1950 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised July 17, 2019


50-001/012	Boeing B-47B-5-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450016/450027.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			001 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
			002 redesignated EB-47B May 1952, TB-47B Jun 1953, and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
				Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Dec 4, 1958
			003 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952, to ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
				subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
			004 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1953 and TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time it was
				already a ground instructional airframe.  
			005 redesignated ERB-47B Oct 1952 and JRB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated
				and redesignated TB-47B
			006 crashed after takeoff 4 mi W of Edwards AFB Nov 19, 1951.
				All aboard killed.  
			007 w/o Sep 1, 1951 in fatal midair collision with B-47 50-0024 3 mi NE of Wichita AFB, KS.  Both aircraft 
				destroyed, 4 killed. 
			008 was first SAC operational B-47, delivered to 306th BS.  Named "The
				Real McCoy" after the wing commander.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
			009 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Used for in-flight refuelling trials and redesignated
				ETB-47B Jan 1955.  Redesignated JTB-47B Dec 1955
			010 to TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 12, 1960
			011 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time was already a ground instructional airframe,
			012 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time was already a ground instructional airframe,
50-013/025	Boeing B-47B-10-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450028/450040.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			013 (TB-47B, 3520 FTW, ATC) crashed after wing failure during training mission Mar 13, 1958. Student
				pilot ejected, instructor parachuted to safety, but crewman occupying the navigator's
				position did not eject and was killed.
			014 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
				redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
			015 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1960
			016 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Believed to be at China Lane
			017 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Used at one
				stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties.  Subsequently
				updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1958
			018 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently
				updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1958
			019 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Jan 1956.  Subsequently
				updated and redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Oct 14, 1958
			020 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952 and TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time it was already an
				instructional airframe.  Redesignated UB-47B Jun 1962 and GB-47B Oct 1962
			021 to TB-47B.  With 4347th CCTW crashed after pitching over during climb out Nov 17, 1959 5 mi 
				NE of Windsor, MS.  Four killed.
			022 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
			023 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 by which time it was already a ground instructional
				airframe.  Reported damaged in crash while flying a Project WIBAC (Boeing-Wichita)
				mission Nov 2, 1951 when chute failed on landing.  No injuries.
			024 destroyed in midair collision with 50-006 near Wichita AFB Sep 1, 1951.  Both aircraft
				destroyed, 2 fatalities apiece.
			025 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1960
50-026/050	Boeing B-47B-15-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450041/450065.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			026 (4925th Test Group) crashed on takeoff Mar 26, 1952. 4 crew killed.
			027 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1952, Damaged in engine fire on ground Sep 24, 1952.
				Redesignated ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955, and subsequently
				updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1958
			028 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  With 3540th FTW crashed during touch-and-go at Pinecastle AFB, Florida
				Dec 16, 1953.  4 crewmen killed.
			029 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  W/o in Kansas Aug 18, 1955.  To MASDC Dec 19, 1958
			030 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1960
			031 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  With 3529th CCTW destroyed in hard landing at McConnell AFB, Kansas
			032 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
			033 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  W/o in Alaska Dec 17, 1952.  To MASDC Dec 18, 1958
			034 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  With 3540th FTW crashed while practicing touch-and-go at Pinecastle AFB,
				Florida Oct 15, 1953.  Pilot killed.
			035 (3520th FTW) landed short at Wichita AFB Jul 22, 1952.  Broke wheel and twisted axle of
				right outrigger gear.  Minor damage also to flap and flaperon due to flying debris.
				No injuries.  Crashed with 3520th FTW Mar 26, 1953.  3 crewmen killed.
			036 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953. To MASDC Feb 4, 1960
			037 redesignated EB-47B May 1952 and to ETB-47B Jun 1953.  Relagated to ground
				instructional airframe Nov 1954 but redesignated JTB-47B Dec 1955, UB-47B
				Jun 1962 and GB-47B Nov 1962.
			038 (306th BW) ditched in Tampa Bay Apr 11, 1952 during approach.  Destroyed but no
				injuries.  Complete power loss due to fuel mismanagement by student pilot who failed
				to note warning lights.
			039 redesignqted TB-47B Jun 1953 by which time it was alread a ground instructional
				airframe.
			040 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Used for inflight refuelling trials as hose and
				drogue tanker and redesignated ETB-47B Jan 1955 (designation KB-47G has been quoted
				but does not appear on aircraft's USAF record card).  Became JTB-47B-17-BW Dec 1955
				and NTB-47B Mar 1960 but immediately withdrawn and stored.  To MASDC May 31, 1960
			041 engine failed Jan 25, 1952, minor damage, no injuries.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1960
			042 to TB-47B.  To MASDC Jul 24, 1958
			043 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1960
			044 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1960
			045 to TB-47B-17-BW
			046 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Sep 1962 when
				redesignated UB-47B.  Redesignated GB-47B Oct 1962.  To MASDC Dec 5, 1958
			047 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1960
			048 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1959
			049 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1960
			050 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jun 19, 1959
50-051/082	Boeing B-47B-20-BW Stratojet
			MSN 450066/450097.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			051 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1958
			052 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1952, TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Apr 1955, and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
				Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1960
			053 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Jul 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Exploded on flight line after failed
				takeoff from Westover AFB, Massachusetts Feb 8, 1958.  3 crewmen killed.
			054 redesignated EB-47B May 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently
				updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
			055 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  W/o at Dobbins AFB, Georgia Jun 24, 1953.  To MASDC Oct 10, 1958
			056 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1958
			057 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953	
			058 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Sep 4, 1958
			059 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
			060 (3520th FTW) damaged during touch and go landing Dec 4, 1952 at Wichita AFB. Aircraft settled back
				onto runway, crew felt a jolt, went around, and landed safely.  Right outrigger had struck a
				pilot of snow alongside runway, resulting in high drag on wheel and strut.  No injuries.
				Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1960
			061 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1958
			062 redesignated TB-47B Jun 19543 and JTB-47B Sep 1957.  Subsequently updated and
				redesignated TB-47B again.  Redesignated NTB-47B by Aug 1961.
				Was on display at Florence Air and Space Museum since 1965.  Has been moved to the 
				Mighty Eighth Heritage Museum, Pooler, Georgia.
			063 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  With 3520th CCTW crashed during low-level training flight near Forbes AFB,
				Kansas after colliding with B-47E 51-2092.  3 crewmen killed.
			064 (3520th Flying Training Wing) left outrigger went off runway into mud Apr 11, 1952.
				No injuries.  Converted to TB-47B.  Later used to test B-58 escape capsule as JTB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1961.
			065 (306th BW) crashed near Myakka, Florida Jul 3, 1952, 3 killed.
			066 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1956.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1961
			067 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1956.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
			068 (305th BW) damaged when aft landing gear collapsed during landing MacDill AFB
				Oct 22, 1952.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 15, 1960.
			069 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Converted to YB-47F refuelled by hose and drogue system.  To MASDC Jan 9, 1958
			070 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  W/o in Kansas Apr 15, 1955.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1958
			071 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 8, 1958
			072 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Aug 26, 1958
			073 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1958
			074 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1958
			075 redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 16, 1958
			076 (TB-47B, HQ 15th AF) crashed on Mt. Palomar Dec 18, 1957 while on landing
				approach to March AFB, CA.
			077 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
			078 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 27, 1958
			079 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 10, 1958
			080 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and 
				redesignated TB-47B again
			081 exploded in air at 7500 feet and crashed in Marianna, FL Jul 22, 1952.  3 crew killed,
				plus 2 civilians on ground killed and three seriously injured.  No evidence
				of fire in forward fuselage, center section showed severe fire damage and all
				engines seaparated from wing.
			082 converted to YB-47C Feb 1953 (originally designated XB-56).  Project terminated
				Dec 1954, and aircraft relegated to ground instructional airframe.
50-083/118	Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
			MSN 43221/43256.  Survivors converted to C-124C from 1953 onwards.
			083 (MSN 43221) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1969
			084 (MSN 43222) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
			085 (MSN 43223) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 6, 1969
			086 (MSN 43224) converted to C-124C.  stalled and crashed during go-around at Whiteman AFB, MO
				Jun 24, 1967.
			087 (MSN 43225) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ120 Nov 24, 1969
			088 (MSN 43226) made forced landing on ice of Cook Inlet, Alaska during flight from 
				Elmendorf AFB to McChord AFB after engine caught fire Jan 27, 1957.
			089 (MSN 43227) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 13, 1969
			090 (MSN 43228) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ059 May 8, 1969
			091 (MSN 43229) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 6, 1969
			092 (MSN 43230) damaged in landing accident at Lages Field, Azores Sep 15, 1951.
			093 (MSN 43231) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 22, 1969
			094 (MSN 43232) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1969
			095 (MSN 43233) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 19, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
			096 (MSN 43234) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1969
			097 (MSN 43235) crashed on takeoff at Kirtland AFB Sept 6, 1955
				due to strong crosswind.  69 on board, one killed.
			098 (MSN 43236) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1969
			099 (MSN 43237) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ191 Jun 15, 1971
			100 (MSN 43238) crashed on takeoff at Larson AFB, WA Dec 20, 1952.  125 on
				board, 28 survivors. 
			101 (MSN 43239) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 5, 1969
			102 (MSN 43240) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 28, 1969
			103 (MSN 43241) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 14, 1969
			104 (MSN 43242) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 22, 1971
			105 (MSN 43243) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 14, 1969
			106 (MSN 43244) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ090 Jun 11, 1969
			107 (MSN 43245) crashed Jul 4, 1958 200 mi NW of Johnston Island due to engine
				failure.  A propeller blade broke away and struck the aileron,
				causing severe control problems. 4 of 7 onboard killed.
			108 (MSN 43246) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 28, 1969
			109 (MSN 43247) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ118 Nov 20, 1969.  Declared
				excess Jan 21, 1970
			110 (MSN 43248) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 22, 1969
			111 (MSN 43249) crashed near Homer, Alaska after failure of two engines Jan 11, 1959
			112 (MSN 43250) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ085 Jun 5, 1969
			113 (MSN 43251) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 22, 1969
			114 (MSN 43252) DBR at Homer Airport, AK Aug 27, 1964.
			115 (MSN 43253) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 26, 1969
			116 (MSN 43254) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 26, 1969
			117 (MSN 43255) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 19, 1971
			118 (MSN 43265) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 29, 1969  
50-119/131	Fairchild C-119C-18-FA Flying Boxcar
			MSN 10437/10449
			some conversions to C-119G
			119 (MSN 10437) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
			120 (MSN 10438) to MASDC Nov 6, 1965
			121 (MSN 10439) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
			122 (MSN 10440) to MASDC 
			123 (MSN 10441) to MASDC Jul 7, 1966
			124 (MSN 10442) to MASDC Jul 14, 1965
			125 (MSN 10443) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
			126 (MSN 10444) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
			127 (MSN 10445, 39th TCS) crashed near Bitburg, Germany Feb 10, 1953 while trying to land in a snow
				squall.  5 killed.
			128 (MSN 10446) noted Sep 1987 at Florence Air And Missile Museum, Florence, South Carolina.  This
				museum is now closed.  On display at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina
			129 (MSN 10447) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
			130 (MSN 10448) to MASDC Jun 11, 1966
			131 (MSN 10449) to MASDC Jun 24, 1966
50-132/146	Fairchild C-119C-19-FA Flying Boxcar
			MSN 10450/10464.  Some conversions to C-119G
			132 (MSN 10450) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
			134 (MSN 10452) to MASDC Sep 21, 1965
			135 (MSN 10453) became EC-119C, later JC-119C
			136 (MSN 10454) to MASDC Jun 20, 1966
			139 (MSN 10457) to MASDC 
			140 (MSN 10458) to MASDC May 31, 1966
			141 (MSN 10459) to MASDC Nov 14, 1965
			142 (MSN 10460) became JC-119C, later reverted to C-119C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1965
			143 (MSN 10461) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
			144 (MSN 10462) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
			146 (MSN 10464) to MASDC Aug 24, 1965
50-147/161	Fairchild C-119C-20-FA Flying Boxcar
			MSN 10465/10479.  Some conversions to C-119G
			147 (MSN 10465) to French AF in Vietnam
			148 (MSN 10466) to MASDC Jun 24, 1966
			150 (MSN 10468) named "Miss Birmingham" with 317th TC Wing.  to MASDC
			151 (MSN 10469) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965
			152 (MSN 10470) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965
			154 (MSN 10472) to MASDC Dec 28, 1965 
			155 (MSN 10473) to MASDC May 13, 1966
			156 (MSN 10474) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
			157 (MSN 10475) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
			158 (MSN 10476) to MASDC Jun 11, 1966
			161 (MSN 10479) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965.  Nose identified as being at Henderson Nevada Vintage Racing Car and Aviation museum.
50-162/171	Fairchild C-119C-18-FA Flying Boxcar
			MSN 10480/10489.  Some conversions to C-119G
			163 (MSN 10481) crashed in mountains of Spain Feb 8, 1954.  All crew bailed out safely.
			165 (MSN 10483) to MASDC May 13, 1966
			166 (MSN 10484) to MASDC Jun 11, 1966
			167 (MSN 10485) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965
			168 (MSN 10486) to MASDC Jul 7, 1966
			169 (MSN 10487) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
			170 (MSN 10488) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
			171 (MSN 10489) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965
50-172/182	Grumman SA-16A Albatross
			Most coverted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
			174,175,177,179,170, and 182 transferred to Italian Air Force.
			172 (MSN G-59) Delivered to USAF 8May51. SOC 15Jan62. MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF [sic] as 11025. 
				On display at the Ching Chuan Kang AFB Collection, Taiwan
			173 (MSN G-60) delivered to USAF May 8, 1951.  converted to static test airframe for SA-16B.
			174 (MSN G-62) delivered to USAF May 25, 1951.  MAP to Italian AF as MM50-174, coded 15-2.  Preserved at Cameri AB, Italy
			175 (MSN G-63) delivered to USAF  May 28, 1951.  MAP to Italian AF as MM50-175, coded 15-3 .  W/o Aug 11, 1971
			176 (MSN G-64) delivered to USAF Jun 4, 1951.  Modified to G-333, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to 
				Argentine AF as 0533.  WFU 1973
			177 (MSN G-65) delivered to USAF Jun 12, 1951.  MAP to Italian AF as MM50-177 coded 15-4.  Preserved at Lampedusa
				Airport, Sicily, Italy
			178 (MSN G-67) delivered to USAF Jul 20, 1951.
			179 (MSN G-68) delivered to USAF Jul 20, 1951.  MAP to Italian AF as MM50-179, coded 15-5.  On display at 
				Italian AF Museum, Vigna di Valle.
			180 (MSN G-69) delivered to USAF Jul 23, 1951.  MAP to Italian AF as MM50-180, coded 15-6.  Was preserved at Aeroporto di
				Cuneo, Levaldigi.  Transferred to Musee Historique de l'Hydraviation, Biscarrose, France in Jul 2014.
			181 (MSN G-70) delivered to USAF Jul 17, 1951.  Modified to Model G-333, designated HU-16B for MAP
				delivery to Argentine AF as BS-02.  Preserved at Museo Nacioonal de Aeronautica, Moron AB, Argentina.
			182 (MSN G-72) delivered to USAF Sep 12, 1951.  MAP to Italian AF as MM50-182.  Coded 15-7.  Last flew on Nov 11, 1978.  
				Noted Aug 2004 dismantled at Parco Ditellandia, Castel Volturno.  Aircraft removed after death of owner c2005.
50-183/194	Convair T-29A-CO
			MSN 213/224.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
			183 (MSN 213) converted to VT-29A.  WFU Aug 29, 1974 and stored at MASDC as TB037.  To civilian 
				registry Mar 1977 as N39414 with The Air Museum of Las Vegas,  Nevada.  Confiscated by Martin County
				Sheriff's Office in 1979.  Sold as LV-TTA Jan 1979, then back to N39414 Jan 1980 with
				William R. Lowdermilk.  Withdrawn and stored at Nostende Belgica and scrappped in 1983.
			184 (MSN 214) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC as TB027 May 10, 1974.  To N87952 in 1977 with Hillcrest Aircraft
				Co.  Registration cancelled Apr 1982 and stored.
			185 (MSN 215) WFU Jul 1, 1975 and stored at MASDC as TB259 Jul 1, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Feb 16, 1977 and broken up
			186 (MSN 216) WFU Mar 12, 1974 and to MASDC as TB013.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Feb 16, 1977 and broken up
			187 (MSN 217) WFU and stored 1973
			188 (MSN 218) converted to VT-29A.  WFU Mar 7, 1975 to MASDC as TB166.  To Pacific-Alaska Air Mar 25, 1977.
				At Bob's Air Park/Allied Aircraft Sales Apr 1982.  Broken up for spares?
			189 (MSN 219) WFU and stored 1973
			190 (MSN 220) WFU and stored 1973.  Seen on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.
			191 (MSN 221) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC as TB028 Jun 24, 1974.  To Kolar Inc Apr 28, 1977, broken up
			192 (MSN 222) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC as TB041 Sep 10, 1974.  To Dross Metals Inc Apr 7, 1977.
				To 127th TFTS, Kansas ANG, broken up
			193 (MSN 223) Sold at MASDC Feb 11, 1981.  To civil registry as N1184G.  At Aero Dogs Burger Bar,
				Tulare, CA in 2007
			194 (MSN 224) WFU and stored 1973
50-195/319	North American T-28A Trojan
			MSN 171-1/125.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			Many converted to T-28D.
			T-28D was ex-USAF T-28A converted for COIN role from 1962 with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engine.  Two ordnance
					pylons and one large gun pod under each wing (no internal ammunition storage).  No belly
					speed brake.  Sequence #1 to 131.
			T-28D-5 as T-28D converted from 1965.  Wing strengthening modifications, internal ammunition in wings, smaller
					faired gun pods.  3 ordnance pylons under each wing.  R-1820 engine.  No belly speed brake.  Sequence #132 to 311
			Others went to Navy as T-28C/D for FMS
			195 (MSN 171-1) Delivered to USAF 4Apr51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 18Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9098Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexico 
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			196 (MSN 171-2) Delivered to USAF 26Mar51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3304th Pilot Training Group, Hondo AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Sep57. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
				Registered N9688C 12Feb60; 
				Ferried to Opa Locka, FL 14Sep64. Impounded Opa Locka, FL as unauthorised exports. Delivered to Haiti illegally by air Sep64
				To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti as 53
				N9688C cancelled Mar 2, 1971.  Registered N514FR 8Feb84; cancelled 1Feb90 
			197 (MSN 171-3) Delivered to USAF 23Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Oct57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3309G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-197, 21Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 248
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Sep67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-197/0-00197.  w/o Feb 21, 1968.
			198 (MSN 171-4) Delivered to USAF 23Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Oct57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registration N3310G allocated 27Apr59; cancelled
				Returned to USAF as 50-198, 28Sep66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A
				SOC 27Apr67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				Possibly to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
			199 (MSN 171-5) Delivered to USAF 23Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3291G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-199, 21Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 247
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Sep67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-199/0-00199. Accident 6Nov68; repaired.
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			200 (MSN 171-6) Delivered to USAF 23Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 19Mar58. 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 185
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force	as B.JF13-59/09.  W/o Nov 11, 1976.
			201 (MSN 171-7) Delivered to USAF 23Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9102Z; current [Nov15].  To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1/2
			202 (MSN 171-8) Delivered to USAF 30Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9104Z; cancelled 5Nov62 on export to Brazil
				To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ 
				Converted to T-28R-1, line number 5
				To Brazilian Naval Aviation / Aviação Naval Brasileira as N-703
				Transferred to Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira as 0862. WFU 1972. To museum 1973
				Preserved and on display at Museu Aeroespacial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
			203 (MSN 171-9)  Delivered to USAF 30Apr51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Departed 11Sep58. 
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			204 (MSN 171-10)  Delivered to USAF 23Apr51 at Luke AFB, AZ
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				Forced landing 18Aug54 due to fuel starvation 2 miles NW of Picacho Auxiliary Field, Picacho, AZ 
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registration N9110Z allocated 12Jan60; cancelled
				Returned to USAF as 50-204, 28Sep66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A
				SOC 27Apr67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				Possibly to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
			205 (MSN 171-11) Delivered to USAF 30Apr51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar57. Departed 4Jun57. 
				To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
				Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 4Jun65 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 4, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 184
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-60/09 Feb 17, 1966
				To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 50-205/0-00205. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
			206 (MSN 171-12) Delivered to USAF 30Apr51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registration N9111Z allocated 12Jan60; cancelled
				Returned to USAF as 50-206, 15May67
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16May67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 50-206/00206. SOC 22Feb77
			207 (MSN 171-13) Delivered to USAF 4May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9108Z; cancelled
				Returned to USAF as 50-207, 19Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 246
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Sep67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-207/0-00207. W/o 7Dec67
			208 (MSN 171-14) Delivered to USAF 4May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				Damaged 21Sep54 by explosion during taxy at Marana AFB, AZ 
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar57. Departed 4Jun57. 
				To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
				Assigned to 109th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Holman Field, MN
				Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 19Mar58. Departed 1Jun65. 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 1, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 183
				Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.  Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. SOC 9Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 50-208/00208, T-208. W/o
				Also listed as going to Royal Lao AF Feb 9, 1966.  W/o Jun 29, 1972.
			209 (MSN 174-15) Delivered to USAF 10May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				To GIA at IAASC Albrook AFB, Panama. SOC 6Feb76. Designated GT-28A
			210 (MSN 174-16) Delivered to USAF 15May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3294G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-210, 19Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 245
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Sep67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-210/0-00210. W/o Jun69
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			211 (MSN 171-17) Delivered to USAF 4May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
				Damaged beyond repair 12Jan53 in a landing accident at Bryan AFB, Texas: pilot killed on impact.
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Apr57. Departed 5Jun57. 
				To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
				Assigned to 109th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Holman Field, MN
				Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Sep58. Reclamation 3Nov58. SOC 1Jun65. 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 1, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 182
				Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
				Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. SOC 9Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 50-211/00211, T-211
				Preserved at Taura Air Base, Ecuador
			212 (MSN 171-18) Delivered to USAF 11May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 3Jul57. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
				Registered N7650C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-212, 21Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 244
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Aug67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-212/0-00212. W/o 25Nov67
			213 (MSN 171-19) Delivered to USAF 21May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3283G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-213, 21Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 243
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Aug67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force  as 50-213/0-00213. W/o 21Feb68
			214 (MSN 171-20) Delivered to USAF 15May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 30Jul57. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
				Registered N9697C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-214, 21Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 242
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jul67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-214/0-00214. W/o 4Oct67
			215 (MSN 171-21) Delivered to USAF 11May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
				Damaged 27Apr54 in a landing accident due to mechanical failure at Bryan AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Jan58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9097Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexico
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			216 (MSN 171-22) Delivered to USAF 15May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3302nd Pilot Training Squadron, Spence AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9120Z; cancelled 10Sep14.  Returned to USAF as 50-216, 30Aug67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 265.  SOC 4Apr68
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force  as 50-216/0-00216. Damaged 7Nov68. W/o 13Jun73
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			217 (MSN 171-23)  Delivered to USAF 21May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Jan58. Departed 9Sep58
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			218 (MSN 171-24) Delivered to USAF 10May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
				Damaged 9Jul51 in a landing accident due to mechanical failure at Abernathy Auxiliary Field, TX
				Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
				Crashed 11Sep53 when the aircraft hit the ground 4 miles SE of Caldwell, TX
			219 (MSN 171-25) Delivered to USAF 15May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered Aug 1958 as N3303G; cancelled
				Returned to USAF as 50-219, 21Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 241
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jul67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-219/0-00219. Damaged 7Nov68. W/o 19Jan72
			220 (MSN 171-26) Delivered to USAF 31May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3301G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-220, 27Sep66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 237
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 23Mar67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 50-220/0-00220. Damaged 7Nov68. 
				Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
			221 (MSN 171-27) Delivered to USAF 15May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. BoS from USAF 22Apr59
				Registered N3336G; revoked 7Dec70
				Ferried to Opa Locka, FL 14Sep64. Impounded Opa Locka, FL as unauthorised exports. 
				[The aircraft was stolen out of storage by a group of men keen to make a quick buck, and they got the airplane airworthy, 
				repainted and armed the aircraft with its weapons systems and sold it to the Government of Haiti.
				All involved were arrested by the FBI and jailed.  Delivered to Haiti illegally by air Sep64
				To Haitian Air Force / Corps d’Aviation Forces Armées d’Haiti as 54
				Registered N221LH 6Jan89; cancelled 11Apr11 on export to Australia
				Registered VH-VBT 29Aug11; current [Nov15]	Known as ‘Litt'l Juggs’
			222 (MSN 171-28) Delivered to USAF 21May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 1, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 181
				SOC 19Jan66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 50-222/00222, T-222. W/o 13Mar67
			223 (MSN 171-29) Delivered to USAF 21May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered Aug 1958 as N3300G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-223, 27Sep66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 238
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 23Mar67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force  as 50-223/0-00223. W/o 26Oct67
			224 (MSN 171-30) Delivered to USAF 21May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 3Sep58. 
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			225 (MSN 171-31Delivered to USAF 21May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 31Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
				Registered N9698C; cancelled 13Mar63
				Registered N9698B; registered to the Cactus Air Force May84-Oct93; current [Nov15]	
			226 (MSN 171-32) Delivered to USAF 7Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9094Z; cancelled 4Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 50-226, 24Aug67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 264.  SOC 27Mar68
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 27, 1968 as 50-226/0-00226. W/o 9Oct71
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			228 (MSN 171-34) Delivered to USAF 6Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9112Z; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-228, 22Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 240
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jul67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Jul 20, 1967 as 50-228/0-00228. W/o 21Feb68
			229 (MSN 171-35)Delivered to USAF 31May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9100Z; cancelled 12May67 
				To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Jan 1967 as 50-229/50229, TB-229. 
				Preserved and on display at Base Operations, Salinas Air Base, Ecuador
			230 (MSN 171-36) to N9109Z. Delivered to USAF 7Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9109Z; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-230, 29Sep66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH
				Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A.  SOC 2Jun67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña Jun 2, 1967 as 213. SOC 27Aug84
				Registered HR-AKG-P Jun85.
				Dismantled at Comeyagua AB, Honduras Sep85 & shipped in container to New Orleans, LA Oct85
				Registered N367NA Sep85 with MSN 367; current [Nov15]
 			231 (MSN 171-37) Delivered to USAF 1Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9101Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexico
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			232 (MSN 171-38) Delivered to USAF 31May51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3284G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-232, 22Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 239
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jul67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force  as 50-232/0-00232 Jul 20, 1967. W/o 30Jul70
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			233 (MSN 171-39) Delivered to USAF 7Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9114Z; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-233, 17Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A 
				SOC 14Jul67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña as 216 Jul 14,  1967. W/o 8Feb73
			234 (MSN 171-40) Delivered to USAF 1Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3285G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-234, 17Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A 
				SOC 14Jul67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña as 215 Jul 14, 1967. SOC 27Aug84
				Registered HR-AKH-P Jun85.
				Dismantled at Comeyagua AB, Honduras Sep85 & shipped in container to New Orleans, LA Oct85
				Registered N234NA Sep85; expired 30Jun14.  Now flying as N234NA with Yankee Flyers Museum
			235 (MSN 171-41) Delivered to USAF 1Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				Damaged 19Oct55 in a landing accident due to mechanical failure at Marana AFB, AZ
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3308G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-235, 25Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A
				SOC 26Jun67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Bolivian AF as FAB406 Jun 26, 1967.  W/o Jul 6, 1968.
			236 (MSN 171-42) Delivered to USAF 1Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX
				Crash landing 2Aug54 due to engine failure 8 miles NW of Kelly AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3310th Technical Training Wing, Scott AFB, IL
				Destroyed 24Sep54 due to fuel leak and fire while taxying at Scott AFB, IL
			237 (MSN 171-43) To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 30Oct59. 
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			238 (MSN 171-44) Delivered to USAF 6Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3302G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-238, 22Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A
				SOC 26Jun67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Bolivian AFZ as FAB407 Jun 26, 1967.
			239 (MSN 171-45) Delivered to USAF 7Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To Marana AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul57. 
			240 (MSN 171-46) Delivered to USAF 7Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3297G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-240, 1968
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 303
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Jan70
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 15, 1970 as 50-240/0-00240. W/o Sep72
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			241 (MSN 171-47)  Delivered to USAF 6Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
				Crashed 19May53 due to fuel exhaustion 6 miles NE of Bryan AFB, TX. The Danish AF pilot was killed.
			242 (MSN 171-48) Delivered to USAF 11Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
				Registered N9696C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-242, 8Aug66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 1, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 236
				SOC 3Mar67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force  as 50-242/0-00242. W/o Jan71
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			243 (MSN 171-49) Delivered to USAF 6Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 180
				SOC 19Jan66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Jan 19, 1966 as 50-243/50243, TB-243
			244 (MSN 171-50) Delivered to USAF 6Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 2Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 179
				SOC 7Mar66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				Transferred to CIA stock Apr66 and supplied to Anstalt Wigmo for operation in the Congo
				To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Mar 7, 1966 as 244, code FG-244
				Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71
				Discovered in Oct82 by Belgian customs officers at Ostend aboard a cargo aircraft from Zaire. Impounded due to the 
				complete lack of documents explaining its origins and destination. 
				Noted stored dismantled at the Ostend fish market 9Jun93. Moved to Brasschaat airfield where it was stored. Noted at 
				Avignon-Caumont, France [Jun09]
			245 (MSN 171-51) Delivered to USAF 15Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 178
				SOC 7Mar66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Mar 7, 1966 as 245, code FG-245
				Crashed 20Sep67 on landing at Kamembe, Rwanda after being hit by ground fire
			246 (MSN 171-52) Delivered to USAF 27Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. 
				Registered N9092Z Dec 1, 1958; cancelled 1Apr13.  Returned to USAF as 50-246, 17Aug67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 263
				SOC 27Mar68.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 27, 1968 as 50-246/0-00246. W/o 18Nov68
			247 (MSN 171-53) Delivered to USAF 15Jun51 at Conally AFB, OK
				Assigned to San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX
				Damaged 9Aug54 by structural failure at Kelly AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 2Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 2, 1965
				Converted to T-28D-5, line number 177
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				Believed to Royal Lao Air Force as 50-247/0-00247. 
				To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 50-247/00247
			248  (MSN 171-54) Delivered to USAF 20Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3290G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-248, 17Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A
				SOC 26Jun67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				Believed to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
			249 (MSN 171-55) Delivered to USAF 20Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 19Sep58. 
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			250 (MSN 171-56) Delivered to USAF 20Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 2Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 2, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 176
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-61/09
				To Royal Lao Air Force  Dec 1, 1972 as 50-250/0-00250. W/o 29Nov72
				To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 50-250/00250
			251 (MSN 171-57) Delivered to USAF 20Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 1, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 175
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-62/09 Feb 10 1966.
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-251/0-00251. 
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				To Royal Thai Air Force 1972
				To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 50-251/0-00251. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
			252 (MSN 171-58) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3310th Technical Training Wing, Scott AFB, IL
				Crashed 1Sep54 when the aircraft landed at Scott AFB, IL
				Written off 27Dec57
			253 (MSN 171-59)  Delivered to USAF 20Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
				Registered N1026B 26May58; cancelled 30Jun70
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			254 (MSN 171-60) Delivered to USAF 20Jun51 at Vance AFB, OK
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3307G 27Apr59; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-248, 7Jul66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 235
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Feb67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force  Feb 13, 1967 as 50-254/0-00254. 
				Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
			255 (MSN 171-61) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				Forced landing 17Nov55 due to engine failure 3 miles NW of Marana AFB, AZ
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3289G; cancelled
			256 (MSN 171-62) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3287G; cancelled
			257 (MSN 171-63) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3304G 27Apr59; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-257, 7Jul66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 234
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 8Feb67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 8, 1967 as 50-257/0-00257. W/o Luang Prabang 15 or 18Mar71
			258 (MSN 171-64) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
				Registered N9603C 8Oct58; reregistered.  Registered N9603 12Jun69; reregistered
				Registered N2800N 31Oct72; cancelled 26Jun73
				Crashed 24Mar73 at Gorst, WA. No record found of the pilot having flown a T-28 aircraft prior to the day of the accident.
				Registered N2800N 12Jul79; cancelled 25Jul79
			259 (MSN 171-65) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3464G; cancelled 7Dec70.  Returned to USAF as 50-259, 6Jul66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 233
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Mar67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 20, 1967 as 50-259/0-00259. W/o 7Dec67
			261 (MSN 171-67) Delivered to USAF 26Jun51 at Lubbock AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
				Registered N9693C 14Aug58; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-261, 6Jul66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 232
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Feb67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 7, 1967 as 50-261/0-00261. W/o 21Feb68
			262 (MSN 171-68) Delivered to USAF 27Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3307th Pilot Training Group, Marana AFB, AZ
				Damaged 21Sep54 when the aircraft hit a bird
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. 
				Registered N3299G; cancelled 20Jul71.  Reurned to USAF as 50-262, 10Aug67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 262
				SOC 21Mar68.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 21, 1978 as 50-262/0-00262. Accident 16Aug68; repaired. W/o 21Aug69
			263 (MSN 171-69) Delivered to USAF 27Jun51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Sep58.
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			264 (MSN 171-70) Delivered to USAF 6Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 17Dec59
				Registered N9081Z 26Mar60; revoked 1Dec71 
			265 (MSN 171-71) Delivered to USAF 6Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3286G; cancelled 20Jan75.  Returned to USAF as 50-265, 17Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A
				SOC 26Jun67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				Believed to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana as 411 Jun 26, 1967
			266 (MSN 171-72)  Delivered to USAF 6Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 11Dec58.
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
			267 (MSN 171-73) Delivered to USAF 6Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9099Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexico
				To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as FAM 924
					[reported as 50-0267, but this was not exported to Mexico until 1963]
				Preserved at BAM El Cipres at Baja California Norte.
			268 (MSN 171-74) Delivered to USAF 11Jul51.  Written off 21Mar58
			269 (MSN 171-75) Delivered to USAF 11Jul51
				Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55] 
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 1, 1965
				Converted to T-28D-5, line number 174
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force Feb 10, 1966 as B.JF13-63/09. .W/o 13Aug70
 				[reported later to Philippine AF but unlikely]
			270 (MSN 171-76) Delivered to USAF 6Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Dec57. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N3311G; cancelled 26Oct62
				To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1, line number 3
				To Brazilian Naval Aviation / Aviação Naval Brasileira Oct 26, 1962 as N-701
				Believe transferred to Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jan65. WFU
			271 (MSN 171-77) Delivered to USAF 17Jul51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. Departed 30Jun66 
				Registered N9690C; cancelled. Returned to USAF as 50-271, 30Jun66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 231
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Feb67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 7, 1967 as 50-271/0-00271.  Crashed into the Air Operations Building at Long Tieng 
				on 17 August 72; the Hmong pilot died on the medevac going down to Udorn.
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
			272 (MSN 171-78) Delivered to USAF 11Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
				Damaged 12Jul51 during taxying at Reese AFB, TX		[it was only delivered yesterday!]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
				Registered N9695C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-272, 17Oct66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A 
				SOC 2Jun67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña Jun 2, 1967 as 212. SOC 27Aug84.  Registered HR-AKF-P Jun85.
				Dismantled at Comeyagua AB, Honduras Sep85 & shipped in container to New Orleans, LA Oct85
				Registered N272NA Sep85; current [Nov15]
				On 21Sep01, the aircraft departed Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport [RVS], Tulsa, OK en-route to Ponca City 
				Regional Airport [PNC], OK. In the area of Blackburn, OK, while at approximately 3,000 ft. the pilot heard a 
				loud bang; the engine seized and the propeller departed the aircraft. The pilot executed a 280-300 degree 
				turn and landed gear up in a freshly plowed field approximately 4 miles east of Blackburn. The aircraft 
				sustained only moderate damage.
			273 (MSN 171-79)) Delivered to USAF 11Jul51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. SOC 1Jun65. 
				Registered N7617C; cancelled 20Nov67.  Returned to USAF as 50-273, 1967
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 304
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28Dec69
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 28, 1969 as 50-273/0-00273. 
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.
				Registered as VH-XVT with Action Aerobatics Pty. Limited, New South Wales, Australia and cancelled on 7 April 2011 
				on sale to South Africa 
			274 (MSN 171-80) Delivered to USAF 6Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. Departed 28Jun66 
				Registered N3306G 27Apr59; cancelled 30Apr71.  Returned to USAF as 50-274, 28Jun66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 230
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Feb67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 7, 1967 as 50-274/0-00274. 
				Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
			275 (MSN 171-81) Delivered to USAF 11Jul51 at Reese AFB, TX
				Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
				Damaged 13Jul51 when the aircraft hit a bird near El Paso Airport, TX	[and this one was only delivered two days earlier!]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. SOC 1Jun65. 
				Registered N9684C; revoked 22Jun71.  Returned to USAF as 50-275, 1968
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 311
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Dec69
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 29,  1969 as 50-275/0-00275. W/o Nov70 
			276 (MSN 171-82) Delivered to USAF 17Jul51
				Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
				Crash landed 3Mar55 due to engine failure 14 miles NNE of Kurten, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 28Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 229
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Feb67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 7, 1977 as 50-276/0-00276. 
				Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand for Operation Water Pump
				Accident 13Jul67 at Na Khang [LS-36]; repaired
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos 1969-Feb73
				To Philippine Air Force as 50-276/00276 in 1974 and still active up to 1985.
			277 (MSN 171-83) Delivered to USAF 17Jul51
				Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL. Reclaimed 13Mar58. 
			278 (MSN 171-84) Delivered to USAF 17Jul51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. SOC 1Jun65. 
				Registered N7452C; cancelled 29Nov71.  Returned to USAF as 50-278, 3Aug67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 261
				SOC 21Mar68.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 21, 1978 as 50-278/0-00278. W/o Jun70 
			279 (MSN 171-85) Delivered to USAF 16Aug51.  To Southern California Aircraft Corporation [SCAC], Ontario, CA
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 26Jun57 to 25Mar59.  Registered as NACA 221
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 173
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force Feb 10, 1966 as B.JF13-64/09
				To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 50-279/0-00279. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
				Escaped to Thailand 1975
				To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 50-279/00279
			280 (MSN 171-86) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 172
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 10Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-65/09 Apr 18, 1966.
				[reported later to Philippine AF but unlikely]
			281 (MSN 171-87) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 2Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 171
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 1, 1966 as 50-281/0-00281. W/o May70 at Pakse, Laos.
			282 (MSN 171-88) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58
				Registered N3298G 27Apr59; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-282, 18Apr67
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16May67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Philippine Air Force as 50-282/00282.  Disposal approved Mar 31, 1971.
			283 (MSN 171-89) Delivered to USAF 16Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
				Registered N7666C; cancelled 8Aug74.  Returned to USAF as 50-283, 1968
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 305
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Dec69
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-283/0-00283. 
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF), 1975.   
				To Australia and registered VH-XVT Dec 7, 1990; cancelled 7Apr11
				Substantially damaged 17Dec94 when the engine lost power at a height of about 500 ft, shortly after takeoff 
				from RAAF Williamtown, NSW. As the pilot was unable to return to the runway, he carried 
				out a forced landing in an open area. During the landing roll the nose wheel entered a ditch and the aircraft overturned.
				Registered ZU-FOY 22Sep11; current
			284 (MSN 171-90) Delivered to USAF 16Aug51
				Assigned to 1739th Ferrying Squadron, Dover AFB, DE
				Damaged 24Mar54 when the aircraft hit a bird at Hunter AFB, GA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
				Registered N9692C; cancelled 28May76.  Registered N9692C 29May81; cancelled 17Sep13
			285 (MSN 171-91) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 170
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 1, 1966 as 50-285/0-00285.  W/o 30Jul66
			286 (MSN 171-92)  Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58.
				Registered N3295G; cancelled 
			287 (MSN 171-93) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 2Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 169
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-66/09 Apr 18, 1966.  
				To Royal Lao Air Force as 50-287/0-00287. 
				Badly damaged by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang, Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
				Reported to Khmer Air Force 1973 but unlikely [not listed in MAP/MEDTC reports]
			288 (MSN 171-94) Delivered to USAF 16Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 30Jun66 
				Registered N3305G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-288, 30Jun66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 228
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 31Jan67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 31, 1967 as 50-288/0-00288. 
				Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
			289 (MSN 171-95) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58. BoS from USAF 27Apr59
				Registered N8094H 31Jul59; cancelled 9Oct70.  To the Nathanial Hawthorne College, Antrim, NH, 1966
				Returned to USAF as 50-289, 27Jul67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 260.  SOC 15Mar68
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 15, 1968 as 50-289/0-00289. W/o 19May70
			290 (MSN 171-96) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Aug58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
				Registered N9640C; expired 31Mar13.  Damaged 25Feb80
				On August 23, 1995, the aircraft experienced an in-flight fire west of Rexburg, Idaho. The airplane was subsequently 
				destroyed, and its private pilot/owner and safety pilot were seriously injured in the forced landing in a field 
				2 miles west of Rexburg. The flight was to be a local flight out of Rexburg. The pilot-in-command reported that 
				during climb out from Rexburg between 2,000 and 3,000 feet above ground level, he began to smell smoke and turned 
				eastward back toward the airport. He stated: "By the time I was going east the cockpit was full of smoke." 
				He opened the canopy approximately six inches to get rid of the smoke, at which point "the smoke was replaced by 
				fire both inside and outside. Then there was an explosion; the top right cowling was blown off. We had shut off the 
				electrical [and] fuel by this time. I had been burned on my face and hands" He stated that the fire was along the 
				right side of the airplane. He dove the airplane toward the only open field for a forced landing. The pilot then 
				performed a gear-up forced landing into the field. His report stated that during the landing, the tail 
				skid and propeller were all that was touching the ground for the first 135 feet. The aircraft then impacted 
				a ditch which put the aircraft back in the air, hit nose first, tore the engine off and flipped over, sliding backwards.
				Remains noted stored at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino 2006
			291 (MSN 171-97)  Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
				Registered N9105Z; cancelled 
			292 (MSN  171-98) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 24Jun66 
				Registered N3288G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-292, 24Jun66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 227
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 31Jan67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 31, 1967 as 50-292/0-00292. W/o 2/3Aug67
			293 (MSN 171-099) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
				Registered N7653C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 50-293, 29Sep66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Redesignated as T-28D 10Apr67 but believed remained as a T-28A 
				SOC 2Jun67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña Jun 2, 1967 as 214. W/o 10Aug81
			294 (MSN 171-100)Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 1Jun65. 
				Registered N3293G; cancelled 20Jan75.  Returned to USAF as 50-294, 24Jun66
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 226
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 31Jan67
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 31,  1967 as 50-294/0-00294. 
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
 				W/o Nov 27, 1972.
			295 (MSN 171-101) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. To GSA 15Oct59
				Registered N6182C Oct 15, 1959; to Arkansas Civil Defense Agency; cancelled 30Nov71
				Returned to USAF as 50-295, 28Mar68
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 306
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Feb69
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 27, 1969 as 50-295/0-00295. W/o 4Mar71
			296 (MSN 171-102) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Nov58
				Registered N3467G; cancelled 
			297 (MSN 171-103) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 2Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 168
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 1966 as 50-297/0-00297. 
			Written off by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67
			298 (MSN 171-104) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 28May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 167
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 1, 1966  as 50-298/0-00298. 
				Damaged by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67. Repaired, written off 21May70
			299 (MSN 171-105)Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
				Registered N9095Z; cancelled 14Nov62 on export to Brazil
				To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1, line number 6
				To Brazilian Naval Aviation / Aviação Naval Brasileira as N-704
				Transferred to Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira Jan65 as 0863. 
				To the Museu Aeroespacial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. BoS from Museum 4Dec89
				To the Mid Atlantic Air Museum Dec89 to mid-1990’s.  Registered N9095Z 21May90; current [Nov15]
 			300 (MSN 171-106) Delivered to USAF 17Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Aug58.
				Registered N3292G; reregistered.  Registered N213PC; reregistered.  Registered N28JD; current [Nov15]
				On display at the Dakota Territory Air Museum, Minot, ND
			301 (MSN 171-107) Delivered to USAF 20Aug51
				Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Feb59. Departed 28May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 166
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 1966 as 50-301/0-00301. W/o 1Apr67
			302 (MSN 171-108) Delivered to USAF 20Aug51.  Written off 30Jul56
			303 (MSN 171-109) Delivered to USAF 20Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58
				Registered N3296G Sep 1, 1958; reregistered.  istered N3338G in 1963; cancelled 23Dec70
				Returned to USAF as 50-303, 20Jul67
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 259
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar68
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 15, 1968 as 50-303/0-00303. 
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				Crashed 1Oct71 on a combat mission due to bad weather (pilot killed)
			304 (MSN 171-110) Delivered to USAF 31Aug51 to Norton AFB, CA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58
				Registered N7667C in 1958; reregistered.  Registered N151P 28Apr67; revoked 7Nov80; cancelled by FAA 23Jun09
				Returned to USAF as 50-304, 1968
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 302
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jan70
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 20,  1970 as 50-304/0-00304. 
				Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				Crashed 25Aug71 when hit by AAA during a bomb run over the PDJ
			305 (MSN 171-111)  Delivered to USAF 20Aug51
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 14Feb61
				Believed to Bolivian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Boliviana
			306 (MSN 171-112) Delivered to USAF 20Aug51
				Assigned to Lowry AFB Technical Training Center, CO
				To MASDC 19Mar59. Departed 1Jun65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 165
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 1Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 1, 1966 as 50-306/0-00306. 
				Written off by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang, Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
			307 (MSN 171-113) Delivered to USAF 20Aug51
				Assigned to Lowry AFB Technical Training Center, CO
				To MASDC 23Mar59. Departed 1Jun65 to
				North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 164
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 1966 as 50-307/0-00307. W/o 25Mar67
				To Philippine Air Force as 50-307/00307
			308 (MSN 171-114) Delivered to USAF 7Sep51 to Norton AFB, CA
				Assigned to Lowry AFB Technical Training Center, CO
				To MASDC 19Mar59. Departed 28May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 163
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Nov65
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 50-308/0-00308. 
				Written off by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang, Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
			309 (MSN 171-115) Crash landing 1Aug51 at Downey Field, CA. The aircraft was being test flown by North American Aviation
				Delivered to USAF 4Oct51 to Tyndall AFB, FL
				Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX
				To MASDC 16Feb59. Departed 28May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 162
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Mar 1966 as 50-309/0-00309. 
				Written off by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang, Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
				To Philippine Air Force as 50-309/00309
			310 (MSN 171-116) Delivered to USAF 31Aug51 to Norton AFB, CA
				Assigned to Lowry AFB Technical Training Center, CO
				To MASDC 23Mar59. Departed 28May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 161
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 3Feb66
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 3, 1966 as 50-310/0-00310. 
				Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
				To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 50-310/00310
			311 (MSN 171-117) Delivered to USAF 31Aug51 to Norton AFB, CA
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To MASDC 9Jun58. Departed 28May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 160
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Nov65
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Nov 18, 1965 as 50-311/0-00311. W/o 8/9Jan69
			312 (MSN 171-118) Delivered to USAF 20Aug51
				To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
				Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
				To MASDC 28Aug58. To reclamation 1Dec58. Departed 27May65 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 159
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Nov65
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 50-312/0-00312. W/o 21Dec66 
			313 (MSN 171-119)  Delivered to USAF 6Sep51 to Norton AFB, CA
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO. Reclaimed 20Jan59. 
			314 (MSN 171-120) Delivered to USAF 31Aug51 to Norton AFB, CA
				Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
				To MASDC 9Jun58. To reclamation 1Sep58. Departed 27May65 
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 158
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Nov65
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 50-314/0-00314. W/o 21Jul67
			315 (MSN 171-121) Delivered to USAF 7Sep51 to Norton AFB, CA
				Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
				To MASDC 16Jul58. Departed 27May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 157
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Nov65
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Thai Air Force
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 50-315/0-00315. W/o 4Oct67
			316 (MSN 171-122) Delivered to USAF 31Aug51 to Norton AFB, CA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 25May59.
				To N3282G, cancelled on export to Iran Oct 22, 1962
			317 (MSN 171-123) Delivered to USAF 31Aug51 to Norton AFB, CA
				To Southern California Aircraft Corporation, Ontario, CA 
				Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
				To MASDC 29Sep58. To reclamation 3Nov58. Departed 27May65
				To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 156
				Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Nov65
				Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
				To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1965 as 50-251/0-00251. 
				Written off by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang [sic], Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
			318 (MSN 171-124) Delivered to USAF 7Sep51 to Norton AFB, CA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 13Sep57
				Registered N7449C 7Nov57; cancelled 28Jul64 on export to Nicaragua
				To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional
			319 (MSN 171-125) Delivered to USAF 7Sep51 to Norton AFB, CA
				To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
				Registered N7274C 7Nov57; cancelled 25Jun70
50-320/454	Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 
			320/431 MSN 580-5173/5284
			It seems that 432 (MSN 580-5285) didn't get built.  May have been badly damaged during production and never
				delivered to USAF.
			433/444 MSN 580-5286/5297).
			445/454 (MSN 580-5298/5307) to US Navy as TO-2 (BuNo 124930/124939) according
				to Andrade and Francillon, but these planes were seen in USAF colors
				in Europe, and some are listed below.  So this appears to be incorrect.
			Some to MAP including 0430,0433 to Canada
			328 to US Navy as TO-2 124930
			329 to US Navy as TO-2 124931
			335 crashed 4 mi NW of Ray City, Georgia Sep 29, 1952.  Pilot killed.
			337 noted in 1963 in scrapyard at Lasham, UK.
			338 to US Navy as TO-2 124932
			339 to US Navy as TO-2 124933
			340 to US Navy as TO-2 124934
			341 to US Navy as TO-2 124935
			342 to US Navy as TO-2 124936
			349 to US Navy as TO-2 124937
			350 to US Navy as TO-2 124938
			351 to US Navy as TO-2 124939
			362 (82nd FIS) involved in "incident" at Narsarssuak, Greenland
				ca Dec 1, 1954 and transferred to 6611th ABG and SOC Jan 17, 1955
			370 (MSN 580-5223) to Netherlands as M-49.  Now at Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA with civil
				registration N651
			371 (66th TRW) to SAS at Copenhagen for maintenance Aug 1955.  SOC for
				spares recovery Apr 10, 1956 while still there.
			376 (10th TRW) crashed 2 mi N of Spangdahlem AB, (West) Germany
				Jul 2, 1957.
			395 to MASDC
			429 (MSN 580-5282) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14675. (1(F) OTU) w/o Jan 07, 1954

			430 (MSN 580-5283) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14676.  To Hellenic AF as 50430.
			431 (MSN 580-5284) to French AF May 1951.  W/o Jul 31, 1952
			433 (MSN 580-5286) to French AF Jun 1951.  W/o Nov 11, 1951
			434 (MSN 580-5287) to Greek AF
			435 (MSN 580-5288) to Greek AF in 1952.
			442 (MSN 580-5295) to Turkish AF?  Reported to MASDC
			443 (MSN 580-5296) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14677.  To Turkish AF Jul 19, 1955 as 50-0443.  WFU
			445 (MSN 580-5298, 66th TRW) crashed at Chaumont AB, France Jul 30, 1955.
			446 (MSN 580-5929, 66th TRW) w/o following midair collision near Speyer, Germany
				Mar 26, 1957 with B-57B 52-1587. 
			447 (MSN 580-5300) SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England May 31, 1963 and to Staravia
				at Lasham, England as scrap.
			452 (MSN 580-5305) w/o Jan 9, 1959 near Cross City, FL
50-455/491	North American F-86D-1-NA Sabre
			MSN 165-1/37.  Originally ordered as F-95A
			456 converted to JF-86D
			457 converted to JF-86D
			458 converted to EF-86D, later to TF-86D.  Damaged May 22, 1952 in takeoff accident at Edwards AFB, CA
			459 converted to EJF-86D.  Assigned Sacramento Air Materiel Area  (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 21, 1956 to May 25, 1960
				Registered as NACA 204.  Later to TF-86D.  Preserved at Clayton/Fort Jordan Museum, NM
			460 converted to TF-86D
			461 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Apr 6, 1954 intakeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
			462 converted to JF-86D, later to JDF-86D
			463 converted to JF-86D
			464 converted to EF-86D, redesignated JF-86D Dec 1955
			465 converted to TF-86D
			466 w/o Sep 18, 1952 in crash 10 mi SE of Tyndall AFB, Florida
			467 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Mar 12, 1952 in landing at Los Angeles IAP, CA
			470 converted to TF-86D
			471 w/o Mar 26, 1955 in engine failure and forced landing 1 mi N of NAF China Lake, CA
			472 converted to EF-86D, redesignated JF-86D Dec 1955
			473 converted to TF-86D
			474 converted to JF-86D.  W/o Nov 15, 1955 Cape Canaveral, Florida
			475 converted to TF-86D
			476 crashed at Tyndall AFB, FL May 1952 from a flame out on approach.
				Pilot survived but was injured.
			477 converted to EF-86D, redesignated JF-86D Dec 1955.  Preserved at Wright 
				Patterson AFB, OH marked as 23863
			478 converted to TF-86D
			479 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jul 1, 1953, engine failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
			480 used as NF-86D for GE flight test at Edwards AFB for fuel control tests and for
				J74-33 development.  Returned to USAF and scrapped at Edwards in 1958
			481 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 8, 1953 in ground accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
				Damaged Jul 1, 1954 due to structural failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
			482 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Feb 23, 1954 in ground collision with 50-490 at Tyndall AFB, FL
			483 converted to TF-86D.  
			484 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 23, 1952 due to structural failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
				Damaged Apr 20, 1953 due to mechanical failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
			485 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Nov 12, 1952 due to engine failure and forced landing at atyndall AFB, FL
			486 converted to TF-86D
			487 converted to TF-86D
			488 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jul 10, 1952 in taxi accident at Eglin AFB, FL
			489 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 29, 1952 in takeoff accident at Webb AFB, TX
			490 damaged Oct 20, 1953 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL.
				Damaged Feb 23, 1954 in ground collision with 50-482 at Tyndall AFB, FL
			491 converted to TF-86D
50-492/517	North American F-86D-5-NA Sabre
			MSN 165-38/63
			492 converted to TF-86D
			493 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Aug 27, 1952 in landing at Los Angeles IAP, CA.
			494 converted to JF-86D.  Damaged Dec 15, 1953 due to engine failure and forced landing at Oxnard AFB, CA
			495 converted to TF-86D
			496 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Aug 4, 1953 in landing at Perrin AFB, Texas
			497 converted to TF-86D
			498 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Apr 30, 1954 in ground accident at Eglin AFB, FL
			499 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Apr 17, 1953 in takeoff accident at Eglin AFB, FL
			500 converted to TF-86D
			501 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 29, 1953 in landing at Tyndall AFB, Florida
			502 w/o Dec 15, 1953 in fatal crash due to engine failure at Calloway, Florida
			503 converted to TF-86D
			504 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 7, 1952 in ground accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
			505 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jan 17, 1954 due to mechanical failure 10 mi N of Crestview, FL
			506 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jan 24, 1955 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
			507 w/o Nov 24, 1953 in crash 2 mi NW of Greenwood, Florida
			509 used as JF-86D chase plane at Edwards AFB, CA.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
				Edwards AFB, CA.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 6, 1955 to Apr 3, 1956.
				Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 
				Apr 6, 1956 to Jul 12, 1960.  Registered as NACA 205.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
			510 w/o May 17, 1953 in crash 4 mi SW of Albany MAP, Georgia
			511 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jan 19, 1954 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
			512 converted to TF-86D
			513 converted to TF-86D
			514 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Aug 18, 1952 in takeoff accident at Los Angeles IAP, FL
			515 converted to TF-86D
			516 converted to EF-86D.  W/o Sep 22, 1954 in fatal takeoff accident Eglin AFB, FL
			517 converted to TF-86D
50-518/553	North American F-86D-10-NA Sabre
			MSN 165-64/99
			522 damaged Jan 12, 1953 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
			523 w/o Feb 17, 1954 in crash 6 mi SE of Farmersville, Texas
			525 damaged Nov 8, 1953 in ground accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
			526 damaged Oct 26, 1953 due to structural failure Tyndall AFB, FL
			527 damaged May 4, 1954 due to ground accident Tyndall AFB, FL
			531 damaged Oct 19, 1953 due to structural failure, Tallahasse, FL
			532 damaged Dec 3, 1954 in landing Perrin AFB, Texas
			533 damaged May 7, 1954 due to structural failure Tyndall AFB, FL
			534 damaged Aug 13, 1954 due to structural failure Tyndall AFB, FL
			535 damaged Nov 10, 1953 due to mechanical failure Perrin AFB, Texas
			536 damaged Nov 10, 1954 in takeoff accident Tyndall AFB, FL
			537 damaged Jan 27, 1953 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL.  Damaged Aug 1, 1953 in landing Tyndall AFB, FL
			538 damaged Jan 22, 1953 in landing at James Connally AFB, Texas.
				Damaged Apr 19, 1953 in takeoff accident at Perrin AFB, Texas
			539 damaged Apr 20, 1954 in landing Perrin AFB, Texas
			540 damaged Oct 16, 1953 in takeoff accident Tyndall AFB, FL
			541 damaged Feb 4, 1954 in landing Perrin AFB, Texas
			542 damaged Feb 16, 1954 in landing Perrin AFB, Texas. 
			543 damaged May 10, 1954 due to structgural failure Tyndall AFB, FL
			544 damaged Dec 9, 1953 due to structural failure Perrin AFB, Texas
			545 w/o Sep 28, 1953 in crash 8 mi NW of Panama City, Florida
			546 damaged May 27, 1953 Structural failure-Tyndall AFB, FL.  Damaged Jan 26, 1954 Mechanical failure- Tyndall AFB, FL    
			547 damaged Feb 2, 1954 Landing-Perrin AFB, TX
			548  damaged Sep 16, 1954 t/off accident-Perrin AFB, TX
50-554/576	North American F-86D-15-NA Sabre
			MSN 165-100/122
			557 w/o Sep 3, 1953 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
			559 w/o Feb 24, 1954 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
			560 in storage at March AFB Museum, CA
50-577/578	North American YF-86D-NA Sabre
			MSN 164-1/2
			577 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
				Center Jun 26, 1952 to Feb 15, 1960.  Registered as NACA 149.  Used for aerodynamics research.
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations. 
				Modified for variable stability use 
50-579/638	North American F-86E-1-NA Sabre
			MSN 170-1/60
			579 first flight Sep 23, 1950.  Bailed back to North American Aviation for tests.
			580 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 8, 1952 to Apr 18, 1952.
				Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Returned to USAF same month.
			581 w/o at Ladd AFB, Alaska Jan 17, 1952 ??
			582 converted to JF-86E.  With 2759th EW, w/o in California Oct 30, 1952.
			583 to Air Force Armament Center at Eglin AFB, Florida.  To 3200th PTG May 1951.
			584 w/o at Griffiss AFB, New York Aug 21, 1951
			585 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Jan 15, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			586 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 1, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			587 crashed near Fairborn, Ohio Jun 5, 1951.  Also reported as being lost to enemy action in Korea
			588 (2759th EW)
			589 converted to F-86G.  Crashed near Niceville, Florida Apr 10, 1951
			590 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine flamed out S of Mizu, Korea.  Pilot bailed out and was MIA.
			591 (16th FIS, 51st FIG)
			592 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 2, 1952, pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			593 on display at VFW Post 1798, Tulia, Texas
			594 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by enemy fire and crashed into Yellow Sea off Korea Jun 7, 1952. Pilot rescued.
			595 (156th FIS, North Carolina ANG) crashed near Concord, North Carolina Aug 9, 1958
			596
			597 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 N of Cho-do, Korea Jul 12, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and rescued.
			598 (16th FIS, 51st FIG)
			599 converted to EF-86E.  W/o in Ohio Mar 12, 1952
			600 formerly at Freedom Park, Charlotte, NC.  Later to Charlotte Airport, North Carolina.  Recovered from a dump 
				and put in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			601
			602 (16th FIS, 51st FIG) damaged by MiG Apr 2, 1952.
			603 w/o at Van Nuys Airport, California Apr 21, 1951  ??
			604 (15th FIG, 16th FIS) damaged by MiG, crashlanded on Cho-do, Korea Mar 11, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			605 w/o at Edwards AFB, California Apr 25, 1951  ??
			606 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
				Center Jun 30, 1955 to Nov 1959.  Registered as NACA 157.  Modified for variable stability use
			607 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by AAA Mar 31, 1953, pilot bailed out near Cho-do, Korea, rescued.
			608 (56th FIW) w/o at Eglin AFB, Florida Jan 5, 1951 ??
			609 (4th FIG) w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Sep 19, 1951 ??
			610 (60th FIS) flew into terrain during simulated combat training and crashed 3 mi ENE of
				Ludlow Center, Massachusetts Sep 2, 1952.
			611 w/o in Connecticut Aug 5, 1952
			612 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15bis flown by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of the 
				Soviet 196th Fighter Air Regiment Jan 11, 1952.  Pilot MIA
			613 (51st FIG, then to 58th FIS, 33rd FIG)
			614 crashed near Belleville, Illinois Apr 14, 1951
			615 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) crashed after engine explosiion in Korea Jan 13, 1952.  Also lised as engine
				explosion Feb 13, 1952, pilot bailed out and rescued.
			616 (51st FIG) w/o in Japan Jul 31, 1954
			617 (104th FIS, Maryland ANG)
			618 w/o in Massachusetts Jul 18 1952.
			619 w/o in Maine Jun 16, 1951
			620 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) lost in operational accident in Korea May 10, 1953.
			621 (199th FIS, Hawaii ANG) w/o at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 20, 1957
			622 lost to enemy action in Korea Feb 8, 1951
			623 (4th FIG) damaged by MiGs Oct 16, 1951.  Credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Oct 28, 1951
			624 (25th FIS, 51st FIG, in 1954 to 35th FW)
			625 (335th FIS, 4th FG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Nov 30, 1951 and again on Jan 14, 1953.
				To 4th FW Nov 1953.  W/o in Japan Jan 20, 1954
			626 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) crashed short of runway in Korea Oct 1, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
			627
			628 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s Mar 19, 1952, salvaged
			629 (25th FIS, 51st FIG) shot down by MiG-15s over Korea Jan 15, 1952
			630 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) show down by MiG Jan 15, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			631 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) internal explosion and crashed into sea May 27, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
			632 (51st FIG) damaged by MiG. Now on display at VFW Post 7119, Indianapolis Indiana, falsely marked as 0682
			633 (336th FIS, 4th FIG) crashlanded at Kimpo AB, South Korea due to control and hydraulic failure May 9, 1952.
				Pilot was injured but survived.
			634 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine trouble May 27, 1953, pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea off Korea, rescued.
			635 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed at Suwon AB, South Korea on return from mission Jan 1, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
			636 (51st FIG, HQ) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 13, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
			637 (191st FIS, Utah ANG)
			638 crashed near Wallaceburg, Canada after collision with F-86 50-662 Sep 25, 1951.
50-639/689	North American F-86E-5-NA Sabre
			MSN 170-61/111
			639 (56th FIS, 33rd FIG)
			640
			641 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 over Korea and crashlanded Sep 15, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			642
			643 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) ingested destroyed MiG-15 debris, pilot ejected over Korea Bay, rescued by SA-16
			644 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) developed engine trouble over Korea, unsuccessful bailout Feb 4, 1952, pilot killed.
			645 (335th FIS, 4th FIG) damaged by MiG-15s Feb 10, 1952.  W/o Jun 24, 1953.
			646 crashed near Stockholm, ME Jun 22, 1951
			647 w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Sep 21, 1951.
			648 (336th FIS, 4th FIG, then to 35th FW)
			649 (25th FIS, 51st FIG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Sep 9, 1952.  With 35th FW, w/o in Japan Aug 4, 1954.
			650 w/o in Utah Aug 8, 1951
			651 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) MIA in Antung area of North Korea, Shot down in combat by a MiG-15bis flown by 
				Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of the Soviet 196th Fighter Air Regiment Jan 7, 1952. The fighter caught fire, 
				entered an uncontrollable dive and exploded before crashing. 
			652 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 May 3, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
			653 on display at Hickam AFB, Hawaii
			654 (60th FIS) w/o Oct 19, 1952 in crash 4 mi NE of Westfield, Massachusetts after collision with F-86 51-2775.  
				Pilot killed.
			655 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) hot down in combat by a MiG-15bis flown by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of the 
				Soviet 196th Fighter Air Regiment and crashed NW of Sunchon, North Korea Jan 6, 1952.
			656 (60th FIS)
			657 (4th FIG) w/o in Japan Aug 21, 1952
			658 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) engine flamed out and crashed in Korea, pilot bailed out Aug 28, 1952. 
			659
			660 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o in accident in Korea Nov 28, 1952
			661 w/o at Presque Isle AFB, Maine Oct 20, 1951
			662 crashed near Wallaceburg, Canada after collision with F-86 50-638 Sep 25, 1951.
			663 w/o in Korea 
			664 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) lost over North Korea due to unknown cause Jul 21, 1952.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
			665 (51st FIG) lost from unknown cause in bad weather over South Korea Dec 14, 1951.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
			666 shot down over Korea Sep 10, 1952.
			667 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) engine blew up Sep 15, 1952, pilot bailed out N of Cho-do, Korea, rescued by SA-16.
			668 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) mising on weather flight near Chinnampo, Korea Mar 15, 1952.
			669 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiG over Yalu, crashlanded at K-14, South Korea Jun 24, 1952.
			670 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) crashed in Korea on test flight Mar 14, 1952.
			671 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) Shot down in combat by a MiG-15bis flown by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of the 
				Soviet 196th Fighter Air Regiment, pilot bailed out over friendly territory Oct 6, 1951.
			672 lost to enemy action in Korea, unknown date
			673 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down in combat by a MiG-15bis flown by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of the 
				Soviet 196th Fighter Air RegimentNov 28, 1951, Sinanju area of North Korea.  Pilot POW.
			674 (4th FIG)
			675 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o at Kimpo AB, South Korea Jan 28, 1953
			676 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea.  Major damage from MiG Apr 2, 1952.
			677 (336th FIS, 4th FIG)
			678 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 over Korea, crashlanded Sep 4, 1952.
			679 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) Damaged in combat with a MiG-15bis flown by Col Yevgeniy Pepelyayev of the 
				Soviet 196th Fighter Air Regiment Jan 9, 1952.
			680 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean near MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii after takeoff Jun 14, 1956.
				Pilot killed.
			681 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s, aborted landing, bailed out, chute did not open Dec 15, 1951.  Pilot killed.
			682 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s, belly-landed on runway Oct 12, 1951.  Also listed as
				shot down by MiG Oct 24, 1951.
			683 (4th FIG) damaged by MiG-15s, returned to base Dec 4, 1951.  Also listed as shot down by MiGs and pilot
				bailed out over Cho-do Jul 4, 1952 but KIA.
			684 (4th FIG) damaged during encounter with MiGs, returned to base Dec 4, 1951.
			685 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) hit the top of a hill at night 1/4 mile short of runway at Kimpo AB, South Korea
				Aug 7, 1952.  Pilot injured but survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
			686 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) engine exploded after takeoff 20 mi N of Kimpo AB, South Korea Feb 7, 1952.  Pilot ejected
				but seat malfunctioned.  Pilot was injured but survived.
			687 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) hit hill and crashed into village 1000 feet short of runway at Kimpo AB, South Korea Jul 2, 1952.
				Pilot was injured but survived.
			688 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by AAA over Cho-do, Korea Sep 15, 1952. Pilot KIA.
			689 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s S of Sonchon, Korea May 21, 1952.
50-690/703	Boeing C-97C-35-BO Stratofreighter
			MSN 16234/16247.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			All converted to MC-97G in Korean War.
			690 damaged Nov 10, 1963 at Lajes AB, Azores when struck while parked
				by skidding WB-47E 51-2420.  To MASDC Mar 20, 1964.  Crashed while assigned to MASDC
			691 to MASDC Feb 20, 1964.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			692 to MASDC Mar 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			694 to MASDC Jan 13, 1964.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			695 to MASDC Sep 22, 1964.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
			696 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964 
			697 to MASDC Nov 14, 1963.  Declared excess Sep 24, 1964.
			698 to MASDC Nov 7, 1963.  Declared excees Jul 16, 1964
			699 to MASDC Oct 8, 1963.  Declared excees Jul 16, 1964
			700 to MASDC Apr 10, 1964.  Declared excees Jul 16, 1964
			701 to MASDC Mar 23, 1964.  Declared excees Jul 16, 1964
			702 vanished without a trace in north Pacific near Tokyo Mar 22, 1957.  70 on board.  Flew out of Travis AFB bound for Tokyo
			703 to MASDC Apr 17, 1964.  Declared excees Jul 16, 1964
50-704/734	North American F-86D-15-NA Sabre
			MSN 165-123/153
			704 damaged Oct 11, 1954 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
			706  damaged Jun 26, 1954 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB, FL
			710 damaged Jun 22, 1955 Engine failure & force landing-Perrin AFB, TX
			720 damaged Apr 24, 1953 t/off accident-Larson AFB, WA
			732 w/o ??  Nov 19, 1954 Engine failure & force landing on approach-Perrin AFB, TX
50-735/737	Beech YT-34-BH Mentor
			Beechcraft Model 45
			735 (MSN G-4) Prototype T-34 Mentor, first flown May50. USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the 
				Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA. Preserved and on display.
			736 (MSN G-5) 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. 3545th Maintenance 
				Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Damaged by 
				mechanical failure at Goodfellow AFB 17Apr52.
			737 (MSN G-6)
50-738/740	Temco YT-35 Buckaroo
			Temco Model TE-18
			738 (MSN 6006) Evaluated at Randolph AFB, Universal City, TX Jul50. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, 
				Connally AFB, Waco, TX 1950. 3585th Pilot Training Wing, San Marcos AFB, TX. Returned to Temco 
				for overhaul. 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX Jul51. 
				Returned to Temco for overhaul late 1951. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply 
				Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Force landed after engine failure five miles north of 
				Goodfellow 21Feb52. Goodfellow 28Jul52. SOC. Registered N68775. Reregistered N33RS, cancelled 5Mar70.
			739 (MSN 6007) Evaluated at Randolph AFB, Universal City, TX Jul50. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, 
				Connally AFB, Waco, TX 1950. 3585th Pilot Training Wing, San Marcos AFB, TX. Returned to Temco 
				for overhaul. 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX Jul51. Returned 
				to Temco for overhaul late 1951. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
				Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Goodfellow 28Jul52. SOC. 
				Registered N68774. Reregistered N68782. Reregistered N1135T, reregistered 10Jul12. 
				Reregistered 10Jul12 as N4PB, current [Mar18].
			740 (MSN 6008) Evaluated at Randolph AFB, Universal City, TX Jul50. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, 
				Connally AFB, Waco, TX 1950. 3585th Pilot Training Wing, San Marcos AFB, TX. Returned to Temco 
				for overhaul. 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX Jul51. 
				Returned to Temco for overhaul late 1951. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, 
				Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. SOC. Registered N68773, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged 
				when a laminated wood propeller blade separated in flight and the aircraft nosed over landing at 
				Malibu, CA 15Jun68.
50-741/744	Northrop F-89C-1-NO Scorpion
50-745/759	Northrop F-89C-5-NO Scorpion
			745 w/o  Mar 5, 1954 Ernest Harmon AFB, Nfd
			746 damaged Mar 16, 1952 taxi accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
			748 damaged Mar 16, 1952 taxi accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
			752 converted to YF-89E
			755 damaged 24 Mar 1952 taxi accident-Tyndall AFB, FL
			756 damaged 24 Mar 1952 taxi accident-Tyndall AFB, Fl
50-760/774	Northrop F-89C-10-NO Scorpion
			763 damaged Jan 29, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
			767 damaged Oct 21, 1954 Landing-Torbay A/p, Nfd
			768 to MASDC
			770 damaged Mar 29, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
50-775/789	Northrop F-89C-15-NO Scorpion
			777 inflight explosion 3mi SE of Sassilla, AK Oct 29, 1953.
			787 damaged Oct 11, 1954 Engine failure-Ernest Harmon AFB, Nfd
50-790/804	Northrop F-89C-20-NO Scorpion
			794 damaged Nov 3, 1953 taxi accident with 50-801-L G Hanscom Fd, MA
			798 damaged Apr 16, 1955 Landing-Gen Mitchell Fd, WI
			801 damaged Nove 3, 1953 in taxi accident with 50-794
50-805/876	Lockheed F-94B-1-LO 
			MSN 780-7111/7182
			805 at China Lake Ranges  ?
			808 damaged Mar 14, 1953 Out of fuel & force landing-Turner AFB, GA
			809 damaged May 17, 1954 Landing-Goose Bay, Labrador
			811 damaged Jul 27, 1952 Engine failure & force landing-O’Hare AFB,IL
			812 damaged Jul 11, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
			813 (3626 AMS, 3626 AMG) crashed 7 mi N of Grumman Field, NY Jun 15, 1951.
			814 damaged Aug 11, 1952 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
			815 damaged Jul 23, 1952 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
			816 damaged Apr 9, 1953 Landing-Presque Island AFB,ME
			817  damaged Jul 27, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
			818 damaged Nov 8, 1952 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB,FL
			819 damaged Jul 1, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL 
			820 damaged Mar 28, 1954 Landing-Keflavik A/p, Iceland
			821 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG) forced-landed in Tyndall ADB, FL Feb 19, 1951.
			823 damaged Jun 22, 1953 Mid air-with F-94b 51-5312-Keflavik, Iceland
			824  damaged Apr 6, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
			826  damaged Oct 30, 1952 Mid air (Hit target being towed) Mito Gunnery Range, Japan
			827 (339th FAWS, 6162 ABW) w/o in landing accident at Yokota AB, Japan Apr 24, 1951.
			831 w/o May 20, 1952 in crash due to engine failure 5 mi N of Mito AB, Japan
			832 w/o Jul 2, 1954 in takeoff accident at Suwon AB, South Korea
			833 w/o Mar 31, 1954 Chungju, South Korea
			839 damaged Jan 30, 1954 Landing-K-13, South Korea
			840  damaged Jul 17, 1952 Landing-Scott AFB, IL
			845 damaged Jun 11, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
			847 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG) w/o at Tyndal AFB, FL Aug 28, 1951.
			848 damaged Mar 20, 1952 Structural failure-10 miles E of Tyndall AFB,FL
			850 damaged Oct 27, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
			851 damaged Nov 29, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
			852 w/o Jul 10, 1953 San Pablo Bay, Louisiana
			853 t/o Jul 2, 1952 off Tyndall AFB, Florida
			854 damaged Jun 2, 1952 Engine failure on t/off-Tyndall AFB,FL
			855 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG)
			856 damaged May 25, 1953 t/off accident-Larson AFB,WA
			858 w/o Nov 17, 1952 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
			859 (NY ANG) crashed near Ballston Spa, NY Nov 9, 1957 after left gun bay door opened
				in flight.
			863 w/o Mar 25, 1954 in landing accident at Keflavik AP, Iceland
			864 damaged Oct 10, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
			865 damaged Feb 2, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
			866 damaged Jun 16, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
			867 damaged May 30, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
			869 w/o Jul 25, 1955 in crash due to engine failure 2 mi SE of Johnson AB, Japan
			873 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) crashed 4 mi SE of Sandwich, MA Jul 12, 1951.
50-877		Lockheed YF-97 Starfire
			MSN 780-7183.  Lockheed Model 880, modified fom F-94B airframe on the production line.  Later redesignated YF-94C.
			On display with New York ANG at Syracuse, New York
50-878/954	Lockheed F-94B-1-LO
			MSN 780-7184/7260
			883 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) crashed 5 mi N of Otis AFB, Massachusetts May 11, 1951.
			887 (319th FIS) lost in action May 4, 1953, possible collision.
			904 (64th FIS, 57th FIG) crashed 6 mi SW of Elmendorf AFB, AK Aug 3, 1951.
			927 (66th FIS, 57th FIG) crashed 3 mi WSW of Anchorage, AK Jan 6, 1953.
50-955		Lockheed YF-97 Starfire
			MSN 880-8000.  Model 880.  Modified from F-94B airframe on the production line.  First flight Jan 19, 1950.
				Later redesignated YF-94C
50-956/1063	Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
			MSN 880-8001/8108
			956 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
				Center Jul 29, 1954 to Nov 18, 1958.  Registered as NACA 156.
				Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
				Modified with gun sight tracking displays
			957 at Chinal Lake Range
			959 may have been modified as DF-94C with Falcon missiles.
			963 modified as EF-94C reconnaissance aircraft.
			965 operated by Hughes Aircraft equipped with cameras.
			967 damaged Feb 5, 1953 Structural failure-Presque Island AFB, ME
			969 (3299th Fighter Test Squadron) crashed Jun 21, 1953 while landing at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS.  Both
				crew killed. 
			970 at China Lake Range
			977 damaged Apr 13, 1954 Structural failure-Moody AFB, GA
			978  w/o ?? Aug  5, 1953 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
			980 on display at WPAFB Museum, marked as 50-1054.
			981  damaged 4 Jun 1953 Engine failure-Tyndall AFB, FL
			987 w/o Jan 27, 1953 in midair collision with 50-1004 5 mi NW of Orange, Florida.  50-1004 OK
			989 damaged Oct 5, 1953 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
			991 damaged Jun 15, 1953 Engine failure-12 miles SE of Panama City, FL
			992  damaged Oct 13, 1953 t/off accident-Moody AFB, GA
			993 w/o Oct 4, 1954 in takeoff accident at Moody AFB, Georgia
			995 damaged Nov 29, 1954 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
			996 w/o Jun 8, 1954 in crash 5 mi SW of Du Pont, Georgia
			998 damaged Oct 28, 1953 grd fire-Moody AFB, GA
			999 w/o Jan 13, 1954 in crash 9 mi SW of Pearson, Georgia
			1000 damaged Feb 1, 1954 landing at Moody AFB, GA
			1001 damaged Jan 3, 1955 Undershot landing-Craig AFB, IL
			1002 damaged May 27, 1953 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB, FL.    Damaged May 12, 1955 Landing-Laughlin AFB, TX
			1006 at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado 
			1008 damaged Aug 9, 1955 t/off accident-Moody AFB, GA
			1009 w/o ?? Nov 15, 1955 Engine failure & force landing-7 miles SSW of Pearson, GA
			1010 damaged Mar 5, 1954 Mid air with F-94 50-1058- 2 miles SW of Otis AFB, MA
			1011 w/o May 26, 1953 Tyndall AFB, Florida
			1012 damaged Jul 10, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
			1013 damaged Feb 9, 1954 taxi accident-Moody AFB, GA
			1014 damaged Apr 27, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
			1015 damaged Jun 4, 1953 in ground fire at Tyndall AFB, FL
			1021 damaged Sep 3, 1954 Engine failure on t/off-1 mile N of Moody AFB, GA
			1024 damaged Jan 27, 1955 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
			1026 w/o Mar 25, 1954 Orleans, Massachusetts
			1036 damaged May 9, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
			1039  damaged Jul 7, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, MA
			1043 w/o Sep 21, 1954 in ground accident at Otis AFB, Massachusetts.
			1044 damaged Aug 31, 1953 Landing-Robins AFB, GA
			1047 damaged Jun 21, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, MA
			1054 (MSN 880-8099) in 1973 was on display at Monument Beach, MA
			1058 damaged Mar 5, 1954 Mid air with F-94 50-1010- 2 miles SW of Otis AFB, MA
			1062  w/o Jun 24, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, Ma-Crew ok & aircraft burnt out
50-1064/1073	Convair B-36F-10-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1064 (MSN 171) Accepted by USAF Sep51. 40th Bombardment Squadron, 6th Bombardment Wing, 
				Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. Damaged by mechanical failure at Walker AFB 18Nov54. 
				Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Aug 6, 1957 and scrapped there
			1065 (MSN 172) Accepted by USAF Oct51. 24th Bombardment Squadron, 6th Bombardment Wing, 
				Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. Damaged by bad weather at Denver, CO 4Aug53. 
				Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Aug 17, 1957 and scrapped there
			1066 (MSN 173) Accepted by USAF Oct51. 26th Bombardment Squadron, 11th Bombardment Wing, 
				Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. During takeoff for a training mission, an engine cowling 
				panel came loose and the pilot returned to attempt an overweight landing at base. 
				On landing, the landing gear broke and the aircraft skidded down the runway and burnt out.
				Seven crew members killed.
			1067 (MSN 175) Accepted by USAF Oct51. 436th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing, 
				Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TXw/o 3/6/52 at Carswell AFB due to landing gear collapse
				during landing and subsequent fuel leak and fire.
			1068 (MSN 176) Accepted by USAF Nov51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Jul 3, 1957 and scrapped there
			1069 (MSN 177) Accepted by USAF Oct51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1957 and scrapped there.
			1070 (MSN 178) Accepted by USAF Oct51.  damaged 1952 when left landing gear collapsed at 
				Carswell AFB.  6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. Featherweight Configuration II.
				To MASDC Jun 24, 1957 and scrapped there
			1071 (MSN 180) Accepted by USAF Dec51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1957 and scrapped there
			1072 (MSN 181) Accepted by USAF Nov51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 16, 1957 and scrapped there
			1073 (MSN 182) Accepted by USAF Nov51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Jul 9, 1957 and scrapped there
50-1074/1082	Convair B-36F-15-CF Peacemaker  
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1074 (MSN 183) Accepted by USAF Nov51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 23, 1957 and scrapped there.
			1075 (MSN 185) Accepted by USAF Nov51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 26, 1957 and scrapped there
			1076 (MSN 186) Accepted by USAF Nov51. Damaged by a tornado at Carswell AFB 1Sep52 when 
				a maintenance dock was blown into the aircraft. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, 
				Roswell, NM. Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jun 13, 1957 and scrapped there
			1077 (MSN 187) Accepted by USAF Nov51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1957 and scrapped there
			1078 (MSN 188) Accepted by USAF Dec51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 1, 1957 and scrapped there
			1079 (MSN 190) Accepted by USAF Dec51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 2, 1957 and scrapped there
			1080 (MSN 191) Accepted by USAF Jan51. Damaged by a tornado at Carswell AFB 1Sep52; empennage ripped off. 
				6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. Featherweight Configuration II
				To MASDC Aug 8, 1957 and scrapped there
			1081 (MSN 192) Accepted by USAF Dec51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1957 and scrapped there
			1082 (MSN 193) Accepted by USAF Dec51. 6th Bombardment Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 14, 1957 and scrapped there
50-1083/1091	Convair B-36H-1-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1083 (MSN 195) Accepted by USAF May52. 4925th Test Group, Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, 
				Albuquerque, NM. Used for air sampling during the Operation Castle nuclear tests at 
				Eniwetok and Bikini Atolls Feb-May54.  7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jan 23, 1958 and scrapped there
			1084 (MSN 196) Accepted by USAF May52. damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952.  
				5th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.
				To MASDC Feb 19, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1085 (MSN 197) Accepted by USAF May52. Assigned to be modified as a director aircraft to carry 
				the GAM 63 Rascal guided air missile but not used. Converted to EDB-36H-1-CF. 
				Air Force Operational Test Center, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL.  Used during nuclear tests 
				Operation ‘Ivy’ at Eniwetok Atoll 1952. Featherweight Configuration II.
				To MASDC Jun 3, 1956 and scrapped there
			1086 (MSN 198) Accepted by USAF May52. 4925th Test Group, Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, 
				Albuquerque, NM. Used for air sampling during the Operation Castle nuclear tests at Eniwetok 
				and Bikini Atolls Feb-May54. Air Force Operational Test Center, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL 1955. 
				7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Featherweight Configuration III.  
				To MASDC Apr 10, 1958 and scrapped there
			1087 (MSN 200) Accepted by USAF May52. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1958 and scrapped there
			1088 (MSN 201) Accepted by USAF May52. damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952.   
				95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration II. 
				To MASDC Jul 10, 1957 and scrapped there
			1089 (MSN 202) Accepted by USAF May52. damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952. 
				95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration II 
				To MASDC Mar 3, 1958 and scrapped there
			1090 (MSN 204) Accepted by USAF Jun52. damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952. 
				95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration II 
				To MASDC Apr 15, 1958 and scrapped there
			1091 (MSN 205) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1957 and scrapped there
50-1092/1097	Convair B-36H-5-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1092 (MSN 207) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1957 and scrapped there
			1093 (MSN 208) Accepted by USAF Jun52. 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jan 17, 1958 and scrapped there
			1094 (MSN 210) Accepted by USAF Jun52.  Damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952.  
				95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration III. 
				To MASDC Jul 11, 1957 and scrapped there
			1095 (MSN 211) Accepted by USAF Jun52.  Damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952.  
				95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration II.
				To MASDC Aug 5, 1957 and scrapped there
			1096 (MSN 213) Accepted by USAF Jun52.  Damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952 when ground 
				equipment was blown into the aircraft. 95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. 
				Featherweight Configuration II. To MASDC Mar 18, 1957 and scrapped there
			1097 (MSN 214) Accepted by USAF Jun52.  Damaged in Carswell tornado, Sept 1, 1952.  
				95th Bombardment Wing, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Featherweight Configuration II. 
				To MASDC Aug 21, 1957 and scrapped there.
50-1098/1099	Convair RB-36F-10-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1098 (MSN 174)	Accepted by USAF Oct52. 346th Bombardment Squadron, 99th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
				Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA. Damaged by structural failure 21Sep53. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, 
				Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1958 and scrapped there
			1099 (MSN 179)Accepted by USAF Oct52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1958 and scrapped there
50-1100/1102	Convair RB-36F-15-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1100 (MSN 184) Accepted by USAF Nov52. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic 
				Reconnaissance Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. Damaged by fire at Travis AFB 20Dec51. 
				72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. Featherweight Configuration II. 
				To MASDC Jul 17, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1101 (MSN 189) Accepted by USAF Nov52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
				Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Oct 21, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1102 (MSN 194) Accepted by USAF Dec52. 72nd Bombardment Wing, Ramey AFB, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 
				Featherweight Configuration II.  To MASDC Jul 30, 1958 and scrapped there.
50-1103/1105	Convair RB-36H-1-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1103 (MSN 199) Accepted by USAF Feb52. 5th Bombardment Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
				Featherweight Configuration III. To MASDC Sep 25, 1958 and scrapped there
			1104 (MSN 203) Accepted by USAF Jan52. 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 
				5th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. Damaged while parked 
				in collision by RB-36H 52-1379 taxying at Travis AFB 14May53. Damaged by engine fire at 
				Calistoga, CA 29Dec54. Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1958 and scrapped there
			1105 (MSN 206) Accepted by USAF Jan52. 5th Bombardment Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 24, 1958 and scrapped there
50-1106/1110	Convair RB-36H-5-CF Peacemaker
			Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
			1106 (MSN 209) Accepted by USAF Jan52. 23rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 
				5th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. Damaged landing at Kelly AFB, TX 29May52. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1107 (MSN 212) Accepted by USAF Feb52. 5th Bombardment Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1108 (MSN 215) Accepted by USAF Feb52. 5th Bombardment Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Sep 24, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1109 (MSN 216) Accepted by USAF Feb52. 5th Bombardment Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Sep 24, 1958 and scrapped there.
			1110 (MSN 217) Accepted by USAF Feb52. 5th Bombardment Wing, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA. 
				Featherweight Configuration III.  To MASDC Sep 30, 1958 and scrapped there.
50-1111/1200	Republic F-84E-20-RE Thunderjet
			1114 (49th FBG, 75h FBS) shot down by Migs near Sonchon, N. Korea May 17, 1952
			1117 (136th FBW, 154th FBW) crashed during bombing run Apr 14, 1952.
			1119 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by AAA Mar 24, 1952.
			1120 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crashed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
				All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm.
			1121 to civil registry as N1277V
			1122 (474th FBG) exploded in midair Feb 22, 1953.
			1123 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) crashed Jul 21, 1952, pilot bailed out
			1124 (136th FBW) hit by ground fire Jan 26, 1952, crashlanded at K-14
			1126 (49th FBG) damaged by bomb blast, crashlanded
			1127 (58th FBG, 311th FBS) in midair collision Sep 19, 1952.
			1128 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed after takeoff Mar 9, 1952.
			1130 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crashed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
				All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
			1133 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crshed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
				All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
			1138 (49th FBG) crashlanded after bomb run Dec 24, 1951.  Also listed as missing Feb 21, 1952.
			1140 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) shot down by ground fire Jul 22, 1951.
			1143 1950: TOS USAF. Assigned to 27th Fighter Escort Group, Bergstrom AFB, TX.
				11/50: Unit deployed to Japan and Korea during the early part of the Korean War, flying many combat missions, 
					mostly in support of ground forces from December 1950 to June 1951.
				6/51: 136th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Texas ANG, Itazuke AFB, Japan. Aircraft was transferred to the 136th as 
					it replaced the 27th. The 136th FBW was the first ANG FBW in history to enter combat.
				11/16/51: Base of operations changed to Taegu AFB (K-2), South Korea.
				1952: 3595th Pilot Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV (was replaced by F-84G in Korea).
				Unknown date: Robins AFB, GA. Apparently displayed.
				10/63: To USAF Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				7/71: Towed to new Museum facility at Wright Field, WPAFB.
				By 6/12: Marked to represent the F-84G flown by Col. Joseph Davis Jr., commander of the 58th Fighter-Bomber 
					Wing in 1953.on display at WPAFB Museum
			1150 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) crashed into hill S of Itazuke AB, Japan Jul 2, 1951.
			1152 (136th FBW) shot down by AAA S of Sinanju River, Korea Sep 25, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and rescued
			1155 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) ran out of fuel Jan 26, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
			1157 to MASDC Nov 1958
			1159 (136th FBW) shot down by AAA Aug 17, 1951.
			1162 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 5, 1952.
			1164 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) shot down by AAA Apr 5, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			1165 (27th FEW, 523rd FES) crashed W of Kumchon, Korea Apr 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
			1166 (136th FBW, 182nd FBS) caught fire in midair Oct 2, 1951, pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			1167 (136th FBW, 154th FBS) crashed near Chong-dong, Korea Mar 13, 1952.  Pilot killed.
			1168 (136th FBW, HQ) ran out of fuel Nov 5, 1951, unsuccessful bail out.
			1169 (136th FBW) shot down by ground fire Mar 3, 1952, pilot bailed out but was killed.
			1171 (27th FEW) crashed on strafing run at Sinmak Marshaling Yard Jun 16, 1951.  Pilot KIA
			1172 (27th FEW, 524th FES) shot down by ground fire near Songhon, N. Korea Jun 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
			1173 (111th FS) bellied in after flak hit in Korea
			1174 (49th FBG, HQ) hit by ground fire Mar 17, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			1176 to MASDC Nov 1958
			1180 (58th FBG, 69th FBS) shot down by AAA Nov 6, 1952, pilot bailed out and became POW.
			1181 (49th FBG) shot down by ground fire Namjong-ni, N. Korea May 8, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			1184 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire Feb 28, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			1186 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 16, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			1190 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
			1191--the aircraft displayed at Charlotte, NC as 50-1191 is really 52-3253.
			1192 to MASDC Nov 1958
			1197 w/o Aug 1951
			1198 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crshed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
				All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
50-1201/1230	Republic F-84E-25-RE Thunderjet
			1203 crashed near Chong, South Korea Mar 5, 1953.  Pilot killed.
			1207 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) engine exploded and plane fell out of control and crashed Sep 20, 1952.  Pilot killed.
			1209 (560th FS, 12th FBG) (and 7 others) crshed during training flight near Richmond, Indiana Jun 8, 1951.  
				All 8 suffered icing on the jet engine intake screens while flying through a thunderstorm
			1210 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) shot down by ground fire Oct 19, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
			1212 (136th FBW) hit by AAA and landed at home base Jun 5, 1952.
			1213 (474th FBG, 428th FBS) MIA after bomb run Mar 14, 1953.  Pilot MIA
			1215 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) mid-air failure, pilot bailed out Jul 20, 1952.
			1220 (136th FBW, 111th FBS) shot down by MiGs Oct 23, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
			1223 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed on takeoff Mar 4, 1952.  Pilot OK.
			1230 (49th FBS) damaged by MiG, crashlanded at K-14 May 17, 1952.
50-1231/1248	Piasecki YH-21-PH Workhorse
			1234 on civil registry as N93064
			1248 on civil registry as N93065
50-1249/1253	Cessna LC-126-CD
			MSN 7587,7593,7599,7601,7603.  Redesignated U-20B in 1962
			1249 (MSN 7587) to N6456D.  WFU Oct 9, 2012.
			1250 (MSN 7593) to N1003B. WFU May 24, 2012
			1251 (MSN 7599) to N7978A.  WFU May 22, 1965.
			1253 (MSN 7603) to N195JD or to N6747C.
50-1254		Hiller YH-23-UH Raven
			MSN 164
50-1255/1268	Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
			MSN 43277/43290.  All converted to C-124C
			1255 (MSN 43277) to MASDC Apr 10, 1969
			1256 (MSN 43278) to MASDC as CQ092 Jun 21, 1969
			1257 (MSN 43279) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969
			1258 (MSN 43280) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
			1259 (MSN 43281) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
			1260 (MSN 43282) in midair collision with VC-47D 45-0926 Apr 4, 1952 near Mobile Brookley AB, Alabama.
			1261 (MSN 43283) to MASDC Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
			1262 (MSN 43284) to MASDC May 14, 1969
			1263 (MSN 43285) to MASDC as CQ115 Nov 18, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
			1264 (MSN 43286) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
			1265 (MSN 43287) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969.  
			1266 (MSN 43288) to MASDC May 29, 1969
			1267 (MSN 43289) to MASDC Aug 5, 1969
			1268 (MSN 43290) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
50-1269/1270	Piasecki YH-16-PH Transporter
			1269 converted to YH-16B.  Remains seen in a  yard at Mesa, AZ Oct 1978.
			1270 converted to YH-27 (later redesignated YH-16A).  Broke up in 
				midair and crashed near the Delaware River Dec 1955.
50-1271		Kaman YH-22-KA
			Model K-240.  US Navy HTK-1 transferred to USAF for evaluation.  Also suggested to be US Navy or USCG XHTK-1
				(Model K-225)
50-1272/1276	Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
			MSN 580-5308/5312.  For MDAP.
			1273 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
			1274 to MASDC
			1275 (MSN 580-5311) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14679.  To Turkish AF Jul 17, 1955 as 50-1275
			1276 (MSN 580-5312) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14680.  To Turkish AF May 14, 1955 as 50-1276.
				Forcelanded on Cigli runway Nov 8, 1982
50-1277/1326	North American T-6G Texan
			Remanufactured from earlier aircraft.  Assigned to Air National Guard
			1277/1286 MSN 168-441/450
				1279 (MSN 168-443) was formerly 41-32950.  Now with USAF Museum marked as 41279, but 
				this is not a Texan.  Regisration N279S assigned Apr 2002
			1287/1296 MSN 168-501/510
				1288 (MSN 88-17307 ??) to civil registry as N7765C
				1289 (MSN 168-503) noted 1989 in Yugoslavian National Aviation Museum, Belgrade
				1291 (MSN 168-505) became N3518G. Struck parked Beech A45 N54RF whilst taxying at Oshkosh, WI 
				Aug 4, 2003; extent of damage not reported
			1297/1306 MSN 168-561/570
			1307/1316 MSN 168-621/630
				1308 (MSN 168-622) on civil registry as N2760S
			1317/1326 MSN 168-372/381
			1298,1320,1326 converted to LT-6G
50-1327/1744	Cessna L-19A-CE Bird Dog
			Redesignated O-1A and TO-1A in 1962.
			Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, Information mainly from ThaiAviation.net and The Bird Dog’s Tale by Bobby Jack Woolley.
			Steve Darke published a Cessna Bird Dog production list spreadsheet which formed the basis of this report. 
			Additional data from The Aircraft of Air America, 5th edition of 4 March 2013, by Dr. Joe F. Leeker
			Most of the US contracts for the L-19 appear to have been placed by the USAF on behalf of the US Army and would 
			presumably have been accepted by the USAF and then struck off USAF records as deliveries to the US Army
			1327/1542 MSN 21001/21216
			1327 (MSN 21001) Accepted by USAF 18Dec50. Delivered 26Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco Port 
				of Embarkation, CA. Shipped to and re-assembled in Japan. Assigned to the US Eighth US Army in Korea. 
				Used by the Republic of Korea forces for training flights Jun52. This aircraft transported 
				President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower on his inspection trip to Korea December 1952; also reported 
				to have been used by Jack Benny and Marilyn Monroe on USO flights. Preserved and displayed at US 
				Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL.
			1328 (MSN 21002) Accepted by USAF Dec50. Used as a test aircraft by the Directorate of Flight and 
				All-Weather Testing, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH. Damaged 19Dec50 at Wright-Patterson 
				AFB when tipped over taxying on snow-covered soft ground. Redesignated as EL-19A. Damaged 18May51 
				at Wright-Patterson AFB by hard landing whilst performing performance / acceptance tests. 
				Damaged 9Feb54 at Wright-Patterson AFB when the tail wheel broke on landing. US Army National 
				Guard - Minnesota. Last US Army report 15Oct72. Exhibited at Minnesota Military Museum, 
				Camp Ripley, Little Falls, MN.
			1329	(MSN 21003) Accepted by USAF 6Dec50. Delivered 28Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1330	(MSN 21004) Accepted by USAF 31Dec50. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1331	(MSN 21005) Accepted by USAF 18Dec50. Delivered 22Dec50 to US Army at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
				XVIII Airborne Corps.
			1332	(MSN 21006) Accepted by USAF 21Dec50. Delivered 22Dec50 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Jul72.
			1333 (MSN 21007) Accepted by USAF 18Dec50. Delivered 26Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Last US Army report 15Nov71. Transferred to USAF 
				Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5236G; cancelled. Substantially damaged when ground 
				looped landing at Troutdale, OR 17Mar78. Damaged when a tire blew out and the aircraft ground 
				looped landing at Hillsboro, OR 24May84. Oregon Air & Space Museum, Eugene, OR. Exhibited at 
				the Oregon Military Museum Foundation, Camp Withycombe, Clackamas, OR. Displayed hanging from 
				the ceiling of the US Army National Guard administration building, McNary Field, Salem, OR [noted Jun12].
			1334	(MSN 21008) Accepted by USAF 18Dec50. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
			1335	(MSN 21009) Accepted by USAF 31Dec50. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1336	(MSN 21010) Accepted by USAF 2Jan51. Delivered 5Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1337	(MSN 21011) Accepted by USAF 18Dec50. Delivered 26Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1338	(MSN 21012) Accepted by USAF 28Dec50. Delivered 28Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1339	(MSN 21013) Accepted by USAF 26Dec50. Delivered 26Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1340	(MSN 21014) Accepted by USAF 2Jan51. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1341	(MSN 21015) Accepted by USAF 26Dec50. Delivered 28Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1342	(MSN 21016) Accepted by USAF 26Dec50. Delivered 28Dec50 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1343	(MSN 21017) Accepted by USAF 29Dec50. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1344	(MSN 21018) Accepted by USAF 5Jan51. Delivered 8Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1345	(MSN 21019) Accepted by USAF 2Jan51. Delivered 5Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1346	(MSN 21020) Accepted by USAF 2Jan51. Delivered 5Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1347	(MSN 21021) Accepted by USAF 3Jan51. Delivered 5Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1348	(MSN 21022) Accepted by USAF 2Jan51. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1349 (MSN 21023) Accepted by USAF 2Jan51. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1001, later as 11001. To Royal Thai Army as 1349. Derelict fuselage 
				noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95. Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chaisri, 
				Nakhon Pathom by Dec10; displayed at entrance, painted green marked as ‘25190’.
			1350	(MSN 21024) Accepted by USAF 6Jan51. Delivered 8Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1351	(MSN 21025) Accepted by USAF 3Jan51. Delivered 4Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1352	(MSN 21026) Accepted by USAF 3Jan51. Delivered 6Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1353	(MSN 21027) Accepted by USAF 4Jan51. Delivered 6Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1354	(MSN 21028) Accepted by USAF 4Jan51. Delivered 6Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 
			1355	(MSN 21029) Accepted by USAF 5Jan51. Delivered 6Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1356	(MSN 21030) Accepted by USAF 8Jan51. Delivered 8Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1357	(MSN 21031) Accepted by USAF 8Jan51. Delivered 8Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1358	(MSN 21032) Accepted by USAF 8Jan51. Delivered 11Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11031. To Royal Thai Army as 1358. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
				Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01.
			1359	(MSN 21033) Accepted by USAF 8Jan51. Delivered 10Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1360	(MSN 21034) Accepted by USAF 15Jan51. Delivered 17Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1361	(MSN 21035) Accepted by USAF 6Jan51. Delivered 10Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1362	(MSN 21036) Accepted by USAF 8Jan51. Delivered 10Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1363	(MSN 21037) Accepted by USAF 15Jan51. Delivered 18Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1364	(MSN 21038) Accepted by USAF 8Jan51. Delivered 10Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1365	(MSN 21039) Accepted by USAF 9Jan51. Delivered 11Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1366	(MSN 21040) Accepted by USAF 15Jan51. Delivered 18Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1367	(MSN 21041) Accepted by USAF 10Jan51. Delivered 11Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11090. Displayed at Miho-Bunka-Land, Shimizu-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture, 
				Japan by 1976, last noted Apr82.
			1368	(MSN 21042) Accepted by USAF 11Jan51. Delivered 11Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1369	(MSN 21043) Accepted by USAF 11Jan51. Delivered 15Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1370	(MSN 21044) Accepted by USAF 12Jan51. Delivered 15Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1010, later as 11010. Written off 22Dec67.
			1371	(MSN 21045) Accepted by USAF 13Jan51. Delivered 17Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 17th Field Artillery Battalion, Korea.
			1372	(MSN 21046) Accepted by USAF 13Jan51. Delivered 15Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11011. To Royal Thai Army as 1372. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
				Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. To the ‘US Camping’ store, Jomtien, Chon Buri by Aug13; gone by Feb14.
			1373	(MSN 21047) Accepted by USAF 12Jan51. Delivered 15Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1374	(MSN 21048) Accepted by USAF 13Jan51. Delivered 17Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11060. Written off 28Mar64.
			1375	(MSN 21049) Accepted by USAF 15Jan51. Delivered 18Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1376	(MSN 21050) Accepted by USAF 16Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1376.
			1377	(MSN 21051) Accepted by USAF 17Jan51. Delivered 17Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1378	(MSN 21052) Accepted by USAF 17Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1379	(MSN 21053) Accepted by USAF 18Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1380	(MSN 21054) Accepted by USAF 19Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11042. 
			1381	(MSN 21055) Accepted by USAF 17Jan51. Delivered 18Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1382	(MSN 21056) Accepted by USAF 18Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Registered as N14621; current [Apr19].
			1383	(MSN 21057) Accepted by USAF 18Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1384	(MSN 21058) Accepted by USAF 19Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1385	(MSN 21059) Accepted by USAF 19Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1386	(MSN 21060) Accepted by USAF 19Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1387	(MSN 21061) Accepted by USAF 17Jan51. Delivered 20Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1388	(MSN 21062) Accepted by USAF 19Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1389	(MSN 21063) Accepted by USAF 20Jan51. Delivered 23Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1390	(MSN 21064) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 24Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1391	(MSN 21065) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 1Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1392	(MSN 21066) Accepted by USAF 20Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 
			1393	(MSN 21067) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
				Last US Army report 15Jun66. Transferred to USAF 13Jul66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
				505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 
				6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 
				8Dec66. The FAC and an Army observer were flying in support of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment 
				when the aircraft was hit by small arms fire and crashed shortly after takeoff from the Black Horse 
				airstrip about eight miles south of Xuan Loc, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 23Apr67 [1KIS].
			1394	(MSN 21068) Accepted by USAF 20Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1395	(MSN 21069) Accepted by USAF 20Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1396	(MSN 21070) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 23Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1397	(MSN 21071) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 23Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1002, later as 11002. Registered as N5073P; cancelled. Registered 31Aug07 
				as N112MC; current [Apr19].
			1398	(MSN 21072) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 26Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1399	(MSN 21073) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 22Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 
			1400	(MSN 21074) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 24Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11085. To Royal Thai Army as 1400. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
				Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95. To the Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon 
				Pathom by Dec10; extant Apr18.
			1401	(MSN 21075) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 24Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1402	(MSN 21076) Accepted by USAF 22Jan51. Delivered 23Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1403	(MSN 21077) Accepted by USAF 23Jan51. Delivered 24Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1404	(MSN 21078) Accepted by USAF 23Jan51. Delivered 1Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1003, later as 11003.
			1405	(MSN 21079) Accepted by USAF 23Jan51. Delivered 1Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1406	(MSN 21080) Accepted by USAF 23Jan51. Delivered 1Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1407	(MSN 21081) Accepted by USAF 24Jan51. Delivered 26Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1408	(MSN 21082) Accepted by USAF 23Jan51. Delivered 26Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1409	(MSN 21083) Accepted by USAF 26Jan51. Delivered 27Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
			1410	(MSN 21084) Accepted by USAF 27Jan51. Delivered 30Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1411	(MSN 21085) Accepted by USAF 26Jan51. Delivered 27Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11095. Registered as N5075G. Damaged when the aircraft ground looped in 
				a landing incident at Lubbock, TX 17Apr82. Damaged when the aircraft ground looped in a landing 
				incident at Abernathy, TX 5Aug82. Sale reported 6Jan04, registration cancelled 10Dec12. Acquired 
				by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum 2011 from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. Stored at 
				the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton, ONT; to be restored to airworthy condition.
			1412	(MSN 21086) Accepted by USAF 25Jan51. Delivered 27Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1413	(MSN 21087) Accepted by USAF 24Jan51. Delivered 26Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1414	(MSN 21088) Accepted by USAF 24Jan51. Delivered 27Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1415	(MSN 21089) Accepted by USAF 26Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1416	(MSN 21090) Accepted by USAF 27Jan51. Delivered 30Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1417	(MSN 21091) Accepted by USAF 23Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of 
				Korea Air Force as 50-1417.  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11021. Registered N5074H, 
				current [Apr19]. On September 13, 2006 the aircraft tipped down during the landing roll at Lewistown 
				Municipal Airport, Lewistown, Montana, arriving on a flight from Bozeman, Montana. Upon touchdown, 
				the left wing was raised by a gust of wind. The airplane swerved right and then left before coming 
				to rest nose down on the runway, sustaining substantial damage. Exhibited at the Legacy Flight Museum, 
				Rexburg, ID [noted Jun12].
			1418	(MSN 21092) Accepted by USAF 26Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1008, later as 11008. To Royal Thai Army as 1418. Derelict fuselage 
				noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01; extant Jan13. 
			1419	(MSN 21093) Accepted by USAF 27Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Last US Army report 15Dec71. Transferred to USAF 
				Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5264G; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged 16Apr76 
				when the engine failed due to fuel starvation and the aircraft hit trees at Warren, VT. Substantially 
				damaged 9Dec79 when the aircraft stalled into trees on a low, slow final approach to Sandpoint, ID. 
				Substantially damaged when the aircraft made a precautionary landing with engine problems at 
				Firebaugh, CA 24Jun14. The pilot reported that while in cruise flight, he noticed that the engine 
				temperature had risen above the normal operating range, and he felt that the engine was developing 
				less power. He elected to make a precautionary landing on a flat grassy area. The crosswind was 
				stronger and gustier than expected and the airplane encountered a gust at touchdown, which placed 
				the airplane off center of the touchdown point. The pilot added power to go-around; however, he 
				was unable to establish a climb as the airplane became unstable in the sand and bushes. The airplane 
				subsequently tipped over, which resulted in substantial damage to the wings. Exhibited at the 
				Central California Historical Military Museum, Dos Palos, CA Aug17.
			1420	(MSN 21094) Accepted by USAF 26Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1421	(MSN 21095) Accepted by USAF 27Jan51. Delivered 30Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1422	(MSN 21096) Accepted by USAF 27Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11018. Registered N5073W; current [Apr19]. Damaged when ground looped 
				landing at Prescott, AZ 21Jul00. The left landing gear was bent when it hit a runway sign at an intersection.
			1423	(MSN 21097) Accepted by USAF 26Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1424	(MSN 21098) Accepted by USAF 27Jan51. Delivered 29Jan51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1425	(MSN 21099) Accepted by USAF Jan51. Damage to right landing gear and tail wheel when ground 
				looped whilst taxying caused by propeller wash from Boeing B-50A 46-28 at Eglin AFB, FL 14Jul51. 
				Last US Army report 15Feb68.
			1426	(MSN 21100) Accepted by USAF 6Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
				XVIII Airborne Corps. Written off; Believed used as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 15Nov68.
			1427	(MSN 21101) Accepted by USAF 6Feb51. Delivered 8Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1428	(MSN 21102) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Wreckage on display at the Victorious Fatherland 
				Liberation War Museum, Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
			1429	(MSN 21103) Accepted by USAF 5Feb51. Delivered 8Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Florence Darlington Technical College, Florence, SC marked as N1429G [noted Apr94]. 
				Registered 21May11 as N505C with MSN 1429; current [Apr19].
				[Note: the link between 50-1429 and '1429' at FDTC, later N505C, is unconfirmed]
			1430	(MSN 21104) Accepted by USAF 15Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1431	(MSN 21105) Accepted by USAF 5Feb51. Delivered 8Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Believed used as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 15Apr70.
			1432	(MSN 21106) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Noted at Hwachou, Korea 1951. This aircraft 
				transported President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower on his inspection trip to Korea December 1952.
			1433	(MSN 21107) Accepted by USAF 5Feb51. Delivered 8Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Written off. Believed used as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 15Feb72.
			1434	(MSN 21108) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11022. Written off 18Jul67.
			1435	(MSN 21109) Accepted by USAF 5Feb51. Delivered 8Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Written off following storm damage at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK 1951.
			1436	(MSN 21110) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1437	(MSN 21111) Accepted by USAF 5Feb51. Delivered 8Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Written off following storm damage at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK 1951.
			1438	(MSN 21112) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1439	(MSN 21113) Accepted by USAF 8Feb51. Delivered 6Mar51 to US Army at Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. 
				XVIII Airborne Corps.
			1440	(MSN 21114) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 22Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1441	(MSN 21115) Accepted by USAF 8Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1441.
			1442	(MSN 21116) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1443	(MSN 21117) Accepted by USAF 8Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Believed used as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 15Dec62.
			1444	(MSN 21118) Accepted by USAF 17Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 5th Light Aviation Section, X Corps, Korea. 
				The aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff from X-83 airstrip, Korea 11Jan52 [2KIA].
			1445	(MSN 21119) Accepted by USAF 8Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 
				15Aug72. Doan Helicopter Services, Daytona Beach, FL.
			1446	(MSN 21120) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 22Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. This aircraft transported President-elect 
				Dwight D. Eisenhower on his inspection trip to Korea December 1952.
			1447	(MSN 21121) Accepted by USAF 15Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1448	(MSN 21122) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1449	(MSN 21123) Accepted by USAF 8Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1450	(MSN 21124) Accepted by USAF 17Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air 
				Force as 50-1450. Accident 26Feb67 South Vietnam.
			1451	(MSN 21125) Accepted by USAF 9Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1452	(MSN 21126) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 22Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1453	(MSN 21127) Accepted by USAF 10Feb51. Delivered 17Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1454	(MSN 21128) Accepted by USAF 17Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1455	(MSN 21129) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company 
				Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, RVN Dec67 to Oct69. 1st Platoon, Gia Nghia, Quang Duc Province. 
				Crashed on takeoff from Gia Nghia, South Vietnam 20Oct69. Last US Army report 15Oct69.
			1456	(MSN 21130) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1457	(MSN 21131) Accepted by USAF 13Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1458	(MSN 21132) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1459	(MSN 21133) Accepted by USAF 15Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1460	(MSN 21134) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 20Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1461	(MSN 21135) Accepted by USAF 15Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of Korea Army as 50-1461.  To Republic of 
				China Army Aviation as 602.
			1462	(MSN 21136) Accepted by USAF 20Feb51. Delivered 22Feb51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1463	(MSN 21137) Accepted by USAF 15Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
			1464	(MSN 21138) Accepted by USAF 20Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1465	(MSN 21139) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1466	(MSN 21140) Accepted by USAF 20Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1467	(MSN 21141) Accepted by USAF 16Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1468	(MSN 21142) Accepted by USAF 20Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1469	(MSN 21143) Accepted by USAF 19Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Returned to Cessna for conversion to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Jul67. 
				Transferred to US Marines Corps Jul67 as 156685. 
			1470	(MSN 21144) Accepted by USAF 21Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Thai Army 
				as 1470. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01.
			1471	(MSN 21145) Accepted by USAF 22Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1472	(MSN 21146) Accepted by USAF 22Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco Port of 
				Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Registered as N6393T; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged 
				12Oct66 in a hard landing at Warren Sugarbush Airport, Warren, VT. Destroyed 25Aug85 at League City, TX. 
				The pilot, while setting up for an aerial banner tow pick up, failed to properly divide his attention 
				between his flight duties and observing another aircraft which was also in the traffic pattern. 
				He allowed the aircraft to stall without sufficient altitude to recover before ground impact occurred.
			1473	(MSN 21147) Accepted by USAF 22Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1474	(MSN 21148) Accepted by USAF 21Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1475	(MSN 21149) Accepted by USAF 21Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Accident fifteen miles WNW of Lawton, OK 6May53.
			1476	(MSN 21150) Accepted by USAF 21Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1477	(MSN 21151) Accepted by USAF 23Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Believed used as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 15Nov69.
			1478	(MSN 21152) Accepted by USAF 13Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1479	(MSN 21153) Accepted by USAF 22Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1480	(MSN 21154) Accepted by USAF 24Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1481	(MSN 21155) Accepted by USAF 23Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Jul64.
			1482	(MSN 21156) Accepted by USAF 24Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1483	(MSN 21157) Accepted by USAF 23Feb51. Delivered 27Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Oct66.
			1484	(MSN 21158) Accepted by USAF 23Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1485	(MSN 21159) Accepted by USAF 12Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1486	(MSN 21160) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1487	(MSN 21161) Accepted by USAF 24Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1488	(MSN 21162) Accepted by USAF 24Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1489	(MSN 21163) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Jan64. Registered N13490. Reregistered N305DF 12Jan06; current [Apr19].
			1490	(MSN 21164) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of Korea 
				Army as 50-1490.  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11046.  To Royal Thai Army as 1490. 
				Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. 
				Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi 
				by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Feb18.
			1491	(MSN 21165) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Jul71.
			1492	(MSN 21166) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1493	(MSN 21167) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
			1494	(MSN 21168) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1495	(MSN 21169) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1496	(MSN 21170) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1497	(MSN 21171) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 28Feb51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Accident at Lawton, OK 22May52.
			1498	(MSN 21172) Accepted by USAF 26Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1499	(MSN 21173) Accepted by USAF 28Feb51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1500	(MSN 21174) Accepted by USAF 28Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1009, later as 11009.  To Royal Thai Army as 1500. Derelict fuselage 
				noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01.
			1501	(MSN 21175) Accepted by USAF 28Feb51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 
				3Jun59 as 50-1501; code 3A-CA. SOC Aug73. Registered OE-CCA to Fliegergruppe Rot-Weiss-Rot Aug73. Crashed 26Nov82.
			1502	(MSN 21176) Accepted by USAF 28Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1503	(MSN 21177) Accepted by USAF 1Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1504	(MSN 21178) Accepted by USAF 28Feb51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1505	(MSN 21179) Accepted by USAF 1Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
			1506	(MSN 21180) Accepted by USAF 1Mar51. Delivered 2Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1507	(MSN 21181) Accepted by USAF 2Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, 
				Lawton, OK. Believed used as ground instructional airframe. Last US Army report 15Dec62.
			1508	(MSN 21182) Accepted by USAF 2Mar51. Delivered 6Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1509	(MSN 21183) Accepted by USAF 2Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1510	(MSN 21184) Accepted by USAF 2Mar51. Delivered 6Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11056.  To Royal Thai Army as 1510. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
				Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Surasri Camp, Kanchanaburi by Apr05. Displayed at entrance to 
				9th Infantry Aviation Division airfield, Surasri by Jan07.
			1511	(MSN 21185) Accepted by USAF 6Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1512	(MSN 21186) Accepted by USAF 3Mar51. Delivered 6Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, 
				Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5168G; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged 27Aug80 at Newburyport, MA, 
				when the banner tow hook wrapped around and jammed the elevator; aircraft tipped over on landing.
			1513	(MSN 21187) Accepted by USAF 3Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. 
				Last US Army report 15Apr67.
			1514	(MSN 21188) Accepted by USAF 3Mar51. Delivered 6Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1515	(MSN 21189) Accepted by USAF 6Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1516	(MSN 21190) Accepted by USAF 3Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1517	(MSN 21191) Accepted by USAF 6Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1518	(MSN 21192) Accepted by USAF 7Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1519	(MSN 21193) Accepted by USAF 7Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. 
				Last US Army report 15Apr67.
			1520	(MSN 21194) Accepted by USAF 6Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1521	(MSN 21195) Accepted by USAF 7Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1522	(MSN 21196) Accepted by USAF 7Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Air 
				Force as 1522. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri; code 7151. Damaged by enemy ground fire 21Apr73.
			1523	(MSN 21197) Accepted by USAF 8Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK.
			1524	(MSN 21198) Accepted by USAF 12Mar51. Delivered 13Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Republic of Korea 
				Air Force as 50-1524.  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11051. Assembled from parts, 
				including the fuselage, wing and tail of MSN 21198 bought from Warbirds West (Compton, CA) 10Sep78 by 
				Hal Loomis and Dennis Buehn. Registered 7Oct78 as N5022K as a Cessna Loomis-Buehn L-19A; current [Apr19].
			1525	(MSN 21199) Accepted by USAF 8Mar51. Delivered 9Mar51 to US Army at Henry Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK. 
				Written off at Cache, OK 29Apr52.
			1526	(MSN 21200) Accepted by USAF 8Mar51. Delivered 13Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1527	(MSN 21201) Accepted by USAF 9Mar51. Delivered 22Mar51 to US Army at Fort Monmouth, NJ. Last US Army 
				report 15Jul71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1974 as N5212G; current [Apr19].
			1528	(MSN 21202) Accepted by USAF 8Mar51. Delivered 13Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1529	(MSN 21203) Accepted by USAF 7Mar51. Delivered 7Mar51 to US Army at Fort Belvoir, VA.
			1530	(MSN 21204) Accepted by USAF 9Mar51. Delivered 13Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11026.
			1531	(MSN 21205) Accepted by USAF 9Mar51. Delivered 16Mar51 to US Army at Aberdeen, MD. Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
				Province, South Vietnam Dec67 to Feb69. Destroyed by a satchel charge during a night attack by the 
				Viet Cong on Dau Tieng, 35 miles NW of Saigon, South Vietnam 22/23Feb69.
			1532	(MSN 21206) Accepted by USAF 24Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
				Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA.
			1533	(MSN 21207) Accepted by USAF 12Mar51. Delivered 14Mar51 to US Army at Fort Knox, KY. Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, 
				Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, South Vietnam Nov67 to Jun70. Turned in to the Transportation 
				Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Jun70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
				Shotgun, Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Jul70. Vinh Long, South Vietnam Oct70 to Oct71. 
				Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Oct71. 74th Reconnaissance 
				Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan72 to Mar72. Turned in to 
				the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army report 15Apr72. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP). Believed to Republic of China Army Aviation.
			1534	(MSN 21208) Accepted by USAF 24Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
				Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Dec71. 
				Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 50-1534.
			1535	(MSN 21209) Accepted by USAF 12Mar51. Delivered 17Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, Columbus, GA.
			1536	(MSN 21210) Accepted by USAF 10Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Dec71. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, 
				Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1972 as N5257G; cancelled. Substantially damaged after engine failure 
				caused a loss of power and collision with trees during final approach to land at Aiken, SC 18Sep77. 
				Registered as N777VN; current [Apr19]. Exhibited at the Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC; last 
				noted Apr10. Registered in Paris, TX by 2012.
			1537	(MSN 21211) Accepted by USAF 9Mar51. Delivered 14Mar51 to US Army at Fort Riley, KS. Last US Army report 15Jul71. 
				Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 10Nov71 as N5222G; cancelled 15Sep77. 
				Crashed 26Jun77 during a search mission at Gunnison, CO, when the aircraft stalled and struck the ground 
				in nearly 90 degrees left bank and 70 degrees descent.
			1538	(MSN 21212) Accepted by USAF 24Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Loaned to United Nations Observation Group in 
				Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. Returned to US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67. 
				TO Royal Thai Air Force as 1538. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, 
				Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, Don Mueang, 
				Bangkok; code 60419.
			1539	(MSN 21213) Accepted by USAF 10Mar51. Delivered 17Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA. US Army 
				Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Serviceable storage. Last US Army report 15Nov67. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  tO Royal Lao Air Force as 50-1539. Used by Raven FAC under direction 
				of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crash landed on Route 7, 
				east of Xieng Khouang, Laos 11Jan70 [1WIA]. To Royal Thai Air Force 1971 as T2-18/14, 1539. 71 Squadron, 
				Wing 7, Sattahip, Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, 
				Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60413. Tango Squadron, 
				Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Don Mueang, Bangkok by Oct95. 
				Tango Squadron, Takhli by 2002. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park by Apr07.
			1540	(MSN 21214) Accepted by USAF 24Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
				Last US Army report 15Aug72 at Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Transferred to USAF. Military Assistance 
				Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1540. Sold as scrap by US Army to Thanat Worraratkrittikorn 10Jul09. 
				Global Overhaul (Thailand) Ltd 4Jan10. Global Overhaul Inc (Lafayette, La.) 22Feb10. 
				Registered 30Apr10 as N413HG; revoked 13Sep10, cancelled 1Dec10. Fuselage at Nakhon Pathom Jul12, gone by Mar13.
			1541	(MSN 21215) Accepted by USAF 13Mar51. Delivered 17Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
				Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam. Destroyed during a mortar attack, South Vietnam 
				19Jan71. Last US Army report 15Apr71.
			1542	(MSN 21216) Accepted by USAF 26Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe.
			From here on, MSNs did not run in sequence; the ‘missing’ MSNs can be found in the contract batch 51-45xx
			1543	(MSN 21218) Accepted by USAF 13Mar51. Delivered 17Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA. Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Aviation Company, Fort Lewis, WA Mar67. Ferried to Fort Lewis, WA. 
				Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA 20May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort 
				carrier USNS Point Cruz (T-AKV-19) on 1Jun67; the Point Cruz arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam on 20Jun67. 
				Assembled for delivery to Tay Ninh Jul67. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Black Aces, 
				Tay Ninh West, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Jul67. Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam 
				Jan68 to Mar68. Accident 7Mar68, South Vietnam. Turned in to the 335th Transportation Company (DS), 
				58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai for salvage Jun68. Last US Army report 15Feb68.
			1544	(MSN 21219) Accepted by USAF 26Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, 
				Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Thai Army as 1544. Jesada Technik Museum, 
				Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom by Nov10; extant Apr18.
			1545	(MSN 21220) Accepted by USAF 14Mar51. Delivered 17Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA.
			1546	(MSN 21222) Accepted by USAF 26Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 
				15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, 
				arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo. To Royal Norwegian 
				Air Force / Luftforsvaret 25Jun68 as 50-1546; code CE-L. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 
				2Oct68. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Damaged on landing 
				and tipped on nose at Haslemoen 12Mar70. The pilot was to carry out landing exercises on a field 
				strip about 2km from Haslemoen. After takeoff, he stayed low down so that he chose to land from 
				a straight approach. The approach and flare were normal and the pilot put the plane down in a 
				three-point position. When the speed slowed, the tail lifted despite the stick being brought all the 
				way back. The pilot knocked off the magnetos to stop the engine, but the propeller was still 
				spinning as the plane tipped over onto the nose. Crashed after fuel exhaustion whilst attempting 
				an emergency landing in a mountain pass near Hjerkinn at Breiskaret on the south side of Vålåsjøhø, 
				Norway 15Mar71 [2KIS]. Wreckage to Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo 1Sep71. SOC 30Dec71.
			1547	(MSN 21223) Accepted by USAF 15Mar51. Delivered 16Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA. US Army Europe 
				(USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67.
			1548	(MSN 21224) Accepted by USAF 26Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Apr67. Military Assistance 
				Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force as 50-1548.
			1549	(MSN 21226) Accepted by USAF 15Mar51. Delivered 16Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA.US Army Europe 
				(USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
				Black Aces, Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Nov71. Turned in to the 335th Transportation 
				Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Chu Lai when the unit was deactivated Nov71. Last US Army 
				report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 23Nov71 as 50-1549.
			1550	(MSN 21227) Accepted by USAF 26Mar51. Delivered 26Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1551	(MSN 21228) Accepted by USAF 16Mar51. Delivered 20Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA.
			1552	(MSN 21230) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 27Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1553	(MSN 21231) Accepted by USAF 16Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA. US Army Europe 
				(USAREUR). Last US Army report 15May71. Registered 1982 as N70542; sale reported 30Dec02. Registered 25Mar03 
				to American Warplane Heritage, McMinnville, TN. Registered to private owner 11Sep06; current [Apr19].
			1554	(MSN 21232) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 27Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco Port of 
				Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Japan Ground Self-Defense 
				Force (Army) as 11080.  To Royal Thai Army as 1554. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, 
				Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, 
				Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Jan13.
			1555	(MSN 21234) Accepted by USAF 16Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA.
			1556	(MSN 21235) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 27Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1557	(MSN 21236) Accepted by USAF 17Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Benning, GA. US Army Europe 
				(USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Jun71. 
			1558	(MSN 21238) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 29Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11023.
			1559	(MSN 21239) Accepted by USAF 21Mar51. Delivered 23Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe. 
			1560	(MSN 21240) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 27Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1561	(MSN 21242) Accepted by USAF 21Mar51. Delivered 23Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Republic of Korea Army.  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11052. Registered as N5074U; cancelled 3May18.
			1562	(MSN 21243) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 29Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11053. To Royal Thai Army as 1562. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
				Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development 
				of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; gone by Feb18.
			1563	(MSN 21244) Accepted by USAF 22Mar51. Delivered 23Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA, 
				for shipment to Europe.
			1564	(MSN 21246) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 29Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1565	(MSN 21247) Accepted by USAF 22Mar51. Delivered 23Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11027. 
				To Royal Thai Army as 1565. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01; extant Jan13.
			1566	(MSN 21248) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 29Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1567	(MSN 21250) Accepted by USAF 22Mar51. Delivered 31Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan.  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11057. Sold by US DoD Nov85; 
				located Sagami, Japan. Registered 1987 as N5563; current [Apr19]. Damaged 11Oct92 on landing at 
				Brookshire, TX; lost control and ground looped landing in gusty crosswind. Last second go around attempt 
				resulted in flipping over and came to rest inverted.
			1568	(MSN 21251) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 30Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1569	(MSN 21252) Accepted by USAF 23Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11054. Registered 1982 as N5074A; current [Apr19].
			1570	(MSN 21254) Accepted by USAF 27Mar51. Delivered 30Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as H-1004, later as 11004.
			1571	(MSN 21255) Accepted by USAF 23Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1572	(MSN 21256) Accepted by USAF 28Mar51. Delivered 30Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1573	(MSN 21258) Accepted by USAF 24Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1574	(MSN 21259) Accepted by USAF 28Mar51. Delivered 1Apr51 to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11024.  To Royal Thai Army as 1574. Derelict fuselage 
				noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation 
				and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Jan13.
			1575	(MSN 21260) Accepted by USAF 26Mar51. Delivered 28Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1576	(MSN 21262) Accepted by USAF 28Mar51. Delivered 30Mar51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1577	(MSN 21263) Accepted by USAF 28Mar51. Delivered 11Apr51 to US Army at Oakland, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1578	(MSN 21264) Accepted by USAF 20Mar51. Delivered 1Apr51 to US Army.
			1579	(MSN 21266) Accepted by USAF 29Mar51. Delivered 31Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11043.
			1580	(MSN 21267) Accepted by USAF 30Mar51. Delivered 1Apr51 to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Royal Thai Army as 1580. Noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan13.
			1581	(MSN 21268) Accepted by USAF 29Mar51. Delivered 31Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11032. 
				Accident 7Oct70.
			1582	(MSN 21270) Accepted by USAF 29Mar51. Delivered 1Apr51 to US Army. 
			1583	(MSN 21271) Accepted by USAF 31Mar51. Delivered 31Mar51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11012. 
				Returned to US Government. General Services Administration, Stockton, CA. United States Department of 
				Agriculture, Colorado State Forest Service, Fort Collins, CO 1Feb74.
			1584	(MSN 21272) Accepted by USAF 31Mar51. Delivered 9Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Transferred to US Marines Corps. VMO-6, First Marine 
				Aircraft Wing, South Korea May51. Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during artillery spotting missions 
				over the target area, Korea 30Jul51, 1Aug51 and 30Aug51. Returned to US Army Nov51.
			1585	(MSN 21274) Accepted by USAF 31Mar51. Delivered 17Apr51 to US Army. 
			1586	(MSN 21275) Accepted by USAF 1Apr51. Delivered 9Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1587	(MSN 21276) Accepted by USAF 4Apr51. Delivered Apr51 to US Army. Transferred to US Marine Corps. VMO-6, 
				First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Aug51. Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during a reconnaissance 
				mission over the target area, Korea 14Sep51, 23Sep51 and 26Sep51. Returned to US Army Nov51.
			1588	(MSN 21278) Accepted by USAF 1Apr51. Delivered 9Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Transferred to US Marine Corps. VMO-6, First Marine 
				Aircraft Wing, South Korea May51. Damaged by enemy small arms fire over the target area, Korea 13Jun51. 
				Damaged by enemy small arms fire over the target area, Korea 8Jul51 and again 9Jul51. 
				Damaged by enemy.30 and.50 caliber machine gun fire over the target areas, Korea 13Jul51. Crashed 
				while landing at Inje airstrip, Korea 24Jul51 [2 crew not injured]. 
			1589	(MSN 21279) Accepted by USAF 6Apr51. Delivered 11Apr51 to US Army at Oakland, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1590	(MSN 21280) Accepted by USAF 4Apr51. Delivered 9Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 71st Ordnance Depot Company, Taegu, South Korea. 
				Loaned to US Marines Corps. VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Jun51. Damaged by enemy 
				small arms fire over the target area, Korea 17Jul51 and again 23Jul51. Damaged by enemy machine gun 
				fire during a reconnaissance mission over the target area, Korea 28Sep51. Returned to US Army Nov51. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11028.  To Royal Thai Army 
				as 1590. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, 
				Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. 
				Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Jan14.
			1591	(MSN 21282) Accepted by USAF 3Apr51. Delivered 11Apr51 to US Army at Oakland, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1592	(MSN 21283) Accepted by USAF 4Apr51. Delivered 13Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Eight Army. 71st Ordnance Depot Company, Taegu, South Korea. 
				Loaned to US Marine Corps. VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, Tonggo-ri (A-9), South Korea Oct52. 
				Hit by enemy ground fire during a reconnaissance flight and crashed behind enemy lines, Korea 4Oct52 [2MIA].
			1593	(MSN 21284) Accepted by USAF 5Apr51. Delivered 11Apr51 to US Army at Oakland, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1594	(MSN 21286) Accepted by USAF 6Apr51. Delivered 13Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Last US Army report 15Jun66.
			1595	(MSN 21287) Accepted by USAF 6Apr51. Delivered 21Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1596	(MSN 21288) Accepted by USAF 6Apr51. Delivered 13Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Transferred to US Marine Corps. VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Aug51. 
				Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during an airstrike mission over the target area, Korea 10Sep51. 
				Later the same day, while being flown by a different crew, the aircraft was damaged by enemy machine 
				gun fire during an artillery spotting mission over the target area. Damaged by enemy machine gun fire 
				during a reconnaissance mission over the target area, Korea 27Sep51 and again 28Sep51. 
				Returned to US Army Nov51.
			1597	(MSN 21290) Accepted by USAF 7Apr51. Delivered 21Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11096. Registered as N305AB 15Nov96; current [Apr19].
			1598	(MSN 21291) Accepted by USAF 7Apr51. Delivered 13Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Transferred to US Marine Corps. VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Aug51. 
				Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during a reconnaissance mission over the target area, Korea 4Sep51 and 28Sep51. 
				Returned to US Army Oct51.
			1599	(MSN 21292) Accepted by USAF 7Apr51. Delivered 13Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan. Transferred to US Marine Corps. VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Aug51. 
				Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during a reconnaissance mission over the target area, Korea 3Sep51. 
				A bullet passed through the engine mount entering the front cockpit and wounding the pilot in a leg. 
				He managed to land safely at a forward airstrip close to a Medical Company and received prompt treatment 
				for his wound. Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during a reconnaissance mission over the target area, 
				Korea 28Sep51. A bullet entered the rear cockpit, wounding the observer in a leg. Returned to US Army Nov51.
			1600	(MSN 21294) Accepted by USAF 10Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA 
				for shipment to Japan.
			1601	 MSN 21295) Accepted by USAF 10Apr51. Delivered 14Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11091.  To Royal Thai Army 
				as 1601. Preserved at Lopburi Army Aviation Center by Nov95.
			1602	(MSN 21296) Accepted by USAF 10Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11086. Returned to US 
				Government. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered 1982 as N5075N; current with 
				private owner [Apr19].
			1603	(MSN 21298) Accepted by USAF 11Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11038.  To Royal Thai Army 
				as 1603. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, 
				Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. 
				Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Jan10.
			1604	(MSN 21299) Accepted by USAF 11Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11047. Returned to US Government. 
				Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5075A; current [Apr19]. Damaged when ground 
				looped landing at Monticello, IA 15Sep84. The pilot looked down to find the flap handle on the rollout 
				and lost control. 
			1605	(MSN 21300) Accepted by USAF 12Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11039. Accident 17May65.
			1606	(MSN 21302) Accepted by USAF 13Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
			1607	(MSN 21303) Accepted by USAF 13Apr51. Delivered 16Apr51 to US Army at New Orleans Port of Embarkation, LA. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11048.  To Royal Thai Army 
				as 1607. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95. Jesada Technik Museum, 
				Nakhon Chaisri, Nakhon Pathom by Nov10; extant Apr18.
			1608	(MSN 21305) Accepted by USAF 14Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1609	(MSN 21306) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered 21Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1610	(MSN 21308) Accepted by USAF 14Apr51. Delivered 21Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Eighth Army. Loaned to USAF. Headquarters, 
				Fifth Air Force. Left wing severely damaged, propeller, canopy and tail surfaces also damaged, 
				when struck cables strung across Han River, six miles west of Seoul AB, Korea (K-16) 26Jan52.
			1611	(MSN 21309) Accepted by USAF 14Apr51. Delivered 21Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11040. Accident 4Aug56.
			1612	(MSN 21310) Accepted by USAF 17Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Transferred to US Marines Corps. 
				VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Jun51. Damaged by enemy small arms fire over the target 
				area, Korea 15Jun51 [1WIA]. Damaged by enemy small arms fire during a photographic mission over the 
				target area, Korea 17Jun51. Damaged by enemy machine gun fire during an artillery spotting mission 
				over the target area, Korea 25Jul51. Returned to US Army Nov51.
			1613	(MSN 21312) Accepted by USAF 17Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1614	(MSN 21313) Accepted by USAF 17Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1615	(MSN 21315) Accepted by USAF 17Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1616	(MSN 21316) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1616.
			1617	(MSN 21318) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1618	(MSN 21319) Accepted by USAF 19Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1618.
			1619	(MSN 21336) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR).
			1620	(MSN 21322) Accepted by USAF 19Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11036.  To Royal Thai Army as 1620. Damaged 28Jun95. Derelict fuselage 
				noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation 
				and Development of Thai Aircraft, Don Mueang, Bangkok Aug02.
			1621	(MSN 21339) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1622	(MSN 21325) Accepted by USAF 20Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army.
			1623	(MSN 21342) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam 
				Air Force 16Jul71 as 50-1623.
			1624	(MSN 21328) Accepted by USAF 20Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1625	(MSN 21345) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified 
				to O-1G. 184th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK; ferried to Fort Sill Apr66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
				Lathrop, CA Jun66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam Jun66. Assembled and 
				ferried to Phu Loi Aug66. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
				Province, South Vietnam Sep66. Crashed on takeoff when the rotor wash from a landing CH-47 Chinook 
				caused too much turbulence and the aircraft crashed inverted on the runway at Tay Ninh West, South Vietnam 
				28Sep66 [1KIA]. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
			1626	(MSN 21330) Accepted by USAF 20Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1627	(MSN 21332) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
				Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled from 
				Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets Forsyningskommando (LFK), 
				Kjeller, Oslo.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 11Jun68 as 50-1627; code CE-R. 
				Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 12Sep68. Operated by the Norwegian Army Field 
				Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Flown Bardufoss to Torp 12Jan77, dismantled and transported by 
				road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A designation. Transported back 
				to Torp 1May77, assembled, weighed and test flown; returned to Bardufoss. Crashed on a mountain slope 
				at Karivann, 15km north-east of Evenes, Norway 16Mar83. The pilot was summoned to practice 'Cold Winter 83' 
				and served as chief of the Flight Control Department No. 2. During the execution of an AIRFAC mission 
				at low altitude to lead two Dutch Northrop F-5 fighter jets towards ground targets north of Blåfjellvann, 
				the aircraft completely collapsed on a slope at Karivann about 15km north-northeast of Evenes. 
				The reason was probably downdraughts that caused a loss of lift.
			1628	(MSN 21333) Accepted by USAF 21Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1629	(MSN 21335) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered Apr51 to US Army.
			1630	(MSN 21320) Accepted by USAF 19Apr51. Delivered 25Apr51 to US Army.
			1631	(MSN 21338) Accepted by USAF 24Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Winfield Scott, Presidio of 
				San Francisco, CA. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Pakistan Army Aviation as 50-1631. 
				No.2 Army Aviation Squadron, Dhamial, Rawalpindi. Crashed during training exercise Milestone in Pindi 
				Bhattian area, Punjab 10Dec61 [1KIS]. After a low pass at 15ft and a turn downwind, the left wing struck 
				the ground, which caused the aircraft to crash and catch fire; the pilot perished but the passenger was rescued.
			1632	(MSN 21323) Accepted by USAF 18Apr51. Delivered 27Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1632.
			1633	(MSN 21340) Accepted by USAF 24Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Winfield Scott, Presidio of 
				San Francisco, CA.
			1634	(MSN 21326) Accepted by USAF 20Apr51. Delivered 27Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Japan Ground 
				Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11049.  To Royal Thai Army as 1634. Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft 
				Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development 
				of Thai Aircraft, Amphur Khaeng Koi by Feb03. Tango Squadron, Saraburi Aero Park c2004; extant Feb18.
			1635	(MSN 21343) Accepted by USAF 24Apr51. Delivered 24Apr51 to US Army at Fort Winfield Scott, Presidio of 
				San Francisco, CA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 50-1635. Displayed at 
				Qasim Aviation Base, Rawalpindi, Punjab.
			1636	(MSN 21329) Accepted by USAF 20Apr51. Delivered 27Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1637	(MSN 21346) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Pakistan Army Aviation as 50-1637. Displayed at CAA Building, Qasim Aviation Base, Rawalpindi, Punjab.
			1638	(MSN 21355) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified 
				to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To South Vietnam Air Force 24Jun71 
				as 50-1638. Combat loss South Vietnam 6Apr72.
			1639	(MSN 21356) Accepted by USAF 26Apr51. Delivered 27Apr51 to US Army at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan.
			1640	(MSN 21358) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Jun66. Transferred to USAF 13Jul66. 21st Tactical Air 
				Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Aug66; 
				attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical 
				Air Support Group, Provisional, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Sep66. 
				504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. The FAC was flying a visual reconnaissance 
				mission supporting the 1st Air Cavalry Division when the aircraft was hit by enemy ground fire 
				and crashed about five miles NE from An Khe, South Vietnam 5Jun67 [1KIA].
			1641	(MSN 21359) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11013.
			1642	(MSN 21360) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1643	(MSN 21362) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1644	(MSN 21363) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Last US Army report 15May64.
			1645	(MSN 21365) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1646	(MSN 21366) Accepted by USAF Apr51. Delivered 9May51 to US Army at Fort Hood, TX. Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
				Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Nov67 to Dec71. Substantially damaged during a crosswind 
				landing at Phu Bai 25Feb71. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation 
				Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Mar72. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Navy as 304, later as 1304. WFU and stored at 
				RTN U-Tapao, Rayong. Displayed near civil terminal by Dec03. Moved to shelters by Jan13. 
				Moved to U-Tapao camping beach area by Nov15. Moved to new Naval Aviation Museum site by Jul16.
			1647	(MSN 21368) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1648	(MSN 21369) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1649	(MSN 21370) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11044. Registered 1980 as N5075U; current [Apr19].
			1650	(MSN 21372) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1651	(MSN 21373) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1652	(MSN 21375) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. 184th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Non-Stop, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, 
				South Vietnam Jun67 to Sep70. Turned in to the 605th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
				Battalion, Phu Loi when the unit was deactivated Sep70. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
				Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep70 to Mar72. Turned in to the Transportation 
				Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Mar72. Last US Army report 15Mar72.
			1653	(MSN 21376) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1654	(MSN 21378) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1655	(MSN 21379) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11061. Registered 1982 as N50731, cancelled 14Oct14. 
				Stored at JW Duff Aircraft Company, Greeley, Denver, CO, Dec84. Last noted Nov10. Registration N50731 
				restored 20Nov14; current [Apr19].
			1656	(MSN 21380) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug70.
			1657	(MSN 21382) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1658	(MSN 21383) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1659	(MSN 21384) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11033.  To Royal Thai Army as 1659. Derelict fuselage noted 
				at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95; extant Jan13.
			1660	(MSN 21385) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Believed used as ground instructional 
				airframe. Last US Army report 15May72.
			1661	(MSN 21387) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1662	(MSN 21388) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1663	(MSN 21389) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1664	(MSN 21390) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, 
				Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam May70 to Dec71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
				when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 50-1664. Accident South Vietnam 2Sep73.
			1665	(MSN 21392) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1666	(MSN 21393) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Last US Army report 15May66.
			1667	(MSN 21394) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1668	(MSN 21395) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1669	(MSN 21397) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1670	(MSN 21398) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue 
				Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to May68. Crashed in forced landing following loss of engine oil, 
				South Vietnam 7May68.
			1671	(MSN 21399) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Republic of Korea Air Force as 50-1671.  To Republic of Korea Marine Corps.
			1672	(MSN 21400) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1673	(MSN 21402) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1674	(MSN 21403) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. 
				Last US Army report 15Feb69 awaiting or undergoing maintenance. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Royal Lao Air Force 1969 as 50-1674. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
				Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Damaged Mar71 by 37mm AAA ground fire near Attopeu; 
				flown back to Pakse. To Royal Thai Air Force 1971 as T2-19/14, 1674. 71 Squadron, Wing 7, Sattahip, 
				Chon Buri. 711 Squadron, Wing 71, Sattahip, Chon Buri 1977. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan; 
				code 53152. Tango Squadron, Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, 
				Chiang Mai by 1991. Marked as HS-XTZ but not registered.
			1675	(MSN 21404) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
				Edwards, CA. Used as tow aircraft for the Paraglider Research Vehicle (Paresev) program at 
				least Jun-Sep62. Returned to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 219th Reconnaissance 
				Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Dec68 to Dec71. 
				Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated Dec71. Last US Army report 15Nov71. 
				Military Assistance Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force 18Dec71 as 50-1675.
			1676	(MSN 21405) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1677	(MSN 21407) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1678	(MSN 21408) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. 199th Aviation Company, Fort Hood, TX. Ferried to Fort Hood Mar67. 
				Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May67. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South 
				Vietnam Jul67. 765th Transportation Battalion, Vung Tau; assembled for delivery to Vinh Long Aug67. 
				199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, Vinh Long Province, 
				South Vietnam Aug67 to Jan68. Damaged during the Viet Cong TET offensive by direct hit from a 
				mortar round at Vinh Long, South Vietnam 31Jan/1Feb68. Turned in to the 611th Transportation 
				Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long for salvage. 220th Reconnaissance 
				Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jun68 to Jul68. 
				Last US Army report 15Jul68.
			1679	(MSN 21409) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Possibly Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				Republic of Korea Air Force as 50-1679.
			1680	(MSN 21410) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Registered as N5472V; cancelled. 
				Registered as N305ED; not taken up. Registered 5Jun91 as N5472V; current [Apr19]. Displayed at 
				North Carolina Aviation Museum, Asheboro, NC.
			1681	(MSN 21412) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1682	(MSN 21413) Accepted by USAF May51. Delivered 28May51 to US Army at Miller Field, NY. Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 5Aug66. 
				4410th Combat Crew Training Group, Hurlburt AFB, FL. 75th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Bergstrom AFB, 
				Austin, TX 2Aug67. 602nd Tactical Control Group, Bergstrom AFB, Austin, TX 17Jan68. 
				4410th Combat Crew Training Group, Hurlburt AFB, FL 14Jul68. 1st Special Operations Wing, Hurlburt AFB, 
				FL 14Jul69. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 7Jan70 for shipping. 
				SOC 5Mar70 at Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA. Military Assistance 
				Program [MAP] 5Mar70.  To South Vietnam Air Force as 50-1682. Escaped from Saigon, South Vietnam 
				to U-Tapao, Rayong, Thailand Apr75.  To Royal Thai Navy 1975 as 301, later as 1301. WFU and stored 
				at RTN U-Tapao, Rayong by May06. Marine Corps Museum, Sattahip by Mar10.
			1683	(MSN 21414) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1684	(MSN 21415) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1685	(MSN 21417) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1686	(MSN 21418) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Aug70.
			1687	(MSN 21419) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1688	(MSN 21420) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1689	(MSN 21422) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1690	(MSN 21423) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Royal Thai Army as 1690. 
			1691	(MSN 21424) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1692	(MSN 21425) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1693	(MSN 21427) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11045. Sold by US DoD Nov85; located Sagami, Japan. 
				Registered as N427PA; cancelled. Registered 6May02 as N715DT; current [Apr19].
			1694	(MSN 21428) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1695	(MSN 21429) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1696	(MSN 21430) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1697	(MSN 21432) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1698	(MSN 21433) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR) Mar59 to Apr69. 
				Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. Last US Army report 15May69.
				Conflict:
				Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
				Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Apr68. Turned in to 
				the Transportation Company (DS) Apr68.
			1699	(MSN 21434) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1700	(MSN 21435) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. 
			1701	(MSN 21437) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1702	(MSN 21438) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA.
			1703	(MSN 21439) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1704	(MSN 21440) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Last US Army report 15May63. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 50-1704. 
				Crashed on a training sortie at Bhagtanwala, Sargodha, Punjab 6Dec65.
			1705	(MSN 21441) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1706	(MSN 21442) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11065.  To Royal Thai Army as 1706. Derelict fuselage 
				noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95; extant Jan13.
			1707	(MSN 21443) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Last US Army report 15Dec64. Noted as a wreck in West Germany Jan67.
			1708	(MSN 21444) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11097. Accident 7Dec63. 
			1709	(MSN 21445) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Last US Army report 15Aug67 at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Royal Thai Army as 1709. Recovered by Colin Pay & associates. Exported to Australia. 
				Registered 10Apr91 as VH-LPH; current [Apr19].
			1710	(MSN 21446) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1711	(MSN 21447) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951 at Fort Mason, San Francisco 
				Port of Embarkation, CA, for shipment to Japan. 159th Field Artillery Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, Korea.
			1712	(MSN 21448) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army May51. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Atlanta Army Depot, 
				Forest Park, GA. Last US Army report 15Mar68. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Shipped dismantled 
				from Port Elizabeth, NJ to Oslo, Norway, arriving 31May68. Assembled by Luftforsvarets 
				Forsyningskommando (LFK), Kjeller, Oslo.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force / Luftforsvaret 25Jun68 as 50-1712; 
				code CE-S. Ferried from Kjeller to Gardermoen for storage 5Aug68. Operated by the Norwegian Army 
				Field Artillery / Feltartilleriets Fly-OP. Modified for towing. Flown Gardermoen to Torp 13May76, 
				dismantled and transported by road to Horten. Modified as O-1G by Horten Vaerth A/S; retained O-1A 
				designation. Transported back to Torp 15Nov76, assembled, weighed and test flown. Stored at Værnes 1990. 
				SOC 20Sep91. Transferred from Værnes to Gardermoen 29Jan92. To Royal Norwegian Air Force Museum / Forsvarets 
				Flysamling Gardermoen. Flown to Norwegian Aviation Museum / Norsk Luftfartsmuseum, Bodø 1994. 
				Exhibited at Norsk Luftfartsmuseum.
			1713	(MSN 21449) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1714	(MSN 21450) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1715	(MSN 21451) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1716	(MSN 21452) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11019.  To Royal Thai Army as 1716. Derelict fuselage noted 
				at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Nov95; extant Jan13.
			1717	(MSN 21453) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1718	(MSN 21454) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1719	(MSN 21455) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 31Oct66. 21st Tactical Air 
				Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov66; 
				attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang 8Dec66. 
				Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. Accident 27Dec69, South Vietnam.
			1720	(MSN 21457) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1721	(MSN 21458) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Last US Army report 15Dec62.
			1722	(MSN 21459) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1723	(MSN 21460) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1724	(MSN 21462) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11058. Registered as N67243; current [Apr19].
			1725	(MSN 21463) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1726	(MSN 21464) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1727	(MSN 21465) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 
				183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
				Jun70 to Oct71. Destroyed 28Oct71 by hard landing at Van Ninh, South Vietnam. Turned in to the 
				Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Jan72.
			1728	(MSN 21467) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Transferred to US Marines Corps. 
				VMO-6, First Marine Aircraft Wing, South Korea Aug51. Damaged by enemy small arms and machine gun 
				fire during an artillery spotting mission over the target area, Korea 2Sep51. Crashed after engine 
				failure and destroyed by fire taking off from Sinchon, South Korea 19Sep51 [1KIA:1WIA].
			1729	(MSN 21468) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
			1730	(MSN 21469) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11062.
			1731	(MSN 21470) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue 
				Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Dec71. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 
				58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang when the unit was deactivated Dec71. 
				Last US Army report 15Apr72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Believed to Republic of China Army Aviation 1972.
			1732	(MSN 21472) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1733	(MSN 21473) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1734	(MSN 21474) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1735	(MSN 21475) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Flew under the 
				Forth Rail Bridge, Edinburgh, Scotland 22Apr54 en route from Kirknewton, Midlothian, Scotland to West Germany. 
				Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To South Vietnam Air Force 14Aug71 as 50-1735.
			1736	(MSN 21477) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11098.
			1737	(MSN 21478) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
				modified to O-1G. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF 21Oct66. 20th Tactical Air Support 
				Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct66; attached to 6253rd Tactical 
				Air Support Group, Provisional. Accident 7Nov66, South Vietnam. SOC 20Nov66.
			1738	(MSN 21479) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Last US Army report 15Nov67. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Thai Army as 1738. 
				Derelict fuselage noted at Aircraft Maintenance Battalion, Lopburi Jan01.
			1739	(MSN 21480) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951.
			1740	(MSN 21482) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group 
				in Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. Returned to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Last US Army report 15Sep70.
			1741	(MSN 21483) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
				Last US Army report 15Aug71. Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL. Sold by US DoD as scrap 22Dec71. 
				Registered 24Feb74 as N75025; cancelled. Substantially damaged 5Mar76 when gear collapsed during 
				hard landing at Fort Pierce, FL. Registered 10May80 as N73ED; cancelled as destroyed 4Aug84. 
				Destroyed 4Aug84 at Oceanport, NJ. On climb out from second attempt to pick up a banner the engine 
				reportedly failed. Aircraft stalled and impacted the ground. On engaging tow, pilot had executed full 
				power pull-up to about 150 ft agl when power loss occurred. Pilot performed a forced landing on 
				sandy terrain. Fire broke out on landing roll. Pilot evacuated aircraft successfully but aircraft 
				was destroyed by ground fire. Investigation revealed a broken fitting at the fuel pump discharge 
				port caused fuel starvation. Fire ignition occurred from fuel spillage onto hot manifold on landing 
				touchdown. Rebuilt using an undocumented airframe obtained in Arizona. Registered 3Feb87 as N73ED. 
				Reregistered as N305CR 24Feb06; current [Apr19]. Substantially damaged 17Oct13 when came to rest 
				inverted after brake application on landing at Slatington Airport, PA. During the landing flare 
				the airplane began drifting to the right. The pilot stated that he applied left rudder to 
				compensate for the drift. Upon touchdown, the pilot applied the brakes and the airplane flipped 
				upside down with the tail lifting up first. The airplane suffered substantial damage to the 
				fuselage and vertical stabilizer. The airfield wind sock had not been properly maintained and was not accurate.
				Note: the registration marks N73ED have been reported faintly visible (in store Apr08) on the Bird Dog 
				which arrived at the USS Midway Museum, San Diego 24Oct06, and which was later repainted to represent
				SVNAF 14981 ‘FDD’ (the aircraft which landed on USS Midway), and put on display. It is believed that 
				this airframe is the remains of the original 50-1741 restored for static display after its 1984 accident. 
				The radio call sign 112206 is on the instrument panel.
			1742	(MSN 21484) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Loaned to United Nations Observation Group 
				in Lebanon (UNOGIL) Jun58 to Dec58. Returned to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
				Wichita, KS; modified to O-1G. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, 
				Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Nov69. Shot at by enemy ground fire near the DMZ, 
				South Vietnam 6Jun69 [1KIA]. The aircraft had been struck by a 12.7mm round through the lower 
				fuselage that entered the upper leg and forearm, blowing off the hand several inches above the 
				wrist of the US Marine Corps observer. With only a few days left of his tour in Vietnam, he bled 
				to death before the pilot could land for medical assistance. With blood seeping into the airframe, 
				despite several attempts to steam clean, nobody would fly the aircraft because of the smell. 
				After several days, one pilot took on the aircraft for his personal mount and had ‘Captain Jack’ painted 
				on the door and ‘Jack’s Revenge’ on the nose. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 
				58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang Nov69. 21st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
				Black Aces, Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Dec69 to May71. Crashed attempting a 
				forced landing at Mang Buk Special Forces Camp, South Vietnam 20May71. Last US Army report 15May71.
			1743	(MSN 21485) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Transferred to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. 
				Registered 1973 as N5262G; current [Apr19]. Damaged by hard landing in a crosswind at Hartford, CT 12Dec78. 
				Destroyed 29Nov80 at Denison, IA, when the engine quit on takeoff. Aircraft stalled and crashed; found fuel 
				selector between ‘auxiliary’ and ‘off’.
			1744	(MSN 21487) Accepted by USAF 1951. Delivered to US Army 1951. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
				To Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army) as 11087. Registered 1982 as N5075K; cancelled 27Mar18. 
				Substantially damaged 8Jun10 at Toms River, NJ, when, after touchdown, a gust of wind pushed the tail 
				wheel-equipped airplane towards the left side of the runway. In an attempt to correct the drift, 
				the pilot applied right rudder and right brake. The check pilot, seated in the rear, added power 
				which resulted in a ground loop. The airplane continued its turn, about 150 feet from the runway surface, 
				until the left main landing gear dug into the ground and sheared off. 
50-1745/1812	Piper L-18C-PI Super Cub
			MSN 18-401/468. PA.18 Super Cub 95 built for MDAP contracts for Turkey and Greece.
			1745-1794 delivered to Turkish Army Sept/Oct 1950
				1745		18-401		To Turkish Army as 50-1745	Code 113	TOC 16Mar51
				1746		18-402		To Turkish Army as 50-1746	Code 114	TOC 16Mar51
				1747		18-403		To Turkish Army as 50-1747	Code 115	TOC 16Mar51
				1748		18-404		To Turkish Army as 50-1748	Code 116	TOC 16Mar51
				1749		18-405		To Turkish Army as 50-1749	Code 117	TOC 16Mar51
				1750		18-406		To Turkish Army as 50-1750	Code 118	TOC 16Mar51
				1751 (MSN 18-407, frame number 18-384) to Turkish Army Tep 21, 1950, to Turkish AF as TC-EAP Dec, 13, 1973
				1752		18-408		To Turkish Army as 50-1752	Code 120	TOC 16Mar51
				1753		18-409		To Turkish Army as 50-1753	Code 121	TOC 16Mar51
				1754		18-410		To Turkish Army as 50-1754	Code 122	TOC 16Mar51
				1755		18-411		To Turkish Army as 50-1755	Code 123	TOC 16Mar51
				1756		18-412		To Turkish Army as 50-1756	Code 124	TOC 16Mar51
				1757 (MSN 18-413, frame number 18-395) to Turkish Army Sep 27, 1950.  To Turkish AF as TC-EAS Dec 14, 1973.
					then TC-SAT in 1991 registered with frame number 18-395
				1758		18-414		To Turkish Army as 50-1758	Code 126	TOC 16Mar51
				1759 (MSN 18-415, frame number 18-413) to Turkish Army Sep 27, 1950, to Turkish AF as TC-EAT Dec 14, 1973
				1760 (MSN 18-416, frame number 18-408) to Turkish Army Sep 27, 1950, to Turkish AF as TC-EAU Dec 13, 1973
				1761		18-417		To Turkish Army as 50-1761	Code 129	TOC 16Mar51
				1762		18-418		To Turkish Army as 50-1762	Code 130	TOC 16Mar51
				1763 (MSN 18-419) components used to build D-EGLG, along with components from 50-1812.
				1764		18-420		To Turkish Army as 50-1764	Code 132	TOC 16Mar51
				1765		18-421		To Turkish Army as 50-1765	Code 133	TOC 16Mar51
				1766		18-422		To Turkish Army as 50-1766	Code 134	TOC 16Mar51
				1767		18-423		To Turkish Army as 50-1767	Code 135	TOC 16Mar51
				1768		18-424		To Turkish Army as 50-1768	Code 136	TOC 16Mar51
				1769		18-425		To Turkish Army as 50-1769	Code 137	TOC 16Mar51
				1770 (MSN 18-426, frame number 18-426) to Turkish Army Oct 4, 1950.  Became TC-CCO Aug 21, 1992.  To D-EGMU Apr 2010
				1771		18-427		To Turkish Army as 50-1771	Code 139	TOC 16Mar51
				1772		18-428		To Turkish Army as 50-1772	Code 140	TOC 16Mar51
				1773		18-429		To Turkish Army as 50-1773	Code 141	TOC 16Mar51
				1774 (MSN 18-430) to Turkish Army Oct 4, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EAV Dec 13, 1973.
					Registration SE-XUN reserved Sep 15, 2004.
				1775 (MSN 18-431, frame number 18-430) to Turkish Army Oct 4, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EAY Dec 14, 1973
				1776		18-432		To Turkish Army as 50-1776	Code 144	TOC 16Mar51
				1777 (MSN 18-433, frame number 18-445) to Turkish Army Oc5 17, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EAZ Dec 13, 1973
				1778 (MSN 18-434, frame number 18-435) to Turkish Army Oct 17, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EBA Dec 13, 1973
				1779 (MSN 18-435, frame number 18-441) to Turkish Army Oct 17, 1950, then  to Turkish AF as TC-....
				1780		18-436		To Turkish Army as 50-1780	Code 148	TOC 16Mar51
				1781 (MSN 18-437, frame number 18-436) to Turkish Army Oct 17, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EBB Dec 13, 1973
				1782		18-438		To Turkish Army as 50-1782	Code 150	TOC 16Mar51
				1783		18-439		To Turkish Army as 50-1783	Code 151	TOC 16Mar51
				1784		18-440		To Turkish Army as 50-1784	Code 152	TOC 16Mar51
				1785		18-441		To Turkish Army as 50-1785	Code 153	TOC 16Mar51
				1786		18-442		To Turkish Army as 50-1786	Code 154	TOC 16Mar51
				1787		18-443		To Turkish Army as 50-1787	Code 155	TOC 16Mar51
				1788 (MSN 18-444, frame number 18-452) to Turkish Army Oct 24, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EBC Dec 13, 1973
				1789		18-445		To Turkish Army as 50-1789	Code 157	TOC 16Mar51
				1790 (MSN 18-446, frame number 18-547) to Turkish Army Oct 24, 1950, then to Turkish AF as TC-EBM Dec 14, 1973
				1791		18-447		To Turkish Army as 50-1791	Code 159	TOC 16Mar51
				1792 (MSN 18-448) to Turkish Army Oct 24, 1950.  To Turkish AF 1973
				1793 (MSN 18-449, frame number 18-400) to Turkish Army Oct 26 1950.  To Turkish AF as TC-EAR Dec 13, 1973, then
					to TC-YYB.  Preserved Anadolu University, Eskiehir
				1794		18-450		To Turkish Army as 50-1794	Code 162	TOC 16Mar51
			1795 (MSN 18-451) to Hellenic Army as 795 Oct/Nov 1950, then became SX-AKV
			1796		18-452  To Hellenic Army Aviation Service as 796		Assigned to 190 Air Observation Squadron
			1797 (MSN 18-453) to Hellenic Army as 797, then became SK-AKV
			1798		18-454  To Hellenic Army Aviation Service as 798 [sic]	Assigned to 190 Air Observation Squadron
			1799		18-455  To Hellenic Army Aviation Service as 799		Assigned to 190 Air Observation Squadron
			1800 (MSN 18-456) to Hellenic Army Oct/Nov 1950 as 01800, then became D-ELNI Jan 5, 1967
			1801			18-457		To Turkish Army as 50-1801	Code 163
			1802			18-458		To Turkish Army as 50-1802	Code 164	
			1803			18-459		To Turkish Army as 50-1803	Code 165	
			1804 (MSN 18-460) to Hellenic Army as 804.  Then to SX-ADY
			1805			18-461		To Turkish Army as 50-1805	Code 166	
			1806			18-462		To Turkish Army as 50-1806	Code 167	
			1807			18-463		To Turkish Army as 50-1807	Code 168
			1808 (MSN 18-464, frame number 18-467) to Turkish Army code 10325 Nov 6, 1950, then to TC-AUA.  .  
				Preserved Anadolu University, Eskisehir
			1809 (MSN 18-465, frame number 18-469) to Turkish Army Nov 6, 1950 .  To Turkish AF as TC-EBI Dec 13. 1973, then 
				to TC-EDB.
			1810			18-466		To Turkish Army as 50-1810	Code 171	
			1811		18-467  To Hellenic Army Aviation Service as 811		Assigned to 190 Air Observation Squadron
			1812 (MSN 18-468) to Hellenic Army as 812. Became D-EGLG (D-EHFV originally reserved but NTU),
				then to Denmark as OY-ALK, then to Iceland as TF-ALK.  Components of 50-1812 used to build D-EGLG, 
				along with components from 50-1763
50-1813/1837	Republic F-84E-20-RE Thunderjet
			Most to FMS
			1813 to Belgium as FS-4.  Returned to USAF Aug 20, 1956.
			1814 to French AF in 1951 
			1815 to French AF in 1951
			1816 to French AF in 1951
			1817 to French AF in 1951
			1818 to French AF in 1951
			1819 to Belgium as FS-1.  Returned to USAF Aug 20, 1956
			1820 to French AF in 1951
			1821 to French AF in 1951
			1822 to French AF in 1951
			1823 to French AF in 1951
			1824 to French AF in 1951
			1825 to Belgium as FS-3.  W/o Sep 26, 1953 at Florennes AB, Belgium.
			1826 to Belgium as FS-2.  Returned to USAF Aug 20, 1956.  The aircraft displayed at Kielne Brogel
				as FS-2 is really FS-17.  Has since been repainted as FS-17.
			1827 to Netherlands 1951/52 as K-2.  W/o in 1952
			1828 to Netherlands 1951/52 as K-3.  WFU in 1962
			1829 to Netherlands 1951-52 as K-4.  WFU in 1957.  Displayed at Deelen AB, Holland
			1830 to French AF in 1951
			1831 to French AF in 1951
			1832 to Netherlands AF 1951/52 as K-1.  WFU 1962
			1833 to French AF in 1951
			1834 to French AF in 1951
			1835 to French AF in 1951
			1836 to French AF in 1951
			1837 to French AF in 1951
50-1838/1839	Bell X-5
			The Bell X-5 was the first aircraft capable of changing the sweep of its wings in flight. It was 
				inspired by the untested wartime P.1101 design of the German Messerschmitt company
			1838 First flight Jun 20, 1951.  Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.
				Continued active testing until final flight Oct 25, 1955, and remained in service as a chase
				 plane until 1958.  Preserved and on display at the National Museum of the US Air Force, 
				Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 
			1839 first flight Dec 10, 1951.  crashed at Edwards AFB Oct 14, 1953 when entered irrecoverable spin during
				stall tests.  Pilot killed.
50-1840/1841	American Helicopter (Fairchild) XH-26 Jet Jeep
			1840 at Ft. Rucker, AL.    For a while, it was borrowed by USAF Museum for use as a
				"floor model" while they were restoring theirs.
			1841 noted Jul 2005 in restoration workshop of USAF Museum, OH.  Put on display Oct 2009
50-1842		Hughes XH-17
			Kellett was awarded a contract to build a ground test-rig for the XR-17 (which became the XH-17 
			in June 1948). Provision was incorporated in the contract for the modification of the ground 
			rig into a flying test-stand at the Air Force option. While the XH-17 ground test-rig was under 
			construction, Kellett ran into financial difficulties and in 1948 sold the rights and the partially 
			completed rig to Hughes. The partially completed rig was transferred from Upper Darby, PA to 
			Culver City, CA. To save costs, Hughes incorporated components from other aircraft in the 
			XH-17 test-rig. The two-seat cockpit came from a Waco CG-15; landing gear came from the B-25 
			and C-54; the tail rotor from a Sikorsky H-19. Ground running began on 22 December, 1949. 
			Satisfactory progress was made until June 1950 when a cyclic gear failed, badly damaging 
			the rig. Instead of repairing the rig, Hughes incorporated changes required to prepare 
			the XH-17 for flight. Ground testing resumed after a two-year hiatus during which these 
			modifications were incorporated and the XH-17 was first flown at Culver City on 23 October, 1952. 
			The XH-17 was repeatedly grounded while modifications were incorporated. The off and on test 
			programme ended when the rotor blades reached their design life in December 1955.
50-1843/1844	Douglas C-118A-DO Liftmaster
			MSN 43402,43405. Loaned from USN (BuNos 128429 and 128432), both later returned.


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