1944 USAAF Serial Numbers (44-83886 to 44-92098)


Last revised November 3, 2018


44-83886/83887		North American XP-82 Twin Mustang
				MSN 120-43742/43743
				83886 assigned to Wright Field, OH.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later 
					as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 6, 1948 to Oct 5, 1955.
					Registered as NACA 114.  Salvage, Langley AFB, VA
				83887 Accepted by the USAAF Sep 11, 1945.  Returned to North American Aviation for testing.
					Delivered to USAAF Mar 18, 1946 for performance tests
					Assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Oct 1947.
					Code PQ-887, also FQ-887.
					Used for high altitude test work.  Later used to test Marquardt ram jet engines.
					On 25 February 1950 the aircraft received substantial damage as it slid off an icy runway.
					Sold to Walter Soplata after accident mid-1950.  Now with the Walter 
					Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Reported in June 2008 issue
					of "Aircraft Illustrated" to be under restoration to fly at
					Kissimmee, FL.  Nearing completion under Tom Reilly's shop in Douglas, GA.
44-83888/83889		North American XP-82A Twin Mustang
				MSN 120-43744/43745
				83889 was cancelled.
44-83890/83893		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83890  Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45
					Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Modified to Assigned to 2750th AF Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Mid air collision 8Oct51 20 miles SW of Lafayette, LA.  Salvaged 31Jan52 
				83891 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed 7May54 
				83892 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Named ‘Sexy One’
					(331st BG, 356th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 5, 1945.  All crew survived, 
					aircraft was repaired.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54 
				83893 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Named ‘Salome!’.  Named ‘Dode’		Renamed for POW rescue flight
					(331st B G, 355th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 6, 1945.  All crew survived.  
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
44-83894		Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA 
				83894 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Damaged Jun 10, 1945 Kansas (weather-related)  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
44-83895		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA 
				83895 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 6Jan55 
44-83896/83899		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA 
				83896 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 11Oct54 
				83897 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Cramer’s Crapper’.  Named ‘No Name!’.  Named ‘Salty Dog’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Jul54 
				83898 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54 
				83899 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Crashed 26Aug45 five miles NNE from Isely Field, Saipan on a POW support mission
44-83900		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83900 Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-83901/83903		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83901 Delivered to USAAF 23Apr45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed 21Jul54
				83902 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘8 Ball’.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 7Apr54 
				83903 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Assigned to 2920th Base Unit at Tinker AFB, OK
					Damaged 10Sep49 in a collision on the ground at Tinker AFB, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Dec49
44-83904		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83904 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83905/83907		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83905 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Shrewd Maneuver’.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					Accident 31Aug53 in a ground collision at Randolph AFB, TX
					Suffered landing gear failure during touch-down at Eielson AFB, Alaska April 17, 1956.  The aircraft 
					was damaged beyond repair when ground crews tried to haul the plane away. The plane was stripped of 
					its vital components and sat derelict near the flight-line for many years. 
				83906 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 91st Air Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Lockbourne AFB, OH
					Accident 7Jul52 landing at Castle AFB, CA.  Named ‘Regina Coeli’. Listed as being with
					420th Air Refuelling Squadron and colliding in midair with 44-69846 over Saint Lo, Normandy, France 
					Feb 2, 1957.  Total of 11 fatalities from both aircraft.
				83907 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Jus’one Motime’.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 7May54 
44-83908		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83908 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83909/83910		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				83909 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54 
				83910 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 11Oct54 
44-83911		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Modified to TB-29
				83911 Assigned to 421st Army AF Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
					Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					(TB-29) damaged Sep 25, 1945 in taxi accident at Van Nuys, California
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
44-83912/83913		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83912 Delivered to USAAF 5May45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54 
				83913 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54 
44-83914		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83914 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 460th Bomb Squadron, 333th Bomb Group
					Accident 22Jun45 due to mechanical failure on the gunnery range at Smoky Hill AAF, KS 
					Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83915/83916		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83915 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
				83916 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
44-83917		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83917 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83918/83919		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83918 Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Damaged Sep 7, 1945 in taxi accident at NW Field, Guam
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 3Jun51-Aug51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54 
				83919 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA.  Named ‘Triflin’ Gal’
					Damaged Jul 15, 1950 on landing at Burtonwood, UK.  Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to 
					Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
44-83920		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83920 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83921/83922		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83921.  Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Assigned to 430th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Salvaged at Barksdale AFB, LA 29Apr50 
				83922 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Apr54 
44-83923		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83923 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83924/83925		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83924 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Assigned to 91st Air Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Lockbourne AFB, OH
					Accident 3Jan51 landing at Barksdale AFB, LA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54 
				83925 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54 
44-83926		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83926 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-83927		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83927 Delivered to USAAF 9May45
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA May 9, 1945 to Sep 10, 1946
					Assigned to 91st Air Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Lockbourne AFB, OH
					Accident 8Oct52 at Castle AFB, CA.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Jul54 	
44-83928		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83928 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-83929		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83929 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
44-83930		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83930 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-83931		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83931 Delivered to USAAF 16May45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-83932		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83932 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
44-83933		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83933 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Jul54 
44-83934		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83934 Delivered to USAAF 31May45
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Pa-Pa-San’s Parasites’.  Named ‘Shack Rabbit’.  Named ‘Undecided’
					Accident 15Oct53 due to structural failure 30 miles S of Yokota AB, Japan
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54 
44-83935		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Modified to TB-29B
				Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
				Accident 22Mar54 due to structural failure at the Matagordo gunnery range, TX
				Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 1954 
44-83936		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83936 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
44-83937		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 15May45. Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Named ‘Nosmo King’.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31Jul54 
44-83938		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54 
44-83939		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Force landed 8Oct52 due to engine failure at Lihue Field, Kauai, HI
44-83940		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83941/83944		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83941 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Condemned at Tinker AFB, OK 31Mar48 
				83942 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					(502 BG) lost Aug 30, 1945, Central Pacific.  Took off from Florida Blanca, Luzon, Philippines 
					enroute to Guam with 10 crew on board. Not heard from again.
				83943 Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Pom Pom’.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 18May54 \
				83944 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 91st Air Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Crashed near Parsons, KS Feb 13, 1951, after becoming uncontrollable in level flight at 11000 ft. 
					All crew bailed out, but one crew member drowned on landing.
44-83945		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83945 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83946		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
			     Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83946 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Victory Jean’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54 
44-83947		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83947 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54 
44-83948		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83948 Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 23Nov54 
44-83949		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83949 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83950		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83950 Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK Jun51
					Crashed near Kirkcudbright, Scotland Jul 7, 1951.  All 11 on board killed.
44-83951		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83951 Delivered to USAAF 2Jun45. Converted to KB-29P
					Assigned to 307th Air Refueling Squadron, 6th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					Accident 25Mar52 taxying at Barksdale AFB, LA
					Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 17Aug54 
44-83952		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83952 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 91st Air Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Accident 10Apr51 during taxying at Biggs AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 23Nov54 
44-83953		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83953 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					92nd BG, transferred to 307th BG, Damaged Jan 19, 1951 in landing
					accident at Macdill AB, Florida  reclaimed Dec 7, 1954 at Tinker AFB.  
44-83954		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83954 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Condemned at Tinker AFB, OK 28Jul48 
44-83955		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83955 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-83956		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83956 Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 2Jun51-Aug51
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 12Oct54 
44-83957		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				83957 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53 
44-83958/83959		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				83958 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Accident 17Jun52 due to mechanical failure landing at Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
				83959 Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Assigned to 430th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 5May51-Aug51
					Reclaimed at Hunter AFB, GA 2Sep54 
44-83960		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 1521st Army AF Base Unit, Hickam Field, HI
					W/o 12 mi S of Livermore, California Mar 19, 1946.
					The aircraft was on a ferry flight from Hawaii when it smashed into Central California's Wauhab 
					Ridge in the predawn hours of March 19, 1946, killing all seven aboard. 
44-83961		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 3rd Tow Target Squadron, Sewart AFB, TN
					Damaged Sep 9, 1952 in landing accident at Sewart AB, Tennessee.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 16Feb54 
44-83962		Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Salvaged overseas 28Feb46 
44-83963		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 620th Army AF Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50 
44-83964		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  With 435th BS, 333rd BG Missing near Guam Oct 7, 1945.  MACR 14979.  
					An engine failed then the propeller tore off. It was carrying a crew of 9 with 2 passengers from 
					Okinawa to Guam. Most of the men survived but 2 were never found.
44-83965		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19May45
44-83966		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
					Named ‘Never Been Tried’.  Named ‘RSM Dragon’		[‘our ass am dragon’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Tried and Won’		renamed after flying combat 
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 7May54 
44-83967		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 3Jun51-Aug51
					Damaged Jan 17, 1951 in midair collision with B-50D 49-0315 near Hunter AB, Georgia.
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 24Jan55 
44-83968		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45 Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
44-83969		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Modified to EB-29B.  Assigned to 608th BEXG
					Assigned to 6520th Flight Test Squadron, 6520th Test Support Wing, LG Hanscom AFB, MA
					Accident 20Jul54 due to structural failure near LG Hanscom AFB, MA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 9Jan55 
44-83970		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
44-83971		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 506th Air Refueling Squadron, 506th Strategic Fighter Wing, Dow AFB, ME
					Accident 18Mar54 when the aircraft ground looped taxying at Dow AFB, ME
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54 
44-83972		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 28Jul48 

44-83973		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Modified to TB-29B
					Assigned to 620th Army AF Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
					Crashed while making emergency landing at Muroc Dry Lake, CA Jun 4, 1946.
44-83974		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Princess Pat III’.  Named ‘Punch Bowl Queen’
					Assigned to 507th Bomb Squadron, 333rd Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged Oct 24, 1945 in taxi accident at Kadena AB, Okinawa. 
					Crash landed 7Oct49 at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Salvaged at Kadena AB, Okinawa 24Jan50 
				 	W/o at Kadena Jan 24, 1950.
44-83975		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 320th PTS.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 31Dec54 
44-83976		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
44-83977		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 608th BEXG.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Jul54 
44-83978		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45
				Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
				Damaged Oct 12, 1949 in landing accident at North Field, Guam.  Salvaged at North Field, Guam 4May50 
44-83979		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 430th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31May54 
44-83980		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 6Apr53 
44-83981		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 27Jul54 
44-83982		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
44-83983		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Damaged Aug 23, 1945 in taxiing accident at NW Field, Guam Aug 23, 1945
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 13Oct54 				
44-83984		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 314th Bomb Wing
				Salvaged at Robins AFB, GA 17Oct507 
44-83985		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 1May51-Aug51
				Crashed Jul 10, 1953 with 2nd BW, 2nd ARS, Hunter Field, GA. All 10 aboard killed.
				The aircraft crashed in a marshy swamp about seven and a half miles south-southwest of Hunter AFB, Savannah, 
				Georgia. The B-29 was on a training mission, and an explosion was believed to be the probable cause. 
44-83986		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
44-83987		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 23Sep54 
44-83988		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘No Seeum Perdium’.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 14Sep54 
44-83989		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 430th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 3Jun51-Aug51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 5Jul54 
44-83990		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortres	
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Damaged Feb 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Westover AB, MA. Salvaged
44-83991		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
44-83992		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45,  Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Where Next?’
				Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 7May54 
44-83993		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 9May51-Aug51
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 12Oct54 
44-83994		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
44-83995		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group. Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 31Mar54 
44-83996		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Round Ticket’.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 23rd Reconnaissance Squadron, Very Long Range, Photographic, 5th Reconnaissance Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
				Crashed 7Nov48 due to weather north east of Guam.  Condemned at Kadena AB, Okinawa 17Aug49 
44-83997		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-83998		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Surveyed after crash 31Aug45 
				There is a photo showing this plane completely destroyed by fire on the ground.
44-83999		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 3Dec54 
44-84000		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Sweet and Lovely’.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 
44-84001		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 12Oct54 
44-84002		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Kings Cave Men’.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24May49 
44-84003		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 485th Army AF Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
				Damaged 18Aug45 due to mechanical failure at Kearney AAF, NB
				Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 6th Bomb Group. Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Accident 27Aug53 due to mechanical failure 3 miles S of Alpine, TX
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54 
44-84004		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84005		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 17Nov54 
44-84006		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
				Salvaged at Eglin AFB, FL 20Jul50 
44-84007		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Accident 23Sep53 due to weather 40 miles S of Walker AFB, NM
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 16Jan55
44-84008		Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Assigned to 346th Bomb Group. Salvaged
44-84009		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 9Jun51-Aug51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 7Sep54 
44-84010		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 17Oct50 
44-84011		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 22Mar54 
44-84012		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
				Damaged 30Apr49 due to mechanical failure at North Field, Guam.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 17Oct50 
44-84013		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 7Dec54 
44-84014		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
				W/o Jun 23, 1950 when ditched 140 mi SSE off Andersen AB, Guam.  3 killed.
44-84015		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 307th Air Refueling Squadron, 6th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. Redeployed to Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Accident 20Mar52 taxying at Langley AFB, VA
				Crashed 3Aug53 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 4 miles E of Elgin, TX. The aircraft 
				exploded and was destroyed by fire. The twelve crew parachuted to safety with one minor injury.
44-84016		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa.  Named ‘Torrid Tolly’
				Destroyed by fire at Kadena AB, Okinawa when the ground crew washed down a hot engine with gasoline.
				Condemned 2Jan47 
44-84017		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
				Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54 
44-84018		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Salvaged at Robins AFB, GA 17Oct50 
44-84019		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 430th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Named ‘City of Sam Bee’. Assigned to 333th Bomb Group.  W/o Dec 20, 1945 North Field, Guam
44-84020		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
				Damaged 4Jun48 by friendly fire on the bombing range at Farallon de Medinilla, Guam
				Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 21Oct53
44-84021		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 333rd Bomb Group
				Assigned to 3135th Electronics Squadron, Griffiss AFB, NY 
				Accident 29Dec48 due to mechanical failure landing at Ladd AFB, AK
				Reclaimed at Ladd AFB, AK 6Feb50 
44-84022		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84023		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 242nd Army AF Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
44-84024		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
				Assigned to 330th Bomb Group
				Damaged Nov 27, 1946 on landing at Yokota AB, Japan.  Salvaged at Castle AFB, CA 16Nov49 
44-84025		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing.  Stored at Pyote AFB, TX
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 27th Air Refueling Squadron, Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10Oct54 
44-84026		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84027		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
44-84028		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
				92nd BG, 327th BS, crashed Aug 30, 1949 4 mi N of Wellpinit, WA after engine failure.  Crew bailed out, copilot killed.
44-84029		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Assigned to 27th Air Refueling Squadron, Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Accident 4Oct54 on the ground at Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Crashed on landing at Bergstrom AFB, TX Jan 10, 1957.  4 killed.
44-84030		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Oh Tree Oh’.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Aug50
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84031		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				(331st BG, HQ) suffered structural failure 10 mi S of Harmon Field, Guam Jan 22, 1946.  
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 307th Air Refueling Squadron, 6th Bomb Wing, Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Accident 20Feb53 due to engine failure at Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 5Jul54 
44-84032		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Tucker’s Trolley’.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
				92nd BG, salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
44-84033		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Offutt AFB, NB 30Jan55 
44-84034		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Rat Poison’.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan50
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53 
44-84035		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.  Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45
				Assigned to 4112nd Army AF Base Unit, Olmsted, PA.  Modified to EB-29B
				Assigned to 6520th Flight Test Squadron, 6520th Test Support Wing, LG Hanscom AFB, MA
				Damaged 21Sep54 by a bird strike.  Reclaimed at Laurinburg AFB, NC 21Sep54 
44-84036		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.  Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45
				Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
				(2nd BG, 49th BS) crashed after takeoff 3 mi SE of Tucson, AZ Dec 16, 1947.  12 killed, 8 survived.
44-84037		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 2920th Aircraft Maintenance Unit at Tinker AFB, OK
				Damaged 30Nov48 taxying at Tinker AFB, OK
				Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 29Jul54 
44-84038		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Converted to KB-29P.  Assigned to 93rd Air Refueling Squadron, 93rd Bomb Wing, Castle AFB, CA
				Damaged 8Dec52 due to mechanical failure near Bakersfield, CA.  Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 18Jul54 		
44-84039		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Dec54 
44-84040		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45. Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
				Named ‘Too Late’.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
				Accident 3May46 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group
				Reclaimed overseas 5Aug48
44-84041		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
				Reclaimed at George AFB, CA 24Feb54.  Transferred to US Navy
				Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				Used for explosive testing (ground) China Lake cir: 1967
44-84042		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
				Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				W/o Oct 24, 1946 on landing at Kadena AB, Okinawa
44-84043		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA SuperfortressBuilt under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45
				Converted to XB-29G flying test bed for General Electric jet engines.
				Damaged 27Jul53 by fire at Schenectady County Airport, NY
				Reclaimed at Schenectady, NY 27May54 
44-84044		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Donald’s Ducks’		named after the Aircraft Commander, Donald Jones
				Accident 26Sep45 when the aircraft landed short at Bolo Point airfield, Okinawa
				Salvaged overseas 28Aug46.  [At some time a German WWI pilot credited with three kills was allowed 
				to fly this plane. He had become a US citizen and joined the US AF.]
44-84045		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 12Oct54 
44-84046		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group. Transferred to US Army
				Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 5May46. Used as a target for weapons testing
44-84047		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 11Oct54 
44-84048		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84049		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 30Sep54 
44-84050		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Reclaimed at Harmon Field, Guam 8Jun48 
44-84051		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 346th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 19Sep54 
44-84052		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Alamogordo AAF, NM
				Assigned to 3417th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 3415th Aircraft Maintenance Group, Lowry AFB, CO 
				Accident 29Jul51 when the aircraft ground looped landing at Lowry AFB, CO
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84053		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45.  Named ‘Bonnie Lee’.   Converted to TB-29B
				Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
				Reclaimed at Komaki AB, Japan 8Nov54 
				Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1956. Used as a target for weapons testing
				Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the 78th Air Base Wing, Robins AFB, GA. 
				To Robins AFB 1983 for restoration and display
				Preserved and on display at the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA
44-84054		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
				Named ‘Black Hills Baby’.  Assigned to 37th Air Rescue Squadron, 3rd Air Rescue Group, Komaki AB, Japan 
				Force landed 19Dec53 due to engine failure at Komaki AB, Japan
44-84055		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 1504th Army AF Base Unit, Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA
				Accident 18May46 taxying at Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 4May51-Aug51
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 19Dec54 
44-84056		Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Harmon Field, Guam 7Jul49 
44-84057		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 6Jun54 
44-84058		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed Far East 20Jan49 
44-84059		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54 
44-84060		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Assigned to 444th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
44-84061		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45
				Upgraded with fuel injected Wright R-3350-79 engines and redesignated YB-29J. Other engine-associated items 
				were also upgraded, including new Curtiss propellers, and 'Andy Gump' cowlings, in which the oil coolers 
				have separate air intakes.  
				Named ‘Pacusan Dreamboat’.  The aircraft was involved in several record flights. 
				11Dec45: Colonel Clarence S. Irvine and the crew of the B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat set a record, flying from 
				Burbank, California to overhead Floyd Bennett Field, New York, in 5 hours, 27 minutes, 8 seconds. The 
				average speed for the 2,464-mile flight was 450.38 miles per hour (724.82 kilometers per hour). 
				Oct46: Grossing 149,000 pounds and carrying 13,400 gallons of fuel, the aircraft took off from Honolulu 
				and flew 10,000 miles over the Arctic to Cairo, Egypt in 39 hours and 36 minutes
				Modified for photo reconnaissance and redesignated FB-29J. Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
				Modified to TB-29B.  Assigned to 64th Army AF Base Unit, Andrews AAF, MD
				Damaged 13Jan48 by a bird over Biggs AAF, TX
				Damaged 11Aug48 due to weather 15 miles SE of Rapid City, SD
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
44-84062		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Named ‘Pot Limit’.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 3rd Bomb Group, Yokota AB, Japan
				W/o May 16, 1947 at Yokota AB, Japan
44-84063		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Wolf Pack’
				Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
44-84064		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Group.  Salvaged overseas 5Aug48 
44-84065		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Named Fluffy Fuzz IV
				Set a record by carrying a payload of 2,000kg to 46,522 feet on May 13, 1946, then on the following day 
				took 5,000kg to 45,252 feet. During the flight one engine gave constant trouble and finally blew a cylinder; 
				a cabin fire broke out and was extinguished; trim tabs froze up and the turbo chargers plagued the pilots.
				Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Queen of the Neches’
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 28Nov54 
44-84066		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
				Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
				Accident 18Nov48 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa
				92nd BG, 325th BS, "Townswicks Terrors" to reclamation Sep 27, 1954 at McClellan AFB
44-84067		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54 
44-84068		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
				Named ‘Lady in Waiting’.  Named ‘Shaft Absorber’
				Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, McCook, NE
				Assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
				Reclaimed Far East 17Aug49 
44-84069		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45
				Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Accident 19Jun53 landing at Walker AFB, NM
				Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 19Aug54 
44-84070		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45 Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
44-84071		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Mid air collision 22Jan52 near Pampa, TX.  Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 10Oct54 
44-84072		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45. Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
				W/o in crash Aug 13, 1945 7 mi NE of White City, Kansas. Crew bailed out.
44-84073		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45
				Assigned to 4150th Electronics Experimental Squadron (ATSC), Boca Raton AAF, FL
				Used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs.  Damaged Dec 31, 1946 on landing at Boca Raton AAF, Florida
				Assigned to Air Research and Development Command (ARDC), Holloman AFB, NM. 
				Reclaimed at Burbank, CA 28Jan54.  Parts noted in scrap yard at Blue Canyon, Socorro, NM [Oct82]
44-84074		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
				W/o Jul 9, 1947 in landing at Giebelstadt AB, West Germany
44-84075		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 15Jul54 
44-84076		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 4Aug45
				Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, Victoria, Kansas, August 1945.
				Assigned to San Antonio Air Material Center, Kelly AAF, TX, September 1945.
				Assigned to 4196th Army AF Base Unit (Air Material Command), Victorville AAF, CA, for storage November 1945.
				Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit (AMC), Robins AAF, GA, May 1946.
				Assigned to 4119th Army AF Base Unit (AMC), Brookley AAF, AL, August 1946.
				Assigned to 97th Bombardment Group (Strategic Air Command), Smoky Hill AAF, KS, April 1947.
				Assigned to 28th Bombardment Group (SAC), Rapid City (later Weaver) AFB, SD, October 1947.
				Named ‘Percussion Steamboat’
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA, February 1949.
				Assigned to Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK, September 1949.
				Modified to TB-29B for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AF Base, OK Apr50
				Assigned to 11th Radar Calibration Squadron (Air Defense Command), Hamilton AFB, CA, March 1951.
				Assigned to 112th Radar Calibration Squadron (ADC), Hamilton AFB, CA, September 1952.
				Assigned to 4th Radar Calibration Squadron (ADC), Hamilton AFB, CA, February 1953.
				Damaged 17Mar54 in a collision with TB-29 44-61972 on the ground at Hamilton AFB, CA
				Assigned to 4754th Radar Evaluation Flight (ADC), Hamilton AFB, CA, March 1954.
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 13Oct54 
				Assigned to 4754th Radar Evaluation Squadron (ADC), Hamilton AFB, CA, July 1958.
				Assigned to 3902nd AFs Base Wing (SAC), Offutt AFB, NB, July 1959.
				Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the Strategic Aerospace Museum, Offutt AFB, NB, July 1959. 
				The museum's name changed to the Strategic Air Command Museum or SAC Museum
				The museum moved location to Ashland, NE May 1998
				The museum's name changed to the Strategic Air & Space Museum June 2001
				To be renamed as the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum June 2016.
				Preserved and on display as ‘Man O War’
44-84077		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 17th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				On the 2 September 1945 the aircraft was on a mercy mission to Osaka with supplies for US POW's. A few hours 
				after takeoff, the aircraft commander contacted the tower at Northwest Field, Guam and reported mechanical 
				difficulties with their aircraft. The aircraft returned to base to land. After circling the field for a few 
				hours to burn off fuel, the crew prepared for landing. Finally, it came in for what at first seemed to be a 
				normal landing, but at the last moment, it swerved, hit a wingtip on a tree, and burst into flames. 
				The only members of the crew saved were the 3 gunners; the aircraft broke into two parts, and they were able 
				to get out of the tail section. Nine crew were killed and one survivor died of his injuries.
				MACR 15384.  
44-84078		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan50
				Assigned to B Flight, 3rd Air Rescue Squadron, Japan.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 15Apr54 
44-84079		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 11Oct54 
44-84080		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Accident 21Aug47 at Kadena AB, Okinawa
				Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Soft Touch’
				Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘All Shook’
				Salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
44-84081		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 15Jul52 \
44-84082		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Reclaimed overseas 5Aug48 
44-84083		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Bailed to MIT in 1953 and made first 
				transcontinental flight under sole control of an inertial navigation system.
				Reclaimed at Hanscom AFB, MA 7Nov54 
44-84084		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Modified as SB-29B with underfuselage boat
				At Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan50   Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 15Sep54 
				Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				One of four B-29s obtained by Walt Disney Studios from the U.S. Navy at NAWS China Lake for use in the movie 
				*The Last Flight of Noah's Ark* 1979-80
				Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to Travis AFB, CA, 1987.
				Wings of 44-84084 used in rebuild of 44-61535 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA.
				To Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL, 1987-1991.  In store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, 
				Florida.  Stored disassembled, Borrego Springs, CA, 1987-1991.
				Owned by Aero Trader, Chino, CA.  Offered for sale as a potential flying restoration package.
44-84085		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				Assigned to 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
				Accident 26Feb52 landing at Hunter AFB, GA
				Accident 6Dec52  taxying at RAF Brize Norton, UK.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7May53 
44-84086		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45. Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Mar50
				Reclaimed at Komaki AB, Japan 5May53 
44-84087		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Salvaged 9May51
44-84088		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
				Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Feb50
				Reclaimed 27Apr54
44-84089		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
44-84090		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
				Accident 31May47 due to mechanical failure 5 miles SSE of Vineland
				Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 17Oct50
44-84091		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
44-84092		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84093		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
44-84094		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
				Accident 27Oct51 due to engine failure 378 miles E of Lajes AFB, Azores
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
44-84095		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Modified to TB-29B
				Assigned to 427th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
				Damaged 12Dec45 in a collision on the ground with B-29 45-21719 at Roswell AAF, NM
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 14Sep54 
44-84096		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Assigned to 77th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
				Accident 10Jun48 taxying at Weaver AFB, SD
				Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan50
				Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 2Feb54
44-84097		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Mar53
44-84098		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
				Accident 4Dec48 due to mechanical failure landing at Harmon AFB, Guam
				Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 21Oct53
44-84099		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
44-84100		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Damaged Jan 15, 1947 in Florida
				Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group [reported at RAF Marham, UK Jun47]
				Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54				
44-84101		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Aug45.  Assigned to 1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AF Base, TX
				Reclaimed at Biggs AFB, TX 15Dec54
44-84102		Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
				Boeing B-29 built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
44-84103		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 2754th AFs Base Group, Holloman AAF, NM
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
44-84104		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84105		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.  Delivered to USAAF 18Aug45
				Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA.  Reclaimed at Eglin AFB, FL 24Jan55
44-84106		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84107		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 11Oct54
44-84108		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45
				Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
44-84109		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Aug45.  Assigned to 4127th Army AF Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
				Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54
44-84110		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Willy’s Ice Wagon’
				Surveyed at Randolph AFB, TX 25Nov52 
44-84111		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Aug45.  Assigned to 2759th AFs Base Unit, Muroc Field, CA
				Modified by McDonnell, St Louis late 1947 to carry, launch and retrieve the XP-85 Goblin. Designated EB-29B
				Flown from St Louis to Muroc AFB, CA 26May48.  Named ‘Monstro’ 	[after the giant whale that swallowed Pinocchio]
				Assigned to HQ Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.  Accident 7Sep51 due to fire at Eglin AFB, FL
				Assigned to AF Armament Center, Eglin AFB, FL
				Damaged 5Dec52 on the ground at Eglin AFB, FL.  Reclaimed at Eglin AFB, FL 14Jul54 
44-84112		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 11Aug45.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Aug50
				Reclaimed at Andersen AFB, Guam 9Mar54
44-84113		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Modified to TB-29B.  Assigned to 4th Tow Target Squadron, George AFB, CA
				Damaged 14Apr54 in a collision on the ground at George AFB, CA
				Assigned to 2nd Tow Target Squadron, New Castle AFB, DE
				Assigned to 1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AFB, TX
				Damaged Oct 11, 1954 near Indianapolis, Indiana.  Reclaimed at Biggs AFB, TX 
44-84114		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Unpredictable’.  Assigned to 112th RDC
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84115		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 9Dec54 
44-84116		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Oct50
44-84117		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 4000th Army AF Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
				Force landed due to engine failure Jan 16, 1946 at Wright Field, Ohio
				Assigned to 2750th AF Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				Designated EB-29B.  Accident 23Oct51 at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				Accident 19Sep52 taxying at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				Accident 25Mar54 at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 12May54 
44-84118		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Named ‘Legal Eagle’.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 
44-84119		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45. Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Reclaimed 10Oct54
44-84120		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 559th SR.  Reclaimed 4Oct54
44-84121		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Should be ‘Boeing B-29B-65-BA Superfortress’
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 4000th Army AF Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
				Force landed 3Jun46 due to engine failure at Patterson AAF, OH
				Used in 1948-49 Stratovision experiment in airborne TV signal relay sponsored by Martin and Westinghouse.  Had large
				retractable TV transmission antenna on belly and uplink antenna on tip of vertical tail. 
				Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 22Jul54 
44-84122		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Aug45.  Assigned to 717th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
				Named ‘The Red’.  Accident 22Jan49 landing at Weaver AFB, SD.  Reclaimed at Weaver AFB, SD 14Jul49 
44-84123		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
				Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA. Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 29Aug54 
				[there seems to be some confusion between 44-84123 & 44-84124. 44-84123 is believed to have been Modified 
				to KB-29P and operated with 91SRS. 44-84124 is believed to be the SB-29 which crashed at Johnson AB]		
44-84124		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
				Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK 
				Assigned to B Flight, 3rd Air Rescue Squadron, Japan
				Crashed shortly after takeoff 3 mi SE of Johnson AB, Japan Jan 31, 1951.  3 killed.
44-84125		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54 
44-84126		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84127		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 12Oct54 
44-84128		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX 
				Accident 31Aug45 taxying at Tinker AAF, OK
				Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
44-84129		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 18Mar54
44-84130		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84131		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
44-84132		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 20May54
44-84133		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 6Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
44-84134		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 97th Air Refueling Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX.  
				Accident 11Nov50 landing at Bergstrom AFB, TX
				Crashed Aug 13, 1954 near Lockbourne AFB, OH with 506th ARS due to progressive failure of engines.  
				Crew of 16 bailed out successfully.
44-84135		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
				Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 18Jul54
44-84136		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
44-84137		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 5Sep45.  Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
44-84138		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
44-84139		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 6Jul51-Aug51
				Assigned to 508th Air Refueling Squadron (ARS), 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA
				Accident 25Feb54 taxying at Turner AFB, GA
				Assigned to 429th Air Refueling Squadron, 4505th Air Refueling Wing, Langley AFB, VA 
				Accident 22Dec54 due to fire landing at Langley AFB, VA 
44-84140		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Cancelled
44-84141		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
				Assigned to 3071st Missile Group, Air Research and Development Command (ARDC), Holloman AFB, NM
				Converted to EB-29B.  W/o May 21, 1951 10 mi NW of Cienaga, New Mexico.
44-84142		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45.  Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
44-84143		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 18Sep45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 328th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
				Damaged Oct 18, 1949 on ground collision with B-29 44-69908 at Castle AFB, California.
				Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
				Crashed 3Jun53 due to engine failure taking off near Mountain Home AFB, ID
44-84144		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84145		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 5Oct54
44-84146		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 21Sep45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-84147		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Nov54
44-84148		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 611th Army AF Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
				Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
44-84149		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45. Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA Nov50
				Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 5May51-Aug51
				Accident 3Jun52 due to mechanical failure landing at Hunter AFB, GA
				Assigned to 508th Air Refueling Squadron (ARS), 31st Strategic Fighter Wing, Turner AFB, GA
				Crashed Dec 26, 1956 in Alaska.  The aircraft took off from Elmendorf AFB on a training mission with a full 
				load of fuel bound for Eielson AFB southeast of Fairbanks. After take-off, one radio message was received 
				before it crashed roughly 19 minutes after take-off into Bald Mountain at roughly 4,200' in the Talkeetna 
				Mountain Range roughly 50 miles northwest from base. On impact, resulting explosion and fire were seen 
				to the south in Wasilla.
44-84150		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 
				Cancelled
44-84151		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 26Sep45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 9Sep54
44-84152		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 25Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
				Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
44-84153		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Cancelled.  To have been built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA. 
44-84154		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 
				Cancelled.  To have been built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA. 
44-84153/84145   Christopher XAG-1
				Project MX-325. Christopher Company AG-1 assault glider. Prototypes ordered 8Feb43; work was 
					suspended 2Sep43, cancelled 27Oct43..  Serials reassigned from cancelled B-29Bs
44-84155		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
44-84156		Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Sep54
44-84157/84389		Cancelled contracts
44-84390/84989		North American P-51D-25-NT Mustang
				MSN 124-44246/44845.
				84651/84654, 84660, 84662, 84663, 84665/84670,84676 modified 
					as dual control trainers by Temco
				84390 on civil registry as N2869D
				84391 to RAF as Mustang IV KM696.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84392 to RAF as Mustang IV KM697.  SOC Jul 28, 1946
				84393 to RAF as Mustang IV KM698.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84394 to RAF as Mustang IV KM699.  SOC Jul 28, 1946
				84395 to RAF as Mustang IV KM700.  SOC Jul 28, 1946
				84396 to RAF as Mustang IV KM701.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84397 to RAF as Mustang IV KM702.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84398 to RAAF as A68-713.  For target use Apr 1, 1952. presumably subsequently scrapped.
				84399 to RAAF as A68-714.  Damaged when struck while parked by Beaufighter A8-184 Dec 10, 1945, 
					Laubuan airstrip.
				84400 to RAAF as A68-715.  Served in Korea with 77 Sq.  Crashed Near Inchon Mar 20, 1951 
					after pilot bailed out due to damage by ground fire.
				84401 to RAAF as A68-716.  To civil market Feb 23, 1953 as N4679V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA
				84402 to RAAF as A68-717.  Relegated to use as target Mar 1, 1952, presumably
					subsequently scrapped.
				84403 to RAAF as A68-700.  Crashed on landing, Bofu Apr 22, 1946, converted to components.
				84404 to RAAF as A68-701.  Converted to components Nov 15, 1949, cockpit subsequently used as
					ground instructional aid with serial A68/X7.
				84405 to RAAF as A68-702.   Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84406 to RAAF as A68-703.  Crashed Mar 15, 1951, pilot OK, relegated to use as target
					Apr 1, 1952.
				84407 to RAAF as A68-704.  Crashlanded with 77 Sq. Feb 25/26, 1951 in rice paddy in Korea,
					near Inchon.  Plane flipped over and trapped pilot, who drowned.
				84408 to RAAF as A68-743.  Scrapped May 8, 1946
				84409 to RAAF as A68-705.  Crashed into hill near Masuda, Japan Sep 5 1950 after
					pilot bailed out.
				84410 to RAAF as A68-706.  To civil market Feb 23, 1953 as N4681V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA.
					Registration N83KD reserved Apr 2, 2003, taken up Nov 8, 2003  At Tri State Warbird Museum, Batavia/Clermont
					CAP, OH Jan 2008.
				84411 to RAAF as A68-763.  To civil market Feb 23, 1953 as N4682V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA.
				84412 to RAAF as A68-707.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.  
				84413 to RAAF as A68-708.  Crash landing in enemy territory on island in Han River, Korea 
					Mar 16, 1951 and w/o.
				84414 to RAAF as A68-709.  To civil market Feb 23,1953 as N4684V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA
				84415 to RAAF as A68-710.  Converted to target use Apr 1952.
				84416 to RAAF as A68-711.  Converted to components Jan 22, 1946.
				84417 to RAAF as A68-718.  Missing during ferry flight between Okinawa and Japan Mar 18, 1946
				84438 (530th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed between Kunming and Shanghai, China due to bad weather while on
					ferry flight Nov 19,1 945.  MACR 15009.  Pilot killed.
				84468 to RAF as Mustang IV KM703.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84469 to NEIAF as N3-620, H-320
				84470 to NEIAF as N3-621, H-321.  To AURI as F-321
				84471 to NEIAF as N3-622, H-322.  
				84472 to NEIAF as N3-623.  Crashed Jun 11, 1946
				84473 to NEIAF as N3-624, H-324.  To AURI as F-324
				84474 to NEIAF as N3-625, H-325.  To AURI as F-325.  Crashed May 1, 1949
				84475 to NEIAF as N3-626, H-326.
				84476 to NEIAF as N3-627, H-327.
				84477 to NEIAF as N3-628, H-328.  To AURI as F-328
				84478 to NEIAF to N3-629, H-329.  To AURI as F-329
				84479 to RAAF as A68-719.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84480 to RAAF as A68-744.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84481 to RAAF as A68-712.  Crashed on landing Miho Oct 14, 1946.
					Converted to components Nov 1946.
				84482 to RAAF as A68-720.  Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953
				84483 to RAAF as A68-745.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84484 to RAAF as A68-721.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1954.
				84485 to RAAF as A68-746.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84486 to RAAF as A68-747.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84487 to RAAF as A68-748.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84488 to RAAF as A68-749.  DBR when swung on landing at Bofu Aug 12, 1947
				84489 to RAAF as A68-750.  relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84490 to RAAF as A68-764.  Scrapped Feb 10, 1947
				84491 to RAAF as A68-751.  Scrapped Aug 12, 1946.  Believed to have struck
					vehicle at Clark Field, Philippines during ferry flight.
				84492 to RAAF as A68-765.  Shot down by AA Jan 7, 1951 with 77 Sqdn, Korea.  Pilot MIA 
				84493 to RAAF as A68-752.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84494 to RAAF as A68-753.  Crashed in enemy territory Sep 3, 1950 
					following AAA hit with 77 Sqdn.  Pilot MIA.
				84495 to RAAF as A68-766.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84496 to RAAF as A68-754.  Crashed into sea 2 mi E of Pusan with 77 Sqdn Jan 12, 1951.
				84497 to RAAF as A68-755.  Damaged by explosion of own rockets in Korea, not
					repaired, scrapped Mar 6, 1951.
				84498 to RAAF as A68-767.  Crashed west of Kochi, Shikoku Jun 8, 1948
				84499 to RAAF as A68-756.   Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Mar 23, 1953.
					Now on US civil registry as N4676V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA
				84500 to RAAF as A68-768.  Crashlanded at Takamatsu Aug 10, 1948 after engine
					failed on approach.
				84501 to RAAF as A68-757.  Missing near Samchick, Korea Jul 7, 1950 while carrying out strafing attack
					in Korea.  Pilot KIA.
				84502 to RAAF as A68-769.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952, subsequently
					sold on civil market.  Registered as VH-MFT to Warplanes PTY, Ltd of Australia.
				84503 to RAAF as A68-770.  Missing during ferry flight between Okinawa and 
					Japan Mar 18, 1946
				84504 to RAAF as A68-758.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84505 to RAAF as A68-759.  Crashed at Bofu Feb 22, 1947
				84506 to RAAF as A68-760.  Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953.
				84507 to RAAF as A68-761.  W/o after being hit by Beaufighter A8-184 at 
					Laubuan Airstrip Dec 10, 1945.
				84508 to RAAF as A68-762.  Failed to return from test flight from Labuan Sep 30 1945.  
				84509/84540 built as F-6D-25-NT
					84519 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA May 9, 1952.  Pilot bailed out.
					84523 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed at Kunu-ri, Korea Jan 8, 1952.
					84537 (67th TRW, 456th TRS) shot down by AAA Aug 10, 1952.
					84538 to F-6D
				84543 (MSN 124-44399) to Italian AF as MM4345
				84544 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) crash-landed 3 mi N of Singye, Korea Apr 2, 1951.
				84547 (MSN 124-44403) to Italian AF as MM4346
				84548 (MSN 124-44404) to Italian AF as MM4370
				84551 (MSN 124-44407) to Italian AF as MM4347
				84552 (MSN 124-44408) to Italian AF as MM4348
				84553 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by AAA and crashlanded on friendly strip Oct 30, 1951.
				84554 (MSN 124-44410) to Italian AF as MM4349
				84555 (MSN 124-44411) to Italian AF as MM4350
				84556 (MSN 124-44412) to Italian AF as MM4351
				84559 (MSN 124-44415) to Italian AF as MM4352
				84561 (MSN 124-44417) to Italian AF as MM4353
				84562 (MSN 124-44418) to Italian AF as MM4354
				84563 (MSN 124-44419) to Italian AF as MM4371
				84564 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Feb 18, 1952.
				84565 (MSN 124-44421) to Italian AF as MM4372
				84566 built as F-16D-25-NT.  (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Jan 31, 1952.  Pilot bailed out.
				84570 (530th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed between Kunming and Shanghai, China due to bad weather while on
					ferry flight Nov 19, 1945.  MACR 15005.  Pilot killed
				84575 (MSN 124-44431) to Italian AF as MM4373
				84590 (MSN 124-44446) to Italian AF as MM4374
				84591 (MSN 124-44447) to Italian AF as MM4375
				84592 (MSN 124-44448) to Italian AF as MM4376
				84593 (MSN 124-44449) to Italian AF as MM4377
				84594 (MSN 124-44450) to Italian AF as MM4378
				84596 (MSN 124-44452) to Italian AF as MM4379
				84598 (MSN 124-44454) to Italian AF as MM4380
				84600 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) in midair collision with Navy F4U Jul 7, 1952.
				84601 (MSN 124-44457) to Italian AF as MM4381
				84605 (MSN 124-44461) to Italian AF as MM4382
				84606 (MSN 124-44462) to Italian AF as MM4383
				84607 (MSN 124-44463) to Italian AF as MM4384
				84610 modified as TP-51D in 1954.
				84611 3010th Base Unit, Wiliams AFB, AZ. Redesignated TF-51D. Damaged taxying at 
					Williams AFB 21Jul48. HQ Squadron, Robins AFB, GA. Accident close to Warner Robins, GA 
					20Sep53.  Registered as N6326T. To Bolivian AF / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana 1960. 
					Reserialled 1961 as 508. Written off.
				84612 (MSN 124-44468) to Italian AF as MM4385
				84613 (MSN 124-44469) to Italian AF as MM4386
				84615 (MSN 124-44471) to Italian AF as MM4387.  To civil registry 
					as N55JL with Bahia Oaks, Inc, Ocala, FL
				84617 (MSN 124-44473) to Italian AF as MM4388
				84618 (MSN 124-44474) to Italian AF as MM4389
				84623 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Jan 14, 1951.
				84624 (MSN 124-44480) to Italian AF as MM4390
				84625 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed near Kichang, Korea Dec 15, 1951.
				84626 (MSN 124-44482) to Italian AF as MM4391
				84628 (185h FBG, 12th FBS) crashed on bomb run Dec 23, 1951.
				84630 (MSN 124-44486) to Italian AF as MM4392
				84632 (MSN 124-44488) to Italian AF as MM4393
				84634 (MSN 124-44490) to Nicaraguan AF as GN 96.  Registered N6165U, cancelled.  Registered N51JV, cancelled.
					Registered on civil registry as N51ES, named *Big Beautiful Doll*.  Reregistered
					as N351BD Sep 9, 2003.  Incorrect serial 44-85634 shown as its MSN on FAA registry.  Still flying as N351BD. 
					Involved in on-airport belly landing Oct 23, 2014 at Mesa, Arizona.   Repairs pending.
					Registered as N551JP.  Crashed 6 mi SW of Maricopa, Arizona.  Both onboard killed.  Also listed as 44-72917.
				84635 (MSN 124-44491) to Italian AF as MM4394
				84636 (MSN 124-44492) to Italian AF as MM4395
				84637 (MSN 124-44493) to Italian AF as MM4396
				84638 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by MiG May 31, 1952.
				84639 (MSN 124-44495) to Italian AF as MM4399
				84640 (MSN 124-44496) to Italian AF as MM4400
				84641 (MSN 124-44497) to Italian AF as MM4401
				84642 (MSN 124-44498) to Italian AF as MM4402
				84643 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) damaged after right gear failed Oct 3, 1952.
					84643 (MSN 124-44499) also listed as going to Italian AF as MM4403
				84644 (MSN 124-44500) to Italian AF as MM4404
				84645 (MSN 124-44501) to Italian AF as MM4405
				84649 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Nov 13, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
				84652 (6146th Air Base Sq) shot down by AAA near Taepori, Korea Aug 2, 1952.
				84653 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) veered off runway while landing at K-46, Korea
					Jun 7, 1952.
				84655 (MSN 122-44511) 167th FS, West Virginia Air National Guard, Kanawha Airport, 
					Charleston, WV. Named  ‘Toulouse Nuts’. TP-51D-25NT Conversion Jan-Aug51. 120 Fighter Bomber Squadron, 
					140 Fighter Bomber Group, Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Accident landing at Natrona County Airport, Casper, WY 22Jun53. 
					Gear up landing in La Porte, Indiana 24Aug54. 
					267th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, West Virginia Air National Guard 1955. Norton AFB, CA 1957. 
					Sacramento Air Materiel Area, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA. Registered N74045. 
					To Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional 20Feb58 as 98. Will W. Martin/ MACO Sales Financial Corp, Chicago, IL.. 
					Registered 23Sep62 as N6362T; cancelled 26Sep78. To Bolivian AF / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana 10Jun66. 
					Grupo Aéreo de Combate 31. Written off 1967. Wrecck to Cavalier Aircraft Corporation, Sarasota, FL Sep67. 
				84658 (MSN 122-44514) rebuilt as Cavalier Mustang 69-6599.  44-73260 is registered as N51TF with MSN 44-84658.
					Plane marked as 44-84658 on display at War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM
				84660 (TF-51D) 
				84669 on display at Yeio-Do Island, South Korea.
				84681 to RAF as Mustang IV KM704.  SOC Arp 25, 1946
				84682 to RAF as Mustang IV KM705.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84683 to RAF as Mustang IV KM706.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84684 to RAF as Mustang IV KM707.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84685 to RAF as Mustang IV KM708.  SOC Jul 28, 1946
				84686 to RAF as Mustang IV KM709.  SOC Jul 28, 1946
				84687 to RAF as Mustang IV KM710.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84688 to RAF as Mustang IV KM711.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				84689 to RAF as Mustang IV KM712.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84690 to RAF as Mustang IV KM713.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84691 to RAF as Mustang IV KM714.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84692 to RAF as Mustang IV KM715.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84693 to RAF as Mustang IV KM716.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84694 to RAF as Mustang IV KM717.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84695 to RAF as Mustang IV KM718.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84696 to RAF as Mustang IV KM719.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84697 to RAF as Mustang IV KM720.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84698 to RAF as Mustang IV KM721.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84699 to RAF as Mustang IV KM722.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84700 to RAF as Mustang IV KM723.  Damaged when swung on takeoff during ferry
					flight, Phaphamau Nov 15, 1945.  Not repaired, presumably subsequently scrapped.
				84701 to RAF as Mustang IV KM724.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84702 to RAF as Mustang IV KM725.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84703 to RAF as Mustang IV KM726.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84704 to RAF as Mustang IV KM727.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84705 to RAF as Mustang IV KM728.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84706 to RAF as Mustang IV KM729.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84707 to RAF as Mustang IV KM730.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84708 to RAF as Mustang IV KM731.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84709 to RAF as Mustang IV KM732.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84710 to RAF as Mustang IV KM733.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84711 to RAF as Mustang IV KM734.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84712 to RAF as Mustang IV KM735.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84713 to RAF as Mustang IV KM736.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84714 to RAF as Mustang IV KM737.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84715 to RAF as Mustang IV KM738.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84716 to RAF as Mustang IV KM739.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84717 to RAF as Mustang IV KM740.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84718 to RAF as Mustang IV KM741.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				84719 to RAF as Mustang IV KM742.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
				84720 to RAF as Mustang IV KM743.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				84721 to RAAF as A68-722.  Crashed Apr 17, 1950 over Inland Sea (Japan) after
					midair collision with Royal Navy Firefly PP434.  Pilot injured.
				84722 to RAAF as A68-771.  Missing during navigation exercise between Palawan
					and Labuan Nov 28, 1945. 
				84723 to RAAF as A68-723.  Later to South Korean AF.
				84724 to RAAF as A68-724.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84725 to RAAF as A68-725.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953
				84726 to RAAF as A68-772.  Hit by AAA 4 mi W of Pyongyang Jan 19, 1951 and belly
					landed behind enemy lines. Pilot POW.
				84727 to RAAF as A68-773.  Missing during ferry flight between Okinawa and Japan
					Mar 18, 1946.
				84728 to RAAF as A68-726.  Served in Korea with 77 Sqn.  Shot down near 
					Pyongyang Dec 11, 1950 by AAA.  Pilot KIA.
				84729 to RAAF as either A68-789 or A68-790.  Both relegated to use as targets Apr 1, 1952.
				84730 to RAAF as A68-727.  Crashed at Labuan Nov 28, 1945
				84731 to RAAF as A68-728.  DBR when struck high-tension cables Iwakuni Sep 27, 1948
				84732 to RAAF as A68-729.  Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953
				84733 to RAAF as A68-730.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84734 to RAAF as A68-731.  On US civil registry as N4683V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA,
					according to Landings database.   RAAF records say bellylanded in
					paddock at Laverton, Victoria Aug 31, 1945 after engine failure,
					not repaired and subsequently scrapped.
				84735 to RAAF as A68-732.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953.
					On US civil registry as N4685V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA.
				84736 to RAAF as A68-733.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84737 to RAAF as A68-734.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953
				84738 to RAAF as A68-735.  Crashed on takeoff Labuan Dec 14, 1945
				84739 to RAAF as A68-736.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953
				84740 to RAAF as A68-774.  Suffered damage at Iwakuni, not repaired, scrapped Aug 30, 1950
				84745 (MSN 122-44601) to TF-51D.  Registeree N5439V, cancelled.  Registered N851D; named Crazy Horse
				84749 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA 6 mi S of Kaesong, Korea Apr 14, 1951.
				84750 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by AAA and crash-landed at K-16 Sep 20, 1951.  Plane destroyed.
				84753 on civil registry as N251BP.  Substantially damaged at Minden, NV
					Dec 7, 2005 when ran off runway during hard landing.
				84761 to SAAF as 369.  Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF Mar 17, 1954.
				84763 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost Nov 19, 1950.
				84766 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) hit by ground fire Oct 27, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				84771 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA near Kuhwa-ri, Korea Sep 27, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
				84773/84788 built as F-6D-25-NT
					84780 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by small arms fire Feb 28, 1952.  Pilot bailed out.
					84781 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost Apr 10, 1952.
					84782 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Feb 4, 1952.
					84784 (TF-6D, 69th TRG, 29th RS) crashed on approach to airport Apr 13, 1946.
					84788 (67th RW) shot down by AAA Feb 5, 1952.
				84792 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed Apr 10, 1951.
				84793 to NEIAF as N3-630, H-330.  To AURI as F-330
				84794 to NEIAF as N3-631, H-331
				84795 to NEIAF as N3-632, H-332.  To AURI as F-332.  Preserved at Jalang
				84796 to NEIAF as N3-633, H-333.  To AURI as F-333
				84797 to NEIAF as N3-634.  Crashed Dec 16, 1946
				84798 to NEIAF as N3-635, H-335.  To AURI as F-335
				84799 to NEIAF as N3-636, H-336
				84800 to NEIAF as N3-637, H-337
				84801 to NEIAF as N3-638, H-338.  To AURI as F-338.  F-338 displayed at Jakarta
					but not sure if it is the original
				84802 to NEIAF as N3-639.  Crashed May 30, 1947
				84803 to NEIAF as N3-640, H-340.  To AURI as F-340
				84804 to RAAF as A68-737.  Shot down in Korea Mar 15, 1951 with 77 Sqdn.
					RAAF records say DBR when engine failed on approach Apr 22, 1948
				84805 to RAAF as A68-775.  Crashlanded near Pohan, Korea Aug 10, 1950
				84806 to RAAF as A68-776.  DBR when collided with Mustang A68-706 (44-84410) while
					landing at Bofu Jul 10, 1947
				84807 to RAAF as A68-778.  Relegated to used as target Apr 1, 1952
				84808 to RAAF as A68-791.  Crash landed in friendly territory Jan 4, 1951 
					at Kingnibe airstrip in Korea and was recovered
				84809 to RAAF as A68-738
				84810 to RAAF as A68-792  Stored at various locations. No.78 Wing, Williamtown NSW 28Jun49. 
					No.77 Squadron, Iwakuni, Japan 14Sep50. Returned to Australia Sep51. Stored at No.2 Stores Depot. 
					Offered for disposal 15Dec52. Sold to American Aeronautics Corporation 23Feb53. 
					Registered 17Aug54 as N4677V; cancelled 25Oct54 on export to Bolivia.
					To Bolivian AF / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana 19Oct54. Written off 19Oct54 prior to delivery flight. 
				84811 to RAAF as A68-793.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84812 to RAAF as A68-779.  Damaged by AAA near Pyongyang Jan 19, 1951, but returned
					safely.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84813 to RAAF as A68-739.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953
				84814 to RAAF as A68-780.  Sold to American Aeronatuics Corp Feb 23, 1953
				84815 to RAAF as A68-799.  Damaged by enemy fire and forced landed at Kimpo, Korea.
					RAAF records say sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953.
				84816 to RAAF as A68-781.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84817 to RAAF as A68-777.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84818 to RAAF as A68-740.  DBR when swung on landing at Bofu Jul 11,1 947
				84819 to RAAF as A68-741.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953
				84820 to RAAF as A68-742.  Scrapped Sep 27, 1946
				84821 to RAAF as A68-782.  Crashed into Wonsan harbor in South Korea Mar 19, 1951
					after pilot abandoned aircraft during dive.
				84822 to RAAF as A68-794.  Crashed on or near Middelburg Islands, Dutch New Guinea
					May 3, 1946 after pilot abandoned aircraft during ferry flight.
				84823 to RAAF as A68-783.  DBR when flew into high-tension cables, Bofu Apr 15, 1947.
				84824 to RAAF as A68-784.  Crashlanded at Takamatsu, Japan Aug 18, 1948 when lost power
					during takeoff
				84825 to RAAF as A68-785.  Broke up in air near Bofu Mar 19, 1947 with 82 Sqdn
				84826 to RAAF as A68-786.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952
				84827 to RAAF as A68-795.  Crashlanded at Takamatsu, Shokoku Jul 27, 1943 when 
					glycol takn burst after takeoff.
				84828 to RAAF as A68-796.  Collided in midair with A68-812 Feb 14, 1951.  RAAF 
					records say missing 30 mi N of East Taegu, Korea Feb 19, 1951 during
					ground attack mission.
				84829 to RAAF as A68-797.  Relegated to use as target Jul 13, 1950.
				84830 to RAAF as A68-787.  DBR when overshot landing and nosed
					over (77 Sqdn) in padi field, Iwakuni Sep 4, 1947.
				84831 to RAAF as A68-798.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84832 to RAAF as A68-788.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
				84835/84855 built as F-6D-25-NT
					84835 carried "Oh-Kay" on port side, "The Thing" on starboard side.  Assigned to 45th TRS in Korea and after the
						war was returned to 154th TRS.
					84838 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) damaged by AAA and crash-landed at K-16, Korea Jun 5, 1951.
					84839 (RF-51D) assigned to 105th TRS, Tennessee ANG at McGhee Tyson Airport, Knoxville in 1952.  Formerly
						assigned to 45th TRS, 67th TRW.
					84840 (67th TRW) shot down by AAA near Yongson-ni, Korea Aug 7, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
					84841 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA near Kaesong, Korea Mar 17, 195l.
						Pilot bailed out.
					84844 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Feb 1, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
					84847 (MSN 124-44703) connverted to TF-51D by Fighter Rebuilders at Chino, CA and on civil registry 
						as N251RJ.  Has been purchased by The Fighter Collection of Duxford, UK.  Registered G-TFSI Jun 17, 2014
					84848 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) pilot lost control and bailed out Aug 15, 1952.
					84849 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Oct 30, 1951.
					84850 flying as N15FS, later as NL850AH with Anderson Aviation, Inc.  Registration N151TH
						reserved Sep 18, 2003, taken up Aug 28, 2004.  Registration N514NH
						reserved Jul 12, 2007, taken up Jul 10, 2008  Crashed at Chandler, AZ airport Mar 11, 2010.  Pilot killed.
				84857 (MSN 122-44713) to El Salvador AF.  Sold as scrap/spares but
					registration N5019F reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006.
				84860 on civil registry as N327DB with Aero Classics, Inc of Chino, CA
					Reported in 1990 as being registered N55509.
				84862 (2nd SAAF Sq) bellied in after engine failure May 5, 1952.
				84863 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Jan 6, 1952 
				84864 assigned to Kelly Field, TX.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later 
					as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Aug 27, 1945 to Jul 12, 1957
					Registered as NACA 126.  Assigned to USAF salvage, Langley AFB, VA, then on civil registry 
					as N4223A with American Aircraft Sales, Hayward, CA.  Current
				84867 (2nd SAAF Sq) MIA Nov 24, 1951.  Also listed as shot down Jan 15, 1952 with 
					18th FBG, 67th FBS)
				84869 to SAAF.  Lost Jan 25, 1952 in Korea
				84870 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) ditched in Wonsan Bay, Korea after engine failure 
					Oct 8, 1950.
				84872 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed into sea after engine failure near Paengnyong-do,
					Korea May 6, 1952.   Also listed as going to SAAF as 368 and
					being lost Jan 3, 1952.
				84874 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by ground fire Jan 3, 1952.
				84875 (25th FIW) hit another plane while landing Oct 22, 1951.
				84880 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Kangnung, Korea Mar 10, 1952.
				84882 to SAAF as 366.  Returned to USAF?
				84884 (18th FBG, 39th FBS) losing fuel, pilot bailed out Mar 3, 1952.
				84887 to SAAF as 364.  Returned to USAAF, transferred to ROKAF
				84890 to SAAF as 393.  Returned to USAAF , transferred to ROKAF,
					lost in accident Nov 10, 1954.
				84891 (1st FS) shot down AAA near Anpyun, Korea Nov 2, 1952.
				84894 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by ground fire Nov 5, 1952.
				84896 on civil registry as N5416V
				84899 (1ith FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire Apr 20, 1951,
					Pilot bailed out.
				84900 modified to verify the possibility of a naval version. Assigned to Love Field, TX
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research 
					Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 4, 1945 to Jun 5, 1952.  Registered as NACA 127.  Used for 
					high subsonic performance tests.  Assigned to USAF, Mobile, AL.  Was on civil registry as
					N51YZ.  Reported in 1990 as being on display as a gate guard with Pittsburgh ANG, Pittsburgh,PA
				84902 to SAAF as 367.  Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF
				84903 to SAAF as 334.  Returned to USAF.  This was "Buggs" and before SAAF (in Korea) was assigned to 109th FS.
				84905 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed near Miudong, NK Apr 30, 1951.  Also
					listed as bellying in on Han River Apr 30, 1951 in friendly territory.
				84908 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) disintegrated while strafing N of Koksan, 
					Korea Jul 30, 1951.
				84909 (67th TRW) shot down by ground fire near Chup'a-ri, Korea Oct 5, 1951.
					Pilot bailed out.
				84913 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA and bellied in May 19, 1951.
				84917 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA 5 mi NE of Sunchon, Korea Apr 22, 1951.
				84929 to SAAF as 395.  Returned to USAAF, transferred to ROKAF.
				84932 (25th FIW, 39th FIS) bellied in at Pusan West Mar 29, 1951, total loss.
				84933 to civil registry as N2874D, then N201F with M A, Inc, Oshkosh, WI.  In 2014 was registered as
					N151CF and marked as 44-13630.  Owned by Global Aviation Management, Inc of Wellington, Florida
				84939 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed after midair collision Aug 5, 1951.  I
					also have this one being hit by AAA Aug 7, 1951 with 67th TRW, 45th TRS)
					and pilot bailed out.
				84943 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Nov 17, 1951.
				84944 assigned to Kelly Field, TX.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later 
					as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 21, 1945 to Jun 5, 1952.
					Registered as NACA 129.  Assigned to USAF, Mobile, AL
				84945 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed after target run May 15, 1952.
				84951 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by small-arms fire Feb 18, 1952.
				84952 to civil registry as N6495C, then N210D with Northeast Aircraft Associates, Wilmington, DE.
				84953 assigned to Kelly Field, TX.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					later as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 20, 1945 to Jun 5, 1952.
					Registered as NACA 128.  Assigned to USAF, Mobile, AL
				84954 lost in midair collision in 1950.  Wreckage found in Village Green section of Newport
					News, VA in 1967.
				84956 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) MIA Nov 25, 1952.
				84958 assigned to Greenwood, MS.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later 
					as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 24, 1945 to Aug 25, 1950.
					Registered as NACA 148.  Assigned to Muroc High-Speed Flight Research Station (HSFRS), Edwards, CA
				84959 (18th FBG, 12th FBS, "Agnes") crashlanded at K-10, Korea Mar 26, 1952.
				84961 (MSN 124-44817) to civil registry as N7715C.  In 2009 was painted as 44-13334 "Wee Willy II" on
					air show circuit. 
				84962 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Goksan, Korea Apr 21, 1951.  This plane
					is reported as being on civil registry as N9857P
				84973 collided in midair with B-36D 49-2658 while conducting gunnery
					training near Perkins, OK Apr 27, 1951.  Pilot of P-51 killed,
					plus 12 crew onboard the B-36 were killed.
				84974 (8th FBG) lost Dec 14, 1950.
				84977 (8th FBG) hit by ground fire in Sukchon area, Korea Oct 20, 1950.
				84982 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA and crashlanded 8 mi N of Pyongyang,
					NK Oct 2, 1950.
44-84990/84991		Bell XP-83
				Bell Model 40 prototype excort fighter.  Redesignated ZXF-83
				84990 First flight 25Feb45. Damaged by mechanical failure taking off at Niagara Falls Airport 10Jun45. 
					Used in 1946 as a ramjet testbed, with an engineer's station located in the fuselage behind the pilot.
					 On 4 September 1946, one of the ramjets caught fire, forcing pilot and engineer to bail out, 
					the aircraft crashing 4 miles south of Amherst, NY.
				84991 first flight Oct 19, 1946, scrapped 1947.
44-84992/85336		Lockheed P-80A-1-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1015/1359. Model 80.  Redesignated F-80-1-LO Jun 11, 1948
				84994 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				84995 used at Wright Field to test feasibility of towing the aircraft behind a B-29 to increase range.
				84998 modified as F-14A development aircraft.
				84999 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah is actually a T-33A which had the long canopy removed, the back seat faired
					over, and the short P-80 canopy fitted.
				85000 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29667.
				85001 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85004 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85005 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29668.
				85007 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85009 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85012 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85013 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85014 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85015 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85019 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Came in first in first Weatherhead
					Trophy competition as part of Cleveland National Air Races Sep 1, 1946.
					Achieved speed of 578.63 mph (average of 2 runs in opposite
					directions).
				85021 from Chanute Field, Il crashed into corn field near Champaign, IL Feb 7, 1948, killing pilot
				85024 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85025 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85029 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85033 assigned to 61st FS, 56 FG at Selfridge Field in 1948-49, and was one of the 16 F-80s that
					made the first west-to-east transit of the Atlanti by jet aircraft in Jul 1948.  This aircraft
					was lost in a midair collision with a T-33 Jul 24, 1951.  The T-33 landed safely, but the F-80
					crashed and the pilot was killed.
				85038 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85039 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85041 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85042 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.  Later modified to test camera equipment in a modified nose,
					redesignated ERF-80A-1-LO
				85044 fitted with upward-firing guns.  Later fitted with a second cockpit in the nose to test the prone position.
				85047 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85048 crashed in North Hollywood, California Aug 6, 1945, killing Richard Bong, 40-kill ace.  A fuel pump
					failed and Bong bailed out, but he was too low for his parachute to open and he was killed.
				85049 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85051 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85057 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85060 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85062 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85063 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85071 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85072 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85098 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85099 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 30, 1946 to Apr 10, 1950.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				85101 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85104 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85105 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85107 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85109 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85110 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85112 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85116 tested with wingtip rocket racks.  Failed to lift off from Godman Field, Fort Knox, Kentucky, on takeoff 
					and crashed through a fence and plowed into a passing car. All four in the automobile were killed.. Pilot uninjured.
				85120 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85122 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85123 (MSN 080-1146) noted on display outside Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works',
					Palmdale, California Fall 2003.  Now on display at Edwards AFB, California.
				85124 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85125 (MSN 080-1148) upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo
					Aviation History Museum, MI painted as 44-85152.  There is a suggestion that 85152 was 
					incorrectly repainted as 85125; perhaps the Air Zoo has found its real identity and returned it to 85152?
					That F-80A was used at Williams AFB AZ to let pilots learn how to fly a jet after flying Mustangs, 
					Thunderbolts and Lightnings. When Willy Air Patch got done with 152, she was shipped to Lackland AFB TX 
					for static display and her tail number 
					Steward Lanham reports that this plane got repainted incorrectly as 485125! He took photos of her in late 
					1955 while in his basic training and she was bare metal then. Years later, 
					Williams asked for an F-80 for a gate guard and since Lackland had several, 152 was sent back 
					to Williams but it is unknown if they ever realized that it was a returning aircraft. When Willy closed, 
					she wound up at another museum.
				85128 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85132 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85134 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85135 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85142 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Ditched in ocean near Cho-do, Korea 
					with 67th TRW, 155h TRS due to engine trouble Jan 13, 1953.
				85150 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85151 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85152 - Plane so marked located at Kalamazoo Historical Aviation Museum is actually 44-85125.
					Williams AFB, AZ 1947; Ground instructional airframe, used to let pilots learn how to fly 
					a jet after flying Mustangs, Thunderbolts and Lightnings; Designated P-80 Captivair; 
					Lackland AFB for display, incorrectly painted as 85125; Williams AFB, AZ as gate guard; 
					to museum [presumably Air Zoo, Kalamazoo repainted correctly as 85152
				85154 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85155 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85160 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85161 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85163 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85166 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85167 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85168 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85171 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85172 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85175 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85176 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85177 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85178 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85179 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85180 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85181 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85182 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85183 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85190 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85191 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85196 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85200 modified as XP-80B.  Later modified as XP-80R and set
					world's air speed record of 623.738 mph June 19, 1947
					flown by Col. Albert Boyd.  Now at USAF Museum, 
					Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
				85201 modified as XFP-80A, unarmed reconnaissance prototype.  Later modified as RF-80C-11-LO
				85205 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85208 crashed east of Toro Peak in Santa Roas Mountains of 
					Riverside CO, California Jan 12, 1948, killing the pilot.  
				85210 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85214 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.
				85216 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85217 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85220 (3535th PTW) Williams AFB, Arizona – Flew into ground on training flight, Oct 15, 1951
				85225 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85226 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85227 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85229 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85230 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85231 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85234 (NE ANG) crashed during landing into B-47s 52-369 and 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956.
					Pilot and two cround crew in 52-369 killed.  Further 4 injured.
				85235 transferred to USN as BuNo 29689.  Was with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Now at National
					Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				85237 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85239 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85240 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85242 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85244 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85245 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85246 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85247 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85249 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85252 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85253 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85260 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85261 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85262 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85264 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85268 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85269 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85270 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85279 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85281 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85283 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85284 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85285 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85287 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85290 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85291 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85293 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85297 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85299 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Dec 18, 1946 to Jun 6, 1955.
					Registered as NACA 131.  Use to test vortex generators on wing.
				85300 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85310 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85311 assigned to All Weather Flying Center, Patterson Field, OH.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 1948
				85315 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85318 collided with 44-85372 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949.  Pilot badly injured, pilot of other plane killed.
				85320 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85321 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85322 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85324 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85328 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85330 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85333 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85334 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
44-85337/85382		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1360/1405
				85342 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85345 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85352 Assigned to Patterson Field, OH.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					later as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 5, 1946 to Jul 14, 1954.
					Registered as NACA 112.  Registered as NACA 281.  Returned to USAF
				85356 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85363 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85364 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85366 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85370 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85371 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85372 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Collided with 44-85318 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949,  Pilot killed, 
					pilot of other plane badly injured.
				85373 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85374 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85375 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
				85376 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
				85379 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85380 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
44-85383		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1406.  Assigned to 12th PRS, March AFB Aug 1946.
44-85384		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1407.  Upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Assigned to 159th FS, Jet Propelled, Florida ANG.
44-85385		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1408
44-85386/85398		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1409/1421
				85386 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85390 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85391 (MSN 080-1414) front fuselage reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory
					Museum, Medford, NJ.
				85392 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85393 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85394 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85395 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85397 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85398 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
44-85399		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1422
44-85400/85424		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1423/1447
				85400 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85402 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85405 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85406 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85410 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85411 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
				85414 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85416 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85418 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85421 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
				85422 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
				85423 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85424 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
44-85425		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1448
44-85426/85432		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1449/1455
44-85433		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1456.  Lost with 67th TRW, 15th TRS on recon mission near Sukchon,
					Korea Mar 19, 1951.
44-85434/85438		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1457/1461
				85435 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85437 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85438 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
44-85439		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1462
44-85440/85442		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1463/1465
				85440 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85441 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
				85442 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
44-85443		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1466
44-85444		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1467
44-85445		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1468
44-85446		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1469
				modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85447		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1470
44-85448		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1471.  Modified as RF-80A-15-LO
44-85449		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1472
44-85450		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1473.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85451		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1474
44-85452		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1475
44-85453		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1476
44-85454		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1477.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
44-85455		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1478
44-85456		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1479.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85457		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1480
44-85458		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1481
44-85459		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1482
44-85460		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1483
44-85461		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1484
44-85462		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1485.  Converted to QF-80F
44-85463		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1486
44-85464		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1487.  Modified as RF-80A-15-LO
44-85465		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1488
44-85466		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1489.. Modified as RF-80A-15-LO
44-85467		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1490
44-85468		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1491.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85469		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1492
44-85470		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1493.  Crashed Nov 17, 1950 3 mi N of Indian Springs, NV after disintegrating in
					flight during low-altitude strafing run.  Pilot killed.  This accident caused the
					grounding of the entire F-80A and B fleet for repairs.
44-85471		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1494
44-85472		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1495.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
44-85473		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1496
44-85474		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1497
44-85475		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1498
44-85476		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1499.  Modified as RF-80A-15-LO
44-85477		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1500
44-85478		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1501.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
44-85479		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1502
44-85480		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1503.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85481		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1504
44-85482		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1505.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85483		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1506
44-85484		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1507
44-85485		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1508
44-85486		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1509.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85487		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1510
44-85488		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1511.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
				On display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.
44-85489		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1512.  Hit by AAA with 67th TRW, 45th TRS and crashed near Taechon AB,
					Korea Jul 27, 1953.
44-85490		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1513.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
44-85491		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
				MSN 080-1514
44-85492/85591		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-95-VE Fortress
				MSN 8401/8500.  B-17G built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.
				85492 MSN 8401 to VB-17G.  Assigned to AMC, Olmsted AFB, PA
					Assigned to 1130th SAG [HQC], Palam, New Delhi, India Dec 2, 1950. Used by the Air Attache.
					Assigned to AMC, Bolling AFB, DC Dec 10, 1953
				85494 transferred to Brazilian AF as
					5411.  Withdrawn from service in 1968.
				85495, 85514, 85537, 85542, 85574 transferred
					to Navy.  Navy designation and serials not known.
				85505 (6th Radar Calibration Flight) crashed Sep 10, 1951 10 mi NW of Talkeetna, Alaska on a flight from
					Elmendorf AFB to Ladd AFB.  1 killed, 6 survived.  Wreckage being removed by Champaign Aviation Museum
					in July 2011 for use on 44-85813 restoration  Provided the tail turret (also a vertical fin used for 
					display), tail wheel retraction mechanism, navigator and bombardier seats, and other 
					smaller parts for B-17 project at the Champaign Aviation Museum.
				85507 sold on commercial market as N5116N.
					Crashed in Nevada desert Nov 10, 1952.
				85510 crashed May 16, 1946 while attempting to land at Hamilton Field AFB.
					Struck crest of White's Hill 8 mi SW of Hamilton.  Of the 9 aboard, 2 died
					at the crash site and one died later.  Maxwell records indicate that
					there were 4 fatalities, with no indication of when they died.
					This plane is sometimes incorrectly listed as 85516
				85519 to Portugal as FAP 278 in 1947, later 7403.  W/o 1953.
				85531 registered Sept 1957 to Western Enterprises, Inc of Taiwan (founded by 
					the CIA in 1951).  In late 1957 missions were staged from Kurmitola Air
					Field in East Pakistan to parachute agents into Tibet.  Stored at Clark
					AFB Dec 1957.  Disassembled for parts at Clark between March and Oct 1958.
					It is believed that this plane was eventually scrapped.
					The number 44-85531 appeared again as registered on another B-17G
					Sep 1, 1960 registered to Atlantic General Enterprise, Washington DC
					(another CIA front) as N809Z.  These registration numbers were then
					changed to the true numbers of 44-83785.
				85548 to Portugal as FAP 277(?) in 1947.  Aircraft 277 later reseralled
					7402.  W/o 1960.
				85555 assigned to AMC, Olmsted AFB, PA.  Assigned to 61st ABG, Frankfurt-Rhein Main, West Germany Jul 1, 1948.
					Assigned to 7290th ABG, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany Jul 26, 1948.
					Assigned to 7169th RCWS, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany Feb 2, 1949.
					Accident during taxying at Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany Feb 27, 1949.
					Assigned to 7210th MG, Erding, West Germany Apr 11, 1949 for storage.
					Assigned to 85th MG, Erding, West Germany Jul 25, 1949. To reclamation Mar 20, 1950
				85567 transferred to Brazilian AF as 5401.  Withdrawn from service in 1967.
				85571 to Navy as XPB-1 83992 in 1946 for tests.
				85574	 to TB-17G.  To 53rd RS, VLR, Weather. Detached to Kindley Field, Bermuda 1946
				85575 to RB-17G.  Assigned to 1600th ABG, Westover AFB, MA.
					Assigned to 1605th ABG, Lajes, Azores Sep 26, 1949.  Assigned to APG Mar 9, 1950, Eglin AFB, FL
				85579 transferred to Brazilian AF.  Withdrawn from service in 1968.
				85583 transferred to Brazilian AF as 5402.  Currently on outdoor display at
					Base Aerea de Recife in Brazil.
44-85592/85691		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-100-VE Fortress
				MSN 8501/8600.  B-17G built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				85593 MSN 8502 to RB-17G.  Assigned to 16th PRS, McGuire AFB, NJ.
					Assigned to 91st SRG, McGuire AFB, NJ Jun 24, 1949.  Assigned to AMC Sep 30, 1949 as surplus. Scrapped
				85594 to SB-17G.  Assigned to 6th ARS [A Flight], Narsarsuaq, Greenland.
					Assigned to 7540th MG, Burtonwood, England Oct 28, 1951 for maintenance.
					Assigned to 6th ARS [A Flight], Narsarsuaq, Greenland Nov 16, 1951.
					Redesignated TB-17G Jan 26, 1953.  Assigned to 1807th AACSW, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany Jan 26, 1953
					Assigned to AMC May 23, 1954 and transferred to Hill AFB, UT Apr 16, 1954.
					Sold to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BGSQ.  Scrapped 1972.
				85599 converted to EDB-17G then to DB-17G and then to DB-17P.  Displayed at Abilene
					MAP, TX by 1972. Moved in 1974 to Dyess AFB in Texas painted as 43-38133 "Reluctant Dragon"
				85600 sold to commercial user as N3696G and later re-registered as N3701G.  Destroyed
					Feb 1960.
				85602 transferred to Brazilian AF as 5403.  withdrawn from service in 1966.
				85619 to Portugal as FAP 275 in 1947, later 7401.  W/o 1960.
				85624 collided with 44-85626 over Panama Jul 20, 1946.  10 killed
					on each aircraft.
				85643 (MSN 8552) went to SNCAC at Villacoublay, France.  Dec 12, 1947 sold 
					to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BEEA and used for ground
					mapping purposes in Europe, Africa, and Papua New Guinea.  Used to film the background Arctic footage
					for the movie *Dr. Strangelove*.  Destroyed Jul 25, 1989 (date from Aviation Safety Networ) 
					when crashed on takeoff and burned out at RAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire, England while filming the movie 
					'Memphis Belle'.  Took off alongside F-AZDX but suffered from the turbulence of the latter and made a violent forced landing
					at RAF Binbrook.  Aircraft burned fiercely and was totally destroyed, but there were no casualties.
					The aircraft was painted to represent "Baby Ruth" 124292 during filming.
					The production unit did not capture the event on film and the accident does not appear in the movie.
				85648 used in remote-controlled ditching test in Gulf of Mexico in late 1940s.
				85654	TB-17G.	 53rd RS, VLR, Weather. Detached to Kindley Field, Bermuda 1946
				85667 (EB-17G, 6531st Flight Test Squadron) crashed Rome, NY Jan 17, 1952.  2 killed, 5 injured
				85683 transferred to US Navy as PB-1W Bu. No. 77258.
				85628, 85657, 85661, 85656, 85681 transferred to Navy.  Navy designation and serials not known
				85679 to US Navy as PB-1W 77138.  77138 sold on commercial market as N6460D and
					later re-registered as N5225V.  Destroyed March 1964.
44-85692/85791		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-105-VE Fortress
				MSN 8601/8700.  B-17G built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				85706 to VB-17G. Assigned HQ TAC, Langley AFB, Virginia.  Sold on commercial market as N7045C.  Scrapped 1959.
				85715 to SB-17G.  Assigned to 6th ARS [C Flight], Lajes, Azores, 1949
					Assigned to 7th ARS [B Flight], Lajes, Azores Jul 31, 1949.
					Assigned to AMC, Wright Patterson AFB, OH Feb 4, 1952
				85718 to SNCAC at Villacoublay, France.  Dec 10, 1947 
					sold to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BEEC. 
					Became ZS-EEC, then F-BEEC again, and later became G-FORT. 
					Returned to USA as N900RW.  Now at Lone Star Aviation 
					Museum in Texas, and is still flyable.  In 2011 the plane had 238050 on its tail and was 
					painted to represent "Thunderbird"
				85728 (MSN 8637) bought by TWA for use in survey and liaison work to lay out postwar routes.  Was originally 
					registered NX4600 1946.  Civil registry later to NL-1B.  Later given to Shah of Iran under 
					registration EP-HIM.  Became F-BGOE after Iran and then scrapped.
				85731 to Navy as BuNo 83996 in 1947 as spare parts source
				85733 to SNCAC at Villacoublay, France.  Sold to Institut 
					Geographique National of France and registered F-BEEB
					Feb 20, 1948.  Crashed and destroyed at Yaounde, 
					Cameroun March 11, 1949.
				85734 converted to JB-17G.  Converted as turboprop test bed by 
					Pratt & Whitney under civil registration NX-5111N. 
					Became N5111N, later N817BR. Went to New England Air Museum, 
					Windsor Lock, CT between 1967 and 1987.  Nearly
					destroyed in tornado Mar 10, 1979.  Remains traded to Tom Reilly
					in 1987 in exchange for work done on a museum B-25H.  Assigned
					civil registration of N817BR in July 1999.  Registration N390TH reserved Sep 10, 2003, taken
					up Feb 20, 2004.  Was flying on tour as "Liberty Belle" with a false tail number of 42-97849.
					Fire broke out shortly after takeoff from Aurora Municipal Airport, Illinois Jun 13, 2011.  Made
					emergency landing in a farm field near Oswego, Illinois.  All aboard escaped uninjured, but aircraft
					was destroyed by fire.
				85738 converted to DB-17G then to EDB-17G and
					then back to DB-17G.  Delivered by air Aug 4, 1958 to
					AMVETS Chapter 56, Tulare, CA.  Moved in 1971 to compound
					at Perry's Coffee House, Tulare, then back on permanent 
					display in 1981 at AMVETS of Tulare, CA
				85740 sold to Metal Products, Amarillo, TX Jun 17, 1947 for
					scrapping but registered Jul 10, 1947 to Universal
					Aviation Inc of Tulsa, OK as N5017N .  Now
					owned by Experimental Aircraft Association of
					Oshkosh, WS and maintained in flying condition painted
					in colors of 398th BG B-17G 42-102516 "Aluminum
					Overcast" which was shot down over France on Aug 13, 1944.
				85741 sold on commercial market as N5110N.
					Scrapped at some unknown date.
				85746 (SB-17G) assigned to AMC, Olmsted AFB, PA
					Assigned to 2153rd RU, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Mar 15, 1949
					Assigned to 7th RS [D Flight], Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Oct 3, 1949
					Assigned to AMC, Olmsted AFB, PA Sep 18, 1950 for maintenance
					Assigned McChord AFB, WA.  Crashed near Tyler Peak, WA Jan 19, 1952.  3
					killed, 5 survived.  Wreckage still there.
				85747 loaned to Navy as BuNo 83999 for engine testbed work.
				85748 to Navy as BuNo 83997 in 1947 as spare parts source
				85752 to TB-17G drone controller with ball turret replaced by AS-154/APS-10
					antenna.
				85762 to Navy as BuNo 83998 in 1947 as spare parts source
				85774 sold to Bolivian user as CP-621.  
					Returned to USA as N621L and destroyed July 1975.
				85778 Accepted by the USAAF at Dallas, TX on 6 June 1945.  Three months later it was 
					transferred to South Plains Army Airfield, TX, and then transferred to the 48th 
					Search and Rescue Group.  In August 1946 the plane was transferred to the 24th 
					Composite Group in Puerto Rico and converted as TB-17G trainer.  In 1948 the plane 
					was sent to Brazil as part of the U.S. Brazilian Command, and converted to 
					VB-17G staff transport. It was returned to the mainland in 1954 and assigned 
					to the 1100th Operations Group at Bolling Field, Washington, DC.  The plane 
					was finally withdrawn from service and stored at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ in 1956.  
					It languished there until August 1959 when it was purchased by Ace Smelting of 
					Phoenix, who registered it as N3509G, and apparently used it as a corporate plane.  
					On 20 September 1960 it was sold to Sonora Flying Service in Columbia, CA, 
					and in May 1961 it was sold to Leo J. Demers of Masdras, OR, who converted 
					it for fire-fighting.  On 29 April 1966 it was sold to Aero Union Corp. of 
					California and continued operating as a fire-fighter.  It continued as a 
					fire-fighting plane until the mid-1980s, passing through a few more owners, 
					before being sold in 1990 to Arthur W. McDonnell of Mohave, CA, and apparently 
					restoration began.  In February 1991 it was acquired by Florida Aircraft 
					Leasing/Don Whittington of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and by that April it was 
					owned by Air SRV Inc of Hockley, TX, and based with the Lone Star Flight 
					Museum of Galveston, TX, where restoration work continued.  In May 1993 
					it was acquired by the Planes of Fame East at Eden Prairie, MN. In December 1997 
					it was acquired by the Palm Springs, CA Air Museum (Pond Warbirds, Inc), and 
					is presently based out there.
				85784 converted to EB-17G and to ETB-17G.  Sold to Institut Geographique National
					of France as F-BGSR.  Sold to American users as N17TE but never taken to USA.  Moved to Britain and re-
					registered as G-BEDF.  Currently flying as *Sally B* with B-17 Preservation Ltd of Duxford with false 
					tail number 124485 (Memphis Belle).  Used in remake of film *Memphis Belle*
				85790 to Art Lacey of Milwaukee, OR 1947 and ferried from Altus AFB, OK to Portland, OR Mar 8-10, 1947.  By Sept 1947
					was on display above Lacy's Bomber Gas Station in Milwaukie, Oregon.  Reported still there in 1980.  Moved to
					Lacey's Bomber Restaurant in 1990.  44-85790 nose section was removed in 1996, restored and now at the Wings of
					Freedom Showcase, Milwaukie, Oregon.  Rest of aircraft still at the gas station.  The gas station is now 
					closed but The Bomber Restaurant at the same site is still open.  Engines removed 2012.  Airframe removed
					2014 by B-17 Alliance Group of Aurora for rebuild to flying condition.
44-85792/85841		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-110-VE Fortress
				MSN 8701/8750.  B-17G built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				85794 to Croswell, MI as a war memorial 1947-1950.  Scrapped, some parts salvaged by Yankee AF
				85802	TB-17G.	 53rd RS, VLR, Weather. Detached to Kindley Field, Bermuda 1946
				85806 transferred to US Coast Guard Nov 1946 as PB-1G 77245.  
				85812 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G 77246. 
				85813 converted to EB-17G turboprop test bed by Curtiss Wright.  Designation changed to JB-17G in 1956.  Sold
					to Curtiss Wright in 1957 under civil number N6694C.  Went through succession of civilian owners, ultimately
					ending up as aerial tanker.  Crashed on takeoff Apr 16, 1980 from Bear Pen Airport, North Carolina.  Crash remains
					eventually acquired by Tom Reilly of Kissimmee, FL for use in creating a flyable B-17 out of usable parts from 
					this plane and from 44-85734.  Reported in 2006 to be under
					restoration to fly at Douglas, GA.  Registered N3154S Feb 26, 2007.  Parts from crashed 44-85505
					used for restoration.  In 2012 was at Champaign Aviation Museum, Urbana, Ohio and under restoration. 
					This is the s/n adopted by the B-17 project at the Champaign Aviation Museum.  In 2005 they 
					acquired inboard wings, nose section, and flaps from this aircraft.
				85815 converted to MB-17G configuration to carry two JB-2 Loon missiles on underwing (outboard of engines)
					racks.  Later reported as being one of 6 mothership aircraft in Operation Crossroads nuclear test
					series.
				85817 To VB-17G.  Assigned to 1100th FOG, Bolling AFB, DC.  Was at one time N31851.  To Bolivian AF in 1956.  Oct 1956 
					sold to Aerovias Los Andes as CP-622.  Subsequently to Frigorifico
					Co-Op Los Andes.  W/o at Laja, Bolivia Feb 18, 1957.
				85819 converted to QB-17 drone and flew during Operation Crossroads.  In Aug 1946 was one of two QB-17s that flew
					by radio control from Hilo, Hawaii to Muroc AAF California, setting a 2400 mile record for unmanned aircraft.
					Each drone was controlled by an escorting aircraft.  Reclamation completed Dec 15, 1949.
				85821/85831 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G 77247/77257.
					85829 MSN 8738 Jul 1945 accepted by ATC at Burbank, CA, July 16, and ferried to the Lockheed Modification Center, 
						Dallas-Love Field, TX.  Sep 1945 flown to South Plains, TX, to be stored. Under command of ATS;
					Feb 1946 assigned to 4104th Base Unit, Rome AFB, NY, on February 20, put into short term storage;
					Aug 1946 assigned to 5948th Base Unit (AMC), Topeka, KS, but seemed to have been remained at Rome AB 
						during the transfer to the USCG;
					Sep 1946 transferred to USCG and assigned BuAerNo '77255'. Sent to the Naval Aircraft Modification Unit, 
						NAS Johnsville, PA, for conversion into PB-1G air-sea rescue configuration. 
				85832 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G May 1947.  Kept original USAAF serial.  Returned Aug 1948.  
					Acquired by Navy and reserialed as BuNo 84000.  Used only as spare parts source.
				85833 and 85835 earmarked for USCG but scrapped before transfer.
				85834 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G 82856.  
				85836 transferred to Brazilian AF as 5404.  crashed in 1959.
				85837 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G 82855. 
				85838 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G 82857. 
				85840 transferred to Lloyd Aero Boliviano Nov 1956 as CP-620 but later returned to USA in 1968 as N620L with Aircraft
					Specialties Inc of Mesa, AZ.  Used in film "Tora, Tora Tora" in 1969.  Crashed July 12, 1973 near Elko, NV while
					firebombing.
44-85842/85941		Lockheed-Vega B-17G-115-VE Fortress
				MSN 8751/8850.  B-17G built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.  Contract cancelled
44-85942/85978		Ford CG-13
				Waco Aircraft Company model NLB 30-seat troop glider built under contract by Ford Motor Company of Kingsford, MI. 
					Survivors redesignated G-13A in 1948.
44-85979/86241		Waco CG-13A
				Waco Aircraft Company model NLB 42-seat troop glider. Cancelled contract
44-86242/86276		Martin-Omaha B-29-40-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				86242 Assigned to 611th Army AF Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL.  To GIA 15Jul49
				86243 assigned to 28th BG
				86244 Delivered to USAAF 8May45
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86245 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 611th Army AF Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 14Oct49 due to mechanical failure and friendly fire 43 miles SW of Tampa, FL
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86246 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				86247 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa.  
					Named ‘Dragon Behind’. Named ‘M.P.I.’ [Main Point of Impact]
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					(98th BW, 344th BS) crashed on takeoff at Yokota AB Nov 18, 1951.
					The aircraft crashed while taking off on an operational mission with a full complement of bombs.  
					The aircraft had a maximum load of 500 pound demolition bombs and gasoline when it lost power.  
					After an unsuccessful attempt was made to stop, the aircraft crashed at the end of the runway and 
					burst into flame. Although all the crew members were rescued, ten base fire-fighters (3 US airmen 
					and 7 Japanese nationals) lost their lives in this fiery crash when the bombs exploded.
				86248 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86249 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 91st Air Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, RAF Sculthorpe, England
					Accident 26Mar51 taking off at RAF Sculthorpe, UK.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Jul54
				86250 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Damaged 4Nov48 due to mechanical failure 100 miles N of Guam
					Accident 14Feb49 due to engine failure 20 miles NW of Saipan
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				86251 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME 4Dec53
				86252 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA.  Surveyed 17Oct50
				86253 Assigned to 717th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Elmendorf AAF, AK
					Missing 24Feb47 Alaska, circumstances unknown
				86254 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Stateside Reject’.  Named ‘Star Duster’.  Crashed Nov50 and burned at Okinawa 
				86255 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86256 Delivered to USAAF 16May45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 718th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Rapid City AAF, SD
					Accident 11Nov47 taxying at Giebeistadt AB, West Germany.  Surveyed 17Oct50
				86257 Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group
					Surveyed 17Oct50
				86258 Assigned to 22nd Bomb Wing.  Surveyed 14Jun50
				86259 Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan50
					Assigned to 7th Rescue Squadron, Wiesbaden AB, West Germany
					Accident 12Nov50 landing at Dhahran AB, Saudi Arabia
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86260 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group. Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 12Oct53
				86261 Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 77th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Named ‘Banana Boat’
					Accident 24Feb46 landing at Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Accident 9Dec48 landing at Patterson AAF, OH
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, Kadena, Okinawa [1950].  Named ‘Mule Train’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				86262 Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86263 Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 30Mar54
				86264 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86265 Accident 19May45 taxying at Offutt AAF, NE.  Delivered to USAAF 23May45
					Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				86266 Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				86267 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
 					Based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather at Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Reclaimed at Robins Afb, GA Jul 5, 1954.
				86268 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army AF Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Forced landing 6Sep45 due to mechanical failure at Robins AAF, GA
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by MiGs over North Korea on mission to destgroy Yalu river bridges 
					Apr 7, 1951.  Only one crew member was rescued and one crew member became POW.
				86269 Delivered to USAAF 22May45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army AF Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Accident 25Sep45 due to mechanical failure landing at Chatham AAF, GA.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, McClellan AFB, CA
					Redesignated 55th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Group, McClellan AFB, CA
					Accident 26Feb54 when the aircraft collided with the ground after takeoff 8 miles SW of Sacramento, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 1Mar54
				86270 Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 2750th AF Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Damaged 29Aug52 by explosion and fire on a flight from Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 1Feb55
				86271 Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Surveyed 29Dec52
				86272 Delivered to USAAF 22May45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army AF Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Accident 7Jul45 taxying at Chatham AAF, GA [possibly colliding with B-29 44-61592, qv]
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Lonesome Polecat’
					Reclaimed 14Jul54
				86273 Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Lil Darlin’crashed into bowling alley and laundry on go around at Yokota, Japan Oct 14, 1951.  8 killed,
					5 survived.
				86274 Assigned to 421st Army AF Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
					Crashed 29Aug45 20 miles SE of Muroc, CA. The crew bailed out
				86275 Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Assigned to 365th Bomb Squadron, 305th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 24Aug51 due to engine failure and fire 7 miles NW of MacDill AFB, FL 
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				86276 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Mid air collision 17Aug45 with B-29A 42-93895 during a bombing exercise at night 3 miles west of 
					Weatherford, TX. No survivors. 
44-86277/86315		Martin-Omaha B-29-45-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				86277 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86278 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Assigned to 247th Army AF Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Reclaimed 10Oct53
				86279 Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Forced landing 24Aug45 due to engine failure at Pyote AAF, TX.  Surveyed 1Apr46 
				86280 Assigned to 22nd Bomb Wing.  Surveyed 5Aug50
				86281 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 27Jul54
				86282 Assigned to 4925th Special Weapons Group, Kirtland AFB, NM
					To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 10th Radar Calibration Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 15Feb51 due to weather on the ground at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 19Apr51 due to engine failure 30 miles NW of Misawa AB, Japan
					Crashed 21Nov52 landing at NAS Midway, Midway Atoll
				86283 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86284 Delivered to USAAF 31May45. Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Yokota, Japan [1951].  Named ‘Down’s Clowns’
					Combat damaged in 1951 by MiGs and considered an operational loss, even though salvaged in the USA.
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				86285 Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 4Sep45 landing at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 4925th Special Weapons Group, Kirtland AFB, NM.  Reclaimed 16Aug54
				86286 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group. Named ‘Sit n’ Git’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				86287 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86288 Delivered to USAAF.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Crashed 24Jul45 39 miles north of Tucson, AZ
				86289 Delivered to USAAF 30May45
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 14Sep54
				86290 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  igned to 9th Bomb Group. Named ‘Baby San’
					Assigned to 329th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
					Accident 5Nov48 due to engine failure taking off at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Phippens Pippens’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86291 Delivered to USAAF 28May45 to Wendover AAF, UT
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor 91.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 
					509th Composite Group. Given 6th Bomb Group markings for security reasons. Named "Necessary Evil"  
					Departed Wendover AAF 27Jun45, arriving 2Jul45 at North Field, Tinian, Marianas Islands
					Used to drop ‘pumpkin’ bombs on industrial targets at Kobe, Kashiwazaki and Koriyama, Japan.
					Was camera ship on Hiroshima atomic bombing mission Aug 6, 1945.   Departed Dec45 to USA, arriving 
					at Roswell AAF, NM.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational.
					Flown to Kwajalein as part of Operation Crossroads nuclear tests in the Pacific Aug46
					Accident 8Dec48 due to mechanical failure at Walker AFB, NM
					Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX 
					Accident 27Apr49 due to weather 30 miles W of Roswell, NM
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AF Base, OK Apr50
					Assigned to 1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AF Base, TX (September 1952)
					Assigned to 1st Radar Calibration Squadron, Griffiss AF Base, New York (March 1953)
					Assigned to 4713th Radar Evaluation Flight, Griffiss AFB (March 1954)
					Assigned to 17th Tow Target Squadron, Yuma County Airport, Arizona (June 1955)
					Assigned to 4750th Air Defense Wing, Vincent AF Base, Arizona. SOC Nov56
					Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing, eventually scrapped.
				86292 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45 to Wendover AAF, UT
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 82.
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group. Given 6th Bomb Group markings for security reasons.
					Used 24Jul45 and 26Jul45 to drop ‘pumpkin’ bombs on industrial targets at Kobe and Nagoya, Japan.
 					Was *Enola Gay*, which dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima Aug 6, 1945.  Departed 6Nov45 to USA, arriving 
					8Nov45 at Roswell AAF, NM.
					Flown to Kwajalein as part of Operation Crossroads nuclear tests in the Pacific but not used, returning 		
					2Jul46 to Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA.  Flown 24Jul46 to Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.
					Title to the aircraft was transferred to the Smithsonian Institution 30Aug46
					Flown 3Jul49 to Orchard Place Air Field, Park Ridge, IL for acceptance by the Smithsonian
					Flown to Pyote AF Base, Texas, on 12 January 1952, and then to Andrews AF Base, Maryland, 
					on 2 December 1953, because the Smithsonian had no storage space for the aircraft. On 10 August 1960, 
					Smithsonian staff began dismantling the aircraft. The components were transported to the Smithsonian 
					storage facility at Suitland, Maryland, on 21 July 1961.  For many years was in storage at Paul Garber
					facility at NASM, Washington DC.  Fuselage put on display at NASM for 50th
					anniversary of Hiroshima bombing.  Has now been moved to and is fully assembled at
					the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Washington-Dulles IAP.
				86293 assigned to 4141 BU Pyote, TX, photographed stripped in scrap dump pit on Guam.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 
				86294 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 12Oct53
				86295 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Police Action’
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					On October 23, 1951, while on a combat mission, the aircraft was attacked by enemy MiG-15s. One crew
					 member was killed on board and the aircraft was damaged and landed at K-14, Kimpo AB, Korea.  
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				86296 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86297 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45. Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Damaged 22Jul48 due to mechanical failure over Guam.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK, 12Oct53
				86298 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Crash landed 26Jul47 due to mechanical failure at Tinker AAF, OK
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK, 14Sep53
				86299 Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Assigned to 365th Bomb Squadron, 305th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 25Jun51 taxying at MacDill AFB, FL.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA, 14Jul54
				86300 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK, 12Oct53
				86301 Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 5Jul46 due to engine failure 100 miles E of Kanoya AB, Japan
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
					Named ‘Tiny Fanny - `a little behind`’.  Surveyed 8Jun48
				86302 Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Forced landing 10Sep49 due to mechanical failure at North Field, Guam.  Surveyed 17Oct50
				86303 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Early Bird’
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Feb50
					Assigned to 2nd Air Rescue Squadron.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA, 25Sep54
				86304 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 77th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Elmendorf AAF, AK
					Accident 16Jan47 taxying at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
					Assigned to 718th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
					Forced landing 7May48 due to engine failure 50 miles S of Tinker AFB, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK, 12Oct53
				86305 Surveyed 14Jun50
				86306 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86307 Accident 31Aug45 on the ground at Tinker AAF, OK
					Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 1st Experimental Guided Missiles Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Crashed and burned 29Jul47 in a failed takeoff attempt at Eglin AAF, FL. Nine crew are killed and two injured
					Reclaimed at Eglin AAF, FL 7Aug47
				86308 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS 
					Accident 4Apr48 due to mechanical failure taking off at Yokota AB, Japan
					Modified to SB-29 [sic] at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK May50
					Assigned to 67th Air Rescue Squadron, 9th Air Rescue Group, Sculthorpe, England, later at Prestwick, Scotland
					Forced landing 14Dec53 due to engine failure at Prestwick, Scotland. Aircraft wrecked
					Salvaged at Prestwick, Scotland, 5May54
				86309 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME, 9Feb55
				86310 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				86311 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				86312 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86313 Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, MacDill AAF, FL
					(TB-29, 875BS  498BG) while on a night navigation training flight from MacDill Field, Florida
					to Chicago and back, flew into the Clingmans dome mountain (Alt. 6,643 feet), approx 200-400 below 
					the crest during thunderstorms and cloudy weather Jun 11/12, 1946 with the loss of 12 aircrew.
				86314 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 30Mar54
				86315 Assigned to 302nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army AF Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Crashed 8Jul45 26 miles SE of Pueblo, CO
44-86316/86370		Martin-Omaha B-29-50-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				86316 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Space Mistress’.  Named ‘Persuade Her’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 12Oct54
				86317 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to England Sep51-Dec51
					Accident 12Aug51 on the ground at Hill AFB, UT.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				86318 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA. Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				86319	Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45. B-29MR. 353rd BS, 301st BW, Barksdale AFB. Detached Jun52 to Sidi Slimane, 
					French Morocco.  Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 22Aug54.
				86320  Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AAF, TX 27Sep45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Crashed 23Sep49 taking off from North Field, Guam
				86321 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed 27Sep45 
				86322 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86323 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Four-A-Breast’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86324 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 73rd Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86325 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 15Jul54
				86326 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army AF Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Crashed 10Jul45 5 miles south of Venice, FL. At least one crew member killed.
				86327 (98th BG, 343rd BS) shot down by Russian MiG-15 Jun 1, 1951 during an attack on a railroad bridge s
					outhwest of Sinuiju, North Korea.  The MiG-15 was subsequently shot down by a Sabre of 335th FIS, 
					4th FIG; the pilot ejected and landed safely but committed suicide when surrounded by armed 
					soldiers [American or Korean is not clear]
				86328 (19th BW, 28th BS) crashed on takeoff from Kadena AB, Okinawa Sep 15, 1950.  The aircraft crashed 
					on takeoff at the China Sea end of the airstrip at Kadena.  The resulting explosion demolished the 
					fire fighters’ crash equipment, and blew the station apart as well as the control tower.  One 
					crew member was killed and two fire-fighters lost their lives trying to extinguish the fire.
				86329 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army AF Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Crashed 14Jul45 during takeoff from Kirtland Field, NM
				86330 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Ape Ship’
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Transferred to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Damaged by fire 4Dec50 in a ground accident at Yokota AB, Japan.  Surveyed 18Dec50
				86331	Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Force landed 19Jun46 due to mechanical failure at Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 373rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					WB-29. 373rd WRS. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda. Stripped of parts and used for a major rescue 
					training exercise at Bermuda Mar 21, 1949 when floated out into Castle Harbour to simulate a ditched aircraft.
					[another stripped WB-29 was set fire during the exercise for fire rescue training – identity not recorded]
				86332 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 611th Army AF Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL	
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				86333 Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Crashed 26Sep49 6 miles SW of Talihina, OK
				86334 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army AF Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					(237th CCTS) crashed 6 mi SSW of Benton, Kentucky during cross country flight during electrical storm
					Jul 1, 1945.  9 killed, one survived.
				86335 (Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Miss Tampa X’.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘T.D.Y. Widow {Wife}’
					(98th BW) Severely damaged Mar 1, 1951 by Russian MiG-15 during attack on a railroad bridge southwest 
					of Sinuiju, North Korea. A wing and fuel cells were damaged and caught fire. 
					The aircraft landed safely at Taegu, South Korea but written off as beyond repair.
				86336 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 29Jul54
				86337 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86338 Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), 
					Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47
					Accident 28Feb48 in a ground collision with B-29 45-21761. The nose and wing tip were damaged; used for spares
					Surveyed 7Apr48
				86339 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to the Cold Weather Detachment, Ladd AAF, AK
					Accident 31Jan46 due to mechanical failure at Ladd AAF, AK
					Assigned to 46th, later 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘Carmencito Joe’
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA
					Accident 17Sep50 at NAS Kwajalein
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 11Jun51 due to fire at Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Big Blow’.  Named ‘Dinah Might’.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Kadena AFB, Okinawa, 24Oct54
				86340 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Wolf Pack’.  Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged 17Aug53 in a collision on the ground at Clark AB, Philippines
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54
				86341 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group
					Named ‘The Dreamer’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged 15Oct53 due to mechanical failure
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				86342 Delivered to USAAF 24Jun45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86343 Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 22Jul45.  Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 8Dec45 – 6 combat missions
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by AAA Sep 13, 1952 over Suiho Hydroelectric Plant,
					Korea.  Recently released files show that it was shot down by a MiG-15 flown by a Soviet pilot.
				86344 (462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed due to fire in radar room sub-bloor at Sakatoichiba Chiba, Japan Aug 2, 1945.  
					MACR 14811.  1 killed, 11 bailed out and 1 was killed by Japanese Navy soldiers when he resisted capture.  
					10 became POW.
				86345 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 2750th AF Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 22Jul54 
				86346 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45 to Wendover AAF, UT
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Converted to Victor number 94.  
					Flown 27Jul45 Wendover AAF to Kirtland AAF, NM and loaded with a Fat Man atomic bomb assembly
					Flown 28Jul45 to Mather AAF, CA and departed to Hawaii 29Jul45
					Arrived 2Aug45 at North Field, Tinian, Marianas Islands
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group. Given 39th Bomb Group markings for security reasons.
					Departed Tinian 9Aug45 and returned to Wendover AAF, UT to await orders to transport components of the third bomb.
					Flown Nov45 to Roswell AAF, NM.  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, 
					as operational.  Named ‘Luke The Spook’
					Flown to Kwajalein as part of Operation Crossroads nuclear tests in the Pacific Apr46 to Aug46
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX Jun49
					Modified to TB-29 at San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly AFB, TX Apr50
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					(98th BW, 343rd BS) damaged by MiGs Oct 24, 1951, recovered at Yokota AB.  
					Assigned to 10th Radar Calibration Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan (August 1952),
					Assigned to 6023rd Radar Evaluation Flight, Yokota AB (March 1954), Johnson AB, Japan (May 1957), 
					and Naha AB (November 1958),
					Assigned to 6431st AFs Base Group, Naha AB, Okinawa, Japan (December 1959)
					Assigned to 51st AFs Base Group, Naha AB (July 1960), where it was dropped from inventory and scrapped.
				86347 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45 to Wendover AAF, UT
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 95.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb 
					Squadron, 509th Composite Group. Given 39th Bomb Group markings for security reasons.  Named "Laggin’ Dragon".  
					Flew weather recon Aug 9, 1945.   Flown Nov45 to Roswell AAF, NM.	
					Flown to Kwajalein as part of Operation Crossroads nuclear tests in the Pacific Jun46
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational.
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX Jun49
					Modified to TB-29 at San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly AFB, TX Apr50
					Assigned to 10th Radar Calibration Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan (September 1952),
					Assigned to 6023rd Radar Evaluation Flight, Yokota AB (March 1954), Johnson AB, Japan
					Accident 8May54 due to weather 150 miles NW of Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 6431st AFs Base Group, Naha AB, Okinawa, Japan (July 1958)
					Assigned to 51st AFs Base Group, Naha AB (July 1960), where it was dropped from inventory and scrapped.
				86348 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				86349 Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, Kadena, Okinawa [1950].  Named ‘John’s Other Wife’
					Assigned to 22nd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
				86350 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 3Jun54
				86351 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. 
					TDY to England Sep51-Dec51.  Gunnery accident 10Mar52.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, OK 17Jun53
				86352 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86353 Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AFB, KS 
					Crash landed 1Apr49 due to engine failure 26 miles S of Roswell, NM
				86354 Delivered to USAAF 4Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86355 Delivered to USAAF 4Jul45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group
					Modified to SB-29 at Yokota, Japan Nov50.  Assigned to B Flight, 3rd Air Rescue Squadron, Japan
					Accident 2May52 taxying at Komaki AB, Japan
				86356 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 3Nov48 due to engine failure on takeoff from Lajes Field, Azores, and crashed into the sea 
					500 yards offshore. The aircraft and its crew were homebound to MacDill AF Base, Florida 
					after serving for some extended months in England. Eighteen service members perished and one survived 
					and was rescued.
				86357 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by AAA Sep 16, 1950.  Shot down by AAA near
					Sunchon, Korea Aug 24, 1951.  Crew bailed out.  Aircraft exploded 11 miles W of Sunan, NK, 
					(between Sunan and Kowan-ni).
				86358 Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Damaged 21Aug48 due to mechanical failure 12 miles S W of Tucson, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, OK 14Jul54
				86359 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Capt Sam and Ten Scents’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				86360 Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged 13Apr52 due to structural failure near Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, OK 13Sep54
				86361 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Named ‘Dickert’s Demons’.  Named ‘Lonely Lady’
					Named ‘Lonely Lady Under New Management’. Named ‘Lonesome Polecat’
					(92nd BG, 326th BS, "Lonesome Polecat") transferred to 98th BG.  Accident 11Mar49 at Hill AFB, UT
					Salvaged Jul 15, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				86362 Delivered to USAAF Jul 9, 1945.  
				86363 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 3Feb53.
				86364 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul54.  Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Wing
					In midair collision with B-29 44-69939 at 26,000 feet over Stockton, CA Nov 16, 1949.  18 crew
					of 21 lost.  Crashed 12 mi NW of Stockton, CA.  The aircraft were on a "round robin" training flight from 
					Spokane AF Base, with a mock bombing target to Stockton, California, then onward to Ogden, Utah, 
					then a return home when tragedy struck . Two in the group of thirteen Superfortresses 
					collided at 26,000 feet above Stockton and plunged to earth in flaming wreckage. Only one airman 
					survived from this aircraft by bailing out in time and parachuted safely to the ground. 
					Nine other fliers perished when the aircraft impacted on McDonald Island about 13 miles to the northwest. 
					Two crew members parachuted to safety from the other B-29 (44-69939) but nine 
					were killed when it impacted in 6-10 feet of mud on Rindge Tract Island in the San Joaquin Delta, 
					about 11 miles to the northwest.
				86365 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86366 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				86367 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				86368 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86369 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86370 Accident 3Dec50 due to weather landing at McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Lucky Dog’
					(19th BW, 93rd BS) Shot down by Russian MiG-15 Ap4 12, 1951 during attack on a bridge spanning the 
					Yalu River between Andong and Sinuiju, North Korea. No.1 engine caught fire and the aircraft ditched 
					into the sea. Debris and an oil slick were found, but no parachutes were observed and all but one 
					of the 12-man crew remain missing in action.
44-86371/86425		Martin-Omaha B-29-55-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				86371 Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					(98th BG, 345th BS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951.
					4 survived, one died in POW camp, three released at end of war.
				86372 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86373 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86374 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed 19Aug54
				86375 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86376 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Miss N.C.’’.  Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group
					Damaged 23Oct51 by a MiG-15 of the Soviet AF 17th IAP. Made a safe landing at Kimpo and repaired.
					Accident 19Sep52 taxying at NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86377 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86378 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86379 Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 513rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Converted to WB-29, named "Big Schmoo" and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather at Kindley AFB,
					Bermuda.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Mar54
				86380 Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 4132nd Army AF Base Unit, Garden City AAF, KS
					Crashed 18Dec45 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 6 miles NE of Hamanna, KS. 
				86381 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54\
				86382 Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational
					Accident 18Apr47 landing at Mitchel AAF, NY
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 106th Radar Calibration Squadron, 521st Air Defense Group, Sioux City AF Base, Iowa
					Accident 9Feb53 taxying at NAS Jacksonville, FL
					Assigned to 7th Radar Calibration Squadron, Sioux City AFB Aug52
					(7th Radar Calibration Squadron) destroyed in post-crash fire Dec 18, 1953 when pilot and copilot
					mistook Ogden MAP, Utah for nearby Hill AFB, but down on a much shorter runway, overran threshold,
					bounced across deep ditch, canal, crossed highway, came to rest in pieces and immediately caught
					fire.  One crew killed, 2 injured.
				86383 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational.
					Crashed 12Aug48 after take-off on a night training flight from Roswell AFB, NM when the flaps were 
					retracted too early. Eight survivors from a crew of 21.
				86384 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393 BS, 509th Composite Group.  Named ‘Fanny The Atom & I’
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational.
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 1Jul54 
				86385 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86386 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 306th Bomb Wing, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				86387 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL. 
					Transferred to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 14Sep52 landing at NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
					Salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				86388 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45
					Assigned to 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 10May49 at MacDill AFB, FL.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86389 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Lost at Mountain Home, ID 18Jul54
				86390 Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Fairchild AFB, WA
					Accident 29Jan51 due to friendly fire 5 miles S of Wilcox, AZ
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Snake Bit’.  Named ‘Trouble Brewer’
					This aircraft crash landed on its 9th mission on June 25, 1952.  Weather conditions did not permit 
					the aircraft to land at its planned return base.  It crashed at Ashiya AFB due to lack of fuel 
					and a short runway.  Its main gear stopped the plane from going over a 500-foot cliff.  There 
					was no loss of life, but among the seriously injured was the bombardier, who put his feet through 
					the nose plexiglass.  Surveyed 13Jul52
				86391 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 9Mar49 landing at Biggs AFB, TX
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					Assigned to 321st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 12Oct53 due to structural failure 4 miles NE of Forbes AFB, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				86392 Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Wrights Delights – The Chosen Few’
					(307th BW, 371st BS) collided in midair with 44-61908 (307th BW, 372nd BS) Feb 1, 1952.  86392 was
					able to land safely at Kadena, but all crew of 61908 were killed. Mid-air collision took place while 
					flying in formation at about 15,000 feet. After a turn to the right had been completed, aircraft #44-61908 
					collided with B-29 aircraft #44-86392. The #1 propeller of aircraft #44-86392 came in contact with the 
					right wing and aileron of aircraft #44-61908 which caused it to go down and to the right in what 
					appeared to be a spiral. The #1 propeller of aircraft #44-86392 was feathered and the plane 
					returned to Kadena Air Base, Okinawa without further incident. Aircraft # 44-61908 went into an 
					undercast and was never seen or heard from again. 
					(98th BW, 345th BS) shot down by MiGs near Cho-do, North Korea Nov 19, 1952.On November 19, 1952, this 
					aircraft was on a bombing mission over Songhon.  On return it was damaged by enemy fighters.  The 
					aircraft went down approximately eight miles north of Chodo Island after fire and order to bail out.
				86393 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at 23Jun54
				86394 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged by fire 21Dec51 at Randolph AFB, TX.  Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 14Dec53
				86395 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Surplus 1Aug56
				86396 Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86397 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Last reported at McClellan AFB, CA 18Apr54
				86398 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45
					Modified with R-3350-CA-2 fuel injected engines and revised nacelles
					Designated YB-29J
					Modified to an aerial tanker to test a Boeing developed boom aerial refuelling system for the KB-29P program
					Designated YKB-29J.  Assigned to 3200th Proof Test Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Accident 24Sep51 landing at Farmingdale, NY
					Assigned to 3203rd Maintenance & Supply Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Last reported at Olmsted AFB, PA 4Feb55
				86399 Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Forced landing 30Jun49 due to engine failure at Yokota AB, Japan
					Assigned to Task Unit 3, Operation Greenhouse, NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
					Forced landing 21Apr51 due to engine failure and fire
					Assigned to 57th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 1500th Air Base Group, Hickam AFB, HI
					Accident 28Dec51 due to engine failure landing at Hickam AFB, HI
					Last reported at McClellan AFB, CA 31Dec54
				86400 Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Big Gass Bird’.  Named ‘Heart’s Desire’.  Named ‘Chotto Matte’
					(98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.  Crashed Mar 31, 1952 near village
					of Daimon, 6 mi NW of Yokota AB, Japan.  9 killed, 2 injured.
				86401 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for 
					Project DOM-515 Saddletree conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing 
					Crashed shortly after take-off due to engine failure, struck a small hill near village of Daimon, 6 mi 
					NW of Yokota AB, Japan and burned. 9 KIA, 2 injured
				86402 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Modified with R-3350-CA-2 fuel injected engines and revised nacelles
					Designated YB-29J.  Used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs
					Modified to an aerial tanker to test a Boeing developed boom aerial refuelling system for the KB-29P program
					Designated YKB-29J.  Last reported at Lockheed, Burbank, CA 19Jul54
					Reported early 1970s to be at Aircraft Industries Museum, Louisville, KY
				86403 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86404 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86405 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86406 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86407 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86408 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX Aug45
					Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX Sep45
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AAF, TX Jun48.  Named ‘Haggerty's Hag’
					Assigned to 4002nd Base Services Squadron, Campbell Field, KY 1949
					Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Oct49
					Assigned to 9th Bomb Wing, Fairfield AFB, CA Aug50
					Assigned to Wright Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio May53
					Assigned to 6750th Chemical and Ordnance Test Group, Air Research and Development Command, Hill AFB, UT, 
					Jun53. Relocated to Dugway Proving Grounds, UT, for chemical munitions testing. 
					SOC 19Nov53 at Michaels Army Air Field, Dugway Proving Grounds. Used as a ground test vehicle for 
					testing various types of chemical warfare agents.
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the 75th Air Base Wing, Hill AFB, UT. 
					In 1983 members of the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron from Hill AFB disassembled and 
					moved the aircraft by truck from Dugway to Hill Aerospace Museum for restoration and display.
					Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.
				86409 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86410 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 554th Army AF Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				86411 Delivered to USAAF 4Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86412 Delivered to USAAF 4Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86413 Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86414 Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA.  Named ‘Overnite Bag’
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged 7Jan49 in a ground collision with B-29 44-86442 at MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86415 Named ‘Squeeze Play’.  Named ‘Miss Minooki’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					(98th BW, 343rd BS) ditched in Sea of Japan after leaflet dropping
					mission Sep 19, 1951.  The aircraft developed engine problems and it was ditched 
					in the Sea of Japan.  Its crew members were all MIA
				86416 Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86417 Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86418 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA.  Named ‘Sac Queen’
					Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, 49th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 6Jul54 due to mechanical failure landing at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 8Nov54 due to mechanical failure during takeoff 6 miles N of Yokota AB, Japan
				86419 Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86420 Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Accident 6Nov50 taxying at RAF Burtonwood, UK.  Crashed 25Aug52 and destroyed by fire near Barksdale AFB, LA
				86421 Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 306th Bomb Wing, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 67th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, March AFB, CA
					Accident 6Mar51 due to weather landing at March AFB, CA
					Last reported at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				86422 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged 27Oct48 in a ground collision with B-29 44-61940 at RAF Waddington, UK
					Accident 7Jun49 due to mechanical failure 10 miles N of St Petersburg, FL
					Accident 24Apr50 due to mechanical failure near Del Rio, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86423 Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Last reported at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				86424 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Last reported at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				86425 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
44-86426/86473		Martin-Omaha B-29-60-MO Superfortress
				Built under license by Martin at Omaha, NB.
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				86426 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 92nd SRC
					Assigned to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot for storage, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Aug53
				86427 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Last reported at Dow AFB, ME 11Jan55
				86428 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Last reported at Dow AFB, ME 11Jan55
				86429 Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 3Dec48 landing at Lowry AFB, CO
				86430 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, Tinian
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational
				86431 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Oklahoma City Material Command Depot, OK, awaiting 
					storage and removal of Silverplate equipment.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group
					Surveyed 23Jul47
				86432 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational.
					Assigned to 5012th ECM Flight, Elmendorf AFB, AK
					Force landed 31Dec54 due to engine failure and fire at Elmendorf AFB, AK
				86433 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Fairchild AFB, WA
					Accident 16Dec50 at Fairchild AFB, WA.  (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Peace Maker") to reclamation Aug 8, 1954
					at Tinker AFB.
				86434 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 436th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Carswell AFB, TX
					Accident 20Dec48 taxying at Andrews AFB, MD.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot for storage, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug53
				86435 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group.  Last reported at Hamilton AFB, CA 14Sep54
				86436 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Mais Oui’.  Named ‘Miss Behavin’.  (98th BW) damaged by AAA 3 mi S of Kwangju, Korea Jun 20, 1951.
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, OK 27Sep54
				86437 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Group.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 17Dec53
				86438 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					(92nd BG, 327th BS, "Flying Parts") to reclamation Feb 10, 1955 at McClellan AFB
				86439 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45
					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86440 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45
 					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.	
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3513th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 30Nov50 on the ground at Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 3May51 taxying at Randolph AFB, TX.  Accident 9Apr52 landing at Kelly AFB, TX
					Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 22Jun52
				86441 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to England Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				86442 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged 7Jan49 in a ground collision with B-29 44-86414 at MacDill AFB, FL
					To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54			
				86443 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45
					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Group 
					Last reported Iceland 27Jan55
				86444 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45
					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 29Nov54
				86445 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45 
					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.   Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 3Jun54
				86446 (Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lady In Dis Dress’
					Named ‘Rabid Rabbit’.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Los Angeles Calling’.  Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 4Aug50 taxying at NAS Kwajalein.  Named ‘Lady in Dis-Dress’
					Combat damage 30Dec52 in a night bombing mission over the Yalu river area, North Korea when it was 
					attacked by MiG-15s. The aircraft made an emergency landing in South Korea. Repaired and returned to service. 
					Assigned to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot for storage, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Jul54
				86447 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45
					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 12Jul55 due to mechanical failure landing at Randolph AFB, TX					
				86448 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3513th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 15Mar51 landing at Randolph AFB, TX
				86449 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 436th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Carswell AFB, TX
					Crashed 25Feb48 due to engine failure 12 miles W of Meridian, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86450 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 2043rd Air Weather Wing, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Damaged 7Dec48 due to weather 220 miles E of Manila, Philippines
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Assigned to 514th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Last reported at Yokota, Japan 1Sep54
				86451 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45
					To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX 
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 5May54
				86452 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Combat damage 7May51 by AAA over Pyongyang, North Korea.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				86453 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s.
				86454 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86455 Delivered to USAAF 11Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86456 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86457 Delivered to USAAF 11Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86458 Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86459 Delivered to USAAF 14Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86460 Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86461 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86462 Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86463 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86464 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86465 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Damaged 26Aug49 due to mechanical failure at Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				86466 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86467 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86468 Delivered to USAAF 21Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86469 Delivered to USAAF 25Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				86470 Delivered to USAAF 26Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				86471 Delivered to USAAF 25Sep45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				86472 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AF Base, NM, as operational.	
					Crashed 20May47 3 miles west of Merkel, TX
				86473 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group
					Reported Apr 9, 1946 at Roswell Field, NM, as salvaged with Silverplate modifications removed.
					Crashed 27Feb46 into another B-29 at Kirtland AAF, NM
44-86474/86691		Cancelled contract
44-86692/86891		North American B-25J-30/32-NC Mitchell
				MSN 108-47446/108-47645
				(Andrade quotes 108-37486/37585 for 44-86692/86791 and 108-47446/47545 for
					44-86792/86891)
				86694 became N3525G
				86697 (MSN 108-47451) to storage at Independence, MO.  To storage at Pyote, Texas Sep 1947.
					to Brookleyu Air depot, AL Oct 1951 and converted as trainer and redesignated TB-25J.
					To RCAF Jan 24, 1952 as 5239.  Became N92876.  
					I have it as having gone to Venezuela as FAV 0953 and 
					recovered in the 1980s and restored by Tom Reilly and 
					operated as N62163 *Killer Bee* by Bill Leary.  Now 
					reportedly up for sale.
				86698 to storage at Independence, MO.  To storage at Pyote, Texas Sep 1947.
					to Brookleyu Air depot, AL Oct 1951 and converted as trainer and redesignated TB-25J.
					To RCAF as 5248.  To SST Aviatin Museum, Kissimmee, Florida Sep 1975-Aug 1982.
					became CF-NWU and operated as air tanker by G&M of Alberta, Canada.  To N543VT,
					then C-GUNO.  Now being rebuilt as N325N at Santa Rosa, CA by Mitchell
					Mania as a solid-nose B-25J and carries the 
					Name *Sunday Punch*.
				86699 (MSN 108-47453) converted to TB-25J.  To RCAF as 5232 in 1952.  Put in storage
					with National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Canada.  Noted 1997 as N62163 of Tri Con Group
					Reported 1964 at National Aeronautical Collection, Rockliffe,
					Ottawa, ONT
				86701 converted to TB-25N.  Registered N7681C 1958.  Used in film "Catch-22".  
					Arrived Luton, UK May 11, 1978 for use in film "Hanover Street". 
					Subsequently stored at Blackbushe, later that year passed
					to Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace.  In 1988 was reported stored by the Musee 
					de l'Air, Paris.  Destroyed May 17, 1990 when the museum storage
					facility burned down.
				86708 became N3682G
				86711 declared surplus Aug 1960.
				86712 to Mexico in 1945 as BMM-3501
				86715 converted to TB-25N.  being restored to airworthy as N3442G 
				86716 (MSN 108-47470) converted to TB-25N.   Registered as N2887G, but marked as cancelled
					May 25, 2004 as sale reported 1977.  Aircraft was broken up
					on fire dump at Salina, Puerto Rico during 1982.
				86717 to Mexico in 1945 as BMM-3502
				86718 to Mexico in 1945 as BMM-3503
				86724 to RCAF as 5203 in 1951.  Became CF-NTU and was derelict at
					Kamloops, BC.   Recovered and refurbished.  Now on static display 
					at Air Command Hq. CFB Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
				86725 (MSN 108-47479) Jun 20, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF
					Jun 21, 1945:  Flown the next day to Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Army Air Field, CA, for storage.  
					Jul 22, 1945:   Moved to Smokey Hill AAF, KS for storage
					Sep 9, 1945:   Transferred to Independence AAF, MO, for storage with the 4185th Base Unit.  
					Aug 11, 1947:  Moved to South Plains AAF, TX, for storage with the 4168th BU.
					Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF
					Jan 1, 1948:   Assigned to 4141st BU at Pyote AAF, TX for storage
					Aug 1, 1951:  Assigned to the 2753rd Air Storage Squadron at Pyote, TX.  
					Oct 17, 1951:   To Brookley AFB, AL for maintenance and converted to TB-25J for the RCAF, who 
						was to have accepted it as s/n 5224 on Nov 28, 1951 but for some reason the transfer was delayed.  
					Jan 25, 1952:  Taken on strength with RCAF as 5243, at Canadian Forces Base Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 
					Oct 31, 1952:   Assigned to the 10th Training and Standards Unit, “MacDonald Brothers,” at 
						CFB Saskatoon. The original glass nose was here changed to a solid nose. 
					Dec 19, 1952:  Transferred to the 1st Advanced Flying Squadron of the Advanced Flying School at 
						RCAF Station Saskatoon.
					Apr 19, 1959:  Transferred to the 2nd Air Observer Squadron at CFB Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
					May 4, 1959:   Central Experimental and Proving Establishment (CEPE), Uplands CFB Ottawa, Ontario. 
					Sep 26, 1962:  Transferred to Dunnsville, Ontario, for storage; it was the last B-25 to fly for the RCAF.  
					Oct 1963:  Declared surplus with the Crown Assets
					Oct 1963:  Woods Body Shop/Columbus L. Woods, of Lewiston, NY, and registered N92899. 
					Nov 1963:  Bellomy Aviation of Miami, FL.  Along with seven other aircraft, they refurbished 
						it for sale to the Venezuelan AF, being converted back to full military configuration 
						including a new glass nose, side gun packs and some armor plating.  
					Dec 15, 1963:  Taken on strength by the Venezuelan AF as s/n 19A40, and assigned to Number 40 Squadron. 
					Late 1960s:   Re-serialed as FAV-580.  
					1972:  Withdrawn from use.  
					Jun 4, 1973:   Taken on strength with the Bolivian AFs as s/n 541, and used for administrative 
						and transport duties, and was the last B-25 to fly for them.  
					1979:   Retired to the military section of La Paz as a gate guardian.  
					Registered C-GXUU Oct 14, 1977, cancelled Mar 10, 1996 as NTU. 
					July 1984:  Purchased by C. A. Bird. but not moved.  
					May 1985:  Doan Helicopter Inc/Harry S. Doan, New Smyrna Beach, FL and rebuilt to ferry condition.
					March 1987:   Harry Doan began the ferry flight to Florida; the first leg of the trip was to 
						Manaus, Brazil over 975 miles mostly over the Amazon jungle. The second portion of the 			
						trip was 1129 miles to Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles and the final portion of the trip
						to Fort Pierce, Florida covered 1131 nautical miles.  However, due to loss of both 
						engines while departing for Titusville, the plane landed in a pond and suffered substantial damage.  
					1988: Recovery and restoration was begun.
 					Oct 30, 1992:  Sold at an auction partially restored to Air Power Ltd, Hillsboro, OR, and registered N25NA. 
					April 1993:  Stallion Aircraft Inc of Bensenville, IL, and operated by Jack Rogers/Air Classics 
						Aviation Museum at DuPage Airport, West Chicago, IL.  
					When Jack died in a plane crash on Jun 13, 1995, the plane was put up for sale.  It was purchased 
						by Jim Morgan, who loaned it to Evergreen Air Museum of McMinnville, OR.  
					May 6, 1997:  JDM Family Limited Partnership, Aumsville, OR; restored as “Super Rabbit” 
					Mar 25, 2009:  Classic Wings Inc, Westlake Village, CA
					Aug 22, 2011:  Wirraway Aviation, Los Angeles, CA
					Ca. 2012:  To be restored to airworthy condition and delivered to Wirraway Air Museum, Beaudesert, 
						Australia.
					May 16, 2013:  Hisey Aviation Llc, Oklahoma City, OK. now based with Doc Hisey’s Private 
						Collection/Oklahoma Museum of Flying, Wiley Post Airport, OK.
				86726 (MSN 108-47480) to RCAF as 5237 in 1952.  To civil registry as N92880 then 
					CF-NTP.  On static display at Reynolds Aviation Museum, Alberta, Canada.
				86727 to RCAF as 5230 in 1952.  SOC May 23, 1962 and became
					N92875.  Reported 1975 at USMC Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA.
					By 1976 on static display at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Now at Flying
					Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA.
				86728 to RCAF Jan 15, 1952 as 5247.  SOC Apr 26, 1962.  Became CF-NTW, 
					noted in early 1970s as derelict at Kamloops, BC
				86729 to RCAF as 5220 in 1951
				86730 to RCAF as 5235 in 1952
				86731 to RCAF as 5216 in 1951
				86733 to RCAF as 5222 - possibly not received.
					Also listed as RCAF 5239. w/o July 1955
					Also listed as RCAF 5282.
				86734 (MSN 108-47488) to TB-25N.  Now airworthy as N333RW at Lone Star Flight
					Museum, Houston, TX.  Ex N9090Z, N600DM.
				86735 to RCAF as 5227 in 1951.  w/o Feb 1957.
				86736 to RCAF as 5233 in 1952.  SOC Jun 12, 1963 and became N92886
				86738 to RCAF as 5229 in 1952.  SOC Jun 12, 1963 and became N92878
				86743 became N3508G
				86747 (MSN 108-47501) converted to TB-25N.  With Planes of Fame Air Museum of
					Minnesota, airworthy as N8163H "Mitch the Witch"
					Used in filming of *Pearl Harbor*.
				86749 converted to TB-25N.  Became N8194H, noted derelict at President Stroesser
					Airport, Ascuncion, Paraguay in mid 1970s.
				86752 converted to TB-25N.  To N2812G
				86758 (MSN 108-47512) Jun 26, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF and immediately placed 
					in storage at Independence Army Air Field, MO.
					Sep 1945:   Moved to Pyote AAF, TX, for storage.
					Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF 
					Jun 1951:   Sent to Hughes Aircraft for conversion to TB-25K radar trainer. 
					Ca. Sep 1951:  Assigned to James Connally AFB, TX
					Dec 1957:  Placed in storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
					Apr 1958:  Arrow Sales Company, North Hollywood, CA, and registered N9643C.
					Aug 1958:  H.H.Coffield/Rockdale Flying Service, Rockdale, TX
					Feb 1976:  Vernon E. Thorpe (and) Walter A. Wootton/Confederate AF, Harlingen, TX.
					Restoration began at Rockdale, TX.  Restored with 8-gun nose shell
						and markings of USMC VMB-612. 
					Feb 1978:  E. W. Broyles (and) Lou Hilton/Confederate Afthree Point Aviation, Belton, MO.
					May 1980:  Trucked to Harlingen and ownership was taken over by the CAF.  
					Jul 1981:  First post restoration flight.
					Based at Commemorative AF-Devil Dog Squadron, Georgetown Municipal Airport, Georgetown, TX
				86772 accepted by USAAF Jun 28, 1945 and put into storage.  Assigned to 1050th Maintenance
					Service Unit at Andrews AFB.  To 1401st Air Base Wing--Utility at Anderews AFB Aug 1952.
					To Birmingham, AL for Hayes conversion in 1954 and returned to Andrews AFB.  To
					1001st Air Base Wing Dec 1957.  Converted to TB-25N at some point.  To storage at MASDC in 1958.  
					Sold on civil registry as N9333Z Jan 1959.  Made forced landing in Argentina Jan 1962 (may have been used in
					cigarette smuggling), biven to a local flying club and put on display.  Registration 
					cancelled Dec 1964.  Returned to USA in 1990 by Don Whittington and sat in pieces at Fort
					Lauderdale, FL until 1993, when traded to the USAF Museum for four H-1 helicopters
					Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah 
				86773 became RCAF 5282, then N8010, then registered YV-E-IPU to S.A. PROYECTOS Y LEVANTAMIENTOS 
					AEREOS Y TERRESTRES (SAPROLATE) YV-19CP reserved but NTU.  Crashed Aug 11, 1977 and reported
					derelict at caracas-Maiquetia.
				86777 Jul 2, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF, and assigned to Yuma Army Air Field, AZ.  
					1946:   Redesignated as TB-25J and assigned to Mather Army Air Field, CA, for training.
					Sep 18, 1947: Taken on strength with USAF.
					Feb 1950:  Transferred to Ellington AFB, TX.
					1954:   Sent to Hayes Aircraft Corporation in Birmingham, AL, and converted to TB-25N.  
					1954:  Assigned to Goodfellow AFB, TX.
					Dec 1958:  Flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage and disposal. 
					Jan 1959:  Fike Plumbing, Phoenix, AZ and registered N9167Z.  
					1969:  James Landon, Phoenix
					1970:  Crosby Enterprises, Wauwatosa, WI.  With the plane still carrying its basic USAF scheme, 
						Crosby added the name, “The Devil Made Me Do It” to the nose.  
					1985: Unknown owner.
					1987:  Tom Reilly Vintage Aircraft, Kissimmee, FL, where it was restored.  
					Jun 1988:  Mid South Lumber Co, /Ed Stringfellow, Cropwell, AL
					Nov 1992:  Executive Aviation of Cincinnati, OH
					Mar 1993:  Registered N345BG
					Apr 1997:  Lost, the Forties Aviation/Bud Firth, Baton Rouge, LA
					Jan 24, 2000:  Blue Yonder Inc/David Wheaton, Tulsa, OK.
						Ferried from Baton Rouge, LA to Chino for complete restoration as "Martha Jean,”
					June 2000:  Ferried to Tulsa.  
					Oct 28, 2010:  B25 Mitchell, Inc, Tulsa, OK
					Mar 2011:  Liberty Aviation Museum of Shaker Heights, OH, 
					Jan 2014:  Liberty Aviation Museum moved to Port Clinton, OH.
				86779 converted to TB-25N.  Crashed and totally destroyed 7 miles west of Manchester, Georgia on Oct 1, 1953.
					5 killed, 1 survivor in a collision with mountainous terrain in Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia.
				86782 (TB-25N) to civil registry as N3677G
				86785 Jul 3, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF and immediately placed in storage at Independence 
						Army Air Field, MO.
					Aug 1947:   Moved to storage at Pyote AAF, TX
					Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
					Jun 1951:  To Hughes Aircraft for conversion to TB-25K radar trainer.  
					Dec 1951:   Returned to service at James Connally AFB, TX.
					Oct 1957:   Flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage and disposal.
					Jan 15, 1958:  Charlie Jensen/Tonopah Air Services, Tonopay, NV, who registered the plane as N5262V.  
						The plane was moved to Tonopah and stored in a hangar. 
					Mar 1975:   Mid Pacific International, Eugene, OR, purchased the plane at auction and in 1976 
						had it ferried to Oakland, CA.  At Oakland the plane was prepared for a ferry flight to 
						the Philippines but remained stored in Oakland instead. 
					Oct 1980:   Gary Flanders, Oakland, CA
					Apr 1983:   Wiley Sanders, Troy AL, where it became part of his private collection.  The plane 
						flies now as “Georgie Mae.”.
				86786 to N3514G
				86791 (TB-25J, MSN 108-47545) as Australian war memorial, Canberra.
					Restored Stockton CA as N8196H in 1982/83.  Two years as VH-XXV "A47-31",
					then to Canberra War Memorial.  Imported back into US in 1999.  Registration
					N6116X allocated May 2002.  Noted in restoration area at Yanks Air Museum, 
					Chino, CA Nov 2002
				86797 Jul 6, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAAF and assigned to Yuma Army Air Field, AZ. 
					Jan 1946:   Transferred to Mather Army Air Field, CA, and converted to TB-25J for training pilots.  
					Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
					Sep 1957:  To Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage and disposal.
					May 5, 1959:  George Race, Dallas, TX, who registered the plane as N3438G.  
					Jun 1959:  William H. Wisner, Dallas, TX
					Dec 1963:  Web Thomas Aircraft Sales, Addison, TX.
					Apr 1965:  Robert Hobart, Gulfport, MS
					Apr 1966:  Caribbean Enterprises International, Gulfport, MS
					Jul 1966:  Carl Gibbons, Vernon Land Coy Neal, West Monroe, LA.
					Aug 1966:  Caribbean Enterprises International, Gulfport, MS
					May 1967:  Web Thomas Aircraft Sales, Addison, TX
					May 1967:  Glenn H. Ransom, Brentwood, CA
					Mar 1973:  Milton Welser, Stockton, CA
					Jul 1978:  Richard L. Skadsheim, Modesto, CA
					By 1981: Withdrawn from use and became derelict at Turlock, CA.
					Aug 1983:  Aero Trader/Carl Scholl, Chino, CA
					By 1985:  Wiley Sanders, Troy, AL; added to his collection as “Old Grey Mare.” 
					Jun 2004:  Hans O. Lauridsen of Glendale, AZ, who added it to his Lauridsen Aviation Museum.
				86798 converted to TB-25N.  To N543VT
				86799 (MSN 108-47553) with 246th BU at Pratt AAF, KS crashed 2 mi
					S of Hutcheson, KS Aug 3, 1945.
				86800 (MSN 108-47554) converted to TB-25N before leaving USAF
					service.  To civil registry as N9091Z.  Reported to have
					crashed near Flores, Guatemala Sep-Nov 1960.
				86805 converted to TB-25N.  Crashed in snowstorm Jan 26, 1956 on flight from
					Goodfellow AFB, TX to Norton AFB, CA.  All 4 onboard killed.
				86806 (MSN 108-47560) converted to TB-25J.  In landing accident at
					Craig AFB, AL Dec 14, 1951
				86807 (MSN 108-47561) crashed 4 mi SE of Duvall, OH Dec 10, 1946
				86809 (MSN 108-47563) converted to TB-25J. Crashed with belly landing
					after engine failure 1 mi SE of Ellington AFB, Apr 2, 1951.
				86811 (TB-25N) to civil registry as N345G.
				86820 to RCAF as 5204 Jul 6, 1951.  SOC May 23, 1962.  To US civil registry as 
					N92874, then N232S, then CP-808.  Crashed at Itagua, Bolivia 
					Apr 19, 1967but presumably repaired as registered to Volivariana
					of La Paz by 1972 and then reported crashed Nov 21, 1977.
				86834 converted to TB-25N.  Became N9495Z, then TI-1026C, then
					XB-MOP.  Damaged at Miami Jan 20, 1968 by bomb in wheel whell
					and noted derelict there Oct 1968
				86843 (MSN 108-47597) Jul 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF.
					Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
					1953:  Converted to TB-25N
					Aug 1958:  Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for disposal.
					Aug 1959:  Ace Smelting Company, Tucson, AZ
					Sprung Aviation, Tucson, AZ, who registered the plane as N3570.
					Jul 1960:  Converted as a fire tanker.
					Apr 1962:  Major Air Corp, Tucson, AZ.  Operated as tanker #05C
					Donald Cochran, Montslair, CA
					May 1968:  Tallmantz Aviation of Orange County, CA.  Tallmantz then registered the plane as N3507G. 
					Sept 1968 to 1969:  Loaned to Filmways Inc of Hollywood, CA, and they operated the plane in 
						Mexico for the filming of the movie “Catch-22.”  
					Registration N3507G ancelled Jul 10, 1972.
					Aug 1972:  The AF Museum acquired the plane for their loan program and placed it on 
						loan to Grissom AFB, IN, for their museum, as *Passionate Paulette 
				86844 (MSN 108-47598, TB-25N) to civil registry as N3453G. Reported derelict
					at New Orleans/Lakefront AP by 1973 and still there in 1977.  
					Mounted on a plinth above Big Kahuna Water Park, Destin, FL.  
					Lost its port vertical fin in hurricane Ivan
					Sep 15, 2004.  Registration N3453G restored Sep 15, 2005.
				86853 (MSN 108-47507, B-25N) became N3521G, w/o at Red Bluff, CA May 6, 1967.
				86855 to RAAF as A47-50. SOC 3/50
				86859 to RAAF as A47-49. SOC 3/50
				86861 to civil registry as N3482G, then to CP-718 of F. Vasquez, w/o at Cobija
					Mar 2, 1966
				86865 to civil registry as N3511G
				86866 to civil registry as N9069Z.  Was apparently impounded at
					Quito.  Put on static display at Museo de La FAE Quito
					Airport, Ecuador. 
				86872 operated as aerial tanker under civilian number N2888G.
					Reported derelict and stripped at Boise, ID by 1983.  Restored
					1987 by Aero Nostalgia of Stockton, CA and passed to USAFM
					at Robbins AFB, GA.  Now at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB,
					Georgia (N2888G).  Has been repainted as *Little King*, a
					310th BG B-25 that flew 121 combat missions in Italy. 
				86873 converted to TB-25K.  Became N9639C, later N87Z.  Reported as having crashed 
					at Long Island, Bahamas Aug 2,1982, but still on the FAA roster. 
				86879 to RCAF as 5205 in 1951. 
				86880 converted to TB-25N.  Put on static display in Reese AFB collection, Lubbock, TX.
				86883 converted to TB-25J.  To civil registry as N3444G, then to N344G
				86891 on static display at Castle Air Museum, California restored as 40-2344.  Ex N3337G
44-86892/86897		North American B-25J-35/37-NC Mitchell
				MSN 108-47646/108-47651 (Andrade quotes 108-47546/47551)
				86893 was airworthy as N6123C at Kansas City Warbirds,
					Richards Gebaur AFB, Missouri Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.
					Reported WFU and derelict at Mesa, AZ by 1969.  Acquired by
					J. J. Stokes of San Marcos, TX in 1977 and subsequently
					owned by Kansas City Warbirds, Kansas City, MO.  Now
					registered since 1997 to Aircraft Guarantee Corp Trustee and flying with the
					demo team of The Flying Bulls/Red Bull, still as N6123C and is a
					regular performer at European air shows.
				86898 Ex RCAF 5248, to civilian register as
					C-GUNO, to Texas in 1983 as N543VT.
					Now a water bomber with G&M Aircraft of Alberta, Canada.
44-86898/87441		Beech C-45F Expeditor
				MSN 8157/8700.  Some to Navy as JRB-3/4
				86901 (MSN 8160) to Italian AF as MM61671 Apr 1949
				86902 (MSN 8161) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10957
				86903 (MSN 8162) to Italian AF as MM61670.  W/o Mar 19, 1951.
				86904 (MSN 8163) to Italian AF as MM61680.
				86905 (MSN 8164) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11529 Jul 23, 1952.
				86906 (MSN 8165) remanufactured by Beecn as TC-45G 51-11542 in 1952.
				86907 (MSN 8166) to civil registry as N8046H 
				86908 (MSN 8167) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6766C
				86911 (MSN 8170) to N44585, NC4K, N4F, N4M, N24F
				86913 (MSN 8172) to FA Dominica as FAD15 in 1956.
				86914 (MSN 8173) to N8041H
				86916 (MSN 8175) to N5046N
				86917 (MSN 8176) to NC44587, NC19920 with American Airlines for route surveys and pilot training.
					To ARAMCO in Saudi Arabia aa N716A
				86918 (MSN 8177) to N1531V, N22Q
				86920 (MSN 8179) (CAP, Puerto Rico ANG) crashed Nov 17, 1950 at Isla Grande Apt, San Juan, PR due
					to engine failure on takeoff.  Minor injuries to crew.
				86921 (MSN 8180) to N7380C
				86926 (MSN 8185) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10962 in 1954
				86927 (MSN 8186) to civil registry (C.18S) as N3001 
					(current with Four Way Production Company, Dallas, TX. since 18-Sep-1968)
				86929 (MSN 8188) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11494 in 1952.
				86930 (MSN 8189) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10783
				86932 (MSN 8191) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11536
				86933 (MSN 8192) to TG-TAC-63
				86934 (MSN 8193) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10921 in 1954
				86935 (MSN 8194) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11495 in 1952.
				86936 (MSN 8195) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10568 in 1953.
				86937 (MSN 8196) as N6767C
				86938 (MSN 8197) to civil registry as N6769C 
				86939 (MSN 8198) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1424.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To N8126 in 1968.
				86940 (MSN 8199) Lend-Lese to RCAF as Expeditor II 1423.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To N6369, N519PA (ntu).
					Noted derelict at Hamilton ramp in 1972.
				86942 (MSN 8201) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP103
				86943 (MSN 8202) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP104
				86944 (MSN 8203) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP104
				86945 (MSN 8204) to RAF as Expeditor II KN110.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61672.  Scrapped after 1988.
				86946 (MSN 8205) to civil registry as N9729H.  Crashed and destroyed, Waldron, AR May 23, 1999.
				86947 (MSN 8206) to RAF as Expeditor II KN111.  Returnedto
					USAAF May 30, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61666. W/o Aug 23, 1955
				86948 (MSN 8207) to RAF as Expeditor II KN112.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61668
				86949 (MSN 8208) to RAF as Expeditor II KN113.  Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29,1946.  To Italian AF as MM61675.  Seen mounted on
					pole at Parco Ditellandia, Castel Volturno, Italy
				86950 (MSN 8209) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10790 in 1954.
				86951 (MSN 8210) to RAF as Expeditor II KN114.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61667 Apr 1949.
				86952 to RAF as Expeditor II KN115.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
				86953 to RAF as Expeditor II KN116.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
				86954 (MSN 8213) to RAF as Expeditor II KN117.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61674.  W/o Jun 13, 1956
				86957 (MSN 8216) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10955 i 1954
				86962 (MSN 8221) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10966 in 1954
				86963 (MSN 8222) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44588.
				86970 (MSN 8229) to NC44586, N445.  Crashed and destryed due to structural failure of right wing in flight
					near Anchorage, Alaska May 21, 1966.
				86971 (MSN 8230) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10942 in 1954
				86974 (MSN 8233) modified as F-2B, redesignated RC-45A.  To Japanese civil registry as JA5035.  Crashed
					at Sendai Airport, Japan Sep 14, 1961.
				86975 (MSN 8234) remanufactured by Beech as C-45F 52-10963 in 1954
				86976 (MSN 8235) to N6788C
				86979 (MSN 8238) diverted to civil registry as NC44588 with the Carter Oil Company of Oklahoma in 1945.
				86981 (MSN 8240) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11522.
				86983 (MSN 8242) to N8065H, next registered in Surinam as PZ-TAN on Jun 1960, later cnx
				86984 (MSN 8243) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10582 in 1953
				86985 (MSN 8244) to civil registry as N8060H.  To Conner F A Co, Miami Springs, FL. 
					since 25-Aug-1966.  Noted in Connor storage area in 1979.
				86986 (MSN 8245) to civil registry (C.18S) as N8038H (current with Airfreight, Cornelius, OR. 
					since 22-Jan-1974)
				86987 (MSN 8246) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP106.  To Italian AF as MM61640 Apr 1949
				86988 (MSN 8247) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP107.
				86987 (MSN 8248) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KB104
				86990 (MSN 8249) to RAF as Expeditor II KN118.  Ran out of fuel and crashed near Mergui, Burma Apr 25, 1946.
				86991 (MSN 8250) to RAF as Expeditor II KN119.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61716, scrapped in 1980s.
				86992 (MSN 8251) to RAF as Expeditor II KN120.  DBR when taxied into sunken
					road after brakes failed, Victoria Point, Burma May 16, 1946
				86993 (MSN 8252) to RAF as Expeditor II KN121.  Returned to
					USAAF Jun 13, 1946.  To civil registry as N79813, 
					sold to French AF, returned to N79813, then to SX-EAB, later SX-ADG.  Scrapped at Athens c1982.
				86994 (MSN 8253) to RAF as Expeditor II KN122.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.  To VT-CPZ
				86995 (MSN 8254) to RAF as Expeditor II KN123.  Returned to 
					USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61659 Apr 1949
				86996 (MSN 8255) to RAF as Expeditor II KN124.  SOC Apr 24, 1947.  Registered as VT-CPZ Nov 1947 with Dalmia-Jain
					Airways.  To French FA at Centre d'Essais en Vol Apr 1954 as 255.  Call sign F-ZJAE.  In accident Oct 12, 1961.
				86997 (MSN 8256) to RAF as Expeditor II KN125.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61660 Apr 1949
				86998 (MSN 8257) modified as F-2B.  To N6773C, YV-P-EPQ, YV-E-FPT, YV-C-BAL, YV-E-GPU, YV-T-VTD, YV-P-GPF
				86999 (MSN 8258) to Italian AF as MM61689 May 3, 1949	
				87010 (MSN 8269) to N6673C, LV-GGB.  Retired Buenos Aires-Aeroparque
				87015 (MSN 8274) to US Navy as JRB-4 44607.
				87016 (MSN 8275) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11516.
				87017 (MSN 8276) diverted to civil use, to Standard Oil Developement Co, New York as NC44589, later N44589			
				87018 (MSN 8277) to civil registry as N6645C
				87019 (MSN 8278) to N696C, N36X
				87020 (MSN 8279) to Italian AF as MM61719.  Derelict Feb 1978
				87021 (MSN 8280) to Italian AF as MM61661
				87022 (MSN 8281) modified as F-2B.  Redesignated RC-45A.  To civil registry (C.18S) as N8031H, later N218HC.  Current
					in 2014.
				87023 (MSN 8282) to Italian AF as MM61661 Apr 1949 
				87026 (MSN 8285) to civil registry (C.18S)  as NC60716, N1313G.  Later as N13130 
				87028 (MSN 8287) to Italian AF as MM61747 Jul 3, 1949
				87030 (MSN 8289) to N8035H
				87031 (MSN 8290) to N6660C, ZP-CBI
				87032 (MSN 8291) to Italian AF as MM61663 Apr 1949
				87034 (MSN 8293) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10576 in 1953
				87035 (MSN 8294) to Italian AF as MM61641.  W/o 1970
				87037 (MSN 8296) to Italian AF as MM61724.  To Somalia Air Corps.
				87041 (MSN 8300) served in Canal Zone.  To N7375C in 1964.
				87042 (MSN 8301) to civil registry as N6276C (Delogra Aviation, Ft 
					Lauderdale, FL.)
				87044 (MSN 8303) to N6789C, CF-PAL.  Fitted with Edo floats.
				87045 (MSN 8304) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10958 in 1954.
				87049 (MSN 8308) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11903 in 1953
				87052 (MSN 8311) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10774 in 1954.
				87053 (MSN 8312) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10960 in 1954.
				87054 (MSN 8313) to N6674C.  Crashed in forced landing at Nome, Alaska Jan 20, 1959, pilot killed.
				87055 (MSN 8314) to Italian AF as MM61642 Mar 1949
				87056 (MSN 8315) to Cuban AF Apr 1945 as 213.
				87059 (MSN 8318) to civil registry as N2820D, N80224 
				87060 (MSN 8319) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10968 in 1954.
				87062 (33rd AAFBU) crashed into Mt Diablo near Walnut 
					Creek, CA Apr 8, 1946.  2 on board killed.
				87063 (MSN 8322) to Italian AF as MM61669 Apr 1949
				87065 (MSN 8324) to N7328C
				87066 (MSN 8325) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10797 in 1954
				87067 (MSN 8326) to N6266C with Utah State Agricultural College, Logan, Utah as instructional airframe.
				87068 (MSN 8327) to N8075H, LV-GGC.  Damaged while taxiing at Buenus Aires-Aeroparque Dec 30, 1968. Noted
					as wredk in Aeroparque in 1972.
				87070 (MSN 8329) to civil registry as N6262C
				87075 (MSN 8334) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP109
				87076 (MSN 8335) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP110.  Later purchased by Royal Navy and delivered to 781 
					Squadron in West Germany for use by Flag Officer Air (Home).  Later to Hal Far, Malta.  SOC Oct 1955
					and scrapped.
				87077 (MSN 8336) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP111
				87078 (MSN 8337) to RAF as Expeditor II KN126.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				87079 (MSN 8338) to RAF as Expeditor II KN127.  Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61673 Apr 1949
				87080 (MSN 8339) to RAF as Expeditor II KN128.  Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61643.  Stored Jun 1992.
				87081 (MSN 8340) to RAF as Expeditor II KN129.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To civil registry as F-BECZ, then F-OADV
				87082 (MSN 8341) to RAF as Expeditor II KN130.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61665 Apr 1949
				87083 (MSN 8342) to RAF as Expeditor II KN131.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To NC386, N386 with CAA, based in Berlin and London.  Retired in London, used for spares.
				87084 (MSN 8343) to RAF as Expeditor II KN132.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 17, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61644.  Seen mounted on pole
					Parco Ditellandia Aut 9, 2004.
				87085 (MSN 8344) to RAF as Expeditor II KN133.  Returned to USAAF in West Germany
					May 9, 1946. Then to CAA as NC398 Oct 22, 1947.  Then tothe French AF Centre d'Essais en Vol around 1955 with
					serial 085, call sign F-ZJAD.  Stored Toulouse 1985-1988..
				87090 (MSN 8349) to US Navy as JRB-4 44612.
				87091 (MSN 8350) Lend-Lease to Cuba as FAEC 212.
				87096 (MSN 8355) to US Navy as JRB-4 44617
				87100 (MSN 8359) Lend-Lease to Chile
				87102 (MSN 8361) to TG-O-CIW, N9667H
				87103 (MSN 8362) to civil registry as N79848 Jul 15, 1948, to SE-BTS Jun 28, 1951, to HB-GAC in 1952, 
					B-8 (Swiss AF in 1952), to HB-GAC again in 1957.  Preserved at Fligermuseum, Dubendorf,
					Switzerland
				87105 to US Navy as JRB-4 90533
				87106 (MSN 8365) to Italian AF as MM61645.  Scrapped
				87107 (MSN 8366) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10779 in 1954.
				87110 (MSN 8369) to N3964A
				87111 (MSN 8370) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10911 in 1954
				87114 (MSN 8373) in accident at Sharman AAF, KS.  In 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes
				87115 (MSN 8374) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10791 in 1954.
				87116 (MSN 8375) to N5129B, N8034H
				87119 (MSN 8378) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10564 in 1953.
				87121 (MSN 8380) to N8076H
				87122 (MSN 8381) to N6770C, HC-ABU, YV-T-JTD
				87123 (MSN 8382) to civil registry as NC4910N, N4910N (current with James E Jackson, Brainerd, MN. 
					since 24-Aug-1987)
				87124 (MSN 8383) to N8051H
				87126 (MSN 8385) to NC44590, CF-KIA
				87128 (MSN 8387) to N8062H
				87130 (MSN 8389) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10777
				87131 (MSN 8390) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10785 in 1954.
				87133 (MSN 8392) to civil registry as N7373C
				87136 (MSN 8395) to Italian AF as MM61646.  Seen mounted on
					pole at Parco Ditellandia Aug 9, 2004.  Park closed, in storage yard at Castel Volturno
				87137 (MSN 8396) transferred to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 86295.
				87142 (MSN 8401) (4000 AAFBU) bellylanded 2 mi S of Windsor, Ontario, Canada May 19, 1947.
				87143 (MSN 8402) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10587
				87144 (MSN 8403) Assigned to Headquarters 315th BW, assigned to 501st BG Mar 23, 1946.
					Registered Nov 22, 1956 to C. Itoh Aviation as JA5034.
					W/o at Chofu Feb 5, 1963 but parts still in existence Apr 1967
				87147 (MSN 8406) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10965 in 1954
				87148 (MSN 8407) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11521 in 1952.
				87149 (MSN 8408) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP112.
				87150 (MSN 8409) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP113.  To B-6 (Swiss AF), then HB-GAI  in 1955 (wfu by 1971)
				87151 (MSN 8410) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP114
				87152 (MSN 8411) to RAF as Expeditor II KN134.  Returned to USAAF
					Oct 17, 1946.  To Royal Thai AF as LI-6/90.  In RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				87153 to RAF as Expeditor II KN135.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946.
				87154 (MSN 8413) to RAF as Expeditor II KN136.  Returned to USAAF
					Oct 17, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61647 Mar 1949.
				87155 (MSN 8414) to RAF as Expeditor II KN137.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 27, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61648 Mar 1949
				87156 (MSN 8415) to RAF as Expeditor II KN138.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61759 Jul 1949
				87157 (MSN 8416) to RAF as Expeditor II KN139.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 27, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61649 Apr 1949
				87158 (MSN 8417) to RAF as Expeditor II KN140.  Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF As MM61650.  Scrapped Sep 1977.
				87159 (MSN 8418) to RAF as Expeditor II KN141.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 18, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61651.  W/o May 2, 1953
					Valmontone
				87166 (MSN 8425) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44627 May 1945
				87167 (MSN 8426) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44628.
				87168 (MSN 8427) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44629
				87172 (MSN 8431) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44633. 
				87175 (MSN 8434) to civil registry as N8039H.  Seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft, Stapleton APT, CO Aug 2007
				87177 (MSN 8436) to civil registry (C.18S) as N5813V, later N334G.  Derelict at Delaware Airpark in the 1980s.
				87178 (MSN 8437) to N6661C in 1964.
				87179 (MSN 8438) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10969 in 1954.
				87181 (MSN 8440) to civil registry as NC4758N, N4758N.  With Sheridan Flying Service, Sheridan, OR destroyed by
					fire in crash landing, Sheridan, Oregon Jul 17, 1982.
				87182 (MSN 8441) to NC44591.
				87184 (MSN 8443) modified to CQ-3.  To JA5032 in 1956.  SOC in 1969.
				87185 (MSN 8444) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11520.
				87186 (MSN 8445) to civil registry as N8052H 
				87187 (MSN 8446) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10569 in 1953
				87188 (MSN 8447) in 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes
				87189 (MSN 8448) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10781 in 1954.
				87190 (MSN 8449) to civil registry (C.18S) as N8037H.  Registration cancelled Aug 20, 2013.  Displayed
					at Museum of Mountain Flying, Missoula, MT
				87192 (MSN 8451) to N6446C, N6941C, CF-JSH
				87193 (MSN 8452) to civil registry (C.18S) as N7389C, N37R 
				87194 (MSN 8453) to N6785C
				87195 (MSN 8454) modified to CQ-3.  To JA5029 in 1956.  Struck off register in 1965.
				87196 (MSN 8455) to civil registry as N8040H (used as a sprayer by Glen Holt, Brookneal, VA. since 
					11-Apr-1972)
				87197 (MSN 8456) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10970 in 1954.
				87199 (MSN 8458) to N8047H
				87201 (MSN 8460) to civil registry (C-18S) as N7391C (used as sprayer by Hawkins 
					and Powers Aviation, Greybull, WY. since 12-May-1970).   WFU Jun 16, 2009.  Preserved at
					Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting, Greybull, Wyoming.
				87205 (MSN 8464) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10566 in 1953.
				87206 (MSN 8465) to PI-C-52, then F-BESC (w/o)
				87208 (MSN 8467) to F-OAOF.  Was PI-C121 and AP-ABU before F-OAOF.  To Air Laos Commerciale as XW-TBC in
					Feb 1963 and was cancelled Jul 1963. May have crashed while running opium in Laos sometime in the 1960s.
				87209 (MSN 8468) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to civil use.  To Philippines as PI-C80. To Hong Kong as VR-HED.
					To UK as G-ALJJ, to Australia as VH-KFD, then VH-CLF.  Burned for fire practice at Alice Springs in 1974.
				87210 (6167th ABG) crashed while landing Aug 24, 1952.
				87212 (MSN 8471) to civil registry as N7377C.  Was with Sarasota Jet Center, Sarasota, FL. from 25-Jul-2000.
					Sold to Patrick Godwin in 2007.
				87213 (MSN 8472) to N68785.
				87214 (MSN 8473) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11545 in 1952.
				87216 (MSN 8475) to civil registry (C.18S) as N4701V.  Destroyed in hangar fire at St John's, Newfoundland Dec 8, 1954.
				87217 (MSN 8476) to Philippine civil registry as PI-C457, RP-C457.  Crashed at Mamburao, Mindoro Occidental Dec 1982.
				87218 (MSN 8477) remanufactured by Beech as C-45F 52-10944 in 1954
				87219 (MSN 8478) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10579 in 1953.
				87220 (MSN 8479) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10573 in 1953
				87222 (MSN 8481) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11517 in 1952.
				87223 (MSN 8482) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11499 in 1952.
				87224 (MSN 8483) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11598 in 1952.
				87225 (MSN 8484) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10947 in 1954.
				87226 (MSN 8485) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10798 in 1954
				87228 (MSN 8487) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11514 in 1952.
				87232 (MSN 8491) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP115
				87233 (MSN 8492) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP116
				87234 (MSN 8493) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP117
				87235 to RAF as Expeditor II KN142.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
				87236 to RAF as Expeditor II KN143.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
				87237 (MSN 8496) to RAF as Expeditor II KN144.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61652 Mar 1949
				87238 (MSN 8497) to RAF as Expeditor II KN145.  Returned to USAAF
					May 30, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61653 Mar 1949.
				87239 to RAF as Expeditor II KN146.  Returned to USaAF May 9, 1946
				87240 to RAF as Expeditor II KN147.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
				87241 (MSN 8500) to RAF as Expeditor II KN148.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61760.  To Somalia Air Corps
				87242 (MSN 8501) to RAF as Expeditor II KN149.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 27, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61654.  Scrapped
				87247 (MSN 8506) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44638
				87259 (MSN 8518) to civil registry (C-18S) as N8030H, N37MS (Marian Air Service).  SOC in 1989.
				87261 (MSN 8520) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11537 in 1952.
				87262 (MSN 8521) to civil registry as N6046V.
				87263 (MSN 8522) to civil registry as N6263C
				87264 (MSN 8523) to civil registry as N8042H.  Gear retracted on takeoff at Van Nuys, CA Jan 16, 1967.
				87265 (MSN 8524) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10919 in 1954
				87266 (MSN 8525) to civil registry as N65537
				87267 (MSN 8526) to civil registry as N8067H
				87269 (MSN 8528) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10784 in 1954.
				87270 (MSN 8529) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10950 in 1954
				87271 (MSN 8530) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11750 in 1953.
				87272 (MSN 8531) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 51-10581 in 1953
				87273 (MSN 8532) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11908 in 1953.
				87275 (MSN 8534) to civil registry as N6267C, N6442C
				87276 (MSN 8535) to civil registry as N8049H
				87277 (MSN 8536) to Italian AF as MM61655 Mar 1949.
				87278 (MSN 8537) to Italian AF as MM61656 Mar 1949
				87279 (MSN 8538) to Italian AF as MM61657 Feb 1949
				87280 (MSN 8539) to Italian AF as MM61658 Mar 1949.
				87281 (MSN 8540) to civil registry as N8063H.  Missing on flight from St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Sep 15, 1965.
				87282 (MSN 8541) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10570 in 1953
				87284 (MSN 8543) to civil registry as N8032H
				87288 (MSN 8547) to JA5028.  Crashed Kogoshima Airport, Japan Mar 16, 1964.
				87289 (MSN 8548) to civil registry as N6646C
				87291 (MSN 8551) in landing accident Sep 16, 1945 at Post Field, OK
				87293 (MSN 8552) in landing accident Nov 12, 1946 at Kimpo AAB, Korea.
				87294 (MSN 8553) lin landing accident at Nichols Field, Philippines Jun 30, 1946
				87295 (MSN 8554) to Philippines as PI-C81, to Hong Kong as VR-HEB.  To France as F-OADA then to Centre d'Essais en 
					Vol (French Flight Test Center)
				87296 (MSN 8555) to Philippines as PI-C51, to Pakistan as AP-ABX
				87297 (MSN 8556) ground looped in takeoff accident Jan 25, 1953.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10796 in 1954.
				87300 (MSN 8559) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10789 in 1954.
				87305 (MSN 8564) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 66396.
				87307 (MSN 8566) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6774C, then N133BF (current with Koscot 
					Interplanetary, Orlando, FL. since 23-Apr-1968).  Was on display at SST Aviation Museum, Kissimmee, Florida
					since 1979, but museum closed.
				87309 (MSN 8568) Ca.1945: TOS USAAF as UC-45F.  9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
					1948: Redesignated C-45F. 
					By 8/50: 1101st Maintenance Squadron, 1100th Maintenance & Support Group, Bolling AFB, 
					Washington, DC.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11904 in 1953.
				87313 (MSN 8572) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 66402.
				87314 (MSN 8573) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 66403.
				87316 (MSN 8575) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1425
				87317 (MSN 8576) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP118
				87318 (MSN 8577) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP119.  Remained in USA, returned to USAAF.  To civil registry 
					as N8048H
				87319 (MSN 8578) to US Navy as JRB-4 44647 Jul 1945
				87325 (MSN 8584) to US Navy as JRB-4 44653 Jul 1945
				87326 (MSN 8585) to US Navy as JRB-4 44654 Jul 1945.
				87345 (MSN 8604) to US Navy as JRB-4 44672 Jul 1945.
				87346 (MSN 8605) to US Navy as JRB-4 44673 Jul 1945
				87348 (MSN 8607) to US Navy as JRB-4 44675 Jul 1945.
				87349 (MSN 8608) to US Navy as JRB-4 44676 Jul 1945
				87350 (MSN 8609) to US Navy as JRB-4 44677 Jul 1945
				87361 (MSN 8620) to US Navy as JRB-4 66415
				87364 (MSN 8623) to CQ-E.  To N8056H, N91KC
				87367 (MSN 8626) to Avions Taxis d'Indochine May 1948 as F-BENQ
				87374 (MSN 8633) to civil registry (C.18S) as N2731A
				87376 (MSN 8635) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6778C, then N47GC (current with Charles E Leonard Jr, Mandeville, LA. 
					since 08-Oct-1980)
				87377 (MSN 8636) to US Navy as JRB-4 66418.
				87384 (MSN 8643) to US Navy as JRB-4 66425.
				87388 (MSN 8647) to US Navy as JRB-4 66427
				87390 (MSN 8649) to civil registry as N7387C 
				87391 (MSN 8650) remanufactured as C-45H 52-10585 in 1953.
				87394 (MSN 8653) to US Navy as JRB-4 66431.
				87403 (MSN 8662) to US Navy as JRB-4 66440.
				87404 (MSN 8663) to US Navy as JRB-4 66441.
				87407 (MSN 8666) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP120.  Remained in USA, returned to USAAF.
					To civil registry as N8050H
				87408 (MSN 8667) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP121.
				87421 (MSN 8680) to US Navy as JRB-4 66454.
				87430 (MSN 8689) to US Navy as JRB-4 66463.
				87431 (MSN 8690) to US Navy as JRB-4 66464.
				87435 (MSN 8694) to US Navy as JRB-4 44682 Aug 1945.
				87439 (MSN 8698) to US Navy as JRB-4 66469
				87441 (MSN 8700) last Beech 18 built to WW2 military order.  To US Navy as JRB-4 66471.
44-87442/87583		Cancelled contracts
44-87584/87633		Boeing B-29-80-BW Superfortress
				MSN 12387/12436
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				87584 surveyed Jul 15, 1952
				87585	Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87586	Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				87587	Surveyed 15Jul52
				87588	Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87589	Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87590	Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87591 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Jul 14, 1954
				87592 Delivered to USAAF 22May45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army AF Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					With 331st CCTS crash landed with engine fire at Chatham Field, Savannah, Georgia Aug 25, 1945.
					Four crew members killed.
				87593	Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 10Jan54
				87594	Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Group, Randolph AFB, TX
					Crashed 23Jun55 when the aircraft hit trees after take-off from Randolph AFB, TX
				87595	Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Last reported at Barksdale AFB, LA 25Aug53
				87596	Delivered to USAAF 25May45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Combat damage 30Dec52 in a night bombing mission over the Yalu river area, North Korea when it was 
					attacked by MiG-15s. The aircraft made an emergency landing at Suwon AB (K-13). No casualties reported. 
					Repaired and returned to service.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87597	Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87598	Delivered to USAAF 22May45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 10Jan54
				87599	Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Modified to B-29 AEW
					Three B-29s were modified in mid-1951 during a full-scale development program for airborne early 
					warning (AEW) aircraft. The forward upper fuselage was extensively modified to house an AN/APS-20C 
					search radar. The aircraft interior was extensively modified to house radar and electronic counter 
					measures equipment. The development program was of interest to the Strategic Air Command and the 
					Air Defense Command and led to the procurement of operational radar picket aircraft including the Lockheed 
					RC-121 Warning Star.  Last reported at Eglin AFB, FL 21Dec55
				87600	Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 97th Air Refueling Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 2Mar52 landing at Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland.  Surveyed 25Jun52
				87601	Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Named ‘Charlie’s Wagon’.  Named ‘Touch-N-Go’.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 26May53 landing at Haneda AB, Japan.  Last reported at Yokota AB, Japan 15Nov54
				87602	Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87603	Delivered to USAAF 23May45
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 11Jun51 due to weather 40 miles N of Waco, TX.  Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 25Jun52
				87604 Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Aug54
				87605	Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 18May53
				87606	Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army AF Base Unit, 
					Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Damaged 3Jul46 due to mechanical failure at Hobbs AAF, NM
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing.  Last reported at Hunter AFB, GA 16Dec53
				87607 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Last reported at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Mar54
				87608	 Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 24Nov53
				87609 Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Last reported at Travis AFB, CA 2Jan53
				87610	Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 9th Air Refueling Squadron, 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 29May52 due to fire taking off at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				87611	Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				87612	Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 29Nov53
				87613	Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				87614	Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army AF Base Unit, 
					Kirtland AAF, NM.  Accident 7Aug45 landing at Kirtland AAF, NM.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 3Jan53
				87615 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 4136th Army AF Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				87616	 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 3Aug53
				87617	 Assigned to 19th Bomb Wing.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Wing.  Surveyed 9MAy51
				87618 Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘No Sweat’.  Suffered heavy battle damage from MiG-15 gunfire over Sinuiju railway bridge over
					Yalu River, North Korea Apr 12, 1951.  Able to fly to South Korea and Landed safely in Seoul, but was
 					struck by a jet while on the ground. The aircraft was to be repaired for training use only. Salvaged 14May51
				87619  Delivered to USAAF 30May45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 19Sep52 by structural failure over Galveston, TX
					Damaged 27Oct52 by structural failure 40 miles S of Randolph AFB, TX
					Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 1Jun54
				87620 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 247th Army AF Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Mar53
				87621	Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Crash landed 18Mar48 due to mechanical failure at MacDill AFB, FL.  Salvaged at Fairchild AFB, WA 27Jul48
				87622	 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87623	 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				87624	 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Destroyed by fire 28Apr54 in an accident at Smoky Hill AFB, KS
				87625	 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 399th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 18Jan52 taxying at Hill AFB, UT.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				87626	 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Forbes AFB, KS 1Dec53
				87627 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Designated TB-29.  Assigned to Chanute AFB, IL 
					Assigned to 582nd Resupply and Communication Wing, RAF Molesworth, England
					Assigned to Robins AFB, GA.  Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956
					Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Philips AAF, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1960 as a potential training target and for 
					survivability studies.  Reported 1979 in storage at Philips
					AAF, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD and there until at 
					least 1985.  To the Eighth AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA. Renamed as the Global Power Museum
				87628	 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Last reported at Great Falls AFB, MT Feb54
				87629	 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Aug54
				87630 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Up ‘n’ Comin’’
					Assigned to 1300th Air Base Wing, Great Falls AFB, MT.  Crashed 14May53 8 miles WSW of Sargent, NB
				87631	 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 2126th Army AF Base Unit, Laredo AAF, TX
					Accident 15Jul45 landing at Tinker AAF, OK.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 15Feb54
				87632	 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 582nd Resupply and Communication Wing, RAF Molesworth, England
					Reclaimed at RAF Molesworth, England 3Jun54
				87633	 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian
					Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
44-87634/87683		Boeing B-29-85-BW Superfortress
				MSN 12437/12486
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				87634	 Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Surveyed at Harmon Field, Guam 18Nov48
				87635	 Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				87636	 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Departed CONUS for Tinian 22Aug45
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group 30Jun45
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Crashed 25Aug51 landing at Truax Field, WI
				87637	 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 18May46
				87638 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 21Jun45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, Guam.  Named ‘Eight Ball II’
					Returned to CONUS 10Mar47.  (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed on takeoff from Kwajelein enroute to 
					USA Apr 19, 1947.  MACR 16207.   All 16 onboard killed.
				87639	 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Accident 4Jan46 10 miles N of Guam.  Surveyed at Hill AFB, UT 8Nov50
				87640	 Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Iron George’
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Crashed 23Aug51 due to engine failure and fire after the crew bailed out 3 miles north of Randolph AFB, TX
				87641	 Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 5Jul45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 4May47 – 11 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 4May47
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, OK 3Nov53
				87642	 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Marianas 19Jun45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Attleboro’.  Named ‘Slim II’
					Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 28Aug46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				87643	 Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group 30Jun45
					Assigned to 320th Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 26May52 due to mechanical failure landing at Tinker AFB, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87644	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 4180th Army AF Base Unit (Fairfield ATSC), Kellogg AAF, Battle Creek, MI
					Accident 10Sep45 taxying a Walker AAF, KS
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Apr52
					Last reported at Kindley Field, Bermuda 31Dec54
				87645 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87646 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for Guam 22Jun45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Kick-A-Poo-Joy III’
					Returned to CONUS 3Nov45.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 26Mar55
				87647	 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 793th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Griffiss AFB, NY 16Aug54
				87648	 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Surveyed at Harmon Field, Guam 18Nov48
				87649	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Night Affair’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing. Destroyed in a warhead test Jul58
				87650 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ann Garry V’
					Surveyed at Harmon Field, Guam 18Nov48
				87651 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Modified to B-29MR
					The aircraft departed Fairfield-Suisun AF Base carrying (B-29MR) but crashed on takeoff with 
					bombs loaded Fairfield AFB, CA Aug 5, 1950.  20 on board, 8 survived, but 7 on ground also died.  
					Killed in the accident was Brig Gen Robert E. Travis.  Fairfield AFB later renamed Travis AFB in his honor
				87652 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Combat damage 20Jul45 during a mission to the Hitachi aircraft factory at Tachikawa, Japan.
				87653	 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Richmond III’
					Named ‘Wango Bango’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54
				87654	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87655	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group, Clark Field, Philippines
					Accident 6Nov46 in a collision on the ground at Clark Field, Philippines
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 3Nov53
				87656 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group
					Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 109th Radar Calibration Squadron (ADC), Griffiss AFB, NY 
					Accident 21Nov52 taxying at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87657 Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Off Limits Limited’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 23Aug52 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					"Command Decision" is certainly the best known B-29 of the Korean War. It is the only bomber ace 
					and last B-29 bomber retired from the USAF. Officially credited with shooting down five MiG-15s. 
					"Command Decision" was the USAF Museum's 1st B-29. It was retired to Wright-Patterson AFB around the 
					beginning of 1957. At that point it was intact and whole. A couple of years later the 
					museum received ‘Bockscar’ late in 1961. "Command Decision" took a back seat to "Bockscar" and at s
					ome point was to be transferred to another museum. During this transfer "Command Decision" was 
					damaged by a helicopter airlift and ended up back at the USAF Museum as a fuselage walk-through display. 
					Around the late 1980’ or early 1990’s, "Command Decision's" fuselage was 
					being transferred to another museum again and this time was loaded on a flatbed truck. While in 
					transit the truck carrying the fuselage was involved in an accident, wrecking not only the truck 
					but "Command Decision" as well. At this point the museum acquired the fuselage of 44-62139 and 
					repainted in the markings of and displayed it as "Command Decision".
					The fuselage and nose on display at the USAF Museum marked as 44-87657 are actually 44-62139.		
				87658	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 3Jul45 
					Named ‘Miss Lace’.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for decades of weapons testing.
				87659	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Miss Sandy’
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 12Jan52 at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  Accident 29Apr52 at Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Last reported at Wheelus AFB, Libya 22Mar54
				87660	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45
					Named ‘Celestial Queen’.  Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Last reported at Barksdale AFB, LA 11Jan54
				87661 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 2Jul45 
					Named ‘American Beauty’
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Night-Mare!’.  Named ‘Koza Kid’.  Named ‘Ugly’		
					When 44-87661 joined the 792nd Bomb Squadron of the 58th Bomb Wings 468th  Bomb Group the plane had 
					nose art applied to the left nose: a shooting star with the plane’s name –AMERICAN  BEAUTY– contained 
					within the lines outlining the tail of the star. Forward of the name and the mission symbols there 
					was a portrait of a young lady. By 1949-50, 44-87661 was now a member of the 19th Bomb Group and 
					the AMERICAN BEAUTY nose art has completely disappeared.  In its place is a cartoon caricature 
					of an ugly person.  The name of the plane is now, appropriately,  NIGHT–MARE! It remained while 
					the Group made a hurried move to Kadena, Okinawa on 27 June 1950 to start flying combat missions 
					in the Korean War. Sometime later, most probably late 1951, two things 
					must have occurred that affected the name of the plane.  First, all members of the ground crew 
					that gave the plane its 1949-50 name would have rotated back to the States, and second, the men 
					of the new crew had gone into the village of Koza, just outside the Gate at Kadena, and were 
					not impressed with the local lovelies. So little impressed, in fact, that they took NIGHT-MARE! 
					off the nose and painted in KOZA KID.  In some manner the locals heard of the new name and were not 
					happy. They were so unhappy that they took their case to the Group Commander, who caved in.  
					And thus NIGHT-MARE/KOZA KID became just plain UGLY.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				87662	 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 12Jun45
					Named ‘Sky Blues’.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 13May46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				87663	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 13May46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				87664 (29th BG, 8th BS, "Thunderbird/City of Phoenix") shot down by AAA over Tokyo Aug 8, 1945 while on 
					mission to Nakajima aircraft factory at Tachikawa Tokyo, Japan.  11 crew KIA, one bailed out and became POW.
					The radio operator was tortured and executed the next day.
				87665 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Oct52
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 9Sep54
				87666	 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 1Jul45
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54
				87667	 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 482nd Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Bad Medicine II’
					Accident 12Jan46 due to mechanical failure taxying at North Field, Tinian
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, CA 3Nov53
				87668	 Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 27Jun45.  Named ‘Papa Tom’s Cabin’
					Returned to CONUS.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. 
					TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51.  Accident 24Aug51 landing at Walker AFB, NM
				87669	 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87670	 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 26May54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				87671	 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 4Jul45 
					Surveyed at Tinker AFB, OK 28Jul48
				87672	 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 18Nov53
				87673	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				87674	 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lady Chateau’ 
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87675	 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54
				87676	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 20Jan52 landing at Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Wheelus Field, Libya
					Crashed 4Nov52 between Saudi Arabia and Libya
				87677	 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 326th Army AF Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Last reported at Eglin AFB, FL 3Mar55
				87678	 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Last reported at Robins AFB, GA 4Jan55
				87679	 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army AF Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Forced landing 10Aug45 due to engine failure at Chatham AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87680	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Modified to KB-29M
					Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 4Feb49 due to bad weather landing at Tinker AFB, OK
					Damaged 4Mar49 in a ground collision with B-29 44-87704 at Walker AFB, NM
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87681	 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87682	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Damaged 13Dec45 in a collision at Will Rogers AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				87683	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at RAF Molesworth, England 16Aug54
44-87684/87733		Boeing B-29-86-BW Superfortress
				MSN 12487/12536
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				87684 Assigned to 8532nd Army AF Base Unit. Surveyed 31May52
				87685	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 8532nd Army AF Base Unit
					Accident 11Jul45 taking off at Randolph AAF, TX.  Surveyed at Randolph AAF, TX 13Jul45
				87686	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				87687	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				87688	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87689	 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				87690	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing 
					Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87691	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87692	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 32nd Composite Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Mid air collision 18Feb49 with F-80B 45-8526, 4 miles SE of Naha AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron, Pyote AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				87693	 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45
					Assigned to 3705th Army AF Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Surveyed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				87694	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron, Pyote AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				87695 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				87696	 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87697	 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87698	 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45
				87699	 Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Mar53
				87700	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87701	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 25Mar54
				87702	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87703 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87704	 Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Damaged 4Mar49 in a ground collision with B-29 44-87680 at Walker AFB, NM
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					The aircraft crashed at Lajes Field, Azores on April 26, 1951.
				87705	 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87706	 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 2532nd Army AF Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Damaged 5Jul45 in a collision on the ground with B-29 44-87712 at Randolph AAF, TX
					Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87707	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				87708	 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87709 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				87710	 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87711	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Mar53
				87712	 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 2532nd Army AF Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Damaged 5Jul45 in a collision on the ground with B-29 44-87706 at Randolph AAF, TX
					Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Mar53
				87713	 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87714	 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87715 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				87716 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87717	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 4127th Army AF Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54
				87718	 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45
					Assigned to 4196th Army AF Base Unit (Air Material Command), Victorville AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				87719 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 4136th Army AF Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				87720 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 4127th Army AF Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54
				87721 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87722 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				87723	 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87724	 Delivered to USAAF 4Jul45.  Assigned to 4135th Army AF Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54
				87725	 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 4117th Army AF Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA
					Accident 18Apr48 taxying at Robins AFB, GA.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 2920th Aircraft Maintenance Unit at Tinker AFB, OK
					Damaged 8Feb49 taxying at Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				87726	 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Surveyed 25Aug50
				87727	 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				87728	 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 4127th Army AF Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
					Surveyed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Jun50
				87729	 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 2532nd Army AF Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Accident 12Sep45 taxying at Randolph AAF, TX
					Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87730 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				87731	 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45. Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				87732 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45
					Assigned to 3705th Army AF Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 29Mar53
				87733 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 4127th Army AF Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 6Dec50
44-87734/87783		Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress
				MSN 12537/12586
				Dispositions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				87734 Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Double Whammy’
					Damaged 14Feb50 due to structural failure 50 miles N of Andersen AFB, Guam
					Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa.  On 28th June 1950 this aircraft dropped the first bomb in the Korean War.
					Damaged 4Nov51 on the ground at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(19th BW, 93rd BS) crashed into Sea of Japan between Okinawa and Korea north of Chinampoo Jan 23, 1952 
					after a runaway prop sheared and cut the fuselage.
				87735 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Crashed while attempting to land at Walker AFB near Roswell, NM
					Dec 15, 1949.  7 of 12 onboard killed.
				87736	 Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
				87737	 Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 21Jul45.  Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Battlin’ Bonnie II’.  5 combat missions
					Selected for a non-stop flight from Japan to Washington, DC to be led by General Curtiss LeMay.
					Modified with additional fuel storage and the removal of unnecessary equipment, guns and turrets. 
					9th Bomb Group markings removed; Twentieth AF emblem applied to the vertical stabiliser.
					Departed Tinian 15Sep45 for Iwo Jima to refuel and on to Mizutani, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Departed 
					Mizutani 18Sep45. Stronger headwinds forced a refuelling stop in Chicago, IL after a flight time of 27 
					hours, 30 minutes. After refuelling, departed and arrived Washington National Airport, DC in the 
					evening of 19Sep45.  Surveyed 2Jun52
				87738	 Delivered to USAAF 4Jul45
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 30Jul52 due to engine failure landing at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87739	 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 1Aug48 due to weather 4 miles NW of Casper, WY.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				87740	 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 57th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 1500th Air Base Group, Hickam AFB, HI
					Last reported at Hickam AFB, HI 11Feb55
				87741 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to Strategic Air Command, 509th Bomb Wing 
					Named ‘Private Love Witch’.  Modified to B-29MR.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Wing 
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					(B-29MR) crashed on landing at Andersen AFB, Guam Dec 17, 1953.  16 on board, 11 survived, but 8 on ground
					also died.  The aircraft was on its way home to Mountain Home AFB, Idaho via a short refueling and crew 
					rest stop at Kwajalein Island. It was full of extra passengers who wanted to be home in the U.S. for 
					the holidays. 
				87742 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to 46th, later 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘The Barrow Sparrow’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Mid air collision 9Jun49 with B-29 45-21731 3 miles NW of Tucson, AZ
					Used for trials at Flight Refuelling Limited, Tarrant Rushton, England Jul51
					Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, 49th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Crashed 8Apr54 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 15 miles SW of Komaki Airdrome, Japan
				87743 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Assigned to the Functional Test Squadron, Robins AFB, GA
					Damaged 16Feb53 on the ground at Robins AFB, GA.  Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
				87744 Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group.  Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather)
					Redesignated 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Accident 9Mar51 due to weather landing at Eielson AFB, AK
					(WB-29, 58th WRS) force landed at Moses Point Airport, Elim, Alaska in
					Apr 2, 1952 due to two inflight engine failures.
				87745	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 22Jul54
				87746 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Laurel AFB, MS 9Aug54
				87747	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Modified to WB-29.  Last reported at Yokota AB, Japan 10Jan55
				87748	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87749	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				87750	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Modified to RB-29.  TO 373rd RS, VLR, Weather. 
					Detached to Kindley Field, Bermuda 1946. Named ‘Hurricane Hattie’. 
					Crashed Nov 3, 1949 when landing after engine failure at Bermuda.  11 killed.
				87751 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87752 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project
					DOM-515 Saddletree conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 11Feb52 landing at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				87753 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 846th Bomb Squadron, 489th Bomb Group, Fairmont AAF, NB
				87754	 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 846th Bomb Squadron, 489th Bomb Group, Fairmont AAF, NB
					Mid-air collision 29Jul45 with B-29 44-87753 at Ardmore, OK
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 29Jul54
				87755	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					Converted to KB-29 and used for inflight refuelling trials.
					Mid-air collision 29Jul45 with B-29 44-87754 at Ardmore, OK
					Assigned to 2750th AF Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Damaged 13Aug51 in a ground collision at Flight Refuelling company airfield at Tarrant Rushton, UK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87756 converted to WB-29.  Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, Air Weather Service, McClellan AFB, CA
					Crashed Apr 5, 1952 3 mi short of runway at McClellan AFB, all 10 crew killed. A propeller went into 
					reverse during the approach.
				87757	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 342nd Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 13Jan48 due to friendly fire 150 miles NW of Point Barrow, AK
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87758	 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54
				87759	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Damaged 20Mar47 due to structural failure at Barksdale AAF, LA
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Salvaged at Barksdale AFB, LA 12May50
				87760 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group. Named "Nip-Pon-Ese’
					Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 23May50 due to friendly fire at Spokane AFB, WA
					Combat damage 23Oct51 when attacked by MiG-15s of the 17th IAP, Soviet AF over North Korea
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87761	 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					Accident 19Sep50 taxying at Walker AFB, NM
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 for storage
				87762	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Modified to WB-29.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 13Sep54
				87763	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 29Jul54
				87764	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87765	 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AAF, WA
					Mid air collision 21Dec47 12 miles W of Spokane AAF, WA
				87766 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  To USN May 14, 1947 as P2B-2S #84031
				87767	 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Converted to B-29MR
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51
					Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 24Jul54
				87768	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87769 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 29Mar48 taxying at McChord AFB, WA
					(509th BG, 715th BS) suffered engine fire on takeoff from Tampa, FL during search mission for
					ditched B-29 42-68289 Nov 18, 1949.  Crashed into marsh returning to field.  5 crew killed.
				87770 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Assigned to 715th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					(509th BG) converted to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Crash landed May 13, 1949 at Marham, UK
				87771 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for 
					Project DOM-515 Saddletree conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 for storage
				87772	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged 14Jan48 in a ground accident at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany
				87773	 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 12Feb48 taxying at Eielson AFB, AK
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 3Feb53 at Travis AFB, CA.  Lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
				87774  To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
					conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					On 12 March 1952, two B-29 aircraft, 44-87774 and 44-62223, both assigned to Randolph AF Base, Texas, 
					were involved in a mid-air collision approximately 19 miles north of Randolph AF Base.  
					Both planes crashed and all personnel were killed in this mid-air collision. B-29 No. 
					44-87774 had a crew of eight. 
				87775	 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged 19Dec51 on the ground at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 6400th Field Maintenance Unit, FEARCOM, Tachikawa AB, Japan
					Damaged 26Nov52 on the ground at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  Last reported at Birmingham, AL 
				87776	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87777	 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				87778	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87779 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Legal Eagle II’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS. To the 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Jul56 
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the 28th Bomb Wing, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
					To the South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota 1985
					Improperly marked with WWII era 6th BG markings and Korean War era United States AF on the 
					fuselage, and displayed without gun turrets.
				87780	 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				87781 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 for storage
				87782 converted to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  Crashed Mar 26, 1952 (43rd ARS, 43rd BG(M)), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  .  The plane 
					radioed the Davis-Monthan tower that it had engine failure and that it was returning to the base to land. 
					It crashed minutes later 5 mi SW of the base, killing the crew of eight.  
					Cause of crash was failure of engines #3 and #4.
				87783	 Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Assigned to 242nd Army AF Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Accident 9Oct45 landing at Grand Island AAF, NB.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
44-87784/88333		Republic P-47N-1-RE Thunderbolt
				87784 (MSN 1) [N1], 
				87785 (MSN 2) Republic Aviation Corporation, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; Accident 4Jan45 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Evansville; Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; 
					Used for take-off and landing flight tests, and zoom characteristics, Jul45; 4020th Base Unit, 
					Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 11Jul47 2 miles N of Patterson Field, OH; 
					Pilot killed
				87786 (MSN 3)	
				87787 (MSN 4) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 11Aug45 with engine failure 
					12 miles SW of Wyoming, DE; Pilot bailed out
				87788 (MSN 5)	
				87789 (MSN 6) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 20Apr48 landing at Clark Field
				87790 (MSN 7) to National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Assigned January 23, 1945; Crashed July 9, 1945
				87791 (MSN 8) Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Damaged 19Dec44 
					taxying at Farmingdale
				87792 (MSN 9) 16th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; 
					Crashed 18Dec46 10 miles NE of Yontan; Pilot killed
				87793 (MSN 10)	
				87794 (MSN 11)	
				87795 (MSN 12)	
				87796 (MSN 13)	
				87797 (MSN 14)	
				87798 (MSN 15)	
				87799 (MSN 16) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Damaged 13Nov45 by 
					bird strike 10 miles NW of Port Huron, MI; 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, 
					Chandler, AZ; Crashed 17Aug46 after a mid air collision with P-47D 45-49513 and 45-49521, 
					5 miles SW of Casa Grande, AZ; Pilot bailed out
				87800 (MSN 17)	
				87801 (MSN 18) 91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; 
					Ditched 6Jul48 with engine failure 6 miles W of Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				87802 (MSN 19) HQ Squadron, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 27Apr45 landing with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal; 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 25Sep45 with P-47N 44-88699 and crashed 
					4 miles NE of Wilmington, NC; Pilot bailed out
				87803 (MSN 20)	
				87804 (MSN 21) 1st FS, 413th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, 
					Wilmington, NC; Damaged 18Jan45 taxying at Bluethenthal		
				87805 (MSN 22)	
				87806 (MSN 23) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 29Nov45 landing at Truax Field, WI
				87807 (MSN 24)	
				87808 (MSN 25) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					86th Composite Group; 86th FG; Mid air collision 1Aug48 3 miles E of Drahan, Germany; 
					Conflict: 
					92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 23Aug48 
					by mechanical failure 21 miles NE of Halawa, TH
				87809 (MSN 26)	
				87810 (MSN 27) [69], 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crash landed 
					13Jun45 with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal
				87811 (MSN 28)	
				87812 (MSN 29)	
				87813 (MSN 30) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, 
					Mariana Islands; Crashed 8Jan48 3 miles NW of Northwest Field, Guam
				87814 (MSN 31) HQ Squadron, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 13Feb46 
					landing at Yontan AAB, Okinawa
				87815 (MSN 32) 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; 
					Destroyed by fire 4Mar47 at Yontan
				87816 (MSN 33) 21st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; 
					Accident 8Jul46 landing at Yontan AAB, Okinawa
				87817 (MSN 34) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Shot down by flak off SE coast of Kyushu, Japan August 9, 1945; Pilot bailed out and was rescued 
					by US Navy PBY.  MACR 14781 and 14832
				87818 (MSN 35) 74th FS, 413th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 6Jan45 with engine failure 4 miles NW of Whitehall, NC
				87819 (MSN 36) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Damaged 19Jun45 taxying in collision by P-47N 44-87988 landing at Plum Strip, le Shima, Okinawa.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87820 (MSN 37)	
				87821 (MSN 38) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Lost at Sea 14May45 in the Pacific; Pilot MIA
				87822 (MSN 39)	
				87823 (MSN 40)	
				87824 (MSN 41) 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach Field, CA; Accident 3Jan45 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Long Beach; 437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal 
					Field, Wilmington, NC; Crash landed 31Mar45 with engine failure 2 miles NW of Lakehurst, NJ
				87825 (MSN 42)	
				87826 (MSN 43) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 27Jun45 in collision with P-47N 
					44-87940 at Dover; Crashed 6Sep45 9 miles NW of Dover; Pilot killed	
				87827 (MSN 44)	
				87828 (MSN 45)	
				87829 (MSN 46)	
				87830 (MSN 47) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Damaged taxying 25Jun45 Okinawa; 34th FS, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; 
					Damaged 3Sep46 after engine failure on take-off at Yontan; 26th FS, 51st FG, 
					Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 17Apr47 when ground looped at Yontan
				87831 (MSN 48)	
				87832 (MSN 49) Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crash landed 20May45 after 
					engine failure 5 miles SW of Hillsboro, OH
				87833 (MSN 50)	
				87834 (MSN 51) 21st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Lost at Sea 23Aug45 in the Pacific.  MACR 14895.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				87835 (MSN 52)	
				87836 (MSN 53)	
				87837 (MSN 54) 1st FS [AS], 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; 34th 
					FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crash landed 9Apr46 at Yontan
				87838 (MSN 55) 456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Accident 29Mar45 after 
					engine failure taking off at Bluethenthal
				87839 (MSN 56) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident landing 16May45 
					at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87840 (MSN 57)	
				87841 (MSN 58) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 17Jul45 on take-off 
					at Easy Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				87842 (MSN 59) Miami Air Depot, Miami Field, FL
				87843 (MSN 60) 147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Accident 18Jul50 landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport
				87844 (MSN 61) 413th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 
					9Apr45 with P-47N 44-87984 6 miles SW of Wilmington, NC; 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal 
					Field, Wilmington, NC; Crash landed 29May45 with mechanical failure 10 miles NW of Hollyridge, NC
				87845 (MSN 62) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 14May45 when 
					ground looped at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87846 (MSN 63)	
				87847 (MSN 64)	
				87848 (MSN 65) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 28May45 in collision by P-47N 44-87860 
					while parked at Dover; 19th FS [31], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
				87849 (MSN 66) 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Crash landed 3Feb45 
					and destroyed by fire 9 miles W of El Paso, TX
				87850 (MSN 67)	
				87851 (MSN 68) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 12Jul45 landing at Ie Shima.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87852 (MSN 69) 7th AF, Hickam Field, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; Accident 24Jul45 taking off at Hickam
				87853 (MSN 70)	
				87854 (MSN 71) 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Damaged 31Jan45 when nosed over taxying at 
					Evansville Municipal Airport, IN
				87855 (MSN 72) 1st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 18Dec45 landing at 
					Kadena Field, Okinawa			
				87856 (MSN 73) 437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Accident 20Mar45 
					when ground looped landing 3 miles SW of Wilmington, NC
				87857 (MSN 74) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged taxying 5Jan45 at Farmingdale; 456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 16Apr45 with a towed target 20 miles SW of Wilmington, NC
				87858 (MSN 75) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 7Apr45 taxying at 
					Kobler Field, Saipan.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87859 (MSN 76)	
				87860 (MSN 77) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 28May45 in collision with parked 
					P-47N 44-87848 at Dover
				87861 (MSN 78) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 5Apr45 landing 
					at Kobler Field, Saipan.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				87862 (MSN 79) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 24May45 after engine 
					failure at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima; Accident 10Sep45 taking off at Birch Strip, le Shima
				87863 (MSN 80) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 1Jun45 and destroyed 
					in collision with P-47N 44-87881 taxying at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived
				87864 (MSN 81)	
				87865 (MSN 82)	
				87866 (MSN 83)	
				87867 (MSN 84) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at sea during a night 
					patrol over Kyushu, Japan May 18, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14835
				87868 (MSN 85)	
				87869 (MSN 86) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Kitten"
				87870 (MSN 87) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 16May45 landing 
					in collision with parked P-47N 44-88010 at Ie Shima.  Pilotsurvived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				87871 (MSN 88)	
				87872 (MSN 89) 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Force landed 25Aug47 with engine 
					failure at Naha AB, Okinawa
				87873 (MSN 90)	
				87874 (MSN 91) War Bond aircraft; "Republic Aviation Corporation Employees War Bond Plane 80"; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 20May45 with a towed target 
					20 miles SW of Parksley, VA; 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				87875 (MSN 92) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak 14Jun45; Pilote rescued
				87876 (MSN 93) 437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Mid air collision 4Mar45 
					with P-47D 44-32896 at Selfridge, MI; 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 18Jun45 taxying at Bluethenthal; 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; 
					Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; Mid air collision 23Dec49 10 miles W of Floyd, GA; 
					147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 10Jun51 after engine failure 8 miles S of New Castle, PA; Pilot killed
				87877 (MSN 94) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 29Jul45 when 
					stalled on take-off at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				87878 (MSN 95) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
				87879 (MSN 96) B Squadron, 611th Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; 
					Accident 8Oct46 landing at Eglin
				87880 (MSN 97)	
				87881 (MSN 98) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 1Jun45 in collision 
					with P-47N 44-87863 taxying at Plum Strip, Ie Shima; 73rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, 
					Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 14Aug45 landing at Middle Strip, Ie Shima
				87882 (MSN 99)	
				87883 (MSN 100)	
				87884 (MSN 101) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 3Jun45 landing at 
					Plum Strip, le Shima
				87885 (MSN 102)	
				87886 (MSN 103) 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Force landed 16Feb45 
					with mechanical failure at Palm Springs Field, CA
				87887 (MSN 104)	
				87888 (MSN 105)	
				87889 (MSN 106)	
				87890 (MSN 107) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 16Jul45 taxying 
					at Easy Strip, Ie Shima; Crashed 8Aug45 with engine failure 2 miles S of Himeshima, Japan; 
					Pilot bailed out & MIA.  MACR 14984
				87891	(MSN 108)	333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 29Jun45 taxying at Ie Shima.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				87892 (MSN 109) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 30May45 on take-off 
					at Ie Shima; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				87893 (MSN 110) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 12Jan45 taxying at Farmingdale
				87894 (MSN 111) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 7Aug45 landing 
					at Easy Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				87895 (MSN 112) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 19Oct45 taxying at Greater 
					Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 4204th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Atlanta AAB, GA; Accident 27Apr46 
					landing at Atlanta
				87896 (MSN 113)	
				87897 (MSN 114) 21st FS [BG], 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
				87898	 (MSN 115) 1st FS [AU], 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Shirley"
				87899 (MSN 116) 249th Base Unit, 2nd AF, La Junta Field, CO; Crashed 14Nov45 14 miles W of Lawton, OK; Pilot killed
				87900 (MSN 117)	21st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Mid air collision 24Dec45 
					with a US Navy PV-1, BuNo 34631, 20 miles SE of Kadena Field, Okinawa
				87901 (MSN 118) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in Shishiki 
					Wan, Hirado Shima, Kyushu, Japan July 8, 1945 when debris from a skip bomb set the plane on fire; 
					Pilot bailed out and POW.  MACR 14743.
				87902 (MSN 119) 19th FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 2Oct45 on take-off 
					at Middle Strip, Ie Shima
				87903 (MSN 120) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 9Oct45 with P-47D 42-28702,
					2 miles W of Kenton, DE
				87904 (MSN 121) 464th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Accident 12Feb45 when crash landed 
					after take-off at Dalhart
				87905 (MSN 122) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Ditched after engine 
					failure near shore line off Crescent Beach, South Carolina June 25, 1945.  Pilot OK
				87906 (MSN 123) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak June 27, 1945; Pilot killed.
				87907 (MSN 124) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Crashed 8May45 after take-off 
					near Kobler Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands. 
				87908 (MSN 125)	
				87909 (MSN 126) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in bad weather 
					near east coast of Okinawa May 30, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14545.
				87910 (MSN 127)	
				87911 (MSN 128) 19th FS [04], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Drink'n Sister"; 
					Accident 7Jul45 landing at Dog Strip, le Shima
				87912 (MSN 129)	
				87913 (MSN 130) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 20May45 on take-off 
					at Ie Shima; Pilot killed.
				87914 (MSN 131)	
				87915 (MSN 132)	
				87916 (MSN 133) 73rd FS [02 or 84], 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 31Oct45 
					landing at Naha Field, Okinawa
				87917 (MSN 134) 552nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; Crash landed 
					11Feb45 in bad weather 20 miles S of El Moro, NM; Pilot killed
				87918 (MSN 135) 465th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Accident 28Mar45 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Dalhart
				87919 (MSN 136) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 11Feb46 landing at Independence Field, MO
				87920 (MSN 137)	
				87921 (MSN 138) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 7Jun45 with 
					mechanical failure near Tokuno-shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out & MIA.  MACR 14713
				87922 (MSN 139)	
				87923 (MSN 140) A-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Force landed 20Mar47 10 miles NNE of El Paso, TX
				87924 (MSN 141)	
				87925 (MSN 142) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 25Jan45 landing at Farmingdale
				87926 (MSN 143)	
				87927 (MSN 144)	
				87928 (MSN 145) 333rd FS [26], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "I've Had It"; 
					463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, 
					Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Damaged 12Mar48 taxying at Clark Field; Crash landed 8Sep48 on 
					Formosa; Pilot killed
				87929 (MSN 146) 44th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Crashed 16Jan46 at Craig Field; Pilot killed
				87930 (MSN 147) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "No Name 'II'"; 
					Shot down by flak on sweep over Truk, Caroline Islands and crashed near Moen Island, Truk May 6, 1945; 
					Pilot bailed out but killed when his parachute failed to open. MACR 14392
				87931 (MSN 148) 413th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 12Mar45 when 
					ground looped landing at Selfridge
				87932 (MSN 149) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 5Oct45 with mechanical failure 
					4 miles NW of Dover
				87933 (MSN 150)		
				87934 (MSN 151) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 9Jul45 landing at 
					Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87935 (MSN 152) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 9Aug45 with P-47N 44-88852, 
					2 miles S of Harrington, DE; Pilot bailed out
				87936 (MSN 153) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 16Jul45 taxying at Dover
				87937 (MSN 154) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 22Jun45 taxying Okinawa; 
					Shot down by flak during rocket attack on a ship 20 miles E of Chusan Island in East China Sea 
					July 4, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14705.
				87938 (MSN 155) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost in bad weather over 
					Osumi Kaikyo waterway between Yaku Shima and Kyushu, Japan June 13, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14712.
				87939 (MSN 156) 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost 4Jul45, Pacific
				87940 (MSN 157) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 27Jun45 in collision with P-47N 
					44-87826 at Dover; Damaged 8Sep45 taxying at South Bend Airport, IN
				87941 (MSN 158) 34th FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 24Sep45 at 
					Birch Strip, Ie Shima
				87942 (MSN 159) 464th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Crash landed 11Mar45 with mechanical 
					failure 15 miles NW of Dalhart, TX
				87943 (MSN 160) 19th FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 8Sep45 taxying 
					at Birch Strip, Ie Shima
				87944 (MSN 161)	555th Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Damaged 21Feb45 
					in collision with parked B-24E 41-28412 while taxying at Fort Worth, TX; 
					73rd FS [20], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				87945 (MSN 162)	[PE-945], 304th Base Unit, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crashed 25Aug46 with engine 
					failure on take-off at Romulus AAB, MI
				87946 (MSN 163)	73rd FS [37], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 21Jun45 
					landing with fuel starvation at Yontan Field, Okinawa.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				87947 (MSN 164)	21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 20Jun45 and 
					destroyed by fire in the Pacific, pilot survived.
				87948 (MSN 165) HQ Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 6Jul45 
					taking off at le Shima; 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Crashed 14Jun47 
					3 miles E of Mtobu Taguchy, Okinawa; Pilot killed
				87949 (MSN 166)	
				87950 (MSN 167)	
				87951 (MSN 168)	
				87952	 (MSN 169)	
				87953 (MSN 170) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 1Jul45 by engine 
					fire in an accident on the ground at le Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
					repaired.
				87954 (MSN 171) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 27Jul45 at 
					Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87955 (MSN 172) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 29Jun45 on take-off.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				87956 (MSN 173) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in bad weather 
					near east coast of Okinawa May 30, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14551
				87957 (MSN 174)	19th FS [05], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				87958 (MSN 175)	
				87959 (MSN 176) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				87960 (MSN 177)	
				87961 (MSN 178)	
				87962 (MSN 179)	19th FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 10Sep45 
					taxying at Middle Strip, Ie Shima
				87963 (MSN 180) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Crash landed 5Apr45 with mechanical 
					failure at Dalhart
				87964 (MSN 181) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crash landed 21Jan48 
					with engine failure 5 miles W of Clark AB
				87965 (MSN 182)	
				87966 (MSN 183)	
				87967 (MSN 184) Damaged 30Mar45 in a collision while parked by L-3 43-26934 taxying at Hickam Field, TH; 
					34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Mid air collision 8Jun46 with P-47N 44-88169 and 
					crashed 25 miles SSW of Yontan AAB, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out
				87968 (MSN 185) 73rd FS [22], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Empire Express"; 
					Shot down by flak July 10, 1945 while trying to cover a downed 507th FG pilot [possibly P-47N 44-88256 
					which had been shot down by flak into the sea near Amami ?shima]; Pilot rescued
				87969 (MSN 186) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 24Jul45 landing 
					at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				87970 (MSN 187) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 21Jul45 landing at Dover
				87971 (MSN 188)	
				87972 (MSN 189) 73rd FS [26], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 333rd FS, 318th FG, 
					8th AF, Easy Strip, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 28Aug45 taxying at Easy Strip; 
					HQ Squadron, 5th AF, Taejon [K-5], Korea; Crashed 2Feb51 in bad weather 6 miles W of Taegu [K-2], Korea
				87973 (MSN 190) 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach Field, CA; Crash landed 12Feb45 in bad weather at 
					Wheeling Municipal Airport, WV
				87974	 (MSN 191) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 19Sep46 after the aircraft caught 
					fire and crashed 5 miles E of Kadena AAB, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out
				87975 (MSN 192)	
				87976 (MSN 193) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak July 10, 
					1945 while trying to cover a downed 507th FG pilot [possibly P-47N 44-88256 which had been 
					shot down by flak into the sea near Amami ?shima]; Pilot killed
				87977 (MSN 194) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Accident 4Jun49 after engine failed taking off at Hickam
				87978 (MSN 195) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed attempting 
					to take-off from Ie Shima airfield 28May45; Pilot killed. The engine of this P-47 failed and 
					the airfield was too small. Instead of the 5,800 dry feet needed to take off with 10 tons weight 
					of plane and stores, it had 3,700 feet of wet sticky rock; too short for the big P-47 and 
					the loads they were expected to lift.
				87979 (MSN 196) 34th FS [CF], 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Knocked Up"; 
					25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 12Mar47 when nosed over landing at 
					Ie Shima; 5th AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Accident 8Oct47 landing at Naha AB
				87980 (MSN 197) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Crash landed 1Feb45 one mile E of 
					Farmingdale, NY; 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Iron Sides The IV"; 
					Crashed 31Jul45 landing at Easy Strip, Ie Shima and collided with P-47N 44-88128; Pilot killed
				87981 (MSN 198) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak over 
					Kagoshima, Kyushu, Japan July 27, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 14975.
				87982 (MSN 199)	
				87983 (MSN 200)	
				87984 (MSN 201) 413th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 
					9Apr45 with P-47N 44-87844 6 miles SW of Wilmington, NC
				87985 (MSN 202)	437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crashed 8Mar45 
					with mechanical failure 2 miles SE of Memphis, MI; Pilot bailed out
				87986 (MSN 203) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 31May45 
					landing at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
					repaired.
				87987 (MSN 204)	
				87988 (MSN 205) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 19Jun45 
					at Plum Strip, Ie Shima and damaged P-47N 44-87819 taxying at Plum.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				87989 (MSN 206) 19th FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 4Jun45 landing 
					at Plum Strip, le Shima
				87990 (MSN 207) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				87991 (MSN 208)	
				87992	 (MSN 209)	
				87993 (MSN 210) FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 31May46 landing at Yontan
				87994 (MSN 211) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at Sea 21Jun45 in the 
					Pacific; Pilot rescued
				87995 (MSN 212)	
				87996 (MSN 213) 333rd FS [8], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Cheek Baby"; 
					8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 21Aug45 landing at Ie Shima
				87997 (MSN 214) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed with mechanical 
					failure in China Sea 200 miles from Ryukyu Island, Okinawa July 22, 1945; Pilot bailed out 
					and was rescued.  MACR 14788.
				87998 (MSN 215)	
				87999 (MSN 216) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 2Jul45 taxying 
					at Birch Strip, le Shima; 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Crashed 23Apr48 after engine failed taking off at Clark Field
				88000 (MSN 217)	
				88001 (MSN 218) 92nd FS [001 & N], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH
				88002 (MSN 219) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				88003 (MSN 220) FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 2Aug46 with mechanical 
					failure 10 miles SE of Yontan; Pilot bailed out
				88004 (MSN 221) 34th FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 6Aug45 landing Okinawa; 
					Damaged 6Sep45 taxying at Birch Strip, Ie Shima
				88005 (MSN 222) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Wac Menace"; Shot down 
					by flak and crashed 20 miles SE of Chusan in East China Sea July 2, 1945; Pilot bailed out and 
					rescued by Chinese junk.  MACR 14698 and 14779.
				88006 (MSN 223) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; FLM Squadron, 413th FG; Crashed 26Aug46 
					25 miles W of Naha, Okinawa; Pilot MIA.  MACR 15055.
				88007 (MSN 224) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at Sea 24Jul45; Pilot 
					rescued after several days
				88008 (MSN 225)	
				88009 (MSN 226)	
				88010 (MSN 227) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 16May45 
					while parked in collision by P-47N 44-87870 landing at Ie Shima.  Aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				88011 (MSN 228) 301st FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Accident 8Dec47 landing at Naha
				88012 (MSN 229) FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 12Apr46 with mechanical 
					failure 2 miles S of Irisuna Shima, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out
				88013 (MSN 230)	
				88014 (MSN 231) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 13Jul46 on take-off at Yontan; 
					26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 18May47 landing at Yontan
				88015 (MSN 232)	
				88016 (MSN 233)	
				88017 (MSN 234) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down and crashed 
					at Yawata, Kuyshu, Japan August 8, 1945; Pilot bailed out but MIA and presumed killed..  MACR 14985.
				88018 (MSN 235) 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands
				88019 (MSN 236) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 2Jul45
				88020 (MSN 237) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Red - E Ruth"; LAD, 5th AF, 
					Kadena, Okinawa; Damaged 20Dec46 in an accident at Kadena; 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, 
					Angeles, Philippines; Accident 10Aug48 landing at Clark Field
				88021 (MSN 238)	
				88022 (MSN 239) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Force landed 8Apr48 
					after engine failed at Northwest Field
				88023 (MSN 240) 456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crash landed 12Mar45 
					with mechanical failure at Selfridge
				88024 (MSN 241) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak 27Jun45; Pilot killed
				88025 (MSN 242) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 16Oct45 2 miles SW 
					of Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; Pilot killed
				88026 (MSN 243) 249th Base Unit, 2nd AF, La Junta Field, CO; Crashed 8Jan46 5 miles SSW of Boone, CO; Pilot killed
				88027 (MSN 244) 456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 13Apr45 
					taxying at Bluethenthal
				88028 (MSN 245) D-1 Squadron, 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 
					19Jul45 while parked in accident with P-47N 44-88774 being towed at Bluethenthal, NC
				88029 (MSN 246) 413th FG, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 21Apr45 near MCAS Ewa, O'ahu, TH; 
					Pilot killed
				88030 (MSN 247) 34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 26Jun46 when nosed over landing 
					at Mocha Strip, Ie Shima; 26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 15Apr47 landing 
					at Yontan
				88031 (MSN 248) 34th FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident landing 23Jan46 at West Strip, Okinawa; 
					1st FS; Crashed 23Apr46 12 miles NW of Yontan; Pilot MIA
				88032 (MSN 249)	
				88033 (MSN 250) 34th FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 21Nov45 on take-off 
					at Birch Strip, Ie Shima
				88034 (MSN 251)	
				88035 (MSN 252)	
				88036 (MSN 253) 34th FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 21Dec45 landing 
					at Kadena West Field, Okinawa
				88037 (MSN 254) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Force landed 
					4Nov45 after the engine failed at Smyrna Field, TN
				88038 (MSN 255) 34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 22Jul46 after the engine failed 
					5 miles from Kadena AAB, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out
				88039 (MSN 256)	
				88040 (MSN 257) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at Sea 9Jun45 in the Pacific; 
					Pilot rescued
				88041 (MSN 258)	
				88042 (MSN 259) 1st FS [AC], 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 27Jun46 after engine failure 
					5 miles SE of Naha AB, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out
				88043 (MSN 260) 333rd FS [21], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					"2 Big and Too Heavy" / "Short Snorter"
				88044 (MSN 261)	
				88045 (MSN 262)	
				88046 (MSN 263) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in bad weather 
					off southern tip of Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean May 21, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14848.
				88047 (MSN 264)	
				88048 (MSN 265)	
				88049 (MSN 266)	
				88050 (MSN 267)	318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak 30Jun45 off 
					the Chinese coast; Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				88051 (MSN 268) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in bad weather 
					near the east coast of Okinawa May 30, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14552.
				88052 (MSN 269) 333rd FS [16], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				88053 (MSN 270) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 10Aug45 on 
					take-off and destroyed by fire
				88054 (MSN 271) 34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Mozella"
				88055 (MSN 272) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 21Jun45 after 
					the engine failed on take-off at Ie Shima; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				88056 (MSN 273)	
				88057 (MSN 274)	
				88058 (MSN 275) 465th FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 1Oct45 after 
					the engine failed 10 miles E of Aguni Shima; Pilot bailed out and was rescued by US Navy PT boat.
					MACR 15953.
				88059 (MSN 276) 4th Emergency Rescue Squadron, 20th AF, Kobler Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 29Apr45 while parked in collision by B-17G 43-29262 taxying at Kobler Field; 
					333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by Japanese fighter 
					over Kyushu, Japan July 8, 1945; Pilot MIA
				88060 (MSN 277) 4144th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Muroc Field, CA; Crash landed 26Apr46 
					after engine failure at Muroc
				88061 (MSN 278) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Stalled and crashed 
					at sea while circling a downed pilot off the NE tip of Shimokoshiki, Japan June 21, 1945; Pilot MIA
				88062 (MSN 279) 20th AF; Crashed 3Aug46 with mechanical failure near Machinato Field, Okinawa
				88063 (MSN 280)	
				88064 (MSN 281)	
				88065 (MSN 282)	
				88066 (MSN 283) 34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 11Jun46 outof fuel 15 miles SW 
					of Yontan; Pilot bailed out
				88067 (MSN 284)	
				88068 (MSN 285) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 23Jun45 on 
					take-off at le Shima.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				88069 (MSN 286)	
				88070 (MSN 287) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Accident 4Aug48 
					with mechanical failure landing at Northwest Field; Accident 20Sep48 with mechanical failure 
					landing at Northwest Field; 
				88071 (MSN 288)	
				88072 (MSN 289)	
				88073 (MSN 290)	
				88074 (MSN 291) 19th FS [19], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Bitter"; 
					Accident 27May45 when stalled landing at Plum Strip, le Shima.  Pilot OK
				88075 (MSN 292)	
				88076 (MSN 293) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Destroyed on the ground when a 
					507th FG aircraft crashed into it July 1, 1945.
				88077 (MSN 294)	
				88078 (MSN 295)	
				88079 (MSN 296)	
				88080 (MSN 297) 465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 10Jul45 
					taxying at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
					repaired.
				88081 (MSN 298) 91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 1Oct47 with mechanical 
					failure near Wahiama, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed; 
					Conflict: 
					106th FS, 117th FG, Alabama Air National Guard, Birmingham Municipal Airport, AL; Crash landed 
					22Sep48 at Lockbourne, OH
				88082 (MSN 299) 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 3Apr47 landing at Itami AAB, Japan
				88083 (MSN 300) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at sea when the engine 
					failed with an oil leak July 10, 1945; Pilot rescued
				88084 (MSN 301)	
				88085 (MSN 302)	
				88086 (MSN 303) 34th FS [CI], 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Lucky Lorna"; 
					Crashed with fuel starvation into the East China Sea June 23, 1945; Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
					MACR 14751
				88087 (MSN 304) 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Force landed 16Feb45 with mechanical failure 
					12 miles SE of Port Columbus, OH
				88088 (MSN 305) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Ditched 23Apr45 in the Pacific during 
					the ferry flight to le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Pilot killed
				88089 (MSN 306) HQ Squadron, 508th FG, 7th AF, Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 19Oct45 taxying at 
					NAS Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88090 (MSN 307) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 8Aug45 after the 
					engine failed 50 miles NW of Suwanose Shima; Pilot MIA 
				88091 (MSN 308)	
				88092 (MSN 309)	
				88093 (MSN 310)	
				88094 (MSN 311)	
				88095 (MSN 312) 1st FS [AH], 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 27Jun45 in 
					an accident on the ground at le Shima
				88096 (MSN 313)	
				88097 (MSN 314) 21st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at sea 10Jan46 
					during a training flight 10 miles W of Okinawa; Pilot killed.  MACR 15036.
				88098 (MSN 315) 26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 6Jan47 landing at Yontan; 
					Naha AB, Okinawa; Damaged 2Aug47 in collision with P-47N 44-88271 at Itazuke AAB, Fukuoka, Kyushu, Japan
				88099 (MSN 316) 2538th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Damaged 9Mar45 when ground looped landing at Winslow Municipal Airport, AZ; 
					92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 20Oct48 15 miles SW of Nakeka, TH; Pilot killed
				88100 (MSN 317) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 19Feb45 landing at Farmingdale; Accident 11May45 when ground looped after engine failure
				88101 (MSN 318) FLM Squadron, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 14Nov46 when nosed over 
					landing at Yontan
				88102 (MSN 319) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak while trying 
					to cover a downed 507th FG pilot; Pilot rescued
				88103 (MSN 320) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 12Aug45 taxying 
					at Dog Strip, le Shima. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88104 (MSN 321) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Sherman Was Right"; 
					Shot down by flak July 17, 1945; Pilot rescued
				88105 (MSN 322)	
				88106 (MSN 323) 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach Field, CA; Accident 9Mar45 when crash landed after 
					taking off from Long Beach; 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Damaged 8Feb49 by mechanical 
					failure at Naha AB
				88107 (MSN 324)	
				88108 (MSN 325) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Sweet Betsy Ann"; 
					Damaged by flak over Ibusuki, Kyushu, Japan July 28, 1945 and crashed into the sea; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14800
				88109 (MSN 326) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crash landed 7Jun48 with 
					mechanical failure at Clark Field
				88110 (MSN 327)	
				88111 (MSN 328)	
				88112 (MSN 329)	
				88113 (MSN 330) 464th FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 8Sep45 taxying 
					at West Strip, Ie Shima
				88114 (MSN 331)	
				88115 (MSN 332) 464th FS [143], 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 15Aug45 
					landing at Birch Strip, Ie Shima
				88116 (MSN 333)	
				88117 (MSN 334)	
				88118 (MSN 335) 465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Ginger, the Blue Grass Belle"; 
					Shot down by Ki-44 west of Seoul, Korea and crashed into Yellow Sea August 14, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 14871.
				88119 (MSN 336) Engine & Test Branch, [19], Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; 
					Crash landed 13Sep45 after engine failure one mile NW of Wright Field
				88120 (MSN 337) 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Crashed 2May45 with mechanical 
					failure 11 miles ENE of Amarillo, TX; Pilot bailed out
				88121 (MSN 338) 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Crashed 3May47 after engine failure 
					10 miles SE of Naha; Pilot bailed out
				88122 (MSN 339)	
				88123 (MSN 340)	
				88124 (MSN 341)	
				88125 (MSN 342)	
				88126 (MSN 343) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 1Jul45 landing at Ie Shima.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				88127 (MSN 344)	
				88128 (MSN 345) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 31Jul45 
					landing at Easy Strip, Ie Shima and collided with P-47N 44-87980.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired
				88129 (MSN 346)	
				88130 (MSN 347)	
				88131 (MSN 348) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Struck a bulldozer on 
					take-off when the engine failed at Plum Strip, le Shima June 21, 1945; Pilot killed
				88132 (MSN 349) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 18Jun45 landing at 
					le Shima; 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 25Mar47 by mechanical failure at Yontan
				88133 (MSN 350) 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Damaged 27Apr45 taxying at Adams Field, AR
				88134 (MSN 351) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Lost at Sea 14Jul45 30 
					miles E of Miyazaki, Japan; Pilot MIA
				88135 (MSN 352)	
				88136 (MSN 353) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 3Jun45 when the 
					landing gear collapsed landing at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired
				88137 (MSN 354) 73rd FS [23], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Sexy Suzy"; 
					Damaged 24May45 taxying at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima; Accident 7Jun45 landing at Cossack Strip, Ie Shima.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				88138 (MSN 355)	
				88139 (MSN 356)	
				88140 (MSN 357)	
				88141 (MSN 358) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 6Jul45 taking 
					off at le Shima
				88142 (MSN 359) 465th FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 29Aug45 
					at Mocha Strip, Ie Shima
				88143 (MSN 360)	
				88144 (MSN 361) 19th FS [07], 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
				88145 (MSN 362)	465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 4Jul45 
					at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				88146 (MSN 363) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 31Jul45 
					landing at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				88147 (MSN 364)	
				88148 (MSN 365)	
				88149 (MSN 366)	
				88150 (MSN 367)	
				88151 (MSN 368)	
				88152 (MSN 369) 19th FS, 318th FG, Far East AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 7Jul45 
					taxying at Dog Strip, le Shima
				88153 (MSN 370)	
				88154 (MSN 371)	
				88155 (MSN 372)	
				88156 (MSN 373)	
				88157 (MSN 374) 19th FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 11Sep45 landing at 
					West Strip, Ie Shima
				88158 (MSN 375) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 31Jul45 landing 
					at Plum Strip, Ie Shima; 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Crashed 8Aug45 after engine failed near Ariake-wan, Kyushu, Japan; Pilot bailed out
				88159 (MSN 376)	
				88160 (MSN 377) 318th FG, 7th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Destroyed when a 507th FG aircraft 
					crashed into it at le Shima, July 1, 1945.
				88161 (MSN 378)	
				88162 (MSN 379)	
				88163 (MSN 380) 34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 25Jun45 at Ie Shima.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				88164 (MSN 381)	
				88165 (MSN 382)	
				88166 (MSN 383) 1st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 13Aug45 landing in China; 
					128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; Crashed 22Jan48 6 miles 
					S of Marietta, GA
				88167 (MSN 384) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 13Jul46 on take-off at Yontan
				88168 (MSN 385) 465th FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Mid air collision 29Aug45 
					15 miles SSE of Ie Shima; FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 2Apr46 taxying at Yontan
				88169 (MSN 386) 34th FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 25Oct45 taxying at 
					Middle Strip, Ie Shima; 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Mid air collision 8Jun46 with P-47N 44-87967 
					and crashed 25 miles SSW of Yontan AAB, Okinawa; Pilot bailed out
				88170 (MSN 387)	
				88171 (MSN 388) 1st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 21Sep45 on take-off 
					at Birch Strip, Ie Shima; 132nd FS, 101st FG, Maine Air National Guard, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Damaged 31Jul48 landing at Logan Municipal Airport, Boston, MA
				88172 (MSN 389)	
				88173 (MSN 390) 465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 2Jul45 on 
					take-off at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				88174 (MSN 391)	
				88175 (MSN 392) 556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Crash landed 25Feb45 at Pittsburgh Municipal Airport, PA
				88176 (MSN 393) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
				88177 (MSN 394)	465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Force landed 11Jun45 and damaged by 
					fire 3 miles from Honolulu, O’ahu, TH during ferry flight to Okinawa; 91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, 
					Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH
				88178 (MSN 395)	
				88179 (MSN 396) 1st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak over 
					Matsuyama airfield, Shikoku, Japan August 9, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14830
				88180 (MSN 397)	
				88181 (MSN 398)	199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Accident 1Apr49 with mechanical failure landing at Hickam
				88182 (MSN 399)	21st FS, 413rd FG, 20th AF in takeoff accident at le Shime airfield, le Shima Island, Ryukyu Islands
					Jun 23, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88183 (MSN 400)	
				88184 (MSN 401)	
				88185 (MSN 402)	
				88186 (MSN 403)	
				88187 (MSN 404) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Damaged 30Apr48 taxying at Hickam; Crash landed 10May51 after engine failure at Hickam AFB, TH
				88188 (MSN 405)	
				88189 (MSN 406) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in bad weather 
					30 miles from Suwanose Shima, Japan July 9, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14744.
				88190 (MSN 407) 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Crash landed 19Mar45 
					after engine failure 3 miles S of Elk Grove, CA
				88191 (MSN 408) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 27Jul45 after 
					engine failure in East China Sea; Pilot bailed out
				88192 (MSN 409) 21st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 23Jun45 after 
					engine failure on take-off
				88193 (MSN 410)	
				88194 (MSN 411) 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Crashed 24Mar45 with 
					mechanical failure after take-off 4 miles ENE of El Paso, TX; Pilot killed
				88195 (MSN 412) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				88196 (MSN 413) 465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Crashed at Kumamoto, Kyushu, Japan August 10, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14831
				88197 (MSN 414)	
				88198 (MSN 415)	
				88199 (MSN 416)	
				88200 (MSN 417)	
				88201 (MSN 418)	
				88202 (MSN 419) 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Accident 3Mar45 after the 
					engine failed taking off and crashed one mile E of Farmingdale, NY; Pilot killed
				88203 (MSN 420)	
				88204 (MSN 421)	
				88205 (MSN 422)	
				88206 (MSN 423)	
				88207 (MSN 424)	
				88208 (MSN 425)	
				88209 (MSN 426)	
				88210 (MSN 427) 367th Air Service Group, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crashed 20May48 near 
					Agana, Guam; Pilot killed
				88211 (MSN 428) 464th FS [146], 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					"Lil Meaties Meat Chopper", Artwork - cigar-puffing baby in diapers toting a smoking tommy gun; 
					Accident 1Oct45 landing at West Strip, Ie Shima
				88212 (MSN 429)	
				88213 (MSN 430)	
				88214 (MSN 431)	
				88215 (MSN 432) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 15Jul45 after 
					the engine failed 5 miles SW of Tokunoshima, Japan; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14761.
				88216 (MSN 433)	
				88217 (MSN 434) 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Crashed 25Jul47 at Naha; Pilot killed
				88218 (MSN 435) 199th FS [218], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Force landed 19Jun50 with mechanical failure at MCAS Ewa, O'ahu, TH
				88219 (MSN 436) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 1Jul45 landing 
					at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  (21st FS, 413rd FG, 20th AF) in takeoff accident at 
					le Shime airfield, le Shima Island, Ryukyu Islands Jun 23, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft 
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88220 (MSN 437)	
				88221 (MSN 438) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Accident 20Dec48 
					landing at Northwest AB
				88222 (MSN 439)	
				88223 (MSN 440) 464th FS [155], 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Dotty"
				88224 (MSN 441) 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Damaged 8Mar45 taxying at 
					Patterson Field, OH
				88225 (MSN 442)	
				88226	 (MSN 443) 9th FS, 49th FG, Misawa AAB, Honshu, Japan; Accident 12Jul48 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Yokota AAB, Japan
				88227 (MSN 444) FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 26Jul46 when nosed over 
					taxying at Yontan
				88228 (MSN 445)	
				88229 (MSN 446) 34th FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 28Jun46 when nosed over landing at 
					Yontan; FLM Squadron, 413th FG; Crashed 27Sep46 20 miles NE of Yontan; Pilot killed
				88230 (MSN 447)	
				88231 (MSN 448) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 9Aug45 after 
					the engine failed 7 miles N of Ie Shima; Pilot bailed out
				88232	 (MSN 449) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged by Ki-43 
					near Seoul, Korea and crashed in Yellow Sea August 13, 1945; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 14840
				88233 (MSN 450)	
				88234 (MSN 451) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed in Pacific Ocean 
					October 29, 1945; Pilot bailed out and was rescued the next day.  MACR 15012
				88235 (MSN 452) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa
				88236 (MSN 453)	
				88237 (MSN 454)	
				88238 (MSN 455)	
				88239 (MSN 456) 78th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 22Jun48 by 
					mechanical failure over Apra Harbor, Guam
				88240 (MSN 457)	
				88241 (MSN 458) 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Crashed 8Apr45 with mechanical failure 3 miles 
					S of Walls, MS; Pilot bailed out
				88242 (MSN 459) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Mid air collision 
					2Mar48 with a towed target 30 miles E of Northwest Field
				88243 (MSN 460)	
				88244 (MSN 461) 91st81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Accident 1Mar49 landing at Wheeler
				88245 (MSN 462)	
				88246 (MSN 463)	
				88247 (MSN 464) 26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 23Apr47 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Itami AAB, Japan
				88248 (MSN 465)	
				88249 (MSN 466)	
				88250 (MSN 467) 465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 1Jul45 
					on take-off at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyedl
				88251 (MSN 468)	
				88252 (MSN 469) 464th FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 27Aug45 
					landing at Mocha Strip, Ie Shima
				88253 (MSN 470) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 30Jul45 
					landing at Plum Strip, Ie Shima; 465th FS; Damaged 9Aug45 taxying at Birch Strip, Ie Shima; 
					FLM Squadron, 51st FG, Far East AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crash landed 19Nov46 at Bolo Field, Okinawa
				88254 (MSN 471)	
				88255 (MSN 472) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Accident 1Jul45 landing 
					at Plum Strip, Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				88256 (MSN 473) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak 
					while strafing Shoden on east coast of Amami Oshima and crashed in strait between Kaitsu and Zaki, 
					southern Amami Oshima July 10, 1945; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 14749.
				88257 (MSN 474)	
				88258 (MSN 475)	
				88259 (MSN 476)	
				88260 (MSN 477) 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT.  Accident 18Apr45 after the engine 
					failed taking off at Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY
				88261 (MSN 478) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Accident 9Mar45 landing at 
					Greenwood Field, MS
				88262 (MSN 479)	
				88263 (MSN 480)	
				88264 (MSN 481)	
				88265 (MSN 482) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, Dalhart Field, TX; Accident 7Jun45 landing during 
					ferry flight to Okinawa; 199th FS [265], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, 
					Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 199th Fighter-Bomber Squadron [265]; Mid air collision 6Aug52 with 
					F-47N 44-88270, 4 miles from NAS Barbers Point, O’ahu, TH
				88266 (MSN 483)	
				88267 (MSN 484)	
				88268 (MSN 485) 464th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Shot down by flak 
					while strafing boats in the harbor at Kushikino, Kyushu, Japan and crashed into water 500 
					yards off Kushikino July 30, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 14806.
				88269 (MSN 486)	
				88270 (MSN 487) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					199th Fighter-Bomber Squadron; Mid air collision 6Aug52 with F-47N 44-88265, 4 miles from NAS 
					Barbers Point, O’ahu, TH
				88271 (MSN 488) FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 19May46 when nosed over 
					taxying at Kadena AAB, Okinawa; 34th FS; Damaged 28Jun46 when nosed over taxying at Yontan; 
					26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Damaged 2Aug47 in collision with P-47N 
					44-88098 at Itazuke AAB, Fukuoka, Kyushu, Japan
				88272 (MSN 489) 75th FS [LB], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 13Mar47 landing at NAS Agana, Guam; Accident 16Apr47 landing at Northwest Field; 
					Damaged 17Aug48 in collision on the ground with F-47N 44-88354 at Northwest Field
				88273 (MSN 490)	
				88274 (MSN 491) 93rd FS [274], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 8Nov48 
					with F-47N 44-88786, 25 miles SW of Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; Damaged 8Dec48 in collision on the 
					ground with F-47N 44-88279 at Wheeler AFB
				88275 (MSN 492)	
				88276 (MSN 493)	
				88277 (MSN 494) Base Operations Squadron, Pacific Air Service Command, Naha AB, Okinawa; 
					Accident 23Mar46 landing in bad weather at Naha AB; 26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, 
					Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 13May47 on a target-towing mission 10 miles SW of Yontan; Pilot killed.
					MACR 16206.
				88278 (MSN 495) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Force landed 
					17Sep48 with mechanical failure at Northwest Field
				88279 (MSN 496) 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 8Dec48 in collision 
					on the ground with F-47N 44-88274 at Wheeler AFB
				88280 (MSN 497)	
				88281 (MSN 498)	
				88282 (MSN 499)	
				88283 (MSN 500) 91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 26Jul48 with 
					a towed target 8 miles N of Nanakuli, TH; Damaged 1Sep48 by mechanical failure 4 miles 
					NE of Wahiawa, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88284 (MSN 501) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 27Aug45 at Yontan
				88285 (MSN 502)	
				88286 (MSN 503) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 8Sep45 taxying 
					at Middle Strip, Ie Shima
				88287 (MSN 504)	
				88288 (MSN 505)	
				88289 (MSN 506) 82nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Crash landed 15Feb49 after 
					engine failure 15 miles SW of Makena, Maui, TH
				88290 (MSN 507)	
				88291 (MSN 508) 464th FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 28Aug45 
					after engine failure near Okinoerabu Shima; Pilot bailed out
				88292 (MSN 509) 465th FS, 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed into the 
					sea 4Jul45 after the engine failed off Takeshima, Japan; Pilot bailed out but was killed 
					when his parachute failed to open.  MACR 14945.
				88293 (MSN 510)	
				88294 (MSN 511) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 15Nov45 on 
					take-off at Middle Strip, Ie Shima
				88295 (MSN 512) 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi 
					Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; Accident 5Oct48 when ground looped landing at Key Field
				88296 (MSN 513)	
				88297 (MSN 514) 91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 4Mar49 10 miles W of 
					Kahuku, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed
				88298 (MSN 515)	
				88299 (MSN 516) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Damaged 9Aug45 
					taxying at Easy Strip, le Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88300 (MSN 517) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 9Aug45 after 
					engine failure 12 miles S of Matsuyama Airfield, Shikoku, Japan; Pilot bailed out, fate unknown.
				88301 (MSN 518)	
				88302 (MSN 519) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Damaged 15Mar45 taxying at 
					Pittsburgh Municipal Airport, PA
				88303 (MSN 520)	
				88304 (MSN 521) 46th FS, 21st FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crashed 8Aug46 
					and destroyed by fire at Northwest Field
				88305 (MSN 522) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 16Dec47 
					by engine failure at Northwest Field
				88306 (MSN 523)	
				88307 (MSN 524)	
				88308 (MSN 525) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 23Oct46 
					on take-off at Northwest Field
				88309 (MSN 526) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crash landed 
					6Jan47 at Northwest Field; Pilot killed
				88310 (MSN 527)	
				88311 (MSN 528)	
				88312 (MSN 529)	[1]
				88313 (MSN 530) 463rd FS [107], 507th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					"The Shell Pusher" - artwork of an artillery shell facing forward [named in memory of the 
					pilot's brother, an artillery officer, who was killed in the crash of a spotter plane] 
				88314 (MSN 531)	
				88315 (MSN 532)	
				88316 (MSN 533) 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; Accident 5Aug47 when nosed over 
					landing at Naha
				88317 (MSN 534)	
				88318 (MSN 535)	
				88319 (MSN 536) 463rd FS, 507th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crashed 5 miles SW 
					of Point Tere, le Shima while on a training mission September 5, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 15016
				88320 (MSN 537) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Accident 24Aug45 landing at Birch Strip, Ie Shima; 25th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; 
					Accident 17Jul47 when nosed over landing at Naha
				88321 (MSN 538)	
				88322 (MSN 539)	
				88323 (MSN 540)	
				88324 (MSN 541) 75th FS [LC], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands
				88325 (MSN 542)	
				88326 (MSN 543)	
				88327 (MSN 544)	
				88328 (MSN 545) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 13Mar45 taxying at Farmingdale; 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Damaged 13Aug45 taxying at Ie Shima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88329 (MSN 546)	
				88330 (MSN 547) 333rd FS, 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Crash landed 
					16Oct45 after engine failure near Kume Shima
				88331 (MSN 548)	
				88332 (MSN 549) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Accident 17Feb47 after 
					engine failure landing at Wheeler Field
				88333 (MSN 550)	
44-88334/88883		Republic P-47N-5-RE Thunderbolt
				88334	(MSN 551)	
				88335 (MSN 552) Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH 
				88336 (MSN 553)	
				88337 (MSN 554)	
				88338 (MSN 555)	
				88339 (MSN 556) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 28Oct49 taxying at Bradley; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4709th Defense Wing, 
					Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Accident 26Sep52 when the aircraft caught fire taking 
					off at Suffolk County
				88340 (MSN 557)	
				88341 (MSN 558) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					Accident 19Sep51 landing in a bad weather at Isla Grande
				88342 (MSN 559)	A-3 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar47 with P-47N 44-89113, 10 miles SW of Chandler, AZ
				88343 (MSN 560)	
				88344 (MSN 561)	
				88345 (MSN 562)	
				88346 (MSN 563) 32nd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Crash landed 23Sep46 with engine failure 4 miles SSW of Chame, Panama
				88347 (MSN 564)	
				88348 (MSN 565)	
				88349 (MSN 566)	
				88350 (MSN 567)	
				88351 (MSN 568) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Accident 27Apr51 taking off at Greater Pittsburgh Airport
				88352 (MSN 569)	
				88353 (MSN 570) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA
				88354 (MSN 571) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 17Aug48 in collision on the ground with F-47N 44-88272 at Northwest Field
				88355 (MSN 572)	
				88356 (MSN 573) 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Damaged 24Jan46 when ground looped at Biggs Field, TX
				88357 (MSN 574) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crashed 20Feb48 
					5 miles SE of Malalang, Philippines
				88358 (MSN 575) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crash landed 28Mar45 at Farmingdale; 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 
					Accident 1Aug46 when nosed over landing at Scott Field, IL; 99th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 
					Accident 2Sep48 landing at Lockbourne; Crash landed 9Feb49 with mechanical failure at Lockbourne; 
					147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Damaged 21Apr51 taxying at Dover AFB, DE
				88359 (MSN 576)	
				88360 (MSN 577)	
				88361 (MSN 578) 46th FS, 21st FG, Far East AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 10Sep46 with mechanical failure landing at Northwest Field; 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, 
					Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Accident 29Oct46 when nosed over landing at Northwest Field
				88362 (MSN 579) 1st FS, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Crashed 27Jun46 at Yontan; Pilot killed
				88363 (MSN 580)	
				88364 (MSN 581) 556th Air Service Group, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Accident 4Mar48 after engine 
					failure taking off at Wheeler
				88365 (MSN 582) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 7Dec47 
					by mechanical failure 5 miles  NW of Northwest Field
				88366 (MSN 583) A-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Crash landed 6Mar47 after engine failure 4 miles S of Williams Field
				88367 (MSN 584) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Crashed 2Sep48 near Moanalua Valley, O'ahu, TH; Pilot bailed out
				88368 (MSN 585)	
				88369 (MSN 586) 199th FS [369], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88370 (MSN 587) 21st FS, 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 19th FS, 318th FG, 
					8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; Destroyed 20Aug45 on take-off at Birch Strip, Ie Shima; 
					Pilot killed. Joseph F.B. 'Baldy' Parker was a Republic Aviation test pilot who visited 
					le Shima to show the 318th FG how to operate their heavily loaded aircraft from the short 
					coral strip. With the weight of two 300 gallon drop tanks and a full combat load, the P-47 
					failed to gain enough speed to lift off before dropping off the end of the runway and destroyed by fire.
				88371 (MSN 588) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crash landed 6Jan49 
					at Northwest Field; Pilot killed
				88372 (MSN 589)	
				88373 (MSN 590) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; Damaged 4Aug45 
					taxying at Central Field, Iwo Jima; 13th AF, Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines.  
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88374 (MSN 591) 93rd FS [374], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 5Feb48 
					with a towed target 45 miles N of Wheeler
				88375 (MSN 592)	
				88376 (MSN 593) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Damaged 19Jun46 in collision with parked P-47N 44-88386, 
					44-88623 and 44-88707 while taxying at Floridablanca Field, Philippines
				88377 (MSN 594) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 24Nov47 taxying at Wheeler Field
				88378 (MSN 595)	
				88379 (MSN 596) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; Lost at Sea 
					13Aug45 5 miles S of Central Field, Iwo Jima.  Pilot killed.
				88380 (MSN 597)	
				88381 (MSN 598)	
				88382 (MSN 599)	
				88383 (MSN 600)	5th Ferrying Group;  Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Accident 1Jun45 landing with mechanical failure 5 miles NNE of El Paso Municipal Airport, TX
				88384 (MSN 601) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Missing 31Jan48 
					in bad weather between Northwest Field and Harmon Field, Guam; Pilot MIS
				88385 (MSN 602)	
				88386 (MSN 603) 552nd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 30Apr45 with engine failure landing at Washington National Airport, DC; 
					437th FS [731], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Damaged 19Jun46 while parked in collision by 
					P-47N 44-88376 taxying at Floridablanca Field, Philippines
				88387 (MSN 604)	
				88388 (MSN 605)	
				88389 (MSN 606) 456th FS [762], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands
				88390 (MSN 607) 456th FS [700], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Huey" / "Dit Donc"
				88391 (MSN 608) 456th FS [774], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Gerry"
				88392 (MSN 609)	
				88393 (MSN 610) 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Accident 20Jun46 landing at Floridablanca Field
				88394 (MSN 611) 413th FS [670], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, 
					Philippines; Force landed 8Apr48 after engine failure 15 miles W of Clark Field
				88395 (MSN 612) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH.
					Crashed landed 2Aug49 at Hickam AFB, TH; Pilot killed
				88396 (MSN 613)	
				88397 (MSN 614)	
				88398 (MSN 615)	
				88399 (MSN 616)	
				88400 (MSN 617)	
				88401 (MSN 618)	
				88402 (MSN 619) C-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Accident 4Apr46 landing at Williams Field; Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Accident 17Sep48 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Wheeler Field
				88403 (MSN 620) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Crashed 19Aug48 after engine failure 13 miles SW of Falmouth, MA; Pilot bailed out
				88404 (MSN 621) A-3 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Mid air collision 17Apr47 with B-29A 44-62234, 3 miles S of Chandler, AZ; Pilot killed
				88405 (MSN 622) A Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Accident 4Aug46 landing at Williams Field; A-1 Squadron; Accident 13Jan47 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Williams Field; Damaged 22Jan47 on take-off at Williams Field
				88406 (MSN 623) Flight Test Section, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Used for 
					performance flight tests 1Jan46 to 1Aug46; A-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, 
					Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; Crashed 19Feb47 8 miles ESE of Gage, NM; Pilot killed
				88407 (MSN 624)	414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, Floridablanca Field, 
					Pampanga, Philippines; 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Crashed 27Aug48 one mile NNW of Porac, Luzon, Philippines; Pilot killed
				88408 (MSN 625)	
				88409 (MSN 626)	C-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Crash landed 25Jun46 4 miles SW of Chandler, AZ
				88410 (MSN 627) 22nd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Accident 19Dec46 near Howard Field; Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill Field, Ogden, UT; 
					198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					Accident 9Aug48 landing at Ramey AFB, PR; Damaged 19May50 while parked in collision by 
					F-47N 45-50019 taxying at Isla Grande; 198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Reclaimed 9Dec53
				88411 (MSN 628)	
				88412 (MSN 629)	
				88413 (MSN 630)	
				88414 (MSN 631)	
				88415 (MSN 632) C-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Damaged 29May46 on take-off at Williams Field
				88416 (MSN 633)	
				88417 (MSN 634)	A Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Accident 9Oct46 landing at Williams Field
				88418 (MSN 635)	
				88419 (MSN 636)	
				88420 (MSN 637)	
				88421 (MSN 638)	
				88422 (MSN 639)	
				88423 (MSN 640)	43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone
				88424 (MSN 641)	
				88425 (MSN 642) 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines
				88426 (MSN 643)	
				88427 (MSN 644) FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; 
					Damaged 11Jul46 on take-off at Yontan
				88428 (MSN 645) 310th Base Unit, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 17Mar48 taxying at Wheeler Field
				88429 (MSN 646)	
				88430 (MSN 647)	
				88431 (MSN 648) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Accident 19Jan48 
					landing at Clark Field
				88432	(MSN 649)	456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Accident 1Aug45 landing at Iwo Jima.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88433 (MSN 650)	
				88434 (MSN 651)	
				88435 (MSN 652) Far East AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Accident 8Apr48 taking off at Harmon Field
				88436 (MSN 653)	
				88437 (MSN 654)	
				88438 (MSN 655) 110th Base Unit, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 
					10Feb46 after engine failed 10 miles SE of Fort Monmouth, NJ
				88439 (MSN 656) 104th FS [PE-439], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				88440 (MSN 657)	
				88441 (MSN 658) HQ Squadron, 8th AF; Force landed 4Feb46 in bad weather near Swatow, China
				88442 (MSN 659)	
				88443 (MSN 660)	
				88444 (MSN 661) 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, THAccident 17Jun48 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Wheeler
				88445 (MSN 662)	
				88446 (MSN 663) 199th FS [446], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					199th Fighter-Bomber Squadron; 199th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Accident 17Dec52 landing at 
					Honolulu Airport, TH; Damaged 22Mar53 in an accident on the ground at Hickam
				88447 (MSN 664) [447], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH
				88448 (MSN 665)	
				88449 (MSN 666)	
				88450 (MSN 667)	67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Accident 27Jul48 
					landing at Clark Field
				88451 (MSN 668)	
				88452 (MSN 669) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 29Mar45 when ground looped with mechanical failure at Farmingdale
				88453 (MSN 670)	
				88454 (MSN 671) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crashed 26Jul48 
					2 miles SW of Yisu, Guam; Pilot bailed out
				88455 (MSN 672)	
				88456 (MSN 673) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 20Oct48 
					by mechanical failure at Northwest Field
				88457 (MSN 674)	
				88458 (MSN 675)	
				88459 (MSN 676) 469th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 516th Air Defense Group, McGhee Tyson AFB, Knoxville, TN; 
					Damaged 27Dec52 in collision with F-47N 44-89391 taxying at McGhee Tyson AFB; 
					Damaged 28Mar53 when landed long at McGhee Tyson AFB
				88460 (MSN 677)	
				88461 (MSN 678)	
				88462 (MSN 679)	
				88463 (MSN 680) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Accident 16Dec47 
					landing at Northwest Field; Damaged 4Mar48 taxying at Northwest Field; Mid air collision 5Nov48 
					with a towed target 35 miles NE of Guam
				88464 (MSN 681) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 16Aug48 with a 
					towed target 15 miles NW of Haleiwa, O'ahu, TH
				88465 (MSN 682)	
				88466 (MSN 683) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Mid air colision 
					26Apr48 with P-47N 44-88844 2 miles E of Ritidian Point, Guam; Pilot bailed out
				88467 (MSN 684)	
				88468 (MSN 685) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 3Dec47 on fire into the 
					Pacific 70 miles S of Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; Pilot bailed out
				88469 (MSN 686) C-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Crashed 12Mar46 near Williams Field; Pilot killed
				88470 (MSN 687) 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Accident 21Dec45 with mechanical failure taking off at Memphis MAP
				88471 (MSN 688)	
				88472 (MSN 689) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Mid air collision 
					15Jun48 with P-47N 44-88571 and crashed one mile W of Palusapis, Santo Rosario, Philippines; 
					Pilot bailed out
					Conflict:
					(Headquarters, 20th AF) crashed 9 mi NE of Harmon Field, Guam after aicraft went into a dive
					during training flight Jan 12, 1946.  MACR 15436.  Pilot killed.
				88473 (MSN 690)	
				88474	 (MSN 691) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crash landed 1Jun48 
					after engine failure 3 mles SE of Jones, Isabela, Philippines
				88475 (MSN 692)	
				88476	 (MSN 693)	
				88477 (MSN 694)	413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Damaged 24Sep45 taxying at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88478 (MSN 695)	
				88479 (MSN 696) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Accident 8Jan48 
					landing at Clark Field
				88480 (MSN 697)	
				88481 (MSN 698) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crashed 8Sep48 
					landing on Formosa; Pilot killed
				88482 (MSN 699)	
				88483 (MSN 700)	
				88484 (MSN 701)	
				88485 (MSN 702) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crashed 2Aug45 into the sea SE of Iwo Jima; Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				88486 (MSN 703) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crashed 19Oct48 landing at Norhwest Field; Pilot killed
				88487 (MSN 704) 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Shot down by flak 
					and crashed E of Moen Island in Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands July 22, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14815.
				88488 (MSN 705)	
				88489 (MSN 706) 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 5Jun47 taxying at 
					Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH
				88490 (MSN 707) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					199th Fighter-Bomber Squadron; 199th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Crashed 19Sep53 in mountains 
					near Wahiawa, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed
				88491 (MSN 708)	
				88492 (MSN 709) 413th FS [682], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Detroit Miss II"
				88493 (MSN 710) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crash landed 27Mar48 
					after engine failure 5 miles W of Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines
				88494 (MSN 711)	
				88495 (MSN 712) 199th FS [495], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					199th Fighter-Bomber Squadron; 199th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Mid air collision 16Jun53 
					with a towed target 35 miles N of Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88496 (MSN 713) B Squadron, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Damaged 8May45 taxying at Adams Field, AR; 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, 
					Volcano Islands; Crashed 1Aug45 in the Pacific 50 miles E of Kita, Iwo Jima; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14818.
				88497 (MSN 714)	
				88498 (MSN 715)	
				88499 (MSN 716)	
				88500 (MSN 717)	
				88501 (MSN 718)	
				88502 (MSN 719)	
				88503 (MSN 720)	
				88504 (MSN 721)	
				88505 (MSN 722)	
				88506 (MSN 723)	93rd FS [506], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crash landed 29Jul47 at Wheeler Field
				88507 (MSN 724) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crash landed 14Jan47 
					and destroyed by fire at Northwest Field
				88508 (MSN 725) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Accident  16Jun49 landing at Hickam
				88509 (MSN 726) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident  24Feb48 landing at Harmon Field, Guam
				88510 (MSN 727)	
				88511 (MSN 728) 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Damaged 24May45 in 
					collision with P-47D 43-25343 on the ground at Abilene, TX
				88512 (MSN 729) [39]
				88513 (MSN 730) 199th FS [513], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88514 (MSN 731) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 21Sep48 with a 
					towed target 9 miles N of Haleiwa, O'ahu, TH
				88515 (MSN 732) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Mid air collision 
					16Jul48 with a towed target 20 miles W of Baler, Luzon, Philippines
				88516 (MSN 733) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Force landed 8Sep48 
					in bad weather on Formosa
				88517 (MSN 734)	
				88518 (MSN 735) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH 
				88519 (MSN 736)	
				88520 (MSN 737)	
				88521 (MSN 738) 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "The Flying Shamrock"
				88522 (MSN 739)	
				88523 (MSN 740)	
				88524 (MSN 741) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crashed 25Aug45 near Central Field, Iwo Jima; Pilot bailed out
				88525 (MSN 742) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 7Dec48 with mechanical failure landing at Northwest Field
				88526 (MSN 743)	
				88527 (MSN 744)	
				88528 (MSN 745)	
				88529 (MSN 746)	199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88530 (MSN 747)	
				88531 (MSN 748)	
				88532 (MSN 749)	
				88533 (MSN 750)	
				88534 (MSN 751) B-4 Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Accident 13May45 landing at Tulsa Field, OK; 3237th Base Unit, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM; 
					Damaged 23May45 while parked in collision by TB-24D 42-40602 at Kirtland; 
					75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 15Apr48 taxying 
					at Northwest Field
				88535 (MSN 752) 199th FS [], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88536 (MSN 753) 413th FS [680], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands
				88537 (MSN 754)	
				88538 (MSN 755) 437th FS [701], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Damaged 26Sep45 taxying at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88539 (MSN 756) 199th FS [539], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
					Accident 9Aug48 after the engine failed taking off at Hickam
				88540 (MSN 757)	
				88541 (MSN 758)	
				88542 (MSN 759)	
				88543 (MSN 760) 437th FS [716], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Accident 2Aug45 landing with mechanical failure at Central Field, Iwo Jima. Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88544 (MSN 761)	
				88545 (MSN 762)	
				88546 (MSN 763) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; Crashed 28Jul45 
					in the Pacific attempting to land at North Field; Pilot killed
				88547 (MSN 764) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 9Jul47 taxying at Wheeler
				88548 (MSN 549-C6765) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; Rented to Nicaraguan 
					government; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua 16Jun 54; Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; 
					Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional 
					Nicaragua as serial 72; WFU; SOC 1962; Will Martin/MACO Sales Financial Corp, Chicago, IL, 
					September 2, 1963; Registered N6148U June 24, 1964, cancelled May 22, 1965; During delivery 
					flight from Nicaragua to USA 26Sep64, force landed with engine failure wheels-up on a beach at 
					La Marina Riv, Mexico; Wreckage recovered by Confederate AF, Mercedes, TX 1964; Stripped for parts; 
					Fuselage stored by Commemorative AF, Albuquerque, NM 
				88549 (MSN 766) 199th FS [549], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Accident 19Jun50 when ground looped landing at Hickam AFB; Redesignated TF-47N; Mid air collision 
					15Jun52 during aerobatics with F-47N 44-88786 and crashed in the Pacific off Barking Sands AFB, 
					Kauai, TH; Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				88550 (MSN 767) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Crashed 15Mar48 when the aircraft exploded 2 miles N of San Manuel, Philippines; Pilot bailed out
				88551 (MSN 768) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 4Jan49 
					taxying at Northwest Field
				88552 (MSN 769) 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crashed 8Aug45 with fuel starvation off Iwo Jima; Pilot bailed out
				88553 (MSN 770)	
				88554 (MSN 771)	
				88555 (MSN 772)	
				88556 (MSN 773)	
				88557 (MSN 774)	
				88558 (MSN 775) 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crash landed 22Jul45 at Harmon Field.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				88559 (MSN 776)	
				88560 (MSN 777)	
				88561 (MSN 778) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crashed 25Jul45 at Orote Field, Guam.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				88562 (MSN 779) 53rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Damaged 7Nov46 taxying at France Field, Canal Zone, Panama
				88563 (MSN 780) [119], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands
				88564 (MSN 781) 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Damaged 14Jun48 taxying at Clark Field
				88565 (MSN 782)	
				88566 (MSN 783) 199th FS [566], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88567 (MSN 784) 5th Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Damaged taxying 19Apr45 at Port Columbus, OH; 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; 
					Accident 7Jan48 when the engine failed taking off at Wheeler
				88568 (MSN 785) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Damaged 10Sep45 taxying at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88569 (MSN 786) 76th FS [BH], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands
				88570 (MSN 787)	
				88571 (MSN 788) 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Mid air collision 
					15Jun48 with P-47N 44-88472 and crashed one mile W of Palusapis, Santo Rosario, Philippines; 
					Pilot bailed out
				88572 (MSN 789) 437th FS [712], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Mildred"; 
					91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Accident 3Jan49 after the engine failed 
					taking off at Wheeler
				88573 (MSN 790) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; Accident 23Sep45 
					landing at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88574 (MSN 791)	
				88575 (MSN 792)	
				88576 (MSN 793)	
				88577 (MSN 794)	
				88578 (MSN 795) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Force landed 8Sep48 
					in bad weather on Formosa
				88579 (MSN 796)	
				88580 (MSN 797) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Pleasant View"; 
					Accident 21Sep45 landing at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88581 (MSN 798) 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Damaged 6Jan48 when 
					ground looped landing at Clark Field
				88582 (MSN 799) 76th FS [BF], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana IslandsAccident 
					22Jul48 landing at NAS Agana, Guam
				88583 (MSN 800)	
				88584 (MSN 801)	
				88585 (MSN 802)	
				88586 (MSN 803)	
				88587 (MSN 804) 437th FS [735], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Gremlin Bait"
				88588 (MSN 805)	
				88589 (MSN 806)	
				88590 (MSN 807) 456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 1May45 
					with mechanical failure 8 miles NNE of Folkstone, NC; Pilot bailed out
				88591 (MSN 808)	
				88592 (MSN 809)	
				88593 (MSN 810)	
				88594 (MSN 811) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Accident 29Jul45 
					taking off at Bluethenthal
				88595 (MSN 812) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Accident 10Oct50 landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport
				88596 (MSN 813) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 23Aug45 4 miles NW 
					of Dover, DE; 147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Accident 14May50 landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport
				88597 (MSN 814)	
				88598 (MSN 815)	
				88599 (MSN 816)	
				88600 (MSN 817) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 99th FS, 332nd FG, 
					9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Accident 27Jan48 landing at Lockbourne; 147th FS, 112th FG, 
					Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; Force landed 21Aug50 
					5 miles SSE of Dover AFB, DE
				88601 (MSN 818) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 2Jun45 landing at Greater 
					Pittsburgh Airport, PA
				88602 (MSN 819)	
				88603 (MSN 820)	
				88604 (MSN 821) 199th FS [604], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88605 (MSN 822)	
				88606 (MSN 823) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 31Aug45 5 miles E 
					of Ocean City, NJ
				88607 (MSN 824)	
				88608 (MSN 825)	
				88609 (MSN 826)	
				88610 (MSN 827) 413th FS [665], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands
				88611 (MSN 828)	
				88612 (MSN 829) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 25Jun45 in collision with 
					parked P-47N 44-88620 while taxying at Millville
				88613 (MSN 830) [J118], 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE
				88614 (MSN 831) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crash landed 7Jul45 after engine 
					failure 3 miles SW of Millville
				88615 (MSN 832)	
				88616 (MSN 833) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Mid air collision 
					5Nov45 with P-47D 44-32853 3 miles NW of St Clair, MI; Pilot bailed out
				88617 (MSN 834)	
				88618 (MSN 835)	
				88619 (MSN 836) 320th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 5Apr46 in an accident on the ground at 
					Selfridge Field, MI; 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 
					Damaged 28Nov46 landing at Blythe Field, CA; 104th FS [PE-619], 113th FG, Maryland Air 
					National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD; 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National 
					Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; Damaged 24Sep49 landing at Greater Pittsburgh 
				88620 (MSN 837) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 25Jun45 while parked in 
					collision with P-47N 44-88612 taxying at Millville
				88621 (MSN 838) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Crash landed 17Jul50 with mechanical failure at Congaree AAB, SC; 153rd Fighter-Escort Squadron, 
					108th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Turner AFB, Albany, GA; Mid air collision 15Nov51 with F-47N 44-89323 8 miles N of Albany, GA
				88622 (MSN 839) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crashed 24Oct45 with 
					mechanical failure 8 miles N of Prt Huron, MI; Pilot bailed out
				88623 (MSN 840) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Damaged 19Jun46 while parked in collision by 
					P-47N 44-88376 taxying at Floridablanca Field, Philippines
				88624 (MSN 841) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 11Jun45 with P-47D 
					42-27829 near Dover; Pilot killed
				88625 (MSN 842)	
				88626 (MSN 843) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 11Feb46 6 miles from Faxon, TN; Pilot killed
				88627 (MSN 844) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 6Sep45 2 miles S of Westhampton Beach, NY; A Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, 
					Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; Crashed 9Jan47 one mile N of Casa Grande, AZ; 
					Pilot bailed out
				88628 (MSN 845)	
				88629 (MSN 846)	
				88630 (MSN 847)	
				88631 (MSN 848)[PE-631], 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 30Jul45 after the engine failed taking off at Suffolk County
				88632 (MSN 849)	
				88633 (MSN 850) 104th FS [PE-633], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				88634 (MSN 851) 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident landing 27Mar46 at Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC
				88635 (MSN 852) 5th Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Damaged 12Aug45 
					in collision with parked P-47N 44-88678 while taxying at Millville
				88636 (MSN 853) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crash landed 26Oct45 
					after engine failure near Meade, MI
				88637 (MSN 854)	
				88638 (MSN 855)	
				88639 (MSN 856)	
				88640 (MSN 857)	
				88641 (MSN 858)	
				88642 (MSN 859)	
				88643 (MSN 860)	
				88644 (MSN 861) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Suffolk County AFB, 
					Westhampton, NY; Accident 4Jul51 landing at Suffolk County; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 
					4709th Defense Wing, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Damaged 20Mar52 when nosed over 
					taxying at Suffolk County
				88645 (MSN 862) 147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 28Jan50 landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport; Pilot killed
				88646 (MSN 863) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 24May45 with a towed 
					target 3 miles E of Bethany Beach, DE; Force landed 20Jul45 after engine failure 4 miles SSE of Dover
				88647 (MSN 864) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Crash landed 12Sep46 
					after engine failure 12 miles SSW of Woodsfield, OH
				88648 (MSN 865) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 29Nov45 4 miles NE of Nanquin, VA; 
					Pilot killed
				88649 (MSN 866) 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Accident 26Nov45 landing at Abilene
				88650 (MSN 867)	
				88651 (MSN 868) [PE-651], 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Damaged 26Jul47 by mechanical failure one mile N of Ithica, MI
				88652 (MSN 869) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 16Jul45 in a collision on the 
					ground at Centerville, MD
				88653 (MSN 870)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 15th AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crashed 10Aug46 
					2 miles W of Antrim, NH; Pilot killed
				88654 (MSN 871) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Feb46 
					landing at Selfridge; Damaged 4Aug46 on take-off at Selfridge; 118th FS, 103rd FG, 
					Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 118th Fighter-Interceptor 
					Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; 
					Mid air collision 10Jan52 with a towed target at Eglin Gunnery Range 39, FL; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4709th Defense Wing, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; 
					Forced landing 16Jun52 after engine failure 5 miles ENE of Springfield, OH
				88655 (MSN 872)	
				88656 (MSN 873)	
				88657 (MSN 874)	
				88658 (MSN 875) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 8Aug45 with a towed target over Hampton Beach, NY; 99th FS, 
					477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 99th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 
					Crashed 10May48 after engine failure 5 miles S of Route 368, Tacit Hills, KY; Pilot bailed out
				88659 (MSN 876)	
				88660 (MSN 877)	135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crash landed 19Jul45 with mechanical 
					failure 6 miles SSW of Millville, NJ
				88661 (MSN 878)	
				88662 (MSN 879)	
				88663 (MSN 880)	
				88664 (MSN 881)	
				88665 (MSN 882)	
				88666 (MSN 883)	
				88667 (MSN 884)	
				88668 (MSN 885) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 28Aug45 with a towed target on the Westhampton Beach Gunnery Range, NY
				88669 (MSN 886)	
				88670 (MSN 887) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 28Aug45 after engine failure 5 miles NW of Southampton, NY; Pilot bailed out
				88671 (MSN 888) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Suffolk County AFB, 
					Westhampton, NY; Accident 14May51 landing at Suffolk County; Crashed 2Feb52 from ‘friendly fire’ 
					10 miles WSW of Suffolk County; Pilot bailed out
				88672 (MSN 889)	
				88673 (MSN 890)	
				88674 (MSN 891) [M27], 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 20Sep45 at Millville. 
					The pilot approached the runway with three other aircraft. While in the turn from base leg 
					of the landing pattern, his left foot became wedged between the rudder pedal and the foot 
					guide on the floor board section. This made him unable to apply opposite rudder to recover 
					from the turn, thus enticing a roll to the left. He applied throttle to aid his recovery 
					but the engine sputtered and did not catch until just before the aircraft hit the ground. 
					During this time he tried to jerk his left foot out of the shoe and did so just before 
					contact with the ground.
				88675 (MSN 892) 61st FS, 56th FG, 15th AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 18Sep46 
					landing at Selfridge; 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard
				88676 (MSN 893)	
				88677 (MSN 894) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Force landed 8Sep48 
					in bad weather on Formosa
				88678 (MSN 895) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 12Aug45 while parked in 
					collision by P-47N 44-88635 taxying at Millville
				88679 (MSN 896) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 28May45 when nosed over 
					with mechanical failure on landing at Millville
				88680 (MSN 897) 61st FS [PE-680], 56th FG, 15th AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; "Lois Mae"; 
					Damaged 15Aug46 while parked in collision by P-47N 44-88757 at Mitchel Field, NY
				88681 (MSN 898) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 99th FS, 332nd FG, 
					9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Crashed 9Aug48 with mechanical failure 2 miles S of Lockbourne
				88682 (MSN 899) 2nd Squadron, 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 23May45 
					by ‘friendly fire’ one mile NNE of Little Creek, DE
				88683 (MSN 900)	
				88684 (MSN 901)	
				88685 (MSN 902)	
				88686 (MSN 903) 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Crash landed 
					8Jun45 after engine failure 2 miles NW of Midland, TX
				88687	 (MSN 904) 4th FG, Strategic Air Command, Andrews Field, MD; Damaged 8May47 when nosed 
					over taxying at Andrews Field
				88688 (MSN 905)	
				88689 (MSN 906) 456th FS [754], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Pris 'n Prissy"
				88690 (MSN 907) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Accident 27Oct45 with structural failure at Central Field, Iwo Jima; 13th AF, Floridablanca Field, 
					Pampanga, Philippines; Crashed 24Jul46 5 miles E of Del Carmen, Philippines; Pilot killed
				88691 (MSN 908)	
				88692 (MSN 909)	
				88693 (MSN 910) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 11Jul45 with mechanical 
					failure 10 miles E of Betheny Beach, DE
				88694 (MSN 911) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Accident 2Sep46 when 
					nosed over landing at Olmsted Field, PA
				88695 (MSN 912) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crashed 12Aug45 
					off the Mariana Islands when lost in bad weather after departing during the Group transfer from 
					Guam to Okinawa; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14897
				88696 (MSN 913) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 22May45 after engine failure 
					8 miles WSW of Little Creek, DE
				88697 (MSN 914)	
				88698 (MSN 915)	
				88699 (MSN 916) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 
					25Sep45 with P-47N 44-87802 4 miles NE of Wilmington, NC
				88700 (MSN 917) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, 
					Puerto Rico; Accident 9Oct48 landing at Isla Grande
				88701 (MSN 918)	
				88702 (MSN 919)	
				88703 (MSN 920) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 9Aug45 taxying at Millville
				88704 (MSN 921) 414th FG, 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged taxying 25Jul45 
					at Harmon Field, Guam.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88705 (MSN 922) 413th FS [674], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crash landed at Iwo Jima.
				88706 (MSN 923)	
				88707 (MSN 924) 437th FS [713], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; "Lady Leota"; 
					13th AF, Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Damaged 19Jun46 while parked in collision 
					by P-47N 44-88376 taxying at Floridablanca Field, Philippines.
				88708 (MSN 925) 437th FS [703], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; 26th FS, 51st FG, Far East AF, Naha AB, Okinawa; 
					Damaged 19Sep47 by ‘friendly fire’ on the Omuna Gunnery Range, Japan.
				88709 (MSN 926) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Accident 31May46 when collided with ground 
					15 miles S of Manila, Philippines.
				88710 (MSN 927)	
				88711 (MSN 928)	
				88712 (MSN 929) 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 456th FS, 
					414th FG, 13th AF, Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; Crashed 27Jun46 on the 
					Clark Field Gunnery Range, Philippines; Pilot killed.
				88713 (MSN 930)	[PE-713], 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Accident 24Jul46 landing at #6 Auxiliary Field, Ajo Field, AZ.
				88714 (MSN 931) HQ Squadron, 413th FG, 20th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Damaged 15Feb46 on take-off at Yontan.
				88715 (MSN 932)	
				88716 (MSN 933) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Accident 28Jul46 when 
					nosed over taking off at NAS Port Columbus, OH.
				88717 (MSN 934)	4185th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; Stored; 
					Damaged 18Sep47 taxying at Independence.
				88718 (MSN 935) H Squadron [PE-718], 104th Base Unit, Air Defense Command, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Damaged 24Feb47 by mechanical failure on take-off at Mitchel Field.
				88719 (MSN 936) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 18Jun45 4 miles 
					E of Wilmington, NC; Pilot killed.
				88720 (MSN 937)	
				88721 (MSN 938)	
				88722 (MSN 939) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 15Jun45 in 
					collision with P-47N 44-88754 at Bluethenthal.
				88723 (MSN 940)	
				88724 (MSN 941) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Mid air collision 
					4Apr46 with P-47N 44-88735 9 miles SE of Newark, OH; 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 
					Accident 6Apr48 landing with mechanical failure at Lockbourne
				88725 (MSN 942) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; Crashed 23Dec47 after 
					the engine Failed landing at Clark Field
				88726 (MSN 943)	
				88727 (MSN 944)	
				88728 (MSN 945) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 
					31Jul45 15 miles SW of Williamsburg, SC
				88729 (MSN 946) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Accident 15Aug46 when 
					nosed over landing at Lockbourne; Accident 15Nov46 landing at Blythe Field, CA
				88730 (MSN 947)	
				88731 (MSN 948) 75th FS [LJ], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Force landed 12Nov47 with mechanical failure at Talofofo Bay, Guam
				88732 (MSN 949)	
				88733 (MSN 950) 413th FS [690], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 13th AF, 
					Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; 44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, 
					Philippines; Crashed 29Jun48 after the engine failed 10 miles NNW of Umiray, Luzon, Philippines; 
					Pilot bailed out
				88734 (MSN 951) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Damaged 12May45 by mechanical failure 
					taxying at Norfolk
				88735 (MSN 952) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Mid air collision 
					4Apr46 with P-47N 44-88724 and crashed at Lockbourne; Pilot bailed out
				88736 (MSN 953) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Accident 16Oct45 landing at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88737 (MSN 954) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard
				88738 (MSN 955) 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
				88739 (MSN 956) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Mid air collision 2Dec46 with P-47N 44-88855 over Guam; Crashed 17Jul48 after the engine 
					failed 2 miles E of Northwest Field; Pilot bailed out
				88740 (MSN 957)	
				88741 (MSN 958)	
				88742 (MSN 959) HQ Squadron, 414th FG, 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crashed 9 miles NE of Harmon Field, Guam after the aircraft went into a dive during a 
					training flight January 12, 1946; Pilot killed.
				88743 (MSN 960) 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Force landed 2Sep45 
					after engine failure 10 miles SE of Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA
				88744 (MSN 961) 104th FS [PE-744], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				88745 (MSN 962)	
				88746 (MSN 963) 456th FS [734], 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
				88747 (MSN 964) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 24Aug45 with a towed target 38 miles S of Wilmington, NC
				88748 (MSN 965) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 8Dec45 
					landing at Ocoda Field, MI; Damaged 22Feb46 taxying at Caldwell-Wright Field, NJ
				88749 (MSN 966)	[B5]
				88750 (MSN 967)	
				88751 (MSN 968)	
				88752 (MSN 969)	
				88753 (MSN 970) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 19Aug48 landing at Northwest Field
				88754 (MSN 971) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 15Jun45 in collision with P-47N 44-88722 at Bluethenthal; 
					Mid air collision 23Jul45 with a towed target 8 miles NW of Southport, NC; 
					104th Base Unit, Air Defense Command, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 28Jan48 taxying in bad weather at Westover Field, MA; 
					104th FS [PE-754], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				88755 (MSN 972) 413th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Damaged 3Oct45 taxying at Central Field, Iwo Jima; 
					Accident 10Dec45 when the engine failed taking off and the aircraft ground looped 
					at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88756 (MSN 973)	
				88757 (MSN 974) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Accident 22Apr46 landing at Selfridge Field; 62nd FS, 56th FG, 15th AF, Selfridge Field, 
					Mount Clemens, MI; Damaged 15Aug46 in collision with parked P-47N 44-88680 at 
					Mitchel Field, NY; 334th FS, 4th FG, Strategic Air Command, Andrews Field, MD; 
					Damaged 28Apr47 when ground looped at Andrews Field; 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware 
					Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; Accident 16Aug49 landing at New Castle; 
					104th FS [PE-757], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				88758 (MSN 975) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 23Jul45 with mechanical 
					failure 5 miles SE of Snow Hill, MD
				88759 (MSN 976)	
				88760 (MSN 977)	
				88761 (MSN 978)	
				88762 (MSN 979)	
				88763 (MSN 980)	
				88764 (MSN 981) 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crashed 16Sep48 2 miles N of Apra Harbor, Guam; Pilot killed
				88765 (MSN 982)	
				88766 (MSN 983) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 29May48 by bird strike over the island of Farallon de Medinilla, Northern Mariana Islands
				88767 (MSN 984) 5th Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Damaged 11May45 
					taxying at Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY; 53rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, 
					Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; Crash landed 2Dec46 at France Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					402nd Base Unit, Hill Field, Ogden, UT; Damaged 13Dec47 after engine failure on take-off 
					at Lowry Field, Denver, CO
				88768 (MSN 985) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crash landed 27Oct45 at Central Field, Iwo Jima; Pilot killed
				88769 (MSN 986)	
				88770 (MSN 987) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crash landed 25Aug45 near Airstrip #1, Iwo Jima
				88771 (MSN 988)	
				88772 (MSN 989)	
				88773 (MSN 990)	
				88774 (MSN 991) D-1 Squadron, 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 19Jul45 in collision with parked P-47N 44-88028 while being towed at Bluethenthal; 
					Mid air collision 29Jul45 45 miles SW of Myrtle Beach, SC
				88775 (MSN 992) 4126th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, San Bernardino Field, CA; 
					Force landed 23Aug46 after engine failure 6 miles W of Claremont, CA
				88776 (MSN 993) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 3Apr48 landing with mechanical failure at Northwest Field
				88777 (MSN 994)	
				88778 (MSN 995) 76th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crashed 17Dec47 landing at Northwest Field; Pilot killed
				88779 (MSN 996)	
				88780 (MSN 997) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 14Aug45 by mechanical failure at Suffolk County; 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 
					1st AF, Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY; Accident 8Feb46 taking off at Godman Field
				88781 (MSN 998) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 18May45 after engine 
					failure one mile E of Little Creek, DE
				88782 (MSN 999) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 11Jun45 with a 
					towed target 4 miles SSE of Ocean City, MD
				88783 (MSN 1000)	
				88784 (MSN 1001) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY; 
					Accident 5Dec45 landing at Godman Field
				88785 (MSN 1002)	
				88786 (MSN 1003) 93rd FS [786], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; 
					Mid air collision 8Nov48 with F-47N 44-88274, 25 miles SW of Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					Mid air collision 15Jun52 during aerobatics with TF-47N 44-88549 and crashed in the 
					Pacific off Barking Sands AFB, Kauai, TH; Pilot killed
				88787 (MSN 1004) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 30Jul45 2 miles W of Westhampton Beach, NY; Pilot killed
				88788 (MSN 1005) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY; 
					Accident 10Jan46 landing at Godman Field
				88789 (MSN 1006) 12th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Crash landed 8Sep48 in bad weather on Formosa; Pilot killed
				88790 (MSN 1007)	
				88791 (MSN 1008) 67th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF, Clark Field, Angeles, Philippines; 
					Accident 5Nov48 taking off at Clark Field
				88792 (MSN 1009) 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Damaged 20Jun45 when ground looped at McClellan Field, CA
				88793 (MSN 1010) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 6Jun45 with a towed target one mile S of Hampton Beach, NY; 
					Accident 6Sep45 4 miles NW of Hampton Beach, NY; D Squadron, 104th Base Unit, 
					Air Defense Command, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Crash landed 14Feb47 at Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA
				88794 (MSN 1011)	
				88795 (MSN 1012) 76th FS [BA], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 13Jun46 landing at Northwest Field
				88796 (MSN 1013)	
				88797 (MSN 1014) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands;
					Crashed 13Aug47 at Northwest Field; Pilot killed
				88798 (MSN 1015) 437th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					13th AF, Floridablanca Field, Pampanga, Philippines; 
					Accident 13Jun46 landing at Floridablanca Field
				88799 (MSN 1016)	
				88800 (MSN 1017)	
				88801 (MSN 1018)	
				88802 (MSN 1019)	
				88803 (MSN 1020)	
				88804	 (MSN 1021) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Damaged 22Oct45 
					taxying at Selfridge
				88805 (MSN 1022)	
				88806 (MSN 1023)	
				88807 (MSN 1024) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Damaged 28Aug45 taxying at Central Field, Iwo Jima
				88808 (MSN 1025)	
				88809 (MSN 1026)	
				88810 (MSN 1027) 199th FS [810], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, 
					O’ahu, TH.  Force landed 18Mar51 after engine failure at Kahuku AAB, O'ahu, TH
				88811 (MSN 1028)	
				88812 (MSN 1029) Far East AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Force landed 6Jan48 after 
					engine failure at Harmon Field
				88813 (MSN 1030)	
				88814 (MSN 1031) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 31May45 with a 
					towed target 10 miles E of Ocean City, NJ; Accident 13Jun45 landing with mechanical failure at Millville
				88815 (MSN 1032)	
				88816 (MSN 1033) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 16Jul45 at Wyoming, DE
				88817 (MSN 1034) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 21Sep45 near Point Pleasant, NJ 
				88818 (MSN 1035) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 1Jun45 with a towed target 
					8 mile SSE of Bethany Beach, DE; Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill Field, Ogden, UT; 198th FS, 
					Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; TOC 23Jul48; 
					Crashed 1Jan50 on fire 5 miles NE of Hernando, MS; Pilot killed
				88819 (MSN 1036) 20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 18Aug45 when ground looped 
					at Harmon Field
				88820 (MSN 1037) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 15Jun45 at Millville; 
					260th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Peterson Field, CO; Accident 18Feb46 landing at Peterson Field
				88821 (MSN 1038)	
				88822 (MSN 1039)	
				88823 (MSN 1040)	
				88824 (MSN 1041)	
				88825 (MSN 1042) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Crash landed 19Dec48 after engine failure 3 miles S of Chunky, MS
				88826 (MSN 1043) Guam Air Depot20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Crash landed 26Jul45 
					at Harmon Field.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				88827 (MSN 1044) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 13Sep45 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Millville; 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group; 
					Damaged 31Oct50 in an accident on the ground at Bradley Field; Mid air collision 18Apr51 with 
					P-47N 44-89404 3 miles SW of Bradley Field; Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; 
					Accident 16Sep51 when ground looped landing at Suffolk County
				88828 (MSN 1045) Redesignated TP-47N; 204th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Colorado Springs Field, CO; 
					Crashed 12Dec45 50 miles S of Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA
				88829 (MSN 1046)	
				88830 (MSN 1047) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 28Jun45 landing at Millville
				88831 (MSN 1048)	
				88832 (MSN 1049)	
				88833 (MSN 1050)	
				88834 (MSN 1051) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 23Jul45 with a towed 
					target 8 mile ESE of Bethany Beach, DE; 
				88835 (MSN 1052) 19th FS [53], 318th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Miss Lillian"; 
					21st FS [DHS], 413th FG, 8th AF, le Shima, Ryukyu Island, Okinawa; "Miss"; 
					FLM Squadron, 413th FG, 8th AF, Yontan, Okinawa; Accident 13May46 landing with mechanical failure at Yontan
				88836 (MSN 1053)	
				88837 (MSN 1054) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Accident 3Dec48 
					landing with mechanical failure at Northwest Field; accident 25Dec48 landing at Northwest Field
				88838 (MSN 1055) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Damaged 3Nov45 while 
					parked in collision by C-47A 43-15127 taxying at Wold-Chamberlain Field, MN
				88839	 (MSN 1056)	
				88840 (MSN 1057)	
				88841 (MSN 1058)	
				88842	 (MSN 1059)	
				88843 (MSN 1060) Guam Air Depot20th AF, Harmon Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Damaged 26Jul45 when 
					the engine failed taxying at Harmon Field.  Pilotsurvived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				88844	(MSN 1061)	74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; Mid air colision 
					26Apr48 with P-47N 44-88466 2 miles E of Ritidian Point, Guam; Pilot killed
				88845 (MSN 1062) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone; Mid air 
					collision 29Jul46 with P-47N 44-88994, 2 miles S of Langosta, Panama and crashed near Agua Glara, 
					Panama; Pilot bailed out but MIA.  MACR 15051.
				88846 (MSN 1063) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 14Sep45 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Dover Field; Accident 1Oct45 landing with mechanical failure at Dover Field
				88847 (MSN 1064) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 2Aug45 landing 
					with mechanical faliure 4 miles E of Wilmington
				88848 (MSN 1065)	
				88849 (MSN 1066) 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					Crashed 7Oct45 with fuel starvation 4 miles NW of Camden, AR
				88850 (MSN 1067)	
				88851 (MSN 1068) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Crashed 12Aug47 with mechanical failure 22 miles NNE of Fol, Guam; Pilot bailed out
				88852 (MSN 1069) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 9Aug45 with P-47N 
					44-87935, 2 miles S of Harrington, DE; Pilot bailed out
				88853 (MSN 1070) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 3Aug45 after engine failure 
					2 miles S of Bridgeville, DE; Pilot bailed out
				88854 (MSN 1071) 199th FS [854], Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88855 (MSN 1072) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Mid air collision 2Dec46 with P-47N 44-88739 over Guam; Force landed 1Apr48 with mechanical 
					failure at Northwest Field
				88856 (MSN 1073) San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					Crash landed 29May46 at Kelly Field, TX; 22nd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, 
					Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; Crashed 15Apr47 6 miles NW of Vernado Beach, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Pilot killed
				88857 (MSN 1074) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 19Feb47 landing 3 miles W of Harmon Field; Damaged 14Dec48 by mechanical failure 
					at Northwest Field
				88858 (MSN 1075)	
				88859 (MSN 1076)	
				88860 (MSN 1077) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 6Feb51 on take-off with mechanical failure at Bradley Field
				88861 (MSN 1078)	
				88862 (MSN 1079)	
				88863 (MSN 1080)	
				88864 (MSN 1081) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 22Jul45 taxying at Dover Field
				88865 (MSN 1082) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 21Oct47 landing with mechanical failure at Northwest Field
				88866 (MSN 1083)	
				88867 (MSN 1084)	
				88868 (MSN 1085)	
				88869 (MSN 1086)	
				88870 (MSN 1087)	
				88871 (MSN 1088)	
				88872 (MSN 1089)	
				88873 (MSN 1090) 75th FS [LM], 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands
				88874 (MSN 1091)	
				88875 (MSN 1092)	
				88876 (MSN 1093) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 28Jul47 by engine fire at Northwest Field
				88877 (MSN 1094) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone; 
					Damaged 20Aug46 when ground looped at France Field
				88878 (MSN 1095)	
				88879 (MSN 1096)	
				88880 (MSN 1097) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 5Aug45 landing at Dover Field; 
					Accident 17Aug45 landing at Dover Field
				88881 (MSN 1098) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Ditched 6Jul48 after engine failure one mile off Ritidiar Point, Guam
				88882 (MSN 1099)	
				88883 (MSN 1100)	
44-88884/89083		Republic P-47N-15-RE Thunderbolt
				88884 (MSN 1101)	
				88885 (MSN 1102) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 22Aug45 landing at Dover Field
				88886 (MSN 1103)	
				88887 (MSN 1104) Lowry Field, Denver, CO; 1946
				88888 (MSN 1105)	
				88889 (MSN 1106)	
				88890 (MSN 1107) 53rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Accident landing 22Oct46 at Pocri, Panama; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron [890], 
					103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Eastern Air Defense Command, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; 1951
				88891 (MSN 1108)	
				88892 (MSN 1109) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Damaged 25Jul49 in collision with F-47N 44-89375 at Duke Auxiliary Field, FL
				88893 (MSN 1110) 456th FS, 414th FG, 20th AF, North Field, Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands; 
					Crashed 16Nov45 after engine failure 3 miles NW of Iwo Jima
				88894 (MSN 1111) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Force landed 7Aug45 with mechanical 
					failure one mile NW of Cynthiana, KY; 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; 
					Accident 26Feb47 when ground looped landing at Lockbourne
				88895 (MSN 1112) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crash landed 8Aug45 at Roanoke Municipal 
					Airport, VA; 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Crashed 26Apr46 7 miles N of Slate Run, PA; Pilot killed
				88896 (MSN 1113)	
				88897 (MSN 1114) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 19Jun45 after the engine 
					failed taking off at Millville
				88898 (MSN 1115)	
				88899 (MSN 1116)	
				88900 (MSN 1117) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Crash landed 3Jul48 after engine 
					failure at Biancur Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, FL
					Conflict:
					(463rd FS, 507th FG, 20th AF) crshed from unknown cause 50 mi From Suwanose Shima Ilsan, Japan in East
					China Sea Aug 8, 1945.  MACR 14829.  Pilot killed.
				88901 (MSN 1118) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone
				88902 (MSN 1119)	
				88903 (MSN 1120)	
				88904 (MSN 1121) A Squadron, 621st Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Pinecastle Field, FL; 
					Crash landed 21Jul46 at Pope Field, NC
				88905 (MSN 1122)	
				88906 (MSN 1123)	
				88907 (MSN 1124) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Accident 18Jul47 landing at Isley Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Mid air collision 14Jan48 with a towed target 50 miles E of Northwest Field
				88908 (MSN 1125) 3210th Chemical Test Squadron, 3210th Chemical and Ordnance Test Group, Army 
					Chemical Centre, Weide Field, Edgewood, MD; Damaged 20Apr51 while parked in collision 
					by TB-17G 43-39155 taxying at the Army Chemical Centre, Aberdeen Proving Ground
				88909 (MSN 1126)	
				88910 (MSN 1127)	
				88911 (MSN 1128) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Accident 22Sep48 landing at Wheeler
				88912 (MSN 1129)	
				88913 (MSN 1130) 320th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 15Apr46 taxying at Dover; 
					104th FS [PE-913], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				88914 (MSN 1131)	
				88915 (MSN 1132)	
				88916 (MSN 1133) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 249th Base Unit, 2nd AF, La Junta Field, CO; 
					Damaged 1Nov45 taxying at La Junta
				88917	 (MSN 1134)	
				88918 (MSN 1135) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Crash landed 10Jun47 
					with mechanical failure at Lockbourne
				88919 (MSN 1136)	
				88920 (MSN 1137)	
				88921 (MSN 1138) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Damaged 1Jul48 taxying at 
					Biancur Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, FL; 147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air 
					National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; Accident 20Feb51 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Greater Pittsburgh
				88922 (MSN 1139)	
				88923 (MSN 1140)	
				88924 (MSN 1141)	
				88925 (MSN 1142)	
				88926 (MSN 1143)	
				88927 (MSN 1144) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Damaged 9Sep50 when ground looped taking off at Greater Pittsburgh Airport
				88928 (MSN 1145)	
				88929 (MSN 1146)	
				88930 (MSN 1147)	
				88931 (MSN 1148) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 5Oct45 5 miles SW of Westhampton Beach, NY; D Squadron, 125th Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 22Feb46 taxying at Lambert Field, St Louis, MO
				88932 (MSN 1149)	
				88933 (MSN 1150) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Accident 3Feb47 
					when nosed over landing at Myrtle Beach Field, SC
				88934 (MSN 1151) 249th Base Unit, 2nd AF, La Junta Field, CO; Crash landed 9Dec45 after engine 
					failure at Fort Worth, TX
				88935 (MSN 1152) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA
				88936 (MSN 1153)	
				88937 (MSN 1154) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY; 
					Crash landed 12Sep45 with fuel starvation near Mount Morris, MI
				88938 (MSN 1155) 373rd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 17Nov45 between two houses on Windsor Parkway in Hempstead, New York shortly after 
					take-off from Mitchel Field, setting both structures on fire. Pilot killed
				88939 (MSN 1156)	
				88940 (MSN 1157) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 8Nov45 with B-25J 44-30203, 5 miles NW of Elmira, NY; Pilot killed
				88941 (MSN 1158)	
				88942 (MSN 1159) 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Damaged 16Sep47 taxying at Lockbourne
				88943 (MSN 1160)	
				88944 (MSN 1161)	
				88945 (MSN 1162)	
				88946 (MSN 1163)	
				88947 (MSN 1164) 91st FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler AFB, O'ahu, TH; Force landed 9Feb48 with 
					mechanical failure at Wheeler
				88948 (MSN 1165) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Crash landed 19May48 with 
					mechanical failure at Biancur Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, FL 
				88949 (MSN 1166)	
				88950 (MSN 1167)	
				88951 (MSN 1168) 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Force landed 24Jun47 
					after engine failure 3 miles SW of Wahiawa, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH
				88952 (MSN 1169)	
				88953 (MSN 1170) [953], 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; 
				88954 (MSN 1171) 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 3Feb49 at sea off 
					Sunset Beach, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed
				88955 (MSN 1172)	
				88956 (MSN 1173) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Force landed 29Apr48 after 
					engine failure at Lockbourne; 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, 
					Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA.  Crash landed 30Dec49 with mechanical failure landing at
					Greater Pittsburgh
				88957 (MSN 1174) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 17Jul47 in collision 
					with parked AT-6D 44-81361 while taxying at Wheeler Field
				88958 (MSN 1175) 93rd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Force landed 30Jul48 with 
					mechanical failure at Haleiwa, O'ahu, TH
				88959 (MSN 1176)	
				88960 (MSN 1177)	
				88961 (MSN 1178)	
				88962 (MSN 1179)	
				88963 (MSN 1180) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Force landed 26nov48 after engine failure at Northwest Field
				88964 (MSN 1181)	
				88965 (MSN 1182) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Crash landed 19Jan49 after 
					engine failure at Eglin AFB, FL
				88966 (MSN 1183) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Crash landed 19Jan49 at Marietta; Pilot killed
				88967 (MSN 1184)	
				88968 (MSN 1185)	
				88969 (MSN 1186) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 8Nov47 with mechanical failure taxying at Northwest Field
				88970 (MSN 1187)	
				88971 (MSN 1188)	
				88972 (MSN 1189)	
				88973 (MSN 1190)	
				88974 (MSN 1191) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; 
					Rented to Nicaraguan government; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua 16Jun 54; 
					Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; 
					Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua as serial 74; Written off 1965 at Las Mercedes, 
					Managua, Nicaragua 
				88975 (MSN 1192)	
				88976 (MSN 1193)	
				88977 (MSN 1194) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone; 
					Crash landed 9Oct46 at France Field; Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA 
				88978 (MSN 1195) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Crashed 28Apr49 after engine 
					failure 4 miles ESE of Lockbourne; Pilot killed
				88979 (MSN 1196) 92nd FS, 81st FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Force landed 9Nov48 with 
					mechanical failure 20 miles W of Waialua, O'ahu, TH
				88980 (MSN 1197) 2116th Base Unit,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Crashed 17Aug46 with fuel starvation one mile NE of Cocle Del Norte, Panama; Pilot killed
				88981 (MSN 1198)	
				88982 (MSN 1199)	
				88983 (MSN 1200) 75th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Force landed 18Jun48 with mechanical failure at Northwest Field
				88984 (MSN 1201)	
				88985 (MSN 1202)	
				88986 (MSN 1203)	
				88987 (MSN 1204)	
				88988 (MSN 1205) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					153rd FS, 108th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Turner AFB, Albany, GA; 
					Crashed 24Jul51 after loss of control 10 miles E of Turner AFB; Pilot killed
				88989 (MSN 1206)	
				88990 (MSN 1207)	
				88991 (MSN 1208) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					Ditched 26Mar51 after the engine failed near Isla Grande Airport
				88992 (MSN 1209) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone; 
					Accident 4Mar46 on take-off at France Field; Pilot killed
				88993 (MSN 1210) 53rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Accident 22Oct46 landing at Pocri, Panama; 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; 
					Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; Crashed 30Aug48 8 miles NW of Savannah, GA; Pilot killed
				88994 (MSN 1211) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone; 
					Mid air collision 29Jul46 with P-47N 44-88845 and crashed 2 miles S of Langosta, Panama; 
					Pilot bailed out but was not found.  MACR 15051.
				88995 (MSN 1212)	
				88996 (MSN 1213)	
				88997 (MSN 1214) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone
				88998 (MSN 1215) 74th FS, 23rd FG, 20th AF, Northwest Field, Guam, Mariana Islands; 
					Damaged 11Apr47 when nosed over taxying at Northwest Field; Accident 9Oct48 landing at Northwest Field
				88999 (MSN 1216)	
				89000 (MSN 1217)	
				89001 (MSN 1218)	
				89002 (MSN 1219)	
				89003 (MSN 1220)	
				89004 (MSN 1221)	
				89005 (MSN 1222)	
				89006 (MSN 1223) 22nd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Crashed 19Dec46 10 miles SSW of Rio Hato, Panama
				89007 (MSN 1224)	
				89008 (MSN 1225)	
				89009 (MSN 1226) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Damaged 5May49 taxying at Lockbourne
				89010 (MSN 1227)	
				89011 (MSN 1228)	
				89012 (MSN 1229) 53rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Crashed 28Apr47 after engine failure near Colon, Panama; Pilot bailed out
				89013 (MSN 1230) 53rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Accident 25Jun47 landing at Lowry Field, Denver, CO
				89014	 (MSN 1231) HQ Squadron, 48th Air Service Group, Caribbean Air Command, Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico; 
					Crashed 1Aug47 during the AF Day Show at Vernam Field, Jamaica; Pilot was flying the only 
					fighter in the show, dived on the field and executed two slow rolls. At the completion of 
					the second roll the aircraft lost speed, stalled, and crashed. The pilot was killed instantly. 
				89015 (MSN 1232)	
				89016 (MSN 1233)	
				89017 (MSN 1234) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Accident 29Mar49 landing at 
					Fort Knox Golf Course, KY
				89018 (MSN 1235)	
				89019 (MSN 1236) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Crashed 6May49 with fuel 
					starvation 10 miles N of Brownfield, TX; Pilot bailed out
				89020 (MSN 1237) 23rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Accident 3Jul47 taxying and destroyed by fire at Lowry Field, Denver, CO
				89021 (MSN 1238) 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Damaged 17Dec45 taxying at McClellan Field, CA
				89022 (MSN 1239)	
				89023	 (MSN 1240)	
				89024 (MSN 1241) 2114th Service Squadron,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Crashed 6Jun46 after taking off 2 miles SW of Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama
				89025 (MSN 1242) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Damaged 24Mar48 taxying at Lockbourne; 
					Force landed 28Mar49 with mechanical failure at Lockbourne
				89026 (MSN 1243) 43rd FS, 6th Fighter Wing, 6th AF, France Field, Panama Canal Zone; 
					Crash landed 14Mar46 after engine failure 5 miles NE of Cristobal, Canal Zone, Panama
				89027 (MSN 1244)	
				89028 (MSN 1245) 23rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Damaged 21Aug46 by bird strike 4 miles NE of Balboa, Canal Zone; Damaged 14Dec46 by bird strike 
					2 miles NE of Balboa, Canal Zone; 149th FS, 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; 
					Byrd Field, Richmond, VA; 
				89029 (MSN 1246)	
				89030 (MSN 1247) 23rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Ditched 17Apr46 in the Pacific near Tiquisate, Guatemala
				89031 (MSN 1248)	
				89032 (MSN 1249)	
				89033 (MSN 1250)	
				89034 (MSN 1251)	
				89035 (MSN 1252)	
				89036 (MSN 1253)	
				89037 (MSN 1254)	
				89038 (MSN 1255) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Damaged 13Nov48 in collision with 
					parked F-47N 44-89259 on the ground at Lawson AFB, GA
				89039 (MSN 1256)	
				89040 (MSN 1257)	
				89041 (MSN 1258)	
				89042 (MSN 1259)	
				89043 (MSN 1260) 2116th Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					Crash landed 28May46 5 miles NE of Cristobal, Canal Zone
				89044 (MSN 1261)	
				89045 (MSN 1262) 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Accident 26Jul45 landing in bad weather at Adams Field, AR; 561st  Base Unit, Little Rock Field, AR; 
					Accident 18Aug45 landing at Adams Field, AR
				89046 (MSN 1263) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Accident 12Sep48 with mechanical 
					failure taking off at Epler Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, FL; 
					HQ Squadron, 54th FG, Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA; Crashed 4May50 landing and destroyed by 
					fire at Wood CAP, GA; Pilot killed
				89047 (MSN 1264) 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Force landed 25Jul45 with mechanical failure at Winslow Municipal Airport, AZ
				89048 (MSN 1265)	
				89049 (MSN 1266)	
				89050 (MSN 1267)	
				89051 (MSN 1268) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh 
					Airport, PA; "Eadie Mae"
				89052 (MSN 1269)	
				89053 (MSN 1270)	
				89054 (MSN 1271)	
				89055 (MSN 1272)	
				89056 (MSN 1273)	
				89057 (MSN 1274)	
				89058 (MSN 1275)	
				89059 (MSN 1276)	
				89060 (MSN 1277)	
				89061 (MSN 1278)	
				89062 (MSN 1279)	
				89063 (MSN 1280)	
				89064 (MSN 1281)	
				89065 (MSN 1282)	
				89066 (MSN 1283)	
				89067 (MSN 1284)	
				89068 (MSN 1285)	
				89069 (MSN 1286)	
				89070 (MSN 1287)	
				89071 (MSN 1288) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Crashed 20Mar48 10 miles S of 
					Painterville, TX; Pilot killed
				89072 (MSN 1289) 4104th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Rome Field, NY; Damaged 18Oct46 with 
					mechanical failure taxying at Rome Field, NY
				89073 (MSN 1290)	
				89074 (MSN 1291)	
				89075 (MSN 1292)	
				89076 (MSN 1293)	
				89077 (MSN 1294)	
				89078 (MSN 1295) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 4Aug45 on the ground at Kirtland Field, NM; 556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, 
					Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Accident 31Aug45 after engine failure 
					taking off at Long Beach
				89079 (MSN 1296)	
				89080 (MSN 1297)	
				89081 (MSN 1298)	
				89082 (MSN 1299)	
				89083 (MSN 1300)	
44-89084/89283		Republic P-47N-20-RE Thunderbolt
				89084 (MSN 1301)	
				89085 (MSN 1302) 555th Base Unit, 5th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Accident 3Aug45 landing with mechanical failure at Amarillo Field, TX
				89086 (MSN 1303)	
				89087 (MSN 1304)	
				89088 (MSN 1305)	
				89089 (MSN 1306)	
				89090 (MSN 1307)	
				89091 (MSN 1308)	
				89092 (MSN 1309)			
				89093 (MSN 1310)	
				89094 (MSN 1311)	
				89095 (MSN 1312)	
				89096 (MSN 1313)	
				89097 (MSN 1314) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; 
					Marietta AFB, Atlanta, GA; Accident 26Jun49 after engine failure taking off at Marietta
				89098 (MSN 1315) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, 
					San Juan, Puerto Rico; TOC Nov49
				89099 (MSN 1316)	
				89100 (MSN 1317) 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard
				89101 (MSN 1318)	
				89102 (MSN 1319)	
				89103 (MSN 1320) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, 
					Logan Airport, Boston, MA; Damaged 22Aug49 in collision on the ground with parked F-47D 
					45-49393 at Grenier AFB
				89104 (MSN 1321)	
				89105 (MSN 1322)	
				89106 (MSN 1323) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crashed15Jun47 2 miles W of Windsor Locks; Pilot killed
				89107 (MSN 1324) 4112th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA; 
					Redesignated TP-47N; Crash landed 3Oct47 after engine failure one mile N of Olmsted Field
				89108 (MSN 1325) 128th FS [FE-108 then A], 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; 
					Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA; 1949
				89109 (MSN 1326) A-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Damaged 16Dec46 taxying in collision with P-47N 44-89130 at Williams Field
				89110 (MSN 1327) 23rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, 
					Canal Zone, Panama; Damaged taxying 14Aug47 at Howard Field
				89111 (MSN 1328) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; 
					Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; Accident 23Apr47 when nosed over landing at Marietta; 
					118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group,  
					Eastern Air Defense Command, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Force landed 18Aug51 
					with engine failure and destroyed by fire at Easthampton Airport, NY
				89112 (MSN 1329)	
				89113 (MSN 1330) A-3 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar47 with P-47N 44-88342, 10 miles SW of Chandler, AZ; Pilot bailed out
				89114 (MSN 1331)	
				89115 (MSN 1332) 22nd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, 
					Canal Zone, Panama; Accident 27Aug47 landing at Howard Field
				89116 (MSN 1333)	
				89117 (MSN 1334) 23rd FS, 36th FG,  Caribbean Defense Command, Howard Field, 
					Canal Zone, Panama; Crashed 18May47 2 miles NE of Balboa, Canal Zone, Panama; Pilot killed
				89118 (MSN 1335)	
				89119 (MSN 1336)	
				89120 (MSN 1337)	
				89121 (MSN 1338)	
				89122 (MSN 1339) A Squadron, 4136th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK, 
					Accident 11Aug47 landing at Kirtland Field, NM
				89123 (MSN 1340) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, 
					Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
				89124 (MSN 1341)	
				89125 (MSN 1342)	
				89126 (MSN 1343)	
				89127 (MSN 1344)	
				89128 (MSN 1345)	
				89129 (MSN 1346) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, 
					Logan Airport, Boston, MA; Damaged 29Jun47 taxying at Logan Airport
				89130 (MSN 1347) A-1 Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 
					Damaged 16Dec46 taxying in collision with P-47N 44-89109 at Williams Field
				89131 (MSN 1348) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, 
					Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; "Little Nell"; 147th FS, 112th FG, 
					Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 198th FS, 
					Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 198th Fighter-Interceptor 
					Squadron; Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; Rented to Nicaraguan government; 
					Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua May54; Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; 
					Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional 
					Nicaragua 9Jun54as serial 73; WFU 1961 after a heavy landing at Managua when the landing 
					gears were pushed up through the wings; Scrapped 
				89132 (MSN 1349)	
				89133 (MSN 1350)	
				89134 (MSN 1351)	
				89135 (MSN 1352)	
				89136 (MSN 1353) on display at Cavanaugh Flight Museum, TX.  Registered as N47TB with American Airpower
					Heritage Flying Museum of Midland, TX Sep 6, 1991.  Crashed Mar 21, 2002 Albuquerque IAP, NM due to engine failure.
					Pilot slightly injured, plane suffered major damage.   Still current.	
				89137 (MSN 1354)	
				89138 (MSN 1355)	
				89139 (MSN 1356)	
				89140 (MSN 1357) [FE-140 then B], 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH 
				89141 (MSN 1358)	
				89142 (MSN 1359)	
				89143 (MSN 1360)	
				89144 (MSN 1361)	
				89145 (MSN 1362)	
				89146 (MSN 1363)	
				89147 (MSN 1364)	
				89148 (MSN 1365)	
				89149 (MSN 1366)	
				89150 (MSN 1367)	
				89151 (MSN 1368)	
				89152 (MSN 1369)	
				89153 (MSN 1370)	
				89154 (MSN 1371)	
				89155 (MSN 1372)	
				89156 (MSN 1373)	
				89157 (MSN 1374)	
				89158 (MSN 1375)	
				89159 (MSN 1376)	
				89160 (MSN 1377)	
				89161 (MSN 1378)	
				89162 (MSN 1379)	
				89163 (MSN 1380)	
				89164 (MSN 1381)	
				89165 (MSN 1382)	
				89166 (MSN 1383)	
				89167 (MSN 1384)	
				89168 (MSN 1385)	
				89169 (MSN 1386)	
				89170 (MSN 1387)	
				89171 (MSN 1388)	
				89172 (MSN 1389)	
				89173 (MSN 1390)	
				89174 (MSN 1391)	
				89175 (MSN 1392)	
				89176 (MSN 1393)	
				89177 (MSN 1394)	
				89178 (MSN 1395)	
				89179 (MSN 1396)	
				89180 (MSN 1397)	
				89181 (MSN 1398)	
				89182 (MSN 1399)	
				89183 (MSN 1400) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 20Jul45landing at Greater Pittsburgh Airport
				89184 (MSN 1401)	
				89185 (MSN 1402)	
				89186	 (MSN 1403)	
				89187 (MSN 1404)	
				89188 (MSN 1405)	
				89189 (MSN 1406)	
				89190 (MSN 1407)	
				89191 (MSN 1408)	
				89192 (MSN 1409)	
				89193 (MSN 1410)	
				89194 (MSN 1411)	
				89195 (MSN 1412)	
				89196 (MSN 1413)	
				89197 (MSN 1414)	
				89198 (MSN 1415)	
				89199 (MSN 1416)	
				89200 (MSN 1417)	
				89201 (MSN 1418)	
				89202 (MSN 1419)	
				89203 (MSN 1420)	
				89204 (MSN 1421)	
				89205 (MSN 1422)	
				89206 (MSN 1423)	
				89207 (MSN 1424)	
				89208 (MSN 1425)	
				89209 (MSN 1426)	
				89210 (MSN 1427)	
				89211 (MSN 1428)	
				89212 (MSN 1429)	
				89213 (MSN 1430) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, 
					San Juan, Puerto Rico; "The Little 'Jug' King"; 198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; 
					Museum of Speed, Daytona Beach, FL c1960; Parts to the Confederate AF, Midland, TX; 
					Wing used in rebuild of P-47D 44-89436
				89214 (MSN 1431)	
				89215 (MSN 1432)	
				89216 (MSN 1433)	
				89217 (MSN 1434)	
				89218 (MSN 1435)	
				89219 (MSN 1436)	
				89220 (MSN 1437)	
				89221 (MSN 1438)	
				89222 (MSN 1439)	
				89223 (MSN 1440)	
				89224 (MSN 1441)	
				89225 (MSN 1442)	
				89226 (MSN 1443)	
				89227 (MSN 1444)	
				89228 (MSN 1445) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; L'École de Chasse, Meknès [BE708], 
					French Morocco; Accident 27Jun49 near El Djeina, French Morocco
				89229 (MSN 1446)	
				89230 (MSN 1447)	
				89231 (MSN 1448)	
				89232 (MSN 1449)	
				89233 (MSN 1450)	
				89234 (MSN 1451)	
				89235 (MSN 1452)	
				89236 (MSN 1453)	
				89237 (MSN 1454)	
				89238 (MSN 1455) 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Crash landed 1Aug45 
					in bad weather 8 miles SE of Gambier, OH; All Weather Flying Center, 4152nd Base Unit, 
					Clinton County Airport, Wilmington, OH; "All Weather Flying Center"
				89239 (MSN 1456)	
				89240 (MSN 1457)	
				89241 (MSN 1458)	
				89242 (MSN 1459)	
				89243 (MSN 1460)	
				89244 (MSN 1461)	
				89245 (MSN 1462)	
				89246 (MSN 1463)	
				89247 (MSN 1464)	
				89248 (MSN 1465)	
				89249 (MSN 1466)	
				89250 (MSN 1467)	
				89251 (MSN 1468)	
				89252 (MSN 1469)	
				89253 (MSN 1470)	
				89254 (MSN 1471)	
				89255 (MSN 1472) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, 
					New Castle County Airport, DE; Crash landed 13Aug49 after engine failure at New Castle
				89256 (MSN 1473)	
				89257 (MSN 1474)	
				89258 (MSN 1475)	
				89259 (MSN 1476) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; 
					Damaged 13Nov48 while parked in collision by F-47N 44-89038 on the ground at Lawson AFB, GA; 
					198th FS; Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, 
					Puerto Rico; "Alile IV"; Accident 19Apr53 landing at Isla Grande; 
					198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Accident 19Apr53 landing at Isla Grande; 
					Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; Rented to Nicaraguan government; Fuerza Aérea de 
					la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua May54; Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; Operated by 
					US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional 
					Nicaragua 9Jun54 as serial 69; Crashed and burned at Las Mercedes, Managua, Nicaragua 1960 
				89260 (MSN 1477)	
				89261 (MSN 1478)	
				89262 (MSN 1479) 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Crashed 17Sep45 with mechanical failure 4 miles NW of Black, MO; Pilot killed
				89263 (MSN 1480)	
				89264 (MSN 1481)	
				89265	(MSN 1482)	198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, 
					San Juan, Puerto Rico; 198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron; Loaned to US Central 
					Intelligence Agency; Rented to Nicaraguan government; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional 
					Nicaragua May54; Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua 
					in Operation 'PBSuccess'; Combat damaged and crashed Crashed 29Jun54 at Quetzaltepeque, 
					Chiquimula, Guatemala
				89266 (MSN 1483)	
				89267 (MSN 1484)	
				89268 (MSN 1485)	
				89269 (MSN 1486)	
				89270 (MSN 1487)	
				89271 (MSN 1488)	
				89272 (MSN 1489) 99th FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; 
					Mid air collision 12Jun48 with a towed target 20 miles SW of Eglin AFB, FL
				89273 (MSN 1490)	
				89274 (MSN 1491)	
				89275 (MSN 1492)	
				89276 (MSN 1493)	
				89277 (MSN 1494) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; 
					Damaged 3May49 by bomb blast 40 miles NE of Las Vegas, NV; 118th FS, 
					103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 8Aug50 in collision with F-47N 44-89401 taxying at Groton Field, CT; 469th 
					Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 516th Air Defense Group, McGhee Tyson AFB, Knoxville, TN; 
					Damaged 24May53 taxying at McGhee Tyson AFB
				89278 (MSN 1495)	
				89279 (MSN 1496) 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Crash landed 15Sep45 after engine failure at Independence Field, MO
				89280 (MSN 1497)	
				89281 (MSN 1498)	
				89282 (MSN 1499)	
				89283 (MSN 1500) Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA; Accident 15Dec52 when ground looped 
					taking off at Amarillo AFB, TX				
44-89284/89450		Republic P-47N-25-RE Thunderbolt
				Last Thunderbolt production at Farmingdale.
				89284 (MSN 1501)	
				89285 (MSN 1502) 2754th Air Base Group, Air Materiel Command, Holloman AFB, Alamogordo, NM; 
					Crashed 28Sep48 7 miles NNE of Alamogordo, NM; Pilot killed
				89286 (MSN 1503)	
				89287 (MSN 1504)	
				89288 (MSN 1505)	
				89289 (MSN 1506)	
				89290 (MSN 1507)	
				89291 (MSN 1508)
				89292 (MSN 1509) B-4 Squadron, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Accident 5Aug45 landing at Winslow Municipal Airport, AZ
				89293	 (MSN 1510) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 9th AF, Lockbourne AFB, OH; Forced landing 3Feb48 with 
					mechanical failure at Lockbourne
				89294 (MSN 1511)	
				89295 (MSN 1512)	
				89296 (MSN 1513)	
				89297 (MSN 1514) 614th Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Weide Field, Edgewood Arsenal, MD; 
					Accident 27Jan46 landing at Tri-City Airport, TN
				89298 (MSN 1515) B Squadron, 611th Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; 
					Damaged 13Dec46 in collision with P-47N 44-89326 taxying at Eglin Field
				89299 (MSN 1516) 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Damaged 9Aug45 taxying at Farmingdale
				89300 (MSN 1517) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico
					Damaged 24Nov48 with mechanical failure taxying at Isla Grande
				89301 (MSN 1518)	
				89302 (MSN 1519) 128th FS [PE-302], 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 1946
				89303 (MSN 1520) National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Langley Research Center; August 9, 1945 to December 27, 1950
				89304 (MSN 1521) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Force landed 26Apr51 with mechanical failure at Phillips Field, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
				89305 (MSN 1522) 105th FS, 118th FG, Tennessee Air National Guard, Berry Field, Nashville, TN; 
					Damaged 9Jul50 taxying at Myrtle Beach AFB, SC
				89306 (MSN 1523) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Damaged 30Aug47 taxying at Logan Airport
				89307 (MSN 1524)	
				89308 (MSN 1525)	
				89309 (MSN 1526) 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Force landed 12Aug45 after engine failure 7 miles NE of Rock Springs, WY
				89310 (MSN 1527) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Damaged 16Feb49 taxying at Floyd Bennett Field, NY; Damaged 6Jul49 taxying at Logan Airport
				89311 (MSN 1528) 5th Ferrying Group; Air Transport Command, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Force landed 10Aug45 after engine failure 3 miles SW of Patriot, IN
				89312 (MSN 1529)	
				89313 (MSN 1530)	
				89314 (MSN 1531)	
				89315 (MSN 1532)	
				89316 (MSN 1533) Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; Accident 6Feb47 landing in bad 
					weather at Hill Field, UT; 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 9Aug50 taxying at Groton Field, CT; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 
					4709th Defense Wing, Air Defense Command, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; 
					Crashed 18Apr52 after losing control 3 miles SE of Flanders, Long Island, NY; Pilot killed
				89317 (MSN 1534) 147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Ditched 5May51 after engine failure into the Atlantic Ocean 6 miles E of Ocean City, NJ
				89318 (MSN 1535) 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 1st AF, Lockbourne AAB, OH; Accident 15May47 
					landing at Lockbourne
				89319 (MSN 1536)	
				89320 (MSN 539-C1537) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, 
					Puerto Rico; 198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Puerto Rico Department of Education 1955; 
					Miguel Such Vocational School, San Juan, PR 1955; Loaned to Puerto Rico Air National Guard 
					for 20th Anniversary 1967; Muniz Air National Guard Base, Isla Verde, PR as gate guard 1967; 
					Major Gabriel I. Penagarico / Thunderbolt Inc, Santurce, Puerto Rico 1970; 
					registered N345GP; 13Jun72, cancelled 10Dec80; Restored San Juan for Puerto Rico Air 
					National Guard 25th Anniversary, first flight 20Sep72 as "489320, Code SA-Z"; 
					Damaged 10Jun77 when tipped on nose at Myrtle Beach AFB, SC; Impounded by US Government 
					for a breach of sale conditions 1977; USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to 96th TW, 
					Eglin AFB, FL; Preserved and on display at the USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL Nov78; 
					Displayed as 89320, Code 126 "Expected Goose" 
				89321	 (MSN 1538)	
				89322 (MSN 1539) Redesignated TP-47N; E Squadron, 621st Base Unit,  Proving Ground Command, 
					Pinecastle Field, Orlando, FL; Accident 22Aug46 after engine failure at Pinecastle
				89323 (MSN 1540) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Damaged 1Feb48 taxying at Key Field; 153rd FS, 108th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, 
					Turner AFB, Albany, GA; Mid air collision 15Nov51 with F-47N 44-88621, 8 miles N of Albany, GA; 
					Pilot killed
				89324 (MSN 1541)	
				89325 (MSN 1542) B Squadron [PE-325], 611th Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL; Damaged 8Oct46 in accident on the ground at Eglin Field
				89326 (MSN 1543) B Squadron [PE-326], 611th Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, 
					Valparaiso, FL; Damaged 13Dec46 in collision with P-47N 44-89298 taxying at Eglin Field
				89327 (MSN 1544) E Squadron, 621st Base Unit,  Proving Ground Command, Pinecastle Field, Orlando, FL; 
					Crash landed 7May46 at Orlando Field, FL; Crash landed 17Aug46 with fuel starvation 2 miles E of 
					Concord, KY
				89328 (MSN 1545)	
				89329 (MSN 1546) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Damaged 27Jun48 in collision with P-47N 44-89408 at Marietta; Accident 1May49 landing in 
					bad weather at Atlanta Municipal Airport, GA; 153rd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 108th 
					Fighter-Bomber Group, Mississippi Air National Guard, Godman AFB, Fort Knox, KY; 
					Damaged 30Jul52 taxying at Pierce Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, FL
				89330 (MSN 1547) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Force landed 19Dec48 with mechanical failure 4 miles W of Lynn, MA
				89331 (MSN 1548) HQ Squadron, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Crashed 3May47 when nosed over on take-off at Hill Field, Ogden, UT
				89332	 (MSN 1549) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Eastern Air Defense Command, 
					Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Accident 3Jan52 landing at Suffolk County; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4709th Defense Wing, Air Defense Command, 
					Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Accident 14May52 after the engine failed taking off at Suffolk County
				89333 (MSN 1550)	
				89334 (MSN 1551) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Eastern Air Defense Command, 
					Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Crash landed 29Oct51 after engine failure at Gardiners Island, NY
				89335 (MSN 1552) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Accident 14Jun49 landing at Marietta
				89336 (MSN 1553)	
				89337 (MSN 1554) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico
				89338 (MSN 1555)	
				89339 (MSN 1556) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; 
					Accident 25Mar48 landing at New Castle
				89340 (MSN 1557)	
				89341 (MSN 1558) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Accident 20May50 when ground looped landing at Dobbins AFB, GA
				89342 (MSN 1559)	
				89343 (MSN 1560)	
				89344 (MSN 1561) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
				89345 (MSN 1562)	
				89346 (MSN 1563) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 24May49 8 miles W of Bradley; Pilot killed
				89347 (MSN 1564) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Accident 20Jul47 landing at Otis Field, MA; Accident 18Dec48 taking off at Logan MAP
				89348 (MSN 1565) 49th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; Force landed 24Sep48 
					after engine failure at Dow AFB; USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to 37th TRW, Lackland AFB, TX; 
					Preserved and on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX; 
					Renamed as the USAF Airman Heritage Museum; Displayed as P-47D 489348, Code HV-A [56th FG]. 
					To be consolidated into the Enlisted Heritage and Character Development Center to open in October 2017
				89349 (MSN 1566) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE
				89350 (MSN 1567) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; 
					Crashed 13May49 at New Castle County Airport; Pilot killed
				89351 (MSN 1568) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Crash landed 13Apr47 with fuel starvation at NAS Atlanta, GA
				89352 (MSN 1569)	
				89353 (MSN 1570) Georgia Air National Guard
				89354 (MSN 1571) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; 
					Accident 1Jun47 landing at Sussex County Airport, DE
				89355 (MSN 1572)	
				89356 (MSN 1573) 48th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Damaged 13May46 taxying at Dow Field; Accident 13Oct47 landing at Dow Field
				89357 (MSN 1574) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Damaged 29Jun49 taxying at Hunter AFB, GA
				89358 (MSN 1575) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Accident 15Feb50 on take-off and deestroyed by fire at Key Field
				89359 (MSN 1576)	
				89360 (MSN 1577) 102nd	 FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard; 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air 
					National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Ditched 5Aug48 after the 
					engine failed in Guajataca Lake, 6 miles NW of San Sebastian, PR; Reclaimed 21Mar49
				89361 (MSN 1578) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; 
				89362 (MSN 1579) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4709th Defense Wing, Air Defense Command, Suffolk 
					County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Accident 19Apr52 when ground looped landing at Suffolk County
				89363 (MSN 1580)	
				89364 (MSN 1581) 57th FG, Alaskan Air Command, Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, AK.  Accident 25Feb48 
					after engine failure at Hill AFB, UT
				89365 (MSN 1582)	
				89366 (MSN 1583) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Damaged 20Nov49 by bird strike 2 miles E of Boston
				89367 (MSN 1584)	
				89368 (MSN 1585) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Damaged 10Dec48 in collision with parked T-6C 42-44205 at Hawkins Field, MS
				89369 (MSN 1586) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Crashed 25Oct49 landing at Marietta; Pilot killed
				89370 (MSN 1587) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crash landed 26Dec48 after engine failure at Bradley
				89371 (MSN 1588)	
				89372 (MSN 1589)	
				89373 (MSN 1590) 49th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Crash landed 29May48 after engine failure one mile NW of Dow Field
				89374 (MSN 1591) 48th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Accident 14Oct47 landing with mechanical failure at Dow Field; 
					198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					TOC Jul48; Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK; Reclaimed Tinker AFB
				89375 (MSN 1592) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Damaged 25Jul49 in collision with F-47N 44-88892 at Duke Auxiliary Field, FL
				89376 (MSN 1593) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Damaged 26May49 taxying at Marietta; Accident 5Feb50 in 'friendly fire' incident with 
					F-47N 44-89390, 40 miles NW of Chatham Field, GA
				89377 (MSN 1594)	
				89378 (MSN 1595)	
				89379 (MSN 1596) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Crash landed 29Mar47 at Logan Airport
				89380 (MSN 1597) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Crashed 25Aug49 after engine failure 6 miles W of Grenier AFB, NH; Pilot killed
				89381 (MSN 1598) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 26Feb50 when ground looped landing at Bradley
				89382 (MSN 1599) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crash landed 22Aug48 after engine failure 8 miles NW of Hartford, CT
				89383 (MSN 1600) 4136th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK, 
					Force landed 1Jul47 after engine failure at Lowry Field, Denver, CO
				89384 (MSN 1601)	
				89385 (MSN 1602)	
				89386 (MSN 1603) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico
					Damaged 13Aug49 with mechanical failure taxying at Ramey AFB, PR
				89387 (MSN 1604)	
				89388 (MSN 1605) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					Damaged 22Jan50 by bird strike 20 miles from Key Field
				89389 (MSN 1606) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA
				89390 (MSN 1607) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Damaged 5Feb50 in 'friendly fire' incident with F-47N 44-89376, 40 miles NW of Chatham Field, GA
				89391 (MSN 1608) 49th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Damaged 7Aug47 in collision with F-47N 44-89437 at Dow Field; 
					128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Damaged 21Jul49 taxying at Pierce Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, FL; 
					469th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 516th Air Defense Group, McGhee Tyson AFB, Knoxville, TN; 
					Damaged 27Dec52 taxying at McGhee Tyson MAP; Accident 16May53 near McGhee Tyson MAP
				89392 (MSN 1609) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					153rd FS, 108th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Turner AFB, Albany, GA; 
					153rd Fighter-Escort Squadron, 108th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Mississippi Air 
					National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					153rd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 108th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Mississippi Air National Guard, 
					Godman AFB, Fort Knox, KY; Force landed 19Sep52 on fire at Godman AFB
				89393 (MSN 1610)	
				89394 (MSN 1611) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Damaged 31Mar51 taxying at Greater Pittsburgh
				89395 (MSN 1612)	
				89396 (MSN 1613) 48th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Crash landed 5Dec47 after engine failure at Dow Field
				89397 (MSN 1614) 37th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Accident 14Jul48 landing at Dow Field
				89398 (MSN 1615) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					Damaged 7Nov48 by bird strike 2 miles N of Logan Airport
				89399 (MSN 1616) 37th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Damaged 28Mar47 when nosed over taxying at Dow Field; Crashed 20Oct47 near Searsport, ME; Pilot killed
				89400 (MSN 1617) 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, 
					San Juan, Puerto Rico; Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; Rented to Nicaraguan government; 
					Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua May54; Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; 
					Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; Combat damaged and crashed in Honduras Jun54 
				89401 (MSN 1618) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 21Jun47 taxying at Bradley Field; Damaged 8Aug50 in collision with F-47N 44-89277 
					taxying at Groton Field, CT
				89402 (MSN 1619) 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Eastern 
					Air Defense Command, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Accident 17Jun51 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Suffolk County, NY
				89403 (MSN 1620) 128th FS [PE-403], 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					105th FS, 118th FG, Tennessee Air National Guard, Berry Field, Nashville, TN; 
					Damaged 12Jul50 taxying at Myrtle Beach AFB, SC
				89404 (MSN 1621) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; 
					Accident 18Sep49 landing with mechanical failure at New Castle; Redesignated TF-47N; 
					103rd Air Base Group, Brainard Field, Hartford, CT; Mid air collision 18Apr51 with P-47N 
					44-88827 3 miles SW of Bradley Field; 
				89405 (MSN 1622)	
				89406 (MSN 1623) Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist AF as serial F-47306; Written off
				89407 (MSN 1624) 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, 
					Eastern Air Defense Command, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Accident 22Jun51 with 
					mechanical failure at Suffolk County, NY
				89408 (MSN 1625) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Damaged 27Jun48 in collision with P-47N 44-89329 at Marietta; 
					37th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Accident 17Oct47 after engine failure at Dow Field
				89409 (MSN 1626) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 1Apr50 taxying at Bradley Field
				89410 (MSN 1627)	
				89411 (MSN 1628) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Crashed 1Feb48 after engine failure 4 miles N of Woodstock, GA; Pilot bailed out
				89412 (MSN 1629)	
				89413 (MSN 1630)	
				89414 (MSN 1631) [PE-414], Air Training Command, Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
				89415 (MSN 1632)	
				89416 (MSN 1633) 37th FS [FE-416], 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
				89417 (MSN 1634) 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Damaged 9Oct45 by fire at Chanute Field, IL; 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, 
					Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico
				89418 (MSN 1635)	
				89419 (MSN 1636)	
				89420 (MSN 1637)	
				89421 (MSN 1638) 101st FS, 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard, Logan Airport, Boston, MA; 
					47th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 518th Air Defense Group, Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY
				89422 (MSN 1639) 48th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Crashed 15Apr49 2 miles SE of Riverton, CT; Pilot killed
				89423 (MSN 1640) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					153rd FS, 108th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Turner AFB, Albany, GA; 
					Accident 1Oct51 landing at Albany AFB, GA
				89424 (MSN 1641) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 13Apr47 after engine failure 2 miles W of Cobalt, CT; Pilot bailed out
				89425 (MSN 1642) 199th FS, Territory of Hawaii Air National Guard, Hickam AFB, Honolulu, O’ahu, TH; 
					"Wild Hair"; 146th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					147th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					Accident 18Feb51 when contacted the ground in bad weather 2 miles SW of Pittsburgh, PA; 
					198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					American Legion Post 34, Shortsville, NY 1968; USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to Sampson AFB, 
					Seneca Falls, NY as gate guard; on loan to Stewart AFB, Newburgh, NY Oct69; 
					On loan to Perrin AFB, Denison, TX as gate guard 1970; on loan to Peterson AFB, Colorado 
					Springs, CO May71; Preserved and displayed on a pole until 16Jul02 when removed from pole 
					for static restoration in the Colorado Springs Old City Hangar Museum; 
					On loan to 21st Space Wing, Peterson AFB; Preserved and on display at Peterson Air and 
					Space Museum, Colorado Springs, CO 2004; Displayed as 489425/PR ANG “Wild Hair” 
				89426 (MSN 1643)	
				89427 (MSN 1644) 48th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Crash landed 13Jun47 at Dow Field
				89428 (MSN 1645) 37th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Accident 16Jun47 landing at Dow Field
				89429 (MSN 1646) 102nd FG, Massachusetts Air National Guard	
				89430 (MSN 1647) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE
				89431 (MSN 1648)	
				89432 (MSN 1649) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 24Jun49 42 miles NE of Bradley; Pilot killed
				89433 (MSN 1650) 49th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; 
					Crash landed 2Jul47 after engine failure at Dow Field; Force landed 25Mar49 with fuel 
					starvation one mile E of Weldon, NC
				89434 (MSN 1651)	
				89435 (MSN 1652) 128th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, Atlanta, GA; 
					Accident 6Sep47 due engine failure at Marietta
				89436 (MSN 1653) 118th FS, 103rd FG, Connecticut Air National Guard, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Eastern Air Defense Command, 
					Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4709th Defense Wing, 
					Air Defense Command, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY; Damaged 27Jul52 when nosed over 
					taxying at Suffolk County; 198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, 
					Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; 
					Rented to Nicaraguan government; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua 16Jun54; 
					Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; 
					Fuerza Aerea Guatemalteca as serial 0568; La Aurora, Guatemala City; Flown by Jerry DeLarm Amador; 
					No evidence of ownership by Guatemala, later returned to Nicaragua in exchange for a F-51 Mustang; 
					Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua 13Dec5471; Believed to have shot down a 
					Costa Rican F-51D Mustang 15Jan55, the only known time that a Mustang and a Thunderbolt faced 
					each other in combat and was the last Thunderbolt to have an aerial victory; 
					Dick Disney/ Confederate AF, Texas 1962; Registered N478C; Lloyd P. Nolan/ Thunderbolt & Co, 
					Mercedes, TX; Delivered ex Managua 7Feb63; Reregistered N47TB, current [Jan17]; 
					Confederate AF, Harlingen, TX 1970; Crashed 29Apr71 when struck a tree during a forced 
					landing due fuel expiry, Vero Beach, FL; Rebuilt 1976, later flew as USAAF "UN-S"; 
					Damaged 23Mar84 when right landing gear collapsed on landing; Loaned to Cavanaugh Flight 
					Museum, Addison, Dallas, TX 1994/2008. On approach to land at Addison 16Oct00, a brake 
					check found the right brake not working. Upon touch down the right brake was locked and 
					left brake was applied to stabilize landing. As a result of the locked brake and heavy 
					brake action, the aircraft departed the runway and nosed over. Repaired, flew 
					as "Lil Meaties Meat Chopper". 
					On March 22, 2002 the aircraft was substantially damaged when it impacted the runway 
					during an emergency landing just after take-off from the Albuquerque International Airport, 
					Albuquerque, NM. The flight was the first since the engine had been overhauled. 
					During the initial take-off climb, just as the pilot reached for the landing gear lever, 
					the cockpit filled with black smoke, and the engine began to lose power. The tower controller 
					then reported to the pilot that the airplane was on fire. The pilot executed a forced 
					landing back to the runway, which had some length remaining. The airplane impacted the 
					ground, and an intense fire erupted (the pilot observed a flash fire through the cockpit). 
					The airplane slid 1,000 feet and came to rest upright. Examination of the airplane 
					revealed that the exhaust interconnect tube to the exhaust collector for the #10 cylinder 
					was protruding through the inlet duct of the lower cheek cowl, and was disconnected 
					from the cylinder. The area around the opening exhibited severe heat distress, 
					consistent with a fire. Registered to and operated by the American Airpower Heritage 
					Flying Museum Inc., of Midland, TX, doing business as the Commemorative AF. Current [Jan17]
					[USCR quotes ID as 453436 (later 44-89136), CAF IDs airframe as 44-53436, other sources 
					ID airframe as 44-88436 or 45-53456 or 44-89436]
				89437 (MSN 1654) 49th FS, 14th FG, Air Defense Command, Dow Field, Bangor, ME; Damaged 7Aug47 
					in collision with F-47N 44-89391 at Dow Field; Accident 15Jan48 landing at Dow Field
				89438 (MSN 1655) 153rd FS, 117th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS; 
					153rd FS, 108th FG, Mississippi Air National Guard, Turner AFB, Albany, GA; 
					Damaged 16Jun51 in 'friendly fire' incident on the Avon Park Gunnery Range, NY
				89439 (MSN 1656) 198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Loaned to US Central Intelligence Agency; 
					Rented to Nicaraguan government; Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua 16Jun54; 
					Guatemala 'Liberation AF' Jun54; Operated by US CIA from Nicaragua in Operation 'PBSuccess'; 
					Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional Nicaragua as serial 70; 
					Will W. Martin/ MACO Sales Financial Corp, Chicago IL 2Sep63; Registered as N6147U; 
					Crash landed gear-up 1964 at Managua during test-flight prior to departure on ferry to USA; 
					Registered to Thomas B Holman 25Jun65, cancelled 14Dec65; During delivery flight from Nicaragua 
					to USA 27Aug65, engine caught fire in flight, crashed and destroyed in a swamp at Vera Cruz, Mexico; 
					Pilot bailed out 
				89440 (MSN 1657)				
				89441 (MSN 1658)	
				89442 (MSN 1659) Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Damaged 9Sep47 by engine fire at Wright Field
				89443 (MSN 1660)	
				89444 (MSN 1661) This was the last standard P-47 built by Republic in November 1945; 47th Fighter-Interceptor 
					Squadron, 518th Air Defense Group, Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY; 146th FS, 112th FG, 
					Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; 
					198th FS, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, Isla Grande Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico; 
					198th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, USAF Museum Loan Program; 
					On loan to Langley AFB, VA, circa 1956; on loan to Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH, 1957; 
					On loan to Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh, PA 1973; 
					On loan to the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, Long Island, NY June 1978; 
					Preserved and on display as 489444, Code 08 “Cheek Baby”
				89445 (MSN 1662) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 11Jan46 after the engine failed on take-off at Farmingdale
				89446 (MSN 1663)	
				89447 (MSN 1664)	
				89448 (MSN 1665) 142nd FS, 108th FG, Delaware Air National Guard, New Castle County Airport, DE; 
					Mid air collision 14Sep48 3 miles NE of Rockwell, NC
				89449 (MSN 1666)	
				89450 (MSN 1667)		
44-89451/89683		Republic P-47N-RE Thunderbolt
				Contract cancelled
44-89684/90283		Republic P-47D-30-RA Thunderbolt
				89684 (MSN 4829) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Straubing [R-68], Germany; Accident 17May45 landing at Straubing
				89685 (MSN 4830)	
				89686 (MSN 4831)	
				89687 (MSN 4832) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70785; Alay/3 Bl; WFU
				89688 (MSN 4833) 527th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; To Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89689 (MSN 4834) 556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; 
					Accident 14Mar45 taxying at Newark, NJ; 119th FS, 108th FG, New Jersey Air National Guard, 
					Newark Airport, NJ; Accident 14May49 landing at Newark
				89690 (MSN 4835) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 28Apr49 
					landing at Neubiberg AFB, West Germany
				89691 (MSN 4836) 158th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Chatham Field, Savannah, GA; 
					Crash landed 22Apr50 wheels up after engine failure 6 miles S of Chatham, GA
				89692 (MSN 4837) 365th FS [CH-H], 358th FG, 9th AF, Crashed 25Apr45 damaged by flak; Pilot 
					bailed out and returned
				89693 (MSN 4838)	
				89694 (MSN 4839)	
				89695 (MSN 4840)	
				89696 (MSN 4841)	
				89697 (MSN 4842)	
				89698 (MSN 4843)	
				89699 (MSN 4844) 85th Air Base Group, USAFE; Erding AAB, West Germany; 
					Crashed 10Aug49 2 miles W of Velden, West Germany; Pilot killed
				89700 (MSN 4845) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; "Lady Jo Ann II"; Crashed 30Apr45 after striking 
					trees while swerving to avoid flak during a strafing run on German armoured stock near 
					Domažlice, Czechoslovakia; MACR 14219.  Pilot killed [last US airman to be KIA in European theatre]
				89701 (MSN 4846)	
				89702 (MSN 4847) 139th FS, 107th FG, New York Air National Guard; Schenectady County Airport, NY; 
					104th FS, 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard; Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD; 
					Force landed 25Feb50 after engine failure 3 miles N of Salisbury Municipal Airport, MD
				89703 (MSN 4848)	
				89704 (MSN 4849)	
				89705 (MSN 4850) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Crashed 26Apr45 after striking trees during strafing 
					vehicles near Mainburg, Germany; Pilot killed.  MACR 14153
				89706 (MSN 4851) 365th FS [CH-O], 358th FG, 9th AF; 86th FG, 12th AF, 
				89707 (MSN 4852)	
				89708 (MSN 4853) 313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF in takeoff accident at Giebelstadt Airfield Y-90, 
					Bavaria, Germany Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.	
				89709 (MSN 4854) 313th FS, 50th FG, 12th AF, Giebelstadt [Y-90], Würzburg, Germany; 
					Damaged 25Apr45 on take-off from Giebelstadt
				89710 (MSN 4855)	
				89711 (MSN 4856) 526th FS [49], 86th FG, 12th AF
				89712 (MSN 4857) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4626; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; WFU 15Oct53
				89713 (MSN 4858)	
				89714 (MSN 4859) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70339; Alay/3 Bl; WFU
				89715 (MSN 4860)	
				89716	 (MSN 4861) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 2Sep48 with 
					engine failure taking off at Neubiberg AB, West Germany
				89717 (MSN 4862)	
				89718 (MSN 4863) 325th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 6Apr49 
					taxying at Neubiberg AB, West Germany
				89719 (MSN 4864) 509th FS [G9-Z], 405th FG, 9th AF, Ophoven [Y-32], Belgium; Damaged 24Apr45 
					by bird strike at Ophoven
				89720 (MSN 4865) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70159; Alay/2 Bl; WFU
				89721 (MSN 4866)	
				89722 (MSN 4867) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70925; Alay/4 Bl; WFU
				89723 (MSN 4868)	
				89724 (MSN 4869)	
				89725 (MSN 4870)	
				89726 (MSN 4871) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 2Sep48 with 
					mechanical failure 20 miles S of Munich, Germany; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as 
					serial MM4636; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; WFU Jun53
				89727 (MSN 4872) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF 
				89728 (MSN 4873) 527th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Damaged 2Sep50 taxying at Neubiberg AB, West Germany; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4621; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; [51-25]; 
					22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; WFU; Scrapped 26Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89729 (MSN 4874)	
				89730 (MSN 4875) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4633; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Force landed 17Jan51 near Caorle, Veneto
				89731 (MSN 4876)	
				89732 (MSN 4877) 107th FS, 127th FG, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI; 
					Damaged 21Mar48 by bad weather at Lockbourne, OH
				89733 (MSN 4878) 379th FS [B8-D], 362nd FG, 9th AF
				89734 (MSN 4879) 149th FS, 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; Byrd Field, Richmond, VA; 
					Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK; Overhauled for Mutual Defense 
					Aid Program; to Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 462; WFU
				89735 (MSN 4880) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4676; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					WFU; Scrapped 26Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89736 (MSN 4881) 526th FS, 86th Composite Group, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 29Apr48 taking off at Neubiberg; Accident 14Jul48 due weather landing at 
					Munich-Reim [R-82], Germany; 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 
					2nd Air Division, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Crash landed 5Apr50 after 
					engine failure 6 miles NE of Siegenburg, West Germany; Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89737	(MSN 4882)	HQ Squadron, 9th AF Service Command, USAFE, Nellingen [R-94], Stuttgart, Germany; 
					Accident landing 13Sep46 at Nellingen, Germany; Pilot  James W. Rodgers
				89738 (MSN 4883) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70289; Alay/3 Bl; WFU
				89739 (MSN 4884)	
				89740 (MSN 4885) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89741 (MSN 4886) 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4708th Defense Wing; Niagara Falls Municipal 
					Airport, NY; Damaged 1Jul52 when nosed over taxying at Niagara Falls; Accident 9Sep52 
					taking off at Niagara Falls
				89742 (MSN 4887)	
				89743 (MSN 4888) 121st FS, 113th FG, District of Columbia Air National Guard; Andrews Field, MD
				89744 (MSN 4889) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 28Aug48 
					landing at Neubiberg; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4649; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; [5-2]; WFU; Scrapped 23Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89745 (MSN 4890)	
				89746 (MSN 4891) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 15Oct48 
					landing at Neubiberg; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4653; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB [51-19]; 
					Faculty of Engineering, University of Pisa May 19, 1953; 
					Vigna di Valle Museum 1977; 30° RTA, Lecce for restoration; 
					Museo Storico Dell' Aeronautica Militare, Italiana, Vigna di Valle AB; stored dismantled at Roma-Guidonia
				89747 (MSN 4892) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4675; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Forced landing 16Oct51 at Sant'Anna di Rosà, Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza		
				89748 (MSN 4893)	
				89749 (MSN 4894)	
				89750 (MSN 4895) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 7165; WFU
				89751 (MSN 4896) 394th FS [4N-N], 367th FG, 9th AF
				89752 (MSN 4897) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for 
					Mutual Defense Aid Program; Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 468; WFU
				89753 (MSN 4898) HQ Squadron, 86th FG, 12th AF, Schweinfurt [R-25], Germany; Crash landed 
					17Dec45 wheels up after engine failure 3 miles E of Schweinfurt
				89754 (MSN 4899)	
				89755	 (MSN 4900)	
				89756 (MSN 4901)	
				89757 (MSN 4902)	
				89758 (MSN 4903) 10th Air Depot Group,  European Air Materiel Command, USAFE, Oberpfaffenhofen AAB, 
					Germany; Accident 30Mar48 after engine failure taking off at Oberpfaffenhofen
				89759 (MSN 4904) 47th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 518th Air Defense Group, Niagara Falls Municipal 
					Airport, NY; Accident 13Jan53 when ground looped taking off at Niagara Falls; 
					Mid air collision 29Apr53 at Niagara Falls
				89760 (MSN 4905) 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Accident 21Jan50 in collision with F-47D 44-89959 
					landing at Wheelus AAB, Tripoli, Libya; 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron; 
					Accident 18May50 in collision with a towed target 35 miles ENE of Wheelus AAB, Tripoli, Libya; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89761 (MSN 4906)	
				89762 (MSN 4907) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4661; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Crashed 28May51 at Vicenza, Veneto
				89763 (MSN 4908)	
				89764 (MSN 4909) 133rd FS, 101st Fighter-Interceptor Wing, New Hampshire Air National Guard, 
					Grenier AFB, Manchester, NH; Accident 31Jul51 landing at Olmsted AFB, PA
				89765 (MSN 4910) 105th FS, 118th FG, Tennessee Air National Guard, Berry Field, Nashville, TN; 
					118th Composite Group; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; 52nd Fighter-Interceptor Wing; Berry AFB, 
					Nashville, TN; 4709th Defense Wing; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; Accident 16Feb52 when nosed 
					over taking off from Auxiliary Field #6, Eglin AFB, FL
				89766 (MSN 4911) 133rd FS [FE-766], 101st Fighter-Interceptor Wing, New Hampshire Air National 
					Guard, Grenier AFB, Manchester, NH; Accident 25Aug52 taking off at Grenier
				89767 (MSN 4912) 133rd FS, 101st Fighter-Interceptor Wing, New Hampshire Air National Guard, 
					Grenier AFB, Manchester, NH; Crashed 15Jul51 after the pilot lost control one mile 
					W of Troy, NH; Pilot killed
				89768 (MSN 4913)	
				89769 (MSN 4914) 509th FS [G9-P], 405th FG, 9th AF; "Patty III" / "Sheriff Of El Sereno"; 
					47th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 518th Air Defense Group, Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY; 
					Damaged 6Feb53 in collision taxying at Griffiss AFB, NY
				89770 (MSN 4915) Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK; Overhauled for 
					Mutual Defense Aid Program; Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 463; WFU
				89771 (MSN 4916)	
				89772 (MSN 4917)	
				89773 (MSN 4918) 167th FS, 123rd FG, Kanawa Airport, WV; Damaged 25Oct47 taxying at Kanawa
				89774 (MSN 4919) 366th FS [IA-S], 358th FG, 9th AF; "Cookie VI"; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
					as serial MM4652; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; 
					Accident 30Dec52 landing at Sant'Angelo, Treviso
				89775 (MSN 4920) 121st FS, 113th FG, District of Columbia Air National Guard, Andrews AFB, MD; 
					Crashed 17Apr49 3 miles SW of Rochester, NY
				89776 (MSN 4921)	
				89777 (MSN 4922)	
				89778 (MSN 4923)	
				89779 (MSN 4924)	
				89780 (MSN 4925)	
				89781 (MSN 4926)	
				89782 (MSN 4927) 525th FS [FE-782], 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crashed 21Feb49 after mid air collision with F-47D 8 miles NW Pornbach, Germany
				89783 (MSN 4928) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89784 (MSN 4929) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Crash landed 4Nov48 
					with mechanical failure near Hohenbrunn, Germany
				89785 (MSN 4930) 513th FS [4P-F], 406th FG, 9th AF; 141st FS, 108th FG, New Jersey Air National Guard,
					Newark ANGB, NJ; 119th FS; Accident landing 26Jul47 at Fort Dix Field, NJ
				89786 (MSN 4931) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Crashed 20Jan49 after 
					midair collision with F-47D 44-33662 and 44-33803, 3 miles S of Unterhaching, Germany; Pilot killed
				89787 (MSN 4932) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; Groupe de Chasse II/6 "Travail"; 
					Accident 21Sep51 near Misserghin, Algeria; Groupe Marche 1/21 Artois [C]; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QI], Boufarik, Algeria; Accident 8Jun56 at Telergma, Algeria; 
					20e Escadre de Chasse; Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 29Aug59 near Duperré, Algeria
				89788 (MSN 4933) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Groupe de Chasse I/4 "Navarre" [3U-A], "Lt Belleville"; Accident 5Mar58 in Algeria; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QB & 20-QT], Boufarik, Algeria; 18Jun58 to 22Jul58
				89789 (MSN 4934) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis", Boufarik, Algeria; 
					Escadron d'Entraînement et de Calibration 3/10 [10-SB], Dijon [BA102], France; 
					Escadron d'Entraînement et de Calibration 3/17
				89790 (MSN 4935) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; Groupe de Chasse II/5 "Lafayette"; 
					Crashed 9Sep45 near Strasbourg, France; Pilot killed
				89791 (MSN 4936) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
				89792 (MSN 4937) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Groupe de Chasse I/4 "Navarre" [3U-Z], "Sgc Lebrun"; 
					Groupe de Chasse III/6 "Roussillon" [AF-M],
				89793 (MSN 4938) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves de l'Armée de l'Air; Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; 
					Accident 4Nov57 at Oran-La-Sénia, Algeria; 
					Escadron de Chasse 1/20 "Aurès-Nementha" [20-LQ], Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; 
					Radio call sign F-TFLQ; [20-LS], Radio call sign F-TFLS; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QG & 20-QC], Boufarik, Algeria; 
				89794 (MSN 4939) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45
				89795 (MSN 4940) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45 
				89796 (MSN 4941) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Bizerte Sidi Ahmed, Tunisia [BA156]; Accident 13Feb51 at Bizerte Sidi Ahmed, Tunisia
				89797 (MSN 4942) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					3e Escadre de Chasse; Force landed 7Oct47 with mechanical failure near Seemoos, Germany
				89798 (MSN 4943) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Centre d' Expertise Aérienne Militaire, Mont-de-Marsan [BA118]; Accident 22Sep49 at Mont-de-Marsan
				89799 (MSN 4944) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Escadron de Chasse 1/20 "Aurès-Nementha" [20-LP], Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; 
					Radio call sign F-TFLP; Escadron d'Entraînement Opérationnel et de Calibration 1/17 [LP], 
					Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Radio call sign F-TFLP; 
					Accident 1Aug55 at Telergma, Algeria; 
					Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves de l'Armée de l'Air [F & P], Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; 
				89800 (MSN 4945) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Escadron d'Entraînement et de Calibration 1/17; 
					Accident 6Aug52 near Msoun, French Morocco; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QR], Boufarik, Algeria; 
					Crashed 28Mar58 near Masqueray, Algeria; Pilot killed
				89801 (MSN 4946) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70469; Alay/4 Bl; WFU
				89802 (MSN 4947) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; [C]; "Lt Farriol"; 
					Groupe Marche 1/8 "Saintonge"; Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 7Jul51 at Oran-La-Sénia
				89803 (MSN 4948) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Groupe de Chasse II/3 "Dauphiné"; Damaged in a storm 18Jun48 at Friedrichshafen, Germany
				89804 (MSN 4949) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
				89805 (MSN 4950) Newark Field, NJ; Damaged 13Jul45 while parked in collision by C-45F 44-47121 at Newark
				89806 (MSN 4951) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves de l'Armée de l'Air [C], Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; 
					Accident 5May48 at Maison Blanche, Algiers, Algeria; 
					Escadrille de Liaison Aérienne 41; Dijon [BA102], France; 1949; 
					Escadrille de Liaison Aérienne 55
				89807 (MSN 4952) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves de l'Armée de l'Air; Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; 
					Crashed 17Nov51 near Cagliari, Italy; Pilot killed
				89808 (MSN 4953) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 25Mar49 landing at Neubiberg; 
					527th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division; 
					Crashed 15Sep50 when the pilot lost control in bad weather 2 miles E of Lentersheim, Germany; Pilot killed
				89809 (MSN 4954) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					L'École de Chasse, Meknès [BE708], French Morocco; Accident 13Jul49 at Meknès, French Morocco
				89810 (MSN 4955) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Groupe de Transport de Liaison Aérienne II/60, Villacoublay [BA107], Paris; 
					Accident 22Nov49 near Cognac, France; 
					Escadron de Chasse 1/20 "Aurès-Nementha" [20-LH], Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; 
					Radio call sign F-TFLH; 
				89811 (MSN 4956) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Escadron d'Entraînement Opérationnel et de Calibration 1/17; 
					Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 13Sep55 at Oran-La-Sénia
				89812 (MSN 4957) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Escadron d'Entraînement Opérationnel et de Calibration 1/17; 
					Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 21Jun55 at Telergma, Algeria; 
					Groupe de Chasse I/1 [A], Aix-en-Provence [BA114]; 
					Groupe Marche 1/21 Artois [D]; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QN & 20-QK], Boufarik, Algeria; 
					Escadron de Chasse 1/20 "Aurès-Nementha" [20-LO], Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Radio call sign F-TFLO
				89813 (MSN 4958) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; Groupe de Chasse I/4 "Navarre" [3U-W]; 
					Accident 22Aug52 in collision with P-47D 44-90162 landing at Rabat, Salé, French Morocco; 
					Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves de l'Armée de l'Air [B], Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; 
				89814 (MSN 4959) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45
				89815 (MSN 4960) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; 
					Groupe de Chasse II/2 "Berry" [NL-W]; 
					Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves de l'Armée de l'Air [G], Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; 
				89816 (MSN 4961)	
				89817 (MSN 4962) 525th FS [NB 16], 86th FG; 527th FS, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Crashed 8Dec49 with engine failure one mile N of Germering, West Germany; Pilot bailed out; 
				89818 (MSN 4963)	
				89819 (MSN 4964)	
				89820 (MSN 4965) 86th FG; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4680; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; WFU; Scrapped 25Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89821 (MSN 4966) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45
				89822 (MSN 4967) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; Returned to USAAF; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4606; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; Mid air collision 10May52 with P-47D 44-89898; Pilot killed
				89823 (MSN 4968) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45; Groupe de Chasse II/2 "Berry" [NL-R]; 
					Accident 15Nov48 near Eckendorf, Germany
				89824 (MSN 4969)	
				89825 (MSN 4970)	
				89826 (MSN 4971)	
				89827 (MSN 4972) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70399; Alay/4 Bl; WFU
				89828	(MSN 4973)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Returned to USAAF; 
					525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Crashed 14Jul50 3 miles SW of Umhausen, Austria; Pilot killed
				89829 (MSN 4974) Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89830 (MSN 4975)	
				89831 (MSN 4976) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70169; Alay/2 Bl; Crashed 3Aug50 near Erdek, Turkey; 
					Pilot killed
				89832 (MSN 4977) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Accident 23Sep49 landing at Neubiberg; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4614; 
					51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 1° Reparto Tecnico; WFU 15Oct53
				89833 (MSN 4978) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70229; Alay/2 Bl; WFU
				89834 (MSN 4979) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4624; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri
				89835 (MSN 4980)	
				89836 (MSN 4981) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4659; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; Accident 17Oct52 landing at Villafranca di Verona
				89837 (MSN 4982)	
				89838 (MSN 4983)	
				89839 (MSN 4984) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Mar45
				89840 (MSN 4985) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4673; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					WFU; Scrapped 28Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89841 (MSN 4986)	
				89842 (MSN 4987) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4666; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; WFU; 
					Scrapped 26Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89843 (MSN 4988) 526th FS [NC 2], 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 26Jul48 landing at Furstenfeldbruck AAB, Germany; 
					to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4637; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					WFU; Scrapped 26Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89844 (MSN 4989) 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Crashed 18May48 one mile W of 
					Siegenburg, Germany; Pilot killed
				89845 (MSN 4990) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 24Jan49 landing in bad weather at Neubiberg AB
				89846 (MSN 4991)	
				89847 (MSN 4992)	
				89848 (MSN 4993)	
				89849 (MSN 4994)	
				89850 (MSN 4995)	
				89851 (MSN 4996) 104th FS [12], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				89852 (MSN 4997)	
				89853 (MSN 4998) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4620; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					20° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri; Crashed 4Apr52 7kms N of Viterbo; Pilot killed
				89854 (MSN 4999) 527th FS [ND 2], 86th FG, USAFE; Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4619; 
					51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; 
					Accident 24Jul53 landing at Treviso-Sant'Angelo or Grottaglie?
				89855 (MSN 5000) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70359; Alay/3 Bl; WFU
				89856 (MSN 5001)	
				89857 (MSN 5002)	
				89858 (MSN 5003) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89859 (MSN 5004) 525th FS [NB 20], 86th FG, USAFE; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4612; 
					51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; 1° Reparto Tecnico; WFU Oct53
				89860 (MSN 5005) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 7004; [YL-04]; 9 Alay/1 Bl; WFU
				89861 (MSN 5006)	
				89862 (MSN 5007) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4663; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Written off 18Jul52 at Casa Bonini, Castelnuovo del Garda, Verona
				89863 (MSN 5008) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70479; Alay/4 Bl; WFU
				89864 (MSN 5009) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4639; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; WFU; Scrapped 26Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89865 (MSN 5010) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 29May49 with engine failure taking off at Neubiberg AB
				89866 (MSN 5011)	
				89867 (MSN 5012)	
				89868 (MSN 5013) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 21Jul48 landing at Munich-Reim [R-82], Germany
				89869 (MSN 5014) 527th FS [ND 28], 86th FG, USAFE; Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4658; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; Written off 29May52 at San Odorico near Sacile, Udine
				89870 (MSN 5015)	
				89871 (MSN 5016) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Crashed 8Sep49 near Großmehring, West Germany; Pilot killed; 
					Conflict; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4627; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; [5-1]; WFU; 
					Scrapped 25Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89872 (MSN 5017)	
				89873 (MSN 5018) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crash landed 15Nov48 wheels up with mechanical failure at Neubiberg; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4608; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					20° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri; Crashed 3Jul52 at Angeli di Giavera del Montello, Treviso; Pilot killed
				89874 (MSN 5019)	
				89875 (MSN 5020) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Force landed 8Feb49 
					with mechanical failure at Neubiberg; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89876 (MSN 5021) 2116th Base Unit, Napier Field, Dothan, AL; Damaged 29Nov45 in collision by 
					TB-25J 44-29301 while parked at Napier; 149th FS, 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; 
					Byrd Field, Richmond, VA
				89877 (MSN 5022)	
				89878 (MSN 5023) 149th FS, 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; Byrd Field, Richmond, VA; 
				89879 (MSN 5024)	
				89880 (MSN 5025) 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Crashed 5May50 after engine failure 25 miles ESE Wheelus AAB, 
					Tripoli, Libya; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				89881 (MSN 5026) 527th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crash landed 13Jul49 wheels up one mile E of Ingolstadt, West Germany; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4628; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; [5-46]; 
					WFU; Scrapped 23Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89882 (MSN 5027) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Force landed 22Apr49 with fuel starvation 11 miles E of Erlangen, Germany
				89883 (MSN 5028) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Accident 24Mar45 landing at Port Columbus, OH
				89884 (MSN 5029)	
				89885 (MSN 5030) 31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF, Grove, Station 519; Crashed 24Apr45 after 
					take-off one mile E of Burtonwood, Lancashire, UK.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				89886 (MSN 5031) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4679; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					[51-1]; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; Accident landing 1Nov52 at Treviso, Italy; 
					1° Reparto Tecnicoi; WFU 15Oct53
				89887 (MSN 5032)	
				89888 (MSN 5033)	
				89889 (MSN 5034)	
				89890 (MSN 5035)	
				89891 (MSN 5036)	
				89892 (MSN 5037) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 20May48 taxying at Neubiberg; 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron [FE-892], 
					86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89893 (MSN 5038) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4672; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					1° Reparto Tecnico; WFU 15Oct53
				89894 (MSN 5039) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crashed 1Jul48 3 miles SW of Bernbach, Germany; Pilot killed
				89895 (MSN 5040) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89896 (MSN 5041) 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Crash landed 20Jun50 with engine failure near Schleissheim, 
					Germany; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89897 (MSN 5042)	
				89898 (MSN 5043) 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Damaged 24Apr50 mechanical failure on take-off at Neubiberg; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4660; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					102° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri; Mid air collision 10May52 with P-47D MM4606 [44-89822]; 
					Crashed 18Jul52; Pilot killed
				89899 (MSN 5044)	
				89900 (MSN 5045)	
				89901 (MSN 5046)	
				89902 (MSN 5047) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crash landed 26Jul45 with flak damage at Porac, Philippines
				89903 (MSN 5048) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Warton, Station 582; 
					Crash landed 1Sep45 wheels up at Burtonwood
				89904 (MSN 5049)	
				89905 (MSN 5050)	
				89906 (MSN 5051) 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 1May50 when ground looped landing at Wheelus AB Libya
				89907 (MSN 5052) 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4708th Defense Wing; Niagara Falls 
					Municipal Airport, NY; Damaged 30Nov52 by fire on the ground at Niagara Falls
				89908 (MSN 5053) 525th FS [NB 12], 86th FG; USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Accident 11Feb49 
					taxying at Neubiberg; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4641; 
					51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; [51-7]; 22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; WFU; 
					Scrapped 23Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89909 (MSN 5054)	
				89910 (MSN 5055) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crashed 17Aug48 near Moosberg, Germany; Pilot killed
				89911 (MSN 5056)	
				89912 (MSN 5057)	
				89913 (MSN 5058)	
				89914 (MSN 5059) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4678; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Accident 12Nov52 landing at Pisa, Italy; WFU; Scrapped 24Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89915 (MSN 5060) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Accident 22Aug49 taxying at Neubiberg; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4632; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; WFU Oct53
				89916 (MSN 5061)	
				89917 (MSN 5062) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Accident 28Jul49 with mechanical failure taking off at Neubiberg; 
					TO Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4618; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; Force landed 30Jun51 at Treviso, Italy; 
					1° Reparto Tecnicoi; WFU 15Oct53
				89918 (MSN 5063) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crash landed 15Dec48 after engine failure at Neubiberg; 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division; Crashed 17Sep50 during a simulated attack 
					near Allersheim, West Germany; Pilot killed
				89919	 (MSN 5064) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Accident 1Jul49 on the ground at Kaufbeuren [R-70], Germany; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4609; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 1° Reparto Tecnico; 
					WFU Oct53
				89920 (MSN 5065)	
				89921 (MSN 5066)	
				89922 (MSN 5067)	
				89923 (MSN 5068) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4674; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					WFU; Scrapped 24Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89924 (MSN 5069)	
				89925 (MSN 5070)	
				89926 (MSN 5071) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89927 (MSN 5072)	
				89928 (MSN 5073)	
				89929 (MSN 5074)	
				89930 (MSN 5075) [FE-930], 86th FG, USAFE; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4677; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 101° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Crashed 9Mar51 after engine failure on take-off at Strabella Piccoli, San Croce, 
					Firenze, Italy; Pilot killed
				89931 (MSN 5076)	
				89932 (MSN 5077) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, Warton, Station 582; 
					"Peter"; Crashed 28Aug45 near Warrington, England while on training flight; Pilot killed. MACR 14894.
				89933 (MSN 5078) 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 4708th Defense Wing; Niagara Falls Municipal 
					Airport, NY; Accident 8Nov52 with mechanical failure landing at Yuma County Airport, Yuma, AZ
				89934 (MSN 5079)	
				89935 (MSN 5080) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70249; Alay/2 Bl; WFU
				89936 (MSN 5081)	
				89937 (MSN 5082)	
				89938 (MSN 5083) 525th FS, 86th Composite Group, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 18Mar48 taxying at Neubiberg AB, Germany; 86th FG; 
					Accident 14Sep49 landing at Giebelstadt AAB, West Germany
				89939 (MSN 5084)	
				89940	 (MSN 5085) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4617; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					22° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri/51^ AB; 1° Reparto Tecnicoi; WFU 15Oct53
				89941 (MSN 5086) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4610; 5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					Damaged 25May51 in collision with a Beech C-45 at Vicenza; 101° Gruppo; 
					Crashed 21Jun51 near Pescheira del Garda, Verona; Pilot killed
				89942 (MSN 5087) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70239; Alay/2 Bl; WFU
				89943 (MSN 5088)	
				89944 (MSN 5089) Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				89945 (MSN 5090) 2126th Base Unit, Laredo Field, TX, 5Nov45 probably for mechanic training 
					of FAM personnel; Fuerza Aérea Mexicana; 10Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1020; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Lisi" 
				89946 (MSN 5091)	
				89947 (MSN 5092)	
				89948 (MSN 5093)	
				89949 (MSN 5094) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Crash landed 14Sep49 at Giebelstadt AAB, West Germany; Pilot killed
				89950 (MSN 5095)	
				89951 (MSN 5096) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Force landed 21Apr49 
					with engine failure one mile N of Bamberg, Germany
				89952 (MSN 5097)	
				89953 (MSN 5098) 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Crashed 13Jun50 after engine failure 6 miles S of 
					Schweinfurt, West Germany; Pilot bailed out
				89954 (MSN 5099)	
				89955 (MSN 5100)	
				89956 (MSN 5101)	
				89957 (MSN 5102) 134th FS, 101st FG, Vermont Air National Guard; Burlington Municipal Airport, VT; 
					Damaged 6Feb49 by bird strike 2 miles E of Burlington
				89958 (MSN 5103) to Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70535; Alay/1 Bl; WFU
				89959 (MSN 5104) 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Accident 21Jan50 in collision with F-47D 44-89760 
					landing at Wheelus AAB, Tripoli, Libya; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4611; 
					51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri
				89960 (MSN 5105) Lost in the Pacific
				89961 (MSN 5106)	
				89962 (MSN 5107)	
				89963 (MSN 5108) 156th FS, 54th Fighter Wing, North Carolina Air National Guard, Morris Field, 
					Charlotte, NC; Accident 26Apr49 taking off at Douglas Municipal Airport, NC
				89964 (MSN 5109)	
				89965 (MSN 5110)	
				89966 (MSN 5111)	
				89967 (MSN 5112)	
				89968 (MSN 5113) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; [1]; Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves 
					de l'Armée de l'Air [E], Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; Escadron d'Entraînement Opérationnel 
					et de Calibration 1/17 [QR], Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Escadron de Chasse 1/20 
					"Aurès-Nementha", Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 6Apr56 at Oran-La-Sénia; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QZ], Boufarik, Algeria; 17May58 to 28Apr60 
					Conflict; 
					To Türk Hava Kuvvetleri as serial 70369; Alay/3 Bl; WFU
				89969 (MSN 5114)	
				89970 (MSN 5115)	
				89971 (MSN 5116) 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Crashed 21Feb50 in bad weather near Balkhausen, 
					West Germany; Pilot killed
				89972 (MSN 5117)	
				89973 (MSN 5118)	
				89974 (MSN 5119)	
				89975 (MSN 5120)	
				89976 (MSN 5121)	
				89977 (MSN 5122)	
				89978 (MSN 5123) 149th FS, 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; Byrd Field, Richmond, VA; 
					Accident 2Aug50 when ground looped landing at Byrd Field, VA; 147th FS, 112th FG, 
					Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA; TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, 
					Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense Aid Program; 
					Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 471; WFU
				89979 (MSN 5124)	
				89980 (MSN 5125)	
				89981 (MSN 5126) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4440; WFU
				89982 (MSN 5127)	
				89983 (MSN 5128)	
				89984 (MSN 5129)	
				89985 (MSN 5130) 525th FS, 86th FG, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; Force landed 12Aug48 with 
					engine failure 2 miles S of Perlach, Germany; 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Accident 17Sep50 near Giebelstadt, Germany; to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4656; 
					5° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; WFU; Scrapped 24Feb54 at Gallarate, Varese
				89986 (MSN 5131)	
				89987 (MSN 5132)	
				89988 (MSN 5133)	
				89989 (MSN 5134) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF 
				89990 (MSN 5135)	
				89991 (MSN 5136) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Accident 26Nov48 landing at Neubiberg AB; Accident 16May49 with engine failure at Neubiberg
				89992 (MSN 5137) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 13Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1022; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Adele"
				89993 (MSN 5138)	
				89994 (MSN 5139)	
				89995 (MSN 5140)	
				89996 (MSN 5141)	
				89997 (MSN 5142) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves 
					de l'Armée de l'Air; Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; Accident 12Jun51 at Villacoublay, 
					France; Centre de Tir et de Bombardement; Cazaux [BA706]Accident 6Sep55 near Cissac, France
				89998 (MSN 5143)	
				89999 (MSN 5144)	
				90000 (MSN 5145)	
				90001 (MSN 5146) 104th FS [20], 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD; 1946-51
				90002 (MSN 5147) to Aeronautica Militare Italiana as serial MM4616; 51° Stormo Caccia Bombardieri; 
					21° Gruppo Caccia Bombardieri
				90003 (MSN 5148)	
				90004 (MSN 5149) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Groupe de Chasse II/9 "Auvergne"
				90005 (MSN 5150)	
				90006 (MSN 5151)	
				90007 (MSN 5152)	
				90008 (MSN 5153) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1005; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía 
				90009 (MSN 5154) [009-R], Groupe de Chasse II/3 "Dauphiné"; Accident 21Feb52 near Lourmel, Algeria; 
					Groupe Marche 1/21 Artois
				90010 (MSN 5155)	
				90011 (MSN 5156) [12], 2138th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL; 
				90012 (MSN 5157)	
				90013 (MSN 5158)	
				90014 (MSN 5159)	
				90015 (MSN 5160)	
				90016 (MSN 5161) 2138th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Accident 14Aug45 landing at Craig Field
				90017 (MSN 5162)	
				90018 (MSN 5163) 526th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Mid air collision 16May50 with a towed target 15 
					miles E of Wheelus AB Libya; Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				90019 (MSN 5164) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Escadron d'Entraînement Opérationnel 
					et de Calibration 1/17, Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; 
					Escadron de Chasse 1/10 "Cercle de Chasse de Paris" [20-LP], Villacoublay [BA107], Paris; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QC], Boufarik, Algeria 
				90020 (MSN 5165)	
				90021 (MSN 5166) Leased to Hawthorne Aviation, Jacksonville, FL Oct52; registered 2Dec52 as N5289N, 
					cancelled 7May53; used for Pakistan AF pilot training; returned to USAF May53
				90022 (MSN 5167)	
				90023 (MSN 5168)	
				90024 (MSN 5169) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Escadron de Chasse 1/20 "Aurès-Nementha" [20-LJ], 
					Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Radio call sign F-TFLJ; Accident 12May56 mid air collision 
					with P-47D 44-90356 at Biskra, Algeria; Mid air collision 1Sep56 with a P-47D at Telergma, 
					Algeria; Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QA], Boufarik, Algeria; 2Apr58 to 2Aug60
				90025 (MSN 5170) 114th Base Unit, Newark Airport, NJ; Crash landed 26Jun48 with fuel starvation 
					70 miles NE of Pittsburg, PA
				90026 (MSN 5171) [126], 
				90027 (MSN 5172)	
				90028 (MSN 5173)	
				90029 (MSN 5174)	
				90030 (MSN 5175)	
				90031 (MSN 5176)	
				90032 (MSN 5177) 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; Damaged 21Sep50 taxying at Munich/Reim AAB, West Germany; 
					To Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				90033 (MSN 5178)	
				90034 (MSN 5179)	
				90035 (MSN 5180)	
				90036 (MSN 5181)	
				90037 (MSN 5182)	
				90038 (MSN 5183)	
				90039 (MSN 5184) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Groupe de Chasse I/5 "Champagne" [C9-A]; 
					Accident 11Apr47 at Trier, Germany; Groupe de Chasse II/3 "Dauphiné"; 
					Accident 17Jun48 at Friedrichshafen, Germany
				90040 (MSN 5185)	
				90041 (MSN 5186)	
				90042 (MSN 5187)	
				90043 (MSN 5188) 134th FS [FE-043], 101st FG, Vermont Air National Guard; Burlington Municipal Airport, VT; 
					Crashed 30May48 3 miles NE of Dubois, PA; Pilot killed
				90044 (MSN 5189)	
				90045 (MSN 5190)	
				90046 (MSN 5191) HQ Squadron [NA 1], 86th FG, USAFE; To Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
				90047 (MSN 5192) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française
				90048 (MSN 5193)	
				90049 (MSN 5194) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 8Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1018; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Tru-cu-tu"
				90050 (MSN 5195) 525th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, West Germany; 
					Crashed 29Aug49 after take-off with engine failure 6 miles W of Neubiberg
				90051 (MSN 5196)	
				90052 (MSN 5197)	
				90053 (MSN 5198)	
				90054 (MSN 5199)	
				90055 (MSN 5200)	
				90056 (MSN 5201)	
				90057 (MSN 5202)	
				90058 (MSN 5203) Loaned to Fuerza Aérea Expedicionaria Mexicana for use in Philippines May45; 
					Attached to USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; 
					Missing 19Jul45 in Philippines; Pilot MIA
				90059 (MSN 5204)	
				90060 (MSN 5205)	
				90061	 (MSN 5206)	
				90062 (MSN 5207)	
				90063 (MSN 5208)	
				90064 (MSN 5209)	
				90065	 (MSN 5210) 119th FS, 108th FG, New Jersey Air National Guard, Newark Airport, NJ; 
					Accident 17Dec49 taking off at Newark
				90066 (MSN 5211)	
				90067 (MSN 5212)	
				90068 (MSN 5213) 526th FS, 86th FG, USAFE, Neubiberg AB, Munich, Germany; 
					Crashed 21Feb48 one mile S of Radicofani, Italy
				90069 (MSN 5214) 149th FS [FE-069], 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; Godman AFB, Fort Knox, KY; 
					Damaged 10Apr50 by fire on the ground at Mathis Municipal Airport, San Angelo, TX; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual 
					Defense Aid Program; To Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 467; WFU
				90070 (MSN 5215)	
				90071 (MSN 5216)	
				90072 (MSN 5217)	
				90073 (MSN 5218) 149th FS, 113th FG, Virginia Air National Guard; Byrd Field, Richmond, VA; 
					105th FS, 118th FG, Tennessee Air National Guard, Berry Field, Nashville, TN; 
					118th Composite Group; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; 52nd Fighter-Interceptor Wing; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; 
					4709th Defense Wing; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; 
					Mid air collision 19Feb52 with F-47D 45-49431 20 miles ENE of Knoxville, TN
				90074 (MSN 5219)	
				90075 (MSN 5220)	
				90076 (MSN 5221) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL842; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90077 (MSN 5222) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL843; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90078 (MSN 5223) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL844; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90079 (MSN 5224) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL845; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC June 27, 1946
				90080 (MSN 5225) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL846; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90081 (MSN 5226) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL847; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90082 (MSN 5227) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL848; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90083 (MSN 5228) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL849; No.261 Squadron [FJ-G], 
					Air Command South East Asia; No.132 Repair and Salvage Unit, Mingaladon, Rangoon, Burma; 
					Destroyed when parked at dispersal when struck by Spitfire TZ191 at Hmawbi, Rangoon, Burma March 14, 1946
				90084 (MSN 5229) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL850; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90085 (MSN 5230) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL851; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90086 (MSN 5231) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL852; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90087 (MSN 5232) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL853; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90088 (MSN 5233) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL854; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90089 (MSN 5234) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL855; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90090 (MSN 5235) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL856; No.135 Squadron, Air Command 
					South East Asia; No.615 Squadron [KW-D]; SOC March 28, 1946
				90091 (MSN 5236) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL857; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90092 (MSN 5237) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL858; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90093 (MSN 5238) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL859; No.60 Squadron; Air Command 
					South East Asia; SOC November 14, 1946
				90094 (MSN 5239) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL860; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90095 (MSN 5240)	Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL861; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90096 (MSN 5241) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL862; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90097 (MSN 5242) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL863; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90098 (MSN 5243) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL864; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90099	(MSN 5244)	Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL865; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90100 (MSN 5245) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL866; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90101 (MSN 5246) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL867; No.258 Squadron; 
					Air Command South East Asia; SOC April 11, 1946
				90102 (MSN 5247) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL868; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90103 (MSN 5248) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL869; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946.  To Brazilian AF, ending up as gate guard.  Delivered to Chino, CA Jul 1988
				90104 (MSN 5249) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL870; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90105 (MSN 5250) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL871; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 14, 1946
				90106 (MSN 5251) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL872; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90107 (MSN 5252) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL873; No.81 Squadron; Air Command 
					South East Asia; SOC April 25, 1946
				90108 (MSN 5253) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL874; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90109 (MSN 5254) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL875; No.81 Squadron; 
					Air Command South East Asia; SOC November 14, 1946
				90110 (MSN 5255) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL876; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90111 (MSN 5256) 3rd Ferrying Group; Romulus Field, MI; Accident 13Apr45 landing at Newark, NJ; 
					Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL877; No.113 Squadron; 
					Air Command South East Asia; SOC March 28, 1946
				90112 (MSN 5257) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL878; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90113 (MSN 5258) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL879; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC March 28, 1946
				90114 (MSN 5259) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL880; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90115 (MSN 5260) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL881; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946
				90116 (MSN 5261) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL882; No.60 Squadron [MU-H], 
					Air Command South East Asia; Force landed Sep45 with engine malfunction at Don Muang, Thailand 
					en-route Burma to Malaya for Operation Tiderace; SOC January 14, 1946
				90117 (MSN 5262) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL883; No.615 Squadron [KW-V], 
					Air Command South East Asia; SOC March 28, 1946
				90118 (MSN 5263) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL884; No.60 Squadron; 
					Air Command South East Asia; Wrecked when lost power and force landed at Kramat, Java, Indonesia 
					October 26, 1945
				90119 (MSN 5264) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL885; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 25, 1946
				90120 (MSN 5265) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL886; Air Command South East Asia; 
					SOC April 11, 1946 
				90121 (MSN 5266) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Groupe Aérien d’Entraînement et de Liaison
				90122 (MSN 5267) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4428; WFU
				90123 (MSN 5268) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90124 (MSN 5269) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4441; WFU
				90125 (MSN 5270) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4429; WFU
				90126 (MSN 5271) Redesignated TP-47D; 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Crashed 2Aug45 after take-off 8 miles E of Greenwood, MS
				90127 (MSN 5272) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis", 
					Boufarik, Algeria; Force landed 3Feb57 near Ras El Euch, Algeria
				90128 (MSN 5273) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Accident 20Aug45 landing at Greenwood Field, MS; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4442; WFU
				90129 (MSN 5274) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90130 (MSN 5275) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Escadron d'Entraînement 
					et de Calibration 1/17Accident 7Nov52 at Rabat-Salé, French Morocco; Escadron d'Entraînement 
					Opérationnel et de Calibration 1/17; Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; 
					Crashed 4May54 near Mangin-Oran, Algeria; Pilot killed
				90131 (MSN 5276) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90132 (MSN 5277) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45 
				90133	(MSN 5278)	Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4430; WFU
				90134 (MSN 5279) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Groupe de Chasse II/5 "Lafayette"; 
					Crashed 24Feb49 near Tannau, Germany; Pilot killed
				90135 (MSN 5280) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					136th FS, 107th FG, New York Air National Guard; Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY; 
					Crash landed 28May50 with mechanical failure at Niagara Falls Airport
				90136 (MSN 5281) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4443; WFU
				90137 (MSN 5282) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4431; WFU
				90138 (MSN 5283) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90139 (MSN 5284) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Groupe de Chasse II/5 "Lafayette"; 
					Accident 15Dec48 at Mengen, Germany
				90140 (MSN 5285) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90141 (MSN 5286) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90142 (MSN 5287) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90143 (MSN 5288) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Groupe Marche 1/8 "Saintonge"; 
					Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 4May51 at Oran-La-Sénia; Groupe de Chasse II/6 "Travail"
				90144 (MSN 5289) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Centre D'Essai en Vol; Brétigny-sur-Orge [BA217]; 
					Escadron de Chasse 2/20 "Ouarsenis" [20-QH & 20-QF], Boufarik, Algeria; 25Mar58 to 26Oct59; 
					Accident 29Mar60 at Boufarik, Algeria
				90145 (MSN 5290) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90146 (MSN 5291) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4444; WFU
				90147 (MSN 5292) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90148 (MSN 5293) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90149 (MSN 5294) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Groupe de Chasse I/8
					Accident 25Sep51 at Sidi Bel Abbès, Algeria
				90150 (MSN 5295) Scheduled for Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
					Command, Romulus Field, MI; Accident 18Apr45 landing at Newark Field, NJ; 
					Returned to USAAF; Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense 
					Aid Program; Redesignated TF-47D; To Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 3Dec52 as serial 1108; 
					Escuadrón de Caza-Bombardero, Santo Domingo/BA Trujillo; Written off 11May55
				90151 (MSN 5296) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45
				90152 (MSN 5297) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4432; WFU
				90153 (MSN 5298) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Groupe de Chasse II/6 "Travail"; 
					Accident 4Jun52 at Oran-La-Sénia, Algeria; Groupe de Chasse I/2 "Cigognes" [A]
				90154 (MSN 5299) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; 20e Escadre de Chasse; 
					Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; Accident 29Apr56 near El Outaya, Algeria
				90155 (MSN 5300) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française Apr45; Returned to USAAF; 
					Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, 
					Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense Aid Program; Redesignated TF-47D; 
					To Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 3Dec52 as serial 1109; 
					Escuadrón de Caza-Bombardero, Santo Domingo/BA Trujillo; SOC 19Nov57
				90156 (MSN 5301)	
				90157 (MSN 5302)	
				90158 (MSN 5303)	
				90159 (MSN 5304) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 4Jul45 while parked in 
					collision by TB-26B 42-3385 taxying at Millville; 126th Base Unit, 1st AF, Walterboro Field, SC; 
					Damaged 21Sep45 landing at Walterboro
				90160 (MSN 5305)	
				90161 (MSN 5306)	
				90162 (MSN 5307) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Centre d'Entrainement des Réserves 
					de l'Armée de l'Air; Rabat-Salé [BA151], French Morocco; Accident 22Aug52 in collision 
					with P-47D 44-89813 landing at Rabat, Salé, French Morocco
				90163 (MSN 5308)	
				90164 (MSN 5309)	
				90165 (MSN 5310) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1006; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90166 (MSN 5311)	
				90167 (MSN 5312)	
				90168 (MSN 5313) 2138th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Damaged 24Sep45 in collision with 
					parked P-47D 44-90224 at Craig Field
				90169 (MSN 5314) Air Technical Service Command, Evansville Municipal Airport, IN; 
					Crash landed 12Apr45 wheels up with mechanical failure at Evansville; 
					139th Base Unit, 1st AF, Shaw Field, Sumter, SC; Mid air collision 29Aug45 with 
					P-47D 44-90445 over Shaw Field
				90170 (MSN 5315) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1007; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90171 (MSN 5316) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF
				90172 (MSN 5317)	
				90173 (MSN 5318) 2002nd Base Unit; Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY; Accident 8Jun46 after engine 
					failure on take-off near Stewart Field
				90174 (MSN 5319)	
				90175 (MSN 5320) 148th FS, 112th FG, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Reading Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Mid air collision 7May50 with a towed target at Atlantic City Gunnery Range, NJ
				90176 (MSN 5321)	
				90177 (MSN 5322) 158th FS, 116th FG, Georgia Air National Guard; Chatham Field, Savannah, GA; 
					Crash landed 19Oct47 7 miles W of Savannah
				90178 (MSN 5323)	
				90179 (MSN 5324)	
				90180 (MSN 5325) 2126th Base Unit, Laredo Field, TX; Probably for mechanic training of Mexican AF  
					personnel; To Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 4Nov45; reserialled as PZT 1002; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Cigarra"
				90181 (MSN 5326)	
				90182 (MSN 5327)	
				90183 (MSN 5328) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 6Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1004; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Bicha"
				90184 (MSN 5329)	
				90185 (MSN 5330) To Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 10Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1021; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90186 (MSN 5331)	
				90187 (MSN 5332)	
				90188 (MSN 5333)	
				90189 (MSN 5334) 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Accident 19Apr45 on the ground at Port Columbus, OH
				90190 (MSN 5335) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 8Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1019; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Aracuan"; 
					Damaged Apr50 at Balbuena Field, Mexico City.
				90191 (MSN 5336)	
				90192 (MSN 5337) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 13Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1023; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Martha"
				90193 (MSN 5338) to American Republics Project 94526-S; Ferried from Kelly Field, San Antonio, 
					TX by way of Managua [Nicaragua], Albrook Field [Canal Zone], Cali [Colombia], Lima [Peru] 
					and Antofogasta [Chile], arriving at Quintero; Caribbean Air Command
					July 1946; Operated by the USAAF to train FACh pilots; 
					To Fuerza Aérea de Chile 29Sep47 as serial 750; Grupo de Aviación No 1, El Bosque, Santiago, Chile; 
					Grupo de Caza No 1, El Bosque, Santiago, Chile 6Feb48; Grupo de Aviación No 2, Quintero, 
					Valparaíso, Chile 1949; Grupo de Aviación No 5, Quintero, Valparaíso, Chile 1Apr49; Written off.  
					It was customary in the FACH to reuse serial numbers of crashed aircraft.  
					750 was later assigned to 45-79219.
				90194 (MSN 5339) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 2Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1001; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90195 (MSN 5340)	
				90196 (MSN 5341) Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1008; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Chamaca"
				90197 (MSN 5342)	
				90198 (MSN 5343) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1009; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; 
					Damaged Dec50 at Balbuena Field, Mexico City.
				90199 (MSN 5344) Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1010; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Linda"
				90200 (MSN 5345) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 17Aug45 landing at Stuttgart, AR; To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4445; WFU
				90201 (MSN 5346) 281st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; Accident 3Aug45 taking off at Brownsville
				90202 (MSN 5347) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1011; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90203 (MSN 5348) 44th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Crashed 2Jan46 3 miles S of Oroville, AL; Pilot killed
				90204 (MSN 5349) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 13Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1024; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90205 (MSN 5350) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1012; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Fantasma"; 
					Collegio del Aire; Museo del Ejercito y Fuerza Aerea Mexicanos, Cuartel Colorado, 
					Guadalajara, Jalisco 1978; Preserved and displayed as code 20, later as PZT 1016 [last noted 2015]
				90206 (MSN 5351) Redesignated TF-47D; TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; 
					Refurbished for Mutual Defense Aid Program; To Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 5Jan53 as serial 458; WFU
				90207 (MSN 5352) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4433; WFU
				90208 (MSN 5353) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 13Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1025; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, 
					Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90209 (MSN 5354) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1013; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90210 (MSN 5355) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 4Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1003; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; 
					Gate guard, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía 1978; 
					Preserved and displayed at Museo Militar de Aviación; Displayed as 433721, code 18 [last noted 2015]
				90211 (MSN 5356) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1014; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90212 (MSN 5357) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4446; WFU
				90213 (MSN 5358)	
				90214 (MSN 5359) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1015; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; "Exotica"
				90215 (MSN 5360)	
				90216 (MSN 5361) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; Groupe de Chasse I/4 "Navarre" [3U-N]; 
					Accident 25Aug48 near Burnhaupt-le-Haut, France; Groupe de Chasse I/5 "Champagne"
				90217 (MSN 5362) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1016; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía; 
					"Charrito Viejo", "Panchito", "Pancho Pistolas"
				90218 (MSN 5363) Lend-Lease to Armée de l’Air Française; ZDA 902; Accident 13Jul49 at Cuers-Pierrefeu, France
				90219	 (MSN 5364) National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA), Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					[TEST PE219]; Used by the Propeller Division of Curtiss-Wright to test a number of different 
					propeller configurations that maintained their efficiency at transonic and supersonic speeds; 
					Undertook over 100 high Mach number precision dives from 38,000 ft at speeds from 500 mph to 590 mph; 
					Forced landing Aug48 blinded by a rupture of a high pressure oil line at 590 mph over 
					Allentown, Pennsylvania 
				90220 (MSN 5365)	
				90221 (MSN 5366)	
				90222 (MSN 5367)	
				90223 (MSN 5368)	
				90224 (MSN 5369) 2138th Base Unit, Craig Field, Selma, AL; Damaged 24Sep45 while parked in 
					collision by P-47D 44-90168 at Craig Field; 104th FS, 113th FG, Maryland Air National Guard, 
					Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD; Mid air collision 18Oct47 with a towed target and P-47D 
					44-33814 2 miles SW of Telchester, MD; Pilot bailed out
				90225 (MSN 5370)	
				90226 (MSN 5371) to Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 7Nov45; Reserialled as PZT 1017; 
					Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201, Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía
				90227 (MSN 5372)	
				90228 (MSN 5373)	
				90229 (MSN 5374) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 30Jul45 into Iyo-nada Sea, S of 
					Yamaguchi, Japan; Pilot killed
				90230 (MSN 5375)	
				90231 (MSN 5376)	
				90232 (MSN 5377)	
				90233 (MSN 5378)	
				90234 (MSN 5379)	
				90235 (MSN 5380)	
				90236 (MSN 5381)	
				90237 (MSN 5382)	
				90238 (MSN 5383) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed after the engine lost power on take-off 
					from Madona Strip, Kadena Airfield, Okinawa, Japan August 5, 1945. The pilot attempted 
					to get his aircraft off the ground; the left wing tip hit the ground, setting off 
					napalm tanks. The aircraft was completely engulfed in flames and the pilot was unable 
					to be rescued from the burning wreckage.
				90239 (MSN 5384) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 9Aug45 in sea off the Nansei Islands, Japan
				90240 (MSN 5385)	
				90241 (MSN 5386)	
				90242 (MSN 5387)	
				90243	 (MSN 5388) Redesignated TF-47D; TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; 
					Refurbished for Mutual Defense Aid Program; Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 475; WFU
				90244 (MSN 5389)	
				90245	 (MSN 5390)	
				90246 (MSN 5391)	
				90247 (MSN 5392)	
				90248 (MSN 5393) Okinawa, September 1945
				90249 (MSN 5394)	
				90250 (MSN 5395)	
				90251 (MSN 5396) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4434; Esquadra 10, Base Aérea Tancos; WFU
				90252 (MSN 5397)	
				90253 (MSN 5398)	
				90254 (MSN 5399)	
				90255 (MSN 5400)	
				90256 (MSN 5401)	
				90257 (MSN 5402) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4435; WFU
				90258 (MSN 5403) 410th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Crashed 19Sep45 2 miles NNE of Norfolk, VA; Pilot killed
				90259 (MSN 5404) 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 101st Fighter-Interceptor Group, 
					New York Air National Guard; Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY; 
					Accident 1Jul51 when the pilot lost control, stalled crashed on approach to landing at Niagara Falls
				90260 (MSN 5405) Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 13Jan53 as serial 459; WFU 
				90261 (MSN 5406) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4447; Esquadra 11, Base Aérea Tancos; WFU
				90262 (MSN 5407)	
				90263 (MSN 5408) Tactical Communications Division, Middletown Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command; 
					Newark Airport, NJ; Crash landed 4Jan52 wheels up at Newark; to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4436; WFU
				90264 (MSN 5409) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Mid air collision 18Aug45 with a towed target 24 miles SE of Brownsville, TX
				90265 (MSN 5410) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 21Jul45 with mechanical failure landing at Abilene; 149th FS, 113th FG, 
					Virginia Air National Guard; Byrd Field, Richmond, VA
				90266 (MSN 5411) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4448; WFU
				90267 (MSN 5412)	
				90268 (MSN 5413) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4437; WFU
				90269 (MSN 5414)	
				90270 (MSN 5415) 10th FS, 50th FG, 2nd AF, La Junta Field, CO; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Crashed 24Aug45 at Las Animas Auxiliary Field, CO; Pilot killed; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense 
					Aid Program; to Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 25Sep52 as serial 455; WFU
				90271 (MSN 5416) 146th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Mid air collision 26Oct45 with a towed target 3 miles E of Lexington, MI; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4449; WFU
				90272 (MSN 5417) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; 
					Refurbished for Mutual Defense Aid Program; to Fuerza Aérea Ejército de Cuba 19May52 as serial 450; WFU
				90273 (MSN 5418) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Damaged 20Jun45 in collision with P-47D 44-90278 on the ground at Majors Field; 
					To Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4438; WFU
				90274 (MSN 5419) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Accident 3Aug45 landing at Strother
				90275 (MSN 5420) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4439; WFU
				90276 (MSN 5421) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Accident 5May45 on approach to a landing at Majors Field
				90277 (MSN 5422)	
				90278 (MSN 5423) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; 
					Damaged 20Jun45 in collision with P-47D 44-90273 on the ground at Majors Field
				90279 (MSN 5424)	
				90280 (MSN 5425) Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense 
					Aid Program; Redesignated TF-47D; To Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 3Dec52 as serial 1107; 
					Escuadrón de Caza-Bombardero, Santo Domingo/BA Trujillo; SOC 19Nov57
				90281 (MSN 5426) Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense 
					Aid Program; Redesignated TF-47D; Cuerpo de Aviación Militar Dominicana 30Nov52 as serial 1106; 
					Escuadrón de Caza-Bombardero, Santo Domingo/BA Trujillo; Damaged in an accident 3Feb53
				90282 (MSN 5427) 4185th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					American Republics Project 94547-S; Caribbean Air Command, Albrook AFB, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					To Fuerza Aérea Venezolana28Aug47 as serial 490282; Reserialled as 4; WFU
				90283 (MSN 5428) to Força Aérea Portuguesa as serial 4450; WFU
44-90284/90483		Republic P-47D-40-RA Thunderbolt
				90284 (MSN 5429) 2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Damaged 17Aug45 landing at Foster Field
				90285 (MSN 5430) Assigned to Mutual Assistance Program for Yugoslavia 1952, may have gone to 
					Dominican Republic
				90286 (MSN 5431)	
				90287 (MSN 5432)	
				90288 (MSN 5433)	
				90289 (MSN 5434) 2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Damaged 23Jun45 on the ground in a collision with P-47D 44-90291 at Matagorda Gunnery Range, TX
				90290 (MSN 5435) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Accident 1Apr47 landing at 
					Lowry Field, Denver, CO
				90291 (MSN 5436) 2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Damaged 23Jun45 on the ground in a collision with P-47D 44-90289 at Matagorda Gunnery Range, TX
				90292 (MSN 5437) C Squadron, 2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, 
					Victoria, TX; Mid air collision 13Jun45 20 miles S of Palacios, TX; 
					TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for Mutual Defense 
					Aid Program; 1708th Ferrying Group, Military Air Transport Service, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX; Caribbean Air Command, Albrook AFB, Canal Zone, Panama; 
					To Fuerza Aérea Colombiana 8Apr53 as serial 850; WFU
				90293 (MSN 5438) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 522; WFU
				90294 (MSN 5439) San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					American Republics Project 73002; 4121st Base Unit, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					To Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jul47 as serial 4150; 9º Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, 
					Rio de Janeiro 3Dec47; Written off at Cumbica, SP 19Dec48; SOC 14Jun49; Gate guard; 
					Arrived disassembled at Chino, CA from Brazil September 1988
				90295 (MSN 5440) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 281st Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 13Aug45 wheels up after engine failure 5 miles NE of Brownsville
				90296 (MSN 5441)	
				90297 (MSN 5442)	
				90298 (MSN 5443) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 523; WFU
				90299 (MSN 5444) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Damaged 28Aug45 taxying at Avenger, TX
				90300 (MSN 5445) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 267th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Fort Sumner Field, NM; 
					Accident 21Aug45 with mechanical failure taking off at Fort Sumner
				90301 (MSN 5446)	
				90302 (MSN 5447)	
				90303 (MSN 5448) 139th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Shaw Field, Sumter, SC; Crashed 5Sep45 
					5 miles W of San Miguel, CA
				90304 (MSN 5449)	
				90305 (MSN 5450)	
				90306 (MSN 5451)	
				90307 (MSN 5452) 139th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Shaw Field, Sumter, SC; Damaged 7Aug45 
					while parked in collision by C-45F 44-47741 which suffered an engine failure taking 
					off at Mitchel Field, NY 	
				90308 (MSN 5453)	
				90309 (MSN 5454) 261st Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Abilene Field, TX; Accident 3Oct45 with 
					engine failure taking off at Abilene
				90310 (MSN 5455)	
				90311 (MSN 5456) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 267th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, 
					Fort Sumner Field, NM; Accident 13Jun45 with mechanical failure taking off at Fort Sumner
				90312 (MSN 5457) Assigned to Mutual Assistance Program for Yugoslavia 1952, may have gone 
					to Dominican Republic
				90313 (MSN 5458) C Squadron, 2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, 
					Victoria, TX; Mid air collision 27Jun45 on the Matagorda Gunnery Range, TX
				90314 (MSN 5459)	
				90315 (MSN 5460)	
				90316 (MSN 5461) 2920th Air Materiel Squadron, 2920th Air Materiel Group, Tinker AFB, 
					Oklahoma City, OK; Damaged 6Jan52 while parked at Tinker AFB
				90317 (MSN 5462)	
				90318 (MSN 5463)	
				90319 (MSN 5464)	
				90320 (MSN 5465) Assigned to Mutual Assistance Program for Yugoslavia 1952, may have gone to 
					Dominican Republic
				90321 (MSN 5466)	
				90322 (MSN 5467) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Strother Field, 
					Winfield, KS; Mid air collision 31Jul45 with a towed target 10 miles SE of Galveston
				90323 (MSN 5468) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 5Jul45 when ground looped taxying at Galveston
				90324 (MSN 5469)	
				90325 (MSN 5470)	
				90326 (MSN 5471) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 19Jul45 with mechanical failure 10 miles N of Miles, TX; Pilot bailed out
				90327 (MSN 5472)	
				90328 (MSN 5473)	
				90329 (MSN 5474)	
				90330 (MSN 5475) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 11Aug45 with a towed target 20 miles SW of Galveston
				90331 (MSN 5476)	
				90332 (MSN 5477) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
					Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 524; WFU
				90333 (MSN 5478)	
				90334 (MSN 5479) San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					American Republics Project 73002; 4121st Base Unit, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					To Força Aérea Brasileira 5Jun47 as serial 4151; 9º Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, 
					Rio de Janeiro 10Nov47; Parque de Aeronautica dos Afonsos, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, 
					Rio de Janeiro 6Aug52; 1º Grupo de Aviação de Caça, Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro; 
					Parque de Aeronautica de Sao Paulo, Base Aérea Sao Paulo 7Jan54; 2º/5º Grupo de Aviação, 
					Base Aérea Natal, Parnamirim 4Jun56; Assignment to Natal cancelled; 1°/4° Grupo de Aviação, 
					Base Aérea Fortaleza 10Jan57; Parque de Aeronautica de Sao Paulo, Base Aérea Sao Paulo; SOC 2Dec58
				90335 (MSN 5480) Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force as Thunderbolt Mk.II, serial KL887; Air Command South 
					East Asia; SOC 12Mar47
				90336 (MSN 5481) American Republics Project, originally intended for Venezuela; American 
					Republics Project 94526-S; Ferried from Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX by way of Managua [Nicaragua], 
					Albrook Field [Canal Zone], Cali [Colombia], Lima [Peru] and Antofogasta [Chile], arriving 
					at Quintero; Caribbean Air Command, Los Cerrillos, Santiago, Chile July 1946; 
					Operated by the USAAF to train FACh pilots; TO Fuerza Aérea de Chile 29Sep47 as serial 751; 
					It was customary within the FACH to re-use the serial numbers of crashed aircraft. 
					In this case FACH 751 was also again used on 45-49221 delivered July 18, 1953
					Grupo de Aviación No 1, El Bosque, Santiago, Chile; Grupo de Caza No 1, El Bosque, 
					Santiago, Chile 6Feb48; Grupo de Aviación No 2, Quintero, Valparaíso, Chile 1949; 
					Grupo de Aviación No 5, Quintero, Valparaíso, Chile 1Apr49; Written off
				90337 (MSN 5482)	
				90338 (MSN 5483) Air National Guard
				90339 (MSN 5484)	
				90340 (MSN 5485) 121st Fighter Squadron, 113th Fighter Group, District of Columbia Air 
					National Guard, Andrews AFB, MD; Crashed one mile N of Friendship, MD; Pilot killed
				90341 (MSN 5486)	
				90342 (MSN 5487) 2539th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; Accident 28Jun45 
					landing at Matagorda Gunnery Range, TX
				90343 (MSN 5488)	
				90344 (MSN 5489) San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					American Republics Project 73002; 4121st Base Unit, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					To Força Aérea Brasileira Jun47 as serial 4152; 9º Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, 
					Rio de Janeiro Written off 25May49; SOC 9Aug49
				90345 (MSN 5490)	
				90346 (MSN 5491) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 267th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Fort Sumner Field, NM; 
					Crash landed 22May45 wheels up with mechanical failure 3 miles NE of Fort Sumner
				90347 (MSN 5492)	
				90348	 (MSN 5493)	
				90349 (MSN 5494)	
				90350 (MSN 5495) Assigned to Mutual Assistance Program for Yugoslavia 1952, may have gone to 
					Dominican Republic
				90351 (MSN 5496)	
				90352 (MSN 5497) C Squadron, 3010th Base Unit, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; Force landed 9Jan46 
					10 miles N of Florence, AZ
				90353 (MSN 5498)	
				90354 (MSN 5499)	
				90355 (MSN 5500)	
				90356 (MSN 5501) to French AF, Escadron de Chasse 1/20 "Aurès-Nementha", Oran La Sénia [BA141], Algeria; 
					Accident 12May56 mid air collision with P-47D 44-90024 at Biskra, Algeria
				90357 (MSN 5502)	
				90358 (MSN 5503)	
				90359 (MSN 5504)	
				90360 (MSN 5505)	
				90361 (MSN 5506) Intended for American Republics Project 73000; 121st Fighter Squadron, 
					113th Fighter Group, District of Columbia Air National Guard, Andrews AFB, MD; TOC 1Apr47; 
					Reclaimed 20May49
				90362 (MSN 5507)	
				90363 (MSN 5508)	
				90364 (MSN 5509) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 267th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Fort Sumner Field, NM; 
					Accident 16Jul45 landing at Fort Sumner
				90365 (MSN 5510)	
				90366 (MSN 5511)	
				90367 (MSN 5512) Assigned to Mutual Assistance Program for Yugoslavia 1952, may have gone to Dominican Republic
				90368 (MSN 5513) Delivered to USAAF 7May45; 4185th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, 
					Independence Field, MO; Redesignated TP-47D; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel 
					Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; American Republics Project 94547-S; Caribbean 
					Air Command; SOC 26Aug47; To Fuerza Aérea Venezolana28Oct47 as serial 490368; 
					Reserialled as 6; Steve Schulke, Orlando FL 1971; Jean Salis Collection, France 1975; 
					Noted stored at La Ferte Alais 1984; Returned to USA in 1987; Charles A Osborne, 
					Louisville, Kentucky; Blue Sky Aviation, Louisville June 1991; Registered N4747P 
					Charles A. Osborn/ Blue Sky Aviation, Louisville, KY & Sellersburg, IN Jun91; 
					first flight 1991; Originally it was restored in the colors of 44-32773 “Big Ass Bird II” 
					of Howard Parks of the 513th Squadron, 406th Fighter Group in Belgium in 1945, but 
					the profanity in its name presented problems with airshow bookings in the more 
					puritanical parts of the United States, so it was repainted as 44-33240 “Tarheel Hal” of “Ike” Davis 
					of the 356th Squadron, 358th Fighter Group at Toul Air Base, France, in January 1945. 
					“Tar heel” is a nickname for people from North Carolina, probably related to the tar-seeping 
					pine trees that at one time were important to the state’s economy; Lone Star Flight Museum, 
					Galveston TX 8Jul98; Registered to Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, Texas, current [Jan17]
				90369 (MSN 5514) 148th Fighter Squadron, 112th Fighter Group, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, 
					Reading Municipal Airport, PA; Mid air collision 11Dec48 with P-47D 44-33665 8 miles E of 
					Reading; Pilot killed
				90370	(MSN 5515)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 267th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Fort Sumner Field, NM; 
					Accident 19Jun51 when ground looped landing at Fort Sumner; 139th Fighter Squadron, 
					107th Fighter Group, New York Air National Guard; Schenectady County Airport, NY; 
					Accident landing 19Jun51 at Griffiss AFB, NY; Pilot killed
				90371 (MSN 5516) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 267th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Fort Sumner Field, NM; 
					Damaged 14Jul45 in collision with P-47D 44-32883 on the ground at Fort Sumner
				90372 (MSN 5517)	
				90373 (MSN 5518) 616th Base Unit, Hope Field, AR; Redesignated TP-47D; Crash landed 25Jul45 
					with mechanical failure 5 miles NW of Washington, AR
				90374 (MSN 5519) Assigned to Mutual Assistance Program for Yugoslavia 1952, may have gone to Dominican Republic
				90375 (MSN 5520)	
				90376 (MSN 5521)	
				90377 (MSN 5522)	
				90378 (MSN 5523) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 18Aug45 with P-47D 44-32678 25 miles SW of Galveston; Pilot killed
				90379 (MSN 5524)	
				90380 (MSN 5525)	
				90381 (MSN 5526)	
				90382 (MSN 5527)	
				90383 (MSN 5528)	
				90384 (MSN 5529)	
				90385 (MSN 5530) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 24Sep45 landing at Galveston
				90386 (MSN 5531) Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; Stored; Damaged 9Feb47 taxying 
					at Hill Field, Ogden, UT; 105th Fighter Squadron, 118th Fighter Group, Tennessee Air 
					National Guard, Berry Field, Nashville, TN; 118th Composite Group; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; 
					52nd Fighter-Interceptor Wing; Berry AFB, Nashville, TN; 4709th Defense Wing; Berry AFB, 
					Nashville, TN; 35th Air Division, McGhee Tyson AFB, Knoxville, TN; Force landed 6Sep52 with 
					mechanical failure 35 miles S of Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY; Pilot killed
				90387 (MSN 5532) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Strother Field, 
					Winfield, KS; Crash landed 7Jun45 after engine failure at Strother
				90388 (MSN 5533)	
				90389 (MSN 5534)	
				90390 (MSN 5535)	
				90391 (MSN 5536)	
				90392 (MSN 5537)	
				90393 (MSN 5538) Accident 8May45; 269th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					249th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, La Junta Field, CO; 4185th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, 
					Independence Field, MO; Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					American Republics Project 73002; 4121st Base Unit, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					To Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jun47 as serial 4153; 9° Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea de Santa Cruz, 
					Rio de Janeiro 10Nov47; 1º Grupo de Aviação de Caça; Crashed in sea 22May51 in Sepetiba 
					Bay near Ibicuí, RJ, Brazil
				90394 (MSN 5539)	
				90395 (MSN 5540) 138th Fighter Squadron, 107th Fighter Group, New York Air National Guard; 
					Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY; Crashed 11Dec49 one mile NW of Georgetown, NY; Pilot killed
				90396 (MSN 5541)	
				90397 (MSN 5542) 104th Fighter Squadron, 113th Fighter Group, Maryland Air National Guard, 
					Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD
				90398 (MSN 5543)	
				90399 (MSN 5544) 269th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 365th Fighter Squadron, 
					358th Fighter Group, La Junta Field, CO; Accident 14Aug45 after engine failure taking 
					off at La Junta; 4185th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; 
					Air Materiel Command, Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
					Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; American Republics Project; 
					Caribbean Air Command; 15Apr46; Fuerza Aérea del Perú 21Jul47 as serial 462; WFU
				90400 (MSN 5545) 121st Fighter Squadron, 113th Fighter Group, District of Columbia Air National Guard; 
					Andrews AFB, MD; Crash landed 6May48 wheels up with fuel starvation 3 miles SSW of Sale Creek, TN
				90401 (MSN 5546)	
				90402 (MSN 5547) Amarillo Field, TX; 3237th Base Unit, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM; 269th Base Unit, 
					2nd Air Force, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; La Junta Field, CO; 4185th Base Unit, 
					Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; Air Materiel Command, Olmsted Field, 
					Middletown, PA; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX; American Republics Project; Caribbean Air Command 11Apr46; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú 21Jul47 as serial 463; WFU
				90403 (MSN 5548)	
				90404 (MSN 5549)	
				90405 (MSN 5550)	
				90406 (MSN 5551) C Squadron, 2539th Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Mid air collision 6Jun45 at Matagorda Peninsula, TX; Mid air collision 15Jun45 15 miles S of Palacios, TX
				90407 (MSN 5552)	
				90408 (MSN 5553) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 5Jul45 at Galveston; 104th Fighter Squadron [14], 113th Fighter Group, 
					Maryland Air National Guard, Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD; Ditched 22Apr50 after engine 
					failure in the Patapsco river, Baltimore
				90409 (MSN 5554)	
				90410 (MSN 5555) Jefferson Proving Ground, Proving Ground Command, Madison, IN; 3010th Base Unit, 
					Training Command, Williams Field, Chandler, AZ; 2500th Base Unit, Randolph Field, 
					San Antonio, TX; Redesignated TP-47D; Columbus Field, MS; 4185th Base Unit, 
					Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker Field, 
					Oklahoma City, OK; 4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; 
					4185th Base Unit, Air Materiel Command, Independence Field, MO; Air Materiel Command, 
					Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; American Republics Project 94547-S; To Fuerza Aérea Venezolana
					28Aug47 as serial 490410; Reserialled as 5; WFU
				90411 (MSN 5556) 104th Fighter Squadron, 113th Fighter Group, Maryland Air National Guard, 
					Harbor Field, Baltimore, MD; 128th Fighter Squadron, 116th Fighter Group, 
					Georgia Air National Guard; Marietta Field, GA; Accident 14Dec47 landing at Marietta; 
					139th Fighter Squadron, 107th Fighter Group, New York Air National Guard; 
					Schenectady County Airport, NY; Mid air collision 6Oct49 with F-47D 44-32929 3 miles 
					N of Schnectady; Pilot killed
				90412 (MSN 5557) 123rd Air Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 28Jul45 when ground looped landing at Lunken Airport, OH
				90413 (MSN 5558) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 525; WFU
				90414 (MSN 5559) 123rd Air Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 4Jun45 3 miles S of Wallan, NC; Pilot killed
				90415 (MSN 5560)	
				90416 (MSN 5561)	
				90417 (MSN 5562)	
				90418 (MSN 5563)	
				90419 (MSN 5564)	
				90420 (MSN 5565)	
				90421 (MSN 5566) 123rd Air Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 1Jul45 with mechanical fault at Syracuse, NY
				90422 (MSN 5567)	
				90423 (MSN 5568) 119th Fighter Squadron, 102nd Fighter Group, New Jersey Air National Guard, 
					Newark, NJ; Mid air collision 2Jun51 with F-47D 44-33517 E of Yaphank, NY; Pilot killed
				90424 (MSN 5569)	
				90425 (MSN 5570) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
					Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 526; WFU
				90426 (MSN 5571) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Accident 20Oct45 with 
					mechanical failure taking off at Shaw Field, SC
				90427 (MSN 5572)	
				90428 (MSN 5573)	
				90429 (MSN 5574)	
				90430 (MSN 5575)	
				90431 (MSN 5576)	
				90432 (MSN 5577) 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Damaged 26Oct45 by engine fire at Memphis
				90433 (MSN 5578)	
				90434 (MSN 5579)	
				90435 (MSN 5580)	
				90436 (MSN 5581)	
				90437 (MSN 5582) 156th Fighter Squadron, 54th Fighter Wing, North Carolina Air National Guard, 
					Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; 137th Fighter Squadron, 107th Fighter Group, New York Air 
					National Guard; Westchester CAP, NY; Crashed 3May50 after loss of control one mile N 
					of Westchester CAP, NY; Pilot killed
				90438 (MSN 399-55583)	to Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo Feb52 as serial 13021; 
					Museum of the Yugoslav Air Force, Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Doug Arnold/ Warbirds of GB Ltd, 
					Bitteswell, England 1985; Patina Ltd, Duxford; John Whittington, Knoxville, TN 1986; 
					Registered N647D, current [Jan17]; Restored Knoxville, TN and trucked to Rialto, CA 1996; 
					First flight at Rialto, CA 3Nov96; Registered to John Schoffner/ Aviation Management Resources, 
					Middlesboro, KY 11Jul96; Airworthy and displayed at Tennessee Museum of Aviation, 
					Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg Airport, TN; Displayed as 490438/44 ‘Wicked Wabbit’ of the 
					65th Squadron of the 57th Fighter Group based on Corsica during 1944
				90439 (MSN 5584)	
				90440 (MSN 5585)	
				90441 (MSN 5586)	
				90442 (MSN 5587) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 527; WFU
				90443 (MSN 5588)	
				90444 (MSN 5589) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air Materiel 
					Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 528; WFU
				90445 (MSN 5590) 139th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Shaw Field, Sumter, SC; Mid air collision 29Aug45 
					with P-47D 44-90169 over Shaw Field
				90446 (MSN 5591)	
				90447 (MSN 399-55592) Middletown Air Materiel , Air Materiel Command, Middletown Air Depot, 
					Olmsted AFB, PA; Force landed 7Dec51 with fuel starvation 3 miles W of Reading, PA; 
					To Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo1952; Recovered derelict from a park in Belgrade; 
					David Price, Bill Clark, Tiger Destefani/Museum of Flying, Santa Monica CA 1989; 
					Restored at Shafter, CA; Registered N1345B to William P. Clark/ Repatria Inc, Paso Robles, CA 
					&Museum of Flying/ Liberty Aero Corp, Santa Monica, CA 12Apr93; First flight Jun93; Race #39; 
					Jeff Clyman/ PT-17 Inc/ American Airpower Museum, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY May 
					2000, current [Jan17]; Painted as 490447/LH-I ‘Jacky's Revenge’ [the kill scoreboard 
					and name “Jackie’s Revenge,” which are not authentic to the rest of the paint scheme, 
					were applied by current owner the American Airpower Museum, Jackie being the wife of the 
					museum owner-benefactor]. On May 27, 2016 the Thunderbolt ditched in the Hudson River 
					following a reported loss of engine power. The pilot was fatally injured and the airplane 
					was substantially damaged. The local flight originated from Republic Airport (FRG), 
					Farmingdale, New York. The accident aircraft was part of a three-ship formation and the 
					pilot was participating in a photo shoot. During the flight, the pilot made a distress 
					call and subsequently ditched the airplane in the Hudson River, south of the George 
					Washington Bridge. The airplane impacted the water and sank. Attempts to rescue the 
					pilot were unsuccessful. The wreckage was recovered from the river the following day and 
					was transported to the West 30th Street Heliport, New York. A cursory examination of the 
					engine revealed that the number 18 cylinder was damaged, consistent with an in-flight occurrence.
				90448 (MSN 5593) 139th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Shaw Field, Sumter, SC; Damaged 30May45 on the 
					ground in collision with P-47D 42-28715 at Shaw Field
				90449 (MSN 5594)	
				90450 (MSN 5595)	
				90451 (MSN 5596) 120th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 29May45 
					with P-47D 42-75483 10 miles S of Scottsdale, VA
				90452 (MSN 5597)	
				90453 (MSN 5598)	
				90454 (MSN 5599)	
				90455 (MSN 5600) D Squadron, 120th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 30May45 
					20 miles E of Lynchburg, VA; TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; 
					San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					Reimbursable Aid Program; Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 529; WFU
				90456 (MSN 5601) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 530; WFU
				90457 (MSN 5602)	
				90458 (MSN 5603)	
				90459 (MSN 5604) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
					Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 531; WFU
				90460 (MSN 399-55605)	TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; Refurbished for 
					Mutual Defense Aid Program; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX; To Força Aérea Brasileira 30Oct53 as serial 4175; Parque de Aeronautica 
					de Sao Paulo, Base Aérea Sao Paulo 30Oct53; 2º/5º Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea Natal, 
					Parnamirim 26Apr54; 1°/4° Grupo de Aviação, Base Aérea Fortaleza 11Jul57; 
					Nucleo do Parque de Material Aeronautico do Recife, Base Aérea Recife 18Jul57; WFU; 
					SOC December 18, 1958; Displayed as 226450, code A1, Recife AAB, Brazil, 1970; 
					Museu Aerospacial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, 1987; Airplane Sales International, 
					Santa Monica, CA, 1988; Arrived dismantled, Chino, CA from Brazil, September 1988; 
					Airplane Sales International, Beverly Hills, CA, September 1995; Registered as N9246B, 
					current [Jan17]; Stored, Santa Monica, CA 1990; Neal Melton, Luttrell, TN October 2, 1996; 
					Restored to airworthy condition at Rialto, CA, June 13, 1996-1999; First flight, 
					August 3, 1999; Flown as "Hun Hunter XVI", code 40; Neal Melton/ Tennessee Museum of 
					Aviation, Sevierville, TN
				90461	(MSN 5606)	99th Fighter Squadron, 477th Composite Group, 1st Air Force, Godman Field, 
					Fort Knox, KY; Damaged 24Jul45 in ground accident at Godman
				90462	(MSN 5607)	132nd Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Accident 21Sep45 taking off at Suffolk County
				90463 (MSN 5608)	
				90464 (MSN 5609) to Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo as serial 13056; Delivered to Yugoslavia 
					and received in Pula on March 1, 1952; 83rd Regiment; 94th Regiment, Skopje June 1, 1953; 
					81st Regiment June 17, 1954; 107th LBAP February 13, 1958; 81st Regiment; 
					975th Aviation Training Center, Sombor 1961; restored by VZ MOMA 1986/87; Museum of the 
					Yugoslav Air Force, Belgrade, Yugoslavia 1987; Preserved and on display at Muzej Jugoslovenskog 
					Ratnog Vazduhoplovstva, Belgrade, Serbia
				90465 (MSN 5610)	
				90466 (MSN 5611)	
				90467	 (MSN 5612)	
				90468 (MSN 5613) 123rd Air Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Mid air collision 1Sep45 with TP-47D 42-75467 one mile W of Richmond, VA; Pilot killed
				90469 (MSN 5614)	
				90470	(MSN 5615)	
				90471	(MSN 399-55616)	TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 532; reserialled as 114; WFU, open storage at 
					Piura AAB, Peru 1963/69; Ed Jurist / Vintage Aircraft International Ltd, Nyack NY; 
					Registered N47DA 24Jul69, current [Jan17]; Arrived Brownsville, TX 5Sep69 on SS Rosaldina, 
					assembled by Confederate Air Force at Harlingen, TX 1971; First flight 26Aug71; 
					David C. Tallichet / Yesterday's Air Force / Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation, 
					Chino, CA 30Apr75; Stored Barstow-Daggett, CA 1975; Displayed at 56th FG Restaurant, 
					Farmingdale, NY Apr83; Displayed as 421175/UN-Z ‘Zemke's Wolfpack’; 
					National Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY, loaned Apr87/90; Air Heritage Inc, 
					Beaver Falls, PA, leased 1991/94; Restoration to fly commenced at Beaver Falls; 
					Henry J. “Butch” Schroeder, Danville IL 1994; Arrived Danville Apr95 for restoration; 
					First flight, Danville 15Jun97 as 226641/LM-S ‘Hairless Joe’; Damaged when tyre blew 
					on landing and the aircraft tipped on its nose at Mount Vernon, IL 27Sep03; 
					Jack Erickson/ Erickson Group, Beaverton, OR 20Sep10; Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR, 
					loaned 2010; Airworthy and displayed at Erickson Aircraft Collection, Madras, OR 22Aug14
				90472	(MSN 5617)	131st Fighter Squadron, 102nd Fighter Group, Massachusetts Air National Guard, 
					Barnes Municipal Airport, Westfield, MA; Crashed 17Aug48 into the sea 5 miles S of Chatham, MA
				90473 (MSN 5618)	
				90474 (MSN 5619)	
				90475 (MSN 5620) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Accident 7Jul45 with mechanical failure taking off at Abilene; Accident 22Oct45 landing at Abilene
				90476 (MSN 5621) 138th Fighter Squadron, 107th Fighter Group, New York Air National Guard; 
					Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY; Crash landed 24Jul49 wheels up with mechanical failure 5 miles NE of Syracuse
				90477 (MSN 5622) 120th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 21Jun45 while parked in 
					collision by P-47D 42-29376 taxying at Richmond Field; TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, 
					Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; 
					Reimbursable Aid Program; to Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 533; WFU
				90478 (MSN 5623)	
				90479 (MSN 5624) TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air 
					Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 534; WFU
				90480 (MSN 5625)	
				90481 (MSN 5626)	
				90482 (MSN 5627) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd Air Force, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 15Jun45 5 miles SE of Eula, TX; Pilot killed
				90483	(MSN 5628)	TEMCO Aircraft Corporation, Hensley, Grand Prairie, TX; San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
					Air Materiel Command, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX; Reimbursable Aid Program; 
					To Fuerza Aérea del Perú Dec52 as serial 535; WFU
44-90484/90485		de Havilland DH-60 Gypsy Moth
				90485 crashed near Yoff, 19 mi NE of Dakar, Senegal Jan 22, 1945.  Pilot injured, aircraft w/o.
44-90486/90488		Consolidated B-32-1-CO Dominator
				Only 90486 fully completed.  The last two lacked military
					equipment and were flown directly to an aircraft disposal site
44-90489/90985		Cancelled contracts
44-90986		Waco XPG-3
				Converted to Waco Aircraft Company model 2-YEU twin-engine powered glider, designated XPG-3. 
					Ordered Sep44, first flight 2Apr45. Redesignated 11Jun48 as G-3.
44-90987/90988		Waco XCG-15A-WO
				Waco Aircraft Company model NEU troop glider. Ordered May44.
44-90989		Chase XCG-14-CA
				Chase Aircraft model MS-1. Ordered 27Oct43. First flight 4Jan45.
					US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for 
					proposed USAAF aviation museum. Dismantled and shipped to the aircraft storage area, 
					803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
44-90990		Chase XCG-14A-CA
				Chase Aircraft model MS-1. First flight 16Oct45.
44-90991/90992		Timm XAG-2-TI
				Project MX-325. O.W. Timm Aircraft Company AG-2 assault glider. Prototypes ordered 22May43; 
					work suspended 2Sep43 followed by a cancellation on 25Oct43.
44-90993/90999		Cancelled contract
44-91000/91001		Convair XP-81
				Single-seat long range excort fighter with both turbojet and turboprop engines.  Redexignated ZXF-81
				91000 Completed January 1945 but because of developmental problems the turbopropeller engine was not ready for installation. 
					A decision was made to mount a V-1650-7 Merlin engine package from a P-51D aircraft in place of the turboprop for initial flight tests. 
					To Muroc, CA; first flight 11Feb45. Returned to Vultee Field, Downey, CA for installation of the General Electric TG-110 (XT41) 
					turboprop engine. First flight by an American turboprop-powered aircraft on 21Dec45. Consigned to a bombing range as 
					photography targets 1947. In storage at the National Museum of the USAF near Dayton, Ohio.
				91001 Consigned to a bombing range as photography targets 1947. In storage at the National Museum of the US AF near Dayton, Ohio.
					Both aircraft are in storage at the National Museum of the US AF near Dayton, Ohio.
44-91002/91003		Republic XF-12A-RE 
				Redesignated XR-12A-RE Jun 11, 1948.  Reconnaissance aircraft that incorporated an onboard dark room for development of films.
				91002 first flight Feb 4, 1946.  Damaged in landing on  July 10, 1947. The aircraft was undergoing maximum landing 
					weight tests. During one particularly hard landing, the right main gear was severed at the engine nacelle. The 
					aircraft bounced hard, and staggered back into the air. The test pilot was able to maintain control, and climb to 
					a safe altitude. He continued to fly the aircraft to burn off excess fuel, to both make the aircraft lighter and 
					lessen the chance of fire. Once excess fuel was burned off, the pilot landed on the left main gear and the nose 
					wheel. The pilot touched down, and while keeping the right wing up, scrubbed off as much speed as possible before 
					it touched down. During the incident the aircraft suffered significant damage. The right wing spar was cracked, 
					and the #3 and #4 engines and props needed to be replaced due to the ground contact. The aircraft was repaired 
					by Republic, and later returned to service in 1948.  In June 1952, the aircraft was retired, stricken from the 
					U.S. AF inventory and ended up as a target on the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
				91003 on Sep 1, 1948, the aircraft departed U.S. AF Flight Test Center at Muroc, California, and climbed westward 
					to gain altitude over the Pacific Ocean. Upon reaching its 40,000 ft cruising altitude, the XF-12 headed 
					eastward and began photographing its entire flight path over the United States. The crew shot a continuous 
					325 foot-long strip of film composed of 390 individual photos (10 inches per photo) covering a 490-mile-wide 
					field of vision. The aircraft landed at Mitchel Field at Garden City, Long Island, New York, completing a 
					flight lasting six hours and 55 minutes at 361 mph average speed.
					Crashed in Choctawhatchee Bay 2 miles south of Eglin AFB, FL Nov 7, 1948.  2 of 7-man crew killed.  The inner port
					engine exploded as the aircraft was returning from a photographic suitability test flight.  Pilot was unable to 
					maintain control and ordered the crew to bail out.  5 of the seven escaped safely, including the pilot.  
44-91004/92003		North American P-51L-NT Mustang
				Contract cancelled
44-92004/92006		Consolidated B-36A-1-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92004 (MSN 1)  First flight at Fort Worth, TX 28Aug47. Accepted by USAF Aug47. Flown to Wright Air 
					Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 30Aug47 for structural testing [the aircraft 
					only ever made these two flights]. Redesignated YB-36A-1-CF. Tested to destruction at 
					Wright-Patterson AFB. ‘City of Fort Worth’; a plaque read: ‘Dedicated to the City of Fort 
					Worth Texas where it was built by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation 1947’. 
					Dedicated by Amon G. Carter during an Army Air Forces Day at Fort Worth 3Aug47
				92005 (MSN 2) Accepted by USAF May48. Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL 18Jun48. 
					Used for climatic testing. Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center, Air Research 
					and Development Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Designated EB-36A. Force landed 
					after engine failure at Wright-Patterson AFB 9Aug49. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 
					73rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, 
					Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Accident two miles NW of Ramey AFB 6Nov44. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Feb 4, 1957 and scrapped there.
				92006 (MSN 3) Accepted by USAF Jun48. Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson Field, 
					Dayton, OH for service testing. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, 
					Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Feb 13, 1957 and scrapped there.
44-92007/92011		Consolidated B-36A-5-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92007 (MSN 4) Accepted by USAF Jun48. 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX Jul48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 718th Strategic 
					Reconnaissance Squadron, 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. 
					Damaged by structural failure after takeoff from Kelly AFB 31Aug52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III.
					To MASDC Feb 5, 1957 and scrapped there.
				92008 (MSN 5) Accepted by USAF Jun48. Wright Air Development Center, Air Research and Development 
					Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Damaged by structural failure at Wright-Patterson 
					AFB 5Oct51. Converted to RB-36E-1-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Sep 19, 1956 and scrapped there
				92009 (MSN 6) Accepted by USAF Jun48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III.  
					To MASDC Feb 6, 1957 and scrapped there
				92010 (MSN 7) Accepted by USAF Jun48. Displayed at Andrews AFB, MD Feb49 along with the 
					Northrop YB-49 flying wing [a close rival]. Converted to RB-36E-1-CF. 
					72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III.  
					To MASDC Feb 18, 1957 and scrapped there
				92011 (MSN 8) Accepted by USAF Jul48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Feb 12, 1957 and scrapped there. 
44-92012/92017		Consolidated B-36A-10-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92012 (MSN 9) Accepted by USAF Jul48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration III.  
					To MASDC Sep 18, 1956 and scrapped there
				92013 (MSN 10) Accepted by USAF Jul48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II.  
					To MASDC Sep 26, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92014 (MSN 11) Accepted by USAF Jul48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II.  
					To MASDC Sep 24, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92015 (MSN 12) Accepted by USAF Jun48. First B-36 delivery to an operational unit when 
					taxied under its own power from Air Force Plant 4 to Carswell AFB 26Jun48; onboard was 
					Amon G. Carter who hand-carried a plaque dedicating the aircraft to the City of Fort Worth. 
					7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 
					72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II.  
					To MASDC Sep 17, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92016 (MSN 13) Accepted by USAF Aug48. Converted to RB-36E-5-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, 
					Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Feb 11, 1957 and scrapped there
				92017 (MSN 14) Accepted by USAF Aug48. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. Redelivered to USAF 27Apr51. 
					72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II.
					To MASDC Sep 12, 1956 and scrapped there.
44-92018/92025		Consolidated B-36A-15-CF Peacemaker
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92018 (MSN 15) 	Accepted by USAF Aug48. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Feb 7, 1957 and scrapped there.
				92019 (MSN 16) Accepted by USAF Aug48. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance 
					Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA.  
					Damaged in ground accident with 44-92022 Aug 22, 1951 at Travis AFB, CA.  The forward 
					fuselage was severed. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 31, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92020 (MSN 17) Accepted by USAF Sep48. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
					Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Sep 11, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92021 (MSN 18) Accepted by USAF Sep48. 436th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged landing at Carswell AFB 18Sep48. 
					Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92022 (MSN 19) 	Accepted by USAF Sep48. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance 
					Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
					Damaged in collision with parked RB-36E 44-92019 while taxying at Travis AFB, CA 22Aug51. 
					72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Aug 12, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92023 (MSN 20) Accepted by USAF Sep48. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 5th Strategic Reconnaissance 
					Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 72nd Bombardment Squadron, 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Sep 17, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92024 (MSN 21) Accepted by USAF Sep48.  To MASDC and used by Davis-Monthan AFB fire department 
					as firefighting aid.  Subsequently scrapped.
				92025 (MSN 22) Accepted by USAF Feb49. Converted to RB-36E-10-CF. 72nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II  
					To MASDC Feb 14, 1957 and scrapped there.
44-92026/92037		Consolidated B-36B-1-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 23/34.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92026 (MSN 23) First flight 8Jul48. Accepted by USAF 25Nov48. Used as an aerodynamic test bed 
					for RB-36D radomes. Used for propeller vibration tests. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX. Converted to B-36D-10-CF by Convair at Fort Worth, TX. Damaged by a tornado 
					at Carswell AFB 1Sep52 when the aircraft was blown into B-36F 49-2675. 95th Bombardment Wing, 
					Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92027 (MSN 24) Converted to B-36D-20-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, 
					Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. to MASDC Mar 7, 1956 and scrapped there
				92028 (MSN 25) Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, 
					Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. to MASDC May 8, 1956 and scrapped there
				92029 (MSN 26) Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 334th Bombardment Squadron, 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
					Accident seven miles NE of Biggs AFB 16Jul54. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					335th Bombardment Squadron, 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX.
					W/o 2/8/55 at Carswell AFB during practice landing when pilot
					misjudged approach during twilight conditions and landed short
					and gear sheared off.
				92030 (MSN 27) Converted to B-36D-20-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 42nd Bombardment Squadron, 
					11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged landing at Walker AFB, NM 9Feb53. 
					Featherweight Configuration II. 69th Bombardment Squadron, 42nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Limestone AFB, ME. Damaged by structural failure at Loring AFB 13Apr54written off 3/5/55 at 
					Loring AFB when wingtip hit snowbank during landing.
				92031 (MSN 28) Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 42nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Loring AFB, Limestone, ME. Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Feb 28, 1956 and scrapped there
				92032 (MSN 29) Converted to B-36D-15-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 325th Bombardment Squadron, 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA.   Crashed 3/29/54 at Fairchild AFB 
					during takeoff practice abort.  7 killed, 3 survivors.
				92033 (MSN 30) 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Westover AFB, MA 20Mar49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF 
					by Convair at San Diego, CA. 325th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Accident eight miles SE of Fairchild AFB 11Apr52. 
					Damaged by structural failure five miles west of Fairchild AFB 20Mar54. 
					Featherweight Configuration II. to MASDC Nov 19, 1956 and scrapped there
				92034 (MSN 31) 436th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged taxying at Carswell AFB 13Apr49. Damaged by engine fire seven miles NW of 
					Justin, TX 19Jul49. Converted to B-36D-10-CF by Convair at Fort Worth, TX. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Nov 24, 1956 and scrapped there
				92035 (MSN 32) 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged taxying at Carswell AFB 23Sep49. 26th Bombardment Squadron, 11th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX(7th BW, 26th BS).  Crashed Nov 22, 1950 near Cleburne, TX 14 mi 
					S of Carswell AFB due to loss of electrical power and engine fire while on training mission.  
					2 of crew of 16 killed in bailout.
				92036 (MSN 33) Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 42nd Bombardment Squadron, 
					11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged by structural failure three 
					miles west of Carswell AFB 21Apr53. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Sep 10, 1956 and scrapped there
				92037 (MSN 34) Accepted by USAF Dec48. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					42nd Bombardment Wing, Loring AFB, Limestone, ME. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Feb 8, 1956 and scrapped there.
44-92038/92049		Consolidated B-36B-5-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 35/46.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92038 (MSN 35) Accepted by USAF Dec48. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX. Damaged taking off at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 19Jan52. Converted to 
					B-36D-10-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA.  Lost in ground fire and explosion at Convair 
					San Diego plant 6/12/52.  I have a reference to this fire as having taken place over a year 
					earlier than that.  Anyone have any more info?
				92039 (MSN 36) Accepted by USAF Dec48. Converted to B-36D-20-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					70th Bombardment Squadron, 42nd Bombardment Wing, Limestone AFB, ME. Damaged by 
					mechanical failure taxying at Limestone AFB 8Jul53. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, 
					El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1956 and scrapped there
				92040 (MSN 37) Accepted by USAF Dec48. Converted to B-36D-20-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 3
					36th Bombardment Squadron, 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Sep 4, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92041 Accepted by USAF Dec48. 436th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure four miles NW of Fort Worth 29Jul49. 
					Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, 
					El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  w/o at Biggs AFB 1/19/56 due to hard landing.
				92042 (MSN 39) Accepted by USAF Dec48. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth,  attempting to land at Boscombe Down, England during a snowstorm in January 
					1952, aircraft missed airfield altogether and landed in adjacent fields! No 
					damage, except to ground and some haystacks; aircraft was retrieved and flew 
					back to USA. General LeMay had the pilot demoted from colonel to lieutenant 
					and sent home under arrest!  ! Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Mar 19, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92043 (MSN 40) Accepted by USAF Dec48.  Convair, San Diego, CA 6Apr50 for conversion to 
					B-36D-10-CF. First flight 5Dec50. Damaged by a tornado at Carswell AFB 1Sep52; 
					empennage ripped off. 42nd Bombardment Wing, Loring AFB, Limestone, ME. Featherweight Configuration II
					To MASDC Feb 13, 1956 and scrapped there
				92044 (MSN 41) Accepted by USAF Dec48. Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Aug 15, 1956 and scrapped there
				92045 (MSN 42) Accepted by USAF Feb49. Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Aug 14, 1956 and scrapped there
				92046 (MSN 43) Bailed to Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged by 
					mechanical failure landing at Fort Worth 29Jan49. Modified with the supplemental 
					General Electric J47 turbojet engines installed in Boeing B-47 pods. Used for high-altitude 
					tests with the General Electric J47 turbojet engine. Accepted by USAF Jan51. 
					Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, 
					El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC May 22, 1956 and scrapped there
				92047 (MSN 44) Accepted by USAF Feb49. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					42nd Bombardment Wing, Loring AFB, Limestone, ME. Featherweight Configuration II
					To MASDC Feb 24, 1956 and scrapped there
				92048 (MSN 45) Accepted by USAF Feb49. Converted to B-36D-10-CF. 326th Bombardment Squadron, 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Damaged by structural failure 
					taking off at Fairchild AFB 29Mar54. Featherweight Configuration II.
					To MASDC Dec 4, 1956 and scrapped there
				92049 (MSN 46) 	Earmarked for conversion using four Curtiss-Wright XT35 gas turbine 
					engines driving tractor propellers; proposal declined by USAF. Accepted by USAF Jan49. 
					Converted to B-36D-10-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB,
					 El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1956 and scrapped there
44-92050/92064		Consolidated B-36B-10-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 47/61.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				92050 Accepted by USAF 18Mar49. 98th Bombardment Squadron, 11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX. Damaged landing with mechanical failure at Fort Worth 6Aug49. 
					Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 326th Bombardment Squadron, 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. crashed on takeoff from Fairchild AFB 
					Apr 15, 1952. The cause has been blamed on an improperly-set trim tab prior to takeoff.  
					15 killed, 2 survived with major injuries.  However, there is uncertainty about the 
					actual cause of the accident.  It may have happened that the aircraft was airborne briefly for a quarter mile 
					when one starboard engine began backfiring and caught fire, followed by the 
					shutdown of all six engines.  There may have been a nuclear bomb aboard, which may be the 
					reason for the high amount of secrecy surrounding this incident.
				92051 Accepted by USAF Mar49. Converted to B-36D-10-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					11th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged 9/1/52 by tornado at Carswell AFB.  
					Not returned to service.  Aircraft was salvaged to assist repair to the other B-36 aircraft 
					damaged by the tornado, 24 seriously. The remains of the airframe were later shipped to 
					Sandia Labs in Albuquerque, New Mexico where it was used to fit-check new atomic bomb 
					shapes and as a weapons loader trainer. Parts may have been used later during various 
					nuclear tests in Nevada.
				92052 (MSN 49) Accepted by USAF Mar49. Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III
					To MASDC Aug 7, 1956 and scrapped there
				92053 (MSN 50) Accepted by USAF Apr49. Converted to B-36D-10-CF by Convair at Fort Worth, TX. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Sep 10, 1956 and scrapped there
				92054 (MSN 51) Accepted by USAF Apr49. Converted to B-36D-10-CF by Convair at Fort Worth, TX. 
					Consolidated-Vultee aircraft Corporation, Fort Worth, TX. Dedicated test aircraft for B-36 
					program modifications. Designated JB-36D.  To MASDC Sep 17, 1957 and scrapped there
				92055 (MSN 52) Accepted by USAF Jun49. 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged in an accident on the ground at Carswell AFB 4Oct50. 
					Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, 
					El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Aug 22, 1956 and scrapped there
				92056 (MSN 53) Accepted by USAF Jun49. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Fatal accident caused by mechanical failure nine miles 
					east of Salome, AZ 12May50. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Nov 8, 1956 and scrapped there
				92057 (MSN 54) 	Bailed to Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Modified with the supplemental General Electric J47 turbojet engines installed in pods. 
					First flight 26Mar49 using J35 engines. Used for armament tests; flight tested J35 and J47 
					engines; four-blade propeller vibration tests; Pratt & Whitney R-4360-53 engine tests.
					Accepted by USAF Jan51. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					325th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Damaged by structural failure at Fairchild AFB 31Mar54. Featherweight Configuration II
					To MASDC Dec 6, 1956 and scrapped there
				92058 (MSN 55) Accepted by USAF Jun50. Converted to B-36D-20-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					Used for defensive armament tests. 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1956 and scrapped there
				92059 (MSN 56) Accepted by USAF Jan49. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Dec 14, 1956 and scrapped there
				92060 (MSN 57) Accepted by USAF Aug49. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II
					To MASDC Dec 17, 1956 and scrapped there
				92061 (MSN 58) Accepted by USAF Jul49. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					435th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged by structural failure over the Matagorda gunnery range, TX 13Nov52. 
					75th Bombardment Squadron, 42nd Bombardment Wing, Limestone AFB, ME. 
					Damaged taxying at Limestone AFB 29Jan54. Damaged by structural failure at Limestone AFB 
					1Feb54. Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Feb 17, 1956 and scrapped there 
				92062 (MSN 59) Accepted by USAF Jul49. 77th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 28th Strategic 
					Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. Damaged by engine fire over Kansas 23Nov49. 
					Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, 
					Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Jun 1, 1956 and scrapped there
				92063 (MSN 60) Accepted by USAF Jul49. Converted to B-36D-40-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged by structural failure after takeoff from Carswell AFB 22Jan52. 
					95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Apr 27, 1956 and scrapped there
				92064 (MSN 61) Accepted by USAF Jul49. Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Nov 15, 1956 and scrapped there
44-92065/92079		Consolidated B-36B-15-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 62/76.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Ordered as part of a production for thirty-four B-36C-1-CF bombers in August 1944. 
					B-36C program cancelled summer of 1948. Reordered as B-36B.
				92065 (MSN 62) Accepted by USAF Aug49. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					326th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Feb 27, 1957 and scrapped there
				92066 (MSN 63) Accepted by USAF Aug49. 436th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged in an accident at Carswell AFB 19Aug50. 
					Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Mar 7, 1956 and scrapped there
				92067 (MSN 64) Accepted by USAF Aug49. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					327th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA.  
					Damaged by mechanical failure at Nellis AFB, NV 6Dec51. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Dec 11, 1956 and scrapped there
				92068 (MSN 65) Accepted by USAF Sep49. 77th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 28th Strategic 
					Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. Force landed after engine failure at Rapid City AFB 2Nov49. 
					Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, 
					Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1956 and scrapped there
				92069 (92nd BW)Accepted by USAF Oct49. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					327th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Destroyed when burned on taxiway at Fairchild AFB Feb 26, 1954 due to landing gear collapse 
					and subsequent fuel tank rupture.
				92070 (MSN 67) Accepted by USAF Oct49. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Mar 5, 1957 and scrapped there
				92071 Accepted by USAF Dec49. 1st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
					Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA. Damaged at Fairfield-Suisun AFB 15Feb50. Converted to B-36D-45-CF 
					by Convair at San Diego, CA. 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX Jul48. The 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB was equipped with the B-36H and 
					transferred all its B-36D to the 95th Bomb Wing at Biggs AFB(7th BW, 492nd BS) 
					Crashed into Franklin Mountains near El Paso, TX Dec 11, 1953 due to
					pilot disorientation and disregarding of GCA warnings.  All 9 crew killed.
				92072 (MSN 69) Accepted by USAF Jun49. Converted to B-36D-30-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					Used for defensive armament tests; K-System tests. 42nd Bombardment Wing, Loring AFB, 
					Limestone, ME. Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Feb 13, 1956 and scrapped there
				92073 (MSN 70) Accepted by USAF Jul49. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged by engine fire over Carswell AFB 1Dec49. 
					Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 326th Bombardment Squadron, 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Damaged by structural failure 17 miles NE 
					of Spokane 27Jun53. Damaged by fire at Fairchild AFB 16Mar54. Damaged by structural 
					failure ten miles SW of Fairchild AFB 5Aug54. 327th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Damaged by structural failure five miles WNW of Carswell AFB, TX 13Sep54. 
					Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Jan 2, 1957 and scrapped there
				92074 (MSN 71) Accepted by USAF Jul49. 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX. Damaged taking off at Carswell AFB 6Mar51. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair 
					at San Diego, CA. 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Dec 6, 1956 and scrapped there
				92075 Accepted by USAF Aug49. Damaged by mechanical failure at Carswell AFB 3Aug49. 436th Bombardment 
					Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. crashed Feb 13, 1950 in northern 
					British Columbia due to carburetor icing and engine fires. . The aircraft had been enroute from 
					Eielson Air Force Base near Fairbanks, Alaska to Carswell AFB in Fort Worth, Texas, 
					more than 3000 miles south-east, on a mission that included a simulated nuclear attack on 
					San Francisco.  5 lost in bailout at night over water.  The Mark 4 nuclear bomb that the plane
					was carrying was jettisoned and detonated in mid-air, resulting in a large conventional 
					explosion over the Inside Passage. The aircraft commander steered the plane over Princess Royal 
					Island to spare his crew having to parachute into the cold North Pacific, whereupon the crew bailed out. 
					Before bailing out last, he set a turning course toward the open ocean using the autopilot. 
					Five crew perished after bailing out. Unexpectedly, the B-36 continued to fly for over two 
					hundred miles and crashed in the mountains of British Columbia. Three years later, a RCAF flight 
					spotted the B-36's wreckage. It was found on the side of Mount Kologet, about 50 miles (80 km) 
					east of the Alaskan border, roughly due east of the towns of Stewart, British Columbia and 
					Hyder, Alaska, on the east side of the isolated Nass Basin northwest of Hazelton, British Columbia.
				92076 (MSN 73) Accepted by USAF Jul49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					325th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure taking off at Eielson AFB, Fairbanks, AK 19Feb54. 
					Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Nov 26, 1957 and scrapped there
				92077 (MSN 74) 	Accepted by USAF Aug49. 492nd Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure at Carswell AFB 31Aug49. 
					Damaged by bird strike landing at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA 12Jan52. 
					Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, 
					Spokane, WA. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly AFB, TX. Featherweight Configuration II.
					To MASDC Mar 14, 1957 and scrapped there
				92078 (MSN 75)Accepted by USAF Aug49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					326th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Damaged by engine failure taking off at Yokota AB, Western Tokyo, Japan 27Dec54. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1957 and scrapped there
				92079 (MSN 76) Accepted by USAF Aug49. 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX.  Crashed into Lake Worth, TX 9-15-49 due to propeller reversal during takeoff. 5 killed.
44-92080/92087		Consolidated B-36B-20-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 77/84.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Ordered as part of a production for thirty-four B-36C-1-CF bombers in August 1944. 
					B-36C program cancelled summer of 1948. Reordered as B-36B.
				92080 (MSN 77) Accepted by USAF Aug49. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					Redelivered to USAF late 1951. 327th Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, 
					Spokane, WA.  Destroyed when landed short at Fairchild AFB 1/29/52 and skidded into snowbank.  Plane burned.
				92081 (MSN 78) Accepted by USAF Aug49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					 Bombardment Squadron, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					Damaged landing at Fairchild AFB 26Nov52. Damaged by bird strike 15 miles east of Missoula, MT 22Sep54. 
					Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Dec 4, 1956 and scrapped there
				92082 (MSN 79) Accepted by USAF Sep49. 717th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. Damaged by mechanical failure at 
					Rapid City AFB 6Oct49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Jan 9, 1957 and scrapped there
				92083 (MSN 80) Accepted by USAF Sep49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Dec 13, 1956 and scrapped thre
				92084 (MSN 81) Accepted by USAF Oct49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Feb 19, 1957 and scrapped there
				92085 (MSN 82) Accepted by USAF Jan50. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration III.
					To MASDC Feb 26, 1957 and scrapped there
				92086 (MSN 83) Accepted by USAF Feb49. Converted to B-36D-50-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Dec 10, 1956 and scrapped there
				92087 (MSN 84) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Converted to B-36D-45-CF by Convair at San Diego, CA. 
					Defensive armament tests; wing structure integrity evaluations. 92nd Bombardment Wing, 
					Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Jan 16, 1957 and scrapped there
44-92088/92094		Consolidated RB-36D-1-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 85/91.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Ordered as part of a production for thirty-four B-36C-1-CF bombers in August 1944. 
					B-36C program cancelled summer of 1948. Reordered as B-36B but built as RB-36D.
				92088 (MSN 85) First flight 14Dec49. Accepted by USAF Dec49. Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development 
					Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Damaged by mechanical failure three miles SW of 
					Corning, AR 12Aug50. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD.  Modified in 1954 to 
					carry huge K-42 *Boston Camera* and redesignated
					ERB-36D.  Scrapped at Kelly AFB 1955.
				92089 (MSN 86) Accepted by USAF Dec49. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. 
					72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico;  
					72nd Bombardment Wing 1Oct55. Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Aug 8, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92090 (MSN 87) Accepted by USAF Jan50. Bailed to Convair Aircraft Corporation, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX for development and accelerated service tests. Took off from Fort Worth at 09.05 
					on January 14, 1951 with a Convair crew to make the longest flight ever made by any B-36, 
					landing at 12.35 on January 16, 1951, a flight time of 51 hours and 30 minutes. 
					28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD 1951. 
					5th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Travis AFB, CA Feb52. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Jun53. Convair Aircraft Corporation, Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX 2Aug54 for conversion to GRB-36D-1-CF. Modified as a carrier for the 
					FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Fitted with a trapeze to carry and recover a Republic 
					RF-84K Thunderflash parasite fighter in its bomb bay. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
					Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 22Feb55. 348th Bombardment Squadron, 
					99th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA 9Mar55. 3243rd Test Group, 
					3200th Test Wing, Air Proving Ground Center, Eglin AFB, FL 2Aug55. 
					Used for the Phase VII Operational Suitability Test of the FICON system. 
					Operational Test Center, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL Dec55. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Jul 3, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92091 (MSN 88) Accepted by USAF Feb50. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD.
					2918th Area Maintenance Group, Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX. Damaged by a bird strike on 
					takeoff from Kelly AFB 13Dec52. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico; 72nd Bombardment Wing 1Oct55. Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 26, 1956 
					and scrapped there. 
				92092 (MSN 89) 9th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure at Muroc AFB, CA 26Apr49. Accepted by USAF Jun50. 
					28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD Jun50. 301st Strategic 
					Reconnaissance Squadron, 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico May53. Damaged by an explosion on the ground at Ramey AFB 7Aug54. 
					Convair Aircraft Corporation, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX 25Aug54 for conversion to 
					GRB-36D-1-CF. Modified as a carrier for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. 
					Fitted with a trapeze to carry and recover a Republic RF-84K Thunderflash parasite 
					fighter in its bomb bay. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico 2Mar55. 348th Bombardment Squadron, 99th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
					Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA 28Mar55. Featherweight Configuration III. 
					To MASDC Jul 17, 1956 and scrapped there
				92093 (MSN 90) Accepted by USAF Jun50. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD. 
					348th Bombardment Squadron, 99th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. 
					72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 24Mar55; 
					72nd Bombardment Wing 1Oct55. Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Sep 11, 1956 and scrapped there.
				92094 Accepted by USAF Jul50. 28th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Rapid City AFB, SD Jul50.
					72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Jan53. 
					Convair Aircraft Corporation, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX 19Sep54 for conversion to 
					GRB-36D-1-CF. Modified as a carrier for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. 
					Fitted with a trapeze to carry and recover a Republic RF-84K Thunderflash parasite 
					fighter in its bomb bay. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, 
					Puerto Rico 5Mar55. 11th Bomb Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX 15Mar55. 
					72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 23Mar55. 
					348th Bombardment Squadron, 99th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Fairchild AFB, 
					Spokane, WA 24Mar55. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1956 and scrapped there.
44-92095/92098		Consolidated B-36D-1-CF Peacemaker
				MSN 92/95.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Ordered as part of a production order for thirty-four B-36C-1-CF bombers in August 1944. 
					B-36C program cancelled summer of 1948. Reordered as B-36B, built as B-36D.
				92095 (MSN 92) Accepted by USAF Apr50. 6515th Maintenance Group, Air Research & Development 
					Command, Edwards AFB, CA; used for E-5 autopilot tests. Damaged by engine fire 20 miles east 
					of Edwards AFB 8Nov51. Damaged by fire on the ground at Edwards AFB 27Aug52. 
					Featherweight Configuration II.   To MASDC Jun 1, 1956 and scrapped there
				92096 (MSN 93) Accepted by USAF Jul50. Used for propeller vibration tests. 95th Bombardment 
					Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC and scrapped there
				92097 (MSN 94) Accepted by USAF Jul50. 336th Bombardment Squadron, 95th Bombardment Wing, 
					Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX.  Crashed near El Paso IAP 8/28/54 due to loss of engine
					power on practice landing approach.  One crew killed.
				92098 (MSN 95) Accepted by USAF Aug50. Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center, 
					Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Damaged by fire on the ground at Wright-Patterson AFB 2May52. 
					92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Featherweight Configuration II. 
					To MASDC Feb 25, 1957 and scrapped there
44-92099/92103		Convair B-36B Peacemaker 
				Contract cancelled to free up funding for the B-36C program and to compensate for inflation.