1938-1939 USAAC Serial Numbers


Last revised February 22, 2021


				- 1938 -

38-1/210		Curtiss P-36A
				MSN 12415/12624
				1 (MSN 12415) 4/38: TOS USAAC, first P-36A delivered.  
					9/38: Assigned to 20th Pursuit Group, Barksdale Field, LA.  6/20/41: TOS USAAF.
					1943: TOS Fuerza Aerea del Peru (Peruvian Air Force) with s/n FAP290.
					1946: Sold by War Assets Corporation for $650.
					2/27/59: Edward S. Perkins, Sr., Anniston, AL with c/r N52203.
					4/59: Donated to US Air Force Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
					By 1969: Marked as 27th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, MI war games camouflage.
					By 1998 was onn display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH, painted
					as 38-086 as flown by Lt Philip Rasmussen in 46th FS, 15th PG during Pearl Harbor attack..
				2 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
				3 W/o May 10, 1940 at Patterson Field, OH
				4 modified as XP-42 before delivery.  To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia
					from Sep 1940 to Nov 1942.  Scrapped Jul 15, 1947.
				5 to Panama Canal Zone.  Crashed near Aguadulce, Panama Feb 28, 1944.
				6 W/o  Dec 17, 1941 at Baton Rouge, LA
				8 (20 PG, 50 PS) crashed 6 mi west of Petaluma, CA Sep 25, 1940, pilot bailed out.
				10 modified as XP-40, Model 75P.  To To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia
					from Mar 1939 to Mar 1944.
				11 to Hawaii with 46th PS. 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941.
				12 crashed at Dungeness Point, Washington Oct 30, 1941
				13 to Alaska.  W/o  Mar 5, 1943 in Texas
				14 to Alaska
				15 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  In midair collision with 38-70 over Hawaii Jul 12, 1941
				16 in accident at Harding Field, Louisiana Jan 12, 1941.
				17 to Alaska
				18 to Alaska.  W/o Nov 28, 1941 at Chathem Bay, AK
				19 to Alaska
				20 temporarily modified as P-36B to test 8:1 supercharger gearing
				21 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				22 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field, destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				23 (20 PG, 18 PS) forcelanded 2 mi S of St Helena, CA Dec 11, 1940
				24 W/o Dec 10, 1941 at Turnagain Arm, AK
				25 to Alaska.  W/o Mar 28, 1942 at Fort Richardson, AK 
				26 to Alaska
				27 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG, destroyed at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				28 to Alaska.  W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Turnagain Arm, AK
				29 W/o Nov 4, 1941 at Giant Rock, CA
				30 to Alaska
				31 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeleer Field, destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				32 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				33 to Alaska. W/o Nov 5, 1942 at Burwash Landing, AK 
				34 to Alaska.  W/o May 29, 1941 at Elmendorf Field, AK
				35 crashed at Eagle Pass AAF, Texas Mar 17, 1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.  Also reported (35th PG, 70th PS) as
					crashed Apr 8, 1941 due to engine failure 3 mi S of Sebastopol, CA.  Pilot bailed out OK
				36 to Hawaii with HQ Sqdn, 15th PG, was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o May 18, 1942 at Wheeler Field, HI 
				37 to Panama Canal Zone
				38 to Panama Canal Zone.  Ditched with 16 PG, 24 PS) ditched into Chame Bay, Panama Nov 1, 1939
				39 (MSN 12453) to Panama Canal Zone.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 02
				40 to Panama.  W/o  Mar 21, 1941 at La Chorrera, Panama Canal Zone
				41 to Panama.  Crashed with 16 PG, 24 PS in mouth of Bayano River, Chepo, Panama Dec 10, 1940
				42 to Panama.  With 16 PG, 24 PS, crashed on takeoff at Albrook Field, CZ Dec 7, 1939.
				43 (MSN 12457) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 03
				44 W/o Mar 16, 1940 at Patterson Field, OH
				45 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Damaged Dec 7, 1941
				46 lost in forced landing at Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica enroute to Panama Sep 4, 1939 during ferry flight
				47 went missing on ferry flight enroute to Panama Sep 4, 1939
				48 (1 PG, 94 PS) crashed at Clifford, MI May 24, 1939
				49 lost in forced landing at Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica on ferry flight enroute to Panama Sep 4, 1939
				50 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Sep 4, 1941 en route to Panama
				51 (MSN 12465) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 05
				52 to Panama.  W/o Aug 28, 1941 at Chame, Panama
				53 (MSN 12467) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 10.  Crashed at Recife, Brazil May 8, 1942
				54 (MSN 12468) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 01
				55 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG, damaged at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				56 to Panama Canal Zone. W/o Feb12, 1941 at Chorrera, Panama
				57 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
				58 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Feb 13, 1941 at Vacamonte Point, Panama
				59 to Hawaii with HQ Sqdn, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				60 (MSN 12474) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 09. 
				61 to Alaska.  W/o Feb 20, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK 
				63 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				64 (20 PG, 79 PS) crashed 5 mi S of Castor, LA Jul 25, 1939
				65 (20 PG, 55 PS) crashed 10 mi N of Kramer, CA May 8, 1940
				66 to Alaska
				67 (35 PG, 18 PS) forcelanded near Dunsuir AAF, Shasta Springs, CA Jul 25, 1940
				68 crashed near Fairfield, KY Sep 22, 1940
				69 to Alaska
				70 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  In midair collision with 38-015 Jul 12, 1941 at Haleiwa, Hawaii.
				71 to Alaska.  W/o Aug 27, 1942 at Knik, AK 
				73 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941. 
				74 to Alaska.  W/o Feb 1, 1942 at Eagle Bay, AK 
				75 to Hawaii.  W/o Mar 6, 1941 at Haleiwa, HI
				76 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Damaged Dec 7, 1941
				77 (20 PG, 77 PS) crashed 3 mi E of Millstadt, IL Jun 10, 1936.  Lost control and pilot bailed out.
				78 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Damaged Dec 7, 1941
				79 (20 PG 55 PS) crashed near Plain Dealing, LA Apr 13, 1939
				80 (20 PG, 77 PS) crashed 3 mi E of Millstadt, IL Jun 10, 1937.  Lost control and pilot bailed out.
				82 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				83 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  Stalled and crashed Oct 31, 1941.
				85 modified as prototype P-36C Dec 1938
				86 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
				89 to Alaska
				90 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
				92 to Hawaii with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
				93 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PS at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				95 to Alaska
				97 to Alaska
				98 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941. 
				100 to Puerto Rico
				101 W/o Feb 5, 1941 at Bay City, MI
				102 to Hawaii with 45th PS 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				103 (8 PG HQ Sqn) crashed at Hampton Beach, NH Jul 23, 1940
				104 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Apr 2, 1942 at Guayama, Puerto Rico 
				105 to Panama.  W/o Nov 10, 1942 at Salinas, Ecuador 
				106 (MSN 12520) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 8
				107 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Oct 14, 1942 at Casa Blanca, Puerto Rico
				108 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  Crashed at sea Oct 31, 1941 at Kahuku, Hawaii
				109 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				110 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				111 to Puerto Rico.  was at Wheeler Field with 46th PS, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
				112 to Puerto Rico.  (32nd FS) wrecked while taxiing to dispersal position Feb 2, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico.
				113 (32nd FS) wrecked on landing Feb 3, 1942 at Stetart Field, NY.
				114 to Puerto Rico. W/o May  13, 1942 at Arecibo Air Field, Puerto Rico
				115 W/o Jul 15, 1942 at Liberty , AZ 
				116 to Puerto Rico
				117 to Puerto Rico
				118 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				119 W/o Feb 14, 1942 at Farmingdale, NY .
				120 to Puerto Rico
				121 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				122 to Puerto Rico
				123 to Puerto Rico.  (32nd FS) wrecked on landing Feb 4, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico.  Repaired
					W/o Sep 25, 1942 at Arecibo Air Field, Puerto Rico
				124 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				125 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				127 to Hawaii
				128 to Hawaii with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				129 to Panama Canal Zone.  With 16th PG, in accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Feb 12, 1942
				130 W/o Oct 7, 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA
				131 to Panama.  With 16 PG, 24 PS) ditched in Panama Bay 2 mi SE of Paitilla Point, ZZ Sep 17, 1939.
				133 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941.
				134 W/o Sep 19, 1940 at Pope Field, NC
				135  W/o Mar 10, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY 
				136 W/o Jan 7, 1942 at Wilmington, NC 
				140 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Aug 17, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama
				141 to Puerto Rico
				142 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Sep 29, 1942 at Salinas AB, Ecuador 
				144 W/o Oct 28, 1942 at Arecibo Air Field, Puerto Rico 
				145 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				146 to Hawaii, went missing at sea with 16 PG, 78 PS Aug 29, 1941.
				147 to XP-36E.  Retired to Army mechanics school Aug 1942
				148 (36 PG, 22 PS) crashed at Zuni, VA Mar 3, 1940.
				149 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				150 to Panama Canal Zone.  With 16 PG, 24 PS, crashed at Balboa, CZ Nov 17, 1939
				151 to Puerto Rico
				152 to Hawaii.  W/o  Jul 21, 1941 at Wheeler Field, HI
				154 (8 PG, 33 PS) crashed 10 mi NW of Langley Field, VA May 29, 1940.
				155 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Oct 20,  1941 at Lajas, Puerto Rico
				158 (MSN 12572) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 6 
				159 (MSN 12573) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 4.  Crashed at Natal, Brazil Sep 30, 1943.
				160 to Hawaii with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				161 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Apr 21, 1942 at Haleiwa, HI 
				162 W/o Mar 28, 1942 at Riverhead, NY 
				163 to Puerto Rico
				164 W/o 8 Jan 8, 1942 at Myrtle Beach Field, SC 
				165 to Panama.  With 24 PS, 16 PG ditched in to Chame Bay, Panama Nov 1, 1939.
				166 to Puerto Rico
				167 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				168 to Hawaii.  In midair collision with 38-179 Jan 6, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
				169 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941.
				170 (8 PG, 35 PS) crashed 1 mi offshore CGAS Virginia Beach, VA May 6, 1940
				171 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
				172 modified as XP-36F.  Experimental armament removed and reverted to P-36A.  Surveyed Oct 1944.
				173 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Apr 20, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico 
				174 modified as XP-36D
				175 (MSN 12589) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7
				176 to Hawaii with 45th PS.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
				178 crashed at Hudsondale, Pennslyvania Mar 28, 1942. Pilot killed.
				179 to Hawaii.  In midair collision with 38-168 Jan 6, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii.
				180 used to test skis
				181/210 delivered as P-36C
					182 w/o Feb 2, 1943 at Lancaster, SC 
					184 w/o Sep 24, 1942 at Chanute Field, IL 
					186 w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Moore Field, TX 
					188  w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Luke Field, AZ 
					190 w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Farmingdale, LI, NY 
					191 crashed 5 mi E of Eagle Pass AAF, Texas Mar 18, 1943 due to engine failure.  Pilot killed.
					195 w/o Jan 22, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY 
					197 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Dec 10, 1940 to Jun 5, 1941.
						W/o Apr 2, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY
					198 w/o Nov 6, 1941 at Monroe, NC
					201 w/o Sep 10, 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA
					199 w/o Jan 28, 1942 at Farmingdale, NY
					203 (1 PS) crashed at Huntsville, AL Dec 27, 1939.
					205 to Hawaii.  W/o Apr 15, 1941 at Paumalu Beach, HI
				210 Delivered to USAAC 5Apr39 at Selfridge AAF, MI
					Participated in Cleveland Air Races Sep39
					Assigned to 1st Pursuit Squadron, Maxwell AAF, AL 28May40. Detached to Wright AAF, OH for testing 19Jun40 to Aug40. 
					Accident 12Apr41 taxying at Maxwell AAF, AL
					Accident 21Jan42 when the aircraft overshot on landing at Bendix AAF, NJ
					Assigned to 61st Pursuit Squadron, Bridgeport, CT 20Mar42
					Accident 4Jun42 when the aircraft ground looped on takeoff at Bridgeport, CT
					Assigned to Chaunte AAF, IL 13Jun42. Used as a GIA
					Noted at Buckley, CO 1Dec42. SOC 3Dec42
					Acquired by a Pratt & Whitney technical instructor in Canada and stored
					To the Fighter Collection and restored at Chino, CA with a first post-restoration flight Apr15
					Registered N80FR [a temporary manufacturer’s registration issued to Fighter Rebuilders, Chino, CA]; cancelled 
						Restored and shown at Duxford's 2015 Flying Legends as PA-50 of the Fighter Collection in UK.
						Registered G-CIXJ 10Feb16.   Noted airworthy at Duxford March 2020 bearing no serial or code.
38-211/223		Boeing B-17B Fortress
				MSN 2004/2016
				211 crashed 8 mi ENE of Hendricks Oct 22, 1942, all 5 crew killed.
				212 delivered to 2BG Langley Mar 10, 1939; transferred to Robins Sep 28, 1942; WO Jan 23, 1943
				213 delivered to Langley Aug 27, 1939; transferred to Lowry Jul 29, 1942; WO Nov 25, 1942.
				214 crashed in Santa Catalina Mts near Davis Monthan AAF after inflight engine
					fire Apr 6, 1942.  2 bailed out, 6 killed.
				215 attached to Cold Weather Testing Detachment at Ladd Field, Alaska 1941-42.  
					Participated in bomb strikes against Japanese fleet during the Dutch Harbor
					operation and was involved in air battle above Umnak Pass June 4, 1942.
					Crashed Jul 18, 1942 while returning from weather recon to Kiska.  All 6 crew KIA.
				216 delivered March Field Sep 28, 1939.  to 28th BG, 36th BS at Ladd Field Oct 4, 1940.  Shot town by Japanese
					Rufe and crashed into mountain in fog on Kiska mission Jul 18, 1942.  MACR 15929
				217 delivered to Langley Oct 5, 1939; transferred to 28BG/36BS at Ladd Field (date not in record); 
					Crashed at Lovelock, Nevada, Feb 6, 1942 while enroute to Wright Field, all 8 onboard killed.; salvaged May 14, 1942.
				218 delivered to Langley Oct 16, 1939; transferred to Tucson Feb 2, 1942; crashed at Milford, UT Feb 6, 1942. 
					Salvaged May 14, 1942.
				219 delivered Langley Oct 21, 1939.  To 9th BG at Rio Hato, Panama Jun 3, 1941.  To 6th BG, 74th BS Santa
					Lucia Oct 24, 1941.  To howard Field, Canal Zone Mar 22, 1942.  To Salinas, Ecuador Jul 4, 1942.  Forced
					landing at base Jul 10, 1942, salvaged Jan 7, 1944.
				220 delivered to March Field Oct 20, 1939; transferred to 9BG/7RS Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
					David Field, Trinidad Oct 29, 1941; force landed after engine fire San Jose, Guatemala Jan 19, 1942. 
					Salvaged Aug 3, 1942.
				221 delivered to March Field Oct 20, 1939; transferred to 32BS Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
					France Field, Panama Aug 19, 1941; transferred to David Field Oct 16, 1942. 
					Ground looped on takeoff Rio Hato, Panama Oct 8, 1942.  WO Oct 27, 1943.
				222 delivered to March Field Oct 5, 1939; transferred to France Field, Panama Jun 3, 1941. 
					Ditched Hillsborough Bay, FL Jun 20, 1941.
				223 delivered to March Field Nov 10, 1939; transferred to W. Palm Beach Mar 24, 1942. Crashlanded
					Caribbean Feb 9, 1942.  W/O Apr 24, 1942.  MACR 15642
38-224/257		North American BT-9C
				MSN NA29-505/538.  Operated by the Air Corps Organized Reserve
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				224 (MSN NA29-505) Based Schoen Field, Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the A/C Det. on 
					Jun 3, 1938 damaged in a nose over landing accident. W/o on Aug 3, 1940 when it 
					crashed fatally after a stall and spin accident 3 miles north of Acton, IL.
				225 (MSN NA29-506) Based at Chapman Field, Miami, FL with the 4th CA A/C Det. on 
					Dec 21, 1940 damaged in a nose over landing accident at Muni Airport, Jacksonville, FL.
				226 (MSN NA29-507) Based at Chicago Muni Airport, Chicago, IL with the 6th CA A/C Det. 
					on Apr 12, 1938 damaged when it ground looped on landing at Curtiss-Reynolds Airport, IL. 
					On Dec 8, 1939 with the 47th SchSq at Randolph Field, TX damaged with a landing accident 
					at Davenport Field, TX. On Jul 7, 1940 again damaged in a landing accident at Laredo, TX. 
					W/o with 734 BFTS on Mar 1, 1943 with a fatal stall and spin accident 1/2 mile west of Davenport Field, TX.
				227 (MSN NA29-508) Accepted by USAAC 17Jun38. Sixth Corps Area, Air Corps Detachment, Chicago 
					Municipal Airport, Midway, IL. 53rd School Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX; code 496. 
					47th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX.   At Randolph Field, TX with the 47th SchSq on Jul 24, 1942 suffered damage 
					with a structural failure.  Surveyed at Goodfellow Field, TX Jun 25, 1943
				228 105th Observation Squadron, Candler Field, Atlanta Municipal Airport, GA. Damaged when nosed over 
					taxying at Nashville Municipal Airport, TN 30May40. Sioux Falls Field, SD. Damaged taxying by a 
					US Marine Corps pilot at Sioux Falls Field 5May43. 
				229 (MSN NA29-510) Based at Mitchel Field, LI, NY on Apr 24, 1938 had a landing accident at Canaan, CT. 
					On Mar 12, 1944 with the 62nd BHQs at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX w/o when it 
					crashed on a landing accident.
				230 (MSN NA29-511) Based at Richards Field, Kansas City MO with the A/C Det. On Aug 29, 1938 
					damaged in a taxi accident at Sherman Field, KS.
				231 (MSN NA29-512) based at Oklahoma Air Terminal, Oklahoma City, OK with the A/C Det damaged 
					on Jul 29, 1939 when it ground looped on landing.
				232 (MSN NA29-513) based at Oakland Muni Airport, CA with the 9th A/C Det. on 
					Apr 11, 1940 damaged when it ground looped on landing.
				235 (MSN NA29-516) Based at Buckley Field, Denver, CO with the 336th ABS, on Oct 11, 1943 
					damaged when it ground looped on landing.
				237 (MSN NA29-518) Based at Bowman Field Jeffersontown, KY with the organized Reserve Unit  
					on Feb 28, 1939 was written off when the pilot bailed out at Bollingbroke, GA after an 
					engine failure. The pilot was killed. 
				239 (MSN NA29-520) Based at Atlanta Muni Airport, Atlanta, GA with the A/C Det. suffered minor 
					damage on Mar 3, 1940 in a taxi accident with Southern Airways Taylor Cub NC25788 t .
				241 (MSN NA29-522) Based at Salt Lake City Muni Airport, UT. On 04/3/40 damaged when it ground 
					looped on landing. On May 25, 1940 damaged when it nosed over at the Muni Airport, 
					Missoula, MT. While with the 645th TEFTSq at Boca Raton Field, FL again damaged on 
					Dec 28, 1943 when it ground looped on landing.
				243 (MSN NA29-524) Based at Chicago Muni Airport, Chicago, IL while attached to the 6thAACD 
					on Jun 16, 1940 was damaged in a taxi accident.
				244 (MSN NA29-525)  Based at Randolph Field with the 47th SchSq, on Jul 27, 1942 was damaged 
					in an engine failure forced landing 2 miles north of Randolph, TX.
				245 (MSN NA29-526) Based at Lindbergh Field San Diego, CA with the A/C Det. was damaged 
					on Jul 20, 1940 when it ground looped on landing.
				246 (MSN NA29-527) Based at Chanute Field, Rantout, IL with the 13th MatSq, 10thABGp damaged 
					when on May 9, 1942 ground looped in a landing accident.
				247 (MSN NA29-528) Based at Randolph Field, TX with 47th SchSq w/o Sep 6, 1941, 3 miles South 
					of Harper, TX when the pilot bailed out after a mid air collision with BT-9B 36-51.
				248 (MSN NA29-529) Based at Randolph Field, TX on Jun 23, 1941 incident at Randolph Field. 
					Again May 26, 1942 damaged when attached to 47th SchSq at Randolph with a stall/spin 
					accident at Davenport Field, TX. On Jul 31, 1942 taxi accident at Temple Airport, TX.
				249 (MSN NA29-530) attached to HQSQ 54th TrnG at Port Columbus Airport, Columbus, OH damage 
					in a taxi accident at Chicago Muni. Airport, IL on Aug 15, 1938.
				251 (MSN NA29-532) attached to FCA A/C Det Boston Airport, East Boston, MA.  W/o Feb 6, 1940 in forced
					landing after engine failure in the water off Scituate, MA.
				252 (MSN NA29-533) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 30Jun37. Second Corps
					Area, Air Corps Detachment, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY.   W/o Jul 14, 1939 when
					crashed after a stall/spin at Bethpage State Park, Bethpage, LI, NY.  Pilot killed.
				253 (MSN NA29-534) based at 47th Sc h Sqn at Randolph Field, TX.  Damaged in stall/spin
					landing accident at Randolph Field Mar 20, 1942.
				254 (MSN NA29-535) attached to 8th ABS, 7th ABG at Scott Field, IL.  Damaged when it
					ground looped May 27, 1941 at Scott Field.  Repaired and assigned to 334th Air
					Base at Truax Field, WI.  W/o when crashed into Lake Michigan near Muskegon, MI Jul 26, 1943,
					killing the pilot.
				256 (MSN NA29-537) attached to A/C Det at Long Beach MAP, CA.  Damaged in landing accident
					Aug 19, 1940 at March Field, CA in bad weather.
38-258/270		Boeing B-17B Fortress
				MSN 2017/2029.  Dispositions from FORTLOG
				258 Delivered Langley Nov 23, 1939.  To Sebring Jun 22, 1942.  Wrecked in base taxi accident Jan 25, 1943, Hendricks.
					W/o Feb 9, 1943 
				259 delivered to Hamilton Field Nov 21, 1939; transferred to Denver Jul 17, 1943.  WO May 15, 1944.
				260 delivered to Langley Dec 1, 1939; transferred to Sioux Falls Jul 21, 1943.  WO Aug 9, 1943.
				261 delivered to Langley Nov 3, 1939; transferred to Sioux Falls Jul 21, 1943.  WO Aug 9, 1943
				262 delivered to Langley Dec 7, 1939; transferred to Sebring Jun 13, 1942.  WO Mar 26, 1943.
				263 delivered to March Field Dec 10, 1939.  To Hendricks Field, Sebring Jun 13, 1942.  Crashed 19 mi S of 
					base Apr 2, 1943.  W/o Aug 27, 1944.
				264 delivered to March Field Dec 12, 1939; transferred to 7BS at Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
					Trinidad Oct 2, 1941; crashed on takeoff (CTO) Jan 12, 1942. Salvaged Jan 16, 1942.
				265 delivered to March Field Dec 18, 1939; transferred to 6BG/3BS at Albroook, Panama Jun 2, 1941; returned to 
					US (RETUS) at Lowry Jul 11, 1943.  WO Jul 27, 1945.
				266 delivered to March Field Dec 18, 1939; transferred to 44BS at Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
					Atkinson, British Guiana Aug 20, 1941; RETUS and crashed at Comfort, Texas Feb 14, 1942.
				267 Dec 217, 1941  attempting emergency landing Geiger Field WA Dec 17, 1941. 5 killed, 3 injured.  w/o Mar 6, 1942Crashed 
				268 delivered to March Field Feb 7, 1940; transferred to Amarillo Aug 7, 1943.  WO Jun-43.
				269 delivered Wright Field Jan 19,1 941.  To Sebring, Florida Jun 20, 1942.  
					Forced landing at Hendricks Field, FL Oct 10, 1942.  w/o Dec 1, 1942
				270 delivered to Hamilton Feb 7, 1940; transferred to Argentia Field Aug 21, 1941.  Attacked a U-boat a week later,
					being first US incident in which US bombs were dropped in anger, but the press never knew; transferred to Sioux Falls 
					Jul 15, 1943.  Salvaged at Hendricks Field Oct 5, 1943 .
38-271/325		North American O-47A
				Model GA-15.  MSN NA25-541/595
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				271 103rd Observation Squadron, 28th Aviation Division, Pennsylvania National Guard, 
					Pitcairn Field, Philadelphia, PA. Force landed after engine failure at Merchantville, NJ 24Feb39. 
					59th Observation Group 1Sep41. Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI 23Dec41. Accident taking off from Hillsgrove Field 19Apr42.
				272 Redesignated as RO-47A. 114th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Heavy), Chatham Field, 
					Savannah, GA. Substantially damaged when nosed over taxying at Chatham Field 28May44.
				273 Middletown Air Depot, Middletown, PA. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Harrisburg 
					Municipal Airport, PA 1Apr40
				275  9th Tow Target Squadron, Chicago Municipal Airport, Midway, IL. Substantially damaged 
					when crashed after engine failure at Brimley Bay, MI 19Apr43. Redesignated as RO-47A. 
					10th Tow Target Squadron, Baltimore Field, MD. Wrecked when force landed after 
					engine failure in the water of Mobjack Bay, VA 14Dec43.
				276 104th Observation Squadron, 29th Aviation Division, Maryland National Guard, Logan Field, 
					Baltimore, MD. Substantially damaged by mechanical failure landing at Du Pont Airport, 
					Wilmington, DE 5Aug40.
				277 North American Aviation, Mines Field, Los Angeles Municipal Airport, CA. Damaged in a
					 mid-air collision with Fleet Model 2 Trainer registration NC622M at Mines Field 2Mar39. 
					116th Reconnaissance Squadron, 70th Reconnaissance Group, Corvallis Field, OR. 
					Redmond Field, OR 16Aug43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Redmond Field, OR 23Aug43.
				278 112th Observation Squadron, 65th Observation Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
					Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure three miles west of 
					Alton, NC, between Lancaster, SC and Monroe, NC 29Oct41. 1st Tow Target Squadron, 
					Otis Field, Mashpee, MA. Damaged when force landed in bad weather at Duxbury, MA 13Mar43.
				279 128th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, New Orleans AAB, LA. Attached to 
					Antisubmarine Command 15Oct42 to 3Mar43. 21st Antisubmarine Squadron (Medium), 
					26th Anti Submarine Wing 3Mar43. Fatal crash 2½ miles southeast of Donaldson, LA 7Mar43 (2KIS).
				280 HQ Squadron, 5th ASC, New Orleans AAB, LA. Substantially damaged when force landed after 
					engine failure twenty miles northwest of Baton Rouge, LA 19Mar42.
				281 106th Observation Squadron, 44th Observation Group (IV Corps), Roberts Field, Birmingham 
					Municipal Airport, AL. Fourth Corps Area 25Nov40. IV Army Corps Dec40. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Selman Field, Monroe, LA 22Aug41. 10th Tow Target 
					Squadron, Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Ditched after mechanical failure into Back River, 
					near Langley Field 22Jul43.
				283 105th Observation Squadron, Berry Field, Nashville, TN. Fourth Corps Area 16Sep40. Lexington 
					County Airport, SC 24Sep40. First Army 3Oct40. I Army Corps Nov40. Damaged landing at 
					Shreveport Municipal Airport, LA 9Nov40. 108th Observation Squadron, 72nd Observation 
					Group, Rio Hato AAB, Panama 14Jan42. Howard Field, Balboa, Panama Canal Zone 19Jan42
					(108th OS) force landed St. Elmo’s Bay, Panama Jun 7, 1942.  
					W/o 20 Oct 20, 1943 at Hayfork, CA 
				284 MSN 25-554.  115th Observation Squadron, California National Guard, Griffith Park Field, 
					Los Angeles, CA. Van Nuys Field, CA 1939. 26th Observation Squadron, 70th Observation 
					Group, Gray Field, Fort Lewis, Tacoma, WA. Damaged taxying at Gray Field 5Mar43. 
					Salinas AAB, CA 15Mar43. 26th Reconnaissance Squadron (Fighter) 2Apr43. 26th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Squadron 11Aug43. Redmond Field, OR 16Aug43. Crashed when the pilot 
					bailed out after fuel exhaustion six miles southeast of Hayfork, CA 20Oct43. Registered as XB-QEU. 
					Reregistered as XB-KEU; cancelled. Registered 1956 as N4725V. Modified for agricultural spraying. 
					WFU at Long Beach, CA 1958. Registered 1961 to The Air Museum, Ontario, CA. 
					Used in film ‘Flight of The Phoenix’ after the purpose built ‘Phoenix’ crashed. Paul Mantz was flying
					the Tallmantz Phoenix P-1, the airplane that was made from the wreckage, in front of the cameras 
					on the morning of July 8, 1965. He was performing touch-and-go landings, and on one touchdown 
					the fuselage buckled. The airplane broke apart and cart-wheeled, killing Mantz and seriously injuring 
					stuntman Bobby Rose on board. Although principal photography was completed on August 13, 1965, 
					in order to complete filming, the North American O-47A was modified and used as a flying ‘Phoenix’ stand-in. 
					With the canopy removed, a set of skids attached to the main landing gear as well as a ventral fin 
					added to the tail, it sufficed as more-or-less a visual lookalike. Filming using the O-47A was 
					completed in October/November 1965. It appears in the last flying scenes, painted to look like the 
					earlier Phoenix P-1. 
					Displayed at Ontario; later at Chino, CA. Registered 22Feb74 to the Planes of Fame, Chino, CA. 
					Crash landed and badly damaged by fire at Porterville, CA 11Jun82. During arrival for landing, 
					the pilot was leading a flight of five dissimilar aircraft. After pitching out in a 360 degree, overhead 
					approach, the pilot flew a fairly tight pattern. On base, when he would normally have felt the gear 
					lock in place, his attention was diverted as another aircraft passed beneath his nose. The landing gear 
					indicator was an early model that was difficult to read. Also, it was located at the bottom of a panel 
					where it was hard to see. The pilot stated that he checked the position of the gear handle several 
					times as well as the hydraulic pressure. As he flared for landing, he started to go-around when the 
					aircraft settled lower than normal. The propeller hit the surface as he settled with the gear retracted. 
					He closed the throttle and mixture and slid to a stop. The fuel sump drain for the main tank was located 
					at the lowest part of the fuselage. While sliding to a stop, the drain ground off and a fire started. 
					No fire equipment was readily available. Restoration at Chino, CA 2000 using parts from 38-295. 
					Registration current [Jul20].
				285 518th Bomb Squadron, 377th Bomb Group, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH. Wrecked when force 
					landed in bad weather at Skyhaven Airport, Rochester, NH 31Oct42
				286 26th Observation Squadron, 70th Observation Group, Gray Field, Fort Lewis, Tacoma, WA. Damaged 
					when nosed over landing at Moon Island Airport, Hoquiam, WA 25May42.
				288 108th Observation Squadron, 72nd Observation Group, Rio Hato AAB, Panama 14Jan42. 
					Howard Field, Balboa, Panama Canal Zone 19Jan42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with O-47A 
					37-321 ten miles east of Rio Hato, Panama 18Sep42. Damaged when taxying by ground crew at Howard Field 15May43.
				289 123rd Observation Squadron, 70th Observation Group, Gray Field, Fort Lewis, Tacoma, WA. 
					Detached to Yakima AAB, WA. Damaged when nosed over landing at Yakima AAB 21Dec42.
					Registered 20Apr51 as N4717V; cancelled 24Mar53
				291 109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, LA. 
					Damaged when nosed over taxying at Esler Field 28Feb42. 124th Observation Squadron, 
					75th Observation Group, Ellington Field, TX. (124th OS) flew into water and crashed near 
					Eagle Point, Galveston Bay TX Jul 15, 1942. Two killed, one injured. 
				292 107th Observation Squadron, Michigan National Guard, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. 
					Damaged landing at Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, MI 5Apr40. Sub Depot, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC. 
					Flew into P-40 turbulence and crashed on takeoff Morris Field NC May 17, 1942. 
					Pilot and observer killed, gunner injured. 
				293 106th Observation Squadron, 44th Observation Group (IV Corps), Roberts Field, Birmingham 
					Municipal Airport, AL. (106th OS) stalled & spun-in Maxwell Field AL Jul 10, 1940. Crew killed.
				295 97th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. 
					Damaged in collision with North American BC-1A 39-802 taxying at Larson Field, GA 5Dec41. 
					14th Tow Target Squadron, Camp Davis Field, NC.  Crashed in swamp near Camp Davis NC Jul 29, 1943. Pilot bailed out.
					Salvaged in good condition by a US Army Sikorsky CH-53 24Aug78. US Army Aviation Museum. 
					US Marine Corps Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA. Stored 1982. Registration N1047P assigned Jun79. 
					Registered 23Mar82 as N1047P; cancelled 11May12. Loaned to Minnesota Air National Guard 
					Historical Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul Airport, MN 1987/88. Ed Maloney/ Planes of Fame, 
					Chino, CA 1989/20. Stored at Chino, all metal finish; parts used to restore 38-284 to airworthy condition at Chino.
				301 108th Observation Squadron, 72nd Observation Group, Rio Hato AAB, Panama 14Jan42. 
					Howard Field, Balboa, Panama Canal Zone 19Jan42. Damaged by a bird strike at Howard Auxiliary
					 Field #2, Chame, Panama 2Dec42.
				302 153rd Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Key Municipal Airport, Meridian, MS. 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC 16Dec41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field, 
					Montgomery, AL 26Jan42. 23rd Observation Squadron, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
					Damaged when nosed over taxying at Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 27Sep42. 97th Observation 
					Squadron, 66th Observation Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. 
					Damaged taxying at Lawson Field 7Feb43.
				303 118th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, Jacksonville Municipal Airport, FL. Mid-air collision 
					with an object at Camp Blanding, Starke, FL 15Jan42. Charleston AAB, SC 22Jan42. Damaged when 
					nosed over landing at Charleston AAB 23May42
				304 344th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in an accident 
					on the ground at Apalachicola Field, FL 21Dec42.
				305 103rd Observation Squadron, 28th Aviation Division, Pennsylvania National Guard, Pitcairn Field, 
					Philadelphia, PA. Damaged landing at Allegheny County Airport, Pittsburgh, PA 12Oct39. II Corps 17Feb41. 
					Harrisburg Municipal Airport, PA 27Feb41. 59th Observation Group 1Sep41. Damaged taxying at 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC 20Oct41.  (103rd OS) crashed on takeoff Auxiliary 
					Field 5 miles SW of Bennettsville SC Nov 4, 1941. Two killed, one injured
				306 152nd Observation Squadron, VI Army Corps, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI. Fort Devens 
					Airfield, MA 31Jul41(152nd OS).  Ran out of gas and ditched in Boston Harbor Aug 18, 1941
				307 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Damaged taxying by the crew chief at 
					New Castle AAB 10Feb43. Redesignated as RO-47A. HQ Squadron, Sacramento Field, CA. 
					Damaged in an accident on the ground at Oakland Municipal Airport, CA 3Apr44
				308 5th Tow Target Squadron, Palacios Field, TX. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with an 
					object at Palacios Field 24Feb43. 116th Observation Squadron, 70th Observation Group, Gray Field, 
					Fort Lewis, Tacoma, WA. Corvallis Field, OR.  Ditched Fern Ridge Lake OR Mar 19, 1943
					14 mi NW of Eugene, OR.
				309 112th Observation Squadron, I Army Corps, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
					Damaged landing at Myrtle Beach Field, SC 20Mar41. Damaged taxying at Pope Field 5Aug41
				311 107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, LA.
					Crashed due to fuel exhaustion Citronelle AL Apr 23, 1942. Pilot bailed out.
				312 Redesignated as RO-47A. 10th Tow Target Squadron, Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Damaged when 
					nosed over taxying at Langley Field 29Nov43.
				313 154th Observation Squadron, Arkansas National Guard, Adams Field, Little Rock, AR. Damaged taxying 
					at Bowman Field, Louisville, KY 4May40. Further damaged while parked by Martin B-10B 34-38 
					taxying at Bowman Field 4May40. Damaged landing at Adams Field 30Jun40. Eighth Corps Area 
					16Sep40. Post Field, Fort Sill, OK 27Sep40. Third Army 3Oct40. Eighth Army Corps Nov40. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision at Brownwood, TX 14Jul41. During a test flight at twilight, the 
					pilot was flying in a low attack formation about 150 feet above the ground. The radio antenna was 
					snapped off and the rudder nearly torn off after striking a high tension wire strung across an 
					artificial lake. The jammed rudder caused the airplane to persist in circling to the left. The pilot
					 climbed for altitude and ordered his two passengers to bail out. The pilot remained and after 
					several widening circles managed to line up with Muskogee Auxiliary Field, Brownwood, TX and 
					made a safe landing. 344th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. 
					Damaged in an accident on the ground at Tyndall Field 24Nov42
				314 108th Observation Squadron, 72nd Observation Group, Rio Hato AAB, Panama 14Jan42. 
					Howard Field, Balboa, Panama Canal Zone 19Jan42. 108th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					72nd Reconnaissance Group 25Jun43. Damaged taxying at Howard Field 7Sep43.
				316 (110th Observation Squadron, VII Army Corps, Adams Field, Little Rock, AR. Damaged while 
					parked in an accident with RO-47B 39-96 taking off from Texarkana Municipal Airport, AR 29Aug41. 
					124th Observation Squadron, 75th Observation Group, Ellington Field, TX. Substantially damaged 
					when force landed after engine failure and nosed over on a beach, fourteen miles southeast of 
					Grand Chenier, LA 11Jul42. 21st Anti Submarine Squadron, 26th Anti Submarine Wing, 
					New Orleans AAB, LA.. Wrecked in takeoff accident New Orleans AAB Mar 18, 1943
				317 14th Tow Target Squadron, Camp Davis Field, NC. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
					Camp Davis Field 25Aug43
				318 27th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, Alamo Field, San Antonio, TX. Abilene Field, TX 6Apr43. 
					Flew into terrain during mock strafing run 3 mi W of Camp Maxey TX May 25, 1943. All 3 crew killed
				319 12th Observation Squadron, Fifth Corps Area, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Detached Flight 
					at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK. Damaged landing at Post Field 10Jul39.
				320 16th Observation Squadron, 32nd Observation Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY 4Jan40. 
					16th Observation Squadron, 2nd Armored Division, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 24Oct40. 
					Damaged landing at Lawson Field 11Jun41. 7th Air Corps Ferrying Squadron, North West 
					Sector, Ferrying Command, Seattle-Boeing Field Airport, WA. Substantially damaged taxying at 
					Red Bluff Municipal Airport, CA 25Apr42.
				321 North American Aviation, Mines Field, Los Angeles Municipal Airport, CA. Damaged landing 
					at Mines Field 10May39. 12th Observation Squadron, 73rd Observation Group, Godman Field, 
					Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Force landed after engine and mechanical failure at Woodlake, KY 
					13Jan42. 24th Observation Squadron, 76th Observation Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, 
					Fayetteville, NC. Wrecked when force landed after engine failure at Florence, KY 23Oct42.
				322 crashed into Lake Pontchartrain, LA Jan 25, 1943 
				323 16th Observation Squadron, 32nd Observation Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
					Damaged landing at Lawson Field 11Oct40. 16th Observation Squadron, 2nd Armored Division, 	
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 24Oct40. 125th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, 
					DeRidder Field, LA. Abilene Field, TX 27Sep42. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Tulsa 
					Municipal Airport, OK 30Sep42. Redesignated as RO-47A. 125th Observation Squadron, 
					77th Reconnaissance Group. 125th Liaison Squadron 2Apr43. Alamo Field, San Antonio, TX, 1Jul43. 
					II Air Support Command 11Aug43. III Tactical Air Division Oct43. Detached to DeRidder Field, LA. 
					Damaged taxying at DeRidder Field, LA 28Jan44.
				324 12th Observation Squadron, Fifth Corps Area, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. 
					Damaged taxying at Bowman Field, Louisville, KY 11Jul39. 12th Observation Squadron, 
					73rd Observation Group, Godman Field, Fort Knox, Louisville, KY. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with an object at Godman Field 6Aug41. Substantially damaged in an accident 
					taking off from Marshall Field, TX 11Sep41.
				325 322nd Sub Depot, DeRidder Field, LA. Damaged in a collision with parked O-47A 37-334 
					while taxying by a mechanic at DeRidder Field 26Aug43.
38-326			Bell XP-39 Airacobra  
				Later modified as XP-39B.  To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jun 6, 1939
38-327/355		Northrop A-17A
				MSN 381/409
				Following urgent pleas from the French after the German invasion, 93 aircraft were released by the US for resale to France. 
					Ferried to Halifax, Nova Scotia using ferry registrations NX-N... for embarkation on the French carrier Béarn. However, 
					the carrier had sailed and the French had signed an armistice.  61 of these aircraft shipped to UK, the remainder were assigned 
					to the RCAF.   RAF serials AB541/AB633 were allocated but NTU.   RCAF serials 3490/3521.   RAF serials allocated on arrival UK 
					were AS440/AS462, AS958/AS976 and AW420/AW438.    Declared obsolete, most of the UK aircraft were shipped to South Africa, 
					SAAF serials 1221/1251, 1253/1257 and 1263/1269.  AW421 remained in UK, becoming GIA 2670M. AS440, AS448/AS451, 
					AS453,  AS455,  AS459/AS460,  AS961/AS962,  AS967/AS968,  AS971,  AS975,  AW423 & AW425 were all sunk and lost at sea 
					en-route to South Africa.
				327 SOC Jul 11, 1943
				328/347 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				348 w/o in accident Jan 31, 1942.
				349/354 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France.
					353 W/o May 4, 1939 at Anacosta, DC
				355 in accident Jan 29, 1941 when stalled and spun in off Culebra Island, Puerto Rico.  W/o May 6, 1941. 
38-356/447		North American BC-1
				MSN NA36-596/687
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				356 (62st School Squadron) in landing accident Mar 17, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
				357 Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 29Oct38. 31st Pursuit Squadron, 
					37th Pursuit Group, Rio Hato AAB, Panama 18Nov40. Damaged taxying at Rio Hato 18Nov40. 
					Headquarters Squadron, 32nd Pursuit Squadron, 37th Pursuit Group, by 15May41. 
					53rd Fighter Squadron, 32nd Fighter Group, France Field, Colón, Panama Canal Zone. 
					Damaged when force landed after engine failure at Lago Gatún, Panama 19Jun42. 
					Panama Air Depot, Albrook Field. 30th Fighter Squadron, 37th Fighter Group, Pocrí Field, 
					Aguadulce, Panama. 24th Fighter Squadron, 32nd Fighter Group, Howard Field, Balboa, 
					Panama Canal Zone,  .In landing accident Jan 4, 1944 at Rey Island, Panama 
				358 Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 29Oct38. 28th Fighter Squadron, 
					37th Fighter Group, Albrook Field. Damaged landing at Howard Auxiliary Field #1, Chame, 
					Panama 11Apr43. 30th Fighter Squadron, 37th Fighter Group, Pocrí Field, Aguadulce,
					 Panama. Damaged taxying at Pocrí Field 14Jun43.   W/o in landing accident Jul 13, 1943 at Pocri, Panama
				359 (MSN NA36-599) 7th Reconnaissance Squadron, 6th Bombardment Group, France Field, Colón, 
					Panama Canal Zone 29Oct38. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Albrook Field, 
					Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 14Nov38. Crash landed with landing gear retracted at 
					Albrook Field 18Aug39. 16th Air Base Squadron, 16th Air Base Group, France Field, 
					Colón, Panama Canal Zone. Damaged landing at France Field 27Feb40. Headquarters 
					Squadron, 16th Pursuit Group, Albrook Field. Damaged when ground looped at Albrook Field 
					4Mar41. 29th Fighter Squadron, 16th Fighter Group, Albrook Field. Damaged when nosed over 
					landing at La Joya Field, Panama 14Dec42. 31st Fighter Squadron, 37th Fighter Group, 
					Howard Field, Balboa, Panama Canal Zone. Damaged landing at Howard Field 14Nov43. 
					30th Fighter Squadron, 37th Fighter Group, Pocrí Field, Aguadulce, Panama by 31Dec44; code 105. 
					Surveyed in Canal Zone Jun 1945
				360 Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 29Oct38. 24th Pursuit Squadron, 
					16th Pursuit Group, Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal Zone.
					(24th Pursuit Sqn) crashed 10 mi NW of San Carlos, Panama Sep 20, 1939. Pilot killed
				361 31st Pursuit Squadron, 37th Pursuit Group, Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal
					Zone 29Oct38. 29th Pursuit Squadron. Damaged when ground looped landing at La Chorrera 
					Field, Panama 28Jun39. Headquarters Squadron, 37th Pursuit Group. Damaged when 
					overshot landing at Rio Hato North, Panama Canal Zone 10Apr41. 31st Fighter Squadron, 
					37th Fighter Group, Albrook Field. Damaged landing at La Sabana Airport, San José, 
					Costa Rica 20Sep42. 20th Troop Carrier Squadron, Sixth Air Force 3Aug43
					Crashed Mar 29, 1944 at La Joya, Panama.  Pilot killed.  Surveyed Apr 11, 1944
				362 Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 29Oct38. Damaged when ground looped at 
					Albrook Field 10Apr40. Panama Air Depot, Albrook Field. Headquarters Squadron, 
					6th Bombardment Group, France Field, Colón, Panama Canal Zone.   Stalled and spun-in during aerobatics Jun 16, 1940 at 
					Limon Bay, Panama Canal Zone. Pilot killed.
				363 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Kelly Field 18Feb41. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 6Jun41. 62nd Two Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 12Aug41. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1 37-435 eight miles southwest of Kelly Field 7Feb42. 
					390th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision 
					with BC-1 38-364 during landing at Kelly Field 23Sep42. Army Air Forces Bombardier School, 
					Big Spring Field, TX.  Crashed after structural failure Mar 15, 1943 at Big Spring, TX.  Pilot bailed out.
				364 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Accident taxying at 
					Kelly Field 20Feb41. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 10Nov41. Damaged in collision with 
					BC-1 38-363 during landing at Kelly Field 23Sep42. 50th Depot Repair Squadron, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 21Mar44. 
				365 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash 
					in bad weather five miles west of Buda, TX 18Dec41 (1KIS). 
				366 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940;  
					390th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 24Jul41. 62nd School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Kelly Field 14May42. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 13Aug42. 
				367 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed 
					after fuel exhaustion at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 9Dec41
					Crashed and destroyed after engine failure May 13, 1942 at Natie, TX.  Pilot bailed out
				368 (MSN NA36-608) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-642 when taxying at Laredo Field, TX 2Feb42. 
					Damaged when nosed over when taxying at Kelly Field 29Aug42. 66th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 22Dec42.  Damaged Feb 18, 1943 as a result of midair
					collision with BC-1 37-655 15 mi SE of Brooks Field, TX.  
				369 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed after 
					engine failure 2.5 miles southeast of Kelly Field 9Mar42. Force landed after fuel exhaustion 
					one mile north of Harper, TX 8Jul42. Damaged when nosed over landing at Kelly Auxiliary 
					Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 24Aug42. 
				370 96th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Damaged taxying at 
					Langley Field 10Mar39. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San 
					Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 15Aug41. Damaged taxying at 
					Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 4Jun42. 66th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-439 landing 
					at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 23Dec42. Damaged when the landing
					gear collapsed landing at Brooks Field 22Apr43. 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 
					Congaree Field, SC.  (5th BFS) crashed Feb 2, 1944 at Andrews, SC. Pilot bailed out.
				371 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 28Mar41. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #3, Castroville, TX 11Sep42. 
					66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when 
					ground looped taking off from Brooks Field 11Oct42. 623rd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					406th Fighter-Bomber Group, Congaree Field, SC. Damaged landing at Atlanta Field, GA 15Aug43.
				372 61st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Randolph Field 16Oct40. Damaged taxying at Fort Clark, TX 15Apr41. 61st Two Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged taxying at 
					Kelly Field 2Jul41. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Kelly Field 21Oct41. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Field 22Dec41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Kelly Field 8Jun42. 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Key Field, Meridian, MS 29Jul43. 489th Fighter Squadron, 
					59th Fighter Group, Thomasville Field, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Thomasville Field 27Dec43. 
				373 Accident at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 22Dec41.
				37438th Reconnaissance Squadron, 1st Bomb Wing, March Field, Riverside, CA. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at March Field 16May39.  Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 
					64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Field 8Feb40. 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks 
					Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure at 
					Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 23Jun42. Damaged when ground looped 
					taking off from Brooks Field 3Sep42. Crashed after engine failure when the pilot bailed out 
					at Grassyville, TX 20Sep42.  
				376 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 24Apr41. 64th Two Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with BC-1 38-433 five miles north of Kelly Field 10Oct41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 
					22Apr42. Wrecked when force landed with fuel exhaustion and nosed over one mile north 
					of Kelly Field 26Aug42
				378 Second Corps Area, Air Corps Detachment, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 
					Damaged by structural failure taxying at Mitchel Field 17Feb39. 64th School Squadron 
					(Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 7Feb40. 
					62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 25Jul41. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Field 20Jan42. 66th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 13Feb43. 
				379 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 
					The aircraft was on a training flight over Connecticut when the pilot encountered
					thick cloudy weather 12Dec38. The aircraft’s radio receiver wasn’t working properly, 
					and with deteriorating conditions, he thought it wise to set down at the nearest airfield 
					rather than attempt to make it back to his home base of Mitchel Field on Long Island, NY. 
					As he came in to land at Norwalk Airport, Connecticut, the aircraft hit a patch of soft 
					ground and flipped over on its back. Neither the pilot, nor his passenger was injured. 
					61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Kelly Field 5Nov41. Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1 37-644 at Kelly Auxiliary 
					Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 2Dec41. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 15May42. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Field 20May42. 
				380 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.  Crashed 22 mi N of Raymondville TX 
					Oct 18, 1939. Pilot killed
				381 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; . 65th School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Brooks Field 14Feb41. Damaged landing at Brooks Field 28Oct41
					Crashed 3 mi E of Nixon TX Jan 15, 1942 when flew into ground. Pilot killed. 
				382 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 65th School Squadron 
					(Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged in collision 
					with BC-1 38-434 taxying at Brooks Field 19Jun41. Force landed after engine failure at Fresno, TX 
					25Sep41. Damaged in collision with parked Curtiss-Wright AT-9 Jeep 41-12123 when taxying 
					at Ellington Field, Houston, TX 3Jun42. 527th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
					Liberal Field, KS. Damaged landing at Amarillo Field, Amarillo, TX 26Aug43. 56th Fighter 
					Squadron, 54th Fighter Group, Bartow Field, FL.   Crashed 6 mi N of Highland City FL Mar 5, 1944. Pilot killed
				383 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Kelly Field 14Mar41. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 9Aug41. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 25Aug41. 
					Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-653 during landing at Kelly Field 23Jan42. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 11Feb42. 66th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 15Mar43. Damaged landing at Brooks Field 10Apr43
				384 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Field 8Feb40. 15th Fighter Squadron, 53rd Fighter Group, 
					Page Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Page Field 28Oct43
				385 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying 
					at Kelly Field 26May41. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-670 taxying at 
					Kelly Field 10Jun41. 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41.
					Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16311 taxying at Kelly Field 31Jan42.
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Temple CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 22May42. 
					66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in 
					collision with BC-1 38-442 taxying at Brooks Field 21Oct42
				386 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed after 
					fuel exhaustion in bad weather 1.5 miles south of Hondo, TX 10Oct41.  
					Crashed 10 mi NW of Charlotte TX Apr 15, 1942. Pilot killed
				387 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 65th School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot 
					lost control at Laredo, TX 2Jan41 (2KIS). 
				388 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Field 16Jan41. Damaged taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, 
					Brooks Field, TX 10Apr41. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Crashed after a mid-air collision with BC-1-I 38-389 and the 
					pilot bailed out thirty miles northwest of Kelly Field 22Oct41. 
				389 5th Air Base Squadron, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA. Damaged when nosed over landing at 
					Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA 25Feb39.  Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 
					63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 63rd Two Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at 
					Gregory, TX 18Jun41. Crashed after a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-388 and the pilot
					bailed out thirty miles northwest of Kelly Field 22Oct41
				390 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying 
					School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Brooks Field 17Feb41. 
					Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 10Oct41. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Brooks Field 17Apr42. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Brooks Field 9May42. 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-408 and the pilot bailed out five miles east of Floresville, TX 21Aug42. 
				391 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision 
					with Beech AT-10 Wichita 41-9385 during landing at Kelly Field 18Sep42. 66th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 38-401 
					taxying at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 15Mar43. Damaged when the 
					landing gear collapsed landing at Brooks Field 22Apr43. 
				392 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Crashed after the pilot lost 
					control at Kelly Field 21Jul42
				393 1st School Squadron, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. The aircraft was flying to Scott Field near 
					Belleville, IL with a passenger when the motor began to sputter near Bloomsdale, 45 miles 
					south of St. Louis. Wrecked when crashed after engine failure and struck trees on a farm two
					 miles northwest of Bloomsdale, MO 15Feb39 (1KIS:1INJ). 
				394 66th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Crashed after engine failure when the pilot bailed out at Vanderbilt, TX 13Feb43
				395 1st School Squadron, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Fatal crash when the aircraft struck trees on 
					Denman Mountain, Grahamsville, NY 19Aug39
				396 62nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 13Nov41. Damaged in collision 
					with BC-1 37-636 during landing at Kelly Field 26Mar42. 52nd Basic Flying Training 
					Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #3, 
					Castroville, TX 13Apr42. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 13May42. Advanced Flying 
					School, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed after engine failure five miles south 
					of Brooks Field 22Jan43. Damaged while parked in collision by Bell P-39M Airacobra 42-4910 
					taxying at Brooks Field 20Jun43. 126th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station), Walterboro 
					Field, SC. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Walterboro Field, SC 7Jul44.
				397 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 15Jun42
				398 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Kelly Field 29Jan40. Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-418 at 
					Kelly Field 9Dec40. 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Wrecked when force landed after engine failure near Randolph 
					Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 5Nov42. 
				399 61st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 1Apr41. 
				400 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940.  23rd Pursuit Squadron, 
					36th Pursuit Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field 28May40. 
					65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in collision with parked BC-1 37-430 when taxying at Camp Palacios, TX 17Oct40. 
					Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Kerrville, TX 10Apr41. 1042nd Two Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1 37-419 at Brooks Field 4Dec42. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Brooks Field 22Jan43. 
				401 Flying Branch, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged landing at Patterson 
					Field 15Jun39. Accident at Wright Field, Dayton, OH 7Dec39. 61st Two Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-677 
					taxying at Kelly Field 23Jul41. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 12Sep41. 389th Two Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with 
					Curtiss P-40F Warhawk 41-14155 during landing at Kelly Field 31Aug42. 66th School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Brooks Field 5Nov42. 66th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 38-391 taxying at Randolph Auxiliary 
					Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 15Mar43. Damaged while parked in collision by Bell P-39J 
					Airacobra 41-7067 taxying at Brooks Field 26May43. 3rd Fighter Squadron (Commando), 
					3rd Air Combat Group, Lakeland Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Thomasville 
					Field, GA 14May44.
				402 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 63rd School Squadron (Advanced 
					Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by BC-1 38-404 t
					axying at Kelly Field 30Jul40. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Fatal crash after the pilot lost control eighteen miles WNW of Kelly Field 28Mar42 (1KIS). 
				403 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940.  65th School Squadron (Advanced 
					Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks 
					Field 9Dec41. 1042nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 25Oct42. 
				404 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Badly damaged 
					in collision with parked BC-1 38-402 when taxying at Kelly Field 30Jul40. 63rd Two Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Big Spring Municipal Airport, TX 22Jan42. Accident after the pilot lost control landing at 
					Kelly Field 23Mar42. Fatal crash when the aircraft flew into the ground nineteen miles southeast 
					of Mason, TX 15May42 (1KIS). 
				405 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 10Jan41. Damaged landing at 
					Kelly Field 10Feb41. Damaged when nosed over when taxying at Kelly Field 14Aug42. 
					509th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 405th Fighter-Bomber Group, Walterboro Field, SC. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Myrtle Beach Field, SC 22Nov43. 351st Base Unit, 
					Myrtle Beach Field, SC. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Myrtle Beach Field 9May44. 
				406 Flying Branch, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged landing at Bowman Field, 
					Louisville, KY 25Jan39. Accident at Pittsburgh, PA 7Dec39. Damaged landing at Wright Field 20Mar40. 
					San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. Wrecked in a fatal accident landing 
					at Duncan Field 2Feb42 (1KIS). The BC-1 was struck by Douglas C-39 38-532 of 3rd Transport 
					Squadron while both were attempting a landing on the same runway due to an ATC error. 
					Starboard propeller of the C-39 struck the BC-1 canopy, decapitating the pilot.
				407 (MSN NA36-647) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Substantially damaged when ground looped taking off from Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing 
					Field, TX 29Mar42. Damaged taking off from Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 18Jul42.
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 26Jul42. 
					Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 12Sep42. Basic Flying School, Coffeyville Field, KS; code 1. 
					62nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Sheppard Field 22Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC75420. 
					Reregistered as NC75493, later as N75493, cancelled 7Jun51. 
				408 23rd Pursuit Squadron, 36th Pursuit Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Corpus Christi Municipal Airport, TX 15May40. 66th School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed after 
					engine failure eight miles east of Brooks Field 7Oct41. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
					with BC-1 38-390 five miles east of Floresville, TX 21Aug42. 404th Headquarters and Air
					Base Squadron, Fort Worth Field, TX. Fatal crash into the ground at Alvarado, TX 7Feb43 (2KIS). 
				409 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. 
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Temple CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 2May42. 
					366th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Coffeyville Field, KS. Damaged in an 
					accident at Coffeyville Field 12Nov42. 
				410  66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged when nosed over landing at Brooks Field 10Jan42. Damaged in collision 
					with BC-1 37-673 landing at Brooks Field 13May42. 3rd Fighter Squadron (Commando), 
					3rd Air Combat Group, Lakeland Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lakeland Field 29May44
				411 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Brooks Field 28Feb41. Damaged in accident with North American AT-6A 41-508 
					taxying at Brooks Field 31Jul41. 66th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile northeast of Brooks Field 28May42.
					1042nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Severely damaged landing at Brooks Field 17Dec42. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 1Mar43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
					77th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Crashed after a 
					mid-air collision with BC-1 38-421 and the pilot bailed out two miles north of Saspamco, TX 20Jul43. 
				412 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in collision with BC-1 38-417 when taxying at Brooks Field 27Feb41. Damaged 
					landing at Brooks Field 15Jan42. 404th Air Base Squadron (Combat Crew School), Fort Worth Field, TX. 
					Damaged in collision with North American P-64 #41-19084 landing at Fort Worth Field, TX 18Dec42. 
				413  63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged after 
					take-off two miles west of Kelly Field 9Apr40. 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with North American BT-9B 37-179 taxying 
					at Kelly Field 19Aug40. 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, 
					Floresville, TX 17Nov42. 66th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 15Mar43. Damaged when the landing gear 
					collapsed landing at Brooks Field 18Mar43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 25Jun43. 
				414 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Brooks Field 13Aug41. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-674 taxying at Brooks Field 10Sep41. 
					Damaged in collision with Piper L-4 Grasshopper 42-7816 taxying at Brooks Field 6May42. 
					Force landed after engine failure five miles east of Brooks Field 7Jun42. 
				415 23rd Pursuit Squadron, 36th Pursuit Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying 		
					at Brooks Field 28May40. Substantially damaged while parked in collision by BC-1-I 37-446 
					taxying at Brooks Field 25Jul40. 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Brooks Field 24Apr41. Damaged landing at 
					Brooks Field 29Sep41. Damaged landing at Hammond CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 17Jan42. 
					3rd Fighter Squadron (Commando), 3rd Air Combat Group, Lakeland Field, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL 1Jun44.
				416 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.
					Wrecked Oct 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX; repaired; w/o Feb 20, 1942 at Laredo, TX 
				417 Flying Training Detachment, Gulf Coast AAF Training Center, Curtis Field, Glenview, IL; 
					operated by Chicago School of Aeronautics. Accident landing at Adams Field, Little Rock, AR 14Feb40. 
					66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision 
					with BC-1 38-412 when taxying at Brooks Field 27Feb41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 17Feb42. 
				418 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-398 at Kelly Field 9Dec40
				419 1st Air Base Squadron, Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Damaged landing at Langley Field 23Nov38. 
					64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash when 
					the aircraft flew into the ground twelve miles north of Kelly Field 22Oct41 (1KIS).
				420 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Kelly Field 13Feb41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 23May41. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Kelly Field 10Dec41. Accident landing at Laredo Field, TX 25Feb42. Damaged in a 
					mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-166 at Kelly Field 16Apr42. 66th Single Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when crashed after engine 
					failure at Yoakum, TX 28May43. Wrecked in an accident landing at Pawnee CAA Intermediate 
					Landing Field, TX 21Jun43. 
				421 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 21Oct42. 66th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Brooks Field 3Feb43. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32754 taxying at Brooks Field 7Apr43. 
					77th Observation Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Hammond CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 30Jun43. Headquarters & Headquarters 
					Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-411 and the pilot bailed out two miles north of 
					Saspamco, TX 20Jul43. 
				422 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 19May41.
				423 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a ground 
					collision with AT-6A 41-702 at Kelly Field 9Jul41. 1042nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying 
					School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-675 landing at Brooks Field 4Nov42. 
				424 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 64th School Squadron (Advanced 
					Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying in collision by AT-6 40-2089 which 
					ground looped while landing at Kelly Field 12Apr40. 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying 
					School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 28Apr41. 
					66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Force landed after engine failure three miles northeast of Brooks Field 8Sep41. 
					Damaged taxying at Hammond CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 24Nov41. 
					1042nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 8Oct42. 
					455th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron (Pilot School, Specialized), Dodge City Field, KS. 
					Damaged landing in bad weather at Petersburgh, KY 29Jul43. 556th Base Unit, 
					6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Crash landed 
					with mechanical failure 2.5 miles west of Charlie, TX 9Jan45.
				425 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force landed 
					after engine failure four miles west of Kelly Field 26Jun39. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Kelly Field 28Feb41. 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX. Force landed after engine failure two miles south of Kelly Field 31Oct41. 
					Force landed after becoming lost one mile north of Boerne, TX 9Jan42. 
					492nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, Walterboro Field, SC. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Walterboro Field 21Feb44.
				426 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Kelly Field 9Dec41. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Kelly Field 17Jan42. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control nineteen miles south of Llano, TX 12Feb42 (2KIS). 
				427 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					landing at Kelly Field 14Nov40. 335th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
					Sioux Falls AAB, Sioux Falls, SD. Damaged when force landed after engine failure at 
					Sioux Falls AAB 6Apr44. Damaged landing at Sioux Falls AAB 16May44. 
				428 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a 
					ground collision with AT-6A 41-178 at Kelly Field 14Jan41. Damaged landing at Temple 
					CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 29Mar41. Accident two miles south of Kelly Field 31Oct41. 
				429 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 12May41. Severely damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 5Nov41
				430 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 62nd Two Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly 
					Auxiliary Field #3, Castroville, TX 15Nov41. 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 26Jun42. 
				431 60th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Biloxi Municipal Airport, MS 6Feb41. Damaged during take-off from Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX 23Mar41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 3Jun41. 60th Two Engine Flying Training 
					Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash thirty miles northwest of Kelly Field 25Nov41 (1KIS). 
				432 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Accident at Brooks Field, TX 10Apr40. Severely damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 11May40. 
					66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Crashed 
					after engine failure when the pilot bailed out fifteen miles east of Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX 16May42
				433 2nd Staff Squadron, General Headquarters Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. Damaged with
					 structural failure landing at Bolling Field 16Sep39. 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #4, TX 3Aug40. 
					64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with BC-1 38-376 five miles north of Kelly Field 10Oct41. Damaged in collision
					with parked Beech AT-7 Navigator 41-1173 when taxying at Kelly Field 17Mar42. 
				434 23rd Pursuit Squadron, 36th Pursuit Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Brooks Field 10May40. 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
					Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 4Dec40. 
					Damaged in collision with BC-1-I 38-382 taxying at Brooks Field 19Jun41. Damaged after the 
					pilot lost control ¾ mile east of Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 18Dec41
				436  62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 62nd Two Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary 
					Field #3, Castroville, TX 1Jun42
				438 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with BC-1 38-443 at Kelly Field 7Sep40. Accident Texas 7Dec40. Crashed after a 
					mid-air collision with BC-1 38-443 and the pilot bailed out three miles northwest of Kelly Field 20Dec41.
				439 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #4, TX 10Oct41. Crashed after the pilot lost 
					control and bailed out two miles northwest of Encinal, TX 18Feb42. 66th Single Engine 
					Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when the 
					landing gear collapsed landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, Diltz, Floresville, TX 27Feb43. 
				440 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 61st School Squadron (Advanced 
					Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Kelly 
					Field 24Jan40. Advanced Flying School, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision 
					with BC-1-I 37-437 taxying at Brooks Field 8Jan43. 100th Base Unit, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY. Wrecked landing at Mitchel Field 7Jul44. 
				441 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940; 65th School Squadron (Advanced 
					Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
					and bailed out twelve miles west of Fairview, TX 22Oct40 (1KIS). 
				442 West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Substantially damaged when 
					force landed after fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Blairsville, PA 1Jan40. 62nd School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at 
					Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 27Feb42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Kelly Field 30Apr42. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 14May42. 66th School Squadron 
					(Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 
					38-385 taxying at Brooks Field 21Oct42. 
				443 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-438 at Kelly Field 7Sep40. 62nd School 
					Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Accident Texas 7Dec40. 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with BC-1 38-438 and the pilot bailed out three miles northwest of Kelly Field 20Dec41. 
				444 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged in a fatal mid-air collision with BC-1 37-436 and crashed three miles north of Kelly Field 27Mar40. 
				445 Converted to BC-1-I instrument trainer in Jan 1940.  65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying 
					School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-673
					 taxying at Brooks Field 4Dec40. Damaged when nosed over landing at Brooks Field 10Apr42. 
				446 Modified Jan40 to BC-1-I instrument trainer. 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
					Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 6Aug41. 
					12th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged taxying at Lamesa Field, TX 15Dec42. Crashed after fuel exhaustion twelve miles 
					east of Louisville, KY 30Apr43. 
			447 10th Air Base Squadron, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged landing at Chanute Field 
				30Oct40. 334th Air Base Squadron, Truax Field, Madison, WI. Wrecked while 
				parked in a collision by Consolidated RB-24E Liberator 41-28554 taxying at Truax Field 1Mar44.
38-448/450		North American BC-2
				MSN NA54-688/690.  Ordered as BC-1 but incorporated modifications for the NA-44 and completed as BC-2. 
				448 US Air Mission, Chile, Latin America Apr40. Used for familiarisation training for Chilean pilots 
					to fly their NA-44 aircraft. Surveyed Jan45. Sixth Air Force, Panama Canal Zone; used as a hack
				449 US Air Mission, Ecuador, Latin America. Surveyed Jan45. Sixth Air Force, Panama Canal Zone; used as a hack. 
				450 US Air Mission, Brazil, Latin America 11Apr40. US Air Mission, Chile 17Sep42. Surveyed 1Jan45. 
					Sixth Air Force, Panama Canal Zone; used as a hack. 
38-451//470		Stearman PT-13A
				MSN 750099/750118
				451 (MSN 750099) wrecked on takeoff Apr 17, 1944 at La Brea Field, CA
				453 (MSN 750101)  W/o Apr 13, 1945 at Carlstrom Field, FL
				456 (MSN 750104) W/o 4 Aug 1938 at Davenport Field, TX
				458 (MSN 750106) crashed 1 mi S of Guadalupe CA Sep 17, 1941. Pilot bailed out
				465 (MSN 750113) force landed Horseshoe Lake AR Jul 12, 1944. 
				468 (MSN 750116) wrecked Oct 9, 1939 at Rosedale Field, CA
				470 to civil registry as N57852, then G-BSDS Apr 6, 1990
38-471			Douglas XB-19
				MSN 2001.  Bulilt for experimental "Project D" long range bomber.  Originally designated XBLR-2, built as
					XB-19.  First flight Jun 27, 1941.  Delivered Oct 1941, to Wright Field Jan 23, 1942.  Modified 
					to cargo transport and dedesignated XB-19A Jan 1944.  Damaged by explosion on approach to Morrison
					Field, FL Jan 17, 1946.  To Davis Monthan Field for storage Aug 17, 1946.  Scrapped at Davis-Monthan Jul 1949
38-472/484		Curtiss YP-37
				MSN 12655/12667
				472 wrecked Jan 24, 1942
				473 wrecked Feb 9, 1941 in landing accident Spartanburg SC
				474 To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia for tests Feb 10,1941 Mar 3, 1941.
				476 to Biloxi as Class 26 instructional airframe
				477 to Ladd Field, Alaska for cold weather testing
				478 surveyed and condemned at Biloxi Feb 6, 1942
				479 to Chanute Field Nov 7, 1941
				480 to Chanute Field Sep 19, 1941.
				481 ground-looped Apr 8, 1941 at Ladd Field, Alaska and to Class 26
					instructional airframe Apr 8, 1941
				482 wrecked at Gulfport, MS Jan 5, 1942
				483 to class 26 instructional airframe at Chanute Field Nov 7,1941
				484 to class 26 instructional airframe at Sheppard Field, TX Nov 6, 1941
38-485			North American XB-21
				MSN 21-84.  Redesigated ZXB-21
38-486/495		Bell YFM-1 Airacuda
				486 WFU Jan 1942. To Class 26 March 1942  
				487 WFU Jan 1942. To Class 26 March 1942
				488 WFU Jan 1942. To Class 26 November 1941  
				489 modified as YFM-1B.  WFU Jan 1942.  To Class 26 October 1941
				490 modified as YFM-1B.  WFU Jan 1942.  To Class 26 April 1942
				491 WFU Jan 1942.  To Class 26 November 1941
				492 crashed at Aurora, NY, Jun 21, 1940 before delivery to USAAC.  On its final test flight from the 
					Buffalo factory prior to delivery to the Air Corps when the pilot and co-pilot 
					encountered problems recovering from a deliberate spin attempt which was part of the test flight profile. 
					Despite every effort to emerge from the spin, the aircraft would not respond, and it appeared that the 
					rudder had locked. The Co-pilot shut down the engines and waited for the propellers to come to a stop 
					before bailing out; because of the tandem seating, it was necessary for the copilot to exit the aircraft 
					first, and in doing so he struck the empennage, breaking his legs — and in the process, freeing the rudder.
					The pilot decided to stay with the aircraft and attempt an emergency landing. By this time, the aircraft 
					had lost sufficient altitude that there was not time to restart the engines.  The pilot put the Airacuda 
					down hard in a farmer's field, and walked away unhurt; the Airacuda was so badly damaged it had to be scrapped. 
				493 WFU Jan 1942.  To Class 26 November 1941
				494 WFU Jan 1942.  To Class 26 January 1942
				495 WFU Jan 1942.  To Class 26 January 1942
				By 1942, all nine surviving YFM-1 airframes had been flown by ferry crews to a training facility 
				at Chanute Field, Illinois where the aircraft were assigned to the 10th Air Base Squadron to be 
				used for ground crew instruction. By March 1942, all Airacudas had been scrapped
38-496/498		Bell YFM-1A Airacuda
				496 (10th ABG) forcelanded due to mechanical failure at Rankin, IL Sep 6, 1941
				497 crashed and burned Jan 22, 1942 at Dewey, Illinois on flight from Chanute Field to Keesler Field, MS
					when a broken oil line started a fire.  Both pilot and copilot bailed out, but the pilot was
					killed when his parachute failed to deploy.
				498 forcelanded due to engine failure at Orlando AAB, FL Oct 23, 1941.  To CL-26 Feb 1942
38-499/501		Douglas C-39
				MSN 2057/2059.  DC-2-243 for USAAC
				499 (MSN 2057) delivered Jan 16, 1939.  To Avensa at YV-AVG Sep 1, 1944.
					To Argentine Navy Aug 16, 1946.  To civil registry as LV-AVJ.
				500 (MSN 2058) delivered Feb 13, 1939.  To 3. Trp Sqdn Jun 1, 1939.  To PAA
					for Panagra Jul 22, 1944, then registered as C-103 for Avianca.  Sold to
					Aerovias SA Minas Gerais Aug 21, 1947, registered PP-MGA and crashed
					at Belo Horizonte, Brazil Mar 29, 1949
				501 (MSN 2059) delivered Mar 2, 1939. 1st Operational Training Unit, Rosecrans Field at St. Joseph, Missouri.
					Crashed at Sioux City, Iowa 31Jan44 [3KIS]. The plane was on a navigation flight from Rosecrans to the 
					Sioux City Army Air Field.  The plane landed safely at Sioux City. Later the plane took off from the 
					airfield and apparently suffered engine failure on the ? 2 engine which was reported to also be on fire. 
					The plane attempted to return to the airfield; it just cleared the tops of a 
					grove of cottonwood trees, traveled a little further, and then exploded upon striking the ground. 	
					WFU Feb 1944
38-502			Douglas C-41
				MSN 2053.  DC-2-253 used as staff transport for chief of staff of USAAC.  There is some controversy as to whether this
					plane is a DC-2 or a DC-3.  Francillon reports that the plane had a DC-2 fuselage and wings, but with DC-3 
					center section, undercarriage, and tail unit.   But we know she was converted on the production line. 
					To RFC in 1945 as surplus.  To Southern Airways as NC15473.  Then to CAA as N12, then to FAA as N43.  Registration N9416A 
					reserved in 1978, but not taken up.  To Southeast Missouri State University as N54595.  Eventually
					to Otis Spunkmeyer Air and refurbished and reregistered as NC41HQ.  Flown to Europe for 50th anniversary of D-Day.  
					N41HQ is still flying and people who have seen it report that it is definitely a DC-3 and not a DC-2.  Landings database 
					gives MSN of 1830-94, which doesn't make sense.  N41HQ is registered as a Model DC-3A 1830-94 with MSN 2053.
					Arthur Pearcy reports that the plane was converted on the production line as a DC-3A-253.
					The single C-41, the first U.S. military DC-3, has been incorrectly identified as a modified C-39 ever since 
					it was built and it still appears as such in some current publications. 
					Because of this error, photos of it have consistently been identified as the C-41A, an acknowledged DC-3, 
					and its absence from some official DC-3 lists (even at Douglas) has 
					resulted in an error in the total DC-3 count. The confusion with the C-39 results from the fact that the 
					C-41 was ordered as one article on the 37-airplane C-39 contract. 
					The description in the Army's Model Designation Book did not say that the C-41 was a C-39 converted from 
					cargo to passenger work; it said that it was similar to such a C-39.  While the Army serial, 38-502, 
					gives the impression that it was the fourth C-39, the C-41 was actually an off-the-shelf DC-3A with a 
					C/N four units ahead of the first C-39. In keeping with the Douglas practice of using a different dash 
					number for each DC-2/DC-3 variant, it was identified in the factory as a DC-3A-253.]
38-503			Douglas C-42
				MSN 2060.  DC-2-267 used as staff transport for commanding general of Air Force GHQ.  YV-AVJ Avensa 27Apr45.  
					0107 Argentine Navy "CTA-34", "3-0-4", "1-E-304" 16Aug46.   LV-GGT C A Fantinii Transaer 20Dec59.  
					Probably dbr 17May60 El Sosneado
38-504/535		Douglas C-39
				MSN 2061/2092.  DC-2-243 for USAAC.
				504 (MSN 2061) delivered May 15, 1939. Panama Jul 21, 1941, Puerto Rico Oct 8, 1942.  To CL-26 Puerto Rico Apr 1, 1944
				505 (MSN 2062) delivered May 15, 1939.  5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS Nichols Field Philippines 05Aug41. Escaped from 
					Mindanao in early 1942 operated in Australia as VH-CCA.   (21st TCS, 374th TCG) crashed NE of 
					Alice Springs, Australia May 25, 1942.  All 4 crew killed.  
				506 (MSN 2063) delivered May 2, 1939.  Damaged Jun 20, 1939 in landing at Offutt Field, NE.
					Sold Oct 30, 1944
				507 (MSN 2064) delivered May 31, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOH 
					(Unidas SA, then Aerovias Vega), later XB-SI( (Mercantil Proovedor
					Testla Gutierrez Oct 2, 1963.  
				508 (MSN 2065) delivered Jun 6, 1939.  To CL-26 at Rome Air Depot, NY May 6, 1943
				509 (MSN 2066) delivered Jun 9, 1939.  To 10th AF in India Oct 1942.  
					Cannibalized Nov 11, 1944
				510 (MSN 2067) delivered Jun 12, 1939.  To Panama Apr 1941 and 6th AF (20.Tpt Sqdn)
					in 1942.  W/o Apr 4, 1944 when ditched after ran out of fuel Alligator Pond Beach,
					Jamaica.  WFU Puerto Rico May 2, 1944
				511 (MSN 2068) delivered Jun 12, 1939.  Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 12Aug42 to 30Sep42. 
					To civil registry as YV-AZF for TACA from Dec 1944, to 1945
				512 (MSN 2069) delivered Jun 19, 1939. Collided with B-17 40-3069 at McClelland Field, CA 10Sep41
					To PAA Oct 30, 1944, transferred to
					CMA as XA-DOI.  Name change to Aeronaves de Mexico.  Leased to Unidas SA.  Later
					to XA-KUB (JJD Guisasola), XA-KIC (Linea Aerea Guerro Apr 6, 1952.
					Damaged Nov 18, 1961 when flying for Aerovias Vega and WFU
				513 (MSN 2070) delivered Jun 29, 1939.  Converted to C-42 VIP transport and sold to
					TACA Dec 12, 1944 (YV-AZI?).
				514 (MSN 2071) delivered Jun 26, 1939.  Crashed 2 mi N of Louisville, IN Dec 12, 1942
				515 (MSN 2072) delivered Jul 2, 1939.  7/7/39: Fairfield Air Depot, Patterson Field, OH. 
					7/10/39:1st Transport Squadron,10th Transport Group at Patterson. 
					6/20/41: TOS USAAF. 
					4/24/42: Fairfield Air Depot for a 3-month overhaul; total flying hours at this time was 2,289. 
					7/31/42: Bowman Field, KY.  For the next nine months the plane was assigned to numerous air 
						fields including Lawson Field, LA.; Kansas City Field, KS. and Sedalia Field, MO.  
					3/9/43: Middletown, PA, Air Depot, where it was used as a transport for over a year.  
						Part of the time at Middletown it was assigned to the 496th Air Base Squadron. 
					1944: Air Transport Command, Cincinnati, OH, for use as a ferry aircraft. 
 					2/45: SOC. It had accumulated over 5,000 flight hours.  To PAA Feb 23, 1945.  Sold to 
					Lineas Aereas Guerrero-Oaxaca, S. A. (LAGOSA), Mexico.
					same month as XA-DUF.  Later registered XB-YAV to RG Torres, then N6097 in 1956.
					WFU in 1959.  Returned to registry Feb 1969 for Leamaster Aerial Spraying.
					1969: Mr. R.G. Brown. 
					1970: Mr. R.W. Duff.  Mr. Duff donated the plane to the Air Force Museum in July 1970 
						and flew the plane to Wright Field where it was stored until the new museum was opened in August 1971.
					Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
				516 (MSN 2073) delivered Jul 10, 1939.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Virginia Jul 11, 1940 to Jul 22, 1940.  Crashed at Bethel, CN Nov 30, 1942
				517 (MSN 2074) delivered Jul 12, 1939.  To civil registry as YV-AVH (Avensa) then
					to Argentine Navy (0106, later CAT-33, then 3-0-3 and 1-E-303.  Sold to Transaer as
					LV-GU May 20, 1960
				518 (MSN 2075) delivered Jul 12, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOT for CMA
					Oct 30, 1944.  WFU
				519 (MSN 2076) delivered Jul 18, 1939.  To 5th AF in Australia Mar 9, 1942.  To
					Australian National Airlines as VH-CCG Jul 7, 1943.  Returned to USAAF May 3, 1944.
					WFU Aug 31, 1944.  To civl registry as VH-ARB for Australia National Airlines
					May 29, 1946, then Macair Jan 17,1948 and Guinea Air Traders May 28, 1948.
					Scrapped Jul 13, 1950.
				520 (MSN 2077) delivered Jul 18, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOQ for CMA Nov 18, 1944.
					Later leased to Unidas SA.  Crashed S. Luis Acatlan, Mexico Nov 27, 1951
				521 (MSN 2078) delivered Sep 26, 1939.  AMISCA May 14, 1942.  To 10th AF Sep 15, 1942.  WFU Aug 7, 1943
				522 (MSN 2079) delivered Aug 28, 1939.  To PAA Sep 15, 1944.  To Avianca as C-106, then
					Aerovias SA Aug 21, 1947.  To Estado do Minas Gerais as PP-MGP.  Then
					to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEC. To Prospec Aug 23, 1961, Arruda Sep 29, 1967,
					BASP Aerofotogrametric 1970, Servencin 1971 and IMSAJO 1973.
				523 (MSN 2080) delivered Jul 31, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOJ for GR Vega
					Sep 1944, lager MG Mendez.  WFU
				524 (MSN 2081) delivered Aug 2, 1939.  To 20 Tpt Sqdn Dec 2, 1941.
					Struck hill near Caomo, Puerto Rico Oct 1, 1942.  22 killed.
				525 (MSN 2082) delivered Aug 7, 1939.  Crashed into St Rouis River Mar 5, 1942
				526 (MSN 2083) delivered Aug 11, 1939.  To civil registry a YV-AVK for Avensa
					May 1945.  To Argentine Navy  Aug 16, 1946 (0103, then CTA-30, 3-0-1, and 1-E-301.
					To civil registry as LV-GGV for Transaer in 1959.  WFU at unknown date
				527 (MSN 2084) delivered Aug 7, 1939.  w/o Nov 15, 1943 when ground looped on takeoff at
					McClellan Field, California.  WFU Nov 19, 1943
				528 (MSN 2085) delivered Aug 10, 1949l  Converted to C-42 VIP transport.  To Argentina as YV-AVL
					Aug 16, 1946
				529 (MSN 2086) delivered Aug 14, 1939.  To civil registry as C-157 with TACA de
					Colombia Nov 18, 1944.  W/o Medellin Mar 1, 1946
				530 (MSN 2087) delivered Aug 18, 1939.  To Australia aboard SS Andrea Luckenhack 09Mar42.  5th AF Australia 09Mar42 
					to 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS to 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS Jan43 to S-4 317th TCG 14May43  Transferred
					to Australia National Airlines Dec 8, 1942.  Temporarily to VH-CCF, then VH-ARA.  
					Crashed Mar 9, 1944 at Molesworth
				531 (MSN 2088) delivered Aug 11, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOB for DMA
					Crashed near Oaxaca, Mexico Jul 14, 1955
				532 (MSN 2089) delivered Aug 17, 1939.  To 5th AF in Australia aboard SS Andrea Luckenhack 09Mar42. 
					5th AF 374th TCG 22nd TCS 09Mar42 to 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS until 02May43 when sent to depot ANA 06Jun43.
					To Australia National Airlines Jun 6, 1943.  Temporarily to VH-CCH, then to VH-ARC May 16, 1946.  
					To Macair Dec 7, 1947 and Guinea Air Traders Jun 21, 1949.  Damaged at Kerowagi, New Guinea Mar 16, 1949, 
					scrapped at Essendon Aug 1951
				533 (MSN 2090) delivered Sep 11, 1939.  Damaged Apr 29, 1941 in taxi accident at Salt Lake City Airport,
					Utah.
				534 (MSN 2091) delivered Sep 21, 1939.  Panama Jul 21, 1941, To 6th AF (20 Tpt Sqdn) Trinidad Dec 21, 1941.  Damaged Apr 6, 1942
					when ground looped at Waller Field, BWI.  Panama Dec 4, 1943, to USA Aug 24, 1944.  WFU.  To XA-DOS CMA Aug 24, 1944.
				535 (MSN 2092) delivered Sep 28, 1939.  WFU Oct 1944.
38-536/538		Lockheed C-40
				USAAC version of Model 12 commercial airliner.  Redesignated UC-40 in 1/1943.	
				536 was MSN 1247, ex NC18965.  Postwar as NC18965/N18965 then N9052, later N228M, then N10PB.  W/o in
					takeoff accident in Virginia Jan 17, 1973.  After accident registered as N55185 Apr 27, 1996.  Stored
					at Griffin, Georgia 1997 under restoration.  Cancelled Jun 27, 2013
				537 (MSN 1254) postwar N16026, later N36P.  Reengined with turboprop in late 1960s.  Damaged at Quintana Roo,
					Mexico Jun 24, 1974.  Repaired and crashed on takeoff at Pontiac, Michigan Aug 7, 1979, cancelled Apr 1993.
				538 (MSN 1255) w/o in accident at Kelly Field Oct 5, 1941.  Reported as repaired.  SOC in Alaska Feb 28, 1945.			
38-539/548		Lockheed C-40A
				MSN 1256/1265.  USAAC version of Model 12 commercial airliner.  Redesignated UC-40A in 1/1943.
				539 (MSN 1256) to NC49722, NC14278, NC4278, then N4278.  Cancelled Nov 7, 2012
				540 (MSN 1257) to PP-PBV, NC970, N970, N93L, N93R, still current.  In restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino,
					CA marked as 38-540.  Now on display at Yanks Air Museum.
				541 (MSN 1258) to NC19933, N19933
				542 (MSN 1259) destroyed in spin/stall accident at Paine Field, WA May 12, 1942.  Stated as wrecked when port
					undercarriage collapsed.  No mention of casualites.
				543 (MSN 1260) SOC Mar 1943
				544 (MSN 1261) to NC66151, N32J, N32JB, then N32J again.  Curent as N32J
				545 (MSN 1262) postwar NC48741, then N48741 with Pure Oil Co of Chicago, IL.  Later N37P, N299A, and N712FM.  
					In 2012 was registered as VH-HID
				546 (MSN 1263)  crashed near Wright Field, OH after midair 
					collision with C-54 41-37271 Jul 9, 1943
				547 (MSN 1264) to Cuban Army IM-18
				548 (MSN 1265) to NC801, NC69033, N69033. Damaged by engine failure and fire at Dillingham, Arkansas Jul 21, 1961.
38-549/555		Vultee YA-19
				MSN 132/138
				549 sent to Panama and initially used as Military Attache a/c in South America.  (48th Air Base Sqn) wrecked in 
					landing accident France Field CZ Nov 7, 1941.
				550 converted to XA-19B for engine tests.  Sent to Panama and initially used as Military Attache a/c in South America
				551 sent to Panama and initially used as Military Attache a/c in South America
				552 sent to Panama and initially used as Military Attache a/c in South America
					(72nd OG) crashlanded at Rio Hato, Canal Zone May 6, 1943
				553 sent to Panama and initially used as Military Attache a/c in South America
				554 converted for target towing.  Crashed near Howard Field,
					Canal Zone Apr 5, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				555 converted to XA-19A and later to XA-19C for engine tests
38-556/581		Grumman OA-9 Goose
				MSN 1022/1047.  Survivors redesignated A-9 in 1948.
				556 (MSN 1022) crashed Apr 4, 1939 on landing at Cleveland Airport
				557 (MSN 1023) crashed Dec 19, 1942 near St Johns, Newfoundland
				558 (MSN 1024) in landing accident at Wheeler Field, HI Oct 16, 1941.  Was with HQ, 18th ABG at Wheeler
					Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				559 (MSN 1025) w/o when ditched 4 mi NE of Madden Dam in Panama
					Jun 29, 1944.
				560 (MSN 1026) crashed Sep 30 1940 during takeoff from West Point, New York. Surveyed Feb 1941
				561 (MSN 1027) crashed Nov 22, 1939 on landing at Laguna De Bay, Rizal, Philippines
				562 (MSN 1028) in landing accident at Cat Cay, 90 mi SE of Palm
					Beach in the Caribbean Jun 2, 1945.  Survived to become NC86590 postwar, crashed Ketchikan AK May 31, 1947
				563 (MSN 1029) (2nd Staff Sqdn) crashed May 10, 1939 landing near Port Lookout, MD.
				564 (MSN 1030) redesignated ZA-9A Jun 11, 1948.  WFU Nov 1, 1949.  To N51600 May 18, 1953. To CF-HFF Uul 7, 1953.
					To N4221A Sep 1962.  Forced landing Jul 13, 1964 after engine torn off during take-off at Avalon, CA	
				565 (MSN 1031) crashed Feb 24, 1940 landing on Anacostia River, Washington, DC.
				566 (MSN 1032) in landing accident 10 mi W of New Amsterdam
					(Atkinson Field) in British Guiana Apr 24, 1946
				567 (MSN 1033) damaged Jul 6, 1943 in take-off accident at Georgetown, British Guiana; damaged Mar 4, 1944 in landing 
					accident at Zandery Field, British Guiana; WFU Mar 1947
				568 (MSN 1034) w/o when crashed 300 yd offshore of Kolo Molokai
					Jan 16, 1941
				569 (MSN 1035) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.  WFU Jun 11, 1945,  Probably 
					went to Chinese AF.  Probably became CIA (Air America) aircraft circa 1952.
				570 (MSN 1036) in accident at Boa Vista Brazil Nov 7, 1942
				571 (MSN 1037) DBR Jul 31, 1940 when force landing after engine failure at Rio Hato, Panama
				572 (MSN 1038) crashed Dec 12, 1939 while landing at Tigre Island, San Blas, Canal Zone, Panama
				573 (MSN 1039) in accident at Anachucuna Bay, Canal Zone Jul 7, 1942.
				574 (MSN 1040) DBR Jan 20, 1941
				575 (MSN 1041) in takeoff accident 300 yd offshore at Bellows
					Field, HI Nov 17, 1941.  Was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 18th PG on Dec 7, 1941 and destroyed
					in hangar by Japanese attack.
				576 (MSN 1042) in takeoff accident at Georgetown, British Guiana
					Jul 6, 1943, followed by landing accident Mar 4, 1944 at
					Zandery Field in Surinam. Condemned at Atkinson Field, British Guyana Mar 3, 1947 and broken up.
				577 (MSN 1043) wrecked and sank 9Dec40 when landing at Clear Lake, CA.
				578 (MSN 1044) WFU Sep45
				579 (MSN 1045) NX33178; returned to USAAF. To NC33178 1945; N33178 1954; N1309; C-99; N60X; C-GHAV Apr 1974. 
					Crashed May 6, 1991 at Squamish, BC
				580 (MSN 1046) WFU Jun 1944
				581 (MSN 1047) DBR Nov 17, 1942
38-582			Lockheed C-40B
				MSN 1266.  USAAF version of Model 12 Junior Electra commercial airliner.
				Used for tricycle tests.  Converted back to C-40A.   To Delta Airlines Jan 23, 1945 for use as pilot trainer
					and route survey ship.  Postwar NC14999, later N14999.  Sold to Transair, Inc Jul 11, 1946.  Crashed 
					Ardmore, Oklahoma at unknown date, and used for spares.
38-583/584		Boeing B-17B Fortress
				MSN 2030/2031
				583 delivered to Salt Lake City Sep 7, 1940; transferred to Scott Jul 24, 1943;  W/O 
					in landing accident Dec 4, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, Florida.
				584 delivered to Salt Lake City Sep 7, 1940; transferred to Lowry Jul 24, 1943; WO Oct 17, 1943.
					To Class 26 Oct 29, 1943 at Hobbs Field, NM.
38-585/609		Douglas B-18A
				MSN 2635/2659
				587 damaged Jun 24, 1941 in taxi accident at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico.
				588 damaged Aug 4, 1942 in ground accident at Albuquerque AAB, New Mexico.
				591 damaged Apr 7, 1942 in takeoff accident at Langley Field, Virginia
				592 damaged Apr 27, 1942 in taxi accident at Albuquerqu AAB, New Mexico.
				593 (B-18B) operated as firebomber N66267 1954-1970. In storage at
					Litchfield, AZ by Sep 1969.  Delivered to Pima Sep 5, 1976.
					Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				595 (55th School Sqn) force-landed after fire 2 mi N of Barksdale Field, LA Jul 7, 1941
				596 damaged May 7, 1943 in taxi accident at Big Spring AAB, Texas
				597 (56th School Sqdn) ground looped on takeoff  Mar 14, 1942 at Albuquerque AAB, NM 
				598 (96th Bomb Sqn) ran out of gas and ditched James River VA Jan 7, 1942. 3 killed, 4 injured
				599 crashed and burned on takeoff Jun 3, 1942 at Wright Field, OH 
				602 (5th BS) missing Apr 23, 1942 on patrol out of St Lucia, British West Indies.  MACR 15682
				603 (5th BS) wrecked on takeoff Nov 22, 1940 at Guatamala City, Guatamala
				604 Redesignated as RB-18A on Oct  22, 1942
				606 (34th BG, 18th BS) in landing accident at Westover Field, MA Dec 11, 1941. With 20th BS wrecked
					in takeoff accident Jun 19, 1942 at Meacham Field, Florida
				607 damaged Apr 267, 1942 in taxi accident at Duncan Field, Texas
				609 (6th Recon Sqdn) in takeoff acident Mar 4, 1942 at Sacramento Muni Airport, CA
38-610			Boeing B-17B Fortress
				MSN 2032.  Delivered to Salt Lake City Sep 7, 1940; transferred to Scott Jul 17, 1943.  Salvaged
					at Hendricks Field Oct 5, 1943.

				- 1939 - 

39-1/10			Boeing B-17B Fortress
				MSN 2033/2042
				1 w/o Sep 9, 1943.  To CL-26 Sep 13, 1943
				2 W/o Aug 4, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 4, 1943
				3 W/o Sep 24, 1943.  To CL-26 Sep 14, 1943
				4 returned to USA Sep 11, 1943.  Surveyed Jan 26, 1945
				5 crashed outside of USA and dropped from records Aug 6, 1942
				6 w/o Oct 4, 1942, to reclamation Jan 3, 1946
				7 w/o Aug 7, 1943, to reclamation Jan 3, 1946
				8 w/o Jul 18, 1942 at North Reading, MA.  Scrapped at North Reading, MA Oct 2, 1942.
				9 crashed in Newfoundland Jan 16, 1942.
				10 w/o Aug 4, 1943, to CL-26 Aug 6, 1943.
39-11			Boeing B-17B Fortress
				Contract cancelled
39-12/26		Douglas B-18A
				MSN 2660/2674
				12 to RFC at McKellar Oct 14, 1944
				13 off inventory by Aug 1, 1945
				14 to RFC at McKellar Dec 16, 1944
				15 surveyed Jun 20, 1944
				16 wrecked 25 mi S of Albuquerque, MN Apr 3, 1942 when both engines quit
					and crew bailed out
				17 (34th BG, 18th BS) w/o in landing accident at Westover Field, Ma Dec 11, 1941.  Surveyed at Westover Jul 25,1942.
				18 redesignated RB-18A Oct 22, 1942.  Burned out at March Field Mar 5, 1943
				19 to DPC at Bush Field Jan 31, 1945
				20 scrapped at Lowry Aug 3, 1945
				21 to reclamation Aug 14, 1945
				22 crashed near Watkins, CO in bad weather Aug 22, 1944.  9 killed
				23 Redesignated as RB-18A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 21 Jan 1944 at Amchitka, AK
				24 off inventory Apr 1,1944
				25 Built in 1939, this plane was redesignated as RB-18A (restricted) October 22, 1942 
					and used at several air fields as a bombardier trainer and light transport. 
					It was sent to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation at McKeller, TN on 
					November 3, 1944.  In 1945 it was purchased by an unknown aircraft dealer, 
					registered NC62477, and in January 1946 ferried to Jackson, TN. It was then 
					purchased by a man in Oklahoma and sold to Great Plains Airlines of Tulsa in 
					March 1946, who installed a cargo door and fitted the plane for freight hauling. 
					In September 1948 it was sold to Aero Exploration of Tulsa, who used it for 
					oil exploration survey work with a magnetometer.  In May 1951 it was sold to 
					Leo J. Demers of Salem, OR, who converted it for agricultural spraying. 
					In 1956 the plane was bought by the Stevenson Company of Spenard, AK, and 
					was modified for cargo work on rough gravel strips, and he skinned over the 
					bomb-bay doors. Roger Stedman of Miami, FL, was the next owner in October 1958. 
					He sold it to Cuban revolutionaries who were caught using it for gun-running 
					from Florida, so it was impounded in Miami and given back to Mr. Stedman. 
					He sold it in January 1961 to F. Daniel Bennett, who sold it to the NMUSAF 
					in 1961 (although there is a discrepancy on the ‘net which says it was 1960 
					to the Museum after the impoundment, and that last owner didn’t exist). 
					The plane was moved to the new museum facility in October 1970.  In 1980 
					the plane was flown by C-5A to Cannon AFB for display there, and then in 
					August 1988 it took another C-5A ride to Lowry AFB, CO for its current 
					resting place, the Wings Over the Rockies Museum, where it has been fully restored,
					painted as 39-522
.  				26 missing in bad weather out of McClelland Field, CA Feb 3, 1942.  Crashed into
					Wolfe Mountin 75 mi E of Princeton, OR Feb 4, 1942. All on
					board killed, not found until Aug 1942.
39-27/64		Douglas B-23 Dragon
				MSN 2713/2750.  Ordered as B-18A but contract changed to B-23
				27 (MSN 2713) first flight Jul 27, 1939.  Damaged on landing at Eglin Field, FL Feb 2, 1941.  SOC Apr 9, 1942.
				28 (MSN 2714) to RFC Apr 5,1945.  To Starling Airports as NX54584, later NC54584.  To 
					National Distillers Products as N100P in 1954.  To Green Bay Packaging
					Inc as N58091.  Off registry by Feb 1980.  Landings database has this plane
					registered to Lorenair, Inc of Miami, FL as N58091 Mar 6, 1970.  Cancelled Feb 21, 2013.
				29 (MSN 2715) redesignated UC-67 Jan 1, 1943.  W/o May 31, 1943 at Austin, NV.  SOC Jun 8, 1943.
				30 (MSN 2716) to RFC at McKellar Dec 14, 1944.  To Pan Am as NR48909 in 1945.  To General Tire and Rubber
					Co as N1G.  Off registry by Jan 1964.
				31 (MSN 2717) redesignated UC-67 Dec 4, 1941.  To RFC at McKellar Field Sep 2, 1944.  To Pan Am as N4000W in 
					1947.  Re-registered as N4000U Sep 20, 1968 to Carolina Aircraft Corp.  Cancelled  Dec 17, 1968 on
					export to Ecuador.  To Cia Ecuatoriana de Aviacion as
					HC-APV in Dec 1968.  Preserved in Ecuadorian Air Museum, Quito, Ecuador as HC-APV
					Warbirds Worldwide Directory had it registered 1954 to Pan
					American World Airways as N400W, used by Juan Trippe as
					executive transport.  Reregistered N4000W in 1959, sold Aug 29, 1968
					to Carolina Aircraft Corp of Miami FL and in Dec 1959 to
					Ecuatoriana of Quito, Ecuador as HC-APV.  WFU at Quito in 
					1975.  By 1988 was at Museo Aereo de FAE, Mariscal Susre AB, Quito, Ecuador.
				32 (MSN 2718) used by Pratt & Whitney for trials of R-2800.  To RFC at Patterson Field Jun 2, 1945.  
					Subsequent fate unknown, presumably sold for scrap.
				33 (MSN 2719) to RFC at McKellar Field Dec 2, 1944.  To Howard Hughes as NC49548 6/2/1945 for conversion to business aircraft.  
					To Gar Wood Industries 12/15/1945 as NC747.  Later re-registered as N747M.  
					To Rexall Drug Co in 1951, Food Machinery Corp in 1954,
					To Monarch Aviation as N747M in 1966.  To Douglas B-23 of Montery Inc May 1978.  
					Sale reported July 1988.  Acquired on lease from World Airways
					by Douglas Historical Foundation of Long Beach, CA and
					placed on display 1984 at Douglas plant.  Registered N747M Jan 28, 2011 to Pissed Away, current.
				34 (MSN 2720) redesignated UC-67 Jan 6, 1942.  To Class 26 instructional airframe at Gravely Point, WA Jun 20, 1943.
					Subsequent fate unknown, presumably scrapped.
				35 (MSN 2721) converted to UC-67 Jan 6, 1942.  To RFC at Bush Field Nov 18, 1944.  Subsequent fate unknown,
					presumably sold for scrap.
				36 (MSN 2722) redesignated UC-67 Jul 23, 1944.  To RFC at Bush Field Sep 8, 1944.  To Paul Mantz Air Services as
					NC52327 in 1945.  To California Oil Co as N52327 in 1947.  To Westernair in 1970,
					Data Flight, Inc in 1971.  Operated in 1974 by the University of Washington for the Air Force Cambridge 
					Research Laboratory.   Used to sample cloud particles for a project sponsored by the Space & Missile Systems Organization.
					To Spurling Aviation, Ltd in 1977, to Puget Sound Helicopters Jan 1981, Univ of WA Nov 1982.  To McChord Air 
					Museum, Washington Dec 11, 1985, where it is now on display.  Damaged in landing at Kingman,
					AZ Jun 1984.  Restored to military configuration at Mojave in 1985 and ownership passed to USAFM.  Registration 
					N52327 cancelled Jun 27, 2013
				37 (MSN 2723) to RFC at Bush Field Jan 24, 1945.  Ro John Galbreath as NR41821 1947.  To Union Oil Co of CA as 
					N41821 in 1945, to Westinghouse Co 1955.  To A. J. Dewitt as N80N in 1964.
					To Medical Electronics, Inc in 1966, to J. H. Logsdon, Ptnrs in 1968, to Robert P. Schaefli
					in 1977, to J. Pl Boy in 1981.  Now at USAF Museum, OH undergoing restoration.
				38 (MSN 2724) to RFC at Bush Field May 11, 1945.  To Henry J. Kaiser Co as NR56249 in 1947. To Standard Oil of 
					California as NC56249, later N56249, later N62G in 1964.  Sold to Confederate Air Force in 1973.
					No longer flyable, by 2003 on static display at Midland AP, TX.  Sold by CAF to 1941 Historical Aircraft 
					Group Museum, Geneseo, NY. In Mar 2009 aircraft was being dismantled for shipment to Geneseo.  Sale
					reported Dec 2, 2009.  Registration N62G cancelled Aug 20, 2013
				39 (MSN 2725) redesignated UC-67 Dec 9, 1941.  To RFC at Patterson Field Jul 2, 1944.  Subsequent history unknown,
					presumably sold for scrap.
				40 (MSN 2726) W/o Jun 16, 1942 at March Field, Riverside, CA .  Relegated to Class 26 instructiional airframe Sep 17, 1942
				41 (MSN 2727) converted to UC-67 Feb 19, 1943. To RFC Bush Field, GA 6/7/45. In 1946 NR61666 General 
					Motors Corp.; reregistered NC61666 in 1947. In 1954 N61666 D. D. Feldman. In 1964 General 
					Electric Corp. July 1966 Airlease Inc. Abandoned in Argentina 1967.  In 1968 to R. L. York. 
					Acquired 1969 by Harris Trust and Savings Bank Corp of Chicago (may have been confiscated from previous owner). 
					Registered N61666 Oct 31, 1968 to Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Cancelled Dec 17, 1971. 
				42 (MSN 2728) wrecked near Beaumont CA Oct 12, 1941 and SOC.
				43 (MSN 2729) redesignated UC-67 Dec 27, 1941.  Crashed near Flomaton, Alabama Jan 26, 1943. 10 killed
				44 (MSN 2730) redesignated UC-67 Dec 4, 1941. To RFC Bush Field, GA Jan 20, 1945. To Hughes Tool Co as NR49811
					in 1945 for conversion to business aircraft, later NC49811 and N49811.  In March 1949 (or 1954?) to National Supply Co. In 1964 
					Madden and Smith Aircraft Corp as N777X.  In 1966 to Capital Reserve Corp as N744Q. In 1970 
					to Wm Dixie Stores as N141W. Cancelled by February 1980.
				45 (MSN 2731) designated as Class 26 instructional airframe May 8, 1942.  SOC Jul 24, 1942.  
					Condemned at McChord Field, WA
				46 (MSN 2732) to RFC Ontario, CA May 1, 1945. In 1945 to Howard Hughes as NR53253 for conversion to business 
					aircraft.  To Gar Wood Industries Inc as NR53253. In 1954 
					to Tennessee Gas Transmission Co as N53253. In 1964 to Ammann Division Inc. 
					In 1966 to Gulf & Western. Registered N53253 Mar 17, 1970 to EM Luke.  Cancelled 1971 but sale reported by February 1980.  Landings
					database has this plane being sold to an owner in Oklahoma City, OK.
					Registration N53253 cancelled Nov 13, 2012
				47 (MSN 2733) redesignated UC-67 Jan 4, 1942. Used as staff transport by General C. E. Bradshaw in 1944.
					To RFC Bush Field, GA Jul 4, 1945.  In 1945 to United 
					Rexall Drug Co as NR45361. In 1954 to General Electric Co as N45361. Later to 
					L. B. Smith as N8650E. In 1964 to Interpublic Inc as N409ME.  In 1968 to Laboratory 
					for Electronics, Inc.  Reregistered as N880L by 1968.  In 1970 to Jenney Flight 
					Engineering Inc as N880L.  To M. Jones in 1977.  To Leroy W. Richards in 1981.  Sold to USAF Museum Jan 22, 1985.
					To Castle AFB where it is now on display.   The Castle Museum C-67 has alternatively been quoted as
					MSN 2731 ex 39-45.  Registration N880L cancelled Nov 15, 2012. The registration N45531 has also been associated with this aircraft.
				48 (MSN 2734) to RFC at McKellar Nov 7, 1944.  To Pacific Lumber Co as NC67000 Jul 2, 1946 (some sources have Howard Hughes as
					being associated with this plane between 1944 and 1946.  His company may have converted the plane to 
					business transport).   Crashed while landing at Akron-Canton, Ohio March 29, 1954. 
					All 6 occupants injured.  Registration cancelled Jun 1, 1954. 
				49 (MSN 2735) redesignated as RB-23 on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 22 Oct 1942 at High Rock, NC.  Relegated to instructional 
					airframe Nov 26, 1942.  
				50 (MSN 2736) loaned to General Electric Feb 20, 1942, then to American Airlines Nov 12, 1942.  Condemned
					Feb 19, 1944 and may have been disposed of through RFC.
				51 (MSN 2737) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 7, 1944. To Roscoe Turner in 1947 as NX61Y.  To Celanese 
				    Corp of America in 1954 as N61Y. Subsequently to Pittsburg Construction Co as N34C. To Consolidated 
					Coal Co as N534C as 1964. To Ohio State University in 1966. Later became N230SU.  To Founders Investment Corp as 
					N534J in 1968. To Airlease Inc in 1969. registered N534J Jul 7, 1971 to Aircraft Surplus Co.
					Cancelled Dec 2, 1971.  Acquired by USAFM and put on display in 1974 at Pima 
					Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				52 (MSN 2738) crashed McCall, Idaho Jan 29, 1943.   Crew recovered some time after Feb 13.
				53 (MSN 2739) converted to RB-23.  Operated from Muroc Dry Lake, CA as control ship for Culver PQ-8 target. 
					To RFC/scrap, Patterson Field May 31, 1945.  To Lehman Bros as NR58092 
					in 1947.  To H. K. Porter Co as N58092 in 1954.  To Monarch Aviation Inc in 1966. 
					To Trans Aero Systems Inc in 1969. Cancelled by July 1971.
				54 (MSN 2740) redesignated UC-67.  Designated as Class 26 instructional airframe Aug 31, 1943.  Subsequent
					history unknown.
				55 (MSN 2741) redesignated UC-67 Nov 24, 1942.  Forced landing in Potomac River near Washington DC Jan 22, 1943 
					after engine failure.  To CL-26 at Bolling Field Feb 9, 1943
				56 (MSN 2742) to RFC Patterson Field, Savanna GA Jun 5, 1945
				57 (MSN 2743) redesignated UC-67 Dec 24, 1941.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 4, 1944.  To Pan Am
					as NR33309 in 1945, later to Hearst Corp.  Registered N400B.  To E. W. Scripps Co of Cincinnati as N4000B in 1954.  
					To Purdue University in 1969.  To Dennis Sherman in 1970.  To P&M Supply Co in 1977.
					To T. M. Page in May 1978.  To Kermit Weeks in May 1984. Registered N4000B May 4, 1987 to Weeks Air Museum,.
					Was on display at Weeks Air Museum, Miami, FL, now moved to Fantasy of Flight museum at Polk City.   
					Currently registered to Worlds Greatest Aircraft Collection.
				58 (MSN 2744) redesignated UC-67 Dec 23, 1941.  To RFC at Grenier Field, NH Jul 6, 1945.  To Hugh McL.
					Fenwick as NR69333 in 1947.  Off registry by Jan 1964.
				59 (MSN 2745) redesignated UC-67 Jan 8, 1943.  Loaned to Boeing Apr 9, 1943.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN
					Dec 14, 1944.  To PanAm as NR49981 in 1945.  To Esso Shipping Co as N4989W in 1954.  Registered N86E 8Feb63 to 
					John W. Mecom.   Cancelled 6Sep72.   Instructional airframe for the Delta Technical School at Athens (Hellinikon) Airport, 
					Abandoned at Athens APT in 1969 and still there in 1986.  Broken up in the Summer of 1986..  
				60 (MSN 2746) to RFC at MCKellar Field Feb 15, 1944. to Howard Hughes as NC44890 5/23/1945 for conversion to business aircraft.  
					Crashed on a dirt strip south of Mount Shasta, CA Oct 20, 1951.  Pilot, copilot, and two 
					passengers uninjured, but aircraft destroyed by fire.
				61 (MSN 2747) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN.  To DPC as NR18647 in 1946.  To PanAm later that year as NNC18647.
					To Corning Glass Works in 1947.  To National Steel Corp as N18647 in 1954.  Off registry by 1964.
				62 (MSN 2748) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Oct 11, 1944.  To PanAm as NR33310 in 1945, later reregistered
					as NC33310.  In 1947 to C&R Turner as N33310.  To General Electric Co in 1954.  To Palm Beach
					Yacht Sales in 1966. To Sharmex SA of Mexico Aug 1966 as XB-PUR, registration cancelled
					Nov 1967. To P. T. Sharples as N1755 in 1968.  To Omni Investment Corp in 1969.
					To Transport Leasing Corp in 1970.  Withdrawn from use in Panama, off registry by Feb 1980. 
					Was abandoned at Panama and impounded for non-payment of parking dues.  Derelict at
					Panama City, Canal Zone by Jun 1973.  Broken up in 1978. 
				63 (MSN 2749) redesignated UC-67.  To Standard Oil Co of New Jersey as NR47994 in 1947.  To Esso Shipping
					Co as N47994 in 1954.  To Le Tourneau Westinghouse as N777L and later N777LW.  To Appliance
					Buyers Credit Corp in 1964.  To B. McCreary and partner in Jan 1969.  Still on registry to 
					Robert Schlaeffli of Moses Lake, WA.  
				64 (MSN 2750) redsignated UC-67 Dec 23, 1941. To PanAM Aug 3, 1943.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN 9/3/44.
					to Pan Am as NR33311 in 1945.  Later reregistered as NX33311.  To General Electric Co as
					N33311 in 1954.  To Los Angeles Trade Tech, CA in 1963 as instructional
					airframe.  Off registry by Jul 1966.  Set on fire by vandals and scrapped 1969.
39-65/138		North American O-47B
				Model GA-15.  MSN 51-978/1051.
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				65 Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged taxying in bad weather at 
					Wright Field 5Apr43.  Defense Plant Corporation, Bush Field GA 12/8/44
				66 97th Observation Squadron, IV Corps, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. 66th Observation Group 1Sep41. 
					Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure at Opelousas, LA 3Sep41. 
					San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Duncan 
					Field 11Jan42. 6th Tow Target Squadron, Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TX. Damaged taxying at 
					Biggs Field 14Jun43. Redesignated as RO-47B. 215th Base Unit (Combat Crew 
					Training Station-Heavy), Pueblo AAB, CO. Substantially damaged landing at Pueblo AAB 1Jul44.
				67 97th Observation Squadron, IV Corps, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. 
					Substantially damaged when force landed with mechanical failure at Fairmont, GA 10Jul41. 
					Surveyed Feb 14, 1944
				68 3rd Tow Target Squadron, Camp Davis Field, NC. Crash landed after engine 
					failure at Camp Davis Field 5Aug43.   To RFC McKeller Field, Jackson,TN 10/5/44
					Registered 1946 as NC73717; cancelled 10May49.
				69 106th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, 36th Street Airport, Miami, FL. 
					Went  missing off Dry Tortugas Light House, FL Feb 15, 1942.  3 crew MIA
				70 97th Observation Squadron, IV Corps, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. Substantially 
					damaged landing at Lawson Field 14Jul41. Redesignated as RO-47B. 111th 
					Base Unit (Search Attack and Staging), Langley Field, VA. Damaged taxying at 
					Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 17Apr44.  To reclamation Nov 2, 1944
				71 97th Observation Squadron, Third Corps Area, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY. Substantially damaged landing at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 
					26Apr40. 343rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. 
					Substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed during landing at Tyndall Field 24Feb43.  
					To CL-26 Mar 5, 1943
				72 2nd Tow Target Squadron, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. Ditched in 
					Long Island Sound en route Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT to Mitchel Field 10Feb43 (2KIS). .  
					Condemned Dec 11, 1943
				73 scrapped Bolling Field Oct 28, 1944.
				74 97th Observation Squadron, Third Corps Area, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 
					IV Corps 2Oct40. Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA 20Nov40. Damaged taxying at
					 Lawson Field 5Apr41. Accident at Lawson Field 7Apr41. Damaged landing at 
					Lawson Field 18Jul41,    To RFC at McKellar Field,Jackson, TN Sep 23, 1944
				75 condemned Jan 4, 1943.
				76 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, 
					Oahu, TH. Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, TH 15Mar41.
					 Damaged landing at Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 29Oct41
					Destroyed in depot shop in Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				77 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. Seventh Air Force 5Feb42. 
					Hilo Airport, TH Jun42. Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH 17Aug42. 86th Reconnaissance 
					Squadron 31May43. 86th Combat Mapping Squadron 13Nov43. Crashed after a fatal 
					mid-air collision at Barbers Point, Oahu, TH 4Jan44 (3KIS).  Condemned Jan 31, 1944
				78 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. HQ Squadron. 
					Redesignated as RO-47B. Wrecked when force landed after engine failure 100 yards 
					offshore at Fort Weaver, Keahi Point, Honolulu, TH 7Nov41.
				79 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. Redesignated as RO-47B. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Bellows Field 25Sep41.  Destroyed in depot shop in Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				80 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. 
					Damaged landing at Bellows Field 14Jul41.  Salvaged Oct 20, 1944
				81 condemned May 29, 1943
				82 condemned Jun 25, 1942.
				83 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41
					Wrecked Aug 12, 1941 near Haleiwa, Oahu in midair with O-47B 39-83.  Pilot bailed out.
				84 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41
					Wrecked Nov 17, 1941 on takeoff at Bellows Field, Oahu
				85 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. 
					Damaged landing at Haleiwa Fighter Landing Field, Oahu, TH 8Jan41. 
					71th Air Base Squadron, 18th Air Base Group, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH [Dec41]. 
					Salvaged Oct 20, 1944.
				86 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with O-47B 39-83 four miles offshore at Haleiwa 12Aug41
					Condemned Jul 31, 1944.
				87 86th Observation Squadron, Hawaiian Department, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Oahu, TH. 
					Hawaiian Air Force 1Nov40. Bellows Field, Waimanalo, TH 15Mar41. 
					Redesignated as RO-47B. Substantially damaged landing at Bellows Field 12Sep41
					Destroyed in depot shop in Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				88 salvaged Oct 20, 1944
				89 to Defense Plant Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA Apr 8, 1945
				90 106th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, 36th Street Airport, Miami, FL. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Miami Municipal Airport 7Mar42. 
					112th Observation Squadron, 65th Observation Group, Lantana Airport, West Palm Beach, FL
					Ditched due to engine failure 10 mi off Port Everglades, FL Oct 8, 1942.
				91 to RFC at McKellar Field, Jackson, TN Nov 2, 1944
				92 125th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, Abilene Field, TX. 
					DeRidder Field, LA 26Jul42.  Wrecked when force landed after engine failure Aug 27, 1942, College Park, GA.
				93 47th Air Base Squadron, Salinas, Santa Elena, Ecuador. Accident taking off 
					from Guayaquil, Ecuador 16Dec42.  .Condemned Sep 3, 1945.
				94 113th Observation Squadron, 38th Aviation Division, Indiana National Guard, 
					Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Chicago Municipal 
					Airport, Midway, IL 7Jul40. New Orleans AAB, LA. 
					Wrecked when crashed on take off after engine failure Jan 6, 1943 at New Orleans AAB, LA a
					nd damaged beyond repair
				95 101st Observation Squadron, VI Army Corps, Boston Airport, MA. 
					Damaged landing at Boston Airport 12Jun41.  To RFC at McKellar Field, Jackson, TN Sep 4, 1944.
					Registered 1946 as NC73715 with MSN 3895; cancelled 10May49
				96 107th Observation Squadron, Michigan National Guard, Wayne County Airport, 
					Detroit, MI. Damaged taxying at Camp McCoy, WI 16Aug40. 107th Observation 
					Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, LA. 
					Crashed after engine failure during take-off from Esler Field 11Apr41 (Pilot killed). 
					Redesignated as RO-47B. 110th Observation Squadron, VII Army Corps, Adams Field,
					 Little Rock, AR. Accident taking off from Texarkana Municipal Airport, AR 29Aug41.
				97 109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, 34th Division Aviation, 
					Minnesota National Guard, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN. Damaged in an accident 
					at Holman Field 21Jan40.   Condemned Apr 4, 1942
				98 Delivered to US Army Air Corps 29Dec39. Missouri National Guard, Robertson Field, 
					St. Louis, MO Jan40. 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, LA. 
					82nd Observation Squadron, 69th Observation Group, Salinas AAB, CA. 110th Observation 
					Squadron, 71st Observation Group, Salinas AAB, CA 22Dec41. Damaged landing at 
					Hamilton Field, Novato, CA 31Dec41. Third Air Force, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, 
					Alexandria, LA. Damaged in a collision with Bell P-39D Airacobra 41-6912 taxying at 
					Esler Field 1Feb44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA Sep45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC73716; cancelled. Operated by General Aerial Surveys, Inc., for 
					aerial surveys and aerial photography. Salvaged and sold for scrap. Mr. William A. “Bill” 
					Dempsay of Rantoul, Kansas bought the aircraft in 1965. He ferried the aircraft to his 
					grass airstrip on the southern edge of Rantoul. Initially, Mr. Dempsay planned to convert 
					the O-47 into an aerial sprayer but knowing he had a rather rare aircraft, did not carry 
					through with this plan. He removed the plane’s control surfaces and occasionally turned 
					over the engine, but the O-47 basically sat in one spot for the next 17 years. 
					Registered 17May76 as N73716. Combat Air Museum acquired the airplane on loan May 1982. 
					Loaned to and on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS Aug82. Sold Jun14. Registration current [Jul20].
				99 104th Observation Squadron, 29th Aviation Division, Maryland National Guard, Logan 
					Field, Baltimore, MD. Damaged taxying at Logan Field, MD 13Jul40. II Army Corps 3Feb41. 
					Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure one mile north of Tolchester, 
					west of Chestertown, MD 11Dec41..  Condemned for wear and tear Jan 29, 1942
				100 102nd Observation Squadron, 71st Observation Group, San Bernardino Field, CA. 
					Attached to 69th Observation Group Dec41. Damaged taxying at Morrow Field, 
					Rialto, CA 16Mar42.    Surveyed Oct 11, 1943.
				101 126th Observation Squadron, 59th Observation Group, Fort Dix AAB, Wrightstown, NJ. 
					Damaged while parked by North American BC-1A 39-809 landing at 
					Marston Strip, NC 29Nov41.  Condemned Dec 31, 1941
				102 Accident North Carolina 21Aug43.  to RFC at McKellar Field, Jackson, TN Sep 8, 1944.
				103 to CL-26 May 30, 1942
				104 118th Observation Squadron, 43rd Aviation Division, Connecticut National 
					Guard, Brainard Field, Hartford, CT.   Wrecked when crew bailed out in bad weather at Crawfield, MS Mar 13, 1940.
				105 to RFC McKellar Field, Jackson, TN 9/21/44
				106 Redesignated as RO-47B. 111th Observation Squadron, VIII Army Corps, 
					Brownwood Field, TX. Third Army Jun41. III Air Support Command 1Sep41
					Wrecked while landing at Houston Municipal Airport, TX Sep 6, 1941.
				107 26th Reconnaissance Squadron, 70th Reconnaissance Group, Salinas AAB, CA. 
					26th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 70th Tactical Reconnaissance Group 11Aug43. 
					Redmond AAB, OR 16Aug43. Substantially damaged taxying at Redmond AAB 27Aug43. 
					87th Sub Depot, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ.    pilot bailed out Nov 19, 1943 over Eagle Point, OR due to icing conditions 
					and landed on Ginger Rogers' ranch between Eagle Point and Shady Cove, OR 19Nov43.
				108 106th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, Jacksonville Field, FL. Damaged 
					taxying at Hunter Field, Savannah, GA 25Aug41. 9th Observation Squadron, 
					59th Observation Group, I Ground Air Support Command, Fort Dix AAB, Trenton, NJ.
					First Air Force 21Aug42.   W/o Sep 23, 1942 when force landed due to engine failure
					at Manalapan, NJ.  To CL-26 Oct 8, 1942.
				109 to RFC at McKellar Field, Jackson, TN Sep 22, 1944.  Registered 1946 as NC73723; cancelled 10May49
				110 Redesignated as RO-47B. 36th Service Squadron, 31st Service Group, Herbert Smart Field, Macon, GA. 
					Wrecked when force landed after engine failure seven miles northeast of Columbia, TN 6May44..   
					To reclamation at Brookley Field, Mobile, AL Oct 19, 1945
				111 108th Observation Squadron, 72nd Observation Group, Chicago Municipal Airport, Midway, IL. 
					Damaged taxying at Chicago Municipal Airport 22Dec41. 4th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					Antilles Air Command, Losey Field, Puerto Rico. Substantially damaged landing at 
					Losey Field 30Sep43.  . Salvaged Jan 10, 1946
				112 (MSN 51-1025) Redesignated as RO-47B. 113th Observation Squadron, 
					Five Corps Area, Key Field, Meridian, MS. 67th Observation Group 1Sep41. 
					Substantially damaged after engine failure taking off from Lafayette Airport, LA 4Sep41. 
					1113th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, DeRidder Field, LA. Substantially 
					damaged after engine failure taking off from Shreveport Municipal Airport, LA 5Sep42. 
					384th Bomb Squadron, 311th Bomb Group, Waycross Field, GA. Damaged taxying at 
					Waycross Field 11Apr43. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN 
					16Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC73722; N73722. Registered 1963 as XB-YUW to Compania
					 Mexicana Aerophoto, Mexico City, Mexico. Registered 1968 as N73722; sale reported 14Jan82,\
					 cancelled 16Oct12. USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 1978. 
					Restored by the 179th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Ohio Air National Guard, 
					Mansfield, OH. Displayed at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Wright-Patterson 
					AFB, Dayton, OH. It is displayed in the markings of an O-47A, 37-328, belonging to the 
					112th Observation Squadron of the Ohio National Guard.
				113 16th Photographic Squadron, 1st Mapping Group, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. 
					Damaged when nosed over taxying at Bolling Field 13Sep42.  to RFC at McKellar Field, Jackson, TN Oct 30, 1944
				114 condemned acccident Mar 29, 1944
				115 surveyed at Brookley Field, Mobile, AL Jan 14 ,1944
				116 salvaged Mar 28, 1944
				117 112th Observation Squadron, I Army Corps, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
					65th Observation Group 1Sep41. Substantially damaged when force landed with 
					fuel exhaustion at Herlocker Dairy Farm, northwest Albemarle, NC 10Sep41. 
					Redesignated as RO-47B. 3rd Tow Target Squadron, Camp Davis Field, NC. Damaged 
					by mechanical failure landing at Pope Field 4Mar43. Substantially damaged in a 
					collision with Douglas A-24A Banshee 42-6692 taxying at Camp Davis Field 6Aug43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN 14Oct44. 
					Registered 1946 as NC73721; cancelled 10May49
				118 Redesignated as RO-47B. 235th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Very Heavy), 
					16th Bomber Operational Training Wing, Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TX. Damaged taxying 
					at Biggs Field 21Apr44. Wrecked after a mid-air collision with an object at Meacham
					 Field, Fort Worth, TX 17Jun44..  To reclamation at Meacham Field, Ft Worth Apr 1, 1946.
				119 30th Observation Squadron, 75th Observation Group, II Air Support Command, Birmingham 
					Field, AL. III Ground Air Support 24May42. Damaged landing at Key Field, Meridian, MS 
					22Sep42. Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged when nosed over 
					taxying at Wright Field 5Nov43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, McKellar Field, 
					Jackson, TN 22Sep44. Registered 1946 as NC73718; cancelled 10May49.
				120 116th Observation Squadron, 70th Observation Group, Gray Field, Fort Lewis, 
					Tacoma, WA. Wrecked in an accident taking off from Gray Field 8Apr42. 
					Spokane Air Depot training school 26May42. Class 26 ground instructional airframe.
				121 wrecked after forced landing on beach Mar 14, 1942, Ft Lauderdale, FL.  To CL-26 
					ground instruction airframe
				122 Redesignated as RO-47B. 313th Air Base Squadron, Smyrna Field, TN. ,
					Damaged landing at Joliet Municipal Airport, IL 27Apr44.   To RFC at McKellar Field, Jackson, TN Aug 30, 1944
					Registered 1946 as NC73714; cancelled 25Oct55
				123 Headquarters, Second Army, Memphis, TN. Substantially damaged in an accident 
					taking off from Rolla CAA Intermediate Field, MO 28Nov41. 
					To reclamation Jun 9, 1947 at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.
  				124 77th Observation Group, Abilene Field, TX. Force landed after engine 
					failure ten miles north of Prague, OK 7Jun43.  Surveyed Jul 11, 1943
				125 to Defense Plant Corporation  at Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK Sep 1, 1943
					Registered 1946 as NC73507; cancelled 10May49
				126 109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, LA. 
					Force landed after engine failure and destroyed by fire two miles northeast of Ellerbe, NC 16Nov41
					Surveyed at Hunter Field, Savannah, GA Oct 14, 1942
				127 Redesignated as RO-47B. 60th Air Base Squadron, Stockton Field, CA. 
					Damaged in an accident at Stockton Field, CA 15Jan44
					To Defense Plant Corporation at Stockton, CA Aug 30, 1944.Registered 1946 as NC73683; cancelled 10May49.
				128 112th Observation Squadron, 65th Observation Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, 
					Fayetteville, NC. Dover Field, DE 29Dec41.  Wrecked 1 mi S of Ocean City, MD after force landing on sandbar Jan 12, 1943
				129 116th Observation Squadron, 70th Observation Group, Gray Field, Fort Lewis, 
					Tacoma, WA. Corvallis Field, OR 9Mar43. Substantially damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Corvallis Field 19Mar43. Portland AB, OR 4May43.  
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Portland AB, OR May 4, 1943.
				130 106th Observation Squadron, 44th Observation Group (IV Corps), Roberts Field, 
					Birmingham Municipal Airport, AL. Fourth Corps Area 25Nov40. 
					IV Army Corps Dec40. Accident taking off from Roberts Field 19Dec40. 
					To RFC at Andrews Jun 18, 1945
				131 Accident at Paris, TX 16Jan41. Substantially damaged when crashed after engine 
					failure three miles southwest of Haynesville, LA 5Aug43.  To CL-26 ground instructional airframe Aug 12, 1943
				132 salvaged Jan 10, 1942.
				133 113th Observation Squadron, 66th Observation Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at MacDill Field 12Jan42. 
					To Defense Plant Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA 13Mar45.
				134 107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, 
					Alexandria, LA. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after engine failure ten miles 
					southeast of Esler Field 12Feb42. Surveyed at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 15May42.
				135 to CL-26 ground instructional airframe Dec 1943
				136 115th Observation Squadron, 69th Observation Group, Ontario Field, CA. Damaged when 
					nosed over taxying at Ontario Municipal Airport, CA 15Aug42. Redesignated as RO-47B. 
					Air Service Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 14Dec43. Training Command, Stuttgart Field, AR 31Dec43. as CL-26 
					ground instructional airframe
				137 MSN 51-1050	115th Observation Squadron, 69th Observation Group, Laurel Field, MS. 
					Damaged taxying at Laurel Field, MS 14Jan43. Crashed after a mid-air collision with an 
					object fourteen miles east of Laurel off Highway 84, MS 13Mar43 (3KIS)
				138 115th Observation Squadron, 69th Observation Group, Laurel Field, MS. Damaged taxying 
					at Laurel Field, MS 21Mar43. 10th Reconnaissance Squadron, 69th Reconnaissance 
					Group, II Air Support Command, Esler Field, Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, LA. 
					III Air Support Command, 6Aug43. Damaged when ground looped caused by mechanical 
					failure landing at DeRidder Airport, LA 7Aug43.  To CL-26 ground instructional airframe Aug 29, 1943
39-139/141		Beech YC-43 Traveler
				MSN 295/297.  Model D17S for US Army Air Corps
				139 (MSN 295) 6/13/39: Factory roll-out.  
					6/39: TOS USAAC as one of three YC-43s for evaluation. It was assigned first to the Flight 
					Test Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, OH; test flown by Army lieutenant George Price.  
					Still in June, the plane was then assigned to Brig. Gen. Martin F. Scanlon, US Air Attache, 
					London, England, and flown from Hatfield and Hendon. 
					May 1, 1941: Impressed by the RAF as Traveler 1, DR628 and assigned to the Allied Flight Unit. I
					Often used by Prince Bernhardt of the Netherlands.  Returned to USAAF at end of war and sold on
					civilian market as NC91397.  To Commercial Air Services Ltd in 1951 as G-AMBY and later 
					that year to owner in Southern Rhodesia as VP-YIV.  Later became VP-RIV 1953: Air Carriers, also at Kumalo. 
					1959: Rhodesia Nyasaland Air Charters in Lusaka. UNK: N. Bowker. 
					UNK: P.C. Rawson, Salisbury. UNK: Peter H. William Dahl, Messina, Republic of South Africa. 
					Plane was Re-covered. 8/72: c/r ZS-PWD.
					In 1985 was bought by Ron Huckins of Wichita, KS and registered N295BS; 
					subsequently sold to Bruce McCaw who restored it and 1987 donated it to 
					Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.  Reported 2005 to be extant with Duke of
					Brabant Air Force, Eindhoven, Holland.  Has been incorporated by the RNLAF Historical Flight Association at 
					Gilze-Rijen AB, NL, the D17S is currently in the collection of the Flying Museum Seppe at 
					Breda Int'l Airport (former Seppe Airfield).
				140 (MSN 296) used by Air Attache in Paris.  to reclamation at Hill Field Jul 2, 1946
				141 (cn 297) used by Air Attache in Rome.  Seized by Italian forces
					after Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Feb 5, 1942.  Used by Italian AF as
					MM504
39-142/155		Beechcraft F-2-BH Expeditor
				Cancelled; re-ordered as 40-682/695
39-156/289		Curtiss P-40 
				MSN 13033/13166.  Curtiss Model 81.  Redesignated RP-40 (restricted from duty as fighters) Oct 22, 1942.
				156 crashed 7 mi S of Lincolnton, SC May 30, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				157 to reclamation at Lowery Field Mar 31, 1946
				158 to CL-26 at Aeronautical University, Chicago.
				159 W/o Aug 26, 1941 at Lake Orion, MI.   Surveyed at Selfridge Sep 5, 1941
				160 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Sep 3, 1940 to Dec 230, 1940.
					To CL-26 at Luke
				161 surveyed at Craig Field Jun 3, 1943
				162 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				163 to CL-26 at Chanute Oct 9, 1942.
				164 to CL-26 Jul 28, 1942.
				165 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jun 18, 1940 to Jul 15, 1940.		
					Assigned tgo Curtiss Aircraft, Buffalo, NY.  Wrecked Dec 10, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
				166 crashed near Miamisburg, OH Apr 10, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				167 to CL-26 at Mitchel Field Jan 4, 1942.
				168 crashed at Harding Field after mid-air Apr 22, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				169 crashed at Harding Field after mid-air Apr 22, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				170 to CL-26 at Luke May 2, 1943.
				171 destroyed in landing accident 11/18/41, Muni Airport, Tulsa OK.
				172 surveyed May 30, 1944
				173 to reclamation at Brookley Field Sep 20, 1945.
				174 to CL-26 at Luke May 25, 1943.
				175 in midair May 1, 1942 15 mi SE of Harding Field, LA.  Pilot bailed out.
				176 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To CL-26 Jul 25, 1942.
				177 wrecked at Groton, CT Sep 16, 1940
				178 wrecked Sep 5, 1941 near Westbury, NY and damaged beyond repair.
				179 with 36th BS, 8th PG crashed 2 mi SE of Smithfield, VA Jul 8, 1940.  Surveyed at Langley Field Sep 23, 1940
				180 to CL-26 at Mitchel Field
				181 wrecked at Morris Field May 24, 1942 and damaged beyond repair.
				182 in crashed with 36th BS, 8th PG in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Oct 21, 1940.
					Must have been rebuilt since was redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1942 and reserialed 42-14269.  I have
					a report that it was delivered to RAF, but can't trace any reference to this.  
				183 spun in at Groton, CT Apr 26, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				184 in midair fire May 22, 1943 at Luke Field, AZ, pilot bailed out
				185 to CL-26 May 25, 1943
				186 surveyed at Spence Field Sep 11, 1943
				187 redesignated P-40G Aug 21, 1941.  Transferred to Casey Jones School, NJ 1/5/42
				188 to CL-26 Feb 23, 1942
				189 wrecked Auburn, GA Nov 12, 1942.
				190 redesignated P-40G Aug 18, 1941.  In midair collision Sep 19, 1941, Natchitoches, LA.
				191 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				192 (36th BS, 8th PG) forcelanded 5 mi NE of Parksley, VA Nov 17, 1940.  Surveyed Dec 17, 1942
				193 in midair collision with Navy plane Sept 15, 1941, Loushatta, LA.
					Pilot killed.
				194 lost Oct 24, 1941 with 57th FG after fuel exhaustion at Roaring River, CA over
					Sierra Nevada Mountains during cross country flight.  Repaired.  
					Spun in at Fresno AB, Windsor-Locks Nov 2, 1942.  Pilot killed. 
				195 condemned Nov 26, 1942.  To reclamation Lincoln Aug 30, 1945
				196 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				197 redesignated P-40G Aug 21, 1941.  Transferred to New England Aircraft School, Boston 
					as ground instructional airframe Jan 5, 1942.
				198 to CL-26 at Chanute Jun 18, 1942
				199 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY Sept 6, 1941.
				200 crashed and burned Bass Lake, CA Oct 24, 1941
				201 wrecked south of Hempstead, NY Mar 21, 1941.
				202 in midair collision with 39-214 Feb 6, 1940 near Long Island, NY
				203 surveyed Feb 10, 1942 at Pierre AAF, SD
				204 converted to P-40G.  To ground instructional airframe
					Mar 31, 1942.  To CL-26 at West Palm Beach, FL
				205 W/o Mar 20, 1942 at Harding Field, LA.  To CL-26 at Baton Rouge, LA May 28, 1942
				206 Conv to P-40G; surveyed Jul 27, 1942.
				207 wrecked at Northport, NY off Long Island, NY Feb 4, 1941.
				208 W/o Dec 22, 1941 at Republic Airport, NY.  Condemned Jan 21, 1942
				209 redesignated P-40G Sep 25, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR.
				210 to CL-26 at Stewart Mar 17, 1944
				211 to CL-26 at Lincoln Jul 24, 1942
				212 wrecked at Mitchell Field Jan 13, 1941 and damaged beyond repair
				213 lost in bad weather Oct 24, 1941 near Little Lake, CA.  Pilot bailed out.  Wreck recently
					found in Sierra Nevada mountains.
				214 in midair collision with 39-202 Feb 6, 1940 near Wyandach, Long Island, NY
				215 to CL-26 Mar 17, 1944
				216 wrecked in ground-looped landing at Tuskegee Sep 9, 1942.
				217 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				218 wrecked near Gloucester, MA Feb 6, 1942.
				219 to CL-26 Aug 12, 1942.
				220 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  crashed Jul 21, 1942 SE of Luke Field, AZ after rudder cable broke.
					Pilot bailed out.
				221 modified as XP-40G (Model H81-AG) To Curtiss for Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  Given to USSR
					Aug 31, 1943
				222 W/o Mar 18, 1943 at Luke Field, AZ .  to CL-26 at Luke Jun 30, 1943
				223 condemned Apr 24, 1942
				224 to CL-26 Mar 2, 1942
				225 W/o Aug 14, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL.  Surveyed Aug 15, 1943
				226 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To CL-26 at Biloxi May 8, 1942.
				227 in forced landing near Goldwater, AZ Jul 17, 1942 and w/o.
				228 wrecked in landing accident at Mitchel Field Aug 21, 1941
				229 crashed after structural failure Gila Bend, AZ Sept 4, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				230 to CL-26 at West Palm Beach Mar 19, 1942
				231 to CL-26 Apr 6, 1942.
				232 condemned Apr 14, 1942
				233 W/o Apr 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA.  To CL-26 Apr 24, 1942.
				234 W/o 9 May 9, 1942 at Tylertown, MS.  
				235 converted to P-40G.  To CL-26 at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX Mar 18, 1942.
				236 to CL-26 Oct 1, 1942.
				237 to Pasadena Junior College as CL-26 Mar 27, 1943
				238 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Curtiss for Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				239 in midair collision near Hamilton Field, CA Sept 22, 1941.
				240 wrecked in force-landing at Hamilton Field Feb 4, 1941.  Diverted to CL-26
				241 in midair collision with 40-303 at Red Bluff, CA Apr 22, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
				242 in midair collision with 40-294 Coalinga, CA Mar 25, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				243 redesignated P-40G Aug 23, 1941. To ground instructional airframe
					Jun 17,1942 and to Buckley Field, Denver, CO Aug 8, 1942.  
					To RFC at Buckley Field May 7, 1945
				244 W/o Feb 1, 1942 at Muroc Gunnery Range, CA.  To CL-26 at Morrow Apr 3, 1942.
				245 to CL-26 Jul 24, 1942
				246 crashed at Craig Field, AL Nov 12, 1942.
				247 to CL-26 at March Field Apr 12, 1941
				248 converted to P-40G.  To ground instructional airframe May 15, 1943.
					To reclamation at San Vernardino May 12, 1945
				249 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  crashed near Riverside, CA Jan 17, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				250 converted to CL-26 Apr 29, 1942
				251 in midair fire near Tifton, GA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				252 caught fire in air near Hamilton Field, CA Feb 16, 1941.  Pilot bailed out
				253 condemned Mar 19, 1942
				254 in midair collision near Harding Field Apr 22, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				255 condemned to CL-26 Sep 16, 1944.
				256 wrecked at McClellan Field, CA Mar 1, 1942
				257 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  W/o Dec 25, 1941 at Ventura, CA.  Condemned Jan 17, 1942.
				258 in midair fire near Hamilton Field, CA Mar 7, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
				259 to CL-26 Feb 27, 1942.
				260 to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
				261 in midair collision near Harding Field, LA May 1, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				262 to CL-26 Dec 12, 1942
				263 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  Wrecked in midair collision with 39-239
					over San Pablo Bay Oct 16, 1941.  Surveyed Sep 1941 (conflict of dates here).
					Also listed as having midair with P-40 40-239 Sep 22, 1941 and crashed
					into Tubbs Island N of Hamilton, pilot bailed out OK.
				264 to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
				265 crashed after engine failure into golf course near Petaluma, CA Jun 16, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
				266 condemned Aug 25, 1942.
				267 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  W/o 22 Sep 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA.  Condemned Sep 25, 1941
				268 W/o Feb 16, 1943 at Red Level, AL.  Surveyed May 30, 1943.
				269 crashed near Luke Field, AZ Nov 21, 1942 after control failure.  Pilot
					bailed out.
				270 to reclamation at Brookley Sep 20, 1945.
				271 w/o in takeoff accident at Spence Field, GA Feb 24, 1943.
				272 surveyed Oct 2, 1942
				273 mising NW of Golden Gate Bridge, CA Oct 9, 1941. Crashed into Tennessee
					Cove off coast of Marin County.  Pilot killed.
				274 to RFC Lincoln Dec 5, 1944.
				275 converted to P-40G.  Wrecked in forced landing at Harding Field, LA Mar 11, 1942
				276 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  Surveyed Oct 17, 1942
				277 wrecked in forced landing near Belmont, NC May 25, 1942.
				279 converted to P-40G.  In midair collision near Coke, VA Feb 6, 1942
				280 W/o Sep 10, 1944 at Randolph Field, Texas.   Scrapped at Randolph Field Aug 31, 1946
				281 wrecked in forced landing Middletown Air Depot, PA Dec 7, 1941.
				282 crashed Eastport, Long Island, NY Jul 18, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				283 to CL-26 at Moor Field Aug 7, 1942
				284 to RFC at Cincinnatti Jan 6, 1945.
				285 dove in at Roaring River, Kings Canyon National Forest Oct 24, 1941.
					Pilot killed.  Parts were used in restoration of P-40 41-13297.
					Wreck reported stored at The Fighter Collection, Duxford, England (listed as P-40B).
				286 dove in at Harding Field, LA May 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				287 crashed Cunningham Creek Canyon, CA in Sierra Nevada Mountains Oct 24, 1941 during cross country flight.  
					Wreck recovered in 1985.  Parts used in restoration of P-40 41-13297.  
					Wreck reported stored at The Fighter Collection, Duxford, England (listed as P-40B)
				288 redesignated P-40G Aug 11, 1941.  Redesignated P-40.  To CL-26 Mar 12, 1944.
				289 wrecked 3 mi N of McChorf Field, WA Jun 4, 1942 after force-landing following
					engine fire.
39-290/455 	Curtiss P-40-CU
				Contract cancelled
39-456/555 	Curtiss P-36D
				Contract cancelled
39-556	 		Consolidated XB-24-CO 
				Later converted to XB-24B-CO as 39-680
39-557/563 	Consolidated YB-24-CO
				Built as 40-696/702.
39-564/679 	Douglas B-23A
				Contract cancelled
39-680			Consolidated XB-24B Liberator
				MSN 1.  Originally flown as XB-24 but modified with turbochargers, leak-proof tanks and other changes
					and was redesignated XB-24B.  Bailed to Convair and converted to VIP transport by end of 1944. 
					Scrapped at Brookley Field, AL Jun 20, 1946.  Originally serialled 39-556, but was corrected to 39-680
39-681/688		Douglas B-23A
				Contract cancelled. 
39-689/701		Lockheed YP-38 Lightning
				MSN 122-2202/2214.  Model 122-62-02 service test aircraft.
				689 crashed during high-speed dive Nov 4, 1941 over
					Glendale, CA, killing test pilot Ralph Virden.
				690 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Nov 27, 1941 to Feb 4, 1942.
					To Parks Air College, St Louis, MO Feb 26, 1942.
				691 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Nov 27, 1941.
					Scrapped at Sacramento Air Depot Dec 17, 1945.
				692 scrapped at Lowry Field, Denver, CO Jul 5, 1945.
				693 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer at Chanute, AK Jul 24, 1942.
				694 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer Jan 5, 1943, Granite Falls, WA.
				695 w/o Jul 23, 1941, Alpena, MI.
				697 used as class CL-26 maintenance trainer Jan 5, 1943 at Lockheed
				698 scrapped Mar 20, 1946 San Bernardino, CA.
				699 crashed Jun 23, 1941, Atlanta, MI.  Pilot Lt Guy Leland Putnam killed.
				700 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer jan 27, 1943 at Brookley Field,
					Mobile, AL.
				701 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer Jan 5, 1943 at Lockheed
39-702			Waco XPT-14
				702 (MSN 4659) was NC2901.  W/o Oct 11, 1939 at Patterson Field, Ohio.  Surveyed Nov 5, 1939
39-703			St. Louis XPT-15
				703 w/o Jun 27, 1939 at Springfield, Ohio.  Surveyed Jun 30, 1939
39-704/716		Republic YP-43 Lancer
				Republic Aviation Corporation Model AP-4A.  
				704 Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 19Nov40 after catching fire over Farmingdale; Pilot bailed out
				705 77th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group, 3rd Air Force, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; 
					Accident 20Jul42 when ground looped landing with mechanical failure at Spartanburg Memorial 
					Airport, SC; Sub-Depot, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 18Sep42 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Daniel Field; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
				706 National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; February 4, 1941 to February 7, 1941; 504th Single Engine Flying 
					Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX; Crashed 30Nov42 after losing control 23 miles 
					NNE of Moore Field; Pilot killed
				707 Moore Field, Mission, TX; Crashed 27Jan43 near Moore Field; Pilot killed
				708 507th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX; Accident 1Dec42 in 
					collision with P-43A 40-2966 landing at Moore Field; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
				709 13th Materiel Squadron, 10th Air Base Group, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL; Damaged 2May41 
					when ground looped at Chanute; Scrapped January 25, 1945
				710 29th MS, Lowry Field, Denver, CO; Damaged 29Nov41 by structural failure 10 miles S of 
					Wichita Falls, TX; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
				711 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Crashed 16Jun41 when landing gear would not fully extend at Collins Airport, Alpena, MI; Pilot bailed out
				712 Curtiss-Wright Corporation,  Propeller Division, Caldwell-Wright Airport, NJ; Accident 28Apr42 
					taking off at Caldwell-Wright; Scrapped August 31, 1946
				713 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 25Jun41 
					landing at Collins Airport, Alpena, MI
				714 27th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 1Jul41 
					after engine failure taking off at Selfridge Field; 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, 
					Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crashed 15Sep41 with landing gear failure 5 miles N of 
					Packard Proving Ground, Macomb, MI; Pilot bailed out
				715 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 16Nov41 
					when ground looped taking off at Spartanburg Memorial Airport, SC; Condemned February 23, 1942
				716 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 6Jun41 
					landing at Selfridge Field; Scrapped March 27, 1945
39-717			Ryan XPT-16
				Model STA MSN 306 NC18907 purchased by Army.  Convertered to XPT-16A. To CL-26 Jul 31, 1942.  Scrapped Mar 27, 1945
39-718			Messerschmitt XC-44
				Bf-108B MSN 102004 acquired by Air Attache in Berlin.  Surveyed Nov 15, 1941
39-719			Fleetwings XBT-12-FL
				To CL-26 Feb 21, 1944.  Now with the Walter Soplata Collection, Newbury, OH.
39-720			Vultee BC-3  
				720 to CL-26 Jan 21, 1942.   
39-721/734		Douglas A-20A Havoc
				721 3503rd Base Unit, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL.
					W/o May 19, 1944 at Chanute Field, IL.  To reclamation at Chanute Nov 2, 1945
					The Douglas BD article by Air-Britain states that the first US Navy Douglas BD was purchased 
					new from Douglas, taking the first USAAC aircraft, later replaced by another aircraft. 
					This would suggest that BuAer 4251 was 39-721, possibly replaced by 39-741
				722 wrecked in taxi accident at Hope, AK Dec 30, 1942.  To CL-26
				723 to CL-26 Dec 31, 1943
				724 condemned after accident Apr 24, 1943
				725 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 15, 1945
				726 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 10, 1943 to 
					May 31, 1943 and used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance
					evaluations.  To DPC at Bush Field Feb 9, 1945
				727 overshot landing at Morris Field, NC May 17, 1942 and converted to CL-26
				728 W/o Sep 24, 1942 at Key Field, MS.  to CL-26 Oct 6, 1942
				729 to CL-26 Apr 20, 1942
				730 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jan 9, 1941 to Aug 4, 1941.
					To CL-26 Nov 14, 1942
				731 W/o Apr 28, 1943 at Owensville, MO.   To CL-26 Apr 29, 1943
				732 to CL-26 Mar 24, 1942
				733 W/o Mar 24, 1942 at Daniel Field, GA.   To CL-26 Jul 15, 1942
				734 to CL-26 Feb 27, 1942.
39-735			Douglas A-20 Havoc
				Modified as XP-70 night fighter.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia. 
					 Wrecked 1/2 mi NW of Kissimmee AAF, FL Feb 5, 1943
39-736/740		Douglas P-70 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter.
				736 to DPC at Bush Field May 14, 1945
				737 w/o May 10, 1943 at Cocoa, FL.  surveyed at Orlando May 13, 1943
				738 w/o Dec 20, 1943 at Boca Raton Field, FL.  Scrapped at South Johnson Aug 14, 1945
				739 crashed near Orlando AB after inverted spin Sep 12, 1942
				740 w/o Sep 25, 1942 at Orlando, FL.  Condemned Oct 1, 1942
39-741			Douglas XF-3 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20A, modified during production as XF-3 photo recon aircraft.  
				While on a mission off the coast of Labrador Canada, the Havoc ran out of fuel and crash landed off the
			 Little Mecatina River, 85 miles from Goose Bay, Labrador 10Oct42; the crew was rescued 3 days later. 
			Until 2008, the aircraft sat undisturbed in a remote area accessible only by helicopter. After a 5 year 
			recovery process, the Havoc was loaded on trucks and headed for GossHawk Unlimited in Casa Grande, AZ, 
			arriving on October 10, 2012, 70 years to the day that the plane crashed. The aircraft is awaiting a new 
			owner who would like the A-20 Havoc to be restored.
				The Douglas BD article by Air-Britain states that the first US Navy Douglas BD was purchased new 
				from Douglas, taking the first USAAC aircraft, later replaced by another aircraft. This would suggest that 
				BuAer 4251 was 39-721, possibly replaced by 39-741. Delivered new, it also seems unlikely 
				that the USAAC would give up a precious F-3 version with sensitive reconnaissance equipment 
				which the US Navy didn’t need
39-742/744		Douglas P-70 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter
				742 to reclamation at Spokane Sep 14, 1945
				743 w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Kissimmee AAB, FL.  Surveyed at Orlando AB Jul 11, 1943
				744 (349th NFS, 30th FG) crashed at Sissimmee AB, FL Jan 9, 1943.
39-745			Douglas YF-3 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20, modified during production as XF-3 photo recon aircraft
				16th Photographic Squadron, 1st Mapping Group, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. Fatal crash
				 into the ground near St Charles, Quebec, Canada October 18, 1942
39-746/747		Douglas P-70 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter
				746 engine fire and explosion in midair Orlando AB Nov 9, 1942.
				747 to DPC at Ponca City, OK May 13, 1945
39-748			Douglas YF-3 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20, modified during production as XF-3 photo recon aircraft
				Surveyed Jun 7, 1943
39-749/797		Douglas P-70 Havoc
				Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter
				749 to reclamation at Spokane Aug 4, 1946.
				750 surveyed at Orlando Apr 21, 1943
				751 w/o Jun 7, 1944 at Salinas AAB, CA; repaired; surveyed at Estrella AAF, CA Jul 10, 1944.  
					W/o 18 Jul 1944 at Stockton, CA.
				752 w/o Apr 6, 1943 at Haines City, FL.  To CL-26 at Orlando Apr 10, 1943
				753 to reclamation at Spokane Jan 26, 1945
				754 to reclamation at Spokane Jan 29, 1946
				755 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 22, 1945
				756 w/o Feb 26, 1943 at Orlando, FL.  Surveyed at Orlando Apr 28, 1943
				757 w/o Jul 4, 1944 at Hammer Field, CA.  Surveyed at Hammer Field, CA Jul 5, 1944
				758 w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Kissimmee AAB, FL.  Surveyed at Orlando Jul 11, 1943
				759 (249th NFS, 30th FG) in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Jan 1, 1943, repaired; 
					W/o 25 May 1943 at Leesburg, FL.   To CL-26 at Leesburg Aug 21, 1943
				760 w/o Oct 18, 1943 at Kissimmee AAB, FL.  Surveyed Oct 21, 1943
				761 to RFC at Ontarion Mar 27, 1945
				762 (481st Night Fither Operational Training Group) in crash landing at Kissimmee, FL Oct 4, 1943
					and damaged beyond repair
				763 surveyed at Salanis AB, CA Jul 26, 1944
				764 (349th FS, 50th FG) crashed into lake near edge of Kissimme, FL Jan 15, 1943
				765 condemned Sep 13, 1943
				766 salvaged Sep 20, 1944
				767 (6th NFS/15th FG) w/o in landing accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea Jun 22, 1943.
				768 (6th Ferrying Group Air Transport Command) crsahed during wheels-up belly landing at RAAF Townsville,
					Queensland, Australia while on ferry flight Mar 29, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR and
					salvaged Jan 28, 1944
				769 condemned Jun 28, 1943.
				770 w/o Jan 4, 1944 at Barber's Point, HI  
				771 condened Jan 29, 1944
				774 (6th NFS, 15th FG) w/o in landing accident at Munda, Solomon Islands Nov 20, 1943.
					Surveyed at McClelland Jun 7, 1944
				775 condemned Jun 15, 1944
				776 in accident Jun 20, 1943
				778 condemned Aug 1, 1944
				779 w/o Feb 11, 1943 at Lexington, KY.  To CL-26 at Orlando AB
				782 condemned Jun 11, 1945
				783 condemned Mar 5, 1944
				784 condemned Aug 30, 1943
				785 (A Detachment, Night Fighter Squadron, 13th FG) lost from unknown cause on flight from Berry Airfield, Port
					Moresby to Dobodura Airfield on Oro, Papua New Guinea Oct 30, 1943.  Both crew MIA and presumed killed.
				786 w/o Oct 13, 1942 at Kahanna Bay, HI.  Condemned Dec 5, 1942
				787 condemned Jun 11, 1945
				789 (6th NFS, 15th FG) w/o in taxiing accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea Sep 2, 1943
				790 (6th NFS, 15th FG) ditched off Kila Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea May 7, 1943  All three crew killed.
				791 (Headquarters, 6th AF) w/o in taxiing accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jan 17, 1943.  All crew
					survived.  To reclamation at Spokane Sep 14, 1945
				792 surveyed at Kissimmee Dec 17, 1943
				793 w/o Apr 13, 1944 at Hammer Field, CA.  Surveyed at Kissimmee Jan 11, 1944
				794 w/o Mar 8, 1944 at Hammer Field, CA.  Surveyed at Salinis AB, CA May 16, 1944
				795 w/o May 16, 1944 at Malibu Beach, CA.  Surveyed at Kissimmee May 18, 1944.
				796 w/o Feb 10, 1943 at MacDill Field, FL.  To reclamation at St Johns, Newfoundland May 29, 1945
				797 to RFC at Ponca City Apr 17, 1945.
39-798/856		North American BC-1A
				MSN NA55-1548/1606
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				798 (MSN 55-1548) 154th Observation Squadron, VIII Army Corps, Henry Post Field, 
					Fort Still, OK. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 6May41. 
					100th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. 
					Damaged in collision with Vultee BT-13A Valiant 42-42917 at Selfridge Field, MI 11Sep43. 
					To Defense Plant Corporation, Muskogee Field, OK 26Oct44
					Registered 27Mar46 as NC61790 to Park Aerial Surveys, Louisville, KY; later as N61790; cancelled 15Feb56. 
				799 (MSN 55-1549) 51st Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #9, Valparaiso, FL 29May43 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Field 31Aug43. 
					610th Base Unit (Proving Ground Complement), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
					Damaged landing at Eglin Field 13Apr44.  To reclamation at Eglin, FL Sep 20, 1945
				800 (MSN 55-1550) 111th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, 
					Augusta, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Atlanta Municipal 
					Airport, GA 3Apr42.  To RFC at McKellar Field Oct 26, 1944
				801 (MSN 55-1551) 1st Staff Squadron, General Headquarters Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. 
					Damaged landing in bad weather at Reading Municipal Airport, PA 28Jan41. 
					127th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Kansas Air National Guard, 
					Sherman Field, Fort Leavenworth, KS.  Fatal crash into the ground at Blue Springs, MO 10Feb42 (1KIS). 
				802 (MSN 55-1552) 128th Observation Squadron, Georgia Air National Guard, Lawson Field, 
					Fort Benning, GA. Accident when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL 
					28Nov41. Damaged in collision with North American O-47A 38-295 taxying at Lawson Field 
					5Dec41. 125th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Key Field, Meridian, MS. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Key Field, MS 14Sep42. 39th Air Base Squadron, 
					Key Field, Meridian, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Jackson Field, MS 30Sep42. 
					Advanced Flying School, Jackson Field, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					New Orleans AAB, LA 12Feb43. 47th Sub Depot, Jackson Field, MS. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision with an object at General Billy Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, WI 16Apr43. 
					492nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, Walterboro Field, SC. 
					Damaged landing at Walterboro Field 29Jan44.   Surveyed at Jackson, GA May 4, 1944
				803 (MSN 55-1553) 1st Staff Squadron, General Headquarters Air Force, Bolling Field, 
					Washington, DC. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Bolling Field 5Oct40. 
					322nd Fighter Squadron, 326th Fighter Group, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT. 
					Damaged when ground looped taxying at Bradley Field 8Oct42. 332nd Fighter Squadron,
					326th Fighter Group, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA. Substantially damaged by mechanical 
					failure landing at Westover Field 26Feb43. 322nd Fighter Squadron, 326th Fighter Group, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA. Damaged taxying at Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY 13Sep43. 406th Fighter Squadron, 371st Fighter Group, Richmond AAB, VA. 
					Damaged in a mid-air collision with Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 42-74910 ten miles northeast 
					of Richmond, VA 24Jan44.   To RFC at Muskogee, OK Sep 17, 1944.  To civil registry as NC64272
				804 (MSN 55-1554) 122nd Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, New Orleans AAB, LA.
					Fatal accident when ditched after engine failure into the Gulf of México 3.5 miles SSW of 
					Chandeleur Islands, LA 30Jan42 (2KIS).
				805 (MSN 55-1555) 10th Materiel Squadron, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Fatal crash after 
					the pilot lost control seven miles west of Chanute Field 15Oct40 (2KIS). 
				806 (MSN 55-1556) 21st Air Base Squadron, Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when 
					ground looped taking off from Lowry Field 22Jul40. 20th Observation Squadron, 
					26th Observation Group, Smith Reynolds Airport, Winston-Salem, NC. Substantially 
					damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Smith Reynolds Airport 9Aug42.
					Surveyed at Drew Field Jul 2, 1944
				807 (MSN 55-1557) 33rd School Squadron, Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at 
					Rock Springs, WY 1Feb41. Desert Training Center, Camp Young, CA. Damaged taxying 
					at San Bernardino Field, CA 22Sep43. 97th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					76th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Thermal Field, CA.  . to CL-26 ground instruction airframe at Hamilton AAF, CA Mar 15, 1944
				808 (MSN 55-1558) Air Depot, Air Material Command, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL. 
					Fatal crash at Brookley Field 14Mar42 (2KIS). .
				809 (MSN 55-1559) Headquarters Squadron, I Air Support Command, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY. Damaged in an accident with parked North American O-47B 39-101 when 
					landing at Marston Strip, NC 29Nov41. Air Corps Officer Candidate School, Miami Field, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Dade County Airport, Homestead, FL 20Apr42. 
					To Defense Plant Corporation, Muskogee Field, OK 18Sep44. Registered 10May46 as NC61791 to 
					Park Aerial Surveys, Louisville, KY; later as N61791, cancelled 15Feb56. 
				810 (MSN 55-1560) 116th Observation Squadron, Washington National Guard, Gray Field, 
					Fort Lewis, WA. Fatal crash after colliding with trees seven miles northeast of Shelton, WA 21Oct40. 
					Registered 1946 as NC65726; cancelled. 
				811 (MSN 55-1561) 1st Staff Squadron, General Headquarters Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC
					Wrecked Jan 1, 1942 25 mi N of Lynchburg, VA when pilot bailed out due to icing.
				812 (MSN 55-1562) 105th Observation Squadron, I Army Corps, Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. 
					Damaged landing at Logan Field, Baltimore Municipal Airport, Dundalk, MD 19May41. 
					2nd Staff Squadron, General Headquarters Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. 
					Caught fire after takeoff at Glenn L. Martin Aircraft Co and crashed Jan 22, 1942.
				813 (MSN 55-1563, 15-1600 from Hagedorn) Eighth Corps Area, Air Corps 
					Detachment, Stinson Field, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Midland Field, TX 2Dec41. San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Damaged landing at Midland Field, TX 22Jun42. Base Flight, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					Crash landed at Kelly Field 20Mar44.  To Defense Plant Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA 24Mar45. 
					Registered 1946 as NC61051; N61051. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
					Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16C, serial 16234. 
					F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 30Jan53. SOC 22Jan58 due to high overhaul costs, leaking integral fuel tanks. 
 				814 (MSN 55-1564, 55-1601 from Hagedorn) 2nd Staff Squadron, General Headquarters 
					Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. Damaged when ground looped landing at Bolling Field 1Apr42. 
					To Defense Plant Corporation, Woodward Field, Camden, SC 15Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC55972; cancelled on export
				815 (MSN 55-1565) 1st Staff Squadron, General Headquarters Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 7Feb42. Damaged 
					landing at Bolling Field 6May42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Bolling Field 15Jun43. 
					1st Base Unit, HQ Army Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, DC. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Bolling Field 23Aug44. Defense Plant Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA 12Feb45. 
					To Argentine Navy / Dirección General de Aviación Naval Dec46 as 0108. Renamed as Comando 
					de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante 
					Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-230. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
					Bahía Blanca; code EAN-230. SOC 1970.
				816 (MSN 55-1566) Headquarters Squadron, 1st Air Force, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 
					The aircraft was en route from Bolling Field, Washington, DC to Mitchel Field when the pilot 
					lost control and crashed at 615 Frelinghuysen Ave, Newark, NJ 31Jul42 (2KIS). 
				817 (MSN 55-1567) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
					Hit fence during takeoff and crashed Aug 7, 1941, Maxwell Field, AL
				818 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Turner Field 29Mar43. Damaged landing at Turner Field 19Apr43. 3501st Base Unit (Technical 
					School & Overseas Replacement Depot), Boca Raton Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at 36th Street Airport, Miami, FL 22Jul44. To Defense Plant Corporation, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN 5Dec44. 
				819 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Maxwell 
					Field 28Jan41. 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Maxwell Field 1Feb42. 444th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
					Greenwood Field, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Greenwood Field 17Jun43. 
					265th Base Unit (Operational Training Unit, Fighter), Pocatello Field, ID. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Hill Field, Ogden, UT 28Sep44.  To RFC at Hill Field Jun 15, 1945
				820 (MSN 55-1570) wrecked W of Maxwell Field Dec 22, 1940.  Repaired.  To NC64272.  Sent to Peruvian AF as 560
					in May 1954.
				821 (MSN 55-1571) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing 
					at Atmore CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 4Feb41. Damaged when ground looped at Maxwell 
					Field 26Mar41. Damaged landing at Greenville CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 16May41
					Crashed 2 mi W of Maxwell Field Sep 16, 1941, pilot killed.  Surveyed Nov 10, 1941
				822 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL.  Ground looped and burned at Maxwell Field Aug 6, 1941.
				823 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped at 
					Chattanooga, TN 20Jun41. Damaged when ground looped at Maxwell Field 28Jul41. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Maxwell Field 29Aug41. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter 
					Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged landing 
					in bad weather at Brownsville Field 30Mar44.   Surveyed at Maxwell Field Apr 30, 1944
				824 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL.   Damaged when hit trunck on runway at Birmingham, AL Mar 14, 1941
				825 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Wrecked in an accident
					 taking off from Ellijay Field, Gilmer County, GA 16Mar41.
				826 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged while parked 
					in collision by AT-6B 41-17285 taxying at Maxwell Field 10Aug42. AAF Southeast 
					Training Center, Columbus Field, MS. Damaged taxying at Alachua Field, Gainesville, FL 
					15Jan43. 500th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Bryan Field, TX. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Bryan Field 31Jul43. 901st Base 
					Unit (Heavy Bombardment), School of Applied Tactics, Pinecastle Field, Orlando, FL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Pinecastle Field 22Jun44. 
					To Defense Plant Corporation, Muskogee Field, OK 20Sep44. 
					Registered 22Feb46 as NC54895; cancelled 4Mar49
				827 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed after fuel exhaustion 
					when the pilot bailed out at Birmingham, AL 5Feb41.
				828 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground 
					looped at Maxwell Field 24Jan41. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 1Feb41
					Wrecked in crash landing at Tallapoosa, AL Mar 26, 1941.  Pilot killed
				829 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL.   Pilot bailed out after midair collision with BC-1A 39-845 
					2.5 mi W of Benton, AL.  Surveyed Mar 24, 1943.
				830 (MSN 55-1580) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Maxwell Field, 
					Montgomery, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Spence Field, Moultrie, GA 24Feb42. 
					Damaged taxying at Maxwell Field 27Jul43. 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Palm Springs Field 9Feb44. 568th Base Unit, 
					4th Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Substantially 
					damaged when ground looped taking off from Brownsville Field 19Apr44.
					Surveyed at Maxwell Field Apr 25, 1944
				831 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially damaged 
					landing at Tallapoosa CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 26Mar41.  To CL-26 ground instruction airframe
				832 Ninth Corps Area, Air Corps Detachment, Oakland Municipal Airport, CA. 
					Crashed into Monterey Bay, CA Oct 19, 1940.  Pilot missing
				833 Ninth Corps Area, Air Corps Detachment, Pearson Field, Vancouver Barracks, WA. 
					Damaged landing at McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 19Jul40. 83rd School Squadron, 
					Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Maxwell Field 
					16Jul41. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 28Aug41. 95th School Squadron, Turner 
					Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1A 39-846, 7.5 miles 
					northeast of Leesburg, GA 2Oct41. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-769 landing 
					at Turner Field 14May42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 9Oct42. 
					95th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 23rd Two Engine Flying Training Group, Turner 
					Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 17Feb43. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Auxiliary Field #1, Leesburg, GA 27May43.
					To CL-26 ground instruction airframe at Bush Field May 10, 1944
				834 Eighth Corps Area, Air Corps Detachment, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Oklahoma City Municipal Airport, OK 13Jun40. 
					Force landed with fuel exhaustion and nosed over at Columbus, TX 24Sep40. 
					91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged ten miles northwest 
					of Wetumpka, AL 7Nov41.  Force landed in bad weather and hit trees, Maxwell Field, AL Dec 3, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				835 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Maxwell Field 9Dec40. 94th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 23rd Two Engine 
					Flying Training Group, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in an accident with Beech AT-10 
					Wichita 41-9363 during maintenance at Turner Field 27Feb43.  To CL-26 ground instruction airframe
				836 (MSN 55-1586) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
					damaged landing at Maxwell Field 17Jul41. Damaged after engine failure taking off 
					from Maxwell Field 30Dec41. Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL. 890th School 
					Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Fatal crash at Linthicum Heights, MD 27Sep42 (2KIS). 
					Registered 10May46 as N61791; cancelled 15Feb56. 
				837 (MSN 55-1587) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
					when ground looped caused by mechanical failure at Maxwell Field 1May41. Accident 
					taking off from Charlotte AAB, NC 15Jul41. 425th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					Columbus Field, MS. Damaged when ground looped landing at Columbus Field 11Jan43. 
					Damaged landing at Columbus Field 12May43. 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, 
					Palm Springs, CA. Wrecked when ground looped landing at Palm Springs Field, Palm Springs, CA 23Feb44.
 					Surveyed Mar 9, 1944
				838 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 
					24Jan41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 7Mar42. 53rd Fighter 
					Squadron, 36th Fighter Group, Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Biggs Field 7Nov43. 53rd Fighter Squadron, 36th Fighter Group, Ainsworth Field, NB. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Ainsworth Field 14Feb44.  To RFC at Tinker Field Oct 26, 1944
				839 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in collision with BC-1A 39-846 
					taxying at Maxwell Field 1Feb41. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 2Sep41. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 12Feb42 and 20Feb42. 83rd School Squadron, 
					Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 3Sep42.
				840 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Greenville CAA 
					Intermediate Landing Field, AL 12May41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Maxwell Field 28Feb42 and 11May42. 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 15Oct42. 25th Ferrying Squadron, 
					21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. Damaged landing at Palm Springs Field 22Feb44
					To RFC at McKellar Field Sep 29, 1944
				841 ground-looped into another plane Dec 10, 1940
				842 Air Corps Detachment, Bowman Field, Louisville, KY. Damaged landing at Bowman Field 
					19Jun40. 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL
					Pilot killed in midair collision with AT-6A 41-15837 3 mi SW of Maxwell Field Nov 13, 1941.
				843 surveyed at Brownsville Jul 15, 1944
				844 Air Corps Detachment, Port Columbus Airport, OH. Damaged landing at Port Columbus 
					Airport 14Jul40. 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
					landing at Maxwell Field 9May41. Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1A 39-848 
					at Maxwell Field 30Dec41. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Maxwell Field 
					19Jan42. Damaged when ground looped landing at 36th Street Airport, Miami, FL 29Apr42
					To RFC at McKellar Field Oct 21, 1944
				845 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Maxwell Field 16Nov40. Damaged in collision with BC-1A 39-848 taxying at Maxwell Field 3Dec40. 
					Damaged when ground looped at Maxwell Field 27Mar41
					Pilot bailed out after midair collision with 39-829 2.5 mi W of Benton, AL May 28, 1941
				846 (MSN 55-1596) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in 
					collision with BC-1A 39-839 taxying at Maxwell Field 1Feb41. 94th School Squadron, 
					Turner Field, Albany, GA..  In midair collision May 10, 1944 with 39-833 7.5 mi NE of Leesburg, GA, pilot bailed out.
				847 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged taxying at Maxwell Field 
					3Dec40. 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Turner Field 9May42, 6Jun42, 15Jun42 and 4Oct42. Headquarters Squadron, 
					Second Air Force, Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, CO. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Peterson Field 31Dec43.  Scrapped at Bainbridge Jul 15, 1945
				848 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in collision with BC-1A 
					39-845 taxying at Maxwell Field 3Dec40. Damaged in a mid-air collision with BC-1A 
					39-844 at Maxwell Field 30Dec41.  Wrecked in landing accident 1/2 mi S of Maxwell Field Jan 28, 1942.
				849 Air Corps Reserve – California, Long Beach Field, CA [1940]. 82nd School Squadron, 
					Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. . Undershot landing at Maxwell Field, climbed to 8000 ft and 
					pilot bailed out Jul 14, 1941.
				850 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially damaged landing 
					at Brookley Field, AL 17Dec41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell 
					Field 11May42. 901st Base Unit (Heavy Bombardment), School of Applied Tactics, 
					Pinecastle Field, Orlando, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Pinecastle Field 20Jun44.
					Surveyed at Orlando, FL Jun 20, 1944.
				851 568th Base Unit, 4th Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Mauldin Airport, Brownsville, TX 18May44. 
					568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged caused by mechanical failure at Brownsville Field 
					26Jun44.  To RFC at McKellar Field Sep 29, 1944
				852 surveyed Apr 17, 1941
				853 559th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Substantially damaged landing at Abbeville 
					Municipal Airport, GA 20Apr42. Force landed after engine failure two miles south of Turner 
					Field 19Jan43. 95th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 23rd Two Engine Flying Training 
					Group, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 12Feb43. 
					Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Auxiliary Field #2, 
					West Smithville, GA 26Apr43. 568th Base Unit, 4th Operational Training Unit, Air Transport 
					Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Brownsville
					 Field 19Apr44.  Surveyed Apr 26 1944
				854 558th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Substantially damaged when force landed 
					after engine failure ten miles southeast of Berry, AL 12Mar42. 729th Navigation Training 
					Squadron, Selman Field, Monroe, LA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Selman 
					Field 7Jun43 and 2Oct43.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 14, 1944.  
					Registered 1946 as NC55272; later as N55272. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ; refurbished for
					 delivery to Peru. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Jun54]. 
					To Peruvian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea del Perú Jun54 as 566. 
				855 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Andalusia 
					Airport, AL 10Feb41. Substantially damaged landing at Maxwell Field 16Jul41. 
					95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Force landed after engine failure 
					seven miles southeast of Turner Field 11Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Turner Field 17Nov42. Basic Flying School, Newport Field, AR. Substantially damaged 
					when ground looped at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL 2Jan43. 4th Ferrying Squadron, 
					2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Damaged when ground looped landing at New Castle AAB 5Nov43. 
					Surveyed Dec 17, 1943.  Listed as NC58478/N58478.
				856 (MSN 55-1606) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL
					Pilot killed when dove-in 10 mi W of Maxwell Field Feb 27, 1941.  Repaired. wfu; to NC63610; to NC4620
					with Hawthorne Flying Service, Charleston, SC in 1954; 
					to Peruvian AF as 563 in May 1954