Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised May 21, 2017


50-0429 (MSN 580-5282) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14675. (1(F) OTU) w/o Jan 07, 1954
50-0430 (MSN 580-5283) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14676. To Greece AF as 50430
50-0443 (MSN 580-5296) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14677. To Turkish AF on Jul 19, 1955 as 50-0443.Wfu
50-1275 (MSN 580-5311) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14679. To Turkish AF on Jul 17, 1955 as 50-1275
50-1276 (MSN 580-5312) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14680. To Turkish AF on May 14, 1955 as 50-1276. Crashed on Nov 8, 1982 in Turkey
51-4063 (MSN 580-5357) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14681. To Turkish AF on May 19, 1955 as 51-4063.
51-4064 (MSN 580-5358) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14682. To Greece AF as 14064. Wfu
51-4065 (MSN 580-5359) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14683. To Greece AF as 14065. Wfu
51-4091 (MSN 580-5385) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14687. To Greece AF as 14091. Wfu
51-4092 (MSN 580-5386) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14688. Returned to USAF.
51-4093 (MSN 580-5387) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14689. To Greece AF as 14093. Wfu
51-4119 (MSN 580-5413) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14684. To Turkish AF on May 14, 1955. Crashed on Jul 27, 1973 in Turkey
51-4121 (MSN 580-5415) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14685. To Turkish AF in 1955 as 51-4121
51-4146 (MSN 580-5440) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14686. To Greece AF as 14146. Wfu
51-4156 (MSN 580-5450) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14690. To Turkish AF on May 14, 1955 as 51-4156
51-4157 (MSN 580-5451) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14691. On display at city of Cumberland, Maryland
51-4197 (MSN 580-5491) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14694. Returned to USAF.
51-4245 (MSN 580-5540) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14693. Returned to USAF

 41-8857 PT-17-BW MSN 75-2416. To civil register as N68253 but crashed on 
July 10, 1975. 
42-16663 E75N1 MSN 75-4826. On civil register as N55180 and to G-CJIN 
on March 31, 2017. 
42-36375 L-4A Grasshopper MSN 8499. Registration G-AKAZ cancelled on March 27, 
2017 on export to France. 
60-3568 UH-1B Iroquois MSN 214. Registration N70NW cancelled and re-registered 
February 8, 2013 as N9970F with Northern Pioneer 
Helicopters,Big Lake, Alaska. 
61-2974 O-1E Bird Dog MSN 305M-0020. Registration PH-JMC cancelled in 
March 2017 and to Iceland as TF-TBO. 
62-3759 OH-23G Raven In September 1996 preserved at Brandwine Helicopter 
Museum, Brandywine, Pennsylvania. 
63-8440 GF-5B Freedom Fighter MSN N8003. In November 2016 noted at the Western Sky 
Warbird Museum, St. George, Utah. 
66-0782 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 5265. Registration SE-JOK cancelled on February 
10, 2017 and to N353RC with Rotor Concepts Llc, 
Lakeside, Nevada on February 14, 2017. 
66-16265 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 5959. Named “The Judge” with 129th Assault 
Helicopter Company in Vietnam in 1969. 
66-17099 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 9293. To N806YB on the inventory of Dakota Air 
Parts, Fargo, North Dakota in February 2017. 
66-18033 U-21A Ute MSN LM-34. On January 29, 2014 to Belgium as 
OO-LAD. 
67-16897 TH-55A Osage MSN 1004. To N467MC. 
70-15571 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41122. Noted in scrap compound at Coleman 
Barracks, West Germany in September 1979. 
74-22443 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 13767. Retired from service on 20 October 2016 
from the United States Army Test and Evaluation 
Command, Laguna Army Air Field, Yuma, Arizona. 
74-22478 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 13802. Retited from service with Range Operations 
White Sands Missile Range and registered as N670SP on 
January 10, 2017 with Department of Public Safety, Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana. 
74-22482 UH-1V Iroquois MSN 13806. Retired from service on 20 October 2016 
from the United States Army Test and Evaluation 
Command, Laguna Army Air Field, Yuma, Arizona. 
80-0186 A-10C Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0536. On 31 October 2016 transferred to The 
Captain Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation 
Educational Institute, McMinnville, Oregon. 
80-0486 F-16A Block 10C MSN 61-207. Named “The Hunter” with 162nd FG 
Arizona ANG in June 1993. 
83-0071 B-1B Lancer MSN 8. Named “Spitfire” with 7th Wing in October 1993. 
84-0051 B-1B Lancer MSN 11. Named “Boss Hawg” with 7th Wing in October 
1993. 
84-0103 Learjet C-21A MSN 35A-549. Named “Continental Divide” with 744th 
ALF in October 1993. 
85-0072 B-1B Lancer MSN 32. Named “Polarized” with 7th Wing in October 
1993. 
85-0073 B-1B Lancer MSN 33. Named “Cerberus” with 7th Wing in October 
1993. Active with 9th BS/7th BW at Dyess AFB in 2016. 
85-0079 B-1B Lancer MSN 39. Named “Deadwood Dealer” with 28th BW in 
October 1993. With 34th BS on 25 April 2010 as noted at 
Barksdale AFB Airshow and again at Langley AFB in May 
13, 2011. 
86-24510 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 701007. Active in October 2016 with United States 
Army Test and Evaluation Command, Laguna Army Air 
Field, Yuma, Arizona. 
86-24543 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 701055. Active in October 2016 with United States 
Army Test and Evaluation Command, Laguna Army Air 
Field, Yuma, Arizona. 
88-1865 C-23B Sherpa MSN SH3205. To N865AW with Win Win Aviation, 
Wake Forest, North Carolina on March 30, 2017. 
88-26030 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 701240. Active in October 2016 with United States 
Army Test and Evaluation Command, Laguna Army Air 
Field, Yuma,Arizona. 
89-00143 CH-47D Chinook MSN M3279. As A15-151 with Australian Army Aviation 
Corps noted in Decemebr 2016 as instructional airframe at 
Robertson Barracks, Darwin. 
89-00163 CH-47D Chinook MSN M3317. As A15-152 with Australian Army Aviation 
Corps now preserved at the SAS History & Research 
Centre at Campbell Barracks, Swanbourne, Perth. 
89-26140 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 701368. Active in October 2016 with United States 
Army Test and Evaluation Command, Laguna Army Air 
Field, Yuma, Arizona. 
12-27336 UH-60M Black Hawk MSN 704258. Active with 9th Aviation Battalion Royal 
Thai Army as 7336 in January 2017. 
P-47G 42-25025 (338th FG, 305th FS) crashed into SBD-4 BuNo 10376 during takeoff at Dale Mabry Field, FL Dec 16, 1943.
SBD-4 10376 (c/n 2306) destroyed in the crash of P-47G 42-25025 while parked at Dale Mabry Field, FL Dec 16, 1943.
F6F-3 40177 (VF-3) crashed after midair collision with Kittyhawk Mk.III 833 7 mi NW of Smith Island, WA Nov 5, 1943. 
	Pilot bailed out, but never found. SOC Nov 7, 1943.
P-40M 43-5699 (c/n 27386) to RCAF as 833 Jan 26, 1943. Crashed after midair collison with F6F-3 40177 7 mi NW 
of Smith Island, WA Nov 5, 1943. Pilot killed. SOC Nov 9, 1943.
P-40M 43-5691 (c/n 27379) to RCAF as 834 Jan 26, 1943.
40-1669 PT-13B (MSN 75-2265) became N4312E, then N61986, and now VH-JLA. 
Both of the following planes, which were at Huntington, IN, are on the southern-most ramp at the NMUSAF restoration area on 4/18/17: 
51-6745 T-33A (it was erroneously marked as 51-6754 when repainted—you have both numbers at Huntington, IN) 
57-1322 F-104D 
60-0197 T-37B was scrapped 2014 
61-2919 T-37B was scrapped 2014 
67-14753 T-37B went to Colombia in June 1992 as FAC2116 
94-0261 is now an RC-26B, but don’t know when that happened; first photo I found that way is 2008.

 40-2617 PT-19 MSN T40-316. To Royal Norwegian Air Force as 121 and 
written off on January 5, 1955. 
41-15373 PT-22 MSN 1402. To civil registry as N48749 and on display in 
July 2015 at the Museu Asas de Um Sonho (Wings of a 
Dream Museum), São Carlos, Brazil. 
42-708 Noorduyn AT-16-ND MSN 14-245. Still active as SE-BII and took up residence 
from Sweden at Old Warden, Bedfordshire, UK on 
October 29, 2015. 
42-15491 M-62A-4 Cornell I MSN T43-4361. Civil reg’n G-CEVL cancelled on 
October 21, 2015 and registered as G-CRNL the same day. 
42-15681 PT-13B MSN 75-3870. To civil registry as N50742 on October 25, 
1979 and still current. 
42-17681 PT-13D MSN 75-5844. To civil registry as N1723B but cancelled 
on September 9, 1988 then to SE-KFT. Current as 
D-EMDV. 
42-17841 PT-13D MSN 75-6004. On civil registry as N4870N and active at 
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in September 2015. 
42-23951 C-47A-35-DL MSN 9813. As C-FCQT in October 2015 transported to 
Saskatoon to form part of the Saskatchewan Aviation 
Museum and Learning Centre being set up there. 
42-92408 C-47A-1-DK Skytrain MSN 12205. As C9-STF delivered in April 1991 to Scan 
Transportes Aéreos Maputo and withdrawn from use in 
1996. Preserved at Ratanga Junction Amusement Park, 
Cape Town and still present in January 2015. 
42-92709 C-47A-10-DK Skytrain MSN 12540. Re-registered as VH-XUX on July 28, 
2015 to Ralph Gordon Chrystal, Larras Lee, New South 
Wales. 
42-92712 C-47A-10-DK Skytrain MSN 12543. As Basler BT-67 active with Force Aerienne 
Islamique de Mauritanie as 5T-MAH. 
42-93009 C-47A-20-DK Skytrain MSN 12873. As VH-BPL donated to Qantas Founders 
Outback Museum, Longreach on February 20, 2004. 
42-99372 L-5B Sentinel MSN 76-1613. To Italian Air Force as MM52854 then 
to civil registry as I-AEGR with Aero Club di Varese. 
Still active at Varese in September 2015. 
44-79865 L-4H Grasshopper MSN 12161. Registered as G-BHPK on February 26, 1980 
and still active in July 2016. 
50-150 C-119C-20-FA Flying Boxcar MSN 10468. Named “Miss Birmingham” with 317th TC 
Wing. 
55-3290 U-1A Otter MSN 141. Withdrawn from service in 1972 and to N80939. 
64-18169 TH-55A Osage MSN 36-0481. Registration G-SHPP cancelled on 
December 9, 2008 as being destroyed. 
65-0932 RF-4C-27-MC Phantom MSN 1686. Named “Charlie” with 173rd RS/Nebraska 
ANG in May 1993. 
65-0939 RF-4C-28-MC Phantom MSN 1745. Named “Lady Di” with 173rd RS/Nebraska 
ANG in May 1993. 
65-12718 T-42A Cochise MSN TF-40. Withdrawn from service in 1993. To 
N155TA. 
66-0140 C-141B Starlifter MSN 300-6166. Named “Burlington Flyer” with 438th AW 
in May 1993. 
66-0428 RF-4C-30-MC Phantom MSN 2220. Named “Rambo II The Sequel” with 173rd RS 
Nebraska ANG in May 1993. 
66-8306 C-5A Galaxy MSN 500-0004. Named “City of San Antonio” with 68th 
ALS in September 1993. 
66-16572 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 8766. To Bell Helicopter Textron, Ozark, Alabama as 
N482SD, refurbished and cancelled on December 28, 2016. 
To Kenya as KAF 1505. 
66-16615 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 8809. As H-10 noted in August 2012 as instructional 
airframe with the Escuela de Suboficiales de la Fuerza 
Aérea at Córdoba. 
67-16990 TH-55A Osage MSN 29-1097. To N20909 and current as N41G. 
67-17155 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 9353. To Bell Helicopter Textron, Ozark, Alabama as 
N4491Z, refurbished and cancelled on December 28, 2016. 
To Kenya as KAF1504. 
67-17772 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 9970. To Bell Helicopter Textron, Ozark, Alabama 
as N464XA, refurbished and cancelled on December 28, 
2016. To Kenya as KAF1503. 
67-18377 TH-55A Osage MSN 0689. To civil register as N378MC but cancelled on 
July 3, 1997. 
69-6514 FB-111A MSN B1-76. Named “Double Trouble” wth 509th Bomb 
Wing in January 1989 with the inscription “B-24H 
42-52177 453 Bomb Group, 733 Bomb Squadron, RAF 
Old Buckenham 2 Dec 1943 - 9 May 1945” (presumably 
the original “Double Trouble”). 
69-15332 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 11620. To Bell Helicopter Textron, Ozark, Alabama 
as N464QA, refurbished and cancelled on December 28, 
2016. To Kenya as KAF1500. 
69-15579 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 11867. To Bell Helicopter Textron, Ozark, Alabama 
as N476YB, refurbished and cancelled on December 28, 
2016. To Kenya as KAF1501. 
69-15910 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 12198. To Bell Helicopter Textron, Ozark, Alabama 
as N4705B, refurbished and cancelled on December 28, 
2016. To Kenya as KAF1502. 
69-15940 UH-1V Iroquois MSN 12228. In service with Philippine Air Force as 940 
and crashed on December 6, 2013. 
71-0794 A-37B Dragonfly MSN 43332. With Republic of Korea Air Force as 10-794. 
71-1454 U-17B MSN 185-02000. In service in January 2014 with Royal 
Thai Army as 1454. 
72-21409 OH-58C Kiowa MSN 42075. To civil register as N616WC on May 17, 
2016. 
73-21802 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 13490. To civil register as N1096C on January 25, 
2017. 
73-22097 UH-1V Iroquois MSN 13580. To civil register as N796YV on December 
13, 2016. 
74-22372 UH-1V Iroquois MSN 13696. To civil register as N617WC on December 8, 
2016. 
74-22482 UH-1V Iroquois MSN 13806. T 
67-15450/15869	Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
		15455 AH-1F tail-boom noted at K-9 Village, Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ. 24SEP14.

88-1861/1870	Short C-23B Sherpa
		1870 for sale by GSA Auctions at NASA Wallops Island, VA, Apr 21 2017 as IFB 91QSCI-17-126 lot 601.

91-00230/00271	Boeing Helicopters CH-47D Chinook
		00235 for sale by GSA Auctions at Summit Aviation, Middletown, DE, Apr 14 2017 as IFB 91QSCI-17-125 lot 601.
		00262 '262' OR ARNG for sale by GSA Auctions at Summit Aviation, Middletown, DE, Apr 12 2017 as IFB 91QSCI-17-124 lot 601, 
			(TT 6,718hrs).

93-00924/00934	Boeing Helicopters CH-47D Chinook
		00932 for sale by GSA Auctions at Summit Aviation, Middletown, DE, Apr 10 2017 as IFB 91QSCI-17-123 lot 601.

03-26987/26990	Sikorsky HH-60L Blackhawk			26989 Army Avn Flight Test Directorate, regd N818KB Department 
	of Homeland Security, Washington, DC, Apr 14 2017.

03-26995/26997	Sikorsky HH-60L Blackhawk			26997 2-501stAvn, regd N817KB Department of Homeland Security, 
	Washington, DC, Apr 14 2017.

05-27035/27038	Sikorsky HH-60L Blackhawk
		27038 regd N819KB Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC, Apr 14 2017.


 43-35395 UC-64A Norseman MSN 369. On civil regiser as N6326N cancelled on 
September 25, 1997. 
43-49204 C-47B-10-DK MSN 26465. By 1969 to Spantax S.A. as EC-AQF then in 
March 1976 noted in Majorca as N99873. To Ethiopian 
Airlines as ET-AGK and written off on October 15, 1978, 
but seen derelict at Addis Ababa in 1988. 
44-76884 TC-47B-35-DK MSN 16468/33216. On civil registry as N2312G on August 
7, 1984 with Specialty Restaurants Corporation, Anaheim, 
California. In September 2009 was noted dismantled at 
Thomaston-Upson County Airport, Georgia. In May 2013 
it was noted at Franklin Flying Field, Indiana and in 
September 2015 at the Motts Military Museum, Groveport, 
Ohio. 
44-79958 L-4H Grasshopper MSN 12254. As OK-UXE noted stored in September 2014 
at the Narodni Technicke Muzeum at Celakovice. 
44-80843 L-4J Grasshopper MSN 13139. As HB-OSK acquired in May 2009 by the 
Musee Troupes Aeroportees, Saint-Mere-Eglise, France. 
45-512 C-54G Skymaster MSN 35965. Named “Spirit of Aloha” with Hawaii ANG 
in October 1973. 
59-2586 B-52G-125-BW Stratofortress MSN 464349. Named “The Final Decision” with 2nd 
Bomb Wing in November 1987. 
85-24397 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70-873. Assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th 
Aviation Regiment. 
85-24446 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70-935. Assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th 
Aviation Regiment. 
87-24614 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70-1137. Assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th 
Aviation Regiment. 
87-26004 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70-1214. Assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th 
Aviation Regiment. 
89-26163 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70-1402. Assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th 
Aviation Regiment. 
1-813 PT-13B (MSN 75-873) is registered N56099.

41-8966 PT-17 (MSN 75-2625) is registered N62359.

42-16972 PT-17, you have a typo with an extra number as N13078N; should be N1307N.

42-17491 PT-13D (MSN 75-5654) is registered N68832.

42-46652 AT-19 (MSN 77-13) is registered N67070.

73-1150 T-43A July 2010 went to Houston International Airport for use by police for tactics and anti-terrorist training.

41-9579 (MSN 1005) attached to 522nd Sch Sq at Victorville AAF, CA damaged
					when it was in a midair collision with AT-11 41-9581 10 mi SE of
					Vivtorville AAF Jul 29, 1942.  To N56966, N29TC
	Delivered to Victorville Bombardier Training School 14Mar42. 522nd School Squadron, Code V-203. Mid air collision 
	29Jul42 with AT-11 41-9581 10 miles SE of Victorville AAF, CA on air-to-air photo flight. Two pax successfully 
	jumped from this aircraft which landed safely at Victorville AAF. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Augusta, GA 
	7Sep45. Costa Distributing Co, El Centro, CA; registered as NC56966 10Dec45. Thompson Cornwall Inc, New York, NY; 
	registered as N29TC. Guatemalan Air Force Aug56. Transportes Aereos de Guatemala (TAG); registered as TG-TAG-64 7Aug57. 
	Elizabeth Uray W. de Osborn; registered TG-CUS 2Jun58. Ricardo L. Herrerae; registered TG-DIK 15Jul58, 
	cancelled 20Oct60. Aeroservicios de Emergencia SA (ASDESA), Guatemala City; registered TG-CUS-C. Accident 22Nov63 near 
Quiche when hit a tree and was badly damaged

41-15086 (MSN T41-1015) Wfu 18 Apr 1945 at RFC Grafton, MA; to Norwegian AF as 169 
to Royal Norwegian AF as 169 at "Little Norway", Toronto, Canada; Code L-BC; Registered LN-BFL; registered D-EGOM 31Jul57, 
	cancelled 27Nov64. WFU and displayed on roof of Hezinger petrol station, Stuttgart [noted Oct72; Scrapped

41-21097 (MSN 1112) to civil registry as NC126, then NC136, then N336, all with CAA.  Remanufactured by 
					Beech c1954 as SNB-5 for US Navy as BuNo 140987 (with new MSN N-1139)
Completed 31Oct41; Delivered to USAAF Nov41; Mather Navigation Training School, CA; 843rd Navigation Training Squadron, 
Hondo Field, TX; Accident on the ground 13Dec42 at Hondo, TX; Accident 21Feb43 mechanical failure while landing Hondo, TX; 
Transferred to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), Oklahoma City, OK 10Jul46; Civil conversion done by 
Grand Central Airport Co, Glendale, CA 21Oct46; Registered 23Oct46 as C18S NC126; Assigned to CAA Region 6, Santa Monica, 
CA 21Dec46; Surveyed 15Jan47; Cancelled 28Jan47; Reassembled from cannabalized parts; Reregistered as NC336 3Apr47; 
Assigned for use by the US Embassy in Mexico City; Assigned to CAA Region 6 Los Angeles Office 15Dec48; 
CAA Aero Center, Oklahoma City 28Jun52; Surveyed 16Mar54; Registration cancelled 23Mar54; Transferred to the US Navy; 
Remanufactured by Beech to SNB-5, BuNo 140987, delivered 1954  with new msn N1139

41-23728 (MSN 523) (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Hot Stuff*) was the first American heavy bomber to achieve 25 missions in WW2.  It crashed 
					on Mt Fagradalsfjlall in Iceland May 3, 1943 on the way back to USA.  General 
Frank M Andrews (commander of US forces in 
					Eurpoean theatre of operations) was killed, along with all others aboard the aircraft except the tail 
					gunner, who was found alive in the wreckage.  Andrews AFB in Maryland is named in his honor.  
Should be ‘in European theatre’

I also have 23728 (44th BG) lost Dec 16, 1943.  MACR 4709.  This may be the date of the official accident report for the May 3 accident.
MACR 4709 was B-24D 41-23788, 68th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group
[No MACR for 41-23728 – the crew wasn’t missing]
[41-23788 (44th BG, 68th BS, "Avenger") badly damaged by AAA Dec 16, 1943 over Bremen, Germany.  4 crew bailed out and became POW.  
But control was regained and aircraft was steered home.  Tried to land on the coast but bellylanded into a minefield and exploded 
at Skeffling, England Dec 16, 1943.  6 killed. MACR 4709.]

41-28590 (93rd BG, 328th BS) crashed and exploded Mar 29, 1944 at Henham Park, Suffolk during assembly after
					midair collision with 42-110033 Mar 29, 1944.  Also listed as being lost with 449th BG Oct 13, 1944, 
					with MACR number 13505
After crashing at Henham Park, the 8,000lb bomb load of one of the bombers exploded. The crash of both aircraft and the subsequent 
explosion caused 36 fatalities out of 89 casualties. Nineteen of the dead and 38 of the injured were members of the 
56th Fighter Group based nearby at Halesworth; only three of the 20 airmen survived

41-31443 to RAAF as A27-535 (conflicts with next entry)
To RAAF as A27-535

41-31443 to RAAF as A27-531.  SOC May 16, 1946.
Should be ’41-31444’
				
 42-10873 	Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright 
Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, 
killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside

42-12687 	Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright 
Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, 
killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside

42-13611/13616		Pitcairn YO-61
				Cancelled. Was designed by Pircairn but was to be built by AGA Aviation
Should be ‘by Pitcairn’

42-13617/13806		Cessna AT-17A
				MSN 2301/2490 To RAF as Crane IA FJ100/FJ289 but NTU.  All directly to RCAF. 
				13617/13716 (MSN 2301/2400) RAF FJ100/FJ199 given RCAF serials 8751/8850.
					13617 (MSN 2301) To RAF as FJ100 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8751; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13618 (MSN 2302) To RAF as FJ101 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8752; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13619 (MSN 2303) To RAF as FJ102 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8753; w/o Dec 1943
					13620 (MSN 2304) To RAF as FJ103 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8754; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13621 (MSN 2305) To RAF as FJ104 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8755; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13622 (MSN 2306) To RAF as FJ105 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8756; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-CTT
					13623 (MSN 2307) To RAF as FJ106 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8757; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58906
					13624 (MSN 2308) To RAF as FJ107 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8758; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N5700N
					13625 (MSN 2309) To RAF as FJ108 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8759; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N69087 on 5 Oct 1955; to Mexico on 16 Jan 1956
					13626 (MSN 2310) To RAF as FJ109 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8760; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FQP
					13627 (MSN 2311) To RAF as FJ110 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8761; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13628 (MSN 2312) To RAF as FJ111 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8762; w/o 24 Dec 1942 at Monarch, Canada
					13629 (MSN 2313) To RAF as FJ112 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8763; w/o 4 May 1942 at Claresholm, Canada
					13630 (MSN 2314) To RAF as FJ113 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8764; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13631 (MSN 2315) To RAF as FJ114 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8765; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49486
					13632 (MSN 2317) To RAF as FJ115 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8766; wfu 23 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13633 (MSN 2318) To RAF as FJ116 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8767; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13634 (MSN 2319) To RAF as FJ118 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8769; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13635 (MSN 2320) To RAF as FJ119 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8770; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13637 (MSN 2321) To RAF as FJ120 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8771; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13638 (MSN 2322) To RAF as FJ121 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8772; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13639 (MSN 2323) To RAF as FJ122 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8773; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13640 (MSN 2324) To RAF as FJ123 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8774; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13641 (MSN 2325) To RAF as FJ124 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8775; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13642 (MSN 2326) To RAF as FJ125 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8776; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13643 (MSN 2327) To RAF as FJ126 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8777; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation 
					13644 (MSN 2328) To RAF as FJ127 (ntu), to Canadian AF as 8778, then CF-BTA.  Noted recently in Reynolds 
						Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta
					13645 (MSN 2329) To RAF as FJ128 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8779; w/o Aug 1943
					13646 (MSN 2330) To RAF as FJ129 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8780; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13647 (MSN 2331) To RAF as FJ130 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8781; w/o Sep 1944 at Yorkton, Canada
					13648 (MSN 2332) To RAF as FJ131 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8782; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13649 (MSN 2333) To RAF as FJ132 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8783; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13650 (MSN 2334) To RAF as FJ133 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8784; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49487
					13651 (MSN 2335) To RAF as FJ134 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8785; wfu 17 Apr 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13652 (MSN 2336) To RAF as FJ135 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8786; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13653 (MSN 2337) To RAF as FJ136 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8787; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13654 (MSN 2338) To RAF as FJ137 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8788; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58909
					13655 (MSN 2339) To RAF as FJ138 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8789; w/o 8 Aug 1942 at Yorkton, Canada
					13656 (MSN 2340) To RAF as FJ139 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8790; w/o 15 Sep 1944 at Saskatoon, Canada
					13657 (MSN 2341) To RAF as FJ140 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8791; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GEA
					13658 (MSN 2342) To RAF as FJ141 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8792; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13659 (MSN 2343) To RAF as FJ142 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8793; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13660 (MSN 2344) To RAF as FJ143 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8794; wfu 5 Nov1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13661 (MSN 2345) To RAF as FJ144 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8795; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13662 (MSN 2346) To RAF as FJ145 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8796; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13663 (MSN 2347) To RAF as FJ146 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8797 (ntu); w/o before delivery (?)
					13664 (MSN 2348) To RAF as FJ147 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8798; wfu 6 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13665 (MSN 2349) To RAF as FJ148 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8799; wfu 16 Jul 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13666 (MSN 2350) To RAF as FJ149 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8800; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13667 (MSN 2351) To RAF as FJ150 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8801; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13668 (MSN 2352) To RAF as FJ151 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8802; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13669 (MSN 2353) To RAF as FJ152 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8803; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13670 (MSN 2354) To RAF as FJ153 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8804; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13671 (MSN 2355) To RAF as FJ154 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8805; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13672 (MSN 2356) To RAF as FJ155 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8806; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13673 (MSN 2357) To RAF as FJ156 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8807; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13674 (MSN 2358) To RAF as FJ157 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8808; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13675 (MSN 2359) To RAF as FJ158 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8809; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13676 (MSN 2360) To RAF as FJ159 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8810; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13677 (MSN 2361) To RAF as FJ160 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8811; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GEA
					13678 (MSN 2362) To RAF as FJ161 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8812; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13679 (MSN 2363) To RAF as FJ162 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8813; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13680 (MSN 2364) To RAF as FJ163 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8814; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13681 (MSN 2365) To RAF as FJ164 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8815; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EIK
					13682 (MSN 2366) To RAF as FJ165 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8816; w/o Jun 1944
					13683 (MSN 2367) To RAF as FJ166 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8817; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZZ
					13684 (MSN 2368) To RAF as FJ167 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8818; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13685 (MSN 2369) To RAF as FJ168 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8819; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13686 (MSN 2370) To RAF as FJ169 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8820; wfu 8 Apr 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49485
					13687 (MSN 2371) To RAF as FJ170 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8821; wfu 17 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13688 (MSN 2372) To RAF as FJ171 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8822; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13689 (MSN 2373) To RAF as FJ172 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8823; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N7909A; wfu 1956
					13690 (MSN 2374) To RAF as FJ173 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8824; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13691 (MSN 2375) To RAF as FJ174 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8825; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13692 (MSN 2376) To RAF as FJ175 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8826; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FXY.  By 1955 was CF-FXY of Quebecair Inc.
					13693 (MSN 2377) To RAF as FJ176 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8827; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GGQ
					13694 (MSN 2378) To RAF as FJ177 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8828; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13695 (MSN 2379) To RAF as FJ178 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8829; wfu 4 Sep 1946
					13696 (MSN 2380) To RAF as FJ179 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8830; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13697 (MSN 2381) To RAF as FJ180 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8831; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13698 (MSN 2382) To RAF as FJ181 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8832; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZG
					13699 (MSN 2383) To RAF as FJ182 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8833; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13700 (MSN 2384) To RAF as FJ183 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8834; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GSC
					13701 (MSN 2385) To RAF as FJ184 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8835; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13702 (MSN 2386) To RAF as FJ185 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8836; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13703 (MSN 2387) To RAF as FJ186 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8837; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13704 (MSN 2388) To RAF as FJ187 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8838; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13705 (MSN 2389) To RAF as FJ188 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8839; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13706 (MSN 2390) To RAF as FJ189 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8840; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13707 (MSN 2391) To RAF as FJ190 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8841; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13708 (MSN 2392) To RAF as FJ191 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8842; w/o May 1944
					13709 (MSN 2393) To RAF as FJ192 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8843; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13710 (MSN 2394) To RAF as FJ193 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8844; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13711 (MSN 2395) To RAF as FJ194 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8845; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJO
					13712 (MSN 2396) To RAF as FJ195 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8846; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13713 (MSN 2397) To RAF as FJ196 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8847; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13714 (MSN 2398) To RAF as FJ197 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8848; w/o 17 Aug 1944 at Dauphin, Canada
					13715 (MSN 2399) To RAF as FJ198 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8849; wfu 24 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EQZ
					13716 (MSN 2400) To RAF as FJ199 (ntu); to Canadian AF as 8850; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
Should be ‘to Royal Canadian Air Force as’

				13717/13756 (MSN 2401/2440) RAF FJ200/FJ239 for use in Canada under RAF serials
Should be ‘for operation by the  Royal Canadian Air Force on behalf of the Royal Air Force, retaining RAF serials’

					13717 (MSN 2401) To RAF as FJ200 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ200; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13718 (MSN 2402) To RAF as FJ201 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ201; wfu 5 Feb 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13719 (MSN 2403) To RAF as FJ202 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ202; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13720 (MSN 2404) To RAF as FJ203 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ203; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GMP
					13721 (MSN 2405) To RAF as FJ204 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ204; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13722 (MSN 2406) To RAF as FJ205 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ205; wfu 20 Jul 1944
					13723 (MSN 2407) To RAF as FJ206 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ206; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13724 (MSN 2408) To RAF as FJ207 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ207; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZA
					13725 (MSN 2409) To RAF as FJ208 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ208; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13726 (MSN 2410) To RAF as FJ209 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ209; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58908
					13727 (MSN 2411) To RAF as FJ210 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ210; w/o 13 Jan 1945 at Dauphn, Canada
					13728 (MSN 2412) To RAF as FJ211 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ211; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13729 (MSN 2413) To RAF as FJ212 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ212; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13730 (MSN 2414) To RAF as FJ213 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ213; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13731 (MSN 2415) To RAF as FJ214 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ214; w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Saskatoon, Canada
					13732 (MSN 2416) To RAF as FJ215 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ215; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13733 (MSN 2417) To RAF as FJ216 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ216; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13734 (MSN 2418) To RAF as FJ217 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ217; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13735 (MSN 2419) To RAF as FJ218 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ218; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13736 (MSN 2420) To RAF as FJ219 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ219; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13737 (MSN 2421) To RAF as FJ220 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ220; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13738 (MSN 2422) To RAF as FJ221 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ221; wfu 22 Jun 1944
					13739 (MSN 2423) To RAF as FJ222 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ222; wfu 12 Nov 1943
					13740 (MSN 2424) To RAF as FJ223 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ223; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13741 (MSN 2425) To RAF as FJ224 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ224; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJP
					13742 (MSN 2426) To RAF as FJ225 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ225; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJQ; to N65677
					13743 (MSN 2427) To RAF as FJ226 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ226; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13744 (MSN 2428) To RAF as FJ227 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ227; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FDR
					13745 (MSN 2429) To RAF as FJ228 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ228; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58912
					13746 (MSN 2430) To RAF as FJ229 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ229; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N68176
					13747 (MSN 2431) To RAF as FJ230 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ230; w/o 25 Sep 1944 at Brandon, Canada
					13748 (MSN 2432) To RAF as FJ231 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ231; wfu 5 Feb 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13749 (MSN 2433) To RAF as FJ232 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ232; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13750 (MSN 2434) To RAF as FJ233 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ233; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13751 (MSN 2435) To RAF as FJ234 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ234; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FDS
					13752 (MSN 2436) To RAF as FJ235 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ235; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GDF
					13753 (MSN 2437) To RAF as FJ236 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ236; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-DJP
					13754 (MSN 2438) To RAF as FJ237 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ237; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13755 (MSN 2439) To RAF as FJ238 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ238; w/o 7 Apr 1943 at Brandon, Canada
					13756 (MSN 2440) To RAF as FJ239 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ239; w/o 14 Feb 1945 at St. Thomas, Canada
Should be ‘to Royal Canadian Air Force as’

				13765/13806 (MSN 2449/2490) RAF FJ248/FJ289 for use by Canadian AF under RAF serials
Should be ‘for operation by the  Royal Canadian Air Force on behalf of the Royal Air Force, retaining RAF serials’

					13765 (MSN 2449) To RAF as FJ248 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ248; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EIJ
					13766 (MSN 2450) To RAF as FJ249 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ249; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13767 (MSN 2451) To RAF as FJ250 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ250; wfu 27 May 1943 as instructional airframe
					13768 (MSN 2452) To RAF as FJ251 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ251; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49369
					13769 (MSN 2453) To RAF as FJ252 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ252; w/o 25 Jul 1943 at Sutherland, Canada
					13770 (MSN 2454) To RAF as FJ253 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ253; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13771 (MSN 2455) To RAF as FJ254 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ254; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13772 (MSN 2456) To RAF as FJ255 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ255; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13773 (MSN 2457) To RAF as FJ256 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ256; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13774 (MSN 2458) To RAF as FJ257 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ257; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13775 (MSN 2459) To RAF as FJ258 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ258; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13776 (MSN 2460) To RAF as FJ259 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ259; wfu 12 Jun 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-DIC
					13777 (MSN 2461) To RAF as FJ260 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ260; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13778 (MSN 2462) To RAF as FJ261 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ261; w/o 15 Sep 1942 at Brandon, Canada
					13779 (MSN 2463) To RAF as FJ262 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ262; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13780 (MSN 2464) To RAF as FJ263 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ263; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13781 (MSN 2465) To RAF as FJ264 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ264; wfu 30 Mar 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13782 (MSN 2466) To RAF as FJ265 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ265; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FOR
					13783 (MSN 2467) To RAF as FJ266 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ266; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13784 (MSN 2468) To RAF as FJ267 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ267; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13785 (MSN 2469) To RAF as FJ268 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ268; wfu 18 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N7912A
					13786 (MSN 2470) To RAF as FJ269 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ269; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13787 (MSN 2471) To RAF as FJ270 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ270; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13788 (MSN 2472) to RAF as FJ271 (ntu), to Canadian AF as FJ271.  wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation;
						Registered CF-GET.  Registered as T-50 NC68779, N68779.  WFU Jun 28, 1976.  Sale reported Jan 14, 1977, 
						registration cancelled.
					13789 (MSN 2473) To RAF as FJ272 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ272; w/o 10 Jan 1943 at Yorkton, Canada
					13790 (MSN 2474) To RAF as FJ273 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ273; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-ESW
					13791 (MSN 2475) To RAF as FJ274 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ274; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13792 (MSN 2476) To RAF as FJ275 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ275; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13793 (MSN 2477) To RAF as FJ276 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ276; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13794 (MSN 2478) To RAF as FJ277 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ277; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N53388
					13795 (MSN 2479) To RAF as FJ278 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ278; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13796 (MSN 2480) To RAF as FJ279 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ279; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13797 (MSN 2481) To RAF as FJ280 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ280; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13798 (MSN 2482) To RAF as FJ281 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ281; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13799 (MSN 2483) To RAF as FJ282 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ282; w/o 13 Feb 19943 at Vulcan, Canada
					13800 (MSN 2484) To RAF as FJ283 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ283; w/o 1942 at Vulcan, Canada
					13801 (MSN 2485) To RAF as FJ284 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ284; wfu 16 Jul 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13802 (MSN 2486) To RAF as FJ285 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ285; w/o Apr 1944 at Pearce, Canada
					13803 (MSN 2487) To RAF as FJ286 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ286; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N53387
					13804 (MSN 2488) To RAF as FJ287 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ287; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13805 (MSN 2489) To RAF as FJ288 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ288; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13806 (MSN 2490) To RAF as FJ289 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ289; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GGR
Should be ‘To RAF as xxx; operated on behalf of RAF by Royal Canadian Air Force as xxx’

42-13807/13866		Cessna AT-17C
				MSN 2491/2550.  To Canada under Lend-Lease, initially with RAF serials FJ290/FJ349. Order deferred 18Apr42 due 
					to reduced training requirements, the aircraft returning to USAAF as AT-17.
Should be ‘to have been operated by the  Royal Canadian Air Force on behalf of the Royal Air Force, retaining RAF serials’
Should be ‘the aircraft retained by the USAAF’
[to be pedantic, the aircraft do not appear to have been delivered to RCAF so therefore they can’t ‘return’]

				13815 (MSN 2499) To RAF as FJ298 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13816 (MSN 2500) To RAF as FJ299 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 5 May 1944 at Fort Summer AAF, NM 
				13817 (MSN 2501) To RAF as FJ300 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Yuma AAF 
				13818 (MSN 2502) To RAF as FJ301 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13822 (MSN 2506) To RAF as FJ305 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 4 Apr 1944 at Clovis AAF, NM 
				13832 (MSN 2516) To RAF as FJ315 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Feb 1943 at Roswell AFS, NM 
				13835 (MSN 2519) To RAF as FJ318 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 2 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13837 (MSN 2521) To RAF as FJ320 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Apr 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				13838 (MSN 2522) To RAF as FJ321 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Dec 1942 at Roswell Muni Airport, NM 
				13853 (MSN 2537) To RAF as FJ336 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 May 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ 
				13861 (MSN 2545) To RAF as FJ344 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 1 Sep 1942 at Roswell, NM 
Should be ‘to Royal Canadian Air Force (ntu)’

42-13867/13899		Cessna AT-17A
				MSN 2551/2583.  To Canada under Lend-Lease, initially with RAF serials FJ350/FJ382.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due 
					to reduced training requirements, the aircraft returning to USAAF as AT-17.
Should be ‘to have been operated by the  Royal Canadian Air Force on behalf of the Royal Air Force, retaining RAF serials’
Should be ‘the aircraft retained by the USAAF’
[to be pedantic, the aircraft do not appear to have been delivered to RCAF so therefore they can’t ‘return’]

				13884 (MSN 2568) To RAF as FJ367 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				13887 (MSN 2571) To RAF as FJ370 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				13893 (MSN 2577) To RAF as FJ376 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 12 Oct 1943 at Modesto, CA 
				13896 (MSN 2580) To RAF as FJ379 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Yuma AAF, AZ 
Should be ‘to Royal Canadian Air Force as’

42-13900/14030		Cessna AT-17C
				MSN 2584/2714.  Redesignated UC-78C after delivery.  To Canada under
					Lend-lease, initially with RAF serials FJ383/FJ513.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due to reduced 
					training requirements, the aircraft returning to USAAF as AT-17.
Should be ‘to have been operated by the  Royal Canadian Air Force on behalf of the Royal Air Force, retaining RAF serials’
Should be ‘the aircraft retained by the USAAF’
[to be pedantic, the aircraft do not appear to have been delivered to RCAF so therefore they can’t ‘return’]

				13901 (MSN 2585) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ384 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 6 Apr 1943 at Altus AAF, OK 
				13906 (MSN 2590) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ389 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 
					on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 27 Aug 1943 at Sweetwater, TX 
				13911 (MSN 2595) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ394 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 
					on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 Jan 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13920 (MSN 2604) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ403 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Waco AAAF #1, TX 
				13932 (MSN 2616) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ415 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 2 Jan 1944 at Ft Sumner AAF, NM 
				13947 (MSN 2631) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ430 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Dec 1943 at Temple, TX 
				13948 (MSN 2632) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ431 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Jun 1943 at Yoakum, TX 
				13952 (MSN 2636) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ435 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Yeso, NM 
				13968 (MSN 2652) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ451 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Jul 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				13971 (MSN 2655) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ454 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Apr 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13978 (MSN 2662) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ461 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13982 (MSN 2666) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ465 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Elgin, OK 
				13985 (MSN 2669) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ468 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 16 Nov 1944 at Lutesville, MO 
				13986 (MSN 2670) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ469 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 22 Apr 1944 at Frederick, OK 
				13988 (MSN 2672) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ471 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 27 Jun 1944 at Lubbock South AAAF, TX 
				13992 (MSN 2676) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ475 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 1 Jun 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				13995 (MSN 2679) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ478 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Mar 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13997 (MSN 2681) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ480 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 14 Feb 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				14008 (MSN 2692) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ491 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Oct 1944 at Granite, OK 
				14015 (MSN 2699) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ498 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Apr 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				14025 (MSN 2709) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ508 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Nov 1943 at Shamrock, TX 
				14029 (MSN 2713) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ512 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 Apr 1943 at Marfa AAF, TX 
Should be ‘to Royal Canadian Air Force (ntu)’

42-14031/14166		Cessna UC-78C Bobcat
				MSN 2715/2850.  Originally designated AT-17D.  To Canada under Lend-Lease,
					initially with RAF serials FJ514/FJ649.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due to reduced training 
					requirements, the aircraft returning to USAAF as AT-17.
Should be ‘to have been operated by the  Royal Canadian Air Force on behalf of the Royal Air Force, retaining RAF serials’
Should be ‘the aircraft retained by the USAAF’
[to be pedantic, the aircraft do not appear to have been delivered to RCAF so therefore they can’t ‘return’]

				14043 (MSN 2727) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ526 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 17 Oct 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				14051 (MSN 2735) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ534 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 7 Oct 1944 at Memphis, TN 
				14056 (MSN 2740) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ539 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 17 Oct 1943 at Ryan AAAF, TX
				14057 (MSN 2741) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ540 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Apr 1943 at Marion Field, TX 
				14060 (MSN 2744) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ543 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 13 Aug 1943 at Randolph Field, TX 
				14064 (MSN 2748) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ547 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Abilene, TX 
				14067 (MSN 2751) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ550 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					wfu; registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-BAA, 1953 registration cancelled
				14071 (MSN 2755) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ554 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Marfa, TX 
				14072 (MSN 2756) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ555 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Jan 1944 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				14073 (MSN 2757) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ556 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 28 Jun 1944 at Marfa, TX 
				14078 (MSN 2762) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ561 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Oct 1943 at Avenger Field, TX 
				14079 (MSN 2763) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ562 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Aug 1943 at Fairview, TX 
				14082 (MSN 2766) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ565 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Mar 1944 at 50 miles from Fort Worth, TX 
				14084 (MSN 2768) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ567 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Jul 1943 at Birmingham AB, AL 
				14089 (MSN 2773) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ572 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Argon AAAF, TX 
				14097 (MSN 2781) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ580 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Apr 1944 at Chattanooga, OK 
				14112 (MSN 2796) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ595 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Sep 1943 at Creede, CO
				14113 (MSN 2797) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ596 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Oct 1943 at Waco AAF, TX
				14115 (MSN 2799) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ598 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Jun 1944 at Altus AAF, OK 
				14122 (MSN 2806) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ605 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Jun 1944 at Douglas AAAF #1, AZ   
				14126 (MSN 2810) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ609 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					wfu; to civil registry as HC-AAE
				14133 (MSN 2817) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ616 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Mar 1944 at Lubbock North AAAF, TX 
				14134 (MSN 2818) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				14135 (MSN 2819) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ618 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 20 Jun 1943 at West Auxiliary Field, TX 
				14140 (MSN 2824) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				14147 (MSN 2831) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ630 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Davenport AAAF, TX 
				14150 (MSN 2834) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ633 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF 
					as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
Should be ‘to Royal Canadian Air Force (ntu)’

42-17084 (MSN 75-5247) 
Registered N4826V; registered C-FMUT, cancelled 3Jul07 on export to USA; registration N10KP assigned 31Mar08, 
registered 25Apr08, current [Mar17] [flies as RAF FJ848]

42-23918 (MSN 9780) converted to EC-47A in 1949 and used as the tow aircraft during concept testing in
          				1949-1950 at Wright Field in "TIPTOW" wing tip towing experiments
          				Towed aircraft was PQ-14B 44-68334. First coupling attempt Aug 19, 1949.
					314+ test couplings including at least 56 at night.  To United Nations/Congo as UNO-220; to 9Q-CUD in 1966; 
					w/o 19 Feb 1970 in Congo
Delivered to USAAF June 26, 1943; Alliance Field, NB; Sedalia Field, MO August 1943; 316th Troop Carrier Group, Pope Field, 
	NC May 1945; 439th Troop Carrier Group, Sedalia Field, MO March 1946; 434th Troop Carrier Group, Greenville Field, 
	SC June 1946; 4000th Base Unit, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH August 1947; 2750th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, 
	OH November 1947; redesignated EC-47A; Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center; assigned to TIPTOW 
	Fighter Range Extension Project; first attempted coupling August 19, 1949; testing continued through 
	October 18, 1951; Mid air collision with the Q-14B due to mechanical failure 10 miles SE of Wright-Patterson AFB February 24, 1950

42-55962 (MSN 18-2399) 
Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright Patterson 
AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, killing five workers. 
A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside: Bell P-59A Airacomet 44-2609; North American P-51F Mustang 43-43333; 
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 42-8009; Lockheed P-38G Lightning 42-12687; Bell XP-63A Kingcobra 42-78835; 
Boeing B-29B Superfortress 42-63598; Douglas C-47A-10-DL 42-23357; and Consolidated B-32 Dominator 42-10873.

42-78835 	Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright 
Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, 
killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside

42-79561		Fleetwings XBQ-1-FL
				Assault drone.  BQ-1 program cancelled Jul 1944 when the only XBQ-1 prototype crashed on its first flight.
First flight May44; Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Force landed 17Jul44 after engine failure 1 mile N of Wright Field, OH
[http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/src/dbasn.asp?SN=42-79561&Submit4=Go]

42-79562		Fleetwings XBQ-2A-FL
				Assault drone.  Project terminated Dec 1943.  Redesignated ZXBQ-2A
First flight 1943, the program was cancelled in December of that year. Subsequently redesignated as ZXBQ-2A to denote its obsolescence.

42-110033 (93rd BG, 330th BS) collided with 41-28590 and crashed at Henham Park, Suffolk Mar 29, 1944.
After crashing at Henham Park, the 8,000lb bomb load of one of the bombers exploded. The crash of both aircraft and the 
subsequent explosion caused 36 fatalities out of 89 casualties. Nineteen of the dead and 38 of the injured were 
members of the 56th Fighter Group based nearby at Halesworth; only three of the 20 airmen survived

43-1137	(MSN 9998)	delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; 498th Bomb Squadron, 345th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force; 
On July 27, 1943 crashed near Berry Drome (12 Mile) near Port Moresby, New Guinea; condemned after accident July 29, 1943

43-12433 to RAF as Mustang III FX905.  Returned to USAAF Dec 30, 1943, no RAF
					service.  With 351st FS, 353rd FG crashed during wheels-up landing at RAF Raydon, Suffolk,
					England due to engine failure Mar 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
first USAAF assignment was with the 362nd Fighter Squadron of the 357th Fighter Group, 8th Air Force. Then was 
transferred to the 368th Fighter Squadron, 359th Fighter Group. Declared 'War Weary' and sent to the 351st 
Fighter Squadron, 353rd Fighter Group as the squadron's "hack" aircraft.
			
43-14601 (MSN 565) to RAF as Argus II FS603.  Returned to USAAF Jan 22, 1947.
					To civil registry as G-AIZE Jun 1947, then N9996F Feb 1951, G-AIZE again Aug 1963.  To Storage
					Aug 1966.  Acquired by RAF Museum and since Jun 1999 on display
					at Cosford painted as FS628
Delivered to USAAF 22Jun43; Delivered to RAF at Casablanca, French Morocco; assigned to the Mediterranean 
Allied Air Force; South of France, 1945; No.87 Group Communications Flight, Jun46; No.22 Maintenance Unit, Jul46; 
Recaptured by the USA Field Commissioner 22Jan47; Registered G-AIZE 18Dec46; WFU as ‘abandoned for disposal 
at Milan’ 27Jun50; Reregistered 26Sep50, cancelled 13Feb51 as sold abroad to America; Registered N9996F, 
cancelled 27Jul62; Restored as G-AIZE 14Aug62, cancelled 6Mar73 as PWFU; To Royal Air Force Museum Feb73; 
Stored at RAF Henlow 1973, later to the Aerospace Museum, Cosford for storage; To Rochester Airport, Kent 
for restoration by the Medway Aircraft Preservation Society Ltd 21Oct97; Returned to RAF Museum, Cosford 2Jun99; 
Preserved and on display at RAF Museum Cosford 5Jun99; Painted as FS628 

43-25252/25253		Fairchild BQ-3
Fairchild Model 79 unmanned assault drone. Developed from the Fairchild AT-21 Gunner. Designated XBQ-3. Project cancelled end of 1944
				AT-21 built as unmanned remotely-controlled flying bomb.  Some references list this batch
					as being cancelled, but I have seen photos of planes carrying these serial numbers.
					It appears that these planes were actually built, but were not accepted.
43-25252		First flight Jul44; Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Force landed 19Jul44 after engine 
failure 1 mile N of Trotwood, OH
[http://www.aviationarchaeology.com/src/dbasn.asp?SN=43-25252&Submit4=Go]

43-29071	(MSN 10362)		delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 
121st Field Artillery Battalion, 32nd Infantry Division. Disassembled and transported aboard USS LST-454 as 
cargo with the wings removed. On January 2, 1944 unloaded at Saidor, New Guinea, and assembled on the beach. 
On February 7, 1944 took off approximately eighteen miles southeast of Saidor. Aboard as a passenger was 
Major Kindig, CO of the 121st Field Artillery Battalion to observe artillery fire from his unit and 
correct their fire, as he was unsatisfied with previous forward air observation efforts. On the ground, 
121st Field Artillery Battalion were firing 75mm howitzers at a range of hills near Gabutamon. Low on fuel 
and out of radio contact, this L-4 was last seen turning to the west flying up the Yaut River Valley below 
cloud level near Gabutamon to a point approximately 2,000 yards directly west of Gabutamon where a 
few artillery rounds were landing. This L-4 disappeared from sight around a range of hills near 
Kepoiak village. The aircraft had crashed near Gabutamon near the Saidor Gap in the Finisterre Mountains.

43-29128 (MSN 10419) 392nd Fighter Squadron, 367th Fighter Group, Ibsley, Hampshire; 
					damaged landing at Ibsley 7Jul44; Reconstruction Finance Corporation 5Feb45; 
registered N51529, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 16Jul13

43-29215 (MSN 10506, frame no. 10331) to German civil registry as D-EBUS Jan 19, 1956,
					cancelled Mar 9, 1956, registered OE-ANN
Should be ‘OE-AAN’

43-29228 (MSN 10519) Headquarters, 367th Fighter Group, Stony Cross, Hampshire; damaged taxying at 
					Stony Cross 16May44; 
392nd Fighter Squadron, 367th Fighter Group, Ibsley, Hampshire; damaged landing at Ibsley 7Jul44; 
purchased 1946 by the Polish Ministry of Communications; registered as SP-ALE
[Aviationarcheology has incorrect serial number]
				
43-30073	(MSN 11364; Frame No. 11189)	delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA January 15, 1944; 
Atlantic Overseas Air Service Command, Newark, NJ February 4, 1944; 8th Air Force, England February 21, 1944; 
French Army [ALAT] as 356; to Saarland registered SL-AAK; registered D-ECIV 27May59; Preserved and on 
display at the Airborne Museum, Sainte-Mere-Eglise, France

43-30236	(MSN 11527) 		delivered to USAAF at Lock Haven, PA; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 
219th Field Artillery Battalion; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 26Mar45; 269th Field Artillery 
Battalion 26Mar45; returned to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; registered as OO-AAL Jun 13, 1946, cancelled 21Apr48; 
registered F-BEGK 3Jun48, cancelled 23Oct81 as sold abroad; registered G-BJTO Dec 1, 1981; reregistered G-KURK Jan 6, 2009, current [Oct16]
Force landed Ethiopia 21Nov16 during Crete to Cape Town, South Africa Vintage Air Rally; force 
landed with engine failure 30km from Lokichocio, Kenya 1Dec16 during Vintage Air Rally, propeller and left landing gear damaged

43-30519 (MSN 11810)  
Registered G-AISV 28Oct46, cancelled 8Oct47 as sold abroad; registered NC74137/N74137; stored Limerick, Ireland [1962]; 
Not registered in Ireland but believed to have been flown illegally; remains probably to West London, later to Belgium
				
43-33449 (MSN 5791) to US Navy as SNB-2 BuNo 67208
USAAF Navigation Training School, Roswell, NM, delivered 28Jan44; Transferred to US Navy Pool, NAS Dallas, TX 17Jan46 as SNB-2, BuNo 67208

43-35478 (MSN 5828) to RAF as Expeditor I HB109.  Diverted to RCAF with RAF 
					serial HB109, no RAF service. Rebuilt to Mk. 3T standards.  Leased to Pratt & Whitney of Canada
					Jul 12, 1960 as flying testbed for PT-6A turboshaft (nose mounted).  Sold to Pratt & Whitney
					of Canada Jun 1, 1971 as CF-ZWY.  PT-6A removed and airframe given to Ecole Nationale 
					d'Aeronautique, Quebec Jul 1981 for use as instructional airframe.  Preserved at Musee de l'Air
					et de l'Espace at Saint Hubert, Canada.
Lend-Lease to RAF as Expeditor Mk I, serial HB109; delivered to Canada; operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force [RCAF]; 
BCATP; transferred to RCAF; redesignated from Expeditor Mk I to Expeditor Mk III; redesignated as Expeditor 3T; 
leased to the Canadian Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company, Ltd. [sic] (renamed as United Aircraft of Canada Ltd in 1962); 
to de Havilland Canada for PT6 installation in nose; first flight 30May61; returned to Canadian Air Force; SOC 1Dec70; 
CADC 16Mar71; sold to United Aircraft of Canada Ltd; registered as CF-ZWY-X 18Jun71 (UACL was renamed as 
Pratt & Whitney Canada in 1975); École nationale d'aérotechnique as a ground instructional airframe; to 
Fondation Aérovision Québec, St-Hubert, Montréal, Québec as CF-ZWY-X for preservation; renamed as Musée de l’air 
et de l’espace du Québec/Fondation Aérovision Québec

43-36491/36492 to RAF as Cornell II FZ712/FZ713.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 264 and 265 at "Little Norway", Toronto.
					Originally allocated FZ441/FZ442, cancelled in error and reallocated to other aircraft.

43-36491		FZ712; 263 [Norway]; Registered LN-BFK; Registered D-EJAM 28Jun57; Destroyed 24Nov68 near Eudenbach, 
Königswinter, West Germany; registration cancelled 28Oct69

43-43333 	Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright 
Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, 
killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside

44-2609 	Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright 
Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, 
killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside

43-44214/44363		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

43-44364/44513		Culver PQ-14B-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

43-44514/44713		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. 
				To USN as TD2C-1

44-21758 ... 44-21907
Culver PQ-14B
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947
44-22509		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-22510		Culver YPQ-14B-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-22511/22519		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-22520		Culver YPQ-14B-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-22521/22585		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-22586/22608		Culver YPQ-14B-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-68255/68498		Culver PQ-14B-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

44-68334 at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI as N999ML.  Modified & Used in "TIPTOW" wing tip experiments in
         				1949 & 1950 at Wright Field with C-47 42-23918 as the tow plane.
         				231+ test couplings (56 at night) with 17 pilots involved.
         				Longest coupled flight lasted 4.08 hours
Delivered to USAAF Air Materiel Command March 13, 1945 at Jackson Field, MS; stored; Air Technical Service 
Command January 1946; 4136th Air Base Unit, Tinker AFB, OK; stored; Air Materiel Command 1947; 4145th Air Base Unit, 
Holloman AFB, NM; 2750th Air Base Group, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH March 1949; Flight Test Division, 
Wright Air Development Center; assigned to TIPTOW Fighter Range Extension Project, code QK-334; first 
attempted coupling August 19, 1949; testing continued through October 18, 1951; Mid air collision with 
the EC-47A due to mechanical failure 10 miles SE of Wright-Patterson AFB February 24, 1950; registered N999ML, 
cancelled April 30, 2015
 
44-68499/68738		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone.
				To USN as TD2C-1

44-68739/69256		Culver PQ-14B-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. Redesignated Q-14B 1947

				68789/69256 were cancelled

44-69257/69654		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone.
				To USN as TD2C-1

44-70378 (MSN 643) Societé Veha Akat, Vientiane, Laos; registered F-LAAD October 13, 1955, cancelled 
March 26, 1970; Air America November, 1958; registered N3099.
Registered F-LAAD July 5, 1955

44-70380 (MSN 645) Delivered to USAAF September 9, 1944; Newark, New Jersey September 9, 1944; 
				shipped to the 8th Air Force, England October 10, 1944; US Military Defense Aid diversion
328th Fighter Squadron, 352nd Fighter Group, 8th Air Force, Bodney, Station 141, England Spring 1945; “Joy Ride”
			
44-78381	(MSN 22204)	43rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; crashed on landing at Do Son, Vietnam 14Jun54

44-80324	(MSN 	12620; Frame No. 12450)	registration D-EBUR reserved 1Oct55, ntu; registered D-EDET 24Aug56, 
cancelled 13Sep76; registered D-EDEW Jun81, cancelled 1987; Preserved and on display at Flugausstellung Hermeskeil, Germany

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44-85125 (MSN 080-1148) upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, MI painted as 44-85152
44-85152 - Plane so marked located at Kalamazoo Historical Aviation Museum is actually 44-85125.
There is a suggestion that 85152 was incorrectly repainted as 85125; perhaps the Air Zoo has found its real identity and 
returned it to 85152?
Quote: that F-80A was used at Williams AFB AZ to let pilots learn how to fly a jet after flying Mustangs, Thunderbolts and 
Lightnings. When Willy Air Patch got done with 152, she was shipped to 
Lackland AFB TX for static display and her tail number got repainted incorrectly as 485125! I took photos of her in 
late 1955 while in my basic training and she was bare metal then. Years later, 
Williams asked for an F-80 for a gate guard and since Lackland had several, 152 was sent back to Williams but 
it is unknown if they ever realized that it was a returning aircraft. When Willy closed, 
she wound up at another museum whose name and location I cannot recall. Some training aid! Unquote
http://www.network54.com/Forum/149674/thread/1323385260/So+was+the+%26quot%3BCaptivair%26quot%3B+just+a+bog+standard+P-80
				
44-85152	(MSN 080-1175)	Williams AFB, AZ 1947; Ground instructional airframe, used to let pilots learn how to fly a 
jet after flying Mustangs, Thunderbolts and Lightnings; Designated P-80 Captivair; Lackland AFB for display, 
incorrectly painted as 85125; Williams AFB, AZ as gate guard; to museum [presumably Air Zoo, Kalamazoo repainted correctly as 85152
 
https://archive.org/details/historyofaireduc00gop

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44-90484/90485		Reserved
				It has been reported on Air-Britain that 44-90485 was carried by a
					de Havilland Gipsy Moth which crashed 19 mi NE of Dakar,
					Senegal Jan 22, 1945.
				Also reported that 44-90484 was also reserved for another Gipsy Moth.
44-90484/90485	de Havilland DH.60 Gypsy Moth 

44-90484	
44-90485		The aircraft departed Ouakam AB, Dakar, Senegal January 22, 1945 and crashed due to engine failure 
near Yoff, 10 miles NE of Dakar, Senegal. Pilot injured, and aircraft written off

45-5153 (MSN 13893) 
To Colombia 27Mar47. Colombian Air Force, SOC mid-1960s. Possibly registered as HK-536-P or HK-1154

45-5180 (MSN 13920) 
To Colombia 27Mar47. Colombian Air Force, SOC mid-1960s. Possibly registered as HK-536-P or HK-1154

49-131 (MSN 10368) to MASDC Jan 18, 1969
403rd Troop Carrier Group, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air 
in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; 130th Special Operations Squadron, 130th Special Operations Group; 
MASDC 18Jan69; declared excess 3Feb69

49-163 (MSN 10400) damaged in taxi accident at Campbell AB, Kentucky Aug 24, 1950
50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; damaged taxying at Fort Campbell AAF, KY 24Aug50; 
damaged by structural failure, crew bailed out 7 miles NW Parsons, KY 1Sep50; 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 
483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors

49-187 (MSN 10424) to Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 187.  Became EC-119C for some time.  
					Sold to Morocco as CNA-MC or CN-AMC
817th Troop Carrier Squadron, 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Ironage’; 
Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; Loaned to and flown by 
Civil Air Transport (CAT) in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; Project ‘Squaw II’ 12Mar54 to May54
Should be ‘as CN-AMC’

51-2537 (MSN 10495) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 24, 1965.
77th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group; damaged in accident near Wheeler-Sack AFB, 
Cape Drum, NY 12Feb52; 403rd Troop Carrier Group; damaged by structural failure Hickam, HI 18Aug52; 
61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by 
Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXA; 
returned to USAF 28Jul53; 704th Troop Carrier Squadron, 924th Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 24Aug65; reclaimed 21Jun66

51-2539 (MSN 10497) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965
817th Troop Carrier Squadron, 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Ironage’; 
Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; 
356th Troop Carrier Squadron, 907th Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 4Dec65; declared excess 6May68

51-2541 (MSN 10499) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Sep 18, 1965
78th Troop Carrier Squadron, 435th Troop Carrier Group; accident while dropping 30 miles SE of 
Broenwood, TX 8Apr52; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina 
in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXB; returned to USAF 6Jul53; 
704th Troop Carrier Squadron, 924th Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 18Sep65; reclaimed 21Jun66

51-2543 (MSN 10501) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in 
French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXC; returned to USAF 22Jun53; 61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 
315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while parked at Ashiya, Japan 26Sep54; 706th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
926th Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 21Aug65; reclaimed 21Jun66

51-2550 (MSN 10508) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina 
in French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXD; returned to USAF 30Jul53

51-2555		(MSN 10512)	Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina 
in French Air Force colors; 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while 
parked at Ashiya, Japan, 26Sep54;

51-2559 (MSN 10517) to MASDC Dec 4, 1965
314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in 
French Air Force colors; 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while 
parked at Ashiya, Japan 26Sep54; 356th Troop Carrier Squadron, 907th Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 4Dec65; declared excess 6May68
	
51-2571 (MSN 10529) to MASDC Jun 25, 1966.  To Civil Air Transport as 571 or 12571.
65th Troop Carrier Squadron, 403rd Troop Carrier Group, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to 
and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; Loaned to and flown by 
Civil Air Transport (CAT) in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; Project ‘Squaw II’ 12Mar54 to May54; 
335th Troop Carrier Squadron, 903rd Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 25Jun66; declared excess 6May68

51-2573	(MSN 10531)	50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Ironage’;; 
Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors

51-2577 (MSN 10535) to French AF in Vietnam
50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Group; forced landing Clark AB, Philippines 27Jan54; 
314th Troop Carrier Group; Project ‘Ironage’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in French Air Force colors

51-2581 (MSN 10539) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1965
483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in 
French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXE; returned to USAF 24Jul53; Loaned to and flown by 
Civil Air Transport (CAT) in French Indochina in French Air Force colors; Project ‘Squaw II’ 12Mar54 to May54; 
61st Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Troop Carrier Group; damaged by weather while parked at Ashiya, Japan 26Sep54; 
706th Troop Carrier Squadron, 926th Troop Carrier Group; MASDC 21Aug65; reclaimed 21Jun66

51-2583 (MSN 10541) loaned to French AF and delivered to Hanoi May 3, 1953.
					Lease terminated Jul 16, 1953 and returned to Clark AB,
					Philippines in July or August of 1953.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1965
483rd Troop Carrier Wing; Project ‘Honshu’; Loaned to and flown by Armee de l’Air in French Indochina in 
French Air Force colors 3May53; radio call sign F-OYXF; returned to USAF 8Jul53

52-5209	(MSN 191-905)
Stored at Chateauroux AB, France. Royal Iraqi Air Force 14Jun58; delivered just before the overthrow of King Faisal; 
the aircraft was either unservicable upon delivery or very soon after and saw no operational use; broken up.

52-5222	(MSN 191-918)
Stored at Chateauroux AB, France. Royal Iraqi Air Force 14Jun58; delivered just before the overthrow of King Faisal; 
the aircraft was either unservicable upon delivery or very soon after and saw no operational use; broken up.
5222 to civil registration as N86FS, but Landings database has N86FS as being a Canadair Sabre Mk 5.
[N86FS was a Canadair F-86 Mk.5, MSN 1157. Had been painted with tail number 25222 in 2004 and destroyed in a crash 26Jul06]

52-5231	(MSN 191-927
Stored at Chateauroux AB, France. Royal Iraqi Air Force 14Jun58; delivered just before the overthrow of King Faisal; 
the aircraft was either unservicable upon delivery or very soon after and saw no operational use; broken up.

52-5235	(MSN 191-931)
Royal Iraqi Air Force 14Jun58; delivered just before the overthrow of King Faisal; the aircraft was either 
unservicable upon delivery or very soon after and saw no operational use; broken up.

66-14334 (MSN 1236) to XW-PEA (?) in 1967. W/o Jan 15, 1968 at Lang Prabang, Laos
Air America; believed loaned from USAF 

66-14345 (MSN 1247) to Air America  Returned to USAF
Air America; believed loaned from USAF 

Note: Both noted as XW-PEA at Vientiane at the same time; these may have been 66-14334 (w/o 15-Jan-68) & 66-14345
				



References:


1. Tan Baysal
2. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
3. Zsolt Varga
4. Glenn Chatfield
5. Stewart Lanham