388/86417
					90821 (MSN 88-17169) 
					90822 (MSN 88-18170) Accepted by US Navy 30Oct44. Stored at Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. SOC 26Aug57. 
						Registered as N3149G, cancelled. Noted dismantled at Pima County Museum, Tucson, AZ 23Sep74
					90823 (MSN 88-18171) Registered 1958 as N6432D; current [Oct19]. Substantially damaged 
						when the pilot lost control landing at Chino, CA 10Aug19. The pilot reported that, during his 
						ninth touch-and-go landing and shortly after touchdown, the airplane bounced. He wanted to 
						apply partial power and continue to land, but he heard the safety pilot declare, “I have,” so the 
						pilot responded, “you have,” and gave the controls to the safety pilot. The safety pilot reported that, 
						during landing, the left main landing gear touched down on the runway first, followed by the right 
						main landing gear, and the airplane “popped up” with a nose-high attitude. The airplane started to 
						climb, continued to pitch higher, and rolled right, so he took the controls, applied power, and 
						lowered the nose, but the right wingtip struck the ground, and the airplane impacted terrain. 
						The airplane sustained substantial damage to the engine mount and truss
					90824 (MSN 88-18172)
					90825 (MSN 88-18173) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Registered as N5195V; cancelled 22Jul60 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 12Oct60 as 1700. 2nd Esquadrilha de Ligação e 
						Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations 
						aboard Minas Gerais. Accident at Galeão 14Feb63. SOC
					90826 (MSN 88-18174) Registered as N7987C, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17. 
						Substantially damaged landing wheels up at Picayune, MS 26Nov66. Wrecked when the engine f
						ailed on take-off and the aircraft crashed into a hangar at Ann Harbor, MI 29Jun69
					90827 (MSN 88-18175)
					90828 (MSN 88-18176)
					90829 (MSN 88-18177)
					90830 (MSN 88-18178)
					90831 (MSN 88-18179)
					90832 (MSN 88-18180)
					90833 (MSN 88-18181)
					90834 (MSN 88-18182)
					90835 (MSN 88-18183)
					90836 (MSN 88-18184)
					90837 (MSN 88-18185) US Naval Basic Training Command, Whiting Field NAS, Milton, FL 1953. 
						Registered as N3724G; current [Feb20]
					90838 (MSN 88-18186)
					90839 (MSN 88-18187)
					90840 (MSN 88-18188)
					90841 (MSN 88-18189) Registered as N9057Z to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to 
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-151. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-151. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with armament for counter insurgency (COIN) operations. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-151. Escuadrón 511; code 511-11. Crashed on a farm at Añover 
						de Tajo, Toledo 19Feb68 (2KIS). SOC 12Mar68. Registration N3145J assigned 12Dec91; not taken up, cancelled 31May11
					90842 (MSN 88-18190)
					90843 (MSN 88-18191)
					90844 (MSN 88-18192)
					90845 (MSN 88-18193)
					90846 (MSN 88-18194)
					90847 (MSN 88-18195) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Registered as NX7978C for racing. Raced in National Air Races at 
						Cleveland, OH 1946/49. Race #65; pilot Dot Lemon. Reregistered as N7978C; cancelled 4May59 
						on export to México. Ace Smelting Inc., Phoenix, AZ 1959. Registered as XB-GEM. Historic 
						Aeroplane Works, Roanoke, IN. Registered 20Feb08 as N705AW; current [Feb20]
					90848 (MSN 88-18196)
					90849 (MSN 88-18197)
					90850 (MSN 88-18198)
				90851/90890 (MSN 88-18269/28308) ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-86488/86527 
					90851 (MSN 88-18269)
					90852 (MSN 88-18270)
					90853 (MSN 88-18271)
					90854 (MSN 88-18272)
					90855 (MSN 88-18273)
					90856 (MSN 88-18274)
					90857 (MSN 88-18275) 
					90858 (MSN 88-18276)	Boca Chica Field, Key West NAS, Boca Chica Key, FL. Force landed with 
						mechanical failure at MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 4Apr46
					90859 (MSN 88-18277)
					90860 (MSN 88-18278) North Island NAS, San Diego, CA. Ace Smelting Inc., Phoenix, AZ 19Nov58. 
						Registered 17Jul59 as N7299C; cancelled 25Mar64. Scrapped
					90861 (MSN 88-18279)
					90862 (MSN 88-18280)
					90863 (MSN 88-18281) Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6204
					90864 (MSN 88-18282)
					90865 (MSN 88-18283)
					90866 (MSN 88-18284) Registered 1959 as N3650F. Reregistered 1975 as N90866. Reregistered 1Jul78 as N100GD; 
						sale reported 23Nov92, cancelled 4Jan11. US Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, Irvine, CA 1986.
						Exhibited at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum, Miramar MCAS, San Diego, CA 1999.  
					90867 (MSN 88-18285)
					90868 (MSN 88-18286) Registered 1979 as N9013A. Ground looped after landing at Falcon Field, Mesa, Arizona 17Apr97. 
						The airplane sustained substantial damage, and there were no injuries to the pilot or passenger. 
						The pilot stated that there were some buildings adjacent to the landing runway that were obstructing the 
						surface wind such that there was no noticeable crosswind at touchdown. However, as the tail wheel touched down, 
						wind from between the buildings caused the airplane to suddenly weathervane to the right and
						depart the hard surface runway into soft dirt where the right main gear dug in and broke away 
						from the airframe. The pilot further stated that in this model, the tail wheel is unlocked by moving 
						the control stick forward. Since he made a wheeled landing, he thought that he may have pushed 
						the stick forward enough to unlock the tail wheel and then did not get it back into the relock 
						range before encountering the sudden onset of the crosswind. Reregistered 8Aug12 as N2812H; current [Feb20]
					90869 (MSN 88-18287)
					90870 (MSN 88-18288) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6176. Stored at Oita Airport, Oita Prefecture Nov68. 
						Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 1968. Rebuilt at Oita for the filming of the movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968). 
					90871 (MSN 88-18289)
					90872 (MSN 88-18290)
					90873 (MSN 88-18291)
					90874 (MSN 88-18292)
					90875 (MSN 88-18293)
					90876 (MSN 88-18294)
					90877 (MSN 88-18295)
					90878 (MSN 88-18296)
					90879 (MSN 88-18297)
					90880 (MSN 88-18298) Pensacola NAS, FL. Force landed with mechanical failure ten miles north 
						of Shreveport, LA 7Oct46
					90881 (MSN 88-18299)
					90882 (MSN 88-18300) Registered as N3148G. Reregistered 21Feb14 as N6TF. 
						Reregistered 28Jan15 as N16FF; current [Feb20 
					90883 (MSN 88-18301)
					90884 (MSN 88-18302) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to 
						Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0463. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 2-A-305. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; 
						code 4-G-105 [1960]. Crashed when the crew bailed out after mechanical failure 15 km west of 
						Pigue, Buenos Aires province 15Apr64
					90885 (MSN 88-18303) Pensacola NAS, FL. Crash landed after mechanical failure at 
						Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL 3Apr47
					90886 (MSN 88-18304)
					90887 (MSN 88-18305)
					90888 (MSN 88-18306)
					90889 (MSN 88-18307)
					90890 (MSN 88-18308)
				90891/90930 (MSN 121-41607/41646) ex-USAAF AT-6D 44-80885/80924.
					90891 (MSN 121-41607)
					90892 (MSN 121-41608)
					90893 (MSN 121-41609)
					90894 (MSN 121-41610)
					90895 (MSN 121-41611)
					90896 (MSN 121-41612) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C; USS Midway [CVB-41] [Mar52]. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. 
						MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 3Aug59 as 0480
					90897 (MSN 121-41613)
					90898 (MSN 121-41614)
					90899 (MSN 121-41615)
					90900 (MSN 121-41616)
					90901 (MSN 121-41617)
					90902 (MSN 121-41618)
					90903 (MSN 121-41619) NAS ? 959 Marpi Point, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. 
						Damaged landing at Northwest Field, Guam 1Apr46.  
					90904 (MSN 121-41620) Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6201
					90905 (MSN 121-41621)
					90906 (MSN 121-41622) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C.
						Exhibited at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC 2005/06. Registered 18Aug09 
						as N101JG; current [Feb20]
					90907 (MSN 121-41623) Registered 1958 as N3673F; expired 20Jun06, cancelled 18Jul11. 
						Substantially damaged when the landing gear was inadvertently retracted taxying in from 
						landing at Greater Wilmington Airport, Wilmington, DE 31Jan65. Substantially damaged when 
						the aircraft collided with an overrun barrier at Langley AFB, Hampton, VA 29Jul78. 
						Substantially damaged at Toughkenamon, PA 16May82. According to the pilot, take-off and 
						departure were normal, however, shortly after the first power reduction the engine lost 
						power and wind-milled to touchdown. The pilot in the rear seat took control of the 
						aircraft and landed in a plowed field. The loss of power was attributed to a master rod 
						separation. Registered Jul93 as N9DA; cancelled.
					90908 (MSN 121-41624)
					90909 (MSN 121-41625)
					90910 (MSN 121-41626)
					90911 (MSN 121-41627) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6200.  
					90912 (MSN 121-41628)
					90913 (MSN 121-41629)
					90914 (MSN 121-41630) Registered 1May61 as N1142U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; cancelled 3Jun70
					90915 (MSN 121-41631)
					90916 (MSN 121-41632) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0472. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 2-A-314. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; 
						code 2-G-114. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-114
					90917 (MSN 121-41633) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6193. Ground instructional airframe 
						as 3MSS-04 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture. 
						Dennis G. Buehn, Long Beach, CA. Registration N2266Z assigned May78. Registered May79 
						as N1038A; current [Jul20
					90918 (MSN 121-41634, ex 44-80912) Registered as N8158H. Substantially damaged after 
						take-off from Long Beach Municipal Airport, CA 22Jul72 when the pilot selected the empty left fuel tank, 
						the engine stopped with fuel exhaustion and the aircraft was crash landed. 
						Dennis G. Buehn, Long Beach, CA 1976. Reregistered 1977 as N96RM. Reregistered as N26BT; 
						cancelled 11Aug11 on export to the Republic of China/Taiwan
					90919 (MSN 121-41635)
					90920 (MSN 121-41636)
					90921 (MSN 121-41637)
					90922 (MSN 121-41638)
					90923 (MSN 121-41639)
					90924 (MSN 121-41640)
					90925 (MSN 121-41641)
					90926 (MSN 121-41642) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6210. Dennis G. Buehn, 
						Long Beach, CA. Registered May78 as N2266W; current [Jul20 
					90927 (MSN 121-41643)
					90928 (MSN 121-41644)
					90929 (MSN 121-41645)
					90930 (MSN 121-41646)
				90931/90960 (MSN 121-41717/41746) ex-USAAF AT-6D 44-80995/81024.
					90931 (MSN 121-41717)
					90932 (MSN 121-41718)
					90933 (MSN 121-41719) Accident at Jackson Field, MS 13May46.  
					90934 (MSN 121-41720)
					90935 (MSN 121-41721)
					90936 (MSN 121-41722) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to 
						Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 3Aug59 as 0486 
					90937 (MSN 121-41723)
					90938 (MSN 121-41724)
					90939 (MSN 121-41725)
					90940 (MSN 121-41726) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to 
						Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0464. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento 
						Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-308. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
						Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-306. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra 
						Aeronaval No 2; code 2-G-106. Lost overboard after an unsuccessful arrest landing on the 
						deck of ARA Independencia 12Sep61. SOC Oct61 The wreckage was recovered by a fishing vessel 28Feb08. 
					90941 (MSN 121-41727)
					90942 (MSN 121-41728)
					90943 (MSN 121-41729)
					90944 (MSN 121-41730) Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Force landed at Dallas, TX 11Sep47. 
						To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6212. Stored at Oita Airport, Oita Prefecture Nov68. 
						Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 1968. Rebuilt at Oita as a non-flying Zero replica for 
						the filming of the movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968).
					90945 (MSN 121-41731) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to 
						Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0465. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 2-A-307. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; 
						code 2-G-107. Crashed after a mid-air collision with another T-6 Texan in the vicinity of 
						Ingeniero White, province of Buenos Aires, 30Jan61 (1KIS). 
					90946 (MSN 121-41732, ex 44-81010) Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, TX. Built from spare 
						parts as a racer 1984/90. Registered Jan90 as N125JD. Race #21 ‘Mystical Power’. Registered 3Jun98 
						as N212TC. Substantially damaged when it struck a ditch during an off-airport forced landing just 
						east of the Torrington Municipal Airport (TOR), Torrington, Wyoming 19Sep05. The flight 
						originated in Ogden (OGD), Utah, and was en route to Scottsbluff (BFF), Nebraska. The pilot was 
						descending from a cruising altitude of 13,500 feet for landing at Scottsbluff, Nebraska. 
						During the descent, the cylinder number 1 failed followed immediately by the failure of cylinder 
						number 2 and within about 4 seconds a total seizure of the engine. The pilot made a forced 
						landing in an alfalfa field approximately two miles east of TOR. During the landing, the airplane 
						impacted a berm that separated the left main landing gear and wrinkled the left wing. 
						According to a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) inspector, the left wing was wrinkled, one 
						blade on the propeller was bent, and the right main gear and wheel were destroyed. 
						Historic Aeroplane Works, Roanoke, IN 4May06. Rebuilt, first flight 2008. Destroyed following impact with 
						terrain near Simla, Colorado 9Jul09. The pilot was fatally injured. The airplane had departed from 
						Centennial Airport, Englewood (APA), CO. Four witnesses observed the airplane performing aerobatic 
						maneuvers for approximately 15 minutes. They observed the airplane pull up vertical and perform 
						a wing over or roll type maneuver. The airplane then entered a spin, which continued until the
						 airplane impacted the ground. A post impact fire erupted immediately after impact. Examination of the 
						airplane showed the fuselage from the leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer forward to the engine 
						firewall mostly consumed by fire. The inboard half of the left wing and the inboard four feet of the 
						right wing were mostly consumed by fire. All flight control surfaces were present in the wreckage 
						and flight control cable continuity was verified from all flight control surfaces to the forward cockpit 
					90947 (MSN 121-41733)
					90948 (MSN 121-41734)
					90949 (MSN 121-41735)
					90950 (MSN 121-41736, ex 44-81014) Registered as N3239G. Twentieth Century Fox Film 
						Corporation 1968. Converted to a Nakajima B5N Kate replica for the filming of the 
						movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968); serial AI-301. Open storage at Long Beach, CA 1969/71, sold at 
						auction Long Beach Feb71. Confederate Air Force, Harlingen TX 28Jan72. The aircraft stalled and 
						crashed during a low level demonstration at an air show at Kingsville NAS, TX 25Jun83. 
						Registered Nov89 as N1689C; current [Jul20]. Restored to standard SNJ-5 configuration
					90951 (MSN 121-41737) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to
						Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0466. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 2-A-308. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; 
						code 2-G-108. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 4; 
						code 4-G-108. Crashed at Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina 20Mar68
					90952 (MSN 121-41738) ex-USAAF 44-81016.  Registered 17Feb59 as N3204G. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost directional control after a hard landing at Provo, UT 30Jun78. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control on rollout at Riverside/Rubid, CA 27Feb94. The aircraft 
						veered off the runway; the tail wheel locking pin had sheared. Based at Museum of Flying,
						Santa Monica Municipal Airport, Los Angeles, CA 1997/06. Damaged when the aircraft was 
						taxyed to the runway for departure at Santa Monica Municipal Airport 6May04. Due to 
						construction on the north taxiway the pilot was instructed to hold short of the runway. 
						After engine run up the pilot contacted the tower requesting take-off clearance with a right hand turn. 
						The SNJ was cleared into position and then was cleared for take-off. While taxiing into position,
						the aircraft’s propeller struck a taxiway sign, causing damage to the propeller tip's and taxiway sign. 
						The pilot was unaware of the propeller strike and took off when cleared by the tower. 
						When the tower controller was advised of the propeller strike, he contacted the pilot and 
						advised him of the incident. The aircraft then returned to the airport and landed without incident. 
						Registration cancelled 9May13. Reregistered 26Aug13 as N3204G; current [Jul20]. 
					90953 (MSN 121-41739) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted 
						below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N9168Z; deregistered 3Sep71, revoked 14Jan77, 
						cancelled 13Feb17
					90954 (MSN 121-41740)
					90955 (MSN 121-41741) Registered Feb89 as N105DG; cancelled. Damaged in collision with 
						Cessna 152 N6084M during taxy at Lancaster, TX 14Mar92; the pilot was doing turns to see 
						ahead but did not see the other aircraft which took evasive action but was struck by the wing 
						of the T-6 which damaged the Cessna windshield and injured the head of the pilot. 
						The SNJ-5, N105DG, collided with another AT-6, N90629, on the runway at the beginning 
						of a take-off roll at the airport in Glendale, Arizona 1Aug95. The AT-6 (N90629) awaiting 
						take-off on the runway received substantial damage when the AT-6 (N105DG) behind it 
						started its take-off roll and collided with the wing of N90629. The two aircraft were 
						part of a group of five WW-II Warbirds departing single ship for an across-the-country 
						tour of aircraft celebrating the end of the World War II. The investigation revealed that 
						N105DG was number 3 in the group of similar aircraft to take-off. The number 1 aircraft 
						began its take-off with about 5 seconds separation for spacing. The number 2 aircraft (N90629) 
						was waiting his turn, as briefed, for take-off when the collision occurred. The pilot of the 
						number 3 aircraft stated to an Federal Aviation Administration inspector that he didn't 
						understand the pre-take off pilot briefing regarding the take-off procedures. He initiated 
						his take-off and his left wing collided with the right wing of the number 2 aircraft. 
						The pilot of N105DG stated in his report that he understood that the number 2 aircraft 
						would be making a formation take-off with the lead aircraft. All aircraft taxyed onto 
						the runway and he then lined up on the right side of the runway with the number 1 aircraft 
						in view. He observed the lead aircraft begin its take-off roll and assumed that the number 2 
						aircraft was rolling within formation with him. The pilot counted 5 to 6 seconds for spacing 
						and started his take-off roll. He angled to the left to align the aircraft with the runway 
						centerline and then straightened out on the runway centerline. At this time, the pilot 
						observed the number 2 aircraft still stationary in front and to the left. He attempted to 
						avoid a collision by going to the right but was unsuccessful. The left wing of N105DG 
						collided with the right wing of N90629. The pilot of N90629 stated in his report that he 
						pulled nearly abeam of the lead aircraft and stopped. After lead began his take-off roll, 
						he began to count before he released his brakes. As he reached the count of 4 seconds, 
						N105DG went by on the right and collided with his right wing. He further stated that the 
						group had briefed that morning and it was decided that an interval take-off would be 
						made because the runway was too narrow.
					90956 (MSN 121-41742) Registered 1958 as N3631F; current [Feb20].
					90957 (MSN 121-41743)
					90958 (MSN 121-41744)
					90959 (MSN 121-41745)
					90960 (MSN 121-41746)
				90961/90995 (MSN 121-41812/41846) ex-USAAF AT-6D 44-81090/81124.
					90961 (MSN 121-41812) to Venezuelan AF/ Fuerza Aérea Venezolana
					90962 (MSN 121-41813) to Venezuelan Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Venezolana. Registered as N7974C; 
						deregistered 24Nov71, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17. 
					90963 (MSN 121-41814) to Venezuelan AF/ Fuerza Aérea Venezolana
					90964 (MSN 121-41815) 
					90965 (MSN 121-41816) 
					90966 (MSN 121-41817) 
					90967 (MSN 121-41818) 
					90968 (MSN 121-41819) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6205. Returned to US Government. Scrapped. 
					90969 (MSN 121-41820) 
					90970 (MSN 121-41821) 
					90971 (MSN 121-41822) 
					90972 (MSN 121-41823) 
					90973 (MSN 121-41824) 
					90974 (MSN 121-41825) Registered as N9818C to Coastal Aviation Corporation; revoked 14Jan77. 
						Delivered by ship to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea 
						de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-124. Reconditioned and assembled by 
						Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns, rocket launchers and an auxiliary 
						fuel tank in the rear cockpit. Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 3-122. 
						Departed Villanubla 18Mar61 to Jerez de la Frontera en route to Sidi Ifni for COIN operations 
						in Spanish Morocco. Villanubla AB, Valladolid Nov61. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid Jan63. Reconfigured to unarmed condition. Grupo del Estado Mayor, 
						Ala Mixta No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Mar63; code 3-124. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-124. 
						Escuadrón 601, Ala No 37, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 601-09. Escuadrón 421, Getafe, Madrid; 
						code 421-45. SOC 1Jul81. Academia de Ingeniería Aeronáutica, Madrid. Museo del Aire, 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid; used as a travelling exhibit
					90975 (MSN 121-41826) 
					90976 (MSN 121-41827) spun in on landing at NAAS Barin Field, Foley, AL May 11, 1953.
					90977 (MSN 121-41828) 
					90978 (MSN 121-41829) 
					90979 (MSN 121-41830) 
					90980 (MSN 121-41831) 
					90981 (MSN 121-41832) 
					90982 (MSN 121-41833) Registered 1May61 as N1141U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 5Jan62. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-155. Modified to T-6D standard.
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-155. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-155, later as C.6-155. Escuadrón 744, Matacán AB, Salamanca; 
						code 744-155. SOC 16Jun80. Displayed at Museo del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid in false Marks 
						as ‘C. 6-135; code 421-35’
					90983 (MSN 121-41834) 
					90984 (MSN 121-41835) ex-USAAF 44-81113.  Registered 1960 as N8223E; current [Jul20]. 
						Damaged when the landing gear collapsed after landing at Greenville, AL 2Oct08.
						Conflict:
						MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0469. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque 
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-311. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; code 2-G-111. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-111. SOC 1969
					90985 (MSN 121-41836) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1Nov61 as N3266G to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 14Dec61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-133. Modified to T-6D standard. Escuela Básica 
						de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-133. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, Academia General del Aire, 
						San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. 
						Modified with armament for counter insurgency (COIN) operations. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-133. 
						Escuadrón 511; code 511-11. Accident 20Oct70. SOC 30Dec70
					90986 (MSN 121-41837) US Naval Reserve, Willow Grove NAS, Horsham, PA  
					90987 (MSN 121-41838) 
					90988 (MSN 121-41839) 
					90989 (MSN 121-41840) Registered 1961 as N9804C; current [Aug19]. Substantially damaged after 
						engine failure caused by fuel starvation in a forced landing and collision with a fence at 
						Basking Ridge, NJ 3Jan64
					90990 (MSN 121-41841)
					90991 (MSN 121-41842) Registered 1960 as N8203E. Reregistered 1976 as N73SL.
						Was flying on the civil register as N73SL, registered to Scott Rozzell 
						of Houston, Texas and carried the name 'Oh Baby'.   Substantially 
						damaged during landing near Houston, Texas 27Mar94. The private pilot was not injured.
						The pilot stated in the Pilot/Operator report that during the landing roll he "looked along the left 
						side of the cowling to gage the remaining runway”. He further reported that the "aircraft turned to 
						the right into the prevailing crosswind," rolled onto the grass, with the braking action becoming "ineffective”. 
						Subsequently, the aircraft right wing impacted a tree and came to rest in a water-filled ditch. The left 
						main landing gear had sheared and there was damage to the left wing. 
						Registration N991VR reserved Apr 6, 2004, taken up May 5, 2004.
					90992 (MSN 121-41843) Registered 17Oct61 as N3622F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 14Dec61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-152. Modified to T-6D standard. Escuela 
						Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-152. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-152, later as C.6-152. Escuadrón 526, Jerez de la Frontera; code 526-11.
						SOC 25Jul79. Displayed at Villanubla AB, Valladolid, Spain 1995 with false code ‘33-152’
					90993 (MSN 121-41844) 
					90994 (MSN 121-41845) VF-876, Moffett Field NAS, CA. Fatal crash fifteen miles southwest of 
						Independence Airport, CA 23Aug52. Registration N6218N assigned 12Apr93; not taken up, cancelled 18May11  
					90995 (MSN 121-41846) ex USAAF 44-81124.  Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a 
						bomb rack mounted below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1960 as N8201E. 
						Reregistered Dec89 as N12KY; current [Jul20]. Sustained minor damage when it collided with a 
						Grob Flugzeugbau G103 Twin Astir, N39810, when taxying after landing at Pueblo Memorial Airport (PUB), 
						Pueblo, Colorado 13Mar07. The Grob, which was stationary but with its engine running, was substantially 
						damaged. The pilots on board both airplanes were not injured. The flight of the SNJ-5 originated from 
						Centennial Airport (APA), Englewood, Colorado. The SNJ-5's right wheel ran over the right wing of the Grob. 
						The SNJ-5 sustained minor damage to its right wing tip, leading edge and right aileron. According to the 
						pilot of the Grob, he had stopped and was obtaining taxy clearance and ATIS information when the 
						SNJ-5's main landing gear rolled over his right wing. Substantially damaged during a forced landing 
						to a field eight miles southeast of Wolcott, Colorado 5May08. The cross-country flight departed 
						Centennial Airport (APA), Englewood, Colorado and was en route to Wendover, Nevada. 
						The aircraft was in cruise flight at 12,500 feet msl when the engine stopped running. Attempts to 
						restart the engine were unsuccessful. The pilot performed a forced landing to rolling, uneven terrain. 
						During the landing, both wings and the engine separated from the fuselage. The fuselage came to rest 
						inverted in a shallow ravine. Examination of the engine revealed the fuel pump drive gear was pressed 
						into the flange and would not rotate by hand
				90996/91035 (MSN 121-41932/41971) ex-USAAF AT-6D 44-81210/81249.
						90996 (MSN 121-41932) ex-USAAF 44-81210.  Registered 1959 as N4230G. 
							Reregistered 1970 as N21JD; current [Jul20]. 
						Damaged when hit a power line pole at the approach end of the runway when landing at 
						Grain Valley, MO 25Oct71. Race #49. Damaged when the engine lost power on take-off at 
						Reno, NV 14Sep81. The take-off was aborted, the aircraft landed straight ahead, ran off the 
						runway and turned over
					90997 (MSN 121-41933) 
					90998 (MSN 121-41934) 
					90999 (MSN 121-41935) 
					91000 (MSN 121-41936) 
					91001 (MSN 121-41937) 
					91002 (MSN 121-41938) 
					91003 (MSN 121-41939) 
					91004 (MSN 121-41940) 
					91005 (MSN 121-41941) ex-USAAF 44-81219.  Modified as a deck landing trainer with 
						tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. Registered as N7806B. Damaged after striking a fence 
						during a short landing at Sandwich, IL 4Aug68; barbed wire caught in left gear. Reregistered 1976 
						as N141SP to Susanne Parish [co-founder of the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum]. Registered 23Jan78 
						to the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Kalamazoo, MI. Reregistered as N333SU; expired 21Oct08, 
						cancelled 18Jan18. Exhibited at the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
					91006 (MSN 121-41942) 
					91007 (MSN 121-41943) 
					91008 (MSN 121-41944) Registered 1959 as N3202G; deregistered 4Jan71; reinstated 1Oct76. 
						Reregistered 22Mar77 as N144KM. Rebuilt to flying condition at Fremont, CA Apr77/1984. 
						First post-rebuild flight 23Jun84. Reregistered 12Mar79 as N9048P. Reregistered 12Nov82 as N29GK. 
						Oshkosh 1986 Reserve Grand Champion, Warbird. Reregistered 6Sep02 as N276RB; current [Jun20]. 
					91009 (MSN 121-41945) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6177. Ground instructional 
						airframe as 3MSS-13 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture
					91010 (MSN 121-41946) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6209. 
						Displayed at Kamagaya City Memorial Park, Chiba Prefecture
					91011 (MSN 121-41947) 
					91012 (MSN 121-41948) 
					91013 (MSN 121-41949) 
					91014 (MSN 121-41950) 
					91015 (MSN 121-41951) 
					91016 (MSN 121-41952) 
					91017 (MSN 121-41953) 
					91018 (MSN 121-41954) 
					91019 (MSN 121-41955) 
					91020 (MSN 121-41956) 
					91021 (MSN 121-41957) Stored Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. SOC 1962. Registered 1962 as 
						N6971C; current [Jul20]. Damaged when the pilot lost directional control during a go-around and a 
						wing tip dragged the runway at Las Vegas, NV 25Jul84
					91022 (MSN 121-41958) 
					91023 (MSN 121-41959) Registered 31Jul59 as N3684F; cancelled 14Jul71.
					91024 (MSN 121-41960) 
					91025 (MSN 121-41961) 
					91026 (MSN 121-41962) Registration N45383 assigned Nov83; registered Feb89. Reregistered Mar89 
						as N914DM. Reregistered Apr98 as N67RW. Reregistered 27Nov07 as N757JT; current [Feb20]. 
					91027 (MSN 121-41963) 
					91028 (MSN 121-41964) 
					91029 (MSN 121-41965) 
					91030 (MSN 121-41966) 
					91031 (MSN 121-41967) 
					91032 (MSN 121-41968) 
					91033 (MSN 121-41969) 
					91034 (MSN 121-41970) Registered 1960 as N3262G; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 10Sep12. 
						Substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing short at Rainbow Airport (Y78), 
						Hales Corner, WI 28Jun65.
					91035 (MSN 121-41971) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0473. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque 
						de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-315. 
						Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2; code 2-G-115  
				91036/91075 (MSN 121-42032/42071) ex-USAAF AT-6D 44-81310/81349.
					91036 (MSN 121-42032) Registered as N5196V to Coastal Aviation Corporation; revoked 14Jan77. 
						Delivered by ship to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de 
						Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-125. Reconditioned and assembled by Aeronautica 
						Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns, rocket launchers and an auxiliary fuel tank in the rear 
						cockpit. Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 3-125. Departed Villanubla 18Mar61 
						to Jerez de la Frontera en route to Sidi Ifni for COIN operations in Spanish Morocco. Villanubla AB, 
						Valladolid Oct61. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid Jan63. Reconfigured to unarmed 
						condition. Grupo del Estado Mayor, Ala Mixta No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Mar63; code 3-125. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-125. Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; code 421-43. SOC 1Jul81. 
						Stored in Museo del Aire compound, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain [noted 1987]. Restored to airworthy 
						condition at Gammelsdorf, Germany 2002/04. Registered 2005 as D-FWAC; current
					91037 (MSN 121-42033) 
					91038 (MSN 121-42034) 
					91039 (MSN 121-42035) 
					91040 (MSN 121-42036) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N1126U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-145. Modified to T-6D standard. Escuadrón 33,
						Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-145. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher 
						and machine guns. Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-145, later as C.6-145. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, 
						Elkhart, IN. Registered 19Apr82 as N29943. Reregistered 13May87 as N1944D; current [Jul20]. 
					91041 (MSN 121-42037) assigned to NAB Tacloban in Philippnes, w/o Jul 10, 1945 (BuNos!)	
					91042 (MSN 121-42038) 
					91043 (MSN 121-42039) 
					91044 (MSN 121-42040) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Open storage dismantled, unconverted, original US Navy colors at 
						Prineville, OR 1975. Registered as N31443; current [Jul20]. Ran off the right side of the runway 
						during the landing roll at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Lakeland, Florida 15Apr04, collapsing 
						the left main landing gear, bending the left wing, and nosing down. The airplane sustained substantial 
						damage. The flight last departed Suwannee County Airport [24J], Live Oak, Florida. The pilot stated the 
						owner of the airplane had asked the pilot-rated passenger to fly the airplane to Lakeland for the 
						Sun and Fun Fly In. He had just checked her out in the airplane the weekend before. The owner asked 
						him to fly in the back seat with her because he had more experience in the airplane. He stated that 
						his experience from the backseat was very limited. He found out after the accident that the pilot-rated 
						passenger had not been checked out in the airplane to the point of solo. He stated that when things 
						started to go bad on the landing there was a lack of experience which may be attributable to the outcome. 
						The reason for why the airplane didn't respond to control inputs is still being questioned by him and 
						the pilot-rated passenger. He stated he was at the controls from the back seat. The control tower operator 
						told them to land mid-field. He came down on final at 80 knots and flew in ground effect until 
						approximately the mid-field point. He retarded the throttle to idle and the airplane settled nicely to the runway. 
						The airplane rose back into the air slightly and he held the control stick all the way aft. 
						The airplane settled again very smoothly then the tail rose up and the nose lurched to the right. 
						The tail came back down and he was holding left rudder to correct the direction. The tail came up again
						and the nose lurched to the right again. The airplane them began hopping sideways before it left the 
						runway and the left landing gear collapsed. The airplane has had a history of the brakes intermittently 
						grabbing and catching up, which makes him suspect that as a possible cause, but he cannot say definitely. 
						He stated that after the accident he performed a temporary repair to the left wing of the airplane and 
						after receiving an FAA ferry permit, ferried the airplane to his home airport. 
					91045 (MSN 121-42041) Registered as N319DR; cancelled 4Feb97. Registration N66TE assigned Jan94; 
						not taken up. Registration N319TE assigned Jun94; not taken up. Crashed following loss of engine power 
						on the beach adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, one mile north of the Sebastian Inlet, Sebastian, Florida 21Apr95. 
						The airplane was destroyed and the pilot and passenger were fatally injured. The flight originated from 
						Waycross, Georgia with destination Vero Beach, FL. Witnesses observed the aircraft flying south at 
						about 300 feet, 200 yards from shore. The engine was heard to sputter and lose power and the aircraft 
						turned toward shore. As the aircraft reached shore, it was observed to begin a left turn. The aircraft's 
						nose dropped, and the aircraft descended nose down until it impacted on the beach. A post crash fire 
						erupted and consumed the cockpit and inboard wing areas of the aircraft
					91046 (MSN 121-42042) 
					91047 (MSN 121-42043) United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels), Jacksonville NAS, FL 1946.
					91048 (MSN 121-42044) 
					91049 (MSN 121-42045) Brunswick NAS, ME. Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack 
						mounted below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Stored Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. SOC 1958. 
						Sold in México. Trucked from México to USA 1975 as a restoration project. Registration N3265G 
						assigned 6Jul77; current [Jun20]. 
					91050 (MSN 121-42046) 
					91051 (MSN 121-42047) Manufactured 18Jun44. Registered as N9817C to Coastal Aviation Corporation; 
						revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 24Jun08. Delivered by ship to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. Transported by 
						road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-129. Reconditioned and assembled by Aeronautica 
						Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns and rocket launchers. Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, 
						Valladolid Oct61; code 3-129. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid Jan63. 
						Reconfigured to unarmed condition. Escuadrilla de la Región Aérea Central, Ala Mixta No 3, Villanubla AB, 
						Valladolid Mar63; code 3-129. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-129. Escuadrón 793, Academia General del Aire, 
						San Javier, Murcia; code 793-106. SOC 25Jul79. Aviation Industries Inc., 28Jul81. Registered Dec81 as N2686D; 
						cancelled 11Jan02. Destroyed when it impacted terrain while in an uncontrolled descent ½ mile north of the 
						Raton Municipal Airport, Raton, New Mexico 24Aug01. The pilot and one passenger were fatally injured. 
						The flight originated at Raton. On the morning of the accident, the airplane's mechanic flew with the pilot to Raton. 
						He said that as the airplane was taking off from Coronado Airport in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he could hear 
						the engine detonating. Pilot-witnesses said the pilot was performing low-level aerobatics. As he pulled up into a 
						near-vertical attitude he radioed, "My engine just quit". Smoke was seen coming from the engine cowling. 
						The airplane appeared to do a tail slide, then it rolled left and nosed over. Witnesses surmised that the airplane 
						stalled with insufficient altitude to recover. It struck the ground in a left wing-low, nose-low attitude. 
						Wreckage was spread in a fan-shaped pattern. The pilot's wife (and his aerobatic partner) believed he was 
						making a "yo-yo turn.. essentially, a steep wingover". To test her theory, she later flew her airplane and performed 
						several of these maneuvers. She found that she could cause the engine to quit by pulling up steeply, then 
						pushing over into a dive for several seconds. Power would suddenly surge to 2,500 rpm. The pilot's wife surmised 
						that the engine failed when he pulled up. As he recovered, the engine regained power and surged, and the 
						resultant torque caused the airplane to roll. No anomalies were noted during the engine disassembly and inspection. 
						Historic Aeroplane Works, Roanoke, IN. Registered 19Jun08 as N2686D. Reregistered 17Oct08 as N706AW; current
					91052 (MSN 121-42048) 
					91053 (MSN 121-42049) 
					91054 (MSN 121-42050) 
					91055 (MSN 121-42051) 
					91056 (MSN 121-42052) 
					91057 (MSN 121-42053) 
					91058 (MSN 121-42054) 
					91059 (MSN 121-42055) 
					91060 (MSN 121-42056) 
					91061 (MSN 121-42057) 
					91062 (MSN 121-42058) 
					91063 (MSN 121-42059) 
					91064 (MSN 121-42060) Registered as N7297C; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 21Feb13
					91065 (MSN 121-42061) 
					91066 (MSN 121-42062) registered N8005V Sep 5, 2006. Current Jul 2020
					91067 (MSN 121-42063) 
					91068 (MSN 121-42064) 
					91069 (MSN 121-42065) 
					91070 (MSN 121-42066) 
					91071 (MSN 121-42067) 
					91072 (MSN 121-42068) ex 44-81346.  Registered 1963 as N6637C, currently with JRM Investments
					91072 (MSN 121-42069) 
					91074 (MSN 121-42070) Registered 1961 as N3625F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza 
						Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-148. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-148. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with armament for counter insurgency (COIN) 
						operations. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-148. Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; 
						code 421-51. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. Registered as N39313. 
						Reregistered 6Jan99 as N569M. Reregistered Mar99 as N39313; cancelled 14Jun12. 
						Reregistered 8Aug12 as N39313; current [Jul20]. The pilot lost control on landing at 
						Arlington Airport (AWO), WA 30Sep08. The purpose of the flight was to re-familiarize 
						the front seat pilot, who was a perspective buyer, with the tail wheel equipped airplane. 
						The owner of the airplane, who was also a rated pilot, occupied the rear seat. During the 
						landing roll, the front seat pilot noted that the airplane started to veer to the right. 
						The rear seat pilot took control of the airplane and added power attempting to go-around. 
						The airplane exited the runway as it continued to veer to the right and became airborne 
						after striking a knoll adjacent to the runway. Subsequently, the left wing struck the ground 
						and the airplane landed hard and impacted the concrete windsock segmented circle. 
						Examination of the airplane revealed that the fuselage and wings were structurally damaged. 
						The rear seat pilot reported no anomalies with the flight control system or engine. Damaged at 
						Anchorage, Alaska 19Jul14. A few seconds into the otherwise normal landing roll, two swerves, 
						one right and one left, occurred. The magnitude of the second one was greater than the first. 
						The pilot responded to each swerve with corresponding rudder inputs to keep the centerline 
						between the main wheels, but overcorrected. A third swerve, again to the right, became uncontrollable, 
						and the airplane veered off from the centerline at about a 20 degree angle. This all happened 
						within an estimated 3 seconds. The tail-wheel was still in the air. The aircraft quickly approached 
						several obstacles near the western edge of the runway, including a parked truck, the airport fence, 
						and a brick building. The pilot instinctively applied full brakes. Once off the pavement, 
						the main wheels dug into the soft dirt, and the aircraft pitched forward until the propeller 
						struck the surface. The airplane came to a stop about ten feet short of the truck, resting on 
						both main wheels and the engine cowling. 
					91075 (MSN 121-42071) 
				91076/91101 (MSN 121-42092/42117) ex-USAAF AT-6D 44-81370/81395.
					91076 (MSN 121-42092) To Uruguay Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya 1956 as A-255(1). 
						Crashed 15Nov63. WFU
					91077 (MSN 121-42093) Pensacola NAS, FL. SOC Nov53. Sam Goldman/Chesapeake Airways Corp, 
						Salisbury, MD 1958. Noted stored unrestored at Salisbury, MD 1973. Appeared in production line scenes 
						in movie “Swing Shift” [1984]. Long-term restoration project at Puyallup, WA 1996/05. 
						Registration N371BH assigned 2001
					91078 (MSN 121-42094) 
					91079 (MSN 121-42095) 
					91080 (MSN 121-42096) 
					91081 (MSN 121-42097) Registered 28Apr61 as N1124U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 5Jan63. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-136. Modified to T-6D standard. Escuela 
						Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-136. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-136. 
						Escuadrón 793, Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia; code 793-3. Escuadrilla 517; code 517-20. 
						Fatal accident at Pinto, Madrid 20May68 (1KIS). SOC 18Oct68
					91082 (MSN 121-42098) Registered 1958 as N9823C; expired 31Dec12; cancelled 30May13. 
						Substantially damaged when the aircraft collided with the ground during unwarranted low flying 
						at Petaluma, CA 11Jun77 [pilot killed].   
					91083 (MSN 121-42099) 
					91084 (MSN 121-42100) 
					91085 (MSN 121-42101) 
					91086 (MSN 121-42102) 
					91087 (MSN 121-42103) 
					91088 (MSN 121-42104) Registered as N1127U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to 
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-132. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-132. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-132, later as C.6-132. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. 
						Registered 20May82 as N29930; cancelled 16Jan03. Destroyed when it impacted the ground while 
						maneuvering at Pickaway County Memorial Airport (CYO), Circleville, Ohio 29Sep02. The pilot was 
						fatally injured. During an airshow, the accident airplane flew by as the lead of a four-ship, single-file pass. 
						When it reached the end of the runway, it began a climbing right turn, with an intended course reversal. 
						Near the completion of the turn, the airplane suddenly rolled further right, the nose pitched down,
						and the airplane subsequently impacted the ground almost vertically. The cockpit and much of the 
						wing area were consumed by fire. Both of the airplane's wings had leading edge crushing, aft to the spars, 
						about 90 degrees perpendicular to the chord line. Historic Aeroplane Works Inc, Roanoke, IN. 
						Reregistered 9Nov07 as N29930. Reregistered 17Oct08 as N716AW; expired 31Mar13, cancelled 23Jan18. 
					91089 (MSN 121-42105) Registered as N3194G; cancelled. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Lake Havasu City, AZ 9Feb69. Crashed at Kingman, KS after departing on a flight to 
						Independence, MO 31Jul72 [pilot killed]. During unwarranted aerobatics shortly after take-off, the 
						pilot lost control performing a Chandelle, stalled and crashed; the aircraft was destroyed by fire. 
						Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City, NV. Registered 11Aug10 as N752V; cancelled 27May11
					91090 (MSN 121-42106) 
					91091 (MSN 121-42107) Appeared in production line scenes in movie “Swing Shift” [1984]. 
						Exhibited at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA
					91092 (MSN 121-42108) 
					91093 (MSN 121-42109) 
					91094 (MSN 121-42110) Registered as N8218E; current [Jul20]. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Norfolk IAP, VA 13Mar87. The tower cleared the aircraft to land on 
						runway 35 with winds from 010 degrees at 20 to 25 knots. The pilot stated that all other traffic
						was using runway 05. During landing roll the aircraft started to drift to the right, ground looped, 
						collapsing the left gear
					91095 (MSN 121-42111) 
					91096 (MSN 121-42112) 
					91097 (MSN 121-42113) 
					91098 (MSN 121-42114) Registered 28Apr61 as N1128U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 5Jan62. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-137. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-137. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-137. Escuadrón 793, Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia; 
						code 793-7. Later reserialled as C.6-137. Escuadrón 912, Grupo 91; code 912-33. 
						Fatal accident at Aranjuez, Madrid 11May78 (1KIS). SOC 21Jul78
					91099 (MSN 121-42115) 
					91100 (MSN 121-42116) 
					91101 (MSN 121-42117) 
				91102/91106 cancelled.  Serials were reassigned
91102/91103		Bell F2L-1K Airacobra
				P-39Q 42-19976 and 42-20807 transferred from USAF for use as target aircraft.
				Serials reassigned from cancelled SNJ-5 batch
				91102 (42-20807) SOC Apr 30, 1946
				91103 (42-19976) SOC Aug 31, 1946
91104			Douglas R4D-1 
				Diverted to US Navy from RAF Lend-Lease contract.  Serial reassigned from cancelled SNJ-5 batch
				Was RAF FD797 (USAAF 42-32825, MSN 9051) 
				and was used by US Naval Attache in London.  Returned to RAF Jan 30, 1946.  To 16 FU RAF 30Jan46 16 FU.
				To civil registry as GA-JZX.  Field Aircraft Services 23Jun47.  British Netherlands Air Services 30Jun48. 
				PK-PAB Garuda OilCO US 06Jun51.  Caltex Indonesia PK-CAD.  Indonesia Dept of Civil Aviation 01Jan71. 
				last noted stored Jakarta Apr80 
91105 			Douglas R5D-1
				Army C-54A 41-37300 (MSN 3091) transferred to Navy.  SOC Jun 30, 1947
				Serial reassigned from cancelled SNJ-5 batch
91106 			de Havilland Mosquito 
				Mosquito FB.XVIII PZ467 from UK
				Serial reassigned from cancelled SNJ-5 batch.  The de Havilland Mosquito FB Mk XVIII was designed as an anti-submarine weapon. 
				The 57mm Molins anti-shipping canon earned the Mk XVIII the nickname “Tsetse”.
				Patuxent River NAS MD for US Navy evaluation Apr45; code AT-2B. Arrived 30Apr45 on delivery from 
				RAF Pershore, Worcestershire, England. Used for the evaluation of an anti-submarine cannon in the nose. 
				War Assets Administration, Augusta, GA for disposal 1946. Registered 1946 as NX66422. Damaged when 
				ground looped during landing at Lake Wales, FL 1946 during the ferry flight from Augusta to Lake Wales. 
				Registered to Jean P. Doar/ Around The World Inc, Charlotte, NC Sep47. Delivered Minneapolis, MN 
				to Charlotte, NC 20Sep47. Modified at Charlotte for planned around the world record flight. 
				Named "The Silver Streak". Damaged when the airplane swung on landing and the right landing gear 
				collapsed at Charlotte Municipal Airport, NC 27Jan48. Burnt for practice by the airport fire service 1948.

91107/92006		General Motors TBM-3E Avenger
				Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				91107/91752 MSN 4012/4657.  
				91110 (MSN 4015) Became N6827C.  Shipped to UK in 1988. To Alpine Fighter Collection in New Zealand in
					1992 as ZK-TBM in markings as NZ2518.  To Australia as VH-TBM Jun 25, 1999.
					after being restored as VT-83 aircraft "Georgia Peach".  Noted November 2002 
					at Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia.
				91112 to TBM-3Q
				91113 became N9318Z
				91114 to TBM-3Q
				91117 to TBM-3Q
				91124 (MSN 4029) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1952 as 91124, code 416.  SOC Mar 19, 1959
				91131 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB379, shipped from USA 9/29/53. To Netherlands Navy 6/2/1958 as 22-30, later 
					reserialled 070; SOC 2/8/1961.
				91140 to TBM-3Q
				91142 to TBM-3Q
				91148 to TBM-3Q
				91149 to TBM-3Q
				91155 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-112 then 052.  WFU in 1960
				91159 (MSN 4064) to US civil registry as N3249G, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEN.  W/o at Sevogle, New
					Brunswick Jun 21, 1978.  Pilot uninjured.
				91166 (VS-892, USS Rendova (CVE-114)) stalled during landing and crashed into water Sep 12, 1951.
					4 crewmembers rescued.
				91171 (MSN 4076) to US civil registry as N107Z, then N7858C, then to 
					Hicks and Lawrence as C-FBQT.  Stored at Fort St. John, British Columbia 2014.
					Transferred from British Columbia in December 2017 to the Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. 
				91184 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB391, shipped from USA 5/4/1953.  To French Navy 3/19/1958; SOC 4/13/1966.
				91188 (MSN 4093) became N108Z, then N108Q, later at Valiant Air Command 
					Museum, Titusville, FL.  With Valiant Air Command and on April 12, 2021 ditched
					off the coast of Florida during the Cocoa Beach Air Show following
					engine problems. Pilot escaped unhurt but aircraft substantially  damaged.  
				91189 to Netherlands Navy as 1-17 then 027.  WFU in 1960
				91195 to JMSDF.  Seen at Tateyama Air Station in 1973.
				91202 to TBM-3Q
				91206 became N7848C
				91211 to TBM-3Q
				91212 to TBM-3Q
				91227 to TBM-3Q
				91228 to TBM-3Q
				91229/91278 to Royal Navy as KE430/KE479
					91251 (MSN 4156) diverted to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1952 as 91251, code 411.  SOC Mar 19, 1957
					91264 (MSN 4169) noted as NX7835C at Planes of Fame Jan 13, 2002.
				91289 (MSN 4194) to US civil registry as N7833C, then to Forest Protection, 
					Ltd as C-GFPN.  W/o at Brockway, NB 5/1/1999.  Pilot received minor injuries.
				91296 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-113 then 053.  WFU in 1960 
				91304 to Netherlands Navy as 1-32 then 040.  Converted to target tug.  WFU in 1960
				91324 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB306 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				91328 to Netherlands Navy as 1-33 then 041.  WFU in 1960
				91334 to TBM-3Q
				91335 to TBM-3Q
				91337 to TBM-3Q
				91338 to civil registry as N9564Z
				91350 (TBM-3Q) lost on takeoff at NAS Barbers Pt Sep 17, 1948.  All 3 aboard killed.
				91351 to TBM-3Q
				91353 to TBM-3Q
				91355 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB437, shipped from USA 5/4/1953.  To Netherlands Navy 2/6/1958 as 21-36; 
					SOC 9/3/1959.
				91360 to TBM-3Q
				91362 to TBM-3Q
				91366 to TBM-3Q
				91367 to TBM-3Q
				91369 to TBM-3Q
				91371 to TBM-3Q
				91373 to TBM-3Q.  Lost Feb 21, 1950 FAWTULANT
				91376 to Netherlands Navy as 1-34 then 042.  WFU in 1960.
				91377 to TBM-3Q
				91379 to TBM-3Q
				91380 to TBM-3Q
				91382 to TBM-3Q
				91384 (TBM-3Q) lost Sep 7, 1948 at Lipoa Pt, CFIT.  Both crewmembers killed
				91385 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-114 then 054.  WFU in 1960
				91388 became N9564Z
				91398 became N3251G
				91403 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-115 then 055.  WFU in 1960
				91406 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-116 then 056.  WFU in 1960
				91419 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB439, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. 
					Disposed of by being 'shot into sea' from carrier Jul 27, 1957.
					Formally SOC Aug 29, 1957.
				91421 (MSN 4326) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 91421, code 342.  In midair collision Apr 10, 1953 with RCN Sea Fury WG566
					over Bedford Basin, Halifax, NS.  Both aircraft crashed and both pilots killed.
				91423 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-117 then 057.  WFU in 1960
				91426 (MSN 4331) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 91426, code 908.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.
					To Conair Ltd as CF-MUE.  Re-registered as N40402.  To American Airpower
					Heritage Flying Museum, operated by CAF at Midland, TX.  Assigned to the CAF National Capital 
					Squadron in 2008; currently undergoing restoration at Jack Kosko's facility in Airville, PA.
					The Avenger was flown from Forest Protection Ltd, New Brunswick, Canada to Frederick, MD in 2001, 
					by the CAF Stars & Stripes Wing (now gone), who worked on it at Frederick and Hagerstown, MD, 
					until CAF HQ transferred assignment to National Capital Squadron.
				91431 in midair collision with Royal Navh Sea Fury WG566 over Bedforb Gasin Apr 10, 1953.  Sea Fury was w/o
					no record of fate of Avenger (BuNos!)
				91436 (MSN 4341) registered N436GM Jan 25, 2007.  At some time in
					the past was N9569Z
				91448 to French Navy / Aéronavale as 91448. Flottille 9 F [code 9 F-6], Base Aéronavale Hyères, Toulon, France. 
					TDY Aspretto, Ajaccio, Corsica. A "hunter-killer" section of two Avenger aircraft struck a mountain in 
					the Olivese region, 6 km south of Zicavo, Corsica, during a night exercise 15Sep55 (4KIS).
				91450 to Ed Maloney's Planes of Fame Collection at Chino, CA as
					N7239C.  Bought by Canadian Warplane Heritage and registered
					as C-GCWG.  Burned in hangar fire of 1993.
				91451 (VS-892, USS Rendova (CVE-114)) crashed into water due to engine trouble Aug 29, 1951.
					3 rescued, one killed.
				91453 (MSN 4358) to civil registry as N4170A.  Noted at Tennessee Museum of Aviation in 2002
				91456 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-106 then 047.  WFU in 1960
				91457 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-118 then 058.  WFU in 1960
				91458 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-119 then 059.  WFU in 1960
				91467 to Netherlands Navy as 1-3.  WFU in 1959
				91471 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB438, shipped from USA 5/4/1953.  To French Navy 7/18/1957.
				91474 became N9926Z
				91475 (MAMS-12) lost Oct 21, 1952. 
				91476 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-121 then 061.  WFU in 1960
				91477 to Royal Navy Mar 31, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB359, shipped from USA 3/18/1953.  To French Navy 18/7/57.
				91479/91508 to Royal Navy as KE480/KE509
				91488 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-122 then 062.  WFU in 1960.  I also
					have this one going to the Royal Navy
				91498 ditched off Pt. Loma, CA Apr 29, 1953.  I have this one going to Royal Navy as well.
				91516 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-120 then 060.  WFU in 1960
				91521 (MSN 4426) became N4171A aerial tankder with Reeder Flying Service.  To Corwin Meyer, Ocala, FL for restoration 1989.
					Fuselage destroyed by fire during restoration.  Rebuild completed by using fuselage from 53489.  First flight May 5, 1994.
					To Freeburg Family LLP, Escondido, CA May 2003
				91524 became N9583Z
				91526 to TBM-3Q
				91530 (MSN 4435) to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1952 as 91530, code 413.  SOC Mar 19, 1959
				91536 to TBM-3Q
				91537 to TBM-3Q
				91539 (MAG-12) lost 18 mi NE of Pusan-West Oct 12, 1951.  Pilot and passenger rescued.
				91541 to TBM-3Q
				91547 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB389, shipped from USA 5/4/1953.  Sold for scrap 2/27/1961.
				91549 to TBM-3Q
				91548 (MSN 4503) undergoing restoration at Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, Florida in March 2012.
				91556 went into water nose first off USS Tarawa (CV-40) Dec 17, 1948 due to loss of engine power.
				91559 (MSN 4464) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 91559.  SOC Dec 22, 1951
				91565 became N4168A
				91567 to Netherlands Navy as 1-1.  W/o Jun 15, 1954
				91569 to Netherlands Navy as 1-10 then 023.  WFU in 1960
				91570 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-123 then 063.  WFU in 1960
				91576 (MSN 4481) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1952 as 91576, code 415.  SOC Mar 3, 1959
				91580 became N9565Z
				91586 to spray plane as N9433Z.  Now with Friends For Long Island
					Heritage in Cradle of Aviation Museum, Muttontown, Long
					Island, NY.
				91597 (MSN 4502) to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1952 as 91597, code 412.  SOC May 29, 1957
				91598 became N9548Z.  Crashed at Tuolomne, CA Aug 18, 1973, stored
					in damaged condition at Stockton, CA and subsequently rebuilt
					by Ralph M. Ponte at Cedar Ridge, CA. Reported in 1986 to be at Weeks Air Museum,
					Tamiani, FL
				91610 (VU-5) ditched due to engine failure S of Yokosuka, Japan Mar 18, 1952. Pilot uninjured.
				91617 became N7849C
				91637 became N10164
				91664 (MSN 4569) registered N9651C, revoked Jan 14, 1977. Damaged May 24, 1967 when stalled 
					during take-off from a narrow road with an uphill gradient at Jiggs, NV.  In Oct 2006 at 
					Jacksonville NAS Heritage Park, FL, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				91686 to Netherlands Navy as 1-18.  W/o Mar 29, 1955
				91696 to Royal Navy as XB307 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				91695 to Royal Navy as XB440, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. Crashed at RNAS Abbotsinch 10/14/1956 
					after hitting slipstream of other aircraft during stream landing.  Aircraft
					not repaired, reduced to spares Jan 22, 1958 and formally
					SOC the next day.
				91696 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB307 Mar 31, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
				91700 (MSN 4605) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1952 as 91700, code 414.  SOC Jun 25, 1957
				91713 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-124 then 064.  WFU in 1960
				91714 to civil registry as N9429Z.
				91719 (MSN 4624) converted to TBM-3U Dec 1952.   To VU-10 at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  SOC Jul 1956.
					Registered Jul 23, 1957 as N6828C, operated by Marom Air Services, a crop straying company.
					Dextroyed Jun 13, 1967 at Maleme, Greece when trying to take off with gust locks engaged.
					Registration cancelled Feb 7, 1968.
				91723 (TBM-3E2) to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB384, arrived at RNAS Abbotsinch 10/6/1953. 
					To Netherlands Navy 2/19/1958 as 22-31, later reserialled 072; SOC 13/1/1961
				91724	(MSN 4629) registered to Hemet Valley Flying Services as N7246C, cancelled Jan 12, 1971
				91726 with Evergreen collection, McMinnville, OR as N5260V.  
					On display at Air Venture Museum
				91733 to civil registry as N9590Z sprayer.
				91737 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB373, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. To French Navy 3/19/1958; 
					SOC 13/4/1966.
				91738 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-110 then 050.  WFU in 1960
				91741 became N6829C; as such was operated in the late 1960s by Marom Ltd at 
					Herzlia, Israel as a cropsprayer.  By 1990 was with Israeli AF Museum,
					Hazerim, Israel.
				91753/92006 cancelled
91962/91993 		Martin JM-2 Marauder
				Navy version of USAAF TB-26G.  Were ex-USAAF 44-68222/68253
				Serials reassigned from cancelled TBM-3E batch 
91994/92006 		Douglas R5D-3 
				C-54Ds transferred to Navy from RAF stocks through Reverse Lend-Lease.  Serials reassigned 
					from cancelled TBM-3E batch.  Most survivors redesignated C-54Q in 1962.
				A few became RC-54Vs.  Staff transport variant designated R5D-3Z and later VC-54Q.
				91994 MSN 10547) ex-USAAF 42-72442, RAF KL977.  To civil registry with Aero Union as N62296.  Later changed 
					to civil registry as N3054V.  Converted to aerial tanker, stored 2006 at Kingman, AZ
				91995 (MSN 10635) ex-USAAF 42-72530, RAF KL979
				91996 (MSN 10637) ex-USAAF 42-72532, RAF KL980.  Operated as Blue Angels support
					aircraft 8 1966-67.
				91997 (MSN 10640) was ex USAAF 42-72535, RAF KL982.  To civil registry as N4043A for
					Americada Corporation in 1958.  Bought by Golden State Airlines (Holiday
					Airlines) in 1958.  Leased to Slick Airways Jul 1, 1959, returned Jun 1960.
					Bought by Seefahrt-U-Transportinteressen GmbH Apr 9, 1962 and registered
					as D-AMAX.  Bought by Malta Medropolitian Jun 1963 as VP-MAA.  Bought by
					Autair International Airways Jan 1965 and registered as G-ASZT.  Bought by
					Rhodesian Air Services Aug 15, 1965 and registered as VP-YYR.  Bought by 
					Air Trans Africa Jan 1966 as 9J-RBL.  Bought by Autair International Airways
					again Mar 9, 1966, registered as G-ASZT.  Leased to Invicta Airways
					Apr 2, 1966.  Bought by Aero Service Africa May 15, 1969 as TN-ABC.  Bought
					by LINA Congo Oct 23, 1968.  Bought by SOACO Sep 1974 registered as TR-LTJ.  
					Bought by INCO International Jan 1977.  Bought by Air Affaires Gabon in
					1979.  WFU and stored at Liberville, Gabon.  Bought by Kinair Cargo 1984
					registered as 9Q-CAG.  DBR due to engine fire at N'Djili, Kinshasa, Zaire Jan 7, 1987.
				91998 (MSN 10750) ex-USAAF 42-72645, RAF KL984 to US Navy Feb 23, 1946.
					Transferred to US Marine Corps, converted to R5D-5 Dec 1958.
					Returned to US Navy converted to C-54J then C-54Q.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Oct 1970.  Boutht by Interair Leases Jan 31, 1975,
					to International Air Leases Dec 12, 1975.  Bought by Gerald D.
					Wilson Dec 12, 1975 registered as N96449.  Bought by Waig
					Aircraft Inc Sep 23, 1977 as Fire Bomber #118.  W/o after midair
					collision with N406WA (another C-54G fire bomber #119, Ex
					45-0491, MSN 35944, 5 mi N of Indio, CA Dec 2, 1980.  2 killed.
					45-0491 landed safely.
				91999 (MSN 10783) ex USAAF 42-72678, RAF KL985.  To civil registry as N91999, then to TANA as HK-1806 
				92000 (MSN 10784) ex-USAAF 42-72679, RAF KL986
				92001 (MSN 10785) ex-USAAF 42-72680, RAF KL987.  Not sure this this one was actually delivered to USN, since 
					42-72680 is listed as having crashed in the Azores Jul 3, 1945.
				92002 (VMR-352, MSN 10689, ex-USAAF 42-72584, RAF KL981) forced landing at NAS Agana, Guam
					and caught fire Mar 7, 1947.
				92003 (MSN 10589) ex-USAAF 42-72484, Converted to C-54Q in 1962.  To Spain as EC-BQJ Mar 1, 1969 and transferred
					to Spanish AF as T.4-16 Apr 1969.  WFU and scrapped.
				92004/92006 cancelled.  
92007/93301		Goodyear FG-1D Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1D Corsair licence built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation
				Entries from BuNos! by Douglas E. Campbell labeled as (BuNos!)
				92702/93301 cancelled
				92008 ditched in Lake Erie Aug 5, 1950.  SOC at NAS Grosse Isle, Michigan.
				92013 owned by National Museum of Naval Aviation, 
					Pensacola, FL.  Now on loan and displayed hanging from the overhead at the Navy
					Museum, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC marked as F4U-1 BuNo 17640 'Big Hog' of VF-17.
					Previously registered as N1978M, which is now canceled.
				92017 set piston fighter endurance record of 17 hours 5 minues Jan 23, 1946.
				92021 in crash landing Mar 25, 1947.  Fuselage broke in half.
				92023 (VBF-85) attached to USS Shangri-La (CV-38) lost off Honshu Aug 9, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92033 (VBF-85) attached to USS Shangri-La (CV-38) lost off Kure Jul 28, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92037 (VBF-88) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Tokyo Jul 30, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92038 (VBF-85) attached to USS Shangri-La (CV-38) lost off Kure Jul 20, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92044 (MSN 3305) to New Zealand as NZ5648.  Currently airworthy with the Old Flying Machine
					Company in the UK.  This serial may not be genuine since 88391 (MSN 3205) to New Zealand as 
					NZ5648.  Made airworthy as NX55JP.  Now with Old Flying Machine Company at Duxford, UK as 
					G-BXUL painted in US Navy colors with false BuNo 92844.
					Registered Feb 23, 2006 to Air Tight Trust of Ardmore, New Zealand as ZK-COR
				92048 (VMF-422) lost off Chimu Aug 8, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92049 (VMF-122 lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Jul 30, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92050 delivered to US Navy May 12, 1945.  Did not see Pacific combat, but served in several units stateside until Sep 9, 1954.  
					Registered as N194G with James Axtell of Elizabeth, CO.
					Restoration started with Warbird Heritage Foundation in 2012 and completed Jan 31, 2021.  Finished in local 
					colors of Illinois Naval Squadron Glenview during the 1950s.  First flight Mar 9, 2021
				92083 (MSN 3344) to New Zealand as NZ5657.
				92085 at Selfridge, MI Museum.
				92087 (VBF-1) attached to USS Bennington (CV-20) lost off Japan Aug 9, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92095 to El Salvador AF as FAS220.  To US civil registry sa N62344.  Now with Evergreen 
					Vintage Aircraft of McMinnville, OR registered as N67HP.  
				92102 (VBF-1) attached to USS Bennington (CV-20) lost off Nagoya Jul 28, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92106 (MSN 3367) to civil registry as NX6897.  Under restoration.  Became N6897.  In
					1990 was reported stored at MARC, Chino, CA. Underwent an
					11-year restoration by Airpower, Ltd. Registered as N106FG.  Reported to
					have been sold to Vintage Wings of Canada after restoration.  N106FG
					cancelled Feb 4, 2008 on sale to owner in Canada, registerd
					to Canada, Inc of Gatineau, ON as C-GVWC.
				92109 (VBF-88) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Japan Jul 10, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92111 (MSN 3372) to New Zealand as NZ5647.
				92113 (MSN 3374) to New Zealand as NZ5653.
				92116 (VBF-1) attached to USS Bennington (CV-20) lost  in belly landing at Nagoya Mar 25, 1947.
				92117 (VMF-512) attached to USS Gilbert Islands (CVE-107) lost off Japan Aug 12, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92120 (MSN 3381) to New Zealand as NZ5649.
				92125 (MSN 3386) to New Zealand as NZ5646.
				92132 from 1958 to 1972 was owned by Ed Maloney/The Air Museum,
					Clairmont, CA (later Ontario, CA) registered as N3466G.
					Restored to airworthy 1973 by David Tallichet/Military Aicraft
					Restoration Corp, Chino CA.  Flew in TV series "Baa Baa
					Black Sheep".  WFU and stored, Chino, CA 1988/1992.  
					To Midwest Aviation Museum, Danville, IL 1994/202, registered 
					as N3466G.  Sold in 2005 to Tri-State Warbird Museum, Batavia,
					OH.
				92140 (MSN 3401) to New Zealand as NZ5659.
				92149 (MSN 3410) to New Zealand as NZ5654.
				92154 (VMF-441) force landing at NAS Niagra
					Falls, NY Dec 10, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				92165 (MSN 3426) to New Zealand as NZ5658.
				92166 (MSN 3427) to New Zealand as NZ5655.
				92167 (MSN 3428) to New Zealand as NZ5652.
				92171/92177 to Royal Navy as KD993/KD999
				92178/92195 to Royal Navy as KE100/KE117
				92196 (MSN 3457) to New Zealand as NZ5660.
				92199 (MSN 3460) to New Zealand as NZ5651.
				92210 (MSN 3471) to New Zealand as NZ5656.
				92213 assgned to VFB-85 on USS Shangri-La in last months of the war.  Center section found in a field covered
					with weeds, currently undergoing restoration.
				92235 flew into ground while landing at NAS
					New Orleans, LA July 9, 1950.
				92242 (VBF-83) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Tokyo Aug 13, 1945 (BuNos!)
				92246 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  At one time was
					on civil registry as N766JD
				92381 force landed north of Baker, OR July 26,1950.
				92399 (MSN 3660) to N4717C, to N448AG, to G-CCMV.  Owner was killed when his Hawker Sea Fury overturned.
					G-CCMV operated on behalf of his family by Aircraft Restoration Co and is
					based at Duxford, UK.  Has been sold to Cavanaugh Flight Museum of Addison, TX as
					N451FG.
				92433 to Frank Tallman/Movieland of the Air Museum, Orange County, CA in 1960 as N3440G
					Reported destroyed in hangar fire at Addison, TX 1970.  ID 
					transferred to rebuild of BuNo 92471 as N773RD with Ray Dieckman of Cincinnatti, OH.
				92436 (MSN 3697) to Ed Maloney's Air Museum, Claremont, CA 1958.  To
					Ed Maloney's Planes of Fame, Ontario, CA 1963 as N3470G.  To Canadian
					Warplane Heritage, Hamilton, Ontario 1973 ans CF-IJW.  To Canadian Warplane Heritage
					Mt Hope, Ontario 1974 as C-GCWX and flown as KD658/X-115.   To Olympic Flight Museum,
					Olympia WA 1998 as N72NW.  Now with Olympic Jet, Inc of Olympia, WA registered as N72NW.
				92460 in 1990 was on display at Sikorsky Memorial Airport, CT.  Still there
					on a pole at entrance May 29, 2005.  Taken down for 
					renovation Jul 22, 2008, but not sure if it will go back on the pole
					afterwards because of probable sea air corrosion.  Reported 2008 to
					be under restoration by Connecticut Air and Space Center,
					Stratford, CT.  At one time used by Salvadorean AF
				92463 (MSN 3724) to El Salvador AF as FAS 210.  Sold as scrap/spared but
					registration N5018R reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006
				92468 with American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX,
					registered as N9964Z.  Reported slightly damaged Apr 9, 2008
					at Breckenridge, TX by tornado.
				92471 (MSN 3732) registered as N773RD owned by Ray Dieckman after adopting the ID of BuNo 92433.
				92487 (VF-842) crashed into oil storage depot Apr 23, 1954 near Idlewild APT, NY.  Pilot
					survived with injuries.
				92489 (MSN 3750) to El Salvador AF as FAS-209.  Registered N209TW Nov 2002.
					In 1990 was reported stored by Frank Arrufat of Los Angeles, CA.  Collided on taxiway with Zero N8280K
					Mar 15, 2016.  Substantial damage to both aircraft.
				92490 to El Salvador AF as FAS 212.  Sold as scrap/spares but registration
					N5016C reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006.
				92507 (VF-842) caught in severe ground wind after landing and flipped over and crashed
					on its back Mar 23, 1955.  Pilot killed.
				92508 with Training Services, Inc of Virginia Beach, VA registered as N46RL. Reported restored to airworthiness 
					since 1999 (still registered as N46RL and with Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA 
				92509 stored at NAS Lichfield, AZ Apr 1955.  To civilian ownership as N9150Z,
					then N92509.   To Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum in 1977.  Flown as race
					#86.  Registration N9PP reserved in 1978 but NTU.  Now registered as N3PP with
					Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
				92592 SOC after forced landing near Hanover, MA Mar 15, 1952 
				92618 to El Salvador AF as FAS-208.  Sold as scrap/spares but registration
					N5015M reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006
				92629 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ 1957.  To El Salvador AF as FAS 215 in 1957.
					To civilian registry in USA as N62290 in 1975.  Rebuilt and flown as 167/Samantha Sue/VF-53.
					To Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota. in 1983.  To Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm
					Springs, CA Dec 1997.  
				92642 to El Salvador AF as FAS 214. Sold as scrap/spared but registration
					N50166 reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006
				92643 to El Salvador AF.  Sold as scrap/spare but registration N5015T
					reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006
				92644 to El Salvador AF.  Sold as scrap/spares but registration N50182
					reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006.
				92661 (VF-812/NARTU Minneapolis E-31 ca 1950-52.
				According to some databases, 92688 went to Honduras AF as FAH-612.  
					But FAH-612 was F4U-4 97288.
				92702/93301 cancelled.
92702/93301		Ryan FR-1 Fireball
				Ryan Aeronautical Corporation Model 28. A composite piston and jet engine fighter.
				Contract cancelled.  Serial reallocated from cancelled FG-1D batch.
93302/93651		Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk
				Curtiss Model 97B.
				93334 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Aug 28, 1945 to 
					Apr 19, 1946.  Assigned to Naval Air Test Center (NATC), NAS Patuxent River, MD
				93368/93651 cancelled
93652/94751		Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat
				Model G-50.  94522/94751 cancelled 
				93786 (VMF-321) sank after bad catapult shot off USS Puget Sound CVE-113 Sept 3, 1945.
				93811 to NAF China Lake by Sep 1956.
				93840 to French Navy / Aéronavale as 93840. Flottille 11 F [code 11 F-8], Arromanches (R95). 
					The Viêt-Minh 312 Division attacked Diên Biên Phu, in Haut-Tonkin, near the Laotian border. 
					A bombing mission was given to the Hellcats of the 11 F flotilla to help defend the French camp 15Mar54. 
					A two-plane patrol was to attack an enemy artillery battery that threatened the Gabrielle support 
					base needed to protect the airfield. The two planes dropped their bombs on the objective but 
					this airplane was almost immediately brought down by enemy flak (1KIA).
				93875 (VF-150) mechanical failure on USS Lake Champlain CV-39 Sept 1, 1945.
				93879 (MSN A-11631) with Planes of Fame, Anchorage, AK flying as
					as N4994V.  Collided with Cessna 182H N8567S in circuit at Parker, AZ Jan 11, 2003.
					Cessna crashed, F6F landed safely.  Crashed into power lines Oct 8, 2005 
					in Monterey, TN, fell to the ground, and burst into flames.  Pilot killed.
				93895 expended as drone.
				93944 crashed after high-speed stall off Key West, FL
					Nov 10, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				93987 to French Navy / Aéronavale as 93987. Flottille 1 F [code 1 F-22], La Fayette (R96). The pilot was participating 
					in an combined exercise and was preparing to land on return to the aircraft carrier La Fayette, 
					located south of the island of Porquerolles, when an engine failure forced him to ditch on the water 
					in very rough seas and a 35 knot wind. After a good water landing, he succeeded in evacuating his 
					aircraft and inflating his life raft, but he was struck by the propellers of the Kléber escort ship 
					which was trying to rescue him out and he drowned 3Nov52
				94027 to French Navy / Aéronavale as 94027. Flottille 11 F [code 11 F-23], Arromanches (R95). The Viêt-Minh 312 Division 
					attacked Diên Biên Phu, in Haut-Tonkin, near the Laotian border. A bombing mission was given to the 
					Hellcats of the 11 F flotilla to help defend the French camp. Despite poor visibility conditions with 
					a 200 feet ceiling, the pilot attacked an enemy artillery battery on which he dropped his bombs. 
					On the way back, the aircraft could not land at Cát Bi, Hai Phong, the airfield circuit being very congested. 
					After half an hour of waiting, he tried to break through the cloud base but crashed on a rocky peak 
					on the l'île des Merveilles, in Ha Long Bay 13Mar54 (1KIA)
				94038 SOC Norfolk NAS, VA May51. French Navy / Aéronavale as 94038. Flottille 12.F 24Jul52; 
					code 12.F-20. Escadrille 54.S, Base Aéronavale Hyères. Mid-air collision near Istres, France 24May54. 
					SOC 11Aug54. Registered 27Aug20 as N94038; current [Aug20]
				94054 damaged in taxiing accident at NAS Glenview, IL Jan 10, 1951.
				94182 lost Mar 2, 1949 over Mt. Baldy, California after leaving MAS El Toro on instrument practice flight.  Pilot killed
				94202 lost Mar 2, 1949 over Mt. Baldy, California after leaving MAS El Toro on instrument practice flight.  Pilot killed
				94203 (MSN A-11955) became N7865C.  Reported 1973 on display at 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				94204 (MSN A-11956) became N4998V.  Pased through various hands until
					reported 1986 at Lone Star Flight Museum, Houston, TX.
					Rebuilt to flying conditin by Steve Picatti of Hayward, CA.
					First flight after rebuild May 4, 1989.
				94263 (MSN A-12015) converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NAF R&D China Lake by Sep 1956.  Reported 1976 at USMC Museum, 
					MCAS Quantico, VA.  Reported 1988 loaned to Cradle of Aviation Museum,
					Garden City, NY.
				94385 (MSN A-12137) registered N77861C.  Reported Sep 1961 with
					Confederate Air Force, Victoria, TX.  Damaged by fire in
					crashlanding Jul 1969.  Remains reported 1982 with Michael
					E. Coutches of Hayward, CA
				94388 spun in 32 mi from NAS Boca Chica, FL May 26, 1953.
				94408 to NAF China Lake by Sep 1956
				94409 to NAF China Lake by Apr 1948
				94436 SOC Norfolk NAS, VA May51. French Navy / Aéronavale as 94436. Flottille 1.F; 
					code 1.F-36. Damaged after a collision with Hellcat 80040 off Hyères Harbour, 
					France 9Sep52. Flottille 11.F. Section d’Entraînement à la Chasse de Nuit (SECN) 17Sep53. 
					Escadrille 54.S, Base Aéronavale Hyères; coded 54.S-6. Damaged during a training 
					flight at at Hyères 12Nov54. Storage at Base Aéronavale Cuers, France 1955. Flottille 11.F, 
					Algeria Mar58. Overhauled at Cuers Nov58. Base Aéronavale Khouribga, French Morocco 6Dec58; 
					stored. SOC 20Aug60.
				94470 to NAF China Lake by Sep 1956.
				94473 (cn A-12255) became N4964W.  With Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota, painted as an F6F-3
					flown by Ens. W. B. Webb of VF-2 which shot down 6 Vals during the Marianas Turkey Shoot
94752/94802		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				94755 (VF-661) jumped off chocks at NAAS Chincoteague,
					VA and hit side of 95025 8/13/1951.  Both SOC
				94757 (VF-19) crashed into barrier Corregidor CVE-58
					8/30/1945.  Pilot OK
				94758 (VF-192) ditched off NAS Alameda, CA 12/10/1948.
					Pilot OK
				94759 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern ca 1952.  To French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94760 (VF-11) cold catapult shot off USS Philippine Sea
					(CV-47) 11/21/1949 and went overside.  Pilot OK.
				94765 (VF-72) delivered to Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation as
					pattern aircraft for production of F3M-1 aircraft.  Swerved off runway NAS Quonset Point, RI
					9/10/1949.  Pilot OK.
				94771 (VF-1A) missing in combat air patrol off
					USS Tarawa (CV-40) 7/18/1948.  Pilot missing.
				94779 spun in during landing NAAS Barin Field, AL 
					4/12/1950.   Pilot killed.
				94782 (VF-10A/VF-92) force landed after takeoff from
					NAAS Charlestown, RI 8/9/1948.  Pilot injured.
				94784 (VF-19) collided with 94789 near NAS Barbers
					Point, HI.  Both pilots bailed out OK.
				94785 crashed into barrier landing on USS Antietam (CV-36)
					Pilot injured.
				94788 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94789 9VF-19) collided with 94784 near NAS Barbers
					Point, HI.  Both pilots bailed out OK
				94791 (VFB-19) crashed during glide bomb run 12/10/1945
					near Molokai, HI. Pilot killed.
				94794 (VF-19) crashed during aerobatics 7/17/1945 near
					NAAS Vernalis, CA.  Pilot killed.
				94795 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94797 (VF-17A) ditched on takeoff from NAS Quonset Point,
					RI 4/25/1947.  Pilot OK.
94803			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				Trial installation of four-cannon armament Jun 1945.  Redesignated F8F-1C and then reassigned as F8F-1B
					after BuAer changes in designations (B had been reserved for Lend-Lease aircraft to UK.
94804/94971		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				94804 loaned to USAAF in 1945 at Wright Field for evaluation, later to Eglin AFB 1946-47.
				94807 was in midair collision with Taylorcraft NC39152 Aug 26, 1946 at
					Salt Lake City MAP.  Pilot of Taylorcraft killed, Bearcat landed safely with
					slight damage.  With CQTU-4, stalled on landing at NAAS Barin Field,
					AL 7/5/1951.  Pilot OK.
				94811 (VF-10A) damaged on flight deck USS Philippine Sea CV-47 1/30/1948
				94812	 converted to XF8F-1N with AN/APS-19 radar.  Assigned to Boca-Chica, FL.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA May 21, 1946 to Apr 17, 1947.
					Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD.  94812 (VF-191) in deck crash on USS Boxer (CV-21) 11/17/1948.
					Pilot OK.
				94813 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94814 stalled during landing at NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 12/01/1949.  Pilot killed.
				94816 (VF-20A) flew into tree during downwind leg NAAS Cotati, CA 1/29/1947.  Pilot killed.
				94819 converted to XF8F-1N with AN/APS-19 radar.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 2, 1946 to Jun 1, 1953.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
					Modified with gun sight tracking displays.
				94825 in hard landing at NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 9/27/1951.  Pilot OK.
				94826 (VF-20A) forced landing at Lampson Field, Clear Lake, CA 2/11/1947.  Pilot OK.
				94833 (VF-722) in runway collision at NAS Glenview, IL
					2/18/1951.  Pilot OK
				94835 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94838 (VF-193) gear retracted during takeoff roll NAS Alameda, CA. 8/27/1948.
				94842 (VF-662) stalled during landing at NAAS Chincoteague, VA 8/15/1951.  Pilot OK.
				94844 (VBF-18) damaged in force-landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI. 7/17/1946 after engine
					failure.  Pilot OK.
				94845 (VBF-19) crashed while circling a crash site and sank 6/5/1946.  Pilot OK.
				94847 (VBF-18) in takeoff accident from USS Leyte (CV-32) and skidded on deck and went 
					overside 10/15/1946.  Pilot killed.
				94849 (VF-10) spun-in during landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) 2/16/1948.  Pilot killed.
				94852 (VBF-18) flew into ground on takeoff near NAAS Hyannis, MA 8/9/1946.  Pilot injured.
				94853 swerved off runway during takeoff NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 5/22/1950.  Pilot OK
				94856 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94857 (VT-18) no pullout from dive and crashed off Newport, RI 3/22/1946.  Pilot killed.
				94862 (CQTU-4) force landed after takeoff from Barin Field, Foley, AL 11/18/1950.
				94867 (VBF-18) force landed at Pendelton Hill, RI 12/08/1945.  Pilot OK.
				94869 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94871 (VF-20A) crash landed on deck of USS Boxer (CV-21) 5/24/1948.  Pilot OK
				94873 development aircraft for F8F-2 tail configuration.  Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
					Langley Field, VA Jun 6, 1946 to Jun 16, 1953.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.
				94874 (CQTU-4) spun in during landing at NAAS Barin
					Field, FL 2/13/1951.  Pilot OK
				94879 (CASU-25) stalled on takeoff from NAS Oceana, VA
					5/23/1946.  Pilot injured.
				94881 ditched in Chesapeake Bay while flying out of NAS Anacostia, DC
					Dec 12, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				94883 (CQTU-4) spun in during tight turn while landing 
					at NAAS Corry Field, FL 2/04/1951.  Pilot killed.
				94885 (VBF-19) deck crash on USS Antietam (CB-36) 6/8/1946.
				94887 (VF-15A) swerved on takeoff from NAS Seattle, WA
					crashed and caught fire 5/11/1948.  Pilot OK
				94888 (VMF-321) in midair 15 mi from Patuxent River
					12/12/50.  Ditched, pilot OK
				94891 (CQTU-4) stalled on landing at NAAS Barin Field, 
					AL and hit inverted 5/22/1951.  Pilot killed.
				94893 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94894 (VBF-19) ditched at sea off USS Bennington (CV-20) 
					2/27/1946.  Pilot OK.
				94895 (VF-10A) ditched off USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					1/20/1948.  Pilot injured.
				94901 (CQTU-4) stalled during landing on USS Monterey
					(CVL-26).  Pilot OK
				94903 (CQTU-4) ground looped during landing NAAS Corry
					Field, FL 03/04/1951.  Pilot OK
				94906 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94910 (VBF-19) torque roll on landing on USS Antietam
					(CV-36) 6/5/1946 and crashed into sea.  Pilot killed.
				94912 (VF-22A) wheel caught fire in hot landing NAS
					San Diego, CA 6/3/1947.  Pilot injured.
				94914 engine failure 11/27/1945 near Washington, DC
					and pilot bailed out.
				94917 torque roll during landing NAS Olanthe, KA 
					5/13/1950.  Pilot OK
				94923 (CQTU-4) stalled during landing at NAAS Barin
					Field, AL 3/26/1951.  Pilot killed.
				94924 (VF-1A) hit barrier and went overside USS Boxer (CV-21)
					9/22/1947.  Pilot injured.
				94927 (VF-19A) dove in off NAS Alameda, CA during target
					practice 8/18/1947.  Pilot killed.
				94928 (VF-11A) ditched during glide bombing practice on
					target boat near Pt. Loma, CA 5/13/1947.  Pilot OK.
				94932 (CATU-4) stalled on landing at NAAS Barin Field,
					AL 10/18/1951.  Pilot OK.
				94937 (ATU#9) ran out of fuel in bad weather 12/8/1946
					and pilot bailed out.  Plane hit hillside near
					Rockville, MD.  Pilot OK.
				94941 (VF-191) hit gunnery banner during gunnery 
					competition and ditched off NAS Alameda, CA.
					10/17/1949.  Pilot missing.
				94947 (VF-12) ground looped on landing at McCalla Field, 
					Cuba 10/30/1949.  Pilot OK.
				94949 (VBF-18) torque roll on landing USS Leyte (CV-32)
					9/1/1946 and sank.  Pilot OK.
				94951 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				94954 (VF-18) crashed during air show Omaha, NB
					Jul 19, 1946.  Slow roll right after takeoff.
					Pilot killed.
				94956 (MSN D.205) to French AF and then in May 1956 to Royal Thai AF as Kh15-178/98.  
					At RTAF Museum, Don Maung.
				94958 spun in during low altitude turn near NAAS
					Cabannis Field, TX 9/11/1951.  Pilot killed.
				94960 (VMF-215) dove in near Schell City, MD.  Pilot
					killed.  Date?
				94963 ground looped on landing at NAS Glenview, IL 
					9/19/1951.  Pilot OK.
				94964 (VF-13) hit ramp on landing USS Tarawa (CV-40) and went
					over port site Oct 2, 1948.  Pilot killed.
				94966 (VC-662) landing gear collapsed during takeoff
					roll NAS Anacostia, DC. Date?
				94969 (VF-13) ditched 2 miles east of Kaneohe, HI
					10/10/1948.  Pilot OK.
				94970 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
94972			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				To NAF-NOTS Inyuokers ca 1952.
94973/94981		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
94982			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
94983/94986		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				94985 during emergency landing hit patch on runway
					at Watsonville Airport, CA.  Pilot Ok.
				94986 late pullout from dive during air show at Jacksonville NAS, FL.
					9/29/1946.  Pilot killed.  First Blue Angels fatal accident.
94987			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				94987 (VF-8A) ditched off USS Leyte (CV-32) 6/8/1947.  Pilot OK.
94988/94998		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				94988 (VF-152) hard landing on USS Valley Forge (CV-45) 11/04/1948.  Pilot OK
				94989 (VF-11) in hard landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					3/10/1950 and skidded on deck.  Pilot OK.
				94990 landing gear collapsed on landing at NAAS Cabaniss
					Field, TX 11/02/1949.  Pilot OK.
94999			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95000/95001		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95001 (VF-1A) ground looped on takeoff from NAF El Centro 4/28/1948.  Pilot injured.
95002			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95003/95008		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95004 gear collapsed during landing roll-out at NAS Glenview, Il 9/15/1950.  Pilot OK.
95009			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95010/95014		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95011 (VF-19A) in wheels-up landing at NAF El Centro, CA 3/2/1948.  Pilot OK.
				95014 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95015			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95015 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95016/95021		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95022			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95023/95027		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95025 (VF-661) damaged when 94755 jumped off chocks at 
					NAAS Chincoteague, VA and hit side.  Both SOC
95028			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95028 (VF-12) swerved off runway during landing at NAAS
					Cecil Field, FL 2/2/1950.  Pilot OK.
95029/95032		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95029 (VF-19A) in midair collision with 95458 3/17/1948.  Both pilots killed.
95033			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95034			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95035/95038		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95038 (VF-9A) taxied overside on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					due to brake failure 5/1/1947.  Pilot OK.
95039			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95040/95043		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95040 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95044			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95045/95048		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95045 (VF-191) overside landing on USS Valley Forge (CV-45) 8/04/1949.  Pilot OK
				95046 (VF-10A) catapult bridle ring broke on USS Philippine 
					Sea (CV-47), rolled off deck and sank in Narrragansett
					Bay 3/19/1947.  Pilot OK
				95047 (VF-1A) crashed off USS Tarawa (CV-40) due to bad weather 7/18/1948.  Pilot killed.
95049			Grumman XF8F-2 Bearcat
				F8F-1 airframe with semi-production R-2800-30W engine
95050			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95051/95055		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95051 torque roll on takeoff from Biggs AFB, TX 4/1/1948.  Pilot OK.
				95054 (CQTU-4) hard landing and hit barrier on USS Cabot (CVL-28) 8/29/1949.  Pilot OK.
95056			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95057/95061		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95057 (VF-1A) spun in on wave off from USS Tarawa (CV-40)
					9/4/1947.  Pilot injured.
				95059 (VF-98) spun in on landing Leeward Point Field,
					Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 4/8/1947.  Pilot killed.
				95061 (VF-152) hard landing on USS Antietam (CV-36) 
					10/15/1948.  Pilot OK.
95062			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95063/95067		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95063 (VF-12) hard landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					10/29/1949.  Pilot OK.
95068			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95069/95073		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95074			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95074 (VF-8A) in midair collision with 95162 4/4/1947.
					Pilot killed.
95075/95079		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95075 (VF-7A) in deck crash on USS Leyte (CV-39) 9/29/1947.
					Pilot OK
				95077 (VF-11) wing buckled on landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) 11/21/1949.  Pilot OK.
				95078 (VF-3A) ditched off Randolph CV-15 7/25/1947.
					Pilot OK.
				95079 crashed into mountain near Skull Valley, AZ Nov 15, 1952 on
					way to NAS San Diego from Glenview NAS, IL.  Pilot killed.  
					Cause of crash was getting lost in bad weather.			
95080			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95081/95085		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95083 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				95085 stalled on landing approach near NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 12/19/1951.  Pilot killed.
95086			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95087/95092		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95087 (VF-10A) in midair collision with 95193 during simulated attack on CV 20 mi S of NAAS
					Charlestown, RI 11/18/1947.  Both pilots killed
95093			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95093 (VF-72) lost during ship to shore flight off USS Midway (CVB-41) 6/22/1950.  May have suffered 
					vertigo during rain squall. Pilot killed.
95094/95097		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95098			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95099/95102		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95099 (VF-4A) spun in landing on USS Kearsarge (CV-33) 3/14/1947.  Pilot killed.
				95101 (VF-11) hard landing and hit barrier on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Feb 9, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				95102 (VMF-543) force landed after takeoff from NAS Glenview, IL 10/29/1951.  Pilot injured.
95103			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95104/95107		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95107 stalled during landing at NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 12/04/1951.  Pilot killed.
95108			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95108 (VF-33) ring broke during catapult shot off USS Leyte 
					(CV-32) and crashed into sea 2/22/1949.  Pilot OK
95109/95112		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95110 (VBF-18) wingtip failed in dive during training
					exercise off USS Leyte (CV-32) 9/30/1946.  Pilot killed.
				95111 (VF-7A) force landed near Saunterstown, RI due
					to fuel exhaustion 22/26/1947 and hit tree.
					Pilot injured.
				95112 (VF-7A) hard landing on USS Leyte (CV-32) 2/13/1948.
					Pilot OK.
95113			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95114/95117		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95116 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95118			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95119/95122		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95122 (VX-3) hard landing and hit barrier on USS Saipan 
					(CVL-48) 11/30/1948.  Pilot injured.
95123			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				(VF-17A) stalled on landing at NAAS Otis Field, MA 6/12/1945.
					Pilot injured.
95124/95127		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95125 (VF-12) stalled on landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					9/29/1949.  Pilot OK.
95128			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95129/95132		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95131 (VF-11) in hard landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					11/19/1949.  Pilot OK.
95133			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95134/95137		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95134 in torque roll during landing on USS Cabot (CVL-26), hit
					inverted 4/21/1952.  Pilot killed.
				95136 in torque roll on takeoff from NAAS Cabannis 
					Field, TX 4/13/1951.  Pilot killed.
95138			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95139			Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95140			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
				(VF-3A) stalled on landing on USS Randolph (CV-15) 6/30/1947 
					and hit inverted.  Pilot killed.
95141/95142		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95141 collided with 95185 5/14/1949 near NAAS Cabannis
					Field, TX.  Pilot bailed out OK.  Pilot of 95185
					Killed.
				95142 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95143			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95144/95147		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95144 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95148			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				(VF-31) crashlanded at Barksale AFB, LA May 18, 1950.
95149			Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95150			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95151/95155		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95151 force landed 40 miles from Phoenix, AZ on
					cross-country flight 4/14/1952.  Pilot OK
				95154 ditched 25 miles from NAAS Cabaniss Field, TX
					9/18/1951.  Pilot OK
95156			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95157/95160		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95157 (VF-923) gear collapsed during landing rollout
					NAS San Dieto, CA. 12/14/1950.  Pilot injured.
				95158 crashed during high speed dive 1/2 mile SE of
					Cedarville, NJ 10/22/1951.  Pilot killed.
95161			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
				95161 (VCN-1) undershot landing and hit trees at NAS
					Barbers Point, HI 10/16/1947.  Pilot killed.
95162			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95162 (VF-8A) in midair collision with 95074 4/4/1947.
					Pilot killed.
95163/95165		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95163 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				95164 (VF-11) hard landing on USS Phillippine Sea (CV-47)
					and hit parked aircraft AD-3Q 122865 and F8F-1
					95419.  Pilot OK but all aircraft stricken.
				95165 (VF-71) rolled off deck of USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					on takeoff 1/11/1949.  Pilot killed.
95166			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95167/95170		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95168 (VF-7A) in hard landing on USS Leyte (CV-32) 2/12/1947.
					Pilot OK.
95171			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95172			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95173/95175		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95174 spun in during aerobatics near Aqua Dulce, TX
					6/9/1949.  Pilot bailed out OK.
95176			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95176 hard landing on USS Leyte (CV-32) 2/6/1947.  Pilot 
					injured.
95177/95180		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95181			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95182			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95183/95189		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95184 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				95185 in midair collision with 95141 near NAAS Cabannis Field, TX
					5/14/1949.  Pilot killed.  Pilot of 95141 bailed
					out OK.
				95187 Blue Angel "Beetle Bomb" went in to slow roll on takeoff NAAS Whiting
					Field, FL Apr 24, 1950.  Pilot killed
				95189 (VF-7A) in hard landing Leyte CV-32 2/13/1948.
					Pilot OK
95190			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95191			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95192/95194		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95193 (VF-10A) in midair collision with 95087 during simulated 
					attack on CV 20 mi S of NAAS Charlestown, RI 
					11/18/1947.  Both pilots killed
95195			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95195 landing long and hit barrier on USS Leyte (CV-32)
					1/26/1948.  Pilot injured.
95196/95197		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95196 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95198			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95199			Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95199 (VF-1L) landing gear collapsed on landing at
					NAS Atlantic City, NJ 12/11/1947.  Pilot OK
95200			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95201/95204		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95204 (VF-11A) overside landing on USS Valley Forge (CV-45)
					1/19/1948.  Pilot OK.  Also have this plane as
					being with VF-19 and ditched off Bennington
					CV-20 3/18/1946.  Pilot also OK.
95205			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95206			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95207/95209		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95208 (VF-10A) stalled on landing at NAAS Charlestown, 
					RI 9/4/1947.  Pilot killed.
95210			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95211/95213		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95214			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95215			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95216/95220		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95216 (VF-4A) in hard landing on USS Kearsarge (CV-33)
					9/16/1947.  Pilot injured.
				95218 (VF-7A) in deck accident on USS Leyte (CV-32) 
					1/20/1948.  Pilot OK
				95219 SOC Navy at Alameda Oct 22, 1951 and believed to have
					gone directly to Royal Thai AF as Kh15-32/94
95221			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95221 (VF-132) hit banner during air-to-air gunnery and 
					ditched off Pontaverda, FL 20/03/1949.  Pilot OK.
95222			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95223/95226 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95227			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95228/95229 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95228 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95230 			Grumman F8F-1N Bearcat
95231			Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95232			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95232 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95233/95236 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95233 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				95234 (VF-152) overshot landing at NAS Alameda, CA
					12/06/1948.  Pilot OK
				95236 (CQTU-4) hit trees on landing Bronosn Field, AL
					1/14/1950.  Pilot injured.
95237			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95237 (VF-8A) stalled during landing Ta Kali Airfield,
					Malta.  Pilot OK.
95238/95241 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95241 (CQTU-4) hit barrier on landing on USS Cabot (CVL-28).
					Pilot OK.  Date?
95242			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95243/95246 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95246 (CQTU-4) ditched wheels down off runway Perdido
					Bay 8/12/1949.  Pilot injured.
95247			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95248/95252 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95252 (VF-10A) ditched off USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) 15 m 
					south of Malta 5/27/1948
95253			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95254/95259 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95255 (MSN D.527) to civil registry as N41089, then N58204. 
					reported 1972 displayed at Tan Son Nhut AB, South Vietnam.  In
					2009 reported owned by owner in USA.
95260			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95261/95264 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95265			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95265 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95266/95270 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95267 leveled off high during landing at NAS Olanthe,
					KA 6/23/1950.  Pilot OK.
				95289 (VF-5A) stalled on landing on USS Shangri-LA (CV-38) Jun 3, 1947 
					and sank.  Pilot injured.
95271			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95272/95274 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95273 (VF-13) stalled on landing on USS Tarawa (CV-40) and
					sank 11/30/1948.  Pilot injured.
95275			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95276/95280 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95280 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95281			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95282/95284 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95283 (VF-19A) force landed after takeoff from NAS
					San Diego 10/23/1947.  Pilot injured.
95285			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				(VF-12) crashlanded 4 mi NE of Maxwell AFB, AL Aug 17, 1950.
95286/95289 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95286 force landed west of Borger, TX 8/17/1951.
					Pilot OK.
95290			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95291/95294 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95294 (VF-153) ditched in San Francisco Bay 12/08/1948.
					Pilot OK
95295			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95296/95299 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95296 (VF-151) ditched during group tactics, NAS
					Alameda, CA 1/26/1949.  Pilot injured.
95300			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95301/95304 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95301 forced landed after takeoff from NAS St Louis, MO
					and landed near Vichy, MO 7/16/1951.  Pilot 
					injured.
				95304 (VF-111) in midair collision with 95421 off La Jolla, CA
					9/1/1948.  Both pilots killed.
95305			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95306/95309 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95309 landed long at NAAS Charlestown, RI and hit 
					snow bank 2/16/1948.
95310			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95310 (VF-72) force landed near NAS Quonset Point, 
					RI 3/08/1951.  Pilot OK
95311/95314 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95311 (VF-19A) hit slipstream landing behind B-29
					and crashed at Davis Monthan Field, AZ
					10/16/1948.  Pilot injured.
				95312 (VF-11A) hit barrier in landing on USS Valley Forge
					(CV-45).  Pilot OK.  Date?
				95314 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95315			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95316/95318 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95317 (VF-152) hit barrier landing on USS Boxer (CV-21) 1/10/1949.  Pilot OK.
				95318 (VF-192)
95319			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95320/95323 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95320 (VCN-1) hit barrier on landing on USS Valley Forge (CV-45)
					22/13/1947.  Pilot OK.
95324			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95324 (VF-1A) hit barrier on landing on USS Tarawa (CV-40)
					9/4/1947.  Pilot OK.
95325/95329 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95326 (VF-191) collided with 95443 during gunnery near
					Farallon Island 1/5/1949.  Both pilots killed.
				95329 (CQTU-4) ground-looped on landing at NAAS Barin
					Field, AL.  Pilot OK.  Date?
95330			Grumman XF8F-2 Bearcat
				F8F-1 airframe with semi-production R-2800-30W engine
95331/95333 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95332 (VF-73) dove in 3 miles off Sakannat Point, RI
					9/8/1949.  Pilot missing.
				95333 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95334			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95334 (VF-8A) hard landing on USS Leyte (CV-32) 2/13/1948.
					Pilot OK.
95335/95339 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95335 (VF-4A) hit barrier on landing on USS Kearsarge (CV-33) 
					6/1/1947.  Pilot injured.
				95336 (CQTU-4) hit barrier on landing on USS Cabot (CVL-28)
					8/29/1949.  Pilot OK.
				95337 (VF-4A) hit banner during gunner and crashed
					NAS Quonset Point, RI. 10/21/1947.  Pilot killed.
				95338 (MSN D.610) reported 1972 displayed at Tan Son Nhut AB,
					South Vietnam
95340			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95340 (V-6A) in hard landing on USS Leyte (CV-32) 2/12/1948.
					Pilot OK.
95341/95343 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95342 to French AF.  Lost May 1949, details unknown.  The
					aircraft at Takhli AFB, Thailand is often quoted as ex-
					95342, but it is probably not.  The aircraft at Takhli
					bears the figures 342, but this is apparently a Thai
					squadron code.
				95343 force landed at Andrews AFB, MD Feb 25, 1951.
95344			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95345/95348 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95345 (VF-153) hit barrier in landing on USS Antietam (CV-36)
					Oct 11, 1948.  Pilot injured.
95344			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95350/95353 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95352 ditched off NAS Corpus Christi, TX 6/24/1952.
					Pilot OK.
95354			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95355/95358 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95356 on civil registry as N7247C, then N4752Y
				95358 (VF-73) caught fire while taxiing on ground NAS
					Quonset Point, RI 11/22/1949.  Pilot OK.
95359			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95360/95362 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95363			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95363 (VF-2A) in midair collision with 95411 7/15/1948.  Pilot
					bailed out, other pilot killed.
95364/95367 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95365 (VF-19A) hard landing on USS Boxer (CV-21) 11/12/1947.
					Pilot injured.
				95366 stalled on landing at NAAS Cecil Field, FL 
					3/8/1950.  Pilot killed.
95368			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95369/95372 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95369 (MSN D.641, VF-13) wing collapsed during landing on USS Philippine
					Sea (CV-47).  Pilot OK.  Reported 1972 displayed at Nha Trang
					AB, South Vietnam
				95371 (VF-12) hit barrier landing on USS Midway (CVB-41)
					8/31/1949.  Pilot OK
				95372 (VF-1L) ditched during landing approach to USS Saipan
					(CVL-48) 5/18/1947.  Pilot OK.
95373			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95374/95377 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95375 spun in during landing NAAS Bronson Field, FL
					04/21/1952.  Pilot killed
95378			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95379/95382 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95380 crashed during landing approach to NAS Memphis,
					TN May 13, 1953.
				95381 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95383			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95383 (VF-2A/VF-12) in midair collision with 95425 off USS
					Tarawa (CV-40) 7/18/1948.  Both pilots killed.
95384/95386 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95387			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95388/95390 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95391			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95392/95395 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95392 (VF-9A) hard landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					1/6/1948.  Pilot OK
				95393 (VF-11A) ditched off USS Valley Forge (CV-45) 
					12/03/1947.  Pilot OK
95396			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95396 (VF-2A) hit catwalk on landing Tarawa CV-40
					9/2/1947.  Pilot OK.
95397/95400 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95401			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				MSN D.650.  Reported 1979 at Flying Tigers Museum, Paris, TX
95402/95405 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95402 (VF-13) crashed into high terrain during bad
					weather near Berlin, PA 9/13/1949.  Pilot
					killed.
				95404 (VF-111) hard landing on USS Valley Forge (CV-45)
					10/12/1948.  Pilot OK
95406			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95407/95410 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95408 SOC Apr 27, 1956 at NAS San Diego.
				95410 elevator torn off in dive and crashed 41 mi from
					NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 12/17/1951.  Pilot killed.
95411			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95411 (VF-2A) in midair with 95363 7/15/1948.  Pilot
					killed, other pilot bailed out.
95412/95415 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95412 to French AF as 5412
95416			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95416 (VF-2A) ditched during navigation flight 8/20/1947
					near NAS San Diego, CA.  Pilot injured.
95417/95419 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95419 hit by hard landing F8F-1 95164 2/28/1950 aboard USS
					Philippine Sea (CV-47).  SOC.
95420			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95421/95424 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95421 (VF-111) in collision with 95304 off La Jolla, CA
					Sep 1, 1948.  Both pilots killed.
95425			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95425 (VF-2A/VF-12) in midair collision with 95383 off
					USS Tarawa (CV-40) 7/18/1948.  Both pilots killed.
95426/95429 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95426 (VF-112) ditched after takeoff NAS San Diego, CA
					Pilot injured.  Date?
				95427 (VF-191) in hard landing on USS Boxer (CV-21)
					Nov 5, 1948.  Pilot OK.
				95429 (VF-20A/VF-192) ditched off USS Princeton (CV-37)
					Aug 4, 1948.  Pilot OK.
95430			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95430 (VF-2A) spun in on landing on USS Tarawa (CV-40) 9/15/1947.
					Pilot injured.
95431/95434 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95434 SOC with USN May 1954 and believed to have gone to
					Royal Thai AF
95435			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95436/95439 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95438 (F8F-1D, VU-4) gear collapsed on landing at NAAS 
					Chincoteague, VA 5/12/1949.  Pilot OK
95440			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95441/95444 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95442 went into inverted spin during aerobatics and
					crashed near NAAS Cabannis Field, TX 4/11/1950.
					Pilot killed.
				95443 (VF-191) collided with 95326 during gunnery near
					Farallon Island 1/5/1949.  Both pilots killed.
95445			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95446/95449 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95449 (VF-9A) hard landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					1/6/1948.  Pilot OK.
95450			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95451/95453 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95451 (VF-19A) ditched off USS Boxer (CV-21) 3/15/1948 due
					to fuel exhaustion.  Pilot OK
95454			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95454 hard landing on USS Boxer (CV-21) 3/4/1948.  Pilot 
					OK.  
95455/95458 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95458 (VF-19A) in midair with 95029 3/17/1948.  Both 
					pilots killed.
95459			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				Stalled on landing at NAAS Cabannis Field, TX
					Nov 8, 1949.  Pilot killed.
95460/95462 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95461 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
95463			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95464/95467 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95464 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				95466 (VR-3) landing gear collapsed on takeoff from
					Spartansburg Airport, SC 6/25/1950.  Pilot OK
				95467 (VF-885) stalled on landing on USS Monterey
					(CVL-26) 9/4/1951.   Pilot OK
95468			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				95468 (VF-13A) engine failure on landing on USS Tarawa (CV-40) and
					ditched 10/23/1947. Pilot OK.
95469/95471 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95470 (VF-193) ditched off USS Boxer (CV-21) Nov 1, 1948.
					Pilot OK.
				95471 crashed during bombing practice off NAAS
					Cabannis Field, TX 4/25/1952.  Pilot killed.
95472			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95473/95476 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
95477			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95478/95481 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95479 VF-721 flew into water near target during 
					gunnery practice ESE of Ft. Lauderdale, FL
					3/26/1950.  Pilot killed.
95482			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95483/95486 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				94483 SOC with USN and to Royal Thai AF as Kh15-154/97
95487			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95488/95491 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95490 (VF-9A) hard landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)
					Jan 6, 1948.  Pilot OK.
				95491 force landed near NAAS Cabannis Field, TX
					Mar 8, 1951 due to oil loss.  Pilot OK
95492			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95493/95497 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				95495 (CQTU-4) flew into water in landing on USS Cabot
					(CVL-28) 2/13/1950.  Pilot OK.
				95496 (CQTU-4) spun in during landing on USS Wright
					(CVL-49) Nov 7, 1950.  Pilot killed.
95498			Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
95499/96751  		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				cancelled contract
96752/97390		Vought F4U-4 Corsair
				96756 (VMF-212, USS Bataan (CVL-29)) damaged by enemy fire or by own bomb blast
					and ditched off shore Jan 20, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				96759 (VF-871, USS Essex (CV-9)) damaged by enemy fire and crash-landed at 
					friendly airfield Dec 12, 1952.
				96762 (VMF-323, USS Sicily (CVE-118)) crashed into sea during landing Jun 17, 1951.
					Pilot KIA.
				96763 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA SE of Munchon
					Feb 11, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				96768 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko (CVE-115)) shot down by AAA near Soya-ri Mar 27, 1952.
					Pilot bailed and rescued by SAR helicopter.
				96770 (VF-193, USS Princeton (CV-37)) shot down by MiG near Hungnam Oct 7, 1952,
					pilot bailed out successfully but died shortly after rescue.
				96771 (VF-74) lost off USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) 1 January 1949
				96779 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) crashed into water on takeoff Apr 26, 1952.  Pilot rescued
					by helicopter.
				96784 (VMF-212 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) crashed into barriers after returning from mission
					Feb 4, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.  (VF-192, USS Princeton (CV-37)) engine failure after bombing 
					run May 5, 1952, pilot bailed out.
				96790 collided in midair with F6F-5 BuNo 79445 over lower east side of
					Detroit Jun 23, 1948.  Both pilots killed.  It appears that
					both pilots could have bailed out but stayed with their
					planes to try and avoid damage to people and houses on the ground.
				96793 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) disintegrated in midair during attack
					on bridge Aug 11, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				96794 (VMF-323 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118)) crashed into barrier Jun 12, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
					(VF-92, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA S. of Wonsan, Korea
					Apr 7, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				96809 (VF-53, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) engine failure of launch Jul 3, 1950.  Pilot
					rescued.
				96810 crashed on catapult from USS Midway (CVB-41) Apr 25, 1946.  Pilot not recovered.
				96811 (VF-92, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) engine failure on takeoff, ditched Apr 27, 1953.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				96821 (VMF-323, USS Sicily (CVE-118)) hit by AAA and made wheels-up landing near Imjin River in
					enemy territory Jul 2, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				96834 (VF-871 attached to USS Princeton (CV37)) shot down by AAA 2 m E of Kumsong Jul 22, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				96838 (HQS-33, VMAW-1) damaged in takeoff accident at Bofu AB,
					Japan Jan 27, 1951.
				96845 (VMF-323, USS Sicily (CVE-118)) hit barrier on landing and flipped over Jul 28, 1951.
					Pilot injured.
				96851 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) hit by AAA S of Wonsan Nov 18, 1951,
					pilot bailed out and rescued by helicopter.
				96855 (VMF-312) hit by ground fire and bellied in at Hagaru-ri dirt strip Nov 29, 1950.  Pilot uninjured.
				96872 (VMF-212 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) hit by aaa Suwon forced to land Mar 4, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				96879 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko (CVE-115)) shot down by AAA near Taetan Mar 5, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				96881 (VF-791, USS Boxer (CV-21)) ditched after engine failure on takeoff May 11, 1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				96885 (MSN 9039) to Honduras AF as FAH-618.  In 1990 was reported stored by Earl Ware of
					Jacksonville, FL.  In Nov 2006 was at USS Midway museum restoration facility.
				96890 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko (CVE-115)) hit by AAA and ditched Mar 29, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				96894 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA N of Munchon May 13, 1952.
					Pilot KIA.
				96895 (VF-63) crashed into sea during landing operations off USS Boxer (CV-21) Sep 26, 1950.  Pilot
					picked up by helicopter.
				96899 (VF-53, USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA N of Hungnam Dec 23, 1950.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter
				96900 (VF-23, USS Boxer (CV-21)) lost power on takeoff and ditched Sep 16, 1950.
					Pilot rescued.
				96916 (VMF-312, USS Bataan (CVL-29)) ditched after being hit by AAA near Wonsan
					Apr 9, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				96918 (VF-884) hit by ground fire, pilot bailed out May 18, 1951.  Pilot POW.  Wreckage on display at the
					Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum, Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
				96923 (VF-63) pilot bailed out over Wonsan Harbor, pilot rescued by helicopter Apr 5, 1951 but died on
					way to hospital.
				96928 (VF-94) hit by AAA, ditched off USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) Jun 29, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helo.
				96932 (VF-152) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan
					Harbor, Korea May 3, 1953.
				96938 (VF-63 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) lost May 23, 1951 12 mi S of Koksan.  Pilot POW
				96939 (VMF-212) crashed on deck of USS Bataan (CVL-29) Jan 22, 1951.  Pilot uninjured
				96941 (VF-871 attached to USS Essex (CVA-9)) shot down by AAA Oct 18, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				96949 (VMF-312 atached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) pilot bailed out due to engine failure May 8, 1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				96951 (VF-871) crashed on takeoff from USS Essex (CV-9) Aug 2, 1952.   Pilot rescued by helo.
				96958 (VF-114) ditched while landing on USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) Apr 10, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helo.
				96965 (VF-193 crashed into sea while landing on USS Princeton (CV-37) after tailhook failed Jul 7, 1952.
					Pilot injured.
				96970 ditched off Atlantic City, NJ Jul 6, 1950.
				96973 (VMA-312 attached to USS Bairoko (CVE-115)) hit by ground fire Mar 10, 1952, pilot bailed out, rescued
					by helicopter.
				96979 (VMF-323 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118)) hit by ground fire SW of Pyongyang, crashed Jul 3, 1951.  
					Pilot KIA
				96982 (VF-94 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) in midair collision, pilot bailed out Apr 1, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helo.
				96991 (VMF-312 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) shot down by AAA and crashlanded in Han River near 
					Munson Mar 15, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				96995 (MSN 9149) to Honduras AF as FAH-614.  Sold in 1979.  In 1990 was airworthy with
					J. K. Ridley of Abilene, TX as N9408M.  To Austrian user as OE-EAS
					OE-EAS reported registered to The Flying Bulls, Salzburg, Austria.
				97008 (VMF-312 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) crashed W of Hoengsong Feb 24, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97011 (VF-884 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21)) shot down by AAA near Ambyon Sep 18, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				97015 (VF-24 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) shot down by AAA over Wonsan Harbor Apr 20, 1951. 
					Pilot KIA
				97022 (VMF-212) hit by AAA and forced to ditch Aug 7, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				97028 (VF-884) assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 21, 1945 
					to Apr 30, 1947.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
					With VF-884 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21) ditched due to mechanical failure Oct 8, 1951.  Pilot rescued.  
				97029 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Apr 22, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97034 (VF-874 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) shot down by AAA W of Wonsan Jul 17, 1951, 
					ditched in Wonsan Harbor
				97044 (VF-63) crashed during landing on USS Valley Forge (CV-45) Feb 7 1951.  Pilot rescued by helo
				97045 (VF-653) hit by AAA E of Pungsan Mar 11, 1952.  Unsuccessful bailout.
				97048 (VMF-212, USS Badoeng Strait, CVE-116) hit by AAA Jan 26, 1952, pilot KIA in unsuccessful bail out.
				97053 (VF-193 or VF-871) hit by AAA, ditched, DBR May 18, 1951.  
				97059 to Honduras AF as FAH-617.  Interned in Guatemala Jul 15, 1969.  Destroyed in accident Mar 3, 1977 after crash
					landing at Tegucigalpa airport during military maneuvers.
					Center fuselage and wing displayed at Museo del Aire de Honduras.
				97061 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Feb 1951.  A misfired rocket damaged the propellors and forcelanded 7 mi NW of 
					Armitage Field, CA Jan 17, 1952.
				97063 (VMF-232) damaged in taxiing accident at Biggs AFB, TX Dec 23, 1950
				97067 (VMF-323) hit by ground fire, damaged during SAR effort, wheels up landing at K-47 Oct 30, 1951.
				97073 (VF-113) crashed into sea during bombing training exercise Jan 28, 1952
				97083 (VF-874) hit by AAA and ditched in river near Tongha-ri, Korea Oct 5, 1951.  
					Pilot rescued by helo.
				97090 engine failure out of NAAS El Centro, CA
					Oct 24, 1950.  Pilot bailed out.
				97098 (VMF-312 hit by AAA and crashed near Kycha Oct 3, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				97100 (VF-884 hit by AAA during dive on target, crashed near Pyongyang Nov 8, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				97103 (VF-53 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) shot down by AAA 15 mi Ne of Posong Jul 25, 1950.
					Pilot POW.
				97115 (VMF-212) crashed on aft end of flight deck of USS Bataan Feb 3, 1951.  Also listed as ditching
					in Wonsan Harbor with VF-713 Nov 8, 1951.
				97116 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and ditched in ocean near Changin-do Jul 15, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				97120 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and crashlanded on frozen Annyong Reservoir 10 mi N of Haeju
					Feb 24, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helo.
				97121 (VMF-323 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118)) crashed into barrier on return from mission Jul 3 1951.
					Pilot uninjured.
				97123 (VMF-312) developed fuel leak, smoke in cockpit, pilot bailed out Sep 28, 1950. Pilot
					rescued by Japanese fishing boat.
				97128 (VMF-323) went over side of USS Sicily (CVE-118) Jul 9, 1951 due to bad brakes.  Pilot uninjured.
				97130 (VF-193 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out near Hoeryong and was 
					rescued Sep 13, 1952.
				97132 (VF-193 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) shot down by AAA near Kilchu, Korea Jul 28, 1952.  
					Pilot rescued by helo
				97136 (VMA-312 attached to USS Bairoko (CVE-115)) hit by small armes fire near Kyo-dong, ditched 
					SE of Cho-Do Apr 14, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				97139 (VF-884) crashed on takeoff from USS Boxer (CV-21) due to power failure Aug 4, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				97142 (MSN 9296) to civil registry as N3771A, sale to Honduras AF fell through.
					Now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation as 97349, civil registration
					N4802X reserved Apr 3, 1984.  At Pima since at least Mar 1995.
				97143 WFU Jul 5, 1956.  To Honduran AF as FAH-613 in 1960.  To US civil registry as N96042 in 1970.
					Registered as N713JT in 1981 with Joseph and James Tobul of Pittsburg, PA.
					Painted as aircraft JT-416 of VF653 of USS Valley Forge on one side and as aircraft JT-416
					of VF884 USS Boxer on the other side.  Crashed at Columbia, SC
					Nov 10, 2002, killing pilot Joseph Tobul.  Aircraft restored and is now flying again, piloted by
					Joe Tobul's son Jim.  Went off runway at Atlanta, GA May 16, 2014.
				97144 (VMF-312 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-39) hit by AAA and force landed near Sukchon May 21, 1952.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter
				97146 (VF-63 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) hit by AAA NE of Hongchon, pilot bailed out 
					May 19, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97153 (VMF-212) crashed through barriers on USS Bataan (CVL-29) and damaged 97153 and 81390 Mar 4, 1951.
					Pilot uninjured.
				97162 (VF-193 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) crashed into sea due to power failure Jun 8, 1952.
					Pilot rescued.
				97165 (VF-884 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21)) engine stalled and spun in near destroyer Apr 2, 1951.
					Pilot injured but rescued.
				97170 (VF-874 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) shot down by AAA Sep 2, 1951, pilot bailed out
					and was rescued.
				97181 (VF-94 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) ditched due to engine failure on launch Jul 24, 1953.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97187 (VF-874 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) lost power on takeoff and ditched Aug 24, 1951.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97191 (VMA-332 attache to USS Bairoko (CVE-115) skidded off deck and landed in water Jun 21, 1953.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97192 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Oct 30, 1951.  Pilot POW
				97195 (VF-193 attached to uSS Princeton (CV-37)) shot down by AA 1 mi N of Hwachon Reservoor Apr 29, 1951.
					Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				97201 was only Corsair to shoot down a jet aircraft during the Korean
					War.  Pilot was Maj. Jesse Folmar who shot down a MiG-15 Sep 10, 1952
					Also listed as being with VF-74 and based on USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) and shot down by AAA
					and ditched in Sea of Japan Jul 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				97202 (VF-24 attached to USS Phiippine Sea (CV-47)) shot down by ground fire near chunchon May 18, 1951.
					Pilot injured but rescued.
				97207 (VMF-212) engine failure during field carrier landing practice Sep 2, 1951 and crash landed.
					Pilot uninjured.
				97210 hit by AAA near Wonsan, Korea May 5, 1953.
				97217 (VMF-232) damaged in taxiing accident at Biggs AFB, TX
					Dec 23, 1950.
				97225 (VMF-312, USS Bataan (CVL-29)) hit by AAA, crashed and exploded near
					Sariwon Airfield Apr 22, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97230 (VMA-312 attached to USS Badoeng Straig (CVE-116)) hit by AAA while attacking bridge near Chaeryong
					and made wheels-up landing Jan 31, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				97231 (VF-32 attached to USS Leyte (CV-32) hit by AAA in Chosin Reservoir area Dec 4, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				97239 (VF-783 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) crashed during landing approacy Jul 4, 1951.
					Pilot KIA.
				97242 (VMF-312 attached to US Bataan (CVL-29)) fire in cockpit, pilot bailed out 12 mi SE of Pyongtaek
					Jan 27, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				97255 (VF-884 attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) shot down by AA in vicinity Of Chun-con Nov 1, 1952.
					Pilot MIA.
				97258 (VF-884 attache to USS Boxer (CV-21)) ditched due to engine failure Jul 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued
					by helicopter.
				97259 (MSN 9413) to civil registry as N3728A.  In 1990 was under restoration by EAA Museum Oshkosh, WI as N6667.
				97264 (MSN 9418) to storage at Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 1956.  Purchased by Pacific Warbirds Museum, then
					to Eugene Akers and restored. In 1990 was under restoration as N5218V.  Now in France as F-AZVJ.
					Reported in 2007 as owned by Wings of Canada, but to be sold.  Reported to be
					undergoing major overhaul at Ezell Aviation, Breckenridge, TX in
					2008 prior to delivery to new owner.
				97267 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jul 1950.
				97272 (VF-63 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21) hit by AA and pilot bailed out over Wonsan Harbor Apr 29, 1952.  
					Pilot rescued by helicopter
				97274 (VMF-212 attached to USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116)) hit by AAA near Sam-do and crashed at sea
					Jan 13, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				97277 (VF-653) crashed and burned on attemped deck launch from USS Valley Forge off Korea Feb 2, 1952.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97280 (MSN 9434) to Honduras AF as FAH-615.  In 1990 was airworthy with Warbirds of Great Britain
					at Biggin Hill, England as N49092. Later registered as N712RD.  Collided on ground with F8F-1 N14HP Jul 28, 1999 at
					Oshkosh, WI.  Rebuilt.  Now on civil registry as N712RD
				97286 (MSN 9440) sale to Honduran AF not completed, registered as N5215V.
					In 1990 was airworthy with Robby Jones of Minter City, MS as N5215V.
					Damaged by Hurricane Andrew at Tamiani Aug 24, 1992, repaired for static
					display.  Displayed at Kermit Weeks Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL
				97288 (MSN 9442) to Honduras AF as FAH-612.  Now on civil registry as N4907M.  Was airworthy in 1990 with Joseph Bellantoni
					of Port Chester, NY
				97295 (VF-874 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) lost power and crashed into water shortly
					after takeoff Nov 21, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97296, 97364, 97415 converted to XF4U-5.
				97302 (MSN 9456) planned sale to Honduras AF not completed.  To civil registry as
					N3764A.  At Breckenridge Aviation Museum, Breckingridge, TX as N68HP
				97305 (VF-653 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Mar 30, 1952.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.  Also listed as crashing on test flight May 30 1952.  Pilot killed.
				97307 (VF-874 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) hit by AAA near Songin and headed out to
					sea and ditched near USS Helena (CA-75) Oct 6, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				97314 (VF-653 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) collided with another aircraft during training
					flight Dec 9, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97316 (VMF-312 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) cras landed near Sinmak Mar 21, 1951.  Pilot rescued
					by helicopter.
				97317 (VF-713 attached to USS Antietam (CV-36) shot down by AAA 5 mi S of Yo-do Jan 29, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				97320 (MSN 9474) to Honduras AF as FAH-616.  On civil registry as N72084.  Was airworthy
					with John Roxbury of Princeton, MN in 1990.
				97325 (VF-783 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31)) forced down over Korea Aug 26, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
					With VF-783 hit by AAA Oct 3, 1951, pilot KIA
				97330 (MSN 9484) was airworthy in 1990 with Erikson Air Crane of Central Point,
					OR as N5222V.  Crashed at Chilquin, OR Aug 2, 1991 when pilot bailed out
					after engine caught fire after aircraft struck tree.  Wreck was restored
					and registration N912CM was reserved.  In 2010, 97330, registration number N5222V, was being 
					restored by Connecticut Corsair at Connecticut’s Chester Airport.  About 30 percent of the 
					airplane will be newly fabricated.
				97345 (VF-193 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) ditched on takeoff Dec 5, 1950.  Pilot rescued by helicopterl
				97348 (VF-23 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21)) shot down by AAA 10 mi SE of Pyongyang Oct 1, 1950.  Pilot
					rescued by helicopter
				97349 (MSN 9503) accepted by US Navy Feb 26, 1946.  Initial service with FASRON 691 at NAS North Island.
					Joined USMC at MCAS El Toro, serving with VMT-2 before going VMA-251 and later VMF-235, also
					stationed at El Toro.  Next with VMA-332 at Cherry Point and rejoined VMF-235 at Kaneohe in summer of 1952,
					traveling to Hawaii aboard Cape Esperance, CVE-88.  Last service with USMC was in late 1952 when
					it served with VMF-238 at El Toro and Kaneohe.  Reclaimed by US Navy in Hawaii and Farson 117 flew it to Barbers
					Point early in 1953.  After a stint with Naval Reserve in Atlanta and Olathe, flown to storage
					at Litchfiel Park in Jun 1954.  Planned sale to Honduras AF not completed.  In Jul 1956 SOC and
					sold to Bob Bean.  Was noted in 1974 mounted on a pole at Tucson Inn Motel, AZ, later to USMC Museum, Quantico
					VA, loaned to Pima Air And Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  The plane at National
					Museum of Naval Aviation marked as 97349 is actually 97142.
				97352 (VMF-212 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) shot down by AAA near Suwon Jan 18, 1951. Pilot rescued
					by helicopter
				97359 (MSN 9513) to civil registry as N5213V.  Planned sale to Honduran AF
					not completed.  Later registered as N97359, flew in TV series "Bah Bah Black
					Sheep".  Registered as N240CA.  In 1990 was airworth with the Old Flying Machine Co of Duxford,
					England as N240CA.  Back to USA Mar 1992, flew as RNZAF NZ5628.  Acquired
					during 2006 by Vintage wings of Canada.  Reported oct 2007 to have been sold
					to owner in USA.
				97361 converted to F4U-4N
				97369 (MSN 9523) registered N5214V.  In 1990 was on display at Marine Corps Air-Ground
					Museum, Quantic, VA.  Still there in 1998.  Noted Nov 10, 2006 at National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
				97372 (VF-74 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) did not pull out of bombing run and
					crashed Aug 14, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				97373 (VMA-312 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-20)) stalled and hit water on landing approacy Jul 13, 1952.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97382 (MSN 9536) to Honduras AF as FAH-611.  Partially destroyed by fire after
					crash landing at La Mesa airbase Apr 17, 1974.  Sold in 1979.  Now in USA.
				97387 (VMA-312 attached to USS Bairoko (CVE-115)) lost May 9, 1953.
				97388 (MSN 9542) to Honduran AF as FAH-610 in 1960.  Sold in 1981.  
					Now on civil registry as N72378.  Was reported under restoration in 1990.
					Seen 2008 at Fargo Air Museum, Fargo, ND.
				97389 (MSN 9543) stored dismantled Tucson Airport 1973.
				97390 (MSN 9544) to civil registry as N47991.  Noted in restoration hangar at Yanks
					Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
97391/97531		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				Korean war losses from Douglas E Campbell
				97392 assigned to Naval Air Test Center (NATC), NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 21, 1950 to Nov 20, 1953.
					Returned to US Navy
				97393 listed as being with VMF-214 and
					attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118) and ditched on takeoff Jan 2, 1951.
				97395 (VMF-24) ditched due to engine failure on sandbar near Yanggu Jun 10, 1951.  Pilot rescued
				97396 (VMF-323 attached to USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116)) crashed Osaka Bay Aug 28, 1950.  Pilot KIA.
					Also listed as with VMF-312 and attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) and shot down by ground fire
					near Oktong-Ni Jun 16, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				97398 (VMF-312) shot down near Sagi-ri Aug 15, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				97399 (VMF-212) crashed while attempting to land Pyongtaek May 1, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				97400 (VMA-312 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118)) sho down by AAA 1 mi S of Hachwira-do Oct 2, 1952.
					Pilot KIA
				97401 (VF-54 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) ditched Inchon Harbor due to engine failure Sep 15, 1950.
					Pilot rescued.
				97403 (VMF-312) landing crippled AF-4L collided with this aircraft while parked at Kangnung Dec 5, 1951.
				97404 (VMF-214) crashed Jul 2, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				97405 (VMF-214) landed long after mission and overturned Sep 16, 1951
				97406 (VMF-323) hit by AAA and made emergency landing Sep 18, 1952
				97407 (VMF-312) landing crippled AD-4L collided with this aircraft while parked at Kangnung Dec 5, 1951.
				97410 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and force landed in
					North Korea May 3, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97412 (VMF-323) crashed near Sinwon Mar 28, 1952 during bomb run.  Pilot KIA
				97414 (VMF-214 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118)) crashed 12 mi N of Seoul Jan 3, 1951 due to engine
					failure.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				97417 listed as crashing Choyang River with VMF-212
					Apr 9, 1952. Pilot KIA.
				97426 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Apr 25, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97427 (VMF-214) shot down by groundfire Apr 13, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97433 (VMF-214) crashed on landing Pusan-West May 13, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				97434 (VMF-323) caught fire and pilot bailed out May 6, 1952. Pilot POW
				97435 (VMF-323 attached to USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116)) shot down by AAA 1 mi S of Che-do Aug 10, 1950.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97440 (VMF-323) shot down by ground fire near Choyang River May 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				97442 (VF-113 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) crashed during strafing run Jan 31, 1951.  Pilot
					rescued by helicopter
				97444 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA May 2, 1952, pilot bailed out and became POW
				97445 (VMF-214) shot down by AAA May 8, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				97446 (VMF-214 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118) ditched Sep 15, 1950.  Pilot rescued
				97448 crashed on Santa Cruz Island, CA Mar 2, 1949.
				97449 (VMF-323) crashed during test flight May 19, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				97452 (VMF-312) hit byground fire and made wheels-up landing on beach near Kangnung Dec 2, 1951.  Pilot
					uninjured.
				97454 (VMF-312) MIA Oct 16, 1951
				97455 (VMF-214) hit by small arms fire and made emergency landing on beach Sep 22, 1951.  Went out to
					sea on life raft anw rescued by helicopter
				97456 (VF-54) hit by enemy fire, force landed
					Sept 25, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				97457 (VF-53 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) crash landed near Sariwon Sep 25, 1950.  Pilot KIA.
					Aircraft destroyed by friendly forces.
				97458 (FASRON-11) damaged in taxiing accident at Ashiya AB,
					Japan Dec 2, 1950. With MAMS-12 lost due to enemy action Sep 4, 1952.
				97459 (VMA-312 attached to USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116)) damaged by own bomb blast 10 mi S of
					Sunwi-Do Nov 24, 1952 and ditched.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97460 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA and ditched near Cho-do Oct 16, 1951. Pilot rescued by SA-16 
				97461 (VMA-212) hit by AAA and ditched 4.5 mi from Cho-do Jun 21, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				97462 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA Oct 25, 1961.  Pilot KIA
				97463 (VMF-214 attached to USS Sicily (CVE-118)) shot down by AAA near Pohang Aug 31, 1950. Pilot KIA
				97467 (VF-54 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA and ditched in Songjon-man Harbor
					Aug 27, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				97470 (VMA-312 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) lost Jul 17, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				97471 (VMF-323) in gunway collision Pyongtaek May 9, 1952.  Pilot uninjured
				97474 (VMF-323) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out Apr 3, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97475 (VF-53 attached to USS Essex (CV-9) crashed in snowstorm in vicinity of Sokcho-ri Feb 21, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				97478 (VMF-312) Shot down by AAA near Kar Hwa-ri Jan 17, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				97479 (VMF-214) hit ground while on bomb run near Inchon, Korea
					Jul 16, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				97480 (VMF-312) ditched Wonsan Harbor due to mechanical failure Sep 21, 1951.  Pilot rescued
				97481 (VMA-232) went off runway during landing and flipped over Oct 27, 1952.
				97483 (VMF-323 attached to USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116) struck by another aircraft which had landed and
					jumped over landing barreri Aug 8, 1950.  Pilot injured.
				97486 (VMF-312) hit by ground fire and ditched near Cho-do Oct 11, 1951.  Pilot rescued by SA-16
				97490 (VMF-323) ditched offshore May 6, 1952.  Pilot injured
				97492 (VMS-323 attached to USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116)) shot down by ground fire W of Kosong Aug 11, 1950
					Pilot KIA
				97496 (VF-653 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) collided with another aircraft during
					training flight Dec 9, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				97498 (VF-653 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) made force landing Kangnung due to AAA damage
					Jan 8, 1952
				97499 (VF-53 attached to USS Valley Forge CV-45)) made forced landing Kimpo due to AAA damage Sep 22, 1950.
				97500 (VMF-323) damaged by own bomb blast and landed at P-y-do Dec 5, 1951
				97502 (VMF-212) crashed into target and exploded Apr 23, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				97504 (VF-53 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Dec 1, 1951.
					Pilot rescued
				97507 converted to F4U-4P.
				97512 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA Nov 4, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				97515 (VF-53 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) hit by small arms fire SE of Wonsan Nov 21, 1951.
					Pilot bailed out and rescued.
				97518 (VMF-212) hit by AAA in Haeju area May 16, 1952 and pilot bailed out and became POW.
				97522 (VMF-312) hit by AAA 30 mi NW of Wonsan and ditched in river bed Sep 30, 1951.  Pilot rescued
					by helicopter
				97526 (VMF-323) ditched near beach Apr 11, 1952.  Pilot picked up by friendly forces.
				97527 converted to F4U-4P.  With VC-61 Det attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) hit by AAA and
					ditched in Wonsan Harbor Feb 20, 1951.  Pilot rescued
				97529 (VMF-214) damaged by blast after bombed ammunition dump Mar 12, 1951. Pilot bailed out and was
					rescued by helicopter
				97530 (VF-53 attached to USS Essex CV-9)) suffered engine problems and pilot bailed out Sep 2, 1951.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				97531 (VMF-214) in emergency landing at Taegu after engine failure Jun 14, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
97532/97672 		General Motors TBM-3 Avenger
				Cancelled contract for licence production by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
97673/97675		General Motors XTBM-4 Avenger
				Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation.  Strengthened to
					withstand 5g for dive bombing.
97676/98601 		General Motors TBM-4 Avenger
				Cancelled contract for licence production by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
98602/98615		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				98602/98605 delivered as PBM-5E
				98606 converted to PBM-5N
				98607/98615 delivered as PBM-5E.  98612 was a PBM-5S2.
98616			Martin XP5M-1 Marlin
98617/99073		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				Cancelled contract
99074/99077		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				G-44 Widgeon aircraft acquired from Pan Am and immediately leased
					back to Pan AM and flown in US civil marks.  All SOC Oct 31, 1945
					and believed returned to civilian owner.
				99074 (MSN 1214) was NC28675 impressed in 1942.  WFU Aug 3, 1945.  To NC28675 again Dec 19, 1945.  To N78Z
					Feb 28, 1958.  Current 2014
				99075 (MSN 1215) was NC28676 impressed in 1942.  WFU Dec 17, 1945.  To NC28676 again Dec 19, 1945.  TO N85U Sep 6, 1974.
					To N37DF Dec 13, 1980.  To N144SL (ntu).  Current 2014.
				99076 (MSN 1237) was NC37189  impressed 1942.  WFU Oct 31, 1945.  To NC37189 again Jun 17, 1947.  WFU Sep 20, 2012.
				99077 (MSN 1235) was ex-NC1000 impressed in 1942.  Returned to civil registry as N9933H Jun 1944, CF-JXX Jul 5, 1957,
					C-FJXX, N9015R Nov 1978, N9933H Dec 2, 1978.   Current 2014
99078			Grumman JRF-4
				G-21A (MSN 1014) NC20620 from civilian sources in 1944.  WFU Feb 25, 1944 at Kodiak, Alaska.  To civil
					registry as NC20620.  WFU Jun 23, 1948
99079			Fairchild GK-1 Misc. acquisition
99080			Convair PBY-4 Catalina	
				Was Consolidated 28-4 NC18997 "Transatlantic" of American Export Airlines,
					taken over by US Navy in 1944
99081/99084		Boeing 314 Clippers operated by PAA under contract to U. S. Navy
				99081, B-314A, MSN 2086. Delivered August 1941 as NC18612, [Capetown Clipper 
					for PanAm] sold to USAF as C-98, 42-88622, to USN Jun 6, 1943.  In 1946 sold to American 
					International Airways. Was sunk at sea by the US Coast Guard on October 14, 
					1947. The crew were afraid of fuel exhaustion because of strong headwind over 
					the Atlantic and decided to land their flying boat with 69 passengers and 
					crew onboard, next to Ocean Weather Ship "Charlie", alias USS Bibb. 
					The aircraft was damaged beyond repair after colliding with the ship and
					was subsequently sunk by gunfire.  It is now a wreck for SCUBA divers off Key Largo, FL
				99082, B-314A, MSN 2085. Delivered June 1941 as NC18611, [Anzac Clipper for 
					PanAm] sold to USAF as C-98, 42-88630, to USN Jun 1943. Sold to Universal
					Airlines as NC18611 Aug 20, 1946.  Damaged by fire while moored at Gibraltar
					Feb 3, 1947 and broken up for spares in 1947.
				99083, B-314A, MSN 1993, Delivered June 1939 as NC18606, Delivered August 
					1941 as NC18606, [American Clipper for PanAm] sold to USAAF as 
					C-98, 42-88631, to USN in 1942, Sold to World Airways after the war. 
					Scrapped in 1952.  
				99084, B-314A, MSN 1989, Delivered January 1939 as NC18602, [California 
					Clipper for PanAm] sold to USAAF as 42-88632.  To USN in 1942, Sold to Universal Airlines 
					after the war as NC186022. Scrapped in 1951.  Klas says that MSN 1989 became
					99081.
99085/99088 		Stinson AT-19 From Pan Am.
				99086    msn 5836 ex NC21116 (SR-10F)
				99088    msn 5947 ex NC27745 (SR-10F)
99089			Waco From Pan Am.
99090/99092		Lockheed Electra From Pan Am.
				99091 operated out of Farbanks, Alaska and lost Mar 8, 1944 (BuNos!)
99093/99095		Lockheed Lodestar From Pan Am	
				99093 MSN 18-2080, NC33665.  SOC Dec 31, 1944.  To PAA Alaska Division Feb 28, 1945.
					To NC74631, NC33665, N1504, N1509, N314NJ
				99094/99095 were MSN 18-2078 and 18-2079, sequence not known.  18-2078 was NC33663, 18-2079 was NC33664.
					These two plane collided with each other Dec 31, 1944.
99096/99097		Rearwin Speedster From Pan Am.
				Both operated out of Alaska and lost Aug 31, 1944
99098			American Pilgrim 100B
				NC-7249 leased from Pan Am.
				Hit snow-covered ridge near Nome, AK.  6 killed.
99099			Douglas DC-3A 
				Leased from Pan Am.  Lost over Yamagaga in north Pacific Feb 16, 1944 (BuNos!)
99100/99823		Cancelled contracts

99824/99857		Douglas R4D-7 
				Obtained from USAAF contract for TC-47B-DK.  Redesignated TC-47K in 1962.
				99824 (MSN 16347/33095) ex USAAF 44-76763.  To USN May45.  NAS Clinton, OK as navigation trainer.  NAAS Corry Fld Nov45.   Quonset Pt Oct47.
					San Diego Feb48.  FAETU PAC Ream FId Mar48.  To Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) as R4D-6Q registered 9023 for 
					Air Training Squadron 205 (Dai 205 Kyoiku Kokutai at Kanoya). Now on display JMSDF Kanoya Base Aviation Museum, 
					Kanoya-shi, Japan. 
				99825 (MSN 16352/33100) ex USAAF 44-76768.  To US Navy May45.  NAS Clinton, OK as navigation trainer.   Jacksonville Nov45.   
					ATU VB2-2 Lake City Dec45. Hutchinson Feb46.   Whiting Fld Jun46.   ATU 4B4-4 Nov46.   ATU VP-ML-11 Dec46.  Whiting Jan47.   
					Pensacola 29Sep47.  Quonset Pt Mar48.  converted to R4D-6R 31Oct48.   N7488C USN Dept.  N38 USN Dept/CAA.   
					FAA R01Aug66.  N38114 reregistered 29Dec75.  N208GB US Dept of Agriculture.  N210GB reregistered 1976  
				99826 (MSN 16357/33105) ex USAAF 44-76773.  To US Navy May45  Clinton.   Jacksonville Nov45.   ATU VB4-4 Jan46.  
					ATU VP-ML-12 Dec46.   Whiting Jan47.  Quonset Pt 24Oct47.  FAETU Pac Feb48.   Redesignated TC-47K 1962   
					Registered Oct 8, 1971 as N87611 Univ of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.  To HK-2494X, HK-2494, current 2009.
				99827 (MSN 16362/33110) ex USAAF 44-76778.   To US Navy May45 Clinton.   Quonset Pt Sep45.  MCAS El Toro Mar46.   
					Columbus Aug48.  Converted to R4D-6.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research Center Dec 14, 1948 to Sep 9, 1965.
					Registered as NACA 18, later as NASA 701.  Modified with guidance and control displays.
					Redesignated TC-47K 18Sep62.  99827 US Army  Jan71.   N48066 Summer Inst of Linguistics, Waxhaw, NC US  1975.  
					Jungle Aviation and Radio Service Inc, Waxhaw, NC US registered 18Aug77.   WFS 15Feb91 
				99828 (MSN 16396/33144) ex USAAF 44-76812.  To US Navy May45.  Clinton May45.   Corry Fld Dec45.    
					Quonset Pt Oct47.  FAETULANT Feb48.  Radar Obs Tr.  Converted to R4D-6Q.  To N3454G.  to N66.  
					To N49966 15Mar78.  WFS.  Preserved at Georgia Historic Aviation Museum.
				99830 (MSN 16412/33160) ex USAAF 44-76828.  To US Navy May45 Clinton.  VRS-1 Jan46.  Quonset Pt Aug46.   
					Corpus Christi Sep46.   Quonset Pt 28May47.   MAW-2 Cherry Pt Nov47.  Converted to R4D-6.  
					N30 USN Dept/CAA Aug56.  WFS
				99831 (MSN 16422/33170) ex USAAF 44-76838. May45.  To US Navy May45 Clinton.  Norfolk Dec45.   VRS-1 Jan46.   
					Quonset Pt Aug46.  MAG-22 24Sep46.  VRJ-2 Norfolk 30Sep46.  VRU-2 Nov46.  Quonset Pt May47.   
					Jacksonville Oct47.  FAETULANT, Norfolk Mar48.   Converted to R4D-6E 31Mar48.  Transferred to US Army 
					in late 1950s.  Redesignated TC-47K Sep 18, 1962.   Currently registered
					as N57123 to Aviation Enterprises.  Been seen with N4443Y and N6059Y, but these
					were probably false markings.  Plane may be in use for covert operations by
					Drug Enforcement Agency.
				99832 (MSN 16432/33180) ex USAAF 44-76848.  To USN May45.  NAS Clinton, OK as navigation trainer.   Pensacola 31Oct45.  NART Dallas 17Jun46.  
					Quonset Pt Apr47.   VU Unit, Corry Fld Oct47.   BTU-6 Whiting Feb48.  NAAT Corpus Christi Mar48. 
					Lakehurst LK·701.  Redesignated TC-47K 18Sep62.  stored Litchfield Pk  Feb66. 
					Sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ to C. D. Stolzfus & Associates of Coatesville, PA Feb 15, 1966, registered 
					as N91375.  Caught fire on a test flight after storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 1, 1966.  
					Destroyed when landed.
				99833 (MSN 16438/33186) ex USAAF 44-76854.  To US Navy 14May45.  Clinton.  Quonset Pt Aug45.   FAETULANT Feb46.  
					Naval Aero Lab Banana River Jun46.  Quonset Pt Sep46.  FAETUPAC, Ream Fld Mar48
				99834 (MSN 16444/33192) ex USAAF 44-47860.  To US Navy Clinton May 1945.  NANS.  Hit mountain near Page, 
					Oklahoma Oct 31, 1945.  14 killed.
				99835 (MSN 16453/33201) ex USAAF 44-76869.  To US Navy May 8, 1945. Clinton May 1945.  Dec45 to VRS-1 New York, 
					Jun 1946 to NAS Quonset Pt., Sep 17, 1946 to Fasron 4, Sep 27, 1946 to VRJ-2, Nov 1946 VRU-2, May 1947 
					to NAS Quonset Pt., Sep 27, 1947 to NAS Alameda, Mar 1948 to Nas Anacostia, Jun 1948 to VU-Unit NAS Corry Field, 
					to R4D-6 for US Navy Dept. Reg. N7631C, Aug 1, 1966 to CAA later FAA as N48 until 1972. Jan 1976 - Jun 1977 to 
					Dept of Agriculture as N31179, reregistered May 1977 as N211GB. Aug 22, 1978 to Way Mac Enterprises Inc. Jackson, 
					MS as N2298C. Feb 20, 1981 to R.D.Hedrix, Lakewood, CO. Leased Feb 20, 1981 to Air Taxi Haiti SA, Aug 1983 to 
					Accelerated Charter Express Inc. of Broomfield, CO.  To Catalina Flying Boats Inc. Long Beach, CA. Still current 2009.
				99836 (MSN 16458/33206) ex USAAF 44-76874.  To US Navy May 5, 1945.  Assigned to VR-1, NAS Patuxent River, MD
					Assigned to VR-24, Naples, Italy Nov 1951.  Assigned to VR-25, Hendon, England Jun 1952.
					Assigned to FASRON-76, Hendon, England Feb 1953. Returned to USA Aug 1953.
					Assigned to First Naval District, NAS Quonset Point, RI.  To N7071C USN Dept.  N29 USN/CAA.   
					N17 reregistered.  N29 reregistered Aug56.   N73 reregistered  1963  
					To Greek civil registry as SX-ECF Mar 1965.  Preserved by Hellenic Civil
					Aviation Authority at Athens/Hellenikon Airport, Greece.
				99837 (MSN 16385/33133) ex USAAF 44-76801.  To US Navy May45.  NAS Clinton, OK as navigation trainer.   VRS-1 New York Dec45.   Quonset Pt Jun46.   
					ATIC Memphis Sep46.  Quonset Pt Jan48.   San Diego Jun48.  Converted to R4D-6R.   N7233C USN Dept.  
					N29 USN Dept  FAA 1971 WFU  
				99838 (MSN 16468/33216) ex USAAF 44-76884.  To US Navy Jun45  Clinton.   Norfolk Dec45.   VRS-1 Jan46.  ATU VPB-2-3 Apr46
					Jacksonville Jun46.  Quonset Pt Jul47.  MCAS El Toro Aug48.  Converted to R4D-6R.  N7073C US Navy Dept. 
					N30 USN/CAA- FAA 12Dec58.   N87814 US Dept of Agriculture Mar75.   N2004J registered 04Aug75.   N212GB reregistered 1976.  
					N2312G Way Mac Enterprises Inc, Jackson, MS registered 20Jul78.  sold to owner at Long Beach, CA. 
					On civil registry as N2312G Aug 7 1984 with Specialty Restaurants Corp., Anaheim, CA
					Was on display at 101st Airborne Restaurant, Nashville, TN.  This restaurant is now closed.  In Sept 2009 was
					noted dismantled at Thomaston-Upson County Airport, Georgia.  In May 2013 it was noted at Franklin Flying
					Field, Indiana and in Sep 2015 at Motts Military Museum, Groveport, Ohio
				99839 (MSN 16479/33227) ex-USAAF 44-76895.  To US Navy May45.  Clinton May45.   VRS-1 New York Dec45.   
					Quonset Pt May46.   MAG-11 Sep-46.  Quonset Pt Jun47.   NAS Roosevelt Feb48.  Converted to R4D-6.    
					Nov 1958 to Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) as R4D-6 registered 9024
					for Air Training Squadron 205 (Dai 205 Kyoiku Kokutai at Kanoya). WFU/SOC.
				99840 (MSN 16484/33232) ex-USAAF 44-76900.  To US Navy May45.  Clinton May45.  NATTC Corpus Christi Dec45.  
					Jacksonville Jun46.   Elec Test, Patuxent Jun47.   ATU VP-MS-10 Oct47.   Jacksonville Nov47.   
					Cherry Pt May48.  Converted to R4D-6S.  N5177V US Navy Dept.  Redesignated TC-47K 18Sep62.  N64 USN/CAA   FAA 01Aug66,    
					N44 registered 01Feb73  N4405 US Dept of Agriculture registered l0Mar76.   N213GB reregistered May77.  
					Stored Douglas-Bisbee, AZ US 1979.  Monroe County Health Dept, Marathon, FL US bought 20Jan81  current 2011.
					N213GB delivered in October 2018 to the Madurodam theme park, Den Hagg, Netherlands for display in 2019. 
				99841 (MSN 16493/33241) ex-USAAF 44-76909.  To US Navy May45.  Clinton May45.  CAA Clinton leased 30Nov45.   
					N400 CAA B via W AA 30Sep47.  FAA 01Aug66.  N720W NTU.  N4002 Ohio Univ Dept of Commerce, Athens, OH.   
					Westair  International Monument, Co, registered Sep83  current 2011.
				99842 (MSN 16503/33251) ex-USAAF 44-76919.  To US Navy May45.  Clinton  NC199 CAA leased  NC300 reregistered 
					30Nov45.   CAA via WAA bought 30Sep47.   N46 CAA reregistered FAA 01Aug66.  N87817 US Dept of Agriculture
					registered 02Feb75.  Screwworm Eradication Program 18Feb75.   N2003J reregistered 1975.   N225GB reregistered 
					1976.  Lee County Mosquito Control District, Ft Myers, FL US registered Jan81.   WFS 31May06.
				99843 (MSN 16508/33256) ex-USAAF 44-76924.   To US Navy May45 Clinton.  NAAS Corry Fld Nov45.  
					NAAS Ellyson Fld 14Jun46.   NART Glenview Nov46.   Quonset Pt Apr47.  NAS Whiting Oct47.   NATTC Corpus Christi Dec47.
 					Redesignated TC-47K 18Sep62  Stored for sale at NAF Litchfield Park, Az Feb 15, 1966.
				99844 (MSN 16519/33267) ex-USAAF 44-76935.  To US Navy Jun45. NAS Clinton, OK as navigation trainer.  Norfolk Jan46.  VRS-1 Feb46.  
					Quonset Pt Jul46.   NAAS Corry Fld Sep46.  Quonset Pt Jun47.   NART Squantum Jan48.  Converted to R4D-6R 
					JMl844 1955 USN Allache Paris Mar56.  USN Attache, Fasron 200 London.  Redesignated TC-47J 18Sep62.  
					Changi 1965  W/o Mar 10, 1967 when crashed at Phang Rang, South Vietnam on flight from Cam Ranh to Saigon.  25 killed.
				99845 (MSN 16527/33275) ex-USAAF 44-76943.  To USN May45. NAS Clinton, OK as navigation trainer.  Norfolk Dec45.   
					VRS-1 Jan46.   Quonset Pt Jun46.   
					VR-31 Norfolk Feb47. Converted to R4D-8T with new MSN 43362. Redesignated C-117D Sep 18, 1962.  WFU.
					Seen at T-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
				99846 (MSN 16535/33283) ex-USAAF 44-76951.  To US Navy May 26, 1945 at NAS Clinton, OK.  VRS-1 New York Dec45.   
					Norfolk Jan46.   VRS-1 Feb46.  6/46: NAS Quonset Point, RI. 
					2/47: Navy Transport Utility Squadron 4 (VRU-4), Royal Air Force Station Hendon, London, England. 
					2/48: Unit redesignated as VR-24. Was damaged in nose-over while taxiing in mud; both engines replaced. 
					1948/1949: May have flown in Berlin Airlift. 
					9/14/50: USNR Transport Reserve, NAS Glenview, IL. 
					9/29/53: 5th Naval Depot, NAS Norfolk, VA. 
					1954: Converted to R4D-6R. 
					2/29/56: NAS Litchfield Park, AZ for storage. 
					1956: US Dept of Navy with c/r N7091C. 
					9/56: N34. Loaned to CAA for flight inspection duties. 
					1958: CAA changed to FAA. 
					9/62: Redesignated TC-47K. 
					7/21/66: SOC. 
					8/29/66: FAA flight inspection, based mostly CA through 1979. 
					1980-1981: Flight Inspection training at OKC. 
					6/83: c/r cancelled, withdrawn from service. 
					8/4/85: c/r reinstated, returned to service for education, and to promote aviation and the FAA’s heritage. 
					1995: Stored with Basler Turbo Conversions, Oshkosh, WI. 
					1997: Placed on National Register of Historic Places as one of only two items which move, the other being 
					cable cars in San Francisco. 
					2002: Reconditioned. 
					2003: Participated in the U.S. National Centennial of Flight. 
					2007: Participated in Oklahoma State Centennial celebrations.
					2008: Celebrated 50th anniversary of the creation of the FAA. 
					2/15-16/14: Last flight, from Will Rogers Airport, OKC to Texas Air & Space Museum, Amarillo 
					International Airport, TX. Remains property of FAA.
				99847 (MSN 16543/33291) ex-USAAF 44-76959.  To US Navy 31May45  Clinton.    Quonset Pt Oct45.  Anacostia 08Jul46.   
					Quonset Pt May48.  Converted to R4D-6R.  N7477C USN Dept.   N36 USN/FAA  Jul63.   US Dept of Agriculture, 
					Mission, TX US  Apr77.   N87907 US Dept of Transportation, reregistered Aug77.   WFS 08Sep00  
				99848 (MSN 16551/33299) ex-USAAF 44-76967.  To US Navy May45.   Clinton May45.   NAAS Corry Fld Nov45.  
					Pensacola Nov45.  Para Unit Lakehurst Mar46.   Quonset Pt Oct47.  FAETULANT, Norfolk Feb48.  
					USMC EI Toro Apr61.  Redesignated RC-47K 18Sep62.  Converted to TC-47K 1962.  US Army 1964. 
					Stored Davis Monthan Oct73.  N833M Lee County Mosquito Control, Ft Myers, FL US registered 28Jul75.   
					Associated Inti Inc, Tampa, FL US registered Sep83.  Apollo Airlines Corp, Orlando, FL US registered Mar84  
				99849 (MSN 16557/33305) ex-USAAF 44-76973.  To US Navy Jun45 Clinton.  Norfolk Dec45.   VRS-1 Jan46.   
					Quonset Pt Jun46.  Corpus Christi Mar47.  Pensacola Jun47.  USMC Anacostia Sep47.  Converted to R4D-6R.   
					N27 USN/CAA Aug56.  FAA 21Dec58.  N21R reregistered Nov76.   N846MB Collier Mosquito Control District, 
					Naples, FL US registered13Mar79   Current 2011     
				99850 (MSN 16555/33314) ex-USAAF TC-47B 44-76982.  To US Navy Jun45.  Clinton.  VRS-1  New York Dec45.  
					Quonset Pt Jun46  HDN Air FMF Lant Mar47. Quonset Pt Jul 1947.  W/o Jun 27, 1947 in takeoff accident at Charleston, WV.
					SOC Oct 31, 1947.
				99851 (MSN 16574/33322) ex-USAAF TC-47B 44-76990.  Obtained from USAAF contract for
					TC-47B-DK.  To US Navy May45.  Norfolk May45.  Sec Navy Oct45.    Anacostia Oct46.   Quonset Pt Apr48.  
					Anacostia Jun48.  Converted to R4D-6Z N7630C US Navy Dept.  Redesignated TC-47K in 1962.   N45 USN/FAA Jun63  
					FAA registered 01Aug66.  Sold 16Jan78.
				99852 (MSN 16581/33329) ex USAAF 44-76997.  Navy equivalent of C-47B-DK.  To US Navy Jun45 Clinton.  Quonset Pt Sep45.   
					Norfolk Feb46.  Converted to R4D-6.  Hit fence at NAS Willow Grove on takeoff Aug 5, 1946.
				99853 (MSN 16589/33337) ex-USAAF 44-77005.  Delivered to USN as R4D-7 in May 1945
					Assigned to NAS Clinton OK. Assigned to NAS Quonset Point RI in Sept 1945. Assigned to to NAS San Diego CA 
					in February 1946. Assigned to NAS Columbus OH in March 1948. Assigned to VR-23 at NAS Norfolk VA in August 1948. 
					Converted to R4D-8 in early 1950s and assigned new Douglas s/n 43339.  Converted to R4D-8L
					Assigned to VX-6, 1 October 1957. Named Wilshie Duit / Devine Wind.  Redesignated LC-117D in 1962.
					Withdrawn from use Jan 1967 at McMurdo Sound Antarctica.  Damaged beyond repair January 1968 during 
					ship board loading, set on an ice flow, drifted out to sea in the Ross Sound Antarctica.
				99854 (MSN 16597/33345) ex-USAAF 44-77013.  To US Navy May45 Clinton.   Quonset Pt Sep45.   Corpus Christi Jan46.   
					Quonset Pt Jan47.  Anacostia May47.  Converted to R4D-6R.   N7074C USN Dept. N32 USN/CAA Aug56.  FAA 12Dec58.  
					Redesignated TC-47K 1962.  N32A reregistered 04Aug76.  N227GB US Dept of Agriculture registered 17Sep76
					On the civil registry as N227GB with the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum of Midland, TX and
					flying with the Commemorative Air Force painted as 43-15033, which
					participated in the D-Day invasion.  Also listed as Crashed near Phan Rang, SVN Mar 10, 1967. 
				99855 (MSN 16603/33351) ex-USAAF 44-77019.  To US Navy May45.  NAS Clinton,OK.  Quonset Pt Oct45. San Juan, PR 26Jul46
					Roosevelt Roads 28Jul47.  Quonset Pt Jan48.  Converted to R4D-6R.  Anacostia Oct59.  Pacific Missile Range 1961.
				99856 (MSN 16611/33359) ex USAAF 44-77027.  To US Navy Jun45  Clinton.   Norfolk Dec45.  VRS-1 Jan46.
				   	Quonset Pt Jun46.  Navy Transport Utility Squadron 4 (VRU-4) Royal Air Force Station Hendon, London, England Feb47.  
					Unit redesignated VR-24 Feb 1948.  Nosed over in mud while being taxied in London, and both engines had to be changed.  
					May have flown in the Berlin Airlift. 9/14/50: USNR Transport Reserve, NAS Glenview, IL. 
					9/29/53: 5th Naval Depot, NAS Norfolk, VA. Converted to R4D-6R 1954.  2/29/56: NAS Litchfield Park, AZ for storage.
					N7091C US Navy Dept.  Reseerialed N34 and loaned to CAA Sep56 for flight inspection duties.   
					CAA renamed FAA 1958.  9/62: Redesignated TC-47J.  7/21/66: SOC. 
					8/29/66: title formally transferred to FAA for flight inspection, based mostly in California through 1979. 
					1980-1981: Used for Flight Inspection training at OKC. Title formally transferred
					Retired in 1983.   N34 reinstated by FAA Aug 4, 1985 and used by FAA for education and to promote aviation 
					and the FAA's heritage.  1995: Stored with Basler Turbo Conversions, Oshkosh, WI
  					1997: Placed on National Register of Historic Places as one of only two items which move, the other 
					being cable cars in San Francisco.  Reconditioned 2002.  2003: Participated in the U.S. National 
					Centennial of Flight. 
					2007: Participated in Oklahoma State Centennial celebrations.
					2008: Celebrated 50th anniversary of the creation of the FAA. 
					2/15-16/14: Last flight, from Will Rogers Airport, OKC to Texas Air & Space Museum, Amarillo 
					International Airport, TX. Remains property of FAA.  Put on display at 
					Texas Air and Space Museum, Amarillo, Texas Feb 13, 2014.
				99857(MSN 16619/43332) ex USAAF 44-77035.  To US Navy Jun45  Clinton.  Quonset Pt Sep46.  Com NABS 12th Naval 
					Dist Feb46.  Alameda 01Apr46.  Quonset Pt Jan47.  Lakehurst Apr48.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43332
					Converted to R4D-8T.  Redesignated C-117D 18Sep62.  Converted to TC-117D  WFS 1971.  To storage Mar 1977.  
					Sold at auction Aug 1985.  To N456WL with Lambeth Aircraft Co Aug85.  
					To N99857 airworthy with Florida Military Aviation Museum at Kissimmee Airport, FL.  To N27TN with Trans
					Northern Airways, Anchorage, AK.  Current 2011.					
99858/99860		McDonnell XF2D-1 Banshee 
				Redesignated XF2H-1 before delivery.
				99858 first flight Jan 11, 1947
				99860 delivered May 29, 1948.



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