1943 USAAF Serial Numbers (43-001 to 43-5108)


Last revised February 11, 2017


43-1/490	Taylorcraft L-2B Grasshopper
			56 crashed on sandbar in Liard River 15 mi W of Watson Lake, Yukon Territory Jun 21, 1943.
			201 (MSN 4776) is registered as N47727
			357 to RFC at Hill Field, UT Oct 31, 1944
			358 to Army Ground Forces Jun 10, 1943
			359 to RFC at Dupont Sep 28, 1944
			360 to RFC at Dupont Sep 28, 1944
			361 to RFC at Reading, Pa Sep 1944
			362 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 1944
			363 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 26, 1944
			364 to RFC Mar 10, 1945
			365 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
			366 to Army Ground Forces May 14, 1943.  To excess inventory list Aug 31, 1944
			368 to RFC Oct 5, 1944
			369 wrecked at Webbers Fallas, OK May 21, 1943. 2 killed
			370 to RFC at Sep 4, 1944
			371 to Army Ground Forces May 5, 1943
			372 to Army Ground Forces May 5, 1943.  To excess inventory list Aug 23, 1944
			373 to Army Ground Forces May 5, 1943.  To excess inventory list May 31,1 944
			374 to WAA Sep 11, 1944
			375 to DPC at Embry Riddle Field Sep 25, 1944
			376 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943.  To excess inventory list Sep 23, 1944
			377 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943.  To excess inventory list Sep 23, 1944
			378 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 23, 1944
			379 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943
			380 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943.  To excess inventory list Sep 23, 1944
			381 to RFC Sep 14, 1944
			382 to RFC Sep 14, 1944
			383 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943.  To excess inventory list Sep 23, 1944
			384 to RFC Sep 14, 1844
			385 to RFC Sep 14, 1944
			386 to RFC Sep 11, 1944
			387 to Army Ground Forces Mah 14, 1943
			388 to RFC Sep 10, 1944
			389 to Army Ground Forces May 14, 1943.
			390 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943.  To RFC Sep 4, 1944
			391 to Army Ground Forces May 14, 1943
			392 to RFC Sep 11, 1944
			393 to Army Ground Forces May 14, 1943.  Scrapped Feb 13, 1946
			394 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943.  To RFC May 21, 1945
			395 to Army Ground Forces May 14, 1943.
			396 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			397 to Army Ground Forces May 12, 1943
			398 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			399 to Army Ground Forces May 12, 1943
			400 to Army Ground Forces May 12, 1943
			401 to Army Ground Forces May 12, 1943
			402 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			403 to RFC at Reno AB, NV Oct 25, 1944
			404 to Army Ground Forces May 12, 1943
			405 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
			406 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			407 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943
			408 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			409 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			410 to RFC at Madison, WS Jan 6, 1945
			411 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			412 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			413 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			414 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			415 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			416 to RFC Aug 31, 1944
			417 to RFC Aug 31, 1944
			418 to RFC Aug 31, 1944
			419 to RFC Aug 31, 1944
			420 t0 Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943
			421 to RFC Aug 31,1 944
			422 to RFC Aug 18, 1944
			423 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			424 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943
			425 to RFC at Camp Howse, TX Aug 31,1 944
			426 to RFC at Camp Phillips May 27, 1943
			428 to RFC Aug 31, 1944.
			429 to Army Ground Forces Oct 19, 1944
			430 to RFC Dec 5, 1944
			431 to RFC at Cincinatti May 20, 1945
			432 to RFC Jul 12, 1945
			433 to Army Ground Forces May 17, 1943
			434 to RFC Aug 31, 1944
			435 to RFC Oct 10, 1944
			436 wrecked at Camp Breckinridge, KY May 17, 1943 and DBR
			437 to Army Ground Forces May 14, 1943
			438 to RFC Aug 31,1 944
			439 to RFC at Madison, WS Jan 6, 1945
			440 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			441 to RFC Feb 6, 1945
			442 to RFC Oct 20, 1944
			443 to RFC Oct 20, 1944
			444 to RFC Aug 15, 1944
			445 to RFC Aug 18, 1944
			446 to Army Ground Forces May 19, 1943
			447 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			448 to RFC Aug 21, 1944
			449 to Army Ground Forces Aug 27, 1943
			450 to RFC Aug 28, 1944
			451 to RFC Sep 28, 1944
			452 surveyed at Bowman Field, KY Sep 21, 1943
			453 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 29, 1944
			454 to RFC at Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK Aug 29, 1944
			455 to RFC at Cincinatti Apr 1, 1944
			456 to Army Ground Forces May 21, 1944
			457 to RFC Aug 24, 1944
			458 to RFC Aug 24, 1944
			459 to RFC Aug 24, 1944
			460 to RFC Aug 24, 1944
			461 to RFC Aug 24, 1944
			462 to Army Ground Forces May 12, 1943
			463 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			464 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			465 to RFC Aug 23, 1944
			466 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			467 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			468 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			469 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			470 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			471 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			472 to RFC at Readington, NJ Jul 23, 1945
			473 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			474 (MSN L4959) to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 22, 1944.  By 1975 was registered N46079
			475 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 28, 1944
			476 to RFC Oct 2, 1944
			477 to Army Ground Forces May 29, 1943
			478 to RFC at Carrier Field, OK Oct 2, 1944
			479 to RFC Sep 14, 1944
			480 to RFC at Carrier Field, OK Oct 2, 1944
			481 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
			482 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 26, 1944
			483 (MSN L5058) to RFC at Moody Field, GA Sep 9, 1944.  By 1980 was registered N50381
			484 to RFC Nov 25, 1944
			485 surveyed at Brookley Fikeld, AL Aug 6, 1943
			486 to Army Ground Forces May 29, 1943
			487 to RFC Jul 14, 1945
			488 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			489 to RFC at Foster Field Sep 14, 1944
			490 to RFC at Muskogee Field, OK Sep 29, 1944
43-491/1470	Piper L-4B Grasshopper
			MSN 9352/10331, originally allocated serials 42-59301/60280.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham.
			491 (MSN 9352) delivered to USAAF; transferred to Army Ground Forces; departed Lock Haven for Fort Sill on July 20, 1942
			492 (MSN 9353) to reclamation as ZL-4B at Columbus, OH Nov 10, 1948.
			493 (MSN 9354)
			494 (MSN 9355) registered N6445C; Civil Air Patrol 16Jul64, cancelled 12Jun70; substantially damaged at 
				Shelton, WA 21Apr68 in a hard landing and collision with trees
			495 (MSN 9356)
			496 (MSN 9357) registered N1138V, cancelled 4Dec90 on export to France; registered F-GHIP 23Jan92, current [Oct16]
			497 (MSN 9358) Civil Air Patrol, Belleville, IL; ground looped landing at Belleville 4Mar48; 
				registered N7923A to Civil Air Patrol, Chicago, IL 13Jul54, cancelled 22May65
			501 (MSN 9362) to reclamation as ZL-4B at Wold-Chamberlain Apt, MN Oct 27, 1949
			502 (MSN 9363) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943.  Department of Air Training, Field Artillery School, 
				Post Field, Fort Sill, OK; crashed at Rabbit Hill Auxiliary Field, OK 13Apr45
			503 (MSN 9364) to reclamation at Kansas City Jul 3, 1948
			505 (MSN 9366) converted to spares for Civil Air Patrol Feb 27, 1951
			508 (MSN 9369) registered N5956V, current [Nov16]
			510 (MSN 9371) to Civil Air Patrol at Olmstead AF, PA Apr 4, 1950.  
			511 (MSN 9372) to Civil Air Patrol, Bedford AAF, MA  Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Beverley Airport, MA
				Nov 16, 1947.
			512 (MSN 9373) Civil Air Patrol, Rock Springs, WY; force landed at Rock Springs 15Feb48; registered N73419 to Civil Air Patrol, 
				Wyoming Wing, Cheyenne, WY 29Nov50, cancelled 24Jan52  
			515 (MSN 9376) on display at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 22, 2004
			516 (MSN 9377) to Civil Air Patrol OH1/32AAFBU, NE Wing CAP damaged in accident Aug 6, 1947 2 mi NW of Bellevue, NE.
				Damaged when nosed over taxying at Omaha 4Apr52; registered N43518, cancelled 9Nov09 on export to Australia
			517 (MSN 9378) Post Field, Fort Sill, OK; damaged taxying at Terre Haute, IN August 3, 1942; burned during 
				welding repair at Chanute Field Aug 5, 1942
			518 (MSN 9379) to reclamation at Tinker, OK as L-4K May 18, 1948
			519 (MSN 9380) to reclamation at Phoenix, AZ Oct 15, 1948
			520 (MSN 9381) to Civil Air Patrol Nov 12, 1949
			521 (MSN 9382) to Civil Air Patrol Apr 1950
			522 (MSN 9383) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To storage at Post Field Jan 31, 1947
			523 (MSN 9384) to reclamation as ZL-4B at Douglas, AZ Jul 31, 1950.  registered N5869V, current [Nov16]
			524 (MSN 9385) to Civil Air Patrol at New Castle AF, DE as ZL-4B Mar 28, 1950
			525 (MSN 9386) to reclamation at Tinker AB, OK May 8, 1947
			526 (MSN 9387) to Civil Air Patrol as CL-4B Sep 25, 1950
			527 (MSN 9388) to reclamation as ZL-4B at Newark, NJ Nov 10, 1948
			530 (MSN 9391) registered N3921A, current [Nov16]	
			532 (MSN 9393) to Civil Air Patrol Apr 27, 1950
			533 (MSN 9394) registered N6036V, current [Nov16]
			534 (MSN 9395) attached to 2nd Ferrying Group at Logan Field, Baltimore, MD, damaged in an accident 
				at Youngstown, OH MAP Aug 7, 1942 on ferry flight.
			537 (MSN 9398) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF as L-4K May 18, 1948
			538 (MSN 9399) Civil Air Patrol, Nebraska Wing, Offutt AB, NB, damaged in a taxi accident due to weather 
				at Offutt Field, NE Jun 13, 1947.  Redesignated as ZL-4B Jun 23, 1949.
			539 (MSN 9400) to civil registry as N9095C ; destroyed at St Joseph, MO 16May72 when stalled taking off 
				from the family strip; current [Oct16]
			540 (MSN 9401) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			542 (MSN 9403) to Civil Air Patrol as CL-4B.  Salvaged Jan 17, 1951
			545 (MSN 9406) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK as L-4K May 1, 1948
			546 (MSN 9407) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK as L-4K May 18, 1948
			547 (MSN 9408) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			551 (MSN 9412) salvaged as ZL-4B at Offutt AAF, NB Jul 21, 1949
			552 (MSN 9413) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			554 (MSN 9415) Civil Air Patrol, Wyoming Wing, Cheyenne, WY; mid air collision 4 miles S of Kemmerer, WY 6Jun52	
			555 (MSN 9416) to reclamation at Godman AAF, KY Mar 8, 1949
			556 (MSN 9417) to reclamation as ZL-4B at Spokane, WA Feb 1, 1949
			557 (MSN 9418) attached to AAFFC/2FrGp at New Castle AAF, DE damaged in an accident Aug 19, 1942 
				at Terre Haute Airport, IN.  registered N8357H; registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, 
				FL 26Aug93, cancelled 19Aug99
			559 (MSN 9420) to reclamation at Tinker AB May 8, 1947
			561 (MSN 9422) registered N2472C, cancelled 10Sep12; substantially damaged at Ypsilanti, MI 22Nov74, engine 
				failure caused a stall and loss of control
			562 (MSN 9423) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			563 (MSN 9424) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			564 (MSN 9425) to Civil Air Patrol, Little Rock Airport, AR while attached to HQC on Nov 25, 1947 damaged in a ground collision 
				at Adams Field, AR with civilian PT-17 (N2S-3) NC39177 from Searly Airport, AR.
				Registered N10458; Civil Air Patrol, Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA 18Jul56; cancelled 18May65
			565 (MSN 9426) to Civil Air Patrol 32AAFBU at Bolling Field, DC, while attached to HqCAP damaged in a take off accident 
				at Westover Field, MA on Aug 5, 1947. Registered N1139V as Piper NE-1, airworthiness certificate issued
				Nov 8, 1956. revoked 22Feb77, cancelled 25Jun09			.
			566 (MSN 9427) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			568 (MSN 9429) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943.  Department of Air Training, Field Artillery School, Post 
				Field, Fort Sill, OK; crashed at Post Field 25Nov44	
			569 (MSN 9430) to Civil Air Patrol as N3974A Oct 11, 1956. Cancelled; restored as N3974A, current [Nov16]
			572 (MSN 9433) to reclamation at Tinker May 8, 1947. registered N2764C, current [Nov16]; 
				destroyed at Milburn, NE 30Jan80 caused by possible engine failure during a steep turn at low level
			573 (MSN 9434) to CAP as ZL-4B Apr 11, 1950
			574 (MSN 9435) to reclamation at Tinker AF, OK May 8, 1947
			575 (MSN 9436) to RFC Mar 1945.  registered N48528, current [Nov16]
			576 to RFC Mar 1945.  registered N16EH, current [Nov16]
			577 (MSN 9438) to CL-26 at Fort Sill, OK Jun 1943
			578 (MSN 9439) registered N9649H; substantially damaged at Wooster, OH 6Sep68 when ground looped 
				and collided with a parked Cessna 172 N35520; current [Oct16]
			579 (MSN 9440) originally allocated serial 42-59389.  To RFC Mar 1945.  Became
				NC48526, then N48526, cancelled May 19, 1992.   Then registered F-GLRV Jun 8, 1993.  Current Oct 2016
			580 (MSN 9441) to RFC Mar 1945.  Registered N48525, current Nov 2016
			581 (MSN 9442) to RFC Mar 1945
			582 (MSN 9443) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			583 (MSN 9444) originally serialled 42-59393.  Civil Air Patrol, Hensley Field, TX; forced landing 10 miles 
				NE of Bergstrom AFB, TX 10Oct49;  Became N10491, cancelled Dec 3, 2008 on export to UK 
				Registered Dec 5, 2008 as G-FINT, current Oct 2016
			584 (MSN 9445) to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			586 (MSN 9447) Civil Air Patrol, Warren, MI; mid air collision at Warren 8Nov52
			588 (MSN 9449) to RFC Mar 13, 1945
			589 (MSN 9450) to reclamation at Keesler AF, TN Jul 28, 1948
			591 (MSN 9452) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications
			592 (MSN 9453) 9th Air Force, Europe; 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical 
				Reconnaissance Group, Membury, Wilts; damaged taxying at Middle Wallop, Hants 6Jan44; 109th Tactical 
				Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Eschwege [R-11], Germany; 
				mid air collision 5 miles NW of Eschwege 17May45; damaged after engine failure taking off at Buchenau, 
				Germany 7Jun45; salvaged October 30, 1945	
			593 (MSN 9454) 9th Air Force, Europe; 50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Saltby, Lincs; 
				damaged taxying at Peterborough 3Jan45; salvaged January 28, 1945  
			594 (MSN 9455) 9th Air Force, Europe; 367th Fighter Squadron, 358th Fighter Group, High Halden, Kent; 
				damaged taxying at High Halden 27Jun44;  salvaged Sep 12, 1944.  
			595 (MSN 9456) 9th Air Force, Europe; 49th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313rd Troop Carrier Group, Achiet [B-54], France; 
				crashed at Meaulte, France 8Jun45
			596 (MSN 9457) condemned Sep 2, 1944
			597 (MSN 9458) VIII Ground Air Support Command; 107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, 
				Membury, Wilts; damaged when nosed over taxying at Membury 24Oct42; 9th Air Force, Europe; 153rd Liaison 
				Squadron; damaged taking off at Paignton, Devon 18Mar44; salvaged January 20, 1945
			598 (MSN 9459) 9th Air Force, Europe; 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical 
				Reconnaissance Group, Middle Wallop, Hants; damaged taxying at Middle Wallop 17May44
			599 (MSN 9460) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA 7Aug42; Atlantic Overseas Air Service Command, 
				Newark, NJ 10Aug42; 8th Air Force, England 16Sep42; 9th Air Force, Europe; test flight Bulltofta, Malmo, Sweden 8Jul46; 
				registered SE-AUE 18Jul46; damaged at Eslov 2Oct55 when heavy braking on landing caused the aircraft to nose over, 
				damaging the propeller; damaged Södergården, Hol 31Oct65 when the aircraft stalled during takeoff
			600 (MSN 9461) 8th Air Force, England; 34th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Aldermaston, Berks; 
				force landed at Yattendon 16May43; condemned October 31, 1944 
			601 (MSN 9462) 8th Air Force, England; 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Aldermaston, Berks; 
				wrecked in a taxiing accident at Aldermaston, UK Jul 27, 1943.  Condemned Sep 8, 1943
			602 (MSN 9463) VIII Ground Air Support Command; 107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Membury, Wilts; 
				damaged landing at Weston, Oxfordshire 25Dec42; 9th Air Force, Europe; 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 10th 
				Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Rennes [A-27], France; destroyed landing at Rennes 14Aug44; salvaged August 19, 1944
			603 (MSN 9464) 8th Air Force, England; 153rd Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Membury, Berks; 
				crashed near Freshford 27May43; condemned October 31, 1944  
			605 (MSN 9466) condemned due to damage Jun 13, 1945
			606 (MSN 9467) 9th Air Force, Europe; 153rd Liaison Squadron; crash landed at Warminster 15Apr44
				condemned due to damage Apr 17, 1944
			607 (MSN 9468) 8th Air Force, England; 153rd Observation Squadron, Keevil, Wilts; force landed 5 miles S of Staverton, 
				Glos 5Feb43; 9th Air Force, Europe; Headquarters Squadron, Middle Wallop, Hants; damaged taxying at Middle Wallop 29Jan44; 
				153rd Liaison Squadron; crash landed at Torbay 8Apr44; to storage at Garden City AF, KS Oct 31,1 945
			608 (MSN 9469) salvaged due to damage Feb 21, 1945
			609 (MSN 9470) salvaged due to damage Dec 16, 1944
			610 (MSN 9471) salvaged due to damage Jan 25, 1945
			611 (MSN 9472) 9th Air Force, Europe; Headquarters Squadron, Earls Colne, Essex; accident on the ground with L-5 42-98656 at 
				Earls Colne 26May44; 644th Bomb Squadron, 410th Bomb Group, Coulommiers [A-58], France; damaged 
				landing at Reims, France 6Dec44; salvaged due to damage Oct 4, 1945
			612 (MSN 9473) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AOC
			613 (MSN 9474) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AOL
			614 (MSN 9475) 8th Air Force, England; 76th Service Squadron, 70th Service Group, Boxted, Essex; damaged while 
				being taxied by ground crew at Boxted 19Jul43; 9th Air Force, England; 76th Service Squadron, 386th Bomb Group, 
				Great Dunmow, Essex; damaged landing at Great Dunmow 11Nov43; condemned May 1, 1946
			615 (MSN 9476) 9th Air Force, Europe; 587th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group, Venlo [Y-55], Holland; crashed 9 miles SE of Krefeld, Germany 23Jul45;
			616 (MSN 9477) 9th Air Force, Europe; Headquarters Squadron, Aldermaston, Berks; damaged landing at Aldermaston 21Oct43; 
				316th Transport Squadron, 31st Transport Group, IX Air Service Command, Ascot, Berks; force landed with 
				engine failure at Hayes End, Middx 30Jan44; condemned as missing Dec 31, 1944
			617 (MSN 9478) 9th Air Force, England; 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Aldermaston, Berks; 
				damaged landing at Spanhoe 4Nov44; condemned due to damage Apr 22, 1945
			618 (MSN 9479) salvaged Oct 17, 1945
			619 (MSN 9480) 8th Air Force, England; 451st Bomb Squadron, 322nd Bomb Group, Andrewsfield, 
				Essex; force landed due weather 4 miles SE of Boxted 12Oct43; written off May 20, 1945
			620 (MSN 9481) 8th Air Force, England; 153rd Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Keevil, Wilts; 
				force landed with engine failure 5 miles S of Keevil 5Apr43; condemned October 31, 1944
			621 (MSN 9482) salvaged Feb 2, 1946
			622 (MSN 9483) 8th Air Force, England; 533rd Bomb Squadron, 386th Bomb Group, Boxted, Essex; damaged taking off at Boxted 8Jul43; 
				9th Air Force, Europe; 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 10th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, Chateaudun [A-39], France; 
				destroyed landing at 15 miles W of Le Mans, France 27Aug44; condemned October 11, 1944
			623 (MSN 9484) 9th Air Force, Europe; 382nd Fighter Squadron, 363rd Fighter Group, Keevil, Wilts; 
				damaged taking off from Mill View Farm, Burton 18Jan44; condemned June 9, 1944 
			624 (MSN 9485) 8th Air Force, England; 12th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Membury, Berks; damaged taxying at 
				Membury 14Apr43; First US Army; crash landed at Horsenden Hill, London 25Mar44; Headquarters Squadron, 
				67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Le Molay [A-9], France; damaged landing 1 mile NE of Canisy, France 4Aug44; 
				condemned due to damage Aug 24, 1944
			625 (MSN 9486) 8th Air Force, England; 153rd Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Keevil, Wiltshire; 
				crashed during attempted forced landing at Madjeston
				Farm, Gillingham, Dorsetshire, England Dec 29, 1942.  Condemned Nov 20, 1945
			626 (MSN 9487) 9th Air Force, Europe; 153rd Liaison Squadron, Keevil, Wiltshire; force landed at Keevil 20Dec43; 
				395th Fighter Squadron, 368th Fighter Group, Greenham Common, Berkshire; damaged taxying at Greenham Common 
				10Feb44; 390th Fighter Squadron, 366th Fighter Group, Laon Couvron [A-70], France; 
				destroyed taking off at Silenrieux, Belgium 14Sep44; condemned due to damage Sep 22, 1944
			627 (MSN 9488) to Netherlands West Indies Aug 24, 1942, based Curacao.  Registered PJ-AFA Nov 20, 1942
			628 (MSN 9489) condemned due to damage Jul 2, 1944
			629 (MSN 9490) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarter Squadron, 2nd Combat Crew Replacement Center, Cluntoe, Northern Ireland; 
				damaged while parked at Cluntoe 16Jul44;  crash landed with engine failure at Cluntoe 20Aug44; reclaimed August 6, 1947	 
			630 (MSN 9491) 8th Air Force, England; 1st Strategic Air Depot, Troston, Honington; damaged landing at Honington 29May45; 
					transferred to RAF as VM286 for evaluation by Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) Sep45; 
					fitted with Brodie System; written off on first trial takeoff; SOC March 18, 1946
			631 (MSN 9492) 8th Air Force, England; 4th Combat Bomb Wing, Rougham; damaged when nosed over taxying at Rougham 10Apr45; 
				condemned Sep 1, 1945
			632 (MSN 9493) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Base Air Depot, Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland; 
					damaged taxying at Langford Lodge 7Feb43; Headquarters Squadron, 3rd Combat Crew Replacement Center, Toome, Northern Ireland; 
					damaged taking off at Toome 19Sep43; purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AKO
			633 (MSN 9494) 8th Air Force, England; damaged by weather parked at Kimbolton 19Jan45; purchased 1946 
				by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 11, 1946
			634 (MSN 9495) was originally serialed 42-59444. To Foreign Liquidation Commission December 11, 1945; 
				registered I-DLAB May 1958; originally owned by Alifoto company at Turin/Aeritalia airport.
				Later based at Brescia./Montichiari airport.  Crashed Sep 12, 2004 while flying low over
				Mount Orfano, Rovato (Brescia Pro=vince).  Two injured aircraft badly damaged, 
				registratin cancelled 12Sep04			
			635 (MSN 9496) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			636 (MSN 9497) salvaged Aug 7, 1945
			637 (MSN 9498) 8th Air Force, England; 322 Bomb Group, Andrewsfield; damaged landing at Hardwick 4Aug43; 
				9th Air Force, Europe; 153rd Liaison Squadron; crash landed at Breamore, Hants 31Mar44; condemned April 6, 1944	
			638 (MSN 9499) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			639 (MSN 9500) 8th Air Force, England; crashed Norfolk, England 5Jul43; to reclamation Nov 19, 1947
			640 (MSN 9501) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-ARF
			641 (MSN 9502) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			642 (MSN 9503) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			643 (MSN 9504) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			644 (MSN 9505) 8th Air Force, England; 4th Combat Bomb Wing, Rougham; damaged taxying at Debach 26Nov44; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947
			645 (MSN 9506) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			646 (MSN 9507) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-ANZ
			647 (MSN 9508) VIII Ground Air Support Command; Headquarters Squadron, Ascot, Berks; 
				crashed at Sunninghill, England Dec 28, 1942.  Condemned to salvage Oct 4, 1944
			648 (MSN 9509) used in England by 1st Combat Bomb Wing/HQ Flight, 8th AF.  Condemned to salvage Jul 17, 1945
			649 (MSN 9510) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			650 (MSN 9511) 9th Air Force, Europe; damaged taxying at Kingston Bagpuize, Berks, 22Mar44; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered June 12, 1946 as SP-ALO 
			651 (MSN 9512) 8th Air Force, England; 2nd Replacement & Training Squadron, 2nd Combat Crew Replacement Center, 
				Cluntoe, Northern Ireland; crash landed at Cluntoe 28Feb44;  condemned due to damage Jun 6, 1945
			652 (MSN 9513) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Heston, Middx; 
				damaged taxying at Membury 20Jul43
			653 (MSN 9514) condemned due to damage Apr 4, 1945
			654 (MSN 9515) 8th Air Force, England; 351st Bomb Group, Hardwick, Norfolk; force landed with engine failure at 
				Polebrook 25Aug43; condemned due to damage Dec 12, 1944
			655 (MSN 9516) 9th Air Force, Europe; 486th Service Squadron, 9th Service Group, Florennes/Juzaine [A-78], Belgium; 
				damaged taxying at Dunstekoven, Germany 20Mar45; condemned Oct 5, 1945
			656 (MSN 9517) used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight. Damaged taxying at Bovingdon 29Jun43;  Condemned Feb 7, 1946
			657 (MSN 9518) (482nd BG) hit wire in flight and crashed near Sutton St. Edmund, UK Dec 30, 1943
			658 (MSN 9519) 9th Air Force, Europe; 587th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group, Venlo, Holland; 
				damaged landing at Munchen-Gladbach, Germany 11Jul45; scrapped Nov 19, 1947
			659 (MSN 9520) 9th Air Force, Europe; Headquarters Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Toussus le Noble [A-46], France; 
				damaged landing with engine failure at Rouvray, near Voves, France 13Sep44; condemned due to damage Oct 17, 1944
			660 (MSN 9521) 8th Air Force, England; 14th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Photographic 
				Reconnaissance Group, Mount Farm, Oxon; force landed with engine failure near Berrick Salome, Oxon 1Jun44; 
				710th Bomb Squadron, 447th Bomb Group, Rattlesden; damaged taxying at Rattlesden 5Sep44; damaged landing at Rattlesden 28Mar45; 
				condemned to salvage Jun 28, 1946
			661 (MSN 9522) 9th Air Force, Europe; 31st Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 10th Photographic Reconnaissance 
				Group, Chalgrove, Oxon; destroyed landing at Tritewell 14Jun44; condemned Oct 31, 1944
			662 (MSN 9523) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AMN
			663 (MSN 9524) 8th Air Force, England; 3rd Bomb Division, Alconbury; damaged by weather while parked at 
					Knettishall 17Dec44; damaged taxying at Rattlesden 14May45; salvaged May 15, 1945
			664 (MSN 9525) salvaged Sep 19, 1944
			665 (MSN 9526) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, Atcham; 
				force landed 1 mile from Cranfield 23Feb43; crashed landing at Atcham 18Apr43; condemned Oct 31, 1944
			666 (MSN 9527) 8th Air Force, England; 61st Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group, Horsham St Faith, Norfolk; 
				damaged taking off from Horsham St Faith 31May43; 41st Service Squadron, 33rd Service Group, Halesworth; 
				damaged taxying at Halesworth 3Mar44; 65th Fighter Wing, Saffron Walden, Essex; 
				accident caused by engine failure after takeoff 4 miles W of Audley End 10Oct44; damaged landing at Southwold 29Oct44
			667 (MSN 9851) condemned Oct 31, 1944.  Registered N851, cancelled Jun 7, 2013
			668 (MSN 9529) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters Squadron, 5th Combat Crew Replacement Center, Greencastle, Northern Ireland; 
				force landed at Greencastle 9Jan44; purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AMI
			669 (MSN 9530) 9th Air Force, Europe; 72nd Service Squadron, 42nd Service Group, Cormeilles en Vexin [A-59], France; crashed 5 miles SW 
				of Sandweiler, Luxembourg 25Mar45; condemned due to damage May 23, 1944
			670 (MSN 9531) 11th Air Force, Alaska; 24th Air Base Squadron; force landed at Elmendorf, AK 6Jul43; condemned October 10, 1945; 
					registered N88730, current [Nov16]
			671 (MSN 9532) condemned Oct 10, 1945.  Registered as N49844
			672 (MSN 9533) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			673 (MSN 9534) to French Army May 7, 1944 as 3673
			674 (MSN 9535) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			675 (MSN 9536) 9th Air Force, Europe; 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Spanhoe; 
				crashed at Debdill, Collyweston 8Apr44; condemned to salvage April 12, 1944 
			676 (MSN 9537) condemned to salvage Jun 17, 1944
			677 (MSN 9538) 8th Air Force, England; Air Service Command, Burtonwood; force landed due engine failure 1 mile NW of Burtonwood 21Mar44; 
				to Gilbert & Ellice Islands (Kiribati); used by the Colonial Service; to Fiji registered VQ-FAG in 1948; to New Zealand 
				registered ZK-ATU November 1949; accident at Milson, New Zealand 10Sep50				
			678 (MSN 9539) condemned to salvage Sep 16, 1944
			679 (MSN 9540) to RAF Sep 15, 1944
			681 (MSN 9542) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, Atcham; damaged taxying at 
				Atcham 14Feb43; Headquarters Squadron, 67th Fighter Wing, King’s Cliffe; damaged taxying at King’s 
				Cliffe 29Jan44; condemned July 18, 1945; registered F-BDTM 30Jul47, cancelled 5May55 as destroyed; 
				registered F-BGPS 5May55 with MSN 9542-B, cancelled 26Mar69 as sold abroad; registered G-AXGP 2Jun69, current [Oct16]
			683 (MSN 9544) condemned due to damage Jun 28, 19476
			684 (MSN 9545) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			685 (MSN 9546) 8th Air Force, England; 325th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Heston, Middx; 
				destroyed in mid air collision at Grafton Underwood 30Jun44; condemned Oct 31, 1944
			686 (MSN 9547) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			687 (MSN 9548) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			688 (MSN 9549) 8th Air Force, England; 27th Air Transport Group, Prestwick, Scotland; damaged landing 
				at Prestwick 14Aug43; 27th Air Transport Group, Earls Colne, Essex; force landed with engine failure 
				at Hollybush, Ledbury, Worcs, 2Sep43; condemned for salvage Jun 26, 1946
			689 (MSN 9550) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			690 (MSN 9551) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			691 (MSN 9552) to RAF May 31, 1944
			692 (MSN 9553) condemned due to damage Nov 9, 1944
			693 (MSN 9554) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters, 8th Bomber Command, Bovingdon; damaged 
				taxying at Bovingdon 20Feb43; 368th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Thurleigh; crashed and 
				destroyed due weather at Thurleigh 6Nov43; purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; 
				registered March 17, 1947 as SP-ALM
			694 (MSN 9555) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			695 (MSN 9556) 8th Air Force, England; 442nd Service Squadron, 333rd Service Group, Duxford; 
				damaged taxying at Duxford 12Jul43; 9th Air Force, Europe; 877th Air Engineering Squadron, 
				459th Service Group, Amiens [B-48] France; damaged taxying at Amiens 23Jul45; 
				condemned for salvage Oct 28, 1945
			696 (MSN 9557) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			698 (MSN 9559) 8th Air Force, England; 5th Service Squadron, 1st Service Group, Steeple Morden; 
				damaged at Steeple Morden 2Mar44; force landed with engine failure at Frome, Somerset 7Jun44; 
				condemned due to damage Jun 10, 1944
			699 (MSN 9560) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			700 (MSN 9561) 9th Air Force, Europe; 334th Service Squadron, 309th Service Group, St Dizier [A-64], France; 
				damaged by high winds while parked at St Dizier 19Jan45; condemned due to damage Feb 14, 1945
			701 (MSN 9562) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; 9th Air Force, Europe; 506th Fighter Squadron, 404th Fighter Group, 
				Winkton, Hants; damaged when ground looped at Winkton, Hampshire 28May44; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 
				50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 29Mar45; 9th Engineer Command 30Mar45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and 
				Repair Squadron 3Apr45; 9th Engineer Command 6Apr45; returned to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; purchased 1946 by the Polish 
				Ministry of Communications; registered as SP-AOE 1Feb47; modified as an ambulance to carry stretcher patients, fitted with a Praga D engine
			702 (MSN 9563) condemned for salvage Mar 4, 1946
			703 (MSN 9564) 8th Air Force, England; 487th Bomb Group, Lavenham; damaged when nosed over taxying at Lavenham 24Mar45; 
				condemned for salvage April 29, 1946 
			704 (MSN 9565) 12th Air Force, Italy; Headquarters Squadron; damaged taxying at Guado, Italy 29Mar 44; 
				condemned for salvage Jul 1, 1944
			705 (MSN 9566) 9th Air Force, Europe; 510th Fighter Squadron, 405th Fighter Group, Christchurch, Hants; 
				Was involved in midair collision over Avon village, Nants May 28, 1944.  condemned Oct 31, 1944. 
			706 (MSN 9567) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			707 (MSN 9568) 9th Air Force, Europe; 31st Air Transport Group, Colleville-sur-Mer [A-22], France; crashed and 
				destroyed at Colleville-sur-Mer 23Aug44; condemned due to damage Aug 28, 1944
			708 (MSN 9569) 8th Air Force, England; 87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group; force landed due 
				to engine failure at Warton, UK Jun 30, 1943. Condemned Oct 31, 1944
			709 (MSN 9570) 9th Air Force, Europe; destroyed landing 8 miles S of Peronne, France 28Sep44; 
				condemned due to damage Oct 1, 1944
			710 (MSN 9571) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			711 (MSN 9572) 8th Air Force, England; 381st Service Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, 
				Mount Farm, Oxon; damaged taxying at Mount Farm 14Jun44; 9th Air Force, Europe; 88th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
				438th Troop Carrier Group, Amiens-Glisy [B-48], France; damaged when ground looped at Amiens 23Jun45; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AOF
			712 (MSN 9573) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			713 (MSN 9574) 8th Air Force, England; Headquarters Squadron, 452nd Bomb Group, Alconbury; 
				damaged taxying at Alconbury 2May44; condemned April 12, 1946; registered HB-OBC.
			714 (MSN 9575)  8th Air Force, England; 95th Bomb Group, Horham, Suffolk; force landed at Elm Tree Farm, near Welby 20Jul44	
			715 (MSN 9576) condemned Apr 13, 1946
			716 (MSN 9577) 8th Air Force, England; 1st Strategic Air Depot, Troston, Honington; force landed engine failure 
				1 mile SE of Little Staughton 9Jun45; 9th Air Force, Europe; 586th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group, Venlo [Y-55], 
				Holland; force landed out of fuel 2 miles SE of Linz, Germany 28Aug45; condemned Sep 11, 1945
			717 (MSN 9578) condemned due to damage Mar 11, 1944
			718 (MSN 9579) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			719 (MSN 9580) 8th Air Force, England; 13th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 3rd Photographic 
				Reconnaissance Group, Podington, Bedfordshire. Dove into ground at Podington, England Jan 19, 1943.
				Condemned Oct 31, 1944
			720 (MSN 9581) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AIP
			721 (MSN 9582) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			722 (MSN 9583) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			723 (MSN 9584) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			724 (MSN 9585) 9th Air Force, Europe; 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Cottesmore; 
				damaged taxying at Cottesmore 14Jun44; salvaged Mar 4, 1946
			725 (MSN 9586) crashed May 6, 1944
			726 (MSN 9587) to Army Ground Forces  Nov 24, 1942
			728 (MSN 9589) 8th Air Force, England; 486th Fighter Squadron, 352nd Fighter Group, Bodney, Norfolk; damaged taxying at 
				Attlebridge 5Oct43; 338th Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group, Wormingford, Essex; damaged at Nuthampstead 
				19Nov43; 315th Service Squadron, 97th Service Group, Nuthampstead, Herts; damaged landing at Bourne, Cambs, 
				18Mar44; 315th Service Squadron, 55th Fighter Group, Wormingford, Essex; damaged taxying at Debden 12Feb45; 
				salvaged due to damage Feb 12, 1945
			729 (MSN 9590) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			730 (MSN 9591) condemned due to damage Jun 11, 1945
			731 (MSN 9592) 8th Air Force, England; 361st Service Squadron, 42nd Service Group, Rougham, Suffolk; 
				destroyed while parked at Rougham 29May43; condemned October 31, 1944
				Condemned Oct 31, 1944
			732 (MSN 9593) 8th Air Force, England; HQ 2nd Air Division, 95th Combat Bomb Wing, Ketteringham Hall, Norfolk; 
				accident taking off at Hethel 3Jun45
			733 (MSN 9594) 9th Air Force, Europe; 645th Bomb Squadron, 410th Bomb Group, Juvincourt [A-68], France; 
				damaged taxying at Juvincourt 23Feb45; 30th Service Group, Metz [Y-34], France; mid air collision and crashed
				 on the Moselle River, France 20May45; condemned due to damage May 24, 1945
			734 (MSN 9595) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			735 (MSN 9596) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			736 (MSN 9597) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			737 (MSN 9598) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			738 (MSN 9599)salvaged Jan 19,1946
			739 (MSN 9600) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			740 (MSN 9601) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			741 (MSN 9602) condemned Feb 18, 1943
			742 (MSN 9603) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			743 (MSN 9604) to RAF as FR886 Nov 25, 1942.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK936.  The RAF
				in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
				serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK937 or HK938.
				SOC Feb 29, 1944
			744 (MSN 9605) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			745 (MSN 9606) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			746 (MSN 9607) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			747 (MSN 9608) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			748 (MSN 9609) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			749 (MSN 9610) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			750 (MSN 9611) to RAF as FR887 Aug 31, 1943.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK937.  The RAF
				in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
				serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK939, returned to USAF 1946
				SOC Jun 28, 1945
			751 (MSN 9612) to RAF as FR888 Aug 31, 1943.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK938.  The RAF
				in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
				serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK936.
				Crashed on landing at Cutella Feb 25, 1944, and SOC Feb 29, 1944
			752 (MSN 9613) to Britain Dec 9, 1944
			753 (MSN 9614) condemned Oct 21, 1944.  USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to 60th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, CA for static display.
				On display at Travis AFB, California
			754 (MSN 9615) to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
			755 (MSN 9616) damaged taxying at South Plains, Lubbock, TX 13Apr43;  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
					February 5, 1945; registered N51500, current [Nov16]
			756 (MSN 9617) to RFC at South Plains AAF, TX Oct 8, 1945. registered N50351, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 18Sep12
			757 (MSN 9618) Redesignated as ZL-4B; to Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			758 (MSN 9619) 511th School Squadron, Dalhart, TX; damaged when nosed over taxying at Dalhart 22Dec42; 
				to Army Ground Forces Oct 13, 1947
			759 511th School Squadron, Perrin, Sherman, TX; damaged in collision with parked L-4A 42-36718 at 
				Will Rogers Field, OK 16Dec42; salvaged due to damage Jan 28, 1945
			760 (MSN 9621) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-ANW
			761 (MSN 9622) to Army Ground Forces May 1, 1946.  Purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered as SP-AGE?
			762 (MSN 9623) 2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; damaged landing at No.1 Field Opolis, KS 24May43; 
				damaged landing at No.1 Field Opolis, KS 3Sep43; salvaged due to damage Nov 25, 1944
			763 (MSN 9624) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AHE	
			764 (MSN 9625) sold Mar 20, 1946
			765 (MSN 9626) 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; damaged when nosed over taxying at
				 St Paul Municipal Airport, MN 5Oct42; surveyed at Lock Haven, PA Jul 19, 1944
			766 (MSN 9627) to RFC Mar 1945
			767 (MSN 9628) 9th Air Force, Europe; 390th Fighter Squadron, 366th Fighter Group, Fritzlar [Y-86], Germany; 
				accident taking off at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany 23Sep45; salvaged June 28, 1946 
			768 (MSN 9629) 370th Air Base Squadron, South Plains, Lubbock, TX; damaged when nosed under 
				taxying at South Plains 28Nov42; salvaged Dec 4, 1946
			770 (MSN 9631) 9th Air Force, Europe; 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 
				Villacoublay [A-42d], France; crashed at Villacoublay 23Sep45;  salvaged May 23, 1946
			771 (MSN 9632) scrapped Apr 29, 1948
			773 (MSN 9634) salvaged Jun 3, 1945
			774 (MSN 9635) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944. 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e 
					Observacio, in Italy, September 13, 1944; redesignated ZL-4B; to Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
 			775 (MSN 9636) transferred to Army Ground Forces October 2, 1944; 
			776 (MSN 9637) 2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; damaged taxying at Auxiliary 
				Field No 1, Pittsburgh 13Sep43; 9th Air Force, Europe; 173rd Liaison Squadron; damaged 
				landing at Sarians, France 5Jan45; salvaged January 7, 1945 
			777 (MSN 9638) 1064th School Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM; damaged when nosed over landing at 
				Fort Sumner 22Oct42; 2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; damaged landing 3 miles NW 
				of Pittsburgh 6Jun43; 124th Airways Communication System Squadron, 62nd Airways Communication 
				System Group, India; damaged taking off 1 mile S of Maymyo, Burma 21Jul45; condemned December 31, 1945
			778 (MSN 9639) 2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; damaged taxying at Pittsburg 19Jun43; 
				damaged by mechanical failure at Pittsburgh 14Sep43; 9th Air Force, Europe; 494th Fighter Squadron, 
				48th Fighter Group, St Trond [A-92], Belgium; crash landed at Brustham, Belgium 29Jan45; 
				salvaged due to damage Feb 4, 1945
			779 (MSN 9640) 2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; damaged when nosed over taxying 
				at Main Field, Pittsburgh 1Nov43; to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
			780 (MSN 9641) condemned due to damage Mar 23, 1945
			781 (MSN 9642) 2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; force landing at Carthage, MO 3Aug43; 
				Headquarters Squadron, 302nd Transport Wing; damaged landing at lodges Field, France 27Nov44; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 17, 1946
			782 (MSN 9643) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AHK
			783 (MSN 9644) 968th Twin-Engined Flying Training Squadron, Roswell, NM; crashed landing at Roswell 6Feb43; 
				to French Army Aug 10, 1944 as 3783
			784 (MSN 9645) 19th Reconnaissance Squadron, 66th Reconnaissance Group, Camp Campbell, KY; 
				In mid air collision at New Bairds Mill, TN 18May43; surveyed at Campbell AAF, TN May 30,1943
			785 (MSN 9646) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AHT
			786 (MSN 9647) 27th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Campbell Field, KY; crashed with engine 
				failure 12 miles S of Bowman, KY 28May43; redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol.
			787 (MSN 9648) to RAF as FR889 Oct 16, 1942.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK939.  The RAF
				in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
				serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK937 or HK938.
				Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.
			788 (MSN 9649) 19th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, MI; damaged by weather at Romulus 1Jun43; 
					to CL-26 [GIA] at Olmstead, PA June 22, 1944; registered N2724A, current [Nov16]
			789 (MSN 9650) 19th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, MI; crashed at Romulus 22Apr43; 
				to CL-26 at Romulus, MI Apr 27, 1943
			790 (MSN 9651)  12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; weather accident at
				 Livingstone, MT October 27, 1942; 388th Service Squadron, 64th Service Group, Great Falls, MT; damaged by weather 
				taxying at Great Falls 3Jul43 ;to CL-26 at Gore Field, MT Jul 8, 1943.  
			791 (MSN 9652) 102nd Observation Squadron, 69th Observation Group, Laurel, MS; accident landing at 
				Camp Polk, LA 3Mar43; To Reconstruction Finance Corporation January 19, 1945
			792 (MSN 9653) damaged taxying at Orlando, FL 7Sep43; to French Army Aug 19, 1944 as 3972
			793 (MSN 9654) Headquarters Squadron, MacDill, FL; damaged taxying at MacDill 15Jan44; 4104th Base Unit, 
				Rome Air Service Command, Rome, NY; damaged taxying at Rome 18Jul44; to Army Ground Forces Oct 2,1944
			794 (MSN 9655) to RFC at Lawson Field, GA Jan 10, 1945. Registered N49900 to SAC Aero Club, Lake Charles AFB, LA, revoked 14Jan77 
			795 (MSN 9656) 427th Air Base Squadron, Homestead, FL; damaged taxying at Homestead 31Dec42; 
					to RFC at Miami AAF, FL Sep 13, 1945.  registered N52668 18Mar47, cancelled 2Dec48
			796 (MSN 9657) 319th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Boca Raton, FL; crashed at Boca Raton August 16, 1944;  
				to CL-26 at Boca Raton AAF, FL Aug 20, 1944
			797 (MSN 9658) 98th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Esler, LA; force landed with engine failure 
				4 miles NE of Esler 28Apr43; damaged taxying at Esler 6Jun43; to reclamation as Tinker AAF Jan 20, 1949
			798 (MSN 9659) sold Feb 5, 1946
			799 (MSN 9660) 98th Fighter Squadron, 337th Fighter Group, Sarasota, FL; crashed at Siesta Key, FL 8Feb43; 
				condemned at Sarasota AF, FL Feb 11, 1943
			800 (MSN 9661) 362nd Air Base Squadron, Stout Field, IN; ground accident at Stout 1Nov43; to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			801 (MSN 9662) 343rd Base Unit, William Northern, TN; force landed out of fuel 2 miles NE of Mulberry, TN 3May43; 
				495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, William Northern, TN; force landed engine failure 6 miles S of William Northern 24Feb44; 
				to RFC at William-Northern AAF, TN Jan 19, 1945
			802 (MSN 9663) nosed over at Dover AAF, DE Feb 19, 1943. Destroyed by weather while parked at Dover 1Feb44					
			803 (MSN 9664) condemned Apr 1, 1946. Registered I-DODE, current, undergoing restoration by the Marangoni Collection at Trento, Italy
			804 (MSN 9665) 390th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Richmond, VA; damaged taxying at Richmond 19Aug43; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AIE
			805 (MSN 9666) W Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, MI; damaged taxying at Stewart, NY 11Aug44; surveyed at Stewart AF, NY 
			806 (MSN 9667) to Army Ground Forces Oct 20, 1944
			807 (MSN 9668) Air Service Command, Greenville, SC; damaged landing at Greenville 22Oct43; 327th Base Unit, Drew, FL; 
					force landed at Peter O’Knight Airport, Tampa, FL 20Jun44; to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha 
					de Ligacio e Observacio, in Italy, September 13, 1944; redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			808 (MSN 9669) to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
			809 (MSN 9670) 328th Fighter Squadron, 352nd Fighter Group, Mitchel Field, NY; damaged landing at Mitchel 28Mar43; 
				surveyed at Rome AF, NY August 26, 1944  
			810 (MSN 9671) to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
			811 (MSN 9672) sold May 21, 1946
			812 (MSN 9673) to CL-26 at Kingman AF, AZ Aug 1, 1943
			813 (MSN 9674) to RFC at Camp Mackal, NC Mar 11, 1945
			814 (MSN 9675) to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
			815 (MSN 9676) force landed by weather 10 miles NW of Coleman, SD 23Jan43; 225th Combat Crew Training School, 
					Rapid City, SD; damaged taxying at Rapid City 8May44; to France Apr 1, 1947, registered F-BEGD 11Feb48, current [Oct16]
			816 (MSN 9677) w/o Apr 1, 1945
			817 (MSN 9678) condemned due to damage Jun 15, 1945
			818 (MSN 9679)82nd Observation Squadron, 71st Observation Group, Esler Field, LA; force landed by engine failure 
				at DeRidder, LA 25Mar43;  condemned due to damage Dec 8, 1945
			819 (MSN 9680) damaged taxying at Ephrata, WA 4Mar43; to Army Ground Forces Aug 20, 1944
			820 (MSN 9681) 560th Base Unit, Palm Springs, CA; ground accident at Palm Springs 21Apr44; 
				surveyed at Nashville ATC, TN May 27, 1944
			821 (MSN 9682) Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Glider Combat Training Command, Bowman, KY; 
				crashed landing at Bowman 28Aug43; damaged taxying at Bowman 16Sep43; surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jun 20, 1944
			822 (MSN 9683) to RFC May 26, 1945.  registered N56210, cancelled 11Oct55
			823 (MSN 9684) 11th Ferrying Group, Hamilton, San Rafael, CA; stalled and crashed at Mt Burdell, 
				7 miles NW of Hamilton 12Nov43; condemned Nov 15, 1943
			824 (MSN 9685) 70th MPC, Pacific Air Command; crashed at Lahug, Cebu City, Philippines 21Jul46; 
				scrapped Nov 1, 1946
			825 (MSN 9686) 323rd Air Base Squadron, Muroc, CA; damaged when nosed over taxying at Victorville, CA 31Dec42; 
				4th Air Force; damaged when ground looped landing at Muroc 9Oct43; 421st Base Unit, Muroc, CA; force landed 
				with engine failure 15 miles SW of Muroc on Rosamund Lake, CA 29May44; to Army Ground Forces Oct 20, 1944
			826 (MSN 9687) redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949; registered N5987V, Nebraska 
					Wing, North Platte, NB 13Jan50; cancelled 5Oct65
			827 (MSN 9688) PFWFGS, Millville, NJ; damaged by weather taxying at Millville 22Jul43; damaged when nosed 
				under taxying at Millville 29Sep43; to French Army as 3827 Dec 1, 1946
			828 (MSN 9689) 375th Fighter Squadron, 361st Fighter Group, Camp Springs, MD; damaged taking off at Camp Springs 
				15Sep43; 405th Fighter Squadron, 371st Fighter Group, Camp Springs, MD; force landed by engine failure at 
				Camp Springs, MD December 8, 1943 and DBR 
			829 (MSN 9690) 538th Fighter Squadron, 326th Fighter Group, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
				surveyed at Farmingdale AF, NY Apr 1, 1944
			830 (MSN 9691) 342nd Fighter Squadron, 348th Fighter Group, Bedford, MA; damaged landing at Norwood, MA 2Feb43; 
				411th Fighter Squadron, 373rd Fighter Group, Blackstone, VA; damaged when nosed under taxying at Camp Pickett, 
				Blackstone 13Nov43; to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e Observacio, 
				in Italy, September 13, 1944; redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			831 (MSN 9692) 323rd Fighter Squadron, 327th Fighter Group, Richmond, VA; damaged taxying at Richmond 4May43;
				to Army Ground Forces Sep 20, 1944
			832 (MSN 9693) 37th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, New Orleans, LA; damaged landing at New Orleans 
				14Nov42; force landed with engine failure at Westwego, LA 22Apr43; 9th Air Force, Europe; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 
				1st Air Transport Group, Creil [A-81], France; damaged landing out of gas at Landau, Germany 11May45; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 
			833 (MSN 9694) 608th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Field, FL; damaged landing at Auxiliary Field 7, 
				Eglin 16Feb43; Liaison Training Detachment, Tuskegee, AL; stalled and crashed at Griel Field, AL 21Oct43; 
				surveyed at Truax, WI Oct 22, 1943
			834 (MSN 9695) 52nd Air Base Squadron, Morrison, Palm Beach, FL; crashed landing at Morrison 23Feb43
			835 (MSN 9696) 20th Transport Squadron, 8th Transport Group, Houlton, ME; force landing with engine failure at 
				Bangor Road, Houlton 10Jul43;  to French Army 19Aug44 as 3835; registered F-BGQD 2Mar53, 
				cancelled 28May70 as sold abroad; registered G-AYEN 4Jun70, current [Oct16]   
			836 (MSN 9697) to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
			837 (MSN 9698) salvaged Apr 29, 1946
			838 (MSN 9699) crashed due engine failure at Newburgh, NY 20Feb43; 2002nd Base Unit, Stewart, NY; 
				force landed with engine failure 2 miles W of Walkill, NY 10Jan45; to RFC at Stewart, NY May 21, 1945
				Registered N51983, revoked 14Jan77
			839 (MSN 9700) to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
			840 (MSN 9701) to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
			841 (MSN 9702) to Army Ground Forces Nov 25, 1943
			842 (MSN 9703) condemned due to accident Sep 18, 1943
			843 (MSN 9704) condemned due to accident Oct 10, 1943
			844 (MSN 9705) to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
			845 (MSN 9706) condemned due to accident Nov 1, 1943
			846 (MSN 9707) to Army Ground Forces Sep 27, 1944
			847 (MSN 9708) to Army Ground Forces Nov 25, 1943
			848 (MSN 9709) 5th Air Force, Australia; Headquarters, 49th Fighter Group; damaged landing at Oro Bay, 
				New Guinea 10May43; transferred to US Marine Corps Nov 18, 1943
			849 (MSN 9710) condemned due to accident Jan 8, 1944.
			850 (MSN 9711) to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
			851 (MSN 9712) to Army Ground Forces Oct 9, 1943
			852 (MSN 9713) 5th Air Force, Australia; 21st Troop Carrier Squadron, 374th Troop Carrier Group; 
				damaged taxying at Archerfield, Brisbane, Australia 10Oct43; condemned due to accident Oct 14, 1943
			853 (MSN 9714) sold Oct 16, 1946
			854 (MSN 9715) 5th Air Force, Australia; loaned to No. 4 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, Finschafen, 
					New Guinea March 17, 1944; probably destroyed by a grass fire at Nadzab, New Guinea 1945
			855 (MSN 9716) to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
			856 (MSN 9717) condemned Oct 31,1 944
			857 (MSN 9718) condemned Sep 23, 1943
			858 (MSN 9719) to Army Ground Forces Aug 9, 1944
			859 (MSN 9720) to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
			860 (MSN 9721) salvaged Jan 7, 1947
			861 (MSN 9722) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			862 (MSN 9723) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			863 (MSN 9724) 5th Air Force, Australia; forced landing with engine failure at Eilogo, New Guinea 19May43; 
				condemned due to accident Mar 14, 1945
			864 (MSN 9725) condemned as obsolete Sep 16, 1943
			865 (MSN 9726) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			866 (MSN 9727) condemned Feb 10, 1946
			867 (MSN 9728) condemned due to accident Sep 30, 1944
			868 (MSN 9729) condemned Feb 10, 1946
			869 (MSN 9730) condemned Jul 15, 1943
			870 (MSN 9731) 13th Air Force, Pacific; 63rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 
				Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides; ditched 26Sep43; condemned Jan 31, 1945
			871 (MSN 9732) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			872 (MSN 9733) condemned Dec 31, 1945
			873 (MSN 9734) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			874 (MSN 9735) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			875 (MSN 9736) condemned Oct 11, 1943
			876 (MSN 9737) 13th Air Force, Pacific; accident taking off at St Peter’s Mission, New Caledonia 11Feb44; 
				5th Air Force, Australia; crashed at Kone, New Caledonia 19May44; condemned Oct 31, 1944
			877 (MSN 9738) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			878 (MSN 9739) condemned Dec 31, 1945
			879 (MSN 9740) condemned Jul 22, 1943
			880 (MSN 9741) condemned Dec 31, 1945
			881 (MSN 9742) condemned Jun 15, 1944
			882 (MSN 9743) condemned Dec 31, 1945
			883 (MSN 9744) 334th Air Base Squadron, Truax, Madison, WI; damaged when nosed 
				over taxying at Truax 29Sep43; sold Apr 16, 1947
			884 (MSN 9745) 331st Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Lincoln, NB; destroyed due weather 
				landing at Ashland, NB July 2, 1943; surveyed at Lincoln AAF, NB Jul 7, 1943
			885 (MSN 9746) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			886 (MSN 9747) 1055th Basic Flying Training School, Waco, TX; collision and crashed 1 mile E of 
				Dawson, Hwy 31, TX 11Apr43; condemned Apr 12, 1943
			887 (MSN 9748) to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio 
				e Observacio, in Italy, September 13, 1944; redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			888 (MSN 9749) 1380th Base Unit, Presque Isle, ME; damaged landing at Presque Isle 8Apr45; 
				1377th Base Unit, Presque Isle, ME; damaged taxying at Presque Isle 5Aug46; 
				to storage at Pyote AF, TX Sep 1949.
			889 (MSN 9750) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; 364th Air Base Squadron, General Mitchell Field, WI; 
				damaged when nosed over taxying due weather at Cudahy, WI 4Nov42; Headquarters Squadron, 
				General Mitchell Field, WI; damaged taxying at Milwaukee, WI 11Jul43; damaged landing at General Mitchell 
				Field 4Oct43; modified as L-4H; 9th Air Force, Europe; 23rd Fighter Squadron, 36th Fighter Group; damaged when force 
				landed 2 miles N of Kesselt, Belgium 29Oct44; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 1Nov44; condemned 
				due to damage November 16, 1944
			890 (MSN 9751) to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Feb 5, 1945.  Registered N51501, revoked 14Jan77
			891 (MSN 9752) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA 30Oct42; Salt Lake City, UT 5Nov42; 12th Ferrying Squadron, 
				2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; damaged due weather at Iowa City, IA 10Nov42; Post Field, Fort Sill, OK 19Sep44; 
				Des Moines, IA 3Nov44; Toledo, OH 4Nov44; return to Piper in Lock Haven for overhaul and rebuilding 7Nov44 
				Atlantic Overseas Air Service Command, Newark, NJ 9Feb45; Port of Embarkation, New York 20Feb45; 8th Air Force, England 24Feb45; 
				transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, 
				Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group; 
				ferried to Bielefeld, Germany 15Apr45; ferried to Braunschweig, Germany 19Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and 
				Repair Squadron; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army 3May45; returned to USAAF 7Sep45;
				 9th Air Force, Europe; SOC 4Apr46; test flight Bulltofta, Malmo, Sweden 25May46; registered SE-ATM 18Apr46; 
				accident, Heby 7May49 in a collision with power lines when attempting to land in a field; cancelled as destroyed 8Nov49; 
				restored as SE-ATM 13Aug53; damaged at Frederika Gård 8Aug55, engine failure on finals, ground looped; 
				test flight with Karhumäki floats OvA/K570 19Apr56; accident Hörby 17May59 when the aircraft stalled on take-off;
				 registration cancelled 29Jan64
			892 (MSN 9753) to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
			893 (MSN 9754) to Army Ground Forces Jul 24, 1943
			894 (MSN 9755) 2135th Base Unit Tyndall, Panama City, FL; destroyed landing close to 
				Richmond AAB, VA 3Jun44; surveyed at Richmond AAB, VA Oct 6, 1944
			895 (MSN 9756) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AIY
			896 (MSN 9757) Scott Field, IL; damaged landing at Cahokia State Park, IL 28Jul43;  salvaged Apr 30, 1946
			897 (MSN 9758) damaged taxying at Turner, GA 21Jan43;  to French Army as 3897 Aug 10, 1944
			898 (MSN 9759) to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
			899 (MSN 9760) transferred to RAF Jul 16, 1944.  To Swedish civil registry as SE-ATM
			900 (MSN 9761) 348th Night Fighter Squadron, 50th Fighter Group, Orlando, FL; ground accident at Orlando 20Feb43; 
				damaged landing at Cannon Mills Airport, FL 7Apr43; Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Orlando, FL; 
				damaged taxying at Leesburg Auxiliary Field, FL 5Aug43; Headquarters Flight Section, Army Air Forces Tactical Center (AAFTAC), 
				Orlando, FL; damaged taxying at Orlando 3Nov43; 9th Air Force, Europe; 441st Troop Carrier Group, Dreux [A-41], France;
				 damaged taxying at Dreux 21Dec44; salvaged December 23, 1944; registration F-BFQA reserved but NTU; 
				registered F-PFQA 26Jun50, current [Oct16]  
			901 (MSN 9762) to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio 
				e Observacio, in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  Condemned Mar 21, 1945.  To I-VINA
			902 (MSN 9763) 73rd Ferrying Squadron, 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs, CA; accident taking off at 
				Palm Springs 29May44;  surveyed at Palm Springs AAF, CA Jun 11, 1944
			903 (MSN 9764) stalled and crashed at Buckley, CO 29Jan43; salvaged May 17, 1945
			904 (MSN 9765) 390th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Richmond, VA; accident landing at 
				Richmond 31May43; to CL-26 at Richmond AB, VA Jun 4, 1943
			905 (MSN 9766) to Army Ground Forces Oct 9, 1943
			906 (MSN 9767) 4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; force landed out of fuel 
				and nosed over at Vega, TX 17Nov42; wrecked in landing accident at Cutler-Carr Auxiliary Field, 
				West Mesa, NM May 28, 1943; to CL-26 [GIA] May 30, 1943	
			907 (MSN 9768) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AGX
			908 (MSN 9769) to Army Ground Forces Aug 14, 1943
			909 (MSN 9770) sold Apr 16, 1947; registered N33HD, current [Nov16]
			910 (MSN 9771) to Army Ground Forces Aug 6, 1943
			911 (MSN 9772) condemned Feb 10, 1944
			912 (MSN 9773) to Army Ground Forces Aug 23, 1943
			913 (MSN 9774) to Foreign Liquidation Commission May 11, 1946.  To I-VERU, cancelled
			914 (MSN 9775) to French Army as 3914 Aug 19, 1944
			915 (MSN 9776) 57th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Craig, AL; damaged taxying at Craig 19Apr43; 
				damaged taxying at Tuskegee, AL 12Aug43; force landed at Marion Junction, AL 13Oct43; purchased 1946 by the 
				Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947
			916 (MSN 9777) damaged taxying at March Field, CA 2Mar43; transferred to Army Ground Forces August 10, 1944; 
				registered HB-OBB 1Jun01 
			917 (MSN 9778) 21st Glider Training Detachment, Pittsburg, KS; damaged taxying at Pittsburg 13Dec42;
				damaged landing at Auxiliary Field #1, Opolis, KS 12Jan43; Headquarters Squadron, Glider Combat Training 
				Command, Bowman, KY; stalled and damaged landing at Bowman 13Oct43; transferred to Army Ground Forces October 2, 1944
			918 (MSN 9779) 25th Reconnaissance Squadron, 71st Reconnaissance Group, Laurel, MS; damaged taxying at
				Laurel 29Jun43; 10th Air Force, CBI; 5th Liaison Squadron, 1st Liaison Group, Bhamo, Burma; crash landed 
				during takeoff at Mogok, Burma 20Apr45; condemned due to engine failure Apr 26, 1945
			919 (MSN 9780) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 19, 1945.  On civil registry as N55926, painted with tail number 3919
				Current {Nov 16]
			920 (MSN 9781) 33rd Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Paine, Everett, WA; force landed with engine 
				failure 4 miles N of Paine 3Jan44;  to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
			921 (MSN 9782) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			922 (MSN 9783) sold Aug 27, 1946
			923 (MSN 9784) surveyed at Rome AF, NY Feb 19, 1944
			924 (MSN 9785) wrecked by high winds while parked at Sioux Falls, SD Aug 12, 1943
			925 (MSN 9786) 5th Air Force, Pacific; Headquarters Squadron; force landed at Kappa Kappa, New Guinea 18Jul43; 
				condemned Oct 31, 1944
			926 (MSN 9787) condemned after accident Nov 5, 1943
			927 (MSN 9788) to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
			928 (MSN 9789) to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
			929 (MSN 9790) 249th Base Unit, Alliance, NB; damaged landing at Alliance 1Sep44; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
				Lock Haven, PA February 5, 1945; registered N51502, current [Nov16]  
			930 (MSN 9791) condemned Apr 16, 1947
			931 (MSN 9792) sold Apr 16, 1947; registered N68914, revoked 14Jan77
			932 (MSN 9793) to Army Ground Forces Jan 14, 1943
			933 (MSN 9794) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; 327th Base Unit, Drew, Tampa, FL; damaged taxying at Drew 19Jun44;
					 transferred to Army Ground Forces; First US Army; 23rd Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Jena, Germany; Ninth US Army; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 19May45; 23rd Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Jena, Germany; 
					returned to USAAF 25May45; 9th Air Force, Europe; 10th Air Depot Group 28May45; 
					purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 15, 1946 as SP-AGG
			934 (MSN 9795) surveyed at San Bernardino AF, CA May 3, 1943
			935 (MSN 9796) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			936 (MSN 9797) 5th Air Force, Australia; loaned to No. 4 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, Finschafen, New Guinea 
					November 19, 1943; probably destroyed by a grass fire at Nadzab, New Guinea 1945
			937 (MSN 9798) 27th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Glider Combat Training Command, Bowman, KY; 
				accident taxying at Bowman 13Apr43; force landed with engine failure 3 miles N of Shepherdsville, KY 1Jun43; 
				damaged taxying at Bowman 29Jun43; collision with Civil Air Patrol Piper Cub NC20151 taxying at Bowman 29Aug43; 
				damaged landing at Bowman 18Sep43; crashed when stalled landing at Bowman 29Sep43; 
				Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, GA December 11, 1943; registered N49501, revoked 14Jan77
			938 (MSN 9799) Tuskegee Institute, Moton, AL; damaged landing at Griel Auxiliary Field, AL 23Aug43; 
				surveyed at Rome AF, NY Aug 26, 1944
			939 (MSN 9800) to Army Ground Forces Oct 12, 1944
			940 (MSN 9801) 889th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee, AL; damaged taxying at Tuskegee 14Mar43; damaged while 
				parked in collision by BT-13A 42-42457 landing at Griel Auxiliary Field, AL; Liaison Training Detachment, Tuskegee, AL; 
				force landed when lost 6 miles SE of Hurtsboro, AL 22Nov43; surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Sep 1944
			941 (MSN 9802) transferred to Army Ground Forces; 54th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 3rd Armored Division, Blackstone, VA; 
				force landed when lost at Dinwiddie, VA 30Dec42; to CL-26 at Camp Pickett, VA Jan 9, 1943
			942 (MSN 9803) salvaged Apr 3, 1946
			943 (MSN 9804) salvaged Mar 4, 1946
			944 (MSN 9805) to reclamation at Independence AF, MO Jun 6, 1947
			945 (MSN 9806) 302nd School Squadron, Keesler, Biloxi, MS; destroyed taxying at Biloxi, MS 26Feb43; 
				to CL-26 at Keesler AF, TN May 9, 1943
			946 (MSN 9807) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 19th Single-Engine Flying Training Group, Spence, GA; 
					crashed after engine failure at Norman Park, GA; Rome Air Service Command, Rome, NY; 
					accident due weather taxying at Rome 16Jun44; purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; 
					registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AKK
			947 (MSN 9808) 9th Air Force, Europe; 303rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Bazenville, [B-24], France; 
					force landed with engine failure at Ville Meuse, France 5Feb45
			948 (MSN 9809) 27th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Glider Combat Training Command, Bowman, KY; 
					force landed at Bowman 19Jun43; damaged landing at Bowman 22Sep43; accident when stalled landing at Bowman 30Sep43; 
					ground accident due weather at Bowman 18Oct43; transferred to Army Ground Forces October 2, 1944
			949 (MSN 9810) Tuskegee Institute, Moton, AL; damaged taking off at Griel Auxiliary Field, AL 17Aug43; 
				declared surplus at Camp Gruber Apr 1944.
			950 (MSN 9811) to RFC Feb 5, 1945; registered N51503, current [Nov16]
			951 (MSN 9812) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			952 (MSN 9813) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			953 (MSN 9814) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			954 (MSN 9815) Gunter Field, AL; accident at Dannelly Auxiliary Field, AL 21May43; Tuskegee Institute, Moton, AL; 
				damaged by mechanical failure at Griel Auxiliary Field, AL 16Aug43; 554th Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis, TN; 
				force landed out of gas 5 miles E of Walhalla, SC 9May44; surveyed at Tuskegee AAF, AL May 16, 1944
			955 (MSN 9816) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			956 (MSN 9817) 37th Air Base Squadron, New Orleans, LA; fitted with floats; damaged landing due weather on
					 Lake Pontchartain, LA; purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-ALB
			957 (MSN 9818) surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jul 21, 1944
			958 (MSN 9819) Tuskegee Institute, Moton, AL; damaged landing at Griel Auxiliary Field, AL 16Aug43; 
				to reclamation at Independence, MO Jun 6, 1947
			959 (MSN 9820) Hunter Field, Savannah, GA; force landed with engine failure 5 miles S of Savannah, GA 
					March 19, 1943; destroyed when force landed out of gas 1 mile E of Homerville, GA 14Apr44
			960 (MSN 9821) to French Army as 3960 Aug 10, 1944
			961 (MSN 9822) to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
			962 (MSN 9823) to French Army as 3962 Aug 19, 1944
			963 (MSN 9824) 22nd Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Lowry, CO; mid air collision at Lowry 19Dec42; 
					damaged taking off at Buckley, CO 22Jun43; 9th Air Force, Europe; Headquarters Squadron, IX Tactical Air Command; 
					damaged taking off at Verviers, Belgium 11Oct44; accident taking off at Verviers, Belgium 25Nov44; 
				condemned due to damage Nov 26, 1944
			964 (MSN 9825) 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; damaged when nosed over landing at 
				Charlottesville, VA 11Nov42; Headquarters Squadron, Jackson, MS; 
				damaged taxying at Jackson, MS 27Nov42;  condemned Nov 30, 1945
			965 (MSN 9826) to Army Ground Forces at Camp Chaffee Nov 30, 1942
			966 (MSN 9827) Lowry Field, CO; damaged taxying at Lowry 5Feb43; to RFC Jul 5,1945
			967 (MSN 9828) 77th Air Base Squadron, Shaw Field, SC; damaged when ground looped landing at Congaree, SC 13Jan43; destroyed 
				landing 7 miles E of Sumter, SC 8Feb43; 27th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Glider Combat Training Command, Bowman, KY; 
				damaged landing at Bowman 7Sep43; to RFC Feb 16, 1945
			968 (MSN 9829) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 
				Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group; 
				ferried to Bielefeld, Germany 15Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; registered N1174G, current [Oct16  ]
			969 (MSN 9830) 30th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Morris, NC; mid air collision at White Wash, NC 8Sep43; 
					to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e Observacio, in Italy, September 13, 1944; 
					designated ZL-4B at Tinker, OK; to Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			970 (MSN 9831) 1060th Base Unit, Winston-Salem, NC; force landed out of gas 7 miles SE of Winston-Salem 27Jan45; 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation May 24, 1945
			971 (MSN 9832) to CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
			972 (MSN 9833) 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; damaged when nosed over landing at Charlottesville, VA 11Nov42; 
					Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Glider Combat Training Command, Bowman, KY; 
					accident landing at Bowman 30Aug43; surveyed at Rome, NY July 20, 1944	
			973 (MSN 9834) to reclamation at Great Falls, AAF, MT Sep 24, 1948
			974 (MSN 9835) to Switzerland Nov 25, 1946
			975 (MSN 9836) 9th Air Force; 173rd Liaison Squadron, Querqueville [A-23], France; damaged when nosed over landing 
					5 miles from Melun, France 10Dec44; 95th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group, Orleans [A50], France; 
					damaged while parked in collision by L-4 43-30029 taxying at Seran, near Orleans 5Apr45; 
					purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AIS
			976 (MSN 9837) 5th Air Force, Australia; loaned to No. 4 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, 
					Finschafen, New Guinea September 5, 1943; probably destroyed by a grass fire at Nadzab, New Guinea 1945
			977 (MSN 9838) 9th Air Force; 153rd Liaison Squadron, Weimar [R-7], Germany; accident taking off 6 miles 
				W of Gotha, Germany 25Apr45; salvaged May 5, 1945
			978 (MSN 9839) salvaged Jun 24, 1945
			979 (MSN 9840) to Army Ground Forces Jan 14, 1943
			980 (MSN 9841) to Army Ground Forces Feb 4, 1943
			981 (MSN 9842) 394th Air Base Squadron, Camp Springs, MD; damaged taxying at Camp Springs 23Oct43;  sold May 20, 1946
			982 (MSN 9843) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AHD
			983 (MSN 9844) surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Jul 20, 1944
			984 (MSN 9845) to US Marine Corps Nov 18, 1943
			985 (MSN 9846) 466th Service Squadron, 314th Service Group, Charleston, SC; destroyed when crashed 
				into the Stone River, 15 miles S of Charleston 16Jul43; surveyed Jul 17, 1943
			986 (MSN 9847) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground 
				Forces; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 
				ferried to Braunschweig, Germany 19Apr45; 	50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 125th Liaison 
				Squadron 30Apr45; salvaged Mar 4, 1946
			987 (MSN 9848) to Army Ground Forces Aug 30, 1943
			988 (MSN 9849) Civil Air Patrol, Biggs, TX; damaged due weather taxying at Biggs 17Nov48; redesignated as ZL-4B; 
					To Civil Air Patrol July 11, 1950
			989 (MSN 9850) 41st Air Base Squadron, Geiger, Spokane, WA; force landed with engine failure at Colfax, WA 25Dec42;
				to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
			990 (MSN 9851) 20th APG, Bolling, DC; force landed after mid air collision 3 miles E of Union Grove, WI 10Aug47			
			991 (MSN 9852) to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			992 (MSN 9853) to Army Ground Forces Sep 7, 1944
			993 (MSN 9854) to US Marine Corps Nov 18, 1943
			994 (MSN 9855) to Army Ground Forces Nov 4, 1943
			995 (MSN 9856) to French Army as 3995.  Condemned Nov 30, 1945.  To F-DAAm, CN-TUE
			996 (MSN 9857) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			997 (MSN 9858) to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943.  registered N59736, sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 8Feb13
			998 (MSN 9859) SOC Aug 27, 1946. To PI-C187, RP-C187
			999 (MSN 9860) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1000 (MSN 9861) condemned Dec 31, 1945
			1001 (MSN 9862) 464th Base Unit, McChord, WA; accident due weather taxying at Redding, CA 7Jun44; 
				surveyed at Chico AAF, CA Jun 23, 1944
			1002 (MSN 9863) to reclamation at Hill AAF, UT Jul 2, 1946
			1003 (MSN 9864) to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1004 (MSN 9865, frame no. 10189) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated L-4K Aug 2, 1947.  
				To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK May 18, 1948.  Registered as N49844; Sky Soldiers Demonstration Team/Army Aviation 
				Heritage Foundation, Tara Field, Hampton, GA; crashed 2002; rebuilt and registered to private owner; current [Oct16]
			1005 (MSN 9866) to RFC May 26, 1945
			1006 (MSN 9867) 29th Combat Crew Training School, Gowen, Boise, ID; accident due weather landing at McCall, ID 30Jan44; 
				to Army Ground Forces Aug 2, 1944
			1007 (MSN 9868) to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e Observacio, 
				in Italy, September 13, 1944; designated ZL-4B July 1, 1948; Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949; 
				registered N3727C to Civil Air Patrol, Mississippi Wing, Leland, MS, revoked 14Jan77
			1008 (MSN 9869) to Army Ground Forces Jan 14, 1943
			1009 (MSN 9870) 333rd Bomb Group; damaged landing at Kadena, Okinawa 24Jan46; 
				condemned after accident Jan 31, 1946
			1010 (MSN 9871) to Army Ground Forces Aug 30, 1946
			1011 (MSN 9872) sold Apr 16, 1947
			1012 (MSN 9873) to Army Ground Forces Nov 14, 1943
			1013 (MSN 9874) to RFC at Camp Mackall, NC Mar 1945
			1014 (MSN 9875) to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1015 (MSN 9876) Dale Mabry, FL; accident due engine failure landing 3 miles N of Tallahassee, FL; 
				to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 19, 1945
			1016 (MSN 9877) sold Oct 21, 1946.  To Philippines, registered PI-C191, reregistred RP-C191
			1017 (MSN 9878) to RFC at San Louis Obispo, CA Dec 12, 1944
			1018 (MSN 9879) to RFC at Lunken APT, OH Nov 5, 1945
			1019 (MSN 9880) 44th Base Headquarters & Air Base Squadron, Portland, OR; damaged taxying at Portland 22Apr43; 
				damaged taxying at Portland 4Oct43; 432nd Base Unit, Redmond, OR; accident when nosed over landing at the 
				gunnery range landing strip, Bend, OR 28May44;  transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 27, 1945
			1020 (MSN 9881) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 27, 1945
			1021 (MSN 9882) 3380th Technical Training Wing, Keesler, Biloxi, MS; force landed out of gas 3 miles NW of Biloxi 8Apr55		
			1022 (MSN 9883) wrecked at Camp Livingston, MN Mar 10, 1943
			1023 (MSN 9884) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1024 (MSN 9885) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1025 (MSN 9886) to reclamation at Independence AAF, MO Mar 31, 1947
			1026 (MSN 9887) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1027 (MSN 9888) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated L-4K Jan 1, 1948.  To DPI at Tinker AF Mar 16, 1948
			1028 (MSN 9889) to RFC Mar 16, 1945
			1029 (MSN 9890) to RFC Jan 23, 1945
			1030 (MSN 9891) condemned after accident Aug 2, 1943
			1031 (MSN 9892) transferred to Army Ground Forces Aug 10, 1944
			1032 (MSN 9893) 47th Liaison Squadron, II Tactical Air Division, Pollock, LA; accident when nosed over 
				taxying at Esler, LA 16Dec43; surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Sep 1, 1944
			1033 (MSN 9894) 5th Air Force, Australia; 33rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 374th Troop Carrier Group; destroyed when 
				force landed with engine failure in New Guinea 20Nov43; condemned Feb 17, 1945
			1034 (MSN 9895) to RFC at Camp Butner, NC Dec 18, 1944
			1035 (MSN 9896) to RFC Mar 1945
			1036 (MSN 9897) 12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle, DE; damaged when nosed '
				over landing at Pittsburgh, PA 5Dec42.  Currently on civil registry as N94582
			1037 (MSN 9898) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated L-4K Aug 26, 1947.  To Civil Air Patrol Feb 13, 1951.
			1038 (MSN 9899) to RFC at Camp MacKay, Hoffman, NC Mar 1945
			1039 (MSN 9900) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1040 (MSN 9901) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
			1041 (MSN 9902) Headquarters Squadron, Redmond, OR; ground accident at Redmond 20Feb44; 32nd Base Unit, Redmond, OR; 
				damaged taxying at Redmond 6Apr44;  transferred to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
			1042 (MSN 9903) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered June 12, 1946
			1043 (MSN 9904)
			1044 (MSN 9905) salvaged Aug 22, 1944
			1045 (MSN 9906) salvaged Jul 6, 1944
			1046 (MSN 9907) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
			1047 (MSN 9908) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
			1048 (MSN 9909) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
			1049 (MSN 9910) redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949; registered N5935V 
				to Civil Air Patrol, Missouri Wing, Joplin, MO 20Jul50, cancelled 10Jun52
			1050 (MSN 9911) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1051 (MSN 9912) transferred to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944.
			1052 (MSN 9913)
			1053 (MSN 9914) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1054 (MSN 9915) condemned Apr 14, 1946
			1055 (MSN 9916) Fort Ord, CA; damaged landing at Hunter Liggett, CA 8Jun43; to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jun 25, 1943.  To I-SASC
			1056 (MSN 9917) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1057 (MSN 9918) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1058 (MSN 9919) 9th Air Force, Europe; 134th Liaison Squadron, Marignane, Marseille [Y-14], France; 
				damaged taxying at Marignane 8Jan45; condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1059 (MSN 9920) condemned Nov 30, 1945.  Registered F-BGQM Dec 15, 1953.  Current [Oct 2016].
			1060 (MSN 9921) redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol, Westover, MA July 18, 1950
			1061 (MSN 9922) 10th Air Force, CBI; 71st Liaison Squadron; destroyed taking off at Ledo, Assam, India 18Sep43;  
				Condemned Dec 31, 1943
			1062 (MSN 9923) 10th Fighter Squadron, 50th Fighter Group, Zephyrhills, FL; mid air collision at Zephyrhills 27Dec43; 
				salvaged Feb 15, 1945
			1063 (MSN 9924) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1064 (MSN 9925) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
			1065 (MSN 9926) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1066 (MSN 9927) to RFC Feb 6 ,1945
			1067 (MSN 9928) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1068 (MSN 9929) condemned Nov 30, 1945.  Became F-PFQA (F-BFQA originally
				reserved but NTU)
			1069 (MSN 9930) to RFC Jan 8, 1945
			1070 (MSN 9931) sent to Camp Young, CA Jan 16, 1942.  From there it was put into storage in 1945 and
				then transferred to the Civil Air Patrol and out of air force inventory.  Registered N194L,
				current [Nov 2016]. Aircraft is now being restored.
			1071 (MSN 9932) sold Sep 17, 1946
			1072 (MSN 9933) salvaged Sep 24, 1945
			1073 (MSN 9934) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1074 (MSN 9935) 27th Troop Carrier Squadron, 10th Troop Carrier Group, Dunnellon, FL; damaged landing at 
				Dunnellon 20Mar43; 420th Night Fighter Squadron, 481st Night Fighter Group, Dunnellon, FL; force 
				landed with engine failure 7 miles SSE of Dunnellon 29Nov43; 
				To USAF Museum Sep 27, 1945.  Now on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Forest City, Oklahoma City, OK.
			1075 (MSN 9936) to RFC Feb 6, 1945
			1076 (MSN 9937) condemned Mar 23, 1944
			1077 (MSN 9938) to RFC Dec 12, 1944
			1078 (MSN 9939) to RFC at Lunken Nov 5, 1945
			1079 (MSN 9940) redesignated as ZL-4VB; to Civil Air Patrol at Berry Field, TN.  To civil registry Feb 28, 1951.
			1080 (MSN 9941) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1081 (MSN 9942) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
			1082 (MSN 9943) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1083 (MSN 9944) to RFC Dec 16, 1944
			1084 (MSN 9945) became HB-OBB
			1085 (MSN 9946) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1086 (MSn 9947) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1087 (MSN 9948) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1088 (MSN 9949) 
			1089 (MSN 9950) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1090 (MSN 9951) condemned Mar 23, 1943
			1091 (MSN 9952) 
			1092 (MSN 9953) to French Army as 4092 Aug 10, 1944
			1093 (MSN 9954) 322nd Service Squadron, 91st Service Group, Leesburg, FL; accident taking off at Wildwood, FL 15Feb43; 
				50th Sub Depot, Lake Charles, LA; damaged landing at Cameron, LA 2Apr43; condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1094 (MSN 9955) Flight Test Squadron, Brookley, AL; stalled, spun and crashed 5 miles NW of Brookley March 9, 1943
			1095 (MSN 9956) surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jul 20, 1944
			1096 (MSN 9957) redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol, Tinker, OK November 3, 1949; 
					registered N5991V to Scottsbluff Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, Scottsbluff, NB 12Dec51, cancelled 30Jul53
			1097 (MSN 9958) salvaged Jun 8, 1945
			1098 (MSN 9959) to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e Observacio, 
				in Italy, September 13, 1944; designated as ZL-4B at Tinker, OK; to Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			1099 (MSN 9960) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered December 12, 1946 as SP-AFW
			1100 (MSN 9961) to RFC Mar 1945
			1101 (MSN 9962) 27th Troop Carrier Squadron, 10th Troop Carrier Group, Dunnellon, FL; force landed at Dunnellon 31Mar43; 
					transferred to Army Ground Forces January 9, 1948
			1102 (MSN 9963) transferred to Army Ground Forces Oct 1, 1944
			1103 (MSN 9964) crashed into Lake Ponchartrain, LA Feb 22, 1943.  Pilot killed
			1104 (MSN 9965) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1105 (MSN 9966) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1106 (MSN 9967) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1107 (MSN 9968) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1108 (MSN 9969) to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1109 (MSN 9970) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1110 (MSN 9971) to French Army as 4110 Aug 10, 1944.  Registered as N92191, current [Nov 2016]
			1111 (MSN 9972) 25th Service Group, Greenville, SC; damaged landing at Greenville 11Aug43;
					 to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e Observacio, in Italy, September 13, 1944; 
					designated as ZL-4B at Tinker, OK; to Civil Air Patrol November 3, 1949
			1112 (MSN 9973) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1113 (MSN 9974) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1114 (MSN 9975) 348th Fighter Squadron, 50th Fighter Group, Orlando, FL; wrecked landing at Orlando AB, FL Jan 23, 1943
			1115 (MSN 9976) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1116 (MSN 9977) salvaged as obsolete.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948
			1117 (MSN 9978) Tuskegee, AL; accident landing at Griel Field, AL 16Sep43; sold Apr 16, 1947
			1118 (MSN 9979) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1119 (MSN 9980) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1120 (MSN 9981) 14th Fighter Squadron, 53rd Fighter Group, Venice, FL; crashed and destroyed with engine failure 8 miles SE of Venice 19Sep43; 
				salvaged at Venice, FL Dec 31, 1943
			1121 (MSN 9982) to RFC at Lansing Apr 20, 1945
			1122 (MSN 9983) condemned due to tornado damage Jun 2, 1945
			1123 (MSN 9984) Dover, DE; damaged taxying at Olmsted, Madison, PA 4Mar43; Middletown Air Depot, PA; 
				wrecked at Cove Valley Airport, PA in landing accident 9Mar43; to CL-26 [GIA] March 16, 1943
			1124 (MSN 9985) 9th Air Force, Europe; 324th Fighter Group, Stuttgart/Echterdingen [R-50], Germany; 
				accident taking off after engine failure at Darmstadt, Germany 17May45; condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1125 (MSN 9986) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 18th Air Depot, Patterson, OH; 
					wrecked when crashed with engine failure at Holton, 10 mi E of North Venice, FL June 16, 1943
			1126 (MSN 9987) 667th Bomb Squadron, 415th Bomb Group, Alachua, FL; collision with A-36A 42-83704 
				taxying at Alachua 26May43; 445th Fighter Squadron, 50th Fighter Group, Orlando, FL; force landed 
				with engine failure 5 miles NW of Clarcona, FL 20Oct43; 
				to French Army as 4110.  Condemned Oct 7, 1947.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948
			1127 (MSN 9988) 9th Air Force, Europe; Headquarters Squadron, 371st Fighter Group, Frankfort/Eschborn [Y-74], Germany; 
				damaged by weather parked at Eschborn 29Apr45; salvaged Apr 30, 1945
			1128 (MSN 9989) 737th Bomb Squadron, 454th Bomb Group, Charleston SC; damaged taxying at Charleston 15Oct43; 
				condemned Oct 7, 1947.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948.
			1129 (MSN 9990) to RFC at Camden Jun 17, 1946
			1130 (MSN 9991) India-China Division, Air Transport Command, Ondal, India; damaged landing at Sookerating 13Jul44; 
				salvaged Sep 4 1944
			1131 (MSN 9992) condemned Nov 20, 1945
			1132 (MSN 9993) condemned Nov 20, 1945
			1133 (MSN 9994) believed originally allocated serial 42-59943.  
					delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA 17Dec42; Post Field, Fort Sill, OK 27Jan43; Piper, Lock Haven, PA 31Jan43; 
					Camp Tucker 1943; Piper, Lock Haven, PA 30Oct44; Atlantic Overseas Air Service Command, Newark, NJ 6Feb45; 
					Port of Embarkation, New York, NY 21Feb45; 8th Air Force, England; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 
					returned to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; flown from Bremen, Germany to Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark 12Apr47; 
					SOC 15Apr47; flown to Malmo, Norway 20Apr47; registered LN-SAT 12Jul48; accident Herjuvann west of Trondheim 23Dec52, not repaired; 
					cancelled 10Aug54; registered as SE-CAL 12Apr55; accident Näshulta, 15 km SW Eskilstuna 25Jul56, hit a post whilst 
					crop dusting , damage to landing gear and RH wing; aborted sale to Norway 19Apr71
			1134 (MSN 9995) 667th Bomb Squadron, 415th Bomb Group, Alachua, FL; mid air collision at Alachua 12May43; 
				667th Bomb Squadron, 415th Bomb Group, Orlando, FL; damaged landing at Orlando 5Jun43; 
				surveyed at Rome AF, NY Aug 26, 1944
			1135 (MSN 9996) to RFC at Lunken, OH Nov 5, 1945
			1136 (MSN 9997) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1137 (MSN 9998) condemned after accident Jul 29, 1943
			1138 (MSN 9999) to RFC Jan 19 1945
			1139 (MSN 10000) transferred to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944
			1140 (MSN 10001) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1141 (MSN 10002) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1142 (MSN 10003) 27th Service Group, Venice, FL; damaged taxying at Venice 1Mar44; 14th Service Group, Venice, FL; 
				crashed and destroyed due weather landing at Venice 8Apr44; salvaged at Venice, IN Apr 8, 1944
			1143 (MSN 10004) 480th Bomb Squadron, 336th Bomb Group, Avon Park, FL; damaged taking off at Lake Placid 
					Auxiliary Field, FL 8Mar43; to Força Aérea Brasileira for use by their expeditionary force, 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio e Observacio,
					 in Italy, September 13, 1944; redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol May 19, 1949
			1144 (MSN 10005) transferred to Army Ground Forces
			1145 (MSN 10006, frame no. 10549) to French Army as 4145 May 17, 1944.  To civil registry as F-BFQY Aug 12, 1950, 
				canclled Sep 24, 1973 as withdrawn, then registered G-BBLH
				Sep 24, 1973 (but registered with MSN 10549).  Still currrent [Oct 2016].
			1146 (MSN 10007) 380th Service Squadron, 70th Service Group, Waycross, GA; crashed after engine failure 2 miles N of Waycross 25Mar43; 461st Service Squadron, 
				326th Service Group, Waycross, GA; damaged in collision with L-4A 42-36424 taxying at Liberty, GA 31Aug43; 
				purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AHC
			1147 (MSN 10008) Avon Park, FL; damaged due weather taxying at Avon Park 29Mar43; Headquarters Squadron, Bartow, FL; 
				force landed due weather 4 miles SW of Fort Meade, FL 3Oct43; Headquarters Squadron, 40th Service Group, Lakeland, FL;  
				crashed and destroyed by mechanical failure at Lakeland 12Feb44; surveyed at Bartow AF, FL Feb 13, 1944
			1148 (MSN 10009) transferred to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
			1149 (MSN 10010) to RFC Feb 15, 1945
			1150 (MSN 10011) surveyed Jun 20, 1944
			1151 (MSN 10012) to RFC Jan 11, 1945
			1152 (MSN 10013) surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jul 21, 1944
			1153 (MSN 10014) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered Feb 1, 1947 
			1154 (MSN 10015) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered Feb 1, 1947 
			1155 (MSN 10016) sold Apr 16, 1947
			1156 (MSN 10017) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1157 (MSN 10018) condemned Mar 29, 1944
			1158 (MSN 10019) 10th Air Force, CBI; 71st Liaison Squadron; mid air collision India 28Jul43; 530th Fighter Squadron, 
				311th Fighter Group; force landed engine failure 20 miles S of Dinjan, India 15Dec43; condemned Aug 4, 1944
			1159 (MSN 10020) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1160 (MSN 10021) sold Mar 9, 1946; registered VT-CDQ 28Jun50
			1161 (MSN 10022) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1162 (MSN 10023) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 1, 1947 as SP-AGW
			1163 (MSN 10024) salvaged Jun 29, 1945
			1164 (MSN 10025) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943.  returned to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; 
					Headquarters Squadron, 27th Fighter Group, Mannheim/Sandhofen [Y-79], Germany; crashed landing at Furstenfeldbruck, Germany 9Jul45
			1165 (MSN 10026) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1166 (MSN 10027) transferred to Army Ground Forces May 15, 1944
			1167 (MSN 10028) to RFC at Lockhaven, PA Feb 5, 1945
			1168 (MSN 10029) transferred to Army Ground Forces May 3, 1944
			1169 (MSN 10030) 10th Air Force, CBI; 71st Liaison Squadron; damaged taking off at Shaduzup, Burma 9Jun44;
				condemned Oct 4, 1944
			1170 (MSN 10031) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 26, 1944
			1171 (MSN 10032) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jan 20, 1943
			1172 (MSN 10033)
			1173 (MSN 10034) transferred to Army Ground Forces; Fourth US Army; Headquarters Battery, 883rd Field Artillery Battalion; 
				damaged in landing accident with L-4 43-1121 at Stout, IN 2Dec44; condemned Jun 30, 1944
			1174 (MSN 10035) to reclamation at Stout Field, IN May 13, 1946
			1175 (MSN 10036) 
			1176 (MSN 10037) salvaged Jun 8, 1945
			1177 (MSN 10038) 
			1178 (MSN 10039) condemned Apr 1, 1944
			1179 (MSN 10040) to RFC Jan 19, 1944
			1180 (MSN 10041) salvaged Feb 17, 1944
			1181 (MSN 10042) 334th Base Unit, Baltimore, MD; damaged taxying at Andrews, MD 3Aug47
			1182 (MSN 10043) 5th Air Force, Australia; damaged taxying at Kila Drome, New Guinea 5Aug43; 
				condemned after accident Oct 30, 1943
			1183 (MSN 10044) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1184 (MSN 10045) transferred to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944
			1185 (MSN 10046) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
			1186 (MSN 10047) transferred to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944
			1187 (MSN 10048) condemned after accident Oct 2, 1943
			1188 (MSN 10049) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1189 (MSN 10050) to RFC Mar 12, 1945
			1190 (MSN 10051) shipped to Netherlands West Indies via Newark, NJ Jan 10, 1943.  
				Arrived Curacao May 1943, used by Aero Club Curacao, 12/45 crashed Hato and w/o.
			1191 (MSN 10052) sold Aug 26, 1946
			1192 (MSN 10053) shipped to Netherlands West Indies via Newark, 
				NJ.  Jan 10, 1943 arrived Curacao May 1943, used by Aero Club Curacao, Jan 1949 registered as 
				PJ-GAD
			1193 (MSN 10054) condemned Feb 4, 1944
			1194 (MSN 10055) 10th Air Force, CBI; 71st Liaison Squadron; destroyed landing at Ledo, India 22Dec43; 
				condemned Dec 31, 1943
			1195 (MSN 10056) salvaged Apr 16, 1944
			1196 (MSN 10057) 10th Air Force, CBI; 5th Liaison Squadron; crash landed at Shaduzup, Burma 14Jun44;  
				condemned Jun 1, 1949
			1197 (MSN 10058) condemned after accident Dec 23, 1943
			1198 (MSN 10059) salvaged as ZL-4G at Goose Bay, Labrador Nov 22, 1949
			1199 (MSN 10060) 5th Air Force, Australia; loaned to No. 4 Squadron [code: QEII], Royal Australian 
				Air Force, Finschafen, New Guinea September 5, 1943; probably destroyed by a grass fire at Nadzab, New Guinea 1945
			1200 (MSN 10061) salvaged Apr 15, 1944
			1201 (MSN 10062) 10th Air Force, CBI; 317th Troop Carrier Squadron, 2nd Air Commando Group; 
				force landed at Kalaikunda, India 21Apr45; condemned due to engine failure Apr 27, 1945
			1202 (MSN 10063) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mov 23, 1943
			1203 (MSN 10064) condemned for salvage Nov 13,1947
			1204 (MSN 10065) transferred to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1944
			1205 (MSN 10066) salvaged Jun 8, 1945
			1206 (MSN 10067) salvaged Jun 8, 1945
			1207 (MSN 10068) condemned Apr 4, 1944
			1208 (MSN 10069) condemned as missing Aug 7, 1944
			1209 (MSN 10070) salvaged Nov 23, 1945
			1210 (MSN 10071) 364th Air Base Squadron, Billy Mitchell, Milwaukee, WI; damaged landing at Billy Mitchell 11Oct43; 
				9th Air Force, Europe; 81st Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Melun [A-55], France; mid air collision at 
				Fountain-le-Port, France 10May45; salvaged May 11, 1945
			1211 (MSN 10072) transferred to Army Ground Forces Aug 2, 1944
			1212 (MSN 10073) 476th Air Base Squadron; damaged landing at mile post 296, Alcan Hwy, AK 17May43; Minneapolis, MN; 
				force landed engine failure at Mullan Pass Radio Station, ID 14Apr44;  to reclamation at Hill Field Jun 20, 1946
			1213 (MSN 10074) force landed engine failure 4 miles S of The Pas, MAN, Canada 3Oct44;  to RFC at Albany, NY Sep 27, 1945l
				 Registered N58473, current [Nov16]
			1214 (MSN 10075) damaged landing at Burwash, Yukon, Canada 6Mar44;  transferred to Army Ground Forces Aug 2, 1944
			1215 (MSN 10076) to RFC Feb 14, 1945
			1216 (MSN 10077) condemned in Canada Jun 14, 1946
			1217 (MSN 10078) transferred to Army Ground Forces Aug 10, 1944
			1218 (MSN 10079) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jul 8, 1944
			1219 (MSN 10080) to RFC at Lockburn, PA Feb 5, 1945
			1220 (MSN 10081) condemned Apr 21, 1943
			1221 (MSN 10082) crashed and destroyed at Churchill, MAN, Canada 5Jul44; condemned in Canada Jun 14, 1946
			1222 (MSN 10083) 11th Air Force, Alaska; 24th Air Base Squadron; force landed engine failure at Elmendorf, AK 15Aug43; 
				sold at Newark, NJ Apr 29, 1946
			1223 (MSN 10084) 364th Air Base Squadron, Billy Mitchell, Milwaukee, WI; damaged when nosed over 
				taxying at Billy Mitchell 16Nov43; sold Apr 7, 1946
			1224 (MSN 10085) to storage as ZL-4B at Pyote AAF, TX Sep 23, 1949
			1225 (MSN 10086) to RFC at Albany, NY Jan 22, 1945.  Became NC60443, then OE-AEW,
				then D-EGZA Jun 1, 1964
			1226 (MSN 10087) damaged taxying 25Nov43; condemned Dec 1, 1945
			1227 (MSN 10088) to RFC Feb 14, 1945
			1228 (MSN 10089) 11th Air Force, Alaska; force landed engine failure at Ladd, AK May 30, 1943; 
				24th Air Base Squadron; crashed and destroyed taking off at Campbell Creek, AK 16Jun44
			1229 (MSN 10090)to RFC Apr 28, 1945
			1230 (MSN 10091) 11th Air Force, Alaska; 24th Air Base Squadron; crashed and destroyed taking off 
				at Elmendorf, Anchorage, AK 1Sep43; salvaged at Ft. Richardson, AK Sep 11, 1943
			1231 (MSN 10092) to RFC Feb 14, 1945
			1232 (MSN 10093) Air Transport Command; damaged by mechanical failure landing at Mingan, Canada 27Feb47
			1233 (MSN 10094) 1383rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Goose Bay, Labrador; damaged taxying at Goose Bay 12Feb46;  
				scrapped Dec 31, 1946
			1234 (MSN 10095) 2252 Base Unit, Ernest Harmon, Newfoundland; accident due engine failure at Ernest Harmon 17Sep48
			1235 (MSN 10096) Air Transport Command; force landed with engine failure at Fort Chimo, Quebec, Canada 7Nov43; 
				accident 21 miles from Sylvia Grinnell River, Canada 11May45; 1383rd Base Unit, Goose Bay, Labrador; 
				crash landed on Baffin Island, Canada 29Apr47;  
			1236 (MSN 10097) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1237 (MSN 10098) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1238 (MSN 10099) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1239 (MSN 10100) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1240 (MSN 10101) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1241 (MSN 10102) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1242 (MSN 10103) condemned Apr 23, 1943
			1243 (MSN 10104) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			1244 (MSN 10105) condemned Apr 1, 1946; registered HB-OHA, registered D-ECAT 12Sep56, cancelled 29Oct65; written off 1Jan61
			1245 (MSN 10106) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			1246 (MSN 10107) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			1247 (MSN 10108) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			1248 (MSN 10109) condemned Oct 31, 1944
			1249 (MSN 10110) condemned Dec 10, 1944
			1250 (MSN 10111) condemned Dec 31, 1945
			1251 (MSN 10112) condemned Jan 27, 1944
			1252 (MSN 10113) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jun 10, 1943
			1253 (MSN 10114) condemned Nov 2, 1943
			1254 (MSN 10115) condemned Aug 21, 1943
			1255 (MSN 10116) condemned Jul 31, 1943
			1256 (MSN 10117) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1257 (MSN 10118) 3706th Base Unit, Sheppard, TX; accident landing at Petrolia Auxiliary Field, TX 26Jul45;
				to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
			1258 (MSN 10119) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
			1259 (MSN 10120) transferred to Army Ground Forces Feb 18, 1944
			1260 (MSN 10121) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1261 (MSN 10122) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered February 14, 1947 as SP-AIZ; 
				modified as an ambulance to carry stretcher patients, fitted with a Praga D engine
			1262 (MSN 10123, frame no. 9923) believed originally allocated serial 42-60071.
				Diverted to unknown location May 9, 1946.  Became SE-AWP, apparently
				sold Oct 2003 to owner in Poland, registered SP-AWP Dec 30, 2003.
				Its original identity is shown as 42-66062 (or 42-60072).delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA 
				30Jan43; Camp Chaffee, Fort Smith, AR 20Feb43; 9th Air Force, Europe; SOC 9May46; test flight Bulltofta, 
				Malmo, Sweden 12Aug46; registered SE-AWD 14Aug46; accident 31Aug47, forced landing in a field at Alna 
				Gård, Aspabruk in poor weather, severely damaged, beyond economical repair;  registration cancelled 
				18Feb48 as destroyed; various parts used in rebuild with MSN Lfs1-1948; 
				registered SE-AWP 21Sep49; incident, Mora seaplane jetty, Mora-Noret  1Jun52 when being moved 
				to the hangar, a strut was damaged causing a float to loosen and detach itself causing right wing 
				and nose to sink in the water; accident E of Frederika village in Lappland 13Sep60, the aircraft 
				turned over when forced landing after engine failure; accident Skå 2Jun61, landed heavy after being 
				caught by a strong gust of wind, substantially damaged; registration cancelled 7Dec71; restored as 
				SE-AWP 2Aug79; registration cancelled 21Oct03 on export to Poland; registered SP-AWP December 30, 2003.
			1263 (MSN 10124) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1264 (MSN 10125) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1265 (MSN 10126) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1266 (MSN 10127) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1267 (MSN 10128) 12th Air Force, Italy; 51st Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group; 
				force landed with engine failure at Monopoli, Italy 19Mar44; condemned May 16, 1944
			1268 (MSN 10129) condemned May 16, 1944
			1269 (MSN 10130) 12th Air Force, Italy; 12th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance 
				Group, Cercola, Italy; destroyed after landed on a mine at Leghorn, Italy Feb 7, 1945.
				Condemned Feb 10, 1945.
			1270 (MSN 10131) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1271 (MSN 10132) condemned as salvage Aug 24, 1945
			1272 (MSN 10133) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications Feb 1, 1947
			1273 (MSN 10134) condemned Nov 30, 1945. Registered N9064C, registered to US Army, Fort Eustis, VA 4May78, 
				revoked 13May78, cancelled 15Sep09; preserved and on display at US Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, VA
			1274 (MSN 10135) condemned Nov 30, 1945.
			1275 (MSN 10136) condemned Nov 30, 1945.
			1276 (MSN 10137) condemned Nov 30, 1945.
			1277 (MSN 10138) condemned Nov 30, 1945.
			1278 (MSN 10139) condemned Nov 30, 1945.
			1279 (MSN 10140) condemned as salvage Nov 30, 1945
			1280 (MSN 10141) condemned May 1, 1946
			1281 (MSN 10142) condemned Dec 31, 1943
			1282 (MSN 10143) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1283 (MSN 10144) transferred to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
			1284 (MSN 10145)
			1285 (MSN 10146) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 2, 1943.  Fourth US Army; 428th Field 
				Artillery Battalion; crash landed with engine failure 3 miles NE of Camp Chaffee, AR 10Dec44.  
				Sold on civil market Jan 23, 1945.  To civil registry as NC57560 Jan 1945. Current [Nov 2016].
			1286 (MSN 10147) to RFC Dec 16, 1944
			1287 (MSN 10148) to RFC Dec 16, 1944
			1288 (MSN 10149) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1289 (MSN 10150) to RFC at Wichita, KS Jan 9, 1945
			1290 (MSN 10151) to RFC Jan 31, 1945
			1291 (MSN 10152) to RFC Dec 1, 1944
			1292 (MSN 10153) to RFC Jan 11, 1945
			1293 (MSN 10154) to reclamation at Tinker Field May 18, 1948
			1294 (MSN 10155) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1295 (MSN 10156) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1296 (MSN 10157) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1297 (MSN 10158) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK May 8, 1948
			1298 (MSN 10159) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1299 (MSN 10160) to storage as ZL-4B at Little Rock, AK Aug 29, 1949
			1300 (MSN 10161) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1301 (MSN 10162) to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jun 10, 1943
			1302 (MSN 10163) to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Jul 1, 1943
			1303 (MSN 10164) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1304 (MSN 10165) to RFC at Camp Roberts, CA Dec 29, 1946
			1305 (MSN 10166) to RFC at Camp Roberts, CA Dec 29, 1944
			1306 (MSN 10167) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1307 (MSN 10168) salvaged Mar 4, 1946
			1308 (MSN 10169) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1309 (MSN 10170) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1310 (MSN 10171) to RFC at Lockbury, PA Feb 5, 1944
			1311 (MSN 10172) transferred to Army Ground Forces May 9, 1945.  ; 25 Division Artillery, Nara, Japan; damaged due 
					weather landing 2 miles W of Sonobe, Japan 14Feb47
			1312 (MSN 10173) to RFC Dec 6, 1947
			1313 (MSN 10174) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to US Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile 
				Reclamation and Repair Squadron; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56],
				 Germany; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group; ferried to Bielefeld, Germany 15Apr45; 
				ferried to Braunschweig, Germany 19Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 
				125th Liaison Squadron 2May45; to French Apr 14, 1947; registered as F-BDTA with Ets. C. Tuyot 23Apr48, 
				cancelled 11Aug09 on export to Luxembourg  
			1314 (MSN 10175) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to US Army Ground Forces; Camp McCoy, WI 
				March 20, 1943; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, 
				Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group; ferried to Bielefeld, Germany 15Apr45; 
				50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron
			1315 (MSN 10176) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
			1316 (MSN 10177) transferred to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
			1317 (MSN 10178) salvaged Feb 18, 1951
			1318 (MSN 10179) to RFC Feb 15, 1945
			1319 (MSN 10180) to RFC Jan 22, 1945
			1320 (MSN 10181) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1321 (MSN 10182) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1322 (MSN 10183) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1323 (MSN 10184) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1324 (MSN 10185) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1325 (MSN 10186) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1326 (MSN 10187) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1327 (MSN 10188) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1328 (MSN 10189) to RFC Jan 19, 1945. Registered N49844, current [Nov16]
			1329 (MSN 10190) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
			1330 (MSN 10191) to RFC Dec 16, 1944
			1331 (MSN 10192) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
			1332 (MSN 10193) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
			1333 (MSN 10194) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
			1334 (MSN 10195) to reclamation at Greenville AAF, MS May 18, 1948
			1335 (MSN 10196) to reclamation at Tinker Field Feb 24, 1948
			1336 (MSN 10197) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated ZL-4K Aug 26, 1947.  To reclamation at 
				Tinker Field Sep 20, 1949
			1337 (MSN 10198) to RFC Dec 30, 1944
			1338 (MSN 10199) to RFC Dec 30, 1944
			1339 (MSN 10200) to RFC Dec 30, 1944
			1340 (MSN 10201) to RFC at Camp Shelby, MS Dec 30, 1944
			1341 (MSN 10202) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to US Army Ground Forces; 
				Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 
				ferried to Braunschweig, Germany 19Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 
				125th Liaison Squadron 2May45; returned to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; to Belgium Mar 5, 1947
				registered OO-RAM 25Sep59, cancelled 10May85
			1342 (MSN 10203) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1343 (MSN 10204) purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered June 12, 1946 as SP-AKP
			1344 (MSN 10205) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jun 10, 1943
			1345 (MSN 10206) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
			1346 (MSN 10207) to RFC Mar 1945
			1347 (MSN 10208) transferred to Army Ground Forces;  wrecked at Camp Hyder, AL in windstorm Aug 12, 1943
			1348 (MSN 10209) transferred to Army Ground Forces;  wrecked at Camp Hyder, AL in windstorm Aug 12, 1943.
			1349 (MSN 10210) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			1350 (MSN 10211) transferred to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
			1351 (MSN 10212) to RFC Dec 16, 1944
			1352 (MSN 10213) to RFC Dec 1, 1944
			1353 (MSN 10214) to RFC Dec 1, 1944
			1354 (MSN 10215) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 1, 1943
			1355 (MSN 10216) redesignated ZL-4B, to reclamation at Tinker Field Aug 12, 1948
			1356 (MSN 10217) condemned as salvage Jun 28, 1946
			1357 (MSN 10218) to RFC Feb 5, 1947
			1358 (MSN 10219) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 3, 1942
			1359 (MSN 10220) to reclamation at Tinker Field Mar 28, 1948
			1360 (MSN 10221) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 3, 1943.  To RAF as VM286 with RAF A&AEE Sep 1945, fitted with 
				Brodie System.  W/o on first trial takeoff  SOC Mar 18, 1946.  Air Arsenal quotes this as being 43-630
			1361 (MSN 10222) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 3, 1943
			1362 (MSN 10223) to reclamation at Tinker Field Jul 11, 1947
			1363 (MSN 10224) transferred to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
			1364 (MSN 10225) sold Apr 16, 1947
			1365 (MSN 10226) 3706th Base Unit, Sheppard, TX; ground accident at Electra Auxiliary Field, TX 19Jul45; 
				to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
			1366 (MSN 10227) to RFC at Ft Jackson, NC Jan 4, 1945
			1367 (MSN 10228) to reclamation Oct 21, 1948
			1368 (MSN 10229)
			1369 (MSN 10230) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
			1370 (MSN 10231) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
			1371 (MSN 10232) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
			1372 (MSN 10233) to RFC at Muskogee, OK Dec 13, 1945
			1373 (MSN 10234) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
			1374 (MSN 10235) to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Jan 29, 1945
			1375 (MSN 10236)
			1376 (MSN 10237)
			1377 (MSN 10238) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
			1378 (MSN 10239) 3706th Base Unit, Sheppard, TX; damaged landing 3 miles W of Grandfield 
				Auxiliary Field, OK 13Aug45; redesignated as ZL-4B; Civil Air Patrol September 23, 1944
			1379 (MSN 10240) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1380 (MSN 10241) 9th Air Force, Europe; 461st Service Squadron, 326th Service Group, Orconte [A-66], France; 
				crashed and destroyed due weather at Vitry-le-François, France October 12, 1944; salvaged Oct 16, 1944
			1381 (MSN 10242) 9th Air Force, Europe; 494th Fighter Squadron, 48th Fighter Group, Ibsley, Hants; 
				damaged taxying at Ibsley 27Jun44; condemned as salvage Sep 10, 1944
			1382 (MSN 10243) 9th Air Force, Europe; 404th Fighter Squadron, 371st Fighter Group, Bisterne Close, Hants;
				 crashed and destroyed by engine failure at Bisterne 17Jun44	
			1383 (MSN 10244) to French Army as 4383 May 17, 1944.  registered F-BFYF Feb 15, 1951, cancelled Nov 25, 1976
				as withdrawn.  Registered G-BYSO Feb 19, 1991, current [Oct 2016].
				Displayed in French Army markings with code XC.
			1384 (MSN 10245) condemned Apr 14, 1946
			1385 (MSN 10246) to RFC Dec 12, 1944
			1386 (MSN 10247) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1387 (MSN 10248) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1388 (MSN 10249) post-war conversion to L-4K
			1389 (MSN 10250) to RFC Jan 4, 1945.
			1390 (MSN 10251) to Civil Air Patrol Feb 26, 1948
			1391 (MSN 10252) to reclamation at Tinker Field May 18, 1948
			1392 (MSN 10253) 2618th Base Unit, Sheppard, TX; force landed engine failure 2 miles N of Wichita Falls, TX 4Apr45; 
				To RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
			1393 (MSN 10254) to RFC at Camp Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
			1394 (MSN 10255) to RFC at Camp Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
			1395 (MSN 10256) to RFC at Cam Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
			1396 (MSN 10257) to RFC at Camp Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
			1397 (MSN 10258) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1398 (MSN 10259) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1399 (MSN 10260) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1400 (MSN 10261) salvaged Nov 17, 1945
			1401 (MSN 10262) condemned ed Nov 30, 1945
			1402 (MSN 10263) condemned Aug 3, 1946.  registered OK-XEL, cancelled Feb 1958.  Registered D-ECED Feb 4, 1958, 
				cancelled Nov 1965.  Restored as D-EGOV Apr 1982.  Destroyed Aug 27, 1984.  Registration cancelled 1984.
			1403 (MSN 10264) salvaged Apr 24, 1946
			1404 (MSN 10265) to RAF Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) at Boscombe Down,
				Wiltshire May 1943 for trials of the Brodie system, retained USAAF markings.   8th Air Force, England;
				 87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Warton, Lancs; damaged while parked in collision by
				 UC-61A 43-14487 being taxied by ground crew at Warton 15Jun43; 310th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th 
				Troop Carrier Group, Amiens [B-48], France; damaged when force landed with engine failure 5 miles SE of Amiens April 20, 1945.  
				Salvaged Apr 21, 1945.  
			1405 (MSN 10266) 9th Air Force, Europe; 377th Fighter Squadron, 362nd Fighter Group, Rennes [A-27], France; 
				crashed and destroyed taking off at Chance, near Rennes 13Aug44; condemned Aug 31, 19o44
			1406 (MSM 10267) 9th Air Force, Europe; 153rd Liaison Squadron, 67th Reconnaissance Group, Membury, Wilts; 
				crashed and destroyed taking off at Membury 23Oct43; salvaged Aug 31, 1944
			1407 (MSN 10268) 9th Air Force, Europe; 511th Fighter Squadron, 405th Fighter Group, Kitzingen [R-6], Germany; 
				damaged landing at Kitzingen 28Apr45; salvaged May 25, 10945
			1408 (MSN 10269) to RFC May 20, 1945
			1409 (MSN 10270) to RFC May 20, 1045.  Seen at Sun 'n Fun 2002.  Not sure if it is the original article.
			1410 (MSN 10271) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 19,1945
			1411 (MSN 10272) Reconstruction Finance Corporation March 30, 1945; registered NC46784, later as N46784, 
				cancelled 25Jul77 on export to Canada; registered C-GVGM, cancelled 4Jul97 on export to France;
				registration F-GJMQ allocated but NTU; registered F-BHHQ 7Oct97, current [Oct16]
			1412 (MSN 10273) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1413 (MSN 10274) transferred to Army Ground Forces Aug 23, 1944
			1414 (MSN 10275)
			1415 (MSN 10276) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 15, 19453
			1416 (MSN 10277) to RFC Jan 5, 1945
			1417 (MSN 10278) to RFC Jan 22, 1945
			1418 (MSN 10279) salvaged Mar 2, 1945
			1419 (MSN 10280) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 15, 1943
			1420 (MSN 10281) 
			1421 (MSN 10282)
			1422 (MSN 10283) to RFC Jan 5, 1945
			1423 (MSN 10284) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1424 (MSN 10285) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
			1425 (MSN 10286) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 15, 19o43
			1426 (MSN 10287) to RFC Feb 6, 1945
			1427 (MSN 10288) wrecked NE of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico Aug 15, 1943 and DBR
			1428 (MSN 10289) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to US Army Ground Forces; 
				50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, 
				Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group; 
				ferried to Bielefeld, Germany 15Apr45; Headquarters, Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, 
				Braunschweig, Germany 17Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 
				125th Liaison Squadron 2May45;salvaged Oct 9, 1945
			1429 (MSN 10290) to RFC Mar 1945
			1430 (MSN 10291) diverted to France Apr 1,1947.  Registered F-BEGF Feb 8, 1948, cancelled Jun 9, 1953
				as destroyed.  Registered F-BGXF Sep 9, 1953, cancelled Nov 27, 1970 as withdrawn.  Registered Jun 27, 
				1980 as G-BHVV.  Current [Oct 2016].
			1431 (MSN 10292) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 17, 1942
			1432 (MSN 10293) delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to US Army Ground Forces; 
				27th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Jena, Germany; 104th Infantry Division Artillery 14May45;
				registered HB-OUF; reregistered HB-OCW 5Apr83; registration F-GOAD reserved
			1433 (MSN 10294) to RFC Oct 4, 1945
			1434 (MSN 10295) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 17, 1943.  1B Squadron, Department of Air Training, 
				Field Artillery School, Post Field, Fort Sill, OK; accident landing at North Field, Fort Sill 11Aug45
			1435 (MSN 10296) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1436 (MSN 10297) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 18, 1943
			1437 (MSN 10298) to RFC Dec 16, 1944
			1438 (MSN 10299) 
			1439 (MSN 10300) to RFC Jan 8, 1945.  Current as N50364
			1440 (MSN 10301) to reclamation at Tinker AF May 18, 1948
			1441 (MSN 10302) transferred to Army Ground Forces; 671st Field Artillery Battalion; crashed after mid air 
				collision at Fort Jackson, SC 16Nov44; to RFC at New Orleans AF, LA May 30, 1945
			1442 (MSN 10303) to RFC Dec 30, 1944
			1443 (MSN 10304) redesignated as ZL-4B; to reclamation at Tinker AF Sep 24, 1948
			1444 (MSN 10305) transferred to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
			1445 (MSN 10306) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 11, 1943
			1446 (MSN 10307) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 11, 1943
			1447 (MSN 10308) transferrred to Army Ground Forces May 9, 1945
			1448 (MSN 10309) salvaged as obsolete Oct 7, 1947
			1449 (MSN 10310) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 21, 1942
			1450 (MSN 10311) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1451 (MSN 10312) to RFC Mar 12, 1945
			1452 (MSN 10313) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1453 (MSN 10314) to RFC Mar 12, 1945. Registered N53605, revoked 14Jul77, cancelled 21Aug12
			1454 (MSN 10315) to RFC Dec 12, 1944
			1455 (MSN 10316) Civil Air Patrol, Beckley, WV; damaged landing due weather at 
				Kanawha County Airport, WV 27Mar48; redesignated ZL-4B; sold March 28, 1950	
			1456 (MSN 10317) to RFC Dec 4, 1945
			1457 (MSN 10318) to RFC Dec 12, 1945
			1458 (MSN 10319) transferred to Army Ground Forces Jan 20, 1945
			1459 (MSN 10320) transferred to Army Ground Forces Apr 24, 1943
			1460 (MSN 10321)
			1461 (MSN 10322) to RFC Oct 4, 1945
			1462 (MSN 10323) to RFC Feb 5, 1945
			1463 (MSN 10324) to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1464 (MSN 10325) 
			1465 (MSN 10326) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1466 (MSN 10327) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1467 (MSN 10328) 
			1468 (MSN 10329) 9th Air Force, Europe; 444th Bomb Squadron, 320th Bomb Group, Berghof, Germany; 
				accident landing at Munster, Germany 25Jun45; condemed for salvage Jul 7, 1945
			1469 (MSN 10330) condemned Nov 30, 1945
			1470 (MSN 10331) condemned Nov 30, 1945.
43-1471/1960	Aeronca L-3C Grasshopper
			1471 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 16, 1944
			1472 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
			1473 to RFC at Lunken Apt, OH Oct 7, 1944
			1474 to CL-26 at Riddle School of Aviation, Miami, FL Nov 3, 1942
			1475 to CL-26 at Riddle School of Aviation, Miami, FL Nov 3, 1942
			1476 to RFC Dec 5, 1944
			1477 to reclamation at Micland AF, TX May 7, 1945
			1478 surveyed at Harvard AF, NB Jul 21, 1943
			1479 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1480 surveyed at Bendleton AB Sep 25, 1943
			1481 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
			1482 to RFC Aug 15, 1944
			1483 to reclamation and scrap at Pendleton AB, OR Oct 2, 1945
			1484 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 29, 1944
			1485 to RFC Aug 28, 1944
			1486 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1487 wrecked at Lowry Field, CO Jul 12, 1942.  Condemned Oct 13, 1942
			1488 surveyed at Sioux Falls AF, SD Oct 23, 1943
			1489 surveyed at Mountain Home AF May 24, 1944
			1490 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
			1491 surveyed at Geiger AF Sep 17, 1943
			1492 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 29, 1944
			1493 surveyed at Mountain Home AF, ID May 24, 1944
			1494 to reclamation at Rome AF, NY Oct 25, 1944
			1495 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 4,1942
			1496 to RFC at Spokane, WA Oct 1944
			1497 to RFC Dec 22, 1944
			1498 to RFC May 15, 1944
			1499 to RFC at Hill Field Aug 29, 1944.
			1500 to RFC Jan 21, 1945
			1501 wrecked at Ardmore, OK Mar 14, 1943.  Hit trees in apparent dead-stick landing
				attempt.  2 killed.
			1502 to RFC at Hicks AF Sep 5, 1944
			1504 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1505 to RFC at Hinks AF Sep 5, 1944
			1506 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 13, 1944
			1507 to RFC Dec 1, 1944
			1508 to CL-26 at Cincinatti Sep 5, 1944
			1509 hit ditch during landing rollout, Denton TX 3/11/1943.  To RFC at Cincinatti Sep 5, 1944
			1510 to RFC at Spokane AF, WA Sep 8, 1944
			1511 to RFC Dec 20, 1944
			1512 to RFC Jan 25, 1945
			1513 to RFC Sep 5, 1944
			1514 to RFC Sep 29, 1944
			1515 to RFC at Kingman AF, AZ Aug 17, 1944
			1516 to RFC Jan 21, 1945
			1517 to RFC at Casper AF, WY Aug 24, 1944
			1518 to reclamation at Chanute AF, IL Apr 9, 1946
			1519 to RFC at Ford, Lansing, MI Aug 5, 1944.
			1520 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1521 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1522 to RFC Sep 27, 1944
			1523 to reclamation at Waco AF, TX Apr 1, 1946
			1524 to RFC at Hill Field, UT Aug 29, 1944
			1525 to RFC Sep 28, 1944
			1526 to RFC at Patterson AF, OH Sep 28, 1944
			1527 to RFC Sep 5, 1945
			1528 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 6, 1945.  
			1529 surveyed at Bergstrom AAF, TX Jun 16, 1944
			1530 surveyed at Biggs Field Aug 7, 1943
			1532 to RFC at Hicks Field Sep 5,1944
			1533 surveyed at Lawson AF Jun 7, 1943
			1534 to DPC at Heasley Flying Service, Rosemead Apt, CA Nov 22, 1944
			1535 to RFC Jan 12, 1945
			1536 to RFC at Concord, CA Mar 1945
			1537 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1538 to DPC at Cimmaron Field, Yukon, OK
			1539 to CAA Oct 6, 1945
			1540 to RFC sep 29, 1944
			1541 to CAA, condemned opbsolete Jan 5, 1944
			1542 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1543 to RFC Aug 7, 1944
			1544 to RFC at Concord, CA Sep 1944
			1545 to RFC at Herbert Smart Apt, Macon, GA Sep 1944
			1546 to RFC at Concord AAF, CA Mar 1945
			1547 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1548 to RFC Jan 25, 1945
			1549 to RFC Feb 1945.
			1550 to DPC at Thompson Flying Service, Salt Lake Apt, UT Nov 23, 1944
			1551 surveyed at Lawson AAF, GA May 24, 1944
			1552 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
			1553 surveyed at Bowman AF Jul 7, 1943
			1554 surveyed at Sedalia AF, MO Sep 29, 1943
			1555 to RFC at Kansas City Aug 15, 1944
			1556 to RFC at San Barnardino Aug 29, 1944
			1557 to RFC Aug 21, 1944
			1558 to RFC Nov 25, 1944
			1559 to RFC Aug 12, 1944
			1560 to RFC at Concord, CA Oct 8, 1944
			1561 to RFC at Ft. Bragg, nC Jan 2, 1945
			1562 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
			1563 to CL-26 at Great Bend AAF, KA Jul 11, 1943
			1564 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 29, 1944
			1565 to CAA Nov 23, 1944
			1566 to RFC at Kansas City MAP Aug 29, 1944
			1567 to CL-26 at Ephrata AF Apr 21, 1943
			1568 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
			1569 surveyed at Smokey Hills AAF Jun 1, 1943
			1570 to RFC at Concord, CA Feb 26, 1945
			1571 to RFC at Hill Field Aug 29, 1944
			1572 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 30, 1944
			1573 to RFC at Patterson AF, OH sep 27, 1944
			1574 to RFC Aug 12, 1944
			1575 to RFC Aug 10, 1944
			1576 to RFC Nov 22, 1944
			1577 to RFC Sep 20,1945
			1578 to RFC at Hill Field Aug 29, 1944
			1579 surveyed at Bowman AF Sep 8, 1943
			1580 to RFC at Hill Field, UT Aug 29, 1944
			1581 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			1582 wrecked 27 mi NW of Wendover Field, UT Oct 20, 1942
			1583 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
			1584 to RFC Dec 4, 1944
			1585 wrecked at Big Springs AAF, TX Sep 22, 1943
			1586 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
			1587 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1588 to CAA Jul 12, 1943.  To RFC Jan 5, 1945
			1589 to RFC Aug 15, 1944
			1590 to DPC at Heasley Flying Service, Rosemead APT, CA Nov 23,1944
			1591 to RFC at Hybla Apt, VA Aug 20, 1944
			1592 to RFC Jan 19, 1945
			1593 to RFC Jan 21, 1945
			1594 sold to Defense Corp Dec 19, 1944
			1595 surveyed at Bowman Jun 1, 1943
			1596 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 23, 1944
			1597 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1598 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1599 sold at Patterson AF Jan 2, 1945. 
			1600 to RFC at Patterson AF, OH Oct 27, 1944
			1601 to RFC Aug 12, 1944
			1602 surveyed at Sedalia, MO Jun 15, 1943
			1603 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			1604 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			1605 to RFC at Aviation Country Club Apt, Hicksville, NY Jan 10, 1945
			1606 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 21,1 945
			1607 to RFC at Concord, CA Sep 19, 1944
			1608 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 6, 1945
			1609 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 5, 1944
			1610 to rFC at Hicks AF Aug 17, 1944
			1611 to RFC Sep 5, 1944
			1612 to RFC at Tinker AF Oct 12, 1944
			1613 to CAA Jul 12, 1943.  To RFC Jan 5, 1945
			1614 to RFC at Hicks AF Aug 27, 1944
			1615 to storage at Patterson AF, OH Nov 1944
			1616 to RFC at Dupont, DE Aug 31,1 944
			1617 to CAA Sep 10, 1944
			1618 to RFC Sep 28, 1944
			1619 to reclamation at Romulus AF Oct 19, 1945
			1620 to RFC at Hicks AF Sep 5, 1944
			1621 to RFC at Waco AF, TX Sep 5, 1944
			1622 to CL-26 at Waco AF Sep 1, 1944
			1623 to RFC at Hicks Field Sep 5, 1944
			1624 to RFC at Olmstead Field, PA Mar 15, 1945
			1625 to RFC at Hicks Field Sep 5, 1944
			1626 surveyed at Lawson Field Aug 13, 1943
			1627 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 10, 1944
			1628 surveyed at Bowman Field Oct 8, 1943
			1629 to RFC at Patterson AF Sep 27, 1944
			1630 to RFC at Patterson Field Sep 28, 1944
			1631 to CAA Oct 10, 1944
			1632 to CAA Nov 13, 1944
			1633 to RFC Nov 23, 1944
			1634 to CAA Oct 10, 1944
			1635 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
			1636 to CAA Jun 30, 1943
			1637 to CAA Oct 10, 1945
			1638 wrecked in force-landing at Nov 4, 1942 at Grand Forks, ND
			1639 to CAA Oct 10, 1944
			1640 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			1641 (MSN 5712) to CAA Oct 10, 1944.  Became N50253, then CF-XVG. Noted recently in
				Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta
			1642 to RFC at Hicks Field Sep 5, 1944
			1643 to CAA Oct 10, 1944
			1644 surveyed at Bowman AF Feb 4, 1944
			1645 to CAA Oct 10, 1944
			1646 to CAA Oct 10, 1944
			1647 surveyed at Bowman AF Jun 25, 1943
			1648 surveyed at Bowman AF Jan 29, 1944
			1649 surveyed at Bowman AF Oct 2, 1943
			1650 to RFC Aug 30, 1944
			1651 to RFC at Kansas City Aug 1, 1944
			1652 to RFC at Reno AB, NV Sep 4, 1944
			1653 to RFC Aug 21, 1944
			1654 wrecked Nov 24, 1942 at Stuttgart, AK
			1655 to RFC Aug 12, 1944
			1656 to RFC at Cincinatti MAP Aug 29, 1944
			1657 to CAA Jul 12, 1943
			1658 surveyed at Waco AF, TX Aug 4, 1943
			1659 to CAA Nov 23, 1944
			1660 to CAA Nov 23, 1944
			1661 to RFC Aug 19, 1944
			1662 surveyed at Bowman AAF Jun 2, 1943
			1663 to RFC at Topeka AF Dec 9, 1946
			1664 surveyed Nov 20, 1943
			1665 to RFC at Hicks Field, TX Sep 5, 1944
			1666 surveyed at Sedalia AF, MO Sep 24, 1943
			1667 to rFC Aug 12, 1944
			1668 to RFC at Kansas City Sep 1, 1944
			1669 surveyed at Bowman AF Jul 23, 1943
			1670 to RFC Aug 26, 1944
			1671 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 4, 1944
			1672 surveyed at Salina, KS Mar 1, 1944
			1673 surveyed at Bowman AF Feb 5, 1944
			1674 surveyed  at Vinta, OK Feb 23, 1944
			1675 to RFC at Patterson AF Sep 27, 1944
			1676 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 30, 1944
			1677 to RFC at Patterson AF, OH Sep 27, 1944
			1678 to RFC at Patterson AF, OH Sep 28, 1944
			1679 to CAA Jul 12, 1943
			1680 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 8, 1944
			1681 to CL-26 at Bowman AF, KY Jul 11, 1943
			1682 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 10, 1944
			1683 to RFC at Patterson AF, OH Sep 28, 1944
			1684 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 10, 1944
			1685 wrecked at Amarillo, TX Oct 23, 1942
			1686 to RFC at Robbins AF, GA Sep 23, 1944
			1687 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 10, 1944
			1688 to DPC at Hunterdon APT, NJ Nov 23, 1944
			1689 to RFC Aug 8, 1944
			1690 surveyed at DeRidder AB, LA Mar 20, 1943
			1691 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
			1692 to RFC at Reading, PA Oct 6, 1944
			1693 to reclamation at Laurinburg, NC Oct 3,1 944
			1694 to RFC at Stewart AF, TX Mar 21, 1945
			1695 surveyed at Bowman AF, KY Sep 18, 1943
			1696 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 22, 1944
			1697 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 10, 1944
			1698 wrecked at Columbia, SC due to high winds Dec 5, 1942
			1699 to RFC at Reno AB Sep 4, 1944
			1700 to RFC Aug 24, 1944
			1701 to RFC Apr 10, 1945
			1702 surveyed at Alanta ASC Aug 3, 1944
			1703 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 1, 1944
			1704 surveyed at Otis Field, MA Mar 2, 1943
			1705 to RFC Sep 28, 1944
			1706 to CL-26 at Harrisburg, PA Apr 20, 1944
			1707 to RFC at Sky Harbor Aug 24, 1944
			1708 to RFC Dec 5, 1944
			1710 to RFC Jan 19, 195
			1711 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
			1712 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 16, 1944
			1713 returned to USA SEp 2, 1944.  To RFC Oct 19, 1944
			1714 to RFC at Douglas AF, AZ Apr 26, 1945
			1715 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 30, 1944
			1717 to RFC Nov 2, 1944
			1718 surveyed at March Field, CA Oct 9, 1943
			1719 surveyed at Salanis AB, CA May 4, 1944
			1720 to RFC at Spokane, WA Oct 13, 1944
			1721 to RFC at Spokane, WA Oct 13, 1944
			1722 surveyed at Geiger Field Jul 18, 1943
			1723 crashed in canyon 5 mi W of Camp Williams, UT Jul 1, 1943.
			1724 to RFC at Spokane, WA Oct 13, 1944
			1725 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 29, 1944
			1726 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
			1727 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 29, 1944.
			1728 to RFC Aug 5, 1944
			1729 to RFC at Reading, PA Sep 19, 1944
			1730 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 10, 1944.
			1731 to RFC at Patterson Aug 23, 1944
			1732 to RFC at Patterson Aug 8, 1944
			1733 to RFC at Cincinaltti Feb 12, 1945
			1734 to RFC Feb 14, 1945
			1735 to RFC Mar 1, 1945
			1736 to RFC at Reading, PA Oct 6, 1944
			1737 to RFC Apr 21, 1944
			1738 surveyed Feb 26, 1944
			1739 condemned at New Orleans AAF, LA Apr 10, 1943
			1740 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 15, 1944
			1741 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 13, 1944.  Still flying in Brooksville, FL as N52350.
			1742 to RFC at Jefferson, MO Jan 29, 1945
			1743 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944
			1744 to RRC at Concord AAF, CA Oct 4, 1944
			1745 to RFC at Cincinatti Feb 8, 1945
			1746 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 22, 1944
			1747 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY Mar 2, 1944.
			1748 to RFC at Maxwell Field Feb 20, 1945.
			1749 wrecked at Spokane, WA Jul 21, 1943.
			1750 to RFC at Santa Maria, CA Mar 1945
			1751 to RFC at Rosemead, CA Sep 19, 1944
			1752 surveyed Jun 26, 1943
			1753 to RFC at Laurinburg Jan 23, 1945
			1754 to RFC at Hill Field, UT Aug 29, 1944
			1755 to RFC at Cimmarron Field, Yukon, OK Nov 23, 1944
			1756 to DPC at Brookley Field Feb 14, 1945
			1757 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 1944
			1758 to RFC at Dupont, DE Sep 28, 1944
			1759 on landing accident at Charleston AB SC Apr 16, 1943
			1760 to RFC at Laurinburg Jan 26, 1945
			1761 to RFC at Robbins Field Jan 26, 1943
			1762 to RFC at Omaha APt, NB Nov 25, 144
			1763 to RFC at Nashville, TN Oct 25, 1944
			1764 to RFC at Minter Field, CA Sep 30, 1944
			1765 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 1944
			1766 to rFC Apr 1, 1945
			1767 to RFC Jan 11, 1944
			1768 wrecked 5 mi ESE of Pendeleton, OR Apr 11, 1943.  Pilot killed
			1769 to RFC at Waco, TX Feb 17, 1945
			1770 wrecked at Alpena, MI Jun 23, 1943
			1771 to RFC at Patterson Field Sep 27, 1944
			1772 to RFC at Patterson Field Sep 1944
			1773 to RFC at Patterson Field Sep 27, 1944
			1774 to RFC Sep 2, 1944
			1775 to RFC at Patterson Field Sep 27, 1944
			1776 to RFC at Rosemead, CA Sep 19, 1944
			1777 to RFC at McClellan Field, CA Sep 1944
			1778 to RFC at Biggs Field Sep 1944
			1779 to RFC at Jacksonville, FL Nov 23, 1944
			1780 to RFC at Laurinburg, NC Feb 15, 1945
			1781 SOC Aug 25, 1947
			1782 to RFC Nov 23, 1944.
			1783 to reclamation at Luke Field, AZ Jan 29, 1946
			1784 surveyed Avon Park AF, FL May 27, 1943
			1785 to RFC Cincinatti, OH Oct 10, 1944
			1786 surveyed Jun 21, 1943
			1787/1826 Lend-Lease to Brazil Jan 1943 as FAB 3010/3049
			1827 to RFC at Tinker Field Sep 30, 1944
			1828 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943.  Crashed with 20 ADG HQ at Ain Oulmene, Algeria Nov 11, 1943.
			1829 to RFC at Santa Maria, CA Feb 26, 1945
			1830 to RFC Aug 10, 1944
			1831 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
			1832 to RFC Mar 1945
			1833 to Army Ground Forces Jan 21, 1943
			1834 to reclamation Chico AF, CA Dec 17, 1945
			1835 to RFC at McClellan Field Sep 23, 1944
			1836 to RFC at Olympia, WA Aug 29, 1944
			1837 to RFC at San Bernardino Aug 29, 1944
			1838 to RFC at Patterson Field Sep 27, 1944
			1839 to RFC at McClellan Field Sep 1944
			1840 wrecked in takeoff accident at Victorville AAF, CA Mar 18, 1943.
			1841 to RFC at Altus Oct 1944
			1842 sold Feb 21, 1946
			1843 condemned as salvage Mar 18,1945
			1844 to RFC at San Barnardino Aug 15, 1944
			1845 surveyed Mar 25, 1944
			1846 to RFC at Will Rogers Field Aug 29, 1944
			1847 to CAA Jan 5, 1944
			1848 to Army Ground Forces Jul 25, 1943.
			1849 condemned Sep 20, 1944
			1850 to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
			1851 to Salvage Jul 29, 1944
			1852 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943.  With 37th FS, 14th FG, damaged in forced landing 1 mi NE of San Severo, Italy
				Oct 4, 1944.
			1853 condemned Oct 25, 1945.
			1854 condemned Jun 22, 1945
			1855/1863 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1864 condemned Dec 26, 1943
			1865/1868 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1869 to reclamation at Laurinburg, NC Oct 21, 1944
			1870/1872 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1873 condemned Sep 9, 1944
			1874/1875 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1876 to Army Ground Forces Jul 25, 1943
			1877 to RFC at Laurinburg, NC May 8, 1945
			1878 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1879 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1880 to RFC at Laurinburg, NC Feb 7, 1945
			1881 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1882 to RFC at Laurinburg, NC Feb 1, 1945
			1884 to RFC at Laurinburg, NC Feb 1, 1945
			1884 to RFC at Houston, CT Sep 4, 1944
			1885 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1886 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1887 condemned Mar 22, 1943
			1888 to Army Ground Forces Jul 25, 1943
			1889 to RFC Aug 14, 1944
			1890 to RFC at Laurinburg May 8, 1945
			1891 to RFC Aug 14, 1944
			1892 to Army Ground Forces Jul 25, 1943
			1893 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1894 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1895 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1896 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 15, 1945
			1897 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 4, 1945
			1898 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22,1943
			1899 to War Assets Administration, Augustine Field, LA Oct 18, 1944.
			1900 to CL-26 at Ft Dix, NJ Jun 21, 1942.  To NJ Teacher's College, Montclair, NJ Feb 29, 1947
			1901 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 4, 1945
			1902 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 4, 1945
			1903 surveyed at Orlando AB, FL May 20, 1943
			1904 to RFC at Brownsville, TX Oct 20, 1944
			1905 to Army Ground Forces May 22, 1943
			1906 to RFC at Jackson, MS Feb 10, 1945
			1907 to Army Ground Forces Jul 25,1943
			1908 to reclamation at Laurinburg Jan 6, 1945
			1909 condemned Jul 25, 1943
			1910 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1911 to RFC at Point Gord Oct 23, 1944
			1912 to RFC at Orlando AB Dec 6, 1944
			1913 surveyed at Orlando AB, FL Jul 11,1 943
			1914 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 14, 1945
			1915 to reclamation at Laurinburg Jan 6, 1945
			1916 to RFC at Robbins Nov 20,1 944
			1917 to RFC at Robbins Oct 14, 1944
			1918 to RFC at Robbins Jul 5, 1945
			1919 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 4, 1945
			1920 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 4, 1945
			1921 condemned Sep 1,1943
			1922 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
			1923 (MSN 058B-8533) to RFC Oct 23, 1944.  Became N46536, then N58JR.
				Registered G-BRHP Aug 2, 1989.
			1924 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1925 to RFC at Muskogee, OK Oct 28, 1944
			1926 to RFC at Sky Harbor Aug 2, 1944
			1927 to RFC at Robbins AF Nov 21, 1944
			1928 to RFC as Laurinburg Feb 4, 1945
			1929 to rFC at Pope AF May 5, 19o45
			1930 surveyed at Dunnellon AAF, FL Nov 20, 1943
			1931 to RFC at Patterson Field, OH Sep 2, 1944
			1932 to RFC Jun 20, 1944
			1933 to RFC at Houston Sep 4, 1944
			1934 to RFC at Patterson AF Xep 27, 1944
			1935 to Army Ground Forces Apr 20, 1943
			1936 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 14, 1945
			1937 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1938 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
			1939 to RFC at St Petersburg, FL Oct 27, 1944
			1940 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1941 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1942 to RFC at Robbins AF, GA Oct 10, 1944
			1943 to RFC at Patterson Field, OH Aug 7, 1944
			1944 to RFC at Patterson Field, OH Sep 27, 1944
			1945 to RFC at Lansing, MI Aug 7, 1944
			1946 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1947 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
			1948 to RFC at Houston, TX Sep 4, 1944
			1949 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 15, 1945
			1950 to RFC at Laurinburg Feb 15, 1945
			1951 (MSN 058B-8823) to Army Ground Forces Apr 16, 1943.  Became N49880.
				Registered G-BRPR Oct 17, 1989.  Flies in USAAF colors
			1952 to RFC Mar 1945
			1953 to RFC at Laurinburg AAB, NC Feb 15, 1945
			1954 to RFC at Houston, TX Sep 4, 1944
			1955 to Army Ground Forces Apr 20, 1943
			1956 to Army Ground Forces Apr 16, 1943
			1957 to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
			1958 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
			1959 to RFC at Houston, TX Sep 4, 1944
			1960 to Army Ground Forces Apr 27, 1943
43-1961/1994	Douglas C-49J
			Civilian DC-3s taken over from various sources before delivery. All with military
				accommodation for 28 troopers as Model DC-3-454.
			1961 MSN 4996 (NEIAF, not delivered) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942.  USA only.  To RFC Apr 6, 1945
				To civil registry as NC12954 (Eastern Air Lines *386* lsd until bought Aug 31, 1949 - 
				Purdue Aeronautics sep 02, 1952 - North Central *27* Sep 09, 1953 to Mar 15, 1969 - 
				various owners/operators)
			1962 MSN 4987 (American Airlines NC14277, not delivered) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942.  USA only.
				To civil registry as NC30081 Trans Western Airlines *347* Jul 22, 1944 to Mar 31, 1953.
				Then N76B (Various owners, converted DC-3A) and HK-1212 (Cessnyca Ltda Mar 23, 1971 - WFU 
				Medelin 1975 - SADELCA 1977).  Noted DBR (bomb blast) Feb 08, 1982 but operated by
				Latina de Aviacion 1997 and current with Alfonso Andrade Polania, leased to Latina de Aviacion.
				Crashed Jun 21, 2004 as HK-1212 with Vias Aerea Columbianos (VIARCO) when developed
				engine trouble and made crash landing in wooded area.  Ten occupants sustained
				serious  injuries.  The plane was flying passengers
				out of Las Gaviotas, Oloumbia after another VIARCO flight stranded them there with
				engine trouble.
			1963 MSN 4988 (American Airlines NC14278, not delivered) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942.
				USA -- South Atlantic Wing ATC Oct 28, 1944.  To RFC at West Palm Beach Jul 12, 1945.
				To civil registry as NC44881 (TWA - Lsd to Chicago and Southern
				*C-35/City of Hot Springs* Aug 11, 1945 - Delta May 01, 1953), N51A, N59G 
				(Various owners/operators).
			1964 MSN 4989 (American Airlines NC14279, not del.) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - USA only. To civil 
				registry as NC38938 (Chicago and Southern *C-29/City of Detroit* Jun 29, 1944 -
				Delta Air Lines May 01, 1953), CF-HPM (Ayers Ltd, Lachute, PQ. Aug 13, 1954 - Canadian 
				Western Specialities, Langley, BC. Nov 07, 1971 -Atlantic Airlines, St John, NB.
				1974). DBR St John, NB. 1976.
			1965 MSN 4990 (American Airlines NC14280, not del.) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - USA only - 
				To RFC Jul 25, 1945.  To reclamation at Gore Field Apr 9, 1946
			1966 MSN 4991 (American Airlines NC14281, not del.) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - USA only 
				To RFC Mar 15, 1945.  To civil registry as NC26214 (TWA *333* Apr 08, 1945 - Wisconsin
				Central Feb 10, 1951 - North Central *15* Dec 17, 1952 - Houston Aviation Products, 
				Sep 1967 - University of Chattanooga Jul 1968 - University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
				TN. May 1969 - Air Enterprises Inc, Lantana, FL. Dec 1970 - Paul H Jones and Co, *Flagship
				North Caicos*
			1967 MSN 4992 (American Airlines NC14282, not del.) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - Panama Oct 10, 1943 - 
				USA Feb 29, 1944 - to TWA Apr 15, 1944 to Sep 9, 1944.  To civil registry as NC19939 (TWA 
				*348* Oct 18, 1944 to Jan 16, 1953), N75B, N85K (converted to DC-3A), N31113 and
				N85WE (various owners/operators). Cancelled Jul 1983.
			1968 MSN 4997 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF nov 07, 1942 - USA only - To RFC Apr 4, 1945
				To civil registry as NC18040 (TWA *334* lsd Apr 19, 1945 - Wien Alaska Airlines Oct 01, 1949
				to Jan 31, 1951), N8V, N4W , N4PG, N4800 (various owners/operators) and last HK-1517E 
				(TANA, 1975).  Crashed Aug 22, 1975, Ipiales, Narino, Colombia.
			1969 MSN 4993 (Braniff NC34970, not del.) to USAAF Nov 13, 1942 - Panama Oct 12, 1943 - USA Feb
				28, 1944 - To RFC Mar 5, 1945 - To civil registry as NC20750 (Delta Air Lines, lsd 1945. 
				W/o Nov 10, 1946 Meridian, MS.  Registered as HK-3350 (SAEP) 21 Jul 1987 (Probably part 
				of the fuselage only...) 
			1970 MSN 4994  (Braniff NC34971, not del.) to USAAF Nov 12, 1942.  Operated by Trans Western 
				Airlines Jan 4, 1943 to Sep 8, 1944.  To civil registry as NC19940 (TWA *365* Oct 20, 1944 
				to Aug 07, 1952), N78C, N78U (converted to DC-3A, various owners/operators). Cancelled 1970
			1971 MSN 4995 (Braniff NC34972, not del.) to USAAF Nov 14, 1942.  Surveyed at Gernier, NH 
				Aug 22, 1943
			1972 MSN 6313 (American Airlines NC14283, not del.) to USAAF Nov 14, 1942 - USA only -  
				To RFC at Augusta, GA Mar 12, 1946.  To civil registry as NC88871 (Eastern Air Lines *370*, 
				lsd until bought Aug 31, 1949 to Apr 08, 1952 - Various owners/operators).  Fuselage stored Chino, CA.
				May 1981.
			1973 MSN 6314 (American Airlines NC14922, not del.) to USAAF Nov 14, 1942 - USA only .  
				To RFC Apr 27, 1945.  To civil registry as NC44792 (Eastern Air Lines *388*, lsd until 
				bought Aug 31, 1949 to Oct 07, 1952), N792G and N165LG (various owners/operators).
				On display inside New England Air Museum with registration N165LG
				displayed.
			1974 MSN 4998 (NEI.AF, not del) to USAAF Nov 16, 1942 - USA only.   To RFC Apr 20, 1945.
				To civil registry as NC12927 (Chicago and Southern *33* Apr 27, 1945 - Delta May 01, 1953 to
				1954), N82B, N20S, N28C (converted to DC-3A), C-GGCA (Capital Air Surveys Ltd, Killaloe, 
				ONT May 29, 1975 - Northway Air Surveys, Jul 1975) and N9025R (Waggoner Aircraft Inc,
				Bethany, OK. Dec 08, 1978. Dbr Jan 10, 1979 nr Southbay, FL. Wing to Ft Lauderdale, FL. for
				assembly on the fuselage of MSN 11778
			1975 MSN 6315 (American Airlines, not del.) to USAAF Nov 18, 1942 - USA only.  To civil registry 
				as NC30083 (Chicago and Southern 'City of Littlerock/C-30' Jun 18, 1944 -
				Delta - Chicago and Southern May 01, 1953 to Aug 1954), N41N, N412P, N2989, N2988 (various 
				owners/operators, including Westernair of Albuquerque, NM. Jan 1968 to Jan 1969), XC-FAB 
				(Comision Federal de Electricidad Feb 14, 1969), N87745 (Westernair of Albuquerque,
				NM. Feb 1975).  Stored at Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008. Seen at Alliance Air Show 2011, belongs
				to Southern Cross Museum, at Meacham Airport, Texas.
			1976 MSN 6316 (American Airlines NC25663, not del) to USAAF Nov 20, 1942 - USA only - Operated by
				TWA Jul 27, 1943 to Sep 13, 1943 - Surveyed Romulus, MI. Dec 18, 1944.
			1977 MSN 6317 (American Airlines, not del.) to USAAF Nov 19, 1942 - USA only - To RFC Jan 24, 1945-
				To civil registry as NC31538 (Chicago and Southern *C-31* Feb 08, 1945 - Delta-C and S 
				May 01, 1953 - Lsd by Capital Airlines 1955 - Mercer Enterprises Feb 01, 1966). Cancelled 1976.
			1978 MSN 6318 (American Airlines, not del.) to USAAF Nov 21, 1942 - Panama Oct 12, 1943 - USA Feb
				22, 1944.  To RFC Mar 24, 1945.  To civil registry as NC19930 (Lst to Chicago and Southern - 
				Lsd to United Air Lines *District of Colombia* Jun 12, 1945, renamed *Chicago*
				Apr 1946, baught Aug 01, 1949 to Jun 07, 1955 - Various owners/operators), N403JB,
				N403UB and N600HA.
			1979 MSN 4999 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF oct 05, 1942 - USA only - to RFC Mar 08, 1945. 
				To civil registry as NC17109 (United Air Lines *Cleveland* lsd Jul 26, 1945,
				bought Apr 01, 1949.  Crashed Dec 04, 1951 Stapleton Airport, Denver, CO.
			1980 MSN 6263 (Chicago and Southern NC33679, not del.) to USAAF dec 05, 1942 - Caribbean Wing
				ATC may 01, 1943 - USA jun 17, 1943 - 10th TU Rosecran Field, MA. aug 30, 1943.  Crashed 
				Sep 5, 1945, Wathena, KS.
			1981 MSN 6264 (Chicago and Southern NC33680, not del.) to USAAF dec 10, 1942 - USA only. To civil
				registry as NC30079 (Trans Western Airlines Jun 22, 1944 - Beldex Corp dec 22, 1952), N79 (Fleetways Inc
				dec 15, 1952). Cancelled 1953.
			1982 MSN 5000 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF dec 17, 1942 - Panama oct 12, 1943.  Condemned 
				Jan 4, 1944
			1983 MSN 6259 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF dec 22, 1942. To civil registry as NC28346 (Delta 
				Airlines *46* Jun 28, 1944 - Executive Air Transport Inc 1961 - Altair Charter Flights, 
				Summerfield, IL. - Various owners/operators), VQ-LAX (Santa Lucia Airways, Mar 1974), 
				N28346 (E R Phelps III, St Louis, MO 1975), VQ-LAX (Santa Lucia Airways Feb 24, 1977), 
				N28346 (T G Fields, Springfield, MO. Jun 1977, lsd to Santa Lucia Airways until sold to Aero
				Virgin Islands Corp, St Thomas, VI. Dec 06, 1978). Wfu
			1984 MSN 6260 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF dec 22, 1942 - USA only -  To RFC Jun 21, 1944.
				To civil registry as NC44993 (Pennsylvania Central Oct 25, 1945 - Capital
				*Cheyboygan/228C* Apr 21, 1948., w/o Charleston, WV. Aug 26, 1959). To R W Duff, Miami, 
				FL. Jul 01, 1964 for rebuilt, then lsd to Aerovias Quisqueyanas. Later sold to Kwin Air (1975),
				then Nova University, Ft Lauderdale, FL. (1975). Rr N133AC (various owners/operators). 
				Crashed Dec 11, 1978 nr Pt Mayaca, FL. when smuggling marijuana
			1985 MSN 6261 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF Dec 31, 1942 - USA only.  To RFC Apr 21, 1945.
				To civil registry as CF-TDJ (TCA *57* then *357* May 21, 1945 - Goodyear Tire and Rubber
				Co/Goodyear Canada Ltd Oct 04, 1948).  Preserved in flying condition, (C-FTDJ since 
				Feb 09, 1984) National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, ONT.
			1986 MSN 6342 (Delta Air Lines NC30045, not del.) to USAAF Dec 31, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC 
				jun 11, 1944 - USA Aug 19, 1944.  To RFC Feb 12, 1945.  To civil registry as NC15567 (DPC - 
				Lsd to Eastern *382* until bought Aug 31, 1949), N12F, N12FL, N211TA (Various owners/operators)
			1987 MSN 6262 (NEI.AF, not del.) to USAAF Dec 31, 1942 - USA only.  To RFC Apr 9, 1945.
				To civil registry as NC12926 (Chicago and Southern *City of Evansville/C-36* Aug 30, 1945 - 
				Converted to DC-3A - Delta- C and S May 01, 1953 to 1955). Then N43M and N189UM (University 
				of Minnesota 1967 - Various Owners/operators). Crashed Apr 07, 1978 Algiers-Dar El Beida, 
				Algeria. 
			1988 MSN 6343 (Delta Air Lines NC30046, not del.) to USAAF Jan 06, 1943 - Panama Oct 13, 1943 - 
				USA feb 28, 1944 - Operated by Inland Airlines 1943/1944.  To RFC Mar 17, 1945.
				To civil registry as CF-TDL (TCA *59* may 21, 1945, later *359* - Gulf Aviation Ltd 
				nov 26, 1948 - Rimouski Airlines, changed to Quebecair aug 14, 1953).  To N37F
				(oct 24, 1954, various owners/operators), N76LP (for lease to Libertarian Party 1975) 
				and N37FL.
			1989 MSN 6344 (Delta Air Lines NC30047, not del.) to USAAF Jan 08, 1943.  Crashed Feb 23, 1943, 
				15 mi NW of Colorado Springs, CO.
			1990 MSN 6319 (American Airlines NC30050, not del.) to USAAF Jan 05, 1943 - Alaska Wing ATC May 29,
				1943 - USA Oct 20, 1943.  To RFC Mar 5, 1945.  To civil registry as CF-TDK (TCA *58* 
				Jun 08, 1945, later *358* - Rimouski Airlines Oct 27, 1948 - Gulf Aviation Jan 18, 1949 -
				Quebecair Aug 14, 1953), N40F (Remmert Werner Mar 1, 1955), CF-ICF (ntu), CF-ORD (Ford 
				Motors of Canada Mar 30, 1955 to Sep 10, 1958), CF-RBC (registration for Royal Bank
				of Canada, Oct 17, 1958), CF-CBL and CF-PQE (Dept of Transportation and Communic., Govnmt of
				 Quebec, Nov 20, 1962). Wfu.
			1991 MSN 6320 (American Airlines NC30052, not del.) to USAAF jan 08, 1943 - USA only.  To RFC 
				Feb 2, 1945. To civil registry as NC15570 (Eastern Air Lines *383*, lsd until bought 
				Aug 31, 1949 - Glenn L Martin Co. Jun 06, 1952 - California Central Airlines - Southwest 
				Airlines - Pacific Airlines *12* Mar 06, 1958 - Air Oasis, LB, CA. - Various - Mineral 
				County Airlines - Hawthorne Nevada 1966). Crashed Feb 18, 1969, Sierra Nevada, CA.
			1992 MSN 6321 (American Airlines NC28359, not del.) to USAAF Jan 13, 1943 - USA only - 
				Operated by Chicago and Southern Jan 24, 1943.  To RFC Mar 31, 1945.  To civil registry 
				as NC12923 (American Airlines *Peoria/23* lsd Apr 27, 1945 until sold to Wien Alaska Airlines 
				Sep 09, 1947), YV-C-AVF (Avensa Nov 04, 1948 to 1972). No later report.
			1993 MSN 6322 (American Airlines NC33662, not del.) to USAAF Jan 14, 1943.
				To civil registry as NC33347 (Delta Air Lines Oct 19, 1944 - H H Hill May 24, 1958, lsd 
				then sold to North Central Airlines *40* - Galaxy Airlines Nov 29, 1968, probably
				operated from Apr 1968 to 1970). Various owners until sold as HI-221
				to Aerovias Quisqueyanas, Sep 1973.  Wfu oct 1975, noted derelict Santo Domingo Oct 1979 
				and Apr 1982
			1994 MSN 6323 (American Airlines NC34969, not del.) to USAAF Jan 30, 1943 - USA only - 
				To RFC Jan 24, 1945. To civil registry as (DC-3C) NC18916 (Eastern Air Lines *381*, lsd 
				Mar 24, 1945 until baught Aug 31, 1949 - Various owners/operators including Trans Southern 
				Corp 1970/1971, Air Trans International, Oct 1972 - Shorter Airways nov 1975 - Mar Caribe 
				Flying Service, Santurce, PR. Jun 1977). Since Aug 1980 operated by Borinquen Air/ Air Puerto
				Rico, registered N28PR May 1983 (current)
43-1995/2017	Douglas C-49K
			Civilian DC-3s taken over from the airlines on the production line. All delivered with full 
				military accomodation as 28 seats troopers (Douglas Model DC-3-455). 
			1995 MSN 4982 (TWA NC34973, not del.) to USAAF Oct 21, 1942 - Alaska Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - USA
				Oct 20, 1943 - North Atlantic Wing ATC Nov 30, 1944, operated by TWA. To RFC Jul 7, 1945.
				To civil registry as NC15773 (Eastern Air Lines, lsd until bought Aug 31, 1949 to
				Dec 30, 1952- North Central Airlines *28* Aug 31, 1953 - Page Airways Dec 31, 1964 - Various - 
				Central Cargo Inc, San Juan, PR Jan 1974). WFU 1975.
			1996 MSN 4983 (TWA NC34974, not del.) to USAAF Oct 20, 1942 - Operated by Mid Continent Airlines 
				Aug 30, 1943 - To RFC apr 20, 1945.  To civil registry as NC12978 (Eastern Air Lines
				*387* lsd until bought aug 31, 1949 to Sep 15, 1952 - North Central Airlines *23* apr 02, 1953 - 
				Page Airways Dec 31, 1964 - Air Carrier Lease and Sales Inc, Hialeah, FL 1967). DBF 1970, 
				derelict Opa Locka, FL. Sep 1970.
			1997 MSN 4984 (TWA NC34975, not del.) to USAAF Oct 20, 1942 - USA only - To RFC Jun 28, 1945 -
				To civil registry as NC20751 (Delta Air Lines *51* Oct 6, 1945 to Mar 31, 1963 - Various 
				owners/operators), then N207U. Cancelled 1970.
			1998 MSN 4985 (TWA NC34976, not del.) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 - Operated by Continental Airlines 
				Aug 30, 1943 - North Atlantic Wing ATC Oct 17, 1943 - Panama Nov 20, 1943.  To RFC Jan 24, 1945.
				To civil registry as NC19134 ( Eastern Air Lines *379* lsd until bought
				aug 31, 1949 - Curtiss Wright Co May 19, 1952) then N7502A ( Various owners/operators, including 
				Mideastern Airways 1964 - Skyway Association Corp, Rochester, NY. 1965 - Caribbean Helicopters 
				and Aeroborne Enterprises Inc, Opa Locka, FL. 1967). Cancelled 1970
			1999 MSN 4986 (TWA NC34977, not del.) to USAAF Oct 22, 1942 - USA only - To RFC Jun 21, 1945. 
				To civil registry as NC44897 (TWA *338* Jun 27, 1945 to Apr 30, 1952), N23D, N230D after
				conversion to DC-3A (Various owners/operators including Academy Airlines, Griffin, GA. 1974 - 
				Air Go Inc, operated for Air Commuter Express, Warrentown, NC. 1975
				and under Air Go colors mar 1977), N19BA (Bo-S-Aire apr 28, 1980), N32MS (Piedmont Air 
				Cargo 1997) and N19BA (Roblex Aviation). Wrecked into La Terrecella laguna Apr 04,
				after engine failure during a touch-and-go (training flight), San Juan, PR.
			2000 MSN 6325 (American Airlines NC34978, not del.) to USAAF nov 28, 1942 - Caribbean Wing 
				ATC may 29, 1943 - USA jun 17, 1943 - To RFC May 29, 1943.  To civil registry as 
				NC19193 (DPC, lsd to Eastern Air Lines *380* until bought Aug 31, 1949 - Frontier Airlines 
				Aug 18, 1952 - Southern Airways Feb 05, 1953 - Zantop - Capitol Airlines), N49F, N48UC, 
				N486C (Various owners/operators).  Registered to Baron Aviation Services,
				Vichy, MO. Jun 14, 1974, current.
			2001 MSN 6326 (TWA NC34979, not del.) to USAAF nov 25, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC may 29, 1943 - 
				USA Jun 17, 1943 - To RFC Feb 08, 1945.  To civil registry as NC18196 (DPC, lst to Eastern 
				Air Lines *384* until bought Aug 31, 1949 to Apr 23, 1952 - North Central
				Airlines *20* Feb 3, 1953 - Various owners/operators - Shamrock Airlines, Bethany, OK. (OK) - 
				Dallas Aero Services inc, Dallas, TX. 1968 - Gibraltar Southwest Airlines Inc, Hurst, TX. 
				sep 02, 1969 - U-Fly Air Freighters Inc, Fort Worth, TX. 1973 - Empire Airlines, Ft 
				Lauderdale, FL. - DC-3 Inc, Ft Lauderdale, FL. , lsd to Shorter Airlines Jul 29, 1975 to 
				May 26, 1976 - Argosy Airlines from 1976 to Jun 1979, lsd to Mackey Airlines Dec 1976 - 
				Various owners/operators).
			2002 MSN 6327 (TWA NC34980, not del.) to USAAF Nov 28, 1942 - South Atlantic Wing ATC May 29, 1943
				To RFC at Augusta May 12, 1945.  sold to Sabena (Congo) Jan 14, 1946 as OO-CBA. Crashed 
				Gao, Mali Jul 24, 1951. 
			2003 MSN 6328 (TWA NC34981, not del.) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - USA only - To RFC Mar 12, 1945.
				To civil registry as NC17882 (Chicago and Southern *C-32/City of Fort Wayne* Mar 17, 1945 - 
				Delta - C and S May 01, 1953), N86B, N35F (Various owners/operators), N44AF (sale reported 1975, 
				currently as such on USCAR !)
			2004 MSN 6329 (TWA NC34982, not del.) to USAAF Dec 3, 1942. Crashed Feb 6, 1943 76 mi SW of Ft Nelson, BC.
				 Condemned Minneapolis, MN Mar 2, 1945
			2005 MSN 6330 (TWA NC34983, not del.) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC May 29, 1943 -
				To RFC May 27, 1945.  To civil registry as NC45333 (Northwest Airlines, lsd to California 
				Central Airlines, returned May 03, 1952), CC-CBM (CINTA May 10, 1956 - LADECO Nov 1958). 
				Crashed Mt Emperador Guillermo, Chile, Apr 08, 1968.
			2006 MSN 6331 (Eastern Air Lines NC30029, not del.) to USAAF Dec 10, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC 
				May 29, 1943. To civil registry as NC38940 (TWA *544* May 17, 1944 - Associated Air Transport 
				Feb 10, 1953), N94C, N777N, N777NA (Various owners/operators). Derelict at San Juan, PR. 
			2007 MSN 6332 (Eastern Air Lines NC30050, not del.) to USAAF Dec 14, 1942 - Alaska Wing ATC 
				Mar 06, 1944. To civil registry as NC38941 (TWA *345* May 17, 1944 - Wisconsin Central 
				Airlines Feb 27, 1951 - North Central Airlines *12/Rib Mount* Dec 16, 1952 - Various 
				owners/operators).  While in Texas for conversion to charter configuration in 1987,
				was destroyed on the ground by a tornado.
			2008 MSN 6333 (TWA NC30031, not del.) to USAAF Dec 14, 1942 - USA only.  To civil registry as 
				NC19941 (TWA *349* Oct 19, 1944 - Kirk Kerkorian, operated with Los Angeles Air Service 
				Oct 02, 1952 - Regina Cargo Airlines - American Aeronautics Corp). Crashed Sep 01, 1953 
				nr Vail, WA. (Regina colors).
			2009 MSN 6334 (Eastern Air Lines NC30032, not del.) to USAF Dec 17, 1942.  Crashed Feb 20, 1945, 
				Long Beach, CA.
			2010 MSN 6335 (Eastern Air Lines NC30033, not del.) to USAAF Dec 19, 1942 - North Atlantic Wing 
				ATC Oct 10, 1943 - To USA Feb 28, 1944 - To RFC Mar 31, 1945 - To civil registry as 
				NC12935 (DPC, lsd to Northwest Airlines *335* May 1945 to Sep 1949 - California
				Central Oct 08, 1950 - Northwest Airlines *350* Oct 08, 1951), N148D (Ozark Sep 03, 1958 to
				Dec 15, 1966 - Various owners/operators, with Pinehurst Airlines Feb 01, 1976 to Oct 31, 1980 
				and Feb 16, 1981 to Jul 21, 1981)
			2011 MSN 6336 (Eastern Air Lines NC30034, not del.) to USAAF Dec 21, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC 
				May 29, 1943 - USA Jul 17, 1943 - To RFC Mar 17, 1945.  To civil registry as NC16055 (Delta 
				Airlines Jan 22, 1946 to Jun 30, 1962 - Various owners/operators), N821C. Cancelled 1970.
			2012 MSN 6324 (American Airlines NC28388, not del) to USAAF Jan 23, 1943 - USA only -
				To RFC Mar 31, 1945.  To civil registry as NC45373 (DPC, lsd to Pennsylvania Central Aug 20,
				1945, later Capital *Patrick Henry*/231B Apr 01, 1946 until bought Aug 1, 1949 - 
				United Jun 01, 1961), N2DD and N203ZZ (Various owners/operators, lsd to Bahamas Airways), 
				then HI-115 (Aerovias Quisqueyanas). WFU
			2013 MSN 6337 (Eastern Air Lines NC30035, not del.) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943 - Operated by Inland
				Airlines 1943/1944 - Alaska Wing ATC Mar 06, 1944 - USA Mar 22, 1944 - To RFC Mar 12, 1945 -
				To civil registry as NC17885 (DPC, lsd to United May 1946 to Aug 15, 1949), NC17885 (Delta 
				Airlines *48* - North Central *36* Jun 3, 1957 - Various owners/operators).
				WFU.  An article in a 1990 edition of 'FlyPast' magazine also associates 
				registration N15748 with this aircraft, registered to Boeing Museum of Flight Foundation.
			2014 MSN 6338 (Eastern Air Lines NC30036, not del.) to USAAF Feb 11, 1943 - Pacific Wing ATC
				Dec 16, 1944 - USA Feb 25, 1945 - To RFC Apr 06, 1945.  To civil registry as NC12945 (DCP, lsd 
				to Eastern Air Lines *385* until bought Aug 31, 1949 to May 06, 1952), N77D, N7222 and 
				N7772 (Various owners/operators). Now on display at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI painted 
				as 223835.  
			2015 MSN 6339 (Eastern Air Lines NC30037, not del.) to USAAF Feb 04, 1943 - Alaska Wing ATC Feb 22,
				1944 - To RFC Apr 12, 1945 - To Canadair Ltd for sale to Sabena (Congo), delivered Dec 20, 1945,
				registered OO-CBB Feb 07, 1946. Converted to DC-3A Sep 1, 1958. Lsd to Air Katanga 1960, 
				returned to Belgium Apr 24, 1961.  Lsd to Air Congo Aug 2, 1963 as 9O-CBB, changed to 9Q-CBB 
				and sold Dec 31, 1963.  Damaged Apr 18, 1964 Kasongo Apt, sold to Zaire AF as
				9T-PKR. No later report.
			2016 MSN 6340 (Eastern Air Lines NC30038, not del.) to USAAF Feb 06, 1943 - North Atlantic Wing 
				ATC Oct 17, 1943 - To RFC Apr 5, 1945 - To civil registry as NC12958 (Chicago and
				Southern *C34* May 01, 1945 - Delta-C and S May 01, 1953), N38N, N388N, N456LF, N456L, N456D 
				(Various owners/operators), cancelled Jul 1983. 
			2017 MSN 6341 (Eastern Air Lines NC30039, not del.) to USAAF Feb 18, 1943 - USA only
				To RFC Jan 13, 1947.  To civil registry as NC4425N (Ferry registration?), then 
				ZS-BWY (Mercury Air Services *City of Durban* Oct 28, 1947. Crashed at Vrede, South Africa 
				May 15, 1948.
43-2018/2021	Douglas C-53C
			DC-3s intended for the airlines impressed off the production
			line by USAAF.
			2018 MSN 4964 ex NC33685.  To RFC at Augusta Sep 5, 1945.  To Lake Central Airlines
				as N45335.  Destroyed in hangar fire Nov 1, 1963.
			2019 MSN 4965 ex NC33686.  To RFC Dec 21, 1944.  To Lake Central Airlines as N21914.
				To N33MW
			2020 MSN 4966 ex NC33687.  Damaged Feb 29, 1944 ground accident at Mullaghmore, N. Eire.  To reclamation Jun 9, 1948
			2021 MSN 4967 ex NC33688.  Condemned after crash Sep 6, 1945
43-2022/2034	Douglas C-53C
			Aircraft ordered by the airlines but taken over by the USAAF while under construction.
			2022 MSN 4978 ex NC30025.  Became NC3315, then N89SA, then N894A, then N32MS.  Currently at
				Wings of Liberation, Best, Holland painted as 2100847.
			2023 MSN 4979 ex NC30026.  To RFC Oct 8, 1945.  Aa N56NA, preserved at Musee Europeen de l'AViation de Chasse at
				Montelimar, France
			2024 MSN 4980 ex NC30027.  To RFC Apr 13, 1945.  In 1976 was with Sudamericana, La Paz, Bolivia as CP-529
			2025 MSN 4969 ex NC33690.  To Navy Nov 5, 1942 as R4D-3 06998.
			2026 MSN 4970 ex NC33691.  To Navy Nov 5, 1942 as R4D-3 06999.
			2027 MSN 4971 ex NC33692.  To RFC at South Plains, TX Jan 12, 1945 .
				By 1953 was TC-ABA of Devlet Hava Yollari
			2028 MSN 4972 ex NC33693.  Condemned due to crash Feb 28, 1943
			2029 MSN 4973 ex NC33694.  Condemned to salvage afer crash Dec 31, 1945
			2030 MSN 4974 ex NC33695.  Diverted to British ADO Sep 17, 1945
			2031 MSN 4975 ex NC33696.  To RFC at Augusta Sep 23, 1945.  To Frontier Airlines as N86596.
			2032 MSN 4976 ex NC33697.  To RFC at Augusta, GA Aug 25, 1945.  To NC45340
			2033 MSN 6346 ex NC34953.  To Aero O/Y (later Finnair) as OH-LCH Jun 3, 1948.  To Finnish AF as DO-11 1970. 
				To Airveteran as OH-LCH 1985
			2034 MSN 6347 ex NC34954.  W/o Sep 2, 1944 RAF Valley, Wales in ground loop accident.  Condemned Oct 10, 1944.
43-2035/2063	Lockheed P-38F-13-LO Lightning
			MSN 322-3144/3172
			2035 used in dummy torpedo drop tests at Muroc AAB Dec 1942.
			2055 crashed Aug 27, 1944
43-2064/2184	Lockheed P-38F-15-LO Lightning
			MSN 322-3173/3293
			2066 crashed in forced landing at Langford Lodge, UK Dec 11, 1942.
			2078 crashed at Goxhill, England Dec 29, 1942
			2086 (82nd FG, 95th FS, "Lucini") crashlanded at San Pancrazio, Italy
				Oct 9, 1943.
			2087 crashed on landing at Warton Nov 26, 1942.
			2092 (1st FG, 94th FS) hit telephone pole Jan 20, 1943 during strafing, shearing port propeller which hit 
				gunbay access panel and pole bent port wing backseveral degrees.  Pilot flew
				the plane back to Biskra, Algeria and landed safely.
			2098 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 8th AF) belly landed on beach near Ballyvaughan, Ireland afer being damaged in combat
				with a Ju 88 en route to North Africa Dec 23, 1942.  Pilot survived
				Parts of aircraft salvaged, then the remainder destroyed.
			2099 (1st FG, 94th FS) crashed on landing at Chateaudun, Algeria Apr 19, 1943
			2102 (82nd FG 97th FS) written off May 24, 1944 in a landing accident at Cupella airstrip,
                        Italy.  Pilot survived.
			2105 (82nd FG) crashed on takeoff at Towyn Dec 16, 1942, and presumably
				repaired since reported to have turned back and crashed in Greece Oct 14, 1943.
				with 82nd FG, 95th FS.  Pilot killed.   
			2119 (82nd FG, 95th FS) destroyed in crashlanding at Lecce, Italy Nov 5, 1943
			2122 (1st FG, 94th FS) collided in midair with P-38G 43-2450 and
				crashed 3 mi E of Randazzo, Sicily Jul 15, 1943.  MACR 338.  Pilot KIA
			2123 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Werner Dittmann of JG 27/10 
				Jan 24, 1944 30 mi NE of Skoplje, Yugoslavia.  MACR 2040.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			2125 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 15 mi N of Naples, Italy Aug 20, 1943.
				MACR 423.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  Pilot escaped and returned
				in 1944.
			2126 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Italy Feb 10, 1944.  Pilot
				survived but aircraft was destroyed.
			2148 crashed near Albufeira, PortugalJan 26, 1943.  Pilot killed.
			2151 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bulgarian Bf 109G flown by
				Nikola Nachev of 1/6 Orlyak 6 mi S of Sofia, Bulgaria Dec 20, 1943.  
				MACR 1600.  Pilot POW.
			2153 (82nd FG, 96th FS, 12th AF) collided in midair with Bf 109G-6 near Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.
				MACR 575.  Pilot KIA.
			2155 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by AAA near Dittiano, Italy Sep 9, 1943.
				MACR 698.  Pilot POW.
			2165 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 53 near Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.
				MACR 576.  Pilot POW.
			2167 (78th FG, 83rd FS) crashed on takeoff at Prestwick, UK Jan 23, 1943
			2180 (14th FG, 48th FS) went down near Belgrade, Yugoslavia Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3704
			2181 to N5101N in 1947.  Race #88 "The Flying Shamrock".  Inflight fire and crashed near Winslow, Arizona Aug 30, 1947.
			2183 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Hergbert Kutscha of JG 3/12 at Sarno, Italy Aug 20, 1943.
				MACR 437.  Pilot POW.
			2184 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by AAA over Greece Nov 15, 1943.  MACR 1306.  Pilot KIA.
43-2185/2358	Lockheed P-38G-13-LO Lightning
			MSN 322-3294/3467
			2194 (49th FG, 9th FS) wrecked in taxiing accident at Laloki Field, New
				Guinea Feb 20, 1943
			2196 (49th FG, 9th FS) crashed on takeoff due to engine failure at
				Horanda, New Guinea Oct 10, 1943
			2199 (49th FG, 9th FS) wrecked in taxiing accident at Horanda, New
				Guinea Jun 12, 1943.  Repaired.  Shot down by enemy A6M2 fighter over St George's Channel near
				Rabaul, Papua New Guinea Nov 7, 1943.  MACR 1075.  Pilot killed.
			2200 (35th FG, 39th FS) crashed on landing at Schwimmer Field, New Guinea
				Aug 7, 1943
			2201 (8th FG, 80th FS) crashed into sea off Paga Point, NEw Guinea Aug 20,1943.
				Pilot killed.
			2202 (8th FG, 80th FS) crashed on takeoff at Garbutt Field, Mareeba
				QLD, Australia Mar 2, 1943
			2203 (8th FG, 80th FS) shot down near Rabaul, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943.
				MACR 1178.  Pilot KIA.  Wreck found in 1986
			2204 (475th FG, 431st FS) lost near Aisega, New Britain Dec 28, 1943.  MACR 1502.
			2205 (8th FG, 80th FS) crashed on takeoff at Kila Aerodrome, New Guinea
				Apr 21, 1943
			2206 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost in Solomon Islands Jul 17, 1943.  MACR 83
			2208 (49th FG, 9th FS) both engines failed on takeoff, bellylanded
				and burned out at Horanda, New Guinea Oct 8, 1943.  Pilot exited
				safely.
			2209 (8th FG, 80th FS) crashed on takeoff at Kila Aerodrome, New Guinea
				May 2, 1943.
			2215 (49th FG, 9th FS) ran out of fuel and bellylanded on beach at
				Heuva, New Guinea Feb 20, 1943
			2217 (49th FG, 9th FS) crashed on takeoff at Dobodura, New Guinea
				Apr 7, 1943.
			2218 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost Apr 29, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 613
			2221 (35th FG, 39th FS) crashlanded 7 mi from Jackson Field, New Guinea
				Jul 26, 1943.
			2234 crashed 2.5 mi E of Yelm, WA Nov 15, 1943.  Pilot killed
			2264 participated in Admiral Yamamoto shootdown Apr 18, 1943.  Crashlanded at Kukum, Guadalacanal, South Pacific Apr 1943. w/o and
				scavenged for parts..
			2267 (339th FS, 18th FG) lost Jul 3, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 38
			2269 (49th FG, 9th FS) crashed at Horanda Aerodrome, New Guinea
				Jun 2, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
			2271 (49th FG, 9th FS, 5th AF) missing near Cape Ward Hunt, Papua New Guinea
				Jul 10, 1943.  MACR 15081.  Pilot missing.
			2277 (339th FS, 18th FG) lost Jul 3, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 39 and 198
			2278 condemned missing non cobat Oct 20, 1943.  May be the plane that
				landed in error at Capoterra, Italy Jun 12, 1943 and was captured by Italian
				Air Force and flown by Col Angelo Tondi to shoot at two B-17s
				(42-30093 and 42-30307).
			2283 (329th FG, 330th FS) crashed on landing 12 mi W of Stockton, CA
				Jan 1, 1943.  Pilot killed.
			2284 (49th FG, 9th FS) crashed on takeoff due to mechanical failure at
				Dobodura, New Guinea May 13, 1943
			2286 (35th FG, 39th FS) crashed into sea off Schwimmer Field, New Guinea
				May 10, 1943.  Pilot survived.
			2287 (49th FG, 9th FS) wrecked Jun 8, 1943 at Horando in wheels-up landing.  
				Pilot was Thomas B. McGuire.
			2288 (8th FG, 80th FS) bellylanded at Horanda, New Guinea May 14, 1943
			2292 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost May 13, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 612
			2300 (8th FG, 80th FS) missing in the Wau-Bulolo area, New Guinea Jul 16, 1943.
				Pilot missing.
			2313 (343rd FG, 54th FS) crashed at Kiska Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska May 1, 1943.  Pilot killed.
			2315 (14th FG, 49th FS) turned back and crashed into Mediterranean Sea
				off Italy Nov 9, 1943.  MACR 1182.  Pilot KIA.
			2318 (82nd FG, 96th FS) crashed on landing at Gerbini, Italy Sep 8, 1943.
				Pilot survived.
			2323 crashed S of Olympia AAB Sep 9, 1943.  Pilot killed.
			2326 (82nd FG, 97th FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV, caught fire and abandoned near
				Castellammaire di Stabia, Itlay Aug 20, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 438
			2327 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy Aug 28, 1943.
				MACR 501.  Pilot POW.
			2330 w/o in crash 5 mi SSW of Peschich, Italy Oct 23, 1944.
			2332 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 27 over Greece
				and ditched near Cape Kefali, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  Pilot evaded.
			2333 (14th FG, 48th FS) damaged by a Me-109G-6 of JG 77/II. and later crashed into sea 10 mi S of Porto Empedocle, 
				Sicily, Italy Jul 12, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 70. 
			2338 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed 4 mi N of Foggia airfield, Italy due to engine failure Jun 16, 1944.
				Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
			2343 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed 50 mi NW of Belgrade, Yugoslavia Apr 17, 1944 while on escort mission due to
				engine failure.  MACR 4036.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			2348 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by Bf 109G of JG 53/III near Sicily, Itlay May 18, 1943.  Pilot POW
			2352 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) hit by AAA while strafing train at Karlovac, Yugoslavia and crashed off
				SE coast of Sitba Island, Yugoslavia  May 29, 1944.  MACR 5406.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			2353 (97th FSW, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Sterparone airfield, Foggia, Italy May 17, 1944.
				Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
			2354 (82nd FG, 97th FS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/IV near Bar,
				Yugoslavia Oct 25, 1943.  MACR 1011.  Pilot KIA.
43-2359/2558	Lockheed P-38G-15-LO Lightning
			MSN 322-3468/3667
			2360 (14th FG, 37th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/III. over Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943. Pilot POW. MACR 57.
			2361 (27th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 25, 1943, Italy.  MACR 480
			2363 (1st FG, 94th FS) crashed into sea off Sicily Sep 11, 1943.  MACR 692.  Pilot KIA
			2364 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Fw Hartmut Ryll in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/2 50 km SWo of Vententone Island,
				Italy Aug 30, 1943.  MACR 528.  Pilot KIA
			2366 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 570.  Pilot KIA
			2378 (1st FG, 94th FS) suffered compass malfunction and pilot bailed
				out off Sardinia, Italy Aug 5, 1943.   MACR 347.  Pilot was rescued
				three weeks later.
			2379 (14th FG, 37th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Obfw. Alfred
				Seidl of JG 53/8 SW of Ariano nel Polestine, Italy Dec 16, 1943.  
				MACR 2079.  Pilot KIA
			2383 (80th FS, 8th FG) w/o in crash 6 mi E of Schwimmer Field, New Guinea Apr 29, 1943.
			2386 (8th FG, 80th FS) shot down by enemy fighter near Rabaul, New
				Guinea Nov 7, 1943.  MACR 1202
			2387 (49th FG, 9th FS) collided in dogfight with a downed Zero and
				ditched near Induna, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1016.  Pilot
				returned 4 months later. 
			2388 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in taxiing accident at Kiriwina airfield, Kiriwina Island, Miline Bay,
				Papua New gxuinea Oct 12, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			2389 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AAA near Palagonia, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943. Pilot KIA.  MACR 100.
			2393 (14th FG, 37th FS) crashed into Gulf of Eufemia 8 mi of Pizzo, Italy Aug 4, 1943.  MACR 445.
				Pilot KIA
			2396 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Lecce airfield, Italy Nov 30, 1943.  Pilot survived,
				aircraft DBR.
			2399 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down in dogfight with Bf 109s of JG53 near Bednja,
				Yugoslavia Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1693
			2402 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy May 29, 1944.
				Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			2404 (1st FG, 94th FS) hit by MG fire from German tanks and crashed into sea 6 mi S of Castelbianco, Sicily, Italy 
				Jul 11, 1943.  Pilot KIA. MACR 110.  
			2406 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Jan 11, 1944.  Pilot
				survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			2407 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into a house in
				Fisciano, Italy Sep 15, 1943.  MACR 707.  Pilot KIA
			2409 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed on takeoff due engine failure at St.Donat, Algeria Jun 21, 1943.
			2411 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/III over
				Adriatic Sea off Jesolo, Italy Dec 2, 1943.  MACR 1467.  Pilot KIA
			2413 (82nd FG, 97th FS) shot down by Bulgarian Bf 109G flown by
				Georgi Kjumjurdziev of 3/6 Orlyak at Pernik, Bulgaria Dec 20, 1943.
				MACR 1599.  Pilot POW
			2418 (14th FG, 37th FS) overspeeded in dive and crashed near Montalto di Castro, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  MACR 508.
				Pilot returned
			2421 (82nd FG, 95th FS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in Tyrrhenian Sea between Ustica Island and the
				Italian mainland Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 975.  Pilot killed.
			2422 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 10, 1943, Mediterranean.  MACR 350
			2427 (14th FG) lost Jan 3, 1944.  MACR 9094.  May have been 43-2437.
			2428 (82nd FG, 95th FS, 15th AF) damaged by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed between Udine
				and Padua S of Venice, Italy Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1621.  Pilot KIA
			2432 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lecce airfield, Italy Nov 5, 1943.  Pilot survived,
				but aircraft was destroyed.
			2436 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down 2 mi NW of Monstar, Yugoslavia by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot 
				of JG 27 Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1813.  Pilot killed.
			2437 (14th FG, 49th FS) lost near Peresa, Italy Jan 3, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 1823 lists this plane as
				42-2475 which ws corrected in MACR 9094.  Other sources say this is 43-2427
			2440 (1st FG, 71st FS) landed at San Luis, Minorca, Spain Aug 15, 1943
				and pilot and plane interned.  MACR 424
			2449 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause NW of Sqn Domino Island, Italy May 17, 1944.  MACR 4840.
				Pilot killed.
			2450 2450 (1st FG, 94th FS) collidied midair with P-38F 43-2122 and crashed 3 mi E of Randazzo, Sicily, Italy 
				Jul 15, 1943. Pilot KIA.  MACR 337. 
			2451 (48th FS, 14th FG) missiong over Italy Mar 14, 1944 
			2452 (1st FG, 71st FS) collidied midair with P-38G 42-13219 and crashed at Lake Lentini, Sicily, Italy Jul 11, 1943. 
				Pilot KIA. MACR 109.   
			2456 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) crashed Argos, Greece due to mechanical failure Oct 4, 1943, Italy.  MACR 923.
				Pilot killed.
			2457 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) crash landed at Lecce airfield, Italy due to engine failure Oct 16, 1943.
				Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			2458 (14th FG) lost Jan 10, 1944.  MACR 1816
			2465 (14th FG, 48th FS) while avoiding flak collidied midair with 43-2466 and crashed into sea 10 mi SW of 
				Trapani, Sicily, Italy Jun 15, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 20.  
			2466 (14th FG, 48th FS) while avoiding flak collidied midair with 43-2465 and crashed into sea 10 mi SW of 
				Trapani, Sicily, Italy Jun 15, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 535. 
			2467 (82nd FG, 95th FS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Hptm Kark Rammelt of JG 51/II Stab over
				Villa Estense, Italy Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1622.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown
			2468 (82nd FG) crashed in Italy Dec 10, 1943
			2470 (14th FG, 48th FS) right engine caught fire and plane crashed into sea 10 mi S of Ischia Island,
				Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 506.  Pilot bailed out but was KIA.
			2472 (14th FG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1796
			2475 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Macchi Mc 205 Veltro believed flown by Maj Adriano Visconti of
				1st Squadriglia 1st Gruppo ANR 20 mi SW of Reggio Elima, Italy.  MACR 4526.  Pilot killed.
				Apr 25, 1944.  This plane has 2 MACRs--MACR 4526 for Apr 25, 1944 and MACR 1823 for Jan 3, 1944.
			2476 (82nd FG, 95th FS) damaged by AAA and left engine caught fire, pilot tried to put out fire by diving,
				but crashed into Naples Bay, Italy Sep 5, 1943.  MACR 568.  Pilot KIA
			2477 (27th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 29, 1943, Mediterranean.  MACR 483
			2478 (48th FS, 14th FG) missing over Italy Mar 14, 1944
			2480 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed at Mahrenberg Southern Steiermrk, Austria due to
				fuel system malfunction Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2687.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			2482 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed offshore at Cape
				Spartivento, Sardinia Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 350.  Pilot bailed out
				but was killed by German soldiers.  
			2485 (14th FG) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2573
			2486 (14th FG, 37th FS) shot down by Bf 109G of JG 53/III near Sicily, Italy May 18, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 2808
			2488 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 15 km N of Naples, Italy Aug 20 1943.  MACR 408.  Pilot KIA
			2489 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed in Italy due to structural failure Nov 5, 1943.  Pilot
				survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			2491 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed on night landing in bad weather at
				Manduria AD, Italy Nov 19, 1943.  Pilot killed.
			2495 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by ground fire and crashed into a tank 5 mi S of Piazza Armerina, Sicily, Italy 
				Jul 10, 1943. Pilot KIA.  MACR 73. 
			2497 (82nd FG, 95th FS) badly damaged by Bf 109G-6 and crashed into sea midway between Italian mainland and
				Ustica Island Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 573.  Pilot KIA
			2499 (14th FG, 49th FS) collided in midair with P-38G 42-12987 over
				NE coast of Levanzo Island, Italy Jun 18, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 309. 
			2501 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by  Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Walter Rabenstein of JG 27/10 Jan 24, 1944
				30 mi NE of Skoplje, Yugoslavia.  MACR 2041.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
			2507 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down over Austria Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 2030
			2508 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 5 mi E of San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy
				Sep 14, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
			2510 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 522
			2511 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by Fw. Muler in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/7
				at Villanova di Bagnacavallo, Italy Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1593
			2512 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down at Foggia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 484.  Pilot POW
			2513 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Otto Schults of JG 51/5 S of Rovigo, Italy
				Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1625.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
			2514 (82nd FG, 96th FS) crashed into sea 30 mi S of Capri Island, Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 435.  Pilot KIA
			2516 (14th FG) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2572
			2517 (14th FG, 37th FS, then to 1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 W of Castel Volturno, 
				Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 422.  Pilot KIA
			2518 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) collided in midair with RAF Hudson V (AE639) over Amendola airfield, Foggia,
				Italy Jun 27, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
			2521 (59th Ferry Sqdn, 4th Ferry Group) w/o in landing accident at Atkinson Field, British Guiana Apr 21, 1943.
			2524 (27th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy.  MACR 496
			2528 (1st FG, 94th FS) bellylanded at Mateur, Tunisia Jul 18, 1943
			2531 (82nd FG, 96th FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 fighter 3 mi NW of Desfina, Greece Dec 6, 1943 and
				crashed 80-90 mi NW of Athens.  MACR 1469.  Pilot bailed out evaded capture.
			2532 (82nd FG, 97th FS) shot down by Bulgarian fighter flowon by
				Nikolai Yordonov of 672nd Jato 10 mi S of Sofia, Bulgaria Dec 20, 1943.  
				MACR 1601.  Pilot POW
			2534 (14th FG, 49th FS) lost at Foggia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 503.  Pilot KIA
			2538 (14th FG, 37th FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 and crashed into sea 54 km SW of Civitaveccia, Italy 
				Aug 28, 1943.  MACR 511.  Pilot bailed out but was KIA.
			2540 crashed Aug 18, 1944
			2543 (14th FG) lost Jan 27, 1944.  MACR 2038
			2544 (14th FG) lost Feb 14, 1944.  MACR 2487
			2545 (14th FG) lost Jan 27, 1944.  MACR 2036
			2546 (1st FG) lost Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 1994.
			2548 (97th FS) w/o in landing accident at Foggia, Italy Feb 2, 1944
			2550 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by a FW-190 at Gerbini, Sicily, Italy Jul 11, 1943.  Pilot baled out and returned.  MACR 112.
			2552 (82nd FG, 97th FS) hit by the explosion of an ammunition dump and crashed
				near Skopje, Yugoslavia Oct 18, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 990
			2554 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV near Ischia Island, Ttyrrhenian Sea, Italy Aug 28, 1943.  MACR 494.
				Pilot KIA
			2556 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down over Monstar, Yugoslavia by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 27 
				Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1812.  Pilot killed.
			2558 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Jan 14, 1944.  Pilot
				survived, aircraft DBR.  There is also MACR 990 on this aircraft, dated Oct 18, 1943.
43-2559/2808	Interstate L-6 Grasshopper
			2560 at Fort Rucker, AL
			2615/2619 Lend-Lease to Mexico
			2626/2630 Lend-Lease to Mexic
			2648 (MSN 91) registered as N2778Q
			2664/2673 Lend-Lease to Mexico
			2679 (MSN 122) to civil registry as N48443
			2680 (MSN 123) noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH
			2723 surplused ans stored for over 30 years.  Restored to flying condition and now
				at Chersky's Flying Circus, Santa Maria, CA.
			2733 Lend-Lease to Mexico, returned to USAAF Oct 25, 1944.
			2745 Lend-Lease to Mexico, returned to USAAF Oct 25, 1944.
			2752 (MSN 195) to civil registry as N46962
			2760 (MSN 203) to civil registry as N49105.
43-2809/2858	Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper
43-2859		Taylorcraft L-2E Grasshopper
			Model DF-65 impressed from civilian user.  Crashed on forced landing
				near Antioch, Nebraska Oct 31, 1943.  Pilot killed.
43-2860		Taylorcraft L-2C Grasshopper
			Model DC-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2861		Taylorcraft L-2E Grasshopper
			Model DF-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2862		Taylorcraft L-2C Grasshopper
			Model DC-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2863/2866	Taylorcraft L-2C
43-2867		Taylorcraft L-2E Grasshopper
			Model DF-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2868/2873	Taylorcraft L-2C Grasshopper 
			Model DC-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2874		Taylorcraft L-2H Grasshopper 
			Model BC-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2875/2877	Taylorcraft L-2J Grasshopper
			Model BL-12-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2878		Taylorcraft L-2K Grasshopper
			Model BF-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2879/2880	Taylorcraft L-2H Grasshopper
			Model BC-12-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2881/2883	Taylorcraft L-2F Grasshopper
			Originally designated UC-95 - Model DF-65 impressed from 
				civilian users.
43-2884		Taylorcraft L-2K Grasshopper
			Model BF-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2885/2886 	Taylorcraft L-2H Grasshopper
			Model BC-12-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2887		Taylorcraft L-2K Grasshopper
			Model BF-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2888		Taylorcraft L-2G Grasshopper
			Model BFT-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2889		Taylorcraft L-2F Grasshopper
			Originally designated UC-95 - Model DF-65 impressed from 
				civilian user.
43-2890/2892	Taylorcraft L-2E Grasshopper
			Model DF-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2893		Taylorcraft L-2F Grasshopper
			originally designated UC-95 - Model DF-65 impressed from 
				civilian user.
43-2894		Taylorcraft L-2K Grasshopper 
			Model BF-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2895/2897 	Taylorcraft L-2H Grasshopper 
			Model BC-12-65 impressed from civilian users.
			2895 crashed in emergency landing in field Oct 31, 1943 due to headwinds during ferry flight to Alliance Field,
				Nebraska.  Pilot killed.
43-2898		Taylorcraft L-2J Grasshopper
			Model BL-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2899		Taylorcraft L-2J
43-2900 		Taylorcraft L-2H Grasshopper
			Model BC-12-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2901		Taylorcraft L-2C Grasshopper
			Model DC-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2902		Taylorcraft L-2D Grasshopper
			Model DL-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2903		Taylorcraft L-2E Grasshopper
			Model DF-65 impressed from civilian user.
43-2904/2906	Taylorcraft L-2E
43-2907		Taylorcraft L-2G Grasshopper 
			Model BFT-65 impressed from civilian users.
43-2908		Taylorcraft L-2F Grasshopper
			Originally designated UC-95 - Model DF-65 impressed from 
				civilian user.
43-2909		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1205.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2910		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1203.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2911/2912	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2911 MSN 5-1201.  1064th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM; crashed engine 
				failure at Fort Sumner 4Mar43. (From Stewart Lanham)
			2912 MSN 5-1206
43-2913		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1125.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2914		Piper L-4D Grasshopper
			MSN 9059.  J-3F-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.  1064th Basic Flying Training 
				Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM; damaged taxying at Auxiliary Field #1, Fort Sumner 14Mar43 (From Stewart Lanham.
				Became NC46448, then N46448, then HB-OWX, then OE-ABF, then D-ELSU,
				then OY-ANK
43-2915/2920	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
			2915 MSN 5-1224.  1064th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM; crashed at Fort Sumner 10Mar43; 
				64th Troop Carrier Group; mid air collision with L-4 43-29899 at Guidonia, Italy 27Feb45.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
			2916 MSN 5-1238.  1064th School Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM; damaged taxying at Fort Sumner 23Oct42.
				(From Stewart Lanham) 
			2917 MSN 5-1237
			2918 MSN 5-1236
			2919 MSN 5-1153.  5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX; damaged by bird strike 4 miles N of Bowie, TX 6May43 
			2920 MSN 5-1208
43-2921		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1096.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2922		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1144.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2923		Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			MSN 7555.  J-3L-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2924		Piper L-4D Grasshopper
			MSN 7521.  J-3F-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2925		Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			MSN 9067.  J-3F-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user 
43-2926		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1141. J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2927		Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			MSN 7577.  J3L-65 cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2928/2929	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian user
			2928 MSN 5-1161
43-2930/2931	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
			2930 MSN 5-1308
43-2932		Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			MSN 9070.  J3L-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2933		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1272.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2934/2935	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
			2934 MSN 5-1240
			2935 MSN 5-1328
43-2936		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1331.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
			892nd School Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged when ground looped taxying at Dockery Field, AR 13Jan43.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
43-2937/2939	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2937 MSN 5-1407
			2938 MSN 5-866
			2939 MSN 5-871
43-2940		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1095.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2941		Piper L-4E Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1337.  J-4A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user. 
				880th School Squadron, Dalhart, TX; damaged when nosed over taking off at Dalhart 1Dec42.  (From Stewart Lanham) 
43-2942/2946	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2942 MSN 5-1151
			2943 MSN 5-1218
			2944 MSN 5-1214
			2945 MSN 5-1220.  Truax Field, WI; damaged taxying at Truax 14Apr43.  (From Stewart Lanham)
			2946 MSN 5-1296
43-2947		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1299.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
				880th School Squadron, Dalhart, TX; damaged by fire taxying at Dalhart 30Nov42.  (From Stewart Lanham)  
43-2948		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-106.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2949 		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1301.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
				Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged landing at Weatherford, TX 20Apr43
				(From Stewart Lanham)
43-2950/2951	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2950 (MSN 5-1274) original civilian identity was NC41184.  After
				military use cecame NC54464, then N5446R.  Registered Dec 19, 2006
				to private user as VH-FIV.
			2951 (MSN 5-1285) 
43-2952/2953	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
			2952 MSN 5-1284
			2953 MSN 5-1362
43-2954/2958	Piper L-4E Grasshopper
			J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			2954 MSN 4-1612.  Current as N59599
			2955 MSN 4-1623
			2956 MSN 4-1599
			2957 MSN 4-1642.  To N62302, cancelled Feb 15, 1956
			2958 MSN 4-1643.  368th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Majors Field, TX; crashed after taking off 3 miles E of Cooper, TX 5May43 
43-2959/2962	Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			J3L-65 Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2959 MSN 7318
			2960 MSN 7346.  Current as N49901
			2961 MSN 7546
			2962 MSN 7634. 896th School Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; crashed at Stuttgart 8Apr43.  (From Stewart Lanham)
43-2963		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1103.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2964/2966	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			2964 MSN 5-1225.  Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged landing at Weatherford, TX 20Apr43.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
			2965 MSN 5-946.  Foster Field, TX; damaged taking off at Matagorda Penin Bomb Range, TX 24Jan43.  (From Stewart Lanham)
			2966 MSN 5-1068.  854th School Squadron, South Plains, Lubbock, TX; damaged when engine failed 
				and nosed under taking off at South Plains 30Sep42
43-2967		Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			MSN 9068.  Cub J3L-65 impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
				2nd Liaison Training Detachment, Pittsburgh, KS; damaged taxying at No.1 Field Opolis, KS 15Jul43.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
43-2968/2970	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			2968 MSN 5-1122
			2969 MSN 5-1226
			2970 MSN 5-1060
43-2971/2972	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
			2971 MSN 5-1298
			2972 MSN 5-1322.  854th School Squadron, South Plains, Lubbock, TX; damaged when nosed under taxying 
				at South Plains 2Oct42.  (From Stewart Lanham)
43-2973/2974	Piper L-4E Grasshopper
			J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			2973 MSN 4-1307
			2974 MSN 4-1378
43-2975/2977	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian user
			2975 MSN 5-1273
			2976 MSN 5-1281.  892nd School Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged when nosed under taxying at Stuttgart 14Dec42; 
				5th Infantry Division; 43rd Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron Nov44;  (From Stewart Lanham) 
			2977 MSN 5-1289
43-2978		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1282.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user. 
43-2979		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1336.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
				892nd School Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged when force landed with engine failure and nosed 
				over 6 miles E of Stuttgart 30Dec42.  (From Stewart Lanham) 
43-2980		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1346.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user 
43-2981/2983	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2981 MSN 5-1343
			2982 MSN 5-1292
			2983 MSN 5-1334.  892nd School Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged due weather taxying at Adams Field, 
				Little Rock, AR 26Feb43.  (From Stewart Lanham) 
43-2984		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1380.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2985/2988	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2985 MSN 5-1090
			2986 MSN 5-1361
			2987 MSN 5-1279
			2988 MSN 5-1360
43-2989/2990	Piper L-4E Grasshopper
			J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			2989 MSN 4-1632
			2990 MSN 4-1640.  16th Glider Training Detachment, Janesville, WI; damaged at Janesville 6Nov42; 
				895th School Squadron, Stuttgart, AR; damaged when ground looped landing at Stuttgart 18Dec42.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
43-2991		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1317.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
43-2992		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1324 J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user. 
43-2993		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1311 J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2994		Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			MSN 5-1344.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2995/2996	Piper L-4C Grasshopper
			J-3F-65 Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
			2995 MSN 9058
			2996 MSN 9057
43-2997/2998	Piper L-4G Grasshopper
			J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
			2997 MSN 5-1359. 11th Glider Training Detachment, Artesia, NM; damaged landing at Artesia 15Dec42.  (From Stewart Lanham)
			2998 MSN 5-1376
43-2999/3002	Piper L-4F Grasshopper
			J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			2999 MSN 5-1377
			3000 MSN 5-1371
			3001 MSN 5-1384
			3002 MSN 5-1383
43-3003/3008	Piper L-4E Grasshopper
			J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
			3003 MSN 4-1644
			3004 MSN 4-1608
			3005 MSN 4-1637. 1064th School Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM; damaged when nosed under landing at Fort Sumner, NM 28Oct42.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
			3006 MSN 4-1633
			3007 MSN 4-1638
			3008 MSN 4-1627
43-3009/3258	Piper TG-8 
			MSN G-1/G-250.  Training glider version of L-4 Grasshopper.
			3009 (MSN G-1) started life as L-4 MSN 9102.  Reconverted to L-4 and became
				NC46490, then N46490, then D-EMUG, then OY-EFM not taken up,
				then registered Jul 14, 2004 as OY-EEE (registered as L-4
				MSN 9102.
			3002 (MSN G-2) believed sold to Akron Airways, Akron, OH Jan 1945.
			3011 (MSN G-3) to NC49500 Jun 9, 1945, later N49500, current. Converted to J3C-65 Feb 5, 1947. Converted to seaplane Feb 1950.
			3017 (MSN G-9) to N46318. Converted to J3C-65. Registration revoked.
			3023 (MSN G-15) believed sold to Southeastern Air Services, Atlanta, GA.
			3024 (MSN G-16) to N46488. Converted to J3C-65. Registration revoked.
			3029 (MSN G-21) to N1374V, canx Nov 1, 1950.
			3039 (MSN G-31) to N46471. Converted to J3L-65. Last registered with Evergreen Vintage Aircraft at McMinnville, OR, 
				canx Dec11, 2012.
			3041 (MSN G-33) believed sold to Southeastern Air Services, Atlanta, GA.
			3043 (MSN G-35) to N49583; N18EH, current. Converted to J3C-65.
			3049 (MSN G-41) in accident at Bates Field, AL Feb 3, 1943.  The glider was unoccupied when damaged landing at Bates
				(From Stewart Lanham)
			3055 (MSN G-47) 18th Glider Training Detachment, Bates Field, Mobile, AL; in accident at Bates Field, AL Nov 12, 1942.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
			3060 (MSN G-52) to N46314, canx Jul 31, 2012. Converted to J3C-65.
			3062 (MSN G-54) to N46626, current.
			3065 to US Navy as XNLP-1 BuNo 36425
			3069 (MSN G-61) i18th Glider Training Detachment, Bates Field, Mobile, AL; n accident at Bates Field, AL Feb 7, 1943. 
				(From Stewart Lanham).  Registered as N49451 12Nov46, canx Jan 3, 1952. Converted to J3C-65.  
			3070 to US Navy as XNLP-1 BuNo 36426
			3075 to US Navy as XNLP-1 BuNo 36427
			3078 (MSN G-70) 18th Glider Training Detachment, Bates Field, Mobile, AL; force landed at Bates 3Dec42.
				(From Stewart Lanham)
			3079 (MSN G-71) believed sold to Lysdale Flying Service, Victory Airport, Minneapolis, MN.
			3081 (MSN G-73) to N46304, current. Converted to J3C-65
			3084 (MSN G-76) to N48311, current. Converted to J3C-65
			3090 (MSN G-82) to N9726H, current. Converted to J3C-65
			3091 (MSN G-83) to NC65410, later N65410. Converted to J3L-65. Canx May 35, 1965.
			3094 (MSN G-86) to N48682, current. Converted to J3C-65
			3095 (MSN G-87) to NR46914 Feb 7, 1945. Converted to J3C-65 Sep 27, 1945. Cancelled May 25, 1949.
			3099 (MSN G-91) to NC49586, Registration revoked. Converted to J3C-65.
			3103 (MSN G-95) to NC46286, current. Converted to J3C-65.
			3107 (MSN G-99) to N48312, canx Aug 7, 1975. Converted to J3C-65.
			3112 (MSN G-104) believed sold to Lester Caplan, University City, MO.
			3113 (MSN G-105) to N46917, canx Oct 17, 1980. Converted to J3C-65.
			3120 (MSN G-112) to NC49594, canx Feb 1, 1971. Converted to J-3.
			3121 (MSN G-113) to NC49595 Feb 19, 1945, expired Mar 31, 2011. Converted to J3C-65 Jul 10, 1945.
			3124 (MSN G-116) to NC47049 14Jan46, canx 27Oct49. Converted to J3C-75 May 1946. Stolen Oct 1948 but registration 
				cancelled as “washout Aug 9, 1949”.
			3127 (MSN G-119) believed sold to CD Stoltzfus, Coatesville, PA.
			3132 (MSN G-124) to NC46489 Mar 27, 1945, later N46489, current. Converted to J3F-65 Feb 5, 1947. [documents 
				record MSN G-124 but quote USAAF 43-3118]
			3133 (MSN G-125) to NC49598 Feb 17, 1945, canx Jun 30, 1970.
			3134 (MSN G-126) to N62422, canx Apr 29, 2013. Converted to J3F-65.
			3135 (MSN G-127) to N59498, current. Converted to J3C-65.
			3137 (MSN G-129) to N48683, later re-registered as N88683, current.
			3139 (MSN G-131) 18th Glider Training Detachment, Bates Field, Mobile, AL; stalled and 
				crashed 32 miles SE of Selma Mar 10, 1943, pilot killed.  (From Stewart Lanham)
			3140 (MSN G-132) to N50028, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3143 (MSN G-135) believed sold to Central States Aircraft & Supply Co., Ogallala, NE.
			3145 (MSN G-137) believed sold to Southeastern Air Services, Atlanta, GA.
			3147 (MSN G-139) to N50241, canx Jun 22, 1976. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3152 (MSN G-144) to N51039, current. Converted to J3F-65. 
			3154 (MSN G-146) to N49611, canx Mar 19, 2013. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3158 (MSN G-150) believed sold to Central States Aircraft & Supply Co., Ogallala, NE.
			3163 (MSN G-155) to N8482H, canx Aug 5, 2013. Converted to J3C-65
			3164 (MSN G-156) to N48112, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3167 (MSN G-159) to N49614, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3172 (MSN G-164) to N54903, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3178 (MSN G-170) to NC46305 Nov 1945. Converted to J3C-65 Jun 1, 1946. Re-registered as N44D Nov 1953, current.
			3182 (MSN G-174) converted to J3C-65. To CF-RQV 1976, cancelled on export to USA Aug 16, 1994. To N41147, current.
			3184 (MSN G-176) to N49618, registration revoked. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3190 (MSN G-182) to N48947, current. Converted to J3C. 
			3192 (MSN G-184) to N46627, current with the Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Hood River, OR.
			3195 (MSN G-187) to N46915, registration revoked. Converted to J-3. 
			3197 (MSN G-189) to N49621, current. Converted to J3L-65. 
			3204 (MSN G-196) to N51454, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3216 (MSN G-208) believed sold to Roscoe Magee, London, KY.
			3220 (MSN G-212) to N49624, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
			3222 (MSN G-214) to N46311, canx Feb 27, 1956. Converted to J3F-65. 
			3223 (MSN G-215) rebuilt as Piper Cub and became NC49625, then N49625, cancelled on export to Switzerland Nov 5, 1957.
				then converted to J-3C and registered HB-OXD.
			3248 (MSN G-240) believed sold to Kenneth Starns, Conway, AR.
			3251 (MSN G-243) to N49632, Bill of Sale from RFC Jan 22, 1945. Converted to J3F-65. Converted to J-3, Aug 7, 1947. 
				Converted to J3C-65, Oct 14, 1947. Un-airworthy Mar 24, 1949; registration revoked Nov 17, 1971; canx Jul 27, 2009. 
			3258 (MSN G-250) to N49869, registration revoked. Converted to J3C-65.
43-3259/3270	Consolidated OA-10-CO Catalina 
			PBY-5A transferred from USN.  Survivors redesignated A-10 in 1948.
			Ex-BuNos 08031,08046,08079/08086,08090/08091.
			3262 (49th BS) MIA near Goodenough Island, New Guinea Oct 16, 1943
			3266 ex PBY-5A BuNo 08084, (MSN 903) based at Presqu'Ile Maine and servicing 
				an airfield in Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan,  crashed Nov 2, 1942 when it 
				capsized on takeoff from the Eastern Gulf of the St Lawrence at Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan, 
				Quebec  Canada.  5 crew killed, 2 injured, 2 uninjured. Canadian divers may 
				have found the aircraft wreckage in August 2009.
43-3271/3277	Lockheed C-57B Lodestar
			Civilian Model 18-08 impressed by USAAF
			3271 MSN 2211.  W/o Aug 9 1944 at Marrakech, French Morocco in takeoff
				accident.
			3272 MSN 2212
			3273 MSN 2213.  to C-1501E, to Southern Aero as N1215V, Converted to 18-08.  Cancelled Feb 23, 2011.
			3274 MSN 2214.  To Superior Oil Co as NX34217/NC32417, N34217.  Converted to 18-14. To 350M, to N850M.
				Crashed Asuncion, Paraguay Mar 23, 1974.
			3275 MSN 2215.  To NC28355.  Converted 18-08.  To PP-PBP, to PP-BBB.  Crashed Barbacene, M Gerais Sep 8, 1948
			3276 MSN 2216.  to NC28356.  Converted to 18-08, to PP-PBO, to PP-SAB, to N3951C, to Johns Manville Corp as N20V,
				to N35JM, to N315M.  Stored President Stroessner airport by Apr 1972.  Derelict by Jan 1979.  Cancelled Aug 14, 2012.
			3277 MSN 2217.  To NC28357.  Converted to 18-08.  To CB-27
43-3278/3279	Lockheed C-56E Lodestar
			Civilian Model 18-40 impressed by USAAF
			3278 MSN 2221.  To Defense Plant Corp as NC33328.  Crashed Washington National Aiprort Apr 28, 1945
			3279 MSN 2222.  To Allegheny Ludlum Steel as NC42013/N42013.  Converted to 18-50.  Converted to Howard 250
				Apr 23, 1965.  To N123MC, to N333FB, to N87870.  DBR Austin, Texas Jun 10, 1977.  Cancelled Nov 15, 2012.
43-3280/3619	North American B-25D-30 Mitchell
			MSN 100-23606/100-23945 (Andrade quotes 100-20606/20805 for 43-3280/3479, 100-23306/23445
				for 43-3480/3619)
			3280 to RAF as Mitchell II FW172.  SOC Sep 27, 1945.  
			3281 to RAF as Mitchell II FW173.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed on landing at Finmere,
				England Aug 18, 1944
			3282 to NEIAF as N5-184
			3283 to RAF as Mitchell II FW174.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
			3284 to RAF as Mitchell II FW175.  Shot down by AAA over Foret de Lyons, France Aug 9, 1944
			3285 to RAF as Mitchell II FW176.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
			3286 to RAF as Mitchell II FW177.  Crashed during ferry flight Oct 8, 1944
			3287 to RAF as Mitchell II FW178.  SOC Feb 26, 1947.
			3289 to RAF as Mitchell II FW179.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
			3290 (341st BG) shot down Apr 8, 1944 on raid on Japanese airfield on Hainan Island
			3296 (41st BG, 48th BS, "Rose's Beau")
			3297 crashed 40 mi SW of Ililo, Panay Oct 2, 1945 while ferrying men from the 347th FG from Palawan
				to Leyte for return to USA.  No survivors.  
			3300 to RAF as Mitchell II KL150 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3301 to RAF as Mitchell II KL151 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3302 to RAF as Mitchell II KL152 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3303 to RAF as Mitchell II KL153 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3304 to RAF as Mitchell II KL154 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3307 to RAF as Mitchell II KL155 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3308 (MSN 100-23634, 100-20634 according to Andrade) to RAF as Mitchell II KL156 - retained in Canada for 
				service with 5 OTU.  To N8011, HP-428, and CP-915 of Transportes Aereos Benianos (in that order).  
				Sold to J. Sangueza of La Paz.  Derelict at La Paz by 1976.  Eventually found its way back to USA.  
				Restored at Chino by 1987.  By 1988 was on static display as PBJ-1D 
				at USMC Museum, Quantico, VA.  Sent to Freedom Museum USA in Pampas, TX in exchange
				for the Freedom Museum's PBJ-1.
			3310 to RAF as Mitchell II KL157 - Crashed in USA prior to delivery
			3311 to RAF as Mitchell II KL158 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3312 to RAF as Mitchell II KL159 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3316 to RAF as Mitchell II KL160 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
			3318 (MSN 100-23644, 100-20644 according to Andrade) to RAF as KL161 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
				Ex N88972, CF-0GQ.  Restored by Aero Trader, Chino CA
				in 1987.  Now airworthy with The Fighter Collection, Duxford, 
				UK and has had its registration number changed to G-BYDR. Purchased
				summer of 2004 by Vulcan Warbirds and registered N25644.  
				Currently based at North Weald, UK.  Registration N88972 reserved
				Jan 23, 2009, taken up Feb 19, 2009
			3320/3344 to USN as PBJ-1D 35123/35147
			3345/3369 Lend-Lease to USSR
				3355 (MSN 100-23681) on display outside at Moscow Air Force Museum, Russia.
			3371 converted to F-10
			3372 converted to F-10
			3373 converted to F-10.  in taxying accident at Kelly Field, Texas May 24, 1944.  
			3374 (MSN 100-20700) converted to RB-25D. Now on display at WPAFB Museum restored as General Doolittle's
				B-25B 40-2344.
			3385 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3393 to RAF as FW187.  SOC 6/5/1947.
			3412 to RAF as FW273 - retained in Canada
			3413 (321st BG, 447th BS) during ferry flight exploded in midair and crashed into Lake Lesina,
				N of Foggia, Italy Feb 19, 1944.  7 killed.  MACR 2717.
			3416 converted to F-10 
			3419 converted to F-10 
			3420 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3421 to NEIAF as N5-185
			3422 to NEIAF as N5-187, later to RAAF as A47-2.  crashed 12/44
			3423 to NEIAF as N5-181, later to RAAF as
				A47-3.  Lost on operations north coast of Timor 9/22/1944.
			3424 to NEIAF as N5-189, later to RAAF as A47-4.  Scrapped 12/46.
			3425 to NEIAF as N5-191  (may be 3435)
			3426 to NEIAF as N5-192, later to RAAF as A47-5.  SOC 3/50.
			3427 to NEIAF as N5-193, later to RAAF as A47-6.  Crashed 9/2/1944 off 
				Peron during search for A47-12 and its crew.
			3433 converted to F-10 
			3434 converted to F-10 
			3434 converted to F-10 
			3437 converted to F-10 
			3438 converted to F-10 
			3439 converted to F-10 
			3440 converted to F-10 
			3444 converted to F-10 
			3446 converted to F-10 
			3459 to RAF as FW193.  Hit by flak, Stadkyll
				and crash-landed 12/25/1944.
			3460 to RAF as Mitchell II FW194.  With 98th Sqdn lost at Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 25, 1944
			3477 to RAF as Mitchell II FW211.  With 98 Sqdn, lost Neerbosch, Netherlands Sep 25, 1944
			3478 to RAF as FW212.  Collided with FR165 and crashed near Tirlemont 2/9/1945.
			3482 to RAF as FW197.  SOC 9/27/1945.
			3489 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3493 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3496 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3499/3502 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3504/3516 Lend-Lease to USSR
				3507 to USSR.  Shot down by Fw. Eckart Ulmer in Bf 110G-4 of NJG 6/8. and crashed into a house in Akasztó, Hungary Aug 10, 1944. 5 KIA and 
					1 person on ground killed by fire.
			3518/3520 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3539 to RAF as FW219.  SOC 9/27/1945.
			3540 to RAF as FW220 - retained in Canada
			3547 to RAF as FW227.  Damaged in flight by premature
				bomb explosion aboard Mitchell FR181 (ex USAAF 41-30721) and lost wing near
				Mandersfield, England Jan 31, 1945.
			3548 to RAF as Mitchell II FW228.  Collided with Mitchell FW201 (ex 43-3467)
				and crashed near Melsbroek, Belgium Nov 11, 1944
			3549 to RAF as Mitchell II FW229.  SOC 12/27/1946.
			3550 to RAF as Mitchell II FW230.  Shot down by AAA ove Deventer, Holland Nov 26, 1944
			3551 to RAF as Mitchell II FW231.  SOC Feb 7, 1947
			3552 to RAF as Mitchell II FW232.  Crashed on takeoff at Dunsfold, England Sep 13, 1944
			3553 to RAF as Mitchell II FW233.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3554 to RAF as Mitchell II FW234.  Wrecked when took off out of trim and had to 
				bellyland at Dorval, Canada Mar 15, 1945
			3555 to RAF as Mitchell II FW235.  Interned after forced landing following fuel shortage
				at Doolock, Eire
			3556 to RAF as Mitchell II FW236.  Shot down by AAA over Bocholt, Germany Mar 21, 1945
			3557 to RAF as Mitchell II FW237 - retained in Canada
			3558 to RAF as Mitchell II FW238.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed whilst attempting
				to takeoff in error from perimeter track at Hartfordbridge, England Aug 23, 1944.
			3559 to RAF as Mitchell II FW239.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3560 to RAF as Mitchell II FW240.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3561 to RAF as Mitchell II FW241.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3562 to RAF as Mitchell II FW242.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3563 to RAF as Mitchell II FW243.  Wrecked wieh undercarriage collapsed on takeoff
				at Reykjavik, Iceland Mar 14, 1944.
			3564 to RAF as Mitchell II FW244.  Collided with Mitchell FRW221 (ex 43-3541) and crashed
				near Dunsfold, England Oct 6, 1944
			3565 to RAF as Mitchell II FW245.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3566 to RAF as Mitchell II FW246 - retained in Canada
			3567 to RAF as Mitchell II FW247.  Returned to USA Nov 16, 1945
			3568 to RAF as Mitchell II FW248.  Abandoned over Belgium when bombload hung up Feb 13, 1945.
			3569 to RAF as Mitchell II FW249.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3570/3605 to USN as PBJ-1D 35148/35183
			3606 (41st BG, 48th BS, "Old Ugly")
			3607 to NEIAF as N5-194, later to RAAF as A47-7.  SOC 3/50.
			3611 (341st BG) lost May 26, 1944.  MACR 11972
			3612 (341st BG) lost Oct 24, 1944.  MACR 9452
			3613 to NEIAF as N5-195, later to RAAF as A47-8.  Lost on operations 11/44.
			3616 (341st BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 4004
			3617 (69th Composite Wing, 341st BG, 22nd BS) crashed near Quang Fri in French 
				IndoChina May 29, 1945.  All but one survived
				the crash, but were made POW and were executed by the Japanese.
43-3620/3869	North American B-25D-35 Mitchell
			MSN 100-23946/100-24195 (Andrade quotes 100-23446/23695)
			3620 to NEIAF.  Listed as being lost with 340th BG Apr 6, 1944.  MACR 3587.
			3621 to NEIAF as N5-196, later to RAAF as A47-9.  Crashed 12/26/1944 on takeoff
				from Hughes Strip.
			3623 to NEIAF as N5-197, later to RAAF as A47-10.  SOC 3/50.
			3624 to NEIAF as N5-198, later to RAAF as A47-11.  Crashed on landing at
				Bathurst NSW, Australia and scrapped 12/44.
			3625 to NEIAF as N5-199, later to RAAF as A47-12.  Ditched 9/2/1944 near
				Perron due to fuel exhaustion.
			3626 to NEIAF as N5-200, later to RAAF as A47-13.  Crashed 8/13/1944 during
				training flight.
			3628 (340th BG) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 5419
			3629 to RAF as Mitchell II KL146.  Served with 5 OTU in Canada
			3634 (MSN 100-23960 (100-23460 according to Andrade) delivered on December 17, 1943, to the USAAF.  Jan 1944 
				assigned to Lend-Lease program for the RAF as 'KL148'.  Instead departed Hunter Field, GA, on January 19, 1944 
				on the southern route through Brazil to Africa enroute to "ELMS" (ie North Africa / Algeria);
       			May 1944 on May 30, to "DUKO" (ie Italy). Flew 7 combat missions from Corsica over Sicily and through the 
				Brenner Pass.  With the USAAF 12th AF, 57th BW, 340th BG, 489th BS during April and May of 1944. It carried the 
				tail code '634 9C' and was named Ellen E. & Son.
				Later back to the US via San Antonio, TX, and Great Falls, MT, before leaving for Sea Island at Vancouver;
      			Oct 1944 taken on strength by RCAF on October 18, as Mitchell II. Later stored until January 1947;
       			Jan 1947 assigned to No. 418 Squadron "City of Edmonton" Auxiliary.  1950 stored until June 1953;
       			Jun 1953 to Flying Instructors School at RCAF Trenton, Ontario;  1954 stored until 1956; on March 16, 1955, 
				1956 used for training;  Jan 1961 transferred January 4, from RCAF Trenton 129AAF to Dunnville, Ontario;
       			Jun 1962 sold June 10, to Hicks and Lawrence Ltd., St. Thomas, Ontario;
       			Aug 1962 registered CF-NWV for the ferry flight on August 2;
       			Jun 1968 sold on June 1, to Richard B. McPherson of Aerodix Association, New Albany, OH;
      			Jul 1969 sold on July 29, to Glenn Lamont.  Oct 1969 ferried from St. Thomas, Ontario, to Detroit City 
				Airport, MI, by Glenn Lamont, October 24;  1987 sold to Yankee Air Force, now "YANKEE WARRIOR"
				Registered N3774, current. Based at the Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run, MI. Named Yankee Warrior
				Reported 1989 at Milestones of Flight Museum, Lancaster, CA
			3647 to RAF as Mitchell II KL149 - used in Canada with 5 OTU
			3650 340th BG 488th BS Interned in Spain after landing in Palma de 
				Mallorca on Sep 14, 1944. Was flying from base in Corsica and became lost. Becoming 
				low on fuel, spotted an airfield where there was a parked B-24, so made choice to 
				land there. It was the airport of Palma de Mallorca. Not known what happened to this plane.
			3651 to USN as PBJ-1D 35184
			3655 to USN as PBJ-1D 35185
			3663 (10th PRG) crashed Jun 19, 1945.  MACR 14725
			3668 converted to RB-25D.  Crashed at Rajagiri, India Oct 19, 1945
			3669 converted to RB-25D.  Crashed at Rajagiri, India Oct 19, 1945
			3671 (10th PRG, "Bit of Lace") crashed Mar 10, 1945 shortly after
				refueling at Myitkyin on the way to Chengtu, China.  MACR 12978
			3674 converted to RB-25D.  Crashed at Rajagiri, India Oct 19, 1945.
			3683 to RAF as Mitchell II FW250.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3685 (28th BG) lost Oct 31, 1944.  MACR 9607
			3686 to RAF as Mitchell II FW251 - retained in Canada
			3687 to RAF as Mitchell II FW252.  DBR during air raid at Melsbroek, Belgium
				Jan 1, 1945
			3688 to RAF as Mitchell II FW253.  Wrecked when failed to become airborne and ran
				off end of runway at Dunsfold, England Jul 12, 1944.
			3689 to RAF as Mitchell II FW254.  SOC Jan 24, 1947
			3690 to RAF as Mitchell II FW255.  DBR during air raid at Melsbroek, Belgium
				Jan 1, 1945
			3691 to RAF as Mitchell II FW256.  
			3692 to RAF as Mitchell II FW257.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3693 to RAF as Mitchell II FW258.  Missing on flare drop mission over
				Falaise, France Aug 19, 1944.
			3694 to RAF as Mitchell II FW259 - retained in Canada
			3695 to RAF as Mitchell II FW260 - retained in Canada
			3696 to RAF as Mitchell II FW261.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3697 to RAF as Mitchell II FW262.  Damaged by flak over Recht Dec 25, 1944.  SOC
			3698 to RAF as Mitchell II FW263.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3699 to RAF as Mitchell II FW264.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
			3700 to RAF as Mitchell II FW265.  Returned to USA Nov 8, 1945
			3701 to RAF as Mitchell II FW266.  SOC Jun 21, 1947
			3702 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3703 to RAF as Mitchell II FW267.  Returned to USA Nov 8, 1945
			3704 to RAF as Mitchell II FW268.  Hit trees while flying low at Shackleford Park,
				Godalming, England Aug 30, 1944
			3705 to RAF as Mitchell II FW269.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3706 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3707 to RAF as Mitchell II FW270.  Returned to USA Nov 8, 1945
			3708 to RAF as Mitchell II FW271.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed on landing
				at Oldenburg, Germany Apr 17, 1945.
			3710 to RAF as Mitchell II FW272.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
			3711 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3712 to RAF as Mitchell II FW273.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
			3713 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3715/3717 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3718 to RAF as Mitchell II FW274 - Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
				w/o Aug 1944
			3719 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3720 to RAF as Mitchell II FW275.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
			3721 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3722 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3723 to RAF as Mitchell II FW276.  Wrecked when nosewheel collapsed on landing at Kirkbride,
				England Jul 12, 1945.
			3724/3749 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3750 to RAF as Mitchell II FW277.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3751 to RAF as Mitchell II FW278 - Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
			3752 to RAF as Mitchell II FW279 - Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
			3753 to RAF as Mitchell II FW280 - Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
			3754 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3755 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3756 to RAF as Mitchell II HD302.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3757 to RAF as Mitchell II HD303.  SOC Nov 29, 1946
			3758 to RAF as Mitchell II HD304.  SOC May 31, 1945
			3759 to RAF as Mitchell II HD305.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3760 to RAF as Mitchell II HD306.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
			3761 to RAF as Mitchell II HD307.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Wesel, Germany Mar 13, 1945
			3762 to RAF as Mitchell II HD308.  Crashed into sea 18 mi N of New Providence,
				Bahamas Apr 21, 1945.
			3763 to RAF as Mitchell II HD309.  SOC Aug 23, 1945.
			3764 to RAF as Mitchell II HD310 - Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
			3765 to NEIAF
			3766 to NEIAF as N5-201, later to RAAF as A47-14.  SOC 3/50.
			3767 to NEIAF as N5-202, later to RAAF as A47-15.  SOC 3/50.
			3768 to NEIAF as N5-203, later to RAAF as A47-16.  Scrapped 8/45.
			3769 to NEIAF as N5-204, later to RAAF as A47-17.  SOC 3/50.
			3770 to NEIAF as N5-205, later to RAAF as A47-18.  SOCX 3/50.
			3771/3778 to USN as PBJ-1D 35186/35193
			3779 to RAF as Mitchell II HD311 - retained in Canada
			3780 to RAF as Mitchell II HD312 - retained in Canada
			3781 to RAF as Mitchell II HD313 - retained in Canada
			3782 to RAF as Mitchell II HD314 - retained in Canada
			3783 to RAF as Mitchell II HD315 - retained in Canada
			3784 to RAF as Mitchell II HD316.  Ditched 12 mi S of Beachy Head, England after
				engine failure Aug 25, 1944.
			3785 to RAF as Mitchell II HD317 - retained in Canada
			3786 to RAF as Mitchell II HD318 - retained in Canada
			3787 to RAF as Mitchell II HD319 - retained in Canada
				Flew into 700-foot level east face of Skihist Mtn. in British Columbia
				7/14/44.
			3788 to RAF as Mitchell II HD320 - retained in Canada
			3789 to NEIAF as N5-213, later to RAAF as A47-21.  SOC 3/50.  
			3790 to NEIAF as N5-206, later to RAAF as A47-19.  Crashed 9/16/1945 during 
				escort of a Catalina from Balikpapen.  
			3791 to NEIAF as N5-207, later to RAAF as A47-20.  Damaged by brake failure
				at a repair depot 6/1/1944.  Scrapped 6/44. 
			3793 to RAF as Mitchell II HD322 - retained in Canada.  w/o  July 1956 
			3794 to RAF as Mitchell II HD323 - retained in Canada.  w/o July 1952
			3795 to RAF as Mitchell II HD324 - retained in Canada
			3796 to RAF as Mitchell II HD325 - retained in Canada.  w/o Dec 1950
			3797 to RAF as Mitchell II HD326 - retained in Canada
			3798 to RAF as Mitchell II HD327.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
			3799 to RAF as Mitchell II HD328.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
			3800 to RAF as Mitchell II HD329.  MIA on mission to Falaise, France Aug 19, 1944
			3801 to RAF as Mitchell II HD330.  Collided with Mitchell FW150 (ex 42-87477) and
				crashed into sea off Nicholls Town, Bahamas Nov 24, 1944
			3802/3829 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3830 to NEIAF as N5-190, later to RAAF as A47-22.  SOC 3/50.
			3831 Lend-Lease to USSR  
			3832 to NEIAF as N5-212, later to RAAF as A47-23.  Scrapped 10/9/1945.  
			3833 to NEIAF as N5-208
			3834 to NEIAF as N5-210.  Shot down by AAA Sept 19, 1944 with No 18
				Sqdn of RAAF.  All crew KIA.
			3835 to NEIAF as N5-209
			3836 to NEIAF as N5-211
			3837/3843 to USN as PBJ-1D 35196/35202
			3844 to RAF as Mitchell II HD331 - retained in Canada.  w/o Aug 1954
			3845 to RAF as Mitchell II HD332 - retained in Canada
			3846 to RAF as Mitchell II HD333 - retained in Canada
			3847 to RAF as Mitchell II HD334 - retained in Canada
			3848 to RAF as Mitchell II HD335 - retained in Canada
			3849 to RAF as Mitchell II HD336.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
			3850 to RAF as Mitchell II HD337 - retained in Canada
			3851 to RAF as Mitchell II HD338 - retained in Canada
			3852 to RAF as Mitchell II HD339 - retained in Canada
			3853 to RAF as Mitchell II HD340 - retained in Canada
			3854 to RAF as Mitchell II HD341 - retained in Canada
				w/o Dec 1949
			3855 to RAF as Mitchell II HD342 - retained in Canada
				w/o Aug 1953
			3856 to RAF as Mitchell II HD343 - retained in Canada
				w/o Dec 1944
			3857 to RAF as Mitchell II HD344 - retained in Canada
			3858 to RAF as Mitchell II HD345 - retained in Canada
				Struck side of mountain in southern British Columbia and exploded 5/29/44
			3859/3866 Lend-Lease to USSR
			3867 to NEIAF as N5-216, later to RAAF as A47-24.  Crashed into sea off 
				Angelsea, VIC, Australia 12/12/1944.  
			3868 to NEIAF
			3869 to NEIAF as N5-215, later to RAAF as A47-25.  SOC 3/50.  
43-3870/4104	North American B-25J-1-NC Mitchell
			MSN 108-24196/108-24430
			3874 to RAF as Mitchell II HD346.  SOC Jun 6, 1947.
			3885 (341st BG) lost Jan 5, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 11095
			3894 to Chinese Nationalist Air Force.  Have an MACR 7591 on this one with 341st BG,
				lost Jul 17, 1944
			3896 to Chinese Nationalist Air Force.  Have an MACR 11383 on this one with 12th BG,
				lost May 20,1944.
			3899 (12th BG, 434trh BS) squadron courire plane returning to home base in India on Jul 11, 1945 ran into
				a wire and crashed.  Cre of 3, 8 passengers, and over 30 people killed on the ground ner Takerhat.
			3904 (341st BG) lost Jan 19, 1945.  MACR 11638
			3910 (MSN 108-24236) converted to TB-25N.  Became N9937Z.  Crashed in
				Alaska Jun 27, 1967.
			3917 reportedly crashed in North Carolia Sep 7, 1944.
			3935 (12th BG) lost Jun 1, 1944.  MACR 5377
			3943 (341st BG) lost Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7213
			3949 (341st BG, 11th BS, "Hustlin' Hazel") lost Jun 16, 1945.  No MACR on this plane, which may mean that it
				was not lost in combat.
			3951 ("Cornhusker") crash landed in marsh near Myitkyina, Burma after losing an engine.  Crew rescued.
			3960 (341st BG, 11th BS) pilot could not find the base at night, ran out of fuel, abandoned and crashed
				near Kweilin, China Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6470.  All 6 crew bailed out successfully
			3961 (12th BG) lost Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6450
			3964 (12th BG) lost Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9096
			3969 Lend-Lease to China Mar 1944
			3970 shot down by Japanese fighters over China Sep 7, 1944.  MACR 8594.
			3974 crashed at Natal, Brazil Jun 6, 1944.
			3985,3986 to USN as PBJ-1J 35194,35195
			3987 to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
			3994 Lend-Lease to China Mar 1944
			3996 Lend-Lease to China Mar 1944
			3997 Lend-Lease to China Mar 1944
			3999 (71st Tactical Recon Group, 17th Tactical Recon SQ) shot down by small arms fire
				Apr 16, 1945 off Bias Bay, China coast.  MACR 14274.  3 KIA, 3 rescued by submarine.
			4000 (340th BG) lost Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12567
			4013 (340th BG) lost Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 7331
			4018 (310th BG) lost Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6090
			4021 (321st BG) lost Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 13745
			4022 (340th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945.  MACR 11835
			4026 (321st BG) lost May 31,1 944.  MACR 4823
			4030 (MSN 108-24356) modified as VB-25J for use as General Eisenhower's personal transport.  It was taken from 
				the Kansas City line and transferred to the Inglewood CA line for extensive modifications.  Accepted May 12, 1944. 
				In 1958, reassigned to 1001st Air Base Wing at Andrews AFB, MD where it served as a government VIP transport. 
				To Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, December 1958-1959.  To Lanward Leasing Corp, El Paso, TX, April 22, 1959-1961.
				Registered as N3339G.  To Southwest Air Rangers, El Paso, TX, May 1961-1962.
				To Perry Logan, Littleton, CO, July 1962.  To Eldorado Corp, Dallas, TX, August 1962-1963.
				To Joseph C. Frazier, El Paso, TX, May 1963-1965.  To Newell R. Hayes, El Paso, TX, July 1965-1970.
				Displayed at The Air Museum, Ontario, CA, 1966-1970.  To Edward T. Maloney/The Air Museum, Ontario (later Chino), 
				CA, October 1970-1978.  Sold to USAFM, March AFB, CA, 1984-1985.  Displayed as 34030/Blonde Bomber.
				To South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD, 1984-2012.  Displayed as 34030 & 44-39340.
			4033 (340th BG) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13705
			4038 (340th BG) lost Mar 20, 1945.  MACR 13205
			4042 (310th BG) lost Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6089
			4046 (340th BG) lost Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 7973
			4051 (321st BG) lost Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7064
			4055 crash landing at Tulln Airbase, Austria Mar 1, 1946
			4059 (310th BG) lost Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5826
			4062 (340th BG) lost Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12707
			4064 (340th BG, 489th BS, "8U") lost Jan 21, 1945.  MACR 11712.  After bombing San Michele, flak started 
         			but nobody was hit. Changing heading to join Corsica, strong blast of wind unbalanced
         			the "8U". It collided with the tail of 43-27657 "8P" and
         			killed the tail gunner.  Entered spin and crashed with crew members KIA.
			4067 (321st BG, 448th BS, *The Big Swing*) crashed in Switzerland Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12135
			4069 (321st BG) lost Jan 18, 1945.  MACR 11713
			4071 (340th BG) lost Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 66611
			4076 (321st BG, 448th BS) crashed in Switzerland Feb 27, 1945.  MACR 12708
			4082 (340th BG) lost Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 12980
			4086 (341st BG) lost Feb 10, 1945.  MACR 12043
			4087 (310th BG) lost Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6040 
43-4105/4404	North American B-25H-1 Mitchell
			MSN 98-21106/98-21405
			4105 first flew Jul 31, 1943.  Stress tested to destruction by the manufacturer.
			4106 sold to Bendix as N5548N.  Airworthy
				with Weary Warriors Squadron, Rockford, IL.
				I saw this one on 8-5-95 at Aurora, Ill.
			4108 listed as crash wreck in Alaska. I have a report of it having gone
				down in a storm on Feb 18, 1944 about 35 mi NE of Anchorage.  MACR 4100.
				The plane was on some sort of classified mission. Listed as being claimed by US 
				Historical Aircraft Preservation Museum, AK.  Civilian serial
				number N58HA associated with the plane.  This seems to have been part
				of a scam in which people would register unrecovered B-25s in an
				attempt to get part of the take if and when they were actually found and
				recovered.  Plane now listed as being in storage at US Historical Preservation
				Museum at Anchorage.  Reservation N58HA reserved Mar 1985 for USAFM
			4113 Lend-Lease to China
			4114 (1st BG) lost Aug 14, 1944.  MACR 7670 and 7347
			4115/4124 Lend-Lease to China
				4120 ended up with People's Liberation Army Air Force as 120 and was on display at Chinese Peoples 
					Revolution Museum at Beijing by 1965 and last note 1990.  Thought to have gone into storage somewhere.
			4129 lost Aug 5, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 8784
			4131 Lend-Lease to China
			4134 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
			4146 Lend-Lease to China
			4152 crashed into sea 1 1/2 miles off Polia Bay, Oahu, Hawaiil Mar 15, 1944.
				MACR 16409
			4155 (341st BG) lost Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3272
			4159 (341st BG) lost Mar 5, 1945.  MACR 12925
			4178 (7th BG) lost Dec 23, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 12257
			4179 (5th BG0 lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 5347
			4183 Lend-Lease to China
			4184 Lend-Lease to China
			4186 Lend-Lease to China
			4188 Lend-Lease to China
			4189 Lend-Lease to China
			4193 Lend-Lease to China
			4199/4203 Lend-Lease to China
			4209 (341st BG) shot down Apr 8, 1944 on raid on Japanese airfield on Hainan Island
			4229 (341st BG, R90th BS) shot down by AAA in Burma Mar 17, 1944.  MACR 3283.  5 KIA
			4242 (1st Air Command Group) crashed Mar 24, 1944 near Thelon, India.  All aboard
				killed.  One of the passengers was British Army Major General Orde Charles
				Wingate, commander of the Chindits.
			4279/4286 Lend-Lease to China
			4289 Lend-Lease to China
			4291 Lend-Lease to China
			4292 Lend-Lease to China
			4294/4301 Lend-Lease to China
			4305 lost Niihau Island, HI Jul 23, 1945.  4 killed, 1 survived.
			4307 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jul 4, 1945 to Jan 1951.
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
			4329 Lend-Lease to China.  4329 ended up with People's Liberation Army Air Force as 329 and was on display 
				at Chinese Peoples Revolution Museum at Beijing by 1965 and last note 1990.  Thought to have gone into 
				storage somewhere
			4330 lost Feb 14, 1944, Central Pacific.
			4336 sold on civilian market in 1950.  Succession of owners.
				Civilian registrations N67998, N96GC, N66TI.  Crashed
				in 1975 after alleged drug smuggling operation.  Remained
				on the FAA active list according to Scott Thompson, but
				his latest list lists it as being destroyed.  Reported
				as having crashed near Dawsonville, GA as N96GC Jun 3, 1975
				during a marijuana smuggling flight.
			4368 (341 BG, 490 BS) lost Feb 26, 1944, CBI theatre
			4395 (341st BG) shot down Apr 8, 1944 on raid on Japanese airfield on Hainan Island
			4403 (490th BG, 341st BS) crashed in raid on Momgpawn, 
				Burma 2/1/1945.  All 5 crew killed.
43-4405/4704	North American B-25H-5 Mitchell
			MSN 98-21406/98-21705
			4406 modified as NA-98X with R2800 engines.  First flight Mar 31, 1944.
				Crashed Apr 24, 1944 when aircraft was flown beyond its 
				structural limits.  Both crew killed.
			4432 (MSN 98-21433) SOC at RFC Altus, OK.   sold on commercial market as N90399.  Later N10V.  
				Used in film *Catch 22*. Registration N410V was a film serial, presumably mistaken for a US registration..
				Now with Experimental Aircraft Association of Oshkosh, WI as N10V.
				Also appeared as a VIP transport with a pinkish paint scheme
			4447 crashed May 29, 1945 on Crystal Peak, CA, 11 mi SW of Reno, NV.  Was enroute from Hill Field, 
				Utah to Salinas, California. Pilot ran into thunderstorms and turbulence over Truckee, 
				California. Reversed his course, let his speed become too great and the plane broke apart 
				inflight. A young girl who witnessed crash said engines sounded like they were screaming 
				as plane sped towards the ground. Outer wings broke off at the landing lights as well as tail 
				feathers. All aboard killed.
			4450 remains noted in 1977 at Girua AP, Popondetta, PNG.
			4471 to USN as PBJ-1H 35280 
			4478 Lend-Lease to China
			4481 Lend-Lease to China
			4482 to USN as PBJ-1H 35281 
			4483 Lend-Lease to China
			4492 to USN as PBJ-1H 35282 
			4513 (42nd BG, 40th BS) force-landed at Talasea, Papua Sep 3, 1944 following combat damage.
				Wreck still extant in 1989.
			4530 to USN as PBJ-1H 88872
			4536 to RB-25H. To RFC.  Sold via RFC Nov 9, 1945 to Cuban AF as 300.  MAP to Uruguyan as Jan 1958 as 164.
			4542/4544 to USN as PBJ-1H 35283/35285 
			4551 lost Jul 10, 1945, Central Pacific.
			4587 Lend-Lease to China
			4588 Lend-Lease to China
			4589 Lend-Lease to China
			4590 Lend-Lease to China
			4591/4593 to USN as PBJ-1H 35286/35288 
			4638 to USN as PBJ-1H 88873
			4643 (MSN 98-21664) later redesignated TB-25H.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Purchased by Paul Mantz
				Feb 19, 1946 for use as camera platform (NX1203).  Sold
				in 1975 and went through a succession of users. Used in film *Catch 22*, registered N1203, film serial
				01203.  Was camera ship.  During filmining, a cameraman fell out and was killed.
				Ended up in South America running drugs.  Written off after a crash landing in 1981.  				
				While this machine was allegedly destroyed in Colombia, it was reported still to be flying in South America.
			4645 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946 and stored.  
				Rebuilt by Frank Abel in 1953 and assigned N123A.  To Mexico as XC-BIV 
				and operated as an executive transport.
			4654 to USN as PBJ-1H 88874
			4655 to USN as PBJ-1H 35292 
			4656 to USN as PBJ-1H 35259 
			4658 to USN as PBJ-1H 35293 
			4659/4660 to USN as PBJ-1H 35250/35251 
			4661 to USN as PBJ-1H 88875
			4662 Lend-Lease to China
			4663 Lend-Lease to China
			4664/4666 to USN as PBJ-1H 35294/35296 
			4667 to USN as PBJ-1H 35252 
			4668 Lend-Lease to China
			4669 to USN as PBJ-1H 35253 
			4670 to USN as PBJ-1H 35260 
			4671/4673 to USN as PBJ-1H 35254/35256 
			4674 to Chinese Nationalist Air Force
			4675 to USN as PBJ-1H 35261 
			4676 to USN as PBJ-1H 35257 
			4678 Lend-Lease to China
			4679 Lend-Lease to China
			4680 Lend-Lease to China
			4681 Lend-Lease to China
			4682/4684 to USN as PBJ-1H 35289/35291 
			4685/4702 to USN as PBJ-1H 35262/35279 
			4703 to USN as PBJ-1H 88876
			4704 to USN as PBJ-1H 88877
43-4705/5104	North American B-25H-10 Mitchell
			MSN 98-21706/98-22105
			4705 to USN as PBJ-1H 89051 
			4709 to USN as PBJ-1H 35297 
			4710 to USN as PBJ-1H 35258 
			4711/4883 to USN as PBJ-1H 88878/89050 
			4896 ditched off Guam Apr 6, 1945.
			4899 sold on commercial market in 1946.  N66572, N1582V, N37L.  Converted to executive transport.  Now
				on display at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Kalamazoo, MI as N37L.
			4905 (341st BG) lost Oct 17, 1944.  MACR 11697
			4915 MIA Sep 8, 1945.  Wreckage found Dec 24, 1995 on the edge of a cliff near Timkua,
				West Irian, Indonesia.  Remains of crew recovered Jan 1999.
			4999 sold on commercial market as N3970C.  At one stage was 2502 of
				Dominican AF.  Now owned by New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.
			5022 sold on commercial market 1946 as N4903V.  Scavenged for spare parts.
			5028/5047 to USN as PBJ-1H 89052/89071 
			5049/5098 Lend-Lease to China
				5068 lost Aug 7, 1944, British West Indies.
			5103 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas
			5104 was last B-25 off the production line at Englewood, California.  Went to 81st BS, 12th BG in India
43-5105/5108	Noorduyn UC-64B Norseman
			MSN 96/99.  Were formerly RCAF 496/499.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham
			5105 (MSN 96) Delivered to RCAF as 496 January 15, 1943; No. 11 A.T. District, Montreal, Quebec; SOC March 29, 1943; 
				To USAAF, Dayton, Ohio March 29, 1943; 11th Air Force, Alaska; damaged in a taxying accident, 
				Carpenter Lake, British Columbia, Canada February 15, 1944; registered N53214, cancelled on export.  
		   	5106 (MSN 97) Delivered to RCAF as 497 January 15, 1943; No. 11 A.T. District Montreal , Quebec; SOC March 29, 1943; 
				To USAAF, Dayton, Ohio March 29, 1943; 11th Air Force, Alaska; landing accident at Fort Vermillion, 
				Alberta August 14, 1943;  Destroyed in a landing accident at Gunn, Alberta May 14, 1944
			5107 (MSN 98) Delivered to RCAF as 498; to USAAF; Engineering Corps, Edmonton, Alberta, November 4, 1942; Northwest Airline, 
				Air Transport Command, Edmonton; damaged landing Edmonton December 4, 1942; to USAAF Mar 29 , 1943.
				To 11th Air Force, Alaska May 1, 1943; flown to Alaska May 29, 1943; 
				damaged in a takeoff accident Little Evies Lake, Yukon October 16, 1943; To Reconstruction Finance 
				Corporation; registered N64411, cancelled.
			5108 (MSN 99) Delivered to RCAF as 499 January 15, 1943; No. 11 A.T. District, Montreal, Quebec; damaged 
				during test flight when crash landed due weather NW of Whitecrest, Alberta March 26, 1943; 
				SOC March 29, 1943; to USAAF, Dayton, Ohio March 29, 1943; 
				Sold as war surplus to Pell Audio Enterprises, New York, NY; registered N60465, cancelled.