1942 USAAF Serial Numbers (42-10960 to 42-30031)


Last revised September 8, 2023


42-10960/11129		Curtiss P-40L-20-CU Warhawk
				Model 87-B3
				10964, 10974, 10983, 10991, 10992, 11010, 11026, 11037, 
					11039, 11053, 11055, 11058, 11069, 11064, 11065, 11068/11070,
					11075, 11076, 11078, 11080, 11083, 11085, 11090/11092,
					11105, 11109, 11110, 11112/11116, 11120  converted
					to P-40R-2
				10960 (79th FG, 86th FS) hit high tension wires during strafing run and crashed near
					Tirmoli, Italy Oct 6, 1943.  MACR 1065.  Pilot KIA.
				10961 (79th FG, 86th FS) lost Sep 26, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1639
				10969 (79th FG, 86th FS) shot down by AAA Jan 2, 1944, Italy.  MACR 1822.  Pilot POW.
				10970 recovered from crash site and repaired by RAF.  Transferred to French AF.
				10974 Conv to P-40R; w/o 20 Feb 1945 at Litchfield Park, AZ
				10978 (8th ADG, 511th SrS) crashed on landing at Dakar, Senegal, French West Africa Jul 2, 1943.
				10980 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Volturno River, Italy
				11000 crashed on landing at Atar, Mauritania, French West Africa Jul 22, 1943
				11002 W/o 3 Aug 1944 at Madna, Italy
				11004 W/o 20 Nov 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11006 (79th FG, 87th FS) shot down by AAA Dec 18, 1943.  MACR 1521 and 1522.  Pilot KIA
				11009 (324th FG) lost May 14, 1944.  MACR 4791
				11013 (79th FG, 87th FS) crashed near Chieti, Italy Dec 12, 1943.   MACR 1842.  Pilot KIA
				11016 W/o 1 May 1944 at El Aouina, Tunisia
				11019 (79th FG) lost Feb 18, 1944.  MACR 2480
				11028 made hard landing in Tunisa Nov 10, 1943
				11025 W/o 9 Dec 1943 at El Aouina, Tunesia 
				11033 (324th FG) lost Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6041
				11039 Conv to P-40R; w/o 1 Sep 1944 at Cuyahoga Falls, OH 
				11040 (79th FG) lost Feb 17, 1944.  MACR 2697
				11043 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Sele, Italy
				11046 (325th FG, 317th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/II. at Trapani, Sicily, Italy 
					Jul 7, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 451. 
				11054 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Tampa Bay, FL
				11059 Conv to P-40R; w/o 3 Aug 1944 at Kinder, LA 
				11062 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11065 Conv to P-40R; w/o 5 Oct 1944 at Esler Field, LA
				11067 W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Charlotte Harbor, FL 
				11071 W/o 28 May 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11072 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at 40 miles from Sarasota, FL 
				11074 W/o 16 Nov 1943 at Scott Field, IL 
				11079 W/o 17 Sep 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				11081 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Clearwater, FL 
				11082 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11085 Conv to P-40R; w/o 4 Jan 1945 at Tonopah, AZ
				11098 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Cercola, Italy
				11100 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				11102 (325th FG, 317th FS) lost at Sardinia, Italy Jun 28, 1943.  Pilot KIA. MACR 449. 
				11106 W/o 1 Sep 1943 at Sarasota, FL 
				11107 W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11108 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11111 W/o 14 May 1943 at Tarpon Springs, FL 
				11112 Conv to P-40R; w/o 24 May 1944 at Luke AAAF #1, AZ
				11116 Conv to P-40R; w/o 29 Jan 1945 at Peoria, AZ 
				11118 W/o 2 Jun 1943 at Bay City, MI 
				11120 Conv to P-40R; w/o 26 May 1944 at Lawson Field, GA 
				11121 W/o 13 May 1943 at Seymour, TN 
				11122 W/o 12 Sep 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				11123 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Romulus AAF  
				11125 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Coppell, TX; repaired (?).  Ditched in sea off coast of Capo Portiere, Italy Jan 31, 1944.
					Recovered from sea in Jan 1999 and will be restored to static display condition by Gruppo Amici Velivoli Storici.
				11128 W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
42-11130/11253		Curtiss P-40L-25-CU Warhawk
				Contract cancelled
42-11254/11676		Contract cancelled
42-11677		McDonnell XP-67 Bat
				Damaged by fire during taxi trials Dec 1943, delaying first flight.  First flight Jan 6, 1944 but only
					for six minutes due to engine problems.  Damaged beyond repair by midair fire Sept 1944.
					W/o 6 Sep 1944 at  St. Louis, MO 
42-11678		McDonnell XP-67 Bat
				Project cancelled before completion.
42-11679		Fairchild AT-21-FA
42-11680/11753		Fairchild AT-21-FB
				11684 W/o 30 Dec 1944 at Oklahoma City, OK 
				11685 W/o 5 Mar 1944 at Dayton AAF, OH 
				11687 W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				11688 W/o 26 Jan 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				11706 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Ellington Field, Houston, TX 
				11708 W/o 9 Jun 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
				11716 W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Greenville, TX 
				11717 W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
				11732 W/o 18 Oct 1944 at Pennsville, NJ 
42-11754/12253		Douglas A-26-DE
				Cancelled contract
42-12254/12553		Noorduyn AT-16-ND
				MSN 14-501/800. North American AT-6A built under license by Noorduyn Aviation.
					To RAF as Harvard IIb FE767/FE999 and FH100/FH166
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals.  Swedish data from Svensk Flyghistorisk Förening.
					RAF Harvard data is from an Air-Britain monograph written by John Hamlin. Additional data from Scramble
				12254 (MSN 14-501) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE767. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 20 Squadron. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12255 (MSN 14-502) 
				12256 (MSN 14-503)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE768. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana Aug43. SOC 24Apr47
				12257 (MSN 14-504) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE770. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 34 Squadron. No 221 Group Communications Flight, Imphal, Assam. No 1572 Flight, 
					St. Thomas Mount, Madras. Bengal/Burma Communications Squadron. 
					Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12258 (MSN 14-505) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE771. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Damaged when
					 ground looped on landing at Risalpur 23Jun44.  No 135 Squadron. SOC 26Sep46
				12259 (MSN 14-506) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE772. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Station Flight, Amarda Road, Odisha.  No 60 Squadron Jul46. Station Flight, Sembawang, 
					Singapore May49.   No 33 Squadron Aug49. Malayan Auxiliary Air Force Feb51. SOC Apr57
				12260 (MSN 14-507) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE773. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 3 Tactical Air Force Communications Squadron, Comilla, Chittagong, Bengal. SOC 30May46
				12261 (MSN 14-508) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE774. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 81 Squadron.  No60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal. SOC 22Feb45
				12262 (MSN 14-509) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE775. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, 
					New Delhi. Air Headquarters India Communications Squadron Mar46. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12263 (MSN 14-510). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE776. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 258 Squadron. Force-landed in a field at Bangaon, Bengal 20Mar45 after 
					the engine cut out at 2500 ft en route Ratnap to Alipore, damaging the undercarriage 
					on rough ground. SOC as damaged beyond repair 21Jun45. 
				12264 (MSN 14-511) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE777. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 22 Armament Practice Camp, Ranchi, Bihar. ? 3 (India) Group Communications 		
					Flight, Barrackpore, Bengal. Recaptured by US Government Nov47
				12265 (MSN 14-512) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE778. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 228 Group Communications Flight, Barrackpore, Bengal. Struck a vehicle when 
					taxying at Barrackpore 6Apr46
				12266 (MSN 14-513) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE779. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 152 Squadron, Burma; 261 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47  
				12267 (MSN 14-514) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE780. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 21 Ferry Control, Mauripur, Karachi. Crashed on landing and ground looped in 
					Sind 29Sep43. Suspected that the left brake seized and the wheel stuck in loose sand, 
					causing a ground loop. Left wheel torn off, left wing damaged, propeller damaged. 
					No 607 Squadron.  No 134 Squadron. No11 Squadron. No 21 Ferry Control, Mauripur, 
					Karachi. SOC 30May46 
				12268 (MSN 14-515) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE781. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 81 Squadron. SOC 27Jun46 
				12269 (MSN 14-516) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE782. Shipped to India Aug43.
					 No 1571 Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon. SOC 31Jul46  
				12270 (MSN 14-517) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE783. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana. SOC 24Apr47
				12271 (MSN 14-518) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE784. Shipped to India Aug43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC by 1Jan47
				12272 (MSN 14-519) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE785. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 2 Squadron (IAF).  No 3 Squadron (IAF) Apr46. No 2 (India) Group Communications 
					Flight, Yelahanka, Karnataka. SOC 27Feb47 
				12273 (MSN 14-520)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE786. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 11 Squadron. SOC 11Jul46
				12274 (MSN 14-521) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE787; Shipped from USA 9Apr43; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger 
					Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FE787, later as B-43. Scrapped for 
					spare parts 1951.   wfu Aug 1952
				12275 (MSN 14-522) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FE788. Shipped from 
					USA 9Apr43. Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), B
					oscombe Down, Wiltshire Dec43; initially used for flame damping trials. SOC 4Sep54.
				12276 (MSN 14-523) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE789. Shipped to India Aug43.
					 No 17 Squadron, Akyab, Burma. Missing in bad weather between Akyab and 
					Thandwe, Burma 3Jun45 (2MIS)
				12277 (MSN 14-524) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE790. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
				12278 (MSN 14-525) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE791. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 123 Squadron. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12279 (MSN 14-526) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE792. Delivered to Canada 2Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 123 Squadron. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 11Dec46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board 1947. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16144. Swedish Air Attaché, Washington, DC 26Feb47; code SE-01. 
					Force landed at Newark, NJ 18Feb49. Repaired at Middletown Air Depot, 
					Olmsted AFB, Middletown, PA. Shipped to Sweden 1951. F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, 
					Skaraborgs 3Mar53. F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 20Dec56. SOC 30Mar72. Sterner Aero. 
					Registered 19Feb73 as SE-FUZ; current. Västerås Flygmuseum, Stockholm-Västerås 
					Airport, Hässlö, Sweden
				12280 (MSN 14-527) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE793.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12281 (MSN 14-528) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE794. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12282 (MSN 14-529) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE795. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets 
					Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly Dec46. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska
					Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16002. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 15Jan47. Serial number 
					changed 24Mar47 to 16076. Propeller and right wing Damaged in collision on the 
					ground with North American J26 Mustang (P-51D), Fv26031 [44-72220] at Sövdeborg 
					27Aug47. Repaired at F 10 Wing work shop, Ängelholm Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, 
					Västerås) for maintenance 9Dec49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 13Dec49. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 21Dec49. Damaged in collision with Fv16090 [42-12343] landing 
					at Uppsala 15Feb50. Aircraft Fv16090 landed too fast and collided with the left wing 
					of Fv16076. Damaged in collision with power lines between the island of Frebbenholm 
					and the mainland at Kulla, Söderön, Östhammar 27Jul55. Crash landed at Uppsala 
					7Jul60. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal Apr72. 
					Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA. 
				12283 (MSN 14-530) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE796.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 2May47.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl 
					Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16046. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 
					20Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 9Sep49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 24Sep49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 
					17Jan50. Force landed with engine malfunction after take-off 18Jul52. 
					Loaned to F 18 Wing, Tullinge, Botkyrka 14Dec56. F 18 Wing, Tullinge, 
					Botkyrka 20Dec56. SOC 20Mar67. Ground instructional airframe for field 
					demonstration during accident investigation course at F 18 Wing, Tullinge, 
					Botkyrka. Scrapped c.1980
				12284 (MSN 14-531) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE797; Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service 
					Flying Training School, Moncton, New Brunswick. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  To Royal Netherlands Army 
					Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-197.  
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Basic flight, Soesterberg, Utrecht. Damaged when the pilot retracted the 
					landing gear instead of the flaps landing at Woensdrecht 3Jan61. WFU 1966.
				12285 (MSN 14-532) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE798.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Mar44; no service in UK. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 18Jan47 as FE798. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-302. Harvardskolen, Karup. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 725. Eskadrille 722.
					 Ground instructional airframe 17Feb54; returned to active service. WFU 5Sep59. 
					Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 30Mar60
				12286 (MSN 14-533) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE799. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 41 Service Flying 
					Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan Apr43. Shipped to UK Mar44.
					No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. 
					No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Nov45. No 3 Service Flying 
					Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Dec45. No3 Flying Training 
					School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. SOC 14Sep50
				12287 (MSN 14-534) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE800. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 41 Service 
					Flying Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan Apr43. Shipped to UK Mar44. 
					No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. 
					No 16 Flying Training School Mar46. SOC Dec46. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 19Dec46 as FE800. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-303. Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air 
					Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 725. WFU 25May59. Scrapped 
					at Flyvestation Værløse 31May61 
				12288 (MSN 14-535) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE801. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
				12289 (MSN 14-536) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE802. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Mar44. No 9 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. SOC 4Oct50
				12290 (MSN 14-537) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE803. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying 
					Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly 17Apr47. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
					Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16067.   F.16 Wing Uppsala 26Aug47. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 18Oct47. F.16 Wing Uppsala 26Nov48. 
					CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 28Feb50; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 10Mar50. Loaned to F 8 Wing, 
					Barkarby, Stockholm 14May56.  F.16 Wing Uppsala 9Aug56. Crashed after 
					colliding with rising terrain in poor visibility on Blaxåsberget mountain, 
					Delsbo en route Frösön, Östersund to Uppsala via Söderhamn 20Aug56.
					The wings and landing gear had been ripped off by the tree tops. The 
					aircraft was one of three which had set off in heavy rain and low cloud 
					and were surprised when the visibility suddenly became zero over Delsbo. 
					The three aircraft hit the mountain with a radius of 20 meters of each other; 
					all crew survived. SOC 22Oct56
				12291 (MSN 14-538) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE804.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 41 Service Flying 
					Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan. No 8 Service Flying Training School. 
					No 33 Service Flying Training School, Carberry, Manitoba. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944.  To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 19Oct50. 
					Eskadrille 725. Eskadrille 722. Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. 
					WFU 7Aug58. Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 15Aug61   
				12292 (MSN 14-539) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE805. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Mar44; US Embassy, London Aug46. 
					Recovered by US Government
				12293 (MSN 14-540) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE806. Delivered to Canada Feb43    
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying 
					Training School, Moncton, New Brunswick. Crashed on take-off at 
					Weyburn, Saskatchewan 12May44
				12294 (MSN 14-541) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE807. . Delivered to Canada 7Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					SOC 12Nov46. War Assets Corporation. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
					Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 2Aug50 as 
					PH-UEO. Damaged 6Feb51 at Eindhoven while parked when the propeller of
					taxying Harvard PH-UEP [42-12301] sliced into the right wing. Registration 
					cancelled 24Jul58 [excessive corrosion]. Scrapped		
				12295 (MSN 14-542) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE808. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 37 Service Flying Training 
					School, Calgary, Alberta.  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
				12296 (MSN 14-543) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE809 (KLu records show 12296 as being RAF
					FS668).  Delivered to Canada 7Feb43; no RAF service in Canada. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 12Nov46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, 
					Netherlands.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
					Nederland 1949 as B-181.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke 
					Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Deelen Air Base as a ground instructional 
					airframe 1972. Anthony Fokker School, Hague; restoration to fly 1977/85. 
					Registration PH-IBI reserved 15Sep94 by Stichting Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen; 
					reservation cancelled 26Apr01. Registration PH-IBI reserved 7May02 
					by Stichting Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen; reservation cancelled 24Dec09. 
					Registration PH-IBI reserved 1Nov10 by the KLu Historic Flight 
					Foundation / Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen Air Base
				12297 (MSN 14-544) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE810.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets 
					Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Swiss Air Force 17Oct49 as U-336. SOC 12Feb68 
				12298 (MSN 14-545) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE811. Delivered to Canada 7Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying 
					Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  To Swiss Air Force 3Sep49 
					as U-328. Damaged 4Jun58 when the oxygen bottle exploded and 
					destroyed the rear fuselage. SOC 12Feb68. Displayed at Museum der 
					Schweizerischen Fliergertruppe / Swiss Air Force Museum, Dübendorf,
					Zurich, Switzerland 1975; in storage hangar [Aug16].
				12299 (MSN 14-546) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE812.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 25Apr47.  
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, s
					erial 16027. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 30May47. Loaned to F 17 Wing, Kallinge, 
					Ronneby 12Jun48. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 9Jul48. Damaged in collision with 
					Sk 16A #16042 [42-721] when taxying at night 22Feb56; left wing damaged.
					Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 5Jun56. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. 
					Loaned to F 14 Wing, Halmstad 1Oct57. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 25Apr58. SOC 29Aug69
				12300 (MSN 14-547) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE813. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Shipped to Tandjong 
					Priok, Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van 
					het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) 1950 as B-424. Transferred 
					to the Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. 
					Displayed in Adityawarman Museum, Padang, West Sumatra 1990 [last noted Oct17].   
				12301 (MSN 14-548) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE814. Delivered to Canada 7Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 37 Service Flying 
					Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. 
					War Assets Corporation. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, 
					Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 2Aug50 as PH-UEP. Accident at 
					Eindhoven 6Feb51 during taxying when the propeller sliced into the right 
					wing of parked Harvard PH-UEO [42-12294]. Cancelled 30Aug60 as sold to 
					Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium 
				12302 (MSN 14-549) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE815. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12303 (MSN 14-550) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE816. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12304 (MSN 14-551) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE817.Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying 
					Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944.   
				12305 (MSN 14-552) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE818.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12306 (MSN 14-553) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE819. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 37 Service 
					Flying Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Accident 6Nov43.  
				12307 (MSN 14-554) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE820. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12308 (MSN 14-555) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE821. Delivered to Canada 8Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 37 Service Flying 
					Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. 
					War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 
					as B-164. Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					TO Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service / Marine Luchtvaartdienst 30Mar66 
					as UT-6, serial number 099. Maritime Air Base De Kooy, Den Helder. 
					Accident Nov68. Withdrawn from use 7Nov68. SOC 1969. Registration OO-DAF 
					reserved 1969; cancelled. Auto und Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany 1983; 
					displayed Marked as ‘FT454’
				12309 (MSN 14-556) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE822. Delivered to Canada 8Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying 
					Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
					Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 26Aug50 as 
					PH-UER; cancelled 30Aug60 as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo 
					International BV at Deurne, Belgium 
				12310 (MSN 14-557) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE823.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish 
					Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA)
					for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16059. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 8Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, 
					Västerås) for maintenance 18Oct49; installation of rocket and bomb 
					mountings 22Oct49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 24Feb50. Forced landing 
					after engine failure at Eslöv 22Oct51. Loaned to F 12 Wing, KalMar 13Jun56. 
					F 12 Wing, KalMar 20Dec56. SOC 6Oct67.
				12311 (MSN 14-558) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE824.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 37 Service Flying 
					Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  To Swiss Air Force 29Sep49 
					as U-329. The pilot of the Harvard decided to bail out of the aircraft at an 
					altitude of 60m AGL because of an engine failure during a training flight 
					from Lodrino 9May51. The parachute of the pilot did not open well and 
					he was killed. The Harvard crashed to the ground at Mairengo, Ticino and burned out   
				12312 (MSN 14-559) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE825.Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 37 Service Flying 
					Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12313 (MSN 14-560) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE826. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying 
					Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 6Oct49 as U-332. SOC 16Sep69 
				12314 (MSN 14-561) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE827.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944.    
				12315 (MSN 14-562) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE828. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 37 Service Flying 
					Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12316 (MSN 14-563) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE829. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12317 (MSN 14-564) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE830. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying 
					Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12318 (MSN 14-565) to RCAF as Harvard IIb FE831.  Delivered to Canada 9Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training
					School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 15Nov46. 
					War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16010. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 18Apr47. Loaned to F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 29Apr48. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 29Jul48. Accident 28May53 when the right wing went into the ground after 
					landing. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 11Jan57. F 20 Wing, Uppsala. SOC 16May72. The aircraft 
					was handed over to the Luftfartsverket in full condition for incorporation with the 
					Luftfartmuseet, Arlanda, Stockholm. Damaged when the roof of the building where it 
					was stored collapsed due to snow weight 1979. Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City, NV 1984. 
					Sold to Lars Ljungqvist [aka Junken - a legend in car circles], Gaston, Oregon, USA 1991. 
					Without the records for the aircraft’s maintenance history, and as the Harvard could 
					not be flown commercially, the owner purchased a set of documents for another aircraft and 
					transferred that identity to this aircraft. Adopted identity of AT-6A, 41-16621, MSN 78-6999.
					Registered as N766CA as a SNJ-5C; current [Jun19]. Crashed when it collided with trees 
					and terrain while maneuvering in the vicinity of Pilot's Pasture airstrip, near Winlock, 
					Washington 13Aug98 and destroyed in a post-crash fire. The flight had originated at 
					Vancouver, Washington, where the airplane had been refueled, and the destination was the 
					Pilot's Pasture airstrip. Witnesses observed the airplane make a low pass to the east along 
					the east-west runway of the airstrip, followed by an 8-point roll, a 90-270 degree course 
					reversal, and another low pass to the west with a pull-up into either a loop or Cuban-eight 
					maneuver. Just after attaining the top of this last maneuver, the airplane was rolled out 
					with a heading change toward the south and a loss of altitude, where it was observed to 
					be near level attitude before the left wing dropped and it disappeared from view due to 
					obscuration by trees. Impact was heard shortly after the airplane disappeared from 
					view (2 fatalities).
				12319 (MSN 14-566) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE832.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Feb43. No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham,
					Gloucestershire May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					May48. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16106. 
					F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 12Aug48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 
					2Nov49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 5Nov49. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 17Jan50.
					Damaged when landing gear collapsed after landing 21May53. SOC 20Mar67. The aircraft 
					was gifted to the Johannisbergs School, Västerås for educational purposes. Veteranflyggruppen, 
					Uddevalla; restoration to flight condition
				12320 (MSN 14-567) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE833.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Feb43. ? 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly Jul48. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16134. F 3 Wing, 
					Malmslätt, Linköping 17Sep48. Left wing damaged at Malmslätt 23Mar49; after landing the 
					landing gear was retracted by mistake instead of the wing flaps. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
					for maintenance 20Oct49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 26Oct49. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, 
					Linköping 16Nov49. Force landed with engine failure at Söderhamn 23May55. Loaned to F 21 Wing, 
					Luleå 16Jul56. Damaged when the aircraft collided with power lines 24Aug56. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, 
					Linköping 21Nov56. F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 11Jan57. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 10Oct63. 
					SOC 29Aug69.
				12321 (MSN 14-568) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE834.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Feb43. No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					May48.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16111. 
					F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 18Aug48. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 25Apr57. Damaged in collision after 
					landing with an airfield boundary marker at Uppsala 2Oct59. F 21 Wing, Luleå 21Dec61. 
					Damaged 15Sep64. Right wing damaged landing at Luleå 8Mar68 when the right landing 
					gear collapsed. SOC 26Apr68. The airframe was assigned as a target on Junkön
				12322 (MSN 14-569) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE835.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Feb43.  No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly May48. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16108.
				 	F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 12Aug48. Damaged at Rinkaby 30May49. The aircraft collided with a 
					tree on the field boundary during take-off and landing exercises. Right wing damaged when 
					landing 4Sep53. Right wing damaged when it struck a hangar 27Oct55. F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 
					9Jan57. SOC 12Dec69.
				12323 (MSN 14-570) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE836.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Feb43. ? 31 Service Flying Training School Jun43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 25Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16061. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 1Aug47. Loaned to F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 5Jun56. F 12 Wing, KalMar 
					22Feb57. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal 21Apr72. 
					Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA.
				12324 (MSN 14-571) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE837.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Feb43. ? 31 Service Flying Training School Jun43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 27Apr48. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16097. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 26Jun48. Damaged in collision with Fv16096 [42-777] after landing 10Jun52. 
					Loaned to F 14 Wing, Halmstad 13Jun56. Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 28Aug56. F 13 Wing, 
					Norrköping 2Mar57. Loaned to F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 14May58. F 13 Wing, 
					Norrköping 2Jun58. SOC 21Sep70. Reported on a hill in Kolbäck Nov73
				12325 (MSN 14-572) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE838.Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Feb43.  No 31 Service Flying Training School Jun43. Crashed near Sharbot Lake, Ontario 30Nov43   
				12326 (MSN 14-573) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE839. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Feb43. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12327 (MSN 14-574) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE840. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Feb43. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12328 (MSN 14-575) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE841.Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Feb43. Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12329 (MSN 14-576) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE842.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No  6 Service Flying Training School, Dunnville, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly May48. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16113. F 13 Wing, 
					Norrköping 4Aug48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 9Nov49; installation of 
					rocket and bomb mountings 14Nov49. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 5Dec49. Damaged when being 
					moved into a hangar 25Feb52. Right wing damaged when the aircraft ground looped 18Apr56. 
					Loaned to F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 2Jun58. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 23Jun58. SOC 30Nov70.
				12330 (MSN 14-577) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE843.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12331 (MSN 14-578) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE844.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 6 Service Flying Training School, Dunnville, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 5May48.
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16099. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 21Aug48. Left wing damaged when landing 8Sep49. Damaged in collision with 
					Sk 16A #16053 [42-851] taxying to the runway 16Sep52. Damaged when force landed after engine 
					failure on a field 3km west of Kvidinge 28May53. Damaged 4Aug54. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 4Jan57.
					Damaged when nosed over 9Nov64. F 14 Wing, Halmstad 30Jul65. SOC 8Dec67.
				12332 (MSN 14-579) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE845.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly Jul48. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, serial 16143. F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 26Oct48. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 26Nov48. Damaged in collision with Sk 16A Fv16142 
					taxying to take-off 17Mar53. Forced landing at Axelvold after engine failure 13Sep54. Loaned 
					to F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 4Jul56. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 20Dec56. On a flight 
					from Barkarby, the aircraft force landed with engine oil leakage at Skå Edeby 14Aug69. On the 
					recovery flight from Skå Edeby to Malmslätt, the aircraft force landed with engine oil leakage in a 
					grain field at Österäng, Kämsta, Södertälje 15Aug69. SOC 30Sep69
				12333 (MSN 14-580) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE846. Delivered to Canada 22Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 6 Service Flying Training School, Dunnville, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 26Jun47. War Assets Corporation. Registered 25Feb47 
					as CF-EXC; cancelled 2May50 as withdrawn from use. 
				12334 (MSN 14-581) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE847. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 
					with serial 20209. No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 17Jul51. No  3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 11Sep51. 
					No 1 Flying Training School, Centralia, Ontario. Crashed 22Jul54. ? 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario. 
					Salvaged. SOC 6Aug54 
				12335 (MSN 14-582) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE848.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12336 (MSN 14-583) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE849.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 14May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16032. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 9Jun47. Crashed after hydraulic failure at Stenestad Church, Kristianstad 16Feb48 (2KIS). 
					SOC 14Oct48.
				12337 (MSN 14-584) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE850. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12338 (MSN 14-585) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE851.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. 
					Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16091. F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 23Oct47. Right wing damaged during take-off in collision with Sk 16A Fv16073 [43-12799] 
					24Feb49. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 22Dec49; installation of rocket 
					and bomb mountings 30Dec49. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 10Jan50. Loaned to F 8 Wing, Barkarby, 
					Stockholm 9Aug56. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 9Apr57. Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå Jul57. 
					F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 13Sep57. SOC 25Oct67. Derelict at Järva Motocross course 
					outside Barkarby airfield c.1970-73..
				12339 (MSN 14-586) diverted to RCAF as FE852.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1946 as Sk 16A, serial 16005. 
					CVA (Central Workshop, Arboga) for inspection and assembly 25Feb47. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 
					17Apr47. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 2Jun56. Loaned to F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 8Aug56. 
					F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 20Dec56. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for wing repair 11Jun57. 
					Damaged in collision with power cables 31Jan58. SOC 20Jul67.
				12340 (MSN 14-587) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE853.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 22Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16062. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 11Aug47. Damaged right wing when ground looped in strong crosswinds 
					21Feb50. Damaged when ground looped and nosed over after landing, left wing pulled into the 
					ground 27Mar53. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 19Jul55. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 1Oct60. F 4 Wing, 
					Frösön, Östersund 5Apr61. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					disposal 20Apr72. Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				12341 (MSN 14-588) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE854.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12342 (MSN 14-589) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE855.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies.  To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-401. Transferred to the 
					Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50
				12343 (MSN 14-590) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE856.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA)
					for inspection and assembly 20Dec46. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16090. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 21Oct47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					maintenance 30Nov49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 9Dec49. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 
					21Dec49. Right wing damaged in collision with Fv16076 [42-12282] when landing at Uppsala 
					15Feb50. Aircraft Fv16090 landed too fast and collided with the left wing of Fv16076. 
					Damaged in collision with a truck on the taxiway 26Mar53. Damaged in collision with parked 
					de Havilland Vampire J 28A, serial Fv28052 at Uppsala 10Mar55; wing and propeller damaged. 
					Crashed into a mountain in bad weather at Blaxåsberget, Delsbo, Gävleborgs 20Aug56
					Crashed after colliding with rising terrain in poor visibility on Blaxåsberget mountain, Delsbo 
					en route Frösön, Östersund to Uppsala via Söderhamn 20Aug56. The aircraft was one of three 
					which had set off in heavy rain and low cloud and were surprised when the visibility suddenly 
					became zero over Delsbo. The three aircraft hit the mountain with a radius of 20 meters of each 
					other; all crew survived. . SOC 22Oct56.
				12344 (MSN 14-591) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE857.Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 6 Service Flying Training School, Dunnville, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12345 (MSN 14-592) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE858.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet as Sk 16A; not converted or given serial number
					due to wing damage, salvaged and used for spares. 
				12346 (MSN 14-593) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE859. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44; no service in UK. SOC 11Jul46
				12347 (MSN 14-594) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE860.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 with serial 20205. 
					No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning and modifications, 17Jul51. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 7Aug51. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 31Aug56. 
					Canadian Pacific Airlines Repairs Ltd., Calgary for modifications 21Dec55.  No 3 Flying Training School, 
					Claresholm, Alberta. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 14Jan57. Pending disposal 22Jun59. SOC 18Oct60. 
					Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, sold to Davis Enterprises of Edmonton, Alberta 
				12348 (MSN 14-595) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE861.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal.
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 27Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16020. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 22May47. Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 15Jan48. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 16Feb48.
					 Crash landed 8Mar50 after engine failure at 150m on approach to land and the student failed 
					to lower the landing gear. Loaned to F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 3Oct56. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, 
					Västerås 20Dec56. Loaned to F 20 Wing, Uppsala 30Sep58. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 1May59. SOC 11Jun69.
				12349 (MSN 14-596) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE862.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan.  No 5 Bombing & Gunnery School, Dafoe, Saskatchewan Oct43. Accident, DBR 3Jun44
				12350 (MSN 14-597) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE863.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan.  No 8 Service Flying Training School. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 16Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16054. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 9Aug47. Damaged in mid-air collision with Sk 16A #16053 [42-851] on approach to 
					land at Ljungbyhed 19Oct50. The aircraft collided at about 20mtr altitude. Airplane 16054 passed the
					field boundary in a steep descent straight above airplane 16053, which followed a flatter path. 
					None of the crews observed the second airplane until it was too late to avoid a collision. Right 
					wing on airplane 16054 contacted the left stabilizer half on airplane 16053 from above at a 
					faster speed. By the quick use of the throttle, however, the pilot managed to avoid ramming 
					airplane 16053 and landed safely. Airplane 16054 was displaced by the collision to the left
					and managed to land safely. Loaned to F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 15Aug56. F 12 Wing, 
					KalMar 20Dec56. SOC 29Aug69
				12351 (MSN 14-598) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE864.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan.  No 3 Bombing & Gunnery School, MacDonald, Manitoba. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) 1950 as B-425. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50 
				12352 (MSN 14-599) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE865. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944.  
				12353 (MSN 14-600) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE866. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, 
					Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 22 Service Flying Training School, Calveley, Cheshire Dec45. Damaged when overshot 
					landing at Ouston, Durham 5Dec46.  No 21 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, 
					Gloucestershire Apr47 as ground instructional airframe 6314M; allocated 6534M Mar48 but 
					cancelled as duplicate for 6314M 
				12354 (MSN 14-601) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE867. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Apr44; no service in UK. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 18Jan47 as FE867. Reserialled 1948 as 31-304. 
					Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 725. Crashed at 
					Flyvestation Tirstrup 9Jun58.    
				12355 (MSN 14-602) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE868.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Crashed on take-off at Medicine Hat, Alberta 3Nov43
				12356 (MSN 14-603) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE869.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12357 (MSN 14-604) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE870. Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-402. Transferred to the Indonesian 
					Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. 
				12358 (MSN 14-605) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE871.  Delivered to Canada Feb43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12359 (MSN 14-606) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE872.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].   No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12360 (MSN 14-607) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE873.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Flying Instructor School, Trenton, Ontario. 
					No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Shipped to Dutch East Indies. Royal Netherlands East Indies 
					Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) 1950 
					as B-426. Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50    
				12361 (MSN 14-608) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE874. Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  To Swiss Air Force 4Aug49 as U-325. SOC 16Sep69. 
				12362 (MSN 14-609) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE875.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944.  To Swiss AF after Canadian AF service.
				12363 (MSN 14-610) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE876.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-199. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional 
					airframe 1963. Displayed at Oorlogsmuseum, Overloon, Netherlands
				12364 (MSN 14-611) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE877.  Delivered to Canada Feb43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12365 (MSN 14-612) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE878. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 8 Ferry Unit, Mauripur, Karachi. Lost part of the left wing in a collision with a tree while low f
					lying and crashed into the side of a gully near Jodhpur, Rajasthan 25Jun45 (1KIS) 
				12366 (MSN 14-613) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE879. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 (India) Group Communications Flight, Peshawar, Khyber.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47 
				12367 (MSN 14-614) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE880. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 681 Squadron.  No 615 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47 
				12368 (MSN 14-615) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE881. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana Aug43.  No 20 Squadron. SOC 27Jun46 
				12369 (MSN 14-616) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE882.Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 146 Squadron.  No 1 Squadron, Tangmere, West Sussex (IAF).  No 2 (India) Group Communications 
					Flight, Yelahanka, Karnataka. SOC 26Jun47    
				12370 (MSN 14-617) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE883.Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 607 Squadron, Chittagong, Bengal. Damaged when ground looped at Chittagong 16Feb44. 
					Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47    
				12371 (MSN 14-618) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE884. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 166 Wing, Chittagong, Bengal Jan44.  No 30 Squadron. Damaged beyond repair in a gale at 
					Chakulia, Bengal 23May45. SOC 21Jun45 
				12372 (MSN 14-619) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE885.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. No 1 Service Flying 
					Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. Parked at the end of a runway but struck on the tail 
					by the starboard propeller of Beech Expeditor HB160 [43-35581] at Ratmalana, Ceylon 29Jun45. 
					SOC 5Jul45    
				12373 (MSN 14-620) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE886. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Air Gunnery School, Bairagarh, Bhopal. SOC 27Jun46 
				12374 (MSN 14-621) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE887.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Special Low Attack Instructors School, Ranchi, Bihar. SOC 24Apr47    
				12375 (MSN 14-622) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE888.  No RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Sep46 as FE888. Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Damaged landing at Gilze-Rijen 27Apr47. Reserialled as B-9.
					To  Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Scrapped 1966
				12376 (MSN 14-623) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE889. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana Aug43. With only four hours 
					solo on the Harvard, the pilot was instructed to land on the grass during a local sortie of 
					circuit training at Ambala 29Jan45. Landing on the runway, the aircraft bounced and 
					landed heavily on the right wheel before ground looping to the left causing the landing gear 
					to collapse and the aircraft tipped over 
				12377 (MSN 14-624) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE890. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 3 Tactical Air Force Communications Squadron, Comilla, Chittagong, Bengal. SOC 31Jul44 
				12378 (MSN 14-625) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE891. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 152 Operational Training Unit, Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province. Crashed after 
					losing control during practice instrument flying near Peshawar, Khyber 27Dec43 (2KIS). 
				12379 (MSN 14-626) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE892. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Damaged when the 
					landing gear was accidentally retracted while on the ground at Risalpur 6Jun44. SOC 24Apr47 
				12380 (MSN 14-627) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE893. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 908 Wing. SOC 31Aug44
				12381 (MSN 14-628) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE894. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 169 Wing. ? 177 Squadron. SOC 30May46
				12382 (MSN 14-629) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE895.Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 17 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47  
				12383 (MSN 14-630) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE896. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. SOC 11Jul46
				12384 (MSN 14-631) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE897.Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Air Gunnery School, Bairagarh, Bhopal. Damaged when ground looped 24Nov44. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. Shipped to Far East.  No 28 Squadron. 
					Ground accident 2Apr48. SOC 11Aug49.  
				12385 (MSN 14-632) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE898. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1571 Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon. Accident, DBR 18Oct45
				12386 (MSN 14-633) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE899.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Aircrew Transit Pool, Poona, Maharashtra.  No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. 
					SOC 24Apr47
				12387 (MSN 14-634) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE900.Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana Aug43. Failing to run the engine 
					at power before take-off to clear the spark plugs of deposits, after take-off the engine lost 
					power during a turn, was force landed and crashed one mile north of Ambala, Haryana 15Feb44  
				12388 (MSN 14-635) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE901. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 21 Ferry Control, Mauripur, Karachi. No 1571 Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon. 
					No 3 Fighter Support Training Unit. SOC 1Jun47
				12389 (MSN 14-636) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE902.  Delivered to Canada Mar43;
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946.
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 25May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16041. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 30Jun47. Damaged while parked at Ljungbyhed 12Jul51 in a collision by F 11 Wing 
					Saab 17A Fv17250. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for repair 26Oct51. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, 
					Västerås 4Nov55. Loaned to F 20 Wing, Uppsala 7Oct57. F 16 fleet workshop at Uppsala 
					for repair 25Jan58. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 7May58. F 14 Wing, Halmstad 1Dec58. F 3 Wing, 
					Malmslätt, Linköping 2Sep68. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					disposal Apr72. Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				12390 (MSN 14-637) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE903.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Accident, DBR 22Apr43.  
				12391 (MSN 14-638) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE904. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn,
					Saskatchewan Apr43. Shipped to India Mar44; no record of service in India. SOC 11Jul46    
				12392 (MSN 14-639) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE905.  23 Mar43 Taken on charge by RCAF as FE905.
					Initially flew with No. 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan from Apr 43
					Oct/Nov 43 Flying with No.37 FTS at Calgary, Alberta; individual code ‘25’.
					Jun 44 Serving with No 8 SFTS, Weyburn.  Nov 27, 1946 Struck off flying charge and placed in 
					store-total flying hours only 74.45.  Sep 1949 Sold by US Govt to Danish AF, through 
					Babb Co Inc for 30,000 Kronen.  Sep 1949 Delivered to Skandinavisk Aero Industry, Kastrup, Denmark 
					for overhaul.  Sep 11, 1950 Officially handed over to RDAF as 31-329. Served with Eskadrille 725 
					and also the Harvard Flight of Eskadrille 722 from c.1954 when it flew as a target aircraft over 
					Sjaellands Odde firing range.  Aug 31, 1960 Struck off Danish charge as "329"
					Sold to Snorre S Kjetilson, Fjellfly, Skien, Norway. Used for target towing and possibly aerial advertising.
					Jan 5, 1961 Formally registered to Fjellfly as LN-BNM (Temporarily registered from Aug 26, 1960).
					May 1972 Sold to newly established Historic Aircraft Museum, Southend, Essex. Arrived via Felixstowe 
					Docks May 12, 1972.Museum opened, with the Harvard displayed outside still in Norwegian overall yellow 
					colours, May 26, 1972.  Jan 29, 1973 Registration cancelled.  Later painted overall silver to represent 
					standard USAF LT-6G "93584" coded LTA-584.  May 10, 1983 Contents of Southend Historic Aircraft Museum 
					auctioned by Philips; Harvard, then still marked as TA-392, sold for £6000 to Paul Raymond for his 
					Whitehall Theatre of War Project, but not used there.  Jul 1983 To Crucifix Lane Railway Arches, London 
					Bridge for proposed London War Museum by this date-The London War Museum had opened, minus aircraft, in
					March 1983 and was taken over by Paul Raymond later that year. The aircraft were stored there but did not 
					go on display.  Mar 1985 With the closure of Paul Raymond's London War Museum and Whitehall Theatre of 
					War, the Harvard was purchased by the RAFM. It was latterly stored in a barn at Ringwood Farm, Shepreth, Herts.
					Mar 1985 Delivered to RAFM RC&RC at RAF Cardington, Beds. Condition fair but corroded in engine bay.
					May 19, 1991 Delivered on loan from Cardington to Newark Air Museum.  May 1994 Returned off loan to RC & RC 
					Cardington.  Oct5, 1994 To RAFM Hendon from Cardington.  Displayed in main aircraft hall. 
				12393 (MSN 14-640) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE906. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan Apr43; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Nov46.  No 21 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec46. RAF College, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Feb47. No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Nov49. Crashed at Manea, 
					Cambridgeshire 1Jun51  
				12394 (MSN 14-641) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE907.  Delivered to Canada 23Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan Apr43. Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire. to Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug46 as FE907, later as B-64. 
					Loaned to Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service / Marine Luchtvaartdienst 27Aug46 as L-5; code 12-5. 
					Returned to RNLAAF 14Sep48.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Stored Woensdrecht AB 1970/72. Deelan AB as ground instructional airframe. Claimed to have been 
					registered as PH-TOO or PH-FAR. Gilze-Rijen Aero Club, Gilze-Rijen Air Base Aug76. Used for film work. 
					In ‘A Bridge Too Far’ [1976] was painted to represent a Hawker Typhoon; code HF-J; Fw190 "5+" and P-47 "43-12394". 
					Painted Sep76 to represent Fokker D.XXI serial 213, later as 219. Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, 
					Soesterberg AB 1979/92. Registered PH-LSK 30Mar88. Stichting Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen 1988. Current with the
					 KLu Historic Flight Foundation / Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen Air Base painted as B-64.
				12395 (MSN 14-642) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE908.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan Apr43; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Nov44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Sep50. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 
					Dec50. ? 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jul52. SOC May57
				12396 (MSN 14-643) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE909. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan Apr43; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit. 
					No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. SOC 
				12397 (MSN 14-644) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE910. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan Apr43; Fort Dix, NJ. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, 
					Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Nov45. No 6 Service Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar46. ? 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. Engine failure during overshoot at Ternhill, Shropshire 12Mar51.    
				12398 (MSN 14-645) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE911.  Delivered to Canada Mar43.
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].   No 34 Service Flying Training School, 
					Medicine Hat, Alberta. Accident, DBR 5Jun44.   
				12399 (MSN 14-646) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE912.  Delivered to Canada Mar43;
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12400 (MSN 14-647) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE913.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12401 (MSN 14-648) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE914. Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944.  
				12402 (MSN 14-649) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE915. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Flying Instructor School, Trenton, Ontario. 
					No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12403 (MSN 14-650) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE916. Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Accident, DBR 23Aug43
				12404 (MSN 14-651) to RAF as Harvard IIb as FE917.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 3 Service Flying Training School, Calgary, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12405 (MSN 14-652) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE918.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 12Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16052. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 11Jul47. Damaged Ljungbyhed 11Sep51; after landing the landing gear 
					was retracted by mistake instead of the wing flaps. Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå 12Jul56. 
					F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 20Dec56. Crashed at Anarisfjällen, Jämtland 8Feb65. SOC 29Jun65.
				12406 (MSN 14-653) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE919.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-196. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off 5Oct60
				12407 (MSN 14-654) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE920.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 22Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16025. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 16May47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 1Jun49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 16Sep49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 21Oct49. 
					Accident at Ljungbyhed 26Jul51. The crew included a meteorologist. Immediately after the 
					start of the weather flight, when the airplane was at about 50 metre high, the engine 
					began to lose power so the pilot decided to force land at Bonarpsheden. The primary cause 
					of the accident was due to a crack in the rocker housing to cylinder  No 8. Damaged 25Feb55 
					in a collision with Sk 16A #16028 [42-12478] when being placed in the hangar; right wing 
					damaged. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 26Jul56. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. 
					Accident 1Oct57 at Kallinge; after landing the landing gear was retracted by mistake instead 
					of the wing flaps. F 21 Wing, Luleå 13Nov61. Accident 22Sep65 in collision with Saab 29C 
					Tunnan #29937. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal Apr72. 
					To Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA.
				12408 (MSN 14-655) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE921. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying Training School, 
					Medicine Hat, Alberta. Crashed at Whitlash, MT during low level aerobatics 17Jan44 (1KIS). 
				12409 (MSN 14-656) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE922. Delivered to Canada 25Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying Training School, 
					Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 
					with serial 20208. ? 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 17Jul51. ? 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 28Aug51. 
					Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 31Aug56. ? 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta. 
					Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 14Jun57. Pending disposal 22Jun59. SOC 18Oct60. 
					Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, sold to Davis Enterprises of Edmonton, Alberta. 
					Registered 23Oct64 as CF-EMY; cancelled 1Nov68  
				12410 (MSN 14-657) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE923.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) 1950 as B-427. Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan 
					Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. Displayed at Dirgantara Mandala Museum Yogyakarta, Java 
					[not noted by Dec97].
				12411 (MSN 14-658) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE924.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12412 (MSN 14-659) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE925.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) 1950 as B-428. Transferred to the 
					Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. Written off   
				12413 (MSN 14-660) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE926.  Delivered to Canada 26Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 12Oct46. Government of Israel Supply 
					Mission 1952. Israeli Defense Force Air Force. Israeli Defense Force Air Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, 
					Beer Sheva 2000/15; stored derelict
				12414 (MSN 14-661) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE927.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 3Apr47. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16017. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 22Apr47. Loaned to F 13 Wing, Norrköping 28Apr48. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 30Jun48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for overhaul 9Jun49; installation 
					of rocket and bomb mountings 17Sep49. Damaged 24Oct51 at Ljungbyhed when, after landing, 
					the aircraft collided with a battery truck which was parked on the ramp. Damaged 4Dec52 when 
					the aircraft collided after landing with Sk 16A #16037 [43-12708]. Loaned to F 1 Wing, Hässlö, 
					Västerås 23Jul56. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 20Dec56. Damaged at Hässlö in a ground collision 
					31May61. Crashed into the Dalälven at Krylbo when the aircraft flew into power lines 6Jun69 (1KIS). 
					SOC 29Aug69.
				12415 (MSN 14-662) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE928.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16086. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 7Oct47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
					for maintenance 22Dec49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 30Dec49. F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 17Jan50. Crashed at Lake Ottern, Kilsmo, Örebro 11Oct52; after circling a parental 
					home, the left wing hit the water. SOC 29Jan53.
				12416 (MSN 14-663) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE929. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine Hat, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944.
				12417 (MSN 14-664) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE930.  Delivered to Canada 26Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 12Nov46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland / Koninklijke Luchtmacht 11Jun49 
					as B-163. To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. SOC 15Nov62. 
					Sold Sep66. Displayed at car yard, Takken, Jaarlem, Nov66/67. Honcoop Trading Co, Veen, Netherlands. 
					Stored at a dairy farm near Weesp, Netherlands. Noted as derelict hulk in scrap yard, Amsterdam, 1980. 
					Hulk stored Nyverdal, 1980/83. Stored Aviodome Amsterdam-Schiphol, Nov83/86. The dismantled 
					Harvard arrived in the UK in October 1986. Exhibited at Booker, Buckinghamshire. North Weald, 
					Essex 1986. Thameside Aviation Museum, Coalhouse Fort, Essex Jul92/98. Bletchley Park, 
					Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire 14Mar98. Covert Forces Air Museum, Harrington, 
					Northamptonshire 1999/05. Earls Colne, Essex 2009. Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, 
					Nottinghamshire 24Aug10; being restored to display condition [Jan17].
					Noted at Newark Air Museum March 2020 painted as 42-12417.
				12418 (MSN 14-665) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE931. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine 
					Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-171. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. The pilot used excessive 
					braking on landing and the aircraft nosed over at Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 12Oct61 
				12419 (MSN 14-666) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE932.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 25Apr47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16070. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 15Aug47. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 27Oct47. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 3Dec48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 1Mar50; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 6Mar50. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 8Mar50. Damaged 
					when landing gear collapsed 25Jan52. Damaged 21Mar60. Loaned to F 13 Wing, 
					Norrköping 12Aug61. Damaged 22Nov61. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 22Nov62. Damaged Feb63. 
					Loaned to F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 3Nov69. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 18Dec69. SOC 30Jul70..
				12420 (MSN 14-667) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE933; Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-162. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1966
				12421 (MSN 14-668) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE934.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 23Apr47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16024. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 19May47. Crashed after the pilot lost control 
					flying in clouds at Oderljunga church, Kristianstad 13Jun49. The crew bailed out but were killed (2KIS). 
					SOC 6Aug49.
				12422 (MSN 14-669) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE935.  . Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12423 (MSN 14-670) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE936.  Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12424 (MSN 14-671) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE937.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, 
					Saskatchewan. No 1 Service Flying Training School. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12425 (MSN 14-672) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE938. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 25Apr49 as U-307. SOC 16Sep69
				12426 (MSN 14-673) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE939.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 1Jun49 as U-312. Stalled and crashed into a field at Neu St. Johann 
					(Nesslau), St. Gallen during a flight from Dübendorf, Zurich to Altenrhein 12Feb60. 
					The Harvard burst into flames killing both occupants  
				12427 (MSN 14-674) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE940.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly Jun48.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16104. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 6Aug48. Damaged at Ängelholm 8Aug53; 
					after landing the landing gear was retracted by mistake instead of the wing flaps. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 9Jan54. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 1Sep55. F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 28Jan57. Loaned to F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 11Nov65. F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 21Sep67. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal 
					Apr72. Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA.
				12428 (MSN 14-675) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE941.  Delivered to Canada 25Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 23Dec46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Sold 26May47. Test flown 8Sep47 at Oshawa, Ontario after civil conversion.
					Registered 26Sep47 as CF-FXB; cancelled 14Jun50 as withdrawn from use. 
					Canadian Car and Foundry Ltd, Montreal, Quebec Jun50    
				12429 (MSN 14-676) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE942; Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec49 as B-200. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Nosed over after a ground loop on landing at Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 21May57
				12430 (MSN 14-677) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE943.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Crashed into the ice of Little Lake, Ontario 19Feb44 (2KIS).
				12431 (MSN 14-678) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE944.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12432 (MSN 14-679) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE945. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 28Apr49 as U-306. SOC 16Sep69
				12433 (MSN 14-680) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE946. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 1 Service Flying Training School, 
					Camp Borden, Ontario. Crash landed at Arnold, Ontario 22Sep43 
				12434 (MSN 14-681) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE947. Delivered to Canada Mar43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-155. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service / Marine Luchtvaartdienst 1958. Withdrawn from use 1961
				12435 (MSN 14-682) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE948. elivered to Canada Mar43; 
					F service in Canada. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No Service Flying Training School, Wellingore, 
					lnshire Aug44. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Nov46. 
					No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Jul47. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Jan48.  No 2 Flying Training School Mar49. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr49.  No 7 Flying Training School Dec51.
					No 2 Flying Training School Aug53.  No 1 Flying Training School May54. SOC May57. 
					Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey 
				12436 (MSN 14-683) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE949.  Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 31 Service Flying Training School, 
					Kingston, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12437 (MSN 14-684) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE950. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 31 Service Flying Training School, 
					Kingston, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 30Jun47.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16063. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 8Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
					for maintenance 22Jun49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 19Aug49. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 29Nov49. Damaged when the aircraft nosed over when braking 19Jun52. 
					Damaged when the aircraft nosed over when braking after landing 23Feb55. 
					Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 26Jul56. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. F 18 Wing, 
					Tullinge, Botkyrka 20Mar63. SOC 29Aug69.
				12438 (MSN 14-685) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE951. Delivered to Canada Mar43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. Central Flying School. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-159. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1964
				12439 (MSN 14-686) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE952. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1571 Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon.  No 23 Armament Practice Camp, Dhubulia, Bengal. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12440 (MSN 14-687) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE953. Shipped to India Aug43; 
					Ferry Flight, Trichinopoly, Madras.  No 607 Squadron.  No 7 Squadron (IAF), Imphal, Assam. 
					Force landed while lost en route Tulihal, Assam to Sinthe, Burma at Kanbalu, Burma 4Apr45
				12441 (MSN 14-688) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE954.  Shipped to India Aug43;
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12442 (MSN 14-689) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE955.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Station Flight, Amarda Road, Odisha. SOC 30May46   
				12443 (MSN 14-690) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE956. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. Crashed during instrument 
					flying six miles northeast of Patialia, Punjab 4Apr44 (2KIS).
				12444 (MSN 14-691) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE957.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Station Flight, Amarda Road, Odisha.  No 681 Squadron.  No 20 Armament Practice Camp, 
					Ratmalana, Ceylon. Recovered by US Government Nov47  
				12445 (MSN 14-692) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE958. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana Aug43. Crashed and ground 
					looped on landing at Ambala, Haryana 5Sep46 damaging the landing gear
				12446 (MSN 14-693) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE959. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1571 Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon.  No 757 Squadron, Puttalam, Ceylon May45. 
					No 45 Squadron Jan48. Station Flight, Negombo, Ceylon Jun48. Malayan Auxiliary Air Force 
					Nov52. SOC 11Dec57 
				12447 (MSN 14-694) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE960. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. Airborne Forces Training Unit, 
					Amarda Road, Odisha. SOC 24Apr47
				12448 (MSN 14-695) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE961.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. Crashed after striking some bushes 
					while low flying ten miles ENE of Poona, Maharashtra 29Jul44 (2KIS).
				12449 (MSN 14-696) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE962.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 3 Tactical Air Force Communications Squadron, Comilla, Chittagong, Bengal. 
					No 79 Squadron. Accident, DBR Apr44
				12450 (MSN 14-697) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE963. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Central Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana. SOC 24Apr47
				12451 (MSN 14-698) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE964. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Advanced Flying Unit, Ambala, Haryana. SOC 24Apr47
 				12452 (MSN 14-699) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE965.  Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 607 Squadron.  No 1340 (Special Duties) Flight, Cannanore, Kerala. On a reconnaissance 
					sortie, crash landed in a paddy field after the engine caught fire near Golitattu, Malabar 5Dec45
				12453 (MSN 14-700) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE966. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 211 Squadron. Recovered by US Government Nov47 
				12454 (MSN 14-701) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE967. Shipped to India Aug43.
					No 2 Squadron (IAF). SOC 29Mar45 
				12455 (MSN 14-702) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE968. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal. 1 Squadron (IAF). SOC 24Apr47. 
				12456 (MSN 14-703) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE969. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 605 Squadron.  No 607 Squadron. Crashed en route to Calcutta 27Jun44. 
					Recovered by US Government Nov47  
				12457 (MSN 14-704) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE970. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  No 607 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47
				12458 (MSN 14-705) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE971. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 3 Squadron (IAF). Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. The aircraft struck water with
					full engine power while low flying over a river in the Punjab, India 18Jul47 (1KIS).
				12459 (MSN 14-706) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE972. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. SOC 24Apr47.
					Registered Nov47 as VT-CQD; cancelled
				12460 (MSN 14-707) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE973. Shipped to India Aug43.
					No 124 Repair and Salvage Unit.  Hit trees on approach at Silchar West on approach to 
					land trying to avoid three Spitfires landing in the opposite direction 24Mar44. A wing struck 
					a palm tree and the aircraft cart wheeled (2KIS
				12461 (MSN 14-708) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE974.Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 900 Wing. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12462 (MSN 14-709) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE975. Shipped to India Aug43. 
					No 22 Anti Aircraft Co-operation Unit, Drigh Road, Karachi. Spun in from 800 feet during a 
					sharp turn to land and crashed at Landhi, Karachi 29Sep44 (2KIS) 
				12463 (MSN 14-710) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE976. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-166. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1963
				12464 (MSN 14-711) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE977.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-170.
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Departing Woensdrecht, 
					the aircraft force landed in a field after engine failure at Zoelen near Tiel, Netherlands 26Jan61. SOC Jan61
				12465 (MSN 14-712) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE978. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Crashed after the crew became lost at night and bailed out three miles south of 
					Cody, New Brunswick 19Oct43 
				12466 (MSN 14-713) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE979. Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12467 (MSN 14-714) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE980.  Delivered to Canada 26Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 3 Service Flying Training School, Calgary, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal,
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-157. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service / Marine Luchtvaartdienst Jan65 as 044. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe at Deelen AB 1965. Sold to Belgium 1974
				12468 (MSN 14-715) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE981. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan Jun44. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12469 (MSN 14-716) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE982.  Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-167. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off 27Oct60
				12470 (MSN 14-717) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE983.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Crashed seven miles north of Monkton, New Brunswick 11Nov43.
				12471 (MSN 14-718) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE984. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-168. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1966. 
					Honcoop Trading Co, Veen, Netherlands. Stored at a dairy farm near Weesp, Netherlands. 
					Noted as derelict hulk in scrap yard, Amsterdam, 1980. Hulk stored Nyverdal, 1980/83. 
					Stored Aviodome Amsterdam-Schiphol, Nov83/86. The dismantled Harvard arrived 
					in the UK in October 1986. Displayed at the American Air Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire 1997
				12472 (MSN 14-719) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE985.  Delivered to Canada 26Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick.  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-176.
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Displayed at Nijmegen, 
					Netherlands. Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg AB 1977/85. Stichting Aircraft Recovery 
					Group, Fort Veldhuis, Heemskerk, Netherlands; stored, dismantled. Stichting Pionier Hangaar, 
					Lelystad 1992; later moved to Berkhout. Restoration at Anna Paulowna, Netherlands 2000.
					 Sold to USA as restoration project; shipped ex Netherlands 2009.
				12473 (MSN 14-720) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE986. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
					Nederland 1949 as B-174.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Sold to USA mid 1968. Fargo Air Service, Nashua, NH 1970; noted unconverted in RNAF 
					Camouflage at Nashua Oct70. Registered 24Apr70 as N7875; cancelled 16Mar71.
					Conflict:
					B-174 also reported registered as N8994, MSN 66-2814
				12474 (MSN 14-721) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE987. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. ? 31 Service Flying Training School. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 28May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16045. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 19Jun47. Forced landing Bulltofta, Malmö after fire in the engine 
					carburettor 10Jul52. Loaned to F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 22Aug56. F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 
					20Dec56. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal Apr72. 
					Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				12475 (MSN 14-722) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE988. Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 
					with serial 20206.  No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 17Jul51. No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 7Aug51. Storage at 
					No 25 Air Material Base, Calgary, Alberta 13Jan54.  No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 
					30Apr54. Storage at No 6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario 17Nov54.  No 2 Flying Training School, 
					Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 2May55. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 14Sep56. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 14Jun57. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 12Aug58. 
					No 2 Flying Training School, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 3Dec58. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 17Mar59.
					Pending disposal 18Dec59. SOC 18Oct60. Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, sold to Davis Enterprises 
					of Edmonton, Alberta.
				12476 (MSN 14-723) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE989. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944.
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Swiss Air Force 6Oct49 as U-334. SOC 12Feb68
				12477 (MSN 14-724) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE990.  Delivered to Canada 26Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, 
					Netherlands.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-187.
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					State of the Netherlands, The Hague. Registered 24Jul57 as PH-NIB. Operated by 
					Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague on Dutch Navy target towing contract. Accident at 
					Julianadorp, near Den Helder 17Aug59. The pilot was carrying out a target flight 
					for the MLD when the aircraft started vibrating. The pilot elected to land immediately 
					but the only location was a nearby beach. The beach was packed with people so the 
					pilot ditched just offshore in shallow water. A few sturdy bathers arrived at the aircraft. 
					They placed the pilot on their shoulders and carried him to the shore; he did not even get 
					wet feet! The vibration was caused by a fractured propeller blade. Cancelled 22Jan60. 
					Major parts used to rebuild MSN 14A-2434/OO-GDQ. 
				12478 (MSN 14-725) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE991.  Delivered to Canada 26Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 31 Service Flying Training School, 
					Kingston, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 15Nov46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and 
					assembly 28Apr47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16028. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 30May47. Damaged 25Feb55 in a collision with 
					Sk 16A 16025 when being placed in the hangar; right wing damaged. Loaned to F 14 Wing, 
					Halmstad 13Jun56. F 14 Wing, Halmstad 20Dec56. SOC 4May71 in complete condition for 
					museum purposes. Transported from F 14, Halmstad to Ugglarp summer 1972. 
					Displayed at Svedino's Automobile and Aviation Museum, Ugglarp. Transported and loaned 
					to Swedish Air Force Historic Flight / Västgöta Veteranflygförening, Sotenäs 2000 for 
					renovation to airworthy condition. Registration SE-FVX reserved. Registered 1Oct14 as 
					SE-FUB to B Svedfelt, Svedino's Car and Air Museum, Ugglarp. First flight after total 
					renovation 8Nov14. Operated by the Swedish Air Force Historic Flight, Sotenäs, Trollhättan.
				12479 (MSN 14-726) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE992.  Delivered to Canada 26Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 31 Service Flying Training School, Kingston, Ontario. 
					No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario. No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Weyburn, Saskatchewan Jan44.  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, New Brunswick May43. 
					No 8 Repair Depot, Winnipeg for maintenance and modification Aug44; Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					No 2 Training Command reserve aircraft 13Nov44.  No 2 REMS, Weyburn, Saskatchewan 13Nov44; 
					stored. SOC 15Nov46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946.
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 21Jul47. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16047. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 23Sep47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					maintenance 28Oct49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 18Nov49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 
					24Feb50. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 26Jul56. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. Loaned to 
					F 12 Wing, KalMar 22Oct57. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 25Apr58. Loaned to United Nations 
					Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL) 17Jun58; code 04; ferried from Västerås to Lebanon 
					28Jun58; returned to Sweden 14Oct58. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 17Nov58. F 21 Wing, Luleå 1Mar63. 
					SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal 30Mar72. Ferry flight 
					Västerås (Sweden)-Kjeller (Norway)-Fornebu (Oslo, Norway) 28Apr72. Registered 12Sep72 
					as LN-MAA; cancelled 1Apr75. Registered 10Apr75 as G-BDAM. Painted in Royal Norwegian Air 
					Force colours as ‘216’; operated with the Harvard Formation Team; repainted in RAF colours 
					as FE992; operated by Historic Flying Ltd, Duxford. Registration cancelled 30Sep03 on export
					to Canada. Registered 9Jan04 as C-GFLR, cancelled 12Dec16; painted in RCAF colours as ‘ER992’. 
					Registered 6Jan17 as G-BDAM; current [Jun20]. Operated by Classic Wings, Duxford. 
				12480 (MSN 14-727) to RAF as Harvard IIb FE993. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 34 Service Flying Training School, Medicine 
					Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12481 (MSN 14-728) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE994.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-192. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1964
				12482 (MSN 14-729) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE995.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick; missing 1Dec43
				12483 (MSN 14-730) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE996.  Delivered to Canada 26Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 12Nov46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-186. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. State of the Netherlands, 
					The Hague. Registered 2Aug57 as PH-NIC. Operated by Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague on Dutch 
					Navy target towing contract. Accident taxying at Texel, Netherlands 22Nov57 when the brakes 
					failed and the aircraft ran off into a ditch. Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu). 
					Registration cancelled 2Mar64 ‘due to the bad condition returned to KLu’. Gilze-Rijen Air Base. 
					In scrap yard 1965/66. Salvaged
				12484 (MSN 14-731) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE997. Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12485 (MSN 14-732) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE998. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick.  No 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, 
					Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-183. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. En route Soesterberg to 
					Leeuwarden the engine failed and the aircraft crashed seven kms from Harderwijk, Veluwemeer, 
					Netherlands 25Aug64
				12486 (MSN 14-733) To RAF as Harvard IIb FE999. Delivered to Canada 26Apr43.
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-177. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Militaire Luchtvaart 
					Museum, Gilze-Rijen Air Base 1977/85. Woensdrecht AB as gate guard 1992 Marked as ‘B-77’ 
					[last noted Apr19)
				12487 (MSN 14-734) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH100.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 17Apr47. To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16066. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 8Sep47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
					for maintenance 1Aug49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 10Dec49. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 10Mar50. Loaned to F 12 Wing, KalMar. Departed from KalMar and crashed 
					into the sea off Köpingsvik, northeast of Borgholm 5Jun51. Failed to recover from an 
					intentional spin during instrument flight training. Pilot and instructor-pilot killed (2KIS). 
					Doubts about the instructor´s ability for this kind of exercise. SOC 23Jan52.
					Conflict:
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Swiss Air Force 18Jun49 as U-301. SOC 16Sep69
				12488 (MSN 14-735) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH101. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 3 Service Flying Training School, Calgary, 
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12489 (MSN 14-736) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH102. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF] . No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12490 (MSN 14-737) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH103. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12491 (MSN 14-738) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH104.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer,
					Ontario Feb44. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					1Apr47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16015.
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 22Apr47. Loaned to F 13 Wing, Norrköping 28Apr48. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 9Jul48. Loaned to F 13 Wing, Norrköping 6Nov53. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 29Jan54.
					Försökscentralen (Research Centre), Malmslätt, Linköping 28Feb57. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 
					12May60. SOC 20Jul67. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) as ground instructional airframe
					[last noted mid-1970s]. Tail section reported 21May01 at Hässlögymnasiet (Aviation College Of Sweden), 
					Västerås.
				12492 (MSN 14-739) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH105.  Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. ? 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-178. 
					Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Sold 1968, 
					Maasbracht, Netherlands; displayed on a pole at scrap yard, Maasbracht 1972.
				12493 (MSN 14-740) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH106.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 32 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Jun44. ? 13 Service Flying Training School Sep44. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-188. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1963
				12494 (MSN 14-741) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH107. Transport Auxiliary, White Waltham, 
					Berkshire Oct43; Montrose, Scotland Oct44. ? 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, 
					Newton, Nottinghamshire, Newton, Nottinghamshire Oct44 as ground instructional 
					airframe 4913M 
				12495 (MSN 14-742) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH108.  No RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht 
					Nederland Apr48 as FH108, later as B-130. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1959
				12496 (MSN 14-743) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH109. No RAF service. SOC Apr47. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 5May47 as FH109. Reserialled 1948 
					as 31-305. Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50.
					Eskadrille 722. Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. WFU 17Sep58. Scrapped at Flyvestation 
					Værløse 3May60. 
				12497 (MSN 14-744) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH110. Shipped to India. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Ground looped 
					on landing at Risalpur 18May44; damage to the wing and flaps. SOC 28Sep44 
				12498 (MSN 14-745) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH111.. No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jan45.  No19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire 
					May45. Stalled at 100 feet on approach to land and crashed at Wellingore, Lincolnshire 23Jul45.  
				12499 (MSN 14-746) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH112. Aeroplane & Armament 
					Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire Oct43. SOC 14Jun44 
				12500 (MSN 14-747) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH113. Shipped to India. 
					No 176 Squadron. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47 
				12501 (MSN 14-748) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH114.  ? 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45. No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45. 
					SOC Dec46. Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, 
					Denmark. Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 19Dec46 as FH114. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-306. Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. 
					Eskadrille 722. Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. WFU 25May59. Jørn Utzon 
					[Danish architect, designer of the Sydney Opera House in Australia], Hellebæk, 
					Helsingør 1961-1969 [bought as a toy for the children]. Dansk Veteranflysamling, 
					Stauning, Denmark, 1979. Derelict outside KZ Museum at Stauning 1985. 
					Stored Copenhagen 2002, fuselage badly corroded. Wings used in restoration of 
					Fv16126 [42-889].
				12502 (MSN 14-749) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH115. Air Transport Auxiliary, 
					White Waltham, Berkshire Oct43.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, Scotland Nov44. 
					No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire, Newton, Nottinghamshire
					 Nov44 as ground instructional airframe 4927M. SOC 7Jul47 
				12503 (MSN 14-750) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH116. Shipped to India. 
					India Communications Unit. SOC 24Apr47  
				12504 (MSN 14-751) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH117. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 35 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan.  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal.
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-198. 
					Tp Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 1956
				12505 (MSN 14-752) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH118. Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12506 (MSN 14-753) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH119.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-173. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1964
				12507 (MSN 14-754) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH120. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. Crashed after being caught in poor weather on approach to 
					Monkton 8Dec43 (2KIS). The aircraft stalled during a steep turn at low altitude while 
					doing a low level circuit, struck the ground 500 feet from the airfield.
				12508 (MSN 14-755) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH121. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 7 Service Flying Training School, 
					Fort MacLeod, Alberta. Accident, DBR 19Oct44
				12509 (MSN 14-756) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH122.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 22Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16018.
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 28May47. Loaned to F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 23Jul56. 
					F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 20Dec56. Damaged 23Feb61 at Hässlö when departed 
					the runway on landing and hit an obstacle damaging a wing flap. Loaned to F 9 Wing, Säve, 
					Göteborg 6Aug62. F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 7Sep62. SOC 30Mar72. 
					FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal 20Apr72. Lance Aircraft Supply, 
					Dallas, Texas, USA
				12510 (MSN 14-757) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH123.Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 31 Service Flying Training School, 
					Kingston, Ontario Dec43. ? 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario Aug44. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12511 (MSN 14-758) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH124.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Pearce, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 11Nov49 as U-340 [Aviolanda document dated 8Oct49 records previous 
					identity as FE405]. SOC 16Sep69    
				12512 (MSN 14-759) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH125.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and 
					assembly Jul48. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16141. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 4Oct48. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 9Nov55. 
					Propeller damaged when the aircraft nosed over braking to avoid collision with a 
					taxying Saab J 35B Draken at Barkarby 21Sep64. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 30Oct67. 
					SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal 21Apr72. 
					Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				12513 (MSN 14-760) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH126. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce,
					Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-191. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground 
					instructional airframe 1956
				12514 (MSN 14-761) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH127.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick. No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario Jan44. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 25Apr47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16071. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 22Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					maintenance 31Jan50; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 4Feb50. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 
					28Feb50. Accident when the aircraft went through the ice after landing on the island of 
					Løvstabukt 14Mar51. SOC 27Apr51.
				12515 (MSN 14-762) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH128. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 15 Service Flying Training School, 
					Claresholm, Alberta. Crashed six miles east of Stavely, Alberta 28Aug44 
				12516 (MSN 14-763) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH129; Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 35 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan.  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, 
					To Netherlands. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-172. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off 4Jun59
				12517 (MSN 14-764) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH130.  Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-165. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 1966. Stored Woensdrecht AB 1970/72. Deelan AB 
					as ground instructional airframe. Anthony Fokker School, Den Haag; painted as "PH-AFS" 1972/92.
					National Aviation College / Nederlands Luchtvaart College, Hoofddorp, 2004/07 as a ground
					instructional airframe; painted as “US Navy A/50”. Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg AB; 
					stored 2010/13. KLu Historic Flight Foundation / Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen 
					Air Base 2013 for restoration to fly
				12518 (MSN 14-765) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH131. Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. ? 3 Service Flying Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					SOC 2Oct46. Sold by War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-175. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg 1977. Museum moved to Kamp van Zeist 1980; 
					returned to Soesterberg 2012. Preserved and on display in sectioned condition. (According to 
					Klu show s/n 42-12471 and FH105).  
				12519 (MSN 14-766) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH132.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 32 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Jun44. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for 
					disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, 
					Netherlands. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-180. 
					Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960.
				12520 (MSN 14-767) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH133. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 32 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Jun44. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-180. 
					To Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for 
					fire practice 1960
				12521 (MSN 14-768) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH134. Delivered to Canada Apr43.
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying Training School, 
					Medicine Hat, Alberta. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 17Oct49 as U-337. SOC 16Sep69
				12522 (MSN 14-769) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH135.Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training 
					School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944   
				12523 (MSN 14-770) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH136 Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 34 Service Flying Training School, 
					Medicine Hat, Alberta. ? 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. Sold by War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force /Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-193. 
					To Ntherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. SOC Oct66. 
					Preserved as gate guard at Westerschouwen, Schelde Estuary, Holland, 1992. 
					Preserved and displayed on a pole at the entrance to Duinrand Recreatie,
					Burgh-Haamstede, Holland, 2000(According to Klu this is FS661).  
				12524 (MSN 14-771) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH137.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 31 Service Flying Training School, Kingston, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16012. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 23Apr47. Loaned to F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 29Apr48. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 29Jul48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for overhaul 1Jun49; installation 
					of rocket and bomb mountings 15Sep49. Damaged 28Oct53 in a collision with a tow truck 
					during towing. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg 7Jun57. F 7 Wing, Såtenäs, Skaraborgs 10Nov69. 
					SOC 9Sep70. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal 21Apr72.
					Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				12525 (MSN 14-772) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH138.  Delivered to Canada 30Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 15Nov46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 16May47. Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16033. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 9Jun47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for
					maintenance 24Feb50; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 8Mar50. Damaged 29Mar55. 
					Loaned to F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 5Jun56. F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 20Dec56. 
					SOC 10Mar70. Displayed at Svedino's Automobile and Aviation Museum, Ugglarp
				12526 (MSN 14-773) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH139. Delivered to Canada 30Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-185.
					To  Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53.
					Air Force Electronic and Technical School/Luchtmacht Electronische en Technische 
					School (LETS), Deelen AB. Transported to Leeuwarden AB 10Nov66 for intended use 
					as a ground instructional airframe for fire training. Reported at a playground at
					Hardegarijp, east of Leeuwarden. Leeuwarden AB 1972. No further information.
				12527 (MSN 14-774) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH140.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick Jul43. No 13 Service Flying Training School. 
					No 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 27Dec46. Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16058. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 6Oct47. Damaged when struck by a tanker 1Sep49. 
					When refueling, the airplane was hit by the fuel tank truck, damaging the right wing tip. 
					CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 21Oct49; installation of rocket and bomb 
					mountings 12Nov49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 24Feb50. F 21 Wing, Luleå 20Dec56. Accident at 
					Field 28, Gunnarn 3Feb58. Collision with a passenger car, driver killed,2 passengers injured. 
					SOC 8Mar58
				12528 (MSN 14-775) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH141.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944.   
				12529 (MSN 14-776) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH142. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No  8 Service Flying Training School,
					Moncton, New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12530 (MSN 14-777) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH143, Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Dec46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Registered 14Jun48 as CF-FXR; cancelled 21Jun50. Registered May50 as PJ-AAZ. Venezuela 1953
				12531 (MSN 14-778) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH144.Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 
					with serial 20202. No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 7Jul51. ? 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 28Aug51. 
					Canadian Pacific Airlines Repairs Ltd., Calgary for modifications 21Dec55.  No 3 Flying Training 
					School, Claresholm, Alberta. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 31Aug56. Pending disposal 22Jun59. 
					SOC 18Oct60. Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, sold to Davis Enterprises of Edmonton, Alberta 
				12532 (MSN 14-779) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH145. Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. ? 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Rijksluchvaartdienst/Government Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. 
					Registered 3Jul50 as PH-UEL; cancelled 23Aug60 as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International 
					BV at Deurne, Belgium
				12533 (MSN 14-780) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH146.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12534 (MSN 14-781) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH147.Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944.  
				12535 (MSN 14-782) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH148.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC Nov46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					5May47. To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16029. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 2Jun47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 19Aug49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 24Aug49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 5Dec49. 
					Loaned to F 12 Wing, KalMar 12Jun56. F 17 Wing, Kallinge, Ronneby 20Feb57. Damaged 
					at Bulltofta, Malmö 19Feb58 when ground looped after landing. Damaged when ground 
					looped 29Sep64. SOC 20Nov69. Skå Edeby. Sold to Bjorn Lowgren, Bromma, Sweden; 
					remained unconverted. Sold to Stefan Sandberg, Hatuna, Sweden 2016; to be restored to
					flying condition.
				12536 (MSN 14-783) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH149. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944.  
				12537 (MSN 14-784) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH150. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-169. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1966
				12538 (MSN 14-785) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH151.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick Jul43. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12539 (MSN 14-786) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH152. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 7 Bombing & Gunnery School, Paulson,
					Manitoba. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12540 (MSN 14-787) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH153. Delivered to Canada 30Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick Jul43.  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario Feb44. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 9Sep46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-158. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Honcoop Trading Co, 
					Veen, Netherlands 1970. Registration PH-HTC reserved 1Sep70; not taken up. Registered 
					18Dec72 as PH-PPS; cancelled 20Aug73. Used by a sky-writing company and fitted with 
					an oil smoke system. Doug Bianchi/Personal Plane Services, Booker, England 11Apr73. 
					Registered 7Sep73 as G-BBHK; current [Apr19]. Damaged on ground by a storm at Blackbushe, 
					Hampshire 3Jan76. Restoration at Duxford, Cambridgeshire 1998-2001; later moved to 
					Derby-Eggington, 2001; first flight 15Mar03. Piastow, Poland 16Jun11
				12541 (MSN 14-788) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH154.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, 
					Moncton, New Brunswick.  No 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 12Dec46. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16083. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 13Sep47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 18Jan50; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 25Jan50. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 30Jan50. 
					Crash landed 9Feb59. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 15May61. SOC 21Apr70.
				12542 (MSN 14-789) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH155.  Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het
					Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-403. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50    
				12543 (MSN 14-790) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH156. Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA)
					for inspection and assembly 25Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16072
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 27Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 3Feb50; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 9Feb50. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 15Feb50. 
					Damaged when left landing gear collapsed landing 10Dec51. F 21 Wing, Luleå 7Aug56. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 7Sep56. Damaged in collision with a vehicle at Luleå 23Aug57. 
					F 20 Wing, Uppsala. SOC 6Oct67.
				12544 (MSN 14-791) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH157.  Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 23Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16019. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 31May47. F 9 Wing, Säve, Göteborg. Damaged 22Sep54 at Säve 
					in collision with an obstacle when taxying to the parking line. Accident 23Mar55 at Säve 
					when braked too hard on landing. SOC 8Jun55
				12545 (MSN 14-792) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH158.  Delivered to Canada Apr43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 27Jan47. Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16006. Remained at CVA for trials. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 22Aug47. 
					Crashed at Gråsjöfallet, Jämtland 3Mar48 (1KIS). SOC 14May48.
					Conflict: 
					Fv 16056 also quoted as crashed at Gråsjöfallet, Jämtland 3Mar48
				12546 (MSN 14-793) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH159. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-190. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 1962
				12547 (MSN 14-794) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH160.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].   No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43.  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario Feb44. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12548 (MSN 14-795) To RAF as Harvard IIb FH161. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Wireless School, Calgary, Alberta. 
					Crashed during a training flight near Glenwood, Alberta 20Sep44 (1KIS). SOC 21Sep44  
				12549 (MSN 14-796) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH162. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12550 (MSN 14-797) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH163.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 16May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16038. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 10Jun47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 29Jul49;
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 25Aug49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 11Jan50. 
					F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 19Jan55. Damaged at Hässlö 13Mar56; during rollout after 
					a normal landing the pilot raised the landing gear instead of the wing flaps, causing 
					the aircraft to drop onto the fuselage. SOC 23Sep58.
				12551 (MSN 14-798) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH164. Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43. Accident, DBR 1Sep43.   
				12552 (MSN 14-799) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH165.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 18Jul51 
					with serial 20200.  No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 7Jul51.  No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 28Aug51. 
					Damaged at Claresholm 30Jul53. Canadian Pacific Airlines Repairs Ltd., Calgary for 
					modifications 21Dec55.  No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 19Mar56. 
					Inactive reserve at Lincoln Park, Alberta 25Oct56. Pending disposal 22Jun59. SOC 18Oct60. 
					Assets Disposal Corporation, sold to Davis Enterprises of Edmonton, Alberta.    
				12553 (MSN 14-800) to RAF as Harvard IIb FH166.  Delivered to Canada Apr43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick May43.  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) 
					for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16007. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 22Apr47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 22Dec49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 5Jan50. Forced landing 30Mar50. Damaged on 
					the ground at Ljungbyhed 5Dec51; when the engine was run the airplane nosed over, bending
					the propeller blades on the concrete ramp. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 2Jun56. 
					F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. SOC 21Sep70
42-12554/12566		Waco YC-62 
					Waco Model 2-FBH twin-engined wooden frame cargo transport.
					Contract cancelled Sep43.
					The first prototype was ready for flight testing Sep45. Reported to have been burned without being flown.
42-12567/12649		Lockheed P-38F-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7001/7083
				12568 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12573 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi S of Brindisi, Italy Dec 12, 1943.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12575 crashed with fire, Iceland Apr 25, 1943 and w/o
				12576 W/o 18 Oct 1943 in iceland
				12577 W/o 12 Dec 1942 at Kaldadarnes, Iceland 
				12578 W/o 13 Feb 1944 at Northampton, UK
				12579 W/o 12 Feb 1944 at Llangynog, UK
				12581 to RFC Ontario, CA
				12582 to RFC Ontario, CA
				12584 W/o 19 Sep 1942 at Middletown, NJ 
				12586 W/o 14 Oct 1943 in Iceland
				12588 W/o 16 Jul 1942 at Bradley Field, CT 
				12589 lost between Goose Bay, Labrador and BW-1 Aug 1, 1942.
				12590 W/o 7 Dec 1942 at Reykjavik Field, Iceland 
				12593 W/o 23 Oct 1942 at Wright Field, OH 
				12595 wrecked Feb 1944 at Meeks Field, Iceland and w/o.
				12610 (82nd FG 97th FS) Dec 23, 1942 flying with 50 other P-38 from RAF St Eval, Cornwall, 
					Britain to Gibraltar and then to North Africa. Pilot ran out of fuel and was forced to 
					make an emergency landing in La Linea de la Concepcion (Cadiz).
				12613 W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Kaldadarnes, Iceland 
				12616 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Operation Knocker. 
					Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB Oct42; Presque Isle Field, ME; 
					RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland; RAF Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 25Oct42
				12617 W/o 15 Sep 1942 at Bloomington, IN 
				12623 w/o 3 Mar 1943, Shot down in Bismarck Sea area, pilot lost, 39FS
				12624 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in landing accident at Schwimmer Airfield, Port Moresby,
					Papua New Guinea Jan 13, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
					W/o 13 Jan 1943 at Laloki Field, New Guinea
				12626 (7th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in force landing 200 yards short of Amberley Field, Australia Nov 24, 1942
					after ran out of fuel.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12629 W/o 11 Jul 1943 at Vivigani, New Guinea
				12639 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Ai-Ida, New Guinea
				12641 W/o 21 Jan 1944 in New Gunea
				12642 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Amberley Field, Australia 
				12646 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Amberley Field, Australia
				12647 (MSN 222-7081) under water in Milne Bay, New Guinea.  Recovered Nov 1978
					and moved to National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
				12649 suffered engine failure on delivery flight and ditched near Cape Vogel, PNG Nov 4, 1942.
					Pilot rescued.  (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Horanda Oro,
					Papua New Guinea Aug 2, 1943. Pilot survived, but aircraft DBR.  Plane remains noted 1977 at 
					National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
42-12650/12666		Lockheed P-38E-2-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7084/7100
				All redesignated P-83F-2-LO Jun 17, 1942, then P-38F-5-LO Aug 12, 1942
				12650  w/o 16 Jul 1943 at Urika Island, New Guinea; SOC Apr 1, 1944
				12651 SOC Oct 2, 1944
				12652 (MSN 222-7086) SOC Jun 6, 1944.  Restoration project from PNG salvage; restoration well under way 
					by Westpack Restorations at Colorado Springs, CO in 2013.
				12653 SOC and scrapped Aug 28, 1944
				12654 SOC Jun 11, 1943
				12655 (49th FG, 9th FS, 5th AF, "Sooner") lost from unknown cause at Rabaul New Britain Island,
					Papua New Guinea Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1074.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				12656 SOC Mar 23, 1942.
				12657 SOC and scrapped Aug 28, 1944
				12658 w/o 30 May 1943 at Schwimmer Field, New Guinea; SOC Jun 4, 1943
				12659 SOC Dec 15, 1944.
				12660 SOC Feb 25, 1944.
				12661 SOC Dec 21, 1944
				12662 SOC Oct 31, 1944
				12663 SOC Oct 22, 1942
				12664 SOC and scrapped Oct 31, 1944
				12665 (39th FS, 35th FG) MIA Jan 8, 1943 near Lae, New Guinea.  First P-38 loss of the war.  SOC Apr 1, 1944
				12666 SOC Jul 22, 1943
42-12667/12686		Lockheed F-5A-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7101/7120
				12667 W/o 24 Dec 1942 at Karval, CO 
				12668 W/o 16 Apr 1943 at Monett, MO 
				12669 W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Brookhaven, MS 
				12671 W/o 30 Dec 1942 at Kern County Airport, CA 
				12672 W/o 1 Apr 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				12674 W/o 6 Oct 1942 at Oklahoma City, OK 
				12677 W/o 6 Oct 1942 at Scott Field, IL 
				12678 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Feb 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 621
				12680 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost May 8, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 620
				12682 (7th PRG) crash landed in Russia Jun 15, 1944
				12684 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12685 W/o 19 Aug 1944 at Duvol, OK 
				12686 W/o 21 Jul 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
42-12687/12766		Lockheed P-38G-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7121/7200
				12687 used for performance testing by the Army AFs Material Center
					with two different propeller designs and pitch angles and engines V-1710-51 &-55   Feb 1943   Wright Field Ohio.
					W/o 5 Mar 1945 at Wright Field, OH.  Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from 
					Dayton-Wright Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar,
				 	killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside
				12690 W/o 11 May 1944 at Wilmington, DE 
				12694 W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Horanda, New Guinea
				12696 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) lostg from unknown cause 13 Oct 1943 at Horanda oro, Papua New Guinea.
					Fate of pilot unknown.
				12698 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) collided with P-38G due to rain and bad weather over Horanda Oro,
					Papua New Guinea Oct 13, 1943.  MACR 1116.  Pilot killed.
				12705 (418th FG) lost Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3306
				12712 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in landing accident at Schwimmer airfield, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
					Jan 23, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12713 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at NAS San Diego, CA 
				12718 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 28Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 28Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 29Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 12Oct42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 13Oct42
				12720 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Operation Knocker. 
					Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB Oct42; Presque Isle Field, ME; 
					RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42
				12721 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 3Oct42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 3Oct42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland; Heathfield, Ayr, Scotland 23Oct42
				12722  	2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 6Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 6Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 8Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland 9Sep42; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 11Sep42; 
					RAF Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland 15Sep42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 16Sep42
				12724  2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 3Oct42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 3Oct42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, 
					Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42
				12725 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12726 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12728 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 5Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 5Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 8Sep42; Bluie West One,
					 Narsarsuaq, Greenland 9Sep42; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 11Sep42; 
					RAF Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland 15Sep42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 16Sep42
				12730 W/o 19 Aug 1942 at Bowman Field, KY 
				12732 (1st FG, 94th FS) presumed shot down by Italian fighters S of Cuneo, Italy Jan 3, 1944.  MACR 2029.
					Pilot KIA.
				12736 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 28Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 28Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 29Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 12Oct42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 13Oct42
				12737  2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 5Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 5Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 8Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland 9Sep42; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 11Sep42; 
					RAF Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland 15Sep42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 16Sep42
				12738 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 5Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 5Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 8Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland 9Sep42; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 11Sep42; 
					RAF Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland 15Sep42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 16Sep42
					(94th FS, 1st FG) landed at Lisbon Portela Airport, Portugal Nov 15, 1942 due to engine problems.
					Aircraft interned and went into service with Portuguese Aeronautica Militar code OK+T s/n 300.
				12739 12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, 
					Wilmington, DE. Damaged taxying at New Castle AAB 23Aug42. Operation Knocker. 
					Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB Oct42; Presque Isle Field, ME; 
					RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland; RAF Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 25Oct42
					Found abandoned in German-held territory in North Africa.
				12740 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 5Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 5Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 8Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland 9Sep42; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 11Sep42; 
					RAF Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland 15Sep42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 16Sep42 
					Made emergency landing in German-held territory in North Africa.  Pilot taken POW.
				12742 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE.
					 Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 5Sep42;
					 Presque Isle Field, ME 5Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 8Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland 9Sep42; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 11Sep42; 
					RAF Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland 15Sep42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 16Sep42
				12744 W/o 13 Dec 1942 at Glendale, CA 
				12745 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 3Oct42;
					 Presque Isle Field, ME 3Oct42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42
				12746 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 28Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 28Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 29Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 12Oct42; delayed when a 
					supercharger caught fire during takeoff; Heathfield, Ayr, Scotland 23Oct42
				12747 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				127482nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 3Oct42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 3Oct42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland; Heathfield, Ayr, Scotland 23Oct42 
				12749 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 28Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 28Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 29Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 12Oct42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 13Oct42
				12750 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed on takeoff at Lecce, Italy
					Nov 18, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				12751 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE.
					 Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 28Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 28Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 29Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 12Oct42; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 13Oct42
				12753 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 28Sep42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 28Sep42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 29Sep42; Bluie West One, 
					Narsarsuaq, Greenland; Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland 12Oct42; 
					Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 13Oct42. 96th Fighter Squadron, 82nd Fighter Group, 
					Eighth Air Force, Eglinton (Station344), Derry, Northern Ireland. Assigned to the 
					Tweflth Air Force in North Africa, the plane was flown to a Base Air Depot for the required 
					modifications for use in hot/dusty/sandy climates. Lockheed Overseas Corporation,
					403rd Air Depot, Base Air Depot No.3, Langford Lodge (Station 597), County Antrim, 
					Northern Ireland. Departing Eglinton for the ferry flight to North Africa, the pilot decided 
					to buzz the base air depot at Langford Lodge 16Dec42 (1KIS). He dove down on the 
					airfield at about 500 miles an hour and pulled up into what was expected to be an Immelman 
					but when the plane reached the top of the climb, instead of rolling out, the pilot hesitated 
					and started to pull it through a loop. With insufficient altitude, the plane crashed into the 
					middle of the runway, going straight down at about 400 miles an hour. Pilot was killed.
				12756 W/o 19 Aug 1944 at Pt Reyes, CA  
				12757 W/o 22 Sep 1942 at Middletown, PA 
				12758 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Operation Knocker. Ferried North Atlantic route departing New Castle AAB 3Oct42; 
					Presque Isle Field, ME 3Oct42; RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; Bluie West One, Narsarsuaq, Greenland; 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland; Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42
				12765 to RFC at Ontario, CA
42-12767/12786		Lockheed F-5A-3-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7201/7220
				12767 W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Camp Gruber, OK; surveyed at Will Rogers Field Mar 13, 1944.
				12768 (7th PRG, 13th PS) shot down by Oblt. Herbert Huppertz in FW-190A-5 of JG 2/8. at La Boule, France 
					Jun 29, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 534. 
				12769 (13th PRS, 7th PRG) lost May 16, 1943, France.  MACR 531
				12770 7th PRG, 22nd PRS.  W/o 4 Mar 1944 at Welford, UK; scrapped Jun 29, 1944.
				12771 crash-landed near Pakersfield, CA Jun 15, 1943.  
				12772 scrapped at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Jun 15, 1944.
				12773 7th PRG, 13th PS) shot down by Obfw. Johannes Stolz in FW-190A-5 of JG 2/8. near Caden, France Jun 29, 1943. 
					Pilot POW. MACR 533. 
				12774 in midair fire near Olney, UK Feb 15, 1943.  Pilot bailed out, plane
					crashed into Great Ouse River.
				12775 (7th PRG, 13th PRS) lost Apr 4, 1943, Belgium.  MACR 15
				12776 (13th PRS, 7th PRG) lost Apr 13, 1943, France.  MACR 532
				12777 (13th PRS, 7th PRG) lost Jun 11, 1943, North Sea.  MACR 530
				12778 (10th PRG) lost May 7, 1944.  MACR 5534
				12779 (7th PRG, 13th PS, 8th AF) shot down by Oblt. Gerhard Sommer in Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/4. over Waddenzee 15 km 
					E of Vlieland, Netherland Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 17. 
				12780 (7th PRG, 13th PRS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw. Erwin Engel in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/2 at Hompelvoet, Netherland 
					Jul 17, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 33.
				12781 (7th PRG, 13th PRS, 8th AF) crashed 6 mi WNW of Warwick, UK Jul 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				12782 W/o 17 May 1943 at Thermal AAB, CA 
				12785 W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Orlando AB, FL 
				12786 (34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
42-12787/12798		Lockheed P-38G-3-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7221/7232
				12791 w/o at Wright Field, OH while attempting a glider tug flight.
				12792 W/o 4 Nov 1943 at Orange County AAF, CA 
				12794 W/o 5 May 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA; repaired (?); w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				12796 W/o 20 Sep 1942 at Roscoe, CA 
				12797 W/o 19 Nov 1943 at Ventura, CA 
				12798 W/o 19 Nov 1942 at McChord Field, WA 
42-12799/12866		Lockheed P-38G-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7233/7300
				12800 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Murder Point, AK
				12802 (82nd FG, 8th AF) British found this aircraft on a sunken ship and was towing it on a pontoon to Derry when it broke loose
					and washed up on shore near Donegal, Ireland Jan 9, 1943.  Aircraft was lost
				12806 w/o 31 Jan 1943, Shot down-Germany?
				12814 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 8th AF) got lost over Northern Ireland Dec 17, 1942 and pilot bailed out when got low on
					fuel.  Plane crashed vertically into a field near Corrintra,north of Castleblaney, County
					Londonerry just south of Northern Ireland/Eire border.  Pilot bailed out and survived.
					The 82nd FG was at RAF Eglinton, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland (Station 344) for 
					additional combat training prior to deployment to Algeria with the Twelfth Air Force.
					Relics of this aircraft are owned by the Monaghan County Museum, Ireland. 
					Loaned to City of Derry Airport, Northern Ireland and on display in the terminal 
					building [2020].
				12815 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Windischgarsten, SE
					of Steyr, Austria Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2703.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12823 W/o 4 Jan 1944 at Los Angeles, CA 
				12825 (96th FS, 82nd FG) landed at Quarteira, Algarve, Portugal due to lack of fuel Dec 23, 1942
				12826 W/o 22 Sep 1942 at Newark Airport, NJ 
				12828 W/o 20 Sep 1942 at Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank, CA 
				12830 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by 88 mm Flak SW of Cuglieri, Sardinia, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 359.
				12832 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA Sep 4, 1943, Tyrrhenian Sea 75 mi from Palermo, Sicily.  MACR 640
					Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				12834 W/o 29 Aug 1944 at Triolo, Italty 
				12835 W/o 20 May 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				12836 W/o 10 Nov 1943 at Watsonville, CA
				12837 W/o 7 Nov 1942 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				12838 W/o 20 Nov 1942 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				12839 W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Salinas, CA 
				12840 W/o 15 Jan 1944 at Santa Ana, CA 
				12841 W/o 24 Nov 1942 at Otay Lake, CA 
				12842 W/o 27 Oct 1944 at Palmdale AAF, CA 
				12843 W/o 23 Jan 1943 at Tumwater, WA 
				12845 W/o 11 Nov 1943 at Point Loma, CA 
				12847 restoration project from PNG salvage, at Bankstown, Australia.  At Precision Aerospace.
				12848 (49th FG, 9th FS) shot down and crashed SE of Tobera
					Field, Rabaul, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1315.  Pilot KIA.  Wreck
					discovered in 2001 near Warongoi River, Papua New Guinea.
				12849 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed during landing at eastern edge of runway at Gurney airfield,
					Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Apr 14, 1943.  Had to swerve to avoid collision with RAAF P-40.
					Pilot killed.
				12850 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed 15 mi S of Lae Morobe, Papua New aguine Sep 6, 1943 due
					to mechanioca failure.  Pilot killed.  MACR 6578
				12854 W/o 30 Sep 1942 at Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank, CA 
				12856 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) collided with P-38G due to rain and bad weather Oct 13, 1943 
					over Horanda Oro, PapuaNew Guinea.  MACR 1104.  Pilot killed.
				12860 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed from unknown cause 13 Jul 1943 at Hercules Bay, Papua New Guinea.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12863 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 20 Feb 1943 at Heuva Beach, Papua New Guinea
					after ran out of fuel.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12866 fitted with experimental gun installation of 2 short-barrel 20-mm cannon
					and four 0.50-inch machine guns as part of XP-49 program.  
42-12867/12869		Lockheed P-38J-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1001/1003
				12867 to reclamation at Robbins AAF, GA Apr 30, 1946
				12868 w/o 15 Jan 1944 at Indianapolis, IN; surveyed at Wright AAF, OH Jan 18, 1944
				12869 surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL May 4, 1944.
42-12870/12966		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7304/7400
				12870 W/o 14 Jun 1944 at Vincenzo, Italy
				12874 (1st FG, 27th FS) forcelanded at Mateur, Tunisia Jul 27, 1943.
				12876 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop flown by Ofw Johann Pichler of JG 77/7 over 
					Mediterranean Eea E of Sardinia, Italy Jun 18, 1943.  MACR 1406.  Pilot KIA
				12878 (14th FG, 49th FS) damaged by fighter and ditched into sea W of Ischia Island, Italy Aug 27, 1943.
					MACR 510.  Pilot POW.
				12881 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Mateur, Tunesia
				12882 (1st FG) dove into ground at Bush farm near Great Sampford, England Jan 13, 1943.
				12883 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) lost from unknown cause at Benevento, Italy Aug 27, 1943, Italy.  MACR 502.
					Pilot killed.
				12887 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Ofw. Herbert Rollwage in Bf-109G-6 of JG 53/5. 35 km ESE of Graz, Austria Jan 7, 1944. Pilot POW.  MACR 1692.
				12890 (1st FG, 71st FS) entered a cold front and crashed into Tyrrenian Sea 40 km W of Ischia, Italy 
					Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 992.  Pilot KIA.
				12892 (154th FG) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3511
				12894 (82nd FG, 97th FS) shot down by Uffz Rudolf Philipp in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/12 NNE of Tirana, Albania Dec 10, 1943.  
					MACR 1480.  Pilot KIA
				12896 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down by Uffz Muller in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 53/7 and crashed near Vidcenza, Italy Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1624.  Pilot POW.
					Remains noted Jun 2004 at Museo Storici T. Dal Molin, Vicenza AP.
				12901 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG3/11 30 mi SWo of Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  
					MACR 572.  Pilot POW
				12905 (78th FG, 83nd FS) collided in midair with 42-12928
					Jan 26, 1943 over the Trough of Bowland, England while being 
					ferried from Lincolnshire to Ireland. Pilots of both aircraft killed.
					MACR 1494 dated Dec 30, 1943 wrongly refers to this plane, 
				12906 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down at Foggia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 486.  Pilot POW
				12907 : (78th FG) Involved in mid-air collision with unidentified P-38G of same unit near RAF Honiley on 13th February 1943
				12908 W/o 21 Dec 1943 at Attu Island, AK 
				12909 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Murder Point, AK 
				12910 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/III. over Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 56. 
				12911 (1st FG) collided in midair with P-38G 42-13175 and crashed near Roccasecca, Italy Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 977.
					Pilot KIA.
				12918 (1st FG, 94th FS) bellylanded at Chateaudun, Algeria Apr 19, 1943. Repaired. Shot down by Uffz. Robert Koch in 
					Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/7. over sea 50 mi W of Oristano, Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943.
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 53. 
				12919 (71st FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943 near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 497
				12920 crashed near village of Croston, England Jan 15, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				12923 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/7 over
					Gulf of Orosei, Sardinia, Italy Jun 18, 1943.  MACR 19.  Pilot KIA
				12924 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AA at Foggia, Italy Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 715.  Pilot POW.
				12926 (2nd FTS) crashed 15 mi NE of Constantine, Tunisia Dec 8, 1943
					Pilot killed.
				12928 (78th FG, 82nd FS) collided with 42-12905 Jan 26, 1943 over the Trough of Bowland,
					England while being ferried from Lincolnshire to Ireland.
					Pilots of both aircraft killed.
				12932 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Ischia Island, 
					Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 578. Pilot KIA
				12935 (1st FG, 27th FS) crashed into sea during dogfight near Ischia Island, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  MACR 495.
					Pilot KIA
				12936 W/o 26 May 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				12937 crashed Apr 9, 1943 at Calabasas, CA with Col. Ben Kelsey at controls.
					He had making a test run with the first dive flap installation, one wing
					and entire tail section came off in an inverted spin.  Kelsey suffered
					a broken ankle.
				12938 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/II. over Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  
					MACR 340.
				12941 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) in takeoff accident at San Pacrazio Aifrield, Salentino, Italy Oct 3, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed. Must have been repaired, since w/o 3 Oct 1943 at 
					St Pancrazic, Tunesia 
				12945 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA Oct 14, 1943, W of Argos airfield, Greece.  MACR 974A.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				12947 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing in Italy Mar 29, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				12951 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV near Ischia Island, Italy Aug 28, 1943.  
					MACR 493.  Pilot POW, then escaped, evaded and returned in 1944.
				12952 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lecce Airfield, Italy Nov 2, 1943.  Pilot survived.
				12956 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lecce Airfield, Italy Nov 12, 1943.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft DBR.
				12961 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AAA at Palagonia, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 74. 
				12962 (14th FG) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2306
42-12967/12986		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7401/7420.  Originally built as P-38G-10-LO, redesignated F-5A-10-LO Jan 12, 1942.
				12967 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Apr 22, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 619.
				12968 w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Pueblo AAB, CO 
				12971 w/o 16 Apr 1943 at Branson, CO 
				12972 (4th PRG, 17th PRS) lost SW Pacific Dec 6, 1943.  MACR 1254.  Pilot KIA
				12973  w/o 8 Jul 1944 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
				12974 w/o 9 May 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				12975 redesignated XF-5D-LO Aug 5, 1943 after rebuilt with Plexiglas nose for
					prone observer and camera position.  Crashed 2 mi E of Cross Plains, TN Mar 22, 1945.
					To reclamation at Nashville, TN Apr 4, 1945.
				12977 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Aug 17, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 365 and 273
				12978 w/o 11 Dec 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				12979 w/o 25 Jan 1944 at Liphook, UK 
				12981 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					May 11, 1943 for unspecified trials.  Returned to USAAF
					May 27, 1943.  (7th PRG, 14th PRS) lost Eindhoven, The Netherlands Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5490
				12983 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Jul 2, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 44
				12986 w/o 10 Oct 1943 at Moffett Field, CA 
42-12987/13066		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7421/7500
				12987 (14th FG, 49th FS) collided in midair with P-38G 43-2499 over
					NE coast of Lavenzo Island, Italy Jun 18, 1943. Pilot POW. MACR 308.
				12988 (78th FG) crashed on takeoff from Portreath Feb 28, 1943
				12995 (14th FG, 48th FS, 15th AF) shot down by Fw. Muller in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 53/7 at St Bartolo di Ravenna, 15 km N of Ravenna, Italy
					Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 01594.  Pilot POW.  Engine and parts 
					recovered Sep 1999.
				12989 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 over Italy Dec 1, 1943.  
					MACR 1640.  Pilot KIA
				12998 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed after takeoff 8 mi N of St.Donat, Tunisia Jun 27, 1943.
				13000 (71st FS, 1st FG) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 near Ischia Island,
					Italy Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 372 (MACR has date being Aug 10).
					Pilot bailed out and later returned.
				13003 (71st FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 551
				13004 W/o 11 Dec 1942 at Mt Victory, OH 
				13008 W/o 25 Feb 1944 at Orange County AAF, CA 
				13010 W/o 7 Aug 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13012 W/o 30 May 1944 at Foggia, Italy
				13013 W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Triolo, Italy
				13014 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV near Ischia Island, Italy Aug 28, 1943.  
					MACR 500.  Pilot POW
				13017 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/R1 of JG 77/8 flown by Obfw Wichard Forster W of
					Lake Bolsena, Italy and crashed near Porto Clementino, Italy Oct 21, 1943.  Pilot returned.  MACR 993
				13019 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed at Gerbini airfield, Sicily Sep 5, 1943.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.  W/o 15 Sep 1943 at Gerbin, Italy
				13024 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria
				13025 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Triolo, Italy
				13026 (154th FG) lost Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4367
				13027 37th Fighter Squadron, 14th Fighter Group, Fifteenth Air Force, Italy. Detached to Aghione, Corsica, 
					Aug44 for Operation Dragoon. Crashed after engine failure and the pilot bailed out at Aghione, 
					Corsica 18Aug44 [1KIA].
				13028 (82nd FG, 96th FS) collided with a shot down Bf 109G-6 and 
					42-13130 and all three crashed in Italy Dec 25, 1943.  
					MACR 1623.  Pilot POW
				13030 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 6 mi E of Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Apr 13, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				13031 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 5 mi SW of Kiukiang, China Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1052.
					Pilot killed.
				13042 (82nd FG, 96th FS, 12th AF) lost from unknown cause near coast near Manfredonia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  
					MACR 487.  Pilot KIA
				13044 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by a Bf-109G-6 of JG 53/II. 90 km S of Wiener Neustadt, Austria Jan 7, 1944. Pilot POW.   MACR 1691
				13045 (347th FS, 350th FG) lost Jun 7, 1943, Algeria.  MACR 18
				13052 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Mc.205 Veltr flown by Lt Carlo Cucci of 1st 
					Squadrliglia 1st Gruppo ANR 30 mi SW of Reggio Elima, Italy Apr 25, 1944.  MACR 4626.  Pilot killed.
				13054 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed at Salsola airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 24, 1944 after ran out
					of fuel. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13058 (1st FG, 71st FS) in landing accident at Mateur, Tunisia
					Aug 6, 1943.
				13059 (1st FG, 94th FS) bellylanded in Italy Oct 10, 1943
				13061 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 and ditched 50 km SW of Vententone Island, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  
					MACR 524.  Pilot POW
				13062 (82nd FG) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG-27/12 off Greece 
					and ditched into Gulf of Korinthos, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 925B.  Pilot KIA
				13066 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) collided in midair with another aircaft overVincenzo airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Feb 2, 1944 and crashed.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
42-13067/13126		Lockheed F-5A-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7501/7560
				13068 (3rd PRG, 5th PRS) shot down by AAA and crashlanded
					4 mi S of Cassino, Italy Dec 27, 1943.  MACR 2578.
					Pilot POW.
				13071 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Ferried South Atlantic 
					route departing New Castle AAB 7Feb43; Homestead Field, FL 7Feb43; Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Trinidad; Zanderij, Suriname; Val de Cães Field, Belém, Brasil; 
					Parnamirim Field, Natal, Brasil; Ascension Island 20Feb43; Roberts Field, Liberia 23Feb43; 
					Casablanca, French Morocco.  (3rd PRG) crashed into Mediterranean Sea 100 mi N. of
					Bizerte, Tunisia Nov 11, 1943.  MACR 1145.  Pilot KIA
				13073 assigned to  6th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron at 14 Mile Drome 
					near Port Moresby. Shot down Jun 5, 1943 on a mission over the New Britain by a Japanese Ki-45 Nick. The pilot parachuted 
					into the jungle, where he barely survived for 31 days until found by local hunters who cared for him. 
					Later, he was taken to the camp of Australian Commandos who arranged his rescue, along with other American 
					and Australian aviators from behind enemy lines aboard submarine USS Gato on February 5, 1944.
				13074 W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
				13076 W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13077 (7th PRG, 13th PS) caught fire in flight and crashed at Wallingford, UK Jul 24, 1943.  Pilot bailed out.
				13078		7th PRG, 22nd PRS; code   
				13080 bellylanded by Antoine de Saint-Exupery Feb 14, 1944.
				13081 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13082 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Ferried South Atlantic 
					route departing New Castle AAB 7Feb43; Homestead Field, FL 7Feb43; Borinquen Field, Aguadilla,
					 Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Trinidad; Zanderij, Suriname; Val de Cães Field, Belém, Brasil; 
					Parnamirim Field, Natal, Brasil; Ascension Island 20Feb43; Roberts Field, Liberia 23Feb43; Casablanca, French Morocco
				13083 W/o 10 Apr 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				13084 (MSN 222-7519) recovered Nov 1978 from swamp near Port Moresby
					and moved to National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
				13086 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. Ferried South Atlantic 
					route departing New Castle AAB 7Feb43; Homestead Field, FL 7Feb43; Borinquen Field, Aguadilla,
					 Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Trinidad; Zanderij, Suriname; Val de Cães Field, Belém, Brasil; Parnamirim Field, 
					Natal, Brasil; Ascension Island 20Feb43; Roberts Field, Liberia 23Feb43; Casablanca, French Morocco
				13087 W/o 25 Jan 1943 in Arizona
				13088 (8th PRS, 6th PRG) lost Sep 10, 1943, Papua New Guinea.  MACR 617
				13090 (6th PRG) lost Feb 9, 1944.  MACR 2174
				13092 (3rd PRG, 12th PRS) lost in bad weather during recon to Trieste Oct 7, 1943.  MACR 926.  Pilot MIA
				13095 (3rd PRG, 125h PRS) at Florence, Italy Oct 1944
				13099 7th PRG, 22nd PRS;  W/o 18 Aug 1943 at Mount Farm, UK
				13100 (3rd PRG, 15th PS) lost in Greece Nov 9, 1943.  MACR 1310.  Pilot POW.
				13102 (6th PRG) lost Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6296
				13103 W/o 9 Jul 1943 in Caribbean Sea
				13106 W/o 20 Jan 1943 at Lakeview, CA 
				13109  (3rd PRG, 5th PS) lost on recon mission to Marseille Jun 26, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 14561. 
				13110 (5th PRG) lost Apr 28, 1944.  MACR 4195
				13113 W/o 19 Feb 1943 at Marajo Island, Brazil 
				13118 W/o 12 May 1944 at Volturno, Italy
				13122 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Pomigiliano, Italy
				13123 (5th PRG) lost Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8368
				13124 (5th PRG) lost Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4224
				13125 W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				13126 (MSN 222-7560) to Free French AF
42-13127/13266		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7561/7700
				13130 (82nd FG, 96th FS) collided with a shot down Bf 109G-6 and
					42-13028 and all three crashed in Italy Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1626.
					Pilot KIA
				13132 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/11 30 mi SW of Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  
					MACR 579.  Pilot KIA
				13135 W/o 23 Mar 1943 at Carrobort, Algeria; repaired (?); 
					(1st FG, 27th FS) collided in midair with P-38 42-13149
					and crashed off Marina de Carrara, Italy Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1638.  Pilot POW
				13136 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Mateur, Tunesia
				13138 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/II Sicily, Italy Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 310
				13140 W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Triolo, Italy
				13143 (82nd FG, 97th FS) one engine failed and crashlanded near Volturno River near
					Naples, Italy Sep 28, 1943.  MACR 932.  Pilot POW.
				13146 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by small arms fire and crashed into sea off Galati, Italy Aug 17, 1943.
					MACR 413.  Pilot KIA
				13147 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/II Sicily, Italy Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 311
				13148 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Uffz Erhard Philip in 
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/6 over Gulf of StEufernia, Italy 
					Aug 7, 1943.  MACR 1515.  Pilot KIA
				13149 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38 42-13135
					and crashed off Marina di Carrara, Italy Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1791.  Pilot POW.
				13150 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by Oblt Franz Schiess of JG 53/8 Aug 27, 1943, 
					40 km S of Capua, Italy.  MACR 549.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13152 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 over Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 479.  Pilot POW.
				13156 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Mateur, Tunesia
				13161 W/o 24 Jun 1944 in Italy
				13163 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/III
					over Adriatic Sea off Jesolo, Italy Dec 2, 1943.  MACR 1468.
					Pilot KIA
				13164 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) crash landed at San Pancrazio airfield, Italy Oct 6, 1943.  Pilot 
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13167 W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Knoxville, TN 
				13172 (1st FG, 27th FS) crashed with steep glide 5 nm SW of Udine, Italy Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1637.  Cause may
					have been a malfunction of the oxygen system.
				13173 (83rd FG, 97th FS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by unknown pilot from JG 53 or JG 77
					Jan 30, 1944 over Udine Airdrome, Italy.  MACR 2068.  Pilot KIA.
				13175 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 41-12911 and crashed near Roccasecca,
					Italy Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 976.  Pilot KIA
				13176 W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Knoxville, TN 
				13180 (82nd FG, 97th FS) shot down by a fighter 20 mi SW of Gerbini, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 72.
				13182 (1st FG, 94th FS) crashed on landing in Italy Oct 9, 1943
				13183 W/o 21 Feb 1943 at Amarillo AAF, TX 
				13184 W/o 14 Aug 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13185 (14th FG) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2307
				13187 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near 5 mi NW of Logia di Patria, Italy
					in Tyrrenian Sea, Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 577.  Pilot KIA
				13189 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed on takeoff 1 mi N of Lecce, Italy
					Nov 14, 1943.  Pilot died of injuries.
				13192 1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by ground fire 5 mi W of Caltanissetta, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 111. 
				13193 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into Sea 3 mi
					off Locri, Italy Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 370.  Pilot POW.
				13194 (82nd FG, 97th FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV and crashed during crashlanding at
					Bosco Tricase, Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 436 and 437.  Pilot KIA
				13195 W/o 2 Sep 1944 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13197 W/o 17 Apr 1945 at Nagaghuli, India
				13199 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 3, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				13200 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 near Villa Lifeme Point off coast of Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 571.  Pilot KIA
				13201 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) collided with P-38G near Morstar, Yugoslavia and crashed Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1815.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13204 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Feb 2, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				13205 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA at Banjaluka airfield, Yugoslavia May 29, 1944.  MACR 5408
					Pilot killed.
				13206 (82nd FG, 96th FS, 15th AF) crashed in bad weather into Adriatic Sea 20 mi NW of Trikala, Greece 
					Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1131.  Pilot KIA
				13210 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed into Mediterranean Sea between
					Italy and Greece Dec 8, 1943.  MACR 1466.  Pilot KIA
				13211 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed on Pag Island off coast of Yugoslavia in Adriatic Sea Feb 28, 1944.  
					MACR 2574.  Pilot killed.
				13212 (14th FG, 48th FS) hit by small arms fire and ditched SW of
					Caltagirone, Sicily, Italy Jul 13, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 336.  
				13216 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by AAA near Cape Spartivento, Sardinia 
					Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 352.  Pilot KIA.
				13218 W/o 8 Mar 1943 at Akron, OH 
				13219 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 43-2452 and crashed at Lake Lentini, Sicily, Italy Jul 11, 1943. 
					Pilot baled out and returned. MACR 101.
				13222 7th PRG, 22nd PRS
				13227 (27th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 552
				13228 (95th FS, 95th FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6/U4 flown by Ofw Max Winkler of JG 27/2 Apr 6, 1944
					NE of Varadzin near Karlovac, Yugoslavia.  MACR 3952.  Pilot bailed out but was found dead.
				13230 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Grombalia airfield, Tunisia Sep 26, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				13233 (37th FS, 14th FG) lost Aug 23, 1943, Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 488
				13234 (14th FG) lost Mar 17, 1944.  MACR 3213
				13237 W/o 29 Jul 1944 at Triolo, Italy 
				13238 (82nd FG, 95th FS, "Hallock") shot down by 1stLt Mihail
					Grigorov of 672nd Jato, Bulgarian AF at Debar, Macedonia
					Nov 14, 1943.  MACR 1603.  Pilot KIA
				13242 (71st FS, 1st FG) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 over
					Mediterranean S of Ventotene, Italy Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 348.
					(MACR has date being Aug 10).  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13243 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 42-13431 near Canino, Italy
					Oct 21, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and evaded. MACR 989
				13244 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) ditched 25 mi W and slightly N of Pola, Yugoslavia Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3214.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13246  (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/III. over Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943. 
					Pilot POW.  MACR 105. 
				13248 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 SW of Kiukiang Jiangxi, China Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1055.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				13249 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed at Foggia main airfield, Italy due to engine failure Sep 7, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13251 W/o 13 Jun 1943 at Chateau-du-Rhumel, Tunesia
				13252 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 3, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13253 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 5 mi SW OF Kiukiang, China Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1053.
					Pilot killed.
				13254 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed in Tunisia Nov 10, 1943 while on
					test flight.  MACR 1201.  Pilot killed
				13255 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Lomita, CA 
				13258 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 523
				13260 W/o 31 Mar 1943 at Memphis, TN 
				13261 W/o 21 Feb 1944 at Orange Co AAF, CA 
				13262 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit Sep 2, 1943 
					near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 574.  Pilot killed.
				13263 W/o 17 Jul 1943 at La Mesa, CA 
				13265 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico 
42-13267/13326		Lockheed F-5A-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7701/7760
				13270 W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Bishnupur, India
				13274 W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Atona, Italy 
				13275 (5th PRG, 15th PRS) lost over Adriatic Sea 11 km E of Grottammare,
					Italy Nov 15, 1943.  MACR 1121.  Pilot POW
				13276 W/o 14 May 1945 at Chanyi, China 
				13277 crashed near Mt. Pleasant, TX Jun 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				13278 W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Pandaveswar, India
				13279 W/o 24 Nov 1943 at Mount Farm, UK
				13281 (3rd PRG, 15th PS) lost over Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 433.  Pilot KIA
				13282 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Zandery Field, Suriname 
				13283 W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Shangsze, China
				13284 (21st PRS) just after touchdown at Kunming nosewheel collapsed Feb 17, 1944. Pilot escaped, but 
					plane was destroyed by ensuing fire.
				13285 W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Kweilin, China 
				13287 (9th PRS, 8th PRG) lost Oct 5, 1943, India.  MACR 777
				13289		7th PRG, 14th PRS; code  289- 	Zola
				13295 (9th PRS, 8th PRG) lost Sep 10, 1943, India.  MACR 649
				13297 (23rd FG) lost Sep 21, 1944.  MACR 9581
				13298 (5th PRG, 23rd PS) crashed at Yundum Field, Gambia Jun 25, 1943.
				13299 (9th PRS, 8th PRG) lost Sep 13, 1943, India.  MACR 646
				13300 W/o 16 May 1943 at Love Field, TX 
				13303 (30th PRS) flown over Normandy defenses May 19, 1944 and
					May 20, 1944.
				13304 (3rd PRG) lost over Mediterranean Nov 6, 1943.  MACR 1123.  Pilot MIA
				13306 (5th PRG, 23rd PS) crashed into Atlantic in rain squall 70-80 mi SW of Roberts Field, Liberia Jul 3, 1943. 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 439. 
				13307 W/o 29 Jun 1944 at Lesina, Italy 
				13309 (3rd PRG) lost Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 7995
				13310 (3rd PRG) lost Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 8008
				13312 (7th PRG, 14th PRS, "Lu Mar") crashed due to low clouds at
					Newberry, UK Dec 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				13314 (5th PRG) lost Oct 27, 1943.  MACR 1114
				13315 W/o 4 Oct 1944 at Casa di Brolio, Italy 
				13318 (5th PRG) lost Apr 12, 1944.  MACR 3963.  Data base has
					date of Jan 12, 1944, which is wrong.
				13319 (3rd PRG) lost Feb 14, 1944.  MACR 2400
				13320 W/o 25 May 1945 at Chipperfield, UK
				13322 (7th PRG, 22nd PRS) crashed 5 mi SW of Charmy, UK Dec 31, 1943.
					Pilot killed.
				13325 7th PRG, 22nd PRS.  W/o 28 Apr 1944 at Carinola, Italy
				13326 W/o 9 Jul 1943 in Caribbean Sea 
42-13327/13557		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7761/7991
				13327 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13331 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Lomita, CA
				13333 W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Dume Pt, CA 
				13334 W/o 9 Jan 1944 at NAS San Diego, CA 
				13336 W/o 13 Feb 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13337 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Greenville, CA 
				13338 W/o 24 Dec 1943 at Holister, CA 
				13339 W/o 29 Nov 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
				13340 W/o 20 Jun 1943 at Glendale, CA 
				13341 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13342 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Fillmore, CA 
				13345 W/o 24 Jan 1944 at Long Beach AAF, CA 
				13346 W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Glendale, CA 
				13347 W/o 7 Sep 1944 at San Sola, Italy
				13348 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13350 W/o 22 Oct 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA; repaired (?); w/o 13 Feb 1944 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13352 W/o 30 May 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				13353 W/o 19 Jan 1945 at Oxnard AAAF, CA 
				13354 W/o 26 Jan 1945 at Ojai, CA 
				13356 W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Love Field, TX 
				13357 W/o 29 Apr 1944 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13361 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 17, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 82
				13365  (14th FG, 37th FS) damaged by a Bf-109G-6 of JG 53/III., then one engine caught fire and crashed near Duino, Italy Jan 16, 1944. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 1794
				13366 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by a Bf-109G-6 of JG 53/III. 20 km S of Ljubljana, Croatia Jan 16, 1944. Pilot KIA.  MACR 1795
				13370 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by a Bf-109G-6 of JG 53/II. near Bednja, Croatia Jan 7, 1944. Pilot POW, later escaped with partisans help and returned
					MACR 1821
				13371 (14th FG) lost Jan 13, 1944.  MACR 1817
				13372 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 W of Castel Volturno, Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 425.
					Pilot KIA
				13373 W/o 28 Apr 1943 at Coyote Wells, CA 
				13375 W/o 15 Nov 1944 at Chico, CA 
				13376 W/o 11 Apr 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13377 scrapped Ontario, California in 1946.
				13378 W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Roserita Beach, Mexico 
				13379 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13381 (329th FG, 330th FS) ditched in lake near Torrey Pines, CA May 28, 1943
					after props hit water during low-level flying.  Pilot
					suffered only minor injuries.  The plane is still down there.
				13382 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Palmdale, CA 
				13383 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13384 W/o 13 May 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13386 W/o 26 Apr 1943 en route Balboa to San Satalina Island, CA 
				13387 W/o 8 May 1943 at San Fernando, CA 
				13388 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13389 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Huntington Beach, CA 
				13390 W/o 30 May 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13391 W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Santa Maria, CA; repaired (?); w/o 12 May 1944 at Tubbs Island, CA
				13392 W/o 26 Mar 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13397 W/o 29 Jun 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13398 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AAA at Foggia, Italy Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 714.  Pilot KIA
				13400 (MSN 222-7834) crashed Attu Island Jan 1, 1945 on training mission. Registered to American Veterans Memorial 
					Museum1Sep 11, 1984. Canx Jun 12, 2013. Not recovered by AVMM and remained at crash site
					Recovered Jun 1999, registered as N55929 but NTU.  Restored
					and currently on display at McCloud Memorial Park, Elmendorf
					AFB, Alaska. Also reported 1988 at American Veterans Memorial Museum,
					Denver, CO.
				13402 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down at Foggia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 385.  Pilot KIA
				13403 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf-109G-6 of JG 53/II. near Wiener Neustadt, Austria Jan 7, 1944. Pilot POW. .  MACR 2031
				13404 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in forced landing at Kunming airfield (A-13), Kunming Yunnan, China
					Dec 15, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13405 W/o 30 Oct 1943 at Orange County AAF, CA 
				13407 W/o 17 Apr 1944 in Alaska
				13408 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 in Anking, China area Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6147.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				13410 (49th FS, 14th FG) lost Aug 29, 1943, Italy.  MACR 512
				13411 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Sep 9, 1943, Italy.  MACR 693
				13412 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 521
				13413 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by small arms fire and crashed Catania, Italy Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 410.
					Pilot KIA
				13414 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into a flak tower at Grazzanise, Italy Sep 4, 1943.  MACR 641.
					Pilot KIA
				13415 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 S of Kiukiang Jiangxi, China Oct 30, 1043.  MACR 1054.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture, aided by Chinese Communists who helped him back to friendly lines.
				13416 W/o 15 Apr 1944 at Foggia, Italy
				13419 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in forced landing 1 mi NE of Lecce airfield, Italy Dec 4, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13421 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Fw. Alfred Scharl in Bf 109G-6 of JG53/6
					W of Bolsena, Italy Oct 24, 1943.  Pilot KIA. MACR 1642
				13423 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with Bf 109G-6 near Casa Cantone, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  MACR 498.  Pilot KIA
				13425 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 over Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 455.  Pilot POW.
				13428 crashed on takeoff at Lydda, Palestine Jul 14, 1943.
				13430 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by small arms fire and crashed into sea off Galati, Italy Aug 17, 1943.  
					MACR 412.  Pilot KIA.
				13431 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 42-13243 near Canino, Italy 
					Oct 21, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and returned.  MACR 991
				13433 (71st FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 25, 1943, Foggia, Italy.  MACR 520
				13434 W/o 16 Apr 1943 at Kansas City, MO 
				13435 W/o 4 Jul 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA 
				13438 (82nd FG, HQ) shot down by Oblt Franz Schiess in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/8 2 km W of Grazzanise, Italy
					Aug 26, 1943.  MACR 504.  Pilot POW, later escaped and returned.
				13440 W/o 27 Oct 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA 
				13441 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA 
				13442 W/o 31 Aug 1944 at Sal Sola, Italy
				13443 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop  of JG 77/II Sicily, Italy Jun 20, 1943.  MACR 312
				13445 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13446 W/o 27 Jul 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13447 (14th FG, 49th FS) right engine caught fire and crashed near Nettuno, Italy Jan 20, 1944. Pilot KIA.  MACR 1990
				13450 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Muroc, CA 
				13451 W/o 4 Sep 1944 at Triolo, Italy 
				13452 (14th FG) lsot Mar 30, 1944.  MACR 3692
				13453 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Greenville, CA 
				13457 W/o 10 Feb 1944 at Foggia, Italy
				13458 W/o 31 Aug 1944 at Chico AAF, CA
				13459 W/o 2 Jul 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13460 (1st FG) lost Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 4374
				13463 crashed Saugus, CA Jun 30, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				13464 in midair collision with P-38H 42-66797 Mar 4, 1944 over Camarillo, CA.
					Both pilots parachuted to safety.  Right engine from 42-13464 is on
					display at Commemorative AF Museum at Camarillo Airport in
					Ventura Count.
				13465 (1st FG, 71st FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 and crashed into sea between Ischia Island and Sicily Aug 30, 1943.  
					MACR 499.  Pilot POW.
				13466 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Point Loma, CA 
				13468 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Steubenville, OH; repaired (?); w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13469 W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Carlsbad, CA 
				13470 to Chad
				13472 (82nd FG, 96th FS) nosed over on landing at Lecce, Italy Dec 25, 1943.  Salvaged.
				13474 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13475 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) aircraft modified to two-seater.  Crashed from unknown cause 4 mi NW
					of Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 21, 1944.  Both pilot and passenger were killed.
				13477 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Los Angeles, CA 
				13478 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Lomita, CA 
				13479 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13480 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13481 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13482 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Coso Junction Airport, CA 
				13483 W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13484 W/o 7 Jun 1944 at Concord, CA 
				13485 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13487 (82nd FG, 96th FS) crashed into Adriatic Sea off Vasto,
					Italy in bad weather Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 3177
				13488 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13489 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13490 W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13491 W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13492 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13493 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at McChord Field, WA 
				13494 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Harpers Lake, CA 
				13495 crashed near Littlerock, CA Mar 24, 1944.
				13496 W/o 9 Mar 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13498 W/o 16 Oct 1943 en route Catalina and Newport Beach, CA 
				13499 (1st FG, 27th FS) damaged by a Me-109G-6/Trop of JG 77/II and crashed at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria 
					Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot injured. 
				13500 (339th FS, 18th FG) lost Jul 3, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 199 and 40
				13505 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13506 W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Olympia, WA 
				13507 W/o 15 May 1945 at Tacoma, WA 
				13509 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13510 W/o 11 Feb 1944 at Etiwanda, CA 
				13511 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Oxnard, CA 
				13514 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13515 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13516 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13517 W/o 18 Jun 1944 at Palmdale, CA 
				13519 W/o 31 May 1943 at Avalon, CA 
				13520 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13521 collided in midar with 43-28382 28 mi from Muroc AAB, California Jun 27, 1944.  Both pilots killed.
				13522 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Lomita, CA 
				13523 W/o 5 Jul 1943 at Santa Ana AAB, CA 
				13524 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13525 W/o 5 May 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13526 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13527 W/o 5 Dec 1943 at Santa Maria, CA 
				13528 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Catalina Island, CA 
				13529 W/o 26 Apr 1944 at Newport Beach, CA 
				13530 W/o 2 Dec 1943 at Hunter-Liggett Bomb & Gunnery Range, CA 
				13532 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13533 W/o 4 Jun 1943 at Santa Barbara, CA 
				13534 Conv to TP-38G; w/o 7 Feb 1945 at Love Field, Dallas, TX 
				13535 4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE. 
					Crashed on Fort Delaware, Pea Patch Island, Delaware City, DE 15Dec43 (1KIS). The P-38 had been 
					assigned to the 2nd Ferrying Group for transition training for which the engine turbocharger was 
					not required and been removed. The aircraft was now to be delivered to an operational unit and the turbocharger was refitted
					The pilot requested that he take the plane up for an air test before a good friend of his was going 
					to deliver it. Returning to the airfield and calling for landing instructions, on the downwind leg 
					the turbocharger exploded, hitting the pilot in the head. With a puff of smoke, the plane dove 
					straight down onto the uninhabited Pea Patch Island
				13537 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13538 W/o 3 Aug 1943 at Nashville, TN 
				13539 W/o 28 Jun 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				13541 W/o 14 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				13542 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13543 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13544 W/o 28 Apr 1944 at Alexai, AK 
				13545 W/o 18 Mar 1945 at Casco, AK
				13546 W/o 29 Oct 1943 at Shemya, AK 
				13549 W/o 26 Apr 1944 at Charlie Strip, AK 
				13550 W/o 6 Jul 1945 at Casco Field, AK
				13551 W/o 3 Jul 1945 at Casco Field, AK
				13552 W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Amchitka AAF, AK 
				13554 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13555 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13556 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13557 W/o 7 Apr 1944 at Point Dume, CA 
42-13558		Lockheed P-38K-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1004.  Model 422-85-14 prototype using P-38G-10-LO airframe with P-38J style engine and nacelle.
					installation.	W/o 22 Oct 1945 at Donley, NC 	
42-13559		Lockheed P-38H-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1005.  W/o 30 Oct 1944 at Xenia, OH 
42-13560/13566		Lockheed P-38J-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1006/1012
				13560 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13561 W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Portsmouth, OH 
				13562 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA 
				13564 to F-5C-1-LO
				13565 used winter 1943/4 by Cold Weather Test Detachment at 
					Ladd Field, Fairbanks, AK to provide information on cold weather 
					operation; aircraft fitted with 54 temperature sensors and 
					retractable ski undercarriage.
42-13567		Lockheed C-66 Lodestar
				MSN 18-2148. Civilian Model 18-10 taken over during construction and fitted with
				executive interior.  To RAF as EW980 (ntu).  Transfered to Brazil as FAB 01, later 2008.
				Used as personal aircraft for President Vargas, sold to EEAR
				Oct 2, 1963, scrapped Nov 12, 1971.
42-13568		Brewster XA-32
				Wfu 1945 at Wright Field, OH
42-13569		Brewster XA-32
				Conv to XA-32A; conv to XA-32 again
42-13570		Consolidated XB-36
				Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, Fort Worth, TX. Model 35, later changed to 36, designated XB-36.
				First flight at Fort Worth, TX 8Aug46. Damaged by mechanical failure six miles east of Fort Worth 30Sep46. 
				After takeoff from Fort Worth 26Mar47, as the hydraulic system attempted to raise the right landing gear, 
				the actuator exploded allowing the gear to swing in the slip stream. While burning off fuel, 
				crew members bailed out, leaving the two pilots to attempt a landing back at Fort Worth. 
				Without hydraulics, the flaps could not be extended and the brakes and nose wheel steering were 
				inoperative. On landing, the right landing gear held in place and the aircraft drifted off the 
				left side of the runway. Delivered to USAF Jun48. Participated in a series of tests with 
				Caterpillar tracked landing gear. Taxy tests carried out at Fort Worth early March 1950. 
				First flight with tracked landing gear 29Mar50. WFU 30Jan52. Assigned to the nuclear aircraft 
				development program and used as a mock-up for some aspects of the NB-36H and Convair X-6. 
				External storage at Fort Worth and salvaged. Publicity photograph with the XB-58 Hustler 24 May 1957. 
				Donated to the Carswell AFB fire department to be used as a fire-fighting aid May57. Subsequently scrapped.
42-13571		Consolidated YB-36
				First flight at Fort Worth, TX 4Dec47. Retained by Convair for testing. Damaged 
				landing with mechanical failure at Fort Worth 22May48. May 27, 1948:   Grounded while it had its huge 
				single-wheel main landing gear replaced by four-wheel bogies as with the production models,  Also, 
				the older R-4360-25 engines were replaced with R-4360-61 models.  The plane was then redesignated YB-36A 
				and made its first flight in that configuration in June 1948.  
				Feb 1949:   The first Farrand hemisphere nose site and its associated turret were installed for 
				testing, and during the same time period (ca.March) AN/APG-3 tail radar and associated turret 
				installed for testing. At least two aft sighting stations installed for testing sighting 
				equipment (no turrets installed).  Retained for testing by Convair for almost 2 years.
				Delivered to USAF 31May49. 60th Bombardment Squadron, 
				72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Oct49. Converted Oct50 to RB-36E-5-CF. 
				Equipped with four General Electric J47 turbojet engines that were fitted to the RB-36D. 
				72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III.  
				Donated to AF Museum and put on display in 1957, but scrapped when Museum moved to new
				quarters.  Scrapped aircraft saved by Walter Soplata and was stored on his land in Newbury, Ohio.  
				Believed to have been cut-up in mid-1972.  Fuselage, wings, and two engines
				are believed to be still there.
42-13572/13583		Fairchild UC-61 Forwarder
				MSN 310/321.  To RAF as EV800/EV811.
				13572 (MSN 310) to RAF as Argus II EV800 (HM264 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jan 9, 1945.
				13573 (MSN 311) to RAF as Argus II EV801 (HM265 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				13574 (MSN 312) to RAF as Argus II EV802 (HM266 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Retained as personal aircraft
					for Gen. Duncan, not delivered to RAF.  W/o Aug 7, 1942
					when flew into high ground near Rivington, England Aug 7, 1942
				13575 (MSN 313) to RAF as Argus II EV803 (HM267 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jun 1, 1945.
				13576 (MSN 314) to RAF as Argus II EV804 (HM268 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
				13577 (MSN 315) to RAF as Argus II EV805 (HM269 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Sold to Connors Aircraft Dec 20, 1946.  Transferred to US Field Commissioner,
					London Feb 18, 1947.  Registered CS-ACX to Shand Kydd Ltd, Lisbon in 1947.  Cancelled Jul 9, 1967
					as sold abroad.  Registered CR-LEX
				13578 (MSN 316) to RAF as Argus II EV806 (HM270 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947. Air Depot, Oberpfaffenhofen, Munich, Germany 
					To G-AKJM Oct 8, 1947, cancelled 29Jun59 on export to Australia.  then to VH-AVN and cancelled
				13579 (MSN 317) to RAF as Argus II EV807 (HM271 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jul 14, 1945.
				13580 (MSN 318) to RAF as Argus II EV808 (HM272 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Returned to USAAF Apr 15, 1947.
				13581 (MSN 319) to RAF as Argus II EV809 (HM273 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Aug 28, 1945.
				13582 (MSN 320) to RAF as Argus II EV810 (HM274 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Aug 28, 1945.
				13583 (MSN 321) to RAF as Argus II EV811 (HM275 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Aug 6, 1945.
42-13584/13601		Douglas A-33
				Northrop/Douglas Model 8A-5, MSN 715/750 bought by Norway as an attack bomber for the Royal Norwegian 
					Army Air Service. After the German occupation of Norway they were diverted to the Norwegian 
					flying training centre known as ‘Little Norway’ at Toronto Island, Canada.   Norwegian serials were 
					D-1/D-36, later 301/371 [odd numbers only].   They were considered unsuited for training, Peru offering
					to purchase the 18 survivors.  The State Department objected because of fears that they might be used 
					against Ecuador.  It was proposed that these planes be delivered instead to the Soviet Union under Lend-Lease,
					but both Peru and Norway objected.  Consequently, the USAAF took over owership of these planes Dec 9, 1941.
					under the designation of A-33 and assigned the serials 42-13584/13601.
				13584 (MSN 727) SOC Sept 29, 1944
				13585 (MSN 728) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13586 (MSN 736) SOC Mar 31, 1945.
				13587 (MSN 725) SOC Oct 12, 1944
				13588 (MSN 735) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13589 (MSN 730) condemned June 15, 1942
				13590 (MSN 731) in accident May 1, 1942.  SOC.
				13591 (MSN 732) total loss May 3, 1943
				13592 (MSN 733) in accident Feb 19, 1942.  Total loss May 3, 1943
				13593 (MSN 734) in accident Oct 19, 1942, SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13594 (MSN 718) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13595 (MSN 719) in accident July 26, 1943, SOC Feb 16, 1945
				13596 (MSN 720) in accident Mar 10, 1943, SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13597 (MSN 723) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13598 (MSN 724) in accident Jul 24, 1942.  Condemned Feb 11, 1943
				13599 (MSN 726) in accident Dec 21, 1943.  SOC Oct 2, 1943
				13600 (MSN 729) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13601 (MSN 737) SOC Sept 26, 1944
42-13602		Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman
				MSN 82.  Transferred from the RCAF to the USAAF for service trials to prove the suitability of the Norseman for USAAF service. 
				Was Canadian AF 3538. To USAAF March 24, 1942; Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska; Elmendorf AFB, 
				Anchorage, Alaska March 28, 1942.
42-13603		Northrop XB-35
				MSN 1484.  Converted to ERB-35; wfu and scrapped 2 Feb 1950 
42-13604/13610		Kellett XO-60
				First six became YO-60.
				13604 to CL-26 Oct 17, 1942.  W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Philadelphia, PA
				13605 to reclamation at Robbins AAF, GA Oct 23, 1944
				13606 to reclamation at Robbins AAF, GA Oct 23, 1944
				13607 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 21, 1944.
				13608 to reclamation at Kelly AAF, TX Jul 3, 1945
				13609 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 21, 1944
				13610 (MSN 118)Feb 1943: Construction completed.   1943: TOS USAAF.  By Oct 1944: 4020th AAF Base Unit, Wright Field, Dayton, OH.
					Oct 13, 1944: Landing accident at Bowman Field, KY, due to mechanical failure;   1944 to 1945: Aircraft rebuilt.
					Jul 26, 1945: U.S. Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman AAF, Seymour, IN, for storage. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum.
					May 9, 1946: Aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot, Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, IL. Was dismantled for shipping.
					Ca.1946: National Air Museum, Park Ridge, IL.
					Unknown date: National Air & Space Museum, Paul E. Garber Facility, Silver Hill, MD.
					Ca.1980: National Air & Space Museum, Washington, DC.
					By 1997: Paul E. Garber Facility, Silver Hill, MD.
					By Dec 2004: NASM, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA.
42-13611/13616		Pitcairn YO-61
				Cancelled. Was designed by Pitcairn but was to be built by AGA Aviation
42-13617/13806		Cessna AT-17A
				MSN 2301/2490 To RAF as Crane IA FJ100/FJ289 but NTU.  All directly to Royal Canadian AF. 
				13617/13716 (MSN 2301/2400) RAF Crane 1A FJ100/FJ199 given RCAF serials 8751/8850.
					13617 (MSN 2301) To RAF as FJ100 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8751; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13618 (MSN 2302) To RAF as FJ101 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8752; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13619 (MSN 2303) To RAF as FJ102 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8753; w/o Dec 1943
					13620 (MSN 2304) To RAF as FJ103 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8754; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13621 (MSN 2305) To RAF as FJ104 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8755; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13622 (MSN 2306) To RAF as FJ105 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8756; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-CTT
					13623 (MSN 2307) To RAF as FJ106 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8757; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58906
					13624 (MSN 2308) To RAF as FJ107 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8758; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N5700N
					13625 (MSN 2309) To RAF as FJ108 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8759; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N69087 on 5 Oct 1955; to Mexico on 16 Jan 1956
					13626 (MSN 2310) To RAF as FJ109 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8760; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FQP
					13627 (MSN 2311) To RAF as FJ110 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8761; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13628 (MSN 2312) To RAF as FJ111 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8762; w/o 24 Dec 1942 at Monarch, Canada
					13629 (MSN 2313) To RAF as FJ112 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8763; w/o 4 May 1942 at Claresholm, Canada
					13630 (MSN 2314) To RAF as FJ113 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8764; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13631 (MSN 2315) To RAF as FJ114 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8765; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49486
					13632 (MSN 2317) To RAF as FJ115 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8766; wfu 23 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13633 (MSN 2318) To RAF as FJ116 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8767; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13634 (MSN 2319) To RAF as FJ118 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8769; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13635 (MSN 2320) To RAF as FJ119 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8770; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13637 (MSN 2321) To RAF as FJ120 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8771; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13638 (MSN 2322) To RAF as FJ121 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8772; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13639 (MSN 2323) To RAF as FJ122 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8773; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13640 (MSN 2324) To RAF as FJ123 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8774; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13641 (MSN 2325) To RAF as FJ124 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8775; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13642 (MSN 2326) To RAF as FJ125 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8776; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13643 (MSN 2327) To RAF as FJ126 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8777; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation 
					13644 (MSN 2328) To RAF as FJ127 (ntu), to Royal Canadian AF as 8778, then CF-BTA.  Noted recently in Reynolds 
						Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta
					13645 (MSN 2329) To RAF as FJ128 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8779; w/o Aug 1943
					13646 (MSN 2330) To RAF as FJ129 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8780; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13647 (MSN 2331) To RAF as FJ130 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8781; w/o Sep 1944 at Yorkton, Canada
					13648 (MSN 2332) To RAF as FJ131 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8782; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13649 (MSN 2333) To RAF as FJ132 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8783; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13650 (MSN 2334) To RAF as FJ133 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8784; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49487
					13651 (MSN 2335) To RAF as FJ134 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8785; wfu 17 Apr 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13652 (MSN 2336) To RAF as FJ135 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8786; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13653 (MSN 2337) To RAF as FJ136 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8787; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13654 (MSN 2338) To RAF as FJ137 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8788; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58909
					13655 (MSN 2339) To RAF as FJ138 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8789; w/o 8 Aug 1942 at Yorkton, Canada
					13656 (MSN 2340) To RAF as FJ139 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8790; w/o 15 Sep 1944 at Saskatoon, Canada
					13657 (MSN 2341) To RAF as FJ140 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8791; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GEA.  Now on display at Calgary Aerospace Museum.
					13658 (MSN 2342) To RAF as FJ141 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8792; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13659 (MSN 2343) To RAF as FJ142 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8793; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13660 (MSN 2344) To RAF as FJ143 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8794; wfu 5 Nov1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13661 (MSN 2345) To RAF as FJ144 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8795; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13662 (MSN 2346) To RAF as FJ145 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8796; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13663 (MSN 2347) To RAF as FJ146 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8797 (ntu); w/o before delivery (?)
					13664 (MSN 2348) To RAF as FJ147 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8798; wfu 6 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13665 (MSN 2349) To RAF as FJ148 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8799; wfu 16 Jul 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13666 (MSN 2350) To RAF as FJ149 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8800; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13667 (MSN 2351) To RAF as FJ150 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8801; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13668 (MSN 2352) To RAF as FJ151 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8802; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13669 (MSN 2353) To RAF as FJ152 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8803; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13670 (MSN 2354) To RAF as FJ153 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8804; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13671 (MSN 2355) To RAF as FJ154 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8805; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13672 (MSN 2356) To RAF as FJ155 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8806; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13673 (MSN 2357) To RAF as FJ156 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8807; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13674 (MSN 2358) To RAF as FJ157 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8808; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13675 (MSN 2359) To RAF as FJ158 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8809; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13676 (MSN 2360) To RAF as FJ159 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8810; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13677 (MSN 2361) To RAF as FJ160 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8811; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GEA (confused with 42-13657)
					13678 (MSN 2362) To RAF as FJ161 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8812; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13679 (MSN 2363) To RAF as FJ162 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8813; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13680 (MSN 2364) To RAF as FJ163 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8814; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13681 (MSN 2365) To RAF as FJ164 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8815; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EIK
					13682 (MSN 2366) To RAF as FJ165 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8816; w/o Jun 1944
					13683 (MSN 2367) To RAF as FJ166 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8817; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZZ
					13684 (MSN 2368) To RAF as FJ167 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8818; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13685 (MSN 2369) To RAF as FJ168 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8819; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13686 (MSN 2370) To RAF as FJ169 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8820; wfu 8 Apr 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49485
					13687 (MSN 2371) To RAF as FJ170 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8821; wfu 17 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13688 (MSN 2372) To RAF as FJ171 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8822; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13689 (MSN 2373) To RAF as FJ172 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8823; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N7909A; wfu 1956
					13690 (MSN 2374) To RAF as FJ173 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8824; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13691 (MSN 2375) To RAF as FJ174 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8825; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13692 (MSN 2376) To RAF as FJ175 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8826; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FXY.  By 1955 was CF-FXY of Quebecair Inc.
					13693 (MSN 2377) To RAF as FJ176 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8827; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GGQ
					13694 (MSN 2378) To RAF as FJ177 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8828; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13695 (MSN 2379) To RAF as FJ178 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8829; wfu 4 Sep 1946
					13696 (MSN 2380) To RAF as FJ179 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8830; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13697 (MSN 2381) To RAF as FJ180 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8831; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13698 (MSN 2382) To RAF as FJ181 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8832; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZG
					13699 (MSN 2383) To RAF as FJ182 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8833; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13700 (MSN 2384) To RAF as FJ183 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8834; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GSC
					13701 (MSN 2385) To RAF as FJ184 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8835; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13702 (MSN 2386) To RAF as FJ185 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8836; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13703 (MSN 2387) To RAF as FJ186 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8837; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13704 (MSN 2388) To RAF as FJ187 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8838; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13705 (MSN 2389) To RAF as FJ188 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8839; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13706 (MSN 2390) To RAF as FJ189 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8840; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13707 (MSN 2391) To RAF as FJ190 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8841; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13708 (MSN 2392) To RAF as FJ191 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8842; w/o May 1944
					13709 (MSN 2393) To RAF as FJ192 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8843; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13710 (MSN 2394) To RAF as FJ193 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8844; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13711 (MSN 2395) To RAF as FJ194 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8845; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJO
					13712 (MSN 2396) To RAF as FJ195 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8846; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13713 (MSN 2397) To RAF as FJ196 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8847; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13714 (MSN 2398) To RAF as FJ197 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8848; w/o 17 Aug 1944 at Dauphin, Canada
					13715 (MSN 2399) To RAF as FJ198 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8849; wfu 24 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EQZ
					13716 (MSN 2400) To RAF as FJ199 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8850; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
				13717/13756 (MSN 2401/2440) RAF Crane 1A FJ200/FJ239 for operation by Royal Canadian AF use in Canada under RAF serials
					13717 (MSN 2401) To RAF as FJ200 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ200; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13718 (MSN 2402) To RAF as FJ201 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ201; wfu 5 Feb 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13719 (MSN 2403) To RAF as FJ202 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ202; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13720 (MSN 2404) To RAF as FJ203 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ203; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GMP
					13721 (MSN 2405) To RAF as FJ204 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ204; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13722 (MSN 2406) To RAF as FJ205 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ205; wfu 20 Jul 1944
					13723 (MSN 2407) To RAF as FJ206 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ206; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13724 (MSN 2408) To RAF as FJ207 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ207; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZA
					13725 (MSN 2409) To RAF as FJ208 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ208; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13726 (MSN 2410) To RAF as FJ209 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ209; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58908
					13727 (MSN 2411) To RAF as FJ210 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ210; w/o 13 Jan 1945 at Dauphn, Canada
					13728 (MSN 2412) To RAF as FJ211 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ211; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13729 (MSN 2413) To RAF as FJ212 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ212; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13730 (MSN 2414) To RAF as FJ213 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ213; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13731 (MSN 2415) To RAF as FJ214 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ214; w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Saskatoon, Canada
					13732 (MSN 2416) To RAF as FJ215 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ215; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13733 (MSN 2417) To RAF as FJ216 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ216; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13734 (MSN 2418) To RAF as FJ217 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ217; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13735 (MSN 2419) To RAF as FJ218 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ218; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13736 (MSN 2420) To RAF as FJ219 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ219; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13737 (MSN 2421) To RAF as FJ220 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ220; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13738 (MSN 2422) To RAF as FJ221 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ221; wfu 22 Jun 1944
					13739 (MSN 2423) To RAF as FJ222 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ222; wfu 12 Nov 1943
					13740 (MSN 2424) To RAF as FJ223 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ223; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13741 (MSN 2425) To RAF as FJ224 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ224; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJP
					13742 (MSN 2426) To RAF as FJ225 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ225; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJQ; to N65677
					13743 (MSN 2427) To RAF as FJ226 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ226; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13744 (MSN 2428) To RAF as FJ227 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ227; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FDR
					13745 (MSN 2429) To RAF as FJ228 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ228; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58912
					13746 (MSN 2430) To RAF as FJ229 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ229; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N68176
					13747 (MSN 2431) To RAF as FJ230 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ230; w/o 25 Sep 1944 at Brandon, Canada
					13748 (MSN 2432) To RAF as FJ231 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ231; wfu 5 Feb 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13749 (MSN 2433) To RAF as FJ232 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ232; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13750 (MSN 2434) To RAF as FJ233 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ233; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13751 (MSN 2435) To RAF as FJ234 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ234; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FDS
					13752 (MSN 2436) To RAF as FJ235 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ235; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GDF
					13753 (MSN 2437) To RAF as FJ236 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ236; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-DJP
					13754 (MSN 2438) To RAF as FJ237 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ237; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13755 (MSN 2439) To RAF as FJ238 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ238; w/o 7 Apr 1943 at Brandon, Canada
					13756 (MSN 2440) To RAF as FJ239 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ239; w/o 14 Feb 1945 at St. Thomas, Canada
				13757/13764 (MSN 2441/2448) RAF FJ240/FJ247) cancelled.  To Pan American at Miami as 42-13757/13764 to
					train ferry pilots for the South Atlantic ferry route.
				13765/13806 (MSN 2449/2490) RAF Crane 1A FJ248/FJ289 for use by Royal Canadian AF under RAF serials
					13765 (MSN 2449) To RAF as FJ248 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ248; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EIJ
					13766 (MSN 2450) To RAF as FJ249 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ249; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13767 (MSN 2451) To RAF as FJ250 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ250; wfu 27 May 1943 as instructional airframe
					13768 (MSN 2452) To RAF as FJ251 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ251; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49369
					13769 (MSN 2453) To RAF as FJ252 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ252; w/o 25 Jul 1943 at Sutherland, Canada
					13770 (MSN 2454) To RAF as FJ253 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ253; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13771 (MSN 2455) To RAF as FJ254 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ254; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13772 (MSN 2456) To RAF as FJ255 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ255; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13773 (MSN 2457) To RAF as FJ256 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ256; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13774 (MSN 2458) To RAF as FJ257 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ257; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13775 (MSN 2459) To RAF as FJ258 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ258; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13776 (MSN 2460) To RAF as FJ259 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ259; wfu 12 Jun 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-DIC
					13777 (MSN 2461) To RAF as FJ260 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ260; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13778 (MSN 2462) To RAF as FJ261 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ261; w/o 15 Sep 1942 at Brandon, Canada
					13779 (MSN 2463) To RAF as FJ262 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ262; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13780 (MSN 2464) To RAF as FJ263 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ263; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13781 (MSN 2465) To RAF as FJ264 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ264; wfu 30 Mar 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13782 (MSN 2466) To RAF as FJ265 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ265; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FOR
					13783 (MSN 2467) To RAF as FJ266 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ266; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13784 (MSN 2468) To RAF as FJ267 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ267; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13785 (MSN 2469) To RAF as FJ268 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ268; wfu 18 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N7912A
					13786 (MSN 2470) To RAF as FJ269 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ269; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13787 (MSN 2471) To RAF as FJ270 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ270; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13788 (MSN 2472) to RAF as FJ271 (ntu), to Royal Canadian AF as FJ271.  wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation;
						Registered CF-GET.  Registered as T-50 NC68779, N68779.  WFU Jun 28, 1976.  Sale reported Jan 14, 1977, 
						registration cancelled.
					13789 (MSN 2473) To RAF as FJ272 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ272; w/o 10 Jan 1943 at Yorkton, Canada
					13790 (MSN 2474) To RAF as FJ273 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ273; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-ESW
					13791 (MSN 2475) To RAF as FJ274 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ274; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13792 (MSN 2476) To RAF as FJ275 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ275; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13793 (MSN 2477) To RAF as FJ276 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ276; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13794 (MSN 2478) To RAF as FJ277 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ277; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N53388
					13795 (MSN 2479) To RAF as FJ278 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ278; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13796 (MSN 2480) To RAF as FJ279 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ279; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13797 (MSN 2481) To RAF as FJ280 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ280; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13798 (MSN 2482) To RAF as FJ281 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ281; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13799 (MSN 2483) To RAF as FJ282 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ282; w/o 13 Feb 19943 at Vulcan, Canada
					13800 (MSN 2484) To RAF as FJ283 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ283; w/o 1942 at Vulcan, Canada
					13801 (MSN 2485) To RAF as FJ284 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ284; wfu 16 Jul 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13802 (MSN 2486) To RAF as FJ285 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ285; w/o Apr 1944 at Pearce, Canada
					13803 (MSN 2487) To RAF as FJ286 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ286; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N53387
					13804 (MSN 2488) To RAF as FJ287 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ287; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13805 (MSN 2489) To RAF as FJ288 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ288; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13806 (MSN 2490) To RAF as FJ289 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ289; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GGR
42-13807/13866		Cessna AT-17C
				MSN 2491/2550.  To Royal Canadian AF under Lend-Lease, initially with RAF serials FJ290/FJ349. Order deferred 18Apr42 due 
					to reduced training requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				13815 (MSN 2499) To RAF as FJ298 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13816 (MSN 2500) To RAF as FJ299 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 5 May 1944 at Fort Summer AAF, NM 
				13817 (MSN 2501) To RAF as FJ300 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Yuma AAF 
				13818 (MSN 2502) To RAF as FJ301 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13822 (MSN 2506) To RAF as FJ305 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 4 Apr 1944 at Clovis AAF, NM 
				13832 (MSN 2516) To RAF as FJ315 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Feb 1943 at Roswell AFS, NM 
				13835 (MSN 2519) To RAF as FJ318 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 2 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13837 (MSN 2521) To RAF as FJ320 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Apr 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				13838 (MSN 2522) To RAF as FJ321 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Dec 1942 at Roswell Muni Airport, NM 
				13853 (MSN 2537) To RAF as FJ336 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 May 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ 
				13861 (MSN 2545) To RAF as FJ344 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 1 Sep 1942 at Roswell, NM 
42-13867/13899		Cessna AT-17A
				MSN 2551/2583.  To Royal Canadian AF under Lend-Lease, initially with RAF serials FJ350/FJ382.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due 
					to reduced training requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				13884 (MSN 2568) To RAF as FJ367 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				13887 (MSN 2571) To RAF as FJ370 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				13893 (MSN 2577) To RAF as FJ376 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 12 Oct 1943 at Modesto, CA 
				13896 (MSN 2580) To RAF as FJ379 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Yuma AAF, AZ 
42-13900/14030		Cessna AT-17C
				MSN 2584/2714.  Redesignated UC-78C after delivery.  To Royal Canadian AF under
					Lend-lease, initially with RAF serials FJ383/FJ513.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due to reduced 
					training requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				13901 (MSN 2585) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ384 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 6 Apr 1943 at Altus AAF, OK 
				13906 (MSN 2590) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ389 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 27 Aug 1943 at Sweetwater, TX 
				13911 (MSN 2595) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ394 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 Jan 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13920 (MSN 2604) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ403 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Waco AAAF #1, TX 
				13932 (MSN 2616) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ415 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 2 Jan 1944 at Ft Sumner AAF, NM 
				13947 (MSN 2631) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ430 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Dec 1943 at Temple, TX 
				13948 (MSN 2632) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ431 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Jun 1943 at Yoakum, TX 
				13952 (MSN 2636) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ435 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Yeso, NM 
				13968 (MSN 2652) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ451 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Jul 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				13971 (MSN 2655) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ454 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Apr 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13978 (MSN 2662) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ461 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13982 (MSN 2666) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ465 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Elgin, OK 
				13985 (MSN 2669) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ468 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 16 Nov 1944 at Lutesville, MO 
				13986 (MSN 2670) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ469 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 22 Apr 1944 at Frederick, OK 
				13988 (MSN 2672) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ471 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 27 Jun 1944 at Lubbock South AAAF, TX 
				13992 (MSN 2676) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ475 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 1 Jun 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				13995 (MSN 2679) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ478 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Mar 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13997 (MSN 2681) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ480 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 14 Feb 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				14008 (MSN 2692) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ491 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Oct 1944 at Granite, OK 
				14015 (MSN 2699) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ498 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Apr 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				14025 (MSN 2709) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ508 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Nov 1943 at Shamrock, TX 
				14029 (MSN 2713) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ512 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 Apr 1943 at Marfa AAF, TX 
42-14031/14166		Cessna UC-78C Bobcat
				MSN 2715/2850.  Originally designated AT-17D.  To Royal Canadian AF under Lend-Lease,
					initially with RAF serials FJ514/FJ649.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due to reduced training 
					requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				14043 (MSN 2727) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ526 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 17 Oct 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				14051 (MSN 2735) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ534 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 7 Oct 1944 at Memphis, TN 
				14056 (MSN 2740) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ539 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 17 Oct 1943 at Ryan AAAF, TX
				14057 (MSN 2741) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ540 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Apr 1943 at Marion Field, TX 
				14060 (MSN 2744) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ543 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 13 Aug 1943 at Randolph Field, TX 
				14064 (MSN 2748) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ547 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Abilene, TX 
				14067 (MSN 2751) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ550 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					wfu; registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-BAA, 1953 registration cancelled
				14071 (MSN 2755) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ554 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Marfa, TX 
				14072 (MSN 2756) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ555 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Jan 1944 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				14073 (MSN 2757) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ556 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 28 Jun 1944 at Marfa, TX 
				14076	364th FG, 384th FS; code 5Y-W.	Punkin II	
				14078 (MSN 2762) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ561 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Oct 1943 at Avenger Field, TX 
				14079 (MSN 2763) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ562 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Aug 1943 at Fairview, TX 
				14082 (MSN 2766) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ565 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Mar 1944 at 50 miles from Fort Worth, TX 
				14084 (MSN 2768) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ567 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Jul 1943 at Birmingham AB, AL 
				14089 (MSN 2773) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ572 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Argon AAAF, TX 
				14097 (MSN 2781) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ580 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Apr 1944 at Chattanooga, OK 
				14112 (MSN 2796) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ595 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Sep 1943 at Creede, CO
				14113 (MSN 2797) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ596 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Oct 1943 at Waco AAF, TX
				14115 (MSN 2799) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ598 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Jun 1944 at Altus AAF, OK 
				14122 (MSN 2806) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ605 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Jun 1944 at Douglas AAAF #1, AZ   
				14126 (MSN 2810) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ609 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					wfu; to civil registry as HC-AAE
				14133 (MSN 2817) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ616 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Mar 1944 at Lubbock North AAAF, TX 
				14134 (MSN 2818) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				14135 (MSN 2819) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ618 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 20 Jun 1943 at West Auxiliary Field, TX 
				14140 (MSN 2824) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				14147 (MSN 2831) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ630 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Davenport AAAF, TX 
				14150 (MSN 2834) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ633 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
42-14167/14221		Martin A-30A-MA
				Cancelled contract
42-14222/14236		Lockheed B-34A-LO
				Cancelled contract
42-14237/14296		Lockheed P-322 Lightning
				P-38s for RAF under Lend Lease.  Contract cancelled. 
42-14261/14274		Curtiss P-40G
				Rebuilds of P-40.  Serial numbers reasssigned from cancelled P-322 batch
				14261 was P-40 rebuilt.  Serial reassigned from cancelled P-322 batch.
					To ground instructional airframe at Buckley Field, CO Nov 11, 1942.
					Scrapped at Buckley Field, CO Nov 13, 1945.
				14262 remanuf from P-40 serial 40-338; wfu 13 Nov 1945
				14263 remanuf from P-40; w/o 10 Nov 1942 at Andalusia, AL
				14264 remanuf from P-40; w/o 31 Mar 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
				14269 was formerly 39-182. To ground instructional airframe
					Mar 20, 1942, back in service Apr 4, 1942, finally to ground
					instructional airframe Mar 20, 1943.  No reference to RAF
					at all.
				14270 remanuf from P-40; w/o 19 Mar 1942 at Myrtle Beach, CA
				14272 w/o at Tuskegee, Alabama Dec 31, 1942.
				14274 remanuf from P-40; w/o 2 May 1942 at Carlisle, SC 
42-14277/14278		Curtiss P-40G 
				Rebuilds of P-40.  Serials reassigned from cancelled P-322 batch
				14277 w/o 31 Dec 1942 at Craig Field, AL 
				14278 w/o 19 Feb 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
42-14281		Curtiss P-40G
				Rebuild of P-40.  Serial reassigned from cancelled P-322 batch.  W/o 14 May 1943 at Moore Field, TX.
42-14297/14298		Douglas C-68-DO
				DC-3A-414 airliners impressed on the production line by USAAF.
				14297 (MSN 4173) ex-NC30004 (not delivered).  To USAAF Dec 31, 1941 - Operated by PAA Jan 11, 1942. 
					To RAF (India) as LR230 Apr 01, 1942 - 31 Sqdn *D* Apr 19, 1942 - Destroyed by 
					Japanese attack, Myitkyina, Burma May 06, 1942
				14298 (MSN 4174) ex-NC30005 (not delivered).  To USAAF Dec 31, 1941 - Operated by PAA Jan 11, 1942 - 
					8th AF, UK Mar 12, 1942 to Jan 31, 1944 - USA - To RFC Sep 17, 1945.
					To civil registry as NC20752 (Delta Air Lines Sep 26, 1945 to ?), then N777L Lakeport Leasing Co, XB-GEL
					Rapid Ice Freezing Co.  N10315, N9089R (various owners/operators) and AW-AWT (LANICA Jan 18, 1965). 
					WFU Tegucigalpa Apr 1982.
42-14299/14498		Fairchild PT-26-FA
				MSN T42-4000/4199.  To RAF as Cornell I FH651/FH850.  Most directly to RCAF.  RCAF serials same as RAF serials.
				14299 (FH651) retained in USA at Wright Field.  US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. 
					Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, 
					Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.Was selected as a potential exhibit for the National Air Museum but 
					scrapped when the museum’s store at Park Ridge, Chicago was required for other purposes during the Korean War.
				14300/14328 (FH652/FH680) to RCAF
				14329 (FH681) crashed in USA before delivery at Hagerstown, MD.
				14330/14357 (FH682/FH709) to RCAF
				14358/14362 (FH710/FH714) to Royal Norwegian AF for use in their flight training base in Canada (known as "Little Norway"
				14358	T42-4059	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH710 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 177. 	
					Named ‘El Gaucho IV’. Financed by Norwegians in Argentina and Uruguay as a gift to King Haakon IV.
				14359	T42-4060	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH711 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 173. 	
					Named ‘Sweden I’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, Swedish-American Drive.
				14360	T42-4061	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH712 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 175. 	
					Named ‘Sweden I’. Financed by ‘Spirit of Little Norway’.
				14361	T42-4062	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH713 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 181. 	
					Named ‘Mexico I’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, from Alberto J. Gundersen & Cia.  Various sources show aircraft as going 
					to RAF/RCAF as FH768 then becoming N9606H, but doubtful and probably misconstruction
					of N9606H's recorded MSN of T43-4361 (see 42-14416).
					Believed history previously shown for this aircraft is in fact that of 42-15491, or maybe that current a/c is composite.
				14362	T42-4063	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH714 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 179. 	
					Named ‘Denmark I’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, Danish-Americans. 
				14363/14413 (FH715/FH765) to RCAF
				14414/14418 (FH766/FH770) to Royal Norwegian AF for use in their flight training base in Canada
					known as "Little Norway"
				14415	T42-4116	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH767 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 183. 	
					Named ‘State of New York’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, Americans in New York.
				14416	T42-4117	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH768 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 187. 	
					Named ‘State of Washington’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, Americans in Washington.
					Later L-CB.  Registered LF-BFN Sep 4, 1956.  Crashed Sep 12, 1956.
				14417	T42-4118	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH769 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 191. 	
					Named ‘Sweden II’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, Swedish-American Drive.
				14418	T42-4119	Lend-Lease to RAF as FH770 [ntu]. 	Transferred to Royal Norwegian Air Force at 'Little Norway', Toronto as 193. 	
					Named ‘Illinois’. Financed by ‘Wings for Norway’, Americans in Illinious.						
				14419/14426 (FH771/FH778) to RCAF
					14426 to Canada as FH778.  Surplused in 1946.  On civil registry as N69732, currently
					under restoration.
				14427 (FH779) crashed in USA before delivery Oct 6, 1942 at Benesett, PA
				14428/14498 (FH780/FH850) to RCAF
					14477 (MSN T42-4178) to RCAF as FH829.  By Mar 20, 1947 was on US civil registry as NC68216.	
					14490 (MSN T42-4191) Current 2020 in US civil register as N58749 					
42-14499/14500		Contract cancelled
42-14501		Grumman OA-13A
				Contract cancelled
42-14502/14701		North American B-29 Superfortress
				Contract cancelled.  Boeing B-29 to have been built under licence by North American Aviation Company
42-14702/14704		Schweizer XTG-3
				Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-12 two seat training glider. Procured by USAAF 13Oct41
				14702	(MSN 1)
				14703	(MSN 2) Registered as N67812; cancelled 13Sep95. Destroyed after the pilot lost control when the 
					glider was hit by a gust of wind and went into a spin at Waialua, Hawaii 12Aug71.
				14704	(MSN 3)
42-14705/14707		Laister-Kauffman XTG-4
				Laister-Kauffmann Aircraft Corporation Model LK-10A Yankee Doodle 2 tandem-seat training glider. 
					Prototypes, designated by USAAC as XTG-4A-LK.
				14705	(MSN 1) Flight Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Force landed under tow eight miles west of 
					McHenry, MS 6Sep42.
				14706	(MSN 2) Registered as N2040; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 8Aug12.
				14707	(MSN 3) Registered as N65938; cancelled 3Feb72.
42-14708/14712		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
42-14713/14797		Aeronca O-58B Grasshopper
				Redesignated L-3B in 1942
				14713 (MSN C3172TA) Assignment terminated 27Sep44
				14714 (MSN C3182TA) w/o 2 Feb 1943 at 6 miles east & 3 miles south of Laurel, MS
				14715 (MSN C3192TA) to NC47945, N47945, cancelled 23Jan50
				14716 (MSN C3202TA) to NC47819, N47819, evidently dbf, cancelled 25Jul56
					(MSN 058B5242) on civil registry as N47751 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, 
					Hood River, Oregon
				14717 (MSN C3212TA) Assignment terminated, date unknown
				14718 (MSN C3222TA) to NC50649, N50649, cancelled 28Nov55
				14719 (MSN C3232TA)  damaged 26 Sep 1942 at Cyprus, TX. To NC47859, N47859, stolen, cancelled 22Jul74
					14720 (MSN C3242TA) to NC48712, N48712, cancelled 21Nov55
				14721 (MSN C3252TA) damaged 30 Sep 1942 at Colorado Springs AB, CO. To NC64267, N64267, cancelled 24Oct55
				14722 (MSN C3262TA)  w/o 26 Oct 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				14723 (MSN C3272TA), NC47812, N47812, cancelled 18Nov55
					14724 (MSN C3282TA), NC47123, N47123, cancelled 29Jun51
					14725 (MSN C3292TA)  damaged 13 Jun 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO. Ferried to Cimarron Field, Yukon, OK 
						01Sep44. Assignment terminated 30Sep44, to RFC
				14726 (MSN C3302TA) w/o 6 Oct 1943 6 miles west northwest of Brownwood AAF, TX
				14727 (MSN C3312TA), to NC47815, cancelled 03Feb49
				14728 (MSN C3322TA) w/o 12 Sep 1943 3 miles north of Greenville, AL
				14729 (MSN C3332TA) w/o 11 Oct 1942 10 miles east of Colorado Springs, CO
				14730 (MSN C3342TA) w/o 16 Oct 1942 at Biggs Field, TX 
				14731 (MSN C3352TA), to NC47821, N47821, cancelled 07Aug12
				14732 (MSN C3362TA), to NC47835, cancelled12Mar51
				14733 (MSN C3372TA), Assignment terminated 01Oct43
				14734 (MSN C3382TA), Assignment terminated 22Jun43
				14735 (MSN C3392TA) w/o 15 Aug 1942 12 miles southwest of Colorado Springs AB, CO
				14736 (MSN C3402TA), to NC47820, cancelled 17Oct47
				14737 (MSN C3412TA), to NC54658, N54658, cancelled 02Jul70
					14738 (MSN C3422TA) damaged 9 Jun 1944 at Cotton Field, 7 miles west of Rome, Georgia Rome, GA.
					To NC52322, cancelled 13Jul51
				14739 (MSN C3432TA) dbr 21May43, 5 miles east of Colfax, LA
				14740 (MSN C3442TA), to NC48713, N48713, cancelled 21Nov55
				14741 (MSN C3452TA), Assignment terminated 01Oct43
				14742 (MSN C3462TA), to NC46540, N46540, cancelled 10Oct55
				14743 (MSN C3472TA), to NC47823, N47823, N84AH & current
				14744 (MSN C3482TA) w/o 28 Jun 1943 at 7 miles west of Coffeyville, KS
				14745 (MSN C3492TA), to NC46594, N46594, cancelled 18Nov55
				14746 (MSN C3502TA) w/o 20 Aug 1943 at 3 miles west of Rosepine, LA
				14747 (MSN C3512TA) w/o 24 Oct 1943 1 mile west of May, TX  
				14748 (MSN C3522TA), to NC47818, cancelled 14Jan49
				14749 (MSN C3532TA), to NC47813, N47813, cancelled 13Dec12
				14750 (MSN C3542TA), to NC47814, N47814, cancelled 03May51
				14751 (MSN C3552TA), Assignment terminated 06Nov43
				14752 (MSN C3562TA), Assignment terminated 16Aug44
				14753 (MSN C3572TA), to NC48969, dbf 14Jul45, Tulare, CA, cancelled 14Sep45
				14754 (MSN C3582TA)  w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Colorado Springs AB, CO 
					14755 (MSN C3592TA), to NC47816, N47816, cancelled 12May53, exported to Mexico
					Was bought 21Oct52 by Alejandro Cardenas Carranza, Colonia del Valle, Mexico City, Distrito Federal
				14756 (MSN C3602TA), Assignment terminated 01Oct43
				14757 (MSN C3612TA), to NC50612, N50612, cancelled 01Apr55
				14758 (MSN C3622TA) damaged 08Mar43, Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS, Awaiting survey San Bernardino AAF 18Jul43
				14759 (MSN C3632TA), to NC53669, cancelled 16Jun48
				14760 (MSN C3642TA)  w/o 30 Jun 1943 in California
				14761 (MSN C3652TA), to NC50613, N50613, cancelled 21Mar13
				14762 (MSN C3662TA)  w/o 30 Dec 1942 at Milford, KS 
				14763 (MSN C3672TA), to NC52319, cancelled 11Feb48
				14764 (MSN C3682TA) damaged 23 May 1943 at Dunnellon, FL. To NC46623, N46623, cancelled 21Feb55
				14765 (MSN C3692TA), to NC47817, N47817, cancelled 23Apr74
				14766 (MSN C3702TA). Registered in error as NC45314,which was an O-58B, s/n O58B3702, 42-38477, Mfd 27Jun42
				14767 (MSN C3712TA), to NC46609, N46609 & current
				14768 (MSN C3722TA), to NC47235, N47235, cancelled 24Jun70
				14769 (MSN C3732TA) w/o 19 Aug 1942 at Fort Riley Reservation, KS '
				14770 (MSN C3742TA), to NC47168, N47168 & current
				14771 (MSN C3752TA)  w/o 2 Jul 1943 at Dunnellon AAF, FL 
				14772 (MSN C3762TA), to NC52318, N52318, w/o 31Aug57, location not known, cancelled 31Mar58
				14773 (MSN C3772TA), to NC52317, N52317, N4209K & current
				14774 (MSN C3782TA), dbr 24Aug42, 2 miles south of Fort Riley, Marshall Field, KS. Assignment terminated 11Apr44
				14775 (MSN C3792TA), to NC47822, N47822, cancelled 29Jun70 (Possibly dbr 13Oct57, location not known
				14776 (MSN C3802TA), to NC47445, cancelled 18Nov55
				14777 (MSN C3812TA), to NC46528, N46528, cancelled 31Dec70
				14778 (MSN C3822TA), to NC46682, cancelled 16Aug50
				14779 (MSN C3832TA), to N4779T (not taken up), cancelled 02Feb71 “Never registered, correspondence returned"
				14780 (MSN C3842TA), to NC46534, N46534, cancelled 18Nov55
				14781 (MSN C3852TA), to NC46605, N46605, w/o 22Nov68, Gallatin Airport, Lafayette, TN, cancelled 07Oct70
				14782 (MSN C3862TA), dbr 26Nov43, Lawson Field, GA. Assignment terminated 17Dec45
				14783 (MSN C3872TA), to NC46515, N46515 ¤t
				14784 (MSN C3882TA), to NC46539, cancelled
				14785 (MSN C3892TA)  w/o 12 Jan 1943 at Fort Benning, GA 
				14786 (MSN C3902TA), to NC48347, cancelled 02Dec48. Possibly w/o, late 1945
				14787 (MSN C3912TA) w/o 12 Apr 1944 at Ft Benning, GA 
				14788 (MSN C3922TA), to NC52321, N52321, cancelled 29Nov55
				14789 (MSN C3932TA), to NC46684, N46684, cancelled 18Nov55
				14790 (MSN C3942TA), to NC46676, N46676, cancelled 18Nov55
				14791 (MSN C3952TA)  damaged 2 Nov 1942 at Okmulgee, OK. w/o 09Aug43, Aux Field No. 3, Bowman Field, KY 
				14792 (MSN C3962TA) w/o 26 Jan 1943 at 13 miles west & 2 miles south of Okmulgee, OK
				14793 (MSN C3972TA) to NC48471, N48471, cancelled 15Nov55
				14794 (MSN C3982TA) to NC46124, N46124 & current
				14795 (MSN C3992TA) to NC48348, N48348, cancelled 27Oct55
				14796 (MSN C4002TA) dbr 05Sep42, Jacksonville, FL by a falling hangar door during a windstorm
				14797 (MSN C4012TA) w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Maysville, NC  
42-14798/15072		Stinson O-62-ST Sentinel
				Initially ordered as O-62, but designation changed before delivery to L-5 in 1942.
				14798 (MSN 76-1) US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for proposed 
					USAAF aviation museum. Dismantled and shipped to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place 
					Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.  .Seen at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA Dec 2005.
				14800 (MSN 76-3) w/o 20 Sep 1944 at Zephyrhills, FL; repaired (?); Current as N61578
				14803 (MSN 76-6) w/o 20 May 1943 at Norene, TN 
				14805 (MSN 76-8) w/o 10 Apr 1945 at Dillon, SC  
				14807 (MSN 76-10) w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Laurel Fork, VA 
				14809 (MSN 76-12) w/o 31 Jan 1943 at Pope Field, NC 
				14810 (MSN 76-13) w/o 11 Jan 1943 at Nashville, TN 
				14811 (MSN 76-14) w/o 1 Dec 1943 at Merritts Bridge, SC 
				14814 (MSN 76-17) to N69083; current 2011.  Cancelled Nov 14, 2014
				14815 (MSN 76-18) w/o 24 Feb 1943 at Kenbridge, VA 
				14816 (MSN 76-19) w/o 23 Sep 1943 at Eglin Field, FL 
				14821 (MSN 76-24) w/o 22 Feb 1943 at Keystone Hgts AAF, FL
				14824 (MSN 76-27)  w/o 4 Jan 1944 at Aiken, SC 
				14825 (MSN 76-28) w/o 1 Dec 1943 at Merritts Bridge, SC 
				14827 (MSN 76-30) w/o 22 Jun 1944 at Sylvania AAF, GA 
				14830 (MSN 76-33) w/o 17 Jun 1944 at Williston, FL 
				14835 (MSN 76-38, AB-01) registered as N8224P Sep 24, 2003.
				14837 (MSN 76-40) w/o 27 Sep 1943 at Moorsville, NC 
				14842 to N9806F
				14843 (MSN 76-46) wfu; to N64662; current 2011
				14844 (MSN 76-47) wfu; to N5725C; current 2011
				14846 (MSN 76-49) w/o 1 Jun 1944 at Method, NC
				14847 (MSN 76-50) wfu; to CF-STC; to N255DB; current 2011
				14849 (MSN 76-52) w/o 3 Aug 1944 at Camp Hood, TX 
				14850 (MSN 76-53) w/o 22 Feb 1944 at Fishville, LA 
				14854 (MSN 76-57) Accepted by USAAF 28Feb43. Delivered to Alamo, San Antonio, TX 4Mar43. 
					Waco Field, TX 4Jul43. Temple Field, TX. 163rd Liaison Squadron, Camp Hood, Killeen, TX. 
					Damaged while parked by Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-22334 taking off from NAS New Orleans, 
					LA 18Aug44. Squadron A, 360th Base Unit, Brownwood Field, TX. Accident landing two miles 
					north of Rising Station, TX 3Apr45. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Hatbox Field,
					Muskogee, OK 13Dec45. Spartan Aircraft Company, Tulsa, OK. Registered as NC62451; 
					cancelled 18Jan71 on export to Canada. Registration CF-ZMW assigned 22Sep70. 
					Registered 2Jul75 as CF-ZMW. Reregistered 8Jul83 as C-FZMW; cancelled 4Dec95. 
					Registered 19Sep96 as N62451; current [Jan21].
				14855 (MSN 76-58) w/o 20 Nov 1944 at Kileen, TX; repaired; wfu; to N9836F 
				14856 (MSN 76-59) w/o 28 Apr 1943 at Socorro, TX 
				14857 (MSN 76-60) w/o 29 May 1947 at Loch Lynn, MD
				14860 (MSN 76-63) Accepted by USAAF Feb43. Temple Field, TX. Acccident at Camp Hood, 
					Killeen, TX 21May43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK. 
					Spartan Aircraft Company, Tulsa, OK. Registered as NC62452. Keener Feed Mill, Ector, TX. 
					Crashed and destroyed during aerial application fertilizing crops when the engine lost
					 power caused by fuel contamination en route to a swathe run and collided with trees 
					during the forced landing near Bonham, TX 5Mar68 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 17Jun68
				14863 (MSN 76-66) wfu; to CF-VPW
				14868 (MSN 76-71) w/o 7 Jul 1946 at San Francisco Bay , CA  
				14870 (MSN 76-73) to US Coast Guard Sep 18, 1948 as 4870
				14871 (MSN 76-74) w/o 7 Apr 1943 at Bay Springs, MS 
				14873 (MSN 76-76) w/o 24 Feb 1944 at Godman Field, KY 
				14874 (MSN 76-77) w/o 27 Jan 1945 at Wildwood, FL 
				14878 (MSN 76-81) w/o 29 Apr 1945 at Deming AAF, NM 
				14879 (MSN 76-82) w/o 22 Jan 1945 at Esler Field, LA 
				14880 (MSN 76-83) wfu; to N56851; current 2011
				14884 (MSN 76-87) w/o 10 Dec 1943 at Ross Field, MI 
				14886 (MSN 76-89) on civil registry as N52777.  Seen at Oshkosh Jul 28, 2017.
				14888 (MSN 76-91) wfu; to N60190; current 2011
				14891 (MSN 76-94) w/o 5 Aug 1943 at Lamesa Field, TX 
				14893 (MSN 76-96) to N63487
				14894 (MSN 76-97) w/o 5 Oct 1943 at Lamesa, TX 
				14895 (MSN 76-98) w/o 26 Mar 1943 at Stinson Field, MI 
				14896 (MSN 76-99) Accepted by USAAF Mar43. 360th Base Unit, Brownwood Field, TX. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure taking off from Brownwood Field 27Mar45. 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK. Spartan Aircraft 
					Company, Tulsa, OK. Registered as NC62450; cancelled 26Sep60
				14898 (MSN 76-101) w/o 26 Oct 1943 at Rickman, TX 
				14900 (MSN 76-103) w/o 1 Sep 1945 at Portland AAF, OR 
				14904 (MSN 76-107) w/o 3 Aug 1944 at Meuse, NC 
				14908 (MSN 76-111) w/o 20 Oct 1943 at Donelson, TN 
				14910 (MSN 76-113) w/o 25 Sep 1943 at Bairds Mill, TN 
				14912 (MSN 76-115) w/o 13 May 1943 at Camp MacKall, NC 
				14913 (MSN 76-116) wfu; to N7617B; to CF-YFE.  Flying as C-FYGE 
				14914 (MSN 76-117, 1120) 3/31/43: TOS USAAF. Aircraft remained stateside during WWII.
					By 1945: 553rd Base Unit, Bradley Field, CT.
					Jul 2, 1945: Damaged due to ground loop at Bradley Field, CT.
					By 7/57: Unknown owner with c/r N55440.
					By 1970: Painted yellow with RAF insignia.
					By 1988: Unknown owner with c/r N4914.
					Ca.1988: Restored: Painted and marked as “Swamp Angel,” with the 25th Liaison Squadron, 71st Recon Group, 5th Air Force that operated out of New Guinea in 1944.
					Oct 24, 1991: Darrell C. Eastman, Novato, CA with c/r N4914.
					Jun 15, 2007: Gregory L. Brubaker, Layton, UT. Based with Commemorative Air Force—Utah Wing, Heber City, UT
					Jan 1, 2016: Elton R. Russell, Torrance, CA.  Jan 8, 2018: C/r N4914 cancelled.  Jun 22, 2018: Gregory L. Brubaker, Layton, UT.
				14916 (MSN 76-119) w/o 26 Aug 1943 at Pollock AB, LA 
				14917 (MSN 76-120) w/o 29 Apr 1943 at Leesville, LA 
				14918 (MSN 76-121) wfu; to N63098; on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA as OY-1.
				14919 (MSN 76-122) w/o 13 May 1944 at Tyler, TX 
				14920 (MSN 76-123) w/o 28 May 1943 at Esler Field, LA 
				14927 to N1718M
				14933 (MSN 76-136)  w/o 27 May 1943 at Leach Lake Gunnery Camp, CA 
				14934 (MSN 76-137) 163rd Liaison Squadron, Cox Field, Paris, TX. SOC 1948. Registered as N65444. Civil Air Patrol.
					 Noted derelict at Van Nuys, CA 1976. Registered as N59AF; current [Jun22]. Registered 6Sep91 to American Airpower 
					Heritage Flying Museum, Dallas, TX.	Commemorative Air Force Air Group One, San Diego, CA.
				14935 (MSN 76-138) w/o 3 May 1943 at Gordon, TX 
				14939 (MSN 76-142) w/o 20 Jun 1943 at Abilene, TX 
				14942 (MSN 76-145) w/o 25 Jun 1943 at Salinas, CA 
				14944 (MSN 76-147) became NC4977N
				14945 (MSN 76-148) w/o 23 Mar 1946 at Reno, NV; repaired; wfu; to N5163V
				14946 (MSN 76-149) to N5015N; current 2011
				14948 (MSN 76-151) w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
				14949 (MSN 76-152) w/o 23 Apr 1943 at Alexandria, LA 
				14954 (MSN 76-157) w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Gardner Field
				14956 (MSN 76-159) wfu; to N68840; current 2011, cancelled 11/13/2014.
				14958 (MSN 76-161) w/o 6 Apr 1944 at Brownsboro, TX 
				14962 (MSN 76-165) w/o 16 Jun 1943 at Abilene AAF, TX 
				14964 (MSN 76-167) w/o 9 Aug 1944 en-route Hemphill to Yellow Pine, TX 
				14967 (MSN 76-170) wfu; to XB-ZEN
				14970 (MSN 76-173) to US Coast Guard as 4970 Sep 18, 1948.
				14971 (MSN 76-174) w/o 24 Apr 1945 at Elgin, OK
				14973 (MSN 76-176) w/o 2 Mar 1944 at Sylvania, GA 
				14982 (MSN 76-185) w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Camp Campbell, KY 
				14984 (MSN 76-187) to N9881F
				14985 (MSN 76-188) w/o 13 Jan 1944 at Charlotte, NC 
				14987 (MSN 76-190) w/o 12 Dec 1943 at Many, LA 
				14994 (MSN 76-197) w/o 10 Jun 1945 at Mineral Wells, TX 
				14995 (MSN 76-198) w/o 2 Jul 1943 at Walterhill, TN 
				14996 (MSN 76-199) w/o 9 Jun 1946 at Pickens AAF, MS 
				14999 (MSN 76-1039) to N68MH.  At Lone Star Flight Museum
				15000 (MSN 76-203) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Carthage, TN 
				15001 (MSN 76-204) w/o 8 May 1944 at Carrabelle, FL 
				15002 (MSN 76-205) w/o 19 Mar 1944 at Statesboro, GA 
				15003 (MSN 76-206) w/o 7 Sep 1945 at DeKalb, MS 
				15004 (MSN 76-207) w/o 3 Aug 1943 at Hickman, TN 
				15005 (MSN 76-208) w/o 15 Feb 1944 at Statesboro AAF, GA 
				15006 (MSN 76-209) w/o 25 Jul 1943 at Camp Polk, LA
				15007 (MSN 76-210) w/o 20 Mar 1945 at Brownwood, TX
				15012 (MSN 76-215) w/o 7 Feb 1946 at NAS Millington, TN 
				15013 (MSN 76-216) w/o 27 Jan 1944 at Brownwood, TX 
				15014 (MSN 76-217) w/o 10 Jun 1943 at Many, LA 
				15017 (MSN 76-220) to civil registry as N40002.  At War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa Airport, New Mexico in Jul 2009.
				15018 (MSN 76-221) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Leesville, LA 
				15019 (MSN 76-222) w/o 15 Dec 1945 at 60 miles from EL Paso, TX 
				15020 (MSN 76-223) w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Flatwood Landing Strip, LA
				15022 (MSN 76-225) w/o 20 Oct 1943 at Ashland, LA 
				15023 (MSN 76-226) w/o 4 Jul 1943 at Alexandria, LA
				15025 (MSN 76-228) to US Coast Guard as OY-1 5025 Sep 16, 1948
				15027 (MSN 76-230) 360th Combat Crew Training Squadron, Brownwood Field, TX. Substantially damaged in a collision 
				`	with L-5 42-98629 at Brownwood Field 22Jan45
				15032 (MSN 76-235)  w/o 24 Jul 1945 at Bay St Louis, MS 
				15033 (MSN 76-236) w/o 4 Aug 1944 at Swainsboro, GA 
				15036 (MSN 76-239) w/o 26 Sep 1943 at Daniel Field, GA 
				15040 (MSN 76-243) w/o 30 May 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				15043 (MSN 76-246) w/o 14 May 1944 at Aikens, SC 
				15044 (MSN 76-247) Accepted by USAAF May43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK. Spartan Aircraft Company, Tulsa, OK. Registered as NC62453; 
					revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Aug13
				15050 (MSN 76-253) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Boxville, KY
				15060 (MSN 76-263) to US Coast Guard as OY-1 5060 Sep 9, 1948.
				15062 (MSN 76-265) w/o 30 Oct 1943 at Hudson Field, LA 
				15063 (MSN 76-266) w/o 23 Jul 1943 at North Camp Polk, LA 
				15065 (MSN 76-268) Redes as L-5 in 1942; w/o 3 Feb 1945 at Kileen, TX 
				15066 (MSN 76-269) accepted May 1943, and delivered to Camp Beauregard LA. 			
					It remained in CONUS until transferred to the RFC, Muskogee OK in August 1950.
					To civil registry as N46JB.  Painted as 42-98593 which flew at Normandy.
				15069 (MSN 76-272) to N57789 with Commemorative AF
42-15073/15158		Taylorcraft O-57A Grasshopper
				MSN 4200/4285.  Ordered as O-57A, redesignated L-2A in 1942.
				15073 (MSN 4200) 4/42: Redesignated L-2A.  1942: TOS USAAF.
					By 1988: Unknown owner, Huntington Valley, PA, with c/r N47124.
					Aug 27, 1996: Kenneth H. Gillis, Franklin, MI.  Feb 16, 2018: C/r N47124 cancelled
				15074 (MSN 4201) w/o 9 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15079 (MSN 4206) w/o 29 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO
				15080 (MSN 4207) w/o 28 Sep 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15081 (MSN 4208) w/o 5 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15082 (MSN 4209) w/o 13 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #3, CO 
				15084 (MSN 4211) w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Bowman Field, KY 
				15085 (MSN 4212) w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #3, CO 
				15087 (MSN 4214) w/o 28 Aug 1943 at Lebanon, KY  
				15090 (MSN 4217) based at Patterson Field, OH, crashed on flight test Aug 16, 1944,  
					Cause was engine failure, pilot and civilian inspector killed; crash occurred 4 miles SE of base
				15091 (MSN 4218) w/o 25 Aug 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #1, CO 
				15093 (MSN 4220) w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15098 (MSN 4225) w/o 13 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15099 (MSN 4226) w/o 13 May 1944 at Patterrson Field, OH 
				15100 (MSN 4227) w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Worthville, KY 
				15101 (MSN 4228) w/o 25 Sep 1943 at Dry Ridge, KY 
				15102 (MSN 4229) w/o 26 Jan 1943 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15103 (MSN 4230) w/o 23 Aug 1943 at Bowman Field, KY
				15104 (MSN 4231) w/o 28 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15105 (MSN 4232) w/o 11 Sep 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #5, CO 
				15106 (MSN 4233) w/o 23 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15110 (MSN 4237) w/o 13 Oct 1942 at Geiger Field, WA 
				15111 (MSN 4238) w/o 13 Oct 1942 at Geiger Field, WA 
				15116 (MSN 4243) w/o 23 Oct 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				15120 (MSN 4247) sold to Fiji as VQ-FAA
				15122 (MSN 4249) w/o 9 Jan 1943 at Hollister, CA 
				15125 (MSN 4252) w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Needles, CA 
				15127 (MSN 4254) w/o 20 May 1942 at Salinas, CA 
				15128 (MSN 4255) w/o 31 Aug 1942 at Rose, CA 
				15134 (MSN 4261) w/o 4 Apr 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				15135 (MSN 4262) w/o 30 May 1944 at Timmonsville, SC 
				15138 (MSN 4265) w/o 6 Nov 1942 at Denton, TX 
				15139 (MSN 4266) w/o 11 May 1942 at Newport News, VA 
				15143 (MSN 4270) w/o 4 Sep 1942 at Poquoson, VA 
				15147 (MSN 4274) w/o 21 Jul 1943 at Greenville, DE 
				15150 (MSN 4277) w/o 3 Oct 1944 at Rodeo, NM 
42-15159/15329		Piper O-59A Grasshopper
				Model J3C-65D.  MSN 8278/8448.  Originally designated O-59, redesignated L-4A in 1942.
				15163 (MSN 8282) w/o 9 Nov 1942 at Denton, TX 
				15165 (MDN 8284) registered N58381, revoked 14Jan77
				15168 (MSN 8287) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALR
				15169 (MSN 8288) w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Hays Muni Airport, KS 
				15171 (MSN 8290) with 25th Glider Training detachment destroyed in collision with L-4A 42-36348 
					while taxiing 9 Apr 1943 at Denton, TX
				15172 (MSN 8291) transferred to French AF.  to A.C. Fickinger Apr 1948 as F-BCPA.  F-BCPA
					cancelled Oct 6, 1978. Made it through various French flying clubs until it was ultimately
					sold to someone in the USA and shipped back to the states.  Registration N377TP reserved
					Apr 13, 2009
				15174 (MSN 8293) w/o 6 Jan 1943 at Glendale, KY; repaired (?); wfu; preserved at US Army Aviation 
					Museum, Ft Rucker, AL
				15176 (MSN 8295) w/o 12 Nov 1942 at Leesville, LA 
				15179 (MSN 8298) w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Abernathy AAAF, TX 
				15180 (MSN 8299) w/o 8 Oct 1943 at Lamesa, TX 
				15182 (MSN 8301) w/o 26 Mar 1943 at Plainview, TX 
				15185 (MSN 8304) w/o 5 Jul 1942 at Grand Forks, ND 
				15186 (MSN 8305) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHL
				15187 (MSN 8306) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Denton, TX
				15188 (MSN 8307) force landed and hit fence Camp Polk, LA 3/11/1943.
				15190 (MSN 8309) w/o 29 Jun 1942 at Monteagle, TN  
				15197 (MSN 8316) to VT-CFA Sep 10, 1951. 
				15198 (MSN 8317) w/o 9 Sep 1943 at Glendale, KY 
				15200 (MSN 8319) became VO-ABD Jan 3, 1948, then CF-GPD Apr 15, 1949
				15203 (MSN 8322) Registered 5Dec47 as OK-WIC; cancelled 1955
				15204 (MSN 8323) w/o 18 May 1942 at Camp Davis, NC
				15205 (MSN 8324) w/o 26 May 1942 at Dona Ana Target Range, NM 
				15209	(MSN 8328) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44. Returned to USAAF in Sep 1945
				15210	(MSN 8329) to French Army [ALAT] as 215210.   W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Charlotte, NC
				15211	(MSN 8330) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44.  Returned to USAAF in Sep 1945
				15216	(MSN 8335) Received by USAAF February 16, 1942. Delivered to the 125th Observation Squadron, Post Field, 
					Fort Sill, Lawton, OK March 2, 1942. 
					Redesignated L-4A April 2, 1942. Brownwood, TX April 19, 1942. Departed USA September 23, 1944. 
					Delivered to French Morocco September 23, 1944. USAAF 12th AF, Italy October 17, 1944. 
					Transferred to US Army, Italy.Transferred (probably October 1944) to the French forces.   to French Army [ALAT] as 215216.
					Registered F-BFYU December 5, 1951. Rebuilt 1962/63 using fuselage from MSN 12161; Frame No. 11989 [44-79865]..
				15217	(MSN 8336) to French Army [ALAT] as 215217.
				15218 (MSN 8337) wfu; to HB-OAD; to D-EJAF; to G-BJAF on 23 Jun 1989
				15222 (MSN 8341) w/o 10 Nov 1942 at Temple, TX 
				15223 (MSN 8342) registered OO-HAP 1Dec48, cancelled 16Jun51; reregistered OO-DON 3Jul52, cancelled 10Jun53
				15224 (MSN 8343) w/o 3 Oct 1942 at LaGrange, GA 
				15225 (MSN 8344) w/o 28 Jul 1942 at Kirbyville, TX 
				15226 (MSN 8345) w/o 7 Feb 1943 at Plainview, TX 
				15227 (MSN 8346) w/o 27 Oct 1943 at Statesboro AAF, GA 
				15231 (MSN 8350) w/o 19 Mar 1943 at Camp Crowder, MO
				15233 (MSN 8352) 16th Air Depot Group, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 83rd Infantry Division Artillery 26May45 
				15237 (MSN 8356) w/o 8 Dec 1943 at Grenada AAF, MS
				15238 (MSN 8357) w/o 15 Sep 1942 at Jasper, TX 
				15240 (MSN 8359) w/o 26 Feb 1943 at Burr Ferry, LA
				15241 (MSN 8360) w/o 13 May 1942 at Camp Shelby, MS 
				15244 (MSN 8363) w/o 21 Jul 1943 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				15246 (MSN 8365) Registered 16Oct47 as OK-WIB with MSN 215246; cancelled 23Jul49
				15247 (MSN 8366) wfu; to VT-CDR  
				15248 (MSN 8367) to French Army as 215248, then became F-BIGN.  Registered
					G-BIJE May 5, 1981.
				15252 (MSN 8371) w/o 17 Jul 1942 at Aberdeen AAAF #4, SD 
				15253 (MSN 8372) w/o 20 Jun 1943 at Reilly Field, AL 
				15269 (MSN 8388) w/o 7 Mar 1944 at Lake Worth Inlet, FL 
				15271 (MSN 8390) 26th Glider Training Detachment, operated by Anderson & Brennan 
					Flying Service, Aberdeen Municipal airport, SD. Major damage after the pilot lost 
					control landing at Aberdeen 12Jul42. Registered 7May47 as OK-XIY; cancelled 194 
				15272 (MSN 8391) delivered Feb 16, 1942.  Condemned due to accident
					Nov 16, 1942,  Rebuilt and assigned to CAA.  To storage
					at Rome AAF, NY Jul 15, 1944.  Sold as surplus at Cannon AP,
					NC.  To civil registry as NC49642, later N49642.  To German 
					registry as D-ECIZ Sep 8 1959.  Sold to Danish user
					in 1973 and registered OY-ECV. Now owned by Thomas Damm
					of Denmark still as OY-ECV and repainted with USAAF markings with tail number
					215272.  Nose and fin chequered blue to represent an L-4
					flown by 15th Tactical Recce Sqdn of 10th Photo Group of
					9th AF, coded 5M-4.
				15274 (MSN 8393) w/o 26 Apr 1943 at Viola, TN 
				15281 (MSN 8400) w/o 12 Feb 1943 at Hamilton AAAF #3, TX 
				15285 (MSN 8404) 9th AF, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 45th Air Depot Group, Grove, Berkshire; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 31Mar45 
				15286 (MSN 8405) 4th Glider Training Detachment, Hale, Plainview, TX; damaged taxiing 16 Sep 1942 at Plainview Airport, TX;
					9th AF, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; Headquarters, 
					Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; ferried to Gütersloh, Germany 15Apr45; Headquarters, 
					Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army 4May45; 8th Armored Division Artillery 16May45
					Registered 1Apr54 as OK-API with MSN 15286/33; cancelled 31Aug57
				15296 (MSN 8415) w/o 3 Jul 1944 at Pattersonville, NY 
				15301 (MSN 8420) registered OO-AVH 25Jul47, cancelled 28Apr50
				15302	(MSN 8421) to French Army [ALAT] as 215302
				15311 (MSN 8430) w/o 6 Apr 1943 at Adams Field, AR 
				15312 (MSN 8431) w/o 17 Dec 1942 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				15313 (MSN 8432) w/o 14 Mar 1943 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				15314 (MSN 8433) w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Bowman Field, KY 
				15316 (MSN 8435) w/o 21 Aug 1945 at Lawtonka, OK 
				15318 (MSN 8437) became HB-OAD Nov 3, 1947, cancelled Jun 4, 1956, then D-EJAF reserved 1Jun56, 
					registered 24Nov60, cancelled on export to UK.  Registered G-BJAF Jun 23, 1981.
					Current Aug 2022
				15320 (MSN 8439). The Army showed it "wrecked by tornado" in Hays, KS on 6 June 1942 while attached to the 
					25th Glider Training Detachment. It was rebuilt as a yellow J3C-65 during 1958-1964. 
					Around 1999 it was returned to an L4 configuration. On civil registry as N10440
				15321 (MSN 8440) 17th Glider Training Detachment, Hartlee, Denton, TX; damaged landing at Denton 30Nov42; 
					415th Base Headquarters Squadron, Laredo, TX
					Damaged taxying at Laredo 1Jan44; 1023rd Mission Support Squadron, Laredo, TX.
					W/o when force landed after engine failure 5 Mar 1944 at 50 miles from Lardeo AAF, TX 
				15322 (MSN 8441) w/o 13 Oct 1942 at Slagle, LA 
				15323	(MSN 8442) 125th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, Alamo, San Antonio, TX; 
					Damaged in collision with parked L-4A 42-36538 at Alamo 5Jul43.  To French Army [ALAT] as 215323
				15324	(MSN 8443) 127th Liaison Squadron, 75th Reconnaissance Group, Morris, Charlotte, NC; damaged in collision with 
					L-4A 42-36522 taxying at Cannon, Charlotte, NC 5Oct43;  to French Army [ALAT] as 215324	
				15329 (MSN 8448) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHU.  Also listed as being destroyed when collided with 42-25331 on
					takeoff Jun 30, 1944 at Cha Chang, China
42-15330/15529		Fairchild PT-26-FA
				MSN T42-4200/4399.  All this batch were delivered directly to RCAF, but retained RAF serials.
				15330/15478 to RAF as Cornell I FH851/FH999.  All directly to RCAF.  RCAF serials same as RAF serials
					15361 (MSN T42-4231)	Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered 23Dec42 to RAF as Cornell I FH882. Operated by the 
						Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No. 33 Elementary Flying Training School, Caron, Alberta. No.25 Elementary Flying 
						Training School, Assiniboia, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored Reserve status Jul44. APDAL (Aircraft 
						Pending Disposal at Location) at Picton, Ontario Jan46. Foreign Liquidation Corporation 8Aug46. Modification Center No.7, 
						Bell Aircraft Corporation, Niagara Falls, NY. Possibly Uruguay Air Force / Aeronáutica Militar Uruguaya. Reported at the 
						Museo Aeronáutico Cnel, Montevideo, Uruguay.
					15388 (MSN T42-4258) Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Cornell I FH909. Operated by the Royal Canadian 
						Air Force [RCAF]. Registered as NC58539 with MSN T42-4231; cancelled 21May65
					15429 (MSN T42-42990) registered N75463, current.  Damaged Aug 21, 1966 at Gum Spring, Virginia when
						collided with fencing during takeoff from rough ground.  Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters
						World War II Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota.
					15433 (FH954) crashed in USA before delivery to RCAF
					15463 (MSN T43-4333) w/o before delivery to RCAF
					15471 (MSN T43-4341) to RCAF as FH992.   To civil registry as N67481, later N992FH.  C of R expired Jun 30, 2011
				15479/15529 to RAF as Cornell I FJ650/FJ700.  All directly to RCAF.  RCAF serials same as RAF serials
					15491 (MSN T43-4361) to RCAF as FJ662.  Becam N9606H.
						Loaned to Historic Aircraft Museum at Southend in 1974.
						Museum closed in 1983 and aircraft moved to Rebel Air
						Museum at Andrewsfield, later at Earls Colne.  This museum
						closed in 1997 and plane went into storage at Martham,
						England.  Sold on eBay, registered G-CEVL Nov 22, 2007.
						N9606H had an accident in 1948.  Upon removal of the 
						MSN plate (seemed not to be the original) Fairchild
						plate showing MSN T42-3642 (PT-19A 42-33976) was
						revealed.  This may mean that the plane was repaired after the
						accident, and a replacement fuselage was fitted. G-CEVL
						is understood to be under restoration to fly and will
						be painted as FJ662.  G-CEVL cancelled Oct 21, 2015 and registered G-CRNL same day.
						(G-CRNL) Noted September 2019 at Vintage Skunk Works, Wickenby Aerodrome, England.
				15529 listed as being Cornell I FJ700, but does not appear in
					RAF records, probably went directly to RCAF.
42-15530/15569		Douglas C-53-DO
				MSN 7325/7364.  Contract No. AC-1040-DA
				15530 (MSN 7325) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42. Eighth Air Force 30Oct42. Oran, Algeria 30Jan43. 
					Twelfth Air Force.  To FLC Dec 7, 1945.
					To Italian civil registry as I-EBRO Jan 11, 1948.  To Italian AF as MM61817 
					Nov 18, 1952 to Nov 1973 
				15531 (MSN 7326) to USAAF Jul 14, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 23Oct42. Eighth Air Force 31Oct42. Oran, Algeria 28Feb43. Twelfth Air Force.
					Accident landing 27 Jan 1945 at Malignano, Italy; condemned Feb 10, 1945, salvaged
				15532 (MSN 7327) to USAAF Jul 15, 1942.  315th Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group, 
					Florence Field, SC. Mid-air collision with North American O-47A ? 37-296 at Patterson Field, OH 11Aug42. 
					Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500),
					Scotland 23Oct42. Eighth Air Force 31Oct42. Oran, Algeria 28Feb43. Twelfth Air Force. .
					Crash landed afer engine failure 16 Jan 1944 at Anfa field, Casablanca, Morocco; SOC Jul 8, 1944
				15533 (MSN 7328) to USAAF Jul 16, 1942.  6th Troop Carrier Squadron, 63rd Troop Carrier Group, Selfridge Field, 
					Mount Clemens, MI. Damaged landing at Saginaw Airport, MI 4Sep42. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*H; Nose #48], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 
					19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42. 
					Retained at Accra to fly two missions to the Belgian Congo. Continued to Egypt via Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; 
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 4Dec42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 
					Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone at Sicily on 
					Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43 and on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43.
					To RFC Nov 2, 1945.  to American Airlines Mar 6, 1945 as 
					NC15581 "Flagship Providence".  Reregisterd N132D Mar 1954.  
					WFU Greenville, SC Jul 12, 1973. 
				15534 (MSN 7329) to USAAF Jul 16, 1942.  Crashed May 3, 1943, Mobile Bay, 1 mi S of Brookley Field, AL.
				15535 (MSN 7330) to USAAF Jul 16, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42. Eighth Air Force 30Oct42.  Oran Feb 28 1945.  12th AF
					Denmark Oct 8, 1945.  Became OY-DCI of DDL "Seir Viking" Dec 8, 1945. Crashed at Ubrichstein, Germany Feb 12, 1948
					while on approach to Frankfurt  12 of 21 onboard killed.
				15536 (MSN 7331) to USAAF Jul 19, 1942.  To RFC Mar 24, 1945.  To civilian registry as NC39334.  
					Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBH-530.  Crashed Tingo Maria, Peru Feb 4, 1962.  While flying at FL 150, 
					the pilot radioed he was returning to Huanuco because of bad weather. Soon after, the plane was seen 
					spiraling towards the ground and witnesses heard the engines accelerate before the aircraft hit a hill. 
					Separation of the left elevator in flight.  All 18 aboard killed.
				15537 (MSN 7332) to USAAF Jul 19, 1942.  W/o 31 Jan 1943 at Castaic, CA 
				15538 (MSN 7333) to USAAF Jul 21, 1942.  To RFC Apr 28, 1945.  To YS-21 TACA de Salvador, to TI-75 TACA de Costa Rica.
					To PP-AVJ Mar 28, 1945 of Empresa de Transportes Aerovias Brasil S.A.  To REAL in 1954.  To Varig Aug 1961.
					To Servicios Aercos Defesa Rural Jahu Dec 22, 1964.  To PT-CGL May 10, 1965, to PP-VDM Varig Jan 13, 1966,
					Cia Meridional de Mineracao "Myriam" Jan 31, 1972.  To Amazonia Mineracao SA in 1980.  WFU Aug 1983.  
					Stored at Manaus Aug 1983.
				15539 (MSN 7334) to USAAF Jul 20, 1942.  W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Idalou AAAF, TX.  SOC Apr 12, 1944 Lubbock, Texas
				15540 (MSN 7335) to USAAF Jul 20, 1942.  Delivered to USAAF 20Jul42. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42. Eighth Air Force 31Oct42.
					Oran Feb 28, 1943.  12th AF Jul 8, 1944.  Condemned Jul 19, 1945.
				15541 (MSN 7336) to USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  To RFC May 5, 1945.  To Pan Am (Latin American Division) as NC44786.  
					On Mar 27, 1956 to Japan Helicopter and Aeroplane Transport Co as JA5045.  Reregistered to
					All Nippon Nov 27, 1957.  Crashed into sea off Sakiya Saugye Is., Japan Aug 12, 1958
					on flight from Tokyo to Nagoya.  All 33 onboard killed.
				15542 (MSN 7337) to USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  To RFC May 5, 1945.  to NC34417 Oct 30, 1945 with TWA "336",  
					to Northeast Jan 1952. Crashed Sep 15, 1957, New Bedford, Massachusetts.  The aircraft struck trees to 
					the right and short of the runway during approach in fog. The pilot attempted to make a visual approach 
					by descending prematurely in the approach area without adherence to the prescribed ILS approach 
					procedure which was dictated by existing weather conditions. 12 of 24 onboard killed.
				15543 (MSN 7338) to USAAF Aug 25, 1942.  To RFC Jan 12, 1945.  Tn 1945 to PH-TBC with KLM, but NTU.  
					To PJ-ALC "Chuchubi" of KLM (West Indies Division).  To PH-DAD with KLM Mar 7, 1962, to 9N-AAI of Royal 
					Nepal Airlines Nov 23, 1962.  Later broken up
				15544 (MSN 7339) to US Navy Aug 28, 1942 as BuNo 06995
				15545 (MSN 7340) to USAAF Sep 1, 1945.  to RFC Dec 16, 1944.  to NC49541 WAA United "Mainliner Long Beach" Jan 28, 1945,
					To Central Airlines Inc B30Sep54 - Frontier Oct 1, 1967 as N49541- Aero American Inc Dec68 - American Teledyne
					Co - Geotronics, Long Beach, CA (Jul69) - To CF-BFV Atlantic Central A/L, St Johns, NB 26Oct 26, 1973 - 
					To C-FBFV Lambair Fld, The Pas C-FBFV was in open storage at Winnipeg, engineless, in Oct 1987. By Jul 1989
					it had no wings either - cancelled  Dec 1992, wfu. 1974 - Perimeter Airlines Nov 1981 - Ontario Central A/L Jan 82 -
					Perimeter Airlines Nov82.
				15546 (MSN 7341) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942. Delivered to USAAF 30Aug42. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*F; Nose #46], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, 
					Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; 
					Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, 
					Gold Coast 22Nov42. Retained at Accra to fly two missions to the Belgian Congo. Continued to Egypt via Kano and 
					Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 4Dec42. Ninth Air Force, 
					North Africa. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					at Sicily on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43 and on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Twelfth Air Force 22Aug43. 
					Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Oran, Algeria; Gibraltar; 
					St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force.
					WFS.  To Cruziero in Brazil May 2, 1946 as PP-CCX.  Crashed Mar 22, 1951 Florianopolis, Sta Caterina,
					Brazil.  The No. 2 engine failed on a go-around in reduced visibility and rain and the aircraft crashed 
					into the ocean.  3 of 14 onboard killed.
				15547 (MSN 7342) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942.  Bailed to Douglas Aircraft until Apr 21, 1943.
					95th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group, Alliance AAB, NB. Crashed 20 miles SE of Hyannis, NB 1Dec43 [5KIS]. 
					Aircraft was en route to the North Platte area for a simulated instrument flight. For unknown reasons the plane crashed into the
					sandhills south of Hyannis killing all occupants. The wreckage was found the next day by search planes from Alliance with the assistance of local ranchers on the ground.
				15548 (MSN 7343) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942.  44th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, 
					Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; 
					Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42. Retained at Accra to fly two missions to the 
					Belgian Congo. Continued to Egypt via Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. 
					Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 4Dec42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa.  Oran Sep 10, 1943.  Condemned Jul 8, 1944
				15549 (MSN 7444) to USAAF Sep 7, 1942. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*D; Nose #44], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, 
					Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; 
					Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; 
					Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42. Retained at Accra to fly two missions to the Belgian Congo. Continued to Egypt via 
					Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 4Dec42. 
					Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone at Sicily on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43. Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. 
					Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Oran, Algeria; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, 
					Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Eighth Air Force 20Feb44.
				 	14th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Eighth Air Force, 
					Mount Farm (Station 234). Accident taking off at Sandweiler (A-97), Luxembourg 28Dec44.
				15550 (MSN 7345) to USAAF Sep 2, 1942.  To RFC Jan 12, 1945.  to PJ-ALB "Blaauwduif" of KLM (West Indies Division) 
					Sep 11, 1945, then HP-327 of RAPSA Mar 10, 1961 , then TI-1067L Nov 12, 1968, then TI-LRE of LACSA, 
					then TI-AMS of Apsa Int, registered Aug 27, 1978, later SANSA May 1978-Apr 1980.  wfu 1980.
				15551 (MSN 7346) to USAAF Sep 3, 1942. to RFC Jan 12, 1945.  To EC-CAY with Iberia,by 1955 was EC-ABN of Iberia.  
					DBR Apr 10, 1958 at Palma, Majorca
				15552 (MSN 7347) to USAAF Sep 4, 1942.  To RFC Dec 19, 1944.  To NC19915 with Penn Central Apr 30, 1945.  
					To Capital Airlines Apr 1948.  To United Airlines Jun 1, 1961.  To Blaw Knox Co--Beldex Corp Apr 19, 1963.  
					To Joe G. Marrs, First Bank of Lake Placid Jan 1975, Skylark Aviation, CA Jun 1977.  Aurora Leasong Co, MA 
					Nov 1977.  Sale reported May 1983.  N19915 to W. N. Banos, Pasadena, CA Nov 12, 1987, to L. L. Perkins, CA 
					Nov 1988.  Current 2011.
				15553 (MSN 7348) to USAAF Sep 6, 1942.  Oran, Algeria 10Sep43. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #48/H], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Oran, Algeria; 
					Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 513th Fighter Squadron, 
					406th Fighter Group, Nordholz (R-56), Germany. Damaged taxying at Florennes-Juzaines (A-78), Belgium 17Jun45.  Returned to USA Aug 22, 1945.
					To RFC Aug 27, 1945.  To NC45388 with Northeast Airlines Sep 20, 1945.  To Air Carrier Service
					Corp Sep 1967, Jack Richards Aircraft Co, Oklahoma City, OK in 1968.  To Tulsa Air Leasing Inc, Oklahoma
					in 1970.  To Stan Burnstein, Tulsa, OK in 1971.  Broken up by Apr 1973.
				15554 (MSN 7349) to USAAF Sep 9, 1942.  To RFC Dec 16, 1944. To NC28508 with Mid-Continent Feb 15, 1946, to N28508 
					with Braniff Airways Aug 15, 1952.  To Trans Texas Nov 15, 1959, Gulf American Land Corp May 13, 1965, 
					Modern Air Transport Oct 1967, Bordas & Co, San Juan, Puerto Rico Jan 1968, cancelled 1968
				15555 (MSN 7350) to US Navy Sep 10, 1942 as BuNo 06996
				15556 (MSN 7351) to US Navy Sep 11, 1942 as BuNo 06997
				15557 (MSN 7352) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942.  USAAF Palm Springs Sep 20, 1943.  to RFC Jan 12, 1946.  
					To Devlet Hava Yollari (DHY) as TC-ACA.  Struck sand dune on approach 
					to Cairo, Egypt Nov 19, 1951.  All 5 onboard killed.
				15558 (MSN 7353) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942.  Used in training by 5th AF 317t TCG, 46th TCS, Oct 1, 1942 to
					Dec 12, 1942.  To RFC Mar 24, 1945. To Royal Norwegian AF (Norges LuftfartstN) as 15558, code "O" Sep 25, 1945 -
					To LN-IAK to DNL, named "Nordkvn" delivered Apr 9, 1946, to SAS "Knut Viking" Aug 1, 1948 - Registered SE-BSM ABA/SAS
					Jul 8, 1954 -  Registered Jul 8, 1954 to Linieflvg  Dec 6, 1957 - Transair-Sweden Feb 9, 1953 - Linieflyg Feb 17, 1963 - 
					Svensk FlvgJanst/ Swedair, Bromma Feb 26, 1965, registered Jun 21, 1965.  to D-CCCC 
					Classic Wings, Sep 19, 1988. Crashed Dec 22, 1991 near Heidelberg, Germany when struck a tree-covered
					hill in low clouds, 27 of 30 onboard killed.  The sightseeing tour struck a hill at 2,000 ft. while 
					making a left turn in turbulence. Poor crew coordination. Overloaded.
				15559 (MSN 7354) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942.  To RFC Jan 10, 1945.  By 1955 was TC-ADA of Devlet Hava Yollari.  
					To N58U Mar 1, 1956, but NTU.  Seen derelict at Yesilkoy/Istanbul Jun 1971.
				15560 (MSN 7355) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942.  To RFC Jan 13, 1945 - NC33332 DPC - Northwest "332" leased Apr 1945, 
					bought Aug 1, 1949 - To Magnolia Oil Co (Mobilgas) "Flying Horsepower" Sep 1956 - Magnolia Petroleum Co - XB-POA
					Dragados SA Jun 17, 1963 - Marinos del Golfo Oct 22, 1970 - cancelled 1973.
				15561 (MSN 7356) to USAAFSep 13, 1942. To RFC Jan 12, 1945 - to NC33346 Braniff - Southern - Reregistered N63SA 1954.   
					Reregistered N742J 1966 - Jet Intl Corp, Montgomery, AL Apr 1970 - VA Mins Inc, Jacksonville, FL Feb 18, 1972
					Derelict (Apr 1976 to May 1980) - Registration pending (Jun 1977 to Dec 1981).
				15562 (MSN 7357) to USAAf Sep 16, 1942.  To RFC Mar 17, 1945.  To NC36516.  NC36516  N-cancelled 31 Aug 1948
				15563 (MSN 7358) to USAAF Sep 17, 1942.  to Pan American as NC30096 Sep 20, 1942.  To XA-GUN with Aeronaves de Mexico.  
					Crashed Mar 26, 1954.  Crashed and burned on Friar's Peak in the Salinas mountains after being waved off for landing 
					due to a dust storm.  All 18 onboard killed.
				15564 (MSN 7359) to USAAF Sep 17 1942.  To Pan American as NC30097 Sep 20, 1942.  To Aeronaves DE of Mexico as XA-DIN
				15565 (MSN 7360) to USAAF Sep 23, 1942.  Eighth Air Force 3Nov42. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 11Dec42.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.
				15566 (MSN 7361) to Sep 20, 1942. Used in training by 5th AF 317th TCG, 141st TCS Oct 3, 1942 to Oct 17, 1942.
					To Pan American Airways as NC33320 ca Aug 16, 1944.  To XA-HEP Aeronaves de Mexico
				15567 (MSN 7362) to USAAF Sep 23, 1942.  Eighth Air Force 3Nov42. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 18Dec42.
					Netherlands/Belgium.  Netherlands Jun 24, 1947.
					WFU.  Became F-BCYZ with Aigle Azur Oct 2, 1947.  To CF-GOC, Maritime Central Ailines Spr 3, 1951.  
					Later to Eastern Provincial Airways Oct 1, 1963.  Crashed Nov 21, 1964 at Lourdes de Blanc Sablon,
					Quebec.
				15568 (MSN 7363) to USAAF Sep 27, 1942.  To RFC May 3, 1945.  To NC17890 WAA - United Airlines Leased Jun 14, 1945, bought
					Aug 1, 1949.  Fitted with radar and named "Sir Echo" - A J Levin Co Aug 27, 1954 - Ladish Co -
					Symington Wayne Corp, Salisbury, MD Airlease Corp Inc, Beaufort, SC Nov 1968 - Parachutes Inc, Orange, MA -
					Aurora Lsg Co, Orange, MA Jan 10, 1975 - Aerocentauro Inc, San Ysidro, CA Oct 1, 1980. N17890 - dismantled
					and fuselage only at San Diego, Brown Field, Nov 1986 - Robert A Rogers, Roswell, NM, bought Jan 9, 1987. 
					Cancelled Mar 1990
				15569 (MSN 7364) to USAAF Sep 28, 1942.  W/o 5 Nov 1942 in Greenland.  The C-53 Skytrooper was Snowballing westbound, 
					empty except for its crew of two plus three military passengers returning to the U.S. from Scotland. 
					It reported that it had made a forced landing on the Ice Cap on the southeast coast of Greenland 
					somewhere south of the radio beacon station located at the village of Angmagsalik, 
					Bluie East-2 (BE-2) 5Nov42. Despite a large ground and air rescue attempt, the search 
					for the C-53 was abandoned after the first 30 days. The C-53 and its five men were never found.
42-15570/15869		Stearman PT-27 Kaydet 
				Model D75N1.  MSN 75-3759/75-4058.  Model A75N1 with enclosed cockpit and cold weather equipment. Designated PT-27
					Lend-Lease to UK Government for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan as Kaydet I. Operated for the BCATP 
					by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. The PT-27 arrived without the required winter-weather equipment, 
					primarily a coupe-top canopy for winter flying. They were deemed inadequate for Canadian winters and later 
					returned to the United States. Some of them were re-engined and rebuilt to PT-17 standard of the USAAF
				15570/15601 MSN 75-3759/75-3790.  To RAF as FD968/FD999 for use in Canada for Empire Air Training Scheme.  
					Returned to USAF in 1943.
					15572 (MSN 75-3761) to RAF as FD970 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD970; returned to USAF in 1943.
						Was registered N53234, cancelled Nov 2, 1971
					15575 (MSN 75-3764) registered as N61W
					15577 (MSN 75-3766) To RAF as FD975 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD975;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 10 Jun 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
					15578 (MSN 75-3767) To RAF as FD976 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD976;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 24 Oct 1943 at Rockwall, TX 
					15586 (MSN 75-3775) To RAF as FD984 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD984;  returned to USAAF in 1943; wfu; 
						to N57374; current 2011
					15587 (MSN 75-3776) To RAF as FD985 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD985;  returned to USAAF in 1943; wfu; 
						to N57339; current 2013 
					15589 (MSN 75-3778) To RAF as FD987 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD987;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 15 Dec 1942 at Isleta, NM; repaired (?); w/o 30 Dec 1943 at Tucson, AZ 
					15591 (MSN 75-3780) registered N77AA
					15595 (MSN 75-3784) To RAF as FD993 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD993;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Spivey AAAF 
					15595 (MSN 75-3784) To RAF as FD993 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD993;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Spivey AAAF 
					15599 (MSN 75-3788) To RAF as FD997 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD997;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				15602/15860 MSN 75-3791/75-4049.  To RAF as FJ741/FJ999 for use in Canada for Empire Air Training Scheme.
					Returned to USAF in 1943.
					15607 (MSN 75-3796) To RAF as FJ746 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ746;  returned to USAAF in 1943; wfu; 
						to N59040; current 2013
					15612 (MSN 75-3801) To RAF as FJ751 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ751;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						Assigned to 12th AAF Flying Training Detachment, Paradise Valley Airport, Phoenix, AZ
						Landing accident 4 Jun 1943 at Mun Arpt, Casa Grande, AZ; repaired; wfu; to N54805 Apr 1963.; 
						N54805 cancelled Jul 6, 1999.  Feb 10, 2009 to current (4/2022): Registered N374BV.
					15613 (MSN 75-3802) 1942: TOS USAAF.   1942: TOS RCAF with s/n FJ752.
						Ca. 5/43: TOS USAAF and assigned to 3038th Base Unit, Contract Pilot School (Primary), Blythe, CA.
						5/15/44: Landing accident with ground loop at Ripley Auxiliary Field # 1, Blythe, CA.
						Ca.1946: to current (4/2022): Registered N73694..
					15619 (MSN 75-3808) registered as N59031
					15621 (MSN 75-3810) o RAF as FJ760 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ760;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Feb 1943 at Camden, AR
					15628 (MSN 75-3817) To RAF as FJ767 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ767;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 6 Jan 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ; repaired; wfu; to N65200; current 2013  
					15630 (MSN 75-3819) To RAF as FJ769 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ769;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 25 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15646 (NSN 75-3835) 1942: TOS USAAF.  1942: TOS RCAF with s/n FJ785
						Ca.5/43: TOS USAAF and assigned to the 16th AAF Flying Training Detachment (PCPS), Echeverria, Field, AZ.
						Ca.1946: Registered NR63306.  Mar 5, 1992: Registered N63301
					15649 (MSN 75-3838) To RAF as FJ788 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ788;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 28 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15654 (MSN 75-3843) registered as N53232.
					15662 (MSN 75-3851) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ801. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 
						17th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, 
						Condor Field, Twenty-Nine Palms, CA; operated by Twenty-Nine Palms Air Academy. 
						Damaged in a collision with PT-17 41-8063 taxying at Condor Auxiliary Field #1, CA 4Sep43. 
						Damaged in a collision with PT-27 42-15738 landing at Condor Auxiliary Field #1, CA 4Sep43. 
						Registered as N62842. The frame was noted at Priory Farm, Tibbenham, Norfolk by 
						at least 2007 but was not restored. The fuselage frame was donated to the 
						Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Flixton, Suffolk, England Jun12. Arrived from 
						Priory Farm, Tibbenham, Norfolk 26Jun12. The fuselage frame was used for the 
						static display restoration and given identity BAPC 375 (British Aviation Preservation 
						Council). Registration cancelled 11Dec20 on export to United Kingdom. 
						Registered 14Dec20 as G-CLWU. This has been registered to a known Stearman 
						restorer at Enstone, Oxfordshire and may be using the fuselage frame from MSN 75-8059, 
						N1544M (BuAer 38438)..
					15663 (MSN 75-3852) To RAF as FJ802 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ802;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Mar 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
					15665 (MSN 75-3854) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ804. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 67th Army Air Force Flying 
						Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, Embry-Riddle Field, Union City, TN; operated by 
						Riddle Aeronautical Institute. Damaged in a collision with PT-27 42-15711 landing at Union City Municipal
						Airport 20May43. 3041st Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Ryan Field, Hemet, CA; operated by Ryan 
						School of Aeronautics. Substantially damaged by mechanical failure landing at Ryan Field 28Aug44. 
						Registered as N56938. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
						Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953, 1955, 1958; sprayer code 125. Substantially 
						damaged during a ferry flight when the pilot failed to maintain directional control during landing 
						and nosed over on a prepared landing area at Dodge Junction, WA 25Feb64 (1INJ). Substantially 
						damaged when the pilot used excessive braking to maintain directional control during landing and 
						nosed over at Issaquah, WA 21Aug80. Registration expired 23Feb91, cancelled 23Apr13. 
						Registered 19Sep16 as N56938; current [Dec20]
					15666 (MSN 75-3855) to N56234, now G-CKSR
					15667 (MSN 75-3856) To RAF as FJ806 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ806;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N53292; current 2013 
					15668 (MSN 75-3857) To RAF as FJ807 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ807.  returned to USAF in 1943
						On civil registry as M54033
					15672 (MSN 75-3861) To RAF as FJ811 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ811;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 29 Jun 1944 at Hunter AAAF, CA 
					15676 (MSN 75-3865) registered as N63268.
					15678 (MSN 75-3867) 1942: TOS USAAF  1942: TOS RCAF with s/n FJ817
						Ca.5/43: TOS USAAF and assigned to 12th AAF Flying Training Detachment, Phoenix, AZ.
						7/30/43: Damaged in weather-related landing accident at Paradise Valley, AZ.
						By 1963 to current (4/2022): Registered N59269.
					15681 (MSN 75-3870) to civil registry as N50742 Oct 25, 1979 and still current.
					15682 (MSN 75-3871) To RAF as FJ821 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ821;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 3 May 1944 at Norton Airdrome, CA 
					15683 (MSN 75-3872)	 Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ822. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 
						Registered as N56773. Midland Air Service, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Farmers Air Service, 
						Klamath Falls, Oregon. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
						budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-56; sprayer code 85. Operated for 
						Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 5. Registration cancelled 18Dec81
					15684 (MSN 75-3873) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ823. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 
						68th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, 
						McKellar Field, Jackson, TN; operated by Georgia Air Services, Inc. Substantially damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with PT-17 42-16631 at McKellar Field 27Sep43. Registered as N48792. 
						Farmers’ Crop Dusters, Bakersfield, CA. Sub-contracted to Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 311. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 27Sep19.
					15686 (MSN 75-3875)	Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ825. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 12th Army Air 
						Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Thunderbird Field #2, 
						Scottsdale, AZ; operated by Hayward and Connelly. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 22Jun43. Registered as N60330. Conn Aerial Spray Company Inc, Chester, CT. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; 
						sprayer code 99. Registration current [Dec20].
					15687 (MSN 75-3876) To RAF as FJ826 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ826;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N450HS; current 2013
					15692 (MSN 75-3881) To RAF as FJ831 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ831;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 22 Sep 1944 at Thunderbird Field # 2, AZ 
					15694 (MSN 75-3883) registered as N53180.
					15696 (MSN 75-3885) was registered as N747JR, now registered as F-AZXN
					15699 (MSN 75-3888) To RAF as FJ838 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ838;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 8 Jun 1943 at Condor Field, CA
					15701 (MSN 75-3890) To RAF as FJ840 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ840;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Blythe, CA  
					15702 (MSN 75-3891) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ841. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 10th Army
						Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Gary Field, 
						Blythe, CA; operated by Morton Air Academy. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Gary Auxiliary Field #3, Blythe, CA 26Jan44. Registered as N67203. Farmers’ Crop Dusters, 
						Bakersfield, CA. Sub-contracted to Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 315. 
						Sale reported 4Oct80, cancelled 8Apr13
					15704 (MSN 75-3893) to Canada as FJ843.  Became N53231.  Flying in 1999, not registered by 2012.
					15706 (MSN 75-3895) To RAF as FJ845 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ845;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N1942N; current 2013
					15707 (MSN 75-3896)	 Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ846. Returned to USAAF in 1943. Registered as N53184. 
						Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Registration cancelled 17May56. Registration CF-JCH assigned 30Apr56. 
						Registered May56 as CF-JCH. Skyway Air Services Ltd., Langley, BC. Crashed and destroyed by fire during 
						aerial application near Sumas Prairie, Abbotsford, British Columbia 7Jun57 (1INJ). The pilot should have
						been turning down the mountain instead of up the mountain. The aircraft encountered its own slipstream 
						while turning and collided with a tree before the pilot could effect recovery. The aircraft burned after impact 
						and was destroyed. Registration cancelled 12Aug57
					15713 (MSN 75-3902) To RAF as FJ852 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ852;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Rankin Home Field, CA 
					15718 (MSN 75-3907) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ857. Returned to USAAF in 1943. Registered as N53084. 
						Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
						budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 123. Operated for Canadian spruce 
						budworm spray program 1954-56; sprayer code 3. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray 
						program 1957-58; sprayer code 123. Substantially damaged during aerial application defoliating 
						with a toxic liquid chemical when the pilot was unable to maintain directional control, caused by 
						spray liquid spilt on the right brake, during takeoff from an abandoned highway and ground looped 
						near Deeth, NV 4Jun79. Modified with 600hp engine and enclosed cockpit. Crashed and destroyed 
						during practice for aerial application spraying crops when the pilot diverted his attention to another 
						airplane making a takeoff to his rear. As he watched the other airplane, he applied aft control pressure, 
						stalled the aircraft, and impacted the ground at Edna, TX 19Mar92 (1INJ). Registration current [Dec20].
					15719 (MSN 75-3908) registered as N58700
					15720 (MSN 75-3909) To RAF as FJ859 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ859;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N56233; current 2013
					15722 (MSN 75-3911) To RAF as FJ861 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ861;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 26 May 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15723 (MSN 75-3912)	Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ862. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 12th Army Air Force 
						Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Thunderbird Field #2, Scottsdale, AZ; 
						operated by Hayward and Connelly. Damaged taxying at Thunderbird Field #2 Auxiliary Field #2, AZ 17Jun43. 
						Damaged when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled landing at Thunderbird Field #2 30Nov43. 
						Registered as N56806. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
						Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 124. Noted on its back in a 
						field 1953. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New 
						Brunswick 1954-55; sprayer code 2. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1956-57; sprayer code 124. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 27May20
					15726 (MSN 75-3915) To RAF as FJ865 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ865;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 19 Mar 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
					15727 (MSN 75-3916) To RAF as FJ866 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ866;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Condor Field, CA; repaired; wfu; to N56749; current 2013
					15736 (MSN 75-3925) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ875. No. 32 Elementary Flying Training School (EFTS), 
						Bowden, Calgary, Alberta. Damaged in a ground taxying accident with another PT-27 Kaydet at Netook 
						Relief Field, Alberta, with both aircraft suffering serious damage to their wings. After its accident at Netook, 
						and with its wings and empennage removed, the Stearman’s tail was lifted and tied to the bed of a farm truck
						and towed back the few miles to Bowden. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 71st Army Air Force Flying Training 
						Detachment (Primary), Gulf Coast Training Center, Harrell Field, Camden, AR; operated by Wiggens-Marden 
						Aero Corp. Damaged in a collision with PT-17 42-16214 landing at Harrell Field 22May43. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Harrell Field 26Jun43. Registered as N50737. Substantially damaged during 
						aerial application spraying cotton when the airplane struck power lines during a swathe run near 
						Nitta Yuma, MS 28Aug64 (1INJ). Stored at Bridgeton, NJ. Registration cancelled 21Feb02 on export to 
						Canada. Registered as C-GKUE. Registered to Vintage Wings of Canada 25May11 to 30Dec13. It was 
						dedicated 12May12 to RAF Warrant Officer Harry Hannah, 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron, 
						Royal Auxiliary Air Force, who trained on Stearmans), not in Alberta, but at No. 4 British Flying 
						Training School (BFTS), Falcon Field, Mesa, Arizona. The aircraft impacted airport terrain adjacent 
						to the runway shortly after takeoff from Brandon Municipal Airport (McGill Field) (YBR/CYBR), 
						Brandon, Manitoba 10Sep13. The aircraft sustained unreported damage and the two occupants 
						onboard received serious injuries. One of the propeller blades broke off at its base. That caused a 
						severe vibration that broke the engine off of its mounts and the engine fell off during flight. 
						Registration current [Dec20]
					15737 (MSN 75-3926) to Canada as FJ876.  To civil registry as N56551.  Restored and flying in USAAF colors.
					15740 (MSN 75-3929) To RAF as FJ879 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ879;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 13 Jul 1943 at Condor Field, CA
					15741 (MSN 75-3930) To RAF as FJ880 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ880;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Blythe, CA 
					15744 (MSN 75-3933) To RAF as FJ883 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ883;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 10 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15748 (MSN 75-3937) to RCAF as FJ887, to N450SS, restored, active
					15751 (MSN 75-3940) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ890. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 71st Army Air Force 
						Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Gulf Coast Training Center, Harrell Field, Camden, AR; 
						operated by Wiggens-Marden Aero Corp. Damaged when ground looped landing at Harrell Field 
						30Apr43. 4th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, 
						Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated by Rankin Aeronautical Academy. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Rankin Field 7Dec43. Registered as N59998. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., 
						Sacramento, CA. Sub-contracted to Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958-60; 
						sprayer code 353. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot landed too fast, 
						overshot the runway and collided with storage tanks at Taxis airstrip, six miles west of Boiestown, 
						New Brunswick 7Jun60. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the engine failed 
						caused by fuel exhaustion at the end of a swathe run, the pilot landed long in a pasture to avoid 
						cows and struck a fence during the forced landing at Madison, FL 31Aug82. Registration expired, 
						cancelled 8Nov13
					15752 (MSN 75-3941) To RAF as FJ891 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ891;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 30 Dec 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA 
					15757 (MSN 75-3946) To RAF as FJ896 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ896;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Feb 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
					15758 (MSN 75-3947) To RAF as FJ897 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ897;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 7 Mar 1944 at Glendale, AZ 
					15759 (MSN 75-3948) To RAF as FJ898 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ898;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 15 Feb 1943 at Harrell Field, AR 
					15760 (MSN 75-3949) To RAF as FJ899 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ899;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 26 Jun 1944 at Ryan Field AAAF #2, CA 
					15762 (MSN 75-3951)	 Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ901. Returned to USAAF in 1943. Registered as N56716. 
						Arizona Aviation, Safford, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray 
						program New Brunswick 1954-55; sprayer code 29. One of two Stearmans owned by Arizona Aviation 
						and ferried to Canada 1955. From Safford, Arizona, the Stearmans flew via Socorro, New Mexico, 
						up to Albuquerque, then east to Liberal, Kansas, where they stopped for fuel. It was necessary to 
						stop every 150 miles for fuel, which was 1.5 hours of flying time with a 30-minute reserve. 
						They spent the night at Ashland, Kansas, and the next day made it to Sandusky, Ohio. 
						They had five days to make rendezvous at Watertown, New York, with all the other Stearmans 
						on the project. It was at Watertown where the airplanes were inspected by Canadian DOT 
						[Department of Transportation] officials. After that, they flew up the St. Lawrence River to 
						Montreal then Rimouski, Quebec, where they met with the Chief Pilots of Forest Protection Limited. 
						They then proceeded under escort to the Nictau airstrip, New Brunswick which was the base of 
						operations for the 1955 project and also the place where the spray systems on each airplane 
						were checked and calibrated. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1956; 
						sprayer code 25. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 28. 
						Registration expired, cancelled 8Jun18.
					15766 (MSN 75-3955)	Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ905. Returned to USAAF in 1943. Registered as N53179.
						 Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
						budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 114. Registration CF-CDM assigned 22Jun70. 
						As N53179, substantially damaged during an aerial application proficiency check spraying grain fields 
						when the pilot was unable to clear a hill during a swathe run and struck the ground near Malin, OR 1May77. 
						Registration CF-CDM cancelled 31Jul97. Registered 29Aug97 as N6781C. Based at Commemorative Air Force-
						Dew Line Squadron, Tradewind Airport, Amarillo, TX. Registration current [Dec20]. 
					15767 (MSN 75-3956) registered as N50739.
					15770 (MSN 75-3959) registered as N48989
					15771 (MSN 75-3960) To RAF as FJ910 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ910;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 23 May 1943 at Huntersville, TN 
					15772 (MSN 75-3961) was registered as N56883, cancelled Apr 23, 2013.
					15774 (MSN 75-3963) registered as N53181
					15788 (MSN 75-3977) registered as N56656
					15790 (MSN 75-3979) To RAF as FJ929 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ929;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Union City, TN 
					15792 (MSN 75-3981) To RAF as FJ931 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ931;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 16 Feb 1944 at Aguila AAAF, AZ 
					15796 (MSN 75-3985)	 Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ935. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 67th Army Air Force 
						Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, Embry-Riddle Field, Union City, TN; 
						operated by Riddle Aeronautical Institute. Damaged in a collision with parked Fairchild PT-23 42-70864 
						when landing at Union City Municipal Airport 30May43. 3038th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), 
						Gary Field, Blythe, CA; operated by Morton Air Academy. Damaged landing at Gary Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Ripley, CA 21Jun44. Registered 9Aug78 as N53179; expired, cancelled 15Feb18. Registered 24Jan19 as N53179; 
						current [Dec20].
					15798 (MSN 75-3987) Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ937. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 1st Army Air Force 
						Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Hancock Field, Santa Maria, CA; 
						operated by the Hancock College of Aeronautics. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with 
						Stearman PT-13A Kaydet 38-470 one mile east of Hancock Field 22Dec43 (1KIS). Registered as N53178. 
						Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
						budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 52. Crashed and destroyed during aerial 
						application when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled into the ground near Nictau 
						airstrip, New Brunswick 9Jun55. The pilot turned downwind throwing the aircraft out of control and 
						into heavy bushes on a nearby island in the river. The pilot had come in nose high and with wings 
						level between two trees, shearing the trunks close to the tops and removing all four wing panels. 
						The Stearman hit the ground flat on the fuselage but spun around, driving a two-inch branch through 
						the fuselage behind the cockpit, narrowly missing the pilot. A large raft was constructed to obtain 
						access to the area. Over the next several days, people, equipment and pieces of airplane were 
						shuttled to and from the island. To get the airplane out of the trees, the fuselage was cut just behind 
						the cockpit into two sections. The rudder, elevators, horizontal stabilizer and other small parts were 
						transported back to the strip by raft. The engine was to be taken back by a Royal Canadian Navy HUP-3 
						helicopter, as was the fuselage from the firewall back to the cockpit. On the day of the lift the wind 
						had picked up. The lift of the cockpit and hopper section went alright, but the engine posed a problem. 
						While the helicopter was approaching the airstrip, the load went wide, pulling the helicopter out with 
						it after which the pilot let go, smashing the engine into the ground from 150 feet. Operated for 
						Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1958; sprayer code 356. Registration cancelled 23Sep70
					15801 (MSN 75-3990) registered as N54671.
					15802 (MSN 75-3991) To RAF as FJ941 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ941;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ  
					15803 (MSN 75-3992) was registered N56789, cancelled Feb 28, 2011.  Now suspended from the top of a
						hanger at an Agricultural operation in Imperial, CA
					15804 (MSN 75-3993) to Royal Canadian AF as FJ943, returned to US and served with No. 1 British
						Flying Training School, Terrell, Texas (early 1943 to mid-1944).  By 1963: Registered.N48795.
						Dec 3, 2012: Re-registered as N42PW.
					15811 (MSN 75-4000) 1942: TOS USAAF.   1942: TOS RCAF with s/n FJ950.  Ca.5/43: TOS USAAF.
						By 1963: Registered N54035.  5/17/68: The airframe was destroyed. Stalled or mushed during the 
						initial climb. The factors included; unfavorable wind conditions. No fatalities.
						By 1992: Jeffrey R. Ellingham, Cypress, TX.
						11/24/98: Schwan's Sales Enterprises Inc, Marshall, MN with c/r N806RB. (Red Baron Pizza team).
						8/20/03: The accident occurred at the La Crosse Municipal Airport, WI,  while on approach. 
						The airplane sustained substantial damage when it nosed over during a forced landing to a 
						cornfield after a total loss of engine power.  By 2007: Repaired.
						7/28/09: Brian E. Aukes, Ankeny, IA. (No longer a Red Baron plane)
					15813 (MSN 75-4002)	 Delivered to RAF as Kaydet I FJ952. Returned to USAAF in 1943. 6th Army Air Force 
						Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Thunderbird Field #1, 
						Glendale, AZ; operated by Southwest Airways. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Thunderbird Field #1 8Feb43. Registered as N64758. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 223. After the 1957 operations had ended, eleven planes were returning to the U.S. 
						from Charlo airstrip in the northern part of New Brunswick when five planes were forced down 
						near Penniac, just north of Fredericton, NB 5Jul57. All the pilots escaped serious injury as 
						heavy fog and fuel exhaustion were the main cause of the accident. Two of the aircraft were 
						extensively damaged. The squadron was headed to Fredericton Municipal Airport to refuel but 
						the airfield was fogged in. They were over Penniac when one plane was forced down in a field. 
						Two Stearmans circled over the field until the pilot signalled that he was OK. They then ran out 
						of fuel near Charters Settlement; the pilot of this plane attempted to land on a highway 5km 
						south of New Maryland but struck a guy wire supporting a power line. All four wings, the tail, 
						propeller and fuselage were all substantially damaged. Two other planes were forced down 
						along the St. John River, but the rest of the squadron returned to the Taxis airstrip, six miles 
						west of Boiestown, New Brunswick. Reregistered 17Jun02 as N75SV; current [Dec20
					15814 (MSN 75-4003) To RAF as FJ953 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ953;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 9 Oct 1943 at Peoria, AZ 
					15816 (MSN 75-4005) To RAF as FJ955 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ955;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 9 Mar 1943 at Trenton, TN 
					15818 (MSN 75-4007) To RAF as FJ957 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ957;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 1 Feb 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15820 (MSN 75-4009) To RAF as FJ959 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ959;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Nov 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
					15827 (MSN 75-4016) To RAF as FJ966 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ966;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 10 Nov 1943 at Peoria, AZ 
					15829 (MSN 75-4018) registered as N747Q
					15833 (MSN 75-4022) 1942: TOS USAAF.  1942: TOS RCAF with s/n FJ972.  By 5/43: TOS USAAF and 
						assigned to 71st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment, Camden, AR.
						5/14/43: Landing accident, ground collision, at Bradshaw Field, AR.
						By 1/64 to current (4/2022): Registered N7711J
					15841 (MSN 75-4030) To RAF as FJ980 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ980;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 26 May 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15847 (MSN 75-4036) To RAF as FJ986 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ986;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 25 Dec 1942 at Weston, CO 
					15848 (MSN 75-4037) registered as N59260 Jun 1968.  Re-registered Mar 2014.
					15849 (MSN 75-4038) To RAF as FJ988 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ988;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15851 (MSN 75-4040) with Tillsonburg AS 1994.
					15852 (MSN 75-4041) to RCAF as FJ991, then became N75857.
						Registered G-RJAH Apr 6, 1990.  Reregistered G-DINS Jan 3, 2018.  Airworthy Sep 2018.
				15861/15869 MSN 75-4050/75-4058.  15861/15869 to RAF as FK100/FK108 for use in Canada for Empire Air Training Scheme.  
					Returned to USAF in 1943.
42-15870/15894		Douglas C-53-DO
				MSN 7387/7411.  Contract No DAAC-1047
				15870 (MSN 7387) built at Douglas Santa Monica for USAAF, To USAAF Jul 27, 1942.
					Sold to PAN AM (1944-10/47) as NC30089. For Panair do Brazil (1947-1948) as PP-PCS, as PP-NAZ 
					operated by Navegação Aérea Brasileira.  On Nov 22, 1959 
					after take off from  Santos Dumont, Rio de Janeiro Brazil disappeared over the sea at night, 2 fatal.
				15871 (MSN 7388) to USAAF Jul 24, 1942.  To RFC Apr 28, 1945.  To NC36803 with Pan American in 1947, to XA-HUS 
					with CVMA (Mexicana).  Crashed Sep 28, 1960 on the slopes of a mountain in dense fognear Juchitepec, Mexico.  
					5 passengers, 3 crew killed
				15872 (MSN 7389) to USAAF Jul 26, 1942.  Condemned Sep 28, 1942, Florence, South Carolina
				15873 (MSN 7390) to USAAF Jul 26, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 11Dec42. 34th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Eighth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467).    Accident landing at Hendon (station 575) 
					Jan 22, 1943.  7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany; Headquarters Command,
					used by Embassy Flights; Salzburg, Austria, Geneva, Switzerland, Vienna, Austria.
					Returned to USA Mar 1959.  1001st Air Base Wing, Andrews AFB..  To MASDC Aug 1960.
					Sold from Davis Monthan Aug 20, 1961 - To N87638  Aero American Corp,
					Tucson, AZ 1961 - To N569R Island Creek Coal Co, Huntington, WV - Ontario A/W Inc, Auburn, NY (1966) -
					Roasan Inc, Newport Beach, CA 1967 - E A Sperkula, Long Beach, CA (Jan 1972) Air Rent Inc, Chico, CA -
					Steig AG L (Feb74) Kurfiss Avn (Mar74) - To F-OCUY Helicopter res Hemet Buzzichelli "Chateau de 
					Miniesebes" Apr 17, 1975 Hemet Exploration, Toulouse (1980) - To F-BJBY in 1980.
					Crashed Apr 21, 1981 on flight from Oran to Toulouse.
				15874 (MSN 7391)to USAAF Jul 26, 1942.  W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Idalon AAAF, TX; repaired (?); wfu; 
					to NC33321 Pan American in 1944 - to YV-C-AVX Avensa in 1949 - Crashed Dec 25, 1952 in sea off La Guaccos, 
					Venezuela.  Lost altitude and ditched near shore after taking off.  3 of 5 onboard killed.
				15875 (MSN 7392) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942.  To RFC 12Jan45 - To PJ-ALA KLM (WI Div) "Ala Blanca" Jul 29, 1945 HP-309
					Rutas Aereas Panamenas SA Feb 16, 1961 - wfu after Jul 1974 - HP-729 Valdiaz SA - Chitreana L mid
					1977 - ACASA, Costa Rica. HP-729  Jun 18, 1984 - HI-445 'Budget Rent-A-Plane', Bordas - F Gomez -
					Mar 8, 1985 but noted at Ft Lauderdale Apr 19, 1988 - N90079 Hill Air Co Ine, Ft Lauderdale, FL
					Dec 18, 1986 - North American Aircraft Sales Co bought Jan 14, 1992 - Hill Air Co Inc, Ft Lauderdale
					Was at museum at Clearwater, FL airport.  Now sitting at Wachula, FL airport.
				15876 (MSN 7393) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942.  North Africa Wing ATC Jul 16 1943.  Returned to USA Dec 23, 1944.
					Caribbean Wing ATC.  To RFC Feb 9, 1945 - NC15576 Hawaiian Airlines "12" Lex RFC, B 1949 - N124E Libbey 
					Owens Ford Glass Co, Toledo, OH 1956- A R Dillard Jr, Wichita Falls, TX (1966) - J H Hill, Cypress Hill, 
					TX Sep 1967 - J J Stokes Sr, San Marcos, TX (1973) - M Ohlinger, McAllen, TX RJun 23, 1978.
				15877 (MSN 7394) to USAAF Jul 9, 1942.  To RFC 16Dec44 - To NC33331 Northwest "331" leased Mar45 - Oct 1949 - Knudner 
					Agency Inc, New York - To N28C 1952 - Consolidated Food Corp - To N28U Illinois
					Univ Board of Trustees 1967 - Bi-State Assn Inc, Decatur, IL (Feb 1970) - C T Sweet, Colombia,
					MO 1970 - Southgate State Bank & Trust Co of Kansas Apr 1971 - J E Swann Nov 1971 - To N163E Escort Air
					Taxis Inc-Nevada Las Vegas,,NVR27 Aug 1976-Pacific Nail AW (1980) - Grossman, Beverlv Hills, 
					Nov 17, 1980 - w/o 05Dec82 Burbank, CA (taxiing accident) - fuselage to Las Vegas 14Nov 14, 1983 for use as
					restaurant.
				15878 (MSN 7395) to USAAF Jul 29, 1942.  . Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to 
					Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 11Dec42. Eighth Air Force 3Nov42.  To RFC 0ct 8, 1945 - To NC86586 Colonial A,L - III Camcron Jan54 -
					CC-CLI LAN Chile "211".  CC-CLDQ 1957 -  To CC-CBU - No longer registered.  Rear fuselage used as 
					caravan by circus (1979).
				15879 (MSN 7396) to USAAF Jul 29, 1942.  Survey Jun 14, 1944 - NC33322 Pan American -PP-ICT Panair do Brasil 
					0ct 22, 1947 - PP-NMA Navegacao Aerea Brasileira Aug 7, 1958 - VASP 1962 - To PP-PEE Panair do
					Brasil 0ct 3, 1962 - Crashed Jan 22, 1965 Porto Velho, Brazil.
				15880 (MSN 7397) to USAAF Jul 29, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 23Oct42.   8th AF Oct 25, 1942.  Oran Feb 28, 1943.  
					WFU May 11, 1946.  To I-ENOS Avio Lince Italiane Oct 10, 1947.  To ALI Flotte Riunite Sep 12, 1949, to LAI Feb 25, 1952.
					To Italian AF as MM61818 Nov 18, 1952.  WFU.
				15881 (MSN 7398) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942. 8th AF Nov 3, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, 
					Isle of Lewis, Scotland 11Dec42.  Oran.  Reported condemned Oct 31, 1943 as salvage. 
					Also reported as NC19918
				15882 (MSN 7399) to USAAF Jul 3, 1942.  to NC34950 Mid-Continent Jul 20, 1944 - To Braniff Aug 16, 1952 - 
					Lake Central Airlines Jan 15, 1959 - Houston Avn Prods Corp, Houston, TX Dec 31, 1965 - Space Airfreight 
					Lines, New Orleans, LA 1966 to 1974 - No longer registered.
				15883 (MSN 7400) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942.  On Aug 24, 1944 to NC19928 Northwest Aurkubes ATC44 - Mid-Continent Jan 1949 - 
					Crashed Mar 2, 1951 Sioux City, Iowa.  After a missed ILS approach , the pilot stalled the plane and crashed in poor 
					weather conditions. A stall during a left turn too close to the ground to effect a recovery. Pilot error.  
					3 crew, 13 passengers killed.
				15884 (MSN 7401) to USAAF Aug 13, 1942.  44th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Lawson Field, 
					Fort Benning, GA Sep42. Del Valle AAB, Austin, TX 29Sep42. Mobile Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 10Nov42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 16Nov42.
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, Valencia, Trinidad; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil 19Nov42; 
					Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil 20Nov42; Ascension Island 21Nov42; Accra, Gold Coast 22Nov42.
					Retained at Accra to fly two missions to the Belgian Congo. Continued to Egypt via Kano and Maiduguri, Nigeria; 
					Khartoum, Sudan to Heliopolis, Cairo. Moascar AAB, Ismailia, Egypt 4Dec42. Ninth Air Force, North Africa. 
					Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone at Sicily on 
					Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43; shot down.
				15885 (MSN 7402) to USAAF Aug 13, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 11Dec42. Eighth Air Force 3Nov42. 314th Transport Squadron, 
					31st Air Transport Group, Grove (Station 519).    W/o May 3, 1944 when crashed after an engine fire
					forced landing at RAF Shellingford, England, near Faringdon, UK. 
				15886 (MSN 7403) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942.  to RFC  Dec 21, 1944 - To NC49556 Braniff 1945 - Southern A/W Co - N67SA reregistered
					1958 - Florida Acft Leasing Jul 3, 1967 - Reregistered N872A  - Jack Richards Acft Co - A&H Enterprises Inc
					Leisure l,and Realty Inc, Detroit, MI (Jan 1970) Carolina Acft Corp, Ft Lauderdale, FL (1971)- D&D Food
					Produce Inc, Surfside, FL Feb 1975 - American Piner; Inc. Ft Lauderdale, FL (Mar 1977) - - 
					To N212NW Oct 10, 1978.  N872A reregistered  Oct 1978.  Current 2011.
				15887 (MSN 7404) to USAAF Aug 3, 1942.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Patterson Field, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 11Dec42. Eighth Air Force 3Nov42.  Netherlands/Belgium.  WFU.
					to PP-CCZ Air Carrier Supply Corp for del to Brazil -
					PP-CCZ Cruzeir(i "Caritiana" Mar 19, 1946 cancelled 14Mar 1971 - B/u (fuselage still at Rio-Jacarepagua
					Apr 1974.   Dismantled Feb 1980.
				15888 (MSN 7405) to USAAF Aug 14, 1942.  to RFC May 8, 1945.  to NC12910 with American Airlines May 29, 1944.  
					To War Assets Agency Oct 8, 1947, back to 42-15888 with Army Corps of Engineers, Dallas, Texas in 1961
				15889 (MSN 7406) to USAAF Aug 14, 1942.  to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend-Lease Oct 7, 1942.  Crashed and burned out on landing at Kunming
					Nov 19, 1943.  3 occupants killed.
				15890 (MSN 7407) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942.  To Chinese National Aviation Corp (CNAC) Sep 18, 1942 under Lend-Lease
					as CNAC 58.  Crashed near Naga Hills, China while flying the Hump Apr 7, 1943. 
					The aircraft was en route from Dinjan, India to Kunming, China 7Apr43; it was a routine cargo flight over the Hump on Able 
					route loaded with graphite electrodes destined for an electric smelting furnace in China. As the aircraft climbed high to 
					cross the mountains on the India-Burma border, it started accumulating a heavy load of ice and losing altitude. 
					The pilot called Dinjan and said he couldn’t make it over the border mountains and he needed to return to Dinjan. 
					He turned the the aircraft 180 degrees and proceeded to return to his home base. With the palm of his hand held 
					against the windshield to melt the ice and his face pressed against the glass in an effort to see, the aircraft had 
					no sooner turned when it skimmed across the snow-covered ridge of a mountain. The mountain tore off the engines
					and landing gear, and the aircraft slid to a stop at almost 15,000 ft altitude on a steep slope just below the summit 
					of the mountain. The radio operator was killed in the crash; the pilot and co-pilot were slightly injured.
					After weeks of agonizing travel down the mountain, the pilot and co-pilot eventually reached a tiny tribal village. 
					The Mishmi villagers cared for the pilot and co-pilot until a runner could bring a British survey team to the village, 
					and then the Mishmis helped carry the crew down to the US base at Sadiya, Assam, India.
				15891 (MSN 7408) to US Navy Aug 13, 1942 as BuNo 06992
				15892 (MSN 7409) to US Navy Aug 16, 1942 as BuNo 06993
				15893 (MSN 7410) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 24Dec42. Eighth Air Force 8Jan43. 
					328th Ferrying Squadron, Mediterranean Air Transport Service, Twelfth Air Force, Capodichino, Naples, Italy. 
					Accident taking off at El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia 11Sep44.   Condemned Sep 30, 1944, salvage
				15894 (MSN 7411) to US Navy Aug 28, 1942 as BuNo 06994
42-15895		Interstate XO-63 Grasshopper
				Later redesignated XL-6.
42-15896/16723		Stearman PT-17 Kaydet
				Model A75N1.  MSN 75-4059/75-4886
				15896/16045 loaned to China
					15968 (MSN 75-4131) W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Sadiya, India
					15995 (MSN 75-4158) W/o 7 Jul 1945 at Dikom, India 
					16020 (MSN 75-4183) W/o 31 May 1943 at Dinjan, India
					16033 (MSN 75-4196) W/o 23 Sep 1942 at Karachi AB, India
				16052 (MSN 75-4215) W/o 11 Apr 1943 at Maxwell Field, AL
				16054 (MSN 75-4217) W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Cope, SC
				16066 (MSN 75-4229) registered as N52212. 
				16069 (MSN 75-4232) upgraded with P&W R-985 450hp engine, registered as Standard Acrobatic, N49936, 
					seen flying 12/04/2022 at Massey Aerodrome, MD1,  Maryland
				16074 (MSN 75-4237) W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16082 (MSN 75-4245) 67th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, 
					Embry-Riddle Field, Union City, TN; operated by Riddle Aeronautical Institute. Significantly damaged 
					landing at Kenton, TN 30Jan43. 68th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast 
					Training Center, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN; operated by Georgia Air Services, Inc. Damaged landing 
					at McKellar Auxiliary Field, Deloach, TN 30Aug43. Registered as N57315. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-53; 
					sprayer code 7. Damaged when the lower wing struck a parked aircraft during taxy to takeoff on a sight-seeing 
					flight at Sky Ranch Airport, Carefree, AZ 7Nov81. Reregistered 4Feb04 as N245TF; cancelled 19Feb13 on 
					export to New Zealand. Registered 8May13 as ZK-PJS. Substantially damaged when nosed over onto its 
					back landing in gusting wind conditions at Hawke's Bay (Napier) Airport, Westshore, Napier, North Island, 
					New Zealand 23Feb20. Registration current [Dec20]
				16083 (MSN 75-4246) In US 2004 civil register as N9040R. N942CC Aug 2017. Current 2020 as N909PT  
				16096 (MSN 75-4259) 1942: TOS USAAF and assigned to 74th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment, McBride, MO.
					8/17/43: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at McBride, MO.
					By 7/44: 2563rd Base Unit Contract Pilot School, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. 
					(Women Airforce Service Pilots training plane).  Damaged in landing accident 28 Jul 1944 at Avenger Field, TX; 
					repaired (?); to civil registry 5/53 to current (4/2p22) as N64905
				16097 (MSN 75-4260) W/o 9 Mar 1944 at Clarksdale, MS 
				16107 (MSN 75-4270) Registered N62658 and based at Hurstbourne Tarrant, England.
				16110 (MSN 75-4273) Wfu; to Dominican Rep AF as 25, later 1306 in Aug 1944; wfu 1957
				16111 (MSN 75-4274) W/o 16 May 1943 at Clarksdale, MS.  Was registered as N61356, cancelled Oct 29, 2014.
				16112 (MSN 75-4275) W/o 21 Dec 1942 at Fletcher Field, MS 
				16113 (MSN 75-4276) registeed as N49733
				16118 (MSN 75-4281) to civil registry as N49738
				16127 (MSN 75-4290) W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Fletcher Field, MS 
				16128 (MSN 75-4291) W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Clarksdale, MS 
				16130 (MSN 75-4293) W/o 23 Oct 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16131 (MSN 75-4294) W/o 7 Feb 1943 at Fletcher Field, MS 
				16133 (MSN 75-4296) Registered as N59950. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian 
					Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957-58; sprayer code 205. 
					Registration cancelled. Registered 14Dec98 as N59950; current [Dec20
				16135 (MSN 75-4298) W/o 21 Jun 1944 at Bennetsville, SC 
				16136 (MSN 75-4299) became N55557, then G-BRUJ Apr 6, 1990.  Register G-BRUJ cancelled on June 7, 
					2022 on transfer to Slovak Republic
				16143 (MSN 75-4306) 1942: TOS USAAF.  By 12/44:  2160th AAF Base Unit, Lakeland, FL. 
					12/22/44: Damaged in landing accident at Lakeland.
					By 1964 to current (4/2022): Registered N46997.
				16144 (MSN 75-4307) registered as N53131 after a history of being a
					spray aircraft.  Planned to be displayed in a proposed Glendale
					Aircraft Museum at Glendale APT, AZ
				16149 (MSN 75-4312) registered as N56856
				16150 (MSN 75-4313) W/o 21 Sep 1944 at Tanner AAAF, AL 
				16159 (MSN 75-4322) was registered as N5906N, became N54X, cancelled Nov 8, 1963.
				16167 (MSN 75-4330) Wfu; to N49730
				16168 (MSN 75-4331) to civil registry as N49730.
				16171 (MSN 75-4334) W/o 17 Jul 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
				16174 (MSN 75-4337) to Guatemalan AF.  Used by Escuela Militar de 
					Aviacion.  To TG-DIR-F.  Cancelled
				16175 (MSN 75-4338) 63rd Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast 
					Training Center, Douglas Municipal Airport, GA; operated by the Raymond-Richardson Aviation 
					Company. Code 13. 57th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast 
					Training Center, Taylor Field, Ocala, FL; operated by Greenville Aviation School. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Taylor Field 30Jul43. Registered as N60723. Simsbury Flying 
					Services, Simsbury, CT. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
					spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 94. Medford Air Services, Medford, OR. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New 
					Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 94. Registration expired, cancelled 25Apr13
				16176 (MSN 75-4339) registered as N38979.
				16178 (MSN 75-4341) W/o 28 May 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16179 (MSN 75-4342) W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16184 (MSN 75-4347) W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Americus, GA 
				16187 (MSN 75-4350)	 2160th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Lodwick Field, Lakeland, FL; 
					operated by Lodwick School of Aeronautics. Accident landing at Lodwick Field 24Jan45. 
					Registered as N58680. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952; sprayer code 15. 
					Farmers Air Service, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-56; sprayer code 83. Operated for 
					Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957-58; sprayer code 3. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application spraying potatoes when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed 
					and stalled turning around during a swathe run near Macdoel, CA 30Aug69. Registration 
					cancelled 18Dec81. Registered 12Aug94 as CF-PTB; current [Dec20
				16188 (MSN 75-4351) registered as N93X
				16191 (MSN 75-4354) became N61827.  Registered G-BSDR Apr 6, 1990.
					Reregistered G-IIIG Mar 25, 1991.  Flies in USAAF colors with code 309
				16197 (MSN 75-4360) to civil registry as N49731
				16198 (MSN 75-4361) To N63889 and cancelled on April 11, 2019. Registered on April 12, 2019 as G-CLEN to 
					Thomas William Gilbert, Slough, Berkshire. 
				16199 (MSN 75-4362) W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Union City, TN 
				16201 (MSN 75-4364) 62nd Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, 
					Augustine Field, Jackson, MS; operated by the Mississippi Institute of Aeronautics, Inc. Damaged landing 
					at Augustine Auxiliary Field, Ratliff, MS 19May43. 318th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					Gulf Coast Training Center, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; operated by Pioneer Prince Air Academy. 
					Damaged in an accident with PT-17 42-16664 when taxying at Avenger Auxiliary Field #1, Roscoe, TX 16Dec43. 
					2563rd Base Unit (Women Air Service Pilots), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Avenger Auxiliary Field #2, Roscoe, TX 4May44. Registered as N54653. Marsh Aviation Company, 
					Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
					sprayer code 252. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1958; sprayer code 212. 
					Registration current [Nov20].
				16203 (MSN 75-4366) W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Augustine Field, MS 
				16204 (MSN 75-4367) on civil registry as N59231 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile 
					Museum, Hood River, Oregon.
				16206 (MSN 75-4369) became N58491.  Sold to owner in Mexico Aug 2005.
				16209 (MSN 75-4372)	 69th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, 
					Fletcher Field, Clarksdale, MS; operated by Clarksdale School of Aviation. Damaged in a collision 
					with PT-17 42-16097 landing at Fletcher Field 9Mar44. Registered as N58455. Registration assigned 20Oct52 
					as CF-EQV. Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec. Registered 1953 as CF-EQV. Operated for Canadian Forest 
					Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-58; sprayer code 64. Substantially 
					damaged during aerial application when the engine failed after takeoff and force landed in a plowed field 
					one mile from the Wheeler base in St. Jovite, Quebec 17May58. Wheeler-Northland Airways Ltd., St. Jean, 
					Quebec. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 
					1966-68; sprayer code 64. Registration cancelled
				16211 (MSN 75-4374) crashed from steep turn at low level during solo low flying practice near Lorraine, Texas Jun 20, 1944.
					WASP trainee killed.
				16217 (MSN 75-4380) 1942: TOS USAAF.  By 3/43: 71st AAF Flying Training Detachment, Harrell Field, Camden, AR.
					3/15/43: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Harrell Field.
					1963 to current (4/2022): Registered N62794.
				16220 (MSN 75-4383) W/o 20 May 1943 at Harrell Field, AR 
				16222 (MSN 75-4385) W/o 7 Apr 1943 at Leola, AR 
				16225 (MSN 75-4388) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Beaver Dam AAAF, GA 
				16227 (MSN 75-4390) W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Harrell Field, AR  
				16228 (MSN 75-4391) to Guatemalan AF, used by Escuela Militar de Aviacion.
					To TG-GAN-F.  W/o Oct 2, 1963.
				16232 (MSN 75-4395) W/o 28 Jan 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16234 (MSN 75-4397) W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Douglas, GA 
				16237 (MSN 75-4400) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16238 (MSN 75-4401) to civil registry as N49650
				16239 (MSN 75-4402) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16240 (MSN 75-4403) to user in Jamaca as VP-JAD.  WFu in 1948.
				16241 (MSN 75-4404) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16242 (MSN 75-4405) in 2015 was on display at Jack Erickson/Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR, registered 
					as N65727
				16244 (MSN 75-4407) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16248 (MSN 75-4411) to civil registry as N58233, now registered C-FBBO.
				16261 (MSN 75-4424) W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Eagle Lake, FL 
				16269 (MSN 75-4432) W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Lakeland, FL 
				16271 (MSN 75-4434) registered as N51443.
				16274/16276 (MSN 75-4437/4439) loaned to Cuban AF as 44/46
				16279 (MSN 75-4442) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16280 (MSN 75-4443) W/o 9 Nov 1944 at Athens, AL 
				16283 (MSN 75-4446) W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Camden, SC 
				16294 (MSN 75-4457) W/o 8 Dec 1943 at Avon Park AAAF #1, FL 
				16295 (MSN 75-4458)	 Registered as N54945. Ueding Flying Service, Vincennes, IN. Operated for Canadian 
					Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-54; sprayer code 69. 
					Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1958; sprayer code 20. Crashed and destroyed 
					during aerial application spraying ditch banks when the airplane struck power lines during a swathe 
					run near Mackey, IN 7May69. Based at Frankfurt Egelsbach Airport, Egelsbach, Hesse, Germany [2013]. 
					Registration current [Dec20].
				16296 (MSN 75-4459) 61st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training Center, 
					Avon Park Field, Avon Park, FL; operated by the Lodwick Aviation Military Academy. Damaged landing 
					at Avon Park Field 23Aug43. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost control and stalled at Avon Park 
					Auxiliary Field #1, FL 4Jan44. Registered as N61419. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 101. Substantially damaged during 
					aerial application spraying grain fields when the pilot diverted his attention and the airplane struck
					 terrain turning at the end of a swathe run near Stafford, KS 24Jun75. Registration current [Dec20]
				16299 (MSN 75-4462) to civil registry as N49739.
				16301 (MSN 75-4464) to civil registgry as N49743
				16309 (MSN 75-4472) to civil registry as N55530.
				16313 (MSN 75-4476) is registered N55959.
				16316 (MSN 75-4479) to civil registry as N81DP
				16321 (MSN 75-4484) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to the 54th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment, 
					Dorr Field, Arcadia, FL.  Sep 11, 1943: Damaged in taxi accident at Dorr Field.
					By 1964: Registered N49978.  Aug 12, 02 to current (4/2022): Registered N429AB.
					Beginning 7/31/19: Based in Germany.
				16325 (MSN 75-4488) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to 61st AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					Southeast Training Center, Avon Park, FL. Operated by the Lodwick Aviation Military Academy.
					5/20/44: Written off at Auxiliary Field # 3, Avon Park, AAF, FL.
					By 1964 to current (4/2022): Registered N59472.  Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora Ill, 8-5-95.
				16333 (MSN 75-4496) Current 2020 in US civil register as N62911 
				16338 (MSN 75-4501)  To civil registry in June 1995 as N8256G and to G-KAYD on March 30, 2016.
				16341 (MSN 75-4504) registered asn N49647
				16343 (MSN 75-4506) 1943: TOS USAAF.  3/29/45 until current (4/2022): Registered N49659
				16344 (MSN 75-4507) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16345 (MSN 75-4508) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16346 (MSN 75-4509) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16347 (MSN 75-4510) W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Douglas, GA 
				16349 (MSN 75-4512) W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Albany, GA 
				16354 (MSN 75-4517) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16355 (MSN 75-4518) W/o 26 Jun 1944 at Souther Field, GA.  transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, 
					shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16363 (MSN 75-4526) W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Tuskegee, AL  
				16365 (MSN 75-4528) Accepted by USAAF Feb43. 66th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					Southeast Training Center, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL; operated by the Tuskegee Institute. Damaged in a 
					collision with PT-17 41-25795 landing at Moton Field 24May43. 69th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment 
					(Primary), Southeast Training Center, Fletcher Field, Clarksdale, MS; operated by Clarksdale School of Aviation. 
					Crashed into terrain at Fletcher Field 25Jan44. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. SOC Aug45. 
					Registered as N9634. Registration CF-DQL assigned 13Feb53. Registered 1953 as CF-DQL. Skyway Air Services Ltd., 
					Langley, BC. Subcontracted to Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
					Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-57; sprayer code 82. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled into trees during a turn 
					when he was required to climb slightly higher than normal to avoid the leaders slipstream and clear the 
					terrain 15 km southeast of Grande-Cascapédia, Quebec 13Jun58. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application spraying a field near the Chilliwack fairgrounds when the engine failed caused by fuel 
					contamination during a swathe run, forced landed on the race track and turned over onto its back on 
					soft ground at Chilliwack, British Columbia 8Jul60. Conair Aviation Ltd., Abbotsford, BC. Registration
					 cancelled 12Oct71. Registered as N9634. Hawkins and Power Aviation, Greybull, WY. USAF Museum Loan Program; 
					loaned to 78th Air Base Wing, Robins AFB, GA 1982. Displayed in the atrium of the Eagle Hangar at the Museum of 
					Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner-Robins, GA. Registration cancelled.
				16366 (MSN 75-4529) W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
				16369 (MSN 75-4532) registeed as N62940
				16371 (MSN 75-4534) W/o 27 Sep 1944 at Lakeland Southeast AAAF, FL 
				16373 (MSN 75-4536) W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Lakeland, FL 
				16375 (MSN 75-4538) Apr 1943 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 33.  Used by
					Escuela Militar de Aviacion
				16376 (MSN 75-4539) Apr 1943 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 34.  Used by
					Escuela Militar de Aviacion.  Sold as TG-CEU-42, to TG-CEU-F.
					W/o Nov 26, 1964
				16378 (MSN 75-4541) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16379 (MSN 75-4542) became N51675.  Registered in Canada Oct 19, 2001 as C-GJIK.
				16380 (MSN 75-4543) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945.  
					With Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota
				16383 (MSN 75-4546) W/o 15 Aug 1944 at Van de Graaff Field, AL 
				16388 (MSN 75-4551) on display at March Field Museum, California.  Has civil registration of N49379.
				16390 (MSN 75-4553) W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Albany, GA 
				16391 (MSN 75-4554) became N61593, then TG-PAT
				16393 (MSN 75-4556) was registered as N53467, now registered as N699RA
				16396 (MSN 75-4559) 3/43: TOS USAAF and assigned to Maxwell Air Base, AL.
					By 12/43: 318th AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 31st Flying Training Wing, Avenger Field, 
					Sweetwater, TX. (WASP training plane).   7/45: SOC.
					Ca.1946: Registered N61309 and converted for crop-dusting.  1958: Converted with 450 hp engine.
					1969: Converted back to stock PT-17.
					Feb 2, 1981 to current (4/2022): Registered N222FK.
				16400 (MSN 75-4563) W/o 12 Jul 1944 at Albany, GA 
				16401 (MSN 75-4564) W/o 10 Apr 1945 at Orangeburg, SC 
				16402 (MSN 75-4565) W/o 15 Sep 1944 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				16403 (MSN 75-4566) W/o 27 Jan 1946 at Cananoque, Canada
				16404 (MSN 75-4567) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to 74th AAF Flying Training Detachment, McBride, MO.
					By 11/44: 2148th Base Unit, Carlstrom AAF, FL.
					Nov 6, 1944: Damaged in taxi accident at Moore Auxiliary Field, FL.
					By 1963 to current (4/2022): Registered N63806. Crashed near Crofton MD Dec 19, 1976.  Restored and currrent
					since Nov 24, 2009 with Roberg T Swint of Gnesco, IL.  Registered N63806, Marked as 42-16399
				16409 (MSN 75-4572) became N49777, then N60M.  Registered Oct 5, 2007
					to French user as F-AZNT
				16412 (MSN 75-4575) W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Douglas, GA 
				16417 (MSN 75-4580) was N63711, exported to Brazil in 2009, now PR-ZEH
				16418 (MSN 75-4581) 1943: TOS USAAF.  Unknown date: Unknown owner in El Salvador with c/r YS-345A.
					By 5/51: Registered N156BW.  By 1992 to current (4/2022): Registered N12FR.
				16421 (MSN 75-4584) W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Vichy, MO 
				16425 (MSN 75-4588) W/o 20 May 1944 at Avon Park AAAF #3, FL 
				16427 (MSN 75-4590) W/o 27 May 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16428 (MSN 75-4591) W/o 27 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16432 (MSN 75-4595) W/o 15 Nov 1943 at McBride, MO; repaired (?); wfu; to NC88888 
				16434 (MSN 75-4597) W/o 16 Nov 1943 at McBride, MO 
				16439 (MSN 75-4602) W/o 8 Apr 1944 at Avenger Field, TX 
				16448 (MSN 75-4611) W/o 2 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL.  Is registered N55528.
				16449 (MSN 75-4612) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16451 (MSN 75-4614) W/o 5 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16452 (MSN 75-4615) registered as N49713.
				16453 (MSN 75-4616) W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16455 (MSN 75-4618) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16456 (MSN 75-4619) to WAA.  To civil registration in 1946 as N55718
				16459 (MSN 75-4622) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to the 60th AAF Flying Training Detachment/3rd Air Force,
					Lakeland, FL.  By 5/44: 2160th Base Unit, CPS(P), Lakeland, FL.
					5/19/44: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Haldeman-Elder Auxiliary Field, Lakeland, FL.
					By 1965 to current (4/2022): Registered N67119.
				16460 (MSN 75-4623) Fuerza Aerea Colombiana as FAC50. Pan-Air Corporation, New Orleans, LA, 15May57. 
					Registration N999WY reserved 20Jan72; airworthiness date 27May77. The aircraft participated in the Crete2Cape 
					Town Vintage Air Rally 2016. En route Eldoret (EDL/HKEL) to Nairobi (NBO/HKJK), crashed after engine 
					failure and overturned during the forced landing on a farm at Molo, west of Nakuru, Kenya 26Nov16. 
					The pilot and his daughter were not injured. Registration expired, cancelled 8Jun18
				16461 (MSN 75-4624) was registered N63512, then N450MS, now N450BB.
				16466 (MSN 75-4629) W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
				16470 (MSN 75-4633) used as crop duster after the war.  Rebuilt and resistered Oct 11, 1983
					as N58720.
				16473 (MSN 75-4636) W/o 19 Sep 1944 at Lakeland Northeast AAAF, FL 
				16476 (MSN 75-4639) W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
				16477 (MSN 75-4640) W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Wayside, MS 
				16479 (MSN 75-4642) became N49977.  Reported sold Dec 2007 to
					owner in South Africa, registered as ZS-SEG May 21, 2008.
				16480 (MSN 75-4643) registered as N300E
				16482 (MSN 75-4645) to G-IIYI and used by AeroSuperBatics Wingwalking Team
				16484 (MSN 75-4647) W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Chabua, India 
				16488 (MSN 75-4651) Wfu; to VT-CMJ
				16489 (MSN 75-4652) W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Denning, India 
				16490 (MSN 75-4653) W/o 18 May 1944 in Burma
				16491 (MSN 75-4654) W/o 19 Dec 1944 at Katha Liason Strip, Burma 
				16495/16497 (MSN 75-4658/4660) Lend-Lease to Colombia as 61, 62, 63 in 1943.
				16499 (MSN 75-4662) lost Oct 23, 1944 at Taipha-Ga, Burma.  MACR 9453
				16500 (MSN 75-4663)	 54th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), East Coast Training Center, 
					Dorr Field, Arcadia, FL; operated by Embry-Riddle Corporation. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Dorr Field 19Apr44. Damaged landing same day with different pilot. Registered as N57761. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; 
					sprayer code 26. Modified as A75L300. Registration current [Dec20].
				16504 (MSN 75-4667) W/o 4 Sep 1944 at Douglas, GA 
				16507 (MSN 75-4670) registered as N49658.
				16510 (MSN 75-4673) W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16512 (MSN 75-4675) Registered as N1856M; current [Aug20
				16513 (MSN 75-4676) W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16514 (MSN 75-4677) to civil registry as N49652
				16515 (MSN 75-4678) to civil registry as N49649
				16521 (MSN 75-4684) Wfu; to NC1111
				16523 (MSN 75-4686) to Peru as 860
				16524 (MSN 75-4687) Registered as N9386H. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Medford Air Services, 
					Medford, OR. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
					New Brunswick 1954; sprayer code 101. Simsbury Flying Services, Simsbury, CT. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; 
					sprayer code 101. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1956-58; sprayer code 99. 
					Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1966; sprayer code 425. Registration expired, 
					cancelled 22May13
				16525 (MSN 75-4688) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to 61st AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					Southeast Training Center, Avon Park, FL. Operated by the Lodwick Aviation Military Academy.
					3/15/44: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop.  By 1964: Registered N49944.
					4/00: Schwans Sales Enterprises Inc, Marshall, MN with c/r N801RB  Was Red Baron Pizza plane with 
					civil serial N801RB.  N801RB is still current registration but no longer with Red Baron Pizza:
					Jun 4, 2021: Paramount Overseas Productions Inc, Los Angeles, CA.
				16527 (MSn 75-4690) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to 61st Army Air Force Flying Detachment, Contract 
					Pilot School, Avon Park, FL   7/23/43: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Avon Park bombing range.
					8/43: 318th AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 31st Flying Training Wing, Avenger Field, 
					Sweetwater, TX. (WASP training plane).  Aug 8, 1943: Damaged in accident at Avenger Field.
					By 12/62 to current (4/2022): Registered N55809.
				16531 (MSN 75-4694) to N60688.  Restored, active.
				16532 (MSN 75-4695) became N54280, then YS-272P, then N37744, then
					N17PT, then OO-USN.
				16534 (MSN 75-4697) registered as N61627
				16535 (MSN 75-4698) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16541/16723 (MSN 75-4704/4886) from US Navy BuNo 60582/60764, BuNos cancelled
					16541 (MSN 75-4704) 
					16545 (MSN 75-4708) W/o 26 Oct 1944 at Kunming, China
					16547 (MSN 75-4710) W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Kunming, China
					16552 (MSN 75-4715) W/o 22 Jun 1943 at Clarksdale, MS
					16556 (MSN 75-4719) W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Decatur, AL
					16558 (MSN 75-4721) Registered as N55050; cancelled 4Jan56 on export to Spain. Registered 4Jul56 as EC-AMD. 
						SAASA Servicios Agrícolas Aéreos, S.A. WFU at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. Registration cancelled before 1983. 
						Parts used in rebuild of G-BSGR (MSN 75-4721; previous identity quoted as EC-ATY). Registered 19Jun90 as G-BSGR; 
						cancelled 10Mar99 by UK CAA [alleged identity problems; confusion with MSN 75-6714]. Registered 3Jun94 as N75864 
						as a Boeing/Cox A75-N1 with MSN 75-2101TC; cancelled 31Oct13
					16587 (MSN 75-4750) W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Americus, GA 
					16588 (MSN 75-4751) registered as N61818
					16590 (MSN 75-4753) W/o 25 May 1944 at Woodward Field, SC 
					16592 (MSN 75-4755) W/o 24 Nov 1943 at McBride, MO 
					16596 (MSN 75-4759) Current 2020 in US civil register as N63624 
					16600 (MSN 75-4763) W/o 30 May 1944 at Avon Park AAF, FL.  Listed as being registered as N60961.
					16605 (MSN 75-4768) W/o 9 May 1944 at Madison, AL 
					16608 (MSN 75-4771) W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					16609 (MSN 75-4772) was registered N48573, then N450HP, and now N450JP
					16610 (MSN 75-4773) 12th Flying Training Detachment, Thunderbird Field #2, Scottsdale, AZ; operated 
						by Southwest Airways. Damaged when ground looped landing at Thunderbird Field #2 Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Paradise Valley, AZ 7Apr44. US Navy as BuAer 60651. Registered as N48766. Damaged when the engine 
						failed during takeoff caused by a blocked air intake, the airplane departed the runway and nosed over 
						at Camas, WA 6Oct91. Restoration completed by Big Sky Stearman, Oregon City, OR 2016. Registration current [Nov20].
					16611 (MSN 75-4774) W/o 30 Dec 1945 at Hookstown, PA 
					16612 (MSN 75-4775) became N56418, then G-AROY Jun 6, 1961.  Still
						current on UK registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
					16621 (MSN 75-4784) W/o 1 Jul 1943 at Vichy, MO 
					16625 (MSN 75-4788) 1943: TOS USAAF and assigned to 74th AAF Flying Training Detachment, McBride, MO.
						8/17/43: Damaged in taxi accident.  By 1964 to current (4/2022): Registered N61776
					16631 (MSN 75-4794) W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN
					16632 (MSN 75-4795) was registered as N54936, cancelled Jun 26, 1984 on export to Mexico.
					16633 (MSN 75-4796) was registered N56768, cancelled Jan 31, 2013.
					16634 (MSN 75-4797) W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					16641 (MSN 75-4804) was N49960, then CF-IEC, and now N21EC
					16642 (MSN 75-4805) Registered N55262
					16645 (MSN 75-4808) To Colombia AF as 64 in 1943
					16646 (MSN 75-4809) To Colombia AF as 65 in 1943; w/o 8 Jun 1948
					16647 (MSN 75-4810) To Colombia AF as 66 in 1943
					16648 (MSN 75-4811) To Dominican Rep AF as 10, later 1301 in Apr 1943; wfu 1957
					16649 (MSN 75-4812) To Dominican Rep AF as 11, later 1302 in Apr 1943; wfu 1957
					16650 (MSN 75-4813) To Dominican Rep AF as 12, later 1303 in Apr 1943; wfu 1957
					16651 (MSN 75-4814) W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Americus, GA 
					16655 (MSN 75-4818) W/o 31 Mar 1946 at Arzano, Italy 
					16661 (MSN 75-4824) W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Americus, GA 
					16663 (MSN 75-4826) to civil registry as N55180 and to G-CJIN Mar 31, 2017
					16665 (MSN 74-4828) was N59737, now N467WP
					16675 (MSN 75-4838) to civil registry as N52557 but cancelled Dec 3, 1948 and noted Feb 2012 in Philippines
						as RP-C1923.
					16683 (MSN 75-4846)  64rd Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), East Coast Training Center, 
						Woodward Field, Camden, SC; operated by Southern Aviation School. Damaged landing at Woodward 
						Field 23Dec43. Registered as N56464. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-55; sprayer code 11. 
						Registered as N111Q. Substantially damaged during a ferry flight from Delavan, WI when the pilot 
						lost directional control caused by brake linings saturated with brake fluid and the airplane nosed 
						over landing at Lone Rock, WI 13Jun74. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 25Jun09
					16690 (MSN 75-4853) W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
					16691 (MSN 75-4854) Registered as N62929. Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Registered as CF-MSB. 
						Skyway Air Services Ltd., Langley, BC. Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford, BC. Leased to 
						Skyway Air Services Ltd. Leased to Belize Airservice Ltd., Belize City, British Honduras Jul70. 
						Registered Jul70 in British Honduras as VP-HBN. Registered 28Mar84 as N6028 to Air Force 
						Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH; cancelled 28Mar84. USAF Museum Loan 
						Program 1984; loaned to Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA.   
						Noted in store at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California May 22, 2003
					16692 (MSM 75-4855) W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Union City, TN 
					16695 (MSN 75-4858) 69th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast 
						Training Center, Fletcher Field, Clarksdale, MS; operated by Clarksdale School of Aviation. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Fletcher Field 14Jul43. 10th Army Air Force Flying Training 
						Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Gary Field, Blythe, CA; operated by Morton 
						Air Academy. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gary Auxiliary Field #4, CA 16Mar44. 
						Registered as N53090. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 93. 
						Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1956-57; sprayer code 231. 
						Registration current [Dec20 
					16697 (MSN 75-4860) is registered as N62718.
					16699 (MSN 75-4862) W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Americus, GA 
					16703 (MSN 75-4866)	61st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast Training 
						Center, Avon Park Field, Avon Park, FL; operated by the Lodwick Aviation Military Academy. 
						Crashed into terrain five miles northeast of Avon Park Field 9Oct43. Registered as N64514. 
						North Star Aerial Sprayers, Fairbault, MN. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
						when the engine lost power caused by failure of the master rod and the landing gear collapsed 
						during the forced landing near Waseca, MN 13Aug64. Sky Farmers Aerial Sprayers, Waseca, MN. 
						Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application spraying corn when the spray fan failed 
						causing a fuel leak and fire while pulling up at the end of a swathe run, struck a rock and nosed 
						over during the forced landing near Waseca, MN 12Aug71. Registration current [Dec20].
						Conflict:
						Registered as N75361 with MSN 75-4866A. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer 
						code 269. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1966; sprayer code 450. 
						Air Enterprises Inc, Magnolia, DE. Registration expired, cancelled 2Aug20. Noted hanging from 
						the rafters of a building marked with Air Enterprises titles and configured as a crop-sprayer
					 	[location and date not recorded].
					16706 (MSN 75-4869) to civil registry as NX24
					16709 (MSN 75-4872) W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Camden, SC 
					16717 (MSN 75-4880) W/o 5 May 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
					16718/16723 (MSN 75-4881/4886) Lend Lease to Colombian AF in 1943 as 67/72
						16718 (MSN 75-4881) to Colombian AF as FAC67 and still active Dec 2010.
						16723 (MSN 75-4886) registered as HK-3149-P
42-16724/16845		Stearman PT-17
				MSN 75-4887/5008.  Order cancelled and airplanes redesignated N2S-4 for US Navy as BuNo 60765/60886.  BuNos reassigned as 55650/55771
42-16846/17863		Stearman PT-13D
				Model E75.  MSN 75-5009/75-6026. Stearman Model E75 built to dual standard for USAAF (as PT-13D) 
					and US Navy (as N2S-5). The aircraft were painted with an Army Technical Data Block with USAAF 
					serial and designation; aircraft delivered to the US Navy had the designation N2S-5 and the BuNo painted on the vertical tail as well 
				42-16846/16995	(MSN 75-5009/75-5158)	Assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 60887/61036. Delivered to USAAF; BuNo cancelled
					16983.  Now flying in Australia as VH-YST.
				16846 (MSN 75-5009) to civil registry as N450D
				16854 (MSN 75-5017) was registered as N52967, cancelled Jun 9, 2009 and now registered as F-AZSQ
				16856 (MSN 75-5019)  2160th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Lodwick Field, Lakeland, FL; operated by 
					Lodwick School of Aeronautics. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lakeland Field 24Jan45 
					and 26May45. Registered as CF-OMM. Air Spray Ltd, Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Evergreen Air Services, 
					Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Montreal, Quebec. Substantially damaged during aerial application when 
					the engine lost power caused by fuel exhaustion as a result of a malfunctioning fuel quantity gauge 
					and struck an highway sign post during the forced landing five miles southeast of Peers, Alberta 27May68. 
					Registration cancelled 20Jan70. Registration N4815V assigned 9Oct03 as imported. Restoration 
					completed 2004. Registered 21Jul04 as N4815V; current [Dec20]
				16865 (MSN 75-5028) reportedly ex BuNo 60906.  Became N68979.
					Registered G-ILLE Mar 7, 1990.  Flies in USAAF colors
					with code 379.
				16868 (MSN 75-5031) registered as N2892D
				16869 (MSN 75-5032) became N5379N, later OE-AMM.
				16870 (MSN 75-5033) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60911; w/o 11 Oct 1943 at Tulare, CA 
				16872 (MSN 75-5035)	 3040th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Thunderbird Field #1, Glendale, AZ; 
					operated by Southwest Airways. Damaged when ground looped at Thunderbird Field #1 29Nov44. 
					Damaged landing at Thunderbird Field #1 18May45. Registered as N4825V. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., 
					Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
					New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 51. West Coast Air Service. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
					Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1956. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when the engine failed and force landed on rough terrain 1.5 miles north of Rosehill 
					airstrip, west of Bathurst, New Brunswick 15Jun56. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the pilot landed in a recently planted wheat field to help put out a fire and the airplane nosed 
					over on Long Ranch near Tulelake, CA 25Jun72. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application 
					fertilizing pasture when the engine lost power pulling up at the end of a swathe run and struck 
					trees during the forced landing near Wilbur, OR 22Sep74. Registration cancelled 22Nov74.
				16873 (MSN 75-5036) Current 2020 in US civil register as N68981 
				16878 (MSN 75-5041) 1942: TOS USAAF.  By 9/43: 12th AAF Training Detachment, Paradise Valley Airport, Phoenix, AZ.
					Sep 2, 1943: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Paradise Valley Airport.
					9/15/43: Damaged in landing accident at Paradise Valley Airport.  By 8/44: 3042nd Base Unit, CPS (P), King City, CA.
					Aug 4, 1944: Damaged in landing accident at King City.  By 5/45: 3040th Base Unit, Glendale AAF, AZ.
					May 11, 1945: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Glendale AAF.
					Ca.1960: Atwood Crop Dusters, Salinas, CA with c/r N68982.   4/14/89: New c/r N555BR (current 1/22.)
				16882 (MSN 75-5045) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60923; w/o 6 Oct 1943 at 6 Mi NW Paradise Valley, AZ 
					 Now registerd as N8528N
				16883 (MSN 75-5046) to N1177.
				16889 (MSN 75-5052)	 601st Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged landing 
					at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 22Aug43. 16th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment 
					(Primary), West Coast Training Center, Echeverria Field, Wickenburg, AZ; operated by Claiborne 
					Flight Academy. Accident when the pilot lost control landing at Echeverria Field 11Dec43. 2160th Base 
					Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Lodwick Field, Lakeland, FL; operated by Lodwick School of 
					Aeronautics. Damaged landing at Lodwick Field 20Mar45. Registered as N4780V. PMP Aviation Company, 
					Salem, OR. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 28Aug18. Registered 13Jan55 as CF-IBA. Bradley Air 
					Services Ltd., Carp, Ontario. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray 
					program New Brunswick 1954-58, 1960; sprayer code 74. Registration cancelled 22Jan63. 
					Registered in Honduras as HR-FU-23
				16892 (MSN 75-5055) 1942: TOS USAAF. Assigned 9th AAF Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Gibbs Field, Fort Stockton, TX.
					By 1944: 16th AAF Flying Training Detachment, Echeverria Field, Wickenburg, AZ.  1/31/44: Damaged in ground collision while taxiing, Echeverria Field.
					By 5/45: 2160th Base Unit, Lakeland AAF, FL.  5/30/45: Damaged in landing accident at Lakeland AAF.
					Ca.1956: Registered N68975.  3/18/03: Registered N808RB. (current 1/22)
					With Red Baron Pizza team as N808RB.
				16900 (MSN 75-5063) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60941; w/o 7 Jan 1944 at Condor Field No 2, CA
				16901 (MSN 75-5064) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60942; w/o 7 Jan 1944 at Condor Field No 1, CA; repaired (?); 
					To Phillippine civil registry as PI-C543, RP-C543.  On US civil registry in 1993 as N4036.  Currently
					in New Zealand as ZK-BOE
				16904 (MSN 75-5067) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60945; w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Condor Field No 1, CA 
				16913 (MSN 75-5076) to US civil registry as N68974.  Current.  Restored in late 1980s in 1942 Navy paint scheme.
				16927 (MSN 75-5090) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60968; w/o 16 Dec 1944 at Glendale, AZ 
				16928 (MSN 75-5091) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-R522, RP-$522, RP-C522
				16930 (MSN 75-5093) to civil registry as N5055V, then to G-ERIX
					Mar 9, 1988.  Sold to owner in Belgium Mar 2004.  Registered Mar 18, 2004
					to Flight Incentives NV of Antwerp, Belgium as OO-OPS.  Is reportedly based at Sleap, England.
				16931 (MSN 75-5094) became N4712V.  Noted Jul 2001 at Wessex Aviation and
					Transport, Dorchester, England.  (N4712V) Based at Hardwick, England.
				16933 (MSN 75-5096) Registered as N1148N. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957;
					sprayer code 281. Registration cancelled 7Dec64. Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 2752. 
					Registered as 4X-AIK. Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim Airbase, Beersheba, Israel May94. 
					Exhibited as code 52 [last noted Aug14
				16936 (MSN 75-5099) was registered N68976, N450RT, and now N450D.
				16937 (MSN 75-5100) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-R547, RP-R547
				16939 (MSN-75-5102) On civil register as N4756V and transferred to Antwerp, Belgium on June 11, 2018 for restoration. 
					On March 29, 2018 registered as N777CH to Henricus M. Kempen of Coronado, 
					San Diego. On Matrch 24, 2019 flew from Antwerp to new base at Brasschaat, Belgium. 
				16940 (MSN 75-5103)	 Registered as N4789V. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian 
					Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 291. 
					Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Registration cancelled 17Jun59 on export to Yugoslavia. 
					Registered May59 as YU-BAA to Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (Agricultural Division). WFU; 
					registration cancelled 1962
				16941 (MSN 75-5104) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60982; w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA 
				16944 (MSN 75-5107) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60985; w/o 11 Nov 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA 
				16951 (MSN 75-5114) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60992; w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
				16959 (MSN 75-5122) Current 2020 in US civil register as N46CM 
				16962 (MSN 75-5125) became N1360N, now VH-RMY
				16964 (MSN 75-5127) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61005; w/o 30 Jun 1944 at King City, CA 
				16966 (MSN 75-5129) to US Navy as BuNo 61037.
				16972 (MSN 75-5135) Registered as N1307N. Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
					sprayer code 14. Substantially damaged when the engine lost power caused by fuel exhaustion 
					and struck the roof of a restaurant during the forced landing at Orchards, WA 31Jul86. 
					The pilot reported the engine started running rough near Woodland, Washington and an 
					approach was set up but due to many aircraft in the pattern he elected to go to Scappoose, 
					Oregon (about 10 nm south of Woodland). At Scappoose the pilot noted 'x's' on the runway 
					and decided to try to make it to Evergreen (17 nm southeast of Scappoose). En route to Evergreen
					the engine quit and a forced landing was attempted to Clark County Airport (0S6) Orchards, WA. 
					The aircraft bounced off the roof of a restaurant and came to rest inverted beside the building. 
					The fuel gauge level indicator (cork float) moved freely from the full position to a point (in the gauge) 
					where about 10 gallons would be indicated and became stuck at that point. The pilot reported 
					that the fuel gauge had been 'visually calibrated' at the last annual inspection. Registration current [Dec20]
				16980 (MSN 75-5143)	 10th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training 
					Center, Gary Field, Blythe, CA; operated by Morton Air Academy. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Gary Auxiliary Field #2, Ripley, CA 14Jan44. 3042nd Base Unit (Contract Pilot 
					School, Primary), King City Airport, CA; operated by Palo Alto Airport, Inc. Damaged when nosed 
					over landing at King City Airport 11Aug44. Registered as N1064N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952; 
					sprayer code 16. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing grain fields when the 
					engine lost power caused by fuel contamination at the end of a swathe run and nosed over during 
					the forced landing near Waconda, OR 27May64. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					defoliating cotton when the engine lost power caused by fuel starvation after a hopper tank pump 
					blade failed cutting a fuel line, the airplane nosed over during the forced landing in a field of tall 
					corn at the Bland farm strip near Kerman, CA 22Sep74. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 25Jun09.
				16983 (MSN 75-5146) to US Navy as BuNo 61054.  Now flying in Australia as VH-YST.  Current 201
				16986 (MSN 75-5149) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61027; w/o 18 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC
				16987 (MSN 75-5150) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61028; w/o 29 Jan 1944 at Souza AAAF, CA 
				16991 (MSN 75-5154) to N5000V.  Restored, active, and flies in civil colors.
				16995 (MSN 75-5158)	 2160th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Lodwick Field, Lakeland, FL; 
					operated by Lodwick School of Aeronautics. Accident landing at Lodwick Field 13Mar45 and 24Apr45. 
					Registered as N75867. Aero-Agricultural Service, Garwood, TX. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
					Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 42. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application spraying beans when the engine lost power caused by fuel contamination 
					pulling up at the end of a swathe run and struck trees during the forced landing near Green Cove 
					Springs, FL 10Aug72. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying crops when the pilot 
					failed to obtain flying speed and stalled into trees taking off overloaded and in high temperature
					 at Watson airstrip, Trenton, FL 9Jun73 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled 15Aug73	
				16996/17056  (MSN 75-5159/75-5219)	Delivered to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61037/61097. 
					17001 (MSN 75-5164) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61042; wfu; to N1391V; to ZK-RDK in Feb 2009
					17002 (MSN 75-5165) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61043; wfu; to civil registry as N1927M
					17005 (MSN 75-5168) to US Navy as BuNo 61046.  wfu; to N66035; to CF-RAF; preserved at Reynolds 
						Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Canada as FJ876
					17009 (MSN 75-5172) to civil registry as N52143.
					17023 (MSN 75-5186) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61064; wfu; preserved at NASM, Chantilly, VA
				17057/17063 (MSN 75-5220/5226) Assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61098/61104. Delivered to USAAF; BuNos cancelled
					17057  (MSN 75-5220)	5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged landing at Gary Field, 
						Blythe, CA 14Jan44. 2160th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Lodwick Field, Lakeland, FL; 
						operated by Lodwick School of Aeronautics. Force landed after engine failure at Lodwick Field 20Jul45. 
						Registered as N68468. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 116. 
						Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing crops when the engine lost power
						caused by fuel contamination and nosed over during the forced landing near Santa Paula, CA 23Jan64. 
						Registration cancelled 10Apr91
					17059 (MSN 75-5222) current as N5222.  Noted Jul 9 2011 at Genesso Airshow, New Yor and in July 2015 was based
					at Ska-Edeby, Stockholm, Sweden.
				17064/17079 (MSN 75-5227/75-5242)	Delivered to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61105/61120
				17080/17095 (MSN 75-5243/5248) from US Navy BuNo 61121/61136.  BuNos cancelled.
					17080 (MSN 75-5243)	7th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training 
						Center, Ventura County Field, Oxnard, CA; operated by Mira Loma Flight Academy. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ventura County Field 28Feb44. Registered as N5028V. Kenneth L. Bemis, 
						Brawley, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program
						New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 19. Registration cancelled 25Jan71
					17082 (MSN 75-5245) w/o 21 Jul 1944 at War Eagle Field, CA 
					17084 (MSN 75-5247) 3043rd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA; 
						operated by Mira Loma Flight Academy. Damaged when ground looped at War Eagle Field 19Feb45. 
						Registered as N4826V. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 56. 
						Substantially damaged by fire during aerial application spraying cotton when the pilot encountered
						turbulence from his previous turn and collided with the crop during a swathe run near El Centro, CA 2Jul66. 
						Registered 30Apr92 as C-FMUT; cancelled 3Jul07. Registered 25Apr08 as N10KP; current [Dec20]. 
					17091 (MSN 75-5254) w/o 18 Jan 1944 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
					17093 (MSN 75-5256)	 2164th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary) (Colored), Moton Field, 
						Tuskegee, AL; operated by Tuskegee Institute. Ground looped at Moton Field 11Jun45 and 14Jun45. 
						Accident landing at Moton Field 27Jun45. Registered 29Apr55 as CF-IAD. Air Spray Ltd, Wetaskiwin, 
						Alberta. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1957-58; sprayer code 68. Crashed and destroyed during crop spraying when 
						the pilot failed to maintain flying speed, stalled turning around during a swathe run, dived into 
						the ground and turned onto its back near Tempest, 15 miles east of Lethbridge, Alberta 14Jul59 
						(pilot killed). Registration cancelled 21Jun60
					17094 (MSN 75-5257)	 2164th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary) (Colored), Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL; 
						operated by Tuskegee Institute. Force landed after engine failure six miles northeast of Columbus, GA 
						25Mar45. Registered as N1308N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 15. Registration cancelled
					17095 (MSN 75-5258)	 Registered as N52968. Holyfield Flying Service, Sikeston, MO. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 86. 
						Crashed and destroyed during aerial application when the pilot lost control and stalled into trees 
						during a swathe run near Holtville, New Brunswick 18Jun66. Five aircraft were spraying in a 
						stepped-up echelon formation and making a 180 degree turn when the accident happened. 
						The formation turn was too low for the accident pilot to recover from the loss of airspeed 
						when he ran into the propeller wake from preceding airplanes. The airplane crashed into the 
						trees while in a steep left bank and struck the ground nose down and on its side. Registration current [Dec20].
				17096 (MSN 75-5259) to US Navy as BuNo 61137.
				17097/17101 (MSN 75-5260/75-5264) Assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61138/61142. Delivered to USAAF; BuNo cancelled
					17097 (MSN 75-5260) ex BuNo 61138.  registered as N68488.
					17100 (MSN 75-5263) ex BuNo 61139.  w/o 9 Jan 1945 at York, AL 
					17101 (MSN 75-5264) ex BuNo 61140.  3045th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Cal-Aero Field, Chino, Ontario, CA;
						operated by Cal-Aero Academy. Damaged when nosed over landing at Chino Auxiliary Field, Fuller, CA 
						19Sep44. 3043rd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA; operated by 
						Mira Loma Flight Academy. Accident landing at Lancaster Auxiliary Field #1, Rosamond, CA 21Mar45. 
						Registered as N4742V. Farmers Air Service, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection
						Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 6. Substantially damaged 
						during instructional training when the student pilot failed to maintain directional control during 
						landing and the right wheel struck a hole next to the runway at Kingsley Field Airport, Klamath Falls, 
						OR 24May73. Registration expired, cancelled 7Jul17.
				17102/17114 (MSN 75-5265/5277) delivered to US Navy as N2S5 BuNo 61143/61155
				17115/17134 (MSN 75-5278/5297) assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61156/61175.  Delivered to USAAF.  BuNos cancelled
					17119 (MSN 75-5282) w/o 28 Apr 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
					17121 (MSN 75-5284) w/o 30 Jan 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
					17129 (MSN 75-5292)  Later registered N3998B and converted for crop dusting. In National Agricultural 
						Aviation Museum, Jackson, MS, USA 13. January 2023.
					17130 (MSN 75-5293) registered as N1066N
				17135/17149 (MSN 75-5298/5312 to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61176/61190
				17150/17182 (MSN 75-5313/5345) assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61191/61223.  Delivered to USAAF, BuNos cancelled.	
					17151 (MSN 75-5314) became N2208C.  Registration SE-MDM reserved Oct 21, 2008, taken
						up May 12, 32009
					17152 (MSN 75-5315) , wears C-GPTD at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton ON
						12th October 2011
					17158  (MSN 75-5321) 3039th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Eagle Field, Dos Palos, CA; operated by Coast 
						Aviation Corporation. Damaged landing at Eagle Field 8Jun44. Registered as N1309N. Farm-Air
						Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 6. PMP Aviation Company, Salem, OR. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1956. Crashed and 
						destroyed by fire during aerial application when the engine lost power immediately after takeoff 
						and force landed ¼ north of the runway at Sevogle airstrip, New Brunswick 23Jun56. 
						Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17
					17159 (MSN 75-5322) to N5272N, N131TP, D-EPTD.
					17160 (MSN 75-5323)  Registered as N53399. Farmers Air Service, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 2. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying grain fields when the pilot
						failed to obtain flying speed with an overloaded airplane and high density altitude, stalled during the 
						climb after takeoff and struck a pole near Newell, CA 6Jun69. Substantially damaged during aerial 
						application spraying grain fields when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and stalled turning 
						around during a swathe run near Klamath Falls, OR 28Jun74 (1INJ). Registration cancelled 6Sep74
					17161 (MSN 75-5324) registered as N4808V
					17163 (MSN 75-5326) to civil registry as N4813V and joined the Vintage Flying Museum collection at Meacham Regional
						Airport, Fort Worth, Texas in Oct 2014. Now with American Airpower Heritige Flying Museum
					17169 (MSN 75-5332) w/o 20 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC
					17173 (MSN 75-5336) registered as N1137N
					17176 (MSN 75-5339) was registered N3717C, cancelled Jul 10, 2012.
					17179 (MSN 75-5342) w/o 22 Jun 1944 at King City, CA 
					17182 (MSN 75-5345) became N68489, then HB-RBG
				17183 (NSN 75-5346) delivered to US Navy N2S-5 BuNo 61224
				17184/17190 (MSN 75-5347/5353) assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61225/61231.  Deliered to USAAF, BuNos cancelled
					17188 (MSN 75-5351) restored and flying as N5010V in blue/yellow USAAC colors, coded 629.
				17191/17199 (MSN 75-5354/5362) to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61232/61240
				17200/17219 (MSN 75-5363/5382) assigned to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61241/61260.  Delivered to USAAF.  BuNos cancelled
					17201 (MSN 75-5364) Ca.1943: TOS USAAF.  By 7/44: 3042nd AAF Base Unit, CPS(P), King City, CA.
						Damaged 4 Jul 1944 in landing accident at King City Airport, King City, CA 
						By 4/45: 3040th AAF Base Unit, Glendale AAF, AZ.  Apr 5, 1945: Damaged in landing accident at 
						Glendale AAF.By 1963:Registered N3994B (current 1/22)
					17207 (MSN 75-5370) 3040th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Thunderbird Field #1, Glendale, AZ; 
						Operated by Southwest Airways. Damaged landing at Thunderbird Field #1 17Apr45. Registered as N4812V. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 279. After the 1957 operations had ended, eleven planes were returning to the U.S. from Charlo 
						airstrip in the northern part of New Brunswick when five planes were forced down near Penniac, just north 
						of Fredericton, NB 5Jul57. All the pilots escaped serious injury as heavy fog and fuel exhaustion were the 
						main cause of the accident. Two of the aircraft were extensively damaged. The squadron was headed to 
						Fredericton Municipal Airport to refuel but the airfield was fogged in. They were over Penniac when one 
						plane was forced down in a field. This was one of two Stearmans which circled over the field until the pilot 
						signaled that he was OK. These two then ran out of fuel and force landed near Charters Settlement; 
						one landed on highway 28 while this plane landed safely in a nearby field. Two other planes were forced 
						down along the St. John River, but the rest of the squadron returned to the Taxes airstrip in New Brunswick. 
						Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying beans when the airplane nosed over landing on a 
						soft, wet prepared landing area near Walla Walla, WA 7May65. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
						spraying crops when a propeller blade failed and separated pulling up at the end of a swathe run and struck 
						a fence during the forced landing near Homedale, ID 9Jul65. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
						spraying fruit orchards when the engine lost power caused by fuel exhaustion (the fuel tank filler cap was missing) 
						pulling up from a swathe run and struck trees during the forced landing near Medford, OR 28Feb69. 
						Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 30Dec19.
					17208 (MSN 75-5371) was registered as N3996B. Registration cancelled 10/17/12, plane exported to France
					17210 (MSN 75-5373) registered as N4783V
					17215 (MSN 75-5378) w/o 13 Mar 1945 at Glendale AAF, AZ
					17216 (MSN 75-5379) registered as N5176N 
				17220/17226 (MSN 75-5383/5389) to US Navy as N2S-5 BuNo 61261/61267
				17227/17863 (MSN 75-5390/6026) assigned to US Navy as BuNo 61268/61904.  Delivered to USAF as 41-17227/17863.
					BuNos were cancelled
					17227 (MSN 75-5390) w/o 13 Mar 1945 at Glendale AAF, AZ 
					17228 (MSN 75-5391)	 Registered as N5013V. Vince Dusters, Buttonwillow, CA. Sub-contracted to Marsh Aviation Company, 
						Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 302. Registered 11Jan96 as N9073S. Reregistered 20Nov01 as N555JW; current [Dec20]
					17231 (MSN 75-5394)	Registered as N1262N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
						spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-55; sprayer code 8. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 26Jun09
					17241 (MSN 75-5404) w/o 4 Sep 1944 at Reedley, CA 
					17250 (MSN 75-5413) in 1983 modified with P&W R-985 engine and registered N75855. Falsely marked PT-17 41-8275 
						in War Eagles Air Museum at Dona Ana Airport, Santa Teresa, NM, USA in 2017
					17276 (MSN 75-5439) to civil registry as N5180N, registered Apr 2004
						to Austrian user as OE-CTW
					17277 (MSN 75-5440) Ca.1943: TOS USAAF.  By 2/45: 3050th AAF Base Unit, Tulare, CA.  Feb 6, 1945: Damaged when ground looped during landing at Tulare.
						By 4/47: Randolph Field, TX.  4/18/47: Damaged in accident at Davenport Auxiliary Field, TX.  By 1963:Registered N3994B (current 1/22)
					17280 (MSN 75-5443)	3051st Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Sequoia Field, Visalia, CA; operated by 
						Visalia-Dinuba School of Aeronautics. Damaged landing at Sequoia Field 1Jun44. Registered as N4758V. 
						Farmers Air Service, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
						budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 7. Substantially damaged during aerial 
						application when the engine lost power caused by fuel exhaustion during a run to inspect crops and 
						nosed over during the forced landing on soft ground at Winterhaven, CA 4Mar70. Crashed and destroyed
						by fire during aerial application spraying lettuce when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and 
						stalled starting a swathe run near Parker, AZ 1Feb77 (pilot killed). Registration expired, cancelled 31May17
					17284 (MSN 75-5447)	2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Accident at 
						Goodfellow Field 24May46. Registered as N4881N. Tri-Valley Dusters, Holtville, CA. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 52. 
						Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application spraying grain fields when the airplane struck 
						power lines during a swathe run near Holtville, CA 25May66 (pilot killed). Registration cancelled.
					17288 (MSN 75-5451) registered as N713BP
					17289 (MSN 75-5452) w/o 20 Jun 1944 at Sequoia Field, CA 
					17291 (MSN 75-5454)	 Registered as N75868. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-53; sprayer code 43.
						Aero-Agricultural Service, Garwood, TX. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 
						1954-56; sprayer code 43. Registration expired, cancelled 5Jun13. Registered 7Nov14 as N75868. 
						Registration expired, cancelled 24Apr18. Registered 4Jun18 as N75868; current [Dec20]
					17292 (MSN 75-5455) was registered as N4793V
					17295 (MSN 75-5458) registered as N10LF
					17298 (MSN 75-5461, N75KM) on display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland IAP, CA.
					17302 registered as N9051N
					17306 (MSN 75-5469) Registered as N4811V. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 20. 
						Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 11. 
						Wenatchee Air Service, Wenatchee, WA; sprayer code 22. Used for fire-fighting on the Tumwater Canyon fire, 
						Leavenworth, Washington. WFU; stripped frame noted at Fancher Field, Wenatchee Apr85. Frame taken to 
						South Miami, FL Jan88 for restoration; still stored unrestored Jun17. Registered 30Jun92 as N48116; current [Dec20].
					17310 (MSN 75-5473) is registered as N3955B and based in Czech Republic
					17311 (MSN 75-5474) registered as N317PT
					17313 (MSN 75-5476) Accepted by USAAF 5Apr44; delivered to USAAF 12Apr44 to Visalia, CA
						Assigned to 3050th Base Unit, Rankin, Tulare, CA 22Aug44
						Assigned to 3008th Base Unit, Minter, CA 28Jun45
						Assigned to 3044th Base Unit, Williams, Mesa, CA 6Aug45
						Assigned to 3024th Base Unit, Marana, AZ 5Sep45
						Assigned to 4135th Base Unit, Hill, UT 3Oct45 for storage
						Assigned to Air Material Command, Hill, UT 31Mar47 remaining in storage
						Assigned to Civil Air Patrol 18Apr49; assignment cancelled 31May49. Reclaimed 2Jun49; 
							remained at Hill AFB; BoS from USAF, Hill AFB 28Nov62
						Registration N9721Z allocated 4Jul62; cancelled
						To civil registry as N4993B Sep 21, 1978 but cancelled Jul 19, 1996.  To EC-AST then reregistered
							Jan 29, 2016 as G-EDMK
					17327 (MSN 75-5490) registered as N4866V
					17332 (MSN 75-5495)	3050th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated by 
						Rankin Aeronautical Academy. Accident landing at Rankin Field 2May45. Registered as N58978. 
						Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 288. Substantially damaged during a test for aerial 
						application when the spray boom struck the ground during takeoff from a county road and the airplane 
						overturned near Kennewick, WA 22Apr76. Crashed and destroyed by fire when the engine failed during 
						climb after takeoff and struck a fence during the forced landing near Colusa, CA 26Aug78. 
						Registration revoked 25Mar78, cancelled 21Feb13
					17335 (MSN 75-5498) became N4889U, then EC-AJM, registration N126SE reserved
						but ntu.  Registered May 2006 as OE-AJM
					17338 (MSN 75-5501) w/o 5 Jun 1946 at Randolph Field , TX 
					17342 (MSN 75-5505) not delivered to US Navy
					17347 (MSN 75-5510) 1943: TOS USAAF.  By 2/45: 3050th AAF Base Unit, Tulare AAF, CA.
						2/19/45: Damaged landing Rankin Field, Tulare, CA.  By 7/71: Registered N121R  (current 1/22)
						By 9/71: Converted to Boeing/Hughes Super Stearman with 650 hp engine. 
					17349 (MSN 75-5512) w/o 17 May 1945 at Tulare, CA 
					17350 (MSN 75-5513) to civil registry as N4657V, then EC-AIF.  Still flying in Spain.
					17354 (MSN 75-5517) Registered as N1316N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952; sprayer code 18. 
						Crashed and destroyed by fire during aerial application when the engine lost power during a swathe run 
						and struck trees during the forced landing near Portage Lake, New Brunswick 17Jun52. During the 
						spraying operation, the engine lost about 800rpm and carburettor heat was immediately applied 
						without effect and the airplane began to lose altitude. The spray pump valve was opened to jettison 
						the load. A turn away from the ridge was attempted but the pilot realised he could not come out of it 
						and attempted to make a landing uphill. The airplane was too low and hit trees whereupon it immediately 
						caught fire. The pilot had just changed airplanes, the two airplanes having carburettor heat controls 
						working in opposite directions; other pilots advise that carburettor heat was required during the spraying 
						operation. Registration cancelled 1Aug52
					17359 (MSN 75-5522) at Planes of Fame East, Minnesota registered as N5359N.  Now at Palm Springs
						Air Museum.
					17365 (MSN 75-5528) on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB in 2009
					17371 (MSN 75-5534) w/o 17 Jul 1946 at Sayer, TX 
					17372 (MSN 75-5535) on German civil registry as D-ECAL in 2012.
					17373 (MSN 75-5536) was registered N4739V, then N804RB, cancelled Apr 30, 1996.
					17377 (MSN 75-5540) delivered to USAAF; [NOT delivered to US Navy]; registered N4738V; registered G-BTZM 13Dec91, 
						cancelled 17Feb92 on export to France; registered F-AZIC 10Dec97, current [Oct16]
					17389 (MSN 75-5552) Registered as N4769V. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-53; sprayer code 14. Farmers Air Service, 
						Klamath Falls, Oregon 1957. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 8. 
						Crashed and destroyed during aerial application when the pilot diverted his attention from operation of the 
						airplane and struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run near the Stradder ranch, Glide, OR 16Sep71. 
						Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying potatoes when the pilot was unable to maintain directional
						control caused by a local whirlwind during landing and ground looped at Klamath Falls Airport, OR 23Jul75. 
						Crashed and destroyed during aerial application defoliating sage when the airplane struck trees en route 
						to treat the crop on the Beamer Ranch near John Day, OR 16Jun78 (pilot killed). Registration revoked 29Apr78, 
						cancelled 6Aug12.
					17390 (MSN 75-5553)	2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Accident at San Marcos Auxiliary Field, TX 1Feb47.  Registered as N68456. Quaadman Dusters, Corcoran, CA. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-57; 
						sprayer code 32. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot misjudged his approach 
						and landing distance, applied heavy braking and the airplane nosed over onto its back at Nictau airstrip, 
						New Brunswick 26Jun57. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing cotton when the landing 
						gear collapsed during takeoff from Rimditch near Bakersfield, CA 7Oct64. Garriott Crop Dusting Inc., 
						Bakersfield, CA. Registered as N261N. Substantially damaged during a practice aerial application spraying 
						cotton with water when the airplane struck the crop during a swathe run near Bakersfield, CA 29Aug73 (pilot killed). 
						Registered as N181RF. Substantially damaged when the engine lost power caused by the pilot’s improper 
						use of the throttle on approach to Terry Thompson Airport, Zanesville, OH 23Apr93. The pilot was high 
						and about five miles out on the approach when he pulled the throttle to idle and continued toward the 
						runway. When he realized he was low, he advanced the throttle; however, there was no response from 
						the engine. The pilot made a forced landing in a wooded area. Registration expired, cancelled 4Sep18. 
						Registered 13Nov18 as N181RF; current [Dec20
					17391 (MSN 75-5554) was registered N5009V, N17PY, N17PT, back to N17PY. Crashed Apr 28, 2016, 
						registration cancelled Jul 25, 2016.
					17393 (MSN 75-5556)	3043rd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA; operated by 
						Mira Loma Flight Academy. Accident landing in bad weather at War Eagle Field 5Feb45. Registered as N4774V. 
						Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 293. Gandy Flying Service Caruthers, CA. Operated as 
						Western Spray Chemical Corporation, Caruthers, CA. Rebuilt with high-lift 4412 metal wings and a 
						metal-skinned fuselage. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying crops when the engine 
						lost power caused by a cylinder failure pulling up at the end of a swathe run and nosed over on rough 
						ground during the forced landing near Fresno, CA 27Aug66 (1INJ). Substantially damaged during aerial 
						application spraying cotton when the landing gear collapsed after striking an irrigation pipe and overturned 
						landing at the McCarthy farm strip near Kettleman City, CA 8Aug69. Registered as N143JS; current [Dec20].
					17396 (MSN 75-5559) w/o 15 Jun 1945 at War Eagle Field, CA 
					17397 (MSN 75-5560) became N5021V, then N17112.  Registered
						G-BSWC Nov 16, 1990.  Flies in USAAF colors with code 112.  Seen in Staverton, UK Jun 2005.  Crashed
						approximately 2006.  Reported still active at Staverton Apr 7, 2015
					17399 (MSN 75-5562) registered as N54749
					17400 (MSN 75-5563) Registered 21Oct49 as N5833N to the Michigan Wing Civil Air Patrol, 
						East Lansing, MI; cancelled 25May60. Parts used in rebuild of MSN 75-8375 [BuAer 43281] 
						by Doug Arnold at Blackbushe, England c.1980. G-AWLO registered with MSN 75-5563; current [Aug20]. 
					17405 (MSN 75-5568) 1943: TOS USAAF  By 1964:  Registered N3953 (current 1/22).
					17408 (MSN 75-5571) w/o 25 Mar 1947 at Martindale Aux Field , TX 
					17414 (MSN 75-5577) w/o 24 Jul 1945 at Allendale, SC 
					17415 (MSN 75-5578) w/o 12 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
					17418 (MSN 75-5581)	2160th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Lodwick Field, Lakeland, FL; operated by 
						Lodwick School of Aeronautics. Accident landing at Lodwick Field 7Feb45 and 12Jun45. Registered as N1558M. 
						Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 261. Registered in Honduras as HR-FU-48. Mid Continent 
						Aerial Sprayers Inc., Hayti, MO. Registration cancelled 13Sep65
					17426 (MSN 75-5589)	Registered as N68458. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 36. Quaadman 
						Dusters, Corcoran, CA. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1954-57; sprayer code 36. 
						Quaadman Dusters, Corcoran, CA. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17.
					17432 (MSN 75-5595) was registered N1351N, cancelled May 12, 2010 and exported to Brazil, now registered PR-ZGA
					17433 (MSN 75-5596) w/o 22 Aug 1944 at War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA 
					17435 (MSN 75-5598) Registered as N5057V. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 113. 
						Substantially damaged during aerial application when the airplane nosed over landing on rough ground 
						near Wasco, CA 11Feb65. Operated by AeroSuperBatics Ltd, Rencomb, Cirencester, England as a display 
						and wing-walking team in UK and worldwide. Successive sponsors were: Yugo Cars; Cadbury’s Crunchie [1992/98]; 
						St Ivel Utterly Butterly [1999/07]; Guinot [2008/09]; Breitling [2010/17]. Registration current [Dec20].
					17438 (MSN 75-5601) Accepted by USAAF 1Jun44. 3043rd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), 
						War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA; operated by Mira Loma Flight Academy. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at War Eagle Field 9Oct44. Damaged landing at War Eagle Field 9Feb45 and 7Mar45. SOC. 
						Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Sold 30Nov49. Registered as N1318N. Conversion to 
						Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-1 (450 hp) at Serve Aero, California 1951. Quaadman Dusters, Corcoran, CA. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-58; 
						sprayer code 31. Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying rice when the pilot failed to 
						maintain flying speed as the airplane flew through its own propeller was and stalled turning around 
						during a swathe run near Williams, CA 13Jul67. Bought from Springfield, Missouri 1989. Shipped to 
						Germany in a container 1990. Rebuilt and restored; first post-restoration flight 19Apr92. Based at Merzbrück 
						Airport, Broichweiden, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Registration cancelled 12Mar09 on
						 export to Austria. Registered as OE-AKJ; current [Dec20]. Based in Germany
					17440 (MSN 75-5603) registered as N54JH
					17441 (MSN 75-5604) was registered as N1322N, now N450ST.
					17446 (MSN 75-5609)	 Registered as N5015V. Vince Dusters, Buttonwillow, CA. Registered 6Aug56 to 
						Budd Aero Inc, Dinuba, CA. Sub-contracted to Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 301. Registration cancelled 29Jun70.
					17452 (MSN 75-5615)	2162nd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Hawthorne Field, Orangeburg, SC; 
						operated by Hawthorne School of Aeronautics. Damaged landing at Hawthorne Field 8Oct45.
						Registered as N68461. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
						Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 34. Quaadman Dusters, 
						Corcoran, CA. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1954-58; sprayer code 34. 
						Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot braked his plane too suddenly to 
						avoid collision with another aircraft, and it turned over onto its back at Patapedia airstrip in the 
						Patapedia River valley, Quebec 28May54. Wing parts were brought in from Toronto, repairs were 
						made on the spot, and the damaged plane was back in action in five days. Substantially damaged 
						during aerial application spraying corn when the engine lost power caused by fuel exhaustion and 
						nosed over during the forced landing on wet, soft ground near Hallwood, VA 27May75. Based at 
						Lelystad Airport, Netherlands 2008. Restoration at Antwerp, Belgium [Aug19]. Registration current [Dec20].
					17456 flying in Yellowknife, NWT as C-GVTI, painted as a Navy N2S-3.
					17457 (MSN 75-5620) became N5883, then N520BD,then N620BD.  Sold
						June 2008 to owner in Australia and registered Jun 30, 2008 as VH-DNN
					17461 (MSN 75-5624) became N53398 then N2894D.  Registered to Gwane
						Holdings P/L of Camden as VH-SXT.
					17463 (MSN 75-5626) w/o 11 Oct 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
					17466 (MSN 75-5629). Became NC88ZK, later N88ZK
					17469 (MSN 75-5632) Registered as N5190N. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 242.
						Substantially damaged during aerobatics when the engine lost power caused by fuel exhaustion 
						and a wing struck a tree during the forced landing near Ocala, FL 29Sep87. Registration current [Dec20].
					17477 (MSN 75-5640) w/o 22 Sep 1944 at Fuller AAAF, CA 
					17485 (MSN 75-5648) was registered N4812N, cancelled Nov 23, 2004, exported to Indonesia
					17486 (MSN 75-5649) To civil register as N75266.and on August 3, 2012 as N74PH with Gary M. Halverson, 
						Richmond, Texas. Current with Michael L. Hall, Houston, Texas.
					17488 (MSN 75-5651) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-R542, RP-R542
					17489 (MSN 75-5652) to Philippine civil registry as PI-R540, later RP-R540.  by 1979 had become RP-C540 on 
						Phillippine civil registry
					17491 (MSN 75-5654) 1944: TOS USAAF.  By 3/45: 3043rd Army Air Force Base Unit, War Eagle Field, CA.  Registered as N68832
					17493 (MSN 75-5656) became N5358N. Then became F-AZHR (registration
						F-AZJS originally reserved but NTU.  Now in Musee Volant Salis, La Ferte-Alais, Cerny, France falsely
						marked at US Navy N2S-3 4273.
					17496 (MSN 75-5659) assigned to 3050th AAFBU at Rankin
						Field, Tulare, California.  Damaged landing at Strathmore Auxiliary Field, Tulare Mar 9, 1945.  
						Damaged in accident landing at Rankin Field Apr 3, 1945.  Sold as surplus Aug 1945.  Registered N5367N, cancelled
						Apr 8, 2005 on export to France.  Registered Jul 26, 2005 to French user as F-AZSZ.
					17505 (MSN 75-5668) painted at the factory with BuNo 52886.  Aircraft went to the Army
						and the BuNo was painted out.
					17507 (MSN 75-5670) registered as N713WW.
					17511 (MSN 75-5674) w/o 2 Nov 1944 at Dos Palos AAAF, CA
					17512 (MSN 75-5675) Current 2020 in US civil register as N4878N 
					17513 (MSN 75-5676) registered as N4864N
					17518 (MSN 75-5681) wfu; to N68828; w/o 4 May 2014 at Travis AFB  
					17522 (MSN 75-5685) Registered as N1152N. Pillar Air Service. Operated for Canadian Forest 
						Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-56; sprayer code 37. 
						Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957-58; sprayer code 15. 
						Registration cancelled 5Jun73
					17523 (MSN 75-5681) to civil registry as N68828.  Destroyed when it impacted runway during an aerial
						demostration flight at Travis AFB May 4, 2014.  Pilot killed.
					17535 (MSn 75-5698) registered as N5363N
					17538 (MSN 75-5701) Ca.1944: TOS USAAF.   By 3/45: 3043rd Army Air Force Base Unit, War Eagle Field, CA.  Registered N68827
					17546 (MSN 75-5709) w/o 20 Mar 1947 at Martinez, TX 
					17551 (MSN 75-5714) became N5084N, then G-BPMD Mar 1, 1989, then OO-DBM Feb 16, 1994.
					17553 (MSN 75-5716) Registered as N1731B. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian 
						Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-54, 1956; sprayer code 21. 
						Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; sprayer code 13. 
						Substantially damaged during aerial application spraying grain fields when the engine lost power pulling 
						up at the end of a swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing on wet, soft ground near 
						Shoshone, ID 17Jun74. Substantially damaged when the pilot lost directional control during landing, 
						ground looped, damaging the left wing and propeller at Chino Airport (CNO) Chino, CA 3May92. 
						Based at Compton Abbas, Dorset, England. Registration current [Dec20]
					17555 (MSN 75-5718) on civil registry as N5345N.  (N5345N) Based at Tibenham, England.
					17558 (MSN 75-5721) w/o 31 Dec 1945 at Crandfield, OK 
					17559 (MSN 75-5722) delivered to USAAF Jul 21, 1944
					17560 (MSN 75-5723) delivered to USAAF 22Jul44; noted in Boeing publicity photographs in US Navy colors
				 		marked as BuNo 52941; Jones AAF, Bonham, TX 22Jul44; 2532nd Base Unit, Randolph, TX; 
						accident 27Sep46; Remained in ATC hands until 1949.  registered N5204N Jul/Aug49, cancelled 19Aug70
					17561 (MSN 75-5722) delivered to USAAF Jul 22, 1944.  Jones AAF, Bonham, TX Jul 22, 1944
					17572 (MSN 75-5735) w/o 20 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #6 , TX 
					17573 (MSN 75-5736) 2566th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary) Garner Field, Uvalde, TX; operated by 
						Hangar Six, Incorporated. Ground looped landing at Garner Auxiliary Field #3, Knippa, TX 7Jan45. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Take off 
						accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #2, Cade, TX 6Jun46. 3539th Base Unit (Technical School), Langley 
						Field, Hampton, VA. Registered as N2PP. Resident at Air Zoo, Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, 
						Kalamazoo, MI. The Stearman ground looped while landing at the Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International 
						Airport, Kalamazoo, Michigan 26Jun99. It was substantially damaged. The pilot made a normal three 
						point landing without any wind correction required. The beginning of the landing roll was straight 
						on the runway, but within a very short period the aircraft began to veer sharply to the left. Corrective 
						action with full right rudder had no effect in stopping the excursion which very rapidly developed 
						into a skid from which the pilot could not recover. The airplane turned approximately 180-degrees 
						prior to coming to rest. The right main landing gear collapsed, and the right wings and wings struts 
						were bent. Permanently grounded for museum display only 1999. Restored to airworthy condition c2003. 
						Markings Applied: 202, U.S. NAVY 202, 5736, N2S-5. This is the first Stearman registered as N2PP. The second, 
						N2S-4 BuAer 29981, MSN 75-3412, is also owned by the same person. When the PT-13D was retired from 
						flying, the owner wanted to keep the N-number active so reregistered the N2S-4. It is also painted 
						exactly as this one is; even though marked the same, these are two completely different airplanes. 
						Registered 21Mar03 as N28PU; current [Nov20]. Exhibited at Air Zoo, Kalamazoo/Battle Creek 
						International Airport, Kalamazoo, M.
					17576 (MSN 75-5739)	2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
						Accident in collision with parked PT-13D 42-17253 while taxying at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Lane, TX 15Oct45. Registered as N5192N. American Dusting Company. Sub-contracted to Marsh Aviation 
						Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 244. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the 
						engine lost power immediately after takeoff and destroyed both wings during the forced landing 
						on rough ground near the Taxis air strip, New Brunswick 9Jun57. Registered 21May58 as CF-KQJ. 
						Northcana Ltd., Toronto, Ontario. Sub-contracted to Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec. 
						Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1958; sprayer code 54. Crashed and destroyed 
						during aerial application in a forced landing after takeoff from a private airstrip operated by 
						Northcana at Little Rapids, Ontario 25Apr61. During the initial climb, the pilot’s vision became 
						obscured by venting fuel and the aircraft crashed shortly after. The fuel sight gauge located on 
						the underside of the upper wing centre section fractured, allowing fuel to escape into the airstream. 
						Though the pilot was wearing protective goggles, he found his vision badly obscured. He considered 
						that the fuel supply would quickly become exhausted and attempted a shallow left turn to return 
						to the airstrip. The aircraft stalled during the turn and the left wing dropped. Recovery was made 
						but the aircraft touched down on soft ground and the undercarriage came in contact with a fallen 
						tree trunk, which caused the aircraft to overturn. Registration cancelled 22Aug62.
					17577 (MSN 75-5740) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C442, RP-C442
					17579 (MSN 75-5742) 2566th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Garner Field, Uvalde, TX; 
						operated by Hangar Six, Inc. Ground looped at Garner Field 19Apr45. Registered as N1312N. 
						Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1952-53; sprayer code 12. Reregistered as N175PR. Reregistered Nov93 
						as N1312N; current [Dec20].
					17581 (MSN 75-5744) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), Terrell Field, TX; 
						operated by Terrell Aviation School. Accident six miles NNW of Terrell 17Aug45. Registered as N68455.
						Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 35. Quaadman Dusters, Corcoran, CA. Operated for 
						Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957-58; sprayer code 35. Registered 9Aug65 as N259N to 
						Garriott Crop Dusting Inc., Bakersfield, CA; expired, cancelled 18Oct12. Registered as PI-C448 to 
						Pacific Airways Corporation, Manila, Philippines. Reregistered 1973 as RP-C448
					17583 (MSN 75-5746) was registered N416PL, cancelled Dec 3, 2014.
					17590 (MSN 75-5753)	Accident at Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX 2Sep47. Registered as N1712B. Sprayair Ltd., 
						Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 68. Registration current [Dec20].
					17591 (MSN 75-5754) Registered as N5186N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
						when the airplane nosed over landing on soft, wet ground at Chickasha, OK 29May70. 
						Crashed during aerial application when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a 
						swathe run and nosed over during the forced landing at Erick, OK 1May82. Registered 30Dec86 
						to Air Museum, later Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA.  Registration current [Aug20]
					17592 (MSM 75-5755) 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
						Accident taxying at Sheppard Field 28Aug45. Registered as N1728B. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-55; 
						sprayer code 19. Registration cancelled 13Oct55 on export to Peru
					17598 (MSN 75-5761) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C416, RP-C416
					17606 (MSN 75-5769) w/o 1 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow Aux #4 , TX 
					17607 (MSN 75-5770) Ca.1944: TOS USAAF.  By 12/45: 2533rd AAF Base Unit, Goodfellow Field, TX. Accrep
						Dec 6, 1945: Damaged in landing accident at Goodfellow Field. 
						Mar y, 1946: Damaged when ground looped at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #6. Registered N79650
					17608 (MSN 75-5771) was registered as N1707B, cancelled Sep 18, 2009.
					17617 (MSN 75-5780) registered as N5196N
					17628 (MSN 75-5791) w/o 5 Jun 1946 at Randolph Field , TX 
					17630 (MSN 75-5793) Was registered N58982, cancelled Sep 13, 1989.  To VH-JQY.
					17636 (MSN 75-5799) w/o 16 Mar 1945 at Uvalde, TX 
					17640 (MSN 75-5803) Registered as N3995B. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray 
						program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 421. Registration cancelled 24Nov72
					17642 (MSN 75-5805) to N75667, then N3922B. (N3922B) Based at Tibenham, England.
					17644 (MSN 75-5807)	Registered as N1074N. Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; sprayer code 4. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program Quebec 1958; sprayer code 44. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; 
						sprayer code 83. Registration current [Dec20]
					17646 (MSN 75-5809) became N5323N.  Sold Jun 2008 to owner in Austria
					17651 (MSN 75-5814)	2566th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Garner Field, Uvalde, TX; 
						operated by Hangar Six, Inc. Accident landing at Garner Auxiliary Field #3, Knippa, TX 19Apr45. Registered as N4787V. 
						Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray 
						program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 41. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., Sacramento, CA. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; sprayer code 358. 
						Golden Wings Advertising Inc, Albuquerque, NM. The airplane was substantially damaged during landing at 
						Taos, New Mexico 11May96. When the pilot turned on final approach, the wind caused the airplane to 
						drift slightly right of the runway centerline. He corrected and made a normal wheel landing. As speed 
						dissipated and the tail wheel settled to the ground, the airplane shuddered slightly. It suddenly veered 
						to the right and the right wing rose. Full right aileron and left rudder were applied but to no avail. The left 
						brake was applied and locked but the airplane continued to veer right. The left wing contacted the 
						runway and the airplane went off the right side of the runway into soft dirt, shearing off the left main
						 landing gear. A dust devil had been seen on the south side of the airport just before the accident occurred. 
						The airplane was substantially damaged during landing at Cottonwood Airport (P52) Cottonwood, AZ 17May09. 
						The pilot and passenger were conducting a cross country flight from San Diego, CA to Albuquerque, NM. 
						The flight included a fuel stop at Blythe, CA prior to proceeding to an additional fuel stop in Cottonwood, AZ. 
						During the landing at Cottonwood airport the pilot reported that there was a gust of wind that tilted the 
						aircraft to the left resulting in a clipping of the left wing on the runway. It resulted in the aircraft veering 
						off the runway to the left, coming to rest in soft soil and causing major structural damage to the bottom 
						left wing, including the spar and several ribs. Registration current [Dec20].
					17653 (MSN 75-5816) w/o 1 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #4, TX 
					17655 (MSN 75-5818)	 Registered as N1331N. PMP Aviation Company, Salem, OR. Registration revoked 14Jan77, 
						cancelled 4May19. Registered 13Jan55 as CF-HXZ. Bradley Air Services Ltd., Carp, Ontario; sprayer code 70. 
						Registered 18Apr58 to Spartan Air Services (Eastern) Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya. Registered 29Jan59 to 
						Airspray (EA) Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya. Registration cancelled 14Oct60. Registered as VP-KOS. Crashed 23Dec61. 
						Registration cancelled 13Jun62
					17658 (MSN 75-5821) wfu; to N4760V; current 2012 
					17659 (MSN 75-5822) w/o 21 May 1946 at Wall, TX 
					17660 (MSN 75-5823)	2566th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Garner Field, Uvalde, TX; 
						operated by Hangar Six, Inc. Accident landing at Garner Field 4Jun45. Registered as N1065N. Farm-Air Company, 
						West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 121. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1954-55; 
						sprayer code 1. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1956-58; sprayer code 121. 
						To celebrate the arrival of the Grumman Avenger for Canadian Forest Protection, this Stearman was 
						posed beside Avenger CF-IMX #507 of Skyway Air Services at Fredericton Municipal Airport, probably on 28May58. 
						Crashed and destroyed by fire during a forced landing after the airplane collided with a bird which 
						fractured the fuel sight gauge glass near Silver Springs, NV 7Apr81. Registration cancelled
					17662 (NSN 75-5825) registered as N43JM
					17668 (MSN 75-5831) to Peru as 975
					17676 (MSN 75-5839)	 Registered as N5216N. Russell Dusting Company, San Antonio, TX. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 48. Registration cancelled 17Jan79
					17677 (MSN 75-5840) registered N3718C
					17681 (MSN 75-5844) 2566th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Garner Field, Uvalde, TX; 
						operated by Hangar Six, Inc. Ground looped at Garner Field 29Jan45. 2533rd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Accident landing at Goodfellow 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Wall, TX 30Aug45. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #8, Davenport, TX 25Jan47. 
						Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #2, Cade, TX 28Mar47. Registered as N1723B. 
						Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm 
						spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 18. Registration cancelled 9Sep88. 
						Registered 14Sep88 as SE-KFT. Substantially damaged when the airplane nosed over landing 
						on a wet runway at Viared Airport, Boras 13Jun99. The plane had landed long and passed 
						behind an Antonov An-2 with the engine running which was parked on the taxyway about 
						25 meters from the edge of the main runway and with the tail section facing the runway. 
						Witnesses to the field perceived the engine power as relatively high. Registration cancelled 5May10. 
						Registered 7May10 as D-EMDV; current [Sep20]. Based at Bienrode Airport, Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany
					17682 (MSN 75-5845) Registered as N4786V. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for 
						Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 283.
						Registration current [Dec20
					17685 (MSN 75-5848) Registered as N1310N. Arizona Aviation, Safford, AZ. Sub-contracted to Central Aircraft Inc., 
						Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1952; sprayer code 6. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1953; 
						sprayer code 26. Arizona Aviation, Safford, AZ. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray
						program 1954-56; sprayer code 28. One of two Stearmans owned by Arizona Aviation and ferried 
						to Canada 1955. From Safford, Arizona, the Stearmans flew via Socorro, New Mexico, up to Albuquerque, 
						then east to Liberal, Kansas, where they stopped for fuel. It was necessary to stop every 150 miles for fuel, 
						which was 1.5 hours of flying time with a 30-minute reserve. They spent the night at Ashland, Kansas, 
						and the next day made it to Sandusky, Ohio. They had five days to make rendezvous at Watertown, 
						New York, with all the other Stearmans on the project. It was at Watertown where the airplanes 
						were inspected by Canadian DOT [Department of Transportation] officials. After that, they flew up 
						the St. Lawrence River to Montreal then Rimouski, Quebec, where they met with the Chief Pilots of 
						Forest Protection Limited. They then proceeded under escort to the Nictau airstrip, New Brunswick 
						which was the base of operations for the 1955 project and also the place where the spray systems 
						on each airplane were checked and calibrated. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957; 
						sprayer code 29. Noted stored dismantled at Casa Grande Municipal Airport, Casa Grande, AZ Mar01. 
						Noted derelict at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ 2007. Registration expired, cancelled 11Apr13.
					17686 (MSN 75-5849) 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
						Accident at Goodfellow Field 1May46. Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #2, Cade, TX 21Jan47. 
						Registered as N1729B. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Subcontracted to Wheeler Airlines Ltd., 
						St. Jovite, Quebec. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1954-56; sprayer code 20. Substantially damaged during a ferry flight when the 
						engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion and force landed behind La Crèche St Vincent de Paul
						orphanage in Upper Town, Quebec City, 27Jun55. The plane was one of six headed for Aéroport 
						de l'Ancienne Lorette, Quebec City after spraying DDT over the forests of Quebec. Baxter Aircraft Inc., 
						Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
						New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 10. Registration cancelled 19Jun08 on export to Austria. 
						Registered 23Jul13 as N1729B; not taken up, cancelled 28Feb14. Registered 1Apr15 as N1729B. 
						Resident at Aérodrome d'Épernay, Plivot, Marne, France. Registration current [Dec20]
					17687 (MSN 75-5850) Registered N75328
					17696 (MSN 75-5859) Ca.1944: TOS USAAF.
						Unknown date: 3706th AAF Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, TXBy 1/45: 2566th AAF Base Unit, 
							Garner Field (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Uvalde, TX.
						1/18/45: Damaged in landing accident at Garner Field.   By 5/47: 2532nd AAF Base Unit, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX.
						5/14/47: Damaged in accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #2, Cade, TX.  By 1/64: Registered N75864
						11/19/85: Registered N99AN
					17701 (MSN 75-5864) 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX 12Oct44. 
						2618th Base Unit (Pilot School, Liaison, FA), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Civil Air Patrol, Bryan AFB, TX Mar48. 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Pyote AFB, TX. 
						Registered Jul56 as N1944S. Displayed at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, CO. 
						Antique/Classic Grand Champion, EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh, WI 1990. 
						Sale reported to Amsterdam, Netherlands 29Oct09, current [Mar20]. Based at Texel, Netherlands
					17704 (MSN 75-5867) registered as N72AA
					17714 (MSN 75-5877) registered as N4593N.  Displayed at Discovery Park of America, Union Cityh, TN
					17722 (MSN 75-5885) w/o 30 Jan 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
					17724 (MSN 75-5887) on display at Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center Museum, Dulles Airport marked as 18303.  
						Civil registry of NC36360.
					17725 (MSN 75-5888) w/o 28 Apr 1945 at Tuskegee AAF, AL 
					17730 (MSN 75-5893) registered as N5810V.
					17735 (MSN 75-5898) w/o 27 May 1946 at Rawlins, WY 
					17739 (MSN 75-5902) By 4/47: 2532nd Base Unit, Randolph Field, TX.  
						4/16/47: Landing accident with ground loop at Randolph Field.
						UNK: Unknown owner in Guatemala with c/r TG-GAK-F
						5/15/74: Eugene Littlefield with c/r N62885.
						By 1982: 450 hp engine installed
						1/14/97: C/r N62885 cancelled.
						1/27/97: South Africa with c/r ZU-BED
					17742 (MSN 75-5905) wfu,  to N7800C.  Converted to agricultural use.  
						Photographed in 1982, deregistered in 2007.
					17746 flying in Australia as VH-HCJ
					17763 (MSN 75-5926) to civil registry as N5279N.  On display at Planes of Fame Museum, Valle, Arizona
					17770 (MSN 75-5933)	 2162nd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Hawthorne Field, Orangeburg, SC; 
						operated by Hawthorne School of Aeronautics. Damaged landing at Hawthorne Field 27Jan45. 
						Registered as N1724B. Baxter Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
						spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 9. Registration cancelled 18May65
					17773 (MSN 75-5936) Current 2020 in US civil register as N4813N
					17775 (MSN 75-5938) w/o 22 May 1945 at Hawthorne School of Aeronautics, SC 
					17776 (MSN 75-5939) Accident at Randolph Auxiliary Field #2, Cade, TX 29Jul47. Registered as N5214N. 
						Aero-Agricultural Service, Garwood, TX. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
						budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955-57; sprayer code 40. Crashed and destroyed by fire 
						when the airplane struck a bird and nosed over during the forced landing near Normangee, TX 5Dec64. 
						Registration cancelled 15Nov72
					17779 (MSN 75-5942) registered as N4592N
					17780 (MSN 75-5943) To civil register as N75857 to Louie W. Roepke at Long Beach, California but cancelled
						on March 16, 1956. Noted Oct 2005 in Fred E. Weisbrod Aircraft/International B-24 Museum,
						Pueblo, CO.  Apparently a composite airframe.
					17782 to civil registry as N4596N
					17786 (MSN 75-5949). According to CAA data this aircraft became BuNo 38728 
						(which I list as part of a cancelled lot), then N16716 and then G-BRTK 
						Nov 29, 1989. It apparently donated some components to the airframe at the
						American Air Museum, Duxford, UK which is now quoted as 'mainly' CF-EQS!  
						Registration G-BRTK cancelled by CAA Dec 9, 2008
					17797 (MSN 75-5960) 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
						Ground looped at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #1, Oates, TX 23Mar45. Accident taking off from Goodfellow 
						Auxiliary Field #5, Pullium, TX 10Jun46. Registered as N5195N. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
						Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
						sprayer code 245. Crashed and destroyed during aerial application spraying crops when the pilot failed 
						to maintain flying speed and stalled turning around during a swathe run near Rotan, TX 16May76. 
						The airplane was substantially damaged when it impacted terrain while maneuvering near Happy Jack, 
						approximately 35 miles southeast of flagstaff, Arizona 4Aug09. The private pilot was killed and his 
						passenger/owner sustained serious injuries. The cross-country flight originated from Cottonwood, Arizona, 
						about 30 minutes prior to the accident; the planned destination was Holbrook, Arizona. The passenger 
						reported that the airplane would not gain altitude and that they were trying to catch some thermals 
						but still unable to gain altitude. During cruise flight, the airplane was at an altitude of about 1,700 feet 
						above ground level. The pilot decided to turn around because the airplane was not gaining altitude. 
						The passenger stated that his head was down looking at a chart as they turned and when he looked up, 
						they were going down fast and then he blacked out. Registration current [Dec20.
					17799 (MSN 75-5962)was registered as N754853, now registered as N478CC
					17800 (MSN 75-5963) The last Kaydet, delivered as a special PT-13D fitted at USAAF request with an 
						electrical system, radio, and additional instrumentation. Following a special factory rollout ceremony Feb45, 
						the airplane was used by Headquarters personnel of the USAAF's Midwest Procurement District which was 
						in Wichita. After the war, when it became desirable to have a Kaydet at the Stearman plant for company use, 
						a special effort was made to obtain this particular Kaydet rather than buy one on the surplus market. 
						Registered 9Nov45 as N41766 to Boeing Airplane Co., Wichita, KS; cancelled 10Jul72. Lettering proclaimed
						it to be the 10,346th Kaydet [sic], the last of the many. It was used at Wichita for utility and publicity 
						purposes for 13 years before it was donated to the US Air Force Museum, Patterson Field, Dayton, Ohio. 
						To cap his long association with Stearman biplanes, J.E. Schaefer, Boeing Vice President, rode from 
						Wichita to Dayton on the last company-conducted biplane flight to make the presentation. The museum 
						accepted the plane 28Sep58. Displayed at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, 
						Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH.
					17812 (MSN 75-5975) Ca.1/45: TOS USAAF.  1945: 2533rd AAF Base Unit, Goodfellow Field, TX.
						Dec 3, 1945: Damaged in landing accident at Goodfellow Field.  By 5/63: Registered N77636.
						By 1979: Registered N520HT.  8/88: Registered N1666W.  Oct 4, 1995 to current registered N1941E
					17822 (MSN 75-5985) 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. 
						Accident landing at Goodfellow Field 15Mar45. Damaged taxying at Randolph Auxiliary Field #2, Cade, TX 20Aug47. 
						Registered as N5274N. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
						Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 243. Registration cancelled 23May07. 
						Registered 14Aug08 as N5274N. Reregistered 26Apr19 as N8884P. Resident at Trier-Föhren Airport, Germany. 
						Registration current [Dec20].
					17826 (MSN 75-5989) Ca.1/45: TOS USAAF and assigned to 2533rd AAF Base Unit, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX.
						12/20/45: Damaged elevator in ground accident at Goodfellow Field.  By 5/66: Registered N5325N.
						3/29/99: C/r N5325N cancelled. Exported to Turkey in 1999.  Unknown owner in Istanbul - Hezarfen with c/r TC-OZT.
					17827 (MSN 75-5990) Ca.1/45: TOS USAAF and assigned to 2533rd AAF Base Unit, Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX.
						4/14/45: Damaged in landing accident at Goodfellow Field.  5/28/45: Damaged in landing accident at Goodfellow Field.
						3/16/72: Registered N5178N (current 2/22)
					17830 (MSN 75-5993) w/o 7 Feb 1946 at Wall, TX 
					17832 (MSN 75-5995) w/o 12 Mar 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF, TX 
					17834 (MSN 75-5997) w/o 9 Mar 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #5, TX 
					17837 (MSN 75-6000) w/o 28 Jan 1946 at Wall, TX 
					17838 (MSN 75-6001) Registered as Boeing E75 N3929B with Eastern Stearman Inc, Leesburg, Virginia 
						and noted at Abbeville, France in May 2019. 
					17841 (MSN 75-6004) on civil registry as N4870M and active at Chambersburg, PA Sep 2015.
					17842 (MSN 75-6005) was N1717B, cancelled Jul 1, 1980.
					17855 (MSN 75-6018) on civil registry as N43YP
42-17864/18245		Stearman PT-13D
					MSn 75-6027/6408.  Contract cancelled.
42-18246/18545		Bell P-39N-1-BE Airacobra
				18276/18285,18287/18296,18298/18300,18302/18305,18310,
					18327,18466,18485/18545 to P-39N-2
				18246 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at Ward's Drome, Gualdalcanal 
				18249 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				18251 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Ward's Drome, Gualdalcanal
				18258 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 79
				18260 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 80
				18269 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Bouloupari, Guadalcanal
				18276 to Free French AF
				18284 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18288 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 23 Apr 1944 at Oak Grove, OR 
				18289 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 5 May 1943 at Carthage, TN 
				18290 (TP-39N) crashed 15 mi SW of Victorville AAB, CA on training mission Sep 6, 1944.
					Pilot killed.
				18291 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 22 Feb 1944 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
				18292 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 4 Jun 1943 at Laguna Oriental, Mexico 
				18294 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 18 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18301 to USSR
				18304 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 16 Oct 1943 at Hampton, TN
				18305 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 19 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA
				18317 (350th FG, 347th FS) bellylanded at Monastir Aerodrome, Algeria Jun 15, 1943.
				18331 (350th FG, 347th FS) wingtip hit water and crashed into sea 85 mi NW of Taher,
					Algeria Aug 24, 1943.  MACR 14563.  Pilot killed.
				18341 to Free French AF
				18351 to Free French AF
				18355 to Free French AF
				18357 (92nd FS, 81st FG) lost Oct 16, 1943, Mediterranean.  MACR 982
				18358 to Free French AF
				18362 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Capodichino, Italy 
				18365 to Free French AF
				18368 to Free French AF
				18370 (350th FG) lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 4097
				18371 to Free French AF.  W/o 15 Jun 1943 at Monastir, Algeria
				18372 W/o 23 Jun 1944 in Adriatic Sea
				18373 W/o 9 Mar 1944 in Italy
				18376 to Free French AF
				18377 W/o 16 Apr 1944 at Capodichino, Italy 
				18380 to Free French AF
				18382 (350th FG) lost Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 5369
				18383 to Free French AF.  DBR Oct 6, 1944 when engine failed during landing
					at Reghaia, Algeria.  Pilot unhurt.
				18386 to Free French AF
				18389 to Free French AF
				18391 to Free French AF
				18393 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Maison Blanche, Algeria 
				18395 to Free French AF
				18400 (35th FG, 41st FS) crashed on takeoff at Nadzab, New Guinea
					Dec 2, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				18404 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at La Joya, Panama 
				18403 recovered 1974 from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea.  Reported at Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA 1974-1993.
					(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				18408 recovered 1974 from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea.  Reported at Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA 1974-1993.
					(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				18410 (35th FG) lost Oct 16, 1943.  MACR 1250
				18414 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Bayport, FL 
				18417 W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers AAF, FL 
				18420 W/o 14 May 1943 at Pine Park, GA 
				18421 W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Venice AAB, FL 
				18422 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers AAF, FL 
				18423 W/o 21 Mar 1943 at Pekin, NY 
				18425 W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Murfreesboro, TN 
				18428 W/o 18 Oct 1943 at France Field, Panama
				18431 W/o 23 Nov 1943 at Chame, Panama
				18432 W/o 17 Oct 1943 in Caribbean Sea
				18437 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Anton, Panama
				18440 W/o 20 Jun 1943 at Chame, Panama
				18443 W/o 26 Jun 1943 at San Carlos, Panama
				18444 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Limon Bay, Panama Canal Zone
				18447 W/o 21 May 1944 at 32 miles from Victorville AAF, CA 
				18451 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at Point Trinidad, Panama 
				18454 W/o 10 Oct 1944 at Yturria, TX 
				18456 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Walterboro, SC 
				18457 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Venice AAB, FL 
				18460 W/o 15 Aug 1943 at Venice AAF, FL 
				18461 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Page Field, FL 
				18463 W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers, FL 
				18464 W/o 3 Jul 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Casey Key, FL 
				18466 converted to P-39N-2.  Attached to 339 FGB, 504 FBS at Rice AAF, CA.  On Sep 25, 1943
					damaged in taxi accident at Rice Field, CA.  Damaged Jan 10, 1944 in collision with a
					tow target 25 mi NE of Rice Field.  In midair collision with P-39D 41-6870 2 mi SW of Rice
					Field, CA Feb 17, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				18468 W/o 25 Sep 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				18469 W/o 1 Aug 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Venice AAF, FL 
				18471 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				18472 W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Davis, CA 
				18474 W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Petaluma, CA 
				18475 W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Concord, CA 
				18477 W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Camp Beak, CA 
				18479 W/o 6 Nov 1943 at Suisun Bay, CA 
				18480 W/o 10 Jan 1944 at Cheyenne, WY 
				18481 W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Camp Cooke, CA
				18482 W/o 16 Mar 1944 at Key Field, MS 
				18483 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Hayward, CA 
				18485 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 Jul 1943 at Shelbyville, TN 
				18487 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18489 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 31 Aug 1943 at Redmond, OR 
				18490 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 30 Aug 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18491 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 27 Aug 1943 at Elser Field, LA 
				18492 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 24 Mar 1944 at Key Field, MS 
				18493 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 May 1943 at Lloyd, FL 
				18494 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Jul 1943 at Bainbridge, GA 
				18498 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 17 Jun 1943 at Coffee Ridge, TN 
				18499 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 19 Jul 1943 at Camp Campbell, KY 
				18501 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 7 Aug 1943 at Brooks Field 
				18502 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 24 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18503 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Jun 1943 at Dickson, TN 
				18504 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 10 Jan 1944 at Porterville, MS 
				18506 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Sep 1943 at Collinsville, MS 
				18508 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 14 Nov 1943 at Fairfax Field, KS 
				18509 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 3 Jun 1943 at Allegheny Co Airport, PA 
				18511 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				18513 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18514 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 4 Jun 1943 at Laguna Oriental, Mexico 
				18517 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 20 Aug 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
				18518 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Smithville, TN 
				18519 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 16 Jul 1943 at San Carols, Panama
				18522 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 7 Jul 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
				18523 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 1 Nov 1943 at Waller Field, Trinidad
				18525 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 12 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18529 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 3 Jun 1943 at 2 Mi WNW Greensboro Arpt 
				18530 crashed Sep 29 1943 8 mi NW of Aiken AAF, SC after entered
					uncontrollable spin while on routine training mission.
					Pilot killed.
				18531 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 26 Aug 1943 at Matagorda Peninsula, TX 
				18534 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 6 Apr 1944 at Salton Sea, CA 
				18535 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Aug 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18537 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Oct 1943 at Key Field, MS 
				18539 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 9 Jul 1943 at Into Flint Rock, FL 
				18540 crashed near Victorville, CA Jul 1944.  Pilot killed.
				18542 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 10 Sep 1943 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone 
42-18546/19240		Bell P-39N-5-BE Airacobra
				18676/18681,18712/18725,18768,18818,18829,18831,18841,
					18857,18870,18876/18879,18881,18882,18884,18887,
					18889/18896,18899/18907,18909/18921,18923/18925,
					18927/18933,18935/18941,18947,19043 to P-39N-6.
				18546 to USSR
				18547 recovered from New Guinea by David Tallichet in early 1970s.  To Planes of Fame.
				18548/18675 to USSR
					18578 To USSR (ntu); w/o 18 May 1943 at Lethbridge, Canada 
					18584 To USSR (ntu); w/o 15 May 1943 at Whitehorse, Canada
					18624 To USSR (ntu); w/o 16 May 1943 at Watson Lake, Canada
				18676 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 23 Mar 1944 at Victorville AAF, Victorville, CA 
				18679 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 11 May 1944 at Marshall Field, KS 
				18680 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 8 Jul 1943 at 5 1/2 Mi SE Brooks Field, TX 
				18682/18711 to USSR
				18712 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 22 Aug 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
				18713 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 21 Nov 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18715 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 8 Jun 1943 at Campbell AAF, KY 
				18716 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 18 May 1943 at Leon Springs, TX 
				18718 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 18 Aug 1943 at Desert Center AAB, CA 
				18721 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Morton, MS 
				18722 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 14 Jun 1943 at Camp Coxcomb, CA 
				18723 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 23 Feb 1944 at Thermal AAF, CA 
				18726/18756 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory
					18739 to French AF.  Lost to icing Feb 9, 1944 during patrol off
						Algeria.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
					18740 to French AF.  Collided with 41-18741 during patrol off Port-aux-Poules,
						Algeria Jan 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was lost at sea.
					18741 to French AF.  Collided with 41-18740 during patrol off Port-aux-Poules,
						Algeria Jan 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
					18743 to French AF.  Crashed Jan 22, 1944 near Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul,
						Algeria.
					18750 to French AF.  Failed to return from dusk patrol in bad weather
						Feb 23, 1944 off Dellys, Algeria.  Pilot lost at sea
				18757 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				18758/18767 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory.
					18763 to French AF.  Failed to return from dusk patrol in bad weather
						Feb 23, 1944 off Dellys, Algeria.  Pilot lost at sea.
					18764 to French AF.  Collided with French Hurricane Jan 28, 1944 during
						dogfight exercise over La Reghaia, Algeria.  Pilot killed.
				18768 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 28 Jun 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA
				18769/18785  loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory
					18769 to French AF.  Force landed at Alma, Algeria Jan 23, 1944 after
						mechanical failure.  Pilot uninjured.  Fate of aicrcraft unknown.
					18778 to French AF.  Slightly damaged Jan 10, 1944 after taxiing accident
						at Oran-La Senia, Algeria with GC I/5 "Champagne"
				18786 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				18798 (68th FS, 347th FG) lost Sep 6, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 729
				18800 W/o 11 Jul 1943 in Guadalcanal
				18809 W/o 3 Nov 1943 at Nadzab, New Guinea
				18811 recovered 1974 from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea.  To Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA 1974-1993
					(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				18812 (71st FG) lost Feb 16, 1944, Australia.  MACR 3737
				18814 recovered from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea in 1974 and to Yesterdays AF at Chino, California
					1974-2002.  Under restoration by Air Heritage, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.  (www.warbirdregistry.org).
					Seen at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Nov 2014.
				18816 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory.
				18817 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				18819 W/o 7 Aug 1944 at Soap Lake, WA 
				18820 W/o 4 Aug 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				18821 W/o 24 Oct 1943 at Martinez, CA 
				18822 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory
				18823 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Geyserville, CA 
				18827 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Hunters Point, CA 
				18828 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Alameda, CA 
				18836 W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL 
				18838 W/o 10 Jul 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18839 W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Ochlocknee, GA 
				18840 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Thomasville AAB, GA 
				18843 W/o 27 May 1943 at Moultrie, GA 
				18845 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Thomasville, GA 
				18846 W/o 15 Mar 1944 at La Joya, Panama
				18851 W/o 4 Aug 1943 at New France Field, Panama 
				18854 W/o 16 Apr 1944 in Panama
				18855 W/o 1 Mar 1944 at Dakota Field, Netherlands Antilles 
				18856 Conv to TP-39N; w/o 20 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18858 W/o 28 Jul 1943 at New France Field, Panama 
				18860 W/o 26 Mar 1944 at La Joya, Panama 
				18861 (32nd FS) crashed into Caribbean Sea 18 km NW of Aruba
					Dec 21, 1943.  MACR 1456.  Pilot killed.
				18863 W/o 4 Feb 1944 at Old Field, Panama 
				18866 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Chame Field, Panama
				18868 W/o 1 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18870 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 10 Apr 1944 at Key Field, MS
				18871 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Dakota Field, Netherlands Antilles
				18872 W/o 13 May 1943 at San Luis, Guatamala 
				18874 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				18881 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18882 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 2 May 1944 at Key Field, MS
				18884 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 3 May 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18886 W/o 15 Sep 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama 
				18887 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 9 Jan 1944 at Thermal AAF, CA
				18889 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 24 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18890 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAB, CA 
				18891 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 30 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18892 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 28 Aug 1943 at Laurel AAF, MS 
				18894 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 13 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18895 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 19 Jul 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				18897 W/o 11 Dec 1943 at Petaluma, CA 
				18898 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Bodega Head, CA 
				18899 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 19 Nov 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				18903 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 12 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18904 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Morton, MS 
				18911 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 11 Jun 1944 at Key Field, MS 
				18917 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 15 Dec 1943 at Albuquerque, NM 
				18918 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 14 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18920 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 6 Jan 1944 at Christiana, TN 
				18924 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 26 Aug 1943 at Laurel, MS 
				18925 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 21 Jun 1943 at Abilene AAF, TX 
				18928 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 17 Sep 1943 at Kurthwood, LA 
				18930 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 25 Jan 1944 at Columbus, GA 
				18931 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 11 Jun 1943 at Desert Center AAB, CA 
				18931 with 118th TRS, 23rd FG suffered takeoff mishap stateside.
				18935 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 17 Jan 1944 at Esler Field, LA 
				18936 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 4 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18937 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 9 Nov 1943 at Brookley Field, AL 
				18938 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 6 Jul 1943 at Lebanon, TN 
				18939 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 14 Jul 1943 in Tennessee
				18940 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 17 Jun 1943 at Laurel AAF, MS 
				18941/18985 to USSR
					18943 W/o 4 May 1943 at Bendix Field, South Bend, IN 
				19002 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost Aug 18, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 540
				19003 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Wards AD, New Guinea
				19005 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				19022 (68th FS, 347th FG) lost Sep 6, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 690
				19023 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Gualdalcanal
				19027 abandoned at Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1945.  Recoverd by Yesterdays AF in 1974.  To
					Frederick A. Johnson/Museum Aeronautica of Tacoma, Washington 1987-1990 for restoration.  Trucked to 
					Tacoma from Chino in 1987.  Noted at Planes of Fame, Cal Aero Field, Chino, CA Jan 13, 2002, displayed as 
					"Small Fry/Little Sir Echo". (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				19029 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				19033 (35th FG) lost Oct 16, 1943.  MACR 1251
				19034 reported in 1991 to have been recovered from Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1974 by Yesterdays AF.
					Reported stored at MARC compound, Chino, CA, 1988.
				19036 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Berry Field, New Guinea 
				19038 W/o 16 Oct 1943 at Finschafen, New Guinea
				19039 abandoned at Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1945.  Hulk recovered in 1967 and restored.  Now on a pole in 
					J. K. McCarthy Museum in Papua New Guinea. (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				19044 (71st FG) lost Feb 12, 1944, New Guinea.  MACR 4504
				19045 (35th FG) lost Nov 26, 1943, New Guinea.  MACR 1255
				19046/19240 to USSR
42-19241/19445		Cancelled contract for Bell P-39N Airacobra.  Serials later
				reallocated to P-63E-1, which was also cancelled.
42-19446/19595		Bell P-39Q-1-BE Airacobra
				19448 W/o 29 Feb 1944 at Myrtle Beach AAF, SC 
				19452 W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				19472 W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Wilson Creek, WA 
				19468 (15th FG) lost Dec 18, 1943.  MACR 1462
				19469 (318th FG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1903
				19471 (15th FG) lost Mar 26, 1944.  MACR 3036
				19472 W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Wilson Creek, WA 
				19477 (15th FG) lost Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3144
				19479/19483 to P-39Q-2-BE.
					19480 Conv to P-39Q-2-BE; w/o 26 May 1944 at Forest Hills, LA 
				19488 (15th FG) lost Dec 18, 1943, Central Pacific.
				19495 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Hilo Bay, HI
				19496 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Hilo Bay, HI
				19498 W/o 15 May 1944 at Kahuka Point, HI
				19502 (318th FG, 72nd FS) hit by enemy fire and ditched into
					Pacific 125 mi NW of Makin Island Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1460.
					Pilot KIA.
				19505 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at San Bruno, CA 
				19507 W/o 26 May 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				19508 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Casper AAB, WY 
				19511 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Brentwood, CA 
				19512 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				19513 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				19514 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				19515 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Bodega Head, CA 
				19518 (318th FG, 72nd FS) spun into ocean after tight turn 
					1 mile N of Tarawa while on CAP, Jan 23, 1944, pilot KIA.  MACR 1787
				19519 W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				19522 W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				19523 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Olema, CA 
				19525 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Little Elm, TX 
				19526 W/o 15 May 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				19527 W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Haleiwa, HI 
				19528 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Brownsville AAF, TX 
				19529 W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
				19530 W/o 3 Jan 1944 at Indian Wells, CA 
				19531 W/o 19 Sep 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI; repaired (?); 
					73rd Ferrying Squadron, 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. 
					Crashed three miles southeast on approach to Palm Springs Field 3Dec43 [1KIS]. 
					A WASP pilot, assigned to the 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas was sent to Palm Springs Field 
					for pursuit plane training for the P-39, P-40, and P-47. Initial training started from the rear seat of an 
					AT-6 or BC-1, (37-652) which simulated the view from a pursuit plane cockpit. The WASP pilot took off from 
					Palm Springs for a routine training flight in the front seat with her instructor in the rear seat. 
					They made several landings and were on final approach in a normal gliding attitude for another, 
					when another aircraft of the same unit turned onto final approach from a shorter base leg; 
					it was Bell P-39Q Airacobra 42-19531. Ground witnesses reported that the BC-1 pilots, seeing the P-39, 
					apparently attempted to abort the landing and pulled up into the path of the P-39, which was apparently 
					aborting its landing as well. The P-39 severed the tail section of the BC-1 and both aircraft crashed to the 
					ground near the airfield a short distance from each other, with the BC-1 bursting into flames upon impact. 
					Pilot killed, as were the two people onboard the BC-1.. 
					According to one source, there were several trainers and pursuits in the air. 
					The BC-1 had just been cleared to make a final landing. The tower had also cleared the P-39 to come in second.
					Investigators believed that this accident was caused by the inability of the pilot of the P-39, when turning 
					on to the final approach, to see the BC-1, which was already on final approach, because of the position 
					of the sun and the banking attitude of the P-39. It was also believed that the operation of camouflaged 
					aircraft in this area was a contributing factor to the accident
				19533 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Romulus AAB, MI 
				19537 W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Mokuleia, HI
				19538 W/o 23 Mar 1944 at Bellows Field, HI
				19539 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Bellows Field, HI
				19541 W/o 19 Mar 1944 at Kaneohe, HI
				19548 (318th FG, 72nd FS) shot down by AAA at Mille, Marshall
					Islands Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1461.  Pilot KIA
				19553 W/o 16 May 1944 at Schofield Barracks, HI
				19554 W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Tillamook, OR 
				19555 W/o 31 Oct 1943 at Portland AAB, OR 
				19558 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				19559 W/o 3 Aug 1943 at Plainview, OR 
				19560 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				19561 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at 2 1/2 Mi E Healdburg, CA 
				19562 crashed at Moses Lake AAF, Washington State Jul 20, 1944
				19563 W/o 2 Dec 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				19565 W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Beaverton, OR 
				19567 W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				19570 W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				19569 (78th FG 84th FS   "Okie III" WZ-Z) hit by flak Sep 6, 1944 and pilot parachuted near Weihermühle, Germany.
                             	Pilot apparently executed by SS officers.   MACR 8407
				19572 W/o 13 Aug 1943 at Vancouver, WA 
				19573 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Point Jenner, CA 
				19594 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
42-19596/20545		Bell P-39Q-5-BE Airacobra
				19608,19610,19612,19614,19616,19624,19626,19628,19636,
					19640,19642,19644/19646, all even numbers 19648/19696,
					all odd numbers 19697/19719, 19723,19725, odd numbers
					19927/19975,19977/19979, 19981,19983,19985,19987,
					all odd numbers 19989/20011, 20013/20015, 20017/20019,
					odd numbers 20021/20065,20067/20069, odd numbers
					20071/20091,20095/20097,20099,20101,20103,20105
					converted to P-39Q-6-BE
				19596 to USSR
				19597 converted to TP-39Q two-seat trainer.  Abandoned after emergency landing July 20, 1945 at Hobbs, 
					New Mexico while on way to RFC.  To Capitan High School, Lincoln, New Mexico.  Acquired by Joe Brown of Hobbs,
					New Mexico and donated to Confederate AF in 1962.  Recovered derelict hulk c 1967 and sold to John
					Stokes and donated to CAF for static exhibition.  
					Registered as N6968 and restored to airworthy in single-seat configuration 1968-1974.  Flown again Jun 9, 2001.  
					Confederate AF renamed Commemorative AF 2002.  Flown regularly in USSR 
					markings at airshows.  (www.warbirdregistry.org).  Landing accident Apr 18, 2005, Fredericksburg, Texas.
					Landing accident Jul 3, 2010 at Tyler, Texas.  First post-restoration flight Mar 15, 2015
				19598/19601 to USSR
				19602 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 17 May 1943 at Albion, NY 
				19603 W/o 24 May 1943 at Albion, NY 
				19604 to USSR
				19605 to USSR
				19606 W/o 7 Jul 1944 at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
				19607 W/o 30 Jul 1943 at Venice AAB, FL 
				19608 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 May 1944 at Victorville AAF, Victorville
				19609 W/o 28 May 1943 at Nashville (?), TN
				19611 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers, FL
				19612 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 Nov 1943 at Desert Center, A
				19613 W/o 14 Aug 1943 at Gasparilla Island, FL
				19614 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Jun 1943 at Columbus, GA
				19616 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 29 Sep 1943 at Thermal AAF, CA
				19617 W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Venice, FL
				19618 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
				19621 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Placida, FL
				19623 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Gasparilla Sound, FL
				19625 W/o 12 Nov 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC
				19627 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 16 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19628 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 1 Dec 1943 at Boringuen Field, Puerto Rico
				19630 W/o 2 Mar 1944 in Puerto Rico
				19631 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 8 Nov 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX
				19632 W/o 27 Dec 1944 in Puerto Rico
				19633 W/o 3 May 1944 at Portland AAB, OR
				19638 W/o 7 May 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA
				19640 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; conv to TP-39Q; w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19643 W/o 17 Oct 1944 at Madden Field, Panama
				19644 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Feb at Cadiz Dry Lake, CA
				19646 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA
				19647 W/o 9 Oct 1944 at Manzinillo Point, Panama
				19649 W/o 27 Mar 1945 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone
				19652 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19657 W/o 13 Aug 1944 at Anton, Panama; repaired (?); (26th FG) lost at Madden Field, Panama Dec 28, 1944.  MACR 19723
				19658 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Aug 1944 at Paine Field, WA
				19659 (26th FG) lost at Madden Field, Panama Dec 28, 1944.  MACR 10724
				19661 W/o 8 Dec 1944 at San Carlos, Panama
				19662 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 10 Sep 1943 at Keystone AAF
				19663 W/o 31 Jul 1944 at Chame, Panama 
				19665 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Chepillo Island, Panama
				19667 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Madden Field, Panama 
				19669 W/o 26 Dec 1944 at La Joya, Panama
				19670 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Thermal AAF, CA
				19671 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Seymour Island, Galapagos 
				19672 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 15 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19673 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Seymour Island, Galapagos 
				19675 W/o 10 Nov 1944 at Chame, Panama
				19676 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 5 Mar 1944 at El Paso, NM
				19677 W/o 2 Feb 1944 at Madden Field, Panama
				19680 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 16 Jun 1943 at Hopkins Wells, CA
				19684 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 30 Jan 1944 at Shreveport, LA
				19685 W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Madden Field, Panama 
				19686 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Keystone AAF, FL
				19689 W/o 19 May 1944 at La Joya, Panama
				19694 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Keystone AAF, FL
				19696 to USSR
				19698 to USSR
				19699 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 30 Aug 1943 at Esler Field, LA
				19700 to USSR
				19702 to USSR
				19704 to USSR
				19706 to USSR
				19707 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 1 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA
				19708 to USSR
				19709 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 26 Nov 1943 at Tallahassee, FL 
				19710 to USSR
				19711 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 30 Oct 1943 at Smith Creek, MI 
				19712 to USSR
				19713 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 22 Feb 1944 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19714 to USSR
				19715 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 2 Aug 1944 in Washington State
				19716 to USSR
				19717 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 20 Feb 1944 at Pt Reyes, CA
				19718 to USSR
				19719 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 22 Jul 1944 in Washington State
				19720 to USSR
				19721 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				19722 to USSR
				19723 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 14 Apr 1944 at Sutter, CA 
				19724 to USSR
				19726 to USSR
				19727/19873 to USSR
					19735 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 25 Jun 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
					19819 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 27 Jul 1943 at Sonoma, CA 
					19855 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 13 Jul 1943 at East Chicago, IN 
					19871 crashed Jul 2, 1943 50 mi SE of Whitehorse.  Pilot bailed out
						successfully.
					19883 served with 72nd TRG in Panama Canal Zone before the transfer.
				19874 W/o 17 Jul 1943 at San Bruno Mountain, CA 
				19875 to USSR
				19876 W/o 13 Feb 1944 at 80 miles from Marysville, CA 
				19877 to USSR
				19879 to USSR
				19880 W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Oroville AAF, CA 
				19881 to USSR
				19882 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Clear Lake, CA 
				19883 to USSR
				19884 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Palomares Canyon, CA
				19885 to USSR
				19886 W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				19887 to USSR
				19888 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at San Pablo Bay, CA 
				19889 to USSR
				19891 to USSR
				19893 to USSR
				19894 W/o 17 Aug 1943 at 40 miles from Santa Maria, CA 
				19895 to USSR
				19897 to USSR
				19899 to USSR
				19900 W/o 29 Dec 1943 at Oroville AAF, CA 
				19901 to USSR
				19905 to USSR
				19906 W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Concord, CA 
				19907 to USSR
				19908 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				19909 to USSR
				19910 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
				19911 to USSR
				19912 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Rio Vista, CA 
				19913 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 3 Aug 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19914 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 17 Feb 1945 at Yuma AAF, AZ 
				19915 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 7 Nov 1943 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
				19917 to USSR
				19919 to USSR
				19921 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 2 Aug 1943 at Branchville, SC 
				19922 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Wheatfield, NY 
				19923 to USSR
				19925 to USSR
				19926 to USSR
				19927 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Nadzab, New Guinea
				19929 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 Sep 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea 
				19932 W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19934 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19936 W/o 9 Jul 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				19938 W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Congaree AAF, SC 
				19943 remains with Australian Airacobra Association, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 2000-2002
				19946 W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Winchester, TN; repaired (?); w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19948 to USSR
				19949 (6th FG) lost Jan 12, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 2287
				19952 W/o 12 Mar 1944 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19954 to USSR
				19958 to USSR
				19959 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; (8th FG) lost Oct 28, 1943, Bulldog, New Guinea.  MACR 1006
				19960 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19962 in midair collision with 42-20038 near Moses Lake, WA
					Jun 30, 1944.  Pilot of 19962 killed.
				19964 to USSR
				19967 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 13 Oct 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
				19971 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 18 Oct 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
				19974 to USSR
				19976 transferred to US Navy as F2L-1K (91103)
				19980 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 24 Oct 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX 
				19982 W/o 29 Dec 1944 at Las Vegas, NV 
				19987 (8th FG) lost Oct 28, 1943, Bulldog, New Guinea.  MACR 1005
				19988 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Laguna, AZ 
				19990 W/o 9 Nov 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19991 (36th FS, 8th FG) abandoned at Tadji PNG 1943/44.  Recovered in 1974 and reportedly now in storage with
					Yesterdays AF at Chino Airport. (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				19993 (MSN 26E-397) SOC May 21, 1945 and abandoned at
					Tadji, Papua New Guinea.  Recovered from Tadji in 1974.  
					Taken to New Zealand and then to Australia where was displayed
					in Moorabbin Air Museum from 1982 to 1988.  Reported 1989 at Drage
					Air World, Wangaratta, Australia. Moved to USA
					for restoration.  Restored to static display standard for 
					Santa Monica Museum of Flying and displayed 1991-1994.  Bought by The Fighter 
					Collection of Duxford, England and is now under restoration as N139DP 
					at Fighter Rebuilders Inc at Chino, CA. for The Fighter Collection of Duxford, England. 
					Made first flight Jun 17, 2004.  Registered as N793QG Jun 10, 2004.
					Registration N793QG cancelled Feb 16, 2007.  Registered
					G-CEJU Feb 21, 2007 to Patina Ltd (AKA The Fighter Collection)
					of Duxford, England despite the fact that N139DP had been assigned to the plane
					since Jan 9, 1992
				19994 W/o 7 Jun 1944 at Tinker Field, OK 
				19995 flown by Lt. William A. Shomo, Medal of Honor winner.  (8th FG, 36th FS)
					Abandoned at Tadji, Papua New Guinea Dec 1944.  Recovered by David
					Tallichet's team from Yesterdays AF in 1974 and stored at Yesterday's
					AF until 1980.  Loaned to Air Heritage Inc, Beaver Falls, Pennslylvania 1990-1998.
					Restoration started, but later abandoned.  Loaned to MAPS Aircraft Museum, Akron-Canton, Ohio
					1997-2001.  Donated to Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Serviceman's Park.  (www.warbirdregistry.com)
				19999 (71st FG) lost Jul 3, 1944.  MACR 6690
				20000 on display at March Field Museum, California.  This is actually a
					composite aircraft made up from components of several P-39s
				20002 W/o 18 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				20006 W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Quartzite, AZ 
				20007 recovered in 1974 from Tadji, Papua New Guinae by Yesterday's AF team.  On display at Virginia Air
					and Space Center, Hampton, Virginia since 1993.  (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				20008 W/o 1 Aug 1943 at Congaree AAF, SC 
				20014 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Shelbyville, TN 
				20015 was hit by P-47 42-23163 Jun 4, 1944.  Both aircraft salvaged.
				20019 (35th FG) lost Oct 27, 1943.  MACR 1245
				20020 W/o 31 Jul 1944 in Washington State
				20023 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 15 Oct 1943 at Tsili Tsili, New Guinea
				20024 modified as TP-39Q-5 two-seat trainer
				20026 W/o 10 Dec 1943 at Marysville AAF, CA 
				20027 (324th FG, 315th FS) shot down by Obfw. Rudolf Ehrenberger in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/6. 10 km S of 
					Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 8, 1943. Pilot POW.  MACR 61.  Noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space 
					Center, Hampton, Virginia.  It is possible that this plane is really 42-20007.
				20028 W/o 16 Apr 1944 at Portland AAB, OR 
				20029 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 10 Dec 1943 at Nadzab, New Guinea
				20030 W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Oakland, CA 
				20031 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; (8th FG) lost Oct 27, 1943, New Britain.  MACR 1007 
				20033 (35th FG) lost Nov 23, 1943, SW Pacific.  MACR 1264
				20036 (328th FG, 327th FS) crashed on training flight out of
					San Francisco Army Airdrome Jul 19, 1943. 
				20038 in midair collision with 42-19962 near Moses Lake, WA
					Jun 30, 1944.  Pilot of 20038 bailed out OK, other
					pilot killed.
				20040 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20042 to USSR
				20044 W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Camp Beale, CA 
				20046 W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Broad Pass, AK 
				20048 W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Grizzley Island, CA 
				20050 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Oroville AAF, CA
				20052 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at San Francisco, CA
				20054 W/o 24 Oct 1943 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20060 W/o 23 Feb 1944 at Gridley, CA 
				20066 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Ontario, IN 
				20068 W/o 6 Apr 1944 at Cario, GA 
				20072 to USSR
				20074 W/o 3 Apr 1945 at Yuma, AZ  
				20075 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 17 May 1944 at Empress Augusta Bay, Gaudalcanal
				20076 W/o 29 Dec 1943 at Camp Coxcomb, CA 
				20078 W/o 30 Oct 1943 at Congaree AAF, SC 
				20082 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Drylyn, CA 
				20086 to USSR
				20087 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 Apr 1944 at Green Island, South West Pacific
				20094 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
				20102 W/o 21 Sep 1943 at Shavers Summit, CA 
				20107 (347th FG) lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2609
				20108 W/o 13 May 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				20112 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Waterboro AAF, SC 
				20114 W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
				20122 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Waterboro AAF, SC 
				20124 to USSR
				20126 to USSR
				20128 to USSR
				20130 to USSR
				20132 to USSR
				20134 to USSR
				20136 to USSR
				20138 to USSR
				20140 to USSR
				20142 to USSR
				20144 to USSR
				20146 to USSR
				20148 to USSR
				20150 to USSR
				20152 to USSR
				20154 to USSR
				20156 to USSR
				20158 to USSR
				20160 to USSR
				20162 to USSR
				20164 to USSR
				20166 to USSR
				20167 to USSR
				20168 to USSR
				20170 to USSR
				20171 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area.
				20172 to USSR
				20174 to USSR
				20176 to USSR
				20178 to USSR
				20180 to USSR
				20182 to USSR
				20184 to USSR
				20186 to USSR
				20188 to USSR
				20190 to USSR
				20192 to USSR
				20194 to USSR
				20196 to USSR
				20198 to USSR
				20200 to USSR
				20202 to USSR
				20204 to USSR
				20206 to USSR.  Wreckage recovered in Murmansk area.
				20208 to USSR
				20210 to USSR
				20212 to USSR
				20214 to USSR
				20216 to USSR
				20218 to USSR
				20220 to USSR
				20222 to USSR (ntu?); w/o 17 Jul 1943 at Fort St John, Canada
				20224 to USSR
				20226 to USSR
				20228 to USSR
				20230 to USSR
				20232 to USSR
				20234 to USSR
				20236 to USSR
				20238 to USSR
				20240 to USSR
				20242 to USSR
				20244 to USSR
				20246 to USSR
				20248 to USSR
				20250 to USSR
				20252 to USSR
				20254 to USSR
				20256 to USSR
				20258 to USSR
				20260 to USSR
				20262 to USSR
				20264 to USSR
				20266 to USSR
				20268 to USSR 
				20270 to USSR
				20272 to USSR
				20274 to USSR
				20276 to USSR
				20278 to USSR
				20280 to USSR
				20282 to USSR
				20284 to USSR
				20286 to USSR
				20288 to USSR
				20290 to USSR
				20292 to USSR
				20294 to USSR
				20296 to USSR
				20298 to USSR
				20300 to USSR
				20302 to USSR
				20304 to USSR
				20306 to USSR
				20308 to USSR
				20310 to USSR
				20312 to USSR
				20314 to USSR
				20316 to USSR
				20318 to USSR
				20320 to USSR
				20322 to USSR
				20324 to USSR
				20326 to USSR
				20330 to USSR
				20332 to USSR
				20334 to USSR
				20336 to USSR
				20338 to USSR
				20339 (36th FS, 8th FG) abandoned at Tadji PNG 1943/44.  Recovered 1974
					fro Jadgi.  Reported 1988 at Yesterday's AF at Chino airport.
				20340 to USSR
				20342 to USSR
				20344 to USSR
				20346 to USSR
				20348 to USSR
				20350 to USSR
				20351 (71st FG) lost May 21, 1944.  MACR 5063
				20352 to USSR
				20353 (71st FG) lost Aug 2, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 8640
				20354 to USSR
				20356 to USSR
				20357 (71st FG) lost Sep 2, 1944, New Guinea.  MACR 8634
				20360 to USSR
				20362 to USSR
				20364 to USSR
				20366 to USSR
				20368 to USSR
				20370 to USSR
				20372 to USSR
				20373 (15th FG) lost Jan 3, 1945.  MACR 11696
				20374 to USSR (ntu); w/o 10 Nov 1944 at Weslaco, MI
				20376 to USSR
				20377 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Kaeha Point, HI 
				20378 to USSR
				20380 to USSR
				20381 W/o 17 Sep 1944 at Mokuleia, HI
				20382 to USSR
				20384 to USSR
				20386 to USSR
				20388 to USSR
				20390 to USSR
				20392 to USSR
				20394 to USSR
				20395 W/o 6 Sep 1944 at Portabelo, Panama
				20396 to USSR
				20398 to USSR
				20400 to USSR
				20402 to USSR
				20403 W/o 31 Dec 1944 at Nombre de Dios, Panama 
				20406 to USSR
				20408 to USSR
				20409 W/o 13 Jan 1945 at Aguadulce, Panama
				20410 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 30 Oct 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX 
				20414 to USSR
				20416 to USSR
				20418 to USSR
				20420 to USSR
				20421 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama 
				20422 to USSR
				20433 W/o 31 May 1944 at New Field, Panama 
				20439 W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Tampico, Mexico
				20442 to USSR.  Wreck noted spring 2004 in storage at Norwegian Aviation
					Museum, Bodo, Norway.
				20443 W/o 25 Nov 1944 at New Field, Panama
				20444 to USSR
				20445 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Hato Field, Netherlands Antilles
				20457 W/o 31 May 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				20467 W/o 27 Nov 1943 at Harleyville, SC 
				20471 to USSR
				20473 to USSR
				20475 to USSR
				20486 to USSR
				20511 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
				20522 to USSR.  Crashed in woods Nov 3, 1943 in Arkhangelsk, Russia.
42-20546/21250		Bell P-39Q-10-BE Airacobra
				20546/20624 to USSR
					20566 crashed Nov 25, 1943 at Vognfjordfjellet Finnmark,
						Norway.  Russian pilot killed.
					20575 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area
					20576 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
					20577 crashed Holmvatnet Sor-Vaaanger, Norway Jun 27, 1944
					20586 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 1 Aug 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
					20599 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 30 Aug 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
					20613 seen on display at Yakutsk, Russia.
					20618 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area
				20626/20650 to USSR
					20626 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 28 Dec 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
					20646 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 11 Nov 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				20652 to USSR
				20654/20690 to USSR
					20661 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 23 May 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
					20690 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 1 May 1944 at Ft Nelson, Canada
				20692 W/o 30 Sep 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20693/20694 to USSR
				20696 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				20698 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				20702 W/o 6 Apr 1944 at Cairo, GA 
				20704 W/o 6 Feb 1944 at Rice AAF, CA 
				20705 W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Charleston AAF, SC 
				20710 W/o 10 May 1944 at Daniel Field, GA 
				20711 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 8 Nov 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX 
				20712 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Lloyd, FL 
				20713 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Thomas County Farm, GA 
				20714 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20716 W/o 23 Oct 1944 at Ft Meyers, FL 
				20717 W/o 30 Sep 1943 at Aucilla River, Gulf of Mexico 
				20722 W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20724 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY
				20728 W/o 13 May 1944 at Quincy, WA 
				20729 W/o 13 Nov 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20730 W/o 23 Aug 1944 at Immokalee, FL 
				20731 W/o 4 Sep 1943 at St Marks, FL 
				20732 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Pavo, GA 
				20733 to NX92847 and converted to Cobra I racer.  Crashed at Buffalo, NY Aug 30, 1946, killing Jack Woolams.
				20734 W/o 24 May 1944 at Mae, WA 
				20735 W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				20736 W/o 6 Nov 1943 at Lloyd, FL 
				20740 W/o 24 Nov 1943 at NAAS Santa Rosa, CA 
				20741 W/o 20 Nov 1943 at Cloverdale, CA 
				20743 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Fairfield AAB, CA 
				20745 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				20746 W/o 1 Jul 1944 at 45 miles from Ephrata AAF, WA 
				20747 W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Redding AAF, CA 
				20748 W/o 4 Oct 1943 at El Chapo, Mexico 
				20749 W/o 15 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				20751 W/o 23 Apr 1944 at Merridian, CA 
				20752 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				20755 W/o 18 Sep 1943 at Roseville, CA 
				20757 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Hayward, CA 
				20759 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Oakland, CA
				20760 W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Cotati, CA 
				20761 W/o 17 Jan 1944 at Tonopah, NV 
				20762 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				20763 W/o 4 Jan 1944 at Point Montera, CA 
				20764 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Iverness, CA 
				20765 W/o 2 Jan 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20766 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20767 W/o 22 Jun 1944 at Farmer, WA 
				20768 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20771 W/o 25 Apr 1944 at Ephrata AAF, WA 
				20772 W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20773 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Keystone AAF 
				20774 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA
				20775 W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Gainesville, FL 
				20776 W/o 15 Apr 1944 at Camp Beale, CA
				20778 W/o 2 Jan 1944 at Tonopah AAF, NV 
				20779 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Portland AAB, OR 
				20782 W/o 10 Dec 1943 at San Francisco MAP, CA 
				20787 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20789 W/o 22 Oct 1943 at Crawley, GA 
				20790 W/o 6 Jul 1944 at Odessa, WA 
				20791 W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Walterboro, SC 
				20792 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				20793 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Townsend, GA 
				20794 pilot bailed out due to fuel exhaustion near Coulee City, WA Jun 29, 1944.
				20797 W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Folkston, GA
				20798 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20799 W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20800 W/o 10 Jul 1944 at 45 miles from Ephrata AAB, WA 
				20802 W/o 7 Oct 1943 at Boonville, CA 
				20804 crashed Feb 23, 1945 12 mi SW of Kingman, AZ when pilot was unable
					to recover from a flat spin.  Pilot killed.
				20806 W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20807 transferred to US Navy as F2L-1K (91102)
				20812 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Gridley, CA 
				20813 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 9 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				20818 W/o 18 Apr 1944 at Drakes Bay, CA 
				20819 W/o 23 Aug 1943 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				20822 W/o 11 Jan 1944 at Tonopah AAF, NV 
				20826 W/o 16 Apr 1944 at Napa, CA
				20827 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20828 W/o 7 Jan 1944 at Graton, CA 
				20834 W/o 17 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20835 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Portland AAB, OR 
				20836 W/o 5 Dec 1943 at Daly City, CA 
				20838 W/o 13 Sep 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				20840 W/o 25 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20842 W/o 7 Oct 1943 at Florance Lake, CA 
				20843 W/o 2 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20844 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Phoenix, AZ 
				20845 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20846 W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				20848 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Brentwood, CA 
				20850 W/o 26 Nov 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				20852 W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20853 W/o 14 Jul 1944 at Orondo, WA 
				20854 W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Napa, CA 
				20855 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20856 W/o 25 Dec 1943 at Sebastopol, CA 
				20857 W/o 9 Aug 1944 at Soap Lake, WA 
				20858 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Pinole, CA 
				20862 W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Tubbs Island, CA
				20866 W/o 15 May 1944 at Pescadero, CA 
				20868 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				20869 (MSN 26E-324) converted to Cobra II racer under civilian registry of NX92848.  Won 1946 Thompson Trophy race at 373.908
					mph with 'Tex' Johnston at the controls.  Crash landed Indianapolis and store damaged Nov 1948-1960.
					Sold to Ed Maloney in 1960 and reregistered as N9284 and displayed in 
					his Planes of Fame museum, and displayed there 1960-1967.   Bought by Mike Carroll in 1967 to be used in an
					attempt on world piston-engined speed record and registered as N9284.   Crashed Seal Beach,
					California August 10, 1968, killing Mike Carroll.  (www.warbirdregistry.com)
				20870 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Chame, Panama
				20873 W/o 1 Jan 1944 at Waycross, GA 
				20874 W/o 6 May 1945 at Chame, Panama
				20876 W/o 16 Dec 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				20877 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20878 W/o 11 Sep 1944 at Chitre, Panama
				20879 W/o 8 Feb 1944 at Leesburg AAF, FL 
				20880 (32nd FG) lost Dec 13, 1944, Coole Del Forte, Panama.  MACR 10615
				20881 W/o 1 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				20883 W/o 21 Apr 1944 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				20885 W/o 8 Feb 1944 at Myrtle Beach AAF, SC 
				20886 W/o 31 May 1944 at New Field, Panama; repaired (?); w/o 10 Aug 1944 at Jungoquillo, Panama 
				20888 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				20889 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20890 W/o 27 Jul 1944 at Charges River, Panama
				20893 W/o 26 Sep 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off St Catherines Island, GA 
				20896 W/o 15 Sep 1943 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone 
				20897 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Townsend, GA 
				20901 W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20902 W/o 27 Jul 1944 at Chame, Panama 
				20909 W/o 17 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20910 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at La Cuesta, Costa Rica
				20911 W/o 28 Aug 1943 at Hodgeville, KY 
				20912 W/o 7 Apr 1944 at Porto Bello, Panama
				20913 W/o 22 Apr 1944 at Lake Miccosukee, FL 
				20914 W/o 7 Jul 1944 at El Roble, Panama
				20917 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Brunswick, GA 
				20919 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA
				20920 W/o 15 Nov 1944 at Portobelo, Panama
				20923 W/o 1 Apr 1944 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20925 W/o 29 Jan 1944 at Leesburg AAF, FL 
				20926 W/o 16 May 1944 at Urbana, OH 
				20931 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20933 W/o 5 Aug 1944 at Ephrata, WA 
				20935 W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Harris Neck AAF, GA 
				21008 W/o 7 Oct 1943 at 140 miles from Edmunton, Canada 
				21009 W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
				21032 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				21033 W/o 23 Oct 1944 at Las Vegas AAF, NV 
				21038/21187 to USSR
					21060 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area
					21122 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 21 Sep 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				21196 W/o 1 Nov 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21199 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				21200 W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Peck, MI 
				21201 W/o 27 Nov 1943 at Oscoda AAF, MI 
				21203 W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Camden, SC 
				21206 W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Oscoda AAF, MI 
				21207 W/o 29 Jul 1944 at Memphis, TN 
				21208 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				21210 W/o 27 Jun 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				21211 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21216 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				21217 W/o 18 Dec 1943 at Lake Miccosukee, FL 
				21225 W/o 8 Oct 1943 at New Baltimore, MI 
				21226 W/o 11 Apr 1944 at Port Huron, MI 
				21227 W/o 12 Mar 1944 at Yale, MI 
				21228 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21229 W/o 5 Apr 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21231 W/o 28 Mar 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21234 W/o 4 Mar 1944 at 30 miles from Port Huron, MI 
				21235 W/o 24 Feb 1944 at Sandusky, MI 
				21236 W/o 5 Mar 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21238 W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Selfridge Field, ME 
				21240 W/o 20 Jan 1944 at Port Huron, MI 
				21241 W/o 15 Jun 1944 at 23 miles from Ephrata AAB, WA 
				21242 W/o 22 Nov 1943 at Oscoda AAF, MI 
				21243 W/o 18 Mar 1944 at Selfridge, MI 
				21250 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Utica, MI 
42-21251/22245		Bell P-39Q-10-BE Airacobra
				Contract cancelled.  Serials reallocated to P-63E-1 which was also cancelled.
42-22246		Beech UC-43C Traveler
				Civilian Model F-17D MSN 258 NC290Y impressed by USAAF Mar 14, 1942.   wfu 25 Nov 1944 at RFC, Omaha, NE; 
					to NC50256 in 1946; to NC290Y in 1992; to Australia on 25 Jun 2009.
42-22247		Beech UC-45C Expeditor
				Commercial B18S MSN 316 To RFC in 1946. To commercial market Nov 8, 1946
					as C-18S N7C9911 with US Department of the Interior.  Still active as N79911
42-22248		Stinson UC-81F-ST Reliant
				Model SR.10F impressed by USAAF.  The identity is uncertain.
42-22249		Lockheed UC-40D
				Civilian Model 12 Electra Jr MSN 1273 ex NC21770 impressed by USAAF Mar 14, 1942.  Crashed
					near Howe Brook Mountain, ME May 24, 1942 while flying from Bolling Field to Houlton AFB, Maine
					carrying pilots who were to ferry bombers across the Atlantic.  All 6 onboard killed,
					including Lt. Col Louis Gimbel of the Gimbel's Department Store chain
					family) and Capt John Allen Franciscus, father of the actor James Franciscus. SOC Jun 1, 1942
42-22250/22253		Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
				Pre-production Evansville-built Thunderbolts
				22250	(MSN 1)	
				22251	(MSN 2) 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 19Jul43 taking off with mechanical failure at Philadelphia
				22252	(MSN 3)	
				22253	(MSN 4)	
42-22254/22363		Republic P-47D-RE Thunderbolt
				First Evansville production block.  Originally, only Evansville-built P-47s were to
					be designated P-47D, and the first Evansville-built P-47Ds were P-47D-RE.  The RA designation
					for Evansville and RE for Farmingdale was introduced on the next production blocks.
				22254	(MSN 5)	
				22255	(MSN 6)	
				22256	(MSN 7) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 14Jan43 taxying at Cross City Field; 305th FS, 
					338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 5Jul43 taking off at Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				22257	(MSN 8) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 24Feb43 after engine failure 6 miles W of Branford, FL
				22258	(MSN 9) 3rd AF, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Crash landed 24Apr43 with mechanical failure at Drew Field
				22259	(MSN 10) 552nd Base Unit, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 5Jan43 landing at Dale Mabry
				22260	(MSN 11) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Destroyed 29Apr43 landing at Cross City Field
				22261	(MSN 12) 305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 21Aug43 taking off with mechanical failure at Dale Mabry; [99W], 2538th Base Unit, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX; Crash landed 27Jul45 after engine failure 
					4 miles NW of Charco, TX
				22262	(MSN 13) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 4Apr43 after engine failure at Cross City Field
				22263	(MSN 14) 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Maintenance accident 12Jun43 with P-47C 41-6661 at Millville; 539th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed near Holden Beach, NC; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				22264	(MSN 15)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 30Apr43 taxying at Millville Field; Accident 11May43 taking off at Millville Field; 
					536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Destroyed at Millville Field 8Feb44; Pilot killed. The pilot was number three of a flight of four 
					aircraft taking off for an aerial gunnery mission. He made a normal take-off and went straight ahead. 
					At about 300 feet, the aircraft started to make a flat turn to the left. It then spun to the left, 
					crashed, and burned. An inspection of the wreckage revealed that the propeller governor linkage 			
					was disconnected causing a sudden change in propeller pitch.
				22265	(MSN 16) 354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 30Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6453 taxying at Millville Field; 121st Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 16May44 landing at Bradley Field; 
					112th Base Unit, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 17Jul44 with 
					B-24J's 42-50512 and 42-51612 and crashed near Ludlow, MA; Pilot bailed out
				22266	(MSN 17) 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Damaged 25Mar43 taxying at Langley Field; Damaged 4Apr43 taxying at Langley Field; 
					534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 29Oct43 with P-47D 42-74823 and crashed near Raleigh, NC; Pilot killed
				22267	(MSN 18) 365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 3May43 after engine failure 8 miles W of Annapolis, MD; 365th FS, 
					358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 1Jun43 landing with mechanical 
					failure landing at Millville Field; Pilot bailed out
				22268	(MSN 19) 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 23Mar43 taxying at Bolling Field, DC; 539th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Destroyed 13Feb44 when hit the ground landing at Bluethenthal Field
				22269	(MSN 20) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Mid air collision 28May44 
					with P-47D 42-8285, crashed and destroyed at Glastonbury, CT; Pilot bailed out
				22270	(MSN 21) Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 21May43 at Richmond AAB
				22271	(MSN 22) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 9Feb43 by fire during maintenance at Richmond; 359th FS, 356th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 6Jul43 landing at Grenier Field; 
					535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 taxying at Camp Springs; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 9Apr44 landing at Camp Springs
				22272	(MSN 23) 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 1Jan44 landing with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 17May44 with a towed target on the aerial 
					gunnery range, Bluethenthal
				22273	(MSN 24)	
				22274	(MSN 25) 365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Damaged 25May43 by bird strike 3 miles E of Churchill, MD; 443rd FS, 327th FG, 
					1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 16Jan44 after the pilot lost control at Richmond; Pilot bailed out
				22275	(MSN 26) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 7Mar43 landing with undercarriage collapse at Richmond; 
					Mid air collision 19May43 with P-47D 42-22289 at Richmond
				22276	(MSN 27) 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 4May43 in collision with Lockheed RB-34 Ventura 41-38032 landing at Langley; 
					391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 23Sep43 when lost at Georgetown, SC; 
					21st FS, 413th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC, 
					Accident 2Jan45 when ground looped landing at Cleveland Municipal Airport, OH; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Force landed 2May45 with mechanical failure 6 miles E of Milford, DE
				22277	(MSN 28) 390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 15Sep43 landing at Bluethenthal
				22278	(MSN 29) 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Crashed 31Mar43 after engine failure into the James River, VA
				22279	(MSN 30) 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6665 landing at Langley; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 5Jun43 taxying at Camp Springs; 
					22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; 
					Crash landed 30Sep43 with mechanical failure at Alamogordo
				22280	(MSN 31) 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 4May44 after engine failure at Bluethenthal
				22281	(MSN 32) 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 1Apr43 taxying at Richmond AAB
				22282	(MSN 33) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 1May43 after the engine failed into the Atlantic Ocean near Ocean City, NJ
				22283	(MSN 34) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 18Mar43 after engine failure 6 miles SE of Hopewell, VA; Pilot bailed out
				22284	(MSN 35) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 15Aug43 landing with mechanical failure at Richmond; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 24Jun44 after engine failure 8 miles NE of Staunton, VA
				22285	(MSN 36) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 10Apr43 when the undercarriage collapsed landing at Richmond AAB
				22286	(MSN 37) 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 22Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6505 taxying at Langley; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; 
					Mid air collision 20Oct43 with a towed target 25 miles N of Biggs Field, El Paso, TX
				22287	(MSN 38) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Force landed 29Apr43 after engine failure at Cedarville, NJ; 
					514th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Congaree Field, Columbia, SC; 
					Force landed 4Jan44 on fire at Wampee Landing Strip, SC
				22288	(MSN 39) 354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 18May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22338 landing at Millville; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Damaged 3Jul45 with mechanical failure taxying at Seymour Johnson
				22289	(MSN 40) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 19May43 with P-47D 42-22275 at Richmond; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 12Jun44 2 miles SSW of Richmond AAB; Pilot killed
				22290	(MSN 41)	
				22291	(MSN 42) 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA
					Crash landed 16Apr44 after engine failure at Gladstone, VA
				22292	(MSN 43) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 11May43 5 miles N of Ashland, VA, Pilot killed
				22293	(MSN 44) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 20Mar43 after engine failure and fire 3 miles S of Richmond, pilot bailed out
				22294	(MSN 45) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 28May45 by mechanical failure 10 miles E of Galveston; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 17May44 with mechanical failure at Central Airport, Richmond, VA
				22295	(MSN 46) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 19May43 after engine failure 10 miles NE of Richmond
				22296	(MSN 47) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 14Mar43 taxying at Richmond AAB; 
					443rd FS; 
					Mid air collision 2Jun43 with RP-47B 41-5995 at Richmond
				22297	(MSN 48) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 27May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6498 landing at Richmond; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 26Dec44 on the ground at Bradley; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 24May45 when ground looped landing at Seymour Johnson
				22298	(MSN 49) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 21Jan44 5 miles NE of Seymour Johnson
				22299	(MSN 50) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 25Mar43 after engine failure near Petersburg Fed Reform, VA; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 12Oct44 after engine and mechanical failure 10 miles N of Abilene
				22300	(MSN 51) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 18Jun43 after engine failure taking off at Richmond AAB; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 28Oct44 with fuel starvation at Richmond AAB
				22301	(MSN 52) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 4Apr43 when ground looped landing at Richmond AAB; 
					448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 6Apr44 after landing gear failure at Dover Field; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 3Aug44 after engine failure in a plowed field SE of Dover Field; 
					Mid air collision 21Apr45 with a towed target 5 miles NW of Cape May, NJ
				22302	(MSN 53) To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				22303	(MSN 54) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 26Feb44 taking off at Matagorda Peninsula, TX; 
					2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 22Jul44 in collision with AT-6A 41-16163 taxying at Matagorda Peninsular
				22304	(MSN 55) 312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Mid air collision 16May43 with P-40K 42-9997 near Dale Mabry; 
					306th FS; 
					Damaged 22Jun43 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-22310 at Dale Mabry; 
					312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Mid air collision 9Jul43 with P-39N 42-18296, 3 miles N of Thomasville Field, GA; Pilot bailed out
				22305	(MSN 56) 312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 16Apr43 when the undercarriage collapsed landing at Dale Mabry; 
					C Squadron, 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 4Nov44 taxying at the Matagorda Gunnery Range Field; 
					Damaged 17Dec44 in collision with AT-6D 44-80870 at the Matagorda Gunnery Range Field
				22306	(MSN 57) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 17Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula, TX; 
					2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 12Jul44 when nosed over landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX
				22307	(MSN 58)	
				22308	(MSN 59) 306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 28Jun43 when ground looped landing at Dale Mabry
				22309	(MSN 60) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 8May43 with fuel starvation 12 miles NW of Dale Mabry
				22310	(MSN 61) 306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 22Jun43 in collision with parked P-47D 42-22304 at Dale Mabry; 
					B Squadron, 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 10Dec44 by bird strike near Matagorda; 
					2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Mid air collision 10Apr45 with a towed target 20 miles S of Palacios, TX
				22311	(MSN 62) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 23Jun44 when ground looped taking off at Suffolk County
				22312	(MSN 63)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 26Apr43 after engine failure one mile NE of Dale Mabry
				22313	(MSN 64) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 18Jul43 after engine failure 20 miles S of Perry Field
				22314	(MSN 65) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 21Jun43 after engine failure near Dale Mabry
				22315	(MSN 66) 29th Base Headquarters Squadron, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 28Mar44 landing at Bradley Field; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 18Jan45 landing at Bradley
				22316	(MSN 67)	
				22317	(MSN 68) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Accident 23Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Henderson Field, Tampa, FL; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 11Apr44 landing at Bradley
				22318	(MSN 69) 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 1May45 landing at Seymour Johnson
				22319	(MSN 70) 485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 12Nov43 with P-47D 42-74864 at Groton; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Damaged 25May44 in collision with parked P-47D 42-26335 at Seymour Johnson.
				22320	(MSN 71) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 77th Flying Training Wing, Central Flying 
					Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Accident 25Oct43 landing with mechanical failure at Foster Field; 
					2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Force landed 2Feb45 after engine failure at Foster Field, TX
				22321	(MSN 72) 306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Mid air collision 9Jul43 with P-47G 42-24967 and crashed 16 miles NE Dale Mabry, Pilot bailed out
				22322	(MSN 73) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 11Aug43 after engine failure near Perry Field, FL
				22323	(MSN 74) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Accident 23Aug43 landing at Perry Field, FL; 
					325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 23Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 29Dec44 when the engine failed taking off at Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946, scrapped at Searcey
				22324	(MSN 75) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 26Jan44 after engine failure 8 miles NE of Gordonsville, VA, pilot bailed out
				22325	(MSN 76) 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 2Feb44 after engine failure 5 miles N of Lewis, DE
				22326	(MSN 77) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Mid air collision 27May43 with P-47D 42-22386 and crashed 10 miles S of Dale Mabry, pilot bailed out
				22327	(MSN 78) 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 13Nov43 when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsular Field, TX; 
					[PII5Y], 2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Crash landed 6Mar45 with mechanical failure 7 miles N of Victoria, TX
				22328	(MSN 79) 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 16Mar44 with fuel starvation at Bluethenthal, Pilot killed
				22329	(MSN 80) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 11Apr43 when the undercarriage collapsed landing at Philadelphia MAP; 
					Accident 13May43 after engine failure when landed with undercarriage retracted at Philadelphia MAP; 
					388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 17Oct43 with engine failure at Dover Field
				22330	(MSN 81) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 11Jun43 at Auburn, NJ; Pilot killed
				22331	(MSN 82) 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 13Jan44 after engine failure at Bluethenthal; 
					[A-362], 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 30May44 at Wallace, NC; 
					Force landed 29Jun44 with fuel starvation on the beach at Gause Landing, Ocean Isle Beach, NC; 
					Wreck exposed in sand by Hurricane Floyd, 1999; 
					Carolina Historic Aviation Commision, Charlotte, NC, 2000; 
					Wreckage stored at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  Remains noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC 
				22332	(MSN 83) 354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Damaged 15Apr43 while parked in collision by P-47C 41-6518 taxying at Philadelphia; 
					354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 13May43 after engine failure when the undercarriage collapsed landing at Millville Field, NJ; 
					367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 8Jun43 taxying at Millville; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 2May44 taking off at Bluethenthal; 
					Crashed 23Jun44 3 miles NE of Wrightsville Beach, NC; Pilot killed
				22333	(MSN 84) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Mid air collision 2Oct44 at Peakskill, NY; 
					Damaged 22Oct44 when nosed over at Bradley; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Damaged 17Jan45 taxying at Bradley
				22334	(MSN 85) 354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 14May43 in the marshes along the Maurice River following engine failure after 
					take-off from Millville Field. The plane broke into four pieces and came to rest in wetlands.
				22335	(MSN 86) 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 28Apr44 after engine failure 7 miles SE of Charlotte, NC
				22336	(MSN 87) 23rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crashed 6Oct43 and destroyed when the pilot lost control taking off at Galveston
				22337	(MSN 88) Fighter Pilot Training Squadron [A10], 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 19Oct44 with P-47D 42-74930, crashed and destroyed 15 miles N of Abilene, TX, Pilot bailed out
				22338	(MSN 89) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 18May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22288 landing at Milleville
				22339	(MSN 90) 404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 21Dec43 taking off at Camp Springs; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Crashed 6Jun44 after the pilot lost control 2 miles E of Camp Springs, Pilot killed
				22340 (MSN 91) 352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 17Apr43 after the pilot lost control during an instrument training flight and 
					spun into Barnegat Bay, NJ, Pilot killed.
				22341 (MSN 92) 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Mid air collision 16May43 with an object at Langley Field; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 22Jun43 landing with undercarriage retracted at Millville; 
					412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Damaged 8Feb44 by bird strike 2 miles E of Norfolk Field; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 1Oct44 after engine failure one mile N of Seymour Johnson
				22342 (MSN 93) 533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crashed 15Mar44 with mechanical failure near Chula, VA, Pilot killed
				22343 (MSN 94) 365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Damaged 16May43 taxying at Baltimore; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; 
					Crash landed 5Oct43 with structural failure at Alamogordo; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; Ainsworth Field, NB; 
					Damaged 12Jan44 by fire in an accident on the ground at Biggs Field, TX
				22344	(MSN 95) 368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; 
					Destroyed 19May43 in collision with P-47D 42-8024 landing at Grenier Field
				22345	(MSN 96) 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Destroyed 15May44 landing at Seymour Johnson, Pilot killed
				22346	(MSN 97)	
				22347	(MSN 98) 320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 30Oct43 landing at Mitchel Field; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 28Apr44 and destroyed 6 miles S of Shallote, NC
				22348	(MSN 99) 369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; 
					Crashed 23Apr43 after engine failure and fire 10 miles NW of Grenier Field, pilot bailed out
				22349	(MSN 100) 23rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Force landed 20Nov43 after engine failure near Dalhart Auxiliary Field #2, TX; 
					263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 9May44 with mechanical failure at Hahnville, LA
				22350	(MSN 101) 34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 22Apr43 near Moriches gunnery range, NY; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Force landed 9Jun44 after engine failure at Easton Municipal Airport, MD; 
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February 1946, scrapped at Searcey
				22351	(MSN 102)	
				22352	(MSN 103) 486th FS [G 71], 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 13May43 taxying at Farmingdale; 320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Mid air collision 15Mar44 with a towed target at Suffolk County
				22353	(MSN 104) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crash landed 21Jun43 after engine failure near Windsor Hill, CT; 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT Jan 1944. 
					538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar44 with a towed target at Bluethenthal Field; 
					114th Base Unit, 1st AF, Chatham Field, Savannah, GA; 
					Crash landed 27Feb45 at Chatham
				22354	(MSN 105) 486th FS [P104], 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Destroyed 23May43 near Riverhead, NY. The fighter took off and remained at low level, 
					beating up local beaches and scaring tourists. Then, turning across Peconic Bay flying 
					lower and lower over a dead calm sea, eventually the propeller dug into the water. The pilot 
					recovered and gained some height but, although the engine was running, there was no thrust. 
					The pilot set up a controlled descent and ditched off shore near Riverhead, NY. The aircraft 
					broke its back but the pilot escaped onto the wing and entered his dinghy with only 
					getting his feet wet.
				22355	(MSN 106)	4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Crash landed 12Jul45 after engine failure near Amarillo Field, TX
				22356	(MSN 107)	379th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 16Jul43 at Bradley Field, pilot killed
				22357	(MSN 108)	
				22358	(MSN 109)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Destroyed 20Jun43 in collision with P-47B 41-5953 landing at Westover, pilot killed
				22359	(MSN 110)	402nd FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Damaged 2Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County Field, NY; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 17Apr44 into Long Island Sound, 4 miles from Guilford, NY.  Pilot killed, lost at sea
				22360	(MSN 111) 485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 7Dec43 taking off at Suffolk County; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 11Apr45 3 miles W of Farmington, CT
				22361	(MSN 112)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Destroyed 6Jul43 after engine failure taking off at Republic Field and collided with 
					parked P-47Ds 42-8402, 42-8407, 42-8589 and 42-8597 
				22362	(MSN 113)	22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; 
					Damaged 12Oct43 taxying at Alamagordo; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 26Apr44 after engine failure at Robinsville, NC; 
					265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Damaged 18Sep44 when ground looped taking off at Pocatello; To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				22363	(MSN 114) 114th Base Unit, 1st AF, Chatham Field, Savannah, GA; 
					Damaged 19Nov44 taxying at Chatham Field; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Damaged 22Dec44 taxying at Dover
42-22364/22563		Republic P-47D-2-RA Thunderbolt
				22364	(MSN 115)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 14Jun43 while parked in collision by P-47B 41-5992 taxying at Westover
				22365	(MSN 116)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 12Jul44 after the pilot lost control at Mackeys, NC; Pilot killed
				22366	(MSN 117)	RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946, scrapped at Searcey
				22367	(MSN 118)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 1Jul43 by structural failure at Mitchel Field
				22368	(MSN 119)	125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Accident 1Sep44 landing at Dover; 
					Mid air collision 13Dec44 with a towed target 10 miles SE of Lewes, DE
				22369	(MSN 120)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Damaged 22Feb45 taxying at Strother
				22370	(MSN 121)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 20Aug43 landing with gear retracted at Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY; 
					538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 5Feb44 when ground looped landing at Bluethenthal; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 11May44 with an object on the ground gunnery range at Bluethenthal; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 29Jan45 taxying at Seymour Johnson, NC
				22371	(MSN 122)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crash landed 13May43 with fuel starvation at Galesville, MD, Pilot killed
				22372	(MSN 123)	535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 15Mar44 landing at Camp Springs
				22373	(MSN 124)	301st FS, 332nd FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Crashed 29Nov43 when taking off with engine failure at Selfridge
				22374	(MSN 125)	
				22375	(MSN 126)	389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 26Sep43 landing at Bluethenthal
				22376	(MSN 127)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 31Jul43 in collision with P-47D 42-8195 taxying at Mitchel; 
					402nd FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Mid air collision 17Sep43 with P-47D 42-8193 at Westover; 
					Accident 17Nov43 when nosed over landing at Suffolk County
				22377	(MSN 128)	538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 18Jan44 with P-47C 41-6544 at Navassa, NC; Pilot killed
				22378	(MSN 129)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Accident 11Oct44 landing at Camp Springs
				22379	(MSN 130)	131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA
					Crash landed 1May44 after engine failure at Ebony, VA
				22380	(MSN 131)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Mid air collision 26Jun43 with P-47D 42-22385 and crashed 20 miles S of Perry, Pilot killed
				22381	(MSN 132)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 5May43 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					Accident 24May43 landing at Dale Mabry
				22382	(MSN 133)	
				22383	(MSN 134)	859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 5Jan44 when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula; 
					2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 12Dec44 after engine failure at Matagorda Gunnery Range Field, TX
				22384	(MSN 135)	532nd FS [J28], 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 26Jan44 after engine failure near Dover Field; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley
					Damaged 26Dec44 taxying at Bradley Field; 
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				22385	(MSN 136)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 17Jun43 taxying at Perry Field; 
					Mid air collision 26Jun43 with P-47D 42-22380 20 miles S of Perry; 
					Accident 23Oct43 when ground looped during take-off at Perry Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crashed 21Sep44 after losing control near Strother Field, Pilot killed
				22386	(MSN 137)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Mid air collision 27May43 with P-47D 42-22326 and crashed 10 miles S of Dale Mabry, Pilot killed
				22387	(MSN 138)	859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 23Sep43 in collision with AT-6C 41-32853 taking off at Foster Field
				22388	(MSN 139)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Accident 21Aug43 landing with mechanical failure at Perry Field; 
					2532nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					Crashed 14May44 with mechanical failure 5 miles S of Randolph, TX, Pilot killed
				22389	(MSN 140)	
				22390	(MSN 141)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 13Aug43 after the engine failed taking off at Dale Mabry
				22391	(MSN 142)	59th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Damaged 7May43 in collision with UC-78 42-58419 taxying at Birmingham AAB, AL; 
					312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Mid air collision 23Aug43 with P-47D 42-8342 15 miles N of Perry; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 1Jul44 after engine failure at Suffolk County; 
					135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 5May45 taxying at Millville
				22392	(MSN 143)	859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 8Dec43 when nosed over at Matagorda Peninsula
				22393	(MSN 144)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Mid air collision 4Sep43 with P-47D 42-74864, 5 miles E of Perry Field; 
					Crashed 3Mar44 after engine failure 20 miles SE of Perry Field, Pilot bailed out
				22394	(MSN 145)	
				22395	(MSN 146)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 30May43 landing at Dale Mabry; 
					Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 11Jul43 taxying at Perry Field; 
					Mid air collision 1Sep43 with an object 10 miles SW of Bainbridge, GA; 
					Force landed 18Sep43 after engine failure at Perry Field; 
					263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 26Jun44 after engine failure near Harding Field
				22396	(MSN 147)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 5Jun43 and destroyed 4 miles NW of Havana, FL, Pilot killed.
				22397	(MSN 148)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 10Jul43 taxying at Perry Field; 
					2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 30Jan45 with a towed target 18 miles NE of Matagorda City
				22398	(MSN 149)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 21Jul43 after the engine failed taking off at Philadelphia
				22399	(MSN 150)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Accident 18Jun43 when the landing gear collapsed landing at Perry Field; 
					Damaged 15Aug43 taxying at Perry Field; 
					Accident 25Sep43 when the landing gear collapsed landing at Perry Field; 
					262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 22Sep44 when nosed over landing at Bruning Field
				22400	(MSN 151)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 18Feb44 after engine failure near Dale Mabry
				22401	(MSN 152)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 22May43 in collision with P-40K 42-10374 taking off at Dale Mabry; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Force landed 9May44 with mechanical failure at Norfolk; 
					Force landed 20Aug44 with mechanical failure at Norfolk
				22402	(MSN 153)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 26May43 taking off at Richmond; 
					539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47D; 
					Force landed 4Feb44 with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal Field; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 6Aug44 with a towed target on the aerial gunnery range at Bluethenthal; 
					456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Damaged 21Dec44 taxying at Selfridge; 
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946, scrapped at Searcey
				22403	(MSN 154)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 26Jun43 landing at Langley Field; Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 10Aug43 with a towed target at Millville Field; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 20May44 and destroyed by fire 3 miles S of Murfreesboro, SC, Pilot killed
				22404	(MSN 155)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Accident 6Jul43 after engine failure taking off at Perry Field; 
					Mid air collision 11Jul43 with P-47G 42-24969, 13 miles S of Perry, Pilot killed
				22405	(MSN 156)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 24Jul43 landing with mechanical failure at Philadelphia; 
					388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Mid air collision 5Aug43 with P-47D 42-22406 and crashed one mile E of Harbeson Crossroads, DE, Pilot bailed out
				22406	(MSN 157)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 21Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Philadelphia; 
					388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Mid air collision 5Aug43 with P-47D 42-22405 one mile E of Harbeson Crossroads, DE
				22407	(MSN 158)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 21May43 at Richmond AAB; 
					Crashed 9Jul43 after engine failure near Richmond AAB\, Pilot killed
				22408	(MSN 159)	120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crash landed 11Nov44 with fuel exhaustion 2 miles S of Petersburg, VA
				22409	(MSN 160)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 2Jul43 after engine failure at Perry Field, Pilot bailed out
				22410	(MSN 161)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Mid air collision 19Sep43 with an object 25 miles SE of Perry Field; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Mid air collision 3Jul44 with an object at Smithfield, VA; 
					113th Base Unit, 1st AF, Charleston Field, SC; 
					Crash landed 27Jan45 after engine failure 5 miles SE of Summerville, SC
				22411	(MSN 162)	
				22412	(MSN 163)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 20Jun43 taking off at Langley Field
				22413	(MSN 164)	390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 23Sep43 taxying at Wilmington
				22414	(MSN 165)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 4Jun43 with mechanical failure 6 miles SW of Williamsburg, VA. Pilot bailed out
				22415	(MSN 166)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 21May44 taxying at Bradley Field; 
					Accident 22Aug44 taking off at Bradley Field; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Crash landed 16May45 after engine failure 5 miles S of Elkton, NC
				22416	(MSN 167)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 12Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville Field, NJ
				22417	(MSN 168)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 16Aug43 taking off with mechanical failure at Millville Field, NJ; 
					324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crash landed 7Apr44 after engine failure 5 miles N of Blackstone, VA; 
					[V36], 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT
				22418	(MSN 169)	539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Missing 25Feb44 near Wilmington, NC; Pilot killed
				22419	(MSN 170)	374th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
						Crashed 3Oct43 after engine failure 8 miles N of LaPlace, LA, Pilot bailed out
				22420	(MSN 171)	404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Mid air collision 17Dec43 with a towed target 15 miles E of Atlantic City, NJ; 
					RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946, scrapped at Searcey
				22421	(MSN 172)	391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 13Oct43 with P-47D 42-74809 at Wilmington; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Damaged 22Jun44 taxying at Norfolk; 
					Damaged 18Jan45 taxying at Norfolk
				22422	(MSN 173)	132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 11Nov44 landing at Suffolk County
				22423	(MSN 174)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 30Jul43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville Field; 
					325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 22Nov43 when nosed over taxying at Millville; 
					536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 26Jan44 at Millville Field; 
					536th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 1May44 landing at Millville
				22424	(MSN 175)	[V72], 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; "Daddy Rabbit"; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 30May44 after the pilot lost control 10 miles S of Charlottesville, NC, Pilot bailed out
				22425	(MSN 176)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crash landed 8Apr43 after engine failure 10 miles NW of Powhatan, VA; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 27Mar45 with P-47D 42-27824 one mile N of Hampton Beach, NY
				22426	(MSN 177)	391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 11Oct43 taxying at Wilmington; 
					443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 30Dec43 taking off at Richmond AAB; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Accident 14May45 when ground looped landing at Norfolk Field
				22427	(MSN 178)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Crashed 25Jun43 with mechanical failure at Langley Field
				22428	(MSN 179)	125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Force landed 1Jun44 with structural failure at Dover Field
				22429	(MSN 180)	374th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 31Aug43 with a towed target at Millville Field; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Force landed 18Aug44 with engine failure 2 miles S of Easton, MD
				22430	(MSN 181)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Mid air collision 12Jun43 with P-47D 42-22431 and crashed at Lanexa, VA. Three pilots were performing 
					a local high-altitude training mission when two of them are believed to have collided in clouds 
					during the recovery from a high speed dive and crashed in two fields in Lanexa, VA. Both pilots were killed.
				22431	(MSN 182)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Mid air collision 12Jun43 with P-47D 42-22430 and crashed at Lanexa, VA. Three pilots were performing 
					a local high-altitude training mission when two of them are believed to have collided in clouds 
					during the recovery from a high speed dive and crashed in two fields in Lanexa, VA. Both pilots were killed.
				22432	(MSN 183)	135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 8Aug44 with Lockheed B-34 Ventura AJ239 at Millville
				22433	(MSN 184)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 13Jun44 landing at Bluethenthal; 
					Mid air collision 28Sep44 with P-47D 42-8182 25 miles SE of Wilmington, NC, Pilot killed
				22434	(MSN 185)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Damaged 10Jun43 taxying at Langley Field; [22]; 
					Crash landed 30Aug44 with fuel exhaustion near Courtright, ONT, Canada
				22435	(MSN 186)	540th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 2Nov43 landing at Wilmington; 
					390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 2Feb44 when ground looped taking off at Bluethenthal Field
				22436	(MSN 187)	406th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 4Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Millville Field; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 8Jun44 after engine and mechanical failure and destroyed 5 miles NE of Wilmington
				22437	(MSN 188)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 11Jan44 at Richmond AAB; 
					Crashed 26Mar44 2 miles E of Casco, VA, Pilot killed
				22438	(MSN 189)	374th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 8Sep43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Crash landed 16Apr44 with mechanical failure and destroyed near Norfolk Field
				22439	(MSN 190)	540th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 29Jan44 after engine failure at Camp Davis, NC; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 26Oct44 after engine failure and destroyed 10 miles N of Farmville, NC
				22440	(MSN 191)	122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 28Jun44 when nosed over taxying at Camp Springs; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Accident 2Dec44 landing at Camp Springs
				22441	(MSN 192)	533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 25Mar44 after engine failure and destroyed near Farmville, PA
				22442	(MSN 193)	537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crash landed 7Mar44 after engine failure 4 miles SW of Millville Field; 
					135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Force landed 12Jun44 after engine failure at Clarke Auxiliary Field, Ocean City, NJ
				22443	(MSN 194)	537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 2Feb44 with a towed target 5 miles E of Ocean City, NJ; 
					135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 25Apr44 taxying at Millville; 
					Force landed 17May44 after engine failure at Millville; 
					126th Base Unit, 1st AF, Walterboro Field, SC; 
					Crashed 10Aug44 and destroyed 3 miles W of Walterboro, Pilot killed
				22444	(MSN 195)	405th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Destroyed by fire on the ground at Millville Field 25Dec43. Two mechanics were running up the 
					engine of the P-47 and found it idling too fast. One mechanic explained “while on the wing 
					adjusting the idle, I noticed a glow and when I turned around it looked like the supercharger 
					was burning. I pushed the throttle forward to blow it out and instead of doing this it flamed 
					up higher, so we cut the engine by pulling the throttle and mixture controls back and turned 
					off the switches and fuel. Then I got off the wing and took a fire extinguisher and tried 
					to put it out.” The airplane had vented fuel on the fire and was destroyed.
				22445	(MSN 196)	448thFS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Damaged 8Mar44 taxying at Dover Field; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Accident 16Jul44 taking off in bad weather at Dover Field
				22446	(MSN 197)	374th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 6Aug43 taxying at Camp Springs AAB; 
					135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 29Apr44 while parked in collision with P-47G 42-25151 at Millville; 
					Force landed 20Sep44 after engine failure at Millville
				22447	(MSN 198)	391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 6Oct43 taxying at Wilmington; 
					323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 25Feb44 and severely damaged by fire on the ground at Richmond AAB
				22448	(MSN 199)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; 
					Accident 23May43 landing with mechanical failure at Evansville; 
					536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Force landed 30Jan44 with structural failure at Millville; 
					134th Base Unit, 1st AF, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Mid air collision 25Jul44 with an object near Oscoda Field
				22449	(MSN 200)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crash landed 11Jul43 after engine failure at Gunnery Range A, NJ; 
					29th Base Headquarters Squadron, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 4Apr44 near Franklin, MA, Pilot killed
				22450	(MSN 201)	389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 28Sep43 when caught fire on the ground at Bluethenthal
				22451	(MSN 202)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 14Jan44 with P-47C 41-6462 at Richmond AAB, VA; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Accident 2Jun44 landing at Norfolk; 
					134th Base Unit, 1st AF, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Crash landed 6Nov44 with landing gear retracted due mechanical failure at Oscoda Field; 
					Damaged 16Feb45 taxying at Oscoda Field; 
					Damaged 2Mar45 taxying at Oscoda Field; 
					146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Accident 16Apr45 landing at Selfridge; 
				22452	(MSN 203)	389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 19Sep43 after engine failure 16 miles SE of Whiteville, NC
				22453	(MSN 204)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Accident 27Jun43 landing with mechnical failure at Perry Field; 
					Damaged 13Sep43 taxying at Perry Field; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 18May44 after engine failure and destroyed 10 miles N of Seymour Johnson
				22454	(MSN 205)	386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; 
					9th Airdrome Service Squadron, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; 
					Crashed 7Apr44 five miles E of Devizes, Wiltshire, UK, Pilot killed
				22455	(MSN 206)	
				22456	(MSN 207)	61st FS [HV-N], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Liberty Belle"; 
					Shot down 15Mar44 near Quakenbrück, Germany.  MACR 3052. Pilot POW
				22457	(MSN 208)	487th FS [HO-H], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Frances B Too"; 
					512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Damaged 15Jul44 on take-off from Ashford
				22458	(MSN 209)	352nd FS [SX-L], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366, Aug43; 
					"Stingeree" - artwork of a stinging wasp; 
					Crashed 22Dec43 probably with fuel exhaustion or a mechanical failure into North Sea 10 miles E of 
					Lowestoft, UK.  MACR 1539. Pilot bailed out but MIA
				22459	(MSN 210)	351st FS [YJ-I], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Metfield, Station 366; 
					Damaged 13Oct43 while parked in collision by B-17F 42-3388, 42-30135 and another 385th Bomb Group B-17 
					aircraft which were taxying at Metfield; 84th FS [WZ-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Joker"; 
					512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by flak SW of Bastogne, Belgium while attacking a German armored column December 27, 1944. 
					MACR 11481.  Pilot killed.
				22460	(MSN 211)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Metfield, Station 366; 
					512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Saint Léonard [A-36], France; 
					Damaged by flak at Landremont and crashed at Mamey, France September 10, 1944. MACR 9121.  Pilot bailed 
					out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				22461	(MSN 212)	361st FS [QI-N], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Transferred out on day of receipt; 
					358th FS [YF-J], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122
				22462	(MSN 213)	352nd FS [SX-P], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; 
					Metfield, Station 366; 
					First combat mission August 9, 1943; 
					On September 5, 1943, the aircraft was flown from Metfield to Halesworth by a pilot from 56th FG, 
					apparently 'liberated' during an escape exercise; 
					16th Air Depot Group, 6th Tactical Air Depot, 9th AF, RAF Membury, USAAF Station 466; 
					Accident 20Mar44 landing at Membury; 
					7th Air Depot Group, 6th Tactical Air Depot, 9th AF, RAF Membury, USAAF Station 466; 
					Damaged 14Aug44 taxying at Membury; 
					Base Air Depot No.2; 8th AF Service Command, RAF Warton, USAAF Station 582; 
					Damaged 23Sep44 while parked by P-51D 44-14197 being taxied by ground crew at RAF Warton, Lancashaire, UK.
					Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22463	(MSN 214)	82nd FS [MX-J], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, Station 357; "Apple Knocker"; 
					Shot down and crashed near Quesnoy-sur-Deûle, 9km NW of Lille, France January 29, 1944. MACR 2121.
					The pilot was on his 10th combat mission escorting bombers to Brussels when his flight of four fighters 
					was jumped by eight German Bf 109 fighters. Out-manoeuvring the Germans, the pilot lost altitude and 
					was last contacted by radio about 20 miles southeast of Brussels, Belgium. When the P-47 ran out of fuel, 
					the pilot pulled it up to 4,000 ft and managed to bail out; he evaded capture with the help of the Résistance. 
				22464	(MSN 215)	354th FS [WR-F], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; "Lorie" 
					[named for the pilot's wife]; 
					369th FS [IV-W], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					Crashed at Herringhausen while strafing tugboats in the Weser Canal, Germany April 8, 1944. MACR 3898. 
					Pilot killed.
				22465	(MSN 216)	352nd FS [SX-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; 
					"Scotty Bill"  [named after the pilot's two best friends]
				22466	(MSN 217)	352nd FS [SX-E], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Mary Jayne"; 
					Combat damaged by flak during bomber escort duties to Schweinfurt, Germany October 14, 1943.
					Forming up over the North Sea for an escort mission to Brunswick May 19, 1944, the engine oil temperature 
					increased and the pressure dropped. Turning back towards base with severe engine vibration, the 
					engine stopped with the aircraft at an altitude of ~12,000ft and some 40 miles from the English coast. 
					The aircraft still had a full load of external fuel tank, bombs and ammunition but the pilot coaxed 
					the aircraft to a dead-stick forced landing at RAF  Martlesham Heath, landing on the grass parallel to a 
					group take-off by the resident 356th FG. The propeller was seized solid and a rag was found in the 
					oil tank, blocking the flow of oil to the engine. The engine was replaced and the aircraft flown 
					back to Raydon May 22, 1944; 
					RAF Raydon, Station 157; [SX-J bar]; "Anne"; 
					(353rd FG, 352nd FS, 8th AF damaged by the bomb blast from the preceding P-47D while strafing trains and 
					crash landed, hitting a tree and telephone pole, in a field at Bombon, 12km ENE of Melun, SE of Paris, 
					France August 12, 1944. MACR 7605.  Pilot evaded capture. The aircraft was destroyed by another P-47D to prevent capture.
				22467	(MSN 218)	82nd FS [MX-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					Crashed with fuel exhaustion in the English Channel 15 miles W of Dieppe, France January 24, 1944. MACR 2113.
					The aircraft was low on fuel in bad weather but was on the wrong heading to land at RAF Manston, Kent to refuel, Pilot MIA
				22468	(MSN 219)	361st FS [QI-Z], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Transferred out on day of receipt; 
					368th FS [CV-S bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; "Geronimo"; 
					358th FS [YF-V], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; "Geronimo"; 
					311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; 
					Accident 12May44 landing at RAF Thorpe Abbots, USAAF Station 139; 
					4th Strategic Air Depot, 8th AF, RAF Hitcham, USAAF Station 470, Suffolk, UK; 
					Crash landed 28May44 at Hitcham
				22469	(MSN 220)	351st FS [YJ-Z], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; "Marty"; 
					360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; "Old Master"; 
					Shot down while strafing a train in the vicinity of Wetzlar, Germany by a Fw 190A-8 flown by Uffz Gartz 
					of JG2/2 and crashed at Langgöns, south of Gießen, Germany September 9, 1944.  MACR 8656.  Pilot killed.
				22470	(MSN 221)	352nd FS [SX-O], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345, Lincolnshire, UK; 
					Accident 31Jul43 landing at Goxhill.  Pilot survived, aircraft damaged but repaired.
					376th FS [E9-Z], 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, USAAF Station 374; "My Buddy"; 
				22471	(MSN 222)	357th FS [OS-I], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; 
					410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF; RAF Woodchurch, USAAF Station 419, Kent, UK; Damaged 7May44 when ground looped at Woodchurch.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badlyu damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22472	(MSN 223)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; 
					Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, USAAF Station 150, Essex, UK; 
					Accident 27May44 on take-off at Boxted.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22473	(MSN 224)	357th FS [OS-N], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122, Cambridgeshire, UK; 
					Crash landed 20Jan44 after engine failure at Steeple Morden.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22474	(MSN 225)	328th FS [PE-I], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "Patty Ann"; 
					389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; RAF Thruxton, USAAF Station 407; 
					Laon-Couvron [A-70], Aisne, France; 
					Damaged 15Sep44 by structural failure on take-off at Laon-Couvron.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22475	(MSN 226)	350th FS [LH-N], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; "Kat"; "Kalamazoo Gal"; 
					352nd FS [SX-N]; Severely combat damaged 13Nov43 and force landed at RAF Hardwick, Station 104; Salvaged at Hardwick
				22476	(MSN 227)	82nd FS [MX-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; "Fortune's Fool'; 
					Crash landed 3Aug43 at RAF Rougham, USAAF Station 468; [MX-J]; 
					Accident 4Jan44 landing at RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; The fighter was hit by flak and 
					was being escorted home over Holland when the flight of three P 47's were jumped by 30 German fighters. 
					They split and ran for it but four Germans chased this aircraft. The pilot was hopping trees so the 
					Germans couldn't get a shot at him. In front were power lines, the pilot didn't have time to react and 
					the Thunderbolt hit the wires. The aircraft shuddered but kept going. One German blew up and the other 
					ones thought they were being attacked so they quit chasing the P-47. The pilot flew the fighter 
					across the North Sea back to England and crash landed at RAF Martlesham Heath. 
					Detachment B [5F-V], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, USAAF Station 150, Essex, UK; "Helen"; 
					Accident 30Jul44 landing at Boxted; Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.
					Declared war weary; 
					435th FS [J2-R], 479th FG, 8th AF, Wattisham, Station 377; 
					Accident 12Jul45 landing at Wattisham
				22477	(MSN 228)	351st FS [YJ-S], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Metfield, USAAF Station 366, Suffolk, UK; 
					Damaged taxying at Metfield 23Sep43 when a contractor truck appeared on the strip and a collision 
					occurred which damaged the right wing and aileron.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged; 
					369th FS [IV-M], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
				22478	(MSN 229)	61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; 
					"G.O.P." [G.O.P. = Grand Old Party, i.e. The Republicans]; 
					358th FS [YF-L], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122
				22479	(MSN 230)	83rd FS [HL-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					361st FS [QI-V bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF; 
					Crashed 23May44 5 miles SW of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, UK; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyued
				22480	(MSN 231)	358th FS [YF-B], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; 
					370th FS [CR-K; CS-K], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133
				22481	(MSN 232)	62nd FS [LM-J; LM-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; "Kentucky Pud II"; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-Q], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342, Shropshire, UK; 
					Crash landed 21Jun44 at Atcham; 
					Declared war weary; 
					Crashed 14Aug44 after losing control on take-off at Atcham.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22482	(MSN 233)	83rd FS [HL-5PO], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; (5PO =Five Pounds); 
					352nd FS [SX-M], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; "Stinky Poo!" [named in sympathy 
					of the pilot's wife who was caring for their new baby back home]; 
					RAF Metfield, USAAF Station 366; 
					Accident 11Aug43 landing at RAF Martlesham Heath; 
					Combat damaged 14Oct43 by a Bf 109 and landed on one wheel at RAF Metfield; 
					HQ Squadron, 3rd Air Division, 8th AF, RAF Elveden Hall, USAAF Station 116; 
					Crash landed 7Jun44 after engine failure at RAF Attlebridge, USAAF Station 120, Norfolk, UK.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				22483	(MSN 234)	351st FS [YJ-G], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; "Rabbit"; 
					84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					369th FS [IV-G; IV-V], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133
				22484	(MSN 235)	358th FS [YF-L], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; "Slugger"; 
					Combat damaged by Uffz Albert Brett in Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/7 and crash landed at Giessendam, Netherlands 
					November 29, 1943.  MACR 1285.  Pilot POW.
				22485	(MSN 236)	358th FS [YF-O], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; 
					367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; 
					Crash landed 27Jul44 at Membury; 
					6th Tactical Air Depot, 9th AF, RAF Membury, USAAF Station 466; 
					316th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF; Lunéville [Y-2], France; Damaged 19Feb45 on take-off at Lunéville.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22486	(MSN 237)	486th FS [PZ-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 
					"This Is It"; [PZ-H]; "Cile" / "Luck of the Irish" - Artwork of horse shoe/shamrock/dice; 
					Mid air collision 8Mar44 with P-47D 42-8490, 42-8652 and 42-75157 while flying formation in a 
					long climb through thick cloud after take-off for a mission and crashed near RAF Hethel, Norfolk, UK; 
					Pilot bailed out [he landed on his head and hands when his feet became trapped in the parachute rigging].
				22487	(MSN 238)	487th FS [HO-G], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 
					Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit over Haule, Friesland, Netherlands and crashed 
					near Zwolle December 22, 1943.  MACR 1538.  Pilot killed.
				22488	(MSN 239)	359th FS [OC-F], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Accident 20Jun44 landing at Martlesham Heath; 
					313th Ferrying Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF; Grove, Station 519; 
					Accident 14Jan45 landing after a ferry flight at Paris, Orly [A-47], France.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22489	(MSN 240)	357th FS [OS-Y], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122
				22490	(MSN 241)	358th FS [YF-U], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; "Beetle" / "Agnes"; 
					Crash landed 19Aug43 at Steeple Morden. The pilot was on his third mission on November 7, 1943 while 
					escorting B-26s of 9th AFs attacking German airfields at Montdidier and Meulan, France.
					Becoming disoriented in poor weather, with fuel running low and after watching the squadron leader 
					crash land, the pilot began looking for a suitable airfield for an emergency landing. He spotted 
					a field and landed, followed a vehicle to a parking place and shut down. Only then did the pilot 
					realise the people surrounding the plane were Germans. He had landed at the German airfield at 
					Caen-Carpiquet, France. MACR 1281.  The pilot was taken Prisoner of War (POW); the aircraft was 
					captured undamaged by the Germans. Luftwaffe [7+9, also quoted as TO+FK], Rechlin, Germany; Evaluated by the Luftwaffe 
					test centre. [YF-U], Used in a Nazi propaganda film. [T9+FK], Zirkus Rosarius; Rechlin, Germany; 
					Parts from another P-47 that crashed at Theville at the same time were used to repaire 42-22490.
					Taken back by US forces 1945; Broken up for scrap at Bad Worishofen after the end of the war. 
				22491	(MSN 242)	486th FS [PZ-L], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342. 
					Crashed into cottages and destroyed by fire at the intersection of High Street and Riverside Road, 
					Upper Tean, Staffordshire July 14, 1944. Pilot killed. The pilot was flying in the No.3 position of 
					a four aircraft battle formation. They had taken off from Atcham and were flying at between 
					6500 – 7000ft when the formation was intercepted, or ‘bounced’, by two other aircraft reported 
					to be P-47s. The flight leader called to his formation to break as though being attacked by enemy 
					fighters. While breaking from the formation it would seem that this pilot lost control of his 
					aircraft and it entered a spin which was observed by other members of the flight; the aircraft 
					had crashed into a row of houses. The pilot had made no attempt to abandon the aircraft. 
					At the time of the crash there were two people in the house; both were rescued from the rubble.
				22492	(MSN 243)	487th FS [HO-F], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "Marjorie"; 
					Mid air collision 8Mar44 with P-47D 42-75513 near Hethel, Norfolk.  Able to land, believed repaired.
				22493	(MSN 244)	
				22494	(MSN 245)	
				22495	(MSN 246)	
				22496	(MSN 247)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 19Sep43 on take-off at Wards Drome.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22497	(MSN 248)	342nd FS [57], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 		
					On October 22, 1943 the fighter took off from Tsili-Tsili Airfield, New Guinea on a mission to escort B-25s 
					over Wewak. Returning from the mission, the pilot became lost in bad weather and bailed out over the 		
					Fly River Area. He spent two days lost in the jungle and four days with friendly natives before 
					linking up with Allied forces and was transported back to Port Moresby and returned to duty. 
				22498	(MSN 249)	
				22499	(MSN 250)	26th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Crash landed 16Jun43 after engine failure at Cypress, IN; 
					412th Sub-Depot, Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY; 
					Crash landed 5Feb44 with mechanical failure at Godman Field
				22500	(MSN 251)	
				22501	(MSN 252)	"340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Crashed 27Sep43 after take-off at Rogers Airdrome, New Guinea; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed; 
					Abandoned at 30-Mile Drome (Rogers) west of Port Moresby. The wings, undercarriage and engine all 
					existed until the mid 1990's when everything except for the engine and propeller was scrapped.
				22502	(MSN 253)	
				22503	(MSN 254)	
				22504	(MSN 255)	Cobell Industries Inc., Forth Worth, Texas; Registered N69034, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Dec14
				22505	(MSN 256)	26th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Force landed 19Jun43 with fuel exhaustion 3 miles SE of Holbrook Municipal Airport, AZ
				22506	(MSN 257)	
				22507	(MSN 258)	
				22508	(MSN 259)	552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342; 
					Accident 10Nov43 landing at RAF Hucknall, Nottinghamshire; 
					784th Bomb Squadron, 466th Bomb Group, 8th AF, RAF Attlebridge, USAAF Station 120, Norfolk, UK; 
					Accident 14Sep44 landing at Attlebridge
				22509	(MSN 260)	486th FS [PZ-I], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "Snow White" + 
					artwork of Snow White
				22510	(MSN 261)	342nd FS [79], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea; "A Helluva Wreck"
				22511	(MSN 262)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 
					Shot down by flak and crashed NE of Desvres, 18km SE of Boulange-sur-Mer, France December 30, 1943; 
					MACR 1945.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				22512	(MSN 263)	4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Crashed 24Jun43 with mechanical failure at Coburn, PA; Pilot bailed out
				22513	(MSN 264)	328th FS [PE-R], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141, Norfolk, UK; "Ilene"; 
					Accident 23Sep43 landing at Bodney.  Pilot survived, aircraft was repaired but declared war weary; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Mannheim/Sandhofen [Y-79], Germany; 
					Accident 8Jun45 landing at Mannheim
				22514	(MSN 265) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Force landed 4Aug44 after engine failure at Bradley Field
				22515	(MSN 266) 487th FS [HO-U], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141, Norfolk, UK; "Miss Behave" - 
					Artwork of svelte naked female form considered too provocative by the Squadron CO and replaced 
					by "Brutal Lulu" (L&R) - artwork of Amazonian woman with arms as thick as tree trunks wielding a chain mace; 
					Crash landed at RAF Manston, Kent March 11, 1944; Pilot survived, but aircraft was salvaged March 11, 1944
				22516	(MSN 267)	486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 
					Shot down by Jhj Obfw Hans Grunberg in Bf 109G-5 of JG 3/5 at Goirle, Netherlands November 30, 1943; MACR 1444.
					Pilot killed.
				22517	(MSN 268)	359th FS [OC-U], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; "Eager Eagle"; 
					[OC-J]; Accumulated over 400 hours flying time on operational missions between September 1943 
					and August 1944, after which it was relegated to training duties.
				22518	(MSN 269)	83rd FS [HL-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					84th FS [WZ-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					358th FS [YF-Q], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; "Damn Yank"; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342; 
					Crash landed 10Jun44 on the Wykham Martin Estate, Hockley Heath, Warwickshire; Pilot killed, 
					aircraft was destroyed.
				22519	(MSN 270)	328th FS [PE-W], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "Red Raider"
				22520	(MSN 271)	361st FS [QI-N], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Shot down and crashed 15 miles NE of Lingen, Germany February 10, 1944; MACR 2163.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				22521	(MSN 272)	5th AF, Abandoned at Finschhafen Airfield and buried in a pit. During 2002 this aircraft 
					was reportedly dug up by an Australian group known as '75 Squadron' (no association with the RAAF 
					or 75 Squadron) while the group was recovering aircraft scrap from Finschhafen Airfield. 
					It was transported to Lae where it was loaded into a container and shipped to Australia. 
					Unloaded at Melbourne, this and other wreckage was transported by road on city streets 
					during Melbourne morning rush hour traffic and identified as P-38s and P-47s by many drivers. 
					Containered with P-38J "Jandina III" 42-103988 and (possibly) P-38F 42-12652 and three Thunderbolts: 
					this aircraft plus P-47D 42-75284 and P-47D 42-8074. Shipped to Westpac Restorations in Rialto, 
					California and stored at their facility during 2003-2004. At the time details on this aircraft 
					were unknown due to a non-disclosure agreement with the owner/client Paul Allen / Flying Heritage 
					Collection. Current whereabouts are unknown, likely moved to Paul Allen / Flying Heritage Collection in Arlington, WA. 
				22522	(MSN 273)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; RAF Headcorn, USAAF Station 412, Kent, UK; 
					Crashed 16Jul44 after take-off, collided with a parked P-47D (believed 42-26487) and destroyed at Headcorn
				22523	(MSN 274)	351st FS [YJ-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Angel Of Mercy"; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed flown by Uffz Ernst Egerer of JG54/167 at Nijmegen, S of Arnhem, 
					Netherlands September 21, 1944; MACR 9003.  Pilot killed.
				22524	(MSN 275)	359th FS [OC-S], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369, Suffolk, UK; 
					Damaged 20Feb44 in an accident on the ground at Martlesham Heath, repaired
					369th FS [IV-D], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					511th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF; Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; 
					Crashed during wheels-up belly landing 16Nov44 at Saint Dizier.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired.
				22525	(MSN 276)	361st FS [QI-V], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
						Crashed near Steinhuder Meer, NW of Hannover, Germany January 11, 1944.  MACR 1742; Pilot killed.
				22526	(MSN 277)	
				22527	(MSN 278)	62nd FS [LM-H], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Taylor Maid II"; 
					Ditched 20Dec43 into North Sea 10 miles off the coast of Holland. Fuel was leaking badly and the 
					aircraft returned towards home, flying low down and eventually ran out of fuel. MACR 1535.  The pilot did
					not bail out and was missing, presumed drowned.
				22528	(MSN 279)	359th FS [OC-B], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Damaged 11Feb44 in collision by Hawker Typhoon MM992 taxying at Martlesham Heath.  Only ground crew involved and
					none were injured. 
					369th FS [IV-B bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Stinker"
				22529	(MSN 280)	328th FS [PE-J], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "Mavourneen" [Gaelic, meaning 'my beloved']; 
					390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; RAF Thruxton, Station 407; 
					Saint Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Shot down by flak and crashed at Ger, 12km NE of Mortain, France August 9, 1944; 
					MACR 8152.  Pilot killed.
				22530	(MSN 281)	487th FS [HO-R], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "Pat" / "Hoosier Hotshot"; "The Kid"; 
					Damaged 23Feb44 taxying at Bodney; 
					Shot down by flak, crashed and exploded at Boscrocourt, 1.5km NE of Saint-Rémy-Boscrocourt, France March 11, 1944; 
					MACR 5013.  Pilot killed.
				22531	(MSN 282)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 
					Missing 14Sep43 after a fighter sweep over Belgium and probably crashed in the North Sea 50 
					miles S of Felixstowe; MACF 562.  Pilot MIA
				22532	(MSN 283)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; 
					Accident 30Jun43 in collision with P-47B 41-6026 taxying at Evansville; 
					358th FS [YF-N], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; 
					Shot down and crashed at Croix-lez-Rouveroy, Belgium October 18, 1943; MACR 1050.  Pilot killed. 
					The fighter was despatched to provide escort to B-17s bombers heading towards Düren, Germany. 
					Weather prevented the fighters from making rendezvous with the bombers and both bombers and 
					fighters were recalled. The aircraft left formation and was last seen at about 15,000 feet in a spin; 
					Possibly the oxygen system failed. Engine, nose section, oleo leg and tail wheel assembly recovered March 20, 1999.
				22533	(MSN 284)	361st FS [QI-E], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369, Suffolk, UK; "Buggs Bunny"; 
					[QI-V bar]; Damaged 15Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-75505 taxying at Martlesham Heath, left wing sheared off.
					Repaired.
				22534	(MSN 285)	63rd FS [UN-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; 
					Damaged 7Sep43 when ground looped on take-off at Halesworth; [UN-O], repaired; 
					328th FS [PE-X], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 
					360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369
				22535	(MSN 286)	360th FS [PI-N], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; “Kathleen Ann"; 
					Damaged by flak and crash landed near Neerwenden, Belgium March 20, 1944; MACR 3394.  Pilot evaded capture.
				22536	(MSN 287)	356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369
				22537	(MSN 288)	62nd FS [LM-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342; 
					Crash landed 16Nov44 with fuel exhaustion in bad weather near Senlis, France. Pilot survived, but aircraft was 
					destroyed.
				22538	(MSN 289)	357th FS [OS-F], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122, Cambridgeshire, UK; 
					The Butcher" [named after the pilot - Chester J. Butcher]; Force landed 5Jan44 at Steeple Morden.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22539	(MSN 290)	84th FS [WZ-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342,
					Shropshire, UK; Damaged 29Feb44 taxying at Atcham; Accident 14Nov44 at Atcham
				22540	(MSN 291)	356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369
				22541	(MSN 292)	62nd FS [LM-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; "Willie"; 
					Declared war weary; 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 27Oct44 at Llanbedr bombing range, Merionethshire
				22542	(MSN 293)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Mid air collision with P-47D 42-8662 at 4,000ft and crashed at Rochy-Condé, 8km SE of Beauvais, France 
					December 30, 1943; MACR 1971.  Pilot killed. One of them was shot down by Lt Waldemar Radener 
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/7 and then collided with the other.
				22543	(MSN 294)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-L], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342; 
					Damaged 3Nov43 taxying at Atcham; Crash landed 16Jun44 at Atcham, possibly after a mid air collision with P-47D 42-75138
				22544	(MSN 295)	Ground looped on takeoff at RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, England Sep 7, 1943. Pilot survived, aircraft 
					repaired and transferred to 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; . 
					Crashed 4Jan44 when diving near Witnesham, Suffolk; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				22545	(MSN 296)	357th FS [OS-Z], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122, Cambridgeshire, UK; 
					Shot down by Bf 109G and crashed at Gelsdorf, Germany December 1, 1943; MACR 1287.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				22546	(MSN 297)	357th FS [OS-G], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122, Cambridgeshire, UK; 
					Damaged 23Dec43 on take-off at Steeple Morden; [OS-S] 
				22547	(MSN 298)	328th FS [PE-U], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "We Three"; 
					Declared war weary; Detachment B, 65th FW, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, USAAF Station 150; 
					Crash landed 20Jun44 after engine failure and destroyed 12 miles SW of RAF Manston, Kent.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				22548	(MSN 299)	486th FS [PZ-G], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; “Gigs-Up” (L&R) 
					[named after the pilot, Edward J. Gignac] - artwork of a leaping black panther (both sides); 
					Returning from a mission 11Feb44, the aircraft stalled on approach and crashed landing at Bodney; 
					27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, RAF Warton, USAAF Station 582; 
					Damaged 18Apr44 taxying at RAF Ashford; 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by flak attacking a German vehicle convoy near Champagney, France.  
					The left wing was damaged, the aircraft rolling about three times then crashed and exploded 
					2km SE of Cornimont, France September 11, 1944; MACR 9123.  Pilot killed.
				22549	(MSN 300)	357th FS [OS-E], 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, Station 122;  "Jean's Little Moe"; 
					367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; 
					The wing was damaged by flak and the aircraft crashed near Argentan, France August 12, 1944; MACR 8581.  Pilot killed.
				22550	(MSN 301)	361st FS [QI-R], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					"Kay barb J" [named after the pilot's wife Kay, daughter Barbara, and son Jim]; "Gentle Annie"; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342; 
					Crashed 4Mar44 near Lloyd's Farm, Empton, Radnorshire, Wales; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				22551	(MSN 302)	361st FS [QI-U], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					370th FS [CR-G bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; RAF Thruxton, USAAF Station 407; 
					Saint Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; 
					Accident 12Aug44 landing at Saint Pierre-du-Mont; 
					379th FS [B8-Z bar], 362nd FG, 9th AF; Verdun/Etain [A-82], France; 
					Crash landed 25Feb45 at Verdun.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22552	(MSN 303)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Accident 9Jun44 on the ground at Strother; 
					Crashed 9Jul44 and destroyed landing short of the airfield at Strother
				22553	(MSN 304)	374th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 2Aug43 landing at Camp Springs; 
					Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 2Apr44 in the sea near Atlantic City, NJ; Pilot killed. 
					The pilot led a flight of five P-47s on an aerial gunnery mission on the Atlantic City Range. 
					During the mission, he was seen jumping from a flaming plane. He was burned, but landed safely 
					in the ocean and his flight radioed for help. The NAS Atlantic City crash boat left shore 
					40 minutes later. The pilot was dead when pulled from the ocean.
				22554	(MSN 305)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 6Sep43 taking off with mechanical failure at Camp Springs; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 30Sep44 when nosed over landing at NAS Squantum, Boston, MA
				22555	(MSN 306)	539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 21Mar44 at Bluethenthal Field; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crashed 2Jul44 after losing control 3 miles E of Lake Waccamaw, NC; Pilot killed
				22556	(MSN 307)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 5Aug43 in collision with P-47C 41-6136 taxying at Millville; 
					133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 17Jun44 into Long Island Sound off Madison Gunnery Range, CT; Pilot killed
				22557	(MSN 308)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Damaged 10Aug44 taxying at Pocatello
				22558	(MSN 309)	120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 6Jun44 after engine and mechanical failure and destroyed 10 miles NW of Richmond, VA
				22559	(MSN 310)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX; 
					Damaged 30Oct43 in collision with P-47D 42-74761 taxying at Biggs Field; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; 
					Ainsworth Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision with P-47D 42-8175 and crashed near Wood Lake, 20 miles NW of Ainsworth, NB 
					February 5, 1944. Two P-47's from the Ainsworth Army Air Field were conducting a training mission 
					over the Sandhills near Wood Lake. The pilot of the other aircraft covered the canopy 
					in order to fly by instruments so that he would not be able to see the ground. This pilot 
					was acting as the observer, but was too close to the plane flying by instruments which made an 
					unanticipated turn and flew into the observer plane. Both planes spiraled out of control 
					and crashed about one half mile apart. Both pilots were killed during either the mid-air collision 
					or upon striking the ground.
				22560	(MSN 311)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 21Oct43 and destroyed taking off at Richmond
				22561	(MSN 312)	
				22562	(MSN 313)	376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Caught fire and crashed just east of Millville Field 12Aug43; Pilot bailed out.
				22563	(MSN 314)	389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 3Oct43 in collision with P-47D 42-74825 taxying at Bluethenthal; 
					Mid air collision 14Nov43 with a towed target 5 miles N of Wrightsville Beach, NC; 
					539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 14Dec43 after engine failure at Bluethenthal Field			
42-22564/22663		Republic P-47D-3-RA Thunderbolt
				22564	(MSN 315)	[V19], 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 12Jun44 with mechanical failure 5 miles W of Fountain, NC; 
					Damaged 29Jan45 in collision with P-47C 41-6550 on the ground at Seymour Johnson; 
					Crash landed 15Feb45 with mechanical failure at Seymour Johnson
				22565	(MSN 316)	
				22566	(MSN 317)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Damaged 23Jul44 when nosed over taxying at Strother Field
				22567	(MSN 318)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 7May44 landing with mechanical failure at Palacios Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 8Oct44 with P-47D 42-28242 and crashed 15 miles NW of Abilene, Pilot bailed out
				22568	(MSN 319)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 14Jun44 with P-47D 43-25365 and crashed 2 miles NW of Harding, LA, Pilot bailed out
				22569	(MSN 320)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 4Nov43 when nosed over landing at Groton; 
					Mid air collision 21Nov43 with P-47D 42-22614, 10-15 miles NE of Groton; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Destroyed 25Feb44 landing at Seymour Johnson
				22570	(MSN 321)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 4Oct44 with mechanical failure SE of Abilene
				22571	(MSN 322)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 10Oct44 when nosed over taxying at Bruning Field; 
					464th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision 18Nov44 with P-47D 42-29475 one mile E of Geneva, NB
				22572	(MSN 323)	
				22573	(MSN 324)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crashed 8Jun44 during formation flying near Carleton, NB, Pilot killed. Three pilots in P-47's 
					were practicing formation flying near the town of Carleton. The planes were above the 
					overcast and endeavored to go below the clouds. The proximity of the ground was too 
					close as this aircraft came out of the clouds while in a dive and struck the ground killing the pilot.
				22574	(MSN 325)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 12Apr45 after engine failure  2 miles E of Bradshaw, TX
				22575	(MSN 326)	22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision 7Dec43 with a towed target at Scribner Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 6Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-23020 landing at Bruning Field
				22576	(MSN 327)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX; 
					Crashed 30Oct43 96 miles E of Biggs Field, TX; Pilot killed
				22577	(MSN 328)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crashed 14Sep44 at Bruning Field, NB. The aircraft had been practicing formation flying with four 
					other P-47s near Cordova when one of them went out of control and crashed. The remaining 
					four fighters returned to Bruning Field; the pilot of 42-22577 was apparently distraught 
					over the earlier crash of his fellow pilot, lost control and crashed on landing. Pilot killed.
				22578	(MSN 329)	23rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF; Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 23Nov43 with P-47D 42-74769 at Auxiliary Field #2, Dalhart, TX; 269th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Destroyed 5Aug44 after the engine failed taking off from Strother Field
				22579	(MSN 330)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Force landed 18Aug44 after engine failure and destroyed 3 miles E of Daykin, NB; Pilot killed. 
					A group of P-47's were doing formation training near the town of Daykin when this aircraft left 
					the formation after engine failure. The pilot attempted to make an emergency landing in a cornfield, 
					but came down at a steep angle. The left wing struck the ground and cart-wheeled the plane which killed the pilot.
				22580	(MSN 331)	
				22581	(MSN 332)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX; 
					Accident 8Nov43 in collision with B-24D 42-41199 landing at Biggs Field
				22582	(MSN 333)	22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Charleston Field, SC; 
					Destroyed 6Aug43 in collision with P-47D 42-74755 taxying at Charleston Field, SC
				22583	(MSN 334)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crash landed 31Jul43 with fuel exhaustion one mile S of Sherborn, MA; 
					321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 8Apr44 one fire at White Oak, NC, Pilot bailed out
				22584	(MSN 335)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 19Jan45 5 miles SE of Goldsboro, NC, Pilot killed
				22585	(MSN 336)	
				22586	(MSN 337)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 1Apr44 landing with mechanical failure at Abilene Field; 
					Damaged 25Apr45 by fire at Abeline Field
				22587	(MSN 338)	
				22588	(MSN 339)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX; 
					Accident 30Sep43 taking off with mechanical failure at Biggs Field
				22589	(MSN 340)	
				22590	(MSN 341)	
				22591	(MSN 342)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crash landed 28Jun44 after engine failure and destroyed at Hillsgrove
				22592	(MSN 343)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 17May44 taking off with mechanical failure, crashed and destroyed 5 miles SW of Seymour Johnson
				22593	(MSN 344)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 25May44 taking off and destroyed at Hillsgrove
				22594	(MSN 345)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 7Sep43 taxying at Bedford Field, MA; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 2May44 landing at Morris Field
				22595	(MSN 346)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 11Aug43 after the engine failed taking off at Hillsgrove; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Mid air collision 4Oct44 with P-47D 42-8305 and destroyed at Simsbury, CT, Pilot killed
				22596	(MSN 347)	[A239], 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 26Apr44 with mechanical failure at Seymour Johnson; 
					Mid air collision 26Aug44 with P-47C 41-6176, 4 miles N of Seymour Johnson
				22597	(MSN 348)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 24Mar45 taxying at Bradley Field;  
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				22598	(MSN 349)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 11Jan45 taxying at Hillsgrove
				22599	(MSN 350)	
				22600	(MSN 351)	
				22601	(MSN 352)	
				22602	(MSN 353)	
				22603	(MSN 354)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 14Oct43 when ground looped at Lae Airdrome, Morobe, New Guinea.  Pilotsurvived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22604	(MSN 355)	36th FS [G], 8th FG, 5th AFWards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22605	(MSN 356)	
				22606	(MSN 357)	
				22607	(MSN 358)	341st FS [36], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Naughty Nadine"
				22608	(MSN 359)	39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Accident 22Dec43 landing at Nadzab #1, Morobe, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				22609	(MSN 360)	36th FS, 8th FG, 5th AFWards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22610	(MSN 361)	
				22611	(MSN 362)	310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF, Archerfield, Brisbane, Australia; 
					Crashed 28Dec43 into a mountain in New Guinea when got lost in bad weather during the squadron transfer 
					from Brisbane, Australia to Dobodura, New Guinea; MACR 3736.  Pilot MIA
				22612	(MSN 363)	36th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF; Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Crashed 20Oct43 after engine failure and destroyed at Ward's Airdrome; Pilot killed
				22613	(MSN 364)	39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Accident 20Dec43 landing and destroyed at Nadzab #1, Morobe.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22614	(MSN 365)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 25Aug43 taxying at Suffolk County Field, NY; 
					485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 21Nov43 with P-47D 42-22569, 10-15 miles NE of Groton
				22615	(MSN 366)	Redesignated TP-47D; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 2Jan45 in collision with TP-47D 42-75469 at Camp Springs
				22616	(MSN 367)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Force landed 6Jul44 after engine failure and destroyed close to Hillsgrove
				22617	(MSN 368)	
				22618	(MSN 369)	
				22619	(MSN 370)	
				22620	(MSN 371)	
				22621	(MSN 372)	Redesignated TP-47D; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 17May45 in bad weather 4 miles N of Gloucester, VA; Pilot bailed out
				22622	(MSN 373)	
				22623	(MSN 374)	341st FS [37], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22624	(MSN 375)	
				22625	(MSN 376)	
				22626	(MSN 377)	41st FS [75], 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea
				22627	(MSN 378)	
				22628	(MSN 379)	
				22629	(MSN 380)	
				22630	(MSN 381)	36th FS [F], 8th FG, 5th AF 
				22631	(MSN 382)	
				22632	(MSN 383)	348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22633	(MSN 384)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 22Apr45 7 miles W of Rotan, TX; Pilot killed
				22634	(MSN 385)	6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Crashed 22Jun45 with mechanical failure at Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY; Pilot bailed out
				22635	(MSN 386)	
				22636	(MSN 387)	
				22637	(MSN 388)	341st FS [38], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Darling Dottie III"; Damaged at Finschhafen airfield, New Guinea December 27, 1943
				22638	(MSN 389)	
				22639	(MSN 390)	
				22640	(MSN 391)	36th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF; Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					On December 26, 1943 the aircraft took off from Nadzab Airfield as part of the fighter cover over 
					Cape Gloucester. Over the target, a number of Japanese fighters intercepted. As the formation 
					made a 180 degree turn, this aircraft was seen descending with a couple of puffs of black smoke 
					coming from the exhaust as the engine apparently cut out. The pilot bailed out, and was last 
					seen swimming in the water with his Mae West inflated, about four miles northwest of Silimati Point, 
					the east of Cape Gloucester and west of Borgen Bay. MACR 2026.  Pilot MIA
				22641	(MSN 392)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22642	(MSN 393)	
				22643	(MSN 394)	
				22644	(MSN 395)	
				22645	(MSN 396)	311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; 
					Crashed on take-off at Dobodura, New Guinea February 23, 1944.
				22646	(MSN 397)	
				22647	(MSN 398)	
				22648	(MSN 399)	
				22649	(MSN 400)	
				22650	(MSN 401)	
				22651	(MSN 402)	
				22652	(MSN 403)	
				22653	(MSN 404)	1st FS, 413th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 1Dec44 when ground looped landing at Bluethenthal
				22654	(MSN 405)	
				22655	(MSN 406)	
				22656	(MSN 407)	35th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF;  
					Accident 20Nov43 landing at Townsville, QLD, Australia; 
					Crashed 5Feb44 on take-off at Townsville, QLD, Australia
				22657	(MSN 408)	
				22658	(MSN 409)	
				22659	(MSN 410)	1st Composite FG (Provisonal), 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					On August 6, 1944 this was one of four P-47s that took off from 7 Mile Drome (Jacskon) near Port Moresby 
					on a training flight bound for Finschhafen Airfield. Weather was broken overcast at 2,000' to 2,400' 
					with scattered showers. Last seen roughly 34 miles off Salamaua at noon, where it was believed he 
					buzzed the beach area. He did not contact or signal anyone else in the flight. MACR 8111.  Pilot MIA
				22660	(MSN 411)	
				22661	(MSN 412)	39th FS [30], 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					On May 27, 1944 the fighter took off from Gusap Airfield (Runway #5) on a strafing mission to 
					But Airfield west of Wewak. Last seen prior to making a strafing attack, the aircraft had ditched 
					into the sea north of Kairiru Island.  MACR 5457.  The pilot survived the ditching but was captured by natives and turned
					over to the Japanese.  Pilot was executed by the Japanese May 31, 1944.
				22662	(MSN 413)	41st FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					On February 14, 1944 the fighter took off from Gusap Airfield on an escort mission over Wewak. 
					Returning from the mission, the engine was observed to be smoking and ceased functioning, causing 
					the aircraft to begin gliding downward from 18,500'. The pilot was able to glide almost twenty miles 
					before the aircraft crash and burned a quarter mile west of Annanberg, New Guinea. MACR 15852.  
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				22663	(MSN 414)				
42-22664/22863		Republic P-47D-4-RA Thunderbolt
				22664	(MSN 415)	Accident 14Feb44 at Madang, New Guinea
				22665	(MSN 416)	
				22666	(MSN 417)	
				22667	(MSN 418)	
				22668	(MSN 419)	340th FS[71], 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Fiery Ginger IV"; 
					On March 5, 1944 the fighter took off on a combat patrol with other aircraft to search for Japanese aircraft. 
					Proceeding towards the Tadji area, they spotted enemy aircraft over Wewak, and intercepted three 
					Ki-48's of the 208th Sentai approaching Dagua. The pilot was attacked by a Ki-43 Oscar from the 77th Sentai 
					and crashed. He was observed by local people on the ground to have bailed out and as he decended he became 
					tangled in a tree and died of bullet wounds from the attack. MACR 6579 and 7540.
					During 2001, the tail section and one of the machine guns from the wreckage were recovered by Robert Greinert 
					who transported them to Sydney and stored them at HARS. During 2003, both items were donated to the 
					USAF Museum and placed on public display during 2005. The pilot was Colonel Neel E. Kearby, 
					Chief of Staff for the V Fighter Command and former 348th Group Commander.
				22669	(MSN 420)	341st FS [29], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea
				22670	(MSN 421)	
				22671	(MSN 422)	
				22672	(MSN 423)	
				22673	(MSN 424)	
				22674	(MSN 425)	
				22675	(MSN 426)	
				22676	(MSN 427)	
				22677	(MSN 428)	
				22678	(MSN 429)	36th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF
				22679	(MSN 430)	
				22680	(MSN 431)	
				22681	(MSN 432)	386th Service Squadron, 58th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea, 
					1st Composite FS, Combat Replacement Training Center, Far East AF;  Used to familiarize crews with the 
					area and give them combat experience over neutralized targets. On August 6, 1944 the fighter took 
					off from Finschhafen Airfield on a cross country training flight bound for 7 Mile Drome (Jackson) 
					near Port Moresby. While flying in formation over the Owen Stanley Mountains, this P-47 was last 
					seen at 11,000' altitude flying behind and to the right of the formation. When the formation made 
					a left hand turn to avoid a cloud, the pilot started a 180° turn to the right, but was not seen to 
					complete the turn. The fighter had crashed north-northeast of Mount Albert Edward and the pilot was 
					later found dead. MACR 8082
				22682	(MSN 433)	
				22683	(MSN 434)	4127th Base Unit, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA; 
					Damaged 28Mar45 taxying with mechanical failure at McClellan Field
				22684	(MSN 435)	341st FS [31], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Miss Mutt II"
				22685	(MSN 436)	
				22686	(MSN 437)	35th FS, 8th FG,  AF, Accident 20Nov43 landing in New Guinea
				22687	(MSN 438)	9th FS [71], 49th FG, 5th AF, Dobodura, New Guinea; The crew chief painted a girl on the 
					side of the cockpit, with red hair and a blue bow, wearing a red and white bikini, but the aircraft did not bear a nickname;
					386th Service Squadron, 58th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					1st Composite FS, Combat Replacement Training Center, Far East AF; 
					Used to familiarize crews with the area and give them combat experience over neutralized targets. 
					On April 29, 1944 the aircraft took off from Nadzab #3 Airfield (Fighter Strip) to test fly this 
					P-47 and test fire the guns over Faita. No contact was made after take-off. When the pilot failed to 
					return he was officially declared Missing In Action (MIA). MACR 5808.  In fact, the aircraft crashed largely 
					intact in the Finisterre Mountains. The pilot attempted to crash land with the plane and probably died near 
					the crash site or in the vicinity from injuries. The fighter hit a tree on approach, sheared off the tail and 
					pancaked to earth. The pilot couldn't open the canopy because it was jammed by the left wing which broke off 
					and flipped over the fuselage. During 1979, this P-47 was first located at roughly 8,200' elevation near 
					the Nando village and Tauta by a group of student trekkers as part of "Operation Drake". 
					When they discovered the P-47, the cockpit canopy was in the closed position, and no human remains were 
					seen at the crash site. During 1990, a US Army Central Identification Laboratory Hawaii (CILHI) team surveyed. 
					Later, during 1999, two other teams also surveyed the site. None of them found any remains or personal effects. 
					But this wreck site was never the subject of a dedicated search, and this wreck is listed as an open MIA case. 
					In early October 2004,  Alfred Hagen / Aero Archaeology funded the salvage of this aircraft by Robert Greinert 
					using a helicopter. During the salvage the wreck was not able to be lifted so the engine was cut off. 
					Afterwards, the wreckage was containered at Lae and exported to Sydney. Since 2004, this wreck has been 
					stored at Historic Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) at Albion Park Airfield, Illawarra, NSW, Australia
					and is under restoration. Will eventually be donated to a museum.
				22688	(MSN 439)	
				22689	(MSN 440)	
				22690	(MSN 441)	
				22691	(MSN 442)	
				22692	(MSN 443)	
				22693	(MSN 444)	
				22694	(MSN 445)	342nd FS [64], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Racine Belle"
				22695	(MSN 446)	
				22696	(MSN 447)	
				22697	(MSN 448)	
				22698	(MSN 449)	
				22699	(MSN 450)	
				22700	(MSN 451)	
				22701	(MSN 452)	
				22702	(MSN 453)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					On December 27, 1943 took off on a patrol mission over Cape Gloucester, New Britain and ditched off shore. 
					The pilot was rescued by PT boat.
				22703	(MSN 454)	
				22704	(MSN 455)	5th AF; Accident 29Nov43 landing at Mackay, QLD, Australia
				22705	(MSN 456)	
				22706	(MSN 457)	
				22707	(MSN 458)	
				22708	(MSN 459)	
				22709	(MSN 460)	39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; On April 11, 1944 the aircraft took 
					off from Gusap Airfield (No. 5), Morobe, New Guinea on an escort mission over Hansa Bay. 
					Last seen roughly 20 miles northwest of Dumpu and 30 miles off Madang by another pilot who witnessed 
					him pull up onto his wing, then made a gentle turn back towards base. The pilot did not make radio 
					contact and his plane appeared to be in good condition. The aircraft crashed near Nobonob roughly 
					20 miles northwest of Dumpu. MACR 4360.  The pilot survived to be captured by the Japanese and 
					became a Prisoner Of War (POW), later executed at Amron.
				22710	(MSN 461)	Engine Test Division, Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill Field, Ogden, UT; 
					Mid air collision 2Mar45 with Consolidated C-87 Liberator Express 43-30565, crashed and destroyed 
					8 miles W of Ogden, UT; Pilot killed
				22711	(MSN 462)	Redesignated TP-47D; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 7Apr45 with mechanical failure 15 miles S of New Bern, NC
				22712	(MSN 463)	
				22713	(MSN 464)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 17Mar44 taking off at Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea
				22714	(MSN 465)	
				22715	(MSN 466)	58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 27Mar44 taking off at Dobodura, New Guinea
				22716	(MSN 467)	
				22717	(MSN 468)	
				22718	(MSN 469)	
				22719	(MSN 470)	
				22720	(MSN 471)	
				22721	(MSN 472)	
				22722	(MSN 473)	
				22723	(MSN 474)	
				22724	(MSN 475)	
				22725	(MSN 476)	
				22726	(MSN 477)	6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Accident 9Dec44 landing at Hill Field, UT
				22727	(MSN 478)	
				22728	(MSN 479)	
				22729	(MSN 480)	
				22730	(MSN 481)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; 
					Crashed 27Mar44 taking off at Dobodura, New Guinea.  Pilot OK
				22731	(MSN 482)	405th Fighter Wing, 510th Fighter Squadron, RAF Christchurch, 1944.
				22732	(MSN 483)	
				22733	(MSN 484)	
				22734	(MSN 485)	
				22735	(MSN 486)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 2May45 with mechanical failure 5 miles SW of Sweetwater, TX
				22736	(MSN 487)	
				22737	(MSN 488)	
				22738	(MSN 489)	
				22739	(MSN 490)	
				22740	(MSN 491)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; 
					Crashed 1Mar44 taking off at Dobodura, New Guinea
				22741	(MSN 492)	
				22742	(MSN 493)	
				22743	(MSN 494)	
				22744	(MSN 495)	61st FS [HV-I], 56th FG, 8th AF, "El Shaf-toe"
				22745	(MSN 496)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 19Apr44 landing at Bradley Field; 
					386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by flak near Odendorf airfield, 7km E of Euskirchen, Germany September 28, 1944; MACR 9180. Pilot killed.
				22746	(MSN 497)	83rd FS [HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
				22747	(MSN 498)	388th FS [C4-A], 365th FG, 9th AF; "Marnie"; 
					[C4-B], Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Declared war weary; 
					Damaged 24Jan45 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-28614 landing at Metz; 
					395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak near Schoos, Germany February 16, 1945.  MACR 15845
				22748	(MSN 499)	63rd FS [UN-V bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Paper Doll'; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Uffz Heinz Lorbeer of JG 2/11 over Ostend, Belgium and crashed into North Sea north of
					Dunkerque, France January 29, 1944; MACR 2120.  Pilot killed				
				22749	(MSN 500)	386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, RAF Beaulieu, USAAF Station 408; 
					Damaged by automatic ground fire during a strafing mission. Having gone down too low to machine-gun and 
					dive bomb a camouflaged truck, the aircraft hit the top of a tree, the effect of which was to prevent 
					the mechanism releasing the bombs. The aircraft caught fire and crash landed in a field at La Baraque, 
					3km SW of Monsurvent, France June 7, 1944. Passing through a hedge in which the two bombs were ripped 
					off and remained planted without exploding, it crossed a road and through a second hedge. 
					The fuselage broke, however, as the fire reached the rest of the aircraft. MACR 5871.  Slightly injured, 
					the pilot survived the crash, evaded capture and returned to his base July 19, 1944.
				22750	(MSN 501)	
				22751	(MSN 502)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					352nd FS [SX-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; 
				22752	(MSN 503)	406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; 
					Crashed, possibly with mechanical problems, and exploded near Broons, 3.5km SSE of Sévignac, France August 9, 1944; 
					MACR 7404.  Pilot did not attempt to bail out and was killed.
				22753	(MSN 504)	365th FG, 9th AF
				22754	(MSN 505)	62nd FS [LM-C bar], 56th FG, 8th AF; 392nd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF, Conflans-en-Jarnisy [A-94], France; 
					Crash landed 27Mar45 with fuel exhaustion 1.5km S of Vougeot, SW of Dijon, France.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22755	(MSN 506)	82nd FS [MX-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					Damaged in combat over Luxembourg, crashed at Ficheux, 12km SW of Arras, France February 11, 1944;
					MACR 2295.  Pilot killed.
				22756	(MSN 507)	376th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, USAAF Station 374; 
					The tail of this P-47D was cut off in a mid-air collision with another P-47 and crashed near 
					Kootwijk, Netherlands April 15, 1944. MACR 3896.  The pilot bailed out to become the Group's first prisoner of war.
				22757	(MSN 508)	367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Vitry-le-Francois [A-67], France; 
					Mid air collision with a P-47D when taking flak avoiding action and crashed S of Faulquemont, France October 2, 1944; 
					MACR 9827.  Pilot bailed out at 7,000ft but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				22758	(MSN 509)	369th FS [IV-D], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, 
					On February 6th 1944, five P-47 Thunderbolts were flying from East Wretham in Norfolk, to Warton near 
					Preston for modifications. They had taken off in spite of a warning of bad weather over Lancashire. 
					This aircraft crashed on Pendle Hill near Clitheroe, Lancashire. It would appear that the aircraft 
					suffered fuel starvation while the pilot was circling in the hope of getting a break in the cloud
					and obtaining a visual fix. The pilot was killed.
				22759	(MSN 510)	351st FS [YJ-J], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; "Jeannie"; 
					Shot down by flak near Aachen, Germany September 8, 1944; MACR 9864.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
					The pilot was flying in a flight of four which had been escorting bombers. Returning to base, 
					they had gone down to do some strafing over Germany and then climbed up to fly back 
					over the front lines when flak exploded close to his flight leader. Edging away from the 
					explosion his airplane was hit underneath by another burst of flak which ripped through
					 the cockpit and set the wings on fire. With his ammunition cooking, the pilot pulled the 
					airplane up, rolled over and bailed out.
				22760	(MSN 511)	412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF; 
					Low on fuel, the fighter headed home but was shot down by flak 1km SW of Lisses, S of Évry, France 
					August 13, 1944; MACR 8518.  Pilot POW.
				22761	(MSN 512)	370th FS [CR-U], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					Crashed 11Jan44 in bad weather near Chipping Warden, Northamptonshire; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				22762	(MSN 513)	352nd FS [SX-Z], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Metfield, USAAF Station 366; Dec43; 
					63rd FS [UN-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; Feb44; "Tinkle"; 
					390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; RAF Thruxton, USAAF Station 407; 
					Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; 
					Damaged 27Jun44 taxying in collision with P-47D 42-76300 at Saint-Pierre-du-Mont; 
					Shot down by flak 1.5km S of Le Mesnil-Herman, 14km SSW of Saint-Lô, France July 26, 1944; MACR 7482.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				22763	(MSN 514)	62nd FS [LM-W; LM-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; "Virginia"; 
					Damaged 29Feb44 taxying at Halesworth.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22764	(MSN 515)	62nd FS [LM-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; 
					Accident 13Apr44 landing at Halesworth; 
					326th Ferrying Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF, Grove, Station 519; 
					Accident 13May44 landing at Snailwell, Station 361
				22765	(MSN 516)	365th FG, 9th AF
				22766	(MSN 517)	368th FS [CV-S], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					"Hairless Joe" [named from character in Al Capp cartoon]; 
					361st FS [QI-N], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Shot down and crashed near Liebenau, Germany May 4, 1944; MACR 4551.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				22767	(MSN 518)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; 
					Accident 21Jan44 landing at RAF Manston, Kent; Declared war weary; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-G], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342,
					Shropshire, UK; 
					Mid air collision 21Aug44 with P-47D 42-74659 near Atcham.  Able to land, pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22768	(MSN 519)	352nd FS [SX-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; 
					During a strafing attack, the aircraft was too low, flew into some trees and crashed near 
					Bad Zwischenahn airfield, Germany April 8, 1944; MACR 3625.  Pilot killed
				22769	(MSN 520)	375th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 
					Crashed 21Feb44 after engine failure into the Markemeer off Edam, NE of Amsterdam, Netherlands; MACR 2419.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				22770	(MSN 521)	506th FS [4K-O], 404th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak, crashed and exploded at 
					Campneuseville, 12km NW of Aumale, France May 9, 1944; MACR 5038.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				22771	(MSN 522)	351st FS [YJ-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; 
					Crashed 6Mar44 landing at Metfield. The pilot was badly wounded during combat while escorting 
					B-17 bombers on a mission to Hannover. The pilot chased some enemy aircraft down to the ground 
					and was badly shot up. He opted to nurse his shattered aircraft home to Metfield and as he came 
					in to land he deployed flaps, not realising that they had been damaged in the fight. 
					Only one flap came down causing the aircraft to flip over and crash. The pilot was found 
					away from the wreckage still strapped to his seat but unconscious; he died of his injuries the following day.
				22772	(MSN 523)	 Base Air Depot No.3, 8th AF Service Command, RAF Langford Lodge, USAAF Station 597, Northern Ireland; 
					Damaged 29Oct43 when nosed over taxying at Sydenham, Belfast, Northern Ireland; 
					63rd FS [UN-G bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; "El Diablo" / "Eleanor III"; 
				22773	(MSN 524)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; RAF Headcorn, USAAF Station 412; 
					Accident 10May44 landing and destroyed at Headcorn, Kent
				22774	(MSN 525)	368th FS [CV-B], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					Crash landed 14Jan44 at Wormingford, Station 159.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22775	(MSN 526)	377th FS [E4-U], 362nd FG, 9th AF, RAF Headcorn, USAAF Station 412; 
					Shot down by BF 109G-6 believed flown by Ofw Herbert Kaiser of JG 1/7 near Kaiserlautern, and crashed 
					at Wachenheim, S of Bad Dürkheim, Germany April 24, 1944; MACR 4211.  Pilot killed
				22776	(MSN 527)	368th FS [CV-D], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; "Boots"; 
					Crash landed 23Apr44 at Hitcham, Station 470; 
					83rd FS [HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Damaged by debris from the explosion of a train it had just strafed and crashed at Denderleeuw, 
					10 miles SW of Malines, Belgium September 1, 1944; MACR 8546.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				22777	(MSN 528)	397th FS [D3-Y], 368th FG, 9th AF
				22778	(MSN 529)	379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; 
					Shot down by flak 2.6km SW of Mesnil-Clinchamps, 7.5km W of Vire, France August 4, 1944; MACr 8037.
					Pilot killed
				22779	(MSN 530)	358th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, RAF Steeple Morden, USAAF Station 122; 
					350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit
					at Villez-sous-Bailleul, 20km NE of Evroux, France June 12, 1944; MACR 5745.  Pilot killed.
				22780	(MSN 531)	310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, RAF Warton, USAAF Station 582; 
					Crash landed 9Dec43 at Burtonwood, Station 590; 
					361st FS [QI-H], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					360th FS [PI-H bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
					Accident 23May44 landing at RAF Hawkinge, Kent; 
					315th FS, 324th FG, 9th AF, Lunéville [Y-2], France;  
					Accident 6Feb45 landing at Lunéville; Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				22781	(MSN 532)	83rd FS [HL-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; 
					351st FS [YJ-P], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, USAAF Station 345; "Trisha"; Declared war weary; 
					63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, USAAF Station 150; 
					Used by the 56th FG Operational Training Unit for assimilation training; 
					Mid air collision 21Jan45 with P-47D 42-75232 and crashed near Hockley; Pilot bailed out and survived.
				22782	(MSN 533)	23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Brucheville [A-16], France; 
					Damaged by flak 3 miles NW of Neuville, France and crashed 4km SE of Saint Cristophe-du-Jambet, 
					28km NW of Le Mans, France August 4, 1944; MACR 7851.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				22783	(MSN 534)	
				22784	(MSN 535)	376th FS [E9-C], 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, USAAF Station 374, Cambridgeshire, UK; "Goona"; 
					Crash landed 28Feb44 at Bottisham.  Pilot survived, aircraft damaged, repaired.; 
					Damaged on a mission to Chartres, France March 17, 1944, the pilot was forced to make a one-wheel 
					landing back at base, but managed to land safely with minimal damage; 
					357th FS [OS-R], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Moon"; 
					Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-N], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, USAAF Station 150; 
				22785	(MSN 536)	487th FS [HO-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141
				22786	(MSN 537)	368th FS [CV-B], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369; 
				22787	(MSN 538)	388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; "Poppie"; 
					Shot down by small arms fire attacking German guns dug in on a hill near Lutzkampen, Germany 
					September 21, 1944. The Germans used their machine guns to fire a wall of lead into the air, 
					hitting a fuel line on the left side of the cockpit. With fuel flooding the floor of the cockpit, 
					the pilot climbed for altitude and jettisoned the canopy. The fuel ignited, the pilot leaned out 
					the left side to escape the flames, the blast tearing off his helmet, then released his harness 
					and bailed out of the right side. The pilot was jackknifed by the wind blast and his lower legs 
					were pinned inside the cockpit, being badly burnt by the flames. He came free and parachuted to 
					the ground, arrested by German soldiers, taken to hospital and became a POW. The aircraft crashed at Brodenbach, Germany.
					MACR 9182.
				22788	(MSN 539)	368th FS [CV-S], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; 
					62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 
				22789	(MSN 540)	360th FS [PI-R bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369, Suffolk, UK; 
					Damaged 21Oct44 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-28583 taxying at Martlesham Heath
				22790	(MSN 541)	61st FS [HV-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; 
					Accident 14Apr44 landing at Halesworth; Declared war weary; 
					[790], 467th Bomb Group, 8th AF, RAF Rackheath, USAAf Station 145; "Little Pete"; 
					Mid air collision 22Aug44 with B-24H 42-95224 at Splasher #6 assembly point over England; Pilot bailed out
					and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				22791	(MSN 542)	369th FS [IV-E], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, USAAF Station 133; "Little Friend"; 
					Damaged 20Dec43 on take-off at East Wrentham; 
					Crashed in North Sea February 3, 1944; MACR 2132.  Pilot MIA
				22792	(MSN 543)	
				22793	(MSN 544)	492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF; 
					Accident 25Aug44 landing at Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France
				22794	(MSN 545)	
				22795	(MSN 546)	
				22796	(MSN 547)	
				22797	(MSN 548)	1158th Service Squadron,  AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Damaged 6Mar44 while parked in collision by Douglas RA-24B Banshee 42-5441 taxying at Orlando AAB; 
					901st Base Unit,  AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 1Jun44 taking off in collision with parked P-47D 43-25290 at Orlando; 
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					Sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				22798	(MSN 549)	[798], 611th Base Unit, Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; 
					533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crashed 22Mar44 when lost control, stalled and destroyed at Blackstone Field, VA
				22799	(MSN 550)	
				22800	(MSN 551)	
				22801	(MSN 552)	Groupe de Chasse III/3 "Ardennes"; 
					Accident 4Sep45 near Pontarlier, France
				22802	(MSN 553)	86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					Shot down 18Apr44 by small arms and ground fire during a dive-bombing mission to a railway 
					bridge at Falerii, Italy. On fire, the aircraft climbed, rolled over, crashed and exploded 
					near Vignanello, Italy, killing the pilot.  MACR 3899
				22803	(MSN 554)	
				22804	(MSN 555)	65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Amendola, Cosenza, Italy; 
					Damaged 12Jan44 by flak over Split harbor, Yugoslavia. The pilot nursed the aircraft back 
					across the Adriatic but the aircraft became uncontrollable and he bailed out close to base 
					at Amendola, Italy. He was collected by his squadron colleagues and returned to base.
				22805	(MSN 556)	
				22806	(MSN 557)	301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; 
					Accident 19May44 landing and destroyed in Italy.  Pilot survived.
				22807	(MSN 558)	
				22808	(MSN 559)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22809	(MSN 560)	305th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Accident 30Sep43 landing at Akron Municipal Airport, OH; Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22810	(MSN 561)	64th FS [27], 57th FG, 12th AF, Amendola, Cosenza, Italy; 
					Accident 14Feb44 when the tail wheel collapsed landing at Amendola Landing Ground, Italy; 
					86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Crashed 9Mar44 during a fuel consumption test flight and destroyed at Venosa, Italy; Pilot killed; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22811	(MSN 562)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22812	(MSN 563)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22813	(MSN 564)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22814	(MSN 565)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; 
					[10-SA], Escadron d'Entraînement et de Calibration 3/10, Dijon [BA102], France; 
				22815	(MSN 566)	26th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Accident 7Oct43 landing at New Castle, PA; Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22816	(MSN 567)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22817	(MSN 568)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22818	(MSN 569)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22819	(MSN 570)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22820	(MSN 571)	85th FS [X 35], 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					Accident 29Apr44 landing at Castel Volturno Landing Ground, Italy; 
					522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22821	(MSN 572)	[17]; Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22822	(MSN 573)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22823	(MSN 574)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; 
					[AF], Groupe de Chasse III/6 "Roussillon"
				22824	(MSN 575)	86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Crashed 7Mar44 after engine failure at Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22825	(MSN 576)	524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Force landed 12Apr44 with a runaway propeller at Castel Volturno Landing Ground, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22826	(MSN 577)	86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Crash landed 15Mar44 after engine failure two miles W of Foggia Main, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; 
					[AF], Groupe de Chasse III/6 "Roussillon"; Rochefort - Saint-Agnant [BA721], France; Stored (1960)
				22827	(MSN 578)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22828	(MSN 579)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; 
					Groupe de Chasse III/6 "Roussillon", Luxeuil [Y-8], France; 	
					Accident 5Apr45 when the aircraft hit a pylon landing at Luxeuil.
				22829	(MSN 580)	84th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Group, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; 
					Damaged 15Feb45 taxying at Grosseto, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22830	(MSN 581)	86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Damaged on take-off 24Apr44 at Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22831	(MSN 582)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22832	(MSN 583)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française.  Returned to USAAF; 
					523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Damaged 16Apr45 by flak near Dellmensingen, Germany; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 14108.
				22833	(MSN 584)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22834	(MSN 585)	85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Crash landed 15Apr44 on fire at Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22835	(MSN 586)	HQ Squadron, 325th FG, 15th AF, 
					Damaged 15May44 after engine failure on take-off at Bari Airport, Italy; 
					Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22836	(MSN 587)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; 
					Groupe de Chasse I/5 "Champagne"; 
					Accident 19Apr45 near Bou Tlélis, Algeria; Centre d'Instruction à la Chasse; Meknès [BE708], French Morocco; 
				22837	(MSN 588)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22838	(MSN 589)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				22839	(MSN 590)	524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Crashed 2May44 after engine failure on take-off at Santa Maria Landing Ground, Italy;  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.  W/o May 25, 1944.
				22840	(MSN 591)	
				22841	(MSN 592)	
				22842	(MSN 593)	85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Crash landed 16Mar44 and destroyed at Capodichino, Naples, Italy
				22843	(MSN 594)	
				22844	(MSN 595)	85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					Crashed S of Capranica, Italy May 9, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				22845	(MSN 596)	522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Accident 2May44 landing in collision with P-47D 42-22852 taxying at Castel Volturno Landing Ground, Italy.
					Pilot survived, aircraftbadly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22846	(MSN 597)	65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF; 
					Accident 14Jun44 when ground looped at Alto Landing Ground, Corsica
				22847	(MSN 598)	
				22848	(MSN 599)	
				22849	(MSN 600)	85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					Accident 11Jul44 landing and destroyed at Calvi, Corsica
				22850	(MSN 601)	
				22851	(MSN 602)	
				22852	(MSN 603)	522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Damaged 2May44 taxying in collision with P-47D 42-22845 landing at Castel Volturno Landing Ground, Italy; 
					97th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Group, 12th AF, 
					Force landed 5Jan45 with mechanical failure at Montepescali, Italy.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22853	(MSN 604)	85th FS [X 15], 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					Shot down 24Mar44 by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Fritz R. G. Muller of JG 53/7 near Allerona, Italy. MACR 3356.
					No-one saw the P-47 crash, no parachute was seen and the pilot was listed as MIA.
				22854	(MSN 605)	1st Fighter Training Squadron, Fighter Training Command, 12th AF; 
					Damaged 16Jun44 on take-off at La Meskiana, Algeria
				22855	(MSN 606)	100th FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; 
					Accident 15May44 landing at Capodichino, Naples, Italy.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				22856	(MSN 607)	524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; 
					Accident 14Jun44 at landing Ciampino airfield, Rome, Italy.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if destroyed.
				22857	(MSN 608)	
				22858	(MSN 609)	
				22859	(MSN 610)	8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Crash landed 18Oct43 with fuel exhaustion near Pittsburgh, PA
				22860	(MSN 611)	301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; 
					Accident 15May44 landing at Montecorvino, Italy; 
					527th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; 
					The aircraft was bombing and strafing an ammunition dump in the vicinity of Forbach, France 
					March 11, 1945 when it was shot down by flak. MACR 12964.  The aircraft crashed near Völklingen, 
					5 miles west of Saarbrücken. The pilot bailed out and captured but died on March 14, 1945.
				22861	(MSN 612)	Accident 23Jan44 landing at Casablanca, Station 16, French Morocco; 
					86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					Crashed east of Lake Bracciano, Italy June 4, 1944; MACR 5423.  Pilot survived and became POW. 
				22862	(MSN 613)	
				22863	(MSN 614)	
42-22864/23113		Republic P-47D-11-RA Thunderbolt
				22864	(MSN 615)	Redesignated TP-47D; 4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Damaged 10Dec44 taxying at Brownwood Field, TX; 
					4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Greenwood Field, MS; 
					Accident 29Jan45 landing with mechanical failure at Greenwood Field
				22865	(MSN 616)	
				22866	(MSN 617)	18th Ferrying Squadron, 21st Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Palm Springs Field, CA; 
					Accident 21Dec43 after losing control and stalling landing at Palm Springs Field
				22867	(MSN 618)	
				22868	(MSN 619)	4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Damaged 11Jan44 while parked in collision by RA-25A 42-79876 taxying at Memphis MAP; 
					4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Crashed 20Sep44 on take-off from Brownsville
				22869	(MSN 620)	325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed 52 miles E of Belgrade, Yugoslavia after engine failure April 16, 1944; 
					MACR 4231.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by Chetnik partisans.
				22870	(MSN 621)	4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Crashed 3May44 into the Gulf of Mexico 15 miles E of Brownsville; Pilot killed
				22871	(MSN 622)	
				22872	(MSN 623)	
				22873	(MSN 624)	62nd Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Accident 28Nov43 landing at Love Field; The WASP pilot was being checked out to fly pursuit 
					airplanes. Prior to her formal training, she was sent off to carry out some practice landings in a 
					P-47 at Love Field. With strong winds, only the short runway was being used, barely long enough 
					for a P-47 to clear obstacles, land and stop by the end of it. It was late in the day and the weather 
					was not good. The WASP’s last landing was in a heavy haze, into the setting sun, and she knew 
					to maintain altitude to clear a drive-in theater and a high voltage power line. With the limited 
					visibility of a large radial engine ahead, the pilot approached too low and struck the power line.
					 It disrupted the airfield lighting and communications. The plane began to roll, the nose 
					went up and it was difficult to control as it ran along the runway. The plane veered off 
					the runway towards parked planes and a hangar so the pilot decided to go around. The plane 
					barely cleared the hangar and, with full throttle, flew just above stalling speed. The pilot considered 
					bailing out and flew out towards Lake Dallas but managed to gain some altitude and attempted 
					some simulated landings. Gaining confidence, the pilot returned to Love Field, did a flyby 
					to confirm that the landing gear was down and set up for a landing. Vehicles had been lined 
					up on a longer runway to guide the pilot who made one go around before finally landing, 
					taking care to avoid a ground looped into airplanes parked along each side of the runway. 
					The power line had ripped open the lower fuselage from the engine to the tail. Part of the rudder 
					was missing, one wing flap was torn off and one foot of one propeller blade was missing  
					68th FS, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Accident 1May44 landing at Brownsville; 
					4th Operational Training Unit, [8], 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Crashed 31May44 after losing control 8 miles WSW of Port Isabel, TX; Pilot bailed out
				22874	(MSN 625)	7th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT.
					Crashed 10May45 after take-off with engine failure 4 miles SE of Greenwood Field, MS
				22875	(MSN 626)	4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Crashed 20Sep44 taking off and destroyed at Brownsville
				22876	(MSN 627)	HQ Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT
					Accident 14May44 landing with mechanical failure at Gore Field
				22877	(MSN 628)	Redesignated TP-47D; 6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Force landed 28Nov44 after engine failure at Brownsville; 
					590th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Greenwood Field, MS; 
					Crash landed 16Feb45 after engine failure at Greenwood 
				22878	(MSN 629)	Redesignated TP-47D; 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Force landed 29Jan45 with fuel exhaustion near Greenwood, MS
				22879	(MSN 630)	
				22880	(MSN 631)	
				22881	(MSN 632)	
				22882	(MSN 633)	
				22883	(MSN 634)	
				22884	(MSN 635)	
				22885	(MSN 636)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22886	(MSN 637)	
				22887	(MSN 638)	
				22888	(MSN 639)	
				22889	(MSN 640)	
				22890	(MSN 641)	
				22891	(MSN 642)	
				22892	(MSN 643)	
				22893	(MSN 644)	
				22894	(MSN 645)	
				22895	(MSN 646)	
				22896	(MSN 647)	41st FS [91], 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					On March 11, 1944 the fighter took off from Gusap Airfield on an escort mission over Wewak. 
					Over the target, the pilot engaged an enemy fighter and got separated from his formation. 
					Returning, he followed the north coast of New Guinea and landed at Saidor Airfield, 
					where he refueled and had his plane checked for damage. No damage was observed. Later that 
					afternoon, the aircraft took off from Saidor Airfield to return to Gusap Airfield, crossing 
					over the Finisterre Mountains. It never arrived, and the pilot was declared Missing In Action (MIA). MACR 3308.
					In fact, he had crashed in the mountains, likely in poor weather. The aircraft had crashed near 
					Sawan village, near the Saidor Gap in the Finisterre Mountains.  Pilot killed.
				22897	(MSN 648)	
				22898	(MSN 649)	
				22899	(MSN 650)	
				22900	(MSN 651)	
				22901	(MSN 652)	
				22902	(MSN 653)	
				22903	(MSN 654)	342nd FS [99], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
				22904	(MSN 655)	
				22905	(MSN 656)	
				22906	(MSN 657)	
				22907	(MSN 658)	
				22908	(MSN 659)	
				22909	(MSN 660)	
				22910	(MSN 661)	
				22911	(MSN 662)	
				22912	(MSN 663)	71st Ferrying Squadron, 20th Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Berry Field, Nashville, TN; 
					Damaged 31Oct43 when nosed up taxying at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX
				22913	(MSN 664)	
				22914	(MSN 665)	
				22915	(MSN 666)	
				22916	(MSN 667)	
				22917	(MSN 668)	
				22918	(MSN 669)	
				22919	(MSN 670)	
				22920	(MSN 671)	39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					On March 14, 1944 the fighter took off from Gusap Airfield (No. 5 Strip) on an escort mission to Wewak. 
					When the engine failed, the plane was ditched near the mouth of the Sepik River about four miles 
					from the shore near Blup Blup Island. The pilot survived and got into his dinghy, but when a rescue 
					plane arrived he was not to be found.  MACR 4112
				22921	(MSN 672)	
				22922	(MSN 673)	
				22923	(MSN 674)	
				22924	(MSN 675)	
				22925	(MSN 676)	
				22926	(MSN 677)	
				22927	(MSN 678)	
				22928	(MSN 679)	40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; Crashed 2Aug44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Lae, New Guinea
				22929	(MSN 680)	
				22930	(MSN 681)	36th FS, 8th FG, 5th AF; 
				22931	(MSN 682)	
				22932	(MSN 683)	
				22933	(MSN 684)	
				22934	(MSN 685)	
				22935	(MSN 686)	
				22936	(MSN 687)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 12Mar45 taxying at Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				22937	(MSN 688)	
				22938	(MSN 689)	
				22939	(MSN 690)	
				22940	(MSN 691)	386th Service Squadron, 58th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					1st Composite FS, Combat Replacement Training Center, Far East AF; 
					Used to familiarize crews with the area and give them combat experience over neutralized targets. 
				22941	(MSN 692)	
				22942	(MSN 693)	
				22943	(MSN 694)	
				22944	(MSN 695)	
				22945	(MSN 696)	
				22946	(MSN 697)	
				22947	(MSN 698)	
				22948	(MSN 699)	
				22949	(MSN 700)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					The fighter took off from Nadzab Airfield (No 1 Runway) for a local flight May 12, 1945. It was not
					seen again after take-off. MACR 14435.  Aerial searches on May 12th and 13th proved unsuccessful. 
					The crash site was located in the Nadzab area; it went in at high speed almost vertically. A woman's 
					shoe was found in the wreckage, revealing the second passenger. The woman was a member of the 
					American Red Cross who agreed to take a ride, seated on the pilot's lap as a passenger.
				22950	(MSN 701)	
				22951	(MSN 702)	
				22952	(MSN 703)	8th FG, 5th AF; Damaged 18Feb44 on take-off at Townsville, QLD, Australia
				22953	(MSN 704)	311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF. On April 11, 1944 this was one of sixteen P-47s from the 
					311th FS that took off from Saidor Airfield on a mission to escort B-25 Mitchells over Wewak. 
					Over the target, the American formation was intercepted by six Ki-68 Tonys from the 68th Sentai 
					and four Ki-43 Oscars of the 77th Sentai. The Japanese fighters claimed twelve P-47s shot down, 
					five P-47s probables and a B-25 uncertain (in reality, three P-47's did not return from the mission). 
					This aircraft was last seen with P-47 42-75289 flying south east of Boram Airfield in the 
					direction of Brandi Plantation near Wewak. At the time of last sighting, neither P-47 appeared to 
					be under attack by enemy aircraft nor anti-aircraft fire. This aircraft Failed to return from the 
					mission and was reported as Missing In Action (MIA). MACR 5081.   The P-47 had crash landed wheels 
					up in kunai grass near Urimo Mission to the south of Wewak. The pilot was killed.
				22954	(MSN 705)	
				22955	(MSN 706)	
				22956	(MSN 707)	
				22957	(MSN 708)	
				22958	(MSN 709)	
				22959	(MSN 710)	
				22960	(MSN 711)	5th AF; Damaged 9Feb44 taxying in New Guinea
				22961	(MSN 712)	
				22962	(MSN 713)	6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Damaged 8Aug45 taxying at Greenwood Field, MS
				22963	(MSN 714)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 6Mar44 on take-off at Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea
				22964	(MSN 715)	
				22965	(MSN 716)	
				22966	(MSN 717)	386th Service Squadron, 58th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					1st Composite FS, Combat Replacement Training Center, Far East AF; 
					Used to familiarize crews with the area and give them combat experience over neutralized targets. 
					1st Far East Composite FG) lost from unknown cause 75 mi NW of Finschhafen Morobe, Papaua New Ginea Aug 22, 1944. 
					Pilot MIA and presumed killed. MACR 9020 

				22967	(MSN 718)	
				22968	(MSN 719)	
				22969	(MSN 720)	
				22970	(MSN 721)	
				22971	(MSN 722)	
				22972	(MSN 723)	
				22973	(MSN 724)	5th AF; Accepted by the US Army on October 31, 1943 and delivery taken on November 5, 1943. 
					Disassembled and shipped overseas to Australia and reassembled. On February 25, 1944, a P-40 Kittyhawk 
					#42-105306 landed on Gordon Strip at Iron Range, QLD, Australia and pulled up off the main runway on 
					the right shoulder. Almost at once a P-47D Thunderbolt #42-22973 landed but did not touch down on 
					the bitumen part of the runway; it was well over to the right with one wheel on the shoulder of the strip. 
					The P-47 continued on parallel with the strip in long low bounces. At the end of the fourth bounce
					the P-47 collided with the P-40 Kittyhawk. The main plane of the P-47 slid up the fuselage of the P-40 
					and struck the pilot on the back of the head severing his head and killing him instantly, also 
					tearing away part of the wing of his aircraft. The P-47 proceeded on some distance before overturning. 
					The pilot of the P-47 was extricated from beneath his aircraft unharmed but his aircraft was badly damaged. 
					The pilot was returning to New Guinea from 2 weeks leave in Australia. The P-47 Thunderbolt was 
					condemned on March 2, 1944. The aircraft wreckage was later sold to a fisherman who removed the 
					aluminium from the wreckage which was later sold to Keith Hopper who placed the P-47 fuselage into storage. 
					He plans to restore the P-47 Thunderbolt after he has finished restoring his P-40 Kittyhawk to flying status.
				22974	(MSN 725)	
				22975	(MSN 726)	
				22976	(MSN 727)	
				22977	(MSN 728)	
				22978	(MSN 729)	21st Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Palm Springs Field, CA; 
					Damaged 21Jan44 taxying at Palm Springs Field, CA
				22979	(MSN 730)	Crashed 20 miles off Madang, New Guinea June 16, 1944; Pilot bailed out
				22980	(MSN 731)	
				22981	(MSN 732)	5th AF; Damaged 9Feb44 taxying in New Guinea
				22982	(MSN 733)	
				22983	(MSN 734)	
				22984	(MSN 735)	
				22985	(MSN 736)	
				22986	(MSN 737)	4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Damaged 14Jun44 taxying at Brownsville Field; 
					Damaged 27Oct44 while parked in collision by Bell P-39Q Airacobra 42-21218 taxying at Brownsville Field
				22987	(MSN 738)	21st Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Palm Springs Field, CA; 
					Damaged 21Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Palm Springs Field; 
					4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Force landed 24Jun44 with mechanical failure and destroyed 2 miles SW of Brownsville
				22988	(MSN 739)	21st Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Palm Springs Field, CA; 
					Crash landed 8Mar44 and destroyed at Palm Springs Field
				22989	(MSN 740)	3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Damaged 9May45 taxying at Greenwood Field, MS
				22990	(MSN 741)	4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Accident 7May44 landing at Brownsville Field
				22991	(MSN 742)	6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Damaged 22May45 taxying at Greenwood Field, MS
				22992	(MSN 743)	
				22993	(MSN 744)	Redesignated TP-47D; 
					4th Operational Training Unit, 568th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Damaged 11Jan45 when nosed over taxying at Brownsville Field
				22994	(MSN 745)	498th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 11Dec43 landing at Hammond Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 5Oct44 in collision with P-47D 43-25348 taxying at Abilene Field
				22995	(MSN 746)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 19Oct44 after engine failure on the grass beside the runway at Harding Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 31May45 when ground looped landing at Avenger Field, TX
				22996	(MSN 747)	491st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 17Jan44 taking off, crashed and destroyed one mile NE of Harding Field; Pilot killed
				22997	(MSN 748)	474th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot Replacement 
					Training Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 23Mar44 in collision with P-47D 43-25256 landing at Palacios Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 17Oct44 after engine failure 25 miles S of Abilene Field.
				22998	(MSN 749)	496th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 19Dec43 landing at Hammond Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 2Jul44 after engine failure 4 miles NW of Abilene; 
					Mid air collision 13Sep44 with P-47D 42-23072 at Palacios Field, TX; Pilot bailed out
				22999	(MSN 750)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar44 with P-47D 42-23075 at Alamagordo Field, NM; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crash landed 24Apr44 after engine failure at Bruning Field
				23000	(MSN 751)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; Force landed 5Feb44 after engine failure 10 miles NE of Galveston; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Mid air collision 17Dec44 with North American BT-14 40-1334, 15 miles NE of Independence, KS; Pilot bailed out
				23001	(MSN 752)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Force landed 29Jul44 with fuel exhaustion 3 miles SSW of Plymouth, NB; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 24Mar45 taxying at Avenger Field, TX
				23002	(MSN 753)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 26Sep44 when nosed over taxying at Bruning Field
				23003	(MSN 754)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crash landed 22Oct44 at Norfolk, NB
				23004	(MSN 755)	
				23005	(MSN 756)	
				23006	(MSN 757)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 17Jan44 landing at Matagorda Peninsula, TX; 
					281st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Damaged 23Oct44 when nosed over taxying at Pierre Field, SD
				23007	(MSN 758)	[A22], 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX
				23008	(MSN 759)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision 17Jul44 with B-17F 42-30944 and crashed two miles E of Daykin, NB; Pilot killed. 
					The pilot of the P-47 misjudged the distance to the B-17 as he was simulating an attack upon 
					the formation. After impact, the P-47 spiraled out of control and struck the ground killing the pilot.
					The B-17 broke apart and three of the airmen were able to bail out and survive. The crash 
					took the lives of seven other airmen in the B-17.
				23009	(MSN 760)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 29Mar44 taxying at Bruning Field; 
					Accident 12Apr44 when landing with mechanical failure at Bruning Field; 
					281st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Damaged 17Apr45 taxying at Brownsville Field
				23010	(MSN 761)	517th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 12Mar44 landing at Bruning Field
				23011	(MSN 762)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crashed 15Dec43 into Galveston Bay, near Texas City, TX; Pilot killed
				23012	(MSN 763)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 27Mar45 with mechanical failure 3 miles SE of Hermleigh, TX; Pilot bailed out
				23013	(MSN 764)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 16Mar44 with fuel exhaustion at Herkimer, KS
				23014	(MSN 765)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crashed 20Jan44 near Old Spanish Trail, Houston, TX; Pilot killed
				23015	(MSN 766)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 1May44 taxying at Bruning Field; 
					Force landed 14Jul44 after engine failure and destroyed at Bruning Field
				23016	(MSN 767)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 28Dec43 when stalled after losing control landing at Galveston Field; 
					Crashed 25Jan44 after losing control and destroyed at Galveston Field; Pilot killed
				23017	(MSN 768)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 3Jun44 landing and destroyed at Bruning Field, NB
				23018	(MSN 769)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 18Dec43 in collision with P-47D 42-23039, 42-23052 and 42-23093 and destroyed landing at 
					Gainesville Field, GA. 
				23019	(MSN 770)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 19Apr45 with mechanical failure taking off at Avenger Field, TX
				23020	(MSN 771)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 6Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-22575 and destroyed landing at Bruning Field
				23021	(MSN 772)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Force landed 6Dec43 after engine failure at Galveston Field; 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Force landed 19May44 with fuel exhaustion at Lamoni, IA; 
					Force landed 14Jul44 with mechanical failure near Deschler, NB
				23022	(MSN 773)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 22Jun44 after engine failure at Portland, KS; 
					Damaged 12Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-8355 on the ground at Strother Field
				23023	(MSN 774)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crashed 30Apr44 after losing control and destroyed at Bruning Field
				23024	(MSN 775)	73rd FS [33], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Gorgeous Gay"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				23025	(MSN 776)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 12Apr44 landing at Bruning Field
				23026	(MSN 777)	73rd FS [24], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Phffttt"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				23027	(MSN 778)	7th AF; Mid air collision 4Mar44 with P-47D 42-75339 near Kaena Point, O'ahu and 
					crash landed at Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH
				23028	(MSN 779)	73rd FS [35], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged; Salvaged at Saipan 1945
				23029	(MSN 780)	73rd FS [19], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; 
					East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Shot down by flak and crashed 1/4 mile WSW of the airfield at Pagan Island, Marianas August 22, 1944; 
					MACR 7833.  Pilot bailed out but MIA
				23030	(MSN 781)	4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Force landed 14Nov43 with fuel exhaustion at Brinkley, AR
				23031	(MSN 782)	
				23032	(MSN 783)	73rd FS [36], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; 
					East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				23033	(MSN 784)	3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Damaged 11Aug43 taxying at Romulus Field
				23034	(MSN 785)	467th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Kahuku Field, Oahu, Hawaii; Mokuleia Field, Oahu, Hawaii; 
					Mid air collision 22Mar45 and crashed 4 miles NE of Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii; Pilot killed
				23035	(MSN 786)	
				23036	(MSN 787)	467th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Kahuku Field, Oahu, Hawaii; 
					Mokuleia Field, Oahu, Hawaii; 
					Mid air collision 4May45 with P-47D 42-75350 ten miles NW of Mokuleia Field.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				23037	(MSN 788)	73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; 
					East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				23038	(MSN 789)	73rd FS [28], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Sonny Boy"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; 
					East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				23039	(MSN 790)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 18Dec43 in collision with P-47D 42-23018, 42-23052 and 42-23093 and destroyed landing 
					at Gainesville Field, GA. 
				23040	(MSN 791)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 12Feb44 by mechanical failure taxying at Great Bend Field, KS
				23041	(MSN 792)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Damaged 17Jul44 taxying at Strother Field
				23042	(MSN 793)	491st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 2Feb44 landing at Harding Field
				23043	(MSN 794)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 30Dec43 with P-47D 42-23067 and crashed at Galveston; Pilot bailed out
				23044	(MSN 795)	262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crashed 9Aug44 three miles east of Shickley, NB; Pilot killed. The P-47D went into a steep dive at full 
					speed and came almost vertically straight down. The impact with the ground was with such force that 
					a crater was made about 15 feet deep. Officially it is unknown why the plane went out of control, 
					but local residents have always said that this pilot was distraught over the loss of the P-47 pilot who 
					died the previous day and that he had taken his own life. The two sites are less than a mile apart from each other.
				23045	(MSN 796)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crashed 5Jul44 after losing control near StrotherField; Pilot killed
				23046	(MSN 797)	262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 4Jul44 landing at Bruning Field; E Section, Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 15Dec44 at Abeline Auxiliary Field, TX
				23047	(MSN 798)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision 19Jun44 with a towed target 15 miles S of Norfolk, NB; 
					Accident 27Jun44 landing at Bruning Field; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Crashed 25Oct44 after catching fire 3 miles E of Pocatello; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				23048	(MSN 799)	517th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 9Feb44 taxying at Alamogordo, NM
				23049	(MSN 800)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 9Apr44 after losing control and destroyed landing at Abilene
				23050	(MSN 801)	517th Fighter-Bomber Squadron [33], 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crash landed 19Mar44 after engine failure 9 miles SW of Tecumseh, NB; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 9Jun44 and destroyed landing at Bruning Field
				23051	(MSN 802)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 5Mar45 after engine failure 4 miles W of Roscoe, TX
				23052	(MSN 803)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 18Dec43 in collision with P-47D 42-23018, 42-23039 and 42-23093 and destroyed landing at 
					Gainesville Field, GA. 
				23053	(MSN 804)	49th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Damaged 29Feb44 taxying at Harding Field; 
					263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 8May44 after engine failure and destroyed at Baker, LA
				23054	(MSN 805)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 30Mar44 landing at Galveston Field
				23055	(MSN 806)	474th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot Replacement Training Unit, 
					2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 25Mar44 after losing control one mile N of Merkel, TX; Pilot bailed out
				23056	(MSN 807)	
				23057	(MSN 808)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 19Jun44 with a towed target over Lake Ponchartrain, LA; 
					Crashed 3Oct44 and destroyed landing short of the runway at Harding Field, LA; Pilot killed
				23058	(MSN 809)	49th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crash landed 18Mar44 with fuel exhaustion in bad weather 7 miles SW of Magnolia, MS
				23059	(MSN 810)	
				23060	(MSN 811)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 11Jun45 in a collision with P-47D 	42-23126 on the ground at Avenger Field, TX
				23061	(MSN 812)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 29Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-23277 taxying at Bruning Field; 
					Accident 1May44 landing with mechanical failure at Bruning Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crashed 31Jul44 near Powell, NB; Pilot killed. Five P-47's from the Bruning Army Air Field were 
					conducting simulated attacks upon each other near the town of Powell. After one aircraft 
					came out of a steep dive and was climbing, the engine stalled and sent the plane out of 
					control to the ground killing the pilot who was unable to bail out.
				23062	(MSN 813)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Crash landed 30Apr44 with fuel exhaustion near Brock, NB; 
					Crashed near Meadow Grove, Norfolk, NB July 5, 1944; Pilot killed. During training at the 
					Norfolk Gunnery Range that involved strafing ground targets, the aircraft went out of 
					control and exploded upon hitting the ground. The military listed the cause of crash 
					as "unknown", but area landowners remember the pilot possibly striking the top of a windmill 
					during a show of personal exhibition.
				23063	(MSN 814)	498th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 27Dec43 on the ground at Hammond Field, LA; 
					261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 3Jul44 with a towed target at Palacios Field, TX
				23064	(MSN 815)	496th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 10Jan44 when ground looped landing at Hammond Field; 
					261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 16Apr44 with fuel exhaustion 2 miles W of Santo, TX; 
					Accident 19Sep44 when nosed under landing at Palacios Field, TX
				23065	(MSN 816)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Force landed 13Dec43 after engine failure 15 miles SW of Galveston Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 8Jun44 landing at Bruning Field
				23066	(MSN 817)	[85]
				23067	(MSN 818)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 30Dec43 with P-47D 42-23043 and crashed at Galveston; Pilot bailed out
				23068	(MSN 819)	74th Base Detachment, 2nd AF, Palacios Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 6Mar44 with mechanical failure and destroyed at Palacios Field, TX
				23069	(MSN 820)	553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Damaged 3Aug45 taxying at Shreveport Municipal Airport, LA
				23070	(MSN 821)	555th Base Unit, 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Accident 17Aug4 landing in bad weather at Wheeling, WV
				23071	(MSN 822)	
				23072	(MSN 823)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 13Sep44 with P-47D 42-22998 at Palacios Field, TX; Pilot bailed out
				23073	(MSN 824)	
				23074	(MSN 825)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 7Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Galveston Field; 
					Damaged 17Jan44 taxying at Galveston Field
				23075	(MSN 826)	516th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar44 with P-47D 42-22999 at Alamagordo Field, NM; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 7Apr44 landing with mechanical failure and destroyed at Bruning Field
				23076	(MSN 827)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crashed 15Apr44 after losing control and destroyed at Galveston Field; Pilot killed
				23077	(MSN 828)	263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crashed 28Apr44 50 miles NW of Harding Field; 
					Force landed 3Jun44 with fuel exhaustion at Vadalia, MS; 
					261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 24Feb45 taxying at Avenger Field, TX
				23078	(MSN 829)	
				23079	(MSN 830)	
				23080	(MSN 831)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Force landed 26Jun44 with fuel exhaustion near East Lynne, MO
				23081	(MSN 832)	498th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Mid air collision 28Dec43 with P-47D 42-23260 and crashed at Franklinton, LA; Pilot killed
				23082	(MSN 833)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 26Sep44 landing with mechanical failure at Abilene Field, TX; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 12Nov44 landing at Abilene Field, TX
				23083	(MSN 834)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crashed 20Apr44 and destroyed at Galveston Field; Pilot killed
				23084	(MSN 835)	
				23085	(MSN 836)	497th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA;
					 Crash landed 3Jan44 at Harding Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crash landed 3Jan44 after engine failure and destroyed 2 miles NE of Harding Field
				23086	(MSN 837)	
				23087	(MSN 838)	263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 1Jun44 landing at Harding Field
				23088	(MSN 839)	474th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot Replacement 
					Training Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 5Mar44 with P-47D 42-23290 8 miles W of Abilene Field; 
					261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 19May44 taking off at Abilene
				23089	(MSN 840)	
				23090	(MSN 841)	263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crash landed 3Apr44 with fuel starvation near Port Hudson, LA
				23091	(MSN 842)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; 
					Crash landed 3Apr44 at Finschhafen, New Guinea
				23092	(MSN 843)	
				23093	(MSN 844)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 18Dec43 in collision with P-47D 42-23018, 42-23039 and 42-23052 and destroyed 
					landing at Gainesville Field, GA. 
				23094	(MSN 845)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Crashed 8Feb45 after the engine failed at Nadzab #1; Pilot bailed out
				23095	(MSN 846)	497th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 4Feb44 near Donaldsville, LA
				23096	(MSN 847)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 3Mar44 landing at Abilene Field, TX; 
					HQ Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Damaged 9Mar44 taxying at Harding Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 10May44 with P-47D 42-8277, 20 miles NE of New Orleans, LA
				23097	(MSN 848)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 9Aug44 after losing control at Abilene Field; Pilot killed
				23098	(MSN 849)	263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 24Jun44 with mechanical failure and destroyed short of the runway at Harding Field
				23099	(MSN 850)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 13Aug44 with a towed target, crashed and destroyed off shore 60 miles E of 
					Palacios Field, TX; Pilot killed
				23100	(MSN 851)	58th FG, 5th AF; 
					Shot down 26/27Dec44 by flak over Mindoro, Philippines; Pilot rescued
				23101	(MSN 852)	474th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot Replacement Training Unit, 
					2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 23Mar44 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-23153 taxying at Palacios Field, TX; 
					D Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 3Jan45 by bird strike 10 miles NE of Sweetwater, TX; 
					Accident 9Jan45 landing with fuel starvation at Coleman Airport, TX
				23102	(MSN 853)	263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Damaged 17May44 taxying at Harding Field
				23103	(MSN 854)	49th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crashed 13Feb44 after losing control near Fort Hudson, LA; Pilot bailed out
				23104	(MSN 855)	
				23105	(MSN 856)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 9Jun44 after an explosion at Palacios Field; Pilot killed
				23106	(MSN 857)	497th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 7Dec43 after engine failure and destroyed at Burtville, LA
				23107	(MSN 858)	498th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 16Jan44 landing at Hammond Field; 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 26Jul44 and destroyed 8 miles E of Abilene, TX; Pilot killed
				23108	(MSN 859)	49th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 24Feb44 when ground looped landing at Harding Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 24Jul44 landing and destroyed at Harding Field
				23109	(MSN 860)	5th AF, Archerfield, Brisbane, Australia; 1944; 
					Loaned to Fuerza Aérea Expedicionaria Mexicana for use in Philippines May45; 
					Attached to USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201 [9], 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; 
					Damaged 3Jun45 when collided with a bulldozer while taxying; Salvaged in Philippines post-VJ day.
				23110	(MSN 861)	
				23111	(MSN 862)	
				23112	(MSN 863)	
				23113	(MSN 864)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Force landed 17Nov44 with mechanical failure at Nadzab #1, Morobe, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.			
42-23114/23142		Republic P-47D-16-RA Thunderbolt
				23114	(MSN 865)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Force landed 24Aug44 after engine failure at Grandview, ID; 
					266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Crash landed 30Mar45 on fire 5 miles SE of Glenmore, TX
				23115	(MSN 866)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 16Nov44 with mechanical failure near Otto, KS
				23116	(MSN 867)	
				23117	(MSN 868)	438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; 
					Accident 25Mar44 landing at Page Field
				23118	(MSN 869)	132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 18Jun44 with a towed target over the West range, Suffolk County
				23119	(MSN 870)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 31Mar44 after mid air collision with P-47C 41-6524, 10 miles N of  Williamston, NC; Pilot bailed out
				23120	(MSN 871)	Materiel Division, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; 
					Crashed 28Nov43 and destroyed 10 miles SE of Princeton, IN
				23121	(MSN 872)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 7Apr44 after engine failure 2 miles N of Goldsboro, NC; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 3Aug44 after engine failure 7 miles W of Seymour Johnson; 
					Accident 10Nov44 landing at Seymour Johnson; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Crashed 14Apr45 at Seymour Johnson Field
				23122	(MSN 873)	132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 10Jun44 after losing control 2 miles N of Suffolk County Field; Pilot killed
				23123	(MSN 874)	
				23124	(MSN 875)	
				23125	(MSN 876)	
				23126	(MSN 877)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 11Jun45 in a collision with P-47D 42-23060 on the ground at Avenger Field, TX
				23127	(MSN 878)	
				23128	(MSN 879)	
				23129	(MSN 880)	438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; 
					Crash landed 29Mar44 after engine failure and destroyed at Fort Myers Beach, FL
				23130	(MSN 881)	
				23131	(MSN 882)	513th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Congaree Field, 
					Columbia, SC; 
					Crashed 3Feb44 after losing control at Longridge, SC; Pilot killed
				23132	(MSN 883)	513th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Congaree Field, 
					Columbia, SC; 
					Mid air collision 18Jan44 with B-25G 42-65074 during take-off, crashed and destroyed at Myrtle Beach Field, SC
				23133	(MSN 884)	
				23134	(MSN 885)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 2Jul45 after engine failure 8 miles NW of Merkel, TX
				23135	(MSN 886)	5th AF; Crashed 20Nov44 into the sea off Bored Bay near Noemfoor Island, New Guinea; Pilot rescued
				23136	(MSN 887)	513th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Congaree Field, 
					Columbia, SC; 
					Crash landed 16Jan44 with fuel starvation at Congaree
				23137	(MSN 888)	130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Damaged 13Sep44 when nosed over taxying at Norfolk Field
				23138	(MSN 889)	
				23139	(MSN 890)	130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Force landed 2Jan45 with mechanical failure at Norfolk Field; 
					Mid air collision 2May45 with a towed target 10 miles SSE of Cape Charles, VA.
					Also listed as (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres En Haye Airfield 
					A-98 Meurth-et-Moselle, France Jan 1, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				23140	(MSN 891)	
				23141	(MSN 892)	513th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Congaree Field, 
					Columbia, SC; 
					Crash landed 12Feb44 after engine failure 10 miles S of Bluffton, SC
				23142	(MSN 893)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, 
					Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 18Jan45 in collision with parked Vultee BT-13 Valiant 42-90138 while taxying at Nadzab #1.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
42-23143/23299		Republic P-47D-15-RA Thunderbolt
				23143	(MSN 894)	
				23144	(MSN 895)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; 		
					Crashed 29Aug44 23 miles ESE of Wendover Field; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				23145	(MSN 896)	
				23146	(MSN 897)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 22Nov44 with Grumman TBM-3 Avenger BuNo 68403, 10 miles WSW of Albany, TX; Pilot killed
				23147	(MSN 898)	
				23148	(MSN 899)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 30Sep44 landing with mechanical failure at Palacios Field, TX; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Crashed 8Jan45 20 miles NE of Matagorda gunnery range, TX; Pilot killed
				23149	(MSN 900)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					A mid-air collision with Vultee BT-13B Valiant 42-90353 at an altitude of approximately 4,000 feet 
					occurred approximately three miles north of the town of Ohiowa, NB May 10, 1944. The BT-13 had two 
					occupants with one in training and one as an instructor. Neither plane saw each other and the 
					collision was purely accidental with the two planes just being in the wrong place and the wrong time. 
					Both planes spiraled down and crashed about 3/4 mile apart from each other. 
					The instructor in the BT-13 was able to bail out and survived. The student in the BT-13B 
					and the pilot in the P-47D were killed.
				23150	(MSN 901)	
				23151	(MSN 902)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 5May44 when ground looped landing at Palacios Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 8Jul44 with a towed target at Palacios Field, TX
				23152	(MSN 903)	69th FS [A5], 58th FG, 5th AF, Saidor Airfield, New Guinea; The Golden Gopher". 
					On May 18, 1944 the aircraft took off from Saidor Airfield leading a strafing mission against 
					Wewak. Over the target, it was hit by anti-aircraft fire which set the aircraft on fire. 
					Climbing upwards, the pilot bailed out at only 250ft and his parachute only made one swing 
					before he hit the ground. Fellow pilots in his squadron saw him land successfully and take 
					cover in the jungle. They noted his position near Sani village, about 12 miles from the mouth 
					of the Ramu River. The next day, a Stinson L-5 piloted by a member of the 69th FS located 
					the pilot who had used his parachute to indicate his position at the edge of a clearing. 
					The L-5 dropped an M-1 carbine, ammunition, machete, food, medical supplies, blankets and 
					letters from his girlfriend at home. Eleven days later, a L-5 landed in a kunai grass covered 
					clearing, but was unable to take off. Together, the two pilots worked for two days to clear a 
					runway in the grass. On May 31, the L-5 attempted to take off twice but was unable to get 
					airborne until the third try when it returned to base.
				23153	(MSN 904)	474th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot Replacement 
					Training Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 23Mar44 in collision with parked P-47D 42-23101 while taxying at Palacios Field, TX; 
					261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 23Mar44, nosed over and destroyed at Palacios Field, TX
				23154	(MSN 905)	92nd FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Accident 24Sep44 landing at Kwanghan.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				23155	(MSN 906)	
				23156	(MSN 907)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Accident 26Oct44 landing in China; 
					Accident 1Jan45 landing at Chengkung [A-15], Yunnan, China.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				23157	(MSN 908)	
				23158	(MSN 909)	
				23159	(MSN 910)	58th FS, 33rd FG, 10th AF, Karachi, India; 
					Crash landed 12Apr44 with fuel starvation at Koteshwar, Gujarat, India; 
					91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Fungwanshan, China; 
					Accident 19Feb45 landing 3 miles N of Balasore, Orissa, India.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				23160	(MSN 911)	
				23161	(MSN 912)	Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF, Landhi, Karachi, India;
					Accident 20Sep44 landing at Landhi Field, India.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				23162	(MSN 913)	
				23163	(MSN 914)	Accident 4Jun44 landing in collision with Bell P-39Q Airacobra 42-20015.  Both aircraft salvaged.
				23164	(MSN 915)	
				23165	(MSN 916)	
				23166	(MSN 917)	
				23167	(MSN 918)	216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; 
					Crashed 11Aug44 after losing control at Wendover Field; Pilot killed
				23168	(MSN 919)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Accident 18Feb45 landing at Nadzab #1, Morobe, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				23169	(MSN 920)	
				23170	(MSN 921)	
				23171	(MSN 922)	
				23172	(MSN 923)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Fungwansham, China; "Lazy Daizy"; 
					Shot down by flak while strafing a cavalry post at Wenchuan, Sichuan, China April 13, 1945; 
					MACR 14243.  Pilot killed.
				23173	(MSN 924)	
				23174	(MSN 925)	12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle Field, 
					Wilmington, DE; 
					Force landed 26Jan44 with fuel starvation near GreenField, OH; 
					Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF, Landhi, Karachi, India; 
					Accident 16Aug44 landing at Karachi Airport, Station 16, Sind, India
					Also listed as (513rd FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) crashed after strafing railroad guns 1 mi W of RoBlau, Germany Apr 20, 1945.
					 MACR 14299. Pilot bailed out and evaded capture. The MACR has serial number as 44-23174, which was a P-38J 
				23175	(MSN 926)	
				23176	(MSN 927)	
				23177	(MSN 928)	93rd FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Mid air collision 19Jun45 5 miles S of Panagarh, India.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				23178	(MSN 929)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Accident 29Jun44 on take-off at Fungwangshan, China.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				23179	(MSN 930)	
				23180	(MSN 931)	Crashed 12Aug45 after catching fire near Nyuta, Japan; Pilot bailed out
				23181	(MSN 932)	92nd FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Crashed 22Jun44 at Menkanpur, India; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				23182	(MSN 933)	
				23183	(MSN 934)	
				23184	(MSN 935)	89th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF, Nagaghuli (Chabua), Assam, India; 
					Tingkawk Sakan, Burma; 
					Accident 13Nov44 landing at Myitkyina, Burma; 
					Damaged 23Feb45 taxying at Myitkyina, Burma; pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.
					Dudhkundi, Bengal, India; Damaged 21Jul45 taxying at Ondal, Bengal, India
				23185	(MSN 936)	
				23186	(MSN 937)	58th FS, 33rd FG, 14th AF, Pungchacheng [A-4], Chekiang, China; 
					Crashed 3Jul44 on take-off and destroyed at Pungchacheng
				23187	(MSN 938)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Accident 28Jul44 landing at Fungwangshan, China.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				23188	(MSN 939)	92nd FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Damaged 9Jun44 on take-off at Kwanghan, China. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				23189	(MSN 940)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Crashed 26Oct44 and destroyed landing at Chabua Airfield (A-2) Assam, India.  Pilot survived
				23190	(MSN 941)	
				23191	(MSN 942)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Chota Malir, Karachi, India; 
					Force landed 18Apr44 during training flight in India
				23192	(MSN 943)	
				23193	(MSN 944)	58th FG, 5th AF; Shot down 26/27Dec44 by flak over Mindoro, Philippines; Pilot rescued
				23194	(MSN 945)	60th FS, 33rd FG, 10th AF, (C.B.I.)
				23195	(MSN 946)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Crashed 19Apr45 one mile from Lae Road, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				23196	(MSN 947)	39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Morotai, Moluccas, Dutch East Indies; 
					Crash landed on southern tip of Telaud Islands, Dutch East Indies November 6, 1944 after ran 
					out of fuel in bad weather; MACR 10968.  Pilot POW & killed
				23197	(MSN 948)	
				23198	(MSN 949)	
				23199	(MSN 950)	
				23200	(MSN 951)	301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Accident 6Dec44 landing at Nadzab
				23201	(MSN 952)	
				23202	(MSN 953)	
				23203	(MSN 954)	
				23204	(MSN 955)	Combat Replacement Training Center, 360th Air Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Crash landed 27Oct44 and destroyed at Nadzab, New Guinea.  Pilot survived
				23205	(MSN 956)	92nd FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; 
					Crashed 10Jun44 on take-off and destroyed at Kwanghan, China
				23206	(MSN 957)	
				23207	(MSN 958)	
				23208	(MSN 959)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; McGuire Field, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines; 
					"Bath, Maine - It's A Long Way off Doc!"; 
					Crashed 17Jan45 near Vigan City, Philippines; Pilot bailed out and MIA. One of eight P-47s 
					that took off from Hill Airfield at 8:30 am to escort A-20 Havocs attacking Laoag. 
					They strafed 5 Sugar Dogs and 1 Sugar Charlie anchored off Salomague. This aircraft 
					crashed into the water one-half mile off shore near Vigan.  MACR 11850.  Pilot killed.
				23209	(MSN 960)	
				23210	(MSN 961)	310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; McGuire Field, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines; 
					Crashed 4Jan45 with fuel starvation at San Jose Strip, Philippines.  Pilot OK
				23211	(MSN 962)	60th FS, 33rd FG, 14th AF, Pungchacheng [A-4], Chekiang, China; 
					Crashed 25May44 on take-off and destroyed by fire at Hanchung, China
				23212	(MSN 963)	Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF, Landhi, Karachi, India; 
					Damaged 28Jul44 taxying at Landhi, Karachi.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				23213	(MSN 964)	69th FS [A5], 58th FG, 5th AF; McGuire Field, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines; 
				23214	(MSN 965)	69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; McGuire Field, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines; 
					Shot down by flak 19Jan45 near Calabasan, Philippines; MACR 11849.  Pilot bailed out and MIA
				23215	(MSN 966)	Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF, Landhi, Karachi, India; 
					Damaged 28Jul44 on take-off at Landhi Field, Karachi.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				23216	(MSN 967)	Loaned to Fuerza Aérea Expedicionaria Mexicana for use in Philippines May45; 
					Attached to USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201 [5], 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; 
					Returned to USAAF; Salvaged in Philippines post-VJ day.
				23217	(MSN 968)	
				23218	(MSN 969)	58th FG, 5th AF, Yebrurro Field, Noemfoor, Schouten Islands; 
					Accident 23Dec44 in collision with P-47D 43-25472 on the ground, Noemfoor, Schouten Islands.
					Both aircraft w/o.
				23219	(MSN 970)	91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF, Kwanghan [A-3], Sichuan, China; "Roggen's Relight"; 
					Shot down by flak 2 miles S of Wuchang, China January 17, 1945; MACR 11644.  Pilot killed.
				23220	(MSN 971)	310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF, McGuire Field, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines; 
					Shot down in error by Navy Hellcats near Munoz, Philippines January 10, 1945;  MACR 12201.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed when his chute did not open.
				23221	(MSN 972)	
				23222	(MSN 973)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 3Aug44 with a towed target over Lake Ponchartrain, LA; 
					Crashed 12Oct44 and destroyed one mile W of Chamberlin, LA
				23223	(MSN 974)	
				23224	(MSN 975)	69th FS [A23], 58th FG, 5th AF; "Sleepy Time Gal'
				23225	(MSN 976)	Loaned to Fuerza Aérea Expedicionaria Mexicana for use in Philippines May45; 
					Attached to USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201 [8], 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; 
					Damaged 24May45 when the propeller hit the ground while taxying; Salvaged in Philippines post-VJ day.
				23226	(MSN 977)	58th FS, 33rd FG, 10th AF, Nagaghuli (Chabua), Assam, India; 
					Crash landed 4Nov44 at Mohanbari [A-9], Assam, India
				23227	(MSN 978)	
				23228	(MSN 979)	Loaned to Fuerza Aérea Expedicionaria Mexicana for use in Philippines May45; 
					Attached to USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; 
					Crashed into the sea 1Jun45 during dive bombing practice against an islet at the firing 
					range near Tabones Island off Luzon, Philippines; Pilot killed
				23229	(MSN 980)	
				23230	(MSN 981)	
				23231	(MSN 982)	
				23232	(MSN 983)	
				23233	(MSN 984)	311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 22Feb45 near Hamme airstrip, Philippines
				23234	(MSN 985)	
				23235	(MSN 986)	311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; "Tot"s Terror"; 
					On October 21, 1944 this was one of seven P-47 from the 311th FS "Tubby Flight" that took 
					off from Noemfoor, New Guinea on a strike mission over Ceram. In their eagerness to destroy 
					the enemy the formation departed the target low on fuel. On their return trip they encountered 
					bad weather and while trying to orient themselves discovered that they were unable to return to 
					base. They all agreed to dive down through an opening in the clouds and ditch their planes into the sea 
					near Batanta Island, New Guinea; Pilot rescued. 
				23236	(MSN 987)	
				23237	(MSN 988)	311th FS [16], 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 3Jan45 after the engine caught fire near Mindoro, 
					Philippines; Pilot bailed out
				23238	(MSN 989)	311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 26Dec44 on take-off at Hill strip, Philippines.  Pilot OK
				23239	(MSN 990)	310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 27Nov44 into the sea near Namber strip, Philippines.  Pilot OK
				23240	(MSN 991)	
				23241	(MSN 992)	386th Service Squadron, 58th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea, 
					1st Composite FS, Combat Replacement Training Center, Far East AF; 
					Used to familiarize crews with the area and give them combat experience over neutralized targets. 
					On September 30, 1944 the fighter took off from Nadzab Airfield along with another P-47 on a high 
					altitude training mission in the local area. This aircraft was last sighted by fellow pilot 
					about 20 miles from Finschhafen. The second aircraft developed turbocharger trouble and an oil leak, 
					forcing him to break from the formation. He could not contact his colleague on the radio. 
					Weather was clear with unlimited visibility locally with high broken overcast beneath the 
					missing plane when last seen. MACR 9018. This P-47 had crashed at 6,000' elevation in the Kua 
					Valley near Pindui. During late 2012, a team from Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) 
					excavated the site. The team recovered human remains, aircraft wreckage, military gear and 
					personal effects which were later positively identified as being the pilot.
				23242	(MSN 993)	58th FS, 33rd FG, 14th AF, Pungchacheng [A-4], Chekiang, China; 
					Accident 13May44 landing at Pungchacheng
				23243	(MSN 994)	
				23244	(MSN 995)	
				23245	(MSN 996)	
				23246	(MSN 997)	
				23247	(MSN 998)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Mid air collision 12Mar45 with P-47D 44-32825 near Goldsboro, NC
				23248	(MSN 999)	262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision 19Jun44 with a towed target 15 miles S of Norfolk, NB; 
					464th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 27Nov44 taxying with mechanical failure at Bruning Field; Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Crashed 2Feb45 in bad weather 8 miles SE of Elkhart, KS
				23249	(MSN 1000)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN. This aircraft 
					was the 1,000th P-47 Thunderbolt built by the factory and named "Tojo's Special" by workers 
					at the factory. Delivered to the USAAF on December 14, 1943 and delivery taken on 
					ary 5, 1944. Disassembled and shipped overseas to the South-West Pacific and reassembled. 
					F; Took off on a ferry flight October 28, 1944, got lost and ran short on fuel. 
					Force landed gear up north of Weipa, QLD, Australia on the beach along with P-47D 42-75921. 
					The next day, a RAAF Ventura located them in a search, and the pilot was rescued. 
					During December 1944, a US Army demolition team blew up the plane. Rob Staughton visited 
					the site in 2000: "The planes are in a very poor state. They are about 75 metres from the 
					ocean and about 100 metres apart. One is more complete than the other, but there is still 
					very little left. One has it's motor nearby, no propellor, the wings, engine exhaust 
					and assorted pieces of aluminium sheet lying around. The other has wings and a pile of pieces, 
					nothing bigger than a shoe box, that have been placed there by someone. Neither of them 
					have a fuselage". The propeller from this aircraft was salvaged, and is displayed at 
					Weipa Airfield, Queensland. The tail section was moved by the Australian Army to the Weipa Bus Depot in 1991.
				23250	(MSN 1001)	58th FG, 5th AF; Shot down 26/27Dec44 by flak over Mindoro, Philippines; Pilot rescued
				23251	(MSN 1002)	
				23252	(MSN 1003)	263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crash landed 11Apr44 after engine failure and destroyed at Harding Field
				23253	(MSN 1004)	
				23254	(MSN 1005)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 25Oct44 and destroyed by fire on the ground at Abilene Field
				23255	(MSN 1006)	
				23256	(MSN 1007)	
				23257	(MSN 1008)	Flight Test Section, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; 
					Crashed 12May44 after catching fire 4 miles S of Wright Field; Pilot bailed out
				23258	(MSN 1009)	497th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 30Dec43 when ground looped landing at Harding Field
				23259	(MSN 1010)	496th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 10Jan44 when ground looped landing at Hammond Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 16Aug44 with P-47C 41-6549, 2 miles NW of Oplin, TX; Pilot bailed out
				23260	(MSN 1011)	498th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Mid air collision 28Dec43 with P-47D 42-23081 and crashed at Franklinton, LA; Pilot killed
				23261	(MSN 1012)	496th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Crashed 23Jan44 after catching fire between Folson and Franklintown, LA; Pilot killed
				23262	(MSN 1013)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 6Jun44 when nosed over landing at Bruning Field; Accident 12Jun44 landing at Bruning Field
				23263	(MSN 1014)	
				23264	(MSN 1015)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crashed 28May45 on the Great Salt Plains gunnery range, OK; Pilot killed
				23265	(MSN 1016)	
				23266	(MSN 1017)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 22Apr45 with mechanical failure at Strother Field
				23267	(MSN 1018)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron [B98], 216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; 
					Damaged 28Jun44 taxying at Wendover Field; Force landed 25Aug44 with fuel exhaustion at Wendover Field
				23268	(MSN 1019)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 16Aug44 after engine failure at Seymour Johnson
				23269	(MSN 1020)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Force landed 9Sep44 after engine failure 6 miles NW of Aberdeen, ID; 266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, 
					Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Damaged 3Apr45 taxying at Majors Field
				23270	(MSN 1021)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 6Apr44 at Selma, NC; Pilot killed
				23271	(MSN 1022)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 9Nov44 with mechanical failure 5 miles E of Fort Phantom Hill, TX
				23272	(MSN 1023)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 29Apr44 with mechanical failure at Seymour Johnson Field; 
					To National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA July 1, 1944 to July 7, 1945.
				23273	(MSN 1024)	
				23274	(MSN 1025)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 25Jun44 after engine failure 2 miles S of Wakita, OK
				23275	(MSN 1026)	
				23276	(MSN 1027)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Force landed 17Mar44 after engine failure at Galveston Field
				23277	(MSN 1028)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 7Apr44 landing with mechanical failure at Bruning Field; 
					Damaged 29Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-23061 taxying at Bruning Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Force landed 8Jun44 with engine and mechanical failure in a wheat field at DeWitt, NB; 
					Crashed 8Aug44 after losing control 2 miles SE of Shickley, NB; Pilot killed. 
					The aircraft spun out of control at approximately 9,000 feet. It is believed that the pilot
					could not recover from the spin and waited too long to attempt to bail out of the plane. 
					Evidence at the crash by the position of the body indicated that the pilot had tried to bail out, 
					but was unsuccessful.
				23278	(MSN 1029) to Hancock College of Aeronautics, Santa Maria, CA, 1947 as a ground instructional airframe. 
					University of Southern California, Santa Maria, CA May 7, 1954. Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe, CA May 13, 1954. 
					Registered as N5087V. W.F. Paterson, October 1, 1957. Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe, CA December 1957. 
					Republic Aviation Corporation, Farmingdale, NY April 1961. Registered as N347D March 18, 1964. 
					Flown throughout the United States and made at least one visit to Europe. Damaged in a landing accident, 
					repaired and donated to the USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH November 1964. 
					Registration cancelled July 10, 1972. Preserved and on display at the National Museum of the US AF, 
					Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio; Displayed in the markings of the 61st FS, 56th FG; Repainted as 222668 “Fiery Ginger IV,” 
					the aircraft of Neel E. Kearby, commander of the 348th FG in New Guinea
				23279	(MSN 1030)	23rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF; Bruning Field, NB; 
					Accident 25Feb44 when the engine failed taking off at Wichita, KS; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Damaged 9Jan45 taxying at Palacios Field, TX; 
					Crashed 5Apr45 after losing control 10 miles SE of Paris, TX; Pilot bailed out
				23280	(MSN 1031)	
				23281	(MSN 1032)	517th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 13Feb44 after engine failure with fuel exhaustion 16 miles SW of Galveston; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 31Aug44 with fuel exhaustion 3 miles SE of Moline, KS; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Force landed 20Dec44 after engine failure 10 miles SE of Walita, OK; 
					Crash landed 22Apr45 with mechanical failure at Strother Field
				23282	(MSN 1033)	262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB
				23283	(MSN 1034)	49th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 25Mar44 with a towed target over Lake Pontchartrain, LA; 
					263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Accident 10Jul44 taking off at Harding Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 5Apr45 four miles W of Ocahoma, TX; Pilot killed
				23284	(MSN 1035)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; 
					Force landed 29Mar44 after engine failure at Conroe, TX
				23285	(MSN 1036)	
				23286	(MSN 1037)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crashed 18Oct44 after engine failure and fire 3 miles W of Strother, KS; Pilot bailed out
				23287	(MSN 1038)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Accident 19Jul44 landing at Strother Field
				23288	(MSN 1039)	515th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 407th Fighter-Bomber Group, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Galveston Field, TX; Crashed 25Feb44 with mechanical failure and destroyed at Galveston Field
				23289	(MSN 1040)	19th FS [F], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Lady Ruth"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; 
					East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				23290	(MSN 1041)	474th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot Replacement Training Unit, 
					2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Mid air collision 5Mar44 with P-47D 42-23088 and crashed 8 miles W of Abilene Field; Pilot killed
				23291	(MSN 1042)	
				23292	(MSN 1043)	10th FS, 50th FG, 2nd AF, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Damaged 24Jan44 while parked by Beech AT-10BH Wichita 42-37632 taxying at Orlando AAB; 
					901st Base Unit, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Damaged 22Apr44 taxying at Orlando AAB; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Accident 1Sep44 landing with mechanical failure at Dover Field; 
					Damaged 1Mar45 taxying at Dover Field; 
					Mid air collision 24Apr45 one mile S of Centerville, MD
				23293	(MSN 1044)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 22Apr45 in collision with P-47D 43-25361 on the ground at Avenger Field, TX
				23294	(MSN 1045)	269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Accident 30Oct44 landing at Strother Field
				23295	(MSN 1046)	[X], 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Accident 16Sep44 taking off with mechanical failure at Dover Field
				23296	(MSN 1047)	901st Base Unit, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Force landed 8Jul44 after engine failure and destroyed at Cedartown, GA
				23297	(MSN 1048)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; 
					Modifed with a Chrysler XIV-2220 inline, liquid-cooled engine; Designated XP-47H; First flight 26Jul45
				23298	(MSN 1049)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; 
					Modifed with a Chrysler XIV-2220 inline, liquid-cooled engine; Designated XP-47H; 
					US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field,  Seymour, Indiana Sep 1945. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation 
					museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
				23299	(MSN 1050)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 23Jan45 after engine failure 8 miles N of Colorado City, TX
42-23300/23346		Douglas C-47A-1-DL
				MSN 9162/9208 -- Contract No. AC-20669.
				23300 (MSN 9162) to USAAF Mar 4, 1943. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, 
					Fort Bragg, NC; named ‘Hard Rock’. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, 
					Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; 
					Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of 
					H Company, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Niscemi, Sicily 
					on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43 and on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Agropoli, Italy on Operation Giant 
					13Sep43 and 14Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44.
				 	Routed via El Aounia, Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; 
					Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone 
					near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting 
					men and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. Damaged when blew a brake cylinder with heavy 
					braking during landing to avoid C-47 ? 42-23309 which had landed ahead with a blown tire at Achiet (B-54), 
					France 4Mar45. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported 
					men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; 
					Returned to Abbeville.  To RFC Sep 21, 1945.  To civil registry as NC86592 with Colonial
					Airlnes.  To Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-AGD in 1950, 
					later 'Iquasu'.  To LADE (Lineas Aereas del Estado (FAA)) as LV-AGD in 1966.  WFU
					Conflict here with a listing in an MACR (#2081) which lists this plane as being
					lost Dec 23, 1943.
				23301 (MSN 9163) to USAAF Mar 1943.  To Chile AF as 966
				23302 (MSN 9164) to USAAF Mar 5, 1943.  Surveyed at Laurinberg, NC Aug 24, 1943.  
					W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Richmond, VA 
				23303 (MSN 9165) to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 28May43. 61st Troop Carrier Squadron [Q9*F], 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538); named ‘The Last Straw’. 
					Transported paratroopers of Company E, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of 
					Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Known as Q9-F 'The Last Straw'.  To Polish civil registry with LOT (Polskie
					Line Lotnicze as SP-LCG.  Crashed near Lodz, Poland Nov 15, 1951, at least
					16 killed.  LOT had several aircraft registered as SP-LCG over the years. Also reported
					going to MAAG Portugal.  The planecrashinfo database has the crashed plane as being SP-KLA Lisunov Li-2P
				23304 (MSN 9166) to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  59th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, 
					Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing 
					Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, 
					British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field,
					Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, 
					French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. Damaged while parked in collision by C-47 ? 42-23306 taxying at Barston Heath 6Apr44.
					302nd Service Squadron for repairs 7Apr44. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop 
					zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. The wing tip was 
					damaged when the aircraft taxyed into a control tower post at Barkston Heath 22Nov44. Damaged in 
					collision with C-47 ? 42-92896 while taxying at Drucat 9Mar45. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Salvaged 22Mar45.
				23305 (MSN 9167) to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  North Africa May 12, 1943.  12th AF Italy.  Condemned
					Jun 22, 1943
				23306 (MSN 9168) to USAAF Mar 06, 1943 59th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, 
					Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; 
					Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, 
					French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					Damaged in collision with parked C-47 ? 42-23304 while taxying at Barston Heath 6Apr44. 302nd Service 
					Squadron for repair, returning 20Apr44. Damaged taxying at Barkston Heath 2Jun44. Transported paratroopers 
					of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. 302nd Service Squadron 22Sep44 for battle damage repairs. Damaged in the 
					dispersal area at Barston Heath during the night of 1/2Nov44. While taxying at a strip in France 11Dec44, 
					the aircraft sank into a bomb crater, damaging a wing, propeller, landing gear, and engine; it was left with 
					the IX Troop Carrier Service Wing for repairs. 813rd Base Unit, Sedalia Field, MO. Damaged while parked in
					collision by Curtiss C-46A ? 43-47178 taxying at Sedalia Field 11May45
				23307 (MSN 9169) to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  North Africa May 12, 1943.  8th AF UK.
					Condemned Dec 16, 1944 (to spares)
				23308 (MSN 9170) to USAAF Mar 1943.  No further details
				23309 (MSN 9171) to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  USA.  To RFC Jun 14, 1946.  NLR.
				23310 (MSN 9172) to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  75th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. 
					Took part in Operation 'Dragoon' - the invasion of southern France 15Aug44. Transported paratroopers of the 82nd 
					Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44.   To Scottish Aviation, Prestwick 18Dec45;
					Registered to Scottish Airlines Jan 11, 1946 as G-AGZF.  Carried out trooping contract
					to the Egyptian Canal Zone with RAF serial WZ984.  Registration cancelled 15Oct52.
					To French AF Oct 15, 1952 as 141406, then 4223310.  While used
					by French AF, radio callsign was F-RAFC.   Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de 
					Transport 340, Toulouse/Francazal May54; Groupe de Liaison Aérienne Ministérielles 1/60 Aug54, 
					radio call sign F-RAFC; Groupe de Liaison Aérienne Ministérielles 45, Villacoublay, Paris May56; Groupe de 
					Transport 3/62 “Sahara”, Maison Blanche, Algiers, Algeria Mar57, radio call sign F-RASL; Groupe de Liaison 
					Aérienne 45, Villacoublay, Paris Oct58, radio call sign F-SCDA; Groupe de Liaison Aérienne 
					Ministérielles 1/60 Nov60, radio call sign F-RAFH; Groupe Aérien d'Entraînement et de Liaison 2/60, 
					Villacoublay, Paris Mar64, radio call sign F-RAJN, later as F-RAJI; Groupe de Liaison Aérienne 
					Ministérielles 1/60 1966, radio call sign F-RAFN; Stored at Chateaudun 1971; 
					Rousseau Aviation 1972; Registration F-BRGN reserved, ntu; President de la République Centrafrique; 
					Registered TL-JBB Jul75 (letters being for Jean Belel Bokassa, the President of the Central African Republic); 
					Inter RCA, Bangui Jul80; Registered TL-AAX; Registration F-ODQE assigned but not taken up; 
					SARL Transvalair International; Registered F-GDPP 3May84; Association France DC 3 11Jul91; 
					Publi-Air (France) SA 10Sep98; Suffered engine failure June 26, 2001 and stored until September 1, 2003; 
					SC Dakota et Compagnie 22Jan04; Reregistered F-WZTE 22Jan04; Reregistered F-AZTE 17Feb04; Active since 
					May 2010 in Air France colors and false registration F-BBBE.
				23311 (MSN 9173) to to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  USA. . 52nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 63rd Troop Carrier Group, Grenada Field, MS. 
					Damaged in mid-air collision with an object at Grenada Field 1Dec43. 61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of Company E, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile 
					NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  To RFC Jun 14, 1946.  To civil registry as NC75142 
					(Northern Consolidated Airlines - Reeve Aleutian Airways Jun 24, 1965 -- R. G. Sholton, Anchorage,
					Alakska 1975- Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK 1976 --.... - Aero Transit Inc, Spokane WA - 
					R. L. Rude Jun 17, 1981).  N75142 was leased to Salair, but was not with them by 1988.  NLR.
				23312 (MSN 9174) to to USAAF Mar 6, 1943.  USA.  To RFC Jun 29, 1946.  To civil registry 
					as NC2985, YV-C-AKO (LAV Jan 8, 1947), N54451 (Carolina Acft Corp, Ft Lauderdale, FL RApr 19, 1968 - 
					Airlease Corp Inc, Beaufort, SC registered Dec 10, 1969), N33MS (Marian
					Mosquito Control May 1975, then Marian Air Service 1978).  Cancelled Oct 1981.  NLR.
				23313 (MSN 9175) to USAAF Mar 8, 1943.  USA.  To RFC Jun 17, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					NC68390 (Hughes Aircraft Co - All American Aviation Oct 21, 1948, operated with All American
					Airways colors), N91227 (Reregistered 1948 - Allegheny Airlines Jan 2, 1953), then N147A (Reregistered 1958).  To
					Haiti AF as 9175 Jul 14, 1960 to Mar 1982 at least.  To Compagnie Haitienme de Transports 
					Aeriens, leased from Haiti, AF (Corps d'aun de l Arrnee d'Haiti). wfu
				23314 (MSN 9176) to USAAF Mar 8, 1943.  USA.  To RFC Apr 30, 1946.  To civil registry as NC79033.
				 	NC79033  N-cancelled 6 Dec 1949, To Bolivia
				23315 (MSN 9177) to USAAF Mar 8, 1943, to US Marine Corps Mar 8, 1943 as BuNo 12405.
				23316 (MSN 9178) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943, to US Marine Corps Mar 11, 1943 as BuNo 12406
				23317 (MSN 9179) to USAAF Mar 9, 1943, to US Marine Corps Mar 9, 1943 as BuNo 12407
				23318 (MSN 9180) to USAAF Mar 8, 1943, to US Marine Corps Mar 8, 1943 as BuNo 12408
				23319 (MSN 9181) to USAAF Mar 10, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD819 Apr 1, 1943.  
					India May 25, 1943 - 195 Sqdn. Transferred to Government of
					India Nov 26, 1946, reconditioned by Hindustan Aircraft Co, then to Indian AF as VP921 
					Sep 25, 1947.  NLR
				23320 (MSN 9182) to USAAF Mar 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD820 Apr 1, 1943.  India 
					May 31, 1943.  31 Sqdn - 117 Sqdn.  Crashed Feb 14, 1945 in 
					Burma when flew into high ground 14 mi NE of Lungleh
				23321 (MSN 9183) to USAAF Mar 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD821 Apr 1, 1943.  India 
					Jul 1, 1943 - 194 Sqdn.  SOC Jan 30, 1944, probably to Government of India
				23322 (MSN 9184) to USAAF Mar 8, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD822 Apr 1, 1943.  India May 31, 1943 - 194 Sqdn.
					3 TAF RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  To government of India Jan 30, 1947.
				23323 (MSN 9185) to USAAF Mar 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD823 Apr 1, 1943.  India May 31, 1943 - 
					31 Sqdn RAF.  SOC 12 Mar 1946
				23324 (MSN 9186) to USAAF Mar 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD824 Apr 2, 1943.  Registered as G-AGHF with BOAC May 10, 1943.   
					Operated for RAF as ODZZ.  Sold to North West Airlines (IOM) Jun 21, 1949, then to A J Leeward Inc
					Mar 12, 1950, and briefly registered N9994F Mar 1950.  To RCAF, as Dakota 3F 10911 May 30, 1951.  
					Renumbered 12966 in 1970.  Last used in Saskatoon Mar 1975.  Acquired by Basler
					Flight Services and registered N46877, then by Flager Aircraft.  Operated by Air Colombia as HK-3293
					since Dec 13, 1982.  N46877 cancelled Jan 1988.   Current with Air Colombia as HK-3293 2011
				23325 (MSN 9187) to USAAF Mar 10, 1943. To RAF as Dakota III FD825 Apr 19, 1943.  Registered as G-AGHH 
					with BOAC May 14, 1943 and operated for RAF as ODZY.  Leased to BEA Jan 24, 1949, then sold to 
					British Aviation Insurance Co Ltd Mar 9, 1949, then to Hellenic Airlines as SX-BAN.  Became 
					National Greek Airlines Jul 7, 1951, then to Olympic Airways Apr 6, 1957.  To Royal Hellenic AF 
					Jul 1973 as 23325.  WFU.
				23326 (MSN 9188) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD826 Apr 19, 1943.  UK May 04, 1943 - 24 Sqdn - 512 Sqdn 
					Aug 23, 1943 - ATTDU Jun 12, 1944.  Became Instructional Airframe 5351M Jul 14, 1945 for 1 PTS and SOC
				23327 (MSN 9189) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD827 Apr 19, 1943.  To civil registry as G-AGHE May 5, 1943 for
					BOAC, operated for RAF as ODZK.  Sold to Malayan Airways as VR-SCR 'Tiong' Aug 8, 1948.  Later renamed
					'Robin'.  Then to Thai Airways Apr 17, 1961 as HS-TDH.  Crashed on landing at Chaing Mai Apt, Bangkok,
					Thailand Dec 25, 1967.  4 of 31 onboard killed.
				23328 (MSN 9190) to USAAF Mar 10, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD828 Apr 1943.  UK.  24 Sqdn 
					May 4, 1943.  512 Sqdn Aug 23, 1943. 216 Sqdn Jan 26, 1944.  
					West Africa Mar 15, 1944.  1381(T) CU Nov 29, 1945.
					Crashed Mar 12, 1946, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, 
					UK after crew bailed out following failure of radio aids.
				23329 (MSN 9191) to USAAF Mar 10, 1943 - 59th Troop Carrier Squadron [X5*K], 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route 
					departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, 
					British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field, 
					Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, 
					French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force.  
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade 
					to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Aileron damaged 
					during takeoff at Barkston Heath 24Jan45. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping 
					Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					9th AF Belgium/Netherlands Dec 19, 1946. Condemned Dec 19, 1946 (Spares)
				23330 (MSN 9192) to USAAF Mar 10, 1943 - 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, 
					Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; 
					Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 
					6Oct43. The aircraft, loaded with medical and Post Exchange supplies and fifteen (15) passengers, landed at
					Milo airdrome, Trapani, Sicily 22Oct43 and was damaged when ground looped. The pilot was instructed to land 
					on the dirt runway to the northwest. This runway is slightly downhill and due to excessive landing speed, he 
					was unable to stop and ground looped in order to avoid hitting parked aircraft. Damage to the plane included 
					a) right landing gear broken, b) right wing crumpled, c) right propeller bent, and d) left landing gear bent. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force.
					Removed from inventory Dec 31, 1945
				23331 (MSN 9193) to USAAF Mar 10, 1943 Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 15Feb44. 
					62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported 
					paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of 
					Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire
					Condemned Jul 19, 1945 (Spares)
				23332 (MSN 9194) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943 . Oran, Algeria 12May43. 15th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC; named ‘Stormy’. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field,
					Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, 
					Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. 
					Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via El Aounia, 
					Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston 
					Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44; named ‘Shady Lady III’. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop 
					zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting 
					men and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. The plane went missing during a cargo flight from Villacoublay (A-42), 
					France to Barkston Heath 23Nov44 [5KIA]. It likely crashed in the English Channel near Dunkirk; weather conditions 
					reported en route included low clouds and rain.  MACR 10529.  Condemned 1944 (Spares)
				23333 (MSN 9195) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943 59th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, 
					Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; 
					Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					On 18Sep43, three C-47A’s (two loaded with ammunition and one with a jeep and trailer) took off from Licata South 
					and proceeded to Battipaglia, Salerno, Italy. While taxying, this aircraft was struck by C-47A ? 42-32914; the tail 
					assembly was sheared off and the right wing tip was damaged. After the collision this aircraft taxyed clear of the 
					runway and was parked. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, 
					Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force.
					Condemned Jan 31, 1946 (Spares) 
				23334 (MSN 9196) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943 - . 59th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC; named ‘Buckeye Belle’. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; 
					Atkinson Field, Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; 
					Ascension Island; Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, 
					French Morocco 13May43. Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. 
					Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via 
					Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force.  Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 302nd Service Squadron 
					30Jun44 for fuselage repairs. Crashed after a mid-air collision with C-47A ? 43-15097 in poor visibility 
					west of Sleaford, Lincolnshire 28Jul44 [5KIA]. Three planes of the 59th TCS in a proficiency flight, flying just 
					west of Sleaford, were letting down through or between cumulus. ?  3, aircraft 43-15097, was apparently 
					out of place in the formation and crossed above and between ? ’s 1 and 2 to get into position [?  2, aircraft 42-32927, 
					was not affected and returned to base]. In some manner, ?  3 came down from above ?  1, aircraft 42-23334, 
					and collided with it. ?  3 was slashed by the propeller of ?  1, lost its empennage, came to pieces in the air 
					and all on board were killed when it hit the ground. 42-23334 was damaged beyond control and after a steep 
					glide, burst into flames just before plunging to the ground south of Rauceby, Lincolnshire. All on board were 
					killed either in the air or on impact. Salvaged by 78th Air Service Group, Barkston Heath 29Jul44 and wreck returned to Barkston Heath.
				23335 (MSN 9197) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943 - . 14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field May43. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; 
					Atkinson Field, Georgetown, British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field, 
					Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, 
					Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 
					12Feb44. Routed via El Aounia, Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; 
					Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. 59th Troop Carrier Squadron 19Mar45.  Returned to USA Sep 27, 1945 - 
					To RFC Nov 05, 1945.
				23336 (MSN 9198) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943 - England 21Mar43. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Twelfth Air Force, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing 
					Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via El Aounia, Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, 
					Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 
					6Jun44. Badly battle damaged. 302nd Service Squadron 6Jun44 for battle damage repairs. Towed a Waco CG-4A 
					glider transporting men and materials for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men 
					and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping 
					Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at 
					Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					9th AF, known as ‘Y9-T/Red Dog’ 1945 - ...- ‘0-23336’ with 7100 M & S 
					Wiesbaden, Germany - Stored Davis Monthan 1961.  To civil registry as N87639 (Aero American Corp, 
					Tucson, AZ. Aug 20, 1961). Fuselage noted Ryan Field 1969 to 1980.
				23337 (MSN 9199) to USAAF Mar 11, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 28, 1944. To civil
					registry as OK-VDS (Czech Govmt 1948), then to Czechoslovakian AF in 1950.
				23338 (MSN 9200) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943.  59th Troop Carrier Squadron [X5*L], 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route 
					departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, 
					British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field,
					Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca,
					French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 
					British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 
					17Sep44. Ferried to Aldermaston (Station 467) to participate in a resupply flight for the 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 19Sep44; hit by flak damaging the left 
					horizontal stabilizer; the stabilizer was replaced by 20Sep44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45.
					Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.USA.  To RFC Oct 19, 1945
				23339 (MSN 9201) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943.  59th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, 
					British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field, 
					Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. 
					Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, 
					French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. During glider towing formation flying training 10Apr44, the left wing tip collided with the 
					right elevator and stabilizer of C-47 ?  42-92778.   To RFC Feb 25, 1946.  To civil registry as NC60256 (Intl Air 
					Services, leased to Pacific Southwest Airways - Arrow Airways, Burbank, CA).  
					Crashed into hillside 5 mi N of Benicia, CA Dec 7, 1949. Struck a 1,200 ft. hill obscured by clouds, 
					during a rainstorm, 6 miles east of Vallejo, California. The pilot failed to fly at the assigned 
					altitude of 4,000 feet on his flight plan9 killed.  All 9 onboard killed.
				23340 (MSN 9202) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943.  15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing 
					Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, British Guyana; 
					Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; 
					Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 
					15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. Shot at by Italian flak just 
					after the paratroopers had jumped, damaging the rudder, aileron controls and left engine. After crossing the coast
					on return to base, the aircraft was hit by Fürther ground fire. Flying low over US landing craft, the aircraft was fired on 
					and flew just above the waves to duck under friendly tracer fire. A Me 110 made a pass but lost the C-47 almost 
					immediately in the dark. About to ditch, a US ship opened fire. The aircraft hit the waves and swung the plane 
					broadside to the ship; all firing ceased. The destroyer had been expecting a torpedo attack and in the darkness 
					mistook the aircraft which had been skimming the water right at it. The gun crew had seen the star painted on the aircraft and stopped firing [2WIA].
  				23341 (MSN 9203) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943 - USA - Stored Feb 18, 1946 - To RFC Aug 19, 1946.  To civil registry 
					as PP-XBI (H. Machado and M. J. Atunes Mar 13, 1947), PP-ANA (Transportes Aereos Nacional SA Jun 30, 1947), 
					PP-ASQ (Sadia Aug 08, 1961) and PP-BTX (Paraense Aereos SA Sep 13, 1965).  SOC Mar 27, 1968 
				23342 (MSN 9204) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 19May43. Ninth Air Force 6Mar44.
					32nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Damaged in a landing 
					accident at RAF Harlaxton  at night in a snowstorm 29Jan45. The pilot mistook RAF Harlaxton for Saltby and approached 
					to land, but came in from the wrong direction and put down whilst trying to avoid other aircraft. Both wings were 
					damaged beyond repair when the aircraft struck buildings, and the starboard engine was also damaged.
					Salvaged 28Jul45.
				23343 (MSN 9205) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943 - USA - W/o 9 Dec 1943 at Knollwood, NC.  Survey Alliance, NB 
					Dec 1943
				23344 (MSN 9206) to USAAF Mar 12, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 6Mar44. 
					62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). 
					Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW 
					of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire.
					Condemned Oct 25, 1944 for salvage
				23345 (MSN 9207) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - USA - To Bolivian AF Feb 28, 1946, operated by
					Transporte Aereo Militar as TAM-24 'Lobito'.
					Crashed at Caranavi, Bolivia and DBR Sep 25, 1972.  2 on board, no fatalities.
				23346 (MSN 9208) to USAAF Mar 13, 1945 - USA - Bolling Field, DC Feb 5, 1946.  Canal Zone Dec 18, 1946 -
					Havana Dec 25, 1948 - HQC MAA Feb 14, 1949 - Havana Mar 25, 1949.  To spares Oct 25, 1949.
42-23347/23355		Douglas C-47A-5-DL
				MSN 9209/9217.  Contract No. AC-20669
				23347 (MSN 9209) to USAAF Mar 16, 1943.  To RFC Jul 1, 1946.  To civil registration as NC95470.  
					To Varig of Brazil as PP-VBG Jul 1948.  Cancelled May 29, 1970. Fuselage mounted on boat, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
				23348 (MSN 9210) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943.  To RFC Apr 14, 1946.  To civil registry as NC49322, N303K (Ford Motor
					Co, Dearborn, MI.), CF-ORD (Ford Motor Co of Canada Jun 08, 1967 - Air Safari, Breslau, ONT. Jul 
					29, 1970 - Northern Wings, Sept Iles, QUE. May 23, 1972), N9011F (Air Sales
					Inc, Oct 28, 1978 - Marketron, Menlo Pk, CA. Feb 07, 1979). No report after May 1982, cancelled.
				23349 (MSN 9211) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi May 31, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking. 
					Condemned Jul 04, 1945 (Spares) 
				23350 (MSN 9212) to USAAF Mar 13, 1943.  To RFC Oct 30, 1945.  To civil registry as NC88875 (Air 
					Cargo Tpt Corp, Newark, NJ.), AN-ADQ (Lineas Aereas Nicaragua SA 1948).  DBR Feb 1960, cancelled
				23351 (MSN 9213) to USAAF Mar 1943. Noted with NC ANG 1960.  w/o 31 May 1963  Location?
				23352 (MSN 9214) to USAAF Mar 13, 1943.  To RFC Nov 5, 1945.  To civil registry as NC57850 (E W Tabor, 
					operated with Trans Luxury Airlines).  Crashed upon landing at Elko, NV. Sep 05, 1946.
					20 of 21 onboard killed.  The aircraft lost contact with the ground in fog and crashed into 
					a hillside while attempting to land at Elko Airport. A two-year-old boy was the only survivor. 
					The pilot continued the approach after losing visual contact with the airport due to fog. 
					Unfamiliarity of the pilot with the terrain. Insufficent fuel aboard to proceed to an alternate landing site.
				23353 (MSN 9215) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - North Africa Jul 22, 1943 - Removed from inventory Jul 14, 1946
				23354 (MSN 9216) to USAAF Mar 1943 - no details but ‘0-23354’ noted with CONAC - Stored Davis
					Monthan (1969), scrapped May 1972 only
				23355 (MSN 9217) to USAAF mar 1943 - no details until ‘0-23355’ stored Davis Monthan, for sale
					Mar 20, 1965. NLR
42-23356/23379		Douglas C-47A-10-DL
				MSN 9218/9241  -- Contract No. AC-20669
				23356 (MSN 9218) to USAAF Mar 16, 1943 - Ninth Air Force 30Jun44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the 
					Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire.
					Noted with 47BW/85BS Sep 1953
				23357 (MSN 9219) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943 - USA - W/o 5 Mar 1945 at Wright Field, OH 
					Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test 
					flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, killing five 
					workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside, including C-47 42-23357
				23358 (MSN 9220) to USAAF Mar 16, 1943 - Overseas Aug 27, 1943 - USA Nov 17, 1943.
					To RFC Jul 18, 1946
				23359 (MSN 9221) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - USA - W/o 29 Sep 1943 at Gaddo Gap, AR.  SOC Oct 2, 1943
				23360 (MSN 9222) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - USA - Crashed 5 km SW of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Dec 25, 1944
					on flight from Dayton-Wright Patterson AAF, Ohio to Wold-Chamberlain Field, Minneapolis, MN.  Enroute,
					the plane encountered substantial headwinds, and tried to return to Patterson Field.  Weather had
					deteriorated and plane diverted to Harrisburg.  But weather was bad at Harrisburg as well and after five
					unsuccessful attempts to land, flew into 900-foot hill and caught fire.  12 out of 27 onboard killed.
				23361 (MSN 9223) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - Oran May 19, 1943 - 9th
					AF Mar 06, 1944 - FLC Aug 29, 1947.  To civil registry as NC20756 (?) - NLR
				23362 (MSN 9224) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 05, 1944.  
					Condemned Jun 08, 1945 (Spares)
				23363 (MSN 9225) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 20May43. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 
					508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; 
					battle damaged by enemy ground fire. 50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Poix (B-44), France. 
					On 6Apr45 the 314th TCG was flying a load of gasoline to General George Patton’s troops on the front line near Frankfurt. 
					About 12 miles northwest of Malmedy, Belgium six aircraft were involved in collisions in mist/low cloud. Struck the ground 
					and crashed 20 miles NW of Limburg, near Koblenz, Germany 6Apr45 [4KIA].
	 				Condemned May 11, 1945 (Spares)
				23364 (MSN 9226) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - USA - Stored Feb 07, 1946.  To RFC Jun 25, 1946.
					To civil registry as NC79023 (R W Duff, Miami, FL.), CX-AQC (Pluna Nov 18, 1955),
					to Uruguayan AF as CX-AQT/T-523 (TAM Feb 1979).   wfu 16 Jul 1986
				23365 (MSN 9227) to USAAF Mar 15, 1943 - original 5th AF 375th TCG 55th TCS as 109 30Jun43.
					Flown to Australia left wheel sunk into hole taxiing damaging prop and engine Dec43 repaired.
					Struck by truck Jan44, repaired,  Damaged while parked Dobodura NG 19Feb44, repaired.
					Damaged taxiing Finschhafen NG 26 Mar 1944, repaired.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS.  SOC May 14, 1946.
				23366 (MSN 9228) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943 Oran, Algeria 19May43. Twelfth Air Force. 32nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Berguent, French Morocco; Kairouan, Tunisia. Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone at Sicily on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43. and shot down by AAA 4 mi NE of Gela, Sicily, 
					Italy Jul 9, 1943.  4 KIA.  MACR 368.
				23367 (MSN 9229) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943 - w/o 16 Apr 1943, mid-air with 41-18383 near Sedalia AAF, MO
					USA - Surveyed Sedalia, MO. Jun 08, 1943
				23368 (MSN 9230) to USAAF Mar 16, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - Crashed Karlovy Yary 
					(Karlsbad) Czechoslovia Apr 22, 1947.  FLC Jun 17, 1947. Condemned Dec 02, 1947 (Spares)
				23369/23372 (MSN 9231/9234) to US Navy as BuNo 12409/12412
				23369 (MSN 9231) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Mar 17, 1943.
				23370 (MSN 9232) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Mar 17, 1943
				23371 (MSN 9233) to USAAF Mar 16, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Mar 16, 1943
				23372 (MSN 9234) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Mar 17, 1943
				23373 (MSN 9235) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF Jun 1, 1943 as 
					Dakota III FD829.  With No. 216 Sqdn ran out of fuel and 
					crashed in Turkey Nov 1, 1943
				23374 (MSN 9236) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF Jun 1, 1943 as 
					Dakota III FD830.  133CU, Bilbeis, Egypt - SEAC 
					Mar 29, 1945. SOC Aug 16, 1945. 
				23375 (MSN 9237) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943.  To RAF Jun 01, 1943 as 
					Dakota III FD831 - 194 Sqdn - SEAC Apr 30, 1944.  Sold to 
					Government of India Nov 29, 1946, then to Hindustan Aircraft Sep
					25, 1947 and to Indian AF as VP922.  NLR.
				23376 (MSN 9238) to USAAF Mar 17, 1943. To RAF May 11, 1943 as 
					Dakota III FD832. 216 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Oct 01, 1943.  Might have been 
					destroyed on ground Antimacchia, Kos, Greece Sep 18, 1943
				23377 (MSN 9239) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943. To RAF May 01, 1943 
					as Dakota III FD833 - 31 Sqdn RAF, 117 Sqdn RAF, 267 Sqdn RAF, India May 31, 1943. SEAC Apr 30, 1944.
					Sold to Indian Government Jan 30, 1947. NLR
				23378 (MSN 9240) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III
					FD834 - 31 Sqdun RAF, 117 Sqdn RAF, 267 Sqdn RAF, India May 31, 1943.  Sold to Indian Government Jan 30, 1947.
				23379 (MSN 9241) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF Jul 1, 1943 
					as Dakota III FD835.  To 194 Sqdn.  Crashed while 
					attempting forced landing Sep 12, 1944 near Nakingant, 
					Burma.
42-23380/23412		Douglas C-47A-15-DL
				MSN 9242/9274.  Contract No. AC-20669
				23380 (MSN 9242) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III 
					FD836 Sep 17, 1943.  SEAC Jan 13, 1944 -- 117 Sqdn -- 
					Crashed Jul 22, 1944, Burma when flew into hill near Ukrul
					during supply dropping mission..
				23381 (MSN 9243) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III 
					FD837 May 31, 1943.  215 Sqdn RAF. SOC Jun 13, 1946 
				23382 (MSN 9244) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III 
					FD838 May 31, 1943.  MIA with 31 Sqdn in Burma Aug 15, 1943 during supply dropping mission.
				23383 (MSN 9245) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943. Oran, Algeria 19May43. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [4C*I; Nose #8], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing 
					Castelvetrano 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales 
					to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					FLC Jun 20, 1947...but to RFC Jun 18, 1948 and reported broken up overseas!
				23384 (MSN 9246) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943 - USA - Stored Feb 14, 1946.  
					To Brazilian AF as C-47-2029 in 1946.  Crashed Dec 1, 1958.
				23385 (MSN 9247) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943 - USA - RFC Oct 15, 1945.
					To civil registry as NC48990 (Reynolds Metal Co, Richmond, VA), reregistered N990.  To N34116 (Sears
					Roebuck and Co, Chicago, IL, BCS Leasing Company, Stratford, CC Feb 1969, SInger general Precision
					Inc, Pleasantville, NY Jul 1967, Singer Co, Ny , C F Aviation, Inc bought Oct 16, 1987, RWH Aviation 
					Inc Feb 4, 1988).  Reregistered N66HL May 1988.  Later N23AJ (Various individuals and 
					corporations).  Current Mar 2003 with Limey Dak Co, Wilmington, DE. since Apr 12, 1999.
					In 2009 was registered N243DC.  In 2015 was at Buckeye MAP, Arizona belong to Hans Lauridsen collection,
					missing the number one engine.
				23386 (MSN 9248) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 29Apr43. 47th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 
					3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire.
					To RFC Dec 04, 1945.  To French AF (MDAP) Indochina 
					as ‘223386’ Dec 15, 1953 - GT2/63 ‘FRANL’ - GT2/62 Jun 1955 - GT1/64
					Oct 1955.  Sold to Royal Laotian AF Aug 10, 1956. NLR.
				23387 (MSN 9249) to USAAF Mar 1943. To civil registry as NC88876 (Winged Cargo Tpt Corp, Newark, NJ, cancelled 
					1948).  Disappeared en route Kingston, Jamaica to San Jose Dec 17, 1946.  Never found.  7 lost.
				23388 (MSN 9250) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - North Africa Jun 30, 1943.  Original 5th AF 375th TCG 55th TCS as 107 
					30Jun43 flown to Australia. Propellor struck runway on take off due to undercarriage being retracted 
					too soon. 14Oct43 to 478th Service Sqn for salvage. No injuries  Condenmed Oct 31, 1944.
				23389 (MSN 9251) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943.  To civil registry as NC64423 (Challenger
					Airlines 1946 - Monarch Airlines Jul 1, 1941, Frontier Airlines Jul 1, 1950, later 'Sunliner
					Royal Gorge' - Miami Aviation Corp - Air Tours Leasing - Bendix Corp - Carolina Aircraft Co -
					Leased to Ford Motor Co).  DBR Teterboro, NJ Sep 26, 1968.  Broken up Dec 7, 1968
				23390 (MSN 9252) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - USA - Stored Jul 22, 1946 to May 15, 1947, then sold to
					Ecuador AF Sep 30, 1947
				23391 (MSN 9253) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - USA.  Crashed Camp Mackall, NC. Oct 29, 1943.
				23392 (MSN 9254) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - USA - Stored Jan 19, 1946 - RFC Jul 10, 1946.  To civil
					registry as NC79014 (J Le Baron - Hughes Aircraft Co - All American Aviation Oct 21, 1948), 
					N91228 (All American Airways - Allegheny Airlines Jan 02, 1953), N148A (ntu), N91228 (Aeroflite Inc. - 
					World Assocs Inc Dec 31, 1959). To Argentine AF as T-33, then TA-33.  Destroyed during a
					JATO at base in Antarctic Dec 10, 1964
				23393 (MSN 9255) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 6Mar44. 62nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported 
					paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of 
					Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 50th Troop Carrier Squadron [2R*E], 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Poix (B-44), France. On 6Apr45 the 314th TCG was 
					flying a load of gasoline to General George Patton’s troops on the front line near Frankfurt. 
					About 12 miles northwest of Malmedy, Belgium six aircraft were involved in collisions in 
					mist/low cloud. Mid-air collision with C-47 ? 42-93088 and crashed at Fagnes de Solwaster, 
					N of Malmedy, Belgium 6Apr45 [4KIA].
				23394 (MSN 9256) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 6Mar44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					To spares Oct 12, 1946 (Sometimes reported Salvador AF then YS-26C Aug 19, 1968, which is unlikely)
				23395 (MSN 9257) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - . Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African Route, via Menara Field, Marrakech, French Morocco. Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ferried to St Eval, Cornwall but landed 
					with fuel exhaustion at Shannon, Eire 5Mar44; departed for England same day. Ninth Air Force 6Mar44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					To spares Apr 13, 1946
				23396 (MSN 9258) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 28, 1944 - To spares
					Jun 22, 1945
				23397 (MSN 9259) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - To spares Nov
					01, 1947
				23398 (MSN 9260) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - ... - ‘0-23398’ known as ‘WeGo21’ in Korea Sep 1953.
					To Turkish AF Dec 1946, wfu Oct 1966
				23399 (MSN 9261) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - . Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 23Feb44. 
					62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers 
					of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					To Turkey Dec 18, 1946.  To civil registry as TC-ALP Devlet Hava Yollari 1946 - Turkish
					Airlines ‘44’ Mar 01, 1956.  Broken up at Yesilkoy 1969
				23400 (MSN 9262) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy Apr 21, 1944 - 
					9th AF Jul 20, 1944.  To spares Nov 01, 1947 
				23401 (MSN 9263) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - 8th AF, UK. 
					Condemned Oct 28, 1944
				23402 (MSN 9264) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - . Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 6Mar44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 
					508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; 
					battle damaged by enemy ground fire.
					To FLC Jun 13, 1947.  To civil registry as OK-WDW (CSA 1947), then to French AF as ‘23402’ May 24, 1960 - 
					GAMOM50 Nov 1962 - BA701 ‘FTEBJ’ Mar 1966 - For sale Châteaudun 1971.  Returned to civil 
					registry as F-WSGQ (Ferry reg 1972), N18257 or N18264 Oct 17, 1972, then C-FECY (Astro Airlines 
					Nov73 - Laurentian Air Service, 1974). DBR Lac Guyere, PQ. Sep 25, 1975.
				23403 (MSN 9265) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK. Feb 22, 1944.  To
					spares Nov 01, 1947
				23404 (MSN 9266) to USAAF Mar 23, 1943  Oran, Algeria 19May43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, North Africa, Guercif, French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, 
					Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43.  Shot down by friendly AAA fire from US Navy 4 mi NW of Scoglitti, Sicily 
					Jul 11, 1943.  3 KIA, 2 survived.  MACR 4402
				23405 (MSN 9267) to USAAF Mar 23, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy -
					Crashed Jun 24, 1944
				23406 (MSN 9268) to USAAF Mar 23, 1943 - 59th Troop Carrier Squadron [X5*A], 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route 
					departing Morrison Field May43. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, Georgetown, 
					British Guyana; Val de Caes Field, Belém, Brazil; Panamirim Field, Natal, Brazil; Ascension Island; Eknes Field, 
					Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Oudja, French Morocco 13May43. 
					Twelfth Air Force. Lourmel, Oran, Algeria 15May43. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, 
					Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force.  
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église,
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. The aircraft was damaged in a takeoff at Denain/Prouvy (A-83), France 
					when the wind sheared some of its rivets in the rudder 22Nov44; repaired by 27Nov44. Stabilizer damaged by propeller
					wash from another plane at Barkston Heath 3Dec44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. 
					Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					To FLC Jun 20, 1947, but still with USAF Europe Apr 07, 1948.  To spares Jun 18, 1948
				23407 (MSN 9269) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 31May43. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Lourmel, Oran, Algeria. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Sciacca, Sicily. 
					Ditched four miles off Marinella, Sicily 28Jan44. Two new engines had just been installed and the aircraft 
					was on a test flight. The right engine caught fire and fell off, forcing the ditching. Condemned 8Jul44.
				23408 (MSN 9270) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943 Oran, Algeria 21May43. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. The aircraft was forced to return to Barkston Heath on one 
					engine and crash landed 10Nov44. A rough engine caused the pilot to cut one engine; its propeller could not 
					be feathered nor the engine re-started. One engine would not support the plane with the one propeller 
					windmilling, losing altitude at 200 feet per minute. The aircraft reached the end of the runway with flaps 
					extended to increase lift and prolong flight after barely clearing lighting wires at the edge of the field. Drucat (B-92), 
					Abbeville, France 13Mar45. 59th Troop Carrier Squadron [X5*V] 19Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). 
					Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville. 61st Troop Carrier Group, Air Transport Command 15May45. 
					Departed to Trinidad via the South Atlantic/African Route. 61st Troop Carrier Group, Air Transport Command, 
					Waller Field, Trinidad May45. 1107th Base Unit, Waller Field, Trinidad. Damaged taxying at Waller Field 29Aug45.
					USA Sep 27, 1944 - RFC Sep 27, 1945.  To civil registry as NC21730 (No détails), NLR
				23409 (MSN 9271) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 14, 1943. W/o 20 May 1943 at Zanderij Field, Surinam.
					 Condemned Jun 17, 1943
				23410 (MSN 9272) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 19May43. 60th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Twelfth Air Force, Thiersville, Algeria May43. El Djem, Tunisia Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the British 
					1st Parachute Brigade, the ‘Red Devils’, to a drop zone near the Primosole bridge, Sicily on Operation ‘Fustian’ 13Jul43.
					Shot down Jul 13, 1943 by enemy ground fire and crashed in the sea off Sicily.
				23411 (MSN 9273) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 21, 1943.  Cond Jun 26, 1946 but ... ‘24311’
					with French Navy in Indochina (1950) -...-‘11’ Nimes-Garons (1968).  Scrapped 1971
				23412 (MSN 9274) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - 8th AF, UK May 01, 1943 - FLC Jun 14, 1946.  To civil
					registry as NC54548 (TWA Jan 21, 1946), F-BAXT (Air France Aug 01, 1949). 
					Crashed on a railway line near the airport at Nantes, France during a training flight Jan 24, 1956.
					5 crew OK.
42-23413/23537		Douglas C-47A-20-DL
				MSN 9275/9399. Contract No. AC-20669
				23413 (MSN 9275) to USAAF Mar 26, 1943.  UK Mar 21, 1943.  9th AF.   Diverted May 25, 1946 to a foreign AF.
				23414 (MSN 9276) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  Cairo May 12, 1943.  Turkey Jul 14, 1945.  WFU
					by 1955 was TC-AFA of Devlet Hava Yollari.  To N58U in 1954, to XC-BUR Sria 
					de la Hacienta Apr 10, 1957.
					To XC-SAG Sria de Agricultura v Ganaderia Jul 11, 1968.  Noted as N8WJ at Fort Lauderdale, Florida Feb 2008.
				23415 (MSN 9277) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943.  Cairo May 30, 1943.  Oran Sep 15, 1943.  8th AF Oct 5, 1943
					9th AF.  Salvaged Jun 21, 1944
				23416 (MSN 9278) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943.  Cairo May 30, 1943.  8th AF Oct 25, 1943.  WFU Apr 14, 1946
				23417 (MSN 9279) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG 13th TCS May 9, 1943.  to Phillipine AF Jul 24, 1946.  
					Later to XC-INI
				23418 (MSN 9280) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 58 11May43. flown with Australian radio c/s 
					VHCGA dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of C flight numbered 419 05Sep43.  VAFSC Depot No 2 to 5th AF 
					SerCom 19Dec43.  to 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as X29 18Feb44.  Grazed by another a/c taxiing  Hollandia 
					NG 03May44, repaired. Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  To FEASC CRTC 06Nov44.  excl Jan 4, 1946
				23419 (MSN 9281) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943.  5th AF May 5, 1943.  to NEIAF as DT-951, flown with Australian radio 
					callsign VH-REE.  By 1955 was PK-REE of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV.  To PK-GDA.  To PK-NDK Merpati Nusantara Airlines 
					Jun 1968.  Surva Dirgantara, Dirgantara Air Service, Jakarta (1978).  To VK-VTM rerregistered Sep 1981.  
					Noted WFU at Halim Nov 1989
				23420 (MSN 9282) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  With 5th AF, 374th TCG, 21st TCS disintegrated in a thunderstorm
					S of Springsure, Australia Nov 16, 1943, SW Pacific.  MACR 14422.  All 19 onboard killed.
				23421 (MSN 9283) to USAF Mar 25, 943.  5th AF May 10, 1943.  VHCXE HQ SWPA as VH-CXE Shiny Sheila 30May43.
					salvaged Apr 29, 1948 in Europe.
				23422 (MSN 9284) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943.  5th AF 374th TCG  6th TCS as 502 02May43 to 386th Serv Sqn 06Dec44.
					Battery acid leaked from bottles during load flight Finschhafen to Sorido 02Dev44, 
					To 386th Serv Sqn salvaged 08Dec44.
				23423 (MSN 9285) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943.  to RAAF Apr 25, 1943 as A65-5 (call sign VH-CTE).  Assigned
					May 11, 1943 to 36 Sqdn.  To Ansett Australia (ANA) as VH-INB Sep 1, 1947, named Croana.
					To Guinea Airways Apr 1, 1955.  Temporarily reregistered as GH-GAL named
					Kokoda.  When leased to Ansett Express, returned to Ansett Jan 18, 1960.
					To Airlines of South Australia Jan 25, 1960 registered as VH-INB.  Apr 1, 1960
					to Airlines of NWS.  In 1967 returned to Ansett/ANA.  Dec 1967 WFU and
					scrapped Nov 4, 1969 Essendon Airport, Melbourne.
				23424 (MSN 9286) to USAAF 25Mar43.  To RAAF as A65-9.  departed US 22Apr43.  3 AD 30Apr43.  
					36 Sqn RAAF Milne Bay 04May43.
					34 Sqn RAAF coded FD-D VH-CTI 09May43.  7 AD RAAF 22Aug43.   34 Sqn RAAF 30Aug43.  ANA Parafield 24Apr44.
					34 Sqn RAAF 23Aug44.  34 Sqn RAAF for transporation of British Mission 27Aug44 to 16Sep44 AD.
					08May46 sold CDC to Qantas Empire Airways 10Dec46 VH-BAL changed to VH-EAM 12Dec46.   
					East West Airlines VH-EWA 21Jul53 
					Peel City VH-EWF 28May59.   Leased to Airlines of South Australia 02Jun65.   
					Pacific & Western Aviation Ltd VH-PWN 27Nov67. 
					leased to Queensland & Pacific Airways 1971 then East West Airlines then Bush pilots Airways 
					Damaged by fire Cairns Nov80.   Air Queensland 04Jan82.   DC-3 Queensland P/L 07Apr88 
					Desert Air Safaris Dick Lang 10Jun91.   Pionair Adventures NZ 03May93.  Spirit of Queenstown ZK-AMS 15Jul93.
					VH-CWS 14Mar06.   Classic Wings Pty Ltd of Midland WA US Mar 14, 2006.  WFU and stored Jandakot Airport 
					Broome Air Services 24jun10 based Bankstown NSW Australia  current 2011  
					01/2016 Departed Bankstown on truck destined for The Independence Hall of Korea at Cheonan South Korea
				23425 (MSN 9287) to USAAF 27Mar43.  To RAAF as A65-10.  Departed US 23Apr43 3 AD RAAF 25Apr43.  
					36 Sqn RAAF VH-CTF 27Apr43
					34 Sqn RAAF 13May43. 7 AD RAAF 12Jul43 34 Sqn RAAF coded FD-A 24Jul43.  7 AD RAAF 20Sep43 34 Sqn RAAF 30Sep43 
					ANA 17Oct44.   34 Sqn RAAF 23Jan45.   Became uncontrollable between Tarakan and Morotai ditched off Labuan 19Sep45 
					2 crew and 20 passengers uninjured at sea for 15 hours in rafts before being picked up 150 miles E of Tarakan  .
				23426 (MSN 9288) to USAAF  27Mar43.   To RAAF as A65-7.  Departed US 23Apr43.  3 AD RAAF 25Apr43. 36 Sqn RAAF VH-CTG 27Apr43.
					34 Sqn RAAF coded FD-B 18May43. 7 AD RAAF 08Aug43.  34 Sqn RAAF coded OM-H 20Aug43. ANA 28Aug44.  34 Sqn RAAF 22Nov44.
					Ran off strip landing with strong tail wind Tarakan Strip Borneo 17Aug45,  Crew uninjured.  26 RSU RAAF 21Aug45.  
					Scrapped 01Oct45  
				23427 (MSN 9289) to USAAF 27Mar43.  To RAAF as A65-8.  Departed US 23Apr43.  3 AD 25Apr43.  36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-J 
					Slow Poke VH-CTH 27Apr43.  12 RSU RAAF 15Jul43.  36 Sqn RAAF 27Jul43.   ANA Parafield 02Jan45.  36 Sqn RAAF 02Apr45.  
					34 Sqn RAAF 23Aug45.  AD storage 18Apr46.  to Trans Australian Airlines Brisbane 27Sep46 for spares   
				23428 (MSN 9290) to USAAF Mar 27 1943.  To RCAF Apr 20, 1943 as Dakota 651.  Renumbered 12936 in 1970.  After CAF 12936, 
					became N46949 with Basler Flight services, Oshkosh, WI May 1977.  A Marshall 
					t/a Marshalls Air Inc, St Thomas. Virgin Islands Apr 7, 1978. - Virgin Air Inc, St. Thomas, VI Nov 1983.  
					N46949 to National Bank Waterloo, Waterloo, IA, bought 0ct 23, 1987 Aeroservicioa SdeRL, RP Dec , 1987. 
					A E Beneditti, FL, bought Dec 12, 1989 al leased to Aeroservicios. To Basl. and Basler, Oshkosh, WI May 2, 1991 
					Basler Flight Service Inc, Oshkosh WI B21Jan92 - under conversion to DC-3 BT-67 conversion no. 18 Aug 1992.
 					To Royal Thai AF as RTAF 883; believed later reserialled 46153.
				23429 (MSN 9291) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) Plane #74 under
					Lend-Lease May/June 1943.  Missing during flight to Dinjan, China Jan 6, 1945 due to suspected bad weather.
				23430 (MSN 9292) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943.  To China Jun 6, 1943
				23431 (MSN 9293) to USAAF Mar 29, 1943.  To USSR Apr 28, 1943
				23432 (MSN 9294) to USAAF Mar 28, 1943.  To USSR Apr 28, 1943
				23433 (MSN 9295) to USAAF Mar 27 1943.  To USSR  Apr 21, 1943. W/o 09 Jun 1943 near Magadan Airport (GDX) (Russia) 
					when the airplane departed Magadan following maintenance there. It crashed on the bank of the River Dukcha. 
					The horizontal stabilizer trim was cross-connected during maintenance.
				23434 (MSN 9296) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943.  To USSR Apr 29, 1943
				23435 (MSN 9297) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943.  To USSR Apr 23, 1943
				23436 (MSN 9298) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943.  To USSR Apr 28, 1943
				23437 (MSN 9299) to USAAF Mar 29, 1943.  To USSR Apr 28, 1943.  Also reported as flown with Australian radio call
					sign VHCDY.
				23438 (MSN 9300) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To USSR Apr 29, 1943
				23439 (MSN 9301) to USSR Apr 29, 1943
				23440 (MSN 9302) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To USSR Apr 29, 1943.  Crashed May 29, 1943 into mountain in SW corner of Chukotica
					6 km N of village Redkin.  3 killed.
				23441 (MSN 9303) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Mar 30, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12413
				23442 (MSN 9304) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Apr 1, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12414.
				23443 (MSN 9305) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To US Navy Apr 1, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12415
				23444 (MSN 9306) to USAAF Apr 2, 1943.  To US Navy Apr 2, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12416
				23445 (MSN 9307) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD839 Jul 1, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					216 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Turkey Jul 25, 1946.  To Turk Hava Yollari as TC-EFE Jan 14, 1958.
					Crashed at Bandirma Airport, Turkey Jun 28, 1962
				23446 (MSN 9308) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD840 Jul 1, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF.  
					267 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.  To Iran Air as EP-ACL.  W/o Apr 25, 1959	
					when crashed on takeoff from Sanandaj Airport near Kerman, Iran
				23447 (MSN 9309) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD841 Apr 23, 1943.  
					267 Sqdn RAF.  1 MECCU RAF, 1330 CU RAF, 44 Sqdn SAAF.  1330 CU RAF.  Transferred to 
					Indian AF as VP923 Nov 28, 1946
				23448 (MSN 9310) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD842 Apr 22, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to owner in
					Turkey Nov 28, 1946.  By 1955 was TC-EKE of Devlet Hava Yollari. To Stan Air Jan 22, 1971 as N167896.  
					Later to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C2122, RP-C2122.  Derelict at Manila Feb 1981 to Mar 1983.
				23449 (MSN 9311) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD843 Apr 24, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF
					194 Sqdn RAF, 14 FU RAF.  Crashed near Maungdaw airfield, Burma Jun 21, 1945.
				23450 (MSN 9312) to USAAF Apr 2, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD844 Apr 23, 1943.  
					31 Sqdn RAF, 436 Sqdn RAF, 353 Sqdn RAF, 52 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian
					government Jan 30, 1947
				23451 (MSN 9313) To USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD845 Apr 25, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.  To FLC Payne Field Dec 31, 1946. 
				23452 (MSN 9314) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD846 Apr 24, 1943.
					62nd Sqdn RAF.  Crashed on takeoff Chandina, Italy Apr 20, 1944
				23453 (MSN 9315) To USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD847 Apr 23, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF,
					117 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23454 (MSN 9316) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD848 Apr 26, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.  
					DBR when swung on takeoff and struck another aircraft, Bari, Italy Mar 10, 1944
				23455 (MSN 9317) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD849 Apr 22, 1943  267 Sqdn RAF.
					216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  By 1955 was TC-EFE of Devlet Hava Yollari.
					W/o at Bandirma, Turkey Jun 28, 1962.
				23456 (MSN 9318) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD850 Apr 26, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.  
					Flew into hill 4 mi W of Foggia, Italy during snowstorm Mar 25, 1944
				23457 (MSN 9319) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD851 Apr 26, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				23458 (MSN 9320) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943. To RAF as Dakota III FD852 Apr 23, 2943.  267 Sqdn RAf.
					216 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.   Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  To VT-CGM Bharat AfW "Sarang" 
					Oct 2, 1946.   W/o 18 Apr 1950 at Calcutta, India
				23459 (MSN 9321) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD853 Apr 26, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					216 Sqdn RAF. Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  To EP-AAH Iranian A/W Apr 5, 1947 (by TWA)-- 
					To Saudi Arabian Airlines May 1948
				23460 (MSN 9322) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD854 Apr 28, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					353 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
				23461 (MSN 9323) to USAAF Apr 2, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD855 Apr 22, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				23462 (MSN 9324) to USAAF Apr 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD856 Apr 19, 1943.  426 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian AF as MA963 Sep 25, 1947
				23463 (MSN 9325) to USAAF Apr 2, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD857 Apr 23, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian government as IAF VP902 Oct 26, 1947.  To Pakistan AF Jan 1948.
				23464 (MSN 9326) to USAAF Apr 2, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD858 Apr 23, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					36 Sp Ferry Flight RAF.  Sold to Indian government Sep 25, 1947.  To VP902 with
					Hindustan Aircraft Co Sep 26 1947.  To Pakistan AF Jan 1948.
				23465 (MSN 9327) Delivered to USAAF 2Apr43; Oran, Algeria 15May43; 12th AF; 12th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 60th Troop Carrier Group, Brindisi, Italy; damaged taxying at Brindisi 
					16Sep44; condemned 27Apr45; Yugoslav AF / Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV)
					 Aug45 as 7301; crashed near Ljubovija; repaired
				23466 (MSN 9328) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  . Oran, Algeria 24May43. 47th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					313th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Castelvetrano, Sicily. Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484) 16Feb44. 
					Headquarters Squadron, Ninth Air Force, Orly (A-47), Paris, France. Accident taking off at Frankfurt/Eschborn (Y-74), Germany 18Sep45.
					Condemned Jan 28, 1947, salvage
				23467 (MSN 9329) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  Oran May 18, 1943.  1sth AF.  Condemned Sep 21, 1943, salvage
				23468 (MSN 9330) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  Oran Aug 14, 1943.  Caribbean Wing ATC.  Condemned Oct 18, 1945, salvage
				23469 (MSN 9331) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  Clinton County Field, Wilmington, OH. Equipped with a glider retrieval assembly. 
					Oran, Algeria 20May43. 12th Troop Carrier Squadron [U5*K], 60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Pomigliano, Italy. 
					The aircraft was transporting troops of the 347th Infantry Regiment from Cherbourg, Normandy to Italy via Lyon, France. The aircraft hit 
					the top of a hill in dense fog attempting a force landing, crashed, exploded and burned near Tournon-sur-Rhône, 15km NW of Valence, France 31Oct44 [4KIA
				23470 (MSN 9332) to USAAF Apr 5, 1943.  Karachi May 31, 1943.  Crashed Jun 2, 1945, Asia.
				23471 (MSN 9333) To USAAF Apr 1943.
				23472 (MSN 9334) to USAAF Apr 5, 1943.  12th AF, Oran, Algeria May 22, 1943.  excessed in Cairo Jul 14, 1945.  
					Sold to Pan African Air Charter Ltd and registered as ZS-AVO Apr 19, 1946. Bought by Union of
					Burma NW and registered Apr 26, 1950 as XY-ACU.  In 1950 was bought by
					Judoslovenski Aero Transport and registered YU-ACD.  Yemen Arab
					Air Lines bought and registered Jun 23, 1969 as 4W-ABI.  Crashed in icing
					conditions Sep 16, 1971 at Presevo, Yugoslavia.  All 5 onboard killed.
				23473 (MSN 9335) to USAAF Apr 3, 1943.  Oran May 23, 1943.  MIA Sep 2, 1944 at Vocin, Yugoslavia 
				23474 (MSN 9336) delivered to USAAF April 05, 1943. Oran, Algeria 28May43. Ninth Air Force 31Mar44. 
					48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire. Transported supplies for the 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 314th Transport Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, 
					Eighth Air Force, Biggin Hill (Station 343). Damaged in collision with parked C-47A ? 42-92733 while taxying at RAF Biggin Hill 22Aug45.
					Served with the 9th AF until April 02, 1948 when went to France as F-BFGA 
					for Aigle-Azur, later Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient in 1955. Next Sept. 08, 1959 
					to Armee del'Air (France) as #23474. June 1961 back as F-RHRA, April 1964 
					to F-SDLZ, October 1964 to F-SDMB (these being French AF radio callsigns).
					In Nov. 1972 to F-BRGO for Soc Pradier.  Registered May 1976 to Helicopteres 
					Buzzichelli (Hemet Blaghac). Became F0OCKH. Then in 1980 registered as F-BVJH to Hemet 
					Explorations of Toulouse.  Became EC-530 (a Spanish temporary registration)
					July 30, 1990 registered as EC-FAH to Transporte Aero d Mercania (Aero Market Express) 
					in Majorca, Spain. Uncontained engine failure immediately after lifting off 
					the runway. The aircraft crashed and was destroyed on March 08, 1993 at 
					Palma, de Mallorca, 2 fatal crew on this cargo flight
				23475 (MSN 9337) To USAAF Apr 5, 1943.  Oran May 20, 1943.  Returned to USA Sep 15, 1943.  To RFC Oct 29, 1945.
				23476 (MSN 9338) to USAAF Apr 6, 1943.  Oran May 19, 1943.  9th AF.  To Czech AF May 31, 1946.
				23477 (MSN 9339) to USAAF Apr 5, 1943.  Oran May 20, 1943.  (th AF Aug 6, 1944.  Netherlands/Belgium.
					To France as F-BEFC for Aigle-Azur, next to Svc 
					Imperial de Liaisons Aeriennes (Vietnamese Government, also Societe Indochin 
					de Liaisons) as F-VNAD, destroyed July 30, 1953 at Hanoi, Vietnam while being used by 
					Svc Imperial de Liaisons Aeriennes.  
				23478 (MSN 9340) to USAAF Apr 6, 1943.  Oran May 20, 1943.  SOC Cairo Jul 14, 1946.
					By 1955 was TC-ANA of Devlet Hava Yollari.  MTA Havadan Prospeksiyon, Esenboga
				23479 (MSN 9341) to USAAF Apr 7, 1943.  UK May 25, 1943.  8th AF.
					W/o 17 Sep 1943 at Great Bircham, UK; condemned Oct 31, 1944
				23480 (MSN 9342) to USAAF Apr 6, 1943.  9th AF, Europe May 22, 1943. To Czech AF Jan 23, 1947.  
					To OK-WDG CSA 1947.  To 23480 with French AF with radio callsign F-SCDC GLA 45 Dec 1961 
					BA 701 "FTEBJ" Oct 1963 - GTLA Feb 1960 "FRAJM" Jun 1966 - French
					Navy "FYFLY" Dec 8, 1970 - Noumea, N Caledonia "FYCIB" - N16896 Intl Air Ltd 1973 ntu - A Leconte, 
					Noumea 04Jul73 - N77777 Intl Air Ltd Jan75 - N95AC registered but ntu - N23BA Bird & Sons Inc, Oakland,
					CA Sep 5, 1975.  Groupe de Liaison Aérienne 45 Dec61, radio call sign F-SCDC; Base Aérienne 701, 
					Salon-de-Provence Oct63, radio call sign F-TEBJ; Groupe Aérien d'Entraînement et de Liaison 2/60, 
					Villacoublay, Paris Jun66, radio call sign F-RAJM; Aéronavale / French Naval Aviation 8Dec70, 
					radio call sign F-YFLY; Noumea, New Caledonia, , radio call sign F-YCIB; Colgair Inc/Stanair Corporation; 
					Registered N16896 1973; A Leconte, Noumea 4Jul73; International Air Ltd; 
					Registered N77777 Jan75; South East Asia Air Transport [SEAAT has been identifed as a CIA 
					cover or was one of their proprietary air carriers]; Registered N95AC; Bird & Sons Inc, 
					Oakland, CA; Registered N23BA 5Sep75, cancelled 7Feb13; Scrapped Bangkok, Thailand
				23481 (MSN 9343) to USAAF Apr 6, 1943.  Cairo, Egypt 14May43. Oran, Algeria 23May43. 60th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Twelfth Air Force, Thiersville, Algeria May43. El Djem, Tunisia Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute 
					Brigade, the ‘Red Devils’, to a drop zone near the Primosole bridge, Sicily on Operation ‘Fustian’ 13Jul43. Shot down Jul 13, 1943 by 
					enemy ground fire and crashed in the sea off Sicily. Condemned 18Jul43.
				23482 (MSN 9344) to USAAF Apr 7, 1943.  Cairo May 21, 1943.  9th AF.  To Spain Jul 24, 1946 -- 
					EC-AEJ Iberia "46" Apr 13, 1949.  Broken up Nov 1973 Madrid
				23483 (MSN 9345) to USAAF Apr 6, 1943.  Cairo May 20, 1943.  excl Nov 30, 1945
				23484 (MSN 9346) to USAAF Apr 6, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG, 13th TS May 24, 1943.  Excl May 11, 1946
				23485 (MSN 9347) to USAAF Apr 7, 1943. 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 26 Barbara Ann May 12, 1943
					flown with Australian radio callsign VHCGC.  to 5th AF SercomDep Dec 20, 1943.  
					Condemned Sep 16, 1945.  
				23486 (MSN 9348) to USAAF Apr 7, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 59 The Zephyr
					May 18, 1943.  Flown with Australian radio callsign VHCGD.  While taxying 41-38269 hit
					42-23486 at Tami, New Guinea Mat 1944.  Both repairedl.  Salvaged Feb 2, 1945 San Bernardino, CA
				23487 (MSN 9349, 174th TCG) to USAAF Apr 7, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG May 17, 1943.  
					5th AF 374th TCG 33r TCS as Shak Trooper.  Lost Feb 2, 1944, Milne Bay, New Guinea.  MACR 2049
				23488 (MSN 9350) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943 - 5th AF 317th CGF, 39th TCS at Brisbane "Ready Willing and Able" 
					May 24, 1943.  Damaged by strafing at Gusap, New guineaNov 6, 1943.  Repaired  Flown with Australian
					callsign of "VHCGF" .  Struck drum while taxiing Sep 7, 1944, repaired.
					Tacloban Jul 31, 1946 - VH-AXM MAerobertson Miller A/L "Fltzroy" May 11, 1947 - VH-BXM 
					registered Nov 26, 1948 -- VH-MME reregistered Dec 14, 1948 - Crashed Jul 2, 1949 Guildford, Australia.
					The plane rose to 600 ft. then nosed down and crashed into a housing camp south of Guildford 
					shortly after taking off. Caused by a stall attributed to improper loading of the DC-3 which 
					resulted in its center of gravity being beyond the permissible limit.  All 18 onboard killed.
				23489 (MSN 9351) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 76 Miss Priss May 12, 1943.
					Flown with Australian radio callsign of VHCGB.  salvaged Apr 7, 1945, San Bernardino, CA
				23490 (MSN 9352) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 78  Sara Anne 24May43  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGG.  Truck struck a/c while parked Finschhafen 24Apr44, repaired. 
					Struck bulldozer at Floridabanca and burned 12May45  
				23491 (MSN 9353) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 77 Flying Box Car Burma Girl 18May43. 
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as 431 05Sep43 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGE.  Damaged in raid 
					on Gusap NG 15Nov43.  To 66th SerSqn 15Nov43 and returned to service with 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 
					303 Jan44. Struck by jeep 04Jan44.  Blew tire on take off causing ground loop 07Jan44. 
					To SerSqn for repair.   WFU 14May46
				23492 (MSN 9354) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943. Oran, Algeria 21May43. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*A; Nose #41], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, North Africa, Guercif, French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone at Sicily on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43. Hit by ground fire, 
					probably in a parapack carrying ammunition or explosives, the aircraft exploded in flight and crashed into 
					Gulf of Gela at Sicily  Jul 10, 1943 three miles inland near Vittoria [4KIA].   MACR 769. 
				23493 (MSN 9355) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943.  original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS and flown 
					to Australia by them 16Jul43,  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43.
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.   5th AF 433rd TCG 66th TCS   
					Struck by 2nd CCG C-46 taking off Dulag Leyete PI 22Jan45, repaired by 392nd Serv Sqn   
					To Philippine AF Jun 21, 1946
				23494 (MSN 9356) to USAAF Apr 8, 1945.  To RFC May 31, 1946
				23495 (MSN 9357) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943.  To US Navy as BuNo 12417 Apr 8, 1943
				23496 (MSN 9358) to USAAF Apr 8, 1943.  To US Navy as BuNo 12418 Apr 8, 1943.
				23497 (MSN 9359) original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS and flown to Australia 
					by them 21Jul43.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43.  5th AF 403rd TCG 
					65th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43 gust of wind lifted left wing causing aircraft 
					to swerve and hit windsock damaging wing 02Dec43.  Flown back to base and repaired to US Marine Corps 
					as R4D-5 BuNo 12419.
				23498 (MSN 9360) to USAAF Apr 9, 1943.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS and flown to Australia 
					by them 21Jul43.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 208 05Sep43 
					Ground looped landing at Gusap NG trying to avoid a ditch at the end on the runway 27Oct43.  DBR Nov 1, 1943
				23499 (MSN 9361) to USAAF Apr 9, 1943.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS and flown to 
					Australia by them 21Jul43 dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 202 05Sep43. 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43 
					Left wing tip hit tree taxiing at Nadzab No. 2 13Jan44, repaired
				23500 (MSN 9362) to USAAF Apr 9, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS as "Windy City" 27Jun43.  brakes failed taxiing 
					ran into ditch Nov43, repaired.  Struck by truck.  crashed into
					Owen Stanley Mountains, New Guinea Dec 23, 1943.  MACR 2081.  6 killed.
				23501 (MSN 9363) to USAAF Apr 12, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 20May43. Ninth Air Force 20Feb44. 14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483); named ‘Snake’. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW 
					of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45.
					In the early hours of the morning of 13Apr45, someone carelessly discharged a .30-caliber carbine slug into the wing tank of 
					the aircraft. It couldn’t be proven but it was generally thought that an alien disturbance or sound moved a jittery guard into action. 
					The aircraft featured in a photographic account of routine freight hauling into Germany by the Public Relations office 
					April 24, 1945. It flew a supply flight into Meresburg (R-31), Germany and then on to Gotha (R-4), Germany where it picked up 
					liberated British P.O.W.’s, and ferried them to Brussels  FLC Nov 30, 1948.  To Turkish AF Jan 21, 1949 as 42-6049
				23502 (MSN 9364) to USAAF Apr 10, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS Jun 30, 1943.  Taxied into
					unmarked gun emplacement at Nadzab Nov 20, 1943. 
				23503 (MSN 9365) to USAaF Apr 15, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 21May43. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [4C*K; Nose #10], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing 
					Castelvetrano 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales to Cottesmore, 
					Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division
					to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44.  Returned to USA
					Sep 2, 1944.  Crashed 4000 feet below summit of Pike's Peak, CO Oct 14, 1947.
					3 killed, 4 survived with major injuries.
				23504 (MSN 9366) to USAAF Apr 12, 1943.  Oran May 21, 1943. 8th AF.  Condemned Aug 6, 1944
				23505 (MSN 9367) to USAAF Apr 12, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 21May43. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*J; Nose #50], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone at Sicily on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43 and on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43. 
					Twelfth Air Force 22Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Oran, Algeria; Gibraltar; 
					St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église,
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on 
					Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44; hit by flak but returned safely to Cottesmore [1WIA]. Transported paratroopers of the 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. 857th Bomb Squadron [N*K], 492nd Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, 
					Harrington (Station 179) Dec44-Jan45. Used for ‘Carpetbagger’ operations. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489). TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. 
					Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, 
					three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. 
					9th AF Div Sep 18, 1946 - OK-WCS CSA 1948 - OK-WAB reregistered.
				23506 (MSN 9368) to USAAF Apr 12, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 20May43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Guercif, French Morocco 29May43. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 376th Field Artillery Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone at 
					Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43.  Shot down near Scoglitti, Sicily by friendly fire from the US Navy Jul 11, 1943 and crashed 3 mi NW of
					Gela, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  7 KIA.  MACR 768
				23507 (MSN 9369) to USAAF Apr 12, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 20May43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #77], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Damaged taxying at Borizzo 8Jan44. 
					Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force.
					OK-WBX Svitlet (Bata Shoe) CSA Sep 18, 1946 - 23507 French AF 
					Mar 1, 1960 - GLA 49 Aug 1961 - ELA 56 "FSCOA" May 1964 - CIESS 343 "FSDKF"? Jun 1966 - GAMOM 
					50 "FSCIH" Apr 1968 Burundi AF Nov 18, 1969 - 9U-BAB STAB Nov 1969 wfu. OK-WBX Bata to Min. of 
					Transport. 9U-BAB still registered to Air Burundi.
				23508 (MSN 9370) to USAAF Apr 12, 1943. Oran, Algeria 25May43. 28th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Thiersville, Algeria May43. El Djem, Tunisia Jun43. Gela, Sicily c30Aug43.  
					Crashed Oct 15, 1943 during takeoff from Gela, Sicily, Italy with elevator gust locks still in place.
				23509 (MSN 9371) to USAAF Apr 13, 1943 being assigned to Oran, Algeria, on 29th of May, that same year. 
					It served with the US 8th AF from Mar 12, 1944 until Sep 23, 1946. Bought by Czechoslovakian Ministry of 
					Defense December 1950.  Registered OK-VAV then D-05 for the Czech AF. In 1960 to French AF 
					as '23509'.  Stayed with French AF until 1973 and used various call signs such as FRAJN, FRAJR and FTEFK.   
					In 1973 transferred to Rousseau Aviation and registered F-WSGY.  Apr 13, 1974 reg. N18262 for export and 
					ferry to Canada. Apr 13, 1974 registered C-GWIR to R. Caruthers.  Next to Aero Traders Western, 1976 back to 
					Caruthers. Purchased by Alberta Northern Airlines Ltd in 1978. They used the DC-3 as an advertising platform 
					outfitted with a huge electronic billboard under it's wing. Later in 1978 bought by Alberta Northern Leasing 
					and leased by Northwest Territorial Air.  Bought by Buffalo Airways Ltd  Dec 1981. Leased back to Northwest 
					Territorial Airways Apr 1982. Returned to Buffalo at a unknown date. Aug 19, 2013 sustained damage in a 
					forced landing Yellowknife Airport, NT (YZF), Canada. after a stbd engine fire on take-off.
				23510 (MSN 9372) to USAAF Apr 13, 1943.  Oran May 21, 1943. 12th AF 64th TCG lost May 23, 1944 in India.  MACR 4441
				23511 (MSN 9373) to USAAF Apr 13, 1943.  Oran May 21, 1943.  Netherlands/Belgium.  WFU.  To OK-WDH CSA 1947
				23512 (MSN 9374) to USAAF Apr 13, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG, 63rd TCS crashed near Red Springs, NC Jun 6, 1943 
					while trying to land in thunderstorm.  20 killed.
				23513 (MSN 9375) to USAAF Apr 15, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 21May43. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, North Africa. Enfidaville, Tunisia 21Jun43. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43.   Battle damaged, one killed.
				23514 (MSN 9376) to USAAF Apr 16, 1943.  Oran May 21, 1943.  Condemned Jul 26 1943
				23515 (MSN 9377) to USAAF Apr 15, 1943.  Oran May 24, 1943.  12th AF MIA at Vis Island, Italy Jul 15, 1943
				23516 (MSN 9378) to USAAF Apr 17, 1943.  Oran May 22, 1943.. Returned to USA Sep 20, 1945.  To civil registry 
					as NC50804 with Kansas City Southern Skyways.  Crashed during icing conditions
					near Walshville, Illinois Dec 28, 1946 on cargo flight after both engines failed, possibly due to fuel
					exhaustion.  2 killed.
				23517 (MSN 9379) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.. Oran May 24, 1943.  12th AF Apr 16, 1946.  Germany
					12th AF 60th TCG Jan 1, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 42-6061 Mar 4, 1949
				23518 (MSN 9380) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  5/14/43: Ferried to Oran, Algeria.  
					5/19/43: To 11th Troop Carrier Squadron, 60th Troop Carrier Group, initially at Theirsville, Algeria, Ghris Airfield. 
					7/9/43: Towed a British Glider From El Djem strip B for Operation Ladbroke to Syrecusa, south east tip of Sicily. 
					7/13/43: Dropped British paratroopers for Operation Fustain at Catania, Sicily. 
					Continued to operate out of Italy and Sicily throughout the war.  
					3/44: Supported operations into Yugoslavia. Operations included; dropping supplies, transporting wounded 
					partisans, inserting and extracting Joes, dropping of propaganda leaflets and even inserted mules with riders. 
					5/13/45: Began ferrying back to USA via Trinidad and Brazil, landing at Morrison Army Air Field, West Palm 
					Beach, FL on 9/23/45. 10/29/45: To RFC, Bush Army Air Field, GA. to War Assetts Admininistration Feb 15, 1946 
					Contracted to American Air Express for work on the airframe. Removed all the military equipment such as 
					static lines, litter supports, parapac equipment and outside army stowage fittings. - NC53426 Glen H McNew 
					Coral Gables, FL, Jun 10, 1947 (poss. t/a American Air Express) - cancelled Jun 1, 1948.  6/48: To Sociedad 
					Aeronautica Medellin S. A.(SAM), Colombia, with c/r HK-505- N3938C Howard J Korth, Miami Springs, FL Aug 3, 1951 -
					Wings Inc Aug 18, 1951 - New York Airways Corp Feb 4, 1952 - Reregistered N66W May 16, 1952 - 
					Wings Inc 0ct 31, 1952 -- Hoover Vacuum Co, North Canton, OH Nov 3, 1952 - Reregistered N5V Nov 2, 1952 - 
					Ohio Aviation, Vandalia, OH 0ct 27, 1967 - 
					Reregistered N5144 Nov 20, 1967 - Jack Adams Aircraft Sales Feb 19, 1968 - Reregistered N514X Aug 12, 1968 -
					Radcliffe Investment Co. Aug 16, 1968 - In Apr 1969 outfitted with Beechcaft air conditioner, APU, Stereo, and
					TV.  Keystone Acft Sales Jun 1, 1971 - Mid-American Housing Inc Sep 1, 1971 -  Inflight engine fire led to
					gear up landing at New Braunfels, TX Oct 11, 1971, incurring substantial damage.
					Tradewinds Aircraft Supply Co Nov 18, 1971 - T C & E Realty Inc and Luther and McDuff Jul 11, 1972 -
					Rio Airways Inc and Luther and McDuff Nov 6, 1973 - Rio Airways Inc ~ John B McDuff 0ct 10, 1975 - R E
					Pockrus, Port Isabel, TX Jul 31, 1979 - Master Gerald Inc, Port Isabel, TX Sep 7, 1979 - 
					ADA Industrial Building Corp. bought 0ct 2, 1979 - 
					Reregistered N53ST Apr 4, 1980 - To ADA Aircraft Museum Inc, Oklahoma City, bought May 30, 1984 - 
					later at Liberal Air Museum, KS - Birmingham Electric Battery Co, Birmingham, AL bought Dec 3, 1992.
					9/15/93: Weisner Inc, Englewood, CO.  7/97: C.B. Air, Englewood, CO (registered N53ST 3/24/98).
					8/15/98: Air Care International Inc, Goleta, CA.  UNK: Prescott Precision Die Inc, Prescott, AZ. 
					11/30/99: Prescott DC3 Inc, Prescott, AZ.  UNK: To Commemorative Air Force—Arizona Wing, Falcon Field, Phoenix, AZ. 
					8/24/15: American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Dallas, TX. 
					2/5/16: reregistered N147AZ.
				23519 (MSN 9381) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran May 19, 1943.  SOC Cairo Jul 14, 1945.  To NC3519 with TWA 
					Apr 24, 1946.  To Saudi Arabian Airlines May 1948
				23520 (MSN 9382) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  . Oran, Algeria 5Jun43. 35th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Ciampino, Rome, Italy. Fatal crash Italy 2May44.  MACR 4529.
					Conflict:
					2nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 443rd Troop Carrier Group, Tenth Air Force, Sylhet, India. Disappeared during a monsoon 
					over the Himalayas 2May44; wreckage found weeks later on Digboi Mountain, Burma.
					Conflict:
					Records also say that plane was converted to EC-47N from RC-47N and turned over to Vietnam AF in early 1972.  
				23521 (MSN 9383) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Oran May 17, 1943.  With 12th AF crashed Oct 24, 1943
				23522 (MSN 9384) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 24May43. 12th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #62], 
					60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Thiersville, Algeria May43. El Djem, Tunisia Jun43. Transported paratroopers 
					of the British 1st Parachute Brigade, the ‘Red Devils’, to a drop zone near the Primosole bridge, Sicily on Operation ‘Fustian’ 13Jul43. 
					With 12th AF, 60th TCG, 12th TCS shot down by small arms fire 10 mi S of Catania, Sicily, 
					Italy Jul 13, 1943. 4 KIA.  MACR 1237. 
				23523 (MSN 9385) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 18May43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #65], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 
					12Feb44. Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					22nd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Eighth Air Force, 
					Chalgrove (Station 465). Damaged in collision with a parked Lockheed P-38 while taxying at Schweinfurt (R-25), Germany 18Jul45.
  					9th AF.  WFU Sep 23, 1946.  To OK-WDZ of Czechoslovak State Airlines in 1947.  
					W/o 18 Jan 1956 mountain "Škapová", 13 km Levo?a, district Prešov. Slovak. Flight Bratislava to Poprad, 
					22 fatalities from the 26 people on board.
				23524 (MSN 9386) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran May 23, 1943.  12th AF Sep 30, 1943.  Salvaged Oct 28, 1944, Italy
				23525 (MSN 9387) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran May 19, 1943  Returned to USA Sep 21, 1945.  To RFC Oct 19, 1945.
				23526 (MSN 9388) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran May 24, 1943.  Returned to USA Sep 25, 1945.  To RFC Oct 11, 1945. 
					To C-68 LANSA, Colombia.  Crashed on unknown date
				23527 (MSN 9389) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 25May43. 7th Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force
					Crashed after midair collision with C-47 ? 41-18446 and ? 42-92992  14 May 1944 at Gaudo, Italy.  5 killed.
				23528 (MSN 9390) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran May 22, 1943.  Returned to USA Sep 22, 945.  To RFC 22 Sep 1945
				23529 (MSN 9391) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran, Algeria May43. 47th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					313th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Castelvetrano, Sicily. Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484) 16Feb44. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of 
					Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44.
					SOC 17 Sep 1945
				23530 (MSN 9392) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Orqn Jun 17, 1943.  Returned to USA Sep 24, 1945.  To RFC 5 Nov 1945; 
					became N68598.  by 1953 was N68588 of Continental Airlines.
					To N91233 of Allegheny Airlines Jul 8, 1953.  To N153A.  Wfu 1967
				23531 (MSN 9393) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  Oran May 20, 1943.  Returned to USA Sep 22, 1945.  To RFC 11 Oct 1945
				23532 (MSN 9394) to USAAF Apr 21, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS Jun 27, 1943.  Struck by truck Nov 1943, repaired.
					Struck telephone pole raxiing Nov 1943, repaired.  Struck air pocket in flight and dipped wingtip into
					water Jan 1944, returned to base and was repaired.  WFU 30 Jul 1946; to N79042; w/o 12 Jun 1948 at Elroy, AZ
				23533 (MSN 9395) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG Jul 1, 1943.  Damaged taxiing Ward's Drome
					New Guinea Mar 25, 1944, repaired.  FLC Tacloban Nov 2, 1946.  became N1534V.  To CF-GKZ Oct 19, 1951 of 
					Maritime Central Airlines, Ltd.  To N1348 Feb 29, 1968.  To C-FGKZ Jun 16 1970.  WFU Apr 1981l
					To N1348 on 29 Feb 1968; to C-FGKZ on 16 Jun 1970; wfu Apr 1981
				23534 (MSN 9396) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS Jun 27, 1943.   Veered right on takeoff at
					Dobodura astrip and crashed into parked 41-18628 and both aircraft caught fire and burned out 10 Aug 1943
				23535 (MSN 9397) to USAAF Apr 21, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG 13th TCS May 26, 1943.  Flown with Australian radio 
					c/s VHCDJ.  FLC Manila Jan 23, 1947.  To PI-C127 with Philippine Air Lines
					on 3 Feb 1947; to N94597 with Bill Wold Agencies on 30 Apr 1955; to CF-INE with Assoc Airways Ltd 
					on 8 Dec 1955; to Pacific Western warlines Alberta Ltd Dec 10, 1956.  Reregistered CF-PWC  on 13 Aug 1957; 
					to N345A Concare Aircraft Leasing Corp on 21 Dec 1967; Aspen Airways Inc, Aspen,CO US bought 08Jan68 Fairbanks 
					Air Service 1972 Air Sunshine 1974 Aircraft Modifications Inc, Miami, FL US 1976.
					Reregistered N76KW on 28 Jan 1972; Delmar Assocs Inc, La Jolla, CA US Air Sunshine L Air Florida leased Jul78 
					Air Florida Sunshine Subs Sep79. Scheerer Air Inc, W Palm Beach, FL US registered 12Dec79. 
					Robertson Air delivered14Dec79- L B Hughes, Baytown, TX US Air Texana L. AAT Airlines boutht lONov80 
					No engines Feb83 Pro-Air.  Current 2011
				23536 (MSN 9398) to USAAF 20Apr43.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS 24Jul43 flown to Australia 
					by them 21Jul43 dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43. 5th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS 
					on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.   5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS WFU 25Oct45  
				23537 (MSN 9399) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG Jun 27, 1943, flown with Australian radio c/s VHPAI; 
					Damaged while parked at Ward's Drome, New Guinea Feb 24, 1944, repaired.  To Netherlands Navy as Q-9; 
					reserialled as W-9; to Indonesian AF
42-23538/23580		Douglas C-47A-25-DL
				MSN 9400/9442
				23538 (MSN 9400) to USAAF Jul 2, 1943.  Douglas Sep 16, 1943.  North Atlantic Wing ATC Dec 16, 1943.
					USA Jn 16, 1946.  Atlantic Wing ATC. SOC 14 Jul 1948
				23539 (MSN 9401) to USAAF Apr 17, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Apr 17, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12421
				23540 (MSN 9402) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Apr 19, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12422
				23541 (MSN 9403) to USAAF Apr 10, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Apr 10, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12423
				23542 (MSN 9404) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Apr 19, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12424
				23543 (MSN 9405) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD859 May 7, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.  
					Flew into mountain 31 mi E of Kohima May 13, 1944.
				23544 (MSN 9406) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD860 May 24, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGHK Jun 1, 
					1943.  W/o Apr 17, 1946 during attempted single-engine landing at Oviedo, Spain.
				23545 (MSN 9407) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD861 May 7, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGHL Jun 14, 1943.
					To BEA with name "Lanoe Hawker". Registration cancelled Apr 5, 1960
					on sale to owner in Ghana as 9G-AAF Apr 5, 1960.  w/o 24 Apr 1969 at Takoradi, Ghana
				23546 (MSN 9408) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD862 May 7, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGHP.
					Aug 25, 1943.  Became VR-HDO on Hong Kong registry but NTU, returned to G-AGHP, transferred to BEA and named
					"Bert Hinkler".  Crashed at Chatenoy, France May 16, 1958 after
					port wing failed during cargo flight from London to Rome via Nice.  All 3 crew killed.
				23547 (MSN 9409) to USAAF Apr 19, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD863 May 10, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					DBR when bellylanded at Bari, Italy Dec 27, 1944.
				23548 (MSN 9410) to USAAF Apr 27, 1943. To RAF as Dakota III FD864 May 7, 1943. 24 Sqdn RAF,
					512 Sqdn RAF, 1314 Flt RAF SF Lagens, 1382 CU RAF, 1333 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Dec 26, 1946.  
					Went to KLM as PH-TCY Dec 19, 1946.  reregistered PH-DAC May 6, 1954.  To JZ-PDC Jan 19, 1956.
					To KLM as PH-DAC Jul 13, 1963 - Schreiner Aerocontractors NV Jul 15, 1963 hreiner AfW - KLM 
					Oct 30, 1967 - To 00-VDF with Delta Air, Antwerp Dec 18, 1967 - To N6907 Dec 18, 1972 -
					Tansvaal Corp, Miami, FL Oct 19, 1973 - U L Drew t/a Lprivi AfW 1979 - African Air Carriers 
					(Apr 1981).  Wfu Apr 13, 1989
				23549 (MSN 9411) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD865 May 10, 1943.  
					267 Sqdn RAF.  Flew into high ground near Naples, Italy Sep 19, 1944
				23550 (MSN 9412) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD866 May 13, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					Flew into hill in cloud 12 mi SE of Mostaganem, Algeria Jun 3, 1944
				23551 (MSN 9413) to USAAF Apr 20, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD867 May 7, 1943, then to BOAC as G-AGHJ.
					Sold to Iraqi Airways as YI-GHJ, then back to BOAC as G-AGHJ
					and transferred to BEA with name "Albert Ball".  To Jersey Airlines, Autair, Libyan Aviation Leasing.
					WFU at Beirut Aug 1, 1965.
				23552 (MSN 9414) to USAAF Apr 21, 1943.  To RAF as FD868 May 7, 1943.  To civil market as G-AGHN Jul 29, 1943, 
					then VH-BZB with J Jamieson t/a Guinea Air Traders Nov 21, 1949.  To Ansett AAV "Ansertes" Aug 19, 1950.  
					To Thai Airways in Oct 1958 as HS-TDF.  To Thai AF Apr 1973 as 9414.  WFU.  Preserved at National
					Science Center for Education, Thailand
				23553 (MSN 9415) to USAF Apr 22, 1943.  to RCAF Apr 29, 1943 as Dakota 653.  164 T Sqn RCAF, Moncton, New Brunswick.
					165 T Sqn RCAF, Sea Island, BC.  168 HT Sqn RCAF, UK.  412 T Sqn RCAF.  102 C&R Flt RCAF, Trenton, Ontario.
					Renumbered 12937 in 1970. St Mountview Maintenance Depot 1979 - 429 Sq CFB Winnipeg (1980). - Stored Calgary. 1
					2937 CAF to 402 ARS Jan85 - withdrawn Mar89. To N400BF Flemming Corp, Nashua, NH Aug 9, 1991. 
					Delivered to Basler Airlines Aug 14, 1991. To Basler Flight Service Inc, Oshkosh, WI Mar 17, 1992.
				23554 (MSN 9416) to USAAF Apr 22, 1944.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) Jun 25, 1943.
					Crashed into valley during flight from Dinjan to Kunming, China Feb 20, 1944.
					Two occupants killed.
				23555 (MSN 9417) to USAAF Apr 2, 1943.  to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under Lend-Lease
					Jul 4, 1943.
				23556 (MSN 9418) to USAAF Apr 21, 1943.  To RNZAF May 20, 1943 as NZ3502. BOC Unit 19 Whenuapai.  
					To No.40 Squadron, Whenuapai.  SOC Woodbourne 20 May 1948, Disp. No.147. Broken up May 1948 Woodbourne.  
					Sold 13Nov50 at Woodbourne by Airwork NZ Ltd and fuselage sold Metal Smelters Ltd  	
				23557 (MSN 9419) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To RNZAF May 21, 1943 as NZ3504.  BOC Unit 19 Whenuapai.  
					To No.40 Squadron, Whenuapai.  To instructional airframe INST111 at Hobsonville. Declared surplus SR3930.  
					Broken up 1952 Hobsonville, New Zealand
				23558 (MSN 9420) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To RNZAF May 20, 1943 as NZ3503. BOC Unit 19 Whenuapai.  
					To No.40 Squadron, Whenuapai.  SOC Wigram 20/5/48, Disp. No.146. Derelict at Christchurch, New Zealand 1955
					To spares by Airwork NZ Ltd at Christchurch by 1955.   Nose section derelict in property at Burwood near 
					Christchurch in 1972.   Nose section held in storage by RNZAF Museum but currently loaned out  
				23559 (MSN 9421) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To RNZAF May 24, 1943 as NZ3506.  May 26, 1943.  BOC Unit 19 Whenuapai.  
					To No.40 Squadron, Whenuapai.  SOC Woodbourne 20 May 1948, Disp. No.147.  To spares at Woodbourne May 1948 
					by Airwork NZ Ltd and fuselage sold Metal Smelters Ltd.
				23560 (MSN 9422) to USAAF Apr 23, 1943.  To RNZAF May 24, 1943 as NZ3505.     BOC Unit 19 Whenuapai.  
					To No.40 Squadron, Whenuapai.  To No.41 Squadron, Whenuapai.  SOC Woodbourne 20 May 1948, Disp. No.147.  
					To spares at Woodbourne May48 by Airwork NZ Ltd and fuselage sold Metal Smelters Ltd
				23561 (MSN 9423) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To USSR May 17, 1943
				23562 (MSN 9424) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To USSR May 14, 1943
				23563 (MSN 9425) to USAAF Apr 22, 1943.  To USSR May 18, 1943
				23564 (MSN 9426) to USAAF Apr 23, 1943.  To USSR May 7, 1943
				23565 (MSN 9427) to USAAF Apr 24, 1943.  To USSR May 7, 1943
				23566 (MSN 9428) to USAAF Apr 16, 1943.  To USSR May 15, 1943
				23567 (MSN 9429) to USAAF Apr 24, 1943.  To USSR May 22, 1943
				23568 (MSN 9430) to USAAF Apr 24, 1943.  To USSR May 22, 1943
				23569 (MSN 9431) to USAAF Apr 24, 1943.  To USSR May 22, 1943
				23570 (MSN 9432) to USAAF Apr 24, 1943.  To USSR May 1943
				23571 (MSN 9433) to USAAF Apr 27, 1943.  To USSR May 1943
				23572 (MSN 9434) to USAAF Apr 27, 1943.  To USSR May 18, 1943
				23573 (MSN 9435) to USAAF Apr 26, 1943.  To USSR May 14, 1943
				23574 (MSN 9436) to USAAF Apr 26, 1943.  To USSR May 1943
				23575 (MSN 9437) to USAAF Apr 26, 1943.  To USSR May 14, 1943
				23576 (MSN 9438) to USAAF Apr 26, 1943.  To USSR May 1943
				23577 (MSN 9439) to USAAF Apr 26, 1943.  To USSR May 17, 1943
				23578 (MSN 9440) to USAAF Apr 26, 1943.  To USSR May 18, 1943
				23579 (MSN 9441) to USAAF Apr 27, 1943.  To USSR May 20, 1943
				23580 (MSN 9442) to USAAF Apr 27, 1943.  To US Navy Apr 27, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12420
42-23581/23787		Douglas C-47A-30-DL
				MSN 9443/9649.  Contract No. AC-20669
				23581 (MSN 9443) to USAF Apr 27, 1943.  317th TCG 39th TCS as 7 Oki 27May43.   Damaged by strafing at Gusap 
					New Guinea strip No. 4 06Nov43, flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGH.  repaired   
					Hit ditch landing at Gusap 13Nov43. To 66th Service Sq for salvage, condemned Nov 14, 1943 due to accident
				23582 (MSN 9444) to USAAF Apr 27, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 62 The Honeymoon Express 09Jun43. 
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of C flight numbered 412 05Sep43.  To 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 
					as 167.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 21Apr44.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as X89A.  
					Clipped Piper cub with left wing tip just after take off near Tadji NG 08Jun44, both repaired.  
					43-15413 stuck 42-23582 with wing tip flying in formation 17Jan45, both repaired.   
					Destroyed by bomb Clark Field 18Mar45. Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGQ.
				23583 (MSN 9445) to USAAF 27Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 61 The Pathfinder 30May43.  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGJ.  To 5th AF SerCom 17Jan44.  WFU 16Sep48 
				23584 (MSN 9446) to USAAF 28Apr43.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 17 01Jun43.  Flown with 
					Australian radio c/s VHCGL.  Carried mechanics, spare parts and tires to B-24 stranded on 
					salt flats 28 miles from Drysdale Mission 21Jul43.   Had to deflate tires and build wooden 
					mats to enable aircraft to take off on return trip overshot landing on downhill approach and 
					ground looped trying to stop aircraft 28Oct43.  Complete loss, condemned Oct 31, 1943 due to accident
				23585 (MSN 9447)  to USAAF 28Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 19 "Bubbles" 01Jun43.  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGM.  To 5th AF Service Com 22Dec43.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS  
					truck backed into cargo door loading Sentani strip New Guinea 16jun44.  To 392nd Serv Sqn for 
					repair.  Back to 39th TCS 26jul44.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Damaged left stabilisher 
					landing 28Aug44, repaired.   To FAFSC Depot No 2 26Oct44   WFU and salvaged Dec 9, 1946
				23586 (MSN 9448) to USAAF 28Apr43. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 18 Joanne  We Dood It  01Jun43  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGN.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS.  To Depot 2 APO 922 
					Townsville 09Jan44  back with  5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 13Mar44.  Struck by B-17 while parked 
					Finschhafen NG 27Mar44, repaired.  Struck by another a/c while parked Saidor NG 17Apr44, repaired.  
					Struck weapons carrier taxiing Finschhafen NG 13Jun44, repaired. Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44   
					FEASC CRTC 06Nov44.  WFU May 6, 1945.
				23587 (MSN 9449) to USAAF 28Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 21 Lookin' Fer Trouble 01Jun43. 
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGO.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 88 "Lookin' Fer Trouble" 03Oct43.
					Damaged taxiing Finschhafen 27Apr44, repaired.  Elevator hit embankment preflighting Gusap New
					Guinea 17May44, repaired.  Stalled landing left wing tip struck runway Nadzab New Guinea 24May44, 
					repaired.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Truck struck cargo door 26Jul44.  
					FAESC Depot No 3 Biak 27Oct44.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS as 546 02Jan45.  WFU 14Jun46   
				23588 (MSN 9450) to USAAF 29Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 28 "Blonde Baby" 08Jun43.  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGP.  To Depot 30Aug43 from Depot 03Sep43.  To 478th Service Sqn 
					22Nov43.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 18 via APO 929 30Jan44.  Damaged taxiing Momote 13Mar44, 
					repaired.  WFU 27Dec45, salvaged
				23589 (MSN 9451)  to USAAF 28Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 27 "Betty El".  Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGK 
					To 5th AF SerCom 10Jan44.  5th AF 375th TCG. Damaged taxiing Ward's Drome NG 07Mar44, repaired. 
					Truck drove under wing damaging it Apr44, repaired.  Took off from Darwin on a flight bound for Brisbane. 
					Flew into a violent electrical storm Jun 9, 1945 and crashed at Carnarvon Gorge and everyone died in 
					the crash.  Condemned Jun 9, 1945 due to accident
				23590 (MSN 9452) to USAAF 30Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X24  "Chattanooga Choo Choo 2nd"  29May43.
					5th AF Brisbane flown with Australian radio call sign VHCGI 04Jun43 - Tacloban - 
					Clipped telephone pole with wing tip taxiing Dobodura NG 03Nov43 repaired.  To Depot 2 Townsville 24Jan44 
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 01Apr44.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  To 6th Serv Grp 13Oct44 
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 02Nov44.  To Labo strip PI Jan45 struck by weapons carrier 22Jan45, repaired  
					To 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS Apr45.
					Stored Dec 31, 1945 - To VH-INH ANA "Pengana" Jul 23, 1948 - Renamed "Mungana" - To CF-JIP 
					Timmins Avn Ltd Nov 11, 1956.  To Canadian Acft Renters Ltd Feb 14, 1957 as CF-CAR - Sparrow Drilling Ltd 01 Oct 1959 - 
					Southern Provincial leased 1961 - Peter Bawdon Drilling (1964) Ltd Aug 14, 1964 - R E Wright 
					May 14, 1965 - ZS-EDX Air Cape (Pty) Ltd Jun 24, 1965 - Namaqualand A/W L.  To 9Q-CTR in 1985.  WFU
				23591 (MSN 9453) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Cairo Jun 22, 1943. To Iranisn Airways as EP-AAG.  W/o Sep 14, 1950 when crashed after
					takeoff at Tehran-Mehrabad Airport.  2 crew, 7 passengers killed. 
				23592 (MSN 9454) to USAAF Apr 28, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 13.  to 13th AF 403rd TCG 13th TCS.
					Lost between Guadalcanal, Solomons and Tontouta Noumea with 13th TCG Jan 10, 1944.  MACR 1790
				23593 (MSN 9455) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 26Jun43.  India China Wing ATC 03Aug43.
					Shot down by enemy fighters Dec 10, 1943 and crashed at Fort Hertz, Burma
				23594 (MSN 9456) to USAAF Apr 30, 1943.  Hawaii Jun 19, 1943.  To WAA Aug 26, 1947.  To NC5606V.  
					Probably to Salvador AF.  To YS34C Aerolineas El Salvador in 1971.  Cancelled.
				23595 (MSN 9457) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Hawaii Jun 2, 1943.  USA Jun 10, 1943.  Hawaii Jun 22, 1943.
					Condemned Dec 1, 1944 Oahu, Hawaii
				23596 (MSN 9458) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Trinidad Jun 15, 1943.  Carib Wing ATC.  20th T CS, 6th AFS 
					lost Jul 10, 1944, Caribbean Sea.  MACR 221
				23597 (MSN 9459) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Panama Jun 24, 1943, Venezuela probably Dec 5, 1947
				23598 (MSN 9460) to USAAF 29Apr43.  5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 27 "The Georgia Peach" 25Jun43.  
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHC.  To 478th SerSqn 06Nov43 from 478th SerSqn back to 5th AF 
					317th TCG 40th TCS 22Jan44.  Landing P-40 swerved to avoid C-47 that pulled onto runway Noemfoor. 
					P-40 went between  C-47s 42-23598 and 42-24257,  damaging 42-23598, repaired by 64th Serv Sqn  
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 30Apr44.  Left wing struck right wing of another a/c taxiing Jun44, 
					both repaired   Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Struck by landing P-40 26Sep44, repaired  
					To 64th Serv Gro 26Sep44.  Condemned Feb 10, 1946, salvaged
				23599 (MSN 9461) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943 - 5th AF  317th TCG 41st TCS as 64 "The Pan American" 24Jun43.
  					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHB dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of C flight numbered 414 
					05Sep43 - returned to USa Jun 19, 1944 - ATC/AMC in USA - Mass ANG Mar 31, 1947 to Feb 3, 1954 - card ends.
				23600 (MSN 9462) to USAAF Apr 29, 1943.  Cairo Jun 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 25, 1943.  lost May 25, 1944. MACR 5157
				23601 (MSN 9463) to USAAF May 1, 1943 - Cairo, Egypt 23Jul43. Oran, Algeria 2Nov43. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [W7*J; 
					Nose #29], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England 
					departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, 
					Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Neth/Belgium - France Oct 20, 1947 - F-BEFI Soc Aerotechnique Jul 9, 1948 - Air France leased 1953 - 
					Airnautic Apr 1, 1962 - UTA May 29, 1964 5T-CAE SOC.  Mines de Fer Mauretanie Aug 15, 1964 
					Air Mauretanie leased Jun 1, 1968 - cancelled Nov 30, 1973
				23602 (MSN 9464) to USAAF 01May43 - Cairo, Egypt 12Jul43. Oran, Algeria 17Oct43. 
					37th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose/Tail #20/A], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force. Borizzo, 
					Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; 
					St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force..  Czechoslovakia
					Mar 15, 1946 - OK-WDA CSA 1946 - 223602 French AF Mar 1, 1960 - GSRA 76 "FSEYK" Sep 1960 - 
					ELA 57 Sep 1961 GTLA Feb 1960 Jan65 - St Chateaudun 1971 - F-WSGT 1972 - N18254 E St Strul, 
					Tucson, AZ delivered Oct 30, 1972 - Derelict Stean, PQ (Sep78).
				23603 (MSN 9465) to USAAF May 3, 1943 - Cairo Jun 26, 1943 - Oran 04 May 1944 - N Africa Wg ATC - SOC
					Jan 1, 1946 - ET-T4 Ethiopian Airlines Jan 28, 1947 - Reregistered ET-AAR Mar 19, 1962 
					DBR Nov 20, 1974 Soddu, Ethiopia
				23604 (MSN 9466) to USAAF May 3, 1943.  UK Jun 21, 1943.  8th AF.  lost in Germany with 10th AF
					443rd TCG, 27th TCS Apr 9, 1945.  MACR 13702
				23605 (MSN 9467) to USAAF May 3, 19043.  13th AF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS lost Nov 11, 1944, Sansapor, 
					New Guinea.  MACR 10455
				23606 (MSN 9468) to USAAF May 3, 1943.  13th aF, 403rd TCG, 13th TCS Jun 27, 1943.  Condemned Oct 1946, salvage
				23607 (MSN 9469) to USAAF May 3, 1943.  10th AF Karachi Jun 22, 1943 - UNRRA Mar 29, 1946 - Cairo - EP-AA? 
					Iranian Airways bought Apr 18, 1946 (via TWA) - to ET-T-21 with Saudi Arabian Airlines May 1948.
				23608 (MSN 9470) to USAAF May 4, 1943.  Elmendorf Jun 29, 1943 Div Jul 19, 1946.  To NC79907 
					for W. S. Wood.  To Transocean Air Line as N63T.  To International Aviation Development Corp, Walnut Creek
					CA Oct 1959.  To Lavco (Libyan Aviation Company) registered as N484F.
					To Diamond Leasing Co 1966 to 1972.  Used for film sequence of
					"The Protectors" Dec 1971.  Taken by Libyan Army for target practice
					Jun 1979.
				23609 (MSN 9471) to USAAF May 3, 1943 - UK Jun 21, 1943 - 315th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
 					Returned to USA Sep 27, 1945 - To RFC Oct 19, 1945 - 
					NC17079 AAXICO to 30Sep46 - American Air Express - All American Avn Mar 9, 1949 -
					N91231 reregistered (May 1950) - Allegheny Airlines Inc Jan 2, 1953 - Registered N151A -
					Houston Avn Prods Corp May 8, 1961 - Exec Acft Svces, Dallas, TX 1963 - Centex Constr Co Inc,
					Dallas, TX 1964 - N852C reregistered - Coastal States Gas Producing Co, Corpus Christi, TX
					Jan 1968 RS Johnson, Corpus Christi, TX, Aug 1969 - Exec Air Tptation Inc, Corpus Christi, TX
					"Marilyn" (Oct 1976) - Hill Air Co Inc, Ft Lauderdale, FL Sep 9, 1976.
				23610 (MSN 9472) to USAAF 04May43. 5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS 28Jun43.  Struck foot lockers in revetment Dec43, 
					repaired.  Application of brakes taxiing caused nose over Dec43 repaired.  Landing accident Ward's 
					Drome New Guinea 18Feb44, repaired by 478th Serv Sqn.  Damaged while parked Lae New Guinea 11May44, 
					repaired by Townsville Air Depot Grp.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS 28Jan45.  
					Crashed Feb45, to 9th Serv Sqn.  Condemned Mar 2, 1945, accident
				23611 (MSN 9473) to USAAF 04May43.  original 375th TCG 57th TCS 28Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia 
					Collided on take off with 42-23616 21Jul43.  W/O 03Dec43.
				23612 (MSN 9474) to USAAF 04May43.  Original 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 28Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia 
					Struck by jeep Dobodura No. 11 02Sep43, repaired.  Struck barrel taxiing Dec43, repaired  
					Damaged landing Nadzab 15Apr44, repaired. damaged landing Cyclops 31May44, repaired.  WFU 31Oct44  
					Also listed as condemned May 16, 1945, Manila
				23613 (MSN 9475) to USAAF 04May43.  Original 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 29Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia 
					Struck by truck at Dobodura No. 15 06Nov43, repaired.  Btruck barrel taxiing at Dobodura No. 12 15Dec43,
					repaired.  Struck 42-100628 while landing at Gusap 01Jan44 wing replaced.  Tail wheel dropped into 
					ditch taxiing at Ward's AD 01Jan44 repaired.  WFU 28May45, cndemned May 28, 1945, Manila
				23614 (MSN 9476) to USAAF 05May43.  Original 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 26Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia.
					Struck by 2 1/2 ton truck at Dobodura No. 15 05Nov43, repaired.   Struck by truck being loaded at 
					Ward's AD 26Dec43, repaired.  Struck by jeep while parked 17Jan44, repaired.  Wing bird strike 
					detected Nadzab 05Sep44, to 479th Serv Sqn for repair, back to sqdn 11Sep44. reclamation Jan 15, 1948, Manila
				23615 (MSN 9477) to USAAF 04May43.  Original 375th TCG 24Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia  Feb 8, 1945.
					WFU 28Feb45
				23616 (MSN 9478) to USAAF 04May43.  Original 375th TCG 57th TCS 24Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia 
					Collided on takeoff with 42-23611 21Jul43.  Condemned Jul 23, 1943, accident
				23617 (MSN 9479) to USAAF May 4, 1943 - original 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 28Jun43.  Aircraft flown to Australia 
					Damaged by loading truck at Dobodura No. 11 15Oct43, repaired.  Damaged while airborne near Nadzab, 
					New Guinea 29Apr44, repaired.  Returned to US Jun 15, 1944 - ATC -TAC 
					Mar 31, 1947 - CNC 9thAF Jun 12, 1948 -Eglin APG Jun 8, 1950 - Elmendorf Apr 2, 1951 to 1954
				23618 (MSN 9480) to USAAF May 4, 1943.   5th AF 375th TCG 56th TCS as 126 27Jun43.  Crashed on a supply 
					drop at Sela River NW of Nassau Bay NG 23Jul43.  5 killed 5 injured.  W/O 25Jul43 
				23619 (MSN 9481) to USAAF May 7, 1943.  Original 5th AF 375th TCG aircraft Jun 26, 1943.
					Flown to Australia.  W/o 5 Feb 1946 in Philippines; excl Jul 14, 1946
				23620 (MSN 9482) to USAAF May 7, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-5 May 7, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12425
				23621 (MSN 9483) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-5 May 5, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12426
				23622 (MSN 9484) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-5 May 5, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12427
				23623 (MSN 9485) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-5 May 5, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12428
				23624 (MSN 9486) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-5 May 5, 1943 as R4D-5 Bu No 12429
				23625 (MSN 9487) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD869 May 22, 1943.  24 Sqdn RAF,
					512 Sqdn RAF, 511 Sqdn RAF, 1381 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Dec 2, 1946.  To G-AJIC 
					with BEA Feb 18, 1947.  To Pionair Sep 4, 1951, to Augair Ltd Mar 28, 1961, to Aviation 
					Leasing Apr 24, 1963.  Derelict at Benina Airport, Libya Aug 1966.  Also listed as being YUABH
					of Judosllvenski Aero Tansport as YU-ABG and WFU Feb 26, 1969.
				23626 (MSN 9488) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD870 May 26, 1943. 24 Sqdn RAF,
					512 Sqdn RAF. 1315 Flt RAF, 437 Sqdn RAF.  Sold May 13, 1947 to Global Aviation.  To Yugoslav
					AF Dec 5, 1947 as 7305.  To YU-ABH with Jugoslovenski Aero-Transport in Yugoslavia Jul 4, 1948.
					Made forced landing Aug 15, 1962 on Mt Preni near Mostar, Yugoslavia due to loss of
					engine power. Shortly after the emergency evacuation, the aircraft caught fire and was destroyed. 
				23627 (MSN 9489) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD871 May 14, 1943.  
					1314 Flt RAF.  SOC Jul 13, 1945.
				23628 (MSN 9490) to USAAF May 5, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD872 May 14, 1943.  1314 Flt RAF.
					152 Sqdn RAF, 1383 CU RAF.  To Zonas Oeste y Norte de 
					Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACM Jun 10, 1947  To Aerolineas
					Aeroposta, to Aerolineas Argentinas.  Crashed Jul 14, 1958
					gear-up in Huiacohonda, Santiago del Estero, AR due to fog
					buildup.  All on board OK.
				23629 (MSN 9491) to USAAF MAY 5, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD873 May 15, 1943.  24 Sqdn RAF.
					512 Sqdn RAF, 575 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947. To FLC Payne Field May 29, 1947.  
					To SX-BAD with Hellenic Airlines Jul 7, 1951.
					To Olympic Airways Apr 6, 1957.  Crashed Oct 29, 1959 at Tanagra, near Athens, Greece.  All 18
					onboard killed.  Engine failure on take off
				23630 (MSN 9492) to USAAF May 6, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD874 May 19, 1943, but 
					went to SAAF as 6801 Jun 26, 1943.  To South Afrincan Airways as ZS-DJB "Simonsberg" Jan 4, 1954.  
					To South African AF as 6889 Feb 8, 1971.  To Rhodesian AF/ Zimbabwe AF as R7312.
					Crashed on takeoff Jul 10, 1986 at Maputo, Mozambique.  All 17 onboard killed.
				23631 (MSN 9493) to USAAF May 6, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD875 May 19, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					117 Sqdn RAF.  31 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				23632 (MSN 9494) to USAAF May 6, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD876 May 19, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					267 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed Imphal Sep 5, 1946,  RAF record card says ditched Jul 7, 1943.
				23633 (MSN 9495) to USAAF May 6, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD877 May 14, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF,
					267 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian AF as VP924 Nov 28, 1946
				23634 (MSN 9496) to USAAF May 6, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD878 Jun 7, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					436 Sqdn RAF, 267 Sqen RAF, 233 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23635 (MSN 9497) to USAAF May 8, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 15Jun43. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Lourmel, Oran, Algeria. Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. 
					Crashed at Djerba, Tunisia 22Aug43 [1KIA]. Some aircraft in the Squadron were sent to a high 
					cliff-side bluff landing strip at Ra's al Jurf facing the offshore resort island of Djerba, for 
					glider tow practice. The landing strip was on a high bluff immediately adjacent to the Mediterranean – 
					it had very helpful updrafts. Six of the 53rd’s aircraft took off in formation to return to their home base. 
					This aircraft took off in formation with the others, but left the formation soon after take-off. 
					The plane circled and came in for a landing and seemed to get down safely when at the last minute the 
					nose went down and it crashed steeply into the ground, smashing the landing gear, exploding the right fuel 
					tank, and half-rolled, half-skidded to a stop with fire burning fiercely in the right nacelle. There were ten 
					glider pilot passengers and the usual crew of four. All of the passengers got out the main door as soon 
					as it could be forced open. Nothing could be done to save the burning plane and everyone withdrew to a 
					safe distance. The remaining fuel tanks exploded a few seconds later and the fore part of the plane was 
					completely destroyed in the fire. The cause of the crash was the failure of the pilot, copilot and crew 
					chief to remove the aft right elevator control surface lock prior to takeoff, and subsequent incorrect trim
					tab adjustment by the pilot.
					Conflict:
					856th Bomb Squadron, 492nd Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, Harrington (Station 179). Used for ‘Carpetbagger’ 
					operations May45.
				23636 (MSN 9498) to USAAF May 7, 1943.  48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier 
					Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483) 29Oct44.Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. 
					Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  FLC Feb 7, 1949.  To Turkish AF as 42-6099 Apr 24, 1949.  12-090 in Apr 1987
				23637 (MSN 9499) to USAAF May 7, 1943.  . Oran, Algeria 13Jun43. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 11Feb44. Routed via Oran, Algeria; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 
					Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials from the 
					325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. Detached service to North Witham (Station 479) 24Oct44. 
					Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. Returned to 
					Barston Heath 4Nov44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). 
					Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville. 87th Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 
					Grove (Station 519). 87th Transport Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Grove (Station 519).   Returned to USA 22Sep45 
					To RFC Oct 3, 1945.  To NC46496 - Williams Bros Co, Oklahoma City, OK Feb 16, 1951 - I
					Interior Enterprises Inc, Fairbanks, AK - Interior A/W (1971) - Air Pacific Intl, Tamuning (Jun 1977) - 
					DHL Island A/W, Honolulu, HI Apr 19, 1978 - Basler Flight Svce Inc, Oshkosh, WI. - Cancelled 1982(?).
				23638 (MSN 9500) to USAAF May 8, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 15Jun43. 14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via El Aounia, Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force.  
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; shot down by enemy ground fire, 
					with the control cables severed, left engine and wing on fire, the aircraft crashed at Rocheville, NW of Négreville, 
					Normandy, France. One paratrooper was wounded in the eyes and didn’t jump with his stick; he was killed 
					in the crash. One crew member was also killed; two bodies were found after the crash [2KIA:1POW:3EVD].
 					MACR 6139
				23639 (MSN 9501) to USAAF May 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 9Jun43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [T3*T; 
					Nose #79], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. 
					Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 492nd Bomb Group, 
					Eighth Air Force, Harrington (Station 179) Dec44-Jan45. Used for ‘Carpetbagger’ operations. 
					44th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489). 
					TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 9th Parachute Battalion paratroopers 
					to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					To OK-WDI of Czech State Airline in 
					1946, then to French AF as 23639 May 24, 1960. GTLA 2/60 " FRAJD/GC"? Feb 1961 - BA 172 Mar 1966 - GTLA 2/60
					"FRAJM"? Apr 1867 - GE 316 Oct 1968 - St Chateaudun 1971 - F-BTDF Rousseau Avn res 1973  
					To civil registry as N87605 in 1973 with Tri-9 Corp, San Diego, CA Feb 25, 1975 but NTU. Registered 
					as F-BRGO with Prader in 1975.  Sold in 1976 as ET-AGH May 29, 1976 to Ethiopian Airlines.  
					Ultimate fate uncertain.
				23640 (MSN 9502) to USAAF May 8, 1943.  Oran Jun 3, 1943.   Crashed on takeoff at Roberts Field, Liberia Jun 17, 1943.
				23641 (MSN 9503) to USAAF May 10, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route. 
					Marrakech, French Morocco to Nutts Corner (Station 235), Belfast, Northern Ireland 5Mar44. 
					Ninth Air Force 6Mar44. 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538).
					Oran Jun 13, 1943. 9thAF Apr 12, 1944 - Div Mar 15, 1946 - To OK-WDB CSA
					1946. OK-WDB - photos show this in wrecked condition at Croydon on Jan 25, 1947, alongside NC32975.
				23642 (MSN 9504) to USAAF May 8, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 13Jun43. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Sciacca, Sicily. Destroyed when C-47A ? 42-92067 crashed 
					into the flight line while trying to accomplish a formation takeoff from Sciacca 29Dec43. It was irreparably 
					damaged, a gaping hole was gouged just behind the cargo door, presumably by one of the engines; 
					the left wing of ?  42-92067 hit the fuselage of ?  42-23642 squashing it out of shape.
				23643 (MSN 9505) D10May43 - 'Glue' RC-47A 9thAF - Europe- Munich as C-47A Apr 30, 1947 - AFE
					'shamble' 21FBW Oct 1954 - noted as '0-2643' - card ends
				23644 (MSN 9506) to USAA Mayu 19, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 7Jun43. Twelfth Air Force. 47th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					313th Troop Carrier Group, Oujda, French Morocco; Kairouan, Tunisia. Transported paratroopers of the 504th
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Gela, Sicily on Mission ‘Husky II’ 11/12Jul43.  Shot down 
					by friendly fire from the US Navy Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  5 KIA.  MACR 430
				23645 (MSN 9507) to USAAF May 10, 1943, to Oran Jun 15, 1943 - 9th AF.  WFU Jul 31, 1944
				23646 (MSN 9508) to USAAF May 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 13Jun43. Twelfth Air Force. 
					29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Oujda, French Morocco; Kairouan, Tunisia. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone at Sicily on Mission ‘Husky I’ 9/10Jul43. Shot down by flak Jul 10, 1943
					and crashed five miles NE of Gela, Sicily [5KIA].  MACR 696
				23647 (MSN 9509) to USAAF May 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 15Jun43. 48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Condemned May 23, 1946, salvage
				23648 (MSN 9510) to USAAF May 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 6Jun43. Ninth Air Force 21Mar44. 
					48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile 
					NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. A resupply flight for the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44 was aborted in bad weather. 438th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile 
					northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. - To PH-TBG KLM Jan 3, 1946 - Aero
					Holland Jun 24, 1949 - HB-ATB Alpar Nov 6, 1950 ntu (noted Croydon Jun 16, 1949 Swiss marks) - 
					N9997F Libby Owens Ford Glass Co - N104E reregistered - Ridge Tool Co, Elvria, OH - Globe Wernicke 
					Inds Inc, Toledo, OH Shelter Globe Corp, Toledo, OH (Jul 1970) - W E Chase, Chicago, IL - N9BC 
					Midwest Enterprises Ltd, Wheeling, OH (1972) - Air O'Hare Ltd, Chicago, IL (1973) - Crashed Jan 1, 1975 
					in sea near Ft Lauderdale, FL.
				23649 (MSN 9511) to USAAF May 10, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 16Jun43. Ninth Air Force 23Feb44. 
					29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. A resupply flight for 
					the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44 was aborted in bad weather- To PH-TCL with KLM bought
					May 9, 1946 - PH-DAL reregistered Mar 23, 1954 - F-OAQR Soc Aerotechnique Aug 26, 1954 - 
					Airnautic Apr 1, 1962 - Air Senegal leased 1964 - F-BHQR reregistered Feb 25, 1965 - Cie
					Europeene d'Equipement Jun 1965 - C & P Plessier Feb 1966 - 5T-CAH Cie Acrien de Tpts et
					d'Equipement Apr 1966 - 6V-ABB Air Senegal Jun 1967 - TN-ABI Ste Nationale Lina Congo R Apr 1969 - 
					TRLVZ SOACO Oct 1976.
				23650 (MSN 9512) to USAAF May 11, 1943 - Oran Jun 17, 1943- 9th AF Jun 17, 1943 -  5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 
					as 81 "Lazy Lady" 19Jun43.  Damaged while parked Ward's Drome NG 17Feb44, repaired.  
					Left aileron struck tree taxiing Hollandia NG 13May44, repaired. N oemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44   
					To FAFSC Depot No 2 11Sep44.  returned to USA Jan 24, 1945 - 
					St Apr 12, 1946 - To RFC Jul 16, 1946 - YV-C-AMU Linea Aeropostal Venezolana - Crashed  
					Mar 20, 1947 La Carlotta Apt, near Caracas, Venezuela.
				23651 (MSN 9513) to USAAF May 11, 1943.  54th TCW to 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 39 "Ione" 11Oct43 
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGR.  Damaged in raid on Gusap 15Nov43. repaired by 66th Service 
					Sqn and returned to service with 5th AF 433rd TCG 69th TCS as 359 Mar44. Damaged while parked Milne 
					Bay New Guines 13Apr44, repaired. - Condemned Apr 18, 1947 - Salvage Apr 29, 1948.
				23652 (MSN 9514) to USAAF May 13, 1943.  76th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Sedalia Field, MO. Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object 45 miles south of Nashville, TN 25May43. 
					262nd Base Unit, Bruning Field, NB. Crashed three miles west of Naper, NB 3Aug44. The crash at Naper, Nebraska, 
					is believed to be the worst accident during WWII in terms of loss of life (28 airmen) from one single aircraft in the 
					United States. A flight crew of four (4) in the C-47A were transporting twenty-four (24) rated P-47 pilots from the 
					Bruning Army Air Field to the Pierre Army Air Field, South Dakota, for advanced training. Near the small town of 
					Naper the plane encountered a thunderstorm and apparently flew into it or tried to get above it. Witnesses on the
					ground said that a simultaneous flash of lightning coincided with them hearing the motors of the plane stop.
					The plane was then seen coming down out of the clouds and out of control. The plane crashed in a ravine in a 
					pasture instantly killing all 28 aboard. Investigation into the accident determined that wreckage had been scattered 
					across an area two hundred yards wide by one mile long leading up to the actual site of the impact. 
					The exact cause of the crash was never fully determined and several possibilities existed as to why the C-47 crashed.
				23653 (MSN 9515) to USAAF May 13, 1943 - 5th AF 317th CG 46th TCS at Brisbane as 87 "Yingle Yangle" Jun 14, 1943 
					Flown with Sustralian radio callsigh VHCGS.  Damaged in rad on Gusap, New guinea Nov 15, 1943.  Returned
					to base - Tacloban.  Condemned Feb 10, 1946 due to accident.
				23654 (MSN 9516) to USAAF May 12, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 46hh TCS at Brisbane as 82 "Sheet Petudie" Jun 30, 1943 
					Tacloban.  Flown with Australian radio call sign VHCHD.  Damaged in raid on Gusap NG 15Nov43 returned to base Depot No 3 Biak.
					To FAFSC Depot No 2 12Sep44.   to 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS as 502 17Jan45.
					Condemned Feb 10, 1946 salvage
				23655 (MSN 9517) to USAAF May 13, 1943 - left US Jun 24, 1943 -  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 9 "Louise" 05Jul43  
					later X9.  Damaged taxiing Cape Gloucester NB 20Mar44, repaired.   Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHE
					5thAF? - returned US Jun 14, 1944 -TC-47A Mar 31, 1947 - C-47A to Apr 5, 1954 - card ends.
					To Paraguayan AF as T-43, later FAP-2011; wfu 10 Dec 1976
				23656 (MSN 9518) to USAAF May 12, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 86 "The Rube" 19Jun43.
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGU and VHPAC; 
					- Tacloban.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Left wing tip struck truck taxiing 17Jul44.  
					Left wing tip struck by bulldozer 26Jul44.  Hit by debris from stump blasting 05Aug44, repaired  
					Prop wash from PBY Catalina damaged elevators 12Sep44, repaired 
					To Netherlands Navy as Q-3 Dec 25, 1945. Reserialled as W-3.  To Indonesian AF on 15 Dec 1950
				23657 (MSN 9519) to USAAF May 13, 1943. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 63 "The Venice Shortline" 20Jun43.   
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of C flight numbered 423 05Sep43.  Flown with Australian 
					radio c/s VHCGT.  Stored Jan 17, 1946.  To RFC Jun 10, 1946 - To NC1605M - NLR
				23658 (MSN 9520) to USAAF May 13, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 79  X79  "Tootsie" 
					20Jun43.  Flown with Australian radio callsign "VHCGY" - Condemned Feb 7, 1945 salvage
				23659 (MSN 9521) to USAAF May 13, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS, Brisbane flown with Australian radio callsign
					VHCGX "The Amazon" Jun 19, 1943 - both engines cut out, force landed in swamp near Galley Reach 20 miles short 
					of Jackson Strip Port Moresby PNG 02Dec43. 
					Crashed Apr 30, 1945 20 mi short of Jackson Strip, Port Moresby, PNG.  Wreckage is still there.
				23660 (MSN 9522) to USAAF May 13, 1943 - 5th AF 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS "Becky" 19Jun43.  Flown with 
					Australian radio c/s VHCGV.  Tires blew on take off Cape Gloucester NB 14Mar44.  
					Condemned Mar 14, 1944 accident.
				23661 (MSN 9523) to USAAF May 13, 1943 - 5th AF 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 8 "Breezy Ann" Jul 4, 1943 - 
					Flown with Australian radio callsign VHCHF.  Damaged taxiing Dobodura No. 7 29Feb44, repaired 
					Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  To 392nd Serv Sqn Aug44. To 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 14Oct44. 
					Crashed at sea off Australia 07Nov44. Condemned Nov 7, 1944 accident.
				23662 (MSN 9524) to USAAF May 14, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 84 "Annie Oakley" Jun 19, 1943.
					Flown with Australian radio callsign CHCGW.  Struck by taxiing PBY Catalina while parking Tacloban 07Dec44, 
					repaired - Japan -  WFU Apr 29, 1948. 
				23663 (MSN 9525) to USAAF May 14, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane Jul 6, 1943 - Manila.  To Philippine AF as 223663
					Feb 19, 1946.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-534, later RP-C1101 Airlink Intl.  Acquired
					Feb 2006 as Cathay Pacific Airline which intended to paint it
					as VR-HDA "Nikki" and probably to put it on static display somewhere in Hong Kong.
				23664 (MSN 9526) delivered May 14, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane "VHCHA" "The Last Straw" Jun 23, 1943 - USA
					Jun 1, 1944 - 9th AF Jul 31, 1944 -  To RFC May 17, 1946 - to NC342 CAA - N21 reregistered May 15, 1951 - 
					N14 reregistered - FAA Dec 31, 1958  - N24 reregistered Oct 1972 - N24AH Dept of Tptn reregistered
					Oct 8, 1976 N238GB US Dept of Agriculture, Mission, TX Nov 29, 1976.  N238GB to Falconair Inc,
					Wheatley, AZ, by Jun 1984.
				23665 (MSN 9527) to USAAF May 13, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 12430 May 13, 1943.
				23666 (MSN 9528) to USAAF May 12, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 12431 May 12, 1943.
				23667 (MSN 9529) to USAAF May 12, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 12432 May 12, 1943.
				23668 (MSN 9530) To USAAF May 12, 1943 - 'Stout HG SG' 9thAF - Davis Monthan Feb 1, 1946 -KY NG Jun 22, 1949 -
					165FS Jan 13, 1950 - ADC Mar 1951 - Duluth Jul 1954 - card ends.  Registered as N7252N in 1977.
					Later on civil registry as N60480.  In 1987 preserved at Edward F. Beale Museum, Beale AFB, CA 
					although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Later at Yanks Air Museum.
				23669 (MSN 9531) to USAAF May 12, 1943 - To Dakota III as FD879 RAF 24 Sqdn May 20, 1943 - India Jul 1, 1943 
					Gen Auchinieck's "0rion", India Comm Sq Jan 14, 1947 - UK Aug 14, 1947 - To FLC Nov 27, 1947 Mauripur. 
					reference to the file on N2701A shows it quoted as FD879, 44-77237 and 33569.  As MSN 33569/44-77237 
					was broken up for spares as G-AMZA in 1953, it seems likely that N2701A was FD879, last recorded as 
					FLC Nov 27, 1947 Mauripur. Almost certainly it went to the Pakistan AF - one of four fuselages sold by 
					them to Lee Mansdorf via D W Connor - and later to become N42F and CF-IKD. It looks as if an identity 
					was needed for the fuselage, and one was chosen at random
				23670 (MSN 9532) to USAAF May 13, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD880 May 21, 1943. 194 Sqdn RAF.
					DBR when overshot landing at Chandina Upazila Hitttagong, Bangladesh Mar 10, 1944.
				23671 (MSN 9533) to USAAF May 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD881 May 27, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					SOC Aug 31, 1944
				23672 (MSN 9534) to USAAF May 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD882 May 29, 1943.  1331 CU RAF.
					62 Sqdn RAF.  Burma CF RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  DBR Jan 17, 1946, Butterworth, Malaya.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				23673 (MSN 9535) to USAAF MAY 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD883 Aug 1, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					1331 CU RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  Survives in Indian AF Museum at Palam AB.
					New Delhi with IAF serial IJ302
				23674 (MSN 9536) to USAAF May 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD884 May 24, 1943.  To 28 Sqdn SAAF.  
					117 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed Jan 25, 1945 when swung on takeoff and hit ditch, Hathazari, Bengal, India.
				23675 (MSN 9537) to USAAF May 15, 1943. to RAF as Dakota III FD885 May 20, 1943.  Transferred to Indian AF
					as VP925 Nov 28, 1946
				23676 (MSN 9538) to USAAF May 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD886 Jun 1, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					28 Sqdn SAAF, 216 Sqdn RAF.  TSTU RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Jun 29, 1944
				23677 (MSN 9539) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD887 May 23, 1943.  Transferred to SAAF as
					6872 Feb 29, 1944.
				23678 (MSN 9540) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD888 May 21, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					Overshot landing at Gibraltar and crashed into sea Jul 8, 1943
				23679 (MSN 9541) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD889 May 21, 1943. 267 Sqdn RAF.
					Missing Jun 4, 1945.
				23680 (MSN 9542) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD890 May 22, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					back to USAAF Jul 27, 1946.  To Royal Thai AF postwar as 
					L2-4/90. DBR at Suring Sep 22, 1984 and used as ground trainer
				23681 (MSN 9543) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD891 May 20, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					28 Sqdn SAAF, 44 Sqdn SAAF.  967 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Dec 31, 1946.  
					Became VT-CIC with Orient AAV Dec 16, 1946, reregistered VT-CPC but NTU. 
					 To AP-AAC Oct 1947 of Pakistan Inernational Airlines.  DBR Mar 22, 1961 at Paksi Apt, Pakistan.
				23682 (MSN 9544) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD892 May 20, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF, Italy.
					CF RAF.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Destroyed in an air raid at Antimacchia, Italy Sep 18, 1943.
  				23683 (MSN 9545) to USAAF May 15, 1945.  To RAF as Dakota III FD893 May 20, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF. 
					Destroyed in air raid at Antimacchia, Kos Sep 18, 1943
				23684 (MSN 9546) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD894 May 27, 1943. 117 Sqdn RAF.
					194 Sqdn RAF, 215th Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CJU with Orient 
					Airways in 1947.  To VT-CPJ reregistered 1947 but NTU.
					To AP-AAJ Oct 1947.  Cancelled Apr 20, 1950
				23685 (MSN 9547) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD895 May 28, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					TSTU RAF.  1334 CU RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23686 (MSN 9548) to USAAF May 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD896 May 20, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					216 sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF, 52 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed after takeoff
					3 mi N of Yelahanka, Mysore, India Apr 11, 1945
				23687 (MSN 9549) to USAAF May 17, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD897 May 27 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					31 Sqdn RAF, 353 Sqdn RAF.  1334 CU RAF.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To N9075C.  To VP-DGP with Hindustan Aircraft Co Jun 19, 1953 with Kalinga Airlines.
					Crashed Aug 3, 1959 at Sagone, India
				23688 (MSN 9550) to USAAF May 17, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD898 May 23, 1943. 117 Sqdn RAF.
					216 Sqdn RAF. 117 Sqdn RAF.  216 Sqdn RAF.  48 Sqdn RAF.   Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To DT959 with Neth E Indies AF 19 Sq flown with Australian radio call sign
					VHREM - To PK-REM KLM Kemgoran Aug 1, 1947.  To Indonesian AF 1949 - To PK-VDM Mandala 
					(MSN quoted as 9551 but 9550 more likely).  L Penas (Jun 1979) to (Apr 1980).
				23689 (MSN 9551) to USAAF 18May43.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 23Jul43.  
					Flown to Australia by them.  To NEIAF as DT-959 14Jun46 . 
				23690 (MSN 9552)to USAAF 18May43,  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS  23Jul43.  
					Flown to Australia by them.  Condemned Dec 5, 1946, salvage
				23691 (MSN 9553) to USAAF 18May43.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS and flown 
					to Australia by them 16Jul43.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 228 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF as 228 09Nov43 fuel cut out and ditched 
					6 miles off Lae 12Jan44.  2 crew drowned and 2 crew rescued.  Condemned Jan 13, 1944, accident
				23692 (MSN 9554) To USAAF May 18, 1943.  5th AF Jul 17, 1943.  Condemned Apr 30, 1945, accident
				23693 (MSN 9555) to USAAF  May 18, 1943 - Overseas Aug 1943 - To USA Oct 15, 1945 - To RFC Oct 11, 1945 - 
					To NC50520 - N586 Bendix Corp, Detroit, MI - Reregistered N5867 - N258M reregistered Jenwin 
					Holdings Ltd, Vancouver, BC May 17, 1970 - Not registered in Canada - cancelled Oct 20. 1970 - 
					N258M Bon Aire Ltd 17Dec70 - A Hulsey, Dallas, TX t/a Airgo Air Freight (Nov 1977) -
					Oklahoma Acft Corp, Yukon, OK (Jun 1979) - Skytrain Air Inc, McAllen, TX.  Apr 2, 1981 - Crashed
					Apr 2,1981 near Veracruz, Mexico.
				23694 (MSN 9556)  to USAAF 20May43.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 16Jul43 flown 
					to Australia by them.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 231 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF as 231 "Maggie" 
					Right tire blew landing at Dumpu NG causing ground loop 26Oct43 salvaged no injuries- 
				23695 (MSN 9557) to USAAF May 19, 1943 - original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 16Jul43 flown to 
					Australia by them  dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 229 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF as 229 09Nov43. Blew tire on take off from 
					Mt. Hagen New Guinea 10Dec43. Blew tire crash landed at Nadzab NG W/O
					Condemned Dec 11, 1943 accident
				23696 (MSN 9558) to USAAF May 19, 1943.  Missing on flight form Yangkai, China to Chabua, India
					Apr 28, 1943.  Crew of 5 presumed killed.
				23697 (MSN 9559) to USAAF May 19, 1943 - 5th AF , 375th TCG 57th TCS Brisbane Jun 26, 1943 - Tacloban - 
					Flown with Australian radio callsign VHCFF.  Struck tree Nov 13, 1943, wingtip treplaced.
					Struck C-47 42-23703 whil taxiing at Dobodura No. 12 Nov 26, 1943.  Repairedl  To VH-ANZ
					Australian Natl A/L "Largana" Dec 17, 1945 - AnsettANA Oct 4, 1957 - A/L of S Australia delivered Apr 22, 1966 -
					A/L of NSW Sep 23, 1969 - MAerobertson Miller Mar 6, 1970 Consolidated Avn Holdings Pty Ltd Dec 30, 1970
					Australian Acft Sales Jan 6, 1971 - XU-GAJ Khmer HanS2 - Destroyed by rocket attack Feb 22, 1975 Phnom 
					Penh, Vietnam
				23698 (MSN 9560) to USAAF May 19, 1943 -- 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 23Jun43 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGZ. 
					Right engine emitted column of white smoke just after take off from Wau then lost altitude and crashed 
					near Winima, roughly 12 miles southwest of Wau. On impact, the munitions aboard exploded and 
					scattered wreckage over a wide area. the remains of the crew and passengers were recovered 
					Four crew and three 4 Sqn RAAF personnel killed  -- Condemned Sep 15, 1943, accident
				23699 (MSN 9561) to USAAF May 20, 1943.  To RFC Jun 19, 1946
				23700 (MSN 9562) to USAAF May 20, 1943 -  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 16Jul43 flown to Australia by them.
					 Collided with 41-18431 returning to Port Moresby from Tsili Tsili belly landed in a swamp 8-10 miles 
					northeast of Terapo 10Aug43, only crew chief injured  Condemned Aug 12, 1943, accident
				23701 (MSN 9563) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane Jun 26, 1943 - Pac Wg ATC Oct 13, 1947 - Clark Fld
					Jun 29, 1948 - Salvage Sep 20, 1949.
				23702 (MSN 9564) to USAAF 19May43 original.  5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS as 181 aircraft 08Jul43 flown to Australia 
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of B flight numbered 181 05Sep43.  Struck parked P-38 taxiing 
					Dec43 repaired.  Damaged on take off Ward's Drome NG 12Mar44, repaired.  Damaged taxiing Nadzab NG 06May44, 
					repaired.  Condemned Oct 12, 1945 salvage
				23703 (MSN 9565) to USAAF 19May43.  Original 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS aircraft 26Jun43 flown to Australia 
					Struck by jeep at Dobodura No. 15 23Oct43, repaired.  Struck by taxiing 42-23697 while parked at 
					Dobudura No. 12 26Nov43, repaired.  Damaged taxiing 17 Mile Strip Port Moresby NG 12Mar44, repaired.  
					Damaged taxiing Finschhafen NG 06Apr44, repaired.  Damaged taxiing Ward's Drome NG 14Apr44, repaired.  
					Damaged taxiing Finschhafen NG 13jun44, repaired.  Condemned Nov 16, 1945 salvage
				23704 (MSN 9566) to USAAF 20May43.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 16Jul43, flown to 
					Australia by them.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43.  5th AF 403rd TCG 
					66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43 - Crashed Oct 12, 1944 Torres Strait, Australia.
				23705 (MSN 9567) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS as X163 Shakes Airlines Over.
					With 375th TCG) crashed in Saidor Gap Jul 9, 1944.  MACR 7541.  Wreckage located near Saidor on 
					northern coast of Papua New Guinea Sep 18, 2003.
				23706 (MSN 9568) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 2, 1945 - To RFC Jun 5, 1946 -  To NC44585 
					West Coast Airlines "103" Aug 1, 1947 - Air West Aug67 - Aerodyne Corp, Renton, WA Apr 9, 1969.
					WFU Dec 1985.
				23707 (MSN 9569) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - 8th AF Otaru Jul 23, 1943 Tacloban - 
					 FAESC Depot No 3 Biak to 5th AF 374th TCG  21st TCS as 527 02Jan45.  Condemned Oct 25, 1945 salvage
				23708 (MSN 9570) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 17Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them 17Jul43.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43. 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 17Sep44  
					Destroyed by bomb at Clark Field Mar 18, 1945.  Condemned Mar 26, 1945 combat damage
				23709 (MSN 9571) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 23Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.   5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS engines 
					cut out in flight emergency landing Nadzab, New Guinea Sep 30, 1944 15m W of Nadzab, 
					New Guinea.  To 479th Service Squadron and salvaged.
				23710 (MSN 9572) to USAAF May 20, 1943 - no card -  To 223710 with French AF Indo China Apr 25, 1952 - 
					SOC 1952.  b/u.
				23711 (MSN 9573) to USAAF May20, 1943.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 18Jul43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  Crashed into Mount Turi 15 mi NW of Santo AF, Espirtu Santo Sep 5, 1943.  
					MACR 466
				23712 (MSN 9574) to USAAF May 21, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 23Jul43  
					flown to Australia by them-- WFU Jun 1, 1946
				23713 (MSN 9575) to USAAF May 21, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS as 237 "Ghost of Billie L" 16Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43. 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF as 237 09Nov43.  Crashed at Korigu Airstrip 
					New Guinea 12Feb44.  Attempted to pull up landing on wrong strip at Korigu but could not and hit building. 
					a/c destroyed Feb 12, 1944. Only minor injuries.- Condemned Feb 15, 1944 accident
				23714 (MSN 9576) to USAAF May 21, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 23Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them  - Condemned Nov 11, 1943 salvage
				23715 (MSN 9577) to USAAF May 22, 1943 -- In USA -- Surveyed Mar 6, 1944.
				23716 (MSN 9578) to USAAF May 22, 1943- 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS 23Jun43 - Stored Dec 9, 1944 - 
					To RFC Jun 6, 1946.  To Argentine Navy as 0162 Dec 28, 1946, later 4-T-22, CTA-22, and 5-T-22.  
					WFU 1979,  Preserved at Ushuaia, Argentina.
				23717 (MSN 9579) to USAAF May 21, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS 22Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.  Force landed on very soft 
					field Sagerak NG when ordered down due to enemy activity 13Nov43.  Damaged both propellors 
					and both engines repaired right wheel dropped into depression causing right wing to strke 
					fence posts along parking ramp at Lae 04Jan44 repaired  - Japan - B/u Apr 29, 1948
				23718 (MSN 9580) to USAAF May 21, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 10Jul43 
					Flown to Australia by them - Condemned Jun 10, 1945, salvage.
				23719 (MSN 9581) to USAAF May 22, 1945 - In USA - To RFC Aug 26, 1946 - To NC47573 General A/W Inc, Portland,
					OR - N American Avn Inc, Los Angeles, CA (1966) - N American Rockwell, Los Angeles, CA Nov 1967 - 
					Elbee Co, Los Angeles, CA (Dec 1970) - ZS-GPL Grinair Ltd "Mosadi Mogolo" Mar 1971 - Sandriver 
					Safaris t/a United Air Svces "Delaney" R Mar 1976 - A2-ACH Air Svccs Botswana (Pry) Ltd R Feb 1980 - 
					ZS-GPL UAS  Mar 1980.  Registration 5H-DAK reserved Feb 2009.
				23720 (MSN 9582) delivered May 22, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 16Jul43 
					Flown to Australia by them.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 238 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF as 238 09Nov43.  To 5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS  
					Hit by A-20 from below on approach to Finschhafen. Section of A-20 lodged in left lowered 
					landing gear 14Aug44.  Crash landed Nadzab, salvaged. no injuries. A-20 crashed..  
					Condemned Aug 17, 1944, salvage.
				23721 (MSN 9583) to USAAF May 22, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jun 24, 1943.  Flown with Australian radio c/s VHPAP; 
					Tacloban.  To 81st Air Depot Grp.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 22nd TCS 28Jan45.  To Netherlands Navy as 
					W-16 Feb 1946.  WFu.  To VH-MMA "Ashburton" of MacRobertson Miller Aviation Co. Ltd Oct 1, 1947.  
					To Ansett Airlines of Papua Feb 17, 1969.  Ansett (P&NG) Ltd May 23, 1973 - Air Niugini Nov 1, 1973 - 
					Connair leased 1974 - P2-MMA reregistered Oct 1974 P2-ANS reregistered Nov 6, 1975 - 
					VH-MWQ M2sling Conunuter Svces Pty Jun 18, 1976 - Setair Pry "Gooney Bird" delivered Aug 13, 1979- 
					Air North, Darwin, bought Jul 28, 1983 VH-MMA reregistered  Nov83. VH-MMA operated charters for Air North. - 
					Vintage Acft Co Fannie Bay, NT Jul 1993.  Current 2011
				23722 (MSN 9584) to USAAF May 22, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 23Jul43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  Took off from Espiritu Santo on flight to Henderson Field Guadalcanal after a 
					double engine change, with rebuilt engines one engine went out from a broken oil line flew on 
					one egine until that one gave out and ditched off NW tip of San Cristobal Island 26Jan44 
					No injures and crew picked up by USN Catalina the next day- 
				23723 (MSN 9585) to USAAF May 22, 1943 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS 16Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them  dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 239 05Sep43.
					5th AF 403rd TCG 66th TCS on attachment from 13th AF as 239 09Nov43.   Shot down by Zeros enroute 
					Nadzab to Dumpu, 09Nov43 crash landed 22 miles from Nadzab. 2 wounded- 
				23724 (MSN 9586) to USAAF May 24, 143 - Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 23Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them - Condemned Jul 20, 1945 salvage
				23725 (MSN 9587) to USAAF May 22, 1943 - original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 64th TCS 23Jul43 
					flown to Australia by them -Pac Wg ATC - Condemned Oct 20, 1945 salvage
				23726 (MSN 9588) to USAAF May 24, 1943 - In USA - W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Alliance AAB, NE 
					Surveyed Jul 16, 1943 Alliance, NB
				23727 (MSN 9589) to USAAF May 24, 1943 - within US - SAC Andrews 1946 - SAC Offutt Aug 1950 to 1953 - card
					ends. to N2217S 1961.  Currently preserved for ground instruction with University of Illinois at Urbana, IL.
				23728 (MSN 9590) to USAAF  24May43.   to RAAF as A65-10 21Jun43.    3 AD 19Jun43.   34 Sqn RAAF VH-CTK 24Jun43.  
					7 AD RAAF 30Sep43.
					34 Sqn RAAF 09Oct43.  ANA Parafield 03Feb45.  34 Sqn RAAF 29Apr45.   Damaged on ground by US Army 
					vehicle at Zamboaga PI 10Jul45.  2 AD RAAF 14Nov45. 34 Sqn RAAF 06Dec45. AD storage 18Apr46.   
					Sold CDC to Guinea Airways for £6250 30Dec46.  VH-AVM "Morobe" registered 29May47.   
					N1433V Meteor Air Transport Jun53.   Brogue Electric ManufacturingCO US Dec63. 
					Jack Richards Aircraft Sales 1963.   Houston Air Center Inc 1965.   Houston Aviation Products 
					Corp 1968. Aero Finance Corp 31May78 
				23729 (MSN 9591) to USAAF 24May43. To RAAF as A65-11 21Jun43.  3 AD 22Jun43. 
					34 Sqn RAAF coded FD-G VH-CTJ 29Jun43.  1 AD RAAF 31Jan44. 34 Sqn RAAF 31Jan44.  
					Overshot landing Essendon Airport VIC Australia 02Oct44.  To ANA Parafield 01Apr45
					1 AD RAAF 16Jul45.  33 Sqn RAAF 02Aug45.  Ran off Lae Strip landing 15Feb46, crew uninjured.  
					Scrapped at Lae, New Guinea 14Mar46   
				23730 (MSN 9592)  to USAAF 27May43.  To RAAF as A65-12 (VH-CTN) Jun 23, 1943. Call Sign 'VHCTN' 27/06/43. 
					Rec 34Sqn RAAF ex 3AD 06/07/43.  Coded 34Sqn FD-H.  Ground accident Jul 31, 1943 at Essenden Vic 
					when civilian truck struck aircraft. Rec 7AD ex 34Sqn RAAF Sep 29, 1943. 
					Rec 34Sqn RAAF ex 7AD Oct 6, 1943. Accident Jul 2, 1944, Port elevator broke-off and left elevator damaged when a tail to tail start and 
					run up of another C-47 at Parafield. Repaired by ANA. Rec ANA Parafield ex 34Sqn RAAF Dec 9, 1944. Rec 34Sqn RAAF ex ANA Mar 9, 1945. 
					Rec 2AD ex 34Sqn RAAF Nov 14, 1945. Rec 34Sqn RAAF ex 2AD Nov 30, 1945. Rec 3AD ex 34Sqn RAAF Apr 18, 1946 To VH-AFK Commonwealth
					Australia, operated by ANA Sep 27, 1946 - To VH-TAN TA "Grev" Oct 8, 1947 - New Guinea Co 
					Nov 30, 1959 Mandated A/L VH-MAS reregistered Nov 11, 1960 - Anset MAL Jan 12, 1961 B-249 Far 
					East Air Tpt, Taiwan Apr 22, 1967 - (1975) - No longer registered .
				23731 (MSN 9593) to USAAF 25May43.  To RAAF as A65-13 21Jun43.  3 AD 21Jun43 27Jun43.  
					34 Sqn RAAF coded FD-G VH-CTL 02Jul43.  To ANA Parafield 21Mar45.  13 ARD RAAF 11Jun45.  
					34 Sqn RAAF 11Jul45.  2 AD RAAF 26Nov45.  34 Sqn RAAF 03Jan46.
					AD storage 18Apr46.  For sale by CDC 16Dec46.  To  MMA Perth 08Jan47 for spares.
					Registered VH-MMA.  Current at Darwin under restoration
				23732 (MSN 9594) to USAAF  24May43.  To RAAF as A65-14 23Jun43.   3 AD 22Jun43 27Jun43.  
					36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-L VH-CTM 28Jun43. 7 AD RAAF 19Dec43.  36 Sqn RAAF 11Mar44.  
					ANA Parafield 27Apr44. 36 Sqn RAAF 12May44.  ANA 02Jul45.
					1 AD RAAF 20Dec45.  111 ASRF RAAF 13Feb46.  RAAF Moresby 13Jan47.  DAP RAAF Parafield 23Feb51.
					TAA on loan 12Apr51.  SoN RAAF Base East Sale 18Jun51.  Modified as navigational trainer 24Jan52.
					RAAF Base East Sale 28Aug52.   Parafield to transfer navigation equipment to A65-84 02Nov55.
					1 AD RAAF 24Jul56.   DAP RAAF to have C-47B instrumentation installed 03Sep56.   
					RAAF Base East Sale 09May57.  DAP RAAF Parafield 01Jul60.  RAAF Base East Sale 14Apr61.  
					ARN Parafield 19Feb63.   RAAF Base East Sale 04Mar63.
					ARN Parafield 04Jul63 RAAF Base East Sale 05Dec63.   RAAF Base East Sale storage Lavert 17Jun69.
					Dept of Foreign Affairs Australian Aid as VH-AIG KAT Nov71. As foreign Aid Air America 
					Phnom Penh Station Aug73.  Dropped from the Khmer AF inventory Jun74 used for spares  
				23733 (MSN 9595) to USAAF May 24, 1943.  to RCAF as Dakota III 654 Jun 17, 1943.  164 T Sq.  Moncton,
					New Brunswick. 168 HT Sqdn.  SOC Feb 15, 1952
				23734 (MSN 9596) to USAAF May 29, 1943.  to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend Lease Jul 15, 1943 as CNAC-77.  Lost during flight from Tengchung to Dinjan
						Jan 6, 1945. The aircraft departed Kunming, China for Tengchung, China 6Jan45. It arrived over 
						Tengchung but was unable to land due to bad weather. The pilot decided to head to his home base at 
						Dinjan, Assam, India. He radioed Kunming but received no reply. No Fürther radio contact was made with this aircraft
 					Crew of 4 presumed killed.
				23735 (MSN 9597) to USAAF May 25, 1943.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend Lease Jul 15, 1943
				23736 (MSN 9598) to USAAF May 26, 1943.  To USSR Jun 3, 1943
				23737 (MSN 9599) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 5, 1943
				23738 (MSN 9600) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 4, 1943
				23739 (MSN 9601) to USAAF May 26, 1943.  to USSR Jun 5, 1943
				23740 (MSN 9602) to USAAF May 26, 1943.  to USSR Jun 7, 1943
				23741 (MSN 9603) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 4, 1943
				23742 (MSN 9604) to USAAF May 29, 1943.  to USSR Jun 12, 1943 
				23743 (MSN 9605) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 4, 1943
				23744 (MSN 9606) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 4, 1943
				23745 (MSN 9606) to USAAF Jun 2, 1943.  to USSR Jun 4, 1943
				23746 (MSN 9607) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 9, 1943
				23747 (MSN 9609) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 17, 1943
				23748 (MSN 9610) to USAAF May 27, 1943.  to USSR Jun 7, 1943
				23749 (MSN 9611) to USAAF May 28, 1943.  to USSR Jun 29, 1943
				23750 (MSN 9612) to USAAF May 28, 1943.  to USSR Jun 4, 1943
				23751 (MSN 9613) to USAAF May 29, 1943.  to USSR Jun 9, 1943
				23752 (MSN 9614) to USAAF May 28, 1943.   to USAAF May 28, 1943.  to USSR Jun 10, 1943
				23753 (MSN 9615) to USAAF May 28, 1943.  to USSR Jun 12, 1943
				23754 (MSN 9616) to USAAF.  To US Navy May 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12433 
				23755 (MSN 9617) to USAAF.  To US Navy May 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12434 
				23756 (MSN 9618) to USAAF.  To US Navy May 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12435 
				23757 (MSN 9619) to USAAF.  To US Navy May 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12436 
				23758 (MSN 9620) to USAAF.  To US Navy May 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12437 
				23759 (MSN 9621) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD899 Jun 14, 1943.  512 Sq Jun 25, 1943.  
					Forced landing in Regents Park, London Oct 6, 1943 after hitting balloon cable.
				23760 (MSN 9622) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD900 Jun 14, 1943. 512 SQ Jul 16, 1943, 
					511 Sq Jan 28, 1944, 525 Sq, 575 Sq Feb 5, 1945.   Crashed Mar 21, 1945, Lagens, Azores when 
					swung on takeoff and hit B-24 41-63243
				23761 (MSN 9623) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD901 Jun 27, 1943.   Civilianised Sep 15, 1943 
					as G-AGHM with BOAC.  Force landed Nov 13, 1943 Viario do Castelo, Portugal and interned.  To G-AGHM with
					BOAC again, then BEA leased Feb 26, 1946 to May 4, 1946.   Airways Training Ltd Jun 22, 1948.  Leased by BEA
					Oct 1, 1948 to Nov 3, 1948. To VP-KGI Skyways Ltd Nov 29, 1948, then G-AGHM again with Skyways LTD "Sky 
					Monitor" Nov 10, 1949.  BEA Pionair "Edward Maitland" Mar 21, 1951.  Cambrian Airways bought Aug 26, 1964
					following lease in 1961. To 5B-CBD with Worldinter Supply Services, Ltd, Nicosia, Cyprus (used by
					Cyprus Airways) May 1969.  WFU Jeddah 1975, derelict by 1981; restored by Saudia and by 
					1988 was installed on a traffic island in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, painted in Saudi Airlines colours.
				23762 (MSN 9624) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD902, delivered Jul 1, 1943. 
					UK 512 Sq Sep 22, 1943 - 511 Sq Jan 28, 1944 - 575 Sq Jan 22, 1945 - 1381 (T)CU Mar 21, 1946 - 
					22 MU Oct 1, 1946 - Scottish Avn Ltd bought Nov 27, 1946 - to G-AJIB with BEA registered Feb 18, 1947 - 
					Pionair "Grifflth Brewer" - East Anglian Flying Svces Feb 26, 1950 - Channel A/W Nov 1962 - 
					wfu Oct 10, 1965 - B/u Jan 1970, Southend.
				23763 (MSN 9625) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD903, delivered Jun 16, 1943. 
					To 512 Sqdn RAF Jul 7, 1943.  Crashed Dec 24, 1943 in Spain en route from Gibraltar to UK.
				23764 (MSN 9626) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD904, delivered Jun 27, 1943.  
					12 Sq Jul 13, 1943 - 271 Sq Jan 24, 1944 - 24 Sq Feb 8, 1944 - 512 Sq Feb 21, 1944 - 
					105 (T)OTU Mar 16, 1944 - 108 (T)OTU Oct 27, 1944 - 1382 (T)CU Sep 22, 1945 - 22 MU 05 Jul 1946.  
					Returned to USAAF Jul 7, 1947.  To 00-AWJ in 1947.
					Sabena bought Jul 7, 1947 - Congo Dec 8, 1948 - Used in Libya from 1959 and leased to Linair Jul 1963 - 
					Belgian Intl Air Svces Nov 23, 1966 - Used for spares Tripoli ca Apr 1, 1970.
				23765 (MSN 9627) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD905, delivered Jun 26, 1943.  
					To 512 Sq Jul 13, 1943, to 511 Sq Feb 16 1944.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.
				23766 (MSN 9628) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD906, delivered Jun 18, 1943.  Transferred to 
					South African AF Jul 2, 1943 as 6802.  On 4/28/50 it was registered as ZS-DDV with Crusader Airways, 
					later going to Africair. On 10/19/50 it was registered as G-AJXL to British European Airways, 
					but the following month was re-registered as G-AMGD to avoid radio confusion with G-ALXL. 
					Aircraft was named “George Brackley.” The aircraft went to Autair Ltd on 4/13/60 and then changed 
					hands a few more times until on 11/30/61 it was registered as VP-YTT with Autair (Rhodesia) Ltd 
					and later Rhodesian Air Services. On 12/8/65 it became ZS-EKK in South Africa, then in Dec. 
					1971 it went to Swazi Air as 3D-AAV. WFU on 8/2/73 but in June 1974 was in South Africa as ZA-IWL 
					with Comair. The aircraft then went to Ethiopian Airlines in 1983 as ET-AIA. Now displayed restored 
					at Ethiopian Airlines headquarters in Addis Ababa.
				23767 (MSN 9629) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD907, delivered Jun 22, 1943.  Transferred 
					to South African AF Jul 29, 1943 as 6803.  WFU Feb 14, 1945.  Subsequently to ZS-DER with 
					Kiersley AAV Nov 8, 1950, to XY-ACR with Union of 
					Burma Airways Feb 7, 1951.  W/o near Lashio, Burma in midair explosion May 25, 1969.
				23768 (MSN 9630) to USAAF Jun 1, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD908, delivered Jun 28, 1943.  Transferred to
					South African AF Jul 29, 1943 as 6804.  To ZS-AVIS with Affrican AAV "Mt Anderson" registered Aug 17, 1946.
					Crashed Sep 15, 1952 Carolina, Transvaal
				23769 (MSN 9631) to USAAF Jun 5, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Jan 12, 1946.  To RFC Jul 16, 1946.  Rebuilt as 
					DC-3C MSN 43088.  OO-AUY Sabena 13Feb47  EC-BEC Spantax 06Jun66  Delta Air  Tpt, Antwerp 08Jun71   
					OO-DVG 25Jul71  N3433Y Jack Adams Aircraft Sales 19Nov72   E W Craft, Carollton, GA US  Jan75  
					Academy Airlines  Jan76. Meridian Air Cargo, Meridian, MS Mar77.  Transwest Air Express  Jan78.  
					S E Bird, San Francisco, CA US 08Feb78.  Salair Inc, Belle Vue, WA US 22Jul80.
					WFU Boeing Fld, WA US May 1983
				23770 (MSN 9632) to USAAF Jun 4, 1943.  In USA.  To ATS Feb 1946.  To SAC Jan 27, 1949.  Chatham -
					Barksdale to Oct 1954 --card ends.  Wfu Aug 1961; to N36176; wfu
				23771 (MSN 9633) to USAAF Jun 1943.  Stored MASDC Aug 1961.  To N87640 Aero American Corp 1961 -- World 
					Weather Inc, Midland, TX (Feb 1970) - CF-CTD North Canada Air Ltd, Prince Albert, Sask
					Nov 8, 1972 - cancelled Oct 1979 - N87640 Oklahoma Acft Corp, Yukon, OK registered Jan 14, 1980 - 
					Medical Air Tpt Inc, Miami, FL registered Nov 14, 1980. - Sale reported Jul 1983 (Hialeah, FL).
				23772 (MSN 9634) to USAAF Jul 1943.  To Spanish AF as T.3-56 Mar 13, 1963.  SOC Aug 1976
				23773 (MSN 9635) to USAAF Jun 1943, Am Theater 10th TCG 38th TCS at AAF Camp Mackall Field NC US 20Dec43
					While attached to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, on Dec 20, 1943 damaged 
					in a landing accident at Knollwood Airport, NC. To MASDC Mar 22, 1946.  To Massachusetts NG
					Mar 31, 1947On Aug 1, 1950 attached to 101FS/102FG at Logan 
					Airport, MA damaged in a taxi accident at Otis AFB. Again on Apr 15, 1951 at Logan Airport damaged 
					in a weather related take off accident. To civil registry as N3139F.  Impounded at Nassau, Bahamas
					for drug smuggling in 1984. next to Dominican Republic as HI-463 with Confisa SA registered Apr 9, 1986,
					cancelled.  Last reported in Nassau in 1988.
				23774 (MSN 9636) to USAAF Jun 4, 1943 - within US - lTC 1945 - Davis Monthan Apr 1946 -   
					To OH NG 166FT Mar 31, 1947 -166FS Dec 1949 to 1952 - ANG 182FB May 4, 1953 - card ends. 
					Conv to SC-47A; redesignated as HC-47A on 18 Sep 1962; wfu Jun 30, 1969. 				
				23775 (MSN 9637) to USAAF Jun 5, 1943--1st Troop Carrier Squadron, Dunnellon, FL 23Jun44; 
					3750th Technical School, Sheppard, TX 16Jun49; Prestwick MTO 17Nov53; designated SC-47A 31Jan57; 
					4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron (Jungle Jim), Eglin, FL (1961); 
					MASDC, Davis-Monthan, AZ 2Jun62; re-designated HC-47A 22Oct62
				23776 (MSN 9638) to USAAF Jun 5, 1943 - Within USA with 310th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					315th Troop Carrier Group, Alliance AAB, NB. Crash landed after mid-air collision 15 miles SSE of 
					Crawford, NB 21Feb44. Surveyed 22Feb44 at Alliance, NB
				23777 (MSN 9639) to USAAF Jun 5, 1943 - within US - ATC Mar6, 1944 - Davis Monthan AMC Apr 30, 1946 - GA
					National Guard Mar 31, 1947 - Suffolk ADC Apr 30, 1951 to Nov 1953 - card ends
				23778 (MSN 9640) to USAAF Jun 7, 1943 - Within USA - W/o 27 Jul 1944 at Peterson Field, CO 
					Surveyed Aug 2, 1944 Peterson, CO
				23779 (MSN 9641) to USAAF Jun 4, 1943 - Within USA - Salvaged May 8, 1947 Greenville, MS
				23780 (MSN 9642) to USAAF Jun 4, 1943.  To RFC Mar 25, 1953   To NC61442 with Continental Airlines.  Later 
					to Frontier Airline "Sunliner" as N61442.  Crashed Mar 12, 1964 near Miles City, MT
					Struck a ridge while approaching Miles City in sleet and freezing rain while on a VOR 
					instrument approach. The descent below obstructing terrain, for reasons undetermined, 
					during an instrument approach in adverse weather conditions. All 5 onboard killed.
				23781 (MSN 9643) to USAAF Jun 4, 1943, while attached to 301TCS/441TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, 
					on Feb 15, 1944 was severely damaged in a forced landing after an engine failure 1/2 mile SW of Sophia, NC.
					Surveyed May 26, 1944
				23782 (MSN 9644) to USAAF Jun 1943-nocard-xx-FrenchAF (MDAP) Indo-China Oct 14, 1952 - GT1/64
					"F-RBDE?" GTI/62 Feb 1955 - GTI/64 Oct 1955 - Dbr Jan 19, 1956 L( Bourget - Repaired and 
					flown as "48994" Oct 25, 1956 ELA 56 Mar 1958 - GSRA 76 "F-SEYC" Feb 1959 - GOAI 88 "FSCJC" 
					Sep 1962 - GTLA 2/60 "FRAJS" Jan 1967 F-BRAM Ordre de Malta L Sep 1968 - French AF 1969
					TZ341 Mali AF Jul 1969.
				23783 (MSN 9645) to USAAF Jun 5, 1943,  While attached to 317TCS/1PTG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, on Sep 24, 1944 crashed 
					5 miles W of AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC on a night parachute drop. The plane was part of a six-ship 
					formation that had departed Lumberton AAF on a night time parachute drop. The aircraft were flying 
					in a V of V's formation dropping parachute supply bundles near Camp MacKall. The aircraft collided 
					with the parachute bundle dropped from a preceding airplane. The bundle hit the control surface of 
					the right hand wing. The airplane rolled out of control and entered a spin. The pilot could not 
					recover from the spin and the airplane crashed and burned.  Surveyed Sep 25, 1944.  Reclamation 
					Oct 16, 1944
				23784 (MSN 9646) to USAAF Jun 7, 1943.  In USA -- W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Sedalia AAF, MO.  
					Instrument aircraft Scandalia, MO Jun 29, 1943
				23785 (MSN 9647) to USAAF Jun 7, 1943.  In USA -- Instrument aircraft Lawson Field, GA Jul 8, 1947
				23786 (MSN 9648) to USAAF Jun 8, 1943.  73rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Alliance AAB, NB. Fatal mid-air collision with C-53D ? 42-68785 and crashed 19 miles west of Hemingford, NB 10Jul43.
					Six transport planes were flying in a V-formation near Hemingford, NB. They were attempting to cross over to a 
					right echelon formation when the mid-air collision occurred. C-47A ? 42-23786 crossed over and descended on top of 
					C-53D ? 42-68785. The C-47 struck the C-53 in the port wing with its starboard wing. The C-47 lost part of its wing 
					and crashed out of control.  4 airmen on each plane killed.  Surveyed Jul 11, 1943
				23787 (MSN 9649) to USAAF Jun 5, 1943.  In USA - To RFC Jun 14, 1946.  To NC41358 with United Airlines
					"Mainliner Cleveland" leased Jun 21, 1946.  To Marine Products Co Jun 2, 1950.  To CF-QBE with Quebecair
					May 25, 1956.  W/o in hangar fire Jul 13, 1958 at Rimouski, Quebec.
42-23788/23962		Douglas C-47A-35-DL
				MSN 9650/9824.  Contract No. C-20669
				23788 (MSN 9650) to USAAF Jun 8, 143 - Baer Fld lTC 1944 - San Bernardino AMC Jul 22, 1946 - Puerto Rico NG
					Sep 1949 - Isla Grande 198FB Jul 22, 1952 - Arkansas Air National Guard 184TRS Nov 1953 to 1954 - card ends.
					Stored Davis Monthan Dec 1969.  Scrapped May 1972l
				23789 (MSN 9651) to USAF Jun 1943.  To RCAF as 650 May 31, 1943.  164 T Sqdn RCAF, Moncton,
					New Brunswick.  WFU Dec 7, 1946.  To Philippine AF as HHP 223789 Apr 1972.  WFU Nov 1980.
				23790 (MSN 9652) to USAAF Jun 7, 1943.  To Bolivia Apr 2, 1946
				23791 (MSN 9653) to USAAF Jun 7, 1943.  5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 334 Aug 29, 1943.  
					Flown to Australia by them Aug 29, 1943.  Brisbane Sep 11, 1943 - Manila - Reclamation Apr 29, 1948
				23792 (MSN 9654) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943 -- In USA -  Stored Jan 10, 1946 to Jul 9, 1946.  
					To NC79044 Caribbean Atlantic Airlines.  To Interstate Air Service, Santurce, Puerto Rico 1971.  
					Cancelled 1971
				23793 (MSN 9655) to USAAF Jun 13, 1943 - within USA - ITC 316th TCG - Wisconsin NG Oct 15, 1947 
					to Feb 11, 1953 (and probably to 1964).  Stored Davis Monthan Dec 1969.  Scrapped May 1972.
				23794 (MSN 9656) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943 - In USA - Dec 9, 1948 engine failure forced landing on the Greenland 
					icecap. rescued after several failed attempts resulting in lost of a SB-17 & rescue glider (SB-17 44-83724) 
					crews rescued by ski-equipped C-47.  To reclamation May 20, 1949
				23795 (MSN 9657) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943. While assigned to the 302TCS/441TCG from AAF Camp Mackall Field, the aircraft 
					crashed due to structural failure on Feb 7, 1944 near Parkton, NC. The C-47A was on a local flight out of 
					AAF Camp Mackall Field. It was maneuvering at an altitude of 6000 feet when it stalled in an 
					inverted attitude. Witnesses say the plane was doing a loop at the time. The crew attempted to 
					recover, but overstressed the fuselage in doing so. The airplane broke up in midair.
				23796 (MSN 9658) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 9, 1945.  To RFC May 21, 1946.  
					To civil registry as NC17140 with Kansas City Southern Skyways Inc, Kansas City, MO.  
					Babb Co, Inc, Glendale, CA; To Aviation Maintenance Corp, Van Nuys, CA (for conversion for Greece). 
					to USAF as C-47 49-2624;  departed Van Nuys c14Oct49.  To Royal Hellenic AF as 49-2624; 
					355 Transport Squadron, Elefsis;  Crashed on Mount Kitheronas, Greece 12Jan70.
				23797 (MSN 9659) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943- In USA -Stored Dec 27, 1945 - To RFC May 21, 1946 - 
					To NC15558 -  To PP-YPR REAL Oct31, 1949 - To PT-BEL R H Robaima Jun 1, 1959 - To PP-AST 
					Apr 16, 1962 - Sold in USA - cancelled May 29, 1967.
				23798 (MSN 9660) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943 - In USA -- Stored Nov 25, 1945 - To RFC Jun 18, 1946.
					Rebuilt as DC-3C MSN 43090.  00-AUZ Sabena 19Feb47.  Congo 26Jul51.  Belgium 09Mar61  
					EC-BED  Spantax 06Jun66.  OO-GVG Delta Air Tpt 19Mar71.  N3433H Jack Adams Aircraft Sales Inc Oct72
					Lano Inti Inc Mar75.  BuckeyeAvn  Meridian Air Cargo, Meridian, MS 12Jul75.  Current 2011  
				23799 (MSN 9661) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943.  In USA -- To RFC Nov 16, 1945.  
					Leased to YV-AZN TACA de Venezuela.  NLR
				23800 (MSN 9662) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS and 
					flown to Australia by them 21Jul43.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight 05Sep43 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.  ToRFC Jun 26, 1946.  
					Rebuilt as DC-3C MSN 43088.  To OO-AUX Sabena on 4 Feb 1947; Congo 08Dec48   
					Air Katanga L  90-CUX NTU   OO-AUX Dec61 Delta Air Tpt, Antwerp 21Sep68
					w/o 8 May 1970 at Schiphol, Netherlands
				23801 (MSN 9663) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Sedalia AAF, MO.  
					Surveyed Jul 11, 1943 Alliance, NB
				23802 (MSN 9664) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  In USA.  805th Base Unit, Alliance Field, NB; damaged 21Jun44 taxying at 
					Scottsbluff AAB, NB; Lend-Lease to Norway; Canadair-Vickers for overhaul; Ferried to Leuchars, Scotland 11Jun45; 
					Norge Luftfartstyre [Royal Norwegian Air Transport], Norway 24Apr46; delivered to Royal Norwegian AF, 
					Dorval, Montreal 30Apr45 as 42-23802, then to civil registry with Det Norske Luftfartselskab (DNL) as LN-IAP 
					"Nordpol" Oct 9, 1947.  Damaged while parked by B-17G 42-39303 taxying at Nicosia, Cyprus 8Jun48; 
					To SAS "Halvdan Viking" 1Aug48; Royal Danish AF 26Oct53 as serial 68-681, later as K-681; Eskadrille 721; 
					radio call sign OY-JBL;  To civil registry as OY-DDA Dec 1980.  WFU 31Dec80; Danmarks Flyvemuseum, Billund 1986; 
					Preserved and on display at Tekniske Museum, Helsingor, Denmark; painted as Danish Air Lines, OY-DDA “Sven Viking”;
				23803 (MSN 9665) to USAAF Jun 11, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 11, 1946 - To RFC Jun 5, 1946 - to NC44996 
					West Coast Airlines "102" Nov 6, 1946 - Aerodyne Corp, Renton, WA bought Jan 28, 1969/registered 
					Apr 9, 1969.  To  Factory Buying Inc., Eagle Pass, TX Feb 5, 1981.   FBN Flying Service,
					McAllen, TX Jul 1983 .  Crashed Oct 31, 1983 Laredo, TX.   N44896 derelict fuselage at McAllen, TX, in
					Jan 1989.
				23804 (MSN 9666) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 15, 1946  - To RFC Jun 5, 1946 - 
					To NC79015 IS E B Freeman Jr, J J French & C A Minty - To PP-XCL Lloyd & Azarian May 1949 
					To PP-VBP of S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense (Varig)  Feb 20, 1950 - cancelled May 
					29, 1970 - B/u 1972.
				23805 (MSN 9667) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943 -- In USA - To RFC Sep 28, 1945.  To CU-T5 with Aerovias Q in 
					Havana from 1946-1954.  Then to US civil registry as N2020A, to N66B with National Gypsum Co. and N61A 
					with Parker Pen Co in Janesville, WI.  Last known registration
					was N6110 which it held through ownership by Rockford Newspapers, Inc, Rock Valley College, EAA (1976-1978),
					EAA Museum Foundation, Hales Corner, WI 1976.  Basler Flight service, Oshkosh WI registered 
					Oct 6, 1978, Air Tran Leasing Inc, Bossier City, LA regisered Jan 1982.  Not sure of its 
					ultimate fate.
				23806 (MSN 9668) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Nov 16, 1945 - To PP-XAZ Valadares Vasconcellos 
					1946 - To PP-LPE Linhas Acreas Paulistas Nov 12, 1946 - Loidc Aereo Nacional bought Apr 1951 but NTU - 
					To CB-83 Lloyd Aereo Boliviano Jul 22, 1951 - To CP-583 reregistered 01Oct S3 VIBAS (1978) - 
					Centro de Entrcnamiento Aeronautico (Feb 1979) - Lineas Acreas Canedo (1981)
				23807 (MSN 9669) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943 - In USA - Stored Mar 26, 1946 - To RFC May 21, 1946.  Rebuilt as
					DC-3C MSN 43085.  To NC37499 on 11 Dec 1946; Creole Petroleum Corp 11Dec46.  YV-P-EPF Creolo Petroleum 
					Corp 03May57  YV-29CP.  YV-475CP  cancelled 23Mar76  YV-247C Turismo DE US Oriente "Guai cai Puro" 
					14Aug76.   Opa Locka Mar81  
				23808 (MSN 9670) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943 - within US at TC43 - FEA MTC May 9, 1951 - Kunsan 3BL Aug 19, 1951 -
					Kimpo 4FI 0ct 4, 1953 -Suwon 51FIWg Jun 1954 - later as '0-23808' - N840MB used by Collier 
					Mosquito Control District, Naples, FL registered Feb 13, 1977, spraying.   to Colombia Police as 
					PNC-0258 Apr06  current 2011 
				23809 (MSN 9671) to USAAF Jun 8, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Jun 8, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12438
				23810 (MSN 9672) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Jul 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12439
				23811 (MSN 9673) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Jul 29, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12440
				23812 (MSN 9674) to USAAF Jun 28, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Jun 28, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12441
				23813 (MSN 9675) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943.  To US Marine Corps Jun 10, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12442
				23814 (MSN 9676) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD909 Jun 27, 1943.  DBR with 31 Sq when hit
					obstruction while landing at Chittagong Sep 23, 1943.
				23815 (MSN 9677) to USAAF Jun 10, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD910 Jun 4, 1943.  Crashed with 62 Sq Mar 21, 
					1944, Chandina, India.
				23816 (MSN 9678) to USAAF Jun 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD911 Jun 27, 1943 .  Crashed with 194 Sq Apr 9, 
					1944, Palel, India.
				23817 (MSN 9679) to USAAF Jun 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD912 Jun 28, 1943.  353 Sqdn RAF.  
					Sold to Indian government Feb 27, 1947.
				23818 (MSN 9680) to USAAF Jun 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD913 Jul 1, 1943.  Crashed with 62 Sq Jan 12,
					1944, Nowgong, Chattarpur, India.  DBR when overshot landing and struck trees.
				23819 (MSN 9681) to USAAF Jun 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD914 Jun 30, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian Government Nov 28, 1946.  To Indian AF as MA964 Sep 25, 1947
				23820 (MSN 9682) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD915 Jul 1, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF.
					435 Sqdn RAF.  Missing Feb 12, 1945 on supply drop to Budalin, Burma.
				23821 (MSN 9683) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD916 Jun 29, 1943.  India Aug 3, 1943.  
					62 Sqdn RAF.  31 Sqdn RAF, 52 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Jan 1, 1947.  No record of fate.
				23822 (MSN 9684) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD917 Jul 2, 1943.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					52 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23823 (MSN 9685) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD918 Jun 29, 1943.  India Aug 12, 1943.
					31 Sqdn RAF, 353 Sqdn RAF.  9 FU RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				23824 (MSN 9686) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD919 Jun 19, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					31 Sqdn RAF.   India Feb 22, 1945.  DBR Jan 9, 1946 Semarang, Indonesia.  SOC May 30, 1946
				23825 (MSN 9687) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD920 Jun 29, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					Intid Feb 22, 1945.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23826 (MSN 9688) to USAAF Jun 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD921 Jul 1, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					Destroyed in air raid, Antimachia, Kos, Italy Sep 18, 1943
				23827 (MSN 9689) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD922 Jun 30, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					India Nov 5, 1943.   Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-DET Oct 1950.  Cancelled Jan 19, 1960
				23828 (MSN 9690) to USAAF Jun 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD923 Jun 30, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					India 194 Sqdn May 31, 1945.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				23829 (MSN 9691) to USAAF Jun 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD924 Jul 3, 1943. 31 Sqdn RAF.
					62 Sqdn RAF, India Nov 5, 1943.  Missing Nov 8, 1944 40 mi SW of Mawlaik, presumed shot down by enemy
					fighters.
				23830 (MSN 9692) to USAAF Jun 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD925 Jul 16, 1943.  To South African AF 
					Aug 15, 1943. 28 Sqdn SAAF.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF
					May 29, 1947.  To Iran Air as EP-ACJ.  W/o Dec 25, 1952 when crashed on landing at Tehran-Mehrabad 
					Airport, Iran. 4 crew and 23 passengers killed.
				23831 (MSN 9693) to USAAF Jun 17, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD926 Jun 29, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					117 Sqdn RAF.  India Feb 22, 1945.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23832 (MSN 9694) to USAAF Jun 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD927 Jun 29, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					To South African AF Dec 22, 1943. 28 Sqdn SAAF.  216 Sqdn RAF, 78 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to
					Devlet Hava Yollari (DHY) of Turkey as TC-EGE Jul 25, 1946.
					Crashed into dry river bed from height of 450 feet following
					an engine fire on takeoff from Ankara, Turkey Sep 25, 1953.
					5 of 21 onboard killed.
				23833 (MSN 9695) to USAAF Jun 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD928 Jun 30, 1943.  117 Sqen RAF.
					To India Nov 5, 1943, 62 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed Feb 13, 1945 near Kangla, Assam, India
				23834 (MSN 9696) delivered Jun 15, 1943.  In USA - W/o 14 Mar 1944 at La Guardia Field, NY 
					Surveyed Mar 17, 1944, Alliance, NB
				23835 (MSN 9697) delivered Jun 15, 1943.  original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 309 and 
					flown to Australia by them 23Aug43. 5th AF Brisbane Aug 24, 1943.  Manila.  Condemned Oct 9, 1945 salvage.
				23836 (MSN 9698) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943.  Elmendorf, Alaska. Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
					 To Imperial Iranian AF Nov 30, 1962.  
				23837 (MSN 9699) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943.  W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Shemya, AK 
				23838 (MSN 9700) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943.  Elmendorf, Alaska Apr 30, 1944. In midair with P-40N 44-7695 at Ajo AAF,
					AZ Aug 7, 1945.  Became NC49538 in Jun 1946 with Mount 
					McKinley Airfreight Company at Anchorage, AK, then N7V.  Proctor and Gamble Ltd converted it to a DC-3 in 
					1950 as N3W, then N3PG.  To First National Stores of Somerville, MA Feb 1969 as N308FN.  To S. J. Hunter 
					Realty Ltd, Sayville, NY (May 1972), South Bay Electric Supply Co, Inc Patchogue, NY Jul 1972.  To Air 
					Cardinal in Canada  then CF-EEX with Aladin Safaris, Dorval, QP Jul 29, 1973, Air Caravane leased Jul 1973.  
					To Golfe Air Quebec, Hauterive, QP (1975), then C-FEEX with Golfe Air Quebec then AirGava.
					Feb 1982 to Century Airlines of Pontiac, Michigan as N2669A.  Then to Spain with ARM Paife
					as EC-187 then EC-FNS Aug 1992.  Bought by Mistair as N47FK named "Fifi Kate".  To Aces High Flying Museum, Dakota
					Club, North Weald, Exxes.  Starred in "Band of Brothers" with D-Day serial 292912 and other films.
					Noted in open storage at Lee-on-Solent Airfield, England Oct 2003, wearing false serial 292912.
					Leased by Aviodrome from Mistair for summer of 2004.  N47FK became HK-4700X, ferried thru Opa Locka, Fl
					May 20101 for Laser Aero Colombia.  As HK-4700 on Nov 6, 2010 sustained substantial damage in accident
					at Puerto Carreno-Guerima Airport, Colombia.  No fatalities.  Repaired, but crashed May 8, 2014 near
					San Vicente del Caguan, Colombia.  2 pilots and four crew members killed.
				23839 (MSN 9701) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943. W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Taylor Field, FL. To Orlando AAB 438 TCT Aug 1943. 
					To SAC Bolling 1947.  6AG 1950 to 1954.  Card ends.  To Chile AF as 967
				23840 (MSN 9702) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943 - original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 313 23Aug43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  Sth AF Brisbane Aug 24, 1943 - Damaged while parked Nadzab 07Feb44, repaired.
					USA Jan 21, 1945 - Condemned Oct 12, 1946 - Salvage Apr 29, 1948 Oahu, HI.
				23841 (MSN 9703) to USAAF Jun 1943 - SthAF Aug 22, 1943 - returned to USA Jul  2, 1944 - Eglin PGC 
					Jun 30, 1946 to 1948 - Muroc APG Feb 1949 - Eglin APG Jun 10, 1954 - card ends.
					Wfu; to HK-1221G in May 1968; w/o 24 Nov 1980 at Medellin, Colombia
				23842 (MSN 9704) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Sep 27, 1943.  W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Shemya, AK 
					Condemned Mar 1, 1944
				23843 (MSN 9705) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943.  original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 303 "Bull of the Woods" 24Aug43 
					flown to Australia by them.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 24, 1943.  Gas truck backed into aircraft at Lae Jan 6, 1944.
					Manila.  Condemned Oct 29, 1945, salvage.
				23844 (MSN 9706) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 308 24Aug43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 24, 1943.  Wheel of 42-23844 308 of dropped into a hole taxiing at 
					Gusap and aircraft spun hitting 42-23916 of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS, both repaired.  Damaged landing 
					Milne Bay NG 13Apr44, repaired. Condemned Feb 16, 1945, salvage
				23845 (MSN 9707) to USAAF Jun 15, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  W/o 31 Oct 1944 at Elmendorf, AK
				23846 (MSN 9708) to USAAF Jun 16, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Oct 8, 1943.  TO RFC Jun 30, 1946.  To Frontier Airlines as N91003.  
					W/o Sep 30, 1967.
				23847 (MSN 9709) to USAAF Jun 16, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 311 and flown to Australia
					 by them 24Aug43.   5th AF Brisbane Aug 25, 1943.  Crash landed Lae, New Guinea Nov 11, 1943.
				23848 (MSN 9710) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Oct 2,, 1943.  W/o at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Nov 4, 1943
				23849 (MSN 9711) to USAAF Jun 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Oct 5, 1943.  W/o 21 Oct 1944 in Alaska
					Condemned Oct 22, 1944 AFMSC
				23850 (MSN 9712) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Oct 5, 1943.  To RFC Jul 19 1946.  To NC91054. 
					To the Babb Company, Glendale, CA 27Jul49. Registration cancelled 22Aug49. To Mutual Defense Assistance 
					Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. To Royal Hellenic 
					Air Force as 49-26xx.
				23851 (MSN 9713) to USAAF  Jun 15, 1943.  Original aircraft of 13th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS 26Jul43 flown to Australia by them  
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of A flight numbered 213 05Sep43. 
					5th AF 403rd TCG 65th TCS on attachment from 13th AF 09Nov43.  Both engines cut out and ditched 0.25 mile off 
					Lae, New Guinea 08Dec43. no injuries.  Condemned Dec 9, 1943 accident
				23852 (MSN 9714) to USAAF Jun 16, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jun 11, 1946. To NC47965 Aero Supply, Assocs - V Barros
					Neto & F Echariz Mar 10, 1947 - PP-BRF Linhas Acreas Brasileiras Jul 7, 1947 but ntu - PP-KAD Viacao 
					Aerca Brasil Sep 4, 1947 - PP-ANT Tptes Aereos Nacional R Aug 1953 - REAL, Sep56 - Varig Aug61 - 
					HK-1316 Avianca Sep 1966 - HK-1316G Direcion General de Aduanas 1968 - wfu Bogota Oct 1976.
					WFU, derelict at Madrid, Colombia.
				23853 (MSN 9715) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943 - Elmendorf, AK Oct 6, 1943 - To RFC Jul 19, 1946 - to NC79077 Dianne C Bixby
					Burbank, CA - Carstedt Air Co, Long Beach CA - XA-PUR iniario Lopez Dec 10, 1965 - cancelled 1973.
				23854 (MSN 9716) to USAAF Jun 17, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 2, 1943 Elmendorf, AK Oct 7, 1943 - Div Jul 19, 1946 - 
					To NC17193 L Carson A/L Aug 22, 1947 - Flying Tiger Line leased - Aerial Contractors Aug 21, 1950 - 
					World Air Charter - Air Nevada Inc leased 1953, bought later - To CC-CBG LAN-Chile "210" NoN?53 - 
					CC-CLDP reregistered - Crashed Apr 3, 1961 Lastima PeJerreva Hill, Llico, Prov Curico, Chile.  All 24
					onboard killed.
				23855 (MSN 9717) to USAAF Jun 16, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Oct 6, 1943.  Condemned Oct 11, 1945
				23856 (MSN 9718) to USAAF Jun 17, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 60 Polly  27Aug43 
					5th AF 433rd TCG 69th TCS as 354 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCDZ.  
					Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of C flight.  Midair collision with C47A 42-92028 near Dumpu 13Jun44.
					Collided with 151 of 57th TCS taxiing Biak 27Jul44. To 475th Serv Sqn.  to 5th AF 374th TCG Apr45 
					Racloban Dec 15, 1945.  Salvage
				23857 (MSN 9719) to USAAF Jun 17, 1943 - original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS 29Aug43  flown to Australia 
					by them to SerSq 29Jan44.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 29, 1943 - Manila - Condemned Dec 23, 1946 -   to civil registry 
					as PI-C130 Philippine Airlines 13Feb47  to N94590 19Sep55  to PP-YQR REAL bought Jan56  
					N9319R Remmert Werner Inc Sep 30, 1949 - Sinclair Somal Corp. Mar 1961 - Int'l Deval Corp, Danville OH 
					1965 - Libyan Avn Co Ltd L - Diamond Lsg Corp, Reno, NV - 1966 leased to LAVCO - N480F reregisterd 
					1966 - Zapata 1972 - Ray Geophiscal Nov 1972 - Bechtel (Nov,75) - Pyramid AL. Egypt L 1977 - ATC Inc, 
					Valetta, Malta May 9, 1978 -  W/o Jul 19, 1983.  Cancelled Jan 1984.
				23858 (MSN 9720) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane Aug 27, 1943 - Rctd USA - Stored Jan 12, 1946 - 
					To RFC Jul 1, 1946.  Registered NC18027; Babb Co, Inc, Glendale, CA Jul 27, 1949.
					Registration cancelled Aug 27, 1949.  To Mutual Defense Assistance Program 
					as 49-2638; rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale CA; departed Van Nuys c8Nov49; 
					Royal Hellenic AF as 49-2638; 355 Transport Squadron, Elefsis; 355/1 Flight, Sedes, Thessaloniki 
					c1976; stored Jun80; 355/1 Flight, Sedes, Thessaloniki c1976; WFU by Nov93; derelict Sedes, Thessaloniki, 
					Greece [last noted Nov14]
				23859 (MSN 9721) to USAAF Jun 17, 1943. Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS as 386 31Aug43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  Condemned Mar 14, 1945, accident.
				23860 (MSN 9722) to USAAF Jun 17, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 3284 "Sure Skin" 26Aug43 
					flown to Australia by them.  Tacloban.  Damaged while parked Lae, New Guinea 11Feb44, repaired
					With 529th TCG lost Sep 6, 1945, SW Pacific.  Observed to be on fire and apparently exploded in midair 
					and crashed over a wide area over the San Jacinico Strait between Leyte and Samar into San Pedro Bay. 
				23861 (MSN 9723) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943 - Elmendorf, AK Oct 14, 1943 - To RFC Jul 12, 1946.  To NC54312 
					NorthernA/L - All American Avn bought May 19, 1948 - All American Airlines Jan 2, 1953 -By 1954 was N91224 
					of Allegheny Airlines.  N144A reregistered 1959 - Ortner Air Svces Inc, Wakeman, OH Jun 5, 1964 -
					Stoney's Rainbow Lanes and Lounge Inc, Elyria, OH 1974 - Crashed Sep 11, 1975 Wakeman. OH.
				23862 (MSN 9724) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 329 26Aug43 flown 
					to Australia by them.  Manila.  Condemned Aug 2, 1945, missing.
				23863 (MSN 9725) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 331 26Aug43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  Tires blew on take off Finschhafen, New Guinea 21Mar44.  Condemned Apr 3, 1944, accident.
				23864 (MSN 9726) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Feb 28, 1946.  To RFC Jun 14, 1946.
					To Stewart Air service as NC74678 Nov 30, 1949. To N47FK, to Aerolineas del
					Pacifico (1963-1979) as XA-VIZ.  To Aerolineas California Pacifico SA (ACAPSA) in 1977
				23865 (MSN 9727) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 26, 1943. Flown with Australian radio c/s VHPAF;
					Tacloban-  To RFC Jun 1, 1946.  To Netherlands Navy as Q-6.  Reserialled as W-6; To AURI Oct 7, 1950.
				23866 (MSN 9728) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 11 May 1944 at Pope Field, NC.  Surveyed May 12, 1944
				23867 (MSN 9729) to USAAF Jun 18, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Oct 10, 1943.  W/o 18 Mar 1945 at Ft Randall, AK
				23868 (MSN 9730) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 326 02Sep43 flown to Australia by them  
					Strafed 17Jan44.  Struck by taxiing B-24 Biak 21Aug44, repaired by 69th Serv Sqn.  WFU 16Aug47 .  
					Salvage Apr 29, 1948
				23869 (MSN 9731) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS as 382 24Aug43 flown 
					to Australia by them.  Strafed on ground at Gusap NG by Japanese Tonys destroyed by fire 06Nov43.			
					Condemned Nov 7, 1943.
				23870 (MSN 9732) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  Elmendorf, AK Sep 28, 1943.  With 54th TCG lost at Ft. Glenn, AK
					Sep 9, 1944.  MACR 8877
				23871 (MSN 9733) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 30, 1943.  Manila.  Condemned Jan 5, 1946, salvage
				23872 (MSN 9734) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 29, 1943.  Condemned Dec 18, 1944, salvage.
				23873 (MSN 9735) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 27, 1943.  Condemned Jan 9, 1944, accident
				23874 (MSN 9736) to USAAF Jun 19, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS as 385 30Aug43 flown to Australia 
					by them 02Sep43. Left wing tip hit tree taxiing 08Jan44 truck struck aircraft while it was being taxiied 
					Nadzab No. 5 26Jan44, repaired.   Damaged taxiing Nadzab No. 5 17Feb44, repaired.  WFU 30Apr45 
				23875 (MSN 9737) to USAAF Jun 21, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS as 378 24Aug43 flown 
					to Australia by them.   Landed downwind at Nadzab and left tire blew causing nose over 03Nov43, repaired. 
					Damaged on take off Lae, New Guinea 22Feb44.  WFU 24Feb44 
				23876 (MSN 9738) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCB, 55th TCS as 108 at Brisbane Sep 3, 1944.  
					Tacloban.  Condemned Feb 4, 1946, salvage
				23877 (MSN 9739) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Dec 9, 1945.  To RFC Jun 21, 1946.  
					Rebuilt as DC-3C MSN 43091.  To OO-AWG with Sabena on 27 Feb 1947; Congo Feb 25, 1951, Belgium Mar 9, 1961.
					To EC-BEG with Spantal on 6 Jun 1966; to LN-LMK with KIS Air Tramping Op by Stellar on 22 Jun 1970; 
					Fred Olsen Flyselskap 30Oct72.  WFU 4 Mar 1975 and scrapped
				23878 (MSN 9740) to USAAF Jun 21, 43 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 302 and flown to Australia 
					by them 24Aug43 - Tacloban - Damaged on take off Finschhafen, New Guinea 21Mar44, repaired by Serv Grp.  
					Ansett Dec 25, 1945, WFU- VH-AMJ Ansett AFT "Anselina" Jun 27, 1947 - VH-RMJ reregistered Oct 1, 1948 
					VH-BZJ reregistered Jun 29, 1949 - Lund Avn, NY Nov 26, 1956.  To 701B French AF bought 22Jan57 - 
					23878 12Nov57 GAM 50 "FSCIC" Jan 1959 - BA 702 "FTEFP" Dec 1963 - GE 316 to Jul 1967 - BA 101 Jan 1968.  
					WFu Jun 10, 1970.
				23879 (MSN 9741) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane Aug 26, 1943 - Japan - FLC May 31, 1946 - 
					"AU ALR" (probably indicates "Australian Airline" for spares).
				23880 (MSN 9472) to USAAF Jun 21, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane Aug 26, 1943 - Pacific Wing ATC Oct 2, 1944 - 
					Stored Aug 22, 1945 - To RFC Nov 16, 1945 - To NC65386 - To CC-CLP LAN-Chile "206" E Oct 31, 1946 - 
					CC-CLDL-0187 reregistered 1954 - CC-CBR-0187 reregistered  with LAN Chile where it flew until 1974- 
					Given to Chilean AF in 1986 for static display in Chilean AF colors.  In 2010 was under restoration 
					for static display.
				23881 (MSN 9743) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943 - Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 335 28Aug43 flown 
					to Australia by them.  overshot field at Gusap and hit wrecked C-47 Jan 9, 1944,.   PAC TSP 0ct 2, 1944 - AMC Apr 1946 - WIS NG 126FS 5ep 16, 1947 - 
					Truax 176FI lSJul 1949 - Truax ADC Feb 1951 - Tinker ADC Apr 1952 to 1954 - card ends. WFU Dec 1969.
			23882 (MSN 9744) Delivered to the USAAF 21Jun43.
					To Troop Carrier Command Staging Area, Baer AAF, IN Jun43;
					Departed CONUS for Fifth Air Force, Pacific Theater of OperationsAug43; 
					Returned to US, to Sacramento Air Depot, CA Aug44 for storage; 
					To 441st AAF Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Van Nuys Metropolitan Airport, CA Jun45; 
					To 420th AAF Base Unit (ATC), March AAF, CA Nov45; 
					To 4105th AAF Base Unit (Air Materiel Command), 
					Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ Mar46 for storage; 
					To San Bernardino Air Materiel Center, CA Dec46; 
					To 109th Fighter Squadron (Air National Guard), St. Paul MAP, MN Jan48; 
					To 179th Fighter Squadron (ANG), Duluth Airport, MN Apr49; 
					To 139th Fighter Squadron (ANG), Schenectady Airport, NY Nov51; 
					To 188th Fighter-Bomber Squadron (ANG), Kirtland AFB, NM Jul52; 
					To 150th Fighter Group (ANG), Kirtland AFB Feb63; 
					To Air International, Miami, FL Sep66; 
					To Mobile Air Logistics Area, Brookley AFB, AL Nov66. 
					Modified to RC-47N; To Grenier Airport, NH Jan67 for installation of the Sanders ARDF equipment; 
					To 460th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing (Pacific Air Forces), Tan Son Nhut AB, Saigon, Vietnam Mar67; 
					To Nha Trang AB, Vietnam Sep67. 
					Redesignated EC-47N; 
					To Pleiku AB, Vietnam Jun69; 
					To Tan Son Nhut AB Sep70; 
					To 483rd Tactical Airlift Wing (PACAF), Tan Son Nhut AB Aug71; 
					To 366th Tactical Fighter Wing (PACAF), Da Nang AB Feb72; 
					To 18th Tactical Fighter Wing (PACAF), Kadena AB, Okinawa Jun72; 
					To 56th Special Operations Wing (PACAF), Nakhon Phanom RTAFB Nov72; Believe dropped from inventory in 1975.
				23883 (MSN 9745) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943.  5th AF 433rd TCG Aug 29, 1943, Brisbane.  Damaged landing Lae NG 05Apr44, repaired.
					Condemned Nov 16, 1945, salvage
				23884 (MSN 9746) to USAAF Jun 21, 1943.  5th AF, 433rd TCG, 67th TCS, Brisbane Aug 27, 1943.  Manila.  
					To Philippine Airlines as PI-C129 Feb 5, 1947.  To Zamrud Aviation, Indonesia as PK-ZDH Dec 1969
				23885 (MSN 9747) to USAAF Jun 23, 1943.  5th AF, 433rd TCG, 68th TCS, Brisbane Aug 27, 1943.  
					Brakes failed on landing and crasyed Sep 8, 1943.  Condemned Sep 10, 1943, accident.
				23886 (MSN 9748) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 305 24Aug43 flown to 
					Brisbane, Australia by them.  Damaged by strafing at Gusap, New Guinea strip No. 3 06Nov43, repaired   
					Damaged taxiing Hollandia 18Jun44, repaired.  Control lost on take off Finschhafen 26Sep44, hit ground, washout, 
					no injuries.   Condemned Nov 10, 1944, salvage
				23887 (MSN 9749) to USAAF Jun 22, 1943 - 5th AF 433rd TCG 69th TCS Brisbane 29Aug43 flown with Australian radio 
					c/s VHCBZ - Tacloban - To FLC Aug 2, 1946 -  To VH-AXT
					Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Sydney, NSW Sep 10, 1946 - Reregistered VH-CBA Sep 22, 1946 - 
					New Guinea Co Apr 23, 1957 - VH-MAM Mandated A/L Ltd Jun 1957  - Reregistered VH-MAB Jun 26, 1959 - 
					Ansett-MAL Jan 12, 1961 Ansett A/L of Papua NG May 9, 1968 - Ansett (P&NG) Ltd May 23, 1973 -
					Air Niugini R 01Nov 1, 1973 - Reregistered P2-MAB Rr 27Jan74 - P2-ANX Rr 08Dec75 - wfu 31Jul77 - Stored 
					Port Moresby (Oct79) - To N55894 Insured Acft Title Service Corp Mar 13, 1980 - J J Ford, III, San 
					Francisco, CA, bought Jun 30, 1981 - Cancelled Nov 1981.
				23888 (MSN 9750) to USAAF Jun 23, 1943 - In USA - To RFC May 31, 1946 - To YV-ALA Linea Aeropostal Venezolana
					Sep 6, 1946 - Reregistered YV-C-ALA -  To YV-T-JTV P V Fasenda (1968) - To N11461 H Frederick, 
					Freeport, Bahamas Nov 26, 1968 - "Skyfreight" (Dec71) - cancelled 1972 - G M Connor, Miami Springs, 
					FL Feb 26, 1973 - (Jan80), NLR. - Derelict (one engine missing) at Ken Jones Airfield, Jamaica (Dec 1982).
				23889 (MSN 9751) to USAAF Jun 23, 1943.  Pacific Wing ATC Jul 19, 1943.  Condemned Apr 18, 1947.  Salvaged Apr 29, 1948
				23890 (MSN 9752) to USAAF Jun 23, 1943.  Pacific Wing ATC Jun 31, 1943.  Condemned Oct 25, 1944
				23891 (MSN 9753) to USAAF Jun 23, 1943.  Flown with Australian radio c/s VHPAE;  Pacific Wing ATC Jul 19, 
					1943 , Manila.  To RFC Aug 1, 1946.  To Netherlands Navy as Q-5 Jan 7, 1946.  Reserialled to W-5 "PMWOE".  
					To Indonesian AF Oct 7, 1950
				23892 (MSN 9754) to USAAF Jun 23, 1943.  Pacific Wing ATC Au 20, 1943.  To RFC Jun 1, 1946.  To PI-C5 Far Eastern
					Air Tpt Philippine Airlines Aug 12, 1947.  Crashed Mar 10, 1952 Lahug Airport, Philippines.  
					While taking off, the cargo plane, carrying a light load of freight, lost altitude and crashed into a house.
					3 onboard killed.
				23893 (MSN 9755) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943.  Pacific Wing ATC Jul 19, 1943.  Condemned Apr 21, 1947.  Salvage Apr 29, 1948
				23894 (MSN 9756) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943, to US Navy Jun 24, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12443
				23895 (MSN 9757) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943, to US Navy Jun 24, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12444
				23896 (MSN 9758) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943, to US Navy Jun 24, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12445
				23897 (MSN 9759) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943, to US Navy Jun 24, 1943 as R4D-5 BuNo 12446
				23898 (MSN 9760) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend-Lease Jul/Aug 1943.  Subsequently returned to USAAF.  WFU Aug 20, 1947.
				23899 (MSN 9761) to USAAF Jun 24, 943.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend Lease Jul/Aug 1943.  Crashed on landing near Dinjan
					Nov 13, 1944.
				23900 (MSN 9762) to USAAF Jun 25, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD929 Jul 4, 1943. 117 Sqdn RAF. 
					SOC Sep 28, 1944
				23901 (MSN 9763) to USAAF Jun 25, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD930 Jul 28, 1945.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					215 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian AF as VP926 Nov 28, 1946
				23902 (MSN 9764) to USAAF Jun 24, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD931 Jul 16, 1943.  To 28 Sqdn of
					South African AF Aug 15, 1943, 233 Sqdn RAF India.  
					Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23903 (MSN 9765) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD932 Jul 28, 1943.  31 Sqdn RAF,
					flown with Australian radio callsign of VHCDD.  Sold to Indian
					government Jan 30, 1947
				23904 (MSN 9766) to USAAF Jun 25, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD933 Jul 26, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to South African AF as 6879 Oct 4, 1945.  To ZS-MRR; to South African AF as 
					6879 again; wfu; After SAAF service converted 
					to DC-3C-TP.  To N147RD on 11 Dec 1997; To N200MF Apr 11, 2003. Current 2011.
				23905 (MSN 9767) to USAAF Jun 25, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD934 Jul 4, 1943. 31 Sqdn RAF.
					436 Sqdn RAF.   Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  Wfu; to VT-CFY on 4 Mar 1947; Wfu
				23906 (MSN 9768) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD935 Jul 5, 1943. 44 Sqdn SAAF.
					Crashed Jun 17, 1944, Takoradi, Gold Coast
				23907 (MSN 9769) delivered Jun 1943.  To Philippine AF
				23908 (MSN 9770) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD936 Jul 5, 1943. 117 Sqdn RAF.
					31 Sqdn RAF, 96 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				23909 (MSN 9771) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Moberly, MO.  
					Surveyed Oct 14, 1943, Alliance, NB
				23910 (MSN 9772) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  8th AF Sep 18, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvaged Mar 3, 1948
				23911 (MSN 9773) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Jan 15, 1946.  To RFC Jun 4, 1946
				23912 (MSN 9774) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Dec 21, 1945.  To RFC Jun 5, 1946.  To NC30016.  NLR
				23913 (MSN 9775) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Dec 5, 1945.  To RFC May 29, 1946.  To NC79070
					WM W. Goldsborough, Jr, Venice, CA (1953).  NLR
				23914 (MSN 9776) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 3xx 28Aug43 flown to 
					Australia by them.  Changing wind at Nadzb strip No. 5 caused right wing to drop on landing and drag 
					ground 20Jan44, repaired.  Returned to USA Aug 15, 1944.  To SAC Apr 30, 1946
					to 1953.  Card ends.
				23915 (MSN 9777) to USAAF Jun 29, 1943.  In USA>  Stored Jan 31, 1946 to Dec 19, 1946.
					To Brazilian AF as FAB 2048.  W/o Jul 11, 1952 when crashed at Salvador, BA, Brazil
				23916 (MSN 9778) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS as 383 and flown to Australia 
					by them 02Sep43, Brisbane.  Wheel of 42-23844 308 of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS dropped into a hole taxiing at 
					Gusap and aircraft spun hitting 42-23916, both repaired.   Damaged while parked Saidor NG 23Feb44, repaired.  
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS.   Condemned Jul 25, 1946, salvage
				23917 9MSN 9779) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 68th TCS as 338 27Aug43 flown 
					to Australia by them, Brisbane.  Crashed landing at Saidor AD New Guinea 13Jan44. only co-pilot slightly injured  
					Condemned Jan 13, 1944, accident
				23918 (MSN 9780) to USAAF June 26, 1943; Alliance Field, NB; Sedalia Field, MO August 1943; 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Pope Field, NC May 1945; 439th Troop Carrier Group, Sedalia Field, MO March 1946; 434th Troop Carrier Group, Greenville Field, 
					SC June 1946; 4000th Base Unit, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH August 1947; 2750th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 
					November 1947; redesignated EC-47A; Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center.  Converted to EC-47A in 1949 
					and used as the tow aircraft during concept testing in
          				1949-1950 at Wright Field in "TIPTOW" wing tip towing experiments
          				Towed aircraft was PQ-14B 44-68334. First coupling attempt Aug 19, 1949.
					314+ test couplings including at least 56 at night.  Mid air collision with the Q-14B due to mechanical failure 
					10 miles SE of Wright-Patterson AFB February 24, 1950.  Testing continued through October 18, 1951;  
					Military Assistance Program [MAP]. United Nations Operation in the Congo (UNOC) Mar61 as 220. 
					3 Squadron, UN Air Transport Force, N’Dolo Airport, Léopoldville, Republic of Congo. 
					Stored at N’Djili, Léopoldville Feb64
					Registered as 9Q-CUD in 1966; w/o 19 Feb 1970 in Congo
				23919 (MSN 9781) to USAAF Jun 26, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS and flown to Australia 
					by them 24Aug43 arrived at Cooktown as stop over on Townsville to Port Moresby flight found strip to be 
					fogged in. Landed on Cooktown Civil airstrip Brakes failed to hold and aircraft ran off end of strip 
					into soft ground 17Sep43.  Condemned Sep 20, 1943, accident
				23920 (MSN 9782) to USAAF Jun 29, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS as 376 30Aug43 flown 
					to Australia by them, Brisbane.  Struck by boxes piled too high on trailer pulled by a jeep at Dobodura 29Dec43 
					repaired.   Could not take off due to excess load, struck bank Finschhaden, New Guinea 24Mar44.  
					Salvaged Aug 10. 1944, Australia
				23921 (MSN 9783) to USAAF Jun 28, 1943.  In USA.  Stored Jan 19, 1946.  To RFC Jun 14, 1946.   By 1954 
					was XA-GAW of Aerovias Reforma Aeronaves de Mexico SA.  To N5091V.  To CC-CLDU LAN Chile E Jan 27, 1955.
					To CC-CBY "215".  Crashed Dec 5, 1969 El Tepual Airport.
				23922 (MSN 9784) to USAAF 29Jun43.  5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 30Aug43.  Damaged taking off Gusap No3 NG 18Feb44, repaired.  
					damaged while parked Milne Bay New Guinea 13Apr44, repaired.  Banked left due to engine trouble on approach to 
					Biak 27Sep44 hit trees and exploded.  
				23923 (MSN 9785) to USAAF Jun 29, 1943.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 23923, code "V" Apr 30, 1945.  To Danish 
					National Lines as LM-IAM (Nordvard) Oct 1, 1946.  Then to SAS as LN-IAM still as LN-IAM and named "Gudmund Viking".  
					To Aerocargo of France Jul 1949 as F-BFGN, then to Aigle-Azur Sep 1952, leased to Air Laos 1955.  While 
					being operated by Air Laos Mar 14, 1955, crashed on takeoff at Phong Savanah, Laos.  No fatalities.
				23924 (MSN 9786) to USAAF Jun 28, 1943.  Original aircraft of 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS as 301 Eleanor 24Aug4 flown to 
					Australia by them, Brisbane.  To USA Aug 11, 1944.  To RFC May 25, 1946. To Moniarc Airlines as NC66610, 
					then to Frontier Airlines as N6610 "Sunliner Utah" Jun 1, 1950.  To Miami Aviation Inc Sep 1, 1959.  
					To Phillippine civil registry as PI-C647 Dec 29, 1965.
					W/o Balesia Island Nov 16, 1977.  Later RP-C647 Mar 1979.  Derelict at Manila 1981
				23925 (MSN 9787) to USAAF Jun 28, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 6 May 1944 at Pope Field, NC 
					 Surveyed May 10, 1944, Alliance, NB
				23926 (MSN 9788) to USAAF Jun 29 1943.  In USA.  Stored Feb 7, 1946 to Jul 18, 1947.  To Ecuadorian AF as FAE
					23926.  Delivery departure from Kelly, Texas May 12, 1948.  Derelict at Quito May 1969
				23927 (MSN 9789) to USAAF Jul 2, 1943.  To UK Jul 26, 1943.  To Oran Aug 11, 1943.  To 12th AF.  Condemned
					Jul 6, 1944, crashed
				23928 (MSN 9790) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 4Aug43. Ninth Air Force 3May44. 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					To Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948. Salvaged Mar 3, 1948
				23929 (MSN 9791) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943.  62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44
				23930 (MSN 9792) to USAAF Jul 1,1943.  Oran Aug 4, 1943.  USA Sep 25, 1944.  To RFC Oct 3, 1945.
				23931 (MSN 9793) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943. Oran, Algeria 12Aug43. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron [4C*C; Nose #2], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing 
					Castelvetrano 13Feb44. Routed via El Aouina, Tunis, Tunisia; Gibraltar; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales to 
					Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. 
					Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, 
					three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; after the drop zone, the aircraft was hit, 
					caught fire and exploded on hitting the ground [3MIA:1WIA].   MACR 13339.
				23932 (MSN 9794) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943.  Oran Aug 7, 1943.  12th AF.  W/o 10 Apr 1944 at Midgham, UK 
					Removed from active list Nov 30, 1945
				23933 (MSN 9795) to USAAF 01Jul43 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 3Aug43. Oran, Algeria 8Aug43. 
					15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Licata, Sicily; named ‘Down & Go II’. 
					Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, 
					French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville,
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute 
					Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. 
					The plane had the left wing down in a brisk cross wind upon landing at Lille/Vendeville (B-51), France 10Nov44, 
					damaging the wing tip and aileron. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping 
					Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					Returned to USA 14Sep45 - RFC 21 Sep45 -
					To NC59782 Hoosier Air Freight Corp May 1, 1946 - Air-Borne Cargo Lines Inc 1946 - Great Lakes Carbon 
					Corp Aug 5, 1946 - NC46484 reregistered (1953) - Northrop Corp (Mar 1959) - Rialto Co - F B Aver & 
					Assoc Inc - N129PC R G Pope Construction Co, Bristol, VA - South Eastern Avn Inc - Aerospace Prods 
					Inc, Hollvwood, CA (Jan 1967) - XC-PMX Petroleros Mexicanos Oct66 - Westernair of Albuquerque Inc 
					Apr 13, 1973- N62548 reregistered Apr 26, 1973- Air BVI leased 1973 - Terre Dulac
					Inc, Bonna Terre, MO (1974)- Flyways Corp, St Louis, MO 1975 (Air BVI L cont) - VP-LVJ
					Air BVI bought Oct 5, 1976.  N4577Z Ld to Aero Virgin Islands - stored Apr89 at Luis Munoz Marin Intl 
					Apt - DBR Sep 17, 1989 by Hurricane Hugo. Cancelled Nov90.
				23934 (MSN 9796) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943.  Overseas Aug 11, 1943. To Peruvian AF.  Transferred to Escuela de 
					Aviacion Civil as OB-I-900
				23935 (MSN 9797) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943,  Oran, Algeria 12Aug43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [Nose #64], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force Aug43. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Damaged landing at 
					Catania Main, Sicily 17Nov43. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, 
					Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for 
					the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44; hit by machine gun fire, the nose caught fire, the crew bailed out and the aircraft 
					crashed between Knokerdweg and Leygraaf Uden, Netherlands [1POW:2WIA]..   MACR 10230
				23936 (MSN 9798) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943 - Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 3Aug43. Oran, Algeria 8Aug43. Ninth Air Force 22Feb44. 
					438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of
					the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					To Czech State Airline as OK-WDU, then reregistered as OK-WHA, then OK-WZB for overflights in 
					France in 1960, then to French Navy as 23936  "36.  Then to F-GEOM, Registration G-OFON allocated 
					Jul 1994 but NTU.  Became G-DAKK Jul 26, 1994.  Noted in open storage at
					Lee-on-Solent Airfield, England Sep 2003.  Seen in flying
					condition Oct 14, 2008 Lelystad Airport, Netherlands.  Delivered to Oorlogsmuseum at Overloon,
					Netherlands Dec 7, 2017, still registered as G-DAKK
				23937 (MSN 9799) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943 - Oran 13Aug43 - Cairo 07Aug43(!) - 8th AF 07 Nov 1943 - 9th AF - To OH-LCA Aero O/Y
					(Finnair) "Sotka" bought Jun 12, 1946 registered Jun 6, 1947 -Crashed Nov 8, 1963 Mariehamn, Aland Island, Finland.
					The aircraft flew below the safe flying altitude and hit trees on the approach line in fog. 
					Wrong indication of the pilot's altimeter during the instrument approach. Landing carried out in 
					below minimum conditions.  22 of 24 onboard killed.
				23938 (MSN 9800) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 12Aug43. Oran, Algeria 17Aug43.
					Cairo Sep 30, 1943.  8th AF Aug 25, 1943.
					Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  To THY (Turk Hava Yollari) as TC-BEN Jan 14, 1948.
					Apr 21, 1947 sold to Turkish AF as 6092, code ETI-92.  Later delivered
					to Iran, later to Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms as 9800.
				23939 (MSN 9801) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943.  Oran Aug 13, 1943.  Cairo Oct 18, 1943.  8th AF Oct 25, 1943.
					Netherlands/Belgium.  Poland Apr 21, 1947.  To LOT (Polskie Line Lotnicze) as SP-LCI Apr 24, 1948.  WFU Dec 1957.
				23940 (MSN 9802) to USAAF Jul 1, 1943 - Oran Sep 14, 1943 - Cairo Oct 18, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 25, 1943 - 
					Noted flying Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland to Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland 23Feb44, returning to Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales 1Mar44
					Neth/Belgium.
					Czechoslovakia Feb 21, 1947 - To  OK-WCN CSA 1947, OK-WAX reregistered 1949 - To French AF as 23940 May 24, 1960
					GLAM 1/60 Oct61 - GLA 45 "FSCDM" Feb 1962 to Dec 1963 - ELA 41 May 1964 to Feb 1965 - GAM 50 Aug 1965 GTLA 2/60 
					Apr 1968 to Aug 1968 - St Chateaudun (1971.  To Chad AF as TT-LAJ. To France Jun 1991.
				23941 (MSN 9803) delivered to USAAF Jul 2, 1943.  Cairo Aug 13, 1943.  Oran Jan 13, 1944. 8th AF Jan 31, 1944.
					9th AF.  To Scottish Airlines as G-AZGZ Jan 1, 1946.  To RAF in 1951 as 
					WZ985.  Sold Oct 5, 1956 to French AF as 23941.  Registered
					next as F-RBCM, then F-RAFJ, Then F-RAJD (believe these were call signs).  To Togo AF as
					5V-MAG.  Crashed at Lama Kara, Togo Jan 24, 1974.
				23942 (MSN 9804) to USAAF  Jul 2, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG 13th TCS Aug 17, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane.  
					Condemned Dec 18, 1944, salvage
				23943 (MSN 9805) to USAAF Jul 2, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG 13th TCS Otaru Aug 12, 1943.  Pac WG ATC.  
					Condemned Oct 25, 1945, salvage
				23944 (MSN 9806) to USAAF Jul 2, 1943.  13th AF 403rd TCG 13th TCS Otaru Aug 12, 1943 Tacloban.  Condemed Dec 7, 1945, salvage
				23945 (MSN 9807) to USAAF Jul 3, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 16, 1943.  Tacloban.  FEA Aug 19, 1946.
					To Philippine Airlines as PI-C6.  Scrapped early 1950.
				23946 (MSN 9808) to USAAF Jul 3, 1943.   5th AF 375th TCG Brisbane Aug 16, 1943.  Flown with Australian radio c/s VHPAO; 
					Tacloban.  To Netherlands Navy Apr 23, 1946 as Q-15, reserialled to W-15. To Indonesian AF (AURI)
					Dec 15, 1950
				23947 (MSN 9809) to USAAF Jul 3, 1943 - 5th AF 75th TCG 55th TCS as 115 Aug 9, 1943 - damaged during loading Oct43 repaired struck 
					tree taxiing damaged wing tip Oct43 repaired.  struck tree while flying low Nov43 repaired.  'osso pas' FEA 
					Apr 30, 1947 -Harmon 24HBS - Clark 18FB Mar 1950 - AFE Erding Apr 1951 to 1953 - card ends.  Wfu; to HK-1109G
				23948 (MSN 9810) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943.  5th AF 433rd TCG 66th TCS Brisbane 13Aug43.   Struck by 2nd CCG C-46 taking off Dulag 
					Leyete PI 22Jan45, repaired by 392nd Serv Sqn.  Manila.  Salvaged May 4, 1945.
				23949 (MSN 9811) to USAAF Jul 3, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane "Sacktime Express" Aug 13, 1943, flown with Australian
					radio call sign CHCGM. - Dept of Civil Avn, Australia, Op by Guinea Airways Jul 11, 1944 - Operated by 
					Qantas Oct 2, 1944 - to civil registry as VH-AEZ Qantas L 
					Registered Nov 2, 1945 - Trans Australian Airlines "Currie" Apr 14, 1947 - VH-EWD East West Airlines 
					"Lachlan City" bought Feb 17, 1955 - VH-BAM Brain & Brown Airfreight Packers Oct 31, 1966 -
					BBA Cargo Pty Ltd Jan 1972 - wfu Aug 17, 1975 - Used for spares Essendon Jan 1979 - Broken up Sep 22, 1979.
				23950 (MSN 9812) to USAAF  Jul 3, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 12, 1943.  condemned Mar 14, 1945, accident
				23951 (MSN 9813) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943 - Sth AF Brisbane Aug 20, 1943 - Div Oct 2, 1944 - Dept of Civil Avn,
					Qantas "Lynda Jeanne" leased Aug 28, 1944 - VH-AFA registered Mar 24, 1945 Trans Australian A/L 
					"Hume"/"Collins"/ "McMillan" registered Sep 11, 1946 - Australian Acft Sales, Sydney Oct 31, 1957 - 
					VR-NCO W African A/W Corp "Freetown" Nov 1, 1957 - Nigeria Airways Oct 1, 1958 - 5N-AAO reregistered 1961 - 
					EL-ANK Aer Turas bought Feb 27, 1964 G-ATBE K W England, Jersey Feb 23, 1965 - Intl Airfreight Aug66 ntu - 
					Handley Page Ltd Jun 13, 1967 CF-CQT N Coast Air Svces Ltd, Prince Rupert, BV May 8, 1970 - Ilford-Riverton 
					Airways, Winnipeg, Man (1975) - Crashed Mar 24, 1975 Gimli, Man - Derelict Winnipeg (1978) -
					Repaired, Mar 3, 1979. C-FCQT owned by Northland Air Manitoba Ltd. ALr Manitoba reregistered Jul 9, 1991. 
					Wfu and engineless at Winnipeg May 1, 1992 - donated to Western Canada Aviation Museum Winnipeg.
					As C-FCQT in Oct 2015 transported to Saskatoon to form part of the Saskachewan Aviation Museum and
					Learning Center being set up there.
				23952 (MSN 9814) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 13 "The Gremlin Special" Guinea Gopher 14Aug43 
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHG.  *The Gremlin Special* crashed into mountain 
					in Dutch New Guinea May 13, 1945.  Crashed in "Shangri La Valley Port Moresby with 21 passengers.   Unable to 
					find the location initially, the plane circled, then went lower for a closer look. The C-47 was caught in 
					a downdraft, and crashed.  MACR 14697.  19 killed in crash, five survived but 2 died of 
					their wounds before being rescued.  Surviving 3 were finally flown out by WACO glider snatch in late June 1945.
				23953 (MSN 9815) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane "Hairless Joe" Aug 15, 1943 flown with Austaralian radio
					callsign of VHCCL - Dept of Civil Avn - Operated by Qantas Aug 28, 1944 - VH-AEY QEA registered Jun 20, 1945 - 
					Trans Australian A/L "McMillan"/"Wentworth" Aug 28, 1946 - X-19 Royal Netherlands AF "PGXAT" Jan 23, 1961 - 
					Cruz AIL Philippines Aug 1962 (also rptd MSN 25367).
				23954 (MSN 9816) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943 -5th AF  317th TCG 39th TCS as 14 "Frigid Midgit Jr"  Usta Olfinga 14Aug43  
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHH Aug 5, 1943 - returned to USA Jul 1, 1944 - Richmond ADC Jul 7, 1946 - CNC
					Stewart Dec 20, 1948 -ADC Stewart Dec 21, 1950 to Oct 1954.  To Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1, 1962.  
					Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
				23955 (MSN 9817) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943 - 5th AF Brisbane "VHCHI" "Lonesome Angel Louise" Aug 20, 1943 - 
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHI.   Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Veered to left before take off 
					Sentani AD New Guinea and went into trees and burned up 02Aug44.  Condemned Aug 3, 1944 salvage.
				23956 (MSN 9818) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943.  5th AF 5th AF 375th TCG Brisbane Aug 14, 1943.  Cacloban.  
					struck revetment taxiing Oct43, repaired.  Damaged taxiing Tadji New Guinea 15May44, repaired.  
					Condemned Nov 11, 1945, salvage.
				23957 (MSN 9819) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943.  Crashed Aug 2, 1943 1 1/2 mi from Rock Falls, IA
				23958 (MSN 9820) to USAAF Jul 6, 1943.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS Brisbane "VHCHJ" "Loveable Lou" Aug 16, 1943. 
					Flown with Australian radio c/s VHCHJ.  Damaged by strafing at Gusap NG strip No. 3 06Nov43, repaired 
					Manila condemned Aug 4, 1945, accident
				23959 (MSN 9821) to USAAF Jul 6, 1943 - 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 15 Hell's Bells 22Aug43 flown with Australian 
					radio c/s VHCHK.  flat tire on landing Nadzab hit ditch 17Nov43.  To 2nd Service Sqn 17Nov43 repaired 
					5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 83 11Feb44.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as 23 20Feb44.  
					Damaged taxiing Momote 13Mar44, repaired.  C-47 42-23959 pulled onto Noemfoor strip to take off 05Aug44.  
					Wirraway was taking off from behind.  Wirraway swerved right striking cockpit of 42-100468 then 
					rammed 43-15410.  To 5th AF 433rd TCG 69th TCS.  Experienced trouble with the left engine and 
					electrical system 14Sep44. Cargo was thrown out, but the aircraft continued to descend. The right engine 
					started to malfunction just as the aircraft reached the southern New Guinea coast forced landed at 
					Fairfax Station.  Recovered post 1971 for use at Jackson Apt, fire practice.
				23960 (MSN 9822) to USAAF Jul 6, 1943.    5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS Brisbane as 184 14Aug43 
					Damaged by strafing at Gusap, New Guinea strip No. 3 06Nov43, repaired.  Damaged while parked Hollandia New Guinea 
					06May44, repaired.   Tail wheel failed parking Angaur, to 13th Service Group for repairs.  
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as X83   WFU 18Apr47  
				23961 (MSN 9823) to USAAF Jul 5, 1943.  5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS Brisbane as 191 14Aug43 flown with Australian 
					radio c/s VHCHM.  Dropped paratroops at Nadzab NG as part of B flight numbered 191 05Sep43.  Bird strike Oct43.
					Strafed on ground at Gusap, New Guinea strip No. 3 by Japanese Tonys and destroyed by fire 06Nov43.   
					Condemned Nov 6, 1943, enemy action.
				23962 (MSN 9824) to USAAF Jul 6, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 4Aug43. Tenth Air Force, Karachi, India 13Aug43.  
					To Indian government Apr 10, 1946
42-23963/24085		Douglas C-47A-40-DL
				MSN 9825/9947,  Contract No. AC-20669
				23963 (MSN 9825) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943 - Elmendorf, AK Sep 7, 1943 -Div Jun 21, 1946 - NC46567 Reeve Aleutian - 
					Kirk Kerkorian - "0-23963" USAF (has been reported as French AF but not in official records).
				23964 (MSN 9826) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943 - Hawaii (or Australia) Aug 6, 1943 - Manila - Flown with Australian 
					radio callsign VHCHN; WFU 28 May 1946.  Sold to FEAT (Far East Air Tpt?) registered May 1946.
				23965 (MSN 9827) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943.  To Hawaii Aug 6, 1943.  With 19th TCS, lost Oct 20, 1943, central 
					Pacific.  MACR 793
				23966 (MSN 9828) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943.  Service as VC-47A in June 1967 with 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing at RAF Upper Heyford
					and in July 1967 reported with 7473rd Combat Support Group at Moron Air Base, Spain.  Converted to VC-47D.
					Struck off charge on Oct 23, 1968.  				
				23967 (MSN 9829) to USAAF Jul 1943.
				23968 (MSN 9830) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943.  To RCAF as Dakota 658 Jul 14, 1943.  146 Sqdn(Dak 3R), Moncton, New Brunswick.
					402 Sqdn RCAF ca 155.  ANS RCAF Winnipeg, Nanitoba. - CAF Feb 1, 1968 - SOC Apr70
					to Avn Ltd, Edmonton, Alta - to CF-TQZ but ntu.  To N8563 Bush Avn, Dania, FL 1972 - W A Mims Inc, Jacksonville. 
					Jul 9, 1973 - Convex RCAF 1977/78Bahamasair L (Mar 1978) - No engines or controls, Ft Lauderdale, FL
					(Nov 1979 to Feb 1983). - Sale reported.
				23969 (MSN 9831) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943.  to RCAF as Dakota IIIR 655 Jul 14, 1943. 435 Sq - (Dak 3R) - SOC Apr 1970 - 
					To Canadian civil registry Apr 8, 1971 as CF-QJZ
					Wright Industrial Equipment Ltd, Edmonton, Alta ntu - Gatewav Avn Ltd, Edmonton, Alta Apr 8, 1971 - 
					Reregistered C-FQJZ (1976) - Tuk Traders Ltd, Inuvik, NWT Mar 1979 - cancelled Oct 1979 - 
					N8064A Scuba Safari Ltd, Tampa, FL registered Nov 19, 1979 - R A Mathews Jr, Miami, registered Feb 6, 1980 
					Basler Flt Svces Inc, Oshkosh, WI registered Apr 19, 1980 Trans National Airlines, Honolulu,
					HI Aug 15, 198O.- Swift Delivery & Freight, Honolulu, HI bought May 21, 1981 - Sale reported Oshkosh 
					Jan 1984. N8064A Amerijet Leasing Inc, Portland, OR, Apr 3, 1986 - Gulf Air Taxi Inc, Rd Jun 1987 - 
					cancelled Mar 19, 1988 - HC-BOT Aero Shell Mar 1988.
				23970 (MSN 9832) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943.  To RCAF as Dakota 656 Jul 14, 1943 -656 RCAF 14 Jul 1943-xx - Linited Nation,, Congo) 115 
					Air Tpt Unit 1958 to Jul 1964.  Renumbered 12938 in 1970. - 429 Sq NASARR nose fitted - Cold Lake (1974) - 
					Stored Mountainview (1979) Cold Lake Base Flt (1980). 12938 CAF - wfs Mar 1989. To N21BF Fleming Corp, 
					Nashua, NH. registered Aug 9, 1991 - Delivered to Basler Airlines Aug 14, 1991. To Basler Flight Services 
					Inc, Oshkosh, WI bought Jan 21, 1992. Stored at Oshkosh
				23971 (MSN 9833) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943.  To RCAF as Dakota 659 Jul 19 1943 .  Renumbered 12940 in 1970.  N300ZZ J Hurst (1974) -
					Zoom Zoom Air Inc (1975) - Air Charter West (Feb 1977)  - Trans West Air Express, Seattle, WA
					leased Sep 1977 J W Hurst, Lavton, UT registered Dec 19, 1977 - Starboard Enterprises Inc, Miami, FL 
					registered Aug 21, 1980 -lntl Flight Center, Miami,FL May 1983 - G S Cartright, Port au Prince, Haiti 
					registered Sep 1983.
				23972 (MSN 9834) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943, to RCAF as Dakota 657 Jul 14, 1943.  Renumbered 12939 in Jun 1970.  WFU.  To
					CF-IRW Ste Felicien Air Service registered Mar 26, 1973 - Reregistered C-FIRW (1975) - Survair (1977)- 
					Air Inuit Ltd, Ft Chimo, PQ (1977)- Tpt Acrien Sept Iles, Mar 1982 - Cancelled Jun 1982.
				23973 (MSN 9835) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD937 Jul 13, 1943.  Middle East Aug 5, 1943.  
					India 7 Sq Nov 5, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed on landing, Clydeside LG, Burma May 14, 1944
				23974 (MSN 9836) to USAAF Jul 7, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD938 Jul 15, 1943.  Middle East Aug 6, 1943.  
					To South African AF as 6867 Oct 4, 1945. 15 AD (1955) - 27 Sq (Sep 1967) - 21 Sq (Sep72) - 25 Sq (Oct72) - (1978). 
					Donated 1994 to Airborne Forces Youth Initiative of UK and delivered with registration ZS-NJE; 
					reregistered G-BVOL and to Dutch Dakota Association 1996.  Registration G-BVOL cancelled May 16,
					1996 as sold to owner in Holland, but aircraft noted 2005 at Aviodrome Museum, Lelystad AP, Holland 
					painted in post-WW2 KLM colors as PH-TCB.  Wings, tail, and engines switched with
					same parts from 42-100971 for restoration of PH-PBA.
				23975 (MSN 9837) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 12, 1943
				23976 (MSN 9838) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23977 (MSN 9839) to USAAF Jul 12, 1943, to USSR Jul 12, 1943
				23978 (MSN 9840) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23979 (MSN 9841) to USAAF Jul 12, 1943, to USSR Jul 14, 1943
				23980 (MSN 9842) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23981 (MSN 9843) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943, to USSR Jul 10, 1943
				23982 (MSN 9844) to USAAF Jul 8, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23983 (MSN 9845) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23984 (MSN 9846) to USAAF Jul 10, 1943, to USSR Jul 12, 1943
				23985 (MSN 9847) to USAAF Jul 13, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23986 (MSN 9848) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943. W/o 50 km (31.3 mls) from Uelkal (Russia) 
					on 26 Nov. 1943 when it was en route from Uelkal 
					to Seimchan when a short circuit on the flight deck caused a fire. The crew were able to extinguish the 
					fire, but they became lost. The airplane flew into the side of a mountain in the Ushkanyi mountain range. 
					Four fatal. Uelkal was an airfield used as a refueling stop for aircraft being ferried from the U.S. to 
					the Soviet Union for use on the Western Front during World War II.
				23987 (MSN 9849) to USAAF Jul 10, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23988 (MSN 9850) to USAAF Jul 9, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23989 (MSN 9851) to USAAF Jul 12, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23990 (MSN 9852) to USAAF Jul 10, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23991 (MSN 9853) to USAAF Jul 12, 1943, to USSR Jul 13, 1943
				23992 (MSN 9854) to USAAF Jul 12, 1943, to USSR Jul 12, 1943
				23993 (MSN 9855) to USAAF Jul 13, 1943, to US Navy as BuNo 39057 Jul 13, 1943
				23994 (MSN 9856) to USAAF Jul 12, 1943, to US Navy as BuNo 39058 Jul 12, 1943
				23995 (MSN 9857) to USAAF Jul 13, 1943, to US Marine Corps as BuNo 39059 Jul 13, 1943
				23996 (MSN 9858) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943, to US Navy as BuNo 39060 Jul 15, 1943
				23997 (MSN 9859) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943, to US Navy as BuNo 39061 Jul 15, 1943
				23998 (MSN 9860) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FD939 Aug 1, 1943.  512Sq UK Aug 1, 1943 - 
					511 Sq Jan 26, 1944 - 1336 (TS)CU Aug 16, 1945 - 1382 (T)CU Dec 19, 1945 - Became G-AIBA with BOAC Jun 1946 
					but returned to RAF the next month.  Scottish Avn Ltd  Feb 4, 1947.   Returned to USAAF Apr 12, 1947.
					Registered G-AKSM Feb 4, 1948 Sivewright AAV "Bartonia".  Registration cancelled 
					Mar 7, 1951 on sale to Flugfelag Islands H. F. as TF-ISB "Gunnfaxi".  Flugfelag Nordurlands
					SF leased  1975 Landgraedsla Rikisins, Gunnarsholt - wfu ReykJavik Jan 1979 to Jun 1981.
					Noted 2005 at Islenska Flugogufelagid, Reykjavik, Iceland
				23999 (MSN 9861) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD940 Jul 29, 1943.  512 Sq.  511 Sq Jan 28, 1944.  1381 (TCU
					Dec 20 , 1945 AGT Gatwick.  Returned to USAAF Apr 14, 1947.  To FLC Apr 19, 1948
				24000 (MSN 9862) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD941 Jul 19, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGHO "ODZU" 
					registered Aug 10, 1943.  Sold to North West Airlines Jun 11, 1949.  To N9993F A. J. Leeward Mar 1951.  
					To RCAF as 10910 May 30, 1951 - (Dak 3FP) CF-AAM Austin AAV, Toronto Sep 28, 1970 - 
					St Timmins Sep 1976 to Jun 1977 - C-FAAM reregistered Jan 28, 1980. C-FAAM Central Mountain Air Ltd, 
					Smithers, BC, Jan 17, 1989. Crashed Jan 14, 1993 Bronson Creek.
				24001 (MSN 9863) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD942 Sep 20, 1943.  To BOAC as 
					G-AGHU "ODZP" Sep 27, 1943.  To BEA Aug 17, 1946.  To BOAC Jul 9, 1947.  Sold to Hong Kong Airways 
					as VR-HDQ Feb 1948.  DBR at Hong Kong Jul 11, 1949
				24002 (MSN 9864) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD943 Aug 2, 1943.  
					Broken up Brooklands Feb 13, 1950.  SOC Feb 14, 1950
				24003 (MSN 9865) to USAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD944 Jul 29, 1943.  12 Sqdn, 511 Sqdn Sep 15, 1943.  
					1381 (T)CU Jan ll 1946,  22 MU stored Nov 13, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Apr 17, 1947. 
					To OO-AWK SABENA Apr 16, 1947.  To Nigerian AF as NiAF-306 Oct 1969.  Derelict Lagos Jan 1972 to Mar 1977.  
					Broken up 1977/78
				24004 (MSN 9866) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD945 Aug 13, 1943.  512 Sqdn RAF, 
					511 Sqdn RAF Sep 17, 1943.  575 Sqdn RAF Jan 15, 1946
					107 MU Kasfareet 1947.  Transferred to Egyptian AF May 29, 1947
				24005 (MSN 9867) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD946 Aug 11, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF.
					SOC Sep 28, 1944
				24006 (MSN 9868) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD947 Aug 11, 1943.  Transferred to RAF India
					Aug 19, 1943.  Returned to USAAF in India Oct 26, 1944.  Attached
					to 2nd ACG.  Damaged in taxi accident Feb 20, 1945.  W/o 
					Dec 31, 1945 at Kalaikunda, India after battle damage.
				24007 (MSN 9869) to USAAF Jul 16, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD948 Sep 30, 1943.  31 Sqdn RAF.
					194 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed on takeoff from Agartala, Burma May 20, 1944.  Rebuilt as 43083.
					To XB-FAB J Pasquel Oct 5, 1946.  To XC-PAB Presidencia DE US la Republica 1976.
					Posibly to AP-0201.
				24008 (MSN 9870) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD949 Aug 12, 1943.  India 31 Sqdn RAF.
					62 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Cat E Nov 11, 1944
				24009 (MSN 9871) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD950 Aug 13, 1943. 62 Sqdn RAF, India.  
					TSTU Sqdn RAF.  1334 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.  To Royal Thai AF postwar.
				24010 (MSN 9872) to USAAF Jul 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD951 Aug 31, 1943. 31 Sqdn RAF.
					SOC Feb 22, 1945
				24011 (MSN 9873) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD952 Aug 13, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF, India.  
					Missing 60 mi SW of Imphal, Burma Apr 25, 1944, presumed shot down by enemy fighters.
				24012 (MSN 9874) to USAAF Jul 14, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD953, India Aug 12, 1943 - 31 Sqdn RAF.
					352 Sqdn RAF - To Indian Govt Feb 27, 1947 -  WFU
					To G-AKGX London Aero & Motor Svces Ltd registered Sep 17, 1947 - Cyprus AfW "Curium" Sep 1,1948 - 
					To VR-NCS W African Airways Corp "Makurdi" Jan 28, 1958 - Nigeria A/W Oct 1, 1958 5N-AAQ 
					reregistered 1961 - "AAQ" Nigerian AF 1967.  Derelict Lagos (May 1970 to Mar 1977) - Broken up 1977/8. 
				24013 (MSN 9875) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD954 Aug 11, 1943.  52 Sqdn RAF.
					India 353 Sqdn RAF, 215 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed in bad weather 12 mi W of Schwegun, Burma Sep 6, 1945.
				24014 (MSN 9876) to USAAF Jul 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD955 Aug 13, 1943.  India 267 Sqdn RAF.  
					Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				24015 (MSN 9877) to USAAF Jul 16, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD956 Aug 12, 1943.  Transferred to
					South African AF Aug 1943 as 6805. WFU.  To Kiersley Air Ways Mar 3, 1950 as ZS-DDR.  
					To Union of Burma Airways as XY-ACS.  Crashed into Mount Kaolokung (China) Jun 10, 1963 while 
					attempting to land at Kunming, China in bad weather.  20 killed.
				24016 (MSN 9878) to USAAF Jul 16, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD957 Aug 12, 1943.  Transferred to
					South African AF Aug 15, 1943 as 6806.  - 5 Wg 1945 - Acft Operating Co Apr 7, 1948
					Probably G-ALCB Field Acft Svces E Oct 14, 1948.  To AP-ADH Pakair Ltd registered Nov 29, 1948 - 
					To G-ALCB again with BEA Jun 1950.  WFU Dec 1950.  B/u Dec 1950.  See 42-92143, not sure which info
					is correct.
				24017 (MSN 9879) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD958 Aug 12, 1943.  Transferred to
					South African AF Aug 1943 as 6080.  Crashed May 11, 1945 near Kisumu, Kenya
				24018 (MSN 9880) delivered Jul 17, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 27, 1943.  77 Sq.  Crashed Nov 5, 1943, 13m NE of 
					Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, UK.
				24019 (MSN 9881) to USAAF Jul 16, 1943.  In USA.  Salvaged May 31, 1946, Bergstrom Field, Texas
				24020 (MSN 9882) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 28, 1946 - To RFC Jun 14, 1946 - YV-AZR/YV-C-AZR TACA de
					Venezuela registered Jul 20, 1946 - LAN' Jul 1, 1957 - YV-15C reregisterd (1976) - wfu Caracas (1977/8)- 
					Wreck by 1982.
				24021 (MSN 9883) to USAAF Jul 15, 1943.  In USA.  93 TCS, 439 TCG.  Surveyed Aug 11, 1944, Laurinberg, NC
				24022 (MSN 9884) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943 Eighth Air Force 2Oct43. 71st Troop Carrier Squadron [CJ*A], 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488) 7Oct43. Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. - Stored Jul 5, 1945 - To RFC Nov 22, 1945 - 
					TI-105 TACA de Costa Rica - AN-ADD TACA de Nicaragua - Lanica TI- 1004C Lacsa "El Guanateco" Jan 17, 1962 - 
					HK-1078 Taxi Aereo Opita May 1966 - Aerosucre 1974 - C. Sanches - Taxi Aereo El Venado (Nov80). - Crashed Jun 17, 1981 
					Tviiraflircs, Mitu, Colombia.  With one engine out and attempting an emergency landing the 
					aircraft had to go-around because of a plane on the runway. While attempting a second landing 
					from the opposite direction the aircraft ditched into a lake. 2 of 12 onboard killed.
				24023 (MSN 9885) to USAAF Jul 16, 1943- In USA - To RFC Sep 25, 1945 - To NC46858 - VP-JAQ British Caribbean A/W
					Dec 1948 BWIA Oct 1949 - VP-BAQ Bahamas A/)XI "Florida" Mar 13, 1950 - VP-TBE BWIA "St Kitts" bought
					Mar 4, 1952 VP-BBU Bahamas A/W Dec 13, 1960 - F Egbert, Miami, FL Jan 1, 1968 - HR-LAE Lansa Mar 29, 1968 - 
					wfu 1975.  Remains at La Ceiba, Honduras (1980).
				24024 (MSN 9886) to USAAF Jul 18, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 2, 1943 - Stored Oct 1945 - PP-AVL Aerovias Brasil "Parana"
					bought Nov 26, 1945 - REAL Jun 1954 - Crashed Sep 6, 1961 Concordia Apt, Videira, Sta Catarina
				24025 (MSN 9887) delivered Jul 16, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 15, 1946 - To RFC Jul 6, 1946 - NC79024 A J Burke 
					t/a Burke Air Transport, Miami, FL - Crashed Jul 13, 1947 Melbourne, FL.  The aircraft, on a charter flight 
					from New York to San Juan, Puerto Rico, crashed into a swamp while attempting to make an emergency landing. 
					Loss of an engine due to a fuel flow problem led to loss of altitude and a crash landing. 
					Six spark plugs in the right engine were found to be defective. A defect found in the carburetor 
					may have contributed to excessive fuel loss. Crew fatigue contributed to the accident.  14 of 36 onboard killed.
				24026 (MSN 9888) to USAAF Jul 16, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 27Oct43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					Netherlands/Belgium.  Salvage, completed Nov 19, 1947
				24027 (MSN 9889) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  W/o 21 May 1945 at Nice, France
					Condemned May 26, 1945, salvage
				24028 (MSN 9890) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 4Oct43. 71st Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). TDY Welford (Station 474). 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with 42-24030 at Witcha, Ramsbury 30Nov43 [4KIS]. Three C-47s were flying at 
					low altitude in a 'vee' formation when two of the planes touched wings in mid-air and spun out of control 
					crashing either side of a narrow country road near Witcha Farm, 1.5 miles south-west of Membury (Station 466). 
					They had been up for about 45 minutes in the local area on a routine formation training mission. 
					The group had returned to Welford and each made a follow through landing, taking off again at a safe 
					interval one behind each other. The three aircraft then flew almost directly westward for 6 miles towards 
					Membury, still in line astern. As they reached the southern edge of the airfield the wingmen began to 
					formate on their leader and it was at this point that the collision occurred. The aircraft had been 
					flying low, about 150 feet, and the pilot of the lead aircraft [42-24030] pulled up to gain altitude 
					and started to turn to the left. This plane was on the inside of the turn and slid into the leader. 
					The two aircraft collided at an altitude of about 400 feet above the terrain. Condemned 2Dec43.
 				24029 (MSN 9891) to USAAF Jul 19, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Mar 9, 1946 - NC62388 Peace River Northern A/L 
					May 7, 1947 - CF-CUG Canadian Pacific Airlines "286" bought Mar 21, 1947 Eldorado Avn Ltd Feb 13, 1958 - 
					Pacific Western L Echo Bay Mines Ltd, Edmonton, Alta (1964) Eldorado Avn Ltd (1976) - Air North Charter 
					Training Ltd. Whitehorse, Yukon Territories Dec 1979.
				24030 (MSN 9892) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 2Oct43. 71st Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). TDY Welford (Station 474). 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with 42-24028 at Witcha, Ramsbury 30Nov43 [5KIS]. Three C-47s were flying at low altitude 
					in a 'vee' formation when two of the planes touched wings in mid-air and spun out of control crashing either 
					side of a narrow country road near Witcha Farm, 1.5 miles south-west of Membury (Station 466). They had 
					been up for about 45 minutes in the local area on a routine formation training mission. The group had 
					returned to Welford and each made a follow through landing, taking off again at a safe interval one behind 
					each other. The three aircraft then flew almost directly westward for 6 miles towards Membury, still in 
					line astern. As they reached the southern edge of the airfield the wingmen began to formate on their leader 
					and it was at this point that the collision occurred. The aircraft had been flying low, about 150 feet,
					and the pilot of this C-47, the lead aircraft, pulled up to gain altitude and started to turn to the left. The other plane [42-24028] 
					was on the inside of the turn and slid into the leader. The two aircraft collided at an altitude of about 
					400 feet above the terrain. Condemned 21Dec43.
				24031 (MSN 9893) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 2Oct43. 71st Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). TDY Welford (Station 474) Nov43.
					Returned to USA Jul 8, 1945.  Stored Jul 14, 1945.
					To RFC at Colombia (ARP) May 11, 1949
				24032 (MSN 9894) to USAAF Jul 22, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  9th AF.  Ferried to France as NC19997 
					for use by Air France Sep 23, 1946, registered
					as F-BCYS Sep 6, 1947.  To Cie Generale de Tpts t/a Air Liban "Tripoli"
					Sep 15, 1947 as LR-AAN.  To Air Liban Mar 1951 as OD-AAN, reregistered May 1951.  To MEA-Air Liban as
					OD-AAN Nov 1965.  To International Aviation Development Corp of Reno, Nevada
					as N219F Dec 28, 1965.  Leased to Phillips Petroleum Corp, Bartlesville, OK
					Feb 21, 1966 to Jan 20, 1971.  To ATC Inc Apr 28, 1971 to Jan 1980.
					To Amoco UAR Oil Co Mar 12 to Sep 8, 1971.  To Conoco 1975 to
					Petty Ray Div Geosource 1977.  To Pyramid Air Lines Jul 22, 1979.
					To Global Leasing as N219F Apr 23, 1986.  Stored at Malaga mid 1985.  Reg
					cancelled Aug 1988.  To Venezuela for Midas Air Commuter as YV-505C. To
					Servivensa (Servicios Avensa SA) as YV-610C Sep 2001.
				24033 (MSN 9895) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  "soxo* Sep 27, 1943.  Returned to USA Jul 8, 1945.  San Bernardino ATS.
					San Bern AMC Sep 30, 1946.  Newark CNR May 12, 1946.  Gt Falls ADC Jun 17, 1951 to Oct 1954.  Card ends
				24034 (MSN 9896) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  Returned to USA Jul 22, 1945.  Stored Jul 25, 1945.
					To RFC Oct 30, 1945.  Rebuilt as DC-3C MSN 43083.  To XB-FAB on 7 Nov 1946; to XC-PAB in 1976; 
					to AP-0201
				24035 (MSN 9897) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  Left US Sep 27, 1943.  Durope Apr 30, 1947.  AFE Insustri - London HQC
					Aug 19, 1949.  Hassani AFE 60 TC Dec 28, 1949.  Wiesbaden Sep 21, 1950 to 1954.  Card ends.
					To Imperial Iranian AF Dec 24, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
				24036 (MSN 9898) to USAAF Jul 20, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  9th AF.  To RFC May 23, 1946
				24037 (MSN 9899) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943 - In USA - Stored Dec 6, 1945.  To RFC Jun 5, 1946.
					To Armada Argentina for Aviacion Naval Argentina (Transportes Aeronavales) as 2-GT-19.  W/o in 1949
				24038 (MSN 9900) to USAAF Jul 17, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 2Oct43. 434th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488) 7Oct43. Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44..  With 434rd TCG lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13427
				24039 (MSN 9901) to USAAF Jul 19 1943.  Eighth Air Force 2Oct43. Ninth Air Force. 
					73rd Troop Carrier Squadron [CN*H], 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Damaged in collision with Waco CG-4A glider ? 42-77432 over Fulbeck 21Feb44. 
					Damage to the left wing and wing tip, the left propeller and aileron and accessory cowling section, 
					that swung the glider around the front of the plane causing damage to the right wing leading edge 
					and de-icer boot. 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466). Condemned 25Aug46; broken up 1Nov47.
  				24040 (MSN 9902) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 28Sep43. 73rd Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488) 7Oct43. 
					Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men 
					and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on 
					Missions ‘Chicago’ and ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44. Mourmelon-le-Grand (A-80), France. 
					Crash landed at Gotha (R-4), Germany 16Apr45. 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command,
					Rreturned to USA Jul 6, 1945.   Berry Field, Nashville, TN. Damaged while parked at Memphis MAP, TN 3Dec45.
					Venezuela (ARP) Nov 13, 1947
				24041 (MSN 9903) to USAAF Jul 19, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 28Sep43. 434th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488) 7Oct43. Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Missions ‘Chicago’ 
					and ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44. 79th Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Membury (Station 466). Melun/Villaroche (A-55), France 26Feb45. Damaged landing at Kassel (Y-96), 
					Germany 10Apr45. Damaged taxying at Melun 24May45.   To RFC Oct 5, 1946.  To LOT 
					(Polskie Line Lotnicze) Jun 14, 1946 as SP-LCC.  SOC Mar 28, 1950 in Poland
				24042 (MSN 9904) to USAAF Jul 19, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 28Sep43. 73rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Damaged taxying at Welford 30Dec43. 75th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Welford (Station 474). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					To RFC Mar 4, 1946.   Became PH-TBP with KLM
					bought Jan 13, 1946. To PJ-ALT "Troepiaal" of KLM (West Indies Division) Oct 1, 1949.  PJ-ALT cancelled 
					Jul 25, 1955 to HK-525 of SA Medellin, Aviska Rutas Aereas de Colombia SA.  cancelled Apr 20, 1959 on return 
					to KLM.  To N138H in 1959 (first with Bendix Corp, then in 1960 to Owens Illinois Glass Company, then to 
					Basler Flight Service in 1978), to XA-JIH Aerovia.  WFU and stored at Merida, Mexico.
				24043 (MSN 9905) to USAAF Jul 20, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 28Sep43. 434th Troop Carrier Group,
					Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488) 7Oct43. Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44.
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, 
					Normandy, France on Missions ‘Chicago’ and ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44. 45th Depot Repair Squadron, 45th Air Depot Group, 
					Ninth Air Force. Damaged taking off at Capodochino, Italy 6Jan46. Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Kaufburn Jul 28, 1946.
					To FLC Dec 7, 1948.  To Turkish AF Dec 10, 1948 as 42-6029
				24044 (MSN 9906) to USAAF Jul 19, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 14Oct43. 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at 
					Hiesville, Normandy, France on Missions ‘Chicago’ and ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44.
  					Condemned Dec 14, 1944 salvage.
				24045 (MSN 9907) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 28Sep43. 434th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488) 7Oct43. Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467)
					3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Chicago’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. 
					79th Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466). 
					Fatal crash landing at Membury 21Jan45. Salvaged 21Jan45.
				24046 (MSN 9908) to USAAF Jul 19, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  320th Transport Squadron, 
					27th Air Transport Group, Warton (Station 582).  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1943.  To Turkish AF Mar 16, 1949
					as 42-6074.  YSL-7R  (Jun 1980.  12-074 (Jun 1987)
				24047 (MSN 9909) to USAAF Jul 20, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct43. Eighth Air Force 7Oct43. 
					73rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Damaged taking off at Aldermaston 
					14May44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Chicago’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44.
					Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Condemned May 20, 1949.
				24048 (MSN 9910) to USAAF Jul 20, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Oct43. Ferried overseas via the 
					North Atlantic. Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 19Oct43. 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44.
					To KLM as PH-TBK bought Jan 3, 1946.
					Sold Sep 13, 1950 to Italian AF "SM-19", "SM-15" (Sep 1948) "CR-43"/"14-43" (May 1976) as MM61777.
					Stored at Rome/Guidonia
				24049 (MSN 9911) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Oct43. 434th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. Purchased by AB Norrlandsflyg. 
					Registration SE-AYM reserved, not taken up. Purchased by Skandinaviska Aero AB 23Aug46, named "Svea". The engines 
					were used, the rest became spare parts. The aircraft was then bought by the businessman Karl Östman, 
					converted to a pastry shop, and on 12Jul49 the well-known konditori DC-3 Fritze was opened at the Societetspark 
					in Norrtälje, Sweden. The café closed in 1975. In 1977 the C-47 was taken to the Civil Defense Exercise 
					Plant [Civilförsvarets] in Rosersberg. To Luftfartmuseet at Stockholm-Arlanda 1980, later returned to 
					Norrtälje. In 2002 a restoration was started. The cockpit of the Swedish C-47 was bare. Missionary Flights 
					C-47 N2401 [43-49002] in Florida was just about to be broken up due to damage from two Hurricanes. 
					It was complete with instruments, radios and everything. The restored aircraft was located outside the hotel 
					Roslagen in Norrtälje. With the lease about to expire, the aircraft was transported to its new location, 
					Norrteljeport trade area at the southern entrance, in Jun17.
				24050 (MSN 9912) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 1Oct43. Eighth Air Force 6Oct43. 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Chicago’, 
					6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44..  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvaged May 20, 1949
				24051 (MSN 9913) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route. 
					St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 1Oct43. Eighth Air Force 6Oct43. 
					73rd Troop Carrier Squadron [CN*N], 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men 
					and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Chicago’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. Transported supplies for the 101st Airborne 
					Division on Operation ‘Kangaroo’ to a drop zone at Bastogne, Belgium during the Ardennes offensive 23Dec44. 
					Damaged landing at Aldermaston 4Jan45.  Condemned Jan 10, 1945, salvage
				24052 (MSN 9914) to USAAF Jul 22, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 1Oct43. Eighth Air Force 6Oct43. 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Missions ‘Chicago’ and ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44.
					Stored Jul 6, 1945.  To RFC Nov 6, 1945.
					To NC65282 with Northeast Airlines May 17, 1946.  Bought by Piedmont Aviation Co Feb  21, 1948.
					Reregistered to N44V "P/m Commonwealth".  To Charlotte Aircraft Co Dec 31, 1961.  CASCO Aircraft Ferrying
					Service.  To Spanish AF Oct 20, 1961 as T.3-28 "901-4"/"744-28".  WFU Nov 22, 1977. 
					Registered G-BHUA Apr 30, 1980 with Aces High Limited of Fairoaks, Surrey but cancelled Dec 1983 and not
					imported.  Now preserved as T.3-28 at Salamanca.
				24053 (MSN 9915) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  9th AF.  Czechoslovakia Nov 16, 1946.
					To OK-VAJ Min Dopravny 1946. To Czech AF 1950
				24054 (MSN 9916) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Condemned Apr 12, 1944, salvage
				24055 (MSN 9917) Delivered Jul 21 1943.  While attached to 301TCS/441TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, 
					on Feb 17, 1944 was damaged in a ground accident at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, next while attached to 
					810 AAFBU at Laurinburg-Maxton AB damaged in a taxi incident on Feb 3, 1945. Apr 14, 1954 to French Armée de l’Air 
					Groupe Transport I/64 (Transport long-courier).  To Royal Cambodian AF as 055 on Aug 10 1956.
					Not believed to have survived to the times of the Khmer AF, last noted in 1966.
				24056 (MSN 9918) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Condemned May 31, 1945, salvage
				24057 (MSN 9919) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  Pope 1 TC.  March TAC May 12, 1946.  SAC Mar Jul 12, 1949.  SC-476
					Stead SAC 62 Res Jul 13, 1954 to Oct 1954.  Card ends.  To MSDC in 1961; to N86459 with
					Douglas Parts & Aircraft Co, Douglas, AR 20Aug61.   Aviation Enterprises Inc, Long Beach, CA US.
					Allaire Inc, Richmond, VA US 1976.  cancelled Nov77. wfu Nov 1977
				24058 (MSN 9920) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943.  To Peruvian AF as FAP-424 in 1947.  Renumbered FAP-319.  Transferred to SATCO as
					OB-XAE-538, later OB-R-538.  Crashed Nov 30, 1966 Chachapovas, Peru.  Reported also as repaired
					as N90545 Dixie Coll, St George, VT Jun 1977.  To F. Englert Jul 13, 1978.  To HP-837 SA Intl Aug 12, 1978.
					Columbus Ventures Corp, Tocumen N79RD.  R. J. Doll, AK May 1979.  Still as HP-837 May 1980.
				24059 (MSN 9921) to USAAF Jul 28, 1943.  In USA. To RFC Jun 25, 1946.  Stored Aug 8, 1946.   To NC88804
					in 1946.  W/o 14 Mar 1947 at Charleston, SC
				24060 (MSN 9922) to USAAF Jul 22, 1943.  In USA.   8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Germany.  To FLC Dec 27, 1948.
					To Turkey Mar 30, 1949
				24061 (MSN 9923) to USAAF Jul 22, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Returned to USA Jun 30, 1945.  Stored Jul 5, 1945.  
					Colombia (ARP) May 11, 1949
				24062 (MSN 9924) to USAAF Jul 1943. 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488). Welford (Station 474) 10Dec43. Aldermaston (Station 467) 3Mar44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Chicago’, 6Jun44.
 					To French AF under MDAP Apr 28, 1952.  GT2/62 "FRAZQ" Apr 1953.  Back to
					USAF Oct 13, 1955.  To South Vietnam AF "E"/"eC" (1964).  TO24062 with Chinese Nationalist AF Apr 1972
					to Nov 1979
				24063 (MSN 9925) to USAAF Jul 23, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1943.  To Turkey Mar 21, 1949
				24064 (MSN 9926) Delivered to USAAF 26Jul43; served with 74th TCS, 434th TCG at RAF Aldermaston. 
					Named "Placid Lassie". Participated in D-Day operation.  It also
					saw action at Arnhem and during the Battle of the Bulge.  Mourmclon-le-Grand airfield (ALG A-80), France.
					Damaged while parked by C-47A 42-100505 landing at Geinhausen (Y-67), Germany 3Apr45; 
				     Repaired within a week.  81st Troop Carrier Squadron, Hunter, Savannah, GA 6Jul45; San Bernardino, CA 14Jul45;
					Stored Jul 14, 1945.  To RFC Nov 19, 1945.  National Air Transportation Service; registered NC74589; 
					West Coast Airlines 23Jun49; fleet number '106'.  Air West Aug67; Aerodyne Corp, Renton, WA 18Jun68; 			
					WFU Renton (May74 to Jan80); Saber Aviation May84; Jurmie E Watkins Jr, 6Aug92; Dodson International Air; 
					Carolina Shuttle, Greensboro, NC; stored Covington, GA 1998; Dixie Jet Services 6Aug08; Went through a 
					series of owners.  Abandoned at least once and claimed by an FBO in compensation for unpaid bills.  
					Restoration at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL Jul08.  In 2012 
					was with Wells Fargo Bank, which acts as a trustee for non-US citizens and corporations.  Operated by 
					Tradewind Aviation.  Now known as the "Union Jack Dak", having been returned to flying condition in 2010 
					by a team from Britain. Registration current [Jul16].  Now flying as "Placid Lassie" since 2014
				24065 (MSN 9927) to USAAF Jul 23, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Stored USA Dec 27, 1945.  To RFC Jun 19, 1946.
					To XA-GAV of Aerovias Reforma SA ov Mexico in 1954.  TO CC-CLDV "216" Lan-Chile Apr 5, 1955.  To CC-CBZ
					regregistered.  Linea Aera del Cobre 1963 - (1975) - Aerovias Bochetta Ltd.  Derelict Coihaique-Aysen, Chile by 1979.
				24066 (MSN 9928) to USAAF Jul 24, 1943  Eighth Air Force 22Oct43. 80th Troop Carrier Squadron [7D*Q], 
					436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466). Transported paratroopers of the 506th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone north of Son, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44; 
					hit by enemy ground fire just short of the DZ but paratroopers were able to jump. The crew bailed out except the pilot 
					who made a controlled crash landing at Son and survived [1KIA]. Salvaged 21Oct44.  MACR 10429
				24067 (MSN 9929) to USAAF Jul 24, 1943.  Left USA Oct 5, 1943.  Tempelhof AFE Apr 30, 1947.  Burtonwood 3AD
					Feb 24, 1951 to Sep 5, 1953.  Broken up Feb 10, 1954.
				24068 (MSN 9930) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  8th AF Nov 6, 1943.  DBR Dec 2, 1943, condemned Nov 30, 1944.
					Divered to RAF as TP181.  No 107 Transport Operational Training Unit, Leicester East
					Jul 19, 1944.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe with serial 4844M and presumably
					subsequently scrapped.
				24069 (MSN 9931) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  8th AF Nov 6, 1943.  9th AF; 74th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					434th Troop Carrier Group, Welford Park, Berks 18Oct43; collided in midair with RAF Spitfire P8312 Oct 27, 1943.  
					The Spitfire pilot bailed out and the Spitfire crashed near Navenby, Lincolnshire, England, but the C-47 survived with 
					little damage; Czechoslovakia 18Jun46; Ceskoslovenské Státní Aerolinie (CSA) 1948; Registered OK-WDJ; 
					Armée de l'Air / French AF 24May60 as 42-24069; Escadrille de Liaison Aérienne (ELA) 57, Reggan, Algeria 
					May62 to Sep62; Groupe Aérien Mixte (GAM) d’Outre-mer 50, Ivato, Madagascar Dec65; Groupe de Transport et de 
					Liaison Aérienne (GTLA) 2/60, Villacoublay, Paris May68 to Jul68; Stored Châteaudun 1971; Brabier, 
					Brevanne; Registration F-BRGA reserved, ntu; Yugoslav AF / Jugoslovensko Ratno 
					Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1971 as 71234
				24070 (MSN 9932) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943.  Stored Jan 22, 1946.   To Brazilian AF as FAB 2044 Feb 1947.  
					To civil registry with Rondonia Industria y Comercio (Rico Taxi Aereo) as PT-KUR Sep 20, 1976.   Destroyed 1986
				24071 (MSN 9933) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943.  In USA.  Salvaged Jun 19, 1945
				24072 (MSN 9934) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943.  To 8th AF Nov 24, 1943.  To USA Jul 10, 1945.  Stored Jul 16 1945.  Colombia (ARP)
					May 11, 1949
				24073 (MSN 9935) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943.  Bownam ITC. TC San Antonio Mar 31, 1947.  Randolph TC Jan 6, 1953 to Oct 1954.  
					Card ends.
				24074 (MSN 9936) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					Returned to USA Jul 5, 1945.  To RFC Nov 30, 1945.  
					To Argentine AF.   To LV-XFR Argentina.
				24075 (MSN 9937) to USAAF Jul 26 1943.  In USA.  Stored May 11, 1945.  To CAA Nov 16, 1946
				24076 (MSN 9938) to USAAF Jul 26, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 6Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					TO 12th AF Dec 20, 1944.  To Polish Air Lines (LOT) 
					as SP-LCF Dec 3, 1946, cancelled Jan 12, 1959.  To Iran Air as EP-AEG Jun 1959, then to Government 
					of Congo (Democratic Republic) as 9Q-AEG Jan 1962, 9Q-AEG ultimate fate uncertain.
				24077 (MSN 9939) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 6Nov43. 77th Troop Carrier Squadron [IB*J], 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44; hit by flak before reaching 
					the drop zone and exploded near Picauville, Normandy  [21KIA].  MACR 7801
				24078 (MSN 9940) to USAAF Jul 24, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39062 Jul 24, 1943
				24079 (MSN 9941) to USAAF Jul 28, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39063 Jul 28, 1943
				24080 (MSN 9942) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39064 Jul 27, 1943
				24081 (MSN 9943) to USAAF Jul 31, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39065 Jul 31, 1943
				24082 (MSN 9944) to USAAF Jul 31, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39066 Jul 31, 1943
				24083 (MSN 9945) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD959 Aug 26, 1943. 353 Sqdn RAF.
					Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  Wfu; to VT-CGB on 27 Jan 1947; w/o 15 Sep 1952 at Wadi Halfa, Sudan
				24084 (MSN 9946) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD960 Aug 24, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					DBR when ran off strip and bogged down, Catania, Sicily Nov 24, 1943
				24085 (MSN 9947) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD961 Aug 24, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					1330 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
42-24086/24136		Douglas C-47A-45-DL
				MSN 9948/9998
				24086 (MSN 9948) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD962 Sep 1, 1943.  31 Sqdn RAF.
					To South African AF as 6880 Sep 28, 1945.  To Wenela Air Services as ZS-CCG Jan 31, 1956, to 
					Mozambique and Government of Mozambique, operated by DETA 
					(Direccao de Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos or Linhas 
					Aereas de Mocambique --LAM) as CR-AHB named "MACULA", to 
					SAC (Servicio da Aeronautica Civil) as CR-AHB.  In 1972 to 
					Portuguese AF as FAP 6176.  In 1975 to Angola as
					C9-AHB.  B/u and scrapped at Maputo in 1976.
				24087 (MSN 9949) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD963 Sep 1, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					117 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  By 1955 was VT-DDW of Indian 
					Airlines Corp.
				24088 (MSN 9950) to USAAF Jul 27, 1943. To RAF as Dakota III FD964 Sep 18, 1943.  31 Sqdn RAF>
					117 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  436 Sqdn RAF.  1331 CU RAF.  Sold to Indian
					government Jan 30, 1947 as VT-DEV. To Indian Airlines Corp.
					To Royal Nepal Ailines Corp as 9N-AAQ. To Royal Nepalese AF
					as 9N-RF10.  Crashed near Panchkall, Nepal Sep 13, 1972
					when it hit high tension wires near a highway while on paratroop
					training flight.  31 killed.
				24089 (MSN 9951) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD965 Sep 1, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					India Feb 22, 1945.  SOC Jun 7, 1945
				24090 (MSN 9952) to USAAF Jul 29 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FD966 Aug 24, 1943. 267 Sqdn RAF
					48 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-DEU registered Oct 13, 1950.  
					Crashed May 19, 1978 near Delhi
				24091 (MSN 9953) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943. To RAF as Dakota III FD967 Aug 24, 1943.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					ACSEA CS RAF.  Crashed Nov 27, 1947.  RAF record card says returned to USAF Nov 27, 1947.
				24092 (MSN 9954) to USAAF Jul 28, 1942.  To RAF as Dakota III FL503 Sep 1, 1943.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					62 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				24093 (MSN 9955) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend-Lease Aug/Sep 1943.  Missing during flight from Xi Chang
					to Kunming Sep 20, 1946 with 31 on board.  Also reported as going to Turkish AF as 42-6066 Mar 11, 1949.  YSL-66 in
					Jun 1980, then H-066
				24094 (MSN 9956) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  To Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend-Lease Aug/Sep 1943.  Missing during flight from Calcutta, India
					to Dinjan, China May 26, 1944 with 12 on board.
				24095 (MSN 9957) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  Left USA Oct 22, 1943. Eighth Air Force. 435th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.   Returned to US ATS Jul 4, 1945.  AMC Sep 30, 1946
					AFE Neubiburg Jul 11, 1951.  Weisbaden May 17, 1952 to Oct 1954.  
					Military Assistance Program [MAP]. United Nations Operation in the Congo (UNOC) Jul60 as 201. 
					3 Squadron, UN Air Transport Force, N’Dolo Airport, Léopoldville, Republic of Congo. 
					Damaged 12Jul63; required new wing but not replaced
				24096 (MSN 9958) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  Within USA.  Davis Monthan Jan 30, 1946.  Colorad NG 120 FS Mar 31, 1947.
					140 FB Apr 1951 50 FB Hahn AFE Aug 18, 1953.
					Crashed into mountain near St Etienne de Tinee, France Mar 4, 1954.  20 killed.
				24097 (MSN 9959) to USAAF Jul 30, 1943. In USA.  Stored Nov 28, 1945.  To RFC Jul 29, 1946.  Rebuilt as DC-3C MSN 43087.
					To OO-AUV with Sabena on 29 Jan 1947; Linair, Libya L Nov 8, 1959, Delta Air Transport, Antwerp
					Mar 11, 1970.  To N3433U with Jack Adams Aircraft Sales on 19 Nov 1972; Key Bros, Flying Service, Meridian, MS Mar77  
					Dan Martin Buckeye Aviation.  Meridian Air Cargo, Meridian, MS 27Apr79.  Viking Inti Airfreight L 1979.  
					ProntoAvn Svces, EI Paso, TX US 23Aug82.  to with Atorie Air Inc, El Paso, TX nov 1982, registered
					N222PV May 1983; wfu  Cancelled Jan 6, 1989 as N3433U
				24098 (MSN 9960) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Transported paratroopers of the 
					3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France
					on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					Condemned May 27, 1946, salvage
				24099 (MSN 9961) to USAAF Jul 28, 1943.  . Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 78th Troop Carrier Squadron 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. 
					Damaged taxying at Welford 28Apr44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.  
					Condemned Jun 7, 1944 AFMC (Normandy invasion?)
				24100 (MSN 9962) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. 302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Villacoublay (A-42), France. Damaged landing at Hanau/Langendiebach (Y-91), Germany 11Sep45.
					Div Sep 17, 1945.  To OK-WDV in 1947
					with Czechoslovakian State Airlines as OK-WAB.  W/o Juil 29, 1950 near Kosice, Slovakia on flight from Praha-Brno-
					Braqtislava-Kosice,  The aircraft impacted an embankment of a railway line while on final approach to Košice Airport. 
					Aircraft bnurned, leaving only the rudder and wings.  3 manned crew and 26 passengers, all survived.
				24101 (MSN 9963) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 4 Mar 1945 at Lawrenceville, IL 
					Surveyed Mar 5, 1945.
				24102 (MSN 9964) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. The aircraft was transporting paratroopers for 
					the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 5/6Jun44. 
					Having missed the drop zone the mission was re-run attached to Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. 
					438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the 
					Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. 
					With 438th TCG lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13389
				24103 (MSN 9965) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Mar 25, 1946.  To NC54550, NC59398.   
					W/o 14 Feb 1947 at League City, TX
				24104 (MSN 9966) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  8th AF Nov 7, 1943.  To RFC Mar 31, 1946
				24105 (MSN 9967) to USAAF Jul 1943 - Eighth Air Force Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Transported paratroopers of the 
					3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					no card - xx - USAF Rhode Island ANG (1954) - "0-24105" - 143 ACG Providence AFB
					Stored Davis Monthan (Dec69 to May72) - N51617 Air Freight Inc Mar 1973 - C & R Conn Air Inc, Hartford, CN 1973 - 
					Air Chicago Freight A/L L 1976 - Falcon AIW, Addison, TX Jan76 - N86FA - Reregistered 1976 - N103CA Coker
					Airfreight Inc, Grand Prairie, TX registered Jul 12, 1979 - JLR Tpt Inc, Brownsville, TX leased 1979. 
					24105 also listed as delivered Jul 30, 1943 - left US 0ct 22, 1943 - returned US Jul 4, 1945 - ATS - AMC 5ep 30,1946 - 
					Davis Monthan 29Mar 29, 1949 - TN NG 155FS Jul 13, 1949 to Oct 1954 (painted '0-24105' and '0-224105' with TENN NG) - 
					N3035F operated by Skyfreighters Corp. To Aircraft Leasing Inc, Dallas/Ft Worth, TX, bought Nov 16, 1989 - IFL Group Inc, 
					Waterford, MI bought Jul 21, 1990 -operated by Corporate Express.
				24106 (MSN 9968) to USAAF Jul 29, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC May 21, 1946.  NC15837 Unive of Southern California, Central Airlines.
					to Frontier Airlines as N15837 Oct 1, 1967.  Later  with Aero American Inc Dec 1968 reregistered N311A Jul 1969.  Skyways
					Inc, Vandalia CA Aug 1969.  Olympic International Airlines Jun 1971.  Pinehurst Airlines leased Apr 5, 1975 to Jun 30, 1975.
					Olga Toth, Coraopolis, PA Mar 1977.  R. Cabrere Aug 1978.  Miama Air Leasing Dec 11, 1978.  Alpa Import and Export Inc,
					Miami, FL Sep 7, 1978.
				24107 (MSN 9969) to USAAF Jul 30, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 26 May 1944 at Lawton, OK.  Surveyed Jul 25, 1944.
				24108 (MSN 9970) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943. In USA. To RFC Aug 22, 1946.  To NC95466.  To C-1203 Soc Aerea del Tolima SA 1947.
					WFU by Aug 1949
				24109 (MSN 9971) to USAAF Jul 30, 1943.  In USA until 1945.  To NC47076.  To PP-AJB Tptes Aereos Ltda
					registered Nov 12, 1948.  To Linhas Aereas Brasil leased by Sep 1948.  Crashed Aug 3, 1949 Bahia San Francisco, Joinville,
					Santa Catarina, Brazil.
				24110 (MSN 9972) delivered Jun 30, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 6Nov43. 77th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44 . Landed at wrong airfield, Woodley, 
					Berkshire, Oct 17, 1944. Overshot after landing downwind about mid-field and ran through several parked Miles Master 
					aircraft [Woodley was the manufacturer’s airfield]. Stripped of parts and rated Cat.3.
				24111 (MSN 9973) to USAAF Jul 30, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 6Nov43. 76th Troop Carrier Squadron [CW*G], 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone north of Son, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 
					17Sep44; crashed near Retie, Belgium [2KIA]. Six minutes from the DZ the aircraft was hit by machine gun fire, 
					setting fire to the parapacks. All paratroopers and all but two crew members bailed out when the aircraft caught fire.
					MACR 9924
				24112 (MSN 9974) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  In USA.  To reclamation Aug 20, 1946
				24113 (MSN 9975) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 22 Sep 1943 at New Florence, MO 
					Surveyed Sep 29, 1943
				24114 (MSN 9976) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 6Nov43. 79th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466). Melun/Villaroche (A-55), 
					France 26Feb45. Damaged in collision with C-47A ? 42-100670 taxying at Melun 3Apr45.
					Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvaged Jan 22, 1949
				24115 (MSN 9977) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  Bowman ITC.  March TAC Apr 30, 1946.  SSC March Jun 29, 1949.  Forbes SAC 2 Oct 1, 1949
					to Oct 1954.  Card ends
				24116 (MSN 9978) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  8th AF Nov 7, 1943.  9th AF.  to PH-TBX KLM bought Feb 15, 1946.  To Air France as
					F-BFGT bought Jan 6, 1959.  Registered Mar 24, 1950.  To N16400 Englert Investments Inc, Miami, CA Oct 1969.  Carib West
					Oct 1969.  8P-AAA Carib West Airways "Bridgetown" Mar 31, 1971.  Tropic Air, Barbadols for spares.  N16400 G de las Reyes,
					Surfside, FL 1975.  Canceled May 4, 1976.  Derelict as 8P-AAA Grantley Adams Intl AP, Barbados Oct 1978.
				24117 (MSN 9979) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  8th AF Nov 7, 1943. Condemned May 21, 1946, salvage
				24118 (MSN 9980) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jun 12, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC18664.  Sold to Aero Transportes 
					Ecuatorianos SA as HC-SGG Dec 1, 1948.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBA-246 Apr 8, 1950, later OB-R-246 in 1964.  To Peruvian 
					Navy as AT-502 Oct 6, 1966
				24119 (MSN 9981) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  8th AF Nov 7, 1943.  W/o 8 May 1945 at Helmstedt, Germany
					Condemned May 10, 1945, salvage.
				24120 (MSN 9982) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  In USA.  W/o 23 Jun 1944 at Pulaski, NY 
					Surveyed Jul 21, 1944, Rome, NY
				24121 (MSN 9983) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 6Nov43. 435th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.   Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  To reclamation Mar 3, 1948
				24122 (MSN 9984) to USAAF 6Aug43; Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 76th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford, Berkshire (Station 474) 25Jan44. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.   Damaged when C-47A 42-100633 landed on 
					top at Welford 6Jun44;  Condemned Jun 6, 1944. salvage.  To RAF at Prestwick, Scotland as 4838M ground 
					instructional airframe aircraft.  52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division 6Jul44 for air portability training.
				24123 (MSN 9985) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943. In USA.  Stored Jun 5, 1946.  To Brazilian AF Oct 8, 1946 as FAB 2030.  To civil 
					registry with A Simione, reserved Nov 12, 1946 as PT-KVR.  To J. A Simione Comercio e Representacoes Aeron Jan 31, 1977.
					To Rico Taxi Aereo.  WFU Aug 10, 1978 at Manaus, scrapped.
				24124 (MSN 9986) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  Pope ITC.  AMC May 14, 1948.  CAC Rio de Janeiro Mar 11, 1949.  Brookley MTC Mar 23, 1949
					Elmendorf MTO Aug 6, 1951.  Wright AMC 2750 ABWg Jul 14, 1954.  Wfu; to NC50525; wfu
				24125 (MSN 9987) to USAAF Aug 2, 1943.  Dunnelo ITC 1945.  ATC.  ADC. AMC. CNC Dec 20, 1948.  Norton AMC.
					to French AF in Indochina Apr 4, 1950.  To Thai AF in 1957.  W/o Nan province Jan 13, 1970.
				24126 (MSN 9988) to USAAF  Aug 2, 1943.  Bowman ITC.  Stored at Davis Monthqn Feb 26, 1946.  Colorado NG 120FS Mar 31, 1947.
					SAC Biggs Mar 4, 1951.  Big Springs TC Apr 24, 1952.  Webb TC Oct 1954.  Card ends.
					Wfu; to N87626 with Aero American Corp, Tucson, AZ in Aug 1961; Fuselage Ryan Field 1969 to Oct81   
					Aero American Aircraft Parts Co, Tucson, AZ US registered 10Jan74   Acme Aircraft Co., Tucson, AZ US RFeb82.   
					WFU 26 May 1984
				24127 (MSN 9989) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  Eighth Air Force 7Nov43. 76th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at Son 
					near Eindhoven, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 19Sep44; it became separated and lost from the rest of the 
					formation after crossing the Dutch coast. The glider was cut free then the aircraft crashed near Kasterlee, Belgium [2KIA]. Condemned 16Oct44.
					MACR 10173
				24128 (MSN 9990) to USAAF 3Aug43- In USA - Stored Aug 6, 1945. To RFC May 21, 1946 - To NC66697 C H Babb Co 1946 -
					Santa Fe Skyway Inc "Sky Chief Hope" 1946 -Celanese Corp of America 1948 Great Lakes Carbon Corp, NY (1953) -
					Missionary Flts Intl, W Palm Beach, FL Feb 23. 1977 - Reregistered N20OMF Aug 14, 1979.
					WFU Apr 6, 1999.
				24129 (MSN 9991) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  8th AF Oct 21, 1943.  Returned to USA Jul 26, 1945.  Stored Jan 31, 1946.  
					Salvaged May 8, 1947 Kelly Field, Texas
				24130 (MSN 9992) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  86th Troop Carrier Squadron, 437th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Sedalia Field, MO. Damaged landing at Bowling Green, MO 15Sep43. Eighth Air Force Nov43. 438th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Greenham Common (Station 486). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 502nd Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					Dunnelo ITC.  ATC Bowman Jan 10, 1946.  AMC.  CNR. AFE Jul 31, 1951.  388FB Etain 0-224130
					Oct 1954.  Card ends
				24131 (MSN 9993) to USAAF Aug 4, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Nov 15, 1945.  To NC54453.  C-71X Colombia
				24132 (MSN 9994) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  Left US Oct 22, 1943. 7th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Langar (Station 490). Welford (Station 474) 25Jan44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. Damaged in collision with a glider while taxying in bad weather at Welford 18Nov44.
 					Returned to USA Jul 6, 1944.  ATS. Texas Air 
					National Guard 181 FS "0-2413" May 4, 1949 to Aug 1954.  To Peruvian AF as FAP-366, re-registered as OB-R-1148
				24133 (MSN 9995) to USAAF Aug 3, 1943.  In USA. To RFC Sep 20, 1945. NC65266 Salem Eng Co - NC6K reregistered (Aug49)-
					Natt Lead Co, Holision, TX(1953)-N88Y reregistered (1966) - N L Industries Inc, Houston, rx 1971 N88YA Spirit of
					Poncacital, OK (1974) - Aero Sales Inc, Bethany, OK (1977) - Maharishi Intl Univ, Fairfield, IA registered Aug 24, 1977
					Comet Film Florida Inc, Tallahassee, FL bought Jul 13, 1981. N88YA bought by Air Atlantique for spares 1982.
					Stored at Coventry, Blackpool and Exeter, then sold to Aces High Ltd. Rebuilt as HB-ISC Classic Air AG,
					Kloten, Switzerland, registered Sep 22, 1986.
				24134 (MSN 9996) to USAAF Aug 4, 1943 - 8th AF Nov 6, 1944 Neth/Belgium - Diverted Czechoslovakia Dec 4, 1946 - OKWCO CSA 1947 -
					OK-WAK reregistered 1950.
				24135 (MSN 9997) to USAAF Aug 4, 1943. To RAAF as A65-15 (VH-CTO) Aug 23, 1943. 3 AD 23Aug43.   35 Sqn RAAF VH-CTO 09Sep43 
					33 Sqn RAAF 26Sep43.   7 AD RAAF 07Mar44.   33 Sqn RAAF 15Apr44.  Crashed into mountain range near Milne Bay, New Guinea
					Jun 7, 1944.  All onboard killed.
				24136 (MSN 9998) to USAAF 06Aug43  to RAAF as A65-16 (VH-CTP) Aug 23, 1943.  35 Sq Aug 1943 - 33 Sq "VHCTP" Sep 27, 1943 -
					Damaged when with 7AD during a afternoon storm, Apr 24, 1943, , Hanger door fell off building damaging aircraft. 
					Rec 33 Sqn RAAF ex 7AD May 3, 1944. Accident Aug 18, 1945 when landing at Madang Strip, aircraft swung during landing run, 
					with pilot over correcting and caught tail wheel in ditch. Crew not injured. Ground accident Nov 14, 1945 when truck damaged fuselage on ground.
					VH-AFF ANA registered Sep 23, 1946 but ntu - VH-TAI Trans Australian A/L "Oxley" later changed to "Baudin" registered Dec 5, 1946 - 
					Withdrawn 12Oct68.   Bakhara Haven Ptv Ltd Jun 10, 1969 - Jetair "Thomas Barion" registered Nov 19, 1969 - 
					Dept of Foreign Affairs Mar 12, 1971 - Australian Aid Jun 6, 1971 - To Laos Aug 28, 1971 - "998" Laotian AF or Govt.
42-24137/24321		Douglas C-47A-50-DL
				MSN 9999/10183
				24137 (MSN 9999) to USAAF Aug 4, 1943.  to RAAF as A65-17 (VH-CTQ) Aug 23, 1943.  Rec 35Sqn RAAF ex 3AD Sep 8, 1943. 
					Rec 33Sqn RAAF ex 35Sqn RAAF Sep 22, 1943. DAT  Call Sign VHCTQ.  Accident Feb 18, 1944, when aircraft landed heavy at Vivigani Strip, 
					Goodenough Island, with aircraft swinging to port. Repaired. Crew and 23 passengers were not injured. 
					Rec 26RSU ex 33Sqn RAAF Feb 24, 1944. Approval given per AMSE File #9/16/1515 for conversion, 24/04/44. Following another inspection 
					and temporary repairs, conversion cancelled,Aug 14, 1944 to be flown Australia. Rec ANA Parafield ex 15ARD/10RSU Oct 18. 1944. Issued to
					CFS ex ANA Jun 22, 1945. Rec 1AD ex ANA Jul 1, 1945. Rec CFS ex 1AD Jul 24, 1945. Rec 34Sqn RAAF ex CFS Sep 5, 1945.
					Rec 2AD ex 34Sqn RAAF Mar 3, 1946. Rec 34Sqn RAAF ex 2AD Mar 18, 1946.  Rec 3AD ex 34Sqn RAAF Apr 18, 1946. 
					Registered VH-ANK for Guinea Airways Nov 1946. Returned to Australian National Airways (ANA) Feb 25, 1947 as "Lutana".
					Strayed off course and crashed Sep 2, 1948 into Square Peak, Mt. Quirindi, NSW, Australia.
					13 killed.  The plane was 100 miles off course on flight from Brisbane to Sydney.
				24138 (MSN 10000) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To RAAF as A65-18 (VH-CTR) Aug 23, 1943.  35 Sq - 33 Sq - 38 Sq 
					86(T) Wg - VH-EBE Qantas
					delivered Mar 31, 1948 - VH-EBT Rr 24Jan59 - Trans Australian A/L 01Sep60 - VH-SBB TAA of NG
					"Cape Hoskins" reregistered Dec 1960 - Air Niugini Sep 14, 1973 - P2-SBB reregistered Jun 2, 1974 - P2-ANN 
					reregistered Nov 6,1975 - wfu Jul 31, 1977 - Stored Pt Moresbv Oct 1979
					N5590K Insured Acft Title Svce Inc Mar 13, 1980 (Red Cross work in Thailand) - J J Ford III
					bought Jun 30, 1981 Bush Pilot- AW Oct 1981 - Used for spares at Port Moresby. N5590K stored at Port Moresby and not
					used for spares. P2-ANN still visible. Engines are run regularly and control surfaces are stored.
				24139 (MSN 10001) To USAAF Aug 5, 1943. To RAAF as A65-19 (VH-CTS).  Delivered Aug 23, 1943 - 
					A65-19 RAAF "VHCTS" Aug 23, 1943 - 35 Sq - 33 Sq - 9 Comm Unit CFS - Pt Cook - 
					Ground accident Jan 7 1944 at Gurney strip when a 245th Company (6th Bat US ARMY) truck backed into aircraft.  
					Rec 10RSU ex 33Sqn RAAF Jan 25, 1944.  Rec 33Sqn RAAF ex 10RSU Feb 19, 1944.  Rec 7AD ex 33Sqn RAAF Apr 20, 1944. 
					Rec 33Sqn RAAF ex 7AD 19/07/44. Rec 9 Comms Unit ex 33Sqn RAAF 18/09/44. Accident May 18, 1945 engine failure due to oil line failure, 
					single engine landing at Garbutt. 9 Comms Unit. Rec 33Sqn RAAF ex 9CU Sep 26, 1944. Rec 9CU ex 33Sqn RAAF Oct 7, 1944. 
					Rec 12RSU ex 9CU Dec 5, 1944. Rec 33Sqn RAAF ex 12RSU Mar 7, 1945. Accident May 13, 1945, whilst on a flight from 
					Lae to Hollandia, made an emergency landing at Madang PNG following the failure of the starboard engine in flight due to 
					hose connection. Crew were not injured. Rec ANA Parafield ex 33Sqn RAAF Jun 20, 1945. Rec 1AD ex DAP Parafield Dec 13, 1945. 
					Allotted for personal use by 1AD special duties Jan10, 1946. Rec CFS ex 1AD 20/03/46. Rec Point Cook ex CFS May 27, 1946. 
					VH-AFE Comm of Australia (DCA) ntu - 
					VH-TAH Trans Australian Airlines "Cobb" delivered Sep 20, 1946 - VH-SBN "Strzelecki" reregistered Apr 10, 1962 - 
					wfu Sep 30, 1968 - Bahkhara Haven Pry Ltd, Sydney, NSW Jul 3, 1969 - Jetair Pty Dec 3, 1969 - Sold to Dept of 
					Foreign Affairs, Australian Aid Mar 12, 1971 - Cambodian AF Sep 1971 as 24139.
				24140 (MSN 10002) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 5, 1943.  Shot down Nov 16, 1944.
				24141 (MSN 10003) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 7, 1943
				24142 (MSN 10004) to USAAF Aug 6, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 6, 1943
				24143 (MSN 10005) to USAAF Aug 6, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 6, 1943
				24144 (MSN 10006) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 5, 1943
				24145 (MSN 10007) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 5, 1943.  To civil registry as CCCP-L828
				24146 (MSN 10008) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 11, 1943
				24147 (MSN 10009) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 5, 1943
				24148 (MSN 10010) to USAAF Aug 6, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 6, 1943
				24149 (MSN 10011) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 5, 1943.  To Civil Air Fleet/Yakutia
				24150 (MSN 10012) to USAAF Aug 5, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 5, 1943
				24151 (MSN 10013) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 9, 1943.  To Civil Air Fleet/Yakutia
				24152 (MSN 10014) to USAAF Aug 6, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 6, 1943
				24153 (MSN 10015) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 7, 1943
				24154 (MSN 10016) to USAAF Aug 6, 1943.  To Soviet Union Aug 6, 1943
				24155 (MSN 10017) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39067 Aug 7, 1943
				24156 (MSN 10018) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39068 Aug 7, 1943
				24157 (MSN 10019) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39069 Aug 7, 1943
				24158 (MSN 10020) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 39070 Aug 7, 1943
				24159 (MSN 10021) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 39071 Aug 7 ,1943
				24160 (MSN 10022) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL504 Aug 9, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					Crashed on landing at Imphal, Assam, India Jun 23, 1944.
				24161 (MSN 10023) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL505 Aug 9, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF.
					Wrecked when struck C-47 42-100699 on takeoff from Comilla, India Feb 13, 1944
				24162 (MSN 10024) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL506 Aug 9, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.  
					Wrecked when skidded on landing and struck train, Jorhat, India May 7, 1944.
				24163 (MSN 10025) to USAAF Aug 10, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL507 Aug 10, 1943.  31 Sqdn RAF.
					352 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  Possibly 
					damaged Jun 6, 1946 in hangar collapse during gale.
				24164 (MSN 10026) to USAAF Aug 7, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL508 Aug 9, 1943.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				24165 (MSN 10027) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL509 Aug 9, 1943.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					To Indian AF.  Destroyed Jun 6, 1946 when hangar collapsed in a storm at Palem, India.
				24166 (MSN 10028) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL510 Aug 9, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF India
					CU RAF.  ACSEA CS RAF.  Used by Lord Louis Mountbatten in Asia.
					Named "Sister Anne", after a naval nurse who nursed Mountbatten back to good
					health a couple of times in Burma.  48 Sqdn RAF.  Force landed on Sado Island, Japan Jan 18, 1946
					enroute to Shanghai.  Repaired with local help and flown out. This event has been
					recreated for the Japanese film "Fly Dakota Fly", made to commemorate 400 years of
					Japanese-British relations in 2013.  Aircraft used in the film was 43-48501.  Used by commander-in-chief
					Alfsea< Bassingborn, UK dec 10, 1947.  No 8 Maintenance Unit Little Rissington Jan 7, 1949.
					To G-AOYE Eagle Aircraft Services Ltd bought Oct 31, 1956.  To French AF as 24166 Apr 15, 1957.  
					To French civil registry as F-BTBD.  On October 16, 1978 it was purchased 
					by Transfair Inc. of Longue-Pointe-De-Mingan, Quebec and registered as C-FPOY as a DC3C-S1C3G.  Later it was 
					operated by Transport Aerien Sept-Iles of Sept-Iles, Quebec.  On March 24, 1983 it was sold to Groupe S.G. 
					International, Inc. of Montreal, Quebec with the same C-FPOY registration.  On Oct 27, 1998, the registration
					was cancelled and sold to Cuba with Aerotaxi/Empresa Nacional de Servicios Aereos as CU-T1192.  Hijacked to Key 
					West, FL Apr 1, 2003.  Seized by local authorities as part of a lawsuit by the ex-wife of a Cuban double agent who 
					had posed as a defector to infiltrate groups opposed to communist rule in Cuba.  Sold at public auction for 
					$12,500 June 2, 2003
				24167 (MSN 10029) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL511 Aug 9, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					DBR when struck by C-46 while bogged down, Imphal, India Mar 25, 1944
				24168 (MSN 10030) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943. To RAF as Dakota III FL512 Aug 9, 1943. 31 Sqdn RAF,
					117 Sqdn RAF, 194 Sqdn RAF, 31 Sqdn RAF, 52 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				24169 (MSN 10031) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL513 Aug 9, 1943.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					353 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  By 1955 was VT-CGL of Indian Airlines Corp.   
					WFU Safdar Jang Airport, Dlhi 1969 to 1979.  Cancelled.
				24170 (MSN 10032) to USAAF Aug 9, 1943.  Oran Sep 20, 1943.  Returned to USA 26Sep45.  To RFC 05Nov45   
					C-74 LANSA Colombia  C-303 Rr HK-303 Rr 1949.  Avianca 01May54.  W/o with Avianca Jan 22, 1956
				24171 (MSN 10033) to USAAF Aug 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 13Sep43. Force landed after engine failure near 
					Sagres, Algarve, Portugal 20Sep43. Interned.   Rebuilt and sold Dec 16, 1946 to Transportes
					Aereos de Portuguesa (TAP) as CS-TDB.  Crashed at Monte da
					Caparica (Lisbon) during training flight Jan 27, 1948. 3 killed.
				24172 (MSN 10034) to USAAF Aug 10, 1943.  9th AF Jul 31, 1944.  Europe/Oberpfaff Apr 30, 1947.  Kaufbirn 60TC Jul 31, 1948.
					Mildenhall 3910 ABG Feb 1950 to 1965.  WFU and scrapped May 1972
				24173 (MSN 10035) to USAAF Aug 10, 1943 Oran, Algeria 23Sep43. Headquarters Squadron, 61st Troop 
					Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), 
					Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Returned to USA Sep 25, 1945 - RFC Sep 25, 1945
					NC28679 Brown & Bigelow 1945 - Northwest A/L "381" B24Dec45 - Mid-Continent A/L Inc Feb 28, 1951 Braniff A/W
					Aug 16, 1952 - Stewart Air Svces Aug 21, 1958 Braniff Jul 22, 1961 (repossessed) - Lockheed Acft Corp, Burbank, CA
					Feb 1964 - N2641C reregistered Jan 1972 - N551T US Thrift Lsg Corp, Phoenix, AZ 1974 - Alan Hulsey, Dallas, TX t/a Airgo
					Air Freight leased 1974, bought 1977 - J C Bowman Jr, Anderson, SC (Jun 1979) - N12BA Bowman Avn Inc, Anderson,
					SC (Bo-S-Aire) registered Jul 1979 - R C Schnabel, Gray Court, CS registered Jun 5, 1979. - S J Bowman, Anderson, SC. 
					bought Mar 23, 1981.  N12BA Century Airlines Inc, Pontiac, MI, bought Jan 31, 1989. To Ruhe Sales Inc, Leipsic, OH R 
					0ct 1990, bought Oct 19, 1990.
.				24174 (MSN 10036) to USAAF Aug 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 19Sep43. Eighth Air Force 4Jan44. 
					Ninth Air Force 27Apr44. 34th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Damaged landing in collision with C-47A 42-93035 taxying at Colleville-sur-Mer (A-22), France 22Jul44.
  					Condemned Jun 3, 1946, salvage
				24175 (MSN 10037) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943.  Oran Sep 14, 1943.  To RFC Sep 28, 1945
				24176 (MSN 10038) to USAAF Aug 10, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 14Sep43. Ninth Air Force 31Jul44.
					43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					This aircraft was one of 18 aircraft airborne from Spanhoe on a night formation sortie when they encountered 
					bad weather. The formation let down to avoid a weather front and turned to the left. During the turn, the flight 
					flew into rain, and the pilot left the formation as the rain on his windscreen distorted his view of the other aircraft. 
					The aircraft hit the ground whilst he was letting down out of the rain before he became aware of how close to 
					the ground he was flying. The aircraft was destroyed in the crash at Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire 12Aug44 [4KIA]
 					An altimeter was retrieved from the wreckage reading some 45 feet below the height of the 
					local terrain.   Aircraft condemned Sep 8, 1944
				24177 (MSN 10039) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943.  . Oran, Algeria 23Sep43. Ninth Air Force Feb44. 
					49th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. While turning at the IP with the glider still under 
					tow, the aircraft was hit by flak on the right wing, causing it to fold up. The glider released to rope and landed 
					safely between Boxtel and Schijndel; the C-47 crashed at Middelrode, SE of Hertogenbosch, Netherlands [4KIA].
 					MACR 9918
				24178 (MSN 10040) to USAAF  Aug 11, 1943 - no card - xx - USAF 36th FIW Bitburg "0-224178...... 0-24178"
					(1961). 42-24178 delivered Aug 10, 1943 - Europe to Apr 30, 1947 - stored Oberpfaff. -Furstenfeldbruck AFE 36AB May 6, 1949 -
					36FB - Bitburg 36FB Dec 19, 1953 to 1963.  Wfu; to Laos AF as 24178
				24179 (MSN 10041) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943.  Oran Sep 23, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvage May 20, 1949
				24180 (MSN 10042) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943 - Oran, Algeria 1Sep43. 438th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of 
					Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Returned to USA Aug 5, 1945 - RFC Oct 26, 1945 - PP-CCN Servicos Aereos 
					Cruzeiro do Sol "Bigua" delivered Mar 26, 1946 - cancelled Mar 24, 1961 - PP-FVN Min de Viacao e Obras Publicas 
					"Cassaco" Nov 16, 1960 - Exported Sep 29, 1961 cancelled.
				24181 (MSN 10043) to USAAF to USAAF Aug 1943.  Oran, Algeria Sep43. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [T3*C; Nose #62], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force. Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. 
					Routed via Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 9th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the 
					southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Served with Danish Red Cross as OY-ITC Jan 6, 1949 to Jan 9, 1950
					Also listed as being with 498th TCG and lost Dec 3, 1944.  MACR 10452.  
				24182 (MSN 10044) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943. . Oran, Algeria 20Sep43. Ninth Air Force 4Apr44. 
					438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Greenham Common (Station 486). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 2nd Battalion, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at 
					the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Diverted to Poland Apr 11, 1946. To SP-LCB with LOT.  
					W/o May 24, 1948, Stockholm.
				24183 (MSN 10045) to USAAF Aug 11, 1943. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 20Sep43. Oran, Algeria 24Sep43. 
					Ninth Air Force 5Mar44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Returned to USA Sep 11, 1945.  Stored Dec 1, 1945.
					To Venezuealan AF (ARP) Nov 13, 1947
				24184 (MSN 10046) to USAAF Aug 16, 1943. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct43. Oran, Algeria 8Oct43. Ninth Air Force 3Mar44. 
					29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone 
					one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. A resupply flight for the 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44 was aborted in bad weather. 
					15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). 
					Damaged by machine gun fire during an enemy attack on the hangar at Barkston Heath 6Mar45.
					Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  To FLC France Apr 2, 1948.  F-BFGD
					Ste Transatianique Aerien registered Aug 20, 1949.  Crashed Jan 24, 1950 into a mountain 30 miles west of Tamatave, 
					Tananarive, Madagascar.  All 14 onboard killed.
				24185 (MSN 10047) to USAAF Aug 12, 1943.  Oran Sep 14, 1943.  Participated in
					OSS Operation Halyard from Bari, Italy to rescue Allied airmen from Yugoslavia.
					Returned to USA Nov 7, 1945.  To RFC Oct 1, 1945.
					To NC50486 in 1946; The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled 8Aug49. To Mutual Defense 
					Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. 
					To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				24186 (c.n 10048) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  Oran Sep 10, 1943.  12th AF Apr 16, 1944.  9th AF.  Condemned Nov 1, 1947 salvage.
					FAA records give N2883D and possibly to Bolivian AF
				24187 (MSN 10049) to USAAF Aug 12, 1943.  Oran Sep 14, 1943.  9th AF.  To Portugal in 1946 as CS-TDH with Transportes Aereos de
					Portuguesa (TAP).  In Feb 1959 to Portugal AF as FAP 6154.  Crashed in Chitado, Angola Nov 10, 1961
				24188 (MSN 10050) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  Oran Sep 10, 1943.  12th AF.  Condemned Sep 23, 1943, crash
				24189 (MSN 10051) to USAAF Aug 12, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland 
					to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 2Oct43. Oran, Algeria 8Oct43. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*K; Nose #51], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Borizzo 12Feb44. 
					Routed via Oran, Algeria; Gibraltar; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Cottesmore, Rutland (Station 489) Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. 
					TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion paratroopers
					to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					To RFC Sep 25, 1945.
					To NC4368.  To VT-COJ registered Aug 23, 1947.  To Air Services of India Dec 28,1949, To Indian Airlines Corp Aug 2, 1953.
					Crashed Jun 25, 1958 Damrak Valley, 130 m from Mohanaban, Assam.  While manoeuvring at a low height in mountainous 
					terrain during a supply dropping mission the port wing of the cargo plane grazed the side of a hill 
					thus causing the aircraft to slew and crash. A contributory factor might have been the mismanagement of the fuel 
					system which caused temporary loss of engine power and height.  5 of 7 onboard killed.
				24190 (MSN 10052) to USAAF Aug 12, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 20Sep43. Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco 
					to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 25Mar44. Ninth Air Force 2May44. 
					438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45.
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three miles northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
  					Returned to USA Aug 10, 1945.
					To RFC Oct 26, 1946.  NC64722 Natl Skyway Freight A21 Jul46 - Eagle Air Freight - Cr 08Mar48 San Jose, CA (hit
					mountain) - But we have a DC-3 with the same MSN going to civilian registry as N7771B.  To Wheeler
					Airlines of Canada as CF-JIH.
					Re-registered as N74827.  To Mont Laurier Aviation of Canada as CF-NAH.  Sold to TAPSA 
					of Peru "Socrates" as OB-R-774.  WFU Lima 1971
				24191 (MSN 10053) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  Oran Sep 20, 1943.  North Africa Wg ATC.  To Ethiopian Airlines Mar 1946
					as ET-T-1.  Crashed after takeoff from Tippi airstrip near Jimma, Ethiopia Jan 13, 1962, killing 5 of 18 onboard.
				24192 (MSN 10054) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  . Oran, Algeria 20Sep43. Ninth Air Force 29Mar44. 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					To Netherlands/Belgium.  Condemned Jan 31, 1947, salvage
				24193 (MSN 10055) to USAAF Aug 14, 1943.  Oran Sep 23, 1943.  12th AF.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948. FLC Feb 7, 1949.
					To Turkey Apr 23, 1949
				24194 (MSN 10056) to USAAF Aug 14, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 23Sep43. 18th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Italy. Damaged in mid-air collision with C-47A ? 41-18357 at Rosinano, Italy 8Feb45.
					Returned to USA Sep 15, 1945.  To RFC Sep 22, 1945
				24195 (MSN 10057) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 23Sep43. Ninth Air Force 29Mar44. 
					313th Transport Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Grove (Station 519). The aircraft was used during 
					Operation Overlord for the evacuation of wounded troops from France back to England Jun44. 
					In blizzard conditions, on a flight from Grove to Villeneuve (A-63), Vertus, France, the aircraft 
					struck a hill and crashed into woods between Vert-la-Gravelle and Toulon-la-Montagne, France 4Jan45 [4KIA].
					Aircraft condemned Nov 2, 1945, salvage
				24196 (MSN 10058) to USAAF Aug 14, 1943.  Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. Meeks Field, 
					Keflavik, Iceland to Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland 20Sep43. Oran, Algeria 23Sep43. Eighth Air Force 25Mar44. 
					Ninth Air Force 2May44. 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Condemned May 23, 1946, salvage.
				24197 (MSN 10059) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  Oran Sep 17, 1943.  12th AF Apr 16, 1946.  Germany until Sep 5, 1950
				24198 (MSN 10060) to USAAF Aug 18, 1943.  Oran Sep 20, 1943.  9th AF Feb 6, 1944.  Netherlands/Belgium.  Condemned
					and salvaged Jan 29, 1947  
				24199 (MSN 10061) to USAAF Aug 14, 1943. Ninth Air Force 29Mar44. 77th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. Damaged taxying in bad weather at Liège/Bierset (A-93), Belgium 20Jan45.
					Europe to Apr 30, 1947 at Obeerpfaff.  Neubiberg AFE 86FT Apr 1948.
					Erding 8tAD Oct 51 19 Jan 1952.  Orly 7415th ABGRU "0-24199" Aug 7, 1952 to 1961.  Stored Davis Monthan 1961 to 1965.
					Scrapped
				24200 (MSN 10062) to USAAF Aug 15, 1943. Oran Sep 23, 1943.  USA Sep 14, 1945.  To RFC Nov 21,1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC66056, C-504, HK-504 in 1949 with Sociedad Aeronautica
					Medellin (SAM).  Crashed during cargo flight at Medellin, Colombia Jun 15, 1951.  3 killed.
				24201 (MSN 10063) to USAAF Aug 15, 1943. Oran, Algeria 19Sep43. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Sciacca, Sicily. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 11Feb44. 
					Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath 
					(Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Returned to USA Sep 21, 1945.  RFC Nov 5, 1945.
					To civil register as OO-AUP with Sabena Aug 7, 1946 then as 9Q-CUP with Air Zaire and w/o Feb 15, 1970.
				24202 (MSN 10064) to USAAF Aug 13, 1943.  Oran Sep 15, 1943.  12th AF Apr 16, 1946.  Germany to Sep 17, 1948. FLC 
					Nov 27, 1948.  Turkey Dec 4, 1948
				24203 (MSN 10065) to USAAF Aug 14, 1943.  Oran Sep 4, 1943.  With 62nd TCG lost Nov 12, 1944.  MACR 9976
				24204 (MSN 10066) to USAAF Aug 14, 1943.  14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Twelfth Air Force, Kairouan, Tunisia 21Jun43. Licata, Sicily 1Sep43. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via El Aounia, Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, 
					Casablanca, French Morocco; St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. 
					Ninth Air Force.  Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of 
					Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44; sustained numerous flak and bullet holes 
					in its wings, fuel tank and also had severe damage to ailerons. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45.
					To RFC Bush Field Oct 3 1945.  WAA.  AMC Oct 25, 1948.
					Wright Patterson AMC Feb 20, 1950.  Arnold ARD May 1954.  Card ends
					Wfu 3 Oct 1945 at RFC Bush Field, GA; to N58156; wfu
				24205 (MSN 10067) to USAAF Aug 16, 1943.  Oran Sep 27, 1943.  12th AF.  Condemned Oct 21, 1944, salvage
				24206 (MSN 10068) to USAAF Aug 16, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 20Sep43. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force; named 'Fresno Joe the Twice'. Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43. 
					Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. Routed via Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; 
					Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Groesbeek, south of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44; 
					hit by flak after releasing the glider, the aircraft banked steeply, crashed and exploded at Groesbeek [2KIA:1POW:1EVD].
					MACR 10213.
				24207 (MSN 10069) to USAAF Aug 17, 1943.  . Oran, Algeria 19Sep43. 12th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					60th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force. Damaged landing at Guldonia, Italy 3Feb45.
					Returned to USA Sep 25, 1943.  To RFC Oct 3, 1945.
				24208 (MSN 10070) to USAAF Aug 16, 1943.  Oran, Algeria 19Sep43. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					61st Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Sciacca, Sicily 6Oct43; named ‘Fire Power’ [named after an 
					officer’s race horse]. On 28Dec43, flying at an altitude of 2,200 feet, approximately five miles southwest of 
					Castelvetrano, Trapani, Sicily, the aircraft lost the left engine while towing a glider; not being able to regain 
					the motor, the propeller was feathered immediately. The right engine had to pull 40-inches of mercury and 
					2,450 rpm to maintain altitude; realizing that the engine could not stand up under such strain, a landing 
					was made at Castelvetrano. The tow rope was released at the end of the runway at Castelvetrano. 
					Coincidentally, the glider being towed by the aircraft was unable to release the tactical landing gear; 
					realizing that formation landing were made at Sciacca, and that their glider was not in formation with 
					others in flight, due to the aircraft engine trouble stated above, the glider pilot released the glider at 1,500 feet
					over and landed at Castelvetrano. No injuries were received by anyone, and no damage to equipment,
					other than what may have been the fault with the engine. Ferried to England departing Sciacca 12Feb44. 
					Routed via El Aounia, Tunis, Tunisia; Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco; Valley (Station 568), 
					Anglesey, Wales; Barkston Heath (Station 483) 18Feb44. Ninth Air Force. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a
					drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported 
					paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 320th 
					Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials from the 
					325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar 
					(Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at 
					Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.  
					Returned to USA Sep 14, 1945.  To RFC Sep 21, 1945.  To Sabena as OO-CBH.  
					Unused.  Destroyed Jul 22, 1946 near Kinvara, Galway, Eire, on delivery
				24209 (MSN 10071) to USAAF Aug 17, 1943. Oran, Algeria 19Sep43. 7th Troop Carrier Squadron,
					62nd Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force.  Damaged Jul 9, 1945 
					in fatal landing accident 20 mi W of Cairo, Egypt.  W/o Jul 31, 1945.
				24210 (MSN 10072) delivered Aug 16, 1943.  Oran Sep 29, 1943.  8th AF Feb 25, 1944.  9th AF.  Condemned Nov 1, 1947, salvage
				24211 (MSN 10073) to USAAF Aug 21, 1943.  48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry
					Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged 
					by enemy ground fire. 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at 
					the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Became F-BEFA for Aigle-Azur June 1948. To Royal Air Maroc June 1957 as CN-CCL. 
					To Moroccan AF April 1968 as 20669.  Next to CA-NLN, next CN-ALN.  To N9842A April 1978 but NTU. To N54607 July 1978.
					registered first to be owned by Keenair at Liverpool, then when registered 
					(02/02/89), it was owned by Lord Beaverbrook from around 1989 - 1991.  Unfortunately the Gulf War 
					meant that Kuwait Oil (who were sponsoring the restoration project) had its 
					assets frozen and therefore money dried up. The aircraft, next to G-BPMP and 
					a very large number of spares were "acquired" by Air Atlantique who then sold 
					the aircraft to Parkhouse Aviation in High Wycombe. However, serious corrosion was discovered, 
					so they ended up reducing it to spares.   When the aircraft was then broken up, 
					the wings went to the US. This was carried out Apr 7, 1995. The nose section had a brief spell 
					at the Mosquito Aircraft Museum at London Colney before moving on to the museum at Aalsmeerderbung in 
					the Netherlands in November 1997.  The aircraft itself was officially declared 
					wfu on Apr 18, 1995.  The nose of this DC-3 sits in the Luchtvaart Hobby Shop 
					rebuilt as a training device. 
				24212 (MSN 10074) to USAAF Aug 19, 1943.  Oran Sep 23, 1943.  8th AF Mar 25, 1944.  9th AF May 2, 1944.
					To FLC Jan 30, 1946.  To Aer Lingus in Feb 1, 1946.  Not converted for civil use and sold for scrap Oct 8, 1946
				24213 (MSN 10075) to USAAF Aug 17, 1943.  Oran Sep 23, 1943.  12th AF.  Attached to 19TCS, 64TCG in fatal crash after 
					midair collision near Tarquina, Italy Nov 16, 1942 with P-47D 44-19659, whose pilot bailed out.
				24214 (MSN 10076) to USAAF Aug  19, 1943.  Designated VC-47A.  7511th Air Base Group, Mildenhall, UK.
					3910th Air base Group, Mildenhall, UK Feb 1, 1953.   To Portuguese AF as FAP 6161 in May 1961.  
					To Mozambique AF in 1975 as VC-47A configuration.
				24215 (MSN 10077) to USAAF Aug 19, 1943.  5th AF, 374th TCG, 21st TCS as "The Pacemaker" Oran Sep 23, 1943.  
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as 56 "The Fireball Mail" 27Oct43.   To 478th SerSqn 15Jan44  
					Back to 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS 05Feb44.  Crashed Dec 10, 1944 enroute Dobodura-Hollandia
					New Guinea.  Remains located 1978
				24216 (MSN 10078) to USAAF Aug 20, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane 30Sep43 - Condemned 21Oct44 salvage - VH-ANT
					Au