Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised October 7, 2018


98-1357		C-130J
6/25/00: TOS USAF. 
9/00: 135th Airlift Squadron, 135th Airlift Group, 175th Wing (ANG), Warfield ANG Base, MD. 
9/13/11: 48th Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR
53-7805		C-131B
1954: TOS USAF. 
8/18/70: U.S. Department of Commerce with c/r N37805. 
By 1/75: Returned to USAF, assigned to Armament Development and Test Center, Eglin AFB, FL. 
2/77: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, as CS052. 
5/81: c/r N37805 cancelled. 
8/81: Unknown owner with c/r N92102. 
3/15/90: Air Museum, Las Vegas, NV. 
By 1993: R.F. Diver, Crossroads, TX with c/r N973AT. 
11/4/10: c/r N973AT cancelled. 
Unknown date: Gainesville Municipal Airport, Gainesville, TX. 
By 2/12: Derelict at Gainesville sans engines. 
By 2013: Expected to be scrapped.

53-7821		C-131B
1955: TOS USAF, assigned to Eglin AFB, FL. 
Ca.1976: To Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Used for gunship systems tests. 
Unknown date: 117th Air Refueling Squadron, 190th Air Refueling Group (ANG), Topeka, KS. 
By 3/87: 127th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 184th Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), McConnell AFB, KS. 
3/89: Flown to U.S. Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL. 
2009: Restoration started off-site. 
2010: Deemed not suitable for USAFM profile, transferred to U.S. Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal School, Eglin AFB, placed on range.

55-292		C-131D
You note that this s/n was originally assigned to MSN -218, buy your history for this plane follows -218 vs -315.  -315 was never c/r except at first, as far as I can locate.  This confusion has spread all over the internet, unfortunately. This is what I have been able to find, with photos of the aircraft in 1981, 1982, and 1984 with the 120th TFS.
1956: General Dynamics, San Diego, CA, with c/r N8435H. 
4/56: TOS USAF as C-131D. 
8/16/56: c/r N8435H cancelled. 
1966: Converted to VC-131D. 
By 1981 to after 1984: 120th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 140th Tactical Fighter Wing (ANG), Buckley ANG Base, Denver, CO. 
By 4/87: South Dakota Air & Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD, received from the CO ANG.

55-4753		C-131E
Ordered as TC-131E, built as C-131E.  
9/14/56: TOS USAF. 
By 1980: 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron, 182nd Tactical Air Support Group (ANG), Peoria, IL. 
7/20/90: Darryl G Greenamyer DBA, Ocala, FL, with c/r N4753B. 
5/10/94: J.E. Watkins. 
7/95: Leaseair Ltd, Gulf & Caribbean Air Ltd. 
7/4/96: Pro Freight. 
12/21/01: International Trading Co of Yukon Inc, Oklahoma City, OK. 
7/02: WFU, Stored at Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. To be converted to CV580 or used for parts. 
1/24/18: c/r N4753B cancelled.

56-2008		C-133A
11/1/58: TOS and assigned to the 1607th Air Transport Wing (Heavy), Military Air Transport Service, Dover AFB, DE.
12/16/58: Set world record for propeller-driven aircraft by lifting a cargo payload of 117,900 lbs to 10,000 ft. 
1/8/66: Under a unit reorganization which included the 1607th ATW, this plane’s new unit became the 436th Military Airlift Wing of the Military Airlift Command at Dover AFB. 
3/17/71: Made its last flight, landing at the Air Force Museum.

56-2009		C-133A
11/8/58: TOS USAF, assigned to 1607th Air Transport Wing (Heavy), Military Air Transport Service, Dover AFB, DE. 
1/8/66: Under a unit reorganization which included the 1607th ATW, this plane’s new unit became the 436th Military Airlift Wing of the Military Airlift Command at Dover AFB.
4/17/71: Chanute Technical Training Center, Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL. 
6/77: NMUSAF Loan program, loaned to Chaunte AFB Air Park. 
1993: Loaned to Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, IL, after closure of Chanute AFB.
10/31/15: Chanute Museum closed. 
9/25/17: For sale at auction by Government Liquidation at Rantoul. 
2017: Scrapped

55-3118		KC-135A
7/18/56: Roll out. First production KC-135A. 
8/31/56: First flight, named “City of Renton.” 
1/24/57: TOS USAF. Performed operational acceptance testing at Edwards AFB until 1958. \1958: Loaned to Boeing Aircraft for test programs. 
7/60: Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker AFB, OK. 
11/60: Flight Test Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
1/21/61: Tactical Air Command. 
1961: Converted to EC-135K. 
By 1962: 18th Air Command and Control Squadron (TAC), Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. Served as TAC Commander’s aircraft. 
1971: Flew Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to China on a secret mission. 
6/16/78: 8th Tactical Deployment Squadron, 552nd Air Control Wing, Tinker AFB, OK. 
3/9/82: Re-engined with TF33-PW-102 turbofans. 
5/96: 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.  
8/96: NMUSAF Loan Program, converted back to KC-135A standard for display. 
10/15/96: Placed on display with Kansas ANG-184th BW, McConnell AFB, Wichita, KS.

55-3123		KC-135A
3/1/57: Rollout as KC-135A, but was delivered as a dedicated test bed with no refueling boom. 
4/5/57: First flight. 
5/18/57: TOS USAF and redesignated as JKC-135A.  
7/74: Began serving as the primary platform for testing the Airborne Optical Lightweight Tracking System (ALOTS). Flight tests for the system began in 1965. 
1977: Redesignated NKC-135 and converted to Airborne Laser Laboratory by General Dynamics. This plane was extensively modified by the Air Force weapons Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., and used in an 11-year experiment to prove a high-energy laser could be operated in an aircraft and employed against airborne targets. During the experiment, the Airborne Laser Lab destroyed five AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and a Navy BQM-34A target drone.
5/4/88: 4950th Test Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, landing at Wright Field for preservation at the Air Force Museum. It 5/20/88: Turned over to the Air Force Museum.

57-1431		KC-135A	
6/3/58: Rolled out. 
7/15/58: TOS USAF. 
By 1980: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
4/21/83: Converted to KC-135E. 
ca.1984: 126th Air Refueling Squadron, 128th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Mitchell ANG Base, Milwaukee, WI. 
3/92: 141st Air Refueling Squadron, 108th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGuire AFB, NJ. 
Ca.2007: 185th Air Refueling Squadron, 137th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Tinker AFB, OK. 
7/09: Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, TX.

57-1458		KC-135A	
8/21/58: First Flight. 
9/8/58: TOS USAF 
By 1977: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
5/11/83: Converted to KC-135E. 
1983: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), OHare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL. 
12/90: Deployed to UAE in support of Operation Desert Storm. 
7/28/99: Unit moved to Scott AFB, IL. 
By 2007: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
5/09: Heritage Park, Eielson AFB, Moose Creek, AK.

57-1463		KC-135A
8/7/58: Roll out. 
8/29/58: First flight. 
9/28/58: TOS USAF.
10/4/58: USAF fly away from factory. 
1978: 117th Air Refuelling Squadron, 190th Aerial Refueling Wing (ANG), Forbes Field ANG Base, Topeka, KS. 
1/79: re-skinned. 
5/10/84: Converted to KC-135E. 
3/11/09: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA0226.

66-16307/17144	Bell UH-1D Iroquois
	16661 noted with E Co, 1-131stAvn AL ARNG, Aug 1995. Noted as training aid, 37thTRW Inter American Air Forces Academy, 
		Lackland AFB, TX, Dec 21 2012 (photo).

69-6600/6670	Bell UH-1N Iroquois
	6603 (training aid) noted at 37thTRW Inter American Air Forces Academy, Lackland AFB, TX, Oct 2012 (photo).

70-15050/15649	Bell OH-58A Kiowa	
	15050 Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Florence, AZ, Aug 20 2018, as IFB 91QSCI-
		18-274 lot 501 (TT 13,513hrs)
	15498 Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office, stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Beaufort, SC, Aug 20 2018, as IFB 
		91QSCI-18-274 lot 502.

70-16200/16518	Bell UH-1H Iroquois
	16383 UH-1V (training aid) noted at 37thTRW Inter American Air Forces Academy, Lackland AFB, TX, Oct 2012 (photo).

87-24579/24656	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	24629 cvtd to UH-60L. Noted with 1-150thAvn NJ ARNG, Aug 16 2018 (photo).

05-2023	Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk
	2023 noted as 12thRS 69thRG ‘BB’, Aug 16 2018 (photo).

08-4038/4045	General Atomic MQ-9A Reaper
	4039 noted as 196thATKS 163rdATKW CA ANG Aug 1 2018 (photo).

09-05620	Boeing AH-64D Longbow Apache
	05620 noted as 1stBtn 3rdAvn Regt (Attack Recon) Aug 1 2018 (photo).

10-_045	Northrop Grumman RQ-4B Global Hawk
	_045 (full serial unknown) noted as 348thRS 69thRG, Jul 6 2018 (photo).

11-_128	General Atomics MQ-9A Reaper
	_128 (full serial unknown) noted as 13thATS 174thATKW NY ANG, Nov 15 2017 (photo).

15-08172/08197	Boeing CH-47F Chinook
	08188 noted as D Co, 2ndGSAB 4thCAB, Aug 21 2018 (photo).

16-08198/08224	Boeing CH-47F Chinook
	08215 noted Huntsville, AL, Aug 10 2018.

16-20941	Sikorsky HH-60M Blackhawk
	20941 (FY unconfirmed) noted Aug 2 2018 (photo).

17-08478	Boeing CH-47F Chinook
	08478 noted Huntsville, AL, Aug 10 2018.

17-20938	Sikorsky HH-60M Blackhawk
	20938 (FY unconfirmed) noted Aug 2 2018 (photo).

57-1480		KC-135A
9/11/58: Roll out. 
10/7/58: First flight. 
10/27/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
6/82: Re-skinned. 
6/21/84: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
Ca. 1983: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), OHare International Airport, Chicago, IL. 
7/28/99: Unit moved to Scott AFB, IL. 
2/08: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA0180.

57-1482		KC-135A
9/16/58: Roll out. 
10/16/58: First flight. 
10/29/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 117th Air Refuelling Squadron, 190th Aerial Refueling Wing (ANG), Forbes Field ANG Base, Topeka, KS. 
9/81: Re-skinned. 
8/30/84: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
5/05: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Scott AFB, IL. 
9/16/04: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA0142.

57-1485		KC-135A
9/22/58: Roll out. 
10/21/58: First flight. 
10/31/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 151st Air Refueling Squadron, 134th Air Refueling Group (ANG), McGhee Tyson AFB, TN. 
8/19/82: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
1995: 134th Group renamed 134th Wing. 
2006: 185th Air Refueling Squadron, 137th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Tinker AFB, OK. 
7/09: Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX for use as GIA.

57-1503		KC-135A
11/19/58: First flight. 
12/4/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 151st Air Refueling Squadron, 134th Air Refueling Group (ANG), McGhee Tyson AFB, TN.
11/79: Re-skinned. 
2/18/83: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
1995: 134th Group renamed 134th Wing. 
2006: 185th Air Refueling Squadron, 137th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Tinker AFB, OK. 
9/28/09: Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX for use as GIA.

57-2589		KC-135A
11/18/58: Roll out. 
12/13/58: First flight. 
1/16/59: TOS USAF. 
1/21/59: 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE. Configured for use by Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Air Command, call sign Casey-01. 
10/11/83: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
8/31/91: 55th SRW renamed 55th Wing due to demise of SAC. 
6/1/92: Became personal aircraft of Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Command. 
Unknown date: 65th Airlift Squadron, Hickham AFB, HI. Personal aircraft of Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Air Forces. 
7/02: 412th Flight Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, CA. 
3/03: Operated as personal transport of USAF Chief of Staff. 
2006-2007: Operated as interim Speckled Trout after retirement of C-135C 61-2669. 
6/08: 344th Training Squadron, Kelly Field, TX for use as GIA.

57-2597		KC-135A
12/5/58: Roll out. 
12/29/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 912th Air Refueling Squadron, 19th Air Refueling Wing, Robins AFB, GA. 
2/79: Re-skinned. 
5/22/91: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135R. 
By 1996: 153rd Air Refueling Squadron, 186th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Key Field ANG Base, Meridian, MS. 
5/11: 151st Air Refueling Squadron, 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGhee Tyson AFB, TN.

58-0014		KC-135A	
2/2/59: Roll out. 
2/19/59: First flight.
3/9/59: TOS USAF. 
By 5/82: 
379th Bomb Wing, Wurtsmith AFB, MI. 
5/84: Re-skinned. 
10/21/87: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E.  
1987: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), OHare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL. 
Ca.1999: 63rd Air Refueling Squadron, 927th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Selfridge ANG Base, MI. 
By 2001: 117th Air Refueling Squadron, 190th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Forbes Field ANG Base, KS. 
9/07: 314th Air Refueling Squadron, 940th Air Refueling Wing (AFRC), Beale AFB, CA. 
2009: Purchased by Chile. 
9/3/12: TOS Chilean AF as 983.

58-0057		KC-135A
4/24/59: Roll out. 
5/18/59:: First flight. 
6/3/59: TOS USAF. 
5/5/59: USAF fly away. 
By 1978: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), O’Hare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL. 
8/80: Re-skinned.
11/8/83: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E. 
7/99: Unit moved to Scott AFB, IL. 
By 5/04: converted to KC-135R. 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
By 2007 to after 11/16: 174th Air refueling Squadron, 185th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Sioux City, IA.

58-0067		KC-135A
5/15/59: Roll out. 
6/5/59: First flight. 
6/24/59: TOS USAF. 
6/25/59: USAF Fly away. 
Unknown date: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), O’Hare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL.
7/80: Re-skinned. 
9/26/83: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E. 
7/99: Unit moved to Scott AFB, IL. 
Ca.2004: converted to KC-135R. 
Ca. 2004: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
2007 to after 2/17: 174th Air refueling Squadron, 185th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Sioux City, IA

58-0082		KC-135A	
6/17/59: Roll out. 
7/6/59: First flight. 
7/31/59: TOS USAF. 
8/6/59: USAF fly away. 
By 6/80: 150th Air Refueling Squadron, 170th Air Refueling Group, Offutt AFB, NE. 
2/85: re-skinned. 
3/12/86: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E. 
By 3/89: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
By 8/03: 174th Air refueling Squadron, 185th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Sioux City, IA. 
8/18/09:  AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB as CA0247.

58-0115		KC-135A		
9/18/59: Roll out. 
10/6/59: First flight. 
10/23/59: TOS USAF. 
10/28/59: USAF fly away
ca. 1977: 150th Air Refueling Squadron, 170th Air Refueling Group (ANG), Offutt AFB, NE. 
By 12/81: 150th Air Refueling Squadron, 108th Refueling Wing (ANG), McGuire AFB, NJ. 
5/6/83: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E and re-skin. 
7/7/09:  AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA0240. 

58-0124		KC-135A
10/14/59: Roll out. 
11/4/59: First flight. 
11/25/59: TOS USAF. 
12/3/59: USAF fly away. 
Unknown date: 434th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom AFB, IN. 
By 1976: 50th Air Refueling Squadron, 170th Air Refueling Group, Offutt AFB, NE. Used as refueling trainer, being refuel capable. 
1/83: Re-skinned. 
12/5/89: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135R (RT). 
By 5/96: 344th ARS, 22nd ARW/931st Air Refueling Wing, McConnell AFB, KS Still active 9/17.
You show this bird as being converted to KC-135T.  Probably some confusion with type as KC-135R(RT) (sometimes shown on the ‘net as KC-135R(T)).  It is one of 8 KC-135Rs which are capable of being refueled, the “RT” standing for “Receiver Capable."
Beechcraft AT-11:
42-37475	50th Air Intelligence Squadron, 50th Air Base Group; stalled on take-off and crash-landed at 
	Shaw AFB, SC on 07JAN53; repaired
43-10490/10817	cancelled contract

Beechcraft UC-43:
43-10839	to CAA as NC336

Beechcraft C-45A:
41-1861/1880	c/n 502/521

Bell UH-1H:
66-16741	to N56RF of Department of the Army, Miami, FL in OCT84
67-17233	first to N53RF of Department of the Army, Miami, FL in OCT84
68-16339	to N58RF of Department of the Army, Miami, FL in OCT84, otherwise as entered

Bell TH-13T:
67-15950	to N725GC in NOV84
67-15951	to N536AM in NOV84

Douglas C-52C:
41-7701	was Model DC 3-201G c/n 4136 ex NC33630 Eastern Air Lines order. [C/n 4123 was a 
	DC 3A-197E which was N33644 of Western Air Lines before being allocated (G-APKO). I 
	have no USAAF s/n for it, which may indicate it was not impressed]

Federal AT-20:
43-8229	ex RCAF 8398

Lockheed F-80C:
48-906	3515 FTS/3510 FTG; crashed at Randolph AFB, TX on 08JAN53 due to structural failure

Lockheed XP-58:
41-2670	c/n 1526

Martin A-30A:
41-27963/28081	are A-30A-1-MA c/n 4068/4186, to RAF FA181/299
41-28082/28256	are A-30A-5-MA c/n 5187/4361, to RAF FA300/674

North American AT-6A:
41-654	Israeli AF 1108 was 41-564


Sikorsky UH-60M:
10-20215	to Mexican Navy as ANX-2300 then AMHA-300
10-20262	to Mexican Navy as ANX-2301 then AMHA-301
10-20263	to Mexican Navy as ANX-2302 then AMHA-302

Stinson XC-81D
43-7280	was c/n 5910

Vultee BT-15A:
41-9980/10409	were BT-15, not BT-15A
B-24D

42-40619   February 24, 1944   MACR 2938
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Rockets From German Fighter and Crashed Near Langenfield Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-40733   February 24, 1944   MACR 2939
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed Near Bad Salzungen Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Fw. Bosch of JG 11/1. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-40747   January 7, 1944   MACR 1851
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed Near Nancray-sur-Rimarde 19 Miles Northeast of Orleans France While on a Mission to Ludwigshafen Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Uffz. Heinz Lorbeer of JG 2/11. (5) Crew Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out (1) Captured & POW. Released 1945. (4) Evaded Capture.

42-40767   August 27, 1943   MACR 12266
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Junkers Ju 88C-6 65 Miles off Portreath Portugal Near Cape Finisterre West of Spain While on a Ferry Flight From Marrakech Morroco to England. Ju 88C-6 Flown By Hptm. Hans Morr of KG 40/15. (7) Crew & (5) Passengers Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out & Captured & Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-40795   January 29, 1944   MACR 2246
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed at Eimsheim/Rhein Northeast of Trier Germany While Returning From a Mission to Frankfurt Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Uffz. Kurt Stahnke of JG 26/7.All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-40807   February 24, 1944   MACR 2940
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Fighter and Crashed at Massbach Near Oxen Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-41013   January 7, 1944   MACR 1853
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed Northeast of Orlenas France While on a Mission on The I. G. Farbenindustrie Chemical Plant at Ludwigshafen Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Major Egon Mayer of JG 2/Stab. (10) Crew Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured & POW. Released in 1945.

42-63961   April 9, 1944   MACR 3778
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Germany While on a Mission on The Assembly Plant at Tutow Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-63963   April 22, 1944   MACR 4290
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 5 km Southeast of Antwerp Belgium While Returning From a Mission to Hamm Germany. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (10) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

42-63977   January 7, 1944   MACR 1854
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed 15 km Northeast of Orlenas France While on a Mission on The I. G. Farbenindustrie Chemical Plant at Ludwigshafen Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Major Egon Mayer of JG 2/Stab. (6) Crew Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out & Captured & POWs. Released in 1945.

42-72866  April 1, 1944   MACR 3597
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircrat Fire Over France While on a Mission to Pforzheim Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew bailed Out and (2) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

B-24H

41-28673   March 24, 1944
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Taxiing Accident at (RAF Old Buckenham Airfield) Station USAAF-144 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

41-28824   July 7, 1944   MACR 7363
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Fighter and Crashed 1 km Southeast of Brumby Germany While on a Mission to Halle Germany. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crasehd and Exploded on Impact. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-29451   May 9, 1944   MACR 4933
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed in The English Channel After Hit By Gunfire From Another B-24 Testing its Guns While on a Mission on The Airfield at Florennes Belgium. Aircraft Caught Fire and Went into a Spin. Some Crew Bailed Out and (8) Crew Were Killed Some Died While in The Water. (2) Crew Were Rescued By Air Sea Rescue Boat an Hour Later.

42-7593   January 7, 1944   MACR 1852
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed Southeast of Chartres France While on a Mission on The I. G. Farbenindustrie Chemical Plant at Ludwigshafen Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Major Egon Mayer of JG 2/Stab. (2) Crew Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Captured & POW. Released in 1945. (2) Evaded.

42-50366   December 2, 1944   MACR 11130
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Near Ergeshausen Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Bingen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50371   Jun 21, 1944   MACR 6532
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Klinckeemuehle Near Luckenwalde Germany While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Oblt. Paul Georg Schaffrath of JG 300/5. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Bailed Out Captured & POWs. Released 1945. (1 of 3) Shot Down By Same Pilot Same Battle.

42-50374   July 7, 1944   MACR 7364
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Fighter and Crashed North of Westerode 1 km North of Bad Harzburg Germany While on a Mission to Halle Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (3) Were Killed (2) Trying to Escape. (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50437   January 31, 1945
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Catfoss Airfield) Yorkshire England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Salvaged on March 9, 1945.

42-51193   January 31, 1945   MACR 15372
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed in a Field at Hutton Bushel England After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning After Being Recalled From a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Tail Section Broke off at The Belly Turret. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-52579   June 21, 1944   MACR 6531
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Berlin Germany While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Oblt. Ernst-Erich Hirschfeld of JG 300/5. (2) Crew Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1 of 2) Shot Down By Same Pilot in Same Battle.

42-94822   September 8, 1944   MACR 8600
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Oberkirch Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Karlsruhe Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94934   April 21, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed 2 Miles North of (RAF Seething Airfield) Station USAAF-146 Norfolk England. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-94951   May 27, 1944   MACR 5261
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Went into a Steep Dive and Crashed at Atlenkissel 6 km Northwest of Saarbrucken Germany While on a Mission to Saarbrucken Germany. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94995   December 12, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-95026   July 25, 1944   MACR 8668
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Caught Fire and Crashed Near Marigny France While on a Mission to St. Lo France. All (9) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (3) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (5) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-95028   December 25, 1944   MACR 11114
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Near Prum Germany While on a Mission to Wahlen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95029   July 7, 1944   MACR 7366
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Quedlinburg Germany While on a Mission to Halle Germany. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95044   June 21, 1944   MACR 6530
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Burg Germany While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Oblt. Paul Georg Schaffrath of JG 300/5. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1 of 3) Shot Down By Same Pilot in Same Battle.

42-95071   September 28, 1944   MACR 9381
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Koblenz Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Number 3 and 4 Engines Caught Fire and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95091   May 27, 1944   MACR 5260
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Went into a Straight Dive and Crashed at Puttlingen Near Saarbrucken Germany While on a Mission to Saarbrucken Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95122   June 21, 1944   MACR 6529
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed 3 km Southeast of Gross Beeren Germany While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Oblt. Paul Georg Schaffrath of JG 300/5. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Bailed Out & Captured & POWs. Released 1945. (1 of 3) Shot Down By Same Pilot in Same Battle.

42-95144   June 20, 1944   MACR 5923
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24J (42-100351) in Mid Air off Langeland Denmark and Crashed While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Politz Germany. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-95145   June 21, 1944   6528
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R8 and Crashed at Uklei 15 km Northeast of Konigs Wusterhausen Germany While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. Fw 190A-8/R8 Flown By FhjOfw. Richard Lofgen of JG 300/5. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-95184   August 5, 1944   MACR 7706
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Braunschweig Germany While on a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Turned Over on its Back and Dove Straight Down and Crashed. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-24H

42-95212   June 29, 1944
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Taxiing Accident at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-95240   March 24, 1945   MACR 13543
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Small Arms Fire and Crashed Near Wesel Germany Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. Aircraft Crashed Nose First into The Ground and Exploded on Impact. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

B-24HSH

41-28676   April 29, 1944   MACR 4494
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 Near Nienburg Germany While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. Bf 109G-6 Flown By Ofw. Jantzen of JG 11/2. (2) Crew Were Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-28713   July 11, 1944   MACR 7491
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed at Noyelles 8 km Southwest of Lille France After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission to Munich Germany. All (13) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Crewman Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. (4) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (8) Crew Evaded Capture.

41-28715   May 12, 1944   MACR 5217
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 6 km Southwest of Butzbach Germany While on a Mission to Bohlen Germany. (13) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-28763   April 1, 1944   MACR 3596
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at Arras France After Damaged By Flak While on a Mission to Pforzheim Germany. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. (8) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Crew Evaded Capture. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

41-28778  July 31, 1944   MACR 7747
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Weinheim 12 km Northeast of Mannheim Germany While on a Mission on The Chemical Works at Ludwigshafen Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (11) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-28779   June 20, 1944   MACR 6533
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Made an Emergency Landing at Alt Kabelich Germany After Hit By Falk While on a Mission to Politz Germany. Captured By Luftwaffe. (1) Crew Killed. (12) Crew Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. Repaired and Flown By Luftwaffe Unit KG.200 as KO+XA. Lost Nose Gear on Take off and Burned By The Germans on April 13, 1945.

41-28784   April 29, 1944   MACR 5473
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Ditched 30 Miles off England in The North Sea Due to Electrical Problens and Low on Fuel While Returning From a Mission to Berlin Germany. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Were Rescued By British Royal Marine Launch 498.

41-28787   June 20, 1944   MACR 5922
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at Bulltofta Airfield Malmo Sweden Due to Flak Damage While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Politz Germany. All (11) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Sweden For (5) Months. Returned in December 1944. Aircraft Fate Unknown.

41-28793   June 25, 1944   MACR 6772
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By 88mm Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Chartres France While on a Mission on An Airfield in The Southwest Area of Paris France. Right Wing Broke off Between Engines and Aircraft Went into a Spin. (9) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. Also MACR 6778.

42-51144   July 7, 1944   MACR 7492
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24J (42-110091) in Mid Air and Exploded and Crashed 600 Meters of East of Berndorf 5 km Northwest of Eilseben Germany After Hit By German Fighters and Flak While on a Mission to Brenburg Germany. (10) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

B-24J

42-50452   November 21, 1944   MACR 15663
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24J (44-10513) in Mid Air Over Carleton Rode 1 Mile East of (RAF Old Buckenham Airfield) Station USAAF-144 Norfolk England and Crashed During Assembly While on a Mission to Hamburg Germany. All (9) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-50478   July 25, 1944   MACR 8162
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over St. Lo France Area While on a Mission to St. Lo France. Aircraft Exploded Before Crashed. All (10 Crew Bailed Out and (1) Crewman Was Killed. (6) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-50548   February 15, 1945
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed 1 Mile South of (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England Due to Engine Failure. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-50551   February 3, 1945  MACR 12370
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 600 Meters North of Olendorf 5 km Northeast of Salzgitter Germany While on a Mission on The Rothensee Oil Refinery at Magdeburg Germany. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Exploded in Mid Air. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50558   January 28, 1945   MACR 11988
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Schwerte Southeast of Dortmund Germany While on a Mission to Dortmund Germany. Aircraft Rolled Over on its Back and Went into a Spin and Crashed. (5) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50612   December 25, 1944   MACR 11106
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Near Prum Germany While on a Mission to Wahlen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

42-50617   July 7, 1944   MACR 7365
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Quenstedt 7 km Southeast of Halberstadt Germany While on a Mission to Halle Germany. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50653   April 4, 1945   MACR 13726
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a Near Segeberg Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield at Parchim Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 7. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50662   December 12, 1944   MACR 11338
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Ruckingen Near Hanau Germany While on a Mission to Hanau Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Tail Section Broke off and Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air and Disintegrated. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-50760   October 15, 1944   MACR 9481
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Aircraft and Crashed 2 km North of Bad Kreuznach Germany While Returning From a Mission to Reisholz Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Exploded. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50774   April 14, 1945   MACR 14173
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Hit By Bomb From Above B-17s Over Royan France While on a Mission on Gun Positions at Royan France. Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed. (3) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-50779   March 24, 1945   MACR 13581
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crash Landed Northeast of Wesel Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Survived.

42-50842   October 19, 1944   MACR 9482
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Bierstadt Near Wiesbaden Germany While on a Mission to Mainz Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51233   April 14, 1945   MACR 13906
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Hit By Bomb From Above B-17s Over Royan France and Crashed at Saint Vivien France While on a Mission on Gun Positions at Royan France. Aircraft Broke in Half. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51281   February 8, 1945
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed on Take off at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.
B-24J

42-51588   January 31, 1945
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Leconfield Airfield) Yorkshire England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-51675   January 9, 1945
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-73498   April 11, 1944   MACR 3779
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 Over Germany While on a Mission to Oschersleben Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-73504   February 24, 1944   MACR 2941
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 and Crashed at Finsterbergen in The Forst Ort an der Wacht 15 km South of Gotha 10 km West of Ohrdruf Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. Believed Fw 190A-6 Flown By Lt. Rudolf Schmid of JG 11/2. (8) Crew Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out POWs. Released 1945.

42-95588   March 23, 1945   MACR 13613
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 10 Miles West of Munster Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munster Germany. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed in Flames. (7) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and (4) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

42-99940   November 13, 1944
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-99975   March 8, 1944   MACR 2958
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Made a Forced Landing Near Wartena Holland and Hit a Windmill That Crushed The Nose Section After Damaged By (2) German Focke-Wulf Fw 190As While on a Mission to Berlin Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (10) Crew Survived and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-99977   April 1, 1944   MACR 3598
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over France While on a Mission to Pforzheim Germany, (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-99982   April 9, 1944
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24H (41-29485) in Mid Air Over (RAF Foulsham Airfield) Norfolk England. Both Aircraft Disintegrated. (9) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Survived.

42-99992   April 10, 1944   MACR 4005
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 Near Remalard 60 km West of Chartres France While on a Mission to Tours France. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945. (2) Evaded Capture.

42-100001   January 28, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed and Exploded at Bridge Farm Stowlandtoft England. All Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-100085   February 20, 1944   MACR 2434
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 and Crashed at Lamspringe Southwest of Brunswick Germany While on a Mission on The Aircraft Components Factory at Brunswick Germany. BF 110G-2 Flown By Uffz. Flaske of ZG 76/2. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100167   March 8, 1944
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at (RAF Woodbridge Airfield) Suffolk England While Returning From a Mission to Berlin Germany. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair.

42-100190   June 20, 1944   MACR 5925
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landed at Malmstad Civil Airfield Malmstad Sweden Due to Flak Damage While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Politz Germany. All (10) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Returned in 1945. Aircraft Repaired and Returned to England on June 15, 1945.

42-100280    February 24, 1944   MACR 2942
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Fighter Near Koblenz Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (9) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

42-100281   July 19, 1944   MACR 7554
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed at Merzenschwand 12 km Northwest of St. Blasien Germany After Hit By Aircraft Debris While on a Mission to Laupheim Germany. Number 1 Engine Out and Wing Badly Damaged and Tail Section Knocked Loose and Shaking off. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. (3) Evaded Capture.

42-100316   September 21, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on September 22, 1944.

42-100338   February 24, 1944   MACR 2943
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Fighter Near Lichtenfels Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100351   June 20, 1944   MACR 5926
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24H (42-95144) in Mid Air and Crashed off Langeland Denmark in The Bay of Kiel While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Politz Germany. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100352   February 20, 1944   MACR 2435
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7/R6-4 Southwest of Brunswick Germany While on a Mission on The Aircraft Components Factory at Brunswick Germany. Believe Fw 190A-7/R6-4 Flown By Fw. Franz Steiner of JG 11/2. (2) Crew Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100368   February 25, 1944   MACR 2944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Furth Germany and Crashed Southeast of Stuttgert Germany While on a Mission to Furth Germany. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100372   December 25, 1944   MACR 11681
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed in Luxembourg While on a Mission to Wahlen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100375   March 8, 1944   MACR 2959
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Hit By Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Berlin Germany and Crashed Near Hendrik Ido Ambacht 5 km Northwest of Dordrecht Holland While Returning From a Mission to Berlin Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (11) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100421   March 5, 1944   MACR 2799
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 at La Chataigneraie and Crashed 10 km North of Lagupie France While on a Mission to Cazaux France. Believed Fw 190A-6 Flown By Fw Gunther Marsfelde of JG 2/7. (1) Crewman Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (7) Evaded Capture.

42-100422   May 7, 1944   MACR 4934
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Ditched in The North Sea From Flak Damage to The Ignition System Grounding Out All (4) Engines While Returning From a Mission to Osnabruck Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Were Rescued But (1) Died Before Reaching Shore.

B-24J

42-109794   June 21, 1944   MACR 6527
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 South of Berlin Germany While on a Mission on Berlin Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Oblt. Ernst-Erich Hirschfeld of JG 300/5. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1 of 2) Shot Down By Same Pilot in Same Battle.

42-109795   August 16, 1944   MACR 7909
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Moorimerfeld Germany While on a Mission to Dessau Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-109798   April 11, 1944   MACR 3780
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 and Crashed 3 km Southeast of Vreden Germany While on a Mission to Oschersleben Germany. Believed Fw 190A-7 Flown By Uffz. Herbert Regel of JG 11/7.(3) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-109817   April 11, 1944   MACR 3781
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed 5 km Northeast of Bad Prymont Germany While on a Mission to Oschersleben Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (5) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-109828   February 24, 1944   MACR 2927
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Fighter and Crashed at Drelhernstein Germany While on a Mission to Gotha Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-110074   May 28, 1944   MACR 5387
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed 1 km Northwest of L'Eteile 4 km Northwest of Gravelines France While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Merseburg Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out Over Water and (1) Crewman Was Captured and Became a POW. (2) Crew Were Rescued By a British Warlus Seaplane From Air Sea Rescue. 

44-10510   March 15, 1945   MACR 13564
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire in Nimber (2) Engine Causing it to Catch Fire While on a Mission German Army Headquarters at Zossen Germany. Able to Return to Home Base. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Returned to Duty. (10) Crew Stayed With Aircraft and Returned to Base. Aircraft Badly Damaged By Fire. Believed Not Repaired.

44-10513   November 21, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24J (42-50452) in Mid Air Over Carleton Rode 1 Mile East of (RAF Old Buckenham Airfield) Station USAAF-144 Norfolk England and Crashed During Assembly While on a Mission to Hamburg Germany. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-40109   February 14, 1945   MACR 12340
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Brielle Southwest of Rotterdam Holland While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Magdeburg Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and (8) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Was Killed.

44-40245   March 24, 1945   MACR 13536
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Wesel Germany While on a Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. Aircraft Crashed Nose First and Exploded on Impact. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Returned to Duty.

44-40247   June 6, 1944   MACR 7020
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed and Exploded From Unknown Cause 1/2 Mile Southwest of Trinimgham England While on a Mission on The Beachhead of Normandy France. All (10) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-40439   March 31, 1945   MACR 13725
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a and Crashed Near Wolfenbuttel Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Brunswick Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Unknown Pilot of KG(J) 54/I Stab. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

44-40476   January 29, 1945   MACR 11989
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By 105mm Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Castrop-Rauxel Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Hamm Germany. Aircraft Broke in Half. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

B-24JSH

42-50511   September 5, 1944   MACR 8599
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Surburg Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Karlsruhe Germany. All (12) Crew Bailed Out. (4) Crew Were Killed (1) When His Parachute Failed to Open. (6) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture.

B-24L

44-49254   April 7, 1944   MACR 14113
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Rammed By German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 West of Soltau Germany While on a Mission on The Ammunition Factory at Duneberg Germany. Pilot of BF 109G-6 Flown By Uffz. Heinrich Rosner of Sonderkommande Elbe. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-49382   March 9, 1945   MACR 12959
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Munster Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munster Germany. Both Wings Broke off and Aircraft Burst into Several Burning Pieces. (10) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

B-24LHO

44-49533   April 7, 1945   MACR 13892
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Rammed By German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 West of Soltau Germany While on a Mission on The Ammunition Factory at Duneberg Germany. Pilot of BF 109G-6 Flown By Uffz. Heinrich Rosner of Sonderkommande Elbe. (11) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

B-24M

44-50747   April 5, 1945   MACR 13727
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Shot Down By 2cm Anti-Aircraft Fire From Small German Navy Ships 1 Mile South of Brouwershaven Holland While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Plauen Germany. Pilot Called and Said H
59-1445		KC-135A		
11/23/59: Roll out. 
12/16/59: First flight. 
1/7/60: TOS USAF. 
1/9/60: USAF fly away.  
By 1980: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), O’Hare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL. 
1/27/86: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E and re-skinning. 
By 1986 to after 5/03: 116th ARS, 141st ARW (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
By 12/06: 174th ARS, 185th ARW (ANG), Sioux City, IA. 
7/14/09: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA0241.

59-1450		KC-135A
12/15/59: Roll out. 
1/14/60: First flight. 
1/26/60: TOS USAF. 
1/29/60: USAF fly away. Assigned to 305th Air refueling Wing, Bunker Hill AFB, IN until after 1966. 
By 1980: 108th ARS, 126th ARW (ANG), O’Hare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL. 
8/7/84: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E.  
By 9/89: 133rd ARS, 157th ARW (ANG), Pease ANG Base, Portsmouth, NH. 
2/96: Converted to KC-135R. 
Ca.1996: 196th ARS, 163rd ARW, March AFB, CA. 
11/1/07: 151st ARS, 134th ARW (ANG), McGhee Tyson ANG Base, TN. By 
1/11: 197th ARS, 161st ARW (ANG), Phoenix, AZ. Active

59-1452		KC-135A		
12/23/59: Roll out. 
1/14/60: First flight. 
1/29/60: TOS USAF. 
2/1/60: USAF fly away. 
By 1979: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Chicago O’Hare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL.
6/85: Re-skinned. 
By 12/85: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
2/6/86: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135E. 
By 6/94: 97th Air Refueling Squadron, 161st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Phoenix, AZ. 
By 1/99: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
1/13/99: Crashed short of runway, Geilenkirchen Air Base, Germany, 4 killed.

59-1507		KC-135A
8/12/60: Roll out. 
9/1/60: First flight. 
9/13/60: TOS USAF. 
9/15/60: USAF fly away. 
Ca.1983: Converted to KC-135E. 
By 4/85: 407th Air Refueling Squadron, 42nd Bomb Wing, Loring AFB, ME. 
12/85: Re-skinned. 
By 6/87: 924th Air Refueling Squadron, 93rd Bomb Wing, Castle AFB, CA. 
Ca.1991: 141st Air Refueling Squadron, 108th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGuire AFB, NJ. 
8/26/92: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135R. 
Unknown date: 99th ARS, 19th ARW, Robins AFB, GA. 
By 2003: Air Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
By 10/05: 344th ARS, 22nd ARW, McConnell AFB, KS. 
By 7/11: 117th ARS, 190th ARW (ANG), Forbes Field ANG Base, Topeka, KS. Active
	
60-0372		C-135A
8/1/61: Roll out.  
8/24/61: First flight. 
8/31/61: TOS USAF. Assigned to Military Air Transport Service. 
9/19/66: First flight as EC-135N. Converted by Douglas as first Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft (ARIA). (renamed Advanced Range Instrumented Aircraft in 1972). 
10/6/67: Delivered to USAF after conversion to EC-135N. 
1968: Assigned to Patrick AFB, FL. 
11/75 to 11/1/92: 4950th Test Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
12/31/81: Date returned to USAF after conversion to C-135N by removal of ARIA equipment. 
5/24/82: Returned to USAF after conversion to EC-135E. 
1987-1988: Modified by McDonnell-Douglas as Airborne Laser Communications Testbed. 
By 1997: 452nd Test Squadron, 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA. 
5/22/02: ACAT - AFRL C41 Airborne Testbed, Have LACE Program to provide jam resistant airborne communication.
3/17/05: Placed in flyable storage at Edwards AFB. 
9/28/05: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA0145

60-0374		C-135A
8/24/61: Rollout. 
9/15/61: First flight. 
9/22/61: TOS USAF. Assigned to Military Air Transport Service. 
1966:  Converted to EC-135N Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft (ARIA)(renamed Advanced Range Instrumented Aircraft in 1972).  
9/19/67: Transferred to Patrick AFB, FL. 
12/75:  4950th Test Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
3/20/82-4/10/82: Converted to EC-135E by Boeing and returned to the 4950th. 
1994:  412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA. 
11/3/00: Flew to the Air Force Museum for permanent display.

61-0262		KC-135A
7/13/61: Roll out. 
8/2/61: First flight. 
1/23/62: TOS USAF. 
After 1/26/62: Installation of airborne command post suite. 
4/4/62: 34th Air Refueling Squadron, 4321st Strategic Wing, Offutt AFB, NE. 
10/9/63: 22nd Air Refueling Squadron, 22nd Bombardment Wing, March AFB, CA. 
9/2/64: 913th Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bombardment Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA. 
1/1/65: Redesignated EC-135A and assigned to 99th Air Refueling Squadron, 499th Air Refueling Wing, Westover AFB, MA. 
11/23/65: 7210th Airborne Command and Control Squadron, 7513th Tactical Group, RAF Mildenhall, England. 
1/23/67: 28th Air Refueling Squadron, 28th Bombardment Wing, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
7/26/67: Received Airborne Launch Control Center modifications. 
7/31/68: 906th Air Refueling Squadron, 5th Bomb Wing, Minot AFB, ND. 
1/13/69: 28th Air Refueling Squadron, 28th Bombardment Wing, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
3/1/70: 4th Airborne Command and Control Squadron, 28th Bomb Wing, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
3/84: Re-skinned. 
3/30/92: To South Dakota Air & Space Museum

61-0269		KC-135A
9/5/61: Roll out. 
9/26/61: First flight. 
12/8/61: TOS USAF. 
9/18/67: 906th Air Refueling Squadron, 450th Bombardment Wing, Minot AFB, ND. 
10/30/67 to 12/21/67: Converted by Lockheed to EC-135L. 
12/67: 305th Air Refueling Squadron, 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill AFB, IN 
11/19/68: 28th ARS, 28th BW, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
1/9/69: 906th ARS, 5th BW, Minot AFB, ND. 
1/20/70: 305th ARS, 305th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom AFB, IN. 
Unknown date: 3rd Airborne Command and Control Squadron, Grissom AFB, IN. 
1975: 70th ARS, 305th ARW, Grissom AFB, IN. 
6/88: Re-skinned. 
12/89 to 1/90: Flew missions in Operation Just Cause. 
Ca. 8/90 to 2/91: During operation Desert Storm this aircraft supported missions credited with destruction of two MiG-29s, 27 mobile launchers, and more than 100 tanks. Mission marks are on the aircraft. 
6/29/92: Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN

61-0287		KC-135A
1/2/62: Roll out. 
1/29/62: First flight. 
3/12/62: TOS USAF. 
3/28/62: USAF fly away and assigned to 34th Air Refueling Squadron, 4321st Strategic Wing, Offutt AFB, NE as airborne command post; airborne command post suite installed. 
1/10/64: 22nd Air Refueling Squadron, 22nd Bombardment Wing, March AFB, CA. 
11/30/64: 32nd Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Air Refueling Wing, Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
1/1/65: Redesignated EC-135A. 
6/29/66: 305th ARS, 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill AFB, IN. 
10/4/67: 28th ARS, 28th BW, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
12/8/67: 906th ARS, 450th BW, Minot AFB, ND. 
12/31/69: 28th ARS, 28th BW, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
3/1/70: 4th Airborne Command and Control Squadron, Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
By 1987: 305th ARS, 305th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom AFB, IN. 
2/10/92: Zorinsky Memorial Air Park, Offutt AFB, NE

61-0326		C-135A
10/11/61: Roll out. 
11/3/61: First flight. 
11/16/61: TOS USAF. 
11/17/61: USAF fly away. Assigned to Military Air Transport Service. 
1966: Converted to EC-135N Apollo Range Instrument Aircraft. 
10/31/67: USAF Eastern Test Range, Patrick AFB, FL. 
12/75: 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
8/78: Re-skinned. 
1982: Converted to EC-135E. In addition to ARIA, this was one of four ALOTS (Airborne Lightweight Optical Tracking System) capable aircraft. 
8/86: Converted to Cruise Missile Mission Control Aircraft at Edwards AFB, CA.  
1991: 4950th Test Wing, Edwards AFB. CA. 
1994: 452nd Flight Test Squadron, 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA (4950th TW consolidated with 412th TW, 4950th deactivated.). 
6/1/98: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ ax CA0122

61-2666		C-135B
2/15/62: Roll out. 
3/21/62: First flight. 
3/30/62: TOS USAF. Assigned to Military Air Transport Service. 
4/62: Set several world-class cargo lift and speed records. 
8/65: Converted to WC-135B. Assigned to 55th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Reconnaissance Wing, Air Force Weather Service, McClellan AFB, CA. Rotated with 56th WRS, 9th WRW at Yokota Air Base, Japan. 
4/86: Provided atmospheric sampling support following the Chernobyl nuclear reactor accident. 
Ca.1988: Det. 2, 645th Materiel Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Majors Field, TX. Supported flight testing of RC-135 fleet, as well as serving as crew trainer for pilots assigned to Det.2. 
5/95: Converted to WC-135W; Conversion included small fairings and attachments for equipment under evaluation, check fairings, hog nose and SIGINT antennae. Identical in appearance to RC-135W but lacked full reconnaissance suite of RC-135W. 
After 2003: Converted to NC-135W.  
2007: Test flying the Northrop-Grumman LN-120G stellar-inertia tracking navigation system. 
By 5/18: 645th Aeronautical Systems Group, 303rd Aeronautical Systems Wing, Greenville, TX

61-2669		C-135B
3/7/62: Roll out. 
4/11/62: First flight. 
4/24/62: TOS USAF. Assigned to Military Air Transport Service. 
1965: Converted to WC-135B, assigned to 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Reconnaissance Wing, Yokota AB, Japan. 
7/20/72: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage as CA0003. 
11/8/72 to 3/10/73: Converted to C-135B by E-Systems. 
3/10/73: 7111th Support Squadron, 322nd Tactical Airlift Wing, Rhein-Main AB, Germany. 
Also used as the personal transport for the USAF Chief of Staff. 
1/7/74 to 2/8/75: Converted to C-135C Speckled Trout at Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center. Glare shield, entire navigator’s station, both control columns, instrument panels, numerous “black boxes,” and Mk.III anti-skid system from 55-3126 were installed.
2/8/75: Detachment 1, 1st Airborne Communications Control Squadron, 1st Communications Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
11/1/75: Detachment 1, 4950th Test Wing, Andrews AFB, MD. 
3/85: Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, MD. 
10/3-4/85: Set speed record for Tokyo to Beijing of 4hrs, ten minutes averaging 318.55 mph, and from Yokota, Japan to Beijing of 4 hrs, averaging 318.63 mph. 
10/1/92: 445th Test Squadron, 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA. 
9/30/93: 452nd Flight Test Squadron, 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA. 
1/13/06: Last flight. 
2/10/06: WFU. Placed on display at Edwards AFB.

61-2671		C-135B 
3/15/62: Roll out. 
4/25/62: First flight. 
4/27/62: TOS USAF. 
4/28/62: USAF fly away. Assigned to 1501st Air Transport Wing (MATS), Travis AFB, CA. 
1965: Converted to WC-135B and assigned to 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Reconnaissance Wing, Yokota AB, Japan. 
1970: Crashed on runway at Yokota due to jamming of an elevator control motor. Repaired. 
3/1/73: Returned to USAF after conversion to C-135B. 
1974: Converted to C-135C staff transport. Assigned to 15th Air Base Wing, Hickam AFB, HI. 
1974: Detachment 1, 89th Military Airlift Wing, Hickam AFB, HI. 
1991: Tinker AFB, OK undergoing programmed depot maintenance.  Corrosion too great to repair, so WFU. 
10/30/91: To Charles B. Hall Airpark, Tinker AFB, OK.

62-3525		KC-135A		
12/11/62: Roll out. 
10/10/63: First flight. 
1/17/63: TOS USAF. 
By 3/82: 11th Air Refueling Squadron, 340th Air Refueling Group, Altus AFB, OK. 
After 12/85: Converted to KC-135E. (A few sites on the ‘net commenting on photos say it was converted, as does Riz Jets, but you don’t show this, and neither does Robert S. Hopkins III in his excellent book, “Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker: More than just a tanker.”) 
3/87: Re-skinned. 
By 6/87: 924th Air Refueling Squadron, 93rd Bomb Wing, Castle AFB, CA. 
Unknown date: 906th Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Air Refueling Wing, Minot AFB, ND (last USAF unit). 
8/24/93: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CA081. 
3/19/95: Removed from storage and prepared for Programmed Depot Maintenance retirement. 
5/15/96: AMARC as CA0105. 
2/19/97: Departed AMARC for re-engining to KC-135R. 
5/97: TOS French Air Force as 525/93-CN.

62-3561		KC-135A
4/19/63: Roll out. 
5/17/63: First flight
6/3/63: TOS USAF
6/4/63: USAF fly away. 
By 7/86: 917th Air Refueling Squadron, 96th Bombardment Wing, Dyess AFB, TX
5/15/87: Returned to USAF after re-skinning and conversion to KC-135R
By 9/87: 340th Air Refueling Group (later Wing), Altus AFB, OK
By 11/93 until after 7/04: 351st Air Refueling Squadron, 100th Air Refueling Wing, RAF Mildenhall, England.
By 8/08: 905th Air Refueling Squadron, 319th Air Refueling Wing, Grand Forks AFB, ND
By 5/10: 54th Air Refueling Squadron, 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus AFB, OK
By 2/17: 909th Air Refueling Squadron, 18th Wing, Kadena AB, Japan

62-4133		EC-135B
5/21/62: Roll out
6/14/62: First flight
6/29/62: TOS USAF, assigned to 1611th Air Transport Wing (MATS), McGuire AFB, NJ. 
1967: Converted to Telemetry Range Instrumented Aircraft C-135B (TRIA) by Douglas Aircraft, Tulsa, OK, with ten-foot nose extension. 
1967: Assigned to Air Force Eastern Test Range, Patrick AFB, FL.
5/71: redesignated RC-135T.
Ca.6/71:  4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division,  Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
1971: 6th Strategic Wing Eielson Air Force Base, AK as sole RC-135T to provide initial and recurring training for RC-135S “Cobra Ball” flight deck crews.
12/31/79: Converted into EC-135B ARIA, gaining its Primary Mission Electronic Equipment from 60-0375. 
1980 to 12/31/83: 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division,  Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
UNK: 38th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE 
9/85: Re-skinned. 
1985: 6th Strategic Wing, Eielson Air Force Base, AK.
1987: 38th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE 
1987-1988: Converted to TC-135S.
By 5/11: 45th Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Wing, Offutt AFB, NE
By 12/16: Converted to RC-135W.

62-4139		C-135B
7/12/62: Roll out.
8/17/62: First flight.
8/29/62: TOS USAF, assigned to 1611th Air Transport Wing (MATS), McGuire AFB, NJ.
12/14/67: Last C-135B to be converted to RC-135M beginning this date.
1968:  82nd Reconnaissance Squadron, 4252d Strategic Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa. Flew 1000th Combat Apple Sortie during Vietnam War. 
5/76: Re-skinned.
1/1/79: Involved in take-off accident at Clark AB, Philippines. Although some reports stated that the aircraft was written off, it was repaired and resumed operations, but with a slightly twisted fuselage, resulting in the plane flying with perpetual yaw.
11/11/84: Flew last RC-135M mission from Kadena AB,Okinawa.
1/85: Last RC-135M to be converted to RC-135W.
1/22/85: 38th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
By 1997: Highest flight time of any RC-135 with over 40,000 hrs.
Unknown date: 343rd Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
By 2011: 38th Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Wing, Offutt AFB, NE
By 2016: 45th Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Wing, Offutt AFB, NE. 
By 2/17: 38th Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.

63-8049		KC-135B
7/16/64: Roll out.
8/28/64: First flight.
10/5/64: TOS USAF.
10/23/64: USAF Fly away, assigned to 99th Air Refueling Squadron, 499th Air Refueling Wing, Westover AFB, MA.
1/1/65: Date returned to USAF after conversion to EC-135C, assigned to 34th Air Refueling Squadron, 4321st Strategic Wing, Offutt AFB, NE
1/1/66: 99th Air Refueling Squadron, 499th Air Refueling Wing, Westover AFB, MA.
9/18/66: 38th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
5/23/67: 2nd Bombardment Wing (SAC), Barksdale, LA.
10/1/67: 99th Air Refueling Squadron, 499th Air Refueling Wing, Westover AFB, MA.
1/29/70: 2nd Airborne Command and Control Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
6/8/73:  4th ACCS, 28th Bomb Wing (SAC), Ellsworth AFB, SD.
1/4/74: 2nd ACCS, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
7/1/81: 4th ACCS, 28th Bomb Wing (SAC), Ellsworth AFB, SD.
11/25/81: 2nd ACCS, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
7/24/90: Flew the last Looking Glass mission.
3/2/93: SAC Museum, Offutt AFB, NE. 
1997: Transported by surface to new museum in Ashland, NE.

64-14845		RC-135B
11/4/64: Roll out.
12/2/64: First flight.
12/11/64: TOS USAF.
12/15/64: USAF fly away.
12/15/64 to 4/28/67: Martin converted from RC-135B to RC-135C. (Some of this time may have been in storage)
1967: 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE
10/1/74 to 11/21/75: E-Systems converted to RC-135V.
By 1981: 343rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.
Ca.12/90 to 2/91: Flew missions in Operation Desert Storm.
By 5/97: 38th Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Wing, Offutt AFB, NE.

B-24D

41-24186   December 30, 1943   MACR 1620
Hearquarters Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Henderson Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Ditched in The Water 10 Miles North of Southern Tip of New Ireland Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific After Damaged By Japanese Fighters. (2) Crew Were Killed. (9) Crew Survived and Were Captured and Became POWs. (6) Were Executed on March 6, 1944. (2) Died in Captivity. (1) Released 1945.

42-40210   October 10, 1943   MACR 803
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Henderson Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M5 (Zero) Northwest of Choisuel Island in The Solomon Islands in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Kahill Airfield Bougainville Papau New Guinea. Two Engines Burst into Flames and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed into The Water. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

42-40250   June 16, 1943   MACR 85
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Henderson Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Ditched East of The Russell Islands in The Solomon Islands in The South Pacific After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission on Japanese Airfield at Rabaul Papau New Guinea. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

42-40636   December 5, 1943   MACR 1253
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Carney Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Chabai Bougainville and Crashed 12 Miles East of Hutjena Bougainville Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on The Chabai Bougainville Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific Area. All (11) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out But Were Never Found.

42-40653   September 28, 1943   MACR 804
"349th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Henderson Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire From Japanese Ship ast of Bougainville in The South Pacific Ocean While on a Mission to Kieta Bougainville Papau New Guinea in The South Pacific. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-40752   March 30, 1944   MACR 9146
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Munda Airfield New Georgia Island in The Solomon Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Fighters Between Torkonia and Green Island Bougainville Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific During Severe Weather While on a Mission on Moen Island in Truk Atoll in The Caroline Islands in The Pacific Ocean. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-41151   June 3, 1944   MACR 5659
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in The Southwest Pacific Ocean While Returning From a Mission on The Seaplane Base and Repair Facilities on Dublon Island Micronesia. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

42-41156   November 3, 1943   MACR 1176
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Henderson Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Ditched in The South Pacific Ocean After Damaged By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission to The Solomon Islands. The Tail Section Broke off. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

42-41189   June 9, 1944   MACR 6582
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Eten Island and Crashed in The Pacific Ocean While Returning From a Mission to Eten Island Micronesia. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

42-41230   March 1, 1944
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Henderson Field Guadalcanal in The Solomon Islands
Made an Emergency Landing at Stirling Island Solomn Islands After Damaged By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission on Kahill Airfield Bougainville Papau New Guinea. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Pushed off The Side of The Runway. Later Pushed off The Cliff at The End of The Runway. Condemned on May 24, 1945.

42-41246   June 17, 1944   MACR 11968
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Crashed into a Hillside South of Wewak Papau New Guinea in The South Pacific After Ran Out of Fuel While on a Mission to Eten Island Micronesia. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (4) Crew Drown. (7) Crew Made it to Hermet Island and Were Rescued 14 Days Later By a U.S. Navy PBY.

42-72794   October 1, 1943   MACR 725
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Palikulo Bay Airfiled Espiritu Santo in The Hebrides Islands
Crashed 4 Miles East of Espiritu Santo Island in The South Pacific Ocean Due to Elesctical System Failure and Unable to Feather Number 1 Engine Which Ran Away While on a Training Flight. All (5) Crew Survived and Were Rescued By Rescue Boats.

42-72820   April 23, 1944   MACR 5085
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Nakajima J1N1 (Irving) and Ditched in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission to Woleai Island in The Caroline Islands. (6) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Were Rescued By a BPY Catalina.

42-72828   May 12, 1944   MACR 5092
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed off Biak Island Papau New Guinea in The South Pacific Ocean While on a Mission on Mokmer Airfield Biak Island Papau New Guinea. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Never Found. (9) Crew Were Rescued By Navy PBY.

B-24J

42-73142   April 2, 1944   MACR 3679
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Munda Airfield New Georgia Island in The Solomon Islands
Lost From Unknown Cause in The South Pacific. Fate of Crew Unknown. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-73148   April 2, 1945   MACR 14289
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Lost From Unknown Cause in The Central Pacific Ocean While on a Mission on Truk Atoll in The Caroline Islands in The Pacific Ocean. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-73150   April 2, 1944   MACR 3680
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Munda Airfield New Georgia Island in The Solomon Islands
Lost From Unknown Cause in The South Pacific. Fate of Crew Unknown. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-73220   March 30, 1944   MACR 3678
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Munda Airfield New Georgia Island in The Solomon Islands
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Truk Atoll in The Caroline Islands in The Pacific. Fate of Crew Unknown. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-73268   August 9, 1944   MACR 7343
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Crashed in The Pacific Ocean Due to Bad Weather While on a Mission to Yap Island in The Carolina Islands. (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-73307   April 20, 1944   MACR 15366
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Crashed on Take off at Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-73454   June 18, 1944   MACR 6581
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Lost From Unknown Cause Near Truk Atoll in The Caroline Islands in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission to Dublon Island Micronesia. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-73458   August 9, 1944   MACR 15263
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Crashed in The Water Near Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands After Number 1and 2 Engines Failed Due to Lack of Fuel While Returning From a Mission on Anti-Aircraft Positions on Yap Island in The Carolina Islands. Aircraft Broke in Half. (9) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

42-110109   May 5, 1944   MACR 5083
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed in The South Pacific Ocean. Number 2 Engine Caught Fire The The Wing Caught Fire. (9) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued By Rescue Airplane.

42-110136   May 21, 1944   MACR 5524
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 10 Miles South of Edet Island in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission to Edet Island at Truk Atoll in The Caroline Islands in The Pacific Ocean. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

42-110137   November 1, 1944   MACR 10016
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) Near Negros Island in The Philippine Islands While on a Mission on Alicante Airfield on Negros Island in The Philippine Islands in The Pacific. Aircraft Exploded and Crashed in The Ocean. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued.

42-110139   June 23, 1944   MACR 6382
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Over Yap Island While on a Mission on Colonia Airfield at Yap Island in The Carolina Islands. A6M2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of 201st Kokutai. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-110140   June 7, 1944   MACR 5885
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
"Lost From Unknown Cause in The Southwest Pacific Ocean While on a Mission on The Supply Area on Eten Island Micronesia. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-40529   October 30, 1944   MACR 9456
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Kornasoren Airfield Noemfoor Island Schouten Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed in The South Pacific Ocean While Returning From a Mission to Balikapapan Borneo Island Indonesia. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-40536   January 5, 1945   MACR 11532
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Lost From Unknown Cause in The Southwest Pacific While Returning From a Mission on Labuan Airfield Borneo Island Indonesia. All (10) Crew Were Killed.




B-24J

44-40548   January 10, 1945   MACR 11626
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Lost From Unknown Cause in Th Leyte Island Area in The Philippine Islands While Returning From a Mission on Grace Park Airfield Luzon in The Philippine Islands. Pilot Reported Low on Fuel and Going to Leyte to Refuel. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-40551   December 1, 1944   MACR 10843
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Crashed North of Tagola Point Mindanao Island in The Philippine Islands in The Pacific After Damaged By Own Exploding Bombs Just Dropped. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued By Natives Craft.

44-40566   June 17, 1944   MACR 7013
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Hit By a Phosphorous Bomb From From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) While on a Mission on The Supply Areas and Apron Bordering The Runway at The Airfield on Eten Island Micronesia. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-40572   January 10, 1945   MACR 12252
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Crashed at Unknown Location in Philippine Islands Due to Navigational Error After Returned From a Mission on Warehouses at Grace Park Airfield Luzon in The Philippine Islands. Aircraft Refueled at Layte and Toof off Again. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-40594   July 19, 1944   MACR 9580
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Momote Airfield Los Negros Island Admiralty Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission on The Airfield on Yap Island in The Carolina Islands in The Pacific. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Were Rescued By a U.S Navy Submarine.

44-40595   November 22, 1944   MACR 11379
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Crashed and Exploded on Impact South of Tataud Island Indonesia in The Pacific Ocean After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (6) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Were Rescued By a PBY Catalina.

44-40596   August 25, 1944   MACR 8873
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wakde Airfield Wakde Island Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Caught Fire and Crashed Southeast of Koror Island in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission to Koror Island Palau. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Executed By The Japanese in September 1944.

44-40606   November 1, 1944   MACR 11017
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed on Negros Island in The Philippine Islands While on a Mission on Alicante Airfield on Negros Island in The Philippine Islands. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued By Natives.

44-40924   November 16, 1944   MACR 10335
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission on The Japanese Fleet in Brunei Bay Borneo Island Indonesia. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed Near Loung Berang Borneo Indonesia. (4) Crew Were Killed (2) After Bailed Out. (1) Parachute Failed to Open. (9) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Rescued By Natives.

44-40932   November 30, 1944   MACR 11033
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Kornasoren Airfield Noemfoor Island Schouten Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Nakajima Ki-44 (Tojo) and Crashed East of Borneo Indonesia in The Makassar Strait While on a Mission on The Refinery at Pandansari Borneo Indonesia. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (4) Crew Believed Killed in Their Parachutes By Japanese Fighters. (6) Crew Were Rescued By a U.S. Navy Submarine.

44-40947   October 24, 1944   MACR 10018
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Crashed From Unknown Cause and Believed in Makassar Strait While on a Shipping Search Along The North Coast of Borneo Indonesia. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

44-40962   November 16, 1944   MACR 10844
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire From Japanese Ships While on a Mission on The Japanese Fleet in Brunei Bay Borneo Island Indonesia. Able to Fly For a While. Crashed Near Talaud Island Indonesia in The Pacific Ocean. (9) Crew Bailed Out. Unknown if Pilot Bailed Out. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Were Rescued By a PBY Catalina.

44-40964   December 1, 1944   MACR 11624
394th Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Crashed in Mindanao Strait Philippine Islands After Aircraft Caught Fire While Returning From a Mission on Fabrica Airfield Negron in The Philippine Islands. All (10) Crew Bailed Out (7) Crew Were rescued By a PBY Catalina. (3) Crew (MIA) and Believed Dead.

44-41026   November 7, 1944   MACR 15655
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed in Murcielagos Bay Mindanao in The Philippine Islands While on a Mission on The Alicante Airfield Negros Island in The Philippine Islands. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued By Natives.

44-41174   November 1, 1944   MACR 10021
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Crashed into Guimaras Strait in The Philippine Islands After Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) Crashed into Nose of Aircraft While on a Mission on Alicante Airfield on Negros Island in The Philippine Islands. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) When He Bailed Out and His Parachute Failed to Open. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Rescued.

44-41345   November 7, 1944   MACR 11655
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed North of Mindanao in The Philippine Islands in The Mindanao Sea While Returning From a Mission on The Alicante Airfield Negros Island in The Philippine Islands. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued.

44-41347   November 21, 1944   MACR 12791
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed North of Mindanao in The Mindanao Sea While on a Mission on Lumbia Airfield Mindanao Philippine Islands. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued.

44-41382   November 1, 1944   MACR 10460
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 (Zero) and Crashed in Guimaras Strait in The Philippine Islands While on a Mission on Alicante Airfield on Negros Island in The Philippine Islands. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (5) Crew Were Killed (2) By Strafing From Japanese Fighters. (5) Crew Were Rescued.

44-41387   November 16, 1944   MACR 10667
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Wama Airfield Morotai Island in The Maluku Islands Indonesia
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire From Japanese Ships and Crashed at Bobok Borneo Island Indonesia While on a Mission on The Japanese Fleet in Brunei Bay Borneo Island Indonesia. (10) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Survived and Was Rescued.

B-24L

44-41549   March 12, 1945   MACR 13311
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Crashed at Unknown Location in The Philippine Islands Due to Weather While on a Mission to Abteleil Plantation on Mindanao Philippine Islands. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

44-49840   March 12, 1945   MACR 13310
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Crashed From Unknown Cause into Kitanglad Mountain Mindanao in The Philippine Islands While on a Mission to Abteleil Plantation on Mindanao in The Philippine Islands. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-49848   April 8, 1945   MACR 14346
31st Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Shot Down By Gunfire From (8) Japanese Fighters and Crashed 3 Miles East of Cape Padaran French Indochina in The South China Sea While on a Reconnaissance Mission to Saigon French Indochina. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Was Killed. (10) Crew Rescued (3) By PBY Catalina (7) By a U.S. Navy Submarine USS Cobia SS-245.

44-49870   June 18, 1945   MACR 16211
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Crashed on Take off at Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands and Hit The Water and Exploded While on a Mission to Baikpapan Borneo Island. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

M-24M

44-41841   May 30, 1945   MACR 14739
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Crashed Near Borneo Indonesia in The Pacific Ocean After Number 1 and 2 Engines Failed While on a Mission to Sibu Borneo Indonesia. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (2) Crew Were Killed (1) When His Parachute Failed to Open. (9) Crew Were Rescued By a PBY Catalina.

44-41842   May 18, 1945   MACR 14469
72nd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Crashed Near Borneo Indonesia in The Pacific Ocean After 3 Engines Failed While on a Mission to Sibu Borneo Indonesia. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (3) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Were Rescued By a PBY Catalina.

44-41853   April 2, 1945   MACR 14252
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Lost From Unknown Cause Near or in The Philippine Islands While on an Observation Mission on The Northwest Sector of Negros Island in The Philippine Islands. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

44-51084   July 4, 1945   MACR 14883
23rd Bombardment Squadron 5th Bombardment Group 13th Air Force Guiuan Airfield Samar Island in The Philippine Islands
Lost From Unknown Cause in The Celebes Sea Area While on a Mission on Mandai Airfield Makassar Cebeles Indonesia. All (10) Crew Were Killed.
62-6000		VC-137C
Ca. 10/62: TOS USAF and assigned to the 89th Military Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD. President Kennedy had the airplane painted in its distinctive paint scheme. 
11/63: President Johnson was sworn in to office aboard this aircraft as it carried President Kennedy's body back to Washington, DC. 
1972: Became the back-up plane for the new SAM 27000. 
1/73: When former President Johnson died, his body was flown in this aircraft from Texas to Washington DC for funeral, and then returned to Texas. 
1989: Redesignated C-137C when no longer used to fly dignitaries.  
1/98: Last time this aircraft flew a sitting President was when the primary aircraft was stuck in the mud in Champaign, IL. This aircraft was stationed as back-up at Grissom AFB, IN and was dispatched to pick up President Clinton and flew him to La Crosse, WI and then to Washington, DC. The aircraft was then retired from service. 
5/98: Flew to the Air Force Museum.

85-6974		C-137C	
1970: Constructed as 707-382B.
2/13//70: TAP Air Portugal with c/r CS-TBF.
11/83: Buffalo Airways, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada with c/r N195BV.
1985: Seized from smugglers.
9/30/85 to 3/24/88: To E-Systems, Greenville, TX, for conversion to C-137C. The airplane was disassembled and completely overhauled to zero time with interior and communication system installation. All systems were functionally checked, exterior painted and completed several test flights.
10/85: TOS USAF.
3/24/88: Assigned to 1st Airlift Squadron, 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD, for transporting Vice-President, members of the Cabinet, Congressional leaders and other senior United States and foreign dignitaries.
2004: Boeing Military Modification Center, Wichita, KS.
6/04:  Scrapped.

59-5959		C-140A
1961: TOS USAF. 
Ca.1967 to ca.1974: 1867th Flight Checking Squadron, Clark Air Base, Philippines. Aircraft was used for combat flight inspection and navigation. It was hit by ground fire on two occasions in Viet Nam in 1968 damaging the left auxiliary fuel tank, the left elevator cover area and the left horizontal stabilizer. 
By 1975: 1868th Flight Checking Squadron, Rhein-Main AB, Germany. 
Unknown date: Richards Gebaur AFB, Kansas City, MO. 
1978: 1866th Facility Checking Squadron, Scott AFB, IL. 
1987: 1467th Facility Checking Squadron, 375th Aeromedical Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL. 
By 8/96: Scott Field Heritage Airpark, Scott AFB; last C-140A to be retired.

61-2492		VC-140B
7/62: TOS USAF. 
1/8/66: 99th Military Airlift Squadron, Andrews AFB, MD. 
Beginning 11/70: Converted for Presidential use, and then assigned to the 89th Military Airlift Wing at Andrews AFB.  
During its service it flew Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan. 
7/16/87: Flew to the Air Force Museum for permanent display.

61-2775		C-141A
8/22/63: Roll out, first C-141A built. Completed as test aircraft.
9/7/63: TOS USAF. Assigned to Air Materiel Command.
12/17/63: First flight.
1964: Air Materiel Command (later Systems Command), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
3/31/64: Redesignated JC-141A.
5/31/67: Redesignated  C-141A.
9/25/69: Converted to NC-141A.
12/12/69: Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
11/30/72:  4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
7/75: 4953rd Test Squadron, 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
Ca.8/90 to 2/91: Provided airlift support for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
5/91: Named "First of the Fleet". 
12/20/97 to 2/6/98: Was used for NASA Dryden "Eclipse Tow" program, in which an F-106 was towed into the air on a 1000-foot long towrope as a test to study the feasibility of launching the next generation of Space Shuttles from in-flight.
2/18/98: Ferried to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE.

61-2777		C-141A
1964: Third aircraft off the assembly line, used for testing.
1964 TOS USAF, assigned to 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH.
Unknown date: Converted to NC-141A. The most visible modification was the addition of a “tail can” that protruded out the back of the aircraft, which was used as a test platform for testing electronic countermeasure systems. It had three small radomes and a rack for installing the electronic equipment. The area was unpressurized and the tailcan created some limitations when loading any cargo. A side mounted radome was also attached just aft of the crew entrance door which was a housing for a test radar system (later removed).
7/75: 4953rd Test Squadron, 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
Named “the Gambler.”  Nose art with name included a half-filled beer mug, card deck, and poker chips; and a card hand with an Ace, a deuce, and three sevens.
9/27/94:  AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0010.
8/1/03: Broken up.

64-0615		C-141A	      
6/15/65: TOS USAF as C-141A, assigned to the 437th Military Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC.
Ca. 1980: Converted to C-141B
1999: 62nd Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA.
2/2/00: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB as CR0083.
Ca.2003: Scrapped.

64-0621		C-141A
1965: TOS USAF, assigned to the 1501st Air Transport Wing (Military Air Transport Service), Travis AFB, CA.
By 7/78: : 438th Military Airlift Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 11/96: 305th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ.
By 12/99: 437th Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC
4/5/00: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
Ca.2003: Scrapped.

64-0625		C-141A		
8/13/65: TOS USAF.			
8/65: 436th Military Airlift Wing (Military Airlift Command), Dover AFB, DE. 
12/11/65: Completed the longest non-stop flight ever logged by a Dover airlifter, flying from Yokota, Japan, to Dover AFB in 13 hours and 10 minutes. 
By 5/72: 62nd Military Airlift Wing (MAC), McChord AFB, WA.
Ca. 1980: Converted to C-141B.
1986: 459th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
By 4/89: 438th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ.
10/22/97: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0041.
8/27/03: Broken up.
11/03 Scrapped.

65-0234		C-141A
2/28/66: TOS USAF.
Ca.1979: Converted to C-141B
By 1980 to after 3/89: 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA.
Unknown date: (last unit) 62nd Military Airlift Wing/349th Military Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA.
4/2/99: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0066.
8/27/03: Broken up.
11/03: Scrapped.

65-0236		C-141A
3/9/66: TOS USAF and assigned to the 436th Military Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, DE. 
By 1973: 63rd Military Airlift Wing, Norton AFB, CA.
2/12/73: Participated in Operation Homecoming flying POWs from Hanoi, Vietnam to USA.
Unknown date: 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA.
3/79: 58th Airlift Squadron, 443rd Military Airlift Wing, Altus AFB, OK.
1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 11/88: 438th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ. 
8/93: Scott Field Heritage Park, Scott AFB, IL

65-0251		C-141A		
5/2/66: TOS USAF, assigned to 349th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA 
By 3/72 to after 3/92: 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA 
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B
1988: Provided airlift support for Operation Deep Freeze
By 3/97: 8th Airlift Squadron, 62nd Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA
4/3/01: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0121. 
8/28/03: Broken up.
1/04: Scrapped.

65-0261		C-141A	
6/14/66: TOS USAF, assigned to the 438th Military Airlift Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ
Ca. 1981: Converted to C-141B.
Ca. 1995: Converted to C-141C, assigned to the 445th Airlift Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
5/3/05: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0227.
After 1/08: Scrapped.

66-0129		C-141A
11/1/66: TOS USAF. 
11/66: Assigned to 62nd Military Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA.
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
4/17/96: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0023.
6/16/03: Broken up.

66-0161		C-141A
2/9/67: TOS USAF.
By 1969 to after 4/89: 62nd Military Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA.
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B. 
Unknown date (last unit): 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus AFB, OK.
10/14/04: GIA, 433rd Training Squadron, Lackland AFB, TX 
By 1/06: At KellyUSA (formerly Kelly AFB, TX) minus number 1 & 2 engines.

66-0165		C-141A	  
2/22/67: TOS USAF. 
By 3/69: 62nd Military Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA
By 9/71: 57th Military Airlift Squadron, 443rd Military Airlift Wing, Altus AFB, OK 
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B. 
By 4/83:  62nd Military Airlift Wing, McChord AFB,WA
By 9/98: 452nd Airlift Wing, March AFB, CA.
By 1999: 7th Airlift Squadron, 62nd Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA  
11/5/01: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0141.
Ca.2003: Scrapped

66-0169		C-141A
3/10/67: TOS USAF. 
By 1977: 437th Military Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 5/88: 438th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ.
By 2/03: 305th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ.
1/15/04: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0196.
2004: Scrapped.

66-0177		C-141A
4/4/67: TOS USAF and assigned to the 63rd Military Airlift Wing, Norton AFB, CA. 
2/12/73: First aircraft to touch down in Hanoi to bring POWs home. This C-141 airlifted the first American prisoners of war to freedom from Gia Lam Airport in Hanoi, North Vietnam. The Hanoi Taxi flew two missions into Hanoi, carrying out 78 POWs and two civilian returnees to the Philippines, and four missions from the Philippines to the United States, carrying 76 ex-POWs. 
Circa 1981: Converted into a C-141B. 
1994: 89th Airlift Squadron, 445th Airlift Wing at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
Circa 1997: Converted to C-141C. 
2002: Received its final programmed depot maintenance, and it was repainted as it appeared when it went to Hanoi in 1973 -- except for the Red Cross. It flew in these markings for the next four years.  
May 2004:  Maj. Gen. Edward J. Mechenbier, himself a POW repatriated from Vietnam, flew it back to Vietnam to repatriate the remains of two American service members killed in action. 
2005:  Used to help evacuate people affected by Hurricane Katrina. 
5/6/06: Made the last flight of a C-141 in USAF service when it landed at the Air Force Museum.

66-7950		C-141A
8/9/67: TOS USAF.
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 4/89: 6th Military Airlift Squadron, 438th Military Airlift Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ.
Ca.1995: Converted to C-141C. 
Ca.1995: 89th Airlift Squadron, 445th Airlift Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
5/20/05:  AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0228.
After 1/15/08: Broken up.

67-0018		C-141A		
11/15/67: TOS USAF.
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 1981: 62nd Military Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA.
3/2/01: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0116.
2003: Scrapped.

67-0023		C-141A
12/7/67: TOS USAF.
By 5/1969: 438th Military Airlift Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 5/82:63rd Military Airlift Wing, Norton AFB, CA.
By 8/92: 356th Airlift Squadron, 907th Airlift Group, Rickenbacker AFB, OH, as Spirit of Columbus.
4/93: Unit moved to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
10/94: 89th Airlift Squadron, 445th Airlift Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
10/6/95: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0013.
8/12/03: Broken up.

67-0028		C-141A
12/20/67: TOS USAF.
Ca.1/68: 63rd Military Airlift Wing, Norton AFB, CA.
Ca.1980: Converted to C-141B.
By 1999: 62nd Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA
6/25/01: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CR0128.
B-24D

41-11763   August 21, 1942   MACR 15698
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force (RAF Ramat David Airfield) British Palestine 
Ditched off Gavdos Island Southeast of Crete in The Mediterranean Sea While on a Mission on a German Convoy in The Mediterranean Sea. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Survived and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-11776   August 1, 1943   MACR 171
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Crashed From Unknown Cause at Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-11787   May 11, 1943   MACR 15074
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Aircraft and Crashed in Catania Harbor Sicily While on a Mission on Catania Harbor Sicily. Went into a Spin and Crashed (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

41-11798   March 18, 1943   MACR 15677
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Lost From Unknown Cause in The Mediterranean While on a Mission on The Harbor at Naples Italy. All (9) Crew Were Killed

41-11806   June 13, 1943   MACR 15547
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Collided With B-24D (41-23785) in Mid Air and Crashed in The Ionian Sea While on a Mission on Catania Harbor Sicily. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

41-11913   May 01, 1943   MACR 15083
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed into Reggio di Calibre Harbor Italy While on a Mission to Reggio di Calibre Harbor Italy. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed in The Water and Burst into Flames. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

41- 23715   May 1, 1943   MACR 16102
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Crashed From Unknown Cause into Reggio di Calibre Harbor Italy While on a Mission to Reggio di Calibre Harbor Italy. All (10) Crew Were Killed.
Crashed From Unknown Cause into Reggio di Calibre Harbor Italy While on a Mission to Reggio di Calibre Harbor Italy. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

41-23785   June 13, 1943   MACR 15649
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Collided With B-24D (41-11806) in Mid Air and Crashed in The Ionian Sea While on a Mission on Catania Harbor Sicily. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

41-23789   March 1, 1943   MACR 15673
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Ditched From Unknown Cause in The Mediterranean Sea While on a Mission on The Harbor at Naples Italy. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Were Rescued

41-24009   January 13, 1944
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Manduria Airfield Manduria Italy
Landing Accident at Brindisi Airfield Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

41-24197   August 1, 1943   MACR 168
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Crash Landed Near Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. Aircraft Caught Fire and Exploded. (5) Crew Were Killed. (1) After Bailed Out and His Parachute Failed to Open. (5) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-24231   July 2, 1943   MACR 23
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 15 to 20 km South Southwest of Lecce Italy While on a Mission on The Airfield at Leece Italy. Believed BF 109G-6 Flown By Lt. Karl Heinz Kapp From JG 27/II Stab. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 

42-40322   August 1, 1943   MACR 178
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 9th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 West of Kefallinia Island Greece Over The Ionian Sea While Returning Froma Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown By Uffz. Hans Flor of JG 27/4. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-40402   December 19, 1943   MACR 1641
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Manduria Airfield Manduria Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 Over Alta Badia Valley Near Badia Italy While Returning From a Mission on The Messerschmitt Aircraft Factory at Augsburg Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-40662   February 22, 1944   MACR 2588
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Leece Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 Northeast of Regensburg Germany While on a Mission on The Me 109 Aircraft Factory at Regensburg Germany. Believed BF 110G-2 Flown By Hptm. Rudolf Wengner of ZG1/5. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-41005   September 17, 1943
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 12th Air Force Benina Airfield Benghazi Libya North Africa
Take off Accident at Lete Liberia West Africa. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-41011   May 24, 1944   MACR 5414
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 3 km North of Wiesmath Austria While on a Mission on The Airfield at Wiener Neustadt Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-41240   May 2, 1944   MACR 4725
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 Southwest of Modena Italy While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Castel Miggiore Italy. BF 109G-6 Flown By Ofw. Rudolf Schmidt of JG 53/3. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-41255   November 2, 1943   MACR 1139
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Hergla Airfield Tunisia North Africa
Shot Down By Rocket From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 South of Furstenfeld Austria While on a Mission to Weiner Neustadt Austria. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. BF 109G-6 Flown By Uffz. Werner Hilbmann of JG 27/1. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-72782   January 13, 1944
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Manduria Airfield Manduria Italy
Take off Accident at Manduria Airfield Manduria Italy. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

B-24G

42-78124   October 24, 1944
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Galera Airfield Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on October 7, 1944.

42-78222   December 6, 1944
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause in Italy. All Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-78244   August 19, 1944   MACR 16454
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause in The Cavone River Mouth Matera Bay of Taranto Italy During Routine Gunnery Practice. All (9) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-78343   July 22, 1944   MACR 7054
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 at Liegeplaz Mizil Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown From Unknown Pilot of JG 77. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-78346   July 9, 1944   MACR 6860
43rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 25 Miles From Dragasani Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. (6) Crew Were Killed (1) During Bail Out. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-78348   July 9, 1944   MACR 6865
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Leece Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 South Southwest of Belgrade and Crashed Near Zara Yugoslavia While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown By Fw. Helmut Patzelt of JG 51/III Stab. (1) Crewman Killed. (10) Crew Bailed Out & Were Captured & Became POWs. Released 1945.

42-78375   August 7, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Brindisi Airfield Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Condemned.

42-78396   December 21, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Take off Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on December 1944.

42-78398   August 19, 1944   MACR 9717
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in Flames Near Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. (6) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-78424   August 15, 1944
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed on Take off at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.
B-24H

41-28777   June 26, 1944   MACR 6332
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Burst into Flames Over Schwechat Austria and Crashed at Essling Austria While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Schwechat Austria. (3) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and (5) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Crew Evaded Capture.

41-28806   April 30, 1944
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at San Pancrazio Airfield San Pancrazio Salentino Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

41-28825   May 29, 1944   MACR 5460
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Seimetzbach Austria While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Wiener Neustadt Austria. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (9) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-28848   September 4, 1944
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Take off Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

41-28928   June 5, 1944   MACR 6318
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Forli Italy While on The Marshalling Yards at Bologna Italy. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (10) Crew Were Captured and Became a POWs. Released in 1945.

41- 29325   March 8, 1945
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Collided With B-24J (44-10599) in Mid Air Over Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. Able to Land. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-50413   August 13, 1944
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-50417   September 12, 1944   MACR 8445
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Collided With B-24J (44-40324) in Mid Air and Crashed Near Landshut Germany While on a Mission on The Engine Factory at Allach Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51146   December 11, 1944   MACR 10609
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed at Kusina Yugoslavia After Number 1 and 2 Engines Failed While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Moosbierbaum Austria. All (13) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51168   September 5, 1944   MACR 8370
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Ferrara Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Ferrara Italy. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52734   February 19, 1945
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crash Landed Making Wheels Up Belly Landing at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy After Ran Out of Fuel. The Auxiliary Fuel Tanks Were Full. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-64483   February 22, 1944   MACR 2727
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire or Gunfire From Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 Near regensburg Germany While on a Mission on The Me 109 Aircraft Factory at Regensburg Germany. (10) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Was Blown Out and Survived and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-94917   June 9, 1944   MACR 6034
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Collided With B-24J (109841) in Mid Air and Ditched 10 Miles North of Bari Italy in The Adriatic Sea While Returning From a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Munich Germany. 6 to 8 Feet of The Left Wing Broke off and The Aircraft Hit The Water and Disintegrated. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-94942   January 13, 1945
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Gioia del Colle Airfield Apulia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-94998   March 19, 1945   MACR 13068
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed into a Mountain Near Kirshing Austria and Exploded While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Landshut Germany. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95352   October 16, 1944   MACR 9445
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed Near Zagrab Yugoslavia Due to Engine Trouble While on a Mission on The Aero Engine Factory at Steyr Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out (2) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (8) Crew Evaded Captured and Picked Up By Partisans.

42-95356   September 10, 1944   MACR 8268
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Vienna Austria While on a Mission on The South Arsenal at Vienna Austria. Able to Fly Until Aircraft Exploded and Crashed Near Papa Hungary. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95365   November 16, 1944
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Leece Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed in Italy After Ran Out of Fuel. All Crew Bailed Out and Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-95453   July 15, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Lost From Unknown Cause Over Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. Fate of Crew Unknown.

42-95463   July 15, 1944   MACR 7309
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air Blowing The Nose Section off. (6) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-24J

42-50575   March 22, 1945
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-51910   February 21, 1945   MACR 12698
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in Vienna Austria While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Matzleinsdorf Austria. (2) Crew Were Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-51989   April 8, 1945   MACR 13707
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Vipitano Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Vipitano Italy. Aircraft Took Direct Hit in Bomb Bay and Exploded and Disintegrated in Mid Air. Tail Turret and Tailplane and Wing Blown off. All (12) Crew Were Killed.

42-51994   October 14, 1944   MACR 9593
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Exploded in Mid Air and Crashed in Flames at Maribor Yugoslavia While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Maribor Yugoslavia. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52039   March 31, 1945   MACR 13487
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Linz Austria While on a Mission on The Railroad Station and Marshalling Yard at Linz Austria. Aircraft Exploded and Burst into Flames at Number 4 Engine and The Right Wing Broke off at Number 4 Engine. Aircraft Flipped Over on its Back and Went Straight Down. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-52058   February 7, 1945   MACR 12104
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Helenenschacht Austria While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Moosbierbaum Austria. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-64344   July 22, 1944   MACR 7053
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed Near Mihanice Yugoslavia Due to Engine Problems While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-64365   March 30, 1945
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-64393   June 18, 1944
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed on Take off at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-73076   August 7, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Foggia Main Airfield Foggia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-73077   April 2, 1944   MACR 3880
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed in Yugoslavia While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Steyr Austria. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Killed By German Soldiers. (1) Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945. (8) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-73136   June 24, 1944   MACR 11265
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed in Yugoslavia Due to Engine Trouble While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Believed Evaded Capture.

42-73138   February 22, 1944   MACR 2726
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 North of Regensburg Germany While on a Mission on The Me 109 Aircraft Factory at Regensburg Germany. BF 110G-2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of ZG 1. (10) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-73416   May 29, 1944   MACR 5443
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Ochsenkogel 5 km South of Fischbach Austria While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Wiener Neustadt Austria. BF 109G06 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (4) Crew Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-73423   April 2, 1944   MACR 3579
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Lost From Unknown Cause Over Yugoslavia While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Steyr Austria. Crew Fate Unknown. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-73424   March 29, 1944   MACR 3640
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Lost From Unknown Cause Over Italy While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Bolzano and Milan Italy. Crew Fate Unknown. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-73434   May 7, 1944   MACR 4788
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause West of Caracal Rumania While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Bucharest Rumania. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Crewman Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. (10) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-73439   June 11, 1944   MACR 6418
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landed in Turkey Due to Flak Damage to Number 1 Engine While on a Mission on Oil Installations at Constanta Rumania. All (11) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Turkey. Released on July 5 and 8, 1944 and Returned. Aircraft Fate Unknown.

42-78600   April 8, 1945   MACR 14860
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landed at Dubendorf Airfield Near Zurich Switzerland For Unknown Reason While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Vipitano Italy. All (12) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Returned in 1945.

42-78679   January 25, 1945
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crash Landed at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-99762   June 26, 1944   MACR 6446
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed West of Budapest Hungary While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Vienna Austria. (2) Crew Were Killed (1) After Bailed Out. (10) Crew Bailed Out and (9) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-99858   August 18, 1944   MACR 15306
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Ploesti Rumania and Crashed at Vurbaka 3 km South of Dolna Gnojnitsa Bulgaria While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-99860   December 29, 1944   MACR 11089
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Lienz on The Drau Austria While Returning From a Mission on Brenner Pass Austria. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (10) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

42-100250   January 19, 1945
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Take off Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-100259   June 24, 1944   MACR 6437
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 at Radomir Bulgaria While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Ploesti Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown By Major Karl Rammelt of JG 51/II Stab. (7) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed But (2) Died of Their Wounds. (2) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100266   February 25, 1944   MACR 2699
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Kelheim Southwest of Regensburg Germany While on a Mission to Regensburg Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-109801   June 13, 1944   MACR 6417
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed 2 Miles Off Ancona Italy in The Adriatic Sea After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (2) Crew Were Killed Believed By Drowning. (9) Crew Survived and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-24J

42-109813   November 11, 1944   MACR 9880
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed in The Adriatic Sea After Turned Back While on a Mission on The Avisio Viaduct Italy. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-109841   January 29, 1945
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-109848   April 2, 1944   MACR 3578
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Austria While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Steyr Austria. Believed All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-109849   August 15, 1944   MACR 15195
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Crashed on Take off at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy at Night While on a Mission Against The Enemy Coast Prior of The Landing of U.S. Troops on The Southern Coast of France. All (10) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed

42-109916   July 31, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-109917   December 6, 1944
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

44-10546   July 22, 1944   MACR 7152
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 5 Miles Southwest of Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. Number 1 Engine Was Blown off and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Was Killed. (10) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-10559   March 8, 1945   MACR 12825
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Collided With B-24J in Mid Air and Flipped Over on its Back and Went into a Spin and Crashed in The Adriatic Sea While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Komarom Hungary. Aircraft Exploded on Impact. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

44-10599   March 8, 1945
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Collided With B-24H (41-29525) in Mid Air Over Lecce Airfield Leece Italy and Crashed. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-40148   January 5, 1945
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Salvaged on July 30, 1945.

44-40324   September 12, 1944   MACR 8748
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Collided With B-24H (42-50417) in Mid Air and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed 2 km East of Adlkofen East of Landshut Germany While on a Mission on The Engine Factory at Allach Germany. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-40494   June 6, 1944   MACR 6101
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crash Landed Near Tapola Yugoslavia While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (11) Crew Survived and Evaded Capture With The Help of The Chetniks of Yugoslavia.

44-40631   November 22, 1944   MACR 10009
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Ferrara Italy While on a Mission on a Railroad Bridge at Ferrara Italy. Aircraft Broke in Half and Crashed. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-41047   August 10, 1944   MACR 7476
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. Aircraft Caught Fire and Went into a Spin and Exploded in Mid Air About 2,000 Feet Above The Ground and Crashed South of Valeni Rumania. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Believed Evaded Capture and Returned.

44-41160   August 22, 1944   MACR 10643
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed South of Papa Hungary While on a Mission on The Oil Storage Installations at Lobau Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-41185   August 14, 1944   MACR 7952
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 12 Miles Southwest of Bucharest Rumania While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture and Returned.

B-24L

44-49041   November 12, 1944   MACR 9899
344th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Trento Italy While on a Mission on The Avisio Viaduct Trento Italy. The Tail Section Was Blown to The Left and The Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. All (12) Crew Were Killed.

44-49260   February 17, 1945
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Condemned on February 22, 1945.

44-50225   March 15, 1945   MACR 12998
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Schwechat Austria. (2) Engines Out But Still Able to Fly on (2) Engines. Last Report Was Aircraft Was Headed to Hungary or Yugoslavia or Russian Lines. Unknown if Crashed or Forced Landed. Must of Made it as All (11) Crew Returned Per MACR.

B-24M

44-50449   March 1, 1945   MACR 12819
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 40 Miles North of Zara Yugoslavia While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Moosbierbaum Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (8) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture.

44-50615   March 17, 1945
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Ground Accident While Parked at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. Aircraft Destroyed By Fire. Condemned on March 17, 1945.

44-50654   April 8, 1945   MACR 13708
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Marana Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Vipitano Italy. 
Aircraft Exploded on Impact. (4) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

B-24D

41-11817   March 20, 1944
415th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Leece Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired. Salvaged on July 5, 1944.

42-41033   January 15, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Manduria Airfield Manduria Italy
Taxiing Accident at Manduria Airfield Manduria Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 

42-72908   March 12, 1944
343rd Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Taxiing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

B-24J

42-100254   March 27, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-100256   March 29, 1944
345th Bombardment Squadron 98th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Lecce Airfield Leece Italy
Landing Accident at Lecce Airfield Leece Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.
49-326/358	Boeing B-50 Superfortress
	340 as ‘9340’ flown in study of atomic weapon effects on B-50 aircraft, Operation Dropshot-Knothole, Nevada Test Site, Apr 
		1953 (film).
	371 as ‘9371’ flown in study of atomic weapon effects on B-50 aircraft, Operation Dropshot-Knothole, Nevada Test Site, Apr 
		1953 (film).

70-1057/1185	Ryan AQM-34L Firebee
	1142 ‘M35’ noted at Edwards AFB, CA, Oct 5 1980 (photo).

90-26240/26308	Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
	26242 noted at Redstone Arsenal, AL, Sep 10 2018 (photo).
	26302 noted at Redstone Arsenal, AL, Sep 10 2018 (photo).

17-01609	Bombardier Dash 8-315
	01609 (msn.315) ex N171AV, ‘Golden Knights’, noted at Cleveland National Airshow, OH, Sep 2 2018 (photo).
B-24H

41-29384   May 28, 1944
787th Bombardment Squadron 466th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England Due to Engine Failure. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-51134   September 1, 1944
784th Bombardment Squadron 466th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause at (RAF Horsham St. Faith Airfield) Station USAAF-123 Norfolk England. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42 52562   March 27, 1944
785th Bombardment Squadron 466th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at North Hoe Green England. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

B-24J

42-110146   June 12, 1944
785th Bombardment Squadron 466th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Rackheath Airfield) Station USAAF-145 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-110157   December 5, 1944
786th Bombardment Squadron 466th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Repaired Later and Flown to USA on June 9, 1945. Fate Unknown.

44-40067   October 8, 1944
786th Bombardment Squadron 466th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Attlebridge Airfield) Station USAAF-120 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Declared War Weary. Repaired and Used as Weather Ship. Fate Unknown.
B-24D

42-40751   February 11, 1944
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England While Returning From a Mission on The V-1 Rocket Site at Siracourt France. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Condemned on August 22, 1944.

42-40773   October 3, 1943
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crash Landed 1 Mile North of of Marrakech Morocco After Ran Out of Fuel. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Condemned on October 4, 1943.

B-24H

42-50378   July 2, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed on Take off at on The Runway at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-94964   May 11, 1944
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed on Take off at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

B-24J

42-50474   May 9, 1945
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-50739   November 9, 1944
567th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Ground Looped at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-100046   February 10, 1944
565th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Exploded From Unknown Cause at Ringland Norfolk England. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-10537   March 25, 1945
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Taxiing Accident Due to Structural Failure at (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired. One Source Has it Later Returning to USA.

B-24LHO

44-49279   February 4, 1945
564th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed During Wheels Up Belly Landing at Ashwellthorpe Norfolk 3 Miles South of (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England While on a Test Flight. (2) Engines Cut Out When The Fuel Selector Valves Were Switched Incorrectly. (1) Crewman Was Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Condemned and Salvaged August 6, 1945.

B-24M

44-50688   May 20, 1945
566th Bombardment Squadron 389th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Hethel Airfield) Station USAAF-114 Norfolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause at Manea Cambridgeshire England. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed.
B-24G

42-78224   February 16, 1945   MACR 12490
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed at Udine Italy Due to Engine Failure While on a Mission to Newburg Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (3) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (7) Crew Landed in Partisans Area and Were Rescued.

42-78229   August 17, 1944   MACR 7682
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 30 km North Northeast of Prizren Yugoslavia While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-78268   March 14, 1945   MACR 12496
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed 6 km Southwest of Graz Austria After 2 Engines Failed While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Neustadt Austria. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-78279   June 11, 1944   MACR 15148
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy After 1 Engine Failed and Aircraft Aborted The Mission on The Oil Installations at Giurpiu Rumania. Aircraft Had Full Bomb Load. Aircraft Wing Dropped and Aircraft Went into a Dive and Crashed and Exploded. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-78298   June 11, 1944   MACR 5821
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed Near Giurpiu Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Installations at Giurpiu Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 77/7. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-78439   August 3, 1944   MACR 7677
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Landed at Dubendorf Airfield Near Zurich Switzerland From Unknown Cause While Returning From a Mission on The Raderach Chemical Works at Friedrichshafen Germany. All (10 Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Returned in 1945. Aircraft Returned on September 13, 1945.

42-78456   September 29, 1944
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Taxiing Accident at Lyon/Bron Airfield Y-6 Bron France. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

B-24H

41-28780   May 29, 1944   MACR 5666
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 2 km South of Seebenstein Austria While on a Mission on The Indistrial Areas at Weiner Neustadt Austria. (3) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Was Killed Trying to Escape.

41-28803   October 14, 1944   MACR 9605
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed at Dobretin Yugoslavia Due to Engine Failure While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Edrsekujvac Hungary. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and Returned.

41-28890   February 1, 1945   MACR 11836
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Southeast of Pecs Hungary While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Moosbierbaum Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out Over Russian Lines and Returned.

41-28937   November 16, 1944   MACR 9886
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Salzburg Germany and Ditched in The East Adriatic Sea While on a Mission on The West Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (7) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

41-29513   May 10, 1944   MACR  4711
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Rust Austria While on a Mission to Weiner Neustadt Austria. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed and Exploded on Impact. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-29531   May 10, 1944   MACR 4746
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Weiner Neustadt Austria While on a Mission to Weiner Neustadt Austria. Aircraft Caught Fire and Went into a Spin and Crashed. (9) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-50394   September 18, 1944
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Take off Accident at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on September 18, 1944.

42-50396   September 16, 1944
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Forced Landing at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy Due to Engine Failure. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-52438   August 20, 1944   MACR 7687
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed at Szolnok Hungary After Hit By Bombs Dropped From B-24s Above Formatiom While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Szolnok Hungary. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Aia and Tail Section Broke off. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52576   May 4, 1944
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Collided With B-24H (42-52660) in Mid Air Over Italy. Able to Land. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-52602   June 13, 1944   MACR 6416
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Mutters Near Innsbruck Austria While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52632   August 22, 1944   MACR 7961
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed 10 km South of Papa Hungary While on a Mission on The Oil Storage at Lobau Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52635   February 7, 1945   MACR 12129
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed at Lake Balaton Hungary After Engines Failed and Ran Out of Fuel While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Vienna Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

42-52653   April 25, 1945   MACR 13993
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crash Landed at Kecskemet Aerodrome Hungary After Damaged By Flak While on Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Linz Austria. All (9) Crew Survived and Returned. (5) Crew Had Bailed Out and (4) Crew Stayed With The Aircraft.

42-52660   May 4, 1944
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Collided With B-24H (42-52576) in Mid Air Over Italy. Able to Land. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

42-52661   June 13, 1944   MACR 6017
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Landed at Dubendorf Airfield Near Zurich Switzerland Due to Engine Trouble While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. All (10) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Returned in 1945. Aircraft Returned on September 19, 1945.

42-52667   October 23, 1944   MACR 9512
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Ditched 25 Miles off The Coast of Italy in The Adriatic Sea Due to Engine Failure While on a Mission on The Aircraft Engine Factory at Munich Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Survived and Were Rescued By a British Air Sea Rescue Boat.

42-52671   June 11, 1944   MACR 6014
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed Near Russe Bulgaria While on a Mission on The Oil Installations at Giurpiu Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 77/7. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52677   May 29, 1944   MACR 5785
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed South of Graz Austria While on a Mission to Weiner Neustadt Austria. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (7) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52679   June 13, 1944   MACR 6305
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 East of Munich Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. BF 110G-2 Flown By Uffz. Rieber of ZG 76/3. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

B-24H

42-52684   June 11, 1944   MACR 6096
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 at Petrosani Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Installations at Giurpiu Rumania. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 77/7. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Bailed Out and (3) Were Captured and Became POWs. (1) Died of His Wounds. (1) Drowned After Landed in Lake.

42-52689   June 12, 1944
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crash Landed at Pantanella Airfield Foggia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-52697   August 28, 1944   MACR 11702
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed at Sokolac Yugoslavia Due to Engine Failure and Low on Fuel While Returning From a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Szolnok Hungary. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-52700   April 22, 1945
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Landing Accident at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Salvaged on May 4, 1945.

42-52715   June 13, 1944   MACR 6306
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Walchsee Austria While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. Believed BF 109G-6 Flown By Fw. Robert Weber of JG 300/2. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52740   January 30, 1945
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause at Gioia del Colle Airfield Apulia Italy. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-52773   May 31, 1944   MACR 5428
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52774   November 17, 1944   MACR 9931
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Ditched in The Adriatic Sea While Returning From a Mission on Floridsdorf Refinery at Vienna Austria After 2 Engines Were Knocked By Flak Over The Target. Aircraft Broke in Half. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Survived and Was Rescued By Partisians.

42-52775   December 6, 1944   MACR 10222
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause at Mahrenberg Near Marburg Germany While Returning From a Mission to Maribor Yugoslavia. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94730   May 4, 1944
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Take off Accident at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-94734   May 31, 1944   MACR 5429
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Ploesti Rumania While on a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94740   June 26, 1944   MACR 6329
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Chorherrn Near Tullin Austria While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Korneuburg Austria. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 300. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94741   June 13, 1944   MACR 6097
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed South Southeast of Carole Italy While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Munich Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Ofw. Albert Ullrich of JG 77/6. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out & (4) Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Evaded Capture.

42-94746   November 1, 1944   MACR 9701
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crash Landed From Unknown Cause Near Karencia Yugoslavia While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Austria. (2) Crew Bailed Out and With The (9) Crew That Stayed With The Aircraft All Survived and Evaded Capture.

42-94751   June 27, 1944
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crash Landed at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-95275   January 15, 1945   MACR 11287
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed Near Prnjavor Yugoslavia While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. All (10) Bailed Out and (1) Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. (9) Crew Survived and (7) Were Rescued By Partisians. (2) Crew Captured By Chetniks and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95369   August 24, 1944   MACR 7959
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause in The Adriatic Sea While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Ferrara Italy. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Was Killed. (9) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

B-24J

42-50528   February 21, 1945   MACR 12455
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Pecs Hungary While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. All (11) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Died of His Wounds. (1) Was Captured and Became a POW. Liberated in 1945. Believed (9) Crew Landed in Friendly Territory and Returned.

42-50642   May 31, 1944   MACR 15169
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed Near Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy After Ran out of Fuel While Circling For a Landing While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refineries at Ploesti Rumania. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Crewman Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. (9) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-50934   December 17, 1944   MACR 10679
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Rocket From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed North of Wenzeldorf Czechoslovakia While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Odertal Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Fw. Rudolf Zwesken of JG 300/6. (8) Crew Were Killed (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51806   October 13, 1944   MACR 9064
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in The Aspern Vienna Austria Area While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51835   December 17, 1944   MACR 10492
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-10/R2 2 km Northeast of Deutsch-Liebau Czechoslovakia While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Odertal Germany. BF 109G-10/R2 Flown By Lt. Werner Kraft From JG 300/7. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

42-51851   February 21, 1945   MACR 12453
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Raab Austria While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. (3) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51852   November 4, 1944   MACR 9678
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Augsburg Germany. Able to Fly to Italy and Crashed Near Cerignola Italy. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (2) Crew Bailed Out Over Erding Germany and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (8) Crew Bailed Out Near Cerignola Italy and Returned.

42-51882   February 20, 1945   MACR 12094
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Dogna Italy While on a Mission to Bolzano Italy. Aircraft Broke in Half and Caught Fire and Exploded on Impact. (9) Crew Were Killed (3) During Bail Out. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-51925   November 20, 1944   MACR 9946
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in Yugoslavia While Returning From a Mission on The South Synthetic Oil Refinery at Blechhammer Germany. All (11) Crew Survived and Returned.

42-51967   March 4, 1945   MACR 12904
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Graz Austria While on a Mission to Graz Austria. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-52002   February 7, 1945   MACR 12076
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Vienna Austria While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Vienna Austria. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Returned.

42-52016   April 23, 1945   MACR 13990
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Made an Emergency Landing at Kecskemet Aerodrome Hungary Due to Engine Trouble From Flak Damage While on a Mission to Vienna Austria. All (11) Crew Survived and Returned. Aircraft Remained in Russian Control and Fate Unknown.

42-52041   February 21, 1945   MACR 12462
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed and Burned Near Oberwartz Austria While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Liberated on April 29, 1945 By General Pattons 3rd Army Troops.

42-99851   November 20, 1944   MACR 9974
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission on The South Synthetic Oil Refinery at Blechhammer Germany and Crashed at Lake Balaton Hungary on Return Trip. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-40648   November 16, 1944
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Landing Accident at Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy While Returning From a Mission on The West Marshalling Yard at Munich Germany. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-41116   August 22, 1944   MACR 8395
824th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed Southwest of Papa Hungary While on a Mission on The Oil Storage at Lobau Vienna Austria. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 302. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-41120   December 9, 1944   MACR 10248
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Lost From Unknown Cause at Unknown Location in Italy While on a Mission on The Industrial Area at Linz Austria. All Aircraft on Mission Were Recalled Due to Bad Weather. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-41145   January 15, 1945   MACR 11289
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Kirchberg Near Wagram Austria Due to Mechanical Failure While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (1) Crewman Was Killed. (10) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-41147   January 20, 1945   MACR 11535
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed From Unknown Cause in The Adriatic Sea While Returning From a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Linz Austria. All (11) Crew Were Killed.

44-48828   February 17, 1945   MACR 12701
826th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Crashed on a Small Island 5 Miles West of Sibenik Yugoslavia After Collided With B-24J While on a Mission on The Shipyards at Trieste Italy. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed and Exploded on Impact. (10) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

B-24L

44-49580   March 22, 1945   MACR 13120
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire While on a Mission to Vienna Austria. Believed Landed in Russian Territory in Czechoslovakia. All (11) Crew Survived and Returned. Aircraft Reportedly Ended Up in Russian Service. Fate Unknown.

44-49858   February 21, 1945   MACR 12454
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Neunkirchen Austria While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Vienna Austria. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-49936   March 1, 1945   MACR 12508
827th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Veresen Tetvasceny Hungary While Returning From a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Moosbierbaum Austria. All (11) Crew Bailed Out and (5) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (6) Crew Evaded Capture.

B-24M

44-50437   March 23, 1945   MACR 13816
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Made an Emergency Landing at Kecskemet Aerodrome Hungary Due to Flak Damage While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Vienna Austria. All (11) Crew Survived and Returned. Aircraft Remained in Russian Control and Fate Unknown.

44-50762   April 25, 1945   MACR 13994
825th Bombardment Squadron 484th Bombardment Group 15th Air Force Torretto Airfield Foggia Italy
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Linz Austria While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Linz Austria. The Tail Section Broke off and Aircraft Started Breaking Up and Went into a Spin and Crashed. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
References

1. Glenn Chatfield
2. Vesto Haas
3. John Andrade
4. Lawrence Bloodgood