1941 USAAF Serial Numbers (41-1 to 41-6721)


Last revised October 15, 2017


41-001			Platt-LePage XR-1
				Model PL-3.  Was first American military helicopter to take off and hover with good control
					Tested at Wright Field throughtout the war.  Last flight Jun 21, 1946.  Given to Smithsonian Institution.
					In storage at NASM Garber facility bldg. 7, Suitland, MD
41-002/003		Boeing XB-29 Superfortress
				MSN 2482, 2481
				002 Named ‘The Flying Guinea Pig’.   First flight Sep 21, 1942.  Flown 30Aug43 from Seattle to Wichita as part 
					of the effort to expand the production and test flight programme. Returned to Seattle by end of 1943.
  					Scrapped May 11, 1948.
				003 first flight Dec 28, 1942.  Crashed into Frye slaughterhouse and meat processing plant
					in Seattle Feb 18, 1943 after inflight fire. Eddie Allen, Bob
					Dansfield, 9 other crew, 22 in building and one city fireman
					were killed.
41-004			Tucker XP-57
				Contract cancelled.  Aircraft never built due to financial probmems at Tucker Aviation.
					 Number reissued to Douglas XB-31 (Model 332), which was also cancelled.
41-005/037		Cessna AT-8
				MSN 1030/1062
				006 w/o Aug 16, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
				009 w/o Jul 1, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
				010 w/o Aug 28, 1942 at Demopolis, AL
				012 w/o Oct 23, 1942 at Starkville, MS
				013 w/o Jan 8, 1942 at Rayville, LA
				014 w/o Apr 10, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				015 w/o Apr 16, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				017 w/o Jul 29, 1941 at Waskom, TX
				018 w/o Nov 30, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				019 w/o Jul 29, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				020 w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Vernon, TX
				021 w/o Jul 8, 1941 at Henderson, TX
				025 w/o Mar 31, 1942 at Kaye Field, MS
				029 w/o Nov 18, 1942 at Shaw Field, SC
				Plane marked as 41-030 flying as N30L, but it is actually a UC-78, USAF serial number 42-58281.  I saw this
					plane at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill 8-5-95.
				031 w/o Jun 9, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				032 w/o Mar 23, 1942 at Kaye Field, MS
				033 w/o Sep 1, 1941 at Woodlawn, TX
				034 w/o Jun 25, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				036 w/o Mar 19, 1942 at Key Field, MS
				037 w/o Jul 20, 1942 at NAAF Newport, AR
41-038/039		North American XP-51 Mustang
				MSN 73-3101,3107.  Fourth and tenth NA-73 for RAF (AG348, AG354) diverted to USAAF.
				038 (MSN 73-3101) was originally allocated to RAF as AG348 but was not delivered.
					The serial AG348 was reallocated to NA-73 Mustang I MSN 73-3100 which
					was a direct purchase by RAF that did not have USAAF serial.  Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Dec 28, 1941 to Nov 2, 1942.
					Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Jan 11, 1944 to Jul 25, 1945.
					Assigned to Freeman Field, IN.
					Went to NASM in 1950, first to Park Ridge, IL then to Silver
					Hill, MD.  To EAA Aviation Foundation of Oshkosh, WI in 1975, registered
					as N51NA.
				039 (MSN 73-3107) assigned to Woodrum Field, Roanoke, VA.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Mar 9, 1943 to Jan 15, 1944.
					Surveyed for ALD test Jan 15, 1944.
41-040/139		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
				043 (MSN T41-432) w/o Jun 11, 1941 at Cimmaron Field, OK
				045 (MSN T41-434) w/o Dec 17, 1941 at Cimmaron Field, OK
				050 (MSN T41-439) w/o Jul 29, 1941 at Grider Field, AR
				057 (MSN T41-446) w/o Oct 22, 1941 at Beaton AAAF, TX
				061 (MSN T41-450) w/o Jun 13, 1944 at Kewanee AAAF, MO
				065 (MSN T41-454) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Broken Arrow, OK
				066 (MSN T41-455) w/o Apr 3, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF #7, OK
				070 (MSN T41-459) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Bertrand Field, MO
				071 (MSN T41-460) w/o Aug 19, 1942 at Sikeston, MO
				073 (MSN T41-462) w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Gillett AR
				076 (MSN T41-465) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Hatbox Field, OK
				084 (MSN T41-473) w/o Apr 9, 1944 at Corsicana, TX
				087 (MSN T41-476) w/o Jul 28, 1942 at Corsicana, TX
				088 (MSN T41-477) w/o Jun 30, 1943 at Corsicana, TX
				090 (MSN T41-479) w/o Jan 11, 1943 at Corsicana AAAF 4, TX
				092 (MSN T41-481) w/o Aug 17, 1943 at Satellite Field, TX
				093 (MSN T41-482) w/o Feb 1, 1944 at Corsicana AAAF #2, TX
				097 (MSN T41-486) w/o Apr 27, 1943 at Ft Stockton, TX
				098 (MSN T41-487) w/o May 12, 1941 at Hicks Field, TX
				103 (MSN T41-492) w/o Feb 12, 1942 at Arledge Field, TX
				104 (MSN T41-493) w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
				106 (MSN T41-495) w/o Feb 15, 1944 at Alamagordo AAF, NM
				107 (MSN T41-496) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
				110 (MSN T41-499) w/o Dec 8, 1941 at Muskogee, OK
				113 (MSN T41-502) to Norwegian AF
				123 (MSN T41-512) w/o Jul 30, 1942 at Ironton, MO
				128 (MSN T41-517) w/o Oct 22, 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
				130 (MSN T41-519) w/o Feb 9, 1943 at Kewanee, MO
				133 (MSN T41-522) w/o Jul 6, 1943 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
				135 (MSN T41-524) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at El Reno, OK
				138 (MSN T41-527) w/o Jul 15, 1943 at Piedmont AAAF, MO 
41-140			Curtiss XP-53
				Cancelled contract
41-141/142		Consolidated XB-32 Dominator
				141 w/o May 10, 1943 when crashed on takeoff from Lindbergh Field, California 
41-143/148		Stinson YO-54
				Stinson 105 Voyager
				144 (MSN 7250) w/o Dec 11, 1940 at Blakely, GA
41-149/665		North American AT-6A-NA Texan
				149/173 MSN 77-3958/3982
					152 (MSN 77-3961) w/o Jun 10, 1943 at Indian Springs Airport, NV.
					155 (MSN 77-3964) w/o Jan 6, 1941 at Stockton Field, CA
					157 (MSN 77-3966) w/o Oct 1, 1943 at Camp Hood, TX
					159 (MSN 77-3968) w/o Mar 4, 1944 at Naples Airport, FL
					162 (MSN 77-3971) w/o Jun 30, 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
					165 (MSN 77-3974) w/o Jan 3, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
					167 (MSN 77-3976) registered NC60708.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16226 1952-1957.  To Argentine Navy in 1959 marked as 04467, EAN-238.
						Marked at 0497 according to Museo de la Aviacion Naval.
						In 1970 to Paraguayan Navy marked as 446, 266.  Sold in USA in 1989
					168 (MSN 77-3977) w/o Nov 3, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
					169 (MSN 77-3978) w/o Apr 3, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
					173 (MSN 77-3982) registered NC73544.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16241 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
				174/323 MSN 77-4133/4282.  The following MSNs are from Hagedorn.  One reference has 174/665 being MSN 77-4133/4624
					174 (MSN 77-4133) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Katy, TX
					178 (MSN 77-4137) to Royal Thai AF as F8-61/93
					180 (MSN 77-4139) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Falfurries, TX
					182 (MSN 77-4141)
					183 (MSN 77-4142) w/o Nov 12, 1943 at El Indio, TX
					184 (MSN 77-4143) w/o Feb 20, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
					185 (MSN 77-4144) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Goodsprings, NV
					186 (MSN 77-4145) w/o Jun 26, 1943 at Fulton, CA
					188 (MSN 77-4147) w/o Mar 5, 1k945 at Ajo AAF, AZ
					189 (MSN 77-4148) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
					192 (MSN 77-4151)
					194 (MSN 77-4153) w/o Jun 20, 1944 2 im N of Florence Prisoner of War Camp, AZ
					195 (MSN 77-4154)
					198 (MSN 77-4157)
					199 (MSN 77-4158) w/o Dec 22, 1941 at Stockton Field, CA
					201 (MSN 77-4160) w/o May 20, 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
					203 (MSN 77-4162) w/o Apr 15, 1942 at Escalon, CA
					204 (MSN 77-4163) w/o Aug 29, 1941 at Eglin Gunnery Range #2, FL
					206 (MSN 77-4165) w/o Jan 14, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					207 (MSN 77-4166) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Selma Muni Airport, AL
					208 (MSN 77-4167) w/o Jun 1, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
					209 (MSN 77-4168) w/o Jun 24, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					210 (MSN 77-4169) w/o Nov 17, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
					211 (MSN 77-4170) w/o Sep 4, 1941 at Bay Minette, AL
					212 (MSN 77-4171) w/o Sep 22, 1942 at Tyndall Field, FL
					213 (MSN 77-4172) to Royal Thai AF as F8-62/93
					214 (MSN 77-4173) w/o Jun 27, 1941at Constitution, GA
					215 (MSN 77-4174) w/o Mar 8, 1943 at Apalachicola Gunnery Camp, FL
					216 (MSN 77-4175) W/O mAY 19, 1942 at Furniss Field, AL
					217 (MSN 77-4176) to Portugal as FAP 707 then 1608 (CS).  To civil registry as G-BGGR, then D-FOBY (NTU).
						Preserved at Schwenningen Museum, Germany.  Noted 2005 at Albatros
						Flugmuseum, Stuttgart AP, Germany
					218 (MSN 77-4177) w/o Apr 6, 1943 at Apalachiocola Gunnery Camp, FL
					220 (MSN 77-4179) w/o Jun 11, 1942 at Napier Field, AL
					222 (MSN 77-4181) w/o Jun 21, 1943 at Valdosta, GA
					223 (MSN 77-4182) w/o Apr 30, 1944 at Jackson AAF, MS
					231 (MSN 77-4190) w/o Feb 28, 1943 at Mather Field, CA
					233 (MSN 77-4192) w/o Jul 24, 1941 at Corning, CA
					234 (MSN 77-4193) to civil registry as NX61269
					235 (MSN 77-4194) w/o Dec 4, 1943 at Coolidge AAAF, AZ
					236 (MSN 77-4195) w/o Jun 3, 1941 at Turlock, CA
					237 (MSN 77-4196) W/o Oct 7, 1941 at Stockton Field, CA
					238 (MSN 77-4197) to Royal Thai AF as F8-31/93
					239 (MSN 77-4198) w/o Dec 30, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
					240 (MSN 77-4199) w/o May 37, 943 at Kingman, AZ
					241 (MSN 77-4200) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Yucca AAAF, AZ
					243 (MSN 77-4202) w/o Jul 14, 1943 at Indian Springs Airport
					244 (MSN 77-4203) w/o Dec 29, 1941 at Summer, GA
					246 (MSN 77-4205) w/o May 10, 1944 at Eglin Field AAAF #3, FL
					247 (MSN 77-4206) w/o May 9, 1941 at New Orleans, LA
					249 (MSN 77-4208) w/o Apr 30, 1942 at Eglin Field AAAF #2, FL
					250 (MSN 77-4209) w/o Apr 25, 1944 at King George County, VA
					251 (MSN 77-4210) w/o Apr 7, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
					253 (MSN 77-4212) w/o Aug 20, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
					254 (MSN 77-4213) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Maxwell AAF, TX
					256 (MSN 77-4215) to Argentine Navy as 0353 in 1949, wfu in 1967.  registration N648DB reserved Apr 3, 2007,
						taken up Jun 11, 2007.  Current in 2011
					257 (MSN 77-4216) w/o aUG 25, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					258 (MSN 77-4217) w/o Oct 1, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
					259 (MSN 77-4218) w/o Jan 20, 1942 at Verbena, AL
					260 (MSN 77-4219) w/o Jul 23, 1943 at Lufkin, TX
					261 (MSN 77-4220) w/o Apr 23, 1942 at Leesburg, GA
					262 (MSN 77-4221) w/o Feb 18, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
					263 (MSN 77-4222) w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Chevalier Field, FL
					265 (MSN 77-4224) w/o Nov 17, 1941 at Manteca, CA
					268 (MSN 77-4227) w/o Jan 3, 1944 at Cottonwood, AZ
					269 (MSN 77-4228) w/o Aug 22, 1943 at San Bernardino AAF, CA
					270 (MSN 77-4229) w/o Aug 23, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ
					274 (MSN 77-4233) w/o Jul 31, 1941 at Warrior, AL
					275 (MSN 77-4234) w/o Oct 2, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
					277 (MSN 77-4236) w/o Feb q8, q9423 at Napier Field, AL
					278 (MSN 77-4237) w/o Dec 29, 1941 at Summer, GA
					279 (MSN 77-4238) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
					280 (MSN 77-4239) w/o Jan 30, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					281 (MSN 77-4240) w/o Feb 22, 1941 at Columbiana, AL
					282 (MSN 77-4241) w/o Dec 27, 1941 at Leesburg, GA
					284 (MSN 77-4243) w/o Jul 17, 1941 at Temple, TX
					286 (MSN 77-4245) to Royal Thai AF as F8-75/93
					290 (MSN 77-4249) w/o Aug 28, 1943 at Laredo AAF, TX
					291 (MSN 77-4250) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Laredo AAF, TX
					292 (MSN 77-4251) w/o Dec 1, 1943 at Lincoln AAF, NE
					293 (MSN 77-4252) w/o Mar 27, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX
					295 (MSN 77-4254) w/o Dec 13, 1942 at Laredo AAF, TX
					298 (MSN 77-4257) w/o Oct 24, 1942 at Bayou La Batre, AL
					299 (MSN 77-4258) w/o Jul 5, 1943 at Evergreen, AL
					300 (MSN 77-4259) registered NC75704.  To Swedish AF 1953-1955 as 16287.  Registered SE-CAR, then D-IBEC 
						Apr 9, 1956.   Registered D-FBEC Dec 5, 1957, cancelled Aug 17, 1963. 
						To Portuguese AF Jun 2, 1963 as 1793
					301 (MSN 77-4260) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Camden, AL
					302 (MSN 77-4261) w/o Feb 22, 1944 at Perry AAF, FL
					308 (MSN 77-4267) w/o Aug 19, 1943 at Foster Field, TX
					311 (MSN 77-4270) W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ; repaired (?); to Chile AF as 286; w/o 27 Dec 1960 
					313 (MSN 77-4272) registered NC66149.  To Swedish AF as 16299 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
					314 (MSN 77-4273) w/o Mar 3, 1943 at Selfield, AL
					315 (MSN 77-4274) w/o Mar 31, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
					316 (MSN 77-4275) w/o Aug 9, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					318 (MSN 77-4277) w/o Mar 21, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
					319 (MSN 77-4278) registered NC58421.  To Swedish AF as 16246 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
					321 (MSN 77-4280) w/o Dec 2, 1941 at Eglin Field, FL
					323 (MSN 77-4282) w/o Oct 20, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
				324/343 (MSN 77-4293/4312)
					324 (MSN 77-4293)
					325 (MSN 77-4294) w/o Dec 78, 1942 at Segin, TX
					327 (MSN 77-4296) w/o May 3, 1942 at Lubbock, TX
					328 (MSN 77-4297) damaged Oct 5, 1943 at Yoakum, TX. Repaired.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 1165.  
						Preserved at Ha'aretz
					329 (MSN 77-4298) w/o Sep 7, 1942 at Foster Field, TX
					330 (MSN 77-4299) w/o Feb 2, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX
					331 (MSN 77-4300) to South African AF as 7638
					332 (MSN 77-4301) w/o Feb 28, 1943 at Yoakum, TX
					334 (MSN 77-4303)
					338 (MSN 77-4307)
					339 (MSN 77-4308) w/o Oct 13, 1942 at Lake Charles AFS, LA
					341 (MSN 77-4310)
					342 (MSN 77-4311) w/o Mar 19, 1942 at Las Vegas, NV
 					343 (MSN 77-4312)
				344/373 (MSN 77-4323/4353)
					344 (MSN 77-4323) w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Baton Rouge, LA
					345 (MSN 77-4324)
					346 (MSN 77-4325) w/o Apr 19, 1943 at Andalusia, AL
					347 (MSN 77-4326)
					348 (MSN 77-4327)
					350 (MSN 77-4329) w/o Feb 21, 1943 at Greenville, AL
					352 (MSN 77-4331) w/o Sep 29, 1943 at Uniontown, AL
					353 (MSN 77-4332) w/o Mar 27, 1943 at Craig AAF, AL
					354 (MSN 77-4333) w/o Feb 8, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					355 (MSN 77-4334) w/o Jan 13, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					356 (MSN 77-4335) 
					358 (MSN 77-4337) w/o Nov 15, 1942 at Fort Meyers, FL
					359 (MSN 77-4338) w/o Nov 10, 1941 at Craig Field, AL
					361 (MSN 77-4340) w/o Jan 22, 1944 at Little Marco Pass, FL
					362 (MSN 77-4341) w/o Jan 21, 19042 at Atmore, AL
					363 (MSN 77-4342)
					364 (MSN 77-4343)
					365 (MSN 77-4344)
					366 (MSN 77-4345) w/o Aug 30, 941 at Mobile, AL
					367 (MSN 77-4346) w/o Dec 1, 1942 at Vicksburg, MS
					368 (MSN 77-4347) w/op Jul 22, 1943 at Mollette Field, AL
					373 (MSN 77-4352)
				374/393 (MSN 77-4363/4382)
					374 (MSN 77-4363) w/o Feb 10, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ
					375 (MSN 77-4364)
					376 (MSN 77-4365)
					377 (MSN 77-4366)
					378 (MSN 77-4367) w/o Dec 10, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
					379 (MSN 77-4368)
					380 (MSN 77-4369)
					381 (MSN 77-4370)
					382 (MSN 77-4371)
					383 (MSN 77-4372)
					384 (MSN 77-4373)
					385 (MSN 77-4374) w/o Feb 7, 1942 at Tallahassee, FL
					386 (MSN 77-4375) w/o Feb 3, 19o44 at Craig Field, AL
					387 (MSN 77-4376)
					388 (MSN 77-4377)
					389 (MSN 77-4378) w/o Oct 3, 142 at York, AL
					390 (MSN 77-4379)
					391 (MSN 77-4380)
					392 (MSN 77-4381) w/o Jan 21, 1942 at Andalusa, AL
					393 (MSN 77-4382) w/o Mar 15, 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Ft Myers, FL
				394/423 (MSN 77-4393/4422)
					394 (MSN 77-4393) w/o Aug 14, 1944 at Tonopah, AZ
					395 (MSN 77-4394) w/o Jun 13, 1941 at Turlock, CA
					396 (MSN 77-4395)
					397 (MSN 77-4396) w/o Oct 3, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
					398 (MSN 77-4397)
					399 (MSN 77-4398) w/o Jun 19, 1944 at Goodyear AAAF, AZ
					400 (MSN 77-4399) w/o Jul 20, 1943 at Roswell AAF, NM
					401 (MSN 77-4400) w/o Dec 3, 1941 at Placerville, CA
					402 (MSN 77-4401)
					403 (MSN 77-4402) w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Coalinga, CA
					404 (MSN 77-4403) w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
					405 (MSN 77-4404) wfu.  To NC67097; to El Salvador AF as 4 in Jul 1949
					406 (MSN 77-4405) w/o Mar 2, 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Florida
					407 (MSN 77-4406) w/o Jun 9, 1944 at Luke Field AAAF #5, AZ
					408 (MSN 77-4407) w/o Oct 17, 1942 at Eglin AAAF #4, FL
					409 (MSN 77-4408)
					410 (MSN 77-4409) w/o Jan 14, 1942 at Craig, AL
					411 (MSN 77-4410) w/o Jul 20, 1944 at Craig Field, AL
					412 (MSN 77-4411) w/o Apr 22, 19o42 at Lumberton, MS
					413 (MSN 77-4412)
					414 (MSN 77-4413) w/o Oct 6, 1944 at Spence Field, GA
					415 (MSN 77-4414) w/o Aug 8, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					416 (MSN 77-4415) w/o Jun 2, 1944 at Linden, AL
					417 (MSN 77-4416) w/o Sep 1, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					418 (MSN 77-4417)
					419 (MSN 77-4418) w/o Mayh 23, 1942 at Malvern, AL
					420 (MSN 77-4419) w/o Nov 12, 1942 at Demopolis, AL
					421 (MSN 77-4420) w/o Aug 21, 1943 at Milton, FL
					422 (MSN 77-4421) w/o Jul 31, 1941 at Warrior, AL
					423 (MSN 77-4422) w/o Jul 17, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
				424/443 (MSN 77-4433/4452)
					424 (MSN 77-4433)
					425 (MSN 77-4434) w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Prattville, AL
					426 (MSN 77-4435)
					427 (MSN 77-4436)
					428 (MSN 77-4437)
					429 (MSN 77-4438)
					430 (MSN 77-4439) w/o Dec 11, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
					431 (MSN 77-4440) w/o Jul 25, 1942 at Selma, AL
					432 (MSN 77-4441) w/o Nov 1, 1942 at Marianna AFS, FL
					433 (MSN 77-4442) w/o Sep 17, 1944 at Kingman AAF, AZ
					434 (MSN 77-4443)
					435 (MSN 77-4444)
					436 (MSN 77-4445)
					437 (MSN 77-4446)
					438 (MSN 77-4447)
					439 (MSN 77-4448) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Mather Field, CA
					440 (MSN 77-4449)
					441 (MSN 77-4450)
					442 (MSN 77-4451) w/o Oct 25, 1941 at New Jerusalem AAAF, C
					443 (MSN 77-4452) w/o May 11, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
				444/473 (MSN 77-4463/4492)
					444 (MSN 77-4463) w/o Jun 1, 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
					445 (MSN 77-4464) w/o May 27, 1942 at Tonopah Gunnery Range, NV
					446 (MSN 77-4465)
					447 (MSN 77-4466) w/o Apr 2, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
					448 (MSN 77-4467)
					449 (MSN 77-4468) wfu, to NC59642.  To Chile AF as 291.  W/o Mar 16, 1954
					450 (MSN 77-4469)
					451 (MSN 77-4470)
					452 (MSN 77-4471) w/o Sep 26, 1941 at Chico, CA
					453 (MSN 77-4472)
					454 (MSN 77-4473)
					455 (MSN 77-4474)
					456 (MSN 77-4475) w/o Sep 1, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					457 (MSN 77-4476)
					458 (MSN 77-4477) w/o Mar 28, 1945 at Hattisburg, MS
					459 (MSN 77-4478) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL
					460 (MSN 77-4479) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					461 (MSN 77-4480)
					462 (MSN 77-4481)
					463 (MSN 77-4482) w/o Mar 24, 1943 at Salfield, AL
					464 (MSN 77-4483) crashed near Colon, Nebraska Jun 19, 1945.  Both crew killed.
					465 (MSN 77-4484)
					466 (MSN 77-4485) Wfu; to NC65797; to AN-ADE; to Nicaragua AF as 50 in Dec 1947
					467 (MSN 77-4486)
					468 (MSN 77-4487) registered NC60997.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16280 1953-1957.  Registered N99268 in 1957
					469 (MSN 77-4488) w/o Aug 3, 1943 at Brooks AAAF #4, TX
					470 (MSN 77-4489)
					471 (MSN 77-4490) w/o Aug 6, 1941 at Somerset, TX
					472 (MSN 77-4491) w/o May 9, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
					473 (MSN 77-4492) w/o Jul 12, 1942 at Corpus Christi, TX
				474/503 (MSN 77-4503/4532)
					474 (MSN 77-4503)
					475 (MSN 77-4504)
					476 (MSN 77-4505) w/o Nov 12, 1943 at el Indio, TX, repaired.  To Portuguese AF as 1606
					477 (MSN 77-4506)
					478 (MSN 77-4507)
					479 (MSN 77-4508)
					480 (MSN 77-4509)
					481 (MSN 77-4510) w/o Nov 4, 1942 at Clanton, AL
					482 (MSN 77-4511) w/o Jun 23, 1945 at Tom Beam, TX
					483 (MSN 77-4512) w/o Jun 12, 1942 at Autaugaville, AL
					484 (MSN 77-4513) w/o Jun 7, 1943 at Napier Field, AL
					485 (MSN 77-4514) w/o Jul 19, 1941 at Seale, AL
					486 (MSN 77-4515)
					487 (MSN 77-4516) w/o Oct 1, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
					488 (MSN 77-4517) crashed Nov 11, 1944 at Higgins airport, near New Orleans, LA.  A prisoner had 
						escaped from Craig Field, AL guardhouse and fled in this Army plane.  He parachuted from the plane before
						it crashed
					489 (MSN 77-4518)
					490 (MSN 77-4519)
					491 (MSN 77-4520) w/o Jun 17, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ 
					492 (MSN 77-4521)
					493 (MSN 77-4522) w/o Aug 18, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
					494 (MSN 77-4523) 
					495 (MSN 77-4524) w/o Jun 4, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX, repaired.  Registered NC60864.  
						To Royal Swedish AF as 16269 1953-1957.  Registered SE-CHP in 1958, still airworthy.
					496 (MSN 77-4525) w/o Mayh 123, 19o44 at Angleton, TX
					497 (MSN 77-4526)
					498 (MSN 77-4527)
					499 (MSN 77-4528) wfu, to N62280.
					500 (MSN 77-4529)
					501 (MSN 77-4530)
					502 (MSN 77-4531)
					503 (MSN 77-4532)
				504/544 (MSN 77-4543/4583)
					504 (MSN 77-4543) w/o May 11, 1943 at Foster Field, TX
					505 (MSN 77-4544) w/o May 8 194 at Amarillo, TX
					506 (MSN 77-4545) to Portuguese AF as 1604
					507 (MSN 77-4546) w/o Jul 14, 1941 at Floresville, TX
					508 (MSN 77-4547)
					509 (MSN 77-4548)
					510 (MSN 77-4549)
					511 (MSN 77-4550)
					512 (MSN 77-4551)
					513 (MSN 77-4552) w/o Apr 9, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
					514 (MSN 77-4553) w/o Sep 23, 1943 at Laredo AAF
					515 (MSN 77-4554)
					516 (MSN 77-4555) w/o Dec 23, 1944 at Montgomery, AL
					517 (MSN 77-4556) w/ o Nov 8, 1942 at Scott Field, IL
					518 (MSN 77-4557) w/o Jun 23, 1944 at Dothan, AL
					519 (MSN 77-4558) registered NC67138.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16304 1954-1957.  Sold in USA
					520 (MSN 77-4559)
					521 (MSN 77-4560)
					522 (MSN 77-4561) w/o Mar 15, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
					523 (MSN 77-4562)
					524 (MSN 77-4563) w/o Sep 22, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
					525 (MSN 77-4564)
					526 (MSN 77-4565) w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
					527 (MSN 77-4566) registered NC65907.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16259 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
					528 (MSN 77-4567) w/o Mar 4, 1942 at Eglin AAAF #4, FL
					529 (MSN 77-4568)
					530 (MSN 77-4569) w/o Oct 5, 1944 at Eglin AAAF #6, FL
					531 (MSN 77-4570) w/o Oct 15, 1942 at Eglin AAAF #4, FL, repaired.  registered NC66109.  To Royal 
						Swedish AF as 16312 1954-1955.  Scrapped in 1955 after crash
					532 (MSN 77-4571) w/o Mar 29, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL
					533 (MSN 77-4572)
					534 (MSN 77-4573) w/o Mar 31, 1943 at Las Vegas, NV
					535 (MSN 77-4574) w/o Se;p 19, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
					536 (MSN 77-4575) w/o Oct 4, 1944 at Gila Bend, AZ
					537 (MSN 77-4576)
					538 (MSN 77-4577) w/o Oct 4, 1944 at Gila Bend, AZ
					539 (MSN 77-4578) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Lake Tahoe, NV
					540 (MSN 77-4579) w/o Jul 20, `1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
					541 (MSN 77-4580)
					542 (MSN 77-4581)
					543 (MSN 77-4582)
					544 (MSN 77-4583)
				545/583 (MSN 77-4594/4632)
					545 (MSN 77-4594)
					546 (MSN 77-4595)
					551 (MSN 77-4600) w/o Oct 29, 1943 at Laguna Madre Sub Base, TX
					554 (MSN 77-4603) w/o Jun 26, 1942 at Luke AAF, AZ
					556 (MSN 77-4605) w/o Jun 2, 1942 at Luke AAF, AZ
					559 (MSN 77-4608) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at McChord Field, WA
					563 (MSN 77-4612) w/o May 1, 1944 at Picacho Reservoir, AZ
					564 (MSN 77-4613) to Israeli AF as 1108.  WFU
					565 (MSN 77-4614) w/o Jun 12, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					566 (MSN 77-4615) w/o Dec 10, 1941 at Gainsville, AL
					567 (MSN 77-4616) w/o Jul 15, 1941 at Evergreen, AL
					569 (MSN 77-4618) w/o Oct 17, 1942 at Firing Range #3, Eglin Field, FL
					573 (MSN 77-4622) w/o Sep 29, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
					574 (MSN 77-4623) w/o Aug 21, 1941 at Luke AAF, AZ
					576 (MSN 77-4625) w/o Feb 6, 1943 at Yuma AAF, AZ
					577 (MSN 77-4626) w/o Aug 13, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
					578 (MSN 77-4627)
					579 (MSN 77-4628) w/o Aug 6, 1941 at Ajo, AZ
					580 (MSN 77-4629)
					582 (MSN 77-4631)
					583 (MSN 77-4632) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Mather Field, CA
				584/653 (MSN 77-4643/4722)
					584 (MSN 77-4643) w/o Sep 16, 1941 at Kelly Field Aux #2, TX
					586 (MSN 77-4645) w/o Aug 3, 1942 at Dilley, TX
					587 (MSN 77-4646)
					589 (MSN 77-4648) w/o Oct 18, 1941 at Mineral, KS
					591 (MSN 77-4650) w/o Jul 20, 1943 at Laguna Madre Sub Base, TX
					592 (MSN 77-4651)
					594 (MSN 77-4653)
					595 (MSN 77-4654) w/o Dec 5, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
					597 (MSN 77-4656) w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Haticha, NM
					598 (MSN 77-4657) w/o Dec 6, 1943 at San Bernardino AAF, CA
					600 (MSN 77-4659) w/o May 5, 1943 at Delmar, CA
					601 (MSN 77-4660) w/op Aug 21, 141 at Luke AAF, AZ
					603 (MSN 77-4662) w/o Aug 6, 1941 at Ajo, AZ
					604 (MSN 77-4663) w/o Dec 16, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL
					608 (MSN 77-4667) w/o Jan 10, 1943 at Marianna, FL
					609 (MSN 77-4668) w/o Nov 19, 1941 at Eglin Field, FL
					610 (MSN 77-4669) w/o Aug 30, 1941 at Mobile, AL
					615 (MSN 77-4674)
					616 (MSN 77-4675) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Las Vegas, NV
					617 (MSN 77-4676) w/o Feb 67, 1942 at Merced, CA
					618 (MSN 77-4677) wfu, to Argentine Navy as 0194 in Jan 1947.  WFU in 1960.
					619 (MSN 77-4678) w/o Jun 4, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
					620 (MSN 77-4679)
					622 (MSN 77-4681) w/o Feb 12, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ
					623 (MSN 77-4682)
					624 (MSN 77-4693)
					629 (MSN 77-4698) w/o Nov 23, 1942 at War Eagle Field, CA, repaired. to South African AF as 7661
					630 (MSN 77-4699)
					631 (MSN 77-4700) w/o Mar 11, 1944 at Craig Field, AL
					634 (MSN 77-4703) wfu, to NC65785, to Chilean AF as 296, w/o Sep 24, 1959.
					635 (MSN 77-4704) w/o Aug 25, 1941 at Luck Field, AZ
					636 (MSN 77-4705) w/o Jul 23, 1942 at Salome, AZ
					637 (MSN 77-4706)
					639 (MSN 77-4708)
					641 (MSN 77-4710) W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Yuma, AZ; repaired (?); to Argentine Navy as 0345 in 1949
					643 (MSN 77-4712)
					645 (MSN 77-4714)
					651 (MSN 77-4720) w/o Aug 12, 1o942 at Chautemoc, Mexico
					652 (MSN 77-4721) w/o May 1, 1944 at Picacho Reservoir, AZ
					653 (MSN 77-4722) to Royal Thai AF as F8-14/91
				654/665 (MSN 77-4733/4744)
					654 (MSN 77-4733) w/o Feb 9, 942 at Hermanas, NM, repaired.  To Israel AF as 1108 and noted on 
						Hatzerim AB dump in May 2006
					655 (MSN 77-4734) w/o Jul 3, 1942 at Paulden, AZ
					656 (MSN 77-4735) wfu, to Argentine Navy as 0357 in 1950.
					657 (MSN 77-4736)
					658 (MSN 77-4737) W/o May 18, 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Dale Mabry Field, FL 
					659 (MSN 77-4738) w/o Dec 27, 1941 at Craig Field, AL
					660 (MSN 77-4739) w/o Apr 22, 1941 at Lumberton, MS
					661 (MSN 77-4740)  w/o May 19, 1943 at Atmore, AL
					662 (MSN 77-4741) w/o Jun 26, 1942 at 3 mi SW of Beatrice, AL
					664 (MSN 77-4743) noted in 1974 in a barn somewhere in Arizona	
					665 (MSN 77-4744) to Royal Thai AF as F8-16/91	
41-666/785		North American AT-6A-NT Texan
				The following MSNs are from Hagedorn.  Another reference has MSNs being 78-4625/4744.  
					Andrade lists 776/785 as being MSN 78-6072/6081.
				666/735 (MSN 78-5932/6001)
					666 (MSN 78-5932) w/o Jul 11, 1944 at Maudlin's Aux Airport, TX
					668 (MSN 78-5934)
					669 (MSN 78-5935) w/o Mar 17, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX
					670 (MSN 78-5936) w/o Oct 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
					672 (MSN 78-5938) w/o Sep 16, 1941 at Kelly Field Aux #2, TX
					674 (MSN 78-5940) w/o May 27, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
					677 (MSN 78-5943) W/o Jul 10, 1945 at Lincoln AAF, NE; repaired (?); wfu; to Peru AF as 390 in Jul 1946
					681 (MSN 78-5947) w/o May 27,1941 at Kelly Field, TX
					682 (MSN 78-5948)
					683 (MSN 78-5949) w/o Nov q4, 1942 in Texas (?)
					686 (MSN 78-5952) w/o Mar 6, 1945 at Pecos, TX
					687 (MSN 78-5953) w/o Jun 7, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX 
					691 (MSN 78-5957) 
					694 (MSN 78-5960) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
					695 (MSN 78-5961)
					697 (MSN 78-5963) w/o Aug 1, 1942 at Austwell, TX
					698 (MSN 78-5964) w/o Apr 23, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
					699 (MSN 78-5965)
					704 (MSN 78-5970) w/o May 13, 1943 at Harlingen AAF, TX
					706 (MSN 78-5972) w/o Aug 11, 1941 at Boerne, TX
					708 (MSN 78-5974) w/o Nov 11, 1945 at Lincoln, NE
					709 (MSN 78-5975)
					710 (MSN 78-5976)
					714 (MSN 78-5980)
					718 (MSN 78-5984) w/o Mar 24, 1942 at Foster Field, TX
					719 (MSN 78-5985)
					720 (MSN 78-5986) w/o Oct 13, 1942 at Galveston Island, TX
					725 (MSN 78-5991) w/o Nov 5, 1944 at Trout Lake, Canada
					726 (MSN 78-5992) w/o Mar 29, 1944 at Laredo, TX
					727 (MSN 78-5993) w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Yoakum, TX
					728 (MSN 78-5994) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Red Bluff AAAF, TX
					731 (MSN 78-5997) w/o Jun 14, 1944 at Napier Field, AL
					732 (MSN 78-5998) w/o Apr 22, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
					733 (MSN 78-5999) w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
					735 (MSN 78-6001) w/o Oct 22, 1943 at Brookhaven, TX
				736/755 (MSN 78-6012/6031)
					737 (MSN 78-6013)
					745 (MSN 78-6021) with 380th SS crashed after midair collision with AT-6A 41-750 at Tyler, AL Feb 5, 1942.
					747 (MSN 78-6023) wfu, to Peruvian AF as 388 in Jul 1946.
					750 (MSN 78-6026) (380th SS) crashed after midair collision with AT-6A 41-745 at Tyler, AL Feb 5, 1942.
						Must have been repaired since w/o Jul 2, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
					751 (MSN 78-6027) w/o Apr 6, 1943 at Pleasant Hill, AL
					754 (MSN 78-6030) w/o Jun 12, 1943 at Craig Field, AL
					755 (MSN 78-6031) w/o Jan 20, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
				756/775 (MSN 78-6042/6061)
					756 (MSN 78-6042) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Rehoboth, AL
					759 (MSN 78-6045)
					761 (MSN 78-6047) w/o Feb 28, 1943 at Cuero, TX
					762 (MSN 78-6048) w/o Oct 3, 1944 at Plantersville, AL
					763 (MSN 78-6049) w/o Mayu 2, 1942 at Sequin, TX
					764 (MSN 78-6050)
					765 (MSN 78-6051) w/o Nov 2, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
					766 (MSN 78-6052)
					768 (MSN 78-6054) w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Tuskegee, AL
					769 (MSN 78-6055) w/o Dec 26, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
					770 (MSN 78-6056) registered NC66152.  To Swedish AF as 16281 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
					772 (MSN 78-6058) w/o Apr 23, 1k942 at Shubuta, MS
					774 (MSN 78-6060) w/o Jun 26, 1944 at Eglin Field AAAF #4, FL
					775 (MSN 78-6061) w/o Nov 23, 1942 at Mendenhall, MS
				776/785 (MSN 78-6072/6081
					776 (MSN 78-6072) w/o May 1, 1944 at Eglin Field, FL
					777 (MSN 78-6073) w/o Aug 8, 1944 at Napier Field, AL
					778 (MSN 78-6074) w/o May 17, 1942 at Matagorda Gunnery Range, TX
					780 (MSN 78-6076) w/o Jan 24, 1944 at Craig Field, Selma, AL
					781 (MSN 78-6077) w/o Jan 5, 1943 at Ft Myers, FL
					783 (MSN 78-6079)
					784 (MSN 78-6080) Wfu; to NX63829; to Chile AF as 279 in Dec 1949; w/o Dec 14, 1949 at Tapachula, Mexico
41-786			Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet
				Model N2B.  First flowin Sep 30, 1943.  W/o Oct 8, 1943 at Muroc Field, CA during high-speed ground run.
41-787/861		Stearman PT-13B-BW
				MSN 75-847/75-921
				790 (MSN 75-850) w/o Jun 13, 1944 at Dos Palos, CA
				791 (MSN 75-851) w/o Jul 27, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				793 (MSN 75-853) w/op Feb 90, 1943 at Puente AAAF, CA
				799 (MSN 75-859) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				800 (MSN 75-860) w/o Feb 28, 1942 at Oxnard Airport, CA
				802 (MSN 75-862) to civil registry as N56561, then SE-BOF, reported sold Aug 2003 to owner in Ireland.
					Now believed to be exported to Spain.
				806 (MSN 75-866) w/o Jan 5, 1942 at Chino, CA.  Also listed as being registered as N55721, now registered as N41806.
				807 (MSN 75-867) w/o May 18, 1943 at Waller Franklin Field, CA
				809 (MSN 75-869) w/o Nov 20, 1942 at Burns Field, OR
				811 (MSN 75-871) w/o May 7, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
				812 (MSN 75-872) w/o Mar 13, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
				813 (MSN 75-873) registered as N56099
				814 (MSN 75-874) to N55439, then N8043E, then N55439.  In South Africa as ZS-OVZ
				815 (MSN 75-875) w/o Sep 8, 1941 at Carlstrom Field, FL
				822 (MSN 75-882) w/o Feb 16, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				826 (MSN 75-886) w/o Jun 28, 1944 at Eagle Field, CA
				828 (MSN 75-888) registered as N56226
				831 (MSN 75-891) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at 9 mi SE of Oxnard, CA
				835 (MSN 75-895) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Ontario, CA; repaired (?); w/o Sep 22, 1943 at Mira Loma AAAF, CA
				837 (MSN 75-897) w/o Sep 20, 1942 at Chino, CA
				839 (MSN 75-899) to civil registry as N86600, then XB-GAJ, then
					N86600 again.  Crashed near Alexander Field, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 
					Aug 28, 2004.  One passenger killed.  Aircraft was sold and shipped to 
					Germany and has been extensively restored.  Noted airworthy at Aachen, Germany in US Navy color scheme Aug 2010.
					Based at airfield at Aachen-Merzbruck in Germany, still in USN colors.
				842 (MSN 75-902) w/o Feb 23, 1945 at San Angelo AAF, TX
				844 (MSN 75-904) w/o Dec 1, 1943 at Chino, CA
				845 (MSN 75-905) to surplus Aug 21, 1945.  To civil registry as NC56059.  Worked
					as crop duster until 2003.  Dusting equipment being removed and a front
					cockpit is being installed.
				850 (MSN 75-910) w/o Feb 17, 1943 at Oxnard AAAF #2, CA
				851 (MSN 75-911) w/o Aug 17, 1943 at Saugus, CA
				853 (MSN 75-913) converted to PT-13C for night and instrument flying. W/o Feb 28, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				855 (MSN 75-915) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Ontario, CA
41-862/1086		Stearman PT-17-BW
				MSN 75-622/75-846
				864 (MSN 75-624)	Lend-Lease to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945.
				868 (MSN 75-628) w/o Aug 19, 1943 at Canton, MS
				869 (MSN 75-629) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				870 (MSN 75-630) registered as N27933
				874 (MSN 75-634) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Canton, MS
				876 (MSN 75-636) w/o Aug 2, 1943 at Augustine Field, MS
				882 (MSN 75-642) w/o May 19, 1942 at Darr Aero Tech, GA
				884 (MSN 75-644) w/o Feb 27, 1943 at Haley AAAF, GA
				891 (MSN 75-651) w/o Jan 9, 1942 at Haldeman-Elder AAAF, FL
				893 (MSN 75-653) registered as N52014
				896 (MSN 75-656) w/o Mar 9, 1943 at New Albany Airport, GA
				899 (MSN 75-659) w/o Oct 29, 1941 at Winter Haven AAAF, FL
				900 (MSN 75-660) w/o Jan 22, 1942 at Lakeland, FL	
				902 (MSN 75-662) w/o Feb 26, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
				903 (MSN 75-663) w/o Apr 14, 1943 at Lakeland, FL
				904 (MSN 75-664) to civil registry as N64712
				905 (MSN 75-665) w/o Jan 3, 1944 at Lakeland, FL
				906 (MSN 75-666) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
				907 (MSN 75-667) w/o Apr 1, 1941 at Winter Haven, FL
				908 (MSN 75-668) w/o Jun 1, 1944 at Parker Lake, FL
				910 (MSN 75-670) w/o Dec 14, 1943 at Lakeland, FL
				911 (MSN 75-671) Became N52042, then N59GA, then VH-JBC; registered 
					Mar 14, 2003 to Panama Jack's Vintage Aircraft Co of Jandarkot, Western Australia as VH-PJS.
				912 (MSN 75-672) registered as N56893
				914 (MSN 75-674) to private market Feb 15, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					N63463, changed to N147KY in 1956.
				918 (MSN 75-678) became N53411.  To user in Australia Sep 27, 2006 as VH-EYV
				919 (MSN 75-679) w/o Jan 28, 1943 at Tulare, CA
				923 (MSN 75-683) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as 05 Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945.
				925 (MSN 75-685) w/o Aug 29, 1944 at Douglas, GA
				926 (MSN 75-686) w/o Jun 16, 1944 at Stackhouse AAAF, Ga
				929 (MSN 75-689) registered as N56022
				930 (MSN 75-690) w/o Jun 2, 1941 at Phoenix, AZ
				936 (MSN 75-696) got lost during training flight near Society
					Hill, SC Nov 29, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				937 (MSN 75-697) w/o Jul 3, 1941 at Camden, SC
				939 (MSN 75-699) w/o Sep 17, 1941 at Camden, SC
				941 (MSN 75-701) w/o Jun 10, 1943 at Camden, SC
				947 (MSN 75-707) w/o Sep 20, 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL
				948 (MSN 75-708) w/o Jul 25, 1941 at Albany, GA
				952 (MSN 75-712) w/o Dec 19, 1942 at Darr Aero Tech, GA
				953 (MSN 75-713) w/o Oct 30, 1941 at Albany Field, GA
				955 (MSN 75-715) w/o Jul 25, 1941 at Albany, GA
				957 (MSN 75-717) to civil regiatry as N74189.
				960 (MSN 75-720) w/o Jan 30, 1943 at Orangeburg, SC
				961 (MSN 75-721) wfu, to N56786
				963 (MSN 75-723) w/o May 18, 1943 at Tuscaloosa, AL
				964 (MSN 75-724) w/o Dec 8, 1943 at Avon Park, FL
				965 (MSN 75-725) registered as N56940
				968 (MSN 75-728) registered asd N61432
				969 (MSN 75-729) to civil registry as N58219. Now at Pima Air and Space Museum
				971 (MSN 75-731) on civil regiatry as N53153.  Current 2017.
				974 (MSN 75-734) w/o Jun 5, 1941 at Tuscaloosa, AL
				976 (MSN 75-736) w/o Nov 25, 1941 at Camden, SC
				977 (MSN 75-737) w/o Mar 4, 1943 at Camden, SC
				982 (MSN 75-742) w/o Mar 4, 1943 at Camden, SC
				983 (MSN 75-743) w/o Jan 19, 1942 6 mi E of Camden, SC
				986 (MSN 75-746) w/o Jun 2, 1941 at Camden, SC
				987 (MSN 75-747) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Camden, SC
				991 (MSN 75-751) w/o May 12, 1943 at Riddle Field, FL
				1000 (MSN 75-760) w/o Aug 15, 1941 at Auxiliary Field, GA
				1003 (MSN 75-763) flying in Hawaii as N55324
				1009 (MSN 75-769) w/o Dec 20, 1943 at Americus, GA
				1011 (MSN 75-771) w/o Aug 21, 1941 at Americus, GA
				1013 (MSN 75-773) w/o Aug 23, 1943 at AAAF No 1, AZ
				1021 (MSN 75-781) On Mar 5, 1942, while assigned to ACTD at Tulare, CA had an accident, ground loop on landing. 
					Repaired, next Jul 02, 1943 while assigned to 17 AAFFTD at 29 Palms, CA again had a ground loop on landing at 
					Condor Field. Once again May 18, 1942 with ACTD at Tulare, CA after being repaired it had a third ground loop 
					while landing at the Aux Field, 9 mi NE, AFTD, Tulare, CA.
				1022 (MSN 75-782) W/o Aug 26, 1943 at Wickenburg, AZ; repaied (?); wfu; to NC63111  
				1023 (MSN 75-783) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ
				1028 (MSN 75-788) registered as N57120
				1029 (MSN 75-789) later to civil registry as N450LR, N450SW, rereg as N450JW. 
					W/o Jun 22, 2013 when it crashed during the Vectren Air Show at Dayton International Airport - KDAY, Dayton, 
					Ohio. The aircraft was destroyed by impact and post impact fire. The pilot Charlie Schwenker and wing-walker 
					Jane Wicker onboard the aircraft received fatal injuries.  
				1024 (MSN 75-784) became N59455.  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
				1035 (MSN 75-795) w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Tulare, CA
				1036 (MSN 75-796) noted as N49379 at March Field Air Museum Jan 2002.
				1037 (MSN 75-797) w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Thunderbird Airport, AZ
				1039 (MNS 75-799) registered as N53040
				1041 (MSN 75-801) w/o Jun 3, 1943 at Thunderbird Airport, AZ
				1044 (MSN 75-804) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Congress Junction, AZ
				1049 (MSN 75-809) w/o Jun 3, 1941 at Camden, SC
				1050 (MSN 75-810) w/o Mar 21, 1942 at Camden, Sc
				1054 (MSN 75-814) to N60185, modified with 450 hp engine, engine cowl, and headrest.  Flies in civil colors.
				1059 (MSN 75-819) registered as N9998
				1061 (MSN 75-821) crashed on takeoff from Rankin Field, CA Jul 7, 1942
				1066 (MSN 75-826) w/o May 18, 1942 at Echeverria Field, AZ
				1068 (MSN 75-828) registered as N56805 and planned to be displayed in
					a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at Glendale Apt, AZ
				1069 (MSN 75-829) w/o Nov 5, 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ
				1070 (MSN 75-830) w/o Oct 9, 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ
				1073 (MSN 75-833) w/o Mar 7, 1944 at Glendale, AZ
				1074 (MSN 75-834) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ
				1076 (MSN 75-836) w/o Aug 13, 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ. Must have been repaired, since was registered 
					as N59334, now registered as F-AZUD
41-1087/1142		Consolidated B-24D-CO Liberator
				MSN 27/82
				1087 to RAF as LV337 Mar 1942.  Sold as G-AHDY Jul 31, 1947.  Broken up at Prestwick Oct 1950.
				1088 (30th BG, 21st BS) shot down by AAA over Kiska, Aleutians
					Jun 11, 1942.  condemned Jun 25, 1942
				1089 to reclamation at Reading AAF, PA Oct 2, 1945.
				1090 condemned Jun 25, 1942.
				1091 salvaged Jun 10, 1945
				1092 (30th BG, 21st BS) skidded on slick runway on landing at
					Adak, Aleutians Sep 30, 1942.  Converted and used as
					control tower at Adak airfield.  w/o Jun 8, 1943. 
				1093 to RAF as LV344 Mar 1942.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				1094 scrapped at Hill AAF, UT Sep 6, 1945.
				1095 to reclamation at Tyndall AAF, FL Apr 9, 1946
				1096 to RAF as LV339 Mar 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				1097 to RAF as LV341 Mar 1942.  Ditched off Ireland Aug 13, 1942 after engine failure.
				1098 (TB-24D) scrapped at Albqueueque, NM May 21, 1945.
				1099 (TB-24D) to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 3, 1945.
				1100 (TB-24D) crashed due to engine failure near Ludlow, CA Dec 28, 1943.  4 killed.
				1101 to RFC at Ontario, CA  May 28, 1945.
				1102 to RFC at Bush Field, GA May 30, 1945.
				1103 force landed and burned near Ellington AAF May 3, 1943.
				1104 (28th Composite Group, 404th BS, 11th AF, "Iggy") crashed Nov 18, 1943 80 mi NE of
					Adak, AK in Aleutian Islands. MACR 3352.  All 11 crew killed.
				1105 w/o Aug 13, 1942
				1106 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 2, 1945.
				1107 to RAF as LV336 May 1942.  Damaged at Boscombe Down, UK Apr 16, 1942 after dummy
					bomb broke free on landing.  SOC Nov 12, 1942.
				1108 to RAF as LV346 May 1942.  Ditched on approach to Thorney Island, UK Jan 12, 1943 after
					power loss.
				1109 to RAF as FK215 May 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 5256M Jun 1945.
				1110 to RAF as FK216 May 1942.  Crashed on takeoff at Dorval, Canada Apr 28, 1942 on
					delivery flight.
				1111 to RAF as LV343 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				1112 to RAF as FK218 May 1942.  Damaged beyond repair at Ringway, UK Mar 7, 1943 when
					overshot runway during landing.
				1113 (1013 PPT, 96 PTTG) involved in midair collision with B-24E 43-0903 5 mi NE of Fort Worth, Texas Sep 3, 1943. 
					Surveyed at Fort Worth AAF, TX Sep 18, 1943
				1114 to RAF as LV342 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Jun 2, 1947
				1115 to RAF as FK217 May 1942.  Swung on takeoff at Boscombe Down, UK Sep 15, 1942 and
					struck hangar.
				1116 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 2, 1945.
				1117 (66th BS, 44th BG, 3rd AF) crashed on takeoff 1 1/2 mi S of Barksdale AAF, LA May 18, 1942 while
					going on antisubmarine patrol over Gulf of Mexico.  Crew of 9 killed.
				1118 surveyed at Ft Worth AAF, Tx.
				1119 to RAF May 1942 but crashed at sea en route to UK, no RAF serial allocated.
				1120 to RAF as FK224 May 1942.  Overshot landing at Cluntoe Jul 5, 1944 and ran into ditch.
				1121 to RAF as FK219 May 1942.  SOC Jul 6, 1945.
				1122 to RAF as LV340 Apr 1942.  Flew into mountain during bad weather, County 
					Antrim, Northern Ireland Aug 21, 1942.
				1123 to RFC at Altus, OK Aug 22, 1945
				1124 to RAF as LV345 Apr 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4816M Mar 1944.
				1125 to RFC at Altus, OK Jul 30, 1945
				1126 to RAF as FK220 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				1127 to RAF as LV338 May 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4817M Jun 14, 1944.
				1128 allocated to RAF, but crashed enroute to modification center.  No RAF
					serial allocated.  To CL-26 at Herbert-Smart Airport, Macon, GA Mar 28, 1942
				1129 to RAF as FK221 May 1942.  Damaged beyond repair at Prestwick, Scotland
					Mar 25, 1945 when landed with undercarriage jammed partly down.
				1130 to RFC at Stillwater, OK Aug 13, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				1131 wrecked in landing accident at Ft Myers AAF, FL Jul 4, 1942 and DBR
				1132 wrecked at Smyrna AAF, TN in takeoff accident Mar 17, 1943 and DBR
				1133 crashed on Trail Peak, Cimmaron NM, site of Philmont Scout 
					Ranch May 22, 1942.
				1134 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Nov 13, 1945
				1135 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Nov 13, 1945
				1136 (TB-24D) to RFC at Albuquerque NM Jul 2, 1945
				1137 wrecked at Wendover AAF, UT Sep 18, 1942
				1138 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Sep 6, 1945
				1139 force-landed at Gaarnett, KS Dec 12, 1942.  Condemned Jan 12, 1943
				1140 to CL-26 at 4134th Base Depot, Spokane, WA Apr 28, 1944
				1141 wrecked May 23, 1942 in landing accident at Ft Myer, repaired.
					Wrecked May 27, 1942 when overshot landing at Ft Myer, FL, repaired.
					(TB-24D) to DPC at Bush Field, Agusta, GA Jul 18, 1945
				1142 (TB-24D) to reclamation at Homestead AAF, FL Feb 9, 1945
41-1143/1204		Beech AT-7
				1143 (MSN 435) (3504 AAFBU) damaged in landing accident at Lake Charles AAF, LA
					May 23, 1945
				1144 (MSN 436) to civil registry as N6414C in 1956.
				1147 (MSN 439) w/o May 16, 1941 at Carbon Hill, OH
				1148 (MSN 440) w/o Nov 14, 1943 at San Marcos, TX
				1150 (MSN 442) (2517 AAFBU) crashed on takeoff at Ellngton Field, TX
					Jun 4, 1945.  Transferred to US Navy as SNB-2 BuNo 67170
				1151 (MSN 443) w/o Dec 26, 1942 at Selman Field, LA
				1153 (MSN 445) to civil registry as N6780C
				1154 (MSN 446) w/o Sep 29, 1942 at Atlanta Airport, GA
				1155 (MSN 447) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10814 in 1954.
				1156 (MSN 448) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11506
				1157 (MSN 449) (2584 AFRTC) force landed in bad weather at Memphis MAP, TN Jan 13, 1950.
				1159 (MSN 451) W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Vicksburg, MS; repaired; wfu.  To civil registry as N75528, N11V, N7989A
				1160 (MSN 452) to US Navy as SNB-2 67101.
				1161 (MSN 453) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1162 (MSN 454) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11615 in 1952.
				1163 (MSN 455) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1164 (MSN 456) to US Navy Feb 7, 1946 as SNB-2 67305.
				1165 (MSN 457) W/o 24 Dec 1942 at Bowman Field, KY; repaired; redes as T-7 on 11 Jun 1948;
					remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11616 in 1952.
				1166 (MSN 458) to RFC at Smyrna, TN Nov 30, 1945.  To civil registry as NC63848, F-OGAV
				1167 (MSN 459) W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Marshall, TX; repaired; redes as T-7 on 11 Jun 1948.
					remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10632 in 1953
				1168 (MSN 460) (2236 AFRTC) ground looped on landing at Bowling Green Apt, KY Sep 5, 1950.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as C-45H 52-10806 in 1954.
				1169 (MSN 461) to reclamation at Chanute Field, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1170 (MSN 462) w/o May 25, 1943 at Fontana, CA.  Surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Aug 16, 1943
				1171 (MSN 463) to US Navy as SNB-2 67110 Jan 8, 1948
				1172 (MSN 464) W/o 4 Jun 1942 at Kelly Field, TX; repaired; redes as T-7A on 11 Jun 1948.
					remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11469 in 1952.
				1173 (MSN 465) to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 10, 1946.  To N540, N75287
				1174 (MSN 466) surveyed at Santa Rosa AAF, CA Dec 20, 1944
				1175 (MSN 467) to RFC at Selman Field, LA May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as NC57776.
					Noted autumn 2003 in Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI painted as SNB-5 BuNo 51108
				1176 (MSN 468) wrecked at Ellington Field, TX Jan 10, 1942
				1177 (MSN 469) W/o 18  Dec 1941 at Ellington Field, TX; repaired; redes as T-7 n 11 Jun 1948.
					Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10816 in 1954.
				1178 (MSN 470) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11617 in 1952.
				1179 (MSN 471) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1180 (MSN 472) wrecked Nov 1941 at McClellan Field, CA and to Class 26 instructional airframe.
					To RFC at Augustine Field, MS Mar 10, 1945
				1181 (MSN 473) to civil registry as N6418C in 1956.  Stripped hulk stored in salvage yard, Owasso, Oklahoma in 2000
				1182 (MSN 474) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1183 (MSN 475) surveyed at San Marcos Feb 7, 1944
				1184 (MSN 476) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1186 (MSN 478) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11618 in 1952.
				1187 (MSN 479) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1188 (MSN 480) delivered Jun 21, 1941.  To RFC at North Grafton, MA Aug 9, 1945.
					To Chas H. Babb Co of New York 1946 as NC51830.  To OO-APO Mar 11, 1948, cancelled Sep 8, 1951.
					To N94535, N713A, N9323H
				1189 (c/m 481) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11619 in 1952.
				1190 (MSN 482) surveyed at San Marcos AAF, TX Dec 21, 1943
				1191 (MSN 483) to reclamation at Wichita, KS Feb 25, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11448 in 1952.
				1192 (MSN 484) (4141 AAFBU) damaged in taxiing accident at Morris Field, NC
					Sep 2, 1946.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11620 in 1952.
				1193 (2132 AAFBU) force landed 4.5 mi S of Streator, IL Apr 26, 1945.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11842
					in 1953.
				1194 to US Navy as SNB-2 67171 Jan 9, 1946
				1195 (MSN 487) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11622 in 1952.
				1196 (2596 AFRTC) damaged in landing accident at Hensley Field, TX
					Nov 16, 1950
				1197 to US Navy as SNB-2 67172 Jan 9, 1946
				1198 wrecked at Vaughn, NM Oct 28, 1942 and DBR
				1199 (MSN 491) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10619 in 1953
				1200 to reclamation at McClellan AFB, CA Feb 7, 1948
				1201 (MSN 493) to RFC at Augusta, ME Jul 9, 1946.  Sold Sep 18, 1946
					as NC9537H.  To PP-APB.  Sold to owner in Brazil as PT-AQP Jul 6, 1954.
					Reregistered PP-APB around 1958 and again (by Jan 1968)
					PT-BBJ.  W/o at Santo Antonio, Brazil May 29, 1969.
				1203 (MSN 495) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11623 in 1952.
				1204 (MSN 496) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11840 in 1953.
41-1205/1209		Beechcraft AT-7-BH
				1205 (MSN 497) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10633
				1206 (MSN 498) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11624 in 1952.
				1207 (MSN 499, 3806 AMS/3801 AMG) damaged in landing accident at Maxwell AFB, AL May 28, 1951.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as C-45H 52-10615 in 1953.
				1208 (MSN 500) to civil registry as N8071H
				1209 (MSN 501) to civil registry as N6416C.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51--11652 in 1952.
41-1210			Vultee XP-54 Swoose Goose
				1210 to CL-26 at San Barnardino AAF, CA Feb 7, 1944.
				The second XP-54 had the number 41-1211 painted on its tail in error.  It was
					actually 42-108994.
41-1211/1710		Vultee BT-13A Valiant
				Model 54
				200 of these became SNV-1
				1214 lost control 5 mi N of Elmo, TX Sep 17, 1942 and pilot bailed out.
				1215 struck beacon 6 mi NW of Walley Springs, TX Oct 10, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1216 w/o Jan 29, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1217 w/o May 20, 1943 at Garden City AAAF #3, KS
				1220 crashed 6 mi NW of Valley Springs, TX Oct 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Repaired.  w/o Feb 23, 1943 at Florence, SC
				1221 crashed 4 mi E of Steadman, SC Jun 30, 1941.  2 killed
				1224 diverted to China Dec 9, 1945
				1226 w/o Dec 5, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
				1228 crashed and burned at Cochran Field, Oct 31, 1942
				1229 w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Harris Field, GA
				1230 w/o Oct 29, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1236 w/o Feb 28, 1942 at Brady, TX
				1238 w/o Jul 15, 1941 at Curtis Field, TX
				1242 wrecked 5 mi W of Moffett Field, CA Jan 3, 1942.
				1244 to US Navy 
				1245 landed in river bed and burned near Ft. Sumner, NBM Jan 7, 1943
				1246 to US Navy
				1247 to US Navy
				1248 to US Navy
				1249 spun in while landing near Lemoore AAF, CA Mar 4, 1942
				1251 (MSN 74-1359) to CAA as NC273
				1252 (MSN 74-1360) w/o Nov 10, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1254 (MSN 74-1362) w/o Feb 26, 1943 at Mun Apt, Garden City, KS
				1256 (MSN 74-1364) W/o 21 Jul 1942 at Oates AAAF, TX; repaired (?); w/o 9 Jun 1944 at Gates AAAF, TX 
				1257 (MSN 74-1365) w/o Dec 11, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1259 (MSN 74-1367) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Lane AAAF, TX
				1261 to US Navy
				1262 to US Navy
				1264/1269 to US Navy
				1271 (MSN 74-1379) w/o Mar 2, 1944 at Eastman, GA
				1274 (MSN 74-1382) w/o Apr 16, 1944 at Bush Field, GA 	
				1275 crashed 5 mi W of Cochran Field Jul 15, 1941.  Pilot killed
				1276 (MSN 74-1384) w/o Mar 3, 19044 at Tribbett, MS
				1277 (MSN 74-1385) w/o Feb 25, 1944 at Greenwood, MS
				1278 in midair near Cochran Field, GA Mar 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1279 (MSN 74-1387) w/o May 16, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1283 (MSN 74-1391) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Oates AAAF, TX
				1285 (MSN 74-1393) w/o Jun 3,1943 at Lane AAAF, TX
				1286 (MSN 74-1394) w/o May 29, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1291 (MSN 74-1399) w/o Jul 26, 1943 at Marana, AZ
				1298 (MSN 74-1406) w/o Jan 26, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1300 crashed after spin 3 mi SW of Shafter, CA Oct 16, 1941.  2 killed
				1302 (MSN 74-1410) w/o Apr 6, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1305 (MSN 74-1413) w/o Oct 20, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1306 (MSN 74-1414) Modified to appear as Japanese Aichi D3A2 Val for 1970 movie "Tora, Tora, Tora". 
					To N54865 Apr 12, 1972, cancelled Jun 10, 1975.   Currently at March Field Museum, CA.
				1308 diverted to China Aug 1, 1945
				1310 w/o Jul 1, 1944 at Cochran Field, Macon, GA
				1314 w/o. Feb 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1317 w/o Feb 16, 1943 at Gardner Field, CA
				1324 w/o Feb 10, 1944 at Davenport Field, TX
				1326 w/o Aug 8, 1942 at Ft McKavett, TX
				1336 w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
				1337 w/o Apr 7, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1338 w/o Dec 27, 1943 at Minter Field, CA
				1340 w/o Jan 15, 1942at ACBFS, Bakersfield, CA
				1341 w/o Jul 7, 1942 at Harris Field, Fort Valley, GA
				1342 w/o Feb 5, 1o42at Anderson, SC
				1343 w/o Aug 30 1943 4 mi NE of Harris Field
				1345 crashed at Cochran Field, GA Mar 30, 1942
				1349 w/o Dec 24, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1351 w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Clifton, TN
				1354 w/o Dec 17, 1943 at Delaplaine, AR
				1356 w/o Oct 20, 1943 at Bainbridge AAF, GA
				1361 in midair near Gardner Field, CA Feb 2, 1942
				1362 crashed at Realto Aug Field, CA Nov 16, 1942.
				1363 w/o Dec 28, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1365 dove in near Rosedale Highway CA Apr 23, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1366 in midair near Shafter, CA Jun 18, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				1371 w/o Sep 26, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1373 stalled on takeoff at Cochran Field Feb 26, 1942
				1376 w/o Nov 12, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1377 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1378 w/o May 2, 1944 at Byron AAAF, GA
				1383 crashed in takeoff accident at Salome CAA Airfield, AL Dec 22, 1943
				1386 w/o Jul 5, 1943 at Pecos, TX
				1387 hit high tension wires 11 mi W of Wasco, CA Jul 24, 1941.  2 killed.
				1394 w/o Nov 14, 1941 at Goodfellow, TX
				1395 crashed in mountaines near Marana, AZ Jul 4, 1943.
				1396 w/o Aug 4, 1942 at Westbrook, TX
				1404 w/o Sep 29, 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ
				1407 w/o Sep 20, 1941 at Reno, NV
				1409 w/o Jan 19, 1943 at Shafter, CA
				1411 w/o Oct 18, 1943 at Shafter, CA
				1412 w/o Apr 11, 1942 at Tarversville, GA
				1413 w/o May 18, 1944 at Newport, AR
				1414 (MSN 74-1524) w/o Apr 21, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA, repaired.  
				1415 (MSN 74-1525) w/o May 12, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1416 (MSN 74-1526) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Bush Field, GA
				1417 (MSN 74-1527) wrecked at Anderson, SC Nov 18, 1941.
				1418 (MSN 74-1528) crashed at Cochran Field, GA Dec 26, 1941
				1420 (MSN 74-1530) w/o Jun 13, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1421 (MSN 74-1531) w/o Feb 31, 1942 at CAA Int Field, Jasper, FL
				1422 (MSN 74-1532) w/o May 26, 1942 at Cochran field, GA
				1423 (MSN 74-1533) salvaged Jun 23, 1945
				1424 (MSN 74-1534) w/o May 7, 1943 at Warner Robins AAF, GA
				1425 (MSN 74-1535) force landed at Cochran Field Dec 15, 1942.
				1426 (MSN 74-1536) w/o Oct 5, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1428 (MSN 74-1538) w/o Jan 17, 1942 at Camp Stewart, GA
				1429 (MSN 74-1539) spun in at Cochran Field, GA Jan 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.  
				1430 (MSN 74-1540) w/o Sep 9, 1943 at Valley, GA
				1431 (MSN 74-1541) w/o Nov 29, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
				1432 (MSN 74-1542) w/o Jun 18, 1942 at Shafter, CA
				1434 (MSN 74-1544) w/o Aug 18, 1944 at Independence, CA
				1435 (MSN 74-1545) spun and crashed Aug 8, 1941 7 mi N of Lost Hills, CA
				1453 (MSN 74-1563) w/o Sep 5, 1941 at Bakersfield, TX
				1454 (MSN 74-1564) w/o Nov 23, 1943 at Wingate, TX
				1456 (MSN 74-1566) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Robbins AAAF, TX
				1461 (MSN 74-1571) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1462 (MSN 74-1572) crashed on takeoff from Cochran Field, GA Feb 22, 1943.  Pilot killed
				1464 (MSN 74-1574) w/o Jan 13, 1943 at Yawn Field, GA
				1465 (MSN 74-1575) w/o Nov 24, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1467 (MSN 74-1577) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Gruger AAAF, MS
				1468 (MSN 74-1578) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Yawn AAAF, GA
				1470 (MSN 74-1580) w/o Jan 6, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1474 (MSN 74-1584) w/o Jan 10, 1944 at Bush Field, GA
				1475 (MSN 74-1585) w/o May 17, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1479 (MSN 74-1589) spun in while landing at Gardner Field, CA Feb 11, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1480 (MSN 74-1590) w/o Oct 27, 1942 at Deadman Lake, CA
				1481 (MSN 74-1591) in takeoff accident 8 mi SE of Gardner Field, CA Mar 2, 1943
				1482 (MSN 74-1592) w/o May 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1486 (MSN 74-1596) hit top of mountain near Gardner Field, CA Sep 1, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1488 (MSN 74-1598) rudder failed and crashed Gardner Field, CA Sep 10, 1942
				1503 (MSN 74-1613) w/o May 11, 1944 at Semi-Tropic AAAF, CA
				1505 (MSN 74-1615) crashed S of Cummings Mt. CA Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1507 (MSN 74-1617) w/o Mar 18, 1942 at Rosemond, CA
				1508 (MSN 74-1618) crashed NE of Quail Lake, CA Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1510 (MSN 74-1620) w/o Mar 18, 1942 at Oak Creek, 8 mi SW of Tehachapi, CA
				1512 (MSN 74-1622) w/o Nov 16, 19042 at Marana BFS, AZ
				1515 (MSN 74-1625) crashed 35 mi E of Porterville, CA Mar 26, 1942
				1516 (MSN 74-1626) w/o Feb 12, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1519 (MSN 74-1629) crashed 3.5 mi SE of Goodfellow Field, TX Mar 26,1942
				1521 (MSN 74-1631) w/o Apr 15, 1944 at Perrin Field, TX
				1524 (MSN 74-1634) w/o May 30, 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS
				1525 (MSN 74-1635) crashed 3 mi SW of Soughmaged, TX Mar 21, 1943.  Pilot killed
				1526 (MSN 74-1636) w/o Jan 1, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1527 (MSN 74-1637) w/o Jun 8, 1944 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1533 (MSN 74-1643) w/o Nov 6, 1943 at Cruger AAAF, MS
				1534 (MSN 74-1644) w/o Dec 30, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
				1535 (MSN 74-1645) w/o Dec 14, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA
				1536 (MSN 74-1646) w/o Jun 29, 1943 at Bush Field, GA
				1538 (MSN 74-1648) w/o May 11, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA
				1540 (MSN 74-1650) w/o Jul 17, 1942 at Harris Field, GA
				1541 (MSN 74-1651) spun in at Ft Valley, GA Jun 3, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1542 (MSN 74-1652) w/o Jan 26, 1942 at Cochrqn Field, GA
				1543 (MSN 74-1653) w/o Jul 4, 1943 at Reynold, GA
				1544 (MSN 74-1654) w/o May 15, 1944 at Harris AAAF, GA
				1552 (MSN 74-1662) w/o Jun 19, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1554 (MSN 74-1664) w/o Mar 28, 1943 at Mojave AB, CA
				1557 (MSN 74-1667) w/o Jul 17, 1942 at Hollyuwood-by-the-Sea, CA
				1559 (MSN 74-1669) w/o Jul 13, 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ
				1561 (MSN 74-1671) w/o May 17, 1945 at Palo Pinto, TX
				1565 (MSN 74-1675) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1570 (MSN 74-1680) w/o Mar 19, 1943 at Honey Grove, TX
				1571 (MSN 74-1681) w/o Dec 11, 1941 at Bakersfield, CA
				1575 (MSN 74-1685) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Semi Tropic AAAF, CA
				1578 (MSN 74-1688) w/o Feb 12, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1580	(MSN 74-1690) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				1583 (MSN 74-1693) to CAA as NC267
				1586 (MSN 74-1696) in midair 30 mi W of Winslow, AZ Mar 28,1943.  2 killed
				1589 (MSN 74-1699) w/o Jun 18, 1944 at Ashland, KY
				1592 (MSN 74-1702) w/o May 30, 1943 at Oakland, CA
				1596 (MSN 74-1706) w/o May 14, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
				1598 (MSN 74-1708) w/o Jan 20, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1599 (MSN 74-1709) w/o. Mar 20, 1942 at Gardner Field, CA
				1601 (MSN 74-1711) wrecked in landing accident Gardner Field, CA Oct 28, 1942
				1602 (MSN 74-1712) in midair 30 mi W of Winslow, AZ Mar 28, 1943.  1 killed
				1603 (MSN 74-1713) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Gardner Field, GA
				1604 (MSN 74-1714) 2/o Jan 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1606 (MSN 74-1716) w/o Jun 10, 1944 at Gardner Field, Taft, CA
				1608 (MSN 74-1718) w/o Jun 10, 1944 at Gardner Field, Taft, CA
				1610 (MSN 74-1720) in landing accident at Gardner Field, CA Jan 23,1943.  2 killed
				1621 (MSN 74-1731) w/o Apr 9, 1944 at Cruger AAAF, MS
				1623 (MSN 74-1733) w/o Aug 14, 1944 at Perry, GA
				1626 (MSN 74-1736) w/o Jec 24, 1944 at Morris Field, NC
				1627 (MSN 74-1737) W/o 2 Jun 1942 at Harris AAAF, GA; repaired (?); w/o 26 Apr 1943 at Lee Pope, GA 
				1630 (MSN 74-1740) w/o Jan 30, 1942 at Brunswick, GA
				1632 (MSN 74-1742) w/o Jan 2, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
				1635 (MSN 74-1745) w/o Jun 17, 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
				1639 (MSN 74-1749) w/o Jan 24, 1944 at Shaw Field, SC
				1640 (MSN 74-1750) w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
				1641 (MSN 74-1751) w/o Oct 6, 1942 at Macon, GA
				1642 (MSN 74-1752) w/o Aug 24, 1943 at Unadilla, GA
				1645 (MSN 74-1755) w/o Nov 8, 1943 at Cocharan Field, GA
				1648 (MSN 74-1758) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Harris field, GA
				1650 (MSN 74-1760) w/o Oct 6, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
				1652 (MSN 74-1762) crashed in low-altitude spin 8 mi S of Gunter Field, GA Jan 2, 1942.  2 killed
				1653 (MSN 74-1763) wrecked at Miami, OK Nov 13, 1941
				1661 (MSN 74-1771) wrecked at Bakersfield, CA Dec 19, 1941
				1665 (MSN 74-1775) w/o May 8, 1944 at Picacho AAAF, AZ
				1668	(MSN 74-1778) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				1669 (MSN 74-1779) w/o Sep 15, 1943 at Minter Field, CA
				1675 (MSN 74-1785) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Newport, AR
				1676 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, but this is not the sctual serial number.  This is supposedly
					BuNo 03022, which was previously 41-10886.
				1681 (MSN 74-1791) w/o May 31, 1943 at Toyah AAAF, TX
				1686 (MSn 74-1796) crashed 1/2 mi NE of Lasanimas Aux Field, CO Apr 7, 1941.  Pilot killed
				1688 (MSN 74-1798) w/o Feb 19, 1944 at Marana AAF, Marana, AZ
				1692 (MSN 74-1802) w/o Sep 17, 1943 at East Auxiliary Field, KS
				1696 (MSN 74-1806) in midair collision with 41-1671 Chanute, KA Aug 31, 1942.  2 killed in each plane.
				1699 (MSN 74-1809) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Strother AAF, KS
				1700 (MSN 74-1810) w/o Jun 23, 1944 at Moore AAAF, Curtis Field, Brady, TX
				1702 (MSN 74-1812) w/o May 17, 1943 at Gardner Field, CA
				1708 (MSN 74-1818) crashed during aerobatics 12 mi NE of Gardner Field, CA May 5, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				1710 (MSN 74-1820) to CAA as NC268
41-1711/1860		Beechcraft AT-10-BH
				MSN 522/671
				1712 (MSN 523) w/o Aug 17, 1944 at Shelby, NC
				1719 (MSN 530) w/o Sep 26, 1944 at Blackland AAF, Waco, TX
				1721 (MSN 532) w/o Jun 22, 1943 at Adel, GA
				1722 (MSN 533) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Huntsville, TX
				1723 (MSN 534) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1724 (MSN 535) w/o Jun 5, 1943 at Cibolo, TX
				1725 (MSN 536) w/o Aug 3, 1943 at Cochise AAAF, AZ
				1726 (MSN 537) w/o May 6, 1944 at Ellington Field, TX
				1730 (MSN 541) w/o Jul 8, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				1734 (MSN 545) w/o May 15, 1944 at North Vernon, IN
				1735 (MSN 546) w/o Jun 11, 1943 at Blackland AAF, TX
				1736 (MSN 547) w/o Jul 1, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1737 (MSN 548) w/o Oct 5, 1944 at Blackland AAF, TX
				1739 (MSN 550) w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
				1740 (MSN 551) w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Rittenhouse AAAF, AZ
				1742 (MSN 553) w/o Jul 31, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1743 (MSN 554) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Leagu Davis AAAF, TX
				1744 (MSN 555) w/o May 22, 1943 at George Field, IL
				1748 (MSN 559) w/o May 19, 1943 at Mt Enterprise, TX
				1749 (MSN 560) w/o Sep 10, 1943 at Navasota Intermediate Airport, TX
				1751 (MSN 562) w/o Mar 16, 1944 at Moody Field, GA
				1753 (MSN 564) w/o Apr 30, 1944 at Madisonville, TX
				1754 (MSN 565) w/o Jul 21, 1942 at Chandler Field, AZ
				1756 (MSN 567) w/o Jul 18, 1942 at Magna, AZ
				1757 (MSN 568) w/o Oct 26, 1942 at Moody Field, GA
				1763 (MSN 574) w/o Jun 1, 1943 at League Davis AAAF, TX
				1764 (MSN 575) w/o Apr 24, 1943 at La Junta, CO
				1765 (MSN 576) w/o Oct 7, 1943 at Maxwell Field, AL
				1766 (MSN 577) w/o Apr 7, 19044 at Moody Field, GA
				1773 (MSN 584) w/o Apr 10, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
				1776 (MSN 587) w/o Feb 24, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1781 (MSN 592) w/o Aug 17, 1944 at Camp Wallace, TX
				1782 (MSN 593) w/o Oct 15, 1943 at Salem, AR
				1786 (MSN 597) w/o May 8, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1787 (MSN 598) w/o Oct 26, 1943 at Columbus AAF, MS
				1788 (MSN 599) w/o Jun 25, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				1790 (MSN 601) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Thompson, TX
				1791 (MSN 602) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Roswell Muni Airport, NM
				1792 (MSN 603) w/o Apr 19, 1943 at South Preston Field, TX
				1793 (MSN 604) w/o May 6, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
				1795 (MSN 606) w/o Dec 3, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				1797 (MSN 608) w/o Jul 16, 1942 at Roswell AFS, NM
				1799 (MSN 610) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Thompson, TX
				1803 (MSN 614) w/o Oct 29, 1942 at New River AAAF, GA
				1804 (MSN 615) w/o Aug 6, 1943 at Scott Field, IL
				1805 (MSN 616) w/o Jun 7, 1944 at Shaw Field, Sumter, SC
				1807 (MSN 618) w/o Oct 12, 19o43 at Valdosta Mun Arpt
				1808 (MSN 619) surveyed Feb 14, 1944
				1809 (MSN 620) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Nov 18, 1944
				1810 (MSN 621) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Feb 3, 1945
				1811 (MSN 622) to RFC at Cuero, TX Ap 11, 1945
				1812 (MSN 623) to RFC at Cuero, TX Mar 22, 1945
				1813 (MSN 624) to RFC to Couro, TX Feb 27, 1945
				1814 (MSN 625) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field Nov 8, 1944
				1815 (MSN 626) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
				1816 (MSN 627) to RFC at Cuero, TX Nov 6, 1944
				1817 (MSN 628) to RFC at Woodward Field, OK Oct 4, 1945
				1818 (MSN 629) wrecked in takeoff accident at George Field, IL Sep 24, 1943
				1819 (MSN 630) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 4, 1945.
				1820 (MSN 631) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 21, 1944
				1821 (MSN 632) w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Yoakum, TX.  Condemned Sep 19, 1942
				1822 (MSN 633) w/o Jul 8, 1944 at Grammer AAAF, IN.  to CL-26
				1823 (MSN 634) w/o Apr 21, 1944 at George Field, IL.  to CL-26
				1824 (MSN 635) to RFC at West Helena, AK Nov 7, 1944
				1825 (MSN 636) to RFC at Woodward Field Nov 18, 1944
				1826 (MSN 637) to RFC at Bruce Field, Apr 16, 1945
				1827 (MSN 638) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 7, 1944
				1828 (MSN 639) wrecked at Biggs Field Mar 28, 1943
				1829 (MSN 640) w/o Aug 11, 1942 at Roswell, NM.  Condemned Aug 31, 1942
				1830 (MSN 641) to RFC at Vernon, TX Jan 12, 1945
				1831 (MSN 642) to RFC at Vernon, TX Jan 8, 1945
				1832 (MSN 643) wrecked 3 mi N of Lake Park, GA Dec 29, 1942
				1833 (MSN 644) w/o Sep 8, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX, Repaired.  Wrecked at Moody Field Dec 28, 1942
				1834 (MSN 645) w/o Mar 7 1944 at George Field, IL.  Surveyed Mar 8, 1944
				1835 (MSN 646) to RFC at Ballinger, TX May 15, 1945
				1836 (MSN 647) to RFC at Cuero, TX Feb 27, 1945
				1837 (MSN 648) w/o Apr 30, 1943, condemned Apr 31, 1943
				1838 (MSN 649) w/o Jun 1, 1944 at Alma, GA, surveyed Jul 11, 1944
				1839 (MSN 650) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 16, 1945
				1840 (MSN 651) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Salineville, OH, surveyed Nov 28, 1943
				1841 (MSN 652) to DPC at Bush Field Oct 20, 1944
				1842 (MSN 653) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX May 14, 1945
				1843 (MSN 654) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
				1844 (MSN 655) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
				1845 (MSN 656) to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, AK Nov 7, 1944
				1846 (MSN 657) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 17, 1945
				1847 (MSN 658) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field, AK Nov 8, 1944
				1848 (MSN 659) to RFC at McKellar, TN Nov 7, 1944
				1849 (MSN 660) to RFC at Vernon, TX Dec 20, 1944
				1850 (MSN 661) to RFC at Valdosta, GA Jan 21, 1944
				1851 (MSN 662) w/o Jul 24, 1943 at Alvin, TX, surveyed Aug 13, 1943
				1852 (MSN 663) to RFC at Cuero, TX Apr 12, 1945
				1853 (MSN 664) to RFC at Cuero, TX Feb 27, 1945
				1854 (MSN 665) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
				1855 (MSN 666) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Jan 30, 1945
				1856 (MSN 667) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field, AK Oct 12, 1944
				1857 (MSN 668) to DPC at Tmbry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
				1858 (MSN 669) to RFC at Augustine Field Nov 11, 1944
				1859 (MSN 670) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
				1860 (MSN 671) to RFC at Harvey Parkes APT, MO Jan 13, 1945.
41-1861/1880		Beech C-45A
				1861 exchanged for C-45F 44-47660.  To Chicago Municipal CAA Jun 12, 1946
				1862 (MSN 503) to RFC at Augusta Jun 6, 1946.  To civil registry as NC1064.
				1863 nosed over at Decatur, IL Jun 19, 1943.  To CL-26
				1864 (MSN 505) to storage at Davis-Monthan Jun 14, 1946.  To civil registry as N5702N
				1865 to reclamation in Panama, CZ Jun 9, 1949
				1866 (MSN 507) to RFC at Augusta May 15, 1946.  To CAA as NC7 in 1946
				1867 (MSN 508) to RFC at Mitchel Field Mar 26, 1947
				1868 (MSN 509) redesignated as UC-45A in Jan 1943.  Condemned overseas Aug 20,1943
				1869 (MSN 510) scavenged for parts Aug 23, 1944
				1870 (MSN 511) to reclamation at Waco AAF, TX Mqy 22, 1942
				1871 (MSN 512) to reclamation at Olmstead Field, PA Aut 5, 1944
				1872 (MSN 513) w/o Jan 7, 1942 at Bolling Field, DC, condemned Feb 17, 1942
				1873 (MSN 514) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  W/o Jun 30, 1943 at Saxe, VA, condemned Jul 10, 1943
				1874 (MSN 515) to RFC at McClellan Feb 28, 1946.  To civil registry as NC66705, N66705, PI-C400, RP-C400
				1875 (MSN 516) salvaged May 18, 1946
				1876 (MSN 517) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  Diverted to Swedish AF as 912 Jun 20, 1947, later 45001.
				1877 (MSN 518) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  W/o Oct 6, 1943 at Buenos Aires, Argentina, salvaged Feb 5, 1945
				1878 (MSN 519) to RFC at Andrews Field, MD Feb 4, 1946.  To civil registry as NC59698, N59698
				1879 (MSN 520) w/o Jan 29, 1942 at San Bernardino, CA, to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
				1880 (MSN 521) to RFC at Augusta Mar 18, 1946.  to NC55, N55
41-1881/1980		Ryan PT-21-RY
				MSN 1002/1059, 1061/1076, 1155/1180.  Many conversions to PT-22.
				1881 (MSN 1002) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Sep 20, 1944.  To N56003
				1882 (MSN 1003) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Oct 3, 1944
				1883 (MSN 1004) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
				1884 (MSN 1005) wrecked at Tucson, AZ Sep 5, 1943
				1885 (MSN 1006) wrecked at Tucson, AZ Mar 24, 1943
				1886 (MSN 1007) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Sep 20, 1944.  To N28832.
				1887 (MSN 1008) w/o Aug 17, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Nov 6, 1943
				1888 (MSN 1009) w/o Feb 1, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Feb 2, 1944
				1889 (MSN 1010) w/o Jul 22, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Oct 18, 1943
				1890 (MSN 1011) to RFC at Augustine Field Dec 12, 1944.  To N46739
				1891 (MSN 1012) to RFC at Wickenburg Oct 5, 1944.  Civilianized as N53496
				1892 (MSN 1013) W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; repaired (?), to RFC at Wickenburgh Sep 20, 1945
				1893 (MSN 1014) to RFC at Wickenburg Sep 22, 1944.  To N49223
				1894 (MSN 1015) w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Nov 6, 1942
				1895 (MSN 1016) to RFC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				1896 (MSN 1017) wrecked 12 mi N of San Diego, CA Jun 14, 1942
				1897 (MSN 1018) to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				1898 (MSN 1019) to RFC at Cimaroon, OK Sep 14, 1944
				1899 (MSN 1020) to RFC at Lambert Field, MO Aug 30, 1945
				1900 (MSN 1021) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944.  Civilianized as N48760
				1901 (MSN 1022) surveyed Nov 5, 1943
				1902 (MSN 1023) to RFC at Cimaroon, OK Sep 14, 1944.  To civil registry as N9753N.
				1903 (MSN 1024) crashed 6 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1943.  To CL-26 Sep 14, 1942 ??
				1904 (MSN 1025) lost control and pilot bailed out Feb 22, 1942, Kearney Mesa, AZ.
				1905 (MSN 1026) w/o Nov 13, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Jan 11, 1944
				1906 (MSN 1027) surveyed Jan 7, 1944.
				1907 (MSN 1028) in midair fire 3 MI SW of Ryan Field, AZ Jun 4, 1942, pilot bailed out.  W/o Aug 18, 1943
				1908 (MSN 1029) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				1909 (MSN 1030) w/o Sep 15, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Aug 25, 1942(?)
				1910 (MSN 1031) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 5, 1944.  To N46604, N300RP
				1911 (MSN 1032) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 17, 1945.  To N60488
				1912 (MSN 1033) w/o May 13, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Nov 5, 1943
				1913 (MSN 1034) w/o Mar 25, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Mar 28, 1944
				1914 (MSN 1035) to RFC at Augustie Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				1915 (MSN 1036) to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14 1944
				1916 (MSN 1037) to RFC at McClellan Aug 26, 1944
				1917 (MSN 1038) w/o Mar 7, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed at Davis-Monthan Mar 8, 1944
				1918 (MSN 1039) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944.  To NC48552, then N48552.  
					Still flying in Australia as VH-RPT.
				1919 (MSN 1040) w/o May 5, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ 
				1920 (MSN 1041) w/o Nov 23, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1921 (MSN 1042) to N50870
				1922 (MSN 1043) to N52456
				1926 (MSN 1047) w/o Dec 28, 1943 at Canal AAAF, CA
				1929 (MSN 1050) w/o Sep 8, 1943 at Dos Palos, CA
				1930 (MSN 1051) to N49685
				1931 (MSN 1052) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1932 (MSN 1053) W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Ajo, AZ; repaired (?); wfu;to N53998, current 2011
				1933 (MSN 1054) to N53434
				1934 (MSN 1055) to N54343, N1022, N2022
				1935 (MSN 1056) w/o Oct 5, 1943 at Hemet, CA
				1936 (MSN 1057) to N48778
				1937 (MSN 1058) to N48778
				1938 (MSN 1059) to N46230
				1940 (MSN 1062) to N48104, later N1616
				1941 (MSN 1063) to N57030
				1942 (MSN 1064) w/o 8 Jan 1943 at Mather Field, CA; repaired (?); wfu, to N56792
				1943 (MSN 1065) Wfu; to N46596; wfu 21 Jun 1976
				1944 (MSN 1066) to N56596
				1945 (MSN 1067) to N58076
				1946 (MSN 1068) to N48777
				1949 (MSN 1071) to N56793
				1950 (MSN 1072) to N48458
				1951 (MSN 1073) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Dos Palos, CA
				1952 (MSN 1074) to N46234
				1953 (MSN 1075) w/o Nov 22, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1957 (MSN 1157) to N47840
				1958 (MSN 1158) w/o Jul 9, 1943 at 9E AAAF, TX
				1959 (MSN 1159) w/o Feb 14, 1944 at King City, CA
				1960 (MSN 1160) to N48015
				1961 (MSN 1161) Wfu, to N48236
				1962 (MSN 1162) to N53999
				1963 (MSN 1163) w/o Aug 26, 1941 at Gibbs Field, CA
				1964 (MSN 1164) to N53018
				1967 (MSN 1167) modified to PT-22A standards.  To N56792.  To 
					UK civil registry as G-AGYY.  Still flying in the Netherlands,
					but still as G-AGYY.
				1970 (MSN 1170) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Blythe, CA
				1972 (MSN 1172) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
				1973 (MSN 1173) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
				1974 (MSN 1174) w/o Aug 26, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
				1975 (MSN 1175) to N46804
				1976 (MSN 1176) w/o Mar 31, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1977 (MSN 1177) crashed 5 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1943.
				1978 (MSN 1178) to N2860D
				1980 (MSN 1180) to N48747
41-1981/1982		Cancelled contract for Martin XA-23
41-1983/2097		Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5201/5315.  Model 222-62-09
				1983 surveyed Jul 1, 1944
				1984 (MSN 222-5202) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Crashed and burned at end of runway at Paine Field, WA Nov 14, 1942
				1985 (MSN 222-5203) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Condemned May 30, 1944
				1986 (MSN 222-5204) retained by Lockheed and used as a test aircraft with raised and
					lengthened tailbooms in plan to mount Lightnings on floats for
					Pacific operations.  Also fitted with an engineer/observer seat.  Surveyed Aug 19, 1943
				1987 to reclamation at Chicago, IL Nov 28, 1944
				1988 (MSN 222-5206) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 1, 1944 at Attu, AK, condemned Jul 1, 1944
				1989 (343rd FG) lost Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 3007
				1990 wrecked 1 mi N of Miles Field, CA Apr 5, 1942
				1991 to reclamation at Luke Field, AZ Mar 22, 1945
				1992 (MSN 222-5210) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked at Paine Field, WA Aug 1, 1942
				1993 wrecked near Zeto Point, AK Mar 20, 1943. Pilot killed
				1994 wrecked E of Paine Field, WA Feb 17, 1942
				1995 (MSN 222-5213) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  (55th FG, 38th FS) hit snow bank while landing at 
					Pendleton AB, OR Jan 30, 1943, repaired.  W/o Nov 15, 1943 at Oxnard, CA
				1996 pilot bailed out 12 mi SW of Muroc AB, CA Jun 15, 1943
				1997 crashed into ocean off Venice CA May 16, 1942
				1998 (MSN 222-5216) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1945at Shemaya, AK, salvaged May 29, 1945
				1999 crashed at Mitchel Field, NY May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2000 to RFC at Smyrna, TN May 29, 1945
				2001 wrecked at Muroc AAB, CA Dec 6, 1942
				2002 (MSN 222-5220) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 6, 1942 at Muroc AB, CA.  Repaired (?).  
					Wrecked in crash landing May 30, 1943
				2003 (MSN 222-5221) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Crashed on Muroc range May 6, 1943.  Pilot killed.  W/o May 30, 1943 at Amchitka, AK
				2004 (MSN 222-5222) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked in landing accident Longview, AK Dec 25, 1942.  w/o May 8, 
					1942 at Muroc, CA
				2005 (MSN 222-5223) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  w/o Dec 25, 1942 at Longview, AK
				2006 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942 condemned Jul 30, 1942  
				2007 (MSN 222-5225) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o at March Field, CA Feb 16, 943
				2008 condemned Mar 16, 1943
				2009 to CL-26 at San Bernardino Jul 16, 1943.  Donated to Santa Barbara
					Junior College Sep 1945
				2010 (MSN 222-5228) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  w/o Dec 16, 1943 in Alaska.  Condemned Dec 24, 1943
				2011 crashed after low-altitude spin May 7, 1942 at Hamilton Field
				2012 (MSN 222-5230) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 13, 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA
				2013 (MSN 222-5231) crashed in San Francisco Bay May 27, 1942
				2014 condemned Nov 30, 1943
				2015 condemned Jan 18,1943
				2016 surveyed Jul 20, 1944
				2017 condemned Dec 20, 1942
				2018 (MSN 222-5236) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 24, 1943 at Amchitka, AK, condemned May 31,1943
				2019 salvaged Sep 9, 1945
				2020 (MSN 222-5238) w/o Mar 11, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26
				2021 wrecked off Mills Field in San Francisco Bay Sep 21, 1942
				2022 condemned Sep 23, 1942
				2023 wrecked off Pt. Reyes, CA Apr 26, 1942.  Pilot MIA.
				2024 (MSN 222-5242) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 5, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2025 (MSN 222-5243) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/op Jul 26, 1943 at Amchitka, AK, condemned Sep 9, 1943
				2026 condemned Dec 26, 1942
				2027 condemned Oct 28, 1942
				2028 condemned Dec 30, 1942
				2029 pilot bailed out and crashed into Puget Sound, WA Nov 17, 1942
				2030 (MSN 222-5248) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Paine Field, WA, surveyed May 11, 1943
				2031 (MSN 222-5249) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 26, 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Oct 28, 1942
				2032 surveyed Jan 14, 1943
				2033 condemned Dec 3, 1943
				2034 (MSN 222-5252) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 2, 1943 in Salton Sea, CA, surveyed May 5, 1943
				2035 crashed off Piane Field, WA Feb 26, 1942 during landing approach
				2036 crashed McChord Field, WA May 30, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2037 force landed after engine fire Jul 18, 1943, Muroc AAB, CA
				2038 (MSN 222-5256) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 4, 1943 at Glendale AAF, CA, surveyed Oct 7, 1943
				2039 crashed 10 mi N of Tacoma, WA Jun 7, 1942. Pilot killed
				2040 to reclamation at Buckley Field Jul 3, 1946
				2041 wrecked at Lakewood, WA Mar 3, 1942
				2042 crashed 2.5 mi SE of Mines Field Aug 19, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2043 surveyed at Olympia, WA Jan 29, 1943
				2044 (54th FG) wrecked at Fort Glen, AK Jul 22, 1942
				2045 wrecked at Mines Field, CA May 27, 1942.  To CL-26
				2046 condemned Jan 12, 1943
				2047 wrecked at Muroc AB Dec 14, 1942.
				2048 retained by contractor as NX91300 for experiments. Modified with lengthened pilot
					gondola section and all controls moved 3 feet forward into new cockpit
					section, original cockpit becoming an observer's position. To RFC Mar 19, 1946.
					Later used as test aircraft for XF-90 program.  Crashed on akeoff from Phoenix,
					Arizona Oct 24, 1962
				2049 (MSN 222-5267) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked in landing accident Mar 12, 1943 at Attu, AK
				2050 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				2052 crashed on Maynard Peak, WA May 12, 1943.  Pilot never found
				2053 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
				2054 to reclamation at Luke Field Mar 30, 1946
				2055 (MSN 222-5273) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 3, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2057 ditched off North Island May 3,1942.  To CL-26
				2058 crashed 1 mi N of Olympia Airport, WA Mar 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2059 creashed E of Redwood City, CA Mar 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2060 (MSN 222-5278) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942 condemned Apr 2, 1943
				2061 crashed at Muroc AB Feb 13, 1943.  Pilot killed
				2062 (329th FG, 331st FS) wrecked at Muroc AB Jan 10, 1943
				2063 wrecked at Portland AB, OR Apr 27, 1943
				2064 (MSN 222-5282) w/o Jul 20, 1942 at Olympia, WA, condemned Nov 17, 1942
				2065 (MSN 222-5283) wrecked at March Field Apr 21, 1942. w/o Jun 11, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA.  To CL-26
				2066 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
				2067 condemned Dec 26, 1942
				2068 surveyed Dec 23, 1942
				2069 salvaged May 12, 1942
				2070 J(83rd FS, 78th FG) crashed near Shellville, CA, 15 mi N of Hamilton Field, CA 
					Sep 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Wreck to CL-26 Apr 8, 1943.  
				2071 (MSN 222-5289) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 29, 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA, surveyed Nov 15, 1943
				2072 to CL-26 Oct 6, 1944
				2073 to RP-38E, to 372nd FS, 360th FG at Santa Maria AAF, Santa Maria, CA damaged
					Mar 5, 1944 when collided with a tow target at Santa Maria.
				2074 (MSN 222-5292) w/o Oct 12, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK, condemned Oct 12, 1942
				2075 to reclamation Aug 14, 1945
				2076 crashed near Watershed Park, WA Apr 4, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2077 crashed into motor pool at Camp Granite, CA Aug 14, 1943.  Pilot killed
				2078 overshot landing and crashed McChord, WA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2079 (MSN 222-5297) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 12, 1944 at Alexai, AK, condemned Oct 24, 1944
				2080 (MSN 222-5298) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 22, 1943 at Longview, AK
				2082 crashed at Port Angeles, WA Dec 16, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2083 (MSN 222-5301) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jan 8, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed Jan 12, 1944
				2084 to RFC at San Bernardino Mar 17, 1945
				2085 (MSN 222-5303) W/O aPR 3, 1942 at Olympia Airport, WA, to CL-26 Apr 22, 1942
				2086 crashed at Olympia, WA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2087 surveyed Sep 2, 1944
				2088 in accident at Ellington Field, Texas Sep 20, 1943.  
				2089 salvaged May 29, 1945
				2090 crashed in fog at Paine Field, WA Apr 2, 1942
				2091 (MSN 222-5309) w/o Jun 27, 1943 at Fort Glen, AK, condemned Jun 27, 1942
				2092 (MSN 222-5310) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 29, 1944 in Alaska, condemned Dec 29, 1944
				2093 (MSN 222-5311) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Santa Cruz Island, CA
				2094 (55th FG, 338th FS) crashed on takeoff from Port Angeles, WA Jan 14, 1943
				2095 to reclamation at Lemoore AAF, CA Apr 1, 1946
				2096 condemned Jun 15, 1942
				2097 (MSN 222-53150 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 21, 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA, surveyed Dec 22, 1943
41-2098/2099		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5316/5317.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
				2098 (8th PRS) crashed in NE New Guinea Sep 14, 1942. Pilot KIA.
					Condemned Oct 31, 1944.  SOC Jan 9, 1945
				2099 salvaged Feb 12, 1942.  SOC Jan 17, 1946
41-2100/2120		Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5318/5338.  Model 222-62-09
				2100 (MSN 222-5318) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 25, 1943 at Lake Elsinore, CA, surveyed May 2, 1943
				2101 condemned Apr 14, 1943
				2102 (MSN 222-5320) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Blythe, CA
				2103 to reclamation Feb 27, 1946
				2104 to reclamation at Burbank, CA Feb 31, 1946
				2105 (MSN 222-5323) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 9, 1943 at King City AAB, CA, surveyed Nov 11, 1943
				2107 (MSN 222-5325) w/o Oct 21, 1942 at San Mateo, CA
				2108 (329th FG, 337th FS) crashed on takeoff at Muroc AAB, CA Jan 9, 1943.
				2109 (MSN 222-5327) w/o Jul 12, 1942 at McChord Field, WA
				2110 (MSN 222-5328) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Banning, CA
				2111 (MSN 222-5329) w/o Ap 21, 1943 in Long Island Sound, CT
				2112 (MSN 222-5330) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1944 at Massacre Bay, AK
				2113 (MSN 222-5331) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/p Mar 27, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2114 (MSN 222-5332) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Feb 14, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2117 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 4th AF) in forced landing at La Cienga Sonora, Mexico Aug 1, 1942.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				2118 (MSN 222-5336) w/o Sep 24, 1942 at San Francisco Airport, CA
				2119 (329th FG, 332nd FS) crashed at Muroc AAB, CA Jan 21, 1943
41-2121/2156		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5339/5374.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO.
				2121 to French.  SOC Dec 5, 1946
				2122 to RAAF as A55-3 8/1943.  Damaged Dec 10, 1943 in belly landing at Batchelor, N.T. and
					heavily damaged.  Apparently aircraft caught fire and burnt out following its crash.
					Acquired by Darwin Aviation Museum, Batchelor, N.T..
				2123 (8th PRS, "Fainting Flozzie II") crashed near 12 Mile Drome,
					New Guinea Nov 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2124 MIA Aug 25, 1942
				2125 (8th PRS) crashed at Misiama Island Jul 27, 1942.
					Pilot killed.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2126 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2127 condemned Nov 1943
				2128 wrecked in landing accident at Lowry Field Apr 4, 1942
				2129 (MSN 222-5347) (9th PRS, 3rd PRG) lost Jul 17, 1943, Burma.  MACR 203
				2130 (8th PRS, "Malaria Mabel") condemned in Australia May 9, 1944
				2131 crashed east of Brinkley, AR Mar 24, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2132 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2133 (MSN 222-5351) w/o Mar 3, 1944 at Shawnee, OK
				2134 (3rd PRG) lost Jan 8, 1943.  MACR 14573
				2135 salvaged Oct 23, 1942
				2136 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2137 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Hellapoppin Hepcat") MIA Jun 26, 1943 on mission to Rabaul, New
					Britain.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 16410
				2138 (MSN 222-5356) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ondal, India, condemned Aug 6, 1942
				2139 (8th PRS, "Pouting Peggy") salvaged Sep 26, 1944
				2140 MIA Mar 16, 1943
				2141 condemned Dec 6, 1942
				2142 condemned Jun 2, 1944
				2143 condemned Jul 2, 1944
				2144 condemned Feb 8, 1944
				2145 MIA Sep 29, 1944
				2146 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2147 condemned Jun 30, 1943
				2148 salvaged May 23, 1945
				2149 wrecked in Wagonmound, NM Jul 6, 1942.
				2150 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2151 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2152 wrecked near Peterson Field, CO Mar 21, 1943.  Crashed near Ellicott,
					CO and was assigned to 10th PRS. Port engine caught fire.  Pilot parachuted safely from the
					burning plane.
				2153 wrecked at Spokane, WA Apr 22, 1942.
				2154 surveyed Jan 5, 1945
				2155 (MSN 222-5373) w/o Ju 23, 1943 at Woodruff, UT, condemned Jul 30, 1942
				2156 loaned to RAAF (*Leaping Lizzie*) from 8/1943 until end of 1943.  Did not get RAAF serial number.
					Condemned Apr 26, 1944.
41-2157			Lockheed F-5A-2-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5375.  SModel 222-62-16.  Unarmed photo-reconnaissance aircraft.  Was originally a P-38E redesignated
					F-4-1 Mar 13, 1942, and redesignated F-5A-2 Jun 27, 1942.  Surveyed Jan 8, 1944. 
41-2158/2171		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5376/5389.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
				2158 to RAAF as A55-1 in 8/1943. Starboard undercarriage collapsed 
					on landing at Coumalie Creek, NT Sep 2, 1944.  Caught fire and burned out after
					crash.  Converted to components.
				2159 to RAAF as A55-2 11/142.  Crashed 2mi W of Livingstone, N.T. Nov 20, 1942. Pilot killed.
				2160 salvaged Jul 9, 1945
				2161 crashed Turkahead Mtn, CO May 17, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2162 (MSN 222-5380) w/o Jan 16, 1944 at Geary, OK
				2163 (MSN 222-5381) w/o Jan 12, 1943 in Agartala area, India.
				2164 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 15, 1945
				2165 salvaged Feb 20, 1943
				2166 wrecked at Salina, KS Nov 11, 1942
				2167 condemned Jan 21, 1944
				2168 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 5, 1943
				2169 lost Jan 18, 1945. MACR 12410
				2170 to reclamation at Hill Field Mar 20, 1946
				2171 wrecked at Pinon, CO Oct 20, 1942
41-2172			Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5390. Model 222-62-09 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 15, 1943 at March Field, CA, surveyed May 18, 1943
41-2173/2218		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5391/5436
				2173 condemned Jun 30, 1943
				2174 diverted to France Mar 9, 1943
				2175 condemned Mar 31, 1943
				2176 condemned Apr 6, 1943
				2177 lost May 21, 1943.  MACR 12279.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2178 (MSN 222-5396) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jun 15, 1943 at Kweilin AB, China, condemned Jun 15, 1943
				2179 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 18, 1943 at Cimmaron Field, OK, to CL-26 at Will Rogers Field Nov 19, 1943
				2180 salvaged Jul 5, 1943
				2181 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 3, 1943
				2182 (MSN 222-5400) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 16, 1943 at Peterson AAF, CO
				2183 force landed and wrecked Colorado Springs Jan 7, 1943
				2184 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2185 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Aug 3, 1945
				2186 surveyed Sep 7, 1944
				2187 condemned Nov 12, 1944
				2188 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jul 15, 1945
				2189 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 13, 1942
				2190 salvaged Jul 3,1944
				2191 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 16, 1942
				2192 wrecked at St Matthews, KY Mar 3, 1942
				2193 (MSN 222-5411) W/o May 3, 1943 at Shoemaker, NMsurveyed May 3, 1943
				2194 (MSN 222-5412) w/o Jan 5, 1944 at Cox Field, TX, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs Jan 6, 1944
				2195 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 21, 1942.
				2196 (MSN 222-5414) w/o Aug 14, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 28, 1942
				2197 lost to AAA Jul 8, 1944
				2198 dove in at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2199 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 7, 1946
				2200 (MSN 222-5418) w/o May May 23, 1943 at Peterson AFB, CO.
				2201 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 8, 1942
				2202 crashed on takeoff at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942.  Pilot
					Lt. Edward J. Peterson survived crash but later died of
					injuries.  Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs is named in
					his honor.
				2203 surveyed Jun 21, 1948
				2204 (9th PRS) crashed near Chittagong, India Dec 2, 1943.
					Pilot killed.  Salvaged Dec 4, 1943
				2205 salvaged Mar 16, 1945.
				2206 salvaged Apr 26, 1945
				2207 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 1, 1942
				2208 (MSN 222-5426) wrecked Nov 20, 1942 at Castle Rock, CO
				2209 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Alice the Goon") lost over Coral Sea
					Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1689.  Pilot KIA.  Salvaged Feb 8,1944
				2210 surveyed Jun 21, 1948
				2211 (MSN 222-5429) w/o Mar 22, 1943 at Hugo, CO
				2212 crashed at Colorado Springs, CO Mar 6, 1944.  Pilot killed
				2213 surveyed Jan 28, 1944
				2214 salvaged Oct 10, 1946
				2215 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, Co Feb 5, 1943
				2216 salvaged Jan 17, 1943
				2217 salvaged in Australia Sep 26, 1944
				2218 condemned Jul 8, 1944
41-2219			Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5347.  Model 222-62-09
				2219 w/o Jul 10, 1942 at Cold Bay, AK, condemned Dec 11, 1943
41-2220			Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5438.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
				Loaned to RAAF 8/1943 until end of 1943.  Did not acquire RAAF serial number. Condemned
					Apr 26, 1944 and SOC Apr 9, 1946
41-2221/2292		Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5439/5510.  Model 222-62-09
				2221 salvaged Oct 17, 1945
				2222 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				2223 to reclamation at Burbank Feb 1946
				2224 wrecked on Muroc bombing range May 2,1942
				2225 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
				2226 (OMSn 222-5444) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 1, 1943 at Muretta, CA, condemned at March Field, CA Apr 3, 1943
				2227 condemned Jul 29, 1944
				2228 to reclamation in Spokane, WA Mar 27, 1945
				2229 condemned May 13, 1943
				2230 (MSN 222-5448) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Feb 3, 1943 at Muroc, CA, condemned Feb 20, 1943
				2231 surveyed May 5, 1944
				2232 (MSN 222-5450) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 24, 1944 at Alexai Point, AK, condemned May 30, 1944
				2233 wrecked at Olympia, WA Nov 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2234 pilot bailed out Dec 2, 1943, Olympia, WA Dec 2, 1943
				2235 (MSN 222-5453) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26 Aug 28, 1942
				2236 (MSN 222-5454) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1944 at Massacre Bay, AK, condemned Dec 3, 1944
				2237 to CL-26 at Albuquerque, NM Oct 6, 1944
				2238 to reclamation Mar 31, 1946
				2239 salvaged Oct 10, 1945
				2240 (MSN 222-5458) w/o Sep 10, 1942 at Olympia Airport, WA, dropped from records Nov 28, 1942
				2241 to RFC at Santa Rosa, Ca Aug 1, 1945
				2242 (MSN 222-5460) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA, condemned Aug 22, 1942
				2243 salvaged Oct 10, 1945
				2244 (MSN 222-5462) w/o Aug 21, 1943 at Puget Sound, WA, condemned Aug 22, 1942
				2245 (MSN 222-5463) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 8, 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA, surveyed Feb 24, 1945
				2246 to reclamation Mar 20, 146
				2247 hit truck on runway at Elmendorf AAF, AK Jun 3, 1942
				2248 crashed into Puget Sound Apr 4, 1942
				2249 condemned Oct 15, 1943
				2250 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
				2251 crashed after takeoff at Muroc AB Apr 13, 1943
				2252 condemned May 31,1943
				2253 crashed and burned at Olympia, WA Apr 31, 1942.
				2254 (MSN 222-5472) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 11, 1942 at Corona, CA, condemned Nov 16, 1942
				2255 crashed and burned at Paine Field, WA Aug 23, 1943
				2256 (55th FG, 37th FS) wrecked at McChord Field, WA Jan 15, 1943.  To CL-26
				2257 force landed on mud flat off Paine Field, WA May 2, 1943.  To CL-26
				2258 (MSN 222-5476) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 5, 1942 at Longview, AK.
				2259 (MSN 222-5477) w/o May 24, 1942 at Tubbs Island, CA, to CL-26
				2260 missing after flight from Portland AB, OR Mar 25, 1943
				2261 (MSN 222-5479) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Santa Cruz Island, CA.
				2262 (MSN 222-5480) W/o Jun 30, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA, to CL-26 Sep 7, 1942
				2263 condemned Jan 12, 1943
				2264 crashed 1 mi N of Hamilton Field, CA May 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2265 (MSN 222-5843) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 27, 1945 at Adak, AK, salvaged Jun 10, 1945
				2266 (55th FG, 37th FS) damaged in landing accident at Burns MAP, OR Jan 2, 1943.  To CL-26 
				2267 crashed at Pendelton AB, OR Feb 6, 1943.  Pilot killed
				2268 to reclamation at Albuquerque Jan 1, 1945
				2269 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 7, 1945. 
				2270 to CL-26 at Portland AB, OR Oct 9,1944
				2271 (MSM 222-5489) w/o Jun 15, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA, to CL-26 at McChord Aug 6, 1942
				2272 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Nov 16, 1942
				2273 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				2274 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA May 11, 1942
				2275 (MSN 222-5493) w/o Apr 1, 194 at Muroc, CA, to CL-26 at Curtiss-Wright Tech Institute, CA Jun 29, 1942
				2276 lost Nov 28, 1942 on flight from Alaska to Everett's Paine Field in WA.
					Pilot probably killed. Plane was condemned Dec 3, 1943, reported as 
					scrapped Dec 31, 1943.  The wreck was discovered in 1998 located
					on Mount Baker, WA in the North Cascades.
				2277 to RFC at Ontario, CA Oct 31, 1945
				2278 (MSN 222-5496) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. w/o Mar 9, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Mar 14, 1943
				2279 (MSN 222-5497) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 9, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Mar 14, 1943
				2280 (MSN 222-5498) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 23, 1943 at Muroc, CA.
				2281 wrecked near Tumwater, WA Dec 6, 1942
				2282 (MSN 222-5500) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jun 10, 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa, CA Jun 11, 1944
				2283 (MSN 222-5501) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Paine Field, WA, condemned Jul 10, 1942
				2284 surveyed at New Orleans Sep 20, 1945
				2285 (MSN 222-5503) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26 Jun 25, 1942
				2286 (MSN 222-5504) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. W/o Mar 5, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed at Salania SSB May 13, 1944
				2287 wrecked at Burns, OR Dec 3, 1942
				2288 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
				2289 wrecked at Atka Island, AK Nov 30, 1942
				2290 crashed near Black Boint, CA May 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2291 wrecked at Paine Field, WA Oct 5, 1942.
				2292 (MSN 222-5510) w/o Jun 8, 1942 at San Diego, CA
41-2293/2321		Lockheed P-38F Lightning
				MSN 222-5511/5539.  Model 222-60-09
				2293 wrecked during test flight  near Springfield, OH Apr 16, 1942
				2294 (MSN 222-5512) w/o Nov 167, 1942 at Glendale, CA, condemned Nov 20, 1942
				2295 crashed after flat spin Reno AAB, NV Feb 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2296 (MSN 222-5514) w/o Mar 6, 1944 at Goleta NAS, CA, surveyed at Santa Maria AAF, CA Mar 7, 1944
				2297 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Aug 13, 1943
				2298 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
				2299 surveyed at San Bernardino Aug 24, 1943
				2300 (MSN 222-5518) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Battle Mt. Park, OR, condemned Nov 12, 1942
				2301 to CL-26 at McClellan Field Jun 24, 1943
				2302 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
				2303 crashed at March Field May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2304 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 16, 1945
				2305 (MSN 222-5523) w/o Jul 8, 1944 at Williams, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa AAF, CA Jul 8, 1944
				2306 crashed and burned Olympia, WA Jul 25, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2307 (MSN 222-5525) w/o Aug 20, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA
				2308 (474th FG, 428th FS) crashed into desert 6 mi N of Lancaster, CA
					Nov 30, 1943 during high speed dive.  Pilot killed, plane surveyed Dec 1, 1943
				2309 in midair collision with P-40E near Olympia, WA Dec 2, 1942.  1 killed.
				2310 wrecked at McChord AAF, WA Sep 16, 1942
				2311 surveyed at San Bernardino Aug 6, 1942
				2312 wrecked at Olympia, WA Aug 22, 1942
				2313 (MSN 222-5531) wrecked in runway collision at North Island May 15, 1942, repaired.  W/o Aug 30, 1942 at
					Coronado Island, CA
				2314 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY May 2, 1942.  To CL-26
				2315 (MSN 222-5533) wrecked Sep 18, 1942 in San Francisco Bay, CA and surveyed Jan 20, 1943
				2316 (MSN 222-5534) w/o Jul 11, 1944 at Orcutt, CA, surveyed Jul 12, 1942
				2317 crashed and burned at Black Point N of Hamilton Field Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2318 condemned Jul 28, 1943
				2319 (MSN 222-5537) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Lake Elsinore, CA, surveyed at March Field Feb 27, 1943
				2320 (MSN 222-5538) w/o Aug 6y, 1944 at Cotati, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa Aug 7, 1944
41-2322			Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5540.  Model 222-60-15
				2322 condemned Dec 1, 1944 and SOC Dec 10, 1944
41-2323/2358		Lockheed P-38F-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5541/5576.  Model 222-60-09
				2323 hit tow target and crashed during air-to-air gunnery SW of Benjamin
					Lake, OR Oct 23, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				2324 hit tow target and crashed during air-to-air gunnery near NAAS Camp
					Kearney Apr 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2325 (MSN 222-5543) w/o Sep14, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed Sep 23, 1944
				2326 (MSN 222-5544) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Mattle Mt. Park, OR, condemned Nov 12, 1942
				2327 (MSN 222-5545) w/o Mar 22, 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA, surveyed Apr 16, 1944
				2328 taxiied into another aircraft and burned May 16, 1942.
				2329 (MSN 222-5547) w/o Aug 9, 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA.
				2330 (MSN 222-5548 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Betteravia, CA, surveyed Oct 23, 1943
				2331 (MSN 222-5549) w/o Dec 31, 1943 at Chular, CA, to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jan 1, 1944
				2332 (MSN 222-5550) w/o Apr 13, 1943 at Muroc, CA, condemned Sep 17, 1943
				2333 in midair collision 1/4 mi NE of NAAS Camp Kearney, CA Apr 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2334 (MSN 222-5552) w/o Nov 13, 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA, surveyed Dec 17, 1943
				2335 to CL-26 Jul 27, 1942
				2336 collided with 41-2072 over Dawson Canyon, CA Feb 14, 1943.
					Pilot bailed out successfully, 2072 landed safely.
				2337 crashed at Mills Field Sep 10, 1942
				2338 (MSn 222-5556) w/o Nov 29, 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA, surveyed Nov 30, 1943
				2339 (MSN 222-5557) w/o Aug 4, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA
				2340 condemned Dec 22, 1942
				2341 in taxi accident Sep 5, 1942, Mills Field.  To CL-26
				2342 (MSN 222-5560) w/o Aug 11, 1943 at Muroc, CA.
				2343 in crash landing Long Beach, CA Feb 25, 1945
				2344 to CL-26 Sep 10, 1942
				2345 (MSN 222-5563) wrecked at San Bernardino Jan 1, 1943, w/o Feb 4, 1943 at San Diego, CA
				2346 crashed in Pacific off North Island, CA Sep 13, 1942
				2347 in wheels-up landing Sep 20, 1943, MCClellan AAF
				2348 surveyed at San Bernardino AB May 10, 1943
				2349 engine caught fire 7 mi N of Mojave, CA Mar 5, 1943, pilot baled out
				2350 engine caught fire and crashed 1 mi W of Muroc AB, CA Aug 14, 1943
				2351 surveyed Aug 6, 1943
				2352 (MSN 222-5570) w/o Feb 13, 1944 at Oceano, CA.
				2353 crashed during single-engine lading at Metro Airport, Van Nuys, CA Nov 30, 1942
				2354 (MSN 222-5572) w/o Apr 1, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed Apr 7, 1943
				2355 (MSN 222-5573) w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Glendale, CA.
				2356 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 23, 1945
				2357 (MSN 222-5575) w/o Aug 21, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA, surveyed Oct 8, 1942
				2358 (MSN 222-5576) w/o Aug 25, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at Muroc AB Aug 27, 12943
41-2359/2361		Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5577/5579.  Model 222-60-15
				2359 condemned Dec 3, 1942
				2360 condemned Jul 9, 1944
				2361 condemned Sep 1, 1942
41-2362/2381		Lockheed F-4A-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5580/5599
				2362 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943
				2363 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943.  MIA Jul 31, 1944 with novelist Antoine de St. Exupery
					on board.  42-68223 is also listed as being the plane flown by Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
				2364 salvaged Dec 9, 1945
				2365 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943
				2366 condemned May 10, 1944
				2367 salvaged Feb 10, 1943
				2368 force landed due to engine fire Mar 14, 1942 near Parker, CO and damaged
					beyond repair
				2369 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2370 wrecked at Sub Depot Colorado Springs, CO Nov 11, 1942
				2371 (3rd PRG) crashed in Africa Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1148
				2372 condemned Jul 2, 1944
				2373 condemned Jul 18,1944
				2374 salvaged Jan 31, 1943
				2375 crashed and burned Feb 24, 1942 Karvel, CO
				2376 to reclamation at Lowry Field Feb 13, 1946
				2377 wrecked Sep 7, 1942 near Bellfontaine, OH due to weather.  To CL-26
				2378 salvaged Dec 15, 1942
				2379 to reclamation at Colorado Springs, CO May 12, 1945
				2380 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2381 surveyed Jul 27, 1942
41-2382/2386		Lockheed P-38F Lightning
				MSN 222-5600/5604.  Model 222-60-09
				2382 (MSM 222-5600) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Amberley, Australia.  Condemned after accident Nov 9, 1942
				2383 (MSN 222-5601) w/o Mar 30, 1944 at Santa Maria, CA, surveyed Mar 21, 1944
				2384 (MSN 222-5602) w/o Nov 18, 1942 at El Cajon, Ca, surveyed Nov 24, 1942
				2385 crashed into ocean off San Clemente Island, CA May 27, 1942.
				2386 crashed and exploded Muroc AB, CA Feb 23, 1942
41-2387			Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5605. Model 222-60-15
				MIA Dec 11, 1942
41-2388/2392		Lockheed P-38F Lightning
				MSN 222-5606/5610.  Model 222-60-09
				2388 to CL-26 with Kirtland Tech School Jan 31, 1946
				2389 wrecked at Oakland, CA Jul 7, 1942
				2390 wrecked Burbank, CA Apr 27, 1942
				2391 wrecked at Tubbs Island, CA May 22, 1942 after right engine failed
				2392 to reclamation at Ontario, CA Mar 17, 1945
41-2393/2669		Boeing B-17E Fortress
				MSN 2204/2480
				2393 wrecked at Newfoundland APT Jan 9, 1942 in collision with snowbank.  Salvaged
				2394 returned to USA Jul 17, 1943.  To RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				2395 condemned Jan 19, 1942 and used as static test aircraft and then surveyed Oct 12, 1942
				2396 (5th BG, 72nd BS) ditched off San Cristobal due to engine failure Jan 7, 1943.  Condemned Jul 15, 1944
				2397 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2398 to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945
				2399 to Boeing for flight testing.  To RFC at Stillwater Sep 19, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				2400 delivered to Douglas as model.  To reclamation at Burbank, CA Mar 20, 1946
				2401 converted to XB-38-VE with Allison V-1710 liquid-cooled engines.  Aircraft had been divereted to Lockheed-Vega
					as a pattern for Lockheed-Vega built B-17E.
					Wrecked Jun 16, 1943 near Tipton, CA after engine fire.  The pilots
					bailed out after pointing the aircraft to an uninhabited area.
					The pilot was killed when his parachute did not deploy, and
					the other crewmember was seriously injured when his parachute
					did not deploy property.
				2402 ditched during search and attack mission 40 mi S of Kauai Island, Hawaii Dec 27, 1941.  1 crew killled.
				2403 ditched off Guadalcanal Jan 26, 1943, crew picked up by PBY 5 days later.  Plane officially condemned Jul 15, 1944
				2404 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 24, 1944.  Assigned to 431st BS, 11th BG Mar 4, 1942.  Named "The Spider". 
					Ditched at sea Sep 12, 1942.  Survivors rescued 7 days later.  Officially condemned Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 16547.  
				2405 to RFC at Kingman Oct 9, 1945
				2406 (7th BG, 22nd BS) crashlanded Madera Island Feb 25, 1942.  Officially condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2407 used as test aircraft by Air Material Command at Wright Field.  To storage at Davis Monthan Aug 1, 1946
				2408 was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.
					Used to evacuate General MacArthur from Philippines Mar 25, 1942.  Salvaged in Brisbane, Australia Oct 14, 1944.
				2409 ("Ole Maid") delivered to Salt Lake SAD Jan 12, 1941; transferred to 11BG Hickam, HI Dec 28, 1942; 
					crashlanded at Guadalcanal Nov 25, 1942. WO Sep 20, 1943
				2410 delivered Salt Lake SAD Jan 12, 1941; assigned to March Dec 28, 1941; transferred to Langley Jan 11, 1942; transferred 
					to Jacksonville, FL May 9, 1942; transferred to Presque Is Mar 29, 1943; transferred to Occident May 11, 1943; 
					transferred to Mitchell Jun-43; transferred to Smoky Hill Jun 3, 1944; transferred to San Bernadino Dec 13, 1945; 
					reclaimed as scrap Apr 30, 1946.
				2411 *Old Miss 11* Evacuated Java Feb 28, 1942 to Ceylon and did end up in 
					India Mar 1942 with 7thBG.  May have been the Fort lost on Adaman Islands Apr 1942 
				2412 (7th BG) damaged on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942 and may have been abandoned.  Also listed as
					going to RFC at Arledge Nov 13, 1944.
				2413 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 38th RS, 19th BG.  Plane was one of the planes that arrived over 
					Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Transferred to 42nd BS, 11th BG Hickam Dec 30, 1942.  Transferred to 5th AF Aug 31,1944.
				2414 destroyed on ground by fire at Salt Lake City Field Nov 12, 1941
				2415 (5th BG, 31st BS, "City of San Francisco") shot down during Battle of Midway Jun 5, 1942.
				2416 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 28, 1941.  Assigned to 88th RS, 7th BG, then 19th BG, 40th RS.  Was one of the planes that 
					arrived over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. slightly damaged by Japanese strafing and landed at Kuhuku golf course.
					Transferred to 88th RS, 19th BG, then to 7th BG.   Damaged at Townsville,
					Australia Feb 22, 1942 when collided with 41-2434.  *San Antonio Rose * staged through Batchelor Field to 
					Del Monte Philippines on bombing sortie against Japanese landings at Legaspi Mar 1942. Eventualy used 
					as hangar queen in Australia.  WFU at Brisbane Jan 31, 1944.
				2417 assigned to 19th BG, 28th BS, then to Project X Feb 19, 1942.  Crashed Queensland, Australia Jul 6, 1942,
					scrapped 1944
				2418 (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942.  Also listed as being W/o Jun 26, 1946.
				2419 crash landed in field at Palembang, Sumatra Jan 23, 1942.  Officially w/o Jan 9, 1945.
				2420 (11th BG, 42nd BS) shot down Sep 24, 1942 after raid to Shortlands.  Ditched in 30 m of water.  Complete minus tail
					section.  Crew executed by Japanese.  Aircraft remains were still extant in 1997.  MACR 15098.
				2421 (19th BG, 40th BS) overshot and burned out Horn Island Jul 16, 1942.  w/o Oct 31, 1944 and converted to components.
				2422 (6th BG, 3rd BS) crashed at David Field, Panama Jul 14, 1943.  W/o Aug 5, 1943.
				2423 used on Project X.  Crashlanded and burned at McDill AFB, FL Jan 5, 1942 with 7th BG.  Salvaged.
				2424 delivered Salt Lake SAD Dec 1, 1941, transferred to 6AF in Panama Dec 27, 1941; transferred to Guatamala 
					Sep 10 to Apr 15, 1942; RETUS to Tinker Jun 15, 1942; transferred to RFC (sold for scrap) at Altus Aug 20, 1945.
				2425 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 26, 1941; transferred to 5AF, Panama Dec 30, 1941; transferred to Guatamala 
					Apr 15, 1942; transferred to Panama Nov 23, 1942; RETUS Tinker Jul 22, 1944; transferred to RFC and sold for 
					scrap at Kirtland, Albuquerque Aug 2, 1945.
				2426 (11th BG, 431st BS0 MIA on recon flight over Northern Solomon Islands Aug 7, 1942.  Also listed as delivered to Salt Lake SAD 
					Nov 16, 1941 transferred to 11BG/43BS as aircraft No. 42; transferred to 5AF 
					Aug 1943; RETUS Hendricks Feb 12, 1944; to RFC and sold for scrap Dec 31, 1945.
				2427 arrived via Africa from USA Jan 28, 1942 with 7thBG.  Transferred to 19thBG on Java.
					Destroyed on ground at Malang, Java Feb 3, 1942.  W/o Oct 31, 1944.
				2428 ("Ol' Shasta") delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 26, 1941; transferred to 11BG/98BS at Hickam-Clarke, HI 
					Oct 26, 1942.  MIA Dec 28, 1942.  
				2429 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 88th RS, 7th BG, then 7th BG, 88th RS.  
					Arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  
					Used to evacuate MacArthur's staff from Del Monte, Philippines Mar 25, 1942
					Shot down Rabaul, New Britain Aug 7, 1942.  MACR 16020.  Harlpease received Medal of Honor for action.
				2430 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.   Was one of six planes that flew 
					into Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
					Transfferred to 40th GBS, 19th Bg, then 65th BS, 43rd BG.   Ferried to Australia and nicknamed "Naughty But Nice".  
					Shot down  by J1N1-S Jun 25, 1943, Vunakanau, SW Pacific with 65th BS, 43rd BG
					while on night mission to Rabaul.  MACR 14590.  One crew POW, rest KIA.  
					The crewmember who was POW survived the war.  The wreck was discovered in 1982.
				2431 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941; transferred to Wheeler-Hickam Nov 19, 1942; transferred to 5BG Feb 1943; 
					RETUS Jan 11, 1944, crews complained that it was a gas hog; transferred to Scott Jan 17, 1945; transferred 
					to Chanute Jan 21, 1945; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945.
				2432 (7th BG, 88th RS, "The Last Straw") was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.
					W/o Brisbane Jan 12, 1945.
				2433 delivered salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.  Was one of the planes that arrived over 
					Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.   To 11 th BG at Hickam Field Apr 30, 1942.  Force landed at Bellows Field May 18, 1942.
					Repiared and transferred to 7th BG and 26th BS, 11th BG Espiritu santo and Henderson.  Damaged by H6K5 Mavis flying boat
					over Guadalcanal Nov 21, 1942.  Returned to USA Sep 1, 1944.  To RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
				2434  delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1944.  Assigne to 7th BG, 88th RS.   Was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl 
					Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  Was able to land at Hickam Field.  
					Crashed into sea near Cairns, North Queensland Aug 16, 1942 while on test flight for new flare-dropping
					mechanism.  The device malfunctioned and a flare exploded inside the aircraft  Plane crashed into sea a
					mile off Yorkeys Knob N o Carins, Queensland, killing all aboard.  Formally w/o Oct 31, 1944.
				2435 (30th BS 19th BG) shot down Aug 2, 1942 near SW of Musa Point PNG.  8 KIA, 1 bailed out and survived.
					Formally w/o Oct 31, 1944.
				2436 delivered to McDill Dec 25, 1941; assigned to Project X Feb 29, 1942; RETUS Bolling Aug 16, 1942; transferred 
					to Langley Jul 9, 1944; transferred to Selfridge Jul 6, 1945; transferred to RFC andsold for scrap at 
					Altus Sep 24, 1945.
				2437 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Dec 2, 1941; transferred to 11BG 98BS at Hickam Field, HI Oct 25,1942, 
					WO Jun 15, 1944. Shown in a TV Documentary on Midway.
				2438 to RCAF as Fortress II 9206.  Delivered to RCAF Dec 21, 1943. Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy 
					Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, for mail flights to Europe and North Africa. SOC 7 June 1946.  Sold to 
					Argentina as LV-RTO.  Scrapped in 1964.
				2439 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Dec 2, 1941; assigned to Project X Feb 11, 1942; transferred to Mobile Nov 16, 1942; 
					transferred to Sebring Jan 4, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at 
					Kirtland, Albuquerque, NM Jun 15, 1945.  Also listed as crashlanding New Britain Aug 7, 1942 MACR 16020.
				2440 (42nd BS) ditched off Duma Point Sept 24, 1942 due to fuel exhaustion.  Crew captured and
					executed.  Wreck is still located there 60 feet underwater in failrly good condition.  Also listed as reclamation
					completed Jul 15, 1946. and being named Calamity Jane.
				2441 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Dec 3, 1941; transferred to 6AF at Howard, Panama Dec 27, 1941; transferred to 
					Guatamala Mar 6, 1942; crashed into sea Jan 7, 1943.
				2442 (11th BG, 42nd BS, "Yokohama Express") crashed Shortland Bay, Bougainville during
					combat patrol Feb 2, 1943 in night and in rain.  MACR 16269.  9 KIA.
				2443 delivered to McCord Dec 4, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI Dec 15, 1941.  Crashed into cliffs of
					Mount Keahiakahoe near the Nu'uanu Pali in Hawaii while returning from antisubmarine patrol Apr 5, 1942.  
					All 11 on board killed.
				2444 delivered to McCord Dec 4, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI Oct 18, 1942; 
					RETUS Oct 17, 1943.  W/O Oct 8, 1944.
				2445 ("So Solly Please") delivered to Sacramento Dec 3, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI 
					Jul 22, 1942.  Tail torn off in taxi accident on Dec 9, 1942. W/O Jun 15, 1944.
				2446 (7th BG, 22nd BS) abandoned in Papua New Guinea when crash-landed Feb 23, 1942 in swamp while
					returning from a raid on Rabaul.  Crew walked away from the crash site
					and were eventually returned to Port Moresby and were returned to
					combat. Plane remained half-submerged in a swamp.  David Tallichet, the 
					founder of MARC, has reportedly secured permission to recover this plane.  He was
					denied permission by the PNG government to exercise salvage rights and sold the
					salvage rights to Alfred Hagen.  Hagen and Robert Geinert in 2006 had wings and engines
					removed and airlifted the fuselage to Lae, PNG.  Aircraft was impounded by the PNG
					government and is currently sitting on the wharf at Lae.  In 2010 was seen on wharf at port of
					Tauranga, New Zealand headed for USA.  It was shipped to USA.   It will be put on display at Reef Restaurant 
					parking lot, Long Beach, CA.  Owner may have it restored to flying condition or have it displayed at
					Pima Air And Space Museum.  Reported by AeroVintage as being in storage with Pacific Aviation Museum at
					Ford Island, Hawaii having been stored at Chino 2010.
				2447 (19th BG, 40th BS, "San Antonio Rose II") picked up Gen. MacArthur and family in Philippines Mar 25, 1942.  
					Destroyed on ground Del Monte Field, PI Apr 12, 1942 during Royce mission.  Formally w/o Oct 31, 1944. 
				2448 returned to USA Jul 8, 1944 and w/o Feb 9, 1945.
				2449 (19th BG) damaged by strafing at Broome, Australia just after Java evacuation Mar 3, 1944
				2450 (7th BG) wrecked and demolished in Guatemala Jan 8, 1942 while reinforcing FEAF
				2451 (7th BG) crashlanded at Rio Mato, Guatemala when landing gear did not extend Jul 7, 1942.
					Was on resupply mission to FEAF.  Returned to USA Jul 8, 1944.  To RFC Altus Aug 34, 1945. 
					Center fuselage and wing sections reportedly used in 1969 in rebuild of B-17 44-83814.
				2452 with 7th BG used in first MacArthur rescue attempt.  Survived Java Campaign, was in RAAF Pearce Mar 2, 1942, ex Broom Mar 2, 1942 
					Crashlanded Aug 9, 1942 on beach  Malapla Island, New Guin ea.
				2453 assigned 7th BG Java Jan 31, 1942, then with 19th BG Hickam Field.  Returned to USA Nov 19, 1942.  
					Wrecked while taxying Pyota, Feb 19, 1943.  Damaged again Lockbourn Nov 26, 1943.  To RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945.
				2454 (19th BG) destroyed on ground Mar 3, 1942, Broome, W. Australia following Java evacuation.
				2455 arrived from USA via Africa Jan 26, 1942 at Sourabaya.  Transferred to 19th BG on Java.
				    Destroyed on ground Java Feb 20, 1942.  Salvaged.
				2456 shot down at sea near Surabaya Feb 3, 1942.  MACR 16154.
				2457 *Per Diem* survivied Java , went on to serve 435 BS May 42 out of 
					Townsville.  Returned to USA Aug 2, 1944.  Reclaimation completed Oct 31, 1945.
				2458 (43rd BG, 65th BS, *Yankee Diddler*) damaged by air action and crashlanded Pasiran Feb 8, 1942.  Flew to Sydney
					on beer run, groundlooped Finchafen Jan 27, 1945.  Repaired but eventually written off at Brisbane Jan 1945.
				2459 (7th BG) DBR on ground at Kendari, Java Jan 16, 1942 during strafing attack.  Burned by US Jan 16, 1942.
				2460 arrived ex-Africa Route Jan 15, 1942.  On Jan 25, 1942 transferred to 19th BG on Java.
					Landed at Bandjermasin, Java. Badly damaged and shot up. The 5th Bomber Command Journal reports that it was D
					BR in a bombing raid [by the Japanese] at Andir, Java but repaired by the Dutch and flown to Point 
					Cook [the pilot couldn’t find Laverton], Australia Mar 17, 1942.  Other sources have it arriving 
					in Australia on 15 January 1942 via Africa.  19thBg records state per first.  
					Repaired evacuated to Australia for repairs.  Had collision on ground at Horn Island 
					Jul 27, 1942 with B-17E 41-2640. 41-2460 was repaired and flown to Mareeba, Australia, but survey 
					had it reduced to spares.  
				2461 (7th BG, 11th BS, *El Toro*) destroyed by strafing at Port Moresby Apr 25, 1942.
				2462 reported strafed at Port Moresby, Australia on Dec 25, 1941. Repaired.  Named "Billy" when used as a hack for 
					LT. GEN  Krueger of 6th Army.  WO Jun 3, 1945.  2462 (*Tojo's Jinx*) scrapped in New Guinea in 1945.
				2463 (19th BG, "Yankee Doodle" then to 5th BG, 394th BS) crashed on
					takeoff due to mechanical failure at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides
					Aug 2, 1943.  2 killed.  Pilot was Gene Roddenberry, creator of
					*Star Trek*
				2464 (43rd BG, 64th BS) lost Jul 8, 1944 between Nazab PNG and Biak, Dutch New Guinea.  5 crew and 13
					passengers lost.  MACR 6580.  No trace ever found.  Report that it returned to USA after 11th BG 
					use in 1943 and was scrapped in 1946 seems to be in error.
				2465 delivered to McDill Dec 30, 1941; assigned to Project X Jan 4, 1942; crashlanded 20 mi NE of Coalinga, 
					California Mar 23, 1942.  . WO Jun 30, 1946.
				2466 delivered Geiger Dec 25, 1941.  To 19th BG, 93rd BS Java Jan 21, 1942, then 7th BG.  Destroyed on ground at Malang, 
					Java Feb 3, 1942.
				2467 delivered to McChord Dec 22, 1941; transferred to Geiger Dec 27, 1942; transferred to Hamilton 
					Jan 28, 1942; transferred to Hickam Feb 16, 1942; RETUS Oct 21, 1943.  WO Dec 4, 1943.
				2468 delivered Sacramento Dec 20, 1941. Assigned 19th BG, 93rd BS Java Jan 18, 1942.  Arrived African 
					Route Jan 19, 1942.  Transferred to 19thBG on Java.  Following 
					raid, Jan 25, 1942, made wheels up landing on mudflats 15 miles N.E. of Bangkalan, Java. 
					Abandoned.  May have been captured by Japanese forces and stripped for parts.
				2469 delivered McChord Dec 23, 1941.  Assigned 93rd BS, 19th BG Java Jan 21, 1942.
					Damaged and crash landed Arendis Is (Borneo) Feb 3, 1942.  Crew picked up by PBY
				2470 Delivered McDill Jan 7, 1942. Assigned 19th BG, Malang, Java Jan 30, 1942.  Arrived via Africa 
					route Jan 31, 1942 to Malang.  Strafed and burned Singoasri, Java Feb 3, 1942.  Salvaged
				2471 Delivered McChord Dec 20, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG Java Jan 18, 1942.  Transferred to 
					7th BG, 9th BS. Crashlanded Feb 8, 1942, Djokjakarta, Java and abandoned.  May have been rebuilt
					by the Japanese.
				2472 delivered McChord Dec 24, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG Java Jan 15, 1942.  Transferred to
					19th BG, 28th BS Australia, transferred to 43rd BG, 30th BS, transferred to 63rd BS.  Flew 212 missions 
					between Jan 22, 1942 and Oct 5, 1943, serving with 7th, 19th and 43rd BG in Pacific.  Scrapped Oct 1944. 
				2473 delivered to McChord Dec 24, 1941; assigned to Project X Dec 25, 1941; transferred to Langley Feb 9, 1942; 
					transferred to Palm Beach Mar 11, 1942; transferred to Langley May 13, 1942; transferred to Olmstead 
					Feb 1, 1943; transferred to Occident Apr 29, 1943; RETUS Mitchell Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Great 
					Bend Jul 16, 1944; transferred to Chanute Dec 4, 1946; reclaimed for scrap Aug 20, 1946.
				2474 delivered McChord Dec 23, 1941.  To 7th BG, Hawaii (Project X) Feb 29, 1942; Magpie Jun 12, 1942, transferred
					Glen Jun 21, 1942 Oham 15th AF Jul 8, 1944.  damaged in landing accident at Bari-Palese, Italy Jan 7, 1944.
					W/o Nov 12, 1944.
				2475 delivered Sacramento dec 27, 1941.  Assigned 7th BG Langley Jan 4, 1942, McDill IJan 7, 1942.
					(7th BG) crashed at McDill Field, FL Apr 20, 1942  Salvaged Aug 7, 1943.
				2476 delivered McChord Dedc 24, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG Java Jan 26, 1942.  Transferred to
					7th BG, 9th BS.  Shot down off Java Jan 29, 1942.  All crew KIA.
				2477 delivered to Sacramento Dec 29, 1941; transferred to Langley Jan 3, 1942; assigned to Project X Jan 14, 1942; 
					RETUS Tyndall Nov 12, 1943, converted to a RB-17Q; transferred to Atlanta Oct 6, 1944; transferred to 
					Rome, NY Dec 12, 1944; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946.
				2478 delivered Sacramento Dec 26, 1941.  Assigned to 19th BG Java Jan 28, 1942.  Transferred to 7th BG.
					Strafed Singosari Feb 3, 1942.  Also reported as having crashed somewhere in Africa while on supply 
					mission to FEAF
				2479 delivered sacramento Nov 27, 1942.  Assigned 7th BG Langley Jan 7, 1942, to McDill Jan 16, 1942.
					(7th BG) crashed into Atlantic Ocean between S. America and Africa Feb 20, 1942 while
					on supply mission to FEAF
				2480 delivered Sacramento Dec 26, 1942, to Portland Dec 29, 1941, to Langley Jan 3, 1942, to
					McDill Jan 6, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG Project X Jan 11, 1942.  (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942
				2481 delivered Sacramento Dec 26, 1941.  Assigned to 19th BG, 30th BS Java Feb 14, 1942.  Transferred to 7th BG, then to
					43rd BG, 63rd BS, then to 481 Service Squadron.  (43rd BG, 63rd BS, *Old Topper*) crashed on takeoff at 
					Jackson Field, Port Moresby Aug 28, 1943.  W/o Oct 30, 1943.
				2482 delivered to Sacramento Dec 26, 1941; assigned to Project X Jan 13, 1942; crashed on take off at Boeing 
					Field Dec 20, 1942. Salvaged.
				2483 delivered sacramento Dec 28, 1941.  Assigned to 6th BG, 9th BS Java Jan 31, 1942.  (19th BG, 7th BS) fell 
					into spin and crashed Jan 16, 1942, Java.  Aslo reported as having been blown up on evacuation Feb 28, 1942.
				2484 delivered Langley Dec 31, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG, 30th BS, Java Feb 9, 1942.  Transferred to
					7th BG, 9th BS, then 43rd BG, 64th BS.  Strafed Singosari Feb 20, 1942 and salvaged
					Also reported as (7th BG) crashlanded Feb 8, 1942, Malang and abandoned
				2485 delivered to McChord Dec 31, 1941; transferred to Langley Jan 3, 1942; transferred to McDill Jan 6, 1942; 
					assigned to Project X Mar 6, 1942; RETUS Tinker Jun 5, 1942; transferred to Des Moines Jul 22, 1944; 
					transferred to Romulus Sep 1, 1944 transferred to Stout Nov 2, 1944; reclaimed for scrap Jun 29, 1945.
				2486 delivered Langley Dec 31, 1941, assigned 43rd BG 64th BS Java Feb 7, 1942.  Used in
					MacArthur's first rescue attempt.  Transferred to 19th BG, 30th BS at RAAF Pearce, Australia
					Mar 1, 1942.  Then to 7th Bg, 9th BS Daly Waters, Australia May 1941.  Returned to USA Oct 1941.
					To RFC Altus Oct 4,1945.  
				2487 delivered to Langley Dec 30, 1941; transferred to Duncan Jan 19, 1942; transferred to Hamilton Jan 27, 1942; 
					transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickham, HI Feb 21, 1942; transferred to 42BS Oct 28, 1944. WO Jun 11, 1944.
				2488 delivered McChord Dec 30, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG, 30th BS Java Feb 6, 1942.  Transferred to 7th BG.
					Destroyed on ground at Singosari, Java Feb 20, 1942.  Salvaged.
				2489 (*Suzy Q*) delivered McDill Jan 4, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG 93rd BS Java.  To 7th BG.  Took part in all Pacific
					battles excdpt Midway, claimed 26 enemy aircraft.  Returned to USA Oct 23, 1942.  Involved in taxi accident
					Mar 25, 1943.  Forced landing 5 mi N of Junction City, Kansas May 10, 1944.  Reduced to spares Jul 15, 1946.
				2490 delivered Sacramenton Jan 10,1942.  (7th BG) crashed in field north of Pendleton Field, Oregon Jan 17, 1942
				2491 delivered to Boeing SAD Jan 18, 1942; transferred to McDill Jan 23, 1942; transferred to Nasal
					May 20, 1942; transferred to the Middle East Jul 11, 1943; transferred Central Arfica Jun-44 
					RETUS Boeing Jun 17, 1944, modified  RB-17; WO Nov 30, 1944.
				2492 delivered McDill Jan 4, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG Java Feb 5, 1942, transferred to 7th BG, 9th BS.
					Blew up in formation Feb 8, 1942, Java
				2493 delivered Sacramento Jan 18, 1942. Assigned to 19th BG Java Feb 19, 1942.  Destroyed by 
					bombing, Bandoeng, Java Feb 19, 1942.  Salvaged
				2494 delivered to McDill Jan 3, 1942; transferred to 19BG Java Feb 7, 1942; crashlanded at Malang Feb 8, 1942. Salvaged.
				2495 delivered to Portland Jan 14, 1942; transferred to McDill Jan 22, 1942; transferred to Palm Beach Apr 26, 1942; 
					transferred to Sebring Sep 13, 1942; transferred to 2137 BU at Hendricks May 14, 1942.  Force landed Aug 16, 1943.
					WO Jul 5, 1944.
				2496 delivered to Patterson Jan 15, 1942; transferred to Wright Mar 1, 1942; transferred to Patterson Jun 17, 1942; 
					transferred to Biggs May 15, 1943; transferred to 2511 BU Bryan Dec 5, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold 
					for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 5, 1945.
				2497 delivered Mcdill Jan 26, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG, 30th BS Java Feb 17,1 942,  then 7th BG, 
					transferred to 43rd BG, 30th BS, to 46TCS, 317th TCG.  (43rd BG, *Tojo's Nightmare*) crashed on 
					approach to Horn Island Jan 24, 1943.
				2498 delivered McDill Jan 3, 1942.  To 19th BG 305h BS Java.  (19th BG) damaged on ground at 
					Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942.  Salvaged
				2499 delivered to San Antonio Jan 10, 1942; tranferred to Nasal May 20, 1942; RETUS Hendricks Jun 14, 1943; 
					transferred to 4121 BU Kelly Sep 23, 1944; transferred to 30 BU Kingman Oct 18, 1944; transferred to 
					RFC and sold for scrap at Kirtland, Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
				2500 (19th BG) damaged on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942.
				2501 Delivered Sacramento Jan 18k1942.  To McDill Jan 25, 1942.  Assigned to 7th BG but crashlanded in 
					Java on delivery Feb 19, 1942
				2502 Delivered Portaland Jan 14, 1942, assigned to 7th BG at McDill.  Badly damaged at McDill field while 
					taxying Feb 3, 1942.  To Sebring Sep 6, 1942, Brookley Mar 25, 1943, Hendricks Apr 2,1 943.  3036 BU
					Yuma Nov 13, 1943.  To RFC Albuquerque May 26, 1945.
				2503 delivered McDill Jan 25, 1942.  Assigned 7th BG Java Feb 19, 1942.  Shot down by fighters in 
					Buitenzong area, Java, Feb 19, 1942.
				2504 delivered McDill Feb 6, 1942.  To West Palm Beach Feb 20,1 942.  To 6th AF Howard, Panama
					Apr 4, 1942, to Guatamela Apr 15, 1942.  Canal patrol and antisub duties.   Returned to USA Nov 11, 1943.
					To reclamation Feb 9, 1945.
				2505 delivered Portland Jan 14, 1942.  First E-model with Sperry ball turret.  
					Assigned to 7th BG, 9th BS Java.  Transferred to 19th BG, 30th BS
					Feb 10, 1942.  Crashed into Mt Obree in New Guinea Apr 25, 1942.  8 KIA.  MACR 15500.  Wreck discovered in 1986.
				2506 delivered Portland Jan 14, 1942, to McDill Jan 25, 1942.  Assigned 19th BG, then 7th BG.  Scrapped at 
					Brisbane, Australia Oct 31, 1944.  Also reported as being used in Panama and returned to USA in 1943.
				2507 delivered Jan 14, 1942, Assigned 19th BG 30th BS Java Feb 20, 1942, then to 7th BG.  Used in first
					MacArthur rescue.  Force landed in sea off Del Monte Mar 23, 1942.  The 5th Bomber Command Journal 
					reports that it crashed Mar 12, 1942 [Capt Godman was back in Australia by 17Mar42]. Location recorded 
					as Illigan, Mindanao.
				2508 delivered Albany Jan 24, 1942, to McDill Jan 30, 1942, to Sebring Feb 3,1942.  Destroyed by strafing 
					Broome, W. Aust after Java evacuation Mar 3, 1942.  Also listed on USAAF records as crash landing at Maxwell 
					AAF  Mar 13, 1942.  To Hendricks May 13, 1942.  Forced landing Jul 11, 1943.  W/o Oct 5, 1944
				2509 delivered Albany Jan 33, 1942, McDill Jan 30, 1942, Sebring Feb 3, 1942.  Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL 
					May 16, 1942 in landing accident.  To RFC Albuquerque Jun 15, 1945.
				2510 delivered Albany Jan 22, 1942, to Sebring Jan 30, 1942, McDill Feb 5, 1942, Hendricks Mar 4, 1942.
					Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL Apr 18, 1942 in landing accident.  
				2511 delivered Albany Jan 22,1 942, to Sebring Jan 23, 1942, to McDill Feb 13, 1942.  Tranferred to
					Hendricks Field.  Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL May 15, 1942 after structural failure.  W/o May 3, 1944
				2512 delivered Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942.  To RCAF at Dorval, Montreal Mar 13, 1942.  To Great Britain for defense
					aid.  Force landed Hendricks Field, Sepbring Apr 15, 1943.
				2513 to RAF as FK184.  Delivered Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942.  Via RCAF Dorval Mar 14, 1942, Gander Mar 31, 1942, to
					Prestwick Apr 1, 1943 as RAF FK184 to 206 SQ, Benbecula, Scotland Aug 14, 1952.  251 Sq Reykjavik,
					Iceland Mar 11, 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.
				2514 to RAF as FK185.  Delivered Ogden Jan 23, 1942, to Cheyenne Feb 15, 1942, to RCAF Dorval Mar 24,1 942, Gander
					Apr 23, 1942, prestwick Apr 24, 1942 as RAF FK185 to 220 Squadron, Ballykelly Jul 14, 1942.  To Boscombe
					Down to be fitted with experimental Briston B16 nose turret with 40 mm Vickers S gun.  Convertdd
					back to original configuration and transferred to 251 Sq Reykjavik, Iceland Mar 11, 1945.  SOC Jul 10, 1945.
				2515 to RAF as FK186.  Delivered Ogden Jan 23, 1942, to Cheyenne Mar 2, 1942, Wayne Co. Apr 5 1942, To
					RCAF Dorval Apr 8, 1942, Goose Bay to Reykjavik Apr 9, 1942.  To Prestwick Jun 25, 1942.  to 220 squadron, to
					206 Sq, 220 Sq Mar 19, 1944.  SOC Jun 13, 1945.
				2516 to RAF as FK187.  Delivered Ogden Jan 20, 1942, Cheyenne Mar 2, 1942, RCAF Dorval Mar 24, 1942, Gander Apr 5, 1942,
					Prestwick Apr 6, 1942.  To A&AEE Boscombe Down for trials Apr 24, 1942.  Then Thornaby, Yorkshire. SOC Jul 4, 1945.
				2517 to RAF as FK188. Delivered Ogden Jan 23,1 942, Cheyenne Feb 15, 1942, RCAF Dorval Mar 19,1 942, Gander-
					Prestwidck Apr 6, 1942.  To 59 Sq Thomabuy, Yorkshire, 220 Sq, 519 Sq.   SOC Sep 10, 1945 after inflight 
					engine failure Apr 18, 1945.
				2518 to RAF as FK189.  Delivered Ogden Jan 23, 1942, Cheyenne Feb 15, 1942, Wright Mar 24,1 942, Wayne Col Oct 10,1 942,
					Gander-Prestwick Nov 4, 1942,  To 220 Sq then to Lagens, Azores.  Damaged beyond repair when engine caught fire
					after takeoff from Lagens Jul 26, 1944.
				2519 to RAF as FK190.  Del Ogden Jan 25, 1942; Cheyenne Feb 10, 1942; Wayne Co. Mar 31, 1942; RCAF Dorval Apr 1, 1942;
					Gander-Prestwick 16/4/42 RAF [FK190]; to Royal Aircraft Estab. LRASV trials May3, 1942, fitted with
					‘stickleback’ aerials and all-white finish; 206 Sq (VX-1J) Benbecula, Scot., 220 Sq (NR-?) Lagens, Azores
					Ap4 27, 1944; SOC Jun 13, 1945.
				2520 Del Ogden 1/20/42; Cheyenne 4/9/42; Lowry 5/5/42; Hamilton 5/27/1942; slated RAF but
					trans 23BS/5BG Hawaii 5/28/42; t/o Carney Fd, Guadalcanal 7/27/1943 to attack Kahili Fd, Buin, w/Major
					Berton Burns [23BS CO], cp-Capt Roy Ballah, damaged by Japanese nighter fighter but returned to base OK;
					tran 26BS/11BG ; Ret to US 9/2/1944; Recl Comp 8/14/45. JAP HAPPY.
				2521 Del Ogden 1/25/42; Hill 2/18/42; Cheyenne 4/12/42; Lowry 5/8/42; Hamilton 5/29/42;
					slated RAF but trans 72BS/5BG Hawaii 5/30/42; fate unknown after 6/15/44. Salvaged Hawaii Aug 10, 1944.
				2522 Del Ogden Jan 25, 1942, Cheyenne Mar 21, 1942, Wayne Co Apr 11, 1942.  To RAF as FK191.  206 Sq 
					Benbecula, Scotland, 220 Sq Aldergrove.  Sunk U-871 Sep 12, 1944.  Overshot landing at Gosport, England 
					Dec 28, 1944, SOC Mar 8, 1945.
				2523 del Ogden Jan 30, 1942, slated for RAF but trnasferred to 11th BG, 98th BS Hawaii.  Transferred to
					5th BG, 72nd BS.  On Ops for 38 days, ditched off Russell Island Mar 20, 1943, all crew rescued.
					Salvaged in Hawaii Aug 10, 1944.
				2524 del Ogden Jan 20,1 942, Hill Feb 15, 1942, Cheyenne Apr 12, 1942, Lowry May 2, 1942, Hamilton May 23, 1942.
					Slated for RAF but transferred to 11th BG, 26th BS in Hawaii May 23, 1942.  Was at Midway before the battle.  
					Returned to USA Brookley Dec 8, 1942, Hendricks Aug 28, 1944.  To RFC May 22, 1945 and salvaged.
				2525 del Ogden Jan 25, 1942, Hill Feb 15,1 942, Cheyenne Apr 11,1 942, Lowry May 5, 1942, Hamilton May 27, 1942
					Slated for RAF but transferred to 11th BG, 98th BS Hawaii.  Transferred to 5th BG, 31st BS.  Three Japanese
					aircraft credited plus one warship sunk during Battle of Midway.  (5th BG, 31st BS) lost Jun 10, 1943,
					Papua New Guinea.  MACR 799
				2526 del Ogden Jan 25, 1942, Hill Feb 15, 1942, Cheyenne Mar 30, 1942, Wayne Co Apr 17, 1942.  To RCAF Dorval
					Apr 22, 1942.  To Gande-Prestwick May 10, 1942.  To RAF as FK193.  220 Sq.  SOC Jun 12, 1945. 
				2527 del Ogden Jan 25,1942, Portland Jan 27, 1942, Ogden Feb 17, 1942, Cheyenned Apr 10,1 942,
					Lowry May 6, 1942.  Slated for RAF but transferred to 11th BG, 431st BS Hawaii May 21,1 942.
					Transferred to 26th BS.  Flak Damage over Eastern Solomons Jun 10, 1944. Salvaged in Hawaii Aug 10, 1944
				2528 del Patterson Jan 25, 1942, Wright Feb 15, 1942, Tallahassee Mar 13, 1942, Eglin Mar 18, 1942.
					Wright field.  Force landed at Saginaw, Michigan Apr 28, 1942.  Repaired and transferred to Patterson,
					Ohio Jul 29, 1942.  To Alamogordo Aug 21,1 942, to Biggs Sep 7, 1942, to Alamogordi Oct 2, 1942, to Boise Nov 10, 1942.
					Wrecked at Columbus, OH May 23, 1943, drag link failure.  Repaired and put back into service.  Forcelanded
					Aug 22, 1943.  To RFC at Altus Sep 6, 1945.
				2529 del Patterson Jan 25,1 942, Lowry Feb 27, 1942, SAAD May 16, 1943.  To 5th BG, 72nd BS Aug 8, 1942.
					Reported MIA in Midway battle Jun 5,1942.  Also reported lost on ferry flight to Australia May 5, 1942
				2530 del Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942, Sebring May 15, 1942, Hendricks Apr 3, 1943.  Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL 
					Jul 30, 1943 due to landing gear failure.  to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 24, 1945.
				2531 ("Buzz "King) delivered to Sebring Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1945; transferred to Wendover 
					May 27, 1942. W/0 at Unnijakee AAF, Fl May 23, 1944.
				2532 Delivered to Sebring Mar 8, 1942; transferred to Brookley Feb 11, 1942; transferred to Hendricks 
					Feb 25, 1942; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1945.
				2533 delivered to Sebring Mar 8, 1943; transferred to Hendricks (date unknown) and believed to be lost in Gulf of Mexico 
					Apr 15, 1942. WO Apr 21, 1942.
				2534 delivered to Sebring 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 20, 1942; transferred to Elgin Nov 29, 1942; 
					crashlanded at Hendricks Field, FL Apr 10, 1942, repaired/  W.o Jul 7, 1943 at Hendricks Field, FL.  Salvaged Feb 5, 1944.
				2535 deliverd to McDill Jan 23, 1942; transferred to Tucson Jan 31, 1942; assigned to 10AF at Nasal May 20, 1942; 
					RETUS New Castle May 29, 1942; transferred to Wilmington Aug 30, 1942. WO Jun 5, 1944.
				2536 delivered to McDill Jan 29, 1942; assigned to 19BG 28BS in Hawaii Mar 1942; transferred to 43BG Melbourne 
					(date unknown); damaged at Rabual Aug 7, 1942.  Lost Nov 22, 1942, 60 miles off coast of Lae, PNG whilst 
					attacking Japanese destroyers. Burst into flames and crashed into sea
				2537 delivered to Wright Field Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Midland Jan 5, 1943; transferred to Wright Jan 21, 1943; 
					transferred to Biggs Mar 10, 1943; transferred to Oklahoma City Apr 23, 1943; transferred to Wright 
					Apr 29, 1943. Reclaimed for scrap Mar 20, 1946.
				2538 delivered to Geiger Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Tucson Feb 7, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 1, 1942; 
					transferred to Salt Lake City Jun 1, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 10, 1942; transferred to Westover 
					Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 12, 1942; transferred to Memphis Sep 6, 1942; transferred to 
					Pyote Jan 14, 1943; transferred to Barksdale Feb 27, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap
					 t Albuquerque Jul 14, 1945.
				2539 delivered to Wright Field Jan 26, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 12, 1942; transferred to Wright Jul 17, 1942; 
					transferred to Boling Dec 10, 1942; transferred to Wright Mar 26, 1943 participated in mid-air refueling 
					test at Elgin Apr 24, 1943; transferred to Tinker May 13, 1943., transferred to RFC and sold for scrap 
					at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945.
				2540 caught fire and belly-landed in pasture near Clearview Airport, TX Apr 29, 1943.  None of the
					22 people on board were seriously injured.  Plane was on a war bond tour, although
					it was not a combat veteran.  Airframe was transported to Love Field, broken down 
					for spares and SOC May 8, 1943.
				2541 Delivered to Geiger Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Tucson Feb 7, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 4, 1942; transferred 
					to Westover May 23, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 10, 1942; transferred to Biggs Aug 29, 1942; transferred 
					to Alamogordo Oct 2, 1942; crashed and burned Oct 6, 1942.  Salvaged
				2542 delivered to Geiger Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Tucson Feb 10, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 4, 1942; transferred to 
					Wendover Jun 10, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Sep 16, 1942;transferred to McCord Nov 20, 1942; 
					transferred to Oklahoma City Dec 2, 1942; transferrred to Hill Jan 3, 1943; transferred to Napier 
					Mar 3, 1943; transferrred to Hendricks Mar 13, 1943.  WO Jul 5, 1944.
				2543 delivered to Tucson Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Geig Feb 12, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 9, 1942; 
					transferred to Dover May 12, 1942; transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 22, 1942; 
					transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 20, 1942; transferred to Topeka 
					Oct 28, 1942, transferred to Sioux Falls Nov 21, 1942, transferred Smyrna Feb 28, 1943.  W/o Nov 18, 1943.
				2544 delivered to McDill Feb 13, 1942; assigned to 6AF Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Guatamala Apr 15, 1942; 
					transferred to SAAD Jul 3, 1942; transferred to San Antonio Nov 8, 1942; transferred to Guatamala 
					Dec 1, 1943; RETUS at Tinker Jul 8, 1944; transferred to FC and sold for scrap 
					at Walnut Ridge Sep 14, 1945.
				2545 delivered Tucson Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Geiger Feb 12, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne Apr 12, 1942; 
					transferred to Wendover May 8, 1942;transferred to Ogden Aug 10, 1942; transferred to Pocatello 
					Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Boise Dec 20, 1942; transferred to Locburn Feb 21, 1943; wrecked in a taxi 
					accident with a truck at McDill Sep 17, 1943 when the brakes failed; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap 
					at Walnut Ridge Dec 12, 1945.
				2546 (339th BS/96th BG) crew bailed out near Randolph, UT Nov 29, 1942 due to engine problems.
				2547 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to 34BG at Tucson May 4, 1942; transferred to Rapid City 
					Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Jan 14, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Apr 9, 1943. transferred to 
					RFC and sold for scrap at Albuquerque Jul 17, 1945.
				2548 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City 
					Jun 24, 1942; transferred to Biggs Oct 20, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 28, 1943. Reclaimed as 
					scrap Oct 19, 1945.
				2549 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 15, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne 
					Apr 5, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 9, 1942; transferred to Ogden Jul 10, 1942; transferred to 
					Alamogordo Aug 20, 1942; transferred to Biggs Nov 5, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Apr 3, 1943. 
					WO Sep 1, 1944.
				2550 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 25, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo 
					Jun 19, 1942; transferred to St. Joseph Dec 21, 1942; transferred to Shville May 1, 1943; transferred 
					to Presque Is Jul 1, 1943; transferred to Flushing Dec 20, 1943; to RFC and sold for scrap at Bush Field 
					Jun 6, 1945.
				2551 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Mar 20, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 19, 1942; 
					transferred to Alamogordo Jun 19, 1942. W/o at Alamogordo Prov. Air Base, NM Jul 21, 1942. experienced 
					taxi accidents at Hill Feb 23, 1942 and Gowen Feb 26, 1942.
				2552 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 18, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 3, 1942; 
					transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Bowman, KY Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Boise 
					Aug 20, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Mar 22, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Aug 20, 1945.
				2553 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Mar 30, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 6, 1942; 
					transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to 
					Wendover Jul 21, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Sebring Sep 12, 1942; 
					transferred to Hillsboro Jun 23, 1943; transferred to Sebring Jul 4, 1943; transferred to RFC and
					sold for scrap) at Albuquerque Jun 28, 1945.
				2554 delivered to Pandleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City Mar 27, 1942; transferred to Wendover 
					Apr 8, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1942; transferred to Wendover May 28, 1942; transferred to 
					Ogden Jul 28, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 1, 1942, transferred to Biggs Aug 19, 1942; transferred to
					Boise Sep 14, 1942; transferred Gowen Jan 31, 1943; transferred to Hendricks Aug 11, 1943.  W/o Jul 11, 1944.
				2555 Delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 23, 1942; transferred to Geiger May 30, 1942; 
					crashed on take-off Aug 20, 1942. Salvaged.
				2556 (330th BG) crashed on takeoff at Alamogordo, NM Aug 10, 1942
				2557 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Geiger Apr 1942; transferred to Tucson May 26, 1942; transferred 
					to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to Geiger Sep 1, 1942; transferred to 
					Boise Oct 8, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 11, 1943; To RFC and sold for scrap. 
					at Altus Sep 14, 1945.
				2558 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942, transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1942; transferred to Wright Jun 15, 1942; 
					transferred to Blythe Jul 2, 1942; transferred Geiger Sep 1, 1942; transferred to Topeka Sep 28, 1942; 
					transferred to Oklahoma City Nov 27, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Mar 30, 1943; crashed Jun 22, 1943. Salvaged.
				2559 delivered Pendleton Feb 5, 1942, crashed south of field on Mar 16, 1942 
				2560 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferrred to Boise 9-Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City Jun 23, 1942; 
					transferred to Biggs Sep 13, 1942; transferred to Lockburn May 1, 1943; to RFC and sold for scrap) at Altus 
					Sep 4, 1945.
				2561 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; crashed south of Gowen Field Mar 16, 1942. Salvaged.
				2562 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; crashed 15 miles NW of field Mar 26, 1942. Salvaged.
				2563 delivered to Pendleton Feb 6, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 19, 1942; transferred to Ogden Sep 3, 1942; 
					transferred to Oklahoma City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jan 5, 1943; transferred to 
					Lockburn Apr 9, 1943.  W/O Mar 11, 1944 at Lockbourne AAB, OH
				2564 delivered to Pendleton Feb 6, 1942; transferred to Chyenne May 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 18, 1942; 
					assigned to 305BG at Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Sep 6, 1942; transferred to Rapid City 
					Oct 1, 1942; transferred to Topeka Nov 18, 1942; transferred to Hendricks May 15, 1943; transferred to 
					Relclaimation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Alubuquerque Aug 8, 1945.
				2565 delivered to 34BG Pendleton, OR Feb 6, 1942; crashed SW of field at Meacham Apr 3, 1942, 6 dead including pilot.  Salvaged
				2566 delivered to McDill Feb 6, 1942, crashed 6 miles W of Orlando AB, FL after collision with a P-40, Apr 20, 1942, all killed. 
					Salvaged.
				2567 delivered to Pendleton Feb 6, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne Apr 9, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 12, 1942; 
					transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to St. Joseph 
					Aug 9, 1942; transferred to AD Sep 8, 1942; transferred to St. Joseph Oct 1, 1942; transferred to 
					Gore Field Aug 17, 1943; Relclamation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Stillwater Aug 25, 1945.
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				2568 delivered to Barksdale Feb 9, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; transferred to Boise 
					Jun 21, 1942; transferred to McCord Jul 20, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 12, 1942; transferred to 
					Oklahoma City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 11, 1943; transferred to Tinker Jan 31, 1943; 
					transferred to Lockburn mar 30, 1943; To Relclaimation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Albuquerque 
					Jul 12, 1945.
				2569 (40th BG, 395th BS) damaged in landing accident at Rio Hato, Panama Apr 10, 1943
				2570 delivered to McDill Feb 11, 1942; transferred to 97BG at Sarasota Mar 29,1942; transferred to McDill Apr 29, 1942; 
					transferred to Sarasota Jun 23, 1942; transferred to Bangor Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 17, 1942; 
					transferred to Westover Aug 3, 1942; transferred to Sebring Dec 28, 1942; Relclaimation Finance Center 
					(RFC-sold for scrap) at Albuquerque Aug 9, 1945.
				2571 delivered to McDill Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Chetenne May 13, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 20, 1942; 
					transferred to Westover Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 14, 1942; transferred to Ogden 
					Aug 4, 1942; transferred to Rapid City Oct 17, 1942; transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1942; transferred to 
					Oklahoma City Dec 6, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 7, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Mar 31, 1943; transferred 
					to Columbus Apr 27, 1943.  W/o May 21, 1945.
				2572 delivered to McDill Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 25, 1942; transferred to Westover Jun 28, 1942; 
					assigned to 306BG 369BS at Wendover Jul 14, 1942; transferred to Wesotover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to 
					Sebring Sep 24, 1942; transferred to Bolling Jan 12, 1943; transferred to Hendircks Apr 29, 1943; 
					reclaimed for scrap 29-Jan 29, 1946.
 				2573 delivered to Barksdale Feb 7, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 1, 1942; transferred to Orlando Jun 22, 1942; 
					transferred to Wendover Aug 6, 1942; transferred to Boise Dec 31, 1942; transferred to Hendricks 
					Mar 25, 1943.  Relclaimation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945.
				2574 in midair collision and crashed near Arcadia, FL Jun 21, 1945
				2575 delivered to McDill Feb 14, 1942; crashlanding Apr 20, 1942. Salvaged
				2576 delivered Barksdale Feb 8, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 10, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Jul 30, 1942; 
					transferred to Rapid City Oct 1, 1942; transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Topeka Dec 12, 1942; 
					transferred to Wendover Jan 6, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Mar 30, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap
					at Altus Aug 18, 1945.
				2577 delivered to Barksdale Feb 9, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 10, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla 
					Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Pendleton Aug 11, 1942; transferrred to Boise Oct 26, 1942; transferred 
					to Topeka Jan 1, 1943; Assigned to 384BG at Wendover Jan 2, 1943; to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus 
					Oct 9, 1945.
				2578 (340th BS, 97nd BG, *Butcher Shop*) participated in first 8th AF heavy bomber mission to the Rouen/Sotteville 
					marshalling yards on Aug 17, 1942.  Flown by Maj Paul Tibbetts, the same airman who flew the 
					"Enola Gay" and dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan Aug 6, 1945.  The 97th BG records indicate that Col 
					Frank A. Armstrong was listed as the pilot, but Tibbetts maintains that he was at the controls during the raid. 
					The aircraft was transferred to 92nd BG, 326th BS at Bovington Aug 25, 1942; transferred to 457th BG at 
					Glatton Mar 3, 1944; transferred to 20th FG, 77th FS at Kings Cliffe in summer 1944 and became a hack for 
					Col. Wilson, renamed "The Big Tin Bird".  Salvaged in UK Aug 6, 1945.
					Led the first B-17 raid in the European Theatre Aug 17, 1942.
				2579 delivered to Barksdale Feb 8, 1942; transferred to McDill Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 18, 1942; transferred 
					to March Nov 15, 1942; transferred to Tinker Feb 4, 1943; transferred to Gowen Feb 24, 1943; transferred to 
					Lockburn Mar 21, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
				2580 delivered to McDill Feb 14, 1942; assigned to 97BG Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Bangor Jun 26, 1942; 
					transferred to Muroc Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Sep 5, 1942; assigned to 96th BG at Pocatello 
					Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 15, 1943; transferred to Hill Mar 20, 1943; transferred to Lockburn 
					Jun 23, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
				2581 to RCAF as 9207.  Delivered to RCAF Feb 2, 1944. Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, 
					for mail flights to Europe and North Africa.  Crashed at Prestwick Apr 2, 1944.  Seen to climb steeply and stall and spin 
					under full power, shortly after take-off from Prestwick for Canada. Destroyed by post impact fire.
				2582 delivered to Pendleton Feb 18, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 12, 1942; transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; 
					transferred to Alamogordo Aug 16, 1942; transferred to Boise Nov 13, 1942; transferred to Hendricks 
					Apr 3, 1943; transferred to Yuma Oct 18, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
				2583 delivered to McDill Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 8, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; 
					transferred to Ogden Jul 17, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 17, 1943; transferred to Locburn Apr 1, 1943; 
					transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Sep 12, 1945.
				2584 delivered to Barksdale Feb 20, 1942; transferred to McDill Mar 13, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 21, 1942; 
					transferred to Boise Jun 27, 1942; collided with another B-17 in a taxi accident at Gowen Field, ID Sep 26, 1942. Salvaged.
				2585 delivered to Barkdale Feb 21, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 15, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; 
					transferred to Eglin Aug 10, 1942; transferred to Oklahom City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 5, 1943; 
					transferred to Lockburn Mar 11, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at 
					Altus Sep 6, 1945.
				2586 collided with 41-9094 and crashed into a mountain in the Aleutians Jan 21, 1943
				2587 delivered Barksdale Feb 22, 1942, to McDill Mar 1,1 942, to Sarasota with 97th BG Mar 29, 1942, to 
					McDill Apr 18, 1942, to Cheyenne May 21, 1942.  Force landed at Orlando Jun 11, 1942.  To
					Walla Walla Aug 7, 1942.  Force landing at Pendleton, Oregon Aug 17, 1942.  To Rapid City Oct 1, 1942,
					to Pocatello with 96th BG Nov 4, 1942, to Hendricks Mar 24, 1943.  Crashed Dec 27, 1943 1/2 mi N of 
					Hendricks AAB, FL.  All 6 onboard killed.
				2588 delivered to McDill Feb 28, 1942; assigned to 97BG 340BS at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; crashlanding at 
					Presque Isle Jun 28, 1942. Salvaged - parts used on B-17 41-9022.
				2589 delivered to Barksdale Feb 21, 1942; transferred to McDill Mar 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; 
					transferred to Yuma Oct 18, 1942; crashlanded at Gowen when undercarriage collapsed Nov 20, 1942, repaired; 
					transferred to Hendricks Mar 31, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Albuquerque Jun 10, 1945.
				2590 delivered to McDill Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Jun 26, 1942; 
					transferred to Eglin Aug 3, 1942; transferred to Wright Sep 25, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Apr 22, 1943; 
					transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 18, 1945.
				2591 delivered to Pendleton Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 12, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 19, 1942; 
					transferred to Biggs Nov 7, 1942; transferred to Boise Jan 9, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Feb 24, 1943; 
					transferred to Atlanta Aug 11, 1943; transferred to RFC sold for scrap) at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
				2592 delivered to Pendleton Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 6, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo 
					Jun 19, 1942; transferred to Eglin Aug 18, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 11, 1943; crashed and then 
					WO Feb 22, 1943.
				2593 delivered McDill Feb 24, 1942,  Assigned to 91st BG at Walla Walla Kim 21. 1942.  Converted Jun 1942 to XC-108, special 
					transport for General MacArthur.  Carried the name *Bataan*. All armament except nose
					and tail guns deleted, extra windows were fitted, and the interior was fitted out as a flying office.  Later
					used by Gen. Eichelberger as "Miss EM".  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.
				2594 deliverd to McDill Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; assigned to 91BG at Walla Walla Jun 21, 1946; 
					transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1943; assigned to 19BG at Pyote Jan 11, 1943; assigned to 1497 AF Group at 
					Lockburn Feb 25, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap) at Walnut Ridge Nov 13, 1945
				2595 delivered to McDill Feb 28, 1942, to 97th BG at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942, to Ogden Jul 7, 1942.  To 383rd BG
					at Ainsworth Mar 19, 1943.  To Wright Patterson Field Aug 17, 1943.  In 1944 converted to XC-108A, experimental cargo transport.  
					Bomb doors were sealed shut, armament was removed, solid hinged nose piece, and large cargo door 
					cut into rear fuselage. Used to fly materials over the Hump and returned to USA Oct 1944.  Ended up 
					in pieces on the dump at Dow Field in Maine.  Sold for scrap Dec 26, 1945 but 
					remained substantially intact.  Purchased by Mike Kellner 1985.   This airframe is in storage in
				 	pieces at Galt, Illinois awaiting restoration.  Now at Morengo, Illionis being slowly restored back to B-17E
					standard.  The name "Desert Rat" was found during paint stripping and will be used for the restored aircraft.
				2596 delivered to McDill Feb 24, 1942; assigned to 97BG at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Westover 
					Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 20, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 20, 1942; assigned to 
					F Squadron at Hendricks Feb 19, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap) at 
					Albuquerque May 26, 1945.
				2597 delivered to McDill Feb 20, 1942, missing with crew May 6, 1942, believed to have crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.
				2598 delivered to Barksdale Feb 24, 1942; assigned to 97BG at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla 
					Jun 28, 1942, crashed and burned at the base Jul 15, 1942. Salvaged.
				2599 ("Tugboat Annie") deliverd to Lowry Feb 26, 1942; transferred to Hamilton Jun 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG/96BS 
					at Hickam, Hawaii Aug 1942; transferred to 43BG/65BS, ditched at sea Jan 16, 1943. took part in the Battle 
					of Midway.
				2601 delivered to Tucson Feb 24, 1942; transferred to west Palm Beach Apr 29, 1942; transferred to 29BG at Boise 
					Sep 22, 1942, damaged in a ground collision with another B-17 Jun 19, 1942, repaired; transferred to 
					Hendircks Mar 23, 1943.  WO Nov 21, 1944.
				2602 delivered to Tucson Feb 25, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 29, 1942; assigned to 12AF at St. Donat, Algeria 
					Apr 29, 1943; RETUS to Memphis Apr 10, 1944; transferred to Morrision Jul 8, 1944; transferred to 
					RFC and sold for scrap at Bush Field Jun 2, 1945.
				2603 converted to TB-17E.  Del Tucson 26/2/42; Muroc 5/7/42; Eglin 18/8/42; ass 411BS/29BG Gowen 25/6/42;
					Geiger 2/9/42; Boise 1/12/42; w/Chris Honaker in slight mid air collision w/41-9181 over Gowen 15/1/43;
					repaired, . to Lockbourn 21/4/43; forced landing atLockbourne AAB, OH  Jan 23, 1945;  To  RFC Altus 9/10/45
				2604 (306th BG) crashed 10 mi SSE of Wendover Field, UT Jul 8, 1942.  All aboard killed.
				2605 delivered to McDill Feb 28, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 21, 1942; transferred to Edgewood Oct 18, 1942; 
					transferred to Wendover Feb 4, 1943; transferred to Hendricks Mar 31, 1943.  WO Jul 5, 1944.
				2607 delivered to Mcdill Feb 26, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 1, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 23, 1942; 
					transferred to Wendover Jul 15, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942.  WO Mar 26, 1943.
				2608 to RAF as FK195.  Soc Apr 27, 1944.
				2609 delivered to Lowry May 8, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne Mar 25, 1942; transferred to Wayne, Colorado Apr 14, 1942; 
					transferred to RCAF at Dorval Apr 20, 1942 then sent to Great Britain.
				2610 delivered to Ogden Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF as KH998 but sent to Cheyenne instead Mar 27, 1942; 
					assigned to 7AF at Hickham, Hawaii May 22, 1942.  WO Jun 15, 1944.
				2611 was at Midway Island before the battle
				2612 delivered to Odgen Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF but sent to Lowry instead May 4, 1942; assigned to 
					7AF at Hickham, Hawaii May 26, 1942.  WO Jun 15, 1944.
				2613 delivered to Ogden Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF but sent to Cheyenne instead May 29, 1942; assigned 
					to 7AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 3, 1942.  WO Oct 31, 1944.
				2614 to RAF as FK199. SOC Jun 14, 1945.
				2615 to RAF as FK192.  SOC Sep 18, 1945.
				2616 ("The Blue Goose") delivered to Ogden Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF but assigned instead to 11BG/96BS at Hickam, 
					Hawaii May 24, 1942; hit by flak over Guadalcanal Sep 29, 1942. Aircraft was painted blue all over.
				2617 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 13, 1942; crashed on takeoff at 
					Port Moresby Aug 7, 1942.  WO Oct 31, 1944.
				2618 to RAF as FK201.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Aldergrove,
					Northern Ireland Jun 22, 1945.  SOC.
				2619 to RAF as FK200.  SOC Apr 25, 1945.
				2620 to RAF as FK194.  SOC Jul 28, 1945.
				2621 "Daylight Limited" 28th BS crashlanded at Mareeba, North Queensland Aug 26, 1942.
				2622 to RAF as FK198.  Struck on ground by another Fortress Apr 9, 1944. SOC.
				2623 to RAF as FK196.  SOC Oct 30, 1945.
				2624 delivered to Ogden Mar 1, 1942, originally slated for RAF but transferred to Cheyenne instead Mar 27, 1942; transferred 
					to Lowry May 13, 1942; crashed 10 miles north of Wendover May 15, 1942 because pilot lost control in a 
					snowstorm, the crew all baled out and were found, but pilot was never found.
				2625 to RAF as FK197.  SOC Oct 30, 1945.
				2626 (92nd BG) crashed during attempted forced landing at Gatwick, England Oct 9, 1942.
				2627 scrapped Oct 1944
				2628 delivered to McDill Mar 1, 1942; damaged in a taxi accident with another aircraft Apr 19, 1942, repaired and assigned 
					to 97BG/341BS at Polebrook in Apr 1942; transferred to 92BG at Bovington Aug 1942; transferred to the Combat 
					Crew Replacement Center at Bovington Jan 1943; RETUS to 4104 BU at Rome, NY Aug 25, 1944. Reclaimed for 
					scrap Aug 14, 1945.
				2629 delivered to McDill Mar 7, 1942, Assigned to 97BG/340BS at Polebrook, UK late Mar 1942; transferr to 100BG at 
					Thorpe Abbotts, UK, early 1943; transferred to 92BG Bovington, UK late 1943; RETUS to 121 BU Bradley 
					Jul 5, 1945; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Aug 6, 1945.
				2630 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1943; transferred to Sacramento Apr 11, 1942; assigned to 7AF at Hickham, 
					Hawaii Apr 16, 1942; transferred to Nandi, Fiji Islands Dec 27, 1942; transferred to RFC and sold for 
					scrap at Altus Sep 10, 1945.
				2631 crash landing Charters Towers, North Queensland, Australia May 7, 1942.
				2632 was at Midway Island before the battle.
				2633 damaged in storm Apr 1945.  Flown to Brisbane for scrapping May 1945.
				2634 ("Tojo's Physic" cf. 41-2640) delivered to Lowry Mar 3, 1942, Assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii 
					May 18, 1942. With 43rd BG  65th  BS  "Red Moose Express", destroyed in  crash 3 Aug 1943, New Guinea; 
					Entire crew KIA.  W/o Aug 5, 1943.
				2635 (19th BG) lost on ops to Buil-Baisi, PNG Nov 1, 1942.
				2636 crashed into sea near Horn Island, North Queensland, Australia Jul 13, 1942.
				2637 delivered to Lowry Mar 3, 1943; transferred to Boise Apr 4, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 18, 1942; 
					transferred to 43BG (date not recorded); RETUS to Tyndall Nov 6, 1943; RFC-sold for scrap at Albuquerque 
					Jun 25, 1945.
				2638 returned to USA 1943.  Salvaged in 1946?
				2639 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1943; transferred to Boise Apr 4, 1942; assigned to 19G at Hickam, Hawaii 
					May 27, 1942; WO Jan 19, 1943.
				2640 ("Tojo's Physic" cf. 41-2634) delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942; assigned to 19BG/92BS at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 22, 1942; 
					sustained a ground collision at Horn Island, Australia Jul 13, 1942, repaired; Hit by an aircraft while on 
					the ground sheering off the nose Jul 27, 1943. Salvaged for parts.
				2641 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 1, 1942. WO Aug 1, 1942.
				2642 delivered to Lowry Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Boise Apr 1, 1942, Assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii 
					Apr 22, 1942; transferred to 5AF (date an location not recorded); RETUS to Maxwell Jun 10, 1944; transfererd 
					to Bolling Jun 16, 1944; transferred to Hendricks Jul 5, 1944; to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge 
					Oct 13, 1945.
				2643 crashed Aug 9, 1942 Rohndales Plantation, Mokurapau New Britain
				2644 deliverd to Lowry Mar 7, 1942; transferred to Boise Apr 1942; assigned to 19BG/30BS at Hickam, Hawaii 
					Apr 22, 1942; damaged at Rabual Aug 7, 1942, repaired; RETUS Aug 13, 1944; WO Oct 19, 1944.
				2645 assigned to 19th BG.  Condemned Jun 12, 1942.
				2646 delivered to Lowry Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Strategic Arms Depot (location not recorded) Mar 25, 1942; 
					WO Apr 4, 1942.
				2647 delivered to Wright Jun 1, 1942; transferred to Newark Apr 15, 1943; transferred to Wright Apr 22, 1943; 
					transferred to ASF Phillips, Maryland Apr 22, 1946.
				2648 delivered Lowry Mar 5, 1942, Assigned to 19th BG in Hawaii May 23, 942.  Participated in Battle of
					Midway.  Transferred to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					Feb 15, 1943 for unspecified trials.  Returned to USAAF Mar 9, 1943.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 8, 1946.
				2649 delivered to Lowry Mar 4, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 13, 1942; transferred to 43BG 
					May 22, 1942; transferred to Brookley May 17, 1943; transferred to 15AF Amendola, Italy Jan 20, 1945; 
					Salvaged in North Africa Aug 23, 1945.
				2650 (19th BG) crew bailed out Sep 18, 1942 near Mappoon Mission, Cape York.  1 MIA.
				2651 delivered Lowry Mar 5, 1942; crashed on takeoff at Boise Sep 13, 1942, repaired; transferred to Biggs Nov 3, 1942; 
					transferred to Wendover Dec 9, 1942; transferred to 2137 BU at Hendricks May 23, 1943. WO Jul 5, 1944.
				2652 crashed Mt. Fox W of Palumba, North Queensland May 7, 1942.
				2653 (43rd BG, 64th BS) damaged in takeoff accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby Jun 1, 1943
				2654 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942, crashed at Hamilton Mar 24, 1942. Salvaged. Was shown in a TV documentary on Midway
				2655 ditched Horn Island North Queensland Jul 13, 1942.
				2656 'Chief Seattle' MIA Buna, PNG Aug 14, 1942.
				2657 ("Old Faithful") delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942; assigned to 19B at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 7, 1942; transferred 
					to 43BG/20BS May 22, 1942; Salvaged Jun 21, 1945.
				2658 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 9, 1942. WO Jun 15, 1944
				2659 (19th BS, 195h BG, *Frank Buck*) scrapped at Mareeba Queensland Jul 27, 1943.
				2660 shot down near Rabaul, New Britain Aug 9, 1942.
				2661 (5th BG, 31st BS) crashlanded on island of Lanai T.H. Jun 5, 1942 while
					returning from Midway.  Repaired and later assigned to 11th BG.
				2662 damaged during mission to Ragbaul and landed at Batumata Point, later
					salvaged and transferred to 54th Troop Carrier Wing as armed transport.
				2663 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 5, 1942; crashed south of Buna 
					Sep 14, 1942. WO Oct 31, 1944.
				2664 (43rd BG, 64th BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby Jun 14, 1943
				2665 ("Lulu) delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG/93BS at Hickam, Hawaii; transferred to 63R Clark Field, 
					Philippines late 1942. 
				2666 delivered Minneapolis Mar 7, 1943, assigned 435th BS, 19th BG Hawaii May 14, 1942, transferred to 65 BS, 43rd BG.
					(43rd BG, 65th BS, *Lucy*) flown on mission which earned Jay Zeamer and 
					Joseph Sarnoski the Medal of Honor Jun 16, 1943, Bougainville, in which they fought off 17 enemy fighters.
					After repair transferred to 8th PRS.  Returned to USA and assigned to 4134 BU Spokane Mar 22, 1944, to 423 BU Walla Walla 
					Jul 29, 1944.  To RFC at Albuquerqque Aug 9, 1945 and scrapped.
				2667 delivered Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942, assigned to 425th BS, 19th BG Hawaii May 6, 1942.  Transferred to 5th AF May 22, 1942
					but crashed at Whenuapai, New Zealand during takeoff Jun 9, 1942.  11 killed.  W/o Oct 31, 1944.  There is a
					memorial plaque at the base. 
				2668 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 9, 1942, assigned to 19BG Hawaii May 5, 1942; RETUS to 3137 BU Hericks 
					Oct 21, 1943. WO Jul 13, 1944. Reclaimed for scrap Mar 20, 1946.
				2669 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 11, 1942; assigned to 19BG Hickam, Hawaii May 4, 1942; RETS to Pocatello Nov 28, 1942; 
					transferred to Oklahoma City Dec 12, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 19, 1943; transferred to Locknurn 
					Feb 26, 1943; trsferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
41-2670			Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning
				Model 20-86.  First flight Jun 6, 1944.  Delivered to Wright Field Oct 22, 1944.  Transformed into ground
					instruction aircraft
41-2671/3669		Douglas A-20B-DL Havoc
				MSN 5001/5999
				2671 (MSN 5001) w/o Jan 15, 1943 at Fort Myers, FL
				2672 (MSN 5002) w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
				2674 (MSN 5004) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2675 (MSN 5005) w/o Sep 4, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2676/2710 (MSN 5006/5040) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2706 (MSN 5036) did not go to USSR, w/o Dec 10, 1943 at Deversoir
					2707 (MSN 5037) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 31, 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
				2711 (MSN 504) w/o Niov 23, 1943 at Kano Airport, Nigeria.
				2712/2770 (MSN 5042/5100) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2732 (MSN 5062) did not go to USSR, w/o Nov 21, 1942 at Atkinson Field, British Guiana
				2771/2778 to US Navy as BD-2 BuNo 7035/7042
				2779/2800 (MSN 5109/5130) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2780 (MSN 5110) did not go to USSR, w/o May 22, 1943 at Atlanta AAB, GA
					2794 (MSN 5124) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 3, 1943 at Agarau, Brazil
				2802/2858 (MSN 5132/5188) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2860/2894 (MSN 5190/5224) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2895 (MSN 5225) w/o Jul 13, 1943 at Rosecrans Field, MO
				2896/2926 (MSN 5226/5256) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2910 (MSN 5240) did not go to USSR, w/o Jun 13, 1943 at Long Beach AAF, CA
				2928/2942 (MSN 5258/5272) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2931 (MSN 5261) did not go to USSR, w/o in Caribbean Sea off Acklins Island Feb 22, 1943.
					2937 shot down by Haupt. Helmut Lipfert Jan 8, 1945 near Stuhlweissenburg.  4 killed.
				2943 (MSN 5273) w/o Nov 7, 1943 at Wadi Seidna, Sudan/Egypt
				2944/2946 (MSN 5274/5276) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2948/2951 (MSN 5278/5281) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2952 (MSN 5282) w/o Dec 17, 1943 at Columbia, SC
				2953 (MSN 5283) w/o Jun 8, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
				2954/2960 (MSN 5284/5290) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2961 (MSN 5291) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Greensboro High Point Apt, NC
				2962 (MSN 5292) w/o Apr 13, 1944 at Florence AAF, SC
				2963 (MSN 5293) w/o May 31, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2964 (MSN 5294) w/o May 4, 1944 at Dugway Proving Ground, UT
				2967 (MSN 5297) w/o Jan 17, 1944 at Laurel AAF, MS
				2969 (MSN 5299) w/o Jul 4, 1943 at Lake Charles AAF, LA
				2970 (MSN 5300) w/o Dec 30, 1943 at Montbrook AAF, FL
				2971 (MSN 5301) w/o Nov 28, 1942 at Woodville, MS
				2972 (MSN 5302) w/o Sep 6, 1942 at Hattiesburg, MS
				2973 (MSN 5303) w/o May 31, 1943 at Starke, FL
				2975 (MSN 5305) w/o Dec 2, 1942 at Robins Field, GA
				2976 (MSN 5306) w/o Sep 13, 1943 at Harding Field, LA
				2977 (MSN 5307) w/o Aug 29, 1942 at Morris Field, NC
				2980 (MSN 5310) w/o Sep 26, 1942 at Burlington, NC
				2981 (MSN 5311) w/o Oct 26, 19042 at Myrtle Beach, SC
				2982 (MSN 5312) w/o Sep 5, 1942 at New Augusta, MS
				2983 (MSN 5313) w/o Apr 9, 1943 at Northern Field, TN
				2985 (MSN 5315) w/o Feb 3, 1944 at Apex, NC
				2986 (MSN 5316) w/o Dec 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
				2989 (MSN 5319) w/o w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Brookley Field, AL
				2991 (MSN 5321) w/o Feb 1, 1945 at Augusta, GA
				2992 (MSN 5322) w/o Oct 10, 1943 at Fenton, LA
				2994 (MSN 5324) w/o Nov 6, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
				2997 (MSN 5327) w/o Apr 25, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2999 (47th BG) crashed at Hooton Park, England Nov 16, 1942
				3004 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Dec 2, 1942 NATKITC?  MACR 1188
					At one time it was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
					at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
				3011 at one time was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
					at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
				3013 (MSN 5343) w/o Apr 25, 1943 in Greenland
				3015 (MSN 5345) Lend Lease to USSR
				3017/3030 (MSN 5347/5360) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3021 (MSN 5351) did not go to USSR, w/o Aug 10, 1942 at Abilene, TX
				3032/3040 (MSN 5362)
				3041 at one time was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
					at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
				3042/3059 (MSN 5372/5389) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3048 (MSN 5378) did not go to USSR, w/o Oct 7, 1943 at Linton, TN
				3060 (MSN 5390) w/o Aug 30, 1942 at Shelby, MT 
				3061/3125 (MSN 5391/5455) Lend-Lease to USSR 
				3131 (MSN 5461) w/o Jun 2, 1944 at Telergma, Algeria
				3132 (379th BG) lost Apr 23, 1944, Atlantic
				3140 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Feb 22, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14558
				3141 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Feb 22, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14559
				3153 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Jan 4, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14567
				3160 (MSN 5490) w/o May 2, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3161 (MSN 5491) w/o Mar 20, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3166 (47th BG) lost Jul 27, 1944.  MACR 7463
				3167 (47th BG) overshot landing and crashed at Horham, England
					Oct 22, 1942.
				3176 (47th BG) lost Mar 15, 1944.  MACR 3470
				3185/3237 (MSN 5515/5567) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3242 (MSN 5572) w/o Sep 7, 1944 at La Jasse, France
				3246 (MSN 5576) w/o Aug 15, 1944 at Poretta, Corsica, France
				3247 (MSN 5577) w/o Apr 20, 1944 at Capodichino, Italy
				3250 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA in Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943.  1 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 103B. 
				3252 (47th BG, 85th BS) shot down by Oblt. Heinz-Edgar Barres in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/1. 1 mi NE of 
					Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943. 3 KIA.  MACR 52. 
				3253 (??/12AF) MIA 4/17/45 Mediterranean.  MACR 13809
				3256 (MSN 5586) w/o Jan 3, 1943 at Duncan Field, TX
				3260 (MSN 5590) w/o Mayu 13, 1943 at Atar, Mauretania
				3261 (MSN 5591) w/o Dec 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
				3267 (47th BG) lost Jan 29, 1945.  MACR 11825
				3274/3313 (MSN 5604/5643) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3295 (6th Ferrying Group) crashed 10 mi from Palm Springs, CA Oct 8, 1942.
						Pilot was Capt Don E. Brown, son of comedian Joe E. Brown.
				3315/3325 (MSN 5645/5655) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3327/3330 (MSN 5657/5660) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3333 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA 3 mi NW of Carpinone, Italy Nov 1, 1943.  MACR 1122.
					2 KIA, 1 returned.
				3343 (MSN 5673) w/o Mar 13, 1944 at Benevento, Italy
				3348 (47th BG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1798
				3349 (MSN 5679) w/o Apr 29, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3350 (47th BG) lost Dec 15, 1943.  MACR 1526
				3358 (MSN 5688) w/o Jun 8, 1943 at Harding Field, LA
				3361 (MSN 5691) lost on Jan 20, 1943 during ferry flight from British Guiana to Brazil
				3362 (MSN 5692) w/o Man 8, 1943 at Harding Field, LA 
				3364 (47th BG) lost Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2816
				3365 (MSN 5695) w/o May 20, 1945 at Bar-Le-Duc, France
				3366 (47th BG, 85th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near
					Vallerotonda, Italy Dec 17, 1943.  MACR 1595.  1 KIA 2 POW
				3370 (67th RG, 135rd LS) bellylanded at Keevil, UK Jul 29, 1943.
				3371 (MSN 5701) w/o Oct 13, 1944 at Warton, UK
				3372 (MSN 5702) w/o Feb 18, 1944 at Wethersfield, UK
				3374 (47th BG) lost Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 8257
				3380 (MSN 5710) w/o Oct 16, 1944 at Southend, UK
				3385 (27th ATG) destroyed by fire on the ground at Warton, UK Jun 20, 1943.
				3386 (53rd BG) lost Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10711
				3387 (MSN 5717) w/o Sep 10, 1943 at Hitcham, UK
				3389 (MSN 5719) w/o Aug 20, 1943 at Dinder, UK
				3390 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA at Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 6, 1943.  4 KIA.  MACR 75.  
				3391 (MSN 5721) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Woodward, OK
				3392 (MSN 5722) w/o Dec 10, 1942 at Wicihta, KS
				3396 (MSN 5726) w/o Feb 23, 1943 at Key Field, MS
				3398 (MSN 5728) w/o Feb 9 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
				3400 (MSN 5730) w/o May 15, 1943 at Keevil, UK
				3404 (47th BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3645
				3407 (MSN 5737) w/o Jul 1, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				3409 (47th BG, 84th BS) shot down by AAA NW of Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  2 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 54.
				3410 (MSN 5740) w/o Aug 13, 1944 at Bari, Italy 
				3412 (MSN 5742) w/o Jul 7, 1943 at Eglin AAAF #2, FL
				3413 (47th BG) lost Feb 22, 1945 at Grosetto, Italy.  MACR 12568
				3419 (47th BG) lost Mar 2, 1944.  MACR 2828
				3421 (MSN 5751) w/o Aug 1, 1944 at Borgo, Corsica
				3422 (MSN 5752) w/o Feb 18, 1943 at Redoto, Brazil
				3423 crashed on landing at Enid AAF, OK Jan 22, 1943.  Crew of 3 survived.
				3425 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by Fw. Helmut Kühl in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/9. 20 km SW of Sciacca, 
					Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943. 3 KIA. MACR 103A. 
				3426 in training accident Memphis TN Mar 12, 1943.  Three bailed out ok.
				3429 destroyed by fire on ground at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 16, 1943.
				3431 (MSN 5761) w/op Jan 9, 945 at Grosseto, Italy
				3434 (MSN 5764) w/o Mar 18, 1943 at Atar, Mauretania
				3440 (MSN 5770) w/o Feb 19, 1944 at Florence AAF, SC
				3446 (MSN 5776) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Aine Berard, Morocco
				3447 (47th BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3683
				3449 (47th BG, 86th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Belpasso, Sicily, Italy Aug 6, 1943.  MACR 705
				3451 force landed in desert 3/10/1944 SE of Atar, Maurieania
					3/10/1944.  Broke in half.  Crew rescued after seven days by caravan.
				3452 (100th BG, 350th BS) hit by AAA and crashed at Saint-Just-en-Chaussee, France Sep 15, 1943.
					MACR 645.  1 KIA, 2 POW, 7 evaded.
				3453 (MSN 5783) w/o Feb 15, 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
				3455 (MSN 5785) w/o Mar 14, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3464 wrecked in taxiing accident at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 8, 1943
				3466 (MSN 5796) w/o May 19, 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off Haiti
				3467 (MSN 5797) w/o Feb 8, 1944 at Kouba, Algeria
				3468 (47th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944.  MACR 8091
				3469 crashed at Foch Field, Tunisia Aug 8, 1943.
				3471 (MSN 5801) w/o Jan 10, 1945 at Grosseto, Italy
				3472 (MSN 5802) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3474/3477 (MSN 5804/5807) Lend Lease to USSR
				3479 (MSN 5809) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3480 (MSN 5810) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3481 (MSN 5811) w/o Jul 24, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				3484 (MSN 5814) Lend-Lease to USSR.  Shot down by Gefr. Heinrich Heuser in Fw 190A of JG 26/2 and crashlanded near Smolensk,
					Russia Jun 1, 1943.
				3485/3488 (MSN 5815/5818) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3487 (MSN 5817) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 7, 1943 at Wideawake, Ascencion Island
				3489 (47th BG) lost Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6458
				3490 (MSN 5820) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3494/3550 (MSN 5824/5880) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3549 (MSN 5879) did not go to USSR, w/o Apr 6, 1943 in Florida
				3551 (MSN 5881) w/o Jan 2, 1943 at Columbus, OH
				3552 (MSN 5882) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3553 (MSN 5883) w/o Jan 20, 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
				3554/3620 (MSN 5884/5950) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3583 did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 7, 1943 at Lydda, Palestine
				3621 (MSN 5951) crashed in California grepe vine field Feb 25, 1943.
				3622/3630 (MSN 5952/5960) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3632/3638 (MSN 5962/5968) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3639 (MSN 5969) w/o Jul 23, 1943 at Hill Field, UT
				3640/3645 (MSN 5970/5975) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3646 (MSN 5976) crashed at Granite Falls, MT Apr 1, 1943
				3647/3654 (MSN 5977/5984) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3655 (MSN 5985) w/o Aug 26, 1943 at Lowry Field, CO
				3660 (MSN 5990) w/o Apr , 1943 at Grand Cess, Liberia
				3667 (MSN 5997) w/o Jun 2, 1943 t Marbethel Bank, British West Indies
				3669 (MSN 5999) w/o Mar 18, 1943 at Russellville, KY
41-3670/5158		Douglas O-53
				Heavy observation version of A-20B.  Contract cancelled.
41-5159/5183		Curtiss C-46A-CU Commando
				MSN 26361/26385
				5159 (MSN 26361)
				5161 (MSN 26363) damaged Jan 11, 1943 in landing at Reno AAF, Nevada 
				5163 (MSN 26365) burned at New Castle AAF, Delaware Dec 14, 1943.
				5166 (MSN 26368) damaged Aug 6, 1942 in landing at Buffalo Airport, New York
				5167 (MSN 26369/CU9) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored
					at Bush Field, CA.  Bought by California Atlandic in 1949
					and registered N1290M.  Bought by Lloyd Aereo, Boliviano
					Feb 11, 1950 and registered as CB-51.  W/o when crashed at
					Cochabamba, Bolivia Apr 24, 1950.
				5168 (MSN 26370, 78th TCS, 22nd TCG) crashed in Indochina Jul 2, 1943 due to engine failure.  MACR 317
				5170 (MSN 26372) crashed near Love Loc, NV Oct 2, 1943
				5171 (MSN 26373, 29th TCG, 99th TpS) lost near Mytina, Burma Nov 7, 1943.  5 POW, one died in prison
					in 1945.  MACR 1234.  Plane was condemned Dec 9, 1943
				5172 (MSN 26374) missing in China Oct 29, 1943.  Also reported as Nov 1, 1943
				5173 (MSN 26375) q/o in landing accident at Sookerating, India Nov 28, 1943.
				5174 (MSN 26376) condemned for salvage Apr 7, 1944
				5175 (MSN 26377) w/o Oct 29, 1943
				5176 (MSN 26378) crashed on takeoff at Buffalo, NY Feb 24, 1943
				5177 (MSN 26379) w/o Sep 11, 1943 at Montebello, CA
				5178 (MSN 26380/CU20) to RFC Jun 5, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.  Registered as N74698 in 1948.
					WFU and stored in 1948.
				5179 (MSN 26381/CU-21) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Bush Field, GA Nov 1945.
				5180 (MSN 26382/CU22) crashed for unknown reasons into sea 160 km
					N of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic May 7, 1943 near
					Great Iguana Island.
				5181 (MSN 26383/CU23) leased to Northwest Airlines 9/16/43  Returned to
					USAAF Dec 4, 1943.  WFU and stored in 1945.  Some sources have
					this plane as crashing into the sea 160 km N of Santo 
					Domingo May 7, 1943, but this was probably 41-5180.
				5182 (MSN 26384/CU24) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.
				5183 (MSN 26385) w/o Oct 4, 1943 at McClellan Field, CA while being operated by Northwest Airlines.
41-5184/5204		Curtiss C-46A-1-CU Commando
				MSN 26386/26406
				5184 (MSN 26386) w/o Sep 8, 1944 CBI theatre, condemned Sep 11, 1944. 
				5189 (MSN 26391) w/o in landing accident at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Feb 15, 1943.
				5190 (MSN 26392) crashed in bad weather into west peak of Mt. San Antonio in San Gabriel Mountains Oct 5, 1945.  
					Crew of 3 killed.
				5197 (MSN 26399) damaged Jun 11, 1945 in landing at Miama AAF, Florida
				5200 (MSN 26402) damaged May 12, 1943 in landing at Edmonton, Canada
				5201 (MSN 26403/CU43) to RFC Mar 26, 1946,.  To Aerovias Contreras
					"Ensenada" as XA-GOT.  DBR when crashed into a hill east of
					San Diego, CA Aug 18, 1953.  2 crew killed.  Remains of aircraft
					went to Allied Aircraft Company
				5204 (MSN 26406, 6th TCS, 1st TCG) w/o Aug 7, 1943 Chirdwin Valley, India.  MACR 316.  Condemned Aug 14, 1943.
41-5205/5304		Curtiss P-40B
				MSN 15973/16072.  Model H81-B
				5206/5209 with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5210 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5211/5215 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
					5213 w/o Apr 24, 1942 at Kahuku Field, Hawaii
					5214 w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
				5216 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5217 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5218 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5219/5225 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5226 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5227 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5228 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5229 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5230 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Nov 12, 1942 at Leleiwi Point, Hawaii
				5231 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Jun 22, 1942 at Kahuku Field, Hawaii
				5232 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5233 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5234 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Sep 28, 1943 at Bellows Field, Hawaii
				5235 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5236 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5237 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5239 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5240 (MSN 16008) w/o Nov 3, 1941 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
				5241 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/O sEP 4, 1942 AT Kaena Point, Hawaii
				5242 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5243 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5244 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5245 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5246 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5247 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5248 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5249 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5250 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Oct 25, 1942 at Hilo Airoprt, Hawaii
				5251 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5252 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5254 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5255 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5256 did not recover from spin 5 miles offshore from Halemina, Oahu, HI 9/18/41.
				5257 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5262 in mid-air near Minal neqr Pampaganga, PI, 10/13/41
				5258/5282 delivered to 4th Composite Group, Philippines May 17, 1941.
					5261 (MSN 16029) w/o Jul 8, 1942 at Manilla Bay, Philippines
					5268 in accident at Clark Field, PI Jul 19, 1941
					5269 (MSN 16037) w/o Oct 31, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
					5276 in midair collision with P-26 33-111 Jul 30, 1941, Clark Field, PI.
					5278 (MSN 16046) w/o Aug 24, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
					5280 (MSN 16048) w/o Aug 27, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
					5282 in ground loop accident Oct 14, 1941, Philippines
				5284/5285 delivered to 4th Composite Group, Philippines May 17, 1941.
					5284 in accident in Philippines Oct 14, 1941.
					5285 taxied into the rear of 41-5271 Jul 29, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
				5286 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5287 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				5288 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				5289 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				5290 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
				5291 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
				5293 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Feb 12, 1942 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
				5294 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Oct 10, 1942 at Waialee, Hawaii
				5295 crashed on takeoff from Wheeler Field Aug 26, 1941 due to engine failure.  Was in commission Dec 7, 1941
				5296 flew into sea off Oahu, Hawaii Nov 22, 1941.  Pilot killed
				5297 (MSN 16065) w/o May 29, 1942 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
				5298 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
				5299 taxied into 41-5291 while attempting takeoff Dec 7, 1941.
				5300 destroyed in depot shops 12/7/41
				5301 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5303 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5304 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
41-5305/5744		Curtiss P-40E
				MSN 16297/16736 (not sure these are right)
				5306 damaged on landing Apr 1942 NSW.  May have gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
				5307 to USSR
				5308 to RAAF as A29-?
				5310 to RAAF as A29-4.  Returned to USAAF.  SOC at Tuskegee Apr 1, 1945.
				5311 to USSR
				5312 to RAAF as A29-154.  SOC Aug 1949
				5313 (17th PS/7th PS) wrecked Nov 2, 1942 when landed in water at Bootless Inlet
				5315 to USSR
				5316 to RAAF as A29-157 Sept 1942.  W/o in landing accident at Mildura,
					Vic Apr 1944.
				5317 to RAAF as A29-?
				5318 to RAAF as A29-?
				5319 to USSR
				5320 with 49th PG, 9th PS.
				5321 used by 7th PS, 49th PG in early 1942.  Owned by Banta Aviation Corporation as
					as N940AK.
				5322 to RAAF as A29-5
				5323 to USSR
				5324 (MSN 16316) to RAAF as A29-2.  W/o Mar 7, 1942 at Kyogle, Australia
				5327 to USSR   
				5328 left 7th PS/40th PG Feb 26, 1942.  To Australia Feb 26, 1942.  Damaged at Bankstown Mar 26, 1942
				5329 ground-looped while landing at Bankstown, NSW Feb 27, 1942.  May have
					gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
				5330 wrecked in takeoff accident at Strauss Strip, NT Jul 12, 1942.
				5331 to USSR
				5336 to RAAF as A29-28 Mar 1942.  Disposed of Sep 1947.  Fuselage recovered from farm in Mildura.
					Fuselage on display at Warbirds Air Museum, Mildura, Victoria, Austrial 1968-1985.  Acquired by
					Jack  McDonald of Essendon, Victoria in 1988 for restoration to airworthy condition.  
					Restored to airworth 1987-1998 using rear fuselage of A29-1210 and cowlings
					and parts from A29-87.  To RAAF Museum, RAAF Point Victoria 1998-2002.
				5340 Lend-Lease to USSR.
				5341/5343 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5344 to RAAF as A29-2 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Kyogle, NSW Mar 1942
				5346 (CW-366) to RAAF A29-68 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Weir Apr 1942
				5347 (MSN 16339) w/o Oct 9, 1942 at Grenier Field, NH, to CL-26 Oct 16, 1942
				5349 (CW-369) crashed Canberra Feb 1942.
				5354 crashed Apr 27, 1944 near Auburn, AL when failed 
					to recover from power dive.  Tuskegee airman
					Francis Peoples killed.
				5363 to RAAF as A29-7 Mar 1942.  Shot down Apr 17, 1942 near Bululo River.  Pilot killed.
				5365 shot down Feb 19, 1942, Darwin.
				5366 (CW-386, MSN 16358) to RAAF.  Crashed at Mount Black 25 km from
					Townsville Apr 24, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				5369 crashed and burned, Feb 19, 1942.
				5385 (49th PG, 7th PS) crashed Feb 1942.
				5386 to RAAF as A29-64 Mar 1942.  Crashed with 77 Sqdn RAAF on takeoff on unauthorized
					flight at Geraldton, WA May 15, 1942.  Pilot severely burned, aircraft W/O.
					May be confusion with 41-5366.  Listed as Lend-Lease to USSR
				5388 crashlanded Feb 1942.
				5389 crashlanded Feb 1942.
				5392 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5394 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5395 (MSN 16387) to RAAF as A29-26 Mar 1942.  Collided in midair with A29-86 3 mi SW of Bangstown, 
					Australia Dec 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				5397/5407 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5408 crashed into sea off Mokala Is. Oahu Feb 27, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				5409 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5412 (MSN 16404) w/o May 2, 1943 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
				5414 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5415 (MSN 16047) to RAAF Mar 1942.  Collided with A29-886 at 
					Bankstown, NSW Dec 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.  
				5419 to USSR Jan 1942
				5420 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5427 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5425 to USSR Jan 1942
				5433 (MSN 16425) w/o Aug 11, 1942 at Bellows Field, Hawaii
				5436 (7th PS, 49th PG) landed wheels-up in Victoria Feb 8, 1942.  Repaired as damage was minimal.
				5449 (CW-469, MSN 16441) crashed 4 mi from Daly Waters, NT. Australia Jun 13, 1942.
				5455 forced landing Mar 28, 1942.  May have gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
				5456 lost Darwin Feb 19, 1942 in crashlanding.
				5463 to RAAF as A29-31 Mar 1942.  W/o from storage Sep 1947
				5464 (MSN 16456) w/o Sep 9, 1942 at Barbers Point, Hawaii
				5466 (MSN 16458) w/o Oct 3, 1943 at Rodgers, Hawaii
				5474 (MSN 16466) w/o Mar 5, 1942 at Kaneohe, Hawaii
				5476 (20th PS (prov)) crashed and damaged Feb 3, 1942, Amberley, QLD.
				5478 wrecked at Wheeler Field Jan 27, 1942 when hit bump and struck another aircraft.
				5483 (MSN 16475) w/o Apr 21, 1942 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
				5492 wrecked at Wheeler Field, Oahu due to engine failure on takeoff Feb 2, 1942.
				5493 surveyed May 6, 1944
				5494 to RAAF as A29-32 Mar 1942.  Shot down and crashed into swamp near Port Moresby,
					New Guinea Apr 6, 1942.  Pilot OK.  Recovered and repaired.
					Crashlanded after engine failure at Longford, Victoria Aug 1944.   W/o Sep 2, 1944 at 
					Letts Beach, Australia.  To instructional airframe Mar 1945.
					Converted to components Nov 1945.
				5495 wrecked at Bellows Field when hit steamroller Mar 19, 1942.
				5500 (MSN 16492) w/o Jan 20, 1943 at Haleiwa, Hawaii, repaired.  W/o Oct 3, 1943 at Rodgers AAF, Hawaii
				5503 to RAAF as A29-163 Sep 1942.  Collided with A29-160 (41-24823) 4/1943, Onsloe, WA.
				5505 (MSN 16497) w/o Mar 30, 1942 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii, condemned Apr 15, 1942
				5507 (MSN 16499) to RAAF as A29-72 Mar 1942
				5508 to RAAF as A29-81 Mar 1942.  Crashed Goodenough Island 8/1942.
				5509 collided with P-40E 41-35943 Manton Dam Jul 10, 1942.
				5511 (49th PG, 8th PS) wfs Sep 18, 1943 at Jackson Field, New Guinea
				5512 (CW-532, MSN 16504) to Netherlands East Indies Feb 1942.  
				5513 to RAAF as A29-?
				5515 (49th PG, 9th PS) w/o Jul 15, 1944, Australia 
				5518 to RAAF as A29-33 Mar 18, 1942.  SOC Sep 23, 1947.
				5520 to RAAF as A29-34 Mar 1942.  Crashed with 76 Sqdn near Karrawinna
					North 11/1944.  W/o Nov 8, 1944 at Mildura, Australia
				5521 (MSN 16513) w/o Apr 20, 1944 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
				5522 to RAAF as A29-46 Mar 1942.  W/o Apr 4, 1942, Cessnock NSW.
				5523 to RAAF as A29-35 Mar 1942.  Collided with A29-89 at Mildura, Australia 12/1943, w/o Dec 6, 1943
				5525 to RAAF as A29-36 Mar 1942.  Shot down near Fall River 8/11/1942.
				5526 (4th Air Depot Group) crashed into mountain near Aberfeldy, Victoria, Australia Mar 10, 1942.
				5527 to RAAF as A29-47 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/28/1942.
					Pilot KIA.
				5528 (MSN 16520) to RAAF as A29-77 Apr 1942.  Forced landing near Sideia Island 4/1943 
					and written off Apr 14, 1943.
				5530 (MSN 16522) to RAAF as A29-37 Mar 1942.  Hit tree near Weir strip, Australia 5/26/1942.
				5531 (MSN 16523) w/o Aug 21, 1944 at Foster Field, TX
				5532 to RAAF as A29-38 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Lae, New Guinea
					3/27/1942.  Pilot KIA.
				5533 to RAAF as A29-39 Mar 1942.  W/o 11/1946.
				5534 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 13, 1942 to Jul 20, 1942.
				5535 to RAAF as A29-48 Mar 1942.  Lost to enemy action near Turnbull Strip
					5/2/1942.
				5536 to RAAF as A29-40 Mar 1942.  Crashed on ferry flight 5/1943.
				5537 w/o in USA Apr 1, 1942 at Portland Field
				5538 to RAAF as A29-41 Mar 1942.  Crashed 12/1943, Mildura, VIC.
				5542 (CW-562, MSN 16534)
				5543 (CW-563, MSN 16535) 
				5544 (MSN 16536) crashed in USA at Suffolk, VA Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				5545 (CW-565, MSN 16537, 49th FG) condemned in PNG after crash landing in PNG Nov 26, 1942.
				5546 to RAAF as A29-42 Mar 1942.  Crashed south of Brisbane 4/30/1942.
				5547 (MSN 16539) w/o at Luke Field Aug 6, 1942.
				5549 (MSN 16541) to RAAF as A29-43 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/24/1942.
					Pilot KIA.  Has been recovered and is under long term restoration
					in Australia.  Registration LN-WNC reserved Sep 2, 2008.
				5550 to RAAF as A29-69 Mar 1942.  Crashed 4/27/1942 near Cooktown QLD.
					Also have it w/o 5/5/1942 after undercarriage collapse.
					Also have it lost to enemy action Port Moresby May 1942.
				5551 (CW-571, MSN 16543, 49th PG) crashed Feb 27, 1942 when left landing gear failed.  Relocated to Geelong and
					repaired.  Shot down by Australian AAA Apr 4, 1942 over Darwin, NT.  Pilot bailed out.
				5552 (CW-572, MSN 16544) 
				5553 (49th PG, 7th PS) w/o after landing at Batchelor, NT Jun 2, 1942
				5554 (CW-574, MSN 16546) to RAAF as A29-?
				5555 (CW-575, MSN 16547) to RAAF as A29-75 Mar 1942.  w/o 12/1947.
				5556 (CW-576, MSN 16548) to Netherlands Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5557 (CW-577, MSN 16549, 49th PG, 7th PS) w/o Jun 10, 1942 at Brock's Creek when pilot blacked out and
					dove into ground.
				5558 (CW-578, 51st FG, 23rd FS) lost Apr 28, 1943 near Takung Valley, Burma Apr 28, 1943.
				5559 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashed near Eden NSW when pilot got lost in bad weather Mar 28, 1942.
				5560 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashlanded at Bachelor, NT Jun 15, 1942
				5561 (CW-581, MSN 16553) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5562 (CW-582, MSN 16554)
				5563 x/o Oct 11, 1943, Washington State, USA
				5564 to RAAF as A29-78 Apr 1942.  Crashed on takeoff at Milne Bay, New Guinea Aug 16, 1942 and
						converted to components.
				5565 (CW-585, MSN 16557)
				5566 (CW-586, MSN 16558) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942. 
				5567 (MSN 16559) shot down Dec 28, 1942, Aleutians, w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Kuluk Bay, Alaska
				5569 (CW-589, MSN 16561) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5570 (CW-590, 51st FG, 16th FS).   Dove in to ground at Karachi Mar 31, 1942.
				5574 to RAAF as A29-?
				5576 (MSN 16568) w/o Aug 24, 1942 at Strauss Field, Australia
				5579 to RAAF as A29-?
				5580 (49th FG) w/o Dec 20, 1942, Bootless Bay.  Also lsited at W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Lambert Field, MO
				5581 (MSN 16573) w/o in Alaska May 15, 1942.  W/o Sep 10, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK
				5584 to RAAF as A29-?
				5586 (MSN 16578) crashlanded Feb 13, 1942 (13th PS), repaired, issued to RAAF as A29-27 Mar 1942.
					Finally crashed at Port Moresby Mar 1942.  WFU Jul 30, 1942.
				5587 (CW-607, MSN 16579) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942. 
				5591 (51st FG, 23rd FS) w/o Nov 9, 1942 on deferred landing at Landhi Airfield, India
				5596 to RAAF as A29-?
				5597 to RAAF as A29-44 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Turnball, Milne Bay, Australia 4/1943.
				5598 to RAAF as A29-156 Sep 1942.  Crashed 11/26/1942, Edge Hill, Cairns, QLD.
				5599 to RAAF as A29-70 Mar 1942.  Crashed 6/5/1942 in sea off Townsville QLD.
				5600 to RAAF as A29-45 Mar 1942.  Destroyed Werribee Bombing Range, 11/1947.
				5601 (CW-621, MSN 16593) to Netherlands Indies AF Feb 1942.  Destroyed Mar 8, 1942
				5602 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashed near Eden NSW when pilot got lost in bad weather Mar 28, 1942.
				5604 (CW-624, MSN 16596) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5605 (CW-625, MSN 16597) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.   
				5606 (7th PS, 49th PG) crashed at Laverton, Vic Feb 1942.
				5608 (CW-628, MSN 16600) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5607 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashlanded at Kokoda Strip, PNG Nov 21, 1942, pilot OK
				5610 (7th FS, 49th FG) shot down over Kokoda,PNG Nov 22, 1942
				5612 to RAAF as A29-29 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/24/1942.  Pilot OK.
				5614 (49th PG, 9th PS) crashed at Middle Point, NT caused by faulty fuel system
				5619 (49th PG, 8th PS) w/o Nov 26, 1942, PNG.
				5620 (49th PG, 9th PS) wfu Jul 27, 1943 and salvaged
				5621 (49th PG, 8th PS) SUMAC/LEFT 7/8thPS/49thPG #30 on 49th FG Books 26/02/42 
					Project"X" Dec 22, 1941 "X" Feb 26, 1942 ,.... a/c #30 flown by Lt Dale 7thFS/49thFG that 
					caused the T/O collision of #32 (serial unkown) piloted by 2Lt Tyler,with C40#519(serial 
					ukn) on Apr 29, 1942 at Batchelor Field NT Australia, Brig General George and 2Lt 
					Jasper killed ) latter with the 8th FS, had structural failure in engine over 
					Brock's Creek NT Lt Donald Dittler bailed out Jun 11, 1942 
				5622 (49th PG, 7th PS) wfu Jun 17, 1943 and salvaged in PNG.
				5623 (CW-643, MSN 16615) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5625 (CW-645, MSN 16617) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5626 (CW-646, MSN 16618) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5627 (CW-647, MSN 16619) to Netherlands East Indies AF.  Escaped to Australia and to RAAF as A29-72.  
					Landing accident at Milne Bay, Australia Aug 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.
				5628 (CW-648, MSN 16620) w/o in crash landing with 51st FG, 16th FS May 20, 1942
				5629 (CW-649, MSN 16621) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5630 (CW-650, MSN 16622) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5631 (CW-651, MSN 16623) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5632 (MSN 16624) to RAAF as A29-71 Mar 1942.  Crashed near Seaspray, Victoria, Austalia Jan 16, 1945.  Recovered 1999-2002
				5634 (CW-654) w/o in crash landing with 51st FG, 16th FS at Karachi May 17, 1942.
				5635 (CW-655)
				5636 (CW-656, MSN 16628) w/o in taxiing accident with 51st FG, 16th FS Jun 26, 1942, Karachi, India, w/o Nov 18, 1943
				5637 (CW-657, MSN 16629) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5638 (49th PG, 9th PS) w/o Jun 16, 1942, PNG.
				5639 (CW-659, MSN 16631) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5640 (CW-660, MSN 16632) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5643 to RAAF as A29-31.  W/o from storage Sep 1947.
				5644 (MSN 16636) to RAAF as A29-155 Aug 1942.  Taxied into A29-323 at Mildura, Vic Jun 1945.
				5645 (49th PG, 9th PS) condemned Nov 26, 1942, Port Moresby
				5646 to RAAF as A29-?
				5647 (CW-667, MSN 16639) to RAAF as A29-159 Sep 1942.  WFU Aug 7, 1945.  Destroyed
					at Weribee bombing range Apr 1948
				5648 (49th PG, 9th PS) crash landed Aug 2, 1942 Adelaide River NT, Australia.  Repaired (?) w/o May 6, 1944 at Edingurg, TX
				5651 to RAAF as A29-79 Apr 1942.  Authorized for w/o Aug 1947.
				5652 to RAAF as A29-?
				5653 to RAAF as A29-?
				5656 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
				5657 (51st FG) w/o Aug 7, 1942, CBI
				5658 to AVG Apr 1, 1942.  Salvaged CBI Apr 20, 1943
				5659 (51st FG) w/o Mar 18, 1942 in transit accident.
				5660 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
				5661 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5662 (51st FG) w/o in crashlanding Jul 11, 1942, CBI.
				5665 (51st FG) w/o Dec 24, 1942.
				5666 to AVG Mar 24, 1942
				5667 to AVG Mar 24, 1942
				5668 to AVG May 28, 1942
				5669 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
				5670 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5672 to AVG Ap4 3, 1942
				5675 (MSN 16667) w/o in Alaska Jan 29, 1943
				5676 w/o in Alaska Dec 20, 1942
				5680 (MSN 16672) force landed Karachi, India after engine failure, 10/20/42.  Repaired (?), w/o Mar 9, 1943 at Karachi, India
				5683 (MSN 16675) w/o Jul 17, 1944 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
				5684 in takeoff collision with P-40E 40-611 Apr 24, 1942, Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Both
					planes demolished.
				5685 w/o in Alaska Jul 29, 1942, Cold Bay, Alaska
				5688 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
				5689 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
				5690 (51st FG) w/o Jan 30, 1943 in CBI
				5691 (28th Composite Group) SOC May 11, 1943
				5692 crashed into sea Feb 24, 1942 off Boston, MA.  Pilot killed.
				5693 (MSN 16685) wrecked in landing Jun 17, 1942 Elmendorf, AK.  SOC Dec 5, 1942
				5694 to AVG Mar 25, 1942
				5695 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5696 (MSN 16688) to AVG Mar 3, 1942.  Believed to have been Col Robert Scott's aircraft.  W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Landhi Field, India
				5697 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
				5699 crash landed at Buffalo, NY Jan 13, 1942 and w/o.
				5700 to RAAF as A29-162.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Jul 1947.
				5701 (MSN 16693) w/o Apr 13, 1944 in Alaska
				5703 (51st FG) w/o Nov 25, 1943
				5704 (MSN 16696) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Wanshepoo, China
				5706 (MSN 16698) w/o Jan 21, 1944 at Landhi Airfield, India
				5708 (MSN 16700) w/o Dec 9, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
				5709 crashed on landing at Fort Randall, Cold Bay, Alaska Sep 26, 1942 .  Hulk stripped and abandoned on
					airfield dump.  Found buried in Alaska in 1983 and excavated in 1987.  Restored to airworthy 1996-2009.
					Registered as N2416X. Now with Texas Flying Legends Museum.  The P-40E wears the colors of Colonel Robert L. Scott Jr’s 
					aircraft while he commanded the 23rd FG in the China-Burma-India Theatre during WWII.
				5710 to AVG Apr 9, 1942.
				5712 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5713 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5714 (MSN 16706) w/o Aug 25, 1944 in Alaska
				5715 (MSN 16707) w/o Oct 12, 1944 at Alexai, AK
				5716 (MSN 16708) crashed after takeoff from Cold Bay, AK Jul 31, 1942.  SOC Aug 7, 1942
				5717 crashed on takeoff Elmendorf, AK Jun 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Condemned Jun 8, 1942.
				5718 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5719 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
				5721 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
				5722 (MSN 16714) w/o Sep 16, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK
				5724 (MSN 16716) w/o Jul 23, 1942 at Ft Randall, AK
				5727 (MSN 16719) w/o Sep 1, 1944 at Casco AB, AK
				5728 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
				5729 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5730 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5731 (CW 751, MSN 16723) to USSR Jan 17, 1942
				5732 (CW 752, MSN 16724) to USSR Jan 17, 1942
				5733 to USSR
				5734 to RAAF as A29-62 Mar 1942.  Crashed due to engine fire during test flight over Batchelor
					Field Oct 12, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				5735 to RAAF as A29-66 Mar 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Jul 1949.
				5736 to RAAF as A29-56 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Bankstown, NSW Jul 1943., w/o Jul 14, 1943
				5737 to RAAF as A29-50 Mar 1942.  Pilot bailed out Jul 15, 1942 and plane
					crashed near Pearce, WA
				5738 to RAAF as A29-51 Mar 1942.  Force landed at Strauss Field NT due to engine overheating
					Nov 25, 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Nov 1948. 
				5739 to RAAF as A29-60 Mar 1942.  Crashed north of Darwin, Australia due to fuel
					exhaustion Sep 7, 1942.  Aircraft only receved a bent prop.  Repaired and flown out.
					Crashed at GolGol Range, Australia Sep 23, 1943
				5740 to RAAF as A29-61 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Dunreath, Australia May 3, 1942
				5741 to RAAF as A29-58 Mar 1942.  W/o Jun 19, 1944 at Mildura, Australia.  Authorized for w/o Dec 1947
				5742 to RAAF as A29-54 Mar 1942.  Sold to Laverton Salvage Co. Feb 1953.
				5743 to RAAF as A29-65 Mar 1942.  Collided in midair with A29-126
					(ex 41-35955) at Wentworth Bombing Range Sep 1944, w/o Sep 8, 1944 at Mildura, Australia.
				5744 to RAAF as A29-55 Mar 1942.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Apr 1948.
41-5745/5894		Curtiss AT-9 Jeep
				Model CW-25
				5747 w/o Jul 10, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				5751 w/o Jan 2, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
				5752 w/o Mar 23, 1944 at Blytheville AF, AR
				5754 damaged in landing accident at Turner Field, GA Jan 30, 1943
				5759 w/o Dec 178, 1942 at Hornersville, MO
				5762 w/o Jan 13, 1942 at Leesburg AAAF, GA
				5764 w/op Nov 19, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5765 w/o Sep 16, 1943 at Navasota, TX
				5767  w/op Aug 5, 1942 at Helendale, CA
				5769 w/o Nov 28, 1942 at Lubbock West AAAF, TX
				5770 w/o Feb 2, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5771 w/o Oct 8, 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX
				5775 w/o Aug 3, 1942 at March Field, CA
				5777 w/o Nov 15, 1944 at Carlsbad AAF, NM
				5779 w/op May 9, 1944 at Altus AAF, OK
				5782 w/o Dec 22, 1943 at Altus AAF, OK
				5783 w/o Jan 22, 1944 at Douglas AAAF #1, AZ
				5784 w/o Apr 28, 1943 at Rocky Ford AAAF, CO
				5785 crashed at Oxford, NE Jan 6, 1943
				5786 involved in midair collision with 41-11960 and crashed 10 mi SW of Auxiliary
					Field 2, Douglas AZ Jan 22, 1943.
				5789 w/o Oct 2, 19o42 at Sheridan, TX
				5790 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Sheridan, TX
				5792 w/o Feb 2, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5793 w/o Aug 19, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5794 w/o Mar 19, 1944 at Olustee AAAF, OK
				5795 w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5796 w/o Aug 24, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5797 w/o Nov 14, 1943 at Whidney Island NAS, WA
				5798 w/o Dec 27, 1943 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5799 w/o Jun 3, 1942 at Mirage Lake, CA
				5803 w/o Feb 19, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5806 w/o Aug 31, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5807 w/o Jan 10, 1942 at Lambert Field, MO
				5808 W/O Jan 17, 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5810 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX Jan 15, 1943
				5812 w/o Dec 29, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5813 w/o May 5, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5814 w/o Mar 167, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5818 w/o Oct 22, 1942 at Winona, MS
				5819 w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Nashville, GA
				5822 w/o Sep 29, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
				5826 w/o Feb 25, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5827 w/o Sep 23, 1944 at Hatbox Field, OK
				5828 w/o Dec 30, 1942 at Lovelady, TX
				5829 w/o Mar 26, 1943 at Freeport, TX
				5830 damaged in takeoff accident at Blackland AFS, TX Jan 12, 1943 and w/o.
				5831 w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Altus, OK
				5834 w/o Apr 17, 1944 at Vernon, TX
				5837 w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Colfred Ground Gunnery Range, AZ
				5839 to RFC Hot Box Field, OK 10/10/44
				5842 w/o Mar 12, 1943 at Glendale, CA
				5843 w/o Mar 17, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5844 w/o Mar 29, 1942 at Jasper, FL
				5845 w/o Dec 21, 1942 at Luxora, AR
				5846 w/o Jan 10, 1944 at Gideon, MO
				5849 w/o Mar 5, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5850 w/o Nov 27, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5853 w/o Jun 30, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5857 w/o Feb 19, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5864 w/o Feb 11, 1943 at Benson, AZ
				5865 w/o Sep 25, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5866 w/o Aug 14, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5867 w/o Jun 3, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				5868 w/o Apr 26, 1942 at Rittenhouse AAAF, AZ
				5870 w/o Apr 14, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5871 w/o Jul 9, 1944 at Chloride, AZ
				5872 w/o Apr 3, 1942 at Casa Grande Field, AZ
				5873 w/o Jan 17, 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5875 w/o May 22, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				5878 w/o Nov 11, 1942 at Mirage Lake, CA
				5880 w/o Aug 20, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5881 w/o Apr 21, 1943 at La Junta, CO
				5883 w/o Apr 29, 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5884 w/o Aug 20, 1942 at Neuralia, CA
				5885 w/o Jun 9, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				5889 w/o Mar 3, 1944 at Douglas AAAF #2, AZ
				5890 w/o Jun 6, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5891 w/o May 27, 1943 at Casa Grande, AZ
41-5895/6064		Republic P-47B Thunderbolt
				Republic Aviation Corporation, Farmingdale, Long Island, New York. Model AP-10. Redesignated RP-47B 1943, 
					as ‘restricted’ from combat.
				5895 (MSN 1) First production P-47B, really a specially-built second prototype; Delivered to USAAC 21Dec41; 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH; parts recovered from crash site in New Jersey, stored pending decision on 
					restoration, Bensenville IL.
				5896	(MSN 2) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; Used for an extensive test program by various agencies.
				5897 (MSN 3) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 
					Mar 18, 1942 to Oct 20, 1942.
				5898	(MSN 4) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; Used for an extensive test program by various agencies. 
				5899	(MSN 5) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; Used for an extensive test program by various agencies. Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crashed 26Mar42 near Salisbury Golf Course, NY. The Republic test pilot 
					was killed when it went out of control in a dive and crashed due to failure of the tail assembly 
					when the tail plane attachment point fractured. The pilot bailed out but was too low for the parachute to open
				5900 (MSN 6) w/o May 1, 1942 at Oak Beach, Long Island, NY caused by engine failure and fire.  Pilot bailed out.
				5901 (MSN 7) “Lucky Seven! Gift of the Republic Aviation Employees”;  assigned to NACA Langley Memorial 
					Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jul 13, 1942 to Oct 20, 1943
				5902	(MSN 8) Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Used for acceptance performance 
					tests at Farmingdale Jun42; 56th FG [7], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long 
					Island, NY; 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC
				5903 (MSN 9) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL;
					w/o May 26, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				5904	(MSN 10)	
				5905	(MSN 11) [5], 56th FG, 1st AF; Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH
				5906	(MSN 12) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 21Jul42 landing at Mitchel; Force landed with engine failure 17Aug42 at Huntington Station, NY; 
					340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Ground accident 5Dec42 at Westover.
				5907 (MSN 13) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, NY; Mid air collision 10Jul42 with P-47 							41-5934 at East Islip, Long Island, NY; 63rd FS, 56th FG, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Damaged 11Sep42 on take-off at Bridgeport; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Forced landing with engine failure 25Feb43 at Goshen, MA; Damaged by fire 25Aug43 
					with maintenance crew on the ground at Westover.
				5908 (MSN 14) Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Forced landing 8Jun42 at Eglin; 
					Damaged when nosed over on take-off 10Aug42 at Eglin.
				5909 (MSN 15) 
				5910 (MSN 16) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 12Jun42 at Black Rock Harbor, CT. Accident 12Jun42 at Black Rock Harbor, CT. The pilot
					steered his plane carefully between scores of small boats after his engine quit at 1,500 feet 
					sustained only a slight hand laceration. He was picked up by nearby boats. Salvage operations were 
					started to raise the aircraft June 13, 1942.
				5911 (MSN 17) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 30Jun42 at Lake Zoar, East Hill, CT during practice formation maneuvers when tail came off 
					in a dive; Pilot killed
				5912 (MSN 18) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 20Jun42 at Milford, CT
				5913 (MSN 19) 1st Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Accident landing 15Oct43 
					at Eglin; 429th Base Headquarters Squadron, Yale University, New Haven Airport, CT; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Destroyed by fire 10Mar44 on the ground at Columbia Field, SC
				5914 (MSN 20) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident landing 17Jun42 at Bridgeport
				5915 (MSN 21) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident landing 30Jul42 at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 328th FS, 
					352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident landing 8Feb43 at Groton; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson 
					Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident landing 30Oct43 at Seymour
				5916 (MSN 22) Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Damaged on take-off 6Jul42 at Eglin
				5917	(MSN 23)	[P91]; Freeman Field, Seymour, IN; C Squadron [4Z], 2529th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, 
					Moore Field, TX; Damaged 13Nov44 while parked at Moore Field
				5918	(MSN 24)	
				5919 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident caused by mechanical failure landing 13Jul42 at Bridgeport; Pilot killed
				5920 (MSN 26) [32], 56th FG, 1st AF; 340th FS, 348th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Force landed 8Jan43 at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; 15th FS [273], 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Fort Myers 
					Field, FL; Forced landing 5Jan44 Green Swamp, 20 miles SW of Wilmington, NC; Randy Ferris, Bensenville IL; 
					recovered in 14 helicopter sling loads 1995, trucked to Bensenville as basis for a restoration project
				5921 (MSN 27) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 16Jul42 landing at Bridgeport; Redesignated RP-47B; 350th FS, 353rd FG, 
					1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; Accident 2Apr43 landing at Connellsville Airport, PA
				5922 	(MSN 28) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 24Jul42 landing at Bridgeport; Accident 28Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5984 landing at 
					Harrisburg Municipal Airport, PA; 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Missing in poor weather 11Feb43 on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton
				5923 MSN 29) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 17Aug42 into Long Island Sound, CT. After taking off the engine detonated and the aircraft 
					was ditched. Pilot was able to wade ashore.
				5924 (MSN 30) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 24Jun42 landing at Bridgeport; 340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 1Dec42 when flew into ground in bad weather at Westhampton, MA; Pilot killed
				5925	(MSN 31) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 3Jul42 when stalled landing at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 17Jun43 landing at 
					Westover when collided with P-47B 41-6008 
				5926	(MSN 32) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 12Jul42 at Bridgeport; Redesignated RP-47B; 320th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 14Aug43 after engine failure near Ellington, CT; Pilot bailed out
				5927	(MSN 33) 89th FS [131], 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 27Aug42 in collision with P-47B 41-5971 landing at Mitchel; Crashed 26Sep42 
					when force landed with engine failure at Garden City, Long Island, NY
				5928	(MSN 34)	
				5929	(MSN 35) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 24Jun42 after the aircraft caught fire when the turbo-supercharger 
					disintegrated at Huntington, NY; Pilot bailed out
				5930	(MSN 36)	Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH; Forced landing 11Aug42 at Patterson Field, OH; Redesignated RP-47B; 320th FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 12Jun43 landing at Westover; 
					Crashed 27Aug43 with mechanical failure near North Hatfield, MA; Pilot bailed out
				5931	(MSN 37) [31], 56th FG, 1st AF; Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH; Used for performance tests Sep42; Redesignated RP-47B; 351st FS, 
					353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 8Apr43 at Millville Field, NJ; 
					269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Accident 15Jun44 landing at Strother.
				5932	(MSN 38) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Crashed 20Aug43 5 miles SW of Crystal River, FL; Pilot killed
				5933	(MSN 39) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; Accident 12Jul42 
					landing at Newark; 351st FS [933], 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 1Apr43 with engine failure taking off at Millville Gunnery Range A
				5934	(MSN 40) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 10Jul42 with P-47 41-5907 at East Islip, Long Island, NY; Pilot killed
				5935	(MSN 41) 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 2Sep42 taxying in 
					collision with P-47B 41-5941 at Bradley; Redesignated RP-47B; Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 15May43 with engine failure 2 miles N of Suffield, CT
				5936	(MSN 42) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 24Sep42 at Bridgeport; 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Crashed 20Mar43 with engine failure after take-off at Groton
				5937	(MSN 43) 89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Forced landing 1Aug42 at Mitchel; Mid air collision 2Oct42 with P-47 41-6054 at Eastport, Long Island, NY; 						Pilot bailed out
				5938	(MSN 44) Converted during production as the Republic Model MX-116; Fitted with a laminar-flow wing, 
					completed 25un42; Designated XP-47F; Wright Field, Dayton, OH 17Sep42; NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, Virginia 22Feb43 to 23May43; Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 14Oct43 
					when flew into ground at Bacova, VA; Pilot killed
				5939	(MSN 45) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 22Sep42 with engine failure at Boston, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; 321st FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 30May43 into Long Island Sound, 
					3 miles SE of New Haven, CT; Pilot killed
				5940	(MSN 46) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 11Feb43 
					in bad weather on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton near Cranston, RI; Pilot killed
				5941	(MSN 47) 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 322nd FS, 326th Fighter 
					Group, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed 2Sep42 in collision with P-47B 41-5935 
					taxying at Bradley
				5942	(MSN 48) Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Used for comparative tests of 
					six four-bladed propellers at Farmingdale, Dec42; Used for comparative tests of a 13 feet propeller 
					and with the standard production propeller at Farmingdale, Jan43; Used as a test bed for a contra-rotating 
					propeller; Nicknamed “Double Twister”. This early application of contra-rotating propellers on a P-47B 
					was accomplished so discreetly that its installation and single test flight was unknown to all but a 
					handful of people at Farmingdale. A simple oversight (not neutralizing fin offset) nearly cost 
					the test pilot his life. Crashed 2Feb44 near Clymer, PA; Pilot bailed out
				5943	(MSN 49) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 11Feb43 
					in bad weather on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton near East Passage, Newport Bay, RI; Pilot killed
				5944	(MSN 50) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 4Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5975 taxying at Bradley; 21st FS, 352nd Fighter 
					Group, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Missing in poor weather 11Feb43 on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton
				5945	(MSN 51) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Crashed 24Sep42 3 miles E of Newfoundland, NJ; Pilot killed
				5946	(MSN 52) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 5Sep42 landing at Bradley; Redesignated RP-47B; 495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th  Fighter-Bomber 
					Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; Damaged 7Mar44 while parked in collision 
					by RP-47B 41-6046 at William Northern
				5947	(MSN 53) 340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 26Dec42 landing at Westover; 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Ground accident 30Mar43, destroyed by fire at Groton
				5948	(MSN 54)	
				5949	(MSN 55)	340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 9Jan43 when ground looped during take-off at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 216th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Accident 31Jul44 taking off at Wendover
				5950	(MSN 56)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Redesignated RP-47B; Damaged 18Oct43 landing at Seymour; Tow Target Squadron,283rd Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; Accident 29Jul44 landing at Woodward Field, OK
				5951	(MSN 57) 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 27Jun43 near Westbrook, CT after aircraft caught fire; Pilot bailed out
				5952	(MSN 58)	3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Damaged 13May43 while parked in collision by P-39N 42-18893 taxying 
					at Lockbourne AAB, OH; 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crash landed 15Jun43 with mechanical failure at Patterson Field, OH
				5953	(MSN 59) Headquarters Squadron, 1st Fighter Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 20Jul42 due mechanical failure at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 89th Fighter 
					Squadron, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged by fire 21Sep42 at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged on the ground 20Jun43 in collision with P-47D 42-22358 landing at Westover; Seymour 
					Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 22Nov43 when nosed over taxying at Seymour; 305th Fighter 
					Squadron, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 10Jan44 taking off at Cross City AAB, FL
				5954	(MSN 60) 341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 26Dec42 when nosed over taking off at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Accident 17Jun43 landing at Bradley
				5955	(MSN 61) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Destroyed 24Oct42 when force landed with fuel starvation at Mansfield, CT. The pilot had been 
					buzzing the girl's dormitory of the University of Connecticut at Mansfield. After several passes 
					the pilot forgot to switch fuel tanks and the engine suddenly stopped. Attempting to force land 
					on a small lake, the aircraft overshot and knocked down several small trees. Exiting the aircraft, 
					a tree fell on the pilot, knocking him unconscious but fortunately the aircraft did not catch fire 
					and the pilot recuperated in the University hospital.
				5956	(MSN 62) 34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 7Feb43 due weather landing at New Haven; 321st FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 11Jun43 one miles S of Westover; Pilot killed
				5957	(MSN 63) 1st AF, Boston Commonwealth Airport, MA; Accident 25Apr43 when ground looped with 
					mechanical failure landing at Boston; Redesignated RP-47B; Boston Airport, MA; Accident 29Jun43 
					landing at East Boston
				5958	(MSN 64) 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 8Jul43 with engine failure at Breckwood Park, North Springfield, MA
				5959	(MSN 65) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; Crashed 1Aug42 
					after engine failure and fire at Mitchel, NY; Pilot bailed out
				5960	(MSN 66) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Force landed on fire 14Sep42 at Bridgeport; 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 19Dec42 with engine failure at North Wilbraham, MA; Pilot bailed out
				5961	(MSN 67)	
				5962	(MSN 68) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 19Oct43 landing at Seymour; 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, 
					Winfield, KS; Forced landing 15Jun44 with fuel starvation at Jefferson, OK
				5963	(MSN 69) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 24Jul43 when ground looped landing at Westover
				5964	(MSN 70) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; Accident 4Aug42 
					landing at Newark
				5965	(MSN 71) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 6Aug42 when nosed over landing at Bridgeport; Accident 7Sep42 landing at Bradley Field, CT
				5966	(MSN 72) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 24May43 with engine failure at Feeding Hills, MA; 495th Fighter-Bomber 
					Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; 
					Crash landed 7Mar44 with fuel starvation 3 miles S of William Northern
				5967	(MSN 73)	
				5968	(MSN 74) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Damaged by fire 10Nov42 at Stratford
				5969	(MSN 75) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 14Dec42 with engine failure at Long Island Sound, NY
				5970	(MSN 76) 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 19Jun43 landing at Bradley
				5971	(MSN 77) 63rd FS [77], 56th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 27Aug42 in collision with P-47B 41-5927 landing at Mitchel
				5972	(MSN 78) 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 21Mar43 with engine failure at Ludlow, MA
				5973	(MSN 79) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Destroyed by fire 5Aug42 at Bradley
				5974	(MSN 80) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged on the ground 26Aug43 at Westover; Accident 6Oct43 Haddam, CT
				5975	(MSN 81) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 4Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5944 taxying at Bradley; 21st FS, 
					352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 5Mar43 with engine failure at Groton; 
					Pilot killed; “Miss Mary Jane”
				5976	(MSN 82) 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 2Apr43 when collided with P-47C 41-6087 landing at Groton; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 17Oct43 taxying at Camp Springs AAB, MD
				5977	(MSN 83) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Force landed 16Feb43 with mechanical failure at Groton
				5978	(MSN 84) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 29Oct42 with engine failure in Smithtown Bay, Long Island Sound, NY
				5979	(MSN 85) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Force landed 29May43 with engine failure at Westover; Accident 9Jun43 in 
					collision with P-47B 41-6006 landing at Westover; Accident 24Oct43 at Westover
				5980	(MSN 86) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Destroyed 23Aug42 when stalled landing at Bradley, CT
				5981	(MSN 87) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 17Dec43, aircraft stalled, spun in one mile N of Lumberton Airport, NC; Pilot bailed out
				5982	(MSN 88) 89th FS [139], 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 10Nov42 after engine failed taking off at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Destroyed 26Feb43 when crash landed near Springfield, MA
				5983	(MSN 89) 202nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 495th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crash landed 5Apr44 with engine failure at Galveston; To RFC, Kingman, AZ
				5984	(MSN 90) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 28Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5922 landing at Harrisburg Municipal Airport, PA; 
					320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 26Feb43 landing at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B
				5985	(MSN 91) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 11Aug42 landing at Bridgeport; 216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; 
					Forced landing 27May44 at Wendover
				5986	(MSN 92) 89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 6Sep42 with engine failure and fire at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					268thCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Woodward Field, OK; 
					Crash landed 20Apr44 with engine failure at Dalhart Auxiliary Field #2, TX
				5987	(MSN 93) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; 
					Accident 18Aug42 landing at Newark
				5988	(MSN 94) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Force landed 26Aug42 with engine failure at Bradley; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Destroyed 19Sep43 when crashed after take-off from Westover
				5989	(MSN 95) Flight Test Squadron, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 7May44 due weather 3 miles NW 
					of Shenandoah, OH; Pilot killed
				5990	(MSN 96) 56th FG [22], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; Accident 17Sep42 when ground looped taking off at Bridgeport
				5991	(MSN 97) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 12Oct42 at Darien, CT; Pilot killed. The aircraft hit propeller wash from another aircraft 
					which turned the aircraft onto its back. Instead of rolling upright, the pilot proceeded to do a half 
					loop but was too low to complete and crashed on a house.
				5992	(MSN 98) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 14Jun43 in collision with parked P-47D 42-22364 taxying at Westover
				5993	(MSN 99) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 2Jan43 landing at Windsor Locks
				5994	(MSN 100)	
				5995	(MSN 101) 361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					damaged 26Apr43 in collision with P-47B 41-6057 taxying at Bradley; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 2Jun43 with P-47D 42-22296 at Richmond; Pilot killed
				5996	(MSN 102) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Force landed 13Sep42 with engine failure at Bridgeport; Accident 26Sep42 after engine failure 
					during take-off at Bridgeport 
				5997	(MSN 103) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 1Oct43 when stalled and spun at Seymour Johnson, Goldsboro, NC
				5998	(MSN 104) 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crash landed 14Apr43 engine failure one mile E of Westerly, RI; Pilot killed
				5999	(MSN 105) 56th FG [24], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; Destroyed 25Oct42 in Mid air collision 
					with P-47B 41-6001 at Fire Island, NY; Pilot killed
				6000	(MSN 106) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 19Nov42 in collision with P-47B 41-6007 landing at Westover; 360th FS, 
					356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 4Apr43 in collision taxying at Groton
				6001	(MSN 107) 56th FG [25], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; Destroyed 25Oct42 in Mid air collision 
					with P-47B 41-5999 at Fire Island, NY; Pilot killed
				6002	(MSN 108) Headquarters Squadron [1], 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 19Oct42 at Bridgeport; Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 14Jan43 with 
					P-47B 41-6005 at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 24Mar43 near Hope Valley, RI; Pilot killed
				6003	(MSN 109) 361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Airport, CT; 
					Crash landed 8Mar43 with fuel starvation at Patterson Field, OH
				6004	(MSN 110) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 10Jan43 when ground looped landing at Westover; Destroyed 18Feb43 on take-off at Westover
				6005	(MSN 111) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 12Jan43 landing at Westover; 340th FS, Mid air collision 14Jan43 with P-47B 
					41-6002 at Westover
				6006	(MSN 112) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Forced landing 28Nov42 with engine failure at Ellington; 321st FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 9Jun43 in collision 
					with P-47B 41-5979 landing at Westover; Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Mid air collision 30Oct43 with RP-47B 41-6059 W of Newbern, NC; Pilot killed
				6007	(MSN 113) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 19Nov42 in collision with P-47B 41-6000 landing at Westover
				6008	(MSN 114)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 10Feb43 taking off at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with 
					P-47B 41-5925 landing at Westover; Crashed 19Sep43 after take-off at Westover
				6009	(MSN 115)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 9Feb43 taking off at Westover
				6010	(MSN 116)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 11Nov42 landing at Mitchel; 21st FS, 352nd FG, 
					1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident landing 3Feb43 at Groton; Farmingdale Field, NY; 
					Accident 11Mar43 landing at Farmingdale; 594th Bomb Squadron, 396th Bomb Group, 3rd AF, 
					Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 14Mar44 at Dale Mabry, FL
				6011	(MSN 117)	61st FS [26], 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident landing 24Aug42 at Bridgeport; 340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 1Dec42 in bad weather at Cummington, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6012	(MSN 118)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 4Dec42 in collision with Civil Air Patrol Piper Cruiser NC35820 taxying 
					at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Destroyed 24Nov43 when force landed with engine failure 
					4 miles S of Youngsville, NC
				6013	(MSN 119)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Damaged on take-off 30Jan43 at Groton; Accident 31Jan43 landing at Groton; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 6Jul43 with engine failure near North Haven, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6014	(MSN 120)	
				6015	(MSN 121)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged on take-off 8Jan43 at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 9Mar43 near Cheshire, MA; Pilot killed 
				6016	(MSN 122)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Damaged 29Sep43 when ground looped landing at Westover
				6017	(MSN 123)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 27Aug42 landing at Bridgeport
				6018	(MSN 124)	495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern 
					Field, Tullahoma, TN; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 16Mar44 landing at William Northern; Westover Field, 
					Chicopee, MA; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with RP-47B 41-6034 landing at Westover; 
					269thCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; damaged 14Apr44 landing at Galveston
				6019	(MSN 125)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 17Aug43 when stalled and spun landing at Westover; Pilot killed
				6020	(MSN 126)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 9May43 into Atlantic Ocean S of Montauk Harbor, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6021	(MSN 127)	Redesignated RP-47B; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM 10Jul45
				6022	(MSN 128)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 8Jun43 in collision with P-47B 41-6053 landing at Westover; 
					RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA
				6023	(MSN 129)	
				6024	(MSN 130)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 30Nov42 when stalled short of the runway at Barnes Airport, MA; Pilot killed
				6025	(MSN 131)	 
				6026	(MSN 132)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 30Jun43 in collision with P-47D 42-22532 taxying at Evansville; 
					369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 23Sep43 with engine failure at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 8Dec43 
					with engine failure at Seymour Johnson
				6027	(MSN 133)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 18Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-6028 taxying at Mitchel; 
					216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Damaged 8Jul44 while parked in collision 
					by P-47C 41-6596 at Wendover
				6028	(MSN 134)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 18Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-6027 taxying at Mitchel; 
					340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 4Feb43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 18Oct43 while parked in collision by RP-47C 41-6076 at Seymour Johnson
				6029	(MSN 135)	
				6030	(MSN 136) 320th FS, 321st FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 10Sep43 due mechanical failure at Manchester, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6031	(MSN 137)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Damaged 9Feb43 when ground looped on take-off at Westover
				6032	(MSN 138)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, 
					New York City, NY; Accident 11Oct42 taking off at La Guardia
				6033	(MSN 139)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Forced landing with fuel starvation 8May43 near Hubbardston, MA
				6034	(MSN 140)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with RP-47B 41-6018 landing at Westover; 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 17Dec43 with RP-47B 41-6049 at Seymour Johnson
				6035	(MSN 141)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 21Jun43 after mid air collision with P-47B 41-6052 10 miles S of 
					Hartford, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6036	(MSN 142)	
				6037	(MSN 143)	To Força Aérea Brasileira for use as a ground instructional airframe; Flown on 
					delivery to Natal, Brazil arriving 16Oct44; Flown to Campos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, arriving 
					14Dec44; Flown to Cumbica Air Base 15Dec44; “Teco Teco”; 1º Grupo Misto de Instrução; 
					Reserialled June 1945 as 4103; Escola Técnica de Aviação, Sao Paulo; Withdrawn from use 1964; SOC 14Sep67
				6038	(MSN 144)	Muroc Field, CA
				6039	(MSN 145)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					destroyed 24Jan43 landing at Groton; Reclaimed at Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 13Mar46
				6040	(MSN 146)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Force landed 24Mar43 Hope Valley, RI; 495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; 
					Damaged by fire 9Mar44 at William Northern
				6041	(MSN 147)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 24Apr43 with engine failure near Marlboro, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6042	(MSN 148)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident landing 9Mar43 at Westover; Defense Plant Corporation, Ponca City Airport, OK 5May45
				6043	(MSN 149)	1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 6Apr43 landing at Westover; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; 
					Destroyed 1Feb44 when force landed with engine failure 5 miles W of Page
				6044	(MSN 150)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Forced landing 10Sep42 with fuel starvation at Barre, MA; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
				6045	(MSN 151)	1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 14Apr43 at Mitchel
				6046	(MSN 152)	495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 7Mar44 in collision with parked RP-47B 41-5946 at William Northern; 
					269th Base Unit, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Crashed 1Jun44 when spun in at Dexter, KS; Pilot killed
				6047	(MSN 153)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Mid air collision 12Oct42 with P-47B 41-6057 at Astoria, Long Island, NY; Pilot killed
				6048	(MSN 154)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 7Nov42 with engine failure at Hinsdale, CT
				6049	(MSN 155)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Forced landed 13Apr43 with engine failure near Norwich State Hospital, CT; 
					321st FS, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 17Dec43 with 
					RP-47B 41-6034 at Seymour Johnson; 305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, 
					Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 5Feb44 when ground looped landing at Dale Mabry; 
					Reclaimed at Pratt Field, KS 2Oct45
				6050	(MSN 156)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Mid air collision 22May43 with P-47 41-6072 near Holyoke, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6051	(MSN 157)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Forced landing 3Jan43 due bad weather near Montpellier, VT; Surveyed at Pocatello Field, ID June 4, 1944
				6052	(MSN 158)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 21Jun43 after mid air collision with P-47B 41-6035 10 miles S of Hartford, CT; Pilot killed
				6053	(MSN 159)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Forced landing 25Sep42 with engine failure at Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 321st FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 8Jun43 
					in collision with P-47B 41-6022 landing at Westover; Reclaimed at Eglin Field, FL October 31, 1945
				6054	(MSN 160)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 2Oct42 with P-47 41-5937 at Eastport, Long Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6055	(MSN 161)	
				6056	(MSN 162)	Reclaimed at Majors Field, TX January 28, 1947
				6057	(MSN 163)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Mid air collision 12Oct42 with P-47B 41-6047 at Astoria, Long Island, NY; 361st FS, 
					356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Field, CT; Damaged 12Mar43 in collision with an object 
					at New Haven; Redesignated RP-47B; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 26Apr43 in collision 
					with P-47B 41-5995 taxying at Bradley; 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Accident 16Jun44 Taxying at Strother
				6058	(MSN 164)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Field, CT; 
					Accident 4Mar43 landing at New Haven; Reclaimed at Lowry Field, Denver, CO November 28, 1945
				6059	(MSN 165)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 12Feb43 landing at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Forced landed with fuel starvation 11Apr43 
					near Wilbraham, MA; Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 30Oct43 with RP-47B 41-6006 
					W of Newbern, NC; Pilot bailed out
				6060	(MSN 166)	89th FS [150], 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 15Sep42 when ground looped landing at Mitchel; 2nd EEU, Crashed landed 
					14Jul43 with fuel starvation near McDonald, PA; Reclaimed at East Hartford, CT November 28, 1945
				6061	(MSN 167)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 30May43 near Mansfield, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6062	(MSN 168)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 27Oct42 when nosed over taxying at Mitchel; Forced landing 4Nov42 with 
					engine failure at Mitchel; 352nd FS [117], 353rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crash landed 18Feb43 with engine failure at Langley; Crash landed 
					19May43 with mechanical failure at Langley; RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 9, 1945
				6063	(MSN 169)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Force landed 3Oct42 with engine failure into the River Hudson near the George Washington Bridge, NY; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Mitchel Field October 12, 1943
				6064	(MSN 170)	CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Hill Field, UT March 15, 1944; parts recovered from crash 
					site New Jersey, stored pending decision on restoration, Bensenville IL 
41-6065			Republic XP-47E Thunderbolt
				MSN 171.  Last P-47B converted as XP-47E at factory 1942 to evaluate the R-2800-59 engine, a hinged canopy 
					and pressurized cockpit and, eventually, a new Hamilton Standard propeller. 
41-6066			Republic P-47C-1-RE Thunderbolt
				(MSN 172)	Prototype with fuselage modifications for the P-47C; 312th FS, 338th FG, 
					3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 1Nov42 when nosed over landing at Dale Mabry; Redesignated RP-47C; 						Perry Field, FL; Accident 2Nov43 in collision with P-47G 42-24981 landing at Perry; Surveyed at Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH April 19, 1945
41-6067/6123		Republic P-47C-RE Thunderbolt
				6067	(MSN 173)	This plane was the subject of an instructional film made by Republic Aviation on how to 
					assemble a new P-47 in field conditions using only basic tooling; 89th FS, 
					80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crashed 5Feb43 near 
					Brookhaven, NY; Pilot bailed out; 
				6068	(MSN 174)	Aircraft Radio Laboratory, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 15Jan44 12 miles SE of 
					Maxwell Field, AL; Pilot killed
				6069	(MSN 175)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 28Dec43 when ground looped landing at Pope Field, NC; 
					Surveyed at Richmond AAB, VA December 31, 1944
				6070	(MSN 176)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Force landed 26Mar43 at Groton; Redesignated RP-47C; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 18Oct43 on ground at Seymour Johnson; 
					Reclaimed at Strother Field, Winfield, KS June 7, 1946
				6071	(MSN 177)	
				6072	(MSN 178)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Mid air collision 22May43 with P-47 41-6050 near Holyoke, MA; Pilot killed
				6073	(MSN 179)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Force landing 26Sep42 at Bradley; Damaged 9Oct42 in collision with parked P-47C 41-6081 while taxying 
					at Bradley; RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 12, 1945
				6074	(MSN 180)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 27Jun43 near Stafford Springs, CT; Pilot bailed out.  Aircraft surveyed at Bradley Field Jun 29, 1943
				6075	(MSN 181)	Surveyed at Pocatello Field, ID June 4, 1944
				6076	(MSN 182)	[Code 277], Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident landing 11Jan43 at Westover; 322nd Fighter 
					Squadron, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 18Oct43 
					in collision with parked  RP-47B 41-6028 at Seymour Johnson; 262ndCombat Crew Training Squadron, 
					2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; Mid air collision 20Apr44 with a tow target at Bruning; 
					Reclaimed at Hill Field, UT June 15, 1945
				6077	(MSN 183)	476th FG, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Force landed 7Apr44 with engine failure at Redrock Auxiliary Field, AZ; 82nd FS, 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Surveyed at Westover Field, MA April 22, 1944
				6078	(MSN 184)	Wrecked at Groton Field, CT when overshot landing April 2, 1943; DBR
				6079	(MSN 185)	61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Damaged 30Oct42 in collision with L-3A 42-7810 taxying at Bridgeport; Surveyed at Westover, MA March 28, 1944
				6080	(MSN 186)	348th FG, 1st AF, Providence, RI; Crashed 24Jan43 with engine failure near 
					Branford, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6081	(MSN 187)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 9Oct42 while parked in collision by P-47C 41-6073 taxying at Bradley; 320th FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Mid air collision 12Jun43 with RP-47C 41-6088, the aircraft crashed 2 miles W of Torrington, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6082	(MSN 188)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 6Jan44 landing at Seymour Johnson; Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 29, 1945
				6083	(MSN 189)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 19Oct42 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 19Nov42 landing at Westover; 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 22Mar43 with engine failure near 
					Mount Tom Junction, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6084	(MSN 190)	RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK May 9, 1945
				6085	(MSN 191)	14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 17Feb44 landing at Venice; Surveyed February 18, 1944
				6086	(MSN 192)	61st FS [151], 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, 
					Chicopee, MA; Accident landing 12Jan43 at Westover; Redesignated RP-47C; 321st FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF; Damaged 10Sep43 in collision with an object 2 miles E of 
					Wareham, MA; 464th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					“Betty”; Surveyed at Pocatello Field, ID June 4, 1944
				6087	(MSN 193)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 2Apr43 when collided with P-47B 41-5976 landing at Groton; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 
					27Jun43 with engine failure near Hanover, VA; 331st SD, 1st AF, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed when force landed 26Jan44 at Norfolk Field, VA; Surveyed January 29, 1944
				6088	(MSN 194)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Mid air collision 12Jun43 with RP-47C 41-6081, 2 miles W of Torrington, CT; 
					RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 15, 1945
				6089	(MSN 195)	Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 7, 1945
				6090	(MSN 196)	Surveyed at Pocatello, ID June 4, 1944
				6091	(MSN 197)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 14Jun43 engine failure 3 miles N of Cumberland, LI, NY
				6092	(MSN 198)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 3May43 with engine failure on a beach at East Quogue, Long Island, NY; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Mitchel Field 8May43
				6093	(MSN 199)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Field, CT; 
					Crashed 7Apr43 after an inverted spin into Long Island Sound, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6094	(MSN 200) RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 20, 1945
				6095	(MSN 201)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 10Apr43 5 miles W of Easthampton, MA; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6096	(MSN 202)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 9Nov42 when engine failed taking off at Dale Mabry; Condemned at Dale Mabry December 31, 1942
				6097	(MSN 203)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Destroyed when force landed 5Nov42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Dale Mabry
				6098	(MSN 204)	256th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 15Sep44 with engine failure 
					9 miles N of Pocatello; Reclaimed at Pocatello November 8, 1944
				6099	(MSN 205)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 11Jan43 with engine failure 9 miles E of Tallahassee, FL; Surveyed at Hillsborough, FL March 25, 1944
				6100	(MSN 206)	Reclaimed at Peterson Field, CO July 17, 1945
				6101	(MSN 207)	305th FS [N12], 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Accident 10Mar43 landing at Cross City.  
				6102	(MSN 208)	NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia October 7, 1942 to December 1, 1942; 
					441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					damaged 6Oct43 landing at Perry; Surveyed at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA July 22, 1944
				6103	(MSN 209)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 6Dec42 in collision with P-47C 41-6107 and 41-6110 taxying at Dale Mabry; 265th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 4Sep44 with engine failure 5 miles NE of 
					American Falls, ID; Reclaimed at Pocatello, ID November 8, 1944
				6104	(MSN 210)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 24Mar43 at Cross City; Pilot killed
				6105	(MSN 211)	Surveyed at Dale Mabry Field, FL December 8, 1943
				6106	(MSN 212)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 14Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6119 taxying at Dale Mabry; RFC, 
					Ponca City Airport, OK June 14, 1945
				6107	(MSN 213)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 6Dec42 in collision with P-47C 41-6103 taxying at Dale Mabry; 306th FS, 
					Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 28Sep43 landing at Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Myrtle Beach Field, FL July 14, 1945
				6108	(MSN 214)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross 
					City Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 29Apr43 on take-off and destroyed by fire at Cross City; Pilot killed
				6109	(MSN 215)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed after take-off 31Jan43 one mile NE of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				6110	(MSN 216)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 6Dec42 in collision with P-47C 41-6103 taxying at Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Dale Mabry February 1, 1943
				6111	(MSN 217)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident landing 31Jan43 at Dale Mabry; Redesignated RP-47C; 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, 
					Baton Rouge, LA; crashed 1Apr44 close to Harding Field; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA January 27, 1945
				6112	(MSN 218)	56th FS, 54th FG, 3rd AF, Bartow Field, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Force landed 15Nov43 with engine failure at Bartow
				6113	(MSN 219)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 22Jun43 with engine failure at 5 miles SW of Dale Mabry; 
					72nd SUI, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 13Nov44 
					taxying at Harding; Reclaimed at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA June 15, 1945
				6114	(MSN 220)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 31Oct42 landing at Dale Mabry; Damaged 2Jan43 on take-off at Dale Mabry; 216th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Damaged 28Jun44 landing at Wendover; Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 29, 1945
				6115	(MSN 221)	RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK May 23, 1945
				6116	(MSN 222)	304th FS, 337th FG, 3rd AF, Pinellas Field, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 7Jun43 at Pinellas; Crash landed 13Jun43 with engine failure at Pinellas; 
					surveyed June 16,1943
				6117	(MSN 223)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 5Nov42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry; 306th FS, Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Accident 2Jul43 landing at Dale Mabry; Damaged 20Aug43 while parked in collision with AT-6A 41-16847 
					at Dale Mabry; Crashed 16Jan44 at Bainbridge AAB, GA; Pilot bailed out.  To CL-26 at Cross City AB, FL Jan 17, 1944.
				6118	(MSN 224)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 17Dec42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry; Reclaimed at Strother, KS June 7, 1946
				6119	(MSN 225)	4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Damaged 21Dec42 when nosed over taxying at New Castle; 441st FS, 338th FG, 
					3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 14Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6106 
					taxying at Dale Mabry; 305th FS, Crashed 5Jul43 2 miles NW of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed; 
					surveyed July 6, 1943
				6120	(MSN 226)	263rdCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Force landed 23Jan45 at Majors Field, TX; RFC, 
					Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 25, 1945
				6121	(MSN 227)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Damaged 1Jul43 in collision with P-47C 41-6315 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Waycross, GA; 
					crashed 19Sep43 after engine failure into a forest during an attempted forced landing 6 miles S of 
					Millwood, GA; Pilot killed
				6122	(MSN 228)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 14Nov42 with structural failure at Silver Lake, FL; Pilot bailed out
				6123	(MSN 229)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 22Nov42 landing at Dale Mabry; Redesignated RP-47C; 263rd Base Unit, 72nd Fighter Wing, 2nd AF, 
					Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Force landed 5May44 with fuel starvation 2 miles SW of Harding
41-6124/6177		Republic P-47C-1-RE Thunderbolt
				6124	(MSN 230)	ASTB, Wright Field, Dayton, OH;  Dove in and crashed 4Dec42 at Patterson Field, OH; Pilot killed
				6125	(MSN 231)	Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 3Jul43 due structural failure near Greenville, OH; 
					Pilot Perry J. Ritchie bailed out, making the longest free-fall parachute jump up to that date. 
					The pilot had been carrying out a series of twenty terminal velocity dives, some from 38,000 ft, 
					to gather technical aeronautical research data on drag, compression and Mach number. On the final dive, 
					excessive heating by the turbo-charger severed a vital control linkage to the tail. 
					At 32,000 ft, with no elevator control, but at the relatively low speed of 250 mph, the pilot 
					forced open the canopy and bailed out. He noticed that the tail of the airplane was on fire; 
					it was found hung up in a tree 3/4 of a mile from the main wreckage.
				6126	(MSN 232)	[26], 56th FG, 1st AF; Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Air Materiel Command, 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Accident 19Dec42 with engine failure taking off at Patterson Field, OH
				6127	(MSN 233)	Proof Department, Tactical Combat Section, Army AFs Proving Ground Command, 
					Eglin Field, FL; Used to determine the relative tactical value of the P-47C-1 type aircraft for 
					Combat service, October 27, 1942 to November 26, 1942; 81st FS [N45], 50th Fighter 
					Group, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Force landed 27Nov42 at Orlando; 
					445th FS, 50th FG; Forced landing 19Jul43 at Orlando; 29th Headquarters 
					Squadron, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Damaged by fire 28Mar44 landing at 
					Raleigh Durham Field, NC; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6128	(MSN 234)	Proof Department, Tactical Combat Section, Army AFs Proving Ground Command, 
					Eglin Field, FL; Used to determine the relative tactical value of the P-47C-1 type aircraft 
					for combat service, October 27, 1942 to November 26, 1942; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Forced landing 29Sep44 at Bluethenthal; Reclaimed at Bluethenthal January 8, 1946
				6129	(MSN 235)	Proof Department, Tactical Combat Section, Army AFs Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, FL; 
					Used to determine the relative tactical value of the P-47C-1 type aircraft for combat service, 
					October 27, 1942 to November 26, 1942; 859th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Ground accident 19Jul43 at Matagorda; RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6130	(MSN 236)	National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Assigned October 24, 1942 to August 15, 1944;  RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 26, 1945
				6131	(MSN 237)	Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 27Nov42 at 
					Patterson Field, OH; Pilot killed
				6132	(MSN 238)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 20Dec42 landing at Bradley Field, CT; 368th FS, 
					359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 18May43 landing at Grenier; 
					311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 17Jun43 with fuel starvation at Scituate, RI
				6133	(MSN 239)	RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6134	(MSN 240)	538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Destroyed 2Mar44 landing at Bluethenthal
				6135	(MSN 241)	34th FS [305], 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 487th FS [305]; 448th FS, 83rd FG, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Redesignated RP-47C; Damaged 1Feb44 taxying at Dover; 
					125th Base Unit, Accident 14May44 taking off at Dover; Force landed 14Aug44 with fuel starvation 
					in a tomato patch close to Dover; Mid air collision 26Jan45 with a towed target 3 miles E of 
					Bethany Beach, DE; RFC, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN April 17, 1945
				6136	(MSN 242)	61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Force landed 2Nov42 with engine failure at Northford, CT; 376th FS, 361st FG, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 5Aug43 in collision with P-47D 42-22556 taxying at 
					Millville; Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 26Mar43 due engine failure near Camp Springs AAF, MD; Pilot bailed out
				6137	(MSN 243)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Destroyed 13Jan43 landing at Westover
				6138	(MSN 244)	132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, Long Island, NY; Accident 3Sep44 landing at 
					Suffolk County; Damaged 6Jan45 by bird strike 5 miles SE of Mattituck, NY; RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 6, 1945
				6139	(MSN 245)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 8Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 3Feb44 when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 7Apr44 landing at Matagorda Peninsula; 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, 
					Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; Damaged 12May44 landing at Matagorda; 2539th Base Unit, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, TX; Damaged 1May45 taxying at Palacios Auxiliary 
					Field, TX; RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6140	(MSN 246)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 3Feb43 with P-47C 41-6291 at Millville, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6141	(MSN 247)	61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Destroyed 3Nov42 when force landed with engine failure at Long Island Sound, CT
				6142	(MSN 248)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 15Jan43 after pilot lost control at Camp Upton, NY; Pilot killed
				6143	(MSN 249)	486th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 7May43 while parked at Farmingdale; CL-26 ground instructional airframe at 
					Chanute Field June 16, 1943
				6144	(MSN 250)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 26Mar43 landing at Groton; Accident 13Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6172 taking 
					off at Groton; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crash landed 24May43 with engine failure at 
					Suffield, CT; 535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Crashed 30Mar44 in collision with P-47D 42-8198 landing at Camp Springs; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 24Aug44 landing at Camp Springs
				6145	(MSN 251)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 23Feb43 with engine failure at Groton Field, Groton, CT
				6146	(MSN 252)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Ditched 8Jan43 near Port Jefferson, NY
				6147	(MSN 253)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 7Apr43 landing at Farmingdale; 369th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 9May43 in collision with P-47D 42-8191 
					taking off at Grenier; 311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Crashed 1Sep43 with fuel starvation at Holland, MA; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6148	(MSN 254)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crash landed 7Feb43 with fuel starvation at Farmingdale; CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe February 8, 1943
				6149	(MSN 255)	2143rd Base Unit, Tuskegee Field, AL; Accident 15Jan45 taking off at Peel Field, 
					Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, FL
				6150	(MSN 256)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 11Jul43 in collision taxying at Hillsgrove Field; 132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 28Jul44 landing at Suffolk County; Reclaimed at Chanute Field, IL June 7, 1946
				6151	(MSN 257)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 22Feb43 
					when hit a truck during take-off at Groton. The aircraft crash landed without one wheel; 
					310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 17Jul43 into the Taunton River, Somerset, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6152	(MSN 258)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 20Dec42 with engine failure and destroyed at New Haven, CT; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe December 28, 1942
				6153	(MSN 259)	340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 16Dec42 with engine failure and destroyed at East Longmeadow, MA
				6154	(MSN 260)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 4May43 near Ledyard, CT; Pilot killed
				6155	(MSN 261)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Destroyed 4Apr43 landing at Groton.  Repaired (?); to DPC at Bush Field, GA Dec 7, 1945 
				6156	(MSN 262)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 24Oct43 taxying at Groton; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3,1945
				6157	(MSN 263)	395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Damaged 12Oct43 taking off at Suffolk County; 134th Base Unit, 
					Oscoda Field, MI; Force landed 12Aug44 with engine failure at Oscoda; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					134th Base Unit; Damaged 11Oct44 by structural failure at Oscoda; Reclaimed at Selfridge Field, MI April 21, 1945
				6158	(MSN 264)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; 
					Accident 13May43 landing at Grenier; 311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Mid air collision 18Jul43 with a towed target at Hillsgrove Field; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 12Nov43 landing at Suffolk County; Accident 15Mar44 taxying at Suffolk County; 
					132nd Base Unit; Ditched 22Apr44 after engine failure into Shinnecock Bay, Quogue, Long Island, NY; 
					Reclaimed at Bradley Field, CT October 2, 1945
				6159	(MSN 265)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 26Feb43 with engine failure and destroyed at Mitchel Field, NY
				6160	(MSN 266)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 7Feb43 landing at Mitchel; 368th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6638 
					taxying at Grenier; Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 9Aug43 when overshot 
					landing at Farmingdale; CL-26 ground instructional airframe, August 24, 1943
				6161	(MSN 267)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Force landed 25Jan43 and destroyed by fire near Orlando
				6162	(MSN 268)	335th FS [WD-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Reclaimed at Eglin Field, FL October 31, 1945
				6163	(MSN 269)	359th FS [165], 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 23Apr43 landing at Groton; 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 12Jun43 taxying by ground staff at Richmond; 135th Base Unit, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Accident 26Mar45 landing at Millville; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 15, 1945
				6164	(MSN 270)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 1Mar43 landing at Mitchel Field, NY; Crash landed 10Apr43 near Mitchel. 
					During a mock dogfight, another P-47 collided with this aircraft, chopping off parts of one wing 
					and the fuselage. The pilot crash landed on an athletics field; aircraft surveyed at Groton Field, CT March 2, 1944
				6165	(MSN 271)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 3Apr43 landing at Farmingdale; 368th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Crashed 5May43 after engine failure at Auburn, NH; Pilot bailed out
				6166	(MSN 272)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 29Apr43 after engine failure at Groton; RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 29, 1945
				6167	(MSN 273)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY;
					 Accident 26Dec42 landing at La Guardia; 359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Destroyed 9Apr43 when overshot landing at Groton; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
 					April 12, 1943
				6168	(MSN 274)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 6Apr43 landing at Groton; RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 7, 1945
				6169	(MSN 275)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 21Mar43 landing at Groton; Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 4Jun43 
					landing at Mitchel; 378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT;
					Mid air collision 21Sep43 with a towed target on the Gunnery Range D, Suffolk, Long Island, NY; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 6Nov43 at Mitchel; 538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Redesignated RP-47C; Crash landed 15Feb44 with fuel starvation 
					at Northwest, NC; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 11May44 on the Ground Gunnery Range, Bluethenthal, NC; Force landed 11Jun44 and 
					destroyed 5 miles N of Wrightsville Beach, NC.  Surveyed at Bluethenthal AAF, NC Jun 12, 1944.
				6170	(MSN 276)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Destroyed 22Mar43 landing at Groton; CL-26 ground instructional airframe April 8, 1943
				6171	(MSN 277)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 12Nov42, did not pull out of test dive near Stratford, CT; Pilot killed
				6172	(MSN 278)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Damaged 14Jan43 when ground looped taking off at La Guardia; 359th FS, 356th FG, 
					1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident 13Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6144 taking off at Groton; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe April 21, 1943 
				6173	(MSN 279)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 21Jun43 after engine failure taking off at Mitchel; 323rd FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 12Jan44 in bad weather at 
					New Tazewell, TN; Reclaimed at Rome Field, NY July 3, 1946
				6174	(MSN 280)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Mid air collision 12Apr43 with P-47C 41-6634 and crashed offshore into Narragansett Bay, near 
					Apponaug, RI; Pilot killed
				6175	(MSN 281)	397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 10Sep43 after engine failure into Great Neck Bay, City Island, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out; CL-26 ground instructional airframe October 15, 1943
				6176	(MSN 282)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 2Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 123rd Base Unit, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Mid air collision 26Aug44 with P-47D 42-22596, 4 miles N of Seymour Johnson; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945
				6177	(MSN 283)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 9May43 when the engine failed on approach to land and the aircraft spun 
					in at Hempstead, NY; Pilot killed.  Aircraft condemned at Mitchel Field, NY May 13, 1943.
41-6178/6305		Republic P-47C-2-RE Thunderbolt
				6178	(MSN 284)	335th FS [WD-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, 312th Ferrying Squadron, 
					27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; 
					Damaged 14May44 on take-off at Langford Lodge; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared War Weary; Crashed 15Sep44 Dovedale road, 
					Stoneygate, Leicester; Pilot and a civilian were killed; Salvaged September 16, 1944
				6179	(MSN 285)	82nd FS [MX-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Accident 29Jul43 landing at Duxford. P-47C 41-6201 had landed but the engine stalled and could not 
					be restarted before turning off the runway. It was abandoned at the far end of the landing runway 
					until staff could be found to remove it. Failing to hear radio warnings from Flying Control, this 
					aircraft landed unaware of the obstruction. Reaching the end of the runway, the pilot had to brake 
					hard causing the aircraft to nose over, damaging the propeller and engine. Crash landed 17Aug43 
					after engine failure at Duxford. The engine did not develop full power but the pilot waited too 
					late to abort takeoff so he lifted off but the aircraft swung and demolished the windsock 
					with a wing tip. Having leveled off, the pilot tried to hold his altitude but the engine was still 
					losing power. The aircraft force landed about one mile SE of the field and struck the ground so 
					hard that the engine and airframe came to rest 40 yards apart. Pilot suffered only minor injuries.
				6180	(MSN 286)	336th FS [VF-U], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Missouri Mauler"; condemned August 10, 1944
				6181	(MSN 287)	335th FS [WD-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Stinky"; Crashed 3Apr43 attempting a forced landing at RAF Sawbridgeworth when the aircraft 
					developed engine trouble while on a local flight, the engine cut out completely at 150’ and 
					the aircraft went straight in; Pilot killed; Condemned May 31, 1944
				6182	(MSN 288)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 335th FS [WD-X], 
					4th FG, Debden, Station 356; Condemned September 29, 1945
				6183	(MSN 289)	336th FS [VF-O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Mike II” / “Red Dog" [nick name of the pilot] - artwork of Walt Disney's 'Pluto' (who was 
					tinged scarlet to match the name) happily urinating on a Nazi flag; Damaged 13Dec43 on take-off 
					at Debden; 23rd Depot Repair Squadron, 2nd Air Depot Group, 9th AF, Kingston Bagpuise, 
					Station 403; Crashed 15Jul44 at Kingston Bagpuise; Pilot killed; Condemned July 15, 1944
				6184	(MSN 290)	336th FS [VF-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Texas" - artwork of a Steer; [VF-F]; "Well? - Old Rocking Chair” / “E.L."; 396th FS, 
					368th FG, 9th AF, Mid air collision 15Dec44 with P-47D 44-20557 near Lens, Belgium; 
					Declared war weary; Modified as a two-seat hack; Condemned July 31, 1946
				6185	(MSN 291)	335th FS [WD-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Condemned February 27, 1944
				6186	(MSN 292)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Forced landing 29Jan43 after engine failure near Northampton; DBR
				6187	(MSN 293)	334th FS [QP-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Quack" - artwork of a heavily armed duck; [QP-E]; "Uncle Den" - artwork of Dogpatch cartoon; 
					87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Damaged 5Jul44 by mechanical failure on take-off at Warton; Condemned September 29, 1945
				6188	(MSN 294)	Headquarters Squadron, VIII Fighter Command, RAF Bovingdon; Damaged 30Dec42 taxying 
					in collision with a RAF Hurricane landing at RAF Odiham; 82nd FS [MX-U], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; On 26Nov43 the aircraft was 
					despatched with others from 78th FG to provide escort to bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany. 
					The aircraft was shot down by OBfw Hans Venderveerd in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/3 and crashed near 
					Dampierre-en-Bray, France. The pilot bailed out over Beauvais, France and managed to evade 
					capture, he returned to England on 3Feb44.  MACR 1441
				6189	(MSN 295)	62nd FS [LM-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Mid air collision 22Aug43 soon after take-off on a training flight with P-47C 41-6224 and 
					crashed into fields near Sotherton Corner, Halesworth; Pilot was too low to bail out and was killed; 
					Condemned August 24, 1943
				6190	(MSN 296)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Damaged 29Jan43 taxying at Debden; 335th FS; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-V], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 1Sep44 landing at Atcham; Operational Training Replacement Unit, Atcham; 
					Crash landed 16Nov44 with fuel starvation in bad weather at Tracy-le-Mont, France; Condemned November 24, 1944
				6191	(MSN 297)	334th FS [QP-Q], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crash landed 19Jun43 at Debden. Returning from a local flight, the main landing gear was not fully extended. 
					The gear collapsed upon touchdown and the fighter suffered a badly damaged propeller in addition to damage 
					to the landing gear and lower fuselage. 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, 
					Chilbolton, Station 404; Accident 23Mar44 landing at Chilbolton; 397th FS [D3-Z], 
					368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Accident 20Jul44 landing at Cardonville; 
					Pilot killed; Condemned July 21, 1944
				6192	(MSN 298)	336th FS [VF-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Lollapoluza"; 
					condemned February 17, 1945
				6193	(MSN 299)	62nd FS [LM-B], 56th FG, 8th AF;  "Ginger"; Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 23Sep43 due mechanical failure landing at RAF Thorney Island; 2nd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 
					496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Accident 4Feb44 landing at Goxhill. 
					The pilot was making his first flight on the type. Whilst downwind to land, the undercarriage was 
					lowered and the pilot reduced the throttle. The engine did not appear to respond, so the pilot tried 
					full/half/full throttle, still with no response from the engine, so he elected to crash-land about 
					500 yards north-east of the airfield. The accident was found to have been caused by the pilot 
					not being familiar with the lag in response between throttle movement and engine response on the type. 
					XIX Tactical Air Command, 8th AF, "Miss Patricia B"
				6194	(MSN 300)	336th FS [VF-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Death Takes A Holiday"; Mickey Mouse artwork; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Kingsnorth, Station 418; Damaged by flak and crashed 20Jul44 near Beaubec-la-Rosière, France; Pilot killed
					MACR 10666
				6195	(MSN 301)	334th FS [QP-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Accident 18Sep43 when ground looped at Debden; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 8Jul44 when pilot lost control 8 miles 
					SW of Denbigh Moors, Wales. During formation Immelman manoeuvre, aborted manoeuvre and in recovery aircraft 
					stalled and 'flicked' into a spin and crased close to Aled Isfa reservoir; Pilot bailed out; Salvaged July 9, 1944
				6196	(MSN 302)	334th FS [QP-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [QP-P]; 
					Artwork of kicking Mule; Shot down 4May43 by Obfw Johann Edmann in Fw 109A of JG 26/8  and crashed into 
					Scheldt-estuary off Breskens, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out but at too low an altitude for his chute to 
					deploy and was killed
				6197	(MSN 303)	336th FS [VF-Q], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Trishie II"; 
					condemned January 18, 1946
				6198	(MSN 304)	82nd FS [MX-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Combat damaged 14May43 during an escort mission for B-17 bombers when attacked by Fw 190 fighters 
					near Sint-Niklaas, Belgium; Ditched in North Sea near Anvers, Belgium; Pilot POW; condemned October 31, 1944
				6199	(MSN 305)	63rd FS [UN-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					The pilot was despatched to provide withdrawal support for B-17 formations returning from a mission to 
					Emden, Germany. Shot down 27Sep43 by Oblt Heinz Knoke in Bf 109G-6/R2 of JG 11/5 near Osteel, Germany. 
					Pilot killed; MACR 747 and 666.  The fighter was equipped with the new 108 gallon, paper drop-tank, the first time this 
					drop-tank had been used
				6200	(MSN 306)	334th FS [00], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					336th FS, Crashed 1Feb43 after the aircraft caught fire at Balsham, Cambridgeshire, England; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6201	(MSN 307)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, "Pappy"; 84th Fighter 
					Squadron [WZ-O; WZ-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; condemned September 20, 1945
				6202	(MSN 308)	334th FS [QP-T], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Damaged 25Aug43 by structural failure at Debden; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-E], 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 24Apr44 at Overly Hill, near Atcham; 
					Declared war weary; Damaged 23Jul44 in collision with P-47D 42-74728 taxying at Atcham; 
					Accident 19Oct44 at Atcham; Condemned October 20, 1944
				6203	(MSN 309)	63rd FS [UN-J], 56th FG, 8th AF, "The Flying Ute" / "Windy"; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 20Jan44 landing at RAF Templeton; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-P then H], 
					495th Fighter Training Group; Mid air collision 26May44 with P-47D 42-8562 near Newport; 
					Mid air collision 8Jul44 with P-47D 42-74720 and crashed near Llangollen, Wales; Condemned July 9, 1944
				6204	(MSN 310)	334th FS [04], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [QP-M]; 
					Artwork of Red Devil; Shot down 15Apr43 by Fw 190A-5 flown by Lt Ernst Heesen of JG 1/5 and crashed 
					into North Sea off Ostend, Belgium; Pilot killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6205	(MSN 311)	357th FS [OS-O], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 
					84th FS [WZ-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Declared war weary; [K then J], 492nd Bomb Group, 8th AF, Harrington, Station 179; "The Jug"; 
					Condemned July 18, 1945
				6206	(MSN 312)	334th FS [06], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					335th FS [WD-H], 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 2Feb44 during local aerobatics training flight 
					one mile E of Condover, Shropshire; Pilot killed
				6207	(MSN 313)	335th FS [WD-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Mark II"; Shot down 7Sep43 by flak while chasing a Fw 190 near Hulst, Belgium while on a mission 
					to escort B-17s attacking Brussels, Belgium; Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6208	(MSN 314)	83rd FS [HL-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Artwork of Bugs Bunny; Shot down 14May43 by Fw 190A-5 near Vlissingen, Netherlands and crashed 
					into North Sea off Knocke, Belgium; Pilot bailed out and became POW; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6209	(MSN 315)	(4th FG, 334th FS, then 56th FG) was 56th FG Col Hub Zemke's personal aircraft. Took part in first combat in 
					ETO for the P-47, dated Mar 10, 1943.  62nd FS [LM-C], 56th FG, 8th AF; Combat damaged 
					30Jul43 by Fw 190A and crashed at Oude-Tonge, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out but was drowned; MACR 218.
					Crash site found April 2007, parts recovered.
				6210	(MSN 316)	83rd FS [HL-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Upstairs Cat"; Shot down 11Apr44 by flak while strafing locomotives near Lingen, Germany, exploded 
					and crashed at Seeste, NW of Osnabrück, Germany; MACR 3751; Pilot killed
				6211	(MSN 317)	61st FS [HV-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Jackie" (L), 
					Artwork - Jack of Hearts (R); Shot down 1Dec43 by Oblt Rudolf Leuschel in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/8 at 
					Bavegem, Belgium; MACR 1432; Pilot POW
				6212	(MSN 318)	334th FS [QP-I], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356. 
					On 2Sep43 the pilot was despatched on a mission to escort B-17 bombers to the airfield at Beauvais. 
					The fighters were ambushed by 22 German Fw 190 fighters and this fighter was shot down near Formerie 
					and crashed at Dancourt, between Dieppe and Amiens, France; Pilot MIA
				6213	(MSN 319)	 Base Air Depot No.2, 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; Mid air 
					collision 1Feb43 with P-47C 41-6348 near Desford; Pilot killed
				6214	(MSN 320)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 335th FS [WD-F], 
					4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Condemned November 30, 1944
				6215	(MSN 321)	62nd FS [LM-K], 56th FG, 8th AF; Donald Duck artwork; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-R], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Declared war weary; Mid air collision 6Sep44 with P-47D 42-7936 near Atcham; 
					Operational Training Replacement Unit; Force landed 16Nov44 low on fuel in bad weather 
					near L'Aray, France, pilot survived; Aircraft condemned November 22, 1944
				6216	(MSN 322)	63rd FS [UN-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					“Slipstream” - artwork of the Big Bad Wolf in fancy dress; Damaged 27Mar43 in collision with parked 
					RAF Oxford at RAF Shipdham; During a mission 19Aug43 to provide fighter cover for a B-17 formation 
					withdrawing from an attack on the German airfield at Gilze-Rijen, Holland, the fighter sustained 
					an engine failure. The pilot stayed with the aircraft and ditched it in the North Sea off the Dutch 
					coast at Oosterschelde.  MACR 297.  Pilot was rescued by a German patrol boat and held as a POW.
				6217	(MSN 323)	82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Accident 5Mar43 landing at Goxhill. After an aerobatics session, the pilot approached to land 
					but did not use landing flaps and ignored a red light from airfield control. Landing long and fast, 
					the aircraft did not slow down, the right brake failed and the aircraft ran off the runway and 
					nosed over into a ditch. The left wing was buckled, the propeller blades were bent and the engine 
					was shock loaded when it was stopped by the propeller striking the ground. 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-U], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Mid air collision 22Nov43 near Atcham, England; Crash landed 23Jan44 low on fuel in bad weather near Atcham; 
					Accident 26Jun44 landing at Atcham
				6218	(MSN 324)	82nd FS [MX-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Ranny"; 
					Damaged by flak 14May43 and crashed into North Sea; Pilot bailed out but killed;
					Conflict: 
					Crashed 14Jul43 off Newhaven. While escorting bombers which attacked an airfield at Amiens, Second 
					Lieutenant DeGenaro destroyed two Fw 190s and damaged another. During combat Degenaro went to the 
					assistance of a comrade who was being attacked by an enemy airplane, even though he knowingly 
					subjected himself to violent attack. He successfully warded off the threat to his comrade, whose life 
					he probably saved. DeGenaro himself was then immediately set upon by hostile airplanes, and after 
					taking violent evasive action found himself at a low altitude surrounded by a large formation of 
					enemy fighters. In the ensuing battle he succeeded in destroying one fighter but sustained serious 
					damage to the aircraft by Maj. Wilhelm-Ferdinand Galland in FW-190A-6 of JG 26/II. Stab. DeGenaro 
					was severely wounded in both hands, His right knee and both ankles. Because of his injuries, he had 
					to fly his Thunderbolt with his forearms. His instruments were shot out, his right aileron was gone, 
					his right wing was badly shot up, and his tail surfaces were damaged. Although barely able to maneuver 
					the plane, he found the English Channel and headed across, ducking into low clouds to evade three 
					pursuing Fw 190s which followed him almost to the British coast. He had planned on making a crash 
					landing, but after crossing the coast he discovered his safety belt was unfastened (he had unhooked it 
					in combat) and was unable to fasten it again because of his wounds. Realizing that bailing out over land 
					would mean his aircraft would crash into a coastal town, he headed out to sea again, bailing out in 
					view of a fishing boat ['Little Old Lady'] which then rescued him. With great courage Lieutenant 
					DeGenaro risked drowning rather than let his plane crash into a town. Degenaro was awarded the 
					Distinguished Service Cross
				6219	(MSN 325)	82nd FS [24], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; [MX-A]; 
					"Ajax" / "Rocket Jo"; "May Day"; [MX-C]; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Crash landed 8Sep44 with 
					structural failure at Atcham
				6220	(MSN 326)	82nd FS [MX-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Damaged 3May43 while taxying in collision with parked P-47C 41-6365 at Duxford. This aircraft 
					was late in joining the flight at the end of the runway. Attempting to take up position as wing man 
					on the leader, this aircraft braked and turned with its left wing going over the top of the other 
					aircraft's right wing and into the propeller. 61st FS [HV-O], 56th FG, 
					8th AF, “Joker"; Salvaged September 8, 1944
				6221	(MSN 327)	61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 1May43 landing at Horsham St Faith; 83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, 
					Duxford, Station 357; Shot down 1Dec43 by Fw 190A-6 flown by Oblt Rudolf Leuschel of JG 26/8 at 
					Bavegem, Belgium; MACR 1432.  Pilot survived and became POW; Aircraft condemned April 12, 1944
				6222	(MSN 328)	82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					“Mud Creeker" [named from the muddy creek at the pilot’s ranch at Ringling, OK]; 
					While escorting bombers attacking Amiens airfield, France 14Jul43, the P-47 was shot at in error 
					by a B-17F gunner. Later shot down by a Fw 190 6 miles N of Amiens, crashed at Bouin-Plumoison, 
					3.5km W of Hesdin, France. MACR 35.  The pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				6223	(MSN 329)	84th FS [WZ-L then F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Isabel"; Crash landed 19Apr43 at Duxford; Crashed 13Mar44 at Podington, Station 109. The aircraft 
					was one of a pair carrying out camera gunnery simulated combat. At the end of the session, both pilots 
					carried out simulated attacks on a passing B-24 Liberator. As this P-47 was making an attack, 
					the pilot of the other P-47 made an attack on this P-47. The pilot pressed the trigger to operate the 
					gun camera but 48 rounds of ammunition were fired at this P-47. The other pilot had closed his 
					aircraft's intercoolers and is believed to have failed to safety the gun switch which is similar. 
					This aircraft pulled into a steep climb, stalled and then dived vertically at high speed, crashing 
					close to the 92nd Bomb Group headquarters at Podington. The pilot was possibly injured or 
					killed by 'friendly fire' and failed to bail out before the aircrat was destroyed on hitting the ground.
				6224	(MSN 330)	335th FS [WD-C], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [WD-X]; 
					62nd FS [LM-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Two Roll Charlie" (L) "Jean of Crescent City" (R); Mid air collision 22Aug43 soon after take-off on 
					a training flight with P-47C 41-6189 and crashed into fields near Sotherton Corner, Halesworth; 
					Pilot was too low to bail out and was killed.
				6225	(MSN 331)	335th FS [WD-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crash landed 28Jun43 at Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-M], 
					6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 25Oct43 landing at Atcham; 
					Accident 29Feb44 landing at Atcham; Accident 6Apr44 landing at Atcham; Crash landed 19Jun44 
					with engine failure at Thresholds Farm, Picklescott, near Church Stretton, Shropshire.
				6226	(MSN 332)	335th FS [WD-I], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Condemned October 31, 1945; To Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England for vibrograph tests
				6227	(MSN 333)	63rd FS [UN-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Crashed 25Apr43 when the pilot lost control in a thunderstorm on Horsehill Tor, Edale near 
					Chapel en le Frith, England; Pilot bailed out. On a routine flight from Norfolk to Liverpool and back, 
					the pilot was on the return leg when he encountered vile weather. He tried turning back, but his 
					P-47C was thrown about and went into a powered spiral dive. The disoriented pilot just managed 
					to bail out, but his parachute caught on the tailplane. Luckily it broke free, though a ripped 
					chute meant a quick and heavy landing for the airman. Condemned October 31, 1944
				6228	(MSN 334)	84th FS [WZ-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Mid air collision 2May43 near Sutton; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-P], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Crash landed 5Sep44 with fuel starvation at Atcham, England; 
					Condemned September 7, 1944
				6229	(MSN 335)	83rd FS [HL-J], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Percy"; 
					Crashed 8Mar44 on return from a combat mission in poor visibility at Watering Farm between Needham Market 
					and Creeting St Mary, Suffolk. Letting down through cloud as a flight, the pilot lost sight of other aircraft 
					and was seen to come out of the cloud base in a vertical dive, crashing between a small stream and a road, 
					exploding and setting fire to a haystack. The pilot was killed. Maitland Road, to the east of Needham Market, 
					is named after Lt. George Maitland of the USAAF who crashed his P-47 here rather than hit the town.
				6230	(MSN 336)	63rd FS [UN-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"Holy Joe"; Crash landed 17May43 near RAF Gransden Lodge; 358th FS [YF-P], 
					355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 377th FS, 
					362nd FG, 9th AF, Lashenden, Station 410; Lost 29Jan44 in combat with JG-26 
					Fw 190s near Limburg, Belgium; MACR 2083.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6231	(MSN 337)	62nd FS [LM-E], 56th FG, 8th AF; Artwork of Alley Oop; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 25Jun44 when it hit trees at Black Lion Farm, Church Pulverbatch; Pilot killed; Aircraft
					condemned June 26, 1944
				6232	(MSN 338)	61st FS [HV-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Bunkin", Artwork - Superman hitting Hitler; Shot down 3Sep43 by Fw 190A flown by Oblt Waldermar Radener 
					of JG 26/6 at Meaux, France; MACR 472.  Pilot bailed out and evaded captuere.
				6233	(MSN 339)	335th FS [WD-C then O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Force landed 2Sep43 with engine failure at Debden; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Mid air collision 23Sep44 
					with P-47D 42-74640 at Green Farm, Tibberton, England; Pilot killed; Condemned September 24, 1944
				6234	(MSN 340)	62nd FS [LM-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Thumbs Up Doc" (L) "Sugar Baby" (R); Damaged 8Sep43 taxying by ground crew at Halesworth; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-A], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 9Jan44 with engine failure during a local training flight, the aircraft broke out of 
					undercast too low and crashed into a plowed field near Wymeswold, Loughborough; Declared war weary; 
					Crashed 23Jul44 in Irish Sea off Nefyn, Wales; Pilot killed; Condemned July 24, 1944
				6235	(MSN 341)	61st FS [HV-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"Half Pint"; Accident 16Apr43 landing at Horsham St Faith; Severely damaged by enemy action June 26, 1943. 
					One of the 56th's worst setbacks occurred when 48 P-47Cs left Horsham St. Faith to provide escort for 
					Eighth AF bombers returning from a mission against Villacoublay airfield, near Paris. 
					As the P-47s approached the rendezvous point near Forges, they were jumped from above and behind by 
					16 Fw 190As of III Gruppe, JG.2. The Americans scattered, and 2nd Lt. Robert S. Johnson, flying at the 
					rear of the 61st Squadron's formation, was hit on the Germans' first pass, a 20mm shell exploding 
					in his cockpit and rupturing his hydraulic system. Burned and blinded by hydraulic fluid, Johnson 
					tried to bail out, but could not open his shattered canopy. As he dove for the Channel, he became 
					one of three victories claimed that day by the Gruppenfuhrer of III/JG.2, Oberst Egon Mayer, who 
					claimed to have come close enough to make out the call letters HV-P of Johnson's plane. As Johnson 
					tried to fly home, he caught the attention of Major Georg-Peter Eder, another Fw-190A pilot who had 
					just recently transferred to II/JG.26. Eder's 20mm cannons were jammed, but he followed Johnson 
					halfway across the Channel, riddling the American's plane with 7.62mm bullets until he finally ran 
					out of ammunition. Eder then brought his Fw-190 alongside the crippled ship, shook his head in 
					disbelief that it was still in the air, then rocked his wings in salute and peeled off for home. 
					Thanks to the P-47's ruggedness--plus sheer luck--the wounded Johnson was able to reach England, 
					landing safely after a ground loop at RAF Manston, Kent. Picked up by a squadron mate - who was 
					flying an unfamiliar British plane that almost crashed along the way - Johnson got back to Horsham 
					just in time to hear Nazi radio propagandist William Joyce, aka Lord Haw Haw, interviewing Eder. 
					The German pilot described the incident in detail - again including reference to Johnson's call 
					letters, HV-P and claimed to have seen his victim hit the water just short of England. 
					Headquarters Squadron, 67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					Damaged 11Nov43 taxying at King’s Cliffe; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th Air AF, 	
					Brucheville [A-16], France; Crashed 13Aug44 at Carrouges, 21km SW of Argentan, France; MACR 8574.  Pilot killed
				6236	(MSN 342)	83rd FS [HL-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-J], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 12Jun43 landing at Atcham; 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 29Feb44 landing at Atcham; Declared war weary; Destroyed 13Aug44 by fire on the ground at 
					Atcham; Condemned August 14, 1944
				6237	(MSN 343)	61st FS [HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"The Idaho Spud"; [HV-N]; Crash landed 19Apr43 at Goxhill; 62nd FS [LM-M]; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-J], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 15Apr44 taking off at Atcham; Force landed 16Jul44 with fuel starvation Baggy Moor, 
					near Bagley. The engine failed due to fuel starvation on a training flight during combat training 
					with a Spitfire.  Pilot OK
				6238	(MSN 344)	334th FS [38], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crash landed 4Mar43 with engine failure at Debden; 336th FS [VF-H], "Peaches"; 
					Shot down 28Jul43 by Hptm Rolf-Günter Hermichen in Fw 190A-5 of JG 36/3, the aircraft crashed 
					into a polder near Gouda; Pilot bailed out and became POW; Wreckage recovered 1989, found at 
					Eendrachtspolder, N of Rotterdam, Netherlands
				6239	(MSN 345)	62nd FS [LM-J], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Kentucky Pud"; 
					Damaged 26Jun43 by a Fw 190A and crashed into North Sea off Yarmouth; Pilot rescued; 
					Plane condemned October 31, 1944
				6240	(MSN 346)	84th FS [WZ-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Hit by flak, sustained propeller failure near Lens, France and crashed at Saint-Léger, SE of Arras, 
					France October 18, 1943; MACR 889.  Pilot bailed out at 4,000ft, evaded capture and escaped to Spain.
				6241	(MSN 347)	83rd FS [HL-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Mid air collision 15Apr43 with P-47C 41-6272 two miles NE of Eaton Socon near Bedford, Bedfordshire. 
					The aircraft were on a simulated combat mission making head on attacks and failed to break away in time. 
					This aircraft lost a wing and went into a power dive. The pilot was killed.
				6242	(MSN 348)	62nd FS [LM-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					"You Know What" / "TISMA" / "Irma", Artwork - cartoon character ‘mooning’; Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Crashed 5Dec43 with propeller failure near St-Sauflieu, France; MACR 1433.  Pilot bailed out at 6,000ft and 
					taken POW; Aircraft condemned December 5, 1943
				6243	(MSN 349)	84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					"Pappy" / "Cover Girl"; [WZ-C]; Damaged 17Mar43 when ground looped at Goxhill; Condemned September 21, 1944
				6244	(MSN 350)	336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Accident 22Mar43 when ground looped on take-off at Speke, Liverpool; 53rd FS, 
					36th FG, 9th AF, Athis-de-l'Orne [A-76], France; Crash landed 2Oct44 on a 
					training flight and damaged P-47D 42-27373 at Athis-de-l'Orne; Condemned October 5, 1944
				6245	(MSN 351)	56th FG, 8th AF, 84th FS [WZ-M], 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 21Apr43 landing at Duxford; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-X & A (bar over A)], 495th FG, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 6Nov43 taxying at Warton; Damaged 27Jan44 by mechanical failure at Atcham; 
					513th FS [4P-T], 406th FG, 9th AF, Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], France; 
					Declared war weary; Damaged 1Dec44 in accident with P-47D 42-26930 on the ground at Mourmelon-le-Grand; 
					Condemned December 5, 1944
				6246	(MSN 352)	83rd FS [HL-F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Artwork - "Sweet Pea" from Popeye; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 26Apr44 landing at Atcham; Declared war weary; 
					Crashed 16Sep44 on a training flight into the cliffs of Aran Fawddwy, Snowdonia, Wales; Pilot killed; 
					Condemned as missing September 19, 1944; It was 6 days before the missing plane was found
				6247	(MSN 353)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					RAF No.105 Squadron DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk.IV, serial DZ474 lost control landing at Debden 19Feb43. 
					With no radio and one engine feathered the Mosquito attempted to land. As it was about to touch down, 
					the pilot powered his left engine and swerved off the runway, crashing into the 334th Fighter 
					Squadron's dispersal hut after going through two P-47s. The two Mosquito crew members were OK. 
					The four 500 pound bombs that were aboard were not found until the next day in the totally 
					disintegrated Mosquito. The other P-47 was repairable but 41-6247 went to salvage.
				6248	(MSN 354)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Shot down 30Jul43 by Hptm Siegfried Schnell in Bf 109G-6 of JG 54/III Stab SE of Rotterdam, Netherlands; 
					Pilot KIA
				6249	(MSN 355)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 82nd FS [MX-H], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; “Vee Gaile", Named for baby daughter [Vivian Gaile]; 
					Inspected by Bob Hope sitting in it and singer Frances Langford on the wing at Duxford 2Jul43; 
					Ditched 10Feb44 in North Sea off Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands after being hit by flak over the 
					Zuider Zee; MACR 2160.  Pilot MIA. The turbocharger had been hit and was smoking, later the 
					propeller stopped and the pilot lowered the wing flaps in preparation for ditching.
				6250	(MSN 356)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Condemned October 31, 1944
				6251	(MSN 357)	61st FS [HV-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Joker"; 
					Horsham St Faith, Station 123; Force landed 8Jun43 with engine failure at Horsham St Faith; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 29Feb44 in accident on the ground at Atcham; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 
					Crashed 15Apr44 after the pilot lost control and bailed out over Arbury Park, near Nuneaton, England; 
					Aircraft condemned April 16, 1944
				6252	(MSN 358)	82nd FS [MX-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Bee Ware"; Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, March 3, 1943 for handling and R/T trials; 
					Returned to USAAF October 13, 1943; 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, 
					Nordholz [R-56], Germany; Crashed 27Jun45 near Oldenswort, Germany; Pilot killed;  Aircraft condemned June 29, 1945
				6253	(MSN 359)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					Crash landed 2Mar43 at RAF King’s Cliffe, Cambridgeshire, England; [LM-P]; "Pokey", artwork of 
					Sadie Hawkins from Dogpatch cartoon / "Lil' Val", Li'l Val artwork - cartoon character "Li'l Injun"; 
					61st FS [HV-P], Condemned May 2, 1944
				6254	(MSN 360)	61st FS [HV-U], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Bashful", artwork of 
					dwarf from Snow White; 312th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, 
					Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; Accident 18May44 landing at Langford Lodge; Salvaged May 26, 1945
				6255	(MSN 361)	82nd FS [MX-Q], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					368th FS [CV-O], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					Base Air Depot No.2, 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; Damaged 28Aug44 while 
					parked by B-17G being taxied by ground crew at Warton; Salvaged November 1, 1945
				6256	(MSN 362)	[56], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 336th FS [VF-G], 
					Used on first P-47Combat mission in ETO 10Mar43; [VF-I]; "Blue Goofis"; 513th FS, 
					406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Destroyed 10Jul44 taking off at Ashford; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned July 12, 1944
				6257	(MSN 363)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Wittering, England, Station 368; 
					Crash landed 13Feb43 during attempted forced landing at Elms Farm, Wittering; Headquarters Squadron, 
					6th Fighter Wing,  8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 19Apr43 after engine failure 
					2 miles SW of Atcham; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6258	(MSN 364)	334th FS [58], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Station 356; 
					Accident 8Mar43 when undershot landing at Debden; Condemned September 25, 1945
				6259	(MSN 365)	84th FS [WZ-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Bad Medicine"; 63rd FS [UN-V then Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Maghaberry, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 239; Declared war weary.  Had been converted to 2 seater and used by HQ 65th FT ad Debden for liason duties
					Crashed at Sudbury near Ashbourne, Staffordshire January 19, 1944. 
					The aircraft was being ferried, along with a second P-47, from Halesworth in southern England to 
					Maghaberry in Northern Ireland for an overhaul. The weather en-route was poor, with 10/10ths 
					cloud down to about 500 feet in places and rain. The two pilots had attempted to remain below 
					the cloud but eventually this pilot decided to climb through the cloud, however he had very 
					little instrument flying experience. It was thought that shortly after climbing into the 
					clouds the pilot lost control of the aircraft which dived out of the weather and into a wooded 
					area where it exploded on impact.
				6260	(MSN 366)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 335th FS, 
					4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6261	(MSN 367)	63rd FS [UN-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 
					"Bat Out Of Hell"; Damaged 21Apr44 when ground looped taxying at Boxted; 552nd Fighter Training 
					Squadron [DQ-R], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 15Jul44 after the pilot bailed out at Saredon Hall Farm; Condemned July 16, 1944
				6262	(MSN 368)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					83rd FS [HL-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Crashed 5Sep43 when the pilot 
					lost control and bailed out near Melbourne; Condemned September 5, 1943
				6263	(MSN 369)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Wittering, Cambridgeshire, Station 368; 
					Damaged 9Mar43 by mechanical failure and fire in ground accident at Wittering; Headquarters Squadron, 
					67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6264	(MSN 370)	56th FG, 8th AF, Condemned October 31, 1944
				6265	(MSN 371)	61st FS [HV-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Francy Ann"; 
					Shot down 30Jul43 by Lt Waldemar Radener in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/6 at Hank, Netherlands; MACR 219.  Pilot KIA
				6266	(MSN 372)	82nd FS [MX-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Buzz"; 
					Condemned June 8, 1944
				6267	(MSN 373)	61st FS [HV-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Combat damaged 11Nov43 when hit by five 20mm cannon shells, damaging the propeller, engine and rear 
					fuselage controls, landing back at base just as the fuel was exhausted; Declared war weary; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-F & W], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Accident 5Sep44 landing at Atcham; Crashed 28Sep44 during formation training flight at 
					Brick Kiln Farm, near Whitchurch, England; Pilot killed; Salvaged September 29, 1944
				6268	(MSN 374)	63rd FS [UN-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Shot down 8Oct43 over 
					Holland while escorting B-17s attacking at Bremen, Germany. The aircraft crashed into the Ijsselmeer 
					near Amsterdam, Holland.  MACR 939.  Pilot killed.
				6269	(MSN 375)	84th FS [WZ-X & T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 19Oct44 at Atcham; Pilot killed; Condemned October 19, 1944
				6270	(MSN 376)	84th FS [WZ-A & H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Feather Merchant"; Crashed landing on 1Dec43; Condemned November 2, 1944
				6271	(MSN 377)	61st FS [HV-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Rat Racer", 
					Artwork - cartoon mouse firing revolver / "Happy"; 490th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Eye, Station 134; 
					Declared war weary; Salvaged December 4, 1944
				6272	(MSN 378)	61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					Damaged 26Jan43 when ground looped at King’s Cliffe; 83rd FS, 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Mid air collision 15Apr43 with P-47C 41-6241 two miles E of 
					Eaton Socon near Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. The aircraft were on a simulated combat mission 
					making head on attacks and failed to break away in time. This aircraft lost the tail section, 
					spiralled down and burst into flames on striking the ground. The pilot bailed out with minor injuries.
				6273	(MSN 379) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 20Feb43 after propeller failure and the pilot bailed out at Groton
				6274	(MSN 380)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 21Jul43 landing at White Plains Airport, NY; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Damaged 16Apr44 by mechanical failure taking off at Norfolk; Reclaimed August 3, 1945
				6275	(MSN 381)	88th FS [G 76], 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 9Jan43 near Ocean Beach, Long Island, NY; 34th FS, 
					352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident 24Feb43 landing at New Haven, CT; 
					112th Base Unit, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 21Dec44 2 miles N of Huntington Beach; 
					Reclaimed at Mitchel Field, NY June 15, 1945
				6276	(MSN 382)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Destroyed 19Feb43 when force landed after engine failure near Wakefield, Rhode Island
				6277	(MSN 383)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 16Dec43 taking off at Richmond; 120th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 19Mar45 with 
					mechanical failure at Norfolk; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6278	(MSN 384)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 26Jun43 after engine failure taking off at Mitchel; Condemned at Rome Field, NY November 14, 1943
				6279	(MSN 385)	21st FS [G 92], 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 6Apr43 at Republic Field. After landing as #3, the pilot noticed another P-47 
					behind which had landed too close and too fast. The pilot opened the throttle and turned off the runway. 
					Travelling fast, the pilot applied brakes, nosed over and stopped in a revetment. 
					Crashed 8Apr43 with fuel starvation after the pilot bailed out at Republic Field; To RFC, Bush Field, 
					Augusta, GA May 15, 1945
				6280	(MSN 386)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 4Apr43 with P-47C 41-6294 at Mitchel Field; 311th FS, 
					58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Damaged 21Jul43 in collision with 
					P-47C 41-6559 taxying at Hillsgrove Field; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 133rd Base Unit, 
					Hillsgrove Field, RI; Damaged 16Oct44 when nosed over taxying at Hillsgrove; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA March 12, 1945
				6281	(MSN 387)	63rd FS [UN-B], 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; 89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Crashed 9Feb43 on fire 
					near Mitchel Field; Pilot bailed out
				6282	(MSN 388)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 15Dec42 at Mitchel Field when the wheels retracted on an icy runway, 
					the aircraft hit a revetment and was destroyed by fire; Pilot killed
				6283	(MSN 389)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crash landed 7Apr43 with engine failure at La Guardia; Reclaimed at Waco Field, TX April 9, 1946
				6284	(MSN 390)	Reclaimed at Selfridge Field, MI May 24, 1946
				6285	(MSN 391) Surveyed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL April 3, 1944
				6286	(MSN 392)	133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI Accident 30Jun44 after engine failure 
					taking off at Hillsgrove; Reclaimed at Rome, NY October 17, 1944
				6287	(MSN 393) 370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 6Aug43 into Long Island Sound, 10 miles S 
					of Bridgeport, CT after the engine caught fire; Pilot bailed out
				6288	(MSN 394) 359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 3Jun43 after engine failure during a test flight 2 miles S of 
					Manhasset, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6289	(MSN 395)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 19Aug43 after engine failure into the Connecticut River, 5 miles W of Middletown, CT; Pilot killed
				6290	(MSN 396)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 19Aug43 after explosion and fire near Wareham, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6291	(MSN 397)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 3Feb43 with P-47C 41-6140 at Melville, Long Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6292	(MSN 398)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 23Mar43 near Mitchel Field; Pilot killed; Condemned March 25, 1943
				6293	(MSN 399)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; 
					Accident 2May43 taking off at Grenier; 311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 5Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 265th Base Unit, 
					Pocatello Field, ID; Crashed 14Oct44 after the pilot lost control 5 miles N of Pocatello; Pilot killed
				6294	(MSN 400)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 4Apr43 with P-47C 41-6280 at Mitchel Field; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6295	(MSN 401)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 15Jan43 after engine failure 2 miles E of Jones Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6296	(MSN 402)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 6Jan43 with engine failure at Mitchel Field
				6297	(MSN 403)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 9Apr43 landing at Groton; Force landed 16Jun43 on a sand bar in Long Island Sound, CT 
					after engine failure; CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT June 20, 1943
				6298	(MSN 404)	Combat Crew Training Squadron [C13], 133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 15Jan43 after the pilot lost control 2 miles NW of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				6299	(MSN 405)	265th Base Unit, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 5Sep44 after engine failure 
					5 miles NNW of Pocatello; Surveyed September 5, 1944
				6300	(MSN 406)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 19Jan44 taxying at Perry; 265th Base Unit, Pocatello Field, ID; Crashed 20May44 at 
					American Falls reservoir, 14 miles W of Pocatello; Surveyed at Dale Mabry Field May 21, 1944
				6301	(MSN 407)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 4May43 after engine failure on takeoff at Cross City; Pilot killed
				6302	(MSN 408)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 1Feb43 10 miles S of Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 16, 1943
				6303	(MSN 409)	Surveyed June 9, 1943
				6304	(MSN 410)	57th FS, 54th FG, 3rd AF, Hillsborough Field, FL; 
					Damaged 18Nov43 while parked by P-51A 43-6110 taxying at Hillsborough; To RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK May 23, 1945
				6305	(MSN 411)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 4Jan43 taxying at Cross City; 489th FS, 59th FG, 
					3rd AF, Thomasville Field, GA; Accident 12Oct43 landing at Thomasville; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 17, 1945
41-6306/6667		Republic P-47C-5-RE Thunderbolt
				6306	(MSN 412)	Ladd Field, Fairbanks, AK; Cold Weather Trials; Damaged 27Mar43 in collision with AT-6 
					40-725 at Ladd; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 17Jan45 landing at Norfolk; 
					120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 17Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-28721 at 
					Richmond; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 18, 1945
				6307	(MSN 413)	Returned to US June 21, 1944; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 
					16Feb45 mechanical failure at Norfolk; Mid air collision 16Feb45 with TP-26B 42-43382 50 miles NE 
					of Norfolk; Pilot killed
				6308	(MSN 414)	RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 18, 1945
				6309	(MSN 415)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 3Jun43 due mechanical failure 4 miles NE of Cross City; Pilot killed
				6310	(MSN 416)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47C; Destroyed 4Mar43 landing at Cross City; Surveyed March 12, 1943
				6311	(MSN 417)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 9Jan43 in collision with P-40K 42-9945 taxying at Dale Mabry; Crashed 15Nov43 after a mid air 
					fire 15miles NW of Dale Mabry; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6312	(MSN 418)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 30Dec42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry and DBR
				6313	(MSN 419)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 6Aug43 after mid air collision with P-47G 42-24984 20 miles W of Dale Mabry; Pilot bailed out; 
					Aircraft surveyed August 14, 1943
				6314	(MSN 420)	Reclaimed at Abilene Field, TX January 29, 1946
				6315	(MSN 421)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 1Jul43 in collision with P-47C 41-6121 taxying at Dale Mabry; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; Crash landed 24Jan45 mechanical failure 
					at Palacios Field, TX; Reclaimed at Majors Field, TX October 22, 1945
				6316	(MSN 422)	Reclaimed at Hill Field, Ogden, UT June 29, 1945
				6317	(MSN 423)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Force landed 28Apr43 mechanical failure at Cross City; To RFC, Ponca City 
					Airport, OK June 9, 1945
				6318	(MSN 424)	82nd FS [MX-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					In combat with Fw 190's of II./JG 1 the pilot carried out a successful attack which shot down two 
					of the enemy, before himself being attacked by a Fw 190 of III./JG 26 and being shot down. 
					The aircraft crashed near Bois-Grenier, NW of Lille, France June 13, 1943. The pilot was killed.
					Conflict:
					360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 30Jun43 taxying at Groton
				6319	(MSN 425)	61st FS [HV-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Butch"; 
					"P.J. & Hun Hunter"; Mid air collision 5Feb44 with P-47D 42-7943 4 miles E of Halesworth; Pilot killed; 
					Condemned February 5, 1944
				6320	(MSN 426)	63rd FS [UN-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Condemned February 2, 1943
				6321	(MSN 427)	Condemned October 31, 1944
				6322	(MSN 428)	61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Little Butch"; 
					Shot down by a FW-190A-5 flown by Hptm Wilhem-Ferdinand Galland  of JG 26/2 Stab at Forges-les-Eaux, 
					SE of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France June 26, 1943; Pilot MIA; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6323	(MSN 429)	84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Crash landed 18Feb43 at Goxhill. The pilot [Royal AF] was on a local transition flight, 
					his first in the P-47. On his first approach to land, the pilot failed to allow sufficient time 
					for the landing gear to lock down so went around for another landing approach. On his second 
					approach, the pilot lowered the landing gear but also lowered the flaps too early, decreasing the 
					hydraulic pressure and preventing the landing gear from reaching the locked down position. 
					The pilot saw the gear warning light too late and landed with the wheels not fully down and locked. 
					On touch down the landing gear collapsed and the aircraft slid along the ground, damaging the propeller 
					and lower fuselage.  486th FS [PZ-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, 
					Station 141; "Sneezy", Artwork - Sneezy from Snow White; Damaged 15Nov43 taxying at Bodney;  
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-F], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Accident 17Oct44 at HMS Godwit, Hinstock Royal Navy airfield; Condemned May 1, 1947
				6324	(MSN 430)	369th FS [IV-X], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					368th FS; 3rd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					East Wretham, Station 133; Crash landed 30Apr44 engine failure at RAF Wyton; Condemned May 2, 1944
				6325	(MSN 431)	63rd FS [UN-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Lucky Little Devil"; Damaged 14Jul43 taxying at Halesworth; repaired;  368th FS, 365th FG, 
					9th AF.  Aircraft condemned Apr 20, 1945.
				6326	(MSN 432)	63rd FS [UN-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Forced landing at Lyons Farm, 
					Bulcamp, Suffolk February 3, 1944 after running with fuel starvation returning from a mission ; 
					Condemned February 5, 1944
				6327	(MSN 433)	Condemned February 8, 1943
				6328	(MSN 434)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crashed 9Sep43 NW of Paris, France; The fighter developed engine trouble near Paris on a mission 
					to escort bombers to that target. The aircraft was abandoned by the pilot who was captured as a POW; 
					Aircraft captured by Luftwaffe Sep 9, 1943. Also reported as being with 486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF and involved in taxiing 
					accident at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Nov 15, 1943, Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
					Aircraft condemned May 1, 1947 
				6329	(MSN 435)	63rd FS [UN-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, Struck off charge 28Jun43 
					due to battle damage; Base Air Depot No.2, 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 17Sep43 landing at Warton.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6330	(MSN 436)	62nd FS [LM-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, "??? ????????", 
					Cyrilic characters (Moy Tavarich -- Russian for 'My Comrade') / 'Wheel Hub' motif on cowling; 
					Personal aircraft of Col Hubert A. "Hub" Zemke, Group Commander of "Zemke's Wolf Pack"; Crashed landing 
					on 24Dec43; 63rd FS [UN-S & U], "Sunshine"; FS [UN-Z], Force landed 
					24Dec43 with fuel starvation at RAF Manston, Kent; 4th Strategic Air Depot, 8th AF, Hitcham, 
					Station 470; Crashed 31May44 engine failure at Hitcham.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				6331	(MSN 437)	83rd FS [HL-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Shot down by Fw 109A-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 between Rennes and Chateubriant and crashed 
					on a farm at La Bainerie, 1.5km NW of Launay-Villiers, 15km E Vitré, France January 5, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and survived but was declared missing in action.
				6332	(MSN 438)	83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Mid air 
					collision 1Mar43 with P-47C 41-6370 and crashed at Goxhill. The aircraft was one of a pair 
					practising formation flying. Flying over the airfield prior to landing, a third aircraft, P-47C 41-6370, 
					was in the circuit and given a green light to land. This third aircraft did a climbing turn to position 
					for landing when it flew up and into the wing man of the pair, hitting the aircraft in the left wing. 
					This aircraft entered a spin, crashed and burst into flames on the parade ground 100 feet from the 
					mess hall, killing the pilot.
				6333	(MSN 439)	84th FS [WZ-F & V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Accident at RAF Podington, Bedfordshire, England 13Mar44, repaired; Damaged 6Jun44 during a strafing 
					run on a locomotive pulling fuel tanks when the train exploded and debris hit the fighter, having 
					to be abandoned over the English Channel; Pilot rescued by ASR.
				6334	(MSN 440)	63rd FS [UN-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365. 
					During a test flight for the new 200-gallon fuel ferry tanks, the fighter was involved in a mid air 
					collision with a B-24 one mile NW of Metfield 11Aug43. While flying in close formation, the aircraft 
					was caught in turbulence as it passed under the wing of the B-24, drawing the rear end up into a 
					propeller which sliced off the tail; pilot (Capt Walker Mahurin) bailed out at 1,000ft.  The B-24 landed successfully
				6335	(MSN 441)	83rd FS [HL-B then A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"El Jeepo" (Artwork (R) of "Jeep" cartoon character); Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Bfw Adolf Glunz 
					of JG 26/5 15km NW of Geilenkirchen, Germany and crashed SE of Eindhoven, Netherlands February 22, 1944; 
					MACR 2669.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				6336	(MSN 442)	62nd FS [LM-N], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					Damaged 6Apr43 taxying at Horsham St Faith; Headquarters Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
					9th AF, Middle Wallop, Station 449; Accident 24Jan44 landing at Middle Wallop
				6337	(MSN 443)	61st FS [HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Snow White" + artwork of Snow White; Accident 27Sep43 landing at Halesworth; Failed to return 31Dec43 
					from a 'Ramrod' mission to Lorient, France. The fighter pitched up out of formation and ended in a spin, 
					crashing in English Channel 20 miles S of Jersey, Channel Islands; MACR 1861.  Pilot killed [may have 
					had an oxygen system failure]
				6338	(MSN 444)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Crashed 1Apr43 near Lake Griffin, FL; Damaged 26Apr43 taxying at Orlando; 123rd Base Unit, 1st Air 
					Force, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 23Jul44 engine failure 2 miles NE of Seymour Johnson
				6339	(MSN 445)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Crashed 12Mar43 near Orlando; Pilot killed
				6340	(MSN 446)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 29Apr43 landing at Orlando; 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 25Jul44 
					with P-47D 42-8286 2 miles N of Hopewell, VA
				6341	(MSN 447)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 9Mar43 landing at Orlando; 445th FS, Accident 1Sep43 landing at Wings Field, 
					Norristown, PA; "120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 25Nov44 taxying at Richmond, VA; Pilot killed; 
					Conflict:
					82nd FS [MX-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				6342	(MSN 448)	62nd FS [LM-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					"Saucy Shirley"; Damaged 19Feb43 by bird strike at King’s Cliffe; 82nd FS [MX-W], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				6343	(MSN 449)	62nd FS [LM-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"The Sad Sack" (L), "Little Cookie" (R), Artwork of "Sad Sack" cartoon character; Accident 20Oct43 
					landing at Halesworth.
				6344	(MSN 450)	83rd FS [HL-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357;  
					Headquarters Squadron, 9th AF, Strassfeld [Y-59], Germany; Damaged 2Apr45 taxying at Strassfeld
				6345	(MSN 451)	82nd FS [MX-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Miss Tibbie"; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 5May44 2 miles NE of Atcham; Pilot killed; Condemned May 5, 1944
				6346	(MSN 452)	Condemned February 17, 1943
				6347	(MSN 453)	62nd FS [LM-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365;  
					"Li'l Abner" - artwork of Li'l Abner on nose (L) [named for the squadron]; "Torchy" [named for the 
					ground crew]; "Jessie O" [named for the pilot's wife] + four-leaf clover (R); Damaged 13Sep43 
					while parked in collision by P-47D 42-74626 taxying at Halesworth. Combat damaged 26Nov43 when a 
					Bf 110 exploded when shot at and pieces damaged the left wing and a 20 foot length of control cable 
					was wrapped around the rudder and horizontal tail surface. The aircraft was repaired, the control 
					cable being cut up and soldered to British sixpenny coins, cut to make four-leafed clovers, to make 
					bracelets for family souvenirs. Declared war weary; 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Modified as a two-seat hack; 38th FS [CG-4], 55th FG, 
					8th AF, Clobber College' aircraft used for post VE-Day transitional training for possible 
					Far East deployment with the P-47N.  Aircraft condemned Jan 21, 1946.
				6348 (MSN 454)	12th RCD, Ferrying Group, Warton, Station 582; Mid air collision 1Feb43 with P-47C 
					41-6213 near Desford, England; Pilot killed; Aircraft condemned February 1, 1943
				6349	(MSN 455)	Condemned February 17, 1943
				6350	(MSN 456)	61st FS [HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Crashed 5Jun43 on a 
					navigation training flight near Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England; Pilot killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6351	(MSN 457)	84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Accident 13Apr43 landing at Hardwick; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-C], 495th Fighter Training 
					Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Shropshire, England, Station 342; Accident landing 5Jun44 at Atcham; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned September 26, 1945
				6352	(MSN 458)	61st FS [31], 56th FG, 8th AF, [HV-T]; "Doc" + artwork 
					of "Doc" from Snow White; 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, 
					RAF Maghaberry, Atrim, Northern Ireland, Station 239; Crash landed while on ferry flight 27Jan44 
					at Maghaberry; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6353	(MSN 459)	84th FS [WZ-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357;  
					Crashed 13Jun43 after combat damage by Fw 190 of JG26 near Sint-Jan, Ypres, Belgium; Pilot bailed 
					out and taken POW; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6354	(MSN 460)	336th FS [VF-R], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Essex, Station 356; 
					Artwork - Gremlins on horseback; Damaged 5Jan44 at Debden after its rudder pedals locked on take-off. 
					It collided with another parked P-47, 41-6359, on the dispersal before coming to a stop in the 
					bomb dump behind the 335th FS's dispersal; Pilot survived, aircraft condemned January 31, 1944
				6355	(MSN 461)	Condemned March 17, 1943
				6356	(MSN 462)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Damaged 19May43 taking off from RAF Llanbedr, Wales; Headquarters Squadron, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, 
					Saffron Walden, Station 370; Crashed 7Mar44 after mid air collision with B-24H 42-7582 3 miles W of 
					Shipdham, England; Pilot killed; Aircraft condemned March 8, 1944
				6357	(MSN 463)	84th FS [WZ-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Unmentionable" / "Geronimo"; Crash landed 2Sep43 with fuel starvation near Sutton, England; 
					Repaired and transferred 61st FS [HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, 
					Station 365; Crashed 31Dec43 after oxygen system failure in the English Channel near Les Minquiers, 
					S of Jersey, Channel Islands; MACR 1861.  Pilot MIA
				6358	(MSN 464)	334th FS [QP-G], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					“California or Bust” - Artwork incorporated the pilot's home town of San Diego into the design, 
					the lower signpost reads "San Diego via Berlin"; Mid air collision 27Apr43 during a mock dog-fight 
					with P-47C 41-6416, 5 miles North of Castle Camps, Cambs; 510th FS [2Z-O], 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Returning from a bombing mission 
					on Le Mans, France, crash landed due to a technical problem on northwestern side of Jersey, Channel 
					Islands June 23, 1944.  The left wing was damaged and the aircraft was salvaged by the Germans. 
					Pilot was taken POW; put on a train at Rennes July 5, 1944, still on same train when escaped 
					July 22, 1944 and returned to England September 8, 1944.
				6359	(MSN 465)	335th FS [WD-K], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Essex, England, Station 356; 
					Damaged 5Jan44 while parked by P-47C 41-6354 taking off at Debden; Condemned February 2, 1944
				6360	(MSN 466)	335th FS [WD-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crashed 3Nov43 during take-off at Halesworth, England; Condemned November 6, 1943
				6361	(MSN 467)	83rd FS [HL-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Hellza Poppin"; Damaged 21Sep43 taxying at RAF Tangmere; Headquarters Squadron [LC-S], 
					67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; Damaged 31Jan44 taxying at King’s Cliffe; 
					513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Münster/Handorf [Y-94], Germany; 
					Damaged 13Apr45 taxying at Villacoublay [A-42], France; Salvaged November 15, 1945
				6362	(MSN 468)	63rd FS [UN-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, "The Michigan Mauler"; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-I & S], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, England,
					Station 342; Damaged 23Jan44 taxying at Atcham; Crash landed 12Jul44 after mid air collision with 
					P-47D 42-7981, 6 miles SW of Atcham; Salvaged July 12, 1944
				6363	(MSN 469)	83rd FS [HL-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-E], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, England
					Station 342; Damaged 31Mar44 taxying at Atcham; Crash landed 17Apr44 at Atcham; Pilot killed. 
					The pilot had been flying on a weather flight with a wing man. When the pair came in to land at 
					Atcham, they both came in too tight off the turn. The pilot still tried to land, side slipped to 
					the ground and crashed. He died of his injuries. The wing man peeled off and went round again.
				6364	(MSN 470)	83rd FS [HL-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Lady Jacquelyn"; Force landed 26Sep43 mechanical failure near Apledram, Chichester; 
					Headquarters Squadron, 1st Combat Crew Replacement Center, 8th AF, Bovingdon, Station 112; 
					Damaged 25Jun44 in collision with P-38J 43-28481 taxying at Bovingdon; Pilot survived, aircraft 
					condemned October 9, 1945
				6365	(MSN 471)	82nd FS [MX-F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Damaged 3May43 while stopped in collision by P-47C 41-6220 taxying at Duxford. This aircraft was 
					stationary at the end of the runway, carrying out power checks before takeoff. The other aircraft 
					braked and turned with its left wing going over the top of this aircraft's right wing and into the 
					propeller. Crashed 27Aug43 at Benningham House, 5 miles SE of Stevenage, Hertfordshire. 
					Taking off in formation, the flight of four aircraft entered cloud. The flight leader failed to 
					monitor his instruments and, towards the top of the clouds, started a skidding turn into his 
					wing man and lost speed. The wing man lost control, spun and entered a dive. The P-47 came out of 
					the cloud at high speed and passed close by a RAF Henley towing a target for the benefit of gunners 
					aboard an accompanying Wellington. Although a bullet hole was found behind the cockpit, it did not 
					contribute to the cause of the accident. The aircraft kept a straight course during the dive, 
					struck the ground, bounced across a road, hit a telegraph pole and a tree when one fuel tank exploded. 
					The other fuel tank exploded when the wreckage entered another field. The engine was found 
					approximately one mile farther on from the point of impact. The pilot was killed; Salvaged; 
					Condemned August 28, 1943.
				6366	(MSN 472)	82nd FS [MX-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Condemned February 17, 1943
				6367	(MSN 473)	63rd FS [UN-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Damaged 31Aug43 when ground looped at RAF Southend; Force landed 20Dec43 near Dunwich; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 25May44 near Treverward Farm, Clun; Pilot killed; Condemned May 26, 1944
				6368	(MSN 474)	335th FS [WD-J], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Condemned June 1, 1944
				6369	(MSN 475)	335th FS [WD-Y], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Shot down 24Feb44 by Fw 190A-6 flown by Hptm Wolfgang Neu of JG 26/4 at Simmerath, NE of Monschau, 
					Germany; MACR 2921.  Pilot killed; Condemned February 24, 1944
				6370	(MSN 476)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Mid air collision 1Mar43 with 
					P-47C 41-6332 and crashed at Goxhill, England. The aircraft was in the circuit and given a green 
					light to land. The aircraft did a climbing turn to position for landing when it flew up and into 
					the wing man of a pair of aircraft also returning to Goxhill for landing, hitting the wing man i
					n the left wing. When this aircraft lost its right wing and entered a spin, the pilot bailed out.
				6371	(MSN 477)	Condemned October 31, 1944
				6372	(MSN 478)	63rd FS [UN-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Shot down 17Aug43 by Uffz Heinz Papendick in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/9 while providing support for the 
					withdrawal of B-17s that had bombed Schweinfurt, Germany. The aircraft crashed near Wolder, 
					Maastricht, Netherlands; MACR 265.  Pilot KIA
				6373	(MSN 479)	83rd FS [HL-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Artwork - Devil on flying horseshoe; The first aircraft to be credited with a victory by 78th FG, 
					it was inspected by King George VI at Duxford 26May43; Crash landed 24Sep43 at RAF Woolsington, Newcastle; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-B & Y], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, 
					Shropshire, England, Station 342; Accident 1Mar44 landing at Atcham; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 16Sep44 landing at Atcham;  Repaired;  23rd FS [7U-C bar], 36th FG, 
					9th AF, "Candy Gal"; Condemned November 1, 1945
				6374	(MSN 480)	83rd FS [HL-V & U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 4Mar44 with a runaway propeller at Malines, Belgium; MACR 2973 and 4495.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				6375	(MSN 481)	63rd FS [UN-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Force landed 2Sep43 near 
					Eastchurch; Condemned April 4, 1944
				6376	(MSN 482)	61st FS [HV-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Crash landed 19Apr43 at Goxhill; Failed to return from an escort mission for bombers whose target 
					was Villacoublay, France. Approaching the rendezvous at Forges-les-Eaux, France the squadron was 
					attacked by Fw 190's from III Gruppe, JG.2. The fighter was shot down and crashed at 
					Landes-Vieilles-et-Neuves, 25km NE of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France June 26, 1943; Pilot killed.
				6377	(MSN 483)	83rd FS [HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					312th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 597; Accident 18Jun44 taking off at Langford Lodge while on ferry flight; Condemned November 30, 1945
				6378	(MSN 484)	Condemned February 17, 1943
				6379	(MSN 485)	82nd FS [MX-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					"Queen Mu" [named for pilot’s wife Muriel]; Accident 1Apr43 landing long and nosed over at RAF 
					Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire, England; Condemned March 5, 1944
				6380	(MSN 486)	82nd FS [MX-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					'Ranny; Mark II" [named for pilot’s wife]; 351st FS, 353rd Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Accident 27Jan44 taxying at East Wrentham; 448th Bomb Group, 
					8th AF, Seething, Station 146; Artwork - shark's mouth; Used as a group monitor aircraft
				6381	(MSN 487)	78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 61st FS [HV-X], 
					56th FG, 8th AF, 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-M], 495th Fighter Training 
					Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 15Feb44 in collision with P-47C 41-6585 taxying 
					at Atcham; Crashed 20Jun44 on fire at Lawley Bank, near Lawley, Shropshire. Pilot elected to 
					stay with his aircraft rather than bail out, because had he done so his aircraft would have 
					crashed into a local school killing countless children. Pilot was killed. Condemned June 21, 1944.
				6382	(MSN 488)	83rd FS [HL-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Green Hornet"; Shot down 14May43 by Fw 190 near Ath, Belgium. Attempting to evade the enemy pursuer, 
					the aircraft hit a tree and the propeller cut a telephone line. After hitting a second tree, 
					the aircraft pulled up, the pilot bailed out and evaded capture, returning to his unit 21Jun43. 
					Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6383	(MSN 489)	84th FS [WZ-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Lost 20May43 caused by engine failure over North Sea offshore England. The pilot bailed out but was 
					not seen in his dinghy and ASR was not successful in finding him; MIA. Condemned October 31, 1944.
				6384	(MSN 490)	82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 8Mar43 after attempted forced landing with fuel starvation on Cloughton Moor, N Yorkshire. 
					The flight was practicing formation flying but became lost in low cloud. After failure of the radio, 
					with no maps and low on fuel, this aircraft broke away to find somewhere to land. Condemned October 31, 1944.
				6385	(MSN 491)	61st FS [HV-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-M], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 2Jun44 in collision with parked P-47D 42-74659 taxying at Atcham; Crashed 28Jun44 after stalling 
					at Bank Farm, Leighton, Shropshire, England; Pilot bailed out
				6386	(MSN 492)	84th FS [WZ-T], 78th FG, 8th AF,  Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Accident landing 2Mar43 at Goxhill; Duxford, Station 357; "Destiny's Tot"; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-N], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 23Apr44 landing at RAF Shawbury, Shropshire, England; Pilot survived, but aircraft condemned April 23, 1944
				6387	(MSN 493)	62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Fats" / "BTFSPLK" (L), 
					"Debt Collector" (R); 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Operational Training Replacement Unit; Accident 16Nov44 landing at Creil [A-81], France; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned November 25, 1944
				6388	(MSN 494)	Condemned January 30, 1943
				6389	(MSN 495)	84th FS [WZ-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Condemned January 30, 1943
				6390	(MSN 496)	Condemned January 30, 1943
				6391	(MSN 497)	82nd FS [MX-P; MX-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Flagari" [named for pilot’s hometown – Flagstaff, AZ]; A Bf 109 shot at the fighter over Borculo, 
					Netherlands causing damage to the turbocharger and right wing, Diving down to evade the enemy, 
					another shot hit the engine. The pilot rolled the aircraft inverted and bailed out at 1,000ft, 
					the aircraft crashing SE of Dunkerque, France July 30, 1943. MACR 135A.  The pilot evaded capture 
					and returned to England October 24, 1943.
				6392	(MSN 498)	334th FS [QP-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Artwork - pink elephant shooting bullets from trunk; Damaged 8Jun43 taxying at Debden; 
					Condemned November 10, 1945
				6393	(MSN 499)	84th FS [WZ-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Cambridgeshire, Station 357; 
					"Darkie" / "Axe the Axis"; Damaged 24Oct43 taxying at Duxford; Condemned March 25, 1944
				6394	(MSN 500)	62nd FS [LM-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Lonesome Polecat", 
					Artwork of Lonesome Polecat from Dogpatch; Shot down 29Apr43 over North Sea near Breskens, Netherlands; 
					Pilot POW; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6395	(MSN 501)	63rd FS [UN-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"Vickie";  Hit by 'friendly fire' by British anti-aircraft after flying low over Dover, crash 
					landed two miles S of Deal, Kent 13Apr43; 84th FS [WZ-I], 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-W], 495th Fighter Training 
					Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 14Jan44 at Atcham; Crashed 4Apr44 near RAF 
					Montford Bridge, Shropshire; Pilot killed; Salvaged April 5, 1944
				6396	(MSN 502)	82nd FS [MX-B; MX-H; MX-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Declared war weary; Damaged 24Sep44 taxying at Atcham; Accident 12Oct44 at Atcham, Station 342; 
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was salvaged November 8, 1945
				6397	(MSN 503)	62nd FS [LM-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					Crash landed 15May43 with engine failure at Hellesdon Golf Course, Hertfordshire, Norfolk; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
				6398	(MSN 504)	62nd FS [LM-H], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Joan L. Sullivan"; 
					Shot down 17Aug43 by Hptm Wilhelm Lemke in a Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/9 at Vreren, Belgium; MACR 263.  Pilot KIA; 
				6399	(MSN 505)	84th FS [WZ-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 13Apr43 in the English Channel two miles offshore Calais when the pilot failed to control 
					the fuel mixture, blowing a cylinder head; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6400	(MSN 506)	334th FS [QP-O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Indianapolis", later the word "Indiana" was added under the name; Damaged by Uffz Hans Engelbrecht 
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/10, ditched 9Sep43 after engine failure in the English Channel 45 miles south of 
					Beachy Head. With sudden engine vibration, the engine broke off and fell away. The pilot spent 48 hours 
					in his dinghy before being rescued
				6401	(MSN 507)	61st FS [HV-G], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Dream Baby"; Damaged 27Sep43 taxying at Halesworth; Crashed 31Dec43 in bad weather 3 miles N of 
					Henley-on-Thames, England. The flight of four aircraft lost sight of each other at low level when 
					climbing through thick cloud. The pilot lost control and the aircraft entered a spin, too low to 
					recover and bailed out safely. Condemned January 5, 1944
				6402	(MSN 508)	83rd FS [HL-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Owley and Tobe"; Destroyed when force landed 1Oct43 with engine failure at Duxford village; 
					On a non-operational flight test of the propeller, engine problems developed and cut out on landing; 
					Condemned October 2, 1943
				6403	(MSN 509)	334th FS [03], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crashed 3Apr43 and destroyed by fire at Alconbury, Station 102; Pilot bailed out. The pilot, CO 
					of 334th FS, took off for a recognition flight with B-17 crews; at 25,000 ft the supercharger caught fire.
				6404	(MSN 510)	334th FS [04], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					[QP-R]; Accident landing 9Apr43 at Debden; [QP-P]; "Ill Wind?" - artwork of a female holding onto 
					a parasol with the wind blowing her dress; 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, 
					Thruxton, Station 407; Accident 5Mar45 landing at RAF Thruxton, Hampshire, England; Pilot survived,
					aircraft salvaged October 31, 1945
				6405	(MSN 511)	334th FS [QP-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					“Old Red Ass”; Shot down 18May43 by Bf 109s and crashed into the North Sea between Knocke and 
					Blankenberge, Belgium; Pilot killed.  Also listed as crashed Apr 27, 1943 after midair collision during mock dogfight. 
					Pilot bailed out but fractured his spine. Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944 
				6406	(MSN 512)	334th FS [QP-H], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Mid air collision 21May43 with P-47D 42-7920 near Ghent, Belgium when chasing a Fw 190 aircraft 
					inland after a fighter sweep to the Ghent-Ostend area of Belgium; Pilot killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6407	(MSN 513)	334th FS [QP-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Shot down 15Apr43 by Fw 190A-5 flown by Lt Ernst Heesen of JG 1/5 between Blankenberge and Ostend, 
					Belgium and crashed in North Sea; Pilot KIA; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6408	(MSN 514)	Condemned October 31, 1944
				6409	(MSN 515)	84th FS [WZ-W & H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Condemned as missing January 16, 1945
				6410	(MSN 516)	334th FS [QP-Y], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Little Butch" - artwork of girl sitting on rocket; 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 
					8th AF, Warton, Station 582; Force landed 30Mar44 with fuel starvation at Down Ampney; 
					395th FS [A7-P], 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; 
					With 495th FG, 368th FG, 9th AF in accident 31Jul44 landing at Cardonville airfield A-3 Basse Normandie, 
					France; Condemned August 8, 1944
				6411	(MSN 517)	83rd FS [HL-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Muscle Bound", artwork - clenched fist with sun in background; Crashed 22Sep43 with fuel starvation 
					in the English Channel 25 miles E of Manston, Kent; MACR 672.  Pilot bailed out, Air-Sea Rescue (ASR) was unable 
					to find him and he was lost in the sea, drowned.
				6412	(MSN 518)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342;  Accident 4Feb44 landing at RAF Moreton Valence, Gloustershire, England;  Pilot survived,
					aircraft condemned February 6, 1944
				6413	(MSN 519)	334th FS [QP-V], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [QP-W]; 
					[QP-L]; "The Missouri Kid - Sho Me"; Diverted to Royal AF June 13, 1944
				6414	(MSN 520)	334th FS [QP-K], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356;
					"Miss Dallas"; Crashed 15Apr43 after engine failure off English coast; Pilot bailed out and 
					rescued by Air Sea Rescue; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6415	(MSN 521)	84th FS [WZ-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Wild Hare"; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Operational Training Replacement Unit; Accident 16Nov44 landing at 
					Creil [A-81], Oise, France; Condemned November 25, 1944
				6416	(MSN 522)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Mid air collision 27Apr43 during a mock dog-fight with P-47C 41-6358 5 miles North of Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire,
					England; Pilot bailed out but fractured his spine; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6417	(MSN 523)	RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6418	(MSN 524)	535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Forced landing 23Jan44 at Camp Springs; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Norfolk Field, VA; Damaged 23Jan44 when ground looped taking off at Norfolk and collided with 
					P-47D 42-8228; Surveyed at Andrews Field, MD October 5, 1944
				6419	(MSN 525)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 26Nov43 when ground looped landing at Suffolk County; 
					121st Base Unit, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Forced landing 8Aug44 with engine failure at Bradley; 
					Redesignated TP-47C; Forced landing 17Jan45 at Bradley; RFC, 
					Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6420	(MSN 526)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 11May43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 320th FS, 402nd FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Ditched 29Jan44 due mechanical failure in 
					New Haven Harbor, CT; Surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY January 30, 1944
				6421	(MSN 527)	340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 6Apr43 after engine failure into house on take-off from Westover Field, MA; Condemned at 
					Westover April 9, 1943
				6422	(MSN 528)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crash landed 
					23Jun43 with engine failure at Groton; 123rd Air Base Unit, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 17Apr44 with fuel starvation at Turkey, NC; Surveyed at Bradley Field April 22, 1944
				6423	(MSN 529)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crash landed 9Apr43 with engine failure at Navy Auxiliary Field, Norwood, MA; 360th FS, 
					356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Force landed 11Jun43 by after mid air fire at Groton; 
					377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 19Sep43 landing at Suffolk County AAF, NY; To CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Bradley Field September 22, 1943
				6424	(MSN 530)	CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Bradley Field April 9, 1943
				6425	(MSN 531)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 4Aug43 with P-47D 42-8261 3 miles E of  Perryville, RI; Pilot killed
				6426	(MSN 532)	Bedford Field, MA; "Imp"; 328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, 
					Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Exploded 15Apr43 and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean 
					off Long Island near Coast Guard Station 94, NY; Pilot killed;  Aircraft must have been recovered and repaired.
					Combat Crew Training Squadron [C12], 133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Force landed 26Jun44 with mechanical failure at Bradley; Surveyed at Eglin Field, FL April 3, 1945
				6427	(MSN 533)	Surveyed at Eglin Field, FL April 1, 1945
				6428	(MSN 534)	539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 28Mar44 landing due structural failure at Bluethenthal; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe 
					at Bradley Field March 29, 1943
				6429 (MSN 535)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 9May43 when force landed with mechanical failure at Groton; 369th FS, 
					359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 16Jul43 taking off at Suffolk County, NY; 435th Air Base Squadron, 1st AF, 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Ground accident 21Mar44 at Hillsgrove;
				6430	(MSN 536)	396th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 21Oct43 landing at Republic; 134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Destroyed 9Sep44 when force landed with engine failure 10 miles N of Oscoda; Surveyed September 9, 1944
				6431	(MSN 537)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 6Jul43 landing at Republic Field; Reclaimed at Mitchel Field, NY January 3, 1946
				6432	(MSN 538)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 21Jun43 taxying in collision with parked P-47D 42-8236 at 
					Suffolk County; 232ndCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Destroyed 3Apr44 taking off at Dalhart; Surveyed April 4, 1944
				6433	(MSN 539)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Ditched 21Jun43 after engine failure into Long Island Sound, CT, east of Hatchet Reef; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at Groton Field, CT June 22 ,1943
				6434	(MSN 540)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 13May43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY; Ground accident 16Apr44 at Suffolk County; Accident 8Sep44 landing at Suffolk County; 
					Damaged 23Jan45 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 7, 1945
				6435	(MSN 541)	130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 14Jul44 with mechanical failure at 
					NAS Fentress, VA; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6436	(MSN 542)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 29Apr43 landing at Groton; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Norfolk Field, VA; Crashed 5Dec43 after mid air collision with P-47D 42-75474, 6 miles SW of 
					Cape Charles Village, VA; Pilot bailed out; Surveyed at Bradley field, CT December 6, 1944
				6437	(MSN 543)	538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Destroyed 31Mar44 when crash landed with engine failure 15 miles NW of Southport, NC; 
					Surveyed at Grenier AF, NH April 1, 1943
				6438	(MSN 544)	534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 6Apr44 after engine failure at Georgetown, DE; Reclaimed at Bluethenthal, NC July 6, 1945
				6439	(MSN 545)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 10May43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; Surveyed at Eglin, FL March 25, 1945
				6440	(MSN 546)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 16Mar43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; Destroyed 6Jul43 taking off in collision with P-47C 
					41-6442 at Hillsgrove Field; Surveyed at Kelly Field, TX March 9, 1944
				6441	(MSN 547)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Airport, NY; 
					Accident 23Apr43 landing at La Guardia; 474th Headquarters Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot 
					Replacement Training Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Destroyed 17Feb44 when force landed 
					with engine failure one mile S of Abilene; Surveyed at Harding Field, LA February 23, 1944
				6442	(MSN 548)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Destroyed 6Jul43 taking off in collision with P-47C 41-6440 at Hillsgrove Field; Pilot killed
				6443	(MSN 549)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Airport, NY; 
					Accident 14Apr43 taking off at La Guardia; 370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, 
					Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 30Jun43 mechanical failure near 
					Andover, NJ; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945
				6444	(MSN 550)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 7Mar43 after mid air collision with P-47C 41-6641 near Andover, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6445	(MSN 551)	133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Damaged 1Dec44 taxying at Hillsgrove; 
					Accident 20Jan45 due weather landing at Hillsgrove; Reclaimed at Bradley Field, CT April 4, 1945
				6446	(MSN 552)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Destroyed 19Jun43 landing at Bedford; Condemned June 19, 1943
				6447	(MSN 553)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 2Feb43 landing at Municipal Airport, Baltimore, MD; 491st FS, 
					370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 18Nov43 when nosed over during 
					take-off from Groton; 310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Accident 1Jul43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; Surveyed at Bradley Field, CT November 23, 1943
				6448	(MSN 554)	12th AntiSubmarine Squadron, 25th Antisubmarine Wing, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 13Feb43 due weather landing at Langley; 324th FS, 327th FG, 
					1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 19Jun43 taking off at Richmond; 323rd FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Destroyed 21Dec43 landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX; Reclaimed at Olmsted Field, PA January 4, 1944
				6449	(MSN 555)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 18May43 taking off at Philadelphia; 324th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 17Mar44 with engine failure 13 miles 
					SE of Richmond, VA; 4112th Base Unit, Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA; Force landed 28Jul44 with 
					engine failure at Harrisburg Airport, New Cumberland, PA; Reclaimed at Olmsted October 26, 1944
				6450	(MSN 556)	Reclaimed at Andrews Field, MD May 29, 1945
				6451	(MSN 557)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 23Apr43 with P-47C 41-6461, 10 miles SE of Millville. During a gun camera mock 
					combat mission, the two pilots started their dogfight at 12,000ft with a head on approach. 
					After making four turns, the aircraft collided with 41-6461 being struck beneath and just ahead 
					of the tail section. This aircraft successfully landed back at Millville. 132nd Base Unit, 
					Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 22Aug44 when nosed over 
					taxying at Suffolk County; Damaged 1Dec44 taxying at Suffolk County; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, 
					GA May 6, 1945
				6452	(MSN 558)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Designated RP-47C; Crash landed 5May43 at Millville; Surveyed at Morris AAF, NC May 27, 1943
				6453	(MSN 559)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 30Apr43 in collision with P-47D 42-22265 taxying at Millville; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Mid air collision 18May43 with RP-47C 41-6648 at Millville; 134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Crash landed 6Aug44 with engine failure at Wilbur, MI; Surveyed at Oscoda AAF, MI August 9, 1944
				6454	(MSN 560)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Destroyed 13May43 when engine failed taking off at Richmond; To CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Richmond AAB, VA May 26, 1943
				6455	(MSN 561)	120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 29May44 on the ground in collision with 
					P-47D 42-27781 at Richmond; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945
				6456	(MSN 562)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 25Mar43 taxying at Millville; 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, 
					Camp Springs, MD; Crashed 26Jun43 after engine failure near Carmel, Deerfield, 3 miles NW of 
					Millville; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Fort Dix Field, NJ July 4, 1943
				6457	(MSN 563)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Destroyed 31Jan43 when propeller failed after take-off from Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
				6458	(MSN 564)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 15Apr43 taxying at Millville; 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 2May44 after 
					engine failure on an island in James River, VA; RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 25, 1945
				6459	(MSN 565)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 15Apr43 and destroyed by fire near Shrewsbury, MA; Pilot killed.
				6460	(MSN 566)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 8Mar43 landing at Millville; Surveyed April 10, 1944 at Richmond, VA.
				6461	(MSN 567)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 8Apr43 taxying at Millville; Crashed 23Apr43 after mid air collision with P-47C 41-6451, 
					10 miles SE of Millville. During a gun camera mock combat mission, the two pilots started their 
					dogfight at 12,000ft with a head on approach. After making four turns, the aircraft collided 
					with this aircraft being struck beneath and just ahead of the tail section. The aircraft 
					entered a flat spin and the pilot bailed out the left side, sliding down the wing on the 
					inside of the turn; he was narrowly missed by the tailplane falling to earth. 
					Aircraft surveyed at Fort Dix, NJ August 19, 1943.
				6462	(MSN 568)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 14Jan44 with P-47D 42-22451 at Richmond AAB, VA; 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 7Jul44 engine failure at Gasburg, VA; Surveyed at Richmond, VA February 19, 1945.
				6463	(MSN 569)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 6Jun43 taxying at Millville; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 10Sep44 8 miles E of Spring Mills, VA; Force landed 28Sep44 after engine 
					failure 2 miles E of Glendale, VA; Reclaimed at Richmond, VA June 29, 1945.
				6464	(MSN 570)	Reclaimed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL October 31, 1945.
				6465	(MSN 571)	120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 23Jul44 landing at Richmond; 
					Crashed 12Aug44 when the pilot lost control at Richmond; Pilot killed.
				6466	(MSN 572)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 8Apr43 involving P-47B 41-5931 at Millville Field, NJ; 323rd Fighter 
					Squadron, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond, VA; Crash landed 1Jul43 after engine 
					failure 23 miles W of Richmond; 537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Crashed 8Apr44 after engine failure 5 miles N of Atlantic City, NJ. 
					The pilot attempted to make an emergency landing at NAS Atlantic City. The engine cut out 
					about 5 miles short of the runway and the aircraft crashed into a house in Absecon Highlands, 
					injuring two people in the house. One of the injured described what happened: “Mother and 
					I were in the kitchen and I was just going to the steps to go upstairs when I heard a loud 
					crash and everything started falling on top of me. I was knocked down and dazed. I was trapped 
					in there with my mother lying down next to me. Then the pilot came in; he, with my father 
					and myself, got my mother out.” Repaired.  To RFC, 
					Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945.
				6467	(MSN 573)	To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR July 26, 1945.
				6468	(MSN 574)	131st Base Unit, Blackstone Field, VA; Crash landed 12Apr44 after engine failure 
					near Fredericksburg, VA; Surveyed at Camp Springs, MD April 16, 1944.
				6469	(MSN 575)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Force landed 1Feb43 at Langley; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Langley Field May 15, 1943.
				6470	(MSN 576)	125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 26Feb45 with engine failure one mile S 
					of Little Creek, DE; Reclaimed at Dover, DE June 29, 1945
				6471	(MSN 577)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 20May43 landing with undercarriage retracted at Richmond; Crash landed 27Feb44 with fuel 
					starvation 7 miles N of St Stephens, VA; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6472	(MSN 578)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ;
					Accident 17Apr43 landing at Millville; 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, 
					Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Redesignated RP-47C; Mid air collision 2Jun43 with a towed 
					target at the Municipal Airport, Philadelphia; Fort Dix Field, NJ; Accident 23Jun43 landing at 
					Fort Dix Field, NJ; 448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Damaged 8Feb44 in collision with P-47D 42-74829 taxying at Dover; 134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Mid air collision 25Aug44 with a towed target on the aerial gunnery range at Oscoda; 
					Reclaimed at Eglin, FL October 31, 1945
				6473	(MSN 579)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 10Mar43 when ground looped landing at Millville; 532nd FS, 83rd FG, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 16Feb44 with mechanical failure at Millville; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar44 with a towed target over Wildwood, NJ; 125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; 
					Mid air collision 11Aug44 with a towed target at Dover; Force landed 21Dec44 after bird strike 
					one mile S of Bower Beach, DE; to RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA June 3, 1945
				6474	(MSN 580)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Crashed 22Jan43 with structural failure near west gate at Langley; Pilot bailed out; 
					139th Base Unit, Shaw Field, SC; Accident 9May45 after engine failure taking off from Shaw, DBR
				6475	(MSN 581)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 19May43 after engine failure one mile N of Richmond; Pilot bailed out; 
					Aircraft surveyed at Richmond, VA May 23, 1943
				6476	(MSN 582)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Damaged 23Jan43 in collision with Culver Cadet NC32470 landing at Langley; The Cadet was 
					destroyed and its pilot killed; 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, 
					Philadelphia AAB, PA; Accident 8Aug43 taking off at Philadelphia; 537th FS, 
					87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 18Jan44 landing at Millville; 
					Reclaimed at Shaw Field, SC July 11, 1945
				6477	(MSN 583)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 24Mar43 landing at Baltimore; Force landed 20Apr43 in bad weather and destroyed 
					by fire at Greensburg Airport, PA; 69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, 
					Bedford Field, MA; Force landed 31Jul43 at Bedford
				6478	(MSN 584)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Damaged 3Apr43 in collision with an object at Baltimore; Surveyed at Baltimore April 30, 1943
				6479	(MSN 585)	Surveyed at Andrews, MD September 19, 1944
				6480	(MSN 586)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 18Mar43 landing at Baltimore; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 
					24May44 with mechanical failure near Norfolk; Surveyed at Langley May 25, 1944
				6481	(MSN 587)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crash landed 13May43 with undercarriage retracted after engine failure at Millville; 
					404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 2Oct43 taxying at Camp Springs; 125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; 
					crash landed 23Feb45 engine failure at Dover; To RFC, Bush Field, 
					Augusta, GA June 7, 1945
				6482	(MSN 588)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 1Mar43 into Chesapeake Bay off mouth of Middle River, MD; Pilot killed
				6483	(MSN 589)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 1Jun43 taxying at Richmond; 325th FS, Philadelphia Fighter Wing, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 24Oct43 landing at Millville; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 2, 1945
				6484	(MSN 590)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Exploded 4May43 and crashed near Pennsville, NJ.  There is an article in a 1997 issue of 'FlyPast' 
					magazine which says this aircraft crashed near Kenton, England Dec 2, 1943, but this article is incorrect. The plane crashing at Kenton was actually 42-7874. 
				6485	(MSN 591)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 17Mar43 taxying at Millville; Redesignated TP-47C; 122nd Base Unit, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 10Jan45 taxying at Camp Springs; 122nd Base Unit, Andrews Field, MD; Accident 6Apr45 
					taxying at Andrews; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6486	(MSN 592)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 9Mar43 landing at Baltimore; 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 30Oct43 engine failure near Smithfield, VA; Surveyed at Langley November 2, 1943
				6487	(MSN 593)	135th Base Unit, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 22Jun44 taking off at Millville; 
					Surveyed at Millville June 22, 1944
				6488	(MSN 594)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Forced landing 14Mar43 after engine failure 6 miles W of Atlantic City, NJ; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 5, 1945
				6489	(MSN 595)	404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Ground accident 6Dec43 and destroyed by fire at Camp Springs; Surveyed at Colorado Springs December 18, 1943
				6490	(MSN 596)	2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; Accident 3Feb43 when pilot failed 
					to unlock controls prior to take-off at Republic Field, Farmingdale 
				6491	(MSN 597)	350th FS, 363rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crash landed 27Feb43 with undercarriage retracted and with fuel starvation at Milford, DE; 
					365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; Accident 7May43 
					landing at Baltimore; 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 6Nov43 landing in collision with P-47D 42-74879 at Richmond;  To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6492	(MSN 598)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 10Feb43 landing at Atlantic City Municipal Airport, NJ; 375th FS, 
					361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crashed 29Jun43 in bad weather 
					5 miles NW of Saluda, VA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Langley July 2, 1943
				6493	(MSN 599)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 10Apr43 landing at Baltimore; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6494	(MSN 600)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Accident 30Jan44 taking off at Seymour Johnson; 123rd Base Unit, Seymour 
					Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 24Jul44 in collision with P-47G 42-25216 taxying at 
					Seymour Johnson; Surveyed at Seymour Johnson, NC July 26, 1944
				6495	(MSN 601)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 26Mar43 taxying at Millville; 324th FS, 327th FG, 
					1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 26Mar43 taking off at Richmond; Combat Crew 
					Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 26Sep44 and 
					crashed at Pemberton, VA; Reclaimed at Richmond, VA June 15, 1945
				6496	(MSN 602)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 6Apr43 when the engine caught fire at Germania, near Port Republic NJ; Pilot bailed out
				6497	(MSN 603)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 2Aug43 with mechanical failure at Millville; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ September 30, 1943
				6498	(MSN 604)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 27May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22297 landing at Richmond; 135th Base Unit, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 23Sep44 with a towed target and crashed 7 miles 
					offshore of Atlantic City aerial gunnery range, NJ; Pilot killed. The pilot was the number 
					three man of a flight of five aircraft on an aerial gunnery mission. On his fifth or sixth 
					pass at the target, his aircraft apparently hit the target cable and began a slow roll to the 
					right. The aircraft continued forward, rolled on its back and started a spiral to the right. 
					The aircraft crashed into the ocean and was never recovered. The aircraft crashed as the result 
					of hitting the ¼ inch cable and not the stabilizing bar. Reclaimed, Millville Field, NJ October 17, 1944. 
				6499	(MSN 605)	532nd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Accident 22Mar44 in collision with P-47D 42-8349 landing at Dover; To RFC, Altus, OK January 3, 1946
				6500	(MSN 606)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 24Mar43 after a mid air collision with P-47C 41-6501 S of Rock Hall, MD; Pilot killed; 
					Aircraft surveyed at Baltimore Municipal Airport April 3, 1943
				6501	(MSN 607)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 24Mar43 after a mid air collision with P-47C 41-6500 S of Rock Hall, MD; Pilot bailed out; 
					Aircraft surveyed at Baltimore Municipal Airport April 3, 1943
				6502	(MSN 608)	Reclaimed at Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL June 7, 1946
				6503	(MSN 609)	120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 3Aug44 after mid air collision with P-47G 42-25143, 
					7 miles NE of Goochland, VA; Pilot bailed out; Surveyed at Richmond, VA August 8, 1944
				6504	(MSN 610)	Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 3Feb43 landing at Central Airport, CA; Condemned 
					at Richmond, VA February 16, 1943
				6505	(MSN 611)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 22Apr43 in collision with P-47D 42-22286 taxying at Langley; 325th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged by fire 15Jun43 at Richmond; 
					536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 21Feb44 taxying at Millville; 5thFerrying Group; Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Crash landed 21Jun45 with engine failure 8 miles NW of Dallas, TX; Reclaimed at Love Field, TX July 2, 1945
				6506	(MSN 612)	125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 19Jun44 with engine failure at Dover; 
					S-1 Squadron, Damaged 20Dec44 by ‘friendly fire’ 5 miles E of Dover; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6507	(MSN 613)	533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crashed 15Mar44 near Wellville, VA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Colorado Springs March 18, 1944
				6508	(MSN 614)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 27Aug43 landing at Zephyrhills Field, FL; 532nd FS, 83rd FG,
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 8Apr44 with a towed target at Dover; 
					125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision with a towed target 13May44 at Dover; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 16, 1945
				6509	(MSN 615)	Reclaimed at Love Field, TX July 2, 1945
				6510	(MSN 616)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 11Apr43 landing at Langley; 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, 
					Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Accident 11Aug43 taking off at Richmond AAB, VA; 120th Base Unit, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 17Jul44 mechanical failure at Highland Springs, VA; Surveyed July 20, 1944
				6511	(MSN 617)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 30Mar43 taxying at Philadelphia; 22nd FS, 
					36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Accident 28Sep43 landing at Alamogordo; 
					496th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 18Jan44 taxying at Hammond; to RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 18, 1945
				6512	(MSN 618)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 7May43 in collision with RP-47C 41-6517 landing at Millville; 324th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 31Mar44 after the pilot lost 
					control near Oilville, VA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ April 1, 1944
				6513	(MSN 619)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 29Apr43 landing at Millville; 532nd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Dover Field, DE; Accident 12Mar44 taxying at Dover; To RFC, Altus, OK January 10, 1946
				6514	(MSN 620)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 23May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6526 landing at Millville; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ June 3, 1943
				6515	(MSN 621)	AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 21May43 at Orlando; 121st Base Unit, 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Ground accident 19Jul44 at Bradley; Redesignated TP-47C; 
					Accident 29Dec44 landing in bad weather at Bradley; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 5, 1945
				6516	(MSN 622)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident taking off at Richmond 7Sep43; Surveyed at Richmond, NJ September 11, 1943
				6517	(MSN 623)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 7May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6512 landing at Millville; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 20, 1945
				6518	(MSN 624)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, 
					PA; Accident 15Apr43 in collision with P-47D 42-22332 taxying at Philadelphia; 
					132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 5Jun44 with mechanical failure at Suffolk County; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Suffolk June 6, 1944
				6519	(MSN 625)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Force landed 17Jun43 with engine failure in a field during a training mission near Hammonton, NJ;  Pilot escaped
					with minor injuries but aircraft DBR. 
				6520	(MSN 626)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 25Mar43 landing at Philadelphia; Surveyed at Millville AAF October 26, 1943
				6521	(MSN 627)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 10Apr43 after an in-flight explosion near Municipal Airport, Philadelphia
				6522	(MSN 628)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 7Jun43 taking off at Camp Springs; Surveyed at July 13, 1943
				6523	(MSN 629)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 27Apr43 when the pilot lost control at Millville AB, NJ.  Pilot killed.
				6524	(MSN 630)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 26May43 after engine failure taking off at Millville Field, NJ; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Force landed 16Dec43 when lost near Catlett, VA; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 31Mar44 with P-47D 42-23119, 
					10 miles N of  Williamston, NC; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6525	(MSN 631)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 24Mar43 with engine failure at Philadelphia, PA; Combat Crew 
					Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, Redesignated TP-47C; Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 25Oct44 in 
					collision with AT-7C 43-33629 taxying at Camp Springs; Crash landed 2Mar45 with fuel starvation 
					9 miles SE of Washington, DC; Reclaimed at Andrews Field, DC September 6, 1945
				6526	(MSN 632)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 23May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6514 landing at Millville; 366th FS, 
					358th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 18Jun43 after engine 
					failure 5 miles S of Baltimore Field, MD; Surveyed at Camp Springs AAF, DC June 21, 1943
				6527	(MSN 633)	4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 1Mar43 landing at New Castle; 445th FS, 50th FG, Army Air 
					Forces School of Applied Tactics; Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 19Jul43 taking off at Orlando; 
					Surveyed at Orlando, FL July 20, 1943
				6528	(MSN 634)	351st FS [YJ-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Damaged 28Jun43 taxying at Goxhill; Raydon, Station 157; Battle damaged on a mission escorting
					B-17s to Schweinfurt, Germany 14Oct43; 375th FS [E2-I], 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged 9Apr44 when the aircraft hit a tree after 
					diving to shoot at a Fw 190; 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Declared war weary; Damaged 2Apr45 on take-off at Le Culot; 
					Repaired and modified as a two-seat hack; Condemned January 6, 1946
				6529	(MSN 635)	336th FS [VF-M], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Hi! R.P.M." [named in honor of the pilot’s new son, Robert Paul Miller (RPM)]; "Eager Beaver" 
					[named to reflect the pilot's Pacific Northwest heritage] / "Miss Beth" (L), "Violet" (R); 
					506th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 
					Crashed 13Apr44 after engine failure at Winkton, England; Pilot killed; During an early familiarisation 
					flight with a fully loaded P-47C, the pilot had to carry out an emergency return to the airfield, 
					having notified the field controller that he had a fuel leak and needing to land quickly. 
					The pilots at this time had relatively little experience of a flying the P-47 fully loaded; 
					aircraft at Myrtle Beach had had much of their armor removed and often the guns too. 
					Flying a P-47 with everything hanging, at slow speed and low level was difficult even 
					for a good pilot if they had little experience of the type. Add the pressure of an emergency return, 
					and the need probably to manouver by turning tight towards the airfield to avoid the village of 
					Winkton, and the pilot would have been under enormous pressure. Sadly the aircraft slipped 
					out of its tight turn and crashed into the field across the road from the Lamb Inn, only a few 
					yards from the airfield boundary and a couple of hundred yards from the runway; Condemned April 16, 1944
				6530	(MSN 636)	63rd FS [UN-J], 56th FG, 8th AF, King's Cliffe, Station 367; 
					"Windy"; 2908th Observation Training Squadron [VM-A], 2906th Observation Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 30Sep43 at Atcham; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-A], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Condemned 16Apr46
				6531	(MSN 637)	486th FS [PZ-K], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 
					"The Syracusan"; Headquarters Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 24Apr43 at Atcham; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-C], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 14Apr44 landing at Atcham; Salvaged May 26, 1945
				6532	(MSN 638)	84th FS [WZ-X; WZ-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Cali Kid"; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Declared war weary; Crashed 11Aug44 after abandoned due to explosion at Shelcott Farm, 
					Montford, England; Pilot bailed out; Condemned November 8, 1944
				6533	(MSN 639)	336th FS [VF-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-D], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, England, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 7Jun44 and destroyed by fire near Atcham; Condemned June 8, 1944
				6534	(MSN 640)	63rd FS [UN-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Vickie II"; 
					Shot down by a FW-190A-5 of JG 26/2 Stab at Forges-les-Eaux, SE of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France June 26, 1943; 
					Pilot KIA; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6535	(MSN 641)	83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crash landed 15May43 after engine failure at Duxford; 82nd FS [MX-K; MX-I], 
					"Little Joe", artwork - two dice showing two 2's (Little Joe); Shot down 1Apr44 by flak near 
					Armentières, France; MACR 3526.  Pilot KIA
				6536	(MSN 642)	336th FS [VF-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Sand Man" (L) / "Cisco" (R); Damaged 11Jan44 during take-off at Debden when the right tire 
					blew out, the aircraft veered off the runway and the right landing gear collapsed; Pilot survived,
					aircraft condemned April 18, 1944
				6537	(MSN 643)	63rd FS [UN-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Artwork - Squadron insignia under windshield; Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down 2Sep43 by Fw 190A-6 
					flown by unknown pilot and unit SW of Ghent, Belgium near Armentierres, France and crashed on fire 
					at Hazebrouck, France; MACR 468.  Pilot bailed out at 22,000ft and taken POW; Condemned September 7, 1943
				6538	(MSN 644)	334th FS [QP-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Wela Kahao!" [Hawaiian for 'strike while the iron is hot']; Crash landed 14Apr43 after engine 
					failure at RAF Langham, Norfolk; 351st FS [YJ-B], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Flak Bait";  552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-Q], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Force landed 1Mar44 with fuel 
					starvation at Aston Farm, near Wellington, Salop; Crashed 14Mar44 on take-off at RAF Wrexham; 
					Accident 9Jun44 in collision after landing with parked P-47D 42-75129 at Atcham; [DQ-K]; 
					Force landed 4Jul44 after engine failure near RAF Wheaton Aston, the pilot attempted an emergency 
					landing at the RAF airfield but undershot the runway and rolled across a meadow killing two cows 
					before ending up in the Shropshire Union Canal; Pilot unhurt, aircraft condemned July 7, 1944 
				6539	(MSN 645)	336th FS [VF-F], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Arizona Pete"; Damaged 28Jun43 in collision with P-47C 41-6573 taxying at Warmwell, Dorset; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Scrapped October 25, 1946
				6540	(MSN 646)	83rd FS [HL-S; HL-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Skonk Hunter"; Crashed 30Dec43 with fuel starvation in the English Channel 15 miles N of Dieppe, France; 
					MACR 1862.  Pilot bailed out and entered his dinghy but was not found by air-sea rescue in poor visibility.
				6541	(MSN 647)	336th FS [VF-A], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, England, Station 356; 
					Force landed 7Jan44 engine failure at Debden; [VF-G]; 
				6542	(MSN 648)	82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Iron Ass"; "Peter Rabbit"; Shot down 30Jul43 by Fw 190A and crashed into North Sea; 
					Pilot bailed out and rescued by ASR
				6543	(MSN 649)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 21Jul43 with a towed target on Moriches Gun Range, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out;
				6544	(MSN 650)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 20Jul43 engine failure at Hillsgrove Field; 538th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 18Jan44 with P-47D 42-22377 
					at Navassa, NC; Reclaimed at Bluethenthal, NC July 6, 1945
				6545	(MSN 651)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 4Jun43 with P-47D 42-8462, 3 miles E of Farmingdale; Pilot killed; 								To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 8, 1945
				6546	(MSN 652)	Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 22Apr43 when failed to pull out of 
					a high speed dive and crashed near Farmingdale, Long Island; Pilot killed
				6547	(MSN 653)	Reclaimed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL October 31, 1945
				6548	(MSN 654)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 11Mar43 landing with undercarriage retracted at Farmingdale; 
					497th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 4Dec43 engine failure at Harding Field; Surveyed at Westover AAF, MA December 7, 1943
				6549	(MSN 655)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Mid air collision 16Aug44 with P-47D 
					42-23259, 2 miles NW of Oplin, TX; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Abilene AF, TX August 18, 1944
				6550	(MSN 656)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 10Jul43 when ground looped landing at Suffolk County Field, NY; 
					Crash landed 16Jul43 after engine failure near Suffolk County Field, NY; 123rd Base Unit, Seymour 
					Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 29Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-22564 on the 
					ground at Seymour Johnson; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6551	(MSN 657)	Surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY November 18, 1943
				6552	(MSN 658)	310th FS, 58th FG,  Boston Fighter Wing, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Crashed 29May43 when the pilot lost control at Hillsgrove Field; Pilot killed; 
					Surveyed at Westover AAF, MA June 2, 1943
				6553	(MSN 659)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 21Mar43 with P-47C 41-6569 at Mitchel Field; Pilot bailed 
					out but was killed; Surveyed at Bradley Field, CT March 24, 1943
				6554	(MSN 660)	69th FS, 58th FG,  New York Fighter Wing, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 10May43 with engine failure at Bedford; DBR
				6555	(MSN 661)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 30Mar43 at Saybrook, CT; Pilot killed
				6556	(MSN 662)	121st Base Unit, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 23Apr44 by mechanical 
					failure taxying at Bradley; Crashed 4Jul44 at Hotchkiss Grove near Brandford, CT; Pilot killed; 
					Surveyed at Bradley Field, CT July 5, 1944
				6557	(MSN 663)	Reclaimed at Richmond AAB, VA June 29, 1945
				6558	(MSN 664)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed into Long Island Sound off Groton Long Point 19Sep43 after the pilot lost control ; Pilot bailed out
				6559	(MSN 665)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 21Jul43 in collision with P-47C 41-6280 taxying at Hillsgrove Field; 485th FS, 
					370th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crash landed 17Oct43 
					with engine failure at Westover; 401st FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Force landed 2Jan44 with engine failure at Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Forced landing 14May44 
					with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal; Surveyed May 15, 1944
				6560	(MSN 666)	130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Crash landed 19Mar45 with mechanical failure at Langley, VA.
				6561	(MSN 667)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 18May43 with P-47C 41-6636 at Fort Michie, Great Gull Island, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6562	(MSN 668)	Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Damaged 28Sep42 landing at Eglin; 340th FS, 
					348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crashed 4Apr43 when the pilot 
					lost control at New Bedford, MA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Westover Field, MA April 5, 1943
				6563	(MSN 669)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Mid air collision 11Jun43 with P-47D 42-8253 over Fire Island gunnery range, MA; To RFC, Ontario, CA June 4, 1945
				6564	(MSN 670)	69th FS [469], 58th FG, 1st AF, "City of Hartford"; 
					Bedford Field, MA; Forced landing 14Jun43 with engine failure at Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 23Dec43 landing at Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY; 437th Air Base Squadron, 1st AF, 
					Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 24Mar44 by structural failure at 
					Suffolk; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 132nd Base Unit, Damaged 13Oct44 by bird strike 
					2 miles SW of Montauk Point, Long Island, NY; Reclaimed at Mitchel Field, NY July 14, 1945
				6565	(MSN 671)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Destroyed by fire 10May43 in  a ground accident at Mitchel Field; 
					Surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY May 16, 1943
				6566	(MSN 672)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Missing 27Apr43 New York State; Pilot MIA
				6567	(MSN 673)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 27Feb43 taxying at Mitchel Field; 22nd FS, 
					36th FG, 2ndScribner AAB, NB; Accident 5Dec43 landing at Scribner; 
					265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Accident 2May44 when ground looped 
					taking off at Pocatello; Surveyed at Pocatello AAB, ID June 17, 1944
				6568	(MSN 674)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Forced landing 
					24Jun44 with engine failure 3 miles E of Bluethenthal; Surveyed June 25, 1944
				6569	(MSN 675)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 21Mar43 with P-47C 41-6553 at Mitchel Field; 
					Pilot bailed out; Condemned at Mitchel Field, NY March 24, 1943
				6570	(MSN 676)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 12Sep43 with engine failure and fire at Montauk Point, Long Island, NY; Surveyed 
					at Mitchel Field, NY September 30, 1943
				6571	(MSN 677)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Accident 7Jun43 landing at Bedford; Accident 14Jun43 landing at Bedford; 336th Fighter 
					Squadron [VF-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"The Earl" - artwork of a top hat, walking cane and gloves
				6572	(MSN 678)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Accident 29Mar43 landing at Bedford
				6573	(MSN 679)	336th FS [VF-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Artwork featuring a cartoon image of a smoking standing penguin wearing a dinner-suit, a flying 
					helmet and a holstered pistol over its left shoulder in front of a blue disc; 
					"B.E.V.O.A.P.A.B.M." ['Bird's Eye View Of A Pig's Arse By Moonlight'] - artwork of a pig entering 
					a hutch; Damaged 28Jun43 in collision with P-47C 41-6539 taxying at RAF Warmwell, Dorset, England, 
					Station 454; Condemned September 20, 1945
				6574	(MSN 680)	83rd FS [HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					336th FS [VF-G], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Miss San Carlos"; [VF-J]; Condemned May 13, 1944
				6575	(MSN 681)	336th FS [VF-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Doreen III" / artwork of a boxing eagle on right cowling; 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Declared war weary; used as a hack; "Old Man"; Condemned September 29, 1945
				6576	(MSN 682)	334th FS [QP-J], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"The Deacon", artwork - cartoon image of a preacher dressed in black wearing two holstered pistols, 
					with a bible in his left hand and a playing card in his right sleeve, with a halo above his black hat; 
					Crashed into English Channel S of Isle of Wight with engine failure June 15, 1943; Pilot bailed out and rescued; 
					Condemned October 31, 1944
				6577	(MSN 683)	1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 25Aug43 landing at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England; Salvaged May 17, 1945
				6578	(MSN 684)	335th FS [WD-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Force landed 7Aug43 after engine failure near Great Chesterford; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-K], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England, Station 342; Accident 
					landing 23Apr44 at Atcham; Declared war weary; Accident 5Sep44 landing at Atcham; Accident 26Sep44 landing at 
					Atcham; Accident 15Oct44 at Atcham; Condemned July 17, 1945
				6579	(MSN 685)	336th FS [VF-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Artwork - "Donald Duck" cartoon figure on port side engine cowling; "Spike" on left side below canopy; 
					[VF-H], Crashed 22Sep43 on take-off after engine failure at Debden; DBR
				6580	(MSN 686)	84th FS [WZ-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					361st FS [QI-P], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					Condemned June 26, 1944; Declared war weary; Used as station hack
				6581	(MSN 687)	83rd FS [HL-Q], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Western New Yorker"; Shot up 5Jan44 during combat with Fw 190A-6 fighters of JG 2 and crashed 
					Tinchebray, 12km W of Flers, France; MACR 1740.  Pilot killed
				6582	(MSN 688)	335th FS [WD-A], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; 
					Accident 22May44 landing at High Halden; Condemned October 27, 1945
				6583	(MSN 689)	61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 25Jul43 landing at Halesworth; 351st FS [YJ-K], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Alyce"; The aircraft was despatched with others from 
					the 353rd FG to provide escort to the B-17 formations of 3rd Bomb Division attacking at 
					Gelsenkirchen, Germany; Shot down 5Nov43 with combat damage by Fw 190A of JG 1/I at Volkerak 
					near Willemstad, over the Zuider Zee, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out & taken POW; Wreckage recovered 1973
				6584	(MSN 690)	63rd FS [UN-A], 56th FG, 8th AF; [UN-E], "Holy Joe", 
					artwork - Skull & crossbones flag; Force landed 1Dec43; Condemned December 5, 1943
				6585	(MSN 691)	351st FS [YJ-N], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Metfield, Station 366; Crash landed 7Sep43 near Westleton, Southwold when it ran with fuel 
					starvation returning from a mission escorting B-17s in the attack on the German airfield at 
					Brussels, Belgium; Repaired;  552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 15Feb44 in collision with P-47C 41-6381 taxying 
					at Atcham; repaired.  Mid air collision 3Apr44 with RAF Miles Master serial DL477 at Eyton-On-Severn near Shrewsbury.
					RAF record card for Master DL477 states aircraft crashed at Syton-on-Severn, England Apr 3, 1944 after colliding with this P-47. 
				6586	(MSN 692)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Crashed 24Jul43 at Wooton, near Goxhill, LIncolnshire; Pilot killed. This aircraft took off as the 
					lead aircraft of a pair for high-altitude formation training work. Having completed the 
					exercises at 29,000 feet, the pilot led his wingman in a steep dive through cloud heading 
					for home. The wingman pulled out of the dive at 18,000 feet as he had a problem with his 
					ears blocking. This aircraft continued its dive and crashed into the ground with no attempt 
					made to pull out of the dive. The accident board concluded that the piot lost consciousness 
					in the dive and was killed in the crash. Condemned July 24, 1943.
				6587	(MSN 693)	334th FS [QP-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					The aircraft took off from Halesworth as a more forward location and was despatched with other 
					fighters from 4th FG to provide escort to B-17s attacking at Wilhelmshaven. The flight was 
					attacked by German fighters at the Dutch coast; [QP-M], Shot down 3Nov43 by Fhj Fw. Hans Frese 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/4 at Oosterland, W of Den Oever, Netherlands; MACR 1049 and 4139.  Pilot killed
				6588	(MSN 694)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, 
					Baton Rouge, LA; Force landed 10Mar44 with engine failure close to Harding Field; 
					Reclaimed at Harding Field , Baton Rouge, LA June 15, 1945
				6589	(MSN 695)	9th Reconnaissance Squadron, 59th Reconnaissance Group, 3rd AF, 
					Thomasville Field, GA; Crashed 3Jun43 after engine failure near Thomasville
				6590	(MSN 696)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 14Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; Crashed 15Apr43 after engine 
					failure into Lake Bradford, Tallahassee, FL; Pilot bailed out
				6591	(MSN 697)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 23Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; 403rd FS, 
					332nd FG, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 31Jul43 with 
					mechanical failure at Selfridge; To RFC, Ontario, CA March 26, 1945
				6592	(MSN 698)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 8Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 18, 1945
				6593	(MSN 699)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 9Jul43 after engine failure taking off at Dale Mabry; 305th Ferrying Squadron, 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Damaged 29May44 in collision with UC-78 
					42-62461 taxying at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS; Reclaimed at Hill Field, UT May 29, 1945
				6594	(MSN 700)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 14Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8363 taxying at Perry; 499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Harris Neck Auxiliary Field, Warsaw, GA; 
					Crash landed 20Oct43 with engine failure 2 miles S of Harris Neck Auxiliary Field; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at Perry Field, FL October 27, 1943
				6595	(MSN 701)	12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Forced landing 30Mar43 at Philadelphia Airport, PA; 501st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Waycross Field, GA; Force landed 21Mar44 with 
					mechanical failure at Waycross; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Wendover Field, MA August 26, 1944
				6596	(MSN 702)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 1Mar43 taxying at Dale Mabry; 499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Harris Neck Auxiliary Field, Warsaw, GA; 
					Accident 25Oct43 after engine failure taking off at Harris Neck; 216th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Damaged 8Jul44 in collision with parked P-47B 41-6027 
					at Wendover; Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 7, 1945
				6597	(MSN 703)	[M87]; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Forced landing 27Aug44 
					with engine and mechanical failure at Pocatello; 266th Base Unit, Majors Field, TX; 
					Crashed 26Mar45 when the pilot lost control 10 miles S of Greenville, TX; Pilot bailed out; 
					Surveyed at Majors AAF, TX March 26, 1944
				6598	(MSN 704)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 14Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; 42nd FS, 
					54th FG, 3rd AF, Hillsborough Auxiliary Field, Tampa, FL; Force landed 
					20Aug43 with mechanical failure at Hillsborough; Surveyed at Hisslboro AAF, FL September 2, 1943
				6599	(MSN 705)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 25Apr43 with fuel starvation 3 miles N of Sumatra, FL; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Goldsboro Field, NC May 12, 1943
				6600	(MSN 706)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 17Jun43 into Gulf of Mexico near Cedar Keys, FL; Surveyed at Tallahassee June 23, 1943
				6601	(MSN 707)	To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR September 28, 1945
				6602	(MSN 708)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 4Apr43 landing at Dale Mabry; 13th FS, 
					53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Accident 11Oct43 landing at Venice; 
					To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6603	(MSN 709)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 16Aug44 with engine 
					failure 4 miles NW of American Falls, ID; 13th FS, 53rd FG, 
					3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Force landed 11Oct43 engine failure 15 miles SE of LaBelle, FL; 
					Reclaimed at Pocatello, ID December 16, 1944
				6604	(MSN 710)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Crashed 21Sep44 attempting a 
					forced landing 11 miles W of Blackfoot, ID; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Pocatello AAF September 21, 1944
				6605	(MSN 711)	Reclaimed at Hill Field, Ogden, UT May 29, 1945
				6606	(MSN 712)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 22Mar43 taxying at Dale Mabry; Damaged 31Mar43 while parked in 
					collision by P-40K 42-10378 taxying at Dale Mabry; 42nd FS, 54th FG, 
					3rd AF, Hillsborough Auxiliary Field, Tampa, FL; Force landed 22Dec43 engine 
					failure 10 miles W of Zephyrhills, FL; Surveyed at Hillsboro AAF, FL December 24, 1943
				6607	(MSN 713)	859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; Damaged 19Apr44 landing at 
					Matagorda; 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 17Aug44 when nosed over landing at Matagorda; To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6608	(MSN 714)	123rd Base Unit, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 27Sep44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-8160 taxying at Seymour Johnson; RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6609	(MSN 715)	Surveyed at Venice Field, FL October 20, 1943
				6610	(MSN 716)	4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 2Mar43 landing at Baltimore, MD; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Destroyed by fire 17Aug44 on the ground at Pocatello
				6611	(MSN 717)	441st FS, 338th FG, 1st AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 17Jun43 2 miles E of Lighthouse Point, FL; Pilot bailed out.  Also listed as being surveyed at
					Tallahassee Jun 11, 1943.
				6612	(MSN 718) to RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 17, 1945
				6613	(MSN 719)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 22Mar43 in collision with P-40K 42-10377 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					Accident 31May43 landing at Dale Mabry; To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6614	(MSN 720)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 24Jun43 landing at Dale Mabry; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					266th Base Unit, Majors Field, TX; Accident 16Mar45 when ground looped landing at Majors, TX; 
					Reclaimed at Majors Field, TX June 3, 1946
				6615	(MSN 721)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 8May43 by an explosion on maintenance at Dale Mabry; 
					306th FS, Destroyed 25Aug43 in collision with P-47D 42-8358 taxying 
					at Dale Mabry; Surveyed at Dale Mabry AF September 6, 1943
				6616	(MSN 722)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 8May43 with fuel starvation 4 miles NE of Monticello, FL; 
				6617	(MSN 723)	13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; 
					Destroyed 22Nov43 when force landed with engine failure on the Venice Bombing Range; 
					Surveyed at Venice AAF, FLDecember 4, 1943
				6618	(MSN 724)	82nd FS [MX-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Hun Ram-Er" / "Mackie" [Mackie named for the pilot’s wife, Maxine]; 44thBomb Group, 8th AF, 
					RAF Shipdham, Norfolk, England, Station 115; Crash landed 7Apr44 at Wendling, Station 118; 14th Combat Bomber Wing, 
					8th AF, Shipdham, Station 115; Damaged 8Sep44 taxying at Shipdham; Declared war weary; 
					Destroyed 25Oct44 landing at Shipdham; Surveyed October 22, 1945
				6619	(MSN 725)	551st Fighter Training Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 20Oct43 near Baschurch, Shrewsbury; 
				6620	(MSN 726)	61st FS [HV-H], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Powers Girl" [pilot: 
					Joseph L. Powers Jr]; Crash landed 26Jun43 wheels up at RAF Hawkinge with hydraulic failure 
					caused by battle damage by Fw 190 over France; 1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 27Sep43 landing at Warton, Station 582; 552nd 
					Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Exploded and crashed 11Apr44 at Gerwyn Farm, Eynton, England; Pilot killed; Salvaged April 12, 1944
				6621	(MSN 727)	335th FS [WD-R], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Declared war weary; Modified as a two-seat hack; HQ Squadron, 366th FG, 9th AF, 
					Asch [Y-29], Belgium; Accident 13Feb45 with engine failure on take-off at Langford Lodge, 
					Northern Ireland, Station 597; Salvaged April 18, 1945
				6622	(MSN 728)	83rd FS [HL-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					63rd FS [UN-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Damaged 16Aug43 at Halesworth when a burst tyre on take-off caused the belly fuel tank to 
					catch fire; Condemned August 22, 1943
				6623	(MSN 729)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6624	(MSN 730)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6625	(MSN 731)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6626	(MSN 732)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6627	(MSN 733)	551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Crashed 7May44 near Broseley, Ironbridge; Pilot killed; Condemned May 7, 1944
				6628	(MSN 734)	83rd FS [HL-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Force landed 30Jul43 with engine failure at RAF West Wickham; Crash landed 10Jan44 at Wattisham, 
					Station 470; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-M], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Accident 21Apr44 landing at Atcham; Accident 21May44 landing at Atcham. 
					On 3Oct44 the pilot was flying in formation with 3 other P-47s from RAF Atcham near Shrewsbury, 
					when he lost control and nose dived into the ground at Thorncliffe near Leek, Staffordshire. 
					The flight was to practice battle formation flying, and in close formation the three pilots 
					copied the leader. However the four Thunderbolts entered dense cloud and upon losing visual 
					contact with the aircraft he was formated on, the pilot appears to have become disoriented 
					in the cloud and lost control, putting the P-47 into a dive from which he could not recover. 
					The pilot tried to bail out, the canopy being found some distance away, but the forces upon him 
					prevented escape, and the Thunderbolt buried itself so deeply into the soft ground that recovery 
					was impossible, and his body remains there today with the wreck of his aircraft. Aircraft 
					condemned November 30, 1944
				6629	(MSN 735)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6630	(MSN 736)	84th FS [WZ-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Spokane Chief" [named after pilot’s Hometown]; 82nd FS [MX-O], Condemned September 20, 1945
				6631	(MSN 737)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6632	(MSN 738)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6633	(MSN 739)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 28Nov43 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County; 
					121st Base Unit; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Force landed 4May44 with engine failure 
					short of the runway at Bradley; Surveyed September 27, 1944
				6634	(MSN 740)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Mid air collision 12Apr43 with P-47C 41-6174 and crashed offshore into 
					Narragansett Bay, near Apponaug, RI; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6635	(MSN 741)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Accident 25Aug43 landing at Suffolk County; 325th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 30Dec43 taxying at Millville, NJ; 
					537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 6Mar44 with a towed target over Atlantic City Gunnery Range, NJ; Surveyed August 3, 1944
				6636	(MSN 742)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 18May43 with P-47C 41-6561 at Fort Michie, Great Gull Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6637	(MSN 743)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 8Jun43 on fire 5 miles S of Bedford; Pilot bailed out
				6638	(MSN 744)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Accident 21Mar43 landing wheels up at Bedford; 368th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6160 
					taxying at Grenier; Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crashed 19Jul43 5 miles 
					NE of Farmingdale; Surveyed July 28, 1943
				6639	(MSN 745)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, 
					Manchester, NH; Crashed 2May43 with mechanical failure 25 miles NE of Grenier; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6640	(MSN 746) to RFC, Altus Field, OK October 9, 1945
				6641	(MSN 747)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Mid air collision 7Mar43 with P-47C 41-6444 near Andover, MA; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 22Mar44 landing at Seymour Johnson; Surveyed May 17, 1944
				6642	(MSN 748)	49th Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 in collision with P-47D 43-25363 taxying at Harding; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 
					263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Mid air collision 16Jul44 
					with P-47D 42-74894 near Gulfport, MS; to RFC, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA January 23, 1945
				6643	(MSN 749)	370th FS [45x], 359th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					"City of Cleveland"; Crashed 14May43 after engine failure near Topsfield, MA; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6644	(MSN 750)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 31May43 landing at Groton; Surveyed March 31, 1944 at Eglin Field, FL
				6645	(MSN 751)	124th Base Unit, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Force landed 30May44 with 
					engine failure one mile E of Midway, NC; Surveyed at Westover AAF, MA May 31, 1944
				6646	(MSN 752)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 1Mar43 into Boston Harbor off NAB Squantum, MA; Pilot killed.  Also listed as wrecked at Bedford AAF, MA
					Mar 5, 1943.
				6647	(MSN 753)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 14Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ March 7, 1944
				6648	(MSN 754)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Mid air collision 18May43 with RP-47C 41-6453 at Millville; 135th Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crash landed 1Jun44 with engine failure 6 miles from Wood County Airport, OH
					Also listed as to CL-26 at Lockbourne AAF, OH Apr 13, 1944.
				6649	(MSN 755)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 1Jul43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville; To RFC, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN September 18, 1945
				6650	(MSN 756)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Destroyed 28Apr43 landing at Baltimore.  Also listed as wrecked at Bolling Field, WA May 3, 1943.
				6651	(MSN 757)	537th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 20Apr44 landing with mechanical fault at Millville; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 5, 1945
				6652	(MSN 758)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 5Apr43 landing at Richmond; Crashed 7Jun43 with fuel starvation at Richmond; To CL-26 
					ground instructional airframe at Republic Aircraft, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY
				6653	(MSN 759)	358th FS [49], 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia 
					Municipal Airport, PA; "Ruth"; Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 15Apr43 landing wheels up after 
					engine failure 2 miles N of Landisville, NJ; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 29Apr44 at Camp Springs; Crashed 16Sep44 into 
					Chesapeake Bay, E of Bay Ridge, MD; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Peterson Field, CO September 18, 1944
				6654	(MSN 760)	To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 17, 1945
				6655	(MSN 761)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 in collision with parked P-47D 42-8360 taxying at Norfolk, VA; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 2Feb45 with a 
					towed target 45 miles NE of Norfolk, VA; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 16, 1945
				6656	(MSN 762) to RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6657	(MSN 763)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Destroyed 6Jun43 with mechanical failure taking off at Millville; Stored at Hill Field, UT June 12, 1946
				6658	(MSN 764)	Reclaimed at Fort Sumner Field, NM March 13, 1946
				6659	(MSN 765)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 13Apr43 landing wheels up at Langley; Millville Field, NJ; Accident 13May43 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Millville; 325th FS, 337th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 26Jun43 taxying at Richmond; Accident 1Jul43 landing with mechanical 
					fault at Richmond; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Dover Field, DE March 2, 1944; Reclaimed April 9, 1946
				6660	(MSN 766)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 17Nov43 with engine failure short of the runway at Millville; Surveyed at Richmond AB, VA
					November 30, 1943
				6661	(MSN 767)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Maintenance accident 12Jun43 with P-47D 42-22263 at Millville; 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Blackstone Field, VA; Force landed 8May44 with engine failure at Blackstone; 
					Surveyed at McClellan AF, CA May 11, 1944
				6662	(MSN 768)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal 
					Airport, PA; Crashed 8Jul43 after engine failure near Oakford, PA; To CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Fort Dix Field, NJ July 10, 1943
				6663	(MSN 769)	22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; 
					Damaged 7Dec43 by bird strike at Scribner; To RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 13, 1945
				6664	(MSN 770)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed after engine failure just short of NAAS Woodbine, NJ June 5, 1943. The pilot was 
					trying to make an emergency landing, but couldn’t make the field. He saw a house in his path, 
					turned to the right, tore a wing off on a tree, and stopped in a plowed field. To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at Fort Dix Field, NJ June 9, 1943
				6665	(MSN 771)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22279 landing at Langley; 535th FS, 
					87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 24Mar44 after engine failure 
					4 miles E of Shadyside, MD; Pilot bailed out but was killed; Surveyed at Langley Field, VA April 5, 1944
				6666	(MSN 772)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 10Mar43 at Richmond; TO CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 27, 1943
				6667	(MSN 773)	to RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 5, 1945
41-6668/6721		Republic P-43 Lancer
				6668	515th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; Accident 19Oct42 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Foster Field; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe January 5, 1943
				6669	62nd Air Base Squadron, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX; Damaged 5Oct42 when nosed over taxying 
					at Sheppard Field; Reclaimed at Buckley Field, Aurora, CO December 5, 1944
				6670	Reclaimed at Gulfport Field, MS March 27, 1945
				6671	6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Destroyed 15Jun42 when ground 
					looped landing at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX
				6672	107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Destroyed 
					24Mar42 when ground looped landing at Esler Field
				6673	122nd Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 17Mar42 
					when ground looped taking off at Daniel Field; Reclaimed at Buckley Field, Aurora, CO December 2, 1944
				6674	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 10Sep42 when ground looped with mechanical 
					failure landing at Jacksonville, FL; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Orlando AAB, FL October 1, 1942
				6675	HQ Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 17Jun41 landing at Cherry Fork, OH; To 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Ohio Institute of Aeronautics, Columbus, OH February 26, 1942
				6676	38th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 22Oct41 landing at Portland; 
					77th FS, 20th FG, 3rd AF, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 18Jul42 when ground looped with 
					mechanical failure landing at Spartanburg; 22nd Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 74th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Group, Camp Campbell, Hopkinsville, KY; Accident 15Dec43 when nosed over landing at 
					Campbell Field; Reclaimed at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX August 22, 1945
				6677	38th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Paine Field, Everett, WA; Destroyed 10Feb42 when stalled 
					force landing at McChord Field, Tacoma, WA; Pilot killed
				6678	54th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Paine Field, Everett, WA; Damaged 20Aug41 while parked 
					in collision by Stearman PT-17 41-8060 taxying at McChord Field, WA; 54th Pursuit Squadron, 
					55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 17Nov41 when ground looped taking off at Portland AAB; 
					Reclaimed October 26, 1944
				6679	Portland AAB, OR, Damaged 20Jun41 when ground looped at Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY; Sub-Depot, 
					Lowry Field, Denver, CO; Accident 15May42 when ground looped landing at Lowry Field; 513th Flexible 
					Gunnery Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; Accident 10Nov42 when ground looped landing 
					at Foster Field; Damaged 23Nov42 in collision with North American AT-6A 41-167 taxying at Foster; 
					Reclaimed at Gulfport Field, MS March 27, 1945
				6680	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Destroyed 19Sep42 after the engine failed taking off 
					and crashed into a swamp at the end of the runway at Drew Field
				6681	54th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Damaged 7Jul41 when ground looped 
					at Portland; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Sheppard Field, TX March 18, 1943
				6682	54th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 26Aug41 landing at Portland; 
					Sub-Depot, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 8May42 when ground looped taking off at Portland AAB; 
					Reclaimed at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX August 22, 1945
				6683	38th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 14Jul41 landing at Portland; 
					Accident 24Jul41 taking off at Portland; CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX March 18, 1943
				6684	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 17Jun42 
					when ground looped landing at Esler Field; Condemned at Esler Field February 10, 1943
				6685	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43D; 5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD; Shipped to 
					Australia 9Jul42, arrived 15Aug42; Used for appraisal of type; Royal Australian AF as 
					serial A56-8; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 10Nov42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance 
					Unit, Coomalie Creek, NT, 11Dec42; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 12May43; Stored 25Jun43; 
					Special Duties and Performance Flight, Laverton, VIC, Jul 14, 1943.  Back to  5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD, 
					18Jul43; Salvaged
				6686	55th FS, 20th FG, 3rd AF, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 17Jul42 landing at Morris Field; 
					Surveyed January 1, 1943
				6687	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 1Apr42 
					when ground looped landing at Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX; March Field, Riverside, CA; To CL-26 
					ground instructional airframe July 14, 1942; Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43D; 
					24th Observation Squadron (later renmed 33rd PRS), 76th Observation Group, Vichy Field, MO; 
					Mid air collision 27Mar43 with an object at Vichy Field; Pilot killed
				6688	154th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Crashed 28Apr42 
					after losing control 4 miles NW of Lawson Field, GA; Pilot killed
				6689	48th Pursuit Squadron, 14th Pursuit Group, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA; NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					Accident 1Mar42 when ground looped landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA
				6690	154th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 28Aug42 
					when ground looped landing at Morris Field; Reclaimed at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA March 27, 1945
				6691	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 15Sep42 taking off at Drew Field; Moore Field, Mission, TX; 
					Force landed 21Jan43 with mechanical failure and destroyed at Moore Field
				6692	Accepted by USAAF 23Jul41; 71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Force landed 13Sep41 with fuel exhaustion near Crockett, TX; Modified for photo-reconnaissance 2Jun42, 
					redesignated P-43D; Royal Australian AF as serial A56-1; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 31Aug42; 
					No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 14Sep42; Damaged 25Mar43 in collision with parked 
					Avro Anson AW963; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 30Mar43; Stored 12May43; 5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD; 
					27Aug43; Returned to USA 4Apr44; Desert Center, CA; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Desert Center AAF,
					CA April 13, 1944; 
					Surveyed 5Sep44
				6693	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 10Jan42 when ground looped taking off at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 15, 1942
				6694	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 26Nov41 
					landing with mechanical failure at Spartanburg Municipal Airport, SC; Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Biloxi, MS April 3, 1942
				6695	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43D; Desert Center, CA; CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Desert Center AAF, CA April 13, 1944
				6696	48th Pursuit Squadron, 14th Pursuit Group, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA; NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					Destroyed 12Feb42 when nosed over landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; Surveyed August 31, 1942
				6697	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 2Jan42 when ground looped taking off at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 15, 1942
				6698	94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Aug41 when 
					ground looped landing at Selfridge Field; Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe September 20, 1943
				6699	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 22Oct41 
					landing at Savannah AAB, GA; Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL; Condemned February 23, 1942
				6700	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Crashed 28Dec41 into the Pacific Ocean off NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; Pilot killed
				6701	94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 16Nov41 
					with fuel exhaustion and destroyed at Conyers, GA; Surveyed April 19, 1942
				6702	48th Pursuit Squadron, 14th Pursuit Group, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA; Force landed 16Mar42 
					after engine failure at Newport Beach, CA; 6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach 
					Field, CA; Accident 27May42 when nosed over landing at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ; Lincoln Field, NB; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Lincoln Field, NB August 13, 1942
				6703	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 31Jan42 when ground looped landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Accident 27May42 when nosed over 
					landing at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ; Moore Field, Mission, TX; Damaged 26Jan43 taxying at 
					Moore Field, TX; Lincoln Field, NB; Reclaimed at Lincoln Field September 5, 1944
				6704	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Nov41 
					when ground looped landing at Spartanburg, SC; Surveyed April 9, 1942
				6705	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 10Sep41 
					when ground looped landing at Esler Field, LA; Surveyed December 17, 1942
				6706	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 
					27Oct41 after engine failure 10 miles NW of Savannah AAB, GA; 98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, 
					Tampa, FL; Accident 5Sep42 when ground looped landing at Drew Field; To RFC May 15, 1945
				6707	Accepted by USAAF 12Aug41; 71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount 
					Clemens, MI; Accident 25Sep41 when overshot landing at Lake Charles AAB, LA; Modified 
					for photo-reconnaissance 2Jun42, designated P-43D; Royal Australian AF as serial A56-2; 
					No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 31Aug42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 
					14Sep42; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 30Mar43; Stored 12May43; Special Duties and 
					Performance Flight, Laverton, VIC,  12Feb43; Returned to No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit; 
					No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 29Apr43; Stored 12May43;  Back to 5th AF Sep 2, 1943, Charter Towers, QLD;
				 	Condemned in Australia 4Aug44
				6708	Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS; Reclaimed October 2, 1945
				6709	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 16Dec41 landing with mechanical failure at NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Surveyed October 14, 1942
				6710	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Damaged 7Sep42 taxying at Drew Field; Lincoln Field, NB; 
					Reclaimed at Lincoln Field, NB September 5, 1944
				6711	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 24Jan42 when ground looped landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					Buckley Field, Aurora, CO; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Buckley Field May 10, 1943
				6712	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 15Oct41 
					landing at Savannah AAB, GA; Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Chanute
					Field April 30, 1942
				6713	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Destroyed 17Sep42 in collision with P-43 41-6719 
					landing at Drew Field; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Drew Field January 1, 1943
				6714	CL-26 ground instructional airframe November 14, 1942
				6715	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Nov41 
					when ground looped landing at Spartanburg, SC; Condemned February 23, 1942
				6716	Sub-Depot, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 9Jul42 taking off at Morris Field
				6717	HQ Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 13Oct41 when 
					ground looped taking off at Savannah AAB, GA; NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at North Island, CA February 23, 1942
				6718	Accepted by USAAF 12Aug41; 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 22Aug41 
					when ground looped after engine failure taking off at Mitchel Field, NY; Modified for 
					photo-reconnaissance 2May42, redesignated P-43D; 5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD; 
					Shipped to Australia 9Jul42, arrived 15Aug42; Used for appraisal of type; Royal Australian AF 
					as serial A56-7; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 10Nov42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance 
					Unit, Coomalie Creek, NT, 11Dec42; Damaged 31Jan43 when a brake jammed landing at Laverton, VIC; 
					Missing 29Apr43 while on a reconnaissance flight to Laverton, VIC from Wagga, NSW. Found 15 years 
					later in June 1958 in thick forest on the side of Gordon Gully near Healesville, North East of Melbourne.
				6719	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Destroyed 17Sep42 in collision with P-43 41-6713 
					landing at Drew Field; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Drew Field January 1, 1943
				6720	McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA; Reclaimed January 3, 1946
				6721	507th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX; Accident 12Nov42 when 
					nosed over landing at Kelsey Bass Field, TX; Air Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					Accident 24Nov43 when ground looped landing at Tinker Field; Surveyed at Tinker Field December 28, 1943