1944 USAAF Serial Numbers (44-30911 to 44-35357)


Last updated January 13, 2018


44-30911/31510		North American B-25J-30/32-NC Mitchell
				30911/31110 MSN 108-34186/108-34385
				31111/31510 MSN 108-37186/108-37585
				(Andrade quotes 108-35236/35535 for 44-30911/31210 and 108-37186/37485 for
					44-31211/31510)
				30911 to Brazil in 1946/47
				30913 (TB-25J) crashed 5 mi NW of Douglas, AZ Jul 20, 1945.
				30915 (TB-25J) crashed on takeoff at Enid AAF, OK Nov 27, 1945
				30916 (TB-25J) force landed 3 mi NE of Reese AFB, TX Feb 2, 1950
				30925 (MSN 108-34200) converted to TB-25N.  Was *Catch 22* aircraft as N9494Z.  Participated in
					filming of *Hanover Street* in 1978 and essentially abandoned at 
					Blackbushe thereafter and became derelict.  Dismantled and moved to
					Wellesbourne Mountford Oct 1982, then to Coventry Sep 1985.  The
					British registration B-BWGR has been reserved Aug 18, 1995 for
					this plane., but NTU and cancelled Feb 22, 2005.  Has been acquired by the Brussels Air Museum
					Foundation and arrived there in 2010. 
				30935 to RCAF as 5210 in 1951.
				30937 converted to TB-25K.  Became N7693C, then N198W
				30947 to RCAF as 5212 in 1951.  Became CF-NTP
				30953 (TB-25J) damaged by bird strike and crashlanded 10 mi E of
					Menard, TX Mar 21, 1950.
				30954 (TB-25J) damaged in takeoff accident at Andrews AFB, MD
					Jul 31, 1950.
				30961/30964 to USN as PBJ-1J 35841/35844
				30969 became N2811G
				30971 converted to VB-25J VIP transport
				30972/30975 to USN as PBJ-1J 35845/35848
				30975 (BuNo 35848) converted into prototype for trainer.  w/o 3/25/1950
				30976 converted to VB-25J VIP transport.  Became N8193H, noted
					derelict at President Stroesser Airport, Ascuncion, Paraguay
					by 1972.  Still there 1983.
				30977 (TB-25J) crashed on takeoff at Vance AFB, OK Jan 31, 1950.
				30979 converted to TB-25N.  Reported at Air Museum, Ontario, CA Sep 1967.
					and was noted at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA in 1976.  Still there
					in 1990.
				30980/30991 to USN as PBJ-1J 35849/35860
				30996 converted to TB-25N.  To N9991Z, then became PI-C905.  Destroyed by
					cyclone at Virac Island airstrip Oct 14, 1970
				31004 converted to TB-25N.  Under restoration for display on USS Alabama, Mobile, AL. N9463Z
				31005 (TB-25J) force landed at Vance AFB, OK Feb 28, 1951
				31006 (TB-25J) damaged in taxiing accident at Kelly AFB, TX
					Apr 17, 1951.
				31007 (TB-25J) in midair collision with 44-31045 and forcelanded
					at Kegelman Auxiliary Airfield, OK Jul 22, 1950.
				31008 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Vance AFB, OK Apr 23, 1951.
				31015 (TB-25J) crashed into a mountain in Colorado Apr 8, 1952.  All 11 on board killed.
				31022 became N9634C
				31024 (TB-25J) failed to recover from spin and crashed 2.5 mi SE
					of Sharon, KS Feb 26, 1951.
				31032 converted to TB-25N.  To civil registry as N3174G.  Used in film "Catch-22".  
					Reported 1972 at Yesterday's Air Force, Chino, CA in 1972.  Now on 
					static display at March AFB Museum, California.  
				31042 (MSN 108-35367) converted to TB-25N.  Became N3515G, last heard of 
					Dec 1964.
				31045 (TB-25J) in midair collision with 44-31007 and forcelanded
					at Kegelman Auxiliary Airfield, OK Jul 22, 1950.
				31089/31104 to USN as PBJ-1J 35861/35876
				31111 with Western Air Defense Command, 4754th Radar Evaluation Flight, Hamilton AFB, California in 1956
				31121 restorable at Atlanta, GA.  In 1990 was stored by Walter Soplata, Newbury, IA.
				31145 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ772.  To RCAF Sep 25, 1945
				31146 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ773.  To RCAF Sep 16, 1945
				31147 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ774.  To RCAF Aug 29, 1945
				31148 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ775.  To RCAF Sep 11, 1945
				31149 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ776.  To RCAF Oct 5, 1945
				31150 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ777.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31151 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ778.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31152 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ779.  SOC Sep 4, 1945
				31153 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ780.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31154 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ781.  To USAAF Aug 27, 1945
				31155 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ782.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31156 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ783.  To RCAF Aug 27, 1945
				31157 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ784.  To RCAF Sep 16, 1945
				31158 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ785.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31159 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ786.  To RCAF Sep 25, 1945
				31161 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ787.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31162/31165 Lend-Lease to USSR
				31170 converted to TB-25N.  To N2810G
				31171 converted to JTB-25J.  As N7614C, based at Luton, UK for filming and
					then stored 1970 or 1971.  Impounded and now on display at American 
					Air Museum, Duxford, UK painted as PBJ-1J.
				31172 converted to TB-25N.  Became LV-GXH Jun 1961.  On static display at Santiago del Estero AP,
					Argentina by 1980.  Still there in 1990.
				31173 converted to TB-25N by Hayes Co.  To Enrique Denwert of Argentina
					as LV-GXH in 1961.  Sold to Empresa Provincal de Aviacion Civil de
					San Juan in 1971.  Operated as *Huaira Bajo*.  
					Preserved in Malpaso, Santiago del Estero airport.  There is
					a report that this plane is now gone, but at last report it was still
					in a hangar at Santiago del Estero airport.  In Jul 2009 reported parked on apron of Aero club 
					at Santiago del Estro, Argentina.  Noted under restoration at Santiago in Aug 2011.
				31183 (TB-25J, 348th AAFBU) crashed on takeoff at Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma Jan 29, 1946.  Slid into
					pond at end of runway.  3 crew OK.
				31185 (TB-25J) crashlanded in bad weather at Langley AFB, VA Apr 28, 1950
				31188 (TB-25J, HQ Sqn, 407th ABG) crashed on takeoff at MacDill
					AFB, FL Apr 26, 1950.
				31190 to Uruguayan AF as 160 in 1950
				31191 to Venezuela in 1947/49
				31201 to NEIAF as N5-259
				31202 to NEIAF as N5-260
				31203 to NEIAF as N5-261
				31204 to NEIAF as N5-262
				31217/31251 Lend-Lease to USSR
				31253 to RAAF as A47-48.  SOC 3/50
				31254 to RAAF as A47-47.  SOC 3/50
				31255 to RAAF as A47-46.  SOC 3/50
				31256 to NEIAF as N5-263
				31258 (MSN 108-37333) to NEIAF No 18 Squadron as N5-264, later changed to M-464.  
					Transferred to AURI as M-464.  Donated by Indonesia in 1971 to Militare Luchvaart
					Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands as M-464.
				31259 to NEIAF as N5-265
				31260 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ788.  To USAAF, no RAF service.  Became N52998,
					later N102J.
				31261 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ789.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31262 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ790.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31263 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ791.  To USAAF, no RAF service
				31264 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ792.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31265 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ793.  To RCAF, no RAF service
				31266 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ794.  Not delivered to RAF
				31267 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ795.  To USAAF, no RAF service
				31268 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ796.  To USAAF, no RAF service
				31269 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ797.  To USAAF, no RAF service
				31270 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ798.  To USAAF, no RAF service
				31271 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ799.  To USAAF, no RAF service
				31272 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ800, but not delivered
				31273 to RAF as Mitchell III KP308, but not delivered
				31274 to RAF as Mitchell III KP309, but not delivered
				31275 to RAF as Mitchell III KP310, but not delivered
				31276 to RAF as Mitchell III KP311, but not delivered
				31277/31296 to USN as PBJ-1J 35881/35900
				31297 (345th BG) lost Aug 12, 1945, South Pacific.  However
					Warbirds Worldwide Directory has it becoming N67945.
				31300 (345th BG) lost Aug 7, 1945, South Pacific.
				31318 became N8090H, then LV-TAE.  Reported 1975 displayed at
					Valparaiso, FL, then in 1976 at Eglin AFB, FL
				31322 (TB-25J) crashed in bad weather 5 mi NE of Clayton, NM May 25, 1950.
				31345 (TB-25J, HQ Sqn, 7 ABG) crashlanded at Bigs AFB, TX Sep 6, 1950
				31346 to RCAF as 5246 in 1952
				31361 (42nd BG) lost Aug 16, 1945, South Pacific
				31385 converted to TB-25J.  Airworthy with Confederate Air Force,
					restored as 345 BG *Show Me* registered as N3481G.  I saw this one
					at Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.  Registered as N345TH since June 2001.
				31387 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force Mar 1944
				31388 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force Mar 1944
				31399 to RCAF as 5234 in 1952.  SOC Apr 26, 1962. Became CF-NTV.
					Ferried to Kamloops, BC and reporte 1971 derelict there.
				31401 (MSN 108-37376) to TB-25J.  Crashed into mountain 25 mi
					SSW of Yucca AAF, AZ Aug 11, 1945 while on training flight 
					from Yuma AAF, AZ.  Crew of 5 killed.
				31412/31416 Lend-Lease to USSR
				31422/31438 were to go to RAF as Mitchell III KP312/KP328, but 
					were not delivered
				31444/31463 to USN as PBJ-1J 35901/35920
				31466 to civil registry as N3446G.  Flew as fire tanker #66.  Crashed
					and destroyed during firefighting operations near Acton, CA
					Jul 22, 1960.
				31481 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Ellington AFB, TX Dec 18, 1950.  Became
					N8013 so presumably repaired.
				31487 converted to TB-25N.  Became N3506G, then N175LT
				31489 became N3513G
				31491 to RCAF as 5245 in 1952.  Withdrawn from service
					Nov 1961.  Sold Oct 1963 to Bellomy Aviation of
					Miami, FL and assigned civilian number N8013.
					Sold to Intercontinental Trading Corporation in
					1964.  Reportedly used by Biafran Air Force in
					war for independence.
				31493 to RCAF as 5249 in 1952.  SOC Apr 26, 1962. Became CF-NTX.
					Ferried to Kamloops, BC and reporte 1971 still there and
					derelict.
				31494 to RCAF as 5232 in 1952.  SOC Jun 13, 1963.  Became N92885
				31498 rebuilt as TB-25J.  Sold in 1960 to Servicos Aeros Albarenque
					of Argentina as LV-GJX.  Sold to Aeroexploracion SA,of Instituto
					Fotogtopografico with name Cuco.  Seen derelict at
					Ezeiza International Airport, Buenos Aires in 1964.
				31504 converted to TB-25N.  To RCAF Nov 21, 1951 as 5218.  SOC
					Feb 16, 1952. Became N9753Z. Reported at Technical School
					at Honolulu AP, HI by Sep 1971.  By 1977 was owned by USAF
					Museum and was on static display at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.  Recently 
					acquired by Pacific Aviation Museum and moved to Ford Island site.
				31506 to RCAF as 5228 in 1952.  SOC Nov 28, 1962 and became N92877.
				31508 was airworthy at Ocala, FL as N6578D, but is now missing an engine and is severely rusted.
					Was the B-25 that was the camera ship for the making of the film *Battle of Britain* in 1968.
44-31511/32160		Vultee BT-13B Valiant
				Procured for US Navy
				31511/32010 to USN as SNV-2 BuNo 52050/52549
				32011/32160 to USN as SNV-2 BuNo 44038/44187.
44-32161/32166		Fisher XP-75A Eagle
				32161 crashed Aug 5, 1944 after an explosion and fire.  Pilot bailed
					out safely.
				32163 crashed Apr 8, 1944 during low-level aerobatics.  Pilot killed.
44-32167/32666		Bell P-39Q-25-BE Airacobra
				32167/32206 Lend-Lease to USSR
					32191 wreckage discovered in Murmansk area.
				32207/32293 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32294 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32295 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32296 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32297/32356 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32357/32431 Lend-Lease to USSR
					32400 destined for USSR bellylanded enroute. 
				32432/32436 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				32437/32446 Lend-Lease to USSR 
				32447/32456 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				32457/32471 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32472/32483 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32485/32544 Lend-Lease to UK transferred to USSR
				32545 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32546/32557 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32558 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32559/32606 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32607/32616 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32617/32626 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32627/32636 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32637/32641 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32642/32648 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32649/32651 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				32652/32660 Lend-Lease to USSR
				32661/32666 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
44-32667		Howard UC-70 Nightingale 
				Civilian DGA-15P operated on lease and given serial 42-43627.  ZK-AHP was a DGA-15P MSN 535, quoted with previous 
				identity NC22436 / 44-32667. To New Zealand for NZ National Airways Corporation as ZK-AHP registered Jul 31, 1946, DBF at the Centennial 
				Building in Wellington Sep 25, 1946
44-32668/33867		Republic P-47D-30-RA Thunderbolt
				32669 to Brazilian AF, ending up as gate guard.  Delivered to Chino, CA Jul 1988
				32691 an article in a 1987 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine quotes 
					this aircraft as being in the NASM, Washington, DC. Noted Dec 2005 at
					Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
				32699 (TP-47D) collided with towed target over Brownsville AAF,
					TX and crashed May 28, 1945.
				32703 (91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF) crashed at Tsiho, China after being hit by explosion of ammot truck just strafed
					Jul 30, 1945  MACR 14872.  Pilot killed.
				32708 (Air Service Command, 10th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Panagarh Airfield, West
					Bengal, India Aug 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32711 (Mexican Squadron 201) pilot bailed out off the West New Guinea coast in 
					bad weather on July 16,1945.  Pilot rescued by OA-10A flying boat.
				32712 (91st FS, 81st FG, 14th AF) crashed 5 mi S of Yenshih, China after caught fire in flight due to fuel leak
					Jun 29, 1945.  MACR 14690.  Pilot killed.
				32735 (6th FS Commando, 1st Air Commando group, 10th AF) in takeoff accident at Asansol Airfield, India Feb 18, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32747 (510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) shot down byAA near Tandel, Luxembourg Jan 19 1945.  MACR 11844.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				32750 (510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing marshalling yards at Solingen, Germany
					and crashed at Dusselforf, Germany Feb 16, 1945.  MACR 12449.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				32756 (509th FS, 405h FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Saint Dizier Airfield A-64, France Feb 1, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32757 (314th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA and crash landed 4 km NW of Muhlacker, Germany Feb 19, 1945.
					MACR 12225. Pilot survived and became POW.
				32758 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Aachen Airfield Y-46, Wurselen, Germany Mar 26, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32761 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up blly landing at Conflans-en-Jarnisy Airfield A-94,
					Conflans, France after ran out of fuel Jan 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
					repaired.
				32764 (389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Asch Airfield Y-29, Genk, Belgium Apr 9, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32766 (353rd FS, 354th fg, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Rosieres en Haye airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
					due tom mechanical failure Feb 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32767 (513rd FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Asch airfield Y-29, Genk, Belgium Apr 13, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32769 (397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Frankfurt/Rhein-Main airfield Y-73, Frankfurt,
					Germany Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32771 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Fritzlar Airfield Y-86, Fritzlar Hesse, Germany
					May 8, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32772 (377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing SE of Nurnberg, Germany
					due to engine failure Apr 29, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32774 (366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 2 1/2 mi SW of Tol-Croix de Metz
					Airfield A-90, Lorraine, France Mar 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32775 (509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Vianden, Luxembourg Jan 10, 1945.  MACR 11778.
					Pilot killed.
				32780 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Luneville airfield Y-2, France Mar 20, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				32781 (53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AA while strafing locomotive near Bergheim, Germany and crashed at
					Eckum near Rommerskirchen, Germany Feb 2, 1945.  MACR 12285.  Pilot killed.
				32785 (389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Munster-Handorf Airfield Y-94, Munster, Germany
					Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32786 (389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 believed flown by Hptm Friedrich-Wilhelm Fahnert of
					JG 26/5 near Monchengladbach, Germany Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12809.  Pilot killed.
				32787 (396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Frankfurt/Rhein-Main airfield Y-73, Frankfurt, Germany
					Apr 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32788 (314th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA 1 mi NW of Russheim, Germany Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14039.
					Pilot killed.
				32790 (356th FS, 354th Fg, 9th AF) in cakeoff accident at Rosieres En Haye Airfield A-98, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France
					Jan 29, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32794 (508th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at St-Trond airfield A-92 Sint-Truiden, Belgium
					Mar 1, 1945. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32798 Delivered November 12, 1944.   Assigned to 413th FG/1st AF at Bluenthal Army Air Field, NC, December 1944.
					Assigned to 120th AAF Base Unit, Richmond AAF, VA, March 1945.  Modified to TP-47D configuration.
					Assigned to 477th BG at Godman AAF, KY, August 1945.  Assigned to 4185th AAF Base Unit/Air Material Command, Independence 
					AAF, IN, January 1946. Stored.  Assigned to 4137th AAF Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK, July 1947.  Stored. SOC: April 1949.
					Transferred to Venezuelan AF, 1947.  To Cornerstone Aircraft Parts, Cooper City, FL, June 29, 1999-2002.
					Registered as N987R 29Jun99, cancelled Oct 22, 2004.  Displayed at the Hill Aerospace Museum, UT, November 2003-2014. 
					Owned by The Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah.
				32802 crashlanded at Camp Springs AAF, MD Jan 5, 1945.
				32804 crashed on takeoff at Seymour Johnson AAF, NC Jul 2, 1945.
				32809 (MSN 399-53770) to Venezuelan AF as FAV 10B-36.  On display at Maracay.
				32814 to Venezuelan AF as FAV 8A-36 Apr 5, 1949.  Displayed, Fort Tiuna, Caracas, 1982.  To gate guard at
					Escuela Superior de la Fuerza Aerea, Caracas, 1980-1991.  To Museo Aeronautico, Maracay-El libertador AB, 
					2001-2002. Stored dismantled.  Returned to USA and registered N47FF to Kermit Weeks Jul 18, 2003.  
				32817 (MSN 399-53778) Delivered to Venezuelan Air Force 1949 as 15B-36. Later displayed at Venemaica, Caracas.
					To Aztec Capital Corp then World Jet Inc, 9Jan95.  Registered N767WJ to Jack A Erickson, Beaverton, 
					OR, May 26, 1995. Sold Jun 11, 2007 and registered to Lewis Aeronautical LLC, San Antonio, TX, CA, 
					Jul 16, 2007, reregistered to Lewis Vintage Collection LLC Nov 8, 2010, current as "Balls Out".
				32828 (10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) in take off accident at Toul/Ochey airfield A-96, France Mar 28, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32829 (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3/4 mi S of Medelsheim, Germany Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12939.
					Pilot bailed out but fate unknown.
				32857 to Italian AF as MM4615
				32881 crashed Jan 23, 1945 7 mi NW of Dutton, Ontario, CA.  Pilot killed.
				32912 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Fritzlar Airfield Y-86, Fritzlar Hesse, Germany
					May 3, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32934 (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Pegnitz, Germany Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 13750.
					Pilot killed.
				32948 (512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 14 mi SW of Braunschweig, Germany Apr 9, 1945.
					MACR 14457.  Pilot killed.
				32953 (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Mannheim/Sandhofen Airfield Y-79, Mannheim,
					Germany Apr 21, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32954 (377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing trucks near Gottingen, Germany.
					Engine quit and aircraft made wheels-up belly landing SW of Hedemunden, Germany Apr 5, 1945.
					MACR 13844.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				32955 (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while bombing marshalling year at Homburg, Germany
					Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12618.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				32957 (388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF0 shot down by AAA 3 mi SW of Elsdorf, Germany Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12732.
					Pilot killed.
				32960 (53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) crashed into hill after strafing trucks near Hadamar, Germany Mar 10, 1945.
					MACR 12793.  Pilot killed.
				32961 (406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13132.  Pilot
					bailed out and evaded capture.
				32963 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) hit by 40-mm AAA while strafing locomotives 3 mi W of Kaiserslautern, Germany
					Feb 15, 1945 and made belly landing 3.5 km NW of Landstuhl, Germany Feb 15, 1945.  MACR 12383.
					Pilot survived and became POW.
				32965 (507th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at St-Trond Airfield A-92 Sint-Truiden, Belgium
					Mar 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32968 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Florennes/Juzaine Airfield A-78 Florennes, Belgium
					Jan 29, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				32971 (326th Ferry Squadron, 1st transport Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at St-Trond Airfield A-92, Sint-Truiden,
					Belgium while on ferry flight Jan 22, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				32974 (377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA while strafing vehicle at Bell, Germany Mar 14, 1945.
					MACR 13107.  Pilot killed.
				32975 (404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA SE of Hecken, Germany Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13109.
					Pilot killed.
				32976 (313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing targets at Bad Aibling, Germany Apr 25, 1945.
					MACR 14160.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				32977 (23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi W of Olpe, Germany after strafing barrage
					balloons Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13099.  Pilot killed.
				32978 (367th FS, 356th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AA and crashed near Kurtzenhausen, France Jan 29 1945.
					MACR 12059.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				32982 (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-47D 42-27171 over Pforzheim, Germany Mar 1, 1945.
					MACR 12832.  Pilot bailed out and was either a POW or evaded capture.
				32991 (404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-14/AS believed flown by Fw Rudolf Nebgen of JG 27/7
					S of Heiligenstadt, Germany Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13841.  Pilot bailed out, fate unknown.
				32994 (395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) crashed near Quierschied, Germany due to bad weather Apr 13, 1945.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				32996 (316th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Luneville airfield Y-2, France Mar 27, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				32997 (315h FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA 10 mi NE of Heilbronn, Germany Apr 1, 1945.  MACR 13653.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				32999 (508th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at St-Trond Airfield A-92 Sint-Truiden, Belgium
					Mar 19,1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33002 (326th Ferry Squadron, 1st Transport Group, 9th AF) crashed during wheels up belly landing 1 mi N of Gangelt, Germany 
					while on ferry flight Feb 4, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33003 (313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Toul/Ochey airfield A-96, France Apr 17, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33005 (366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing airfield near Amberg, Germany and made wheels-up
					belly landing 2 mi SE of Amberg, Germany Apr 11, 1945.  MACr 13747.  Pilot survived and was MIA but 
					returned to duty.
				33012 (404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109K-4 flown by Hptm Ernst-Georg Altnorthoff of JG 27/6
					10 mi NW of Heilgenstadt, Germany Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13840.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				33016 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing marshalling yeard in Germany Mar 19, 1945.
					MACR 13178.  Pilot bailed out but MIA and fate unknown.
				33022 (367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Holzkirchen, Germany Apr 25, 1945.  MACR 14136.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				33023 (316th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) in takeoff accident at Luneville airfield Y-2, France Feb 15, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33026 (510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Halver, Germany Mar 14, 1945.  MACR 13023.  Pilot killed.
				33032 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Niedermendig airfield Y-62, Mendig, Germany Apr 9, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33034 (313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Toul/Ochey Airfield A-96, France Mar 19, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33036 (406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 10 mi E of Nurenburg, Germany after
					being damaged while strafing trucks Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14092.  Pilot survived and evaded capture.
				33037 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA NW of Gross Gerau, Germany Mar 20, 1945.  MACR 13183.
					Made wheels-up belly landing in plowed field.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown
				33039 (366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing 2 mi S oF Holzheim, Germany Apr 26, 1945.
					MACR 14161.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				33041 crashed near Pelhrimove, Cheb County, Czechoslovakia Mar 1945.
				33043 (379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) shot down by 40mm AAA while strafing train in marshalling yard at
					Leinfeld, Germany and crashed at Worbis, Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13663.  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				33048 (512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109K-4 flown by Fw Gunther Tschertner of JG 27/13
					at Ascheberg, SW of Munster, Germany Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 12696.  Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				33054 (316th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) in landing accident  1/2 mi NW of Echterdingen Baden-Wurttenberg, Germany
					May 7, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33057 (513rd FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) in midair collision over Munster-Handorf airfield Y-94, Germany Apr 26, 1945.
					Able to land.  Aircraft badly damsged, unknown if repaired.
				33060 (316th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Luneville airfield Y-2, France Apr 8, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33066 (522nd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional)  shot down by AAa 7 mi WNW of Heilbronn, 
					Germany Apr 2, 1945.  MACR 13649.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33070 (65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing storage tanks near campo San Pierto, Italy
					Mar 7, 1945.  MACR 12097.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33072 (527th FS, 86th FG, 12th TAC) in taxiing accident at marseilled/Marignane airfield, Marignane, France
					Feb 23, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33074 March 24, 1945 (345th Fighter Squadron 350th Fighter Group 12th Air Force) Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire While 
					Strafing Some Gondolas and Boxcars Northeast of Ghedi Italy While on a Dive Bombing Mission on The Railroad Bridge at San Michele Italy. 
					Headed Home But Crashed Between Matova and Reggio Italy. MACR 13379. Pilot Bailed Out and Was Rescued By Partisans. 
				33078 April 20, 1945 (346th Fighter Squadron 350th Fighter Group 12th Air Force) Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire 
					While Strafing a Truck at Castelfranco Italy While on a Dive Bombing Mission in The Po Valley Italy. Pilot Made Wheels Up 
					Belly Landing 5 Miles Southwest of Castelfranco Italy. Aircraft Tumbled Over and Over Tearing off The Vertical Stabilizer and 
					Came to Rest on its Back.MACR 14007.  Pilot Was Killed. 
				33082 to Italian AF as MM4657
				33089 April 25, 1945 (345th Fighter Squadron 350th Fighter Group 12th Air Force) Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire South of 
					Piacenza Italy While on a Armed Reconnaissance Mission 10 Miles West of Piacenza Italy. Made Wheels Up Belly Landing 
					South of Roveleto Italy. Pilot Survived and Was Rescued By Civilians Who Hid Him Until Allied Troops Arrived.   MACR 14017 
				33090 Lend-Lease to Brazil.  Later renumbered FAB 4126
				33091 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF0 shot down by AAA 17 mi NE of Bonn, Germany Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 14041.
					Pilot killed.
				33093 Lend-Lease to Brazil.  Operated by 1st Brazilian FG in Italy.  Later renumbered FAB 4127
				33095 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) collided with 2 P-47Ds (42-28343 and 42-29009)
					in midair near Delaramy, France Feb 26, 1945.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				33097 Lend-Lease to Brazil.  Later renumbered FAB 4128
				33098 Lend-Lease to France
				33099 April 22, 1945 (345th Fighter Squadron 350th Fighter Group 12th Air Force) Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire 
					During a Rocket Attack on Pontoon Sections on The Po River Italy While on a Armed Reconnaissance Mission to Ostiglia Italy. 
					Aircraft Crashed Near San Benedetto Italy. MACR 14062. Pilot Was Killed
				33104 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Luneville airfield Y-2, France Mar 21, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33110 (23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Le Culot airfield A-89, Belgium due to explosion Mar 19, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33111 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) in take off accident at Eschborn Airfield Y-74, Hesse, Germany Apr 26, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33113 (373rd FG, 412nd FS) lost Venlo AB Y-55, Netherlands Apr 23, 1945.
				33116 (378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA D of Ddr Ingelheim, Germany Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12880.
					Pilot believed killed.
				33119 (394th FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) shot dowen by AAA Kelheim, Germany Apr 24, 1945.  MACR 14094.  Pilot killed.
				33121 (391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Munster-Handorf  Airfield Y-94, Munster, Germany
					May 3, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33128 (506th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA in Siebrugh Area E of Bonn, Germany Mar 14, 1945. Headed home
					until engine failed and crashed 6 mi NNE of Kaskirehen, Germany.   MACR 13102.  Pilot bailed out, fate unknown.
				33131 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 3 mi NE of Edesheim, France due to
					engine failure Mar 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33132 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Niedermendig airfield Y-62, Mendig, Germany Apr 13, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33133 (412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF) in take-off accident at Venlo Airfield Y-55, Netherlands Apr 23, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33135 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 10 mi SW of
					Ansbach, Germany Apr 9, 1945.  MACR 13701.  Pilot killed.
				33137 (MSN 4098) 526th Fighter Squadron, 86th Fighter Group, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany;  In 1945, after the war ended in the Netherland, the USAF 
					and RAF organized an exhibition on Shiphol airport and the centre of Amsterdam  named “Wings of Victory”.  One of the planes was P 47D 30 RA thunderbolt  registration 44-33137.
					The plane had the name Thumper, the rabbit in Disney’s Bambi film.71th fighter wing , 366 th fighter group, 9 th AF based at Thruxton, UK.
					Accident 29Dec47 landing at Neubiberg; Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 7173; WFU
				33138 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) crashed into mountain in overcast N of Limburg, Germany Mar 10, 1945.  MACR 12976.
					Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				33142 (Base Air Depot Area, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Gatehouse of Fleet Bay, Scotland
					Feb 16, 1945.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				33144 (373rd FG, 412th FS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Venlo Airfield Y-55, Netherlands Apr 3, 1945. Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed. 
				33145 (314th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) in taxiing accident at Luneville airfield Y-2, France May 3, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33151 (396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) crashed after hit by explosion while strafing installation at Ingolstadt,
					E of Baar, Germany Apr 24, 1945. MACR 14095.  Pilot killed.
				33152 (379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit at Birkungen,
					Germany Apr 5, 1945.  MACR 13839.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33158 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi NW of Koblenz, Germany Mar 10, 1945.  MACR 12977.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33161 (510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Gutersloh Airfield Y-99, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
					Apr 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33163 (325th Ferry Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group) crashed from unknown cause in English
					Channel while on ferry flight from RAF Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, England to
					Creil Airfield A-81, France Mar 27, 1945.  MACR 14046.  Pilot killed.
				33175 (387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi SE of Dortmond, Germany Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13164.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				33177 (379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Hammelburg, Germany Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 14213.
					Aircraft made wheels-up belly landing and pilot survived, and believed evaded capture.
				33185 (406th FG, 513th FS) shot down and crashed at Werl Buderich,
					Germany Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13166.  Wreck excavated Aug 27, 2005.
				33186 (405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 5 mi SE of Furth/Industriehafen Airfield
					R-30, Bavaria, Germany due to engine failure Mar 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				33190 (389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Munster-Handorf Airfield Y-94 Munster, Germany
					Apr 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33193 (367th FG, 393rd FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause near Malchen, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13329.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown
				33201 (395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Metz airfield Y-34, France Apr 4, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33202 (494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Honnef, Germany Mar 13, 1945.  
					MACR 13010.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				33205 (397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) crashed into hill while strafing motor transport vehicle near Densberg,
					Germany Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13622.  Pilot killed.
				33211 (512th FS, 4-6th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-47D 44-20561 over Neuss, Germany Mar 10 1945.
					Able to land.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33232 (23rdFS, 36th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Le Culot airfield A-89, Belgium Mar 20, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33233 (513rd FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause NW of Wesel, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13503.
					Pilot bailed out, fate unknown.
				33234 (377th FS, 362nd FG) shot down by AAA at Boppard, Germany Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14043.
					Pilot bailed out and believed evaded capture.
				33238 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Elsaffthal, Germany Mar 15, 1945.  MACR 13095.  Pilot bailed
					out but MIA and fate unknown
				33239 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) crshed from unknown cause 7 mi E of Uckerath, Germany Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13331.
					Pilot killed.
				33240 (366th FS, 358th FG, "Tarheel Hal")
				33242 (10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause near Limbach, Germany Apr 6, 1945.  MACR 13627.
					Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				33253 (404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Eschborn Airfield Y-74, Hesse, Germany May 3, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33260 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA SE of Sieburg, Germany Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13218.  Pilot killed.
				33266 (310th Ferry Squadron, 31st Ferrying Group, 8th AF) crashed at Beauvais Airfield A-61, Picardy, France due
					to engine failure while on a ferry flight Mar 22, 1945.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed
				33267 Lend-Lease to France
				33268 (511th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ophoven Airfield Y-32, Belgium Mar 19, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33269 (313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Giebelstadt Airfield Y-90, Bavaria, Germany Apr 26, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33274 (379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Verdun/Etain-Rouvres Airfield A-82, Verdun, France
					Mar 27, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33284 (1st Base Air Dept, 8th AF) crash landed at Woods Farm Newton, Cambridgeshire, England due to
					engine faire Feb 19, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33290 (406th FG, 514th FS, 9th AF) shot down by 88-mm AAA NW of Haltern, Germany Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13221.
					Pilot believed killed.
				33291 (509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA E of Dortmund, Germany Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13577.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				33297 (527th FS, 86th FG, 12th TAC) shot down by AAA 10 mi E of Karlsruhe, Germany Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13235.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW
				33300 (509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Ophoven Airfield Y-32, Belgium Apr 4, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33308 (513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAAN of Wesel, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13511.  Pilot bailed
					out and evaded capture.
				33316 (378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Frankfurt/Rhein-Main Airfield Y-73 Frankfurt, Germany
					Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33318 (512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing train at Wohwinkel, 10 mi E of Dusseldorf,
					Germany Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12608.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33319 (405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause while strafing vehicles at Bad Kostrirtz, Germany
					Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13659.  Pilot killed.
				33326 (405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Werteim Airfield Y-88, Germany Apr 9, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33330 (314th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) in taxiing accident at Luneville airfield Y-2, France May 3, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33337 (524th FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) in taxiing accident at Biblis Airfield Y-78,
					Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Apr 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33340 Lend-Lease to France
				33341 Lend-Lease to France
				33343 Lend-Lease to France
				33356 Lend-Lease to France
				33357 (367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with unknown P-47D and crashed at Attenweiler, 25 mi
					SW of Ulm, Germany Apr 22, 1945.  MACR 14109.  Pilot killed.
				33360 Lend-Lease to France
				33361 Lend-Lease to France
				33369 Lend-Lease to France
				33376/33409 Lend-Lease to France
				33410 (524th FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) in landing accident at Biblis Airfield Y-78
					Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Apr 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33411 (392nd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) crashed while strafing airfield 2 mi W of Schweinfurt, Germany Apr 4, 1945.
					MACR 13843.  Pilot killed.
				33416 (394th FS, 367th FG)
				33420 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) crashed into side of hill 1 /4 mi S of Blickweiler, Germany after unable
					to pull out of dive Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 15889.  Pilot killed.
				33425 (509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Kitzingen Airfield R-6, Bavaria, Germany May 1, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33430 to Italian AF as MM4634
				33434 Lend-Lease to France
				33435 Lend-Lease to France
				33441 assigned Evansville, IN.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
					Langley Field, VA Jan 25, 1945 to Oct 2, 1948.  Assigned Wright Field, OH
				33450 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) in landing accident at Biblis Airfield Y-78
					Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Apr 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft damaged but believed repaired.
				33451 Lend-Lease to France
				33453 (493rd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while attacking tanks 2 mi SW of Altenkirchen,
					Germany Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14042.  Pilot killed.
				33475 (378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) in taxxing accident at Illesheim Airfield R-10, Germany May 8, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Repaired and transferred to Italian AF as MM4607
				33476 Lend-Lease to France
				33481 (326th Ferry Squadron, 1st Transport Group, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 8 mi E of
					St-Trond Airfield A-92 Sint-Truiden, Belgium due to engine failure while on ferry flight Mar 13, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33483 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) in landing accident at Biblis Airfield Y-78
					Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Apr 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33485 (23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing locomotive 6 mi NW of Eilenburg, Germany
					Apr 18, 1945.  MACR 14381.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33486 (377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing train near Eschwege, Germany and crash landed 1 mi
					W of Witzenhausen, Germany Apr 1, 1945.  MACR 13669.  Pilot survived and was returned to military control.
				33492 (406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Metz Airfield Y-34, France. Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33495 (397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-47D 42-28939 and crashed 2 mi S of Munnerstadt,
					Germany Apr 15, 1945.  MACR 14207.  Pilot bailed out and survived.
				33502 (388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Weyerbush, Germany Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13333.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33505 (525th FS, 86th FG, 12th TAC) in takeoff accident at Tantonville Airfield Y-1, Lorraine, France Apr 2, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33508 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) in taxiing accident at Saint Dizier Airfield
					A-64, France Mar 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33509 (48th FG, 492nd FS) crashed May 17, 1945 near Windsheim, Germany.  Pilot bailed out
				33513 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) shot down by AAA while strafing train 
					20 mi E of of Strasbourg, S of  Karlsruhe, Germany Mar 26, 1945.  MACR 13460.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33532 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels up belly landing 1/2 mi E of Munster, Germany after ran
					out of fiel Apr 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33535 Lend-Lease to France
				33549 (387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Fritzlar Airfield Y-86, Fritzlar Hesse, Germany
					May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33553 P-47D April 22, 1945 (345th Fighter Squadron 350th Fighter Group 12th Air Force)  Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire 
					While Passing North of San Benedetto Italy While on a Armed Reconnaissance Mission to Ostiglia Italy. MACR 14063.  Pilot Was Killed. 
				33562 (390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Asch Airfield Y-29, Genk, Belgium Apr 5, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33566 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) shot down by 40-mm AA while strafing trains 5 mi NE of Triberg, Germany
					Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14313.  Pilot killed.
				33570 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 mi W of Grieshem, Germany Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14044.
					Pilot killed.
				33574 (316th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) hit by AAA while strafing airfield NE of Munich, Germany and made wheels-up
					belly landing at north edge of Granech, Germany Apr 24, 1945.  MACR 14104.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				33575 (513rd FS, 406th FG, 9th AF) crshed near Eckernforde, Germany in bad weather May 3, 1945.  MACR 14355.
					Pilot MIA anf fate unknown.
				33582 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA E of Riesa, Germany Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14214.  Pilot
					survived and became POW
				33585 to Italian AF as MM4623
				33590 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional)  crashed after hitting trees while strafing
					motor vehicles N of Ennabeuren, Germany Apr 21, 1945.  MACR 14135.  Pilot killed.
				33591 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Ansbach Airfield R-45, Katterbac, Ghermany May 8, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33592 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Conflans-en-Jarnisy Airfield A-94, France Apr 5, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33605 served with 104th FS, 375th FW of Maryland ANG at Harbor Field, Baltimore, Maryland
					between 1946 and 1951.
				33606 Lend-Lease to France
				33607 (10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Giebelstadt Airfield Y-90, Bavaria, Germany
					May 7, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, but repaired and transferred to Italian AF as MM4638
				33608 (389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Asch Airfield Y-92, Genk, Belgium Apr 11, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33620 Lend-Lease to France
				33624 Lend-Lease to France
				33625 (64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF) crashed 3/4 mi S of Modena, Italy due to engine failure Apr 19, 1945.
					MACR 14067.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				33627 Lend-Lease to France
				33630 (378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA and crashed at Dingelstadt, Germany Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13842.
					Pilot killed.
				33631 Lend-Lease to France
				33640 Lend-Lease to France
				33647 Lend-Lease to France
				33648 Lend-Lease to France
				33649 (326th Ferry Squadron, 1st Transport Group, 9th AF) in forced landing at Creil Airfield A-81 Oise, France
					due to mechanical failure while on ferry flight Mar 28, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33652 Lend-Lease to France
				33653 Lend-Lease to France
				33654 to Italian AF as MM4654
				33655 Lend-Lease to France
				33657 (393rd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Viechtach, Germany Apr 25, 1945.  MACR 14093.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				33660 to Italian AF as MM4613
				33663 Lend-Lease to France
				33664 Lend-Lease to France
				33668 (378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Frankfurt/Rhein-Main Airfield Y-73, Frankfurt, Germany
					Apr 29, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33669 to Italian AF as MM4622
				33670/33678 Lend-Lease to France
				33679 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war.
				33680/33709 Lend-Lease to France
				33710 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33711 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33712 to Turkish AF as TC-21; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul	
				33713 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33715 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33716 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33717 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33718 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33720 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33721 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33722 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33725 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33727 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33728 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33730 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33732 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33733 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33734 Lend-Lease to France
				33735 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33737 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33738 Lend-Lease to Mexico in 1944 for use in Philippines by EAP 201.  Remained in Philippines after the war
				33742 (386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Fritzlar Airfield Y-86, 
					Fritalar Hesse, Germany due to engine failure Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired.
				33745 (377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Herzogenaurach Airfield R-29, Germany Apr 29, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33761 Lend-Lease to France
				33764 Lend-Lease to France
				33768 Lend-Lease to France
				33769 Lend-Lease to France
				33773 to Turkish AF as 7164.
				33746 to Italian AF as MM4645
				33793 (315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 3-4 mi NE of Molsheim, Germany after
					ran out of fuel Apr 22, 1945.  
				33801 to Italian AF as MM4655
				33811 to Italian AF as MM4662.
				33813 (509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Kitzingen Airfield R-6, Bavaria, Germany May 1, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				33820 to Italian AF as MM4665.
				33821 (86th FBG) crashed at Egmating, Germany July 7, 1950 after losing control
					during simulated combat.  Pilot killed.
				33824 to Italian AF as MM4668
				33825 to Italian AF as MM4631
				33836 (387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Fritzlar Airfield Y-86 Fritzlar Hesse, Germany
					May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				33839 to Italian AF as MM4625
				33854 (522nd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, attached to 1st Tactical Air Force Provisional) crashed during wheels-up 
					belly landing 2 mi E of Biblis Airfield Y-78 Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany Apr 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, 
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
44-33868/34097		Canadian Vickers OA-10A Catalina 
				Canadian-built Catalina (PBV-1A) from Navy contract (BuNo 67832/68061, MSN CV304/CV608) delivered to USAAF.  
				Survivors redesignated A-10A in 1948.
				33868 (MSN CV304) ex USN BuNo 67832.  To Chile AF as 405, later 560,
					named "Manu-Tara".  Crashed in Penuelas Lake during crew training
					flight Jun 15, 1961 and SOC Jul 21, 1961
				33869 (MSN CV305) ex USN BuNo 67833.  To N67134
				33870 (MSN CV306)
				33871 (MSN CV307) es USN BuNo 67903.  To Cuban AF as 191
				33872 (MSN CV322)
				33873 (MSN CV323)
				33874 (MSN CV324) ex USN BuNo 67838.  To RCAF as 11068, then to Brazil as FAB 6523.  Discharged 1968.
				33875 (MSN CV325) (2nd ERS) destroyed during Japanese air raid on Morotai Nov 25, 1944.
				33876 (MSN CV326)
				33877 (c/v CV327) (2nd ERS) ran out of fuel due to enemy action near Morotai Oct 26, 1944
					and crashlanded in open sea
				33878 (MSN CV328).
				33879 (MSN CV330)
				33880 (MSN CV332, ex BuNo 67844). Became TF-RVR, then CF-FKV, then F-WMKS, then No 32 of 
					French Navy, then F-YCHB.  Bought by Chile in 1973, owned by ASPAR of Chile as water 
					bomber.  Sold in 1990 to Aerocondor of Peru as water bomber and operated as CC-CDT (but CC indicates Chile)
				33881 (MSN CV334) .
				33882 (MSN CV336) ex USN BuNo 67846.  TO RCAF as 11072, then to Brazil as FAB 6526.  Discharged 1982.
				33883 (MSN CV338) 
				33884 (MSN CV340, ex BuNo 67848).  
				33885 (MSN CV342) crashed into wave on takeoff after rescue near Balikpapan, Borneo Jun 25, 1945 with
					14 on board.  3 were killed and ship sank after 40 minutes.
				33886 (MSN CV344)
				33887 (MSN CV346) 
				33888 (MSN CV348)
				33889 (MSN CV350) lost Oct 13, 1944, SW Pacific.
				33890 (MSN CV352)
				33891 (MSN CV354)
				33892 (MSN CV356)
				33893 (MSN CV358)
				33894 (MSN CV360)
				33895 (MSN CV362)
				33896 (MSN CV364)
				33997 (MSN CV366)
				33998 (MSN CV368)
				33999 (MSN CV370)
				33900 (MSN CV372)
				33901 (MSN CV374)
				33902 (MSN CV376)
				33903 (MSN CV378)
				33904 (MSN CV380)
				33905 (MSN CV382)
				33906 (MSN CV384)
				33907 (MSN CV386) ex BuNo 67871. to civil registry as XY-ABX, VR-HEV and cancelled Dec 15, 1950.  Impounded in China.
				33908 (MSN CV388) with 4th ERS landed at sea to rescue crew of ditched B-29 May 29, 1945.  On takeoff,
					aircraft hit a wave and damaged left engine and prop flew off, injuring pilot.  US submarine Tigrone
					SS-419 answered distress call and recovered both crews.  Tigrone sunk damaged PBY with gunfire.
					Injured pilot died on sub and 3 of B-29 crew were lost in ditching.
				33909 (MSN CV390)
				33910 (MSN CV392)
				33911 (MSN CV394)
				33912 (MSN CV396) ex BuNo 67876.  To C-131
				33913 (MSN CV398)
				33914 (MSN CV400)
				33915 (MSN CV402) landed in North Sea Mar 30, 1945 to rescue pilot of downed
					P-51D but unable to take off due to engine problems.  Strafed
					and sunk by Me 262s the next day.  All occupants escaped.  The
					PBY currently flying in this color scheme is actually G-PBYA,
					a Canadian-built aircraft with no US service.
				33916 (MSN CV404)
				33917 (MSN CV406) (5th ERS) damaged on landing Mar 30, 1945 in North Sea while on rescue mission.  Later sank.  Crew
					rescued by ARS launch. 
				33918 (MSN CV408)
				33919 (MSN CV410)
				33920 (MSN CV412)
				33921 (MSN CV414) ex BuNo 67885.  To Colombian AF
				33922 (MSN CV416) ex BuNo 67886.  To Colombian AF
				33923 (MSN CV418)
				33924 (MSN CV420) ex BuNo 67888.  To CF-NCJ.  Wfu 1973
				33925 (MSN CV422) ex BuNo 67889.  To NC95494, C-43E, HK-43E, VP-BAB,
					to CF-HGE in 1956.  W/o Sep 13, 1962 at Sept Isles
				33926 (MSN CV424)
				33927 (MSN CV426) 
				33928 (MSN CV428)
				33929 (MSN CV430) ex BuNo 67893.  To CF-NJC
				33930 (MSN CV432)
				33931 (MSN CV434)
				33932 (MSN CV436)
				33933 (MSN CV438)
				33934 (MSN CV440)
				33935 (MSN CV442)
				33936 (MSN CV444)
				33937 (MSN CV446)
				33938 (MSN CV448) 
				33939 (MSN CV450) ex BuNo 67835.  To Cuban AF as 190
				33940 (MSN CV451)
				33941 (MSN CV452)
				33942 (MSN CV453) 
				33943 (MSN CV454)
				33944 (MSN CV455)
				33945 (MSN CV456)
				33946 (MSN CV457)
				33947 (MSN CV458)
				33948 (MSN CV459)
				33949 (MSN CV460)
				33950 (MSN CV461)
				33951 (MSN CV462)
				33952 (MSN CV463)
				33953 (MSN CV464)
				33954 (MSN CV465) ex US Navy 67918.  Now as Alaskan Historical Museum,
					Anchorage, AK as N44BY.  Aircraft had been recovered from Dago Lake,
					whether abandoned there or sunk is not certain.
				33955 (MSN CV466) 
				33956 (MSN CV467)
				33957 (MSN CV468)
				33958 (MSN CV469)
				33959 (MSN CV470)
				33960 (MSN CV471)
				33961 (MSN CV472)
				33962 (MSN CV473)
				33963 (MSN CV474) crashed 4 mi NNE of NAS Kaneohe, HI Aug 8, 1946.  8 killed.
				33964 (MSN CV475) 
				33965 (MSN CV476) ex BuNo 67929.  Lend-Lease to RAF as FT997. Operated by 45 Group RAF based in Canada 
					for air-sea rescue support for transatlantic ferry flights. Returned to USAAF. To Peru AF as 379
				33966 (MSN CV477) Lend-Lease to RAF as FT998.   Operated by 45 Group RAF based in Canada for air-sea 
					rescue support for transatlantic ferry flights.  To Canadian AF as FT998.  To Argentine Navy as 2-P-11.
					WFU Sep 1947.
				33967 (MSN CV478) Lend-Lease to RAF as FT999. Operated by 45 Group RAF based in Canada for air-sea rescue support 
					for transatlantic ferry flights.
				33968 (MSN CV479)
				33969 (MSN CV480)
				33970 (MSN CV481)
				33971 (MSN CV482)
				33972 (MSN CV483) ex US Navy 67936.  Now as C-GFFC with SLAFCO at Moses Lake, WA.
				33973 (MSN CV484)
				33974 (MSN CV485)
				33975 (MSN CV486)
				33976 (MSN CV487)
				33978 (MSN CV488)
				33978 (MSN CV489) ex BuNo 67942.  To N67135, XB-GET
				33979 (MSN CV490)
				33980 (MSN CV491)
				33981 (MSN CV492)
				33982 (MSN CV493)
				33983 (MSN CV494) 
				33984 (MSN CV495)
				33985 (MSN CV496)
				33986 (MSN CV497)
				33987 (MSN CV498)
				33988 (MSN CV499)
				33989 (MSN CV500) ex BuNo 67953.  To N79910
				33990 (MSN CV5010
				33991 (MSN CV502) ex BuNo 67955.  To Peruvian AF as 378
				33992 (MSN CV503)
				33993 (MSN CV504)
				33994 (MSN CV505)
				33995 (MSN CV506)
				33996 (MSN CV507) ex BuNo 67960.  To Colombian AF
				33997 (MSN CV508)
				33998 (MSN CV509)
				33999 (MSN CV510)
				34000 (MSN CV511) ex BuNo 67964 (ASR/20AF) MIA 8/13/45 PAC.  Also listed as being damaged by high winds
					at Adak, AK Oct 2, 1947, and reclaimed May 11, 1948.
				34001 (MSN CV512)
				34002 (MSN CV513)
				34003 (MSN CV514) 
				34004 (MSN CV515)
				34005 (MSN CV516)
				34006 (MSN CV517)
				34007 (MSN CV518)
				34008 (MSN CV519) was US Navy BuNo 67972.  To Pacific Overseas Airlines (Siam) in
					1949 as HS-PC205.  Damaged Macao Jul 9, 1949.  Reregistered as HS-POD in 1951.  To Thai Airways 
					Nov 1, 1951 as XT-1401.  Later sold to Civil Air transport and became VT-DID.  Damaged beyond 
					repair Aug 22, 1961.
				34009 (MSN CV520) ex US Navy 67973.  Became N62043, then CF-IWC, then F-WMKR, then 
					No 20 of French Navy, call sign F-YCHA, then CC-CDU.  Now CC-CGY with Aeroservicio
					Parraque Ltda, ASPAR, Chile.  Also reported as having BuNo 67993.  Donated
					about 1993 to Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio de Chile
					and restored to represent Chilean AF 405 "Manu-Tara" (ex 44-33868).
				34010 (MSN CV521)
				34011 (MSN CV522)
				34012 (MSN CV523) ex BuNo 67976.   (5th BG) MIA Jun 5, 1945, S Pacific.
					Also listed as going to Colombian AF as 612, later HK-2115X.
				34013 (MSN CV524) ex BuNo 67977.  To Colombian AF
				34014 (MSN CV525)
				34015 (MSN CV526)
				34016 (MSN CV527)
				34017 (MSN CV528) damaged at Keesler Field, MS Jul 10, 1946
				34018 (MSN CV529) damaged while parked from taxying B-17G 44-8912
					Mar 7, 1945.
				34019 (MSN CV530) transferred to French Navy
				34020 (MSN CV531) ex BuNo 67984.  To Peru AF as 381
				34021 (MSN CV532)
				34022 (MSN CV533)
				34023 (MSN CV534) attached to 1536 AAFBU Hollandia/NGU suffered
					a mechanical failure May 22, 1945 at Sentani Strip (Hollandia).
					Jun 2, 1945 suffered damage from a bird strike.
					MIA Jun 12, 1945 108 mi SW of Anguar Island in South Pacific.
				34024 (MSN CV535) damaged while landing at Broe Bay, Noemfoor Island,
					Netherland East Indies Aug 30, 1945.
				34025 (MSN CV536) 
				34026 (MSN CV537)
				34027 (MSN CV538)
				34028 (MSN CV539)
				34029 (MSN CV540)
				34030 (MSN CV541)
				34031 (MSN CV542) ex BuNo 67995.  to civil registry as XY-ABH in 1947
				34032 (MSN CV543)
				34033 (MSN CV544)
				34034 (MSN CV545)
				34035 (MSN CV546)
				34036 (MSN CV547)
				34037 (MSN CV548)
				34038 (MSN CV549)
				34039 (MSN CV550)
				34040 (MSN CV551)
				34041 (MSN CV552) to US Coast Guard as 041 by Feb 1949
				34042 (MSN CV553)
				34043 (MSN CV554)
				34044 (MSN CV555)
				34045 (MSN CV556)
				34046 (MSN CV557)
				34047 (MSN CV558)
				34048 (MSN CV559)
				34049 (MSN CV560) ex BuNo 68013.  To civil registry CV-GLX, N3000T (ntu).
					In 1990 was C-FGLX, up for sale.  Was purchased by user in Orange County, CA for use
					as a water bomber as N322FA.  Was wrecked near Ramona, CA Aug 1, 1997 during a water scooping pass. Separate
					pieces of the aircraft were later salvaged and stored at Riverside-March Air Museum.  Noted still there 
					Sep 2000.  Noted at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Jan 2009, still there Mar 2011.
				34050 (MSN CV561) MIA 6/21/1945, SW Pacific
				34051 (MSN CV562)
				34052 (MSN CV563)
				34053 (MSN CV564)
				34054 (MSN CV565) transferred to RAAF and sold in 1950.
				34055 (MSN CV566)
				34056 (MSN CV567)
				34057 (MSN CV568)
				34058 (MSN CV569)
				34059 (MSN CV570) condemned for salvage Sep 30, 1945 after accident.
				34060 (MSN CV571)
				34061 (MSN CV572)
				34062 (MSN CV573)
				34063 (MSN CV574) transferred to French Navy
				34064 (MSN CV575)
				34065 (MSN CV576) condemned for salvage Jul 1, 1946
				34066 (MSN CV577) Suppled to Egypt Oct 1946, later to civil registry as XY-ABY
				34067 (MSN CV578). Damaged during during practice landings in Tampa Bay, Jan 8, 1948. sank, condemned for salvage
					7th GC Sqn, 55th Recce Grp, 311 PW Wing trainee pilot killed by spinning prop , after opening escape hatch too soon.
				34068 (MSN CV579) crashed near Marrak, Greenland Aug 9, 1945 with 1st Arctic Search and Rescue Squadron.
					All aboard killed.
				34069 (MSN CV580)
				34070 (MSN CV581)
				34071 (MSN CV582)
				34072 (MSN CV583) ex BuNo 68036.  to civil registry as XY-ABW
				34073 (MSN CV584) 
				34074 (MSN CV585)
				34075 (MSN CV586)
				34076 (MSN CV587)
				34077 (MSN CV588) ex BuNo 68041.  To XY-ABY, to XT-147
				34078 (MSN CV589)
				34079 (MSN CV590)
				34080 (MSN CV591) shot down in Tokyo Bay 8/13/1945.  One crew member survived.
				34081 (MSN CV592) ex BuNo 68045.   To Cathay Pacific Airways Nov 1946, then operated by Macau Air Transport 1948-1962
					as VR-HDH.  Sold to Trans Australian Airlines
					in 1962 as VH-SBV.  WFU May 1966.
					Remained derelict until imported from New
					Guinea into New Zealand in 1979.  Now 
					undergoing restoration by RNZAF Museum.
				34082 (MSN CV593) ex BuNo 68046.  To civil registry as PI-C258, VR-HDS, VT-DEX, SE-XAD, SE-BUB,
					VP-KKJ, N1508V
				34083 (MSN CV594)
				34084 (MSN CV595)
				34085 (MSN CV596)
				34086 (MSN CV597)
				34087 (MSN CV598)
				34088 (MSN CV599)
				34089 (MSN CV600)
				34090 (MSN CV601)
				34091 (MSN CV602)
				34092 (MSN CV603)
				34093 (MSN CV604) ex BuNo 68057.  To Chile AF as 406, later 561,
				34094 (MSN CV605, ex BuNo 68058) to civilian registry as NC65715,
					then TF-RNG, then CF-DFB, finally C-FDFB and is preserved at 
					Botwood, Newfoundland. 
				34095 (MSN CV606)
				34096 (MSN CV607) crashed 25 mi SW of Grants, NM Aug 1, 1945 while on flight from Hunter Field, GA to Mather Field, CA.
					All 7 onboard killed
				34097 (MSN CV608)
44-34098/34217		Douglas A-26B-45-DL Invader
				MSN 27377/27496
				34098 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed into Yellow Sea Apr 19, 1952.
				34099 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 820?
				34100 subsequently converted to A-26D.
				34102 (MSN 27381) to civil registry as N4060A, crashed while
					firebombing at Hubbards Fork, KY Mar 5, 1963
				34103 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at
					Jeddah in 1976.
				34104 (B-26B, cn 27383) sold on commercial market as
					N9484Z.  To Nicaragua in 1963 as
					FAN 420.  Reserialed FAN 604.  Became N99420 in 1977 trade.  Now
					registered as N99420 with Military Aircraft Restoration Corp of
					Anaheim, CA.  No evidence of a N99429 registration.
				34108 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17677.
				34109 (B-26C) (MSN 27388) SOC Mar52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 18Apr52 for service in Indochina.
					 Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASQ. 
					Returned to USAF 7Oct55 and scrapped. 
				34110 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 909
				34111 W/O Jul 28, 1950 10 miles east of Langley  (Mid air with 44-35806?? also lost near Langley)
				34112 damaged Dec 12, 1950 nr Elgin, Ok
				34113 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
				34114 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
				34118 damaged Jun 8, 1945 Beaumont-sur-oise, France(?) on takeoff
				34119 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17651 in 1964.
				34120 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5168.  Withdrawn
					June 1968.
				34121 To French AF from 1952 to 19565.  SOC Mar 6, 1958.  To
					Rock Island Oil and Refining Co for conversion to Consort 26
					as N4805E.  Later to Canadian registry with Air Spray (67), 
					Ltd of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada Jan 18, 2001 as C-GHZM tanker.
				34122 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2501
				34124 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 828?
				34126 W/O Apr 19, 1945 Roberts Fd, Liberia
				34127 (MSN 27406) became N4214A, Then XB-ZOA.  2nd LB Smith Tempo II
				34128 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 830
				34130 (B-26B) 405th BS, 38th BG, crash-landed at Laon AB, France, due to engine failure on 12 Feb 1955 (3 crew uninjured)
				34131 (B-26C) to Chile in 1945 as 817.
					w/o Aug 13, 1968.
				34134 sold on civilian market as N4974N.
					Later converted to Le Tourneau B-26 and reregistered N115R, later
					N115RG.  Impounded by Brazil on Jun 21, 1966 and used by
					Brazilian air force as 5176.  Now at Museu de Armas e 
					Velculos Motorizadas Antigos, Bebedouro, Brazil
					Registration N115RG cancelled Sep 30, 2005 as destroyed
					Sep 14, 1971.
				34135 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17673 in 1964.
				34136 (MSN 27415) to civil registry as N8017E.  To CF-KBM.  To Airspray of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada May
					2, 1985 as C-FKBM.  Air Spray #20
				34138 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Fate
					unknown.
				34139 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Fate unknown.
				34141 (TB-26B) damaged Jan 31, 1951 nr Birmingham Al. (mid-air with TB-26B 44-34561)
				34144 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at
					Jeddah in 1976.
				34145 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17665 in 1964.
				34146 (MSN 27425) to civil registry as N5426E.  Crashed at Idaho
					Falls, ID Jul 10, 1973, presumably repaired and reported
					crashing at Grand Valley, CO Jul 16, 1976
				34147 (B-26C) (MSN 27426) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 1Jul54 for service in Indochna.  
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASG. 
					Returned to USAF 31Aug54 and scrapped. 
				34147 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 911.  Conflict here
				34148 to civil registry as N6842D
				34149 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taegu after being
					hit by small arms fire.
				34151 (MSN 27430) reported in 1988 at Flying Tiger Air Museum,
					Paris, TX
				34152 (MSN 27431) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française 
					7Feb56 as serial 7077-C. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France Mar57. 
					Renumbered 44-34152 in March 1959. Accident 28Apr64. SOC 25Oct65
				34153 (MSN 27432) to civil registry as N8022E in 1966 with Consolidated
					Air Parts Corp, Los Angeles, CA.  Reported Nov 1969 to be
					derelict at Tucson, AZ
				34156 (MSN 27435) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as XB-COM, XC-CAZ, 
					N190M.  To USAFM Heritage Program in 1984.  To Aero
					Nostalgia Inc of Stockton Ca Aug 1985, but crashed
					Paris, TX Aug 17, 1985 during delivery flight.  A few parts used to rebuild
					43-22523 (now marked as 434156 at Vance AFB, Oklahoma.  The rear fuselage
					was reported in 1988 to have gone to Travis AFB Museum.
				34158 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2511. w/o Apr 7, 1967 at La Victoria, Caldas
				34160 modified as VB-26B.  Transferred to National Guard.  Last US militry Invader, SOC 1971 and donated to
					NASM
				34161 damaged Apr 8, 1945 North AAF, SC  (taxi accident)
				34162 (MSN 27441)	5th Ferry Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Love Field 27Mar45.
					 Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], 
					Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 7Oct55 and scrapped. 
				34163 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5149.  Refurbished 1968 into B-26C.  Withdrawn 1974.
				34164 W/O Dec 20, 1954 25-miles South East of Springfield, MO. (Eng Failure)
				34165 to civil registry as N9146H, now on display at Edwards AFB Flight Test Museum, CA.
				34167 (B-26C) (MSN 27446) Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 8Aug56. Armée de l'Air Française 14Sep56 
					as serial 570-C. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria 
					from Sep56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYC. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Jan57 to Jul57; radio callsign F-UIWC. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria Jul57; radio callsign F-UIJC; to Jul63; radio callsign F-UIJF. 
					Renumbered 44-34167 in March 1959. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Jul63 to Apr65; radio callsign F-UKEL. WFU Apr65. Disposed of to La Service 
					des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 25Oct65.
				34168 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 819?
				34170 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 821?
				34172 (B-26C) on civil registry as N4806E.  Was imported into England Jul 17, 1986 for 
					restoration; presumably this is still under way.  Noted Aug 2002 stored at
					Norwich, England.  Sold to Association Francaise pour la Recherche et le Beausset, Avignon, France Jul 2011
				34173 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17675 in 1964.
				34174 (452nd BG(Light), 729th BS (Light)) based at George AFB Calif., collided in flight 
					over El Mirage Dry Lake with B-26 44-34677  Aug 24, 1950  All crewmen killed.  
				34184 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17655 in 1964.
				34186 (TB-26C) (MSN 27465) 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France.
					 Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 13Jun60 as serial 44-34186. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Jul60 to Sep63. Modified as RB-26P. Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 
					1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Sep63 to Nov63; Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Apr65; 
					radio callsign F-ULVV. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France 
					from Apr65 to Feb67. WFU Feb67. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), Châteaudun, France. Stored. 
					SOC 27Mar68.
				34190 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2510.  w/o Sept 9, 1956 at Palanquero.
				34194 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
				34196 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5150.  
					Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
				34198 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17679 in 1964.
				34199 (MSN 27478, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1956 as FAP 578.  Renumered FAP 217 in 1960.  Crashed Oct 1965.
				34200 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea Jan 6, 1952.
				34201 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2502.
					w/o Nov 9, 1956 at German Olano Air Base
				34204 damaged Feb 11, 1949 Bedford AB, Ma  (taxi accident)
				34206 (B-26B, MSN 27485) sold on commercial market as
					N86479.  To Nicaragua in 1964 as FAN 422.  Crashed Mar 1967
				34207 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5151.  w/o 
					Aug 9, 1965 at Natal.
				34208 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5152.  Withdrawn 1975.
				34209 W/O April 12, 1945 near Columbia, SC
				34210 (B-26C) (MSN 27489) Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 16Jul56. Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan57
					 as serial 613-C. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Jan57; 
					radio callsign F-UIJB; to Apr61; radio callsign F-UIJS. Renumbered 44-34210 in March 1959.
					 Modified Aug61 as B-26N night fighter. Escadrille de Chasse de Nuit 1/71 [ECN 1/71], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Aug61. Accident at Randon, Algeria 6Mar62. SOC 1962 .
				34211 (MSN 27490) converted to B-26C.  To civil registry as N8024E
				34212 (MSN 27491, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1957 as FAP 582.  Renumbered FAP 221 in 1960.
				34213 (B-26C) (MSN 27492) Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 16Jul56. Armée de l'Air Française 28Nov56 as serial 616-C. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Nov56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYM. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIJP; to May61; radio callsign F-UIJD. Renumbered 44-34213 in March 1959. 
					Modified Aug61 as B-26N night fighter. Escadrille de Chasse de Nuit 1/71 [ECN 1/71], Bône-les-Salines, 
					Algeria from May61 to Sep62. Escadrille de Chasse de Nuit 1/30 [ECN 1/30], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria 
					from Sep62 to Jan63. Escadrille de Chasse de Nuit 2/30 'Camargue' [ECN 2/30], from Jan63 to Sep63. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Sep63 to Oct63. Escadrille de 
					Chasse de Nuit 2/30 'Camargue' [ECN 2/30], from Oct63 to Mar64. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 
					328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Mar64 to Nov64. WFU Nov64. SOC 14Jun65. 
				34214 (B-26C) (MSN 27493) 138th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Lake Charles Field, LA. 
					Damaged taxying at Lake Charles 12Sep45. Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 16Jul56. Armée de l'Air Française 4Mar57 
					as serial 617-C. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Mar57. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Mar57 to Apr66; 
					radio callsign F-UKEH; from Sep66 to May67; radio callsign F-UKEU. Renumbered 44-34214 in March 1959. 
					Modified 1962 as B-26APQ13 radar trainer by Union Aeromaritime de Transport (UAT), Le Bourget, 
					Paris, France. WFU May67. SOC 27Mar68.
				34215 (TA-26B) damaged Aug 29, 1945 Seymour-Johnson AB, NC  (taxi accident)
				34216 damaged Dec 19, 1946 Patterson Fd, Ohio  (cr landing)
				34217 given to US Navy as XJD-1 (Bu. No. 57990).
44-34218/34286		Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
				MSN 27497/27565
				34218 (MSN 27497) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, 
					Naha, Okinawa. 90th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Far East Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. 
					Damaged in an accident on the ground at Yokota 17Jul47. 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 
					5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Crashed with fuel exhaustion 30 miles NW of Iwakuni AB, Japan 3Mar51.
				34219	(MSN 27498)  437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
				34220	(MSN 27499) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34221 (MSN 27500) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Missing during a night mission over Korea 21May51.
				34222 (MSN 27501) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Crashed with fuel exhaustion during a night mission over Korea 6Dec50..
				34223 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/19/50.
				34226 (MSN 27505)437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					90th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Far East Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Crash landed and destroyed by fire at Yokota 8Aug47)
				34227 W/O Apr 5, 1946 Ditched off Moji, Japan
				34229	(MSN 27508) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34230 (B-26C) (MSN 27509) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					SOC Feb54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 26Jan54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], 
					Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 22Oct55 and scrapped.
				34231 (MSN 27510) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					90th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Far East Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Crashed near Matsudo, Japan 18Feb47
				34232 damaged May 9, 1945 Hunter Fd, Ga  (Landing)
				34233 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/3/50.
				34234 (3rd BW, 13th BS) shot down by AAA near Chong-Ju, Korea Jul 28, 1950
				34235 (MSN 27514)	438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					89th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itazuke AB, Japan. Damaged landing at Itazuke 26Jul46.
				34236 (MSN 27515) 6th Ferry Group, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Long Beach 23Mar45. 
					438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Shot down during a night mission over Korea 21Jan50.
				34237 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/4/50.
				34238 (MSN 27517) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 8th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. 
					Damaged by structural failure at Yontan AB, Japan 4Sep46. 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 
					5th Air Force, Ashiya AB, Japan. During a combat mission to Munsan, Korea 28Jun50 the aircraft was 
					damaged over the target and crashed into the Yellow Sea near Chin-do Island.
				34240 (13th BS, 3rd BG) destroyed 7/6/50 on bomb run by own bomb explosion.
				34241 (MSN 27520) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					71st Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Crash landed after engine failure at Itami 25Feb49
				34242 (MSN 27521) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					69th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Crashed 35 miles south of Itami 25Nov47
				34243 W/O Feb 27, 1948 Omura Bombing Range, Jap
				34244 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed and burned during takeoff at K-2
					4/19/51.  Napalm tank accidentally released and damaged flap, 
					causing loss of control and crash.
				34245 (MSN 27524)	6th Ferry Group, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Palm Springs Field, 
					CA 26Mar45. 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato,
					 Naha, Okinawa. 13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. 
					Damaged by bird strike at Yokota 20Jan47. Crash landed at Yokota 20May47
				34246 damaged 17 Dec 1949 Kazule AB, Japan (landing)
				34247 (MSN 27526) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, 
					Naha, Okinawa. 405th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. 
					Accident landing with mechanical failure at Itami 8Jun48. 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 
					5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Damaged by mechanical failure over North Korea 29Jun51. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. Missing during a night mission over Korea 31Mar52.
				34248 damaged Apr 7, 1947 Itami AB, Japan (takeoff accident
				34249 W/o Apr 20, 1947 Lake Biwako, Japan (ditched)
				34250 (MSN 27529) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34251 damaged Oct 1, 1946 Itazuke AB, Japan  (ground accident)
				34252 (MSN 27531) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34253 (MSN 27532) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Crashed in Japan 30Mar51
				34254 (13th BS, 3re BW) damaged by AAA and landed at K-6 and
					w/o as total loss Feb 23, 1951.
				34255 (MSN 27534) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34256 (MSN 27535) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					405th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Missing 30 miles NW of Oura, Japan 15May46
				34257 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed 3/20/51 during night 
					training mission.  KORWALD database has this plane having
					been shot down by AAA on night intruder mission Mar 5, 1951.
				34258 (MSN 27537) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Accident landing at Yokota 28Aug46.
				34260 (MSN 27539) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					HQ Squadron, 5th Air Force, Haneda AB, Tokyo, Japan. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Haneda 17Oct50
				34262 (MSN 27541) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					HQ Command, 5th Air Force, Nagoya AB, Japan. Crashed on Mount Fuji, Japan 27Feb49
				34263 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed 7/28/50 near Chonju
					after engine fire caused by small arms fire. 
				34265 (MSN 27544) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Crash landed at Suwon, Korea 
					January 24, 1951 and was destroyed to prevent capture by the enemy.
				34266 (MSN 27545) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. 
					Fatal accident caused by mechanical failure on the Mito gunnery range, Japan 21Jul49. Iwakuni AB, Japan. 
					Crash landed with fuel exhaustion 4 miles west of Tae AB [K-2], Korea 3Jan51. 
				34267 (3rd BW, 8th BS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded at
					K-13, Korea Mar 4, 1951. 
				34268 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
				34269 (MSN 27548) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					38th Air Engineering Squadron, 58th Service Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Accident landing at Itami 4Jun47
				34270 (MSN 27549) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					405th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Damaged by mechanical failure 2 miles SE 
					of Itazuke, Japan 29Nov46. 71st Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. 
					Crashed at Yoshino-gun, Japan 20Jan47
				34271 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 913
				34274 (MSN 27553) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					90th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Crashed landing three miles south of Yokota 14Jul47
				34275 (MSN 27554) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					89th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Accident landing at Itami 18Apr47
				34276 damaged on takeoff May 8, 1947 at Itami AB, Japan
				34277 (MSN 27556) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. "We Dood It IV".
					 During an attack on Haeju airfield [K-19], the aircraft was seriously damaged by North Korean Yak-9s and
					 fell into the sea before it could reach base at Iwakuni 29Jun50.
				34278 (MSN 27557)  438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. Accident landing at Kunsan 18Oct51
				34279 (MSN 27558) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion on a 
					beach near Miho, Japan and destroyed 14Aug50.
				34281 (MSN 27560) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. 
					Missing during a night intruder mission in the Kumchon area North Korea 21Feb52.
				34283 (MSN 27562) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34284 (MSN 27563) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				34286 (MSN 27565) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Accident taking off at Iwakuni 10Nov50. 
					Damaged by flak and force landed at Suwon [K-13], Korea 7Jul51.
44-34287		Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
				MSN 27566
				With 13th BS, 3rd BG, "Old Able" crashed due to fuel exhaustion on final approach 12/14/50.  Aircraft repaired.
				To Colombia (as B-26C) in 1956 as FAC 2508. w/o Mar 20, 1963 at Cartagena.
44-34288/34296		Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
				MSN 27567/27575
				34290 (MSN 27569) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					405th Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itazuke AB, Japan. Crash landed at Ashiya AB, Japan 11Jun46.
				34291 (MSN 27570) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
44-34297/34298		Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
				MSN 27576/27577
				34297 (13th BS, 3rd BG) lost 2/21/51 when bomb 
					exploded prematurely on bomb run.
44-34299/34322		Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
				MSN 27578/27601
				34299 (MSN 27578) Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 16Jul56.
					To Armée de l'Air Française 16Nov56 as serial 702-B. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Nov56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYT. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Jan57; radio callsign F-UIWT. Renumbered 44-34299 in March 1959. Accident at Bone, Algeria 8Feb60. 
					SOC 5Sep60
				34300 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA Apr 4, 1952 after night mission in Korea.
				34301 (25th BS, 3rd BG) class 26 6/28/50 due to enemy ground fire.
				34304 (13th BS, 3rd BG) hit tree on strafing run 
					11/3/50. Left at AB in Korea
				34308 (B-26C) (MSN 27587) 90th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. 
					Crash landed with mechanical failure at Kunsan 26Oct51. Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. 
					Accident landing at Hill AFB 17Mar54. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 16Jul56. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 19Oct56 as serial 711-C. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de 
					Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Oct56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYI. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Jan57; radio callsign F-UIWI; 
					to Jan63; radio callsign F-UIWC. Renumbered 44-34308 in March 1959. Modified Aug60 as RB-26P. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Jan63 to Nov63; 
					Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Mar64. Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM],
					 Mont-de-Marsan, France from Mar64 to Feb66. WFU Feb66. SOC 27Mar68
				34309 (MSN 27588, 3rd BG, 13th BS) was a Shoran-equipped aircraft.
				34312 (MSN 27591, B-26C) 2347th Air Reserve Flying Center, 4th Air Force, Long Beach MAP, CA. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure 50 miles S of Tacoma, WA 26Feb49. 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 
					5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. Damaged by structural failure 47 miles from Kunsan 12Jul52. 
					Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT Accident landing at Hill AFB 17Mar54. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 8Aug56. Armée de l'Air Française 19Oct56 as serial 715-C. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from 4Dec56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYN. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Dec56 to Feb60; 
					radio callsign F-UIJC. Renumbered 44-34312 in March 1959. Modified Feb61 as RB-26P. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Feb61 to Mar62. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Mar62 to Nov63; 
					Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Apr65; radio callsign F-ULVI. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Apr65 to Jan66. WFU Jan66. SOC 10Aug66. Société Cartographie Et Travail Aerien Carta, Creil 10Aug66.
					Registered as F-BMJR. Stored unconverted at Creil. Biafran Air Force Aug67. Delivered Le Bourget, Paris-Lisbon 
					for militarisation, later to Dakar-Bissau-Enugu. Damaged in crash landing at Port Harcourt, Biafra 3Dec67. 
					Abandoned at Port Harcourt and captured when Nigeria overran the town. Sabotaged by Biafran forces to prevent use
					 by Nigerian Air Force. Wreckage still extant 1971.	.
				34313 (MSN 27592) went directly to storage and then to Korea with
					3rd BW and then to 452nd BW.  Damaged by AAA Dec 27, 1951
					and recovered at K-46, Korea.  In May 1952 to 17th
					BW.  Sold as surplus in 1957 and registered as N5457V.  Modified as aerial
					tanker in 1960 and flew in Oregon as air tanker
					until 1974.  Sold to Conair in British Columbia as C-GHLK
					until retired in 1987.  Resided in Canadian museums until 
					purchased by David Lane and is flying as
					N119DR.  Seen at Reno Air Races Aug 2002.  In 2007 seen sitting
					in a storage yard at San Diego Air and Space Museum.
				34314 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down by ground fire during
					night mission 9/14/51.  Medal of Honor for
					John S. Walmsley, Jr.
				34316 converted to B-26C.  To Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2517.
				34317 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 12/26/52 after night mission
					in Korea.
				34318 salvaged at K-9 in Korea May 28, 1952.
				34320 (MSN 27599)	SOC Jan54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 26Jan54 for service in Indochina.
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RBLU.
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 22Oct55.
				34321 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 11/23/51.
44-34323		Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
				MSN 27602
44-34324/34326		Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
				MSN 27603/27605
				34325 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission in Korea.
				34326 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 915
44-34327		Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
				MSN 27606
44-34328/34330		Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
				MSN 27607/27609
				34328 sold on commercial market as N9422Z.  To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned
					at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
				34329 (B-26C) (MSN 27608) loaned to Armée de l'Air Française  Jul 1, 1954 for
					service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Aug 1954 
					To Brazil in 1958 as 5169.  Withdrawn June 1968.
44-34331		Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
				MSN 27610.  Shot down by flak (8th BS, 3rd BG) 2/17/51.
44-34332		Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
				MSN 27611 
				Flew into a mountain on instrument approach to Tachikawa Feb 6, 1952.
44-34333/34334		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27612/27613
				34333 damaged in landing at K-8 Kunsan AB, Korea Sep 16, 1951.
44-34335		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27614.  To N5032K, cancelled 1960
44-34336/34338		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27615/27617
				34336 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed in target area 10/15/51.
				34337 (452nd, 728th BS) MIA in night intruder mission Sep 7, 1951.
				34338 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
44-34339		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27618.  8th BS, 3re BG Crashed into mountain during
					 strafing run 6/29/50.
44-34340/34342		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27619/27621
				34342 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 9/2/51.
44-34343		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27622.  13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group; Code 'Z'. Combat damaged by flak 9Aug45. 
				8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Crashed May 9, 1946 at Arari, Japan
44-34344/34346		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27623/27625
				34344 (MSN 27623) to civil registry as N91356.  Crashed Jun 28, 1969, 
					damaged in 1972 when nosewheel collapsed at Ames, IA.
					Scrapped at Ames 1974.
				34345 (17th BW, 34th BS) lost on night intruder mission Feb 4, 1953.
				34346 (B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field
					for Operation *Haik* in 1958.
44-34347		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27626.  13th BS, 3rd BG crashed on takeoff in Korea Aug 26, 1951.
					Cockpit canopy inadvertently opened on takeoff and pilot made
					an accidental ditching into the bay.  One crew member drowned.
44-34348/34350		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27627/27629
				34348 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2518.
				34349 (452nd BW, 729th BS) crashed during recon mission in Wonsan
					area Oct 1, 1951
				34350 delivered to USAAF Apr 20, 1945.  To MASDC Dec 1964.
					Dropped from inventory as suprlus Oct 1969
44-34351		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27630.  MIA on night mission with 13th BS, 3rd BG
					1/13/51.  One crewman evaded and returned.
44-34352/34363		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27631/27642
				34353 (452nd BW, 729th BS) hit by AAA and crashlanded at K-14,
					Korea Jun 26, 1951.
				34357 (90th BS, 3rd BG) crashed and burned 10/21/51 at K-8
					during landing after return from combat mission.
				34358 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 1/26/52.
				34361 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17652 in 1964.
				34362 (452nd BW, 728th BS) crashed into bridge during landing
					Aug 5, 1951.
44-34364		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27643
				34364 13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. "The 6th Chadwick". 
					Damaged by bomb blast on the Shima Bombing Range, Japan 15Nov48. Damaged taxying at Yokota 17Jul49. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. 
					Accident landing at Pusan East [K-9], Korea 5Aug51. 13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 
					5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. Damaged by structural failure doing barrel rolls over North Korea 5Apr52. 
					While returning from a mission, the pilot, with a show of exuberance, proceeded to do a barrel roll. 
					Noting that he had lost several hundred feet in the maneuver, he proceeded to do another barrel 
					roll in the opposite direction to gain back the altitude he had lost. These maneuvers came as a 
					surprise to the gunner who reported the activity to his boss. An examination of the aircraft 
					determined that the wings had been bent. Shipped to USA for repair and rebuild.  Converted to B-26C and loaned to 
					France Jul 1, 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
					USAF Aug 1954 and scrapped.
44-34365/34367		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27644/27646
				34365 (452nd BW, 729th BS) crashed into sea 3 mi E of Pusan
					East (K-9), Korea Sep 25, 1951.
				34366 (452nd BW, 729th BS) damaged by AAA Feb 15, 1951.
44-34368		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27647.  8th BS, 3rd BG.  Crashed 7/2/50 near Korean
					coast, Jukae-shima.  Crew rescued by helo.
44-34369/34371		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27648/27650
44-34372		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27651. (13th BS, 3rd BG) Destroyed in takeoff crash in Korea Jan 4, 1952.
					Three crewmembers survived.
44-34373/34376		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27652/27655
				34373 (8th BS, 3rd BG) hit over target Seo 2, 1950 and exploded.
				34374 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA with crew of 3 after night mission 
					in Korea July 3, 1951.
				34375 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taejon 7/6/50 after
					being hit by small arms fire.  3 parachutes seen.
				34376 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
					Apr/Jun 1958.  To HP-323 in 1961.  Probably registered on paper
					only.  Got a civil registration of N5002X, but went
					to Vietnam between 1963 and 1964 under *Farm Gate*
				    Scrapped at Clark Field.
44-34377		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27656.  8th BS, 3rd BG Class 26 7/29/50 due to major
					wing spar damage from small arms fire.  Lost near Singye, North Korea (728th BS, 452nd BW) Sep 7, 1951
					on night intruder mission. 
44-34378/34381		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27657/27660
				34378 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taegu (K-2) 11/29/50 due
					to fuel exhaustion and battle damage
				34379 (13th BS, 3rd BG) damaged by ground fire June 28, 1950 at
					Kimpo.  Abandoned and destroyed by enemy ground fire
44-34382		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27661
44-34383/34386		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27662/27665
				34385 (8th BS, 3rd BG) hit by flak and crashed 11/11/50
				34386 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 2/11/51.
44-34387		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27666
44-34388/34392		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27667/27671
				34390 (B-26C) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 16Feb54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASU. .  
				Returned to USAF Nov 1955.  Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), 
				Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., Wichita, KS Mar57. 
				Purchased at Clark AFB 18Mar57. Registered Mar57 as N6836D; revoked 22Apr78, cancelled 24Oct13. 
				Converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 corporate aircraft 1960 . Wells Aircraft Inc, Hutchinson, KS. 
				Based Manila, Philippines 1970/71. Edron Co., Las Vegas, NV 1977. Stored Las Vegas, NV in EPA 
				compound 1975/76. Aircraft Associates, Long Beach, CA 13Apr78. Thought to have been lost during drug smuggling operations.
					I also have this one as having hit a tree on a strafing run and left at K-2 base
					in Korea 11/9/50.
44-34393		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27672
44-34394/34398		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27673/27677
				34395 to Turkey as 7431 in Aug 1949.  SOC Aug 1958
				34398 to Turkey as 7428 in Mar 1948.  Soc Sep 1950  
44-34399		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27678
44-34400/34404		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27679/27683
				34401 (MSN 27680) 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. 
					Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 17Dec59 as serial 44-34401. Groupe de 
					Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Dec59 to Sep62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWZ. Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM], Mont-de-Marsan, 
					France from Sep62 to Oct62. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Cazaux, France from Oct62 to Jan63. Centre d'Essai en Vol (CEV), Brétigny-sur-Orge, 
					France 12Jan63. Used for testing of Antilope and Rafal radars. SOC c1968.
44-34405		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27684.  13th BS, 3rd BG hit obstacle on strafing
					run Wonsan, Korea and crashed into sea 5/5/51.
44-34406/34408		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27685/27687
44-34409		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27688
44-34410/34412		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27689/27691
				34411 (MSN 27690) delivered to USAAF Jun 11, 1945.  
					(B-26C) 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France.  Stored
					To Armée de l'Air Française 2Feb60 as serial 44-34411. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria Feb60; radio callsign F-UIJD. Destroyed November 28, 1961 in collision 
					with 44-35765 during a night patrol over the Morice Line along the Algerian border.
				34412 w/o at Panagarh, India in ground acident Sep 15, 1945.
44-34413		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27692.  MIA on bombing mission with 8th BS, 3rd BG
					2/25/51 near Sunan, Korea.
44-34414/34416		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27693/27695
				34414 Named Miss Lace in April 1948 whilst based in Germany. To Turkey as 7432 in Aug 1949.  SOC in 1954
				34415 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  To civil registry as
					N60042 or N60043, later N5002X.  Converted to On Mark
					Marksman N900V in 1964, then allegedly marked, N46358, then
					correctly registered N46598 in 1967.
					Later named *Blue Goose* and equipped with terrain following
					radar for night drops in Vietnam.  Known to have been used in Laos
					by Air America.
				34416 converted to FA-26 reconnaissance aircraft.  Later to Turkey
44-34417		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27696.  MIA with 452nd BW, 730th BS) near Kangdong, Korea 
					Mar 22, 1952.
44-34418/34419		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27697/27698
				34418 to Turkey as 7403 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958 
44-34420		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27699.  (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 5/30/52 after night 
					mission in Korea.
44-34421/34422		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27700/27701
				34421 to Turkey as 7412 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958
				34422 (MSN 27701) crashed in Yunnan, China Oct 4, 1945.
44-34423		Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
				MSN 27702.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer to N9594Z.  Modified for extra long
					range using a Marksman wing with tip tanks salvaged from a Marksman that
					had been damaged by fire.  To Canada as C-GHLI.  Damaged by fire
					in 1984.  Static rebuild in 1990.  Now on display at Fairchild AFB, WA.
44-34424/34472		Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
				MSN 27703/27751
				34424 damaged Feb 3, 1947 in taxi accident at Neubiberg AB, West Germany
				34425 to Turkey as 7430 in Jul 1948.  SOC in 1954
				34426 to Turkey as 7425 in Mar 1948.  Crashed on takeoff from Elazig,
					Turkey Jun 13, 1950.   2 crew killed.
				34427(MSN 27706) to civil registry as N4712C
				34429 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 917
				34430 to Turkey as 7404 in Mar 1948.  SOC Nov 1948
				34433 to Turkey as 7441 in Jul 1949.  SOC 1954
				34436 to Turkey as 7413 in Mar 1948.  SOC 1954 
				34440 converted to FA-26 reconnaissance aircraft.  Later to Turkey.
				34443 to Turkey as 7405 in Mar 1948.  SOC in 1954? 
				34444 to Turkey as 7414 in Mar 1948.  SOC Mar 1950
				34445 to Turkey as 7445 in Aug 1949.  Crashed Nov 30, 1950
					near Malatya, Turkey.  2 crew killed.
				34447 to Turkey as 7438 in Jul 1949. SOC Aug 1958.  KORWALD database has this one
					as being damaged by MiG Feb 10, 1951.
				34449 MSN 27728 (B-26C) 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 86th Composite Group, USAF Europe, 
					Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany. Mid air collision with A-26B 44-34436 at Furstenfeldbruck 6Nov47. 
					Mid air collision with B-26B 44-34450 13 miles NE of Schweinfurt, West Germany 10Mar49. 
					73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. Stored. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 27Apr60 as serial 44-34449. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria Apr60; radio callsign F-UIJC; to Mar65; radio callsign F-UIJA. WFU Mar65. 
					Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 25Oct65
				34450 converted to RB-26B and used during mid 1950s by 7499th Composite Sqdn
					as spyplane operating from Wiesbaden AB, West Germany
				34452 to Turkey as 7417 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958
				34453 to Turkey as 7424 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jul 1951 
				34460 to Turkey as 7433 in Jul 1949.  SOC in 1954
				34461 to Turkey as 7434 in Jul 1949.  SOC in 1954
				34463 (ATC) in takeoff accident at Ondal Airfield (A-18) Ondal, India while on ferry flight Jul 3, 1945.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				34466 to Turkey as 7435 in Jul 1949.   SOC Aug 1958.  KORWALD database has this one
					as suffering minor battle damage Feb 20, 1951.
				34468 to Turkey as 7436 in Jul 1949.  SOC in 1954
				34469 to Turkey as 7444 in Jul 1949.  SOC Feb 1953  
				34472 to Turkey as 7406 in Mar 1948.  SOC Mar 1950
44-34473/34477		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27752/27756
				34474 damaged in crash landing at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany Feb 13, 1948.
				34475 damaged Jul 12, 1945 in taxi accident at Payne Field, Cairo.
				34477 damaged in landing accident Aug 13, 1946 at Wiesbaden, West Germany
44-34478		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27757
				with 13th BS, 3rd BG. Crashed in bad weather near Ashiya AB, Japan June 28, 1950.
44-34479/34480		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27758/27759
44-34481		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27760. 13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. "Wheel" symbol instead of code, 
					the Squadron Commander's plane.  MIA with 13th BS, 3rd BG in night mission over
					Korea Feb 20, 1952 with crew of 3.
44-34482/34483		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27761/27762
				34482 w/o Dec 29, 1947 in crash 27 mi SE of Furstenfeldbruck West Germany
44-34484		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27763
44-34485/34486		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27764/27765
				34485 to Turkey as 7440 in Jul 1949.  SOC Jan 1951
44-34487		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27766
				34487 MSN 27766 (B-26C) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 16Feb54 for service in Indochina. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; radio callsign F-UHJR. 
					Missing March 14, 1954 between Dien Bien Phu and Cát Bi [Hai Phong], 
44-34488/34489		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27767/27768
				34488 (11th GBS, 341th BG) in landing accident at Myitkyina Airfield, Burma Jul 31, 1945.  All 3 crew
					survived but aircraf DBR.
44-34490		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27769
44-34491/34492		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27770/27771
44-34493		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27772 (B-26C) 728th Bomb Squadron, 452nd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Pusan East [K-9], Korea.
					 Accident landing at Pusan East 16Aug51. Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Transferred to MDAP
					 project 6B541 for France. SOC 16Jul56.   To Armée de l'Air Française 3Feb57 as serial 869-C. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Feb57; radio callsign F-UIJL; 
					radio callsign F-UIJH; to Nov59; radio callsign F-UIJO. Renumbered 44-34493 in March 1959. 
					Modified Sep62 as RB-26P. Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], 
					Oran, Algeria from Sep62 to Nov63; Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Apr65; radio callsign F-ULVA. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Apr65 to Feb66. WFU Feb66.
					Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), Châteaudun, France. Stored. SOC 27Mar68.
44-34494/34495		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27773/27774
44-34496		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27775.  SOC Jan54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 26Jan54 for service in Indochina. 
					Shot down May 4, 1954 at Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam
44-34497/34498		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27776/27777
44-34499		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27778
44-34500/34501		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27779/27780
44-34502		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27781
44-34503/34504		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27782/27783
				34503 (B-26C) (MSN 27782) 527th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86nd Fighter-Bomber Group, 
					2nd Air Division, Neubiberg, West Germany. Damaged on the Putlos gunnery range, 
					West Germany 29Jun50. 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. 
					Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 30Jan60 as serial 44-34503. Groupe de 
					Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Jan60 to Sep62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWG. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France 
					from Sep62 to Jun63. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France 
					from Jun63 to Jan67; radio callsign F-UKET. WFU Jan67. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), 
					Châteaudun, France. Stored. SOC 27Mar68.
44-34505		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27784  SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 1Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 16Nov55 and scrapped.
44-34506/34507		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27785/27786
44-34508		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27787.  To civil registry as N74874 and used as air tanker.
					In storage as N74874 with D and D Aero, Inc, Rantoul, KS.
					To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA in 2001.
44-34509/34510		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27788/27789
44-34511		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27790
44-34512/34513		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27791/27792
44-34514		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27793.  90th BS, 3rd BG MIA on mission 12/8/51.
44-34515/34516		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27794/27795
44-34517		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27796
44-34518/34519		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27797/27798
44-34520		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27799.  Taken on strength with the USAAF on 6/22/45 and assigned to the Sacramento Air Materiel Center, 
					McClellan Army Air Field, CA for storage.  In June 1948 it was redesignated B-26B. From November 1950 
					to February 1951 it was at Douglas Aircraft of Long Beach, CA and converted to B-26C.  It was 
					then transferred to Ogden Air Materiel area at Hill AFB, UT.  In April 1951 it was sent to the 
					Korean War with the 452nd Bombardment Wing (Light) at Miho and Pusan Air Bases.  In May 1952 
					it was transferred to the 17th Bombardment Wing (Light) at the same bases. July 1952 found 
					the plane assigned to the 6408th Maintenance and Supply Group at Kisarazu AB, Japan.  It was 
					then sent back to the Sacramento Air Material Area in September 1952.  From there it was sent 
					to the Ogden Air Materiel Area in January 1953.  March 1954 found the plane assigned to the 
					461st Bombardment Wing (Light) at Hill AFB, and deployed to Wendover AFB, UT.  In July 1955 
					it was assigned to its final active unit, the 2347th Air Reserve Flying Center (USAFR), Long Beach AFB, CA.
					To MASDC Feb 1957.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Jul 1958.  To civil registry 
					as N9420Z in 1963.  In April 1972 it went to Conair Aviation in Abbotsford, BC as C-GHCF and was operated 
					as a fire-bomber. In 1988 the NMUSAF exchanged some S-2 Tracker fire-bombers for this plane and 
					had it ferried to Greybull, WY.  The NMUSAF made some sort of deal with Hawkins & Powers Aviation 
					for them to have the plane as N94207, still as a fire-fighter.  In July 1989 H&P registered the 
					plane as N126HP.  In 1999 it was retired from active service and place on display at Greybull, 
					WY, Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting; it was stripped of fire-fighting paint on 
					the left side and marked as a USAF plane.  On 8/23/06 it was sold to Hans Lauridsen 
					for his museum at Buckeye, AZ
44-34521		Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
				MSN 27800 (B-26C) 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. 
					Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 10Mar60 as serial 44-34521. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Mar60 to Feb63; radio callsign F-UIWJ. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France Feb63. 
					Destroyed in collision with [44-34521] 44-35228 and 44-35953 March 4, 1963.
44-34522/34585		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27801/27864
				34522 (MSN 27801) crashed 4 mi from Loveland Jun 4, 1949.  All 4 onboard killed.
				34523 (MSN 27802) converted to On Mark Marketeer N9174Z and used by Garrett Corp 1964-1977.
					Modified for a T-76-G turboprop engine in nose position. Converted back to two engines. 
					A photo of N9174Z with test engine shows no evidence of Marketeer
					conversion.  To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada as C-GTOX Jan 6, 1982.  
					The Marketeer conversion was removed during conversion to tanker, it then flew as tanker
					#14 named "Hasta Luego".  Retired in 2004 and stored at CYQF (Red Deer)
					and offered for sale.  Examination of photos of N9174Z and C-GTOX show no evidence
					of Marketeer conversion.
				34524 (MSN 27803) to civil registry as N588 (?) converted to On Mark Marketeer N58Y, 
					then N588, later to Colombia as HK-999E.
				34526 (MSN 27805) to civil registry as N9178Z.  Converted to On Mark Marksman N827W, 
					later CF-OFO, May 17, 1962, then N551EH ca Apr 1963, then N400V, N7977, N26AB.
				34528 (MSN 27807)	SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Shot down January 6, 1953 between Nà S?n and Cát Bi [Hai Phong], Vietnam.  .
				34529 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down by ground fire 
					2/19/52.  Crew captured and returned in Big Switch.
				34530 (MSN 27809)	SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIM. 
					Crashed on takeoff January 3, 1954 at Seno, Laos.
				34531 (MSN 27810, 3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed on takeoff Oct 9, 1951.  To storage at MASDC.  SOC Sep 23, 1957.
					Registered N3472G Jun 20, 1959, cancelled Aug 10, 1959 on export to Chile 
				34534 (17th BW, 34th BS) crashed on takeoff in bad weather Dec 10, 1952.
				34535 sold on commercial market as N8020E.  Transferred to Portugal in 1965 as 7101.
					Abandoned at Luanda, Angola in 1975.  This may be the plane on display in Havana, Cuba marked as FAR 933,
					repainted as 937 following Hurrican Michelle Nov 2001.  It is thought that Cuban forces in Angola might
					have brought this plane back to Cuba as a trophy.  It is commonly thought 
					that the aircraft on display cannot be a genuine Cuban Air Force A-26, for the Cubans only had A-26Cs and this 
					is obviously a B model.  937 was was the only FAR A-26 in airworthy condition at the time of the 
					Bay of Pigs invasion.  933 was the fake FAR A-26 that landed in Miami on April 15th 1961 pretending 
					he had defected from Cuba. Perhaps the museum had tried to pass off 937 as the fake 933 (the real 933 
					had a glass nose).  The Museo del Aire A-26B might be the original 937.   It was not part of the batch 
					of A-26Cs sold to Cuba in 1956 but was sold separatly to Cuba for use as a parts source, probably after 
					the US government imposed an arms embargo against the Batista regime in the late 50s. It was never 
					given a Cuban Air Force number until it was repaired and put in service under Castro's Air Force.  
					Don't know the USAF serial number of 937
				34536 (B-26B) (MSN 27815) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Crashed November 3, 1951 near Nhat-Ny, Vietnam
				34538 (MSN 27817, B-26B) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIN. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55. Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., Wichita, KS Mar57. Purchased at Clark AFB 18Mar57. Registered Mar57 as N6839D. 
					Converted to Rock Island Consort 26 research and development aircraft. Hughes Aircraft Co, Van Nuys, CA from 1966  to 1987. 
					Fitted with an extended radome nose for missile sensor flight tests. A & T Productions Inc, Burbank, CA Sep90. 
					Registered as N34538; current [Oct17]. Restored with executive interior: fitted with B-26C nose. 
					Flown as USAF "434538/BC-538/T Feeding Frenzy". Lyon Air Museum / Martin Aviation Inc, Santa Ana-John Wayne, CA 12Apr99. 
					On display at the Lyon Air Museum, Santa Ana, CA.  
				34539 (B-26C) (MSN 27818) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 1Jul54 for service in Indochina. 
					Returned to USAF 28Aug54. Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					Prepared for Angkatan Udara Revolusioner [AUREV] in 1958 for use by the CIA in Operation "Haik" to overthrow 
					communists in Indonesia. Not delivered, kept in reserve at Clark Field. Used for Project Farm Gate in Vietnam 1963.
					Scrapped at Clark Field.
				34542 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea.
				34543 (452nd BW, 729th BS) hit by AA Mar 24, 1951 and crashlanded
					5 mi N of Sunan.
				34544 (452nd BW, 728th BS) shot down by AAA near Pongmang-ni, 
					Korea Apr 24, 1951.
				34545 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
					service in Indochina.  Missing Sept 11, 1951.
				34546 (17th BW, 37th BS) crashed into sea after takeoff from
					Pusan Jan 13, 1953.  
				34547 (452nd BW) damaged by MiGs and returned to base Apr 9, 1951.  MIA
					with 452nd BW, 729th BS Sep 29, 1951.
				34550 (MSN 27829) converted to On Mark Marketeer CF-CRR, later N355Q, N7769C, HK-1247W, 
					HK-1247P.  Crashed on takeoff at Bogota Sep 21, 1988.
				34551 in Vietnam Jan 1963 to April 1964 under
					*Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field.
				34552 (MSN 27831) 13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. 
					"Brown Nose" - artwork of a dog. Damaged when the aircraft got into a hammerhead stall 
					pulling off a target into the clouds. The airplane fell out of the stall and did a loop, and in 
					the process bent the wing spars and twisted the fuselage. Returned to the States for rebuild. SOC Jan54. 
					Converted to B-26B and loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 26Jan54 for service in indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIX. 
					Returned to USAF 14Oct55 and scrapped. 
				34553 photo shows damaged in landing accident at Suwon AB in South Korea ca 1951. 
				34554 (B-26B) (MSN 27833) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIX. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55 and scrapped.  
				34555 (MSN 27834, B-26B) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIP. 
					Returned to USAF 10Nov55. Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					Registered 1963 as N84W. Converted to On Mark Marketeer corporate aircraft. Registered 1971 as N841W. 
					Reregistered 1973 as N5BP. Registered 1977 as N550. Registered Sep90 as N26HK; Current [Oct17]. 
					Open storage in Opa Locka, FL 1984-1992. Stored dismantled at Las Cruces, NM 1995-2002. 
					Restoration at Hollister MAP, TX by 2015. 
				34558 (B-26B) (MSN 27837) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Missing 28Apr51 near Cao B?ng, Vietnam.
				34559 on display at opposite end of runway from Jackson Intl Airport main terminal, Mississippi.
				34560 (452nd BW, 729th BS) lost on night intruder mission Jul 19, 1951.
				34562 (452nd BW, 728th BS) lost on night recon mission Feb 28, 1952.
				34563 (452nd BW, 729th BS) damaged while attacking Wonsan, Korea and
					crashed into sea May 7, 1951.
				34564 (B-26B) (MSN 27843) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service  in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIK. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55 and scrapped.  
				34565 (B-26B) MSN 27844) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIJ. 
					Exploded in flight near Sud-Laie, Vietnam November 6, 1953.
				34567 to civil registry as N9412Z.  Converted to On Mark Marksman, later ZS-CVD.  Last seen on South
					African AF Museum storage dump.
				34568 (B-26B) (MSN 27847) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Inochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIU. 
					Returned to USAF 16Nov55. Purolator Products, New York, NY. Registered  1959 as N202PP. 
					Trans Atlantic Airlines, Frankfurt, West Germany Jun65. Impounded Karachi, Pakistan Aug65 for gun-running. 
					Registered 1970 as AP-AVV; cancelled. Open storage Karachi Airport 1975. Pakistan Air Force Museum, Faisal AB,
					Karachi 2000. Dismantled at Karachi 2004 for restoration 
				34569 (B-26B) (MSN 27848) SOC Jan54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 26Jan54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASI. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55 and scrapped.  
				34570 (17th BW, 37th BS) MIA on night interdiction mission Feb 23, 1953
				34571 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
					12th TRS in Korea.
				34572 (452nd BW, 729th BS) damaged by AAA and crashlanded at Miho AB.
					Total loss.
				34575 (B-26B) (MSN 27854) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIQ. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASD. 
					Returned to USAF 27Oct55.and scrapped.  
				34577 (B-26B) (MSN 27856) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIT.
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam.
					Returned to USAF 27Oct55 and scrapped.  
				34579 (B-26B) (MSN 27858) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIS. 
					Returned to USAF 27Oct55 and scrapped.
				34580 (452nd BW, 728th bS) MIA Korea Aug 26, 1951.
				34581 (MSN 27860) to civil registry as N8038E with Consolidated Air Parts
					Corp of Los Angeles, CA.  Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ
					in 1969.
				34582 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 12/8/52.
				34583 (B-26B) (MSN 27862) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Crashed on landing at Cát Bi [Hai Phong], Vietnam May 31, 1951.
				34584 (B-26C) (MSN 27863) 37th Bomb Squadron, 17th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Pusan East [K-9], Korea. 
					Accident landing short of the runway at Pusan 31Dec52. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 1956 as serial 987-C. Crashed during delivery flight in sea off Grindavik, 
					Iceland August 22, 1956.
				34585 (B-26B) (MSN 27864) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIW. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam.  Accident 21Jun55. SOC 11Jul55
44-34586		Douglas XA-26F-DL Invader
				MSN 27865.  Started out as an A-26B but modified in late 1945 as XA-26F with
					J31 turbojet aft of bomb bay.  Donated to Lindsay Hopkins Vocational
					School in the 1950s, and was on the civil registry at least
					1964-1969 as N66368.  USed for ground instruction at Miami
					Airport and reportedly scrapped in 1972.
44-34587/34617		Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
				MSN 27866/27896
				34587 served in Korea with 17th BG (Light).  All black with "Larry's" painted on nose
				34590 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  May have been the
					deception aircraft "FAR 933" that masqueraded
					as a defecting aircraft from Cuba to Miami. To N5000X in
					1962, nater N19777.
				34591 (B-26C) (MSN 27870) 188th Bomb Squadron, 137th Bomb Group, Kirtland AFB, NM. 
					Accident when a crew member bailed out at Kirtland 17Mar50. SOC Feb54. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 16Feb54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 7Oct55. and scrapped.
				34592 (MSN 27871) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as N8631E, to CF-FJG,
					then C-FFJG.  Crashed on takeoff from Mercury ALTA Sep 29, 1974.
				34593 (TB-26B) to storage as MASDC.  SOC Jan 29, 1958.  Registered N3474G Jun 10, 1959, cvancelled Aug 10, 1959
					on export to Chile.
				34594 salvaged at K-9, Korea May 13, 1952.
				34596 delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945.  Transferred to MAP
					Jul 1964.
				34600 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 1/14/51.
					Crew captured and returned with Big Switch.
				34601 lost 6 April 1952 over North Korea 3rd Bomb Wing
					Aircraft , 90th Bomb Sqdn Pilot Joe Long Jr. +
					crew of 4  Listed MIA
				34602 (MSN 27881) converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 N8392H, later N167B.
					Became N8392H for a while before reverting to N167B again.  Still flies in
					European display circuit owned by Scandinavian Historic Flight painted
					as 434602.  Registration LN-IVA reserved Jan 31, 2006 for Scandinavian
					Historical Flight of Oslo, Norway, who have been operating this aircraft
					for many years.
				34603 to civil registry as N3157G
				34606 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17669 in 1964.
				34607 (MSN 27886) to civil registry as N8395H, later CF-FBV.  Crashed Dec 3, 1974
				34608 (TB-26B) (MSN 27887) Designated TB-26B. 3558th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 3555th Aircraft 
					Maintenance Group, Air Training Command, Perrin AFB, TX. Accident landing at Ardmore Auxiliary Airfield, OK 9Apr53. 
					73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. Stored. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 27Jul59 as serial 44-34608. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Jul59 to Apr65. WFU Apr65. Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 25Oct6.
				34609 (MSN 27888) to civil registry as N4819E.  Seen derelict at Buckeye, AZ
					airport in 2007 as an aircraft monument nenar the entrance.
				34610 (VB-26B) was last operational USAF B-26.  Was in Smithsonian 
					collection at Paul Garber facility.  Now at Udvar-Hazy Center, NASM
				34612 (MSN 27891) to civil registry as N4814E.  Reported derelict
					at Tucson, AZ in 1969.
				34615 (B-26C) Stated that several Invaders were flown back to Tucson 1968 for modernisation by Hamilton Aircraft Company. 
					Assume this was one of them.  Registered N4817E 21Feb68 to Hamilton Aircraft Company. Cancelled 19Dec68.   Presumably 
					registered to Hamilton for certification of mods.  Sold to Brazilian Air Force as 5173 in June 1969.  Withdrawn 1975.
				34616 converted to On Mark Marketeer N2890D, later N300V.
				34617 wrecked in the 1940's
44-34618/34753		Douglas A-26B-66-DL Invader
				MSN 27897/28032
				34620 (MSN 27899) B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field for
					Operation *Haik* in 1958. To HP-318P in 1961.  To N5001Z Apr 4, 1962. Returned to USAF in 1962.
					WFU in 1964.
				34620 in Vietnam Jul 1963-April 1964 under.
					*Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field
				34623 (3rd BW, 13th BS) crashed into Yellow Sea on takeoff
					Jun 23, 1952.
				34624 to civil registry N7451C, then as N6101C.  Reported damaged in taxying accident ca 1980.  In 2008, fuselage reported
					at Valley Mills, Texas
				34628 on civil registry as N7817C
				34632 to BV-26B.  W/o due to structural failure at Seminole, OK
					Dec 21, 1950.
				34637 participated in Bay of Pigs operation
				34642 (MSN 27921) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as N8626E.
					Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.
				34643 (B-26C) used for spare parts during
					Operation *Haik* May/June 1958.
					Most likely abandoned in Indonesia.
				34650 (MSN 27929) to civil registry as N9162Z.
				34652 delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945.
					Rebuilt as B-26K 64-17668 in 1964.
				34653 (MSN 27932) to civil registry as N9417H.  Crashed near
					Edwards AFB Mar 3, 1981 after wing failure. 
				34655 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed on takeoff into Yellow Sea 6/7/52.
				34659 to MASDC May 1958.  Flew in civil registry as N9163Z 1958-
					1975 and then displayed on the roof of a warehouse
					in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada until Oct 1999 when
					moved to shop at Bradford, Ontario for restoration.
				34662 (B-26C) to Peru in 1957 as FAP 583 (?).
				34665 (MSN 27944) Taken on strength on 8/30/45 as an A-26B, the first information is that in June 1946 
					it was assigned to the 2537th AAF Base Unit (ATC), Perrin Army Air Field, TX.  In March 1947 
					it was assigned to the 115th Bombardment (Light) Squadron (ANG), VanNuys, CA. In January 1948 
					it was transferred to the 197th Fighter Squadron (ANG) and Luke AFB, TX, and converted to TB-26B.  
					May 1949 found it assigned to the 128th FS (ANG) at Dobbins AFB, GA, and in July 1952 it was 
					transferred to the 116th Fighter-Bomber Wing (ANG) at Dobbins.  In August 1957 the plane was 
					transferred to HQ ANG at Andrews AFB, MD and converted to VB-26B staff transport. The plane was 
					finally retired in November 1969 and flown to the Strategic Air Command Museum at Offutt AFB, NE.  
					It was transported to the new museum facility at Ashland, NE in 1997.
				34666 (452nd BW, 730th BS) MIA in night mission near Chorwon, 
					Korea Nov 25, 1951.
				34667 (MSN 27946) assigned to 130th BU at Offutt AFB, NB as TA-26C.  W/o when crashed after engine failure 2 mi
					SW of Fort Frook, NB Jul 7, 1948.
				34669 (MSN 27948) to civil registry as N8630E.  Reported derelict
					at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
				34671 to Saudi Arabia in 1955 as 301.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
				34674 (MSN 22953) to civil registry as N9143R.
				34676 (MSN 29955) delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945.  To Guatemala AF in 1960
					as 420.  Modified as RB-26B before delivery.
				34678 (452nd BW, 729th BS) MIA near Pyongyang, Korea Feb 26, 1951.
				34677 (452nd BG(Light), 729th BS (Light)) based at George AFB Calif. collided in flight over 
					El Mirage Dry Lake with B-26 44-34174  Aug 24, 1950  All crewmen killed.
				34679 (MSN 27958) Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. 
					SOC 16Jul56. to Armée de l'Air Française 31Aug56 as serial 1082-C. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages 
					de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Sep56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYB. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Jan57; radio callsign F-UIWB. 
					Renumbered 44-34679 in March 1959. Destroyed 18May60
				34681 to Vietnam Jun 1972 under *Farm Gate*.  
					W/O Aug 16, 1963 when wing broke off in flight.
				34682 (B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field for Operation *Haik* in 1958.
					To HP-319 in 1961.  Returned to USAF in 1963.  
				34682 to Vietnam in Jul 1963 under *Farm Gate*.
					W/o Sep 4, 1963 in flying accident.
				34685 (8th BS, 3rd BG) damaged by flak 9/30/50 and
					exploded in water in ditching near Wonsan, Korea
				34686 (B-26B) (MSN 27965) 729th Bomb Squadron, 452nd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, 
					Pusan East [K-9], Korea. Damaged taxying at Pusan East 16Jun51. 
					Accident landing at Pusan East 5Aug51. SOC Jan54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air 
					Française 26Jan54. Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], 
					Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 16Nov55 and scrapped.
				34687 (MSN 27966) to civil registry as N9423Z
				34689 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in
					Korea Jul 8, 1952.
				34690 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
					Apr/Jun 1958.  Fate unknown.
				34692 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 5/30/52.
				34693 (B-26C) (MSN 27972) Designated TA-26C, later as TB-26C. 309th Base Unit, Greenville Field, SC. 
					Accident landing at Gainesville Airport, GA 16Mar48. Accident taking off with mechanical 
					failure at Greenville 6Jul48. SOC Feb54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 16Feb54. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55and scrapped.
				34697 on civil registry as N4807E with Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Anaheim, CA
				34698 (MSN 27977)	13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. "The 7th Chadwick";
					 'Wheel' symbol instead of code, the Squadron Commander's plane.  (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in
					 Korea Aug 8, 1952 with crew of 3
				34699 (17th BW, 95th BS) MIA on night interdiction mission,
					Korea Nov 14, 1952
				34703 (452nd BW, 428th BS) lost on might intruder mission
					Sep 1, 1951.
				34704 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 
					in Korea 12/18/51.
				34705 (452nd BW, 729th BS) shot down by AA over Sunchon, North
					Korea Dec 29, 1950.
				34706 (452nd BW, 730th BS) damaged by AAA over Paup, North
					Korea Apr 22, 1951.
				34707 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA in night mission 3/25/51.
				34708 to civil registry as N4808E
				34710 to civil registry as N9148H
				34712 delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945. to TBH-26B, then to 
					EB-26B, then JB-26B.  Dropped from inventory due to
					flying accident Jun 1957.
				34713 (MSN 27992, B-26B) SOC Jan54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 26Jan54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASK. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 10Nov55. 
					Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					Registered as N5538V. Star Flite, Inc. 1961; "Initiator V". Reregistered as N706ME. On Mark Engineering Co, Van Nuys, CA 1963. 
					Converted to On Mark Marketeer corporate aircraft. W. R. Bailard, Ventura, CA 1966; "Coastal Luck IV". 
					Reregistered 1966 as N36BB. Reregistered 1974 as N26MR. Reregistered 1975 as N26WB. 
					Damaged when the nose landing gear collapsed on landing 6Oct82. Wayne County Sheriff Dept, 
					Detroit, MI Jul88. National Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY 1988. Reregistered 25Nov92 as N706ME; current [Oct17]. 
					Open storage at Las Cruces, NM 2002 still painted as N26WB, fitted with 8 gun nose
				34715 (17th BW, 37th BS) lost Korea Jun 7, 1952.
				34718 to RB-26L - In Vietnam Mar 1963 to 
					Apr 1964 under *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Hill AFB.
				34722 (MSN 28001) on civil registry as N3222T, to Salvador in 1969 as 600,
					to N62289, then NX3222T.  Now at Tillamook NAS Air Museum, OR
				34724 (MSN 28003) to civil registry as N7662C, then CF-BVH, then
					C-FBVH.  Crashed while firebombing at Slave Lake, ALTA
					Apr 24, 1980
				34725 to civil registry as N4824E
				34726 (MSN 28005) sold in 1964 to Aeronautic Services Corp of
					Cheyenne, WY as N3152G.  Ferried as N31526 from Greg Board/
					Aero Associates of Tucson, AZ after being refurbished by
					Hamilton Aircraft of Tucson in Jul 1965 to Portuguese AF
					as FAP 7104.  Withdrawn and scrapped in 1971 due to corrosion problems.
					Some parts in storage at Museue do Ar at Alverca Air Base in Portugal. 
				34729 (MSN 28008) 822nd Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, USAF Europe, Laon-Couvron, France. 
					Accident at Laon 18Mar53. Modified as RB-26P. 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material 
					Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 6Mar61 as serial 44-34729. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Mar61 to Sep62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWT. Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], 
					Oran, Algeria from Sep62 to Nov63; Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Apr65; radio callsign F-ULVT. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Apr65 to Feb66; 
					radio callsign F-UKEF. WFU Feb66. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), Châteaudun, France. 
					Stored. SOC 27Mar68. Still extant Nov69.
				34730 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				34733 to civil registry as N9875C.
				34735 (TB-26B) SOC Dec 23, 1959 to MAP.  To Chile in 1960 as 849.
					Derelict at Santiago by April 1980.
				34736 on civil registry as N4821E.  Registration cancelled Aug 19, 2004 as
					sale reported 1977.  Last seen derelict at Tucson, AZ
				34738 (MSN 28017) purchased by Dean Milk Co of Franklin Park, IL in late 1950s and 
					converted to On Mark Marketeer N9861C, later N600D, N808D.
					In 1974 to Airspray 1967 Ltd of Canada as C-GWLU.  Destroyed in hangar fire
					Oct 16, 2000, Red Deer, Canada.  Registration cancelled Nov 7, 2000.
				34739 (TB-26B) to Chile in 1958 as 838.
					w/o May 19, 1962 when crashed into ocean.
				34740 served in Korea with 17th BG (Light), 37th BS.  Painted all black
				34741 (TB-26B) to Chile in 1960 as 848.  
					Converted to TB-26D.  Derelict at Santiago by April 1980.  Restored and
					preserved at the National Aeronautics Museum, Santiago, Chile as 840.
				34745 to TB-26B) 405th BS, 38th BG crashed 5mi N of Sezanne, France, due to engine failure (4 crew uninjured) on 10 Jul 54
				34746 on display at VFW Post 382, El Reno, OK
				34749 (MSN 28028, B-26C) sold on commercial market as N4823E.  Converted
					to B-26K by Hamilton Aircraft, Tucson, AZ and delivered
					to Brazilian AF in 1969 as 5174.  WFU and used as instructional
					airframe.  Preserved at ESPAer near Sao Paulo.  Sold back to
					Tired Iron Inc of Caspar, WY as N4959K Sep 1984.  Now with Abrams Airborne
					Manufacturing, Inc, Tucson, AZ.
				34750 (452nd BW, 729th BS) MIA Korea Sep 17, 1951.
				34752 (MSN 28031) to civil registry as N9853C	
44-34754/34775		Douglas A-26B Invader
				MSN 28033/28054
				Contact cancelled. Many were completed and delivered but were
				not taken on USAAF charge.  Many sold to civilian firms.
				34754 to civil registry as N66662, converted to On Mark Marketeer N666.
				34755 (MSN 28034) on civil registry as N67839,  converted to On
					Mark Marketeer, to N256H, N3035S.  Exchanged registrations
					with 41-39221 Jun 1968.
				34756 (B-26C) Not delivered to USAAF.To  RFC, Kingman, AZ Oct45. Stored.  To Charles H. Babb Co, Glendale, CA. 
					Registered 6Feb46 as NX67157. Ferried to Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, CA by Apr46. 
					Fairchild Aerial Surveys, Los Angeles, CA. Registered Dec46 as N67157. Fairchild Aerial Surveys, Venezuela Jan47.
					 Registered as YV-C-CTV. Registered 7Oct47 as N67157; cancelled 5Mar56. To Armée de l'Air Française 1951 as 
					serial 157.  To Centre d'Essai en Vol (CEV), Brétigny-sur-Orge, France. Modified as B-26TMR. Used for weapons tests.
					Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959,.   SOC 1968  
				34757 to civil registry as N67907.
				34758 (MSN 28037) Not delivered to USAAF. To RFC, Kingman, AZ Oct45. Stored. To Charles H. Babb Co, Glendale, CA. 
					6Feb46 as NX67908. Ferried to Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, CA by Apr46. 
					Ford Motor Co, Detroit, MI. 6Feb48. Registered 28Apr48 as N67908. Converted to executive 
					transport 1948 at Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, CA. Cancelled 13Oct55.  
					To Armée de l'Air Française 4Feb52  as serial 908. To Centre d'Essai en Vol (CEV), Brétigny-sur-Orge, France to Jul65; 
					radio callsign F-ZJNB. Renumbered with USAF serial Jul 1963.
				 	To Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM], Mont-de-Marsan, France 
					from 28Jul65 to Aug67; radio callsign F-SDIZ. Centre Inter-armées d'Essais d'Engins Spéciaux 343, 
					Colomb-Béchar, France Aug67. SOC 27Mar68.  Sold on civilian market as N67908
				34759 (MSN 28038) not delivered to USAAF, became NX67834 purchased by
					Milton Reynolds and used by Bill Odom and Tex Salee to break
					the round-the-world speed record with a time of 78 hours,
					55 minutes, 12 seconds.  To N28W, N956R. Passed into hands of Northrop
					Corp of Newbury Park, CA in 1969.  Abandoned in Iran in 1986 and
					subsequently noted at Aerospace Exhibition Center, Mehrabad, Teheran, Iran.
					Later to Bell Helicopters on civil registry as N956R but reported
					still derelict at Teheran Aug 1986. 
				34760 was completed but not delivered.  To civil registry as N951
				34761 to civil registry as N67158, N400E.  Converted to On Mark Marksman in 1961, 
					later N60XY, N60XX.
				34762 (MSN 28041) to civil registry as N67800, N4000, N4000K.  Converted to 
					Wold Invader.  When noted at Prestwick,
					Scotland Jul 24, 1963 was fitted with stinger tail and was operated by
					Aero Service Corp of Philadelphia.  Used for aerial surveys in Europe
					and Far East.  WFU at Dili East Timor in 1970s.  Reported
					1975 abandoned at Dili, Timor.  reported to have been damaged
					Jul 7 1972, which might have resulted in being WFU.
				34763 (MSN 28042)	Not delivered to USAAF. to RFC, Walnut Ridge, AR 1945. Stored. 
					Registered 29Apr46 as NX65779, later as N65779. Cancelled.  To Armée de l'Air Française as serial Z-001. 
					To Centre d'Essai en Vol (CEV), Brétigny-sur-Orge, France; radio callsign F-ZJNK. Renumbered 779. SOC c1968.
				34764 to civil registry as N67159
				34765 (MSN 28044) to N67160, later D-CAFY (NTU).  Registration
					N67160 reserved again in 1972, but aircraft was impounded
					at Antwerp.  Now on display at Musee Royal
					de l'Armee, Brussels, Belgium with tip tanks and other modifications
					removed.  Was never a Marksman, but did show evidence of some 1950s On mark modifications.
				34766 (MSN 28045) directly to RFC without entering USAAF service.  To civil registry as NX67807, flew in
					1947 Bendix race, then converted to On Mark Marketeer as
					N1243, later N910G, N9150, N26BK.  Still
					airworthy as N26BK  Acquired by USAFM.  By Sept 1982 displayed
					at Castle AFB, CA, but by 1987 was at Donald Douglas Museum
					and Library, Santa Monica, CA
				34767 (MSN 28046)	Not delivered to USAAF. To RFC, Kingman, AZ Oct45. Stored. Charles H. Babb Co, Glendale, CA. Registered 6Feb46 as NX67161. 
					Ferried to Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, CA by Apr46. Hudson Engineering Corp, Houston, TX 8Jan47. 
					Registered 21Nov47 as N67161; cancelled 13Oct55. Armée de l'Air Française as serial 161. Centre d'Essai en Vol (CEV), 
					Brétigny-sur-Orge, France. SOC c1968
				34768 converted to Grand Central A-26 N4852V.  Fitted with tail-mounted
					magnetometer for surveying by Coastways Associates in Europe
					1966 and then in SE Asia.  To Air Asia in 1967 and used for
					training in Taiwan, scrapped c. 1972
				34769 converted to On Mark Marketeer N67162, later N25S, N500M, N29711, N500MR Mar 1982.
					Flown to Greece Sep 1995 and based at Tanagra AB.  Reported at Hellenic AF Museum, presumably
					in storage..
				34770 to civil registry as N67814.
				34773 (B-26C) (MSN 28052)	Not delivered to USAAF. To RFC, Kingman, AZ Oct45. Stored. Charles H. Babb Co, Glendale, CA. 
					Registered 6Feb46 as NX67944. Ferried to Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, CA by Apr46. 
					Stevens & Co, New Orleans, LA 1951. Registered as N67944. Cancelled. Armée de l'Air Française 5Oct51 as serial 052. 
					Centre d'Essai en Vol (CEV), Brétigny-sur-Orge, France; radio callsign F-ZLAA. Designated B-26TMR. Used for armament testing. 
					Renumbered 44-34773 in March 1959. SOC 8Sep70. Musée de l'Air, Le Bourget, Paris, France 13Oct70. 
					Villacoublay AB, France 1972. Gate Guard. Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, Le Bourget, Paris, France 1985. 
					Displayed at Le Bourget 1985. Stored Paris-Dugny AB 1993/2002. 
					Restoration at Dugny 2002/2008 as French Air Force “435740/F”. Preserved and stored at Dugny. 
				34774 Coming off the line in October 1945, the plane was sent directly to RFC at Klingman, AZ., for sale.  
					It was purchased on 2/6/46 by the Charles H. Babb Co, Glendale, CA, who registered it as NX67163.  
					He ferried it to Glendale, CA for resale.  It was purchased on 12/2/46 by Paul V. Shields of 
					New York City, who registered it as NL67163 and converted it to an executive transport and then 
					sold it to Standard Oil of Chicago in April 1948, who registered it as N67163. They in turn sold 
					it to Standard Oil of Indiana in Chicago by 1961, and they registered it as N163Y.  They did more 
					executive modifications to the plane, including an On Mark Marksman-style nose.  In 1964 they 
					sold it to Pan American Petroleum Corporation of Tulsa, OK, who returned it to them in May 1965. 
					In August 1965 it was purchased by Nine Ten Corp of Chicago and registered N910Y.  In 1966 
					the plane went to Greenacres Farm Inc of Lexington, KY with registration N917Y.  By 1977 it was 
					with Joel McNeal of San Diego, CA.  In early 1985 it ended up with Courtesy Aircraft of 
					Rockford, IL, who in that march sold it to the Collings Foundation of Stowe, MA.  The aircraft 
					remained with Courtesy while they restored it over the next few years. On 11/7/90 Collings sold 
					the plane to Warbirds and Vehicles Museum in Seattle.  Then on 6/27/97 it was transferred to 
					Air Station Museum in Arlington, WA. On 1/31/10 ownership transferred to Aero-Trans Corp. of 
					Ocala, FL, and, lastly it was sold to Pasumek LLC of Provo, UT on 1/20/12, where it is undergoing rebuild.
				34775 was completed but not delivered.  
					Scrapped.
44-34776		Douglas XA-26D-DL Invader
				MSN 28055
				Prototype for proposed A-26D version which
				was to succeed A-26B.  Contract for 750
				A-26D-DLs cancelled after V-J Day.
44-34777/35197		Douglas A-26B Invader
				MSN 28056/28476
				Contact cancelled.  Many were completed and delivered but were
				not taken on USAAF charge.  Many sold to civilian firms.
				34780/35197 were cancelled before completion.
				34777 to civil registry as N66661 converted to On Mark Marketeer N1242,
					later N1242, N910F, N919P.  Crashed into Lake Michigan Nov 26, 1968. 
					Now in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				34778 (MSN 28057) to civil registry as N67943.  To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta,
					Canada as C-GWLT May 13, 1975.  Air Spray #98
44-35198/35357		Douglas A-26C-30-DT Invader
				MSN 28477/28636
				35201 Remained with the USAF until at least after 1948 because it was redesignated B-26C.  
					First civilian owner found was L.B. Smith Aircraft Corporation of Miami, who registered it 
					as N8025E in 1960.  He sold it to the Rock Island Oil & Refining Company of Wichita, KS, 
					who had converted it to a Monarch 26 executive aircraft.  It was then sold in January 1962 
					to Woodward Governor Company of Rockford, IL, who registered it as N137WG.  From there 
					it went to Supreme Machine Products of Rockford, IL in 1969, who registered it as N437W.  
					Early 1972 the plane was Stan Burnstein in Tulsa, OK, until 8/15/74 when it was sold to 
					Lester Risley of Anchorage, AK.  In 1977 the plane suffered a fatal crash while taking 
					off from Aniak Airport, due to flap control rod failure.  The aircraft was left there, 
					and was later taken to the dump by the airport management..
				35202 (B-26C) (MSN 28481) 728th Bomb Squadron, 452nd Bomb Group, 4th Air Force, George AFB, CA. 
					Accident landing at George 9Oct50. SOC Mar52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 12Mar52. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 17Nov55 and scrapped.  
				35204 was at Chanute AFB, IL.  In Jul 1994 it was moved for display to Heritage Airpark
					at Laughlin AFB, Texas.
				35205 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17678.
				35207 to B-26B -  To Vietnam in Jan 1963 under *Farm Gate*.
					Crashed on test flight near Bien Hoa Jan 7, 1964.
				35210 (3rd BW, 90th BS) MIA on night intruder mission Korea, Jul 1, 1953.  Wreckage on display at Victorious
					Fatherland Liberation War Museum, Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
				35215 to N86480, cancelled 1962
				35216 (RB-26C) (MSN 28495) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 14Sep56. Armée de l'Air Française 14Sep56. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to Apr57; radio callsign F-ULVA. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Apr57 to Mar62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWN. Renumbered 44-35216 in March 1959. Escadron de Bombardement 1/92 'Bourgogne' [EB 1/92], 
					Cognac, France from Mar62 to Sep62. Modified 1962 as RB-26P. Escadron de Reconnaissance 
					Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Sep62 to Nov63; Strasbourg, France 
					from 1Dec63 to Apr65; radio callsign F-ULVD. WFU Mar65. Stored 25Oct65.
				35217 (MSN 28496) to civil registry as N4820E, later CF-FIM, C-FFIM.
					Crashed near Calgary Jul 13, 1984
				35220 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 844?  Retired in 1964.
				35221 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik* Apr 1958.  May have been the aircraft
					in which Allen Pope was shot down.  To Air America as 8264 Oct 1959.  To Congo Aug 17, 1964.
				35223 (RB-26C) (MSN 28502) Modified as RB-26C. 106th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					118th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 9th Air Force, Shaw AFB, SC. Damaged by structural failure 
					4 miles N of Shaw 1May52. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française 
					14Sep56. Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to Apr57; radio callsign F-ULVB.
					 Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Apr57 to Oct61. 
					Modified 1962 as RB-26P. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France Mar62. 
					Accident 10Dec62. SOC 10Jul63.
				35224 to civil registry as N9421Z.  Now at March AFB Museum, California.  Bears 
					civil registration N6240D.  Registration was revoked, but restored Jul 1, 2005
				35227 damaged in taxi accident Nov 29, 1953 at K-14 Kimpo, Korea
				35228 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
					USAF Aug 1954.  
				35228 (B-26B) (MSN 28507) 90th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. 
					Crash landed at Kunsan 15Mar53. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 12Mar52. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 31Aug54. Armée de l'Air Française 26Dec56 as serial 531-B. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Dec56; radio callsign F-UIJZ; 
					radio callsign F-UIJS. Renumbered 44-35228 in March 1959. 
					Destroyed in collision with 44-34521 and 44-35953 March 4, 1963.	
				35229 damaged Jul 17, 1953 near Bowers, Maryland
				35230 (B-26B) (MSN 28509) Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Transferred to MDAP 
					project 6B541 for France. SOC 11Jul56. Armée de l'Air Française 4Dec56 as serial 533-B. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria 
					from Dec56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYR. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Dec56 to Mar59; radio callsign F-UIJR. Renumbered 44-35230 in March 1959. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Aug59 to Aug63; radio callsign F-UIJR. 
					WFU Aug63. Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 4Feb64.
				35232 was last A-26 in USAF inventory, maintained as instructional
					airframe at Albrook AFB, Canal Zone.  SOC in 1974.
				35234 to US civil registry as N9160Z	
				35235 (B-26B) (MSN 28514) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Apr54 for service in Incochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RBLS. 
					Returned to USAF 4Sep54.  Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 19Dec56.
					To Força Aérea Brasileira 1957 as serial 5153. Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
				35238 (MSN 28517) to civil registry as N3477G.  Reported Oct 1968
					derelict at Tucson, AZ.
				35239 (B-26C) (MSN 28518) 112nd Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Westover Field, MA. Damaged by mechanical 
					failure 3 miles NE of Chicopee Falls, MA 21Sep45. 2592nd Air Reserve Flying Center, Tinker AFB, OK. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure 10 miles ESE of Oklahoma City, OK 8Jul49. 2916th Air Materiel Group, 
					Mobile Air Materiel Area, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. Damaged by mechanical failure on the ground at 
					Brookley 29Mar51. HQ Squadron, Mobile Air Materiel Area, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 
					Damaged taxying at Brookley 11Aug51. SOC Mar52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 12Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASY. 
					Shot down April 26, 1954 at Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam.
				35240 (MSN 28519) to civil registry as N122Y, then N1221, now
					registered to John Coate of Miami as N1221
				35242 (MSN 28521, B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field for Operation *Haik* in
					1958.  To HP-381 in 1961.  To HP-322.  To Congo in 1964.
				35244 to civil registry as N2881G
				35245 (MSN 28524) converted to RB-26C.  Registered Sep 13, 1958
					to Norwegian civil registry as LN-AER with Wideroes Flyveselskap
					A/P of Oslo. Registration cancelled Jan 25, 1963 as
					withdrawn and scrapped.
				35251 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17672 in 1964.
				35256 (RB-26C) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française 28Sep56. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to Apr57; radio callsign F-ULVC. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Apr57. 
					Accident landing at Casablanca 25May57. SOC 2Dec57
				35257 (RB-26C) (MSN 28536) 37th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged by bird 
					strike 2 miles west of Turner Field, GA 18Jun45. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. 
					Armée de l'Air Française 30Oct56. Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], 
					from Oct56 to Aug57; radio callsign F-ULVD. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Aug57 to Apr58. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Nov58 to Feb62. Renumbered 44-35257 in March 1959. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Aug62 to Sep62. 
					Modified 1962 as RB-26P. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France Sep62. 
					Crashed into sea near Nice, France Oct 2, 1962.
				35262 (MSN 28541) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N72404
				35264 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5170. 
					Refurbished 1969 as B-26B.  Withdrawn 
					Dec 1975.
				35265 delivered to USAAF Mar 27, 1945.  To MASDC Dec 1959.
					Dropped from inventory as surplus Oct 1960.
				35267 (B-26B) (MSN 28546) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 7Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RBLU. 
					Returned to USAF 4Sep54. Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1962. Registered 20Mar62 as N8034E. 
					Consolidated Air Parts Co, Los Angeles, CA 1966. Stored derelict unconverted, Tucson, AZ 1969/1972. 
					Registration cancelled 27Sep73.  Scrapped early 1970s.
				35268 to Turkey as 7427 in Mar 1948.  SOC in 1954 
				35270 (MSN 28549)	440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35271 (MSN 28550) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					Modified as RB-26C. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Sep56. 
					Departed 1958. Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., Wichita, KS 11Jun58. Planned conversion to Rock Island 
					Monarch 26 corporate aircraft not commenced. Open storage at Hutchinson, KS. Registered as N4809E. 
					Consolidated Aero Export Corp, Los Angeles, CA 1969
				35272 (MSN 28551)	437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Atsugi AB, Japan. Damaged by mechanical 
					failure at Atsugi 19Sep46. Damaged by mechanical failure at Atsugi 20Sep46. 8th Bomb Squadron, 
					3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Iwakuni AB, Japan. Crashed after engine failure landing at Pohang [K-3], Korea 26Jun51. 
				35273 (MSN 28552) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					71st Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. Crash landed at Itami 11Jun48.
				35276 (MSN 28555)	438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa.
				35277 (MSN 28556)	438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Missing during a night intruder mission in
					the Pyongyang-Sariwon area over North Korea 7Jun51.  3 crew MIA.
				35278 (MSN 28557)  438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa.
					 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Far East Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. Damaged taxying at Yokota 21Jul47
				35279 (MSN 28558) 438th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35282 (MSN 28561)	439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Atsugi AB, Japan. Accident landing at Atsugi 19Jul46. 
					Designated TB-26B. 6162nd Air Base Wing, 5th Air Force, Johnson AB, Japan. 
					Crashed with fuel exhaustion after the crew bailed out over Hokkaido Island, Japan 2Jan51
				35283 built for RAF as KL693 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35284 built for RAF as KL694 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35285 (MSN 28564) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35286 (MSN 28565) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35287 (MSN 28566) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35288 (3rd BW, 13th BS) damaged by ground fire Aug 22, 1950
				35289 (MSN 28568) 437th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35290 built for RAF as KL695 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35291 built for RAF as KL696 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35292 (MSN 28571) 439th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35293 (MSN 28572)  440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Far East Air Force, Yokota AB, Japan. 
					Damaged in a collision on the ground with B-26C 44-34373 and 44-34382 at Yokota 20Oct49
				35295 (MSN 28574) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa
				35296 (MSN 28575) 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					Designated TB-26C. Base Flight, 8th Air Base Group, 5th Air Force, Itasuke AB, Japan. Accident taking off at Itasuke 16Oct55
				35297 built for RAF as KL697 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35298 built for RAF as KL698 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35299 440th Bomb Squadron, 319th Bomb Group, 7th Bomber Command, Machinato, Naha, Okinawa. 
					6032nd AT, 6302nd Air Base Group, 20th Air Force, Naha AB, Okinawa
				35300 modified as EB-26C and used for missile guidance development.
				35302 (391st BG) lost Aug 17, 1945, Europe
				35304 built for RAF as KL699 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35305 built for RAF as KL700 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35306 (MSN 28585, B-26B?) to Guatemala in 1960 as 428.  WFU 1968.
				35307 (B-26B) (MSN 28586) Modified as RB-26C. 12th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Group, 5th Air Force, Kimpo [K-14], Korea. Accident landing at Kimpo 8Apr53. SOC Mar54. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Apr54. Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; 
					radio callsign F-UHJA. Returned to USAF 20Oct55 and scrapped.
				35308 (731st BS, 3rd BG) made emergency landing at K-3 4/19/51, ran off runway and probably
					destroyed.
				35311 built for RAF as KL701 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35312 built for RAF as KL702 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35313 to Turkey as 7420 in Mar 1948.  SOC 1954
				35315 (B-26B) (MSN 28594) 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. 
					Damaged by fire on the ground at Kunsan 26May53. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 7Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 28Aug54 and scrapped.  
				35316 (MSN 28595) Designated TB-26C. HQ Squadron, Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA. 
					Damaged taxying at Offutt AFB, NB 11Oct51. 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, 
					Châteauroux, France. Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 15Apr60 as serial 44-35316. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Apr60; radio callsign F-UIWI. 
					Destroyed at Bir Latrousse, Algeria, September 14, 1960.
				35317 MSN 28596) 422nd Bomb Squadron, 4400th Combat Crew Training Group, Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA. 
					Accident landing at Lajes Field, Azores 27Jun53. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. 
					TO Armée de l'Air Française 16Oct56 as serial 620. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Oct56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYG. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France Oct56; radio callsign F-UKEG; to Apr67; radio callsign F-UKEV. Renumbered 44-35317 in March 1959. 
					Modified 1962 as B-26APQ13 radar trainer by Union Aeromaritime de Transport (UAT), Le Bourget, Paris, France. 
					WFU Apr67. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), Châteaudun, France. Stored. SOC 27Mar68.
				35318 built for RAF as KL703 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35319 built for RAF as KL704 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35321 to Turkey as 7415 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jul 1948
				35322 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17641 in 1964.
				35323 (RB-26C, MSN 28602) assigned to 67th TRG in Korea.  To civil registry as N8026E and
					flew as air tanker in USA.  Later to Conair as
					CF-CDD.  Now flying as N8026E with Air Museum
					Planes of Fame.  Noted Oct 2004 at Planes of Fame Grand
					Canyon, Valle, AZ
				35324 (ATC) in landing accident at Borinquen Field, Aquadilla, Puerto Rico Apr 13, 1945 while on ferry flight.
					All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				35325 built for RAF as KL705 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35326 Accepted by the USAAF in February 1945, this was originally scheduled for delivery to the RAF as KL706. 
					In May 1945 it was flown to the Sacramento Air Technical Service Center and stored until 8/22/45.  
					It was then flown to Phoenix for delivery to the Navy, but they apparently did not want it after all.  
					In June 1948 it was redesignated B-26C, then 8 years later flown to Hill AFB, UT for disposal.  
					In May 1956 On Mark Engineering of Van Nuys, CA bought it and registered it as N2889D, and in the 
					following year N40Y.  In 1957 On Mark converted this as the prototype Marketeer executive aircraft.  
					It was then sold to Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company of Youngstown, OH, who owned it from 1957 to 
					about 1962, having reregistered it as N401Y in 1960. It was then sold to Both Leasing Corp. of 
					San Francisco, and by 1969 it was with Business Aircraft Lessors of Elyria, OH.  By 1977 it 
					was with Active Air Inc of Wakeman, OH, then by 1987 to Endless Turn/Dale Faust of Leoti, KS.  
					By May of 1990 it was purchased by Stallion Aircraft/Jack Rodgers of Bensenville, IL.  In 1993 
					Jack registered the plane with Air Classics Museum at DuPage Airport, IL.  It was restored to 
					flying condition by 1995 and painted in a Korean War black scheme. Unfortunately, Jack was 
					killed in a plane crash on 6/13/95 at DuPage Airport and his estate transferred the plane to 
					Air Classics, Inc of Chicago, IL. In 1998 the plane made its last flight, which was from 
					DuPage to Rockford, and it was registered to Courtesy Aircraft sales on 6/15/99.  By 2004 the 
					plane was restored to overall black with red lettering Korean War paint scheme by Courtesy.  
					Meanwhile, Tidewater Wings of Virginia Beach, VA purchased the plane in June 1999, with the 
					plane finally being registered to them in April 2000, while the plane remained at Rockford.  
					In late 2011 it was trucked from Rockford, IL, to the Indiana Military Museum in Vincennes 
					and restored in overall silver WWII markings for static display.. 
				35331 (B-26C) (MSN 28610) SOC Mar52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 18Apr52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. Crashed into 
					Mekong river April 11, 1954 after being hit by flak over Dien Bien Phu.
				35332 built for RAF as KL707 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35333 built for RAF as KL708 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35335 to B-26B - To Vietnam in Jan 1963 under *Farm Gate*.  Operated by Detachment 2A, 4400th Combat
					Crew Training Squadron.  Terminated Nov 21, 1963 due to
					"natural phenomenon"
				35345 (MSN 28624, B-26B)Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 7Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 27Aug54. Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1962. Registered 20Mar62 as N8031E. 
					Consolidated Air Parts Co, Los Angeles, CA 1966. Stored derelict unconverted, Tucson, AZ 1969/1972. 
					Scrapped early 1970s.  Registration cancelled 21Jan76 
				35350 converted to DB-26 drone director aircraft.
				35355 (3rd BW, 8th BS) shot down by AAA on night intruder mission, Korea Jul 1, 1953.
				35357 (B-26C) (MSN 28636) SOC Feb52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Mar52 for service in Indochina.
					Crashed on landing at Cát Bi [Hai Phong] April 10, 1954. SOC May54