US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (21192 to 30146)


Last revised January 30, 2017


21192/21231		Canadian Car and Foundry SBW-1 Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-1C built under license by Canadian Car and Foundry
				21198 converted to SBW-3
				21199 (VB-2) shot down by A6M5 Zeke Jun 20, 1944 in Battle of the Phillipine Sea (Great Marianas Turkey Shoot)
				21201 and 21202 were SBW-1B for Royal Navy Helldiver I as JW101/JW102
				21203 (VB-8) shot down by AAA Sep 9, 1944, Mindnao, Philippine 
				21205 (VB-4) lost from unknown cause, Hawaii, Spe 17, 1944
				21206 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				21210 (VB-8) lost from unknown cause, Palau Island Sep 16, 1944
				21211 (VB-2) ditched when ran out of fuel Jun 20, 1944, Battle of the Philippine Sea (Great Marianas Turkey Shoot)
				21213 (VB-8) lost to unknown cause Jul 27, 1944, Palau Island
				21215 (VB-8) lost to unknown cause Jul 27, 1944, Palau Island
				21216 (VB-8) lost to unknown cause Sep 23, 1994, Okinawa
				21217 (VB-8) turned in for replacement of new model SB2C-3 at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islanda Oct 5, 1944. 
					Fate unknown.
				21219 lost to unknown cause Jul 13, 1944, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands
				21221 (VB-8) lost to unknown cause Sep 16, 1944, Palau Island
				21227 (VB-8) turned in for new model SB2C-3 at Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands Oct 5, 1944.  Fate unknown.
21232			Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				On civil registry as N2763A as one of the Alaska Coastal-Ellis Airlines planes that went
				to US Virgin Islands in 1970.  Offered for sale on eBay.
21233/21645		Canadian Car and Foundry SBW-3 Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-3 built under license by Canadian Car and Foundry 
				21233 lost to unknown cause May 31, 1945, Pearl Harbor
				21236 (VB-100) in training accident Oct 20, 1944, Hawaii.
				21238 lost to unknown cause, Pearl Harbor May 31, 1945.
				21246 lost to unknown casue, Oct 30, 1944, Pearl Harbor
				21258 lost to unknown cause May 7, 1945, Hilo, Oahu, Hawaii
				21261 lost to unknown cause Oct 30, 1944, Pearl Harbor
				21262 lost to unknown cause May 31, 1945, Pearl Harbor
				21263 lost to unknown cause May 17, 1945, Guam
				21267 (VB-18) lost to unknown cause Oct 24, 1944, Negros Island Visayas, Philippines
				21268 (VB-7) lost to unknown cause Oct 29, 1944, Manila, Luzon, Philippines
				21271 (VB-18) lost to unknown cause Oct 24, 1944, Negros Island Visayas, Philippines
				21279 (VB-17) lost to unknown cause Mar 28, 1945 near Kyushu, Japan
				21286 (VB-6) lost to unknown cause Mar 16, 1945, Pacific
				21287 (VB-18) lost to unknown cause Nov 25, 1944, Luzon, Philippines
				21291 (VB-87) lost to unknown cause Feb 18, 1945, Hawaii
				21292 (VB-18) destroyed on deck of carrier USS Intrepid by kamikaze attack Nov 25, 1944 near Luzon, Philippines
				21296 (VB-14) lost to unknown cause Oct 10, 1944, Okinawa
				21298 (VMSB-245) lost to unknown cause Apr 21, 1945, Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands
				21301 (CASU(F)-43) lost during training accident Nov 17, 1944 near Pearl Harbor
				21304 (VB-100) lost in training accident Nov 17, 1944 near Pearl Harbor
				21306 lost to unknown cause Dec 28, 1944, Pearl Harbor
				21312 lost to unknown cause May 31, 1945, Pearl Harbor
				21318 (VB-18) lost to unknown casue Oct 29, 1944 near Luzon, Philippines
				21329 (VB-14) lost to unknown cause Oct 26, 1944 near Luzon, Philippines
				21332 (VB-6) lost to unknown cause Mar 18, 1945 over Kyushu, Japan
				21343 (CASU(F)-12) lost to unknown cause May 17, 1945, Guam
				21348 (VB-6) lost to AAA Mar 18, 1945 over Kyushu, Japan
				21350 lost to unknown cause Dec 7, 1944, Manus Island, Papua New Guinea
				21351 (CASU(F)-14) lost to unknown casue Jun 21, 1945, Saipan
				21353 (VB-4) destroyed on deck of USS Essex by kamikaze attack Nov 25, 1944.
				21355 damaged on deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) by typhoon east of Luzon Dec 18, 1944.
				21356 damaged on deck of carrier USS Altamaha (CVE-18) by typhoon east of Luzon Dec 18, 1944.
				21357 destroyed or slid overboard from USS Altamaha (CVE-18) during typhoon east of Luzon Dec 18, 1944.
				21360 (VB-14) lost to unknown cause Nov 5, 1944 in Philippine Sea.
				21365 lost to unknown cause May 17, 1945, Guam
				21368 (VMSB-245) lost to unknown cause  Jun 29, 1945, Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands
				21374 (VB-80) lost at sea on launch Dec 16, 1944
				21377 (VB-7) shot down by AAA over Hong Kong, China Jan 16, 1945
				21384 (VB-80) lost at sea on launch Dec 16, 1944
				21390 (VB-6) shot down by AAA over Kyushu, Japan Mar 18, 1945.
				21392 (VS-53) lost to unknown cause May 5, 1945, Hawaii.
				21395 lost to unknown cause May 2, 1945, Momote Airfield, Los Negros Island, Admiralty Islands, Papua New Guinea
				21402 (VB-7) lost to unknown cause Nov 26, 1944, Manila, Philippines
				21406 (VB-20) lost to unknown cause Jan 16, 1945 near Hong Kong, China
				21407 (VB-88) lost to unknown cause May 31, 1945, Saipan
				21408 (VMSB-15) lost to unknown cause Apr 29, 1945, Engebi Island, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands.
				21411 (VMSB-245) lost to Unknown casue Apr 2, 1945, Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands
				21414 (VB-17) lost to unknown cause Mar 14, 1945, Pacific
				21419 (VMSB-245) lost to unknown cause Jul 17, 1945, Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands
				21421 (VMSB-245) lost to unknown cause Jun 9, 1945, Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands
				21431 (CASU(F)-12) lost to unknown cause Mar 24, 1945, Guam
				21438 (VB-17) lost to unknown cause Apr 7, 1945, Okinawa
				21461 (VS-66) lost to unknown cause Jun 21, 1945, Roi Island, Marshall Islands
				21524 (VS-66) lost to unknown cause May 6, 1945, Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands
				21533 (VS-52) lost to unknown cause May 18, 1945, Wotje Atoll, Marshall Islands
21646/21741		Canadian Car and Foundry SBW-4E Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-4E built under license by Canadian Car And Foundry
				21710 crasned Jun 19, 1945 in Goose Lake, CA.  2 killed.
21742-22006		Douglas BT2D-1, -1Q
				contract cancelled
22007/22256		Curtiss SO3C-2C Seagull
				Curtiss Model 82B.  For Royal Navy as Seamew (FN450/649, JW550/599).  There is a
					record of only FN453, 463/467, 472/475, 483, 489, 573, 608, 622,
					631 being delivered. 70 went to Canada
				22012 was to have gone to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone
					KE294, but was not delivered
				22016 was to have gone to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone
					KE299, but was not delivered
				22019 was to have gone to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone
					KE290, but was not delivered
				22025 lost Aug 9, 1944 in collision with an obstacle.
22257/22856		Curtiss SO3C-3 Seagull
				Contract cancelled
22257/22856		Martin AM-1 Mauler
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 210. Ordered as the BTM-1; designation changed before first flight to AM-1 Mauler.
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled SO3C-3 batch.
				22296, 22346-22355 as AM-1Q
				22356/22856 cancelled
				22260 reported 2008 to be with Commemorative Air Force at Midland, TX,
					but going to be moved to another museum (to be chosen by its
					owner, the National Museum of Naval Aviation).  Aircraft Illustrated
					magazine in 2009 says the plane is to go to the Glenn L. Martin
					Aviation Museum, Middle River, MD.  Martin Museum took delivery as N5586A MSN 13920
					from CAF in Apr 2009.
				22264 swerved off runway on takeoff NAS Columbus, OH 3/23/1952.
				22265 spun-in during landing NAS Quonset Point, RI 2/24/1948.  Pilot killed.
				22271 (VA-85) hit barrier on landing on USS Midway 5/4/1949.
				22273 (VA-45) in midair with 22314 during joinup near
					Mayport NAAS 8/25/1949.  Pilot killed.
				22285 (VA-174) crashed on landing at NAS Cecil Field,
					FL.  Pilot killed.
				22288 (VA-44) in taxi accident 8/2/1949.
				22290 (VA-703) swerved of runway at NAS Dallas, TX 
					during takeoff 7/8/1951.
				22291 (VA-44) undershot landing near NAAS Green Cove
					Springs, FL. 10/6/1949.
				22292 (VA-44) wing failed on dive pullout 6/6/1949 near
					Jacksonville, FL.  Pilot killed.
				22294 (VA-44) in late pullout from dive 8/4/1949.
					Pilot killed.
				22301 (VA-735) crashed through trees into slope near
					Lansing, MI 8/11/1951.  Pilot killed.
				22303 (VA-174) crashed into Naragansett Bay, RI 
					11/30/1948.  Pilot killed.
				22310 (VA-174) spun in after takeoff USS Leyte 1/19/1949.
					Pilot injured.
				22312 (VA-174) hit barrier landing on USS Leyte
					1/13/1949.
				22314 (VA-45) in midair with 22273 during joinup near 
					Mayport NAAS, FL 8/25/1949.  Pilot killed.
				22315 (VA-174) in midair fire 9/17/48 Otis Field, MA.
					Undershot landing 300 feet short of runway.
				22321 (VA-174) hard landing 1/13/1949, USS Leyte
				22326 (VA-84) force landed after fuel exhaustion Flemings Island, FL 6/12/1949.
				22331 (VA-85) had engine failure near St Augustine, FL 12/22/1948.  Pilot bailed out.
				22333 (VA-673) ditched offshore from Miami, FL 9/4/1951.
				22335 in crash at NAS St Louis at unknown date
				22338 (VA-85) ditched off Midway CVB-41 6/27/1949.
				22341 engine failure 4/22/1950 NAS Olathe, KA.  Pilot
					bailed out at low altitude and was killed.
				22350 stalled on landing at Groton, CT and hit trees short of runway 7/25/1950.
22453/22458		Bell HTL-1
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled AM-1 batch. 
				There was no 22455
22857/23656		General Motors TBM-3 Avenger
				MSN 1/800.  Grumman Model G-40 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation.
				22857 assigned to NAES Philadelphia, PA.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, VA Aug 10, 1944 to Aug 17, 1944.  Assigned to NAES Philadelphia, PA 
				22915 (VT-80) surveyed Ormoc Bay, Leyte, Philippines Nov 11, 1944
				22926 (VT-80) lost Hainan Jan 16, 1945.
				22932 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				22940 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				22965 (VTMB-132) failed a landing attempt on escort carrier Takanis Bay off California Jan 12, 1945 and 
					crashed into water.  Pilot (sole occupant) rescued
				23010 (VT-80) lost Manila Nov 5, 1944.
				23053 lost off deck od USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23059 (VT-80 surveyed Ormoc Bay, Leyte Nov 11, 1944.
				23085 (VT-85) made first arrested landing aboard USS Shangri-La in Chesapeake Pay Oct 15, 1944.
				23098 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23100 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23112 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23121 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23132 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23168 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23172 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23184 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23231 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23237 lost off deck of USS Altahama (CVE-18) during typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23246 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL436.  No record of fate
				23250 lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23253 (VT-80) lost Jan 16, 1945, Hainan
				23257 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ635
				23258 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ636
				23259 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ637.  Returned to US Navy at
					NAS Norfolk Aug 1945.
				23260 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ638
				23261 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ639
				23262 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ640
				23263 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ641
				23264 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ642
				23266 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23275 lost off deck of USS Altahama (CVE-18) during typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23284 lost off deck of USS Altahama (CVE-18) during typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23286 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL501.  No record of fate
				23283 lost off deck of USS Altamaha (CVE-18) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23293 lost off deck of USS Altahama (CVE-18) during typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23307 was a member of the famous Flight 19 which was lost out of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL Dec 5, 1945.
					It was flown by the flight leader, Lt. Charles Carroll Taylor.
				23321 lost off deck of USS Altahama (CVE-18) during typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				23433 (VT-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23457 lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				23500	(MSN 644) Bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-553
				23539 (VT-124) exploded after landing on USS Hancock Jan 21, 1945.  The aircraft made a normal landing and
					taxied forward, but the landing on the flight deck must have dislodged two of
					its 500-lb bombs.  The two bombs exploded on the flight deck, killing 62 sailors and injuring numerous others.
				23549 with VT-83 on USS Essex (CV-9) in 1945
				23602 (MSN 746) reported 1979 at Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.
					Destroyed by tornado Oct 3, 1980.  Front fuselage noted May 2006 on display at
					Connecticut Historical Aviation Collection (New England Air
					Museum), Windsor Locks, CT
				23615/23622 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ643/JZ650.
23657/23756		Beech GB-2
				Most transferred to USAAF for Lend-Lease
				23657 (MSN 6669) to USAAF as 44-67700 for Lend-Lease
				23659 (MSN 6671) to CAA as NC42 (ntu), to N420 N420E, current
				23660 (MSN 6672) to CAA as NC162.  To N3775C, N711JR, N4HX, current
				23661/23665 (MSN 6689/6693) to USAAF as 44-67701/67705
				23668 (MSN 6680) to CAA as NC216.  To NC5074N registered Oct 12, 1956, expired Mar 21, 2013.
				23669 to France as F-BEXJ for Societe Air Madagascar
				23671/23678 (MSN 6683/6690) to USAAF as 44-67706/67713 for Lend-Lease
				23679 to USAAF as 44-67765
				23680 to USAAF as 44-67715
				23681 to USAAF as 44-67766
				23682/23689 (MSN 6694/67601) to USAAF as 44-67717/67724.  
					23687 (MSN 6699) to USAAF as 44-67722.  
					23688 (MSN 6700) to USAAF as 44-67723.  
					23689 (MSN 6701) to USAAF as 44-67724.  23689 was originally allocated to the
						aircraft that became 44-67724, but was not taken up.  It seems that 23689
						became 44-67767 instead.  
				23690 to USAAF as 44-67768
				23691/23692 (MSN 6703/6704) to USAAF as 44-67726/67727 for Lend-Lease.  				
				23693/23696 (MSN 6705/6708) to USAAF as 44-67728/67731 for Lend-Lease.  
				23697/23699 (MSN 6709/6711) to USAAF as 44-67800/67804 for Lend-Lease
				23700 (MSN 6743) to USAAF as 44-67735 for Lend-Lease
				23701 (MSN 6744) to USAAF as 44-67736 for Lend-Lease
				23702 (MSN 6745) to USAAF as 44-67737 for Lend-Lease
				23703 (MSN 6746) to USAAF as 44-67738 for Lend-Lease
				23706 (MSN 6723) was ex-USAAF 44-76041, accepted May 15, 1944.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
					and to civil registry as N68113.  Later changed to N192H
				23710 (MSN 6727) was ex-USAAF 44-76045.  To CAA as NC129, N4574N
				23721 (MSN 6738) to USAAF as 44-76056, returned to US Navy as 23721.  W/o 2 Jun 1944 at Pignataro, Italy. 
					Became NC67718, then XB-LEQ, then N4926V, then N1126V, then F-AZJP (F-AZGU originally reserved but NTU)
				23724 
				23727 (MSN 6907) was ex-USAAF 44-76062.  SOC Sep 30, 1946.  To N75606 as Beech D17S and crashed Oct 6 1968
				23736 (MSN 6916) was ex-USAAF 44-76071, accepted May 27, 1944.  SOC
					Jul 31, 1946.  To civil registry as N67426.  Later changed to N44GM
				23737 (MSN 6914) was ex-USAAF 44-76069.  SOC Jul 31, 1946.  Sold as NC67737 then to CF-GLL in 1951.  Registered
					in 1975 as N35JM and donated to Beechcraft Heritage Museum, Tullahoma, Tennessee Oct 2003.  In 2013 was
					on display marked s NC67737 at Historic Flight Foundation, Seattle, Washington.
				23743 (MSN 6923) on civil registry as N44562
				23747 (MSN 6927) on civil registry as N4607N
				23749 sold as surplus 2/47.
				23753 (MSN 6933) was ex-USAAF 44-76088.  To CAA as NC164, NC164E
23757/23856		Beech SNB-2C Navigator
				Many were upgraded to SNB-5 standards
				23760 (MSN 5831) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil
					registry as N6748A
				23761 (MSN 5833) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to
					US Army as 23761.  To MASDC in 1971.  To civil registry as N14904.
				23762 (MSN 5834) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil
					registry as N64819.  Emergency landing at Opa Locka, Florida due to engine fire and ran off runway intl
					canal, submerged in water May 2, 1996.
				23763 (MSN 5835) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry
					as N40075.
				23766 (MSN 5839) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3.  To civil registry as N45850.
				23770 (MSN 5845) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4, SNB-5 c1953.  Noted stripped wreck at Long Beach, CA in 1967.
				23774 (MSN 5850) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					Preserved at Laughlin AFB, Texas as 52274.
				23783 (MSN 5867) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					Acquired by US Army as VC-45J VIP transport, serial 23783.  To MASDC in 1971. To N94460 in 1972.
					Hit power lines and destroyed, Spiritwood, New Jersey May 2, 1978.
				23786 (MSN 5873) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To N91247.
				23789 (MSN 5879) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5P c1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  
					To MASDC as 1C252 Jun 19, 1972.  To civil registry as N75019 with US Department of Agriculture.  To USAF
					Museum, loanded to Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Noted derelict at Montego Bay, Jamacia Mar 1988.
				23791 (MSN 5883) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N10909.  Noted derelict at Broken Arrow airfield, Oklahoma in 2000.
				23791 (MSN 5887) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5P (MSN N-956) c 1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.
					To N5646, N80434.  (conflict here)
				23793 to N5646
				23794 (MSN 5957) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4.  To N1110H in 1959.  Gear-up landing Barter Island,
					Alaska Feb 15, 1960.
				23795 (MSN 5959) remanufactued by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as
					N3859.
				23800 (MSN 5969) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N13220.  
				23801 (MSN 5971) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5P c1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To N11249 with 
					Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB, AL.  Registratin cancelled Apr 26, 1990..
					To Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, Texas in 1987.  Ran off runway while landing at Houston, Texas
					Aug 19, 1987.  Crash hulk noted stored at Dodson Aviation, Rantoul, Kansas in 1997.
				23802 (MSN 5973) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c153.  To N90272.
				23804 (MSN 5977) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4, SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90241. 
					At Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				23806 (MSN 5981) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N11246.  Notted in Duffy Aircraft Parts yard, Denver, CO 1989.
				23813 (MSN 5995) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5P c1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.
					To N97481 with South Carolina Committee for Technical Education, Columbia, SC May 23, 1969,
					cancelled Jul 25, 1977.  Noted at Florence Darlington Technical College, Florence, SC Apr 1994 as a
					ground instructional aircraft.
				23815 (MSN 5999) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N987SC
				23816 (MSN 6001) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3 (MSN N-233), as SNB-5 (MSN N-839).  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N2670.
				23818 (MSN 6005) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J.  Transferred to
					US Army as 23818.  Seen in US Army insignia at JFK Center for Special Warfare, Fort Bragg, NC.  
					To storage at MASDC in 1971.  To US civil registry as N66393 in 1973..  Cancelled Jan 11, 1989. 
					To Philippine civil registry as RP-C261.  W/o near Roxas City, Mindoro Dec 19, 1991. 
				23819 (MSN 6093) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1971.  Noted in
					Hamilton storage yard in 1972.
				23820 (MSN 6095) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To N1364 with Sowela Technical Institute,
					Lake Charles, Louisiana as instructional airframe.
				23822 acquired by US Army as C-45J
				23823 (MSN 6101) ex USAAF UC-45B 43-33547.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, redesignated SNB-3Q.
					Rebuilt by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To N3785 with Winona Aera Technical School,
					Winona, Minnesota as instructional airframe.
				23824 (MSN 6103) ex USAAF AT-7C 43-33548.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, later SNB-5 c1953.
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To US Army as 23824.  Converted by US Army to NC-45J tricycle undercarriage
					configuration.  To MASDC in 1970.  Became N38546, later N5351G, later N169GC.
				23829 (MSN 6113) former AT-7C 43-33553.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3 then SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated
					UC-45J.  Transferred to	US Army as C-45J 0-23829.  Converted to tricycle undercarriage configuration and 
					redesignated NC-45J.  To US Department of Agriculture Nov 1974 as N90809.  Went to the Confederate AF 
					October 1978; registration cancelled March 1986.
				23833 (MSN 6121) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, later SNB-5 c1953.  Transferred to US Armuy as 23833.
					To civil registry as N68362.  Struck off registry in 1987.
				23834 (MSN 6123) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90292.
				23835 (MSN 6125) remanufactured by Beecn as SNB-3, SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry 
					as N8539 with Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.  Rebuilt as Westwind IISTD.  To N231LJ, Later N503CK,
					N331LJ, back to N231LJ
				23836 (MSN 6127) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N2212S
				23839 (MSN 6133) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962. 
					To civil registry as N4509P
				23842 (MSN 6139) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aviation, Co., Tucson, AZ in 1971.
					Noted in Hamilton storage yard in 1973.
				23843 (MSN 6141) AT-7C 43-33567 diverted to US Navy.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N90265
				23844 (MSN 6143) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4, SNB-5 c 1953.  To N90244.
				23845 (MSN 6145) formerly USAAF 43-33569.  Accepted Mar 7, 1944 delivered Mar 21, 1944. NAIT Pensacola Aug 1944. 
					Stn Ops Pensacola Sep 1944. VM Unit Pensacola Oct-Nov 1944.  Pool Pensacola Dec 1944.  Municipal
					Apt Atlanta Dec 1944. NAS Atlanta Apr-May 1945.  NATB Pensacola Jun-Oct 1945. NAS Atlanta Nov-Dec 1945. 
					NATB Pensacola Jan-Apr 1946. CAA Atlanta Jun-Oct 1946. NART Atlanta Nov-Dec 1946. Pool NART Atlanta Jan
					- Feb 1947. Pool Corpus Christi Mar-Apr 1947. Overhauled May 1947 and redesignated SNB-3. NATTC Corpus Christi May 1947. 
					NATTC Jacksonville Jun 1947 - Mar 1948. NATTU Glenview Apr 1948. Overhaul Pensacola Feb 15, 1950. 
					Remanufactired by Beech to SNB-5 (new MSN N-990) delivered 1953. Redesig TC-45J Sep 18, 1962 & then UC-45J 
					Oct 14, 1964.  SOC Apr 30, 1968 Tucson. Donated to Leon County School Board, Tallahasse, FL reg'd 
					Jul 2, 1969 as N2672.  Registration cancelled May 5, 1981. Seen there early '80s bare metal. Photog in 
					back lot of Lively Aviation School, Tallahasse Regional Arpt Aug 2006 - Mar11 with yellow trim & US Nat
					Insignia on rear fuselage (no registation)
				23846 (MSN 6147) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3.  Remanufactured by Beech as prototype SNB-5 c1952.
					Transferred to US Army as 23846.  To MASDC in 1971.  To civil registry as N86422.  Struck off registry in 1975.
				23851 (MSN 6177) formerly USAAF 43-33569 (conflict with 23845 above) Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, later
					SNB-5 (MSN N-1118) in 1954.  Converted to UC-45J.  To N15959.  Preserved at Monroe Aviation 
					Historical Museum, Monroe, LA without wings, engine, and tail.
23857/24140		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40
				23857/24086 MSN 4540/4769
				24087/24140 MSN 4970/5023
				23857/23861 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN816/FN820
				23869 (VT-7) 1-Jun-43; crashed during dummy torpedo 
					runs, 7mi.off Pt. Loma, CA; 2 killed
				23904 (VC-42) Clover Field, WA; 6-Aug-43; Flew into 
					water during low level bombing practice; crew OK.
				23906 (VC-18) NAS San Diego, CA 26-Jun-43  Left wing came 
					off during glide bomb practice, on dive pull-out;
					1mi.N,Otay Target; 3 killed
				23914 (VC-58) 16-Jun-43-nite; NAS Clover Valley, Wa; 
					VC-58 used by VC-55; 3/missing
				23927/23936 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN821/FN830
					23933 (FN827) went to 210 School of Technical Training
						Mar 28, 1944, presumably as ground instructional machine.
					23934 (FN828) crashed into sea astern of HMS Tracker Jan 20, 1944
						after starboard wing broke off during practice glide-bombing
						attack on ship.  All 3 crew killed.
					23936 (FN830) shot down by enemy flak while laying mines off
						Lepsoyrenna Light Aug 20, 1944.  All 3 crew KIA.
				23939 (VTB-OTU1) collided with TBF-1 23949 w mi NE of airfield
					killing Royal Navy crewmember.
				23949 (VTB-OTU1) collided with TBF-1 23949 w mi NE of airfield
					killing Royal Navy crewmember.
				23990 ditched at sea on flight from Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Date?
				23997/24011 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN831/FN845
					23997 (FN831) landed with one undercarriage leg retracted
						during night dummy deck landing at Trincomalee Jan 5, 1945.
						Other undercarriage leg collapsed at end of runway.
						Crew unhurt but aircraft DBR and SOC.
					23998 (FN832) ditched when engine caught fire during takeoff
						from HMS Smiter Jan 5, 1945.  Crew rescued.
					23406 (FN840) braked heavily and overturned while landing at
						Tanga Jan 22, 1944.  Crew unhurt but aircraft DBR and SOC.
					23407 (FN841) while returning to HMS Nabob in bad weather from
						patrol Sep 29, 1944 was given early waveoff, flew past
						starboard side of ship and crashed into sea ahead.
						Depth charges exploded.  2 crew killed, one rescued.
				24016 (VC-19) Croatan CVE-25; 7-Jul-43; Stalled on takeoff, sank
				24027 (VC-50) wing failed in level flight Sept 3, 1943.
					3 crew killed.
				24028 (VT-2) NAS Quonset Point, RI; 3-Aug-43; Fuel 
					exhaustion, ditched; 1mi.SE,Quonset Pt.field 
					during nav flt
				24072 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN846
				24073 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN847.  Crashed during dummy deck
					landing at Lewiston Jul 12, 1944.
				24072/24086 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN846/FN860
					24083 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN857.  Drifted to starboard and
						struck island while landing on HMS Illustrious Apr 1, 1945.
						Crew unhurt but aircraft deemed DBR.
					24084 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN858
					24085 (MSN 4768) to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN859.  Haned over to Royal Navy
						at Quonset Point, RI Jun 8, 1943.  Most likely never left the USA and
						assigned to FAA Squadron No 738, a training unit that operated out oF NAS Lewiston,
						Maine from Jul 31, 1943, moving to NAS Brunswick Feb 1945.  Unit disbanded
						Jul 1945 and aircraft was returned to US Navy at NAS Norfolk, Virginia Jul 2, 1945. 
						Dec 1945 transferred to NAS Patuxent Riverm, MD and used for service tests.  
						Donated in 1960 to Smithsonian NASM.  Reported 1976 stored at NASM Silver
						Hill, MD.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy Facility of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
					24086 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN860
				24108 (VT-8) NAAS Chincoteague, Virginia; 28-Jul-43; FCLP; Low altitude stall
				24125 (CASU-22, VC-43) in midair with 24130 Aug 27, 1943 
					during torpedo practice near Nashawens Island, 
					Mass.  2 bailed out, one killed.
				24129 (c/n 5012) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
					Repaired.
				24130 (CASU-22, VC-43) in midair with 24125 Aug 27, 1943 
					during torpedo practice near Nashawens Island, 
					Mass.  1 bailed out, two killed.
24141			Grumman XTBF-3 Avenger
				MSN 5024.  Trial installation of Wright R-2600-20 engine.  Also became flying test bed for Halford H-1B
					turbojet.  First flight Dec 1944, nick-named "Fertile Myrtle"
24142/24241		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40
				24142/24241 MSN 5025/5124
				24147/24166 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN861/FN880
					24149 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN863.  Struck by enemy flak and
						crashed into sea in flames while diving on target at Sakishimo
						Gunto Mar 26, 1945.  All 3 crew KIA.
					24150 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN864.  Struck by enemy flak and
						crashed into sea 2 miles W of Hirara, Miyako Jima Apr 17, 1945.
						2 crew members KIA, third bailed out and was rescued by
						Walrus amphibian
					24151 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN865.  Hook pulled out and port
						tire burst while landing on HMS Formidable Mar 30, 1945.
						Aircraft slewed to port, struck pom-pom director and caught
						fire.  Crew unhurt but aircraft DBR and was pushed overboard
						into sea.
					24152 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN866.  SOC prior to Dec 10, 1945.
					24153 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN867.  Flew into hillside 2 mi NW
						of Carradale, Mull of Kintyre in low cloud and bad weather
						May 28, 1944.  All four crew killed.
					24158 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN872.  Lost power on takeoff from
						HMS Implacable Apr 18, 1945 and ditched.  All 3 crew rescued.
					24161 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN875. While landing on HMS Nabob
						in bad visibility Aug 23, 1944, struck Avenger FN887 (BuNo 24228)
						and two unidentified Wildcats.  Crew unhurt but aircraft
						DBR and pushed overboard into sea.
					24162 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN876.  Force landed following engine
						fire Feg 25, 1944 at unknown location and declared DBR.
					24163 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN877.  Suffered engine fire while
						landing on HMS Tracker Apr 1, 1944.  Struck roundown, fell into
						aft gun sponsons and burned out.  Two crew members severely
						injured (one subsequently died of injuries)
					24164 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN878.  Ditched near Carradale Point
						Apr 11, 1944.  All 3 crew killed.
				24167 (VMTB-134, MBDAG-42) 20-Jul-43; Ditched during 
					torpedo runs;12mi.SE,MCAS Santa Barbara,Ca.
				24174 (VT-1) stalled on takeoff from CVE-20 Barnes Aug 24, 1943 and sank.  3 crew injured.
				24205 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL437.  No record of fate
				24221 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL438.  No record of fate
				24222/24236 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN881/FN895
					24228 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN887.  Starboard wing dropped
						during takeoff from HMS Fencer Oct 16, 1944 and crashed
				24237 (VT-1) ditched during torpedo training Aug 9, 1943.
24242/24340		Grumman TBF-1C Avenger
				Model G-40.  MSN 5125/5223
				24248	(VC-42)	Damaged when TBM-1C BuNo 25484 crashed into it on landing on USS Bogue off Bermuda Jul 26, 1944
				24257 (VD-29) waved off and ditched from Santee CVE-29.
					Crew OK.  Date??
				24261 (VC-9) crashed off bow of USS Solomons CVD-57 when catapult failed Apr 22, 1944.  
				24279 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				24295 (VC-9) hit ramp landing USS Solomons and crashed 25 March 1944; one dead
				24297/24326 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN896/FN925
					24300 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN899.  Ditched at unknown location
						after instruments failed and carburetor iced up Nov 16, 1943.
						Crew rescued.
					24306 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN905.  SOC sometime in 1945
					24311 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN910.  Ditched off Katukurunda at night
						Apr 10, 1944 after engine lost power during ASV patrol.  Crew rescued.
					24312 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN911
					24313 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN912
						24314 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN913.  During night practice anti-submarine
						attack off Katukurunda Apr 14, 1944, dropped flares, climbed steeply,
						stalled, crashed into sea and caught fire.  All 3 crew killed.
				24328 (MSN 5211) to New Zealand Sep 1943 as NZ2501.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped.
				24332 (MSN 5215) to New Zealand Sep 1943 as NZ2502.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped.
				24335 (MSN 5218) to New Zealand Sep 1943 as NZ2503.  Allocated to Research and Development flight for topdressing
					trials Mar 1949.  Crashed at Waitemata Harbour near Hobsonville Mar 15, 1956 after engine failure.
				24336 (MSN 5219) to New Zealand Sep 1943 as NZ2504.  Allocated to General Purpose flight for topdressing
					trials Jul 1948.  To instructional airframe INST182 Jul 20, 1959 for use as gate guardian at
					RNZAF base, Te Rapa, New Zealand.  Noted 1989 at RNZAF Museum, Wigram, 
					NZ painted as NZ2521, which had been lost over Rabaul May 31, 1944.
				24337 (MSN 5220) to New Zealand Sep 1943 as NZ2505.  SOC Sep 1959.   Reported 1969 at children's playground
					at Opunake, New Zealand.  Removed in 1972 for restoration with preservation group at
					Wellington, NZ.  Later to RNZAF Museum for possible trade with the Australian Fleet Air Arm Museum. Loaned to the 
					Gisborne Aviation and Preservation Society in 1999 for restoration and display in Gisborne, NZ.
				24339 (MSN 5222) to New Zealand Sep 1943 as NZ2506.  Allocated to the Research and Development Flight for topdressing trials 
					Apr 1949. Crashed on takeoff from Hood Aerodrome, Masterton May 3, 1949, the first sortie of the trial.
24341			Grumman XTBF-3 Avenger
				MSN 5224.  Trial installation of Wright R-2600-20
24342/24520		Grumman TBF-1C Avenger
				Model G-40
				24342/24510 (MSN 5225/5403)
				24367/24386 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN926/FN945
					24369 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN928.  Crashed into sea after takeoff from
						HMS Illustrious for raid on Sourabaya May 17, 1944.  Crew rescued.
					24375 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN934. Belly struck rounddown when landing on
						HMS Shah Aug 22, 1945.  Disembarked at Trincomalee Aug 27, 1945 and SOC.
					24384 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN943.  Suffered serious oil leak soon after
						takeoff from HMS Illustrious May 17, 1944 and ditched.  Crew rescued.
					24385 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN944.  Hit by enemy flak and crashed on wooded
						hillside four mi From Miirun Apr 12, 1945.  All 3 crew KIA
					24386 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN945 
				24398 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL502.  No record of fate
				24407 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				24437/24440 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN946/FN949
					24437 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN946.  Port wing dropped, ditched near
						HMS Formidable May 16, 1945.  Crew rescued.
					24440 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN949.  Hit sea 4.5 mi from Race Point
						during simulated torpedo attack Oct 3, 1943.  All 3 crew killed.
				24441/24456 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ100/JZ115
					24444 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ103. Ditched 30 mi from HMS Shah May 15, 1945.
						Crew rescued.
					24450 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ109.  Lost power on takeoff from HMS
						Implacable Jun 15, 1945 and ditched.  Crew rescued.
					24453 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ112.  During attack on Soengi Gerong oil
						refinery Jan 29, 1945, attempted steep glide bomb attack through baloon
						barrage.  Starboard wing sheared off and aircraft crashed into sea
						inverted.  All 3 crew KIA.
				24459 (MSN 5342) to New Zealand  Oct 1943 as NZ2507.  Hit by flak over Vunakanau Apr 26, 1944. The aircraft entered 
					a spin and crashed onto the end of the runway.
				24460 (MSN 5343) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2508.  After service with No.30 Sqdn, RNZAF at 
					Gisborne, NZ, was ferried to Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides and handed over to 
					the USN there on 21 Oct. 1944.  Royal Navy records say that this
					aircraft was reconditioned and transferred to them Jul 31, 1945
					as VL405 but gives no record of use or fate.  
				24461 (MSN 5344) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2509.  To 30 Squadron, named "Grumpy". To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				24462 (MSN 5345) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2510.  Badly damaged by enemy gunfire Mar 26, 1944 and made an emergency 
					landing at Green Island. To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945
				24463 (MSN 5346) to New Zealand as NZ2511. Damaged by enemy fire on 25 April 44.  Emergency landing 
					made at Green Island, Solomons, where NZ2511 remained until repaired.  Returned to New Zealand at 
					an unknown date and transferred to the British Navy on Sep 7, 1945 at RNZAF Base Hobsonville, Auckland. 
					24463 also listed as being destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok, but this 
					seems to be a mistake since 24463 was with the Royal Navy and thus could not have been involved in 
					the Eniwetok disaster.  
				24464 (MSN 5347) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2512.   To No.31 Squadron. Crashed near Tobera Airfield Jul 1, 1944. The aircraft 
					was hit by flak during a bombing run and spun into the ground
				24465 (MSN 5348) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2513.  To US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				24466 (MSN 5349) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2514.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945
				24467 (MSN 5350) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2515.  Crashed at Bougainville on Feb 22, 1944. The aircraft developed an 
					uncontrollable swing to port on landing and ended up in a ditch
				24469 (MSN 5352) to New Zealand Oct 1943 as NZ2516.  Crashed at Gisborne Dec 21, 1943. The aircraft suffered an engine 
					failure on final approach to land and landed in a swamp. Destroyed by post crash fire
				24481 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				24501 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL439.  No record of fate
				24516 to CFAW-14 Sep 18, 1943.  To AODU at San Diego Feb 29, 1944.  Crashed 1 mi W of Palmdale, CA Nov 11, 1944.
				24517/24520 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ116/JZ119
					24517 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ116. Ditched near HMS Shah Jul 21, 1944
						following engine fire.  Crew rescued
					24518 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ117.  After takeoff from Katukurunda
						Jan 4, 1945, turned to avoid flare dropped by another aircraft, pilot
						dazzled, aircraft stalled and spun in 1 mi from runway.  One crew
						member killed, other two injured.
					24519 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ118
					24520 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ119.  Attempted landing on HMS Shah
						Jul 28, 1944, was waved off, turned away, but stalled and fell onto
						quarterdeck whereupon aircraft's fuel tanks exploded.  One crew member
						killed, other two survived.
24521/25070		General Motors TBM-1 Avenger
				Grumman G-40 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				24573 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL440.  No record of fate
				24652 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24661 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL407.  No record of fate
				24669 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24681 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24691 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24692 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24766/24795 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ301/JZ330
					24769 (JZ304) during night simulated torpedo attack Dec 7, 1944, flew
						into merchant ship "Glen Marson" after mistaking light on ship
						for light on leading aircraft All three crew killed, ship was
						set on fire and subsequently sank
					24770 (JZ305) during steep dive Jul 16, 1945 starboard wing slowly
						folded up and aircraft spiralled into sea off Lizard Head.
						All 3 crew killed.
					24776 (JZ311) removed from Royal Navy Aircraft Repair Yard
						at Donibristle to Renfrew Jan 14, 1946 to be ditched.
					24787 (JZ322) removed from Royal Navy Aircraft Repair Yard
						at Donibristle to Renfrew Jan 30, 1946 to be ditched.
					24792 (JZ327) removed from Royal Navy Aircraft Repair Yard
						at Donibristle to Renfrew Jan 15, 1946 for dumping
						at sea from a carrier.
				24814 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL441.  No record of fate
				24820 assigned to Trenton, NJ.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, VA Aug 10, 1943 to Nov 20, 1943.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA 
				24823 (VC-88) crashed on training mission near Montague, CA Jun 13, 1944.  Crew of three killed.
				24846 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL401.  No record of fate
				24858 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24862 in mid-air Sept 12, 1942 east of NAS Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  One killed, one bailed out.
				24876/24905 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ331/JZ360.
					24879 (JZ334) while returning to HMS Victorious Feb 5, 1945
						had to ditched nearby as low on fuel and carrier unable to
						receive aircraft due to two crashes on deck.  Crew rescued
						by HMS Kempenfelt.
					24881 (JZ336) badly damaged by enemy flak Jan 29, 1945 and
						ditched near HMS Victorious. Crew rescued by HMA
						Whelp (2 injured, one of whom subsequently died)
					24884 (JZ339) reported Mar 1952 on Balado Bridge dump
					24890 (JZ345) severely damaged by enemy flak and fighters
						during attack on Songei Gerong oil refinery Jan 29, 1945
						and ditched near HMS Victorious.   Crew rescued by
						HMS Whelp.
					24893 (JZ348) reported moved from Royal Navy Aircraft Repair
						Yard at Donibristle to Belfast Jan 31, 1946 for
						dumping at sea from carrier.
				24957 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL442.  No record of fate
				24963 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				24976 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL443.  No record of fate
				25015 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				25018 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				25041 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL444.  No record of fate
				25044 (Composite Squadron 97) crashed into Drew's Reservoir, Lake County, Oregon Jul 3, 1944
					on dive bombing practice flight.  All 3 onboard killed.
				25055 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL445.  No record of fate
25071/25720		General Motors TBM-1C Avenger
				Grumman G-40 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				25072 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				25074 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				25075 (VC-39) lost at sinking of USS Liscome Bay (CVE-56) Nov 24, 1943.
				25076/25105 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ361/JZ390
					25077 (JZ362) damaged by flak while attacking target in
						Japan Aug 9, 1945, ditched at sea with undercarriage
						lowered and overturned.  One crew member killed, one
						rescued (no mention of a third)
					25082 (JZ367) suffered engine fire while glide bombing
						Nov 1944 and ditched.  Crew rescued.
					25084 (JZ369) suffered engine fire while landing at Nowra
						Feb 17, 1945.  Aircraft deemed DBR
					25085 (JZ370) caught weak wire while landing on HMS Victorious
						Mar 26, 1945 and starboard wing struck pom-pom.  Crew
						unhurt but aircraft w/o and pushed overboard Apr 3, 1945.
					25089 (JZ374) suffered engine fire and subsequent belly
						landing at Crail sometime in Nov 1945.  Aircraft SOC.
					25092 (JZ377) during aerodrome dummy deck landings at Crail
						Nov 24, 1945, aircraft was signalled to go higher
						but stalled, port wing dropped, crashed and caught
						fire.  Pilot died of injuries received.
					25094 (JZ379) missing Jan 24, 1945 (unknown location) after
						having been hit by enemy flak.  Crew MIA, presumed
						killed.
					25098 (JZ383) fell over port side while landing on HMS
						Victorious Feb 5, 1945, fall arrested by crane.  Crew
						safe, but aircraft DBR.
					25100 (JZ385) while landing on unidentified carrier Jan 22, 1945,
						caught wire but went over port side into sea.
					25101 (JZ386) shot down in flames during bombing mission
						Jan 22, 1945.  Crew POW and subsequently executed in
						Changi prison
					25105 (JZ390) flew into side of Wastwater Screes, England
						during night navigational exercise Jan 16, 1945.
						Crew killed.
				25154 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25170 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25175 converted to XTBM-3 for trial installation of Wright R-2600-20 engine
				25187 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25175 converted to XTBM-3
				25215 MIA near Stoney Island, Palau, date unknown.
				25226/25255 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ391/JZ420
					25228 (JZ393) during aerodrome dummy deck landings at
						Katukurunda Feb 9, 1945, suffered engine fire, crashed
						short of runway, and burned out.
					25233 (JZ398) struck surface of Plymouth Bay, MA and sank
						during simulated torpedo attack Dec 7, 1943.
						Crew killed.
					25234 (JZ399) struck by Avenger JZ400 (BuNo 25235) while
						parked on deck of HMS Queen Apr 27, 1945 and DBR.
					25236 (JZ401) transferred from Royal Naval Aircraft Repair
						Yard at Donibristle to Renfrew Jan 28, 1946 for dumping
						at sea from a carrier.
					25241 (JZ406) while landing on HMS Ravager Sep 22, 1944, went
						through barrier and over port side into sea.  Crew rescued.
					25246 (JZ411) caught in slipstream of preceding aircraft and
						spun in at Barksdale AAF, Shreveport, LA Mar 2, 1944.
					25248 (JZ413) during aerodrom dummy deck landing at 
						Katukurunda Nov 24, 1944, engine ran rough and aircraft
						landed in swamp.  Crew OK but aircraft DBR.
					25249 (JZ414) pilot misjudged landing on HMS Victorious
						Dec 19, 1944, deck landing control officer killed by
						aircraft's port wingtip and aircraft went over side into
						sea.  Both crew members injured but rescued by HMS Rapid.
					25250 (JZ415) hit slipstream of preceding aircraft while
						approaching to land at Katukurunda Nov 8, 1944 and spun
						in short of runway.  One crew survive, other died of
						injuries.
				25266 suffered loss of power when approaching to land at NAS San Diego
					Aug 23, 1945 and struck parked R5C-1 39536.  Both aircraft destroyed
					by fire, but all occupants escaped unhurt.
				25292 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25306 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25333 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25334 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25336/25355 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ421/JZ440
					25337 (JZ422) failed to gain lift on takeoff from HMS Indomitable
						Dec 20, 1944 and ditched.  Crew rescued
					25339 (JZ424) struck by flak over Hegina airfield,
						Sakishima Gunto Apr 16, 1945 and crashed.  Crew KIA.
					25346 (JZ431) SOC at Trincomalee sometime after Dec 1944.
					25347 (JZ432) while climbing away from HMS Indomitable with full
						bombload Jan 29, 1945, caught in slipstream of another aircraft
						and crashed into sea.  All crew killed.
					25354 (JZ439) ditched into sea following loss of power after takeoff
						from HMS Inplacable Jun 14, 1945.  2 crew rescued, one killed.
				25368 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25408 (VC-69) ditched at sea May 13, 1945 due to hydraulic failure.  Crew survived.
				25414 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25416 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25423 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25441 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25446/25465 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ441/JZ460.
					25449 (JZ444) port undercarriage collapsed while landing on HMS
						Indefatigable Jul 28, 1945 and aircraft went over side into sea.
					25455 (JZ450) ditched in Atlantic Ocean following engine fire
						Feb 17, 1944.
					25457 (JZ452) failed to return from patrol to Pas de Calais area
						Jun 7, 1944.  3 crew MIA, presumed killed.
				25484	(VC-42)	 crashed Jul 26, 1944 on landing USS Bogue off Bermuda
				25501 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL448.  No record of fate
				25504 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL449.  No record of fate
				25513 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25514 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25521 converted to XTBM-3 for trial installation of Wright R-2600-20 engine
				25533 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL409.  No record of fate
				25542 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
					Royal Navy records say aircraft was reconditioned and 
					transferred to them Jul 31, 1945 as VL450, but there is no
					record of use or fate.
				25543 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL410.  No record of fate
				25556/25575 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ461/JZ480
					25566 (JZ471) flew into cliff and burned out, Port Soderick Bay, Isle of
						Man during navigational exercise in poor visibility May 12, 1945.
						All crew killed.
					25573 (JZ478) shot down into jungle during raid on Songei Gerong oil
						refinery Jan 29, 1945.  Crew captured by Japanese and subsequently
						executed.
				25594 (VT-92) crashed in Marquesas Bay, FL Beb 5, 1945 on practice torpedo run.  Both crew killed.
				25603 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL451.  No record of fate
				25636 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL452.  No record of fate
				25676/25695 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ481/JZ500
					25676 (JZ481) hydraulic system damaged by enemy flak over Hirara
						airfield May 4, 1945.  Aircraft returned to HMS Indefatigable but
						port undercarriage collapsed on touchdown.  Aircraft dumped
						overboard into sea.
					25682 (JZ487) caught no 9 wire landing on slippery, pitching deck
						of HMS Victorious Apr 2, 1945 and stopped hanging over port side.
						Crew unhurt but aircraft declared DBR, stripped, and jettisoned
						overboard next day.
					25684 (JZ489) ditched in sea due to airlock in fuel system May 4, 1945.
					25685 (JZ490) failed to return after attacking 3 enemy destroyers during
						anti-shipping patrol off Dutch coast Sep 4, 1944.  All 3 crew MIA,
						presumed killed.
					25688 (JZ493) crashed into Casco Bay, Portland Harbor, ME in
						heavy snow and mist Feb 9, 1944 during ferry flight.  Pilot
						bailed out but was killed.
					25691 (JZ496) failed to return from night anti-submarine bombing
						exercise off Cape Cod Mar 14, 1944.  All 3 crew MIA, presumed
						killed.
				25697 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25700	converted to XTBM-3.  Became prototype for TBM-3W AEW version.  Project Cadillac was the name given
					to the development of AEW.  Modified at NAMU Johnsville, Pennsylvania in spring of 1944 and first
					flown in Aug 1944.  Delivered to the Special Project Unit Cast at Bedford AAF, Massachusetts, close
					to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
				25703 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL453.  No record of fate
25721/26195		Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
				Model G-50
				25724 crashed into sea 10 mi E of New Smyrna, FL Oct 9, 1944.  Plane was observed
					to go into spin at 6000 feet during a rapid maneuver while
					squadron was being instructed in gunnery tactics.  Pilot killed.
				25744 (VF-8) collided with F6F-3 BuNo 25776 15 mi E of Kitty Hawk, NC Jul 13, 1943.
					Both pilots killed.
				25776 (VF-8) collided with F6F-3 BuNo 25744 15 mi E of Kitty Hawk, NC Jul 13, 1943.
					Both pilots killed.
				25778/25787 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN370/FN379
					25784 (FN376) crashed following midair collision with Hellcat JV182
						(BuNo 41318)  during exercise from RNAS Eglinton May 18, 1944
					25785 (FN377) crashed into sea 1 mi from Bar Lightship during severe
						thunderstorm Sep 9, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				25848 (VF-31) crashed into sea S of Brenton Reef, RI Jul 16, 1943 while engaged in maneuvering
					with Army P-47.  Pilot killed.
				25862 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25868/25877 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN380/FN389
				25889 (VF-6) missing over Wake Island Oct 5, 1943.
				25897 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25899	(VF-8)	crashed approaching to land on USS Intrepid off Bermuda Oct 24, 1943
				25910 crashed in Lake Michigan Jan 5, 1945 while attempting to land on USS Sable.    
					Pilot survived.  Aircraft recovered Nov 21, 2009.  To be refurbished at National Museum of
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL and then put on display.  Prior to service on USS Sable, this
					plane had served with VF-38 at Guadalcanal in 1943.
				25934 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				25958/25967 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN390/FN399
					25958 (FN390) crashed at Loughmagarry, Northern Ireland during
						oxygen climb Apr 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					25962 (FN394) flew into hilltop in cloud at Skerry West,
						Northern Ireland during low-flying exercise Apr 22, 1944.
						Pilot killed.
					25963 (FN395) reported on dump at Gosport Apr 1946.
				25974 wrecked Nov 10, 1943
				25895 wrecked Nov 10, 1943.
				26047 (F-31) collided with TBF and crashed into sea while on antisubmarine patrol 
					near Penas Point, Trinidad Sep 19, 1943.  Pilot killed.  TBF landed safely with damage.
				26053/26062 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN400/FN409
					26054 (FN401) crashed at Nurvingippan, India May 8, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					26057 (FN404) failed to return from night exercise off Isle
						of Arran Jun 19, 1944.  Pilot missing, presumed killed.
					26061 (FN408) reported on dump at Gosport Mar 1945.
				26148/26157 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN410/FN419
					26148 (FN410) reported on fire and flying low during cross-
						country exercise Jan 31, 1944, then flew into rising
						ground at high speed at Knocknolly, Northern Ireland
						and burned out.  Pilot killed.
					26156 (FN418) ditched while flying from HMS Emperor Apr 3, 1944.  Pilot rescued
26196/26425		Piper NE-1 
				Model J3C-65
				26196	MSN 8015
				26197	MSN 8037
				26198 MSN 8039
				26199	MSN 8020
				26200	MSN 8018
				26201	MSN 8088
				26202	MSN 8021
				26203	MSN 8046
				26204	MSN 8082
				26205	MSN 8114
				26206	MSN 8028
				26207	MSN 8162
				26208	MSN 8167
				26209	MSN 8090
				26210	MSN 8152
				26211	MSN 8166
				26212	MSN 8108
				26213	MSN 8164
				26214	MSN 8158
				26215	MSN 8163
				26216	MSN 8068
				26217	MSN 8110
				26218	MSN 8098
				26219	MSN 8091
				26220	MSN 8159. To N52150, revoked
				26221	MSN 8126
				26222	MSN 8115
				26223	MSN 8033
				26224	MSN 8041
				26225	MSN 8094
				26226	MSN 8134
				26227	MSN 8130
				26228	MSN 8245
				26229	MSN 8101
				26230	MSN 8102
				26231	MSN 8112
				26232	MSN 8103
				26233	MSN 8109
				26234	MSN 8151
				26235	MSN 8153
				26236	MSN 8146
				26237	MSN 8148
				26238	MSN 8147
				26240	MSN 8141
				26241	MSN 8165
				26242	MSN 8168
				26243	MSN 8161
				26244	MSN 8193
				26245	MSN 8192
				26246	MSN 8054
				26247	MSN 8197
				26248	MSN 8060
				26249	MSN 8085
				26250	MSN 7924
				26251	MSN 7928
				26252	MSN 7929
				26253	MSN 7923.	Damaged Jul 23, 1945 taking off from Coso Range, China Lake. SOC Sep 30, 1945
				26254	MSN 7927
				26255	MSN 7953
				26256	MSN 8180
				26257	MSN 8205
				26258	MSN 8007
				26259	MSN 8019
				26260	MSN 8206
				26261	MSN 8022
				26262	MSN 8160
				26263	MSN 8172
				26264	MSN 8171
				26265	MSN 8016
				26266	MSN 8097
				26267	MSN 7787
				26268	MSN 8099
				26269	MSN 8119
				26270	MSN 7805
				26271	MSN 7808
				26272	MSN 8169
				26273	MSN 8181
				26274	MSN 8184
				26275	MSN 8106
				26276	MSN 8187
				26277	MSN 8188
				26278	MSN 8186
				26279	MSN 8183
				26280	MSN 8182
				26281	MSN 8174
				26282	MSN 8170
				26283	MSN 8067
				26284	MSN 8173
				26285	MSN 8178
				26286	MSN 8023
				26287	MSN 8038
				26288	MSN 8058
				26289	MSN 8084
				26290	MSN 8059
				26291	MSN 8053
				26292	MSN 8111
				26293	MSN 8118
				26294	MSN 8105
				26295	MSN 8107
				26296	MSN 8113
				26297	MSN 8121
				26298	MSN 8211
				26299	MSN 8185
				26300	MSN 8221
				26301	MSN 8220
				26302	MSN 8212
				26303	MSN 8219
				26304	MSN 8239
				26305	MSN 8240
				26306	MSN 8241
				26307	MSN 8243
				26308	MSN 8244
				26309	MSN 8246
				26310	MSN 8247
				26311	MSN 8248
				26312	MSN 8249
				26313	MSN 8242
				26314	MSN 8250
				26315	MSN 8238
				26316	MSN 8207
				26317	MSN 8208
				26318	MSN 8223
				26319	MSN 8202
				26320	MSN 8179
				26321	MSN 8210
				26322	MSN 8213
				26323	MSN 8225
				26324	MSN 8222
				26325	MSN 8203
				26326	MSN 8204
				26327	MSN 8224
				26328	MSN 8251
				26329	MSN 8252
				26330	MSN 8253
				26331	MSN 8254
				26332	MSN 8255
				26333	MSN 8256
				26334	MSN 8257
				26335	MSN 8258
				26336	MSN 8259
				26337	MSN 8260
				26338	MSN 8261
				26339	MSN 8262
				26340	MSN 8209
				26341	MSN 8199
				26342	MSN 8191
				26343	MSN 8234
				26344	MSN 8231
				26345	MSN 8236
				26346	MSN 8263.	DBR when stalled during takeoff Jul 21, 1971 at Horton, MI. To N61903, current. 
				26347	MSN 8264
				26348	MSN 8265
				26349	MSN 8266
				26350	MSN 8267
				26351	MSN 8268
				26352	MSN 8269
				26353	MSN 8270
				26354	MSN 8271
				26355	MSN 8272
				26356	MSN 8273
				26357	MSN 8274
				26358	MSN 8277-11.  To Airship Squadron 32 (ZP-32), NAS Moffet Field, CA (1942)
				26359	MSN 8277-12.  To Airship Squadron 32 (ZP-32), NAS Moffet Field, CA (1942)
				26360	MSN 8277-13
				26361	MSN 8277-14
				26362	MSN 8277-15
				26363	MSN 8277-16
				26364	MSN 8275
				26365	MSN 8276
				26366	MSN 8277-1
				26367	MSN 8277-2
				26368	MSN 8277-40
				26369 (MSN 8277-4) to civil registry as N66310.
				26370	MSN 8277-5
				26371	MSN 8277-6
				26372	MSN 8277-7
				26373	MSN 8277-8.  To N65056, revoked
				26374	MSN 8277-9
				26375	MSN 8277-10
				26376	MSN 8233
				26377	MSN 8190
				26378	MSN 8218
				26379	MSN 8040
				26380	MSN 8069
				26381	MSN 8086
				26382	MSN 8087
				26383	MSN 8122
				26384	MSN 8120
				26385	MSN 8214
				26386	MSN 8237
				26387	MSN 8226
				26388	MSN 8216
				26389	MSN 8232
				26390	MSN 8093
				26391	MSN 8277-20.  To civil registry as N1015N
				26392	MSN 8277-17
				26393	MSN 8014
				26394	MSN 8228
				26395	MSN 8215
				26396	MSN 8230
				26397	MSN 8189
				26398	MSN 8200
				26399	MSN 8235
				26400	MSN 8229
				26401	MSN 8201
				26402	MSN 8195
				26403	MSN 8196
				26404	MSN 8194
				26405	MSN 8198
				26406 (MSN 8227, VR-2) damaged in ground accident at Palmdale AAF, CA Apr 20, 1945.
				26407	MSN 8277-23
				26408	MSN 8277-24
				26409	MSN 8104
				26410	MSN 8277-26
				26411	MSN 8277-27
				26412	MSN 8277-28
				26413	MSN 8277-29
				26414	MSN 8277-30
				26415	MSN 8277-31
				26416	MSN 8277-32
				26417	MSN 8277-33
				26418	MSN 8277-34
				26419	MSN 8277-35
				26420	MSN 8277-36
				26421	MSN 8277-37
				26422	MSN 8277-38
				26423	MSN 8277-39
				26424	MSN 8277-25
				26425	MSN 8217.  To N41292
26426 			Schweizer LNS-1
				Cancelled contract.  Was Model SGS 8-2 training glider.
26427/27851		North American SNJ-4 Texan
				26427/26442 MSN 88-10322/10337	(16)
					26427 (MSN 88-10322) to CAA as NC349 and returned
				26443/26513 MSN 88-10370/10440	(71)
					26449 (MSN 88-10376)
					26453 (MSN 88-10380) to Thai AF as F8-50/93
					26458 (MSN 88-10385) with VMF-211 lost Feb 25, 1943, Palmyra Atoll.
					26462 (MSN 88-10389) to CAA as NC370 and transferred to USAF as 48-1338 Jun 22, 1948
					26469 (MSN 88-10396) to NC65775.  Later to French Navy
					26472 (MSN 88-10399) to CAA as NC314 and transferred to USAF as 48-1339 May 19, 1948
					26474 (MSN 88-10401) registered NC60273.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16203 1951-1957.  Sold in USA
					26488 (MSN 88-10415) to CAA as NC295 and transferred to USAF as 48-1340 Jul 13, 1948
					26499 (MSN 88-10426) to Norwegian AF as M-BN.  To Turkish AF
						as 7362 Oct 6, 1955.
					26506 (MSN 88-10433)
				26514/26588 MSN 88-10678/10752 (75)
					26516 (MSN 88-10680) to CAA as NC372 and transferred to USAF as 48-1341 Jun 3, 1948.
					26530 (MSN 88-10694) registered NC58584.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16238.  Scrapped
					26539 (MSN 88-10703) to CAA as NC325 and transferred to USAF as 48-1342
					26548 (MSN 88-10712) to CAA as NC285 and transferred to USAF as 48-1343
					26550 (MSN 88-10714) to CAA as NC311 and transferred to USAF as 48-1344 Jun 7, 1948
					26552 (MSN 88-10716) to CAA as NC276 and returned
					26563 (MSN 88-10727) registered NC52231.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16284 1953-1957.  
						To Argentine Navy marked 0440, 1-E-209, EAN-209
					26575 (MSN 88-10739) to CAA as NC379 and transferred to USAF as 48-1346 Jun 14, 1948
					26577 (MSN 88-10741) to CAA as NC358 and transferred to USAF as 48-1347 Jun 17, 1948
				26589/26628 MSN 88-10883/10922	(40)
					26590 (MSN 88-10884) to CAA as NC298 and returned
					26593 (MSN 88-10887) to CAA as Nc360 and transferred to USAF as 48-1348 Jun 3, 1948
					26598 (MSN 88-10892) to CAA as NC312 and returned
					26603 (MSN 88-10897) to CAA as NC347 and returned
					26608 (MSN 88-10902) to CAA as NC315 and transferred to USAF as 48-1349 Jun 3, 1948
					26610 (MSN 88-10904) to CAA as NC306 Nov 4, 1946 and returned, cancelled Jun 14, 1948.
					26611 (MSN 88-10905) to CAA as NC304 and transferred to USAF as 48-1350
					26614 (MSN 88-10908) to CAA as NC326 and transferred to USAF as 48-1351
					26617 (MSN 88-10911) to CAA as NC356 and transferred to USAF as 48-1352
					26618 (MSN 88-10912) to CAA as NC374 and transferred to USAF as 48-1353
				26629/26668 MSN 88-11003/11042	(40)
					26632 (MSN 88-11006) to CAA as NC319 and transferred to USAF as 48-1354 Jun 25, 1948
					26633 (MSN 88-11007) to CAA as NC313 and transferred to USAF as 48-1355 Jun 4, 1948
					26634 (MSN 88-11008) to CAA as NC320 and returned
					26637 (MSN 88-11011) to CAA as NC327
					26647 (MSN 88-11021) to CAA as NC384 and transferred to USAF as 48-1358
					26655 (MSN 88-11029) to CAA as NC329 and transferred to USAF as 48-1359 Jun 21, 1948
					26659 (MSN 88-11033) to CAA as NC263 and transferred to USAF as 48-1360 May 19, 1948
					26660 (MSN 88-11034) to CAA as NC175 and transferred to USAF as 48-1361 
					26661 (MSN 88-11035) to CAA as NC271 and transferred to USAF as 48-1362
				26669/26708 MSN 88-11083/11122	(40)
					26670 (MSN 88-11084.  Registered NC42045.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16296 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
					26688 (MSN 88-11102) to Thai AF as F8-52/93
					26693 (MSN 88-11107) to CAA as NC324 and returned
				26709/26748 MSN 88-11193/11232	(40)
					26712 (MSN 88-11196) to CAA as NC180 and transferred to USAF as 48-1363
					26715 (MSN 88-11199) to CAA as NC275 and returned
					26718 (MSN 88-11202) to CAA as NC385 and transferred to USAF as 48-1364
					26728 (MSN 88-11212) to CAA as NC339 and transferred to USAF as 48-1365
					26730 (MSN 88-11214) became NC66138.  Later to French Navy
					26734 (MSN 88-11218) to CAA as NC301 and transferred to USAF as 48-1367 May 21, 1948
					26738 (MSN 88-11222) to CAA as NC267 and returned
					26745 (MSN 88-11229) to CAA as NC279 and returned
					26747 (MSN 88-11231) to CAA as NC338 and returned
				26749/26788 MSN 88-11313/11352	(40)
					26755 (MSN 88-11319) airworthy with Vintage Aircraft
					26769 (MSN 88-11333) to Thai AF as F8-53/93
					26785 (MSN 88-11349) to Thai AF as F8-54/93
					26788 (MSN 88-11352) converted to SNJ-4C.  Damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at 
						NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
				26789/26828 MSN 88-11433/11472	(40)
					26800 (MSN 88-11444) to RAF as KE305
					26808 on civil registry as N26808.
					26811 (MSN 88-11455) to Thai AF as F8-56/93
					26812 to RAF as KE306
					26816/26818 to RAF as KE307/KE309
					26825 (MSN 88-11469)
				26829/26868 MSN 88-11513/11552 (40)
					26831 (MSN 88-11515)
					26834 (88-11518) to Thai AF as F8-90/93
					26861 (88-11545) to Norwegian AF as M-BG.  To Turkish AF as 7368 Oct 6, 1955.
				26869/26938 MSN 88-11688/11757 (70)
					26872 (MSN 88-11691) registered NC55769.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16231 1952-1956.  Scrapped.
					26919 (MSN 88-11738) registered NC73382.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16230 1952-1957.  
						To Argentine Navy marked 0498, 1-E-239
				26939/27008 MSN 88-11798/11867 (70)
					26939 (MSN 88-11798) now registered as N43NA and on display at Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA. 
					26940 (MSN 88-11799) 
					26943 to YV-ARU
					26955 (MSN 88-11814)
					26966 (MSN 88-11825) registered NC60288.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16237 1952-1957.  To Argentine Navy marked 0442.
						To museum in Argentina.
					26970 (MSN 88-11829) registered NC75214.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16301 1954-1957.  
						To Argentine Navy marked 0500, 1-E-221, EAN-221
					26980 (MSN 88-11839) to Royal Thai AF as F8-57/93
					26989 (MSN 88-11848)
					26992 (MSN 88-11851)
					26997 (MSN 88-11856)
					26998 (MSN 88-11857)
					27005 (MSN 88-11864)
				27009/27129 MSN 88-11908/12028 (121)
					27014 (MSN 88-11913)
					27023 (MSN 88-11922)
					27033 (MSN 88-11932)
					27034 (MSN 88-11933)
					27037 (MSN 88-11936)
					27038 (MSN 88-11937)
					27059 (MSN 88-11958)
					27066 (MSN 88-11965)
					27072 (MSN 88-11971) converted to SNJ-4C.  Damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at 
						NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  To limited overhaul.
					27080 (MSN 88-11979) converted to SNJ-4C.  Destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at 
						NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943
					27084 (MSN 88-11983)
					27094 to YV-ARI
					27109 (MSN 88-12008) to Thai AF as F8-58/93
					27115 (MSN 88-12018)
				27130/27179 MSN 88-12073/12122 (50)
					27133 (MSN 88-12076)
					27137 (MSN 88-12080) registered NC52031.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16229 1952-1957.  
						To Argentine Navy marked ANA 0431, 1-E-218, 4-G-123
					27154 (MSN 88-12097) registration N103LT reserved Nov 4, 2005, taken
						up Jan 5, 2006.  Owner is American Airpower Heritage
						Museum, Midland, TX.
					27170 (MSN 88-12113) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA 
						Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
				27180/27229 MSN 88-12175/12224	(50)
					27192 to YV-ASE
					27203 (MSN 88-12198) 
					27222 (MSN 88-12217) registered N712AW Feb 25, 2008.  Has
						been stored since Jun 1986
				27230/27278 MSN 88-12266/12314	(49)
					27234 (MSN 88-12270) registered N714AW Feb 25, 2008.  Has been
						stored since Jun 1986
					27255 (MSN 88-12291) to civil registry as N9528C, then N86WW
					27259 (MSN 88-12295) to Thai AF as F8-60/93
					27268 (MSN 88-12304) to Spanish AF as C.6-180.  W/o Mar 9, 1977.  In 1980 registered F-AZBE, falsely
						marked as 4312127
					27270 (MSN 88-12306)
				27279/27300 MSN 88-12335/12356	(22)
					27287 (MSN 88-12343)
					27298 to YV-ASA
					27299 (MSN 88-12355)
				27301/27328 MSN 88-12401/12428	(28)
					27305 (MSN 88-12405)
					27315 (MSN 88-12415) registered NC69569.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16236 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
					27320 (MSN 88-12420) to Brazilian AF as FAB 1469, then to Paraguay
						as FAP 0133, later FAP0108.  Registered N3171K.  
						Registered VH-TOA Jun 16, 1995.
				27329/27378 MSN 88-12485/12534 (50)
					27341 (MSN 88-12497)
					27352 on civil registry as N7058C
					27357 force landed 1 mi S oF Falmouth, KY Jul 6, 1947
					27370 (MSN 88-12526)
					27373 (MSN 88-12529) destroyed on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA 
						Sep 17, 1943 
					27374 (MSN 88-12530) assigned to Destroyer Shakedown Training Facility, Bermuda 1943.
				27379/27428 MSN 88-12615/12664	(50)
					27383 (MSN 88-12619) became N2269S, then XB-GVK, then XB-HLM
						Mar 1998.
					27386 (MSN 88-12622) to civil registry as N7061C
					27407 (MSN 88-12643) 
					27415 (MSN 88-12651)
					27420 (MSN 88-12656)
					27425 (MSN 88-12661)
				27429/27478 MSN 88-12705/12754	(50)
					27436 (MSN 88-12712)
					27437 (MSN 88-12713) registered N6513A Mar 20, 2007.
					27464 (MSN 88-12740)
					27472 (MSN 88-12748)
				27479/27528 MSN 88-12815/12864	(50)
					27485 to YV-ARA
					27491 (MSN 88-12827) to Honduras AF as FAH 202
					27509 (MSN 88-12845)
					27514 (MSN 88-12850). Oct. 20, 1983 to Charles E. Beck, reg. N2269U.  Jun 9, 2011 to Tami K. Buehn. Aug.3, 2012 to Evergreen 
						Flying Service Inc, Dec 27, 2012 to BP Residential LLC. Feb 8,.2013 damaged in a forced landing at Garden City, Texas.
				27529/28578 MSN 88-12925/12974	(50)
					27549 (MSN 88-12885?) . Noted derelict at Minter Field, Shafter, California in January 1973. 
					27560 on civil registry as NX30CE and converted to look like a P-64.  Now in Thailand.
				27579/27628 MSN 88-13035/13084	(50)
					27594 (MSN 88-13050) became N9183H, then SAAF 7646, then N7646S.  Presumably sold
						to owner in Germany, as registration D-FFCI reserved Aug 11, 2003, but NTU. Based at airfield at
						AAchen-Merzbruck in Germany.
					27600 to YV-ASI
					27611 (MSN 88-13067)
					27625 (MSN 88-13081)
				27629/27678 MSN 88-13125/13174	(50)
					27635 (MSN 88-13131) registered NC65507.  To Swedish af as 16221 1952-1957.  To Argentine Navy in 1957.
						to N1624M in Argentine museum.
					27637 (MSN 88-13133) to civil registry as N6306C
					27654 (MSN 88-13150) disappeared over Gulf of Mexico while on routine instrument flight Aug 20, 1943.
						Pilot found 24 hours later floating in his Mae West 40 mi S of Pensacola, FL.
					27656 (MSN 88-13152) crashed into Mobile Bay, Alabama May 27, 1943 on training flight.  Both instructor and
						student aboard were killed.
					27668 (MSN 88-13164) to civilian registry as N7070C
					27670 (MSN 88-13166)
					27672 (MSN 88-13168)
					27675 (MSN 88-13171) to civil registry as N7062C.  Converted
						into a Kate replica for filming of 'Tora! Tora! Tora!'
				27679/27728 MSN 88-13235/13284 	(50)
					27680 (MSN 88-13236) to Spanish AF as C.6-177
					27688 (MSN 88-13244) 
					27723 (MSN 88-13279)
				27729/27778 MSN 88-13345/13394	(50)
					27748 (MSN 88-13364)
					27754 to civil registry as N7090C
					27756 (MSN 88-13372) to N7067C, then N13372.  Crashed shortly after takeoff near Buckley, Washington Jun 4, 2014.
						Both occupants were killed.
					27768 to civil registry as N101VT
				27779/27828 MSN 88-13475/13524 (50)
					27780 (MSN 88-13476) to N33CC.  
					27813 (MSN 88-13509) became N6171Q.  Reported sold to owner in South Africa Feb 2005.
					27815 (MSN 88-13511)
					27821 (MSN 88-13517) with American Airpower Heritage Museum
					27824 (MSN 88-13520) to Spanish AF as C.6-160
				27829/27851 MSN 88-13565/13587 (23)
					27842 (MSN 88-13578) to Spanish AF as C.6-159.  Noted preserved at
						Cuatro Vientos Jun 2004 as 'C.6-35'
					27844 (MSN 88-13580) to Spanish AF as C.6-158
					27845 (MSN 88-13581) to Spanish AF as C.6-157.  Sold May 1982, became N29910.
					27846 (MSN 88-13582)
					27851 (MSN 88-13587) to civil registry as N4138A, then N97TR.
						Damaged after landing gear collapsed during ground loop,
						Bellingham, WA Aug 17, 1982 and rebuilt.
27852			Consolidated XP4Y-1 Corregidor
27853/27856		Naval Aircraft Factory XTDN-1 
27857/27858		Interstate XTDR-1 
				Originally ordered with BuNos 37635/37636.  Naval Aircraft Factory TDN development built in modified configuration
					by Interstate as TDR-1.  Was unmanned remotely-conrolled aircraft for use in combat as assault drone.
27859/27958		Interstate TDR-1 
				Naval Aircraft Factory TDN development built in modified configuration
					by Interstate as TDR-1.  Was unmanned remotely-conrolled aircraft for use in combat as assault drone
27959			Lockheed R5O-3 
				MSN 18-2167.  Originally with Defense Supply Corp as NC33601.  To US Navy as 27959.  WFU Oct 31, 1948. 
27960/28058		Boeing/Stearman N2S-4
				Stearman Aircraft Model A75N1
				27960/27974 MSN 75-3234/75-3248 
					27960/27963 (MSN 75-3234/3237) ex USAAF 41-25737/25740.
				27975/28058 MSN 75-3250/75-3333
					27984 (MSN 75-3259) on civil registry as N61268.
					28011 (MSN 75-3286) formerly USAAF 41-25848.  Became N65335, 
						then C-GBLQ, then F-WZEE, then F-AZEE. Badly damaged
						in forced landing at Kirn, West Germany May 18, 1986
					28021 (MSN 75-3296) became N63914.  Registration ZS-ACK was 
						reserved Mar 6, 2003 for an unknown South African owner.
					28049 (MSN 75-3324) to N65011, restored, active
					28056 (MSN 75-3331) registered as N67413.
28059/29213		Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless
				MSN 3406/4560 
				28060 (MSN 3407) spun in after pullout from bomb run near
					NAS Corpus Christi, TX 11/27/1944.  Both
					Crew killed.
				28076 (MSN 3423) force landed after takeoff from NAS Deland,
					FL 11/22/1944.  Pilot OK.
				28116 (MSN 3463, CAU-32) crashed in Pacific 3/5/1945.
				28118 (MSN 3465) lost 40 mi E of Ft Lauderdale, FL 3/6/1945.  2 crew missing.  I have this one also have
					been involved in a wheels up landing 5/8/1945 Ft Lauderdale, FL.
				28119 (MSN 3466) VJ-13) crashed into house on takeoff from Moon Island, WA 8/14/1944.  2 crew injured.
				28136 (MSN 3483, VN19D8) NAAS Chase Fld, Tx; 07.11/45: 
					Solo; Stalled on wave-off, landing; Pilot OK
				28162 (MSN 3509, VS-59) ditched 5/15/1945.  Crew OK.
				28166 on display at Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum.
				28237 force-landed during bomb training NAS Jacksonville, FL. 10/15/1944.  Crew injured.
				28238 (VN19D8) 09/18/45; Mid-air with 36136 during sqd tactics; pilot killed
				28268 (VJ-10) spun in while pulling target for AA and crashed near NAS Whidbey Island, WA 12/22/1944.
					2 crew killed.
				28271 (VMF-452) wave-off MCAS EL Toro, CA and spun-in on landing 12/06/1944.  Pilot killed.
				28278 force landed in rough terrain FL 5/7/1945. SOC.  Crew OK.
				28299 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				28355 collision with obstacle 5/20/1945 Kalalui Pool, Maui, HI.  SOC.
				28361 suffered fuel exhaustion during bomb practice near NAAS Cecil Field, FL. 9/20/1944.  Crew bailed out.
				28373 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 21, 1944 to Oct 1945.
					Registered as NACA 101
				28378 (VMF-311 force-landed on Roi Island during non-combat mission 8/18/1944.  Pilot OK.
				28379 had mid-air during bomb practice 11/17/1944.  Pilot parachuted to safety.
				28410 gear collapsed on landing Banning, CA 5/2/1945.  C.
				28426 (VTB,OTU#1) ditched off Ft Lauderdale, FL  6/28/1945.  Crew OK.
				28435 (MSN 3782) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5066; brought on charge Apr 16, 1944. Returned to US Marine 
					Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				28452 (MSN 3799) lost Apr 4, 1944 near Tanga Islands on flight from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal to Piva, Bougainville.
					Had been taken from USMC stock as a replacement aircraft and was on delivery flight to 25 Squadron of
					RNZAF at Piva when the pilot (the only crew member) got lost and bailed out over Japanese-held territory.
					Pilot POW but died in prison camp May 1944.  Aircraft never received a NZ serial number, but had a temporary
					ID of "176"
				28486 spun in on landing at NAS Miami, FL 3/5/1945.  Pilot killed.
				28459 (VMO-155) crashed on non-combat mission  12/10/1944.
				29498 to civil registry as HC-AAH
				28503 crashed during bomb practice near NAS Deland, FL 10/26/1944.  Crew killed.
				28516 (MSN 3863) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5060; brought on charge Apr 1, 1944. 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps at 
					Russell May 20, 1944.
				28526 (MSN 3873) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5061; brought on charge Apr 1, 1944. 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps 
					at Russell May 20, 1944.
				28535 (MSN 3882) crashed at Piva, Bougainville Jun 3, 1944 with VMSB-236.
					Pilot was killed, fate of rest of crew unknown.  By late 1960s was used by MGM Studios, Culver 
					City, CA as wind machine.  Moved to The Air Museum, Ontario, CA.  Registered 1987 as N670AM.
				28536 (MSN 3883) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5062; brought on charge Apr 1, 1944. Named ‘Francois’ with 25 
					Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.  Was NX670AM by mid 1996.  Noted airworthy as 
					NX670AM at Planes of Fame, Chino, California Jan 13, 2002.  
				28537 (VC-24) suffered engine failure and ditched 3 mi off Kokohead, Oahu, Hawaii Oct 5, 1943.
				28538 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 17, 1945
				28539 (VMSB-931) crashed on takeoff Galveston, TX and sand 9/20/1944.  Both crew killed.
				28549 crashed on takeoff NAS Jacksonville 11/19/1944.  Crew killed.
				28554 in mid-air with 29179 during gunnery training near NAS Deland, FL 7/24/1944.  Pilot bailed
					out, other crewman killed.
				28557 A&R (assembly & repair); NAS Corpus Christi, TX; 07/24/45
				28579 crashed South West Pacific 2/14/1945.
				28637 (VMSB-944) had engine failure off Camp Lejeune, NJ 10/10/1944.  Crew bailed out.
				28654 (VS-34) in midair fire near Arapahoo, NC 9/11/1944.  Pilot killed.
				28655 hit water on pullout from bomb run near NAS Deland, FL.  Crew killed.  Date??
				28659 wheels-up landing at Naval Proving Grounds, Dahlgren, Va 10/05/1944.  Pilot OK.
				28673 failed to return from routine training flight Feb 24, 1944 from NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
					Wreck discovered Sep 1, 1945.  Two crewmen killed.
				28675 (VS-69) ditched at sea off Oahu, HI 7/11/1944.  Crew OK
				28684 suffered fuel exhaustion during familiarization flight near NAS Deland, FL 11/18/1944 and force-
					landed.  Pilot OK.
				28691 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				28720 (VN19DA) ground looped on landing at NAAS Chase Field, TX 7/6/1945.  Crew OK.
				28752 crashed on night navigation flight from NAS Jacksonville, FL 7/18/1944.  2 crew killed.
				28753 no pullout from dive bomb run near Black Creek Target 9/05/1944.  Both crew killed.
				28754 spun in 4 mi SSE of Catheart, VA 1/10/1945. 2 crew killed.
				28774 (MAG-92) ran out of fuel near Batesville, Ark. and pilot bailed out 12/23/1944.
				28796 spun in while landing at NAAS Cecil Field, FL 12/10/1944.  Pilot killed.
				28804 in hard landing on USS Sable, Lake Michigan 12/15/1944.  Pilot OK
				28812 (VMF-224) ditched 1/15/1945.  2 crew OK.
				28830	converted to XSBD-6.  To NATC Patuxent River, Maryland Jun 1944.
				28850 crashed near Watsonville, CA Jan 14, 1944, killing the two crew members.  A work crew unearthed the wreckage
					Jul 11, 2007.  
				28890 (VS-53) in wheels-up landing NAS Barbers Pt,Hawaii 4/29/1945.  SOC.  Crew OK.
				28893 in mid-air during glide bombing training off NAS Miami, FL 8/01/1944.  2 crew bailed out.
				28898 (VS-28) ditched at sea due to bad weather near Amchitka, AK 9/28/1944..  2 crew killed.
				28908 stalled landing NAAS Cuddihy Field, TX 10/16/1944.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
				28917 (MAG-37) in wheels-up landing 12/16/1944.  Pilot OK
				28943 pilot bailed out due to bad weather near St. Augustine, FL 8/19/1944.  
				28945 crash-landed at NAS Deland, FL 8/26/1944 after engine fire on takeoff.  Pilot killed.
				28950 crashed in bad weather near Beecher City, IL on ferry flight 5/25/1945.  Both crew killed.
				28954 ditched after takeoff Guadalcanal CVE-60 1/24/1944.  Pilot OK.
				28972 in hard landing on Guadalcanal CVE-60 and hit
					barrier 1/18/1945.  Pilot OK.
				28981 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				28990 in hard landing on USS Sable 9/29/1944.  Pilot OK
				29002 in mid-air during gunnery near NAS Miami, FL
					8/28/1944.  2 crew killed.
				29008 stalled after takeoff from NAS Deland 7/18/1944.
					Two crew OK
				29018 crashed in Wagner Canyon, CA Sep 15, 1943
				29021 (VMSB-236) crashed due to pilot error during
					combat mission 7/26/1944, Munda
				29029 crashed and burned in Aliso Canyon, CA 1944, killing pilot.
				29035 (MSN 4382) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
					Repaired.
				29036 (VS-35) spun in on training flight 8/3/1944.
					2 crew killed.
				29044 (MSN 4391) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
					Repaired.
				29046 (VN8D8) force landed near NAAS Saulfey Field 
					5/9/1945. SOC
				29059 stalled during slow takeoff and crashed NAS Deland,
					FL 9/04/1944.  Pilot killed.
				29073 (VS-51) ditched Sandan Defense Area 9/17/1944.
					Pilot suffered minor injuries.
				29081 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				29082 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				29088 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 17, 1945
				29096 (VMSB-241) undershot landing 9/26/1944.  Crew OK
				29101 (VN9D8) force landed near Corpus Christi, TX on
					ferry flight 6/7/1945.  Crew OK.
				29124 crashed into Turnbull Bay near New Smyrna Field,
					FL 8/16/1944.  Pilot killed.
				29179 in mid-air with 28554 during gunnery training
					near NAS Deland, FL 7/24/1944.  Both crew killed.
				29198 in high-speed stall after pull out during test
					flight near NAAS Cecil Field, FL 9/25/1944.
					Both crew killed.
				29201 in midair with 36215 near NAS Deland, FL. 12/18/1944.
					Pilot killed
				29206 stalled on landing and crashed NAAS Branan Field,
					FL 11/20/1944.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
29214/29375		Brewster SB2A-4 Buccaneer
				Brewster Aeronautical Corporation Model 340.
				Originally ordered by Netherlands East Indies AF, where they would have
					received serials BD-9001/9162.  Not delivered because of capitulation
					to the Japanese.
				56 aircraft assigned for Lend-Lease delivery to Russia but cancelled. All placed into storage direct from the factory.
				29214	First flight Aug42. Used for flight tests by US Navy and Brewster company pilots
				29215	Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC, Nov42 for evaluation and demonstration
				29223	Assigned to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jan43. Later to VMF[N]-531. Written off 7Nov43
				29227	Assigned to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jan43. Written off 30Mar43
				29228	Assigned to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jan43. Written off 5Feb43
				29229	Assigned to Aircraft Engineering Squadron 41. Later to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				29231	Assigned to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jan43
				29234	Assigned to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jan43
				29235	Assigned to VMF[N]-531 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jan43
				29236	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29238	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29242	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29243	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29248	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29251	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29257	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29258	Assigned to OTU VSB-2 at NAS Vero Beach, FL, Jan43
				29318	Assigned to VMF[N]-532 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC, Jul43
				29336	Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD, for use as a chase aircraft and training of test pilots
29376/29550		Howard NH-1 Nightingale
				DGA-15P (MSN 701-875) for US Navy
				29376 forcelanded at NAS Ottumwa, IA Mar 7, 1945
				29378 ground looped on landing at NAS Atlanta, GA May 19, 1944
				29380 current as N4641N
				29381 current as N65476
				29382 to N64562, cancelled Apr 22, 2013
				29383 destroyed in forced landing at NAS Atlanta Aug 17, 1943
				29384 current as N4616N
				29385  to N4476N, expired Dec 31, 2011.
				29387 ground looped on landing at NAS Atlanta, GA May 25, 1945.  Current as N65047
				29389 to N75979, revoked
				29390 ground looped on landing at NAS Atlanta, GA Dec 20, 1945
				29391 destroyed in landing at London Aux Field, Kentucky Nov 24, 1945.  Current as N9832H
				29393 To N1304V, expired Dec 31, 2013.
				29394 to N5572N, cancelled Aug 24, 2012.
				29395 ground looped on landing at NAS Atlanta, GA Jan 29, 1946
				29396 crashed 1/4 mile W of NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 10, 1944
				29397 destroyed in takeoff accident at NAS Atlanda Jun 18, 1943
				29400 registration as N1206V revoked
				29402 current as N68122.
				29403 current as N450Y
				29406 registration as N65046, cancelled on export to Brazil Mar 28, 2012
				29407 ground looped on landing at NAS Atlanta, GA Dec 16, 1944
				29408 current as N9599H
				29413 registration as N9891H, cancelled Mar 21, 2013
				29415 registration as N55945 cancelled Jan 31, 2013
				29417 collided on takeoff with NH-1 29442 Nov 2, 1945.  Registration as N52956 cancelled Aug 14, 2012
				29418 registration as N9725H revoked
				29419 current as N60387
				29420 destroyed in takeoff accident at NAS Atlanda Jun 1, 1943
				29421 destroyed in takeoff accident at NAS Atlanta Jun 1, 1943.
				29422 destroyed in forced landing at Lawrenceville, Georgia Feb 9, 1945
				29423 current as N9887H
				29426 to N65945, current as N500DK
				29429 to N65944, cancelled
				29430 current as N49791
				29433 registratin as N66288 revoked
				29434 registration as N95430 cancelled Sep 30, 2013
				29435 to N39674, to N35RH, current ss N106GG
				29437 destroyed in takeoff accident at NAS Atlanda Feb 15, 1944
				29441 damaged in landing accident at NAS Atlanta, GA Sep 5, 1944. Registratin as N55952 revoked
				29442 collided on takeoff with NH-1 29417 Nov 2, 1945.  Current as N9125H
				29445 (VRF-4) crashed on takeoff at MacArthur Field, FL Sep 3, 1945
				29446 (CASU-26) damaged in landing accident at NAS Columbus, OH
					May 5, 1944.  Current as N95462
				29447 (CASU-23) force landed near Fort Hancock, NJ Jul 25, 1944
				29448 current as N4646N
				29449 current as N55434
				29451 current as N9271H
				29456 w/o in takeoff accident at St Charles MAP, IL Sep 21, 1943, minor damage
				29457 (MSN 782) to civil registry as N4622N.  Rebuilt as N88WT,
					later registered as N115KB, current as N29457.
				29458 destroyed in takeoff accident at St Charles MAP, Illinois Sep 21, 1943.
				29459 force landed 12 mi SE of Bowman AAF,KY Jun 21,1945
				29462 (CASU-22) damaged in accident at NAS Sanford, FL Jan 6, 1945.  Current as N999WT
				29463 w/o in landing accident at NAS Norfolk, VBA
				29465 w/o at NAS Dallas, TX Feb 3, 1945
				29466 w/o in landing accident at NAS Norman, OK Oct 28, 1944
				29471 to CF-JSO in 1957.  Current as N796H
				29472 destroyed in landing at Oahu, Hawaii Oct 31, 1944
				29476 (VR-8) damaged in landing accident at NAS Patuxent River, MD Jul 4, 1944.  To N75976, cancelled.
				29481 registratin as N64316, cancelled Sep 5, 2012.
				29484 (CASU-24) w/o in landing accident at NAS Wildwood, NJ Feb 8, 1944
				29485 w/o at NAS Olathe, KS due to structural failure Dec 5, 1943.  Registration as N1036M cancelled on export
					to Canada May 14, 1971.
				29488 current as N9471H
				29489 damaged in ground collision Aug 11, 1944 with SB2C-3 18974 at NAS Wildwood, NJ.
					w/o in landing accident at NAS Atlanta, GA Jul 27, 1945.
				29492 to N75599, current
				29493 w/o in ground collision with SNJ-4 27673 at NAS Atlanta, GA
					May 19, 1945
				29498 to civil registry as HC-AAH
				29499 to N4615N, registration as N54321 cancelled Jan 30, 2013
				29504 force landed 2 mi E of Winder, GA Jan 10, 1945
				29505 registration as N31469 cancelled on export to France Oc5 18, 2010 as F-AZGL, Wears USN culors as 31469
				29509 to N26334?, registration N4702N cancelled Aug 1, 2012.
				29510 ground looped on landing at NAS Corpus Christi, TX Jul 8, 1946.  To N1335M, current
				29511 to N53386, current
				29513 w/o in landing accident at NAS Atlanta, GA Jun 1, 1945.  To N79986, cancelled
				29514 to N1177V, cancelled Mar 24, 2011
				29517 registration as N49781 cancelled Aug 9, 2012
				29520 registration as N66279 cancelled Oct 11, 2012
				29523 (FAW-16) w/o in landing accident at Recife, Brazil Mar 21, 1944.
				29530 (VS-46) w/o at NAS Pearl Harbor, HI Feb 12, 1945
				29531 registration as N66476 cancelled Feb 13, 2013
				29533 to N62016, current as N858H
				29534 current as N5604V
				29538 ditched in Lake Washington, WA on ferry flight Dec 11, 1943
				29540 w/o in landing accident at NAS Norfolk, VA Nov 23, 1944
				29542 registration as N62005 revoked
				29543 destroyed in landing at NAS Hilo, Hawaii Mar 16, 1945
				29544 became CF-NTY, registration cancelled.
				29546 current as N79530
				29547 registration as N5507N cancelled Sep 20, 2012
				29548 registratin as N53H cancelled Jul 5, 2013
				29549 registration as N63427 cancelled.  Accident at Turner Falls, Massachusetts Jul 27, 1966
29551/29668		Beech SNB-2C Navigator
				29552 (MSN 6992) modified as SNB-2HP for hospital evacuation.  Redesignated JRB-4H in 1947,  redesignation
					as JRB-4.  To TC-COW-y9
				29553 (MSN 6995) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignaed UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N26001.  Reported May 26, 1970 at George T. Baker Aviation School,
					Miami, FL.  Noted at the school 1969-2009.  Registration N26001 cancelled.
				29558 (MSN 7004) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c195
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N91252.
					Also listed as MSN 7010, ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial. Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953
					Used for pest control by Osceola County, FL as N58559.  Now with American Airpower Heritage Flying 
					Museum, Midland, TX as N5855.
				29566 (MSN 7034) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5P c 1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962, later UC-45J.
					To Allied Aircraft Inc, Tucson, AZ in 1976.  Noted in Allied storage yard in 1976.
				29570 (MSN 7046) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.
				29572 (MSN 7052) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co., Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Seen in Hamilton storage yard in 1971.
				29579 (MSN 7103) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as IC240 Sep 9, 1970.  To civil registry as N40076 with US Department 
					of Agriculture.  Noted in USDA storage at Douglas-Bisbee, AZ in 1979.
				29581 (UC-45J, VX-5) crashed in storm 7 mi SW of Mt Whitney, CA Mar 31, 1964.  All 4 onboard killed.
				29583 (MSN 7115) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P as SNB-5P c 1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To
					South Nevada Vocational Technical School, Las Vegas, NV as instructional airframe in 1973. 
				29584 (MSN 7118) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3 as SNB-5 c 1953 .
					To N90231.
				29585 (MSN 7121) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P as SNB-5P c 1953, 
					Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as IC254 Jun 27, 1972.  To US Department of Agriculture as
					Nu5018 in 1975.   To USAF Museum, loaned to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Restored
					to airworthy as N75018.  Noted at EAA Northwest Fly-In at Arlington, WAS Jul 13, 2002 with registration N75018.
					In 2009 was in flying condition with civil registry N585PB.
				28586 (MSN 7124) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial).  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3.  To N1938M
				29590 (MSN 7169) was USAAF 43-50164.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P, as SNB-5 c1953.   
					Redesignated UC-45J Sep 18 1962.  To N29680.   To N218SD.  Preserved at
					Prof Hacker's Lost Treasure, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
				29591 (MSN 7172) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N7268 as instructional airframe
				29592 (MSN 7175) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC
					as IC250 Jul 12, 1971.  To US Department of Agriculture as N40077 in 1974.  Noted in USDA storage at
					Douglas-Bisbee, AZ in 1979. 
				29595 (MSN 7184) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Noted in Hamilton storage compound in 1971.
				29602 (MSN 7211) was USAAF 43-50178.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J 
					Sep 18, 1962.  To MASDC as IC249 Jan 21, 1971.  To N40078 with US Department of Agriculture.  WFU May 31, 1978.
					Noted in USDA storage compound at Douglas-Bisbee, AZ Oct 16, 1979.
				29606 (MSN 7223) modified to SNB-2H for hospital evacuation.  Redesignated JRB-4H, JRB-4.   To civil registry as N7939C
					in 1960.  Ran into ditch on landing, Santa Rosalin, Mexico Feb 1, 1972.
				29609 (MSN 7232) modified to SNB-2H for hospital evacuation.  Redesignated JRB-4H.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3,
					as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co., Tucson, AZ in 1968.  Seen in
					Hamilton storage area in 1973.
				29611 (MSN 7242) was USAAF 43-50187.  Modified to SNB-2H for hospital evacuation.   Converted to JRB-4.  
					To JMSDF as 6410.  WFU, to HL-2012
				29613 (MSN 7252) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N3026 with Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan as instructional airframe..
				29616 (MSN 7667) to JMSDF as 6406
				29617 (MSN 7672) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Seen in Hamilton storage yard in 1971.
				29618 (MSN 7677) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.
					Seen in DMA yard May 10, 1997.  Fuselaged noted in compound at Kingman, AZ Jun 5, 2011.
				29619 (MSN 7682) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N86455, N86413.
				29620 (MSN 7687) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N2209S
				29621 (MSN 7697) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co., Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Noted in Hamilton storage yard in 1971.
				29623 (MSN 7707) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred
					to US Army as 29623.  To N300KU with University of Kansas.
				29626 (TC-45J) to civil registry as N10910.
				29629 (MSN 7737) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c 1953.  To N97483 with West Michigan University,
					Kalamazoo, Michigan.
				29636 (MSN 7772) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c 1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Noted derelict in Hamilton compound in 1972.
				29637 (MSN 7777) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962. 
					Transferred to US Army as 29637.  For display at Kelly AFB, then to USAF History and Traditions 
					Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas in 1988 with bogus USAF markings of 42-9637.
				29639 (MSN 7787) was USAAF 43-50215.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated TC-45J 
					Sep 18, 1962, converted to UC-45J.  To N15404.  WFU Apr 4, 2011, hulk at J. W. Duff scrapyard, Denver.
				29641 (MSN 7797) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1953.   To civil registry as N90271.
				29642 (MSN 7802) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1953.  To civil registry as N90250.  Cockpit 
					noted at Fantasy of flight Museum, Polk City, FL Sep 2003.
				29644 (MSN 7812) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To
					Aircraft Specialties Inc, Mesa, AZ in 1978.
				29645 (MSN 7817) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1953 Seen at NAS Alameda c1960.  Redesignated 
					RC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N5245 as instructional airframe
				29646 (MSN 7822) was USAAF 43-50222.  Converted to SNB-3P in 1946, then rebuilt to SNB-5 in 1953, MSN N-1082.  Redesignated
					TC-45J in 1962 and redesignated UC-45J in 1964 with no modifications.  To US Army as 29646.  To N1082.
					Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ painted in fake civilian registration of N6000V (it 
					is derived from Pima Museum's address).
				29648 (MSN 7832) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as
					IC247 Nov 21, 1970.  To N40079 with US Department of Agriculture in 1974.  Noted in USDA storage compound
					at Douglas-Bisbee, AZ in 1979.
				29649 hit mountain during bad weather near MCAS
					El Toro, CA 11/21/1950.  Crew killed.
				29651 (MSN 7085) modified as SNB-2H for hospital evacuation.  Redesignated JRB-4H.  Remanufactured by Beech as
					SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.   To civil registry as N6688.  Engine failed and crashed 
					in forced landing near Verdel, Nebraska Jul 18, 2009.  Passenger killed, pilot injured.
				29657 (MSN 7067) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aviation, Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Noted in Hamilton storage yard in 1971.
				29659 (MSN 7073) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To N3482.  Crashed on landing at Urbana-Day Aro Place, Illinois Apr 29, 2000.  Damaged airframe stored
					at Moscow-Hawks Nest, Tennessee in 2003.
				29661 (MSN 7151) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, redesignated SNB-3.
					Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N11508 with Florida Institute of
					Technology, Melbourne, FL in 1970 as instructional airframe.
				29662 (MSN 7157) ex USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.   To civil registry as N29681, N10386.
				29664 (MSN 7163) transferred to US Coast Guard as SNB-2C 29664.  Returned to US Navy and remanufactured by Beech
					as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J.  To civil registration N77650
				29665/29668 cancelled
29665/29666		Culver XTD3C-1
				Culver Aircraft Company XPQ-15 radio controlled target version for use by the US Navy
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled SNB-2C batch.
29667/29668		Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star
				P-80A 44-85000,85005 from USAAF. BuNos reassigned from cancelled SNB-2C batch.  
				29667 w/o Feb 13, 1947
				29668 fitted with arrestor gear and catapult hook, and trialled aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.
					w/o June 4, 1947.
29669/29698		Piper NE-2 
				Model J3C-65D
				29669/29678 MSN 13931/13940 ex USAAF 45-5191/5200
				29679/29688 MSN 13965/13974 ex USAAF 45-55199/55208
				29689/29698 cancelled
				29670 (MSN 13932) delivered to USAAF as 45-5192; transferred to US Navy; 
					registered N1190N, cancelled 17Jul67 on export to Canada; substantially damaged at 
					Missoula, MT 19Jun65 by a ground loop during takeoff; registered CF-VEM, current [Nov16]
				29671 (MSN 13933) delivered to USAAF as 45-5193; transferred to US Navy; registered N68004, current [Nov16]
				29673 (MSN 13935) delivered to USAAF as 45-5195; transferred to US Navy; to civil registry as N67808, 
					current Nov 2016.
				29675 (MSN 13937) delivered to USAAF as 45-5197; transferred to US Navy; 
				registered N67624, current [Nov16]
				29676 (MSN 13938) delivered to USAAF as 45-5198; transferred to US Navy; 
					registered N67626, current [Nov16]; substantially damaged at Elsinore, CA 16Oct65, the 
					aircraft nosed over during taxy in gusty wind conditions
				29677 (MSN 13939) delivered to USAAF as 45-5199; transferred to US Navy; 
					registered N67631, current [Nov16]; damaged 19Feb78, the pilot lost directional control 
					after landing in a cross wind; substantially damaged 22Sep90. The pilot made a wheel 
					landing expecting a right cross wind. Winds were reported to be 60 to 80 degrees right 
					of the runway heading at 10 to 14 knots. As the tail wheel was lowered to the runway, 
					the airplane veered to the right off of the runway and the pilot elected to abort the landing. 
					The airplane became airborne, but before the pilot could establish a climb or maneuvering 
					speed, it flew into a hangar through a 15 foot gap in the doors and impacted the side wall 
					where it remained suspended about 5 feet above the floor. Another airplane parked in 
					the hangar received minor damage. The three individuals working in the hangar were not injured.
				29684 (MSN 13970) was previously 44-55204(?).  Became NC67666,
					then N67666, then N9039Q.  registered G-TCUB Jul 31, 1987
					but with MSN 13805.
				29685 (MSN 13971) was previously 45-55205.  To civil registry as N67635
29689/29690		Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star
				P-80A-1-LO 44-85235 and 45-8557 from USAAF.
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled NE-2 batch
				29689 with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Now at National Museum of Naval 
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL

29723/29922		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				MSN 237-4876/5075.  Model 237-27-01 Ventura
				29726 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 15-Oct-44 NAS Lk. City, FL.  
					Crashed 5mi.from field due to unknown cause, 3 killed.
				29729 (VP-HDN-6) lost 26-Sep-43 at Clover Fld, Wa due to 
					wheels-up landing & fire.
				29733 (VP-HDN-6) lost 14-Mar-43 over Puget Sound, WA due 
					to mid-air collision with Army P-38.  6 killed.
				29735 (VB-136) lost in landing accident Apr 2, 1943 at 
					Clover Field, WA.
				29736 (VB-HDN-6) w/o 26-Dec-43 NAS Whidbey Isl,Wa.  
					Missing during cross country flight.  6 MIA
				29746 (VB-135) w/o 16-May-43 in runway collision during 
					landing at Amchitka, Alaska.
				29749 (MSN 237-4902) with VB-139 MIA Jan 5, 1944 after bombing raid on Northern Kuriles
				29760 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 8-Dec-44.  Stalled in turn during 
					landing near Lk. Butler Fld, FL.  Crashed & 
					burned, 4 killed
				29764 (VB-2,OTU#1) w/o 18-Jun-45 NAS Beaufort, SC.  
					Engine failure during gunnery, ditched in Morgan 
					River.
				29765 (VB-2,OTU#1) w/o 1-Jun-44 Hunting Isl,SC.  Crashed 
					during dummy torpedo run.  7 killed
				29780 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 9-Aug-43.  Stalled on take-off, 
					crashed & burned.  4 killed.
				29781 lost in landing accident at NAS Quonset Point, RI, during ferrying Jan 14, 
					1943.  8 killed & 1 major injury.  T
				29787 (VB-135) w/o Amchitka,Ak;23-May-43.  Crashed on 
					take-off and bombs exploded.  2 killed.
				29790 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o Marquesas Key,FL 21-Sep-43.  Low 
					alt spin during bomb run.  8 killed.
				29793 w/o 9-Feb-43 during ferry test flight.  Crashed & 
					burned.  5 killed.
				29804 (VB-137) missing 7-Sep-43 during search mission.
					6 missing.
				29820 (VMF(N)531 ) w/o 1-Jan-42 Barakoma,Sp in take-off 
					accident.  2 killed in plane & one in bldg.
				29825 (VB-137) w/o 9-Sep-43 Funa Futi Isl's,SP.  Crashed 
					on take-off for convoy coverage.  5 killed.
				29834 (VB-125) w/o 10-Mar-43 NAS Quonset Pt,RI.  Crashed 
					after take-off & burned.  1 killed,3 maj inj,1 
					minor inj.
				29847(VB-136) w/o NAS Adak,Ak 10-May-43.  Stalled during 
					low altitude turn.  5 killed.
				29870 (VMF(N)531) w/o 21-Mar-44Treasure Isl,SP in mid-
					air collision.  4 killed
				29882 (VB-2,OTU#1) w/o 18-Jul-44.  Ditched off 
					Charleston, SC
				29888 (VB-147) w/o 12-Dec-43 Barnegat Inlet,NJ.  Ditched 
					& depth charge exploded.  5 killed
				29898 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 3-Apr-45.  Spun-in during one 
					engine landing.  3 killed
				29900 (VB-128) w/o Key West,FL:17-May-43.  Transfer of 
					Sq to new base.  Ditched after take-off.  6 
					killed.
				29902 w/o during ferry 3-Apr-43.  Spun-in on take-off.
					2 killed.
				29903 (VB-125) w/o NAS San Julian,Cuba 16-Oct-43.
					Crashed after take-off.  5 killed.
				29909 (VB-128) shot down Aug 7, 1943 while attacking German submarine U566.  
					Aircraft ditched in Atlantic, pilot killed, copilot and radio operator picked up by
					seaplane.
				29911 (VP-HDN-7) NAS Argentia,Newfoundland w/o 1-May-43.
					Crashed & exploded, 6 killed.
				29917 (Anti-submarine Development Det) w/o 6-Jun-44.  
					Crashed off Jamestown,RI.  7 killed
				29920 (VB-12) w/o Natal,Brazil 1-Aug-43 on take-off & 
					crash landing.  5 killed.
				29921 (VB-127) w/o 4-Apr-44 Port Lyautey,FM.  Crashed 
					after take-off from Craw Field.  5 killed.
29923/30146		Boeing/Stearman N2S-4
				Stearman Aircraft Model A75N1
				29923/29973 MSN 75-3354/75-3404
					29930 (MSN 75-3361) on civil registry as B-75-A75-N1 as N4409N
					29948 (MSN 75-3379) registered as N59901
					29957 (MSN 75-3388) modified in the 1950s for airshow work, 450hp P&W engine, cowl, wheel pants,
						single seat with canopy.  Restored in 2012.  Airworthy as N966CD.
					29967 (MSN 75-3398) registered as N4440N
				29974 MSN 75-3445
				29975/30013 MSN 75-3406/75-3444
					29978 (MSN 75-3409) to N1142N, restored, active
					29981 (MSN 75-3412) registered as N2PP.  Not to be confused with PT-13D 42-17573 (MSN 75-5736)
						The PT-13 was retired from blying and a friend/pilot wanted to keep the N-number active
						so took N2 PP for the N2S-4.  The PT-13D is now N28PU.
					29987 (MSN 75-3418) resturoed in US Navy colors and active as N75016
					30004 (MSN 75-3435) to N62134.  Restored, active.  Flies in USAAC colors
					30010 (MSN 75-3441) became N4467N.  Registered G-BTFG Feb 20, 1991.
						Flies in USN colors with code 699
				30014/30017 MSN 75-3344/75-3347
				30018 MSN 75-3405
				30019/30054 MSN 75-3456/75-3491
					30027 (MSN 75-3464) to civil registry as N2563C 
					30030 (MSN 75-3467) to civil registry as N64W
					30038 (MSN 75-3475) became N64639, then N474, then G-BHUW May 16, 1980 (registered as an N2S-5!). 
						British registration cancelled Dec 7, 1983 on sale to owner in Germany, but not 
						registered D-EFTX until April 1992.  Noted 2005 in Deutsches
						Museum, Oberschleissheim, Germany
					30054 (MSN 75-3491) became N54922, registration cancelled Oct 5, 2015.  To G-IIIY Oct 7, 2015.
				30055/30126 MSN 75-3494/75-3565
					30083 (MSN 75-3522) became N49366, then CF-UWK. Noted recently 
						in Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
					30102 became N3721C.  Destroyed in fatal accident in Tranquility, New Jersey Sep 7, 1991.
					30106 (MSN 75-3545) became N58501, then N317SD.
						Registration 4X-AAK reserved Jan 2009.
				30127/30146 MSN 75-3581/75-3600
					30129 (MSN 75-3583) registered as N64090
					30138 (MSN 75-3592) registered as N63691.