US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (10317 to 21191)


Last revised March 2, 2016


10317/10806		Douglas SBD-4 Dauntless
				10317/10394	MSN 2247/2324
				10395/10558	MSN 2355/2518
				10559/10656	MSN 2549/2646
				10657/10698	MSN 2657/2698
				10699/10702	MSN 2729/2732
				10703/10736	MSN 2753/2786
				10737/10760	MSN 2807/2830
				10761/10784	MSN 2861/2884
				10785/10804	MSN 2915/2934
				10805/10806	MSN 2969/2970
				10317 lost at sea near Johnston Island, TH Sep 30, 1943.  Both crew members rescued.
				10338 (VMSB-132) crashlanded Jun 12, 1943 on Cape Cumberland.
				10345 (MSN 2275)Loaned to RNZAF as NZ5022 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial;  transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.   Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948 
				10348 damaged by AAA over Kindu on Gurasai Point, Rendova Island
					Jul 23, 1943 and ditched at Rendova Harbor, east of Allied
					landing beach.  Crew were rescued, but plane sank to bottom.
					The wreck is still down there.
				10384 (MSN 2314) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5042 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Jan 8, 1944. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10389 (MSN 2319) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5019 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar44, SOC Mar48.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				10393 (MSN 2323) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5038  by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Dec 26, 1943. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10404 (MSN 2364) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5032 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10407 (MSN 2367) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as MZ5031 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Dec 17, 1943. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10418 (VS-47) crashed 12/21/1944 Palmyra, South Pacific.
				10460 crashed Oct 14, 1943 while dogfighting with a P-40.  2 crew killed.
				10500 (MSN 2460) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5045 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Jan 26, 1944. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10508 (MSN 2468) Loaned to RNZAF as NZ5021 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge 14Nov43. Stored by Mar44, SOC Mar48.  Undergoing restoration at Pima.
				10515 stalled on landing at NAS Glenview, IL and sank in 
					Lake Michigan 8/8/1944.  Pilot OK.
				10518 (MSN 2478) used in late 1960s by MGM Studios, Culver City, CA as wind machine, then moved to The Air Museum, Ontario, CA.
					Acquired by Yankee Air Corps, Chino, CA and registered N4864J
					Apr 1984. 
				10535 (MSN 2495) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14.  Brought on charge as NZ5029 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Dec 18. 1943. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10539 (MSN 2499) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5024 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.
				10540 (VS-67) lost over Efate, New Hebrides May 21, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				10575 (MSN 2565) ditched in Lake Michigan after takeoff from USS Sable Sep 14, 1944.  Pilot OK.  Salvaged 
					from Lake Michigan early 1990s; in 1997 was under restoration for USAFM, WPAFB.  Noted Jul 2005
					at USAF Museum, painted as 115786.  On loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.   Now hanging 
					displayed at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois.
				10582 (MSN 2572) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5023 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
				10583 (MSN 2573) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5027 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar44, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
				10591 ditched in Lake Michigan after takeoff from
					NAS Glenview, IL 9/29/1944.  Pilot OK.
				10599 (MSN 2589) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5026 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943.
				 	Brought on charge 13Nov43. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
				10607 (MSN 2597) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5040 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo 26Dec43. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10608 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				10625 (MSN 2615) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
					To limited overhaul.
				10632 (MSN 2622) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5020 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge 14Nov43. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
				10636 (MSN 2626) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14. Brought on charge as NZ5043 by 25 Squadron at Espiritu Santo Jan 8, 1944. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Espiritu Santo in late February/early March 1944.
				10681 (MSN 2681) with VMSB-144 ditched into sea off Fougariki Island, 40 mi No Efate, New Hebrides
					Sep 18, 1943.  Both crew injured, rescued by natives, and returned by crash boat the next day.
				10691 (MSN 2691) loaned to RNZAF as NZ5025 from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial; transferred to NZ ownership late 1943. 
					Brought on charge Nov 14, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, no record of disposal.
				10694 ditched in Lake Michigan May 14, 1944 following engine failure after takeoff from 
					USS Sable. Remains recovered mid-1990s and presumably rebuilt.  Now on civil registry as N34N
				10697 crash landed in water off Point Cumberland, Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides June 2, 1943.  Pilot
					killed, gunner swam to safety.
				10715 ditched in Lake Michigan after waveoff from USS Sable 9/3/1944.  Pilot OK
				10771 in hard landing at Branan Field, FL 9/26/1944.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
10807/11066		Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless
				10807/10811	MSN 2236/2240
				10812/10821	MSN 2647/2656
				10822/10841	MSN 2733/2752
				10842/10861	MSN 2787/2806
				10862/10891	MSN 2831/2860
				10892/10921	MSN 2885/2914
				10922/10955	MSN 2935/2968
				10956		MSN 3266
				10957		MSN 1283
				10958/11051	MSN 3267/3360
				11052/11066	MSN 3391/3405
				10825 (VMSB-932) force landing after takeoff from MCAS Eagle Mountain Lake, TX 7/14/1944.  2 crew OK
				10849 (MSN 2794) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5063; brought on charge Apr 17, 1944. 25 Squadron. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				10850 (VN19D8) Naas Chase Fld, Tx; 45.08/08/45; Solo; Undershot landing; pilot injured
				10879 (VMSB-474) crashed on late pull-out on dive bomb run 11/08/1944.  Pilot killed.
				10895 (MSN 2888) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5067; brought on charge Apr 27, 1944. Returned to US 
					Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				10904 (CASU-42) crashed on non-combat mission Pityilu, South Pacific 11/18/1944.  Two crew presumed killed.
				10937 (VMSB-474) in mid-air with 36600 during bomb practice near San Clemente Island, CA 11/05/1944.
					Both crew killed.
				10943 in midair with 36746 during bomb practice at Black Creek Target 12/20/1944.  Force landed
					safely.
				10945 force landed during ferrying 5 mi south of Columbus, IL, 11/28/1944.  Pilot OK.
				10956 (VS-48) crashed on non combat mission near Amchitka, Alaska 11/08/1944.
				10972 (VN19D8) 08/25/45; Hurricane evacuation; Swerved off runway during take-off; pilot OK
				10978 crashed into Pacific Ocean off Devil's Point on island of
					Efate in the New Hebrides while on training flight Mar 11, 1944.  Crew MIA.
				11021 spun-in during landing NAS Master field, FL 10/29/1944.  Pilot killed.
				11057 swerved off runway during takeoff NAAS Cuddihy Field 11/22/1944.  Pilot OK.
11067/11646		Brewster F3A-1 Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1 Corsair licence built by Brewster Aeronautical Corporation
				Some were F3A-1D, which was Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1D Corsair licence built by Brewster 
					Aeronautical Corporation  
				11067/11152 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JS803/JS888
					JS832 (11096) hit derelict house after takeoff from Brunswick
						Jun 18, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft declared DBR.
					JS834 (11098) reported Mar 1946 on dump near Gosport
					JS841 (11105) undercarriage collapsed and sircraft nosed over
						while landing at RNAS Yeovilton Feb 4, 1945.  Aircraft DBR.
					JS852 (11116) crashed following midair collision near Barnstaple
						with Corsair JS703 (BuNo 08698) Nov 9, 1945.  Pilot killed.	
				11153/11162 to Royal Navy as Corsair III JT963/JT972
				11213 assigned to Stratford, CT.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, VA Aug 19, 1944 to Sep 12, 1945.  Assigned to NAS Jacksonville, FL 
				11257 crashed at at sea Mar 16, 1945
				11294/11646 were cancelled
11294/11646		Stinson AT-19 
				Lend-Lease AT-19 Reliants returned from Britain late in the
				war or shortly after.  BuNos reallocated from cancelled F3A-1 batch. hese planes  originally had USAAF serials.
				Previously MSN 77-1/250, USAAF 42-46640/46889, RAF FK814/999 & FL100/163, and MSN 77-251/500, USAAF 43-43964/44213, RAF FB523/772
11647/11648		Allied XLRA-1 
				Allied Aviation Corporation Model LRA prototype amphibious transport glider
				11648 w/o Dec 11, 1943
11649/11650		Snead XLRH-1 
				Snead & Company Model LRH prototype amphibious transport glider.  Contract cancelled
11651/11654		Bristol XLRQ-1 
				Bristol Aeronautical Corporation Model LRQ prototype amphibious transport glider 
				11653 and 11654 cancelled
11655/12227		Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Manually-operated folding wings.
				11673 (VGS-11) crashed into sea during takeoff from New Caledonia Dec 13, 1942.  Pilot rescued by PT-123.
				11676 (MSN 3371) noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, MI
				11697 (VF-10, USS Enterprise) disappeared from Espiritu Santo Apr 18, 1943.  Pilot listed as KLD.
				11702	(VF-9 on USS Ranger) crashed Oct 10, 1942 during gunnery practice when collided with target sleeve and ditched off Bermuda
				11720 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				11721 (VMF-214) crashlanded Apr 7, 1943 due to enemy action
				11729 (VGS-12) crashed into sea during takeoff from New Caledonia Sep 29, 1942.  Pilot rescued.
				11761 (VGF-27) unintentional catapulted into sea from USS Suwannee E of Bermuda Oct 20, 1942.  2 crewmembers
					knocked overboard, 2 died of injuries, 4 seriously injured.
				11777 (VMF-214) suffered engine fire and burned after landing Apr 27, 1943
				11787 (VGS-11) lost overboard due to insufficent speed to takeoff off Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Nov 23, 1942. Pilot rescued
				11828 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s  Was placed in storage
					at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Now on display at
					San Diego Air and Space Museum on loand from NMNA, marked as 30508
				11867 damaged when hit by AT-11 41-27677 while parked at Big Springs, TX Nov 12, 1942		
				11894 and 11895 (both VMF-214) in midair collision Jan 12, 1943.  Pilot of 11894
					was killed, pilot of 11895 bailed out and was rescued.
				11897 (VMF-214) in ground loop Jan 20, 1943 and was surveyed.
				11898 (VMF-214) crashed after spin Feb 3, 1943.  Pilot bailed  out
				11905 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Apr 7, 1943, pilot bailed out
				11906 (VGF-26) was unable to lower the tail hook and went over side Nov 12, 1942. Pilot rescued by USS Corry
				11941 (VMF-214) ditched due to engine failure Apr 15, 1943.  Pilot rescued.
				11969 (VGF-29) ran out of fuel and ditched the Atlantic Ocean S of Bermuda Dec 28, 1942. Pilot rescued by USS Eberle.
				11990 (VGF-29) the tail hook was not down and crashed through barriers into SBD-3 06563 NW of Ascension Island Feb 7, 1943. Pilot unhurt.
				12035 (VMF-214) crashed Mar 14, 1943 afer fuel pump failure.  Pilot rescued 
				12055 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				12065 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				12068 (VMF-214) crashlanded in Solomons Islands Mar 14, 1943 due to fuel starvation.  remains still extant 
					1997 at Vilu War Museum
				12114 at Quantico Air Museum.  Noted Nov 20, 2006 at National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
				12189 (CQTU/A) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
12228/12229		Grumman XF4F-8 Wildcat
				Model G-36
				12228 first flight Nov 8, 1942.  Delivered late Dec 1942.
12230/12329		Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
				Model G-36.  Originally ordered as F4F-7 long-range recon aircraft, changed to F4F-3S floatplane fighter,
					but delivered as F4F-3 fighter trainers.
				12260 crashed into Lake Michigan 3-1-44 recovered 1991 and restored.  Now has civil 
					registration N12260.
				12290 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  In 
					1997 was stored at National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				12296 ditched in Lake Michigan Jun 21, 1943.  While taking off from USS Sable, the 
					aircraft's propeller went into fine pitch. The pilot survived.  Aircraft
					salvaged early 1990s.  Now on civil registry as N3210D.  Acquired by Pacific
					Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor, HI
				12297 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  In 
					1997 was under restoration for Cradle of Aviation Museum, NY.
				12320 ditched in Lake Michigan Mar 31, 1944 and salvaged early 1990s.  In rebuild at Herlong 
					Field, Jacksonville, FL Jul 1992.  In 1997 was displayed at Jay W. Hubbard Aviation Museum, 
					MCAS El Toro, TX.Now reported to be on display in Terminal 2 at Chicago O'Hare Airport.  
12330/12353	 	Beech GB-2 
				12342 (MSN 3108) became N397, then N1532M.  Registered Feb 9, 2006 to Sportiva
					Macchina International P/L of Richmond, Australia as VH-UUV.  VH-UUV appears to
					have reverted to N1532M but reported as again sold to an owner
					in Australia Jul 2007. Registered Sep 7, 2007 to user in Australia as VH-FNS
				12345 (MSN 3179) to CAA as NC236, NC236E, NC236 registered Feb 10, 1972, current
12354/12389		Beech SNB-2 Navigator
				12354 (MSN 4122) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5, later redesignated SNB-5P,  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N9254.
				12356 (MSN 4266) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5 c1949, as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N6283.  Noted in contractor's yard at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona in 2005.
				12357 (MSN 4248) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 May 1951.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962, later UC-45J.  To civil 
					registry as N12357.
				12359 (MSN 4249) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954. To civil registry as N4587.  Noted derelict at Memphis Sep 1985.
				12360 (MSN 4251) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N8646, rebuilt as
					Hamilton Turboliner in 1970.  To HB-GGA, N4846, N706M.  Crashed and destroyed on takeoff at Cleveland-Hopkins
					Ohio Dec 15, 1992.
				12361 (MSN 4252) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N3785A.
				12362 (MSN 4252) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N2201S
				12363 (MSN 4254) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  At NAS Moffet Field.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N90282, RP-C719.  Crashed Manila, Philippines Jul 26, 1989
				12364 (MSN 4255) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US Army
					as C-45J 12364.  To MASDC as 7A041, later CY002.  To civil registry as N32253 in 1983.  Noted dumped
					La Herrera, Dominica in 1991.
				12366 (MSN 4245) transferred from USAAF AT-7 42-2420.   Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N9732.
				12369 (MSN 4269) to N4711V.  Ditched in water due to fuel exhaustion, Annette, Alaska Aug 23, 1966.
				12370 (MSN 4270) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N9230.
					Rebuild as Hamilton Turboliner commenced, but not completed.
				12373 (MSN 4277) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To N8889.			
				12375 (MSN 4279) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1966.
					Transferred to US Army Apr 23, 1966 as RC-45J 12375.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1967.  To N9012, cancelled.
					Last reported on FA Conner dump t Miami Jun 1981.
				12381 (MSN 4285) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To N29038 to Florence
					Darlington Technical education Center, Florence, SC Jan 14, 197u4, cancelled Jan 20, 1981.  Noted at Florence
					Darlington Technical College Apr 1994 as a ground instructional aircraft.
				12385 (MSN 4289) accepted by US Navy  Nov42. Modified with all weather instr panel, new electronics & new Beech MSN N-440. 
					Remanuf to SNB-5P (new MSN N-950) delivered Mar 17, 1953. Photographed as USMC MCAS Quantico. Redesig RC-45J. 
					USN NAS Pensacola flew there 6.5 hrs in May/Jun72. SOC Jun 28, 1972 at Tucson. To MASDC Jun 27, 1972 to Nov 10, 1975 
					with their code #IC255 & 4P NATTUPNCLA marks. Used there in a Desert Storage Test program with 3 other C-45Js. 
					Transferred to US Dept of Agriculture APHIS Screwworm Eradication Program, Mission, TX BS Jan 25, 1974 & reg’d N75017. 
					US Dept of Agriculture, Mission, TX (USCAR Jul 1974, Aug 1980). Photographed derelict in El Paso County, TX in ‘06 with faded 
					RC-45J Navy Pensacola 385 marks.  There is no evidence that the plane was ever used by the US Army.
12390/12392		Sikorsky XJR2S-1
				Operated by American Export Airlines under USN contract with civilian numbers NC41880/NC41882
				12390 (MSN 4401) was NX41880, later NC41880 'Excalibur" of
					American Export Airlines.  Crashed on takeoff Oct 3, 1942
					at Botwood, Newfoundland when flaps inadvertently
					extended to landing position, causing aircraft to stall
					immediately after liftoff. 5 out of 11 crew killed and 6 out
					26 passengers killed.
				12391 did not have an NX number, was named 'Excambrian".  Reverted
					to civilian use after war with various owners as N41881
					until damaged by rocks Jan 3, 1969 while taxying at Charlotte
					Aunalie, US Virgin Islands.  Judged beyind economic
					repair and beached Mar 1972 and converted to a hot dog
					stand.  Donated to National Museum of Naval Aviation at 
					Pensacola, FL in 1976, stored until Apr 1983 when
					moved to Bridgeport, CT for restoration.  Now (2004) on
					display at New England Air Museum.
				12392 did not have an NX number, was named 'Exeter'.  In 1946 sold to Transporte Aereo de Carga Internacional (TACI)
					of Montevideo as CX-AIR.  DBR Aug 15, 1947 while landing in
					River Plate off Montevideo when (allegedly) returning from
					smuggling flight to Paraguayan rebels.  4 out of 5 crew killed
					but both passengers survived.
12393/12404		Douglas R4D-1 
				MSN 6059/6070.  C-47s from USAAF contract (ex 43-30628/30639)
				12393 (MSN 6059) ex USAAF 43-30628.  To NC75489, N57, CF-CTB?
				12394 (MSN 6060) ex USAAF 43-30629.  WFU
				12395 (MSN 6061) ex USAAF 43-30630.  To Colombia, Viarco registered C-409,
					to SAM Colombia as C-506, reregistered HK-506.  To N4118Z, to N32B
					to N3937C, WFU.
				12396 (MSN 6062) ex USAAF 43-30631.  To NC39340, to N69011, to N7H, to Airborne
					Imaging Inc as N737H
				12397 (MSN 6063) ex USAAF 43-30632.  WFU
				12398 (MSN 6064) ex USAAF 43-30633.  To NC30088, later N30088.  WFU and 
					registration revoked.
				12399 (MSN 6065) ex USAAF 43-30634.  To Columbia Air Cargo as NC95486.  Crashed into trees Nov 27, 1947
					while on approach to Yakutat, Alaska.  13 killed.
				12400 (MSN 6066) ex USAAF 43-30635
				12401 (MSN 6067) ex USAAF 43-30636.  WFU
				12402 (MSN 6068) ex USAAF 43-30637.  To NC18649, used for clandestine operations during
					WW2.  To Avianca of Colombia as C-159, reregistered HK-159.  To Panama 
					registered as HP-496, then HP-665.  To Honduras for SETCO as HR-AJY.  WFU and
					stored engineless at Tegucigalpa, Honduras. 
				12403 (MSN 6069) ex USAAF 43-30638.  To US civil registry as NC88752 for transfer to
					Orient Arways of India as AP-ABC named "City of Sylhet", 
					merged Apr 1, 1955 to Pakistan International Airlines Corp.
					Sold Feb 1961 to Ethiopian Airlines as ET-ABF.  Crashed into
					a mountainside Jul 20, 1977 in poor weather enroute from Tippi to
					Jimmi, Ethiopia. 5 killed.
				12404 (MSN 6070) ex USAAF 43-30639.  To NC1198V, to NC95446, to Questor Surveys
					Ltd as CF-FBS. To Soundair Corp May 27 1982 as C-FFBS.  WGFU May 11, 1989.
12405/12446		Douglas R4D-5 
				C-47As transferred from USAAF.  Redesignated C-47H in 1962.
				12405 (MSN 9177) ex USAAF 42-23315.  To US Navy Mar 8, 1943 - VR-2 - MAW-3 Mar 31, 1943 -
					VMJ-353 Apr 22, 1943 - HDN/MAG-25 Jun 3, 1943 - VMN-253 Jun 10, 1943.  Hit mountain 
					on San Christobal Mountain Jul 29, 1943.  10 killed.
				12406 (MSN 9178) ex USAAF 42-23316.  To US Navy Mar 11, 1943 - MAW-3 Mar 31, 1943 - VMJ-353 Apr 26, 1943 - 
					HDN/MAG-25 May 31, 1943.   Crashed on takeoff near Toutouta Jun 8, 1943.  24 killed.
				12407 (MSN 9179) ex USAAF 42-23317.  To US Marines Mar 09, 1943 - VMR-152 Aug 1944 - HDN/MAG-12 Dec 1944 - 
					MAW-1 -HDN/MAG-14 Apr 14, 1945 - MAG-25 - VMR-152 Jul 1945 - EWA-3/MAW-Jul 25, 1945 - US Navy
					San Diego Dec 1945 - Jacksonville Jan 1946 - HDN/FAW-5 Jun 1946 - HDN/FAW-3 Jul 18,
					1946 - Fasron 108 Aug 1946 - Quonset Point Jun 1948 - ... - Marine Corp, Yuma 1956 - Miramar. 
					Converted to LC-47H and delivered to VX-6 Antarctica Oct 20, 1963.  Crashed Lillie Glacier, Antarctic 
					Oct 22, 1964, w/o.
				12408 (MSN 9180) ex USAAF 42-23318.  To US Marine Corps Mar 8, 1943 - VMR-153 Aug 1944 - Jacksonville
					Jan 31, 1945 - Alameda May 1945 -Glenview - Got lost and force landed 2 mi SE of 
					Milwaukee, WI Jun 13, 1945.  SOC Jun 30, 1945
				12409 (MSN 9231) ex USAAF 42-23369.  To US Marines Mar 17, 1943 - HDN MAW Pac Aug 1943 - 
					VMR-153 Sep 1943 - Corpus Christi Jul 1944 - HDN MAW WC Dec 27, 1944 - MAG-35 Jan 07, 1945 - 
					MAG-15 Feb 1946 - MAW-1 Mar 1946 - VMR-152 Apr 1946 - MAG-25 - CASU F-12 Jun 21, 1946 - 
					Fasron-13 Oct 1946 - NAS Pearl Harbour - Alameda Jun 1947 - Quonset Point Mar 1948.  Leased to 
					Ozark Air Lines as N146D then transfered to US Navy, Dept of Natl Defence
					until stored Litchfield Park, AZ. (as N146D), for sale Feb 15, 1966
				12410 (MSN 9232) ex USAAF 42-23370.  To US Marines Mar 17, 1943 - HDN MAW Pac Aug 1944 - 
					HDN AFMF Pac Oct 1944 - HDN MAG-13 Jul 1945 - Corpus Christi Nov 1945 - Jacksonville Apr 1946 - 
					Fasron 4 Sep 1946 - Fasron-102 Dec 1946 - UK Jan 1947 - To US Navy, VR-24.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43348
				12411 (MSN 9233) ex USAAF 42-23371.  To US Marines Mar 16, 1943 - Comfair WC VMJ-353
					Mar 1943 - HDN MAG-25 May 31, 1943 - VMJ-252 Jun 07, 1953.  SOC Mar 30, 1944.
				12412 (MSN 9234) ex USAAF 42-23372.  To US Marines Mar 17, 1943 - VMR-152 Aug 1944 - 
					HDN MAG-15 Nov 1945 - VMR-152 Dec 1945 - Air Pac Ewe Jun 14, 1946 - Pearl Harbor Jun 26, 1946 - 
					Jacksonville Aug 1946 - Pearl Harbor Sep 1946 - San Diego Sep 19, 1946 - FAW-14 Oct 1946 -
					Fasron-110 Jan 1947 - San Diego May 1947 - Quonset Point Nov 1947 - Colombus Jan 1948 - 
					Stored Litchfield Park Jun 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43399.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
				12413 (MSN 9303) ex USAAF 42-23441.  To US Marine Corps Mar 30, 1943 - MAW-0 Mar 31, 1943 - HDN MAG-25 
					May 31, 1943 - Pac 01Nov 1, 1943 - VMR-152 Aug 1944 - SOC Jan 31, 1945.
				12414 (MSN 9304) ex USAAF 42-23442.  To US Marine Corps Apr 1, 1943 - HDN MAG-35 Aug 1944 - Air NaN, Rad -
					Gainesville Dec 1944 - Norfolk Mar 16, 1945 - Gainesville/NATTC Mar 1945 - Corpus Christi Sep 1945 - 
					Gainesville/NATTC Oct45 - Corpus Christi Nov45 - Banana River NATTC Feb 1946 - Olathe/NATTC 
					Oct 1946 - Quonset Pt Aug 4, 1947 - Memphis/NATTC Feb 1948 -San Diego Jun 1948 - card end - 
					xx R4D-5R - Rota, Spain (1959) - Noris (1967) - C-47H China Lake - St Davis Monthan Oct 1973) - 
					Surplus 1977 - N45864 Lambeth Acft Corp, Phoenix, AZ Mar 22, 1979 - Overseas Avn. Miami, FL 
					Oct 20, 1979 - J Rule Knoxville, TN Apr 30, 1980 - Crashed Aug 1, 1980 New Smyrna Beach, FL.
				12415 (MSN 9305) ex USAAF 42-23443.  US Navy Apr 1, 1943 VR-7 Aug 1944 - VR-3 Jun 3, 1945 - VR-7 Oct 1945 -
					Quonset Pt Jun 1946 - Proj High Jump, Antarctica Jan 29, 1947 wfu  Feb 21, 1947 - Sank post 1948 Antartica.
				12416 (MSN 9306) ex USAAF 42-23444.  USNavy Apr 2, 1943 - Test. Patuxent River Aug 1944 - Corpus Christi
					Nov 1945 - Patuxent River Mar 1946 - Chcrry Pt Jun 1948 - card end-, - xx - Scrap Davis Monthan 
					( May 1975 to 1976).
				12417 (MSN 9357) ex USAAF 42-23495. To US Navby Apr 8, 1943, to VR-5 ASug 1944 -- Jacksonville Feb 1946 --
					VR-1 Sep 1946 --Columbus Mar 1947.  To US Marine Corps VMR 152 El Toro Mar 1948.   Assigned to Project 
					Ski-Jump II, a ski failed during taxi for takeoff in rough terrain Mar 27, 1952. The damaged aircraft 
					was SOC and abandoned Apr 8, 1952, 790 miles due north of Point Barrow. Discovered by the Soviets near 
					the Pole of Relative Inaccessibility (80 km west of the drifting polar station SP-2) May 1954; repaired 
					with parts from a Soviet Air Force C-47 with 'zero hours' left (dispatched to the site to be cannibalised 
					and left behind); As operated by Polyarnye Avialinii registration painted on as 'CCCP H417'; in 
					natural metal c/s with probably dayglow tail and (partially) undersides of wings, later with an 
					additional 'lightning-bolt' cheatline; flown to Kresty Jun 15, 1954; used to resupply the 
					drifting polar station SP-3 Oct 1954; DBR in late 1954 on landing at SP-3 in bad visibility 
					when the landing gear struck a hummocked ice ridge and the aircraft belly-landed; fuselage 
					used as a sauna; eventually sank.
				12418 (MSN 9358) ex USAAF 42-23496.  Delivered to US Navy Apr 8, 1943.  Assigned to VR-7  in August 1944. 
					Assigned to VR-3 in June 1945. Assigned to NAS Jacksonville, FL in June 1946.
					Assigned to the Naval Reserve at NAS Minneapolis, MN in 1947. Assigned to NAS Olathe, KS  in 1948
					Stored at at Naval Aircraft Storage Facility Litchfield Park, AZ in 1948.  12418, named 'Que Sera Sera' 
					after a popular song of the time, landed on the ice at the South Pole Oct 31, 1956.  The aircraft's 
					crew of seven were the first Americans to set foot on the South Pole and the first humans since 
					Capt Robert F. Scott of the Royal Navy reached in in 1912.  Presented to Smithsonian Institute 
					Dec 1958.  On loan from Smithsonian and put on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, 
					FL.  Damaged by Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004
				12419 (MSN 9359) ex USAAF 42-23497.  USNavy Apr 8, 1943 xx-Marines VMR-25 Aug 2, 1944-HDNMAW-
					Dec 9, 1944 - Corpus Christi Jun 1945 - HDN FF PAC MAG 15Apr 15, 1946 - AIR PAC EWA Jun 1946 
					- HDN-45 3Aug 30, 1946 - HDN MAG-1 Sep 5, 1946 - VMR-352 May 1947 - Fasron1 Mar 1, 1948 - 
					San Diego Apr 1948 - Columbus May 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43316
				12420 (MSN 9442) ex USAAF 42-23580.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43312.  Now on civil registry as N587MB.
				12421 (MSN 9401) ex USAAF 42-23539.  12421 force landing after takeoff from runway 
					at Chamehumi, China Oct 13, 1947.
				12422 (MSN 9401) ex USAAF 42-23540.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43305.  To N117RR
				12423 (MSN 9402) ex USAAF 42-23541
				12424 (MSN 9403) ex USAAF 42-23542
				12425 (MSN 9482) ex USAAF 42-23620. Delivered May 1943 - VR-1 Aug 19, 1944 - Litchfield Pk Jul 10, 1946 -
					Quonset Point Nov 1946 - NART Atlanta Mar 1947 to Aug 1948 - Converted to R4D-8/C-117D with new MSN 43396. 
					Registered 1997 to Basler Turbo Conversions as N106BF but belived never delivered from
					AMARC.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000
				12426 (MSN 9483) ex USAAF 42-23621.  Delivered May 5, 1943 - VR-5 Aug 1944 - Corpus Christi Jul 1945 -
					Oakland in 1946 - Glenview NAS Jul 1946 - NAS Quonset Point Apr 1948 -  Assigned to VR-24 at Hendon,
					England Feb 1950.  Assigned to VR-24 at Port Lyautey, Morocco Aug 1950.  Assigned to VR-1 at NAS Patuxent
					River, MD Mar 18, 1951.  To R4D-5R Anacostia (1954)-  Modified to DC-3C airliner configuration by Trans 
					Texas Airways as Nl0608.  12426 Litchfield Pk - For sale Feb 15, 1966.
				12427 (MSN 9484) ex USAAF 42-23622.  Delivered May 5, 1943 - VR-3 Aug 1944 - VR-4 Dec 1944 - VR-13
					Feb 1945 OM AIR PAC Feb 7, 1946 - VR-6 Mar 1946 - VR-1 Apr 11, 1946 - San Diego Apr 30, 1946 - 
					SOC Jul 31, 1946 - US Coast Guard HQ, Washington.
				12428 (MSN 9485) ex USAAF 42-23623.  Delivered May 5, 1943 - VR-3 Aug 1944 - VR-7 Sep 12, 1944 - VR-3
					Jul 1945 R-1 Jun 1, 1946 - Stored Litchfield Park Jul 1, 1946 to Sep 30, 1946 - Quonset Point Sep 1946 - 
					VR-1 Patuxent Feb 1947 - VR-44 Moffett Fld  Jul 1948 - Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43370.  
					Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000
				12429 (MSN 9486) ex USAAF 42-23624.  Delivered May 5, 1943 - VR-3 Aug 1944 - VR-11 Sep 15, 1944 VR-4
					Feb46 - NARTU NY Jul 29, 1946 - Quonset Point 1947 - Alameda Oct 1947 - Anacostia Apr 1948 (R4D-5Z)  -
					N7632C US Navy Dept - N58 FAA Aug 1, 1966 Rr 1973 - N78125 reregistered Feb 1976 - W C Crawford, 
					Seattle, WA t/a Northern Peninsular Fisheries "The Flying Circus" Jun 1, 1978.  Bu 12429 redesignated 
					VC-47H. N58 with CAA then FAA on Aug 1, 1966.  N78125 in derelict condition at Arlington, WA, from 
					Apr 1987 to Apr 1991. Still on register.
				12430 (MSN 9527) ex USAAF 42-23665.  To US Navy May 13, 1943 - VR-3 May 16, 1944.  12430 (VR-3) crashed 
					near NAS Olathe, KA Mar 6, 1944.  2 killed.  SOC Mar 30, 1944
				12431 (MSN 9528) ex USAAF 42-23666.  To US Navy May 12, 1943 - Marines VMR-153 Aug 1944 -Jacksonville
					Jan  1945 Alameda Apr 1945 - HDN MAG-35 May 1945 - VMR- 1 Aug 1945 - Air Pac Ewa Jan 19, 1946 - 
					Navy VR-11 Aug 10, 1946 - VR-8 Nov 1946 - Fasron-fl San Diego Jul 25, 1947 Columbus Sep 28. 1947 - 
					Stored Litchfield Pk May to Aug 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43395.  Converted to NC-117D.  
					SOC Jan 11, 1979.
				12432 (MSN 9529) ex USAAF 42-23667.  To US Navy May 12, 1943.  San Diego/NAD-483 -- MAG-25 Jun 28, 1943.
					12432 (VMJ-253) missing on flight near Uvea Island, S Pacific Dec 27, 1943.  24 missing.
				12433 (MSN 9616) ex USAAF 42-23754, delivered May 29, 1943.  12433 (VMJ-253) in takeoff accident at 
					Henderson Field, Guadalcanal Aug 27, 1943.  1 killed.
				12434 (MSN 9617) ex USAAF 42-23755, delivered May 29, 1943.  12434 (VMJ-253) stalled on takeoff and crashed 
					on Talina Island, Russells Feb 6, 1944.  22 killed.
				12435 (MSN 9618) ex USAAF 42-23756, delivered May 29, 1943.  Marines VMR-152 Aug 1944 - HDN
					MAG-15 Oct 12, 1945 - Corpus Christi Dec 1945 - Jacksonville Apr 1946 - Fasron-102 Oct 1946 - 
					VRU-2 Dec 5, 1946 - VRU-4 England Jan47 - Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43353.
				12436 (MSN 9619) ex USAAF 42-23757, delivered May 29, 943 - xx - Marines VMR-253 Aug 1944 - HDN
					MAG-15 Oct 29, 1944 - VMR-353 Feb 2, 1945 - Jacksonville Apr 1945 - MAG-25 MAW-1 Sep 28, 1945 - 
					VMR-152 Nov 1945 - Air Pac Ewa Jun 14, 1946 - San Diego Jul 30, 1946 FAW-14 HDN MAG-32 Nov 1946 - 
					HDN MAG-25 27Mar47 - VMR- 152  May 1947 - Columbus Jan48 - C-47H US Navy Attache, Canberra, 
					Australia (Sep 1964) - US Army (Sep 1970) - US Army Museum, Ft.  Rucker, AL (1982).
					Now on display at Camp Blanding, Florida museum.
				12437 (MSN 9620) ex USAAF 42-23758, delivered May 29, 1943 - xx - Marines VMR-152 Aug 1944 - HDN
					MAd-35 Feb 1945 - Corpus Christi Dec 1945 - Jacksonville Jan 1946 Corvallis Dec1946- Quantico Oct 1947 -
					Columbus Jan 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43393.  Was operated as Blue Angels support
					aircraft 1953-55
				12438 (MSN 9671) ex USAAF 42-23809.  USNavy delivered Jun 8, 1943 - Marines MAG-25 MAW-1 Aug 1944 -
					VMR-153 Sep 27, 1944-HDN MAG-Nov 15, 1945-VMR-152 Dec 1945 Air Pac Ewa Jul 12, 1946 - 
					Pearl Harbor Aug 1946 - San Diego Sep 1946 -Quonset Point Dec 1946-San Diego Jun1947 Fasron- 
					Oct 11, 1947 - Attache Nanking, China Dec47 to May48 .  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43319.  
					12438 used as gunnery target in Philippines.  Nose/cockpit cut off and mounted on officer's club at 
					NAS Cubi Point.
				12439 (MSN 9672) ex USAAF 42-23810.  US Navy delivered Jul 29, 1943 - VR-1 Aug 1944 - VR-9 Jan 1945 - VR-1 
					May45 Quonset Pt Aug46 - VR-3 Patuxent Jan 1947 to May1948. Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43328. 
				12440 (MSN 9673) ex USAAF 42-23811.  US Navy delivered Jul 29, 1943 - VR-1 Aug 1944 - El Segundo May 12, 1945 -
					VR-1 Jun 1945 - VR-9 Aug 20, 1945 - VR- I Sep 1945 - Quonset Pt Mar 1946 - Corpus Christi Jun 1046 to 
					May 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43351.
				12441 (MSN 9674) ex USAAF 42-23812.  Delivered to US Navy Jun 28, 1943.  Assigned to VR-1 Aug 1944. 
					Assigned to VR-9 Sep 1944. Assigned to VR-1 Oct 1945.  Stored NASF Litchfield Park AZ July 1946
					Assigned to NAS Quonset Point, RI Oct 1946.  Stored NASF Litchfield Park AZ Mar 1947
					Assigned to NAS Quonset Point Mar 1948.  Converted to R4D-5L in early 1950s with new MSN 43389. 
					Redesignated LC-117D in 1962.  Assigned to VX-6 15 December 1964 to 17 January 1966. Named "City of Invercargill"
					Returned to US and used as a station aircraft at NAS Jacksonville.  Stored at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona
					Sold without engines on 30 Oct 74.  Registered 1997 to Basler Turbo Conversions as N105BF as possible
					Turbo-67 DC-3 conversion but belived never delivered from AMARC.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
					Sold to DMI Aviation in early 2002.  Currently for sale minus engines, avionics, and interier.
					DMI, or Dross Metals, is now called ARM (Aircraft Restoration and Marketing)
				12442 (MSN 9675) ex USAAF 42-23813.  US Navy delivered Jun 10, 1943 - VR-1 Aug 1944 - VR-9 Nov 15, 1945 - VR-1
					Dec 1945 - Litchfield Pk Jul 1, 1946-Quonset Pt Dec 1946-San Diego Jun 1947 - Fasron- Jun 11, 1947 - 
					VMR-352 Ewa Aug 1947 to May 1948 - xx - USN Attache, Copenhagen (1955) USN
					Attache, India (1958/9) - C-47H 1962 - Marines 24 MAG"EW-442" Yuma (1964) - Stored Davis
					Monthan (1969 to Oct 1971 for sale).
				12443 (MSN 9756) ex USAAF 42-23894. US Navy delivered Jun 1943 - VR-4 Aug 1944 - VR-3 Jan 1945 - VR-5
					Feb 1945 Jacksonville Feb 1946 - Corvallis Oct46 - HDN MAW-2 Oct 1947 - Cherry Pt May 1948  
					Converted to R4D-8/C-117D with new MSN 43327.  To Aero Union of Chico, CA as N5597T, to Intercoastal Air Ways
					as N873SN.  When Intercoastal went defunct it was transferred to
					Scott Aircraft Sales and in Feb 1990 after it had been used
					for several years it was sold in Philippines to Soriano Air
					Cargo as RP-C473.  Sold to Mabuhay Airways still as RP-C473.
					W/o Aug 3, 1999 when struck power lines at Santa Rosa,
					Philippines while being flown to Manila for a lease to
					Crown Cargo Express.
				12444 (MSN 9757) ex USAAF 42-23895.  Delivered 24Jan 24, 1943 - Corn Air 7th Flt Aug 1944 - Corn Fair WC 
					22May 22, 1945 - Corpus Christi Jun 1945 - HDN MAG-15 Feb46 VMR 153 Mar 1946 - Corn Nav Ship 
					Jun 1946 - Pearl Harbor Sep 1946 - Honolulu Mar 1947 - Fasron - Sep 11, 1947 San Diego Oct 1947 - 
					Columbus Jan 1948 - xx - SC-47K "2444" US Armv (1966) - Stored Davis Monthan Dec 20, 1970 to 
					Aug 19, 1976 - National auction.
				12445 (MSN 9758) ex USAAF 42-23896.  US Navy delivered Jun 24, 1943 - Australia (Jun 1944) - Corn Air 7th Flt
					Aug 1944 Corpus Christi  May 1945 - HDN MAG- Jan 15, 1946 - VMR 3 52 May 1947 - Fasron - 
					Oct 11, 1947 - San Diego Apr 1948.   Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43314.  Wheels-up landing at 
					Toyanaka, Japan due to fuel contamination Mar 14, 1962.
				12446 (MSN 9759) ex USAAF 42-23987.  Delivered 24Jun 24, 1943 - VR-3 Aug 1944 - VR-4 Jan 1945 - VR- 13 Feb 1945 -
					Corn Air Pac SC Mar 10, 1946 - VR-6 Mar 1946 - VR- 11 Apr 22, 1946 - San Diego Apr 30, 1946 - US 
					Coast Guard "2446",  Washington, DC Jul 31, 1946 - (1961) - (Note: USAAF card also reports this aircraft, 
					but it seems more likely the next aircraft may be that concerned as it was in use from 1944 to 1947). 
12447/12453		Lockheed R5O-4
				Commercial Model 18-56 Lodestar aircraft impressed by the US Navy before completion and finished as 7-seat
					staff transports.  
				12447 (MSN 2240).  By 1951 was operated by US Coast Guard
				12448 (MSN 2241).  SOC Feb 11, 1945 for spares
				12449 (MSN 2242).  WFU May 31, 1949
				12450 (MSN 2243).  SOC Oct 41, 1946 due to mechanical failure on operational flight
				12451 (MSN 2244).  To N4040B, N1923W, N540MC, N548MC.  Cancelled Jan 30, 2013.
				12452 (MSN 2279).  To N1122V
				12453 (MSN 2280).  Transferred to US Coast Guard at Elizabeth City, NC Sep 1, 1944.  WFU Jul 31, 1946.
12454/12491		Lockheed R5O-5
				Commercial Model 18-56 Lodestar aircraft impressed by the US Navy before completion and finished as 7-seat staff
					transports
				12454 MSN 18-2281.  (FAW-14) hit mountain during instrument approach to NAS
					NAS Oakland, CA Apr 24, 1946.  SOC at Pearl Harbor Sep 30, 1946 due to ground accident, no record of crash.
				12455 MSN 18-2282.  To N3964B, 250L. Converted to Howard 250 Sep 17, 1962.  To N696JB, N48WT, N48RM.  Crashed
					at Tampico, Mexico Apr 20, 1979.
				12456 MSN 18-2283.  Transferred to US Coast Guard at Elizabeth City, NC Apr 3, 1946.
				12457 MSN 18-2308.  To N1833M, N106G.  Converted to Gulfstar  Aug 5, 1959.  TO N706RD, N716RD, N718RD.  Cancelled
					Feb 28, 2011.
				12458 MSN 18-2309.  To N1843M, N79CC.  Converted to Howard 250
				12459 MSN 18-2310.  SOC Jul 28, 1944
				12460 MSN 18-2311.  To NC74637, N9384H, XB-MAX, N1Y, NX9991F, N12L, N9991F, N80A.  Converted to Learstar 1 Nov 21, 1955.
					To N642PH, N6422H, N16L, N211W.  Crashed near Santa Lucia, NE of Mexico city Sep 17, 1973.
				12461 MSN 18-2312.  To N1815M, N300E.  Leased to Mike Todd and named "The Lucky Liz" (Elizabeth Taylor).  Crashed
					Zuri, near Grants, New Mexico Mar 22, 1958.  Mike Todd and 3 others onboard killed.
				12462 MSN 18-2313 in midair fire near Flemington, NJ Apr 1, 1943.
					5 bailed out OK, 7 killed.
				12463 MSN 18-2314.  In landing accident at NAS Norfolk, VA Dec 7, 1945.
				12464 MSN 18-2315.  To NC69570, N250Z, N250N.  Converted to Howard 50 Mar 9, 1964.  Cancelled Jul 11, 2013. 
				12465 MSN 18-2316.  To N5230N, N511N
				12466 MSN 18-2317.  WFU Feb 28, 1947
				12467 MSN 18-2352.  WFU Sep 30, 1946
				12468 MSN 18-2353.  To NC9201H, N9201H.  Crashed near Glastonbury, Connecticut Nov 5, 1954
				12469 MSN 18-2354.  To N1831M, N1550, N699C.  Crqashed near Aguila, Arizona Apr 11, 1967
				12470 MSN 18-2355.  To NC4141, N4141, N515A.  Crashed Apr 3, 1985.
				12471 MSN 18-2356.  To N1814M, N744M.  Derelict at Crystal, New Mexico by Aug 1975.  
				12472 MSN 18-2357.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
				12473 MSN 18-2358.  To civil registry N3968B, N1210.  Converted to 18-08.  To N1210L, to N505R.  Was on 
					display at March AFB Museum, California painted as USAF 833538, but later painted with correct serial.
				12474 (MSN 18-2404) became N1841M, N4S, N140-G, N200E, N188E, N631LS.  Stored New Orleans-Lakefront, LA Aug 1998.
				12475 (MSN 18-2405) to PP-WAB, PT-BIS.  W/o Manaus, Brazil Jun 14, 1965
				12476 (MSN 18-2406) became NC68142, N68142, N41M.  Cancelled Jun 4, 2012.
				12477 (MSN 18-2407) SOC May 31, 1945 for spares. 
				12478 (MSN 18-2408) became NC18636, NC501, N501 (US Department of the Interior), N151Z, N250Z, N400V (Ntu),
					N100V.  Converted to Howard 250.  To N969 F, N65WL, N250JW (Ntu), N65WL, N250JW.  Cancelled Aug 8, 2013.
				12479 (MSN 18-2409).  WFU Aug 31, 1946
				12480 (MSN 18-2410) in takeoff accident at NAS Olathe, KS Feb 26, 1944.
				12481 (MSN 18-2411) became NC9200H of Bell Aviation, then reregistered
					ZS-DAX.  Was to have become SA-AAF of Saudi Arabian
					Airways but not delivered.  Went to State Airlines Inc
					as N15A.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				12482 (MSN 18-2454) to Green Construction Co as N1124V, to N1515T Oct 11, 1962.  Converted to Howard 250 Oct 15, 1962.
					To N1516T, N10KB, N40RH
				12483 (MSN 18-2455) to N3969B, N6666K, N2375. Crashed Pomano Beach, Florida Jan 1, 1974.  1000 kg of marijuana found
					on board.
				12484 (MSN 18-2456) to N1123V, N1Y, N1123V, N666P. Was to be exported to Philippines but remained ss N666P registerdd
					to American Philippine Indonesian Malaysian Enterprisees, Inc.  Cancelled Jun 7, 2011
				12485 (MSN 18-2457) to Chicago Corp as N1816M, to N211W, to N16L
				12486 (MSN 18-2458) WFU Nov 30, 1947
				12487 (MSN 18-2459) to Firestone Tire and Rubber Corp as N1832M.  By
					Mar 2007 was N250X.  Cancelled Aug 15, 2013.
				12488 (MSN 18-2460) to Texas RR Equipment Co as N1125V, to N74Y.  WFU Dallas, Texas Apr 1966
				12489 (MSN 18-2461) to Ralph Lowe as N9206H
				12490 (MSN 18-2462) in takeoff accident at Kiriwina, Papua New Guinea Nov 27, 1943.
				12491 (MSN 18-2463) to NC9191H, to Ashland Oil and Refining Co as N1000F.  Crashed near Lake Milton,
					Ravenna, Ohio Sep 5, 1962.
12492/12991		Vultee SNV-1 Valiant
				Vultee Model 54. US Navy version of the BT-13A designated SNV-1
				12493 (MSN 6893) to CAA as NC338
				12552 to CAA as NC280
				12553 (MSN 6349) to CAA as NC281
				12614 flying as N61916.  Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill, 8-5-95.
				12637 (MSN 7064) to CAA as NC339
				12677 (MSN 7104) to CAA as NC340
				12708 (MSN 7135) to CAA as NC351
				12847 (MSN 7938) to CAA as NC348
12992/14685		Goodyear FG-1,FG-1A Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1 Corsair licence built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation
				FG-1A had fixed wings
				12992, 13471, 13472 converted to XF2G-1
				12997 (VMF-112) engine failed at low altitude after take
					off from MCAS Goleta, CA 12/22/1943.  Pilot killed
				13008 (VF,OUT#3) in midair collision 4/28/1944 near
					NAAS Green Cove Springs, FL.  Pilot OK.
				13010 (VF,OTU#3) 2mi.NAAS Lee Fld, Fl; Force-landed & 
					nosed over 2/4/1944.  Pilot killed;
				13015 in midair during gunnery east of St Augustine, FL
					7/27/1943.  Pilot bailed out OK
				13024 overshot on takeoff from NAS Jacksonville FL
					7/01/1943.  Pilot OK
				13029 (VMF-115) midair near Muellton, CA 12/16/1943.
					Pilot killed.
				13037 (VMF-115) nosed up during landing 11/21/1943 MCAS
					Santa Barbara, CA.
				13028 stalled on takeoff at low altitude NAAS Lee Field,
					FL 1/04/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13033 had fire in air, pilot tried to force land near
					Akron, OH 7/19/1943.  Civilian pilot killed.
				13043 (VMF-115) crashed during air-to-air gunnery off
					Conception, CA 10/30/1943.  Pilot killed.
				13045 gear retracted 1/4 up on test flight 7/28/1943 and
					forced-landed 7/28/1943.  Pilot injured.
				13052 (VF,OUT#3) flew into ground near NAAS Lee Field,
					FL during glide bomb practice 4/21/1944.  Pilot
					killed.
				13055 late pull out during familiarization flight off 
					NAAS Lee Field, FL 11/04/1943.  Pilot killed.
				13056 (VF, OUT#1) collided with 13101 near NAAS Green 
					Cove Springs, FL 8/11/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13059 (VF,OTU#3) lost 02/10/1944 off Mantansas Inlet.Fl during 
					gunnery practice.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13062 (VF, OTU#1) spun-in on takeoff NAAS Lee Field, FL 2/12/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13064 (MBDAG-43) missing in Mojave Mts., CA while
					flying on instruments 1/27/1944.  One killed
				13070 collided with 13096 near NAAS Lee Field 1/10/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13071 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
				13076 (VF, OUT#3) ditched SE of Mantansas Inlet 10/30/1944.
					Pilot OK
				13080 (VMO-155) midair with P-39 during training near
					MCAS El Centro, CA 11/27/1943.  Pilot killed,
					P-39 pilot OK.
				13082 crashed SO of Bayard, FL 10/08/1943.  One killed
				13092 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
				13096 collided with 13070 near NAAS Lee Field 1/10/1944.
					Pilot bailed out OK.
				13101 (VF, OTU#1) midair collision with 13056 near NAAS
					Green Cove Springs FL. 8/11/1944.  Pilot bailed
					out OK
				13105 (VF,OTU#3) lost power near NAAF Palaka, FL 
					7/17/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK
				13121 (VMO-155) suffered control failure during 
					gunnery training 12/11/1943.  Pilot bailed out OK
				13131 stalled on landing at NAAS Lee Field 12/07/1943.
					Pilot OK
				13136 (VMO-351, MAG-35, 3rd MAW) suffered engine failure
					during formation flight 3/4/1944 near MCAS
					Cherry Point, NC.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13149 (MAW-9) flew into ground on takeoff MCAAF Congaree
					Field, SC 7/25/1944 as pilot reached down to
					pull gear handle.  Pilot injured.
				13153 stalled on landing at NAAS LEE Field 1/12/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13154 (CASU-22) hit on ground by taxiing F6F NAS 
					Atlantic City, NJ 5/4/1944. 
				13158 (VF,OUT#4) engine failure near NAS Jacksonville,
					FL 2/23/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13175 midair during gunnery off Mayport, FL 1/18/1944.
					Pilot bailed out OK.
				13179 (VF,OTU#4) in midair near Mayport, FL 2/29/1944.
					Pilot bailed out OK.
				13191 ditched off shore from Oceanside, CA 12/01/1943.
					Pilot OK.
				13192 wing panel came off in dive and hit inverted off
					NAS Jacksonville, FL. 12/09/1943.  Pilot killed.
				13189 (VMF-112) went into inverted spin during 
					aerobatics near MCAS Goleta, CA 2/13/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13202 (VMF-115) engine froze in flight off Naples, CA
					11/25/1943.  Pilot bailed out OK
				13203 went into inverted spin during aerobatics 
					12/31/1943 off MCAS Santa Ana, CA.  Pilot killed.
				13205 (VMF-112) missing on training flight 4/11/1944.
				13212 (VMF-222) missing on combat mission 2/24/1944
					Torokina, South Pacific.  Pilot MIA.
				13213 (VMF-211) ditched 5 miles off landing strip at
					Torokina on combat mission 1/26/1944.  Pilot OK
				13215 (VMF-211) in midair during landing at Piva Yoke,
					South Pacific 1/30/1944.  Pilot killed
				13217 (VMF-115) in midair with P-38 near Lompoc, CA 
					1/22/1944.  Pilot killed
				13223 (VF, OUT#3) ditched during gunnery near Flagers
					Beach, FL 3/10/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13226 in engine failure south of NAS Jacksonville, FL
					1/24/1944.  Pilot bailed out with injuries.
				13231 (VF,OTU#4) spun in on takeoff NAS Jacksonville, FL
					7/18/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13241 (VF, OTU#4) crashed int St. Johns River, FL on
					takeoff 4/23/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13254 (VF, OTU#5) in runway collision 3/5/1944.
				13262 (VMF-222) crash landed, one brake locked 3/7/1944,
					Torokina, South Pacific.
				13263 (VF, OTU#5) hard landing at night NAS Jacksonville,
					FL 2/16/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13267 (VF-OTU5) collided with F3A-1 -4610 and crashed 7 mi
					SE of Fernandina Nov 16, 1944, killing Royal Navy pilot.
				13268 ditched Espiritu on non combat mission 2/18.1944.
					Pilot OK.
				13269 (VMF-217) gear would not extend 3/9/1944 Vella
					Lavella, South Pacific.  Pilot bailed out OK
				13277 crashed on takeoff MCAS Goleta, CA 4/3/1944.
					Pilot OK.
				13293 (VMO-351) nosed over after landing from night
					familiarization flight 1/26/1944.  Pilot injured.
				13295 dove in to Neuse River 6 mi from MCAS Cherry
					PT, NC on night familiarization flight 1/17/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13300 (VF, OUT#3) wing folded in flight and came off
					4/29/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13303 (VMF-123) spun in after pull-out offshore of Surf, CA
					2/10/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13306 (VMF-912) hard landing at MCAAF Kinston, NC
					7/26/1944 and caught fire.  Pilot OK.
				13312 (VMF-11) crashed at sea Tutulia, South Pacific
					1/15/1944.  Pilot OK
				13333 in forced landing NAS Jacksonville, FL 2/28/1944.
					Pilot OK
				13334 in midair collision with R4D-5 39063 and crashed into St.
					Johns river near NAS Jacksonville Nov 6, 1944.  All 18 on
					both planes killed.
				13380 (VMF-234, MAG-34, 3rd MAW) crashed after takeoff
					on night familization flight Sommons Knott
					Field, New Bern, SC 3/15/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13410 (VMF-112) ditched near Naples, CA 3/26/1944.
					Pilot OK.
				13411 (MBDAG-42) ditched near Point Conception, CA
					4/18/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13453 (VF, OUT#4) in midair with 13562 near Mayport,
					FL 4/19/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13455 (MBDAG-42) midair during gunnery training
					3/26/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13459 noted Nov 10, 2006 at National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
				13465 (VMF-121) midair fire, burned on landing MCAS 
					Mojave, CA. 3/8/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13469 (VMF-452) inverted spin in aerobatics near
					MCAS Mojave, CA 3/8/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13477 (VMF-481) crashed on takeoff from MCAS El Toro
					CA 4/17/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13486 on display at MCAS Quantico, VA
				13490 (VF, OUT#5) missing during aerobatics and
					familiarization flight near Jacksonville
					Beach, FL 3/28/1944.
				13504 (VMF-214) crashed into water Aug 22, 1944.  Pilot killed
				13511 (VOF-2) engine failed during attempted
					forced-landing and crashed 2/1944.  Pilot
					killed.
				13521 (VMF-214) overturned on takeoff Nov 2, 1944.
				13526 (VF, OTU#5) missing off St. Augustine, FL.
					2/21/1944.
				13532 (VMF-214) crashed Apr 2, 1944 due to engine failure
					during takeoff.  Pilot died in hospital.
				13543 (MBDAG-42) force landed MCAS Goleta, CA
					3/23/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13547 (VMF-214) raft inflated in cockpit in flight
					between Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Island
					4/14/1944.  Pilot bailed out without 
					chute and was killed.
				13562 (VF,OUT#4) in midair with 13453 near Mayport,
					FL 4/19/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13608 (MBDAG-41) crashed during gunnery practice
					near Dana Pt, CA 3/21/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13629 (VMF-924) swerved off runway during landing
					MCAS Cherry Point, NC. 8/10/1944.  Pilot OK
				13635 (VF-0TU5) dove in and crashed 2 mi W of Black Creek target
					May 23, 1944, killing Royal Navy pilot.
				13647 (VMF-112) flew into terrain near Flagstaff, AZ
					7/22/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13660 (MBDAG-46) midair fire, crash landed near Castle
					Rock, San Clemente Island, CA 4/7/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13665 force landed near Meacham Field, TX during ferry flight 3/27/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13675 (VF-303) in runway collision NAAS Los Alamitos, CA 4/17/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13676 (VF-303) in crash landing NAAS Los Alamitos, CA 4/20/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13681 (VMF-481, MBDAG-46) late pullout from dive
					near MCAS El Toro, CA 4/12/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13690 (VMF-123, MBDAG-42) crashed near Modesto CA
					at night 4/10/1944, possible vertigo.  Pilot killed.
				13712 crashed on Trabuco Mtn 6mi E of MCAS El Toro May 5, 1944
				13723 (MBDAG-46) went into spin 7/30/1944 2 mi SW of Trabuco
					Plateau, near MCAS El Toro, CA.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13724 (VF,OTU#5) engine failure near Bennettsville,
					SC 3/21/1944.  Pilot bailed out with injuries.
				13751 (VF, OTU#5) in midair with 13931 4/28/1944.
					Pilot killed.
				13759 (MBDAG-46) went into spin during aerobatics
					8/17/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13765 in midair with 1307 during gunnery practice
					near St. Mary's Inlet 5/1/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13811 crashed near Oak Creek in Tehachapi, CA Sep 1, 1944.
				13828 (VF-84) collided with 13832 in midair 7/23/1944
					near Coronados Islands off CA.  Both pilots killed.
				13845 (VF-84) ditched during gunnery practice
					near Point Loma, CA 8/3/1944.  Pilot OK.
				13858 (VF-82) in midair collision with 50391 Oct 4, 1945 near Mt Tamalpias, N of San
					Francisco, CA.  Both pilots parachuted to safety
				13881 (MBDAG-46) dove in near MCAS El Toro, CA.
					Pilot killed.
				13907 in midair with 13765 during gunnery practice
					near St. Mary's Inlet 5/1/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				13913 (VF,OTU#1) flew into St. Johns River, FL and 
					exploded 8/17/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13927 (VMF-523) did not pull out during dive MCAS Parris
					Island, SC 8/11/1944.  Pilot killed.
				13931 (VF, OTU#5) in midair with 13751 4/28/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				14014 (VMF-112) ditched near MCAS Goleta, CA 8/10/1944. Pilot OK.
				14034 (VF,OTU#4) ground-looped on landing 7/26/1944.  Pilot OK.
				14111 (VF,OUT#5) stalled in landing Fleming Island, FL
					7/17/1944.  Pilot OK.
				14170 (MBDAG-46) in midair with F4U-1 49725 near MCAS
					El Toro, CA.  Both pilots bailed out OK.
				14178 (MBDAG-46) in midair collision 7/18/1944 near Elsinore, CA.  Pilot OK.
				14204 (VMF-222) crashed on non-combat mission due to mechanical failure 8/14/1944.
				14241 (VMF-114) impacted hillside at Palau, unknown date.  Pilot killed.
				14242 (VMF-312) missing on test flight near Espiritu
					Santo, South Pacific 8/9/1944.  Pilot MIA.
				14257 (VMF-121) crashed on Palau, unknown date.  Pilot survived.
				14293 (VB-14) ditched on takeoff from Charger 1/14/1944.
				14569 crashed 30 mi NE of NAAS 29 Palms, CA. Mar 12, 1945.
				14592/14685 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD161/KD254
					KD163 (14594) crashed in sea during interception exercise
						from Hal Far Apr 6, 1945 due to low oil pressure.
						Pilot bailed out but rescuers failed to find him.
					KD172 (14603) suffered unspecified accident aboard HMS Speaker
						in late 1945 and disposed of by pushing overboard.
					KD182 (14613) forcelanded in field at Ras Safaniya (162 mi
						from Bahrein) Aug 30, 1945 after drop in oil pressure.
						Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.
					KD185 (14616) missed wires and struck barrier on HMS Venerable
						Jun 4, 1945.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					KD199 (14630) ditched during mission from HMS Venerable Apr 9, 1945
						following engine fire.  Pilot rescued.
					KD207 (14638) struck slipstream of another aircraft during takeoff
						from HMS Venerable Apr 9, 1945 and stalled into sea.
						Pilot rescued.
					KD219 (14650) ditched following engine fire Sep 21, 1945.
						Pilot rescued.
					KD225 (14656) last seen over Koriyama airfield, Japan Aug 9, 1945
						undertaking photographic run following strafing attack.
						Pilot MIA
					KD227 (14658) stalled on landing and damaged wing Fe 18, 1945,
						took off again but pilot found aircraft to be uncontrollable
						and bailed out safely near Porton Down.
					KD241 (14672) crashed into Red Sea May 30, 1945 after colliding
						with Corsair KD294 (BuNo 14725) during dummy strafing
						attack on HMS Venerable.  Pilot killed.
					KD253 (14684) missed wires on HMS Arbiter Mar 17, 1945, struck
						barrier,and overturned.  Aircraft DBR.
14686/14991		Goodyear FG-1D Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1D Corsair licence built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation
				To Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD255/KD560.
				14691/14695 diverted from Royal Navy order and converted to XF2G-1. 
					14694 was tested at Mustin Field and NAS Patuxent from 
						10/45 to 5/47. Stricken from Navy records May 31, 1947. As N91092 it raced as #18 
						when it was purchased by pilot Ron Puckett and raced in the 1947 and 1949 
						National Air Races. BuNo 14694 was a Goodyear FG-1D Corsair converted to a 
						XF2G-1. Ron Puckett was a Navy test pilot and also familiar with the F2G's 
						Ron acquired his F2-G in time to enter the 1947 Thompson Trophy Race with a 
						stock airplane.  At that time #18 still had the original sub-rudder.  Ron took 
						off after all others had completed their first lap due to a problem with an 
						official.  Ron was able to move up to 3rd place, in the nineteenth lap, engine 
						problems forced him to land.  In the 1949 Thompson Trophy Race, Ron came in 
						second.  After the race, Ron sold his F2G to a broker who had a customer for 
						the R-4360 engine. Ron believes the airplane was scrapped.
				14706 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD275.  Crashed in field near
					Goulbarn Jul 29, 1945 during low-level aerobatics.  Pilot killed
				14725 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD294.  Crashed into Red Sea May 30, 1945
					after colliding with Corsair KD241 (ex BuNo 14672) during
					dummy strafing attack on HMS Venerable.  Pilot killed.
				14727 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD296.  Port wing dropped, skidded
					off runway and tipped onto nose at RNAS Eglinton
					Jun 22, 1945 after stalling during night dummy deck landing
					test.  Declared DBR Jul 16, 1945. 
				14729 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD298.  Crashed 2 mi SE of Smithfield,
					OH Aug 18, 1944 following engine fire.  Pilot bailed out safely.
				14731 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD300.  Ditched in Pacific Ocean
					Jul 28, 1945 on retron from Ramrod mission over Japan.
					Pilot rescued.
				14734 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD303.  Struck cloud-covered
					mountain 35 mi NE of Oujda, Algeria during ferry flight in
					bad weather Dec 28, 1944 and exploded.  Pilot killed.
				14735 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD304.  Stalled on approach to
					HMS Victorious May 23, 1945, struck rounddown and fell into
					sea.  Pilot killed.
				14739 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD308.  Held off too long while
					attempting to land on USS Charger Jun 8, 1945, struck barrier
					with wheel and bounced overboard into sea.  Pilot killed.
				14743 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD312.  Suffered engine fire
					Jan 10, 1945 during test flight following undercarriage
					modification and crashed near Grosse Ile Airfield.  Pilot
					bailed out safely
				14762 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD331.  Crashed into both barriers
					while landing on HMS Formidable Jul 30, 1945.  W/o.
				14764 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD333.  Aircraft SOC before Dec 18, 1945.
				14765 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD334.  Shot down during strike
					on Japanese airfields on Honshu Jul 18, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				14766 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD335.  Served with 733 Sqn at
					Trincomalee.  To Trincomalee Storage Section Jan 1946 for w/o.
				14772 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD341.  Served with 757 Sqn at
					Puttalam.  By Jan 1, 1946 had been passed to Trincomalee
					Storage Section and was subsequently SOC.
				14773 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD342. Suffered engine fire
					on takeoff from HMS Formidable May 20, 1945 and ditched in
					sea.  Pilot rescued, acrcraft salvaged and transferred to
					Trincomalee for w/o.
				14780 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD349.  Aircraft went unservicable
					at 59 Staging Post, Nagpur Sep 4, 1945 and probably not repaired.
				14786 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD355.  Ditched off Dekhelil Mar 26, 1945
					following engine fire.  Pilot rescued.
				14796 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD365.  Returned to US Navy
					before delivery and accepted by them Aug 17, 1944.  SOC
					from US Navy Apr 30, 1947
				14797 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD366.  Noted on dump at
					Fanara, Egypt Apr 1947
				14802 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD371.  Ditched alongside HMS
					Colossus Sep 6, 1945 following engine fire.  Pilot rescued.
				14822 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD391.  Torque-stalled furing late
					waveoff from HMS Venerable Apr 20, 1945 and fell into see
					off port side of ship.  Pilot injured but rescued.
				14823 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD392.  Papers deposited
					Dec 18, 1945 (meaning aircraft had been SOC by that date)
				14831 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD400.  Caught No. 1 wire while
					landing on HMS Vengeance May 24, 1945, swung and port wheel
					ran off deck.  Aircraft declared too heavily damaged for
					repair and removed to Trincomalee for writing off.
				14860 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD429.  Crashed at Burg-el-Arab,
					Egypt Apr 28, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				14862 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD431.  Sold post-war to Loughborough
					Technical College, then to College of Aeronautics,
					Cranfield Nov 1946.  Renovated at RNAS Yeovilton during 1963
					and preserved at Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton as KD431 
				14863 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD432.  Collided with tree, caught
					fire, and burned out during attempted forced landing 35 mi
					SW of Tambaram Sep 3, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				14865 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD434.  Ditched on takeoff from 
					HMS Colossus Feb 23, 1945 following engine fire.  Pilot
					rescued.
				14870 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD439.  W/o while on charge
					of 1841 Sqdn sometime after Jul 4, 1945.
				14884 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD453.  Papers deposited
					Dec 18, 1945.
				14893 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD462.  Tipped overboard from
					HMS Colossus off coast of Australia sometime after Jul 20, 1945.
				14907 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD476.  W/o while on charge of
					1841 Sqdn.
				14917 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD486.  Dumped into sea off HMS
					Colossus Jun 12, 1946 (probably because of damage after running
					into no 1 barrier May 17, 1946)
				14928 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD497.  Failed to return from dawn
					formation practice over Clyde approaches from HMS Venerable
					Feb 23, 1945.  Pilot missing.  Possible collison with 14941.
				14939 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD508.  W/o while on charge of
					1841 Sqn.
				14941 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD510.  Failed to return from dawn
					formation practice over Clyde approaches from HMS Venerable
					Feb 23, 1945.  Pilot missing.  Possible collision with 14928.
				14942 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD511.  Trashed at Trincomalee Jul 1945.
					Subsequently w/o
				14956 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD525.  Papers deposited Jan 4, 1946 (which
					means aircraft was SOC sometime before this date)
				14966 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD535.  Pilot inadvertently closed throttle
					when taking off from HMS Glory May 22, 1945 and aircraft fell into sea.
					Pilot rescued by HMS Tuscan.
				14977 to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KD546.  While landing on HMS Formidable
					Aug 9, 1945, pilot closed throttle early due to lack of fuel, aircraft
					struck rounddown and crashed into sea.  Pilot killed. 
14992/15951		General Motors FM-1 Wildcat
				Parts and components of F4F-4 built under license by several General Motors plants and assembled by Eastern Aircrft
					Division of General Motors.
				222 of these went to Royal Navy as JV415/JV636.  
				14994 noted Sep 2003 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL 
				15012 crashed in Santa Ynez Mts, CA Jul 14, 1943
				15019 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 5-Jan-44 NAS Sanford, FL.  Ditched 
					at sea.
				15088 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 18-Dec-44.  Crashed due to unknown 
					cause near New Smyrna,FL.  Pilot killed
				15126 (CN 1325) located in 1947 on Espiritu santo, New Hebrides.
				15132 (VF-OTU#1) w/o 2-Oct-44.  Missing at sea during 
					gunnery training.  Pilot MIA.
				15248 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15253 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15320 crashed on takeoff at Lee Field NAAS, Green Cove Springs,
					FL Aug 12, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				15345 crashed amid TBFs after hurdling barriers in landing on USS Coral Sea when tail hook broke off Oct 11, 1943
				15389 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 20-Sep-44.  Mid-air with 15858 near 
					Apopka, FL.  Pilot bailed out
				15392 (MSN 401) reported to have been instructional airframe at
					Technical School, Norman, OK from about 1947.  Acquired by
					NASM, Washington, DC about 1949 and stored at Silver Hill,
					MD pending restoration by Grumman.  Placed on display at NASM,
					Washington, DC in 1975.  Noted Dec 2005 in Mall facility
					of NASM, Washington, DC
				15393 (CQTU) w/o 12-Nov-44 off USS Sable.  Spun-in 
					while landing off port side
				15402/15425 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV415/JV438
					15407 (JV421) ditched off HMS Pursuer Feb 26, 1944 when fuel pressure
						dropped, pilot resced by HMS Scarborough
					15411 (JV424) swung to stareboard while landing on HMS Searcher
						Mar 28, 1944, struck island and fell overboard into sea.  Pilot
						rescued
					15414 (JV427) while landing on carrier May 5, 1945, struck rounddown,
						lost hook and went over side into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					15417 (JV430) missing in dense thundercloud during fighter direction
						exercise at sea Feb 23, 1945.  Pilot missing.
					15421 (JV434) shot down by Ju 88 during sortie from HMS Campania
						Feb 6, 1945.  Pilot KIA
					15422 (JV435) papers deposited Apr 1, 1946, which means aircraft was SOC
						sometime before this date.
					15424 (JV437) suffered engine fire after takeoff from HMS Searcher
						Oct 9, 1044 and ditched.  Pilot rescued by HMS Whirlwind
					15425 (JV438) swung to port during takeoff from HMS Formidable
						Jun 21, 1944 and went ofer side into sea.  Pilot rescued 
				15468 (VF-OTU#4) w/o 8-Oct-44.  Pilot suffered vertigo 
					in clouds, crashed near Oviedo,FL.  Pilot killed
				15470/15479 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV439/JV448
					15479 (JV448)  w/o Aug 1945
				15520/15539 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV449/JV468
					15536 (JV465) swung on takeoff at Trincomalee May 25, 1945 and ran into 
						ditch.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft declared Category ZZ (beyond
						repair)
				15547 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15570/15579 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV469/JV478
				15630/15649 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV479/JV498
					15633 (JV482) cought fire after takeoff from HMS Searcher Dec 24, 1944
						and ditched in Loch Beg, pilot rescued.  Aircraft lifted out
						of loch by Lynx XZ665 of Army Air Corps Apr 3, 1984 for planned
						restoration.  Reported Apr 2008 in store with Ulster Aviation
						Society at Lisburn.
					15634 (JV483) stalled and spun in on approach to Puttalam Jan 12, 1945.
						Pilot killed.
					15635 (JV484) undercarriage collapsed during takeoff from HMS Battler
						Aug 8, 1944.  Port wing struck Bofors gun and aircraft dove inverted
						into sea.  Pilot killed.
					15645 (JV494) undercarriage collapsed while landing at Machrihanish
						Jan 30, 1944.  Aircraft caught fire and burned out.  Pilot escaped.
					15647 (JV496) stalled on approach, struck ground, caught fire, and burned
						out Aug 7, 1944.  Pilot escaped.
				15680/15699 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JB499/JV518.
					15680 (JV499) flew into Auchinlongford Hill in snowstorm, caught fire and
						burned out while enroute from Ayr to Aberdeen Dec 2, 1944.  
						Pilot killed.
					15688 (JV507) bounced into barrier on HMS Begum Aug 9, 1944 and 
						declared beyond economical repair.
					15691 (JV510) went into barrier on HMS Searcher Jun 7, 1944 after hook
						pulled out.  Pilot escape but aircraft declared beyond economical repair.
				15730/15744 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV519/JV533
					15735 (JV524) ditched while attempting precautionary landing on HMS
						Searcher Dec 27, 1943
					15737 (JV526) while attempting to land on HMS Searcher May 17, 1944,
						climbed into cloud during circuit, emerged in near-vertical dive,
						unable to pull out in time, hit sea and exploded.  Pilot killed
					15740 (JV529) undercarriage collapsed while landing at Trincomalee, 
						subsequenty SOC
				15749 w/o 22-Sep-44 off USS Sable.  Hit barrier while 
					landing.  SOC
				15750 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15751 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15755 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15756 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				15775/15804 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV534/JV563
					15775 (JV534) during night takeoff at Long Kesh Dec 12, 1944, swung off
						runway into mud and overturned.  Not repaired, SOC May 26, 1945
					15777 (JV536) while landing on HMS Nabob Jul 30, 1944, no 2 wire parted
						and aircraft swung to port, twisting fuselage and collapsing tail
						oleo.  Pilot uninjured but aircraft declared beyond economical repair.
					15782 (JV541) crashed into sea after taking off from HMS Pursuer
						Jun 8, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					15790 (JV549) stalled after takeoff from RNAS Yeovilton Nov 7, 1944,
						crashed into field, caught fire and burned out.  Pilot killed.
					15803 (JV562) while carring out aerodrome dummy deck landings at Katykurunda
						Jun 1, 1944, on receiving cut signal from landing control officer,
						aircraft stalled at 10 foot height, swung to port, port undercarriage 
						collapsed, wing struck and killed the landing control officer.
						Pilot unhurt, but aircraft declared beyond economical repair.
				15823 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 4-Oct-44.  Wing failed on pull-out 
					during gunnery.  Pilot killed.
				15825/15854 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV564/JV593
					15843 (JV582) crashed in jungle during sortie from Puttalam Apr 26, 1944.
						pilot survived.  Conflict here since 15843 was reported crashed in 
						upper Fremont Canyon, CA in 1944/45, killing the pilot.
					15846 (JV585) struck rounddown while landing on HMS Begum
						Jun 1, 1944, brok sternpost and skidded over side into sea. 
						Pilot rescued
					15853 (JV592) hit sea and sank during sortie from HMS Begum Nov 1,1944,
						pilot killed.
					15854 (JV593) ditched near HMS Searcher Mul 23, 1944.  Pilot rescued.
				15858 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 20-Sep-44. Mid-air with 15389 near 
					Apopka, FL.  Pilot bailed out.
				15870/15889 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV594/JV613
				15894/15916 to Royal Navy as Wildcat V JV614/JV636
					15896 (JV616) while landing on HMS Searcher Jul 19, 1944, movement of ship
						caused aircraft to bounde and hit barrier.  DBR.
					15897 (JV617) crashed in field and burned out during night flying
						exercise from RNAS Yeovilton Jan 14, 1945.  Pilot survived.
					15901 (JV621) spun into sea while making approach to land on HMS
						Searcher Jun 25, 1944.  Pilot killed
					15902 (JV622) crashed into sea off RNAS Eglinton Jun 30, 1944 after 
						control column jammed during dive.  Pilot bailed out and was
						rescued.
					15915 (JV635) crashed and destroyed by fire at Musbury, England
						Jan 31, 1945.  Pilot killed.
15952/16791		General Motors FM-2 Wildcat
				Grumman G-36 XF4F-8 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors
				50 of these went to Royal Navy as JV637/JV686. 
				15969 (VC-8) w/o 14-Dec-44 Charger.  Ditched on take-off
				16008	(VC-13) ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				16077	(VC-13) ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				16089 Ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  At National Museum 
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				16099 (CQTU) w/o 28-Dec-44 off USS Sable.  Spun-in during landing
				16117 (VC-15) w/o 5-Jan-45.  Crashed into Roanoke Sound, NC.  1 killed.
				16126 (VF-26) pilot bailed out over Espiritu Santo Jun 20, 1944 for unknown reason but was killed by striking the
					aircraft on his way out.  Aircraft crashed in the jungle and was destroyed.
				16158 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				16159 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				16161 (MSN 1360) registered to Military Aircraft Restoration Group as N4224W.
					The magazine "Aircraft Illustrated" reports that this plane was recoverd
					from Lake Michigan, went to NMNA, then to David Tallichet in exchange for
					another aircraft.  Currently located at Pima Air and Space
					Museum, AZ.
				16181 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s. 
					In 1997 was stored at National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				16245	(VC-13)	ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				16255	(VC-13)	ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				16262 (VC-10) belly-landed on USS Gambier bay and dumped overboard 18 June 1944
				16278 (MSN 1477) ditched in Lake Michigan Jun 26, 1945 and salvaged early 1990s. In 1997 was 
					displayed at National Museum of Naval Aviation.  Now on display at Flying Leathernecks 
					Museum, Miramar, CA.
				16290 (VC-41) w/o 28-Dec-44.  Hit mountain during wingover, Gilroy Hot Springs,CA.
				16447/16471 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV637/JV661
					16451 (JV641) ditched in sortie from HMS Trumpeter May 8, 1945 due
						to fuel system failure. Pilot rescued by HMS Opportune
					16454 (JV644) failed to return from sortie from HMS Nairana
						Dec 12, 1944 (had shot down a Ju 88 so may have been damaged by
						return fire).  Pilot MIA.
					16470 (JV660) set on fire by return fire from Ju 88 during mission
						from HMS Trumpeter Jan 12, 1945 and ditched.  Pilot rescued by
						HMS Zodiac.
				16473 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				16521 (VC-72) w/o 19-Oct-44.  Mid-air with 16590 off Washington State during join-up.  Pilot bailed out 
					but was killed
				16590 (VC-72) w/o 19-Oct-44.  Mid-air with 16521 off Washington State during join up.  Pilot bailed out.
				16660 (VC-21) w/o 6 Jan-45 Marcus Isl.  Crashed on takeoff.
				16691 (VF-100) w/o 23-Dec-44.  Ditched near DE during gunnery practice off Oahu
				16703 (CASU-36,Det-A) w/o 7-Dec-44 during ferry flight due to fuel exhaustion,SE Eureka,Ca.  Pilot bailed 
					out
				16712 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 14-Dec-44 in mid-air during gunnery.  Pilot missing
				16722/16746 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV662/JV686
					16727 (JV667) ran out of fuel due to faulty fuel gauge and ditched
						Jan 11, 1945 whil enroute to RNAS Machrihanish from HMS Campania.
						Pilot rescued.
					16732 (JV672) struck safety barrier post on HMS Campania Mar 14, 1945
						and DBR.  Jettisoned overboard
					16734 (JV674) ditched west of Karmoy, Norway Dec 7, 1944 after being
						hit by flak while strafing enemy gun positions at Haugesund.
						Pilot survived and took to dinghy but was never found.
					16737 (JV677) after landing on HMS Implacable Dec 5,1944 was blown
						over while being struck down.  DBR and jettisoned overboard.
					16746 (JV686) damaged by return fire from Ju 88 during sortie from
						HMS Nairana Feb 10, 1945 and ditched.  Pilot rescued by HMS
						Opportune
				16789 (VC-13) ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
16792/17091		General Motors TBM-1C Avenger
				16821 damaged with VT-80, Gulf of Paria, Trinidad Aul 11,1 944.
				16830 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL433.  No record of fate.
				16842 (VT-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				16849 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				16874 crashed into sea Mar 2, 1944 about 40 mi S of Block Island, RI and
					sank within one minute.
				16898 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				16900 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL434.  No record of fate.
				16914 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945
					as VL404.  No record of fate.
				16922 (VT-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				16948 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL435.  No record of fate
				16956 lost over Peleliu.  Date?  Wreckage is still there.
				16958 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Sep 1945 as
					VL996.  No record of fate.
				16967/16992 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ501/JZ526
					16967 (JZ501) on returning to HMS Victorious Feb 5, 1945
						unable to land due to crashed aircraft on flight deck.
						Out of fuel, so ditched.  Crew rescued.
					16968 (JZ502) struck trees and crashed Aug 24, 1944.
					16979 (JZ513) while landing on HMS Trumpeter on return from
						practice strike mission Aug 17, 1944 stalled and
						went over side into sea.  Crew rescued.
					16983 (JZ517) stalled while landing on HMS Arbiter May 8, 1944
						and went over port side into sea.  Crew rescued.
					16987 (JZ521) SOC ca Jun 1950.
				17019 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				17052 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL403.  No record of fate.
				17084 (VT-80) lost Gulf of Paria, Trinidad Uul 11, 1944.
17092/17248		Douglas R4D-5 
				C-47A-DKs transferred to Navy from USAAF.  Redesignated C-47H in 1962. 
				17092 (MSN 11788/43381) ex USAAF 42-108794.  Delivered to US Navy May 14, 1943.  Assigned to VMR-352 in Aug 1944. 
					Assigned to MAG-9 in Dec 1944. Assigned to MAG-51 in Mar 1945. Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX in 
					Jun 1945. Assigned to MAG-15 in Mar 1946. Assigned to CASU-44 in Aug 1946. Assigned to FASRON 118 
					in October 1946. Assigned to Kwajalein in November 1946. Assigned to FASRON 11 in June 1947. 
					Assigned to NAS San Diego in July 1947. Assigned to NAS Columbus, OH in Oct 1947. Assigned to NAS 
					Litchfield Park, AZ for storage in Apr 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 and assigned new Douglas s/n 43381
					Assigned to VX-6 as LC-117D in Nov 1966. Named "Would you Believe".  Returned to US in January 1968 
					and stored at Davis Monthan AFB.   Sold without engines on 30 Oct 74
					Bought by Basler Turbo Conversions as possible Basler Turbo-67 DC-3 conversion
					Registration N110BF assigned  Jun 12, 2000, ntu, cancelled Jul 11, 2013.
					Sold to DMI Aviation in early 2002.  Currently for sale by DMI Aviation, Tucson, AZ minus engines, 
					avionics and interior.  DMI, or Dross Metals as it was more usually referred to, is now called 
					ARM [Aircraft Restoration and Marketing].
				17093 (MSN 11798) ex USAAF 42-108795.  To US Navy May 25, 1943.  VMR-352 Aug 1944.  MAW-9 Dec 9, 1944.
					NATS Inyokern May 1945.  Quonset Point Oct 1946.  Nart Grossse Isle Mar 1947.   Aborted landing.  SOC Sep 30, 1949
				17094 (MSN 11808) ex USAAF 42-108796.  To US Navy Jun 2, 1943.  - xx - VMR 352 Marines Aug44 - MAW-9
					Dec 1944 MAG-41 Mar 1945 - Corpus Christi Dec 20, 1945 - Quonset Point May 1946 - Coco Solo Nov 1946 - VX-2 
					Chincoteague Jan 1947 to Jul 1948 (R4D-5R)- xx - N7232C - N39 US Navy Dept - FAA 01Aug66 - N39AH US Dept of 
					Agriculture registered Oct 8,1976 - N239GB USDA May 1977 - Southern Illinois Univ Board of Trustees, Carbondale, IL 
					registered Mar 19, 1980 - Tumbleson Piper of St. Louis I, E. Alton, MO, registered Aug 16, 1982 - Air Inst. Svce Inc 
					bought Sep 17, 1982 Eagle Acft of Hammond Inc, Hammond, LA R May83 - D H Sneed, Apopka, FL registered Nov 1983.
 					To civil registry as HK-3220.
				17095 (MSN 11818) ex USAAF 42-108797.  To US Navy Aug 1944 with VMR-152.  MAG-15 Oct 1945.  Jacksonville Feb 1946.  Surplus
				17096 (MSN 11828) ex USAAF 42-108798.  To US Navy Jul 6, 1943.  To VMR-152 Aug 1944.  Corpus Christi Oct 1945.  M 33 Sep 1946.
					San Diego Mar 1948.  Columbus Apr 1948.  San Diego Aug 1948. xx.  Anacostia.   xx.  "6G 096" US Army 1967
				17097 (MSN 11838) ex USAAF 42-108799.  To US Navy Jul 3, 1943. VR-7 Aug 1944.  VR-3 Jun 1945.  Corpus Christi Nov 1945.
					VR-3 Dec 1945.  Jacksonville Jun 1946.  NART Oakland Jan 31, 1947 to Aug 1948.   Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43371.  
					Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
				17098 (MSN 11848) ex USAAF 42-108800.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43340.
				17099 (MSN 11858) ex USAAF 42-108801.  To US Navy Aug 6, 1943.  - xx - TTF Clinton Aug44 - Jacksonville
					Dec 1944 OTU VB-42 Feb 1945 - Jacksonville May 1945 - OTU VB42 Aug 1945 - Whiting Dec 1945 - ATU VB-44 Jan 1946 ATU
					VP-NL12 Dec 1946 - Whiting Jan 1947 - Quonset Point Oct 1947 - Jacksonville Apr 1948 - xx - R4D-5S "4M-099" (1%0) - xx -
					SC-47H - Stored Litchfield Pk (Jul 1964).
				17100 (MSN 11868) ex USAAF 42-108802.  To US Navy Aug 13, 1943.  xx.  VR-5 Aug 1944.  VR-4 Feb 1945. SOC Feb 28, 1946
				17101 (MSN 11878) ex USAAF 42-108803.  To uS Navy Aug 19, 1943.  VR-1 Aug 1944.  Corpus Christi Apr 1945.  VR-1 Aug 1945.
					Quonset Point Jun 1946.  Project Hi-Jump Dec 1946.  Abandoned in Antarctic and sank.  SOC Apr 30, 1947
				17102 (MSN 11888) ex USAAF 42-108804.  to US Navy Aug 26, 1943.  VMR-153 Aug 1944.  Corpus Christi Oct 1945.  San Diego Apr 20, 1946.
					FAW-14 Apr 25, 1946.  Comfair WC San Diego Jun 1946.  Fasron-I 10, Comfair WC Oct 31, 1946.  VRU-3 Dec 1946.  San Diego
					Mar 1948.  Columbus Apr 1948.  Cherry Point Aug 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43330.  
					Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.  Displayed at Aircraft Restoration and Marketing scrapyard, Tucson, AZ.  Last seen
					there May 2015.
				17103 (MSN 11898) ex USAAF 42-108805.  To US Navy Sep 15, 1943.  VMR-153 Aug 1944.  MAW-3 Oct 5, 1945.  MAG- Oct 15, 1945.
					Corpus Christi Dec 1945.  Miramar Aug 1946.  San Diego Aug 1947.  Columbus Dec 1947.  Stored Litchfield Park
					Jun 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43400.
				17104 (MSN 11908) ex USAAF 42-108806.  To US Navy Sep 15, 1943.  VMR-153 Marines Aug 1944.  Alameda Oct 24, 1944. 
					Jacksonville Mar 1945.  Alameda May 1945. Quonset Point May 1947.  Jacksonville Oct 1947.  NATTC Memphis Mar 1948.  Converted
					to R4D-5E Mar 31, 1948.  Redesignated SS-47H.  Stored Litchfield Park.  For sale Jul 1964. 
				17105 (MSN 11918) ex USAAF 42-108807.  to US Navy Sep 22, 1943.  VMR-353 Marines Aug 1944.  MAW-3 Jan 27, 1945
					San Diego Feb 1945.  Jacksonville Apr 1945.  MAG-25 Sep 27, 1945.  VMR-153 Nov 1945.  Air Pac Ewa Jun 1946.
					San Diego Jul 30, 1946.  FAW-14 Aug 1946.  Fasron-1 Jan 10, 1947.  San diego May 1947.  Quonset Point
					Sep 1947.  Squantum Mar 1948.  Crashed into side of Antisana volcano, Ecuador May 15, 1964 while on US Navy cargo supply mision to
					the interior.  Airframe burned out.  One of 11 onboard killed.
				17106 (MSN 11928) ex USAAF 42-108808.  To US Navy Sep 30, 1943.   VMR-153 Marines Aug 1944.  MAG-15 Jan 21, 1946.
					MAG-25/MAR Air West Jan 28, 1946.  Quonset Point Feb 1946.  Corpus Christi Mar 1946.  Quonset Point Jun 1946.
					S Weymouth Jul 15, 1946.  Cherry Point Dec 1947.  NATTC Memphis Apr 1948.  To R4D-6S.
					To N9881 US Navy Dept.  N51 reregistered FAA Aug 1, 1966.  Dept of Trasnsprtation.  N71 DDepartment of Transportation
					Feb 1, 1973.  Cancelled Dec 4, 1974.  N916 US Department of Agriculture registered Mar 10, 1976.  N223GB
					US Department of Agriculture Jun 1977.  Stored Douglas-Bisbee, AA 1979.  Cancelled Sep 1981.   In 1987 preserved at 
					Dyess AFB, TX although nominally on charge of USAFM
				17107 (MSN 11938) ex USAAF 42-108809.  To US Navy Sep 25, 1943.  Delivered to USN as R4D-5 in Sept 1943.  Assigned to VR-7 in Aug 1944. 
					Assigned to VRS-1 in Sept 1945. Assigned to Project North (??) in July 1946. Assigned to NAS Patuxent 
					River MD in Sept 1946. Assigned to NAS Quonset Point RI Apr 1947. Assigned to NATC Chincoteague VA in Aug 1947
					There is a break in the records until she was redesignated LC-47H.  Assigned to VX-6 in 1962. 
					Named Ahab’s Clyde / Deep Freeze Express.  Crashed Horlick Mountains, Antarctica Nov 8, 1965.  
					The undercarriage collapsed on landing.
				17108 (MSN 11948) ex USAAF 42-108810.  To US Navy Oct 4, 1943. Assigned to NAS Whidbey Island, WA.  VR-7 Aug 1944.  VR-1 Jun 1, 1946.  Stored
					Jul 1, 1946. NAS Quonset Point Sep 1946.  New York Jan 1947 to Aug 1948.  R4D-6R USN Attache, London.  Assigned to
					FASRON (Special)-200, Hendon, England Sep 1956. 
					Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43369
				17109 (MSN 11958) ex USAAF 42-108811. To US Navy Oct 7, 1943.  VR-3 Aug 1944.  VR-4 Dec 1944.  VR-13 Feb 1945 Com Air Pac.
					SC Feb 15, 1946.  VR- Mar 11,1 946.  Alameda Apr 1946.  Quonset Point Jun 24, 1946.  SOC Feb 28, 1947 
				17110 (MSN 11968) ex USAAF 42-108812.  To US Navy Oct 14, 1943.   VR-3 Aug 1944.  VR-9 Dec 1944.  VR-1 Jan 1945. VR-9 Sep 15, 1945.
					VR-1 Oct 1945.  Quonset Point Mar 1964.  Naval Ordnance Test, Inyokern Oct 1946 to Aug 1948.  USMC Bex.
					Stored Litchfield Park 1962 to 1966. Sold Feb 15, 1966.  To N17112 Trans Texas Airlines leased 1967.  
					California Airmotive Corp Apr 1969.  Conroy Aircraft Corp Goleta CA 1969 to 1974 
				17111 (MSN 11978) ex USAAF 42-108813.  To US Navy Oct 16, 1943. VR-3 Aug 1944.  VR-1 Sep 10, 1944.  Corpus Christi Mar 1, 1946.
					VRF-1 Jun 1946. Memphis Jul 16 1946.  Quonset Point Aug 18 1947.  Alameda Feb 26, 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43304
				17112 (MSN 11988) ex USAAF 42-108814.  To US Navy Oct 25, 1943.  MAW-2 Nov 1944.  AFMF Pac Jun 1945.  Pearl Harbor Dec 26, 1946.
					San diego Feb 1947.  Quonset Point May 1947.  Los Alamitos Oct 1947.  Stored Davis Monthan May 1975.  To Allied
					Aircraft Sales, Inc.
				17113 (MSN 11998) ex USAAF 42-108815.  To US Navy Oct 28, 1943.  VMR-252 Aug 1944.  MAW-9 Dec 1944.  Quonset Point Dec 1945.
					VRU-2 Nov 1946.  VR-22 Norfolk Jun 1948.  To R4D-5R.  To N10616 US Department of Defense. Modified to DC-3C
					airliner configuration by Trans Texas Airways as N10616.   Leased to Trans Texas Airlines 
					To TC-47H.  Back to US Navy as 17113.  For sale Litchfield Park Feb 15, 1966
				17114 (MSN 12008) ex USAAF 42-108816l.  To US Navy Oct 31, 1943.  VMR-152 Marines Aug 1944.  MM-AWC Jun 22,1945.  MAG-1
					Oct 5, 1945.  MAG-25/MAW-1 Feb 14, 1946.  VMR-153 Mar 1946.  Com Nav Japan Jun 1946.  CASU F Jun 12, 1946.
					Fasron-13 Nov 1946.  Pearl Harbor May 19, 1947.  Alameda May 1947. Colombus Apr 1948.
					In forced landing after takeoff near NAS Patuxent River, MD May 9, 1951.
				17115 (MSN 12018) ex USAAF 42-108817.  To US Navy Nov 24, 1943.  VMR-152 Aug 1944.  MAG-14 May 1945.
					(MAG-14) crashed in bad weather Sept 11, 1945.  SOC Oct 31, 1945
				17116 (MSN 12028) ex USAAF 42-108818.  To US Navy Nov 24, 1943.  VMR-152/MAW-3 Jun 26, 1946.  MAG-15 Feb 18, 1946.
					MCAS El Centro Feb 27, 1946.  Quonset Point Mar 1946.  Stored Sep 1946.  Cherry Point Apr 1948.
					Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43307.  Redesignated C-117D in 1962.  WFJU Dec 1978 and then flown
					to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  Sold on commercial market Aug 1985 and registered N116DT, cancelled Jun 29, 1988.
					To Canadian civil registry as C-GJGQ.  Eventually handed over \to British Columbia Aviation Museum
					at Victoria, which dismantled the aircraft, preserving the cockpit and forward fuselage and scrapping
					the rest.
				17117 (MSN 12038) ex USAAF 42-108819.  To US Navy Nov 24, 1943.  NATS.  SOC Jan 28, 1944
				17118 (MSN 12048) ex USAAF 42-108820.  To US Navy Nov 28, 1943.  - VR-3 Aug 1944 - VR-4 Dec 1944 - VR-13
					Feb 1945 - Com Air Pac Feb 6, 1946 - Honolulu Feb 1946 - Pearl Harbor Jul 8, 1946 - San Diego Aug 1946 - Quonset Point
					Nov 29, 1946 - VMU Corpus Christi May 1947 - ATU Jacksonville Feb 1948 - NAATC Jacksonville Aug 1948  - R4D-5R -
					Modified to DC-3C airliner configuration for Ozark Airlines by Pan American Airways.
					Leased to Ozark Airlines Inc as N145D - Back to US Navy as TC-47H, Stored Litchfield Park - For sale (Feb 15, 1966) - B/u 1972.
				17119 (MSN 12058) ex USAAF 42-108821.  To US Navy Nov 24, 1943.  VR-1 Aug 1944.  VR-9 Oct 30 1945.  VR-1 Dec 1945.
					Quonset Point Mar 1946.  Stored Aug 1946.  Columbus Oct 1946.  Stored May 1948.  To N79966 US Navy Attache,
					Cairo, Egypt.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43378.  Rebuilt in 1952 into Super DC-3 configuration.
				17120 (MSN 12068) ex USAAF 42-108822.  To US Navy Dec 14, 1943.  Returned to USAF as 42-108822 Jan 6, 1944.
				17121 (MSN 12078) ex USAAF 42-108823.  To US Navy Nov 22, 1943.  VR-7 Aug 1944.  VR-1 Jun 1, 1946.  Stored Jul 1, 1946.
					Quonset Point Oct 1946.  Norfolk Feb 1947.  US Marines 1954.  China Lake 1958.  USMC C-47H.  Stored Davis
					Monthan Apr 1971 to May 1975
				17122 (MSN 12088) ex USAAF 42-108824.  To US Navy Dec 2, 1943.  VRS-1 Aug 1944.  VR-3 Jul 1945.  Quonset Point
					Mar 1946.  Stored Aug 1946.  To Quonset Point Apr 1948.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43335.
				17123 (MSN 12178) ex USAAF 42-108833.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43333.  Operated
					as Blue Angels support aircraft in 1949
				17124 (MSN 12188) ex USAAF 42-108834.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43310
				17125 (MSN 12198) ex USAAF 42-108835.  SOC Apr 30, 1946 as surplus.
				17126 (MSN 12261) ex USAAF 42-92458.  To N41 then N23
				17127 (MSN 12263) ex USAAF 42-92460.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43336.  Assigned to VR-25, Hendon, England Jun 1952.
					Assigned to FASRON-76, Hendon, england Feb 1953.  Returned to USA May 1954.  Reported
					2002 in yard near AMARC
				17128 (MSN 12264) ex USAAF 42-92461.  W/o Jul 22, 1944 when hit high ground at Recife, Brazil
				17129 (MSN 12269) ex USAAF 42-92465
				17130 (MSN 12270) ex USAAF 42-92466.  W/o Jul 5, 1945 at Love Field, Dallas, Texas
				17131 (MSN 12275) ex USAAF 42-92471.  W/o Feb 4, 1947, missing off Assateague Island, VA
				17132 (MSN 12290) ex USAAF 42-92484
				17133 (MSN 12330) ex USAAF 42-92520.  Crashed at sea 6 mi SE of Momote airstrip
						Los Negros, Island May 17, 1945.  4 killed.
				17134 (MSN 12283) ex USAAF 42-92478
				17135 (MSN 12331) ex USAAF 42-92521.  Delivered to USN on 1/21/44. Transferred to USMC 8/4/44 and operated 
					in the Pacific Theater as late as 1947.  In San Diego in April 1948, then to Columbus, OH two months 
					later. In 1962 redesignated as C-47H and named “Lemoore.” On 8/16/71 became N9382 and went to Naval 
					Arctic Research Laboratory at Point Barrow, AK, still in Navy livery. Offered for sale in 1977, being 
					purchased by a cargo operator in Anchorage in 1981. By 1988 it was operating out of Michigan. 
				17136 (MSN 12237) ex USAAF 42-92482.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
					Registered as NASA 817.  Registration N837NA assigned Jun 23, 1969 but ntu, cancelled Jun 5, 1989.
				17137 (MSN 12288) ex USAAF 42-108844
				17138 (MSN 12296) ex USAAF 42-92490. Sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966.  Now on civil registry as N91378
				17139 (MSN 12297) ex USAAF 42-92491
				17140 (MSN 12298) ex USAAF 42-108845.  Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43385.
				17141 (MSN 12311) ex USAAF 42-92503
				17142 (MSN 12312) ex USAAF 42-92504.  In wheels up landing at MCAS El Toro, CA 1946
				17143 (MSN 12313) ex USAAF 42-92505.  w/o Feb 19, 1951 in landing accident at Olanthe NAS, Kansas
				17144 (MSN 12334) ex USAAF 42-92524.  Force landed near Patuxent River, MD May 26, 1946.  4 killed.
				17145 (MSN 12335) ex USAAF 42-92525.  Crashed Apr 28, 1944 SW of Winona, AZ.  19 killed.
				17146 (MSN 12336) ex USAAF 42-92526.  Modified to R4D-5R.  Leased to Piedmont Airlines as N3946A and modified
					to DC-3C airliner configuration.  returned from lease by Nov 1959.  Redesignated TC-47H in 1962.  Sold at
					NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966.
				17147 (MSN 12337) ex USAAF 42-92527.  Modified to R4D-5R.  Modified to DC-3C airliner configuration.  Returned
					from lease by Jul 1959.  Redesignated TC-47H in 19672.  Sold at NAF Litchfield Park, Az Feb 15, 1966
				17148 (MSN 12338) ex USAAF 42-108849
				17149/17153 (MSN 12339/12343) ex USAAF 42-92528/92532
					17149 (MSN 12339) Assigned to VR-1 at NAS Patuxent River, Md, assigned to VR-24, Hendon, England Jan 1951.
						To Douglas Santa Monica Aug 1952 and converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43383.   Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
					17150 (MSN 12340) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43311.  Assigned to FASRON-76, Hendon, England Oct 1954.
						Assigned to FASRON (Special)-200, Hendon, England Feb 1955.  Returned to USA Oct 1956.
						Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
					17152 (MSN 12342) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43364
					17153 converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43345.  Redesignated C-117D.  Based at NAS Bermuda in 1971.
						Retired Jun 1974.  Sold surplus.  To N58297, N307SF, N321L
				17154 (MSN 12427) ex USAAF 42-92608.  Delivered to USN as R4D-5 on 6 Feb 1944
					Assigned to VR-7 in Aug 1944. Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi TX in June 1945. Assigned to 
					NAS Quonset Point RI in June 1946. Assigned to NARTU at NAS Seattle WA in June 1947.  Assigned to Vr-24, Hendon,
					England Feb 1950.  To Douglas Santa Monica Jul 1952 for conversion to R4D-8 and assigned new Douglas s/n 43373
					Converted to R4D-8L and assigned to VX-6 in 1958. Named Negatus Perspirus
					On Christmas Eve 1959, an R4D-8L crashed while trying to land during a whiteout condition 
					at Byrd Station in Antarctica.  The aircraft was on final approach when the Dakota stalled and the right 
					wing dropped. The right wing hit the surface and broke.  There were no injuries, but the 
					plane was destroyed.
				17155 (MSN 12428) ex USAAF 42-108858. 
				17156/17158 (MSN 12429/12431) ex USAAF 42-92609/92611
					17156 (MSN 12429) converted to R4D-8/C-117D MSN 43342.  SOC Jan 11, 1979.  Spotted in derelict condition at 
						Museum Compound, China Lake, California May 1998.
					17158 (MSN 12431) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43368
				17159/17161 (MSN 12515/12517) ex USAAF 42-92687/92689
					17159 modified to R4D-5R.  Part modified to DC-3 airliner configuration by Aloha airlines as N2804D.
						Redesignated TC-47H in 1962.  Sold at NAF Litchield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
					17160 converted to R4D-8 MSN 43331.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
					17161 undershot landing at NAS Kahalui, Maui, HI
						Jun 30, 1945.
				17162 (MSN 12518) ex USAAF 42-108867
					Mechanical failure at Okinawa May 24, 1945.
				17163/17168 (MSN 12519/12524) ex USAAF 42-92690/92695
					17163 Delivered to USN at Mayfair CA in Feb 1944,  Assigned to the USMC (USMC) 1944. Assigned to 
						VMR-253 in Aug 1944. Assigned to MAG-15 in Oct 1944. Assigned to VMR-353 in Jan 1945. 
						Assigned to MAG-35 in May. Assigned to MARFAIR WEST in May 1945. Assigned to MAG-53 at NAS 
						Corpus Christi, TX in May 1945.  Placed in storage at Litchfield Park AZ in June 1946
						To MCAS Cherry Point NC in May 1948 Converted to R4D-5L.  Assigned to VX-6 on 17 October 1956. 
						Named Takahe.  Coded XD-7 (JD-7 effective late 1957).  Crashed Sept 15, 1959, while making a 
						landing at Hallet Station.   After the touchdown on the ice at  Hallet the starboard main 
						landing gear collapsed.  The plane was declared a strike because it was not economical 
						to repair due to its age.
					17165 converted to R4D-8 MSN 43341.  To AMARC as 6C0052 Aug 1977.  Became N1037A
					17166 converted to R4D-8/C-117D (MSN 43347). Sold to TBM as N8538C. 
						Sold to Intercoastal Airways as N973SN. Sold to Aero Norte of 
						Peru as OB-T-1325.
					17168 (MSN 12524) assigned to VR-1 at NAS Patuxent River, MD.  Assigned to Hendon, England May 1952 for use
						by the Naval Attache, US Embassy, London.   Registered N837M with c/n 43-17168, current
				17169/17173 (MSN 12552/12556) ex USAAF 42-92720/92724
					17169 (MSN 12552) converted to R4D-8 MSN 43350
					17170 in landing accident at Peleliu Field, Palau Nov 19, 1945.
					17171 converted to R4D-8 MSN 43309.  Fuselage has been sitting
						on the south coast of Iceland since about 1973.
					17172 (MSN 12555, ex USAAF 42-92723) converted to R4D-5R, then TC-47H.  Leased from US Navy by Piedmont
						Airlines as N9519C.  Modified to airline configuradion DC-3C, but later reregistered N60V (named
						Catawba Pacemaker).  Later parked at Litchfield Park, Phoenix, Arizona.  Sold government surplus
						Feb 15, 1966.
					17173 (MSN 12556, ex USAAF 42-92724) converted to R4D-5S, then SC-47H.  Redesignated TC-47H in 1962.  WFU.   
						Later parked at Litchfield Park, Phoenix, Arizona.  Sold government surplus Feb 15, 1966.  
						To Caribbean Helicopters of Miami in 1966 as N4795S.  NLR 1971. 
				17174 (MSN 12679) ex USAAF 42-92834.  Sold to movie actor Clark Gable, who used the aircraft to ferry
					passengers such as Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, JFK, Ted Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan around.
					It bore the civil registration N242AG at some time.  It is now in the Museo Del ''Aviacione at
					Cerbaiola, Italy.
				17175 (MSN 12779) ex USAAF 42-92924.  Rebuilt as R4D-8/C-117D MSN 43301.  In 2011 was N32TN with Trans Northern Airways, 
					Anchorage, Alaska
				17176 (MSN 12733) ex USAAF 42-92883
				17177 (MSN 12743) ex USAAF 42-92892.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43306.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
				17178 (MSN 12753) ex USAAF 42-92901.  Modified to R4D-5R.  Leased to Ozark Airlines as N147D and modified to
					DC-3C airliner configuration by Pan American Airways.  Redesignated TC-47H in 1962.  Sold at NAF Litchfield
					Park, Az Feb 15, 1966
				17179 (MSN 12768) ex USAAF 42-108892.  Converted to R4D-8 MSN 43346.
					Crashed into volcano crater Dec 20, 1953 during
					search mission on Agrihan Island, Marianas.  Crew killed.
				17180 (MSN 12778) ex USAAF 42-108893
					Flew into mountain peak on Guadalcanal Jun 12, 1944.
						15 killed.  Was with VMR-153.
				17182 (MSN 12879) ex USAAF 42-93014.  Served with VMR-153.  Converted to R4D-8/C-117D (MSN 43375).  
					To Air-Dale Flying Service Ltd, Ontario, Canada as C-FLED. Sold to
					Great Northern Freight of Sault Ste Marie, Canada still as C-FLED in 1985.
					To Equator Traders of Pohnpei, FSM as N9796N Dec 1989.   Sold to Soriano
					Air Cargo of Philippines but NTU.  In 1992 sold to GENAVCO Air Cargo
					of Hawaii still as N9796N.  To Kamaka Air Inc of Hawaii in 2003 after
					their takeover of GENAVCO, still registered as N9796N.  Still active in
					Sept 2004.
				17183 (MSN 12798) ex USAAF 42-108895
				17184 (MSN 12808) ex USAAF 42-108896
					Lost at Guam due to unknown cause Nov 3, 1944.
						Was with VMB-253
				17185 (MSN 12818) ex USAAF 42-108897.  W/o Jul 16, 1945 Le Shima Field, Okinawa
				17186 (MSN 12828) ex USAAF 42-108898
					Blew tire in takeof, Le Shima Jul 16, 1945 and ground-looped.
				17187 (MSN 12838) ex USAAF 42-108899
					Got lost and ditched at sea out of NAF Tutulia, Samar Jun 29, 1946.
				17188 (MSN 12847) ex USAAF 42-92986.  Delivered to USMC as R4D-5 in Apr 1944.  Assigned to VMR-253 
					in Aug 1944. Assigned to VMR-152 in Mar 1945. Assigned to AIRFMFPAC in Apr 1945. Assigned to  
					NAS Corpus Christi TX May 1945. Assigned to  MAG-15 in Jan 1946. Assigned to VMR-152 in Feb 1946. 
					Assigned to MAG-25 in May 1946. Assigned to CASU-12 in July 1946. Assigned to CASU-44 in Sept 1946. 
					Assigned to FASRON 118 in Oct 1946. Assigned to FASRON ??? on Nov 1946. Assigned to NAS Pearl 
					Harbor in May 1947.  Converted to R4D-8 in early 1950s with new Douglas s/n 43384
					Converted to R4D-8L.  Assigned to VX-6 in 1958. Named Lou Bird II / Big Daddy / The Losers
					Redesignated LC-117D in 1962.  Crashed  Sentinel Ridge, Antarctica Nov 22, 1962.  Ski landing gear 
					collapsed on landing
				17189 (MSN 12788) ex USAAF 42-108894
				17190/17191 (MSN 12979/12980) ex USAAF 42-93104/93105
					17190 (MSN 12979) ex USAAF 42-93104.  Rebuilt as R4D-8/C-117D with new MSN 43365.  In 2011 was N28TN with Trans Northern
						Airways, Anchorage, Alaska
					17191 (MSN 12980) ex USAAF 42-93105.  To storage May 1946. Converted to R4D-8
						with new MSN 43379, returned to USN from Douglas December 1952. Retired from	
						service 1973; in 1987 was on display at NAF Keflavik, Iceland.  Moved
						Sept 2002 to Egils Olafssonair Minja-Og Fugminjasafn at Bjargtangar, Iceland. 
						It is now derelict without wings or rudder.
				17192/17196 (MSN 13003/13007) ex USAAF 42-93126/93130
					17193 (MSN 13004) ex USAF 42-93127.  To civil registry as N226GB.
						On display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum.
					17194 converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43352.  Assigned to NAS Lemoore, CA.  Redesignated
						C-117D in 1962.  Registered 1997 to Basler Turbo Conversions as N107BF but believed never 
						delivered from AMARC. Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.  Currently scheduled
						for scrapping
					17195 to Frontier Airlines as N7820B
					17196 (MSN 13007) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43357.  W/o Apr 23, 1953 in crash near Chehalis, WA.
						1 killed, 10 bailed out.
				17197 (MSN 13008) ex USAAF 42-108916
				17198 (MSN 13009) ex USAAF 42-93131.  To Chilean Navy in 1969 as 121.  
					Preserved by Chilean Navy as Naval 121 at Base Aeronaval Vina del Mar.
				17199 (MSN 13079) ex USAAF 42-93194.  Sold at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 15, 1966
				17200/17207 (MSN 13100/13107) ex USAAF 42-93213/93220
					17202 w/o Mar 13, 1945 
					17205 (MSN 13105) ex USAAF 42-93218 to US Army as 66-8836.
					17207 (VR-771) flew into Loma Prieta Mountain,
						CA in overcast Apr 6, 1952.  3 killed.
				17208 (MSN 13179) ex USAAF 42-93284
					17208 in takeoff accident May 5, 1945 at Emirau.
						Was with VMR-153.
				17209 (MSN 13108) ex USAAF 42-108926
				17210 (MSN 13180) ex USAAF 42-93285.  Sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
				17211/17217 (MSN 13221/12227) ex USAAF 42-93322/93328
					17211 (MSN 13221) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43391.  Crashed on takeoff from DaNang, Vietnam Jul 25, 1966
						in bad weather.  4 of 5 crewmembers killed.
					17216 (MSN 12226/43334) converted to R4D-8/C-117D MSN 43334.  To civilian registry as N102BF.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
						Fuselage noted at Basler's Oshkosh facility July 2002.  Originally
						acquired by Turbo Three Corporation, not converted and sold to Basler
						as N102BF.  Fuselage still at Oshkosh 2005.
				17218 (MSN 13228) ex USAAF 42-108938
				17219 (MSN 13279) ex USAAF 42-93374.  Delivered to USN as R4D-5 at NAS San Diego  CA in May 1944
					ferred to USMC 1944.  Assigned to MAG-24 in Aug 1944. Assigned to VMR-153 in Nov 1944.. 
					Assigned to NAS Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii in Mar 1947. Assigned to NAS Alameda CA in 
					April 1947. Assigned to NAS Columbus OH in Feb 1948. Assigned to NAS San Diego CA in Feb 1948. 
					Assigned to MCAS Ewa, Territory of Hawaii in March 1948. Converted to R4D-8 in early 1950 with
					new MSN 43323.  Transferred back to USMC, converted to R4D-8L.  Assigned to VX-6 Nov 22, 1957.  Damaged
					Nov 25, 1960 while landing on rough snow surface in Horlick Mountains of
					Antarctic.  Suffered serious landing gear damage.  After temporary repairs
					limped back to McMurdo Air Facilities and loaded on a ship and sent home
					for repiar.  DBR while landing in the Sentinel Range, Antarctic Nov 12, 1961.
					During the rollout, the left landing gear collapsed, resulting in substantial
					damage to the aircraft.  Because of the remote location, the aircraft was
					declared not salveageable Nov 24, 1961.
				17220 (MSN 13588) ex USAAF 42-108947
				17221/17227 (MSN 13319/13325) ex USAAF 42-93410/93416
					17221 delivered at NAS San Diego, CA May 1944.  Assigned to USMC in 1944.  Assigned to AIRFMFPAC in 
						Jun 1946. Assigned to NAS Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii in June 1946. Assigned to NAS San 
						Diego CA in Sep 1946. Assigned to NAS Columbus OH in Feb 1947.  Placed in storage in December 1947
						Converted to LC-47H 1963 by Ling-Temco-Vought.  Assigned to VX-6 in Oct 1963. Named Kool Kiwi / Yankee 
						Tiki A Te Hau / Mutha Goose / The Emperor.  Withdrawn from use on 18 April 1969. On permanent 
						loan from the US Government to the City of Christchurch to honour the relationship between 
						Christchurch and the US Antarctic Programme.  On display at the Ferrymead Aeronautical Society, 
						Christchurch, New Zealand.  The aircraft sustained slight damage to its undercarriage during the 
						February 2011 Christchurch earthquake. 
					17223 (MSN 13321).  By 1954 was YU-ACA of Jugoslovenski 
						Aero-Transport.  To French military as no 23; then to US civil registry as N96BF 
						and converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 5).  Crashed at 
						Lobito, Central African Republic Dec 15, 1994 during a Red Cross flight to 
						Angola.
					17224 retracted wheels during takeoff roll MCAS Ewa, HI Jul 12, 1946.
					17226 sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
				17228 (MSN 13379) ex USAAF 42-93464
					Flew into hill in overcast near San Carlos, CA
						Mar 14, 1945.  7 killed.  Was with VR-3.
				17229/17234 (MSN 13591/13596) ex USAAF 42-93655/93660
					17232 (VR-13) hit mountain at night on Biak
						Aug 4, 1945.  5 killed.
					17234 (VR-13) in midair collision with USAAF
						L-5 off end of runway of Tacloban Airstrip
						Leyte Jan 15, 1945.  21 killed.
				17235/17237 (MSN 25314/25316) ex USAAF 43-48053/48055
					17236 (ATS-13) force landed on Owl Island and caught 
						fire Feb 1945. 
				17238 (MSN 25324) ex 43-48063
				17239 (MSN 25424) ex 43-48163.  Delivered to USN as R4D-5 at NAS San Diego in  July 1944
					Assigned to VH-3 in July 1944. Assigned to VE-3 in Dec 1944. Assigned to VE-2 in Jan 1945. Assigned 
					to VRE-1 in Mar 1945. Assigned to VR-13 in Apr 1945. Assigned to Commander Air Pacific in Feb 1946. 
					Assigned to VR-11 in Apr 1946. Assigned to NAS Quonset Point in July 1946. Assigned to Electronic 
					Test at NAS Patuxent River  MD in Jan 1947. Assigned to FACTULANT in Nov 1947
					There is a break in the records until assigned to NAS Whidby Island in 1961.  Assigned to VX-6 
					and named SNAFU on 20 November 1961.  Converted to R4D-5L. Redesignated LC-47H in 1962
					Crashed Oct 6, 1965 on Ross Ice Shelf about 3 mi from Williams Field, 
					Antarctic, while taking off after a practice open field landing.  An improperly rigged
					ski cable slipped and the front of one ski dug into the snow.
				17240/17248 (MSN 25438/25446) ex 43-48177/48185.
					17240 ground looped on landing at Lido Field, Italy May 30, 1945.
					17241 (MSN 25439) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43343.  Crashed on takeoff from Naples following engine failure and
						SOC Mar 30, 1959.
					17242 (MSN 25440) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43392  
					17244 (MSN 13997/25442) crashed into Hon Chay mountain Feb 
						17, 1960 on flight from Saigon to Hue.  All 3 crew
						aboard killed.
					17245 (MSN 13998/25443).  Became N1561M.  By 1955 was N54V
						of Piedmont Aviation, Inc.  Converted to Basler 
						BT-67 (Basler conversion no 24) and to Colombian AF 
						as FAC 1686
					17246 (MSN 25444) Delivered to USN at NAS San Diego CA as R4D-5 in July 1944
						To NATS 1944. Assigned to Rescue Squadron Three (VH-3) in August 1944. Assigned to Evacuation 
						Squadron Two (VE-2) in December 1944. Assigned to Air Transport Evacuation Squadron One (VRE-1) 
						in March 1945. Assigned to VR-11 in June 1945. Assigned to Commander Amphibious Force, 7th Fleet 
						in August 1945. Assigned to Commander Mariana Islands in November 1945. Assigned to Carrier 
						Aircraft Service Unit One (CASU-1) in May 1946. Assigned to NAS Pearl Harbor, Territory of 
						Hawaii on 9 July 1946. Assigned to NAS San Diego CA  in August 1946. Assigned to NAS Columbus 
						OH in January 1947.  Transfered to MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina in November 1947
						Converted to R4D-5L.  Assigned to VX-6 on 1 October 1956. Named Torono II / Little Horrible / Korora II
						Withdrawn from use in May 1961.  *Little Horrible* abandoned at McMurdo, Antarctic
					17248 (MSN 25446) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43374
17249/17291		Douglas R4D-6 
				C-47B-DKs transferred to Navy from USAAF.  Redesignated 
					C-47J in 1962.
				17249 (MSN 25524) ex USAAF 43-48263
				17250 (MSN 25624) ex USAAF 43-48363
				17251/17263 (MSN 25626/25638) ex USAAF 43-48365/48377
					17253 (MSN 25628) Delivered to USN as R4D-6 at NAS Norfolk VA in August 1944
						Assigned to Headquarters Squadron Two (HDN-2) of Fleet Air Wing Five (FAW-5) 1944. 
						Assigned to MAG-21 in July 1946. Assigned to NAS Quonset Point RI in Sept 1946. Assigned 
						to Naval Reserve at NAS Grosse Ile, MI in Dec 1946.  Converted to R4D-8 in early 1950s and 
						assigned new Douglas s/n 43377.  Converted to R4D-8L.  Assigned to VX-6 date unknown
						Redesignated LC-117D in 1962.  In December 1979 the aircraft was at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan 
					17254 (MSN 25629) to Thai AF as 254, converted to Basler BT 67.  Lost on a flight over the Chilean Andes
						Mountains Aug 4, 1969.  Wreck never found.  There were 16 persons onboard.

					17255 (MSN 25630) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43318
					17256 transferred to US Army as 17256.  Assigned to Fort Huachuca, AZ for training SLAR and IR operators.
						To MASDC. To Summer Institute of Linguistics, Huntington Beach, CA.  Registered N62229 Jun 28, 1974,
						cancelled Mar 25, 1975.
					17258 (MSN 25633) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43390
					17259 (MSN 25634) ex USAAF 43-48373.  By Aug 1964 was operated
						by Wien Alaska Airways as N21769. Later to N777YA.
					17261 (VR-3) landing accident at NAS Olathe, KA Aug 18, 1945.
					17263 flew into ground during bad weather near Toledo, APT Jan 23, 1949.
				17264 (MSN 25724) ex USAAF 43-48463
				17265/17277 (MSN 25768/25780) ex USAAF 43-48507/48519
					17265 (MSN 25768) by 1954 was N91014 of Wien Alaska Airlines
					17266 (MSN 25769) sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966.  Converted to BT-67 and flies as C-FTGX.
					17267 (MAW-1) ground looped landing at Ashiya AB Feb 9, 1951.
					17270 (MSN 25773) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43387
					17271 (MSN 25774) sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
					17272 (MSN 25775) to N7633C, N44, LV-BDJ, LQ-INL, VR-11 Jun 21, 1965 FAA
					17273 (MSN 25776) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43303.
					17274 (MSN 25777) converted to R4D-6L.  Delivered to USN as R4D-6 at NAS San Diego CA in Sept 1944
						Assigned to Headquarters Squadron Fleet Air Wing One (HDN FAW-1) in Sept 1944. Assigned to VH-4 
						in Sept 1944. Assigned to FAW-14 in Nov 1944. Assigned toVE-1 in March 1945. Assigned to VR-3 
						in April 1945.  Stored at NAFC Litchfield Park, AZ in January 1948.  Converted to R4D-6L
						Assigned to VX-6 in December 1955. Named Charlene / Tawaiki.  To Antarctica on 17 October 1956.
						Crashed on takeoff at NAF McMurdo, Antarctica Sep 13, 1957.  Crashed caused by
						frozen water in the fuel lines.  Wreck abandoned at McMurdo, 
						Antarctic.  By 1960 was shorn of wings and used as ground taxi with skis between the ice landing strip
						and McMurdo camp, 4 miles away, using fuel unfit for flying.
					17276 To MASDC as 4ZB025 May 1968. Served with US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team until 1975.   To N48159
					17277 missing on flight between Biak and Momote Jun 7, 1945.  4 missing
				17278 (MSN 25824) ex USAAF 43-48563.  On display at Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA
				17279 (MSN 25924) ex USAAF 43-48663
					17279 hit mountain near Clover Field, CA Jun 13, 1949.  7 killed.
				17280/17282 (MSN 25944/25946) ex USAAF 43-48683/48685
					17281 (MSN 25945) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43359.  With VR-6 crashlanded in bad weather 20 mi SE of Olmsted AFB, PA
						Jun 18, 1950, later was operated as a Blue Angels support aircraft 1949-52.
				17283/17291 (MSN 25948/25956) ex USAAF 43-48687/48695
					17284 (MSN 25949) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN of 43367.
					17285 in midair collision with civilian Stearman near NAS Miami Aug 7, 1948.  10 killed.
					17287 (MSN 25952) converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43372.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
17292/17391		Naval Aircraft Factory TDN-1
17392/17455		Vought F4U-1 Corsair
				17395 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Dec 23, 1943.  Pilot MIA
				17398 crashed on takeoff in sea just off end to Torokina Airstrip, Bougainville, South Pacific Apr 30, 1944.
					RNZAF pilot drowned.
				17420 (VMF-312) crashed Dec 7, 1943 at Quoin Hill (present day Vanuatu)
				17443 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Dec 23, 1943.  Pilot MIA
				17447 (VMF-214) suffered engine fire and burned after landing Apr 27, 1943
				17451 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Dec 23, 1943.  Pilot MIA
17456/18121		Vought F4U-1A Corsair
				17516 converted to XF4U-3 
				17527 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Dec 28, 1943.  Pilot MIA
				17562 collided with tow target and tow aircraft over Slate Mountains, CA Mar 30, 1944.
					Pilot killed.
				17592/17616 to Royal Navy as Corsair I JT170/JT194
					17592 (JT170) overturned on landing at Lewiston Sep 6, 1944,
						declared damaged beyond economical repair.
					17594 (JF172) swung on takeoff from Brunswick Oct 11, 1943
						and struck parked Corsair JT170(17592).  Declared total
						loss and SOC>
					17597 (JT175) crashed on landing at Brunswick Jun 17, 1944.
						Pilot survived.
					17598 (JT176) stalled from 100 feet while on aerodrome dummy
						deck landing approach to Brunswick Oct 5, 1943.  Pilot
						survived by aircraft declared damaged beyond economical
						repair
					17602 (JT180) crashed near runway while on aerodrome dummy
						deck landing approach at Trenton, near Bar Harbour
						Apr 29, 1944.  Pilot died of injuries received.
					17603 (JT181) overturned when brakes applied, Lewiston
						Sep 11, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft damaged
						beyond economical repair.
					17607 (JT185) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
					17608 (JT186) collided with Corsair JT214 (17716) during
						formation flgith Mar 24, 1944 and crashed near Waldoboro,
						ME.  Pilot killed
					17609 (JT187) returned to US Navy by Dec 1945
					17610 (JT188) DBR after undercarriage struck snowdrift during
						aerodrome dummy deck landing approach at Brunswick
						Jan 19, 1944.
					17612 (JT190) collided with Corsair JT198 (17700) during
						formation flight Oct 3, 1943 and crashed at North
						Pownal, ME.  Pilot killed
					17614 (JT192) force landed during sortie from Brunswick Jun 14, 1944.
						Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.
					17615 (JT193) overturned while braking to avoid another 
						aircraft when landing at North Kingstown Aug 20, 1943.
						Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					17616 (JT194) returne to US Navy by Aug 1945.
				17644 (VF-OTU5) ditched 3 mi off Sapelo Islands Oct 20, 1944.
					Royal Navy pilot killed by sharks.
				17679 (VMF-214) lost Oct 13, 1943.
				17697/17721 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT195/JT219
					17697 (JT195) floated into barrier on USS Charger Jan 27, 1944
						and overturned.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR
					17698 (JT196) crashed when port wing folded during takeoff from
						Stretton Nov 29, 1943.  Pilot survived.
					17700 (JT198) crashed at North Pownal, BO Oct 3, 1943 after
						colliding with Corsair JT190 (17612) during formation flight.
						Pilot killed.
					17706 (JT204) papers deposited Mar 23, 1944, which means that plane was
						SOC before that date,probably as a result of striking pom-pom
						barrier and island on HMS Illustrious Dec 10, 1943.
					17707 (JT205) while taxying for takeoff at China Bay, struck by landing
						Corsair JT347 (55960).  Both aircraft burned out, both pilots killed.
					17708 (JT206) starboard wing folded after takeoff from HMS Illustious
						Jan 11, 1944 and crashed into sea and sank.  Pilot killed.
					17709 (JT207) relegated to ground instructional airframe at RAF Locking
						Aug 1945.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
					17713 (JT211) shile landing on HMS Illustrious Jan 7 1944, onewheel struck
						port gun turret and was fromen off.  Aircraft made belly landing
						ashore in field, declared total loss and SOC.  Pilot survived.
					17714 (JT212) stalled on approach to HMS Illustrious Jan 17, 1944 and spun
						into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					17716 (JT214) crashed burned out 2 mi N of Waldoboro, ME Mar 24, 1944 after
						colliding with Corsair JT186 (17608) during formation flight.  Pilot killed.
					17717 (JT215) bounced off lift, missed wires and struck barrier while landing
						on HMS Illustrious Mar 11, 1944.  SOC.
					17718 (JT216) while landing on HMS Illustrious Mar 10, 1944, port wheel struck
						gun turret and was broken off.  Aircraft went through both barriers
						as caught fire.  Pilot killed, aircraft SOC.
				17740 ran out of fuel and ditched adjacent to Melip Village, Malekula Island, unknown date.
				17752/17776 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT220/JT244
					17753 (JT221) relegated to ground instructional airframe at RAF Locking Aug 1945,
						presumably subsequently scrapped
					17757 (JT225) hit rounddown while landing on HMS Unicorn Jan 23, 1945, lost
						port wheel and skidded over port side into sea.  Pilot killed.
					17764 (JT232) struck pom-pom while landing on HMS Illustrious  Mar 11, 1944,
						burst into flames and exploded.  Pilot killed as was one rescuer, another
						subsequently died of burns.
					17769 (JT237) missed wires while attempting to land on HMS Illustrious Dec 12, 1943.
						Port wingtip struck deck and aircraft went over side into sea.  Pilot killed. 
				17777 (VMF-214) overturned on landing Dec 16, 1943.
				17799 (MSN 3884 ??) lew with VMF-411 on Roi-Namur Jun/Jul 1944. SOC Aug 31, 1945.  
					Acquired by MGM Studios for a film that was never made.  Noted derelict outside MGM
					studio in 1969.  To the Air Museum, Ontario, CA in 1970.
					Registered N83782 Sep 1977.  at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA as NX83782.  Flew in
					TV series "Baa Baa Black Sheep"
				17804 (VM-17) shot down by small arms fire near Kahili, Bougainville Nov 21, 1943.  Pilot KIA.
					Wreck discovered in dense jungle in late 1960s.
				17808 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Dec 28, 1943.  Pilot MIA
				17840 (VMF-214) overturned on landing Dec 12, 1943.
				17844 (VMF-214) overturned on landing Dec 17, 1943, pilot injured
				17847/17871 to Royal Navy as JT245/JT269
					17851 (JT249) while performing aerodrom dummy deck landing at Puttalam
						May 22, 1944, stalled, struck runway with port wheel and overturned.
						Pilot survived but aircraft SOC.
					17855 (JT253) force landed on Wallasey Beach Nov 3, 1943 following engine
						fire.  Aircraft SOC.
					17864 (JT262) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945.
				17883 shot down in Pacific theatre Jan 28, 1944
				17888 (VMF-214) overturned on landing Dec 5, 1943.
				17899 (VMF-214) struck by B-24 on ground Jan 1, 1944.
				17910 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Dec 28, 1943.  Pilot MIA
				17915 (VMF-214) shot down Jan 3, 1944 with Maj Gregory Boyington.  Made POW.
				17916 (VMF-214) hit tree Sep 21, 1943 and pilot bailed out
				17952/17962 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT270/JT280
					17959 (JT277) swung into soft earch and overturned while making
						precautionary landing at Colombo Mar 29, 1944.  Pilot unhurt
						but aircraft was total loss.
				17995 to civilian registry as N9028S, then ZK-FUI.  Currently airworthy at Congonhas. 
				18072 (VMF-214) overturned on landing Aug 25, 1943
				18080 (VMF-422) crashed during diving attack on target at Maloelap Atoll, Taroa Island,
					Marshalls Aug 11, 1944.  
				18082/18106 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT281/JT305
					18082 (JT281) made heavy landing on HMS Victorious May 5, 1944 and
						broke back.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					18090 (JT289) broke up when pulling out of dive near Brunswick
						Dec 1, 1943 after engine oversped.  Pilot died of injuries
						received
					18098 (JT297) ran off runway after touchdown and overturned on
						loose ground at Coimbatore Oct 10, 1944.  DBR.
					18099 (JT298) broke formation in cloud and dove into sea 2 mi SE
						of Nilaveli, Trincomalee May 31, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					18100 (JT299) while returning to HMS Victorious after strike on German
						battleshp Tirpitz Apr 3, 1944, floated over wires into barrier.
						Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR
					10103 (JT302) hit by flak and ditched near Skomvaer Light, Norway
						Apr 26 1944.  Pilot POW.
18122/18191		Vought F4U-1 Corsair
				To Royal Navy as Corsair I JT100/JT169.
				18122 (JT100) crashed on landing at Lewiston Mar 27, 1944.  Pilot
					unhurt but aircraft DBR.
				18123 (JT101) hit ice on lake while flying low, forcelanded on bank
					and struck rocks Apr 14, 1944.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
				18124 (JT102) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945.  Had apparently been 
					written off Royal Navy charge Jul 31, 1944 after tipping on nose
					during forced landing
				18125 (JT103) stalled on approach and cartwheeled off runway during ferry
					flight from Roosevelt Field to Mineola Mar 6, 1943.  Pilot unhurt
					but aircraft DBR.
				18130 (JT108) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18131 (JT109) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945.
				18132 (JT110) spun into woods and burned out at Adamsville, RI during
					training flight Jun 14, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				18137 (JT115) crashed 7 mi W of Readfield Depot, ME Jul 21, 1944 during
					attempted forced landing following engine fire.  Pilot killed.
				18138 (JT116) propeller struck runway during takeoff from North Kingstown
					Jun 3, 1943.  Aircraft crashed and burned out.  Pilot killed
				18139 (JT117) while taking off from North Kingstown Jun 14, 1943 struck
					obstruction and crashed into bomb bunkder which exploded.  Pilot
					died of injures next day.  3 members of crash crew plus 21 other
					personnel injured.
				18141 (JT119) landed with port brak on at Mineola Apr 6, 1945 after
					ferry flight from Roosevelt Field, ran off runway and overturned.
					Pilot unhurt but aicraft DBR
				18144 (JT122) returned to US Navy by Dec 1945
				18145 (JT123) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18147 (JT125) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945.
				18149 (JT127) crashed into snowbank while performming dummy deck
					landings at Brunswick Jan 21, 1944 and DBR
				18150 (JT128) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18151 (JT129) spun into Narragansett Bay while on approach to
					Quonset Point Jul 14, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				18152 (JT130) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18154 (JT132) flew into Sebago Lake, ME May 16, 1944 (had
					possibly collided with Corsair JT160 (BuNo 18182). Pilot
					killed.
				18156 (JT134) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945.
				18157 (JT135) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18158 (JT136) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18159 (JT137) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18160 (JT138) crashed into Sakonnet River, RI Jul 21, 1942 after
					catching fire in flight and exploded.  Pilot bailed out but
					was killed when parachute failed to open.
				18162 (JT140) forcel landed in reiver after engine fire Oct 29, 1943.
					Pilot survived but aircraft DBR
				18164 (JT142) overturned on landing at Brunswick Aug 30, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.
				18166 (JT144) crashed on landing at Brunswick Sep 13, 1943 following
					engine fire and fuel shortage
				18170 (JT148) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18171 (JT149) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18173 (JT151) crashed on landing at Lewiston Apr 15, 1944.  Pilot unhurt.
				18176 (JT154) ran off runway and overturned while landing at Brunswick
					Sep 17, 1943.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
				18177 (JT155) crashed on landing at Brunswick Apr 21, 1944.
					Pilot unhurt.
				18178 (JT156) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18179 (JT157) stalled and crashed during dummy deck landings at
					Brunswick May 29, 1944.  Pilot unhurt
				18180 (JT158) returned to US Navy by Aug 1945
				18182 (JT160) crashed into Sebago Lake, ME May 16, 1944 (had
					possibly collided with Corsair JT132 (BuNo 18154).  Pilot killed.
				18184 (JT162) entered spin and crashed Oct 5, 1943.  Pilot bailed out safely.
				18185 (JT163) while landing at Lewiston Jun 23, 1944 caught in slipstream
					of preceding aircraft, stalled and overturned.  Pilot unhurt
					but aircraft DBR and SOC.
				18186 (JT164) ditched near Brunswick Oct 22, 1943 after running out
					of fuel during formation flight.  Pilot rescued.
				18187 (JT165) swerved and crashed during takeoff from Lewiston Jun 29, 1944.  Pilot unhurt.
				18191 (JT169) collided with Corsair JS559 (08554) Jun 7, 1944 and
					crashed into sea off Pemaquid point.  Pilot killed.
18192/18598		Curtiss SB2C-1C Helldiver
				18201 (VB-13) spun in while landing on USS Franklin 2/30/1944.
				18206 (VB-13) ditched after takeoff from USS Franklin 3/25/1944.
				18207 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18235	USS Hornet. Crashed Jan 22, 1944 with engine problems and ditched off Bermuda
				18237 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18248 crashed at NOTS Inyokern Aug 21, 1944.  Lt Armitage was the pilot and the airfield
					at NOTS China Lake was renamed in his honor.
				18255	(VB-15 on USS Hornet)  crashed Jan 23, 1944 when broke up in steep dive off Bermuda
				18294 assigned to Carrier Aircraft Service Unit [CASU], NAS Norfolk, VA .
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Apr 17, 1944 to Jun 21, 1945.
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.
				18321 (VB-11) crashed and burned near NAS Hilo 5/23/1944.
				18343 (VB-3) ditched 25 mi S of NAS Kahalui 5/15/1944
				18387 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18400 (VB-4) ditched off north coast of Maui, Hawaii Sep 1, 1944.  Recently identified, now a dive site.
				18435 (VB-2) in midair with 18444 New Guinea 4/21/1944
				18441 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18444 (VB-2) in midair with 18435 New Guinea 4/21/1944
				18461 (VB-2) jettisoned after landing accident USS Hornet 6/2/1944.
				18469 (VB-2) crashed Gila Bend, Az 2/16/1944 when wing folded in flight.
				18483 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18488 (VB-13) stalled on takeoff from USS Franklin 
					4/1/1944.
				18490 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18511 (VB-80) stalled in turn off Currituck Beach 
					Lighthouse 4/9/1944.
				18512 (VB-2) list in bomb run New Guinea 4/21/1944. 
					2 crew MIA.
				18527 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18580 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18597 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18599/19710		Curtiss SB2C-3 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84E
				18603 (VSB, OUT 1) force landed in swamp near 
					Jacksonville, FL airport 5/24/1945 and burned.
				18620 and 18621 modified as XSB2C-6 (curtiss Model 84H)
				18624 crashed at Oak Grove Air Field, New Bern, NC Feb 17, 1945.
				18643 spun in on waveoff from USS Charger CVE-30 
					in Chesapeake Bay 6/1/1944.
				18670 (VB-80) surveyed at sea Feb 22, 1945.
				18681 wing failed during dive pull out near NAS
					Cecil Field 10/8/1945.  2 killed.
				18698 (VB-80) lost Manila Nov 13, 1944.
				18699 (VB-98) ditched during landing near carrier off
					San Nicholas Island, CA 12/12/1943.
				18729 spun in on takeoff Cecil Field 22/2/1945.
				18756 (VB-80) lost Hainan Jan 16, 1945.
				18766 spun in on landing at Branan Field 4/22/1945.
				18817 (VB-80) surveyed Manila Nov 13, 1944
				18877 (VB-80) surveyed at sea Jan 12, 1945.
				18919 (VB100) hit barrier 6/6/1945, USS Saratoga
				18967 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				18974 damged in fatal ground collision Aug 11, 1944 with NH-1 29489 at NAS Wildwood, NJ
				19036 (VB-80) surveyed Manila Nov 13, 1944.
				19075 at Chino, CA registered as N4250Y.  Noted spring 2004 at Yanks Air Museum,
					Chino, CA awaiting restoration.
				19084 force landed NAS Vero Beach 7/9/1945.
				19143 dove in during practice NAS Cecil Field 
					5/17/1945.  2 killed
				19172 (VB-88) in runway collision 5/29/1945
				19204 stalled in turn for landing NAS Kahalui 6/10/1945
				19232 (VB-80) lost Formosa Jan 9, 1945.
				19262 force landed after takeoff 8/29/45 NAAS Cecil Field.
				19332 assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jan 12, 1945 to Jun 19, 1945.
					Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD. 
				19341 (VRF-2) force landed near Port Columbus, OH 6/12/1944
				19426 mechanical failure 5/14/1945, Guam
				19450 (VB-88) in midair near Medinilla Island, South
					Pacific 5/31/1945.  2 killed
				19454 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19486 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19488 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19491 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19492 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19495 lost due to unknown cause 6/20/1945, Guam
				19499 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19502 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19503 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19505 (VB-80) lost Luzon Jan 7, 1945.
				19510 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19513 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19514 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19516 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19517 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19518 hit barrier 7/15/1945 aboard CVE-60
				19520 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19522 force landed in field near NAAS Cecil Field
					7/5/1945
				19529 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19557 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19565 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19626 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19635 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19637 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19640 (VB-99) in non-combat accident 6/9/1945, Saipan
				19665 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				19671 ground looped on takeoff and burned 5/5/1945,
					Meacham Field, TX.
19711/21191		Curtiss SB2C-4 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84F
				19732 (SB2C-4E, VB-84) in hard landing 4/28/1945, Bunker Hill
				19737 in mid-air collision with SNJ near NAS Pasuilo, South Pacific 12/12/1945.  2 killed.
				19739 hit barrier 3/19/1946 CVE-67 Solomons
				19756 (VB-100) tail failed on dive pullout over 
					Molokai, HI 6/27/1945.  2 bailed out.
				19757 stalled on landing Branan Field, FL 4/5/1946
				19761 (VB-17) hit barrier on landing Hornet 4/25/1945
				19769 (VB-83) in mid-air during combat mission 4/26/1945, Okinawa
				19774 (VB-9) crash-landed due to damage by own bomb blast Okinawa 4/22/1945.
				19800 (VB-9) crashed on takeoff from Yorktown 5/11/1945.  One killed, one OK.
				19804 (VB-9) crashed into water off Yorktown 5/11/1945
				19806 (VB-9) taxied into island 5/4/1945, Yorktown
				19832 suffered structural failure on dive pullout near NAS Cecil Field, FL 11/30/1945.  2 killed.
				19838 (VB-98) lost on takeoff from Los Alamitos 4/28/1945.  2 crew missing.
				19846 (VB-14) in hard landing on Ranger 4/20/1945
				19866 (VB-14) ditched in Otay Lake, CA May 28, 1945 due to engine failure.  2
					crew OK.  Accident report erroneously listed this plane as being 19886.  The plane was
					raised from the lake Aug 20, 2010 and will be restored for display at Naval Aviation Museum
					in Pensacola, FL.  The serial was confirmed to be 19866.
				19878 suffered structural failure in dive near Deland NAS, FL 7/16/1945.  1 killed.
				19886 SOC Jul 1946. A crash report was written saying that this plane ditched in Otay Lake, CA 5/28/1945, but
					when the wreckage was recovered in 2010 it was found that the serial was actually 19866.
				19924 (VMSB-474) midair near MCAS El Toro, CA 6/8/1945.
					2 crew killed
				19938 (VMSB-474) force landed after takeoff from MCAS El Toro, CA 5/17/1945.  Engine failure 9/26/1945
					NAS Deland, FL and undershot landing.
				19949 (VS-61) ditched near Peleliu Island 4/22/1945.
				19955 wing folded during landing at NAS Puunene, HI
					7/22/1945.  2 killed
				19959 stalled on takeoff 8/29/1945 NAS Deland, FL.
				19967 forced landed 8/13/1945 NAS Daytona Beach, FL
				19975 spun in on landing at NAAS New Symrna, FL 11/9/1945.  One killed.
				19977 (VB-94) taxi accident NAS Kahalui, HI 5/21/1945.
				19979 collision with obstacle Saipan, South Pacific 6/6/1945.
				19981 (VMSB-343) hit water and exploded near Midway
					Island 5/3/1945.  2 killed.
				20004 VMSB-244) crashed in dive bomb run on enemy 
					position with no flaps 6/14/1945, Philippines.
					1 killed
				20009 (VB-92) spun in on landing Kobler Field, Saipan
					7/25/1945.  
				20033 (VB-83) spun in off bow during launch Essex 
					7/25/1945.  2 killed
				20036 (VB-88) ditched at sea off Leyte Island 6/27/1945.
				20040 (VB-97) force landed after takeoff 6/8/1945
					Grosse Island NAS, MI
				20049 (CASU-5) emergency landing at Palo Alto 
					Airfield, CA 7/13/1945.
				20066 stalled on landing at NAS Deland, FL 1/10/1946.
				20077 (VB-9) crashed after takeoff from Yorktown
					6/7/1945.  1 killed.
				20080 (VB-88) mechanical failure Yorktown 8/27/1945
				20086 (VB-2) hard landing Manila Bay CVE-61 5/20/1945.
				20088 (VBF) stalled on waveoff from NAS Deland, FL
				20105 (VB-2) overside landing Ticonderoga 5/6/1945 and
					broke in half.  Pilot OK, one killed
				20108 (VB-98) force landed into trees near Los Alamitos,
					CA 5/18/1945.
				20111 (VMSB-333) in midair with 20113 near Barbers Pt,
					HI 6/6/1945.  2 killed
				20113 (VMSB-333) in midair with 20111 near Barbers Pt,
					HI 6/6/1945.  1 killed.
				20115 wheels sup landing at NAAS Herlong, FL 5/10/1946.
				20128 flew into another aircraft's slipstream, crashed
					and sank Solomons CVE-67 11/20/1945.
				20135 forced landing on approach to NAS Deland, FL 
					12/7/1945.
				20136 (VMSB-474) swerved off runway on landing at MCAS
					El Toro, CA 5/28/1945.
				20143 ditched in takeoff rom Solomons CVE-67 10/29/1946.
				20148 (VB-100) overshot landing on Corregidor CVE-58 and
					hit barrier 9/27/1945
				20164 (VMSB-331) ditched Majuro, South Pacific 11/28/1945.
				20167 undershot landing at Brandon Field, Fl 11/28/1945.
				20170 stalled on waveoff landing at NAS Jacksonville, FL
					and crashed into St Johns River 3/6/1945.  2 killed.
				20182 (VB-151) swerved off deck in landing on Charger
					5/21/1945 and sank with pilot 5/21/1945.
				20183 (VB-18) went into inverted spin during bombing
					practice off NAS Quonset Point, RI 2/19/1946.
					2 crew killed.
				20208 fire in midair near NAAS Cecil Field, FL and
					crew bailed out 11/19/1945.
				20250 (VB-2) in hard landing on Ticonderoga 5/7/1945.
				20264 swerved off runway at Orote Field, Guam 7/4/1945.
				20274 dove into water during practice bombing near
					NAS Deland, FL 10/2/1945.  Pilot killed
				20286 (VMSB-231) swerved off runway during landing
					Majuro, South Pacific 6/20/1945.
				20298 (VB-8) force landing in cane field near NAS at
					Oahu, HI. 6/29/1945.
				20309 (CASU-24) nosed over in landing at NAS Cape May,
					NJ 6/5/1945.
				20317 mechanical failure on non-combat mission in west
					central Pacific 7/17/1945.
				20322 VB-19   03.07.45 Takanis Bay   CQL;Hard landing & went over bow
				20323 VS-66  Ens.Eugene M.Stegman 28.07.45 Sp,Mille Atoll   Alu
					Isl,Mille Atoll,Marshall Isl's;stalled in tight turn during strafing
					attack at 300';2/sank with acft
				20329 VB-19   31.05.45 Ca,Cotati   FCLP;Cotati Fld;Landing
					aacc,burned
				20334 VBF,ATU#2   30.11.45 Fl,Deland NAS   force-landed;5mi.S,NAS
				20337 CQTU   15.20.46 Fl,Jax   FCLP;Bronson Fld;spun-in landing
				20386 VMSB-474  2nd.Lt.Darrel R.Ludwig 08.06.45 Ca,El Toro MCS
					Mid-air;1.5mi.W,MCAS;nite sqd tactics;2/killed
				20394 VJ-2   13.10.45 Wa,Seattle NAS   FCLP;Spun-in landing
				20404 VSB,OTU#1   20.02.46 Fl,Jax NAS   Eng
					failure,1/bailed;262deg.15mi.NAS
				20406 CQTU  Ens.Harry J.McReynolds 01.03.46 Fl,Pensacola
					Bronson fld;FCLP;spun-in landing;1/killed
				20436 VBF, OTU#2 10/26/1945 Fl,Deland NAS eng failed during
					landing approach, force-landed; 1mi.W,NAS
				20444 VSB,OTU#1  Lt.Pfaeffle Simson 09.05.46 Fl,Jacksonville
					Tail tore off in dive on bomb target;10mi.NAS Chaffee target;1/killed
				20453 VBF,OTU#1   18.09.45 Fl,St.Catherines Isl   Force-landed on
					bch in shallow water
				20454 VSB,OTU#1   29.01.46 Fl,Jax NAS   Ground-looped landing
				20456 VRF-3 2nd.Lt. W.E. Ohlemacher missing 7/16/1945 Seven Oaks, CA.   
					Plane found by US Forest Service while fighting a fire. 
					Plane buried except for engine which was taken to 
					NAS Terminal Isl;2mi.W,7 Oaks; hit mtn; 2/killed
				20476 VB-58   30.04.45 Cv   NCQL;hit Isl landing
				20489 VBF,OTU#2   19.11.45 Fl,Deland NAS force-landed;2.5mi.E,NAS
				20500 VSB,OTU#1   21.11.45 Fl,Jax   Flew into ground on nite
					take-off;108deg.6mi.NAAS Cecil Fld Control Tower
				20501 VB-13   24.04.45 Ca,Vernalis NAAS   FCLP;spun-in landing
				20502 VB-4   15.06.45 Ca,Morgan Hill   force-landed,fire
				20514 CQTU   25.02.46 Fl,Pensacola   FCLP; Bronson
					fld;ground-looped landing
				20516 VBF,OTU#1   14.09.45 Fl,Daytona Bch NAS   stalled landing &
					hit trees
				20540 VB-12   21.04.45 Randolph   Okinawa;Hit barrier landing
				20542 VB-82   18.05.45 Bennington   Okinawa;hit barrier landing
				20543 (VB-85) demolished after it struck and somersaulted over the flight
					deck barricade onboard USS Shangri-La Feb 3, 1945.
				20548 VB-11   19.05.45 Nv,Fallon NAF   Overshot on take-off
				20551 VB-82  Lt(jg).H.A.McBride 20.04.45 Sp,Empire   Combat
					mission; tail sheared off by another VB acft during rendezvous, 
					following attack;1/killed
				20556 VB-88   24.05.45 Makassar Strait CVE-91   hard landing
				20564 CASU(F)12   14.08.45 Sp,   non-combat-mission;mech failure
				20579 VB-82   29.05.45 Bennington   F4U-1D taxied into this plane
					while parked
				20591 VSB,OTU#1   04.02.46 Fl,Jax NAS   During dive bomb run, eng
					failure, force-landed in wooded area;272deg.21mi.NAS
				20610 VBF,OTU#2   10.10.45 Fl,Deland NAS   NAS Aux
					Fld; ground-looped landing,gear failed
				20615 CQTU   18.02.46 Solomons CVE-67   CQL';landing acc,hit Isl
				20619 VMSB-331 4th.MAW 1st.Lt.Charles R.Jameson 11.05.45
					Sp, Majuro   NAB#3234;take-off & crashed at sea;2/missing
				20625 VB-14   24.07.45 Saratoga   hard landing,hit isl & was
					jettisoned
				20635 CQTU   23.04.46 Fl,Jax   FCLP;Brandon Fld;spun-in landing
				20656 VB-12 4/21/1945 Randolph   Empire; take-off ditched
				20661 VBF,OTU#2 10/3/1945 Fl,Deland NAS   take-off-eng
					failure, force-landed in swamp; 360deg.3mi.NAS
				20674 CATU 3/12/1946 Fl,Pensacola FCLP;Bronson Fld; swerved off
					runway landing & nosed up
				20682 VB-88   05.09.45 Yorktown   Mech failure
				20694 VB-16   02.07.45 Randolph   Empire;mech failure-ditched
				20708 VB-82   28.05.45 Bennington   Empire; combat
					mission;spun-in on take-off
				20720 VB-6   18.06.45 Hancock   WCP;non-combat-mission;pilot
					failure
				20721 VB-92  Lt.John H.Lohm 29.05.45 Hi,Oahu   Spun-in during
					rocket run; Kaona Pt;2/killed
				20727 VB-12   04.05.45 Randolph   Okinawa,Shima;Barrier
				20729 VB-12   29.04.45 Randolph   Okinawa;Barrier landing
				20731 VB-16   04.08.45 Randolph   Empire;non-combat-mission;mech
					failure
				20737 VB-6   18.07.45 Hancock   Empire;Combat mission;deck acc
				20748 VB-83   15.07.45 Essex   Combat mission;barrier
				20757 VB-87   02.07.45 Ticonderoga CV-14   stalled on take-off
				20775 VB-16   10.07.45 Randolph   Empire;structural damage from
					high "G" pull-out
				20786 VB-17  Ens.John F.Kennedy 10.01.46 Nv,Fallon   barrel roll
					at 1000',hit water in Carson Sink;1/killed
				20787 VB-82   11.05.45 Bennington   Empire;combat mission;bridle
					slipped during catapult,fell over bow
				20794 VB-16   02.07.45 Randolph   Empire;mech failure-ditched
				20797 CASU-31   04.08.45 Hi,Hilo NAS   Hit top of bldg
					landing in x-wind
				20804 VB-85   04.09.45 Thetis Bay CVE-90   transfer from
					Shangri-La to Thetis Bay;hit barrier landing;250mi.SE,of Honshu,japan
				20824 Ferry   18.02.46 Ms,Jackson   Overshot landing,South
					Jackson airport
				20837 VMSB-245   28.08.45 Sp,Ulithi Atoll   anti-sub
					patrol; take-off,ditched
				20842 VB-83   20.06.45 Essex   Phillippines;pilot failure
				20845 VB-16  Ens.L.A.Whitaker 14.07.45 Randolph   combat
					mission;take-off,crashed;2/killed
				20853 (VB-85) shot down Jul 24, 1945 over Kure Naval Base.  Made hard landing in water and crew became POW.
				20856 VB-83   28.07.45 Essex   Empire;combat mission;prop
					failure,ditched
				20857 Ferry  Lt.Joseph E.Kane 10.07.45 Ca,San Diego   lower side
					of cockpit came off hit pilot in head,he slumped over ,plane went into
					spiral;this was viewed by another Pilot;1/a
				20867 VB-9   10.06.45 Yorktown   Spun-in landing,sank
				20893 VB-82   28.05.45 Bennington   Empire;combat
					mission;spun-in on take-off
				20893 VB-82   28.05.45 Bennington   Empire;Combat
					mission; spun-in on take-off
				20905 VB-8  Lt(jg).Thomas H.Kelly 11.07.45 Hi,Molokai   mid-air
					during glide bomb run,off NE, point of Molokai isl;2/killed
				20928 VB-8  Wns.Walter C.Gudjohnsen 11.07.45 Hi,Molokai
					Mid-air during glide bomb run off NE,point of Molokai Isl;2/killed
				20929 VB-1   18.07.45 Sp,   Strike on Tokyo;spun-in on take-off
				20934 VB-94   25.07.45 Lexington   Empire; Combat mission; unk
					cause
				20939 VB-97   30.08.45    taxi acc at fld
				20946 CASU(F)12   14.08.45 Sp,   non-combat-mission;mech failure
				20953 VB-87   13.08.45 Sp,   Empire;combat mission;Unk cause
				20969 VB-87   24.07.45 Sp,CV   Fuel,ditched
				20976 VB-6   09.08.45 Hancock   Empire; combat
					mission; take-off,ditched
				20987 VRF-3   19.05.45 Ca,Red Bluff   NAS Alameda to NAS
					Pasco,Wa; take-off from Bidwell Fld,eng,1/bailed at 1500'
				20990 VB-7   31.07.45 Or,Astoria NAS   Spun-in landing
				20993 VB-84   30.04.45 Bunker Hill   barrier
				20995 CASU-5   09.01.46 Shangri-La CV-38   CQL;barrier
				20996 SOSU-3   01.08.45 Ca,King City NAS   Fire in
					air,2/bailed;12mi.NW,NAS
				21017 VB-19   03.07.45 Takanis Bay   CQL;hard landing
				21027 VB-5  Ens.Richard F.Issler 01.11.45 Wa,Pasco NAS   late
					pull-out during dive bomb run;2/killed
				21036 VB-6  Ens.Robert C.Wikstrand 14.07.45 Hancock 40-10-00N
					143-27-00E Strike against Hokkaido,Japan;spun-in on take-off; 
					Pilot killed
				21037 VMSB-245   27.08.45 Sp, Ulithi   Recon;hit 30' tree during
					low alt flt
				21040 VMSB-231 MAG-13 2nd.Lt.Harvey K.Snellbacker 16.07.45
					Sp, Majuro NAB #3234   Instruments-two aileron rolls starting at 
					2800' & hit water;2/killed
				21050 VB-87  Lt.A.L.Matterson,Jr. 24.07.45 Ticonderoga   Spun-in
					on take-off with full combat load;Pilot got out and drowned due to
					faulty life preserver
				21069 VB-13   12.07.45 Ca,Livermore NAS   taxi acc
				21074 VB-17   08.01.46 Nv,Fallon NAAS   spun-in landing
				21076 VRF-3   28.03.46 Tx,Dallas NAS   NAS Memphis,Tn to NAS
					Dallas;wheels up landing,Hensley fld
				21077 VB-81   17.07.45 Wa,Pasco   FCLP;OLF Pasco;Stalled
					on take-off
				21078 VB-7  Ens.Winston W.Wilson 31.08.45 Or,Tillamook   Missing
					on routine flt off Tillamook;2/missing
				21079 VB-94   10.07.45 Lexington   Empire;combat
					mission; take-off, ditched
				21102 VRF-3   23.05.45 Astoria NAS, OR  Overshot runway
					on take-off
				21105 CASU(F)12   18.12.45 Sp,   non-combat-mission;mech failure
				21115 VB-94   20.06.45 Ticonderoga   combat mission;wave-off
					landing, spun-in
				21117 VB-14   12.04.46 Ca,Alameda NAS   ditched in San Leandro
					Estuary
				21126 VB-85   24.07.45 Shangri-La   Empire;Combat mission; deck
					crash
				21151 VF(N),OTU#1  Ens.W.J.Weeks 15.04.46 Americus, GA
					X-ctry;fuel-lost-crashed unk cause;4mi.N.Americus;2/killed
				21164 VB-85  Lt(jg).Howard E.Eagleston 14.07.45 Shangri-La
					Empire; combat mission; attack on enemy installation;2/MIA
				21168 VT-74   27.11.45 Atl,   Ditched
				21182 VB-6   08.07.45 Hancock   Empire combat mission; spun-in on
					take-off
				21186 VB-6   18.07.45 Hancock   Empire;take-off,ditched
				21189 VB-87   01.05.45 Hi,Maui   NAS Kahalui; test flt; Ditched
					200yrds.off bch/recovered