1943 USAAF Serial Numbers (43-5109 to 43-52437)


Last revised November 21, 2021




43-5109/5402		Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman
				MSN 100/393.  
				5109 (MSN 100) Delivered to USAAF March 2, 1943; Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio March 3, 1943;   to RFC at 
					Camden, SC Dec 3, 1945.  
					To civil registry with Berry’s Ajax Hatchery, Quincy, Illinois; registered NC64460, cancelled.
				5110 (MSN 101) 	Delivered to USAAF January 13, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque Isle, Maine January 21, 1943; 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air 
					Transport Command May 1, 1943; accident October 6, 1944 ; salvaged February 27, 1945.
				5111 (MSN 102) Delivered to USAAF January 18, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque Isle, Maine January 21, 1943; 
					North Atlantic Wing, 
					Air Transport Command May 1, 1943; accident May 29, 1943; condemned May 29, 1943; 1383rd Base Unit, 
					North Atlantic Division, Air Transport Command, Goose Bay, Labrador; 
					Crashed 18 miles E of Goose Bay, Labrador October 5, 1946.
				5112 (MSN 103) Delivered to USAAF January 31, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Alaska 
					Division, Edmonton, Alberta February 14, 1943; Alaska May 1, 1943; damaged in a landing accident 
					at Fort McMurray, Alberta October 22, 1943; damaged landing at Mills Lake, NWT April 26, 1944; 
					accident taking off at Calgary, Alberta December 11, 1944; accident January 11, 1945; 
					salvaged April 4, 1945.
				5113 (MSN 104) Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 3, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan 
					March 7, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Edmonton March 15, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska May 1, 1943; 
					1452nd Base Unit, Edmonton, Alberta ; destroyed in landing accident 65 miles N of Fort 
					McMurray Alberta July 26, 1944, pilot killed; salvaged October 18, 1944; sold as war 
					surplus to J.E. Jack, Miami, Florida.
				5114 (MSN 105) Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 3, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan 
					March 7, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Edmonton, Alberta; 11th AF, May 1, 1943; damaged 
					by fire on ground 5 miles E of Cape Rodney, Alaska October 21, 1944; USAAF record 
					terminated May 26, 1948; sold as war surplus to Estrella Fruit Shipping Corp., 
					New Orleans, Louisiana; registered N79912, revoked 14Jan77
				5115 (MSN 106)Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 3, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan 
					March 3, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Edmonton March 15; 25th Ferrying Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group;  
					crash landed SE of Edmonton, Canada at Cooking Lake, Alberta Jul 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				5116 (MSN 107) Delivered to USAAF February 27, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 9, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska May 1, 1943
					Damaged Oct 18, 1943 while being lifted from water at Cooking Lake, 25 mi SE of Edmonton, 
					Alberta Oct 18, 1943.  Repaired.
					returned to US; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana; To Reconstruction 
					Finance Corporation, Augusta, Georgia September 17, 1945; sold as war surplus to Paul 
					Horvath, Miami, Florida.[reported as registered NC55444 but this was MSN 140, qv].
				5117 (MSN 108) Delivered to USAAF February 28, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 3, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska May 1, 1943; 
					24th CPG;  Lost Sep 27, 1943 45 mi S of Ruby, Alaska when plane
					ran out of fuel and pilot bailed out.  MACR 558
				5118 (MSN 109) 	Delivered to the USAF February 26, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 9, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska May 1, 1943; 
					returned to US; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana; Reconstruction 
					Finance Corporation, Ontario, California April 19, 1945; To F.M. Bird [Bird Airways], 
					Long Beach, California; registered 12Dec45 as NC88718, cancelled 6Feb48 on export to 
					Venezuela; registered YV-C-BPY.
				5119 (MSN 110) Delivered to USAAF March 5, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, 
					Alaska Division, Edmonton, Alberta March 11, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan 
					March 15, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska March 1, 1943 and delivered March 29, 1943; 
					Damaged landing at Fish Lake, Yukon April 12, 1943; damaged in takeoff accident at 
					Nelson Forks, British Columbia March 4, 1945; returned to the US; may have been written off.
				5120 (MSN 111) Delivered to USAAF March 15, 1943; Bolling AFB, Washington, DC March 19, 1943; 
					Romulus, Michigan March 22, 1943; Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio April 9, 1943; 11th AF, 
					Alaska May 1, 1943, delivered May 29, 1943; To Wien Alaska Airlines; registered NC79902; 
					Parachutes Incorporated 1962; flown to Orange, Massachusetts and modified for sky diving use; 
					damaged at Lakewood, New Jersey July, 1963, the pilot was landing the plane and was the 
					victim of a gust that make the aircraft skid 170 feet before flipping onto its back; 
					registered N7990K; substantially damaged in forced landing caused by engine failure at 
					Orange, MA September 10, 1973, part of the air intake broke free and lodged in the 
					throttle plate; registration cancelled; the aircraft was acquired by a couple of 
					Canadians who hauled it away on a flatbed truck; later reported at Willow, Alaska; 
					registration N7990K assigned 27Dec02, ntu, cancelled 24Oct12..
				5121 (MSN 112) Delivered to USAAF March 20, 1943; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, 
					Montana March 23, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan March 26, 1943; damaged 
					landing at Fort Nelson, British Columbia December 11, 1944; Reconstruction Finance 
					Corporation; W.L. Roberts, San Diego, California; registered NC18782; To Guiana 
					Goldfields Ltd, Georgetown, British Guiana 1950; registered VP-GAB; WFU 1951, 
					reported as abandoned by the owner .
				5122 (MSN 113) Delivered to USAAF March 22, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque Isle, Maine 
					March 25, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command May 1, 1943; Reykjavik, 
					Iceland July 14, 1943; sold as war surplus to H.F. Loftleider, Reykjavik; 
					registered TF-RVE; crashed while landing on rough water at Patreksfjörður, Iceland  April 15, 1946.
				5123 (MSN 114) Delivered to USAAF March 22, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque Isle, Maine March 26; 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command May 1, 1943; damaged landing at Presque Isle 
					May 7, 1943; condemned on December 29, 1943.
				5124 (MSN 115) Delivered to USAAF March 26, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque Isle, Maine March 29; 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command; damaged landing at Presque Isle May 19, 1943; 
					1383rd Base Unit, North Atlantic. Division, Air Transport Command, Goose Bay, Labrador; 
					crash landed one mile S of Double Island, Labrador February 18, 1947.
				5125 (MSN 116) Delivered to USAAF March 26, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque Isle, Maine 
					March 29, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command; 1387th Base Unit, North Atlantic 
					Division, Air Transport Command, Gander, Newfoundland; accident [act of god] when unoccupied 
					at Gander Lake December 19, 1944; condemned December 28, 1944
				5126 (MSN 117)Delivered to USAAF March 27, 1943; Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio April 5, 1943; 
					New Castle, Delaware May 29, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania June 3, 1943; 
					Natick, Massachusetts June 22, 1943; Narsarsuak, Greenland November, 1943
				5127 (MSN 118) Delivered to USAAF March 29, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska; Ladd, Fairbanks, 
					Alaska April 14, 1943 Elmendorf, Anchorage May 7, 1943; 400th Air Base Squadron, Alaska; 
					damaged in a ground loop accident September 7, 1944; Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
					November 20, 1945; William Lavery, Fairbanks, Alaska; registered N91019 October 14, 1946, 
					cancelled July 13, 1949.
				5128 (MSN 119) Delivered to USAAF April 8, 1943; Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska April 14, 1943; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana April 20, 1943; 11th AF, 
					Alaska; Ladd Field, Alaska May 1, 1943; 24th Air Base Squadron, Alaska; destroyed in a 
					takeoff accident at Lake Iliamna, Alaska August 21, 1943; condemned September 14, 1943
				5129 (MSN 120) Delivered to USAAF April 9, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					April 14, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan April 16, 1943; 494th Base Unit, 
					Presque Isle, Maine May 14, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command May 15, 1943; 
					Accident at Presque Isle July 26, 1943; Accident November 5, 1943; condemned November 24.
				5130 (MSN 121) Delivered to USAAF April 9, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					April 14, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan April 16, 1943; 494th Base Unit, 
					Presque Isle, Maine May 14, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command May 15, 1943; 
					destroyed in crash following engine failure at Cape Harrison, Labrador December 13, 1943
				5131 (MSN 122) Delivered to USAAF April 19, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					May 9, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command May 15, 1943; 494th Base Unit, 
					Presque Isle, Maine May 16, 1943; ditched 40 miles NNW of Mingan, Quebec September 12, 1944
				5132 (MSN 123) Delivered to USAAF April 22, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					April 27, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan May 9, 1943; 494th Base Unit, 
					Presque Isle, Maine May 14, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command May 15, 1945; 
					Romulus, Michigan May 28, 1945; damaged in a takeoff accident at Goose Bay, Labrador on 
					May 2, 1945; condemned October 4, 1945.  
				5133 (MSN 124)Delivered to USAAF April 22, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					April 29, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan May 9, 1943; 494th Base Unit, Presque 
					Isle, Maine May 14, 1943; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command April 15, 1943; 
					Goose Bay, Labrador; Damaged when ground looped at Mingan, Quebec October 16, 1946.
				5134 (MSN 125) Delivered to USAAF May 12, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					May 29, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan; Olmstead June 3, 1943; Natick, 
					Massachusetts July 7, 1943; Reykjavik, Iceland November 1943; 33rd FS; 
					destroyed in a crash 4 miles WNW of Camp Cameron, Iceland October 22, 1944; pilot was killed.
				5135 (MSN 126) Delivered to USAAF May 14, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan April 30, 1943; 
					Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania June 5, 1943; Reykjavik, Iceland November, 1943; 
					Sold as surplus to H.F Loftleider, Reykjavik, Iceland in 1945; registered TF-RVD; 
					Crashed while landing on rough water near Reykjavik on June 26, 1946.
				5136 (MSN 127) Delivered to USAAF May 26, 1943; 60th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, 
					Romulus, Michigan May 28, 1943; accident landing at Olmsted, Pennsylvania June 1, 1943; 
					repaired; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania June 24, 1943; Natick, Massachusetts 
					July 27, 1943; Reykjavik, Iceland November 1943; Sold as surplus to Flugfelag Islands, H.F., 
					“Dynfaxi”, Reykjavik, Iceland in 1946; registered TF-ISV; destroyed 1953.
				5137 (MSN 128) Delivered to USAAF May 17, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal AF 
					May 1943; serial FR405; No 45 (Atlantic Ferry) Group, Transport Command, Canada; 
					Crashed and destroyed at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island May 1, 1945; pilot and passenger killed.
				5138 (MSN 129) Delivered to USAAF April 6, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					AF April, 1943; serial FR406; No 45 (Atlantic Ferry) Group, Transport Command, Canada; 
					Sold as surplus to Thunder Bay Airlines, Fort William, Ontario; registered May 15, 1946 
					as CF-BTH; registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario July 21, 1947; used 
					on skis for USAF research and field tests during Project SOIAS (Sliding On Ice and Snow) 1951; 
					returning from McDowell Lake, Ontario, the aircraft attempted to land one hour after 
					dark [for which it was not approved], hit tall trees on high ground, crashed into 
					water and hit rocks at Red Lake, Ontario October 22, 1951, pilot killed and aircraft destroyed. 
				5139 (MSN 130) Delivered to USAAF May 10, 1943; 1452nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Alaska 
					Division, Edmonton, Alberta May 18, 1943; 74th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, 
					Romulus, Michigan; damaged landing when ground looped at Gore Field, Montana  May 23, 1943.
				5140 (MSN 131) Delivered to USAAF May, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska; returned to the US; 7th 
					Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana; destroyed taking off at Fort Norman, NWT 
					August 31, 1943; Reconstruction Finance Corporation; Registered NC45380, cancelled; 
					Registered CF-DRE to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario March 16, 1953; 
					Registered to Hooker Air Service, Pickle Lake, Ontario in 1962; 
					Crashed on takeoff at Pickle Lake December 19, 1964, frost on wings was blamed; 
					registered  to Bruce Hallock, Yellowknife, NWT, 1968; registered to Parsons Airways 
					Northern, Flin Flon, Manitoba,  August 13, 1969; registered to Thompson’s Camp Ltd., 
					La Ronge, Saskatchewan, June 29, 1970; registered to Norm. Rondeau, Winnipeg, Manitoba 
					(Moose Nose Airways, Ilford, Man.) June 19, 1972; sold May 27, 1982; registration 
					cancelled May 27, 1982; fuselage reported seen at Red Lake Seaplane Service, Red Lake, 
					Ontario; fuselage bought by British Columbia Aviation Museum, Sidney, BC; 
					registered July 14, 2003, current; the aircraft was restored to airworthy condition 
					using major parts from CF-JDG (44-70273); preserved and on display at the British 
					Columbia Aviation Museum, Sidney, BC.
				5141 (MSN 132) Delivered to USAAF May 8, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan; 7th 
					Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, June 6, 1943; Alaska June 19, 1943; 
					1460th Base Unit, Fort Nelson, British Columbia; damaged taxying at Nelson Forks, BC 
					March 25, 1945; Reconstruction Finance Corporation October 4, 1945; sold to A. Almosling, 
					Washington, DC; registered NC53456, cancelled.
				5142 (MSN 133)  Delivered to USAAF May 14, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan May 18, 1943; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana June 24, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska  
					July 2, 1943; damaged taxying at Marks Field, Nome, Alaska, January 23, 1944; damaged in 
					a weather related ground accident while parked at Nome, Alaska, October 17, 1944; damaged 
					taxying at American River, Alaska, February 13, 1944; damaged in a landing accident at 
					Cape Rodney, Alaska, February 17, 1944; damaged when force landed due weather Inglutalik 
					River, 12 miles SE of Koyu, Alaska December 19, 1944; accident March 11, 1945;  
					condemned March 24, 1945.
				5143 (MSN 134) ) Delivered to USAAF May 19, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan May 24, 1943; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana May 30, 1943; Alaska June 1, 1943; 
					Crashed on takeoff at Carcross, Yukon, Canada October 17, 1943.
				5144 (MSN 135) Delivered to USAAF May 19, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan on May 21, 1943; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana; Alaska June 1, 1943; 
					Destroyed in a forced landing due to engine failure 40 miles north of Wrigley, NWT, March 10, 1944.
				5145 (MSN 136) Delivered to USAAF; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF, serial 787; 
					delivered June 10, 1943; converted to Mk. VI July 7, 1943; No. 413 Squadron [AP-P], Rockcliffe, 
					Ontario; No. 408 Squadron [AK-F], Rockcliffe, Ontario, radio call sign VC-AKF; 
					storage 1962 to 1964; restored by the National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Ontario; 
					preserved and on display in the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa, Canada.
				5146 (MSN 137) Delivered to USAAF; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF, serial 788; 
					delivered June 10, 1943; converted to Mk. VI July 7, 1943; No. 3 Training Command, for 
					survey work; No. 167 (Comm) Squadron, RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS, 6 December 1943; No. 4 
					Repair Depot 14 May 1945, for painting yellow and float installation; Eastern Air Command; 
					storage at No. 6 Repair Depot 7 November 1945; War Assets Corporation September 5, 1946; 
					Mr. Kashower of Oshawa, Ontario, 1947; registered CF-EIB; Austin Airways May 5, 1947; 
					sold in damaged condition 1957; registration expired November 8, 1957; registered March 27, 1962; 
					Vaillancourt Air Service, Sherbrooke, Quebec; St. Felicien Air Service, St. Felicien, Quebec 1965; 
					registration cancelled December 3, 1985; Reported to have sunk in a northern lake circa 1983; 
					fuselage may have been recovered for use in rebuilding CF-LFR (N29-55).
				5147 (MSN 138) Delivered to USAAF; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF, serial 789; 
					delivered June 10, 1943; converted to Mk. VI July 7, 1943; Survey operations on Baffin Island, 
					summer of 1943; reported damaged and major rebuild including new fuselage, dates not confirmed; 
					operated in Arctic post war, coded "GHD"; radio call sign VC-GHD; SOC January 20, 1956; 
					Noorduyn Aircraft; registered CF-INN; refurbished by Noorduyn to Mk. V standards; Lamb 
					Airways of La Pas, Manitoba; registered 26 November 1956; Northward Aviation of Edmonton, 
					Alberta 7 August 1964, operated into NWT on skis; Northlands Airlines of Winnipeg 3 April 1967; 
					Crashed in Sharpe Lake, Manitoba on 23 June 1967, loaded with one passenger, freight and an 
					external canoe, the aircraft circled the landing area and stalled, struck the water and sank, 
					pilot and passenger evacuated the aircraft, but unable to reach shore, the pilot died of exposure.
				5148 (MSN 139) Delivered to USAAF; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF, serial 790; 
					delivered June 10, 1943; converted to Mk. VI July 7, 1943; Test and Development Establishment 
					at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario; operated post war as a SAR aircraft; No. 435 (T) Squadron, 
					Winnipeg, Rockcliffe 28 October 1946; Rockcliffe December 1946; SOC August 22, 1955; 
					registered CF-IJG; Georgian Bay Airways of Perry Sound, Ontario on 25 August 1955; sale 
					reported 1976; reported stored on farm near Gravenhurst, Ontario; registration cancelled 1982
				5149 (MSN 140) Delivered to USAAF; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF, serial 791; 
					delivered June 10, 1943; converted to Mk. VI July 7, 1943; No.13 (P) Squadron at RCAF 
					Station Rockcliffe, Ontario; registered N55444; Fleetway Inc. of Burbank, California; 
					Linea Aérea de Transporte Nacional (LATN), Paraguay 1954; registered ZP-CAZ
				5150 (MSN 141) Delivered to USAAF; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF, serial 792; 
					delivered June 10, 1943; converted to Mk. VI July 7, 1943; No. 12 (Comm) Squadron, 
					RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario; SOC August 22, 1955; registered CF-IGX; Georgian Bay 
					Airways of Perry Sound, Ontario 1956; Mattagami Airways of Moonbeam, Ontario 29 September 1958; 
					registration expired 17 June 1965, cancelled in 1982; rebuilt by Gordon Hughes of Ignace,
					Ontario; registered September 1990; J. Olsen and Eagle Air Service of Wollaston Lake, 
					Saskatchewan 24 September 1990; David Lindskog of Winnipeg 8 June 1994; registration CF-IGX 
					current [Aug16].
				5151 (MSN 142) Delivered to USAAF June 3, 1943; 80th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, 
					Romulus, Michigan; damaged at Dorval Airport, Montreal, Quebec June 16, 1943 when the 
					right landing strut failed on landing; Kelly AFB, Texas December 21, 1943, arriving at 
					Kelly January 10, 1944; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arkansas; Bemidji 
					Airlines, Bemidji, Minnesota; registered N57977, cancelled; Alaska Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.
				5152 (MSN 143)  Delivered to USAAF May 31, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					June 6, 1943; to Natick, Massachusetts July 27, 1943; shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland 
					September 4, 1943.
				5153 (MSN 144) Delivered to USAAF May 31, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					June 6, 1943; to Natick, Massachusetts July 27, 1943; to Narsarsuak, Greenland September 4, 1943.
				5154 (MSN 145) Delivered to USAAF June 3, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan June 21; 
					Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania July 15, 1943; to Natick, Massachusetts July 30, 1943; 
					shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland September 4, 1943; 1383rd Base Unit, North Atlantic Division, 
					Air Transport Command, Goose Bay, Labrador; missing near Double Mor Lake, Labrador March 13, 1947
				5155 (MSN 146) Delivered to the USAF June 9, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					July 13, 1943; to Natick, Massachusetts August 1, 1943; shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland 
					September 4, 1943; destroyed by fire Greenland February 3, 1944.
				5156 (MSN 147) Delivered to USAAF June 11, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan July 16, 1943; 
					to Lowry Field, Denver, Colorado July 23, 1943; HQ Squadron, Peterson, Colorado Springs, 
					Colorado 1944; Reconstruction Finance Corporation; J. McCrow, McMinnville, Oregon; 
					registered NC50051; Transocean Airlines, Seattle, Washington; Ontario Central Airlines, 
					Kenora, Ontario 1953; registration CF-DRG assigned March 16, 1953; ferried to Kenora, 
					Ontario September 1954; registered September 2, 1954; damaged by hail storm at Separation 
					Lake Lodge, Kenora, Ontario 1955; Bohman Airways, Rainy River, Ontario; destroyed near 
					North Spirit Lake, Ontario October 19, 1958 when it crashed and burned, killing the pilot.
				5157 (MSN 148) Delivered to USAAF June 8, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska July 26, 1943; 
					5th AF, Pacific; 397th Air Base Squadron; damaged in a takeoff accident at Berry 
					Airfield (12 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea September 30, 1943; condemned June 27, 1945; 
					gained from condemned June 2, 1946; placed on the excessive inventory list; Alaska Airlines Inc., 
					Anchorage, Alaska; registered N91018, cancelled.
				5158 (MSN 149) Delivered to USAAF June 10, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan July 20, 1943; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana July 21, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska 
					July 29, 1943; accident November 22, 1943; condemned on December 28, 1943.
				5159 (MSN 150) Delivered to USAAF July 9, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan on July 20; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana July 22, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska 
					July 29, 1943; Accident May 1, 1945; condemned July 27, 1945; gained from condemned June 2, 1946; 
					To Alaska Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; registered N91017 April 21, 1950, cancelled July 13, 1953.
				5160 (MSN 151) Delivered to USAAF June 16, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					August 6, 1943; to Natick, Massachusetts August 14, 1943; shipped to Narsarsuak, Greenland 
					October 1943
				5161 (MSN 152) Delivered to USAAF June 16, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					July 29, 1943; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana August 16, 1943; 
					Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska August 27, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska; 396th Base HQ & Base 
					Squadron, Fort Randall, Cold Bay, Alaska; Destroyed by fire while parked at Fort Randall 
					January 16, 1945; salvaged February 23, 1945.
				5162 (MSN 153) Delivered to USAAF June 23, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					July 29, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan August 16, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, 
					Alaska August 29, 1943; Reconstruction Finance Corporation September 18, 1945; registered to 
					the Civil Aeronautics Authority as NC158; reregistered N158M; operated by the CAA from 1946 to 1950.
				5163 (MSN 154) 	Delivered to USAAF June 23, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					July 29, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan August 16, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, 
					Alaska August 22, 1943;  464th Air Base Squadron; destroyed in a crash following engine 
					failure at Kiska, Alaska August 29, 1944, pilot was killed; condemned on October 24, 1944.
				5164 (MSN 155) Delivered to USAAF July 26, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					August 1, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan August 16, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, 
					Alaska July 20, 1943; 11th AF, Pacific; 397th Air Base Squadron; Damaged on ground 
					due to weather at Attu, Alaska December 21, 1944; salvaged February 23, 1945.
				5165 (MSN 156) Delivered to USAAF July 26, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					August 1, 1943; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan August 16, 1943; Elmendorf, Anchorage, 
					Alaska July 20, 1943; accident February 21, 1945; salvaged February 23, 1945; registered 
					N17665, cancelled.
				5166 (MSN 157) Delivered to USAAF August 5, 1943; Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio August 16, 1943; 
					Long Beach, California; shipped to Calcutta, India February 1944; 10th AF; accident 
					May 31, 1945; condemned August 8, 1945.
				5167 (MSN 158) Delivered to USAAF July 13, 1943; McClellan, Sacramento, California August 10, 1943; 
					shipped to Calcutta, India February, 1944; 10th AF; Detachment 5, 52nd Service Group; 
					Damaged in ground loop at Warazup, Burma January 1, 1945; accident June 16, 1945; 
					salvaged September 5, 1945..
				5168 (MSN 159) Delivered to USAAF July 13, 1943; McClellan, Sacramento, California August 10, 1943; 
					shipped to Calcutta, India February, 1944; 10th AF; Accident June 16, 1945; 
					salvaged September 5, 1945.
				5169 (MSN 160) 	Delivered to USAAF July 14, 1943; McClellan, Sacramento, California August 11, 1943; 
					shipped to Calcutta, India February 1944; 10th AF; 1st Air Commando Group, Sasol, India; 
					Used as a tug for Aeronca TG-5 gliders; Damaged while parked at Chittagong, India March 19, 1945, 
					struck by C-46D 42-101190 during takeoff.
				5170 (MSN 161) Delivered to USAAF July 14, 1943; HQ Squadron, Patterson, Fairfield Air Depot, Ohio; 
					126th Base Unit, Walterboro, South Carolina; damaged landing at Walterboro September 28, 1945; 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 6, 1945; To L.R. Fent, Sycamore, 
					Illinois; registered NC57121, cancelled on export to Canada; Carl Millard Ltd.; Aerial 
					Photography Company Ltd.; registered CF-HAF April 30, 1953; registered to A. Racicot, 
					Montreal Quebec February 24, 1954; registered to Northern Wings Ltd., Sillery, Quebec 
					November 4, 1954; Crashed into bush after take-off from Lake Rapid, Quebec August 30, 1957, 
					killing the pilot.
				5171 (MSN 162) Delivered to USAAF July 13, 1943: HQ Squadron, Patterson, Fairfield Air Depot, Ohio; 
					478th Air Base Squadron December 20, 1943; Reconstruction Finance Corporation ; To W.C. Clippinger, 
					Kirkwood, Missouri; registered NC54317; To Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland; 
					registered VO-ACD January 4, 1949; Eastern Provincial Airways Ltd. May 22, 1949; registered 
					December 23, 1949 as CF-GPM [after Newfoundland became a Canadian province]; 
					Broke through ice while taxying at St. Anthony Harbour, Newfoundland February 4, 1955; 
					salvaged but later written off due to salt water damage. 
				5172 (MSN 163) Delivered to the USAF July 3, 1943; Kelly AFB, Texas July 31, 1943; Cincinnati, Ohio; 
					Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arkansas 
					November 1945; To Harry Olson, White Bear Lake, Minnesota; registered N61853; 
					Wien Alaska Airlines 1951; Parachutes Incorporated 1962; flown to Orange, Massachusetts and 
					modified for sky diving use; flown to Elsinore, California in 1976 for the opening of a new 
					sky diving facility there; sat idle outside waiting major overhaul from 1980 to 1984; 
					during this period it had been stripped of some parts and was in poor shape; sold at auction 
					in October 1984 to Glen and Wanda Courtright, Oaklawn, Illinois;  trucked to Roswell, New Mexico; 
					underwent a two year restoration process returning it to its original USAAF configuration; 
					painted in Air Transport Command silver and red scheme; based at Kankakee, Illinois; 
					To JW Duff, Denver; registered April 28, 2006; Dave Elliott, Greeley, Colorado; registered 
					April 18, 2014, current [Aug16].
				5173 (MSN 164) Delivered to USAAF July 14, 1943; 478th Base HQ Squadron, Patterson, Fairfield Air 
					Depot, Ohio; Damaged due weather taxying at Smoky Hill, Salina, Kansas March 10, 1944; 
					814th Base Unit, Stout, Indiana; Damaged when ground looped during takeoff at Nashville 
					Municipal Airport, Tennessee July 21, 1945.
				5174 (MSN 165) Delivered to USAAF; remained at Noorduyn for 23 months for extensive flight tests.  
					These tests included various float and landing gear configurations. South American Trading Corp., 
					New York, NY; registered NC58409; civil conversion at All American Aviation Company, DuPont 
					Airfield, Wilmington, Delaware; Compania Dodero Navigacion Argentina SA (CDNA), Argentina; 
					registered LV-AAT May 22, 1946; ferried May 22, 1946 from DuPont Airfield but the US exit 
					was delayed in Brownsville, Texas by the government’s reluctance to deliver authorization to 
					export the aircraft. On June 6 the aircraft was finally allowed to leave to Buenos Aries, 
					arriving at Presidente Rivadavia Airport, Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina June 29, 1946; 
					Aviación del Litoral Fluvial Argentino (ALFA) January 25, 1947; C. Pepe, August 1951; P.V. Alonso; 
					registered LV-FES October 3, 1951; accident at San Justo October 31, 1951.
				5175 (MSN 166) Delivered to USAAF July 16, 1943; HQ Squadron, Oklahoma City Air Service Command, 
					Tinker Field, Oklahoma; Reconstruction Finance Corporation; A.A. Crane, San Diego, California; 
					registered N59558, cancelled on export to Colombia; Transporte Aéreo de Colombia; registered C-710; 
					reregistered HK-710; written off at Caldas, Colombia December 6, 1951
				5176 (MSN 167) Delivered to USAAF July 31, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana August 30, 1943; shipped to Espirito Santo, New Hebrides October 1943.  
					Lost Feb 5, 1945.  MACR 12605.
				5177 (MSN 168) Delivered to USAAF July 19, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana August 30, 1943; shipped to Espirito Santo, New Hebrides October 1943; accident 
					December 6, 1945; salvaged March 7, 1945. 
				5178 (MSN 169) Delivered to USAAF July 31, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana August 31, 1943; shipped to 10th AF, Calcutta, India; destroyed in an accident 
					at Barrackpore, India July 22, 1944.
				5179 (MSN 170) Delivered to USAAF July 31, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 9, 1943; shipped to 10th AF, Karachi, India; operating from Sum Cham, 
					India it went missing on April 25, 1945; salvaged July 3, 1945.
					May have been involved in accident May 19, 1945.  Consigned to salvage Jul 3, 1945.
				5180 (MSN 171) delivered Jul 31, 1943.  Shipped to Karachi, India.  Missing in Sumcham area, 
					Jammu and Kashmir, India Apr 25, 1945.  Condemned Feb 9, 1945.  There may be a confusion 
					between 5179 and 5180.
				5181 (MSN 172) Delivered to USAAF August 2, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 9, 1943; shipped to Karachi, India; accident December 31, 1944; condemned 
					February 9, 1945.
				5182 (MSN 173) Delivered to USAAF August 1943.
				5183 (MSN 174) Delivered to USAAF August 5, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 9, 1943; Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska October, 1943; returned to US; 
					To RFC Ponca City, Oklahoma; To W.L. Roberts, San Diego, California; registered N18784, 
					cancelled on export to British Guiana; To B.S. Camacho, Georgetown, British Guiana; registered VP-GAJ.
				5184 (MSN 175) Delivered to USAAF August 5, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 9, 1943; Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska October 1943; accident May 9, 1945; 
					condemned June 27, 1945; to H. Goodwin, Juneau, Alaska; registered N91011; Beaver Air Service; 
					registered C-GRZI 1983; Grass River Lodge, The Pas, Manitoba November 21, 1986; 
					Kississing Lake Lodge Ltd. [Wings Over Kississing], Flin Flon, Manitoba April 22, 2013; 
					registration current [Aug16]
				5185 (MSN 176) Delivered to USAAF August 5, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 2, 1943; Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska October 1943; accident 
					February 29, 1944; condemned March 30, 1944; gained from condemned April 30, 1944; may have 
					been on loan to the US Navy May 2, 1945 to June 8, 1945; Goose Bay, Labrador; returned to 
					US July 31, 1946; Air Transport Command; 455th Base Unit; damaged taking off at Edmonton, 
					Canada August 1, 1946.
				5186 (MSN 177) Delivered to USAAF August 5, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 24, 1943; shipped to 10th AF, Calcutta, India October 1943; 5318th 
					Provisional Air Unit, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; used in support of the Chindits; 
					Destroyed in a ground loop accident at Wateji, Sindh, India. 
				5187 (MSN 178) Delivered to USAAF August 18, 1943; Republic Aviation Modification Center, Evansville, 
					Indiana September 2, 1943; 7th Ferrying Squadron, 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, 
					Montana November 1, 1943; Damaged taxying at Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana November 18, 1943; 
					11th AF, Alaska; Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska December, 1943; 24th Base Unit; 
					Damaged in a landing accident at Lake Spenard, Alaska July 19, 1944; accident May 9, 1945; 
					condemned June 27, 1945.
				5188 (MSN 179) Delivered to USAAF August 21, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF August 23, 1943 as serial A71-1; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.2 Aircraft Depot, Bankstown, New South Wales October 31, 1943; 
					No.5 Communications Unit, Garbutt, Queensland January 10, 1944; on August 21, 1944, on a flight 
					from Horn Island, Queensland to Merauke, Dutch New Guinea, the engine failed and the aircraft 
					ditched at sea 8 mile SE of Boigu Island, New Guinea. Two crew and four passengers were on board, 
					three survivors were rescued; SOC September 1, 1944.
				5189 (MSN 180) Delivered to USAAF August 21, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF August 23, 1943 as serial A71-2; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.2 Aircraft Depot, Bankstown, New South Wales October 31, 1943; 
					No.9 Communications Unit, Port Moresby, New Guinea December 7, 1943; 
					No.15 Aircraft Repair Depot, Port Moresby for engine repairs; No.9 Communications Unit 
					January 13, 1944; No.5 Communications Unit, Garbutt, Queensland April 14, 1944; wing main 
					spar found broken August 2, 1944; No.6 Aircraft Depot, Oakey, Queensland for repairs 
					August 15, 1944; No.5 Communications Unit October 25, 1944;  Force landed when a connecting 
					rod in the engine failed during takeoff at Garbutt Field, Townsville, Queensland April 11, 1945; 
					No.13 Aircraft Repair Depot, Breddan Field, Queensland October 31, 1945 for renewal of 
					upper fabric; No.5 Communications Unit; No.13 Aircraft Repair Depot February 28, 1946 for 
					spares recovery; SOC March 20, 1946.
				5190 (MSN 181) Delivered to USAAF August 21, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF August 23, 1943; serial A71-3; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.2 Aircraft Depot, Bankstown, New South Wales October 31, 1943; 
					No.5 Communications Unit, Garbutt, Queensland December 5, 1943; on a flight from Archerfield 
					to Townsville the aircraft developed engine troubles and was forced to land on a sandbank 
					in the Burdekin River, 12 miles S of Ravenswood, Queensland December 19, 1944; 
					No.13 Aircraft Repair Depot, January 20, 1945; No. 5 Communications Unit March 11. 1945; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW March 18, 1946 for storage; Commonwealth Disposals 
					Commission October 11, 1948; Zinc Corporation Ltd. Melbourne June 6, 1949; 
					ferried to Broken Hill, NSW for storage pending civil conversion June 28, 1949; 
					Gibbes Sepik Airways, Wewak, New Guinea June 26, 1950; during an attempt to ferry the 
					aircraft to Sydney the aircraft flew through a dust storm, strips of the deteriorated 
					fabric began to tear off the wings and a forced landing was made near Parkes, NSW; 
					civil conversion by Kingsford Smith Aviation Services (KSAS), Bankstown Airport, Sydney, NSW; 
					registered VH-BNT October 20, 1950; on November 3, 1950 it was damaged at Tapini airstrip, 
					Papua New Guinea; ferried to Port Moresby in December; turned over on its back at Lalibu, 
					Papua New Guinea April 17, 1955 when it hit a soft spot while landing on a new runway; 
					on a flight from Minj, Jawaka Province to Mendi, Papua New Guinea the engine failed just 
					after lift-off due to lack of fuel, the aircraft was destroyed.
				5191 (MSN 182) Delivered to USAAF August 26, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF August 27, 1943; serial A71-4; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia October 24, 1943; 
					No.5 Communications Unit [KF-B], Garbutt, Queensland March 20, 1944; 
					No.13 Aircraft Repair Depot, Breddan Field, Queensland October 2, 1944; 
					No.5 Communications Unit October 13, 1944; modified for aerial photography January, 1945; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW, January 18, 1946; crashed near Iron Range Camp, 
					Queensland February 14, 1946. It was delivering rations from Garbutt Field, Townsville to 
					Iron Range Camp. After over-nighting in Cairns, it stopped at Cooktown for fuel then 
					encountered severe weather approaching Iron Range. Radio contact was lost and a search was
					activated. On February 19, 1946 the wreckage was spotted by a searching Catalina. RAAF 
					Court of Enquiry found that the pilot was attempting to land due bad weather at the old 
					Claudie bush strip 10 miles south of Iron Range when the port wing struck a tree. 
					Pilot, one crew and one passenger were killed and the aircraft destroyed. Access to 
					crash site was impossible because of flood waters. Salvaged March 20, 1946.    
				5192 (MSN 183) Delivered to USAAF August 26, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					September 11, 1943; Dover, Delaware December 21, 1943; 1st AF January 2, 1944; 
					312th HQ Squadron, Dover; damaged when ground looped landing at Dover March 22, 1944.
				5193 (MSN 184) Delivered to USAAF August 26, 1943; Oklahoma Air Depot, Oklahoma September 4, 1943; 
					HQ Squadron, Hill, Ogden, Utah; wrecked due to loss of control and ground looped on takeoff 
					at Hill Field, Ogden, October 5, 1943.
				5194 (MSN 185) Delivered to USAAF August 27, 1943; Brookley, Mobile, Alabama September 3, 1943; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia November 29, 1945; W.S. Power, Waltham, Massachusetts; 
					registered NC19918, cancelled.
				5195 (MSN 186) Delivered to USAAF August 25, 1943; Robins, Georgia September 3, 1943; 
					To RFC, Boeing Field, Seattle August 2, 1945; Donald C. Burkhard, King County, Washington 
					January 4, 1946; registered N49249; W.L. Loback, Snohomish, Washington May 29, 1946; 
					Aero Service of Arlington, Washington May 4, 1949; Alaska Airlines, Anchorage March 23, 1949; 
					permanently retired from service March 28, 1955; registration cancelled October 11, 1955.
				5196 (MSN 187) Delivered to USAAF August 27, 1943; McClellan Field, Sacramento, California 
					September 3, 1943; To RFC August 3, 1945; Rice and Russel, Sedalia, Missouri; registered NC79013, 
					cancelled on export; Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland; registered VO-ABY 
					January 1, 1949; re-registered to Newfoundland Airways as CF-GPI June 25, 1949 [after Newfoundland 
					became a Canadian province]; Kenting Aviation Ltd., Toronto, Ontario March 5, 1951; 
					Provincial Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland March 28, 1952; broke through ice and 
					sank while landing at Burlington, Notre Dame Bay April 26, 1952; the aircraft was 
					salvaged but the company reported on April 2, 1953 that it would not be rebuilt.
				5197 (MSN 188) Delivered to USAAF August 28, 1943; Rome Air Depot, Rome, NY September 4, 1943; 
					To RFC; inspected by Arabian American Oil Company and sent to Noorduyn for further inspection, 
					it was found to be “wing heavy” and rejected by Arabian American; inspected by Austin 
					Airways and found to have a cracked wing spar, an approved fix was available so it was 
					bought by Austin in January 1946; registered CF-DCK; destroyed in an Aircraft Industries 
					hangar fire at St. Jean, Quebec on December 8, 1954.
				5198 (MSN 189) Delivered to USAAF August 30, 1943; San Bernardino, California September 3, 1943; 
					To RFC August 6, 1945; R. Hawkins, Craig, Colorado; registered N53651; Northern Consolidated 
					Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska; Interior Enterprises Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska; registration 
					cancelled May 20, 1965.
				5199 (MSN 190) Delivered to USAAF August 30, 1943; Geiger, Spokane, Washington September 3, 1943; 
					4134th Base Unit, Spokane, Washington; damaged taxying when nosed over at McChord, Tacoma, 
					Washington June 17, 1944; To RFC October 22, 1945; R.B. Galbraith, Los Angeles, California; 
					registered NC49983; Wien Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska
				5200 (MSN 191) Delivered to USAAF August 31, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 9, 1943; flown to Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; damaged in a takeoff accident at Barrackpore, India 
					February 11, 1944; condemned; gained from condemned June 2, 1945; Mistri Airways Ltd., 
					later Indian Overseas  Airlines, Bombay, India; registered VT-AZR March 11, 1946, cancelled 1948.
				5201 (MSN 192) Delivered to USAAF August 30, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 22, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India; 
					10th AF, India; damaged when ground looped during takeoff at Barrackpore, India 
					February 11, 1944; condemned June 1, 1944.
				5202 (MSN 193) Delivered to USAAF September 2, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 26, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; damaged in landing accident at Shaduzup, Burma May 6, 1944; 
					accident December 21, 1944; condemned February 9, 1945.
				5203 (MSN 194) Delivered  to USAAF August 31, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 23, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; condemned July 8, 1944.
				5204 (MSN 195) Delivered to USAAF September 2, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 22, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; accident March 21, 1945; salvaged May 5, 1945.
				5205 (MSN 196) Delivered to USAAF September 2, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 22, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; accident March 11, 1944; condemned April 26, 1944.
				5206 (MSN 197) Delivered to USAAF September 2, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 22, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; accident March 21, 1944; condemned May 26, 1944.
				5207 (MSN 198) Delivered to USAAF September 9, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 22, 1943; Alhambra, California October 6, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India;  accident September 12, 1944; repaired and returned to service; 
					164th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; landing accident at Ondaw, 
					Burma March 22, 1945; condemned April 7, 1945.
				5208 (MSN 199) Delivered to USAAF September 7, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 22, 1943; Alhambra, California October 8 1943 for shipment to Karachi, 
					India; 10th AF, India; accident July 8, 1944; repaired and returned to service; 
					accident February 26, 1945; salvaged April 5, 1945.
				5209 (MSN 200) Delivered to USAAF September 7, 1943; Memphis, Tennessee on September 10, 1943; 
					accident at Harding, Louisiana.
				5210 (MSN 201) Delivered to USAAF September 12, 1943; Oklahoma City Air Service Command, 
					Tinker Field, Oklahoma September 17, 1943; To RFC June 17, 1945; 
					To I.J. Enger, Minneapolis, Minnesota; registered N62117, cancelled.
				5211 (MSN 202) Delivered to USAAF September 12, 1943; Oklahoma City Air Service Command, Tinker 
					Field, Oklahoma September 17, 1943; To RFC June 18, 1945; To AA Crane, San Diego, California; 
					Alaska Airlines Inc.; registered N59557; registered CF-NJJ; Theriault Air Services, Chapleau, 
					Ontario 1964; Jim Lougheed, Windermere Lake, BC. Written off near Briscoe, BC August 4, 1968. 
					The aircraft was loaded to gross weight, including a wide transom boat tied to the left float. 
					Take-off was made on a high elevation lake in 90 deg. F temperature and gusty wind conditions. 
					After take-off, a turn was attempted within the confines of a valley and the aircraft stalled, 
					crashed and burned. The pilot died, three passengers escaped with injuries.
				5212 (MSN 203) Delivered to the USAAF September 13, 1943; Patterson, Fairfield Air Depot, Ohio 
					September 15, 1943; Air Technical Service Command (ATSC), Miami, Florida;  
					Mid air collision with a US Navy TBF 10 miles NNW of Hollywood, Florida January 29, 1945; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia October 4, 1945; To CR Lapp, Brainard, California; 
					registered N55486; Gibson Brothers Ltd., Vancouver, BC July 11, 1951; registered CF-GVT. 
					Caught fire and was destroyed four miles west of Lulu Island, BC June 26, 1952. 
					The aircraft had just departed Vancouver on floats when the pilot landed to fasten a loose 
					gas cap. He was unable to restart the engine due to a dead battery. A signal flare was 
					fired but proved faulty and landed on the aircraft, setting it on fire. The aircraft was 
					being operated by Associated Air Taxi, Vancouver, BC.
				5213 (MSN 204) Delivered to USAAF 43-5213 on September 12, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, 
					Atlanta, Georgia September 29, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India.
				5214 (MSN 205) Delivered to USAAF September 12, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 29, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; 165th Liaison 
					Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; damaged in a landing accident at Kawlin, 
					Burma January 9, 1945.
				5215 (MSN 206) Delivered to USAAF September 13, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 29, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; may have 
					served in China; destroyed.
				5216 (MSN 207) Delivered to USAAF September 15, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 29, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; India-China 
					Division (ICD), Air Transport Command; 301st Air Service Group, Lalmanir Hat, India; 
					Destroyed in a takeoff accident at Jorhat, India July 20, 1944.
				5217 (MSN 208) Delivered to USAAF September 13, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 29, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; Barrackpore, 
					India; destroyed in a ground loop at Barrackpore, India February 19, 1944.
				5218 (MSN 209) Delivered to USAAF September 15, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 29, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; salvaged.
				5219 (MSN 210) Delivered to USAAF September 20, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 30, 1943; shipped to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; salvaged.
				5220 (MSN 211) Delivered to USAAF September 23, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 30, 1943; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana November 8, 1943; 
					11th AF, Alaska; Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska; 24th Base Headquarters Squadron; 
					Damaged taxying at Elmendorf March 1, 1944; registered NC99 to the Civil Aeronautics 
					Administration Communications Station, Everett, Washington April 25, 1946, 
					cancelled November 1, 1948.
				5221 (MSN 212) Delivered to USAAF September 21, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 30, 1943; Noumea, New Caledonia Island; accident September 25, 1944; 
					condemned December 5, 1944.
				5222 (MSN 213) Delivered to USAAF September 27, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta; 
					Alaska Wing, Edmonton, Alberta November 4, 1943; remained in Atlanta for further modifications; 
					Brownsville, Texas November 10, 1943; Alaska January 22, 1944; returned to US February 3, 1946; 
					Garden City Kansas; To RFC, Cimarron, Oklahoma April 16, 1946; registered N4691N, cancelled.
				5223 (MSN 214) Delivered to USAAF September 22, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 30, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska; damaged in a takeoff crash one mile NW of 
					Cape Wooley, Alaska November 14, 1945. 
				5224 (MSN 215) Delivered to USAAF September 22, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia September 30, 1943; 11th AF, Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska; Elmendorf, Anchorage, 
					Alaska; Wien Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska; registered NC79913 April 18, 1950; 
					badly damaged at Nome, Alaska September 1, 1954; registration sale reported January 14, 1977; 
					registration N79913 assigned to Wien Alaska March 31, 2004, expired July 1, 2010, 
					cancelled May 13, 2013.
				5225 (MSN 216) Delivered to USAAF September 27, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia October 5, 1943; Newark, New Jersey November 1, 1943; 8th AF, England; 
					320th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 1st Strategic Air Depot, Troston, Suffolk; 
					Damaged taxying at Horham May 25, 1944; To Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947 for 
					disposal as surplus.
				5226 (MSN 217) Delivered to USAAF September, 1943; 20th AF, India; 39th Air Engineering Squadron, 
					28th Air Service Group; damaged at Chakulia, India May 28, 1944; Headquarters Squadron, 
					444th Bomb Group; damaged in a ground loop accident in the China-Burma-India theatre on 
					November 28, 1944 
				5227 (MSN 218) Delivered to USAAF September, 1943
				5228 (MSN 219) Delivered to USAAF September, 1943; South American Trading Corporation, New York, NY; 
					registered NC58408, cancelled on export to Argentina; civil conversion at All American Aviation 
					Company, DuPont Airfield, Wilmington, Delaware; Compania Dodero Navigacion Argentina SA (CDNA), 
					Argentina; registered LV-AAU May 22, 1946; ferried May 22, 1946 from DuPont Airfield but the 
					US exit was delayed in Brownsville, Texas by the government’s reluctance to deliver 
					authorization to export the aircraft. On June 6 the aircraft was finally allowed to leave 
					to Buenos Aries; while in transit, after takeoff from Chañaral to Santiago, the aircraft 
					crashed into the mountain of Punta Morro at El Chañar, Atacama, Chile after it encountered 
					low clouds June 15, 1946. Two killed.
				5229 (MSN 220) Delivered to USAAF September 30, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia November 10, 1943; Alhambra, California for shipment to Karachi, India; 
					20th AF, India; 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group; 
					Destroyed in ground loop accident at Piaradoba, India June 5, 1946.  
				5230 (MSN 221) Delivered to USAAF November 11, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia November 23, 1943; Alhambra, California December 30, 1943 for shipment to Karachi, India.
				5231 (MSN 222) Delivered to USAAF October 14, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia October 22, 1943; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana; 
					11th AF, Alaska; Damaged taxying at Unalakleet, Alaska May 22, 1944; 
					Crashed and destroyed by fire near Nome, Alaska November 16, 1944; condemned July 22, 1945.
				5232 (MSN 223) Delivered to USAAF October 15, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia October 18, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska; Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska; 
					400th Air Base Squadron; Destroyed in a crash at Attu Island (Aleutians), Alaska July 24, 1944, 
					pilot killed. 
				5233 (MSN 224) Delivered to USAAF October 13, 1943; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana November 19, 1943; 
					Elmendorf, Anchorage, Alaska March 24, 1944; To RFC, Ponca City, Oklahoma November 13, 1945; 
					registered NC59893; registered NC74027; registered NC94584; registered N74027; 
					A.G. Williams, Brownsville, Texas; accident at unknown date when the aircraft is believed to 
					have flipped over onto its back; rebuilt with metal fuselage skins and wings; 
					Registered to Canadian Voyager Airlines, Fort Frances, Ontario as CF-UUD 1967; 
					Holiday Airways, Red Lake, Ontario November 28, 1968; 
					Cambrian Air (1971) Ltd., Selkirk, Manitoba September 16, 1971; 
					Wings Aviation, Red Lake, Ontario May 15, 1973; 
					Kuby’s Aircraft, Kenora, Ontario; 
					Central Air Transport, Sioux Lookout, Ontario January 21, 1982 (Lease from Kuby’s Aircraft); 
					Red Lake Air Service, Red Lake, Ontario June 1985; 
					Kenora Air Service, Kenora, Ontario May 27, 1988; 
					Coyote Air Service, Teslin, Yukon June 27, 1989; 
					Glen Crandall, Ponoka, Alberta June 30, 1993; registration cancelled June 6, 2016.
				5234 (MSN 225) Delivered to USAAF October 16, 1943; Buckley, Colorado October 20, 1943; 
					Basic Training Center #8, Amarillo Field, Texas; damaged by fire at Wold Chamberlain Field, 
					Minneapolis, Minnesota November 17, 1944; No.1 British Flying Training School, Terrell, Texas; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona September 24, 1945; P.I. Burkhard, Washington, DC; 
					registered NC49289; Moser and Johnson, Texas; C.R. Montgomery, Nogales, Arizona; 
					registered N2836D, cancelled. 
				5235 (MSN 226) Delivered to USAAF October 16, 1943; Oklahoma City Air Service Command, Tinker, Oklahoma. 
					Wrecked at McAlester, Oklahoma November 19, 1943, forced landing out of fuel, the aircraft hit 
					a gully and nosed over on to its back.  
				5236 (MSN 227) Delivered to USAAF October 15, 1943; Hill Field, Ogden, Utah October 19, 1943; 
					To RFC August 14, 1945; Kansas City Southern Skyways, Kansas City, Missouri; registered NC28303, 
					cancelled on export to Newfoundland; registered VO-ABV; Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC 
					December 15, 1951; registered CF-GUN; Hall’s Air Service Ltd., Val Dor, Quebec February 12, 1953; 
					crashed near Chibougamau, Quebec in the winter of 1953-54; sale reported, registration 
					cancelled May 27, 1982.
				5237 (MSN 228) Delivered to USAAF October 13, 1943; Brookley, Mobile, Alabama October 19, 1943; 
					To RFC at Brookley November 30, 1945; registered N55555; Island Airways, Inc. (1946-1948); 
					Alaska Airlines (1956-1961); crashed on takeoff at Prince George, BC April 3, 1981; 
					Interior and Arctic AK Aero Found, Fairbanks, Alaska July 1, 1992; 
					Doug Solberg of Juneau, AK donated the Norseman to the Interior and Arctic Alaska Aeronautical 
					Foundation, Alaskaland, Fairbanks 1992; it had been refurbished in Washington State 
					and flown up to Fairbanks; registration cancelled April 22, 2013; preserved and on display 
					in the Pioneer Air Museum, Pioneer Park, Fairbanks, Alaska.
				5238 (MSN 229) Delivered to USAAF October 16, 1943; 479th Air Base Squadron, Robins, Macon, Georgia; 
					damaged by ground loop landing at Turner Field, Georgia November 30, 1943; Venice, Florida; 
					To RFC at Ponca City, Oklahoma October 28, 1945; V.C. Rasmussen, Chicago, Illinois; 
					registered NC88777, cancelled on export to Canada; Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario; 
					registered CF-EZK December 9, 1952; ferried to Kenora January 5, 1953; Riverton Airways Ltd., 
					Winnipeg, Manitoba March 13, 1953; Eco Exploration, Winnipeg, Manitoba November 29, 1959; 
					Ontario Central Airlines purchased the aircraft for salvage November 21, 1968; 
					reported as having suffered substantial fire damage.
				5239 (MSN 230) Delivered to USAAF October 29, 1943; La Guardia, NY October 31, 1943; McClellan Field, 
					Sacramento, California January 15, 1944; To RFC August 14, 1945; K. Starnes, Conway, Arkansas; 
					Wien Alaska Airlines Inc.; registered N62367
				5240 (MSN 231) Delivered to USAAF November 4, 1943; La Guardia, NY. November 5, 1943; 
					Rome Air Depot, Rome, NY January 21, 1944; To RFC at Augusta, Georgia August 19, 1946; 
					J.A. McIntosh, Hazard, Kentucky; Messina Flight Club, Messina, NY; registered N74681; 
					Hitt Flying Service Inc.; Tri Cities Aircraft, Endicott, NY; Sea Air Pac Ltd., Vancouver, BC 
					November 23, 1974; registered CF-SAP; Fort Langley, BC, external storage; Nunasi-Central 
					Airlines Ltd; Nuelton Lake Air Service, Alonsa, Manitoba July 30, 1986; 
					Lynn Lake Air Service, Lynn Lake, Manitoba; Kississing Lake Lodge Ltd. (Wings Over Kississing), 
					Steinbach, Manitoba; registration cancelled May 13, 2014.
				5241 (MSN 232) Delivered to USAAF October 19, 1943; San Bernardino, California; To RFC at Ontario, California 
					November 19, 1945; G. McWane, Inglewood, California; registered N41184, cancelled.
				5242 (MSN 233) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; 4134th Base Unit, Spokane, Washington 
					November 12, 1943; damaged when ground looped during takeoff at Moses Lake, Washington May 17, 1944; 
					To RFC at Palo Alto, California December 6, 1945; W.M. Pearce, Boulder City, Nevada; 
					registered N58723; Alaska Airlines Inc.; registration cancelled.
				5243 (MSN 234) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					November 14, 1943; serial 361; Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC; loan to North 
					West Staging Route; Patricia Bay, BC November 22, 1945; No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario 
					January 14, 1946; No. 1 Air Command, Rockcliffe, Ontario January 21, 1946; 
					No.9 Training Group, Rockcliffe, Ontario July 15, 1946; Wireless School, No.6 Repair Depot, 
					Trenton, Ontario June 18, 1947; back to No.9 Training Group the next day for complete 
					fabric re-covering; accident November 1, 1947; No.11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car 
					and Foundry) December 20, 1947 for repairs, modifications and overhaul; No.6 Repair Depot 
					June 14, 1948; reserve storage; Greenwood, Nova Scotia January 15, 1949; 
					Maritime Group February 1, 1951; No.7 Wireless School January 24, 1953; 
					Lincoln Park, Calgary, Alberta August 17, 1954; reserve storage; 
					Canadian War Assets Commission November 25, 1955; sold to Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, 
					Quebec; registered CF-INK May 18, 1956; registered to Georgian Bay Airways Ltd., Parry Sound, 
					Ontario June 19, 1956; leased to Parsons Airways Northern, Flin Flon, Manitoba  1957; 
					registered to A.L. Gaffray, Pine Falls, Manitoba November 2, 1965; 
					The aircraft caught fire while on final to Silver Falls, Manitoba July 15, 1970 and destroyed.
				5244 (MSN 235) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					November 14, 1943; serial 362; Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC; No.13 Aircraft 
					Inspection Detachment (Coates Ltd.), Vancouver, BC March 3, 1944 for doping and conversion 
					to floats; Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC June 8, 1944; No.13 Aircraft Inspection 
					Detachment (Coates Ltd.), Vancouver, BC June 27, 1944 for replacement of a damaged rear spar; 
					Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC August 22, 1944; 
					No.2 Air Command February 20, 1945 for installation of an ME31 Automatic Compass; 
					Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC March 15, 1945; No.10 Repair Depot, Calgary, Alberta 
					September 10, 1947 for repairs; North West Air Command, Communications Flight, Edmonton, 
					Alberta July 12, 1948; accident at No.6 Communications Flight, Edmonton; No.11 Technical 
					Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) September 21, 1951 for wheel alignment; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario June 23, 1952; salvaged.
				5245 (MSN 236) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					November 14, 1943; serial 363; Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC; category “B” accident; 
					to No.22 Repair Depot, Sea Island, BC March 13, 1945 for survey and recommendation; 
					No.3 Repair Depot, Vancouver, BC April 30, 1945; SOC June 28, 1945.
				5246 (MSN 237) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					November 14, 1943; serial 364; Western Air Command (WAC), Vancouver, BC; Patricia Bay, BC 
					November 22, 1945; No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario May 1, 1946; 
					Eastern Air Command, Greenwood, Nova Scotia; 101 Communications Flight, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario January 12, 1949; 
					North West Air Command, Churchill, Manitoba October 27, 1949; 
					No.10 Repair Depot, Calgary, Alberta January 17, 1950; 
					North West Air Command, Churchill on January 31, 1950; 
					No. 11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry)  May 3, 1951 for reconditioning 
					and modifications to the spars; 
					No.5 Repair Depot June 23, 1953; salvaged.
				5247 (MSN 238) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; Ladd Field (Later Fort Wainwright), Fairbanks, 
					Alaska; used for testing various ski types in early 1944 and involved skis ranging from 
					200 – 1000 lbs./sq. ft. Loading; damaged in a ground loop at Ladd Field July 20, 1945.
				5248 (MSN 239) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska; used there for winter tests.
				5249 (MSN 240) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; Buckley, Colorado November 6, 1943; 
					2100th Base Unit, Maxwell, Montgomery, Alabama; damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Maxwell June 13, 1944; 2135th Base Unit, Eastern Flying Training Command (EFTC), Tyndall, Florida; 
					damaged landing at Bainbridge Auxiliary Field #5, Georgia May 28, 1945; 
					To RFC at Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia October 18, 1945; 
					Green and Long, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; registered N28097, cancelled.
				5250 (MSN 241) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; 209th Base Unit, Peterson, Colorado Springs, 
					Colorado November 9, 1943; Damaged when ground looped landing at Peterson April 26, 1944; 
					Damaged when force landed due weather one mile S of Eaton, Colorado April 15, 1945; 
					To RFC at Denver, Colorado August 21, 1945; Aircraft Mechanics Inc., Colorado Springs, 
					Colorado; registered NC61321; Transocean Airlines, Oakland, California; 
					Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario; registered CF-DRC April 6, 1953; 
					Teal Air Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba September 29, 1958; 
					Ontario Central Airlines January 16, 1961; 
					Fort Frances Airways, Fort Frances, Ontario May 17, 1962; 
					Registered N1121B January 23, 1965; Ray Zitzloff, Wayzata, Minnesota April 26, 1989; 
					registration cancelled July 30, 2013; last reported 2013 stored at Northland Aviation Service, 
					Ignace, Ontario
				5251 (MSN 242) Delivered to USAAF October 30, 1943; Edmonton, Alberta November 9, 1943; 
					11th AF, Alaska; Foreign Liquidation Commission December 19, 1947; Wien Alaska Airlines 
					Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska; registered N79909; Alaska Airlines Inc., Seattle, Washington; 
					registered CF-NJK November 8, 1961; Harry C. Sorenson, Edmonton, Alberta; 
					Stan Reynolds, Wetaskiwin, Alberta July 27, 1990; registration cancelled July 27, 1990.
				5252 (MSN 243) Delivered to USAAF November 13, 1943; Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas November 11, 1943; 
					To RFC at Camden, South Carolina October 31, 1945; Alice V.. Germain, Washington, DC; 
					registered N60690, cancelled.
				5253 (MSN 244) Delivered to USAAF November 16, 1943; Brookley, Mobile, Alabama November 21, 1943; 
					To RFC at Camden, South Carolina November 28, 1945; J.E. Jack, Miami, Florida; 
					registered N55438, cancelled on export to Colombia; registered HK-19.
				5254 (MSN 245) Delivered to USAAF November 16, 1943; Fairfield Air Depot, Ohio November 18, 1943; 
					814th Base Unit, Troop Carrier Command, Stout, Indianapolis, Indiana; 
					Damaged taxying at George Field, Lawrenceville, Illinois August 31, 1945; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 22, 1945; Moser and Johnson, Texas; 
					registered NC49290; Dal Air Co, Dallas, Texas March 17, 1953; registration cancelled on 
					export to Canada June 9, 1953; registered CF-HCG; 
					Arctic Wings Ltd., Churchill, Manitoba June 16, 1953. 
					Destroyed at Kaminuriak Lake, NWT July 29, 1953. Pilot made a precautionary landing due to 
					engine problems, the windscreen was covered with oil, the aircraft hit a reef, causing 
					the floats to fail. Later destroyed by high winds. 
				5255 (MSN 246) Delivered to USAAF November 26, 1943; Olmsted, Middletown, Pennsylvania November 29, 1943; 
					Pope Field, North Carolina; To RFC October 25, 1945; Thor Solberg, Whitehorse, New Jersey; 
					registered NC58435; Austin Airways Ltd., Toronto, Ontario; registered CF-GMM September 2, 1949; 
					G. Rae MacLeod, Montreal, Quebec 1961; registered N10412; registered N8732R August 24, 1962; 
					Lally Air Transport, Inc, St Thomas, British Virgin Islands; registration cancelled on 
					export to Canada July 27, 1964; registered CF-OUJ.
				5256 (MSN 247) Delivered to USAAF November 16, 1943; flown to Newark, New Jersey November 17, 1943 
					for shipment to the 8th AF, England; salvaged
				5257 (MSN 248) Delivered to USAAF November 16, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF November 27, 1943; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment to Australia; 
					diverted back to USAAF; shipped to 8th AF, England.
				5258 (MSN 249) Delivered to USAAF November 24, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF November 27, 1943; serial A71-5; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia February 20, 1944; 
					stored; No.1 Aircraft Depot Ferry Flight November 14, 1944; 
					When landing in a moderate crosswind the aircraft weather cocked resulting in a ground 
					loop and the starboard wing hitting the ground November 15, 1944; 
					No.1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria February 8, 1945; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW February 1, 1946 for storage; 
					stored pending use by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition (ANARE); 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission September 9, 1949;
					Gibbes Sepik Airways Ltd., Wewak, New Guinea June 27, 1950; 
					Ferried Tocumwal to Deniliquin, NSW October 18, 1950; 
					registered VH-ASN on October 13, 1951; 
					Struck soft patch, tipped onto nose during first ever landing at a newly prepared strip 
					at Tari Airstrip, Hela Province, PNG August 18, 1952; 
					Engine failure caused by burst oil line on flight from Port Moresby to Goroka caused 
					a forced landing at Menyamya strip, Morobe Province, PNG July 10, 1953; 
					Mandated Airlines (MAL), Lae, PNG November, 1958; registered VH-GSE to Ansett-Mandated 
					Airlines March 30, 1960; registration cancelled January 29, 1963; 
					Registered VH-GSE to Mandated Airlines September 12, 1963; 
					Pay & Williamson of Scone, NSW October 23, 1963; to Narromine, NSW for conversion to 
					agricultural configuration for crop dusting. 
					Crashed September 26, 1966 at Armidale, New South Wales. While conducting crop dusting 
					operations near Armidale NSW the aircraft failed to climb away after becoming airborne 
					and struck a gully with its main wheels. On becoming airborne again it struck the top 
					strand of a wire fence then alighted on the main wheels in a rock-strewn paddock, 
					collided with a tractor, overturned and was destroyed by fire.
				5259 (MSN 250) Delivered to USAAF November 24, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF November 25, 1943; serial A71-6; flown to Newark, New Jersey for 
					shipment to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia 
					February 20, 1944; No.1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria June 9, 1944; 
					No.4 Communications Unit, Archerfield, Brisbane, Queensland September 14, 1944; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW January 17, 1946 for storage; 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission October 11, 1948; 
					Zinc Corporation Ltd. Melbourne June 2, 1949; 
					Gibbes Sepik Airways Ltd., Wewak, New Guinea 1950; 
					registered VH-GSA February 5, 1951; 
					Swung into ditch when landing at Lumli strip October 14, 1951; 
					Diverted to Mount Hagen when on a flight from Tari to Minj, landed short of the strip 
					and overturned October 4, 1956; A flight from Minj to Mendi July 8, 1958 carrying a 
					load of bagged cement encountered a thunderstorm and was unable to land at Mendi, New Guinea 
					because of the weather. The pilot then became lost in clouds and crashed into surrounding 
					hills killing the pilot.
				5260 (MSN 251) Delivered to USAAF November 23, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF November 24, 1943; serial A71-7; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia February 20, 1944; 
					No.1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria May 7, 1944; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW February 8, 1946 for storage; 
					stored pending use by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition (ANARE); 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission September 9, 1949; 
					Gibbes Sepik Airways Ltd., Wewak, New Guinea June 27, 1950; 
					ferried Tocumwal to Deniliquin, NSW October 18, 1950; 
					registered VH-ASR May 23, 1951; 
					Crashed during a forced landing 16 miles SW of Madang due to engine structural failure 
					while on a flight from Madang to Mendi. The propeller shaft broke and the propeller flew off. 
					Aircraft extensively damaged and declared a write-off.
				5261 (MSN 252) Delivered to USAAF November 23, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF November 24, 1943; serial A71-8; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia February 20, 1944; 
					No.1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria May 15, 1944; No.5 Aircraft Depot, 
					Forest Hills, NSW July 17, 1944 for use by AOC of No 2 Training Group; stored January 13, 1946; 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission August 1, 1946; 
					PH Burton, Bourke, NSW November 28, 1947; registered VH-BLM July 9, 1948; 
					Gibbes-Sepik Airways Ltd., Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Tyre burst on landing at Jackson Strip, Port Moresby June 17, 1950. Aircraft ran off strip 
					causing major damage to undercarriage and port wing; 
					Engine failed on flight from Wewak to Angoram caused a forced landing at Tring, East Sepik 
					Province June 13, 1952; 
					Hit a concealed log and overturned when landing at Vanimo, Sanduan Province, PNG June 4, 1953. 
					Aircraft suffered significant damage; 
					Wing dug in causing ground loop when landing at Wewak May25, 1956, aircraft severely damaged; 
					Mandated Airlines Ltd, Lae, PNG November 1958; registered VH-GSC April, 1959; 
					Ansett-MAL freighter was posted missing in bad weather when on a scheduled flight from Minj 
					to Mendi, New Guinea December 15, 1960.  A large aerial search was launched and the wreck 
					found two days later at height of 2285 metres, eight miles from the Kuli mission, which 
					is 18 miles East of Mount Hagen. Pilot and one native passenger were both killed, 
					the aircraft was totally destroyed. 
				5262 (MSN 253) Delivered to USAAF November 24, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Canadian 
					Pacific Airlines; registered CF-CPL March 22, 1944; 
					Mont Laurier Aviation Co. Ltd., Roberval, Quebec June 5, 1947. 
					On July 25, 1953 it went missing on a flight from Fort Chimo to Roberval, Quebec with a crew 
					of two and five passengers on board. A search was abandoned twice but eventually the aircraft 
					was found October 3, 1953. All survived. 
					Boreal Airways Ltd., St. Felicien, Quebec August 10, 1954; 
					Destroyed by fire June 8, 1955, sparks blown from a forest fire set the aircraft on fire.
				5263 (MSN 254) Delivered to USAAF November 26, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Canadian 
					Pacific Airlines; registered CF-CPM March 22, 1944; While enroute from Seven Islands to 
					Harrington Harbor, Quebec on March 14, 1944 with three persons on board, it was forced down 
					on to the St. Lawrence River ice. The plane was located the following day but several days 
					of bad weather prevented rescue. In the mean time the aircraft was lost to the moving ice. 
					A USAAF Sikorski R-4 was brought in to attempt one of the first helicopter rescues in Canada. 
					Before this could be accomplished, the survivors were rescued by an ice breaker.
				5264 (MSN 255) Delivered to USAAF November 30, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Canadian 
					Pacific Airlines; registered CF-CPN March 22, 1944; Mont Laurier Aviation Co. Ltd., 
					Roberval, Quebec; Arctic Wings Ltd., Churchill, Manitoba May 18, 1954; 
					Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba 1956 [after Central Northern Airways and Arctic Wings 
					merged to become Transair]; crashed at Bowden Lake, Manitoba October 20, 1957.
				5265 (MSN 256) Delivered to USAAF November 30, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Canadian 
					Pacific Airlines; registered CF-CPO March 22, 1944; Mont Laurier Aviation Co. Ltd., 
					Roberval, Quebec January 26, 1948; Boreal Airways Ltd., St. Felicien, Quebec September 14, 1954; 
					On February 8, 1957 the propeller struck a gas drum when the pilot turned to avoid a jeep 
					being driven on the taxiway. The aircraft caught fire and was destroyed, no injuries [location 
					unknown]. 
				5266 (MSN 257) Delivered to USAAF November 26, 1943; Newark, New Jersey November 28, 1943; 
					8th AF, England; 320th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 1st 
					Strategic Air Depot, Troston, Suffolk; 
					Destroyed in a landing accident at Debach, England June 5, 1944. 
				5267 (MSN 258) Delivered to USAAF November 18, 1943; Newark, New Jersey November 28, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, New Jersey January 7, 1944; Newark, NJ March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					salvaged.
				5268 (MSN 259) Delivered to USAAF November 24, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF November 25, 1943; serial A71-9; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia February 20, 1944; 
					No.1 Communications Unit, Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria May 12, 1944; 
					Destroyed by fire at Essendon, Victoria February 2, 1945. The engine back-fired on start-up 
					which started a fire in the engine bay. A crew of a nearby RAAF fire tender was unable to 
					operate the tender and by the time a DCA fire tender was brought into action the fire had 
					taken too strong a hold. Foam was sprayed on the burning aircraft to no avail and the aircraft 
					was destroyed.
				5269 (MSN 260) Delivered to USAAF November 15, 1943; Newark, New Jersey November 24, 1943; 
					8th AF, England; condemned July 30, 1945.
				5270 (MSN 261) Delivered to USAAF November 27, 1943; Alhambra, California, December 30, 1943 for 
					shipment to Karachi, India; 10th AF, India; HQ Squadron, 301st Service Group, Tezpur, India; 
					Damaged in a ground loop accident at Tezpur September 18, 1944.
				5271 (MSN 262) Delivered to USAAF November 29, 1943; Long Beach, California December 15, 1943 for 
					shipment to Karachi, India; 10th AF, India
				5272 (MSN 263) Delivered to USAAF November 29, 1943; Alhambra, California December 14, 1943 for 
					shipment to Karachi, India; 10th AF, India;
				5273 (MSN 264) Delivered to USAAF November 30, 1943; Alhambra, California December 8, 1943 for 
					shipment to Karachi, India; 10th AF, India; 
					Damaged in a landing accident at Tezpur, India July 25, 1944.  
				5274 (MSN 265) Delivered to USAAF November 30, 1943; Alhambra, California December 30, 1943 for 
					shipment to Karachi, India; 10th AF, India; condemned March 26, 1945.
				5275 (MSN 266) Delivered to USAAF November 29, 1943; Alhambra, California January 28, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; salvaged June 7, 1945
				5276 (MSN 267) Delivered to USAAF November 30, 1943; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, 
					Montana December 12, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska January 1, 1944; 396th Air Base Squadron; 
					Destroyed in a takeoff accident at Elmendorf Field, Anchorage, Alaska May 15, 1944..
				5277 (MSN 268) Delivered to USAAF December 2, 1943; 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, 
					Montana December 9, 1943; 11th AF, Alaska January 1, 1944; 
					Returned to US; To RFC at Ponca City, Oklahoma October 29, 1945; Lafferty and Klika, 
					San Diego, California; registered NC59927; Charles Babb Corporation, California; 
					Damaged in collision with L-5G 45-34951 at San Bernardino, California February 12, 1947; 
					Société Compagnie Indochinoise de Commerce Exterieur, Hanoi, Viet Nam; 
					registered F-BECH September 7, 1948; 
					Caught fire on landing and was destroyed at Ng Hialo, Viet Nam February 27, 1949, 
					registration cancelled August 5, 1949.
				5278 (MSN 269) Delivered to USAAF December 2, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF December 9, 1943; serial A71-12; flown to Newark, New Jersey for 
					shipment to Australia; received at No.3 Aircraft Depot, Amberley, Queensland March 7, 1944; 
					No.6 Aircraft Depot, Oakley, Queensland March 14, 1944; 
					No.4 Communications Unit, Archerfield, Queensland April 21, 1944; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW January 17, 1946 for storage; 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission August 1, 1946; 
					Kingsford Smith Aviation Services, Mascot, NSW November 28, 1947; 
					Silver City Airways (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Broken Hill, New South Wales; 
					registered VH-BHG February 15, 1949; Zinc Corporation Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria December 18, 1951; 
					Gibbes Sepik Airways, Wewak, New Guinea July 17, 1953; 
					Mandated Airlines Ltd, Lae PNG November, 1958; 
					registered VH-GSB January, 1959; Ansett-MAL Ltd, Lae PNG April, 1960; 
					Robert H. Gibbes, Goroka, PNG; registered VH-RHG June11, 1962; 
					Re-registered VH-GSG June22, 1964; Pay & Williamson of Scone, NSW 1964; 
					Conversion to agricultural configuration for crop dusting; 
					While spreading superphosphate near Murrurundi, NSW July 15, 1965 engine power was 
					lost shortly after takeoff. In the subsequent forced landing the aircraft overturned. 
					The engine failure was caused by a faulty ignition switch. 
					Skyservice Aviation Pty, Camden October 22, 1968; leased to Air Research Pty Ltd, Sydney NSW; 
					fitted for aerial mineral survey with a magnetometer bomb under the fuselage; 
					fitted at Camden with additional fuel tanks to give 200 gallon capacity for long endurance 
					survey missions. Offered for magnetometer, scintillometer and photographic survey work. 
					Mercredits (WA) Ltd, Sydney 1971; Registration cancelled July 21, 1973; Ed Fleming, 
					Vancouver, British Columbia; registered CF-ISM 1974; 
					Ignace Airways Ltd, Ignace, Ontario June, 1974; 
					Grand Rapids Air, St-Norbert, Manitoba 1976. 
					Crashed on take-off from Lake Witchai, Manitoba June 16, 1978. The pilot reported that
					shortly after takeoff from the lake at about 350 feet altitude, he found the aircraft very 
					difficult to control. To avoid trees ahead he started a turn to the left back over the lake. 
					He was unable to control the aircraft and it struck the water heavily in a nose down attitude. 
					The passenger drowned when the aircraft sank.  Investigators estimated that the aircraft was 
					at or over the maximum authorized weight limit. Parts of the wreckage recovered from the 
					water showed there had been an unapproved modification to the wing struts (shortening); this 
					had the effect of altering the dihedral of the wings, changing the flight characteristics. 
				5279 (MSN 270) Delivered to USAAF December 2, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF December 5, 1943; serial A71-10; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, Western Australia February 20, 1944; 
					No.1 Aircraft Performance Unit (APU), Laverton April 5, 1944; used for performance testing, 
					trials of a modified tail wheel strut and a modification to the aileron flap design that 
					improved slow speed handling qualities; trial installation of a radio compass; 
					No.5 Communications Unit [KF-H], Garbutt, Queensland August 16, 1944; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW January 18, 1946 for storage; 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission August 1, 1946; 
					Kingsford Smith Aviation Services, Mascot, NSW November 28, 1947; 
					Gibbes-Sepik Airways, Port Moresby, New Guinea; registered VH-BNL November 25, 1949. 
					Crashed 5 miles SSE of Goroka, New Guinea July 12, 1950. When approaching Goroka for 
					landing the previous day, the pilot could not see the runway due to smoke and was forced 
					to land in a kunai grass clearing 5 miles SE of Goroka. The pilot remained in the 
					aircraft overnight. When taking off from the clearing the port wing struck an earth 
					mound concealed by the kunai grass causing the aircraft to crash. The aircraft was severely 
					damaged and the pilot received minor injuries. The aircraft was dismantled in-situ and 
					carried out in sections to Goroka by native porters. Registration cancelled May 29, 1951, 
					aircraft to be used for spares; 
					Rebuilt and registered VH-BNL November 14, 1957; Mandated Airlines Ltd, Lae. PNG November 1958; 
					Reregistered VH-GSF with Ansett-MAL March 30, 1960; WFU July 29, 1963; 
					Pay & Williamson Pty Ltd, Narromine, NSW October 4, 1963; 
					Conversion to agricultural configuration for crop dusting; WFU February 17, 1968; 
					Skyservice Aviation Pty Ltd, Camden NSW January 15, 1969; 
					Engine failed and burst into flames during a skydiving display off Manly Beach, Queenscliff, NSW 
					January 18, 1970. Eight parachutists bailed out, followed by the pilot at 5,000 feet. 
					As he floated down under his parachute the circling Norseman came very close to hitting him. 
					All nine parachutists were rescued by local boats. The Norseman struck the sea six miles off 
					the beach, five miles NE Sydney Heads.
				5280 (MSN 271) Delivered to USAAF December 6, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF December 9, 1943; serial A71-13; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.3 Aircraft Depot, Amberley, Queensland March 7, 1944; 
					No.6 Aircraft Depot, Oakley, Queensland March 14, 1944; 
					No.4 Communications Unit, Archerfield, Queensland April 21, 1944; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW January 17, 1946 for storage; 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission August 1, 1946; 
					Kingsford Smith Aviation Services, Mascot, NSW November 28, 1947; 
					Gibbes Sepik Airways, Wewak, New Guinea October 29, 1948; 
					Registered VH-BNE November 18, 1948. 
					Overturned on landing at Telefomin in Sandaun Province November 13, 1953 when a wheel 
					struck a soft spot on the strip. Overturned during forced landing in swamp at Lake Kopiago 
					June 29, 1957 while air-dropping supplies to patrol officers. The aircraft was rebuilt 
					by GSA engineers at Goroka 1957-58; 
					Mandated Airlines Ltd, Lae, PNG November, 1958; registered VH-GSD June 18, 1960; 
					When taking off from Lalibu strip in Southern Highlands Province March 19, 1960 the pilot 
					noticed a drop in fuel pressure when he was committed to continue the takeoff, 
					so he used the wobble pump to obtain a height of 200 feet. He then attempted to return 
					to the strip but the engine power failed completely and the aircraft overturned on rough 
					terrain. 
					Ansett-MAL, Lae, PNG June, 1960; registration cancelled September 12, 1960.
				5281 (MSN 272) Delivered to USAAF December 4, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF December 9, 1943; serial A71-14; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.3 Aircraft Depot, Amberley, Queensland March 7, 1944; 
					No.6 Aircraft Depot, Oakley, Queensland March 20, 1944; 
					No.7 Communications Unit, Pearce, Western Australia April 21, 1944; 
					No.13 Aircraft Repair Depot, Breddan, Queensland December 4, 1944; 
					No.5 Communications Unit, Garbutt, Queensland May 18, 1945; 
					No.13 Aircraft Repair Depot, Breddan, Queensland June 5, 1945; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW March 19, 1946 for storage; 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission August 1, 1946; 
					Kingsford Smith Aviation Services, Mascot, NSW November 28, 1947; 
					Zinc Corporation Ltd (Aviation Division), Broken Hill, NSW March 5, 1948; 
					Registered VH-BHF March 5, 1948; 
					Silver City Airways (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Broken Hill, NSW August 1, 1948; 
					Zinc Corporation Ltd., Melbourne, Victoria; 
					Caught fire on the ground at Mainoru airstrip, Arnhem Land, Northern Territories 
					September 17, 1952 due to an electric fault in the HF radio, aircraft totally destroyed.
				5282 (MSN 273) Delivered to USAAF December 13, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal 
					Australian AF December 15, 1943; serial A71-11; flown to Newark, New Jersey for shipment 
					to Australia; received at No.2 Aircraft Depot, Bankstown, NSW February 29, 1944; 
					No.7 Communications Unit, Pearce, WA April 29, 1944; 
					Ground looped after landing at Pearce May 4, 1944 causing major damage; 
					No.4 Communications Unit, Archerfield, Queensland September 4, 1944; 
					No.3 Communications Unit, Mascot, NSW December 19, 1944; 
					Ground looped after landing from a local training flight at Mascot August 4, 1945 caused 
					the undercarriage to collapse and inflict significant damage to the aircraft; 
					No.2 Aircraft Depot September 28, 1945; 
					No.7 Aircraft Depot, Tocumwal, NSW May 14, 1946 for storage; stored pending use by the 
					Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition (ANARE); 
					Commonwealth Disposals Commission September 9, 1949; 
					Gibbes Sepik Airways Ltd., Wewak, New Guinea June 27, 1950; 
					ferried Tocumwal to Deniliquin, NSW October 18, 1950; 
					registered VH-ASS September 21, 1952; 
					Force landed with engine failure and overturned at Roger Strip, 48 miles NW of Port 
					Moresby, New Guinea October 29, 1956 and suffered substantial damage; 
					Carsair Air Service, Port Moresby June20, 1957; 
					Robert G Carswell, Archerfield, Queensland; 
					dismantled at Bankstown, WFU April 21, 1964; 
					Pay & Williamson Pty Ltd, Narromine 1964 for spares, trucked to Scone July, 1964.
				5283 (MSN 274) Delivered to USAAF December 4, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					December 12, 1943; serial 365; No.3 Training Command, Montreal, Quebec; No.124 Ferry Squadron; 
					Accident at Diamond Lake, near Timagami, Ontario July 19, 1945; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario August 14, 1945 pending disposal; 
					Noorduyn Aviation August 22, 1945 for repair and overhaul; 
					No.6 Reserve Equipment Maintenance Unit (REMU), Mont Joli, Quebec March 14, 1946; 
					No.3 Repair Depot May 1, 1946; Eastern Air Command, Goose Bay, Labrador July 22, 1946; 
					No. 11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) December 9, 1950 for overhaul; 
					Maritime Group, Greenwood, Nova Scotia, November 28, 1951; 
					Edmonton, Alberta April 9, 1952; accident at Whitehorse, Yukon August 28, 1953; 
					SOC September 24, 1953
				5284 (MSN 275) Delivered to USAAF December 6, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					December 24, 1943; serial 366; 
					No.4 Training Command, Calgary, Alberta; Western Air Command (North West Staging Route) 
					January 1, 1944; 
					Edmonton February 19, 1944 for repairs; 
					Western Air Command March 24, 1944; 
					Accident; 
					Edmonton June 21, 1944 for repairs; 
					North Western Air Command September 27, 1944; 
					No.10 Repair Depot, Calgary, Alberta September 9, 1946; 
					reserve storage; North Western Air Command April 23, 1947; 
					Air Transport Command, No.413 Photo Squadron April 13, 1948; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario January 20, 1950 for repairs, overhaul and fabric recovering;  
					Air Transport Command, No.408 Squadron May 1, 1951;  
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario for repairs December 12, 1951; 
					Air Transport Command, No.408 Squadron May 3, 1952; Training Command June 8, 1953; 
					No.2 Wireless School, Calgary, Alberta December 16, 1953; 
					Lincoln Park, Calgary, Alberta August 17, 1954; 
					reserve storage; sold to Noorduyn Aviation November 25, 1955; 
					Canadian Structural Steel Works 1956; registered CF-INL; 
					Brochu Industries Ltd., Montreal, Quebec 1963;  
					Crashed in 1964 with three fatalities; rebuilt and returned to service; 
					Damaged at Long Lake, Quebec May 24, 1968. During flight at 2500 ft. in turbulence, a 
					loud cracking sound was heard and rudder control was lost. A difficult landing was made, 
					but with loss of directional control the aircraft ran up on shore and suffered considerable 
					damage. Registration cancelled May 27, 1982; 
					Registered C-FINL to Cargair, Quebec May 21, 1983; 
					Crashed and burned October 7, 1988; registration cancelled February 27, 1990.
				5285 (MSN 276) Delivered to USAAF December 9, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					December 24, 1943; serial 367; No.4 Training Command, Calgary, Alberta; 
					Western Air Command (North West Staging Route) November 2, 1944; 
					Edmonton February 19, 1944 for repairs; Western Air Command (North West Staging Route) March 6, 1944;
					North West Air Command July 3, 1944; No. 6 Communications Flight; 
					Accident at Edmonton, Alberta January 3, 1945; 
					No. 10 Repair Depot February 17, 1945 for repair and inspection; 
					Noorduyn Aviation July 12, 1945 for modifications; 
					No.11 Technical Support Unit (Noorduyn) November 27, 1945 for installation of airmail 
					pickup equipment which was later removed; 
					Mont Joli, Quebec March 14, 1946 for Search and Rescue work; Rockcliffe, Ontario November 1, 1947; 
					No.9 Training Group (412 Composite Flight) January 14, 1948; 
					No.6 Repair Depot March 6, 1948 for installation of a ventral fuel tank; 
					North West Air Command (No.111 K Flight), Winnipeg, Manitoba April 9, 1948; 
					Accident January 2, 1949; 
					No.10 Repair Depot; SOC January 11, 1949.
				5286 (MSN 277) Delivered to USAAF December 9, 1943; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					December 24, 1943; serial 368; 
					Western Air Command, Vancouver, BC; 
					Coates Ltd., Vancouver for repairs May 12, 1945; 
					Western Air Command, Vancouver, BC June 21, 1945; 
					S.R. MC, Patricia Bay, BC November 22, 1945; 
					No.6 Repair Depot May 1, 1946; 
					No.9 Training Group, No.403 Photo Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario June 19, 1946; 
					Air Transport Command, No.413 Photo Squadron April 1, 1948; 
					No.6 Repair Depot October 14, 1948 for reconditioning; 
					Air Transport Command, No.413 Photo Squadron March 2, 1949; 
					No. 11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) November 30, 1949 for overhaul; 
					Air Transport Command, No.408 Squadron March 27, 1950; Whitehorse, Yukon September 15, 1953; 
					Lincoln Park, Calgary, Alberta August 17, 1959; 
					reserve storage; Noorduyn Norseman Aircraft Ltd., Montreal, Quebec 1956; 
					registered CF-INM; 
					Hall’s Air Service, Val d’Or, Quebec 1956; 
					Wheeler Northland Airways; accident; rebuild by Noorduyn using a Mark V fuselage.
				5287 (MSN 278) Delivered to USAAF December 20, 1943; Air Transport Command, Alaska Wing; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana January 2, 1944; 
					the aircraft was winterized and departed for Alaska on January 21, 1944; 
					Crashed and burned during salvage operations for a wrecked P-39 at Carpenter Lake, NWT 
					February 27, 1944, pilot and passenger killed.
				5288 (MSN 279) Delivered to USAAF December 15, 1943; Air Transport Command, Alaska Wing; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana December 21, 1943; 
					winterized and departed for Fairbanks, Alaska on December 22, 1943; 
					To RFC June 2, 1945; W.E. Harris, New York, NY; registered N53202; 
					Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland; registered VO-ABZ January 1, 1949; 
					registered CF-GUM [when Newfoundland became a Canadian province]; 
					Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC February 20, 1951; 
					Pacific Western Airlines, Vancouver, BC 1956 [when they bought out Queen Charlotte]; 
					Bullock Wings And Rotors, Calgary, Alberta February 24, 1960; 
					Tom Sydia, Edmonton, Alberta September 17, 1962. 
					On October 15, 1962 the owner reported that the aircraft had been destroyed by fire and 
					was a write off, location and details unknown. 
				5289 (MSN 280) Delivered to USAAF December 15, 1943; Air Transport Command, Alaska Wing; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana December 21, 1943; 
					winterized and departed for Alaska on January 6, 1944; Northern Air Service, Fairbanks, Alaska; 
					registered N18955; 
					Northern Consolidated Airlines Inc., Anchorage, Alaska; 
					registration cancelled March 8, 1971.
				5290 (MSN 281) Delivered to USAAF December 12, 1943; Air Transport Command, Alaska Wing; 
					Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta December 18, 1943; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana January 31, 1944; 
					winterized and departed for Alaska February 23, 1944; 
					Damaged in an accident in Alaska February 14, 1945; 
					To RFC July 25, 1945; Eldorado Mining and Refining Ltd; 
					registered CF-FAA September 29, 1946; 
					United Aviation, Edmonton, Alberta May 2, 1950; 
					Queen Charlotte Airlines, Vancouver, BC. March 28, 1951, it was sold less wings and engine; 
					shipped to Vancouver where it was rebuilt in 1951 – 1953; 
					Pacific Western Airlines Ltd., Vancouver 1958 [when they bought out Queen Charlotte]; 
					Uranium Corporation of BC May 22, 1958;  
					sold to Chile and shipped on November 21, 1960; registered CC-CSD.  
				5291 (MSN 282) Delivered to USAAF December 15, 1943; Newark, New Jersey December 16, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, New Jersey January 6, 1944; New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					Accident October 14, 1944; salvaged December 10, 1944.
				5292 (MSN 283) Delivered to USAAF December 15, 1943; Newark, New Jersey December 16, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, New Jersey January 1, 1944; New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					salvaged.
				5293 (MSN 284) to Delivered to USAAF December 15, 1943; Newark, New Jersey December 24, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, New Jersey January 1, 1944; New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					839th Air Engineering Squadron, 413th Air Service Group, AF Europe; 
					Damaged when ground looped at Furstenfeldbruck [R-72], Germany March 18, 1946; 
					To Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947.
				5294 (MSN 285) Delivered to USAAF December 18, 1943; Newark, New Jersey December 23, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, New Jersey February 8, 1944; New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					325th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 2nd Strategic Air Depot, Abbots Ripton; 
					crashed and destroyed at Barons Park Farm, Desford September 7, 1944, pilot killed.
				5295 (MSN 286) Delivered to USAAF December 28, 1943; Newark, New Jersey December 29, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, New Jersey January 10, 1944; New York April 19, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					To Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947.
				5296 (MSN 287) Delivered to USAAF December 28, 1943; Newark, New Jersey December 29, 1943; 
					Fort Dix, NJ January 6, 1944; New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					To Foreign Liquidation Commission on June 17, 1947.
				5297 (MSN 288) Delivered to USAAF December 18, 1943; Alhambra, California January 3, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 20th AF, India; 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group; 
					Damaged landing at Bolpur, India August 26, 1944; salvaged October 7, 1944.
				5298 (MSN 289) Delivered to USAAF December 28, 1943; Alhambra, California January 11, 1944 
					for shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; 
					14th AF, China; HQ Squadron, 308th Bomb Group; 
					Damaged when ground looped at Kunming, China September 16, 1944; 
					Accident September 10, 1945; salvaged November 10, 1945.
				5299 (MSN 290) Delivered to USAAF December 28, 1943; Alhambra, California January 11, 1944 for
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; 
					166th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; 
					Damaged taking off at Inbaung, Burma December 11, 1944; salvaged February 6, 1945.
				5300 (MSN 291) Delivered to USAAF December 29, 1943; Alhambra, California January 12, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 20th AF; 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group; 
					Damaged when ground looped taking off at Dum Dum, India June 11, 1944; 
					Damaged in a landing accident due to mechanical failure July 8, 1944; 
					Accident June 16, 1945; salvaged September 5, 1945.
				5301 (MSN 292) Delivered to USAAF January 5, 1944; Alhambra, California January 19, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; destroyed by fire December 7, 1945.
				5302 (MSN 293) Delivered to USAAF January 4, 1944; Alhambra, California January 15, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; salvaged May 17, 1945.
				5303 (MSN 294) Delivered to USAAF December 29, 1943; Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colorado 
					January 20, 1944; Gowen, Boise, Idaho; 
					Damaged due weather landing at Cascade, Idaho March 3, 1944; 
					265th Base Unit, Pocatello, Idaho; 
					Damaged while parked by B-29A 44-61679 landing with mechanical failure at Kirtland, NM June 13, 1945
					[the B-29 damaged seven parked aircraft]; 
					To RFC at Albuquerque, New Mexico February 6, 1946.
				5304 (MSN 295) Delivered to USAAF December 29, 1943; 209th Base Unit, Peterson, Colorado Springs, 
					Colorado January 20, 1944; 
					Accident in New Mexico September 18, 1944; 
					Damaged when ground looped at Peterson October 19, 1945; 
					To RFC at Denver, Colorado February 27, 1946; L. Mansdorf, Los Angeles, California; 
					registered N63132, cancelled.
				5305 (MSN 296) Delivered to USAAF January 1, 1944; Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colorado January 21, 1944; 
					11th AF, Alaska; 57th Fighter Wing, Elmendorf, Alaska; 
					Damaged taking off at Lake Hood, Alaska August 3, 1949.
				5306 (MSN 297) Delivered to USAAF January 5, 1944; Oklahoma City Air Service Command, Tinker, Oklahoma 
					January 12, 1944; damaged when ground looped landing at Pratt, Kansas May 9, 1944; 
					To RFC June 18, 1945; R.K. Newcomb, Watertown, North Dakota; registered NC50188, cancelled.
				5307 (MSN 298) Delivered to USAAF January 5, 1944; Miami Technical Service Command, Florida 
					January 27, 1944; forced landed due engine failure 4 miles NE of Port Mayaca, Florida March 31, 1945.
				5308 (MSN 299) Delivered to USAAF January 5, 1944; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania; 
					114th Base Unit, Chatham, Savannah, Georgia; 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Chatham July 16, 1944; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona December 20, 1945; 
					K. Starnes, Conway, Arkansas; registered NC62256, cancelled.
				5309 (MSN 300) Delivered to USAAF December 31, 1944; Hill, Ogden, Utah January 11, 1944; 
					To RFC at Camden, South Carolina December 11, 1945; E.G. Germain, Washington, DC; 
					registered NC60689; Morrison Flying Service, Helena, Montana; 
					Lamb Airways, The Pas, Manitoba; registered CF-GUQ January 17, 1951; 
					Crashed and burned on take-off at Lamb’s Grace Lake Base, The Pas in 1957, pilot Jack Lamb 
					suffered injuries and burns.  
				5310 (MSN 301) Delivered to USAAF January 5, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; New York 
					February 14, 1944; 8th AF, England; 1st Base Air Depot, Burtonwood, Lancashire; 
					Damaged while parked by B-17G 43-37862 taxying at Burtonwood July 16, 1944.
				5311 (MSN 302) Delivered to USAAF December 29, 1943; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 3, 1944; 
					New York February 17, 1944; 8th AF, Europe; salvaged December 20, 1945.
				5312 (MSN 303) Delivered to USAAF January 5, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; salvaged April 18, 1946
				5313 (MSN 304) Delivered to USAAF January 7, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 3rd Base Air Depot, Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland; 
					Damaged in a forced landing at Prestwick, Scotland April 23, 1944; 
					320th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Le Bourget [A-54], Paris, France; 
					Crashed and burned December 3, 1944 while on approach to Le Bourget in low cloud, drizzle 
					and fog the aircraft hit a wooded hill near the village on Montge, France, pilot and engineer killed.
				5314 (MSN 305) Delivered to USAAF January 7, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947.
				5315 (MSN 306) Delivered to USAAF January 7, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					9th AF, Europe; 
					325th Troop Carrier Squadron, 516th Troop Carrier Group, Ansbach [R-45], Germany; 
					Damaged taxying at Goppingen [R-44], Germany December 30, 1945; 
					To Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947
				5316 (MSN 307) Delivered to USAAF January 7, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; 
					New York February 14, 1944; 8th AF, England; salvaged.
				5317 (MSN 308) Delivered to USAAF January 7, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 8, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; salvaged March 15, 1945.
				5318 (MSN 309) Delivered to USAAF January 8, 1944; Alhambra, California January 17 for shipment to 
					Calcutta, India; accident October 31, 1944; condemned December 4, 1944.
				5319 (MSN 310) Delivered to USAAF January 8, 1944; Alhambra, California January 16, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; condemned December 4, 1944.
				5320 (MSN 311) Delivered to USAAF January 13, 1944; Alhambra, California January 23, 1944 
					for shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; condemned June 3, 1945.
				5321 (MSN 312) Delivered to USAAF January 10, 1944; Alhambra, California January 16, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; 443rd Troop Carrier Group; 
					Damaged when ground looped at Ledo, India March 14, 1945; condemned March 19, 1945.
				5322 (MSN 313) Delivered to USAAF January 17, 1944; Alhambra, California January 28, 1944 for 
					shipment to Calcutta, India; 14th AF, China; 
					Damaged in a takeoff accident at Yunnanyi, China August 16, 1944.
				5323 (MSN 314) Delivered to USAAF January 10, 1944; Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colorado January 22; 
					7th Service Command, Wendover, Utah; 
					Damaged while parked by B-29A 44-61679 landing with mechanical failure at Kirtland, NM June 13, 1945 
					[the B-29 damaged seven parked aircraft].
				5324 (MSN 315) Delivered to USAAF January, 1944
				5325 (MSN 316) Delivered to USAAF January 26, 1944; Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colorado 
					February 13, 1944; To RFC at Albuquerque, New Mexico October 1, 1945; registered N59054, cancelled.
				5326 (MSN 317) Delivered to USAAF January 18, 1944; Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colorado February 7, 1944;
					 249th Base Unit, Alliance, Nebraska; 
					Damaged due weather landing at Scottsbluff Auxiliary Field, Nebraska January 26, 1945.
				5327 (MSN 318) Delivered to USAAF January 21, 1944; Air Transport Command, Alaska Wing; 
					Edmonton, Alberta February 14, 1944; 
					4119th Base Unit, Air Service Command, Brookley, Mobile, Alabama; 
					Damaged taxying at Brookley November 12, 1944; 11th AF, Alaska; 
					Damaged when force landed due weather at Chisana, Alaska November 20, 1944.
				5328 (MSN 319) Delivered to USAAF January 19, 1944; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana January 26, 1944; 
					the aircraft was winterized; Fairbanks, Alaska February 2, 1944; returned to US; 
					To RFC June 2, 1945; J.C. Cheney, Yakima, Washington; registered N49663, cancelled.
				5329 (MSN 320) Delivered to USAAF January 22, 1944; Air Transport Command, Alaska Wing; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana; Edmonton, Alberta; 
					11th AF, Alaska; damaged in a takeoff accident at Koyuk, Alaska March 18, 1944; 
					Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska; 
					Force landed due engine failure 50 miles NW of Anchorage, Alaska August 21, 1947.
				5330 (MSN 321) Delivered to USAAF January 21, 1944; Brookley, Mobile, Alabama January 30, 1944; 
					damaged taxying at Key, Meridian, Mississippi May 5, 1944; 
					To RFC June 26, 1946; Skylanes Express Inc., Macon, Georgia; registered NC65616; 
					Sky Service Corp., Evansville, Indiana; Crash damaged, repaired and put into service; 
					T.S. Douglas (Muskoka Air Trails), Muskoka, Ontario May 5, 1948; 
					registered CF-GHY; Quinte Skyways Ltd. May 24, 1949; 
					located to Yellowknife, NWT July 3, 1949 and operated by T.S. Douglas for Yellowknife Airways; 
					Crashed and burned north of Yellowknife July 4, 1949 when it hit a rock on takeoff.
				5331 (MSN 322) Delivered to USAAF January 21, 1944; Robins, Georgia January 29, 1944; 
					To RFC July 18, 1945;registered N3982C, cancelled; 
					Jenemie Angel Inc., Colonial Dambsch, Managua, Nicaragua.
				5332 (MSN 323) Delivered to USAAF January 26, 1944; McClellan, Sacramento, California February 5; 
					To RFC at Ontario, California November 19, 1945; J. Von Ronkel, Los Angeles, California; 
					registered NC56781; Jose P. Geofrey October 2 1948; registration cancelled December 2,1948; 
					registered XB-KEY; registered N4633V November 20, 1951; registered in Colombia as HK-454;
					Artunduago, Gustavo August 31, 1953; Selva Ltda. Servicio Aero Del Vaupes November 26, 1953; 
					TAO Taxi Aereo Opita April 26, 1957; Trujillo Villegas, Walter October 14, 1958; 
					ASPA Ltda., Aerov Santana Pilotos Asociación November 18, 1958.
				5333 (MSN 324) Delivered to USAAF January 22, 1944; Kelly, San Antonio, Texas January 28, 1944; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 6, 1945; North Aviation Co., White Bear Lake, Minnesota; 
					registered NC51491; registered CF-ENB; Central Northern Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba May 15 1953;
					Transair Ltd., St. James, Manitoba 1956 (Central Northern and Arctic Wings merged in 1956 to 
					become Transair); Northland Airlines, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1968; 
					Courier Trading and Enterprises, Winnipeg 1969; Ilford-Riverton Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1970; 
					D.G. Belluz and D.S. Paterson (Gayle Air), Winnipeg January 26, 1971; 
					J.W. Hostetler, Red Lake, Ontario September 19, 1974; Wings Aviation, Red Lake July 11, 1975; 
					J.W. Hostetler 1976; Willie Pruden and Wendell Umble, Lac La Biche, Alberta September 3, 1980; 
					Ilford-Riverton Airways, Winnipeg July 8, 1982; 
					Northland Outdoors, Winnipeg, Manitoba December 1984; 
					Northland Air Manitoba, Winnipeg May 29, 1986; Grass River Lodge, The Pas, Manitoba June 16, 1993; 
					Kississing Lake Lodge Ltd. [Wings Over Kississing], Flin Flon, Manitoba May 12, 2000; 
					registration current [Aug16].
				5334 (MSN 325) Delivered to USAAF January 21, 1944; Oklahoma City Air Service Command, Tinker, Oklahoma 
					March 12, 1944; To RFC August 9, 1945; registered NC48993, cancelled on export to Canada; 
					The Pas Airways Ltd., The Pas, Manitoba; registered CF-GTN August 25, 1950; 
					damaged when it broke through ice; 
					E.R Myers in damaged condition; E.R. Myers (Rusty Myers Flying Service), Fort Frances, Ontario 
					April 10, 1953; Stan’s Flying Service, Ear Falls, Ontario July 19, 1971; 
					Parsons Airways, Kenora, Ontario August 8, 1974; Neil C. Walsten, Kenora, Ontario May 4, 1976; 
					Parsons Airways May 10, 1976; Neil Walsten 1978; 
					Ilford-Riverton Airways (Lease from D.W. Graham), Winnipeg, Manitoba July 8, 1980; 
					Walsten Air Service (Lease from D.W. Graham), Kenora, Ontario; 
					Ontario Central Airlines (Lease from D.W. Graham), Kenora Ontario December 30, 1980;
					Bearskin Lake Air Service (Lease from D.W. Graham), Sioux Lookout, Ontario July 20, 1982; 
					Cross Lake Air Service, Wabowden, Manitoba 1982; Walsten Air Service, Kenora 1983; 
					Crashed into trees after engine failure near Round Lake, Ontario June 24, 1983, 
					pilot had selected an empty fuel tank; salvaged by Don Graham 1984; Silver Wings 
					Leasing (Don Graham), Sioux Lookout, Ontario May 16, 1989; 
					Norman Otto and George Allen of Sioux Lookout, Ontario July 24, 1989; 
					registration cancelled June 27, 2000 on export to USA; 
					Wayne Alsworth,  Soldotna, Arkansas; registered November 28, 2001 as N2038L, current [Sep16].
				5335 (MSN 326) Delivered to USAAF January 21, 1944; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					January 25, 1944; serial 369; No.124 Squadron, 1944; 
					No. 435 (T) Squadron, Edmonton, Alberta August 1946; Carberry, Manitoba August 21, 1946; 
					Winnipeg Detachment November 1946; Lincoln Park, Calgary, Alberta for storage November 9, 1946; 
					SOC January 20, 1956; registered CF-ILH; 
					Nordair; crashed enroute Roberval to Archer Lake, Quebec July 13, 1957
				5336 (MSN 327) Delivered to USAAF January 25, 1944; US Military Defense Aid diversion to RCAF 
					March 8, 1944; serial 370; Eastern Air Command, Halifax, Nova Scotia; reserve storage; 
					Eastern Air Command, Halifax, February 18, 1946; No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario July 18, 1946; 
					reserve storage; North West Air Command, No.123 (SR) Flight, Sea Island, Vancouver, BC May 2, 1949; 
					No.10 Repair Depot, Calgary, Alberta April 15, 1950 for repairs and fabric recovering; 
					North West Air Command, No.123 (SR) Flight, Sea Island; Western Region Training Command, 
					Winnipeg, Manitoba July 11, 1951; No.25 Air Material Base (Canadian Pacific Airlines), 
					Calgary, Alberta April 21, 1957 for repairs and corrosion removal; 
					Transport Command, No.111 (C&R) Flight June 23, 1952; accident at Winnipeg, Manitoba 
					September 8, 1952; Lincoln Park, Calgary, Alberta September 20, 1952; 
					No. 12 Technical Support Unit (deHavilland) December 8, 1953 for repairs; Mutual Defense 
					Assistance Program; Royal Norwegian AF April 23, 1953 as 370, code R-AP; 
					Skattøra, Tromso on floats as an ambulance aircraft; loan to Wideroes; registered LN-BVD; 
					Damaged at Narvik 1955; wreck purchased by Wideroes; rebuilt; registered LN-BFU; 
					Written off in a crash at Alta, Norway August 18, 1964; registration cancelled October 19, 1967.
				5337 (MSN 328) Delivered to USAAF January 29, 1944; Muroc Lake, California February 10, 1944; 
					To RFC at Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia April 25, 1945; 
					Damaged taxying at Richmond, Virginia February 14, 1946; 
					W.E. Harris, New York, NY; registered NC53213, cancelled on export to Newfoundland; 
					Traylor Aviation Co., Washington, DC; Newfoundland Airways Ltd., St. John’s, Newfoundland; 
					registered VO-ACB January 1, 1949; re-registered CF-GRQ December 15, 1949 [after Newfoundland 
					became a Canadian province]; Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC December 1950; 
					Disappeared on a flight from Muchalat Arm, Zeballos to Tofino, BC August 4, 1951 with the 
					pilot and six passengers, never found, assumed to have crashed at sea.
				5338 (MSN 329) Delivered to USAAF January 29, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 31, 1945; 
					New York February 17, 1944; 8th AF, England.
				5339 (MSN 330) Delivered to USAAF January 29, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 31, 1944; 
					New York February 15, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					315th Air Transport Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group, Creil [A-81], France; 
					damaged taxying at Chantilly [A-65], France October 8, 1944; salvaged November 14, 1944.
				5340 (MSN 331) Delivered to USAAF January 27, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey January 31, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport 
					Group, 2nd Base Air Depot, Warton, Lancashire. On August 14, 1944 the Norseman was 
					transporting seven ferry pilots from Warton to Speke, Liverpool. During landing at 
					Speke in an 8 mph cross-wind, it ground looped, veering left off the runway and collided 
					with a parked P-47, 44-19565. Extensive damage to both aircraft but no injuries. 
					Salvaged October 29, 1944.
				5341 (MSN 332) Delivered to USAAF February 4, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 6, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947.
				5342 (MSN 333) Delivered to USAAF February 1, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 4, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					Accident January 29, 1947; condemned February 27, 1947; salvaged on May 1, 1947.
				5343 (MSN 334) Delivered to USAAF February 1, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey; New York February 12, 1944; 
					8th AF, England; On September 20, 1944 a ‘Split-S’ maneuver was attempted resulting 
					in considerable damage, a large amount of fabric was ripped from the wing tops, the top of 
					the rudder was bent at 90 degrees and the fuselage twisted but the aircraft was landed safely; 
					salvaged October 29, 1944.
				5344 (MSN 335) Delivered to USAAF February 1, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 2, 1944; 
					New York February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 320th Air Transport Squadron, 
					27th Air Transport Group, 1st Strategic Air Depot, Troston, Suffolk. 
					On July 10, 1944 the aircraft was tasked to transport a Lockheed Hudson V wheel and 
					tyre required to repair an aircraft of this type at Prestwick, Scotland. On approaching 
					the Somerset/Wiltshire border in thick fog, the pilot requested permission to land at 
					Zeals airfield, Wiltshire. Flying Control refused permission because of the bad weather 
					conditions and shortly afterwards the Norseman struck the pinnacle of King Alfred's Tower 
					[a 160ft high folly built in 1772. It is believed to mark the site where King Alfred the 
					Great rallied his troops in 878. The tower commemorates the accession of George III 
					to the throne in 1760 and the end of the Seven Years War] positioned on the hill just 
					north of the airfield at Stourhead. The aircraft crashed on Hillcombe Farm, South Brewham 
					killing the pilot and two airmen who were to install the replacement Hudson wheel on 
					arrival at Prestwick. Salvaged July 13, 1944.
				5345 (MSN 336) Delivered to USAAF February 2, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 4, 1944; 
					New York, NY February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe. 
				5346 (MSN 337) Delivered to USAAF February 2, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 4, 1944; 
					New York, NY February 12, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					Le Bourget [A-54], Paris, France; accident November 19, 1945; salvaged January 2, 1946.
				5347 (MSN 338) Delivered to USAAF February 2, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey; New York February 12, 1944; 
					8th AF, England; Air  Service Command, England 1944; Foreign Liquidation Commission 
					June 17, 1947.
				5348 (MSN 339) Delivered to USAAF February 3, 1944; Air Service Command, Hill, Ogden, Utah March 11, 1944;
					Force landed at Riverton, Wyoming April 5, 1944; 
					Damaged landing and nosed over at Ford, Dearborn, Michigan January 4, 1945; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 6, 1945; registered N60884; A Martinez; 
					registered in Argentina as LV-NQD May 9, 1947; 
					Servicios Aéreos Explotadores de Transporte Aéreo (S.A.E.T.A.) November 23, 1948, 
					Fábrica Argentina de Aviones; registered LV-AGU November 28, 1950; 
					Accident at Santa Rosa October 12, 1956; Transporte Aéreo Costa Atlántica (TACA) November 19, 1957; 
					Juan Montiel Forzano July 30, 1964
				5349 (MSN 340) Delivered to USAAF February 3, 1944; Hill, Ogden, Utah February 15, 1944; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona January 6, 1945; 4250th Base Unit, Boca Raton, Florida; 
					Damaged landing at Boca Raton May 3, 1945; D.J. King, Minneapolis, Minnesota; 
					registered N61854; Muskoka Air Trails Ltd., Huntsville, Ontario; registered CF-FOX June 23, 1947; 
					Hollinger-Ungava Air Transport Ltd., Montreal, Quebec February 24, 1950; 
					Lemoyne Exploration Ltd., Toronto, Ontario February 24, 1955; 
					Assembly Mines Ltd., Toronto, Ontario 1959; registration expired January 14, 1962; 
					registered to St. Felicien Air Service, St. Felicien, Quebec in 1971; 
					Damaged in a nose-over accident; Ilford-Riverton Airways, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1977; 
					Island Air, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1983; Bearskin Lake Air Service, Sioux Lookout, Ontario June 1986; 
					Silver Wings Leasing, Sioux Lookout, Ontario February 29, 1988; Icarus Aviation Inc., 
					Sioux Lookout, Ontario July 24, 1989; Otto-Allen Air Ltd., Sioux Lookout September 21, 1989; 
					Icarus Aviation August 22, 1990; Rand Air Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta March 12, 1993; 
					damaged in Edmonton when a forklift was backed into it; 
					Randy Daoust [Randi Air Ltd.], Edmonton November 21, 1993; 
					Kevin Walsten April 10, 2003; Walsten Aircraft Parts & Leasing Inc. February 21, 2007; 
					West Caribou Air Service Inc. September 10, 2008; 
					Walsten Aircraft Parts & Leasing Inc. October 30, 2013, current [Sep16].
				5350 (MSN 341) Delivered to USAAF February 3, 1944; San Bernardino, California February 11, 1944; 
					To RFC at Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia September 12, 1945; South American Trading Corporation, 
					New York, NY; registered NC58406; 
					Civil conversion at All American Aviation Company, DuPont Airfield, Wilmington, Delaware; 
					Compania Dodero Navigacion Argentina SA (CDNA), Argentina; registered LV-AAY May 22, 1946; 
					ferried May 22, 1946 from DuPont Airfield but the US exit was delayed in Brownsville, Texas 
					by the government’s reluctance to deliver authorization to export the aircraft. 
					On June 6 the aircraft was finally allowed to leave to Buenos Aries, arriving at 
					Presidente Rivadavia Airport, Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina June 29, 1946; 
					Aviación del Litoral Fluvial Argentino (ALFA) January 22, 1947; 
					Destroyed in a hangar fire Puerto Nuevo, Buenos Aires, December 24, 1948
				5351 (MSN 342) Delivered to USAAF February 3, 1944; Long Beach, California for shipment to Calcutta, India;
					re-assigned to San Bernardino, California; ferried to San Bernardino February 27, 1944; 
					To RFC at Ontario, California January 27, 1945; R.R. Bording, Long Beach, California; 
					registered N56620, cancelled.
				5352 (MSN 343) Delivered to USAAF January 31, 1944; Long Beach, California for shipment to Calcutta, India; 
					re-assigned to Miami, Florida; ferried to Miami February 10, 1944; 
					Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania; To RFC at Robins, Georgia August 21, 1945; 
					J.R. Fortune, Griffin, Georgia; registered NC55803 February 3, 1946; 
					Amado Arroyo Fraudemberg, Mexico; registered XB-SID.
				5353 (MSN 344) Delivered to USAAF February 10, 1944; Muroc Lake, California February 26, 1944; 
					Island Airways, Seattle, Washington; registered N63131; 
					Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska August 12, 1949; registration cancelled January 4, 1971.
				5354 (MSN 345) Delivered to USAAF February 10, 1944; Drew, Tampa, Florida February 17, 1944; 
					To RFC at Augusta, Georgia August 15, 1945; C.H. Babb, Glendale, California; registered N60915; 
					Monongahela and Ohio Coal Co., Cleveland, Ohio; registration revoked January 14, 1977; 
					Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec; registered CF-IHP 1956; 
					The aircraft went missing July 8, 1956 on a flight from Fox Harbor to Goose Bay, Labrador 
					with a pilot and one passenger.
				5355 (MSN 346) Delivered to USAAF February 11, 1944; Drew, Tampa, Florida February 17, 1944; 
					To RFC at Augusta, Georgia August 21, 1945; J.P. Mill, Nassau, NY.
				5356 (MSN 347) Delivered to USAAF February 14, 1944; 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus, Michigan; 
					Damaged in a takeoff accident on its delivery flight from the factory at Cartierville, Quebec 
					February 14, 1944; 561st Base Unit, Rosecrans, Missouri; 
					Damaged by structural failure at Rosecrans August 6, 1945; To RFC at Ponca City, Oklahoma
					November 15, 1945; Plunkett and Weicks, Campbell, Virginia; 
					registered NC40689; Enredico Inc., Santa Barbra, Venezuela.
				5357 (MSN 348) Delivered to USAAF February 14, 1944; Bolling Field, Washington, DC February 19, 1944;  
					ferried to Alaska via Edmonton, Alberta May 17, 1944; 
					Damaged landing at Fort Smith, North West Territories September 30, 1944; returned to US; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 15, 1945; J.G. Ross, White Bear Lake, Minnesota; 
					registered NC88760, cancelled on export to Canada; Rainy Lake Air Services Ltd., Fort Frances, Ontario;
					registered CF-HQD July 19, 1954; W.C. Plummer, Flin Flon, Manitoba September 2, 1954; 
					Chukuni Airways Ltd., Kenora, Ontario 1958; Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario 1960; 
					damaged in an accident at Lac Seul, Quebec February 21, 1968, the aircraft nosed over on landing 
					when the skis broke through crusted snow; Slate Falls Airways; grounded in 1981, 
					registration cancelled May 27, 1982; Aircraft Technical Services Ltd.; 
					registered C-FHQD February 21, 1983; reported as having been stripped for parts at 
					Kakabeka Falls, Ontario; fuselage bought by John Knutson for use in rebuilding CF-OBG 
					(MSN N29-1); registration C-FHQD current [Sep16].
				5358 (MSN 349) Delivered to USAAF February 14, 1944; Bolling Field, Washington, DC February 15, 1944; 
					11th AF, Alaska; Edmonton, Alberta May 18, 1944; returned to US; 
					To RFC at Ontario, California November 19, 1945; registered N56619, cancelled.
				5359 (MSN 350) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Long Beach, California April 5, 1944; 
					Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; 
					166th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; damaged taxying at Asanol, India 
					March 17, 1945.
				5360 (MSN 351) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, Georgia 
					February 24; Long Beach, California April 3, 1944; Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 for shipment 
					to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India; 166th Liaison Squadron, 1st Combat Cargo Group, 
					Combat Cargo Task Force, Sasol, India; Damaged taxying in collision with parked C-64 44-70538 
					at Sasol, India May 25, 1945; salvaged June 20, 1945.
				5361 (MSN 352) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, 
					Georgia March 1, 1944; Long Beach, California April 6, 1944; Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 
					for shipment to Calcutta, India; 10th AF, India.
				5362 (MSN 353) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 21, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; accident November 4, 1944; 
					salvaged January 4, 1945.
				5363 (MSN 354) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 25, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					Accident December 20, 1945; salvaged February 19, 1946.
				5364 (MSN 355) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 25, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					Accident March 9, 1946; salvaged April 18, 1946.
				5365 (MSN 356) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 25, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF Service Command, Europe; 
					314th Transport Squadron, 31st Transport Group, Grove, Berkshire; 
					Flew into a hill near Gunnislake, Devon June 11, 1944, destroyed by fire.
				5366 (MSN 357) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey February 25, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					Accident February 23, 1945; salvaged March 27, 1945.
				5367 (MSN 358) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 1, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; condemned December 26, 1944.
				5368 (MSN 359) Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 1, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					27th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Group, Mount Farm, Oxfordshire; 
					Accident landing at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire July 21, 1944; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947.
				5369 (MSN 360) Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 1, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					326th Ferrying Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, Ascot, Sunninghill Park, Berkshire; 
					Damaged in a landing accident at Sunninghill August 1, 1944.
				5370 (MSN 361) Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 1, 1944; 
					New York March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; salvaged November 21, 1944.
				5371 (MSN 362) Delivered to USAAF February 26, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 1, 1944; 
					New York March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; salvaged August 6, 1944.
				5372 (MSN 363) Delivered to USAAF February 21, 1944; Wellston, Georgia March 3, 1944; 
					4006th Base Unit, Miami Air Depot, Florida; 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Morrison, Florida September 12, 1944; 
					To RFC at Camden, South Carolina November 14, 1945; registered NC18978; registered C-8-T [Colombia]
				5373 (MSN 364) Delivered to USAAF February 29, 1944; Rome Air Depot, New York March 4, 1944; 
					4500th Base Unit, Venice, Florida; Force landed due engine failure three miles SW of Senoia, 
					Georgia July 31, 1944; Northern Wings Co. Ltd., Levis, Quebec; registered August 25, 1952 
					as CF-FQI; H.P. Boudreau, Sept Iles, Quebec 1961; 
					Valmond Blanchette; Sept Iles Air Service, Sept Iles, Quebec; Quebec Labrador Airways, Sept Iles 1964; 
					Wheeler Northland Airways, St. Jean, Quebec March 1, 1966; 
					La Riviere Air Service, Schefferville, Quebec August 31, 1967; Airgava Ltd., Schefferville 1976; 
					Jacques Fleury and L. Carignan, Warwick, Quebec.
					On May 24, 1980, after takeoff from Victoriaville, Quebec with ten parachutists on board, 
					the engine failed climbing through 8,500 feet. The parachutists exited the aircraft and 
					the pilot attempted a forced landing on a paved runway. The aircraft landed half way down the 
					runway, brake was applied and the aircraft overturned causing substantial damage. 
					Registration cancelled June 26, 1986. The aircraft was rebuilt to Mark V standards by Gordon 
					Hughes, Ignace, Ontario. In March 1992 it was offered for sale as a Mark V on Edo 7170 floats. 
					Registered October 16, 1992 to 2633-3898 Quebec Inc. (Vincent Coriville), Montreal, Quebec; 
					Registration cancelled April 8, 1993; Viking Outpost Cabins Ltd., Red Lake, Ontario May 14, 1993; 
					Four Seasons Air Ltd. May 27, 2010; registration current [Sep16].
				5374 (MSN 365) Delivered to USAAF February 29, 1944; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					March 7, 1944; To RFC at Augusta, Georgia August 20, 1945; Aero Service, Los Angeles, California; 
					registered NC88719, cancelled on export to Canada; G. Hussey; Queen Charlotte Airlines Ltd., 
					Vancouver, BC; registered CF-GLI September 20, 1951; E.R. Dale, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 
					April 24, 1953; Air Dale Ltd., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; 
					Chapleau Air Services, Chapleau, Ontario December 5, 1982; 
					cancelled from the register December 3, 1985; Kyro’s (Albany River) Airways; 
					registered CF-GLI June 9, 1987; registration cancelled May 28, 1990; 
					Mid Canada Sky Services Ltd.; registered CF-GLI July 17, 1990; registration cancelled July 22, 1992; 
					Sky-North Ltd.; registered CF-GLI January 11, 1993; Red Lake Airways (1987) Ltd. March 26, 1993; 
					Gogal Air Service, Snow Lake, Manitoba June 21, 1994; 
					Damaged  in water landing June 10, 2010; registration cancelled Jul 21, 2014;
 					Vliegtuig Aircraft, Zaandam, Netherlands 2015 for restoration.
				5375 (MSN 366) Delivered to USAAF February 29, 1944; Spokane, Washington March 14, 1944; 
					2543rd Base Unit, Waco, Texas; 
					Damaged landing six miles NE of Reisel Auxiliary Field, Texas May 31, 1945.
				5376 (MSN 367) Delivered to USAAF March 1, 1944; Air Transport Command; Venice, Florida March 9, 1944; 
					To RFC at Augusta, Georgia September 15, 1945; Walker Airways, Detroit, Michigan; 
					registered NC63742; Transportes Aereos Peruanos SA., Peru; registered OB-QAE-153; JAARS, Inc, 
					[providing air service to Bible translators dedicated to sustained contact with hard to 
					reach small tribes]. In 1957, JAARS purchased the Norseman from the struggling TAPSA. 
					The ferry pilot recalled several days of work needed to prepare the land-plane for the 
					flight to the headquarters and maintenance base at Yarinacocha. There the fuselage would be
					metalized to withstand regular use as a floatplane after the restoration. 
					Registered OB-LHA. Most of the missionary work would take place to the East, in Brazil. 
					On April 27, 1963, the refreshed Norseman was transferred to Brazil, registered PT-CDG and 
					christened ‘General Jesus Melgar E.’. The name was in memory of a Peruvian AF leader, 
					killed six months earlier in an aviation accident, while serving the interim military junta 
					as Minister of Agriculture. The aircraft was ‘donated’ to the University of Brasilia Foundation - 
					believed to be a CIA organ­ization - August 1963; operated in the Amazon region of Brazil for 
					ten years; Jungle Aviation and Radio Service, Waxhaw, North Carolina December 1971; 
					registered N47801; [Jungle Aviation and Radio Service designed and installed electronic s
					ystems in CIA aircraft]; Prompt Air Charter Enterprises, Inc., Milford, Michigan, acquired the 
					aircraft "as is - where is" on floats and sitting on the shore of a reservoir in Rock Hill, 
					South Carolina, about 30 miles from Waxhaw August 1973; G. Maryk and A. Ganchow (Tall Timber Lodge), 
					Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba September 30, 1981; registered CF-KAS; George Maryk Etal, Lac du Bonnet, 
					Manitoba October 1987; Kyro’s (Albany River) Airways, Geraldton, Ontario March 25, 1988; 
					Dominion Airlines Inc., Geraldton April 30, 1990; W.A. Ferring, Armstrong, Ontario August 27, 1990; 
					Michael Wiktowy, Thunder Bay, Ontario July 22, 1992; 
					Substantially damaged when a float fitting failed while landing at Kuper Island, British Columbia 
					March, 1995; Gerald Arnold, St. Albert, Alberta July 25, 1995; rebuilt by Northland Aircraft 
					Service, Ignace, Ontario; West Caribou Air Service Ltd., Thunder Bay, Ontario May 9, 1997, 
					current [Sep16].
				5377 (MSN 368) Delivered to USAAF March 1, 1944; Punta Gorda, Florida March 4, 1944; To RFC
					at Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia September, 1945; Georgia Airlines, Richmond, Georgia; 
					registered N55748, cancelled.
				5378 (MSN 369) Delivered to USAAF March 1, 1944; Harris Neck, Georgia March 13, 1944; 
					To RFC at Bush Field, Augusta, Georgia September 20, 1945; A. Almosling, Washington, DC; 
					registered NC53208; Wien Alaska Airlines, Fairbanks, Alaska; registration cancelled.
				5379 (MSN 370) Delivered to USAAF March 1, 1944; Olmsted, Middletown Air Depot, Pennsylvania 
					March 11, 1944; assigned to Aeronca Aircraft Corporation for 180 days of engine study; 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 16, 1945; Transocean Airlines, Oakland, California; 
					registered N49375 August 31, 1950, cancelled November 2, 1951.
				5380 (MSN 371) Delivered to USAAF March 3, 1944; Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio March 11, 1944; 
					Aero Medical Laboratory for 60 days of tests; damaged taxying at Wright Field May 17, 1944; 
					To RFC at Ponca City, Oklahoma October 27, 1945; Wood, Hester and Robbins Air Express, Cameron Texas; 
					registered N88778.
				5381 (MSN 372) Delivered to USAAF March 3, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, March 13, 1944;
					Long Beach, California April 5, 1944; Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India;
					10th AF, India; 165th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; 
					Damaged while parked by C-64A 43-5384 landing at Yazagyo, Burma November 5, 1944; 
					salvaged September 5, 1945.
				5382 (MSN 373) Delivered to USAAF March 3, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, March 11, 1944;
					Long Beach, California April 19, 1944; Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India;
					10th AF, India; 165th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; 
					Damaged landing at Ye-U, Burma January 13, 1945; salvaged March 20, 1945.
				5383 (MSN 374) Delivered to USAAF March 3, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, March 14, 1944;
					Long Beach, California May 4, 1944; shipped to Calcutta, India on July 31, 1944; 
					10th AF, India;   164th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; 
					Damaged in a landing accident at Paleik, Burma March 22, 1945; salvaged July 3, 1945.
				5384 (MSN 375) Delivered to USAAF March 12, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, Georgia 
					March 15, 1944; Long Beach, California April 18, 1944; Dallas, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; 
					Long Beach, California;  Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India; 
					10th AF, India; 165th Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, Asanol, India; 
					Damaged in collision during landing with parked C-64A 43-5381 at Yazagyo, Burma November 5, 1944; 
					condemned on January 7, 1945.
				5385 (MSN 376) Delivered to USAAF March 12, 1944; Delta Airlines Modification Center, Atlanta, March 15, 1944;
					Long Beach, California April 29, 1944; Alhambra, California May 16, 1944 for shipment to Calcutta, India;
					10th AF, India; salvaged June 20, 1945
				5386 (MSN 377) Delivered to USAAF March 29,1944; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal AF March 24, 1944; 
					serial FZ441; No.45 (Atlantic Ferry) Group, Transport Command, Canada; diversion to RCAF; serial 2495; 
					No.1 Training Command (BCTP), Toronto, Ontario; Eastern Air Command November 9, 1944; 
					No.124 Squadron; Scoudouc, New Brunswick June 15, 1945 for float installation; Moncton July 17, 1945; 
					storage September 17, 1945; No.1 Air Command, No.9 Training Group, Rockcliffe, Ontario November 6, 1945 
					for Exercise Musk Ox; 
					No.9 Training Group, Rockcliffe, Ontario May 8, 1946; No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario November 1, 1947; 
					No.413 Squadron [AP-P], Rockcliffe, Ontario; April 22, 1948; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario April 17, 1950; 
					No.11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) May 10, 1950; 
					No.413 Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario April 23, 1951; 
					Rockcliffe, Ontario May 10, 1951; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario June 18, 1951; 
					No.11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) July 27, 1951 for spar modifications and 
					reconditioning; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario June 23, 1952 and reduced to spares.
				5387 (MSN 378) Delivered to USAAF March 29, 1944; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Royal AF 
					March 24, 1944; serial FZ442; No.45 (Atlantic Ferry) Group, Transport Command, Canada; 
					diversion to RCAF March 29, 1944; serial 2496; 
					No.1 Training Command (BCTP), Toronto, Ontario; reserve storage; No.1 Air Command January 15, 1945; 
					No.413 Squadron [AP-Q], No.9 Training Group, Rockcliffe, Ontario May 4, 1946; 
					Air Transport Command April 1, 1948; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario October 14, 1948; 
					No.413 Survey Squadron, Rockcliffe, Ontario March 5, 1949; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario January 31, 1950; 
					No.11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) April 24, 1950 for door installation; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario ‘pending allotment to contractor’; 
					No.11 Technical Support Unit (Canadian Car and Foundry) July 27, 1951 for reconditioning; 
					No.6 Repair Depot, Trenton, Ontario; reduced to spares June 23, 1952.
				5388 (MSN 379) Delivered to USAAF March 12, 1944; Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio March 24, 1944; 
					used for test and control; To RFC on August 23, 1946.
				5389 (MSN 380) Delivered to USAAF March 12, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 14, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					10th FS, 50th FG, Mannheim [Y-79], Germany; 
					Damaged in a takeoff accident at Mannheim May 29, 1945; condemned September 6, 1945.
				5390 (MSN 381) Delivered to USAAF March 12, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 19, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; Accident November 6, 1944; 
					condemned May 4, 1945.
				5391 (MSN 382) Delivered to USAAF March 13, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 19, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey April 1, 1944; 8th AF, England; accident October 10, 1944; 
					salvaged May 6, 1945.
				5392 (MSN 383) Delivered to USAAF March 13, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 21, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					Accident December 9, 1946; condemned February 27, 1947; salvaged May 1, 1947.
				5393 (MSN 384) Delivered to USAAF March 13, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 19, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					387th FS, 365th FG, Fitzlar [Y-86], Germany; 
					Destroyed in a crash near Fulda, Germany July 11, 1945.
				5394 (MSN 385) Delivered to USAAF March 13, 1945; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 21, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; accident November 20, 1944; 
					Salvaged January 31, 1945.
				5395 (MSN 386) Delivered to USAAF March 15, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 19, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					TO Foreign Liquidation Commission June 17, 1947.
				5396 (MSN 387) Delivered to USAAF March 22, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 25, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey April 1, 1944; 8th AF, England; 9th AF, Europe; 
					Accident August 20, 1945; condemned January 11, 1946; salvaged April 18, 1946.
				5397 (MSN 388) Delivered to USAAF March 14, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 19, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey April 1, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					27th Photographic Squadron, 7th Photographic Group, Mount Farm, Oxfordshire; 
					Damaged when ground looped at Le Molay [A-9], France July 17, 1944; 
					repaired on January 31, 1945.
				5398 (MSN 389) Delivered to USAAF March 14, 1944; Fort Dix, New Jersey March 19, 1944; 
					Newark, New Jersey March 31, 1944; 8th AF, England; 
					325th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 2nd Strategic Air Depot, Abbots Ripton; 
					Taxying accident at Podington July 20, 1944.
				5399 (MSN 390) Delivered to USAAF March 14, 1944; Oakland, California March 27, 1944; 
					shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia April 14, 1944; 13th AF, South Pacific; 
					excess inventory February 10, 1946; salvaged October 11, 1946.
				5400 (MSN 391) Delivered to USAAF March 14, 1944; Oakland, California March 28, 1944; 
					shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia April 14, 1944; 13th AF, South Pacific; 
					salvaged October 2, 1945.
				5401 (MSN 392) Delivered to USAAF March 14, 1944; Oakland, California March 27, 1944; 
					shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia April 11, 1944; 13th AF, South Pacific; 
					Accident December 18, 1944; salvaged May 9, 1945.
				5402 (MSN 393) Delivered to USAAF  March 20, 1944; Oakland, California March 27, 1944; 
					shipped to Noumea, New Caledonia April 11, 1944; 13th AF, South Pacific; 
					excess inventory list February 10, 1946.
43-5403/5462		Curtiss P-40M-1-CU Warhawk
				MSN 27091/27150
				5407 (51st FG, 16th FS) damaged in forced landing at Weining,
					China Dec 12, 1943
				5408 to RAAF as A29-302.  Landed during a tropical storm at Merauke Oct 6, 1943and slid on the wet strip; 
					converted to components.
				5409 was to go to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by U-Boat in
					Caribbean Jan 29, 1943
				5410 to RAAF as A29-337 Apr 1943.  Collided with A29-346 and crashed into sea near Biak Oct 29, 1944
				5411 to RAAF as A29-204 Sep 1943.  Damaged beyond repair in Hurricane en route to Australia, (on SS Tweedbank) 
					offloaded at Wellingon NZ in March 1943, sent to Sydney Australia August 1943 
					On 9/9/43 received 5 AD from US; on 13/9/43 converted to components..
				5412 to RAAF as A29-338 Apr 1943. Served with 76 Sqn and 8 OTU. Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Nov 1948.
				5413 to RAAF as A29-339 Apr 1943.  Crash landed at Merauke, Dutch New
					Guinea (now West Papua) Nov 22, 1943.  On landing it it ran off the side of the strip. Reduced to components
					Jun 19, 1944.
				5414 to RAAF as A29-340 Apr 1943.  Missing on ops in Idore area Oct 17, 1944
				5415 to RAAF as A29-300 Feb 1943. Crashed on Gol Gol gunnery range Jul 26, 1943, killing pilot.
				5420 to RAAF as A29-341 Apr 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Nov 1948.
				5421 to RAAF as A29-303.  Shot down Dec 5, 1944, successfully ditching in Seckar (Sakar) Bay
				5422 to RAAF as A29-342 Apr 1943.  Collided with A29-335 (43-5652) Mar 9, 1945 over
					Bohle River and spun into the river bank near Bohle River airfield Qld.  Pilot killed. 
				5423 to RAAF as A29-343 Apr 1943.  Ditched into sea off Dibiri Island Jun 18, 1944.
				5424 to RAAF as A29-205.  Damaged beyond repair in Hurricane en route to Australia, (on SS Tweedbank) 
					offloaded at Wellingon NZ in March 1943, sent to Sydney Australia August 1943 On 9/9/43 
					received 5 AD from US; on Sep 13, 1943 converted to components.
				5425 to RAAF as A29-304.  Served with 86, 77 Sqns and 2 OTU; on 2/4/43 it was received by 86 Sqn; 
					on 13/5/43 while F/Sgt H Duguid (411300) was taxiing to take off from Merauke, DNG the 
					port u/c collapsed and it was found 2 of the struts had failed so it was shipped off to 1 RSU; 
					on 3/9/43 it was received back at 86 Sqn; it was sent off for an engine change and received 
					back at 86 Sqn on 5/12/43; on 19/4/44 it was sent to 77 Sqn; on 15/4/45 it was received 
					by 2 OTU after spending time at a couple of reserve pools; on 22/10/45 it was received by 
					6 AD for storage and authorised for w/o on 19/11/46.
				5426 to RAAF as A29-305.  On Oct 8, 1945 it was received by 6AD for storage and eventually authorised 
					for write off on 19/11/46.
				5430 to RAAF as A29-306 Feb 1943.  Crashed on landing at Merauke
					Jul 1943.  Converted to components.
				5431 Damaged beyond repair in Hurricane en route to Australia, (on SS Tweedbank) offloaded at 
					Wellingon NZ in March 1943, sent to Sydney Australia August 1943,  converted to components.
				5432 to RAAF as A29-344 Apr 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Nov 1948.
				5433  Damaged beyond repair in Hurricane en route to Australia, (on SS Tweedbank) offloaded 
					at Wellingon NZ in March 1943, sent to Sydney Australia August 1943,  converted to components.
				5434 to RAAF as A29-330.  Landed heavily Mar 19, 1945 Bohle River Airfield QLD.  Converted to components
				5435 to RAAF as A29-307 Feb 1943.  Crashed on takeoff on flight from Richmond, NSW to Mildura, VIC 
					Jun 24, 1945.  Converted to components
				5436 was to go to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by UBoat in
					Caribbean Jan 29, 1943
				5441 to RAAF as A29-308 Feb 1943.  Crashed after takeoff from Horn Island Mar 1943. 
					Also listed as being hit by a P-47D Mar 19, 1944 that veered off the strip during take off (cf A29-336); 
					Converted to components.
				5442 to RAAF as A29-331 Mar 1943.  Served with 2 and 8 OTUs.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Nov 1948
				5443 to RAAF as A29-301.  Crash landed at Merauke Oct 6, 1943 when landed during a tropical storm 
					at Merauke and slid on the wet strip into a drain at the end of the strip.  Converted to components
				5444 to RAAF as A29-309.  Served with 86, 77 Sqns and 2 OTU.
				5445 (MSN 27133) Lend-Lease to China from surplus stocks in India
				5446 (MSN 27134) Lend-Lease to China from surplus stocks in India
				5449 engine caught fire during ferry flight from Punta Gorda AAF to Greenville, SC and pilot forced
					to bail out Apr 26, 1944.  Plane crashed just east of Mayo, Florida.
				5450 (MSN 27138) Lend-Lease to China from surplus stocks in India
				5451 (MSN 27139) Lend-Lease to China from surplus stocks in India
				5452 (51st FG, 25th FS) crash landed at Agra, India May 29, 1943.  May have gone to China under Lend Lease
				5454 (MSN 27142) Lend-Lease to China from surplus stocks in India
				5455 (23rd FG, 74th FS) crashed on takeoff at Kweilin, China Nov 4, 1943.
				5461 (51st FG) lost Jan 26, 1944.  MACR 12209
43-5463/5722		Curtiss P-40M-5-CU Warhawk
				MSN 27151/27410
				5464 (51st FG) MIA China Nov 1, 1943.  MACR 12280
				5466 (80th ADG) ran out of fuel and crash landed 50 mi SW of Khaipur, India (now in Pakistan)
					May 28, 1943.
				5473 (51st FG, 25th FS0 damaged in forced landing at Sookerating,
					India Jul 15, 1943.
				5487 converted to two-seat TP-40M
				5493 (MSN 27181) to New Zealand as NZ3077.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943.
					Struck off at Espiritu Santos on 17 December 1943 while with No.2 SU
				5494 (MSN 21782) to New Zealand as NZ3066.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "14". To No.16 Squadron.  Crashed into sea near Munda airstrip on New Georgia
					Sep 13, 1944 due to fuel starvation.  Pilot apparently failed to switch tanks in a timely manner, and
					plane ditched in shallow water and some components were salvaged.  Pilot was unhurt.
				5495 (MSN 21783) to New Zealand as NZ3067.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943.
					To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				5496 (MSN 21784) to New Zealand as NZ3078.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "20". To No.14 Squadron. Collided with NZ3053 after landing at Sunlight Field on 30 June 1943. The aircraft landed ahead of NZ3053 
					after a tight turn onto final approach and was hit by the other aircraft after it had landed.  Pilot killed.
				5497 (MSN 27185) to New Zealand as NZ3076. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "30". To No.16 Squadron. Shot down by enemy fighters near Munda on 31 July 1943. The aircraft was part of a group that was attacked 
					by enemy fighters while returning from an escort duty.  Pilot killed.
				5498 (MSN 21786) to New Zealand as NZ3068.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "15".   Lost on combat operation from New Georgia on 1 November 1943. The aircraft suffered engine problems and it finally failed at 
					an altitude of 1000 feet.
				5499 (MSN 27187) to New Zealand as NZ3075.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "24".  To No.16 Squadron.  Crashed in sea near Vella Lavella after engine caught fire on 12 September 1943
				5500 (MSN 27188) to New Zealand as NZ3089.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					To No.14 Squadron.  Crashed after being damaged by enemy action Jun 26, 1943.  
				5501 (MSN 21789) to New Zealand as NZ3069.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "16".  To No.14 Squadron.  Shot down by enemy aircraft near Russell Islands Jun 12, 1943.  The aircraft was part of 
					a group that was attacked at 16,000 feet and dived into the water trailing smoke and flame.  Pilot killed
				5502 (MSN 27190) to New Zealand as NZ3079.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "31". To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.   In midair collision with NZ3090 near Sanson Aug 3, 1945.  The aircraft lost its tail 
					before bursting into flames and diving into the ground.  Pilot killed.
				5503 (MSN 21791) to New Zealand as NZ3070.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "17".   To No.14 Squadron.   Damaged by enemy aircraft and crashed into sea near Russell Island Jul 1, 1943. 
					The engine seized as a result of an oil leak and the aircraft crashed into the sea.   Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				5504 (MSN 21792) to New Zealand as NZ3071.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "18".  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia  Mar 2, 1948
				5505 (MSN 21793) to New Zealand as NZ3072  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943. 
					Coded "19".  To No.16 Squadron.  Damaged when collided with water tanker while landing at Segi on 31 August 1943.  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea 
					by September 1944.   To No.14 Squadron.   Ferried to Espiritu Santo in April 1943.   Named "WAIRARAPA WILDCAT".   To No.4 OTU, Ardmore. 
					Mid-air collision with NZ3112 during low level formation flying over Papakura on 5 June 1944.   The pilot was able to retain control of the 
					aircraft and land safely back at Ardmore.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				5506 (MSN 27194) to New Zealand as NZ3073.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville 
					and BoC at Hobsonville on 13 March 1943.  Coded "73".  Crash landed at Ohakea on 26 June 1945.  
					Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948. 
				5507 (MSN 27195) to New Zealand as NZ3180.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 1 September 1943.  This aircraft was a replacement for a P-40L which was sent to 
					New Zealand by mistake and returned to the United States.  To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. 
					Crashed near Bulls on 27 October 1943.   The aircraft failed to recover from a dive while 
					practicing steep turns at low altitude and crashed into the ground.   Pilot killed.
				5508 to RAAF as A29-310 Mar 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing range Jul 1947.
				5509 to RAAF as A29-311 Mar 1943.  Belly landed with 2 OTU Apr 21, 1944 when ran out of fuel.
					Authorized for w/o Nov 1946 and SOC Nov 1948
				5510 to RAAF as A29-312 Mar 1943.  Belly landed in enemy territory on Vogelkop Peninsula, Dutch New
					Guinea Dec 1, 1944.  Aircraft was strafed by other Kittyhawks from 76 Sqn and written off.
				5511 to RAAF as A29-313 Mar 1943.  Served with 86, 77 Sqns and 2 OTU.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Jul 1947
				5512 to RAAF as A29-314 Mar 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Nov 1948
				5513 to RAAF as A29-315 Mar 1943.  Probably while being ferried south to Australia with A29-354 ran into extreme weather 
					conditions and was forced to land at Dango Is, due to sea water corrosion it was converted to components.
				5514 to RAAF as A29-316 Mar 1943.  served with 86, 77, 76 Sqns and 2 OTU
				5515 to RAAF as A29-317 Mar 1943.  Crashed into sea Feb 8, 1945 due to engine trouble off Numbar strip
				5516 to RAAF as A29-318 Mar 1943.  The starboard u/c folded causing the a/c to crash land Dec 5, 1943.
				5517 to RAAF as A29-319 Mar 1943.  collided with A29-146 Feb 25, 1944
				5518/5567 (MSN 27206/27255) Lend-Lease to USSR
				5568 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR779.  DBR when belly landed at Matariya
					Jun 13, 1943 following engine failure.
				5569 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR780.  SOC Dec 31, 1943
				5570 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR781.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				5571 (98th FS, 33rd FG) in training accident Mar 12,
					1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				5573 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR782.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				5574 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR783.  Missing from ground attack
					mission
				5575 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR784.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				5576 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR785.  SOC Feb 29, 1944
				5577 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR786.  Force landed in Italy Sep 9, 1943
					following engine failure.
				5578 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR787.  No record of fate
				5579 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR788.  No record of fate
				5580 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR789.  Missing from armed reconnaissance
					missing Sep 20, 1943.
				5583 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR790.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5584 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR791.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5585 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR792.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				5586 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR793.  Missing from attack on enemy
					motor transport near Lentini Jul 13, 1943.  Presumed shot
					down by enemy fighters
				5587 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR794.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5588 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR795.  Lost Mar 3, 1944
				5591 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR796.  SOC Mar 27, 1945
				5592 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR797.  Shot down in error by ground
					fire near Mount Etna Aug 4, 1943
				5595 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR798.  DBR during forced landing
					near Bibo Valentia Sep 8, 1943.
				5596 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR799.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5597 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR800.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5598 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR801.  SOC Feb 29, 1944
				5599 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR802.  SOC Oct 1, 1943
				5600 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR803.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5602 (MSN 27290) 337th FG, 98th FS in midair collision with P-40N
					42-105053 4 mi E of Manatee, FL Jun 17, 1943.  Pilot bailed out.
				5603 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR804.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5604 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR805.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5605 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR806.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5606 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR807.  Wrecked when force landed near
					Penna Point, Italy Oct 26, 1943 following engine failure.
				5607 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR808.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5608 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR809.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				5611 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR810.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				5612 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR811.  Missing Apr 8, 1944.
				5613 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR812.  Crashed N of Genazzano Mar 13, 1944
					after pilot bailed out following flak hit
				5614 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR813.  Missing from ground attack
					mission near Giardini Aug 8, 1943
				5615 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR814.  Missing from armed recon mission
					to Eboli Sep 20, 1943
				5616 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR815.  Crashed into sea Dec 22, 1943
					after pilot bailed out following flak hit
				5619 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR816.  No record of fate
				5620 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR817.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5621 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR818.  Missing Sep 17, 1943
				5622 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR819.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5623 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR820.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5624 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR821.  Wrecked when swung to avoid
					Baltimore and undercarriage collapsed, Kasfareet Aug 13, 1943
				5627 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR822.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5628 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR823.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5629 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR824.  Lost Mar 10, 1944
				5630 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR825.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5631 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR826.  Wrecked when belly landed near
					Boiana Oct 19, 1943 following flak hit
				5632 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR827.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				5633 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR828.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				5636 to RAAF as A29-320 Mar 1943.  On Apr 1, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU and served out the war with them; 
					on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for w/o.  
				5637 to RAAF as A29-363 Apr 1943.  Shot down on dive bombing sortie ofer Babo no 1 strip Oct 3, 1944
				5638 to RAAF as A29-332 Mar 1943.  Damaged on landing 4/18/1944, pilot OK.
					w/o 11/1948. 
				5639 to RAAF as A29-364 Apr 1943. Ground looped and nosed over Jun 10, 1945 and w/o Nov 19, 1946
				5640 to RAAF as A29-333 Mar 1943. On Feb 20, 1945 it was received by 13 ARDRP then was to be allocated to 2 OTU 
					next 8 OTU but in both cases it was cancelled and it was eventually stored; on Nov 29, 1946 it was 
					approved for conversion to components. 
				5641 to RAAF as A29-355 Apr 1943.  served with 76 Sqn.
				5644 to RAAF as A29-321 Mar 1943.  served with 86, 82, 76 Sqns and 2 OTU
				5645 to RAAF as A29-322 Mar 1943. On Jun 18, 1945 received by 8 OTU from 6 AD but required inspection and 
					appears never to have been used by 8 OTU; on Nov 12, 1945 received 6 AD for storage from 8 OTU; 
					on Nov 19, 1946 authorised for write off.
				5646 to RAAF as A29-323.  Crash landed due to engine failure on
					takeoff from Kamiri 10/13/1944.  On Jun 11, 1945 A29-155 taxiied into it, on Jul 16, 1945 approval was 
					given to convert to components.
				5647 to RAAF as A29-334 Mar 1943. on Nov 8, 1945 it was received by 6 AD for storage; on Nov 19, 1946 it was 
					authorised for write off.
				5648 to RAAF as A29-324 Mar 1943.  Forced landing at Albion Park Oct 16, 1945.  Converted to components
				5649 to RAAF as A29-325 Mar 1943.  On Jun 24, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU and served out the war there 
					being put in storage at 6 AD on Oct 24, 1945; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off 
				5651 (MSN 27339) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5652 to RAAF as A29-335 Mar 1943.  Collided with A29-342 (43-5422) Mar 9, 1945 and
					crashed Bohle River Airfield QLD.  Pilot killed.
				5653 to RAAF as A29-326 Mar 1943. on May 19, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU and served out the war with that unit; 
					on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for w/o 
				5654 to RAAF as A29-356 Apr 1943.  On Nov 5, 1943 hit Spitfire A58-177 while taking off from Kiriwina strip; on Nov 22, 1943 approval 
					was given to convert to components  
				5655 to RAAF as A29-357 Apr 1943.  On Oct 22, 1945 it was sent to 6 AD for storage from 86 Sqn; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised 
					for write off.
				5656 to RAAF as A29-358 Apr 1943. Served with 86, 77 Sqns and 2 OTU 
				5657 to RAAF as A29-336 Mar 1943.  Was one of two RAAF P-40s Struck by P-47 on takeoff and crashed
					Mar 19, 1944, Horn Island QLD.  the other was A29-308.   On May 2, 1944 approval to convert to components.
				5658 (MSN 27346) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5659 (MSN 27347) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5660 to RAAF as A29-327 Mar 1943.  Crashed Sep 8, 1943, Horn Island QLD on a flight from Merauke Dutch NG to Horn Is Qld .
				5661 to RAAF as A29-359 Apr 1943. on June 18, 1944 the oil system failed, belly landed on the beach of Dibiri Is
				5662 to RAAF as A29-360.  Overshot airstrip at Momote on takeoff
					Apr 12, 1944.  Pilot OK.  It was to be converted to components but by Sept 1944 it was considered repairable at 
					12 RSU however on Sep 25, 1945 it was to be allocated for storage at 6 AD but by Dec 13, 1945 it was 
					approved for conversion and this was carried out
				5663 to RAAF as A29-328 Mar 1943.  On May 17, 1945 it was received at 2 OTU and from there went to 6 AD for storage; 
					on Nov 19 1946 it was authorised for write off. 
				5664 to RAAF as A29-329 Mar 1943.  Overshot on appooach May 31, 1943
				5665 to RAAF as A29-361 Apr 1943.  On Jun 20, 1945 was sent to 2 OTU then on Oct 4, 1945 it was sent for storage at 6 AD; 
					on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off.
				5666 (MSN 27354) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5668 to RAAF as A29-362 Apr 1943.  Crashed Jun 15, 1943 on beach 2 mi from Portland Roads near Iron Range QLD, Australia
				5670 (44th FS, 18th FG) MIA Aug 15, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 362
				5673 (18th FG, 44th FS, "The Twerp")
				5674 (MSN 27362) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5675 (MSN 27363) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5677 (18th FG, 44th FS, The Twerp II") MIA Nov 8, 1943, New Georgia.  MACR 1090
				5681 (18th FG) MIA Nov 8, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 1088.
				5682 (MSN 27370) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5683 (MSN 27371) Lend-Lease to Brazil.  Crash landed at Rio Hato, Panama Mar 6, 1943.
				5687 crash landed at Sterling airfield SW Pacific Apr 15, 1944.
				5688 crash landed 50 mi SW of Khairpur India (now in Pakistan)
					May 28, 1943.
				5690 (MSN 27378) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				5691 (MSN 27379) to RCAF as 834 Jan 26, 1943
				5693 (MSN 27381) to New Zealand as NZ3081.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville 
					and BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943.  Coded "40".  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.  
					Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				5698 (MSN 27386) to RCAF as 839
				5699 (MSN 27387) to RCAF as 833 Jan 26, 1943.  Crashed after midair collision with F6F-3 BuNo 40177
					7 mi NW of Smith Island, WA Nov 5, 1943. Pilot killed.  SOV Nov 9, 1943.
				5700 (51st FG, 16th FS) crashed at Chengkung, China May 19, 1944.
				5706 (MSN 27394) to RCAF as 831
				5707 (MSN 27395) to China from surplus stocks in India.
				5710 (MSN 27398) to China from surplus stocks in India.
				5711 (51st FG, 16th FS) crashed at Hengyang, China Nov 23, 1943.
				5712 (MSN 27400) to China from surplus stocks in India.
				5713 (MSN 27401) to China from surplus stocks in India.
				5716 (MSN 27404) to China from surplus stocks in India
				5718 (23rd FG, 74th FS) damaged in forced landing at Kweilin, China Nov 4, 1943.
				5719 (MSN 27407) to China from surplus stocks in India.
				5721 (MSN 27409) to China from surplus stocks in India.
43-5723/6002		Curtiss P-40M-10-CU Warhawk
				MSN 27411/27690
				5723 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR829.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				5724 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR830.  Crashed near Avezzano Mar 8, 1944
					after pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				5725 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR831.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				5726 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR832.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5727 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR833.  Wrecked when overshot landing
					during thunderstorm and struck Kittyhawk FR391 (42-9907) at
					Bari Sep 27, 1943
				5728 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR834.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5729 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR835.  Lost Sep 15, 1943
				5730 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR836.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5731 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR837.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				5732 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR838.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.
				5733 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR839.  Hit by flak and ditched off San Vitro Dec 31, 1943
				5734 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR840.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				5735 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR841.  DBR when swung on landing and undercarriage
					collapsed at Fayid Feb 19, 1945
				5736 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR842.  SOC May 31, 1944.
				5737 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR843.  Engine failed, stalled on approach, and
					crashed, Canne Jun 12, 1944
				5738 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR844.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5739 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR845.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5740 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR846.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				5741 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR847.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				5742 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR848.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				5743 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR849.  Missing from ground attack mission over
					Sicily Aug 7, 1943
				5744 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR850.  Belly landed at Foggia Oct 6, 1943
					following flak hit.
				5745 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR851.  Wrecked when collided with Albemarle P1381
					while landing in dust at Grottaglie Sep 26, 1943.
				5746 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR852.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5747 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR853.  Lost Apr 28, 1944
				5748 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR854.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5749 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR855.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5750 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR856.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				5751 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR857.  Missing near Rieti Apr 9, 1944,
					presumed shot down by Fw 190s
				5752 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR858.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				5753 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR859.  Struck ground during dive during
					firing practice at Fayid range Mar 17, 1945
				5754 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR860.  Shot down with No 112 Sqdn Sep 19, 1943, Italy.
					Spun into ground during armed recon mission.
				5755 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR861.  Force landed near Trogir, Yugoslavia
					Mar 22, 1944 following flak hit
				5756 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR862.  Missing Mar 23, 1944.  
				5757 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR863.  Lost Sep 10, 1943
				5758 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR864.  Crashed at Ripa Dec 30, 1943 after
					pilot bailed out following flak hit
				5759 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR865.  SOC May 31, 1944
				5760 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR866.  Struck pole during attack near Melito
					Aug 21, 1943
				5761 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR867.  SOC Feb 39, 1944.
				5762 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR868.  Shot down by flak near Palato Oct 7, 1943
				5763 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR869.  DBR when belly landed at Abu Sueir Jan 27, 1945
					following engine failure
				5764 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR870.  Crash landed at Sta Maria Nuova Nov 3, 1943
					after being damaged by explosion of own bombs
				5765 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR871.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.
				5766 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR872.  Lost Feb 12, 1944.
				5767 to RAAF as A29-377 Jun 1943. On Jun 28, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU and in Oct was sent for storage at 6 AD; 
					on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write-off. 
				5768 to RAAF as A29-378 Jun 1943.  On May 17, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU who used it for the remainder of the war 
					and then it was put into storage with 6 AD; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off.
				5769 to RAAF as A29-345 Apr 1943.  Served with 76 Sqn (maybe 8 OTU?)
				5770 to RAAF as A29-379.  Landing gear collapsed at Kiriwina and
					ground looped.  Pilot OK.  On Apr 30, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU and served there until sent to 6 AD for 
					storage on Oct 28, 1945; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off.
				5771 to RAAF as A29-380 Jun 1943.  Served with 86, 77 Sqns and 2 OTU.    
				5772 (MSN 27460) to New Zealand as NZ3082.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville 
					and BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943.  Coded "47".   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by 
					September 1944.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				5773 to RAAF as A29-346 Apr 1943.  On Oct 29, 1944 collided with A29-337 and crashed into the sea in the Biak area 
				5774 to RAAF as A29-347 Apr 1943.  Served with 76 Sqn (maybe 8 OTU?).
				5775 to RAAF as A29-348.  On Sep 23, 1943 it left Kiriwina strip for an attack on Gasmata and it was last 
					seen just before the attack
				5777 to RAAF as A29-349.  Crash landed at Parkes NSW Aug 21, 1945 when attempted to land immediately after
					takeoff and during the landing ran into a tree stump and burned at Parkes, NSW.
				5778 (MSN 27466) to RCAF as 832 Jan 26, 1943.  SOC Aug 23, 1946.  To US civil registry as N1228N.  
					Crashed and destroyed at Rebel Field, Mercedes, TX Mar 13, 1965.
				5779 (MSN 27467) to RCAF as 835.
				5780 to RAAF as A29-350 Apr 1943.  On Jan 8, 1945 it crashed into the sea 1 mile (1.6km) east of 
					Kornasoren strip on Noemfoor Is 
				5781 to RAAF as A29-351 Apr 1943.  Served with 76, 86 Sqns and 2 OTU.
				5782 (MSNm 27470) to New Zealand as NZ3083.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and
					BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943. Coded "41".   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.   
					Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				5783 (MSN 27471) to New Zealand as NZ3084.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville 
					and BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943.  Coded "42".   To No.16 Squadron coded "42".   
					Hit by bomb dropped from Liberator during an escort duty over Bougainville on 30 August 1943. 
					The bomb exploded on impact with the aircraft and it dived into the sea from 20,000 feet.  
					Pilot killed.
				5784 (MSN 27472) to New Zealand as NZ3085.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC 
					at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943.  Coded "43".   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.   
					Mid-air collision with NZ3277 during formation training flight on 25 May 1945.
				5785 to RAAF as A29-352.  Landing accident at Momote Mar 16, 1944, aircraft converted to components.
				5786 (MSN 27474) to RCAF as 837
				5787 (MSN 27475) to RCAF as 838
				5788 (MSN 27476) to New Zealand as NZ3086.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and 
					BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943. Coded "44".   To No.17 Squadron.   Shot down by enemy 
					aircraft Sep 23, 1943 near Treasury Island.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued a month later.
				5789 to RAAF as A29-353 Apr 1943.  Served with 76, 86 Sqns and 8 OTU. 
				5790 (MSN 27478) to New Zealand as NZ3087.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and 
					BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943. Coded "45".   Ferried Whenuapai-Ohakea-Blenheim on 
					8 June 1943 for use with No.17 Squadron.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 
					2 March 1948.   One of the last 4 Kittyhawks to be melted down, this aircraft was still 
					extant at Rukuhia in March 1967.
				5791 to RAAF as A29-381 Jun 1943.  On Dec 8, 1944 attack on Ransiki River bridge, hit by AA fire in the engine
				5792 (MSN 27480) to New Zealand as NZ3088.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC 
					at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943. Coded "46".   To No.16 Squadron.  Shot down by enemy 
					fighters near Munda Jul 31, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and was recovered.
				5793 (MSN 27481) to New Zealand as NZ3089.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and 
					BoC at Hobsonville on 26 April 1943.  To No.16 Squadron.   Damaged during landing accident 
					at Waipapakauri when the undercarriage retacted whilst on ferry flight to Islands 
					on 7 July 1943.   Aircraft later repaired.   To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.   Minor damage suffered 
					in mid-air collision with NZ3141 at Woodbourne on 19 October 1943.   Crashed on landing 
					at Ohakea on 21 August 1944. 
				5794 to RCAF as 836.
				5795 (MSN 27483) 1943: TOS USAAF.
					2/5/43: TOS RCAF as Kittyhawk III, s/n 845. Assigned to Western Air Command.
					1944 to 1945: Fighter Affiliation Flight, No. 5 Operational Training Unit.
					8/23/46: SOC RCAF. Put up for disposal at RCAF. Station Patricia Bay, Vancouver Island, BC.
					9/26/47: Vance B. Roberts, Seattle, WA with c/r N1232N.
					1947: Barged to Boeing Field, Seattle, WA.
					7/20/50: Bell Air Services/Art J. Bell, Boeing Field, WA.
					1/13/51: Jerry L. McMullin, Marysville, CA.
					9/17/51: Davis Dusters/John W. Davis, Colusa, CA.
					3/9/56: Clyde R. Mallory, Clatskanie, OR.
					6/11/57: Weather Modification Co./W. Keith Larkin, San Jose CA.
					6/9/61: M. N. Farr and Larry. W. Hamilton, Sonoma, CA.
					3/27/64: Morrill Farr, Sonoma, CA.
					12/8/64: Harrah Club Automobile and Aircraft Collection, Reno, NV.
					6/82: Bill Destefani, Bakersfield, CA.
					1982 to 1983: Restored. Marked GM-D, 845.
					1983: First post-restoration flight.
					1991: Based Lone Star Flight Museum, Scholes Field, Galveston, TX.
					11/8/97: NA-50 Inc/Jeff Clyman, Dover, DE.
					By 1999: Operated by American Airpower Museum, Republic Airport, East Farmingdale, Long Island, NY..
				5796 (MSN 27484) to New Zealand as NZ3109.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and 
					BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. Coded "32". To No.16 Squadron.   Crash landed at Segi on 
					21 July 1943 after running short of fuel during a patrol.   Aircraft was later rebuilt 
					and returned to service.  To No.18 Squadron. Crashed with No. 18 Sqdn at Ondonga Oct 28, 1943.  
					Aircraft returned to airstrip with an engine problem and after two unsuccessful attempts to 
					land suffered a complete engine failure on third attempt, stalled and dove into sea off end 
					of airstrip.  Pilot killed.
				5797 (MSN 27485) to New Zealand as NZ3110.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC 
					at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. Coded "38".   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea.   Mid-air collision with 
					NZ3141 during a formation practice flight on 21 March 1945. The aircraft crash 
					landed in a river 5 miles from Ohakea.   Pilot killed. Struck off at Ohakea on 29 March 1945.
				5798 to RAAF as A29-354 Apr 1943. On Feb 22, 1945 probably while being ferried south to Australia with A29-315, 
					forced to land at Dango Is. 
				5799 (MSN 27487) to New Zealand as NZ3111.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					Coded "33".   To No.17 Squadron.   Shot down by enemy aircraft near Kahili Sep 23, 1943. Pilot POW, died in captivity 
					Jul 24, 1944.  Aircraft struck off at Guadalcanal on 01 November 1943. 
				5800 (MSN 27488) to New Zealand as NZ3112.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					Coded "34".   To No.4 OTU, Ardmore.   In midair collision with NZ3072 over Papakura Jun 5, 1944.  Aircraft dived 
					into the ground and was destroyed.  Pilot killed.
				5801 (MSN 27489) to New Zealand as NZ3113. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					Coded "35".   To No.16 Squadron.   Ditched on reef north of Vella-Lavella on 3 September 1943 after being shot at by "Tony" and suffering
					 engine failure.  Pilot  MIA.
				5802 (MSN 27490) to RCAF as 840.  SOC in 1947.  To US civil registry as N1233N, then N1009N (acquired 
					paperwork of 43-23484 which had
					been scrapped) painted in RAF colors as FR870, then F-AZPJ (painted in RAF colors as P8096).  
					Became G-KITT in 1998, operated by The Fighter Collection at Duxford, UK in USAAF colors but with no 
					tail number. To Hangar 11 Collection, North Weald, Essex, UK in 2006.
				5803 (MSN 27491) to RCAF as 842
				5804 (MSN 27492) to New Zealand as NZ3114. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					Coded "36".  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea.   Crashed at Ohakea on 25 July 1944.  The aircraft was on night circuit training 
					when it undershot and hit a bank.  Pilot killed.
				5805 (MSN 27493) to New Zealand as NZ3115.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					Coded "39".  Ferried Whenuapai - Santos for No.16 Squadron departing Whenuapai 6 July 1943.   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. 
					Crashed near Himitangi during aerobatic practice on 3 November 1944.   The aircraft spun through cloud and dived into the ground.
					Pilot killed.
				5806 to RAAF as A29-382 Jun 1943.  Served with 76 Sqn and 2 OTU
				5807 (MSN 27495) to New Zealand as NZ3116.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					Coded "37" and "D".  To No.16 Squadron.   Crash landed on Munda strip on Guadalcanal on return from combat mission on 15 August 1943 
					after being badly shot up.
				5808 (MSN 27496) to New Zealand as NZ3117.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.   Crashed shortly after take-off on 1 December 1943.  The aircraft dived into the ground during night circuit flying.
					Pilot killed.
				5809 (MSN 27497) to New Zealand as NZ3118.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				5810  (MSN 27498) to RCAF as 844
				5811 (MSN 27499) to RCAF as 841.
				5812 (MSN 27500) to RCAF as 843.
				5813 (MSN 27501) to New Zealand as NZ3119.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 21 May 1943. 
					To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948. One of the last 4 Kittyhawks to be melted down, this aircraft was still 
					extant at Rukuhia in March 1967.   Recovered from Rekuhia, NC ca 1969.   To  J. Chambers and 
					with Don Subritzky at Dairy Flat for restoration to airworthy condition  1988-2000.  To US civil registry as N5813.
					Now fully restored as Kittyhawk Mk III NZ3119 XO-T with Tri-state Warbird Museum, Batavia, OH.
				5814 to RAAF as A29-383 Jun 1943.  On Jun 21, 1945 it was received by 8 OTU and served out the few month 
					remaining of the war there; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for w/o. 
				5815/5864 were to have gone to RAF as FS100/FS149, but were diverted to USSR
					and did not see any RAF service.
				5865 to RAAF as A29-365 Apr 1943.  On Oct 13, 1944 it crashed on landing at the Kamiri strip Noemfoor Island when the 
					port undercarriage collapsed
				5866 to RAAF as A29-366 Apr 1943. On Apr 2, 1945 it was sent to 2 OTU; by Oct 22, 1945 it was at 6 AD Oakey, Qld and was 
					authorised for w/o on Nov 19, 1946 
				5867 to RAAF as A29-367 Apr 1943.  On Feb 13, 1944 it belly landed short of the Kiriwina strip when during a test flight smoke was 
					seen coming from under the instrument panel  
				5868 to RAAF as A29-368 Apr 1943.  On Jan 22, 1944 hit by AAA while strafing targets at Cape Hoskins strip 
					New Britain
				5869 to RAAF as A29-369 Apr 1943. Served with 86 and 77 Sqns 
				5870 to RAAF as A29-370 Apr 1943.  On Nov 20, 1943 while with 86 Sqn the port tyre blew out on t/o, crashed into some bushes, 
					caught fire and was burnt out
				5871 to RAAF as A29-371 Apr 1943. On Nov 20, 1943 while returning from a patrol in very bad weather this a/c was seen to pull up, 
					stalled some 400' above the sea, it turned over onto its back and disappeared near Kombies Is, DNG 
				5872 to RAAF as A29-372 Apr 1943.  Ground looped Feb 22, 1944.  On Jun 24, 1945 it was received by 2 OTU but it was incomplete 
					and was sent to 6 AD for storage; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off.
				5873 to RAAF as A29-373 Apr 1943.  Served with 86 Sqn
				5874 to RAAF as A29-374 Apr 1943.  Crashed Jun 6, 1945 while landing at Cooktown, QLD, Australia when port 
					undercarriage collapsed.  Authoried Dec 20 1945 for conversion to components.
				5875 to RAAF as A29-375 Apr 1943.  Served with 82, 76 Sqns and 2 OTU
				5876 to RAAF as A29-376 Apr 1943.  On Nov 29, 1945 was received at 6 AD; Nov 19, 1946 written off 
				5877 to RAAF as A29-384 Jun 1943.  Served with 86, 77 and 2 OTU.
				5878 to RAAF as A29-385 Jun 1943.  Served with 77, 76 Sqns and 8 OTU 
				5879 to RAAF as A29-386 Jun 1943.  On Aug 31, 1944 while landing at Turnbull strip Milne Bay the port u/c collapsed, 
					it was found that there were cracks in the reduction gear housing of the engine and the a/c was recommended 
					for crating, being sent to 6 AD; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off.
				5880 to RAAF as A29-387 Jun 1943.  On 5/4/45 it was received by 2 OTU and it spent out the rest of the war there 
					before being sent to 6 AD for storage; on Nov 19, 1946 it was authorised for write off. 
				5881 to RAAF as A29-388 Jun 1943. Served with 86 Sqn, 2 and 8 OTU. 
				5882 to RAAF as A29-389 Jun 1943.  On May 27, 1944 while on a test flight it lost hydraulic fluid and belly landed on 
					Wards strip; on Jun 6, 1945 approval was given to convert to components.
				5883/6002 were to have gone to RAF as FS150/FS269 but were diverted to USSR
					and did not see any RAF service.
					5925 was to have gone to RAF as FS192 but diverted to USSR. Made
						forced landing on frozen Lake Valkjarvi, Finland Dec 27, 1943.
						Captured by Finnish AF, repaired and entered service as
						KH-51 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 2, 1950.
43-6003/6102		North American P-51A-1-NA Mustang
				MSN 99-22106/22205
				6003 tested with retractable skis at Winnipeg, Canada.  
				6006 (MSN 99-22109) 4/3/43: TOS USAAF at Mines Field, Los Angeles, CA
					5/1/43: Delivered to Ladd Field, AK, for cold weather testing.
					2/14/44: Crashed in mountains near Summit, AK, during snow storm; pilot Lt. Edward W. Getter 
						killed, aircraft abandoned.
					10/77: Retrieved from crash site by Waldon Spillers.
					2/78: Waldon D. Moon Spillers, Versailles, OH, with c/r N51Z.
					1978 to 1985: Restored. Used parts from P-51D 44-73483 (c/r N351D) and mainplane from P-51D TNI-AU.
					7/3/85: First post-restoration flight.
					10/11/95: Gerald Gabe, Hollister, CA.
					2010: Used for flight testing 4-blade propeller assembly to be installed on two P-82 restoration projects.
					9/13/10 to 9/19/10: Raced as #4 POLAR BEAR at Reno.
					9/12/11 to 9/16/11: Raced as #4 POLAR BEAR at Reno.
					4/14/12: John J. Dowd, Jr, Syracuse, KS.
					2015 to 2017: Restored at Idaho Falls, ID as XP-51, 41-039, all metal finish.
					9/2/17: First post-restoration flight.
					9/11/17 to 9/17/17: Raced as #6, Shanty Irish, at Reno.
				6007 (MSN 99-2211) to civil registry as NX33648, then to 
					Dominican Republic Sep 29,1948 as  FAD 1704.  WFU sometime in
					mid 1950s.
				6015 (1AC) crashed after colliding with A6M while shooting it down over Aniekan Airstrip, India Mar 8, 1944.  
					MACR 3275.  Pilot KIA
				6020 (ACF) lost from unknown cause over China Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3501
				6023 to RAF as Mustang II FR890.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6024 to RAF as Mustang II FR891.  Struck house while descending from
					cloud at Breda Dec 6, 1944
				6025 to RAF as Mustang II FR892.  Shot down by Fw 190s near St Julien
					Jun 16, 1944
				6026 to RAF as Mustang II FR893.  SOC Jan 1, 1947
				6027 to RAF as Mustang II FR894.  SOC Jan 31, 1947
				6028 to RAF as Mustang II FR895.  Shot down by flak Sep 27, 1944.  Salvaged
					but SOC Jan 2, 1945
				6029 to RAF as Mustang II FR896.  SOC Nov 13, 1945.
				6030 to RAF as Mustang II FR897.  SOC Aug 11, 1945
				6031 to RAF as Mustang II FR898.  Crashed into English Channel Jul 23, 1944 after pilot bailed out following glycol leak
				6032 to RAF as Mustang II FR899.  Missing from recon mission over Normandy Jul 29, 1944
				6035 (1st ACG) crashed at Pandaveswar, India due to structural failure Jun 15, 1944.
				6038 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crash landed at Linhsien, China Mar 4, 1944.
				6040 (311th FBG) shot down by Ki 43 40 mi NNW of Rangoon, Burma Nov 28, 1943.  MACR 1211.  Pilot KIA
				6053 converted to F-6C.  (67th TRG, 107th TRS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 4 mi E of St Hilaire du Harcouet, 
					France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7051.  Fate of pilot unknown
				6054 (107th TRS, 67th TRG) shot down by AAA at Bernay, France May 9, 1944.  MACR 4514.  Pilot KIA
				6055 (67th TRG, 107th TRS) crashed near Lambourne, England Jan 7, 1944
				6060 (528th FS, 311th FG) in landing accident at Taigkawk Sakan, Burma Jul 13, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6062 in mid-air collision near Knight, FL during air-to-air gunnery Jun 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				6069 (311th FG) shot down by AAA over Rangoon, Burma Nov 25, 1943.  MACR 1215.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6074 (311st FG, 530th FS) w/o in midair collision with 43-6312 at Sawngri Ga, Burma Feb 8, 1944.
				6076 (Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF) crashed from unknown cause 4 mi E of Landhi, India Oct 27, 1944.
					Pilot killed.
				6080 (311th FBG, 530th FBS) shot down by Ki-43 fighter over Dansum Bay,
					Burma Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1224.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6081 (311th FG, 529th FS) crashed SE of Mogok, Burma Jul 23, 1944 due to engine failure.  MACR 6827.  Fate of pilot
					unknown
				6087 (528th FS, 311sth FG) in landing accident at Tingkawk Sakan Airfield, Burma Jul 26, 1944.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				6091 (311th FG, 530th FS) crashed near Kurmitola, India 
					Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1084
				6093 to RAF as Mustang II FR900.  SOC Jul 12, 1945
				6094 to RAF as Mustang II FR901.  SOC Jul 30, 1946
				6095 to RAF as Mustang II FR902.  Shot down by flak near Alencon
					Jun 27, 1944
				6096 to RAF as Mustang II FR903.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6097 to RAF as Mustang II FR904.  Flew into ground during bad weather
					at Hampshire, England Jan 2, 1945.
				6098 to RAF as Mustang II FR905.  SOC Mar 30, 1946.
				6099 to RAF as Mustang II FR906.  SOC Aug 11, 1945
				6100 to RAF as Mustang II FR907.  Shot down by flak near Deventer
					Nov 7, 1944
				6101 to RAF as Mustang II FR908.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6102 to RAF as Mustang II FR909.  SOC Mar 30, 1946  
43-6103/6157		North American P-51A-5 Mustang
				MSN 99-22206/22260
				6103 to RAF as Mustang II FR910.  Missing from recon mission
					over Normandy Aug 10, 1944.
				6104 to RAF as Mustang II FR911.  SOC Jul 13, 1945
				6105 to RAF as Mustang II FR912.  SOC Aug 11, 1945
				6106 to RAF as Mustang II FR913.  SOC Dec 27, 1944
				6107 to RAF as Mustang II FR914.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6114 (311th FG, 530th FS) crash landed at Dinjan, India Jan 2, 1944
				6115 destroyed after midair collision with B-26C 41-31568 3 mi W of Riverview, FL Aug 18, 1943.  Pilot bailed 
					out OK, but 2 crew members aboard the B-26C were killed.
				6118 (Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF) in takeoff accident at Landhi airfield, India due to engine
					failure Dec 22, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6119 (1st Air Commando Force) crashed unknown cause NW of Aniekan Airstrip, India Mar 8, 1944.  MACR 3276.
				6122 (311th FG, 530th FS) crash landed at Warazup, Burma Jul 13, 1944.
				6124 (311th FG, 529th FS) w/o in midair collision at Dinjan, India Dec 13, 1943.
				6130 (528th FS, 311th FG) in takeoff accident at Tingkawk Sakan, Burma Jun 12, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft 
					badly damage, unknown if repaired.
				6133 (528th FS, 311th FG) in takeoff accident at Tingkawk Sakan, Burma May 25, 1944 due to engine failure.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6136 (Fighter Replacement Training Unit) in landing accident at Landhi Airfield, India Nov 27, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6139 (311th FG, 528th FS) crash landed at Warazup, Burma Jun 30, 1944.
				6142 (311th FG, 529th FS) crashed on takeoff at Dinjan, India Dec 13,1943
				6151 (FS, 1st Air Commando Group, 10th AF) in landing accident at Kalaikunda Airfield, Kharagpur,
					India Aug 19, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6154 (26th Ferry Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command) force landed near Villa Humado, Mexico on 
					ferry flight Aug 31, 1943 after ran out of fuel.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
43-6158/6312		North American P-51A-10 Mustang
				MSN 99-22261/22415
				6158 (F-6B, 67th TRG, 107th TRS) shot down by friendly fire from P-47 over Coutances, France Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 7472.
					Pilot killed.
				6160 (10th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in ground accident at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire, England Jan 24, 1944.
					Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6161 (F-6B, 67th TRG, 107th TRS) crash landed 2 km S of Gemund, SW of Schleiden, Germany due to
					engine failure Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 10266.  Pilot survived and became POW
				6164 (F-6B, 67th TRG, 107th TRS) lost from unknown cause 8 mi W of St Lo, France Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6638.
					Pilot MIA
				6165 (F-6B, 67th FRG, 107th TRS) shot down by AAA 8 mi W of Cologne, Germany Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 9104.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW
				6167 (F-6B, 67th TRG, 107th TRS) crash landed at Middle Wallop,
					England Jun 16, 1944.
				6169 (F-6B, 67th TRG, 107th TRS) lost from unknown cause near Le Neubourg, France Aug 19, 1944.  MACR 8412.
					Pilot MIA 
				6170 (67th TRG, 107th TRS) shot down by AAA 12 km SW of Hesdin, France May 3, 1944.  MACR 4418.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.
				6177 (530th FBS, 311th FBG) shot down by Ki-43 Mar 27, 1944 40 mi SE of Dum Duma, India.  MACR 3280.  Pilot KIA
				6178 (MSN 99-22281) became N8647E.  Now under restoration at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL as N51KW
				6185 (Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF) crashed at Shivpuri, India after ran out of fuel Dec 31, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out and survived.
				6186 (530th FS, 311th FG) in landing accident at Dinjan airfield, Assam, India May 12, 1944.  Aircraft destroyed.
				6187 (1st FS, SCG) crashed from unknown cause near Kalaikunda, India Sep 11, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				6189 (311th FG, 528th FS) crashed on takeoff at Tinghawk Sakan, Burma Jul 4, 1944.
				6192 (Fighter Replacement Training Unit) crashed from unknown cause 13 1/2 mi From Landhi Airfield, India
					Oct 13, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				6193 (529th FS, 311th FG) crash landed near Sumprabum, Burma Jul 4, 1944
				6195 (530th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in taxiing accident at Tingkawak Sakan airfield, Burma Jul 1, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6200 (529th FS, 311th FG) in landing accident at Gaya Airfield, Gaya, India May 29, 1944.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				6208 to RAF as Mustang II FR915.  SOC Jan 1, 1947
				6209 to RAF as Mustang II FR916.  SOC Aug 10, 1945
				6210 to RAF as Mustang II FR917.  SOC Aug 3, 1944
				6211 to RAF as Mustang II FR918.  SOC Mar 30,1946
				6212 to RAF as Mustang II FR919.  SOC Jul 14, 1945
				6213 to RAF as Mustang II FR920.  Missing near Nijmegen Jan 17, 1945, presumed shot down in error by Spitfires
				6214 to RAF as Mustang II FR921.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6215 to RAF as Mustang II FR922.  SOC May 14, 1945
				6216 to RAF as Mustang II FR923.  SOC Mar 30,1946
				6217 to RAF as Mustang II FR924.  Shot down by flak over Gorinchem Oct 11, 1944. 
				6218 to RAF as Mustang II FR925.  Shot down by flak over St Pierre-sur-Dives Aug 12, 1944
				6219 to RAF as Mustang II FR926.  SOC Mar 6, 1945
				6220 to RAF as Mustang II FR927.  Wrecked when overshot landing at Gilze-Rijen Dec 28, 1944 after engine failure.
				6221 to RAF as Mustang II FR928.  Wrecked when belly landed at Beny-sur-Mer Aug 28, 1944 following flak hit
				6222 to RAF as Mustang II FR929.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				6223 to RAF as Mustang II FR930.  Shot down in error near Bocholt by Spitfires Jan 17, 1945
				6224 to RAF as Mustang II FR931.  Wrecked when belly landed at Beny-sur-Mer Sep 2, 1944 after engine failed on takeoff.
				6225 to RAF as Mustang II FR932.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6226 to RAF as Mustang II FR933.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6227 to RAF as Mustang II FR934.  Missing from recon mission over Normandy Mar 23, 1944
				6228 to RAF as Mustang II FR935.  SOC May 13, 1945
				6229 to RAF as Mustang II FR936.  Crash landed near Asch Sep 27, 1944 following flak hit
				6230 to RAF as Mustang II FR937.  SOC Mar 30, 1946
				6231 to RAF as Mustang II FR938.  Crashed when hit trees on approach to Oisterwijk Mar 8, 1945
				6232 to RAF as Mustang II FR939.  DBR on ground Mar 26, 1945.
				6234 crashed near Polk City Feb 24, 1944.  SOC Feb 27, 1944.
				6251 (MSN 99-22354) passed in 1946 as NX4235Y to Grand Central Aircraft School,
					CA then to Cal Aero Technical Institute, Glendale, CA
					as instructional airframe.  To The Air Museum, Claremont, CA
					in 1953.  In 1979 to Planes of Fame in Chino, CA and
					registered N4235Y.  Noted in 1996 at Planes of Fame Air 
					Museum, reported under restoration to flight status.
				6257 (Fighter Replacement Training Unit, 10th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Landhi Airfield, India Nov 16, 1944.
					Pilot killed
				6258 (311th FBG) shot down by Ki-43 flown by Capt Yashuhiko Kuroe of 64th Sentai, 3rd Chutai 80 mi W of Rangoon, 
					Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1210.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6260 (FS, 1st Air Commando Group, 10th AF) in landing accident at Kalaikunda airfield, Kharagpur,
					India Aug 9, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6265 (311th FBG) shot down by Ki-43 flown by Capt Yashuhiko Kuroe of 64th Sentai, 3re Chutai  10 mi W of 
					Rangoon, Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1213.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				6269 (529th FBS, 311th FBG, 10th AF) in taxiing accident at Dinjan Airfield, Assam, India Jan 14, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6272 (76th FS, 23th FG, 14th AF) in takeoff accident at Suichwan airfield, China Nov 23, 1943.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				6273 (311th FBG, 530th FBS) shot down by Ki-43 flown by WO Tadashi Kinoshita of 64th Sentai 34d Chutai Nov 25, 1943 5
					mi S of Rangoon, Burma.  MACR 1214.  Pilot KIA
				6274 (MSN 99-22377) to Indonesian AF as F-351.  To civil registry 
					as N73630 and then N90358.  Now on display at Yanks Air Museum, CA.
				6275 (311th FG, 528th FS) missing over Burma Aug 25, 1944 while on ferry flight from Tingkawk Sakan Airfield
					in Burma to Mohanbari Airfield, Assam, India.  MACR 7857.  Pilot killed.
				6277 (23rd FG, 76th FS) shot down near Hong Kong Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 12260
				6279 (528th FS, 311th FG) in takeoff accident at Tingkawk Sakan airfield, Burma May 25, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				6280 (530th FBS, 311th FBG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Mohanbari airfield, Assam, India Nov 7, 1943.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6282 (311th FG, 530th FS) shot down by Ki-43 20 mi S of Sahmaw, Burma Jul 9, 1944.  MACR 6605.  Pilot KIA
				6283 (530th FG) shot down by Ki-43 40 mi SE of Dum Duma, India Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3281. Pilot KIA
				6284 (311th FBG, 530th FBS) shot down by Ki 43 flown by Capt Yashukio Kuroe of 64th Sentai 3rd Chutai 25 mi W of
					Rangoon, Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1212.  Pilot KIA
				6286 (311th FG, 528th FS)  w/o in taxiing accident at Tinghawk Sakan, Burma Jul 26, 1944
				6287 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crashed at Kweilin, China Dec 18, 1943
				6289 (76th FS, 23rd FG0 crashed from unknown cause at Auichwan, China Dec 29, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				6291 (311th FG, 529th FS) crashed on takeoff at Dinjan, India Feb 27, 1944.
				6292 (528th FS, 311th FG) in landing accident at Tingkawk Sakan airfield, Burma Jun 19, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				6296 (311th FBG, 530th FBS) shot down by Ki-43 flown by Capt Yashuhiko Kuroe of 64th Sentai 3rd Chutai 40 mi
					W of Rangoon, Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1209.  Pilot KIA.
				6302 (311th FBG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Dinjan airfield, Assam, India Sep 23, 1943.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				6303 : Named ‘Lynn’ when flown by Capt John S. Stewart of 23rd FG/76th FS at Suichwan, China in early 1944
				6306 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crashed at Suichwan, China Mar 4, 1944
				6312 (311th FG, 530th FS) w/o in midair collision with 43-6074
					at Shawngni Ga, Burma Feb 8, 1944.
43-6313/7112		North American P-51B-5 Mustang
				MSN 104-22816/23305, 24431/24540, 24941/25140.
				6563/7112 modified to P-51B-7-NA
				6313 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by unknown pilot and unit 20 mi NE of 
					Bordeaux, France Mar 21, 1944.  MACR 3438.  Pilot bailed out and evaded with help from French Underground.
				6315 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA E of Caen, France Jul 23, 1944.  MACR 7473.  Pilot fate unknown.
				6316 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 20 mi NE of Bordeaux, France Mar 21, 1944.  MACR 3438.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture with help from French underground, returned Jul 18, 1944.
				6317 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) hit by flak near Arnhem, pilot bailed out near Dordrecht, Holland Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3444.
					Pilot POW.
				6318 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire,
					England while on ferry flight Apr 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6319 (55th FG, 38th FS, 8th AF) damaged in takeoff accident at Turnhouse,
					Scotland Jun 9, 1945.
				6320 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Richard Karcher of JG 3/1 Mar 23, 1944.  
					MACR 3252.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6321 (9th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th AF) in forced landing 9 mi SE of Rambouillet, France after ran
					out of fuel Sep 20, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6322 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) force landed at Boswer Farm,
					Bingham Lodge, England Apr 25, 1945.
				6325 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Schweinfurt, Germany Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 4143.
					Pilot killed.  One source claims lost in Holland
				6327 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed at RAF Boxted, Essex, England due to bad weather Jan 20, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				6328 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 109A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Valenciennes,
					France Feb 8, 1944.  MACR 2335.  Pilot killed.
				6329 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Augsburg, Germany Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3152.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				6330 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing riverboats and barges on Rhine River
					SE of Speyer, Germany Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4183.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6331 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) crashed at Plesder, 8 km SE of Dinan France after ran out of fuel Apr 26, 1944.  
					MACR 4421.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6332 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) crashed after spun out due to bad weather 50 mi E of Colchester, 
					Essex, England in the North Sea Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4215.  Pilot killed.
				6333 to RAF as Mustang III FX973.   Crashed into Thames Estuary
					Mar 9, 1944 after engine failed during bomber escort mission.
				6334 to RAF as Mustang III FX974.  SOC Jan 21, 1947
				6335 to RAF as Mustang III FX975.  Wrecked when struck hut on
					overshoot, Rednal Mar 23, 1945
				6336 to RAF as Mustang III FX976.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				6337 to RAF as Mustang III FX977.  Spun into ground on approach
					to Montford Bridge Apr 28, 1945.
				6338 to RAF as Mustang III FX978.  SOC Dec 13, 1946
				6339 to RAF as Mustang III FX979.  Force landed near Zwolle following engine
					failure May 30, 1944
				6340 to RAF as Mustang III FX980.  Shot down by Bf 109 near Evreux Jul 30, 1944
				6341 to RAF as Mustang III FX981.  Broke up during recovery from dive 1 mi SE of
					Stroud Jun 19, 1944
				6342 to RAF as Mustang III FX982.  Crashed during attempted forced landing
					near Bosham Jun 14, 1944 following engine failure
				6343 to RAF as Mustang III FX983.  Missing near Arnhem Sep 25, 1944, presumed
					shot down by enemy fighters
				6344 to RAF as Mustang III FX984.  Blew engine while enering bombing dive Aug 6, 1944
				6345 to RAF as Mustang III FX985.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				6346 to RAF as Mustang III FX986.  Shot down by Bf109s near Evreux Jun 17, 1944
				6347 to RAF as Mustang III FX987.  wrecked when swung on takeoff and undercarriage
					raised to stop, Wevelghem Mar 22, 1945
				6348 to RAF as Mustang III FX988.  Shot down by enemy fighters near Dreux Jun 24, 1944
				6349 to RAF as Mustang III FX989.  Broke up while flying in cloud over Belgium
					Feb 7, 1945
				6350 to RAF as Mustang III FX990.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Nancy Apr 22, 1944
				6351 to RAF as Mustang III FX991.  Crashed when engine failed on takeoff Aug 27, 1945
				6352 to RAF as Mustang III FX992.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				6353 to RAF as Mustang III FX993.  Missing Aug 10, 1944
				6354 to RAF as Mustang III FX994.  Missing Jun 10, 1944
				6355 to RAF as Mustang III FX995.  SOC Dec 14, 1946
				6356 to RAF as Mustang III FX996.  Crashed near Orsett Feb 28, 1944 after pilot
					bailed out following engine failure
				6357 to RAF as Mustang III FX997.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				6359 (HQ, 354th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with Me 410A near Koblenz, NW of Frankfurt, Germany 
					Feb 11, 1944.  MACR 2166.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6360 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 162nd TRS) shot down by friendly fire from 
					P-47 20 mi E of Epinal, France Oct 28, 1944.  MACR 10275.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				6361 (326th Ferry Squadron, 31st Aircraft Transport Group, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Grove, Oxfordshire,
					England while on ferry flight Dec 10, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6362 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Mar 24, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6363 (30th ADG) lost control in flight and crashed at Stansted, UK
					Dec 13, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				6364 (Headquarters Squadron, 67th TRS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 1 mi NW of Pepperbox Br, England
					Apr 8, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
				6365 (MSN 104-24953) Delivered to USAAF 22Sep43. Shipped to England. Rootes Group, Speke airfield, 
					Liverpool for assembly. Ninth Air Force. 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Ferrying Group, 
					Heston (Station 510), Middlesex. Damaged taxying at Speke airfield 29Nov43. 355th Fighter Squadron [GQ*J], 
					354th Fighter Group, Lashenden (Station 410), Kent. ‘Z Hub’. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Rinkaby, 
					Sweden after an escort mission to Stettin, Poland 13May44. MACR 5366 and 5125. 
					Stored at F 8 Tullinge. Ferried to Barkarby,
					Stockholm Jun44 and flown in a display for high ranking Swedish Air Force officers a few weeks later. 
					Stored at Barkarby. Flight tested at F 5 Ljungbyhed during the spring of 1945 by the American air attaché. 
					Ferried to Bromma, Stockholm 14Mar45. Flown to Uppsala Apr45. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
					Flygvapnet 30Jul45 as J 26, serial 26001. F 16 Wing, Uppsala. Used as an unarmed liaison aircraft by the 
					staff flight of F 16 Wing. Left wing damaged in a collision with a pole for obstacle lighting 31Jul46. SOC 19Nov52 .  
				6366 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea to bad weather Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 2805.  Pilot killed.
				6367 (9th WRS) damaged in takeoff accident at Laon-Athies,
					France Nov 18, 1944.
				6368 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided with P-51B 42-106765 while taxiing at RAF Staplehurst, Kent, England
					Jun 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6369 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) crash landed at Rosieres En Haye airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
					 Nov 20, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6370 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at 
					RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire, England Mar 31, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6371 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Cuxhaven, Germany Jan 4, 1944.  MACR 1750.
					Last seen on tail of Ju 88C-6. Pilot believed killed.
				6372 496th FTG, 554th FTS, 8th AF; code B9- 
				6374 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed due to unknown cause at unknown location in Europe Feb 13, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6375 (354th FG, 353rd FS) shot down by return fire from Ju 88C-6 near Nortorf,
					Germany Dec 13, 1943 and later crashed at Ritterhude, Germany.  MACR 1464.  Pilot POW
				6376 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crash landed near Leiston, England Sep 26, 1944
				6377 (353rd FG, 352nd FS, 8th AF) w/o in midair collision near Stowmarket, England Jul 3, 1945
				6378 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Lashenden, Kent, England Apr 30, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6379 Lend-Lease to France 
				6381 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Raydon Jan 2,1944.
				6382 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over France Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3576.  Fate of pilot unknown.
				6383 converted to F-6C after entered service.  
				6385 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Shanghai Lil/Bunky III") stalled and spun in while strafing train SW of Metz 
					Aug 28, 1944.  MACR 8402.  Pilot KIA
				6386 (370th FG, 402nd FS) crash landed at Frankenberg, Germany May 17, 1945
				6387 crashed Lake Eloise Jan 19, 1944, SOC Jan 21, 1944.
				6388 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) crashed SE of Cambrai, France due to engine failure Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1810.
					Pilot believed killed.
				6390 (9th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause near Laon/Athies Airfield A-69,
					Picardy, France while on training flight Jan 22, 1945.  MACR 11927.  Pilot MIA and declared dead.
				6391 (9th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Koln-Ostheim, Germany 
					Oct 19, 1944.  MACR 11022.  Pilot killed.
				6392 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Rivenhall, Essex, England Mar 18, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft destroyed.
				6393 (479th FG, 434th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Haughley Junction, England Jan 4, 1945.
				6396 (9th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Juvincourt airfield A-68, Picardy,
					France Oct 13, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6397 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea SW of Guernsey in English
					Channel Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5514.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				6398 to RAF as Mustang III FX998.  SOC Mar 14, 1944, believed DBR during shipment
					to UK
				6399 to RAF as Mustang III FX999.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Aalborg May 21, 1944
				6400 to RAF as Mustang III FZ100.  SOC Jan 2, 1947
				6401 to RAF as Mustang III FZ101.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				6402 to RAF as Mustang III FZ102.  Crashed 12 mi SE of Arnhem Apr 8, 1944
					after being hit by flak near Munster
				6403 to RAF as Mustang III FZ103.  Broke up during diving trials over Poole Bay
					Jul 14, 1944.  Plane used by Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment,
					never used operationally
				6404 to RAF as Mustang III FZ104.  SOC Dec 16, 1946
				6405 to RAF as Mustang III FZ105.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				6406 to RAF as Mustang III FZ106.  SOC Jan 15, 1947
				6407 to RAF as Mustang III FZ107.  SOC Feb 26, 1947
				6408 to RAF as Mustang III FZ108.  Crashed into sea off Dutch coast Apr 10, 1944
					after pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				6409 to RAF as Mustang III FZ109.  Shot down by enemy fighter near Dreux Jun 24, 1944
				6410 to RAF as Mustang III FZ110.  Missing from sweep to Aalborg May 17, 1944
				6411 to RAF as Mustang III FZ111.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				6412 to RAF as Mustang III FZ112.  Missing near Vimoutiers Aug 18, 1944
				6413 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crashed E of Dutch border in Lingen, Germany due to mechanical
					failure Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 3899.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6414 to RAF as Mustang III FZ113.  Wrecked when crash landed near
					Halvargate Jan 23, 1946 following engine failure.
				6415 to RAF as Mustang III FZ114.  Crashed near Beauvais Aug 24, 1944 after
					pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				6416 to RAF as Mustang III FZ115.  Dove into ground near Imber Jul 27, 1945
				6417 to RAF as Mustang III FZ116.  Struck by Mustang FB143 (42-103037) at
					Rednal Mar 25, 1945.
				6418 to RAF as Mustang III FZ117.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and wing
					struck ground, Gravesend Mar 26, 1945.
				6419 to RAF as Mustang III FZ118.  Shot down by flak near Livarot Jun 7, 1944
				6420 to RAF as Mustang III FZ119.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				6421 to RAF as Mustang III FZ120.  SOC Mar 3, 1947
				6422 to RAF as Mustang III FZ121.  Shot down by flak S of Cherbourg Jun 22, 1944
				6423 to RAF as Mustang III FZ122.  Crashed near West Raynham Mar 23, 1945
					following collision with Mustang KH546 (44-10791) during combat practice
				6424 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Oblt Heinz Knoke of JG 11/5 near
					Broitzem airfield at Brunswick, Germany and crashed near Gleidngen, Germany Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4422.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6425 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crash landed at Orconte airfield A-66 Champagne-Ardenne, France due to 
					engine failure Nov 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6426 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Ludwigshafen, Germany, headed for home until engine
					exploded over Saint Dizier, France Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4221.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6427 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Uffz Norbert Seidl of JG-26/2 May 9, 1944 near Herenthals,
					Belgium.  MACR 4532.  Pilot KIA
				6429 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi NW of Anklam, Germany while strafing locomotive May 21, 1944.  
					MACR 4995.  Pilot KIA
				6430 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) destroyed by fire at RAF Lashenden Airfield, Kent, England
				6431 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, 8th AF) w/o in midair collision near Steeple Morden, England Jul 16, 1944.
				6433 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Little Glenham, England Jun 8, 1944.
				6434 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crashed 50 mi S of Koblenz, Germany due to engine failure Mar 20, 1944.  MACR 3145.
					Pilot believe killed.
				6435 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea 5 mi E of Naze Essex due to severe weather 
					Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 2849.  Pilot killed.
				6436 (486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Jun 23, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6437 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing a train at Pont de Pany, 15 km W of
					Dijon, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7757.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6438 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51C 42-103338 and crash landed E of Sein near Les
					Andelys, SW of Beauvais, France Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6186.  Pilot survived and evaded capture.
				6439 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) in midair collision with P-51B 43-12145 at
					Melbourne, England Feb 12, 1945.  Able to land, but aircraft was DBR.
				6440 (354th FG, 356th FS) crash landed at Woodchurch, England May 1, 1944.
				6441 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) damaged by flak and crashed 3 km W of Tregunc, France after ran out of fuel 
					Apr 26, 1944.  MACR 4426.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6442 (Headquarters Squadron, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AA near Hagenburg, Germany Mar 8, 1944.  MACR 2838.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6443 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Coulmer, France Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6212.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.
				6446 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over St Lo, France Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6634.  Pilot killed.
				6447 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Rivenhall, Essex, England Feb 22, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6448 357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-U	Wee Willie.  357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-G	Man-O-War. To 353 FG as war weary hack
					353rd FG, 350th FS, 8th AF; code LH-5 war weary clobber college aircraft.
				6449 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed at Cromwell Lake, near Maldon, England Feb 29, 1944.  Pilot bailed out
					and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				6450 (326th Ferry Squadron, 31st Aircraft Transport Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Boxted, Essex,
					England while on ferry flight Feb 20, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6451 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) crashed at Geislingen, Germany due to engine failure Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3008.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6453 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA near Mezieres, France May 10, 1944.  MACR 4680.
					Pilot killed.  German records claim aircrft hit by bomb from another P-51.
				6454 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crashed while in dive chasing German fighter 5 my SE of Potzehne, NE of Brunswick,
					Germany Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3448.  Pilot KIA
				6456 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th Ferrying Group, 8th AF) crash landed at RAF Zeals, Wiltshire, England while
					on ferry flight Dec 25, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6457 355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF; code WR-G.  355th FG, 354th FS, 8thAF; code WR-O	Jane	
				6459 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) hit by friendly machine gun fire from B-24 25 mi NNE of Nis, Yugoslavia
					Apr 16, 1944.  MACR.  Pilot bailed out 30 mi W of Turnu Severin, Yugoslavia and evaded capture.
				6460 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Hptm Herbert Huppertz of JG 2/3 Stab
					20 mi SW of Ulm, Germany Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3377.  Pilot killed.
				6461 (MSN 104-25049) Eighth Air Force, England. 370th Fighter Squadron [CS*Q], 359th Fighter Group, 
					East Wretham (Station 133), Norfolk. ‘Hot Pants’. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Ljungbyhed,
					Sweden after an escort mission to Peenemünde, Germany 4Aug44. On this day, three Mustangs 
					made forced landings in Sweden, all from the same unit. The return flight went over Langeland, southern Jutland. 
					Across the Danish islands, one Mustang [44-13939] had a fault in the engine cooling system, high oil 
					temperature. When the oil pressure also went down, the pilot decided to head for Sweden and 
					possibly land on Bulltofta. Two other Mustangs followed to protect the Mustang and ensure that it 
					reached Sweden without any problems. When they saw that the Mustang had reached the Swedish 
					coast, the two escort planes turned off for a trip home to England. But across Denmark, they encountered 
					a German Messerschmitt Bf 110G, coded G9 + HX, which was radar-guided towards the Mustangs in the 
					belief that they were an American bomber rather than two fighter jets in close formation. The German 
					plane was attacked by the two Mustangs and shot down by the pilot who flew HOT PANTS. After the air
					 battle, the two pilots realized that they had used up so much fuel that it would be difficult for them to 
					reach England. They therefore turned back towards Sweden and flew to Ljungbyhed, Sweden, northeast 
					of Copenhagen, Denmark. The landing was dramatic; they came flying in via Herrevadskloster and went 
					over Thulinvillorna towards hangar 4. F 5 Wing was then a flying school and full of planes on the ground. 
					The two Mustangs came too far in, a so-called positive landing, and had to pull on towards Söderåsen, 
					rose into the air and pulled around for landing. The air defense at Ljungbyhed had until then been kept quiet, 
					but when the Mustangs rose into the air again in a steep right turn, the air defenses thought that the 
					Americans would flee and shelling began. Smoke puffs around the aircraft testified that the air defense 
					was aiming correctly. The planes lowered their landing gear again, went in for landing and then the air 
					defense fell silent. The pilots were interned in Mullsjö and returned to England 1Nov44. At the beginning 
					of October 1944, a group of American technicians and pilots began to prepare the two Mustangs that were 
					lined up in Hangar 4 at Ljungbyhed for ferry flight to Barkarby. The idea was that all four interned Mustangs 
					in Skåne county would be flown in formation on 7 October 1944 by American pilots. But after the two Mustangs 
					at Ljungbyhed started, they started to buzz the field which ended with the other Mustang, SOME JOKE [43-12463] 
					crashing. HOT PANTS landed back at Ljungbyhed and it was quickly decided that the plane would instead be 
					flown up to Barkarby by a Swedish pilot. After arriving in Barkarby, the Mustang remained there over the 
					winter and flew at most very sparingly by officers from the American embassy. Ferried to Bromma, Stockholm. 
					Flown to Uppsala Apr45. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 30Jul45 as J 26, serial 26002. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala. Salvaged and used for spares. SOC 16Jun47. Ground instructional airframe at Flygvapnets 
					Tekniska Skola, Västerås; scrapped.  MACR 7432.  Pilot interned
				6462 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed at Kunlien, China due to engine failure Sep 12, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				6463 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Alfred Muller of JG 27/2 Stab
					over Schliersee, 15 mi E of Munich, Germany Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 6828.  Pilot killed.
				6464 to RAF as Mustang III FZ123.  Shot down by enemy fighters near Dreux
					Jun 24, 1944
				6465 to RAF as Mustang III FZ124.  SOC Mar 12, 1947
				6466 to RAF as Mustang III FZ125.  Shot down by flak near Arnhem Sep 17, 1944.
				6467 to RAF as Mustang III FZ126.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				6468 to RAF as Mustang III FZ127.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				6469 to RAF as Mustang III FZ128.  SOC Dec 9, 1946
				6470 to RAF as Mustang III FZ129.  SOC Dec 10, 1946
				6471 to RAF as Mustang III FZ130.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				6472 to RAF as Mustang III FZ131.  Crashed near Metz Apr 30, 1944
					after pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				6473 to RAF as Mustang III FZ132.  Stalled and crashed while
					avoiding barrage balloon in bad weather, Brooklands Apr 6, 1944
				6474 to RAF as Mustang III FZ133.  SOC Jan 3, 1947
				6475 to RAF as Mustang III FZ134.  Crashed 1 mi E of Oxted Apr 3, 1944
					after wing broke off when pulling out of dive
				6476 to RAF as Mustang III FZ135.  Dove out of cloud into English
					Channel during sweep mission Jul 13, 1944.
				6477 to RAF as Mustang III FZ136.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				6478 to RAF as Mustang III FZ137.  SOC Feb 19, 1945
				6479 to RAF as Mustang III FZ138.  Wrecked when hit truck on takeoff,
					Chedworth Jul 28, 1944
				6480 to RAF as Mustang III FZ139.  SOC Nov 1, 1946
				6481 to RAF as Mustang III FZ140.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				6482 to RAF as Mustang III FZ141.  Shot down by flak S of Caen
					Jun 7, 1944
				6483 to RAF as Mustang III FZ142.  Crashed 5 mi S of Aldermaston
					Mar 20, 1944 after pilot bailed out following engine fire.
				6484 to RAF as Mustang III FZ143.  SOC Mar 10, 1947
				6485 to RAF as Mustang III FZ144.  Missing near Dreux Jun 23, 1944
				6486 to RAF as Mustang III FZ145.  Dove into ground near Tillington
					Feb 20, 1945 during low-level practice flight
				6487 to RAF as Mustang III FZ146.  Crashed near Stodland Jan 21, 1944
					after tailplane separated in flight.
				6488 to RAF as Mustang III FZ147.  Missing near Evreux Jun 24, 1944
				6489 (326th Ferry Squadron, 31st Aircraft Transport Group, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Grove, Oxfordshire, England
					while on ferry flight Jan 10, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6490 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF RIvenhall, Essex, England Mar 18, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6491 (359th FG, 368th FS, 8th AF) crashed between Cape Gris Nez France and Dover, England Jun 4, 1944 due to engine
					failure.  MACR 5404.  Pilot bailed out was seen in the water, but air sea rescue could not find him.
				6492 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea 5 mi E of Naze Essex Mar 4, 1944 due to severe
					weather.  MACR 2850.  Pilot killed.
				6493 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea 5 mi E of Naze Essex Mar 4, 1944 due to severe
					weather.  MACR 2848.  Pilot killed.
				6493 (363rd FG, 382nd FS) lost Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 2848
				6494 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over France Apr 4, 1944.  MACR 3572.  Fate of pilot 
					unknown.
				6495 (403rd ABD) crashed near Glenarm, Northern Ireland Dec 18, 1943.
				6496 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF)in taxiing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Jul 6, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6497 (354th FG, 353rd FS) crashed on takeoff at Boxted, England Mar 19, 1944.
				6498 (361st FG, 374th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Major Klaus Mietusch of JG 26/Stab NW of
					Fomilly-sur-Seine, 10 mi NE of Melun, France Jun 4, 1944.  MACR 5519.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				6500 352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF; code PZ-S
				6502 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) destroyed in taxiing accident at RAF Leiston Airfield, Suffolk, England Jul 29, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				6503 (496th FTG, 555th FTS, 8th AF) w/o in midair collision near Goxhill, England Jul 26, 1944
				6505 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 31st TRS, 10th PRG) in landing accident at 
					Weisbaden airfield, Germany May 3, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6506 352nd FG, 487th FS;, 8th AF code HO-Y.  Sharkmouth on nose.  496th FTG, 555th FTS, 8th AF; code C7-Z	
				6507 (554th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Sep 26, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and washed out
				6508 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) ran out of fuel and crashed into North Sea Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3445.  Pilot KIA
				6509 352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF; code PZ-H	Cile II / Luck of the Irish.  352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF; code PZ-L	Old Reliable		PZ-L bar
				6510 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff at Leiston,
					England Sep 17, 1944.
				6511 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) collided in midair with P-51C 42-103390 over Tortorella airfield, Foggia,
					Italy and crashed Aug 21, 1944. Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				6512 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA 2 km NW of Countances, France Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6678.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				6513 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed 5 km S of Saint Savinen, France after ran out of fuel Apr 29, 1944.  
					MACR 4431.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6515 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crashed 15 mi N of Hannover, Germany due to engine failure Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3758.
					Pilot POW
				6516 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Rivenhall, Essex, England Feb 25, 1944. Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6517 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed N of Carentan, France Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5695.  Pilot killed.
				6518 4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF; code  QP-K	.  4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF; code  QP-G
				6520 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Woody's Maytag") shot down by flak near St. Quentin Jun 4, 1944.  MACR 5505.  Pilot KIA
				6521 (311th Ferry Squadron, 27th Aircraft Transport Group, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Renfrew, Scotland
					while on ferry flight Feb 3, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.  Quoted by Air-Britain as:
					Flew into ground 3Feb44 at Warton, Lancashire, England  [Renfrew may have been 
					departure airfield – presumably shipped into Glasgow docks]
				6523 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Leakin Liz") lost in midair collision in bad weather with P-51B 42-106858 near 
					Bordeaux Jun 19, 1944.  MACR 5961.  Pilot KIA
				6524 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 363rd TRG, 160th TRS) crash landed in bad weather
					near Stenay, France May 3, 1945.
				6525 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down by flak over Fassberg Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4067.  Pilot POW
				6527 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Gefr Hubertus Hack of JG 5/1 between Ulm and 
					Gunsburg, Germany Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3391.  Pilot KIA.
				6528 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed SW of Maupertus-sur-Mer A-15 Cherbourg Basse-Normandie, France
					due to bad weather Jul 16, 1944.  MACR 6889.  Pilot believed killed. I have a report that says this
					plane was a war-weary aircraft that had been converted into a 2-seater for use by 55th FG.
					Also a report that it was used in England by 65th FW/HQ Flight.
				6530 to RAF as Mustang III FZ149.  SOC Jan 20, 1947
				6531 to RAF as Mustang III FZ150.  Crashed near Rednal Mar 10, 1945
					after hitting pole while practicing low-level attacks.
				6532 to RAF as Mustang III FZ151.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				6533 to RAF as Mustang III FZ152.  SOC Oct 24, 1946
				6534 to RAF as Mustang III FZ153.  DBR Jul 6, 1944
				6535 to RAF as Mustang III FZ154.  SOC Oct 24, 1946
				6536 to RAF as Mustang III FZ155.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				6537 to RAF as Mustang III FZ156.  Missing near Montford Jun 7, 1944
				6538 to RAF as Mustang III FZ157.  Missing Jun 21, 1944
				6539 to RAF as Mustang III FZ158. Crashed at Honeywood House,
					Surrey May 19, 1944 following collision with Mustang
					FX940 (42-12235)
				6540 to RAF as Mustang III FZ159.  Crashed Aug 25, 1944 after pilot
					bailed out following flak hit.
				6541 to RAF as Mustang III FZ160.  SOC Jan 21, 1947
				6542 was to have gone to RAF as Mustang III FZ161  Not delivered to RAF, went to USAAF unit in UK, replaced as 
					FZ161 by P-51C 42-103500.  To 357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, 
					Cambridgeshire, England.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Converted to 2 seater for use by 65th FW.
				6543 to RAF as Mustang III FZ162.  Hit trees and belly landed 20 mi
					S of Brussels Oct 26, 1944 after engine failure.
				6544 to RAF as Mustang III FZ163.  Missing near Dreux Jun 23, 1944
				6545 to RAF as Mustang III FZ164.  Shot down by flak over Tours
					May 18, 1944
				6546 to RAF as Mustang III FZ165.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				6547 to RAF as Mustang III FZ166.  Crashed after own bomb exploded
					during flight over Seine Aug 7, 1944
				6548 to RAF as Mustang III FZ167.  Missing near Pont l'Eveque
					Apr 27, 1944.  Presumed shot down by Fw 190s.
				6549 to RAF as Mustang III FZ168.  Crashed May 19, 1944 after
					pilot abandoned aircraft following collision in cloud
					during bomber escort mission.
				6550 to RAF as Mustang III FZ169.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				6551 to RAF as Mustang III FZ170.  SOC Feb 17, 1947
				6552 to RAF as Mustang III FZ171.  SOC Feb 17, 1947
				6553 to RAF as Mustang III FZ172.  SOC Jan 2, 1947
				6554 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Gladbeck, Germany Mar 11, 1944.  MACR 3105.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW
				6556 ((MSN 104-22959) Delivered to USAAF 22Oct43. Eighth Air Force, England. Flown to NY Port of Embarkation, Newark, NJ; 
					dismantled, packed and shipped to England, despatched 14Dec43. Base Air Depot.  ? 2, Warton (Station 582), 
					Lancashire for assembly. Damaged in a mid-air collision with Consolidated B-24J Liberator 42-100331 near 
					Blackpool Tower, Lancashire 7Feb44. 362nd Fighter Squadron [G4*B], 357th Fighter Group, Leiston
					(Station 373), Suffolk. ‘Chicago Gun Moll’. Damaged landing at Leiston 1Apr44. The Mustang was a fighter
					escort for Boeing B-17 bombers of the 1st Air Division attacking Ludwigshafen, Germany 27May44. Shortly after 
					the rendezvous, the bomber formation was attacked by Focke-Wulf Fw-190’s and Messerschmitt Bf-109’s. 
					In the ensuing battle between the German fighters and the Mustangs, this aircraft was hit and received 
					heavy damage to the elevator controls. The Merlin engine also was damaged by debris from a German victim. 
					Unable to return to home base in England, the pilot set course for neutral Switzerland. He crossed the northern 
					Swiss border near Lake Constance but decided to wait before bailing out of his stricken aircraft because he 
					feared to land in German territory. After some time the Mustang became almost impossible to control and 
					the engine started to lose coolant and overheat, so the pilot jettisoned the canopy and turned the Mustang on 
					its back to bail out, but the inflatable dinghy pack somehow got stuck in the cockpit. It took the pilot several 
					attempts to free himself from his mount, which then went into a steep dive and crashed in the vicinity of Lütisburg. 
					The Mustang totally disintegrated upon impact in a meadow, close to a restaurant, and bent and scorched remains 
					were scattered over a wide area. In his struggle to abandon the Mustang, the pilot had hit the elevator and suffered 
					a broken leg. Saved by his parachute, he landed in a tall fir tree and had to be rescued by local people. 
					He was brought to a nearby hospital where he immediately saw medical treatment before being interrogated by 
					Swiss authorities. The pilot spent the rest of the war in internment. He returned to England in October 1945 by 
					ferrying another interned Mustang from Dübendorf airfield back to Base Air Depot ? 1, Burtonwood (Station 590), 
					Lancashire, but only after buzzing the city of Zurich at very low level.  MACR 5107.
				6557 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Oct 18, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6558 (363rd FG, 382nd FS) crashed due to structural failure
					at Holbrook Bay, England Mar 30, 1944
				6559 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Reims, France Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8492.
					Pilot bailed out and returned to duty.
				6560 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Makfitz airfield, Germany and crash landed 1 km
					SE of Schnelldorf, near Platte, Germany May 29, 1944.  MACR 5396.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				6561 355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF; code OS
				6562 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 2 km W of Bonnigues, 67 km S of Sangatte,
					France Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6712.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6563 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by friendly fire after passed in front of P-51B 43-24842 that was strafing
					a truck over Mortagni France Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 5622.  Pilot killed
				6564 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Leiston Mar 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was
					destroyed.
				6565 to RAF as FR411 Nov 1943.  Returned to USAAF Dec 13, 1943, no RAF service.  496th FTG, 555th FTS, 8th AF; code C7
				6566 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Leiston Sep 22, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was
					destroyed
				6567 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) collided in midair with Me 410A and crashed 1.5 km SW of Kleinleinungen
					W of Saugerhausen, Germany Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6803.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6569 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Bodney, England Mar 4, 1944.
				6570 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Nov 30, 1944. Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, washed out.
				6571 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea Mar 24, 1944.  MACR 3277.  Pilot MIA
					and fate unknown.
				6572 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) flown by Capt. Joe Bennett in midair collision with Bf 109G-6/AS flown by 
					Obfhr Hubert Heckmann of JG 1/9 over Botenheim, Germany May 25, 1944.  MACR 5720.  Capt Bennett 
					parachuted to safety and became POW.  Heckmann belly landed his Bf 109G.
				6573 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Langensalza, Germany and crash landed in open field 2.5 km
					NE of Kirchbeiligea near Langensalza, Germany Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8680.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				6574 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down at Hetzarath near Erkelenz, Germany by JG 26 Fw 190A-8s 
					May 20, 1944.  MACR 5276.  Pilot KIA
				6575 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 near Le
					Neibourg, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5602.  Pilot killed.
				6576 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crashed 12 km W of Kothen, near Bernburg, Germany due to engine failure Feb 22, 1944. 
					 MACR 2677.  Pilot killed
				6577 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) crashed while chasing Fw 190s near Berlin Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4547.  Pilot KIA
				6579 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF, *SNAFU*) crashed from unknown cause near Berlin, Germany Apr 18, 1944.  
					MACR 4138.  Pilot killed.
				6580 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF "Helen 2nd") crashed at Debden, England Dec 18, 1944
				6581 (364th FS, 357th FG) in landing accident at RAF Boxted Feb 9, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6582 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Leiston, Suffolk, England Mar 16, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				6583 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) force landed Sep 17, 1944 at Tri Duby airfield, Czechoslovakia due to 
					engine failure.  MACR 8631. Pilot survived and returned to duty in w weeks.
				6584 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Berlin, Germany and crashed 6 km SW of Nienburg, Germany
					May 19, 1944.  MACR 5290.  Pilot bailed out and became POW. 
				6585 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA at Calais, France and headed home but crashed 10 mi W of Cap Griz
					Nez, France in English Channel Jun 19, 1944.  MACR 6115.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				6586 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed after hit trees while attacking ground targets NE of
					Villedien-les-Poeles, France Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5571.  Pilot killed.
				6587 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Niederahr, near Montabaur, Germany Jan 2, 1945.  MACR 11521.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				6589 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down by flak near Celle Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3727.  Pilot KIA
				6591 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Dec 30, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6592 (358th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) crash landed at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England Aug 2, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6593 (84th FS, 78th FG) damaged on landing at Duxford, England Apr 10, 1945.  Had
					been converted to 2 seater for use by 78th FG, 8rth FS, 8th AF at Duxford.
				6594/6618 to RAF as Mustang III FZ173/FZ197
					6609 to RAF as Mustang III FZ188.  (19th Sqn) crashed near
						Borssele, Netherlands Mar 4, 1944
					6610 to RAF as Mustang III FZ189.  (306th Sqdn) shot down
						by Bf 109G over Normandy Jun 7, 1944.  Pilot KIA
					6616 to RAF as Mustang III FZ195.  (19th Sqdn) crashed near
						Tilburg, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944
					6617 to RAF as Mustang III FZ196.  (306th Sqdn) crashed due
						to engine failure in Netherlands Sep 27, 1944.  Pilot KIA
					6618 to RAF as Mustang III FZ197.  (306th Sqdn) shot down by AAA
						over Normandy, France Jun 8, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and
						returned.
				6619 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea E of Naze Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3072.
					Pilot killed.
				6620 (369th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) crashed due to unknown cause in English Channel Jun 11, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out and was rescued.
				6621 (354th FG, 356th FS, 9th AF) crashed at Herford, SE of Dummer Lake, Germany due to engine failure 
					Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2733.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6623 crashed on takeoff from Speke (airport for Liverpool) Feb 18, 1943 and SOC.  Sent to 
					USAF Base Air Depot 2 (Now RAF Warton) where it was combined
					with other P-51B's parts that had been dropped while being unloaded
					at Liverpool docks and rebuilt as an unarmed two seater named *Spare Parts*.
					It was used for delivering urgent small spares, as a VIP transport and 
					(amongst other things but probably most importantly) fetching bulk supplies 
					of Scotch whiskey from a distillery in Glasgow!  In late 1944 it suffered engine 
					failure whilst flying over the Irish Sea off Blackpool and the two occupants had to 
					bail out; they were safely rescued, but 'Spare Parts' crashed into the sea.
				6624 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Ofw Hans Muller of JG 301/2 at Ebensberger,
					20 mi E of Munich, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4328.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6625 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause NW of Stuttgart, Germany Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2747.
					Pilot survived and became POW
				6626 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Terry Fran") lost to flak near Meaux Aug 12, 1944.  MACR 7608.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				6627 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) lost to flak near Strausberg Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3754.  Pilot KIA
				6628 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Typhoon McGoon") collided with P-51B 43-7052 in midair east of Leiston, Suffolk, England 20 mi
					off English coast over North Sea Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3449.  Pilot killed
				6629 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF, "Kipper") crashed due to bad weather near Doullens, France Apr 1, 1944.  MACR 34672.  Pilot killed.
				6630 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down in combat Mar 6, 1944 near
					Berlin.  MACR 3042.  Pilot bailed out and taken prisoner.
				6631 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down near Platzgrund Zerbst, Germany by Bf 110G-2 flown by Uffz
					Stryzak of ZG 26/3 and crashed 1 km N of Bohlendorf, 7 km NW of Zerbst, Germany May 28, 1944.  
					MACR 5360.  Pilot KIA
				6633 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Franz Koplik of JG 1/9 15 mi
					NW of Stuttgart, Germany May 25, 1944.  MACR 5721.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6634 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Nooky Booky") shot down at Hundstadt about 25 mi NW of Frankfurt/Main May 12, 1944. 
					Claim that he was shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Ofw Adalbert von Lipcsey of JG 27/1 12 km NW of 
					Gelnhausen, 23 mi N of Wurzburg, Germany may be unlikely.  From German sources (Prien, Geschichte des JG53) it is known 
					that American fighters had attacked a train in the area northwest of Frankfurt(Taunus, area 
					north of Wiesbaden) that day and that Fw. Guglberger (Bf 109 G-6, II./JG53) was engaged in a low-level 
					dogfight with the fighters that attacked the train. Fw. Guglberger claimed to have shot down two P-51s. 
					MACR 4700.  Pilot KIA
				6635 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th Aircraft Transport Group, 8th AF) crashed at Knowsley Park, Knowsley, England 
					Feb 16, 1944 during routine ferry flight.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				6636 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing Saint Dizier airfield and crashed 18 km
					SE of Romilly, France May 9, 1944.  MACR 4682.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6637 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF, "Rubber Check") in landing accident at RAF Leiston Nov 30, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was
					destroyed.
				6639 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Beauvais, France Mar 21, 1944.  MACR 3378.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.  Escaped May 7, 1944 and made it to Spain and returned Jun 10, 1944 to his unit.
				6640 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) lost to flak near La Mailleraye Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5506.  Pilot KIA
				6641 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Caen, France and crashed near Carpiquit, France Mar 21, 1944.  
					MACR 3379.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute opened at treetop level.
				6642 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 162nd TRS, attached to Provisinal Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) 
					in taxiing accident at Haguenau airfield Y-39 Haguenau, France Apr 7, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft 
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6643 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed off coast of Netherlands due to engine failure Mar 3, 1944.  MACR 3043.
					Pilot killed.
				6644 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF)  w/o near Duxford Grange Farm, England Nov 26, 1944
				6645 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea E of Naze, Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3070.
					Pilot killed.
				6646 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Fuechtorf, 7 km W of Versmold, Germany due to engine failure 
					Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4541.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6647 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51B 42-106616 while strafing airfield at
					Nordhorn, Germany May 24, 1944.  MACR 8567.  Pilot killed.
				6648 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down NE of Metz, France near Landstuhl, Germany by Bf 109G-6 
					flown by Oblt Paul Schander of JG 26/10  near Metz May 1, 1944.  MACR 4548.  Pilot KIA
				6649 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) lost to flak near Pont-a-Mousson Aug 11, 1944.  MACR 7609.  Pilot KIA
				6650 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause NE of Budapest, Hungary Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6802 and 8526.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6652 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit in the Kaufbeuren, Germany 
					area and crashed at Gussenstadt, Germany Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3380.  Pilot killed.
				6653 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Lil' Red's Rocket") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw. Maximian Baumgart of JG /3 20 mi NW of Strasbourg,
					France May 27, 1944.  MACR 5108.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6654 (355th FG, 357th FS) crashed at Wendy, near Bassingbourn,
					England Mar 9, 1944
				6655 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea Mar 24, 1944.  MACR 3269.  Pilot MIA
					and fate unknown.
				6656 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Debden, England Feb 28, 1944
				6658 (363rd FG, 382nd FS) in midair collision and crashed
					near Carentan, France Sep 3, 1944
				6659 to RAF as Mustang III FB100.  hit ground on approach, stalled, and
					crashed during attempted overshoot, Coolham Apr 21, 1944
				6660 to RAF as Mustang III FB101.  SOC Jan 30, 1946
				6661 to RAF as Mustang III FB102.  Missing Jun 11, 1944.  Presumed
					shot down by Bf 109s
				6662 to RAF as Mustang III FB103.  SOC Jan 1, 1947
				6663 to RAF as Mustang III FB104.  SOC Feb 27, 1946
				6664 to RAF as Mustang III FB105.  Force landed near Loviers
					Aug 5, 1944 following engine failure.
				6665 to RAF as Mustang III FB106.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				6666 to RAF as Mustang III FB107.  Missing near Dreux Jul 25, 1944.
					Presumed shot down by Fw 190s
				6667 to RAF as Mustang III FB108.  Missing near Vire Jun 10,1944
				6668 to RAF as Mustang III FB109.  Hit obstruction and wrecked during
					attempted forced landing at B.78 (Eindhoven) Mar 19, 1945
					following engine failure.
				6669 to RAF as Mustang III FB110.  Missing near Dreux Aug 15 1944.
					Presumed shot down by Fw 190s.
				6670 to RAF as Mustang III FB111.  Wrecked when struck by Mustang
					SR415 (43-7069) while taxying at Rednal May 4, 1945
				6671 to RAF as Mustang III FB112.  SOC Jan 9, 1947
				6672 to RAF as Mustang III FB113.  Belly landed in field near
					Halvergate Jan 23, 1946 following engine failure
				6673 to RAF as Mustang III FB114.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				6674 to RAF as Mustang III FB115.  Broke up in air near Louvain
					Feb 7, 1945
				6675 to RAF as Mustang III FB116.  Crashed S of Elbeuf Aug 11, 1944
					after pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				6676 to RAF as Mustang III FB117.  Crashed at Enschaede Feb 21, 1945
					following damage by exploding train
				6677 to RAF as Mustang III FB118.  Wrecked when struck Mustang
					FZ192 (US serial unknown) during takeoff from Keevil Sep 3, 1945.
				6678 to RAF as Mustang III FB119.  Missing Apr 30, 1944.  Force landed at Cahtres-sur-Seine, France.
					The pilot started off as an evader, was captured, sent to Buchenwald Conecntration camp before 
					being transferred to a proper Stalag-Luft,, was liberated and submitted a report to IS-9.
				6679 to RAF as Mustang III FB120.  Flew into ground near Sedan
					in cloud Mar 1, 1945
				6680 to RAF as Mustang III FB121.  SOC Mar 20, 1944
				6681 to RAF as Mustang III FB122.  Crashed Aug 19, 1944 after
					pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				6682 to RAF as Mustang III FB123.  SOC Oct 24, 1946
				6683 to RAF as Mustang III FB124.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				6685 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF, "Umbriago") crashed on takeoff at Bodney, England
					Jun 6, 1944.  Name is Italian for "drunk" (Durante's catchphrase)
				6686 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) involved in midair collision and
					crashed near Orfordness, England Jun 14, 1945.
				6687 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Delfshausen, near Rastede, Germany 
					Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3251.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6688 357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-A	Passion Wagon		
					357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-R	Wanderin' Willie		Reassigned from Roberson and became two-seater "469th Baby" when Gilbert received new P-51D.
					357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-R	469th Baby		2 seat conversion after accident
				6689 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3632.  Fate of pilot
					unknown.
				6690 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed due to engine failure Mar 6, 1944 near
					Berlin, Germany.  MACR 3044.  Pilot bailed out and taken prisoner.
				6691 (363rd FG, 381st FS) crashed at Holbrook Bombing Range,
					England Mar 25, 1944
				6692 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AA 1 mi E of Savigny, France Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6277.  Pilot killed.
				6694 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) crashed into North Sea 5 mi E of Naze, Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  
					MACR 2847.  Pilot killed.
				6695 to RAF as Mustang III SR429.  SOC Dec 20, 1946
				6696 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Brunswick,
					Germany Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3459.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6697 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cricqueville airfield A-2 Basse-Normandie, France
					Jul 26, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6698 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) crashed 8 mi SW of Bad Frankenhausen, Germany due to engine failure Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9240.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6699 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 162nd TRS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 near Neufreistett, 
					Germany Dec 1, 1944.  MACR 12412.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6700 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 12 mi SE of Nurnburg, Germany Mar 13, 1945.  MACR 13002.
					Pilot killed.
				6701 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Fw. Hand Engelbrecht of JG 2/19 E of Orleans near
					Auxerre, France Apr 30, 1944.  MACR 4412.  Able to crash land, pilot survived and evaded.
				6702 (363rd FG, 380th FS) in midair collision and crashed at
					Boxted, England Feb 11, 1944.  Repaired and converted to F-6C.  With 160th TRS, 363rd TRG, 9th AF
					in takeoff accident at Venlo Airfield Y-55, Netherlands Mar 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				6703 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by 20 MM AAA 2 km NW of Countances, France Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6679.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				6704 (352nd FG, 368th FS, 8th AF "Hell-er-Bust") in takeoff accident at USAAF Piryatin station, Ukraine USSR Aug 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				6705 (496th FTG, 554th FTS) crash landed at Coningsby, England Sep 27, 1944
				6706 (160th TRS, 363rd TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Montreuil airfield A-38, France Sep 17, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6707 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 500 m SE of Biblis airfield, 5 m NE of Worms, Germamy Sep 25, 1944. 
					MACR 9233.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6708 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Aug 28, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6710 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) made wheels-up belly landing at Brussels, Belgium Oct 4, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6711 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crshed 6 km N of Le Mesnil-Sur-Oger, France after engine caught fire 
					Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3151.  Pilot bailed and seen on the ground, but fate is unknown.
				6712 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Leiston airfield, Suffolk, England Apr 25, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6713 converted to F-6C after entered service.  To 162nd TRS.  In accident Jan 30, 1945 at Azelot, France.
				6714 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF "Jersey Bounce") involved in midair collision and crashed
					near Chipping Ongar, England Jun 7, 1944.  Named after popular Benny Goodman title & home state
				6716 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit NE of Marche, Belgium
					 May 11, 1944.  MACR 4670.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6717 4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF; code  QP-S	.  4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF; code  QP-S.  4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF; code  QP-V
				6718 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crash landed at Pevensey Beach, England due to engine failure Apr 20, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6719 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Debden, England Jul 22, 1944
				6720 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 7 mi S of Noordwal, Holland Apr 12, 1944.  MACR 3730.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW
				6721 (364th FG, 384th FS) crashed near Tibenham, England Dec 9, 1944
				6722 (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England 
					Feb 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6723 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF, "Old Crow") crashed after being hit by wreckage of Bf 109G he had just shot down 10 mi NW of
					Zwolle, Holland Feb 21, 1944.  MACR 2418.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6725 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England May 20, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6726 (332nd FG, 100th FS) crash landed at Ramitelli, Italy Feb 23, 1945
				6727 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Dare Devil") exploded in midair and disintegrated Jul 29, 1944 while firing on 
					Bf 109G 20 mi W of Merseburg, Germany.  MACR 7846.  Pilot KIA. Defective ammunition box believed to be the cause.
				6729 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Young-Uns") crashed 18 mi NW of Dijon, France due to engine failure Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3450.  Pilot
					bailed out and evaded.
				6730 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause near Ipswich, Essex, England Oct 12, 1944.  MACR 9228.
					Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				6731 (364th FG, 383rd FS, 8th AF) crashed at Crosthwaite, England Jun 30,1945
				6732 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing truck NW of Udine, Italy Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14057.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute did not open.
				6733 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident at Hsian airfield, Shaanxi, China Oct 4, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6736 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, England Jan 7, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and washed out.
				6737 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3561.  Fate of pilot
					unknown.
				6738 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51B 42-106671 and crashed near Thames River Margate East,
					Kent, England Apr 26, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				6739 force landed at Raja Danga, India Sep 3, 1944
				6740 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Maj Heinz Bar of JG 1/6 near Wittenburg,
					SE of Soltau, Germany Mar 3, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				6741 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over Sliedrecht, Holland Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2676.  Pilot bailed out
					and became POW
				6743 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Waldemar Radener of JG26/7 NNW of Wetzler near
					Koblenz, Germany Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2675.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6744 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (309th SRG, 463rd SRS) crash landed at Maupertuis, France Aug 16, 1944  
					(F-6C, 363rd TRG, 161st TRS, 9th AF) crash landed at Le Culet, Belgium after ran out of fuel Feb 10, 1945.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				6745 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) made wheels up belly landing 3 mi N of Beccles, England Fev 15, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				6746 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 NE of Budapest, Hungary Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6801.  Pilot
					killed.  Unit website claims wreckage and pilot's body found at Mostar, Yugoslavia.
				6748 (1st Air Commando Group, 10th AF) in landing accident at Asanol Airfield, India Jun 3, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				6751 (118th TRS, 23rd FG) shot down by AAA and crashed 45 mi NE of Tien HO airfield, Canton,
					China Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11637.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				6752 (363rd FG, 381st FS) crashed in bad weather near Hollingbourne, England Apr 15, 1944
				6753 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Mondolfo airfield, Marche, Italy Apr 26, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6754 (487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, "Frances B Too") in forced landing at Steeple, Essex, England Feb 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				6755 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF, "Kalamazoo Kid") ditched off Felixstowe, England Feb 10, 1945.
				6757 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff at Duxford, England Feb 20, 1945
				6758 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF, "Cobber") in landing accident at RAF Leiston airfield at Suffolk, England Mar 5, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft DBR.
				6759 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause over Germany Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3524.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.
				6761 (363rd FG, 382nd FS) lost Apr 9, 1944, Waddenzee, Netherlands.  MACR 3603.  Pilot MIA
				6763 Coded B6-Y and named 'Glamorus Glen' (photographic evidence of spelling) when flown by 
					Chuck Yeager with 357th FG at Leiston, England.  (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF, "Glamorus Glen") shot down by Fw 190A-4 flown by Unteroffizier Irmfried Klotz of JG 101 or JGr West
					Mar 5, 1944.  MACR 2788.  Chuck Yeager was the pilot.  He evaded and made it to Spain.
				6764 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 110G-2 flown by Uffz Urban of ZG 1/6 over Kirchberg, 
					SE of St Polten, Austria May 29, 1944.  MACR 5407.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6765 was Maj. Godfrey's first Mustang.  Involved in an accident while landing after practice mission Apr 6, 1944
					and never flew with 4th FG again.
				6767 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by unknown pilot of either JG 1 or JG 11 
					NE of Worms, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4309.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6768 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed in England due to engine failure Oct 24, 1944.  Pilot bailed out
					but was killed when his parachute failed to open because he was too low.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				6769 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Ludwigshafen, Germany Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4222.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				6770 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by small arms fire while strafing a truck convoy and crashed
					N of Saint James, France Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6262.  Made wheels-up belly landing and crashed into the
					side of a house. Pilot survived and became POW.
				6771 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) crash landed near Fowlmere, England
					Mar 2 1945
				6772 (479th FG, 434th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Hundon, England 
					Dec 13, 1944
				6773 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Madgdeburg, Germany Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3731.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				6774 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Apr 19, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6775 (359th FG, 368th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause S of Caen near Brettville, France Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5591.
					Pilot killed.
				6776 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF) crashed near St Lo, France after hitting trees while strafing trucks Jun 10, 1944.  
					MACR 5550.   Pilot KIA
				6777 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "The Butcher") crash landed at Biarritz after being hit by flak Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3446.  Pilot POW
				6778 (311th FG, 529th FS) crash landed in China Jan 27, 1945
				6779 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Lommorsweiler,
					Germany May 11, 1944.  MACR 4681.  Pilot killed.
				6781 (496th FTG, 555th FTS, 8th AF) crash landed near Patrington, England Jun 6, 1944
				6784 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Walther Wever of JG 51/3 near Siedice,
					Poland Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 6800.  pilot bailed out and landed before his parachute was fully open.  Both
					legs were broken.  Shot by German soldier and died in hospital.
				6785 modified as F-6C-5-NA at modification center.  (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed near Heston, England Feb 26, 1945
				6786 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crash landed near Framlingham, England Mar 4, 1944
				6787 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in ground accident at RAF Leiston, Suffolk, England.  Pilot survived but aircraft
					was badly damaged.  Later converted to 2-seater for use by 357th FG
				6789 (311th FG, 529th FS, 14th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Miching, China due to engine
					failure Dec 18, 1944.  MACR 10631.  MACR 10631.  Pilot survived and evaded and returned.
				6792 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) crashed due to bad weather near Doullens France Apr 1, 1944.  MACR 3463.  Pilot killed.
				6793 (361st FG, 376th FS, 8th AF) crash landed near Bottisham, England Jul 7, 1944
				6794 (357th FG, HQ, 8th AF) crashed 15 mi S of Paris, France after wing dug into ground while strafing airfield Mar 28, 1944.  
					MACR 3451.  Pilot killed.
				6795 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Leiston, England Feb 25, 1944
				6796 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Cricqueville airfield A-2 Basse-Normandie, France Jul 13, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6797 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 363rd TRG, 161st TRS) crashed near Kumtich, Belgium Jan 20, 1945.
				6798 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) lost Mar 5, 1944.  MACR 3046.  Plane
					experienced engine failure on return from B-17 escort mission
					to Limoges and Bordeaux and crash landed S of Le Havre.  Pilot
					evaded for 6 months and worked with the French resistance and the
					American OSS.   Pilot returned to England Sep 2, 1944 following
					the liberation of Paris.
				6799 357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF; code C5-S
				6800 (352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England Jan 1,1 945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft DBR.
				6801 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by unknown pilot and unit 20 mi SW of Ulzen,
					Germany May 8, 1944.  MACR 4533. Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6802 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Korback SW of Kassel, Germany due to engine failure 
					Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4130.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6803 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Caen, France after engine exploded in midair Mar 31, 1944.  
					MACR 3381.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6804 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause W of Lingen, Germany Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4432.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded, walking south for 180 miles to a little town of Vergt near Perigquex,
					France.  The Maquis made contact with him.
				6805 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crash landed at Grosz Hehlen Kreis Celle, Germany May 24, 1944.  
					MACR 5098. Pilot survived and became POW.
				6806 in midair collision and crashed at Warton, England Feb 22, 1944.  Must have been repaired, since in
					taxiing accident at RAF Shipdam, Norfolk, England Jan 11, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					washed out.
				6810 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Leipzig, Germany Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3047.
					Wing and tail broke off while in a dive.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6811 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Sisak, Yugoslavia Nov 20, 1944.  MACR 9966.
					Might have run out of fuel, pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				6812 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Rivenhall, Essex, England Feb 29, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6813 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Pappy's Answer") shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Gerhard Vogt of JG 26/5 Sep 19, 1944.  MACR 8797.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6814 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea 5 mi E of Naze Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  
					MACR 2852.  Pilot killed.
				6815 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Morphine Sue (L) Bo Mc (R)") crash landed at Steeple Morden, England Sep 10, 1944
				6817 (363rd FG, 380th FS) crash landed at Grafton Underwood, England Mar 29, 1944
				6818 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause W of coast of Holland in the North Sea 
					Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4060.  Pilot bailed out and was killed.
				6819 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF, *Boise Bee*) shot down by flak while strafing airfield in
					Germany Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3606.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6820 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) shot down by flak near Londimeirres Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 7726.  Pilot KIA
				6821 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed SW of Wilhelmsburg, Austria due to engine failure Aug 25, 1944.  
					MACR 7988.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				6822 (363rd FG, 381st FS) crash landed at Staplehurst, England Apr 28, 1944.
				6823 to RAF as Mustang III Sr425.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				6824 357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-F	"Parker 51"
				6825 355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF; code YF-A	"Hellen II, Snookie Too (R)"
				6826 (370th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in England Feb 23, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				6827 (354th FG, 356th FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing trucks SE of St Lo, France Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 5862.
					Pilot killed
				6828 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) right wing disintegrated and crshed at Cavisov village, Czecholsovakia 
					Oct 17, 1944.  Pilot bailed out.
				6829 to RAF as Mustang III SR431.  SOC Nov 19, 1946
				6830 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit between Falaise
					and Argentan, France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6876.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6831 to RAF as Mustang III SR416.  Missing from sweep mission Jun 15, 1944
				6832 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) struck ground Apr 18, 1944 while chasing Bf 109 at low level.  MACR 5012.  Pilot KIA.
				6833 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield and crashed near Wittmund,
					Germany Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4028.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6834 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "The Great McGinty") shot down by flak while strafing train near Vechta Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 7610.  Pilot KIA
				6835 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Merrie Ann") shot down by flak near St. Dizier Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 7443.  Pilot KIA
				6836 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) ditched in North Sea due to engine failure because of hit in the coolant system
					causing it to leak Apr 5, 1944.  Pilot was rescued but died the next day doe to the effects of exposure
					in cold water.
				6837 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in Germany Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3607.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.
				6838 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Mar 25, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged.
				6839 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA NW of Bordeaux, France Mar 21, 1944.  MACR 3372.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				6840 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England May 9, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6841 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF, WD-J) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Ofw Gerhard Schulwitz of JG 26/8 while 
					covering Operation Market Garden in the Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 8984.  Pilot KIA.
				6842 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Mona Lou") shot down between Aulm and Augsburg by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Beiendorfer of
					JG 106/3 Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3392.  Pilot POW
				6843 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over Dreaux-Vernoullet airfield, Vernoullet, France 
					Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3525.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6844 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Littlebury, England Mar 31, 1944
				6845 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Honington, England Jul 18, 1944
				6846 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 20 km NE of Beauvais, France Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 7716.  Pilot killed.
				6847 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by AA while strafing locomotive 9 mi SE of Szekesfehervar,
					Hungary Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 8950.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6848 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Raydon airfield Apr 25,1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6849 (335th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) pilot bailed out near Munster Mar 11,  944.  MACR 3054.  Pilot POW
				6850 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF, "The Joker") crashed at Bradwell Bay, England May 8, 1944.
				6851 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Boskovstejn village, Znojmo County,
					Czechosolvakia Aug 28, 1944 during dogfight with three Fw 190s.  MACR 8264.  Pilot killed.
					Victory claimed by a JG 300 pilot.
				6852 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause W of Lingen, Germany Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 5130.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.  He walked south to Perigueux, France
				6853 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 20 mi W of Magdeburg, Germany Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 2789.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW
				6854 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Lt Kurt Welter of JG 300/5 near
					Schongau, Bavaria, Germany Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7067.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute
					failed to open.
				6856 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed near Calais, France in English Channel due to engine failure Apr 30, 1944.  Pilot
					bailed out and landed in English Channel  P-51B 43-6801 from his squadron covered him until a British
					air sea rescue Walrus landed and rescued him.
				6857 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down at Matzerath near Erkelenz, Germany by JG 26/1 Fw 190A-8s May 20, 1944.  
					MACR 5275.  Pilot KIA
				6858 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF, "Star Eyes") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Ofw. Hermann Holtkotter of JG 5/5 Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6694.
					Pilot KIA.
				6859 (363rd FG, 382nd FS) crashed near Coutances, France
					Aug 4, 1944.  Also listed as crashed at Megara, Greece with 307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF due to engine failure
					Sep 15, 1944.  MACR 8760.  Pilot killed.
				6860 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA while strafing two seaplanes which turned out to be a flak
					trap at Lake Biscarrosse, France Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3439.  Able to fly a short time but crashed
					10 mi S of Tours, France.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6861 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Nov 11, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6862 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Castle Camps, England Mar 16, 1945.
				6863 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Ridgewell, England May 6, 1944.
				6864 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fhr Oswald Ilsemann of JG 3/2 Aug 5, 1944.  MACR 7439.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6865 converted to TP-51B dual-control 2-seater and used by 479th FG painted yellow overall.
				6866 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Gunther Will of JG 11/Stab SW of Uelzen,
					Germany Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 3608.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6867 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Pregnant Polecat") crashed 10 mi W of Bourges, France due to engine failure Apr 28, 1944.  MACR 4411  Pilot bailed
					out and evaded.
				6868 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing train W of St. Omer, France Jun 28, 1944.  MACR 8673.  
					Pilot KIA
				6869 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) hit by AAA while strafing airfield at St Jean D'Angely, France and crashed N
					of Angers, France Mar 21, 1944.  MACR 3373.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6870 (496th FTG, 554th FTS, 8th AF) crash landed at Goxhill, England Sep 6, 1944.  Damaged in taxi accident at 
					AAF Station 369 Feb 28, 1945.  (361st FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) in belly
					landing after engine failure 1/2 mi s of AAF Station 369 May 28, 1945.  Aircraft DBR.
				6871 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Boulogne-sur-Mer, France Mar 3, 1944. MACR 3048.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6872 (1st Air Commando Group, 10th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Kawlin, Burma May 19, 1944.  MACR 5474.
					Pilot bailed out but died later.
				6873 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down SW of Gottingen, Germany by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Gunther Wasg of JG 53/6 
					May 4, 1944 after shooting down two.  MACR 4549.  Pilot KIA
				6875 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Helen II (L&R) Snookie Too (R)") crash landed at Steeple Morden, England Sep 6, 1944.
				6876 (352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England Feb 27, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				6877 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at RAF Lashenden, Kent, England May 27, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft damaged but repaired and converted to 2-seater by 461st Service Squadron May 1944 
					and used by 354th FG on Jul 4, 1944 used to fly General Eisenhower over front lines, thereafter
					being named *The Stars Look Down*.
				6878 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crashed WSW of Hengyang, China after caught fire Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7267.  Pilot KIA.
				6879 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Mary Joyce") shot down by flak near Libourne/Bordeaux Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5564.  Pilot bailed out
					and evaded.
				6880 (HQ, 357th FG, 8th AF, "Tony Boy") shot down by AAA 20 mi N of Caen, France in English Channel Mar 5, 1944.  MACR 4101 and 2993.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6881 (311th FG, 529th FS) crash landed in China Nov 24, 1944
				6882 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing a train and belly-landed NW of Lake
					Zwischenaher at Bad Zwischenahn, Germany Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 8147.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				6885 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Texas Terror III") believe lost in midair collision with P-51B 43-24824 
					during dogfight near Neuweiler, Germany Aug 3, 1944.  MACR 7426.  Pilot KIA
				6886 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Kay") shot down by flak near Chateaudun Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5507.  Pilot evaded
				6887 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed 20 mi SE of Leeuwarden Friesland, Netherland after engine failure
					after engine was damaged by gunfire from a Do 217 he was attacking Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 3049.  Pilot bailed out
					and became POW.  Note: Per MACR and Unit Web Site. enemy aircraft was a Do-217 and not a BF 110-G2 nor the German pilot 
					Uffz. Rudolf Klupfelwest.
				6889 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Le Touquet, France due to mechanical failure Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 5722.
					Pilot could not get canopy to open to bail out, but survived and became POW.
				6891 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Boxted, England Sep 10, 1944.
				6892 (354th FG, 356th FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3570.  Fate of pilot unknown
				6894 (352nd FG, 328th FS, 8th AF) engine failed on takeoff and crashed at Bodney, England Sep 22, 1944.
				6895 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down by flak near St Nogent La Rotrol Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5565.  Pilot evaded.
				6896 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed after spun-in while coming out of clouds near Vitre, France Jun 19, 1944.  
					MACR 6261.  Pilot killed.
				6897 4th FG, 335th FS; code  WD-U.	"See Me Later".		4th FG, 335th FS; code  WD-P.	"Winnie the Pooh!"		
				6898 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF, "The Deacon") shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Hptm Herbert Huppertz of JG 2/3 Stab 3 km
					NW of Evreux, Normandy, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5603.  Pilot killed
				6899 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) hit by debris from an exploding Bf 110 3/6/1944.
					MACR 2839
				6901 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing trains near Zossen, Germany and crashed
					2 km SW of Kremmen, 15 km W of Oranienburg, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 5289.  Pilot killed.
				6902 (487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, "Babylon Panther") shot down by Bf 109G-10 near Soissons, France Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6248.  Pilot 
					bailed out and evaded.
				6903 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed 8 mi from Spanish border in France after ran out of fuel Mar 3, 1944.  
					MACR 3050.  Pilot got lost on the way home, bailed out and became POW.
				6904 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Harrington airfield Northamptonshire, England Dec 30, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6906 (352nd FG, 328th FS, 8th AF, "Pattie III") ditched in North Sea after ran out of fuel Jul 21, 1944. MACR 6842.   Pilot killed.
				6912 (487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Apr 12, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				6913 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) was *Shangri-La*, flown by Don Gentile, contained 30 kill markings.
					Salvaged Apr 13, 1944 after Gentile pranged it during a low-level buzz of the
					field for photographers after his last mission.  Struck ground and broke back at
					Debden when Gentile misjudged height.
				6914 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Lashenden, Kent, England Apr 23, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6915 (355th FG, 354th FS, "Little Brown Jug II") collided with debris from Me 410 Jul 7, 1944 near
					Merseburg.  MACR 6794.  Pilot KIA
				6916 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down by I/JG11 FW 190 flown by Oblt Georg Hiebl W of Acquigny, France 
					Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5508.  Pilot KIA
				6917 (368th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF, "Patricia") crash landed at unknown location in France Oct 3, 1944.  Pilot survived and was returned
					to his unit.
				6918 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) crashed 3 km N of Vlotho, Hear Herford, Germany due to engine failure 
					Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4420.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6919 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crashed into North Sea E of Naze Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  
					MACR 3074.  Pilot killed.
				6920 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Leiston airfield Suffolk, England May 23, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6921 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Rudolf Dreesmann of JG 302/4 20-30 mi
					S of Bratislava, Czechoslovakia Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6409.  Pilot killed.
				6922 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) collided with Fw 190 Apr 24, 1944 during combat and 
					lost 1/4 of left wing.  Pilot was able to climb for home 
					but AAA blew his left wing tank off.  Pilot bailed out and 
					became POW.  MACR 4310
				6924 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crashed into North Sea E of Naze Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  
					MACR 3073.  Pilot killed.
				6925 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) shot down by flak over Wittstock Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4068.  Pilot POW 
				6926 (52nd FG, 2nd FS) in midair collision over Italy with 43-7051
					and crashed Aug 31, 1944.
				6927 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) shot down by friendly fire from a B-17 while chasing a Bf 109G-6 through the
					bomber formation over Regensburg, Germany Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2679. Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6928 (343rd FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Apr 13, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and washed out
				6929 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6/AS flown by Uffz Horst Petzschler of JG 3/2 near Lauterbach,
					SE of Alsfeld, Germany May 12, 1944.  MACR 4696.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6930 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed at RAF Manston, Isle of Thanet, England due to engine failure
					May 4, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				6932 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Wilhelm Hofmann of JG 26/8 17 km
					W of Torgau, NW of Borne, Germany Mar 8, 1944.  MACR 2575.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6933 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 10 KM SSE of Magdeburg,
					Germany May 28, 1944.  MACR 5397.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6934 (Operational Training Unit, 55th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England
					Jan 7, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and washed out.
				6935 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Hurry Home Honey") shot down by AAA 12 mi NW of Meaux, France Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5962.
					Made wheels-up belly landing after engine failed in a field near village of Eve 14 km S of Senlis Osie,
					France.  Pilot survived and evaded.  Set fire to the aircraft and destroyed it to prevent its capture.
				6936 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed near German border due to engine failure Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3382.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6937 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Big Dogs/Ellen Jean") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown Ltn Raimund Koch of 8/JG3 
					near Landsberg, Germany Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3626.  Pilot KIA
				6938 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Papoose") damaged by Bf 109G-14/AS flown by Oblt Kurt Gabler of JG 300/8 near 
					Bierbach, Germany and pilot bailed out Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 6838.  Pilot POW
				6940 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) lost from unknown cause near Gotha, German Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2678.  Pilot bailed out
					and became POW.
				6941 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) lost Apr 9, 1944 to AAA while strafing airfield at Tutow near Osnabruck,
					Germany.  MACR 3749.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6942 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Naundorf near Reideburg, 5 km SE of Halle, Germany 
					Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10334.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6943 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Patricia") shot down by flak while strafing Marburg Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8658.  Pilot KIA
				6944 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down by flak near Sachau Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3900.  Pilot POW
				6945 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Talkin Tommy") hit tree while strafing Montmiral near Coulommiers Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6793. Pilot KIA
				6946 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) lost Apr 5, 1944.  Crashed into lake
					near Potsdam, Germany after hitting a high tension wire.  
					MACR 3609.  Pilot POW.
				6947 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Le Fleche, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5515.  Pilot KIA.
				6948 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Lorie II") shot down by friendly fire from B-17 gunners Apr 26, 1944.  MACR 4316.  Pilot POW
				6949 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Tessy-Sur-Viere, France Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6286.  Believe
					pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6950 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit NE of Marche,
					Belgium May 11, 1944.  MACR 4752.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6951 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed into North Sea E of Naze, Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  
					MACR 3071.  Pilot killed.
				6952 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, *Donna Mae*) crashed near Schermerhorn, 
					Netherlands Jun 21, 1944 due to coolant failure.  MACR 6113.  Pilot POW.
				6953 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crash landed at Tilly-sur-Seuilles, France Jul 11, 1944.  
					MACR 7044.  Pilot survived and was seen to crawl away from the aircraft.  Was close to Allied lines
					and believe evaded.
				6954 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 161st TRS, 363rd TRG, 9th AF) in takeoff 
					accident at Le Culot/East Airfield Y-10, Le Culot, Belgium
					Dec 5, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				6955 (496th FTG, 555th FTS, 8th AF) crash landed near Hemingby, England Jul 20, 1944
				6956 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) crashed 2 km E of Genkingen S of Stuttgart, Germany Mar 16, 1944 due to problem with
					drop tank.  MACR 3107.  Pilot killed
				6957 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF, "Turnip Termite" (Artwork- Al Capp character)) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Eickhoff of JG 2/1 Stab SE of Bernay
					near Dreux, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5604.  Pilot killed
				6958 352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF; code HO-N	"Sweetie Face"
				6959 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by German fighter 1.5 km W of Wolfsbehringen, Germany 
					Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8985.  Pilot killed.
				6960 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Scrappy") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Franz Neujahr of JG 3/8 Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3108.  
					Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6961 (359th BG, 370th BS, 8th AF) ran out of fuel and made forced landing at Nunen 3 km E of Eindhoven,
					Netherlands Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 7582.  Pilot became POW.
				6962 (359th BG, 368th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crash landed 3 mi NW of Wismar, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 5113.
					Aircraft strafed and set on fire to prevent its capture.  Pilot killed in captivity.
				6963 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Snetterton Heath,
					England Feb 1, 1945.
				6964 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA Aug 13, 1944 near St Martin 
					des Champs, France.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 8510
				6967 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Uffz Alfred Pfeffer of JG 11/Stab N of
					Ulzen, Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3610.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6968 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Miss Thunder") lost to flak or to mechanical causes near 
					Utrecht, Netherlands Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4069. Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6969 (31st ATG, 326th FRS) crashed at Gaunts Earthcott, England 
					Feb 9, 1944 after pilot lost control due to spatial 
					disorientation after aircraft entered smoke haze.  Pilot killed.
				6971 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in England while on training flight Sep 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				6972 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Bradwell Bay, England
					Aug 12, 1944.
				6974 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Mr Period") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Ofw Eberhard Kroker of JG 300/3 SW of Halle and 20 mi
					SW of Leipzig, Germany Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6260.
					Pilot KIA.
				6975 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed into North Sea 5 mi E of Naze Essex due to severe weather Mar 4, 1944.  
					MACR 2851.  Pilot killed.
				6976 78th FG, 83rd FS, 8th AF; code HL-V	"Sonofablitz".		war weary squadron hack
				6977 (361st FG, 374th BS, 8th AF) crashed at Forges-les-Eaux, France due to engine failure Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5520.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6978 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Ma Cherie Liz") crashed due to bad weather near Dover, England Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3452.  Pilot killed.
				6980 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Hell's Angels") crashed into Bf 110 strafing Deningen Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3627. Pilot KIA
				6982 (361st FG, 374th FS, 8th AF) crashed 15 mi SE of Evreux, France due to engine problems Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5600.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6983 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf109s near Buhlendorf May 28, 1944.  MACR 5202.  Pilot KIA
				6985 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 10 mi S of
					Limburg, Germany Mar 2, 1944.  MACR 2790.  Pilot killed.
				6986 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) collided with Bf 110G-2 that was just shot down E of Munich, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4329.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				6987 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Satan") crashed near Horsham, England Jan 13, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				6988 (352nd FG, 328th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Rouen, France Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5551.  Pilot killed.
				6989 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 near Dummer Lake, Germany Mar 8, 1944.  MACR 3056.  
					Pilot KIA
				6991 converted to 2-seater for use by 355th FG after wheels-up landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, 
					Cambridgeshire, England Mar 27, 1945 with 358th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, "Miss Pam".
				6993 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed near Douvres, France after caught fire Jun 12, 1944.  MACR 6302.
					Pilot killed.
				6995 (368th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in England Jul 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out.
				6996 (363rd FG, 382nd FS) crash landed at Staplehurst, England Jul 2, 1944.
				6997 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crash landed at RAF Debden, Essex, England after ran out of fuel Jun 18, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and salvaged the same day.
				6998 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed in English Channel from unknown cause 15 mi E of Manston, England Mar 3, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				6999 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) crashed near Middleton, England Aug 17, 1944 after port
					wing separated in flight.  Pilot killed.
				7000 (20th FG, 77th FS, 8th AF "Priority Nil") crashed at King's Cliffe, England Feb 3, 1945.
				7001 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 160th TRS, 363rd TRG, 9th AF) in landing 
					accident at Le Culot/East Airfield Y-10, Le Culot,
					Belgium Dec 5, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7002 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) made wheels-up belly landing near Thieblemont-Fairmont, France after prop
					struck the ground while strafing the airfield at Saint Dizier, France May 9, 1944.  MACR 4684.
					Pilot survived and became POW.
				7003 (76th FS, 23rd FG, 14th AF) in landing accident at Liuchow airfield, China Oct 6, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				7004 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed in Holland due to engine failure Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3051.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				7005 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Bathurst Farm, near Rush, England Mar 5, 1944.
				7006 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 7 km Se of Vollenhove, W of Meppel, Netherlands Apr 23, 1944.  
					MACR 4754.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7007 to RAF as Mustang III SR438.  Missing from sweep mission Jun 29, 1944.
				7009 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Fowlmere, England Apr 21, 1944.
				7011 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Wilhelm Hofmann of JG 26/8 13 km WNW of
					Turnhout, Belgium May 9, 1944. MACR 4534.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7013 (359th FG, 370th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Lendsberg, Germany Jul 21, 1944. MACR 6834.  Pilot killed.
				7014 to RAF as Mustang III SR412.  Wrecked when collided with 
					Mustang Sr422 (42-106637) on runday at airfield B.12
					(Ellon, France) Jul 25, 1944.
				7017 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed near Jever, Germany due to engine failure May 24, 1944.  MACR 5121.
					Pilot killed.
				7019 (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Obstlt Wolf-Dietrich Wilke of JG 3/Stab Mar 23, 1944 near
					Shoppenstedt, 15 mi E of Brunswick, Germany.  MACR 3399.  Pilot killed
				7020 (31st FG, 309th FS) damaged in takeoff accident at San Severo, Italy Apr 16, 1944
				7021 (10th AF) in taxiing accident at Laimanirhat airfield, India Aug 31, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7022 (317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Oct 6, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7023 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Big Stoop/Ridge Runner") lost to unknown cause at Hassenhausen, SE of Kassel,
					Germany.  MACR 8699.  Pilot KIA.  One source says in midair collision with JG52 Bf 109 near Kirchain,
					Germany Sep 11, 1944, but German records say that JG52 was on the Eastern front and have no record of this loss. It shoul
					be JG53 rather than JG52. Both pilots killed
				7024 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Sofia, Bulgaria Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5777.
					Pilot killed.
				7025 (31st FG, 308th FS) crashed at Serracapriola, Italy Nov 27, 1944.
				7027 355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF; code OS-Q	"Georgia Peach"
				7028 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crashed near Tsingyung, China Jul 21, 1944.
				7029 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Otto Florian of JG 3/4 near Brunswick,
					Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3611.  Pilot killed.
				7030 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) damaged by AAA while strafing airfield SES of Chartres, France
					and crashed 1 km W of St Martin-de-Bienfaite, 4 km NW of Orbec, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 6223.
					Pilot killed
				7031 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF, "Sweet Chariot") shot down by AAA 10 mi SW of Luckenwalde, Germany Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3753.  Pilot KIA.
				7032 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Onkerzele 20 km SW of Alest, Belgium after struck by lightning 
					May 31, 1944.  MACR 5669.  Pilot killed.
				7033 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA 20 mi W of Worms, Germany but flew another 30 minutes and
					crashed at Ghurlange, 24 km NE of Metz, France Oct 12, 1944.  MACR 9543.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7034 (31st FG, 309th FS) crash landed near Lucera, Italy May 20, 1944.
				7035 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 4128.  Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot 
					and unit south of Aschaffenburg, Germany, pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7036 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Rugged Rebel") crashed from unknown cause in North Sea Aug 26, 1944.  MACR 8401.  Pilot killed.
				7037 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed into Adratic Sea NW of Vis Island, Yugoslavia Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 11290.
					Pilot bailed out but died in the water.
				7039 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Red Eye") shot down near Rambouillet, SW of Chartres, France by Fw 190A-7 
					of JG 11/1 Stab Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5509.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7040 (434th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England Apr 10, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft DBR and washed out.
				7041 (31st FG, 307th FS) crash landed near San Severo, Italy Dec 13, 1944. 
				7042 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA SE of Dol de B, France and crash landed E of Pontorson, France
					Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5723.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				7043 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy May 25, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				7045 Lend-Lease to France
				7046 (354th FG, 353rd FS) hit by AAA SE of Dol de B, France and crash landed E of Pontorson, France 
					Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3635.  Pilot survived and became POW
				7047 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Remember Me?") crashed near Bradwell Bay, England Aug 8, 1944.
				7048 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by unknown pilot of JG 11 at Chweinitz, 20
					km SE of Burg, near Magdeburg, Germany May 30, 1944.  MACR 5544.  Pilot killed.
				7051 (52nd FG, 2nd FS) in midair collision over Italy with 43-6926 and crashed Aug 31, 1944
				7052 (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF) collided with P-51B 43-6628 in midair E of Leiston Suffolk, England 20 mi off
					English coast over North Sea Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3453.  Pilot killed.
				7053 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) crash landed at Steeple Morden, England
					Mar 27, 1944. 
				7054 339th FG, 8th AF
				7055 (118th FRS, 23rd FG) shot down by AAA S of Stonecutter's Island, Hong Kong Jan 16, 1945.  MACR 11634.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				7056 (363rd FG, 371st FS) crashed at Maupertuis, France Jul 25, 1944.
				7058 (51st FG, 26th FS, 14th AF, "Jeanne III") crashed from unknown cause near Muong Khuong, China Sep 5, 1944.  MACR 8377.
					Pilot killed.
				7059 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Castle Camps, England Jun 4, 1944
				7060 ("Tommy's Dad")
				7062 (31st FG, 309th FS, 15th AF) crashed near Kyjovice village, Czechoslovakia Oct 17, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 9446
				7065 (354th FG, 356th FS, 9th AF) exploded in midair from unknown cause near Ehingen, 20 km E of Wasserfudingen, 
					Germany while firing on Ju-88C-6 that was going down  Apr 25, 1944.  MACR 4427.  Pilot killed.
				7066 to RAF as FZ125.  Crashed in Belgium Sept 17, 1944, killing the pilot.  Also listed as going to 2nd FS, 52nd FG,
					15th AF and in landing addident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 10, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					was destroyed.
				7068 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed at Wels, Austra due to engine failure Mar 20, 1945.  
					MACR 13126.  Pilot bailed out and became POW   There is also MACR
					8377 for the same plane, dated Sep 5, 1944 for 51st FG.
				7069 transferred to RAF as Mustang III SR415.  SOC Jan 31, 1947.
				7070 361st FG, 375th FS, 8th AF; code E2-Y
				7071 to RAF as Mustang III SR427.  Caught fire in air Aug 9, 1944
					and burned out after landing at Bognor.
				7072 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed at Kradov, Czechoslovakia due to engine failure Oct 13, 1944.  MACR 9075.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7073 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by AAA 10 mi SW of Lukow, China Jul 5, 1944.  MACR 7175.   Pilot
					bailed out and evaded and returned.
				7074 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed at Vocin, Yugoslavia due to engine failure Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 5820.  
					Pilot bailed out was seen on the ground, fate uknnown.  
				7076 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) hit power lines near Landsberg Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3628.  Pilot KIA
				7077 (51st FG, 26th FS) crashed near Tangyun, China Jul 11, 1944
				7078 (51st FG, 26th FS) in midair collision with P-40N 42-104936 and crashed near
					Hengyang, China Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 16253.  Pilot killed.  
				7079 (51st FG, 26th FS) crashed 60 mi From Chihkiang,
					China Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10629
				7080 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Dec 20, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7081 (311th FG, 529th FS) crashed 50 mi N of Mandalay, Burma
					Jul 23, 1944.
				7085 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crash landed at Kiang, China Aug 30, 1944
				7086 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) lost from unknown cause near Tungting Lake, China Jun 12, 1944.  MACR 6084.
				7087 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crashed near Luliang, China Dec 18, 1944
				7089 (76th FS, 23rd FG) shot down by Ki-44 over Canton, China Oct 15, 1944.  MACR 9611.  Pilot KIA
				7091 (311st FG) lost Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13238
				7094 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF, "Gracie (L) Josephine / Hedi (R)" ) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 26 near Aachen,
					Germany Sep 23, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 9234
				7096 (352nd FG, 487th FS) shot down by AAA near Epaignes, Normandy Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5500.  Pilot bailed out
					and became POW.
				7097 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed at Potowchen, Chine due to engine failure Mar 7, 1945.  MACR 12909.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				7098 (Headquarters, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 believed flown by Fw Heinz Birkigt of JG 11/3 
					NW of Celle, Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3612.  Pilot killed.
				7100 (7th FS (prov) 3rd FG (prov)) shot down by Ki-43 10 mi N of Hankow, China Jan 14, 1945.  MACR 11631.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				7101 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Becky") rammed by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Probst of JG 3/2 over Brocken, Harz Mountian 
					range and crashed 1 km NW of Wernigerode, Germany Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 8130. Pilot KIA
				7102 (31st FG, 308th FS, 15th AF) crash landed 5 mi N of Danube River near Amstetten, Austria Mar 16, 1945.  
					MACR 13058.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				7103 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Hermann Ayerle of JG 26/12 NNE of Munich,
					Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4317.  Pilot KIA
				7104 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) damaged by flak over Yugoslavia and crashed in Adriatic Sea while
					returning Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10919.  Pilot killed
				7105 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Eduard Bugel of JG 11/4 20 mi E
					of Nienburg, Germany May 8, 1944.  MACR 4546. Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7108 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km NW of Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, France Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6633.
					Pilot killed.
				7109 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Canton, China Oct 17, 1944.  MACR 9721.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded and returned.
				7112 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident at Liuchow airfield, China Jun 29, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
43-7113/7202		North American P-51B-10-NA Mustang
				MSN 104-25141/25230.
				7114 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident when hit parked P-51B 43-7115 at Tanchuk airfield,
					Kwangsi, China Jul 12, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7115 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) hit while parked by taxiing P-51B 43-7114 at Tanchuk airfield, Kwangsi,
					China Jul 12, 1944.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				7116 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crashed from unknown cause between Luliang and Liuchow, China Oct 28, 1944.  MACR 10058.
					Pilot killed.
				7117 (HQ 311th FG) crash landed at Hisinching, China Sep 11, 1944
				7118 (529th FS, 311st FG, 14th AF) crashed from unknown cause 30 mi E of Ankang, China Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13490.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded and returned.
				7121 (51st FG, 16th FS) crash landed at Mohanbari, India May 29, 1944
				7122 (528th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Tingkawak Sakan airfield, Burma Aug 19, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7123 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident at Hsian airfield, Shaanxi, China Oct 23, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7124 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in landing accident at Kunming airfield, CHina Dec 18, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				7125 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident at Hanchung Airfield, Shaanxi, China Sep 29, 1944.
					Only ground crew involved and none wer injured.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7127 (528th FS, 311st FG, 14th AF) crashed from mechanical fialure 10 mi N of Tuanshichen, China Mar 24, 1945.  
					MACR 13432.  Pilot bailed out and evaded and returned.
				7128 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in landing accident at Pungchacheng airfield, Zhejiang, China Oct 29, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7131 (51st FG) lost May 30, 1944.  MACR 6083
				7132 (528th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Tingkawk Sakan airfield, Burma Aug 3, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7133 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crashed at Linhsien, China Jul 11, 1944
				7135 to RAF as Mustang III SR434.  Crashed at Inglewhite Apr 15, 1945 after wing broke off in dive
				7136 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3571.  Fate of pilot unknown.
				7137 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G flown by Uffz Richard Karcher of I/JG3 SW of Hamburg, Germany 
					Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7427.  Pilot KIA
				7138 (363rd FG, 365th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over Hombie, France Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6052.  Pilot bailed out and evaded
					capture for 7 weeks and was picked up by US troops.
				7139 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF, "Lili Marlene") crashed between Heligoland Island and wangerooge Island in North Sea due
					to engine failure Apr 4, 1944.  MACR 9250.  Pilot KIA.
				7140 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Arkansas Traveler") shot down probably by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Franz Stigler
					of JG27/11 E of Lake Wessling, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4318.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				7142 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Available Jones V") shot down by flak and crashed 3 m S oF Fallinghostel May 19, 1944.  
					MACR 4992.  Pilot POW
				7143 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "Miss Florida") crashed 10mi S of Nordhausen, Germany due to engine trouble Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7580..
					Pilot bailed out and became POW
				7144 to RAF as Mustang III SR428.  SOC Feb 20, 1947
				7145 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF, "Elly's Lucky Boy"  (not painted on)) force landed at Winfarthing, England Apr 24, 1944.
				7146 (352nd FG, 328th FS, 8th AF, "Buster") crashed near Arleux, 20 KM S of Douai, France after ran out of fuel Jul 19, 1944.  
					MACR 6841.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7147 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Big Dogs / Ellen Jean") lost due to structural failure during dogfight between Emmen and Emden Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3728.  Pilot KIA
				7148 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3569.  Fate of pilot unknown.
				7149 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Lois Carolyn") crashed on final approach due to flak damage Jun 8, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				7150 (4th FG,334th FS, 8th AF; code  QP-P) collided with another Mustang Jun 8, 1944.  The other
					plane sliced the tail off the plane at 2500 feet and the
					pilot went in with the aircraft.  MACR 5605
				7151 (31st FG, 308th FS) crashed at San Severo, Italy Sep 4, 1944.
				7152 to RAF as Mustang III SR433.  Missing from bomber escort mission to Witten Dec 12,1944
				7153 (352nd FG, 468th FS, 8th AF) lost Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 5552. 
					Pilot evaded but was captured with Maquis and was executed.
				7154 (332nd FG, 301st FS) crash landed at Ramitelli, Italy
					Jul 19, 1944
				7155 359th FG, 368th FS, 8th AF; code CV-C			To 354 FG 356 FS as AJ-H
				7156 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Slugger") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Otto Florian of JG3/4 SW of Gottingen near 
					Wolfrade, Germany Apr 19, 1944.  MACR 4319.  Pilot KIA
				7157 (435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause over England Dec 12, 1944.  MACR 11304.
					May have crashed in Southend-on-Sea or even off England in the North Sea.  Pilot killed.
				7158 (MSN 104-25748) Eighth Air Force, England. 334th Fighter Squadron [QP*F}, 4th Fighter Group, 
					Debden (Station 356), Essex. While attacking a group of Luftwaffe Bf 109 fighters with some P-38 Lightnings, 
					the aircraft was mistaken for a Bf 109 and damaged in combat by a P-38. With glycol emitting from the 
					engine, the pilot made for Sweden and force landed at Kalmar, Sweden 22May44. Pilot interned.  MACR 5288.
					To SAAB for evaluation. Centrala Verkstaden Malmslätt / Central Workshop, Malmslätt (CVM) for salvage for spare parts.
				7159 to RAF as Mustang III SR440.  Wrecked when struck dispersal pen
					at RAF North Weald Nov 2, 1944 after engine failed on takeoff.
				7160 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF, "Marjorie (L) Margie (R)") in midair collision with P-51B 42-103792 and crashed at
					Little Cressingham, England Jun 18, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived
				7161 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA 2 mi W of Sisak, Yugoslavia Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 11819.
					Crash landed in a field, pilot survived and evaded capture with help from the partisans.
				7162 crashed at Green Hill Quarry, Alveston, England Mar 1, 1944
				7163 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) exploded in midair from unknown cause near Wiesbaden, Germany Nov 8, 1944.  
					MACR 10186.  Pilot killed.
				7164 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Pussie Jane III") lost to flake near Liburne Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5750.  Pilot POW
				7165 (352nd FG, 328th FS, 8th AF, "Lady Lynn") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Wiebenscher of ZG 26/2 over Parchim, Germany
					Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6783.  Pilot KIA.
				7166 (352nd FG) crashed from unknown cause in Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3622.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7167 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF, "Gusilier III") shot down by Fw 190A-6 near Noyon, France Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6250.  Pilot bailed
					out and evaded.
				7169 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly fire by mistake at Cormolain, France Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6680.
					Pilot killed when his parachute failed to open.
				7170 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Ma Fran IV") crashed near Royston, England Jun 11, 1945
				7171 to RAF as Mustang III SR430.  Missing from sweep mission Jul 13, 1944
				7172 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF, *Thunder Bird*) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 while attacking truck
					convoy near Le Neibourg, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5606.  Pilot killed.
				7173 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) ran out of fuel and crashed at Moreton,
					England Jan 16, 1945.
				7174 (328th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, "Duchess") crashed somewhere in England Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 5553.  Pilot killed.
				7176 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF) collided with Bf 110G-2 that was just shot down E of Munich, Germany Apr 24, 1944.
					MACR 4330.  Pilot bailed out but was killed 
				7178 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF, "Brenda II") lost from unknown cause SWS of Brandenburg, Germany May 30, 1944.  MACR 5607.
					Pilot killed.
				7179 (359th FG, 370th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 3 km W of Hambuhren Railroad depot, SW of Celle, Germany 
					May 8, 1944.  MACR 4536.  Pilot killed.
				7181 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF, "Dragon Wagon") lost Apr 19, 1944 in Belgium.  MACR 4129.  Pilot killed.
				7182 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) damaged in midair collision at Steeple Morden, England Jul 16, 1944.  Also MACR 8801
					dated Sep 12, 1944, went down following Fw 190s through B-17 formation near Eberswalde, NE of Berlin, Germany, 
					pilot KIA 
				7183 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Celle, Germany Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4061.  Pilot 
					bailed out and became POW.
				7184 357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4-O
				7185 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF, "Joe & Bell") crash landed near Hethel, England
					Nov 4, 1944.
				7186 355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, ; code OS- 
				7187 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by small arms fire N of Combourg, France Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6253.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				7188 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Leiston airfield, Suffolk, England Jun 15, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				7190 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield at Romorantin, France Apr 10, 1944.  
					MACR 4127.  Pilot killed.
				7191 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Cherbourg, France Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6289.
					Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				7192 (352nd FG, 487th FS, 8th AF) crashed near Dibholz, Germany due to engine problems  Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 3901.  Pilot bailed out
					but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				7194 364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF; code 5E-Y
				7195 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA and crashed near Ruppersdorf, Germany  May 28, 1944.  MACR 5137.
					Made wheels-up belly landing.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				7196 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF, "Sweetie II") shot down by AAA over Vechta, Germany Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4066.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				7197 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Gael airfield A-31, Brittany, France Aug 15, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7198 (352nd FG, 486th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Lenting, 7 km N of Ingolstaft, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4312.  Pilot KIA
				7199 (359th FG, 369th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at LaFleche, France Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5592.  Pilot bailed out
					and became POW.
				7200 352nd FG, 328th FS, 8th AF; code PE-J	
				7201 (326th Service Group, 461st Service Squadron, 9th AF) crash landed during wheels-up belly landing
					at Lignerolles, France Aug 14, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7202 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen) ground looped at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 20, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
43-7203/7208		Noorduyn UC-64A-ND Norseman
				MSN 394/399. 
				7203 (MSN 394) Delivered to USAAF March 20, 1944; Oakland, California, March 27, 1944; shipped 
					to Noumea, New Caledonia April 11, 1944; 13th AF; excess inventory list February 10, 1946.
				7204 (MSN 395) Delivered to USAAF March 20, 1944; Oakland, California, March 31, 1944; shipped 
					to Noumea, New Caledonia May 15, 1944; 13th AF; excess inventory list February 10, 1946.
				7205 (MSN 396) Delivered to USAAF March 31, 1944; 3539th Base Unit, Langley, Virginia April 5, 1944; 
					HQ, 1st AF; damaged when ground looped during takeoff 10 miles NE Atlanta, Georgia 
					April 19, 1945; surveyed April 23, 1945; reclaimed.
				7206 (MSN 397) Delivered to USAAF March 31, 1944; Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 
					April 6, 1944; 2nd AF; Combat Crew Training School, 236th Base Unit, Pyote, Texas; 
					forced landing at Pyote May 27, 1944; Garden City, Kansas December 26, 1944, arriving there 
					January 8, 1945; To RFC; transferred to the US Navy as BuNo 57992; designated JA-1.
				7207 (MSN 398)  Delivered to USAAF March 20, 1944; Wellston Georgia March 27. 1944; 
					To RFC at Bush, Augusta, Georgia; transferred to the US Navy as BuNo 57993; designated JA-1. 
				7208 (MSN 399) Delivered to USAAF March 20, 1944; Kelly, San Antonio, Texas, March 25, 1944; 
					4008th Base Unit, Kelly, Texas; damaged when ground looped landing at Lake Charles, 
					Louisiana August 20, 1944; To RFC at Camden, South Carolina, October 16, 1945; 
					transferred to the US Navy as BuNo 57994; designated JA-1; 
43-7209/7279		Cancelled contract
43-7280			Stinson XC-81D Reliant
				Model SR.10F MSN 5910 operated as glider tug in tests only.  Also carried civil registration NX2311.
43-7281/7853		Cessna UC-78 Bobcat
				MSN 4801/5373
				7291 (MSN 4811) to civil registry in France as F-BFHK
				7294 (MSN 4814) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7297 (MSN 4817) Lend-Lease to French AF.  To civil registry in France as F-BHDK
				7298 (MSN 4818) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7300 (MSN 4820) to civil registry in France as F-BFHJ
				7302 (MSN 4822) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7303 (MSN 4823) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7304 (MSN 4824) Became I-CISA
				7305 (MSN 4825) became I-FUTA
				7314 (MSN 4834) at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, CA being restored to static display.  Current
					as N52390
				7340 (MSN 4860) to USAAF. On Dec 2, 1943 suffered minor damage while attached to the 489Serv/Sq at 
					Thermal AAF, CA when it taxied into the parked AT-17B (42-39132) at Thermal AAF.
				7344 (48 SRG/HQ Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Mayaguez AAF,
					PR Dec 6, 1944.
				7355 (MSN 4875) Registered 19Dec44 as NC46976 to Governement de la République d’Haiti, 
					Port-Au-Prince, Haiti; cancelled 3Mar45 on export to Haiti. Haiti Aviation Corps / Corps d’Aviation d’Haiti.
					 Used by Compagnie Haitienne de Transports Aériens (COHATA).
				7365 (MSN 4885) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7366 (MSN 4886) Lend-Lease to French AF.  To civil registry in France as F-BFHL
				7367 (973 ASS/547 ASG) damaged in landing accident at Grosseto,
					Italy Jun 16, 1945.
				7368/7377 (MSN 4888/4897) Lend-Lease to French AF
					7375 (MSN 4895) crashed at Natal Jul 3, 1943
					7377 (MSN 4897) to French military as 37377.  W/o Jun 1944.
				7378/7384 (MSN 4898/4904) to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 55772/55778
				7387 (MSN 4907) Became I-JLEP
				7388 (MSN 4908) crashed on take off in Italy Feb 24, 1945.
				7389 (MSN 4909) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7390 (MSN 4910) became I-ENOT
				7391 (MSN 4911, 49 BW/HQ Sqn) damaged in landing accident at
					Castellucio, Italy Apr 25, 1945
				7397 (MSN 4917) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7400 (MSN 4920, 60 SRS/37 SRG) damaged in taxiing accident af Foggia, Italy Jan 19, 1945.
				7405 (MSN 4925) Became I-CABU
				7407 (MSN 4927) damaged in takeoff accident at Monrovia-Robertsfield,
					Liberia Jan 17, 1945
				7415 	(MSN 4935) 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). Returning from 
					Aldermaston (Station 467) 20Sep44, the pilot mistook items at the end of the runway for the 
					threshold markers at the start of the runway. On landing, the aircraft overshot the runway and hit 
					a stone wall on the airfield perimeter sustaining major damage; the occupants were not injured.
				7417 (MSN 4937, 47 DRS/47 ADG) crash landed at Panagarh, India Dec 6, 1944
				7423/7427 (MSN 4943/4947) to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 55779/55783
				7428 (MSN 4948) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7439/7453 (MSN 4959/4973) Lend-Lease to French AF
					7442 (MSN 4962) to civil registry in France as F-BHDN
					7446 (MSN 4966) to civil registry in France as F-BHDO
				7470 (MSN 4990) Lend Lease to Haiti as 43-470.  Used by Compagnie Haitienne de Transports Aériens (COHATA).
				7474 (MSN 4994) Lend-Lease to Yugoslavia Feb44 for use by King Peter. Returned to USAAF in 
					Middle East 1944 when King Peter moved to London [and replaced by 43-31964].
					crash landed at Deversoir, Egypt Dec 18, 1944
				7476 damaged in landing accident at Abadan, Iran Dec 19, 1944
				7484 (MSN 5004) registered OK-XBB in 1946.  Cancelled 1959
				7494 (MSN 5014) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7495 (MSN 5015) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7502 (MSN 5022) became NC57838 postwar.  Now on display at Calgary Aerospace Museum
				7521 crashed into Bearwallow Mountain, NC Jan 17, 1944.
				7523 (MSN 5043) uncer restoration in Fawn Grove, Pennsylvania in 2014.
				7525 (82 ADS/1 TpG) force landed 2 mi N of Chantilly, France Nov 5, 1944
				7528 (MSN 5048) attached to 84th FW at USAAF station 408 (RAF Beaulieu, UK).  W/o when fatally crashed after a
					structural failure Jul 2, 1944 Romsey/N near Winchester Road, UK
				7560/7569 to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 64442/64451
				7587 (MSN 5107) Became I-HOPE
				7589 (MSN 5109) registration I-RAIQ ntu; registered HB-KII; registered D-IDUH 26Mar57; operated between May60 and 
					Jan64 by Photogrammetrie GmbH, Munchen on behalf of the BND (German Secret Service); WFU; registered 9Jul64; 
					cancelled 29Nov66 on export to USA; registration N1099 assigned but NTU; registered N1099 to Scott John 
					Joseph, Gerona, Spain, cancelled 19Mar75.
				7594 (598 BS/397 BG) force landed at Le Plessie-Brien, France Jan 14, 1945
				7606/7620 to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 64452/64466
				7653 (MSN 5173) in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				7661 (MSN 5181) crashed in bad weather near Vendresse, France Nov 7, 1944
				7662 (MSN 5182) To Germany for storage and disposal. Sold to Polish Ministry of Communications 1946. 
					Overhauled by PZL - State Aviation Works, No.1 plant, Mielec. Registered 16Oct47 as SP-LEJ. 
					Registered 11Nov47 to LOT (Polskie Linie Lotnicze). WFU 1949. Registration cancelled 15May50. Scrapped.
				7671/7680 to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 64467/64476
				7673 (MSN 5193) to civil registry as N46617.  Noted in restoration hangar at
					Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
				7682 (MSN 5202) Became I-SADE.
				7695/7724 (MSN 5215/5244) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 01/30
				7733 (MSN 5253) to Swiss civil registry as HB-UEF, to Belgium as OO-TIN.  Currently under restoration at Musee 
					Regional in Angerville, France.   Registered as OO-TIN and undergoing restoration 
					Espace Air Passion, Angers Loire Aéroport, Marce, France. 
				7734 (MSN 5254) 
				7765/7774 to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 64477/64486
				7767 (82 ADS) ground looped at St Trond, Belgium Oct 11, 1944
				7777 (MSN 5297) registered HB-KIB.  Registered D-IDAH Apr 12, 1956, cancelled Dec 11, 1964.  WFU and 
					derelict at Egelsbach.  Destroyed by Mar 31, 1968
				7780 (MSN 5300) Lend-Lease to French AF
				7783 (22 FS/36 FG) crashed near Ciney, Belgium Nov 21, 1944
				7786 (155 PRS/10 PRG) crash landed 6 mi S of Reims, France Oct 9, 1944.
				7788 (425 NFS/362 FG) crash landed at Sendweiler, Luxembourg Jan 24, 1945
				7793 to RCAF as 7793, next to Suriname as PZ-NAB, w/o Feb 5, 1951 in Aruba.
				7809 crashed at Gatun, Canal Zone Feb 10, 1945
				7825/7834 to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 64487/64496
				7841 (82 ADS) damaged in landing accident at Maastricht, Netherlands
					Nov 6, 1944
				7843 used in England as communications aircraft by 20th FG
				7847 (MSN 5367) 107th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Charleroi (A-87), Brussels, Belgium. Damaged in landing accident at Charleroi 
					January 20, 1945.  Repaired.  To Germany for storage and disposal. Sold to Polish Ministry of 
					Communications 1946. Overhauled by PZL - State Aviation Works, No.1 plant, Mielec. Registered 
					5May47 as SP-LEC. Registered 10Aug47 to LOT (Polskie Linie Lotnicze). WFU 1949. Registration 
					cancelled 18May50. Scrapped
				7849 (MSN 5369) Lend-Lease to French AF
				55 of batch 43-7428/7853 to US Navy as JRC-1 BuNo 64442/64496
43-7854/8180		Cessna UC-78B Bobcat
				MSN 5374/5700
				7925 crashed 7 mi E of Yuma AAF, Arizona Feb 23, 1944.  All 3 onboard killed.
				7947 (MSN 5367)
				7968 (3008th AAF BU) crashed Sep 17, 1943 10 mi S of Arlington, AZ after midair
					collision with UC-78B 42-71889 (which landed safely).  3 crewmembers successfully
					bailed out.
				7995 (MSN 5515) 1943: Built as AT-17B. TOS USAAF as UC-78B. 
					By 5/44: 3008th Base Unit, Minter Field, Bakersfield, CA. 
					By 8/57: Unknown owner with c/r N63426. 
					9/2/86: Edwin E. Forsberg, Rolling Hills Estates, CA. 
					1988: National Naval Aviation Museum.  Marked as JRC-1
					Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL painted at 63426
				8077 (MSN 5597) Lend-Lease to China as AT-17 trainer
				8082 to civil registry as HC-AAD
				8101 (MSN 5621) Lend-Lease to China as AT-17 trainer
				8168 (MSN 5688) Lend-Lease to China as AT-17 trainer
				8169 (MSN 5689) Lend-Lease to China as AT-17 trainer
				8172 (MSN 5692) Lend-Lease to China as AT-17 trainer
				8178 (MSN 5698) Lend-Lease to China as AT-17 trainer
43-8181/8230		Federal AT-20 
				Avro 652A Anson Mk. II built by Federal Aircraft, Canada and diverted from RCAF and used by the USAAF as bombing 
					trainers at Stockton Field from Sep42.
				RCAF 7174/7498 built under sub-contract by de Havilland Canada, Downsview, Ontario.  
				RCAF 7499/7622; 8203/8353; FP687/FP947 built under sub-contract by National Steel Car/Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ontario. 
				RCAF 7070/7173; 8354/8403; JS133/JS218 built under sub-contract by Canada Car & Foundry, Amherst, Nova Scotia.  
				43-8181 Delivered to RCAF 4Jul42 as 8340. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF. 11th Combat Mapping Squadron, 2nd Photographic Reconnaissance Group, III Air Support 
					Command, Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged in a collision with parked Lockheed F-5C Lightning 
					42-67553 while taxying at Will Rogers Field, 31Jan44
				43-8182 Delivered to RCAF 27Apr42 as 7382. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8183 Delivered to RCAF 27Apr42 as 7381. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF. 28th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, III 
					Air Support Command, Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK. Damaged when ground looped taxying at Will Rogers 
					Auxiliary Field, Jet, OK 1Dec43.
				43-8184 Delivered to RCAF 29Apr42 as 8245. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF. 541st Basic Flying Training Squadron, Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Substantially 
					damaged taxying at Hammer Auxiliary Field, Visalia, CA 16Sep43
				43-8185 Delivered to RCAF 13Jul42 as 8350. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8186 Delivered to RCAF 13Jul42 as 8348. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF
				43-8187 Delivered to RCAF 10Feb42 as 7114. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8188 Delivered to RCAF 20May42 as 8204. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. 
					SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 324th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Minter Field, Shafter, CA. 
					Crashed and destroyed after take-off 1/8 mile north of Minter Field 11Aug43
				43-8189 Delivered to RCAF 18Feb42 as 7115. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, Quebec. 
					No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8190 Delivered to RCAF 18Feb42 as 7116. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8191 Delivered to RCAF 18Feb42 as 7117. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. 
					SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 545th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Gardner Field, Taft, CA. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure at Gardner Field 30Jul43.
				43-8192 Delivered to RCAF 28Oct41 as 7074. No. 3 Training Command Ferried to No. 1 Training Command; 
					damaged en route at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario 19Oct41. de Havilland Canada for crash repairs 
					30Oct41. No. 1 Training Command 22Jun42 for storage. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8193 Delivered to RCAF 22Jun42 as 7461. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8194 Delivered to RCAF 22Jun42 as 7462. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 28th Ferrying Squadron, 
					6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Destroyed when force landed 
					after engine failure at Newhall, Santa Clarita, CA 6Nov43.
				43-8195 Delivered to RCAF 4Jul42 as 8333. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. 
					SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
					Substantially damaged landing at Stockton Field 1Nov42.
				43-8196 Delivered to RCAF 13Jul42 as 8343. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF. 14th Ferrying Squadron, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. 
					Damaged landing at Gainesville Field, TX 8Nov43.
				43-8197 Delivered to RCAF 13Jul42 as 8345. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. 
					SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 29th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 2nd Photographic 
					Reconnaissance Group, III Air Support Command, Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK. 
					Crash landed and destroyed during take-off from Will Rogers Field 13Jan44 (1KIS).
				43-8198 Delivered to RCAF 6Mar42 as 7130. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8199 Delivered to RCAF 22Jun42 as 7463. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
					Command, Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX. Substantially damaged during the delivery flight 
					from Canada when force landed after engine failure at Tahlequah, OK 14Sep42.
				43-8200 Delivered to RCAF 18Feb42 as 7121. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8201 Delivered to RCAF 6Mar42 as 7123. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8202 Delivered to RCAF 6Mar42 as 7129. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8203 Delivered to RCAF 6Mar42 as 7126. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 
					375th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Stockton Field 15Mar43.
				43-8204 Delivered to RCAF 9Feb42 as 7248. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8205 Delivered to RCAF 16Mar42 as 7569. No. 1 Training Command . No. 5 Service Flying Training School, 
					Brantford, Ontario. Damaged at Brantford 18May42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 541st Basic Flying 
					Training Squadron, Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Crash landed and destroyed after engine failure at 
					Palmdale Airport, CA 4Sep43.
				43-8206 Delivered to RCAF 28Mar42 as 7585. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. 
					SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8207 Delivered to RCAF 28Mar42 as 7590. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve.
					SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8208 delivered to RCAF 28Mar42 as 7593. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8209 Delivered to RCAF 13Jul42 as 8351. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8210 Delivered to RCAF 5Jun42 as 8387. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8211 Delivered to RCAF 8May42 as 8357. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8212 Delivered to RCAF 23May42 as 8378. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8213 Delivered to RCAF 19May42 as 7170. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8214 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as FP710. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8215 delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS159. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8216 delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS148. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8217 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS163. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8218 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS149. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8219 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS161. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8220 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS150. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 18th Photographic Reconnaissance 
					Squadron, 9th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, III Air Support Command, Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK. 
					Crashed when the pilot lost control and stalled during take-off from Will Rogers Field 4Dec43.
				43-8221 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS160. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 35th Photographic Reconnaissance 
					Squadron, III Reconnaissance Command, Gainesville Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped during take-off from 
					Gainesville Field 28Nov43.
				43-8222 Delivered to RAF for used by RCAF as JS164. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8223 Delivered to RCAF 18Feb42 as 7120. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, 
					Quebec. No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8224 Delivered to RCAF 19May42 as 7172. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8225 Delivered to RCAF 6Mar42 as 7122. No. 3 Training Command for storage in reserve at Mont-Joli, Quebec. 
					No. 9 Bombing & Gunnery School, Mont-Joli 24Apr42. To storage 1Aug42. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				8226	Delivered to RCAF. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF. 543rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, 
					Glendale, AZ. Damaged by mechanical failure at Luke Field 20Sep43.
				43-8227 Delivered to RCAF. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8228 Delivered to RCAF. SOC 16Sep42. Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8229 Delivered to RCAF 19Jun42 as 8398. No. 3 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
				43-8230 Delivered to RCAF 13Jul42 as 8341. No. 1 Training Command for long term storage in reserve. SOC 16Sep42. 
					Diverted to USAAF.
43-8231/8236		Northrop P-61B-25-NO Black Widow
				MSN 1277/1282
43-8237/8320		Northrop P-61B-20-NO Black Widow
				MSN 1283/1366
				8266, 8274, 8307, 8308 transferred to US Navy as F2T-1 for use by Marines
				8292 crashed at Van Nuys, CA May 19, 1945.
43-8321/8361		Northrop P-61C-1-NO Black Widow
				MSN 1367/1407
				8322 crashed near Suson's Ranch east of Palmdale, CA Oct 21, 1947.
				8327 assigned to Pinecastle Field, FL.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Feb 4, 1946 to 
					Feb 19, 1946.
				8330 (MSN 1376) donated to Smithsonian Institution in 1950, but Loaned to NACA Ames Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Feb 5, 1951 to Aug 10, 1954.  Registered as NACA 330
					Used for transonic model tests, back to the
					museum in 1954.  Was for many years stored at Paul Garber facility of Smithsonian 
					Institution.  Reported in 2006 to be under restoration for display at Smithsonian Institution's
					Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.  Unveiled at Udvar-Hazy Center Jun 8, 2006	
				Modification of 8338 as XP-61F canceled.
				8335 modified as XF-15A-NO unarmed photo recon.
				8345 Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Dec 1946
					Converted to P-61G and used by USAF for meteorological research in Florida in 1946
				8353 (MSN 1399) 1945: TOS USAAF.
					2/47 to 12/48: Clinton County AFB, Wilmington, OH, flying for Thunderstorm Project, researching thunderstorms.
					9/18/47: TOS USAF.
					1948: Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH for radar testing.
					1948: Redesignated F-61C.
					5/9/49: Ferried to Urbana, OH to present to the Boy Scouts of America; parked on the airport, painted 
						with advertising for the Boy Scouts.
					1953: Earl Reinert, Wheeling, IL. Acquired for parts, but not moved from Urbana.
					6/20/58: Donated by the Tecumseh Chapter of Boy Scouts in Springfield,OH, to the Air Force Museum.
					By 8/78: Restored and marked as P-61B 42-29358, “Moon Light Serenade” from the 550th Night Fighter 
						Squadron in the Pacific Theater, 1945.  Later the tail number was changed to 38353.
					At one time on display at WPAFB Museum, marked as P-61B 42-39468.
43-8362/8437		Northrop P-61C Black Widow
				MSN 1408/1483.  Contract canceled
43-8438/8562		Martin A-30A-10-MA
				MSN 7295/7419.  All to RAF as Baltimore V (FW281/FW405)
				8438 to RAF as Baltimore V FW281 to Turkish AF 1/1945.
				8439 to RAF as Baltimore V FW282.  missing with 454 Sqn over Aegean Dec 3, 1943.
				8440 to RAF as Baltimore V FW283.  SOC Mar 1, 1944
				8441 to RAF as Baltimore V FW284.  SOC Apr 30, 1944
				8442 to RAF as Baltimore V FW285.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8443 to RAF as Baltimore V FW286.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8444 to RAF as Baltimore V FW287.  SOC Mar 31, 1945
				8444 to RAF as Baltimore V FW288.  crashed before delivery
				8445 to RAF as Baltimore V FW289.  No record of fate
				8446 to RAF as Baltimore V FW290.  No record of fate.
				8448 to RAF as Baltimore V FW291.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8449 to RAF as Baltimore V FW292.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8450 to RAF as Baltimore V FW293.  Collided with Baltimore FA394 (ex 41-27976) and crashed
					near San Benedetto, Italy Mar 15, 1944
				8451 to RAF as Baltimore V FW294.  Crashed at Biferno, Italy Jul 4, 1944.
				8452 to RAF as Baltimore V FW295.  SOC May 29, 1947.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8453 to RAF as Baltimore V FW296.  SOC May 25, 1944
				8454 to RAF as Baltimore V FW297.  DBR when bounced on landing and undercarriage 
					collapsed, Berka III, Libya Nov 6, 1943.
				8455 to RAF as Baltimore V FW298.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8456 to RAF as Baltimore V FW299.  MIA from night interdiction mission over Rimini
					area, Italy Jul 3, 1944.
				8457 to RAF as Baltimore V FW300.  MIA from reconnaissance mission Mar 3, 1944
				8458 to RAF as Baltimore V FW301.  MIA from reconnaissance mission Nov 1, 1943.
				8459 to RAF as Baltimore V FW302.  SOC Jan 25, 1945
				8460 to RAF as Baltimore V FW303.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8461 to RAF as Baltimore V FW304.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8462 to RAF as Baltimore V FW305.  SOC May 9, 1946
				8463 to RAF as Baltimore V FW306.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8464 to RAF as Baltimore V FW307.  Bounced on landing, tipped up and exploded,
					Castel Benito, Libya Nov 29, 1943
				8465 to RAF as Baltimore V FW308.  Crashed during night takeoff, San Severo, 
					Italy May 18, 1944.
				8466 to RAF as Baltimore V FW309.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8467 to RAF as Baltimore V FW310.  MIA Jan 1943 (seems like an early date)
				8468 to RAF as Baltimore V FW311.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				8469 to RAF as Baltimore V FW312.  Swung during attempted overshoot, crashed and
					burned out, Savoia, Libya Oct 31, 1944
				8470 to RAF as Baltimore V FW313.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8471 to RAF as Baltimore V FW314.  SOC Apr 29, 1945
				8472 to RAF as Baltimore V FW315.  Lost Dec 13, 1943.  
				8473 to RAF as Baltimore V FW316.  Crashed May 30, 1944
				8474 to RAF as Baltimore V FW317.  MIA Jul 29, 1944.
				8475 to RAF as Baltimore V FW318.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8476 to RAF as Baltimore V FW319.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8477 to RAF as Baltimore V FW320.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 380 MU RAF Aug 7, 1945
				8478 to RAF as Baltimore V FW321.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8479 to RAF as Baltimore V FW322.  SOC Nov 19, 1945
				8480 to RAF as Baltimore V FW323.   Crashed on landing during ferry flight, Piarco, 
					Trinidad Aug 7, 1943.
				8481 to RAF as Baltimore V FW324.  No record of fate
				8482 to RAF as Baltimore V FW325.  SOC May 31, 1945
				8483 to RAF as Baltimore V FW326.  Transferred to Royal Navy Apr 11, 1946.
					No record of subsequent fate
				8484 to RAF as Baltimore V FW327.  Wrecked when tire burst on takeoff and 
					undercarriage raised to stop, Bari, Italy Mar 17, 1945.
				8485 to RAF as Baltimore V FW328.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				8486 to RAF as Baltimore V FW329.  MIA with 454 Sqdn RAAF from mission to shadow convoy south
					of Melos Feb 22, 1944.
				8487 to RAF as Baltimore V FW330.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8488 to RAF as Baltimore V FW331.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				8489 to RAF as Baltimore V FW332.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and undercarriage
					collapsed, Rosignano, Italy Apr 27, 1945.
				8490 to RAF as Baltimore V FW333.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8491 to RAF as Baltimore V FW334.  SOC Aug 1, 1944.
				8492 to RAF as Baltimore V FW335.  SOC May 31, 1944
				8493 to RAF as Baltimore V FW336.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8494 to RAF as Baltimore V FW337.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				8495 to RAF as Baltimore V FW338.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				8496 to RAF as Baltimore V FW339.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8497 to RAF as Baltimore V FW340.  DBR when struck by USAAF Beaufighter while parked,
					Pisa, Italy Oct 19, 1944.
				8498 to RAF as Baltimore V FW341.  SOC Sep 20, 1945
				8499 to RAF as Baltimore V FW342.  MIA Aug 21, 1944.  No further details.
				8500 to RAF as Baltimore V FW343.  MIA in night interdiction mission to Terni, Italy
					Jun 8, 1944
				8501 to RAF as Baltimore V FW344.  MIA in night interdiction mission to Bologna area,
					Italy Jun 28, 1944.
				8502 to RAF as Baltimore V FW345.  DBR in belly landing at Kasfareet, Egypt after
					undercarriage jammed up Apr 19, 1945.
				8503 to RAF as Baltimore V FW346.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				8504 to RAF as Baltimore V FW347.  SOC Apr 22, 1945
				8505 to RAF as Baltimore V FW348.  SOC May 30, 1946
				8506 to RAF as Baltimore V FW349.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				8507 to RAF as Baltimore V FW350.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8508 to RAF as Baltimore V FW351.  MIA on intruder mission to Bologna area, Italy
					Oct 4, 1944
				8509 to RAF as Baltimore V FW352.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 1945.  No record of
					subsequent fate
				8510 to RAF as Baltimore V FW353.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				8511 to RAF as Baltimore V FW354.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8512 to RAF as Baltimore V FW355.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8513 to RAF as Baltimore V FW356.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8514 to RAF as Baltimore V FW357.  Crashed after colliding with Baltimore FA588 (ex 41-27876)
					near Amriya, Egypt Feb 15, 1944
				8515 to RAF as Baltimore V FW358.  Missing Sep 13, 1944.
				8516 to RAF as Baltimore V FW359.  Missing from intruder mission to Ravenna, Italy Sep 28, 1944
				8517 to RAF as Baltimore V FW360.  SOC Apr 30, 1944.
				8518 to RAF as Baltimore V FW361.  SOCX Aug 29, 1946
				8519 to RAF as Baltimore V FW362.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				8520 to RAF as Baltimore V FW363.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				8521 to RAF as Baltimore V FW364.  MIA on night intruder mission to Arezzo, Italy Jul 16, 1944
				8522 to RAF as Baltimore V FW365.  To Royal Navy Jul 1946.  No record of subsequent fate
				8523 to RAF as Baltimore V FW366.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8524 to RAF as Baltimore V FW367.  SOD Jun 27, 1946
				8525 to RAF as Baltimore V FW368.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8526 to RAF as Baltimore V FW369.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				8527 to RAF as Baltimore V FW370.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8528 to RAF as Baltimore V FW371.  SOC Jul 1944
				8529 to RAF as Baltimore V FW372.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8530 to RAF as Baltimore V FW373.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8531 to RAF as Baltimore V FW374.  SOC May 31, 1945
				8532 to RAF as Baltimore V FW375.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8533 to RAF as Baltimore V FW376.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8534 to RAF as Baltimore V FW377.  DBR when swung on takeoff and hit Baltimore FA114
					(ex 41-27696) at Belem, Brazil Sep 17, 1943
				8535 to RAF as Baltimore V FW378.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				8536 to RAF as Baltimore V FW379.  SOC Jul 12, 1945
				8537 to RAF as Baltimore V FW380.  SOC Jun 29, 1944
				8538 to RAF as Baltimore V FW381.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8539 to RAF as Baltimore V FW382.  No record of fate.
				8540 to RAF as Baltimore V FW383.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8541 to RAF as Baltimore V FW384.  To Royal Navy Feb 1945.  No record of
					subsequent fate.
				8542 to RAF as Baltimore V FW385.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8543 to RAF as Baltimore V FW386.  SOC Dec 28, 1944
				8544 to RAF as Baltimore V FW387.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8545 to RAF as Baltimore V FW388.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8546 to RAF as Baltimore V FW389.  Wrecked when engine cut on overshoot and struck
					Wellington LN436, Setif, Algeria Jan 20,1944
				8547 to RAF as Baltimore V FW390.  Missing from night intruder mission to
					Bologna, Italy Aug 26, 1944.
				8548 to RAF as Baltimore V FW391.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				8549 to RAF as Baltimore V FW392.  Transferred to French AF Mar 28, 1946
				8550 to RAF as Baltimore V FW393.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				8551 to RAF as Baltimore V FW394.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8552 to RAF as Baltimore V FW395.  Destroyed by fire when swung on takeoff and hit
					trees, Oakes Field, Bahamas Sep 13, 1943
				8553 to RAF as Baltimore V FW396.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				8554 to RAF as Baltimore V FW397.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8555 to RAF as Baltimore V FW398.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				8556 to RAF as Baltimore V FW399.  Missing off Crete Jun 2, 1944
				8557 to RAF as Baltimore V FW400.  SOC Apr 30, 1944.
				8558 to RAF as Baltimore V FW401.  Missing with No 13 Sqdn Apr 20, 1945.  Found crashed on Skaira.
				8559 to RAF as Baltimore V FW402.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8560 to RAF as Baltimore V FW403.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				8561 to RAF as Baltimore V FW404.  Missing during recon mission of Leros, Greece
					Apr 2, 1944
				8562 to RAF as Baltimore V FW405.  Crash landed near Shallufa on approach due to
					engine failure in circuit Jul 24, 1945.
43-8563/8662		Martin A-30A-15-MA
				MSN 7420/7519.  All to RAF as Baltimore V (FW406/FW505)
				8563 to RAF as Baltimore V FW406.  To Turkish AF late 1944.
				8564 to RAF as Baltimore V FW407.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8565 to RAF as Baltimore V FW408.  Destroyed when caught fire during maintenance,
					Cairo West, Egypt Mar 21, 1946.
				8566 to RAF as Baltimore V FW409.  Crashed before delivery to RAF, to 27th FRS, 2nd FRG and damaged in landing
					accident at Andros Island, British West Indies Sep 20, 1943.
				8567 to RAF as Baltimore V FW410.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8568 to RAF as Baltimore V FW411.  Wrecked when stalled on landing and undercarriage
					collapsed, Cecina, Italy Sep 27, 1944
				8569 to RAF as Baltimore V FW412.  Missing Apr 25, 1945.
				8570 to RAF as Baltimore V FW413.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				8571 to RAF as Baltimore V FW414.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8572 to RAF as Baltimore V FW415.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8573 to RAF as Baltimore V FW416.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8574 to RAF as Baltimore V FW417.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8575 to RAF as Baltimore V FW418.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8576 to RAF as Baltimore V FW419.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8577 to RAF as Baltimore V FW420.  Crashed and destroyed by fire after control lost
					during practice low level attack, Shallufa, Egypt Apr 25, 1945
				8578 to RAF as Baltimore V FW421.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8579 to RAF as Baltimore V FW422.  Transferred to French AF Mar 28, 1946
				8580 to RAF as Baltimore V FW423.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8581 to RAF as Baltimore V FW424.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8582 to RAF as Baltimore V FW425.  Lost Dec 19, 1944, Italian AF, 132 Gruppo. On return flight from a bombardment mission, 
					crashed into the Adriatic Sea with the loss of the whole crew
				8583 to RAF as Baltimore V FW426.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8584 to RAF as Baltimore V FW427.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8585 to RAF as Baltimore V FW428.  SOC Jul 1944
				8586 to RAF as Baltimore V FW429.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8587 to RAF as Baltimore V FW430.  SOC Jun 21, 1945
				8588 to RAF as Baltimore V FW431.  Wrecked when swung on landing and overturned,
					Castel Benito, Libya Nov 26, 1943
				8589 to RAF as Baltimore V FW432.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8590 to RAF as Baltimore V FW433.  Lost Apr 12, 1945, no further details
				8591 to RAF as Baltimore V FW434.  DBR Jun 22, 1944
				8592 to RAF as Baltimore V FW435.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8593 to RAF as Baltimore V FW436.  Crashed on landing at Bilbeis, Egypt Aug 10, 1944
				8594 to RAF as Baltimore V FW437.  SOC May 25, 1944
				8595 to RAF as Baltimore V FW438.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8596 to RAF as Baltimore V FW439.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946.
				8597 to RAF as Baltimore V FW440.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8598 to RAF as Baltimore V FW441.  Missing from night intruder mission to
					Bologna, Italy Jun 27, 1944.
				8599 to RAF as Baltimore V FW442.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8600 to RAF as Baltimore V FW443.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				8601 to RAF as Baltimore V FW444.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8602 to RAF as Baltimore V FW445.  Crashed on takeoff from El Geneina Nov 12, 1943
				8603 to RAF as Baltimore V FW446.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8604 to RAF as Baltimore V FW447.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				8605 to RAF as Baltimore V FW448.  SOC May 4, 1944
				8606 to RAF as Baltimore V FW449.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8607 to RAF as Baltimore V FW450.  SOC May 31, 1945
				8608 to RAF as Baltimore V FW451.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8609 to RAF as Baltimore V FW452.  Lost Jul 30, 1944
				8610 to RAF as Baltimore V FW453.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8611 to RAF as Baltimore V FW454.  DBR Mar 31, 1944
				8612 to RAF as Baltimore V FW455.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8613 to RAF as Baltimore V FW456.  Transferred to Royal Navy.  No record of fate
				8614 to RAF as Baltimore V FW457.  No record of fate
				8615 to RAF as Baltimore V FW458.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				8616 to RAF as Baltimore V FW459.  Missing from night interdiction mission over
					Po Valley, Italy Sep 1, 1944
				8617 to RAF as Baltimore V FW460.  SOC Sep 27, 1944
				8618 to RAF as Baltimore V FW461.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8619 to RAF as Baltimore V FW462.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8620 to RAF as Baltimore V FW463.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8621 to RAF as Baltimore V FW464.  DBR when swung on takeoff, Biferno, Italy Oct 4, 1944
				8622 to RAF as Baltimore V FW465.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8623 to RAF as Baltimore V FW466.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				8624 to RAF as Baltimore V FW467.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8625 to RAF as Baltimore V FW468.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8626 to RAF as Baltimore V FW469.  SOC May 31, 1945
				8627 to RAF as Baltimore V FW470.  Transferred to French AF Jun 30, 1945
				8628 to RAF as Baltimore V FW471.  Transferred to Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944.
				8629 to RAF as Baltimore V FW472.  Destroyed by fire when swung on takeoff at Piarco Oct 24, 1943
				8630 to RAF as Baltimore V FW473.  SOC Apr 30, 1944
				8631 to RAF as Baltimore V FW474.  To Italian AF with 132 Grupo.  Lost Mar 12, 1945 crashed on takeoff 
					for a mission on Yugoslav targets, all crew lost
				8632 to RAF as Baltimore V FW475.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8633 to RAF as Baltimore V FW476.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				8634 to RAF as Baltimore V FW477.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 380MU RAF Aug 7, 1945
				8635 to RAF as Baltimore V FW478.  SOC Feb 22, 1945.
				8636 to RAF as Baltimore V FW479.  SOC Jun 29, 1944
				8637 to RAF as Baltimore V FW480.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8638 to RAF as Baltimore V FW481.  Wrecked when overshot landing at Aix-les-Milles Oct 14, 1944
				8639 to RAF as Baltimore V FW482.  Missing May 6, 1944
				8640 to RAF as Baltimore V FW483.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8641 to RAF as Baltimore V FW484.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8642 to RAF as Baltimore V FW485.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8643 to RAF as Baltimore V FW486.  SOC Mar 4, 1946
				8644 to RAF as Baltimore V FW487.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8645 to RAF as Baltimore V FW488.  SOC Sep 19, 1945
				8646 to RAF as Baltimore V FW489.  SOC Jan 25, 1945
				8647 to RAF as Baltimore V FW490.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8648 to RAF as Baltimore V FW491.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8649 to RAF as Baltimore V FW492.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8650 to RAF as Baltimore V FW493.  Crashed during attempted forced landing near
					Tripoli Apr 22, 1944
				8651 to RAF as Baltimore V FW494.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8652 to RAF as Baltimore V FW495.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8653 to RAF as Baltimore V FW496.  To Greek AF Jun 27, 1946
				8654 to RAF as Baltimore V FW497.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed on landing
					at Cecina, Italy Sep 11, 1944
				8655 to RAF as Baltimore V FW498.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8656 to RAF as Baltimore V FW499.  Set on fire and DBR at Cesenatico, Italy
					Apr 24, 1945 when bomb under Spitfire MH532 exploded
				8657 to RAF as Baltimore V FW500.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8658 to RAF as Baltimore V FW501.  SOC Aug 2, 1945
				8659 to RAF as Baltimore V FW502.  Wrecked when belly landed at Bilbeis, Egypt
					after engine cut during overshoot Mar 9, 1945.
				8660 to RAF as Baltimore V FW503.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8661 to RAF as Baltimore V FW504.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8662 to RAF as Baltimore V FW505.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
43-8663/8762		Martin A-30A-20-MA
				MSN 7520/7619.   All to RAF as Baltimore V (FW506/FW605)
				8663 to RAF as Baltimore V FW506.  DBR Oct 8, 1944
				8664 to RAF as Baltimore V FW507.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				8665 to RAF as Baltimore V FW508.  Transferred to Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944.   I have FW508, damaged by flak 
					on April, 25th, 1945 on Banova Jaruga, 80 km SE of Zagabria (Croatia), crash-landed at home base, 
					completely destroyed, crew sa
				8666 to RAF as Baltimore V FW509.  Wrecked when belly landed at Kasfareet, Egypt after
					losing wheel on takeoff Jan 19, 1945
				8667 to RAF as Baltimore V FW510.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8668 to RAF as Baltimore V FW511.  Crashed on landing at Piarco, Trinidad during
					ferry flight Nov 11, 1943
				8669 to RAF as Baltimore V FW512.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8670 to RAF as Baltimore V FW513.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8671 to RAF as Baltimore V FW514.  To French AF Feb 28, 1946
				8672 to RAF as Baltimore V FW515.  Wrecked when belly landed at Kasfareet, Egypt after
					losing wheel on takeoff Jan 29, 1944.
				8673 to RAF as Baltimore V FW516.  SOC Jun 21, 1945
				8674 to RAF as Baltimore V FW517.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				8675 to RAF as Baltimore V FW518.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8676 to RAF as Baltimore V FW519.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				8677 to RAF as Baltimore V FW520.  DBR by gale, Bilbeis, Egypt May 14, 1945
				8678 to RAF as Baltimore V FW521.  DBR Sep 14, 1944.
				8679 to RAF as Baltimore V FW522.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8680 to RAF as Baltimore V FW523.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8681 to RAF as Baltimore V FW524.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8682 to RAF as Baltimore V FW525.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				8683 to RAF as Baltimore V FW526.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8684 to RAF as Baltimore V FW527.  RAF records say transferred to RN Aug 11, 1945. 
					Admiralty records state that aircraft was with 728 Sqn, Fleet Air Arm at Ta Kali, 
					Malta by July 1945.  Ultimate fate unknown
				8685 to RAF as Baltimore V FW528.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8686 to RAF as Baltimore V FW529.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				8687 to RAF as Baltimore V FW530.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8688 to RAF as Baltimore V FW531.  Wrecked when belly landed at Ramat David, Palestine
					after engine failed Jan 1, 1946
				8689 to RAF as Baltimore V FW532.  Missing Aug 24, 1944.
				8690 to RAF as Baltimore V FW533.  DBR when swung on takeoff from Belem during ferry
					flight Dec 3, 1943.
				8691 to RAF as Baltimore V FW534
				8692 to RAF as Baltimore V FW535
				8693 to RAF as Baltimore V FW536.  SOC Jul 1944
				8694 to RAF as Baltimore V FW537.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8695 to RAF as Baltimore V FW538.  DBR when swung on takeoff Biferno, Italy Jan 25, 1945
				8696 to RAF as Baltimore V FW539.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8697 to RAF as Baltimore V FW540.  SOC May 31, 1945
				8698 to RAF as Baltimore V FW541.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8699 to RAF as Baltimore V FW542.  SOC Jul 1944
				8700 to RAF as Baltimore V FW543.  DBR when swung on landing and tipped up, Bilbeis, Egypt Nov 11, 1944
				8701 to RAF as Baltimore V FW544.  Lost Jul 7, 1944
				8702 to RAF as Baltimore V FW545.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8703 to RAF as Baltimore V FW546.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8704 to RAF as Baltimore V FW547.  Missing from night intruder mission to Urbino, Italy Jul 2, 1944
				8705 to RAF as Baltimore V FW548.  SOC Aug 4, 1944
				8706 to RAF as Baltimore V FW549.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8707 to RAF as Baltimore V FW550.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8708 to RAF as Baltimore V FW551.  SOC Nov 30, 1946
				8709 to RAF as Baltimore V FW552.  
				8710 to RAF as Baltimore V FW553.  Missing from night reconnaissance mission to Forli, Italy
					Aug 3, 1944
				8711 to RAF as Baltimore V FW554.  Wrecked when hit by Baltimore FW880 (ex 43-9037) at
					Eastleigh, Kenya Jan 21, 1946
				8712 to RAF as Baltimore V FW555.  SOC May 31, 1945
				8713 to RAF as Baltimore V FW556.  Transferred to French AF Jun 30, 1945
				8714 to RAF as Baltimore V FW557.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8715 to RAF as Baltimore V FW558.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8716 to RAF as Baltimore V FW559.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8717 to RAF as Baltimore V FW560.  DBR when swung on landing and tipped up, Zandery, 
					Dutch Guiana Dec 9, 1943
				8718 to RAF as Baltimore V FW561.  Destroyed by fire when spun into ground 1 mi
					S of Bilbeis, Egypt Nov 3, 1944
				8719 to RAF as Baltimore V FW562.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8720 to RAF as Baltimore V FW563.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8721 to RAF as Baltimore V FW564.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8722 to RAF as Baltimore V FW565.  Transferred to French AF Feb 28, 1946
				8723 to RAF as Baltimore V FW566.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8724 to RAF as Baltimore V FW567.  SOC May 30, 1946
				8725 to RAF as Baltimore V FW568.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8726 to RAF as Baltimore V FW569.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8727 to RAF as Baltimore V FW570.  Transferred to French AF Feb 28, 1946
				8728 to RAF as Baltimore V FW571.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8729 to RAF as Baltimore V FW572.  Transferred to French AF Feb 28, 1946
				8730 to RAF as Baltimore V FW573.
				8731 to RAF as Baltimore V FW574.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				8732 to RAF as Baltimore V FW575.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8733 to RAF as Baltimore V FW576.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				8734 to RAF as Baltimore V FW577.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8735 to RAF as Baltimore V FW578.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8736 to RAF as Baltimore V FW579.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8737 to RAF as Baltimore V FW580.  DBR Oct 6, 1944
				8738 to RAF as Baltimore V FW581.  Wrecked when stalled on landing and undercarriage
					collapsed Shandur, Egypt Nov 8, 1944.
				8739 to RAF as Baltimore V FW582.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8740 to RAF as Baltimore V FW583.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8741 to RAF as Baltimore V FW584.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8742 to RAF as Baltimore V FW585.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8743 to RAF as Baltimore V FW586.  SOC Nov 8, 1944
				8744 to RAF as Baltimore V FW587.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8745 to RAF as Baltimore V FW588.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				8746 to RAF as Baltimore V FW589.  Struck sea and crashed into
					Gulf of Suez, Egypt Mar 17, 1945 during air-to-sea firing exercise.
				8747 to RAF as Baltimore V FW590.  Missing Sep 28, 1944.
				8748 to RAF as Baltimore V FW591.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8749 to RAF as Baltimore V FW592. To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8750 to RAF as Baltimore V FW593.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8751 to RAF as Baltimore V FW594.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				8752 to RAF as Baltimore V FW595.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				8753 to RAF as Baltimore V FW596.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				8754 to RAF as Baltimore V FW597.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed, Cesenatico, Italy Jun 27, 1946
				8755 to RAF as Baltimore V FW598.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8756 to RAF as Baltimore V FW599.  To Turkish AF
				8757 to RAF as Baltimore V FW600.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				8758 to RAF as Baltimore V FW601.  Wrecked when belly landed in error
					Gianaclis, Egypt Oct 3, 1944
				8759 to RAF as Baltimore V FW602.  Crash landed on Adriatic coast after 
					being hit by flak Aug 23, 1944
				8760 to RAF as Baltimore V FW603.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8761 to RAF as Baltimore V FW604.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8762 to RAF as Baltimore V FW605.  SOC Mar 14, 1946			
43-8763/8862		Martin A-30A-25-MA
				MSN 7620/7719.  All to RAF as Baltimore V (FW606/FW705)
				8763 to RAF as Baltimore V FW606.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8764 to RAF as Baltimore V FW607.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8765 to RAF as Baltimore V FW608.  Lost Apr 25, 1945
				8766 to RAF as Baltimore V FW609.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 500 Sqdn RAF Aug 4, 1945.
				8767 to RAF as Baltimore V FW610.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8768 to RAF as Baltimore V FW611.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				8769 to RAF as Baltimore V FW612.  DBR when tailwheel hit hole whilst
					taxying, Setif, Algeria Jul 23, 1945
				8770 to RAF as Baltimore V FW613.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8771 to RAF as Baltimore V FW614.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				8772 to RAF as Baltimore V FW615.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8773 to RAF as Baltimore V FW616.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8774 to RAF as Baltimore V FW617.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8775 to RAF as Baltimore V FW618.  DBR Feb 1944.  No further details
				8776 to RAF as Baltimore V FW619.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8777 to RAF as Baltimore V FW620.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8778 to RAF as Baltimore V FW621.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8779 to RAF as Baltimore V FW622.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8780 to RAF as Baltimore V FW623.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8781 to RAF as Baltimore V FW624.  To French AF Jun 20, 1945
				8782 to RAF as Baltimore V FW625.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8783 to RAF as Baltimore V FW626.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8784 to RAF as Baltimore V FW627.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.    Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8785 to RAF as Baltimore V FW628.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8786 to RAF as Baltimore V FW629.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8787 to RAF as Baltimore V FW630.  Wrecked when belly landed at 52 SP
					after undercarriage jammed Oct 15, 1944
				8788 to RAF as Baltimore V FW631.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8789 to RAF as Baltimore V FW632.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8790 to RAF as Baltimore V FW633.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8791 to RAF as Baltimore V FW634.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8792 to RAF as Baltimore V FW635.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8793 to RAF as Baltimore V FW636.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8794 to RAF as Baltimore V FW637.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8795 to RAF as Baltimore V FW638.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8796 to RAF as Baltimore V FW639.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8797 to RAF as Baltimore V FW640.  Crashed after being abandoned
					during ferry flight after engine cut, Marajo Island,
					Brazil Feb 1, 1944
				8798 to RAF as Baltimore V FW641.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8799 to RAF as Baltimore V FW642.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8800 to RAF as Baltimore V FW643.  Wrecked when bounced on landing
					and hit sand dune, Cesenatico, Italy Jan 4, 1945
				8801 to RAF as Baltimore V FW644.  SOC Apr 21, 1946
				8802 to RAF as Baltimore V FW645.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8803 to RAF as Baltimore V FW646.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8804 to RAF as Baltimore V FW647.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				8805 to RAF as Baltimore V FW648.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8806 to RAF as Baltimore V FW649.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8807 to RAF as Baltimore V FW650.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8808 to RAF as Baltimore V FW651.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8809 to RAF as Baltimore V FW652.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8810 to RAF as Baltimore V FW653.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8811 to RAF as Baltimore V FW654.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8812 to RAF as Baltimore V FW655.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8813 to RAF as Baltimore V FW656.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8814 to RAF as Baltimore V FW657.  To Turkish AF Nov 30,1944
				8815 to RAF as Baltimore V FW658.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8816 to RAF as Baltimore V FW659.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8817 to RAF as Baltimore V FW660.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8818 to RAF as Baltimore V FW661.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8819 to RAF as Baltimore V FW662.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8820 to RAF as Baltimore V FW663.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8821 to RAF as Baltimore V FW664.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				8822 to RAF as Baltimore V FW665.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8823 to RAF as Baltimore V FW666.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8824 to RAF as Baltimore V FW667.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8825 to RAF as Baltimore V FW668.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8826 to RAF as Baltimore V FW669.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8827 to RAF as Baltimore V FW670.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8828 to RAF as Baltimore V FW671.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8829 to RAF as Baltimore V FW672.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8830 to RAF as Baltimore V FW673.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8831 to RAF as Baltimore V FW674.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8832 to RAF as Baltimore V FW675.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1946
				8833 to RAF as Baltimore V FW676.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8834 to RAF as Baltimore V FW677.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8835 to RAF as Baltimore V FW678.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8836 to RAF as Baltimore V FW679.  To Turkish AF Nov 30, 1944
				8837 to RAF as Baltimore V FW680.  Destroyed by fire after bouncing
					on landing and stalling, Val de Caes, Brazil Feb 18, 1944
				8838 to RAF as Baltimore V FW681.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1944
				8839 to RAF as Baltimore V FW682.  Flew into ground during night
					takeoff, Gianaclis, Egypt Oct 5, 1944
				8840 to RAF as Baltimore V FW683.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8841 to RAF as Baltimore V FW684.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8842 to RAF as Baltimore V FW685.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8843 to RAF as Baltimore V FW686.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8844 to RAF as Baltimore V FW687.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8845 to RAF as Baltimore V FW688.  DBR when belly landed in error at
					night, Shandur, Egypt Oct 28, 1944
				8846 to RAF as Baltimore V FW689.  Missing from mission to Faenza,
					Italy Nov 22, 1944
				8847 to RAF as Baltimore V FW690.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8848 to RAF as Baltimore V FW691.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8849 to RAF as Baltimore V FW692.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8850 to RAF as Baltimore V FW693.  Missing between Zandery and Sao Luis,
					Brazil Feb 22, 1944
				8851 to RAF as Baltimore V FW694.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8852 to RAF as Baltimore V FW695.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8853 to RAF as Baltimore V FW696.  To Turkish AF Oct 27, 1944
				8854 to RAF as Baltimore V FW697.  To Turkish AF Jan 13, 1945
				8855 to RAF as Baltimore V FW698.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8856 to RAF as Baltimore V FW699.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8857 to RAF as Baltimore V FW700.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8858 to RAF as Baltimore V FW701.  Hit by flak and spun into ground,
					Limestre (454 Sqdn)
				8859 to RAF as Baltimore V FW702.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8860 to RAF as Baltimore V FW703.  To French AF Feb 28, 1946
				8861 to RAF as Baltimore V FW704.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8862 to RAF as Baltimore V FW705.  To French AF Jun 30, 1945						
43-8863/9037		Martin A-30A-30-MA
				MSN 7720/7894.  All to RAF as Baltimore V (FW706/FW880)
				8863 to RAF as Baltimore V FW706.  To South African AF.  SOC 4/11/1946.
				8864 to RAF as Baltimore V FW707.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				8865 to RAF as Baltimore V FW708.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				8866 to RAF as Baltimore V FW709.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				8867 to RAF as Baltimore V FW710.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed
					on landing, Castel Benito, Libya Aug 30, 1946
				8868 to RAF as Baltimore V FW711.  damaged by premature explosion of
					own bombs over target Apr 14, 1945.  SOC upon return.
				8869 to RAF as Baltimore V FW712.  Transferred to Italian AF 1945
				8870 to RAF as Baltimore V FW713.  To Italian AF 1945
				8871 to RAF as Baltimore V FW714.  SOC Apr 27, 1946
				8872 to RAF as Baltimore V FW715.  Spun into ground 25 mi SE of
					Damanhur, Egypt Jan 19, 1945
				8873 to RAF as Baltimore V FW716.  Missing from recon mission to Po
					crossings, Italy Apr 13, 1945
				8874 to RAF as Baltimore V FW717.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8875 to RAF as Baltimore V FW718.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				8876 to RAF as Baltimore V FW719.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8877 to RAF as Baltimore V FW720.  SOC Aug 1, 1944
				8878 to RAF as Baltimore V FW721.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 500 Sqdn RAF Aug 4, 1945
				8879 to RAF as Baltimore V FW722.  Damaged when parachute flare hung
					up on bomb carrier Oct 31, 1944.  Not repaired and subsequently
					scrapped.
				8880 to RAF as Baltimore V FW723.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				8881 to RAF as Baltimore V FW724.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8882 to RAF as Baltimore V FW725.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8883 to RAF as Baltimore V FW726.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8884 to RAF as Baltimore V FW727.  SOC Sep 19, 1945
				8885 to RAF as Baltimore V FW728.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8886 to RAF as Baltimore V FW729.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8887 to RAF as Baltimore V FW730.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8888 to RAF as Baltimore V FW731.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8889 to RAF as Baltimore V FW732.  DBR when Spitfire MH532 blew up,
					Cesenatico, Italy Apr 26, 1945. 
				8890 to RAF as Baltimore V FW733.  Crashed before delivery to RAF.  With 12 FRS, 2nd FRG ditched in Atlantic
					Mar 2, 1944
				8891 to RAF as Baltimore V FW734.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 380 MU RAF Aug 7, 1945
				8892 to RAF as Baltimore V FW735.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8893 to RAF as Baltimore V FW736.  Wrecked after undercarriage
					prematurely retracted on takeoff and then collapsed on
					landing, Ikaga, Nigeria Mar 29, 1944
				8894 to RAF as Baltimore V FW737.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8895 to RAF as Baltimore V FW738.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8896 to RAF as Baltimore V FW739.  Apparently NTU, to 63rd FRS, 2nd FRG and w/o in landing accident at
					Windsor Field, Nassau, Bahamas Mar 9, 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8897 to RAF as Baltimore V FW740.  Missing from night interdiction
					mission over Po crossing, Italy Apr 12, 1945
				8898 to RAF as Baltimore V FW741.  Lost Dec 2, 1944, no further details.
				8899 to RAF as Baltimore V FW742.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8900 to RAF as Baltimore V FW743.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8901 to RAF as Baltimore V FW744.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8902 to RAF as Baltimore V FW745.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed, Shandur, Egypt Nov 30, 1944
				8903 to RAF as Baltimore V FW746.  Transferred to Royal Navy Aug 12, 1946
					(RAF records, RN records say was with Naval Communications Flight
					Malta by Jun 1946) Was with 728 Sqdn RN at Hal Far, Malta by Aug 12, 1946,
					but no record of subsequent fate.
				8904 to RAF as Baltimore V FW747.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8905 to RAF as Baltimore V FW748.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8906 to RAF as Baltimore V FW749.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8907 to RAF as Baltimore V FW750.  Dove into ground at night, El Shatt ranges
					Apr 19, 1945
				8908 to RAF as Baltimore V FW751.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8909 to RAF as Baltimore V FW752.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8910 to RAF as Baltimore V FW753.  Wrecked when swung on landing and undercarriage
					collapsed, Shandur, Egypt Mar 1, 1945
				8911 to RAF as Baltimore V FW754.  Dove into ground near Kasfareet, Egypt after
					both engines failed Mar 16, 1945
				8912 to RAF as Baltimore V FW755.  Destroyed by fire after stalling and spinning into
					ground, Gianaclis, Egypt Jan 3, 1945.
				8913 to RAF as Baltimore V FW756.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8914 to RAF as Baltimore V FW757.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8915 to RAF as Baltimore V FW758.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8916 to RAF as Baltimore V FW759.  SOC Nov 21, 1944
				8917 to RAF as Baltimore V FW760.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8918 to RAF as Baltimore V FW761.  SOC Jan 31, 1946
				8919 to RAF as Baltimore V FW762.  SOC Apr 16, 1946
				8920 to RAF as Baltimore V FW763.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8921 to RAF as Baltimore V FW764.  DBR after swinging on takeoff, Shandur, Egypt
					Jan 14, 1945
				8922 to RAF as Baltimore V FW765.  DBR after crash landing following premature
					detonation of own bombs, Cesenatico, Italy Apr 16, 1945.
				8923 to RAF as Baltimore V FW766.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8924 to RAF as Baltimore V FW767.  SOC Dec 27, 1945
				8925 to RAF as Baltimore V FW768.  Crashed into sea on overshoot, Cesenatico, Italy
					Mar 7, 1945
				8926 to RAF as Baltimore V FW769.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8927 to RAF as Baltimore V FW770.  Flew into ground in cloud 20 mi N of Malakal,
					Sudan while escorting a flight of Hurricanes Aug 12, 1944
				8928 to RAF as Baltimore V FW771.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8929 to RAF as Baltimore V FW772.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8930 to RAF as Baltimore V FW773.  DBR Dec 2, 1944, no further details
				8931 to RAF as Baltimore V FW774.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8932 to RAF as Baltimore V FW775.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				8933 to RAF as Baltimore V FW776.  Crashed after control lost while flare-dropping
					over EL Shatt ranges Oct 12, 1944
				8934 to RAF as Baltimore V FW777.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8935 to RAF as Baltimore V FW778.  DBR in gale, Bilbeis, Egypt May 14, 1945
				8936 to RAF as Baltimore V FW779.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8937 to RAF as Baltimore V FW780.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				8938 to RAF as Baltimore V FW781.  SOC May 29, 1947
				8939 to RAF as Baltimore V FW782.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8940 to RAF as Baltimore V FW783.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8941 to RAF as Baltimore V FW784.  Wrecked when stalled on landing and
					cartwheeled, Shandur, Egypt Dec 22, 1944
				8942 to RAF as Baltimore V FW785.  Crashed on landing, Gianaclis,
					Egypt Nov 13, 1944
				8943 to RAF as Baltimore V FW786.  Wrecked when bounced on landing and
					undercarriage collapsed, Cesenatico, Italy Apr 1, 1945
				8944 to RAF as Baltimore V FW787.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8945 to RAF as Baltimore V FW788.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8946 to RAF as Baltimore V FW789.  Missing Apr 13, 1945.
				8947 to RAF as Baltimore V FW790.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8948 to RAF as Baltimore V FW791.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 380 MU RAF Aug 7, 1945
				8949 to RAF as Baltimore V FW792.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 380MU RAF Aug 7, 1945
				8950 to RAF as Baltimore V FW793.  Wrecked when overshot landing and
					overturned, Cesenatico Apr 13, 1945
				8951 to RAF as Baltimore V FW794.  Missing from mission to Argenta, Italy
					Jan 26, 1945
				8952 to RAF as Baltimore V FW795.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and
					struck parked Walrus L2324 and parked Warwick BV635, Cesenatico, Italy 
					Feb 19, 1945
				8953 to RAF as Baltimore V FW796  Crashed into sea 12 mi NE of 
					Mersa Matruy, Egypt Dec 28, 1944
				8954 to RAF as Baltimore V FW797.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8955 to RAF as Baltimore V FW798.  Wrecked when overshot landing and
					overturned, Forli, Italy Mar 6, 1945
				8956 to RAF as Baltimore V FW799.  Missing Apr 16, 1945
				8957 to RAF as Baltimore V FW800.  Wrecked when struck Liberator
					KL380 (ex 44-44492) on takeoff, Hassani, Greece Sep 11, 1945
				8958 to RAF as Baltimore V FW801.  SOC Apr 14, 1946
				8959 to RAF as Baltimore V FW802.  SOC Apr 14, 1946
				8960 to RAF as Baltimore V FW803.  SOC Apr 14, 1946
				8961 to RAF as Baltimore V FW804.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				8962 to RAF as Baltimore V FW805.  SOCX Mar 14, 1946
				8963 to RAF as Baltimore V FW806.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 500 Sqdn RAF Aug 7, 1945
				8964 to RAF as Baltimore V FW807.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8965 to RAF as Baltimore V FW808.  DBR when tipped up on landing,
					Hassani, Greece Dec 25, 1944
				8966 to RAF as Baltimore V FW809.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8967 to RAF as Baltimore V FW810.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8968 to RAF as Baltimore V FW811.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				8969 to RAF as Baltimore V FW812.  Dived into ground after night takeoff,
					Gianaclis, Egypt Nov 11, 1944
				8970 to RAF as Baltimore V FW813.  DBR when tipped up on landing,
					Shandur, Egypt Jan 22, 1945
				8971 to RAF as Baltimore V FW814.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8972 to RAF as Baltimore V FW815.  Crashed on landing, Shandur, Egypt
					Nov 30, 1945
				8973 to RAF as Baltimore V FW816.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8974 to RAF as Baltimore V FW817.  DBR when undercarriage retracted whilst
					aircraft was on ground, Shallfua, Egypt Mar 29, 1945
				8975 to RAF as Baltimore V FW818.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				8976 to RAF as Baltimore V FW819.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8977 to RAF as Baltimore V FW820.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				8978 to RAF as Baltimore V FW821.  Transferred to Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				8979 to RAF as Baltimore V FW822.  Crashed into Lake Comaccio, Italy Feb 22, 1945
				8980 to RAF as Baltimore V FW823.  SOC Mar 14, 1945
				8981 to RAF as Baltimore V FW824.  Ditched at night 3 miles off
					Bellaria, Italy Mar 3, 1945
				8982 to RAF as Baltimore V FW825.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8983 to RAF as Baltimore V FW826.  DBR Jan 18, 1945
				8984 to RAF as Baltimore V FW827.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8985 to RAF as Baltimore V FW828.  Crashed into sea 4 mi N of Chacachacare,
					Trinidad during ferry flight May 20, 1944.
				8986 to RAF as Baltimore V FW829.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8987 to RAF as Baltimore V FW830.  Ditched off Bellaria, Italy Jan 30, 1945
				8988 to RAF as Baltimore V FW831.  Destroyed by fire when cartwheeled after wing
					hit ground following engine failure on approach, Cesenatico, Italy Apr 18, 1945
				8989 to RAF as Baltimore V FW832.  Missing Mar 10, 1945
				8990 to RAF as Baltimore V FW833.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8991 to RAF as Baltimore V FW834.  Missing from night intruder mission to
					Po crossings, Italy Apr 19, 1945
				8992 to RAF as Baltimore V FW835.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8993 to RAF as Baltimore V FW836.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				8994 to RAF as Baltimore V FW837.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				8995 to RAF as Baltimore V FW838.  Wrecked when bounced on landing and
					cartwheeled, Cesenatico, Italy Jan 4, 1945
				8996 to RAF as Baltimore V FW839.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8997 to RAF as Baltimore V FW840.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				8998 to RAF as Baltimore V FW841.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				8999 to RAF as Baltimore V FW842.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				9000 to RAF as Baltimore V FW843.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				9001 to RAF as Baltimore V FW844.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9002 to RAF as Baltimore V FW845.  Crashed into nearby lake after night
					takeoff from Cesenatico, Italy Feb 10, 1945
				9003 to RAF as Baltimore V FW846.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				9004 to RAF as Baltimore V FW847.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9005 to RAF as Baltimore V FW848.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				9006 to RAF as Baltimore V FW849.  SOC Apr 25, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  To 500 Sqdn RAF Aug 4, 1945
				9007 to RAF as Baltimore V FW850.  To Italian AF Jun 27, 1946
				9008 to RAF as Baltimore V FW851.  to Italian AF. 132 Gruppo, shot down by German flak on Feb 21, 1945 
					during a bombardment on targets on Yugoslav Adriatic shore. All crew lost. SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9009 to RAF as Baltimore V FW852.  DBR when belly landed following flak
					damage, Canne, Italy Oct 17, 1944.
				9010 to RAF as Baltimore V FW853.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945. To 380MU Aug 7, 1945
				9011 to RAF as Baltimore V FW854.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				9012 to RAF as Baltimore V FW855.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9013 to RAF as Baltimore V FW856.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				9014 to RAF as Baltimore V FW857.  SOC Oct 27, 1944
				9015 to RAF as Baltimore V FW858.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9016 to RAF as Baltimore V FW859.  SOC Mar 27, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.  
				9017 to RAF as Baltimore V FW860.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed, Shandur, Egypt Oct 19, 1944
				9018 to RAF as Baltimore V FW861.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				9019 to RAF as Baltimore V FW862.  Flew into hill at night, Lucera, Italy Jan 10, 1945
				9020 to RAF as Baltimore V FW863.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.  Served with RAAF 454 Sqdn
					under RAF control Jul 1944 to Aug 1945.
				9021 to RAF as Baltimore V FW864.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9022 to RAF as Baltimore V FW865.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				9023 to RAF as Baltimore V FW866.  Relegated to ground instructional 
					airframe Nov 1944.
				9024 to RAF as Baltimore V FW867.  Wrecked when belly landed after undercarriage
					jammed, Biferno, Italy Dec 15, 1944.
				9025 to RAF as Baltimore V FW868.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9026 to RAF as Baltimore V FW869.  To French AF Feb 28, 1946
				9027 to RAF as Baltimore V FW870.  Missing Mar 31, 1945
				9028 to RAF as Baltimore V FW871.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9029 to RAF as Baltimore V FW872.  Swung after takeoff and dove into ground,
					Bilbeis, Egypt Apr 28, 1945.
				9030 to RAF as Baltimore V FW873.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9031 to RAF as Baltimore V FW874.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9032 to RAF as Baltimore V FW875.  Wrecked when swung on landing and tipped up,
					Shandur, Egypt Oct 18, 1944
				9033 to RAF as Baltimore V FW876.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9034 to RAF as Baltimore V FW877.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				9035 to RAF as Baltimore V FW878.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9036 to RAF as Baltimore V FW879.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				9037 to RAF as Baltimore V FW880.  Wrecked when collided with Baltimore
					FW554 (ex 43-8711) while taxying, Eastleigh, Kenya Jan 21, 1946.
43-9038/9229		Douglas A-20G-25-DO Havoc
				9039 (3rd AG, 13th BS) crashed on landing at Bundi Airfield Apr 16, 1944 after running out of
					fuel on the infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida
				9040 (417th BG) lost Mar 23, 1945, SW Pacific.
				9043/9091 Lend-Lease to USSR
					9079 (MSN 13905)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 39079. Code white 70
				9093/9097 Lend-Lease to USSR
				9098 (387th BS) MIA Apr 16, 1944 on infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida
				9099/9194 Lend-Lease to USSR
				9105 (388th BS, 312th BG) scrapped at Nadzab in 1947
				9133 (312th BG, 389th BS) became uncontrollable due to prop wash and
					crashed near Valif Island, New Guinea Mar 22, 1944.  MACR
					15665.  MACR wrongly lists this as 42-9133
				9135/9174 Lend-Lease to USSR
					9150 (MSN 14426)  Lend-Lease to USSR as 39150. Armament removed, converted for 
						photographic surveys. Aeroflot, Ukraine Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as 
						CCCP-L1131. Operated by OVS No. 4. Struck off charge 19Aug55 because of poor technical 
						condition after an incident
					9156 crashed Kvalsund Finnmark, Norway Sep 23, 1944.
				9180 (417th BG) lost Sep 10, 1944, SW Pacific.
				9203 (671st BS, 416th BS) w/o in landing accident at Wethersfield, England May 21, 1944
				9208 (84th BS, 47th BG) crashed at la Jasse, France Sep 16, 1944
				9213 (671st BS, 416th BG0 crashed at Sugarlane Farm, England Feb 14, 1944.
				9214 (669th BS, 416th BG) crashed 5 mi E of Clacton-on-Sea, England Mar 4, 1944.
				9223 (668th BS, 416th BG) crashed 1 1/2 mi NW of Wethersfield, England May 9, 1944.
				9224 668 Bomb Squadron, 416th Bomb Group[5H-E]; "MISS LAIDZZZZZZ"; 
					flew first mission for the Group, the first A-20 in Europe to complete 100 missions without a failure or abort; to Le Bourget, Paris, France 4Nov44,
					 renamed "LA FRANCE LIBRE" in a ceremony in honour of the aircraft’s achievement during the fight to liberate France .
43-9230			Douglas A-20J-1-DO Havoc
43-9231/9437		Douglas A-20G-25-DO Havoc
				9231/9301 Lend-Lease to USSR
				9302 (312th BG) lost Aug 12, 1944, New Guinea
				9303/9330 Lend-Lease to USSR
				9371 (641st BS, 409th BG) crash landed at Little Walden, England May 11, 1944
				9387 (670th BS, 416h BG) crashed 3 mi W of Stone, England Aug 25, 1944.
				9391 (312th BG, 387th BS) destroyed at Nadzab Jul 4, 1944 when other aircraft exploded in
					bomb handling mishap
				9392 (312th BG) lost Aug 11 1944, New Guinea.
				9395 (3rd BG, 8th BS) hit by AAA and ditched into Bentoni Bay near Babo, Dutch East Indies
					Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6583.  Crew seen entering life raft, but both MIA
				9401 (672nd BS, 417th BG) force-landed at Yamai Apr 16, 1944 infamous Black Sunday 
					mission to Hollanida.  Wreck was recovered in 1985 for 
					use by RAAF Museum in restoration of A-20G 42-86786.  Remains of this aircraft noted in 
					storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two 
					A-20 restorations are complete
				9406 (3rd BG, 8th BS) hit by AAA and crashed into Kasira River near Babo, Dutch East Indies
					Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6300.  Both crew KIA.
				9407 ("Green Hornet")
				9413 (312th BG) lost Jan 5, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13597.
				9416 (417th BG) lost Sep 11, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 9129.
				9430 salvaged Jul 12, 1945
				9431 MIA Dec 22, 1944
				9432 (387th BS, 312th BG) lost in action Jul 22, 1944, Kokas, New Guinea.
				9433 shot down by AAA Apr 11, 1944
				9434 salvaged Apr 11, 1944
				9435 salvaged Jan 4, 1945.
				9436 ('Big Nig', 89th BS) force-landed in Bumbura Swamp, New Guinea May 3, 1944 and 
					abandoned.  Salvaged Aug 16, 1944.  Recovered 1994 for use by RAAF Museum in 
					restoration of A-20s A28-8 and 42-86786.  Remains of this aircraft noted in 
					storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, for disposal by RAAF Museum 
					now that their two A-20 restorations are complete. Original intention for aircraft to 
					go to RAF Museum, Hendon, England fell through; went to Pima Air & Space Museum, AZ 
					in September 2018 
				9437 salvaged Jul 7, 1944
43-9438/9457		Douglas A-20J-5-DO Havoc
				9438 (6th FRG, 28th FRS) crashed during ferry flight 15 mi S of
					Colonia Morelos, Mexico Dec 8, 1943.  1 killed.
				9439 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9440 salvaged Apr 8, 1946
				9441 salvaged Jul 11, 1944
				9442 salvaged Dec 19, 1944
				9443 sunk Apr 18, 1944
				9444 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9445 MIA Nov 29, 1944
				9446 (409th BG) MIA May 27, 1944.  MACR 5087
				9447 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9448 MIA Aug 18, 1945
				9449 (10th BG) MIA Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 5687
				9450 salvaged Aug 31, 1944
				9451 salvaged Dec 9, 1944, 
				9452 salvaged Feb 11, 1945
				9453 salvaged Sep 3, 1944
				9454 salvaged May 16, 1946
				9455 salvaged Apr 8, 1946
				9456 salvaged Aug 1, 1944
				9457 (409th BG) lost May 9, 1944.  MACR 4677.  Salvaged May 11, 1944
43-9458/9637		Douglas A-20G-30-DO Havoc
				9458 in accident Sep 18, 1944.
				9459 salvaged Sep 18, 1944
				9460 salvaged Oct 1, 1945.  Dumped at Morotai at end of war.  Scrapped at Biak, New Guinea.
				9461 assigned to FEAPAS.  Terminated Sep 22, 1947.
				9462 in accident Mar 19, 1944.  Served later with Delaware ANG
				9463 salvaged Sep 26, 1945
				9464 scrapped Mar 20, 1945
				9465 in accident Oct 6, 1944
				9466 shot down in combat Apr 8, 1945
				9467 in accident Jun 29, 1944
				9468 in accident Jun 10, 1945
				9469 in accident Apr 5, 1944
				9470 salvaged Mar 4, 1945
				9471 lost in combat Jan 31, 1945
				9472 in accident Jun 27, 1944
				9473 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
				9474 salvaged Dec 12, 1944
				9475 (312th BG, 387th BS) both engines cut prior to landing and crashed at Gusap, New Guinea
					 Jun 12, 1944.  Pilot and 4 passengers killed.
				9476 (3rd BG, 89th BS, "Little Isadore") salvaged Jun 12, 1945
				9477 shot down by AAA Mar 19, 1944
				9478 in accident Jun 6, 1944
				9479 salvaged Feb 16, 1945
				9480 MIA May 3, 1945
				9481 in accident May 22, 1944
				9482 in accident May 22, 1944
				9483 condemned Jul 19, 1944
				9484 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9485 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
				9486 shot down by AAA Jun 7, 1944
				9487 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9488 (417th BG, 675th BS) in accident Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday mission 
					to Hollanida in landing it sea.  2 KIA, 1 rescued.
				9489 (410th BG) MIA Sep 6, 1944 near Brest.  MACR 9102.  3 crew KIA.  Possibly as result of bomb exploding in bomb bay.
				9490 (410th BG) MIA Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 6703.
				9491 in accident Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday mission to 
					Hollanida.  This aircraft must have been recovered by the RAAF, 
					as its remains were noted in storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, 
					for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two A-20 restorations are complete.
				9492 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9493 salvaged Jul 4, 1945
				9494 damaged when ran off runway during emergency landing Mar 26 1945.  Salvaged APR 18, 1945
				9495 loaned to RAF Apr 25, 1944.  Assigned to 9th AF HQ when it crashed at Aldershot, England Jun 8, 1944.
				9496 in accident Mar 11, 1944
				9497 sunk Apr 8, 1944
				9498 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9499 Jul 9, 1944.
				9500 in accident Jul 4, 1944
				9501 MIA Aug 29, 1944
				9502 (410th BG, 644th BS) shot down by AAA Aug 5, 1945.   MACR 7932
				9503 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9504/9608 Lend-Lease to USSR
					9507 (MSN 14783)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 39507. Armament removed, converted for 
						photographic surveys. Aeroflot, Northern Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered 1Apr54 
						as CCCP-L1142. Struck off charge 15Feb55
					9518 believe to have been shot down by German fighter Jul 28, 1944
					9519 (MSN 14795)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 39516. Armament removed, converted for 
						photographic surveys. Chief Administration of Geodesy Surveying and Cartography (GUGK). 
						Registered as CCCP-F223. Struck off charge in the 2nd quarter of 1952
					9546 (307th Ferry Sqn/7th Ferry Group) w/o in forced landing at Calgary, Alberta, Canada Jan 15, 1944
						during ferry flight to USSR.
					9579 (MSN 14855) Lend-Lease to USSR as 39579. Armament removed, converted for photographic 
						surveys. Chief Administration of Geodesy Surveying and Cartography (GUGK). Registered 
						as CCCP-F229. Operated by Yakutski AFO YaAGP GUGK (aviation detachment of the 
						Yakutian Aerogeodesy Enterprise of the Chief Directorate of Geodesy and Cartography). 
						On an aerial survey flight from Takhtamygda 19Aug52, the right engine caught fire 
						caused by poor maintenance shortly before landing and the tubes of the braking system 
						were destroyed by the fire so that the aircraft overran the runway and the left main gear 
						collapsed; the crew managed to leave the aircraft, but the aircraft burnt out.
					9606 (MSN 14882)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 39606. Armament removed, converted for photographic 
						surveys. Aeroflot, Ukraine Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L1130. 
						Operated by OVS No. 4. Struck off charge 31Jan56 as life-time expired
				9609 salvaged Apr 28, 1944
				9610 in accident Apr 12, 1944
				9611 salvaged Jun 8, 1945
				9612 in accident Mar 10, 1944
				9613 salvaged Mar 10, 1944
				9614 salvaged Jun 11, 1945
				9615 salvaged Nov 2, 1945
				9616 (47th BG) lost Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 12982.  Condemned Mar 18, 1945
				9617 salvaged Mar 21, 1945
				9618 off inventory Nov 30, 1945
				9619 (47th BG) MIA Jan 30, 1945.  MACR 11823.
				9620 (47th BG) lost Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 12981.  Salvaged Mar 20, 1945
				9621 shot down by AAA Apr 11, 1944
				9622 salvaged Aug 11, 1944
				9623 in accident Mar 15, 1944
				9624 lost in combat Jan 25, 1944
				9625 in accident Mar 26, 1944
				9626 in accident Mar 19, 1944
				9627 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
				9628 (*Lady Constance*, 388th BS) in accident Apr 20, 1944 near Wabusarik
					during infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida.  Crew rescued.
					Wreck was recovered in 1985 for use by RAAF Museum in restoration of A-20G 42-86786.
					Remains of this aircraft noted in storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia 
					November 2002, for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two 
					A-20 restorations are complete.   Forward fuselage flown to RAF Brize Norton, 
					England in RAAF Boeing 707 during May 1995 for Douglas Boston-Havoc Restoration Trust, 
					Hinckley, England. Restored to represent nose of Boston III BZ264 which completed 113 
					operations with 88 and 342 Sqns RAF; as code with 88 Sqn was RH-B ('B for beer' in 
					RAF phonetic alphabet of the time), restored nose bears nose art of beer barrel 
					with letters 'XXX' (a one-time brewers mark for 'extra strong') and name 'Beer is Best'.
					Forward fuselage noted at Hinckley, England Mar 2004.
				9629 (675th BS) main gear collapsed during landing at Yamai Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday 
					mission to Hollanida.  This aircraft must have been recovered by 
					the RAAF, as its remains were noted in storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, 
					for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two A-20 restorations are complete
				9630 salvaged Mar 26, 1945
				9631 lost in combat Apr 22, 1945
				9632 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
				9634 lost in accident Jan 3, 1945
				9635 (417th BG) lost Jan 2, 1945, Luzon.  MACR 11894.
				9636 lost in combat Jun 2, 1945
				9637 salvaged Dec 9, 1945
43-9638/9664		Douglas A-20J-5-DO Havoc
				9638 (47th BG) MIA Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6461
				9639 salvaged Jul 1, 1944
				9640 salvaged Sep 12, 1944
				9641 off inventory Sep 5, 1944
				9642 salvaged Jun 13, 1944
				9643 burned Feb 28, 1945
				9644 condemned Jul 2,1944
				9645 off inventory Dec 31, 1945
				9646 shot down by AAA Jul 13,1944
				9647 in crash  landing Feb 20, 1945
				9648 (47th BG) crashed at sea Nov 11, 1944.  MACR 9868.
				9649 salvaged Jan 14, 1946
				9650 salvaged Jan 14, 1946
				9651 crashed Mar 10, 1945
				9652 salvaged Jan 14, 1946
				9653 crashed Sep 23, 1944
				9654 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9655 salvaged Jul 4, 1945
				9656 to CL-26 at Savannah, GA Feb 10, 1944
				9657 crashed Jun 8, 1945
				9658 salvaged Oct 29, 1945
				9659 lost at sea Sep 23,1944
				9660 crashed Jul 7, 1945
				9661 crashed Jun 14, 1945
				9662 (47th BG) MIA Nov 19, 1944.  MACR 10007
				9663 crashed Jan 31, 1945
				9664 crashed Jul 15, 1944
43-9665/9837		Douglas A-20G-30-DO Havoc
				9665 salvaged Mar 23, 1944
				9666 shot down by AAA May 18, 1944
				9667 in accident Jun 14, 1944
				9668 salvaged Dec 5, 1944
				9669 (417th BG, 672nd BS) crashed on landing at Iris Cape Apr 16, 1944 
					during infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida
				9670 (410th BG, 645th BS) wrecked in UK Jul 15, 1944.  Salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9671 salvaged May 24, 1944
				9672 (646th BS, 410th BG) w/o in landing accident at Stradishall, England May 13, 1944. Also
					reported as MIA Aug 8, 1944
				9673 (416th BG (L)) shot down by AAA near Frevent, France Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 7794
				9674 salvaged Aug 1, 1944
				9675 salvaged Aug 1, 1944
				9677 salvaged Jun 27, 1945
				9678 salvaged Feb 19, 1945
				9679 salvaged Feb 19, 1945
				9680 salvaged Feb 19, 1945
				9681 (641st BS, 409th BG) crashed on takeoff at Bretigny, France Oct 13, 1944.  Salvaged Oct 14, 1944
				9682 converted to P-70B-2 night fighter.  Crashed E of Salinas AAF while on night
					approach Jan 11, 1945.  Both crewmembers killed.  To reclamation at Salanis AAB, CA Jan 24, 1945.
				9683 salvaged Nov 8, 1945
				9684 (416th B) MIA Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6192
				9685 salvaged Feb 15, 1945
				9686 (640th BS, 409th BG) crashed at Peronne, France Oct 20, 1944.  Salvaged Oct 20, 1944
				9687 condemned Sep 30, 1944
				9688 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9689 salvaged Aug 18, 1945 
				9690 salvaged Jul 20, 1944
				9691 (643rd BS, 409th BG) crashed at Little Walden, England Apr 25, 1944.  Salvaged Apr 26, 1944
				9692 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9693 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9694 (409th BG) MIA May 27, 1944.  MACR 5086
				9695 salvaged Oct 25, 1944
				9696 (670 BS, 416th BG) crashed near Biggin Hill, England May 19, 1944.  Salvaged May 21, 1944
				9697 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9698 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9699 (416th BG) MIA Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 3747
				9700 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9701 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9702 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9703 (641st BS, 409th BG) in midair collision with 43-9946 and crashed at Little Walden, England
					Jun 11, 1944.  Salvaged Jun 13, 1944
				9704 salvaged Jul 21, 1944
				9705 salvaged Oct 31, 1944
				9706 salvaged Dec 1, 1944
				9707 (416th BG) MIA Apr 23, 1944.  MACR 4095
				9708 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9709 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9710 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9711 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9712 (646th BS, 410th BG) ditched in English Channel Jun 10, 1944  MACR 6103. 
				9713 salvaged Nov 13, 1944
				9714 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9715 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9716 (410th BG, 647th BS) nosed over on landing in UK May 28, 1944.  Salvaged May 31, 1944
				9717 (416th BG) MIA Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7850.
				9718 salvaged Apr 23, 1944
				9719 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9720 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9721 salvaged May 12, 1944
				9722 salvaged Dec 5, 1944
				9723 condemned Jan 27, 1944
				9724 salvaged Jan 28, 1944
				9725/9732 converted to P-70B-2 night fighter.
					9725 surveyed May 26, 1944
					9726 to RFC Mar 22, 1945
					9727 to RFC in USA as TP-70B Mar 30, 1945
					9728 to RFC in USA Mar 23, 1945
					9729 to RFC in USA Mar 22, 1945
					9730 to RFC in USA as TP-70B Mar 23, 1945
					9731 to RFC in USA Mar 22, 1945
					9732 to RFC in USA as TP-70B Mar 26, 1945
				9733 surveyed Aug 6, 1944
				9734 to RFC in USA Mar 22, 1945
				9735 surveyed Nov 25, 1944
				9736/9742 converted to P-70B-2 night fighter.
					9736 to reclamation at Salanis AB, CA Dec 16, 1944
					9737 to RFC in USA Mar 23, 1945
					9738 to RFC in USA Mar 23, 1945
					9739 to RFC in USA as TP-70B Mar 27, 1945
					9740 to RFC in USA as TP-70B Mar 23, 1945
					9741 to RFC in USA as TP-70B Mar 23, 1945
					9742 surveyed at Hammer Field, CA Sep 9, 1944
				9743 salvaged Jan 29, 1944
				9744 shot down by AAA Mar 23,1945
				9745 salvaged Jan 28, 1944
				9746 salvaged Jul 27, 1944
				9747 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9748 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9749 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9750 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9751 salvaged Jan 27, 1944
				9752 salvaged Dec 1, 1944
				9753/9837 Lend-Lease to USSR
					9794 (MSN 15070)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 39794. Armament removed, converted for photographic 
						surveys. Chief Administration of Geodesy Surveying and Cartography (GUGK). Registered 12Apr52
						as CCCP-F375. Transferred to Aeroflot, Ukraine Civil Aviation Directorate. Operated by OVS No. 4. 
						Struck off charge 31Jan56 as life-time expired
					9821 crashed in Ivanpah Mountains near Mountain Pass, CA Jan 24, 1944 on cross country
						flight between Daggett AAF for Las Vegas.  Pilot killed
43-9838/9856		Douglas A-20G-35-DO Havoc
				9839 (409th BG) lost May 22, 1944.  MACR 4961
				9843/9848 Lend-Lease to USSR
					9843 (MSN 15119)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 39843. Armament removed, converted for photographic 
						surveys. Aeroflot, Ukraine Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-F291. Cancelled 1954
				9851/9856 Lend-Lease to USSR
43-9857/9880		Douglas A-20J-10-DO Havoc
				9857 to RAF as Boston IV BZ400.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				9858 to RAF as Boston IV BZ401.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				9859 to RAF as Boston IV BZ402.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				9860 to RAF as Boston IV BZ403.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				9861 to RAF as Boston IV BZ404.  Crashed on landing, Bluie West 1 Mar 21, 1944.
				9862 to RAF as Boston IV BZ405.  SOC Jun 2,1947
				9863 to RAF as Boston IV BZ406.  Crashed in USA before delivery to RAF
				9864 to RAF as Boston IV BZ407.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				9865 to RAF as Boston IV BZ408.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				9866 to RAF as Boston IV BZ409.  Spun into ground near Lille, France Dec 2, 1944
				9867 to RAF as Boston IV BZ410.  Transferred to RCAF Jun 2, 1944
				9868 to RAF as Boston IV BZ411.  SOC Jun 6, 1974
				9869 to RAF as Boston IV BZ412.  SOC Nov 5, 1944
				9870 to RAF as Boston IV BZ413.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
				9871 to RAF as Boston IV BZ414.  Hit by AAA over Recht and crash landed at
					Vitry-en-Artois, France Dec 24, 1944
				9872 to RFC at Huntsville, AL Jun 1, 1945
				9873 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9874 salvaged Mar 13, 1945
				9875 salvaged Mar 25, 1944
				9876 converted to F-3A reconnaissance aircraft.   MIA Mar 16, 1945
				9877 to CL-26 Aug 5, 1944
				9878 to reclamation Feb 27, 1946
				9879 to RFC at Altus Aug 29, 1945
				9880 salvaged Jul 25, 1944
43-9881/9909		Douglas A-20G-35-DO Havoc
				9881 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9882 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9883 crashed after takeoff from Langford Lodge, England Jun 19, 1945
				9884 salvaged Mar 23, 1944
				9885 salvaged Aig 18, 1944
				9886 salvaged Sep 9, 1944
				9887 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9888 salvaged Sep 7, 1944
				9889 (409th BG) MIA Jul 9, 1944. MACR 6650
				9890 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9891 salvaged Aug 15, 1944
				9892 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9893 salvaged Mar 28, 1945
				9894 (410th BG, 647th BS) right engine failed and force landed on the front line at Schwemlingen,
					Germany Dec 2, 1944.  1 POW, 1 evaded, 1 returned.  MACR 11902
				9895 (416th BG) MIA Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 3746
				9896 (646th BS, 410th BG) crashed 8 mi W of Chateau Thierry, France Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 12929.  Salvaged Oct 11, 1944
				9897 MIA Oct 29, 1944
				9898 salvaged Aug 7, 1944
				9899 (642nd BS, 409th BG) w/o in landing accident at Little Walden, England Apr 22, 1944.  Salvaged Apr 28, 1944
				9900 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9901 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9902 (494th Svc Sqn, 30th Svc Grp) w/o at Burtonwood England Aug 16, 1944.  Salvaged Sep 10, 1944
				9903 (409th BG) MIA Jun 2, 1944.  MACR 12274
				9904 (410th BG) MIA Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5539
				9905 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9906 sunk Apr 5, 1944
				9907 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9908 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9909 salvaged Jul 21, 1945
43-9910/9917		Douglas A-20J-10-DO Havoc
				9910 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9911 surveyed Apr 23, 1944
				9912 converted to F-3A.  Crashed Oct 29, 1944 (155th PRS) during attempted emergency landing
					at St. Dizier/Robinson Airdrome (A-64) in France after receiving friendly fire.
					2 crew killed.
				9913 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9914 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9915 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9916 MIA Apr 24, 1944
				9917 salvaged Jul 7, 1944
43-9918/10104		Douglas A-20G-35-DO Havoc
				9918 Lend-Lease to USSR
				9919 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9920 salvaged Dec 2,1944
				9921 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9922 DBR in taxiing accident at Langford Lodge, England Mar 7, 1945.  Salvaged Apr 18, 1945
				9923 salvaged Nov 26, 1944
				9924 salvaged Mar 13, 1945
				9925 (416th BG) MIA Sep 29, 1944.  MACR 9276
				9926 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9927 salvaged Dec 1, 1944
				9928 (640th BS, 409th BG) w/o in landing accident at Little Walden, England Aug 31, 1944.  Salvaged Sep 1, 1944
				9929 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9930 salvaged Jul 10, 1944
				9931 (410th BG) MIA Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 8590.
				9932 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9933 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9934 salvaged Oct 9, 1944
				9935 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9936 MIA Jul 6, 1944
				9937 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9938 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9939 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9940 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9941 (669th BS, 416th BG) crashed 1/2 mi SW of Erith, near London, England Apr 24, 1944.  Salvaged Aug 28, 1945
				9942 (409th BG, 643rd BS) salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9943 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9944 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9945 (409th BG) MIA Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10463
				9946 (641st BS, 409th BG) involved in midair collision with 43-9702 and crashed at Little Walden, England Jun 11, 1944.
				9947 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9948 salvaged Dec 26, 1944
				9949 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9950 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9951 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9952 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9953 (644th BS, 410th BG) crash landed at Gosfield, England Jun 12, 1944. 
				9954 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9955 salvaged Jun 26, 1945
				9956 salvaged Oct 13, 1944
				9957 (422nd NFS) crashed on takeoff at Florennes, Belgium Dec 26, 1944.  Salvaged Dec 28, 1944
				9958 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th ATG) flew into ground on ferry flight
					to Burtonwood near village of Flash, Staffordshire, UK
					Jan 3, 1945.  One killed.
				9959 (410th BG) MIA Jun 3, 1944.  MACR 5536
				9960 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9961 salvaged Aug 20, 1944
				9962 salvaged Nov 13, 1944
				9963 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9964 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9965 (410th BG) MIA May 27, 1944.  MACR 5046
				9966 salvaged Aug 18,1945
				9967 salvaged Dec 11 1944
				9968 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9969 salvaged Sep 11, 1944
				9970 salvaged Nov 13, 1944
				9971 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9972 salvaged Jul 25, 1945
				9973 (646th BS, 410th BG) crash landed at Rivenhall, England May 9, 1944.  Salvaged May 12, 1944
				9974 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9975 (416th BG) MIA Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 12210.
				9976 (640th BS, 409th BG) force landed at Fawston, England Jun 22, 1944.  Salvaged Jun 24, 1944
				9977 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
				9978 MIA Aug 7, 1944
				9979 salvaged Feb 16, 1945
				9980 salvaged Jun 7, 1945
				9981 salvaged Dec 9, 1944
				9982 salvaged Nov 17, 1944
				9983 (416th BG) MIA May 27, 1944.  MACR 5035
				9984 to RFC Mar 26, 1945
				9985 to reclamation at San Bernardino Aug 3, 1945 
				9986/10004 converted to P-70B-2 night fighter.
					9986 (547th NFS) surveyed Jun 22, 1944
					9987 to RFC in USA Apr 2, 1945.  Also MACR 7872 with 416th BG Aug 6, 1944.
					9988 to reclamation at McClellan AAF, CA Jan 3, 1946
					9989 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
					9990 to RFC Mar 26, 1945
					9991 to RFC May 18, 1945
					9992 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
					9993 to RFC Mar 31, 1945
					9994 to RFC Apr 2, 1945
					9995 to RFC Apr 2, 1945
					9996 to RVC Apr 2, 1945
					9997 (481st NFG) RFC 4/2/1945
					9998 (481st NFG) RFC 4/4/1945
					9999 (481st NFG) RFC 3/26/1945
					10000 (481st NFG) RFC 3/25/1945
					10001 (481st NFG) RFC 3/30/1945
					10002 (481st NFG) crashed 7/28/1944, Hammer Field, CA
					10003 (481st NFG) RFC 3/29/1945
					10004 (481st NFG) crashed 11/14/1944, Hammer Field, CA
				10005/10039 Lend-Lease to USSR 2-3/1944
					10022 crashed in Calgary Canada during delivery 2/19/1944
					10025 crashed at Vardhaugen, Norway Jul 4, 1944.
				10040 ditched at sea off Brazil Mar 1, 1944.  Crew saved
				10041/10104 to Soviet Union 3/1944
					10043 (MSN 15319) Lend-Lease to USSR as 310043. Armament removed, converted 
						for photographic surveys. Chief Administration of Geodesy Surveying and Cartography (GUGK). 
						Registered 12Apr52 as CCCP-F376. Transferred to Aeroflot. Registered 1953 as CCCP-A1098. 
						Struck off charge 15F
					10052 (MSN 15328) Lend-Lease to USSR as 310052. 51st Mine-and-Torpedo Air Regiment, 
						Baltic Fleet Air Force; code red 14. Equipped with Gneis-2 radar
						On display in Monino outside Moscow, Russia.  According to the fascinating new 
						book “Lend-Lease and Soviet Aviation in the Second World War” by Vladimir Kotelnikov, 2017), 
						this a/c never saw service with the V-VS as it crashed on its way over on the ALSIB / Krasnoyarsk 
						route “…and remained in the taiga [‘snow forest’] for a long time.
						Noted at Fairbanks, Alaska before delivery in Russian markings with code 14 on tail
					10098 (MSN 15374)	Lend-Lease to USSR as 310098. Armament removed, converted for photographic 
						surveys. Aeroflot, Uzbekistan Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered as CCCP-L1134. Struck off charge 15Feb55
43-10105/10144		Douglas A-20J-10-DO Havoc
				10105 to RAF as Boston IV BZ415.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
				10106 to RAF as Boston IV BZ416.  Shot down by flak over Boulogne, France Sep 9, 1944
				10107 to RAF as Boston IV BZ417.  Crashed in USA before delivery to RAF
				10108 to RAF as Boston IV BZ418.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				10109 to RAF as Boston IV BZ419.  Shot down by flak over Fored de Lyon,
					France Aug 9, 1944
				10110 to RAF as Boston IV BZ420.  SOC Feb 21, 1944
				10111 to RAF as Boston IV BZ421.  Damaged by flak over Recht and SOC
					on return to base Dec 24, 1944
				10112 to RAF as Boston IV BZ422.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				10113 to RAF as Boston IV BZ423.  Crashed near Hook, England during return
					from mission to Rouen, France Aug 26, 1944
				10114 to RAF as Boston IV BZ424.  SOC Jun 18, 1945
				10115 to RAF as Boston IV BZ425.  Missing from night intruder mission Aug 5, 1944
				10116 to RAF as Boston IV BZ426.  SOC Feb 21, 1946
				10117 to RAF as Boston IV BZ427.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				10118 to RAF as Boston IV BZ428.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				10119 to RAF as Boston IV BZ429.  SOC Jun 18, 1945
				10120 to RAF as Boston IV BZ430.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				10121 to RAF as Boston IV BZ431.  Wrecked when overshot landing at Finmere,
					England Aug 12, 1944
				10122 to RAF as Boston IV BZ432.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				10123 to RAF as Boston IV BZ433.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
				10124 to RAF as Boston IV BZ434.  SOC Mar 5, 1946
				10128 (409th BG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5655.
				10129 671st Bomb Squadron, 416th Bomb Group [5C-I], Wethersfield, England; the aircraft received a direct hit from flak in the bomb bay, 
					caught fire, exploded at  Beauvoir, France  May 12, 1944
				10141 Lend-Lease to USSR
				10142 Lend-Lease to USSR			
43-10145/10237		Douglas A-20G-35-DO Havoc
				10148 (416th BG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 6046 and 9832
				10153 (644 BS, 410 BG) crash landed 3 mi N of Coulommiers, France Oct 6, 1944.
				10164 (416th BG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 6047
				10165 (416th BG) lost Sep 29, 1944.  MACR 9275
				10169 (647 BS, 410 BG) crashed 1 mi N of Gosfield, England Aug 25, 1944
				10170 (410th BG) lost Oct 28, 1944.  MACR 9622
				10186 (642 B S, 409 BG) crash landed at Bretigny, France Oct 14, 1944.
				10192 (410th BG) lost Jun 3, 1944.  MACR 5537
				10202 damaged after running off runway while taxiing May 22, 1945.
				10203 (416th BG) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5033
				10205 (410th BG) lost Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5653
				10206 (416th BG) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5032
				10209 (410th BG) lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 9053
				10215 (410th BG, 645 BS) crashed on takeoff at Gosfield, England May 25,1944
				10218 (410th BG) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5037
43-10238/10308		Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-69 Constellation 
43-10309/10310		Lockheed C-69-LO Constellation
				MSN 049-1961/1962.  Model 049-46-10.  Ordered by TWA but completed for USAAF.
				10309 (MSN 049-1961) carried civil test registration of NX25600. first flight Jan 9, 1943.  
					It was piloted by company test pilots Edmund Allen and Milo Burcham. The four-engined, 
					propeller-driven aircraft was designed by Kelly Johnson and was developed from the 
					Lockheed L-049 Constellation airliner.  Delivered to
					Wright Field flown by Howard Hughes and Jack Frye.  Converted to XC-69E Model 049-39-10 with P&W R-2800 
					engines.  Converted back with Double Cyclone engines.  Flown by Howard Hughes and TWA President Jack 
					Frye from Burbank, CA to Washington, DC Apr 17, 1944 in an unofficial record of 6 hours, 58 min.
					Sold to Hughes Aircraft Co after the war as NX67900, repurchased by 
					Lockheed May 1, 1950 and reregistered NC25600 .  Converted to prototype L.1049 Super Constellation summer
					1950  as Model 049S MSN 19618 and registered NX6700.  During 1952, converted to aerodynamic test vehicle
					for Navy early warning Super Constellation.  Tested with Allison YT-56 turboprop engine fitted in no. 4
					position.  Purchased by California Airmotive Dec 1958 for spares and broken up
				10310 (MSN 049-1962) Subsequently registered N86520, painted in both TWA and PAA livery named "Clipper America".  
					Later to Intercontinental Airlines as N38936.  Crashed at Burbank, CA Jan 22, 1953.  Crew of 8 escaped 
					unhurt, but aircraft was quickly enveloped by flames.
43-10311/10317		Lockheed C-69-1-LO Constellation
				MSN 049-1963/1969.  Model 049-46-10.  Ordered by TWA but completed for USAAF
				10311 (MSN 049-1963) subsequently registered as N67952.  Repurchased
					by Lockheed and to Capital Airlines Sep 9, 1950 as "Capitaliner
					Freedom".  Sold to Modern Air Transport Sep 25, 1961
				10312 (MSN 049-1964) to N67953, repurchased by Lockheed , and to Capital
					Airlines Sep 13, 1950 as "Capitaliner Spirit of World Peace".
					Sold to Trans American Aeronautical Corp Feb 20, 1960 then to XP-CAS of LAPSA.
				10313 (MSN 049-1965) subsequently registered as N90827 and operated by Intercontinental
					Airways, at one point as RX-121.  To El Al in 1951 as 4X-AKB,
					then a Swiss registration of HB-IEA was reserved but NTU.  To
					Universal Sky Tours Feb 13, 1962 as G-ARXE.  WFU May 1965 and
					broken up at Luton, England.
				10314 (MSN 049-1966) broken up, parts used to rebuild 
					42-94559/G-AHEN and F-BAZQ (MSN 2512)
				10315 (MSN 049-1967) subsequently registered as N90828 and operated by
					Intercontinent Airways at one point as RX-123.  To El Al in 1951
					as 4X-AKB, then to Swiss owner as HB-IEB.  To Universal Sky
					Tours Feb 13, 1962 as G-ARVP.  WFU and broken up May 1965 at
					Luton, England
				10316 (MSN 049-1968) remained in storage at Lockheed, disposed of as 
					surplus.  To WAA Mar 31, 1947. Sold to Schweimer Air Service 
					Dec 1947 as NC90829 and converted to a civil model 049.
					Given a Panamanian registry of RX-121, but used to fly arms 
					to the new state of Israel.  Damaged in landing on one 
					landing gear while landing at Zatec, Czechoslovakia Jul 13, 
					1948 but repaired.  Returned to USA Oct 22, 1949 for 
					overhaul.  Registered as N90829, wfu and stored later in 
					1949.  El Al purchased the plane in April 1951 and 
					registered in Israel as 4X-AKA and converted to 63-seat 
					Model 149.  Shot down by Bulgarian MiG-15 fighters Jul 26, 1955
					while cruising above Yugoslavia/Bulgaria border.  All crew and 
					58 passengers killed.  Date of loss also quoted as Jul 27, 
					1955.  Bulgarians may have mistaken this plane for a USAF 
					RC-121 electronic reconnaissance plane.
				10317 (MSN 049-1969) to TWA Nov 30, 1948 as N90830 "Star of Zurich".
					Sold to Falcon Airways Jun 23, 1961 and operated by Aero Transport as OE-IFA
43-10318/10489		Beech AT-11 Kansan
				10320 (MSN 5013) to US Navy as SNB-2 67313.
				10330 (MSN 5023) Delivered to USAAF 3Feb44. Assigned to Army Air Forces Bombardier School, Midland AAF, TX
					Transferred to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67274 Feb 5, 1946.
				10332 to Peru
				10334 (MSN 5027) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10607 in 1953.
				10335 (MSN 5028) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10714 in 1954.
				10336 (MSN 5029) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10689 in 1954
				10338 to N6950C
				10339 (MSN 5032) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11833 in 1953.
				10341 (MSN 5034, 4415 ABG, HQ Sqdn) force landed 3 mi W of Lillington, NC Aug 2, 1951.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as C-45H 52-10938 in 1954
				10342 (MSN 5035) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11548 in 1952.
				10343 (MSN 5036) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11549 in 1952. 
				10344 (MSN 5037) (2596 AFRTC) crash landed 1/2 mi N of Ashbury Park, NJ. Jan 4, 1951.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as TC-45G 5-11579 in 1952.
				10347 (MSN 5040) to N7354C
				10348 (MSN 5041) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10733
				10349 (MSN 5042)
				10351 (MSN 5044) to N7335C
				10354 (MSN 5047) to N7344C
				10355 (MSN 5048) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10724 in 1954
				10356 (MSN 5049) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10735 in 1954.
				10365 (MSN 5058) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10939 in 1954.
				10366 (MSN 5059) to N6272C
				10367 (MSN 5060) to N6250C
				10369 (MSN 5062) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10608 in 1953
				10371 (MSN 5064) to N8054H, N92KC.  Seen outside Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, FL as N92KC.
				10372 (MSN 5065) to N6866C, N68Q
				10373 (2537 AAFBU) damaged in landing accident at Rome AAF, NY
					Apr 28, 1946
				10374 (MSN 5067) 3/1/44: TOS USAAF. 
					By 10/45: 2528th Base Unit, Air Training Command, Midland Army Air Field, TX. 
					3/45: 2537th BU, ATC, Perrin Field, TX.  
					6/46: 2002nd BU, ATC, Stewart AAF, GA. 
					9/46: 4163rd BU, Air Defense Command, Cleveland, OH. 
					7/47: 315th BU, ADC, Godman Field, KY.  
					9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
					10/47: Back to the 4163rd BU. 
					1948: Redesignated T-11. 
					12/48: 2240th Air Force Reserve Training Center, Cleveland, OH. 
					8/49: 2757th Air Base Squadron (Air Materiel Command), Cleveland. 
					12/49:  Returned to the 2240th. 
					10/50: 433rd Troop Carrier Wing (Medium) (Tactical Air Command), Greenville AFB, SC. 
					7/51: 375th Troop Carrier Wing (M) (TAC), Grenville AFB, SC. 
					12/51: 62nd Troop Carrier Wing (Heavy) (TAC), McCord AFB, WA. 
					4/52: The 62nd moved to Larson AFB, WA. 
					12/52: McConnell AFB, KS and SOC for reclamation. It was then sent to Beech Aircraft 
					and rebuilt from January to October 1953 as C-45H 52-10613 
				10375 (MSN 5068) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10645 in 1953.
				10376 (MSN 5069) to N7333C
				10377 (2592 AFRTC) damaged in takeoff accident at Tinker AFB, OK
					Aug 19, 1950
				10378 (MSN 5071, 2465 AFRTC) damaged in takeoff accident at Wold-Chamberlain 
					Field, Minneapolis-St Paul, MN Jul 27, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech to C-45H 52-10899 in 1954.
				10379 (4159 AAFBU/ARTU) crash landed at New Orleans MAP, LA Nov 10, 1946
				10381 (MSN 5074) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10848 in 1954.
				10383 (MSN 5076) to N6957C.  Destroyed during forced landing in canyon while fire bombing near Yuba City, CA
					Jul 11, 1960.
				10384 (MSN 5077) (3806 AMS/3801 AMG) damaged in landing accident at Maxwell AB,
					AL Jul 19, 1951.  To N4001A
				10385 (MSN 5078) to N6784C.  Noted as hulk at Sinton, Texas Oct 1987.
				10387 to Turkish AF as 6936 May 15, 1948
				10392 (MSN 5085) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11661
				10394 (MSN 5087) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10699 in 1954.
				10395 (61 AAFBU/AFRU) damaged in landing accident at Woodrum Field,
					Roanoke, VA Jul 20, 1947
				10399 (MSN 5092) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10884 in 1954
				10402 (3705 AAFBU) crash landed 7 mi SE of Denver, CO Oct 3, 1946.
					Repaired and to Turkish AF as 6869 May 15, 1948
				10403 (MSN 5096) to N7170C
				10404 (MSN 5097) with Yankee AF, Ypsilanti, Michigan as N7340C
				10405 (MSN 5098) to Colombian AF Jul 1947.  To HK-1293-G.  Derelict at Parque El Salitre, Bogota in 1988
				10407 (MSN 5100) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10867 in 1954.
				10408 (MSN 5101) to N6966C, CF-JSC
				10409 (MSN 5102) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10556
				10410 (MSN 5103) to N7175C
				10411 (MSN 5104) to Colombian AF Jul 1947.
				10412 (MSN 5105) to N4004A allocated but NTU.  C of R as N7332C Mar 11,1 958.  Accident Jan 13, 1959 
					Barter Island, Alaska.  Cancelled Mar 31, 2011.  Remains bought for restoration as static display Dec 2012
				10414 (MSN 5107) to N7345C, XA-NUN, XB-ZIF.
				10415 (MSN 5108) to Colombian AF Jul 1947
				10416 (MSN 5109) to N7177C
				10418 (MSN 5111) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10662 in 1953
				10419 (MSN 5112) to N4005A but NTU, to N7176C
				10420 (MSN 6494) to civil registry as N8045H.  Forced landing gear-up at airport at St Maarten, British West
					Indies Jan 31, 1964.
				10423 (MSN 6497) (2347 AFRTC) damaged in landing accident at Dansville MAP, NY May 24, 1950.  To civil registry 
					as N6961C.  Crashed on takeoff Jul 25, 1961.
				10424 (MSN 6498) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10876 in 1954.
				10427 (MSN 6501) to NC5000N, N5000N.  airworthy as N500AM "In a Family Way"
					I saw this one at Freedom Flight in Aurora, Ill, Aug 5, 1995.
				10428 (MSN 6502) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10898 in 1954.
				10429 (MSN 6503) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10728 in 1954
				10431 (MSN 6505) transferred to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67357
				10432 (MSN 6506) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11868 in 1953.
				10433 (MSN 6507) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11824 in 1953.
				10434 (MSN 6508)
				10435 (MSN 6509) to N4007A, NTU, To N6952C, N79Q
				10436 (MSN 6510)
				10437 (MSN 6511, 4210 OS/2 ABG) crashed on takeoff at Hunter AFB, GA Aug 10, 1951
				10438 (MSN 6512) to civil registry as N10009, D-ILES.  Broken up at Walldorf, West Germany May 1967.
				10439 (MSN 6513) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10589
				10440 (MSN 6514) to civil registry as N86146, N37V
				10441 (MSN 6515) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10880
				10442 (MSN 6516) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10646
				10443 (MSN 6517)
				10444 (MSN 6518) to civil registry as NC44633
				10445 (MSN 6519) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10676
				10447 (516 ABG/HQ Sqn) crash landed 1/2 mi N of Memphis MAP, TN
					Sep 12, 1951
				10450 (4122 AAFBU) crash landed 3 mi SW of Grand Prairie, TX Oct 10, 1946
				10452 (4135 AAFBU) damaged in takeoff accident at Hill Field, UT Sep 3, 1946
				10455 (MSN 6529) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10857 in 1954.
				10457 (MSN 6531) transferred to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67285.
				10458 (MSN 6532)
				10459 (MSN 6533)
				10460 (MSN 6534) to civil registry as NC65383, N65383
				10461 (MSN 6535)
				10462 (MSN 6536)
				10463 (MSN 6537) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10601 in 1953.
				10464 (MSN 6538) to Turkish AF as 6870 May 15, 1948
				10465 (MSN 6539) to US Navy as SNB-5 BuNo 67280
				10466 (MSN 6540) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10592 in 1953
				10467 (MSN 6541) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67263
				10468 (MSN 6542) to Turkish AF as 6871 May 15, 1948
				10469 (MSN 6543) to Peru
				10470 (MSN 6544) to civil registry as N7187C
				10471 (MSN 6545) to civil registry as N7359C
				10472 (MSN 6546) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10764 in 1954
				10473 (MSN 6547) to Colombian AF Jul 1947.
				10474 (MSN 6548) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11782 in 1953.
				10475 (MSN 6549)
				10476 (MSN 6550) to civil registry as N9538H
				10479 (108 AAFBU/AFRU) damaged in ground loop at Westover AB, MA Feb 25, 1947
				10485 to Peru
				10486 to Turkish AF as 6872 May 15, 1948
				10489 to Turkish AF as 6873 May 15, 1948
43-10490/10817		Cancelled contract
43-10818/10892		Beech UC-43 Traveler
				Beech Model 17.  MSN 4866/4940
				10821 (MSN 4869) to CAA as NC259
				10822 (MSN 4870) to CAA as NC260.  To NC1027M, N7778B, CF-GWL (registered Jul 2, 1970, cancelled Oct 22, 1996)
					To N985SW, registered Mar 15, 1999.  Current
				10823 (MSN 4871) to CAA as NC290
				10826 (MSN 4874) to civil registration as N51444, then CF-GKY.
				10827 (MSN 4875) to RFC Jun 18, 1945.  Registered to CAA as NC257.  Re-registered N5447N to
					Aero Service Corp, Philadelphia, PA. Rebuilt in 1988.  Since Dec 2013 with Perlan Aviation, Santa Teresa, NM
				10829 (MSN 4877) to CAA as NC336.  To N61862, expired Jun 30 2013
				10830 (MSN 4878) to CAA as NC333.  To N333E, current
				10832 (MSN 4880) to CAA as NC63.  Scrapped in 1948
				10837 (MSN 4885) became CR-LBF, then NC60004, then N1591V, then
					ZS-CLM, then ZS-AJT.  Registered G-LAJT Apr 27, 2005.
				10839 (MSN 4887) to CAA as NC336
				10840 (MSN 4888) to CAA as NC264.  To NC264E, N264E, current.
				10842 (MSN 4890) to civil registry as N51746.  Noted at Yanks Air Museum, 
					Chino, CA Nov 2002
				10843 (MSN 4891) to RFC at Cincinnati, Ohio Jan 24, 1945.  To civil registry as N46810. 
					Registration changed to N18BJ 1978-79.  Still flying
				10848 (MSN 4896) 5/6/43: TOS USAAF. Assigned to Hamilton Army Air Field, CA. During its service life 
					it served at several Army Air Fields, in the following order (no dates given): Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					March Field, CA; Tinker Field, OK; Naval Air Facility Lemoore, CA; Bowman Field, KY, Cincinnati Field, OH; 
					Wright Field, OH.  
					To RFC at Wright Field Oct 5, 1945. Ca.1946:  Civil Aeronautics Administration with c/r NC69H. 
					By 7/55:  Unknown owner as N69H and an airworthiness certificate was issued on 7/22/55. 
					1963: Legal Eagle, Inc, Hialeah, FL.  
					1971: W.C. Yarbrough, Mansfield, OH. 
					1972: John M. Averill, Byromville, GA. He had it rebuilt by Arnold Neiman of Ocala, FL from 1972 to 1979.  
					11/26/91: Simply Living, Inc, Galesburg, IL. 
					3/16/92: Michael Schultz, Nordholz, Germany, and it was ferried there departing Chicago to the 
					Shetland Islands and then to Hamburg.  
					1995: Classic Flyers, based in Braunschweig and flown by Andreas Bucher.  
					8/29/02: Desert Winds Aviation, Inc/George D. Frame Ltd, Henderson, NV but remained operated by 
					Andreas Bucher at Braunschweig.  
					3/19/16: FAA shows a registration pending to a new owner in Huntersville, NC, but no further 
					details have been found.
				10851 (MSN 4899) to CAA as NC335.  Cancelled in 1947
				10852 (MSN 4900) 5/7/43: TOS USAAF. Assigned to Langley Army Air Field, VA. 
					UNK: Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
					UNK:  Cincinnati Field, OH. 
					1/7/44: Damaged in an accident at Bluethenthal Field, NC. 
					7/4/44: Damaged in another accident at Phillips Field, MD. 
					4/2/45: RFC for sale. 
					1946: Ross Hadley, Los Angeles, CA, with c/r NC53298. 
					1956-1963: UNK. 
					1963: R. Gibson, Buena Park, CA, with c/r N53298. 
					1966: Doctor J. Moore, Kirkwood, CA. 
					12/68: Richard L. Perry, Hampshire, IL. 
					1974: Rebuilt. 
					6/22/99: Carl E. Pfeiffer, Trustee, Gilbert, AZ.  
					5/10/04: Maurice J. Moriarty, Glendale, AZ.  
					5/3/17: Randy Shatz, Prescott, AZ.
				10853 (MSN 4901) to CAA as NC258.  To NC258H
				10854 (MSN 4902) to CAA as [NC256].  To N51120, CP-613.  To N22772. Expired Dec 31, 2013
				10855 (MSN 4903) to civil registry as NC322, then N663
				10859 (MSN 4907) to CAA as NC116
				10867 (MSN 4915) to CAA as NC240.  To NC80024, N32777.  Destroyed by fire Nov 6, 1989 after gear up landing.
				10868 (MSN 4916) to CAA as NC260.  To NC239, NC239E, N239E.  Current with Sundale Aviation, Inc of Erwinna, PA
					since Apr 2009.
				10869 (MSN 4917) to USAAF Jul 21, 1943. Assigned to Bolling Field, Washington, DC. 
					Ca.7/22/43: Lockbourne Army Air Base, OH.
					Ca.7/23/43: Columbus Army Air Field, MS. 
					7/24/43: Damaged in an accident at Kansas City, MO. 
					9/2/44: Damaged in an accident, this time near Porter, OH. 
					5/14/46: RFC for sale. 
					No data found on the Internet until 1963. 
					1963: D. Neely, Burbank, CA, with c/r N79484.  
					1971:  R. Neuman, Canoga Park, CA. 
					12/72: Gene E. Moser of Monterey Park, CA. 
					2000: Fully restored. 
					5/3/07: Hirani Oil Arizona LLC, Chandler, AZ.  
					2/4/14: Aerobatic Aircraft of Florida Inc, Edgewater, FL. 
					8/14: Cody Byrd, Dalhart, TX.  
					6/24/16: Chileprop LLC, Nimbres, NM..
				10870 (MSN 4918) to RAF as Traveller I FZ428.   Stalled and crashed
					during attempted landing  near Addis Ababa Apr 4, 1945.
				10871 (MSN 4919) to RAF as Traveller I FA429.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				10872 (MSN 4920) to RAF as Traveller I FZ430, then to OO-VIT Sep 23, 1946, then SE-BRY, then HB-UIH,
					then G-BDGK Jul 25, 1975.  To SE-BRY May 16, 1990, current spring 2004.
				10873 (MSN 4921) to RAF as Traveller I FZ431.  Sold Nov 22, 1946
				10874 (MSN 4922) to RAF as Traveller I FZ432.  Sold Nov 22, 1946.  Then to G-AJJJ Feb 27, 1947, then to
					VH-MJE Dec 8, 1952. TO ZS-OIX Dec 7, 1998, current spring 2004.
				10875 (MSN 4923) to RAF as Traveller I FZ433.  sold Nov 22, 1946.  Became F-BCJY. Registration cancelled Mar 25, 1963 as
					unfit for service.
				10876 (MSN 4924) to RAF as Traveller I FZ434.  SOC Jun 21, 1945
				10877 (MSN 4925) to RAF as Traveller I FZ435.  Sold Nov 22, 1946.  To CR-AEU
					Sometimes listed as going to civil registry as F-DADL, but this
					was 43-10887
				10882 (MSN 4930) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 38
				10883 (MSN 4931) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 39
				10884 (MSN 4932) to RAF as Traveller I FZ436.  DBR when belly landed at
					Heliopolis May 10, 1945 after undercarriage jammed up
				10885 (MSN 4933) to RAF as Traveller I FZ437.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				10886 (MSN 4934) to RAF as Traveller I FZ438.  Wrecked when overturned on
					landing at Wilhelma Oct 9, 1944.
				10887 (MSN 4935) to RAF as Traveller I FZ439.  Sold Nov 22, 1946.
					To France as F-DADL For Societe Nord Africaine Forages et
					Explorations Petrolieres/Norafor at Casablanca Tit Mellil.
				10888 (MSN 4936) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 40
				10889 (MSN 4937) to PI-C93.  To user in Hong Kong as VR-HEE.  To France as F-OABR, used in IndoChina
				10890 (MSN 4938) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 51
				10891 (MSN 4939) Lend-Lease to Uruguay Aeronautica Militar as D-501
				10892 (MSN 4940) to RFC at Cincinnati, OH.  To CAA as NC265.  Registration changed to
					N265E.  Still flying
43-10893/10932		Bell P-63C-1-BE Kingcobra
				All Lend-Lease to USSR
43-10933/11132		Bell RP-63C-2-BE Kingcobra
				"flying target" version
				11117 converted to QF-63C and by 1979 was gate guardian at Hammer
					AFB, Fresno, CA.  Became property of USAFM and to Yesterdays AF, Chino California 1976-1979.
					To Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut Nov 1979-1989.  To Yankee Air 
					Corps Museum, Chino, CA for restoratino to airworthy.  To display at Yankee Air Museum 1992-1994, registered
					as N9009.  To Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, Florida 1994 as N91448
43-11133/11717		Bell P-63C-5-BE Kingcobra
				MSN 33-1/33-585
				11133/11542 Lend-Lease to USSR
					11135 524th Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Greenwood Field, MS. Damaged in an 
						accident with P-63C 42-70849 landing in bad weather at Niagara Falls 
						Municipal Airport, NY 17Feb45.
					11137 (MSN 33-5) wreck recovered from Russia and displayed at Wings Museum, Balcombe, East Sussex, UK
						Reported March 2020 with code ‘17’ and name ‘Little Toots’.
					11175 Air Service Command, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged in an accident 
						with parked P-63C 42-70147 when taxying at Fort Nelson, British Columbia, 
						Canada 10Mar45
					11179 registered as N447AG
					11203 (7th FRG) crash landed and w/o at Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada Apr 25, 1945
					11219 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach Field, CA. Accident after engine failure 
						taking off from Bendix Field, South Bend, IN 4Mar45.
					11223 derelict at Van Nuys Airport, California 1947-1973.  Owned by Frank Borman, the ex-astronaut and former
						airline CEO.  Registered as N163FS and painted as 42-69021
					11230 7th Ferrying Group, Great Falls Field, MT. Damaged taxying at Niagara 
						Falls Municipal Airport, NY 28Feb45.
					11266 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. 
						Damaged taxying at Truax Field, Madison, WI 6Mar45.
					11273 2119th Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Greenwood Field, MS. 
						Crashed after a mid-air collision with P-63C 43-11305 1.5 miles 
						northwest of Wheatland, ND 10Mar45 (1KIS).
					11305 2119th Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Greenwood Field, MS. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with P-63C 
						43-11273 1.5 miles northwest of Wheatland, ND 10Mar45
					11320 Bell Aircraft Corporation, Wheatfield, NY. Crash landed at Niagara Falls 
						Municipal Airport, NY 2Mar45.
					11334 Modified as a P-63U two-seat trainer by the USSR.
					11338 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, 
						Detroit, MI. Damaged taxying at Romulus Field 16Mar45.
					11498 (7th Ferrying Group) force landed due to fuel exhaustion and w/o at 
						Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada Apr 20, 1945
				11543 Lend-Lease to Free French 
				11544/11565 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11566 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11567 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11568/51573 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11574/11575 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11576/11581 Lend-Lease to USSR
					11578 (7th Ferrying group ) force landed due to fuel exhaustion and w/o at 
						Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada Apr 20, 1945
				11582 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11583 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11584/11589 Lend-Lease to USSR
					11589 (7th Ferrying Group) force landed due to fuel exhaustion  and w/o at 
						Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada Apr 20, 1945.
				11590 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11591 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11592/11597 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11598 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11599 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11600/11605 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11606 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11607 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11608/11613 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11614 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11615 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11616/11621 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11622 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11623 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11624/11628 Lend-Lease to USSR
					11625 1466th Base Unit (Alaskan Division, Air Transport Command), Ladd Field, 
						Fairbanks, AK. Damaged taxying at Ladd Field 30Apr45
				11629 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11630 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11631/11635 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11636 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11637 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11638/11643 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11644 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11645 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11646/11649 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11650 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11651 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11652/11657 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11658 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11659 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11660/11665 Lend-Lease to USSR
					11664 1466th Base Unit (Alaskan Division, Air Transport Command), Ladd Field, 
						Fairbanks, AK. Damaged landing at Ladd Field 1May45.
				11666 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11667 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11668/11673 Lend Lease to USSR
				11674 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11675 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11676/11681 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11682 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11683 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11684/11688 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11689 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11690 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11691 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11692/11695 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11696 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11697 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11698 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11699 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11700/11705 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11706 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11707 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11708/11713 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11714 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11715 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				11716 Lend-Lease to USSR
				11717 Lend-Lease to USSR
43-11718		Bell P-63D-BE Kingcobra
				Featured sliding bubble canopy and fitted with an M9 propeller hub cannon in place of the M10.
43-11719		Bell P-63F-1-BE Kingcobra
				To civil registry as NX1719 as racer, then N443.  Owned by A. T. George of Atlanta, GA as N447AG.
				Now owned by Commemorative  AF as N6763.
43-11720/11721		Bell P-63E-1-BE Kingcobra
43-11722		Bell P-63F-1-BE Kingcobra
43-11723/11724		Bell RP-63G-1-BE Kingcobra
43-11725/11735		Bell P-63E-1-BE Kingcobra
				11727 to Honduras AF as FAH 400 1948/49.  Registered N9003R Feb 2, 1960.  Stored Phoenix Sky Harbor airport 
					1960-1968.  Stored Moseley Field, Phoenix Arizona 179-1970.  On display at USAF Museum 1973-2003.
					Now on loan by USAF Museum to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				11728 1945: TOS USAAF. Bailed to Bell Aircraft Corporation.
					2/4/46: Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, NY with c/r NX41964. Modified aircraft with second 
						cockpit behind the engine and used as a test bed.
					6/22/46: Participated in General Electric Air Research Demonstration open house at Schenectady, NY.
					1948: Second cockpit removed.
					10/48: TOS Honduran Air Force with s/n 401. 
					10/15/48: Damaged while landing on delivery flight to Tegucigalpa Air Base. Relegated to use as spares source.
					6/2/53: C/r N41964 cancelled.  Back to US civil registry as N41964 in 1957.  
					1957: Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, NY with c/r N41964. for restoration.
					1/58: Air Force Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					10/17/70:  Towed to new museum facility at Wright Field.
					To display at WPAFB Museum Jan 1958, marked as 42-69654, a 'pinball' aircraft.
				11729 to Honduras AF as FAH 402 in 1948/49.  Crashed during the 1950s and was 
					reported to be a hulk on a heap at Tegucigalpa AB.  Registration N9001R
					reserved in 1960 by Bob Bean aircraft of Hawthorne, CA but NTU.  The
					aircraft (or remains) reported 1983 with Dan Chavatal.
				11730 to Honduras AF as FAH 403 in 1948/49.  Damaged in FAH service.  
					Registration N9002R reserved in 1960 by Bob Bean Aircraft, Hawthorne, CA
					but NTU.  Aircraft did not return to USA, and was reported in the 1980s
					to be mounted on a pole at Tegucigalpa AB.  
				11731 to Honduras AF as FAH 404 in 1948/49.  To Bob Bean Aircraft of Hawthorne,
					CA Feb 2, 1960 as N9004R.  Later acquired by Confederate
					AF, destroyed by fire Mar 6, 1964.  Hulk reported stored.
				11732 to Honduras AF  in 1948/49.  Now at Museo del Aire de Honduras
43-11736/12092		Bell P-63E-1-BE Kingcobra
					Contract cancelled.
43-12093/12492		North American P-51B-1-NA Mustang
				MSN 102-24541/24940.
				12094 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Nov 16, 1944 to Sep 9, 1947
					Used for aerodynamics research. The propeller of the aircraft was removed and its oil and 
					coolant ducts blocked so that it resembled the wind tunnel model. The aircraft was towed aloft 
					by a P-61 and released. Careful measurements of longitudinal deceleration were used to 
					determine aircraft drag, and the pilot of the Mustang made a powerless, gliding landing.
					Used for transonic model tests
				12095 (MSN 102-24543) Retained by North American Aviation, Los Angeles. Received a trial dorsal fin fillet that 
					was later retrofitted to operational aircraft as a field modification. 340th Base Unit (Combat Crew 
					Training Station), Bartow Field, FL. Crash landed after fuel exhaustion at Bartow Field 12Feb45
				12101 modified to P-51D standards.
				12102 tested with bubble canopy installation.
				12105 assigned to Langley Field, VA
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research 
					Center, Langley Field, VA Aug 16, 1943 to Jan 4, 1951.  Registered as NACA 105.used for full-scale 
					wind tunnel drag tests at NACA Langley Sep 1943.  Prop was removed and ducts
					were blocked and all seams smoothed over.  Salvaged at Langley Field, VA
				12111 used by NACA for drag measurements.  Propeller was removed and ducts were blocked and plane was towed 
					aloft and released.
				12113 to RAF as Mustang III FX848.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF service  With 355th FS, 354th FG,
	`				9th AF shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Valenciennes, France Feb 8, 1944.
					MACR 2336.  Pilot killed.
				12114 assigned to Bartow Field, FL.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley 
					Field, VA Jun 11, 1945 to Jul 24, 1945.  Used by NACA at Langley for various experimental purposes.
					Crashed Jul 24, 1945
				12122 to RAF as Mustang III FX849.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF service.  To 362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF and
					was shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit Apr 11, 1944 20 mi NE of Magdeburg, Germany.
					MACR 3732.  Pilot killed.
				12124 to RAF as Mustang III FX850.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF service.  To 364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF and 
					crashed due to bad weather near Ostend, Belgium Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3400.  Pilot killed.
				12125 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crash landed at Nancheng Guangdong, China after ran out of fuel Jun 13, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12126 to RAF as Mustang III FX851.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF service.  Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown
					by Uffz Siegfried Rudchinat of JG 11/10 at Mellbystrand, Sweden Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4214.  Pilot bailed out
					but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				12127 to RAF as Mustang III FX852,  No RAF service, used by Rolls-Royce for tests.
					SOC Nov 9, 1946
				12128 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crash landed at Nancheng Guangdong, China after ran out of fuel Jun 13, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12129 (47th Depot Repair Squadron, 47th Air Depot Group, 10t AF) in takeoff accident at Barrackpore, West Bengal,
					India Mar 17, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12131 (362rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Leipzig, Germany Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2417.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12136 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crash landed at Nancheng Guangdong, China after ran out of fuel Jun 13, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				12139 crashed near Polk City Mar 18, 1944.  SOC Mar 19, 1944.
				12140 (74th FS, 23rd FG) crashed during ferry flight 15 mi N of Liuchow, China No 7, 1944.  MACR 10068.
					Pilot bailed out and landed safely 20 mi N of Liuchow airfield.
				12142 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known, and may
					never have been issued.
				12143 to RAF as Mustang III FX873.  Missing near Dreux Jun 24, 1944, presumed shot down
					by enemy fighters
				12144 to RAF as Mustang III FX874.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				12145 to RAF as Mustang III FX875.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service.  With 503rd FS, 
					339th FG, 8th AF collided in midair with P-51B 43-6439 and crashed at Grange Farm at Black Peek,
					Cheshire, England Feb 12, 1945.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12146 to RAF as Mustang III FX876.  Crashed near Rayne Aug 2, 1945 after rudder jammed
					and pilot thrown out of aircraft.
				12147 (359th FG, 370th FS, 8th AF, "Mary S") captured by Luftwaffe Jul 21, 1944 when pilot made a belly landing after
					being hit by AAA.  MACR 6833.  Pilot became POW.  This plane had been originally delivered to RAF 
					as Mustang III FX877, but was returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.
				12148 to RAF as Mustang III FX878.  Stalled on approach and crashed 1/2 mi W of Brenzett Sep 13, 1944
				12149 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crash landed 1/4 mi E of RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Aug 16, 1944.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12150 (434th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Leiston, Suffolk, England
					after ran out of fuel Feb 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12151 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Aug 25, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12152 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause on Isle of Jersey off Normandy, France
					Feb 8, 1944.  MACR 2337.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12154 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed after midair collision near Wootton Grange, Wootton, England
					Sep 8, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12155 to RAF as Mustang III SR417.  SOC Jan 14, 1947.  Must have been returned to USAF since was in taxiing accident at
					RAF Boxted with 355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF Nov 29, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12156 (109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 mi E of Villedieu-Les-Poeles, France Jun 6, 1944.
					MACR 5545.  Pilot killed.
				12157 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 mi NE of Aachen, near Holzminden, Germany Apr 26, 1944.
					MACR 4233.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12158 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed into North Sea due to bad weather Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 2804.  Pilot killed.
				12159 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels up belly landing at Panworth Hall, Ashill, England Apr 5, 1944
					due to engine failure.  Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed.
				12160 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by AA and 
					crashed at Friesheim, 11 km N of Euskirchen, Germany
					Dec 11, 1944.  MACR 10875.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12161 to RAF as Mustang III SR406.  Sold for scrap May 7, 1947.  Must have been returned to USAAF since with 353rd
					FS, 354th FG, 9th AF shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Maj. Heinz Bar of JG 1/6 Feb 21, 1944.  MACR 2329.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12162 355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF; code YF- 
				12163 496th FTG, 554th FTS, 8th AF; code B9-A
				12164 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 15h FRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 
					flown by unknown pilot and unit about 20 mi SW of Frankfurt, Germany Mar 14, 1945.  MACR 13108.  Pilot killed.
				12165 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff 1/4 mi SW of Nayland, England Mar 1, 1944.  Pilot killed,
					aircraft destroyed.
				12167 to RAF as Mustang III FX898.  Flew into high ground in cloud 5 mi N of Llangollen
					May 5, 1945
				12168 to RAF as Mustang III FX899.  SOC Feb 22, 1947
				12169 to RAF as Mustang III FX900.  SOC Dec 19, 1946
				12170 (354th FG, 53rd FS) engine failed and ditched into North Sea
					40 mi off Great Yarmouth, UK Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1509.  Pilot killed.
				12171 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Aug 10, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12172 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England
					due to engine failure Sep 4, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed.
				12173 (359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff 1 1/2 mi S of RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, England
					due to engine failure Feb 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12174 (2nd Combat Crew Replacement center, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey,
					Lincolnshire, England Jan 3, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12175 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3560.  Fate of pilot
					unknown.
				12177 to RAF as Mustang III SR414.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				12178 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in ground accident at RAF Boxted, Essex, England Jan 4, 1944.  Aircraft was
					destroyed.
				12179 (361st FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Apr 12, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft DBR and washed out.
				12180 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Ofw Rudolf Haninger of JG 1/4 near Ghent,
					France Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 2046.  Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				12183 to RAF as Mustang III SR418.  Crashed near Messing-cum-Inworth
					Feb 18, 1945 after pilot bailed following collision with P-47
					during mock attack.  Conflict here, since MACR 4753 has this plane as being shot down with 353rd FS, 
					354th FG, 9th AF by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Georg Fureder, of JG 11/5 May 12, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became
					POW.
				12184 479th FG, 436th FS, 8th AF; code 9B- 			war weary Hack.
				12185 496th FTG, 555th FTS, 8th AF; code C7-A.  20th FG, 79th FS, 8th AF; code  MC-W			war weary Hack.
				12186 (369th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Sompuis 20 mi W of St. Dizier, France Aug 18, 1944.  MACR 8126.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				12187 (362rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Obgefr Krames of JG 1/4 Jan 24, 1944 west of Brussels
					near Ghent, Belgium.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12188 355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF; code WR- .  357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF; code G4- 
				12189 to RAF as Mustang III SR413.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				12190 (555th FTS, 496 FTG, 8th AF) collided in midair with P-38J 42-67682 1 mi SE of Barton-on-Humber,
					England and crashed May 8, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12193 converted to TP-51B dual-control 2-seater for use by 335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF at Debden, England.  
					Serialled 312193WW (war weary)
				12194 (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Royston, Hertfordshire, England after
					ran out of fuel Mar 16, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12195 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Nov 27, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				12195 (4th FG) was war-weary aircraft converted to 2-seater
					for training purposes.  
				12196 (354th FG, 356th FS) pilot became anoxic and crashed
					into English Channel 1 mi S of Portland Bill, UK Dec 11, 1943.  
					MACR 1457.  Pilot MIA.  Possible oxygen system failure.
				12197 (354th FG, 353rd FS) crashed Apr 15, 1944 near village of Klein Ulsda
					in Groningen, Netherlands after being hit by flak.  Pilot bailed out
					but his parachute did not open and he was killed.  MACR 4107
				12198 converted to 2-seater for use by 4th FG, then 356th FG.  Made belly landing with 356th FG, 359th FS, 8th AF
					Sep 10, 1945 due to fuel system failure near Martlesham Heath, UK.
				12199 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed N of Saarbrucken, Germany due to engine failure Apr 13, 1944.
					MACR 4679.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12201 (MSN 102-24649) 56th Fighter Squadron, 54th Fighter Group, Third Air Force, Bartow Field, FL. Damaged by 
					mechanical failure landing at Bartow Field 10Mar44. 340th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station), 
					Bartow Field, FL. Damaged landing at Bartow Field 22May44. Substantially damaged in an accident 
					taking off from Bartow Field 12Dec44. SOC 1Jan45
				12205 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Pritzwalk, Germany Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3254.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12206 (354th FG, 356th FS) collided in midair with 43-12458 and
					crashed at Ludwigshafen, Germany Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1511.
					Pilot POW.
				12207 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) lost from unknown 
					cause over France Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6651.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				12208 (352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause W of Woolpit, Suffolk, England Sep 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				12209 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot  down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Hptm Gunther Specht of JG 11/2 Stab near
					Oberalben, Germany Feb 11, 1944.  MACR 2168.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12210 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Jun 7, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed.
				12212 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed 7 mi N of Scarborough, England in English Channel Aug 11, 1944.
					Pilot killed.
				12213 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Aug 14, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12214 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed after midair collision at River Humber Tideway, England Jul 26, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12216 (461st Service Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Heston airfield, Middlesex, England Oct 13, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12218 to RAF as Mustang III FX923.  SOC Dec 19, 1946
				12219 to RAF as Mustang III FX924.  SOC Feb 14, 1947
				12220 to RAF as Mustang III FX925.  Crashed during sweep Mar 5, 1945 after pilot bailed
					out following engine failure
				12221 to RAF as Mustang III FX926.  Missing from sweep to Bruges Sep 3, 1944
				12222 to RAF as Mustang III FX927.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service.  With 355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF
					in landing accident at RAF Boxted, Essex, England due to bad weather Jan 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed. 
				12223 to RAF as Mustang III FX928.  Returned to USAAF Jan 17, 1944, no RAF service.  With 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF
					shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 3 near Brunswick, Germany Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3278.
					Pilot killed.
				12224 to RAF as Mustang III FX929.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				12225 to RAF as Mustang III FX930.  Flew into ground near Sedan in cloud
					Mar 1, 1945
				12226 to RAF as Mustang III FX931.  Dove out of cloud into ground, High
					Bentham Feb 14, 1945
				12227 to RAF as Mustang III FX932.  Returned to USAAF Dec 19, 1943, no RAF service.  To 362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF and
					shot down by Me 262A-1a flown by Lt Franz Schall of Kdo/2 Nowotny over Osnabruck Germany Nov 8, 1944.  
					MACR 12399 and 15834.   Pilot KIA
				12228 to RAF as Mustang III FX933.  SOC Jan 21, 1947
				12229 to RAF as Mustang III FX934.  Wrecked when engine failed on takeoff,
					Chedworth Jul 3, 1944.
				12230 to RAF as Mustang III FX935.  Dove out of cloud into ground near Braintree
					Nov 9, 1944
				12231 to RAF as Mustang III FX936.  SOC Feb 18, 1947
				12232 to RAF as Mustang III FX937.  SOC Feb 20, 1947
				12233 to RAF as Mustang III FX938.  Crash landed 25 mi ESE of Lille Jan 15, 1945
				12234 to RAF as Mustang III FX939.  Missing from sweep over Germany Feb 21, 1945
				12235 to RAF as Mustang III FX940.  Collided with Mustang FZ158 (43-6539) in
					cloud and crashed at Honeywood House, Surrey May 19, 1944
				12236 to RAF as Mustang III FX941.  DBR when swung on landing, Andrews Field Dec 2,1944
				12237 to RAF as Mustang III FX942.  Broke up in dive and crashed 1 mi NE of
					Whitchurch May 30, 1945
				12238 to RAF as Mustang III FX943.  Sold for scrap May 7, 1947
				12239 to RAF as Mustang III FX944.  Shot down by enemy fighters near Dreux
					Jun 24, 1944
				12240 to RAF as Mustang III FX945.  SOC Dec 13, 1946
				12241 to RAF as Mustang III FX946.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				12242 to RAF as Mustang III FX947.  SOC Sep 6, 1946
				12252 (MSN 102-24700) crashed into Lake Louisa
					near Clermont, Florida when engine failed and plane crash landed in the 
					lake Nov 14, 1944.  Pilot killed.  Wreck was discovered in 2001.
					Recovered from Lake Louisa Jul 2001.  Registration N551E allocated Jul 25, 2003.  
					First flight after rebuild Jun 8, 2008.
				12255 (55tth FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed at Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England due to structural failure
					Jun 2, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				12264 to RAF as Mustang III FX948.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1943, no
					RAF service.  "Sweet Suzanne" (354th FG, 355 FS, 8th AF) crashed Mar 3, 1944 near 
					Coevorden, Holland due to engine problems.  MACR 2919.  Pilot H. B. White survived, 
					plane destroyed with help of two farmers.  White joined the
					Dutch underground and remained there until late 1944.  He
					was betrayed to the Gestapo and became a POW.  Escaped in
					April 1945 and went back to Holland.
				12265 to RAF as Mustang III FX949.  Crashed 5 mi N of Beauvais Apr 26, 1944 after
					pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				12266 to RAF as Mustang III FX950.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				12267 to RAF as Mustang III FX951.  Shot down in error by P-38 1 mi NW of
					St Leger Aug 10, 1944
				12268 to RAF as Mustang III FX952.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				12269 to RAF as Mustang III FX953.  SOC Feb 18, 1947
				12270 to RAF as Mustang III FX954.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				12271 to RAF as Mustang III FX955.  Shot down by Fw 190s near Aalborg
					May 6, 1944
				12272 to RAF as Mustang III FX956.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				12273 to RAF as Mustang III FX957.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				12274 to RAF as Mustang III FX958.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				12275 to RAF as Mustang III FX959.  Missing from sweep Jun 7, 1944
				12276 to RAF as Mustang III FX960.  Crashed in Normandy Jun 10, 1944 after
					pilot bailed out following flak hit.
				12277 to RAF as Mustang III FX961.  SOC Feb 24, 1945
				12278 to RAF as Mustang III FX962.  SOC Jan 15, 1947
				12279 to RAF as Mustang III FX963.  Sold for scrap May 7, 1947
				12280 to RAF as Mustang III FX964.  SOC Jan 27, 1947
				12281 to RAF as Mustang III FX965.  SOC Oct 4, 1946
				12282 to RAF as Mustang III FX966.  Transferred to Ministry of Supply Mar 5, 1946
				12283 to RAF as Mustang III FX967.  SOC Feb 12, 1947
				12284 to RAF as Mustang III FX968.  SOC Jul 24, 1944
				12285 to RAF as Mustang III FX969.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				12286 to RAF as Mustang III FX970.  Missing near Dreux Jun 23, 1944
				12287 to RAF as Mustang III FX971.  Shot down by flak near Osnabruck May 7, 1944
				12288 to RAF as Mustang III FX972.  SOC Nov 4, 1946
				12298 506th FTG, Lakeland, FL
				12300 remained in USA as training aircraft.
				12301 converted to F-6C after entered service.  
				12302 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in ground accident 
					while parked at Charleroi Airfield A-87, Gosselies, Belgium Nov 26, 1944.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12305 to RAF as Mustang III FX853.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				12306 to RAF as Mustang III FX854.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				12307 to RAF as Mustang III FX855.  SOC Sep 6, 1946
				12308 to RAF as Mustang III FX856.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service. With 354th FG, damaged by
					friendly fire from P-47s during dogfight with some Bf 109s over enemy territory Feb 10, 1944.  Was able to 
					return to England where pilot bailed out miles from Boxted at Ardleigh.  
				12309 to RAF as Mustang III FX857.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service.
					(354th FG, 356th FS, 9th AF) crashed near Pritzwalk, Germany due to engine failure Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3250..
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				12310 to RAF as Mustang III FX858.  SOC Mar 13, 1947
				12311 to RAF as Mustang III FX859.  SOC Nov 9, 1946
				12312 to RAF as Mustang III FX860.  Crashed and destroyed by fire during
					attempted forced landing at Broomfield Mar 19, 1945 following engine failure.
				12313 to RAF as Mustang III FX861.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1943, no
					RAF service.  (357th FG, 364th FS, 8th AF, "Bear River Betsy") shot down by AAA over island of Rugen, Germany in Baltic Sea
					May 21, 1944.  MACR 4996.  Pilot KIA.
				12314 to RAF as Mustang III FX862.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				12315 to RAF as Mustang III FX863.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF
					service.  (357th FG, 363rd FS, 8th AF, "Old Crow") crashed from unknown cause 20 mi SE of Bremen, Germany Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3401.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12316 to RAF as Mustang III FX864.  SOC Dec 2, 1946
				12317 to RAF as Mustang III FX865.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				12318 to RAF as Mustang III FX866.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				12319 to RAF as Mustang III FX867.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no
					RAF service.  (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3636.
					Fate of pilot unknown.
				12320 to RAF as Mustang III FX868.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.   With 354th FG, 355th FS, "Kid Saginaw" shot down by Uffz Barth in
					Me 410 of ZG 76/5 at Riedebedk, Germany Jun 21. 1944.  MACR 6666.  Pilot KIA.
					MACR wrongly lists serial as 43-12300
				12321 to RAF as Mustang III FX869.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF
					service.  With 355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF crashed on river Stour Holbrook Bay, Suffolk, England due to
					structural failure Mar 11, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12322 to RAF as Mustang III FX870.  Returned to USAAF Dec 25, 1943, no RAF
					service.  364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF; code 5E-21	"Lady Lou"		Clobber College aircraft
				12323 to RAF as Mustang III FX871.  SOC Feb 7, 1947
				12324 to RAF as Mustang III FX872.  SOC Oct 4, 1946
				12329 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashed 7 mi 
					WSW of L'Aigle, France Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 8156.  Pilot saw something on the ground and went into 
					a dive to check it out.  Engine caught fire and aircraft crashed and pilot was killed.
				12330 converted to F-6C after entered service, with 26th FS, 51st FG in China.
					(10th Air Support Command, 10th AF) in landing accident at Kharagpur, West Bengal, India Mar 31, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				12333 assigned to Langley Field, VA.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 11, 1943 to Oct 17, 1943
					Registered as NACA 104.  Assigned to Bell Aircraft, Buffalo, NY
				12338 (109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA SE of Miniac, France and crashed 5 km W of Merlaix,
					France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5528.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				12339 353rd FG, 351st FS, 8th AF; code YJ- 			war weary hack
				12341 (76th FS, 23rd FG) in landing accident at Kweilin airfield, Guangxi, China Jun 8, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12347 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crash landed at Mengshan, China Jul 16, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12352 (76th FS, 23rd FG) in forced landing in China Apr 29, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12355 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by German 
					fighter 2 km SW of Dahlheim, Germany Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9818.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12363 (10th Air Support Command, 10th AF) in ground accident at Barrackpore, West Bengal, India Mar 29, 1944.
					Aircraft was destroyed.
				12368 to RAF as Mustang III FX879.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.  (357th FG, 363rd FS) shot down by AAA over Avesnes Airfield, France while flying with
					354th FG Feb 8, 1944.  MACR 2339.
				12369 to RAF as Mustang III FX880.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				12370 to RAF as Mustang III FX881.  Crash landed and destroyed by fire at
					Aston Down Apr 4, 1944 following loss of power during takeoff
				12371 to RAF as Mustang III FX882.  Blew up during attack on enemy vehicles
					Falaise Jun 15, 1944.
				12372 to RAF as Mustang III FX883.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.  (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Oblt Hans-Heinrich Koenig
					of JG 11/3 between Minden and Brunswick, Germany Feb 21, 1944.  MACR 2328.  Pilot killed.
				12373 to RAF as Mustang III FX884.  Missing Jun 10, 1944, presumed shot down
					by Bf 109s
				12374 to RAF as Mustang III FX885.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				12375 to RAF as Mustang III FX886.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF
					service.  (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 10 km NW of Reims, France Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 8150.
					Pilot killed.
				12376 to RAF as Mustang III FX887.  Shot down by flak near Apeldoorn, Holland Sep 9, 1944
				12377 to RAF as Mustang III FX888.  Flew out of cloud into sea during escort mission Jun 19, 1944
				12378 to RAF as Mustang III FX889. SOC Jan 17, 1947
				12379 to RAF as Mustang III FX890.  SOC Dec 6, 1946
				12380 to RAF as Mustang III FX891.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.  With Detachment B 82nd Airborne Division, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Chantilly airfield Y-65
					Chantilly, France.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12381 to RAF as Mustang III FX892.  Broke up in air and crashed 5 mi NE of
					Andover Aug 27, 1944
				12382 to RAF as Mustang III FX893.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				12383 to RAF as Mustang III FX894.  Returned to USAAF Dec 15, 1943, no RAF
					service.  (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 0.5 km
					E of Goeddeckenrode, 3.5 km Sw of Hornburg, Germany Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4434.  Pilot killed.
				12384 to RAF as Mustang III FX895.  Broke up in air and crashed near Coolham
					Apr 19, 1944
				12385 to RAF as Mustang III FX896.  Shot down by enemy fighters near Arnhem
					Sep 17, 1944
				12386 to RAF as Mustang III FX897.  Missing near Giessen Feb 3, 1945, presumed
					shot down by flak.
				12391 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by 
					AAA 5 mi S ov Tessy-sur-Vire, France Jul 30, 1944.  MACR 7655.  Pilot killed.
				12392 seen on ground at Kunming, China
				12393 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) exploded in midair and disintegrated after shooting at Me 410A over
					Blomberg, Germany Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2327.  Pilot killed.
				12394 (76th FS, 23rd FG) shot down by A6M2 100 mi SSW of Hankow, China May 6, 1944.  MACR 11971.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12395 (76th FS, 23rd FG) shot down by Aichi D3A W of Wuchow, China Oct 4, 1944.  MACR 9608.  Pilot KIA
				12396 converted to F-6C after entered service.  
				12397 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 67th TRG, 109th TRS) crash landed at Charleroi, 
					Belgium Feb 23, 1945.
				12398 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 67th TRG, 109th TRS) crashed in bad weather 
					near Honsfeld, Belgium Mar 1, 1945.
				12399 to RAF as Mustang III SR421.  SOC Mar 14, 1947
				12401 (109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Varsville, France Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 6087.
					Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				12402 (109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire, England
					Feb 24, 1944. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12403 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) hit by AAA and 
					crash landed 3 mi SW of Beuzeville, France Jun 29, 1944.
					MACR 6479. Unknown if pilot survived or evaded.
				12404 converted to F-6C-1-NA after entered service.  (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) crash landed at 
					Lachokow airfield, China Jun 10, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12405 (76th FS, 23rd FG) exploded from unknown cause at Liuchow, China Sep 24, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				12406 (354th FG, 353rd FS) engine failed and crashed into North Sea off Germany
					Dec 20, 1943. MACR 1454.  Pilot KIA
				12407 to RAF as Mustang III SR407.  DBR when belly landed 2.5 mi
					S of Rednal following engine failure Mar 26, 1946
				12408 479th FG, 435th FS, 8th AF; code J2-X	"Tommie"		Hack
				12409 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 10th PRG, 12th TRS) hit by friendly fire and 
					crashed near Prum, Germany Feb 24, 1945
				12411 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Barton-on-Humber, England
					Jul 11, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12412 to RAF as Mustang III SR408.  SOC Jan 21, 1947
				12413 converted to F-6C after entered service.  Transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  To Royal Aircraft
					Establishment, Farnborough, England Oct 18, 1943 for
					gyro gunsight trials.  No RAF serial known and
					probably never allocated.  Must have been returned to USAAF, since became F-6C with 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF
					and crashed from unknown cause 5 mi N of Eschwege Airfield R-11, Hesse, Germany May 10, 1945.  MACR 14405.
					Pilot survived and returned to duty, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12414 (15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rennes airfield A-27, Brittany, France Aug 18, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damged, unknown if repaired.
				12416 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed 2 1/2 mi from Barton-on-Humber, England due to engine failure
					Jul 22, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12417 (77th FS, 20th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Stoney Cross, Hampshire, England May 3, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, repaired and converted to 2 seater for use by 20th FG, 77th FS, 8th AF
				12418 (354th FG, 356th FS) last in bad weather and crashed into North Sea off UK
					Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1508.  Pilot KIA
				12419 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) struck the ground near Rochdale, England
					Jun 4, 1944
				12420 to RAF as Mustang III SR432.  SOC Nov 1, 1946
				12421 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Rivenhall, Essex, England Jan 28, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12422 (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, "Arkansas Traveler") crashed on takeoff at Royston, England due to engine failure Mar 18, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12423 (307th Ferry Squadron, Air Transport Command) in taxiing accident at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England
					while on ferry flight Nov 17, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12424 9555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Mar 1, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12425 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					Oct 21, 1943 for gyro gunsight trials.  Duration of
					stay not known.
				12426 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident 
					at Saint Dizier airfield A-64, Saint Dizier, France
					Oct 3, 1944. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12427 to RAF as Mustang III SR411.  Flew into high ground at night
					near Darwen, England Jul 29, 1945.
				12429 to RAF as Mustang III FX901.  SOC Jan 27, 1947
				12430 to RAF as Mustang III FX902.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.
				12431 to RAF as Mustang III FX903.  Struck ground and crashed near Braintree
					Nov 9, 1944 during snowstorm
				12432 to RAF as Mustang III FX904.  SOC Jan 12, 1947
				12433 to RAF as Mustang III FX905.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.  First USAAF assignment was with the 362nd FS of the 357th FG, 8th AF. 
					Then was transferred to the 368th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF. Declared 'War Weary' and sent to the 
					351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF as the squadron's "hack" aircraft.
					With 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF crashed during wheels-up landing at RAF Raydon, Suffolk,
					England due to engine failure Mar 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12434 to RAF as Mustang III FX906.  Returned to USAAF Jan 1, 1944, no RAF
					service.  With 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF in taxiing accident at RAF Lashenden, Kent, England Jun 8, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12435 to RAF as Mustang III FX907.  Returned to USAAF Jan 1, 1944, no RAF
					service
				12436 to RAF as Mustang III FX908.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and 
					undercarriage collapsed, Andrews Field Mar 12, 1945
				12437 to RAF as Mustang III FX909.  Returned to USAAF Jan 1, 1944, no RAF
					service.  With 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF crashed 6 mi NNW of RAF Boxted, Essex, England due to engine
					failure Mar 11, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12438 to RAF as Mustang III FX910.  Returned to USAAF Jan 17, 1944, no RAF
					service.  Eventually assigned to 55th FG 338th FS, 8th AF as a war weary aircraft.  Suffered
					engine failure and crash landed Dec 9, 1944 and SOC.
				12439 to RAF as Mustang III FX911.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF
					service.  496th FTG, 554th FTS, 8th AF; code B9-P			
					339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF; code D7-P			Crashed ?date - to 359 FG
					359th FG, 369th FS, 8th AF; code IV-Q	"Viola"		To 353 FG 351 FS
					353rd FG, 351st FS, 8th AF; code YJ- 			war weary hack
				12440 to RAF as Mustang III FX912.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				12441 to RAF as Mustang III FX913.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service. With 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF
					crashed from unknown cause at Schwarz Walder forest, Germany Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 4522. Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				12442 to RAF as Mustang III FX914.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service.  With 362nd FS 357th FG, 8th AF shot
					down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Ekkehard Ticky of JG 3/9 Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3109.  Pilot KIA
				12443 to RAF as Mustang III FX915.  Returned to USAAF Dec 28, 1943, no RAF service.  With 355th FS, 354th FG,
					9th AF shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Lt Harro Schluter of JG 3/1 at Sieber Herzberg am Harz,
					SE of Hannover, Germany Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3270.  Pilot killed.
				12444 to RAF as Mustang III FX916.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF service.  359th FG, 369th FS, 8th AF; code IV-X		
				12445 to RAF as Mustang III FX917.  SOC Mar 13, 1947
				12446 to RAF as Mustang III FX918.  Returned to USAAF Dec 25, 1943, no RAF service.
					(354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause Mar 6, 1944 near Grabem, Germany.   MACR 2803. Pilot
					bailed out and taken prisoner.
				12447 to RAF as Mustang III FX919.  Crashed into River Mersey off Speke Oct 14, 1943
				12448 to RAF as Mustang III FX920.  SOC Jan 23,1947
				12449 to RAF as Mustang III FX921.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				12450 to RAF as Mustang III FX922.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				12451 (436th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England when collided
					with P-51D 44-14624 Jan 4, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft was washed out.
				12452 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Dizzy Miss")  engine blew after evading an Fw 190 near Brunswick, got two before
					crash landing at Uelzen Mar 29, 1944. MACR 3447.  Pilot POW.
				12454 353rd FG, 351st FS, 8th AF; code YJ-2			war weary OTU aircraft
				12455 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF, "Blythe Spirit") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Oblt Rudolf Muller of JG 5/3 Jul 1, 1944 NE of
					Laon 10 mi E of St Quentin, France.  MACR 6552.  Able to crash land, pilot survived and evaded.
				12456 to RAF as Mustang III SR419.  Damaged by flak Apr 4, 1945,
					not repaired, presumably subsequently scrapped.
				12458 (354th FG, 355th FS) collided in midair with 43-12206 and crashed at Ludwigshafen, Germany Dec 30, 1943.  
					MACR 1510.  Pilot POW.
				12460 (554th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Mar 1, 1944.
					Only ground crew involved and none injured.  Aircraft badly damaged and washed out.
				12461 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in forced landing at Deux Jumeaux airfield A-4 Basse-Normandie, France due
					to engine failure Jun 28, 1944. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12462 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed at Sible-Hedingham, England due to bad weather Feb 10, 1944.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12463 (MSN 102-24911) Eighth Air Force, England. 370th Fighter Squadron [CS*F], 359th Fighter Group, 
					East Wretham (Station 133), Norfolk. ‘Some Joke’. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Ljungbyhed,
					 Sweden after an escort mission to Peenemünde, Germany 4Aug44. MACR 7433. Pilot interned.
					On this day, three Mustangs made forced landings in Sweden, all from the same unit. The return 
					flight went over Langeland, southern Jutland. Across the Danish islands, one Mustang [44-13939] had 
					a fault in the engine cooling system, high oil temperature. When the oil pressure also went down, the 
					pilot decided to head for Sweden and possibly land on Bulltofta. Two other Mustangs followed to 
					protect the Mustang and ensure that it reached Sweden without any problems. When they saw that the 
					Mustang had reached the Swedish coast, the two escort planes turned off for a trip home to England.
					 But across Denmark, they encountered a German Messerschmitt Bf 110G, coded G9 + HX, which was 
					radar-guided towards the Mustangs in the belief that they were an American bomber rather than two 
					fighters in close formation. The German plane was attacked by the two Mustangs and shot down by 
					the pilot who flew ‘Hot Pants’. After the air battle, the two pilots realized that they had used up so 
					much fuel that it would be difficult for them to reach England. They therefore turned back towards 
					Sweden and flew to Ljungbyhed, Sweden, northeast of Copenhagen, Denmark. The landing was dramatic; 
					they came flying in via Herrevadskloster and went over Thulinvillorna towards hangar 4. F 5 Wing was 
					then a flying school and full of planes on the ground. The two Mustangs came too far in, a so-called 
					positive landing, and had to pull on towards Söderåsen, rose into the air and pulled around for landing. 
					The air defense at Ljungbyhed had until then been kept quiet, but when the Mustangs rose into the air 
					again in a steep right turn, the air defenses thought that the Americans would flee and shelling began. 
					Smoke puffs around the aircraft testified that the air defense was aiming correctly. The planes lowered 
					their landing gear again, went in for landing and then the air defense fell silent. The pilots were interned
					in Mullsjö and returned to England 1Nov44. At the beginning of October 1944, a group of American technicians 
					and pilots began to prepare the two Mustangs that were lined up in Hangar 4 at Ljungbyhed for ferry flight
					to Barkarby. The idea was that all four interned Mustangs in Skåne county would be flown in formation 
					by American pilots. But after the two Mustangs at Ljungbyhed started, they started to buzz the field which 
					ended with ‘Some Joke’ crashing at Ljungbyhed 7Oct44 (1KIS). 
				12464 355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF; code WR-R			war weary
				12466 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed at Assington, Suffolk, England due to mechanical failure Feb 24, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12467 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 10th PRG, 15th TRS) crash landed at Hettange Grande, 
					France Mar 18, 1945.
				12468 (357th FG, 362nd FS, 8th AF, "The Southern Belle") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit May 30, 1944.  MACR 5200.  
					Pilot bailed out but was murdered by civilians.
				12469 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed into ground and exploded NW of Partenay, France Mar 21, 1944.  MACR 3383.
					Pilot killed.
				12470 (364th FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Raydon airfield Suffolk, England Jan 1, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12471 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Leiston airfield Feb 23, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12472 (12th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire, England
					Apr 19, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12473 to RAF as Mustang III SR409.  SOC Mar 3, 1947
				12474 converted to F-6C after entered service.  (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident 
					at Charleroi airfield A-87, Gossielies, Belgium Dec 29, 1944.  Only ground crew involved and none 
					injured, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12475 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Raydon airfield Jan 28, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12477 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Burden Farm Tresham, Gloucestershire,
					England Feb 2, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
				12478 converted to 2 seater for use by 359th FG, 368th FS, 8th AF
				12479 (354th FG, 356th FS) force landed due engine failure at Boxted, UK Jan 5, 1944.
				12480 to RAF as Mustang III SR420. SOC Feb 24, 1947.  Also listed as being damaged during wheels-up belly
					landing at RAF Raydon field, Suffolk, England Jan 23, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				12481 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Dummer Lake, 
					Germany Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2167.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12484 to RAF as Mustang III SR410.  SOC Jan 17, 1947  Conflict here as reported as having ground-looped at RAF
					Boxted, Essex, England Dec 4, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12485 (354th FG, 353rd FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea off Netherlands Feb 3, 1944.  MACR 2230.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12486 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield near Ansbach, Germany Apr 25, 1944.  
					MACR 4187.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12487 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Apr 26, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12488 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) crashed 2 mi S of Barton-on-Humber, England due to structural failure
					Jun 9, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12491 Assigned to Bartow Field, FL.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jun 11, 1945 to Oct 30, 1945
					Used by NACA at Langley for various research purposes.  Assigned to Walnut Ridge, AR.  
43-12493/12495		Aeronca TG-5 Grasshopper
				Aeronca (Aeronautical Corporation of America) TG-5 three place training glider version of the Aeronca L-3. 
					Ordered as Army replacements for three aircraft that went to US Navy for evaluation.
43-12496/12498		Taylorcraft TG-6-TA 
				Ordered as Army replacements for three aircraft that were diverted to US Navy for evaluation.
				To US Navy as XLNT-1 BuNo 36428/36430
43-12499/12501		Piper TG-8
				MSN G-251/253.  Glider version of L-4 Grasshopper.  Evaluated by USN as XLNP-1.  These were ordered as Army
					replacements for 43-3065, 43-3070, and 43-3075 that went to US Navy.
				12499 (MSN G-251) to NC46306  Converted to J3C-65
43-12502/13201		Noorduyn AT-16-ND 
				MSN 14A-801/1500.  North American AT-16 built under license by Noorduyn Aviation. 
					 Lend-Lease to Great Britain as Harvard IIB FS661/FS999 and FT100/FT460.
				12502 (MSN 14A-801) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS661. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 19 Service Flying Training School, 
					Vulcan, Alberta Jun44. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-194. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Sold 1968.
				12503 (MSN 14A-802). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS662. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Crashed and destroyed by fire 17Aug43
				12504 (MSN 14A-803) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS663. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12505 (MSN 14A-804) Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS664. 
					Delivered to Canada Jun43. Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 13 Service 
					Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Crashed near Sainte-Angèle-de-Monnoir, 
					Quebec 10Sep43
				12506 (MSN 14A-805) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS665. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 					
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12507 (MSN 14A-806) ]Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS666. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan Oct43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 31Mar47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16081. F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 10Sep47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 18Jan50; installation of 
					rocket and bomb mountings 20Jan50. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 25Jan50. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 17May61. 
					F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 29Jul65. SOC 29Aug69.
					Conflict:
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Swiss Air Force 16Jul49 as U-320. Accident at Bern 6Aug64. SOC; 
					instructional aircraft for airport fire service
				12508 (MSN 14A-807) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS667. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan Oct43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-179. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. State of the Netherlands, T
					he Hague. Registered 30Jul57 as PH-NID with incorrect MSN 14A-765. Operated by Schreiner & Co NV, 
					The Hague on Dutch Navy target towing contract. Cancelled 22Jan60.  
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as B-179. Withdrawn from use 1962. Scrapped 
				12509 (MSN 14A-808) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS668. Delivered to Canada 3Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 4Dec46. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 28Sep49 as B-182. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground 
					instructional airframe at Deelen AB 1972. Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg AB, 1977. 
					Museum moved to Kamp van Zeist 1980. Loaned to Aviodome Museum, Amsterdam-Schiphol 1975/87. 
					Used for film work. In ‘A Bridge Too Far’ [1976] was painted to represent a Republic P-47C Thunderbolt; code MX-W. 
					Painted as a pseudo Fokker D-XXI ‘141’. Registered 27Jun94 as PH-TBR. Restored to stock Harvard configuration; 
					first flight at Gilze-Rijen 27Apr95. Stichting Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen. Current with the KLu Historic Flight 
					Foundation/Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen Air Base
				12510 (MSN 14A-809) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS669. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  To Swiss Air Force 21Oct49 as U-335. 
					Wrecked when a hangar collapsed at Meiringen, Switzerland 7Feb68. SOC 16Sep69
				12511 (MSN 14A-810). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS670. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No  13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944.  Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 with serial 20204. 
					No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning and modifications, 17Jul51. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 7Aug51. Damaged at Claresholm 4Dec51. The student 
					was killed during a night flying exercise when the aircraft crashed one mile west of Claresholm 21Apr54 (1KIS).
					SOC 19May54 
				12512 (MSN 14A-811) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS671. Delivered to Canada Jun43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944 
				12513 (MSN 14A-812) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS672.  Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 19May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16040. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 16Jun47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 22Dec49; installation of 
					rocket and bomb mountings 9Jan50. Damaged in collision during taxying with Sk 16A #16042 [42-721] 
					at Ljungbyhed 14Nov51. Damaged by propeller strike 1Apr55. F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 20Oct55. F 15 Wing,
					Söderhamn 11Jan57. Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå 6Jul62. F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 19Sep62. SOC 4May71. 
					Ground instructional airframe at Söderhamn for fire training.
				12514 (MSN 14A-813) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS673.  Delivered to Canada Jun43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. 
					Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for 
					ction and assembly 24Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16079.  F 16 Wing, Uppsala 9Sep47. 
					Damaged in collision with a runway border marker on the airfield at Uppsala 20Jun49. 
					CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 25Jan50; installation of rocket and bomb 
					mountings 30Jan50.  F 16 Wing, Uppsala  2Feb50. Force landed with engine problems east of Villberga 
					church 13Jun53, damaging the e propeller blades and oil cooler. F 18 Wing, Tullinge, Botkyrka 10Apr57. 
					Damaged in a ground collision 4Jul57. SOC 30Nov70..
				12515 (MSN 14A-814) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS674. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12516 (MSN 14A-815) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS675. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12517 (MSN 14A-816) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS676. Delivered to Canada Jun43;
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 
					with serial 20203. No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 17Jul51. No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 7Aug51. 
					Crashed 24Jan53. SOC 5Feb53 
				12518 (MSN 14A-817) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS677. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944.
				12519 (MSN 14A-818) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS678. Delivered to Canada Jun43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-404. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50
				12520 (MSN 14A-819) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS679. Delivered to Canada Jun43.
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12521 (MSN 14A-820) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS680. Delivered to Canada Jun43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944.
				12522 (MSN 14A-821) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS681. Delivered to Canada Jun43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 10Jan47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16082. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 16Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 15Feb50; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 23Feb50. Crash landed at Hässlö 10May50 when the 
					right landing gear would not lower. Loaned to F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 14May56. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 11Feb57. Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå Jul57. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 22Sep57. 
					F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 10Jan62. Damaged when towed 10Aug65. SOC 29Aug69.
				12523 (MSN 14A-822) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS682. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 28 Squadron; 2(I) Group Communications Flight. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12524 (MSN 14A-823) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS683. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 134 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47   
				12525 (MSN 14A-824) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS684. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 136 Squadron. SOC 31May45 
				12526 (MSN 14A-825) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS685. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					Transferred to Fleet Air Arm. No 757 Squadron, Puttalam, Ceylon Jul44. SOC 7May47
				12527 (MSN 14A-826) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS686. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 24Apr47
				12528 (MSN 14A-827) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS687. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 21Jun45
				12529 (MSN 14A-828) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS688. Shipped to India Oct43.
					Station Flight, Jessore, Bengal. No 159 Squadron. Recaptured by US Government Nov47
				12530 (MSN 14A-829) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS689. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 167 Wing. British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi, 
					Ramu, Cox’s Bazar. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12531 (MSN 14A-830) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS690. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 7 Squadron (IAF), Ranchi, Bihar. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion at Daltonganj, 
					fifty miles from Ranchi 12Jun44
				12532 (MSN 14A-831) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS691. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 123 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47.
				12533 (MSN 14A-832)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS692. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 9 Squadron (IAF), Cox’s Bazaar, Bengal. SOC 22Feb45
				12534 (MSN 14A-833) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS693. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. British Air Forces South East Asia 
					Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.
				12535 (MSN 14A-834) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS694. Shipped to India Oct43.
					 No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Recovered by US Government Nov47.
				12536 (MSN 14A-835) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS695. Shipped to India Oct43.
					No 155 Squadron. ? 60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal. Presumed lost at sea between Thandwe 
					and Ramree, Burma 13Jun45. Wreck never found. SOC by 1Jan47
				12537 (MSN 14A-836) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS696. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 7May47.
				12538 (MSN 14A-837) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS697. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					Station Flight, Palam, New Delhi.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.
				12539 (MSN 14A-838) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS698. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 169 Wing. No 27 Squadron, Ranchi, Bihar. No 60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal. Abandoned 
					after engine failure in poor visibility and crashed at Tambuk, near Alipore, Bengal 6Dec44  
				12540 (MSN 14A-839) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS699. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 5 Squadron. SOC 27Sep45
				12541 (MSN 14A-840) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS700. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12542 (MSN 14A-841) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS701. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 4 Squadron (IAF). SOC 24Apr47
				12543 (MSN 14A-842) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS702. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana. To  Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12544 (MSN 14A-843)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS703. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					India Communications Unit. Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, 
					Palam, New Delhi. SOC by 1Jan47.  
				12545 (MSN 14A-844) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS704. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 26Sep46
				12546 (MSN 14A-845) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS705. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. SOC 24Apr47
				12547 (MSN 14A-846) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS706. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 9 Squadron (IAF), Cox’s Bazaar, Bengal. SOC 24Apr47
				12548 (MSN 14A-847) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS707. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 67 Squadron. No 7 Squadron (IAF), Ranchi, Bihar. To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12549 (MSN 14A-848) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS708. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 353 Squadron. No 11 Squadron; Ferry Flight, Trichinopoly, Madras. SOC 24Apr47 
				12550 (MSN 14A-849)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS709. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 82 Squadron, Imphal, Bengal. Crash landed when ground looped in a 30 mph crosswind 
					and the undercarriage collapsed at Tulihal, Imphal, Assam 2Apr45  
				12551 (MSN 14A-850) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS710. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 215 Squadron. Crashed with fuel exhaustion two miles east of Sandeshall 9Sep44
				12552 (MSN 14A-851) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS711. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province.
					No 232 Group Communications Squadron.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12553 (MSN 14A-852) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS712. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 42 Squadron. SOC 19Jun47
				12554 (MSN 14A-853) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS713. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  No 1331 Communications Flight, 
					Risalpur, North West Frontier. Struck from behind by P-47D Thunderbolt KL310 [44-20899] whilst
					taxying on the runway at Risalpur, North West Frontier Province 20Sep45. SOC 18Oct45.
				12555 (MSN 14A-854) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS714. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					India Communications Unit. British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, 
					Palam, New Delhi. Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. 
					SOC 24Apr47.
				12556 (MSN 14A-855) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS715. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. Landed after night flying with landing gear 
					retracted at Poona 30Nov44. No 1340 (Special Duties) Flight, Cannanore, Kerala. SOC 24Apr47
				12557 (MSN 14A-856) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS716; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Jan47 as FS716, later as B-24.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Used for fire practice 1959
				12558 (MSN 14A-857) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS717; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Feb48 
					as FS717, later as B-117. To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1961
				12559 (MSN 14A-858) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS718. Aeroplane & Armament Experimental
					Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire. Empire Test Pilots’ School (ETPS), Cranfield, 
					Bedfordshire. Crashed on fire at Millbrook, Bedfordshire 29Jul46
				12560 (MSN 14A-859) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS719; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov47 
					as FS719, later as B-106. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1951  
				12561 (MSN 14A-860) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS720.  No 91 Squadron, Duxford, 
					Cambridgeshire Mar46. Fighter Command Communications Squadron, Northolt, Middlesex Oct46.
					SOC 30Apr51.
				12562 (MSN 14A-861) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS721; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark.
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 13May47 as FS721. Reserialled 1948 as 31-307, 
					Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. WFU 31Jul58. 
					Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 30Mar60
				12563 (MSN 14A-862) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS722. Air Transport Auxiliary. No 11 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit May45.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Jun45. SOC 4Oct50
				12564 (MSN 14A-863) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS723. .To Air Transport Auxiliary. 
					Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan48 as FS723, later as B-113. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Destroyed in a hangar 
					fire at Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands 30Oct61. Departing from Eindhoven, a KLu Republic F-84F 
					Thunderstreak, serial P-111 (52-7145) suffered control problems and the pilot elected to carry 
					out an emergency landing at Gilze-Rijen Air Base. The airplane went off the runway and crashed	
					into a hangar, killing the pilot. The accident destroyed five North American AT-16 Harvard and 
					seven Piper L-18C, L-21A and L-21B Super Cub aircraft were damaged or destroyed.
				12565 (MSN 14A-864) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS724; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct47 
					as FS724, later as B-96.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with Harvard B-129 (43-13053) near Oosterhout, northeast of 
					Breda 16Oct51 (1KIS) 
				12566 (MSN 14A-865) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS725.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, 
					Warwickshire Apr45.  No 2 Flying Training School Jul47. Crash landed at Church Lawford, Warwickshire 9Jan48
				12567 (MSN 14A-866) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS726; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FS726, later as B-81. 
					Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				12568 (MSN 14A-867) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS727; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as FS727, later as B-116. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1964
				12569 (MSN 14A-868) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS728 no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov47 
					as FS728, later as B-104. Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FS728; 
					returned to the Netherlands Aug49.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. Honcoop Trading Co, Veen, Netherlands. Registered 10Feb70 as PH-SKL; cancelled 15Sep72.
					Used by a sky-writing company and fitted with an oil smoke system. Registered 16Oct72 as G-BAFM; 
					cancelled 28Dec95 on export to Switzerland. Registered 23Jan96 as HB-RCP; cancelled 31Dec04. 
					Registered 2005 as D-FRCP. Meiermotors, Bremgarten 2010
				12570 (MSN 14A-869) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS729. SOC on arrival UK 5Sep43  
				12571 (MSN 14A-870) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS730.  No 2 Flying Training School Apr45. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan48 as FS730, 
					later as B-128.  To Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Mar53 as H81. WFU Apr56. 
					Technical School, Saffraanberg, Belgium as ground instructional airfram  
				12572 (MSN 14A-871) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS731; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan48 
					as FS731, later as B-119. Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FS731; 
					returned to the Netherlands Aug49.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1962.
				12573 (MSN 14A-872). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS732. No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire May45. No 1 Flying Training School Jul52. SOC May57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey   
				12574 (MSN 14A-873) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS733. Air Transport Auxiliary, White Waltham, 
					Berkshire May44.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct47 
					as FS733, later as B-95.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1959  
				12575 (MSN 14A-874) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS734.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 7Feb45; code BL. Recovered by US Government 1945. 
					Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 
					to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, 
					Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45.  To  Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 
					as FS734; code BL. Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AB. Flygeskolen, 
					Gardermoen 27Mar47. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo 25Mar53. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, 
					Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 27Aug54. WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing 
					Jarlsberg 25Nov55 to Denmark, France, Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey. 
					To Turkish Air Force / Türk Hava Kuvvetleri Dec55 as 7363
				12576 (MSN 14A-875) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS735. No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Mar46. 
					Spun during aerobatics and crashed at Upwood, Cambridgeshire 17Sep49.
				12577 (MSN 14A-876). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS736. Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough. 
					No 22 Reserve Flying School, Teversham, Cambridgeshire Jun50.  No 19 Reserve Flying School Jul50. 
					No 11 Reserve Flying School; Aug50.  No 1 Flying Training School Feb51. Struck a tree and DBR at 
					Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire 8Dec51  
				12578 (MSN 14A-877) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS737; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FS737, later as B-7. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1959
				12579 (MSN 14A-878) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS738.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, 
					Warwickshire Apr45.  No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan46. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. Flying Refresher School, 
					Finningley, Doncaster, Yorkshire Apr50.  No 101 Flying Refresher School, Finningley, Doncaster, Yorkshire Apr51. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Dec51. No 2 Flying Training School Jul53. SOC May54  
				12580 (MSN 14A-879) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS739. No 164 Squadron Apr46. Station Flight, Middle Wallop, 
					Hants Oct46.  No 1 Squadron, Tangmere, West Sussex Aug47. Station Flight, Middle Wallop Oct47. 
					Station Flight, Thorney Island, Hants Feb48. No 203 Advanced Flying School May48. No 226 Operational 
					Conversion Unit Sep49. No 613 (City of Manchester) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Ringway, 
					Cheshire Sep51. SOC May57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				12581 (MSN 14A-880) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS740; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS740, later as B-17. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1959
				12582 (MSN 14A-881) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS741; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44. Air Bombing & Gunnery School, Egypt Apr45. No 249 Squadron. 
					Crash landed at Landing Ground H5, Transjordan 29Mar49
				12583 (MSN 14A-882). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS742.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire May45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan47. ? 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Jan50. Crashed after take-off from Ternhill at Mickley, Shropshire 20Aug52  
				12584 (MSN 14A-883) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS743; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep48 as FS743, later as B-140. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off Sep61  
				12585 (MSN 14A-884) .Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS744.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Mar46. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), Brize Norton, 
					Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar50. 
					Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Aug51. SOC 19Feb54.
				12586 (MSN 14A-885). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS745. No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, 
					Warwickshire Apr45. The pilot lost control during firing practice, spun and crashed at Exhall, Warwickshire 23Apr46 (1KIS  
				12587 (MSN 14A-886) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS746.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Aug52. Crash landed out of fuel at Packington, Leicestershire 6Apr53)  
				12588 (MSN 14A-887)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS747; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44.  No 2 French Technical Liaison Unit, Blida, Algeria [May46]. 
					No 11 Flying Instructor School, Cyprus. Crashed on landing at Nicosia, Cyprus 30Dec46  
				12589 (MSN 14A-888) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS748.   No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Apr45. 
					No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. SOC 30Apr51.  
				12590 (MSN 14A-889) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS749; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec47 as FS749, later as B-109. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 1951
				12591 (MSN 14A-890) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS750; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44. Air Bombing & Gunnery School, Egypt Apr45. SOC 25Apr46  
				12592 (MSN 14A-891) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS751; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS751, later as B-13. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Scrapped 1951
				12593 (MSN 14A-892) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS752.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jul45. Flying Training Command Communications Flight, Woodley, 
					Berkshire Jul45; Home Command Examining Unit, White Waltham, Berkshire Mar53; Home Command 
					Communications Squadron Oct53. Nottingham University Air Squadron, Newton, Nottinghamshire Mar54. SOC 13Dec54.
				12594 (MSN 14A-893) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS753. No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire May45.  No 1 Flying Training School Jul47. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar48.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Dec49. Crashed during aerobatics three miles northwest of Ternhill, Shropshire 22Jun53.  
				12595 (MSN 14A-894) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS754; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS754. Gilze-Rijen Air Base. 
					Damaged by a technical malfunction landing at Gilze-Rijen Air Base 12Dec46. Reserialled as B-6. 
					Scrapped 1948 and parts used for B-30 [43-13141].
				12596 (MSN 14A-895)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS755.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell,
					 Lincolnshire May45.  No 1 Flying Training School Jul47. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar48. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep48. SOC Dec56  
				12597 (MSN 14A-896)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS756.  No 2 Flying Training School Apr45. 
					No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Mar46.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Sep46. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jul47. ? 22 Service Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jan50. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Feb50.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, 
					Nottinghamshire Mar53. SOC Mar55  
				12598 (MSN 14A-897) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS757.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Feb45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45.  No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, 
					Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire May48. Station Flight, Halton, Bucks Oct48. 
					No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Jan49. Flying Refresher School, 
					Finningley, Doncaster, Yorkshire May49.  No 101 Flying Refresher School, Finningley, Doncaster, 
					Yorkshire Apr51.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Nov51. 
					Crashed during overshoot at Ternhill, Shropshire 6May53
				12599 (MSN 14A-898) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS758.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. RAF College, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 2 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit Aug47.  No 7 Flying Training School Mar48. 
					Station Flight, Wittering, Cambridgeshire May48. No 2 Flying Training School Nov48. 
					No 11 Reserve Flying School, Perth, Scotland Jun50. No  3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Jul51. SOC Sep57 
				12600 (MSN 14A-899) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS759. 
					No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. SOC 30Apr51 
				12601 (MSN 14A-900) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS760. Norwegian Training Base, 				
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 3Jul45; code AA. Recovered by US Government 1945. 
					Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to 
					Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, 
					Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45.  
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS760; code AA. Feltflyvingen, 
					Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AC. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 
					Damaged when the aircraft nosed over caused by hard braking 27Apr49. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen Aug50. 
					Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Dec50. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Aug51. 334 Skvadron, 
					Sola, Stavangeradron, Sola, Stavanger 1Jul52. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim 3Dec52. 
					Flygeskolen, Fornebu, Oslo Mar53. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo Nov53. Damaged landing 
					at Kjeller 11Oct54 when a strong crosswind caused a ground loop with the left landing gear contacting a 
					manhole, tipping the aircraft over onto its back. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim after 
					repair Jun55. WFU Aug55 and transferred from Værnes to LKØ Jarlsberg. Donated to Turkey. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg to Torslanda, Gothenburg, Sweden 21Sep55; 
					Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark 22Sep55; Eelde, Netherlands 23Sep55; Laon and Orly, Paris, France 26Sep55; 
					Lyon and Nice, France 27Sep55; Pisa, Italy 30Sep55; Naples, Italy 1Oct55; Brindisi, Italy 3Oct55; Athens, Greece 
					to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey 4Oct55.  To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 4Oct55 as 7351. WFU
				12602 (MSN 14A-901) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS761. No 54 Squadron Apr46. Station Flight, 
					Odiham, Hants Oct46. SOC 30Apr51
				12603 (MSN 14A-902) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS762.  No 2 Flying Training School Apr45. 
					No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Mar46.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Sep46. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jul47. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov50.  No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
					Gwelo Jul51. Crashed during aerobatics eight miles southwest of Gwelo, Southern Rhodesia 23Apr52
				12604 (MSN 14A-903) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS763.  Norwegian Training Base, 			
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 3Jul45; code AB. Recovered by US Government 1945. 
					Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing 
					Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, 
					Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS763; code AB. Feltflyvingen, 
					Gardermoen, Norway 22Nov45. During taxying at Gardermoen 30Apr46, the plane collided
					with a trailer that stood parked on the taxiway. The plane suffered some damage to the right wing. 
					Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AD. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, 
					Oslo Jan51. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim 27Apr54. Dismantled and transported 
					by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten Jan55. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg Jun55. WFU. 
					Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 26Oct55 to Denmark, France, 
					Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey 8Nov55. 
					To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 8Nov55 as 7359
				12605 (MSN 14A-904) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS764.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. 
					Hit the ground during a low level roll and crashed at Hibaldstow, Lincolnshire 16Aug46 (2KIS)  
				12606 (MSN 14A-905) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS765; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct47 
					as FS765, later as B-102. Written off at Birdaard, Netherlands 7May52
				12607 (MSN 14A-906) 5th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
					Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Damaged landing at Albany, NY 7Jul43. 
					Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS766. No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, 
					Perthshire, Scotland Mar45. No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark.
					To  Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 19Dec46 as FS766. Reserialled 1948 as 31-308, 
					Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. WFU 15Apr59.
					Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 3May60. 
				12608 (MSN 14A-907) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS767. No 587 Squadron May45. 
					No 691 Squadron, Weston Zoyland, Somerset Jun46.  No 595 Squadron Sep46. 
					No 1 Flying Training School May51.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Dec51; 
					Glasgow University Air Squadron Jan56; Edinburgh University Air Squadron, Turnhouse, 
					Scotland Jan56; Glasgow University Air Squadron May56. Aberdeen University Air Squadron, 
					Dyce, Aberdeenshire Jul56; Glasgow University Air Squadron Aug56; 
					St Andrews University Air Squadron, Crail, Scotland Feb57. SOC Sep57 
				12609 (MSN 14A-908) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS768. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 21Feb45; code AC. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, 
					near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, 
					Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS768; code AC. Feltflyvingen, 
					Gardermoen 22Nov45. Crash landed when the pilot forgot to lower the landing gear 
					at Gardermoen 18Jan46. Landing at Gardermoen 22May46, the flare was too high 
					and the aircraft was caught by a gust of wind, damaging the left wing tip and undercarriage. 
					Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AE. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. Flygeskolen, 
					Sola, Stavanger 22Dec50. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim 13Nov51. 
					Loaned to Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger 1Mar52. Flygeskolen Værnes 16Oct52. Damaged 
					landing at Værnes 28Aug53. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), 
					Horten Dec53. Flygeskolen Værnes 11May54. Crashed when the student pilot failed to 
					recover from a spin at Skjenstadåsen, Malvik, 14kms WSW of Værnes 26Jan55 (2KIS).
				12610 (MSN 14A-909) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS769; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Middle East Sep44. No 11 Flying Instructor School.  No 8 Squadron Feb48. SOC 15Sep50
				12611 (MSN 14A-910) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS770.  No 587 Squadron May45. 
					No 691 Squadron, Weston Zoyland, Somerset Jun46.  No 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, 
					Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Turnhouse, Edinburgh Aug46.  No 22 Reserve Flying School, Teversham, 
					Cambridgeshire Jun50.  No 11 Reserve Flying School, Perth, Scotland Jul50. 
					No 101 Refresher Flying School Apr51. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep51. SOC May57 
				12612 (MSN 14A-911) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS771. no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Feb47 as FS771, later as B-137.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. Destroyed in a hangar fire at Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands 30Oct61. Departing 
					from Eindhoven, a KLu Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, serial P-111 (52-7145) suffered control 
					problems and the pilot elected to carry out an emergency landing at Gilze-Rijen Air Base. 
					The airplane went off the runway and crashed into a hangar, killing the pilot. The accident 
					destroyed five North American AT-16 Harvard and seven Piper L-18C, L-21A and L-21B Super 
					Cub aircraft were damaged or destroyed
				12613 (MSN 14A-912) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS772.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 26Jun45; code AD. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, 
					Norway 12Nov45.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS772; code AD. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AF. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 
					Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Dec50. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo Jun51. 
					Luftkrigsskolen (Air Force College), Fornebu, Oslo Jan54. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), 
					Værnes, Trondheim Apr54. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), 
					Horten 3Dec54. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg. WFU. Donated to Turkey. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, Italy and 
					from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey.  To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7375.
				12614 (MSN 14A-913)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS773. 
					No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Jun47. No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Jan48. Crash landed four miles west of Ternhill, Shropshire 28Oct52
				12615 (MSN 14A-914) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS774; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep47 as FS774, later as B-92.
					 Crash landed after a mid-air collision with Harvard B-39 (43-13178) at Gilze-Rijen Air Base, 
					Netherlands 12Jul49. Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				12616 (MSN 14A-915) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS775; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Jan48 as FS775, later as B-111.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 196
				12617 (MSN 14A-916) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS776.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar51.  No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Jun51. 
					No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug53. Stored. SOC Dec53
				12618 (MSN 14A-917) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS777; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as FS777, later as B-134. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 1958.  
				12619 (MSN 14A-918) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS778; Handling Squadron Oct43.
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FS778, later as B-72. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1966  
				12620 (MSN 14A-919) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS779. Shipped to India Oct43.
					 No 28 Squadron. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12621 (MSN 14A-920) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS780. Shipped to India Oct43. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. 
					Ground looped and left t landing gear collapsed landing at Risalpur 25Aug44. SOC 24Apr47
				12622 (MSN 14A-921) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS781. Shipped to India. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Nosed over 
					after a night flight landing at Peshawar, Punjab 27Nov44. Ground looped on landing at 
					Peshawar, Punjab 11May45; landing gear collapsed, wing, aileron and flap damaged. 
					Shipped to Far East. Far East Communications Squadron, Changi, Singapore Oct47. 
					Station Flight, Seletar, Singapore Nov48. Far East Communications Squadron, Changi, 
					Singapore Oct49. Accident, DBR 28Jul50
				12623 (MSN 14A-922). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS782. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12624 (MSN 14A-923) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS783. Shipped to India. 
					British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. 
					Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12625 (MSN 14A-924)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS784. Shipped to India. 
					No 9 Squadron (IAF), Cox’s Bazaar, Bengal. Special Low Attack Instructors School, 
					Ranchi, Bihar.  No 8 Squadron (IAF). Recovered by US Government Nov47  
				12626 (MSN 14A-925) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS787.  SOC Sep 1947.  
					Burma Communications Squadron. Recoverred by US Government Nov47
				12627 (MSN 14A-926) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS786. Shipped to India. 
					No 9 Squadron (IAF), Cox’s Bazaar, Bengal. Crashed during low level roll at Feni, Chittagong 21Nov44 (2KIS)
				12628 (MSN 14A-927) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS787. Shipped to India. 			
					No 20 Squadron Aug46. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47 as HT291. 		
					Indian Air Force Museum, Palam AB, Delhi 1968/14; flew until 1989, then displayed 
					in museum. Air freighted to England for restoration to fly. Registered 7Dec11 as G-CGYM; 
					cancelled 4Nov14 on export to India. Restored at Leicester; first flight 1Jul14. 
					Ferried to RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire 11Jul14; air freighted by Indian Air Force C-17 
					to New Delhi 26Jul14. Indian Air Force Historic Flight 4Nov14 as HT291.
				12629 (MSN 14A-928) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS788. Shipped to India. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. SOC 19Jun47  
				12630 (MSN 14A-929) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS789. Shipped to India. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. British Air Forces South East 
					Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi.  No 1 Service Flying Training 
					School (India), Ambala, Haryana. Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana. 
					SOC 24Apr47
				12631 (MSN 14A-930) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS790. Shipped to India. 
					No 225 Group Communications Squadron. SOC 24Apr47
				12632 (MSN 14A-931) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS791. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12633 (MSN 14A-932)  8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Berry Field, Nashville, TN. 
					Damaged taxying at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 16Jul43.  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS792. 
					Shipped to India. Airborne Forces Training Unit, Amarda Road, Odisha. SOC 24Apr47.
				12634 (MSN 14A-933) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS793. Shipped to India. 
					British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. 
					Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. SOC 30May46  
				12635 (MSN 14A-934) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS794. Shipped to India. 
					Special Low Attack Instructors School, Ranchi, Bihar. No 216 Squadron. No 357 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47
				12636 (MSN 14A-935) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS795. Shipped to India. 
					No 45 Squadron Jan48. SOC 25Mar48.
				12637 (MSN 14A-936) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS796. Shipped to India. 
					No 159 Squadron. SOC 29Aug46
				12638 (MSN 14A-937) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS797. Shipped to India. 
					No 67 Squadron. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12639 (MSN 14A-938) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS798. Shipped to India. 
					No 160 Squadron. SOC 19Jun47.
				12640 (MSN 14A-939). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS799. Shipped to India. 
					No 28 Squadron. 355 Squadron. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12641 (MSN 14A-940)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS800. Shipped to India. 
					No 60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal. SOC 24Apr47.  
				12642 (MSN 14A-941) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS801. Shipped to India. 
					No 194 Squadron.  No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra.  
					No 319 Maintenance Unit, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Ground looped in a crosswind 
					landing and the landing gear collapsed when the left wing struck the runway at Bhopal 28Aug45.
				12643 (MSN 14A-942) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS802. Shipped to India. 
					No 322 Maintenance Unit, Chakeri, United Provinces. Spun and crashed performing 
					unauthorised low level aerobatics at Chakeri 16Aug46 (2KIS)  
				12644 (MSN 14A-943) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS803. Shipped to India;
					no record of RAF service in India.  ToRoyal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12645 (MSN 14A-944) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS804. Shipped to India. 
					No 211 Squadron. SOC 1Jan45  
				12646 (MSN 14A-945) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS805. Shipped to India. 
					No 22 Squadron. Damaged while parked in collision by Beaufighter X KW399 which 
					ground looped during take-off at Chiringa, Bengal.  No 353 Squadron. SOC 24Apr47 
				12647 (MSN 14A-946) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS806.Shipped to India. 
					No 203 Squadron.  No 222 Group Communications Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon. 
					No 20 Armament Practice Camp, Ratmalana, Ceylon. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47   
				12648 (MSN 14A-947) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS807. Shipped to India. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Ground 
					looped on landing and hit concrete post on the perimeter track at Peshawar, Punjab 5Mar45. 
					SOC 24Apr47  
				12649 (MSN 14A-948) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS808. Shipped to India. 
					No 62 Squadron. SOC 19Jun47.
				12650 (MSN 14A-949) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS809. Shipped to India. 
					No 22 Squadron. SOC 31May45
				12651 (MSN 14A-950) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS810. Shipped to India. 
					No 117 Squadron. SOC 4Oct45
				12652 (MSN 14A-951) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS811. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Transferred to USAAF in India as 43-12652. 
					CBI Fighter Operational Training Unit, Landhi, Karachi. Damaged when ground 
					looped at Malir, Karachi 12Mar44. SOC 13Jun46
				12653 (MSN 14A-952) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS812. Shipped to India. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12654 (MSN 14A-953) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS813.
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45. Flying Training Command 
					Communications Flight, Woodley, Berkshire Feb45. ? 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Apr45. Beam Approach School, Watchfield, 
					Oxfordshire Nov45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Feb47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Dec47. SOC May57
				12655 (MSN 14A-954) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS814; no record of RAF service.
					 No 17 Service Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr45 as ground instructional 
					airframe 5208M. SOC May54.  
				12656 (MSN 14A-955) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS815. No 2 Flying Training School Apr45.
					No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Feb46. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. 			
					No 1 Flying Training School Dec50.  No 206 Advanced Flying School, Oakington, Cambridgeshire. 
					Collided with Harvard FE756 [42-953] during aerobatics and crashed one mile south of Graveley, 
					Cambridgeshire 2Jul5  
				12657 (MSN 14A-956) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS816.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Jun47.  No 7 Flying Training School Feb48.  No 1 Flying Training School May51. 
					Crashed into a wood after fuel exhaustion at Tredington, one mile NNW of Shipston-on-Stour, 
					Warwickshire 2Jan52 (1KIS)  
				12658 (MSN 14A-957) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS817; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan48 as FS817, later as B-112. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960  
				12659 (MSN 14A-958) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS818. SOC on arrival UK 22Sep43 
				12660 (MSN 14A-959). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS819.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, 
					Scotland Apr45.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jul45. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire May51. 
					SOC Mar55  
				12661 (MSN 14A-960). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS820; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar48 as FS820, later as B-120. 
					Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FS820. Crash landed at Brustem AB, 
					Belgium 9Mar49. Returned to the Netherlands Aug49.  
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Written off after mid-air collision with Harvard B-195 [42-504] at Gilze-Rijen 25Oct57.  
				12662 (MSN 14A-961) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS821. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Apr45. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Crashed on take-off at Hullavington, Wilts 6Jan47
				12663 (MSN 14A-962) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS822.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Oct48. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May50. Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, 
					Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sep51. Collided with Harvard KF948 MSN (N-18-49) and crashed one 
					mile S of Calmsden, Gloucestershire 28Jul52  
				12664 (MSN 14A-963) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS823. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Feb45. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. Royal Air Force Flying College, 
					Manby, Lincolnshire Aug49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Aug51. SOC Sep57  
				12665 (MSN 14A-964) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS824; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					May47 as FS824, later as B-52. Scrapped for spare parts 1951.
				12666 (MSN 14A-965) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS825. 
					No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Apr45. SOC 8Sep50
				12667 (MSN 14A-966) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS826. no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 13Sep47 as FS826. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-309.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. 
					Ground instructional airframe at Flyvestation Værløse. WFU 22Apr59. 
					Flyvevabnets Museum, Flyvestation Værløse, Denmark 1979. Stored dismantled at
					Gronholt, Copenhagen 1985. Loaned to Danmarks Flyvemuseum, Billund, Denmark, 
					preserved and on display Oct86. Dansk Veteranflysamling, Stauning. 
					Restored; first flight at Copenhagen 4Jun00. Registered 17Aug00 as OY-IIB.   
					Crashed Jun 18, 2005 during a rehearsal formation flight prior to RDAF
					annual airshow.  2 killed. Registration cancelled 4Jul07
				12668 (MSN 14A-967) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS827. No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney,
					Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. 
					Station Flight, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr48. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Nov49. SOC May54  
				12669 (MSN 14A-968) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS828.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Feb45.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Jan46. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. Crashed on overshoot at Feltwell, Norfolk 9May47.
				12670 (MSN 14A-969) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS829. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun45. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. Royal Air Force Flying College, 
					Manby, Lincolnshire Aug49.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Jul51. SOC Dec56 
				12671 (MSN 14A-970) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS830. No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Mar45. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan47 as FS830. 
					Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Accident and damaged by fire landing at Gilze-Rijen 27Jun47. Reserialled as B-25. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Destroyed in a hangar fire at Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands 30Oct61. Departing from Eindhoven, 
					a KLu Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, serial P-111 (52-7145) suffered control problems and the pilot 
					elected to carry out an emergency landing at Gilze-Rijen Air Base. The airplane went off the runway 
					and crashed into a hangar, killing the pilot. The accident destroyed five North American AT-16 Harvard 
					and seven Piper L-18C, L-21A and L-21B Super Cub aircraft were damaged or destroyed
				12672 (MSN 14A-971) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS831. no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Oct46 as FS831, later as B-14.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					WFU 1962. Noted in a scrap yard at Tilburg 1972. Beekse Bergen Camp site near Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands 
					painted in pop-art colours in a playground
				12673 (MSN 14A-972) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS832. Air Transport Auxiliary, 
					White Waltham, Berkshire Oct43.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Jan45 as ground instructional airframe 5015M.  No 22 Flying Training School, 
					Syerston, Nottinghamshire 1958 as ground instructional airframe 5015M. SOC 4Oct49
				12674 (MSN 14A-973)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS833; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Feb48 as FS833, later as B-125. Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FS833; 
					Returned to the Netherlands Aug49.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1966  
				12675 (MSN 14A-974) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS834. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 15Feb45; code AE. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 
					12Nov45.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS834; code AE. Feltflyvingen, 
					Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AG. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 
					Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Dec50. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim May51.
					 Loaned to Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger 1Mar52. Damaged when the aircraft ground looped 
					during landing at Sola, Stavanger 29Jul52. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), 
					Horten 25Sep52. Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger 1952. Dismantled and transported by road to 
					Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten Oct53. Luftkrigsskolen (Air Force College), Fornebu, Oslo 29Jan54. 
					Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Apr54. Dismantled and transported by 
					road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten May54. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim 
					6Dec54. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 25May55. WFU. Donated to Turkey. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, Italy and from 
					Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey.  To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7371.
				12676 (MSN 14A-975) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS835.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Apr45. 
					No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Jun45.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Sep46. 
					Damaged in collision by Harvard KF198 (MSN 14A-1899) while waiting to take-off at Church Lawford, 
					Warwickshire 10Jul4
				12677 (MSN 14A-976) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS836.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 2 Flying Training School May45.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Mar46. 
					Struck trees during a practice forced landing at Badley, Northants 22Jul46
				12678 (MSN 14A-977) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS837.  No 2 Flying Training School Apr45. 
					No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Mar46.  No 20 Service Flying Training 
					School Sep46. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), 
					Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Mar50. Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, 
					Gloucestershire Sep51. SOC 8May54. Derelict at Skylines (Aircraft Components), 
					Sandhurst, Camberley, Surrey
				12679 (MSN 14A-978) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS838; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44.  No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 26Nov46.
				12680 (MSN 14A-979) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS839; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					as FS839, later as B-77. Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				12681 (MSN 14A-980) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS840.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, 
					South Cerney, Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Nov49. SOC Jun54
				12682 (MSN 14A-981) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS841.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. 
					No 1 Beam Approach School, Watchfield, Oxfordshire Jul46. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan50.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, 
					Nottinghamshire Dec52.  No 9 Flying Training School, Wellesbourne Mountford, Warwickshire Jul53.
					SOC Jul54  
				12683 (MSN 14A-982) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS842. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 30Jun45; code AF. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; 
					Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; 
					arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 
					as FS842; code AF. Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. En route Gossen to Værnes 14Feb46, 
					the aircraft crashed when the aircraft was caught in a downdraft at low altitude when flying 	
					through a narrow mountain pass. Despite applying full throttle, the aircraft crashed into 
					pine trees in Auset, Snillfjord [date also quoted as 3May46]. [assigned code M-AH]. 
				12684 (MSN 14A-983) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS843.  No 6 Service Flying Training 
					School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, 
					Nottinghamshire Jul48.  No 2 Flying Training School Sep50.  No 1 Flying Training School Apr51. SOC May57  
				12685 (MSN 14A-984) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS844.  No 130 Squadron Mar46. Station Flight, 
					Odiham, Hants Oct46. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar51.  No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
					Gwelo Jun51. Damaged in collision by Harvard FT250 [43-12991] after landing at Thornhill, 
					Southern Rhodesia 19Aug52.
				12686 (MSN 14A-985) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS845. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jan44. Station Flight, Northolt, Middlesex Apr45. 
					Shipped to Far East Jan52.  No 84 Squadron May52. Station Flight, Tengah, Singapore Feb53. 
					Malayan Auxiliary Air Force May56. SOC 10May57.
				12687 (MSN 14A-986) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS846; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44.  No 73 Operational Training Unit, Fayid, Egypt. SOC 28Nov46.
				12688 (MSN 14A-987) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS847.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire May45. Damaged when the left wing struck the ground whilst the aircraft 
					was opening up to go around after bouncing on landing at Cranwell 11Jun45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar48.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jul48; 
					abandoned in a spin and crashed one mile N of Kingston on Soar, Nottinghamshire 25Feb49 
				12689 (MSN 14A-988) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS848; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44. SOC 20Oct50
				12690 (MSN 14A-989) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS849.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Dec44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School May45.  No 2 Flying Training School 
					Jun48. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), 
					Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 
					Mar50. Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sep51. SOC Mar57
				12691 (MSN 14A-990) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS850.  No 21 Flying Training School, 
					Snitterfield, Warwickshire May45.  No 7 Flying Training School Jul52.  No 22 Flying Training 
					School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jan53.  No 9 Flying Training School, Wellesbourne 
					Mountford, Warwickshire Jul53. SOC Mar57.
				12692 (MSN 14A-991) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS851.  No 21 Flying Training School. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Apr47 as FS851, later as B-32. 
					Scrapped for spare parts 1951.
				12693 (MSN 14A-992) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS852.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Feb45.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jul45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. Central Gunnery 
					School Jun47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Aug48.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, 
					Norfolk Dec49.  No 1 Flying Training School Mar51. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep51. SOC May54
				12694 (MSN 14A-993) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS853. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jul45. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. ? 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jul49. SOC May57.
				12695 (MSN 14A-994) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS854.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Apr45.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jul45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46.  
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan50.  No 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Feb50.  No 2 Flying Training School Sep50. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Nov50.  No 206 Advanced Flying School, Oakington, Cambridgeshire. 
					Left wing and landing gear damaged when ground looped in a cross wind landing at Oakington 2Jul51. SOC Feb55.
				12696 (MSN 14A-995) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS855.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 2 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit Aug47. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Apr48. 
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jul48. Shipped to Mombasa, Kenya Aug55; 
					no record of service in Kenya.  To Royal Jordanian Air Force Jun56
				12697 (MSN 14A-996) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS856.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire May45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep48. SOC Jul54  
				12698 (MSN 14A-997) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS857. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-161.
					Departing Gilze-Rijen, the aircraft crashed and burned at Heelten near Gilze-Rijen 19Jun52 (1KIS). 
					The pilot bailed out but was killed when the parachute failed to open. SOC 23Jun52  
				12699 (MSN 14A-998) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS858. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12700 (MSN 14A-999) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS859. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Crashed five miles east of Scoudouc, New Brunswick 27Dec43 (1KIS).
				12701 (MSN 14A-1000) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS860. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan.  No 8 Service Flying Training School. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				12702 (MSN 14A-1001) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS861. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies.  
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-405. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50 
				12703 (MSN 14A-1002) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS862. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga / Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 27Dec46. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16057. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 11Aug47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 10Jun49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 20Sep49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 11Nov49. Forced 
					landing after engine failure 13Mar53. Damaged in collision with a Jeep after landing 14Jul53. 
					F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 20Dec56. Loaned to F 4 Wing, Frösön, Östersund 18Jul58. F 15 Wing, 
					Söderhamn 15Sep58. SOC 26Apr68.
				12704 (MSN 14A-1003) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS863. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 8 Service Flying Training School, Moncton, 
					New Brunswick. Crashed in Northumberland Strait, Canada 14Sep43  
				12705 (MSN 14A-1004)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS864. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944.  
				12706 (MSN 14A-1005) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS865. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-406. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50.  
				12707 (MSN 14A-1006) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS866. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 6 Service Flying Training School, 
					Dunnville, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12708 (MSN 14A-1007) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS867. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 6 Service Flying Training School, Dunnville, 
					Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 14May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16037. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 14Jun47. Damaged 4Dec52 when the aircraft collided after landing 
					with Sk 16A #16017 [42-12414]. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 7Jul56. 
					F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. Loaned to F 16 Wing, Uppsala 18Oct57. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 5May58. 
					Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in Lebanon (UNOGIL) 17Jun58; code 05; 
					remained in Sweden as reserve. Damaged 27Aug65. Damaged in collision with a boundary 
					marker at Skavsta 17Mar67. SOC 25Oct67.
				12709 (MSN 14A-1008) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS868. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 18 Service Flying Training School, Gimli, 
					Manitoba. Accident, DBR 3Dec44
				12710 (MSN 14A-1009) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS869. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-407. Crashed into a mountain 25Apr50
				12711 (MSN 14A-1010) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS870.  Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, 
					Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 20Dec46. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16014. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 20Apr47. Accident 3Jan55, right wing damaged. Loaned to F 14 Wing, 
					Halmstad 12Jul56. F 14 Wing, Halmstad 20Dec56. Accident 1Aug57 when landed with 
					landing gear retracted. Accident 2Jul62. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 19Aug68. 
					Accident 23Jun71 at Visby when ground looped and the right landing gear collapsed, 
					damaging the right wing. SOC 30Sep71. Used by the Luftfartsverket for fire training
				12712 (MSN 14A-1011) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS871. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 18Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16055. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 1Aug47. Loaned to F 13 Wing, Norrköping 4Nov53. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 24Jan54. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 12Jul56. 
					F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in 
					Lebanon (UNOGIL) 17Jun58; code 03; ferried from Västerås to Lebanon 28Jun58; 
					returned to Sweden 14Oct58. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 28Nov58. Damage to wing and 
					landing gear when ground looped landing at Nyköping 30May68. SOC 12Sep68.
				12713 (MSN 14A-1012) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS872. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944.
				12714 (MSN 14A-1013) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS873. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 35 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					20Dec46.  To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16084. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 6Oct47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 17Feb50; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 22Feb50. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 27Feb50. 
					Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå 30May54. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 30Jul54. Right wing damaged at 
					Uppsala 27Sep55 in collision with Sk 16A Fv16087 [42-509] which was waiting to take-off ahead. 
					Loaned to F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 2May58. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 23Oct58. F 20 Wing, Uppsala 1Jun64. 
					SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal Apr72. 
					To Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA.
				12715 (MSN 14A-1014) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS874. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-189. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1956
				12716 (MSN 14A-1015) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS875.  Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 6 Service Flying Training School, 
					Dunnville, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly 24Jan47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16003. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 14Mar47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					overhaul 1Aug49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 6Mar50. Loaned to F 4 Wing, 
					Frösön, Östersund 12Sep56. F 21 Wing, Luleå 10Jan57. SOC 30Mar72. 
					FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for disposal Apr72. To  Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				12717 (MSN 14A-1016) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS876. Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Crashed two miles east of Delmas, Saskatchewan 4Dec44
				12718 (MSN 14A-1017) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS877. Delivered to Canada Jul43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-408. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. 
					Displayed as gate guard at Sulaman airfield, Bandung, Java [last noted Jul14]
				12719 (MSN 14A-1018) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS878.  Delivered to Canada Jul43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					20Dec46. To  Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16085. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 6Oct47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 3Oct49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 7Oct49. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 30Jan50. 
					Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå 30May54. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 3Aug54. F 9 Wing, Säve, 
					Göteborg 30May59. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 7Oct59. Damaged in collision with a snow 
					bank at Uppsala 29Mar61. SOC 27Jun61.
				12720 (MSN 14A-1019) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS879; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Feb47 as FS879, later as B-138. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1960
				12721 (MSN 14A-1020) Delivered to RAF Sep43 as Harvard IIb FS880; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS880, later as B-135. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Registration PH-PPS reserved; not taken up. Registered 14Jun71 as PH-BKT. 
					Gilze-Rijen Aero Club, Gilze-Rijen Air Base Aug76. 
					Used for film work. In ‘A Bridge Too Far’ [1976] was painted to represent a Hawker Typhoon; code HF-L; 
					also painted to represent a Fw 190A; code 5 + -. For the jubilee of ? 320 Squadron the aircraft was 
					marked as ‘PH-320’. Performed a barrel roll but did not recover from it, crashed and destroyed 
					at Keiheuvel AB, Belgium 4Feb90 (2 fatalities). Cancelled 14Mar90 
				12722 (MSN 14A-1021) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS881.  No 587 Squadron Feb45. 
					No 691 Squadron, Weston Zoyland, Somerset Jun46. Fighter Command Communications 
					Squadron, Northolt, Middlesex Oct46. No 612 (County of Aberdeen) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary 
					Air Force, Dyce, Aberdeenshire May50. SOC Feb57. Derelict at Skylines (Aircraft Components), Sandhurst, 
					Camberley, Surrey
					[The Harvard to the Lebanese Air Force  Al Quwwat al-Jawwiya al-Lubnania Jun57 as ‘FS881’ 
					was previously KF565 (MSN 14A-2265)]
				12723 (MSN 14A-1022) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS882; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FS882, later as B-76. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1959
				12724 (MSN 14A-1023) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS883.  No 6 Service Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Dec49. Engine failure on take-off and crashed into a hut at Moreton-in-Marsh,
					Gloucestershire 9Jan51.
				12725 (MSN 14A-1024) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS884.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Apr45.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jul45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. Caught fire on ground 
					and destroyed at Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire 20Jun51
				12726 (MSN 14A-1025) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS885; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep47 as FS885, later as B-89. 
					To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Mar53 as H80. Crashed on delivery flight at 
					Ename, Oudenaarde 27Mar53 
				12727 (MSN 14A-1026) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS886.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 22 Flying Training 
					School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire May51. SOC May57  
				12728 (MSN 14A-1027) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS887. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 25Jun45; code AH. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to 
					Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, 
					Norway 12Nov45.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS887; code AH. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AI. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 
					Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Aug51. 
					Loaned to 334 Skvadron, Sola, Stavanger 1Jul52. Crash landed after the engine stopped at 1,000ft 
					over the sea; the pilot managed to reach the runway at Lista, Borhaug 8Sep52. Dismantled and 
					transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten Oct53. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, 
					Tønsberg Jan54. WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg to 
					Torslanda, Gothenburg, Sweden 21Sep55; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark 22Sep55; Eelde, 
					Netherlands 23Sep55; Laon and Orly, Paris, France 26Sep55; Lyon and Nice, France 27Sep55; 
					Pisa, Italy 30Sep55; Naples, Italy 1Oct55; Brindisi, Italy 3Oct55; Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, 
					?zmir, Turkey 4Oct55.   To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 4Oct55 as 7352. WFU.
				12729 (MSN 14A-1028) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS888.  No 65 Squadron Mar46. 
					No 695 Squadron Oct46.  No 41 Squadron Aug47. Station Flight, Horsham St Faith, Norfolk Oct47. 
					Crashed during overshoot at Horsham St Faith, Norfolk 4Feb48
				12730 (MSN 14A-1029) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS889.  No 19 Squadron May46. 
					Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar51.  No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Oct51. 
					No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug53; stored. SOC Dec53
				12731 (MSN 14A-1030) Delivered to RAF Sep43 as Harvard IIb FS890.  No 21 Flying Training School, 
					Snitterfield, Warwickshire May45.  No 600 (City of London) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 
					Biggin Hill, Kent Jul47.  No 2 Flying Training School Oct50.  No 1 Flying Training School Apr51. 
					Nottingham University Air Squadron, Newton, Nottinghamshire Feb56. Birmingham University Air 
					Squadron Jun56. Nottingham University Air Squadron, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug56. 
					Manchester University Air Squadron, Woodvale, Lancashire Aug56. Nottingham University 
					Air Squadron, Newton, Nottinghamshire Oct56. Ground instructional airframe 7554M. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Gloucestershire Jan58 as gate guardian 1958/70. 
					Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire 
					for spares recovery Sep73. Little Rissington; stored 2003
				12732 (MSN 14A-1031) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS891.  No 20 Flying Training School, 
					Church Lawford, Warwickshire Apr45.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Sep46. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun49.  No 1 Flying Training School Feb51. Crash landed short 
					of the runway at Oakington, Cambridgeshire 8Jun51.
				12733 (MSN 14A-1032) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS892. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jul44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Royal Air Force Flying College, Manby, Lincolnshire Sep49.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell,
					Norfolk Oct49. Crashed at St Mary Street, Ely, Cambs; pilot and one civilian killed 9Aug51 
				12734 (MSN 14A-1033) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS893; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov47 as FS893, later as B-107. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1951
				12735 (MSN 14A-1034) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS894.  No 7 Service Flying Training School May45. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Jan48.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Dec52. SOC Mar55
				12736 (MSN 14A-1035) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS895; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria May44; no record of service in Middle East. SOC 28Nov46  
				12737 (MSN 14A-1036)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS896; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS896. 
					Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Damaged landing at Gilze-Rijen 20May47. Reserialled as B-8. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Scrapped 1964  
				12738 (MSN 14A-1037) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS897. Norwegian Training Base,
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 28Jun45; code AI. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS897; code AI. Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. 
					Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AK. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. Crashed into a mountain in poor 
					weather in the Stav valley, western Aurdal 9Mar49 (2KIS).  
				12739 (MSN 14A-1038) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS898.  No 2 Flying Training School Apr45. 
					No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46.  No 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Aug52.  No 9 Flying Training School, Wellesbourne 
					Mountford, Warwickshire Oct53. SOC May54
				12740 (MSN 14A-1039) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS899.  No 20 Flying Training School, 
					Church Lawford, Warwickshire Apr45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep48.  
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar50. Central Flying School (Basic), 
					South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sep51. SOC Mar55 
				12741 (MSN 14A-1040) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS900.  No 20 Flying Training School, 
					Church Lawford, Warwickshire Apr45.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Sep46. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jul47.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, 
					Nottinghamshire May51.  No 1 Flying Training School Aug5. No 3 Flying Training School, 
					Feltwell, Norfolk Jan52. Lost propeller blade and crashed into sea 4 mi NW of Downham Market, 
					UK Apr 5, 1954. Pilot bailed out but died
				12742 (MSN 14A-1041) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS901; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Algiers, Algeria Jun44.  No 2 French Technical Liaison Unit, Blida, Algeria [May46]. 
					No 6 Squadron. Landing gear collapsed landing at Kolundia, Palestine 4Oct46  
				12743 (MSN 14A-1042) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS902. Aeroplane & Armament 
					Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire May44.  No 1 Flying 
					Training School Apr52. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Aug53. SOC Apr55
				12744 (MSN 14A-1043) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS903.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Apr45. ? 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jul45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Returned to US Government.  To French Air Force/Armée de l’Air May49 as FS903 
				12745 (MSN 14A-1044) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS904; no RAF service.
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS904, later as B-150. 
					Not used by LSK.  To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het
					Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL). Shipped to Dutch East Indies aboard MS Tjikampek 
					Nov47 (probably one of three that were lost overboard in a storm at sea).
				12746 (MSN 14A-1045)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS905.  No 315 Squadron Apr46. Station Flight, 
					Odiham, Hants May47. No 1 Squadron. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jun51. No 5 Flying Training School, 
					Thornhill, Gwelo Aug51.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug53; stored. SOC Dec53.
				12747 (MSN 14A-1046) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS906.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Jun45. 
					No 501 (County of Gloucester) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Filton, Gloucestershire Aug46. 
					No 2 School of Technical Training, Cosford, Shropshire Feb47 as ground instructional airframe 6276M. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Jul51. SOC Jun57 
				12748 (MSN 14A-1047) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS907.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 29Jun45; code AJ. Recovered by 
					US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, 
					departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, 
					Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS907; code AJ. Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. 
					Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AL. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger 28Apr51. 
					332 Skvadron, Bardufoss May51. Kommunikasjonsving/LKN, Bardufoss Jul52
					Damaged landing at Bardufoss 28Mar54 when tail wheel shimmy caused the aircraft to veer into a 
					snow bank. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim 9Mar55. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, 
					Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 21Mar55. WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing 
					Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey. 
					To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7372
				12749 (MSN 14A-1048) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS908; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Apr47 as FS908, later as B-33. Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				12750 (MSN 14A-1049) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS909; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar48 as FS909, later as B-121. 
					Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FS909; returned to the Netherlands Aug49. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off at Twenthe, Netherlands 1Apr63 
				12751 (MSN 14A-1050) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS910; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FS910, later as B-88. Scrapped for spare parts 1951.  
				12752 (MSN 14A-1051) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS911. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 25Jun45; code AK. 
					Recoveured by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, 
					Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving 
					Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS911; code AK. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Reparasjons-og Vedlikeholdsavdelingen, Gardermoen. 
					Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AM. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen Jul48. Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Apr51. 
					Kommunikasjonsving/LKN, Bardufoss Jun51. Crashed at Bardufoss 11Jul53 (2KIS). 
					The pilot was performing aerobatics above Harstad in connection with a defense exhibition. 
					On return to Bardufoss, the pilot performed a low pass, pulled up into a loop but entered a 
					spin and crashed close to the runway. SOC 21Oct53
				12753 (MSN 14A-1052) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS912.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Dec44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FS912, later as B-48. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 1959 
				12754 (MSN 14A-1053) Delivered to RAF Sep43 as Harvard IIb FS913; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as FS913, later as B-136. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 1958 as B-136. 
					Exhibited at a garage at Alkmaar, Netherlands 1962. Stored at Hardervijle, Netherlands 1965/71
				12755 (MSN 14A-1054) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS914.  No 20 Flying Training School, 
					Church Lawford, Warwickshire Apr45.  No 20 Service Flying Training School Sep46. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jul47.  No 103 Flying Refresher School May51. 
					No 207 Advanced Flying School Nov51.  No 1 Flying Training School May52. 
					Damaged by Harvard KF397 (MSN 14A-2097) on the runway at Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire 12Sep52)  
				12756 (MSN 14A-1055) Delivered to RAF Sep43 as Harvard IIb FS915; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FS915, later as B-41.
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Sold to USA mid 1968. 
					Fargo Air Service, Nashua, NH 1970; noted unconverted in RNAF camouflage at Nashua Oct70.  
					Conflict;
					Registered 1972 as N8993 with MSN 66-2709 [RCAF 2976]; current [Jun20]. Damaged when landing g
					ear collapsed on landing 3Jul16
				12757 (MSN 14A-1056) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS916. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 28Jun45; code AL. Recovered by US Government 1945. 
					Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to 
					Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, 
					Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS916; code AL. 
					lyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Crashed when the low flying aircraft flew into power 
					cables at Minnesund 18Jan46. [assigned code M-AN)
				12758 (MSN 14A-1057) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS917.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon Jun45. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 31May47 as FS917, later as 31-310. 
					Harvardskolen, Karup. Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. 
					WFU 23May59. Registered 23Feb61 as LN-BNN to Fjellfly. Used for target towing. 
					CofA lapsed 31Dec68, cancelled 14Jun71. Stored. To playground Sweden 1971. Preserved and 
					on display on the roof of the shopping center at High Chaparral Wild West Village, 
					Hillerstorp, Sweden 1985. Damaged in fire at Hillerstorp 14Jan91. Österlens Flygmusuem, 
					Gärsnäs, Sweden. Fuselage at Lovestad, Sweden; restoration project using parts from Fv 16074 [42-835].
				12759 (MSN 14A-1058) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS918. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 22Jun45; code AM. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, 
					Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving 
					Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FS918; 
					code AM. Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AO. Flygeskolen, 
					Gardermoen 27Mar47. 331 Skvadron, Gardermoen. Crashed at Gardermoen 19Oct48 
					when the aircraft stalled during a tight turn and clipped the ground close to the airport; 
					both pilots died.  
				12760 (MSN 14A-1059) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS919; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep47 as FS919, 
					later as B-93. To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					After departing from Volkel AB, the pilot lost control and the aircraft crashed after 
					entering a spin at Hermalen, 5Jun56 (2KIS). SOC 6Jun56
				12761 (MSN 14A-1060) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS920. Empire Central Flying 
					School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, 
					Gloucestershire May46. Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49; 
					Royal Air Force Flying College, Manby, Lincolnshire Aug49.  No 103 Flying Refresher School Jul51. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Dec51.  No 2 Flying Training School Jul53. SOC Oct57 
				12762 (MSN 14A-1061) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS921.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 316 Squadron Apr46. Station Flight, Wattisham, Norfolk Dec46. 
					Station Flight, Duxford, Cambridgeshire May47.  No 1 Squadron, Tangmere, West Sussex Dec47. 
					Reserve Command Instrument Training Flight Aug48. Reserve Command Communications 
					Squadron, White Waltham, Berkshire Jan50.  No 1 Flying Training School Jul51. 
					Crashed on take-off Oakington, Cambridgeshire 3Aug51
				12763 (MSN 14A-1062) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS922.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Dec44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 19Apr47 as FS922. Reserialled 1948 as 31-311. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 725. Eskadrille 722. WFU 11Aug58. 
					Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 31May61
				12764 (MSN 14A-1063) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS923. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 3 Tactical Air Force Communications Squadron, Comilla, Chittagong. Burma
					 Communications Flight.  No 357 Squadron.  No 1300 Flight Mar46. Shipped to Far East Jan47. 
					No 18 Squadron May47.  No 84 Squadron Jan48. Far East Communications Squadron, Changi, 
					Singapore Jun48. Far East Examining Squadron, Seletar, Singapore Mar50. 
					Far East Communications Squadron, Changi, Singapore Nov50. SOC Apr57  
				12765 (MSN 14A-1064) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS924. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Recovered by US Government Nov47  
				12766 (MSN 14A-1065) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS925. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 82 Squadron, Imphal, Bengal.  No 45 Squadron. SOC 23Aug45
				12767 (MSN 14A-1066) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS926. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 13Jun46
				12768 (MSN 14A-1067) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS927. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 8 Squadron (IAF).  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12769 (MSN 14A-1068) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS928. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Transferred to USAAF in India as 43-12769. 
					CBI Fighter Operational Training Unit, Landhi, Karachi. Force landed with mechanical 
					failure at Malir, Karachi 13Mar44. SOC 13Jun46  
				12770 (MSN 14A-1069) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS929. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 681 Squadron; 45 Squadron. SOC 30May46
				12771 (MSN 14A-1070) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS930. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. 
					British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi Oct44. 
					No 8 Ferry Unit, Mauripur, Karachi. Crash landed in a field two miles northwest of Barisal,
					Bengal, after the engine cut out at 5000 ft en-route Allahabad to Ratnapur, Bengal 20Apr45. 
					SOC 31May45.
				12772 (MSN 14A-1071) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS931. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 27 Squadron, Ranchi, Bihar. Crashed on landing at Ranchi 25Sep44.  No 141 Repair and 
					Salvage Unit.  No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. 
					To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12773 (MSN 14A-1072) 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. 
					Fatal crash at Rodney, Ontario, Canada 26Aug43 (1KIS).  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS932. 
					Shipped to India Jan44.  No 1300 Flight May46
				12774 (MSN 14A-1073) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS933.  Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Transferred to USAAF in India as 43-12774. CBI Fighter 
					Replacement Training Unit, Landhi, Karachi, India. Crash landed after engine failure by the 
					Malir River, three miles northeast of Landhi. 6th Fighter Squadron, Commando, 1st Air Commando Group. 
					Damaged landing at Asansol, Bengal 28Jul45. SOC by RAF 13Jun46
				12775 (MSN 14A-1074). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS934. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 135 Squadron.  No 34 Squadron.  No 615 Squadron. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.  
				12776 (MSN 14A-1075) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS935. Shipped to India Jan44.
					No 60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal.  No 34 Squadron.  No 228 Group Communications Flight, 
					Barrackpore, Bengal. Ground looped and the landing gear collapsed landing in a crosswind 
					at Ranchi, Bihar 9Jun45
				12777 (MSN 14A-1076) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS936. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 26Apr45. 
				12778 (MSN 14A-1077) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS937. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 28Jun45
				12779 (MSN 14A-1078) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS938. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 670 Squadron, Razmak, Waziristan. Crashed after take-off in heavy headwinds from Razmak 8May46
				12780 (MSN 14A-1079) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS939. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12781 (MSN 14A-1080) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS940. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12782 (MSN 14A-1081) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS941. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. Recaptured by US Government Nov47
				12783 (MSN 14A-1082) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS942. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					Station Flight, Koggala, Ceylon. SOC 25Jun46.
				12784 (MSN 14A-1083) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS943. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46 
				12785 (MSN 14A-1084) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS944. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					Airborne Forces Training Unit, Amarda Road, Odisha.  No 22 Anti Aircraft Co-operation Unit, 
					Drigh Road, Karachi.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.  
				12786 (MSN 14A-1085) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS945. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 45 Squadron. SOC 27Sep45
				12787 (MSN 14A-1086) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS946. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 13Jun46. Registered Mar46 as VT-CAX to Indian 
					Overseas Airlines Ltd.; cancelled.  
				12788 (MSN 14A-1087) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS947. Shipped to India Jan44.
					British Air Forces South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi Oct44. 
					Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. 
					To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12789 (MSN 14A-1088) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS948. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					DGA Communications Flight. To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12790 (MSN 14A-1089) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS949. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 22 Anti Aircraft Co-operation Unit, Drigh Road, Karachi. Struck cables during a low 
					level flight at 200 feet. The aircraft was damaged but landed safely back at base. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47. 
				12791 (MSN 14A-1090) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS950. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Transferred to USAAF in India as 43-12791. 
					CBI Fighter Replacement Training Unit, Landhi, Karachi, India. Damaged landing at 
					Landhi, Karachi 4Nov44. SOC by RAF 13Jun46.
				12792 (MSN 14A-1091) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS951. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 24Apr47
				12793 (MSN 14A-1092) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS952. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					No 45 Squadron. Station Flight, Negombo, Ceylon. Shipped to Far East. Station Flight, Kai Tak, 
					Hong Kong Oct50. Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force Jan51. Crashed in sea near Hong Kong 18Jul54
				12794 (MSN 14A-1093) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS953. Shipped to India Jan44. 
					Special Low Attack Instructors School, Ranchi, Bihar.  No 1 (India) Group Communications Flight, 
					Peshawar, Khyber. Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12795 (MSN 14A-1094). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS954. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46  
				12796 (MSN 14A-1095) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS955. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46.
				12797 (MSN 14A-1096) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS956. Shipped to India Jan44; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12798 (MSN 14A-1097) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS957. Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 4Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16048. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 1Jul47. Damaged when the aircraft collided with a boundary marker 19Mar52.
					Loaned to F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 31May56. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 7Jul56. Försökscentralen 
					(Research Centre), Malmslätt, Linköping 20Dec56. SOC 31Dec57, high repair costs. 
					The aircraft had been outside at F 5 Wing for a long time and suffered severe corrosion which 
					was uneconomical to repair.
				12799 (MSN 14A-1098) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS958, Delivered to Canada 1Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 7Dec46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 25Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16073. F 16 Wing Uppsala  30Aug47. 
					Loaned to F 12 Wing, KalMar 13Nov48.  F 16 Wing Uppsala  11Dec48. Damaged during take-off in collision 
					by Sk 16A Fv16091 [42-12338] 24Feb49. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 22Dec49; 
					installation of rocket and bomb mountings 29Dec49.  F 16 Wing Uppsala   10Jan50. Loaned to F 1 Wing,
					Hässlö, Västerås 14May56. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 20Dec56. Loaned to F 20 Wing, Uppsala 7Oct57. 
					F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 7May58. SOC 29Aug69. The aircraft was gifted to the Johannisbergs School, 
					Västerås for educational purposes. Västgöta Veteranflygförening Oct05. Registration SE-FVU reserved 7Apr06. 
					Registered 15Jun06 as SE-FVU to Västgöta Veteranflygförening; name changed to Swedish Air Force Historic Flight,
					Trollhättan 2008, based at Såtenäs
				12800 (MSN 14A-1099). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS959. Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. 
					Viking Air Service, Canada. Norwegian Government. Shipped from Montreal, arriving Norway on 
					SS ‘Eagle Mountain’ 27Nov46. Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo 27Nov46. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret 29Nov46 as FS959; code M-BF. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen. 
					TDY at Merket, Paradisfjorden. Damaged during an emergency landing at Storevatn, 12km west of 
					Hemsedal Church 4Mar49. The student and instructor were carrying out emergency landing exercises 
					from Merket. When the plane was two meters above the ground, the student stopped the engine 
					and pulled the throttle back. The left wing tip struck the ground in an incipient stall. The landing gear 
					was still retracted. Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Mar51. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, 
					Trondheim Nov51. 334 Skvadron, Sola, Stavanger Apr52. Damaged when landing with a throttle 
					malfunction at Lista 12Sep52. The pilot retracted the landing gear to reduce the high speed 
					and the aircraft skidded on its fuselage. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), 
					Horten. Declared BER 30Jan53. SOC 11Dec53  
				12801 (MSN 14A-1100)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS960. Delivered to Canada 1Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 2Oct46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-184. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg AB 1968/98. Registration PH-TBR reserved 1990 by
					 Stichting Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen; reservation cancelled. Restored to fly Gilze-Rijen Air Base 1991. 
					Loan to Dutch Spitfire Flight, Deelen AB 1992.  Registration PH-TBR reserved 9Jun 93 by Stichting 
					Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen; reservation cancelled. Militaire Luchtvaart Museum travelling exhibit 1993/98. 
					Autotron, RoSmalen, 's Hertogenbosch 1998. Registration PH-IBY reserved 24Feb99 by Stichting Vliegsport 
					Gilze-Rijen; reservation cancelled 26Apr01. Registration PH-IBY reserved 7May02 by Stichting Vliegsport 
					Gilze-Rijen; reservation cancelled 24Dec09. Registration PH-IBY reserved 1Nov10 by the KLu Historic 
					Flight Foundation / Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen Air Base
					(Klu records show 12801 as FH124).
				12802 (MSN 14A-1101) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS961.  Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 2Jun47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16078. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 
					28Jun47. Crash landed at Uppsala 12Mar49; after landing the landing gear was retracted by mistake 
					instead of the wing flaps. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 5Dec49; installation 
					of rocket and bomb mountings 12Dec49. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 21Dec49. Left wing damaged in collision 
					on the ground with a shed 4Sep52. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 24Apr57. Loaned to F 20 Wing, Uppsala 
					30Sep58. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 1May59. SOC 21Apr70.
				12803 (MSN 14A-1102) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS962. School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 25Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16080.  F 16 wing Uppsala 
					11Sep47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 2Aug49; installation of rocket and bomb 
					mountings 28Sep49.  F 16 wing Uppsala  29Nov49. Damaged 7Mar50 when, on landing, the right wing tip 
					dipped into the runway, causing damage to the right wing tip and aileron. Damaged 20Feb53 when nosed 
					over while landing on skis. Loaned to F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 14May56. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 20Dec56.
					SOC 14Apr67.
				12804 (MSN 14A-1103) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS963. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Aug48 as B-409. Crashed into the ground 
					while low flying at Kalidjati, Subang, West Java, Indonesia 16Feb50 (2KIS).  
				12805 (MSN 14A-1104) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS964. Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Swiss Air Force 10Oct49 as U-330. SOC 16Sep69.
				12806 (MSN 14A-1105) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS965. Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Damaged when struck by a runway control truck and nosed over 16Oct43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. 
					War Assets Corporation for disposal. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. Viking Air Service, Canada. 
					Norwegian Government. Shipped from Montreal, arriving Norway on SS ‘Swan Mountain’ 29Oct46. 
					Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo 7Nov46. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 14Nov46 as FS965; code M-BC. 
					Flygeskolen, Gardermoen. Flystasjon Bardufoss Jan51. 332 Skvadron, Værnes, Trondheim Feb51. 
					Kommunikasjonsving/LKN, Bardufoss Jul52. Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim 25Mar53. 
					Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten Oct53. 
					Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 30Jan54. Damaged in collision with parked 
					Harvard FT252/M-AV (43-12993) at Jarlsberg 11May54. As M-BC exited from its parking position, 
					the left wing came into contact with the fuselage of M-AV. This caused M-BC to turn sharply to the 
					left when the aircraft's propeller hit the wing of M-AV and caused major damage to it. WFU 9May56. 
					Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, 
					Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey. 
					To  Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7376
				12807 (MSN 14A-1106) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS966, Delivered to Canada 4Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. SOC 7Dec46. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 30May47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16077. F 16 Wing Uppsala  28Jun47. 
					CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 27Oct49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 1Nov49
					F 16 Wing Uppsala   5Dec49. Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå 25May55 F 16 Wing Uppsala   14Aug55.
				 	Loaned to F 21 Wing, Luleå 7Aug56F 16 Wing Uppsala   7Sep56. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 11Feb57. SOC 29Aug69. 
					The aircraft was gifted to the Johannisbergs School, Västerås for educational purposes.
					 Flygvapenmuseum/Swedish Air Force Museum, Malmslatt AB; stored at Västerås 1970/80. 
					Shipped in container on MV "Tombarra", departed Sweden 16Jul81, arrived Adelaide 8Aug81, 
					trucked to Mildura, VIC 11Aug81. Warbirds Aviation Museum, Mildura, Australia 16Jun81; 
					exchanged by the Flygvapenmuseum for a CA-32 Wirraway that was used to build the replica 
					of a North American Sk 14 which is now on display in the Swedish Air Force Museum. Registration VH-NZI 
					assigned 15Aug83; registration not taken up. Named ‘The City of Malmen’. Restoration project at 
					Jandakot, Perth, WA 1993/95. Registered 5Nov93 as VH-JHP. Reregistered 2Aug96 as VH-TXN; current [May18].
				12808 (MSN 14A-1107) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS967. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored at Dunville airport, Mount Hope, ONT August 1946. 
					War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 2Apr47. 
					To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16016. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 20Apr47. Forced landing at Havgård 15Nov50 after engine failure. 
					Accident 16Mar55 when the aircraft nosed over during taxying. F 20 Wing, Uppsala 13Oct56. 
					F 12 Wing, KalMar 8Feb57. SOC 29Aug69.
				12809 (MSN 14A-1108) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS968.  Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, 
					Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board.
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and 
					assembly 20Dec46.  To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16011. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 18Apr47. Accident 1Feb50 during engine runs when a person walked 
					into the propeller and was killed. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 1Mar57. Loaned to F 6 Wing, 
					Karlsborg 2May58. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 8Oct58. Loaned to F 13 Wing, Norrköping 14Aug61. 
					F 16 Wing, Uppsala 1Dec61. SOC 29Aug69.
				12810 (MSN 14A-1109) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS969. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored. Taken on strength by RCAF 17Jul51 
					with serial 20201.  No 11 Technical Support Unit, Aircraft Industries Limited for reconditioning 
					and modifications, 7Jul51.  No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 28Aug51. 
					Canadian Pacific Airlines Repairs Ltd., Calgary for modifications 21Dec55. Storage at 
					Lincoln Park, Alberta 31Aug56.  No 3 Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta 4Jun57. 
					Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 12Aug58.  No 2 Flying Training School, Moose Jaw, 
					Saskatchewan 2Dec58. Storage at Lincoln Park, Alberta 17Mar59. Pending disposal 18Dec59. 
					SOC 18Oct60. Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, sold to Davis Enterprises of Edmonton, Alberta
				12811 (MSN 14A-1110) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS970. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
					 Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Sep48 as B-410. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50.
				12812 (MSN 14A-1111). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS971. Delivered to Canada Sep43.
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944  
				12813 (MSN 14A-1112) Delivered to Canada Sep43. Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. 
					No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, Ontario. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation 
					for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and 
					assembly May48. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16116. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 6Aug48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					maintenance 3Mar50; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 8Mar50. F 13 Wing, 
					Norrköping 15Mar50. Propeller damaged on landing 13Feb52. Damaged in collision 
					with telephone lines at Skebokvarn 26Sep52. Left wing damaged when the aircraft 
					ground looped 9Jun54. F 21 Wing, Luleå 30Jan57. Damaged 25Sep59. Damaged in collision 
					with power lines at Svansele, near Skellefteå 29Jul65. SOC 19Jan70.
				12814 (MSN 14A-1113) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS973. Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 13 Service Flying Training School, 
					North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Transferred to RCAF 1944.
				12815 (MSN 14A-1114) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS974. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Sep48 as B-411.
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50
				12816 (MSN 14A-1115) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS975. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Sep48 as B-412. Transferred to the 
					Indonesian Air Force / Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. Written off. 
				12817 (MSN 14A-1116) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS976. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Sep48 as B-413. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50
				12818 (MSN 14A-1117) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS977. Delivered to Canada Sep43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies. 
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Oct48 as B-414. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/ Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50. Written off.  
				12819 (MSN 14A-1118)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS978  Delivered to Canada Sep43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. 
					No 13 Service Flying Training School, North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Collided with RCAF Harvard 3296 
					and crashed after the pilot bailed out 5Jan44 
				12820 (MSN 14A-1119) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS979. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 24Apr47.
				12821 (MSN 14A-1120) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS980. Shipped to India;
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 26Jun47
				12822 (MSN 14A-1121) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS981. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 2Aug45  
				12823 (MSN 14A-1122) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS982. Shipped to India. 
					No 231 Group Communications Flight. Station Flight, Jessore Oct45. SOC 24Apr47
				12824 (MSN 14A-1123) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS983. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					no RAF service in India. Shipped to Far East Sep46. No 1315 Flight, Iwakuni, Japan. SOC 11Oct48
				12825 (MSN 14A-1124) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS984. Shipped to India Oct43; 
					no RAF service in India. Shipped to Far East Sep46. ? 1315 Flight, Iwakuni, Japan. SOC 11Oct48.
					 Field Aircraft Services (South Africa) Pty Ltd, Rand, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
					Registered Sep55 as ZS-DMN.  To Syrian Arab Air Force Jun56 
				12826 (MSN 14A-1125) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS985. Shipped to India. 
					No 231 Group Communications Flight. Station Flight, Jessore Oct45. SOC 24Apr47
				12827 (MSN 14A-1126) Shipped to India; no record of RAF service in India.
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12828 (MSN 14A-1127) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS987. Shipped to India.
					To  Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.
				12829 (MSN 14A-1128) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS988. Shipped to India; 
					no RAF service in India. Shipped to Far East Sep46.  No 1315 Flight, Iwakuni, Japan. SOC 11Oct48
				12830 (MSN 14A-1129) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS989. Shipped to India. 
					No 357 Squadron.  No 155 Squadron. Station Flight, Jessore Oct45. SOC 1Jun47
				12831 (MSN 14A-1130) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS990. Shipped to India. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  No 155 Squadron. 
					Damaged when ground looped after brake seizure on landing and the landing gear 
					collapsed at Chittagong, Bengal 6Jun45. SOC 2Aug45  
				12832 (MSN 14A-1131) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS991. Shipped to India. 
					No 28 Squadron Jun46. SOC 28Aug47. 
				12833 (MSN 14A-1132) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS992. Shipped to India. 
					No 607 Squadron. SOC 19Jun47.  
				12834 (MSN 14A-1133) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS993. Shipped to India. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Peshawar.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47 
				12835 (MSN 14A-1134) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS994. Shipped to India. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. With only two hours 
					solo on the Harvard, the pilot failed to correct a ground loop and the landing gear 
					collapsed on landing at Ambala, Haryana 12Mar45  
				12836 (MSN 14A-1135) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS995. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Recaptured by US Government Nov47  
				12837 (MSN 14A-1136) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS996. Shipped to India. 
					No 52 Squadron. SOC 27Jun46
				12838 (MSN 14A-1137) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS997. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 28Jun46
				12839 (MSN 14A-1138) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS998. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 19Jun47 
				12840 (MSN 14A-1139) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FS999. Shipped to India.
					 No 17 Squadron.  No 84 Squadron. Crash landed in Malaya 29Oct46 
				12841 (MSN 14A-1140) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT100. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 222 Group Communications Flight, Ratmalana, Ceylon.  No 45 Squadron Jan48. Station Flight, 
					Segombo, Ceylon Jun48. Shipped to Far East. Station Flight, Kai Tak, Hong Kong Oct50. 
					Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force Dec50. Spun and crashed at Aberdeen Island, Hong Kong 20May56 .
					Solo pilot killed.
				12842 (MSN 14A-1141) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT101. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					Station Flight, Kohat, Khyber; Transport Support Training Unit.  No 2 (India) Group 
					Communications Flight, Yelahanka, Karnataka Dec46.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47 as HT291. 
					Indian Institute of Technology, Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Madras [later Chennai]; 
					derelict 2011 
				12843 (MSN 14A-1142)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT102. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 31 Squadron. No 224 Group Communications Flight.  No 2 (India) Group Communications Flight, Y
					elahanka, Karnataka Dec46. SOC 26Jun47 
				12844 (MSN 14A-1143) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT103. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					Air Headquarters India Communications Squadron Mar46. To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.  
				12845 (MSN 14A-1144) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT104. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 60 Squadron, Kangla, Imphal. SOC 24Apr47
				12846 (MSN 14A-1145). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT105. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. Ground looped
					on landing, tipped over onto its back at Risalpur 25May44. SOC 28Sep44. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47. Displayed at Dehradun AB, India  
				12847 (MSN 14A-1146). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT106. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 1 (Indian) Group Communications Flight.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12848 (MSN 14A-1147) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT107. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46 
				12849 (MSN 14A-1148) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT108. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 21 Ferry Control, Mauripur, Karachi.  No 23 Armament Practice Camp, Dhubulia, Bengal. SOC 24Apr47  
				12850 (MSN 14A-1149) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT109. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46  
				12851 (MSN 14A-1150) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT110. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 151 Operational Training Unit, Risalpur, North-West Frontier Province. SOC 25Sep47.  
				12852 (MSN 14A-1151) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT111. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 20Sep45
				12853 (MSN 14A-1152) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT112. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 113 Squadron. Jungle Target Research Unit, Sorbhog, Assam Mar45. ? 34 Squadron. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12854 (MSN 14A-1153) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT113. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 221 Group Communications Flight, Imphal, Assam. SOC by 1Jan47
				12855 (MSN 14A-1154) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT114. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 99 Squadron.  No 1331 Communications Flight, Risalpur, North West Frontier. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.
				12856 (MSN 14A-1155) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT115. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12857 (MSN 14A-1156) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT116. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					Air Command South East Asia Communications Squadron, Palam, New Delhi. SOC 11Jul46
				12858 (MSN 14A-1157) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT117. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 12Dec46
				12859 (MSN 14A-1158) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT118.  Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47. 
					To Egyptian Air Force. Recovered from a scrap yard Egypt 1998, stored France. 
					Registered 6Jun00 as G-BZHL with MSN 43-12959; current [Apr19]. Restoration to fly at 
					Gamston, Nottinghamshire Apr01
				12860 (MSN 14A-1159) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT119. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46  
				12861 (MSN 14A-1160) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT120. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46    
				12862 (MSN 14A-1161) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT121. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12863 (MSN 14A-1162) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT122. Shipped to India Dec43.
					No 155 Squadron.  No 9 Squadron (RIAF). Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47  
				12864 (MSN 14A-1163) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT123. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. Crash landed at night with landing gear 
					retracted at Poona 26Jan45, damaging the main spar and underside of fuselage. 
					No 2 (India) Group Communications Flight, Yelahanka, Karnataka Dec46. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12865 (MSN 14A-1164) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT124. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					Shipped to Far East.  No 1315 Flight Iwakuni, Japan SOC 11Oct48
				12866 (MSN 14A-1165) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT125. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 19Jun46
				12867 (MSN 14A-1166) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT126. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 24Apr47 
				12868 (MSN 14A-1167) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT127. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, Maharashtra. SOC 24Apr47
				12869 (MSN 14A-1168) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT128. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 8 Ferry Unit, Mauripur, Karachi.  No 1 Service Flying Training School (India), Ambala, Haryana. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.  
				12870 (MSN 14A-1169) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT129. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 24Apr47   
				12871 (MSN 14A-1170) .Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT130. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				12872 (MSN 14A-1171). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT131. Shipped to India Dec43. 
					No 42 Squadron.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12873 (MSN 14A-1172) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT132. Shipped to India Dec43; 
					no record of RAF service in India. To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12874 (MSN 14A-1173) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT133.  No 7 Service Flying Training 
					School Jun45. SOC 30Apr51.
				12875 (MSN 14A-1174) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT134; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					 as FT134. Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Gilze-Rijen 6May47. 
					Reserialled as B-36. Departing from Gilze-Rijen, the pilot lost control after entering a spin and 
					crashed near Boxtel, North Brabant, Netherlands 29Sep48 (2KIS)
				12876 (MSN 14A-1175) Delivered to RAF Nov43 as Harvard IIb FT135.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced
					 Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45. Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 19Dec46 as FT135. Reserialled 1948 as 31-312.
					Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. 
					Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. WFU 15Apr59. Sold 31May61. Registered as TF-ERN 
					[believed equipped with a machine gun for hunting killer whales], cancelled by 1966. Scrapped
				12877 (MSN 14A-1176) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT136; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep47 as FT136, later as B-
				12878 (MSN 14A-1177) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT137. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Lost ccontrol whilst in cloud, spun down and crashed two miles south of Wotton-under-Edge, 
					Gloucestershire 3Feb47 (2KIS).       
				12879 (MSN 14A-1178) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT138.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 6Feb45; code BA. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew 
					to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 
					12Nov45.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT138; code BA. Feltflyvingen, 
					Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AP. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 
					Damaged landing in difficult wind conditions at Rygge 5Jul50. Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Dec50.
					Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Sep51. Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger.
					 Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo Oct52. During a GCI flight for the radar station at 
					Risør 12May53, the pilot discovered that he had too little gasoline to return to Fornebu.
				 	Landing at Skien Airport, Geiteryggen the aircraft turned over on landing probably caused by 
					excessive braking on the wet runway. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), 
					Horten Oct53. Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim Apr54. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, 
					Tønsberg Aug55. WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg to 
					Torslanda, Gothenburg, Sweden 21Sep55; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark 22Sep55; Eelde, 
					Netherlands 23Sep55; Laon and Orly, Paris, France 26Sep55; Lyon and Nice, France 27Sep55; 
					Pisa, Italy 30Sep55; Naples, Italy 1Oct55; Brindisi, Italy 3Oct55; Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, 
					?zmir, Turkey 4Oct55.   To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 4Oct55 as 7353. WFU
				12880 (MSN 14A-1179) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT139. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 7Feb45; code BB. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen,
					Norway 12Nov45. To  Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT139; code BB. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Kjevik 4Apr46. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AR. 
					Luftforsvarets Tekniske Skolesenter (LTS), Kjevik, Kristiansand 4Apr46. Reclassified as 
					ground instructional airframe 16Feb54
				12881 (MSN 14A-1180) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT140; no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12881. Base Air Depot  No 2, Warton (Station 582), Lancashire Jun44. 
					2nd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 496th Fighter Training Group, 2nd Bomb Division, 
					Goxhill (Station 345), Lincolnshire 25Jun44. Damaged when the right landing gear collapsed 
					landing at Goxhill 29Aug44 causing the aircraft to ground loop. The aircraft was being flown 
					to transition the pilot, the Operations Officer with 350th Bomb Squadron, 100th Bomb Group, 
					to single-engine aircraft prior to an operational tour on P-51 Mustang fighters. The landing gear 
					was down but the right lock pin was not fully engaged although it correctly operated the 
					warning horn when tested. Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Bomb Division, Goxhill 9Nov44. 
					Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
					To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 43-12881. WFU
				12882 (MSN 14A-1181) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT141.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47.  
					No 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Abbotsinch, Renfrewshire Jul47. 
					Crashed in River Cart near Abbotsinch, Glasgow, Scotland 24Jan49. 
				12883 (MSN 14A-1182) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT142; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov46
					as FT142. Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Damaged in a forced landing crosswind at Gilze-Rijen Air Base 25Mar47. 
					Reserialled as B-20.  To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Mar53 as H78. WFU Nov56; 
					scrapped at Evere, Brussels. 
				12884 (MSN 14A-1183) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT143; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 31May47 as FT143. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-313.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. 
					Departed Flyvestation Karup and crashed Kjellerup, Denmark 13Feb51 (2KIS).
				12885 (MSN 14A-1184) Delivered to RAF Nov43 as Harvard IIb FT144; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug46 
					as FT144, later as B-59; loaned to Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 27Aug46 
					as L-6; code 12-6. Returned to RNLAAF 14Apr49.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. WFU 1966. Deelan AB as a ground instructional airframe 1972. Registered 23Aug74 as PH-KLU. 
					Gilze-Rijen Aero Club, Gilze-Rijen Air Base Aug76. Used for film work. In ‘A Bridge Too Far’ [1976] 
					was painted to represent a Hawker Typhoon; code HF-S; also painted to represent a Republic P-47C Thunderbolt; 
					code MX-W, Fw 190A; code 7 + - and Fokker D.XXI serial 234. For the 75th anniversary of the KLu in 
					1988 it was painted as PH-KLU75. On loan to Stichting Pionier Hangaar, Lelystad 1992/98. 
					Since 1995 painted with pseudo-RCAF serial 20249; code XS-249. Damaged when the engine failed 
					after take-off and crash landed in a field within the airfield boundary at Lelystad 7Nov08
				12886 (MSN 14A-1185) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT145; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Aug47 as FT145, later as B-79. Written off 1Apr49 
				12887 (MSN 14A-1186) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT146.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Feb45. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar48 as FT146, 
					later as B-126.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Departing Gilze-Rijen on his first solo flight, the pilot lost control in a spin after looping 
					and crashed into a field near Lage Zwaluwe, north of Breda, Netherlands 27Jul56 (1KIS).
				12888 (MSN 14A-1187) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT147; no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12888; Base Air Depot No  2, Warton (Station 582), 
					Lancashire Jun44.  353rd Fighter Group, Raydon, England 27Jun44..
				12889 (MSN 14A-1188) Delivered to RAF Nov43 as Harvard IIb FT148; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Aug47 as FT148, later as B-82.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1962. Leeuwarden AB; on dump 1963/82.
					Aviodome, Schipol Airport, Amsterdam; stored at Badhoevedorp 1983. Displayed at Aviodome, 
					Amsterdam-Schiphol 1992  
				12890 (MSN 14A-1189)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT149.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit Jan45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Aug47. SOC Apr57   
				12891 (MSN 14A-1190) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT150.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Oct44.  Ni 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Oct44.  
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. SOC 23Jan51
				12892 (MSN 14A-1191) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT151; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Sep46 as FT151, later as B-5. Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					WFU 1959
				12893 (MSN 14A-1192) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT152.  No 12 Ferry Unit Jan45; 
					Mediterranean Allied Air Forces;  To Yugoslav Flying Training School Apr45.
					To Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV
  				12894 (MSN 14A-1193) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT153.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, 
					Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan46.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, 
					Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Oct46.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan51. SOC 30Dec53
				12895 (MSN 14A-1194) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT154; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 20Jun47 as FT154. Reserialled 1948 as 31-314. 
					Departed Flyvestation Karup and crashed on a farm at Sønder Feldborg, Denmark 29Mar50 
				12896 (MSN 14A-1195) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT155; no RAF service in UK. 
					Shipped to Middle East Aug44. Air Bombing & Gunnery School Apr45.  No 73 Squadron. SOC 10Apr51
				12897 (MSN 14A-1196) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT156.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Sep52. SOC May57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey 
				12898 (MSN 14A-1197) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT157; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps / Hærens Flyvertropper 27Apr47 as FT157. Reserialled 1948 as 31-315. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. 
					WFU 7Aug58. Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 31May61  
				12899 (MSN 14A-1198) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT158.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit,
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  Ni 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Oct45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire May46.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Dec49. SOC May57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				12900 (MSN 14A-1199) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT159; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Sep47 as FT159, later as B-94.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1962   
				12901 (MSN 14A-1200) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT160; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Jun47 as FT160, later as B-65. Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				12902 (MSN 14A-1201) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT161.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit Jan45.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec46 as FT161. 
					JVS (Operational Training Unit), Twenthe Air Base, Enschede. Damaged taxying at Twenthe 29Apr47. 
					Damaged taxying at Twenthe 15May47. Reserialled as B-28. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off 1Jul58
				12903 (MSN 14A-1202) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT162.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 6 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Little Rissington, Cheltenham,
					Gloucestershire Oct45.  No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Dec45. SOC 25Aug50 
				12904 (MSN 14A-1203) Norwegian Training Base, No 23 Group Flying Training Command, 
					Winkleigh, Devon 6Feb45; code BC. Recaptured by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government 
					Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; 
					Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; 
					arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45.  
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT163; code BC. Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 
					22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AS. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. Flygeskolen, Sola, 
					Stavanger Dec50. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Sep51. 
					Loaned to Flystasjon Sola, Stavanger May52. Kommunikasjonsving/LKV, Sola, Stavanger Mar53. 
					Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim Feb54. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Gardermoen 3Dec54. 
					Left wing damaged in collision with Fairchild PT-19 LN-DAL when taxying at Fornebu, Oslo 10May55. 
					Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 9May56. WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, Italy and from Athens, Greece to 
					Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey. To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7369
				12905 (MSN 14A-1204) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT164.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44. ? 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 6 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Oct45. 
					No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec45. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. 
					Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov50.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul51. 
					No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Sep52. Ran into a hole on landing and hit by
					Harvard EX777 [41-33750] at Heany, Southern Rhodesia 13A
				12906 (MSN 14A-1205) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT165.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit Jan45.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Jun45.  No 6 Service Flying 
					Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan47.  No 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. Spun and crashed at Icomb, Gloucestershire 11Oct51  
				12907 (MSN 14A-1206)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT166. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 6Feb45; code BD. Undershot, 
					force landed in a field and crashed into a water tower after the engine cut out at West Chase Down 
					Farm, Sixpenny Handley, Wiltshire 22Sep45. SOC 10Oct45
				12908 (MSN 14A-1207) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT167; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FT167, later as B-110. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960)  
				12909 (MSN 14A-1208) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT168.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 21 Flying Training School, 
					Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. SOC 20Oct50
				12910 (MSN 14A-1209) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT169. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44; missing 23Jul44 
				12911 (MSN 14A-1210) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT170.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 21 Flying Training School, 
					Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. SOC 25Sep50
				12912 (MSN 14A-1211) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT171; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Mar48 as FT171, later as B-127. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1951
				12913 (MSN 14A-1212) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT172. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Mar51. No 5 Flying Training School, 
					Thornhill, Gwelo Jul51.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Sep53. SOC Dec53
				12914 (MSN 14A-1213). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT173.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Jan45. ? 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. 
					Collided with Harvard FX228 [43-34645] in circuit and crashed at Cranwell 18Jan46 (1KIS)  
				12915 (MSN 14A-1214) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT174.  No 12 Ferry Unit Jan45; Mediterranean 
					Allied Air Forces; Yugoslav Flying Training School Mar45;  
					To Yugoslav Air Force/Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV)  
				12916 (MSN 14A-1215). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT175.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Feb45.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire May45. 
					No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham Aug46.  No 22 Flying Training School, 	
					Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49. SOC Dec56.  
				12917 (MSN 14A-1216) Delivered to RAF Nov43 as Harvard IIb FT176; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Aug46 as FT176, later as B-56.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Operated by Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague on Dutch Navy target towing contract. 
					Registration PH-SAZ reserved 12Jun64; not taken up. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 28Jan65 as UT-6, serial number 043. 
					Maritime Air Base De Kooy, Den Helder. SOC 31Mar71. Honcoop Trading Co, Veen, Netherlands. 
					Registered 9Nov71 as PH-KMA. Used by a sky-writing company and fitted with an oil smoke system. 
					Substantially damaged in a ground collision with Battle of Britain Memorial Flight VS Spitfire AB910 
					at Bex, Switzerland 21Aug78. Registration cancelled 9Oct78. Remains stored at Hilversum, Netherlands.
					Sold in Austria 1991. Trucked to Graz, Austria 2000; dismantled for restoration 2007.
				12918 (MSN 14A-1217) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT177.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, 
					Alberta.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT177, later as B-40. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960)  
				12919 (MSN 14A-1218) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT178. ? 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Pearce, Alberta. Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT178, 
					later as B-10. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1949 
				12920 (MSN 14A-1219) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT179. Shipped to India.
					No 5 Squadron.  No 2 (Indian) Group Communications Flight Dec46.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12921 (MSN 14A-1220) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT180. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12922 (MSN 14A-1221) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT181. Shipped to India. 
					No 7 Squadron (IAF), Ranchi, Bihar.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12923 (MSN 14A-1222) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT182. Shipped to India. 
					No 226 Group Communications Flight.  No 152 Squadron, Burma.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12924 (MSN 14A-1223) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT183. Shipped to India.  No 232 Group Communications 
					Flight. Ground looped on landing and the landing gear collapsed at Comilla, Bengal 10Aug45. SOC 30Aug45.  
				12925 (MSN 14A-1224) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT184. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Recaptured by US Government Nov47  
				12926 (MSN 14A-1225) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT185. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12927 (MSN 14A-1226) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT186. Shipped to India. 
					No 45 Squadron May49.  No 1301 Flight Jun49. Station Flight, Segumbo, Ceylon Dec49. SOC 13Apr55
				12928 (MSN 14A-1227) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT187. Shipped to India. 
					No 10 Squadron (IAF).   To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.  
				12929 (MSN 14A-1228) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT188. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12930 (MSN 14A-1229). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT189. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 19Jun47  
				12931 (MSN 14A-1230). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT190. Shipped to India; 
					no RAF service in India. Transferred to Fleet Air Arm Jan45.  No 733 Squadron, China Bay, 
					Trincomalee, Ceylon Apr45. Crashed in sea 25Jun45  
				12932 (MSN 14A-1231) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT191. Shipped to India. 
					Transport Support Training Unit. To Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12933 (MSN 14A-1232) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT192. Shipped to India. 
					Special Low Attack Instructors School, Ranchi, Bihar Nov44. Advanced Flying 
					School (India), Ambala, Haryana. ? 20 Squadron Aug46. To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12934 (MSN 14A-1233). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT193. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Recovered by US Government Nov47  
				12935 (MSN 14A-1234) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT194. Shipped to India. 
					No 6 Squadron (RIAF). Royal Pakistan Air Force 25Sep47
				12936 (MSN 14A-1235) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT195. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12937 (MSN 14A-1236) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT196. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46.
				12938 (MSN 14A-1237) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT197. Shipped to India. 
					No 1 Air Gunnery School, Bairagarh, Bhopal. Crashed on landing at Bairagarh 9Jul44. 
					No 141 Repair and Salvage Unit. Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana. 
					To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47  
				12939 (MSN 14A-1238) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT198. Shipped to India. 
					No 8 Ferry Unit, Mauripur, Karachi. SOC 24Apr47
				12940 (MSN 14A-1239) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT199. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 11Jul46
				12941 (MSN 14A-1240) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT200. Shipped to India. 
					No 3 Refresher Flying Unit Jun45.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12942 (MSN 14A-1241)3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI. Accident landing at Newark, NJ 21Oct43. Lend-Lease to British Government. 
					Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT201. Shipped to India.  No 321 Squadron Jun45. SOC 24Apr47  
				12943 (MSN 14A-1242) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT202. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				12944 (MSN 14A-1243)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT203. Shipped to India. 
					No 232 Group Communications Flight. SOC 25Mar48  
				12945 (MSN 14A-1244) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT204. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 19Jun47.
				12946 (MSN 14A-1245) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT205. Shipped to India. 
					No 10 Ferry Unit, Nagpur, Maharashtra. SOC 24Apr47
				12947 (MSN 14A-1246) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT206. Shipped to India. 
					No 3 Tactical Air Force Communications Squadron, Comilla, Chittagong. 
					Burma Communications Flight. SOC 27Feb47  
				12948 (MSN 14A-1247) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT207. SOC on arrival UK 21Jan44
				12949 (MSN 14A-1248) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT208.  No 1689 Flight Sep45; 
					Home Command Examining Unit, White Waltham, Berkshire Feb52. SOC May57
				12950 (MSN 14A-1249)  Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT209. No 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45. ? 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Jun45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. Lost height after 
					take-off and crash landed at night near Cranwell, Lincolnshire 17Mar53  
				12951 (MSN 14A-1250)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT210; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Nov47 as FT210, later as B-105.  To Belgian Air Force Belgische Luchtmacht Mar53 
					as H79. WFU Jul56; scrapped at Evere, Brussel   
				12952 (MSN 14A-1251) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT211; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht 
					Nederland Feb48 as FT211, later as B-115.  
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1964
				12953 (MSN 14A-1252) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT212; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					May47 as FT212, later as B-44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 196 
				12954 (MSN 14A-1253)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT213.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. 
					No 1 Beam Approach Squadron Jul46. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Feb47. SOC Mar55 
				12955 (MSN 14A-1254) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT214.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Feb45.  No 20/21 Flying Training Squadron Jun45.  No 7 Flying Instructor 
					School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jul45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. Central Gunnery School Jun47. RAF College, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Aug48. ? 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Dec49. SOC Dec56.
				12956 (MSN 14A-1255) 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI. Crash landed after engine failure at Dorval, Montreal, Quebec 30Oct43. 
					Slight damage.  Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT215. 
					No 17 Service Flying Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Damaged whilst 
					taxying at Coleby Grange, Lincolnshire 21Apr45 when it struck stationary Harvard 
					FT369 [43-13110] after the pilot mistook marshalling signals intended for another 
					aircraft as being for him.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar48. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire 
					Sep48. SOC Dec56
				12957 (MSN 14A-1256) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT216; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht 
					Nederland Apr48 as FT216, later as B-132. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1964.  
				12958 (MSN 14A-1257). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT217; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jun47 as FT217, 
					later as B-68. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1949 
				12959 (MSN 14A-1258). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT218. 
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No  7 Service Flying 
					Training School Apr45.  No 1 Ferry Unit, Pershore, Worcestershire Feb47. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore to Karup, Denmark.  To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 
					19Apr47 as FT218. Reserialled 1948 as 31-316. Crashed Ikast, Denmark 31May50  
				12960 (MSN 14A-1259) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT219; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar47 as FT219, 
					later as B-124. To  Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Written off 1Mar64
				12961 (MSN 14A-1260) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT220; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT220, 
					later as B-57. Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FT220; 
					returned to the Netherlands Aug49.   To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53.  To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 28Jan65 UT-6, 
					serial number 044. Maritime Air Base De Kooy, Den Helder. The aircraft made a low pass 
					over a group of people on the ground at De Vliehors, Texel 3Mar66, killing one of them 
					when the tail wheel hit his head
				12962 (MSN 14A-1261) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT221. Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 6Feb45; code BE. Recovered by US 
					Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, 
					departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, 
					Norway 12Nov45. To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT221; code BE.
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AT. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 
					Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger Feb50. Damage to the wing tip when the aircraft was caught by a 
					crosswind during landing at Sola 11Mar50. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, 
					Trondheim May51. Flystasjon, Sola, Stavanger 1Mar52. Kommunikasjonsving/LKV, Sola, 
					Stavanger Mar53. Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim Sep53. Dismantled and transported by 
					road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten 25May55. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Gardermoen 
					22Nov55. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 7Apr56. WFU. Donated to Turkey. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, Italy and 
					from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey.  To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7373
				12963 (MSN 14A-1262) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT222; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT222, 
					later as B-49. Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				12964 (MSN 14A-1263) 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. 
					Damage taxying at Dorval, Montreal, Quebec 31Oct43.  Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT223; 
					no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FT223, later as B-69. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Anthony Fokker School, The Hague, 1981. 
					National War & Resistance Museum, Overloon, Netherlands, 1985. Initially displayed as ‘12964’. 
					Composite static restoration for indoor display, 1997-1999 using parts of B-179 [43-12508] and 
					B-199 [42-12363]. Displayed as ‘RNAF B-69/FE876’. Parked in open at Vughterheide military 
					training ground 2014/16. The Aircraft Compagnie, Hembrug, Netherlands 2016. In restoration 
					Zaandam-Hemweg; transferred in 2018 to the (new to be set up) transport museum in Nieuw Vennep
				12965 (MSN 14A-1264) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT224.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Sep45.  No 12 Group Communications Flight Oct46.  No 2 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit Aug47. 
					No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Mar48.  No 2 Flying Training 
					School Nov48. Crashed one mile W of Fairford, Gloucestershire 13Dec48  
				12966 (MSN 14A-1265)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT225; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep47 as FT225, 
					later as B-91. To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1963.  
				12967 (MSN 14A-1266) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT226; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 13Sep47 as FT226. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-317.  To Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. 
					Eskadrille 725. WFU 7Aug58. Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 3May60
				12968 (MSN 14A-1267) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT227.  No RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12968. Base Air Depot ? 1, Burtonwood (Station 590), 
					Lancashire Jun44. Headquarters Squadron, 4th Combat Crew Reinforcement Centre, 
					Cheddington (Station 113), Buckinghamshire 25Jun44. Damaged landing at Cheddington 
					7Jul44. Headquarters Squadron, 1st Bomb Division, Atcham (Station 342), Shropshire 9Nov44. 
					1st Strategic Air Depot, Troston (Station 595), Suffolk. Damaged by mechanical failure 
					taxying at RAF Meir, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire 18Dec44. 364th Fighter Group, 
					Honington (Station 375), Suffolk. Damaged in collision with parked North American P-51 
					Mustang Mk.IV on the ground at RAF Meir 19Dec45. Returned to US Government. 
					Supplied to Greek Government i.a.w. the President Truman Doctrine of 1947. 
					To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 43-12968.
				12969 (MSN 14A-1268) Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT228; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FT228, 
					later as B-73. Voortgezette Vlieg Opleiding, Woensdrecht Jul47. Luchtmacht Electronische
					School, Deelen, as a ground instructional airframe 1951. TU Delft [Delft University of 
					Technology] 1952 for gravity tests. KLM Apprentice School, Schiphol as a ground instructional 
					airframe. Displayed at Aviodome, Schipol, Amsterdam 1977. Loaned to Wings of 
					Victory Museum, Veghel, Netherlands 1988/03. Displayed at Aviodrome, Lelystad 2003
					storage at Badhoevedorp.  Seen in 2006 at Aviodrome, Lelystad
				12970 (MSN 14A-1269) Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT229; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 14May47 as FT229, 
					later as B-45.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53.
					Honcoop Trading Co, Veen, Netherlands 1969. Registered 10Feb70 as PH-SKM; cancelled 2Dec71. 
					Used by a sky-writing company and fitted with an oil smoke system. Registered 8Dec71 as
					G-AZKI; cancelled 11Jul86 on export to France. Registered 1986 as F-WZDS. Registered 30Dec87 
					as F-AZDS. Association Française pour la Recherche et le Maintien en Vol d’Avions Historiques, 
					Le Castellet 11Jul90/97. Registration cancelled 10Jan97 as sold abroad. Registered 2May97 as N15014; cancelled 18Jan08 on export to Australia
				12971 (MSN 14A-1270) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT230; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov47 as FT230, 
					later as B-98.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53.
					Used for fire practice 1956  
				12972 (MSN 14A-1271) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT231; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar47 as FT231, 
					later as B-27. Scrapped for spare parts 1951  
				12973 (MSN 14A-1272) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT232. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Lost control at 400ft during unauthorised aerobatics 
					and crashed near RAF Southrop airfield boundary, Gloucestershire 23Apr45 (2KIS). 
					The aircraft had been incorrectly ballasted for a dual sortie
				12974 (MSN 14A-1273) Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT233; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FT233, 
					later as B-61; loaned  To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 
					29Aug46 as L-3; code 12-3. Returned to RNLAAF 15Sep48. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. State of the 
					Netherlands, The Hague. Registered 15Oct56 as PH-NGR. Operated by Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague. 
					Cancelled 10Jul57.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as B-61. 
					State of the Netherlands, The Hague. Registered 25Jan60 as PH-NIE. Operated by
					Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague on Dutch Navy target towing contract. Cancelled 27Jan65. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force /Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as B-61. Scrapped at Gilze-Rijen 1966
				12975 (MSN 14A-1274. Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT234; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar47 as FT234, 
					later as B-26.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1962)   
				12976 (MSN 14A-1275) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT235. No 3 Service Flying Training School, 
					South Cerney, Gloucestershire Mar46. No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham Jan47. 
					SOC 30Apr51
				12977 (MSN 14A-1276) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT236.  no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12977. Base Air Depot No 1, Burtonwood (Station 590), 
					Lancashire Jun44. Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Combat Crew Reinforcement Centre, 
					Cluntoe (Station 238), Northern Ireland 26Jun44. Damaged landing at RNAS Sydenham, 
					Belfast, Northern Ireland 4Jul44. Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Bomb Division, 
					Goxhill (Station 345), Lincolnshire 9Nov44. 61st Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group, 
					Boxted (Station 150), Essex. Crash landed at Boxted 7Feb45. Headquarters Squadron, 
					56th Fighter Group, Boxted (Station 150), Essex. Damaged when ground looped at 
					Rougham (Station 468), Suffolk 31Aug45
				12978 (MSN 14A-1277) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT237.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 6Feb45; code BF. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF 
					crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands;
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, 
					Norway 12Nov45.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT237; code BF. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AU. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 
					27Mar47. 332 Skvadron, Værnes, Trondheim Mar49. Ground looped and departed the 
					runway landing at Ørland 25Aug49. 332 Skvadron, Bardufoss Nov49. Lagringssveiten 	
					(Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Feb50. Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim 30Jun50. 
					Flygeskolen, Sola, Stavanger 8Jan51. Reparasjons-og Vedlikeholdsavdelingen, 
					Gardermoen Jun51. 337 Skvadron, Gardermoen Sep51. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, 
					Oslo 19Nov52. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten Nov53. 					
					Luftkrigsskolen (Air Force College), Fornebu, Oslo 29Jan54. Flygeskolen, Værnes, 
					Trondheim Mar54. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 10Aug55. WFU. 
					Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 26Oct55 to 
					Denmark, France, Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey 8Nov55. 
					To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 8Nov55 as 7360.
				12979 (MSN 14A-1278). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT238; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT238. 
					Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Damaged landing at Gilze-Rijen 16May47. Reserialled as B-2. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Damaged 
					when the pilot retracted the landing gear instead of the flaps and skidded across 
					the runway landing at Soesterberg 25Apr61. WFU 1961 after accident. 
				12980 (MSN 14A-1279)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT239.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar48. 				
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jul48. SOC May57.  
				12981 (MSN 14A-1280) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT240; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FT240, 
					later as B-1.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe Jan62
				12982 (MSN 14A-1281) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT241; no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12982. Base Air Depot No 1, Burtonwood (Station 590), 
					Lancashire Jun44. 2nd Bomb Division, Goxhill (Station 345), Lincolnshire 25Jun44. 
					9th Troop Carrier Command, Ascot (Station 472), Berkshire. 397th Fighter Squadron, 
					368th Fighter Group, Ninth Air Force, Chievres (A-84), Belgium. Damaged taxying at 
					Chievres 15Dec44.  
				12983 (MSN 14A-1282) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT242; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FT242, 
					later as B-86. Written off 10Apr48.
				12984 (MSN 14A-1283) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT243; no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12984. Base Air Depot No 2, Warton (Station 582), 
					Lancashire Jun44. 379th Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, Kimbolton (Station 117), 
					Huntingdonshire 23Jun44. 355th Fighter Group, Eighth Air Force, Steeple Morden (Station 122), 
					Cambridgeshire. Fatal crash and destroyed when the engine failed and the pilot 
					lost control one mile east of Steeple Morden 11Sep44. The aircraft was being used 
					to transition bomber pilots who had volunteered to fly P-51 Mustang fighters  
				12985 (MSN 14A-1284) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT244; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar48 as FT244, 
					later as B-114. Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use at Eindhoven 1957
				12986 (MSN 14A-1285) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT245. No 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Feb45.  No 20/21 Flying Training Squadron Jun45. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, 
					Warwickshire Mar46. No 17 Service Flying Training School, Wellingore, 
					Lincolnshire Sep46.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47.  No 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan48. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. SOC Mar55
				12987 (MSN 14A-1286) 19th Ferrying Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
					Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Damaged landing at Dorval, Montreal, Quebec 10Nov43. 
					Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT246.   No 17 Service Flying 
					Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 		
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Nov46.  No 21 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec46. 
					No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Jul47. Flying Refresher 
					School, Finningley, Doncaster, Yorkshire Jun49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Apr51. SOC Jun57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey  
				12988 (MSN 14A-1287). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT247; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov47 as FT247, 
					later as B-99. Belgian Air Force / Belgische Luchtmacht Oct52 as H74. Crashed onto parked Harvard H-75 [43-13171] at Brustem AB, Belgium 26Sep53  
				12989 (MSN 14A-1288) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT248. no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FT248, 
					later as B-74.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Destroyed in a hangar fire at Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands 30Oct61. Departing from 
					Eindhoven, a KLu Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, serial P-111 (52-7145) suffered control problems 
					and the pilot elected to carry out an emergency landing at Gilze-Rijen Air Base. The airplane 
					went off the runway and crashed into a hangar, killing the pilot. The accident destroyed five 
					North American AT-16 Harvard and seven Piper L-18C, L-21A and L-21B Super Cub aircraft were 
					damaged or destroyed
				12990 (MSN 14A-1289) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT249; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FT249, 
					later as B-87.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/\Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Used for fire practice 1960
				12991 (MSN 14A-1290) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT250.  No 17 Service Flying 
					Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Mar46. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 66 Group Communications 
					Flight Jul49. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May51.  No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, 
					Gwelo Sep51. Damaged in collision by Harvard FT250 [43-12991] after landing at Thornhill, 
					Southern Rhodesia.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul53; stored. SOC Dec53
				12992 (MSN 14A-1291) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT251.  No Flying Training School Feb45. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 12Jul47 as FT251. Reserialled 1948 as 31-318. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 725. Eskadrille 722.
					Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. WFU 15Apr59. Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 3May60  
				12993 (MSN 14A-1292) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT252.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 6Feb45; code BH. Recovered by US Government 
					1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing 
					Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, 
					Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, Norway 12Nov45. 
					To Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT252; code BH. Feltflyvingen, 
					Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AV. Accident when the plane collided 
					with a truck that crossed the taxiway at Gardermoen 12Mar47. The pilot tried to slow 
					down, but the plane slid forward on the icy surface. The plane sustained injuries to the 
					left wing and propeller. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen 27Mar47. 334 Skvadron, Sola, 
					Stavanger 20Apr51. Kommunikasjonsving/LKV, Sola, Stavanger Jun51. 331 Skvadron, Værnes, 
					Trondheim Aug51. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo Feb53. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, 
					Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 28Mar53. Substantially damaged while parked in collision 
					by Harvard FS965/M-BC (43-12806) at Jarlsberg 11May54. As M-BC exited from its 
					parking position, the left wing came into contact with fuselage of this aircraft. This 
					caused M-BC to turn sharply to the left when the aircraft's propeller hit the wing of this 
					aircraft and caused major damage. Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), 
					Horten 11May54. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 19Sep54. Dismantled 
					and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten 22Sep55. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, 
					Gardermoen Feb56. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 9May56. WFU. 
					Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, 
					France, Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey. 
					To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7374
				12994 (MSN 14A-1293) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT253; no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-12994. Base Air Depot No 2, Warton (Station 582), Lancashire Jun44. 
					379th Bomb Group, Kimbolton (Station 117), Huntingdonshire 23Jun44. 357th Fighter Squadron, 
					355th Fighter Group, Steeple Morden (Station 122), Cambridgeshire. Damaged when ground 
					looped at Steeple Morden 27Aug44. USAFE. IXth Air Force Service Command, Erlangen AB, Germany. 
					Damaged landing at Erlangen AB 29Apr46
				12995 (MSN 14A-1294) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT254.  No 6 Service Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 6 Flying Training School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47.  No 7 Flying Training School Dec51. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Aug53.  No 11 Reserve Flying School, Perth, Scotland Apr54; 
					Edinburgh University Air Squadron, Turnhouse, Scotland May54. SOC 31Aug54. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				12996 (MSN 14A-1295) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT255. No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Nov44.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. No 7 Service Flying Training 
					School Oct46.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48.  No 2 Flying Training School Oct46.  No 22 Flying Training 
					School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Apr51. SOC Dec56  
				12997 (MSN 14A-1296) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT256; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan47 as FT256, 
					later as B-22. Departing from Gilze-Rijen, the pilot lost control and crashed at 's-Gravenmoer, 
					Netherlands 31Mar50 (1KIS).
				12998 (MSN 14A-1297) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT257.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug45. Returned to US Government. Ferried 
					Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark.  To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 12Jul47 
					as FT257. Reserialled 1948 as 31-319.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722.
					Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. WFU 1Aug58. Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 31May61
				12999 (MSN 14A-1298) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT258.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, 
					South Cerney, Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham Dec46. 
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49.  No 2 Flying Training School Jul49. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Apr51.  No 2 Flying Training School May53.  No 1 Flying Training School 
					May54. SOC May57.
				13000 (MSN 14A-1299) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT259.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. SOC Dec56
				13001 (MSN 14A-1300) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT260.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jun51.  No 5 Flying Training School, 
					Thornhill, Gwelo Aug51.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug53; stored. SOC Dec53.
				13002 (MSN 14A-1301) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT261; no RAF service. Returned to US Government.
					To  Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT261, later as B-144. 
					Not used by LSK.  To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL). Shipped to Dutch East Indies aboard 
					MS Tjikampek Nov47 (probably one of three that were lost overboard in a storm at sea).
				13003 (MSN 14A-1302) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT262.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit May45.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Jun45. 
					Struck high tension cables at Church Lawford, Warwickshire 23Sep46
				13004 (MSN 14A-1303) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT263.  No 16 (Polish) Service
					Flying Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, 
					South Cerney, Gloucestershire Jan46.   No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. 
					Leeds University Air Squadron, Yeadon Feb56. Collided with Harvard FT363 [43-13104] 
					four miles west of Marham, Norfolk 3Feb49. SOC Oct57
				13005 (MSN 14A-1304) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT264.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 7Feb45; code BI. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. Ferried by RNoAF crew 
					to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands; 
					Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving Gardermoen, 
					Norway 12Nov45. Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT264; code BI. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 22Nov45. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AW. Reparasjons-og 
					Vedlikeholdsavdelingen, Gardermoen. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen Jul48. Loaned to 336 
					Skvadron, Gardermoen 22Mar52. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo 12Jul52. 
					Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim Sep52. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 
					10Aug55. WFU. Donated to Turkey. Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 
					25Nov55 to Denmark, France, Italy and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey. 
					To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri Dec55 as 7364
				13006 (MSN 14A-1305) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT265. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					Shipped to Dutch East Indies.  
					To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart van het Koninklijk 
					Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL) Oct48 as B-415. 
					Transferred to the Indonesian Air Force/Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia (AURI) May50
				13007 (MSN 14A-1306) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT266.  Delivered to Canada; no RAF service in Canada. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly 10May47.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 
					as Sk 16A, serial 16031. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 6Jun47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
					for maintenance 20Jun49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 10Aug49. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 29Nov49. Accident at Ljungbyhed 26Sep50 when, during approach, the aircraft 
					came too low over the field boundary and the left landing gear struck against a border marker. 
					The landing gear leg was crooked while the boundary Mark was completely crushed. 
					Despite the damage to the landing gear, the aircraft completed the landing without a ground loop. 
					Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 26Jul56. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. Loaned to F 6 Wing, 
					Karlsborg 8Oct58. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 14May59. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 2Feb60. 
					Crashed after losing control during an instrument training flight at Norra Torp, 1km southwest 
					of Gullbergs railway station, 3 km west of Vreta Kloster, Östergötland 7Aug63; crew bailed out (1KIS). 
					SOC 20Nov63.
				13008 (MSN 14A-1307) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT267. Delivered to Canada 5Nov43; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. SOC 26Jun47. War Assets Corporation. 
					Registered 10Apr47 as CF-FRD; cancelled 14Sep50 as withdrawn from use
				13009 (MSN 14A-1308) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT268. Delivered to Canada; no RAF service in Canada. 
					Shipped to UK Mar44; no record of service in UK. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec46 as FT268, later as B-145. 
					Not used by LSK.  To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van het 
					Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL). Shipped to Dutch East Indies 
					aboard MS Tjikampek Nov47 (probably one of three that were lost overboard in a storm at sea).
				13010 (MSN 14A-1309) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT269. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK May44. ? 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Engine failed on approach and crash landed at Spitalgate, 
					Lincolnshire 21Mar46
				13011 (MSN 14A-1310) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT270. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44; 17 Service Flying Training School Aug44. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Nov46. 
					No 21 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec46. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Dec50. 
					No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Apr51.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, 
					Bulawayo Aug53; stored. SOC Dec53 
				13012 (MSN 14A-1311) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT271. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Mar44.  No 22 Service Flying Training School, 
					Calveley, Cheshire Nov45.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Apr52. Crashed at East Noyle, Wilts 12Dec52
				13013 (MSN 14A-1312) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT272.  Delivered to Canada 15Nov43. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Nov43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb 
					Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and 
					assembly May48.  To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1948 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16112. F 10 Wing, Ängelholm 5Aug48. Damaged 26May55. Damaged in collision 
					on the ground 15Oct57 with Saab J 29 Tunnan Fv29579. During the towing of the J 29, 
					it collided on the taxiway with the Sk 16, which was on its way to the ramp after landing. 
					The Sk 16 propeller hit the J 29 right wing while the right wing tip collided with the towing 
					vehicle. Damaged 24Jul59. SOC 30Nov71. Skå Edeby, stored. Karlskoga, Sweden; restoration 
					to flight condition
				13014 (MSN 14A-1313) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT273. Delivered to Canada. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Nov43. Transferred to RCAF 1944
				13015 (MSN 14A-1314) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT274. Delivered to Canada. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Nov43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb 
					Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and 
					assembly 23Jul47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16065. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 28Aug47. Damaged after the engine failed 23Mar49. 
					CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for maintenance 1Dec49; installation of rocket and 
					bomb mountings 16Dec49. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 30Mar50. Forced landing at Ljungbyhed 
					27Sep50 with engine malfunction caused by moisture and contamination of the spark plugs
 					and cables. Loaned to F 11 Wing, Nyköping 26Jul56. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 20Dec56. 
					F 21 Wing, Luleå 1Oct61. SOC 30Mar72. FFV CVMV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for 
					disposal Apr72. Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA
				13016 (MSN 14A-1315) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT275. Delivered to Canada. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, Aylmer, 
					Ontario Nov43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb 
					Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly 6Jun47.  To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16049. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 27Feb48. Crashed at Svenstorp, Ljungbyhed 5Oct53 (1KIS). 
					Returning to base after a flying exercise, the pilot came too close to another aircraft ahead 
					on final approach to land. Attempting to lose some speed to extend his separation, the pilot 
					lost control and spun in to crash and catch fire. SOC 22Apr54.
				13017 (MSN 14A-1316) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT276. Delivered to Canada. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Nov43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. Stored Ontario [Aug46]. War Assets Corporation. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board.
					 Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly 9Jun47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16050. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 3Jul47. Loaned to Försökscentralen (Research Centre), 
					Malmslätt, Linköping 13Aug48. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 15Oct48. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
					for maintenance 24Feb50; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 7Mar50. 
					Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 5Jun56. Crashed after colliding with rising terrain in poor 
					visibility on Blaxåsberget mountain, Delsbo en route Frösön, Östersund to Uppsala via 
					Söderhamn 20Aug56. The aircraft was one of three which had set off in heavy rain and 
					low cloud and were surprised when the visibility suddenly became zero over Delsbo. 
					The three aircraft hit the mountain with a radius of 20 meters of each other; all crew 
					survived. SOC 22Oct56.
				13018 (MSN 14A-1317) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT277. Delivered to Canada. 
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]. ? 14 Service Flying Training School, 
					Aylmer, Ontario Nov43. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. Centrala 
					Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection and assembly 
					17May47. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, serial 16039. 
					F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 12Jun47. Loaned to F 6 Wing, Karlsborg 29Apr48. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 29Jul48. Loaned to F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 28May56. F 5 Wing, 
					Ljungbyhed 7Jul56. Loaned to F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 18Sep56. Loaned to F 16 Wing, 
					Uppsala 19Dec56. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 20Dec56. Crash landed 26May61. Damaged in 
					hard landing at Ärna 27Mar69. SOC 11Jun69.
				13020 (MSN 14A-1319) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT279. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44; 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Jun45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Mar47.  No 11 Air Gunnery School Jun47. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar48 as FT279, 
					later as B-123. Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1962 
				13021 (MSN 14A-1320) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT280. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44; no record of service in UK. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FT280, later as B-11. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Written off 12Aug58 
				13022 (MSN 14A-1321) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT281. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Nov44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46.  No 22 Service Flying Training 
					School, Ouston, Durham Dec46.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Dec49.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Jun51
				13023 (MSN 14A-1322) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT282. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Nov44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46.  No 610 (County of Chester) Squadron,
					 Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Hooton Park, Cheshire, Hooton Park, Ellesmere Port, 
					Cheshire Aug46; Edinburgh University Air Squadron, Turnhouse, Scotland Jun52. 
					No 11 Reserve Flying School, Perth, Scotland Nov52; St Andrews University Air Squadron, 
					Crail, Scotland Oct55. Crash landed at Perth, Scotland 27Feb57  
				13024 (MSN 14A-1323) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT283. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 2 Flying Training School Apr45. 
					No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. SOC 31Oct50.
				13025 (MSN 14A-1324) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT284. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire May45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Apr47. 
					No 17 Service Flying Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jun47.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Aug47. Cambridge University Air Squadron, 
					Teversham, Cambridgeshire Jan56; Home Command Examining Unit, White Waltham, Berkshire Jun56. 
					Cambridge University Air Squadron, Teversham, Cambridgeshire Sep56. SOC Sep57. 
				13026 (MSN 14A-1325) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT285. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 3 Flying Instructor School, Lulsgate Bottom, 
					Bristol Aug44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Aug45. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Jan46. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47.  To French Air Force/Armée de l’Air Apr49 as FT285
				13027 (MSN 14A-1326) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT286. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, Scotland Jul44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Feb47 as FT286, later as B-58. 
					To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Mar53 as H82. Damaged when nosed over at Melsbroek, 
					Brussels 22Apr55; not repaired. SOC Jul56
				13028 (MSN 14A-1327) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT287. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Sep44. 
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45.  No 7 Flying Instructor School; Nov45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46.  No 22 Flying Training 
					School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire May52.  No 9 Flying Training School, Wellesbourne Mountford, 
					Warwickshire Jun53. SOC Mar57
				13029 (MSN 14A-1328) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT288. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Aug44. 
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45.  No 21 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit Dec46.  No 604 (County of Middlesex) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 
					Hendon, Middlesex Jan47. ? 607 (County of Durham) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 
					Ouston, County Durham Jul49. SOC 31Jul53.
				13030 (MSN 14A-1329) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT289. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Sold by War Assets Corporation. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1949 as B-160. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1966
				13031 (MSN 14A-1330) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT290. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, 
					Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec45. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Mar48. SOC Jun57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				13032 (MSN 14A-1331) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT291. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, 
					Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, 
					Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 5May47 as FT291. Reserialled 1948 as 31-320. 
					Harvardskolen, Karup.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 725. 
					Station Flight, Karup. WFU 31Jul58 for museum. Scrapped.
				13033 (MSN 14A-1332) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT292.  Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. 
					Charles H. Babb Company, Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly 20Dec46.  To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16088. F 16 Wing, Uppsala 11Oct47. Crashed at Edeby farm, about 2 km southeast of 
					Danmark church, Uppsala 20Apr49 (2KIS). SOC 4Jun49
				13034 (MSN 14A-1333) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT293. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44; no RAF service in UK. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT293, later as B-3. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1964
				13035 (MSN 14A-1334) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT294. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44; no RAF service in UK. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT294, later as B-146. 
					Not used by LSK. To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force/Militaire Luchtvaart 
					van het Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL). Shipped to Dutch East Indies 
					aboard MS Tjikampek Nov47. May have become B-416. WFU May50. Exhibited at Museum Satria 
					Mandala, Selatan, Jakarta
				13036 (MSN 14A-1335) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT295. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, 
					Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, Wellingore, 
					Lincolnshire Nov45. Engine stalled and crashed on landing at RAF Spitalgate, Lincolnshire 2Oct46
				13037 (MSN 14A-1336) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT296.  Delivered to Canada.
					Operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF].  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. 
					Transferred to RCAF 1944. War Assets Corporation for disposal. Charles H. Babb Company, 
					Montreal, Quebec 1946. Royal Swedish Air Board. 
					Centrala Flygverkstaden i Arboga/Central Workshop, Arboga (CVA) for inspection 
					and assembly Dec46.  To Royal Swedish Air Force/Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1947 as Sk 16A, 
					serial 16001. F 5 Wing, Ljungbyhed 21Jan47. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for overhaul 
					15Jul49; installation of rocket and bomb mountings 23Aug49. Damaged when nosed over 
					braking too hard after landing at Ljungbyhed 4Apr51. Loaned to F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 
					23Jul56. F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 20Dec56. Loaned to F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 14Mar57. 
					F 1 Wing, Hässlö, Västerås 20Jun57. SOC 26Apr68..
				13038 (MSN 14A-1337) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT297. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK. No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, 
					Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Dec45. SOC Apr51
				13039 (MSN 14A-1338) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT298. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec44.
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45.  No 22 Service Flying 
					Training School, Calveley, Cheshire Nov45. ? 22 Flying Training School, Syerston,
					 Nottinghamshire Feb49. SOC Sep57
				13040 (MSN 14A-1339) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT299. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK Apr44.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, 
					Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. SOC Apr51
				13041 (MSN 14A-1340)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT300. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to UK.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Dec44.  No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 21 Flying Training School, 
					Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. SOC 20Oct50.  
				13042 (MSN 14A-1341) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT301. Delivered to Canada; 
					no RAF service in Canada. Shipped to India Jun44. ? 3 Refresher Flying Unit, Poona, 
					Maharashtra. Recovered by US Government Nov47
				13043 (MSN 14A-1342) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT302.  No 19 Flying Training 
					School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Aug45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. 
					To French Air Force/Armée de l’Air Apr49 as FT302.
				13044 (MSN 14A-1343) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT303.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit May45.  No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church 
					Lawford, Warwickshire Mar46.  No 2 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Jul47. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Apr51. No 2 Flying Training School, Cluntoe, Northern Ireland Sep53 
					as ground instructional airframe 7107M. SOC May54
				13045 (MSN 14A-1344) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT304; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 
					Aug47 as FT304, later as B-78.   To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 
					27Mar53. Written off 1Oct61.
				13046 (MSN 14A-1345) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT305.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 19Apr47 as FT305. Reserialled 1948 as 31-321. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. Crash landed at Skærby Strand, 
					Denmark 8Jul54.
				13047 (MSN 14A-1346) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT306; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct48 as FT306, 
					later as B-141. Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Withdrawn from use 1962.
				13048 (MSN 14A-1347) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT307; no RAF service. 
					Transferred to USAAF as 43-13048. Base Air Depot  No 1, Burtonwood (Station 590), 
					Lancashire Jun44. Headquarters Squadron, 8th Fighter Command, Bovingdon 
					(Station 112), Hertfordshire 23Jun44. Damaged taxying at Bovingdon 30Jun44. 
					350th Fighter Squadron, 353rd Fighter Group, Raydon (Station 157), Suffolk. 
					Damaged landing at Bovingdon 7Nov44 when the landing gear failed to lock in 
					place and minor damage to the right wing tip, aileron and propeller tips occurred. 
					USAFE. Damaged when ground looped at Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany 19Aug46. 
					Headquarters Squadron, 43rd Air Depot Group (Erding Air Depot), USAFE, Erding, 
					Germany. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Erding AB 23Nov46
				13049 (MSN 14A-1348) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT308; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT308, 
					later as B-50. To  Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					WFU 1966
				13050 (MSN 14A-1349) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT309.  Norwegian Training Base, 
					No 23 Group Flying Training Command, Winkleigh, Devon 21Feb45; code BJ. 
					Recovered by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh 1Nov45 to Northolt, 
					near London; Valkenburg, Netherlands. Forced landing at Valkenburg, the Netherlands 
					during ferry flight 7Nov45. Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret Nov45 as FT309; code BJ. 
					Dismantled and shipped to Fokker, Amsterdam for repair 6Sep46. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AX. 
					Ferry flight from Amsterdam to Norway 4Nov47. Flygeskolen, Gardermoen Nov47. 
					334 Skvadron, Sola, Stavanger 2Feb51. Kommunikasjonsving/LKV, Sola, Stavanger Mar53. 
					Dismantled and transported by road to Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten 5Dec53. 
					Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim Mar54. Dismantled and transported by road to 
					Karjohansvern (KJV), Horten 25May55. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Fornebu, Oslo 
					19Jan56. Kommunikasjonsving/LKØ, Jarlsberg, Tønsberg 4Apr56. WFU. Donated to Turkey. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Turkey, departing Jarlsberg 7Jul56 to Denmark, France, Italy 
					and from Athens, Greece to Gaziemir, ?zmir, Turkey.  
					To Turkish Air Force/Türk Hava Kuvvetleri 18Jul56 as 7370
				13051 (MSN 14A-1350) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT310. Empire Central Flying 
					School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, 
					Gloucestershire May46. Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. 
					Royal Air Force Flying College, Manby, Lincolnshire Aug49.  No 3 Flying Training School, 
					Feltwell, Norfolk Nov49. SOC Jun57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				13052 (MSN 14A-1351) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT311; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 1948 as FT311, later as B-133. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1963. 
					Noted in a scrap yard in Breda. Avifauna, Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands 1967; on display in the playground.
				13053 (MSN 14A-1352) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT312; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Apr48 as FT312, later as B-129. 
					Crashed after a mid-air collision with Harvard B-96 (43-12565) near Oosterhout, northeast of 
					Breda 16Oct51 (1KIS). 
				13054 (MSN 14A-1353) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT313.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Mar46.  No 1 Beam Approach Squadron Jul46. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Feb47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jan53. 
					SOC May57 
				13055 (MSN 14A-1354) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT314; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Mar48 as FT314, later as B-122. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1963
				13056 (MSN 14A-1355) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT315.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 2 (Pilot) Refresher 
					Flying Unit Aug47.  No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Mar48. 
					Flying Refresher School, Finningley, Doncaster, Yorkshire Jun49. RAF College, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Sep51. SOC May54. 
				13057 (MSN 14A-1356) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT316.  No 16 Flying Training School Aug44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT316, later as B-63;
					loaned Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 17Oct46 as L-1; code 12-1.
					Returned to RNLAAF 8Apr49. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1951. 
				13058 (MSN 14A-1357). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT317; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT317. 
					Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Damaged taxying at Gilze-Rijen Air Base 19Dec46. Reserialled as B-4. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe Jun51  
				13059 (MSN 14A-1358) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT318.  No 16 Flying Training School Sep44. 
					No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec45.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, 
					Gloucestershire Dec45. ? 66 Group Communications Flight Jun49. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May51. 
					No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Aug51.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Jul53; 
					stored. SOC Dec53 
				13060 (MSN 14A-1359) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT319. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49.  No 7 Flying Training School Jul49.
					No 2 Flying Training School Aug53. SOC Jun54
				13061 (MSN 14A-1360) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT320; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec47 as FT320, later as B-108. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1963
				13062 (MSN 14A-1361) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT321.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Aug44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jun45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Feb50. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar50.
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire May52.  No 7 Flying Training School Aug52. 
					Force landed two miles northeast of Cottesmore, Rutland 4Nov52
				13063 (MSN 14A-1362)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT322.  No 16 Flying Training School Sep44. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Jan46.  No 3 Flying Training School, 
					Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire May52. 
					No 9 Flying Training School, Wellesbourne Mountford, Warwickshire Jun53. SOC May57  
				13064 (MSN 14A-1363) Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT323. 2847th Transport 
					Container Wing (Air Material Command) at Newark, New Jersey for containerisation and 
					shipment to England. Departed on the 24th December 1943, arriving in Liverpool on the 
					6th January 1944. Used as a communications aircraft at Liverpool, Speke, transferring Nov44 
					for use with Rootes Securities at Speke. ? 46 Maintenance Unit, Lossiemouth, Scotland 
					6Feb45 for storage. Removed from storage 29Oct46. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 26Dec46 as FT323, later as B-19. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Honcoop Trading Co, 
					Veen, Netherlands 1969. Registered 10Feb70 as PH-SKK. Used by a sky-writing company and 
					fitted with an oil smoke system. Cancelled on sale to USA 19Nov71. Restored 5Jan72 as PH-SKK; 
					cancelled on sale to Switzerland 14Jan72. Registered in UK as G-AZSC 7Apr72; current [Jun20]. 
					Was used by singer and writer Gary Numan; painted to look like a Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter. R
					epainted as US Navy; code SC-43. Damaged 1.5 miles from Goodwood Aerodrome, West Sussex 22Jul11. 
					During a high-speed, low-level pass as part of a practice air display, the low fuel pressure warning
					light illuminated and the engine stopped. A successful gear-up landing was made in a nearby field
				13065 (MSN 14A-1374) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT324.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Oct44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46.  No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, 
					Durham Oct47.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49. SOC Mar55 
				13066 (MSN 14A-1365) Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT325; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FT325, later as B-15. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. State of the Netherlands, 
					The Hague. Registered 25Jan60 as PH-NIF. Operated by Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague on 
					Dutch Navy target towing contract. Cancelled 2Apr64. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu). WFU 1964 ‘due to the bad condition returned to KLu’.
				13067 (MSN 14A-1366) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT326; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FT326, later as B-62; 
					loaned Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 6Sep46 as L-2; code 12-2. 
					Returned to RNLAAF 23Jul48. WFU 16May51.
				13068 (MSN 14A-1367) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT327. No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 22 Service Flying Training School, Calveley, Cheshire Nov45.  No 22 Service Flying Training 
					School, Ouston, Durham May46. SOC Apr51  
				13069 (MSN 14A-1368) Delivered to RAF Jan44 as Harvard IIb FT328; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT328, later as B-16. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. State of the Netherlands,
					The Hague. Registered 11Aug60 as PH-NIZ. Operated by Schreiner & Co NV, The Hague on 
					Dutch Navy target towing contract. Cancelled 23Dec64. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu). WFU 1964. Gilze Rijen scrap yard 1965/66.
				13070 (MSN 14A-1369) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT329.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep44.  No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Nov45. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Mar46. No 3 Flying Training 
					School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. Crashed on take-off at Feltwell, Norfolk 22Apr50 
				13071 (MSN 14A-1370) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT330. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45. 
					No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar46. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. SOC Mar55.
				13072 (MSN 14A-1371)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT331.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Aug44. ? 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jun45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. Crashed one mile 
					southeast of Little Rissington, Gloucestershire 6Dec49 (1KIS); the pilot had mis-set the altimeter 
				13073 (MSN 14A-1372) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT332.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45.  No 1 Beam Approach Squadron Jul46. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Feb47. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, 
					Gloucestershire Jun47. Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. 
					Royal Air Force Flying College, Manby, Lincolnshire Aug49. RAF College, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Jan50.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire May51. 
					No 9 Flying Training School, Wellesbourne Mountford, Warwickshire Jul53. SOC Jun54
				13074 (MSN 14A-1373) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT333. No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. Returned to US Government. 
					To French Air Force/Armée de l’Air May49 as FT333. Centre de Tir et de Bombardement, 
					Base École 706, Cazaux, France; radio callsign F-TEOH, code O-H
				13075 (MSN 14A-1374). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT334.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45.  No 22 Service Flying Training School, Calveley, Cheshire Dec45. 
					No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham May46.  No 22 Flying Training School, 
					Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49.  No 2 Flying Training School Feb49; hit tree on approach 
					at night to South Cerney, Gloucestershire 15Mar50 
				13076 (MSN 14A-1375) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT335.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Jul44. Norwegian Training Base, No 23 Group Flying Training Command, 
					Winkleigh, Devon 1945. Recaptured by US Government 1945. Sold to Norwegian Government Nov45. 
					Ferried by RNoAF crew to Norway, departing Winkleigh to Northolt, near London; Valkenburg, 
					Netherlands; Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel, Germany; Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark; arriving 
					Gardermoen, Norway. Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret Feb46 as FT335. 
					Feltflyvingen, Gardermoen 25Feb46. Recoded 28Aug46 as M-AY. Flygeskolen, 
					Gardermoen 27Mar47. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, Trondheim Sep50. 
					Flygeskolen, Værnes, Trondheim May51. Lagringssveiten (Storage Flight), Værnes, 
					Trondheim Sep51. 334 Skvadron, Sola, Stavanger Apr52. 331 Skvadron, Bodøadron,
					Bodø Sep52. Kommunikasjonsving/LKV, Sola, Stavanger Mar53. Crashed at Øyestad 
					near Arendal, Norway 5Dec53. The aircraft was flying an air guard between Sola to 
					Arendal and return when the engine stopped after one fuel tank was empty; after 
					several unsuccessful attempts to restart the engine, the two crew bailed out 
				13077 (MSN 14A-1376) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT336.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Oct44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45.  No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec45.  No 3 Service Flying Training 
					School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Mar46. ? 22 Service Flying Training School, 
					Ouston, Durham Jan47.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Mar50. Collided with 
					Harvard KF372 (MSN 14A-2072) during formation aerobatics at Feltwell, Norfolk 15Aug52 
				13078 (MSN 14A-1377) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT337.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 1 Flying Training 
					School Jul47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Feb48.  No 5 Refresher Flying School Jul50. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Dec50. SOC 7Oct53
				13079 (MSN 14A-1378) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT338.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 17 Service Flying 
					Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jun47.  No 1 Flying Training School Jul47. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Aug47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Dec49. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Dec50. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Sep51. SOC Jun54  
				13080 (MSN 14A-1379) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT339; no RAF service. 
					No 12 Ferry Unit Jan45; Mediterranean Allied Air Forces; Yugoslav Flying Training School Apr45; 
					To Yugoslav Air Force/Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV).
				13081 (MSN 14A-1380) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT340; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT340, later as B-35. 
					Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				13082 (MSN 14A-1381) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT341.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Oct44. No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Nov45. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Mar46. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. SOC 4Oct50.
				13083 (MSN 14A-1382) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT342.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Oct44.  No 604 (County of Middlesex) Squadron, 
					Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Hendon, Middlesex Jul46.  No 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, 
					Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Turnhouse, Edinburgh Mar49. SOC 13Oct53. Syrian Arab Air Force Jun56.
				13084 (MSN 14A-1383) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT343.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Dec44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr45. RAF College, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Dec47.  No 2 Flying Training School Jun49.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, 
					Nottinghamshire May50.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun54. SOC May57 
				13085 (MSN 14A-1384) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT344.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep44. Collided with Harvard FX381 [43-34798] 
					during a mock dogfight at Pummel Pit Farm, Wroot, Doncaster, Yorkshire 16Mar45 (1KIS). 
					Landed at Newton, Nottinghamshire but DBR. SOC 9Apr45
				13086 (MSN 14A-1385) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT345.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jul44.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, Scotland Aug44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT345, later as B-46. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960
				13087 (MSN 14A-1386) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT346.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, 
					Wiltshire Oct45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School May47. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Jan51. Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sep51. S
					OC 25Oct54. Derelict at Skylines (Aircraft Components), Sandhurst, Camberley, Surrey
				13088 (MSN 14A-1387) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT347; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan47 as FT347, later as B-100. 
					Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FT347; returned to the Netherlands Aug49. 
					WFU 11Jul51. Technical School, Deelen as ground instructional airframe 
				13089 (MSN 14A-1388). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT348.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jan46. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. 
					No 1 Flying Training School Apr52. Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, 
					Gloucestershire Jul53. SOC Mar55 
				13090 (MSN 14A-1389) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT349; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FT349, later as B-80. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst. Operating from 
					Valkenburg, the pilot lost control and crashed into the North Sea off Ter Heijde,
					six kms west of The Hague, Netherlands 26Sep60 (2KIS). SOC 29Sep6
				13091 (MSN 14A-1390) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT350; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corp /Hærens Flyvertropper 19Dec46 as FT350. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-322. Harvardskolen, Karup. Crashed Skanderborg, Denmark 11May48.
				13092 (MSN 14A-1391) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT351.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Oct44.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, 
					Gloucestershire Jan46.  No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham Dec46. 
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Feb49. Manchester University 
					Air Squadron, Woodvale, Lancashire Mar55; Durham University Air Squadron Dec55. SOC Oct57
				13093 (MSN 14A-1392) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT352. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. Royal Air Force Flying College, 
					Manby, Lincolnshire Aug49. ? 605 (County of Warwick) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air 
					Force, Honiley, Warwickshire Nov51. SOC Jun57
				13094 (MSN 14A-1393). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT353.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44.  No 19 Service Flying Training School Jun45. RAF College, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 1 Flying Training School Jul47. During a practice forced 
					landing, the engine failed, stalled and crashed at Folkingham, Lincolnshire  
				13095 (MSN 14A-1394) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT354.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jan45.  No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, 
					Warwickshire Jun45.  No 2 Flying Training School Jul47. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), Brize Norton, 
					Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar50. 
					Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sep51. SOC Apr5 
				13096 (MSN 14A-1395) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT355.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Sep44. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Nov46.  No 21 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec46.  
					No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Sep47. 
					No 62 Group Communications Flight, Colerne, Wiltshire Jun49. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May51. 
					No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Aug51. SOC 7May53
				13097 (MSN 14A-1396). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT356.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Oct44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Gloucestershire Dec45 as ground 
					instructional airframe 5768M. SOC 20Sep50
				13098 (MSN 14A-1397) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT357.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec46 as FT357, later as B-60; 
					loaned  to Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 13Sep46 as L-4; code 12-4. 
					Returned to RNLAAF 3Feb49. After departing Gilze-Rijen Air Base, the plane crashed in a field while 
					practicing emergency landings between Schijndel and Sint-Michielsgestel, Netherlands 16Oct50.
				13099 (MSN 14A-1378) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT358.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, 
					Wiltshire Oct45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Aviolanda, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Swiss Air Force 16Feb49 as U-303. SOC 12Feb68
				13100 (MSN 14A-1399) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT359.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Dec44;  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Jun45. 
					No 20 Flying Training School, Church Lawford, Warwickshire Mar46. Undershot landing at Church Lawford 21Aug46.
				13101 (MSN 14A-1400) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT360. Empire Central Flying School, Hullavington, 
					Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun48. Royal Air Force Flying College, Manby, 
					Lincolnshire Aug49.  No 1 Flying Training School Mar51. SOC Apr55
				13102 (MSN 14A-1401) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT361.  No 3 Flying Instructor School, 
					Lulsgate Bottom, Bristol Aug44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Aug45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46.
					Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sep51. SOC Jun57. 
					Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				13103 (MSN 14A-1402) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT362.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov46 as FT362, later as B-18. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1948
				13104 (MSN 14A-1403) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT363.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 3 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Nov45. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Dec45.  No 3 Flying Training School, 
					Feltwell, Norfolk Apr47. Collided with Harvard FT263 [43-13004], abandoned and crashed four 
					miles west of Marham, Norfolk 3Feb49.
				13105 (MSN 14A-1404) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT364.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Oct44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45.  
					No 6 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Nov45. 
					No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec45. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May47. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. Central Flying 
					School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire May52. SOC Mar55
				13106 (MSN 14A-1405) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT365; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT365, later as B-147. 
					Not used by LSK.  To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van het 
					Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL). Shipped to Dutch East Indies aboard MS Tjikampek 
					Nov47. May have become B-417. WFU May50
				13107 (MSN 14A-1406) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT366; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov46 as FT366, later as B-148. 
					Not used by LSK.  To Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force / Militaire Luchtvaart van het 
					Koninklijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (ML-KNIL). Shipped to Dutch East Indies aboard MS Tjikampek Nov47.
					Reserialled as B-418. WFU May5 
				13108 (MSN 14A-1407) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT367.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, 
					Wiltshire Oct45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46. 
					No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, Norfolk May47. ? 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham Jul47. SOC 30Apr51
				13109 (MSN 14A-1408) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT368; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/ Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT368, later as B-70. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960. 
				13110 (MSN 14A-1409) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT369.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Damaged whilst stationary at Coleby Grange, Lincolnshire
					21Apr45 when it was struck by Harvard FT215 [43-12956] taxying after its pilot mistook 
					marshalling signals intended for another aircraft as being for him.  No 610 (County of Chester) 
					Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Hooton Park, Cheshire, Hooton Park, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire
					Jul47. SOC 30Dec53 
				13111 (MSN 14A-1410) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT370. Shipped to India.  No 607 Squadron. 
					No 28 Squadron; missing en-route from Sadaung, Burma to Agartala, Bengal 14Mar45 when
					It was last heard from over Thazi, Burma 
				13112 (MSN 14A-1411) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT371. Shipped to India. 
					Advanced Flying School (India), Ambala, Haryana.  To Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47
				13113 (MSN 14A-1412) .Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT372. Shipped to India; 
					no record of RAF service in India. SOC 24Apr47
				13114 (MSN 14A-1413) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT373. Shipped to India. 
					Station Flight, St Thomas Mount, Madras. Royal Indian Air Force 25Sep47.
				13115 (MSN 14A-1414) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT374. Shipped to India. 
					No 18 Squadron.  No 155 Squadron.  No 60 Squadron Oct46.  No 28 Squadron. 
					Far East Communications Squadron, Changi, Singapore Dec47. Far East Examining 
					Squadron, Seletar, Singapore. Crashed landing at Butterworth, Malaya 6Feb51
				13116 (MSN 14A-1415) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT375. Delivered to Canada 22Dec43 ‘in error’. 
					Shipped to UK for Royal Air Force 4Mar44.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, 
					Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. Mid-air collision with Harvard KF366 (MSN 14A-2066) 
					during formation flying practice at Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire 21Apr45. Royal Aircraft 
					Establishment, Farnborough, Hampshire May46. Aeroplane & Armament Experimental 
					Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire Nov54. Defence Research Establishment, 
					Farnborough. Sold at Ministry of Defence auction 30May96. Registered 4Jul96 as N16NA; 
					cancelled 4Jun99 on export to UK. Registered 11Jun99 as G-BWUL; flies as FT375.  
					Did not go to I-HRVD.  To I-BWUL 2015, still flying in RAF colours as FT375.
				13117 (MSN 14A-1416) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT376.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45.  No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Dec45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Oct46. Hit trees while on a low flying navigation 
					exercise at Normanby, Lincolnshire 5Jan50 (2KIS).  
				13118 (MSN 14A-1417) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT377.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45. Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, 
					Denmark. Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 19Apr47 as FT377. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-323.  To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722.
					Crashed taking off from Flyvestation Værløse, Denmark 6Apr55
				13119 (MSN 14A-1418) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT378.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Oct45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. SOC Jun54.
				13120 (MSN 14A-1419) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT379.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Damaged when the landing gear failed landing 
					at Wittering, Cambridgeshire 25Jul45.  No 62 Group Communications Flight, Colerne, 
					Wiltshire Jun49. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia May51.  No 5 Flying Training School, 
					Thornhill, Gwelo Aug51.  No 4 Flying Training School, Heany, Bulawayo Aug53. 
					No 1340 (Special Duties) Flight, Kenya Sep53. SOC 31Mar56
				13121 (MSN 14A-1420) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT380. Delivered to Canada 22Dec43 ‘in error’. 
					Shipped to UK for Royal Air Force 4Mar44.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Errol, 
					Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, 
					Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark.  To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 18Jan47 as FT380. 
					Reserialled 1948 as 31-324. Harvardskolen, Karup. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Eskadrille 722. Station Flight, Flyvestation Værløse. 
					WFU 7Aug58. Ground instructional airframe 13Apr60. Technical training at Egeskov [noted 10Apr67]. 
					Egeskov Veteranmuseum, Kvaerndrup, Denmark 1969. Loaned to Historiske Forening Museet, 
					Karup, Denmark 1992. Displayed at Egeskov Veteranmuseum, Kvaerndrup, Denmark. 
					Returned to Flyvevåbnet. Royal Danish Air Force Historic Collection. Restoration to airworthy 
					condition 2017/18
				13122 (MSN 14A-1421) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT381; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force / Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jun47 as FT381, later as B-131. 
					To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Apr53 as H76. WFU Jul56; scrapped at Evere, Brussels
				13123 (MSN 14A-1422) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT382. Delivered to Canada 22Dec43 ‘in error’. 
					Shipped to UK for Royal Air Force 4Mar44; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jun47 as FT382, later as B-66. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Sold to USA mid 1968. 
					Fargo Air Service, Nashua, NH 1970; noted unconverted in RNAF Camouflage at Nashua Oct70
					Conflict:
					Registered as N8992 with MSN 66-2637 [RCAF 2904]; current [Jun20]. Substantially damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Ellenville, NY 21Aug78
				13124 (MSN 14A-1423) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT383.  No 21 Flying Training School, 
					Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. Shipped to Singapore Jan52.  To Malayan Auxiliary Air Force Aug52. 
					SOC 30Apr57
				13125 (MSN 14A-1424)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT384; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jun47 as FT384, later as B-54. 
					Scrapped for spare parts 1951 
				13126 (MSN 14A-1425) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT385.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Feb47 as FT385, later as B-55. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1951
				13127 (MSN 14A-1426) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT386.  No 12 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Aug44. 
					No 21 Group Communications Flight, Cranwell, Lincolnshire. Damaged when the right landing gear 
					retracted whilst the aircraft was taxying after landing at Spitalgate, Grantham, Lincolnshire 27Feb45. 
					No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Apr45. 
					No 3 Service Flying Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Jan46. Crashed at Downham 
					Market, Norfolk 29Nov46.
				13128 (MSN 14A-1427) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT387.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45.  No 22 Service Flying Training School, Ouston, Durham Jul46. SOC 30Apr5 
				13129 (MSN 14A-1428) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT388.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. SOC 30Apr51.
				13130 (MSN 14A-1429) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT389.  No 11 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Jan45. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun45.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Mar46. 
					Reserve Command Communications Flight Jul47.  No 610 (County of Chester) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary 
					Air Force, Hooton Park, Cheshire, Hooton Park, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire Sep47. SOC 30Apr51.
				13131 (MSN 14A-1430) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT390.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44. SOC 26Oct44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jun48 as FT390, later as B-139. 
					To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Feb53 as H83. WFU Jul56.
				13132 (MSN 14A-1431) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT391. Delivered to Canada 15Dec43 ‘in error’. 
					Shipped to UK for Royal Air Force 4Mar44; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 29Oct47 as FT391, later as B-97. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Honcoop Trading Co, 
					Veen, Netherlands 1969. Registered PH-HON 10Jul70; cancelled 8Jul71. Registered G-AZBN 13Jul71; 
					current. Strathallan Aircraft Collection, Auchterarder, Scotland 13Jul71/14Jul81
				13133 (MSN 14A-1432) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT392. Delivered to Canada 22Dec43 ‘in error’. 
					Shipped to UK for Royal Air Force 4Mar44.  No 22 Reserve Flying School, Cambridge Jun49. 
					Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Jan51.  No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Apr51. 
					No 1340 (Special Duties) Flight, Kenya Jun53. SOC 31Mar56. Field Aircraft Services (South Africa) Pty Ltd, 
					Rand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Registered Sep55 as ZS-DML.  To Syrian Arab Air Force Jun56
				13134 (MSN 14A-1433) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT393.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Jun45. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. ? 2 Flying Training School Jun48. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (Examining Wing), Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Jul49.  N9 22 Flying Training 
					School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jan51. SOC Dec56
				13135 (MSN 14A-1434) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT394.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Oct44. ? 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 22 Service Flying Training School, Calveley, Cheshire Nov45.  N9 7 Flying Training School May51. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Aug53. ? 1 Flying Training School May54. SOC Mar57
				13136 (MSN 14A-1435). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT395.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. Collided with Airspeed Oxford EB797 during 
					unauthorised battle practice attacking the Oxford and crashed one mile south of Newton, 
					Nottinghamshire 18Feb45 (1KIS). 
				13137 (MSN 14A-1436) 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. 
					Damaged landing at Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY 16Feb44. Lend-Lease to British Government 
					as Harvard IIb FT396; no RAF service. Crashed in North America
				13138 (MSN 14A-1437) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT397.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 2 Flying Training 
					School Nov48. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 
					(Examining Wing), Brize Norton, Oxfordshire Jul49. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar50. Central Flying School (Basic), South Cerney, Cirencester, 
					Gloucestershire Sep51. SOC Mar55 
				13139 (MSN 14A-1438) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT398.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44. ? 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					Returned to US Government. Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 31May47 as FT398. Reserialled 1948 as 31-325.
					To  Royal Danish Air Force / Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. Crashed Christiansfeld, Denmark 26Jun58 (2KIS).
				13140 (MSN 14A-1439) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT399.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit,
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Nov44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. ? 203 Advanced Flying School Apr48. 
					No 226 Operational Conversion Unit Sep49. Shipped to Southern Rhodesia Nov50.
					No 5 Flying Training School, Thornhill, Gwelo Mar51. ? 4 Flying Training School, Heany, 
					Bulawayo Aug53; stored. SOC Dec53
				13141 (MSN 14A-1440) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT400.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Nov44. No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Apr47 as FT400, later as B-30. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional
					airframe 1961. Achterveld, Netherlands, on display in a playground; incorporated parts 
					from MSN 14A-894 [43-12595], 14A-1536 [43-34650] and 14A-1721 [43-34835]
				13142 (MSN 14A-1441) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT401.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Sep44. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham,
					 Gloucestershire Nov46.  No 21 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Dec46.  No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying 
					Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire Sep47.  No 2 Flying Training School Oct48. 
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jan50.  No 3 Flying Training School, 
					Feltwell, Norfolk Mar50.  No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Mar50. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Sep50. ? 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Nov50. 
					Crashed on Little Knock near Tweedsmuir, Scotland 16Jan53. (1KIS). The aircraft was from No 22 Flying 
					Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire at Syerston near Newark but was being used by a 
					detachment at Anthorn. A trainee Fleet Air Arm pilot was briefed to fly an aerobatics practice 
					flight followed by QGH controlled descent practice. The aircraft was seen by a shepherd 
					as it over flew Tweedsmuir at a height he estimated to be 50 to 100 feet before turning 
					south along one of the valleys just to the east of the village. Shortly after he heard a bang 
					and immediately assumed that it had crashed. Two hours later the crash site was located 
					by another shepherd close to the summit of Little Knock, an outlier of Broad Law. The accident 
					report concluded that the aircraft had struck while in a steep climb on the opposite side of 
					the ridge it struck. The aircraft ‘bounced’ over the summit before its port wing dug in and 
					caused the wreck to cart-wheel and come to rest inverted. Another fact that was determined 
					was that a friend of the pilot lived in a house very close to the point where he turned south 
					up the valley. It states “from the accounts of eye witnesses and examination of the wreckage 
					it would appear that the pilot was “beating up” his friends house against orders and that when 
					endeavouring to climb away up a small narrow blind valley the aircraft was unable to obtain 
					sufficient height to clear the hill tops which were in cloud and flew into the hills”. 
				13143 (MSN 14A-1442) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT402. Empire Central Flying School, 
					Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire May46. 
					Crashed at Kingscote, Gloucestershire 27Sep48
				13144 (MSN 14A-1443) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT403.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. SOC 30Apr51
				13145 (MSN 14A-1444) Delivered to RAF Apr44 as Harvard IIb FT404; no RAF service.
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FT404, later as B-71. 
					To  Netherlands Air Force Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1966. 
					Deelen AB as a ground instructional airframe 1972; outer wings cut. Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, 
					Soesterberg AB 1973/85; airworthy by 1984. Force landed in Belgium Apr85. Stichting Vliegsport 
					Gilze-Rijen 1985. Registered PH-MLM 5Jul85. Modified as replica Fokker D.XXI “218” for movie. 
					KLu Historic Flight Foundation / Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen Air Base 2001. 
					Registration cancelled 5Jan15 with expired C of A
				13146 (MSN 14A-1445) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT405.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Feb46.  No 604 (County of Middlesex) Squadron, 
					Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Hendon, Middlesex Jul47. SOC Jun57
				13147 (MSN 14A-1446) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT406; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FT406, later as B-83. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1962 
				13148 (MSN 14A-1447) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT407; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland as FT407, later as B-101. 
					Loaned to Belgian Air Force Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FT407; returned to the Netherlands Aug49. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 1958. 
					Written off at Hato, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles 25Feb61 
				13149 (MSN 14A-1448) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT408. ? 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland Aug44.  To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT408..
					JVS (Operational Training Unit), Twenthe Air Base, Enschede. Damaged landing at Twenthe AB 15Apr47. 
					Reserialled as B-29.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					Destroyed in a hangar fire at Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands 30Oct61. Departing from Eindhoven, 
					a KLu Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, serial P-111 (52-7145) suffered control problems and the 
					pilot elected to carry out an emergency landing at Gilze-Rijen Air Base. The airplane went off 
					the runway and crashed into a hangar, killing the pilot. The accident destroyed five North American AT-16 Harvard
					and seven Piper L-18C, L-21A and L-21B Super Cub aircraft were damaged or destroyed
				13150 (MSN 14A-1449) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT409.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, Wellingore, 
					Lincolnshire Oct44.  No 613 (City of Manchester) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Ringway, Cheshire Apr49. 
					Shipped to Kenya Jul54.  N9 1340 (Special Duties) Flight, Kenya Sep54.  To Royal Jordanian Air Force Jan56
				13151 (MSN 14A-1450) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT410.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, 
					Scotland Aug44.  
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT410, later as B-37. 
					To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Apr53 as H77. Crash landed after engine failure 
					at Brustem/Kerkom 19Jan54. WFU Jul57; scrapped at Evere, Brussels
				13152 (MSN 14A-1451) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT411.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, 
					Scotland Jul44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jun45. Central Flying School, 
					Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46.  No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Dec49. SOC May54
				13153 (MSN 14A-1452) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT412.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48; 
					hit a tree during a forced landing near Barsby, Leicestershire 14Jul50
				13154 (MSN 14A-1453) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT413.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 6 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Nov45. No 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire Mar46.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Oct46. No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar53. SOC Jun57. 
					Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				13155 (MSN 14A-1454) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT414.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, 
					Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 600 (City of London) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Biggin Hill, 
					Kent Aug46. Crashed into a blast pen and destroyed by fire at Biggin Hill, Kent 23Aug51
				13156 (MSN 14A-1455) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT415.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jul44.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Feb48. 
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Apr51. Crashed at Kinder Scout, Derbyshire 14Jan52 (1KIS). 
					The Fleet Air Arm student pilot had taken off from RAF Syerston near Newark on Trent on a day cross 
					country navigation exercise. The route would have taken him southwest from the airfield with the return 
					a little further to the east to pass over Bottesford near Grantham. After the aircraft had failed to 
					return to Syerston, the station took overdue action and a search for the aircraft was initiated.
					The missing aircraft was found the following Saturday by a group of walkers on the Wool Packs, 
					Kinder Scout near Edale; until that point it had been obscured by snow cover. The reason for the 
					aircraft being at least 45 miles off course was never really determined, though it has been noted 
					that the student was from Stockport and the crash site lies close to the route from Syerston to 
					Stockport. It was thought he was possibly following the Sheffield to Stockport railway line but 
					struck the side of Kinder near the head of Edale
				13157 (MSN 14A-1456) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT416.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Oct44.  No 1 Flying Training School Apr52. SOC May57
				13158 (MSN 14A-1457) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT417.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. ? 6 Service Flying Training School, Little Rissington, 
					Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Mar46. ? 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire May47. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov48 as FT417, later as B-143. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice Feb60
				13159 (MSN 14A-1458) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT418.  No 7 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Oct44. 
					Empire Flying School. No 7 Service Flying Training School Oct47. No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					No 2 Flying Training School Jun53. SOC May57
				13160 (MSN 14A-1459) Delivered to RAF Apr44 as Harvard IIb FT419; no RAF service. Returned to US Government. 
					Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov47 as FT419, later as B-103. 
					Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FT419; returned to the 
					Netherlands Aug49.  To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1962. Anthony Fokker School, Schipol, Amsterdam 
					as a ground instructional airframe 1963. KLM Apprentice School, Schiphol 1972. 
					Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp van Zeist Nov85; museum moved to Soesterberg 2012. 
					Valkenburg AB Oct86/87 for restoration. Preserved and on display in false Marks as 
					Marine Luchtvaartdienst UT-6, 099/K. Nationaal Militair Museum, Soesterberg Jan17.
				13161 (MSN 14A-1460) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT420; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Apr47 as FT420, later as B-34. 
					WFU. Ground instructional airframe 1951
				13162 (MSN 14A-1461) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT421.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, 
					Pewsey, Wiltshire Oct45. Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, 
					Gloucestershire May46. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jan53. SOC Jul54
				13163 (MSN 14A-1462) Delivered to RAF Feb44 as Harvard IIb FT422; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jun47 as FT422, later as B-67. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU. 
					Ground instructional airframe 1966. Deelen AB as a ground instructional airframe 1972. 
					Eric Vormezeele, Brasschaat AB, Belgium 1974/87. Musée Royal de l'Armée et d'Histoire 
					Militaire, Brussels, Belgium 1987/91; stored at Tieln, Belgium pending restoration. 
					Letecké Muzeum, Kbely AB, Prague, Czech Republic 1999
				13164 (MSN 14A-1463) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT423.  No 19 Flying Training School, 
					Cranwell, Lincolnshire May45. Damaged when the pilot held off too high and stalled the 
					right wing, causing it to hit the ground at Wellingore 27Jun45.  No 1 Flying Training School Dec52. 
					SOC Jun57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey
				13165 (MSN 14A-1464) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT424.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, 
					Montrose, Scotland May44. ? 7 Flying Instructor School, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire Jun45. 
					Central Flying School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire May46; hit a tree and 
					crashed while low flying near Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire 22Jan52.
				13166 (MSN 14A-1465)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT425. Empire Central Flying 
					School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Oct46 as FT425, later as B-38. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. After departing 
					Gilze-Rijen, during the approach for a forced landing after engine failure, the aircraft hit 
					high tension wires and crashed in flames at Zaltbommel, north of 's-Hertogenbosch, 
					Netherlands 20Dec57 
				13167 (MSN 14A-1466) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT426.  No 17 Service Flying 
					Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Aug44. Damaged when the engine cut out at 75 
					feet over the airfield boundary on take-off from Wellingore 22Feb45. The pilot force 
					landed wheels-up in a field just outside the airfield.  No 1 Flying Training School Jun47. SOC 15Sep50
				13168 (MSN 14A-1467) Delivered to RAF Feb44 as Harvard IIb FT427; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland 30Oct47 as FT427, later as B-118.
					Loaned to Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Aug48 as FT427; returned to the Netherlands Aug49.
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Deelen AB as a 
					ground instructional airframe 1972. Gilze-Rijen Aero Club, Gilze-Rijen Air Base Aug76. 
					Claimed to have been registered as PH-TOO or PH-FAR. Used for film work. In 
					‘A Bridge Too Far’ [1976] was painted to represent a Hawker Typhoon; code HF-N. 
					Later painted to represent a Fokker D.XXI serial 241. Registered 31Jul79 as PH-IIB. 
					Stichting Vliegsport Gilze-Rijen 1987. Current with the 
					KLu Historic Flight Foundation/Stichting KLu Historische Vlucht, Gilze-Rijen Air Base. 
					For the jubilee of No 320 Squadron the aircraft was Marked as ‘PH-320’.
				13169 (MSN 14A-1468) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT428.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit. 
					No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Oct44. Collided with Airspeed Oxford LW955, 
					crashed and destroyed by fire after the pilot bailed out at Rowney Lodge Farm, close to Oakley Folly, 
					Shropshire 27Feb45
				13170 (MSN 14A-1469) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT429.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44. ? 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					No 22 Service Flying Training School, Calveley, Cheshire Nov45.  No 22 Service Flying 
					Training School, Ouston, Durham May46. Ground looped landing at Ouston 7Dec47. 
					No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Finningley, Yorkshire Apr48 as ground instructional airframe 6530M. 
					No 22 Flying Training School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire as ground instructional airframe 6530M. SOC Oct51
				13171 (MSN 14A-1470) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT430.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jul44.  No 2 Flying Instructor School, Montrose, Scotland Aug44.
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT430, later as B-47. 
					To Belgian Air Force/Belgische Luchtmacht Oct52 as H75. Wrecked while parked when 
					Harvard H-74 [43-12988] crash landed on top of it at Brustem AB, Belgium 26Sep53. 
				13172 (MSN 14A-1471) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT431. Empire Central Flying 
					School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington, 
					Gloucestershire May46. Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Jul49.  No 2 Flying Training School Oct53. SOC Mar57
				13173 (MSN 14A-1472) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT432.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying 
					Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44. Returned to US Government. 
					Ferried Pershore, Worcestershire to Karup, Denmark. 
					To Danish Army Air Corps/Hærens Flyvertropper 20Jun47 as FT432. Reserialled 1948 as 31-326. 
					To Royal Danish Air Force/Flyvevåbnet 1Oct50. WFU 18Aug58. Scrapped at Flyvestation Værløse 31May61
				13174 (MSN 14A-1473) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT433.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire May45. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jun47. RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Feb48. SOC Dec56
				13175 (MSN 14A-1474) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT434.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, 
					Shropshire Jun45.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46. SOC 30Sep50
				13176 (MSN 14A-1475). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT435.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44.  No 7 Service Flying Training School Apr46.  No 7 Flying Training 
					School Jan48.  No 1 (Pilot) Refresher Flying Unit, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire May48. 
					Flying Refresher School, Finningley, Doncaster, Yorkshire Jun49. ? 7 Flying Training School Sep51. 
					SOC Jun57 
				13177 (MSN 14A-1476) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT436.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44.  No 7 Flying Training School Jul52.  No 22 Flying Training 
					School, Syerston, Nottinghamshire Jan53.  No 9 Flying Training School Jul53. SOC Mar57
				13178 (MSN 14A-1477) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT437; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov46 as FT437, later as B-39. 
					Crashed and burned when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with Harvard B-92 (43-12615) 
					near Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 12Jul49
				13179 (MSN 14A-1478) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT438.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44. SOC 30Sep50.
				13180 (MSN 14A-1479) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT439.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Jun45. 
					RAF College, Cranwell, Lincolnshire Apr47. SOC Apr51
				13181 (MSN 14A-1480) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT440.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44.  No 21 Flying Training School, Snitterfield, Warwickshire Jun45. 
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Aug46.  No 7 Flying Training School Jan48. 
					Crashed at Deeping St James, Lincolnshire 20Feb53 (1KIS)
				13182 (MSN 14A-1481) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT441.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44. SOC 31Oct50 
				13183 (MSN 14A-1482). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT442.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, 
					Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44. Crashed at Shining Tor, Peak District 30Nov44 (1KIA). 
					A Czechoslovakian pilot who had joined the RAF Volunteer Reserve, took off from 
					RAF Ternhill, Shropshire on a solo cross country training flight 30Nov44. After being in the 
					air for over two hours, the pilot was flying west back towards the base through dense 
					cloud when he flew into the eastern slope of Shining Tor, west of Buxton, Derbyshire and was killed. 
					It appears that while flying in the cloud the pilot had flown off course and then descended 
					before he was clear of high ground 
				13184 (MSN 14A-1483) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT443.  No 17 Service Flying Training School, 
					Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44. Returned to US Government.  To French Air Force/Armée de l’Air May49 as FT443
				13185 (MSN 14A-1484) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT444.  No 7 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit Sep44.
					No 7 Service Flying Training School Mar46. Returned to US Government. 
					To French Air Force/Armée de l’Air May49 as FT444. École des Moniteurs, Base École 706, 
					Cazaux, France. Accident 15Mar51
				13186 (MSN 14A-1485) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT445. Empire Central Flying 
					School, Hullavington, Gloucestershire Jun44. Empire Flying School, Hullavington,
					Gloucestershire May46. Empire Air Armaments School, Manby, Lincolnshire Jun49. 
					No 6 Flying Training School, Little Rissington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Jul49. 
					No 1 Flying Training School May51. SOC Jun57. Derelict at RJ Coley, Hanworth, Surrey.
				13187 (MSN 14A-1486) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT446.  No 17 Service Flying 
					Training School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44. SOC 30Sep50
				13188 (MSN 14A-1487) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT447; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FT447, later as B-75. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Withdrawn from use 1962
				13189 (MSN 14A-1488) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT448; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland May47 as FT448, later as B-51. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1956. 
				13190 (MSN 14A-1489) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT449.  No 9 (Pilot) Advanced Flying 
					Unit, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland Sep44.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Jun45. 
					SOC 31Jan51.
				13191 (MSN 14A-1490) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT450.  No 3 Service Flying 
					Training School, South Cerney, Gloucestershire Feb46.  No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, 
					Norfolk Apr47.  No 2 Flying Training School Nov48. Central Flying School (Basic), 
					South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Jul49. Shipped to Malaya Jul53. 
					Malayan Auxiliary Air Force Oct53. SOC 30Apr57 
				13192 (MSN 14A-1491). Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT451.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Oct44. SOC 15Oct50 
				13193 (MSN 14A-1492) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT452; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jan47 as FT452, later as B-23. 
					ped for spare parts 1951
				13194 (MSN 14A-1493) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT453.  No 17 Service Flying Training 
					School, Wellingore, Lincolnshire Jul44.  No 1 Flying Training School Jul51.  No 3 Flying Training 
					School, Feltwell, Norfolk Jan52. Substantially damaged in a forced landing after engine failure 
					on approach to Feltwell, Norfolk 1Feb54.
				13195 (MSN 14A-1494) Delivered to RAF Mar44 as Harvard IIb FT454; no RAF service.
					 Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Jul47 as FT454, later as B-84. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53.
					To Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service/Marine Luchtvaartdienst 30Mar66 UT-6, serial number 098. 
					Maritime Air Base De Kooy, Den Helder. SOC 4Feb70. Honcoop Trading Co, Veen, Netherlands 1972.
					 Registered 4Aug72 as OO-DAF; current [Sep17]. Fitted with the data plate of aircraft 42-653
				13196 (MSN 14A-1495) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT455; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Dec47 as FT455, later as B-142. 
					Scrapped for spare parts 1951
				13197 (MSN 14A-1496) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT456; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Sep46 as FT456, later as B-21. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1962
				13198 (MSN 14A-1497) Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT457.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training 
					School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Aug44.  No 19 Flying Training School, Cranwell, 
					Lincolnshire Jun45.  No 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School, Newton, Nottinghamshire Sep45. 
					No 7 Flying Training School Dec45.  No 608 (North Riding) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 
					Thornaby, Yorkshire Apr48.  No 504 (County of Nottingham) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 
					Wymeswold, Leicestershire May48.  No 608 (North Riding) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 
					Thornaby, Yorkshire Jul48. SOC 30Dec53
				13199 (MSN 14A-1498) Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT458; no RAF service.
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Aug47 as FT458, later as B-85. 
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. Used for fire practice 1960.
				13200 (MSN 14A-1499)Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT459; no RAF service. 
					Returned to US Government. 
					To Royal Netherlands Army Air Force/Leger Luchtmacht Nederland Nov46 as FT459, later as B-12.
					To Royal Netherlands Air Force/Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 27Mar53. WFU 1963. 
				13201 (MSN 14A-1500) . Delivered to RAF as Harvard IIb FT460.  No 5 (Pilot) Advanced 
					Flying Unit, Ternhill, Shropshire Sep44.  No 2 Flying Training School Jun45. SOC 31Oct50
43-13202		Fairchild XC-82 Packet
				MSN 10001.  To ground instructional airframe at Pope AFB, NC in 1948.  Scrapped there Oct 21, 1948.
43-13203/14403		Cancelled contracts
				13203 (MSN 10002) cancelled XC-82
43-14404/14405		Douglas C-53
				DC-3s impressed by USAAF from Pan American.
				14404 MSN 4960 ex NC34949 from Pan American.  To US Navy May 14, 1943 as R4D-4 43-14404.  To NC30094.  
					To TI-1006 Jul48.  W/O 12May61 OR US 06Sep61 at San Jose, Costa Rica
				14405 MSN 4961 ex NC34950 from Pan American.  To US Navy as R4D-4.  To NC30095 Dec 1942
					To XA-JAE Augf 26, 1969.  In storage in Mexico in 2006
43-14406/14407		Beech XA-38 Destroyer
				14406 US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for 
					proposed USAAF aviation museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at 
					Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
43-14408/14916		Fairchild UC-61A Forwarder
				Fairchild Model 24W
				14408 to RAF as Argus II FS500.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14409 to USAAC at Wright Field, where it spent the entire war.  To RFC in 1946.
					To civil registry as NC47053, then N1941S.  To Canadian registry as CF-DAE.
					Flew in Canada for decades until wrecked when hangar door fell on the
					plane.  Repaired but ground looped 3 months after repair and snapped
					right wing spar.  Now in storage for spares.
				14410 to RAF as Argus II FS501.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14411 to RAF as Argus II FS502.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947
				14412 to RAF as Argus II FS503.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14413 to RAF as Argus II FS504.  SOC Feb 27, 1947.
				14414 to RAF as Argus II FS505.  Returned to USAAF Nov 1, 1943
				14415 to RAF as Argus II FS506.  SOC May 31, 1945
				14416 (MSN 380) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				14417 to RAF as Argus II FS507.  SOC May 31, 1945
				14418 to RAF as Argus II FS508.  No record of fate
			 14419 (MSN 383)	306th Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, Thurleigh (Station 111), Bedfordshire Mar44.
				14421 (MSN 385) registered NC74135, cancelled May 2, 1949.  Registered F-BFPO Aug 25, 1950,
					cancelled May 13, 1977.
				14426 to RAF as Argus II FS509.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				14427 to RAF as Argus II FS510.  Returned to USAAF Feb 18, 1947
				14428 to RAF as Argus II FS511.  Returned to USAAF Mar 19, 1947.  Registeree NC79818, cancelled.
					Registered F-BECY May 24, 1950, cancelled May 26, 1971 
				14429 to RAF as Argus II FS512.  No record of fate.
				14430 to RAF as Argus II FS513.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					Reported supplied postwar to Yugoslav AF
				14431 to RAF as Argus II FS514.  SOC Sep 26, 1946.
				14432 to RAF as Argus II FS515.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14433 to RAF as Argus II FS516.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
				14434 to RAF as Argus II FS517.  SOC Jul 31, 1944.
				14443 (MSN 407) to RAF as Argus II FS518.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.  With RAAF as F24R Argus A36-4 and seen in
					1973 as VH-ADF
				14444 to RAF as Argus II FS519.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				14445 to RAF as Argus II FS520.  SOC Jul 6, 1944.
				14446 to RAF as Argus II FS521.  SOC Sep 28, 1944.
				14447 to RAF as Argus II FS522.  SOC Jun 28, 1945.
				14448 to RAF as Argus II FS523.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14451 (MSN 415) registered in 1973 as VH-ACW
				14452 (MSN 416) as Argus II to VH-ACV, A36-1 then VH-BVF as seen in Bankstown, NSW in 1973.  Air-Britain
					gives this as FS535, MM314452, I-MARC.  A problem here. A36-1 was a Fairchild 24R-9, c/n R9-416 ex VH-ACV of Newcastle Aero Club, 
					impressed as A36-1, disposed of as VH-ACV.   This clashes with 43-14478.  It appears that 43-14452 was never
					an RAAF aircraft
				14454 in storage in Holland waiting for restoration.
				14458 to RAF as Argus II FS524.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14459 (MSN 418) to RAF as Argus II FS525.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  TO PH-FAI Jun 8, 2015, N165EB, HB-EIM and FS537.
				14460 to RAF as Argus II FS526.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
				14461 to RAF as Argus II FS527.  SOC Sep 22, 1944
				14462 to RAF as Argus II FS528.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
				14463 to RAF as Argus II FS529.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				14465 damaged in landing accident at Troston, England Aug 23, 1943
				14471 Eighth Air Force. 303rd Bomb Group, Molesworth (Station 107), Huntingdonshire 6Aug44/6Dec44. 
					HQ Squadron, 41st Combat Bomb Wing, Molesworth (Station 107), Huntingdonshire. 
					Damaged taxying at Grafton Underwood (Station 106), Northamptonshire 10Dec44
				14473 to RAF as Argus II FS530.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				14474 to RAF as Argus II FS531.  SOC Oct 1, 1944.
				14475 to RAF as Argus II FS532.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14476 to RAF as Argus II FS533.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.
				14477 to RAF as Argus II FS534.  SOC in 1946.
				14478 to RAF as Argus II FS535.  SOC  Mar 29, 1945.
				14479 to RAF as Argus II FS536.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.
				14483 force landed at Craven Arms,l Near Bridgnorth, England Jeb 27, 1944
				14487 force landed at Kingston Bagpuize, England Aug 20, 1944
				14488 force landed at Heston, England Sep 5, 1943.
				14489 destroyed in ground accident at Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland Jun 21, 1943
				14490 to RAF as Argus II FS537.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff
					and undercarriage torn off, Kolundia Oct 23, 1945.
				14491 to RAF as Argus II FS538.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14492 to RAF as Argus II FS539.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14493 to RAF as Argus II FS540.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				14494 to RAF as Argus II FS541.  No record of fate
				14495 to RAF as Argus II FS542.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				14496 to RAF as Argus II FS543.  SXOC Nov 28, 1946
				14497 to RAF as Argus II FS544.  Diverted to Guatemala Apr 28, 1943 for use by British Air Attache in that
					country, no RAF service.  Sold Dec 1945 as LG-BAG
				14498 (27th ATG, HQ) ground looped at Kenley, UK Aug 16, 1943.
				14503 (HQ 5 ADG) damaged in takeoff accident at Neuhof, Germany Jul 2, 1945.
				14506	 US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for 
					proposed USAAF aviation museum. Dismantled and shipped to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special 
					Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
				14510 to RAF as Argus II FS545.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
				14511 to RAF as Argus II FS546.  SOC Jun 30, 1944.
				14512 to RAF as Argus II FS547.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14513 to RAF as Argus II FS548.  DBR when vehicle backed into it at
					Ismailia Jul 23, 1946
				14514 to RAF as Argus II FS549.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.
				14515 to RAF as Argus II FS550.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				14516 to RAF as Argus II FS551.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14517 to RAF as Argus II FS552.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14518 to RAF as Argus II FS553.  Wrecked when undershot landing and
					undercarriage leg collapsed, Mariut May 5, 1945.
				14519 to RAF as Argus II FS554.  No record of fate
				14530 to RAF as Argus II FS555.  Crashed on landing, Beirut Jan 17, 1944
				14531 to RAF as Argus II FS556.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14532 to RAF as Argus II FS557.  DBR when swung on landing and undercarriage
					collapsed, Kasfareet Oct 26, 1944
				14533 to RAF as Argus II FS558.  SOC Mar 29,1945
				14534 to RAF as Argus II FS559.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29,1946
				14535 to RAF as Argus II FS560.  Returned to USAAF Dec 11, 1946
				14536 to RAF as Argus II FS561.  SOC Nov 28, 1946  
				14537 to RAF as Argus II FS562.  Wrecked when flew into ground 8 mi S of
					Abu Sueir Aug 14, 1944
				14538 to RAF as Argus II FS563.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14539 to RAF as Argus II FS564.  No record of fate
				14540 (7 TCS, 62 TCG) w/o in forced landing 6 mi W of Bovino, Italy Jul 2, 1944.
				14548 to RAF as Argus II FS565.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14549 to RAF as Argus II FS566.  Crashed during attempted forced landing 
					2 mi E of Etawah, Uttar Pradesh following engine failure Feb 15, 1945
				14550 to RAF as Argus II FS567.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14551 to RAF as Argus II FS568.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14552 to RAF as Argus II FS569.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14553 to RAF as Argus II FS570.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed during
					forced landing 1 mi NE of Merta Road, Jodhpur following engine
					failure Sep 20, 1945.
				14554 to RAF as Argus II FS571.  Crashed after striking trees, Latimber
					Jun 16, 1944
				14555 to RAF as Argus II FS572.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				14556 to RAF as Argus II FS573.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947 
				14557 to RAF as Argus II FS574.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
				14558 to RAF as Argus II FS575.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14559 to RAF as Argus II FS576.  Crashed during attempted forced landing
					at Dinshali, Egypt following engine failure Aug 28, 1944
				14560 to RAF as Argus II FS577.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				14561 to RAF as Argus II FS578.  Wrecked when swung on landing, hit bank,
					and undercarriage collapsed, Agra Mar 17, 1945
				14562 to RAF as Argus II FS579.  No record of fate
				14563 to RAF as Argus II FS580.  No record of fate
				14564 to RAF as Argus II FS581.  DBR when force landed on beach near
					Singyaung after prop fell off Dec 29, 1945
				14565 to RAF as Argus II FS582.  Overturned during attempted forced
					landing at Pad Idam following engine failure Oct 24, 1943
				14566 to RAF as Argus II FS583.  SOC May 7, 1947
				14567 to RAF as Argus II FS584.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				14571 (MSN 535) to RAF as FS554,  (58 AACS) force landed at Cercola, Italy Oct 3, 1945
				14578 to RAF as Argus II FS585.  Caught in down draft and crashed into hill
					4 mi SW of Cagli, Italy Apr 21, 1945
				14579 to RAF as Argus II FS586.  SOC Sep 26, 1946   
				14580 to RAF as Argus II FS587.  Overturned during attempted forced landing
					4 mi S of San Fernando following engine failure Dec 22, 1944   
				14581 to RAF as Argus II FS588.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed during
					forced landing at Tammer due to engine failure Oct 19, 1943
				14582 (MSN 545) to RAF as Argus II FS589.  Communications Flight, Greece.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed while
					taxiing, Hassani, Athens Sep 21, 1945.
				14583 to RAF as Argus II FS590.  SOC Jul 1944
				14584 to RAF as Argus II FS591.  SOC Apr 22, 1945
				14585 to RAF as Argus II FS592.  Returned to USAAF Aug 28, 1946.  Registered NC79849 in 1946.
					Registrqtion cancelled Oct 23, 1951.  Registered F-BEXS Jul 10, 1951, cancelled Nov 26, 1953. 
				14586 to RAF as Argus II FS593.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14587 to RAF as Argus II FS594.  No record of fate
				14589 destroyed by fire when parked at Depienne (Tunisia) on Nov 14, 1943
				14593 to RAF as Argus II FS595.  SOC Apr 30, 1944
				14594 to RAF as Argus II FS596.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14595 to RAF as Argus II FS597.  DBR in accident ca Jun 24, 1944
				14596 to RAF as Argus II FS598.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14597 to RAF as Argus II FS599.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14598 to RAF as Argus II FS600.  DBR when swung on landing and undercarriage
					collapsed, Palermo Dec 8, 1943.
				14599 to RAF as Argus II FS601.  SOC Apr 22, 1945
				14600 to RAF as Argus II FS602.  Wrecked when swung on landing and
					undercarriage collapsed, Vincenzo Oct 20, 1945.
				14601 (MSN 565) to USAAF Jun 22, 943.  To RAF at Casablanca, French Morocco as Argus II FS603.  
					Assigned to the Mediterranean Allied AF; South of France, 1945; No.87 Group Communications Flight, Jun46; No.22 
					Maintenance Unit, Jul46.  Returned to USAAF Jan 22, 1947.
					To civil registry as G-AIZE Jun 1947.  WFU as abandoned for disposal at Milan Jun 27, 1950
					Reregistered Sep 26, 1950, cancelled feb 13, 1951 as sold to America.  then N9996F Feb 1951, cancelled 
					Jul 27, 1962  Restored as G-AIZE again Aug 14, 1962.  cancelled Mar 6, 1973.  Acquired by RAF Museum 
					Feb 1973.  stored at RAF Henlow 21973.  Later to the Aerospace Museum, Cosford for
					storage.  to Rochester airport, Kent for restoratin bh Medway aircraft Preservation Society Lte
					Oct 21, 1997.  Returned to RAF Museum, Cosford Jun 2, 1999, and since Jun 1999 on display
					at Cosford painted as FS628
				14602 to RAF as Argus II FS604.  SOC Sep 28 1944
				14603 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight
				14605 (454th BG) Suffered unspecified accident when landing at Ansty Airfield, Warwickshire on 18th November 1943
				14608 (MSN 572) became SE-AYI	
				14610 (329 TS) crash landed at Napoli-Capodichino, Italy Jul 3, 1944
				14618 to RAF as Argus II FS605.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14619 to RAF as Argus II FS606.  SOC Sep 28, 1946
				14620 to RAF as Argus II FS607.  SOC Apr 22, 1945
				14621 to RAF as Argus II FS608.  DBR Aug 4, 1944.
				14622 to RAF as Argus II FS609.  No record of fate
				14623 to RAF as Argus II FS610.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14624 to RAF as Argus II FS611.  No record of fate
				14625 to RAF as Argus II FS612.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14626 to RAF as Argus II FS613.  DBR Feb 7, 1944
				14627 to RAF as Argus II FS614.  SOC Jul 1944
				14628 to RAF as Argus II FS615.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14629 MSN 593 Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Argus II FS616. 
					Shipped to Middle East, arriving 30Nov43.  Transferred to Free French
					AF Dec 1, 1943.
				14630 to RAF as Argus II FS617.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				14631 MSN 595 Lend-Lease to British Government. Delivered to RAF as Argus II FS618.  Transferred to Free French
					AF Dec 1, 1943.  GR II/33 "Savoie", North Africa; later in Corsica and France. The airplane 
					was transporting a unit pilot to collect a Spitfire from Salon-de-Provence, France 7Oct44. 
					On return to Dijon-Longvic the left landing gear collapsed on landing and the airplane was 
					destroyed. Noted stored at Etampes, France 1977
				14632 to RAF as Argus II FS619.  SOC Apr 30, 1944
				14633 to RAF as Argus II FS620.  Struck bank on takeoff and
					crashed, Amendola Feb 14, 1945
				14634 to RAF as Argus II FS621.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				14635 to RAF as Argus II FS622.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14636 to RAF as Argus II FS623.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14637 to RAF as Argus II FS624.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14647 (MSN 610) SOC with USAAF at Frankfurt, West Germany in 1946.  Registered SE-AYT in 1946.
				14648 to RAF as Argus II FS625.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14649 to RAF as Argus II FS626.  Wrecked when swung on landing and
					undercarriage collapsed, Kanchrapara Jun 13, 1945.
				14650 to RAF as Argus II FS627.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14651 (MSN 615) to RAF as Argus II FS628.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14652 to RAF as Argus II FS629.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14653 to RAF as Argus II FS630.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14654 to RAF as Argus II FS631.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14655 to RAF as Argus II FS632.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14656 to RAF as Argus II FS633.  SOC Oct 18, 1945
				14657 to RAF as Argus II FS634.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14658 to RAF as Argus II FS635.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14659 to RAF as Argus II FS636.  Wrecked when swung on landing
					and undercarriage collapsed, Dhubalia Mar 7, 1944.
				14660 to RAF as Argus II FS637.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				14661 to RAF as Argus II FS638.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				14662 to RAF as Argus II FS639.  Wrecked when swung on landing
					and undercarriage collapsed, Abu Sueir Feb 12, 1945.
				14663 to RAF as Argus II FS640.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946
				14664 to RAF as Argus II FS641.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947
				14665 to RAF as Argus II FS642.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14666 to RAF as Argus II FS643.  SOC Nov 26, 1946
				14667 to RAF as Argus II FS644.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14668 to RAF as Argus II FS645.  Flew into hill in cloud,
					San Lucia, Italy Oct 30, 1944
				14669 to RAF as Argus II FS646.  Crashed into lagoon off
					San Marco, Venice following engine failure May 15, 1945.
				14671 to RAF as Argus II FS647.  Missing from filming sorty to
					Littorio Sep 1, 1944
				14672 to RAF as Argus II FS648.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14673 to RAF as Argus II FS649.  No record of fate.
				14674 to RAF as Argus II FS650.  SOC Jun 1946.
				14675 to RAF as Argus II FS651.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14676 to RAF as Argus II FS652.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				14677 to RAF as Argus II FS653.  Lost Feb 17, 1944.  
				14678 SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				14684 (MSN 648) to CAA as NC237.  To NC237H
				14687 (MSN 651) to CAA as NC238
				14688 (MSN 652) 1944: TOS USAAF. 
					By 6/45: 561st AAF BU, Rosecrans Field, MO.
					Unknown date: to unknown with c/r N52427. 
					By 1982: William Ross, Elk Grove Village, IL.
					4/16/92: Ten Air Aircraft Corp., Minneapolis, MN. 
					8/25/16: Ty R. Zeiner, Marion, KS.
				14689 to RAF as Argus II FS655.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed during
					forced landing following engine failure 5 mi SSE of Kom Hamada
					Apr 13, 1945.
				14690 to RAF as Argus II FS656.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14691 to RAF as Argus II FS657.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14692 to RAF as Argus II FS658.  Returned to USAAF Jan 30, 1947
				14693 to RAF as Argus II FS659.  Returned to USAF Dec 31, 1946
				14694 to RAF as Argus II FS660.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947
				14695 (MSN 659) to RAF as Argus II FZ719.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946
				14696 (MSN 660) to RAF as Argus II FZ720.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				14697 (MSN 661) to RAF as Argus II FZ721.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				14698 (MSN 662) to RAF as Argus II FZ722.  Returned to USAAF Jan 30, 1947
				14699 (MSN 663) to RAF as Argus II FZ723.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To HB-EAP, to Spanish registry as EC-AJZ
				14700 (MSN 664) to RAF as Argus II FZ724.  Damaged Oct 1944, SOC Jan 25, 1945
				14701 (MSN 665) to RAF as Argus II FZ725.  Crashed on landing at Nicosia Dec 28, 1944
				14702 (MSN 666) to RAF as Argus II FZ726.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14703 (MSN 667) to RAF as Argus II FZ727.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14704 (MSN 668) to RAF as Argus II FZ728.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14705 (MSN 669) to RAF as Argus II FZ729.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14706 (MSN 670) to RAF as Argus II FZ730.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14707 (MSN 671) to RAF as Argus II FZ731.  SOC May 31, 1945
				14708 (MSN 672) to RAF as Argus II FZ732.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				14709 (MSN 673) to RAF as Argus II FZ733.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14710 (MSN 674) to RAF as Argus II FZ734.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14711 (MSN 675) to RAF as Argus II FZ735.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14712 (MSN 676) to RAF as Argus II FZ736.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
				14713 (MSN 677) to RAF as Argus II FZ737.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14714 (MSN 678) to RAF as Argus II FZ738.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14715 (MSN 679) to RAF as Argus II FZ739.  SOC May 1945
				14716 (MSN 680) to RAF as Argus II FZ740.  Communications Flight, Greece. SOC Feb 27, 1947
				14717 (MSN 681) to RAF as Argus II FZ741.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14718 (MSN 682) to RAF as Argus II FZ742.  Wrecked when undercarriage
					collapsed during forced landing after engine lost power, 
					Leomessa, Italy Nov 13, 1944
				14719 (MSN 683) to RAF as Argus II FZ743.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14720 (MSN 684) to RAF as Argus II FZ744.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14721 (MSN 685) to RAF as Argus II FZ745.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14722 (MSN 686) to RAF as Argus II FZ746.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14723 (MSN 687) to RAF as Argus II FZ747.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14724 (MSN 688) to RAF as Argus II FZ748.  Returned to USAAF Nov 24, 1947
				14725 (MSN 689) to RAF as Argus II FZ749.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14726 (MSN 690) to RAF as Argus II FZ750.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14727 (MSN 691) to RAF as Argus II FZ751.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14728 (MSN 692) to RAF as Argus II FZ752.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14729 (MSN 693) to RAF as Argus II FZ753.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				14730 (MSN 694) to RAF as Argus II FZ754.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14731 (MSN 695) to RAF as Argus II FZ755.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
				14732 (MSN 696) to RAF as Argus II FZ756.  SOC Oct 27, 1944
				14733 (MSN 697) to RAF as Argus II FZ757.  Swung on landing and overturned,
					Mafraq Jan 30, 1946
				14734 (MSN 698) to RAF as Argus II FZ758.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14735 (MSN 699) to RAF as Argus II FZ759.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946
				14736 (MSN 700) to RAF as Argus II FZ760.  Communications flight, Greece.  Ditched off Levkas following
					engine failure Mar 19, 1945
				14737 (MSN 701) to RAF as Argus II FZ761.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14738 (MSN 702) to RAF as Argus II FZ762.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14739 (MSN 703) to RAF as Argus II FZ763.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14740 (MSN 704) to RAF as Argus II FZ764.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				14741 (MSN 705) to RAF as Argus II FZ765.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14742 (MSN 706) to RAF as Argus II FZ766.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				14743 (MSN 707) to RAF as Argus II FZ767.  DBR when undercarriage
					collapsed on landing and aircraft overturned, Kolundia Aug 30, 1944
				14744 (MSN 708) to RAF as Argus II FZ768. SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14745 (MSN 709) to RAF as Argus II FZ769. .Shipped on SS Samora from Baltimore, MD 24Oct43, 
					arriving Alexandria, Egypt 1Feb44. Mediterranean Allied Air Forces 2Oct44. RAF Mediterranean 
					and Middle East by Jun45. Communications Flight, Greece. SOC Apr 30, 1947
				14746 (MSN 710) to RAF as Argus II FZ770.  DBR when stalled on takeoff,
					sank back, and undercarriage collapsed, Ramat David Nov 9, 1945
				14747 (MSN 711) to RAF as Argus II FZ771.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14748 (MSN 712) to RAF as Argus II FZ772.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946
				14749 (MSN 713) to RAF as Argus II FZ773.  DBR when swung on landing,
					ran into ditch and overturned, Marchianise Sep 17, 1944
				14750 (MSN 714) to RAF as Argus II FZ774.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14751 (MSN 715) to RAF as Argus II FZ775.  SOC Feb 2, 1945
				14752 (MSN 716) to RAF as Argus II FZ776.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14753 (MSN 717) to RAF as Argus II FZ777.  SOC Apr 22, 1945
				14754 (MSN 718) to RAF as Argus II FZ778.  SOC Apr 30, 1944.
				14755 (MSN 719) to RAF as Argus II FZ779.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				14756 (MSN 141A-720) to RAF as Argus II FZ780.  SOC in
					Middle East Nov 30,1944.  Eventually went to Royal 
					Thai AF.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				14757 (MSN 721) to RAF as Argus II FZ781.  SOC May 1945
				14758 (MSN 722) to RAF as Argus II FZ782.  Returned to USAAF Apr 8, 1947.
				14759 (MSN 723) to RAF as Argus II FZ783.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				14760 (MSN 724) to RAF as Argus II FZ784.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14761 (MSN 725) to RAF as Argus II FZ785.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14762 (MSN 726) to RAF as Argus II FZ786.  Wrecked when struck wall during
					forced landing at night, Ishurdi Mar 13, 1945
				14763 (MSN 727) to RAF as Argus II FZ787.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14764 (MSN 728) to RAF as Argus II FZ788.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14765 (MSN 729) to RAF as Argus II FZ789.  DBR when swung on landing and
					undercarriage leg collapsed, Peshawar Jan 26, 1945
				14766 (MSN 730) to RAF as Argus II FZ790.  SOC May 30, 1946
				14767 (MSN 731) to RAF as Argus II FZ791.  SOC Oct 11, 1945
				14768 (MSN 732) to RAF as Argus II FZ792.  Wrecked when jumped chocks and ran
					into wall, Kankesanturai Jul 16, 1945
				14769 (MSN 733) to RAF as Argus II FZ793.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14770 (MSN 734) to RAF as Argus II FZ794.  SOC Jun 22, 1945.
				14771 (MSN 735) to RAF as Argus II FZ795.  SOC Apr 22, 1945.
				14772 (MSN 736) to RAF as Argus II FZ796.  SOC Nov 31, 1945
				14773 (MSN 737) to RAF as Argus II FZ797.  SOC Apr 30, 1944
				14774 (MSN 738) to RAF as Argus II FZ798.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14775 (MSN 739) to RAF as Argus II FZ799.  SO Sep 28, 1944
				14776 (MSN 740) to RAF as Argus II FZ800.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14777 (MSN 741) to RAF as Argus II FZ801.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				14778 (MSN 742) to RAF as Argus II FZ802.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14779 (MSN 743) to RAF as Argus II FZ803.  SOC May 30, 1946
				14780 (MSN 744) to RAF as Argus II FZ804.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14781 (MSN 745) to RAF as Argus II FZ805.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				14782 (MSN 746) to RAF as Argus II FZ806.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14783 (MSN 747) to RAF as Argus II FZ807.  SOC May 20, 1947
				14784 (MSN 748) to RAF as Argus II FZ808.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14785 (MSN 749) to RAF as Argus II FZ809.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14786 (MSN 750) to RAF as Argus II FZ810.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14787 (MSN 751) to RAF as Argus II FZ811.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14788 (MSN 752) to RAF as Argus II FZ812.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				14789 (MSN 753) to RAF as Argus II FZ813.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14790 (MSN 754) to RAF as Argus II FZ814.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947
				14791 (MSN 755) to RAF as Argus II FZ815.  Shipped on SS Samport from Baltimore, MD 13Jan44, 
					arriving Alexandria, Egypt. Mediterranean Allied Air Forces 1Mar44. RAF Mediterranean and 
					Middle East by Jun45SOC Apr 26, 1947
				14792 (MSN 756) to RAF as Argus II FZ816.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946
				14793 (MSN 757) to RAF as Argus II FZ817.  Returned to USAAF Dec 3, 1946
				14794 (MSN 758) to RAF as Argus II FZ818.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14795 (MSN 759) to RAF as Argus II FZ819.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14796 (MSN 760) to RAF as Argus II FZ820.  SOC Jun 21, 1945
				14797 (MSN 761) to RAF as Argus II FZ821.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14798 (MSN 762) to RAF as Argus II FZ822.  DBR when force landed on beach 3
					mi S of Salerno following engine failure Sep 24, 1944.
				14799 (MSN 763) to RAF as Argus II FZ823.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14800 (MSN 764) to RAF as Argus II FZ824.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				14801 (MSN 765) to RAF as Argus II FZ825.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14802 (MSN 766) to RAF as Argus II FZ826.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14803 (MSN 767) Accepted by USAAF 17Dec43. Lend-Lease to RAF as Argus II FZ827. Delivered to the Port 
					of Embarkation, Brooklyn, NY 31Dec43. Departed New York 17Jan44; arrived at Oran, Algeria 3Mar44. 
					Mediterranean Allied Air Forces Jul44. USAAF Field Commissioner, Rome 28Nov46; returned to USAAF. 
					Registered 16Jan47 as HB-EMI. Registered 25Nov15 as F-AYMI; current [Jul18]. 
				14804 (MSN 768) to RAF as Argus II FZ828.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				14805 (MSN 769) to RAF as Argus II HB551.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
				14806 (MSN 770) to RAF as Argus II HB552.  Returned to USAAF Aug 28, 1947
				14807 (MSN 771) to RAF as Argus II HB553.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
					Became VT-CKS, then became AP-ABJ when British India was partitioned in 1948.
				14808 (MSN 772) to RAF as Argus II HB554.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14809 (MSN 773) to RAF as Argus II HB555.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14810 (MSN 774) to RAF as Argus II HB556.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14811 (MSN 775) to RAF as Argus II HB557.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14812/14814 (MSN 776/778) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				14815 (MSN 779) to RAF as Argus II HB558.  DBR when swung on landing and
					undercarriage collapsed, Peshawar Jan 16, 1945
				14816 (MSN 780) to RAF as Argus II HB559.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14817 (MSN 781) to RAF as Argus II HB560.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14818 (MSN 782) to RAF as Argus II HB561.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14819 (MSN 783) to RAF as Argus II HB562.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14820 (MSN 784) to RAF as Argus II HB563.  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
				14821 (MSN 785) to RAF as Argus II HB564.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14822 (MSN 786) to RAF as Argus II HB565.  SOC Sep 18, 1946
				14823 (MSN 787) to RAF as Argus II HB566.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14824 (MSN 788) to RAF as Argus II HB567. SOC Apr 22, 1945.
				14825 (MSN 789) to RAF as Argus II HB568.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14826 (MSN 790) to RAF as Argus II HB569.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14827 (MSN 791) to RAF as Argus II HB570.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14828 (MSN 792) to RAF as Argus II HB571.  SOC Apr 22, 1945.
				14829 (MSN 793) to RAF as Argus II HB572.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946
				14830 (MSN 794) to RAF as Argus II HB573.  SOC May 31, 1944.
				14831 (MSN 795) to RAF as Argus II HB574.  DBR on ground Nov 19, 1944.
				14832 (MSN 796) to RAF as Argus II HB575.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14836 (MSN 800) Registered as N58180 with MSN W41A-800; current [Apr21].
				14837 force landed at Higher Tregriffith Farm, Wales Jun 8, 1944.
				14838 ground looped and damaged at Leuchars, Scotland Jun 7, 1944.
				14840 (MSN 804) Soc with USAAF at Frankfurt, West Germany in 946.  Registered SE-AWS in 1946, cancelled.
					Registration SE-AWS reserved Mar 21, 2007
				14841 (MSN 805) SOC with USAAF at Frankfurt, West Germany in 1946.  Registered SE-AWR Dec 27, 1946.
					Crashed Apr 20, 1963 at St Skedvi, Hedemora, Sweden.  Wreck DBF 1980s.
				14844 (MSN 808) with 320 FRS, 27 ATG, missing off Troon, Scotland Aug 23, 1944.  MACR 8340
				14846 (MSN 810) Accepted by USAAF 21Jan44. Delivered to New York Port of Embarkation 17Feb44. 
					Departed Newark Depot, NJ 2Mar44. Eighth Air Force, Prestwick, Scotland. European Wing, Air Transport 
					Command. Eighth Air Force Europe Belgian-Holland Coast 24Dec46. Foreign Liquidation Commission 6Jun47.
					Registered as HB-EMB; cancelled 5Aug63. Registration D-ELUE reserved 9Apr63; registered 12Sep63. 
					Delivered from Zürich, Switzerland to München-Riem, Germany Aug63. Possible accident 1964; 
					offered for sale in damaged state Jul65. Registration cancelled 15Mar66
				14849 (MSN 813) to RAF as Argus II HB576.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14850 (MSN 814) to RAF as Argus II HB577.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14851 (MSN 815) to RAF as Argus II HB578.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14852 (MSN 816) to RAF as Argus II HB579.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14853 (MSN 817) to RAF as Argus II HB580.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
					Then to VT-CKZ, then in Dominion of Pakistan registered as AP-ABK when British India was partitioned in 1948.
				14854 (MSN 818) to RAF as Argus II HB581.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14855 (MSN 819) to RAF as Argus II HB582.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14856 (MSN 820) to RAF as Argus II HB583.  No record of service or fate.
				14857 (MSN 821) to RAF as Argus II HB584.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
				14858 (MSN 822) to RAF as Argus II HB585.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14859 (MSN 823) to RAF as Argus II HB586.  No. 94 Sqdn, 337 Wing.  DBR when force landed 35 mi SE of
					Salonika following engine failure Mar 21, 1945.
				14860 (MSN 824) to RAF as Argus II HB587.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14861 (MSN 825) to RAF as Argus II HB588.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14862 (MSN 826) to RAF as Argus II HB589.  Air HQ Communications Flight, Greece.  Stalled on takeoff and undercarriage
					collapsed, Patras Jan 6, 1945.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				14863 (MSN 827) to RAF as Argus II HB590.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				14864 (MSN 828) to RAF as Argus II HB591.  Returned to USAAF Feb 25, 1947.  Registered NC79817,
					cancelled.  Registered F-OAEA Sep 167, 1953, cancelled Sep 24, 1959.  registered TS-...
				14865 (MSN 829) to RAF as Argus II HB592.  SOC May 29, 1947.
				14866 (MSN 830) to RAF as Argus II HB593.  Returned to USAAF Jun 25, 1947
				14867 (MSN 831) to RAF as Argus II HB594.  Returned to USAAF Jan 4, 1947
				14868 (MSN 832) to RAF as Argus II HB595.  Crashed near Lasham and 
					destroyed by fire when engine failed after takeoff Apr 21, 1945.
				14869 (MSN 833) to RAF as Argus II HB596.  Returned to USAAF May 8, 1947.
				14870 (MSN 834) to RAF as Argus II HB597.  Returned to USAAF Oct 23, 1946.  To HB-EAK.
					Then D-EHIB.  Was to have become OY-ANO but NTU. To OY-LPJ Jul 13, 2007.
				14871 (MSN 835) to RAF as Argus II HB598.  SOC May 29, 1947
				14872 (MSN 836) to RAF as Argus II HB599.  Returned to USAAF Jan 22, 1947
				14873 (MSN 837) to RAF as Argus II HB600.  Returned to USAAF Apr 10, 1947.
					Registered G-AJSC May 15, 1947 so probably never left England.
					Registration cancelled Sep 27, 1954 on sale as VH-DDG, later
					became VH-EMF, then VH-EMP.
				14874 (MSN 838) to RAF as Argus II HB601.  DBR when struck while
					parked by Lancaster PA452, Hawarden Jan 7, 1946
				14875 (MSN 839) to RAF as Argus II HB602.  After RAF service as Argus II HB602 was sold in May 1946 to VIP Services 
					and registered as G-AKFN on August 5, 1947. On October 16, 1960 to Australia as VH-UEL.  
				14876 (MSN 840) to RAF as Argus II HB603.  SOC Jan 5, 1947
				14877 (MSN 841) to RAF as Argus II HB604.  SOC May 29, 1947
				14878 (MSN 842) to RAF as Argus II HB605.  Returned to USAAF Feb 27, 1947
				14879 (MSN 843) to RAF as Argus II HB606.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14880 (MSN 844) to RAF as Argus II HB607.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14881 (MSN 845) to RAF as Argus II HB608.  Returned to USAAF Apr 10, 1947
				14882 (MSN 846) to RAF as Argus II HB609.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				14883 (MSN 847) to RAF as Argus II HB610.  Undercarriage damaged on
					takeoff, aircraft wrecked when undercarriage collapsed on
					landing, Marcianise Nov 22, 1944
				14884 (MSN 848) to RAF as Argus II HB611.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1947.
					To F. Muller as F-BBXN Mar 1948.
				14885 (MSN 849) to RAF as Argus II HB612.  Returned to USAAF May 5, 1947.
					Registered G-AJSN May 8, 1947.  Damaged in heavy landing
					at Cork, Republic of Ireland Jun 10, 1967 and registration cancelled.
					Fuselage noted Feb 2002 hanging in roof of shed at Dromore, Northern Ireland,
					still there Jan 2004.
				14886 (MSN 850) to RAF as Argus II HB613.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1946
				14887 (MSN 851) to RAF as Argus II HB614.  Returned to USAAF Apr 18, 1947.  To UK civil registry AS G-AJPI
					G-AJPI in 2020 is reportedly based at Eelde, Netherlands
				14888 (MSN 852) to RAF as Argus II HB615.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1947
				14889 (MSN 853) to RAF as Argus II HB616.  Returned to USAAF May 5, 1947
				14890 (MSN 854) to RAF as Argus II HB617.  Returned to USAAF Jan 22, 1947
				14891 (MSN 855) to RAF as Argus II HB618.  Returned to USAAF Jun 24, 1946
				14892 (MSN 856) to RAF as Argus II HB619.  Returned to USAAF Nov 7, 1946
					To civil register as G-AIXM and then VH-BLB
				14893 (MSN 857) to RAF as Argus II HB620.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1947.
					Became HB-EAB, then D-EHUL Apr 27, 1956, then N24WM Sep 7, 1978, cancelled Feb 11, 2013, then D-ELDL May 19, 2008
				14894 (MSN 858) to RAF as Argus II HB621.  Returned to USAAF Apr 29, 1947
				14895 (MSN 859) to RAF as Argus II HB622.  Returned to USAAF Apr 10, 1947
				14896 (MSN 860) to RAF as Argus II HB623.  SOC May 29, 1947
				14897 (MSN 861) to RAF as Argus II HB624.  Returned to USAAF May 6, 1947
				14898 (MSN 862) to RAF as Argus II HB625.  Returned to USAAF Feb 7, 1947.  Noted at Arlanda, Stockholm, Sweden in Jul 2015
					as SE-BXE 
				14899 (MSN 863) to RAF as Argus II HB626.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				14900 (MSN 864) to RAF as Argus II HB627.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				14901 (MSN 865) to RAF as Argus II HB628.  Returned to USAAF Oct 24, 1946.  Registered HB-EAL, cancelled.
					Registered D-EFAN Jun 20, 1965, cqncelled Dec 20, 1962.  Restored as D-EFAN Feb 22, 1963, cancelled Sep 14, 1966.
				14902 (MSN 866) to RAF as Argus II HB629.  Returned to USAAF Feb 10, 1947
				14903 (MSN 867) to RAF as Argus II HB630.  SOC Oct 11, 1944
				14904 (MSN 868) to RAF as Argus II HB631.  Returned to USAAF May 25, 1947
				14905 (MSN 869) to RAF as Argus II HB632.  Returned to USAAF Apr 10, 1947.  TO G-AJBF, then OH-FCH
				14906 (MSN 870) to RAF as Argus II HB633.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1947
				14907 (MSN 871) to RAF as Argus II HB634.  Returned to USAAF Oct 23, 1946.  Registered HB-EAF.
					Registered D-EDEG Apr 9 1956, cancelled Dec 28, 1961.  WFU and used as spares source to restore 
					D-EHIB (43-14870)
				14908 (MSN 872) to RAF as Argus II HB635.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1947
				14909 (MSN 873) to RAF as Argus II HB636.  SOC May 30, 1946
				14910 (MSN 874) to RAF as Argus II HB637.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				14911 (MSN 875) to RAF as Argus II HB638.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				14912 (MSN 876) to RAF as Argus II HB639.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
				14913 (MSN 877) to RAF as Argus II HB640.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				14914 (MSN 878) to RAF as Argus II HB641.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946  
				14915 (MSN 879) to RAF as Argus II HB642.  SOC May 30, 1946
				14916 (MSN 880) to RAF as Argus II HB643.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
43-14917/15032		Fairchild UC-61K Forwarder
				14917 (MSN 881) to RAF as Argus III HB760.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				14918 (MSN 882) to RAF as Argus III HB644.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14919 (MSN 883) to RAF as Argus III HB645.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14920 (MSN 884) to RAF as Argus III HB646.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14921 (MSN 885) to RAF as Argus III HB647.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14922 (MSN 886) to RAF as Argus III HB648.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14923 (MSN 887) to RAF as Argus III HB649.  Wrecked when tipped up during forced
					landing in padi field 10 mi NNE of Parashuram following engine failure
					Jun 14, 1945.
				14924 (MSN 888) to RAF as Argus III HB650.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 27, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEP
					Feb 20, 1947, cancelled Aug 28, 1957
				14925 (MSN 889) to RAF as Argus III HB651.  Transferred to Czech AF Sep 7, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEN Jun 6, 1947,
					cancelled Oct 16, 1961
				14926 (MSN 890) to RAF as Argus III HB652.  Transferred to Czech AF Oct 29, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEK Oct 25, 19478,
					cancelled Oct 19, 1949.  Reregistered OK-EOY Aug 13, 1956, cancelled Oc5 22, 1958
				14927 (MSN 891) to RAF as Argus III HB653.   Returned to USAAF Oct 4, 1946.
					 Became HB-ERO
				14928 (MSN 892) to RAF as Argus III HB654.  Returned to USAAF Jul 28, 1947.
				14929 (MSN 893) to RAF as Argus III HB655.  Transferred to Czech AF Oct 4, 1946
				14930 (MSN 894) to RAF as Argus III HB656.  Returned to USAAF Oct 12, 1947
				14931 (MSN 895) to RAF as Argus III HB657.  Damaged at RAF Manston, Kent, SOC Oct 16, 1947.  To Cechoslovak
					AF for spares.
				14932 (MSN 896) to RAF as Argus III HB658.  Returned to USAAF Jul 18, 1947.  Registered NC74128
					Sep 10, 1947, cancelled Mar 8, 1949.  Registered F-OABF Mar 29, 1949, cancelled May 26, 1971.
				14933 (MSN 897) to RAF as Argus III HB659.  Transferred to Czech AF Oct 4, 1946
				14934 (MSN 898) to RAF as Argus III HB660.  Transferred to Czech AF Sep 7, 1946.  Registered OK-ZES May 24, 1947,
					cancelled Sep 27, 1960.
				14935 (MSN 899) to RAF as Argus III HB661.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 27, 1946.  Registered OK-ZBG November 20, 1946; 
					cancelled October 15, 1959. Reregistered OK-EOV June 22, 1953; cancelled April 1, 1960
				14936 (MSN 900) to RAF as Argus III HB662.  Transferred to Czech AF Oct 29, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEL Sep 6, 1948,
					cancelled 1957.
				14937 (MSN 901) to RAF as Argus III HB663.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 9, 1946.  Registerd OK-ZDY Oct 19, 1946,
					cancelled Apr 1, 1960. 
				14938 (MSN 902) to RAF as Argus III HB664.  Returned to USAAF Jul 28, 1947
				14939 (MSN 903) to RAF as Argus III HB665.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 9, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEQ Aug 4, 1947,
					cancelled Nov 5, 1951.
				14940 (MSN 904) to RAF as Argus III HB666.  Returned to USAAF Nov 19, 1946
				14941 (MSN 905) to RAF as Argus III HB667.  Returned to USAAF Oct 29, 1946.  To Czech AF.  Registered OK-ZEY Nay 4, 1948.
				14942 (MSN 906) to RAF as Argus III HB668.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 9, 1946.  Registerd OK-ZET Mar 26, 1947,
					cancelled Oct 15, 1959.
				14943 (MSN 907) to RAF as Argus III HB669.  Transferred to Czech AF Oct 4, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEO Jun 13, 1947, 
					cancelled Feb 7, 1950
				14944 (MSN 908) to RAF as Argus III HB670.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14945 (MSN 909) to RAF as Argus III HB671.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14946 (MSN 910) to RAF as Argus III HB672.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
				14947 (MSN 911) to RAF as Argus III HB673.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				14948 (MSN 912) to RAF as Argus III HB674.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
				14949 (MSN 913) to RAF as Argus III HB675.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14950 (MSN 914) to RAF as Argus III HB676.  Transferred to Czech AF Sep 7, 1946.  Registered OK-ZDC October 16, 1946. 
					Reregistered OK-EOZ September 11, 1953; cancelled April 8, 1959. Crashed near Tábor, Czechoslovakia.
				14951 (MSN 915) to RAF as Argus III HB677.  Returned to USAAF Oct 15, 1946.  To Belgium as OO-FAC and W/o Nov 5, 1954.
				14952 (MSN 916) to RAF as Argus III HB678.  Returned to USAAF Jun 5, 1947
				14953 (MSN 917) to RAF as Argus III HB679.  Returned to USAAF Aug 27, 1946
				14954 (MSN 918) to RAF as Argus III HB680.  Returned to USAAF Aug 27, 1946
				14955 (MSN 919) to RAF as Argus III HB681.  To Norway Jun 15, 1946
				14956 (MSN 920) to RAF as Argus III HB682.  Returned to USAAF Nov 8, 1946
				14957 (MSN 921) to RAF as Argus III HB683.  Returned to USAAF Jun 5, 1947.  To F-BFXI
				14958 (MSN 922) to RAF as Argus III HB684.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 27, 1946.  Registerd OK-ZER May 19, 1947,
					cancelled Feb 8, 1951.
				14959 (MSN 923) to RAF as Argus III HB685.  Returned to USAAF May 25, 1948, 
					then to A. M. Noordenbos May 1948 as PH-NDH.  Registered as F-BIPB. Reregistered c.1980 as F-AZBY. Reregistered Jan13 as F-PATA
					Reported preserved at Salis Collection, La Ferte Alais, France.
				14960 (MSN 924) to RAF as Argus III HB686.  Returned to USAAF Aug 22, 1948
				14961 (MSN 925) to RAF as Argus III HB687.  Returned to USAAF Oct 16, 1946.  To Belgium as 
					OO-FAD, to Switzerland as HB-EAZ.  W/o Apr 22, 1951, when it crashed Vicenza, Italy
				14962 (MSN 926) to RAF as Argus III HB688.  Returned to USAAF May 8, 1947.
					Sold to Dübendorf, Switzerland 4Oct46. Departed from UK 15May47; received by owner 23May47
					Registered F-BEXX August 11, 1949; cancelled November 13, 1973. At Jean-Baptiste Salis Association/Amicale 
					Jean-Baptiste Salis, La Ferte-Alais, France [last noted Sep05].
				14963 (MSN 927) to RAF as Argus III HB689.  Returned to USAAF Dec 2, 1946
				14964 (MSN 928) to RAF as Argus III HB690.  Returned to USAAF May 8, 1947, then 
					to A. M. Noordenbos May 1948, registered PH-NDI.  On US civil registry as N24FM.  Being 
					restored to flying condition.
				14965 (MSN 929) to RAF as Argus III HB691.  Returned to USAAF.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 9, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEX June 17, 1947; 
					cancelled October 10, 1958. Reregistered OK-ANC August 13, 1953; cancelled April 23, 1957.  
				14966 (MSN 930) to RAF as Argus III HB692.  To Norway Jun 15, 1946.  Registered as LN-HAO. Appeared in the movie 
					“Det Kunne Vært Deg” [1952] operating on floats. On a flight from Hattfjelldal, the pilot lost control 
					in a sharp turn to avoid a hill, stalled and crashed while low flying over the Korsnesstraumen fjord, 
					southeast of Kolvereid, Norway 20Jul59 (pilot and photographer killed)
				14967 (MSN 931) to RAF as Argus III HB693.  To Norway Jun 15, 1946
				14968 (MSN 932) to RAF as Argus III HB694.  To Czech AF Oct 29, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEZ Dec 9, 1946,
					cancelled Aug 28, 1957
				14969 (MSN 933) to RAF as Argus III HB695.  Returned to USAAF Nov 8, 1946
				14970 (MSN 934) to RAF as Argus III HB696.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
				14971 (MSN 935) to RAF as Argus III HB697.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
				14972 (MSN 936) to RAF as Argus III HB698.  Returned to USAAF Apr 30, 1946 
				14973 (MSN 937) to RAF as Argus III HB699.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14974 (MSN 938) to RAF as Argus III HB700.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				14975 (MSN 939) to RAF as Argus III HB701.  SOC Oct 11, 1945
				14976 (MSN 940) to RAF as Argus III HB702.  SOC Apr 4, 1945
				14977 (MSN 941) to RAF as Argus III HB703.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
				14978 (MSN 942) to RAF as Argus III HB704.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
				14979 (MSN 943) to RAF as Argus III HB705.  To Norway Jun 15, 1946
				14980 (MSN 944) to RAF as Argus III HB706.  Returned to USAAF Oct 1, 1946
				14981 (MSN 945) to RAF as Argus III HB707.  Returned to USAAF Mar 18, 1947
				14982 (MSN 946) to RAF as Argus III HB708.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				14983 (MSN 947) to RAF as Argus III HB709.  Returned to USAAF Apr 18, 1947
				14984 (MSN 948) to RAF as Argus III HB710.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947.  Registered NC79812,
					cancelled.  Registre F-BENM Apr 6, 1948, cancelled Sep 22, 1958.  Registered PH-NIP
					Then to R. S. McCall Mar 1948 as F-BENM
				14985 (MSN 949) to RAF as Argus III HB711.  Returned to USAAF Oct 1, 1946.  
					 To Belgium as OO-FAA and damaged at Melsbroek in 1948 
				14986 (MSN 950) to RAF as Argus III HB712.  Returned to USAAF Jun 5, 1947.
					Then to Aero Club du Puy May 1948 as F-BENR.   Registration cancelled 17Dec71
				14987 (MSN 951) to RAF as Argus III HB713.  Returned to USAAF Jul 15, 1947.  to civil registry as F-BAMB and OO-LUT.
					Noted Oct 2003 in Musee Royal de l'Armee et d'Histoire Militare, Brussels, Belgium 
				14988 (MSN 952) to RAF as Argus III HB714.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				14989 (MSN 953) to RAF as Argus III HB715.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				14990 (MSN 954) to RAF as Argus III HB716.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 27, 1946.  Registered OK-ZBI November 20, 1946; 
					cancelled October 10, 1959. Reregistered OK-ANB September 16, 1954; cancelled October 22, 1958.
				14991 (MSN 955) to RAF as Argus III HB717.  Returned to USAAF Oct 11, 1946
				14992 (MSN 956) to RAF as Argus III HB718.  Returned to USAAF Nov 23, 1946
				14993 (MSN 957) to RAF as Argus III HB719.  Returned to USAAF Nov 23, 1946
				14994 (MSN 958) to RAF as Argus III HB720.  SOC May 29, 1947
				14995 (MSN 959) to RAF as Argus III HB721.  To Norway May 16, 1946.  To LN-HAM, then OH-FCF
				14996 (MSN 960) Lend-Lease to UK as Argus III HB722. Shipped to the UK Jul44. Air Transport Auxiliary 
					Sep44. Air Training, Fairoaks for Repair Nov44. No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland Mar45. 
					RAF Hendon, Middlesex Aug45. US Embassy 22Aug45. Exhibited as USAAF 314996 with other USAAF 
					aircraft at Kastrup, Copenhagen, Denmark September 8-30, 1945. No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, 
					Cumberland Jul46. Recaptured by US prior to 12Jul47. US Field Commissioner, London 11Mar48
				14997 (MSN 961) to RAF as Argus III HB723.  Transferred to Dutch AF Jun 2, 1948
					according to RAF card,  but registered as PH-NDL to H. J. P. van Heek 
					in Netherlands in May 1948. Aircraft stored at Oostwold in 1974.  
					Registration cancelled in 1978.
				14998 (MSN 962) to RAF as Argus III HB724.  Returned to USAAF Nov 25, 1946.  To SE-CPA, then OY-EAZ.  Reported at
					Danmarks Tekniske Museum.  As Argus III still with Danmarks Tekniske Museum at Helsingor in August 2019. 
				14999 (MSN 963) to RAF as Argus III HB725.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15000 (MSN 964) to RAF as Argus III HB726.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15001 (MSN 965) to RAF as Argus III HB727.  SOC May 30, 1946
				15002 (MSN 966) to RAF as Argus III HB728.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947. Became VT-CIW Mar 1947
				15003 (MSN 967) to RAF as Argus III HB729.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15004 (MSN 968) to RAF as Argus III HB730.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15005 (MSN 969) to RAF as Argus III HB731.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15006 (MSN 970) to RAF as Argus III HB732.  SOC Nov 14, 1946
				15007 (MSN 971) to RAF as Argus III HB733.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15008 (MSN 972) to RAF as Argus III HB734.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				15009 (MSN 973) to RAF as Argus III HB735.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
				15010 (MSN 974) to RAF as Argus III HB736.  DBR when swung on landing and
					undercarriage collapsed, Castel Benito Jul 11,1945.
				15011 (MSN 975) to RAF as Argus III HB737.  Returned to USAAF Jun 1946, then 
					became ZS-AXH.  To G-BCBH Mar 13, 1974. then was to have become VH-AAQ 
					but NTU.  Registration G-BCBH still current.
				15012 (MSN 976) to RAF as Argus III HB738.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
				15013 (MSN 977) to RAF as Argus III HB739.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1946.  To SE-EG, OH-FCD, SE-BCH, then OH-FCT.
				15014 (MSN 978) to RAF as Argus III HB740.  SOC May 1946
				15015 (MSN 979) to RAF as Argus III HB741.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				15016 (MSN 980) to RAF as Argus III HB742.  Returned to USAAF Jun 5, 1947
				15017 (MSN 981) to RAF as Argus III HB743.  Transferred to Czech AF Sep 7, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEU Jun 2, 1947,
					cancwelled Sep 29, 1950
				15018 (MSN 982) to RAF as Argus III HB744.  Returned to USAAF Jun 5, 1947
				15019 (MSN 983) to RAF as Argus III HB745.  To Norway Jun 15, 1946
				15020 (MSN 984) to RAF as Argus III HB746.  Transferred to Czech AF Oct 4, 1946.  Registered OK-ZEV May 19, 1947,
					cancelled Jun 8, 1958.
				15021 (MSN 985) to RAF as Argus III HB747.  To Norway May 16, 1946
				15022 (MSN 986) to RAF as Argus III HB748.  Returned to USAF Oct 28, 1946
				15023 (MSN 987) to RAF as Argus III HB749.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 9, 1946.  Registered OK-ZDY Oct 7, 1946,
					cancelled Apr 1, 1960
				15024 (MSN 988) to RAF as Argus III HB750.  Returned to USAAF Aug 12, 1947.  Registered NC78911, 
					cancelled.  Registered F-BFPA Aug 18, 1949, cancelled Aug 4, 1957.  Registered N9700F
					Oct 1957, cancelled.  Noted at Toussus-le-Noble, France Jul62 with ‘U.S. Employees, SHAFE.
					Registered OO-LMV, not taken up.  .  Destroyed Oct 3, 1985 in hangar fire at Overboelare, Belgium prior to delivery.  
					Replaced by 44-83108.
				15025 (MSN 989) to RAF as Argus III HB751.  SOC Jul 18, 1947.  Later became HB-AEC, then
					D-EKEQ, then OO-EKE. Registered G-BCBL Mar 19, 1974.
					Certificate of airworthiness lapsed Mar 31, 1996.
				15026 (MSN 990) to RAF as Argus III HB752.  SOC Jul 18, 1947
				15027 (MSN 991) to RAF as Argus III HB753.  SOC Nov 4, 1946
				15028 (MSN 992) to RAF as Argus III HB754.  Transferred to Czech AF Apr 9, 1946.  Registered OK-ZBH November 20, 1946; 
					cancelled October 10, 1959. Reregistered OK-EOW June 22, 1953; cancelled June 8, 1959
				15029 (MSN 993) to RAF as Argus III HB755.  Returned to USAAF Jul 18, 1947.  Registred NC79824, 
					cancelled.  Registered F-BEDX Oct 12, 1949, cancelled Apr 12, 1967.
				15030 (MSN 994) to RAF as Argus III HB756.  Transferred to Czech AF Aug 17, 1946.  Registered OK-ZDB; 
					cancelled October 15, 1959. Reregistered OK-AND June 28, 1955; cancelled April 1, 1960.
				15031 (MSN 995) to RAF as Argus III HB757.  Returned to USAAF Aug 12, 1947.  Registered NC79810,
					cancelled then to R. S. McCall Apr 6, 1948 as F-BENN.  Caqncelled Apr 12, 1967
				15032 (MSN 996) to RAF as Argus III HB758.  Transferred to Dutch AF Jun 2, 1948, 
					then to G. F. Roeloffson May 1948 as PH-NDG.  Then to D-EJIR May 24, 1956, Dec 21, 1966.  Damaged
					Nov 1965 and WFU.  Registered D-EJIR Jun 20, 1967, cancelled May 6, 1968.  Crashed Nov 18, 1967.	
43-15033/15432		Douglas C-47A-80-DL Skytrain
				MSN 19499/19898
				15033 (MSN 19499) Delivered to USAAF 22Jan44. Eighth Air Force 18Mar44. 302nd Troop Carrier
					Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.   Was lead aircraft of 302nd TCS on D-Day, Jun 6, 1944.
					Dropped members of 1st and 2nd Battalion of 501st Parachute
					Regiment.  Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  FLC Poland 20Mar47.  SP-LCD LOT 10Oct47.   Iranian AirwaysCO US 03JanS9  
					OY-AIA Scandinavian Air TradingCO US Ltd R10Nov89.  To French AF as AdlA 15033 12Nov59   
					GLA 45 "FSCDI" Aug60. ERV 90 "FOKCY" Nov64.  ERV 4/93 "FOKCX" Jun65.  Stored Chateau Jun 1971  
					F-WSGN Rousseau Aviation.   N18261 R Korastinsky, Walidor fNov72.   CF-LAX liford  Riverton Airways 
					Ltd, Winnipeg R05JuI73.  St Louis Aviation R20Aug73.  Astro Airlines Inc, St Jean, PQ R20Aug73.   
					La Sarre Air Svces Ltd, La Sarre, PQ R10Sep73.   Austin Airways 1974.  W/o 10Dec76 Ft George, PQ , Canada 
				15034 (MSN 19500) Delivered to USAAF 23Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Salvaged Jan 29, 1947
				15035 (MSN 19501) Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 
					302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. Villeneuve (A-63), Vertus, France 8Sep44. Saint Marceau (A-43), 
					Le Mans, France 2Oct44. Dreux (A-41), France 3Nov44. Damaged in collision by C-47A
					? 42-93082 taxying at Dreux 6Nov44. Damaged taxying at Aldermaston (Station 467) 24Dec44, 
					possibly hit by C-47B ? 43-48924 which crashed on takeoff from Aldermaston.  Salvaged Aldermaston 4Jan45.
				15036 (MSN 19502) Delivered to USAAF 22Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. 449th Bomb Squadron, 322nd Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force
					Hanau/Langendiebach (Y-91), Germany. Damaged taxying at Hanau 27Aug45.  W/o in crash Sep 27, 1945.
				15037 (MSN 19503) Delivered to USAAF 26Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 
					302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.
					To Aer Lingus as EI-ACK, to Silver City Air Ways still
					as EI-ACK (leased from Aer Lingus).  To Israel Aircraft Industries
					as 4X-AOC.  Oct 1978 to CS-AGA now painted as CS-TDA for TAP.
					Stored Lisbon.  Reported 2005 at Museo da Transportes Aereos Portugueses,
					Lisbon, Portugal painted as CS-TDA.
				15038 (MSN 19504) Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 
					302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. Villeneuve (A-63), Vertus, France 8Sep44. Saint Marceau (A-43), 
					Le Mans, France 2Oct44. Dreux (A-41), France 3Nov44. Fatal crash at Dreux, France 16Nov44. Salvaged 4Dec44.
				15039 (MSN 19505)  Delivered to USAAF 22Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.
					Salvaged Dec 4, 1944.
				15040 (MSN 19506) Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Fuselage used to repair Finnair DC-3C OH-LCC, MSN 25511/14066) which had
					been damaged by fire Mar 25, 1957.  OH-LCC crashed at Koivulahti, Finland Jan 3, 1961.
				15041 (MSN 19507) Delivered to USAAF 22Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Salvaged Jan 31, 1946
				15042 (MSN 19508) Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvaged Jun 3, 1948
				15043 (MSN 19509) Delivered to USAAF 25Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  To Turkey Devlet Hava Yollari (DHY) as TC-ARK.
					Crashed 15 min after takeoff at Adana, Turkey Apr 3, 1954.
					All 25 onboard killed.
				15044 (MSN 19510) Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44. Eighth Air Force 5Mar44. 93rd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Balderton (Station 482) Mar44. 
					Upottery (Station 462) 26Apr44. Transported paratroopers of the 506th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. 439th TCG 
					relocated to Balderton (Station 482) 31Aug44, back to Upottery 4Sep44. Juvincourt (A-68), France 
					9Sep44 then back to Balderton 11Sep44. Lonray (A-45), France 28Sep44. Châteaudun (A-39) 4Nov44. 
					Towed two gliders transporting men and materials for the 17th Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. Battle damaged when enemy ground fire hit 
					the tail and damaged flight control cables; the aircraft continued to the LZ. After glider release 
					and having turned for the return home, the aircraft was hit again, puncturing the left main 
					fuel tank. The aircraft force landed at Eindhoven (B-78) for repairs.
					To NEIAF as NL-209 Jul 16, 1945.   No 1316 Dutch Comm Fit 1945.  PH-TCB KLM 27Feb46  cancelled 15Feb49, ground training  
					Restored 02Jan50.  PH-DAB Rr 19Aug54.  JZ-PDB DE US Kroonduif 01Jan56.  PH-DAB KLM 23Sep57 
					Martinair RlONov64.  KLM 17Dec64.  U-601 Indonesian Navy   Australian Aircraft Sales 1964 
					PK-RDA Seulawah AS B 30Dec64/R Jun68.  Mandala? 1972
				15045 (MSN 19511) Delivered to USAAF Jan44. Eighth Air Force Mar44. 92nd Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Balderton (Station 482) Mar44. 
					Upottery (Station 462) 26Apr44. Transported paratroopers of the 506th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. 439th TCG 
					relocated to Balderton (Station 482) 31Aug44, back to Upottery 4Sep44. Juvincourt (A-68), 
					France 9Sep44 then back to Balderton 11Sep44. Lonray (A-45), France 28Sep44. Châteaudun (A-39) 
					4Nov44. Etain (A-82),Verdun, France Apr45. Châteaudun (A-39) 16May45.
					36th Air Base Group, Furstenfeldbruck, Germany; damaged 
					taxying at Templehof, Berlin, Germany 17Sep48; damaged while parked in collision 
					with C-47A 42-100895 at Furstenfeldbruck 24Jan49; HQ Squadron, 7415th Air Base Group, 
					Orly, Paris, France; force landed by engine failure Aug 28, 1952 Loisy, France  
				15046 (MSN 19512) Delivered to USAAF 26Jan44. Eighth Air Force 5Mar44. 92nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [J8*Y], 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Balderton (Station 482) Mar44. 
					Upottery (Station 462) 26Apr44. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 506th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 439th TCG relocated to Balderton (Station 482) 31Aug44, back to 
					Upottery 4Sep44. Juvincourt (A-68), France 9Sep44 then back to Balderton 11Sep44. 
					Lonray (A-45), France 28Sep44. Châteaudun (A-39) 4Nov44. In bad weather en route England 
					to France, the aircraft crashed into Newmarket Hill, Falmer, between Lewes and Brighton, 
					Sussex 19Nov44 and was destroyed by fire. The pilot was killed; the other four crew members 
					were badly burned. Of the 25 passengers, most of whom were returning from leave in England, 
					24 were killed; the survivor was an unidentified French man. Salvaged 22Nov44.
				15047 (MSN 19513) Delivered to USAAF 28Jan44. Eighth Air Force 5Mar44. 15th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483) 
					25Mar44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 320th Glider 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron 24Sep44.
					To RFC Sep 22, 1945.  To American Airlines as NC88828 Nov 2, 1945.    0 J Whitney Inc B02Nov48  
					C-327X LANSA 26Nov48.   HK-327 Avianca 01May54.   N88828 Hemisphere Aviation Inc 18Nov67  
					Miss Skip Inc 15Nov68.  HP-563 RAPSA 02Jun71.  HR-SHC SAHSA 1973   
				15048 (MSN 19514) Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44. Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL Feb44. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing Morrison Field Feb44. 
					Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Damaged in collision with North
					American B-25H ? 43-4398 taxying at Borinquen Field 22Feb44. Eighth Air Force 
					5Mar44. 49th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 and a resupply flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Crashed and exploded near Oxford, England on the return home 7Jun44.
				15049 (MSN 19515) Delivered to USAAF 25Jan44. Eighth Air Force 5Mar44. 
					439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 439th TCG relocated to Balderton (Station 482) 
					31Aug44, back to Upottery 4Sep44. Juvincourt (A-68), France 9Sep44 then back to Balderton 11Sep44. 
					Lonray (A-45), France 28Sep44. Châteaudun (A-39) 4Nov44. 91st Troop Carrier Squadron. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone at Bastogne, Belgium on Operation ‘Repulse’ during the Ardennes offensive 27Dec44. 
					Hit by flak, the fuselage was set on fire, probably by the escape of fuel . The glider released 
					and the crew started to bail out. Unable to reach the entry door by flames, the pilot exited via 
					the cockpit roof hatch and crawled along the top of the fuselage. Thrown off the left side of the 
					aircraft the pilot hit the left horizontal stabiliser with his chest parachute pack which split the 
					pack open. The parachute caught on top of the stabiliser, wrapped around the leading edge and 
					left the pilot hanging underneath. Now down to 200ft altitude, the aircraft exploded and blew the 
					pilot loose; his parachute opened enough to check his fall and the pilot landed in snow close to 
					his aircraft but suffering from burns and with his uniform saturated with molten aluminium from 
					the burning aircraft.  The crew landed safe behind allied lines and evacuated.
				15050 (MSN 19516) Delivered to USAAF 25Jan44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. [T], 439th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Transported paratroopers of 
					the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for 
					the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. 324th Troop Carrier Squadron, 516th Troop Carrier 
					Group, United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE), Bovingdon (Station 112). Damaged 
					in collision with parked C-47A ? 42-100554 while taxying at Bovingdon 27Dec45.  FLC to Turkey Dec 11, 1948.
				15051 (MSN 19517) to USAAF 26Jan44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 03Mar44.
					W/o Sep 10, 1944 Tingkawk Sakan, Burma  (ground accident)
				15052 (MSN 19518) to USAAF 25Jan44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 03Mar44.  To Indian Government 10Apr46  
				15053 (MSN 19519) to USAAF 26Jan44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 03Mar44.  To VT-AUE with Tata Airlines Dec 11, 1945, 
					to Air India Nov 21, 1946, to Indian Airlines Corp. Aug 1, 1953.
					To Indian AF Jul 1960.
				15054 (MSN 19520) to USAAF 25Jan44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 16Mar44.  W/o  Aug 3, 1944 Myitkyina A/P, 
					Burma  (landing)
				15055 (MSN 19521) to USAAF 25Jan44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 09Mar44.  Chungking 15Jan46.  To China AF as 15055 Nov79 
				15056 (MSN 19522) to USAAF 27Jan44.  7th AF Oahu 29Feb44.  Guam salvaged 25Jan46  
				15057 (MSN 19523) to USAAF 28Jan44.  7th AF Oahu 13Mar44.  Okinawa.   FLC 31Dec45  
				15058 (MSN 19524) to USAAF 26Jan44.  8th AF 14Mar44.  9th AF FLC 27Jun46.  NC88937 NC51657 PAA 1946 Panagra   
					PP-PCM Panair do Brasil R18Nov47.   LV-FYI ALA R13May58. WFU 22Oct69  
				15059 (MSN 19525) to USAAF 26Jan44.  8th AF 27Mar44.  FLC 31May46 . To Czech AF as D-27 on May 31, 1946. 
					Scandanavian AircraftRepair Co US 2960.  To French Navy as 15059 in 1962.  Cis FYGGA Esc 56-S 12962.
					FYFGR in 1969 FYDPK in 1973.  As ex-French Navy 59 to civil register as         
					N97BF in 1985. To Madagascar as 5R-MMG.  Crashed on July 18, 1995 when it undershot runway at Antananarivo 
					with the loss of 36 lives 
				15060 (MSN 19526) to USAAF 26Jan44.  8th AF 26Mar44.  9th AF.  Salvaged 22Jun45  
				15061 (MSN 19527) to USAAF 26Jan44.  8th AF 26Mar44.  9th AF.  Salvaged 09Jun44  
				15062 (MSN 19528) to USAAF 26Jan44.  8th AF? no card. assigned to Westover AFB Base Flight October 1955-April 1957.
 					TAC Sep69.  To MASDC  Mar 18, 1970, excess 1 Apr 1970
				15063 (MSN 19529) to USAAF 27Jan44.  8th AF 27Mar44.  Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  FLC turkey Mar 21, 1949.  
					To Turkish AF as 6073/073.  To Turkish AF Museum, Istanbul.
				15064 (MSN 19530) Delivered to USAAF 27Jan44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Salvaged Oct 6, 1945
				15065 (MSN 19531) to USAAF 27Jan44.  8th AF 26Mar44.  Munich 01Jan48.  FLC Turkey 27Dec48.  To Turkish AF as 6025
				15066 (MSN 19532) to USAAF 27Jan44.  8th AF? no card.  USAF "0-315066" NJ-ANG 1955 
					To Peruvian AF as FAP-355 Grupo 8 in 1962
				15067 (MSN 19533) Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44. Eighth Air Force 16Apr44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 96th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488); named ‘Bama Belle’. Accident at Fulbeck 2Sep44. 
					C-47 transport planes of the 440th Troop Carrier Group were being prepared for a paratrooper 
					mission [Operation Comet] to Lille-Roubaix, France. Paratroopers of the 508th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division would be dropped in front of General George Patton's ground 
					forces. A detail of paratroopers from I Company, 508th PIR, stopped their truck close to this C-47 
					and started to unload six parapacks.  The packs were heavy.  One pack contained 28 land mines.  
					This pack was dropped on the ground and exploded on impact.  Later it turned out that one of the 
					mines had a defective detonator.  The explosion caused a chain of explosions and all 28 mines
					blew up. The aircraft caught fire. The fuselage looked as if someone had used a can opener; 
					the left wing was almost severed from the fuselage. Salvaged 19Sep44.
				15068 (MSN 19534) Delivered to USAAF Jan44. 79th Troop Carrier Squadron [S6*R], 436th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466); named ‘Miss Hap’. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Melun/Villaroche (A-55), France 26Feb45. 
					Damaged taxying at Melun 13Apr45.  To Philippine AF as HHP 315068
				15069 (MSN 19535) Delivered to USAAF 28Jan44. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African route. Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, 
					Cornwall 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 9Mar44. 440th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Exeter (Station 463). Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					FLC 29Mar46.  OK-XDG CSA 1946.  W/O 09Nov46 at Dobrovize, Czechoslovakia 
				15070 (MSN 19536) delivered to USAAF 29Jan44; 97th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group, Bottesford; 
					Airborne Transport Tactical Development Unit, Netheravon; transferred to Royal AF 
					26Apr44 as Dakota III, serial TP187; Airborne Transport Tactical Development Unit, Netheravon; 
					Glider Pick-up Training Unit, Ibsley 20Mar45; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, 
					Wymeswold 30Nov45; Marshalls of Cambridge; No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission; Sabena 30Dec46; departed England 16Apr47; registered OO-CBT Aug 19, 1947 
					with Saber-Surplus Board, ex US Surplus Board; reregistered OO-UBT Dec 8, 1948.  Sabena, Libya 08Jan60   
					Belgium 09Mar61  Linair 1962  BIAS B01Jul65 D08Sep67, cancelled 5Jul72; stored Brussels, Belgium Oct72; 
					Kortrijk, Belgium Mar73; ferried to US 7Nov73; to Delta Airlines registered N94468, cancelled; 
					African Air Carriers; registered ZS-KHN; Flying Enterprises Inc.; registered N47FE, cancelled 13Apr89; 
					crashed after takeoff possibly shot down Quelimane Airport, Mozambique 21Apr88
				15071 (MSN 19537) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 439th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Rturned to USA Aug 23, 1945.  WFU May 31, 1946.
				15072 (MSN 19538) to USAAF 01Feb44.  8th AF 30Mar44.  Neth/Belgium.  to Czech AF Dec 1946. to FLC Jun 13, 1947 
					as OK-XBC.  Bata ShoeCO US 1947.  CSA.  To French AF as AdlA 315072 01Mar60.  GLA 48 Sep60  
					GLAM 1/60 Nov63.  GTLA 2/60 Nov64.  CIET 340 "FRAUI" Feb65.  BA701 "FTEBK" Jul68  
					Chateaudun 1971.  F-WSGO Rousseau Avn, Dinard 1972.  N18260 ESt Strul, Tucson, AZ US Oct72.  WFU   
				15073 (MSN 19539) Delivered to USAAF 29Jan44; Douglas Aircraft Company Modification Center, Tulsa, OK 1Feb44; 
					440th Troop Carrier Group, Baer Field, IA 19Feb44; Ferried to Europe via South America and 
					West Africa; 8th AF, UK 11Mar44; 9th AF, Europe; 95th Troop Carrier Squadron [9X-D], 
					440th Troop Carrier Group, Exeter; "The Snafu Special"; Temporary assignment for D-Day to 
					441st Troop Carrier Group, Merryfield; Returned to 440th Troop Carrier Group, Exeter 6Jun44; 
					Participated in Operation Neptune (dropping paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					(101st Airborne Division) south of Sainte-Mere- Eglise, Dragon (Allied invasion of Southern France 
					on 15 August 1944), Market Garden  Sep 17, 1944 (carried the 82nd Airborne Division to Nijmegen to capture 
					the bridge), Repulse (to deliver urgently needed supplies December 1944) and Varsity Mar 24, 1945
					(airborne assault over the Rhine River at Wesel, Germany); Ceskoslovenské Státní Aerolinie 12Jul46; 
					Registered OK-XDM; Armée de l'Air / French AF 1Mar60 as 43-15073; Base Aérienne 125, 
					Istres-Le Tubé; Base Aérienne 217, Bretigny 17May60; Tel Aviv, Israel for overhaul 15Nov60; 
					Base Aérienne 217, Bretigny 30Mar61; Châteaudun 21Apr61; Base Aérienne 701, Salon-de-Provence 
					26Jun61, radio call sign F-TEBE; Tel Aviv, Israel for overhaul 1964; Centre d'Instruction 
					des Equipages de Transport 340, Toulouse/Francazal May65, code 340-UK, radio call sign F-RAUK; 
					Stored Châteaudun 1971; Pradier 24Nov71; Registered F-BTDF; Yugoslav AF / Jugoslovensko 
					Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 21Nov72 as 71248; Ferried Tours, France to Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
					11Apr73; Ground instructional airframe at the aero mechanics school, Rajlovac, Sarajevo; 
					Gate guard at Rajlovac; machine-gunned during the war that engulfed the Balkans but survived 
					the conflict; used as a bar by UN peace-keeping troops, named the ‘Dakota Club’; 
					Donated to the Association Merville-Dakota, Merville-Franceville, France 12Nov07; Dismantled 
					and taken to France, arriving 6Dec07; Dedicated 7Jun08; Preserved and on display at the 
					Merville Battery, Normandy; Painted as 315073, code 9X-D, USAAF
				15074 (MSN 19540) Delivered to USAAF 29Jan44. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483) 29Mar44. Transported paratroopers 
					of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Battle damaged when the left wing tip was shot off. Towed a 
					Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd 
					Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 
					23Sep44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). 
					Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, 
					Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					To Pan Am in 1946 as NC54227, in 1947 to Colombia
					as C-160, to Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia (Avianca) as HK-160.
					Crashed into a mountain near Manizales - La Nubia, Colombia Jan 11, 1954.
					3 crew and 18 passengers killed.
				15075 (MSN 19541) Delivered to USAAF Jan44. 47th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone 
					one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle 
					damaged by enemy ground fire. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 91st Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Châteaudun (A-39), France. Etain (A-82),Verdun, France 
					Apr45. The aircraft was part of a mission by the 91st TCS of sixteen aircraft delivering 
					gasoline to Cham (R-64), Germany 8May45. The squadron then flew to Ergolding (R-73), 
					Germany to collect British POWs. The airstrip at Ergolding was only a grass runway with 
					aircraft of the 91st TCS and 94th TCS parked on either side. C-47 ? 43-15323 of the 
					94th TCS hit a rut during takeoff which threw the aircraft to the 91st TCS side of the runway; 
					before the pilot could regain control, a wing was striking several parked C-47s. 
					After causing damage to four aircraft the aircraft hit another C-47, shearing off the 
					nose of 323 and causing both to catch fire. This aircraft was repaired. Châteaudun (A-39).
					To MASDC Jun 11, 1965, To Air Intl Corp on 23 Jun 1966.
				15076 (MSN 19542) Delivered to USAAF Jan44. 440th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Exeter (Station 463). Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					To RFC 23Jan47.  NC53376.  To LV-XFU  V Gonella Cia, Argentina 30Dec47.   NC53376 Challenger Airlines   
					Frontier Airlines "S/L Wyoming" 26May50 376  to LV-XFU  to NC53376 again 
				15077 (MSN 19543) to USAAF 31Jan44. 8th AF? card missing.  To RFC Mar 9, 1946.  To NC60943.  WFU
				15078 (MSN 19544) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route. Anfa Field, Casablanca, French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 9Mar44. 
					Eighth Air Force 9Mar44. 302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44; 
					hit by enemy ground fire and ditched in the English Channel. Condemned 7Jun44.
				15079 (MSN 19545) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 
					48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire. Transported 
					supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 
					59th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston 
					Heath (Station 483) 26Oct44. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed taxying for 
					takeoff at Barkston Heath 27Nov44; left wing, propeller and engine replaced. Returned
				 	to USA via the South Atlantic/African Route. Damaged landing at Belém, Brazil 2Jul45.
					To Uruguayan AF as T-506, to ZONDA (Zonas Oeste
					y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas) as LV-ADD.  W/o Jul 30, 1947
				15080 (MSN 19546) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Mar44. 
					436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466). Damaged in 
					collision with C-47A ? 42-100550 while landing with a flat tire at Membury 18Sep44. 
					Salvaged 27Mar45.
				15081 (MSN 19547) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French Morocco to UK 18Mar44. 
					Eighth Air Force 19Mar44. 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 
					7Jun44. 303rd Troop Carrier Squadron 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Saint-André-de-l'Eure (B-24), France Nov44. Crashed taking off at Beauvais/Tillé (A-61), 
					France 18May45.
				15082 (MSN 19548) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 49th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; 
					battle damaged by enemy ground fire. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44.  Neth/Beigium  FLC Turkey 16Jan47  
					TC-BAC Devlet Hava Yollari "48" 13Mar49.   THY 01Mar56.  
					N9071S Inti Air Inc, Reno, NV US B30Jan74  R23Jul74.  R M Ferguson, Canoga Pk, CA US 1975. WFU 1976
				15083 (MSN 19549) to USAAF 01Feb44.  8th AF 11Mar44.  9th AF.  FLC 14Jan46.  TO PH-TBM KLM 14Jan46 
					Reregistered PH-DAM 23Feb54.  JZ-PDD DE US Kroonduif 31Aug57.  PK-GDN Garuda Indonesian 19Feb63  
					P N Merpati Nusantara.  Reregistered PK·NDD "Djaja Widjaja" 1969 
				15084 (MSN 19550) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 
					95th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Exeter (Station 463). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Ferried to Welford (Station 474) to participate 
					in a resupply flight for the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Memphis’, 7Jun44. Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France 11Sep44. 
					Le Mans (A-35), France 30Sep44. Bricy (A-50), Orléans, France 2Nov44. Lost when towed a glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone at 
					Bastogne, Belgium on Operation ‘Repulse’ during the Ardennes offensive 27Dec44. Condemned 29Dec44.
					MACR 11315
				15085 (MSN 19551) delivered to USAAF 2Feb44; 9th AF, Troop Carrier Command; transferred to 
					Royal AF from USAAF stocks 2Sep44 as Dakota III, serial TS427; No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 
					38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire 2Sep44; recovered gliders from Normandy 
					landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault 
					gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem) and later, in March 1945 
					in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, 
					Wymeswold 29Sep45; No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 8Apr46; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission; Sabena 30Dec46; Returned to USAAF Aug 11, 1947.  
					Registered OO-AWL 24Oct47, cancelled 27Mar53;  Sabena Congo 27Mar53; Air Katanga Dec60; 
					registration 9O-CUH reserved but ntu; Sabena 13Jun61; Air Congo cMay62; registered 9Q-CUH 
					Air Congo Leased Jan63, bought 3Sep63; registered 9T-PKZ Zaire AF
				15086 (MSN 19552) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. 100th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Crashed 12 miles 
					northeast of Paderborn, Germany 13Apr45. The pilot was leading a three plane element 
					in a flight of 18 planes that headed for field R-16 at Hildersheim to deliver a load of 
					gasoline and pick up evacuation patients on the return trip.  The weather was fair up to 
					the Rhine River.  After the river was crossed the aircraft started to run into an overcast that 
					got very dense, making it necessary to fly on instruments. The aircraft started to strike 
					trees and then crashed, landing upside down but did not catch fire [5KIA:1WIA; one of those 
					killed was a female nurse]. MACR 14726
				15087 (MSN 19553) Delivered to USAAF 1Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Mar44. 
					440th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Exeter (Station 463). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Ferried to Welford (Station 474) 
					to participate in a resupply flight for the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Memphis’, 7Jun44; aborted mission with flat tire.
					FLC 25May46.  EC-DAR Iberia "41" R Feb47.   To EC-ACG NTU  W/O 22Dec47 at Barajas, Spain 
				15088 (MSN 19554) Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 439th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Transported paratroopers of the 
					506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for 
					the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Salvaged Mar 15, 1947
				15089 (MSN 19555) to USAAF 02Feb44. 8th AF 09Mar44.  w/o Mar 11, 1944 at Dakar, Senegal in takeoff accident
				15090 (MSN 19556) to USAAF 01Feb44. 8th AF 30Mar44.  9th AF 25Apr44.  Damaged Feb 12, 1946 Eschborn AAF, WG  (taxi)
				15091 (MSN 19557) to USAAF 02Feb44. 8th AF 30Mar44.  Damaged Jan 14, 1945 Achiet, France (taxi) 
					Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  FLC Turkey 05Apr49  
				15092 (MSN 19558) Delivered to USAAF 3Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 
					94th Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462); 
					named ‘Blue Moon’. Transported paratroopers of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to 
					a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					On 16Jul44 the aircraft departed Upottery to take part in Operation 'Dragoon' - the invasion 
					of southern France 15Aug44. Routed via St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Marrakech, 
					French Morocco 17Jul44; Orbetello, Italy 18Jul44. Fabric control surfaces punctured and 
					shredded by a hail storm at Foggia, Italy. 439th TCG relocated to Juvincourt (A-68), France 
					9Sep44 then returned to Balderton (Station 482) 16Sep44. Ferried to RAF Kemble, England to
					collect a load of gasoline for a resupply flight to Brussels, Belgium 3Oct44. Landing behind 
					a large formation of aircraft on a smooth wet grass field, this aircraft collided with 
					another aircraft which had yet to clear the runway. The pilot of the C-47 cut the engines 
					but rolled at low speed into the right wing of the preceding aircraft, damaging the left
					wing. After temporary repairs, the crew of the C-47 flew back to England where the left 
					wing was replaced. Lonray (A-45), France Oct44. Châteaudun (A-39) 4Nov44. Towed 
					two gliders transporting men and materials for the 17th Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. Hit by flak damaging the left wing
					then another hit set the right engine on fire. Both gliders releaed their tow and the towing 
					aircraft pilot ordered the crew to bail out. The aircraft crashed about 700yds west of the river Rhine [2KIA:2POW].
					MACR 13368
				15093 (MSN 19559) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 12Apr44. 37th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron [W7*K; Nose #30], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 319th Glider Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44.  FLC 17Dec45.   SE-BAY with AB Aerotransport 10Dec45 "Lommen" B10Dec45  
					R27Apr46.  W/o Aug 9, 1947 at Malmo when overran on landing.
				15094 (MSN 19560) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 14Mar44. 99th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.
					Became OH-LCI for Finnair, then DO-6 with Finnish AF in 1961.  Was to
					have become PH-DDC, but NTU, was issued G-BLXW Apr 19, 1985 but cancelled 6 days later.  Became 
					N57A in Apr 1985 and operated by Allied Freight of Nashua, NH.  At some stage was converted to 
					turboprop power by Basler.  To Kenn Borek Air Ltd of Calgary, AB as C-FMKB.  Damaged Dec 19, 2007 near
					Mount Patterson in West Antarctica in takeoff accident while
					flying charter for US National Science Foundation (NSF) in
					support of a group of researchers.  No injuries among the 4 crew and
					six passengers onboard.
				15095 (MSN 19561) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 44th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [6E*N; Nose #54], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a 
					Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. TDY to 
					Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion paratroopers 
					to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany 
					on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.   FLC to France Mar 31, 1948. To F-BFGH STA May 16, 1949.
					W/o Oct 22, 1949 Malakal, Sudan
				15096 (MSN 19562) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 53rd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). 
					Fitted with Model 80 glider retrieval assembly to recover assault gliders for refurbishment/re-use 
					in future operations. Made the first attempt in the ETO of a tow plane in flight to pick up a glider; 
					made a successful in-flight pick-up of a glider on first try at Barkston Heath 14May44.
					W/o Jul 5, 1948 in crash near Wiesbaden, West Germany on approach.  Crew OK
				15097 (MSN 19563) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. 59th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483) 29Mar44. 
					Fitted with Model 80 glider retrieval assembly to recover assault gliders for refurbishment/re-use 
					in future operations; named ‘Snatchhound’. Received minor damage to its fuselage when it 
					struck a pole while attempting the in-flight pick-up of a glider at Barkston Heath 15May44. 
					Loaned to the 53rd TCS for glider pickup practice 16May44, during which time it suffered 
					elevator damage; fuselage and elevator repairs completed 18May44. Fitted with additional 
					SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. Crashed after a mid-air 
					collision with C-47A ? 42-23334 in poor visibility west of Sleaford, Lincolnshire 28Jul44 [4KIA]. 
					Three planes of the 59th TCS in a proficiency flight, flying just west of Sleaford, were letting 
					down through or between cumulus. ?  3, aircraft 43-15097, was apparently out of place 
					in the formation and crossed above and between ? ’s 1 and 2 to get into position 
					[?  2, aircraft 42-32927, was not affected and returned to base]. In some manner, ?  3 came 
					down from above ?  1, aircraft 42-23334, and collided with it. ?  3 was slashed by the 
					propeller of ?  1, lost its empennage, came to pieces in the air and all on board were killed 
					when it hit the ground. 42-23334 was damaged beyond control and after a steep glide, burst 
					into flames just before plunging to the ground. All on board were killed either in the air or 
					on impact. Salvaged by 78th Air Service Group, Barkston Heath 29Jul44 and wreck returned to Barkston Heath.
				15098 (MSN 19564) Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. 99th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 306th 
					Troop Carrier Squadron [7H*N], 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Weston 
					Zoyland (Station 447). The aircraft was transporting men and materials of the 2nd Battalion, 
					506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone at Veghel, north of Eindhoven, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. After dropping the paratroopers it was hit by flak in both 
					engines and crashed at Casteren, near Eindhoven [1KIA:1MIA]. MACR 9977
				15099 (MSN 19565) to USAAF 02Feb44.  8th AF 27Mar44. Munich 01Jan48.  FLC Turkey 31Mar49 
				15100 (MSN 19566) delivered to USAAF 2Feb44; . Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 437th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Missions ‘Detroit’ and ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					Transferred to Royal AF from USAAF stocks in UK 30Aug44 as Dakota III, serial TS435; 
					No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire 16Oct44; 
					recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian and 
					Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem); 
					No.107 (Transport) Operational Training Unit, Leicester East; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, 
					Wymeswold 29Nov45; No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 25Oct46; Foreign Liquidation Commission; 
					Transvaal Corporation of South Africa 22Nov46; registered ZS-BRX; Air Transport & Prospectors
					Co SA 3May47; Pan African Air Charter Pty (Sep47); William Dempster Limited; registered G-ALPM 3May49, 
					cancelled 3Jun49; registered ZS-BRX; Shell-Pertamina Dec51; registered PK-AKP; Merpati Nusantara – To
					Indonesian AF; registered PK-NDB 6May70
				15101 (MSN 19567) Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 71st Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [CJ*S], 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467). 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing
					zone at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Chicago’, 6Jun44. About three minutes after 
					landfall en-route across the peninsula the aircraft swerved to the north of the assigned 
					course and came in contact with what appeared to be .50 cal tracer bullets. This was 
					approximately directly over the town of Étienville. The right engine caught fire and the 
					glider cut loose immediately. The pilot made a landing on the water in an area flooded 
					by the enemy. The aircraft bounced into a bank and lost a wing, then landed on the water 
					again. The crew escaped into five feet of water.  MACR 5658.  Plane painted with this serial from 
					1996-2004 at La Ferte-Alais Airport was actually 42-93251.
				15102 (MSN 19568) Delivered to USAAF 7Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. 100th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [6B*R], 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting 
					men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. Villeneuve (A-63), Vertus, France. 
					Operating from Langar (Station 490), Transported fifteen paratroopers of Company A, 
					508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 
					17Sep44; hit by heavy flak, setting fire to the bolero fuel tank valves and around the front of the 
					cockpit, all the paratroopers were able to exit the aircraft; one crew member bailed out. The 
					aircraft crashed at Groesbeek, south of Arnhem, Netherlands [4KIA].  MACR 10254
				15103 (MSN 19569) delivered to USAAF 3Feb44; 9th AF, Troop Carrier Command; transferred to Royal 
					AF 2Sep44 as Dakota III, serial TS426; No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces 
					Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire 2Sep44; recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected 
					and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market 
					Garden (Arnhem) and later, in March 1945 in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; No.10 Squadron; 
					No.1337 Transport Support Conversion Unit 16Aug45; No.1381 (Transport) Conversion Unit 15Dec45; 
					No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 26Oct46; Foreign Liquidation Commission; KLM 4Feb47; 
					British Aviation Services Ltd; registered G-AJRW 9Jun47, cancelled 2Aug47; Malayan Airways 
					Ltd "Murai/Martin"; registered VR-SCM 2Aug47; reregistered VR-RCM Apr58; reregistered 9M-ALM 5Jan59; 
					Malaysian Airlines System Sep63; Malaysia-Singapore Airlines 1Jan67; Khmer Hansa Airlines, 
					Phnom Penh 30Jun71; registered XU-IAL; Khmer Akas; derefict Phnom Penh (Pochentong) Apr73
				15104 (MSN 19570) to USAAF 03Feb44.  8th AF 30Mar44.  9th AF.  W/o Nov 4, 1945 Schlatt, West Germany
				15105 (MSN 19571) Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French Morocco to Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales 
					29Mar44. Crashed in the River Conway, Wales when the crew bailed out after fuel exhaustion 29Mar44.
				15106 (MSN 19572) Delivered to USAAF 3Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 20May44. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [T3*B; Nose #61], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 9th Parachute 
					Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, 
					three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Diverted to Army Ground Forces 6Sep45; Royal Thai AF 6Nov46
					as L2-7/90.  Converted to Basler 67 Mar 1998.  Still serves with Thai AF.
				15107 (MSN 19573) to USAAF 03Feb44. 8th AF?  9th AF? no card. 7500 ABG 1952"0-315107" USAF ABRON-7531    
					To Imperial Iranian AF Dec 14, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
				15108 (MSN 19574) Delivered to USAAF 3Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. Ninth Air Force 4Apr44. 
					78th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). 
					Towed a Horsa glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					Transferred to Royal AF from USAAF stocks 11Oct44 as Dakota III, serial TS434; No.1 Heavy Glider 
					Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire; recovered gliders from 
					Normandy landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault 
					gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem); No.107 (Transport) Operational 
					Training Unit, Leicester East 19Jan45; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, Wymeswold 27Nov45; 
					No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, Netheravon 19Mar46; No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, 
					Cumberland 16Dec46; Foreign Liquidation Commission; Scottish Aviation 20Mar47; OO-AWN with Sabena but
					ntu; scrapped 1Aug47
				15109 (MSN 19575) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 80th Troop Carrier Squadron [7D*R], 436th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466).
					W/o Oct 30, 1951 in crash 5 mi NW of March FB, California
				15110 (MSN 19576) Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. Ninth 
					Air Force 20May44. 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire. Transported supplies 
					for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44.
					W/o Dec 21, 1950 in crash 5 mi NW of Momtaltodi Di Castro, Italy when ran out of fuel.
				15111 (MSN 19577) Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44. Eighth Air Force 31Mar44. Ninth 
					Air Force 4Apr44. 304th Troop Carrier Squadron [V4*O], 442nd Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488); named ‘Sonya’. Transported paratroopers of the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Chilbolton (Station 404) Sep44. 
					The aircraft was transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					drop zone at Veghel, north of Eindhoven, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44; 
					hit by flak but able to drop the paratroopers over the DZ. The aircraft crashed on the 
					bank of the Aa south of Vogelenzang at Erp, Netherlands [2KIA].   MACR 9978
				15112 (MSN 19578) to USAAF 05Feb44. 8th AF? no card  USAF.  Converted to EC-47N from RC-47N, then to 
					EC-47P in Oct 1971.  Supplied under MAP to South Vietnamese AF Nov 10, 1972.
				15113 (MSN 19579) Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 435th Troop Carrier 
					Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for 
					the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					Transferred to Royal AF from USAAF stocks in UK 11Oct44 as Dakota III, serial TS433; 
					No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire; recovered 
					gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa 
					assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem); No.107 (Transport) 
					Operational Training Unit, Leicester East 28Jan45; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, Wymeswold 
					29Nov45; No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland; Foreign Liquidation Commission; 
					To Canadair Ltd 19Dec46.  Returned to USAAF Jan 29, 1947
				15114 (MSN 19580) to USAAF 04Feb44.  8th AF 30Mar44.  9th AF.  FLC 25May46.  To Czech AF
				15115 (MSN 19581) to USAAF 05Feb44. 8th AF?  no card  " 0-315115" USAAF stored Davis Monthan and 
					sold 20Aug61.  N86462 Douglas Aircraft Service Corp, Douglas, AZ US.  Crashed 20Aug66 but repaired  
					E A Juzwik, Barrington, IL 1967   Fran-Berce Enterprises Inc, Long Beach, CA US 1968   
					Southwest Aviation Inc, Las Cruces, NM US May69.  M H Christler 1972.   Christler Flying Service, 
					Thermopolis, WY 1974.  Centennial Airways Inc, Reno, NV US RI7Apr79.   Commercial Tpt of 
					St. Kitts, St. Kitts, W.1.  Barney Frazier Aircraft Inc, RJun81.  British Caribbean Airways, L17Jun81  
					Aircraft Assocs, Long Beach, CA. B13Oct82.  Current 2011  
				15116 (MSN 19582) to USAAF 05Feb44. 8th AF? card missing.  W/o Aug 24, 1948 near Ravolzhausen, West Germany 
					in midair collision with 43-16036.
				15117 (MSN 19583)  to USAAF 05Feb44. Algiers 12th AF 03Apr44.  Used by 8th AF 492nd BG, 856th BS for 
					clandestine operations.  W/o May 3, 1945 at Quara, Italy.  MACR 14159
				15118 (MSN 19584) to USAAF 05Feb44.   12th AF Algiers 09Apr44.   FLC Cairo  01Sep46.  To South Africa 
					for Pan Africa Air Charter Ltd in 1946 as ZS-AYB.  W/o Jan 15, 1949 when it had a forced landing in a lagoon
					close to shore near Ras-el-Tin, Egypt.
				15119 (MSN 19585) Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth 
					Air Force 4Apr44. 304th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488); named ‘You Cawn’t Miss It’. Transported paratroopers of the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire, 
					with engines on fire, the aircraft ditched near Saint-Marcouf, Normandy; crew rescued.
				15120 (MSN 19586) Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. Ninth 
					Air Force 4Apr44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston 
					Heath (Station 483). 47th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Achiet (B-54), France. Damaged while parked in collision by C-47B 
					? 43-48562 taxying at Achiet 1Jul45. Salvaged 4Jun46.
				15121 (MSN 19587) Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 4Apr44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, 305th TCS as : Lady Veta 4JB".  Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 
					6Jun44.  FLC Jul 1, 1946.  To Czechoslovakian State Airline (CSA) in 1947 as OK-XDH
				15122 (MSN 19588) delivered to USAAF Feb44; 36th. 435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					305th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saint-André-de-l'Eure (B-24), 
					France Nov44.  Damaged in midair collision 
					with another 305th TCS C-47 43-15131 near Rance, Belgium Nov 30, 1944. 15122 landed safely but 15131 crashed, 
					killing all on board.  Later while attached to 441st TCG at Eschborn AB, Frankfurt, Germany, damaged in 
					taxi accident at Templehof AB, Germany Aug 17, 1946.  Next, attached to 14th TS, 61st TCG at Eschborn AB, 
					Germany, damaged in other taxi accident at Rhine-Main AB, Germany Dec 11, 1946.
					36th Air Base Group, Furstenfeldbruck, Germany; Erding AB, Germany Jun51; 
					SOC 24Jul51 [possibly to support CIA activities]
				15123 (MSN 19589) Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 442nd Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvaged Mar 5, 1948
				15124 (MSN 19590) Delivered to USAAF 7Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. Ninth Air Force 25Apr44. 442nd Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Salvaged 3Sep44
				15125 (MSN 19591) Delivered to USAAF 7Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 4Apr44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Salvaged May 1, 1946.
				15126 (MSN 19592) Delivered to USAAF 7Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. Ninth Air Force 4Apr44. 
					442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 
					To SAS Oct. 01, 1946 registered as SE-BBR, named Rorek Viking, later 
					registered as SE-ABA, named Ankam. May of 1953 sold to the French as F-BFGK 
					for Aigle-Azur, flown later as F-OABK on February 12, 1951 damaged beyond 
					repair in a hard landing accident at Luang Prabang, Laos.
				15127 (MSN 19593) to USAAF 05Feb44.  ATC 16May44.  RFC 09Jul46.   NC66118 C B Austin 20Jul46  
					C N Shelton 06Aug46.   TI-YV  Socony-Vacuum OilCO US of Venezuela 20Jul48.   N2630 Socony 
					Vacuum Oil Co 07 Aug50.  Socony Mobil OilCO US 28Sep50.   Gen Petroleum Corp 11Jun51  
					Socony-Mobil OilCO US 01Jan60.   Mobil Oil Corp Apr66.  N2630M Rr  06Aug66.   Aero IntI 
					Assocs Inc 24Aug66.   Air Transport Inc, Hebron, OH 08Dec67.  N84H Rr 30Mar69  
					XA-CEG Aeroservicios DE US Sonora, Nogales 1971.   WFU 
				15128 (MSN 19594) Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 442nd Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Missing in action Aug 26, 1944; condemned 26Aug44.
				15129 (MSN 19595) Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 442nd 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  FLC to Turkey Dec 9, 1948.
					To Turkish AF as 6023, coded ETI-23, KR-23, 12-023 in that order.
				15130 (MSN 19596) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					W/o Feb 24, 1956 when hit high ground 5 mi S of Rascafria, Spain.  3 killed.
				15131 (MSN 19597) Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. Ninth Air Force 4Apr44. 
					305th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Weston Zoyland (Station 447) Jun44. Peray (A-44), France Oct44. Saint-André-de-l'Eure (B-24), 
					France Nov44.  ("Lady Eve") w/o Nov 30, 1944 with 305th TCS, 442nd TCG, in midair collision with 41-15122 near 
					Rance, Belgium on a flight from Asch (Y-29), Belgium to Laon/Couvron (A-70), France.  MACR 10687.  
					15122 landed safely, but 15131 crashed, killing all 6 aboard.  Salvaged Dec 2, 1944
				15132 (MSN 19598) Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Eighth Air Force 10Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 12Apr44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Salvaged May 27, 1946.
				15133 (MSN 19599) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. "0- IS133" USAF. 7101 ABS Wiesbaden 1962.  USA Nov66 
					Later converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  Destroyed on ground by rocket attack
					at Pleiku AB, Vietnam May 19, 1970.
				15134 (MSN 19600) to USAAF 09Feb44.  8th AF 26Mar44.  Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  FLC Turkey 22Jan49
					To Turkish AF as “6050”, wfu and in June 2009 it was submerged off Kas, Turkey as an artificial reef
				15135 (MSN 19601) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route. Marrakech, French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 19/20Mar44. 302nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [2L*P], 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. Damaged taxying at Aldermaston (Station 467) 24Dec44, 
					possibly hit by C-47B ? 43-48924 which crashed on takeoff from Aldermaston.  To French AF as 
					AdlA 315135 14May54.  GT2/64 Jun54.   GT1I64.  Aug54- GT2/62 "FRAYB" Feb55.  B/U 19JuI55 
				15136 (MSN 19602)Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 442nd Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  FLC Turkey 23Apr49  
				15137 (MSN 19603) Accepted by USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  C-47A 43-15137 was assigned to the 306th Troop Carrier Squadron 
					(TCS) 442nd Troop Carrier Group (TCG) 50th Troop Carrier Wing (TCW) IX Troop Carrier Command, Royal AF 
					(RAF) Station Fulbeck England (also known as USAAF station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  After World War Two, 43-15137 was flown to 
					the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) Bush Field, GA on 18 November 1945. She was then registered as 
					NC36699 to Bruning Aviation, Hampton MS 29 January 1946; followed by Consolidated Air Transit Inc., East Orange, 
					NJ December 23, 1947; Air Parts Inc., NY November 9, 1948; Regina Cargo Air Lines Inc., NY 14 April 1949; 
					A.J. Williams, trading as British Guiana Airways, Ltd., Miami, FL 13 October 1950; registered as VP-GAG 27 
					December 1950; Guyana Airways Corp. 1963 and re-registered as 8R-GAG 1967; East West Helicopters Inc., 
					Harrison, OH 22 February 1979; registered to Air Service Center, Inc., Hamilton, OH 22 February 1979 and 
					re-registered as N9060Y 01 March 1979; registered to Hoganair Inc., Hamilton, OH 15 June 1979 and re-registered 
					as N89HA 01 July 1980; purchased by H.A. Hartley 25 July 1985 (registration pending to estate of H.A. 
					Hartley Jan 1991); registered to Aviation Consulting & Services, Mineral Wells, TX 15 April 1992 (registration 
					pending to Hal & Vicki Davidson, Weatherford, TX May 1994) and finally to the Confederate AF (Rio Grande 
					Valley Wing), Brownsville, Texas. C-47A 43-15137 was registered to the City of Brownsville, Brownsville TX 
					17 August 1998 and stored at Brownsville, TX October 1998.
					In the fall of 2006 the decision was made to sell C-47A 43-15137 at auction after six decades of hard 
					service. The aircraft was cut up with the only significant section still intact - the cockpit. 
					QuestMasters obtained this cockpit section during the summer of 2007. 
					Noted in the QuestMasters Museum collection, Maryland.
				15138 (MSN 19604) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					To Spanish AF as T.3-6 and w/o Apr 10, 1962.
				15139 (MSN 19605) Delivered to USAAF 10Feb44. Eighth Air Force 9Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 11Apr44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Chilbolton (Station 404) Sep44. Left engine damaged by flak over Breda, Netherlands 18Sep44. 
					The aircraft was towing a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division 
					to a landing zone north of Eindhoven, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’. After releasing the 
					glider over the landing zone, the aircraft returned towards home base. Over the North Sea the 
					left engine failed but the propeller would not feather. With the aircraft filling up with smoke, 
					the pilot ditched the aircraft off Ipswich. The crew was rescued by a British air sea rescue launch.
				15140 (MSN 19606) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					"0-3I5140 ILL-ANG 1955. "0-I5140" ILL-ANG 1965.  Stored Davis Monthan 16Dec72
					To Colombian AF as FAC-1122.  To Aerolineas Intercolombianas (Alicol LTDA) as HK-3176
				15141 (MSN 19607) Delivered to USAAF 9Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 25Apr44. 306th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Weston Zoyland (Station 447) Jun44. Peray (A-44), France Oct44. 
					Saint-André-de-l'Eure (B-24), France Nov44. Damaged taking off at Saint-André-de-l'Eure 2May45. 
					Salvaged 6Oct45.
				15142 (MSN 19608) Delivered to USAAF 9Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth 
					Air Force 11Apr44.306th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Weston Zoyland (Station 447) Jun44. Peray (A-44),
					France Oct44. Saint-André-de-l'Eure (B-24), France Nov44. Damaged in mid-air collision 21Mar45
					Germany 01Jan48.   FLC Turkey 31Mar49.  To Turkish AF as 6020
				15143 (MSN 19609) Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group. Ferried overseas 
					via the South Atlantic/African route.  Fatal crash landing at Yundum Field, Bathurst, Gambia 22Mar44.
				15144 (MSN 19610) to USAAF 11Feb44. 8th AF? no card.  W/o near Fort Dix, New Jersey Jul 1, 1951.
				15145 (MSN 19611) Delivered to USAAF 10Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Mar44. 
					15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston 
					Heath (Station 483) 27Oct44. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar 
					equipment for use as a pathfinder. Greenham Common (Station 486) for repairs and 
					re-wiring, demands made by the installation of 200-amp generators for supplying 
					power to the radar equipment; returned to Barkston Heath 4Jan45. Drucat (B-92), 
					Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported 
					men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany 
					on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.  To US 28Sep45.  To RFC 08Nov45  
					To 19 Sqn RAAF (NElAF) as DT-976  flown with Australian radio c/s VHRCR.  Reserialled as T-476 Jul47  
					To PK-RCR 10Sep47.  To Garuda Indonesian Airways 28Dec49.  To PK-GDG 07Jul56.  WFU 
				15146 (MSN 19612) Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44. Eighth Air Force 9Mar44. 32nd 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). 
					The aircraft was on a resupply flight for the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone one 
					mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France 7Jun44; hit by enemy ground fire, damaging the 
					left wing and crashing at Gueutteville, 3km NNE of Picauville [5POW].    MACR 5712.
				15147 (MSN 19613) delivered to USAAF 11Feb44; 8th AF 12Apr44; 9th AF, Troop Carrier Command 14Apr44; 
					transferred to Royal AF from USAAF Stocks in UK 11Oct44 as Dakota III, serial TS431; 
					No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire; 
					recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian 
					and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem); 
					Airborne Forces Experimental Establishment, Beaulieu, Hampshire 25Feb45; No.22 Maintenance 
					Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 10Oct46; Foreign Liquidation Commission; Air Carriers 
					17Oct46; Cruzeiro "Botocudo"; registered PP-CCM 28Feb47; Cruzeiro Geofoto Leased 26Aug75, 
					bought 17Aug78; Aeromapa Brasil 5Nov80; JA Simioni 26Jun81.
				15148 (MSN 19616) to USAAF 10Feb44.  8th AF 15Mar44.  306th Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, Thurleigh (Station 111), 
					Bedfordshire Jun459th AF.  Salvaged 1946
				15149 (MSN 19615) Delivered to USAAF 10Feb44. Eighth Air Force 9Mar44. 47th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Neth/Belgium.  Salvaged 29Jan47 
				15150 (MSN 19616) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. Eighth Air Force 15Mar44. 62nd Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported 
					paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone 
					one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle 
					damaged by enemy ground fire.   To Turkey Devlet Hava Yollari (DHY) as TC-BAG.
					Crashed into hillside near Lapseki, Turkey Jan 5, 1954. 4 of
					10 onboard killed.
				15151 (MSN 19617) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd 
					Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  To Uruguayan AF as 513
				15152 (MSN 19618) Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. 302nd 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					27th Air Transport Group, Ninth Air Force, Villacoublay (A-42), France Aug45. Damaged 
					landing at Stuttgart/Echterdingen (R-50), Germany 9Sep45.  Salvaged May 21, 1946
				15153 (MSN 19619) Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Mar44. 79th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Membury (Station 466). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. The aircraft departed Membury Jul44 to take 
					part in Operation 'Dragoon' - the invasion of southern France 15Aug44. Capodichino, Naples, Italy. 
					Five aircraft took off from Capodichino 31Jul44 to ferry coloured soldiers of 904th Air Base Security 
					Battalion, 366th Infantry Regiment (Bravo Company) to Ramitelli in Southern Italy. These aircraft 
					were flying under a heavy bank of fog when suddenly a mountain appeared ahead. This aircraft hit 
					some trees causing it to crash into the base of the mountain at Irpinia, 35 km NE of Salerno, killing 
					nine of the eighteen passengers; the four aircrew and a further thirteen passengers survived the 
					post-crash fire. Condemned 29Aug44.
				15154 (MSN 19620) to USAAF 09Feb44.  Delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-Lease early 1944.  Became XT-85, later N8349C
				15155 (MSN 19621) to USAAF 09Feb44.  Delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-lease early 1944.  Lost over "Hump" in flight from
					Chungking to Kunming Jan 16, 1945.  3 occupants killed.
				15156 (JSN 19622) Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 48th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile 
					NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy
					ground fire. Salvaged 8Jun44.
				15157 (MSN 19623) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Eighth Air Force 18Mar44. 
					Ninth Air Force 25Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  To RFC 07Nov46.  To 19 Sqn RAAF (NEIAF) as DT-975  
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHRCQ.  Reserialled as T-475  Jul47.  to PK-RCQ 17Sep47 
					Garuda Indonesia Airways 28Dec49.  Reregistered PK-GDF 10octS6.   PK-OAZ Philips Petroleum R29Sep70  
					Airfast Sep74.  PT Safari Air 1978.  Current 2011  
				15158 (MSN 19624) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 60th Troop Carrier Group, United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE), 
					Munich, Germany. Damaged taxying at Munich 3Mar47.
 					To Spanish AF as T.3-13 and W/o Feb 1972.
				15159 (MSN 19625) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 25Apr44. 94th Troop Carrier Squadron [D8*Z], 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Upottery (Station 462); named ‘The Argonia’ [personal aircraft of the Group commander]. 
					Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder.  
					Transported paratroopers of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider
					transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44. On 16Jul44 the 
					aircraft departed Upottery to take part in Operation 'Dragoon' - the invasion of southern 
					France 15Aug44. Routed via St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall to Marrakech, French Morocco 
					17Jul44; Orbetello, Italy 18Jul44. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 517th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Airborne Task Force to a drop zone at Le Muy, France 
					on Operation ‘Dragoon’ 15Aug44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					1st Airborne Task Force to a landing zone at Le Muy, France on Operation ‘Dragoon’ 15Aug44. 
					Flew a supply mission with gasoline Upottery-Amiens, France-Upottery 5Sep44. Flew Upottery-
					Northolt, London-Le Bourget, Paris with 15 million Belgian Francs; returned to Upottery 
					6Sep44. 439th TCG relocated to Juvincourt (A-68), France 9Sep44 then returned to Balderton 
					(Station 482) 16Sep44. Transported paratroopers of C Company, 307th Airborne Engineer 
					Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Lonray (A-45), France 28Sep44. 91st Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					Châteaudun (A-39) 4Nov44. Etain (A-82),Verdun, France Apr45. The aircraft was part of a 
					mission by the 91st TCS of sixteen aircraft delivering gasoline to Cham (R-64), Germany 8May45. 
					The squadron then flew to Ergolding (R-73), Germany to collect British POWs. The airstrip 
					at Ergolding was only a grass runway with aircraft of the 91st TCS and 94th TCS parked on 
					either side. C-47 ? 43-15323 of the 94th TCS hit a rut during takeoff which threw the aircraft 
					to the 91st TCS side of the runway; before the pilot could regain control, a wing was striking 
					several parked C-47s. After causing damage to four aircraft the aircraft hit another C-47, 
					shearing off the nose of 323 and causing both to catch fire. This aircraft was repairable.
					Châteaudun (A-39) 16May45. Salvaged 7Jul45.
				15160 (MSN 19626) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 437th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men 
					and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Missions ‘Detroit’ and ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44
					To RFC 26Oct45.  To NC53218 Viking Airlines, Burbank, CA US 01Feb46.  Crashed 6 m E of Richmond, VA US  
					16May46
				15161 (MSN 19627) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 1st Pathfinder Group (Provisional), 
					Ninth Air Force, Chartres (A-40), France. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and 
					radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the 
					Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Stored Davis Monthan.  Sold 20Aug61.  To N87644 Aero American Corp.   Aero American Aircraft Parts 
					derelict Tucson 1975.  Rebuilding Feb77. C-GNOA Millardair Ltd Nov78.  To N171MV Apr85.  To
					Colombian AF as 1365. 
				15162 (MSN 19628) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. 305th Ferrying Squadron, 4th 
					Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged by bad weather 
					in an accident at Bowman Field, Louisville, KY 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 12Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 14Apr44. Pathfinder School, Ninth Air Force Troop Carrier Command, North 
					Witham (Station 479). Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment 
					for use as a pathfinder. Transported Pathfinder paratroopers of the 101st Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone at Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 
					5/6Jun44. Took part in Operation 'Dragoon' - the invasion of southern France 15Aug44. 
					The plane went missing over the sea during a ferry flight between Gibraltar and St Mawgan, 
					Newquay, Cornwall 21Aug44 [8KIS].  MACR 9659.
				15163 (MSN 19629) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. Eighth Air Force 12Apr44. 
					Pathfinder School, Ninth Air Force Troop Carrier Command, North Witham (Station 479). 
					Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. 
					Transported Pathfinder paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone at 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 1st Pathfinder 
					Group (Provisional), Ninth Air Force, Chartres (A-40), France. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the 
					southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					To Imperial Iranian AF in 1949
				15164 (MSN 19630) to USAAF 12Feb44.  8th AF 19Feb44. 9th AF 18Mar44.  US 28Sep45.  RFC 29Oct45  
					To NC52200 Kesterson Inc, Knoxville, TN.  American Airmotive.  To Avianca in Colombia as C-161, to Aerovias
					Nacionales de Colombia (Avianca) as HK-161.  Crashed on descent at Las Animas, La Maria, Colombia 
					(near Cascubel River) Dec 24, 1966.  3 crew and 26 passengers killed.
				15165 (MSN 19631) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Mar44. 
					49th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of 
					Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire, 
					ditched in English Channel
				15166 (MSN 19632) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 
					9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 9Mar44. 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 and a resupply flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44.  To OY-AUB DDL "Bjarke Viking" D27Nov46.   SAS 01Aug48   
					EI-AFA Aer Lingus "St Laurence O'Toole"  1948.  "St Vergil", "St Declan" D12Nov48.  
					9N-AAL Royal Nepal Airlines "Lamtang" B29Oct63 to 1976 
				15167 (MSN 19633) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for 
					the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Detroit’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. 15th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483).
					95th Troop Carrier Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN.
					Damaged when force landed with mechanical failure at the Lockheed Air Terminal, Los Angeles, CA 3Dec45.
					WFU Apr 23, 1947.
				15168 (MSN 19634) Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route. Marrakech, French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 19/20Mar44. Eighth 
					Air Force 21Mar44. 440th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Exeter (Station 463). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
 					To Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) as 
					OY-AYB "Bjorn Viking", then to Air Outre-Mer (French Overseas
					Department and Territories) Aug 1, 1949 as F-OABX.  W/o
					Jul 20, 1954 when crashed Thudamot, French Indo-China enroute
					from Pakse Airport, Laos to Saigon Tan Son Nhut IAP, Vietnam.
				15169 (MSN 19635) Delivered to USAAF 14Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 435th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44; ditched in English Channel returning 
					from mission [4RTD:1WIA]
				15170 (MSN 19636)  Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. 61st Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Returned to US 24Sep45.
					To RFC 05Nov45.  NC39188 Air Cargo Tpt Corp, Newark, NJ.  W/O 08Mar46 at Newark, NJ  
				15171 (MSN 19637) Delivered to USAAF 14Feb44. 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
					Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged taxying at love Field, Dallas, TX 22Feb44. 
					Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. Ninth Air Force 12Apr44. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [W7*C; Nose #22], 
					316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, 
					SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 319th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44.
					Returned to US 28Sep45. To RFC 28Sep45.  To NC66025.  To C-500- S A Medellin 1947   
					Reregistred HK-500 Avianca 01May54.  Soc Tptes Aereos Boyacenses Aerovias Condor DE US Colombia Ltda  
					Lineas Aerea la Urraca 1978 WFU at Villavicencio, Colombia Jan77.  
				15172 (MSN 19638) Delivered to USAAF 14Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route. Marrakech, French Morocco to Nutts Corner (Station 235), Belfast, Northern Ireland 10/11Apr44. 
					14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Barkston Heath (Station 483); named 
					"Pellican Pappy’. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. To RFC Sep 27, 1945.
				15173 (MSN 19639) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 12Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					to American Airlines 12/45 as N88787 'Flagship Alpha', 
					w/o Aug 8, 1947 LaGuardia Airport, NY.  3 out of 5 onboard killed.  Plane was flying
					an engine and engine change crew to Buffalo.  2 min after take off pilot decided to
					return to LaGuardia because of low engine oil pressure.  Came in to land on one
					engine, waved off, and crashed into water and sank.
				15174 (MSN 19640) Delivered to USAAF 14Feb44. Eighth Air Force 18Mar44. Ninth 
					Air Force 25Apr44. 88th Troop Carrier Squadron, 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Greenham Common (Station 486). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. Damaged taxying at Greenham Common 14Jan45. Prosnes (A-79), 
					Reims, France Feb45. Crashed landing at Schwäbisch Hall (R-41), Germany 24Apr45. Salvaged 26Apr45.
  					The plane marked as 15174 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH is actually 43-49507.
				15175 (MSN 19641) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Eighth Air Force 19Mar44. 34th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493); named ‘Ruth D’. 
					Transported British paratroopers and containers to a drop zone west of Arnhem, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44; hit by flak inbound to the DZ, all paratroopers and crew bailed 
					out. The aircraft crashed at Dodewaard, Netherlands.
				15176 (MSN 19642) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 47th 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle 
					damaged by enemy ground fire.  Returned to US 10Aug45.  To RFC  31Oct45.
					To LV-XFU then to Argentine AF in 1947 as T-24.  Scrapped in 1970.
				15177 (MSN 19643) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Air Transport Command. Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL Mar44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing 
					Morrison Field Mar44. Damaged taking off at Eknes Field, Rufisque, Dakar, Senegal 28Mar44. 
					859th Bomb Squadron [P*V], 492nd Bomb Group, Eighth Air Force, Harrington (Station 179). 
					Used for ‘Carpetbagger’ operations. Accident at Lyon-Bron (Y-6), France 9Mar45. Salvaged 9Mar45.
				15178 (MSN 19644)
				15179 (MSN 19645) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. 36th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [4C*H; Nose #7], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Cottesmore (Station 489); named ‘Buddy’. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. The 
					aircraft was transporting gasoline to Giessen, Germany 3Apr45 when it was hit by enemy 
					ground fire after passing Cologne. With fire in the cockpit, the pilot crash landed the aircraft 
					in a pasture. The only fatality was the 316th Group Commander [1KIA]. Condemned 30Apr45.
					MACR 13633
				15180 (MSN 19646) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 9Mar44.
					62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). 
					Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop 
					zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 50th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron. The aircraft was transporting paratroopers of the 56th Parachute Battalion, 
					4th Brigade of the British 1st Airborne Division, the Red Devils, to a drop zone at Ginkelse Heide 
					northwest of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. The aircraft was near
					Ochten, 20 miles SW of Arnhem when a fuel tank was hit by flak. The pilot lowered the 
					landing gear for a forced landing in a field between Tiel and Dodewaard, Netherlands but 
					skidded, the left wing was torn off damaging a fuel tank which caught fire, turned over and 
					burned. There were no survivors; six American crew members and eighteen British paratoopers died.
					MACR 10264.  Wreck site located in 1992:Ochten
				15181 (MSN 19647) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. TCPU, Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN. 
					The aircraft departed Baer Field en route to Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 11Mar44. 
					The pilot lost control after entering instrument conditions; the aircraft entered a spin and 
					crashed into a waterway at Indian River, near Stuart, FL [5KIS].
				15182 (MSN 19648) Delivered to USAAF 15Feb44. Air Transport Command. Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL Mar44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route departing 
					Morrison Field Mar44. Routed via Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Atkinson Field, 
					Georgetown, British Guyana. Damaged while parked in collision by North American B-25H 
					? 43-4445 at Atkinson Field 8Mar44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 440th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Exeter (Station 463). Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					Returned to US 06Sep45.  To RFC 22Oct45.  To NC65136 Texas Engineering & MfgCO US  
					Northeast Airlines Inc "36" 27Sep46.  Lake Central Airlines 10Mar61.  Allegheny 1968  
					PK-ZDF Zamrud Airlines of Indonesia D 1969.   W/o Apr 6, 1979 at Menado.
				15183 (MSN 19649) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 15th 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath 
					(Station 483) 31Mar44; named ‘Josie Belle II’. Preparing to depart on practice 
					operation ‘Mush’, the right wing was badly damaged while taxying to the runway at 
					Barkston Heath 21Apr44; in the darkness neither the pilot nor the co-pilot of the damaged 
					aircraft was able to see the British Airborne beverage truck which was parked beside the 
					taxy strip. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile 
					NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers 
					of the British 1st Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 320th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting 
					men and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, 
					France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials 
					of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 
					24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.  US RFC 23Sep45.  NC41748  NC58090 Trans Caribbean Air Cargo 
					Lines Inc Dec45  Markel Service Inc  XA-GIE N4642V Piedmont Aviation Inc   
					N52V Rr "P/m Shenandoah Valley" 1953.  Charlotte Aircraft Inc 31Mar62.  Ozark Airlines Inc L 19May65 
					(later B).  Fairchild-Hiller Corp 05Nov68. Rourke Aircraft Sales, Tulsa, OK US  
					American Jet Aviation Inc 1971.  Pinehurst Airlines R07Nov73.  A&A Holding Co, Laurel, MS B22Jan81  
					current 2011 
				15184 (MSN 19650) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 25Apr44. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron [T3*P; Nose #75], 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. 
					Transported British 9th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern 
					edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. 
					Hit over the drop zone, the aircraft caught fire burning off the elevator and rudder fabric 
					before crashing [5 crew plus 16 British paratroopers KIA] .   MACR 13346
				15185 (MSN 19651) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 25Apr44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French 
					Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 9Mar44. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field 
					Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting 
					men and materials for the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Struck by 
					ground fire and flak over the landing zone, the crew bailed out three miles east of Afferden, 
					Netherlands; the aircraft flew on a short distance, exploded then crashed at Afferden [5POW]. 
					Condemned 18Sep44.  Crew 5 POW, one killed while POW.  MACR 10172
				15186 (MSN 19652) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 25Apr44. 100th Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force,
					Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. .
					W/o 6 Jun 6, 1944 crash landed at RAF Middle Wallop, UK (badly damaged by AA)
					Condemned 9Jun44
				15187 (MSN 19653) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. 
					315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  RFC 07Nov45.  To NC66054, to Colombia as C-502, to Aerovias Nacional de
					Colombia (Avianca) as HK-502.  Crashed Feb 2, 1962 on cargo flight in mountains
					near Municipio de Marulanda, Colombia.  2 crew killed.
				15188 (MSN 19654) to USAAF 16Feb44. 8th AF 18Mar44.  9th AF 25Apr44. To RFC 29Sep45. To NC88827 American "F/S Niagara Falls" 
					B02Nov45.  O J Whitney.  NC88827 02Nov45 B02Nov48.  HK-325 LANSA  Avianca 01May54 
					N9731F OR US ex 43-49654. Babb & Co, New York. United Nations Operation in the Congo (UNOC) 
					2Mar61 as 212. 3 Squadron, UN Air Transport Force, N’Dolo Airport, Léopoldville, Republic of Congo. 
					Stored Mar62. SOC 1Apr62. Sold to European Research Co., Brazzaville, Republic of Congo c.Jan64
					Conflict: 
					Accident while parked at Taegu AB (K-2), Korea 17Jan51
				15189 (MSM 10755) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44. Eighth Air Force 18Mar44. Ninth Air Force 16Apr44. 
					302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464).
					Munich 01Jan48.   SOC 17Sep48.
				15190 (MSN 19656) to USAAF 17Feb44.  8th AF 30Mar44. Returned to US 01Jul45.  To RFC 23Aug46  
					To NC67589 Southwest AirwaysCO US 1946.  Pacific Airlines Inc 06Mar58.  Crashed Santa Maria, CA US  
					US 26Oct59.  Aircraft Sales & Salvage, Long Beach, CA US 1967  spares  
				15191 (MSN 19657) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African 
					route. Marrakech, French Morocco to Valley (Station 568), Anglesey, Wales 26Mar44. 49th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop 
					zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 and a resupply 
					flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44.
					To MASDC  Sep 27, 1969
				15192 (MSN 19658) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 435th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Brétigny (A-48), France. Towed two gliders transporting 
					men and materials for the 17th Airborne Division to a landing zone at Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.  Returned to US 05Jul45.  To RFC 27Nov45.  To 19 Sqn RAAF (NElAF) as DT-988  
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHRCF.  To Neth East Indies Governmentas NI477  
					To NEIAF as T-448.  To PK-DBG.  To PK-GDW 07Jul56.  To PK-NDL 11Feb70 
				15193 (MSN 19659) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French Morocco to UK 18Mar44. Eighth Air Force 
					19Mar44. Ninth Air Force 25Apr44. Returned to US 25Apr45.  To RFC 07Nov45  
					To civil registry as NC39354, then LV-XEO 29Aug46.  To Argentine AF FAAr T-174 T-151 
				15194 (MSN 19660) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					16Apr44. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported 
					British 9th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the 
					Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Returned to USA,  To RFC Sep 22, 1945
				15195 (MSN 19661) to USAAF 17Feb44.  8th AF? no card.  USAF SC-47A "0-15195"   N87645 Aero American 
					Corp B20Aug61.  Fuselage at Ryan Fld, Tuscon, AZ Aug72 to Sep75.  C-GABG Air Brazeau Inc, Rouyn, PQ 
					26May76.  T/a Quebec Aviation Ltd, Ste Foy, PQ R Aug79.  Contact A/Ws, Ft McMurray, Jul80  
					Ellair Ltd Mar82.  Contact Airways Sep83.  To HK-3292X 1988.  WFU 
				15196 (MSN 19662)  to USAAF 17Feb44. 8th AF? no card.  To NC1472V with N3G Aerojet Gen Corp.  Reregistered N241AG Dec56  
					Calif Aim Sales Corp Aug60.  To N444G.  To N206PP Pacific Power & Light Co, Portland, OR US 1963   
					To N208R Debonaire Inc, Oakland, CA US 1964.   Caroll Shelby Enterprises Inc, Los Angeles, CA US 1966   
					Fran Bera Enterprises Inc, Long Beach Oct69.  L O Balch, Marina del Rey, CA US Sep70   
					Land Marketing Svces Inc, Frazier Pk, CA US Jan72.  Stallion Springs Oct76 
					Avn Enterprises Inc, Long Beach, CA US 1976.  Quetzel Corp, San Diego, CA US Jan78  
					XA- Mexico.  N32342 B23Sep82.  To XA-HOE Jan86  
					In October 1987 it was at Brown Field San Diego, CA registered as XA-HOE with Baja Air.
				15197 (MSN 19663) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 100th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.  Neth/Belgium.  salvaged 15Apr47
				15198 (MSN 19664) Delivered to USAAF 17Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 48th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop 
					zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44; battle damaged 
					by enemy ground fire. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on 
					Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44.   Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  Salvaged 05Mar48
				15199 (MSN 19665) to USAAF 17Feb44. 8th AF? no card . USAF "0-15199" 48 TFW 1960.   7375 CSG Sculthorpe JuI63  
					MAAG Portugal 16Apr64.  Struck off charge on Dec 9, 1965 for spares recovery.
				15200 (MSN 19666) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 99th Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 
					501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 1st Pathfinder Group (Provisional), Ninth Air Force, 
					Chartres (A-40), France. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for 
					use as a pathfinder. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile 
					northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.  USAF "0-315200" Alaska ANG 144 ATS
					"0-15200" May67 to May74 WFU 1974.  To civil registry 1987 
					In 1987 preserved at Alaska History and
					Transportation Museum, Palmer, AK although nominally on charge of USAFM.
					Noted during 1994 on display at Alaska Museum of Transportation and Industry, 
					Wasilla, Alaska.  Still there Summer 2005.
				15201 (MSN 19667) Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 
					Ninth Air Force 25Apr44. 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467). 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a landing zone 
					at Hiesville, Normandy, France on Missions ‘Chicago’ and ‘Keokuk’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44.
					Returned to US 24Jun45.  To RFC 02Nov45. 
					To NC14283 PAA Nov 1945, To Sahsa as XH-SAA & W/O Jan 6, 1959 Guatemala City
				15202 (MSN 19668) Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 29th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop 
					zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 and a resupply 
					flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 304th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron. 442nd Troop Carrier Group, United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE). 
					Accident taking off at Frankfurt/Eschborn (Y-74), Germany 25Feb46.
					Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  FLC Turkey 16Dec48  t
					To Turkish AF 1948/49 registered as 6028 (coded
					CBK-28) Crashed Feb 1, 1963 after midair collision with Middle East Flight
					265, a Vickers Viscount (OD-ADE), both while approaching
					Ankara's Etimesgut Airport in Turkey.  All 3 onboard the C-47
					were killed, all 11 on board the Viscount were killed, 87 people on the ground
					were killed.
				15203 (MSN 19669) Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44. Eighth Air Force 12Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 14Apr44. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*P; Nose #56], 316th Troop Carrier
					 Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd 
					Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. 
					Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern 
					edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Oberpfaff 01Jan48,  FLC Iran 26Jul49.  To Imperial Iranian AF in 1949
				15204 (MSN 19670) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  
					USAF NAMA VC-47A  Apr51 to Sep55.  "0-15204" USAF NAMAE Sep56.  "0-15204" Burtonwood Dec57 
					322 AD Mildenhall JuI63.  7th ACS 38TMW Sembach 1965.
					Converted to EC-47Q from VC-47A in 1968. To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage or survey
					Sep 30, 1974.
				15205 (MSN 19671) Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44. Eighth Air Force 12Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					14Apr44. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					Crashed in Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 25Mar45.  Condemned 25Mar45..
				15206 (MSN 19672)Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 12Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
 					Returned to US.  To RFC 25Sep45.  To 19 Sqn RAAF (NEIAF) as DT-978, flown with Australian
					radio c/s VHRCU.  Reserialled as T-478 Jul47.  To PK-RCU 28Nov47.  To PK-GDI 1956  
					Crashed Mt Burangrang, 12m NW of Bandung, Java 24Jan61  
				15207 (MSN 19673) Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Mar44. 
					45th Troop Carrier Squadron [T3*D], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 505th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 
					504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. TDY to 
					Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 9th Parachute Battalion 
					paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest 
					of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. Salvaged 21May46.
				15208 (MSN 19674) to USAAF 18Feb44.  8th AF 11Apr44.  9th AF 12Apr44.  Oberpfaff 01Jan48 
					MAP Norway 28Jun50.  315208 335 Sqn Norwegian AF as KNLu T-AM 29Jun50.   "BW-M" 1951
					To US civil registry with Shawnee Airlines as N62101, registered Aug 28, 1974.
					Converted May 1977 to turboprop power as Basler conversion No. 15 
					and to Guatemala AF as 575, later 580, then as TG-FAG-3. 
					Damaged Mar 2004.
				15209 (MSN 19675) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 78th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Damaged taxying 
					at Welford 29Aug44. Damaged taxying at Liège (A-93), Belgium 26Nov44.
					W/o Oct 2, 1957.
				15210 (MSN 19676) Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. 
					15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston 
					Heath (Station 483) 29Mar44. Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute 
					Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 
					17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 320th 
					Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting 
					men and materials from the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a landing zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. Drucat (B-92), 
					Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported men 
					and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany 
					on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville. To RFC Sep 14, 1945
				15211 (MSN 19677) Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 
					439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					To Norwegian AF as 315211, then to Danish AF Oct 1953 as 68-683, later K-683, then to
					N3239W with Valiant Air Command, then N5211A, then N1944A with Wings Venture 
					Ltd of Greenwich, CT.  Airworthy and displayed Jul 2007 at
					Royal International Air Tattoo, RAF Fairford, UK. Flown back to USA by Kermit Weeks and crew and arrived, 
					without incident, on August 4, 2011 at Oshkosh, WI. It was on display at the EAA AirVenture Museum for 
					several months before being moved permanently to the campus of Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, Florida. 
					On May 1, 2012, the C-47 was flown south to Fantasy of Flight, arriving on May 2 after an overnight stop in 
					Douglas, Georgia. The aircraft is now on display at the attraction and open to guest walk-throughs.
				15212 (MSN 196780) Delivered to USAAF 21Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 37th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [W7*L; Nose #31], 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th
					Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 319th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. The aircraft was hit by ground fire on approach to 
					the landing zone. After the glider released and the aircraft started a 180 degree turn a sudden 
					explosion hurled the aircraft up and down. The left engine stopped dead, several instruments
					were out. The right engine began to mis-fire during the turn while the pilot was busy trying to 
					feather the left propeller. Preparing for a crash landing, the crew chief realised that there was
					fuel starvation and switched the crossfeed valve. With sufficient windmilling speed, the right 
					engine picked up speed and the aircraft limped home to land safely back at Cottesmore.
					To RFC Sep 24, 1945
				15213 (MSN 19679) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 91st Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Fitted with Model 80 glider retrieval 
					assembly to recover assault gliders for refurbishment/re-use in future operations. 
					Retrieved the only airworthy glider to be recovered from the Normandy invasion operation. 
					Châteaudun (A-39), France. Flown to Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France 18Mar45 and used for 
					trials to recover Waco CG-4A gliders with ‘litter case’ wounded soldiers from combat zones. 
					First operational pickup at Remagen, Germany 22Mar45 and wounded flown to 44th 
					Evacuation Hospital at Dünstekoven, near Miel, 20km west of Bonn, Germany.
					To Peruvian AF as FAP-360.
				15214 (MSN 19680) Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 
					62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44
					Returned to USA Jul 23, 1945.  To RFC Oct 30, 1945.
					To NC88725 with TWA leased Dec 10, 1945.  WAA Mar 1947, to Colombia as C-319, to Aerovias Nacionales de
					Colombia (Vianca) as HK-319.  Crashed on cargo flight Sep 15, 1964 on
					final approach to Condota, Colombia.  2 crew killed.
				15215 (MSN 19681) to USAAF 21Feb44.  8th AF 12Apr44.  9th AF 14Apr44.  Salvaged 21May46   
				15216 (MSN 19682) Delivered to USAAF 21Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth Air 
					Force 25Apr44. 301st Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					99th Troop Carrier Squadron. Villeneuve (A-63), Vertus, France. Operating from 
					Langar (Station 490), Transported fifteen paratroopers of Company A, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44.
					Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  To FLC Iran 30Apr49.  To Imperial Iranian AF in 1949
				15217 (MSN 19683) Delivered to USAAF 21Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 59th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483) 
					31Mar44. Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Fitted with Model 80 glider retrieval assembly to recover assault gliders for refurbishment/re-use 
					in future operations Jul44.  Returned to US 06Sep45.  To RFC 22Oct45.  To NC63451.  
					To XA-GIW Tptes Aereos DE US Jalisco  
				15218 (MSN 19684) Delivered to USAAF 21Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Mar44. Ninth Air Force 
					25Apr44. 99th Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					Salvaged 24May46.   According to some sources was converted to WC-47A,
					but the IARC does not show this.
				15219 (MSN 19685) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 301st Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 
					101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.  To VC-47A. 
					Issued in 1973 to Department of Agriculture as N93042 and struck off USAF charge on Jan 18,
					1974. To N845MB with Collier Mosquito Control, Naples, Florida on Nov 16, 1978.  Noted as N845MB on the 
					turboprop conversion line at Oshkosh Jul 26, 2002 and, after turbo-conversion,
					to Policía Nacional de Colombia Dec 2004 as Basler BT-67 serial PNC-0256.  Current 2011
				15220 (MSN 19686) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 72nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 434th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Aldermaston (Station 467). Damaged when ground looped at 
					Aldermaston 9Jan45.  USAF "0-15220" Nicosia Sep61 
				15221 (MSN 19687) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd 
					Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  USAF "0-315221" 1958 
					Reported Sep 1971 engineless at Honolulu
				15222 (MSN 19688) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944.  To MASDC 22 May 1960, Dep. 12 Apr 1961 to American Airmotive, MIA, 
					to MAP 21 Jul 1961
				15223 (MSN 19689) to USAAF 21Feb44.  8th AF?  no card.  Bolivian Govt  
					CP-728 Yacimentos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos Jun63.   Horizontes Nov73   
					Tptes Aereos Itefiez 1976.   Dbr 06Jan77 near La Senda, Portachicalo, Bolivia.  
				15224 (MSN 19690) to USAAF 22Feb44.  8th AF 30Mar44.  9th AF 22Apr44  Returned to US 28Sep45  
					To RFC 05Nov45.  To 19 Sqn RAAF (NElAF) as DT-973 flown with Australian radio c/s VHRCO  
					Reserialled as T-473 Jul47.  To PK-RCO of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV US 01Dec47.  PK-GDD Rr Sep56  
					PK-WWH World Wide Helicopters R15Jun74.   National Air Charter, Djakarta RJun74 
					WFU Sep81.
				15225 (MSN 19691) Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. 45th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 
					7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd 
					Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. TDY to Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported 
					British 9th Parachute Battalion paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the 
					Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					To RFC 14Sep45.  To NC50311 Rainbow Airliners Inc, NY US R21Feb46.   Arthur J Williams, Georgetown, BG  
					tla British Guyana AfW 1947.  Reregistered VP-GAH.  Reregistered VP-GAS Br Guyana Airwayss Ltd 1955  
					Guyana AfW Corp 1963 reregistered 8R-GAS 1967.   N9060R Res Feb79.  Air Service Center Inc, 
					Hamilton, OH Jun79.   Hoganair Inc, Hamilton, OH R15Apr80.   N88HA Rr. WFU 16Aug88  
				15226 (MSN 19692) Delivered to USAAF 22Feb44. Eighth Air Force 30Mar44. 59th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [X5*T], 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483) 
					31Mar44. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 302nd Service Squadron 
					6Jun44 for battle damage repairs, completed 8Jun44 and returned to 59th TCS. Towed a Waco 
					CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 319th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd 
					Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 
					18Sep44. 302nd Service Squadron 22Sep44 for battle damage repairs, completed 29Sep44 
					and returned to 59th TCS. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping 
					Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville. 
					Air Transport Command. Departed to USA via the South Atlantic/African Route. Crashed 
					and destroyed by fire at Waller Field, Trinidad 29Aug45.
				15227 (MSN 19693) Delivered to USAAF 28Feb44. Eighth Air Force 12Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 14Apr44. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Accident landing at Achiet (B-54), France 10Apr45. Salvaged 13Apr45.
				15228 (MSN 19694) to USAAF 23Feb44.  13th AF Noumea 05Apr44.  Tacloban FLC May46.   
					VH-AOI Butler Air Tpt Pty Ltd "RMA Warrina" R29Nov46.  Queensland Airlines L 1948 to 1949  
					Ansett-ANA Oct57.  Airlines of NSW 14Feb61.   Ansett Mandated Airlines 10Apr61   
					Ansett Airlines of Papua NG.   Australian Aircraft Sales Pty Ltd Jun69  
					PK-NDH Merpati Nusantara D03Jul69.  Dirgantara Air Svces.  Crashed Santan, Kalimantan, Indonesia 07Feb77
				15229 (MSN 19695) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44 Manila.  Salvaged 10Jun47  
				15230 (MSN 19696) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44 Manila.  W/o Aug 13, 1945 Wama Fd, PNG
				15231 (MSN 19697) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 05Apr44.  W/o Dec 13, 1945 in crash at Mt Mandalgan, 
					Negros, Philippines.
				15232 (MSN 19698) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 08Apr44.  Tacloban salvaged 19Oct45  
				15233 (MSN 19699) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 08Apr44.  Manila FEAT 04Mar46 
				15234 (MSN 19700) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 09Apr44.  Manila accident 21Jul45 
				15235 (MSN 19701) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 05Apr44.  Tacloban SOC 31Dec45  
				15236 (MSN 19702) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 08Apr44.  Tacloban.  Manila salvaged 26Nov46   
				15237 (MSN 19703) to USAAF 25Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 05Apr44.  Tacloban.  To Philippine AF Jul 23, 1946
				15238 (MSN 19704) to USAAF 25Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44.  Tacloban.  Salvaged 22Oct45  
				15239 (MSN 19705) to USAAF 25Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44.  Manila  flown with Australian radio c/s VHPAA 
					WFU.  To Netherlands Navy as MLD Q-1 NTU.  W/O 22Dec45 on delivery flight  
				15240 (MSN 19706) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44.  Tacloban SOC 01May46  
				15241 (MSN 19707) to USAAF 25Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 08Apr44.  Manila scrapped 21Apr47 
				15242 (MSN 19708) to USAAF 24Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44.  Tacloban.  Damaged May 5, 1946 Laoag AAB, 
					P.I.  (landing).  Salvaged Nov 26, 1946
				15243 (MSN 19709) to USAAF 25Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 11Apr44.  Manila.  W/o in accident May 25, 1945
				15244 (MSN 19710) to USAAF 25Feb44. 13th AF Noumea 07Apr44.  Brisbane.  Accident 23Jan45  
				15245 (MSN 19711) to USAAF 28Feb44. 7th AF Oahu 03Apr44.  WAA 12Sep46.  
					to USAAF as C-47A-80-DL 43-15245 28Feb44  7th AF Oahu 03Apr44  WAA 12Sep46 
					To New Tribes Mission reg. NC74586, then N7456 called Tribesman II. 
					W/o Nov 21, 1950 when it crashed during a snow storm into Mount Moran, at the 
					11,200 foot level, adjacent to Skillet Glacier, WY killing all 21 persons aboard. 
					The remains of the passengers, crew and the plane are still on the mountain.
				15246 (MSN 19712) Delivered to USAAF 25Feb44. Seventh Air Force, O’ahu, Hawaii 6Apr44. 
					War Assets Administration Oct46. Registered as NC62039. The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. 
					Registration cancelled Aug49. To Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by 
					Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.
				15247 (MSN 19713) to USAAF 25Feb44.  7th AF Oahu 06Apr44.  WAA 12Sep46.  To NC62086 Trans Pacific Airlines Inc  
					Trans Global Airlines  Cal-Neva AvnBlatz Airlines Inc, Burbank, CA US 1964.  F A Blatz Mar70.  
					J R Ricci, Torrance, CA US Rl8Jan79.  WFU Aug79.  Derelict at Long Beach, CA US Oct81
				15248 (MSN 19714) to USAAF 25Feb44.  7th AF Oahu 07Apr44.  Tacloban.  SOC 14May46
				15249 (MSN 19715) to USAAF 25Feb44.  7th AF Oahu 06Apr44.  Manila. Salvaged 16Aug47  
				15250 (MSN 19716) to USAAF 26Feb44.  7th AF Oahu 02Apr44.  WAA 10Oct46.   NC62033  NCI00M Signal Oil & Gas Co, 
					Los Angeles, CA US [Wright C9HD] 1951.  N70IM Gen Electric Credit Corp, NY US 1971.  NIOOM?  
					N62414 NTU.  WFU Oakland derelict Oct79 
				15251 (MSN 19717) Delivered to USAAF 25Feb44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 16Apr44. 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Damaged in 
					mid-air collision in bad weather with C-47A ? 42-92849 at Waddington, Lincolnshire 
					12Aug44. This aircraft was one of 18 aircraft airborne from Spanhoe on a night formation 
					sortie when it encountered bad weather. The flight let down to a lower altitude and turned 
					to the left to avoid a weather front. During the turn, the leader was caught by turbulence 
					made his aircraft bank steeply to the right. The rest of the formation made a sharp turn to 
					follow their leader. During this correction this aircraft skidded to the right and collided 
					with the aircraft on its right side. The aircraft was damaged in the collision and made a 
					successful emergency landing at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire. Ferried to Boreham (Station 161). 
					Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, 
					Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; shot down by enemy ground fire and crashed 
					seven miles ESE of Rees, Germany [4KIA]. Condemned 24Mar45. MACR 13387
				15252 (MSN 19718) Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 16Apr44. 85th Troop Carrier Squadron, 437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Ramsbury (Station 469); ‘Little Ernie’. Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. Coulommiers (A-58), France 25Feb45. 
					Damaged in collision with C-47A ? 42-92093 taxying at Pilsen (R-89), 
					Czechoslovakia 22May45. Czechoslovak Air Force 3Jul46; fate not known.
				15253 (MSN 19719) Delivered to USAAF 25Feb44. Eighth Air Force 13Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					14Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44
					To RFC 25Sep45. 19 Sqn RAAF (NEIAF) as DT-974 flown with Australian radio c/s VHRCP  
					Reserialled as T-474Jul47.  To PK-RCP of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV US 01Oct47.  
					To PK-GDE 1956. In mid-air collision with PK-GDU 01Jan66 over S Sumatra at Palembang, Indonesia.
					17 killed on each aircraft. 
				15254 (MSN 19720)  Delivered to USAAF 25Feb44. Eighth Air Force 11Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 12Apr44. 43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 
					6Jun44. Fatal crash five miles SSW of Cheddington, Buckinghamshire 4Mar45. Salvaged 5Mar45.
				15255 (MSN 19721) delivered to USAAF on Feb 25, 1944 and assigned to the U.S. 9th AF on Apr 14, 1944. Went to the 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation Sep 25, 1945, and on Aug 12, 1946 it was registered as NC21919 with 
					Miami Airlines.  At this time the plane was converted to DC-3C-S1C3G standards.  On Mar 22, 1947 it was further 
					converted to DC-3C standard.  On Apr 27, 1952 the plane was flown to Remmert-Werner, Inc in St. Louis for 
					engine conversion to more powerful R-1830-94. The aircraft was then registered as CF-ICU on Apr 22, 1955, with 
					Arctic Wings of Ottawa.  Over the next few years it changed hands at least three times, and on an unknown 
					date it was exported to Israel.  In June 1967 it was ferried from Tel Aviv to Cambridge, England. Delivered 
					to Englert Aviation Enterprises as N19721 on Mar 27, 1969, and by August it was with Williams Bros. of 
					Tulsa, OK. With more changes of hands, and even a lease in 1976 to Federal Express, the plane was placed 
					in storage in Springfield, MO in June 1987. The aircraft was seen in June 2010 at the Vintage Flying 
					Museum, Ft. Worth, TX, with no wings or tail pieces 
				15256 (MSN 19722) Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44. Eighth Air Force 27Apr44. Ninth Air Force 28Apr44. 
					315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 
					6Jun44. Ferried to Boreham (Station 161). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; shot down by enemy ground 
					fire and crashed near Wesel. Condemned 24Mar45.  MACR 13385
				15257 (MSN 19723) Delivered to USAAF 25Feb44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 16Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Ferried to Boreham (Station 161). Transported men and 
					materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; shot down by enemy ground fire and crashed near Wesel. Condemned 24Mar45.
				15258 (MSN 19724) Delivered to USAAF 28Feb44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					16Apr44. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44
					To Turkish AF as 6060.  Crashed during night approach during bad weather at Etimesgut/Ankara 
					Nov 6, 1965.
				15259 (MSN 19725) Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic/African route. Marrakech, French Morocco to Mona, Isle of Man 10/11Apr44. 
					Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth Air Force 16Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					To Colombia as C-169.  To TACA de Colombia as C-204.
					Ditched off Santay Island Jan 22, 1947 when no 1 engine caught fire.
				15260 (MSN 19726) Delivered to USAAF 28Feb44. Eighth Air Force 26Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 31May44. 48th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 
					6Jun44; battle damaged by enemy ground fire. Salvaged 24Jan46.
				15261 (MSN 19727) to USAAF 28Feb44.  8th AF? no card.  USAF C-47A Sep54.   "3-15261" AFNG 1959  
					"0-15261".  To MASDC  Jul 7, 1970, excess  9 Sep 1970
				15262 (MSN 19728) to USAAF 29Feb44.  8th AF 16Apr44.  9th AF  8th AF  w/o 6 Nov 1944 reportedly w/o
				15263 (MSN 19729) to USAAF 29Feb44.  8th AF 22Apr44.  9th AF 23Apr44.   Munich 01Jan48.   FLC Turkey 11Dec48  
					To Turkish AF as 6045, coded CBK-45.
				15264 (MSN 19730) Delivered to USAAF Feb44. 78th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Transported paratroopers of the 
					3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Damaged in collision with parked 
					C-47A ? 43-48959 while taxying at Welford 14Feb45
					To Chile AF as 970 and With Fuerza Aérea de Chile as FAC-970 
					which crashed at Colina killing all ten people on board on July 3, 1975. .
				15265 (MSN 19731) Delivered to USAAF 1Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 28Apr44. 36th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 505th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a drop 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Returned to US 23Jul45. To RFC 30Oct45. NC79021 Pioneer Airlines Inc "James Bowie" L Oct46  
					43-15265 USAF C-1l7C 01Mar52, then to VC-117C.  N1800U Ohion Univ-Rr NI840U Sep69  
					Florence Darlington Tech Edn Center, Florence, SC R15Jan70.  Noted in
					scrapyard at Florence, SC Apr 1994, but yard cleared late 2004 or early 2005.
				15266 (MSN 19732) Delivered to USAAF 1Mar44. Eighth Air Force 13Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 14Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near S*ainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Ferried to Boreham (Station 161). Transported 
					men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; shot down by enemy ground fire and crashed near Wesel. 
					Condemned 24Mar45.  MACR 13430
				15267 (MSN 19733) to USAAF 01Mar44. US OR US 8th AF?  no card.  Attached to 1402 AAFBU Bovingdon, UK 
					(Station 112).  On Mar 6, 1945 damaged while parked when struck by a taxying RAF Halifax, MZ771.
				15268 (MSN 19734) to USAAF 01Mar44. US OR US 8th AF?  no card.  To Philippine AF 1975
				15269 (MSN 19735) to USAAF 28Feb44. 8th AF?  W/o Jul 23, 1944 at Sedalia AB, Missouri
				15270 (MSN 19736) delivered to USAAF Mar44; 805th Base Unit, George, Lawrenceville IL; damaged while 
					parked by C-47A 43-15985 taxying at Bradley, CT 28Jul45; designated VC-47A; designated SC-47A; 
					4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron (Jungle Jim), Eglin, FL (1961); MASDC, Davis-Monthan, AZ 
					13Oct61; re-designated HC-47D 22Oct62; reclaimed 23Dec63 
				15271 (MSN 19737) to USAAF 01Mar44.   US.  To RFC 26Jun46.  NC73508 Remmert Werner 1946  
					Monsanto Chemical Co, St Louis, MO.   Reregistered N2005 1953.  Riley Aeron Corp  S Johnston, 
					Scottsdale, AZ US 1963.  J K Sills, Alexandria, VA US 1964.  Thunderbird Airways Inc,  Medford, NJ 1965.
					CF-WCO Millardair Ltd, Malton, Ont 25Sep67.    N9061H  Caribbean Fit Service Inc, 
					Ft Lauderdale, FL US R19Mar79.  Current 2011 
				15272 (MSN 19738) to USAAF 01Mar44 US? no card.  USAF " 0-15272" 1966.  To civil registry FMS to 
					Philippines HHP RPC758.  To HHP 315272.  WFU
				15273 (MSN 19739) to USAAF 01Mar44 US? no card
				15274 (MSN 19740) to USAAF 01Mar44 US? no card.  USAF.  Air University.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970.
					Scrapped Aug 6, 1976
				15275 (MSN 19741)  to USAAF 01Mar44 US? no card.  N842M Lee County Health Unit, Ft Myers, FL US 1967  
					Collier Mosquito Control Dist, Naples, FL US R15Nov77.  N842MB reregistered Jun78   
					DBR Mar 15, 2001 with Jim Hankins Air Service when made emergency landing 
					at Donalsonville, Georgia after starboard engine caught fire and separated from aircraft.  No injuries.
					Since Aug 2005, remains were at Warner Robins Museum.
				15276 (MSN 19742) to USAAF 01Mar44 US?  no card.   USAF " 0-15276".  To Davis Monthan Sep67   
					N87606 Aero American Corp 1975.   Tri-9 Corp, San Diego, CA R05Feb75.  Current 2011  
				15277 (MSN 19743) to USAAF 01Mar44 US OR US 8th AF? no card.  USAF "0-315277" SC-47A 64 ARS E Kirby 1955  
					"0-15277" 7100 Sup Sq Wiesbaden.  W/o May 19, 1961 in crash near Wiesbaden, West Germany.  2 killed.
				15278 (MSN 19744) to USAAF 01Mar44 US OR US 8th AF? no card  USAF 1954.  W/o Nov 21, 1962
				15279 (MSN 19745) to USAAF 02Mar44  US.  SOC 11Aug48
				15280 (MSN 19746) to USAAF 01Mar44 US OR US 8th AF? no card
				15281 (MSN 19747) to USAAF 01Mar44 US  OR US 8th AF?  w/o Apr 7, 1944 at Fayetteville-Pope AB, 
					North Carolina.  Also reported USAF sold Davis Monthan 20Aug61.  N87628 Aero American Corp, Tucson, AZ US 1967
					Cyril Assocs R15Apr75.   N Cay Airways L WFU 1976.  Derelict San Juan, PR Mar80 
				15282 (MSN 19748) to USAAF 01Mar44  US.  Scrapped Nov49 
				15283 (MSN 19749) to USAAF 01Mar44 US OR US 8th AF?  no card.  USAF " 0-315283" Burbank Dec58  
					To Peruvian AF as FAP-367. W/o San Ramon, Peru Jun 04, 1966.
				15284 (MSN 19750) to USAAF 01Mar44 US OR US 8th AF? no card.  To Chile AF as 960 Nov 3, 1953.  
				 	USAF "0-15284" 7030 Ops Sq Landstuhl 1955.  Sold 20Aug61.  N86447 Charlotte Airmotive Inc  .  
					To Spanish AF as T.3-44 Feb 13, 1962
				15285 (MSN 19751) to USAAF 02Mar44.  US 21Mar44. To RFC 16Nov45.  NC62574  N7L Delhi Oil Corp, TX US 1953   
					Delhi Taylor Oil Corp, Addison, TX US "Flying Ginny" 1963.  Murchison Bros, Addison, TX US Dec66 
					To Eastco Air Associates registered as N7L (expired Sep 30, 2012).
				15286 (MSN 19752) to USAAF 02Mar44  US 21Mar44.  W/o in taxi accident at Fort Benning-Lawson AAF, Georgia
					Oct 3, 1946
				15287 (MSN 19753) to USAAF 02Mar44 US OR US 8th AF? no card.  To Imperial Iranian AF Nov 8, 1962.  
					Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group.
				15288 (MSN 19754) to USAAF 01Mar44. US OR US 8th AF? no card.  Became N161, then 60S-AAA, then 6OS-AAA 
					with Somali Airlines May 22, 1964, reregistered 60-SAA Oct 1970, then N920 ATC Inc Reno Nevada (MIARCO) 
					Jan 1981.  Then SU-BFY.  Registration EI-BSJ reserved Jul 1968 but
					NTU, became PH-DDZ instead in Feb 1999.  Airworthy with Dutch Dakota Association as PH-DDZ
				15289 (MSN 19755) to USAAF 01Mar44 US OR US 8th AF?  no card.  USAF " 0-15289"  "0-315289" 
					To Portuguese AF as FAP 6157 in 1961.  Preserved at Museuo do Ar at Sintra Air Base, Portugal
				15290 (MSN 19756) to USAAF 01Mar44. US OR US 8th AF?  no card.  To MASDC Apr 24, 1970, excess 4 May 1970 
				15291 (MSN 19757) to USAAF 03Mar44.  8th AF 16Apr44.  9th AF 16Apr44.  To RFC 31Oct45. 
					NC57654. C-1003 Agencia Interamericana DE US Aviada AIDA.   HK-1003 Afripesca   
					Carmas Supply Corp.   PP-VCS Varig B15Oct52  R21Jan53.  Crashed Porto Alegra Airport Porto 
					Alegra, Brasil 18Oct57.  During the takeoff roll, the airplane started to skid and deviated 
					from the centerline to the right. Incorrect use of flying controls during the takeoff roll. 
					Possible failure of left engine. Turbulent conditions close to ground.  Crew of 2 killed.
				15292 (MSN 19758) Delivered to USAAF 3Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 16Apr44. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron [W7*B; Nose #21], 316th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Damaged
					by ground fire [1WIA]. Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 319th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44.  Returned to US 25Sep45.  To RFC 03Oct45 
					To civil registry  to C-69  Colombia.  To Colombia as C-308.  To Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia
					(Avianca) as HK-308.  W/o Aug 9, 1956
				15293 (MSN 19759)Delivered to USAAF 3Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 22Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Returned to US 23Sep45. To RFC 05Nov45
  					Became NC50312.  To VP-GAF of British Guiana Airways Ltd. Dec 27, 1950.  To Beach Airways Ltd 
					8R-GAF 1967.  To 9Y-TDY.  WFU
				15294 (MSN 19760) Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44. Eighth Air Force 26Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 31May44. 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 and a resupply flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 94th Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Châteaudun (A-39), France. Damaged in mid-air collision with C-47A 
					? 42-100640 at Châteaudun 25Feb45. Towed two gliders transporting men and materials 
					for the 17th Airborne Division to a landing zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 
					24Mar45; shot down by flak and crashed at Riswickhof, Germany. Also listed as being in midair
					collision woth C-47A 42-100640 at Chateauden Field, France Feb 25, 1945.
				15295 (MSN 19761) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 37th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 
					3rd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment and the 456th Parachute Field Artillery 
					Battalion to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. 
					Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and materials for the 319th Glider Infantry 
					Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44.  W/o Oct 15, 1958 Okarben, near Friedberg, West Germany
				15296 (MSN 19762) Delivered to USAAF 3Mar44. Eighth Air Force 13Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 16Apr44. 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Greenham Common (Station 486). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 
					Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three 
					miles northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.  Salvaged May 23, 1946
				15297 (MSN 19763) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 435th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Welford (Station 474). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 501st 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44. USAF "0-15297".  SC-47D to HC-4D Sep 18, 1962.  To MASDC 1962 to Jan 1965.
				15298 (MSN 19764) Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44. Eighth Air Force 16Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 16Apr44. 89th Troop Carrier Squadron, 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Greenham Common (Station 486). On 18Jul44 the aircraft departed Greenham Common 
					to take part in Operation 'Dragoon' - the invasion of southern France 15Aug44. Crashed 
					just as it becomes airborne departing RAF North Front, Gibraltar en route to Canino, Italy 
					20Jul44 [4 crew KIA: 4 passengers RTD].
				15299 (MSN 19765) to USAAF 03Mar44.  8th AF? card missing.  W/o in crash 40 mi WNW of Anchorage 
					(Mt Susitana) Sep 12, 1950.  5 killed.
				15300 (MSN 19766) to USAAF 04Mar44.  8th AF 14Apr44.  9th AF 16Apr44.  Returned to US 28Sep45  
					To RFC 28Sep45.  To NC41657.  N58091.  XA-GIA Aero Tptes SAN1478V.  N6696C  
				15301 (MSN 19767) to USAAF 03Mar44. 8th AF 16Apr44.  9th AF 16Apr44.  Returned to US 08Aug45. Scrapped 01Jul49  
				15302 (MSN 19768) Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44. Eighth Air Force 15Apr44. 437th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Detroit’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 101st Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone north of Son, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. With the 
					left engine on fire, the glider cut loose. The aircraft’s left wing buckled, stalled, 
					crashed and exploded on the Wagenbroeken, near Casteren, west of Eindhoven, Netherlands [4KIA].
					MACR 9904
				15303 (MSN 19769) to USAAF 04Mar44.  US.  W/o May 22, 1944 at Louisville-Bowman Field, Kentucky.  4 killed.
				15304 (MSN 19770) Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44. Eighth Air Force Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 13May44. Headquarters Squadron, Ninth Troop Carrier Command, 
					Eastcote (Station 456). Damaged taxying at North Witham (Station 479) 5Nov44.
					Returned to US 19Jul45. To RFC 26Oct45.  NC88775.  XA-FUC Redas Aerea Mexicana.   CU-T-4 Aerovias Q SA   
					Rr CU-C-4.  N1826M Charter A/W Inc 17Feb50.   Reed Roller ButCO US  Rr N50R  
					Continental Coffee Co, Chicago, IL.   N770HB  Hubbard Broadcasting Co, St Paul, MN Oct67  
					Zollner Corp, Ft Wayne, IN Oct69.  Reregistered N123D Dec69 
					Context Development Co, Miami , FL US D15Jun78  R03Jul78   Reregistered N47WG Apr82  
					Golden Isles Air Inc, Ft Lauderdale, FL US B25Jun82.
				15305 (MSN 19771) Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 16Apr44. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 
					504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. TDY to 
					Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 9th Parachute Battalion 
					paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile 
					northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					Neth/Belgium.  FLC  Denmark 14Apr47.  OY-DDY DDL "Trym Viking" D11Apr47.   SAS 01Aug48 
					LN-LMR DNL R21May52.   Fred Olsen 21May52 L.   To Swedish AF as Lw 79004 16Oct52   
					7th Wing "74"  1978  "794"  1980 WFU.  13Mar81 at Halmslett Transport Aeriens Zaire   
					To Transport Aerien Zaire as 9Q-CYE 22Apr84.  WFU 
				15306 (MSN 19772) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 438th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Greenham Common (Station 486). Transported paratroopers of the 
					502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Prosnes (A-79), 
					Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 
					17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three miles 
					northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.   C-47E (R.2000-4) 
					Sold Davis Monthan 20Aug61.  N87646 Aero American Corp 1963.  Aero American Aircraft Parts R10Jan74 
					fuselage Ryan Fld, Tucson, AZ US Sep75 to Jan80.  current 2011 
				15307 (MSN 19773) Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Atlantic/African route. Force landed in Portugal 12Apr44. Interned.
					To Aeronautical Militar as D-1, then
					to Government of Portugal as CS-EDA, back to Aeronautica
					Militar as D250.  In Apr 12, 1944 to Forca Aerea Portuguesa
					as FAP 6150.  W/o when crashed in Tejo River,
					Portugal (Himba Exercise) Apr 12, 1959.
				15308 (MSN 19774) Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 23Apr44. 34th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 
					17Sep44. Damaged by flak over the island of Schouwen, Zeeland, Netherlands which 
					injured several paratroopers and set the aircraft on fire. The pilot held the plane steady 
					over the DZ while the paratroopers jumped.  The aircraft crashed in a flooded area near 
					Heijningen, North Brabant, Netherlands [3KIA:14POW].   MACR 10036
				15309 (MSN 19775) Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 25Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 25Apr44. 15th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). Transported supplies for the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the British 1st Parachute 
					Brigade to a drop zone near Renkum, west of Arnhem, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 
					17Sep44. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a 
					pathfinder; also fitted with Gee equipment. The aircraft was used by the 15th TCS for trial 
					installations for improvements to the radar and Gee equipment. Damaged landing with 
					a blown tire at Achiet (B-54), France 4Mar45. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. 
					Ferried to Chipping Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 
					6th Airborne Division to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; 
					returned to Abbeville.  Returned to US 20Jul45.  To Brasilian AF as FABr 2039 10Dec46 St Campo dos Afonsos   
					PT-KZV J A Simioni B 14May79.  Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO  Taxi Aereo) 05May80  
					To Opa Locka, FL US Sep80.  A Bovadilla, San Diego, Chile 16Oct80.  PT-KZV active at Manaus Aug83  
				15310 (MSN 19776) Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 23Apr44. 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Returned to US 25Sep45.  To RFC 25Sep45. To American Airlines Nov 2, 1945 as N88826 'Flagship Tulsa'. 
					W/o Aug 25, 1946 Ashland, MS while on training flight.  2 killed.
				15311 (MSN 19777) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 
					82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Detroit’, 6Jun44 and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44.
					Converted to HC-47A Sep 18, 1962.  To MASDC 1965  For sale Jan 26, 1965.
				15312 (MSN 19778) Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44. Eighth Air Force 26Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 21May44. 59th Troop Carrier Squadron [X5*Q], 61st Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd 
					Battalion, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 302nd Service Squadron 6Jun44 for 
					battle damage repairs, completed 8Jun44 and returned to 59th TCS. The aircraft 
					received major damage to its left wing and a possible sprung landing gear when 
					it ground looped in a takeoff accident at Barkston Heath 14Sep44. 78th Service Squadron 
					15Sep44 for repair. Drucat (B-92), Abbeville, France 13Mar45. Ferried to Chipping 
					Ongar (Station 162). Transported men and materials of the British 6th Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone at Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45; returned to Abbeville.
					Returned to US 25Sep45.  To RFC 31Oct45. NC54099 Pan American Import-ExportCO US   
					International Airlines 1946.  E Anthony & Sons Inc.  Mass Air Inc, New Bedford, MA  
					Southern Cross Equipment.   PP-SQO V ASP 17 Aug51 Proj Rondon- Rr PT-KUD 1976  
					RICO B03Jan80.  Panama Inti Ronte SA.  Air Americas Inc, McLean, VA US R07Mar83
					Registered N301AK May83. current 2011 
				15313 (MSN 19779) Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force Apr44. 437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). 
					Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a 
					landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Detroit’, 6Jun44 
					and Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44.  Returned to US 25Jul45.  To RFC 31Oct45  
					Empresa DE US Transportes Aerovias Brasil SA 07Oct46 TI-102 TACA .  PP-AVR Empresa de Dransportes
					Aerovias Brasil "Santa Catarina" R07Oct46.   Suppliers Inc.   HC-ACL AREA crashed 10Apr58 
					Chugchilan range, at Mt. Illiniza, Ecuador.  All 32 onboard killed. 				
				15314 (MSN 19780) Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 2May44. Ninth Air 
					Force 2May44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Oberpfaff 01Jan48.  FLC Denmark 05Feb48  
				15315 (MSN 19781) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd 
					Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Missions ‘Detroit’ and ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.  USAF "0-315315" 1958.
					Military Assistance Program [MAP]. United Nations Operation in the Congo (UNOC) Mar61 as 218. 
					3 Squadron, UN Air Transport Force, N’Dolo Airport, Léopoldville, Republic of Congo. WFU at N’Djili, Léopoldville Jun6
				15316 (MSN 19782) to USAAF 06Mar44. 8th AF? no card
				15317 (MSN 19783) Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 25Apr44. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*R; Nose #58], 316th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. TDY to 
					Wethersfield (Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion 
					paratroopers to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest 
					of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. Returned to US 28Sep45  
					To RFC 29Oct45. To NC16815.  To YV-C-AMH 11Feb49.  To Aerotecnica SA  YV-C-GAP  
					To YV-112C 1975.  To YV-215C WFU Nov83 
					Appears in the movie *A Bridge Too Far* - scenes (airfield in Britain) where Allied airborne troops 
					are boarding C-47's for the flight to the Netherlands, September 1944.
				15318 (MSN 19784) Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 16Apr44. 81st Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth 
					Air Force, Membury (Station 466). Transported paratroopers of the 1st Battalion, 502nd 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, 
					Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Melun/Villaroche (A-55), France 26Feb45. 
					Damaged in collision with parked C-47A ? 42-100547 while taxying at Melun 21Apr45. 
					301st Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, United States Air Forces in 
					Europe (USAFE). Damaged when force landed with mechanical failure one mile SW of 
					Chattillon, Belgium 11Feb46. Salvaged 30Apr46.
				15319 (MSN 19785) Delivered to USAAF 8Mar44. Eighth Air Force 1May44. Ninth Air 
					Force 1May44. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic/African route. Anfa Field, Casablanca, 
					French Morocco to St Mawgan, Newquay, Cornwall 5/6Apr44. 439th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Upottery (Station 462). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					506th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  FLC to Netherlands Jul 14, 1945.
 					To NEIAF as NL-205.  To KLM Feb 27, 1946 as PH-TBZ.  To French civil registry as F-OAIU Air Cameroun
					Jan 26, 1954.  To Spanish civil registry as EC-ALC Iberia Dec 1955.  To US civil registry as N62266
					May 1974. To Philippine civil registry as RP-C149 Sep 1974
				15320 (MSN 19786) Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 31May44. 87th Troop Carrier Squadron, 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Greenham Common (Station 486). Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Crashed landing at 
					Gelnhausen (Y-67), Germany 6Apr45. Salvaged 10Apr45.
  				15321 (MSN 19787) to USAAF 07Mar44.  8th AF 14Apr44.  9th AF 16Apr44.  To RFC 23Sep45  
				15322 (MSN 19788) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 27Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 28Apr44. Pathfinder School, Ninth Air Force Troop Carrier Command, North 
					Witham (Station 479). Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as 
					a pathfinder. Transported Pathfinder paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					at Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 2nd Pathfinder Squadron, 
					Ninth Air Force Troop Carrier Pathfinder Group, Chalgrove (Station 465). Transported supplies 
					for the 101st Airborne Division on Operation ‘Kangaroo’ to a drop zone at Bastogne, Belgium 
					during the Ardennes offensive 23Dec44 .  Made belly landing near Bastogne, Belgium Dec 23, 1944 in the woods 
					of the village of Mellier (20 miles SSE of Bastogne), on its 
					way (or on the return ) to/from a re-supply mission to the besieged troops 
					of the 101st Airborne division at Bastogne.  At least one of the crew members 
					was wounded...and just after the landing these men thought they were in enemy 
					held territory so they fled in the woods but were brought back by the local 
					Belgian police, who escorted them to the nearest US outpost.
				15323 (MSN 19789) Delivered to USAAF 8Mar44. Eighth Air Force 12May44. Ninth Air 
					Force 13May44. 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Folkingham (Station 484). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44 and a resupply flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 94th Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Châteaudun (A-39), France. Etain (A-82),Verdun, France Apr45. Crashed on 
					takeoff at Ergolding (R-73), Germany 8May45 [1KIA:1INJ]. The aircraft was part of a mission 
					by the 94th TCS of twelve aircraft delivering gasoline to Cham (R-64), Germany. The squadron 
					then flew to Ergolding to collect British POWs. The airstrip at Ergolding was only a grass 
					runway with aircraft of the 91st TCS and 94th TCS parked on either side. This plane hit a rut 
					during takeoff which threw the aircraft to the 91st TCS side of the runway; before the pilot could 
					regain control, a wing was striking several parked C-47s. After causing damage to four aircraft 
					this aircraft hit another C-47, shearing off the nose of this aircraft and causing both to catch fire. 
					The co-pilot was killed and the pilot was pulled from the sheared nose with his clothes alight; 
					the remaining crew members and the British POWs escaped without serious injury. Four aircraft 
					were written off [43-15323, 42-100818, 43-13351 and 43-48809] and two were repairable 
					[43-15075 and 43-15159]. Salvaged 9May45.
				15324 (MSN 19790) Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44. Eighth Air Force 5May44. Ninth Air
					Force 6May44. 44th Troop Carrier Squadron [6E*D; Nose #44], 316th Troop Carrier 
					Group, Ninth Air Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France 
					on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 
					on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Hit by flak damaging the right engine, emptying the wing reserve 
					fuel tanks and puncturing the fuselage more than 200 times. The aircraft was coaxed back 
					to a safe landing at the emergency airfield at Warmwell (Station 454), Dorset [1WIA]. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, Netherlands on 
					Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Groesbeek, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’, 18Sep44. Towed a Waco CG-4A glider transporting men and 
					materials for the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a landing 
					zone near Grave, Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 23Sep44. TDY to Wethersfield 
					(Station 170) 21Mar45. Transported British 13th Parachute Battalion paratroopers 
					to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, 
					Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.  To civil registry as NC66162 C. N. Shelton, next to Aerolineas
					Argentinas as LV-AFW.  W/o May 15, 1959 when it crashed after
					takeoff from Aeroparque Camet, Mar del Plata, AR. 10 killed.
				15325 (MSN 19791) to USAAF 09Mar44 8th AF?  no card.  USAF.  To Philippine AF as HHP 3-15325  
				15326 (MSN 19792) Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 1May44. Ninth Air 
					Force 2May44. 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry 			
					Regiment to a drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					Returned to US 05Aug45.  To RFC 26Oct45  
					To PP-AVS of Empresa de Transportes
					Aerovias Brasil S.A Sep 26, 1946.  REQL 1964.  Ferried to USA as N9308R Nov 1959
					for refurbishing.  Remmert Werner Nov59   Air Inti, Miami, FL US 1959.  To Royal Nepal Airlines 
					Corp as 9N-AAD in 1959.  Crashed on takeoff and caught fire at Bhairawa Airport
					Nov 5, 1960.  4 crew killed.
				15327 (MSN 19793) Delivered to USAAF 8Mar44. Eighth Air Force 6May44. Ninth 
					Air Force 7May44. 53rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Barkston Heath (Station 483). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 
					507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Crashed after it collided in mid-air with another 
					C-47 over the North Sea east of Frinton-on-Sea, Essex 3Dec44 [5MIA]; the other aircraft 
					was not damaged. Condemned 3Dec44.   Repaired.  WFU 
					Another report has it to LV-NQU, FAA T-67.Tr, TC-04 with Argentine AF.
				15328 (MSN 19794) Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 9May44. Ninth 
					Air Force 25May44. 1st Pathfinder Group (Provisional), Ninth Air Force, Chartres (A-40), France. 
					Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. 
					Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division 
					to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, 
					Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. 2nd Pathfinder Squadron, Ninth Air Force Troop 
					Carrier Pathfinder Group, Chartres (A-40), France. Damaged landing at Gablingen (R-77), 
					Germany 16May45. Salvaged 7Jun45.
				15329 (MSN 19795) Delivered to USAAF 8Mar44. Eighth Air Force 26Apr44. 
					Ninth Air Force 27Apr44. 1st Pathfinder Group (Provisional), Ninth Air Force, 
					Chartres (A-40), France. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and radar equipment 
					for use as a pathfinder. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, 
					three miles northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.  FLC Feb 14, 1946.
					To NEIAF as X-1 II.  Became PH-TBV, then F-OAEL RColin 24Nov49  t/a Air Outre Me  CATC.  To
					D-CADI of Lufthansa May 31, 1955.  Mr Fischer-Ml!lller, Copenhagen 05Dec60.
					To Finnish AF Dec 1960 as DO-5 and current with fuselage as instructinal
					airframe used as static paratroop trainer.  Fuselage of DO-5 delivered to the 
					Keski-Suomen Ilmailumuseo at Tikkakoski on November 15, 2018. 
				15330 (MSN 19796) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. Pathfinder School, Ninth Air Force Troop 
					Carrier Command, North Witham (Station 479). Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation 
					and radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. Transported Pathfinder paratroopers of the 
					101st Airborne Division to a drop zone at Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Damaged when force landed in bad weather at Brayford, near 
					Barnstaple, Devon 22Aug44. 1st Pathfinder Group (Provisional), Ninth Air Force, 
					Chartres (A-40), France. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three 
					miles northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
					To TC-15 with Argentine AF and W/o Jun 1, 1977.
				15331 (MSN 19797) to USAAF 08Mar44. 8th AF? no card.  At Museum of Transportation, St Louis, MO
				15332 (MSN 19798) to USAAF 08Mar44. 8th AF 20Mar44.  9th AF 18Apr44.  8th AF.  W/o in takeoff 
					accident Aug 9, 1944 at Welford, UK
				15333 (MSN 19799) Delivered to USAAF 10Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 25Apr44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported 
					paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Returned to US 14Jul45.  To RFC 01Oct45.  To FBAXP SGACC  Air France Dec46   
					SFA Jan68.  Rousseau Aviation May69.  scrapped Dinard Nov68
				15334 (MSN 19800) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 25Apr44. 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air 
					Force, Cottesmore (Station 489). Transported paratroopers of the 2nd Battalion, 
					505th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry 
					Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. Transported paratroopers of the 504th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Overasselt, SW of Nijmegen, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’, 17Sep44.
					To RFC 24Sep45.  To NC55115 Parks Airlines " City of Rockford".   Ozark Airlines 1953  
					N130D Rr McDonnell Douglas Dec69.  GRR Investment Corp, Waterloo, IL 1970.   
					Airfreight Inc, Jackson, MI US 1973.  Airlines Aviation Academy, Griffin, GA US 
					tla Academy Airlines 20Feb74.   Federal Express leased May76 
				15335 (MSN 19801) Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					23Apr44. 59th Troop Carrier Squadron [X5*M], 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Barkston Heath (Station 483). Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 507th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 
					6Jun44. Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile 
					NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. The pilot followed his flight 
					leader through clouds after the take-off but found formation flying difficult in the poor visibilty, 
					so struck out on his own. He reached the Îles Saint-Marcouf uninhabited island off the coast of 
					Normandy and turned in towards the DZ. Just inside the beach he ran into fire from the ground. 
					He passed over a house and every window belched bullets. The plane was hit and one engine’s oil 
					pressure dropped to zero. Over the next house he placed the plane into a side skid, and the Germans, 
					thinking he was turning, poured a stream of fire just ahead of the plane’s nose. He repeated this 
					maneuver a couple of times, reached the DZ and dropped his para-bundles. On the way out he
					cut the pressureless engine but found that he could not feather the propeller for lack of oil 
					pressure. The windmilling propeller set up a vibration and cut the speed to less than ninety MPH. 
					The plane was about on the deck and would not pick up altitude. Finally he was forced to ditch 
					about ten miles north off Point de Barfleur, France. In the ditching the radio operator was injured 
					about the head. He died in the dinghy after leaving the plane. The dinghy had been punctured by 
					bullets and became awash and the other occupant was unable to keep the body aboard. Other 
					crew members got into another dinghy but the wind prevented them from reaching the other dinghy. 
					They drifted closer and closer toward Barfleur, occupied by Germans, but after four hours were picked 
					up by a rescue launch [1KIA]. Condemned 7Jun44.
				15336 (MSN 19802) Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. 438th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern 
					edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.
 					Returned to US 09Aug45.  To RFC 26Oct45.  NC53219 Viking Airlines.   XA-HUF Aerovias Reforma SA E28Sep49  
					Aerolineas Mexicanas SA.  Aeronaves de Mexico 1954 
				15337 (MSN 19803) to USAAF 15Mar44.  Delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-Lease Apr 4, 1944.  Crashed shortly after takeoff from Dinjan May 9, 1945.  
					Two occupants killed.
				15338 (MSN 19804) to USAAF 15Mar44.  Delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-Lease Apr 2, 1944
				15339 (MSN 19805) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. Ninth 
					Air Force 25Apr44. 310th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop 
					zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Transported 
					Polish paratroopers of the 2nd Polish Parachute Brigade to a drop zone near Arnhem, 
					Netherlands on Operation ‘Market’ 21Sep44. Hit by flak just before the drop zone at Driel, 
					injuring the pilot and damaging the left engine. The aircraft continued to be hit by enemy 
					ground fire over the drop zone, damaging the elevator and aileron controls. With the 
					paratroopers gone, the crew was ordered to bail out. Before he could jump, the pilot’s 
					parachute was hit and exploded, just as the nose of the aircraft was hit blowing it apart. 
					The pilot was blown out by the explosion without a parachute and landed in a river. 
					Wounded and taken POW, the pilot succeeded in escaping a couple of times, ultimately 
					making contact with a Russian patrol early 1945. Plane crashed at Slijk-Ewijk near Valburg, 
					Netherlands.  MACR 10026.  Aircraft condemned 22Sep44
				15340 (MSN 19806)Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 26Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					31May44. 14th Troop Carrier Squadron, 61st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Barkston 
					Heath (Station 483). Transported supplies for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a 
					drop zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44. 
					The aircraft had received enemy ground fire going into the DZ and out of it. The latter had 
					been a rather severe burst and the crew found after they were out over the English Channel
					that it would be necessary to ditch the aircraft. The ditching was done very well and all of 
					them had plenty of time to leave the plane through the rear door, all but the co-pilot who 
					chose to go out onto the wing through the escape hatch above the cockpit. The crew chief 
					and the Quartermaster got into one dinghy, the pilot and radio operator, into the second. 
					They tried to float a third dinghy to the co-pilot who was standing on the wing. The dinghy 
					fell short and the co-pilot, who by this time had inflated his Mae West, jumped for it. 
					He managed to grasp it but as he did so, a trick current sucked him under the very wing 
					from which had jumped a few moments ago. The wing, bobbing up and down, struck him 
					several times upon the head. He lost his grip on the dinghy, began floating away, powerless, 
					unable to help himself. Two of the crew set out after him, rowing frantically. Both men rowed 
					for a full hour in a desperate, heartbreaking attempt to catch the co-pilot. At times they were 
					within ten yards of him. The Channel currents were strong and treacherous and would not allow 
					a rescue. Finally it was hopeless; they gave up. The remaining crew members were all picked 
					up some three hours later by a RAF Air-Sea Rescue launch [1KIA]. Aircraft condemned 7Jun44.
				15341 (MSN 19807) Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44. Eighth Air Force 27Apr44. Ninth Air Force 
					31Apr44. 309th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Spanhoe (Station 493). Participating in training exercise ‘Burden’ to drop Polish paratroopers, 
					the aircraft took off in tandem with C-47 ? 42-108873. Shortly after takeoff, the wing man 
					got too close and jammed his wing tip in the lead’s open door. Both aircraft took evasive 
					action but suffered engine failures and crashed from 200ft five miles NE of Spanhoe at Tinwell, 
					near Stamford 8Jul44. The radio operator from this aircraft managed to bail out; the remaining 
					four crew members and 21 Polish paratroopers were killed [25KIS]. Salvaged 9Jul44.
				15342 (MSN 19808) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. 315th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). The aircraft was to transport 
					paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. Destroyed on the airfield at Spanhoe before take-off by the
					explosion of a grenade. Salvaged 10Jun44.-3 lost
				15343 (MSN 19809) to USAAF 11Mar44.  8th AF?  no card.  USAF VC-47A Sep54.  To N4696T Univ of Illinois, 
					Urbana, IL 1966.  Constructeurs Inga Shaba, Boise, ID US 1974.  9Q-CSL Zaire Govt 1979.   WFU
				15344 (MSN 19810) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne 
					Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Elmira’, 6Jun44.
					USAF "0-15344" 38 TMW 1964.   7th ACS 1966. stored Davis Monthan May72 
				15345 (MSN 19811) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. Ferried overseas via the North Atlantic. 
					Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 31Mar44. 29th 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 313th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Folkingham (Station 484). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop 
					zone one mile NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. A resupply 
					flight for the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment on Mission ‘Freeport’, 7Jun44 was aborted in bad weather.
					W/o in takeoff accident at Elmendorf AB, Alaska Sep 9, 1958. 13 killed.
				15346 (MSN 19812) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Spanhoe (Station 493). Transported paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone 
					near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.
					USAF 7531 ABS "0-315346".  Feb56  "0-15346" 1966.  Stored Davis Monthan  Dec69 to May72  
				15347 (MSN 19813) Delivered to USAAF 13Mar44. Eighth Air Force 20Apr44. 62nd Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported 
					paratroopers of the Headquarters, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone one mile 
					NW of Picauville, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44.  Oberpfaff 01Jan48. Salvaged 28Apr48
				15348 (MSN 19814) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 99th Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop 
					Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). Transported paratroopers of the 501st 
					Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.   USAF "0-315348" May58  "0-15348  
				15349 (MSN 19815) to USAAF 11Mar44. 8th AF? no card.  Struck off charge on Sep 2, 1965 under the 
					Military Aid Program
				15350 (MSN 19816) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. Ninth Air 
					Force 31May44. 74th Troop Carrier Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Aldermaston (Station 467); named ‘Big Dog’. Mourmelon-le-Grand (A-80), France Feb45. 
					Having landed at Bayreuth (R-26), Germany 24Apr45, the pilots of C-47 ? 43-15502 
					were going through the shutdown procedure when this aircraft landed and lost control 
					on a muddy runway, ground looping into the port engine and cockpit of #502, ejecting 
					the pilot who subsequently died from his wounds. Salvaged.
				15351 (MSN 19817) Delivered to USAAF 13Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. 
					91st Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Upottery 
					(Station 462); named ‘Eight Ball’. Transported paratroopers of the 506th Parachute 
					Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on 
					Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. 439th TCG relocated to Balderton (Station 482) 31Aug44, 
					back to Upottery 4Sep44. Juvincourt (A-68), France 9Sep44 then back to Balderton 11Sep44. 
					Lonray (A-45), France 28Sep44. Châteaudun (A-39) 4Nov44. Etain (A-82),Verdun, France Apr45. 
					The aircraft was part of a mission by the 91st TCS of sixteen aircraft delivering gasoline to 
					Cham (R-64), Germany 8May45. The squadron then flew to Ergolding (R-73), Germany to collect 
					British POWs. The airstrip at Ergolding was only a grass runway with aircraft of the 91st TCS 
					and 94th TCS parked on either side. C-47 ? 43-15323 of the 94th TCS hit a rut during takeoff 
					which threw the aircraft to the 91st TCS side of the runway; before the pilot could regain control, 
					a wing was striking several parked C-47s. After causing damage to four aircraft the aircraft hit 
					another C-47, shearing off the nose of 323 and causing both to catch fire. This aircraft was 
					written off. Salvaged May 15, 1945.  
				15352 (MSN 19818) to USAAF 13Mar44.  8th AF?  no card.   USAF "0-315352".  to Portuguese AF as FAP 6158 
					in 1961.  Later used as a crop sprayer, then in 1975 to Mozambique as FP501.  Destroyed at Tete Matunda
					Airport in Mozambique when strafed by a Rhodesian Hawker Hunter.
				15353 (MSN 19819) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 14Apr44. 
					301st Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Merryfield (Station 464). 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Saltby (Station 538). Transported paratroopers of the Headquarters 
					2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near Arnhem, Netherlands 
					on Operation ‘Market’ 17Sep44. 325th Troop Carrier Squadron, 1st Air Transport Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Ansbach (R-45), Germany. Damaged landing at RAF Hawkinge, Kent 31Oct45.
					W/o Aug 30, 1946 Furth landing ground, West Germany  (landing)
				15354 (MSN 19820) to USAAF 13Mar44. 8th AF 21Apr44.   9th AF 31Jul44.  MIA Sep 19, 1944 at Arnhem
				15355 (MSN 19821) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 26Apr44. 99th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464). 
					Transported paratroopers of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment to a drop zone near
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44. Towed a glider 
					transporting men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Hackensack’, 7Jun44.  Salvaged Jan 31, 1946
				15356 (MSN 19822) Delivered to USAAF Mar44. 437th Troop Carrier Group, 
					Ninth Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed a glider transporting men and materials 
					for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France on Mission ‘Galveston’, 7Jun44. Departed Ramsbury 25Feb45 to be based at 
					Coulommiers (A-58), France. Towed two Waco CG-4A gliders transporting men and 
					materials for the 17th Airborne Division to a landing zone at Wesel, Germany on 
					Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45.  To N91GC Grand Central Aircraft CO US Aug57.  
					Air Tpt Leasing Corp.   XB-POH Exportadora do Sol SA  Sep65 
				15357 (MSN 19823) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44. Eighth Air Force 22Apr44. 
					100th Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Merryfield (Station 464).
					W/o Feb 23, 1947 in takeoff accident at Kaufbeuren, West Germany
				15358 (MSN 19824) Delivered to USAAF 13Mar44. Eighth Air Force 25Apr44. 
					79th Troop Carrier Squadron [S6*T], 436th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, 
					Membury (Station 466); named ‘Baby’. Fitted with additional SCR-717 navigation and 
					radar equipment for use as a pathfinder. Transported paratroopers of the 101st Airborne 
					Division to a drop zone near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Albany’, 5/6Jun44.
					Salvaged Jan 28, 1946
				15359 (MSN 19825) Delivered to USAAF 13Mar44. Eighth Air Force 21Apr44. 442nd 
					Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Fulbeck (Station 488). Transported paratroopers 
					of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division to a drop zone near 
					Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Boston’ 6Jun44. 34th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Spanhoe (Station 493). Damaged 
					taxying at Spanhoe, UK 16Jun44.  Oberpfaff Jan 18, 1948.  FLC Turkey Apr 28, 1949.
				15360 (MSN 19826) to USAAF 13Mar44. Algiers Apr44.  12th AF Italy 11May44.  
					W/o Apr 18, 1945 near Ronda, Italy
				15361 (MSN 19827) to USAAF 14Mar44.  Algiers 16Apr44.  12th AF Italy 29Apr44.  8th AF 26Apr44  
					12th AF 20Dec44.  Returned to US 24Sep45. To RFC 24Sep45  
				15362 (MSN 19828) to USAAF 13Mar44.  Algiers Apr44. 12th AF Italy 30Apr44.  15th AF Bari Italy 
					W/o Jul 10, 1944 in takeoff accident at Brindisi, Italy.
				15363 (MSN 19829) to USAAF 13Mar44.  Algiers Apr44  12th AF Italy 03May44. To RFC 27Sep45    .  
					To PP-CCE "Tapira" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul Jan 10, 1946.  Broken up Rio de Janerio May 1969
				15364 (MSN 19830) to USAAF 13Mar44.  Algiers Apr44.  12th AF Italy 03May44.  Returned to US 25Sep45  
					To RFC 25Sep45.  NC1555V.  NCI511V Lee Mansdorf.  PP-XNN Transportes Aereos Nacionales 23Oct52   
					PT-ANX Emp Mineira DE US Produtos Alimentilos R08May53.   PP-ANO Transportes Aereos Nacionales Jan54  
					R14Jun54.  Crashed Sierra do Cipo mountain, Cipo Lange, near Itacuru, Mallo Grosso, Brasil 31May54
					due to navigational error.  All 19 onboard killed.   
				15365 (MSN 19831) to USAAF 15Mar44. 10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 27Apr44. Sold 23Jan45.   VT-AXX Maharajah of Mysore 19Mar46   
					Hindustan Aviation.   XY-ACK Airways Burma Ltd 1951.  To Burma AF as BuAF UBT-711   Rr 5711  
					To Nevada Airlines Inc, Las Vegas B29Apr78   N2270N R21Jul78.  current 2011  
				15366 (MSN 19832) to USAAF 14Mar44. 10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 30Apr44.   Chungking 12Sep44.  Karachi 04Nov44  
					W/o in ground loop May 13, 1945 at Ledo AB, India.
				15367 (MSN 19833) to USAAF 15Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 03May44.  Chungking  COAA 15Feb46 
				15368 (MSN 19834) to USAAF 15Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 28Apr44.  Chungking. WFU 01Aug46
				15369 (MSN 19835) to USAAF 15Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 28Apr44? no card.  To MASDC
				15370 (MSN 19836) to USAAF 15Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 27Apr44.  W/o Jan 7, 1945 over the Hump.  
					MACR 10909.
				15371 (MSN 19837) to USAAF 14Mar44. 10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 28Apr44. 
					Lost Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 5891, 8188.
				15372 (MSN 19838) to USAAF 15Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 01Jul44. Chungking.  To China 09Dec45
				15373 (MSN 19839) to USAAF 16Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 02May44. India China Wing ATC.  To China 16Sep46
				15374 (MSN 19840) to USAAF 15Mar44.  10th AF or India-China Wing ATC 28Apr44. Chungking 12Sep44 
					Accident 04Dec44, reportedly w/o
				15375 (MSN 19841) to USAAF 15Mar44.  Algiers 11Apr44.  12th AF Italy 20Apr44.  Neth/Belgium 
					Damaged 13 Sep 1946 Erding AAB, West Germany. Salvaged Sep 25, 1947
				15376 (MSN 19842) to USAAF 16Mar44.  Algiers 17Apr44.  12th AF  Neth/Belgium
					W/o Aug 9, 1946 when shot down over Slovenia by a Yak-3.
				15377 (MSN 19843) to USAAF 15Mar44.  Algiers 17Apr44.  Returned to US 14Sep45.  To RFC 19Oct45  
					To NC32624.  PP-ASA Tpte Carga Aerea SA.  Crashed Fazenda Boa Esperanca  
				15378 (MSN 19844)to USAAF 16Mar44  Algiers 17Apr44.  To RFC 26Sep45.  19 Sqn RAAF (NEIAF) as DT-979  
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHRCV. Reserialled as T-479 Jul47.  To PK-RCV 26Aug47 Garuda 
					Indonesian Airways 28Dec49.  To PK-GDK 07Aug56 PN Merpati Nusantara 22Nov69.  To PK-ZDI Zamrud 
					Aviation Aug70.  Derelict Denpasar Dec73 WFU and partly cannibalised Feb78  
				15379 (MSN 19845) to USAAF 15Mar44. 14th AF OR US 12th AF? no card.  To NC36349 
					W/o Apr 29, 1952 in crash off South Korea.  8 killed.
				15380 (MSN 19846) to USAAF Mar 15, 1944.  14th AF Karachi May 6, 1944, Assigned to ATC, 
					W/o Aug 23, 1944, MACR 7893.
				15381 (MSN 19847) to USAAF Mar 16, 1944.  14th AF Karachi Apr 27, 1944.  W/o Aug 23, 1944 when it 
					crashed near Yanki, China.  MACR 7983.
				15382 (MSN 19848) to USAAF 16Mar44. 14th AF Karachi 29Apr44. 332nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 3rd Combat 
					Cargo Group, Kunming, China. Crashed  near Kunming, Yunnan, Chinaposeh 16Jan45 (5RTD). The plane had flown 
					from Kunming to Poseh, China to pick up an OSS Major. On the return to Kunming it ran into bad weather. 
					Spotting a Curtiss C-46 Commando going through the overcast to land, the pilot of the C-47 closed in tight 
					to follow the C-46 down. Suddenly, the lights on the C-46 were extinguished and it dived down out of sight. 
					The C-47 was still on top of the overcast and with fuel exhaustion the crew bailed out.  W/o Jan 16, 1945
				15383 (MSN 19849) to USAAF 16Mar44. 14th AF Karachi 27Apr44. W/o May 15, 1944 after structural 
					failure at Kweilin, China.
				15384 (MSN 19850) to USAAF 16Mar44. 14th AF no TCG 332nd TCS Karachi 29Apr44   
					W/o missing China Jan 22, 1945, MACR 11883.
				15385 (MSN 19851) delivered to USAAF Mar 16, 1944 assigned to 5th FRS, 3rd FRG (for ferry) damaged in a landing accident 
					Apr 12, 1944 Atkinson Field, British Guiana, repaired.  Damaged in landing accident Sept 20, 1944 at Dum Dum, India, 
					assigned to India-China ATC, later Dec 22, 1944 Central Africa ATC at Karachi. Sold Mar 25, 1946 to Indian 
					Overseas Airline Ltd reg. VT-CCG named "Star of Nairobi", Dec 21, 1948 to Mallard Air Service reg. N94528, 
					In 1951 to General Motor Co registered as N5104, In 1963 to University of Wisconsin registered as N51041, Dec. 1968 to 
					Jamesville Airlease, to Christler Flying Service as a smoke jumper aircraft, W/o when damaged July 26, 1971 
					after an in-flight fire caused a forced landing at Redmond, OR.
				15386 (MSN 19852) to USAAF 16Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 25Apr44.  Central African Wing ATC 19Dec44.  Returned to US 20Dec45.
					To RFC 10Jun46.  To civil for Winged Cargo Inc. reg. NC79054, UFO (Ultimate Fate Obscure)
				15387 (MSN 19853) to USAAF 6Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 22Apr44.  Went missing 30 mi N of Luichow, China 
					Oct 21, 1944.  MACR 9436
				15388 (MSN 19854) to USAAF 16Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 04May44.  Crashed near Kunming, China Dec 7, 1944.  
					MACR 11097
				15389 (MSN 19855) to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 22Apr44 Karachi.  To Indian Government 10Apr46 
				15390 (MSN 19856) to USAAF 20Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 28Apr44.  Central African Wing ATC 19Dec44 Karachi.  
					To Indian Government 10Apr46
				15391 (MSN 19857) to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 22Apr44 Karachi.  To Indian Government 10Apr46 
				15392 (MSN 19858) to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 01May44.  Lost Jan 6, 1945, China.  MACR 10910.
				15393 (MSN 19859) to USAAF 18Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 29Apr44 Karachi.  To Indian Government 10Apr46 
				15394 (MSN 19860) to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 22Apr44. Central African Wing ATC 19Dec44 Karachi 
					Salvaged 26Dec45 
				15395 (MSN 19861) to USAAF 18Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 12May44.  Crashed at Luju, Burma Jun 15, 1944.  
					MACR 5772
				15396 (MSN 19862) to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 29Apr44.  Crashed 15 mi N of Santahar, India 
					Feb 8, 1945
				15397 (MSN 19863) to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 22Apr44 Karachi.  To Indian Government 10Apr46  
					Royal Indian Air Force as HJ252. Appeared in the Allan Ladd film ‘The Red Beret / Paratrooper’ [1953] with fake serial 43-16048
				15398 (MSN 19864) Delivered to USAAF 17Mar44. India-China Wing, Air Transport 
					Command 24Apr44. This aircraft took off from Lalmanirhat, India for Chabua, India on a cargo run 
					and crashed south of Sakteng, Bhutan 25May44 at an elevation of 13197 feet [3KIA]. Condemned 26Jun44.
				15399 (MSN 19865) to USAAF 18Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 27Apr44.  European Wing ATC   became OY-DDU "Leif Viking" of DDL,
					delivered Jul 24, 1946.  Subsequently sold as F-FBGM with Aero technique delivered Apr 3, 1949.
					Airnautic-GECA Apr 19y2.  RF (SGAXC) 1964;  Roosseau Aviation (for spares?) May 1969.  Scrapped
					Dinard 1969
				15400 (MSN 19866) to USAAF 18Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC? 27Apr44? no card.  USAF. 
					to French AF as AdlA 315400 Feg 3, 1953 GTI/64 "F-RBCA".  Indochina GT2/62 Oct 1954.  GTI/64 Oct 1955.
					ET52 "F-SCKV" Aug 1956.  Back to USAAF May 23, 1957.  To Thai AF KAT 31540 in 1958.  SOC May 31, 1988
					due to corrosion.  Allocated to Takhli for display
				15401 (MSN 19867) to USAAF 18Mar44.  India-China ATC 23Apr44 Karachi.  Salvaged 16Sep45  
				15402 (MSN 19868) to USAAF 18Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 02May44 Karachi.  European Wing ATC  SOC 31Dec46 
					To VT-CML Bharat AfW "Pawandoot" registered Jul 7, 1947.  To Indian Airlines Corp Aug 1, 1953.
					Cancelled post 1968..
				15403 (MSN 19869) to USAAF 21Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 12May44.  443rd Troop Carrier Group based at Dinjan, India. 
					The plane was on a food resupply mission to Burma 11Jun44. It was flying at a low altitude
					 in good weather when the pilot rapidly advanced the throttles and attempted to climb. 
					The plane crash landed into the side of a hill going up slope and burned out near Kamaing, Burma (5KIS:1INJ)
				15404 (MSN 19870) to USAAF 20Mar44. India-China Wing ATC 15May44.  To F-BEIV Aerocargo 12Aug48  
					Alpes Provence Feb50.  Soc de Tptes Aeriens Camerounais 1950.  Crashed Fort Lamy Chad 07Nov51  
				15405 (MSN 19871) to USAAF 20Mar44.  US 22Jun44.  To RFC 25Feb46.  NC54438 US Airlines Inc  
					YV-C-ARA RANSA L21Jul49.   PP-ANL Nacional de Tpts Aerien R26Dec52.   H A Romano & AOO Cunha
					(op by Nacional) R03Aug54/  Nacional R Nov56.  Varig May61.  HC-ALC Taxi Aereo Opita R26Oct55  
					Tptes Aereos Orientales 1975.  Damaged 02Mar71 and w/o but noted WFU 1975
				15406 (MSN 19872) to USAAF 20Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 11May44 Karachi.  To Indian Government 10Apr46 
				15407 (MSN 19873) to USAAF 20Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 14May44.  Exploded in midair Jun 28, 1944 while on 
					flight from Agra to Bombay and crashed 6 mi from Santa Cruz AP, Bombay.  7 killed.
				15408 (MSN 19874) to USAAF 20Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 17May44.  Central African Wing ATC 22Dec44 Karachi 25Jan46  
					To VT-AXA Air Service of India Ltd 05Mar46.  Maj Gen Mahabir SSJB Rana R18Jan50. 
					Indian Airlines Corp 01Aug53.  crashed Dum Dum, Calcutta 26Aug61  
				15409 (MSN 19875) to USAAF 20Mar44.  India-China Wing ATC 12May44.  To Indian Government 10Apr46  
				15410 (MSN 19876) to USAAF 20Mar44.  5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS 24Apr44.  C-47 42-23959 pulled onto Noemfoor 
					strip to take off 05Aug44.  Wirraway was taking off from behind.  Wirraway swerved right striking 
					cockpit of 42-100468 then rammed 43-15410.  To 93rd Serv Sqn  salvaged 07Aug44 
				15411 (MSN 19877) to USAAF 20Mar44. 5th AF 22Apr44 Tacloban.   Missing 13Sep45  
				15412 (MSN 19878) to USAAF 20Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 32 16May44.  
					Lost Mar 5, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13495
				15413 (MSN 19879) to USAAF 21Mar44.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X71 X73 20Apr44.  43-15413 stuck 42-23582 
					with wing tip flying in formation 17Jan45, both repaired  WFU 12Oct45 
				15414 (MSN 19880) to USAAF 21May44. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as  X64 23Apr44.  Taxiing 42-24261  hit 42-24412 
					then hit 43-15414 Tami NG 13May44, all repaired.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44 truck backed 
					into cargo door 27jul44, repaired. WFU 01May46 
				15415 (MSN 19881) to USAAF 21Mar44. 5th AF 18Apr44. Salvaged 11Aug47 
				15416 (MSN 19882) to USAAF 21Mar44.  5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS 20Apr44.  Damaged on take off Gusap NG 
					29Jun44, repaired.  With 54th Troop Carrier Squadrpm) crashed when overran the runway at 
					Angaur Island, Caroline Islands Oct 24, 1944.
				15417 (MSN 19883) to USAAF 21Mar44. 5th AF 433rd TCG  67th TCS 27Apr44.  W/o Jul 20, 1944 Nadzab a/p, PNG  
					(t/off accident, veered to the right, hit dirt pile and caught fire)
				15418 (MSN 19884) to USAAF 22Mar44.  5th AF 375th TCG 58th TCS 01May44.  Landing gear raised prematurely 
					on take off Nadzab. left prop hit pavement came off and sliced cockpit injuring pilot 24Jul44 
					Salvaged 25Jul44 
				15419 (MSN 19885) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 23Apr44 Tacloban.  Salvaged 23Feb46 
				15420 (MSN 19886) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 20Apr44 Tacloban.  SOC 01May46  
				15421 (MSN 19887) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 25Apr44 Manila.  Salvaged 30Apr46
				15422 (MSN 19888) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 23Apr44 Tacloban.  Salvaged 21Sep46 
				15423 (MSN 19889) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 26Apr44 Tacloban.  W/o 20 Jan 20, 1945 Namtu, Burma (supply 
					drop mission, one parachute snagged on tail)
				15424 (MSN 19890) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 375th TCG 21Apr44.  W/o Mar 23, 1945 Clark Fd, Philippines
				15425 (MSN 19891) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 25Apr44 Tacloban.  Damaged while airborne between Port Moresby 
					and Nadzab 13Jun44, repaired.  Salvaged 21Sep46 
				15426 (MSN 19892) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X15 22Apr44.  To 71st Serv Sqn 03May45    
					Salvaged 21Feb46 
				15427 (MSN 19893) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 24Apr44  Manila.  W/o Jun 19, 1945 Guinan Strait, Philippines  
					(struck by B-24 on ground)
				15428 (MSN 19894) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 27Apr44 Tacloban.  Salvaged 07Feb46  
				15429 (MSN 19895) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS 21Apr44 Tacloban.  To Philippine AF May 15, 1946, 
					then PI-C57 of Philippine Air Lines, then VR-HET Air Carriers Ltd Oct 1949, Tradeastern 
					Ltd Jun 1951, W. H. Bird Co Bangkok Apr 9, 1954, then to Royal
					Thai Police Air Wing as 319895 Apr 9, 1954.
				15430 (MSN 19896) to USAAF 22Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X73 22Apr44.  Struck parked P-38 taxiing 14Jan45, both repaired  
					Salvaged 18May46  
				15431 (MSN 19897) to USAAF 22Mar44.  5th AF 18Apr44 Tacloban. SOC 01May46.  By 1954 was PI-C132 of 
					Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C132 Nov 1973.  Continental Airways Sep 1975. WFU at Iloilo Jan 1991
				15432 (MSN 19898) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS 21Apr44 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCGD  
					Left wing hit telephone pole Finschhafen 08Sep44, repaired.  Left wing dragged over maintenance stand  
					12Sep44, to Depot 1 Finschhafen.  5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS as X535 08Oct44.  Left aileron damaged 
					by unknown driver between 1600 and 1930 Sorido 06Nov44, repaired.  At 2200 the same night a fueling 
					tug hit the right elevator, repaired.  Right wing of B-24 hit nose section destroying cockpit 
					Owi 26Nov44, salvaged 
43-15433/15632		Douglas C-47A-85-DL Skytrain
				MSN 19899/20098
				15433 (MSN 19899) to USAAF 23Mar44.  5th AF 24Apr44  Manila.  Salvaged 15Nov45  
				15434 (MSN 19900) to USAAF 23Mar44.  5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS as 434 21Apr44.  Shot at over Wewak 11Oct44, 
					slight damage repaired.  W/o Apr 5, 1945 Pitu-morotai A/p (hit by truck).  Salvaged Oct 24, 1945.
				15435 (MSN 19901) to USAAF 23Mar44.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X59 22May44.  Elevator caught in propellor 
					making turn taxiing 03Aug44, repaired.  W/o Mar 11, 1945 Angeles City-Clark Fd, Philippines. (blown 
					up by Japanese infiltrators)      
				15436 (MSN 19902) to USAAF 23Mar44.  5th AF 374th TCG 22nd TCS as W563 27Apr44.  Tail wheel failure Nadzab 16Jan45, repaired  
					To VH-CDM Qantas 09May44  flown with Australian radio c/s VHCDM and VHPAD.  Back to 5th AF 18Jul44  
					To depot for repairs to tail 18Jan45.   WFU 01Aug46.   To Netherlands Navy as Q-4, later W-4  
					To Indonesian AF 07Oct50 
				15437 (MSN 19903) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS 26Apr44.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X22 
					22Feb45.   Accident Oct45  
				15438 (MSN 19904) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 23Apr44  Tacloban.  SOC 01Aug46.  To Philippine Airlines as PI-C24  
					VR-HDI Cathay Pacific Airways R Nov46.   VH-AAU Queensland Airlines "Burne H" 04Nov51  
					Ansett  MAL 16May66.  B-247 Far East Air Tpt Dl4Feb67.  DBR 16Apr77 Tainan A/f
				15439 (MSN 19905) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 26Apr44 Manila.  Accident 27Aug45
				15440 (MSN 19906) to USAAF 23Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 05May44.  Crashed Finschhafen, NG 08May44 
					caused by water in fuel
				15441 (MSN 19907) to USAAF 24Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X6 23Apr44. Flown with Australian radio 
					c/s VHCDV.  Accident 16Aug45 
				15442 (MSN 19908) to USAAF 24Mar44.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X17 22Apr44. 5th AF 375th TCG  
					Damaged while airborne between Hollandia and Nadzab 21Jun44, repaired.  Salvaged 18Apr47      
				15443 (MSN 19909) to USAAF 24Mar44.  5th AF 375th TCG 26Apr44.  Damaged while parked Nadzab 11Jun44, repaired.
					W/o Sep 23, 1944 in taxi accident at Kalaikunda, India 
				15444 (MSN 19910) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 28Apr44 Manila.  Salvaged 1946
				15445 (MSN 19911) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 25Apr44 Manila.  Salvaged 22Jun46 
				15446 (MSN 19912) to USAAF 24Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as X43 Hot T'Go 05May44.  
					Truck struck left aileron while parked Finschhafen NG 21May44, repaired.  Right wing hit tree 
					turning Jun44, repaired.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.   flown over Corregidor by Hulme   
					Accident 14Aug45 
				15447 (MSN 19913) to USAAF 24Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 57 20May44.  Hit by same truck twice 
					while parked 23Oct44, repaired   (317th TCG) lost Jun 17, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14659
				15448 (MSN 19914) to USAAF 24Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as X34 27Apr44.  Accident 01Jul45
				15449 (MSN 19915) to USAAF 24Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X61 16May44.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  WFU 31Dec45
				15450 (MSN 19916) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 26Apr44.  To Philippine AF 24Jul46
				15451 (MSN 19917) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 84 05May44.  Right wing tip of taxiing 43-15451 scraped wing 
					of another a/c Gusap NG 24May44, both repaired.  Elevators damaged by prop wash of another a/c 27Oct44, 
					repaired.  In supply drops in support of troops Leyte 12Nov44, hydralic system shot out by ground fire, 
					crash landed Leyte, salvaged 14Nov44 
				15452 (MSN 19918) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 87 24Apr44.  Salvaged 24Sep45 
				15453 (MSN 19919) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 433rd TCG 67th TCS 23Apr44.  Engine cut out on take off 
					Cyclops NG 22Oct44, salvaged, only minor injuries, 
				15454 (MSN 19920) to USAAF 25Mar44.  5th AF 23Apr44 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCDL  
					Qantas 11May44, back to 5th AF 29Jul44.  SOC 1946. To PI-C25 Philippine Airlines 1947 
					Cathay Pacific Airlines 13Mar49.  XY-ABZ Airways Burma Ltd 1949.  To Burma AF as BuAF UBT-702    
					Nevada Airlines Inc B29Apr78. WFU 1983 at Guam.
				15455 (MSN 19921) to USAAF 25Mar44.  5th AF 26Apr44.  Missing 30Sep45 
				15456 (MSN 19922) to USAAF 25Mar44.  5th AF 433rd TCG 65th TCS 28Apr44.  Engine failure on take off Finschhafen, 
					ditched in harbor 10Dec44, no injuries 
				15457 (MSN 19923) to USAAF 27Mar44.  5th AF 23Apr44 flown with Australian radio c/s VHCXM  
					W/o Dec 11, 1944 at Kercwagi, Papua New Guinea.
				15458 (MSN 19924) to USAAF 25Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X66 05May44.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44
				  	Destroyed on ground at Clark Field, Philippines by Japanese infiltrators Mar 11, 1945.
				15459 (MSN 19925) to USAAF 27Mar44. 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS 26Apr44. To 5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS  
					Right landing gear collapsed Lae NG 02jul44.  To 2nd Serv Sqn for repair.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 
					as X23 21Feb45.  Accident 18Apr45
				15460 (MSN 19926) to USAAF 27Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X9 X9A Cleo C 20May44.  Noemfoor parachute 
					drop 03Jul44.  Taxiing accident 05Oct44, repaired.  Accident 22Jul45 
				15461 (MSN 19927) to USAAF 27Mar44  5th  24Apr44.  Japan.  Salvaged 25Feb47  
				15462 (MSN 19928) to USAAF 31Mar44.  Delivered to China under Lend-Lease May 24, 1944
				15463 (MSN 19929) to USAAF 31Mar44.  Intended for China under Lend-Lease but crashed
					5 mi N of Miami May 14, 1944 during delivery flight.
				15464 (MSN 19930) to USAAF 27Mar44.  5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS 21Apr44.  5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS 04Oct44.  Salvaged Oct45  
				15465 (MSN 19931) to USAAF 27Mar44.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X63 16May44.  Damaged while airborne 
					SW of Cycliops NG 17May45, repaired.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Bob Hope party a/c Aug44  
					Salvaged 18Apr47 
				15466 (MSN 19932) to USAAF 28Mar44.  5th AF 26Apr44. to PI-C54 Philippine Airlines May 13, 1946, to XT-543, 
					to civil registry as VR-HEX, to Lutheran World Foundation  North American Lutheran Council. XT-811 Civil
					Air Transort.  To N8399C Cat INC Jan 13, 1950, then to Air America as B-809, W/o Oct 20, 1954 in Gulf of Siam
				15467 (MSN 19933) to USAAF 27Mar44.  5th AF? 26Apr44?  no card.  USAF  VC-47A Sep54 
				15468 (MSN 19934) to USAAF 28Mar44  5th AF 26Apr44.  FLC 29Nov46 SOC in Philippines Nov 29, 1946.  
					Sold to Zinc Corporation, on Australian Registry as VH-BHE Feb 28, 1947.  Operated by Silver
					City Airways Ltd and used for aerial survey flights to locate
					mineral resources.  Sold to Bureau of Mineral Resources Geology
					and Geophysics Division.  Reregistered as VH-BUR Dec 27, 1950.
					Registered to Airlines of NSW May 3, 1960.  Operated for NSW 
					Department of Lands Aerial Survey Unit.  WFU Sep 1960 and 
					stored at Sydney Airport.  Sold to Baldon Pty Ltd of Sydney
					Jan 15, 1966.  Cancelled from Australian registry Jan 15, 1966.
					Sold to Jetair Australia Jul 19, 1969.  Returned to Australian
					registry as VH-BUR Nov 4, 1969.  Named "Joseph Stewart".
					WFU and stored at Sydney when Jetair ceased operations.  To Royal
					Nepal Airline Corp as 9N-AAY Mar 12, 1971.  WFU Aug 30, 1971.
					Scrapped shortly thereafter.
				15469 (MSN 19935) to USAAF 28Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X72 26Apr44.  Accident 17Jan46
				15470 (MSN 19936) to USAAF 29Mar44. 5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS 26Apr44.  Salvaged 26Nov45
				15471 (MSN 19937) to USAAF 28Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X13 05May44.  Hit by jeep 24Jan45, repaired.  Salvaged 09Mar45  
				15472 (MSN 19938) to USAAF 28Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X6 16May44.  Gust of wind took plane 
					off ground and to left landing right wing hit ground Finschhafen NG 10Jun44, repaired.  
					To 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X64.  WFU 31Dec45 
				15473 (MSN 19939) to USAAF 28Mar44. 5th AF 375th TCG 55th TCS 21Apr44.  Right engine fire landing 
					Wakde 28Jul44, repaired.  Crashed after takeoff from Archerfield QLD Aug 11, 1944 and wound up in ditch. 
					Salvaged.
				15474 (MSN 19940) to USAAF 28Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 94.  X94 Mornin' After 16May44 
					Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Right wing tip hit pole taxiing 29Aug44, repaired  
					Struck by jeep while parked 04Oct44, repaired  salvaged Nov45 
				15475 (MSN 19941) to USAAF Mar 29, 1944.  5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS as X14 29Apr44. Noemfoor parachute 
					drop 03Jul44.  Struck by truck in parking area 19ep44, repaired.  Salvaged 25Feb47  
				15476 (MSN 19942) to USAAF 29Mar44. 5th AF 433rd TCG 20May44. to 5th AF 317th TCG 46th TCS as 95 
					Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Used in Los Banos Raid 22Feb45.  Landing accident Morotai 01Dec45, 
					salvaged, no injuries 
				15477 (MSN 19943) to USAAF 29Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X57 22Apr44.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 
					22nd TCS.  SOC 01May46 
				15478 (MSN 19944) to USAAF 30Mar44. 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as X31 11May44.  Damaged wing tips landing 
					Townsville Australia 28Aug44, repaired by VAFSC Depot No 2.  To 5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS 09Sep44  
					Ran off runway and hit post 05Dec44, repaired.  Used in Taygaytay Ridge paratroop drop 03Feb45 
					Flown over Corregidor by Winters 16Feb45.  Accident 21Aug45  
				15479 (MSN 19945) to USAAF 29Mar44.  5th AF 26Apr44.  Salvaged 08Apr45 
				15480 (MSN 19946) to USAAF 30Mar44.  5th AF 22Apr44.  To Philippine AF 31Oct46 
				15481 (MSN 19947) to USAAF 29Mar44.  5th AF 317th TCG 41st TCS as X68 The Yellowstone Comet 22May44 
					Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44.  Package dropped hit stabilizher 09Aug44, repaired  
					Struck C-47 and P-38 taxiing 14Jan45, all repaired.   WFS 11Aug47.  To CNAF Taiwan as 15481  
				15482 (MSN 19948) to USAAF 29Mar44.  5th AF 26Apr44.  Accident 05Mar45  
				15483 (MSN 19949) to USAAF Mar 30, 1943.  	5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS 26Apr44. To 5th AF 317th TCG 39th TCS 
					as X12 May44. Damaged taxiing  Finschhafen NG 19May44, repaired.  Noemfoor parachute drop 03Jul44  
					In midair collision with 43-16320 Apr 25, 1945 4 mi SW of Algeles, Luzon, Phillippines.
				15484 (MSN 19950) to USAAF 01Apr44.  5th AF 10May44. 36 Sqn RAAF as VHCXL  15Aug44 
					Australian National Airlinesas VH-CXL R11Feb46.  VH-BHB Zinc Corp Silver City Australia   
					Airways Pty Ltd  R28Feb47.  HMMK MacRobertson Miller Aviation "Durach"  " Kimberley" ROIAug49  
					MacRobertson Miller Airlines 0l]u155.  Australian Aircraft Sales, Mascot R15May69.
					B-257 Far East Air Tpt 10Jun69.  N86AC RFerguson, Phnom Penh, B21  Feb74 
					RlOApr74 Southeast Asia Air Tpt.  Hit by rocket at Phnom Penh 19Jan75 and DBR
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