US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (120341 to 126256)


Last Revised November 21, 2021


120341			North American XFJ-1 Fury
				Number changed to 39055.
120342/120441		North American FJ-1 Fury
				120342/120371 MSN 141-38394/38423.  120372/120441 cancelled
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/
				120342 10/1947: NATC as 342.  failed to pull out from dive near NAS Patuxent River, MD. 11/20/1947.  Pilot killed.
				120343 1947: NATC as 343.   1950: NARTU Oakland, CA.
					Flamed out and crashed SE of San Rafael, CA 3/14/1951.  Pilot killed.
				120344 1947: NATC as 344.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1951: NARTU Dallas, TX.  1951: NARTU Olathe, KS.
					5/1954: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville, FL
				120345 1948: NATC as 345.  Caught fire and crashed NAS Patuxent River, MD 6/25/1948.  Pilot killed.
				120346 1948: NATC as 346.  1951: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1951: NARTU Dallas, TX.  1951: NARTU Olathe, KS.
					1/1952: Struck off charge at NAS Olathe, KS.
				120347 1948: NATC as 347.  1950: NARTU Olathe, KS.  1953: NAATC.  SOC Jan 5, 1954.
				120348 (VF-51) force-landed after takeoff from NAS San Diego 3/10/1949.
				120349 (VF-51) landing gear collapsed on landing at NAS San Diego 5/12/1949.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					1952: NARTU Olathe, KS.  1953: NATT, at Philadelphia, PA.  Oct 6, 1953: Struck off charge at NATT at Philadelphia, PA.
					Formerly at New England Air Museum Bradley 
					Windsor Locks Conncecticut.  Acquired on unknown date By Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California.
					Sitting in the boneyard in storage waiting restoration.  In 2012 was on display there.
				120350 1948: VF-51 as S-101.  9/1948: Flew in the Bendix Air Race.  (VF-51) hit barrier on USS Tarawa 9/27/1948.
				120351 (MSN 141-38403) 1947: TOS USN.  10/47: Fighter Squadron 5A (VF-5A), USS Boxer.
					8/16/48: VF-5A redesignated VF-51.
					1950: USNR, NAS Oakland, CA
					1951: Naval Air Reserve Training Command, NAS Olathe, KS.
					By 1954: NAS Norfolk, VA.
					4/15/54: SOC.
					1955: TOS Portugal Navy Air Forces. 
					1/60: Rebuilt and re-engined as a fighter-bomber, designated F-1J1C.
					Unknown date: Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, Paul Garber Facility, Silver Hill, MD.
					By 1975: Loaned to National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					By 10/12: Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Reston, VA.
				120352 Delivered to U.S. Navy  Assigned to VF-51, 1948.  Transferred to NARW-87 as F-103, 1950-1951.  Transferred to VF-881, 1951.
					(VF-881) heavily damaged when undershot landing at NAS Olathe, KA 3/30/1952.
				120353 1948: VF-51.  12/31/1948: Crashed? Details? Or not? Repaired?   NARTU Oakland, CA as F-101. Before crash?
				120354 1948: VF-51.  1950: VF-77.  (VF-778) wing failed on dive pullout near Balwin Park, CA 10/22/1950.  Pilot killed.
				120355 1948: VF-51.  (VF-51) force landed Lost Hills, CA 3/2/1949.
				120356 1948: VF-51.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.   1951: NARTU Olathe, KS as K-107.  1/13/1954: Struck off charge at Philadelphia, PA
				120357 1948: VF-51.  1950: VF-778..  (VF-778) stalled and crashed on waveoff Los Alamitos NAS May 9, 1951.
				120358 1948: VF-51.  8/1951: NARTU Olathe, KS.  Oct 7, 1953: Struck off charge.
				120359 (VF-5A) ditched into sea off USS Princeton 5/26/1948.
				120360 1948: VF-51.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					Destroyed after swerved off runway during landing at Los Alamitos NAS, CA 4/16/1950.
				120361 (VF-51) missing during air-to-air gunnery near Coronados island, CA 5/25/1949. Pilot presumed killed.
				120362 1948: VF-51   1950: NOTS, at Inyokern, CA.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.   1951-52: NARTU Olathe, KS.
					10/30/1952: Written off in a hard landing at NAS Olathe, KS. 
				120363 1948: VF-5A as S-114.  1950: NARTU Oakland, CA.  1951: NARTU Olathe, KS.  1953: NAATC.
					Oct 7, 1953: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville, FL
				120364 1948: NATC.  1948: VF-51.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1951: NARTU Dallas, TX.  1951: NARTU Olathe, KS.
					7/14/1953: Struck off charge.
				120365 1948: VF-51.  1950: NARTU Oakland, CA.  1951: NARTU Olathe, KS.  Jan 3, 1953: Struck off charge.
				120366 1948: VF-51.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1951: NARTU Olathe, KS as K-107.  3/1953: Struck off charge.
				120367 (VF-5A) in hard landing on USS Princeton 5/3/1948.
				120368 1948: VF-51.   1950: NARTU Oakland, CA as F-101.  .Fire in midair caused forced landing near Muni Airport,
					Oakland, CA 1/28/1950.
				120369 1948: VF-51.  1950: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1952: NARTU Olathe, KS. 1953 NAATC .Oct 7, 1953: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville, 
				120370 (VF-51) flamed out and ditched into sea 8 miles from Ream Field 12/7/1948.
				120371 (VF-5A) crasyed due to structural failure 2 miles west of La Jolla, CA 8/10/1948.  Pilot bailed out.
120442/120474		Convair OY-1
				Stinson Moded V-76 built by Consolidated Vultee as OY-1 for US Marine Corps
				120442/120446 were formerly 04021/04025
				120454 (MSN 76-4471) formerly 44-18182.  on display at MCAS Quantico, VA
				120455 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing) crashed on takeoff at Chechon, South Korea
					May 21, 1951.  Crew of 2 injured and survived, aircraft destroyed.
				120456 crashed at NAS China Lake, California Oct 21, 1947, SOC Oct 31, 1947.
				120463 (VMO-6) hit high wires and crashed near Sudong, Korea Dec 11, 1950.  Pilot killed, observer injured
				120469 was formerly USAF 45-35012.  To Virginia CAP until 1972.  Now flying
					with Chersky's Flying Circus at Santa Maria, CA.  To N2584B. Restored, Active . Won EAA Award at Oshkosh 2012. 
				120470 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) lost in accident due to unknown cause
					in South Korea Nov 1, 1950
120475/121414		Convair PBY-6A 
				Cancelled contract.  These numbers also listed to a cancelled contract
					for Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver.
121415/121438		Convair OY-1 
				cancelled contract
121439/121440		Cancelled contract
121441/121441		Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a Schwalbe
				Captured Luftwaffe aircraft.
				121441 (WkNr 110165) Me 262B-1b possibly 10/NJG.11 Luftwaffe. Surrendered to RAF at Schleswig-Jagel, Germany, in May 1945, 
					and marked ‘USA3’ “What was it?” for supply to USAAF. Watson’s Whizzers as ‘101’. Shipped to the USA 
					and serialed FE-109.  To US Navy Armament Test Division, NAS Patuxent River, MD, in Dec 1945 and allocated 
					BuNo 121441.  Not flown for evaluation by US Navy.  Scrapped at NAS Anacostia, DC, Nov 1946.
				121442 (WkNr 501232) ‘Yellow 5’ 3/KG(J)6 Luftwaffe. To USAAF as Watson’s Whizzers ‘111’ and named “Beverly Anne”, later 
					“Screamin Meemie”. Shipped to the USA and possibly serialed FE-20 or EB-20. To US Navy Armament Test Division, 
					NAS Patuxent River, MD, in Dec 1945 and allocated BuNo 121442. Flight testing was abandoned after three successive 
					forced landings after engine failures. 
					Its last flight was 29Jan46. Naval Aviation Supply Depot, Philadelphia 7Oct46. Stricken from Navy records on 31Jan47. 
					Salvaged in 1957 and taken to 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH. After a brief period on static display, the jet went into storage. In 1976, the 
					jet was taken to Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX where it was 
					restored by members of the 96th Mobile Maintenance Squadron, an Air Force Reserve unit. Upon completion 
					in 1980, it was transferred to the US Air Force Museum. 
					Displayed at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
121443			Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a/U3 Schwalbe
				Captured Luftwaffe aircraft.  White 30’, Luftwaffe. Watson’s Whizzers as ‘222’, named “Marge”, 
					later “Lady Jess IV” with Donald Duck nose art. Shipped to the US and serialed FE108. Transferred to US 
					Navy and allocated BuNo 121443.  W/o at NAS Patuxent River, MD Nov 7, 1945 during its first test flight.
					Failed to gain height during takeoff and crashed into trees at end of runway.
121444			Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a Schwalbe
				Captured Luftwaffe aircraft.  WkNr 111367.  To USAAF as Watson’s Whizzers ‘333’, named “Feuding 54th”, 
					later “Pauline” and “Deelovely”. Assigned to Armament Test Division, NAS Patuxent River, MD, in Dec 1945 
					and allocated BuNo 121444. Transferred to Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren Junction, VA, Oct 11 1946. 
					Displayed at NAS Anacostia, then abandoned at the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC. Scrapped
121445/121446		Arado AR-234B
				Captured Luftwaffe aircraft
				121445 previously Watson's Whizzers 202.  To Flight Test Division at NAS Patuxent River, MD but not flown due to
					lack of spares.  SOC Jan 31, 1946 and scrapped.
				121446 previously Watson's Whizzers 303. To Flight Test Division at NAS Patuxent River, MD but not flown due to
					lack of spares.  Used for tests of jet engine noise and heat hazards. SOC Jan 31, 1946 and scrapped.
121447			Dornier DO-335A-02 
				Captured Luftwaffe aircraft (MSN 240102 VG+PH).  Previously FE-1013.  To Tactical Test Division at
					NAS Patuxent River, MD from Dec 1945 to Mar 31, 1947.  Not flown for evaluation by US Navy. Stricken 31Mar47 
					then stored at NAS Norfolk until 1961. To Smithsonian, sent Oct 10, 1974 to Dornier plant in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany  for
					refurbishment and then displayed in Deutsches Museum, Munich.  Since
					returned to Smithsonian.  On display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia
121448			Messerschmitt ME-262B-1a
					Messerschmitt Me 262B-1a two-seat trainer, Werknr 110639, "White 35"
					Captured at Lechfeld, Bavaria, Germany. Shipped to USA on HMS Reaper July 1945. 
					Previously Watson's Whizzers 555. 
					To Armament Test Division at NAS Patuxent River, MD December 1945. To NART Willow Grove, PA 
					December 1946.  The Navy cancelled the test program and scrapped the remaining jets shortly thereafter. Stricken 31Mar47. Placed on 
					static display along with other captured Axis aircraft.  Repainted as "Red 13" and placed on external display at NAS Willow Grove, 
					Pennsylvania. In 1993 the US Navy agreed to loan the aircraft to the Messerschmitt 262
					Project in Meacham, Fort Worth, Texas, moving to Everett, Washington 1998, as a pattern 
					aircraft for its flying replicas. In poor condition, the project restored the aircraft to display 
					standards as "White 35". Preserved and on display at Wings of Freedom Museum, 
					Willow Grove Naval Air Station, Pennsylvania. To National Naval Aviation Museum at 
					Pensacola, Florida September 2010.
121449/121450		North American XSN2J-1 
				MSN 142-38427/38428
121451/121454		Martin P4M-1 Mercator
				121451 converted to P4M-1Q.  Transferred from VQ-1 May 17, 1954 to NAS Norfolk and SOC
					Oct 12, 1956.
				121452 Flight Test, Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Accident 8Feb50 landing at NAS Patuxent River.  
					Apparently threw several turbine blades  during high speed low altitude test flight and 
					crashed into Chesapeake Bay E of Richmond, VA Mar 8, 1951.  4 killed.
				121453 converted to P4M-1Q.  Withdrawn 11/13/1956 and scrapped at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.  
				121454 Accident 2Mar50 landing after a demonstration flight at Glenn L. Martin Airport, Middle River, MD.
					Converted to P4M-1Q.  Withdrawn 11/13/1956 and scrapped at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
121455/121456		Convair XP5Y-1
				121455 flew initial flight test Apr 18, 1950, world's first turboprop flying boat.
					w/o Jul 15, 1953 when it crashed 6 mi off Point Loma, CA, ending the P5Y 
					program.  All 11 onboard bailed out.
				121456 never flew because of unsolved engine reliability problems.  Scrapped 1957.
121457/121459		Douglas XF3D-1 Skyknight
				MSN 6670/6672
				121457 first flight Mar 23, 1948.
121460/121462		North American XAJ-1 Savage
				North American NA-146: Prototypes. MSN 146-38429/38431
				121460 (MSN 146-38429)	First prototype. First flight 7Mar48. Retained by North American Aviation. 
					Accepted by US Navy Feb51. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; Naval Air Development Center, 
					Warminster, PA; Naval Air Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, CA; Naval Air Materiel Center, Philadelphia, PA. 
					WFU at NAF Philadelphia, PA Mar57. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. Bailed to Grumman Corporation; 
					used as a nose gear test article for the A-6 Intruder program. Transferred to Naval Air Engineering Center, 
					Philadelphia, PA c1967. Used for static load catapult testing (outer wings removed, bomb bay loaded with 
					10,000 lbs of iron ballast). Set aside for intended Fourth Naval District museum c1974. Transferred to 
					NAS Norfolk, VA and offered for sale c1980. Sold to Peck Iron Metal, Portsmouth, VA; scrapped May80.
				121461 (MSN 146-38430) Completed 1Sep48. Retained by North American Aviation. Accepted by US Navy Mar49. 
					Lost entire tail during rudder sideslip test and crashed at sea off Los Angeles, CA Feb49 (2KIS). 
				121462 (MSN 146-38431) First flight Jan49. Retained by North American Aviation. Crashed after wing failure at 
					Edwards AFB, CA 1949 (2 crew survived). Accepted by US Navy Feb51. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; 
					Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, PA; Naval Air Materiel Center, Philadelphia, PA. 
					WFU at NAF Philadelphia, PA Jun55..
121463/121522		Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121463 (VF-72) spun on landing on base leg Midway CVB-41
					8/15/1950 in Mediterranean.  Pilot OK
				121468 w/o  25 Aug 1948  Engine failure & forced landing at PacoletMills, SC
				121469 (VF-33) crashed into barrier and gun mount on 
					landing Leyte CV-32 1/19/1949.  Pilot OK.  Recent correspodence
					on Air-Britain says that this plane went to the French AF
					and was delivered by air 1955/56 from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				121470 (VF-173) wave off landing from NAAS Charlestown,
					RI and stalled 11/30/1948.  Pilot injured.
				121473 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				121481 (VF-62) in midair with F4U-4 NAAS Oceana, VA.  
					Pilot killed.  F4U-4 landed OK.
				121489 (VF-32) flew into beach near NAS Jacksonville
					while on instruments 5/26/1949.  Pilot killed.
				121492 SOC USN Oct 1951 and believed to Royal Thai AF
				121493 (VF-31) hard landing on Kearsarge CV-33 
					11/20/1948.  Pilot OK.
				121500 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				121502 (VF-32) hard landing Kearsarge CV-33 11/20/1948.
					Pilot OK.
				121504 (VF-153) tail broke off on landing Princeton 
					CV-37 11/28/1948.  Pilot injured.
				121506 (VF-31) fire in air, pilot bailed out over
					Narragansett Bay, RI 2/03/1949.  Pilot injured.
				121510 (MSN D.854) to South Vietnamese AF.  Reported 1972 at Bien Hoa AB,
					South Vietnam.
				121514 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				121515 (VF-31) in hard landing Kearsarge CV-33 and hit
					barrier 11/10/1948.  Pilot OK.
				121519 SOC USN Oct 1951 and believed to Royal Thai AF as Kh15-8/94
				121520 (VF-33) ditched after takeoff from Kearsarge 
					CV-33 2/27/1949.  Pilot injured.
				121521 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF
				121522 w/o  31 May 1950  Fatal crash at Otis AFB, MA    VF-32
121523/121548		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121523 (VF-91 in hard landing Philippine Sea CV-47
					1/31/1950.  Pilot OK
				121525 w/o?  30 Sep 1951  Accident at MCAS Quantico, VA AES-12
				121527 (VF-74) in hard landing on Leyte CV-32 2/2/1950.
					Pilot OK.
				121528 (MSN D.902) became N9886C, then N212KA.  Crashed on landing at
					Lost Nations AP, Ohio Dec 13, 1968, killing the pilot.
				121529 (VF-91) went overside Kearsarge CV-33 6/28/1949
					during landing practice.  Pilot OK.
				121534 stalled in tight turning near Coyote Mtns, CA
					09/29/1950.  Pilot killed.
				121536 (VF-192) hit USAF AT-6 during glide bomb run
					7/18/1950 near NAS Alameda, CA.  Crashed 4 mi N of
					Navato, CA, Pilot killed.
				121542 (VF-71) ditched after takeoff Leyte CV-32
					11/02/1948.  Pilot OK
				121543 (VF-72) spun in on landing Leyte CV-32 8/19/1948.
					Pilot killed.
				121544 (VF-93) spun in on landing Leyte CV-32 and stalled 2/25/1949.  Pilot killed.
				121545 at Point Mugu by Apr 1951.
				121547 (VF-61) hook pulled out on landing Midway VB-41
					and hit barrier 10/14/1948.  Pilot OK
121549/121550		Grumman F8F-2N Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121550 force landed off NAS Quonset Point, RI 7/5/1949.
					Pilot injured.
121551/121574		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121552 (VF-32) stalled on landing at Otis AFB, MA 5/31/1949.  Pilot killed.
				121559 (VMF-233) NAAS Oceana, VA in forced landing after takeoff.  Pilot OK.
				121560 (VF-861) engine failure during gunnery 9/5/1951. Pilot bailed out OK.
				121561 (VF-71) ditched with gear down off Leyte CV-32 9/15/1948.  Pilot injured.
				121563 (VMF-233) engine failure during rocket fire practice South Mills, NC 7/30/1951.  Pilot
					bailed out at low altitude and was killed.
				121567 (VF-61) engine quit during catapult shot Midway CVB-41, crashed and sank 11/22/1948.  Pilot 
					Killed.
				121568 (VF-72) stalled on landing Leyte CV-32 8/20/1948.  Pilot killed.
				121569 w/o?  14 Jun 1951  Crash landing at MCAS Quantico, VA AES-12
				121571 w/o?  8 May 1951  Landing at MCAS Quantico, VA AES-12
				121574 (VF-61) swerved off runway NAAS Oceana, VA during takeoff due to too much engine torque.  Pilot OK
121575/121579		Grumman F8F-2N Bearcat
				Model G-58 
121580/121585		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121583 w/o  4 Sep 1951  Mid-air accident, 12 miles SSW. of St Augustine, FL   Pilot bailed out   VF-14
				121584 (VC-62) hit barrier in landing on Franklin D.
					Roosevelt CVB-42 7/28/1949.  Pilot injured.
121586/121600		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121586 w/o?  9 Feb 1951  Landing at MCAS Quantico, VA AES-12
				121589 (MSN D.963) became N5171V, then N5555H.  Hit trees in bad weather and crashed
					in mountains near Scott, NY Apr 18, 1967.   Pilot killed
				121590 w/o  26 Aug 1948  Force landing at Creeds Fd, VA    VF-62
				121591 w/o?  22 Jun 1948  Landing accident, due to structural failure at NAS Quonset Pt, RI
				121595 (VF-74) forced-landed in woods near NAS 
					Jacksonville, FL 6/12/1950.  Pilot OK
				121598 w/o?  24 Mar 1951  Accident at Camp Macall, NC    AES-12
121601/121605		Grumman F8F-2N Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121603 (VX-3) ditched off Beach Haven, NJ 4/25/1949.
					Pilot OK.
121606/121611		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58 
				121608 (MSN D.982) became N7700C.  Crashed at North Kingston, RI Jun 5, 1971,
					killing the pilot.
121612/121631		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121612 (VF-62) ditched 14 mi from Guantanamo Bay
					off Midway CVB-41 10/29/1948.  Pilot OK
				121614 (MSN D.988) wfu 1952 and to storage at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.  Sold 1958.
					Became N7957C.  Badly damaged in forced landing May 1974
					and stored until rebuilding commenced 1992.  Registered
					NX747NF Feb 24, 2009, first flew after rebuilt Apr 16, 2009,
					painted in Thai AF colors.
				121620 (VF-711) overshot landing at NAS New Orleans,
					LA.  Pilot OK.  Date?
				121622 (VF-193) stalled on landing at NAAF Fentress
					Field, VA.  Pilot OK.  Date??
				121624 (VF-63) in deck crash on Coral Sea CVB-43
					9/22/1948. Pilot injured.
				121626 (V-862) wheels-up landing and fire NAS Norfolk,
					VA 9/15/1951.  Pilot OK.
				121627 (VF-61) in wheels-up landing and fire at NAS
					New Orleans, LA 5/22/1950.  Pilot OK.
				121629 force landed on test flight 3/16/1948 due to 
					loss of oil pressure.  Pilot injured.
121632/121637		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat 
				Model G-58
				121632 (VF-71) crashed into water while landing Leyte
					CV-32 11/19/1948.  Pilot killed.
				121637 w/o?  26 Jan 1949  Accident at NAS San Diego, CA
121638/121657		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121639 (VF-63) in wheels-up landing NAAS Oceana, VA
					6/13/1949.  Pilot OK.
				121644 (VF-63) undershot landing Aug 7, 1948 NAAS Oceana, VA, pilot
					injured. 
				121645 (VF-61) wheels up landing at NAS Norfolk, VA
					12/29/1948.  Pilot OK.
				121646 (MSN D.1020) became N7699C.  Acquired by Darryl Greenameyer
					and reregistered N1111L and used Aug 1969 to set new
					speed record for propeller-driven aircraft of 483.041 mph.
					Traded to NASM in 1976 in exchange for 90446 and stored at
					Silver Hill, MD.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
				121650 (VM-31) crashed on takeoff at Biggs AFB, TX Mar 27, 1950
				121651 (VF-65) ditched near Guantanamo Bay 10/26/1948.
					Pilot OK.
				121653 (VF-62) in wave off landing Midway and went
					overside 10/26/1948.  Pilot injured.
				121656 flew into mountain in bad weather 02/21/1952 
					near Gadeden, AL.  Pilot killed.
					121656 (VF-63) also ditched on approach to Midway 
					10/14/1948.  Pilot OK.
				121657 made full stall landing at NAS Quonset Point,
					RI and hit parked F8F-2 121667 8/10/1948.  Pilot
					OK.
121658/121663		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121659 ground-looped in landing in crosswind NAS 
					Glenview, IL. 9/19/1951.  Pilot OK.
				121661 (VC-21) crashed while under hood in tight turn
					near NAAS Miramar, CA 4/5/1950.  Pilot killed.
					I have this also have gone into a low altitude
					spin after takeoff NAAS Miramar, CA 4/5/1950.
				121663 (VC-62) spun in near NAS Oceana, VA 6/3/1950
					during photography training.  Pilot killed.
121664/121683		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121668 (VF-92) flew into water during landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI 1/21/1950.  Pilot OK.
				121670 (AES-12) wing failed in dive during training MCAS Quantico, VA. 10/26/1951.  Pilot killed.
				121672 (VF-63) ditched after takeoff from Franklin D. Roosevelt CVB-42 3/1/1949.  Pilot OK.
				121673 (VF-61) spun in on landing on Franklin D. Roosevelt CVB-42 2/14/1949.  Pilot injured.
				121674 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jul 1951.
				121677 (VF-61) wingtip came off during glide bomb run 2/25/1949.  Pilot killed.
				121678 (VF-718) force landed NAS Denver, CO 5/07/1951.  Pilot killed.  There is a photo of this plane dated Mar
					1959, so it must have been repaired.
				121679 (MSN D.1053) became N4992V, then N818F
121684/121689		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat 
				Model G-58
				121686 (VC-62) flew into trees Surry, Va 5/29/1950.  Pilot killed.
				121689 (VC-62) ground-looped in landing NAS Norfolk, VA 5/4/1949.  Pilot OK
121690/121708		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121690 (VF-713) forcelanded near Tulorosa, NM Nov 12, 1950.
				121694 (VF-718) flew into ground during bad weather
					near NAS Denver, CO 3/17/1951.  Pilot killed.
				121698 (F8F-2D) wheels-up landing at NAS Inyokern, CA 
					4/18/1952.  Pilot OK
				121699 (MSN D.1073) became N7826C.  Crashed at Amarillo AFB, TX
					Aug 13, 1966
				121705 (VF-113) ditched during gunnery tow off NAS San
					Diego, CA.  Date?
				121707 (VC-50) wheels up landing at NAAS Ream Field
					4/19/1949.  Pilot OK.  Became N1027B.  Rebuilt in 1992
					with parts from 122708/N7701C as Gulfhawk IV N3025.
					Badly damaged in forced landing at Oshkosh Aug 2, 1993,
					wreck stored atChino.  Reportedly acquired in 2004 by The
					Fighter Collection, Duxford.  Reported in 2008 to be
					undergoing restoratin at Ezell Aviation, Breckenridge, TX
					prior to delivery to The Fighter Collection.
121709/121714		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121710 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				121714 (MSN D.1088) to civil registry as N4995V, then N1YY, then NX700H, then NX700HL.
					As G-RUMM Acquired 3rd June 1981 by The Fighter Collection, Duxford, England. 
					Noted airworthy there March 2020 painted in VF-20 colours with serial ‘21714’ and code ‘201’ 
					(Lt Cdr ‘Whiff’ Caldwell’s aircraft).
121715/121733		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121731 (MSN D.1105) became N1028B, then N500B, then N5005.  Crashed during
					US Cup Race at San Diego, CA Jul 18, 1971, killing the pilot.
121734/121739		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121737 (VC-62) ditched along side of Coral Sea CVB-43
					7/01/1951.  Pilot OK.
121740/121757		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121744 (VF-862) undershot landing at NAAS Fentres Field
					3/18/1951.  Pilot OK
				121748 (MSN D.1122) to disposal Jan 1, 1957.  To US civil registry as N1029B,
					then N618F, then N200N.  To French registry as F-AZRJ.  Later on
					US civil registry as N224RD, but reregistered N1DF Jul 31, 2008
				121751 (MSN D.1125) registered N9885C.  Flew as a race plane for many years.
					Crashed at Commerce, GA Jun 18, 1980, killing the pilot.
				121752 (MSN D.1126) to civil registry as N7827C, then N2YY, then N800H
				121757 (VMF-236) force landed after takeoff from NAS
					Denver, CO 7/28/1951.  Pilot OK
121758/121763		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58 
				121758 (VC-62) ditched off Midway CVB-41 11/12/1951.
					Pilot OK.
				121761 on civil registry as N68RW
121764/121769		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121764 (VMFT-10) suffered midair fire 02/19/1952 near 
					NAAS El Centro, CA.  Pilot bailed out and was
					Injured.
				121767 (VF-712) stalled during landing NAS Denver, CO
					5/20/1950.  Pilot killed.
				121769 (VF-74) in hard landing on Leyte CV-32 3/1/1950.
					Pilot OK.
121770/121775		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat 
				Model G-58
				121775 (VF-32) force landed 10 mi SW of Colinga, CA and
					exploded 9/19/1950.  Pilot killed.
121776/121784		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121776 (MSN D.1162) to civil registry as N1030B, used as wind machine by Kaman Aircraft Corp.
					Then stored at USMC Museum, Quantico, VA.  Rebuilt and now airworthy with
					Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N68RW.  Owned by Robert Waltrip.
					Reported to be up for sale.
				121779 (VF-61) flew into water off NAAS Oceana 
					11/28/1949.  Pilot killed.
				121784 (VF-74) in hard landing on Boxer CV-21 2/19/1950
					and hit barrier.  Pilot OK.
121785/121790		Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat
				Model G-58
				121787 (MSN D.1181) became N6821D then N148F.  Crashed at Mojave Oct 20, 1973. 
121791/121792		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
121793/122066		Vought F4U-5 Corsair
				121832/121833, 121852/121853, 12872/121874
				128891/121893, 121912/121915, 121932,121935,
				121952/121955, 121973/121976, 121995/121998
				122015/122018, 122037/122040, 122058/122061
				were F4U-5N.
				121956/121957, 121977/121978, 121999/122002,
				122019/122022, 122045/122048, 122062/122065,
				were F4U-5P.
				Korean War losses from Douglas E. Campbell book
				121795 (VMF-212) in accident on airfield at P'ohang, Korea Aug 26, 1951. Ordnance from F4U-5 122042
					hit this aircraft.
				121797 (VMF-212) crashed Wonsan airfield during emergency landing Nov 6, 1950
				121816 (F4U-5N VC3 Det C attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) lost on strafing attack Feb 19, 1952.
					Pilot MIA
				121823(MSN 9873, VMF-212) crashlanded at Kangnung, Korea Apr 22, 1951.  I have
					a record of this being delivered to Argentine Navy as 0434 and displayed
					there on a pole.  Later to Lone Star Flight Museum and restrored to airworthy
					status as N43RW.  However, the real Argentine Navy 0434 was actually F4U-5NL Bu124678
				121832 (F4U-5N, VMF(N)-513) collided with another aircraft on runway in Korea Oct 15, 1950.
					Lost on ferry flight from Kimpo to Wonsan Oct 17, 1950.  Pilot MIA
				121834 (VMF-212) lost control during missed approach at K-3
					in Korea and hit T-7 Jul 19, 1951.
				121839 (VMF-212) struck ridge 20 mi E of Suwon Oct 6, 1950.  Pilot KIA.
				121852 (F4U-5N VC-3 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) crashed at night near Soho-Ri Korea May 24, 1953.
					Pilot MIA
				121856 (VMF-212) hit by AAA over Korea Jun 20, 1951, pilot bailed out.
				121871 (VMF-212) ditched in Sea of Japan due to engine failure Nov 21, 1950.  Pilot MIA
				121875 (VMF-212) hit by gound fire and suffered brake failure on landing Jun 13, 1951
				121881 presumably went at one stage to the Argentinian armed forces, as it was 
					retrieved 'from the top of a display pylon' in Argentina when it returned to 
					the USA to become N43RW with Texas Aviation Hall of Fame.  This plane is
					now believed to be 121823, but 121823 is also listed as crashing in Korea.
				121892 (F4U-5N, VMF(N)-513) crashed at Yonpo Airfield, Korea Dec 10, 1950.  Pilot injured.
				121911 (VMF-212) hit by AAA over Korea and forced down in
					enemy area Mar 21, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				121912 (F4U-5N, VC-3 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) ditched off USS Boxer, Korea Jul 13, 1953.
				121919 (VMF-312) crashed on takeoff Jun 26, 1951
				121928 to Argentine Navy in 1958 as 0384.  On display at Museo de Aviacion
					Naval, Bahia Blanca NAS 
				121930 (VMF-212) hit by AAA 3 mi SW of Hagaru-ni and ditched Nov 17, 1950.  Pilot rescued by friendly troops.
				121931 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA near Imjin River, Korea Apr 2, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				121945 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA near Sohu-ri, Korea Sept 5, 1951,
					Pilot bailed out near Chinbu-ri, Korea and was rescued.
				121966 (F4U-5N, VMF-212) crashed on takeoff at Pohang, Korea Mar 26, 1951.  Pilot injured.
				121974 (F4U-5N, VMF(N)-513) crashed in bad weather near Chosin Reservoir Nov 30, 1950.  Pilot MIA
				121976 (VC-3 Det E attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) downed S of Yongpo Airfield, Hungnam,
					North Korea Sept 9, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				121977 (F4U-5P, VF-50 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by small arms fire in Korea,
					pilot POW.
				121982 (VMF-212) pilot lost control in bad weather Jul 10, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				121983 (VMF-212) hit by AAA and made emergency landing in rice
					paddy, Korea Apr 30, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				121995 (F4U-5N, VMF-212) hit by AAA and crashed May 4, 1951, Andong, Korea.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				121996 (F4U-5N, VMF(N)-513) ran out of fuel on night intruder mission Nov 20, 1950.  Pilot MIA
				121226 (VMF-513) MIA on intruder mission, Korea, Nov 20, 1950.
				122003 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Sep 21, 1950.  Pilot injured.
				122004 (VMF-212) crash-landed at K-3, Korea May 17, 1951.  Pilot uninjured
				122013 (VF-13) spun in on landing USS Franklin D. 
					Roosevfelt Jun 2, 1953
				122017 (F4U-5N, VC-3) crashed on takeoff from USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) off
					Korea Mar 30, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				122018 (F4U-5N, VMF(N)-513) crashed on takeoff, Korea, Sept 22, 1950.  Caught fire, pilot killed.
				122028 (VMF-212 attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29)) crashed on strafing run 5 mi w of Koto-ri Dec 3, 1950.
					Pilot KIA
				122041 (VMF-212) crashed on takeoff May 20, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				122042 (VMF-212) in airfield accident at Pohang, Korea, Aug 26, 1951.  Caught fire and ordnance exploded.
					Exploding ordnance also destroyed 121795
				122051 (VMF-212) crashed between Chosin and Fusin due to engine failure Nov 14, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				122052 (VMF-212) hit by ground fire and made wheels-up landing at Kangnung airfield Apr 17, 1951
				122063 (HQ-33 Photo Unit) hit by AAA and crash landed Pohang Nov 2, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				122064 (F4U-5P) landing gear failed and crash landed Nov 4, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
122067/122086		Martin PBM-5A Mariner
				122069 to disposal at NAF Oppama Oct 31, 1957 and sold for scrap.
				122070 to Netherlands Navy as 16-304 then 103.  WFU Mar 1960
				122071 accepted by USN in Jul 1948. Guns and turrets removed and assigned to Naval Air 
					Activity Annapolis for training and indoctrination of US Naval Academy midshipmen.  
					Put into storage at Lichtfield Park, AZ and SOC Dec 1956.  To civilian market
					as N3190G, went through several owners where it was used for eveything from a
					water tanker to a hauler of fresh fish.  Acquired by National Air and Space
					Museum Aug 8, 1972, put on loan to Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona.  Restored
					in the markings of VR-21.
				122072 to Netherlands Navy as 16-305. W/o Nov 22, 1957
				122075 to Netherlands Navy as 16-300 then 100.  WFU Mar 1960
				122077 (VR-21) in landing accident and sank near Sasebo, Japan
					Nov 23, 1950.  All 9 crew uninjured.
				122078 to Netherlands Navy as 16-308 then 104.  WFU Mar 1960
				122079 to Netherlands Navy as 16-313 then 108.  WFU Mar 1960
				122080 Jan 15, 1954 started to operate a limited military inter-atoll amphibious 
					airlift service between Eniwetok and Bikini Atolls in conjunction with Operation 
					Castle for the forthcoming Atomic Energy and Joint Services Nuclear tests.
				122081 to Netherlands Navy as 16-301 then 101.  WFU Mar 1960
				122082 to Netherlands Navy as 16-315.  Cannibalized for spars
				122084 to Netherlands Navy as 16-306.  W/o Jun 10, 1959
				122085 to Netherlands Navy as 16-302 then 102.  W/o Dec 17, 1959
				122086 to Netherlands Navy as 16-316 then 110.  WFU Mar 1960
122087/122152		Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
				122095 (MSN D.779) SOC USN Oct 1951.  Later to Thai AF as KH15-43/93
					Subsequently placed on display in Bangkok and by 1987 had been 
					acquired by the Salis collection at La Ferte Alais, 
					France.  Later on civil registry as G-BUCF Feb 18, 1992 and later
					as N2209 Nov 12, 1992.  Reported 2005 at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA.
				122098 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF
				122099 (VF-3A) spun in during landing Kearsarge CV-33.
					Pilot killed.
				122103 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF
				122104 (VF-62) overside landing Leyte CV-32 3/8/1950.
					Pilot OK.
				122105 (VF-131) hit barrier on Princeton CV-37
					12/14/1948.  Pilot OK
				122112 (VF-131) crashed on deck of Princeton CV-37
					10/02/1948.
				122117 (VF-14A) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge
					CV-45 7/12/1948.  Pilot OK
				122118 (VF-38A) taxiied off side of Kearsarge CV-388
					6/21/1948.  Pilot OK.
				122119 (VF-12) hook pulled while landing on Philippine
					Sea 2/24/1950 and hit barrier.  Pilot OK.
				122120 (MSN D.804) SOC USN Oct 1952, to Royal Thai AF as KH15-72/95.
					acquired by the Foundation for the Preservation and 
					Development of Thai Aircraft Dec 1994, and shipped to Grumman in USA
					for restoration.  Returned to Thailand May 2003 and currently (Aug 2003) at
					Utapao awaiting painting and first flight
				122121 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
					CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot OK.
				122127 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
					CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot OK.
				122132 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
					CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot OK.
				122135 SOC USN Oct 1951, to Royal Thai AF as KH15-18/94
				122136 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
					CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot killed.
				122138 (VF-14A) late pull out on strafing attack on towed
					spar off Boxer CV-21 2/4/1948.  Pilot killed.
				122142 (VF-32) collided with obstacle 7/1/1948.
				122152 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF
122153/122166		Vought F4U-5 Corsair
				122154 to Argentine Navy as 0304/3-A-222
				122159 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA, Korea Jul 23, 1951.  Pilot
					rescued.
				122160 (VMF-212) hit by ground fire and landed at Army liaison field Jun 10, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
122167/122206		Vought F4U-5P Corsair
				122169 (VC-62 Det 3 off USS Leyte (CV-32)) hit by AAA over Korea and crash-landed.
					Pilot rescued by AF helicopter, but helicopter shot down.  KIA
				122170 (VC-30 attached to USS Leyte (CV-32)) ditched off USS Leyte Oct 7, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				122179 to Honduras AF as FAH-604 Mar 1956.  To Houston, TX Dec 1978 and 
					registered as N4903M.   Damaged in forced landing near Houston, TX in 1984.
					Wreckage parts used in rebuild of 123168/N179PT.  ID transferred
					to N179PT.   Other parts used to rebuild 124692/N45NL.
				122184 to civil regisry as N3764A. To Honduras AF as FAH-605.  Sold in 1979. 
					to Civil registry as N4901E, N49051, N65HP.  Now on civil registry 
					as N65WF.  Owner in 1990 was EXEC Aviation of Cincinnati, OH
				122189 at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar CA.  Was reported under
					restoration at MCAS El Toro, CA.  Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine
					Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA
				122196 (VMF-212) hit by AAA and make wheels-up landing on grass strip Jun 10, 1951.  Pilot uninjured and
					rescued.
				122198 ditched off Maui, Hawaii Sept 15, 1950.
				122201 (VMF-212) crashlanded at Pusan May 6, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
122207/122209		Martin P4M-1 Mercator
				122207 Service Test, Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Damaged 9Jul51 by structural failure 
					during a liquid oxygen equipment test at NAS Patuxent River.  Converted to P4M-1Q.  Code JQ-2, NAF 
					Port Lyautey, French Morocco; Damaged 9Oct57 when the right main landing gear collapsed landing at 
					NAF Naples, Italy.  Withdrawn 4/15/1960 and scrapped at NAS Rota, Spain and used for fire fighting practice.
				122208 VP-21, NAS Patuxent River, MD 28Jun50.   Converted to P4M-1Q.  Accident 3Apr52 during engine testing at 
					NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco.  Withdrawn 11/56 and scrapped  at NAS Norfolk
				122209 VP-21, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Accident 27Mar51 30 miles NNW of NAS Patuxent River during a local 
					instrument training flight.  Converted to P4M-1Q.  VQ-2, Code PS-4, later as JQ-4, NAF Port Lyautey, 
					French Morocco [1956]. VQ-1, Code PR-9, NAS Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan. 
					Damaged Jan58 when the nose landing gear collapsed at NAS Atsugi, Japan.  While flying a patrol 
					mission over the Sea of Japan 16Jun59, the aircraft was attacked 50 miles east of the Korean DMZ by 
					two North Korean MiGs. During the attack, the aircraft sustained serious damage 
					to the starboard engines and the tail gunner was seriously wounded. The P4M made it safely to Miho AFB, Japan.
 					Scrapped for spares
122210/122365		Douglas AD-2 Skyraider
				MSN 6673/6828
				122213 (VC-35, USS Boxer (CV-21)) hit by AAA over Korea and crashed Jun 21, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				122216 (VMA-121) suffered engine failure and ditched Nov 16, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				122219 (VMA-121) disappeared Aug 29, 1952.  Explosion seen which may
					have been this aircraft.
				122222 (VMA-121) crashlanded at K-6 in Korea Jul 7, 1952 after being hit by AAA.  Pilot uninjured.
				122226 used to demonstrate improved engine cooling system developed for AD-3.  Later installed with radome
					for flight testing the AEW version.  In midair collision in Korea Apr 25, 1951 while with VA-65 
					(attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)).  Landed OK at Seoul airfield but SOC.  Pilot uninjured.
				122247 (VF-194, attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by small arms fire and ditched in Wonsan
					Harbor Jan 8, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				122248 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Oct 15, 1952.
				122256 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Nov 19, 1951.  Pilot POW
				122258 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea Jan 29, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				122264 (VMA-121) crashed into Korean rice paddy after engine
					failure Oct 23, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				122265 (VMA-121) in wheels-up landing on Korean road after
					engine failure May 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				122269 (VF-194, attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by AAA over Korea and ditched S of Hungnam
					Feb 3, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				122273 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Sept 30, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				122275 (VA-702, attached to USS Boxer (CV-21) shot down by AAA Sep 20, 1951. Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				122276 (VMA-121) missing after bomb run, Korea, Dec 2, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				122277 (VF-194, attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by own bomb blast Pachunjang area,
					Korea 12/18/1951.  Ditched in Wonson Harbor.
					Pilot killed.
				122278 (VMA-121) hit by small arms fire, Korea, and made
					emergency landing Aug 17, 1952.
				122288 (VMA-121) pilot bailed out after engine failure, Korea,
					May 25, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				122294 (VMA-121) in takeoff accident at K-6 in Korea, crashed and
					burned May 20, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				122298 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, May 6, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				122303 (VA-702) spun in on landing Boxer CV-21 5/11/1951 
					off Korea.  Pilot OK with minor injuries.
				122306 (VC-33) spun in on takeoff NAS Atlantic City, NJ
					11/30/1951.  Pilot killed.  Also listed as crashing with VMA-121 near Tongsinchon in Korea Jan 4, 1953.  
					Pilot killed.
				122307 (VA-65, attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) hit by AAA in Korea 4/16/1951.  Pilot killed
					when chute caught on tail surface on bailout.
				122311 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea Jun 27, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
				122313 (VF-54) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched 12/09/1951.
					Pilot OK.
				122315 (VA-728, attached to USS Antietam (CV-36)) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched at sea
					Jan 21, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				122318 (VMA-121) suffered aileron problems while landing Sep 10, 1952 at Pyongtaek.  Total loss
				122324 (VMA-121) ditched after engine fire May 7, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				122325 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched in Wonsan
					Harbor Dec 9, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				122326 (VF-54) ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea, after prop
					failure Jan 30, 1952.
				122327 (VF-194, attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) hit by AAA, Korea, and ditched at sea Feb 4, 1952.
					Pilot rescued
				122328 (VMA-121) ditched at sea Feb 18, 1953.  Pilot rescued
				122337 (VMA-121) ditched in Hwachon Reservoir, Korea after being hit by
					AAA Oct 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				122339 (VF-54) crashed after takeoff from USS Essex (CV-9), Korea,
					Jan 11, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				122340 (VMA-121) pilot bailed out after losing oil pressure
					Aug 20, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				122341 (VMA-121) ditched at sea due to oil leak and loss of
					pressure Aug 20, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				122342 (VF-51 attached to USS Esses (CV-9)) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched Wonsan harbor 12/09/1951.
					Pilot OK.
				122343 (VMA-121) hit by AAA in Korea and pilot bailed out Jun 6, 1952.  Pilot rescud
				122344 (VMA-121) caught fire, unsuccessful bailout at low altitude
					Nov 18, 1951.
				122346 (VA-923) hit by AAA, S of Wonsan, Korea and pilot bailed
					out Nov 4, 1951.  Pilot became POW
				122347 (VMA-121) encountered engine trouble and pilot bailed out
					near Sinch'on, Korea May 23, 1952.  Rescued by helicopter
				122362 (VMA-121) hit by small arms fire and made forced landing
					in Korean field Jul 21, 1952.  Pilot rescued
122366/122372		Douglas AD-2Q Skyraider
				MSN 6829/6835.  Two-seat ECM version
122373			Douglas AD-2QU Skyraider
				MSN 6836.  Target towing version, carried a Mark 22 aerial target.  To NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Oct 1952.
122374/122387		Douglas AD-2Q Skyraider
				MSN 6837/6850.  Two-seat ECM version.
				122380 (VA-65) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge CV-45
					1/03/1951.  Pilot OK.
				122386 (VMC-1)
122388/122393		Martin AM-1Q Mauler
				Glenn L Martin Company Model 210, modified for radar countermeasures.
122394/122437		Martin AM-1 Mauler
				Glenn L Martin Company Model 210
				122394 (VA-45) ditched in river off Lee Fld NAAS, FL
					5/24/1949.
				122397 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				122401 reported 2008 to be with Commemorative Air Force at Midland, TX,
					but going to be moved to another museum (to be chosen by its
					owner, the National Museum of Naval Aviation).  May 2009 issue of
					Aircraft Illustrated said that aircraft is to go to Glenn L. Martin
					Aviation Museum, Middle River, MD
				122403 in storage at Planes of Fame, Chino, California as of Oct 2013.
				122408 went into inverted spin 7/16/1950 near Toledo,
					OH.  Pilot bailed out.
				122411 leveled off high during landing at Grosse Isle
					NAS, MI 10/21/1950.
				122432 flew into Buzzard Glory Mountain, PA 8/22/1950.
					Pilot killed.
122438/122464		Lockheed P2V-2 Neptune
				Model 126-52-02
				122443 (VP-10) w/o Jan 5, 1952 in landing accident at RAF Burtonwood, UK when undershot and crashed 
					into USAF C-47 at RAF Burtonwood, UK.  1 lost, 11 survived.
				122446 with VP-741 in 1952
				122449 modified as P2V-3C carrier-based nuclear bomber.  Model 326-49-05.  Landing back on the carrier
					was not an option; the aircraft would have to land at an airfield or ditch beside the carrier.
				122451 damaged  18 Apr 1950  (Shot own tail! at air to air gunnery flight), NAS Quonset Point, RI
				122452 damaged  21 Jul 1949  nr NAS Coco Soco, Panama Zone.  With VP-741 1951-52
				122453 (VP-741) w/o 6/14/51 in landing accident at Flemings Island, FL.  Inflight fire caused
					forced landing.
				122454 (VP-3) w/o Jun 1, 1950 at NAS Quonset Point during emergency landing.
				122458 w/o Jul 28, 1955.  Location ?
				122460 (VP-3) in midair collision diring takeoff from NAS Coco Solo, Panama Nov 18, 1948.
				122462 participated as an instrumented data collector for the 28 April 1958 "Yucca" nuclear test shot, 
					one of the "Hardtack" series.
				122463 (VP-741)  w/o  14 Jun 1951  nr Fleming, Isle Fd, FL.  9 crew, 2 survivee
				122464 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Mar 1950.
122447/122451		Bell F2L-1
				contract cancelled.  Serials reassigned to P2V-2 Neptune batc.  Bell P-39Q Airabonita target drone
122452/122461		Bell HTL-1 		
				Appears to have been a cancelled contract for ten YR-13 Model 47A transferred from US Army. 
				Serials of them were 46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254.  122460 and 122461 
				were transferred to the USCG as 460 and 461 but this leaves 8, yet only six appeared to have 
				been renumbered.  These six helicopters were reassigned BuNos 122453/122458.  However
				these serial numbers were reassigned to P2V Neptune batch and the helicopters
				were reserialed in the 122952/122961 range.
122465/122466		Lockheed P2V-2N Neptune
				Model 126-52-02
				The P2Vs were built for Highjump II which was to follow Operation Windmill, but Highjump II was cancelled due 
					to the Korean War. The P2V-2Ns were modified for polar work including skis and were to be used for 
					polar exploration photography and scientific work under Project Ski Jump
				122465 Assigned to VX-6, McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Named Boopsie.  was first aircraft to land on ice (but 
					ski-equipped) at Little America in Antarctica Dec 20, 1955. Crashed during landing at McMurdo, Antarctica 
					on Oct 18, 1956 in support of Operation Deep Freeze II. Departed Christchurch NZ to McMurdo along with 
					other long range aircraft of VX-6. After passing the PSR (point of safe return) a severe storm enveloped 
					the McMurdo area. Since they had insufficient fuel to return to Christchurch they were committed 
					to flying into the storm and landing at McMurdo.  The pilot made a ground controlled approach 
					from 12,000 feet to 300 feet and then elected to make a visual landing. With the landing gear down 
					the plane began to turn right, the nose of the plane fell, and the Neptune struck the snow on the 
					nose and right wing. The Neptune was completely demolished.   Four killed, 4 injured.
				122466 Assigned to VX-6, McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Named Amen!.  122466 which had already returned to 
					NAS Patuxent River, MD, was ordered back to Antarctica for the search. En-route both engines failed 
					and it crashed in a remote jungle swamp Oct 18, 1956 in Venezuela.  All 8 crewmembers were rescued, 
					and the Neptune was written off.
122467			Lockheed P2V-2 Neptune
				Model 126-52-02.  Modified in 1950 as Model 126-52-08 to test a reduced crew accommodation optimized for
					bombing operations.
122447/122451		Bell F2L-1 
				contract cancelled.  Serials reassigned to P2V-2 Neptune batch
122452/122461		Bell HTL-1 		
				Appears to have been a cancelled contract for ten YR-13 Model 47A transferred from US Army. 
					Serials of them were 46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254.  122460 and 122461 
					were transferred to the USCG as 460 and 461 but this leaves 8, yet only six appeared to have 
					been renumbered.  These six helicopters were reassigned BuNos 122453/122458.  However
					these serial numbers were reassigned to P2V Neptune batch and the helicopters
					were reserialed in the 122952/122961 range.
122468/122471		Martin PBM-5A Mariner
				122470 to Netherlands Navy as 16-312.  W/o Aug 12, 1957
				122471 15 Jan. 1954 started to operate a limited military inter-atoll amphibious airlift service 
					between Eniwetok and Bikini Atolls in conjunction with Operation Castle for the forthcoming 
					Atomic Energy and Joint Services Nuclear tests.
122472/122474		Vought XF7U-1 Cutlass
				122472 Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 1948.
				122474 suffered engine explosion during flight exhibition at NAS Patuxent River, MD Jul 7, 1950.  Vought test
					pilot Paul Thayer ejected safely, but suffered fracture to small bone at base of spine.  Aircraft
					impacted on island in Patuxent River.
122475			Grumman XF9F-2 Panther
				Model G-79.  First flight Nov 21, 1947.  Prototype with Rolls-Royce Nene engine.  Assigned to NATC
122476			Grumman XF9F-3 Panther
				Model G-79.  Second Panther airframe modified as prototype for F9F-3  First flight Aug 16, 1948.  
					Protoype with Allison J33-A-8 engine.  Assigned to NATC, 1950   Struck off chargeL March 1950
					Preserved at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
122477			Grumman XF9F-2 Panther
				Model G-79.  Prototype with Rolls-Royce Nene engine.  First flight Nov 26, 1947.  Assigned to NATC.  Tail torn off 
					in arrested landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD 10/28/1948.
122478/122507		Vought F6U-1 Pirate
				Chance Vought Model V-340 single-seat, carrier-based fighter
				122478 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas, Texas for testing May 31, 1950.  SOC at NAS Dallas,
					Texas Dec 14, 1950
				122479 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas, Texas for testing May 1950.  SOC at NAS Dallas
					Dec 14, 1950.  Used for damage trials by Bureau of Ordinance.  Saved by Connecticut Historical
					Aviation Museum from the destored.  Restoredy by Vought Corporation retirees at Hensley Field,
					Texas.  In 2012 was on ramp behind Naval Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola, Florida.
				122480 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas for testing May 1950.  SOC at NAS Dallas, texas Dec 14, 1950.
				122481 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for electronics testing.  Stricken from inventory Dec 1950.
				122482 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for testing May 1950.  Stricken from inventory Dec 1950.
				122483 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field CA Jul 23, 1950 to Aug 5, 1953.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations and for armament testing.
					Modified as F6U-1P.  Stricken from inventory at NAS Moffett FIeld Apr 24, 1951.
				122484 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for testing May 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951.
				122485 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for testing May 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122486 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951.
				122487 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122488 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122489 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island May 17, 1951
				122490 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Mar 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island May 2, 1951
				122491 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas, Texas for tests Feb 1950.  Assigned to NACA 
					Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 24, 1950 to Oct 5, 1953.
					Registered as NACA 138.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
 					SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122492 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122493 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122494 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122495 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122496 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122497 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122498 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122499 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950.  Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphis,
					Pennsylvania Jan 1951.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122500 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphis,
					Pennsylvania Jan 1951.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122501 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphis,
					Pennsylvania Jan 1951.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951
				122502 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122503 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122504 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951
				122505 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphia,
					Pennsylvania Jan 1951.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951
				122506 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951
				122507 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951
122508/122529		Sikorsky HO3S-1
				Sikorsky Model S-51
				122508 (HU-1) crashed in water off Paengnyong-Do Island, Korea Sep 4, 1952
				122509 (MSN 5144) to civil registry as N4144A, CF-JNZ, N5559A
				122510 w/o Sep 20, 1950.
				122512 (MSN 5150) to civil registry as N391T
				122513 (HU-1) crashed in enemy territory Korea Feb 8, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				122514 (VMO-6) destroyed during rescue attempt Sept 21, 1950,
					Yangjae-ri, Korea.
				122515 (MSN 5154) to salvage Jan 6, 1956.  To civil registry as N4145A, then CF-KHK.  Undergoing restoration at
					USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA
				122516 w/o Aug 4, 1950.
				122517 (VMO-6) shot down by AAA during rescue attempt Apr 13, 1951,
					Korea.  Both crew rescued.
				122518 (VMO-6) in takeoff accident Mar 12, 1951.  Both crew uninjured.
				122519 (HU-1 Det 3) engine failure off USS Philippine Sea and
					ditched at sea Sept 11, 1950.  All 3 crew rescued.
				122520 assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD.  Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, 
					VA Feb 24, 1948 to Sep 6, 1961.  Registered as NACA 201.  Ground collision Sep 6, 1961.
				122521 (VMO-6) in takeoff accident near Chik-Tong, Korea Jan 23, 1952.  Both crew rescued.
				122522 (MSN 5165) to civil registry as N5555A
				122523 to salvage Jun 30, 1957
				122526 (MSN 5181) to civil registry as N5554A
				122528 (MAMS-12) lost control during hovering and crashed near  K-6, Korea Jun 15, 1952.  Pilot and 
					2 crewmembers uninjured.
				122529 (MSN 5124) to salvage Dec 14, 1955.
122530/122559		McDonnell F2H-1 Banshee
				MSN 1/30.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				122530 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Aug 8, 1951 to Sep 22, 1959.
					Registered as NACA 214.  Assigned to Naval Air Material Center (NAMC), Mustin Field, Philadelphia, PA.
				122531 1949: NATC as 531
				122532
				122533 1949: NATC as 533.  1952: NARTU Saint Louis, MO as U-102
				122534
				122535
				122536
				122537 1952: VF-813.  4/26/1952: Crashed near Stacy, MN due to mechanical failure
				122538
				122539
				122540 assigned to Naval Air Test Center (NATC), NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 10, 1950 to Jun 20, 1951.
					Assigned to MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  Jul 12, 1951: Written off in a landing accident at Langley AFB, VA
				122541 1950: NATC as 541.  NARTU Glenview, IL as V-109.
				122542
				122543 w/o  20 May 1949  Fatal crash at Chesapeake Bay, MD
				122544
				122545
				122546
				122547.  Currently preserved as the gate guard at NAS Sanford, FL
				122548 1953: VF-724.  Crashed Aug 1, 1953 into Lake Michigan. Pilot was killed
				122549
				122550 1949: VF-172 as R-212.
				122551  NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as L-103.
				122552 NAS Glenview, IL as TGV-503
				122553 VF-172 as R-205
				122554 1952: NARTU Saint Louis, MO as U-103.  1954: NAS Glenview, IL as 507.  1954: VF-711.
					Crashed Feb 13, 1954 near NAS Denver, CO. Pilot was killed.
				122555
				122556 1954: VF-777.  3/21/1954: Crashed near NAS Los Alamitos, CA. Pilot was killed
				122557 w/o  26 Apr 1952  Crash 3 miles W. of Stacy, MN
				122558  VF-172 as R-201.
				122559 1949: VF-172 as R-202. W/o  13 Jun 1949  Fatal crash at Jackson MAP, FL     VF-172
122560/122562		Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				According to some sources, 122560 to 122589 were all built as F9F-3, but the F9F-3s might have been 
					redesignated F9F-2 after they were reengined and made identical to the F9F-2
				122560 assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.  Assigned to NACA, later NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley 
					Field, VA Jan 5, 1951 to Jul 7, 1960.  Registered as NACA 215.  SOC Jan 14, 1958 at Langley AFB, 
					Virginia.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA.
				122561 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				122562 fitted with electro-hydraulically driven Emerson Aero X17A roll-transverse turret housing
					four 0.50-in machine guns.  SOC Jun 7, 1956 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia.
122563			Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				122563 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
122564/122566		Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				122564 1953: VMFT-10.  Crashed Jul 31, 1953 after takeoff from MCAS El Toro, California
				122565 VF-721w/o Jan 20, 1956 at NAATC, NAS Kingsville, Texas
				122566 1950 NATC.  Skidded and overshot landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD 4/12/1950.
122567			Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				To NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
122568			Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				To VF-123 in 1955.  W/o Sep 1, 1955
122569			Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				To NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
122570			Grumman F9F-2 Panther
122571			Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				Made emergency landing on short dirt strip Greenfield, OH 5/29/1949.  SOC Oct 12, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas
122572			Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				To NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
122573/122585		Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				122573 (VF-51) wheels up landing in sand near NAS San Diego, CA 5/18/1949.  SOC Dec 4, 1957 at NAS 
					Corpus Christie, Texas
				122574 (VF-51) hit by AAA in combat mission 9/19/1950 off USS Valley Forge (CV-45) and ditched in sea off North Korea.
					Pilot rescued.
				122575 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 7/18/1950.  Pilot rescued.
				122576 converted to F9F-2KD drone controller.  GMGRU-2 1958.  SOC May 31, 1958 at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia.
				122577 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 7/22/1950 off the Korean coast. Pilot rescued.
				122578 SOC Nov 14, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas
				122579 (VF-52) ditched on takeoff from USS Boxer CVA-21 Jul 8, 1953.  Pilot rescued
				122580 (VF-51) ditched off the Korean coaston takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 5/21/1950.
				122581 (VF-51) undershot landing USS Valley Forge 12/11/1950
				122582 to ATU-206 in 1956.  W/o Aug 6, 1956
				122583 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				122584 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from NAS San Diego 2/30/1950.
				122585 with Blue Angels 1949-1950.  1950: VF-51.  1950-51: VF-52.  1951: VF-112.  1952: VF-23 as M-108.
					(VF-23 attached to USS Essex (CVA-9) hit by AAA, crash landed 
					Oct 17, 1952.  Pilot became POW. 
122586/122589		Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				122586 with Blue Angels 1949-1950
				122587 with Blue Angels 1949-1950.  VF-191.  1952-53 VF-151. 
				122588 with Blue Angels 1949-1950.  1952-53: VF-23
				122589 with Blue Angels 1949-1950.
122590/122601		North American AJ-1 Savage
				North American NA-156: Pre-production.  MSN 156-38465/38476
				122590 (MSN 156-38465)	First flight May49. North American Aviation. Accepted by US Navy Sep49. 
					Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD 19Sep49. Crashed and burned near Bedford, VA on a ferry 
					flight from Edwards AFB, CA to NAS Patuxent River, MD 22Jun50 (3KIS).
				122591 (MSN 156-38466) Accepted by US Navy Aug49. VC-5; VC-6; VC-5; Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, CA; 
					Naval Air Special Weapons Facility, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM; Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, CA; 
					VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. TDY at Love Field, Dallas, TX for refuelling Marine Corps Major John Glenn’s 
					Vought F8U Crusader [BuAer 144608] used in Project Bullet Jul57. During a practice refueling over Texas 
					before the record flight, Major Glenn was plugged in and taking fuel when the Savage tanker’s right engine 
					started belching black smoke. Then the left engine started doing the same thing. Major Glenn pulled out 
					from the refueling drogue and flew wing on the Savage but it couldn’t hold altitude. The Savage dropped 
					down to around 3,500 feet and the crew bailed out. The airplane descended and crashed in an open area; 
					it was full of fuel and exploded in a fireball. An investigation later revealed that the tank to plane 
					shut-off valve was stuck in the open position and pumped JP jet fuel into the gasoline fuel system. 
					The engines lost power and the cylinder head temperatures went to maximum.
				122592 (MSN 156-38467) Accepted by US Navy Aug49. VC-5; VC-6; VC-5; Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, CA; 
					VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Nov56.
				122593 (MSN 156-38468) Accepted by US Navy Aug50. Bailed to North American Aviation, Downey, CA. Crashed after 
					structural failure ten miles east of Edwards AFB, CA 7Aug50 (2KIS).
				122594 (MSN 156-38469) Accepted by US Navy Nov49. VC-5; VC-6; Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. 
					Crashed on take-off from NAS Patuxent River, MD 4Feb53 (2KIS).
				122595 (MSN 156-38470)	Accepted by US Navy Oct49. VC-5; VC-6. Caught fire and crashed near 
					NAS Patuxent River, MD 13Nov50. While on a routine flight the aircraft experienced a fire in the port 
					engine nacelle which quickly spread to the bomb bay and finally the cockpit area. Unable to jettison 
					the crew escape hatch, two crew men were forced to bail out through the bomb bay. After much difficulty, 
					the pilot managed to escape through the port canopy window, receiving minor burns in the process. 
					All three aircrew sustained only slight injuries.
				122596 (MSN 156-38471) Accepted by US Navy Oct49. VC-5; VC-6; Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; VC-8; 
					Heavy Attack Training Unit, NAS Norfolk, VA; VAH-11; North American Aviation. NAS Litchfield Park, 
					Goodyear, AZ for storage Oct62. SOC 3Oct62.
				122597 (MSN 156-38472) Accepted by US Navy Oct49. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; VC-5; VC-9; VC-8; 
					VC-9; VAH-5. NAS Port Lyautey, French Morocco. Damaged beyond repair in a deck accident when another 
					AJ-1 Savage [BuAer 124864] crashed into it on USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) in the Mediterranean Sea 8Sep56.
				122598 (MSN 156-38473) Accepted by US Navy Nov49. VC-5; Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, CA; VC-7. 
					Crashed twenty miles southwest of La Spezia, Italy 6Sep52 (3KIS).
				122599 (MSN 156-38474) Accepted by US Navy Dec49. VC-5; Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, CA; VC-7; VC-6; 
					VC-9; tail modification; VC-5; VAH-5 1Nov55; VAH-11. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Oct57.
				122600 (MSN 156-38475) Accepted by US Navy Dec49. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; VC-5. 
					Made the first carrier takeoff of the AJ-1 Savage; launched from the USS Coral Sea (CVB-43) 21Apr50. 
					Crashed on the deck of USS Bennington (CVA-20) in the Mediterranean Sea 11Aug53 (1KIS). The plane 
					hit the round down during landing. An engine went onto the flight deck with the propeller cutting through. 
					Some debris, including a wing, went below the flight deck. The major portion of the plane dropped into the sea. 
					The rescue helicopter picked up the pilot and bombardier/Navigator but didn't have room for the third crewman. 
					By the time the helicopter returned he had gone down with the wreckage.
				122601 (MSN 156-38476) Accepted by US Navy Dec49. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; VC-5. Made the 
					second carrier takeoff of the AJ-1 Savage; launched from the USS Coral Sea (CVB-43) 21Apr50. VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; 
					VAH-5. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Sep57. SOC 15Jul58.
122602/122613		Martin PBM-5A Mariner
				122602 to Netherlands Navy as 16-310 then 106.  WFU Mar 1960
				122603 to Netherlands Navy as 16-307. Forced to make emergency landing Oct 11, 1957 at an airshow at
					Valkenburg airfield.  It was conducting a single-engine flypast, and the remaining engine lost power,
					forcing the pilot to carry out a belly landing.  The damaged hulk was transported to Rotterdam Airport
					for use as a fire trainer.
				122604 to Netherlands Navy as 16-314 then 109.  WFU Mar 1960
				122608 to Netherlands Navy as 16-303.  W/o Sep 10, 1958
				122611 to Netherlands Navy as 16-309, then 105.  WFU Mar 1960
				122612 wreck at Lelu Harbor Kosrae, Micronesia
				122613 to Netherlands Navy as 16-311, then 107.  WFU Mar 1960
122614/122708		Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
				122614 airworthy May 2009 with Lewis Aeronautical LLC as NX747NF
				122619 (MSN D.1148) stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ until 1963.  Then
					registered N7958C, later became N700F, then on civil registry as N14WB.  Seen in 2006 in hangar at Placid Lakes
					APT, Lake Placid, FL.  In 2009 owned by Rod Lewis as
					racer "Rare Bear".
				122622 (VF-34) in wheels-up landing at NAS Squantum,
					MA 5/22/1950.  Pilot OK.
				122623 w/o  28 Jul 1952  Crash 5 miles SW. of Marshall, IL, due to engine failure   Pilot bailed out   VMFT-10
				122624 (VF-153) hard landing USS Boxer CV-21 1/14/1950.
					Pilot OK.
				122627 crashed at sea off NAS Norfolk, VA due to bad
					weather 5/24/1949.  Pilot missing.
				122629 (MSN D.117) to civil registry as N1031B, then N777L
				122630 (VF-74) hard landing on Leyte 2/27/1950.
					Pilot OK.
				122633 (VF-63) ditched off NAAS Oceana, VA 9/9/1949.
					Pilot OK.
				122634 w/o 12 Aug 1953  Force landed due to engine failure, 3 miles W.of NAS Green Cove Springs, FL   FASRON-741
				122637 (MSN D-1190) to civil registry as N1033B, then noted as N198F at 
					Planes of Fame Jan 13, 2002.  Registration N8TF taken up
					Jul 31, 2008
				122639 w/o  10 Apr 1953  Fatal crash due to engine failure, at Accomac, VA     VU-4
				122640  w/o  28 Nov 1953  at Coats Fd, Carey, ID    VMF-216
				122641 (VX-2) gear retracted during landing roll-out
					NAAS Chincoteague, VA.  Pilot OK.  Date?
				122645 (VF-192) hit target banner during gunnery and
					spun in NAS Alameda, CA.  Pilot killed.  Date?
				122646 w/o  22 Jul 1953  Fatal crash on t/off, at NAS San Diego, CA     VU-7
				122648 (MSN D.1201) became N1032B
				122653 (VF-151) over bow landing Boxer CV-21 1/25/1950.
					Pilot OK.
				122657 (VF-194) stalled in landing on Boxer CV-21
					5/31/1950.  Pilot killed.
				122660 (VF-34) overshot landing at NAS Quonset Point,
					RI and hit seawall 10/04/1950.  Pilot injured.
				122665 (VF-195) collided in midair with AD-3 122759 over South China Sea Mar 30, 1950.  Both pilots killed.
				122667 w/o 10 Jan 1953  Taxi accident at NAS Denver, CO VF-712
				122668  w/o 27 Jul 1953  at NAAS Chincoteague, VA    VX-2
				122673 (VF-74) force landed in swamp near NAS
					Jacksonville, FL 6/30/1950.  Pilot OK.
				122674 to civil registry as N7825C
				122683 'X_-04' F8F-2 noted stored NAF Litchfield Park, AZ (1962 photo)
				122684 (VF-153) hit barrier Boxer CV-21 1/14/1950.  
					Pilot OK
				122686 w/o?  21 Aug 1952  Ground looped at MCAS Cherry Point, NC VMFT-20
				122693  w/o 6 Feb 1954 Cr landed, due to engine failure, at NAS Norfolk, VA     NARTU
				122696 (VF-92) ditched off Midway CVB-41 6/1/1949 233
					miles from Nassau.  Pilot OK.
				122697 122697  w/o  7 Aug 1952  Ditched, due to engine failure, 15 miles E. off Sapelo Island, GA   VF-742
				122700  w/o  23 Mar 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, 20 miles S. off San Clemente Island, CA
				122702  w/o  30 Aug 1953  Cr landed, due to engine failure, at Robbins A/p, Helena, AR    NARTU 1952  Landing at NAAS Chincoteague, VA VX-2
				122703 (VF-153) hard landing on USS Boxer CV-21 01/16/1950.
					Pilot OK.
				122708 (MSN D.1261) became N7701C.  Crashed at Flagstaff, AZ Sep 16, 1975,
					killing the pilot, parts of plane used
					in rebuild of 121707/N1027B.  Reported at Breckenridge, TX
					Apr 9 2008.
122709/122728		Sikorsky HO3S-1
				Sikorsky Model S-51
				122709 (MSN 5187) to civil registry as N4957C, cancelled Dec 6, 2011
				122710 (MSN 5192) crashed in water Yo-do, Korea Jul 24, 1953.  Crew of 2 rescued by helicopter.
				122712 (HU-2, Det 30) got lost and landed in friendly territory when ran out of fuel while
					flying off USS New Jersey May 24, 1951.  Crew walked out.  Helicopter relocated and returned
					to USS New Jersey.
				122715 (HU-2) missing on rescue mission near Kosong, Korea
					Jul 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA, other crewman POW
				122716 w/o  15 may 1954  Fatal cr, due to mechanical fault, at NAAS Kingsville, TX
				122719 (HU-1) ditched after takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37
					Apr 30, 1952.  All 3 onboard rescued.
				122720 (HU-1) hit by ground fire, landed in Han River near Kimpo,
					Korea Sept 25, 1950.  Crew of 2 rescued by helicopter.
				122721 (MSN 51.118) to civil registry as N5553A
				122723 (HU-2, Det 40) uneven landing on mountainous terrain, Korea,
					Mar 31, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				122724 attached to HU-1 aboard Bonhomme Richard and served off Korea in 1952
				122725 (VC-50) ditched off USS Valley Forge CV-45 after engine
					failure Jul 4, 1950.  Pilot and crewmember uninjured.
				122726 (HU-1) in bad takeoff in high winds, USS Philippine Sea
					CV-47 Jan 9, 1951.  Also listed as having struck the
					conning tower of a submarine and crashed with HU-1 Dec 3, 1951.
				122727 (MSN 51130) to civil registry as N4958C.
122729/122853		Douglas AD-3 Skyraider
				MSN 6851/6975
				122729 (VMA-121) lost to automatic weapons fire, Korea Aug 5, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				122730 (VA-923, attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) hit by ground  fire, ditched at sea, Korea 
					Sept 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				122740 (VMO-6) attached to USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31 crashlanded at emergency strip Aug 29, 1951.
				122741 (VF-194 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by small arms fire Apr 20, 1952 near
					Wonsan. Pilot KIA.
				122744 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Oct 27, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				122745 w/o  25 Mar 1953  Engine failure, cr 21 miles NW. of NAAS El Centro, CA   Pilot bailed out   VMA-251
				122746 (VA-923 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) exploded during emergency landing at 
					Kangnung, Korea, Jul 6, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				122750 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) shot down by AAA Jan 9, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				122751 (VMA-121) ditched in river near K-47 in Korea after engine failure Dec 17, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				122753 (VA-923 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) hit by AAA and ditched off Korea, Oct 3, 1951.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				122757 (VMA-121) emergency landing at K-6, Korea due to mechanical failure May 8, 1953.
				122758 (VA-923 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) ditched due to engine failure Sep 2, 1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				122759 (VA-194) collided in midair with F8F-2 122665 over South China Sea Mar 30, 1950.  Both pilots killed.
				122760 (VA-923 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) shot down by AAA, Korea, Jul 18, 1951.  
					Pilot MIA
				122762 w/o?  25 Apr 1953  at NAAS El Centro, CA    VMA-251
				122764 (VMA-121) in midair collision with RF-80A 44-5467 Aug 11, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				122767 (VA-923 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) hit by AAA, Korea, pilot bailed out but not 
					recovered Nov 21, 1951. Pilot became POW.
				122768 (VA-923) engine failure off Bon Homme Richard CV-31 and ditched Jul 7, 1951
				122771 (VA-728) shot down by AAA, Hamhung, Korea Mar 2, 1952.
				122782 (VA-923) lost in Hwansungwon-ni area of Korea Dec 22, 1951.
				122786 (VA-923) crashed and burned Nov 15, 1952.
				122790 w/o  21 Sep 1954  Fatal crash due to structural fault, on Asanman Range, South Korea    VMA-212
				122797 (VA-35) ditched on takeoff from Leyte CV-32 off Korea 1/14/1951.  Pilot injured.
				122799 w/o?  6 Aug 1954  Grd looped at K-6, South Korea    VMA-121
				122800 (VMA-121) lost in Korea Mar 29, 1953. Either could not pull out of dive
					or hit by bomb blast.  Pilot killed
				122804 (VA-195) force landed west of NAS Alameda, CA 12/05/1951.  Pilot OK.
				122807 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) probably hit by AAA and crashed in Wonsan Harbor Jan 22, 1952.  
					Pilot rescued.
				122808 w/o?  25 Mar 1954  T/off accident at K-6, South Korea VMA-251
				122809 w/o  9 May 1955  Crash landed, due to engine failure, near K-3, South Korea
				122811 was at EAA Museum, Oshkosh, WI in 1983. In 2003 was at Naval
					Support Activity, Philadelphia, PA.  122811 preserved at Naval Inventory Control Point, 700 Robbins Ave Sep 2007
				122812 (VMA-121) developed engine trouble Mar 17, 1953
				122814 w/o  23 Sep 1952  Ditched due to engine failure, 100 miles SW of Honolulu, HI    VA-923
				122816  w/o  23 Jul 1952  Engine failure, crash 18 miles NNW. of El Centro, CA   Pilot bailed out   VA-923
				122817 (VA-35 attached to USS Leyte (CV-32)) force landed while attacking bridge on Tongno River 
					Nov 11, 1950, Korea.  Pilot MIA
				122819 (VMA-121) hit b ground fire and made wheels-up landing Jul 24, 1952
				122822 (VA-923) crashed off USS Oriskany CVA-34 Feb 1, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				122823 (VA-923 attached  to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) hit by AAA S of Wonsan, Korea Nov 4, 1952. Pilot POW
				122824 w/o?  28 Apr 1954  Crash on t/off, due to engine failure, at K-6, South Korea
				122840 (VC-33) stalled on waveoff from Millville Airport, NJ 1/22/1951.  Pilot OK.
				122842 (VF-194 attached to USS Valley Forge CV-45)) shot down by AAA W of Kowon, Korea Feb 8, 1952.
					Pilot POW.
				122844 (VC-12) crashed on takeoff from NAS Quonset Point,
					RI 12/29/1951.  Pilot killed.
				122848 (CATG-1 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) shot down by AAA and ditched off coast of Songin
					Apr 17, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				122849 dove in off NAS Quonset Point, RI. Feb 13, 1950, pilot killed.
				122852 (VA-923 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) ditched in water near Wonsan after being 
					hit by AAA, Oct 6, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				122853 converted as prototype for AD-4
122854/122876		Douglas AD-3Q Skyraider
				MSN 6976/6998.  Oredered as AD-3QU target towing version to carry Mark 22 aerial target, but built as
					AD-3Q two-seat ECM aircraft which could be quickly adapted to target towing.
				122854 w/o?  13 Oct 1953  Crash landed due to mechanical fault, at NAS Quonset Point, RI    VC-12
				122856 w/o  14 Jun 1955  Ditched off 'USS Siboney'
				122863 (VC-33 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by AAA over Pyongyang, 
					Korea Jul 11, 1952.  Two crew MIA
				122865 hit by hard landing F8F-1 95164 2/28/1950 aboard
					Philippine Sea 2/28/1950.  SOC.
				122868 (VC-33) ditched after takeoff from Coral Sea
					CVB-43 3/2/1951.  Pilot OK.
				122874 w/o  1 Sep 1953  Crash due to stall, 22 miles NE. of NAAS El Centro, CA   Pilot bailed out    VC-35
122877/122907		Douglas AD-3W Skyraider
				MSN 6999/7029.  Three-seat AEW version. 
				122884 (VC-50) ditched at sea Nov 20, 1950.  All crew uninjured.
				122889 (VC-12) hit barrier on landing on Wright CVL-49 Dec 11, 1951.  Pilot OK.
				122892 w/o  27 Mar 1954 Crash into barrier, on 'USS Wright' in Atlantic Ocean    VC-12
				122893 w/o 7 Apr 1954  Crasg due to stall, at NAS Quonset Point, RI    VC-12
				122900 w/o?  26 Oct 1954  Crash on takeoff, due to mechanical fault, at NAS Quonset Point, RI    VC-12
				122906 and 122907 converted to AD-3E search aircraft version to be used with AD-3S attack version in anti-sub warfare.		
122908/122922		Douglas AD-3N Skyraider
				MSN 7030/7044.  Three-seat night attack version.
				122908 to NAF China Lake ca Jun 1956
				122909 (VC-50) in bad landing aboard USS Valley Forge CV-45 Jul 4, 1950.
				122910 and 122911 converted to AD-3S attack aircraft version to be used with AD-3E search version as hunter-killer
					team for anti-submarine warfare.
				122910 (VX-1) flew into water tracking torpedoes off NAS Boca Chica, FL 4/25/1951.  2 crew seriously
					injured.
				122911 (VX-1) flew into water off NAS Boca Chica, FL 4/3/1951.  3 crew killed.
				122913 w/o  6 May 1953  Fatal cr, 100 miles E. of Virginia Beach, VA    VC-33
				122916 to NAF China Lake by Sep 1956
				122920 w/o  29 Jan 1953  Ditched off Atlantic City, NJ    VC-33
122923/122951		Lockheed P2V-3 Neptune
				Model 326-59-02
				122924, 122927, 122930, 122933, 122936, 122942, 122947, 122951 modified as P2V-3C
					carrier-launched nuclear bombers.  Model 326-59-05
				122930 modified to P2V-3C assigned to VV-5. W/o Nov 16, 1951 at NAS Norfolk, VA
				122932 landing gear collapsed on landing at NAS Barbers Point, HI Jul 2, 1951.  Repaired.
				122934 w/o  12 Dec 1953  Taxi accident at NAS Sangley Point,  Philippines     VP-6
				122935 lost engine and ditched off NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco Oct 10, 1953.  Crew rescued.
				122939 (VP-8) w/o 10/14/51 in landing accident at Atsugi, Japan.
				122940 (VP-6) hit by flak Aug 16, 1950 during combat mission in Korea 
					and ditched 6 mi W of Paeng Nylong-do.  Pilot and crew of 9 rescued.
				122944 (MSN 326-1120) noted in 2000 preserved at St Petersburg, FL but believed
					scrapped when Yesterday's Air Force Museum closed.  After the museum closed, the aircraft was dumped at sea
					in the Gulf of Mexico off Dunedin Jun 2000.  It became the first piece of a new artificial reef named
					Military Park.
				122947 modified as P2V-3C, assigned to VC-7.  Modified to P2V-3B at NAS Alameda, CA May 1952.
					(P2V-3B) at NAF China Lake by May 1956.
122952/122963		Bell HTL-2 
				MSN 59/70.  Model 47D.  Part of this serial number batch appears to have included
					some of a group of ten YR-13 Model 47As transferred from US Army. 
					Army serials were 46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254.  
					Two were transferred to the USCG but this leaves 8, yet 
					only six appeared to have been renumbered.  These six helicopters were 
					initially assigned BuNos 122453/122458.  However the serials
					122453/122458 were subsequently reassigned to the P2V Neptune batch, and the serials
					of these six helicopters were transferred to the 122952/122963 batch.  This is all very
					confusing, and I would appreciate it if anyone had any more details.  The MSNs listed below
					do not match up with with this Army batch.
				122952 (MSN 59) Registered N1358N as a Bell HTL-2 to Reedley Joint Union High School & Reedley College, 
					Reedley, CA, 5Dec55, cancelled 21May60.  To the US Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA. 
					[now the National Museum of the Marine Corps].  Loaned to the Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run, Ypsilanti, MI..  
					Loaned to the Pima Air & Space Museum, Pima, AZ
				122953 (MSN 60).  Registered N140B as Bell 47D1
				122954 (MSN 61) to civil registry as N3918A, N347WM 
				122955 (MSN 62)
				122956 (MSN 63) to XB-FJD, N5783.
				122957 (MSN 64)  registered N9391H, cancelled Jul 21, 1961 on export to Canada
				122958 (MSN 65) registere N145B, cancelled Oct 26, 1964 on export to Papua New Guinea
				122959 (MSN 66)
				122960 (MSN 67)
				122961 (MSN 68)
				122962 (MSN 69)
				122963 (MSN 70) registered N209B, cancelled Jul 25, 1956
122964/122987		Lockheed P2V-3 Neptune
				Model 326-59-02
				122966, 122969, 122971 modified as P2V-3C carrier-launched nuclear bombers.
					Model 326-59-05.  All three later modified as P2V-3B close-support aircraft.
				122964 VP-6 w/o Dec 22, 1953.  Location?
			 	122969 fitted with an arrester hook and used for dummy deck landings at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
				122983 w/o 27 Jan 1957 in crash 10 miles N. of Joseph City, AZ
				122986 and 122987 modified as P2V-3Z combat transport.  Model 326-59-09
				122964 (VP-6) landed long at Kaitak, Apt, Hong Kong and caught fire Dec 22, 1953.  No fatalities.
				122966 at NAF China Lake by May 1956.
				122969 (P2V-3C) was fitted with an arrestor hook, but apparently no record 
					of it ever making a carrier landing! Assigned to VC-5, code NB-41.  Landing back on the carrier
					was not an option; the aircraft would have to land at an airfield or ditch beside the carrier
				122971 (P2V-3C) assigned to VC-8, code NC-11. Modified as P2V-3B at NAS Alamada, CA Mar 1955
				122972 (VP-6) ditched at sea Dec 26, 1951 off Atsugi, Japan in bad weather
					during night weather reconnaissance mission due to runaway prop.  2 crew MIA, 6 rescued.
				122976 (VP-5) w/o 9/4/51 during night exercise off NAS Quonset Point, RI.
				122978 (VP-5) caught fire in midair and crashed at sea Sep 4, 1951.
				122984 left engine caught fire, then separated from wing and forcelanded near China Lake, CA Apr 13, 1959. No injuries.
				122985 w/o  6 Sep 1953  Taxi accident/mechanical fault, at Lajes AB,  Azores   VC-9
122988/122989		Douglas XA2D-1 Skyshark
				MSN 7045/7046
				122988 crashed at Edwards AFB, Dec 19, 1950.  Pilot killed.
122990/123015		McDonnell F2H-1 Banshee
				MSN 31/56.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				122990
				122991 VF-172 as R-207
				122992 *? as R-106.  1951: NAS Glenview, IL as VW-532
				122993 NARTU Glenview, IL as V-103.
				122994 1949: VF-172 as R-104.  1952: NARTU Glenview, IL as V-104.  1953: VF-725.
					5/16/1953: Crashed near NAS Glenview, IL. Pilot was killed.
				122995
				122996 1949: ? as R-103.
				122997 VF-1 as T-114.
				122998 NARTU Glenview, IL as V-101
				122999 1948-49: VF-171 as R-3.
				123000 1949: VF-171 as R-101.
				123001 NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as L-102.  4/16/1954: Crashed near Northbrook, IL. Pilot was killed.
				123002 w/o?  26 Jan 1954  Cr, due to engine failure, 40 miles SSE. of Columbus, OH
				123003 1949: VF-171 as R-107
				123004
				123005 NAS Glenview, IL as TGV-504
				123006
				123007 NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as L-121.  crashed at Vina, Alabama, Nov 23, 1955. The aircraft had flown into the ground at a high angle 
					and was completely demolished. The pilot was instantly killed.
				123008 1950: VX-3 as XC-45
				123009 VX-3 as XC-45
				123010
				123011 ? as T-1xx
				123012 1952: NARTU Saint Louis, MO as U-108.  1953: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as L-118.
				123013
				123014
				123015 1948-49: VF-171 as R-4
123016/123019		Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				123016 with Blue Angels 1949-1950.  1952: VF-23.  1953: VF-91?  VF-191
				123017 with Blue Angels 1949-1950.  (VF-91 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) hit By anti-aircraft 
					fire over North Korea Jun 25, 1953. 
					Able to fly out to sea. Aircraft caught fire in the cockpit. Ditched in Sea of Japan. Pilot 
					survived and was rescued by a South Korean Navy frigate.
				123018 to NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
123020/123043		Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				123020 (VF-51) caught fire in taxi accident 10/26/1949 at NAS San Diego.
				123021 Upgraded to F9F-2.  stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Jun 19, 1958.
				123022 Upgraded to F9F-2.  stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				123023 Upgraded to F9F-2.  stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				123024 Upgraded to F9F-2.  stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Oct 23, 1957
				123025 Upgraded to F9F-2.  (VF-24) damaged in deck crash USS Boxer in the Sea of Japan Aug 6, 1952 off Korea.  SOC.
				123026 1950: VF-51 as S-xxx.  Jul 3, 1950: Shot down a North Korean AF Yak-9 near Pyongyang, NK.  Upgraded to F9F-2.
					Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				123027 (VF-91 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) crash landed on sandy strip of beach 5 Miles 
					North of (K-18) Kangnung Air Base, South Korea Jun 26, 1953.  Pilot survived and was rescued by helicopter.
				123028 (VF-52) crashed after takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 6/25/1950.
				123029 Upgraded to F9F-2.  Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				123030 Upgraded to F9F-2  (VF-24 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) crashed S of Wonsan, Korea Jul 4, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				123031 Upgraded to F9F-2.  W/o Oct 9, 1956 at NAATC, NAS Chase Field, Texas
				123032 Upgraded to F9F-2.  Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona Nov 8, 1957
				123033 Upgraded to F9F-2.  (VF-23 attached to USS Essex (CVA-9) lost on strafing run, North Korea, Nov 22, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				123034 VF-24.  Upgraded to F9F-2.  stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Nov 8, 1957
				123035 1953: VF-91. Upgraded to F9F-2. 1955: ATU-223.  Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 1, 1957
				123036 Upgraded to F9F-2.  SOC Feb 7, 1956 at NATTC, NAS Memphis, Tennssee
				123037 Upgraded to F9F-2.  (VF-24) ditched off Korean coast in bad takeoff from USS Boxer CV-21 May 25, 1952.  
					Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123038 Upgraded to F9F-2.  SOC May 6, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas
				123039 (VF-52) caught fire and crashed after takeoff 3/19/1951, 
					NAS San Diego.  Pilot bailed out.
				123040 Upgraded to F9F-2.  SOC Aug 30, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas
				123041 Delivered as F9F-3, 30 Aug 1949
					O&R Alameda
					FASRON-7 San Diego 14 Sep 50
					VF-52 CVG-5 11 Dec 50
					VC-61 San Diego 21 May 51
					Converted to F9F-3P at San Diego, June 51
 					(VC-61) flamed out on landing and undershot at NAS Miramar, CA 8/22/1951.  Pilot injured.
				123042 Upgraded to F9F-2. 7/30/1956: Struck off charge at NAATC Kingsville, TX. 
				123043 1950: FASRON-119.  Upgraded to F9F-2
123044/123067		Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				123044 VMF-115 as AE-23
				123045 (VF-91 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) hit by anti-aircraft fire Over North Korea Jul 1, 1953. 
					Able to fly to South Korea and crash landed at (K-18) 
					Kangnung Air Base South Korea.  Pilot survived
				123046 (MAG-33, 1st MAW) crashlanded at K-3, Korea Nov 29, 1952.
				123047 NAOTS
				123048 1956: VMF-115 as AE-21
				123049 1953: VF-91.  w/o  8 Dec 1954  Fatal crash due to stall, at NAAS Chase, Field, TX      ATU-204
				123050 (MSN K-65) TOS USN.
					Ca. 10/49: Marine Fighter Squadron 311 (VMF-311), MCAS El Toro, CA.
					12/7/50: Deployed to Pohang, South Korea. Flew combat missions over Korea.
					2/52: Marine Fighter Squadron 115 (VMF-115), Pohang, South Korea. Flew combat missions over Korea.
					Ca.1/53: Fighter Squadron 151, USS Boxer. Flew combat missions over Korea.
					Ca. 8/53: Forest Sherman Field, NAS Pensacola, FL. Used as advanced trainer.
					10/79: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL. 
						Originally marked as 122563, but by 1995 it was remarked as 123050 with VF-151.
				123051 1952: VF-821 as A-206
				123052 VF-151
				123053 To N3658F with Oklahoma State University, Stillwater 1963. Nfd
				123054 1952: VF-821.  Stored at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California in Apr 2003.
				123055 w/o?  15 Feb 1953  Landed short at K-3, Korea    VMF-311
				123056 (VMF-115) dove in near Palmyra, Halifax County, NC 10/25/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123057
				123058
				123059 VF-53 as S-xxx.
				123060 (VMF-115) stalled on takeoff from Roosevelt Roads NAS 2/24/1950.
				123061
				123062 1952: VF-53.  8/19/1952: Crashed on approach to NAS Miramar, CA. Pilot was killed
				123063 (VMF-115) lost off MCAS Cherry Point, NC 
					5/21/1950 due to unknown cause.  Pilot killed.
				123064
				123065
				123066
				123067
123068/123076		Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				123068 (pilot VF-51, plane VF-52) missing off Valley Forge CV-45 on combat
					sweep over North Korea 8/12/1950.  Pilot MIA.
				123069 Upgraded to F92-2.  (VF-24) damaged in deck crash on USS Boxer 
					Aug 6, 1952 off Korea.  Jettisoned offside.
				123070 Delivered 28 Sep 1949
					O&R San Diego
					VF-52 CVG-5 15 Mar 50                 Probably made 1950 Korean deployment in CV-45.
					FASRON 11 YOKOSUKA 20 Nov 50
					FASRON 7 San Diego 6 Feb 51
					VF-52 CVG-5 Miramar       10 Apr 51
					VC-61 Miramar 21 May 51
					Converted to F9F-3P 25 May 51 while assigned to VC-61
					O&R Alameda 12 Oct 51
					Converted to F9F-2P from 24 Oct 51  (noted as “-2PX”, indicating conversion in progress)
					Released to FASRON 8 Alameda 5 Feb 52
					VC-61 27 Feb 52
					VC-61 det E, USS Princeton; it remained with VC-61 afterwards.
					O&R Norfolk 23 Sep 53
					O&R Philly 15 Feb 54
					Converted to F9F-2KD at O&R Philly 23 Mar 54
					VU-4 Chincoteague 13 Oct 54
					GMGRU-2 Chincoteague 26 Sep 55
					SOC GMGRU-2 30 Jun 57 NAS Chincoteague, VA.   1289 hours.
				123071 Delivered as F9F-3 29 Sep 1949
					O&R San Diego
					VF-51 23 Mar 50
					Shot down NKAF YAK while deployed in Valley Forge, LTJG Leonard Plog, 3 July1950
					FASRON 11 Japan, 20 Nov 50
					FASRON 7 San Diego 5 Feb 51
					VC-61 18 May 51
					Modified to F9F-3P 25 May 51
					VC-61 18 May 51
					Shows with VF-61 Elizabeth Cy NC 1 Jun 51
					O&R Alameda 12 Oct 51
					Released as F9F-2P at O&R Alameda, 15 Jan 52
					FASRON-8 Alameda           16 Jan 52
					VC-61 Miramar 27 Jan 52
					VC-61 det E, Princeton 17 Mar 52
					With VC-61 through 29 Jun 53
					O&R Alameda 4 Aug 53
					O&R Norfolk 5 Oct 53
					O&R Philadelphia, 26 Jan 54
					Modified to F9F-2KD 23 Mar 54
					VU-4 Chincoteague 13 Sep 54
					O&R San Diego 18 Oct 55
					GMGRU-1 North Island 5 Jan 56
					O&R San Diego 2 July 58
					SOC San Diego, 12 Nov 58
				123072 1952-53: VF-23.  VF-112.  1953: VF-93.  Upgraded to F9F-2.
					7/31/1956: Struck off charge at NAATC Norman, OK.
					To civil registry as N72WP. Ran off end of runway at Kalamazoo AP, 
					MI Sep 19, 1996, caught fire and burnt out. Pilot seriously injured.
					Has been repaired as N90729.  C of R expired 30Sep13. Apparently not rebuilt
					Was preserved in Kalamazoo, MI.  Currently preserved at the USS Saratoga Museum, Providence, RI.
				123073 1951: VF-52.  1951: VF-112.  1952: Upgraded to F9F-2.  1952: VF-23.  1952: VF-52 as S-209.
					1952-53: FASRON-11. 1953: VF-52 as S-209.  1954: VF-52.  12/16/1954:  Went missing on flight off southern California Dec 16, 1954.
				123074 FASRON-7.  Upgraded to F9F-2.  Struck off charge Sep 5, 1957 at O&R Corpus Christi, TX
				123075 Delivered as F9F-3 Oct 1949
					FASRON-7 San Diego        
					VF-52 Miramar        8 Feb 50                    deployed in Valley Forge 1950
					FASRON 11 Yokosuka 20 NOV 50
					FASRON 7 San Diego   5 FEB 51
					VC-61 Miramar 18 Mar51
					Converted to F9F-3P 25 May 51 with VC-61
					O&R Alameda 12 Oct 51
					Converted to F9F-2P from 13 Oct 51
					FASRON 8 Alameda 5 FEB 52
					VC-61 Miramar 7 Feb 52
					VC-61 det Princeton, 1952
					O&R Philly Apr 1954, converted to F9F-2KD
					GMGRU-2 Chincoteague.  W/o May 14, 1956 NAS Chincoteague, VA
					SOC Litchfield Park 29 Sep 1957, 1255 hours
				123076 (VF-51) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge CV-45 11/9/1950.
123077/123083		Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				123077 (VMF-115) undershot landing at Roosevelt Roads NAS 5/29/1951.
				123078 VF-721.  1953: VF-151.  In 1997 was airworthy with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Dallas, 
					TX as N9525A. Still current
				123079 
				123080 went over side of USS Midway Nov 11, 1951 and was lost.
				123081 (VF-31) ditched short of runway at NAS Quonset Point, RI. 12/28/1949.
				123082
				123083
123084			Grumman XF9F-4 Panther
				99th production airframe modified as XF9F-4.  First flight Jul 5, 1950
123085			Grumman XF9F-5 Panther
				100th production airframe modified as XF9F-5.  First flight Dec 21, 1949
123086			Grumman XF9F-4 Panther
				101st production airframe modified as static test airframe for XF9F-4/XF9F-5. 
123087			Grumman F9F-3 Panther
				cancelled
123088			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
				Model G-82.  Registered N3143G by Aero Union Corporation Jun 15, 1962 for use as tanker but not used as such; 
					Registered to Airstation Inc, Arlington, WA Mar 18 2011.  Expired Mar 31, 2014.  Last noted
					in open storage at Chico, CA Sep 2010.
123089			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123090			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123091			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123092			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123093			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123094			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123095			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
				Modified as test bed for retractable APS-33 radar installatin for proposed design 91 and the S2F01
123096			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123097			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123098			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123099			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123100			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
				Used by Aero Union Corp. as tanker registered N3144G with tail
					number E30.  Was flying as a warbird in 1978 at Harlingen, TX.  Now on display at National 
					Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
123101			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123102			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123103			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123104			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123105			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123106			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123107			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123108			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123109			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123110			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123111			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123112			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123113			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123114			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123115			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
123116			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
123117			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					W/o?  5 Nov 1953  Landed short at NAS Los Alamos, CA VS-37
123118/123143		Sikorsky HO3S-1
				123118 w/o Feb 3, 1954 Ditched, due to engine failure, 10 miles S. off Honolulu, HI
				123119 w/o Feb 1953.
				123120  w/o  24 May 1953  Hit wires, 4 miles W. of K-3, Korea MAMS-33
				123121 (HU-1) lost at sea off Chodo Island, Korea Dec 14, 1951.  Pilot POW, other 2 crew rescued.
				123122 (HU-1) crashed in water Jun 25, 1950 at Kanayut Lake, Alaska
				123123 (HU-1) crashed at sea off Korea Jul 20, 1952
				123125 (HU-1) crashed and burned Aug 13, 1951 6 mi W of NAAS Miramar
				123127 (HU-1) crashed in water off USS Valley Forge Nov 28, 1952
				123129 appears as rescue helicopter in *The Bridges of Toko-Ri*.  Registered as N5556A Aug 5, 1957 to
					Ming Ayer Inc, Linden, MJ and cancelled
				123130 (HU-1) crashed in water Dec 21, 1952 while gunspotting for USS Missouri (BB-63).  3 crew KIA.
				123131 (VMO-6) shot down near Shinhung-ni Dec 3, 1950 while attempting to evacuate a wounded Marine.
					Pilot KIA.
				123132 (MSN 51163) to civil registry as N4061A
				123133 (MSN 51164) to civil registry as N9986Z.  To CS-HAE but NTU.
				123136 (MSN 51168) to civil registry as N4959C
				123137 (MSN 51169) to civil registry as N5558A
				123139 (MSN 51172) to civil registry as N5556A.
123144/123203		Vought F4U-5N, -5NL Corsair
				123144 w/o  24 May 1954 Fatal takeoff crash from 'USS Antietam' in  Atlantic    VC-4
				123146  w/o  12 Nov 1953  Hit barrier on 'USS Bairoko' in the Pacific   VC-3
				123150  w/o  29 Mar 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, off Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ    VC-4
				123152 (VMF(N)-513) in takeoff accident at K-18, Kangnung, Korea
					Jan 23, 1952.  Pilot uninjured
				123163 w/o?  18 May 1953  Stall at NAAS Mustin Fd, PA
				123168 to Honduras AF as FAH-603 in 1956.  Recovered from Honduras as a
					collection of components in 1979.  Rebuilt to airworthy using 
					parts of 122179.  Original plate was illegible, adopted the ID of
					122179.  Registered as N179PT Oct 1987.  To Warbirds of GB Ltd, Biggin
					Hill Aug 14, 1988.  Registered as N179NP.  Damaged after running off
					runway to avoid collision at Oshkosh, WI Jul 29, 1999 but rebuilt to 
					airworthy.  Flown as Marines 122179/WR-5.
				123174 w/o  18 Feb 1955  Fatal mid-air, with 124721, off 'USS Leyte' in Atlantic
				123176 (VMF(N)-513) went missing after mission completion, Korea,
					Oct 29, 1951.
				123178 w/o  26 Jul 1952  Crash 2 miles NE. of ALF, Edenton, NC VMF-114
				123179 (VMF(N)-513) ran out of fuel, last seen heading out to sea
					after pilot bailed out Sept 27, 1950.
				123180 (VMF(N)-513) pilot bailed out near Taegu, Korea after engine
					failure Oc5 23, 1951.
				123181 (VC-3) damaged in deck crash Aug 6,1952 USS Boxer
					(CV-21) off Korea.  Repaired.
				123183 (VF-9) crashed into San Francisco Bay
					Oct 20, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				123185 (VMF-212) stalled on touchdpwn Aug 19, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				123186 (VC-50, Det VC-3) in emergency ditching Sept 18, 1950.
				123188 (VMF(N)-513) engine failed after takeoff, forced to land at K-18
					Kangnung, Korea Jan 12, 1952.  Pilot moderately injured.
				123195 (VC-4, USS Leyte, Jan 1950) w/o  2 Jul 1953 on 'USS Wright" in Atlantic    VC-4
				123196  w/o  18 Nov 1953  Hit barrier on 'USS Bairoko' in Pacific   VC-3
				123200 (VMF-212) hit by AAA and ditched in ocean off Korea Jun 6, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				123202 (VMF(N)-513) napalm tank hit by ground fire and crashed near
					Kuhwha, Mayhon-ni area of Korea May 27, 1951.  Pilot POW.
123204/123299		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				123204/123212 MSN 57/65
				123213/123219 MSN 68/74
				123220/123221 MSN 66Z/67Z
				123222 MSN 77
				123223/123243 MSN 79/99
				123244/123245 MSN 75Z/76Z
				123246/123251 MSN 100/105
 				123252/123261 MSN 107/116
				123262/123274 MSN 118/130
				123275/123283 MSN 132/140
				123284/123294 MSN 142/152
				123295/123299 MSN 154/158
				123204 first flight Aug 18, 1949
				123205 1950: NATC as 205
				123206 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by May 1953 as 206
				123207
				123208 (VF-171) crashed at sea Sep 26, 1950.
				123209
				123210 w/o?  8 Nov 1952   Landing on 'USS Leyte' in Med. VF-34
				123211
				123212 1951: ? as LC-23
				123213
				123214
				123215 1956: NOTS China Lake, CA.  1957: NAF China Lake, CA.   1957: NAS Glynco, GA.
				123216
				123217
				123218
				123219 1952: VC-3 as NP-78.  1953: VC-61 as PP-xx.
				123220
				123221
				123222 1950: NATC as TT-3.  1953: VF-62 as F-204.  VA-76 as O-xxx. w/o?  22 Jul 1954  Landing accident/Mechanical fault at NAS
					Quonset Point, RI    VF-74
				123223 1953: VF-82.  Crashed Aug 10, 1953 near NAS Leeward Point, FL. Pilot was killed.
				123224 VF-34 K404 USS LEYTE (1951)
				123226 (VF-22 attached to USS Lake Champlain (CVA-39)) last seen in deep dive near Honggun-ni, Korea
					Jul 26, 1953, search result negative.
				123227 w/o  20 Aug 1954  T/off accident at Whitehouse Field, FL VF-172
				123228 1950-51: VMF-122 as LC-3.
				123229
				123230
				123231
				123232
				123233 1954: VF-44.  Crashed Jul 2, 1954 on approach to NAF Mayport, FL.
				123234
				123235 1950-51: VF-171 as R-101.  1953: VF-171 as R-101.
				123236
				123237 (VF-101) spun in on landing on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Oct 15, 1953 and crashed
				123238
				123239 1951: ? as LC-16.  1953: VF-101.  3/21/1953: Crashed into the sea off Patrick AFB, FL. Pilot was killed.
				123240
				123241 while flying from USS Intrepid went into water 6 mi SE of Sardinia Sep 7, 1955.  Pilot ejected and 
					was picked up uninjured by the ship's helicopter.
				123242
				123243
				123244
				123245
				123246 w/o  8 Apr 1953  Structural failure, 13 miles SE. of NAS Jacksonville, FL    VF-62
				123247 1950-51: VMF-224 as WK-7.   1954-56: NOTS China Lake, CA as 247.   To NAF Inyokern by Mar 1955
				123248
				123249 1953: VF-22.  1/16/1953: Crashed at NAS Jacksonville, FL. Pilot was killed
				123250
				123251
				123252 1953: ? as F-206.
				123253
				123254
				123255 1953: VF-101.  Crashed Jan 5, 1953 near Jacksonville, FL. Pilot was killed.
				123256 1954-56: NAF China Lake, CA as 256
				123257
				123258
				123259 VMF-224 as WK-10.  1955: VF-14 as F-413
				123260
				123261
				123262
				123263
				123264 1955: VF-44.  3/18/1955: Crashed at NAS Jacksonville, FL. Pilot was killed.
				123265 1956: ? as R-305.
				123266 1950: VMF-122 as LC-19
				123267
				123268
				123269 1950: VX-3.  5/17/1950: Crashed. Pilot was killed.
				123270
				123271
				123272
				123273
				123274 1957: NAS Moffett Field, CA
				123275
				123276
				123277
				123278 1953: VF-34 as K-403
				123279 1950: ? as 136.  1950-51: VF-171 as R-107.  1955: VF-22 as F-103. 1957: NADU as 9.
				123280
				123281
				123282 (VF-62 attached to USS Lake Champlain (CVA-39)) hit by AAA over North Korea and pilot bailed out over sea Jul 22, 1953.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123283
				123284
				123285 1953: VF-12.  4/22/1953: Exploded and crashed near NAF Mayport, FL. Pilot was killed
				123286
				123287
				123288
				123289
				123290 to NAF Inyokern as 290 by Feb 1954
				123291
				123292 1954: VF-62 as P-214
				123293
				123294 1956: ? as R-301.
				123295 NARTU Niagara Falls, NY as H-116
				123296 1951: ? as F-216. W/o?  10 Oct 1952  Landing on 'USS Leyte' in Med. VF-41 
				123297
				123298
				123299 1953: VF-34 as K-405.
123300/123313		McDonnell F2H-2N Banshee
				Night fighter version. Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org 
				123300 MSN 78 Ordered as F2H-2 MSN 66 and modified during production to F2H-2N with MSN 78.  1954-55: VF-82 as E-209.
				123301 MSN 106 Ordered as F2H-2 MSN 67 and modified during production to F2H-2N with MSN 106.  1950: NATC as TT-6
					W/o  20 Sep 1950  Cr, 3 miles N. of Piedmont, MO
				123302 MSN 117 Ordered as F2H-2 MSN 78 and modified during production to F2H-2N with MSN 117
				123303 MSN 131 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jul 1953.1953-55: NAS China Lake, CA.  1955: NADU Johnsville, PA as 10.
				123304 MSN 141. W/o  12 Sep 1950  takeoff accident at NAS Atlantic City, NJ    VC-4 
				123305 MSN 153
				123306 MSN 162
				123307 MSN 170. VC-4 as NA-95.  1954: VF-82.
					8/16/1954: Crashed into the sea after take-off from USS Lake Champlain.
				123308 MSN 179 VC-4 as NA-94.
				123309 MSN 187
				123310 MSN 196
				123311 MSN 204 Modified during production as F2H-3 single seat all weather fighter version aerodynamic prototype.
					NATC as TT-8.	
				123312 MSN 211.  VC-4 as NA-97. 1957: NAS Point Mugu, CA as 312
				123313 MSN 219. 1954: VF-82.
123314/123365		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org 
				123314 (MSN 159)
				123315 (MSN 160) 
				123316 (MSN 161) 
				123317 (MSN 163) w/o?  28 Mar 1952  Landed short at NAS Jacksonville, FL    VF-171
				123318 (MSN 164) 1954: ? as T-01.
				123319 (MSN 165) 1952: VF-171 as R-114
				123320 (MSN 166) 1953: ? as F-215
				123321 (MSN 167)
				123322 (MSN 168)
				123323 (MSN 169)
				123324 (MSN 171) NAS Alameda Base Flight as 13.  W/o?  4 Jun 1951  Crash landed on 'USS Oriskany in Med. VF-62
				123325 (MSN 172)
				123326 (MSN 173) w/o  20 Jul 1951  T/off accident at NAAS Cecil Fd, FL VF-22
				123327 (MSN 174) 1953: ? as F-101
				123328 (MSN 175) 1953: VF-62 as F-2xx.  6/13/1953: Destroyed in a deck accident on USS Lake Champlain off the Korean coast
				123329 (MSN 176) 1951: ? as F-210.  1954: VF-74 as L-401
				123330 (MSN 177)
				123331 (MSN 178)
				123332 (MSN 180) 1951: ? as F-217.  NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as L-112.  1955-1958: NAS China Lake, CA as 332.
					11/1958: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				123333 (MSN 181)1952: VF-31 as K-111.  1953: ? as F-xxx.  1953: VF-62 as F-202.
					6/13/1953: Destroyed in a deck accident on USS Lake Champlain off the Korean coast.
				123334 (MSN 182)
				123335 (MSN 183)
				123336 (MSN 184) Ordered as F2H-2 MSN 184 and modified during production to F2H-2P prototype reconnaissance 
					version with MSN 197, BuNo 123366. First flight 12Oct50
					With VF-22 attached to USS Lake Champlain (CVA-39) crashed from catapult launch Jul 23, 1953.
					Pilot killed.
				123337 (MSN 185)
				123338 (MSN 186)  
				123339 (MSN 188) 1955-56: VA-76 as O-312
				123340 (MSN 189) VC-4 as NA-6.  1954: VF-172 as R-208.
				123341 (MSN 190)
				123342 (MSN 191) w/o  28 May 1951  Fatal takeoff accident on 'USS Coral Sea in Mediterranean.    VF-12
				123343 (MSN 192)
				123344 (MSN 193)
				123345 (MSN 194) NATC as AT-20
				123346 (MSN 195)
				123347 (MSN 198)
				123348 (MSN 199) w/o  13 Aug 1951  Mid-air, with 123353, over Mediterranean.. VF-11. Crew killed
				123349 (MSN 200) w/o?  18 Dec 1951  Cr. landed on 'USS F.D. Roosevelt' in Mediterranean.   VMF-224
				123350 (MSN 201) 1955-56: NAS China Lake, CA.  2/15/1956: Crashed near NAS China Lake, CA. Pilot was killed
				123351 (MSN 202) 1953: VF-22 as F-114.  1956: ? as R-30x.
				123352 (MSN 203)
				123353 (MSN 205) VF-11 as T-212.  w/o  13 Aug 1951  Mid-air, with 123348, over Mediterranean.. VF-11.  Crew killed
				123354 (MSN 206)
				123355 (MSN 207)
				123356 (MSN 208) w/o  2 Apr 1952  Takeoff accident at NAS Jacksonville, FL    VF-11
				123357 (MSN 209) w/o?  13 Dec 1950  Takeoff accident at NAS Jacksonville, FL    VF-11
				123358 (MSN 210)
				123359 (MSN 212)
				123360 (MSN 213)
				123361 (MSN 214)
				123362 (MSN 215) 1955: VF-44 as F-409
				123363 (MSN 216)
				123364 (MSN 217)
				123365 (MSN 218) w/o  18 Jun 1952  Crash landed at NAS Jacksonville, FL VF-171
123366			McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee
				MSN 197.  Reconnaissance version
123367/123382		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 220/235
				123367
				123368
				123369 1953: VC-4 as C-603.
				123370 1955: VA-44 as F-411.
				123371 w/o  2 Aug 1951  Ditched into Mediterranean.    VF-12
				123372
				123373 w/o  15 Aug 1951  on 'USS Coral Sea' in Mediterranean.   VF-12
				123374
				123375 NATC as 375.
				123376
				123377 1953: VF-22 as F-1xx. 
				123378
				123379
				123380 1955: ? as P-201.
				123381
				123382
123383/123396		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				contract cancelled
123397/123740		Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				Model G-79.  123714/123740 were cancelled
				123397 (VF-71) hit ramp on landing Midway CVB-41 7/18/1950.  Pilot killed.
				123398 (VF-72) ditched in the Sea of Japan after take off from USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) due to loss 
					of engine power. Pilot rescued by Navy helicopter.
				123399 
				123400 VF-71 as L-103.
				123401
				123402
				123403 (Fasron-11) flew into seawall on takeoff from Kisarazu AFB, Japan during ferry flight 
					Aug 22, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				123404
				123405 1952-53: VF-821.  1953: VF-91 as N-xxx(VF-91) ditched in Sea of Japan off Wonsan, North Korea after ran out of fuel Jun 19, 1953.
					Pilot survived and was rescued by US Navy minesweeper USS Symbol AM-123
				123406 (VF-71) tail hook broke on landing on USS Saipan CVL-48 and went overside off Quonset Point, RI.
					5/11/1950.
				123407 VF-93 as N-302
				123408 1954: VMA-323.  1/26/1954: Crashed in the Makau Valley, Oahu, HI after hitting trees. Pilot was killed.
				123409
				123410
				123411 w/o?  14 Dec 1951  Accident at Chambers Field, VA
				123412 1956: ATU-206 as F-62
				123413
				123414 (VF-71) hard landing on USS Wright CVL-49 off Jacksonville FL 6/6/1950.
				123415 (VF-71) spun in on waveoff NAS Quonset Point, RI. 7/3/1950.
				123416 *? as L-209.  1953: VMF-451.  7/7/1953: Ditched into the sea off MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI. Pilot was killed
				123417
				123418 1952: VF-72 as L-104
				123419 VF-72
				123420 was on display at Travel Town Museum in Griffith Park, CA in the 1960s.
					Was preserved at the Weeks Air Museum, Miami, FL.
					8/1992: Badly damaged by Hurricane Andrew, but repaired
					In 1997 was airworthy with Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, FL as N32313.  Still current in 2013 but without an 
					airworthiness certificate. Reported as stored dismantled.
				123421 (VF-91 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) ditched in Sea of Japan after ran out of 
					fuel Jun 26, 1953.  Pilot survived and was rescued by South Korean fishing boat.
				123422 (VF-91 attached to USS Philippin Sea (CVA-47)) aircraft engine caught fire and had a fire 
					in cockpit over South Korea Jul 26, 1953 and crashed near Hwacheon, South Korea.  Pilot ejected and was 
					rescued by friendly forces.
				123423 (VF-72 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) ) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor, 
					North Korea Oct 16, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				123424 (VF-71) engine failure near Alligator Lake, NC 5/29/1950.  Pilot bailed out.
				123425 1952: VF-821.  1954: VMF-232.  9/29/1954: Crashed while landing at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
				123426
				123427 (VMF-115) hard landing on USS FDR 11/28/1950 and bounced over barrier, hitting parked F9F-2s
					123429 and 123398, and three other planes.
				123428 (VF-71) crashed during landing at NAAS Charlestown, RI. 7/24/1951.  Pilot injured.
				123429 1950: VMF-115. 11/28/1950: Written off in a landing accident on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, when crash landing F9F 123427 ran into it
				123430 VF-781 as D-104. W/o  2 Feb 1955  on 'USS Wasp' in Pacific 
				123431
				123432 (VF-111) hit barrier on landing Phillipine Sea CV-47 after combat mission and struck parked aircraft
					9/29/1950.  Damaged 11 other aircraft
				123433 (VF-112) ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 due to engine flameout Dec 19, 1950.  Pilot 
					rescued by helicopter
				123434
				123435 1952: VF-821.  1952: VF-23.
					(VF-23) in forced water landing off USS Essex CVA-9 off east Korean coast due to engine flameout Dec 28, 1952.  Pilot
					uninjured
				123436
				123437 (VF-11) crashed on catapult shot off USS Phillippine Sea 7/10/1950 off the Korean coast.
				123438 VF-112.  VF-781
				123439 1950: VF-112 as V-202
				123440 VMF-311.  1952: VF-93 as N-xxx./  (VF-93) crashed into water while landing on USS Philippine Sea (CVA-97) in the Sea of Japan
					off the Korean coast Feb 16, 1952.  Pilot killed. 
				123441 (VF-111) ditched during combat mission off USS Phillippine Sea 9/18/1950 off the Korean coast due to fuel exhaustion.
					Pilot rescued.
				123442 (VF-112) crashlanded on USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Nov 14, 1950 and collided with 5 parked aircraft.
				123443 (VF-112, F9F-2B) in bad take off from USS Phillippine Sea CV-47 and mushed in 8/7/1950.  Pilot rescued.
				123444 (VF-112) 08/29/1950 USS Phillippine Sea   Faulty cat shot,ditched.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123445 (VF-111) hit by AAA on combat mission off USS Phillippine
					Sea CV-47 9/24/1950 and ditched in sea near Chorwon, Korea.  Pilot rescued.
				123446 (VF-112) ditched on takeoff from USS Phillippine Sea 22/17/1950.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123447 (VF-112) lost on combat sweep 8/20/1950 off USS Phillippine Sea (CV-47).  Pilot killed.
				123448
				123449 (VR-31) stalled in turn during emergency landing at Floyd Bennett NAS, NY and crashed
					into Jamaica Bay 2/08/1950.  Pilot killed.
				123450
				123451 6/1950: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1950: VMF-312.  1950-51: VMF-311.  1952: VMF-311 as WL-2.
					1952: VF-821.  VF-63.  VF-653.  1953: VF-151.  1955: ATU-223.  ATU-202.
					1/1957: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				123452 1952: VF-821.  1953: VF-151 as H-310
				123453 VMF-311
				123454 VF-151
				123455
				123456 VF-112.
				123457 VF-93
				123458
				123459
				123460 4/1950: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1950-51: VMF-311.  1952-53: VF-71 as L-101.  1953: VF-91.
					 Written off Jul 5, 1953 after a hard landing on USS Philippine Sea
				123461 Converted to F9F-2P.  *VF-71.  1952: VC-61 as PP-56.  Converted to F9F-2KD.  1964: GMGRU-1 as ZZ-35
				123462 SOC at NAS San Diego 4/1/1950.
				123463 Upgraded to F9F-2B.  1951: VMF-311 as WL-xx.(VMF-311, F9F-2B) in takeoff accident Jan 1, 1951 in Japan.  
					Also listed as crashing at Pusan airfield, Korea Jan 8, 1951, pilot killed.
				123464 (F9F-2B, VMF-311) shot down over North Korea by MiG-15bis of Soviet 1967th Fighter Air Regiment Jul 21, 1951.
					Pilot POW.
				123465 w/o?  29 Jun 1954  Landing/mechanical fault at MCAS Mojave, CA    VMFT-10
				123466 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) hit by AAA over Korea Aug 6, 1951, and crashed off Korean coast.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				123467
				123468 1952: VF-93.  11/18/1952: Crashed while landing on USS Philippine Sea. Pilot was killed
				123469 1952: VF-71 as L-101.
				123470
				123471
				123472 VF-31. VF-151.  1953: VF-52 as S-206
				123473
				123474
				123475 1953: VF-154 as H-413.
				123476  1954: VF-123.  Ditched Apr 9, 1954 into the South China Sea
				123477 1951: VF-71 as L-111
				123478 (VX-3) crashed during landing at Atlantic City, NJ 5/25/1950.  Pilot killed.
				123479 1952-53: VF-71 as L-112
				123480 VF-31
				123481 (VF-21) crashed into woods on waveoff at NAS Oceana, VA 3/31/1950.  Pilot killed.
				123482 damaged aboard USS Midway Nov 11, 1951.
				123483 w/o?  9 Feb 1954  Landing accident at Edwards, CA
				123484 1952-53: VF-72 as L-206.  1953: VF-151
				123485 (VF-21) went overside on waveoff from USS FDR 9/25/1950.
				123486
				123487
				123488 1955: ATU-223
				123489 (VF-52 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) hit by AAA over North Korea Jun 2, 1953.  Able to fly 
					to South Korea and crash landed at K-18 Kangnung Air Base, South Korea.  Pilot survived.
				123490
				123491 
				123492 w/o?  8 Feb 1953  Deck crash on 'USS Boxer' near Korea VF-52
				123493
				123494 (VF-21) went through barrier during landing and crashed into other jets on bow of USS Midway Nov 11, 1951.  3 aircraft were carried 
					overboard by the collision.  Pilot picked up by helicopter.
				123495 VMF-115.  1952: VF-93.  12/24/1952: Stalled and ditched into the sea off USS Philippine Sea. Pilot was killed
				123496
				123497  4/1950: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1950-51: VF-31 as K-113.  1951-52: VMF-311.  1952: VF-93.
					1953: VF-93 as N-308.  1953-55: VF-151.  1955-56: NAATC Chase Field, TX.  8/1956: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				123498 1952-53: VF-71 as L-113
				123499 (VF-31, F9F-2P) bad landing on USS Leyte CV-32 Dec 9, 1950.  To VF-21
					Also listed as being shot down by AAA near Yangdok, Korea,
					off USS Valley Forge CV-45 Mar 11, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				123500
				123501 (VX-3) missing in flight over AtlantkcOcean from Atlantic City, NJ 9/11/1950.
				123502
				123503 (VF-21) crashed into sea off Elizabeth City, NJ due to unknown cause 6/23/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123504 VF-22
				123505
				123506 (VF-31) flew into water after waveoff from landing on USS Leyte CV-32 11/30/1950.  Pilot OK
				123507 VMF-232
				123508 VF-151.  VF-23
				123509 1954: VU-7.  Crashed Oct 1, 1954 near Lovelock, NV
				123510 1952: VF-23.  1955: ATU-223.
				123511 1950: VF-112 as V-216.  1951-52: VF-191.  1952: VF-23.  1952-53: VF-93.
					1/31/1953: Written off after a hard landing on USS Philippine Sea
				123512 1952-53: VF-91 as N-1xx.  1954: VMF-232.  Exploded and crashed Aug 12, 1954 near Kolo, HI.
				123513 VF-21.  1952-53: VF-23.  1953: VF-52.
				123514 (VF-31, F9F-2B) ditched after takeoff from USS Leyte CV-32 10/19/1950 off the Korean coast.  Pilot rescued
				123515
				123516
				123517. 1952: VF-821 as A-213.  The aircraft preserved at Quartzsite AP, AZ marked as 125317 is actually
					125316.
				123518 1952-53: VF-93 as N-3xx
				123519 1952: VF-821 as A-208
				123520 (VMF-212, F9F-2B) destroyed in ground accident by fire from other aircraft at K-3, Korea Jul 30, 1951.
				123521 1952: VF-23.
				123522 1951: ? as V-112.  1953: VF-91.  2/9/1953: Crashed on the deck of USS Philippine Sea
				123523 1952-53: VF-91 as N-108.
				123524 VF-151
				123525 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) crashed when undershot landing at K-5 in South Korea 2/26/1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				123526 VMF-311 as WL-3  (VF-31) Located at USMC Air-Ground Museum at MCAS Quantico, VA,   Noted Nov 10, 2006 at National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA  Reported as to N3456G with California Airmotive 1966. Not recorded by FAA
				123527
				123528 (VF-310, F9F-2B) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Leyte CV-32 Dec 20, 1950.  Pilot uninjured.
				123529 VF-111.  W/o?  9 Feb 1955  Crash landing due to engine failure, at NAAS Chase Field, TX    ATU-204
				123530 VF-24.  1952: VF-93.  12/26/1952: Written off in a deck accident on USS Philippine Sea. Hit by crashlanding plane? Repaired?
					1954: VMFT-10.  6/24/1954: Crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA
				123531 (VR-31) struck hill in overcast near Scott Field, IL 5/11/1950.
				123532 1952: VF-23
				123533 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) possibly hit by AAA and crashed into hill after
					attacking a bridge, Korea, Dec 26, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				123534
				123535
				123536 Converted to F9F-2P.  VC-61
				123537 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) crashed near Ungye-Ri, North Korea on way to target during combat mission in Korea.  Pilot killed.
				123538 converted to F9F-2P. VC-61.  Converted to F9F-2KD.  1959: GMGRU-1 as ZZ-32 
				123539 1952: VF-23 as M-105.
				123540
				123541 1956: ATU-206 as F-33.
				123542 VF-821
				123543 VF-721 as A-106.  (VMF-311, F9F-2B) did not pull out during strafing run in Korea 1/2/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123544 (VF-91) bounced over barrier on landing on USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47) in Sea of Japan
					and crashed into parked aircraft Mar 27, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				123545
				123546 VF-151 as H-303
				123547
				123548
				123549 (VF-71) ditched in Narragansett Bay, RI 2/22/1951.
				123550 VMF-311 as WL-24.  (VMF-223) crashed near Vicksburg, MS 6/10/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123551 1953: VMF-232.  7/30/1953: Crashed near Warren, CA. Pilot was killed.
				123552 1950: VF-721 as A-118. W/o?  29 Oct 1953  Barrier crasj on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific   VF-122
				123553
				123554 VF-151. w/o?  26 Jul 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Boxer' near Korea VF-151 
				123555 VF-721
			`	123556
				123557 Ca.1950: TOS USN.
					Ca.1950: Fighter Squadron 721 (VF-721), NAS Glenview, IL. “A-117”
					3/2/51 to 10/24/51: Deployed aboard USS Boxer for combat over North Korea.
					By 11/51: Transferred to USS Midway, Unknown squadron.
					Mounted in front of VFW post 1621 in Janesville, WI.  
					NOTE: One source ( http://www.navsource.org/archives/02/41.htm ) says this aircraft 
					was possibly part of a collision on USS Midway Nov 11, 1951 but there is a question mark after 
					the BuNo. Since the planes in the water were not recoverable, this cannot be one which went in. 
				123558 VMF-311.  1951: VMF-223 as WP-16
				123559 converted to F9F-2B.  1954: VF-52.   Crashed Mar 11, 1954 near Escondido, CA. Pilot was killed
				123560
				123561 1953: VF-653.  1/19/1953: Stalled and crashed near NAAS El Centro, CA
				123562
				123563 1954: VMF-232.  9/17/1954: Crashed near Kahului, HI
				123564 VF-64
				123565
				123566 VF-51
				123567 Converted to F9F-2P.  1952: VC-61 as PP-49
				123568
				123569
				123570
				123571 1952: VF-821
				123572
				123573 VF-141.  1953: VF-151
				123574 VF-721
				123575 VF-21.  VF-61.  1952: VF-72 as L-211.  1952-53: FASRON-11.  1953: VF-821.  1953: VF-93.  1953: FASRON-11.
					1953: VF-151.  8/1956: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				123576 VF-141
				123577
				123578 VMF-235 as WU-xx
				123579 1953: VMF-235 as WU-xx
				123580  VF-721
				123581 (VF-61) wind gust flipped plane over on deck of USS FDR 1/27/1951.  SOC.
				123582 1951: VMF-223.  5/23/1951: Crashed while landing at NAAS Cecil Field, FL
				123583 7/1950: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1950: VF-191.  1950-51: FASRON-8.  1951: VF-23.  1951: VF-191 as B-110.
					1952-53: VF-653.  1953: VF-151 as H-313.  1953: FASRON-11.  1954: ATU-204.
					Stalled and crashed Oct 7, 1954 near NAAS Chase Field, TX
				123584
				123585 7/1950: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1950-51: VF-191.  1951: VF-837.   1951: VF-191.  1952-53: VF-91 as N-102.		
					1954: NAATC Chase Field, TX.  Crashed Apr 11, 1956  on a training flight
				123586 (VF-721 attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) presumed to have crashed in sea near K-50, Korea,
					Nov 1, 1952 due to engine failure.  Pilot MIA
				123587 1952: VF-23.   1952-53: VF-91 as N-105.  1953: VF-151
				123588 VF-23.  1955: ATU-223
				123589
				123590 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA over North Korea May 1, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				123591 1950-52: VF-191 as B-107
				123592
				123593 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) hit by AA near Pyongyang, North Korea Oct 3, 1951 and crashed.  Pilot MIA
				123594 Converted to F9F-2P.  VC-61
				123595 Converted to F9F-2P.  VC-61
				123596 1955: ATU-223
				123597 1951: VF-721 as PP-31.  1952: VMF-311 as WL-xx.  (VMF-311) hit by ground fire and made forced landing on
					salt flats May 13, 1952, pilot captured. Aircraft captured by the North Koreans after making an emergency landing behind enemy lines
				123598 (VF-191) crashed on takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 10/18/1950.  Pilot killed.
				123599 (VF-191) late pullout while strafing target off
					NAS El Centro, CA 9/23/1950.  Pilot killed.
				123600 1951: VF-191 as B-115
				123601 (VF-191, F9F-2B) hit by AAA in combat mission off USS Princeton May 6, 1951 near Hongmun-Ri/Koto-ri, North
					Korea.  Pilot MIA.
				123602 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA near Seoul, South Korea, pilot bailed out and became POW.
				123603 1951: VF-781 as D-115.  W/o?  15 Apr 1953  Belly landing at Makua Valley, HI VF-52
				123604
				123605 VMF-223.  1956: ATU-206
				123606
				123607 1955: ATU-223
				123608 1955: ATU-223
				123609
				123610
				123611
				123612 Preserved at the Aviation Heritage Park, NAS Oceana, VA.
			`	123613 1955: ATU-223
				123614
				123615 9/1950: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1950: VF-191.  Converted to F9F-2P.  1951: VF-191.
					1951-52: MAG-33.  1952: Redesignated F9F-2.  1953-54: VMFT-10.
					9/23/1954: Ditched into the sea off Santa Catalina Island, CA
				123616 Converted to F9F-2P.  VC-61.  Converted to F9F-2KD drone controller.  1958: GMGRU-1 as ZZ-31
				123617 (VMF-311) shot down by AAA near Seoul, South Korea, May 10, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				123618 (VF-23, F9F-2B) hit ramp on landing on USS Princeton CV-37 after CAP 6/5/1951 and exploded and went over side.
					Pilot killed.
				123619 (VF-151 CVA-21 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) ditched after being hit by AAA,  tanchon, North Korea, Jul 25, 1953.
					Pilot KIA
				123620 Upgraded to F9F-2B.  (VF-191) hit by landing aircraft 10/18/1950 on USS Princeton CV-37
				123621 (VF-191, F9F-2B attached to USS Princeton (CV-27)) hit by AAA during combat mission and
					crashed at sea near Songjin, Korea 3/8/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123622 1951: VF-721 as A-102.  VF-191.  W/o?  2 Jun 1954  Accident on 'USS Wasp' in Pacific. VF-52
				123623 1950: ? as x-112
				123624 converted to F9F-2B. 1954: VF-53.  3/24/1954: Ditched into the sea off USS Philippine Sea
				123625 (VF-781, F9F-2B) crashed into water after launch from USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) in Sea of Japan
					Nov 27, 1951.  Pilot survived and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				123626 1954: VMFT-10.  6/28/1954: Crashed near MCAS Mojave, CA. Pilot was killed
				123627 1951: VF-781 as D-11x
				123628  VMF-311
				123629 (F9F-2P) destroyed by explosion while aborting a takeoff from El Paso IAP, TX Oct 1, 1955.
					Pilot was killed.
				123630
				123631 (VMF-311) crashlanded at K-3, Korea, Feb 21, 1952.  Pilot injured.
				123632 1950-51: VF-191 as B-114.  (VF-51 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) shot down by AAA 7 mi N of Kowan, North Korea Jan 6, 1952.  
					Pilot killed.
				123633 (VF-191, F9F-2B attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) hit by AAA on combat mission May 7, 1951 near 
					Inchon, Korea.  Pilot killed.
				123634 VF-721.  VF-831.  VF-151.  1953: VF-52 as S-208.  1955: ATU-223.
				123635
				123636 (VF-721) ditched into sea off east Korean coast after flameout from USS Kearsarge CVA-33, Dec 28, 1952. 
					 Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123637 VF-23. 1955: ATU-223
				123638
				123639 w/o?  23 Sep 1952  Barrier crash on 'USS Philippine Sea'  in Pacific   VF-93
				123640 (VF-721, F9F-2B) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Boxer CV-21, May 30, 1951.  Pilot rescued by
					helicopter.
				123641
				123642 VF-721.  1951: VMF-311 as WL-xx(VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA and crashed 8 mi N of Pyongyang, North Korea Dec 18, 1951.  
					Pilot rescued.
				123643 1951: VF-721 as A-106 
				123644 VF-831.
				123645 1955: ATU-223
				123646
				123647 1952-53: VF-23
				123648 (VF-721) hook would not extend on landing on USS Boxer CV-21, tried to reach Oahu and 
					ditched off NAS Barbers Point, HI Mar 12, 1951.
				123649 VF-831.  VF-721.  (VMF-311) hit by AAA and made wheels-up landing at K-14, South Korea Jul 21, 1952.  Pilot injured.
				123650 ATU-206 as F-xx   1956 or 57: Landed short of the runway at Sherman Field, FL and was written off.
				123651 *1951: VF-721 as A-1xx.  1955: ATU-223.  Perhaps written off in a barrier crash on USS Boxer in 1951?
				123652 VMF-311.  at MCAS El Toro, CA.  Now on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.
				123653 VF-721.  VF-831
				123654 (VF-721, F9F-2B) ditched off USS Boxer CV-21 4/16/1951.  Pilot injured.
				123655 1951: VF-721 as A-116.  1951: VF-721 as A-122.  1955: ATU-223
				123656 VF-781
				123657 (VF-721, F9F-2B) hit tree during strafing run off USS Boxer (CV-21) Apr 5, 1951.  Flew back to CV and 
					landed, but SOC.
				123658
				123659 VF-721. W/o?  4 Apr 1953  Crash due to engine failure, at NAS Moffett Field,  CA    VF-191 
				123660 (VF-721) mushed in after catapult shot from USS Boxer (CV-21) 8/14/1951.  Pilot injured but 
					rescued by helicopter.
				123661 w/o?  29 Oct 1953  Accident on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific    VF-122
				123662 1951: VF-721 as A-121
				123663
				123664 (VF-781, F9F-2B) in bad takeoff from USS Bonne Homme Richard (CV-31) off the Korean coast Nov 21, 1951, ditched in water.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123665 VF-781
				123666 (VF-111 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) ditched due to fuel exhaustion May 2, 1952.
					Pilot rescued.
				123667 (VF-781, F9F-2B attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) hit by AAA over Korea 8/24/1951 and 
					ditched off the Korean coast.  Pilot rescued
				123668 converted to F9F-2B  VF-831.  VF-721 as A-124.  1954: ATU-202.
					8/19/1954: Crashed near NAAS Kingsville, TX after a collision with F9F 123699.
				123669 (VMF-311) shot down by AAA 40 mi S of Pyongyang, Korea Feb 4, 1952.  Pilot POW
				123670 (VF-781, F9F-2B) mushed in after bad catapult shot from Bon Homme Richard CV-31 5/31/1951.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123671 (VM-781, F9F-2B attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) ditched in Sea of Japan after running 
					out of fuel from mission over North Korea Nov 13, 1951.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
				123672 (VF-52 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) damaged by own bomb blast and crashlanded in friendly 
					area Jul 24, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
				123673
				123674
				123675
				123676 1953; VF-52
				123677 (VF-781, F9F-2B attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31)) ditched off Korean cost due to fuel exhaustion 
					after combat mission 7/2/1951.
				123678 1953: VMF-232.  11/30/1953: Ran out of gas and ditched into the sea off MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
				123679 w/o?  3 Nov 1953  Landing/mechanical fault on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific   VF-124
				123680 1954: ATU-202.  9/19/1954: Crashed after take-off from Buckley ANGB, CO.
				123681
				123682
				123683 1954: VMA-323.  Crashed Oct 6, 1954 near MCAS El Toro, CA
				123684 (VF-71) mushed in after takeoff from USS Tarawa in Carribean 4/26/1951.
				123685 1951: VF-71 as L-101.  1955: ATU-223
				123686
				123687 1956: ATU-206
				123688 1953: VF-52.   Crashed Feb 6, 1953 while attempting to land on USS Bon.Homme. Richard. Pilot was killed
				123689 VF-151.  1953: VF-52
				123690
				123691 1953: VF-53.  8/31/1953: Written off in a landing accident at NAS Miramar, CA
				123692
				123693
				123694 VF-141
				123695 w/o?  11 Jun 1955  Landing accident at NAS Corpus Christi, TX    ATU-201
				123696
				123697
				123698
				123699 VF-831.  VF-721.  1954: ATU-202.  Crashed near NAAS Kingsville, TX after collision with F9F 123668 
				123700 (VF-781, F9F-2B) ditched after bad catapult shot from USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31 7/27/1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				123701 1953: VF-52
				123702 1/1951: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1951: VF-23.  1951: VF-781 as D-121.  1952: VMF-311. 1952: FASRON-11.
					1953: VF-124.  1954: VMFT-10.  ATU-201.  11/1957: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				123703 1952: VF-23
				123704 1951-52: VF-51.  1952: VF-111.  1952: VF-191.  1952-53: VF-93 as N-301.
					10/1956: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				123705 (VC-61, F9F-2P) hit ramp and skidded over port side of USS Antietam (CV-36) into Yellow Sea
					Jan 29, 1952.  Pilot survived and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				123706 VC-61.  1956: ATU-206 as 3R-63.
				123707 1951-52: VF-837 as H-406. W/o?  3 Nov 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific   VF-124 
				123708 Converted to F9F-2P.  VC-61
				123709 1953: VU-1 as UA-31
				123710 1952: VF-51 as S-116
				123711
				123712 VF-721.  1951: ? as A-102.
				123713 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA near Seoul, South Korea Jan 3, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				123714/123740 were cancelled
123741/123770		Douglas F3D-1 Skyknight 
				123741/123768 MSN 7047/7074
				Surviving aircraft re-designated F-10A.  
				12 modified as F3D-1M.
				123752 w/o  14 Dec 1950  Out of fuel, crashed near NAS Patuxent River, MD  Pilot bailed out    NATC
				123755 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jul 1951.
				123757 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Nov 1952
				123767 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Aug 1953.
				123769 and 123770 cancelled
123771/124006		Douglas AD-4 Skyraider
				MSN 7077/7312
				123935, 123952/123999 modified as AD-4L for Korean winter condition
				124000/124005 modified as AD-4L for Korean winter condition
				124006 converted to AD-5 prototype.
				123771 w/o  18 Nov 1952  Stall on 'USS Midway' in Atlantic VA-25g
				123774  w/o  17 May 1950  Fatal crash 27 miles SW. of NAS Jacksonville, FL   VA-15
				123777 w/o?  10 Oct 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Atlantic    VA-35
				123778 w/o  16 Oct 1952  Taxi accident on 'USS Leyte' in Mediterranean. VA-35
				123780 (VA-105) engine failure during landing aboard
					USS Tarawa Jun 5, 1953 and ditched.
				123784 (VA-195) in bad takeoff from USS Princeton (CV-37) Mar 31, 1951.
				123789 (MSN 7095) to French AF as 123789.   Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux,
					allocated SFERMA line number 95, delivered Sep 8, 1961.  Assigned to EC 1/20 Sep 1961, callsign
					F-TFLK.  W/o Feb 8, 1963
				123790 w/o  10 Jun 1954  Stalled on approach to 'USS Wright' in Pacific    VMA-211
				123793  w/o  5 Jul 1950  Fatal takeoff crash at Scott AFB, IL    VA-65
				123796 stalled on landing aboard USS Cabot
					Aug 14, 1950 and hit water.  Pilot OK.
				123797 (MSN 7103) to French AF as 123797.   Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux,
					allocated SFERMA line number 96, delivered Sep 8, 1961.  Assigned to EC 1/20 Sep 1961, callsign
					F-TFQT, code 20-QT.  Assigned o EAA 601, Chateaudun AB Oct 28, 1963.  WFU May 30, 1964.
				123799 (VA-65 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21)) shot down by AAA near Seoul Sept 17, 1950.  Pilot
					rescued by helicopter
				123802 (VMA-121) hit by AAA and ditched near Cho-do, Korea Jan 10, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123803 (VA-65 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21)) wing broke off during low-level attack near Kaesong,
					Korea Sep 20, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				123804 (VA-55 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by AAA over Pyongyang, Korea and crashed on
					deck of USS Valley Forge (CV-45) Jul 4, 1950.
				123805 w/o  26 Jul 1951  Fire on aircraft, crash 5 miles W. of NAS China Lake, CA   Pilot bailed out
				123808 (VA-55 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by small arms fire and ditched at sea Oct 25, 1950.
				123809 w/o  4 Aug 1950  Fatal mid-air with 123851 near NAAS Mayport, FL    VA-15
				123810  w/o  10 Mar 1955  Fatal takeoff crash at K-6, South Korea VMA-251
				123812 (VA-728 attached to USS Antietam CV-36)) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out over enemy area
					Dec 22, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123813 (VA-55 attached to USS Essex (CVA-9)) hit by AAA and caught fire Oct 20, 1952.  Pilot bailed out
					and was rescued by helicopter.
				123814 (VA-55 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) (MSN 7120) damaged by flying through debris and AAA near
					Pyongyang, Korea Jul 4, 1950.  Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123814
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated SFERMA line number 107, 
					delivered Nov 29, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601, Chateaudun AB Nov 19, 1961.  WFU Aug 18, 1965
				123815 (VA-55 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by own bomb blast Jul 25, 1950.
				123818 (VA-702 attached to USS Boxer (CV-21)) flew into ground during pullout over Korea 5/7/1951.  
					Pilot killed.
				123819 w/o  21 May 1954  Stalled on approach to 'USS Wright' in Pacific    VMA-211
				123821 (MSN 7127) stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123821.  Modified upon arrival in 
					France by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated SFERMA line number 97, delivered Sep 21, 1961.  
					Assigned to EAA 601, Chateudun AB Sep 21, 1961.  Assigned to EC 1/20 Oct 12, 1961, callsign
					F-TFLX, code 20-LX.  Assigned to EAA 601, Chateaudun AB  Oct 28, 1963.  WFU May 30, 1964.
				123824 w/o  10 Jun 1954  Fatal crash on 'USS Wright' in Pacific VMA-211
				123825 (VA-728 attached to USS Antietam (CV-36)) hit by AAA and ditched Dec 14, 1951.  Pilot rescued
				123827 (MSN 7133) reported 1959 as gate guard at DeKalb-Peachtree
					AP, GA.  Derelict there by 1966.  Became N54162, registered as N23827 with Training Services, Inc
					of Virginia Beach, VA.  In 2014 was flyable as an AD-4 "501" in markings of VA-195 "Dambusters" with
					Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.
				123828 (MSN 7134) stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123828.  Modified upon arrival 
					in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated SFERMA line number 112, delivered Mar 26, 1962.  Assigned 
					to EAA 601 at Chateaudun AB Mar 26, 1962  Assigned to EC 1/20 Feb 8, 1963.  Assigned to EAA 601, 
					Chateaudun AB Oct 28, 1963.  WFU Aug 18, 1965
				123829 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) suffered engine failure and crashlanded at Yonpo
					Airfield Dec 16, 1950, destroyed to prevent capture.
				123832 (MSN 7138) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123823.  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 108.  Delivered Dec 19, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Dec 19, 1961.  To EC 3/20  Mar 4, 1963.   Assigned to EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB 
					Mar 31, 1963.  WFU Sep 10, 1965
				123833 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) damaged by bomb blast Dec 9, 1950, but returned
					safely to carrier.  Damaged aboard USS Antietam CVA-36 4/11/1951 when hit by another plane
					while attempting to land.   Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123833.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Boreeaux, allocated line No. 98.  Delivered Sep 27, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Sep 27, 1961.  To EC 2/20 Oct 12, 1961, callsign F-TFQC, code 20-QC.  Assigned to
					EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB Oct 31, 1963.  WFU May 30, 1964
				123835 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) in barrier crash landing USS Philippine Sea CV-47
					after close air support mission, Korea, Dec 9, 1950.
				123837 Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123837.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 109.  Delivered Dec 19, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Dec 19, 1961.  To EC 2/20 Aug 28, 1963, callsign F-TFQB, code 20-QB.  Assigned to
					EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB Oct 24, 1963.  WFU Aug 18, 1965
				123839 w/o?  30 Jun 1955  Overshot landing at K-3, South Korea VMA-251
				123840 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, Korea Jul 23, 1950.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123841 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) hit by small arms fire and force
					landed on sandbar Chuch'on-gang River,
					Korea 2/10/1951.  Pilot rescued by Army L-5.
				123844 (VA-55 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) spun in to avoid strafing a truckload of
					civilians Jul 22, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				123845 (VA-55 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by blast from own bomb while attacking bridge,
					Aug 29, 1950.
				123846 Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as Mar 22, 1962.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 111.  Delivered Mar 22, 1962.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Mar 22, 1962.  To EC 2/20 Feb 8, 1963.  Assigned to EAA 1/21 AB Nov 28, 1963, 
					callsign F-TFLW, code 21-lW.  Accident Apr 2, 1965.  WFU Sep 10, 1965
				123850 w/o?  29 Apr 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Med. VA-25
				123851  w/o  4 Aug 1950  mid-air, with 123809, near NAAS Mayport, FL.  Pilot bailed out.  VA-15  
				123853  w/o? 11 Aug 1950  Mid-air, 20 miles E. of Kittyhawk, NC    VA-25
				123854 (MSN 7160) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123854.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 104.  Delivered Oct 13, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Oct 13, 1961.  WFU Aug 18, 1965
				123855 (VA-55 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) shot down by small arms fire Jun 28, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				123858 w/o?  10 Dec 1954  Landing accident at NAS Miramar, CA VA-145
				123859 (VA-95 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) shot down by AAA Apr 4, 1953.  Pilot
					rescued by helicopter.
				123860 w/o  5 Oct 1951  Crash landed, due to structural failure, at NAS Atlantic City, NJ    VX-3
				123863 (VA-95 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) shot down bh AAA near Tanchon May 17, 1953.
					Pilot POW.
				123866 (VA-25) stalled on takeoff from FDR CVB-42 and
					crashed 1/11/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123870 w/o?  1 Dec 1952  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa'    VA-1053763  w/o?  8 Dec 1951  Mid-air, near San Clemente Island, CA VMF-542
				123871 (VA-145 attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) shot down by AAA Feb 8, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				123873 w/o?  12 Jun 1951  Belly landing at NAS Guantanamo bay, Cuba   VA-175
				123879 w/o  21 Jun 1955  Fatal crash 1 mile N. of Ocean Hill, NC    VMA-211
				123881 w/o  9 Aug 1951  Fatal crash over NC    VA-175
				123883 (VA-35) hit power cables during CAS and forced to land in
					enemy area and was captured Dec 12, 1950.
				123884 (MSN 7190) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123884.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 113.  Delivered Mar 30, 1962.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Mar 30, 1961. WFU Sep 10, 1965
				123886 force landed after takeoff from Patuxent River, MD 4/13/1951.  Pilot injured.
				123887 w/o  16 Jun 1954  Engine failure, crashed near K-18, South Korea    Pilot bailed out   VMA-251
				123890 w/o  17 Feb 1953  Fatal crash 14 miles E. of ALF, Crows landing, CA     VA-195
				123893 w/o  5 Mar 1955  Fatal mid-air, at NAS Roosevelt Roads, PR   VMA-324
				123895 (MSN 7201) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123895.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 110.  Delivered Jan 30, 1962.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Jan 30, 1962.  To EC 1/20 Dec 10, 1962, callsign F-TFLP, code 20-LP.  
					Assigned to ED 3/20 Mar 1963, callsign F-TGFX, code 20-FX.  Assigned to
					EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB Oct 21, 1963.  WFU Aug 12, 1965
				123899 (MSN 7205) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123899.  Modified
					by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 100.  Delivered Sep 22, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Sep 22, 1961.  To EC 2/20 Oct 12, 1961, callsign F-TFQZ, code 20-QZ.  Assigned
					to GC 3/20 Nov 1963, callsign F-TGFQ, code 20-FQ.  Assigned to EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB Dec 4, 1963.  
					WFU Sep 10, 1965
				123900 w/o  3 Jun 1955  Force landed, due to engine failure, at A-27, South Korea    VMA-251
				123902 (VF-54 attached to USS Valley forge (CVA-45)) shot down by AAA Wonsan Harbor Feb 24, 1953.  Pilot
					rescued by helicopter.
				123904 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jan 1953.  Used in Mk.43 Torpedo and Aero X6B rocket trials at China Lake, CA by
					Feb 1954
				123905 to NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jan 1954
				123909 w/o  5 Aug 1953  Mid-air 6 miles NE. of Hilliard, FL Pilot bailed out    VA-105
				123912 (VA-35) ditched off NAS Quonset Point, RI 4/5/1951.  Pilot injured.
				123915 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) hit by bomb fragments and ditched near Mayang
					Island Dec 19, 1950 and was destroyed by friendly aircraft.
				123916 (VA-195) in bad landing on USS Princeton CV-37 after AAA
					damage Feb 11, 1951.
				123917 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) crashed into ocean during snowstorm Nov 27, 1950.
					Pilot KIA
				123920 (MSN 7226) to NAF NOTS Inyokern by Mar 1950 (predecessor of NAF China Lake).  Used to conduct first
					AIM-9 Sidewinder I missile tests ca 1952.  Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123920.  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 103.  Delivered Nov 22, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Nov 22, 1961.  To EC 3/20 Sep 11, 1962, callsign F-TGFJ, code 20-FJ.  To GC 3/20
					Nov 1, 1963, callsign F-TGFJ, code 20-FJ.  Assigned to EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB Mar 31, 1963.  WFU Sep 10, 1965
				123921 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) ditched after AAA damage Oct 26, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123922 (VA-55) hit by own bomb blast during glide
					bomb run near NAS El Centro, CA 4/11/1951.
					Pilot bailed out OK.  I also have a record of this plane
					having been hit by AAA 10 mi S of Wonsan with VA-55 attached to USS Essex (CVA-9) and caught fire 
					Oct 17, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123923 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) crashed on takeoff from USS Essex CV-9 Nov 17, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				123924 (VA-95 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47) ditched due to fire and mechanical failure Mar 21 1953.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123925 (CVG-19 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) hit in left wing and crashed with full bomb load near
					Seoul, Korea May 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				123927 (VA-195 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) hit by AAA over Korea and crashed into water
					1/28/1951.  Pilot killed.
				123929 AD-4 noted stored NAF Litchfield Park, AZ (MAR62 photo)
				123931 (VA-55 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) suffered engine failure during CAP, pilot bailed
					out and rescued Jun 6, 1951.
				123932 (VA-55) landing accident USS Princeton CV-37 Jun 21, 1951.
				123933 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) hit by AAA and ditched Feb 21, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				123935 w/o  29 Apr 1954  Overran landing at Barnstable Airport, MA    VA-75
				123937 (VA-195) hit by AAA and crashed into barrier USS Princeton
					CV-37 Feb 10, 1951.
				123938 (VA-65 attahed to USS Boxer CVA-21) shot down by AAA near Hungnam, Korea Jun 17, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				123941 w/o?  19 Aug 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Valley Forge' in Atlantic   VA-105
				123945 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) shot down by AAA Oct 6, 1951. Pilot KIA
				123947 (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) developed oil leak and ditched Feb 22, 1952.  Pilot rescued
					by helicopter
				123949 converted to AD-4L (VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9) hit by AAA and crashed.  Pilot KIA
				123950 Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 123950.  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 101.  Delivered Sep 25, 1961.  Assigned to EAA 601 at
					Chateaudun AB Sep 25, 1961.  To EC 3/20 Oct 12, 1961, callsign F-TGFL, code 20-FL.  To GC 3/20
					Nov 1, 1963, callsign F-TGFL, code 20-FL.  Assigned to EAA 601 at Chateaudun AB Apr 3, 1964.  WFU Sep 10, 1965
				123951 (VA-115) ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 May 29, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				123952 w/o  13 Jan 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Essex' in Pacific    VA-55	
				123955 w/o  19 Feb 1952  Fatal crash at NAAS Cecil Fd, FL VA-175
				123962 converted to AD-4L (VA-702 attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) crashed after takeoff Oct 16, 1952.
					Pilot killed.
				123963 w/o  18 Jan 1955  crash 26 miles off MCAS Cherry Point, NC    VMAT-20
				123964 w/o  16 Feb 1955  Stalled & crashed 12 miles off La Jolla, CA    VA-145
				123965 (AD-4L, VA-55) stalled on takeoff NAAS Holtville,
					CA 4/12/1951.  Pilot OK.
				123967 (AD-4L, VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) shot down by AAA Sep 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				123970 (AD-4L, VF-54) shot down by AAA Sep 8, 1951.
				123971 w/o?  3 Nov 1951 at Yokosuka, Japan    VF-54
				123973 (AD-4L, VA-95 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47) ditched after bad takeoff Mar 1, 1953
				123974 (AD-4L, VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) could not jettison armed bomb in Korea 11/27/1951.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				123978 w/o  5 Feb 1954  Onboard fire, crash 4 miles S. of Suffolk MAP, VA   Pilot bailed out   VA-85
				123980 (AD-4L, VA-175)) suffered engine failure and crashed during emergency landing
					attempt on Navassa Island, west of Haiti and south of Cuba Aug 1, 1952.
					Pilot killed.
				123982 w/o  8 Apr 1952  Crash landed at ALF, Mayport, FL    VA-115
				123984 (AD-4L, VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) engine failure and ditched off USS Philippine
					Sea CV-47 Apr 3, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				123986 w/o  30 Apr 1952  Fatal crash in FL     VA-35
				123987 (AD-4L, VF-54) takeoff accident from USS Essex CV-9
					Aug 24, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123988 w/o  20 Oct 1952  Ditched, following engine failure, 100 miles N. off Sicily, Mediterranean.   VF-175
				123990 (AD-4L, VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) hit by AAA and ditched Sep 7, 1951.  Pilot
					rescued.
				123991 (AD-4L, VF-54 attached to USS Essex CV-9)) in bad takeoff from USS Essex Sep 19, 1951.
				123992 w/o? 23 May 1951  takeoff accident at NAAS Brown Field, CA VF-54
				123993 (AD-4L, VA-702 attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) ditched in Wonsan harbor due to engine 
					failure Oct 7, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123994 w/o  3 Feb 1955  Engine failure, crash near MCAS Cherry Point, NC   VMAT-20
				123995 (AD-4L, VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) ditched after engine failure May 19, 1952.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123996 (AD-4L, VA-115) in bad takeoff from USS Philippine Sea
					CV-47 and ditched at sea May 16, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				123997 (AD-4L, VA-728) ditched off stern of USS Antietam CV-36
					Oct 16, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				123998 (AD-4L, VF-54 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) hit by own bomblast, hit parked 
					aircraft while landing at K-18 airfield,
					Korea 12/05/1951.  Pilot injured.
				123999 (VA-53) ditched May 19, 1953 off North Island, CA.
				124001 w/o  13 Jul 1954  Landing/Mechanical failure at NAS Quonset Point, RI    VA-75
				124002 (AD-4L, VA-728 attached to USS Antietam (CV-36)) ditched after takeoff in Korea 12/06/1951.
					Pilot OK.  Could be 124004
				124004 (VA-728) ran off flight deck into water Dec 6, 1951.
				124005 w/o?  5 May 1954  Crash due to stall at MCAS Cherry Point, NC     VMAT-20
				124006 converted to AD-5 prototype of ASW version, combining hunter and killer duties.  First flight Aug 17,1951
124007/124036		Douglas AD-4 Skyraider 
				MSN 7313/7342 (El Segundo MSNs).  Contract cancelled.
124037/124075		Douglas AD-4Q Skyraider
				MSN 7343/7381.  Two-seat ECM version
				124040 w/o?  19 Feb 1952  Force landing, due to Mechanical failure, in FL    VX-3
				124041 code XC-33.  W/o  11 Dec 1950  T/off accident at NAS Atlantic City, NJ     VX-3
				124043  w/o  6 Sep 1952  Ditched, following engine failure, 400 miles W off La Rochelle, France    VC-33
				124045 (VC-190) lost power on takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 Mar 3, 1951.  Pilot rescued, passenger killed.
				124046 w/o  27 Apr 1953  Ditched, following engine failure, 40 miles S off Palma, Spain    VC-33
				124048  w/o  3 Jun 1952  Fatal crash at ALF, Ream Field, CA      VC-35
				124049 (VA-115 attached to USS Philippine Sea (CV-47)) hit by AAA and crashlanded in enemy territory 
					near Sasu-Ri, Korea.  Both rew rescued by helicopter.
				124051 (VC-35) exploded 5 min after takeoff from USS Essex CV-9 Aug 26, 1951.
				124054 (VC-190) crashed after takeoff from Princeton CV-37 off Korea 3/3/1951.  Pilot injured but
					war correspondent William H. Graham killed.
				124055 (VMO-6) bad takeoff from Chechon May 21, 1951.  Both crew injured.
					(VF-194) ditched after lost power after takeoff from USS Boxer CVA-21 Jul 5, 1953.
				124056 w/o?  8 Jan 1953 on 'USS Midway' in Mediterranean.     VC-33
				124058 (VC-35, CAG-19 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) shot down by AAA Jun 9, 1951.  One crewman killed,
					one became POW.
				124060 w/o  1 Feb 1951  Fatal crash due to Mechanical failure, 4 miles S of Bethany Beach, DE    VX-3
				124061 AD-4Q CVA-59 'USS FORRESTAL' noted aboard USS Forrestal, Portsmouth, UK 1957 
				124063 w/o?  28 Apr 1953  Takeoff accident at K-3, Korea    VMC-1
				124066 (VA-65 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by AAA and involved in wheels-up landing at 
					Seoul Airport 3/21/1951.  Crew OK.
				124068 (VA-195 attached to USS Princeton (CV-37)) damaged by own bomb blast, destroyed at 
					Yonpo Airfield Dec 9, 1950.  Pilot uninjured
				124071 w/o  6 Apr 1953  Stalled, on approach to 'USS Yorktown' in Pacific    VA-65
				124072  w/o?  16 Mar 1953  Force landed, due to structural failure, 1 mile W. of Minersville, CA     VA-115
				124074 w/o  13 Oct 1951  Fatal crash at Tuckerton, NJ      VC-33
				124075 w/o?  2 Aug 1951  Cr landed, at CGAS, Elizabeth City, NC
124076/124127		Douglas AD-4W Skyraider
				MSN 7382/7433.  Three-seat AEW version
				124077 w/o  15 Nov 1951  Ditched, due to mechanical failure, off NAS Quonset Point, RI    VC-12
				124080 after major overhaul in 1952 went to Fleet Air Arm Sep 15, 1953
					as Skyraider AEW.1 WV104.  Spent all of its time at Aircraft
					Holding Unit at Abbotsinch and RNAY Donibristle.  SOC Dec 26, 1958 for reduction to
					spares.
				124082 w/o  24 Jul 1951  Fatal mid-air near NY     VC-12
				124084 (VC-110) ditched on patrol from USS Philippine Sea CV-47 1/13/1951.  Crew of 3 OK.
				124085 after service with USN and major overhaul in 1952 to 
					Fleet Air Arm Feb 20, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV103.  SOC
					Feb 25, 1959 for reduction to spaires.
				124086 after service with USN and major overhaul in 1952 to 
					Fleet Air Arm Feb 20, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV106 Feb 1953.
					SOC Oct 23, 1961, Acquired by Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, UK during 1964; noted June 2019 
					in their reserve collection bearing code ‘427‘.
				124088 w/o  22 May 1951  Crash landed at NATC Patuxent River, MD
				124089 (VA-55) struck barrier during night landing on USS Valley Forge CV-45 Oct 22, 1950.  Crew of 3
					uninjured.
				124090 w/o?  3 Dec 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific    VC-11
				124093 (VC-11) hit tow target during gunnery practice and crashed near NAS San Diego, CA
					3/30/1951.  3 crew killed.
				124096 w/o  25 Sep 1951  Fatal crash in CA    VC-11
				124097 (VC-190) in takeoff accident from USS Princeton CV-37 Mar 7, 1951.  After major
					overhaul in 1954, to Royal Navy Nov 21, 955 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT097
					(last 3 digits of BuNo, an incorrect serial applied in USA but
					retained by RN)  To Scottish Aviation Feb 1, 1963 and cannibalized
					for spares.  Formally struck off RN charge Mar 18, 1963.  Serial 
					WT943 was not used.
				124101 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV177.  SOC
					May 5, 1965 and sold as scrap.
				124102 (MSN 7408) To US Navy in 1951 and after major overhaul went in 1953 to the Fleet Air Arm as 
					Skyraider AEW.1 WV102. To 849 Squadron at RNAS Culdrose in May 1953 and finally withdrawn 
					from service in February 1960. To Scottish Aviation at Prestwick in February 1963 to be used 
					as spares for Swedish Skyraiders and struck off naval charge on March 18, 1963 
				124103 after service with USN and major overhaul, to Fleet Air 
					Arm Apr 24, 1956 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT986.  SOC Feb 25, 1959
					for reduction to spares.
				124104 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Nov 25, 1955 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT985.  SOC
					May 5, 1965 and sold for scrap.
				124105 w/o  24 Jul 1951 on 'USS Tarawa'    VC-12
				124107 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Sep 25, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT969.  Severely 
					damaged on HMS Bulwark Sep 25, 1955 when struck by Wyvern
					VZ784, disembarked and arrived at RNAY DSonibristle
						Nov 10, 1955 but presumably not repaired, as was
						SOC Dec 26, 1958 for reduction to spares
				124108 crashed in mountains NE of Yuma, AZ in 1951.  
				124110 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV107.  SOC Feb 22, 1961
					for reduction to spares.
				124111 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV178.  SOC May 5, 1965
					and sold as scrap.
				124112 after major overhaul delivered to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1
					WT112 (last 3 digits of BuNo, incorrect serial number applied in
					USA but kept by RN).  To Scottish Aviation Feb 14, 1963 and 
					cannibalized for spare parts, formally SOC Mar 18, 1963.  Serial WT982
					was not used.
				124113 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Feb 19, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV105.  Was going to
					be scrapped in 1954 but was retained for dispaly  By 1976 was
					at Cornwall Aero Park.  Returned to RN at Rnas Culdrose
					Mar 21, 1997, refburbished and to FAA Museum, RNAS
					Yeovilton Dec 6, 2000
				124114 to Fleet Air Arm Sep 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT964.  SOC
					Dec 26, 1958 
				124115 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV179.  Ditched in Cagliari Bay
					Nov 20, 1959 while returning to HMS Victorius from Elmas,
					Sardinia.
				124116 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV180.  SOC 
					Dec 26, 1958 for reduction to spares.
				124121 to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WT121 (last 3 digits of BuNo, 
					incorrect serial number applied in USA but retained by RN).  Acquired by 
					Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, UK during 1962; noted June 2019 in their 
					reserve collection bearing code ‘415‘.  Serial WT983 was not used
					used.
				124122 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Feb 19, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV102.  To Scottish
					Aviation as spares source Feb 1963, although not formally SOC
					from RN until Mar 18, 1963.
				124124 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Sep 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT965.  SOC Oct 23, 1961
					for reduction to spares.			
124128/124156		Douglas AD-4N Skyraider
				MSN 7434/7462.  Three-seat night attack version
				124129 w/o  18 Dec 1950 at NAS Atlantic City, NJ    VC-33
				124130  w/o  18 Jun 1952  Ditched, due to Mechanical failure off NAS Atlantic City, NJ     VC-33
				124131  w/o  3 Nov 1952  Fatal crash due to structural failure, 6 miles W. of  Louise, VA     VA-45
				124132 (VC-33) flew into water on takeoff from Coral
					Sea CVB-43 4/28/1951.  Crew OK.
				124135 (VC-35 attached to USS Princeton (CV37)) tried to takeoff from airstrip at
					Kangnung, Korea with wings folded 5/11/1951.
					Two crew seriously injured.
				124136 w/o  15 Sep 1950  Shot down? over Nth Korea?     VA-65
				124137 (VC-35) ditched after takeoff USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31
					Jul 11, 1951.
				124138 (VC-110) ditched after takeoff from USS Philippine
					Sea CV-47 in Sea of Japan 2/13/1951  Crew OK.
				124140 (MSN 7446) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 124140.  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 18, delivered Jun 18, 1960.  Assigned to EC 2/20 
					Jun 1960, callsign F-TGQQ, code 20-QQ.  To GC 3/20 Jun 1963, callsign F-TGFB, code 20-FB
					Assigned to EAA 601 as Chateaudun AB Apr 3, 1964.  WFU Sep 10, 1965.  Then to Royal Khmer AF
					as 124140, delivered Nov 24, 1964.
				124142 (MSN 7448) stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 124142.  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 15.  Delivered May 30, 1960.  Assigned to EC 2/20 
					Jun 1960, callsign F-TFQN, code 20-QN.  W/o Oct 22, 1963
				124143 (MSN 7449) stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To French AF as 124143.  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 14, delivered Jun 10, 1960.  
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Jun 1960. Callsign F-TFQM; code 20-QM
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Feb 1963. Callsign F-TFQQ; code 20-QQ
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Dec 1963. Callsign F-TGFP; code 20-FP
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Jul 25, 1966. Callsign F-TFLL; code 21-LL
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Feb 19, 1973
					Assigned to EAA 1/22 May 4, 1974. Callsign F-UIDA; code 22-DA
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Oct 28, 1975. Callsign F-SDMM; code MM. To GIA Dec 21, 1976
					Registration N91909 assigned to Jack Spanich Dec 7, 1976 for ferry flight, ntu, cancelled Mar 31, 2011
					Returned to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 124143
					To Gabon AF as 124143, callsign TR-KFP, delivered Jul 8, 1978.  then on French civil registry as 
					F-WZDP, later F-AZDP.  Involved in a midair collision with P-51D 44-72218 at Duxford UK airshow
					Jul 10, 2011.  Landed safely with missing wing segment, but P-51D was destroyed
				124144 (VC-33) ditched after takeoff from FDR CVB-42 1/31/1951.  Crew OK.
				124146 (MSN 7452) damaged during deck crash Aug 6, 1952 on USS Boxer (CV-21) off Korea, repaired.  
					Also listed as damaged in bad takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 with VC-190 Dec 9, 1950.  I saw this 
					plane at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia in ca 1957  To French AF as 124146  
					Modified by SFERMA in Bordeaux, allocated line No. 5, delivered Apr 21, 1960.  
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Apr 1960. Callsign F-TFQD; code 20-QD
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Nov 1962. Callsign F-TFQG; code 20-QG
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 31Oct 31, 1963
					Assigned to EC 1/21 22Jun 22, 1965.  W/o Sep 25, 1967. 
				124151 (VC-33) hit barrier during night landing Wright
					CVL-49 3/1/1951.  Crew OK.
				124153 converted to AD-4NL with anti-icing and de-icing equipment, wing armament increased
				124156 (MSN 7462) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 124156
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.30. Delivered Jul 29, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Jul 1960. Callsign F-TFLF; code 20-LF
					Assigned to EC 1/20. Callsign F-TFLA; code 20-LA
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1, 1963. Callsign F-TGFO; code 20-FO
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					Assigned to EC 1/21 Apr 22, 1966. Callsign F-TFLF; code 20-LF
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Mar 20, 1972
					Assigned to EAA 1/22 May 4, 1974. Callsign F-UIDI; code 22-DI
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Oct 28, 1975. Callsign F-SDML; code ML. To GIA 21Dec76
					To Armée de l'Air Gabonaise / Gabon Air Force as 124156. 
					Assigned to GAP [Groupement Aerient Presidentiel].  Recovered in Gabon by La Societe Gyrafrance 1976.   
					Registered Dec 1976 as N91935 with West Indies Investments Ltd, of Troy, AL.
124157/124186		North American AJ-1 Savage
				124157/124184 MSN 160-1/28
				124157 (MSN 160-1) Accepted by US Navy Jan50. Project Sandia(nuclear weapons development),
					Naval Aviation Detachment, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. Crashed caused by mechanical failure while 
					landing at Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM Aug50.
				124158 (MSN 160-2) Accepted by US Navy Jan50. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. Tail modification. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Apr58. SOC 15Jul58. Allied Metal Industries Inc., 1960. 
					J. M. Jackson Inc/ Bellroy Air Tankers, Long Beach CA 1960. Registered as N9142Z. 
					Modified as a fire tanker for 2000 gallons, jet engines removed, re-engined with R2800-CB16s with water 
					injection; tanker #E88. Registered 22Mar65 to Jack Folz/ AJ Air Tankers Inc, Burbank CA. WFU, 
					open storage at Burbank CA 1967. Registration cancelled 30Jun70. Scrapped at Burbank 1972.
				124159 (MSN 160-3) Accepted by US Navy Jan50. VC-5; VC-6; VC-5; VC-8. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Sep55.
				124160 (MSN 160-4) Accepted by US Navy Jan50. VC-5; VC-6; VC-8; VAH-11 1Nov55; VAH-9; VAH-5; VAH-11. 
					TDY at Love Field, Dallas, TX for refuelling Marine Corps Major John Glenn’s Vought F8U Crusader [BuAer 144608] 
					used in Project Bullet Jul57. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Jul57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124161 (MSN 160-5) Accepted by US Navy Jun50. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. Naval Air Development 
					Center, Warminster, PA. VAH-11. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Jul57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124162 (MSN 160-6) Accepted by US Navy Jun50. VC-5; VC-7; VC-6, named ‘Poopy-San’. Broke the port engine 
					mount in a hard landing on the USS Yorktown (CVA-10) Oct53. Tail modification; VC-5; VAH-5 1Nov55; VAH-11. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Oct57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124163 (MSN 160-7) Accepted by US Navy Jul50. VC-5. Crashed into the sea after launch from 
					USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 27Oct50 (2KIS).
				124164 (MSN 160-8) Accepted by US Navy Jul50. VC-5; VC-6; VC-5; VC-8; VAH-11 1Nov55; VAH-9; VAH-11. 
					Damaged when the port landing gear collapsed at NAS Sanford, FL 20Jun57. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ 
					for storage Sep57. SOC 15Jul58. Allied Metal Industries Inc., 1960. Registered as N9144Z to Allied Metal 
					Industries Inc.; cancelled 12Jan71. J. M. Jackson Inc/ Bellroy Air Tankers, Long Beach CA 1960. 
					Crashed during the ferry flight from NAS Litchfield Park 6Jun60.
				124165 (MSN 160-9) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-5; VC-7; VC-6; VC-8. The left landing gear caught in the 
					port catwalk and the aircraft went over the port side while landing on USS Randolph (CVA-15) off the 
					US East Coast 7Sep54 (3KIS).
				124166 (MSN 160-10) Accepted by US Navy Aug50. VC-5; VC-6; VC-8; VC-9; VAH-5; VAH-11; VAH-9; VAH-5; VAH-11. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage May58. SOC 15Jul58.
				124167 (MSN 160-11) Accepted by US Navy Jul50. VC-5; VC-6; VC-7; VC-9; VAH-11; VAH-5; VAH-11. NAS Litchfield Park, 
					Goodyear, AZ for storage Jul57. SOC 15Jul58. Allied Metal Industries Inc., 1960. 
					J. M. Jackson Inc/ Bellroy Air Tankers, Long Beach CA 1960. Registered as N9143Z. Modified as a fire tanker 
					for 2000 gallons, jet engines removed, re-engined with R2800-CB16s with water injection; tanker #E77. 
					Registered 18Mar65 to Jack Folz/ AJ Air Tankers Inc, Burbank CA. Crashed and destroyed after takeoff 
					from Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank 17Sep66 (1KIS). The airplane took off as a tanker with a full load 
					for a demonstration flight. Improper components had been installed on the engines and the pilot 
					took off with auto lean mixture setting. With one engine failed, the pilot jettisoned the load 
					too late to prevent the airplane stalling before a forced landing in North Hollywood where it was 
					destroyed by fire. Registration cancelled 14Jul70.
				124168 (MSN 160-12) Accepted by US Navy Aug50. VC-5; VC-6; VC-5; VC-8; Heavy Attack Training Unit, NAS Norfolk, VA; 
					VAH-5; VAH-11. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Apr58. SOC 15Jul58.
				124169 (MSN 160-13) Accepted by US Navy Aug50. Project Sandia, Naval Aviation Detachment, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, NM. 
					Caught fire and crashed in New Mexico 8Jun51 (2KIS). During a practice bomb drop the aircraft experienced an 
					intense fire in the jet engine section. Though the crew made it to the emergency escape door through the 
					acrid fumes and smoke that rapidly appeared, only the North American Aviation representative was able to 
					successfully bail out.
				124170 (MSN 160-14) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-6; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11; VAH-5; VAH-11. NAS Litchfield Park, 
					Goodyear, AZ for storage Jan58. SOC 15Jul58.
				124171 (MSN 160-15) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-5. Caught fire and crashed 6Mar51 (3KIS).
				124172 (MSN 160-16) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-5; VC-7; VC-8; VAH-11 1Nov55; VAH-9; VAH-5; VAH-11. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Aug57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124173 (MSN 160-17) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-6. Cold shot off the left catapult of 
					USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) in the Mediterranean Sea 29Nov51.
				124174 (MSN 160-18) Accepted by US Navy Oct50. VC-5; VC-7; VC-6; Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; 
					tail modification; VC-5. Damaged in a landing gear collapse at NAS Sanford, FL 29Nov55. VAH-11. 
					WFU NAS Norfolk, VA May56.
				124175 (MSN 160-19) Accepted by US Navy Aug50. VC-5; VC-7; tail modification; VC-5; VAH-5 1Nov55; VAH-11. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Aug57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124176 (MSN 160-20) Accepted by US Navy Aug50. VC-5; VC-7; VC-6; VC-5; VAH-5 1Nov55. Damaged beyond repair 
					in an accident Sep56.
				124177 (MSN 160-21) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-6; VC-8; VAH-11 1Nov55. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Nov55. 
				124178 (MSN 160-22) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. VC-5; VC-7; VC-5; VC-7; VC-5; VC-6; VC-8; VC-5. Ferried to 
					Atlantic City, NJ; loaded aboard USS Ticonderoga (CAV-14) docked at Philadelphia Sep55. At the 
					National Air Show, Philadelphia International Airport 3-5 September 1955, this was one of three AJ-1s 
					that were catapulted from the USS Ticonderoga's new steam catapults. This was done while the Ticonderoga 
					was tied up at dock in order to demonstrate the power of the steam cats. The same crew flew on each of 
					the three launches, one each day, landing at Atlantic City, NJ and being ferried back to Philadelphia 
					each time. VAH-5 1Nov55. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Oct57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124179 (MSN 160-23) Accepted by US Navy Sep50. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. Naval Air Development 
					Center, Warminster, PA. Naval Air Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, CA. Naval Air Development Center, 
					Warminster, PA. VC-5; VAH-5 1Nov55. Crashed east of NAS Sanford, FL 27Feb56. The AJ-1 was preparing to 
					land at NAS Sanford. The main landing gear came down but would not lock. The pilot was flying eastbound 
					over the field and past the tower, kicking rudder trying to get the gear into the locked position, 
					when the vertical stabilizer lock failed and began beating on the elevator. The plane rolled over a
					nd then became upright again. The B/N and third crewman bailed out. Again the plane rolled over and 
					then back upright. The pilot was considering bringing it in to land but all on the ground and the 
					North American representative agreed that he should abandon the aircraft. He directed it over a 
					swampy area and bailed out. The plane rolled slowly over and nosed straight into the swamp. 
					The rescue helicopter quickly found the third crewman and the plane commander but could not find the B/N. 
					It seems that he had landed in the backyard of the plane commander, and after the plane commander's 
					wife and the B/N had gathered up his chute she had driven him back to base. He was at the main gate 
					while the helicopter was frantically searching for him. None of the crew was injured.
				124180 (MSN 160-24) Accepted by US Navy Oct50. Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, CA. VC-6; VC-5. 
					Crashed six miles from NAS Olathe after the crew bailed out when the plane had a dual engine overspeed 
					en route to NAS Olathe, KS during a hurricane evacuation from NAS Jacksonville, FL Aug52.
				124181 (MSN 160-25) Accepted by US Navy Oct50. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. Parachute 
					Experimental Unit; NAS El Centro, CA. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. Naval Air Missile 
					Test Center, Point Mugu, CA. WFU NAS Norfolk, VA Feb57.
				124182 (MSN 160-26) Accepted by US Navy Oct50. VC-6; VC-5; VC-9; Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, PA. 
					VC-5. Damaged beyond repair in a hard landing at NAS Jacksonville, FL 20May55.
				124183 (MSN 160-27) Accepted by US Navy Oct50. VC-8. Damaged beyond repair in an accident on the 
					USS Intrepid (CVA-11) 30Nov54. 
				124184 (MSN 160-28) Accepted by US Navy Nov50. VC-5; VC-6; tail modification; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55. Crashed into 
					a mountain in bad weather after aborting landing and destroyed by fire near Lajes Airfield, Azores 25Dec55 
					en route to Port Lyautey, French Morocco 25Dec55 (2KIS;2INJ).
				124185 (MSN 160-29)	Cancelled. 
				124186 (MSN 160-30)	Cancelled.
124187			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124188			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124189			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124190			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124191			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124192			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124193			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124194			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					W/o  14 Aug 1951 in VA     VS-24
124195			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124196			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124197			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124198			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124199			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124200			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124201			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124202			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124203			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124204			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124205			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					W/o  25 Aug 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, 250 miles E. off Atlantic City, NJ    VS-24
124206			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					W/o  25 Feb 1952  Fatal crash  near NAS Alamitos, CA ARS-931
124207			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					W/o  27 Jul 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, off 'USS Princeton' in Pacific     VS-37
124208			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					W/o?  3 Nov 1951  Belly landing at ALF, Ream Fd, CA AIRASRON-25
124209			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124210			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124211/124267		Lockheed P2V-4 Neptune
				124211/124235 Model 426-59-03. 124236/124262 Model 424-42-03.  Redesignated P-2D in 1962.
			 124211/124235 Model 426-59-03. Powered by Wright R-3350-26WA engines
			 124236/124262 Model 426-42-03. Powered by Wright R-3350-30W engines
				124216 w/o 21 May 1950 in landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI
				124222 w/o 7 Jul 1951 in landing at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland
				124227 (VP-22) ditched 1/21/51 in heavy seas off Okinawa.  One crewman killed, 11 rescued.
				124235 (VP-7) w/o 9/17/51 in landing accident at NAS Quonset Point, RI.
				124241 w/o  2 Nov 1952  Landing accident at Keflavik Airport, Iceland     VP-26
				124242 w/o 24 Nov 1952 when ditched off NAS Quonset Point, RI
				124247 w/o  27 May 1952  Fatal crash at Warren Grove Target, NJ     VC-33
				124250  w/o?  10 Feb 1953 at NAS Kodiak, AK     VP-2
				124253 (VP-2) hit ditch on landing at NAS Kodiak, Alaska Jun 15, 1951.
					1 killed.
				124255 (VP-25) w/o 4/14/52 in landing accident at NAS Brunswick, ME. Departed NAS Brunswick 
					for a training flight to NAS Quonset Point, RI. An engine failed and the aircraft turned 
					back to NAS Brunswick but crashed into trees while attempting to land in poor weather.
					 Five of the ten crew were killed.
124268/124291		Lockheed P2V-3W Neptune
				Model 326-59-04 airborne early warning version.
				124273 w/o  10 Jul 1953  Undershot on landing, on approach to Charleston MAP, SC    VJ-2
				124277 (VP-981) w/o 2/4/51 during test flight at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
				124278 (P2V-3B) with VAH-123.
				124283 (VP-6) shot down by Soviet La-11 fighters over Sea of Japan Nov 6, 1951.  Crew of 10 missing.
				124284 in wheels-up landing at Atsugi, Japan Jan 24, 1951.  Repaired
				124289 in accident at NAS Kodiak, AK Feb 18, 1952. noted NAS Alameda 1957,  'GJ-221' P2V-3W VAH-3 noted 
					NAS Sanford 1958, stored Lichfield Park
				124290 (VP-1) w/o 10/27/50 at Tachikawa, Japan when main gear retracted during engine startup.
124292/124323		Grumman PF-1A Albatross
				MSN 27/58.  All these aircraft were delivered to USAF in 1950 as SA-16A 49-069/100.
124324/124331		Fairchild R4Q-1 Packet
				MSN 7001/7008.  Marine Corps version of C-119C.
				124325 (MSN 7002) there is a report that this plance crashed Feb 7, 1951.
					However, the plane that crashed is actually 128725, and there
					is a report that 124325 was still flying as late as 1958.
				124331 (MSN 7008) crashed after takeoff from MCAS Cherry Point,
					NC Jun 27, 1952. 5 killed.
124332/124333		Fairchild R4Q-1 Packet
				Contract cancelled.  Marine Corps version of C-119C.
124334/124353		Sikorsky HO3S-1
				Sikorski Model S-51
				124334 (MSN 51177) to civil registry as N6881C.
				124335 w/o  10 Jul 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, off 'USS Boxer' in South China Sea    HU-1
				124336  w/o  10 Dec 1950  Crash 50 miles E. of St Augustine, FL HU-2
				124338  w/o  11 Apr 1951  Landing accident at NAAS Mustin Fd, PA     NAES
				124340 (HU-1) crashed in enemy territory Korea Feb 8, 1952.  Pilot POW
				124342 (VMO-6) crashed during resupply landing near Sudong Myon Sept 22, 1951.  Both crew uninjured.
				124343 w/o  4 Mar 1953  Fatal accident on 'USS Sicily' in Pacific    HU-1
				124344 (MSN 51201) to civil registry as N5182V.  Now on display at MCAS Quantico, VA. Noted Nov 10,2006 at National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
				124345 (MSN 51204) to civil registry as N2842D, CF-FDF, C-FFDF.
				124346 crashlanded on Puffin Island, Kodiak, Alaska Nov 1951.  SOC.
				124348 crashed on takeoff at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 3, 1952.  No fatalities, but the aircraft was destroyed.
				124349 (MSN 51209) to civil registy as N809
				124350 (MSN 51210) to civil registry as N5557A.
				124351 w/o?  28 Dec 1950  Crash landed, due to weather, at Nuuanu Pali, HI     HU-1
				124352 to US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
124354/124361		Lockheed P2V-3W Neptune
				Model 326-59-04 airborne early warning version
				124354 w/o  26 Jan 1953  Ditched-30 miles NW. off San Diego, CA
				124355 modified as P2V-3B close-support aircraft.
				124357 (VP-931) crashed on McCreight Mountain, British Columbia Dec 23, 1950.  Wreckage found
					9/21/61, but there a local resident who was on the wreck site in 1958.  The fuselage had already
					ben removed by that time..  11 killed.
				124359 (MSN 326-1181) 3WF delv’d NAF China Lake, CA Aug 1959, delv’d Travel Town Museum, Los Angeles, CA Aug 1960, 
					noted Dec 1964.  but current status not known.
				124360 and 124361 cancelled
124362/124373		Martin P4M-1 Mercator
				124362 converted to P4M-1Q. VQ-1, NAS Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan.  Shot down by Chinese fighters off Shanghai
					8/22/1956 operating with spurious BuNo 187642.  While on a spying mission from NAS Iwakuni, Japan 
					22Aug56, the aircraft disappeared at night after reporting an attack by Chinese MiG-17F fighters 
					32 miles off the coast of China near Wenchow, about half-way between Formosa and Shanghai. 
					There were no survivors of the 16-man crew. Four bodies were later recovered along with
					some aircraft debris which had a MiG cannon shell in a bomb bay fuel tank.  
					[It is reported that spurious Bureau Numbers were changed each month on the Squadron aircraft]
				124363 converted to P4M-1Q.  Withdrawn 6/30/1960 and scrapped at NAS Atusgi
				124364 VP-HL-21, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Damaged 26Oct50 taxying at NAS Patuxent River during a pilot 
					familiarization flight.  Converted to P4M-1Q.  VQ-1, Code PR-4, NAS Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan. VQ-1, 
					NAS Alameda, CA [1960].  Withdrawn 4/5/1960 and scrapped at NAS Alameda
				124365 converted to P4M-1Q. VQ-2, Code JQ-16, NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco; VQ-2, NAS Rota, Spain. 
					Crashed during mission from Incirlik, Turkey 1/16/1960.  16 crewmembers killed.  The aircraft 
					was on final approach to Incirlik Air Base, Adana, Turkey when it crashed 41 miles from the 
					end of the runway. The aircraft crashed into a ravine at the top of the snow covered mountains. 
					The ensuing fire melted the overhanging and surrounding snow which flooded the wreckage and froze, 
					entombing it in ice.  It was difficult for the rescue crew to free the lost crewmen from the ice.
				124366 VP-21, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Accident 16Feb51 at NAS Patuxent River during a local 
					familiarization flight. Accident 28Feb51 taking off at NAS Patuxent River.
					Converted to P4M-1Q 1953-54.  VQ-1, NAS Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan.
					Withdrawn 6/19/1960 and scrapped at NAS Atusgi, Japan
				124367 converted to P4M-1Q.  VQ-2, NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco; VQ-2, NAS Rota, Spain.
					Withdrawn 4/7/1960 and scrapped at NAS Rota, Spain and used for fire fighting practice.
				124368 VP-HL-21, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Damaged 14Nov50 by structural failure 10 miles NW of 
					Chincoteague, VA during a search and rescue mission. Converted to P4M-1Q.  VQ-1, NAS Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, 
					Japan. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan.  Withdrawn 6/30/1960 and scrapped at NAS Atsugi, Japan
				124369 converted to P4M-1Q.  Withdrawn 11/13/1956 and scrapped at NAS Litchfield Park , AZ
				124370 converted to P4M-1Q.  Withdrawn 10/2/1956 and scrapped at NAS Norfolk
				124371 converted to P4M-1Q.  Patrol Unit/Naval Communications Unit 32G, Code AG, NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco
					The aircraft departed Nicosia, Cyprus 6Feb52 for a spy mission over the Black Sea off Sevastopol, 
					Crimea, Ukraine.  During a racetrack pattern off the coast the right engine failed when an oil line blew. 
					The aircraft headed back to Cyprus but using the auxiliary jet engines 
					increased fuel consumption [the mission precluded landing in Turkey]. Shortly after leaving the 
					Turkish coast the engines failed with fuel exhaustion and the aircraft was ditched in the Mediterranean 
					Sea near Cyprus in the early hours of 7Feb52. The crew escaped but the Plane Commander re-entered the 
					aircraft to check that all crew were out, but became trapped when the aircraft began to sink and was drowned. 
					Crew rescued by HMS Chevron
				124372 converted to P4M-1Q.  Patrol Unit/Naval Communications Unit 32G, Code XD-1, NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco. 
					Damaged 27Nov53 when the aircraft landed with gear retracted at Port Lyautey. Flown to NAS Norfolk, VA 
					for repair.   Suffered accident in unspecified incident 11/19/1957 
					and SOC 7/27/1958.
				124373 , Code HC-1, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Damaged 18Nov51 taxying at Port Lyautey during a local 
					familiarization flight. Damaged 1Jun52 in collision with parked PBY-6A BuNo 46646 taxying at 
					NAS Jacksonville, FL. converted to P4M-1Q.  VQ-2, Code JQ-3, NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco. 
					The aircraft was to be ferried from Port Lyautey to Norfolk. The pilot conducted a test flight 
					at Port Lyautey during which an electrical fire developed in the main circuit breaker panel. 
					The trouble was investigated, but no record of repair was noted. Another test flight was 
					conducted without incident. Leaving Port Lyautey on January 4, 1958, the aircraft proceeded to 
					Lajes, Azores and thence to Bermuda. Prior to take-off from Bermuda, a fuel leak was 
					discovered in the right main engine fuel line to the pressure gauge. Repair was made and 
					the flight departed Bermuda on January 6, 1958. Jet engines were used until the bomb bay 
					fuel tanks had been emptied. Continuing on reciprocating engines only the flight was 
					uneventful until preparations were made to land at Norfolk, VA. In the vicinity of Naval 
					Air Station, Oceana, attempts to start the port jet failed. The starboard jet started, 
					but it idled at 85% and the TOT went up to 900 degrees. Further attempts were made to 
					start both jets, but without success. The decision was made to make the approach on 
					main engines only. Approaching Naval Air Station, Norfolk, the pilot was cleared 
					to enter traffic and break right to the downwind leg of runway 28. While on down wind, 
					Navy Norfolk Tower requested 4373 to extend his approach to let a jet land first. 
					The pilot complied with Tower instructions and started to turn on base after 
					extending his downwind leg. After turning about 45 degrees to the right, the port 
					engine lost power. The aircraft continued turning right at a reduced rate of turn 
					for another 45 degrees. The flight path was now just about perpendicular to the beach 
					in the vicinity of Ocean View and the aircraft was losing altitude. Shortly after 
					passing over the beach, a left turn was started. The aircraft continued on in a 
					nose high attitude and struck several cottages and automobiles which were it its 
					flight path. The aircraft started to come apart as it hit the cottages. The aircraft 
					struck the ground in an empty lot and continued sliding across a road into a small 
					cottage where it came to rest and started to burn. Location of crash is listed as 
					22nd St. & E. Ocean View Ave. The aircraft and property were destroyed by fire.
124374/124379		Grumman UF-1 Albatross
				Model G-64
				124374 (MSN 10) delivered to US Navy Dec 30, 1949
				124375 (MSN 13) delivered to US Navy Feb 17, 1950
				124376 (MSN 16) delivered to US Navy Mar 9, 1950
				124377 (MSN 19) delivered to US Navy Mar 31, 1950
				124378 (MSN 22) delivered to US Navy May 8, 1950
				124379 (MSN 25) delivered to US Navy May 23, 1950
124380/124414		Vought F6U-1 Pirate
				contract cancelled 
124415/124434		Vought F7U-1 Cutlass
				124429/124434 cancelled
				124416 w/o  6 Jul 1950  Fatal crash near NAS Dallas, TX
				124417  w/o  28 Sep 1950  Fatal crash at Mountain Creek Lake, TX
				124419 crashed on landing in Norfolk, Virginia in late October 1953.
				124426 and 124427 were flown by the Blue Angels
				124428 assigned to NAS Dallas, TX.  Assigned to NACA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 
					Dec 30, 1952 to Mar 16, 1954.  Assigned to Naval Air Material Center (NAMC), Mustin Field, 
					Philadelphia, PA.
124435/124436		Grumman XF10F-1 Jaguar
				Model G-83
124437/124438		Lockheed PO-1W 
				MSN 749-2612/2613.  Model 749A-79-43.
				Early warning modification of Model 749A Constellation.  Redesignated WV-1 in 1952.
				124437 first flight Jun 9, 1949.  Delivered to US Navy at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland Aug 1949.
					SOC Oct 1957, sold to CAA as N7623C, to FAA as N119.  Transferred to
					USAF as N1192 for storage at MASDC.  Scrapped Jan 1969
				124438 (MSN 749-2613) delivered to US Navy at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland Dec 1950. Bailed to Lockheed 
					Aircraft, Burbank, CA for R & D. NATC Patuxent River, MD for R & D 30Jun50. VX-4, NAS Patuxent 
					River, MD 16Oct50; code XD-10. VX-4 redesignated as VW-2 18Jun52. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 
					19Dec52; code TE-1. College Point, RI for R & D Nov53. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 20Apr54; 
					code TE-1, later as TE-11. FASRON-110, NAS San Diego, CA 7Feb55. VW-4, NAS Jacksonville, 
					FL 21Feb55; code PN-8. NAVCICOFFSCOL, NAS Glynco, ?Brunswick, GA 23Nov55. 
					NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 20Mar57. SOC Aug 20, 1957. 
					Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) Feb58. Registered Feb58 as N7624C. 
					Federal Aeronautics Administration 4Jun58. Registered as N120. Radomes and radar equipment 
					removed; modified for glide-slope calibration. Reregistered 21Jul66 as N1206. Awaiting FAA 
					disposal at Oklahoma City, OK Aug 66. Kansas Surplus Property Section (of FAA) 29Dec66. 
					Schilling Institute, Department of Aeronautical Technology, Salina, KS 1Feb67; used for 
					technical flight and ground training. Schilling Institute renamed Salina VoTech School. 
					Air International Inc, 24Aug78. Slow restoration to flying condition begun; engines running 
					early 1980. Impounded by Salina County Sheriff for non-payment of company taxes Jun81. 
					Bought at auction by Express Airways Inc., 24Nov81. Advertised for sale Dec81. Bought by 
					Texas-investor Gordon Cole Nov92. Purportedly restored to 'flyable' condition. Attempt made 
					to ferry aircraft to Addison, TX, but returned to Salina Airport, KS with one engine shut down. 
					International Society of Vehicle Preservation Aug85. Sale reported to a new owner in Phoenix, 
					AZ 13Nov03. Registration cancelled 4Jun12.
124439/124440		North American XA2J-1
				MSN 163-1/2
124441/124503		Vought-Sikorsky F4U-5N Corsair
				Korean War losses from Douglas E. Campbell book
				124442 (VC-110) in bad takeoff from USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Sep 14, 1950.  Pilot rescued
				124443 (VMF(N)-513) slid off end of runway at Yonpo airfield Dec 1, 1950.  Pilot uninjured.
				124445 w/o?  15 Feb 1954  takeoff accident on 'USS Leyte' in Caribbean
				124447 to Honduras AF as FAH-602.  Now at Marine Corps Museum, Quantico, VA as N100CV.
					Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS, on loan from 
					Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA
				124449 (VMF-212) crashed on takeoff and burned, ordnance exploded May 12, 1951.  Pilot injured.
				124450 (VMF(N)-513) collided with another aircaft on runway at Wonsan Oct 15, 1950
				124453 (VC-3) downed 5 enemy aircraft in night action in Korean War, flown
					by Lt. Guy Bordelon.  Only Navy ace of the Korean War.  After
					achieving his 5th victory on night of Jul 16, 1953, he left the
					plane at the base and was flown back to the USS Princeton.
					An Air Force Reserve pilot wrote the plane off in an accident.
				124456 (VMF(N)-513) ditched due to fuel exhaustion near Kimpo Field,
					Korea Aug 14, 1951.  Pilot rescued
				124457 w/o  24 Nov 1950  Fatal crash  10 miles N. of Meadville, PA      VC-4
				124458  w/o 30 Aug 1951  Off East Coast of Korea    VF-53, 124458 also reported as w/o on 5 Feb 1953 at NAS Atlantic City, NJ     VC-4
				124461  w/o  2 Jun 1951  Accident at Meigs Airport, IL     VMF-211
				124466  w/o?  7 Feb 1953  Taxi accident on 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean.    VMF-114
				124468  w/o?  4 Mar 1954  Accident on 'USS Philippine Sea' in Pacific   VC-3
				124469  w/o  13 Apr 1954  Ditched, due to mechanical failure, off 'USS Antietam' in Atlantic   VC-4
				124470  w/o?  14 Jan 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific    VC-3
				124472  w/o?  27 Mar 1952  Force landed, due to mechanical failure, 5 miles ENE. of MCAS Cherry Point, NC   VMF-114
				124473  w/o?  28 Oct 1954  Accident on 'USS Leyte' in Atlantic VC-4
				124475  w/o  10 Nov 1954  Fatal crash 12 miles E. of NAS Atlantic City, NJ    VC-4
				124478  w/o  22 Mar 1954  Crash on approach to 'USS Antietam' in Caribbean    VC-4
				124480  w/o?  3 Mar 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Pacific VC-4
				124484  w/o  3 Mar 1954  Crash into Caribbean, from 'USS Antietam'    VC-4
				124485  w/o  13 Apr 1953  Takeoff crash (from 'USS Tarawa')  40 miles W. of Corsica.
				124486 to Honduras AF as FAH-606.  Sold 1979.  To civil registry as N49068.  Registration N494M 
					taken up Dec 2002.
				124490 w/o  13 Apr 1955  Ditched, due to engine failure, 250 miles SE. off Tokyo, Japan   VC-3
				124491 (VMF(N)-513) in bad takeoff from Pusan, Korea Jun 4, 1951.  Pilot uninjured
				124492 (VMF(N)-513) hit by AAA Apr 22, 1951.  Pilot bailed out, rescued by ROK troops.
				124493 to Honduras AF as FAH-608.  Sold in 1979.  To RNZAF Museum.
					On civil registry in Australia and reported Jul 2005 to be under
					restoration to fly at Darwin.  To VH-III with Graha Hosking, Mount Eliza, Victoria, Ausralia
					Feb 14, 2013.
				124494 w/o  9 Dec 1953  Accident on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific    VC-3
				124495 (VC-3 Det attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by AAA and last seen heading over Kojo Bay, Korea
					Feb 8, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				124496 w/o  13 Feb 1951  Missing near Yontao-Ri, Korea    VC-3
				124497 w/o  19 Jan 1954  Fatal crash on 'USS Leyte' in Atlantic VC-4
				124498 w/o  11 Sep 1951  Crash 120 miles off San Diego, CA   VC-3
				124499 w/o  9 Nov 1951  Crash landed at NAAS El Centro, CA   VC-3
				124500 w/o  2 May 1952  Crash landed at ALF, Crow's Landing, CA VC-3
				124501 (VC-110) engine failure after takeoff from USS Philippine
					Sea CV-47 Jan 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				124502 (VC-190) crashed into water after takeoff from USS Princeton
					CV-37 Mar 9, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				124503 (VMF(N)-513) lost power after takeoff, destroyed at Pusan
					Feb 20, 1951.
124504/124560		Vought-Sikorsky F4U-5NL Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Moded V-16678 F4U-5N night fighter modified for severe climates
				Korean War losses from Douglas E. Campbell book
				124504 (VC-3 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor May 8, 1952.
					Pilot rescued
				124506 w/o  5 Mar 1953  Ditched, due to engine failure, 50 miles W. off  Corsica    VC-4
				124508  w/o  28 Jun 1951  Crash landed at NAS Atlantic City, NJ VC-4
				124511 w/o?  16 Apr 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS F.D. Roosevelt' inAtlantic   VC-4
				124512 (VMF(N)-513) hit by own bomb blast 15 mi NE of Pyongyang Apr 13, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				124515  w/o?  12 Oct 1954  Taxi accident at NAS Atlantic City, NJ   VC-4
				124516 (VMF(N)-513) hit by AAA and made wheels-up landing at Suwon Sep 1, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
					Crashed while diving on target Sep 20, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				124517 (VC-3) heavy fire damage on USS Boxer (CV-21) in 1951.
				124518 (VMF(N)-513) shot down during attack near Hanp-o-ri, Korea
					Jul 13, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				124520 (VMF(N)-513) in gear-up night landing at Pusan-west Aug 25, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
				124523 w/o  26 Oct 1950  Fatal crash  8 miles E. of Carolton, TX
				124525 (VMF(N)-513) crashed after engine failure Dec 17, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				124527 (VMF(N)-513) crash-landed after being hit by AAA Dec 14, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				124528 (VMF(N)-513) lost during attack near Namchon-jon, Korea Jul 13, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				124529 (VMF(N)-513) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out May 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				124530 (VMF(N)-513) crashed near Masan-ni, Korea Jul 19, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				124531 (VMF(N)-513) lost during attack on vehicles near Yang-gu, Korea
					May 20, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				124532 w/o  14 Dec 1951  Crash due to engine failure, 6 miles SE. of Mettler Station, CA    Pilot bailed out   VC-3
				124533 (VC-3) forced water landing after engine failure off USS
					Valley Forge CV-45 Dec 13, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				124534 w/o  8 May 1951  Force landed, due to engine failure, 1 mile S. of NAS Moffett Fd, CA     VC-3
				124536 (VC-3) bad takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 Jun 10, 1951.  Pilot rescued by destroyer.
				124537 (VMF(N)-513) crashed into hill at end of runway at Kimpo
					Airfield during bad landing Jun 28, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				124538 (VC-3) crashed into water after bad takeoff from USS
					Antietam, Nov 13, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				124539 w/o  29 Mar 1954  Barrier cr, on 'USS Valley Forge' in Caribbean    VC-4
				124540  w/o?  3 Feb 1955 Accident on 'USS Leyte' in Atlantic VC-4
				124541 to Argentine Navy as 0433.  Damaged in landing accident Nov 6, 1964.
					To Museo de la Aviacion Naval, Rio Parana Delta AB, Argentina as 3-A-204.
					Was airworthy as F-AZYS at le Castellet, France painted 
					as F4U-7 133704.  Reported in 2020 registered as D-FCOR and based at Bremgarten, Germany.
				124542 w/o  1 Jun 1951  Fatal crash at NAAS El Centro, CA    VC-3
				124547  w/o  5 Mar 1953  Force landed, due to engine failure, at NAS Moffett Field, CA    VC-3
				124548  w/o  29 Aug 1951  Accident on 'USS Antietam' in Pacific     VC-3
				124550 (VMF(N)-513) ditched during test flight near K-8, Kora Jul 10, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				124551 (VC-3 Det D attached to USS Antietam (CV-36) destroyed in bad landing Jan 18, 1952.
					Pilot uninjured.
				124552 (VC-3) went off the side of USS Antietam CV-36 in bad night
					landing Oct 30, 1951.  Pilot rescued by USS Eversole DD789
				124553 (VC-3 Det D attached to USS Antietam (CV-36)) hit by AAA and made wheels-up landing in enemy 
					territory Jan 29, 1952.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				124554 (VC-3) crashed on takeoff Dec 2, 1951.
				124555 (VC-3) ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 after engine
					failure May 7, 1952.  Pilot injured.
				124556 (VC-3 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-21)) ditched at sea after being hit by AAA Sept 20, 1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				124557 (VC-3) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Bon Homme 
					Richard CV-31 Sep 21, 1951.  Pilot rescued by destroyer.
				124558 (VF-53) crash landed and ditched, USS Essex CV-9 Aug 30, 1951.  Pilot rescued by USS Rogers (DD-876)
				124560 to Honduras AF as FAH-601.  Still flying as NX4901W, later N4901W.
					Was in flyable condition with Alan Preston of Dallas, TX
124561/124569		Bell HTL-3
				MSN 165/173.  Bell Helicopter Company Model 47E
				124562 (MSN 166) to N6878C
				124563 (MSN 167) to N7036C
				124564 (MSN 168) to N6051C.  Was at Museum, McMinnville, OR. Jun 2006
				124566 (Hedron 33) lost power and crashed in 3 fathoms of water Aug 25, 1951,
					crew swam to shore.
124570/124585		Lockheed TO-2 
				later redesignated TV-2.
				Assigned USAF serial numbers 49-934, 49-2758/2772 for administrative purposes.
				Redesignated T-33B in 1962.
124586/124587		Douglas XF4D-1 Skyray
				MSN 7463/7464
				124586 first flight Jan 23, 1951.  Damaged beyond repair during survivability tests at NAF China
					Lake, California Jan 5, 1956. SOC Jan 11, 1956.  Used for fire-fighting practice 
					and destroyed in the 1980s.
				124587 set world speed record of 752.944 mph 10/3/53.  This
					plane was delivered to GE Flight Test at Edwards AFB Jul 1955
					and performed flight tests on J79 and CJ805.  Returned to
					US Navy May 1960.  Now on outside display
					at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, China Lake, California, on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.  
124588/124594		Piasecki HUP-1 Retriever
				Piasecki Helicopter Corporation PV-18
124595/124664		Douglas F3D-2 Skyknight
				MSN 7465/7534 (El Segundo MSNs)
				124596 w/o?  18 Feb 1952  Accident at Maxwell AFB, AL
				124597  w/o?  12 Apr 1954  Accident, due to structural failure, at NAAS El Centro, CA
				124598 Ca.1951: TOS USN as F3D-2
					Unknown date: Assigned to USMC. Possibly spent time in Korea.
					76/62: Redesignated as EF-10B.
					2/24/64: SOC at BWR Waltham, MA.
					By 1980: TOS USA as F-10B for tests, based at Holloman AFB, NM.
					Ca.1981: Bailed to Raytheon for tests and flown with US Army markings.
					By 1990: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
				124599 SOC while stored at NAS China Lake, CA Dec 12, 1958.
				124601 w/o  16 Aug 1951  Fatal crash at NAS Patuxent River, MD
				124604  w/o?  2 Oct 1953  Accident, due to structural failure, at Assateague Island, VA     NAOTS
				124609 to NAF China Lake ca Jun 1956
				124610 fitted with F-4 nose.  To MASDC Aug 31, 1968 as VH0001, then VH0004, then 4F0004
				124611 w/o?  17 Mar 1953  Belly landing, due to mechanical fault, at NAS Patuxent River, MD    NATC
				124612 w/o?  4 Apr 1952  Takeoff accident, at Maxwell AFB, AL VMF-542
				124616 to NAF R&D China Lake by Apr 1959
				124618 derelict in parking lot at MCAS Quantico.  Reported 2009
					to be in storage at USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA.
					Not seen in carpark in 1998.
				124620 (MXN 7490) was at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  In July 2018 noted dismantled at the Air Classics 
					Museum of Aviation, Aurora, Illinois 
				124623 (VMF-513) contact lost in Korea area during night patrol Aug 15, 1952.  Search result negative.  Crew of 2 MIA
				124625 (VMF-513) engines exploded, crashed into water Sept 1, 1952.  One crew MIA, one rescued.
				124629 (TF-10B) on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				124630 (MSN 7500) on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.
					Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA
				124641 w/o  9 Oct 1952  Crash 75 miles S. of Albufeira, Portugal    VC-4
				124643  w/o  22 Jul 1952  Engine failure on takeoff, at NAS Atlantic City, NJ     VC-4
				124646 w/o  4 Mar 1953  T/off accident, on 'USS F.D. Roosevelt' in Atlantic    VC-4
				124649  w/o?  2 Sep 1952  Landing accident, at Glenn Martin Airport, MD    VC-4
				124652  w/o?  7 Apr 1954  Accident at MCAS Cherry Point, NC VMF-531
				124656 delivered from Douglas Aircraft, El Segundo, CA.
					Assigned to NACA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 11, 1952 to Aug 27, 1954.
					Assigned to NAS Quonset Point, RI
				124663 to MASDC as 4F0015, VH0003 Jun 1, 1970.
124665/124709		Vought-Sikorsky F4U-5N Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-1668
				124665 converted to XF4U-6 low-altitude fighter prototye, later redesignated XAU-1
				124666 w/o  9 May 1953  Fatal takeoff crash from 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean   VMF-114
				124673  w/o  21 Jul 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, from 'USS Philippine Sea' in Pacific   VC-3
				124675  w/o  23 Aug 1954  Fatal crash landing at NAS Atlantic City, NJ    VC-4
				124678  delivered to Argentine Navy as 0434 and displayed
					there on a pole.  Later to Lone Star Flight Museum and restored to airworthy
					status as N43RW. 
				124682 w/o  7 Oct 1952  Fatal force landing, due to engine failure, at NAS Oceana, VA    VC-4
				124684 w/o  21 May 1953  Takeoff accident, from 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean   VMF-114
				124685 w/o?  8 Oct 1952  Barrier crash on 'USS Coral Sea' in Atlantic    VC-4
				124686 w/o?  8 May 1951 Accident at Bogue Field, NC    VMF-114
				124687 w/o  9 Mar 1954  Force landing, due to fire on aircraft, from 'USS Valley Forge' in Atlantic   VC-4
				124692 to VC-3 onboard USS Essex, from Nov 1951 thru Feb 1952 flew combat missions over Korea.  After this tour,
					served on USS Leyte as well as USS Tarawa and USS Boxer.  SOC in 1956.
					to Honduras AF Mar 27, 1956 as FAH-607.  Recovered incomplete in 1978. Returned to USA under civilian ownership in 1979 
					To Collings Foundation 1988 and rebuilt 1988-1997.  Restored and flew as N45NL Feb 20, 1997.
					Ditched off New Smyrna Beach Apr 4, 1997 and recovered Apr 13, 1997.  Restored again by Collings Foundation
					and first flew Sep 22, 2003.  Made wheels-up landing at New Smyrna Beach Sep 24, 2003
					when right undercarriage leg failed to extend.  Recovered after 2 weeks under
					water  Repaired.  Seen at Sun'n'Fun, Lakeland, FL Apr 2004
					Seen at Corsair Fly-In in CT May 29, 2005.  Seen at Langley AFB 2009 Air Show Apr 26, 2009
				124694 w/o?  3 Dec 1952  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Caribbean    VMF-114
				124695 w/o  28 Aug 1952  Mid-air with 124696, 250 miles NE. off Bermuda   Pilot bailed out    VMF-114
				124696 w/o  28 Aug 1952  Mid-air with 124695, 250 miles NE. off  Bermuda   Pilot killedt    VMF-114
				124698  w/o?  5 May 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Boxer' in Pacific     VC-3
				124700  w/o 12 Jun 1952  Accident on 'USS Wasp' in Mediterranean.    VC-4
				124708  w/o?  3 Mar 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean  . VC-4
124710/124724		Vought-Sikorsky F4U-5NL Corsair	
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-16678 F4U-5N night fighter modified for severe climates	
				Korean War losses from Douglas E. Campbell book	
				124710 w/o?  6 Oct 1952  Accident at NAS Atlantic City, NJ VC-4
				124711 w/o  14 Jan 1952  Accident on 'USS Leyte' in Atlantic VC-4	
				124715 to Honduras AF as FAH-609.  Shot down one Salvadoran AF Cavalier F-51D and
					two Goodyear FG-1Ds Jul 17, 1969 during last known air
					combat between piston-engined aircraft.  WFU in 1981.  On display at Museo del Aire, Honduras.
				124716 w/o  2 Jan 1953  Fatal crash due to stall, 2 miles SSE. of NAS  Atlantic City, NJ    VC-4
				124717 (VC-3 Det M attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47) hit by AAA and ditched Jun 16, 1953.
					Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				124718 w/o  10 Aug 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure on approach to 'USS Valley Forge' in Atlantic   VC-4
				124721 in midair with 123174 Feh 18, 1955 off USS Leyte in Atlantic
				124722 (VC-3 Det C attached to USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47)) hit by AAA and suffered engine failure 
					and made forced night water landing in Wonsan Harbor, Korea Mar 27, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				124723 (VC-3 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by AAA and ditched Wonsan Harbor May 8, 1952.
					Pilot rescued.
				124724 to civil registry as N49051(ntu), then to Honduras as FAH-600.  To US
					civil registry as NX4901E.  Sold to French user 1979 as F-AZEG  Reported Jul 2008 to be under
					restoration with Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis, La Ferte Alais, France.  As F-AZEG flown at La Ferte-Alais, France 
					for first time for almost ten years on 9 May 2018.   F-AZEG reported registered to Les Casques du Cuir, 
					la Ferte-Alais, France.
124725/124760		Douglas AD-4N Skyraider
				MSN 7535/7570.  Three-seat night attack version
				124725/124760 converted to AD-4NL with anti-icing and de-icing equipment, wing armament increased
				124727 w/o? 31 Mar 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Randolph' in Mediterranean    VC-35
				124728  w/o?  7 Aug 1952  Barrier crash on 'USS Wasp' in Mediterranean.  VC-33
				124731 (VC-35) stalled on landing Philippine Sea CV-47 off
					NAS San Diego, CA 12/05/1951.  Pilot OK.
				124733 w/o?  14 Jun 1955 Accident at NAS New Orleans, LA VA-735
				124735  w/o?  10 Dec 1953 Structural failure accident, on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific   VC-35
				124736  w/o  6 Nov 1951  Fatal crash  3 miles S. of MCAS Cherry Point,NC    VC-33
				124741 w/o?  1 Mar 1954  Landing/mechanical failure on 'USS Midway' in Mediterranean.   VC-33
				124742 (VC033) crashed off USS Midway May 27, 1954 enroute from Gibraltar to Palermo.  3 crew presumed killed.
				124743 (VC-35 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) hit by AAA, last seen with engine smoking, 
					2 parachutes seen Dec 13, 1951.  All 3 crew became POW.
				124744 (AD-4NL, VC-35 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) crashed at sea Jun 8, 1952.  Both crew killed.
				124745 (VMC-1) crashlanded at Cho-do due to engine problems Mar 3, 1953.
				124748 (VC-35 Det F attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) missing on mission Jan 28, 1953.  Crew MIA
				124751 w/o?  23 Oct 1954  Landing/mechanical failure on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Mediterranean.   VC-33
124761/124777		Douglas AD-4W Skyraider
				MSN 7571/7587.  Three-seat AEW Version
				124761 after major overhaul in 1953, delivered Sep 16, 1953 to Fleet 
					Air Arm  as Skyraider AEW.1 WV108 but painted with incorrect serial WT761
					(last 3 digits of BuNo, but retained by RN).  Made flapless landing
					on HMS Eagle Aug 29, 1957, touched down heavily on rounddown and starboard
					undercarriage collapsed.  To long term storage at Royal Navy Air
					Yard at Donibristle Sep 6, 1957.  SOC Dec 26, 1958 and broken up
					for spares.  Serial WV108 was not used.
				124762 (VF-54) in launch accident from USS Essex CV-9 Sep 14, 1951, pilot and crew rescued
				124765 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm May 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT966.  To Scottish
					Aviation as spares source Feb 12, 1963, although not formally
					SOC from RN until Mar 18, 1963
				124768 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WT968.  SOC Feb 25, 1959 for
					reduction to spares.	
				124769 w/o  1 Mar 1954  Ditched, 10 miles S. of San Clemente Island,  CA     VC-11
				124771 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet 
					Air Arm Sep 25, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT967.  To Scottish
					Aviation as spares source Feb 7, 1963, although not formally
					SOC from RN until Mar 18, 1963.
				124772 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet
					Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV183.  DBR when 
					drifted off deck into port catwalk of HMS Albion during deck
					landing practice Feb 9, 1960.  Wreck offloaded in Malta
					Feb 13, 1960 and disposed of locally.
				124773 (VC-11) lost power while landing on USS Antietam (CV-36) and crashed into sea off Korea Oct 22, 1951.
					3 crewmembers rescued.
				124774 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air
					Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV182.  SOC Feb 14, 1962 and to Scottish
					Aviation, converted for target towing, first flight after
					conversion Mar 7, 163 with Class B registration G-31-10.  To
					Svensk Flygjanst Mar 26, 1963 as SE-EBG.  Last flown
					Oct 4, 1974 and subsequently scrapped at Malmo-Sturup.
				124777 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air
					Arm Apr 24, 1956 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV185.  SOC May 15, 1962
					and to Scottish Aviation, where it was converted for target
					towing, first flight after conversion Apr 4, 1963 with Class B
					registragion G-31-11.  To Svensk Flygjianst Apr 26, 1963
					as SE-EBI.  Last flown Aug 15, 1973.  SOC
					Apr 8, 1974 and donated to Flygvapenmuseum, Malment
					Reported still there May 2002, but in storage.
124778			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
				Air AntiSub Sq 37.  Overside landing on USS Kula Gulf 
					11/13/1953.  No injuries.
124779			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o  16 Feb 1952  Fatal crash in Japan     VS-25
124780			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o?  5 Aug 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Block Island' in  Atlantic    VS-22
124781			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124782			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124783			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124784			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124785			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o  20 Dec 1954  Crash landed, in CT     VS-39
124786			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124787			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124788			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  9 May 1954  Fatal crash 400 miles WSW. off Bermuda VS-39
124789			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o  8 Sep 1952  Barrier cr, on 'USS Block Island' in Atlantic   VS-31
124790			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124791			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  14 Jun 1951  Landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI VS-31
124792			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124793			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  1 Feb 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Leyte' in Caribbean    VS-24
124794			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o?  16 Mar 1952  Cr landed, on 'USS Bataan'     VS-25
124795			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  6 May 1954  Accident on 'USS Antietam' in Atlantic   VS-39  
124796			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124797			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124798			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o?  29 Apr 1954  Landing accident on 'USS Antietam' in Atlantic    VS-27
124799			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  25 Jun 1954  Landing accident on 'USS Valley Forge' in Atlantic    VS-24
124800			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124801			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  17 Nov 1954  Taxi accident on 'USS Kula Gulf' in Atlantic   VS-31
124802			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  28 May 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, 4 miles SW. off Newport, RI    VS-24
124803			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o  15 Sep 1954  Crash due to stall, at Brown Field, CA VS-37
124804			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  7 Nov 1951  Fatal crash  in Pacific    AIRASRON  25
124805			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124806			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124807			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124808			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  3 Aug 1954  Deck crash on 'USS Port Cruz' in Pacific    VS-21
124809			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  8 Dec 1953  Accident on 'USS Baroko' in Pacific VS-21
124810			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124811			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124812			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o?  16 Dec 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific   VS-37
124813			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o  3 Aug 1954  Deck collision, (See 124808) on 'USS Port Cruz' in Pacific   VS-21
124814			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  15 Jan 1953  Taxi accident at NAS San Diego, CA VS-25
124815			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124816			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124817			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124818			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124819			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124820			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124821			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124822			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124823			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124824			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124825			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  10 Aug 1954  Accident on 'USS Port Cruz' in Pacific    VS-37
124826			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124827			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  6 Sep 1954  Barrier cr, on 'USS Port Cruz' in Pacific    VS-21  (Hit other a/c)
124828			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  8 Feb 1955  Force landed, due to engine failure, at NCBC Davisville, RI    VS-39
124829			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124830			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124831			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124832			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124833			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124834			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124835			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124836			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124837			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					w/o?  1 Mar 1955  Barrier crash on 'USS Valley Forge' in Atlantic    VS-36
124838			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124839			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124840			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124841			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124842			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124843			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					lost with VS-931 Aug 2, 1952 off USS Sicily (CVE-118)
124844			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					124844  w/o?  6 Sep 1954  (See 124827
124845			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
					VS-31 ditched on landing on USS Valley Forge 3/10/1954 250 miles NE. off Nassau, Bahamas
						No injuries.
124846			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
					w/o  23 Oct 1954  Cr on approach to 'USS Port Cruz' in Pacific    VS-21
124847			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124848			Grumman AF-2S Guardian
124849			Grumman AF-2W Guardian
124850/124864		North American AJ-1 Savage
				MSN 169-1/15
				124850 (MSN 169-1) Modified as the prototype AJ-1P for the photo reconnaissance role by North American Aviation 
					at Downey, CA. Accepted by US Navy May51. Bailed to Pratt & Whitney; believed returned to bomber configuration; 
					VC-5; VC-7; VC-8; tail modification; VC-9. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Aug55.
				124851 (MSN 169-2) Accepted by US Navy May51. VC-6; VC-8; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-5; VAH-11. NAS Litchfield Park, 
					Goodyear, AZ for storage Nov57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124852 (MSN 169-3) Accepted by US Navy May51. VC-6; VC-8; VC-5; tail modification. Ferried to Atlantic City, NJ; 
					loaded aboard USS Ticonderoga (CAV-14) docked at Philadelphia Sep55. At the National Air Show, Philadelphia 
					International Airport 3-5 September 1955, this was one of three AJ-1s that were catapulted from the 
					USS Ticonderoga's new steam catapults. This was done while the Ticonderoga was tied up at dock in 
					order to demonstrate the power of the steam cats. The same crew flew on each of the three launches, 
					one each day, landing at Atlantic City, NJ and being ferried back to Philadelphia each time. 
					VAH-5 3Feb56; VAH-7; VAH-9; VAH-11; VAH-5; VAH-11. Accident 27Oct56.
				124853 (MSN 169-4) Accepted by US Navy Oct51. VC-5; VC-6; VC-7; VC-9; VC-8; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. 
					Damaged beyond repair in an accident May57.
				124854 (MSN 169-5) Accepted by US Navy Oct51. VC-5; VC-6; VC-7; VC-5; VC-8, named ‘Glass Factory’. 
					Crashed in an emergency landing at Naples, Italy 20Jul55 (3KIS).
				124855 (MSN 169-6) Accepted by US Navy Nov51. VC-5; VC-6; VC-7; VC-5; tail modification. Ferried to Atlantic City, NJ; 
					loaded aboard USS Ticonderoga (CAV-14) docked at Philadelphia Sep55. At the National Air Show, Philadelphia 
					International Airport 3-5 September 1955, this was one of three AJ-1s that were catapulted from the 
					USS Ticonderoga's new steam catapults. This was done while the Ticonderoga was tied up at dock in order 
					to demonstrate the power of the steam cats. The same crew flew on each of the three launches, one each day, 
					landing at Atlantic City, NJ and being ferried back to Philadelphia each time. VC-9; VAH-5. 
					Crashed into the Mediterranean Sea after coming around the aircraft carrier in the pattern to start the 
					landing approach on USS Randolph (CVA-15) forty miles northeast of Iraklion, Crete 27Oct56 (4KIS). 
					The aircraft was not seen nor heard from again. Wreckage was found the next day with the retrieval 
					of the enlisted men's bodies, the helmets of the officers, and an Orders and Map Case from the aircraft.
				124856 (MSN 169-7) Accepted by US Navy Oct51. VC-5; VC-6; VC-7; VC-8; Heavy Attack Training Unit, NAS Norfolk, VA; 
					VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Jul57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124857 (MSN 169-8) Accepted by US Navy Dec51. VC-8; Heavy Attack Training Unit, NAS Norfolk, VA; VC-5; tail modification; 
					VAH-5 3Feb56. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Oct56.
				124858 (MSN 169-9) Accepted by US Navy Dec51. VC-8; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55. Damaged beyond repair in an accident 
					near Naples Jan56.
				124859 (MSN 169-10) Accepted by US Navy May51. VC-7; VC-8; VC-7; VC-8; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Jun58. SOC 15Jul58.
				124860 (MSN 169-11) Accepted by US Navy Jun51. VC-5; VC-8; VC-9; VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. 
					NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Oct57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124861 (MSN 169-12) Accepted by US Navy Oct51. Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD; VC-8; VC-9; 
					VAH-9 1Nov55; VAH-11. Damaged beyond repair in an accident Feb57.
				124862 (MSN 169-13) Accepted by US Navy Nov51. VC-8; Heavy Attack Training Unit, NAS Norfolk, VA; VC-5; 
					VAH-5 3Feb56. NAS Litchfield Park, Goodyear, AZ for storage Oct57. SOC 15Jul58.
				124863 (MSN 169-14) Accepted by US Navy Dec51. VC-8. Damaged beyond repair in a takeoff accident from 
					USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) in the Mediterranean Sea 22Jan53.
				124864 (MSN 169-15) Accepted by US Navy Jan52. VC-8; VC-5; tail modification; VAH-5 3Feb56. Crashed in an 
					emergency landing on USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) in the Mediterranean Sea 8Sep56. The hydraulic system had 
					failed and the pilot was attempting a flap-less landing. The Landing Signals Officer had little experience 
					in waving the Savage and because it was fast, signalled an early cut. The end result was that the aircraft 
					settled very quickly and the arrestor hook hit the round down and broke off. The aircraft skidded into 
					parked aircraft on the straight deck, damaging 13 aircraft. Initial impact was to another Savage parked 
					portside (nose toward the island) which skewed the plane to port and next ran up the back of an AD-5, 
					the engine of which served as an effective battering ram knocking everything out of the way as the 
					Savage slid up the flight deck. It finally came to a stop abeam the #1 elevator with its nose fully to port. 
					There was a small fire in the area of the jet engine which was quickly extinguished by the crash crew. 
					There were four crew on board, three crew were uninjured but the pilot was very seriously injured 
					and remained in a coma for several months. Wreckage off-loaded at Naples, Italy.
124865/124909		Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune
				124865/124887 Model 426-42-06.  124888/124909 Model 426-42-11
				Most converted to P2V-5F - redesignated P-2E in 1962.
				124865 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124886 w/o  2 Jan 1953  Japan?
				124867 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124868 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124870/124872 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124874 (VP-7) hit Mt Pu Kaua in bad weather during landing
					approach to NAS Barbers Point, HI Jan 21, 1954. 8 killed.
				124875 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124876 (MSN 426-5014) converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
					To US Forest Service at Medford, OR for spares in 1969.  Scrapped.
				124877/124883 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
					124878 7V-206' EP-2E RAW-72 NAS Glenview, stored NAF Litchfield Park, AZ. 
						To MASDC c.1965. To USDA, Medford, OR by JUN70 (photo)
				124884 (VP-812) w/o 12/13/51 in takeoff accident at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
				124885 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124886 (VP-1) lost Jan 2, 1953.
				124888 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124889 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124894 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124895 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124897 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124898 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)\
				124899 (VP-6) lost off Kauai Dec 7, 1955.  7 crewmembers lost.
				124901 (VP-18) ditched off Keflavik, Iceland Oct 9, 1953.  9 killed.
				124902 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E) w/o?  14 Dec 1953  Cr, due to Engine failure, 20 miles SW. of Elmendorf AFB, AK     VP-28
				124904 (MSN 426-5044) converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E). To civil registry as N175Z USFS. First borate conversion 
					at Medford, OR by Dec69.  To N126Z with USFS.  Later with Evergreen Helicopters, Inc, 
					McMinnville, OR as N208EV.  Noted stored at Marana in 1997 still as N126Z.  N208EV cancelled Jun 18, 2013.
				124908 converted to P2V-5FE (EP-2E)
				124909 w/o  23 Dec 1952  Crash in France    VP-5
124910/124914		Martin P5M-1 Marlin
				124911 was the first to be delivered to US Navy.  Used as electronics test aircraft.  Assigned to VP-49,
					coded LP-12 at NOB Bermuda, named "Durtche's Dilemma"
124915/124929		Piasecki HUP-1 Retriever
				Piasecki Helicopter Corp PV-18
				124915 w/o  7 Oct 1952  Takeoff accident at Philadelphia IAP, PA   (PIASECKI)
				142916 (MSN 9) to civil registry as N7832C
				124918 w/o  1 Sep 1952  Ditched, due to mechanical fault,  400 miles SW. off Azores   HU-2
				124923  w/o  24 Jan 1953  Cr, due to Engine failure, at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba    HU-2
				124924  w/o?  16 Feb 1954  Accident at NAS Patuxent River, MD
				124925 to civil registry as N183YP. to N9348R Rotorcraft Intl Inc, Hialeah, FL (USCAR Jan64)
					Crashed and burned near Adelanto, CA Nov 7, 2009.  3 killed
				124926 w/o  5 Nov 1953  Ditched, due to engine failure,  30 miles NW.off Zante, Greece  ('USS F.D. Roosevelt')   HU-2
				124927 w/o?  6 Jan 1955  Takeoff accident at NALF Mayport, FL
				124928 w/o  15 Dec 1953  Ditched, due to engine failure, off 'USS Tarawa' in Med.    HU-2
				124929 w/o  29 Jan 1952  Ditched, due to engine failure,  30 miles SW.off Malta
124930/124939		Lockheed TO-2 
				Later redesignated TV-2.
				Transferred trom USAF
				Redesignated T-33B in 1962.
				124930 force landed on Plymouth golf course, MA Dec 15, 1950
				124933 (MSN 580-5301) crashlanded at Mathis Field, TX Aug 31, 1950.  Assigned to NACA, later 
					NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 15, 1951 to Feb 15, 1960.
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.  Restored and displayed at the Military
					Honor Park and Museum, South Bend, Indiana Mar 2008.
				124934 (MSN 580-5302)
				124935 (MSN 580-5303) ex USAF 50-450. To Yugoslavia AF as JRV 10201
				124936 (MSN 580-5304) ex USAF 50-451. To Yugoslavia AF as JRV 10202. SOC  Jun 1971
				124938 (MSN 580-5306) ex USAF 50-453. To Yugoslavia AF as JRV 10203
				124939 (MSN 580-5307) ex USAF 50-454. To Yugoslavia AF as JRV 10208.  SOC Sep 1971
124940/125029		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				124940/124949 MSN 236/245
				124950/124955 MSN 247/252
				124956/124959 MSN 254/257
				124960/124963 MSN 259/262
				124964/124967 MSN 264/267
				124968/124974 MSN 269/275
				124975/124981 MSN 277/283
				124982/124990 MSN 285/293
				124991/125003 MSN 295/307
				125004/125009 MSN 309/314
				125010/125014 MSN 316/320
				125015/125016 MSN 322/323
				125017/125020 MSN 325/328
				125021/125023 MSN 330/332
				125024/125025 MSN 334/335
				125026/125027 MSN 337/338
				125028/125029 MSN 340/341
				124940 *? as x-101
				124942 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Jan 1955 to 1959.
					Used to launch ramjet-powered research missiles and assist with engine noise reduction research.
				124943 w/o?  23 Jan 1954  Deck accident, on 'USS Wasp' in Pacific    VF-172
				124945 (VF-172 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) shot down by AAA over North Korea Jan 18, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				124947 w/o  16 Jul 1951  Crash landed, on 'USS Oriskany' in Med. VF-62
				124950 w/o  23 May 1951  Fatal, mid-air at NAAS Cecil Field, FL VF-22
				124951 (VF-172 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) shot down by AAA near Majon-ni, North Korea Oct 16, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				124953 1952 VF-22 as F-111.  w/o  3 Mar 1954  Accident at NAS Cecil Fd, FL    VF-12
				124954 1951: VF-172 as R-218.
				124955 MCAS El Toro Base Flight as 955.
				124956 1955: VF-34
				124957 NARTU Oakland, CA as F-146.  w/o?  11 Nov 1952  Structural failure, on 'USS F.D. Roosevelt' in Mediterranean.    VF-172
				124958 w/o  20 Nov 1953  Undershot on landing, at NAS Cecil Field, FL   VF-34
				124959 (VF-172) ditched off the Korean coast after bad takeoff from USS Essex CV-9 Oct 26, 1951.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				124961 w/o?  17 Nov 1953  Structural failure, on 'USS Wasp" in Sea of Japan    VF-172
				124962 1951: VF-22 as F-x18
				124963 1951: ? as LC-1.  VF-62.  Rolled off the deck of USS Coral Sea in the Mediterranean Sea Sep 1, 1954
				124964 1951-52: ? as R-218.  w/o  29 Nov 1952  Fatal crash 100 miles SE. off Malta VF-34
				124965 1952: ? as F-109
				124966 (VF-172) struck by crash landing aircraft F2H 124968 on USS Essex CV-9 Sep 16, 1951.
				124968 (VF-172) crashlanded on USS Essex CV-9 off the Korean coast after being damaged in midair collision with another 
					Banshee 124972 and crashed into parked aircraft and burst into flames Sep 16, 1951.  Pilot killed.
					Two other F2H-2 aircraft destroyed (124978 and 124966)
				124969 1951-52: VF-172 as R-210
				124970 1956: NARTU Niagara Falls, NY as H-114. w/o?  21 May 1953  Gunnery accident, near NALF, Mayport, FL    VF-12 
				124971 1951: VF-172 as R-208.
				124972 (VF-172 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) in midair collision with 124968 off the Korean coast Sep 16, 1951.  Landed OK
					124968 crashlanded on USS Essex, destroying two other Banshees (124978 and 124966)
				124973 1951: VF-172 as R-20x.  w/o  14 Aug 1953  Fatal crash due to structural failure, 60 miles SW. off Naples, Ita
				124974  1951-52: VF-172 as R-205.
				124975  1951-52: VF-172 as R-xxx. 1954: VF-62 as P-214.
				124976
				124977 crashed due to catapult failure on takeoff from USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Sep 2, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				124978 (VM-172) struck by crashlanding 124968 aircraft on USS Essex CV-9 off the Korean coast Sept 16, 1951.
				124979 1951: VF-172 as R-204.  1951: VF-172 as R-209.  w/o?  9 Feb 1953  Accident, due to structural failure, on 'USS
					Coral Sea' in Atlantic    VF-172
				124980 1951-52: VF-172 as R-215
				124981 w/o?  27 Aug 1953  Accident at NAAS Leeward Point, Cuba    VF-82
				124982 1951: VF-172 as R-2xx.
				124983 (VF-172 attached to USS Essex (CV-9)) rolled over side on landing Sep 11, 1951.  Pilot rescued by
					helicopter.
				124984
				124985 1951: VMF-224
				124986
				124987
				124988 (MSN 291) 1952: ? as F-x13.  1959: Bailed to Westinghouse Corp for engine tests.
					Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA. Currently at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar. 
				124989
				124990 1951: VF-171 as R-101
				124991
				124992
				124993
				124994
				124995
				124996
				124997
				124998 w/o  22 Sep 1954  Landing accident, at NAAS Leeward Point, Cuba   VF-12
				124999
				125000
				125001
				125002 w/o  29 Mar 1954  Missing, about 70 miles W. off San Miguel Island, CA
				125003
				125004  VF-12 as T-206.  W/o?  22 Dec 1953  Accident on 'USS Wasp' in Pacific VF-172
				125005
				125006
				125007 w/o  4 Aug 1952  Cr, 20 miles E. of St Augustine, FL Pilot bailed out, but was killed   VF-22
				125008 1952: VF-11.  1958: NARTU Oakland, CA as 7F-133
				125009 w/o  3 Jun 1954  Crash 1 mile SE. of Bithlo, FL    Pilot bailed out    VF-12
				125010
				125011
				125012
				125013
				125014  *? as x-216
				125016
				125017 1952-53: VF-11.  w/o  19 Apr 1953  Crash due to stall, 20 miles W. of NAS Cecil Field, FL    Pilot bailed out   VF-12
				125018 w/o?  15 Mar 1954  Accident on 'USS Wasp' in Pacific VF-172
				125019  Delivered to the United States Navy.  Assigned to VF-62 as F-210, 1952.
				125020 4/21/1952: Crashed near NAS El Centro, CA
				125021 1952: VF-22 as F-114
				125022 1952-53: VF-11
				125023
				125024 1956: NARTU Oakland, CA as F-121
				125025
				125026 1953: VX-3 as XC-46
				125027 1952: VF-11. W/o  13 Jan 1954  T/off accident on 'USS Hornet' in Caribbean   VF-34
				125028
				125029 to VX-5 1951-1953 as XE-11.  W/o?  19 Nov 1953  Accident on 'USS Wasp' in Pacific VF-172
125030/125031		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 343/344.  Fighter-bomber version.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125030 to VX-5 as XE-14 1952-53.1954: VF-74 as L-413.  
				125031
125032/125053		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125032/125033 MSN 346/347
				125034/125035 MSN 349/350
 				125036/125037 MSN 352/353
				125038/125039 MSN 355/356
				125040/125042 MSN 358/360
				125043/125044 MSN 362/363
				125045/125047 MSN 365/367
				125048/125049 MSN 369/370
				125050/125051 MSN 372/373
				125052/125053 MSN 375/376
				125032
				125033
				125034 1955: VF-12 as T-xxx
				125035 VF-22 as F-116.
				125036 1955-57: VF-22 as F-116.  1958: NARTU Glynco, GA as 4G-xxx.
				125037 1951-52: ? as R-213
				125038
				125039
				125040
				125041
				125042
				125043
				125044
				125045 1952: VF-11
				125046
				125047 1953: VF-62 as F-207.
				125048
				125049
				125050
				125051  NATC as TT-2.  1956: NARTU Oakland, CA as F-xxx.  1958: NARTU Oakland, CA as 7F-114.
				125052 *? as F-212.  1954: VF-12 as T-219.  NAS Oakland, CA as 7F-109
					Currently on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				125053 w/o  27 Feb 1954  Missing in Chicago area.     VF-12
125054			McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 378.  Fighter-bomber version.  To NAF-NOTS Inyokern ca 1953-May 1956. NARTU Norfolk, VA as 6S-114.
					Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ  SOC at NAS Cherry Point Jan 28, 1958
125055			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 379.  w/o  6 Jan 1954  Undershot on landing, at Boca Chica Fd, FL      FAWTUCANT
125056			McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 381.  Fighter-bomber version.  Bailed to Westinghouse Corp for engine tests
125057			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 382
125058/125059		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version
				125058 MSN 383.  VF-11 as T-116.
				125059 MSN 385
125060			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				125060 MSN 386.  (VF-11 attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) shot down by AAA 15 mi W of Wonsan, 
					North Korea Dec 30, 1952.  Pilot KIA
125061/125062		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version. Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org 
				MSN 388/389
				125061 1957: VA-172 as AL-307.
				125062 VC-3 as NP-73.  w/o  20 Jan 1955  Cr, due to engine failure, 38 miles off NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba   Pilot bailed out    VF-22
125063			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 391
125064			McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 392.  Fighter-bomber version.  VF-101 as ATG-xx
125065			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 394
125066/125067		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version
				125066 MSN 395.  w/o  31 Mar 1954  Crash due to stall, at NAS Key West, FL    VF-82
				125067 MSN 397. 1954-55: VF-101 as T-103 
125068			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				125068 MSN 398.  1952-53: VF-11 as T-116
125069/125070		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version
				MSN 400/401
				125069 (MSN 400) w/o  1 Mar 1954  Accident on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Mediterranen.    VF-82
125071			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 403.  w/o?  6 Jun 1952  Landing accident (on a test flight)  at NAAS Sanford, FL
125072/125079		McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee
				Reconnaissance version. Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org  
				125072 MSN 246. VC-61 as PP-33.  1957: VFP-61 as PP-55 
				125073 MSN 253. 1951: VC-62 as PL-1.  w/o?  11 Aug 1954  Accident on 'USS Coral Sea' in Med. VC-62
				125074 MSN 258.  w/o  24 Sep 1954  Accident on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Atlantic  VC-62
				125075 MSN 263.  1954: VX-3 as XC-50
				125076 MSN 268
				125077 MSN 276.  1951: VC-62 as PL-4. W/o?  25 Feb 1954  Accident on 'USS Hornet' in Caribbean   VC-62
				125078 MSN 284.  VC-61 as PL-2
				125079 MSN 294.  1952: VC-62 as PL-906.
125080			Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				1954: NTPS.   9/13/1954: Crashed on approach to NAS Patuxent River, MD.
125081			Grumman F9F-4 Panther
				Model G-79.  Modified to test photo recon camera installations and later as testbed for boundary layer
					control system.
125082			Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				1951: NATC as 082
125083/125155		Grumman F9F-2 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org  
				125083 Upgraded to F9F-2B.  1951-52: VF-831 as H-300.  1952: VMF-311 as WL-xx.
					(VMF-311) engine flamed out and crashed short of runway 2 mi NE of (K-3) Pohang AB, South Korea
					Sep 30, 1952.  Pilot killed
				125084 1951-52: VF-837 as H-407.
				125085
				125086 (VF-23) midair collision Apr 11, 1951 with 125111 near El Centro, CA  Pilot bailed out.
				125087 (VMF-311) in midair collision with USAF L-19 May 11, 1952, no egress
					noted.  Pilot MIA
				125088 5/1951: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1951-52: VF-831 as H-301.  1952: VF-111.  1952: FASRON-11  1952-53: VMF-115.
					1953: VMA-323.  1955: ATU-201.  1957-58: ATU-206.  6/1958: Struck off charge
				125089
				125090 (VF-831) in bad landing on USS Antietam CV-36 off Korean coast Nov 4, 1951. jumped barrier and crashed into 
					parked aircraft ans slid off into the sea.  Pilot and 3 sailors on the deck were killed.
				125092 VF-114 as V-406.  1954: VF-53.  Crashed Jan 7, 1954  near NAAS El Centro, CA. Pilot was killed
				125093 1951-52: VF-831 as H-306  (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0426 Dec 1958.  Coded 2-A-30, then 3-A-111, later 3-A-116
					WFU Oct 1969.  SOC 1971
				125094 (VF-837, F9F-2B) ditched after launch from USS Antietam (CV-36) in Yellow Sea Jan 17, 1952.  Pilot
					survived and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				125095 VF-837 w/o  16 Mar 1955  Ditched, due to engine failure, 41 miles ESE.off NAS Kingsville, TX     ATU-202
				125096 4/1951: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1951: VF-837.  1952: VF-837 as H-408.
					(VF-837, F9F-2B) ditched in Yellow Sea near USS Antietam (CV-36) while returning from a mission due
					to engine flameout Feb 4, 1952.  Pilot survived was was rescued by Navy HO3S-1 helicopter. 
				125097 VF-837
				125098 1951: VF-837 as H-411
				125099
				125100 VF-51
				125101 *? as WL-10. 1952: VF-653 as H-xxx
				125102 (VF-51 attached to USS Essex (CV-9) : Shot down Sep 4. 1951  by ground fire near Haengsan, North Korea. .  Pilot KIA.
				125103
				125104 (VF-52 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA near Chosin Reservoir May 2, 1952.
					Pilot KIA
				125105
				125106 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) engine flamed out and crashed on runway at K-3 Oct 16, 1951.  Pilot uninjured.
					Repaired.  VF-821
				125107 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA in Korea Aug 12, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				125108 1952: VF-653.  9/30/1952: Crashed after take-off from NAS Alameda, CA. Pilot was killed
				125109 w/o?  6 Apr 1953  Accident on 'USS Boxer' in Pacific VF-151
				125110 (VF-52 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) shot down by AAA in Korea Mar 17, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				125111 (VF-23) crashed after midair collision with 125086 near NAS
					El Centro, CA 4/11/1951.  Pilot killed.
				125112 (VF-52) rolled of deck of USS Valley Forge CV-45 during swell off the Korean coast Jan 11, 1952.
				125113
				125114 1954: VF-92.  Ditched Jan 10, 1954  into San Francisco Bay. Pilot was killed
				125115 (VMF-311) crashed on takeoff from (K-3) Pohang AB, South Korea May 18, 1952.  Pilot was 
					injured and survived.
				125116 VMF-311 as WL-xx.  1956: ATU-206.(F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0421 Dec 1958.  Coded 2-A-25, 2-A-106, 3-A-106.  
					WFU Oct 1969.  SOC 1971. Preserved Puerto Belgrano naval base, Bahia Blanca in 2011.
				125117 (VF-23, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA over North Korea Jul 28, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				125118 1951: VF-51 as S-107.
				125119
				125120
				125121 (VF-52 attached to USS Valley Forge (CV-45)) crash landed in water off the Korean coast Dec 28, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				125122 (VF-51 as S-116) from USS Essex (CV-9) sliced through a cable strung
					by the North Koreans expressly for the purpose of bringing down
					aircraft.  Aircraft lost elevator control but was able to fly back
					to K-3 and pilot bailed out Sep 3, 1951.  Pilot was Ens. Neil 
					Armstrong, later to be the first man to walk on the Moon.
				125123 1952: ? as x-115
				125124 1955: ATU-223.
				125125
				125126 w/o  25 Apr 1955  Fatal crash 1 mile W. of La Jolla, CA VU-7
				125127 1951: VF-51 as S-116
				125128 (VF-51) struck by landing aircraft F2H-2 124968 which crashed on USS Essex CV-9 Sep 16, 1951.  7 killed.
				125129
				125130 VF-31.  1953: VF-91
				125131 (VF-51) struck by landing aircraft F2H-2 124968 which crashed on USS Essex CV-9 Sep 16, 1951.  Destroyed in fire and exploded
					while parked on deck.
				125132 VF-51
				125133 (VF-31) flew into water during night landing at Guantanamo Bay 7/31/1951. Pilot killed.
				125134
				125135 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0418 Dec 1958.  Coded 2-A-22, 2-A-103, 3-A-103 in 1965.
					WFU Oct 1969. SOC 1971.  Salvaged
				125136 1951: VF-31 as K-105.  (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0419 Dec 1958.  Coded 2-A-23, 3-A-104
					WFU 1969.  SOC 1971.
				125137 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0427 Dec 1958.  Coded 2-A-31, 3-A-112, later 3-A-117.  WFU Oct 1969.
					SOC 1971.  Salvaged
				125138
				125139 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0447 Apr 1963.  Coded 3-A-113, later 3-A-109, WFU Oct 1969.
					SOC Jun 1971.  Salvaged
				125140 (VF-51) spun in on landing at NAS San Diego, CA 4/18/1951.  Pilot killed.
				125141
				125142 1953: VF-154.  4/19/1953: Ditched into the sea on take-off from USS Princeton
				125143
				125144 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0448 Apr 1963.  Coded 3-A-115.  WFU Oct 1969.  SOC Jun 1971.  Salvaged
				125145 (VF-721, F9F-2B attached to USS Kearsarge (CVA-33)) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Yangdok, 
					North Korea Nov 21, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				125146 (VF-51) ran out of fuel in flight off Leyte 9/5/1951 and ditched.
				125147 VF-51 as S-116.  1954: VF-52.  1/23/1954: Crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA. Pilot was killed
				125148 
				125149 to Argentine Navy as 0416 Nov 1958.  Coded 2-A-20, 2-A-101, 3-A-101.  Destroyed on ground Apr 3, 1963 by Argentine Air 
					Force air strike at Punto Indio to squash Argentine Navy coup
				125150
				125151
				125152 VF-837.  VMF-451 w/o  20 Jan 1955  Fatal crash landing at Camp Elliott, San Diego, CA    VF-53
				125153
				125154 1954: VF-151.  6/23/1954: Ditched into the sea off San Diego, CA. Pilot was killed
				125155 VMF-323.  At one time was at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.
125156/125227		Grumman F9F-4 Panther
				Many completed as F9F-5. Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org  
				125156 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 21, 1954 to Aug 10, 1955.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
					Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. 
				125157 1954: VMF-334.  3/22/1954: Stalled and crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
				125158
				125159
				125160 1953: VMF-451 as AM-19 
				125161
				125162
				125163
				125164 8/1951: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1951-52: VMF-115.  1953: VMF-115 as AE-8.  1954: VMF-312.
					1955: NARTU Saint Louis, MO.  4/17/1955: Crashed on a training flight.
				125165
				125166
				125167
				125168 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain near Pohang AB, South Korea
					along with 5 other Panthers.  Pilot was killed.
					Sep 10, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				125169
				125170 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain near Pohang AB, South Korea
					Sep 10, 1952 along with 5 other Panthers .  Pilot KIA
				125171 1953: MAMS-33.  8/2/1953: Written off in a hard landing at K-3 AB, South Korea.
				125172 1953: VMF-115.  Written off May 2, 1953 in a landing accident at K-3 AB, South Korea.
				125173 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain near Pohang AB, South Korea
					Sept 10, 1952 along with 5 other Panthers.  Pilot was killed.
				125174
				125175 VMF-223 as WP-10
				125176 w/o?  11 Jun 1954  Mid-air accident, 10 miles NW. of Atlantic Field, NC    VMFT-20
				125177 at one time was at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				125178 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain near Pohang AB, South Korea
					Sept 10, 1952 aloong with 5 other Panthers.  Pilot KIA
				125179
				125180 (F9F-4) VMF-115.  On display at Lion's Park, Costa Mesa, CA 
				125181 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain near Pohang AB, South Korea
					Sept 10, 1952 along with 5 other Panthers.  Pilot KIA
				125182 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain near Pohang AB, South Korea
					Sept 10, 1952 along with 5 other Panthers.  Pilot KIA
				125183 VMF-311 (F9F-5) on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				125184 1952: VF-653 as H-101.  w/o?  1 Nov 1953  Landed short at K-3, Korea   VMF-115
				125185  1953: VFMT-20.  Crashed Feb 9, 1953 near Bayboro, NC. Pilot was killed
				125186 to Argentine Navy as 0417 Dec 1958.  Coded 3-A-102.  Destroyed on ground Apr 3, 1963 by Argentine Air 
					Force air strike at Punto Indio to squash Argentine Navy coup. Fuselage to Naval Aviation School 1969
				125187 1952: VMF-223.  11/29/1952: Crashed near Wright-Patterson AFB, OH after a collision with F9F 125206. Pilot was killed
				125188 (F9F-5) preserved with Aerocrafters, Santa rosa, California in Sep 2003
				125189 (VMF-115) Shot down by ground fire over Korea Apr 20, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				125190 w/o  17 Mar 1953  Accident on 'USS Bennington' in Caribbean   VMF-223
				125191
				125192 w/o?  13 Jan 1953  Accident at K-13, Korea    VMF-115
				125193 (VMF-115) crashed due to explosion in cockpit after takeoff from K-3,
					Apr 23, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				125194
				125195 VMF-115.
				125196 NARW-81 as F-106
				125197 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				125198 1953: VMF-223 as WP-xx.  Written off Mar 9, 1953 in a deck accident on the USS Bennington off the Korean coast
				125199 1953: VMF-223 as WP-10.  Crashed through barrier Mar 9,, 1953 while attempting to land on USS Bennington off the Korean coast 
					and fell into forward elevator shaft onto another F9F
				125200
				125201
				125202
				125203 (VMF-115) crashed after midair collision with F9F-4 125215 near Yongwol, Korea
					Mar 26, 1952.  Pilot injured.
				125204
				125205 VMF-334.  NARW-92.
				125206 (VMF-2230 crashed after collision with F9F 125187 near Wright Patterson AFB, OH.  Pilot was killed
				125207
				125208 1953: VMF-223 as WP-22.	
				125209
				125210
				125211 (VMF-115) shot down by AAA over Korea Jan 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA
				125212 1953: VMF-115.  4/21/1953: Crashed on approach to K-3 AB, South Korea
				125213
				125214 w/o  27 Dec 1954  Fatal mid-air at San Jose, CA with 125591
				125215 (VMF-323) crashed after midair collision with F9F-4 125203 near Yongwol, Korea
					Mar 26, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				125216
				125217
				125218
				125219 (VMF-115) missing in action over Korea Dec 3, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				125220 with VF-813 at NARTU Minneapolis as F-118
				125221
				125222
				125223 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into Unmun-san mountain
					Sept 10, 1952 along with 5 other Panthers.  Pilot KIA
				125224
				125225
				125226 VMF-115
				125227
125228/125313		Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org  
				125228 hit ramp on landing on Midway 6/23/1951.  Pilot injured.  The film in which the forward fuselage broke away and
					 rolled down the deck, pilot suffering burns, has been used in several motion pictures.
				125229
				125230
				125231
				125232 1954: VF-84 as E-415.  1954: Crashed while landing on USS Lake Champlain. Date? Repaired?
				125233
				125234 8/22/1952: Crashed near NAS Patuxent River, MD due to engine failure
				125235 1955: VMFT-20 as LF-xx
				125236 VF-43
				125237 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  W/o  5 May 1955  Fatal takeoff accident at MCAS Mojave, CA    VMA-224
				125238
				125239 
				125240 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic teamfitted with experimental nose-mounted inflight refuelling probe.
				125241
				125242
				125243
				125244 w/o  11 Apr 1953  Fire, on takeoff from 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean.    VF-73
				125245
				125246 1954: VF-81.  Crashed Feb 11, 1954 near NAF Leeward Point, FL
				125247
				125248
				125249 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  1955: VU-7 as UH-43
				125250 w/o?  22 Aug 1954  Accident on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Caribbean   VF-84
				125251 w/o?  6 Apr 1954  Accident at NAS Oceana, VA     VF-81
				125252
				125253
				125254
				125255 w/o?  18 Aug 1954  Accident on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Caribbean   VF-84
				125256
				125257 1953: VF-43.   7/23/1953: Ditched after take-off from USS Wasp. Pilot was killed
				125258 1952: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  1952: VF-73 as L-303.  3/28/1952: Crashed after take-off due to engine failure. Pilot was killed
				125259
				125260 w/o  2 Mar 1955  Fatal crash at Spencer, FL    VF-102
				125261
				125262
				125263 w/o?  28 Jul 1952  Accident at ALF, Edenton, NC VMF-224.  Struck 125264
				125264 w/o?  28 Jul 1952  Struck by 125263    VMF-224
				125265 w/o?  14 Jun 1955  Mechanical fault landing at MCAS Mojave, CA     VMA-323
				125266 w/o  24 Jun 1955  Fatal crash at Rocket Range #2, Atlantic Field, NC    VMFT-20
				125267 w/o?  13 Aug 1954  Mechanical fault landing at MCAS Cherry Point, NC    VMFT-20
				125268
				125269 1951: VF-73 as L-xxx.  Crashed Nov 4, 1951 on take-off from NAS Quonset Point, RI due to engine failure. Pilot was killed
				125270 VF-84
				125271
				125272 1953: VF-72.  8/29/1953: Ran out of gas and crashed near NAS Quonset Point, RI
				125273 1954: VMF-224.  7/19/1954: Ditched into the sea off Okinawa
				125274 1952: VF-73.  11/21/1952: Crashed near NAS Jacksonville, FL. Pilot was killed
				125275
				125276
				125277 VMCJ-3.  Currently preserved at Planes of Fames, Chino, CA
				125278 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  1955: VU-7 as UH-39
				125279
				125280
				125281
				125282
				125283 was with Blue Angels. Damaged in midair collision at Corpus Christi, TX Jul 7, 1952.
				125284 1954: VF-93.  7/27/1954: Crashed on a flight off USS Hornet
				125285 
				125286 was Blue Angels #4.  Crashed after a midair collision with 125208 at Corpus Christi, TX Jul 7, 1952.
					Pilot ejected but did not leave seat and was killed.
				125287
				125288
				125289
				125290
				125291 1952: VF-73.   7/22/1952: Ditched into the sea off NAS Quonset Point, RI in bad weather. Pilot was killed.
				125292
				125293 1953: VF-192.  4/19/1953: Crashed near Livermore, CA. Pilot was killed
				125294 1952-53: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.   1953: VF-111 as V-xx6
				125295 owned by US National Naval Avation Museum.  Noted summer 2003 
					at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
				125296
				125297
				125298
				125299
				125300 w/o  20 Apr 1955  Fatal crash Hancock Creek, NC VMFT-20
				125301
				125302 1952: VF-73.  7/22/1952: Ditched into the sea off NAS Quonset Point, RI in bad weather. Pilot was killed.
				125303
				125304 1955: VMFT-20 as LF-6.  Crashed after midair collision with F9F-5 126091 3 mi SW of MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 1, 1955.  
					Both pilots ejected safely.
				125305 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team
				125306 w/o  2 Sep 1952  Structural failure, 15 miles W. of NAAS El Centro, CA   Pilot bailed out   VF-783
				125307 VF-111
				125308 1952: VF-73.  9/29/1952: Crashed in Rhode Island after engine failure
				125309 w/o?  21 Oct 1954  Accident on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Mediterranean.    VF-84
				125310
				125311 1952-53: VF-783 as D-203.  VMFT-20.  ? as LF-10
				125312 1953: VF-783.  1953: VF-122 as D-2xx. (VF-122) fell overboard from USS Oriskany CVA-34 in rough seas off the Korean
					coast durning a respot on the deck
				125313 1953: VF-121 as D-112 
125314/125321		Grumman F9F-5P Panther
				Model G-79.  Unarmed reconnaissance aircraft. Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125314 Converted to DF-9E drone.  Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.  3/21/1963: Struck off charge
				125315 Converted to DF-9E drone.  Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.   5/21/1965: Struck off charge
				125316 Converted to DF-9E drone. 1961-62: VU-5 as UE-38.  Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ, SOC Aug 19, 1963.
					Was at Pioneer's Park, Mesa, AZ  Later on display at USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, 
					California, Noted Oct 1996 at WASP Aviation Museum, 
					Quartzite, AZ, painted as 123517.  By Sep 2011 was in bad shape.  To Palm Springs Air Museum,
					California undergoing complete restoration.
				125317 1955-56: VC-61 as PP-26.  Converted to DF-9E drone.  Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.  3/21/1963: Struck off charge
				125318 w/o?  4 Aug 1953  Force landed, due to engine failure, at MCAS Miami, FL    VMJ-3
				125319 Converted to DF-9E drone.  Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.  3/21/1963: Struck off charge
				125320 VMJ-3
				125321
125322/125409		Vought F7U-2 Cutlass 
				contract cancelled
125410/125411		Vought F7U-3 Cutlass
				contract cancelled
125412/125413		Douglas XA3D-1 Skywarrior
				MSN 7588/7589
				125412 To NATC Patuxent River, Maryland.  diverted to ground training, Memphis TN.
				125413 was on display aboard USS Intrepid, New York, now (2005) at Johnstown-Fulton County Airport, NY, on loan from
					National Naval Aviation Museum.
125414/125443		Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				Originally ordered as 125447/125459.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125414
				1254151952: ? as D-101.  VF-781.
				125416 1954: VF-94 as N-409
				125417
				125418 (VF-72) ditched on takeoff from USS FDR 7/20/1951.
				125419 1953: VF-791. 1953: VF-142 as A-222.  Crashed Mar 10, 1953  at NAS Miramar, CA after a collision with a USAF F-86
				125420 
				125421 
				125422
				125423
				125424 .
				125425 VF-64.  NATTU as 003
				125426 1952: VF-781 as D-106.  11/18/1950: Credited with shooting down four MiG-15s over the Yalu River. The pilots were most likely Soviets.
					11/18/1952: Written off after returned to USS Oriskany with battle damage. Pushed overboard.
				125427  VMF-311
				125428 (VF-122) hit by AAA over Wonsan, North Korea Apr 20, 1953 and crashed 10 Mi E of Hodo Pando
					Peninsula, North Korea, in the Sea of Japan Apr 20, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				125429 1953: VF-783.  1953: VF-122.  1953: VF-153 as H-xxx.  (VF-153) ditched in Sea of Japan after engine flamed out Jul 9, 1953.  
					Rescued by Navy helicopter from (K-18) Kangnung AB, South Korea.
				125430
				125431
				125432  
				125433 1955: VF-192 as B-208
				125434 in 1997 was operated by R. A. Christgau of Edina, MN as N1332F.  Registered to James Dale Aug 6, 2013, no 
					airworthiness certificate
				125435
				125436
				125437
				125438
				125439
				125440 1953: VF-63 as M-202.  1954-55: VF-84 as E-415
				125441
				125442
				125443
125444/125445		McDonnell XF3H-1 Demon
				125444 first flight Aug 7, 1951.  Destroyed soon after first flight
125446			Kaman K-225 prototype
				Kaman Aircraft Company development of the Model K-125 and K-190.   Did not have military designation
				May have been the helicopter transferred to the US Coast Guard as 239/1239
125447/125476		Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				Contract cancelled, and delivered as 125414/125443
125477/125478		Kaman K-225 prototypes
				Did not have military designations.  Kaman Aircraft Company development of the Model K-125 and K-190. Purchased March & June 1950
				125477 reengined with 175 hp Boeing 502-2 to become world's first 
					turbine helicopter.  Donated 1957 to the Smithsonian Institution. In 1985, the National Air and Space Museum loaned the K-225 to 
					Kaman to restore it in preparation for exhibition during the company's 40th anniversary celebrations.  
					Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				125478 registered N401A and on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley Airport, Windsor Locks, CT
125479/125488		Douglas A2D-1 Skyshark
				MSN 7590/7599
				125480 suffered gearbox failure and crashed near Lake Los Angeles Aug 5, 1954.  Pilot 
					ejected safely.
				125485/125488 completed but not flown.  
					125485 later donated to Ontario Air Museum.  When this museum went defunct, placed in storage.  
						Later given to Planes of Fame Museum minus it engine.  Noted at Chino, CA Oct 5, 1994 
						under restoration to static display condition and looking substantially complete.  Was
						trucked to Idaho Falls Airport and restored to display status by Pacific Fighters. 
						Now displayed at Gillespie Field Annex of San Diego Air and Space Museum.
125489/125499		Grumman F9F-5 Panther 
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125489
				125490 1952: VF-653 as H-113
				125491
				125492
				125493
				125494 1953: VF-111
				125495 (VF-153) shot down by AAA and crashed N of Tanchon, 10 mi SWo of Songjon, North Korea
					Mar 17, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				125496
				125497
				125498
				125499
125500			McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 404.  Fighter-bomber version
125501			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 406.  Disposition from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				1952-53: VF-11.  1956: NARTU Niagara Falls, NY as H-1xx
125502			McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 407.  Fighter-bomber version
125503			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 409.  1952: NOTS China Lake, CA.  Crashed near NAS China Lake, CA Jul 10, 1952 due to wing failure.  Pilot killed.
125504/125505		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version
				125504 MSN 410
				125505 MSN 412
125506/125515		Sikorsky HO4S-1
				For US Navy.  MSN and delivery dates from helis.com
				125506 (MSN 55006) delivered to US Navy Aug 31, 1950.  noted Sep 5, 1987 at Florence Air and Missile Museum,
					Florence, SC. Later on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.  In 2014 was
					at Historic Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				125507 (MSN 55007) delivered to US Navy Dec 7, 1950.   Preserved at El Mirage
				125508 (MSN 55008) delivered to US Navy Dec 8, 1950.  w/o  12 Mar 1951  Ditched, due to engine failure, 20 miles SE off Key West, FL   VX-1
				125509 (MSN 55009) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1951.  to US Coast Guard as 5509
				125510 (MSN 55010) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1951. w/o?  12 Dec 1951  Accident at Ellicott City, MD   HMX-1 
				125511 (MSN 55011) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1951.  
				125512 (MSN 55012) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1951.  To civil registry as N9006R, expired Dec 31, 2013.
				125513 (MSN 55013) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1951.  to civil registry as N9756Z, cancelled Aug 7, 2013.
				125514 (MSN 55014) delivered to US Navy Feb 23, 1951.  w/o  8 Aug 1951  Ditched, due to engine failure,  40 miles SE off Key West, FL   VX-1
				125515 (MSN 55015) delivered to US Navy Feb 23, 1951.   Preserved at Pensacola Museum, but was
					originally a Navy CH-19, displayed in Coast Guard markings.
125516/125527		Sikorsky HO5S-1
				Sikorsky Model S-52-3 for US Marine Corps
				125516 (MSN 52009) to N6994C
				125517 (MSN 52010) to N8002E.  In 2013 was in Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy center Museum at Dulles Airport
				125518 (MSN 52011) w/o?  18 Apr 1952  Crash during auto landing exercise at MCAS Quantico, VA    HMX-1
				125519 (MSN 52012) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				125520 (MSN 52013) w/o?  28 Mar 1953  Crash landed, due to engine failure, at Munsan-Ni, Korea    VMO-6
				125521 (MSN 52014) to N62EV with Vertical Aviation Technologies Inc, Sanford, FL and
					cancelled Jul 20, 1993.  Registered G-BVBD from Jul 21, 1993 to Apr 9, 2002
				125522 (MSN 52015)
				125523 (MSN 52016)
				125524 (MSN 52017)
				125525 (MSN 52018)
				125526 (MSN 52019) to N4645S
				125527 (MSN 52020)
125528/125531		Kaman HOK-1
				Kaman Aircraft Company Model K-600.  Delivered to US Marine Corps.  Redesignated OH-43D in 1962.
				125528 to N5160Q May 1970.
125532			Hiller HTE-1 
				UH-12A from Army evaluated by Navy.  Hiller Helicopters Model 360. Based on the US Army UH-12A 
				for the US Navy designated HTE-1
125533/125648		Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warBirdresourcegroup.org
				125533 w/o?  20 Aug 1953  Landing accident on 'USS Tarawa' in Atlantic   VF-72
				125534 (VF-111 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) ran out of fuel and ditched Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot rescued
					by helicopter.
				125535 1953: VF-144.  Crashed Aug 10. 1953 near Brawley, CA. Pilot was killed
				125536
				125537
				125538 VF-53 as S-109. w/o?  9 Apr 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Yorktown' in Pacific    VF-64 
				125539 crashed SW of Wrightwood in San Gabriel Mountain, CA Feb 2, 1957.  Pilot killed.
				115540
				125541 1952-53: VF-783 as D-213.  1953: VF-122
				125542
				125543 VF-154
				125544 (VMF-311) hit by small arms fire and ditched near
					friendly territory of Pusan, South Korea Jul 17, 1953.  Pilot sustained minor injuries.
				125545 1952: VF-783.  7/25/1952: Stalled and crashed near Colorado Springs, CO
				125546
				125547
				125548 VF-783.  w/o  28 Feb 1955  Missing in Lake Michigan, IL area VMA-323
				125549
				125550 VF-102
				125551 1952: VF-791. 11/19/1952: Crashed on the Chocolate Mountain Gunnery Range, CA. Pilot was killed
				125552 VF-112 as V-213.
				125553 1954-55: VF-114 as V-409.
				125554 125554  w/o  25 Oct 1954  Crash landed, due to engine failure, near K-3, Korea    VMF-311
				125555 w/o?  31 Aug 1954  Structural failure on 'USS Essex' in Pacific    VF-64Info. from AAIR)
				125556 VF-63
				125557 (VF-153) shot down by AAA in Korea Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				125558 (VF-61) collided in midair Jan 31, 1953 with F9F 125583 off USS Midway enroute from Gibraltar to Augusta Bay.
					Both pilots killed.
				125559 1952: VF-653 as H-110
				125560 1953: VF-111.  3/20/1953: Ran out of gas and ditched into the sea off San Nicholas Island, CA
				125561 w/o?  8 Oct 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Atlantic    VF-63
				125562
				125563
				125564 1953-54: VF-192 as B-201
				125565 VF-111
				125566
				125567
				125568 VF-111.  VF-192
				125569 VF-114
				125570
				125571 
				125572 VF-113.  w/o  11 Apr 1953  Force landed, due to engine failure, at NAS Miramar, CA   VF-113
				125573 (VF-153 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) ditched into Sea of Japan due to low fuel Jun 13, 1953.  Pilot
					rescued by helicopter.
				125574
				125575 NATC, at NAS Patuxent River, MD
				125576
				125577 1956: VMA-223 as WP-24
				125578 ditched into Long Island Sound of Port Jefferson Harbor, NY Dec 20, 1951 due to engine flameout while on 
					test flight from Grumman factory.  Pilot was uninjured.
				125579 w/o  16 Nov 1954  Fatal crash  near Port Lyautey, French Morocco    VF-84
				125580
				125581
				125582 1953: VF-72.  11/19/1953: Ditched into the Mediterranean Sea. Pilot was killed
				125583 (VF-61) collided in midair Jan 31, 1953 with 125558 off USS Midway enroute from Gibraltar to Augusta Bay.
					Both pilots killed.
				125584
				125585
				125586 VF-111
				125587
				125588
				125589
				125590 VF-153
				125591 VF-153  w/o  27 Dec 1954  Fatal mid-air at San Jose, CA  with 125214
				125592
				125593 w/o  15 Apr 1955 Fatal accident on 'USS Essex' in Pacific   VF-64
				125594
				125595 (VA-52) crashed into mountain Jan 28, 1955.  Pilot killed.
				125596 ATU-202. w/o?  6 May 1953  Mid-air with target, at Chocolate Mountains Gunnery Range, CA    VF-63 
				125597
				125598 Delivered 15 Dec 1951   VF-192 Jan 1953-Nov 1954
					Featured in the movie “Bridges at Toko-Ri” as B209 flown by “Harry Brubaker” (William Holden)
					MARS-27 Cherry Point Oct 1955- April 1957
					VAH-11 Sanford April 1957-Aug 1957      
					NART Minneapolis Dec 1957-May 1958
					Stored Litchfield Park May 1958
					Stricken Litchfield Park Aug 1959, 1567 hours
				125599 w/o?  17 Mar 1954  Landed short at NAS Alameda, CA VF-64
				125600
				125601 1954: VMF-223.  Ditched Jul 9, 1954 into Tokyo Bay, Japan
				125602
				125603
				125604
				125605
				125606 1953-54: VF-114 as V-4xx
				125607 w/o?  7 Jun 1955  Mid-air with target, near Mojave, CA VMA-323
				125608
				125609
				125610 1954: VMF-223.  Ditched Jul 9, 1954  into Tokyo Bay, Japan due to engine failure. Pilot was killed
				125611 w/o  25 Aug 1953  Force landed, due to engine failure, at Imperial County Airport, CA    VF-144
				125612 VF-111.  VMA-223 as WP-3
				125613
				125614 VMA-223
				125615
				125616
				125617
				125618 1953: VF-63 as M-210
				125619
				125620 
				125621
				125622 1953: VF-102.  7/19/1953: Crashed near Imeson APT, Jacksonville, FL. Pilot was killed
				125623 1952: VF-111.  11/17/1952: Stalled and crashed near NAS Miramar, CA. Pilot was killed
				125624
				125625 1954: VF-63.  1/28/1954: Ran out of fuel and crashed in Japan
				125626 w/o  16 Dec 1953  Taxi accident on 'USS Bennington' in Med.   VF-72
				125627
				125628 1953: ? as E-412. w/o  2 Mar 1955  Fatal mid-air, with 126191,  near NAAS EL Centro, CA 
				125629
				125630 1953: VF-84.  7/31/1953: Ditched after take-off from USS Bennington
				125631 w/o?  13 Feb 1953  Landing accident at NAS Leeward Point, Cuba    VF-83
				125632 w/o?  2 Oct 1952  Crash landed at NAS Barber's Point, HI VF-783
				125633
				125634 1954: VF-192 as B-202
				125635
				125636 1957: FASRON-117
				125637
				125638 1953: VMF-224.  7/14/1953: Crashed near ALF Edenton, NC
				125639
				125640
				125641 w/o  26 Oct 1954  Overshot on landing at Anderson A/p, SC   VMFT-20
				125642 1954: VMF-314.   1/27/1954: Crashed on approach to NAS Atsugi, Japan
				125643 1954: VF-102.   6/27/1954: Crashed on approach to NS Sangley Point, FL.
				125644 1/1952: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1952-53: VF-112.  1953: VF-111 as V-102.  1953-54: FASRON-11.  1954-55: VMF-314.
					NAATC Kingsville, TX.  5/1958: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				125645
				125646 1953: VF-73.  Crashed May 10, 1953 on the deck of USS Tarawa. Pilot was killed.
				125647
				125648 1953: VF-81.  12/22/1953: Crashed near Lake Drummond, VA after a collision with F9F 126056. Pilot was killed.
125649			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 413.  1952-53: VF-11 as T-111
125650/125651		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 415/416.  Fighter-bomber version
125652			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 418. 1952-53: VF-11.
125653/125654		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version
				125653 MSN 419.  W/o  7 Jul 1953  Fatal crash 10 miles WNW. of Calvi, Corsica    SWDU-2
				125654 MSN 421.  W/o?  18 Nov 1954  Accident on 'USS Midway' in Atlantic    VF-101
125655			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 422.  1952: VF-11.  W/o  31 Jul 1953  Fatal crash due to stall, at NAS Jacksonville, FL   VF-11
125656/125657		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				MSN 424/425.  Fighter-bomber version
				125656 w/o?  23 Oct 1954  Accident on 'USS Lake Champlain' in Mediterranean.   VF-82
				125657 (VC-4) crashed Jan 15, 1953 off USS Midway enrout from Barcelonia to Algiers
125658			McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				MSN 427
125659/125662		McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee
				Fighter-bomber version.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125659 MSN 428.  1952: VC-4 as NA-607.  1955: ? as T-102
				125660/125661 MSN 430/431
				125662 MSN 433.  1953: VC-4 as NA-608
125663/125679		McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125663 MSN 434.  1952-53: VF-11 as T-114.
				125664 MSN 436.  1953: VF-11.
				125665 MSN 438.  1957: VA-172 as AL-302.
				125666 MSN 439
				125667 MSN 441
				125668 MSN 443.1952-53: VF-11 as T-1xx.  1/23/1953: Shot down by ground fire near Wonsan, Korea. Pilot was killed  
				125669/125670 MSN 445/446
				125671 MSN 448. 1952: VF-11. W/o  15 Feb 1955  Fire on aircraft, crash near Port Lyautey, French Morocco    Pilot bailed out    VF-34 
				125672 MSN 449. USN Reserves as 7F-137
				125673 MSN 451. 1956: NARTU Niagara Falls, NY as H-111
				125674 MSN 453. 1950: VF-11 as T-112.  1952: VF-11 as T-112
				125675 MSN 455.  1952-53: VF-11.  ? as T-107.  W/o  21 Aug 1953  Fatal crash due to structural failure, 5 miles SE. of Jacksonville, FL    VF-11
				125676 MSN 457.  W/o?  29 Jul 1952  Barrier cr, on 'USS F.D. Roosevelt' in Caribbean    VF-172
				125677 MSN 459.  1953: VF-172 as R-211.  To NAF China Lake as 677 by Sep 1956.  SOC at NAS China Lake Dec 17, 1958  
				125678 MSN 461. *? as F-xxx.
				125679 MSN 462
125680/125706		McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee
				Reconnaissance version.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125680 MSN 308. VX-3 as XC-51.  VMJ-2 as MT-11.  1957: VFP-61 as PP-51. 
				125681 MSN 315. 
				125682 MSN 321
				125683 MSN 324. *? as PL-903. 1957: VFP-62 as GA-919.
				125684 MSN 329 VC-62 as PL-910.  1952: VMJ-1 as MW-8.
					8/29/1952: Written off after crash landing at Kimpo AB, South Korea due to battle damage. Pilot uninjured.
				125685 MSN 333. VMJ-1 as MW-8. 
				125686 MSN 336.  W/o  7 Jan 1954  Accident on 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean.. VC-63
				125687 MSN 339.  1953: VMJ-1 as MW-3
				125688 MSN 342  (VF-11) shot down by AAA near Wonsan, North Korea Jan 23, 1953.
				125689 MSN 345.  1953: VMJ-1 as MW-4.
				125690 MSN 348.  Owned by National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.
					Noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Museum, Elmira, NY.  In 2012 was at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
					On loan from the Marine Corps Museum at Quantico, Virginia.
				125691 MSN 351
				125692 MSN 354. 1954-55: VC-61 as PP-5x 
				125693 MSN 357. HEDRON-2 as LL-4.
				125694 MSN 361
				125695 MSN 364. 1957: VC-62 as T-912.  W/o  16 Oct 1953  Ditched, out of fuel, on approach to 'USS F.D. Roosevelt' in Mediterranean.    VC-62
				125696 MSN 368. 1953: VMJ-2 as MT-12 
				125697 MSN 371.  *? as PL-911.
				125698 MSN 374
				125699 MSN 377.  1955: ? as PP-62. W/o?  15 Sep 1952  Landing accident at K-3, Korea   VMJ-1 
				125700 MSN 380.  W/o?  17 Sep 1952  Landed short at K-3, Korea   VMJ-1
				125701 MSN 384. 1957-58: VFP-61 as PP-948
				125702 MSN 387.  VFP-61 as PP-58.  W/o?  27 Sep 1954  Accident on 'USS Coral Sea' in Atlantic    VC-62
				125703 MSN 390.  VMJ-2 as MT-10.  1954: VC-62 as PL-902.  1956-57: VFP-61 as PP-58
				125704 MSN 393.  1953: ? as PL-902
				125705 MSN 396.  w/o  26 Dec 1953  Landed short at MCAS New River, NC VMJ-2
				125706 MSN 399.  W/o  30 Apr 1952  Ditched, due to mechanical fault, 2 miles S.off NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba   VF-62	
125707/125764		Douglas AD-4N Skyraider
				MSN 7600/7657
				125708 (MSN 7601) W/o  3 Mar 1952 Accident at NAAS Cecil Field, FL   VC-62
				125709 (VC-35) vanished during night mission Jan 28, 1953.
				125710 (VC-35 attached to USS Essex (CVA-9)) hit by AA and ditched near Yang-do Aug 8, 1952.  Crew of 3
					rescued.
				125711 w/o?  16 Feb 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Philippine Sea' in Pacific    VC-35
				125712 (VC-35) bad takeoff from USS Kearsarge CV-33 Oct 5, 1952.
				125714 (MSN 7607) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125714
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.16. Delivered Jun 10, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Jun 1960. Callsign F-TFQO; code 20-QO.  W/o Apr 4, 1963
				125715 (MSN 7608) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125715
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.13. Delivered May 23, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May 1960. Callsign F-TFQL; code 20-QL
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Feb 1963. Callsign F-TFQO; code 20-QO
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1963. Callsign F-TGFC; code 20-FC
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125715. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
				125716 (MSN 7609) to USN Apr 27, 1952.  To storage at Litchfield Park, AZ 1958.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125716
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.11. Delivered May 27, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May 1960. Callsign F-TFQJ; code 20-QJ
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Nov 1962. Callsign F-TFQL; code 20-QL
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1963. Callsign F-TGFX; code 20-FX
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 3Apr64
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Jan 28, 1967
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Jun 24, 1969
					Assigned to EAA 2/21 Apr 29, 1970. Callsign F-TGZC; code 21-ZC
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Jan 26, 1973
					Assigned to EAA 1/22 Apr 1, 1974. Callsign F-UIDG; code 22-DG
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 30Oct75. To GIA Dec 21, 1976
					To Armée de l'Air Tchad / Chad Air Force Mar 1977 as 125716
					Recovered from Chad  and registered 21Aug89 as F-AZFN, current. Operated by Societe de Developpement 
						et de Promotion de l'Aviation
				125717 (MSN 7610) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125717
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.4. Delivered Apr 21, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Apr 1960. Callsign F-TFQC; code 20-QC
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Sep 1963. Callsign F-TGFY; code 20-FY
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					Assigned to EC 2/21 Apr 5, 1966
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base May 6, 1968
					Assigned to EC 2/21 Jan 16, 1969
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Sep 13, 1971
					Assigned to EC 1/21 Apr 28, 1972. Callsign F-TFLF; code 21-LF.  W/o Jul 24, 1972
				125718 (MSN 7611) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125718
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.6. Delivered Apr 27,  1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May 1960. Callsign F-TFQE; code 20-QE
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Dec 1963
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 3pr 3, 1964
					Assigned to EC 1/21 Mar 23, 1966. Callsign F-TFLH; code 21-LH
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Aug 28, 1968
					Assigned to EC 1/21 Oct 1, 1968. Callsign F-TFLH; code 21-LH
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Jan 6, 1972
					Assigned to ELAA 1/22 Jun 18, 1973
					Assigned to EAA 1/22 Apr 1, 1974. Callsign F-UIDF; code 22-DF. WFU Aug 18, 1975 at N'Djamena, Chad
				125719 (MSN 7612) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125719
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.89. Delivered Jun 28, 1961
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Jun 28, 1961
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Feb 2, 1963. Callsign F-TFLL; code 20-LL
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Oct 31, 1963. WFU May 30, 1964
				125720 (MSN 7613) W/o?  25 Aug 1954  Force landed, due to engine failure, at Springville, AZ     VR-31
				125721 (MSN 7614) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125721
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.8. Delivered May 6, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May 1960. Callsign F-TFQG; code 20-QG
					Assigned to EC 2/20 Oct 1962. Callsign F-TFQH; code 20-QH
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Oct 21, 1963
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125721. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
				125722 (MSN 7615) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French AF.
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125722
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.9. Delivered May 19, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May 1960. Callsign F-TFQH; code 20-QH
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Oct 1963. Callsign F-TGFW; code 20-FW
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125722. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
				125724 (MSN 7617) Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125724
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.23. Delivered Sep 13, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Sep 1960. Callsign F-TFLJ; code 20-LJ
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Dec 1962. Callsign F-TGFK; code 20-FK
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1, 1963. Callsign F-TGFK; code 20-FK
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125724. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
				125725 (MSN 7618) W/o  25 Nov 1953  Stalled on takeoff, at K-3, Korea VMC-1
				125728 (MSN 7621) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125728
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.10. Delivered May23, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May60. Callsign F-TFQI; code 20-QI. W/o Oct 23, 1960
				125729 (MSN 7622) W/o  12 Mar 1954  Force landed, due to engine failure, 1 mile SSE. of MCAS EL Toro, CA     VMC-3
				125732 (MSN 7625) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125732
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.27. Delivered Jul 27, 1960
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Jul 27, 1960. Operated by Centre d'Essais en Vol [CEV] / Flight 
						Test Center - Cazaux.
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Jan 6, 1961. Callsign F-TGFK; code 20-FK.  W/o Jun 17, 1963
				125734 (MSN 7627) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125734
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.24. Delivered Jul 7, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Jul 1960. Callsign F-TFLA; code 20-LA
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Jun 1963. Callsign F-TFLO; code 20-LO
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Dec 1963. Callsign F-TGFV; code 20-FV
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125734. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
				125735 (MSN 7628) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125735
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.40. Delivered Oct 19, 1960
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Oct60. Callsign F-TGFA; code 20-FA
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 28Oct63
					Assigned to GM 2/21 23Apr64
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 3Jun64 for storage. WFU Sep 10, 1965
				125736 (MSN 7629) w/o  9 Sep 1953  Crash 4 miles NNE. of Olancha, CA VC-35
				125737 (MSN 7630)  W/o?  17 Feb 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Randolph' in Mediterranean.    VC-35
				125738 (MSN 7631) (VC-35 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) lost radio contact Jul 14, 1953.  3 crew MIA
				125739 (MSN 7632) reported 1979 at Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  In 2009 was at China Lake NWS, CA, on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				125740 (MSN 7733) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125740
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.12. Delivered May 27, 1960
					Assigned to EC 2/20 May 1960. Callsign F-TFQK; code 20-QK.  W/o May 7, 1962
				125741 (MSN 7634) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125741
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.86. Delivered Jul 25, 1961
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Jun 1963. Callsign F-TGFZ; code 20-FZ
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1, 1963. Callsign F-TGFZ; code 20-FZ
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Oct 8, 1968. Callsign F-TFLP; code 21-LP. Crashed Dec 30, 1970 at Djibouti
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Mar 9, 1971
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Nov 23, 1971. Callsign F-TFLP; code 21-LP.  Accident Jun 6, 1972; WFU Aug 20, 1972
				125742/125764 converted to AD-4NA. These were redesignated A-1D in 1962. 
				125742 (AD-4NA, VF-54 attached to USS Valley Forge (CVA-45)) hit by AAA Jun 3, 1953 and pilot bailed
					out near Sin-Do Island, Wonsan Harbor, Korea.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				125744 (MSN 7637) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125744
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.26. Delivered Jul 13, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Jul 1960. Callsign F-TFLD; code 20-LD
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Nov 28, 1963. Callsign F-TFLY; code 21-LY
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Aug 10, 1965
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Sep 14, 1966
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Aug 9, 1969
					Assigned to ELAA 1/22 Jun 24, 1970
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Jun 28, 1973. WFU Feb 3, 1976
					Probable sale to Jack Spanich Dec 1976, ntu
					Returned to French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125744
				125746 (MSN 7639) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125746
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.31. Delivered Sep 20, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Sep 1960. Callsign F-TFLM; code 20-LM
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Apr 1963. Callsign F-TGFA; code 20-FA
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1, 1963. Callsign F-TGFA; code 20-FA
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 3, 1964
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125746. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
				125749 (MSN 7642) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125749
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.76. Delivered May 9, 1961
					Assigned to EC 3/20 May 1961. Callsign F-TGFW; code 20-FW
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Oct 28, 1963.  WFU May 30, 1964
				125754 (AD-4NA, VF-194 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Boxer CVA-21 
					Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				125755 (MSN 7648) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125755
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.32. Delivered Sep 20, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Sep 1960. Callsign F-TFLL; code 20-LL
					Assigned to EAA 1/21 Nov 25, 1963. Callsign F-TFLU; code 21-LU
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base Apr 10, 1967
					Assigned to EAA 2/21 Aug 11, 1967.  W/o Jun 30, 1969
				125756 (AD-4NA, VF-194 attached to USS Boxer (CVA-21)) hit by AAA May 17, 1953 and ditched offshore 
					from Tanchon, Korea.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				125757 (VA-155 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) crashed at sea Jul 12, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				125759 (VA-95, attached to USS Philippine SEA (CVA-47)) hit by AAA Feb 26, 1953 and crash landed
					in friendly territory.
				125762 (MSN 7655) Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Ferried to NAS Norfolk, VA, for collection by the French AF.
					To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air as 125762
					Modified upon arrival in France by SFERMA in Bordeaux; allocated SFERMA line number No.39. Delivered Oct 5, 1960
					Assigned to EC 1/20 Oct 1960. Callsign F-TFLQ; code 20-LQ
					Assigned to EC 3/20 Mar 1963. Callsign F-TGFI; code 20-FI
					Assigned to GC 3/20 Nov 1, 1963. Callsign F-TGFI; code 20-FI
					Assigned to EAA 601, Châteaudun Air Base 3Apr 3, 1964
					To Royal Khmer Air Force / Aviation Royale Khmère as 125762. Delivered Nov 24, 1964
125765/125782		Douglas AD-4W Skyraider
				MSN 7658/7675
				125772 to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV183
				125773 w/o  13 Apr 1953  Ditched, 200 miles NE. off Malta VC-12
				125776  w/o  13 Jan 1955  Barrier cr, on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific    VC-11
				125779  w/o?  15 Aug 1954  Accident at Macarthur Field, Long Island, NY    VC-12
				125782 w/o  2 Apr 1954  Fatal crash 5 miles S. of Port Judith, RI    VC-12
125783/125882		Douglas F3D-2 Skyknight
				MSN 7977/8076
				Redesignated EF-10B in 1962.
				125785 (MSN 7979) w/o  24 Apr 1954  Accident at MCAS  El Toro, CA   VMF-531
				125786 (VMCJ-1) crashed in Vietinam Mar 24, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				125787 (MSN 7981) w/o?  11 Apr 1954  Ground looped on landing, at K-3, Korea VMF-513
				125793 (VMCJ-1) crashed in Vietnam Jul 17, 1968.  Both crew killed
				125798 w/o?  2 Sep 1954  Landing accident, at MCAS El Toro, CA VMF-542
				125800 w/o  5 Jul 1953  Crash near K-6, Korea    VMF-513
				125806 (VMCJ-1) crashed into sea off Da Nang, Vietnam Jul 31, 1965.
					Both crew killed.
				125807 (MSN 8001) initially flew with Navy Fighter Squadrons. After an Overhaul and Repair (O&R) period in 1955, 
					it became an F3D-2T2 radar-operator trainer, training fighter pilots in radar intercept missions. Its final 
					Navy assignment was as a research and development aircraft at Naval Air Facility China 
					Lake, (Inyokern) California with periodic visits to O&R facilities. In September 1962, the aircraft was 
					re-designated a TF-10B. Its naval service ended in 1968.  Transferred to the Raytheon Company and used for 
					missile development.  Had a fuel cell failure in 1981 while flying out of Holloman AFB,
					NM, made a gear up landing and never flew again. Was cannibalized
					for spare parts until trucked to the Air Combat Museum, Topeka, Kansas in 1990.   
					The aircraft is painted in Korean War markings of Marine Corps Night Fighter Squadron VMF(N)-513, 
					the Flying Nightmares, but this particular Skyknight never flew with the Marine Corps.
				125813 w/o  9 Mar 1953  crashed into Santa Ana Mountains, CA.  Both crew killed.
				125817 (VMF-513) lost Jun 4, 1953.
				125818 (VMCJ-3) crashed at MCAS El Toro Aug 19, 1963
				125827 w/o  24 Aug 1954  Fatal crash near NAS Barber's Point, HI     FAWTUPAC
				125829  w/o?  15 Nov 1953  Landed long at NAS Jacksonville, FL    VF-11
				125831 (VMCJ-1) crashed into sea 15 mi N of Da Nang, Vietnam Jan 16, 1968.  Both
					crew killed.
				125832 w/o  25 Apr 1956 in mid-air with 127067, near Mojave, CA.  Both crew killed
				125833 w/o  21 Oct 1968  Accident at MCAS Yuma, AZ
				125839  w/o  16 Jan 1960  Fatal crash in Japan
				125848  w/o  24 May 1955  Fatal crash near MCAS  Camp Pendleton, CA    VMF-542
				125850 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA, on loan from National Museum of USAF.  
					Being restored in 2014.
				125858 w/o  18 Feb 1954  Fatal crash due to structural failure, near Browne Island, NC    VMF-531
				125863  w/o? 27 Jul 1954  Landed long, at MCAS Cherry Point, NC    VMFT-20
				125865  w/o  18 Mar 1953  Crash near NAS Atlantic City, NJ    VC-4
				125866  w/o 10 Jun 1955  Fire on aircraft, crash 4 miles S. of NAS Quonset Point, RI    Pilot bailed out    O&R DEP
				125870 converted to F3D-2T2.  to NAF R&D China Lake ca 1959.  Reported 2009 to be at Korean War Memorial, 
					Lakewood, CA painted as 127039.
125883/125892		Douglas F3D-3 Skyknight 
				Contract cancelled
125893/125912		Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125893
				125894
				125895
				125896 VF-113.  With VMF-122 (LC-11) in 1952-1953
				125897 1953-54: VF-114 as V-406.   FAGU-30
				125898
				125899
				125900
				125901
				125902
				125903 VF-111
				125904
				125905
				125906
				125907
				125908
				125909
				125910 USN Reserves, at NAS Minneapolis, MN
				125911
				125912
125913/125948		Grumman F9F-4 Panther
				Many delivered as F9F-5.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				125913
				125914
				125915
				125916
				125917 1953: VMA-312.  Crashed Dec 1, 1953 near MCAS Masters, FL. Pilot was killed.
				125918
				125919 VMF-334 as MX-3.
				125929
				125921
				125922 USN Reserves, at NAS Minneapolis, MN.
				125923
				125924 w/o  18 Jun 1955  Fatal crash near NAS Columbus, OH VF-691
				125925 seen 2006 in restoration hangar of Valiant Air Command museum, Titusville, FL
				125926
				125927
				125928 1953: VF-84 as E-412. w/o?  10 Jul 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Wasp' in Caribbean    VMF-314 
				125929
				125930 1952: VMF-115.  2/16/1952: Crashed at K-55 AB, South Korea
				125931
				125932
				125933
				125934 1954: ? as LF-3.
				125935 w/o  10 Jul 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Wasp' in Caribbean      VMF-314
				125936
				125937
				125938 w/o?  8 Aug 1954  Takeoff accident at NAS South Weymouith, MA
				125939 1954: VMF-334.  Ditched Aug 5, 1954  into the sea off Virginia Beach, VA
				125940 w/o?  13 Jan 1954  Force landed, due to mechanical fault, at Middle Hancock Creek, NC    VMA-312
				125941
				125942 (F9F-5) with VF-813 at NARTU Minneapolis, MN	
				125943 1952: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  1954: VMF-312.  4/22/1954: Crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				125944
				125945 Reserves VMF-213.  Crashed Jun 9, 1956 into a residential area near NAS Minneapolis, MN. The pilot and 10 civilians on the ground were killed.
				125946 1954: VMF-334.  7/13/1954: Crash landed at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				125947
				125948
125949/126256		Grumman F9F-5 Panther
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org		
				125949 VF-781.  USN Reserves, at NAS Minneapolis, MN.
					5/30/1957: Crashed in northeast Minneapolis, MN after a collision with F9F-5 125958
				125950
				125951
				125952 VF-154.  1953: VF-153 as H-312
				125953
				125954
				125955 1953: VF-783.  1953: VF-122
				125956
				125957
				125958 USN Reserves, at NAS Minneapolis, MN.  5/30/1957: Crashed in northeast Minneapolis, MN after a collision with F9F-5 125949. Pilot was killed
				125959 VF-114.  VF-122
				125960 1955: VF-144 as A-412.  1956-57: VMF-314 as LW-11
				125961 VF-153. w/o?  21 Jun 1955  Accident on 'USS Boxer' in Pacific VF-144
				125962  w/o?  8 Jul 1953  Landing accident at NAF Leeward Point, Cuba   VF-72
				125963 (VF-122 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) crashed at sea due to flameout Apr 13, 1953.  Pilot MIA
				125964 w/o  30 Jan 1955  Crash 5 miles SE. of Kanggu-Dong, Korea    VMF-115
				125965
				125966 w/o?  28 Jul 1952  Accident at ALF, Edenton, NC   VMF-224
				125967 (VF-783 (VA-121) attached to USS Oriskany (VA-34)) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan harbor, Korea 
					Jan 18, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				125968
				125969 1953: VF-781.  1953: VF-122
				125970 w/o?  31 Jul 1953  Accident at NAAS El Centro, CA FAGU
				125971
				125972
				125973 1955: VF-192 as B-211
				125974 with VMF-122 (LC-6) in 1952-1953
				125975 (VF-51) ditched in Sea of Japan after takeoff from USS Valley Forge (CVA-45) Feb 24, 1953.
					Pilot rescued by Navy helicopter HO3S-1 from USS Los Angeled (CA-135)
				125976 w/o  26 Nov 1954  Fatal takeoff crash at NAS Miramar, CA VF-144
				125977
				125978
				115979 VF-781
				125980 VF-111
				125981
				125982 1953: VMF-224.  Crashed Jan 9, 1953 near MCALF Edenton, NC. Pilot was killed.
				125983 w/o  3 Sep 1953  Fatal crash due to stall, 40 miles E. of  Palafrugell, Spain    VF-83
				125984
				125985 w/o?  8 Jul 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Hornet' in Pacific    VF-93
				125986
				125987
				125988 1953: VMF-122.  10/29/1953: Written off in a landing accident at MCAS Quantico, VA
				125989 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team
				125990 w/o?  12 Nov 1954  Accident at MCAS Cherry Point, NC VMFT-20
				125991
				125992 to VMF 224 in 1952.  To NAS Atsugi and Yokosuka in 1953.  to NAS Alamada and MCAS El Toro and
					ended up in Naval Reserve NAS Minneapolis.  Retured Jul 1959.  For a couple of
					decades locate at Winona's Lake Park.  Moved to Max Conrad Field in 1980s.  Moved to Bowling
					Green-Warren County RAP in Jan 2008 for restoration for Aviation Heritage Park.  In 2012 was 
					on display at Aviation Heritage Park, Bowling Green, Kentucky, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				125993 1952: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  1952-53: VF-72 as L-218.
					w/o?  19 Aug 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Tarawa' in Atlantic   VF-72
				125994
				125995 NATTU as 001.
				125996
				125997 w/o?  1 Aug 1953  Landing accident at MCAS Norfolk, VA VMF-223
				125998 w/o  24 Jun 1955  Fatal crash near MCAS El Toro, CA VMF-314
				125999
				126000 Delivered 29 Apr 1952
					VF-111  Sep 1952-May 1953
					VF-192  Aug 1953-Oct 1954
					Featured in the movie “Bridges at Toko-Ri” as a faux F9F-5P “PP21” while actually assigned to VF-192 as B215.
					VF-64  Oct 1954-Aug 1955
					Fleet Air Gunnery Unit (FAGU) Apr 1956-Apr 1957
					MARS-37 El Toro Apr 1957-Sep 1957
					VU-7 Sep 1957-May 1958
					Storage Litchfield Park May 1958
					Stricken Aug 1959, 1256 hours
				126001
				126002 (VMF-311) suffered fuel starvation due to bad weather and crashed
					near K-3 May 6, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				126003
				126004
				126005 1953: VF-783.  1953: VF-122. 1953: VMF-115.  Crashed Oct 8, 1953 while landing at K-3 AB, South Korea
				126006 (VMF-311) pilot bailed out over Sea of Japan near Pusan, Korea due to battle damage Jul 17, 1953.  Pilot was killed.
				126007
				126008
				126009 VMA-323.  w/o?  30 Jan 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Midway' in Med. VF-21
				126010
				126011
				126012 w/o?  11 Aug 1953  Landed short at K-3, Korea    VMF-311
				126013 VMA-223
				126014
				126015 1955: VMFT-20 as LF-5
				126016 1953: VF-111.  3/19/1953: Ditched into the sea after a bad launch off USS Boxer
				126017 w/o?  26 Jan 1955  Crash 6 miles NE. of MCAS Mojave, CA VMA-223
				126018
				126019 1952: VF-837.  11/15/1952: Crashed on the deck of USS Philippine Sea
				126020
				126021
				126022 VF-102.  1954: VF-192.   Crashed Jul 1, 1954  near Travis AFB, CA after a collision with F9F 126225. Pilot was killed
				126023
				126024
				126025 VF-53 as S-1xx.  w/o?  21 Mar 1955  Force landing, due to engine failure, 2 miles NW. of Tracy A/p, CA    VF-154
				126026 VF-111.  1953: VMF-115.   Crashed Oct 8, 1953  in South Korea.
				126027
				126028		
				126029 w/o?  13 Jan 1953  Accident on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific    VF-837.  126092 also wrecoed
				126030
				126031
				126032 (VMF-311) list in operational accident in South Korea Mar 13, 1953.  Pilot survived
				126033
				126034 6/1952: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1952-53: VF-781 as D-109.  1953: VMF-115.   1954-56: VMFT-20.
					1957: FASRON-51.  1957: VAH-11. 1957-58: VAH-7.  10/1958: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				126035
				126036
				126037 1953: VF-111 as V-134
				126038
				126039 6/1952: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1952: VF-122.  1953: VF-122 as D-205.  1953: VMF-115.  1955: VMFT-10.
					3/26/1955: Crashed on a training flight 28 miles NE. of MCAS Cherry Point, NC.    VMFT-20.  Pilot was killed.
				126040
				126041 (VMF-311) pilot bailed out due to battle damage over Sea of Japan near Pusan, Korea Jul 17, 1953.  Pilot KIA
				126042 w/o 25 Jun 1955  Ditched, off 'USS Oriskany' in Pacific     VF-192
				126043 to NAF China Lake by Nov 1955-Jun 1956. W/o?  28 Jul 1952  Accident at ALF, Edenton, NC VMF-224 
				126044 1954-55: ? as V-xxx.  w/o?  25 Aug 1954  Barrier crash on 'USS Kearsage' in Pacific   VF-114
				126045
				126046
				126047 VF-783
				126048
				126049 with VMF-122 (LC-2) in 1952-1953
				126050 Assigned to VF-112.  Transferred to VMF-122 (LC-23), 1953.  
				126051 VF-84
				126052 w/o  5 Jan 1954  Ditched, due to engine failure, at Horton Bay, NC     VMF-122
				126053 1953: VMF-224 as WK-13
				126054
				126055 1954: VF-84.  Crashed May 6, 1954 near ALF Fentress, VA
				126056 VF-81.  Crashed Dec 22, 1953 near Lake Drummond VA after collision with F9F 125648.  Pilot was killed.
				126057
				126058 VF-154
				126059
				126060 1954: NATC.  9/15/1954: Ditched into Chesapeake Bay off NAS Patuxent River, MD
				126061
				126062 w/o?  17 Oct 1952  Landed short, at NAS Roosevelt Roads, PR    VMF-122
				126063
				126064
				126065
				126066 CAG-2 as M-00 
				126067
				126068
				126069
				126070 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team
				126071 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team
				126072
				126073 (VMF-311) Destroyed Jul 17 1953  in a ground accident at Pohang AB, South Korea when 20mm ammo was ignited by jet blast of another Panther 
					Pilot uninjured.
				126074 w/o?  7 Jan 1954  Accident on 'USS Bennington' in Mediterranean.  VF-72  
				126075
				126076
				126077
				126078
				126079 1953: VF-43.  10/26/1953: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL. Pilot was killed 
				126080
				126081 (VMF-311) crash landed in Korea due to battle damage Mar 23, 1953.  Pilot uninjured.
				126082
				126083
				126084 VX-3
				126085
				126086
				126087 1953: VF-122
				126088
				126089 1953: VF-742 as E-202.  VF-82.
				126090
				126091 1955: VMFT-20 as LF-16..  In midair collision with 125304 3 mi SW of MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 1, 1955.  
					Both pilots ejected safely
				126092 1953: VF-192 as B-2xx.  W/o?  13 Jan 1953  Barrier crash 'USS Princeton' in Pacific  VF-837   (See 126029)
				126093
				126094 1952: VF-781 as D-109.  1954: VMF-224. 5/14/1954: Crashed near Lake Yamanaka, Japan. Pilot was killed.
				126095
				126096
				126097
				126098
				126099 (VF-51 attached to USS Valley Forge (CVA-45)) shot down by AAA S of Wonsan, North Korea Mar 9, 1953.  
					Pilot KIA.
				126100
				126101 1952-54: Flew with the Blue Angels acrobatic team.  VU-7 as UH-44
				126102
				126103
				126104
				126105 w/o?  16 Mar 1953  Landing accident on 'USS Bennington' in Caribbean    VMF-122
				126106 w/o? 7 Jan 1954  Accident on 'USS Tarawa' in Mediterranean.   VF-43
				126107
				126108
				126109 (VMF-311) hit by small arms fire and landed at K-13, Korea on
					fire Feb 16, 1953.  Pilot was Ted Williams, the famous baseball player, and was uninjured.
				126110 1952: VF-837.  10/7/1952: Crashed near NAS Moffett Field, CA. Pilot was killed
				126111 1954: VMF-224.  7/23/1954: Ditched into the sea off Kin Point, Okinawa.
				126112
				126113 1952-53: VF-53 as S-3xx
				126114 1954: VF-102.  6/24/1954: Written off in a barrier crash on USS Tarawa
				126115
				126116
				126117 1952: VF-51.  10/29/1952: Ran out of fuel and crashed near NAS Miramar, CA. Pilot was killed
				126118
				126119
				126120
				126121
				126122
				126123
				126124 (VF-153) crashed into Sea of Japan on takeoff from USS Princeton (CVA-37) and sank right
					away Apr 25, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				126125 w/o?  7 Jan 1954  Accident on 'USS Tarawa' in Med. VF-43
				126126
				126127
				126128
				126129
				126130 1954: VMF-311 as WL-xx.  5/17/1954: Ditched into Yongil-Man Bay, South Korea. Pilot was killed
				126131  1958: VMA-224 as WK-24.  Jan 11, 1958: Written off?
				126132 1953-54: VF-54 as M-408
				126133 VF-916.  1954: VF-83.  2/23/1954: Crashed near Berlin, MD
				126134 VU-1
				126135
				126136
				126137
				126138
				126139 1953: VF-742 as E-217
				126140 w/o?  1 Dec 1953  Barrier crash on 'USS Yorktown' in Pacific   VF-64
			`	126141
				126142
				126143
				126144
				126145
				126146
				126147
				126148
				126149
				126150
				126151 1953: ? as C-102. w/o  23 Jun 1955  Crash due to engine failure, near NAAS  Holtville, CA   Pilot bailed out    FAGU
				126152 1953: VF-121.   (VF-781 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea,
					Feb 2, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
				126153 1952: VF-831.   Crashed Dec 10, 1952 near Livermore, CA. Pilot was killed
				126154
				126155 1952: VF-831.  10/25/1952: Caught fire and crashed near Norton AFB, CA
				126156 w/o?  13 Jan 1953  Landing accident on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific   VF-837
				126157
				126158
				126159 (VA-153) hit by AAA Apr 21, 1953 and ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea.
				126160
				126161 1954: VF-72.  9/21/1954: Crashed near Grenier AFB, NH
				126162 w/o  21 Jan 1955  Cr, near Ocean City, MD    Pilot bailed out   FASRONS
				126163
				126164
				126165 1957: ? as VW-5
				126166
				126167 w/o  26 Nov 1954  Fatal mid-air, near  K-6, Sth Korea VMF-311
				126168 w/o?  16 Jan 1953  Accident on 'USS Princeton' in Pacific     VF-831
				126169 VMF-115
				126170 VF-153.  1954: VMF-115.  4/22/1954: Crashed near K-3 AB, South Korea
				126171
				126172
				126173
				126174
				126175
				126176 1953: VF-111.  Ditched Apr 8, 1953 into the sea on take-off from USS Boxer. Pilot was killed
				126177 1954: VF-63.  1/28/1954: Ran out of fuel and crashed in Japan
				126178
				126179
				126180
				126181
				126182
				126183
				126184 VF(AW)-4.  1954: VMF-224.  7/22/1954: Crashed near Kadena AB, Okinawa
				126185
				126186
				126187
				126188 *? as WL-11
				126189 (VMF-311) ditched due to fuel starvation in bad weather 
					near Kangea, South Korea May 6, 1953.  Pilot rescued by helicopter
				126190 (VF-51 attached to USS Valley Forge (CVA-45)) hit by AAA near Kowon, North Korea Apr 1, 1953.  
					Able to fly out to sea where pilot ejected and
					was rescued, but suffered back injury.
				126191 in midair Mar 2, 1955 with 125628 near NAAS El Centro, CA.  Pilot bailed out.
				126192
				126193 w/o?  12 Oct 1954  Landed short, at K-3, South Korea VMF-115
				126194
				126195 1956-58: VMA-223 as WP-12.  w/o?  30 Apr 1953  Barrier cr, on 'USS Kearsage' in Pacific    VF-114
				126196 
				126197
				126198
				126199 w/o?  21 Aug 1953  Mid-air,  20 miles SW. of Lanai, HI VF-64
				126200
				126201
				126202 1953: VF-121.  VMF-115
				126203 (VF-153 attached to USS Princeton (CVA-37)) hit by AAA over Korea, ditched in Sea of Japan and
					disintegrated on impact May 6, 1953
				126204 (VF-111) ran out of fuel and ditched at sea off Korean coast Jun 19, 1953.
				126205 1953: VF-114.  2/16/1953: Written off in a ground accident at NAAS El Centro, CA
				126206 w/o  8 Oct 1953  Crash due to engine failure, into Naktong Bombing Range, Korea    VMF-115
				126207 VF-153.  1957: ? as VW-10
				126208 1957: FASron-8 as FG-806
				126209
				126210
				126211 w/o?  16 Dec 1954  Landed long, at NAS Sangley Point, Philippines    VF-64
				126212 w/o?  22 Apr 1953  Accident on 'USS Kearsage' in Pacific    VF-114
				126213 (VF-153) ditched May 6, 1953 near Tanchon, North Korea after being hit by ground fire. Pilot was killed.
				126214 1953: VF-112.  Crashed Jul 7, 1953 on the deck off USS Kearsarge. Pilot was killed
				126215 1954: VF-144.  Crashed Jan 12, 1954  near NAAS Saufley Field, FL. Pilot was killed
				126216 w/o?  26 Sep 1954  Landed short, at K-3, Sth Korea VMF-115
				126217
				126218 w/o?  23 Apr 1953  Landing accident, on 'USS Kearsage' in Pacific    VF-113
				126219 (VF-122) crashed on takeoff from USS Oriskany CVA-34 Mar 22, 1953 off the Korean coast.  Pilot MIA
				126220
				126221
				126222
				126223
			`	126224 VMF-115
				126225 appeared in the motion picture *Bridges Of Toko-Ri*  1954: VF-192.
					Crashed Jul 1, 1954 near Travis AFB, CA after a collision with F9F 126022
				126226 FASRON-7.  FASRON-11/.  This aircraft flew combat missions over North Korea with US Navy Fighter Squadron VF-51, the 
					Screaming Eagles, from 2 January until 5 March 1953, when it was damaged in a barrier engagement 
					during a carrier landing. VF-51 was attached to Carrier Air Group FIVE aboard the USS VALLEY FORGE (CVA-45).
					FASRON-10.  VF-93.   VF-154.  FASRON-117.  VMA-323.  USN Reserves, at NAS Minneapolis, MN as x-113.  7/27/1959: Stuck off charge.
					On display in 1977 in Riverview Park, Marshalltown, Iowa.  Was rusting in a field near Elkton, MN
					Put on display at the Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS in 1983.  Still there Mar 2009.  On loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				126227 VMA-323
				126228 1953: VMF-311.  12/22/1953: Flamed out and crashed near Pohang, South Korea
				126229 VF-154 as H-401
				126230 VF-153 as H-313. w/o?  5 Sep 1954  Force landing, due to engine failure, at K-3, South Korea   VMF-311  
				126231 w/o  27 Dec 1954  Fatal crash  3 miles W. of Angang-Ni, South Korea    VMF-115
				126232 1954: VMA(AW)-224.  Crashed Jul 2, 1954  at Itami AB, Japan. Pilot was killed
				126233
				126234
				126235
				126236
				126237 1954: VMF-115.   Crashed Feb 8, 1954  near Andong, South Korea. Pilot was killed
				126238 VF-154
				126239
				126240 1951: VF-53 as S-304.   VF-144 as A-401. w/o?  28 Nov 1952  Barrier crash on 'USS Valley Forge" in Pacific    VF-51
				126241 VF-154.  w/o  9 Mar 1955  Fatal t/off crash on 'USS Essex' in South China Sea    VF-64
				126242 w/o?  19 Dec 1954  Landed short, at K-3, South Korea VMF-311
				126243 VF-154
				126244
				126245
				126246
				126247 Vf-144.  w/o  10 Apr 1953  Fatal t/off crash  400-miles N. off Honolulu, HI  from 'USS Boxer'
				126248 1954: VF-144.  6/18/1954: Ditched into the sea off Palma, Spain. Pilot was killed
				126249 w/o?  25 Mar 1954  Accident at K-3, Sth Korea   VMF-311
				126250 (VF-154) hit side of mountain near Tanchon, Korea Apr 23, 1953.
				126251 VF-154.  VMA-224 as WK-11
				126252 1954: VMF-115.  10/19/1954: Crashed in South Korea
				126253 VF-115
				126254
				126255 VF-111
				126256