US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (60010 to 70187)


Last revised April 27, 2017


60010/60035		Canadian Car and Foundry SBW-1B Helldiver
				License-built version of Curtiss SB2C-1C for Royal Navy as Helldiver I (JW100/JW125).  
					Order was orginally for 450 aircraft, but only 25 were delivered.  Never became operational.
				60017 (JW107) forcelanded insea after taking off from Squantum Jun 24, 1944.
					Pilot rescued.
				60023 (JW113) crashed before delivery to RN. Used for spared.
				60028 (JW118) suffered engine fire while in circuit at Columbus
					at end of ferry flight from Minneapolis Jan 25, 1944.
					Forcelanded in field and subsequently used for spares.
				60029 (JW119) RN records say sold as scrap Aug 25, 1944 but RAF
					records say transferred to them and used at Empire Central
					Flying School until SOC Nov 12, 1945.
				60030 (JW120) flew into ground, caught fire and burned out at Wellesley, MA
					Jun 6, 1944.  Both crew killed.
				60031 (JW121) misjudged dive on target and flew into sea at Inskip bombing range
					in England Oct 6, 1944.  Both crew killed.
				60032 (JW122) ditched neaqr Squantum following engine fire Jun 24, 1944.
60036/60209		Canadian Car and Foundry SBW-4E Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-4E built under license by Canadian Car and Foundry.  Originally part of SBW-1B order for Royal Navy.  
					Delivered to US Navy as SBW-4E.
60210/60459		Canadian Car and Foundry SBW-5 Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-5 built under license by Canadian Car and Foundry.  
				60210 completed but not accepted by US Navy.  60296/60459 were cancelled
60460/60507		Convair OY-1 Sentinel
				Stinson Model V-76 built by Consolidated-Vultee as the OY-1 for the US Marine Corps
				60460/60475 ex-USAAF 42-98448/98463
					60465 (MSN 76-385) to N57598.  To National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
				60476/60491 ex-USAAF 42-98528/98543
				60492/60507 ex-USAAF 42-98737/98752
				60465 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
60508/60581		Cancelled contract
60582/62314		Boeing/Stearman N2S-5 
				Stearman Aircraft Model E75 
				60591 on display at USAF Museum.  It was originally 42-17800, restored and marked as N2S-5 60591 as it appeared
					leaving the assumbly line.  So must have been transferred to USAAF.
				61024 ex USAAF 42-16983.  Now flying in Australia as VH-YST.
				61037/61097 (MSN 75-5159/75-5219) intermediate MSNs assigned to duplicate Army PT-13Ds
					61041 (MSN 75-5163) registered as N75675.
					61042 (MSN 75-5164, ex 42-17001) to civil registry as N1391V.
						The plane is stenciled on the front fuselage as a PT-18
						with a serial number of 41-61042 (incorporating the BuNo)  
						Reported sold Feb 2009 to owner in New Zealand as ZK-RDK.  ZK-RDK cancelled and to G-CIJN Sep 23, 2014.
					61046 (MSN 75-5168, ex 42-17005). Became N66035, then CF-RAF, 
						then C-FRAF. Noted recently in Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, 
						Alberta, painted as 'FJ876'.
					61051 (MSN 75-5173) registered as N6158M
					61063 (MSN 75-5185) registered as N1370V
					61064 (MSN 75-5186) ex USAAF 42-17023.  Was in storage at the Paul Garber Restoration Facility.
						Noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
					61065 (MSN 75-5187) ex USAAF 42-17024.  To Argentinian AF 0301, and now registered in Argentina as LV-GAW
					61097 (MSN 75-5219) registered as N1242V
				61105/61120 (MSN 75-5227/75-5242) intermediate MSNs assigned to duplicate Army PT-13Ds
					61105 (MSN 75-5227) ex USAAF 42-17064.  Was registered as N75661 Dec 18, 1948, is now 
						registered as C-GSDK.
					61114 (MSN 75-5236) to USAAF as 42-17073. 
					61116 (MSN 75-5238) ex-USAAF 42-17075.  Later became N5817N, then F-AZDI
				61123 (MSN 75-5245) ex-USAAF 42-17082.   W/o 21 Jul 1944 at War Eagle Field, CA 
				61132 (MSN 75-5254) ex-USAAF 42-17091.  w/o 18 Jan 1944 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
				61137 MSN 75-5259 intermediate MSN assigned to duplicate Army PT-13D
				61141 (MSN 75-5263) ex-USAAF 42-17100.  w/o 9 Jan 1945 at York, AL 
				61143/61155 MSN 75-5265/75-5277 intermediate MSNs assigned to duplicate Army PT-13Ds.
					61143 (MSN 75-5265) to Chile as CC-CFA.  Flying in 2000.
					61151 (MSN 75-5273)  wfu; to Argentine Navy as 0308 on 14 Oct 1953; wfu 26 Nov 1959; 
						preserved at Museo Aeronaval de la Armada, Com. Espora, Argentina
				61157 (MSN 75-5129) ex USAAF 42-16966.  On civil registry as N75070 Nov 1979 and later to N7684M
				61160 (MSN 75-5282) ex USAAF 42-17119.  w/o 28 Apr 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
				61162 (MSN 75-5284) ex USAAF 42-17121.  w/o 30 Jan 1945 at Tuskegee, AL
				61176/61190 MSN 75-5298/75-5312 intermediate MSNs assigned to duplicate Army PT-13Ds.
					61178 at museum in McMinnville, OR
				61210 (MSN 75-5332) also USAAF 42-17169 w/o 20 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC
				61220 (MSN 75-5342) also USAAF 42-17179.   w/o 22 Jun 1944 at King City, CA  
				61224 MSN 75-5346 intermediate MSN assigned to duplicate Army PT-13D
				61232/61240 MSN 75-5354/75-5362 intermediate MSNs assigned to duplicate Army PT-13Ds.
					61239 (MSN 75-5361) ex-USAAF 42-17198.  Became N69763.  to N5817N  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
					61240 (MSN 75-5362) ex-USAAF 42-17199.  Believed to have gone to owner in
						Nicaragua.  Registered Sep 6, 2006 to C. Ende of Gooseberry Hill as VH-YND.
					61242 (MSN 75-5364) also USAAF 42-17201.  Was also US Navy N2S-5 61242; w/o 4 Jul 1944 at King 
						irport, King City, CA 
				61256 (MSN 75-5378) was also USAAF 42-17215.  w/o 13 Mar 1945 at Glendale AAF, AZ 
				61261/61267 MSN 75-5384/75-5389 intermediate MSNs assigned to duplicate Army PT-13Ds.
					61624 flying in Germany on Austrian civil registry as OE-AWW
				61268 (MSN 75-5390) was also USAAF 42-17227.   w/o 13 Mar 1945 at Glendale AAF, AZ 
				61282 (MSN 75-5404) was also USAAF 42-27289).  w/o 4 Sep 1944 at Reedley,CA 
				61330 (MSN 75-5452) was also USASAF 42-17289.  w/o 20 Jun 1944 at Sequoia Field, CA 
				61379 (MSN 75-5501) was also USAAF 42-17338.  w/o 5 Jun 1946 at Randolph Field , TX 
				61383 (MSN 75-5505) ex-USAAF 42-17342.  
				61390 (MSN 75-5512) was also USAAF 42-17349.  w/o 17 May 1945 at Tulare, CA 
				61412 (MSN 75-5534) was also USAAF 42-17371.  w/o 17 Jul 1946 at Sayer, TX 
				61418 (MSN 75-5540) was also USAAF 42-17377.  Became N4738V, then G-BZTM
					Jan 10, 1992, then F-AZIC Oct 1997.
				61437 (MSN 75-5559) was also USAAF 42-17396.  w/o 15 Jun 1945 at War Eagle Field, CA 
				61449 (MSN 75-5571) was also USAAF 42-17408.  w/o 25 Mar 1947 at Martindale Aux Field , TX 
				61455 (MSN 75-5577) was also USAAF 42-17414.  w/o 24 Jul 1945 at Allendale, SC 
				61456 (MSN 75-5578) was also USAAF 42-17415.  w/o 12 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				61474 (MSN 75-5596) was also USAAF 42-17433.  w/o 22 Aug 1944 at War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA 
				61504 (MSN 75-5626) was also USAAF 42-17463.  w/o 11 Oct 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				61518 (MSN 75-5640) was also USAAF 42-17477.  w/o 22 Sep 1944 at Fuller AAAF, CA 
				61552 (MSN 75-5674) was also USAAF 42-17511.  w/o 2 Nov 1944 at Dos Palos AAAF, CA 
				61559 (MSN 75-5681) was also USAAF 42-17518.  wfu; to N68828; w/o 4 May 2014 at Travis AFB
				61587 (MSN 75-5709) was also USAAF 42-17546.  w/o 20 Mar 1947 at Martinez, TX 
				61599 (MSN 75-5721) was also USAAF 42-17558.  w/o 31 Dec 1945 at Crandfield, OK 
				61613 (MSN 75-5735) was also USAAF 42-17572.  w/o 20 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #6 , TX 
				61647 (MSN 75-5769) was also USAAF 42-17606.  w/o 1 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow Aux #4 , TX 
				61669 (MSN 75-5791) was also USAAF 42-17628.  w/o 5 Jun 1946 at Randolph Field , TX 
				61671 (MSN 75-5793) was also USAAF 42-17630.  Was registered N58982, cancelled Sep 13, 1989.  To VH-JQY.
				61677 (MSN 75-5799) was also USAAF 42-17636.  w/o 16 Mar 1945 at Uvalde, TX
				61694 (MSN 75-5816) was also USAAF 42-17653.  w/o 1 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #4 , TX 
				61699 (MSN 75-5821) was also USAAF 42-17658.  wfu; to N4760V; current 2012
				61700 (MSN 75-5822) was also USAAF 42-17659.  w/o 21 May 1946 at Wall, TX
				61727 (MSN 75-5849) was also USAAF 42-17686.  wfu; to N1729B; to Austria in Jun 2008
				61763 (MSN 75-5885) was also USAAF 42-17722.  w/o 30 Jan 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
				61766 (MSN 75-5888) was also USAAF 42-17725.   w/o 28 Apr 1945 at Tuskegee AAF, AL 
				61776 (MSN 75-5898) was also USAAF 42-17735.   w/o 27 May 1946 at Rawlins, WY 
				61783 (MSN 75-5905) was also USAAF 42-17742.  wfu; to N7800C; wfu 2007
				61816 (MSN 75-5938) was also USAAF 42-17775  w/o 22 May 1945 at Hawthorne School of Aernautics, SC 
				61871 (MSN 75-5993) was also USAAF 42-17830.   w/o 7 Feb 1946 at Wall, TX 
				61873 (MSN 75-5995) was also USAAF 42-17832.  w/o 12 Mar 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF, TX 
				61875 (MSN 75-5997) was also USAAF 42-17834.  w/o 9 Mar 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #5, TX 
				61878 (MSN 75-6000) was also USAAF 42-17837.   w/o 28 Jan 1946 at Wall, TX   
				61905/62314 cancelled
62315/62914		Cancelled contract
62915/62929		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				62917 (VMF-312) struck by crippled Skyraider at K-18 Nov 5, 1951.
				62920 (VF-53) MIA in bad weather Aut 23, 1951.
				62921 (VMA-312) shot down by ground fire near Changyon Jul 9, 1953.
				62923 ditched after takeoff from USS Valley Forge (CV-45) Jul 3, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				62924 (VMA-312) ditched after takeoff from USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116) Jan 29, 1953.
				62925 (VMF-323) hit by AAA and ditched in Kosong Bay Aug 11, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				62927 (VMA-312) shot down by MiG Sep 10, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				62982 (VF-111) shot down by AAA Aug 19, 1950.
62930			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
62931/62949		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				62931 shot down by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Dec 1, 1951.
				62932 (VF-53) ditched after hit by AAA Aug 7, 1950.
				62934 (VMF-323) crashed and burned Jun 9, 1952.
				62936 (VF-54) hit by AAA and ditched at sea near Wonsan Jul 19, 1950.
				62937 (VF-113) damaged due to crash landing of F9F on USS Philippine Sea Sep 29, 1950.
				62938 (VF-113) in midair collision with 63018, crashed and burned S of Kunsan Aug 5, 1950.
				62940 (VMF-214) crashlanded and destroyed when Koto-ri airstrip was abandoned Dec 9, 1950.
				62943 (VF-53) crashed while attempting to drop raft in rescue attempt Jan 22, 1952.
				62944 (VMF-312) struck by aircraft which was out of control after being hit
					by AAA near Pyongyang Jul 30, 1951.
				62947 (VMF-323) in forced landing behind enemy lines after being hit by AAA Dec 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				62949 (VMF-323) pilot bailed out due to engine failure Apr 24, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
62950			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
62951/62969		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				62953 (VMF-323) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out Dec 21, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				62954 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Apr 30, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				62955 (VF-114) ditched off USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) due to mechanical failure Aug 30, 1950.
				62956 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Feb 24, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				62957 (VMF-214) shot down over Seoul Sep 23, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				62960 (VF-53) shot down by AAA Oct 28, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				62961 (VMF-323) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out over friendly territory Dec 15, 1951.
				62962 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Mar 1, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				62963 (VMF-323) belly landed at K-50 Feb 23, 1952.  Pilot OK.  Also listed as crashing at K-18
					Feb 29, 1952.
				62965 (VMA-312) pilot forced to bail out due to fuel exhaustion Aug 4, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				62966 (VMF-323) on collision on runway at K-18 Nov 13, 1951.
				62967 (VMF-323) shot down by ground fire Apr 29, 1951. Pilot KIA.
62970			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
62971/62989		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				62972 (VF-653) crashed in water after engine failure Jan 9, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				62973 (VMF-212) collided with 36590 on runway at K-1 Aug 11, 1951.
				62974 (VF-53) hit by AAA and ditched near Wonsan Harbor Sep 8, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				62975 (VMF-323) lost Nov 5, 1951.
				62977 (VMA-323) crashed Jul 22, 1952.
				62979 (VMF-323) pilot bailed out after engine failure Nov 27, 1951.
				62983 (VF-53) shot down by AAA Jan 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				62983 (VMA-31) off USS Bataan hit by AAA May 2, 1953 and crashed near Haeju, Korea.
				62986 (VMF-323) crashed Aug 28, 1950.  Pilot killed
				62988 (VMF-323) ditched after takeoff from USS Badoeing Strait (CVE-116) Aug 20, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
62990			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
62991/63009		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				62991 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Nov 21, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				62994 (VMA-121) shot down over enemy territory Aug 5, 1952.
				62995 (VF-54) crashed near Chonui Aug 10, 1950.  Pilot KIA.
				62996 (MAG 12, HQSQ 12) shot down by AAA Apr 14, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				62999 (VMF-323) hit by AAA and forced down in enemy territory, later destroyed Jan 30, 1951.  
					Pilot rescued.
				63003 (VF-113) crashed after takeoff from USS Philippine Sea (CV-47) Mar 11, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				63006 (VMF-214) shot down by small arms fire Jun 2, 1951, pilot bailed out.
				63008 (VMF-214) shot down by AAA Oct 29, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
63010			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
63011/63029		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				63011 (MAG-33, HQSQ-33) in midair collision Apr 24, 1951 near Chunchon, Korea.  Pilot bailed out.
				63014 (VMF-212) ditched after takeoff Jul 31, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				63015 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Jan 7, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				63016 (VMA-312) crashed after engine failure Aug 8, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				63018 (VF-113) in midair collision with 63938.  Ditched at sea Aug 5, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				63020 (VMF-323) crashed into ridge Apr 3, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				63021 (MAG-12) engine failed during recon mission near Mun'gyong Jun 14, 1951.  Pilot OK.
				63022 (VMF-312) hit by AAA and crashlanded near Cho-do Oct 16, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				63025 (VMF-212) collided with 62937 on runway at K-1 Aug 11, 1951.  Pilot OK.
				63026 (VMF-212) crashed in shallow water Jun 21, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				63027 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action May 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
63030			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
63031/63049		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				63033 (VF-53) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out S of Hungnam Jan 22, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				63036 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA Jan 1, 1952.  Pilot POW.
				63038 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA Sep 14, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				63041 (VF-114) hit by AAA and crashlanded Dec 3, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				63042 (VMF-311) ran out of fuel, pilot bailed out Dec 7, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				63043 (VMF-323) crashed near K-6 due to fuel exhaustion Jun 12, 1952.
				63044 (VMF-323) shot down by ground fire May 2, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63045 (VMF-323) hit by AAA and crashlanded in Wonsan Bay Apr 9, 1951.  Pilot OK.
				63046 (VMF-323) hit by small arms fire Dec 7, 1950.  Pilot KIA.
63050			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
				(VMP-254) crash landed USS Bairoko February 1949
63051/63069		Vought F4U-4B Corsair
				63052 (VMF-323) shot down by ground fire Apr 3, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63056 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA Jul 3, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				63057 (VMA-312) crashed after eingine failure Nov 27, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				63059 (VMF-312) hit by small arms fire, forced landing Nov 14, 1951.  Pilot OK.
				63064 (VMF-312) shot down by AAA Jul 30, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				63068 (VMF-214) shot down by AAA Apr 5, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
63070			Vought F4U-4P Corsair
63071/63914		Vought F4U-4/F4U-4P Corsair
				63071 (VMF-323) stalled on catapult launch from USS Badoeng Strait (CVE-116) Aug 15, 1950.
					Pilot rescued.
				63508 (VMF-214) shot down over Seoul Sep 25, 1950.  Pilot KIA
63915/63991		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				USAAF B-24Ds delivered to Navy.  Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 32
				Serials were 42-40483,40762,40809,40843,??,63794*,40867,40901,40824,40789,40907,40761,40792,
				40897,40816,40628,40861,40810,40553,40816,63795*,40811,40757,40876,40825,63796*,63799*,
				72905,72909,72915,72897,72903,72906,72895,72913,72910,72919,72918,72928,72924,72921,
				72920,72914,72917,72916.  The * means that the BuNos may not be in the correct order.
				63960/63991 cancelled.
				63927 ex 42-40792.  SOC Jul 31, 1945, NAS Quonset Point, RI.
				63950 (VB-112) Port Lyautey, FM landing field socked in due 
					to fog and diverted to Marrakech.  Fuel exhaustion
					Dec 30, 1943.  4 bailed out OK, 6 crew MIA.
				63813 (VPB-104) in full stall landing and ditched
					Philippines 1/2/1945.  SOC.  This number isn't right.
				63915 (ex 42-40483) crashed after takeoff from Dunkeswell, UK
					due to engine fire.  10 killed. 
				63917 (VB-105) missing Oct 23, 1944 on mission over Bay of Biscay.
					10 MIA.  Shot down by BV 222
				63919 (V-110) failed to return from Bay of Biscay patrol Nov 8, 1944.
					A plane of VB-105 intercepted a distress call saying that the
					PB4Y-1 was under attack by enemy fighters.  10 MIA.
				63925 (VB-105) loss of control over Trevose Head, Cornwall, UK, 
					during simulated fighter attack exercise and crashed and 
					burned Sept 10, 1943.  8 killed.
				63926 (VB-110) hit top of hill near Black Tor, Oakhampton, Dartmoor
					UK 12/28/1943 while returning from combat mission over Bay of
					Biscay to base at Dunkeswell, Dfevon.  10 killed.
				63927 (ex USAAF 42-40792) SOC Jul 31, 1945.
				63929 (VB-105) crashed into Irish Sea Feb 25, 1944 after combatewith Ju 88.
				63931 (VB-112) force landed off Portugal south coast due to fuel 
					exhaustion 11/30/1943.  5 killed, 5 injured.
				63934 (VB-110) crew bailed out due to bad weather 12/18/1943.  Plane
					crashed on peat moorland named Broken Bround 10 mi E of
					Manchester, UK.
				63939 (VB-110) crashed after hitting Great Skellig Rock off 
					southern coast of Ireland 2/27/1944.  11 killed.  No trace of
					wreckage or crew was ever found.
				63940 (VB-110) shot down by enemy fighters over Bay of Biscay 3/31/1944.
					10 KIA
				63944 (VPB-105) crashed N of Tarmint, French Morocco due to engine
					fire and explosion 1/14/1945.  11 killed.
				63946 (VB-110) missing on antisub patrol near Cherbourg Peninsula 
					3/12/1944.  10 MIA
				63948 (VB-110) shot down by enemy fighters over Bay of Biscay
					Mar 31, 1944.  12 KIA.
				63950 crasned in French Morocco Dec 30, 1943 due to fuel exhaustion as a result of 
					diversion due to fog.  6 out of 10 onboard killed.
				63954 converted into SAU-1 drone and expended over Heligoland Sept 3, 1944.
63960/63961		Bell YP-59A from US Army
				serials reallocated from cancelled PB4Y-1 batch
63992			Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
63993/64441		Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina
				63993/64099 MSN 2064/2170
				64101/64107 MSN 2171/2177
				64100, 64108/64441 cancelled
				75 delivered to USAAF as OA-10B
				48 delivered to USSR.
				63993 (MSN 2063) 28 Apr 45 first flight
					04 May 45 Ferried from New Orleans to NAS Terminal Island, California by Ferry Unit VRF-4.
					01 Jul 45 On US Navy Charge - FAW 14, Pool (Transient Aircraft Unit, Fleet Air Wing 14, San Diego, California).
					18 Jul 45 VPB (Fleet Patrol Bomber Unit) 100, Fleet Air Wing 8, NAS Alameda, California.
					27 Jul 45 To FAW-2, NAS Pearl Harbour, Hawaii.
					25 Apr 47 To NAS Mustin, Philadelphia.
					13 May 47 To Naval Air Station Willow Grove, Pa.
					Jan 50 To NAS Seattle
					12 Feb 53 To NAS Norfolk, Virginia,
					13 Oct 53 Stored at NAS Litchfield Park
					21 Nov 56 Purchased by Royal Danish Air Force. as 82-866, later L-866
					18 Mar 57 63993 was ferried to the Pan American workshops in New Orleans for overhaul for service with the
						 Royal Danish Air Force
					18 Dec 57 Delivered to RDAF as 82-866 at Vaerlose by an American crew and modified by the Danish Air Force Air
						 Material Command.
					03 Jun 58 Released for service with Esk.721 at Vaerloese, where for some of its service at least it 
						carried the radio call sign OVJBF.
					22 Dec 58 Damaged when nose wheel collapsed at Vaerloese.
					01 May 61 To Esk.722 as L-866, following re-numbering the previous year.
					01 Sep 68 Struck small iceberg during taxiing on sortie near Daneborg (HQ of the Sirius sledge patrol) on 
						east coast of Greenland, receiving major damage to the nose section, and was beached near the 
						isolated outpost of Danesborg, where a temporary repair was made four days later and the aircraft 
						flown to Mestersuig for further attention, where a full repair was made the following month. 
					25 Jul 70 Final operational flight, from Lista to Vaerlose
					Jul 70 Grounded due to impending major overhaul being due and impending withdrawal of Catalinas from 
						Danish service - stored in open at Vaerloese, having flown 3694 hours 55 minutes in RDAF service.
					c.Jun 1972 866 sold to RAF Museum for a nominal sum.
					07 Nov 73 Initial test flight after overhaul for delivery by air to UK.
					30 May 74 Final flight - 8.2-hour delivery from Vaerloese to station museum at RAF Colerne, Wilts, lasting 
						seven hours, including one hour circling Salisbury Plain awaiting the scheduled arrival time.
					30 Oct 75 Fuselage moved by road to Aerospace Museum Cosford by No.71 MU following dispersal of Colerne 
						Museum collection 
					13 Feb 76 Allocated instructional serial 8466M.
					The aircraft has remained on display at Cosford ever since
				63994 to N9574C
				63995 to N7882B
				63996 to N7456C as Hemet Valley Flying Service Tanker 84, later with the Flying Firemen as Tanker 9.
					Crashed in Ontario in 1981.
				63997 (MSN 2067) to Royal Danish AF as 82-867.  Code changed in 1960 to L-867.  W/o May 3, 1964 at Upernavik
					enroute from Thule to Sonderstrom 
				63998 (MSN 2068) to Royal Danish AF  Aug 21, 1957 as 82-863.  Code change in 19670 as L-863.  WFU Nov 13, 1970.
					Registered as N16KL Jul 13, 1972.  To American Air Museum Society, San Francisco, CA 1972.
					Regiwtered to Confederate Air Force, Harlingen Tx, 1982.  W/o Oct 13, 1984 at Port
					Isabel, TX during an aerial photo shoot.  Mission called for a simulated water landing, by flying as close
					as possible to the water, but the plane went too low and hit the water and broke up.
				63999 (VP-53) hit tall trees near Granite Falls, WA and flew into mountain 9.16/1946.  7 killed.
				64000 (MSN 2070) to Royal Danish AF Feb 8, 1958 as 82-868.  Code changed in 1960 to L-868.  Registered as N15KL
					Jun 9, 1972.  Registered to Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, Tx Mar 5, 1973..  W/o Aug 18, 1975
					at Harlingen, TX
				64001 to N7023C, N7784B
				64002 (MSN 2072) to N9548C, then N331RS, now at USAF Museum, OH used for
					parts for 46595.  N331RS suffered an accident that sunk it in
					Lake Michigan Aug 27, 1966.
				64003 participated in search for USS Indianapolis.
				64004 to N68624
				64005 on civil registry as N5970C, N7883B
				64007 to N7861B
				64008 on civil registry as N9563C
				64009 (VU-4) in accident during non-combat mission 11/2/1944 Espiritu, South Pacific.
				64010 to N7782B
				64011 water-looped on landing, hit reef and sank  8/16/1946, Kwajalein, South Pacific
				64012 (VPB-53) force landed at sea during anti-
					sub patrol 8/10/1945, sunk by gunfire.
				64013 to N9575C, N6468C, N7783B
				64015 lost at sea May 9, 1948 on flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico.  11 missing.
				64016 to N7781B
				64017 (MSN 2087) to civil registry as N2846D, N5555H, F-ZBAV of French Protection Civile (1964
					used as water bomber), CF-HNH, C-FHNH (Avalon Aviation, water bomber), then to storage
					in England, G-BPFY (of Aces High, North Weald), N212DM (still owned by Aces High), G-BPFY
					again (Oct 25, 1988), then N285RA (Sep 1998).  To Israel May 2008 in now in
					Israeli AF Museum, Hatzerim in Israeli marks with false serial 3401
				64018/64027 (MSN 2088/2097) Lend Lease to USSR.  Some aircraft not delivered after Lend-Lease was terminated on VJ-day.
				64028 (VR-25) forced landing 3/27/1949 during flight from
					Kwajalein to Johnston Island.  Crew rescued
					by ship which sank plane by gunfire
				64029 (VPB-71) force landed near Wake Island
					1/18/1946.  Crew rescued, sank by gunfire.
				64031 to N74T
				64032 to Royal Danish AF Nov 24, 1957 as 82-865, code changed in 1960 to L-865.  Crashed into Cape 
					Desolation, Greenland Aug 10, 1963.  6 crew and 7 passengers killed.
				64033 on civil registry as N9969C, N7884B
				64034 on civil registry as N2886D, Tanker 49.  Lost in accident at
					Northport, WA Jul 29, 1985 due to improper locking of dump doors.
					2 killed.
				64035 (MSN 2105) to Royal Danish AF Apr 8, 1957 as 82-861, code changed in 1960 to L-861.  Stored dismantled
					at Vaerloese AB 1970-1985.  To RDAF Museum Collection, Engagregard AB 1979-1988.  To
					Flyvevabnets Historik Museum, Vaerlose AB, 1991.  Displayed at Danmarks Flymuseum, Stauning,
					Skjern, Denmark.
				64041 (MSN 0169) to civil registry as N6458C, C-GFFI, now N85U.  Registered to Flying Fireman Inc of Spanaway, WA.
					Flew as air tanker 85.  Retired and then restored.  Used in filming of movie about the sinking of the
					USS Indianapolis, developed leaks and took on water, beached on gulf shure near Florida-Alabama state line.
					Nose wheel became stuck in the sand, fuselage broke into two while being recovered with a crane Jul 3, 2015.
				64042 on civil registry as N9533C
				64044 on civil registry as N9554C
				64045 to XB-PIB, N6986C.  W/o Jun 25, 1961 at Winslow, AZ
				64046 to Royal Danish AF Oct 7, 1957 as 82-864, code changed in 1960 to L-864.  W/o Oct 24, 1963 at 
					Narssaruaq, Greenland in hangar fire.
				64047 (MSN 0175) to N9557C, now N7885B
				64048/64052 (MSN 2118/2122). Some aircraft not delivered after Lend-Lease was terminated on VJ-day
				64053 on civil registry as N9520C
				64063 to N7860B, then PT-BBP and w/o Aug 9, 1963
				64064 (MSN 0192 or 2134) converted to PBY-5A for Canadian certification at some point and was registeed to
					Trade Ayer, Inc May 28, 1956 as N10011 before export to Canada Jul 20, 1957.
					Civil identities (oldest first) were CF-IZZ, F-ZBAZ, CF-IZZ again, then
					F-ZBAZ again, then CF-IZZ for a third time, then C-FIZZ,
					then EC-940, EC-FMC.  Consensus seems to be that this aircraft was built as a PBY-6A without an
					allocated MSN 
				64065 (VRU-30) nosewheel collapsed 6/30/1947, Guam,
					South Pacific.  Now on civil registry as N9559C
				64066 to N7020C, then PI-C747
				64068 to N7480C, to HK-661X.  WFU 1972
				64069 (MSN 0197) to N6455C.  Crashed near Klamath Falls, OR
					Oct 4, 1965.  2 crew killed.
				64070 to Japanese Navy as 5881.  WFU Nov 16, 1960
				64071 (MSN 2141) to civil registry as NC48129 apparently in 1945 sold to unknown parties
					then to Sonora Flying Service of Columbia, CA as N6457C and flew as tanker E 49.  Next
					with Calypso Air Charters of Miami, FL (1963-1969).  During this period it next
					was registered to Carl Jurgens of Dominica as N48129.  Delivered from Arizona to Dominica
 					Feb 1968.  It has been reported that N48129 was operated by Air America at some period
					during this interval, but this is unlikely.  In open storage at Ft Lauderdale, FL 1971-1974.  Then it went to
					American Equipment funding, Wilmington, DE in 1975.  Then N101CS with Cousteau Society.
					Crashed in River Tagus, Portugal Jun 28, 1979, killing Philippe Cousteau, son of
					Jean Cousteau.  The aircraft nosed over during a high speed taxi run after a water landing, to 
					check the hull for leakage.  The Catalina turned upside down, causing the 
					fuselage to break behind the cockpit. The wing separated from the fuselage and 
					the left engine broke off, penetrating the captain's side of the cockpit.
					Wreckage reported Museo do Air, Alverca AB, 1992.  
				64072 (MSN 0200) now N7057C at National Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY.
				64073/64086 (MSN 2143/2156) Lend-Lease to USSR.  Some aircraft not delivered after Lend-Lease was terminated on VJ-day
					64083 to N7585C ?
				64087 on civil registry as N9584C, to N7703C?
				64089 force landed due to fuel exhaustion 100 mi from Midway Island 1953.  Crew rescued by ship.
				64092 (MSN 0220) to N6681C, to CF-PIU, now N324FA with American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum
				64095 to Japanese MSDF as 5882 and w/o Jun 6, 1960
				64096 converted to PBY-6AG.  To N9558C.  I have a photo of this plane in Coast Guard livery.
				64097 (MSN 0225) to civil registry Mar 1957 as N7082C and converted for water
					bombing.  To French 'Protection Civile' Apr 1964 as F-ZBAW; became
					C-FHNF in 1976 and N7179Y in 1987.  To Southern Minnesota Wing of Confederate Air Force
					Feb 1994.
				64098 to N2887D
				64099 to N7858B
64100			Bell P-59B Airacomet
				USAAF 44-22651 transferred to Navy.  Serial reallocated from cancelled PBY-6A batch.  To NATC Patuxent River, MD
64101/64107		Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina
				64102 (MSN 2172) to Royal Danish AF Jul 24, 1957 as 82-862, code changed in 1960 to L-862.  W/o Oct 24, 1963 
					at Narssaruaq, Greenland in hangar fire.
				64104 to civil registry as N9571C, N6465C
				64105 to N9614C, then N9586C
				64106 to N9579C, N97039, N77812B, N6454C
				64107 (MSN 2177) to NASM, Washington DC.  Reported stored 1965.  now N9825Z. In 2012 was under restoration to flight at Grant County Airport, Moses Lake,
					Washington.
64108/64109		Bell P-59B Airacomet
				Transferred from USAAF.  Serials reallocated from cancelled PBY-6A batch
				64108 was ex-USAAF 44-22658.  To NATC Patuxent River, Maryland.  Crashed Dec 8, 1947
				64109 was ex-USAAF 44-22657.  To NATC Patuxent River, Maryland.  Scrapped at Norfolk, Virginia Dec 1947.
64442/64496		Cessna JRC-1 
				Cessna T-50 acquired by Navy
64497/65396		Interstate TDR-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory TDN development built in modified configuraton by Interstate as TDR-1.
					Was unmanned remotely-controlled aircraft for use in combat as assault drone. 
				64569-65396 cancelled
64569/64576		Edo XOSE-1 
				Edo Aircraft Corporation
				Serials reallocated from cancelled TDR-1 batch.
				Contract also cancelled
64577/64896		Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver
				Serials reallocated from cancelled TDR-1 batch.
				Contract also cancelled
64943/64992		North American PBJ-1J Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25J.  Were USAAF
					44-20618/29623, 44-29788/29794, 
					44-29801/29807, 44-29814/29819,
					44-29510/29513, 44-29870/29884,
					44-29897/29901.  
				BuNos had been reassigned from cancelled TDR-1 contract.
				64963 (VMB-413) force landed after takeoff Malabang,
					Philippines 10/14/1945.
				64983 (VMB-612) landing accident in South Pacific
					8/1/1945.
64993/65286		Curtiss SB2C-4 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84F		
				Serials had been reassigned from cancelled TDR-1 contract.
				64997 VB-6 08.06.45 Enterprise West Central Pacific; non-combat-
					mission; mech failure
				64998 VB-87 01.06.45 Ticonderoga Hi,Oahu; non-combat-mission;
					mech failure
				65006 VB-87   09.08.45 South Pacific, Empire; combat mission; pilot failure
				65011 VB-87   25.09.45 Ticonderoga   unk cause
				65016 VB-17   28.10.45 Nv,Fallon NAF   overshot landing
				65017 VB-87   29.05.45 Ticonderoga   barrier
				65018 VSB,OTU#1  Ens.Joseph K.Bing 18.05.46 Fl, Pensacola
					Bronson NAAS; spun-in landing;1/killed
				65037 VT-97  Ens.C.M.Ford 19.06.45 Mi,Lake Erie
					flathatting-plane hit water0bounced & crashed into water;1/killed
				65042 VB-75   03.03.46 Cuba,Gtmo Bay   FCLp;Leeward Fld;stalled
					landing
				65047 VB-87   24.07.45 Sp,CV   HIt by AAA,ditched nr cv
				65050 VB-152   09.05.45 Ct,Groton NAAF   NFCLP;Stalled on
					wave-off
				65070 Ferry 30.01.46 Tx,Texas City Bay   Mid-air in fog; 1/bailed
				65088 Ferry  Lt.Ralph G.Bromwell 30.01.46 Tx, Texas City Bay
					Mid-air;1/killed
				65111 VB-94 13.08.45 Lexington Empire; combat
					mission; collision with an obstacle
				65141 lost 09.08.45 South Pacific on combat mission; unk cause
				65145 VB-85 04.09.45 Thetis Bay CVE-90   Transfer from
					Shangri_la to Thetis bay; Overside landing
				65147 VB-87 24.07.45 Sp, CV barrier
				65157 VB-6 18.07.45 Hancock Empire; Combat mission; spun-in on
					take-off
				65158 VMSB-331 4tg.MAW  14.05.45 Sp,Majuro nr NAB
					#3234; Search-fuel-ditched
				65160 VB-88 lost  05.09.45 Yorktown due to pilot error
				65162 VB-87   28.07.45 Sp,CV   ditched
				65185 CASU-5   03.01.46 Shangri-La CV-38   landing acc, hit
					catwalk
				65188 VB-80   30.11.45 Wake Isl CVE-65   CQL; Ditched landing
				65194 VB-94  Ens.Francis M.Taylor 15.06.45 Sp,
					non-combat-mission;pilot failure;1/killed
				65202 VB-6   15.08.45 Hancock   Empire;combat mission;spun-in
					landing
				65212 VB-1   10.07.45    Attack on Tokyo;hard landing
				65218 VB-11   22.10.45 Ca,Petaluma
					Fuel,force-landed;11mi.W,Petaluma
				65222 VB-1 13.08.45 Sp,   Attack on Kawasaki, Japan; take-off,ditched
				65234 VMSB-331,4th.MAW MAG-44 1st.Lt.Donald W.Modesi II 04.08.45
					Sp,Maloelap Atoll   Taroa Isl,Maloelap Atoll, Marshalls; Bomb 
					mission;tail failed on pull-out,sank;2/killed
				65264 VB-20  Ens.Lowell M.Watkins 29.07.45 Nc,Cherry Pt.MCAS
					Took off from MCAS,went 6mi.& flew into the water at nite; 
					Albemarle Sound;2/killed
				65274 VMSB-932,9th.MAW MAG-34 1st.Lt.James A.Kerr 02.08.45
					Nc,Cherry Pt   Flew into water straffing;3mi.Sw,Cape 
					Lookout;2/killed
				65286 converted to XSB2C-5 prototype (Curtiss Model 84G).
				65286 VB-81  Ens.Nelson E.Carter 26.11.45 Ri,Wakefield   Dove-in
					during dive bomb run;3mi.W,Wakefield,Wordens Pond;1/killed
65287/65396		Curtiss SB2C-4 Helldiver
				Serials had been reassigned from cancelled
				TDR-1 contract.  Contract also cancelled.
65287/65396		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				USAAF B-24L and M to USN.  Serials were B-24L 44-41702/41806 as 65287/65391.
				and B-24M 44-41857/41861 as 65392/65396.	
				BuNos had been reassigned from cancelled SB2C-4 contract.
				65290 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65296 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65297 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65300 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65301 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65302 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65303 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65305 (VPB-143) retracted gear on takeoff roll NAAS Boca
					Chica, FL 2/4/1945.  SOC, no fatalities.
				65306 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65307 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65309 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65311 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65314 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65325 to the Caribbean Legion on Cayo Confites base of MRD (Movimiento
					Revolucionaria Dominicano), 08/47 taken over by Cuba as CAEC 400 later FAEC
					214. Damaged 10/48 in hurricane at Campo Columbia, Cuba
				65339 (VP-5) hit mountain in fog Kisarazu, Japan
					3/11/1946.  8 killed.
				65380 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65383 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65384 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65392 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65393 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				65394 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
65397/65732		Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver
				cancelled contract 
65733/65889		Cancelled contract
65890/66243		Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
				Model G-50
				65950 modifed to F6F-3N night fighter.  Experimentally fitted with a searchlight.
				65962/65971 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN420/FN429
					65962 (FN420) noted on dump at RNAS Gosport, EnglandMar 12946
					65965 (FN423) made emergency landing on HMS Indomitable Nov 26, 1944 following
						engine fire and DBR.
					65966 (FN424) burst tire and overturned while landing at Puttalam Nov 24, 1944
						and DBR.
					65969 (FN427) slid over side into sea while landing on HMS Indomitable, date unknown.
				66033 (VF OTU) disappeared along with 41704 while on training flight  Sep 27, 1944.  Believed
					to have been mid-air collision.
				66082/66091 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN430/FN439
					66084 (FN432) while attempting to land on HMS Ruler May 14, 1945, missed wires
						and barrier, struck Avenger parked forward, fell into sea and sank.  Pilot killed.
					66091 (FN439) struck by flak while strafing barracs at Hirai Town near Ishigaki
						Apr 16, 1945.  Broke up in air, crashed and burned out.  Pilot killed.
				66101 (VF-25) caught fire after landing on USS Cowpens Nov 24, 1943.  Pilot OK
				66130 (VF-15) crashed Jan 23, 1944 when engine failed after takeoff from USS Hornet and ditched off Bermuda
				66161 (VF-21) in midair collision with F6F-3 BuNo 66214 during defensive tactics training near Barrett Dam,
					San Diego County, CA Nov 30, 1943.  Pilot of 66161 killed, other
					pilot parachuted to safety.
				66214 (VF-21) in midair collision with F6F-3 BuNo 66161 during defensive tactics training near Barrett Dam,
					San Diego County, CA Nov 30, 1943.  Pilot of 66214 parachuted to
					safety, pilot of 66161 was killed.
				66222/66231 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I FN440/FN449
					66224 (FN442) SOC at trincomalee during 1945.
					66225 (FN443) struck island of HMS Emperor and went over side into sea Jun 8, 1944.
						Pilot rescued by HMCS Port Colborne
					66226 (FN444) ditched 10 mi W of Colombo Jul 7, 1944 without dropping long-range
						tank.  Floated for about two minutes but pilot not sighted--presumed killed.
					66231 (FN449) made power-off landing on HMS Indomitable Aug 15, 1944 following
						engine fire.  DBRF
				66237 (MSN A-1257) ditched in Pacific Ocean near San diego Jan 12, 1944.  
					Recovered by USN Oct 9, 1970.  Reported in 1974 at Pima County Air
					Air Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Later on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
66244			Grumman XF6F-2 Hellcat
				Model G-50.  MSN A-4403.  First flight Jan 1944.  Re-engined after trials and delivered as a F6F-3.  
66245/66324		Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer
				Redesignated P4Y-2 in 1951 and P-4 in 1962.
				66247 to N7622C
				66252 to N9654C
				66260 flying with Hawkins and Powers as N7620C number 123.  Crashed near the Lyons 
					Park Gulch trailhead, about 200 yards north of Highway 36, and 1 
					mile north of the fire at Pinewood Springs, CO July 17, 2002.  Both of the wings 
					on the plane folded up and broke off and then the fuselage broke in half and crashed 
					into the ground.  2 on board killed.	
				66261 Delivered to U.S. Navy as Bu. 66261.  To Avery Aviation, Greybull, WY, 1959.
					Registered N7682C, cancelled.  Unconverted, stripped for spares.
					Rebuilt at Greybull to USN scheme with parts of N2870G/66304, adopting id of 66304.
					Delivered from Greybull to Pensacola, FL, January 16/17, 1983.
					To National Museum Of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL, January 1983-2013. Delivered by 
					air, Jan. 1983.  Formerly displayed as USN/66304/F202/Oakland.
					Currently displayed as USN/66304/V-514.
				66263 delivered Oct 16, 1945 and immediately flown to storage at Litchfield Park, AZ.  Pulled out
					of storage Jul 1947 and used by VP-HL-11, passed to VP-9 at Whidbey Island, WA.  Flew into
					water 6 mi ESE of Whidbey Island into Skagit Bay Jun 21, 1951.  5 killed, 5 survived.
				66267 (PB4Y-2S) swerved off runway on landing at NAS Atsugi, Japan Feb 14, 1951.  
					SOC, no fatalities.
				66277 stored at NAF Lichfield Park, AZ.  Withdrawn from Navy inventory Sep 1955
					and sold on commercial market.  Paraguayan company Alas Guaranies S. A. bought
					it in 1959.  Registered as ZP-CAD it began flying cargo to Argentina,
					Uruguay, and Brazil from Asuncion.  Damaged in ground collision Jan 26, 1960 with C-82
					PP-CEM.  Aircraft was not repaired, and aircraft was slowly cannibalized
					and finally broken up.
				66280 w/o Aug 3, 1951 in crash 16 mi ESE of NAS Adak, Alaska
				66282 (VP-881) crashed Chincoteague, VA Aug 19, 1954.
				66293 to Mark Aero Supply, INc as N3324G.  Sold to Svacina Comercio Industria
					e Representacoes Ltda.  Registration PT-BEO reserved.  Arrived at Rio
					de Janeiro Jul 6, 1959.  Sold to ASAS (Importadora e Exportadora Ltd) Mar
					29, 1960.  Converted to cargo configuration and transferred to Sao Jose
					Dos Campos Dec 2, 1960.
				66300 was with Hawkins and Powers as N2872G water bomber no. 124.  Grounded
					at Greybull, WY since 2002.  Sold to Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA, has been
					made airworthy and flew to Chino Nov 23, 2008.
				66302 now with Hawkins and Powers as N2871G water bomber no. 121
				66304 delivered to US Coast Guard
				66306 delivered to US Coast Guard
				66313 to N3431G.  Parts used in rebuilding of 66304
				66320 (VP-210 crashed near NAS Patuxent River, MD on GCA approach Feb 10, 1949.
66325/66394		Cancelled contract for Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer
66325/66361		Grumman JRF-6B
				Model G-38 Goose Mk.1A.  Serials reallocated from cancelled PB4Y-2 batch.  Royal Navy records show a direct purchase of 50 Goose IA aircraft
				with MSNs 0181B/0230B and serials FP475/524 (BW778/827 originally allocated but NTU) and no previous US Navy identities
				listed.  The book "Fleet Air Arm Aircraft 1939 to 1945" states that bureau numbers 66325/61 were alloted when the aircraft were returned 
				to the US Navy after the war.  It may well be that the serial block 66325/66374 was allocated
				in the optimistic hope that all the planes would be returned the US Navy.
				"Fleet Air Arm Aircraft 1939 to 1945" gives the following serial tieups for some of the returned aircraft:
  					66325 (MSN 1138) Previously BW791 (ntu), and FP488.  To US Navy Nov 26, 1943, but not taken on
						charge until 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.   To civil registry as N68157, current 2014.
					66326 (MSN 1146) Previously BW799 (ntu), and FP496.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jun 30, 1946.
						To NC74585 Nov 7, 1946.   To Argentine Navy as 0186 Jun 12, 1947, later PM-7 and 128.  To 
						Paraguayan Navy as 0128.   Unusually, 
						this aircraft is recorded as being fitted with radar.  To civil registry as N74585
					66327 (MSN 1153) previously BW806 (ntu) and FP503. To US Navy in 1945.  To Western Enterprises Inc., 
						as ‘OA9-0002’ for use by the CIA in the Republic of China [Taiwan]. Planned for use by the VIP 
						squadron of the RoCAF as the personal aircraft of the President of ROC [Chiang Kai-shek] but 
						damaged in a crew-training flight by the RoCAF at Tongkang, Pingtung. Transferred to CAT, Inc., and used by Air Asia 
						to train mechanics. Sold as a wreck May 1957, rebuilt and registered N1376V. Sold in Japan 
						1960 as JA5063, cancelled Mar 24, 1965 on export to USA.  Registered N93010, later to CF-SBS 
						[C-FSBS] between 1966 & 1977. Sold as N143DF, later registered Jan 18, 1994 as N848HP, 
						cancelled May 22, 1998 on export to Canada. Registered Jun 8, 1998 as C-GDAO, destroyed 
						Jan 18, 1999 in hangar fire at Whitehorse, Canada
					66328 (MSN 1167) previously BW820 (ntu) and FP517.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jun 3, 1946.  To NC74107 Dec 3, 1946.
						To CF-GSU May 17, 1950.  To N2038A Jul 3, 1956.  WFU Aug 7, 2013.
					66329 (MSN 1171) previously BW806 (ntu) and FP521. To US Navy in 1945.  Another radar-equipped aircraft. 
						To civil registry as N79565
					66330 (MSN 1133) previously BW786 (ntu) and FP483.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  To NC68376
						Jun 6, 1947.  To civil registry as N23DF Nov 8, 1977.  Crashed Dec 13, 1977 at Miami Lakes, Florida.
					66331 (MSN 1161) previously BW814 (ntu) and FP511. To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  To civil registry as N95467 in 1947.
						Current 2014.
					66332 (MSN 1165) previously BW818 (ntu) and FP515.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jun 30, 1946.  To NC74588 Jul 5, 1947, later
						N74588.  Current 2014.
					66333 (MSN 1172) previously BW825 (ntu) and FP522. Another radar-equipped aircraft;  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  To 
						NC746776 Jun 1947, later became N74676.  Ditched Nov 5, 1978 after both engines failed near St Croix, Virgin Islands
					66334 (MSN 1126) previously W779 (ntu) and FP476.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  To NC68377, to VQ-FAH
						Jan 29, 1949.  To N68377 again Jan 24, 1951.  To VP-BAR Oct 1953.  To N68377 again.  WFU
					66335 (MSN 1173) previously BW826 (ntu) and FP523. Another radar-equipped aircraft. To US Navy in 1945.  
						WFU Sep 30, 1946.   To civil registry as N68174.  Destroyed in Mar 28, 1964 by earthquake at Anchorage, Alaska.
					66336 (MSN 1164) previously BW807 (ntu) and FP514.  To US Navy in 1945, WFU Sep 30, 1946.  The book states that FP514 
						is noted in RN records as having become 66366, but they believe it to be correctly 66336, which
						apparently later became N95431 Jun 10, 1947.  Crashed Aug 12, 1968 in wheels-down landing in water at
						Juneau, Alaska. Rebuilt as N72PR Dec 3, 1973.  To Papua New Guinea civil registry as P2-JEB May 20, 1987, To Philippine 
						civil registry as RP-C864 Aug 1989, to Australian civil registry as VH-MBA Apr 17, 2000.  To DQ-AYL (ntu)
					66337 (MSN 1162) previously BW815 (ntu) and FP512.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Dec 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC1057M
						Mar 6, 1947.  TO VP-BAH Mar 10, 1947.  To VP-BAC May 22, 1958.  TO VP-BBJ Mar 26, 1960.  To  N5521A in 1960.
						WFU Aug 1988
					66338 (MSN 1170) served as a JRF-6B/Goose 1A FP520 (BW823 ntu) with 749 Sqn, Piarco, Trinidad from 
						February 1943 until returned to the US Navy in 1945. WFU Aug 31, 1946.  It was purchased (surplus)by the Anaconda 
						Copper Mining Co in March 1947, registered as NC95465 Apr 29, 1948.  . and then transferred to the company base 
						in Belem, Brazil as PP-DGI in July 1947. To N10M Apr 25, 1951 It was later owned by the McLouth Steel Corp in Detroit 
						as N1007 Apr 25, 1956, cancelled Mar 12, 1957.  Ended its days in British Guiana/Guyana, where 
						it was written-off Dec 4, 1966.
					66339 (MSN 1130) previously BW783 (ntu) and FP516. To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  To NC95479 Mar 22, 1947.  To N333F 
						Nov 1, 1954.  To N11CS Jun 14, 1969.  W/o Apr 14, 1979 at Avalon, CA
					66340 (MSN 1134) previously BW787 (ntu) and FP484.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  To  NC9295H Jun 29, 1947.
						To LN-SAB Nov 15, 1947.  To Swedish AF as 81001 in 1951.  W/o Apr 5, 1962 at Hemavan, Sweden.
					66341 (MSN 1168) previously BW821 (ntu) and FP518.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFG U Jun 30, 1946.  To TF-RVG Mar 31, 1947.
						To N4110 Jan 22, 1956.  To PT-ATO Jan 29, 1951.  To N79C Jal 28, 1953.  To N79U Nov 28, 1955.  To N401SJ
						Aug 31, 1977.  Current 2014.
					66342 (MSN 1139) previously BW792 (ntu) and FP489.  To Fleet Air Arm at Piarco, Trinidad May 16, 1942.  Returned
						to US Navy as 66342 in 1945. SOC Jun 30, 1946.  To TF-RVI Dec 7, 1949.  W/o at Budardalur, Iceland
					66343 (MSN 1160) previously BW813 (ntu) and FP510.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jun 30, 1946.  To civil registry as N86640
						Apr 9, 1946.  W/o Jun 16, 1990 at Long Beach, CA
					66344 (MSN 1162) previously BW815 (ntu) and FP513.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  To Argentine Navy as 0184.  WFU 1956
					66345 (MSN 1144) previously BW797 (ntu) and FP494.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  To NC95429.  To Argentine Navy
						as 0294 Jun 10, 1948, later PM-8 and 129. WFU 1968.  To Paraguayan Navy Mar 1966.  WFU.  TO N3283 Oct 2, 1968 with	
						MSN B-29.  WFU Mar 31, 2011
					66346 (MSN 1148) previously BW801 (ntu) and FP498. To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jun 30, 1946.  To NC74587 Nov 7, 1946.
						To Argentine Navy as 0185.  W/o Sep 14, 1948 at Rio Santa Cruz, Argentina 
					66347 (MSN 1149) previously BW802 (ntu) and FP499.  To US navy in 1945.  WFU Jul 31, 1946.  To NC28369 Oct 8, 1946.
						WFU Jul 1, 2013.
					66348 (MSN 1137) previously BW790 (ntu) and FP487.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  To NC68158.  WFU
					66349 (MSN 1130) previously BW783 (ntu) and FP480.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jun 30, 1946.  TO NC36808 (ntu) to NC9243H
						Dec 16, 1946.  To N93G May 7, 1958.  Current 2014.
					66350 (MSN 1151) previously BW804 (ntu) and FP501.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946. To civil registry as N95471.
						W/o Jun 3, 1948 at Naknek, AK
					66351 (MSN 1145) previously BW798 (ntu) and FP495.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  To NC1200V Apr 1947.
						To CF-RQI Jan 4, 1965.  To N2121 in 1975.  To ZK-ENY Oct 1977.  To DQ-FDQ Oct 1, 1982.  To ZK-ENY again Dec 19, 1984.
						To VH-ENY Jan 6, 1989. To HS-TOM Aug 1990.  WFU.
					66352 (MSN 1143) previously BW796 (ntu) and FP493.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30 1946.  To NC95406.  To Argentine
						Navy as 0293 Nov 19, 1948.  WFU Mar 30, 1960 
					66353 (MSN 1140) previously BW793 (ntu) and FP490.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  To NC95468 in 1947.
						W/o Jan 23, 1968 at Dutch Harbor, AK.
					66354 (MSN 1141) previously BW794 (ntu) and FP491.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  Wo N1200N (ntu).  To NC9698H
						Feb 27, 1947.  To HC-SBX Aug 1949.  To N703A May 17, 1951.  W/o Jun 18, 1971 at Cukebar Island, Virgin Islands.
					66355 (MSN 1125) previously BW778 (ntu) and FP475.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Jul 31, 1946.  TO TF-RVJ Dec 7, 1946.
						To N1583V.  W/o Dec 11, 1974 at Kodiak, AL.  
					66356 (MSN 1136) previously BW789 (ntu) and FP486.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  TO NC1080M Apr 17, 1947.
						To CF-CNR Jan 18, 1965.  TO N101LH Jul 30, 1971.  W/o Jul 30, 1971 at Greenville, ME
					66357 (MSN 1147) previously BW800 (ntu) and FP497.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  TO NC709 in 1946.
						Converted to McKinnon G-21C MSN 1201.  To N150M Jun 19670.  Converted to McKinnon G-21D MSN 1251.  WFU Aug 6, 2013
					66358 (MSN 1152) previously BW805 (ntu) and FP502.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Aug 31, 1946.  TO NC606 in 1946(?).  To F-OBYU
						Aug 12, 1964.  To N8777A Sep 27, 1969.  W/o Apr 5 1978 en route St John to St Croix
					66359 (MSN 1129) previously BW782 (ntu) and FP479.  To US Navy in 1945.  WFU Sep 30, 1946.  TO Nc710 Jan 15, 1947.  To 
						N710SA Aug 11, 1960.  To N7101 Jul 1, 1963.  To N9074U Apr 17, 1998.  Current 2014
					66360 (MSN B-34) was previously FP470, which was formerly BuNo 37781, and returned to US Navy as 66360.  To civil registry 
						as HC-SBT with Shell Co of Ecuador April 1947, then YV-P-AEP Cia Shell de Venezolana S.A. Jan 5, 1949.  To HC-SBY 
						with Shell Co of Ecuator Oct 1949., then N701A with Grumman in 1954, then CF-IOA Jun 11, 1962.  
						W/o May 28, 1964 at Sioux Arrows, Canada  
					66361 (MSN B-49) was previously FP471 which was formerly BuNo 37796, and returned to US Navy Feb 1946 as 66361.  
						MAP delivery to Honduran AF as 110 Oct 1946.
						To civil registry as N3945C Dec 21, 1951, N755G May 19 1970, C-GRCZ May 1982, registered with MSN B49, cancelled Sep 17, 1990.  To
						N121GL registered with MSN B-49, cancelled Oct 23, 2012 on export to Australia as VH-GWH Dec 7, 2012. 
66395/66594		Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				UC-45Fs transferred from USAF stock.  66472/66594 cancelled
				66396 (MSN 8564) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87305.  To civil registry as N5622V
				66402 (MSN 8572) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87313.   To civil registry as N10411
				66403 (MSN 8573) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87314.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1968.
					Noted in Hamilton storage compound in 1971.
				66415 (MSN 8620) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87361.  To French Navy as 15.  To civil registry as N61910 in West Germany.
				66418 (MSN 8636) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87377.  To N10578, YV-C-ARX
				66431 (TC-45J) to civil registry as N90291
				66432 to French Navy
				66420 (MSN 8638) to JMSDF as 6405
				66425 (MSN 8643) to French Navy as 66425, later 425.  To Rochefort AB as instructional airframe i 1974.
				66427 (MSN 8647) was USAAF 44-87388.  to JMSDF as 6415.  Preserved at Meihoh Golf Graden Monument, Japan
				66431 (MSN 8653) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87394.  To N90291.
				66433 (MSN 8655) to JMSDF as 6414.  To HL/506
				66438 (MSN 8660) to JMSDF as 6404
				66440 (MSN 8662) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87403.  To US Coast Guard in 1945.
				66441 (MSN 8663) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87404.  To JMSDF as 6418.  To HL2015
				66454 (MSN 8680) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87421.  To French Navy as 66454, later 54.  To civil registration in
					West Germany as N61907
				66463 (MSN 8689) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87430.  To N7940C.
				66464 (MSN 8690) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87431.  To civil registration as N9440 to South Carolina Committee for
					Technical Education, Columbia, SC, cancelled.  Noted at Florence Darlington Technical College, Florence,
					SC Apr 1994 as a ground instructional aircraft.  Re-registered N9440 Oct 15, 2009, current.
				66465 (MSN 8691) to JMSDF as 6425.
				66469 (MSN 8698) was USAAF 44-87439. To US Coast Guard as 66469.  To N1553V.
				66471 (MSN 8700) was USAAF 44-87441. To JMSDF as 6429; noted derlict at Wakamiya, Japan October 2003
66595/66794		Martin JM-1 Marauder 
				ex-USAAF AT-23B conversions of B-26C for US Navy as target tugs.
				66598 previously 41-35541.  Passed to NACA Sep 9, 1947, then
					became N75072 Sep 9, 1953.  Scrapped and SOC May 22, 1965
				66599 previously 41-35542.  Became N171E ca 1948.  Registration
					N3E later allocated but NTU, remained N171E.  Became N501T
					Jul 7, 1952, but reported May 1955 and Sep 1955 still carrying
					N171E.  Converted to B-26C-T exectutive transport.  Reverted
					to N171E Mar 26, 1957, but aircraft reported Jul 1959 carrying
					N501T.  Scrapped and SOC May 18, 1965.
				66617 lost Dec 29, 1944 on target towing mission, went down 7 mi
					from Pityilu Island in Admiralty Islands Group.  1 of 4 onboard
					survived.
				66626 (VJ-15) assigned to Bermuda 1943 for target towing
				66631 (VF-15) assigned to Bermuda 1943 for target towing.
				66744 crash-landed Saipan July 1945
66795/67054		Cancelled contract for Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer	
67055/67254		Goodyear FG-1D Corsair
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1D Corsair licence built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation
				67070 restored by Vintage Fighters and flew for first time Oct 8, 2004.  By
					June 2005 was registered N17VF
				67081 on display at American Airpower Museum, Long Island, NY.
				67087 to El Salvador AF.  Used as spares airframe.  Acquired by CC Air Corp, CA 1988 and restored
					as N11Y in 1995
				67089 sold as surplus in 1958 and became N97GM.  Now owned by F4U Inc of New York City, registered as N83JC
				67100/67254 cancelled.  67215/67254 originally allocated to a batch of FG-1Ds which
					were to have gone to Royal Navy as Corsair IV KE390/KE429.
67255/67754 		Goodyear FG-4
				Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-4 Corsair was to have been licence built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation.   Contract cancelled 
67100/67384		Beech SNB-2 Navigator
				Serials reassigned from cancelled FG-1D,FG-4 batches.  67130/67154 cancelled
				67101 (MSN 452) ex USAAF AT-7 41-1160
				67102 (MSN 1109) ex USAF AT-7 41-21094.
				67103 (MSN 5479) ex USAAF AT-7 43-33316.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 (MSN N-790) Aug 6, 1951.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US Army as 67103.  To civil registry as N200KU with 
					University of Kansas.  Seen at MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio in 2011.
				67106 (MSN 1089) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21074
				67107 (MSN 5933) redesignated SNB-3.  Remanufacutred by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson,
					AZ for parts.  Noted derelict on Hamilton ramp in 1976.
				67108 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N18060.
				67110 (MSN 463) ex USAAF AT-7 41-1171.
				67111 (MSN 6582) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 (MSN N-650)  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as 
					N3757
				67113 (MSN 1105) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21090
				67114 (MSN 6207) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil 
					registry as N91241
				67115 ex USAAF AT-11 41-27439 (MSN 1284) transferred to US Navy.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5.
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  to civil registry as N87678, N179L
				67116 (MSN 3984) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37391.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N90236
				67117 (MSN 4991) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37694.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5
				67118 (MSN 5015) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Acquired by Air America from Corsair Air Services Co 
					as N51259 who in turn had bought it from Intermountain Aviation as N90238.  Stored at Tainan, Taiwan
					Nov 18, 1969.  Sold for scrap at Tainan Dec 10, 1974.
				67120 ex AT-7 41-21096 MSN 1111 transferred to US Navy.  Rebuilt as JRB-5 in 1949.  Remanufactured as SNB-5
					in 19522.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N91250.
				67121 (MSN 1129) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21114.  Converted to SNB-5
				67122 (MSN 1151) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21136.  Converted to SNB-5
				67123 (MSN 4301) ex AT-7 42-43498 transferred to US Navy.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated
					UC-45J.  To N6712M
				67124 (MSN 4664) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56774.  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.
					Converted to UC-45J.  To N4207 in 1971.   To American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX.  Current 2016
				67125 (MSN 4750) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56840.  Converted to SNB-5 
				67128 (MSN 1121) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21106 transferred to US Navy in 1946.  Remanufactured by 
					Beech as JRB-5 (MSN N-309) Feb 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 (MSN N-934) Jun 1952. 
					To civil registry as N9152
				67129 (MSN 1090) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21075.  Converted to SNB-5
				67155 (MSN 1101) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21086
				67156 (MSN 1138) ex USAAF 41-21123
				67157 (MSN 4140) ex USAAF 42-2460
				67158 (MSN 4714) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56816.  Converted to SNB-5
				67159 (MSN 4726) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56828.  Converted to SNB-5
				67161 (MSN 5805) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N57161.  Later on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,
					Edwards AFB, California, painted as 408823.
				67162 (MSN 5807) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N2909
				67166 (MSN 6033) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transfered
					to US Army as 67166.  To civil registry as N13413 with Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1972. To
					School of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Missouri as instructinal airframe in 1977.
				67168 (MSN 6073) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To N5630 with Metropolitan Junior College, Kansas City, MO in 1970 as instructional airframe.
				67170 was ex USAAF AT-7 41-1150 (MSN 442) transferred to US Navy as SNB-2.  Remanufactured by
					Beech as SNB-5 MSN N746 in 1951.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N8177 in 1969.
				67171 (MSN 486) was ex USAAF AT-7 41-1194.
				67172 (MSN 489) was ex USAAF AT-7 41-1197.
				67174 was ex USAAF AT-7 42-2437
				67175 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N6710
				67180 (MSN 1060) listed as being ex AT-7 41-21045
				67184 (MSN 5779) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N91242
				67187 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1954.  To N87679.
				67194 (MSN 4722) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56824.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in
					1962.  To civil registry as N5059.
				67195 (MSN 4687) was ex USAAF AT-7 42-56797
				67199 (MSN 1152) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21137.
				67203 to storage at Litchfield Park, AZ May 13, 1965
				67208 (MSN 5791) ex USAAF AT-7C 43-33449.  US Navy Pool, NAS Dallas, TX 17Jan46; NAS Alameda, CA May46; 
					Reconditioned at NAS Alameda Jul - Sep46; NAS Corpus Christi, TX Sep46; FASRON 5 NAS Oceana, VA Jan47; 
					Modified as SNB-3 Feb49; Assigned new msn N235; Naval Air Development Center, Johnsville, PA 16Feb50; 
					Pool Buaer Wichita, KS 1May51; Remanufactured by Beech to SNB-5 29Feb52; Assigned new msn N864; 
					VS-801, NAS Norfolk, VA 6Mar52; VS-27 NAS Norfolk, VA 16Mar53; NAS Pensacola, FL 9Feb54;
 					CVA-20 USS Bennington, NAS New York Feb55; FASRON 2, NAS Norfolk, VA 6Sep55; 
					CVA-60 USS Saratoga, NAS New York 18Apr56; NAS Pensacola, FL 11Oct56; 12th Naval District, 
					NAF Monterey, CA 12Jan57; Storage at Litchfield Park May60 - Feb62;
 					Buweps FA, NAS Pensacola, FL Feb62; NAF Naples, Italy May62; Redesignated TC-45J 18Sep62; 
					Redesignated UC-45J 14Oct64; At Naples until at least May65; MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ; 
					Stricken 30Apr68; Donated to South Georgia Technical & Vocational School (later South Georgia Technical College),
 					Americus, GA; Registered 25Apr69 as N3753, cancelled 22Jul69; Still extant at Souther Field, Americus Oct16
				67209 (MSN 6169) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To N90275.
				67212 (MSN 6802) was ex USAAF 43-50064.  Converted to SNB-5, redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1962.
					Converted to UC-45J.  to civil registry as N40092.  Preserved at Commemorative Air Force, Mesa, Arizona.
					Note in storage at Mesa, AZ in 2000.  To MASDC as 1C237 Mar 3, 2007.
				67214 (MSN 6007) was ex USAAF AT-7C 43-33500.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To civil 
					registry as N90254
				67219 (MSN 6175) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953. To civil registry as N91248
				67220 (MSN 6209) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 Oct 1950.  To civil registry as N91254.
					Seen derelict at Hamilton aircraft ramp, Tucson, AZ in 1976.
				67222 (MSN 6067) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90266
				67224 (MSN 5767) SOC at NARF Norfolk, VA Jul 21, 1967
				67225 (MSN 1080) ex USAAF AT-7 41-21065
				67227 (ex USAAF 43-33497, MSN 5951) converted to SNB-3, then rebuilt Jun 1953
					as SNB-5 with new MSN N1021.  Stored at Litchfield Park from 1958 to
					1961.  SOC at NARF Norfolk, VA Jul 21, 1967
				67230 (MSN 5685) transferred from USAAF AT-7C 43-33413.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3
				67232 (MSN 5664) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5P c1954.  To civil registry as N7032
				67233 (MSN 5682) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5, SNB-5P c1954. Redesignated SNB-5.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co.
					Tucson, AZ for parts.  Note derelict on Hamilton ramp in 1976.
				67234 (MSN 6049) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 in c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N3024 with Rock Valley College
				67235 (MSN 6861) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 in c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil
					registry as N6758A
				67236 (MSN 4721) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56823.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J 
					Sep 18, 1962.  Transferred to US Army as C-45J 67236.  Converted to NC-45J with Volpar trigear.  
					To civil registry as N45861.  Still active in 2016.
				67237 (MSN 4635) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37639
				67238 (MSN 4697) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56807.
				67239 (MSN 4324) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56713.
				67242 (MSN 4682) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56792
				67245 (MSN 5094) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ for
					parts.  Noted derelict on Hamilton ramp Sep 10, 1976.
				67252 (MSN 3073) ex USAAF AT-11 44-72019.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5 c1953. To Hamiltonian Aircraft Co
					of Tucson, AZ for parts.  Noted derelict Sep 10, 1976 at Tucson.
				67256 (MSN 5082) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, as SNB-5 c1954.  To N91256.
				67260 crashed into Mount Cajon in California on night training flight Jan 9, 1955
				67261 (MSN 6528) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90278.
				67263 (MSN 6541) ex USAAF 43-10467.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N2208S.
				67265 (MSN 6552) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N86420.
				67267 (MSN 5061) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, SNB-5 c1954.  to N86414, TG-JAG
				67268 (MSN 3065) ex USAAF AT-11 44-72013.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5
				67270 (MSN 3074) ex USAAF AT-11 44-72020.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4
				67271 (MSN 3079) ex USAAF AT-11 44-72025.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5
				67273 (MSN 3294) ex USAAF AT-11 42-36941.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4.
				67275 (MSN 4957) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37660.  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, SNB-5 c1953.  
					To civil registry as N90246.
				67276 (MSN 4034) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37441.  Converted to JRB-6
				67278 (MSN 4012) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37419.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5 c1953.  
					Seen derelict Mesa, AZ Oct 13, 1978.
				67279 (MSN 5014) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5 c1954.  To N2202S.  Noted derelict in storage yard
					at Mesa, AZ.
				67280 (MSN 6539) ex USAAF 43-10465.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90280.  
					Crashed and destroyed on takeoff at Ft Lauderdale, Florida Jun 20, 1964.  2 killed.
				67281 (MSN 953) ex USAAF 41-9527.  Converted to JRB-6
				67283 (MSN 3881) ex USAAF 42-37316.  Converted to JRB-6.
				67284 ex USAAF 42-37644.  Converted to JRB-6
				67285 (MSN  6531, VR-6) damaged in taxiing accident at Westover AFB, MA Feb 18, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech
					as SNB-4 in 1947 as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N91243.
				67286 (MSN 1500) ex USAAF 41-27655.  Converted to JRB-6
				67287 (MSN 3803) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37280.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later as SNB-5
				67289 (MSN 1481) ex USAAF 41-27636.  Converted to SNB-4
				67290 (MSN 4177) ex USAAF 41-2501.
				67291 (MSN 4197) transferred from USAAF AT-7 42-43468.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ for parts.
				67292 (MSN 4138) transferred from USAAF AT-7 42-2458.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To N17744.
				67293 (MSN 4360) transferred from USAAF AT-7 42-56741.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5
				67294 (MSN 6021) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90353
				67295 (MSN 4508) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37512
				67296 (MSN 4368) ex USAAF AT-7 42-56749.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 
				67297 (MSN 4942) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37645; remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  
					Redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1962. Converted to UC-45J; wfu.   To civil registry as N2809J.  Current 2011q
				67298 (MSN 4946) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37649. remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N86419.
				67299 (MSN 3527) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37147.
				67300 (MSN 4584) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37588.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N4740C 
				67301 (MSN 3632) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37203
				67302 (MSN 4054) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37461. Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 
				67303 (MSN 4638) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37642. Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 
				67304 (MSN 4999) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37702.    
				67305 (MSN 456) ex USAAF AT-7 41-1164.  Converted to SNB-5, redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1965.  Converted to
					UC-45J.  To N9561.  WFU Apr 18, 2000.  Preserved at Hawaiian Falls Golf Club, Daytona Beach, Florida
				67307 (MSN 3694) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37211
				67308 (MSN 5002) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37705.
				67309 (MSN 3547) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37167
				67310 (MSN 4039) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37446
				67311 (MSN 3749) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37246.  Converted to SNB-5, redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1962, converted to UC-45J.
					To N4755.  WFU Dec 11, 2000.
				67312 (MSN 4008) ex USAAF 42-37415.  Converted to SNB-4, then to SNB-5
				67313 (MSN 5013) ex USAAF 43-10320.  Converted to SNB-4, converted to SNB-5, redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1962.
					Converted to UC-45J.  To N68619.  Current 2011
				67315 (MSN 4955) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37658
				67316 (MSN 3890) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37325.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, converted to SNB-5.
				67317 (MSN 3989) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37397.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, converted to SNB-5.
				67318 (MSN 4551) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37555.  
				67319 (MSN 4559) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37563.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, converted to SNB-5
				67320 (MSN 3778) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37255.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, converted to SNB-5.
				67321 (MSN 4021) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37428.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, converted to SNB-5
				67322 (MSN 4949) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37653.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6
				67323 (MSN 4036) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37443.  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, then SNB-5 c1953.  To N90288.
				67324 (MSN 3989) ex USAAF 42-37396.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, then SNB-5 c1953. To N90235.  
					Noted in Hamilton Aircraft compound in 1971.
				67325 (MSN 4032) ex USAAF 42-37439. Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, then SNB-5   
				67326 (MSN 4085) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37492.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, then SNB-5 c1953.  To N90237
				67327 (MSN 4028) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37435
				67328 (MSN 4521) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37525.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6
				67329 (MSN 4027) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37434. remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, then SNB-5 
				67331 (MSN 3487) ex USAAF AT-11 41-37107
				67332 (MSN 1525) ex USAAF AT-11 41-27680.  Converted to JRB-6
				67333 (MSN 3057) ex USAAF AT-11 44-72005.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  to N867496, N9034
				67335 (MSN 6520) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To civil registry as N86499.
				67336 (MSN 4562) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37566.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6
				67337 (MSN 4558) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37562.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5
				67338 (MSN 4951) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37654.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To XA-POT
				67339 (MSN 4006) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37413.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6
				67340 (MSN 4556) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37560.  remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6. To N72424.  Noted at Allied Aircraft storage yard outside MASDC
					in 1973.
				67341 (MSN 4570) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37574.
				67342 (MSN 4965) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37668
				67343 (MSN 4972) ex USAAF 42-37675. Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To Turkish AF as 6865.  Preserved at Balikesir, Turkey.
				67344 (MSN 1291) ex USAAF 41-27446.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as SNB-5 in 1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N2206S
				67346 (MSN 4058) ex USAAF 42-37465.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later converted to SNB-5
				67347 (MSN 5038) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N7269.
				67348 (MSN 5084) remanufactured as JRB-6.  To N72422.  Noted derelict in Allied Aircraft storage yard near
					MASDC in 1976.
				67349 (MSN 3072) ex USAAF 44-72018.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90252, N91373.  Crashed during
					forced landing near Milroy, Pennsylvania May 18, 1966.
				67352 (MSN 4964) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37667. Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6 
				67353 (MSN 1419) ex USAAF 41-27574
				67354 (MSN 1309) ex USAAF 41-27464, converted to SNB-4
				67355  (MSN 3494) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37114.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N3525
				67356 (MSN 891) ex USAAF AT-11 41-9465
				67357 (MSN 6505) ex USAAF AT-11 43-10431.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To civil registry as N86498.
				67358 (MSN 3473) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37093.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6
				67359 (MSN 4606) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37610.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To N7182C
				67361 (MSN 3946) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37353.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4
				67362 (MSN 4954) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37657
				67363 (MSN 4626) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37630.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5 
				67364 (MSN 4525) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37529
				67365 (MSN 3513) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37133.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4.  Noted in Hamilton storage area,
					Tucson, Arizona Sep 19, 1976
				67366 (MSN 4600) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37604.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6
				67370 (MSN 4952) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37655.
				67371 (MSN 3971) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37378.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-4, later SNB-5
				67372 (MSN 4519) ex USAAF AT-11 42-37523
				67374 (MSN 3975, also reported as MSN 5023) ex USAAF 42-37382.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  
					Seen derelict in Hamilton aircraft storage yard, Tucson, AZ.  Also reported as going to N90262 with 
					Intermountain Aviation
				67375 (MSN 1366) ex USAAF 41-27521.  
				67376 (MSN 952) ex USAAF AT-11 41-9526, converted to JRB-6
				67377 (MSN 1521) ex USAAF AT-11 41-27676.
				67378 (MSN 1417) ex USAAF 4-27572.
				67379 (MSN 1328) ex USAAF AT-11 41-27483.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  to Turkish AF as 6819 on 15 May 1948; wfu
				67381 was ex USAAF AT-11 42-37089.  To N2219S, N72423
				67383 (MSN 5053) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N4707.
				67384 (MSN 946) was ex USAAF 41-9520.  Converted to SNB-4
67385/67754 	Cancelled contract for Goodyear FG-4
67755/67796		Cancelled contract
67797/67799		Consolidated RY-1 Liberator
				USAAF C-87A-CF 43-30569/30571.
				67798 to civil registry as NL5151N in 1948, then CB-75 of Boliviana de
					Aviacion.  Crashed at La Paz Jul 10, 1952, rebuilt as CP-575 but
					w/o at La Paz/El Alto Feb 8, 1964
				67799 used as flag plane for Admiral Thomas Kinkaid, commander of 7th Fleet.  To Clinton, Oklahoma Jul 4, 1945
					and scrapped.
67800/67806		Taylorcraft XLNT-1
				Taylorcraft Aviation Corporation Model G-100 glider developed from the Model BL.  TG-6s transferred from US Army
67807/67831		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				contract cancelled 
67832/68061		Canadian Vickers PBV-1A Catalina
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 28-5A licence built by Canadian Vickers Limited as the Model CL-1, accepted by 
					the US Navy for the USAAF as OA-10A
				All went to the USAAF as OA-10A 44-33868/34097
				67832 (MSN CV304) to USAAF as 44-33868
				67833 (MSN CV305) to USAAF as 44-33869
				67835 (MSN CN450) to USAAF as 44-33939.
				67838 (MSN CV385) to USAAF as 44-33874.
				67844 (MSN CV332) to USAAF as 44-33880.
				67846 (MSN CV393) to USAAF as 44-33882
				67848 (MSN CV395) to USAAF as 44-33884.
				67867 (MSN CV378) to RCAF as Canso A s/n CV-417.  Currently flying
					under civil registration C-FPQL.
				67871 (MSN CV386) to USAAF as 44-33907
				67876 (MSN CV369) to USAAF as 44-33912
				67885 (MSN CV414) to USAAF as 44-33921
				67886 (MSN CV416) to USAAF as 44-33922
				67888 (MSN CV420) to USAAF as 44-33924
				67889 (MSN CV422) to USAAF as 44-33925
				67893 (MSN CV430) to USAAF as 44-33929
				67903 (MSN CV307) to USAAF as 44-33871
				67918 (MSN CV465) to USAAF as 44-33954.
				67929 (MSN CV476) to USAAF as 44-33965
				67936 (MSN CV483) to USAAF as 44-33972
				67942 (MSN CV489) to USAAF as 44-33978
				67953 (MSN CV500) to USAAF as 44-33989
				67955 (MSN CV502) to USAAF as 44-33991.
				67960 (MSN CV507) to USAAF as 44-33996
				67972 (MSN CV519) to USAAF as 44-34008
				67973 (MSN CV520) to USAAF as 44-34009
				67976 (MSN CV523) to USAAF as 44-34012
				67977 (MSN CV524) to USAAF as 44-34013
				67984 (MSN CV531) to USAAF as 44-34020
				67995 (MSN CV542) to USAAF as 44-34031
				68013 (MSN CV560) to USAAF as 44-34049
				68036 (MSN CV583) to USAAF as 44-34072
				68041 (MSN CV588) to USAAF as 44-34077
				68045 (MSN CV592) to USAAF as 44-34081.
				68046 (MSN CV593) to USAAF as 44-34082
				68048 (MSN CV595) to USAAF as 44-34084
				68057 (MSN CV604) to USAAF as 44-34093
				68058 (MSN CV605) to USAAF as 44-34094
				68059 (MSN CV606) to USAAF as 44-34095
				68060 (MSN CV607) to USAAF as 44-34096
				68061 (MSN CV608) to USAAF as 44-34097
68062/69538		General Motors TBM-3 Avenger
				MSN 801/2277.  Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				68270 reconditioned and to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL510.
				68328/68335 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ651/JZ658
				68351	(MSN 1090) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-503
				68368 exploded on flight deck immediately after coming to halt on landing aboard USS Suwannee CVE-27 May 24, 1945 due
					to explosion of 100 pound bomb in the bomb bay.  Pilot killed, ARM1c critically injured and died from injuries
					during transfer.  11 injured.
				68403 (MSN 1142) with VAF 1 of NAS North Island, CA w/o Nov 22, 1944
					in midair collision with P-47D 42-23146 10 mi WSW of Albany, TX
				68472 (VMTB-232) MIA on combat mission Apr 29, 1945 during Okinawa campaign.  
				68632/69639 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ659/JZ666
				68666 (VMTB-232) crashlanded at Yontan Apr 27, 1945 during Okinawa campaign.
				68850	(MSN 1589) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-556
				69023 shot down Jun 3, 1945.
				69026 shot down Jun 12, 1945.
				69063  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft missing after test.
				69080  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946
				69091 Made water landing off starboard bow of USS Nehenta Bay Sep 7, 1945 due to engine failure.  Pilot and gunner survived, radioman was killed.
				69094  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged,
					retained for Test Baker.
					Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
				69095  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged,
					retained for test Baker.
					Destroyed aboard USS Saratoga during Baker nuclear test Jul 25, 1946
				69099  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
					light damage, retained for Test Baker.
					Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
				69116  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft completely demolished, jtttisoned overboard.
				69124  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft missing after test.
				69140/69153 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ667/JZ680
					69140 (JZ667) returned to USN at Brunswick Dec 12945 (apparently as BuNo 69481
						which was JZ683
					69144 (JZ671) SOC Jul 15, 1949.  Remains noted on dump at RNAS Gosport, England
						Aug 1950.
				69169 used as test aircraft during Operation Crossroads series of nuclear tests.  Put on hangar deck of
					USS Saratoga during ABLE test shot Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.  Put on deck of USS Independence during Test Baker
					Jul 25, 1946.  Damaged considerably and made dangerously radioactive.  Disposed of at sea Jan 31, 1950.
				69188 placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
				69197 placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
				69213	(MSN 1952) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-506
				69227	(MSN 1966) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-558
				69239  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft missing after test.
				69275  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft completely demolished, jettisoned overboard.
				69291 to French Navy
				69293 became N9679C
				69294 became N7026C
				69303 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952 as 334. Forcelanded on beach at Chezzetcook and tide came in Apr 20, 1955
				69306	(MSN 2045) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-508
				69312 crashed into Lake Michigan after takeoff from NAS Glenview, IL Jul 4, 1950.  3 killed.
				69314 to French Navy
				69323 to civil registry as N7961C.  Later to Forest Protection  Ltd as C-GLEJ.  Now warbird N124TB.
				69325 to US civil registry as N104Z, then N1044, then to Hicks and Lawrence 
					as C-FXOM.  In 2007 to N325GT with Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, WA
				69327 to Royal Canadian Navy as 326 Sep 1950.  Later to Conair Ltd as C-FKCG.  W/o at Sussex 5/29/1975.
					Rebuilt to static display and is now on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK
					painted in USN colors as Lt. George H. W. Bush's aircraft 46214.
				69329 to N73642, reported Mar 2005 airworthy with Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N700RW
				69334 to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1950.  SOC Nov 29, 1956
				69340 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB314.  Ditched in shallow
					water near Yarmouth  Dec 8, 1955 following engine fire.  
					Two crew on board, one injured.  Aircraft SOC Dec 23, 1955.
				69346 to French Navy
				69347 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952 as 380.  To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-IMT with Wheeler-Northland.  
					Destroyed in in St. Jovite, Quebec May 2, 1963.  Pilot survived.
				69354 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 367/347.  To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-IMU with Skyways.  Scavenged for parts.  Scrapped 1960
				69355 became N7850C; as such was operated in the late 1960s by 
					Marom Ltd at Herzlia, Israel as a cropsprayer. By 1990 was with Israeli AF
					Museum, Hazerim, Israel.
				69361 (MSN 2100) to civil registry as N9596C, then to Norfolk as C-GOEG.  Noted recently in
					Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
				69367 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB327.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
				69374 became N9650C.  To restoration hangar at NAS North Island, CA for eventual display
					at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA
				69375 converted to TBM-3R and used by VR-22.  Became N3965A.  Converted to COD aircraft and now on 
					display on USS Hornet in Alameda, CA.
				69392 to Netherlands Navy as 1-30 then 038.  Converted to target tug.  WFU in 1960
				69399 to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 360.  Crashed into
					woods Mar 26, 1955.  Pilot survived.  Pilot escaped with relatively little damage, but was not repaired.
				69405 (TBM-3S2) to Japanese Navy as 2342
				69422 to French Navy
				69423 to French Navy
				69425 to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 354.  W/o Mar 18, 1957 
					when crashed near Shearwater in heavy icing.  Pilot killed.
				69430 to French Navy
				69438 to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1952.  SOC Jan 1956
				69442 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB309.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958.
						SOC Dec 13, 1963.
				69447 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB310.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
				69452 to Royal Navy Oct 10, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB388, shipped from USA 9/29/1953. Sold for scrap 2/27/1961.
				69458 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952.  SOC Jan 1956
				69459 to civil registry as sprayer N8397H.  Was at War Eagles Museum,
					Santa Teresa Airport, NM Mar 2005
				69468 to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952.  SOC Jan 1956
				69472 (TBM-3E) became N9593C.  Reported 1983 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				69479/69492 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ681/JZ694
					69480(JZ682) flew onto HMS Inplacable May 1946.  Stripped for spares and 
						dumped overboard.
					69481	(MSN 2220) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-554
					69486	(MSN 2225) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-505
				69495 to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 353.  SOC Dec 1956
				69502 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB446, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. 
					Later converted to ECM.6, still later to ECM.6B. Transferred to
					Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, England Apr 9, 1968
					and formally SOC from Royal Navy Jul 28, 1969
				69505 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 323.  
				69506 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB328.  Later converted
					to ECM.6 and later still to ECM.6B.  SOC Jul 22, 1963 and scrapped.
				69523 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB329.  To French government
				69531 to US Foresty Service as N179Z.  To Seeley as N17930.  to Norfolk as C-GOBK.  Crashed at Minto, New
					Brunswick May 30, 1978.  Pilot killed.
				69533 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB330.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				69534 to Royal Canadian Navy May 1952 as 376.
69539/69739		Culver TD2C-1
69740/69989 		Grumman F7F-3 Tigercat
				Model G-51.  Cancelled contract
69990/69991 		Waco LRW-1
				CG-4 gliders 42-52784/52785 transferred from USAAF
69992/70187		Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat
				Model G-50
				69992/70014 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV302/JV324
					69992 (JV302) swung to port on takeoff from HMS Ruler Aug 3, 1945.  Wheels
						struck gun position and aircraft ditched in sea.
					69995 (JV305) missed wires while landing on HMS Ameer Jan 12, 1945 and struck
						Hellcat JV307 (BuNo 69997).  DBR and offloaded at Trincomalee Feb 3, 1945.
					69996 (JV306) SOC at Trincomalee during 1945
					69997 (JV307) in collision with Hellcat 70261 (JW746) off Robben Island Nov 10, 1944.  Landed
						safely but 70261 crashed.
					70000 (JV310 ditched near HMS Indomitab le May 3, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
					70004 (JV314) hook broke and went into barrier while landing on HMS Ameer
						Dec 12, 1944.  DBR.  Wreck unloaded Dec 20, 1944 and presumably scrapped.
					70010 (JV320) crashed at Subramgamuwa, Ceylon during navigation exercise
						Apr 2, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				70015/70037 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JW700/JW722
					70017 (JW702) ditched following engine fire during takeoff from HMS Ruler
						Mar 18, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
					70024 (JW709) crashed near Wingfield following engine fire Jan 5, 1945.
						Pilot survived.
					70028 (JW713) SOC at Trincomalee during 1945
					70029 (JW714) SOC at Trincomalee during 1945.
					70034 (JW719) while parked on HMS Khedive Apr 10, 1945, knocked off flight deck
						onto forecastle by Hellcat JV144 (40775), DBR. 
				70070 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				70071 (VF-7, USS Hancock) "demolished, military necessity" in SW Pacific Oct 29, 1944.
				70075 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				70087 (VF-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				70090 with VF-18/CVG18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944
				70102 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				70131 (VF-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				70149 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				70167 (VF-80) damaged over Formosa Jan 21, 1945.  Lost in Kamikaze attack on ship
					later the same day.
				70185 at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  The aircraft was lost
					April 3, 1945 on flight from Rhode Island.  Pilot escaped
					plane but was lost.