Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised August 5, 2018


Aeronca XTG-5:
42-68302/68305	cancelled. 42-68302/68303 reallocated to Snead XCG-11, also cancelled; and 42-68304/
	68305 reallocated to Read-York XCG-12-RD, also cancelled

Beechcraft AT-7A:
42-53522	was an impressed Model 18S, c/n 266 ex NC2814

Beechcraft UC-43A:
42-47383	ex NC18793

Bell P-63A:
42-69837	not to RAF as FR408, which is 42-68937

Cessna UC-78:
42-58501	accident took place at Paramaribo-Zanderij (Suriname)

Curtiss P-40K:
42-45872/45881	to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR282/291

Douglas C-32A:
42-53530	British registration G-AGCG must be wrong; G-AGCF to -AGCK were converted ex RAF
	Armstrong Whitworth Whitley V bombers. Also, HK867 was a Douglas C-53, ex 42-6457
42-53531	G-AGCH was a Whitley V; see above
42-53532	G-AGCK was a Whitley V; see above

Douglas C-53D:
42-68795	when it was SE-BAW of AB Aerotransport it was named ‘Svanen’ (swan)

Douglas C-54B:
42-72341	was CR-IAE of Transportes Aéreos da Índia Portuguesa (TAIP) before Portuguese AF 6608

Douglas C-54D:
42-72476	was not delivered to the Turkish AF; ETI-581 was ex 42-72581
42-72708	was converted to SC-54D, then converted back to C-54D, went to Colombian AF as 693A

Fairchild AT-21:
42-48052/48090	was a Fairchild design; batch subcontracted to Bellanca

Fairchild UC-61A:
42-53514	was c/n 207

Fairchild UC-61B:
42-53523	was c/n 3521

Howard UC-70:
42-47451	was a UC-70, not UC-70D; c/n 533 ex NC22434
42-53533	confirmed as c/n 527

Lockheed UC-40D:
42-57504	to RAF as LA620

Lockheed C-60A:
42-56060	NEIAF s/n LT9-31 was a Lockheed 18-56 c/n 2182

North American AT-6C:
42-43915/43917	to Chilean AF 238/240

Piper L-4B:
42-59301/60280	built as 43-491/1470

Republic P-47D:
42-74715	pilot was 1st Lt Eleftherios A. Vangos, a Greek-American (he was released from POW camp in May 1945, went back to the USA and died on 13 February 2014, aged 87)

Taylorcraft L-2B:
42-58811/59300	built as 43-1/490

Waco UC-72:
42-53512	was c/n 5154

40-1801         PT-17 (MSN 75-358) is registered N159CB. 

41-996          PT-17 (MSN 75-0756) is registered N71327.

41-8280         PT-17 is registered N69096.

41-8888         PT-17 (MSN 75-2447) was registered N62228, cancelled Mar 6, 2018. At Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, TX

41-8908         PT-17 is registered N62763.

42-15654                PT-27 (MSN 75-3843) is registered N53232.

42-15694                PT-27 (MSN 75-3883) is registered N53180.

42-15719                PT-27 (MSN 75-3908) is registered N58700.

42-15767                PT-27 (MSN 75-3956) is registered N50739.

42-15770                PT-27 (MSN 75-3959) is registered N48989.

42-15774                PT-27 (MSN 75-3963) is registered N53181.

42-15788                PT-27 (MSN 75-3977) is registered N56656.

42-16113                PT-17 (MSN 75-4276) is registered N49733.

42-16393                PT-17 (MSN 75-4556) was registered N53467, now is registered N699RA.
56-473		C-130A	
3/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to 774th Troop Carrier Squadron, 463rd Troop Carrier Wing, Ardmore AFB, OK.  Was one of the Four Horsemen Demonstration Team. 
Ca.1967: 35th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Naha Air Base, Okinawa.  
Unknown date:  303rd TAS, Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO. 
By 5/78: 95th TAS, 440th Tactical Airlift Wing, General Mitchell Airport, Milwaukee, WI. 
By 1986: 64th TAS, 928th Airlift Wing (AFRES), O’Hare Airport, Chicago, IL. 
8/18/89: TBM Inc, Redmond, OR (then Tulare, CA) with c/r N473TM. Operated as Fire Service #63. 
2/10/10: TBM Inc, Visalia, CA. 
3/21/12: TBM Inc, Tulare, CA. 
3/13/15: Castle Air Museum Foundation Inc, Atwater, CA. 
11/23/15: Ferry flight. Delivered to Castle Air Museum Foundation Inc. 
1/21/16: c/r N473TM cancelled.

56-500		C-130A
Ca.1957: TOS USAF. 
By 1967: 347th Tactical Airlift Wing, Naha Air Base, Okinawa. Flew Operation Blind Bat missions in Vietnam. 
11/72: TOS South Vietnam Air Force. 
1975: TOS USAF. Assigned to 35th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Naha Air Base, Okinawa. 
Unknown date: 105th TAS, 118th TAW, Tennessee ANG, Berry Field ANG Base, Nashville, TN. 
By 6/80: 64th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 440th Tactical Airlift Wing (AFRES), OHare Airport, Chicago, IL. 
6/87: To unknown with c/r N223MA. Used in 1980s for an Oldsmobile commercial where 6 prototypes were dropped out the back of the aircraft. All of the cars were destroyed in the drops. Later flown to Zaire for the filming of a movie called "Escape from Zaire." 
7/5/90: Multitrade Aircraft Leasing, Inc, NV. 
10/91: Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Anaheim, CA. 
6/92: Leased to United Nations World Food Program, Africa for U.N. relief of Congo and Angola. 
1994: WFU, left derelict in Luanda, Angola.

56-507		C-130A		
7/57: TOS USAF and assigned to 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Sewart Air Force Base, TN. 
1960: 322nd Air Division, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. 
12/63: 317th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
1971: 706th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 926th Tactical Airlift Group, New Orleans Air Reserve Station, LA. 
9/72: 328th TAS, Niagara Falls, NY. 
3/87: 95th TAS, Pope AFB, NC. 
5/89: Hawkins & Powers, Greybull, WY with c/r N8055R. 
8/89: Roy D. Reagan.  
6/90: Re-registered N45S. 
12/90: Hawkins & Powers, Greybull, WY with c/r N132HP. 
1993: WFU, used for parts. Re-registered N4172Q. 
9/05: Pride Capital Group, Deerfield, IL.  Airframe remained at Greybull. 
10/5/06: Unknown owner in Navarre, FL with c/r N132HP. Airframe remained at Greybull with Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting. 
8/6/13: Sale again reported to unknown owner in Navarre, FL.

56-509		C-130A	Just some information you don’t have
2/28/57: TOS USAF as C-130A. Assigned to the 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Smyrna AFB (later Sewart AFB), TN.
7/27/70: Converted to AC-130A.  Transferred to 16th Special Operations Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand. Operated over Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia. 

56-534		C-130A	
1957: TOS USAF. 
1958: Converted to C-130A-II. 
8/58: 7406th Support Squadron (USAFE), Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
2/67: 41st Air Division HQ (PACAF) TDY, Yokota AB, Japan. 
7/67: 7406th Support Squadron (USAFE), Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
12/69: 4409th Support Squadron Homestead AFB, FL. 
8/71: 7406th Support Squadron Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
10/72: 919th Tactical Airlift Group (AFR) Duke Field, FL. 
7/73: 923rd Tactical Airlift Group (AFR) Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO. 
10/73: 157th Tactical Airlift Group (ANG) Pease AFB, NH. 
8/75: 133rd Tactical Airlift Wing (ANG) Minneapolis-Saint-Paul Airport, MN. 
12/81: 356th Tactical Airlift Squadron (AFRES) Rickenbacker AFB, OH. 
9/86: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CF060. 
8/88: Hemet Valley Flying Service Co, Hemet, CA with c/r N132FF. Used as water bomber and sprayer. 
1/89: Hawkins and Powers, South Bighorn County Airport, Greybull, WY with c/r N131HP.  
Operated as Fire Service #83. 
By 9/92: Operated as Fire Service #131. 
2000: WFU. 
9/27/05: Pride Capital Group, LLC, Deerfield, IL. 
2/07: International Air Response Inc, Coolidge Municipal Airport, Coolidge, AZ. 
2/15/08: N126TG reserved but not taken up. 
By 9/11: Aircraft disassembled. 
12/14/11: International Air Response Inc, Mesa, AZ with c/r N126TG. Aircraft remains disassembled. 
5/22/14: c/r cancelled.

57-511		RC-130A
Ca. 1958: TOS USAF and assigned to 1370th Photo-Mapping Wing, Turner AFB, GA.  
5/66: Unit moved to Forbes AFB, KS. Served duty in Vietnam. 
Unknown date: 9th Weather Reconnaissance Wing, Keesler AFB, MS. 
Unknown date: Converted to C-130A. 
Unknown date: 118th Tactical Airlift Wing, Tennessee ANG, Berry Field ANG Base, Nashville, TN. 
1971: 143rd Tactical Airlift Group, Rhode Island ANG, Quonset Point ANG Station, RI. 
By 10/88: 186th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 120th Airlift Wing, Montana ANG, Great Falls AFB, MT. 
6/89: Hawkins & Powers, Greybull, WY with c/r N134HP.  
9/27/05: Pride Capital Group, LLC, Deerfield, IL. 
2006: Unknown owner in Oakland Park, FL, aircraft remained at Greybull. 
By 7/16: Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting, Greybull, WY.

62-1787		C-130E
2/13/63: TOS and assigned to1608th Air Transport (Heavy) Wing (Military Air Transport Service), Charleston AFB, SC. 
1/66: 437th Military Airlift Wing (MAS) at Charleston AFB, SC. 
7/66: 316th Tactical Airlift Wing, (Tactical Air Command), Langley AFB, VA. 
2/68: 314th Tactical Airlift Wing (Pacific Air Forces), Ching Chuan Kang, AB, Taiwan. While with that unit, the plane saw deployments to Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam; Naha AB,Japan; Tuy Hoa AB, Vietnam; Don Muang AB, Thailand; Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam; U Tapao RTAFB, Thailand. 
9/71: 776th Tactical Airlft Squadron, 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, Ching Chang Kuan AB, Taiwan.  While with this unit it saw deployments to Cam Ranh Bay AB, Vietnam; U Tapao RTAFB, Thailand; Takhli RTAFB; Nakhon Phanom RTAFB,Thailand. 
You have the information about the combat in April 1972.
5/74: 374th TAW then moved to Clark AFB, Philippines. While there, the plane saw deployments to U Tapao RTAFB, Thailand and Kadena AB, Okinawa. 
10/75: 130th Tactical Airlift Group (ANG), Kanawha County Airport, Charleston, WV. 
7/86: 154th Training Squadron, 189th Tactical Airlift Group, 314th Tactical Airlift Wing (ANG), Little Rock AFB, AR. 
10/10: 19th Airlift Wing, also at Little Rock AFB.  
8/11: Flew to the Air Force Museum for permanent display.

62-1795		C-130E
Ca.1963: TOS USAF and assigned to 1608th Air Transport Wing (Military Airlift Command), Charleston AFB, SC.
By 12/27/65: Unit redesignated as 437th Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC. 
By 1966: 345th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Sewart AFB, TN. 
By 3/66: Unit deployed to Ching Chaun Kang Air Base, Taiwan. 
Ca. 5/71: 345th TAS became under 364th Airlift Wing at Ching Chaun Kang Air Base. 
Ca.1974: 130th TAS, West Virginia ANG, Charleston ANGB, WV. 
By 10/87: 154th TAS, Arkansas ANG, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
Ca.2002: 360th Training Squadron, 82nd Training Wing, Sheppard AFB, TX.  Redesignated GC-130E. 
10/11/17: For sale at auction by Government Liquidation at Sheppard AFB.

62-1830		C-130E
5/63: TOS USAF, assigned to 86th Air Transport Squadron, 1501st Air Transport Wing, Travis AFB, CA. 
Ca.1966: 437th Military Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC. 
Ca. 1968: 464th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
By 1971: 37th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 316th Tactical Airlift Wing, Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
Ca.1974: 303rd TAS, 442nd TAW, Grandview AFB (later Richards-Gebaur AFB), MO. 
By 1983: 337th TAS, 439th TAW, Westover Air Reserve Base, MA. 
By 6/88: 63rd TAS, 927th Air Refueling Group (AFRES), Selfridge AFB, MI. 
3/91: 154th Tactical Airlift Training Squadron (Heavy), 189th Tactical Airlift Group, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
1992: 731st Airlift Squadron, 302nd Operations Group, Peterson AFB, CO. 
1994: 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, Little Rock, AR. 
4/96: WFU, used as Ground Instruction Airframe. 
8/02: Broken up at Little Rock AFB, sold for scrap.

62-1842		C-130E
6/63: TOS USAF and assigned to the 516th Troop Carrier Wing, 839th Air Division, Dyess AFB, TX.  
Unknown date: 464th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
By 1976: 115th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 146th TAW, Channel Islands ANG Station, Oxnard, CA. 
1976: Flew in the movie Raid on Entebbe as an Israeli Air Force aircraft, retaining ANG paint scheme with Israel AF logo.
By 1992: 109th TAS, 133rd Operations Group, Minneapolis-St. Paul Air Reserve Station, MN. 
9/94: 171st Airlift Squadron, 127th Airlift Wing, Selfridge ANG Base, MI. 
6/07: 154th Training Squadron, Arkansas ANG, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
6/25/10: 198th Airlift Squadron, 156th Airlift Wing, Puerto Rico ANG, MuAAiz ANG Base, Carolina, PR. 
9/11/13: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, as 2814.

62-1852		C-130E
7/63: TOS USAF and assigned to 516th Troop Carrier Wing, 839th Air Division, Dyess AFB, TX. 
By 1974: 345th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. 
By 1978: 756th TAS, 459th TAW, Andrews AFB, MD. 
Ca.1992: 96th Airlift Squadron, 934th Airlift Wing, Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport-Air Reserve Station), MN.
5/04: 327th Airlift Squadron, 913th Operations Group, Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, PA. 
2/06: 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, Little Rock, AR. 
9/1/09: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CF0313.62-1852

Boeing B-17F:
41-24585	was Luftwaffe DL+XC (photo evidence)

Cessna UC-94:
42-78018	c/n 558 ex NC21942

Consolidated B-24J:
42-78600	‘Kathryn Anne’ (starboard)/’Dopey’ (port) of 343 BS, 98 BG, 15 AF, pilot 1st Lt Robert 
	McKee; on 8 April 1944 it was badly hit during a raid on Brenner Pass targets; it tried to reach a 
	French airfield but was intercepted by Swiss fighters and had to make an emergency landing at 
	Dübendorf (Switzerland). It was the last B-24 to be interned there

Douglas C-47A:
42-92136	went to Moroccan AF as 92136 then CN-ALI; then disposed of as N54605
42-92388	became VP914 with the Indian AF
42-92498	dbr at Wien-Schwechat (Austria)
42-92515	SE-CFM registers to Linjeflyg, used by Dagens Nyheter, a famous Stockholm-based daily 
	newspaper
42-92522	briefly loaned to Portugal’s Secretaria da Aeronáutica Civil (Secretariat of Civil Aeronautics)
	retaining the G-AIOF registration
42-92686	after DT-991 it went to the Indonesian AF as NI-479 and eventually disposed of as PK-DPK
42-92821	to NEIAF as DT-966, call sign VH-REW, then T-966, then Indonesian AF T-466
42-92844	to Spanish AF T.3-56
42-92870	was Indonesian AF NI-473 before PK-DPE
42-92871	to Mauritanian AF 5T-MAB
42-92905	to Turkish AF 6059, later coded 12-059
42-92955	to F-OAYR then 5R-MAJ
42-93170	was Indonesian AF NI-478 then PK-DPJ

Fairchild UC-86:
42-78029	c/n 250 ex NC25325

Fairchild UC-96:
42-88618	c/n 620 ex NC346J

Hamilton C-89:
42-79546	was c/n 56 ex R-12 of Panama airline Transportes Aéreos Gelabert 

Howard UC-70:
42-88615	c/n 537 ex NC22437

Luscombe UC-90:
42-79550	was c/n 1809 ex RX-25

Luscombe UC-90A:
42-79549	was c/n 1653 ex RX-24

North American B-25D:
42-87262	to RAF as FR188 then Netherlands Navy as 1-27

Stinson C-91:	
42-79547	was c/n A9110 ex RX-17


 44-79823 L-4H Grasshopper MSN 12119. Still active as HB-OIN in May 2018. 
44-80037 L-4H Grasshopper MSN 12333. Still active as HB-OKN in May 2018. 
44-80596 L-4H Grasshopper MSN 12892. Still active as HB-ODC in May 2018. 
53-1061 F-86L Sabre MSN 201-505. Moved to Chennault Aviation and Military 
Museum, Monroe, Louisiana and trucked there from 
Hazlehurst on May 15, 2018. 
54-2943 H-23B Raven MSN 737. To A. Matsushita, Christchurch, New Zealand as 
ZK-HAB on July 9, 2012. 
66-16301 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 5995. Registered as VH-UHE on October 26, 2017 with 
Trecked, Georges Hall, New South Wales. 
69-18469 CH-54B Tarhe MSN 64076. To Ecuador in January 2012 as HC-CMD. 
78-0520 F-15C-22-MC Eagle MSN 0507/C053. Active in July 2010 with 104th Fighter 
Wing Massachusetts Air National Guard. Active in July 2018 
with 122nd Fighter Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisana 
Air National Guard. 
79-0084 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 0348. As A-10C active in July 2018 with 190th 
Fighter Squadron/124th Fighter Wing Idaho Air National 
Guard. 
80-0002 F-15C-27-MC Eagle MSN 0635/C151. Active in July 2018 with 122nd Fighter 
Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisana Air National Guard. 
80-0029 F-15C-28-MC Eagle MSN 0679/C178. Active in July 2018 with 122nd Fighter 
Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisana Air National Guard. 
80-0153 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0503. Converted to A-10C and active in 2013 
with 25th Fighter Squadron at Osan Air Base, Korea. 
81-0036 F-15C-31-MC Eagle MSN 0776/C219. In November 2008 active with 71st Fighter 
Squadron at Langley AFB. Active in July 2018 with 122nd 
Fighter Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisana Air National 
Guard. 
82-0009 F-15C-33-MC Eagle MSN 0820/C240. Active in July 2018 with 122nd Fighter 
Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisana Air National Guard. 
82-0017 F-15C-33-MC Eagle MSN 0830/C248. Active in July 2018 with 122nd Fighter 
Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisana Air National Guard. 
87-24584 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70-1090. Active in June 2016 with 1-183rd Avn 
Battn Idaho Army National Guard. 
88-0536 F-16C Block 40D Fighting Falcon MSN 1C-138. Active with 36th Fighter Squadron at 
Osan Air Base, Korea in April 2018. 
93-0786 F-16A Block 20 Fighting Falcon MSN TA-85. To Taiwan as 6685 with 401st Tactical 
Composite Wing at Hualien and crashed on June 4, 2018. 
93-2041 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5370. Active in July 2018 with 169th Airlift 
Squadron/182nd Airlift Wing Illinois Air National Guard. 
94-6703 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5393. Active in July 2018 with 169th Airlift 
Squadron/182nd Airlift Wing Illinois Air National Guard. 
96-1007 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5427. Active in July 2018 with 109th Airlift 
Squadron/133rd Airlift Wing Minnesota Air National 
Guard. 
05-27042 UH-60L Black Hawk Active in March 2014 with 2-238th Avn Utah Army National 
Guard and in July 2018 with 1-183rd Avn, Idaho Army 
National Guard. 
	
63-7839		C-130E
2/64: TOS USAF. 
By 9/75: 61st Tactical Airlift Squadron, 314th Tactical Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
By 1998: 61st Airlift Squadron, 463rd Airlift Group, Little Rock AFB, AR. 

63-7876		C-130E
5/64: TOS USAF and assigned to 464th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
1967: Unit redesignated 464th Tactical Airlift Wing. 
Ca.1968: 778th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
Unknown date: 41st TAS, 317th TAW, Pope AFB.  
Ca. 8/71: 314th TAW, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
9/97: 61st Airlift Squadron, 463rd Airlift Group, Little Rock AFB, AR. 

63-7877		C-130E
5/7/64: TOS USAF, assigned to 464th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
1965: 438th Military Airlift Wing, McGuire AFB, NJ. 
Ca.12/65: 50th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Air Division, Clark Air Base, Philippines. 
1/66: 776th Troop Carrier Squadron, 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
7/71: 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan. 
6/74: 776th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Clark AFB, Philippines. 
1/76: 345th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 316th Tactical Airlift Group, Yokota Air Base, Japan. 
8/89: 167th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 167th Tactical Airlift Group, West Virginia ANG, Shepherd Field ANG Base, Martinsburg, WV. 
4/95: 169th Airlift Squadron, 182nd Airlift Wing, Illinois ANG, Peoria, IL. 
8/05: 53rd Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
Ca.2006: 62nd Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
8/09: 182nd Airlift Wing Unit, Peoria, IL for static display.

64-0533		C-130E
12/64: TOS USAF, assigned to 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Sewart AFB, TN. 
1/66: 4413th Troop Carrier Wing, Sewart AFB, TN. 
6/67: 64th Tactical Airlift Wing, Sewart AFB, TN. 
1/70: 777th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Pope AFB, NC. 
6/70: 47th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Dyess AFB, TX. 
10/71: 38th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Forbes AFB, KS. 
11/73: 314th Tactical Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
11/91: 62nd Airlift Squadron, 314th Tactical Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
3/93: 37th Airlift Squadron, Rhein-Main AB, Germany.  
10/1/94: unit moved to Ramstein AB, Germany. 
12/02: Center wing cracks discovered. 
2004: NMUSAF Loan Program. 
5/04: Elmendorf AFB, AK for display.

64-0540		C-130E
Ca.12/64: TOS USAF. 
By 8/71: 778th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 464th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
By 2/83: 317th TAW, Pope AFB, NC. 
By 6/94: 61st TAS, 23rd Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
1997: 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 

64-14855		HC-130H	
Ca. 1965 TOS USAF, assigned to 57th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron, Lajes Field, Azores, Portugal. 
By 5/67: 67th ARRS, RAF Mildenhal, Suffolk. 
Unknown date: 48th ARRS Eglin AFB, FL. 
Unknown date: 303rd ARRS, March AFB, CA. 
By 2/88: 304th ARRS, 939th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Group, Portland International Airport, OR. 
4/1/90: Unit redesignated 304th Air Rescue Squadron, 939th Air Rescue Wing. 
2/1/92: Unit redesignated 304th Rescue Squadron, 939th Rescue Wing. 
By 1994: Converted to HC-130P. 
By 2010: 39th Rescue Squadron, 920th Rescue Wing, Patrick AFB, FL. 
10/30/15: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
(one source on ‘net says converted to NC-130H, but could find no other information about that as far as when, photos, unit, etc).

64-14861		HC-130H
8/65: TOS USAF and assigned to 48th Air Recovery Squadron, Air Rescue Service, Eglin AFB, FL. 
11/65: 57th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron, Lajes Field, Azores, Portugal. 
1976: Converted to WC-130H. 
1/76: 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 41st Rescue and Weather Reconnaissance Wing, Andersen AFB, Guam.
9/11/87: 815th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 403rd Tactical Airlift Wing, Keesler AFB, MS. 
2/1/92: Unit redesignated 815th Airlift Squadron, 403rd Operations Group. 
1/4/93: Unit redesignated 815th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron. 
11/1/93: 53rd WRS, 403rd Operations Group, Keesler AFB, MS.
7/1/94: Unit redesignated 53rd WRS, 403rd Wing. 
6/14/06: 327th Airlift Squadron, 913th Operations Group, Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, PA (this was possibly a loan vs reassignment). 
10/1/07: 53rd WRS, 403rd Wing, Keesler AFB, MS. 
8/4/08: 105th Airlift Squadron, 118th Operations Group (AFRC), Berry Field, Nashville, TN. 
9/18/12: 198th Airlift Squadron, 156th Airlift Wing, Puerto Rico ANG, Muniz ANG Base, Carolina, PR. 
6/7/16: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 400061.

70-1261		C-130E
1971: TOS USAF and assigned to 64th Tactical Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB, AR. 
1971: 464th TAW, Pope AFB, NC. 
Ca.1972: 317th TAW, Pope AFB.  
Ca.9/90-2/91: Flew in Operation Desert Storm. 
By 4/94: 23rd Wing, Pope AFB. 
Ca.1997: 41st Airlift Squadron, 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB. 
12/01: Began flying support for Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. 

70-1262		C-130E  (This is just up to your AMARC information, and then the Polish Unit assigned)
1971: TOS USAF, assigned to 777th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Pope AFB, NC. 
1972: 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB. 
By 5/97: 41st Airlift Squadron, 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
4/26/10: TOS Polish AF as s/n 1502. 
4/27/10: 14th Aviation Transport Squadron, 33rd Transport Aviation Base, Powidz.

70-1265		C-130E
1971: TOS USAF, assigned to 777th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Pope AFB, NC. 
1972: 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB. 
Ca.1975: 435th Tactical Airlift Wing, Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany. 
By 1978: 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
Ca.1992: 23rd Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
By 5/97: 41st Airlift Squadron, 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 

70-1266		C-130E
1971: TOS USAF, assigned to 777th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Pope AFB, NC. 
1972: 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
Ca.1997: 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 

70-1273		C-130E
9/71: TOS USAF and assigned to the 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
10/92: 40th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 317th Operations Group, Pope AFB. 
9/93: 2nd Airlift Squadron, 23rd Operations Group, Pope AFB. 
Ca.1997: 43rd Airlift Wing, Pope AFB. 
3/24/09: TOS Polish AF as 1501. 1st of 5 C-130s provided. 
3/25/09: 14th Aviation Transport Squadron (ELT), 33rd Transport Aviation Base, Powidz.
Consolidated B-24H:
42-94890	‘Chesty’ of 391 BS, 34 BG
42-94904	‘Belle of the Brawl’ of 391 BS, 34 BG
42-94908	‘Tiger Rag’ of 7 BS, 34 BG

De Havilland DH 94 Moth Minor:
42-94128	confirmed c/n 94030 ex G-AFPJ, to SU-ACP, back to G-AFPJ, then to USAAF

Douglas C-47A:
42-93537	training unit was No 107 OTU (Operational Training Unit), formed in May 1944 and based at 
	Leicester East; KG648 was one of the first Dakotas to be taken on charge by No 107 OTU
42-93540	was Indonesian AF NI-474 before PK-DPF
42-93605	was Indonesian AF NI-475 before PK-DPG
42-93813	was Indonesian AF NI-477 before PK-DPI

Fairchild UC-61:
42-94147	c/n 120 ex NC41844
94-97053	c/n 112 ex N28693

Fairchild UC-61E:
42-94139	c/n 3306 ex NC8495

Fairchild UC-61G:
42-94127	c/n 122 ex NC296Y

Fairchild UC-86:
42-94142	c/n 409 ex NC25392

Rearwin C-102:
42-97046	c/n 661 ex NC41557
42-97047	c/n 627 ex NC20733

Stinson UC-81K:
42-97056	c/n 5942 ex NC1920

Stinson L-9B:
42-94130	c/n 8254 ex NC39454
42-94136	c/n 7808 ex NC31559
42-97051	c/n 8256 ex NC39456
42-97430	c/n 7919 ex NC32271
42-97432	c/n 7787 ex NC31538
42-97434	c/n 7780 ex NC31530

Waco UC-72:
42-94132	c/n 5088 ex NC20964

Waco UC-72B (not UC-72A) (thus Model EGC8, not ARE):
42-94144	c/n 5055 ex NC19365
42-94145	c/n 5058 ex NC19382

	Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
		34344 (msn.27623) LA ANG, sold to Aero Associates Inc (Gregory Board dba), Tucson-Ryan Field, AZ. To civil registry as 
			N91356. Seized by US Customs prior to attempted breaking of embargo on arms sales to Portugal, Sep 1965. Sold to 
			Ames Applicator Corp, Ames, IA, 1966, and cvtd to aerial sprayer. Regd to Aero Union Corp, Chico, CA, Dec 4 
			1970. Although generally reported scrapped at Ames, IA, during 1974, the FAA records the regn canx as exported 
			to Canada, Sep 5 1974.  

85-24387/24464	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
		24388 HH-60L available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.

85-24465/24482	Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
		24482 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.

86-24561/24578	Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
		24572 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.

87-24657/24674	Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
		24661 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.
		24671 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.
		24674 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.

88-26015/26086	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
		26015 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.

06-27109/27113	Sikorsky HH-60L Pave Hawk
		27112 available for purchase by federal agencies, Jun 2018.
41-28843 	715th Bomb Squadron, 448th Bomb Group, Seething, Norfolk. ’Repulser’. Shot down by a small number of Me 410s led by Staffelkapitaen Hauptmann Dieter Puttfarken of II/KG51 when attempting to land in the dark returning from a late afternoon mission to the railway marshalling yards at Hamm, Germany. Crashed April 22, 1944 near Kessingland, Suffolk [10KIA].

41-29609/29611	Frankfort XTG-1
Frankfort Sailplane Company tandem two seat glider prototypes based on the Cinema IIB. Acquired by USAAF for an assault-glider training program.

41-29609 	Registered as NC34204. Bought by USAAF 12Apr41.
41-29610 	Registered as NC34205. Bought by USAAF 12Apr41.
41-29611 	Registered as NC34206. Bought by USAAF 12Apr41.

41-29612/29614	Schweizer XTG-2-SW
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. Three modified sailplanes ordered 18Jun41.

41-29612 	The Elmira Area Soaring Corporation (EASC) Army Glider School had its maiden public presentation for the American media during 12th Annual National Gliding and Soaring Contest at Elmira between June 28th and July 13th, 1941. Major Frederic R. Dent presented the TG-2 glider, s/n 41-29612. Flight Department, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Fatal crash after losing control adjacent to Patterson Field, Ohio 18Nov41.
41-29613 	Redesignated TG-2. 6th Glider Training Detachment, Twentynine Palms Air Academy, Condor Field, CA. Damaged at Condor Field, CA 17Aug42.

41-29615		Frankfort XCG-1-FR 
Frankfort Sailplane Company model TCG-41 eight seat glider prototype. Ordered 7May41; cancelled 31Mar42 after failure of the static test airframe. Contract cancelled.

41-29616		Frankfort XCG-2-FR 
Frankfort Sailplane Company model TCG-21 15-seat glider prototype. Ordered 7May41; cancelled 31Mar42 after failure of the XCG-1 static test airframe. Contract cancelled.

41-29617		Waco XCG-3
Waco Aircraft Company model NYQ eight seat glider. Ordered 6Jun41. First flight 3Feb42. 
Clinton County Field, Wilmington, OH. Used for glider retrieval trials Dec42.

41-29618		Waco XCG-4
Waco Aircraft Company model NZR 15-seat glider prototype. Ordered 6Jun41. First flight May42. 

41-29619		St. Louis XCG-5-SL
St. Louis Aircraft Corporation SL.5 eight seat troop glider. Ordered 28Jun41. First flight at Lambert Field, St Louis 3Oct42. The aircraft was found to be unsatisfactory and on 1Sep43 the program was cancelled.

41-29620		St. Louis XCG-6-SL 
St. Louis Aircraft Corporation SL.6 15-seat troop glider. Ordered 28Jun41. Following the cancellation of the XCG-5, the XCG-6 was cancelled before construction began. 

41-29621		Bowlus XCG-7
Bowlus Sailplanes nine seat troop glider designed by Bowlus but built by Douglas Aircraft Company at El Segundo, CA.
MSN 1359	Delivered to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio for testing in Feb42 where it failed structural testing. The glider was repaired but failed again. First flight 15Jul42 but the aircraft was found to be overweight. Further development was cancelled Aug43. The wood and fabric glider was donated 25Aug43 to the High Voltage Laboratory of the National Bureau of Standards, Washington DC to test ways of protecting aircraft against lightning

41-29622		Bowlus XCG-8
Bowlus Sailplanes 15-seat troop glider designed by Bowlus but built by Douglas Aircraft Company at El Segundo, CA.
MSN 1361	Damaged in a storm Jun43. It failed structural tests and the program was terminated in August 1943. The aircraft was kept in storage until it was destroyed on 17 July 1944.

42-8708/8725	Schweizer TG-2-SW
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. Ordered 24Oct41.
			
42-8708 	325th School Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM. Crashed after losing control at Fort Sumner, NM 29Sep42.
42-8709 	325th School Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM. Crashed after losing control at Fort Sumner, NM 15Sep42.
42-8710 	325th School Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM. Damaged taking off at Fort Sumner, NM 5Oct42.
42-8711	(MSN 28)	Registered as N50795; expired 20Nov07, cancelled 15Aug13. Restoration in Springfield, Missouri.
42-8712	6th Glider Training Detachment, Twentynine Palms Air Academy, Condor Field, CA. Damaged in collision landing at Condor Field 12May42.

42-8715 	6th Glider Training Detachment, Twentynine Palms Air Academy, Condor Field, CA. Mid-air collision with TG-242-8716 and crashed five miles NNW of Condor Field, CA 10Apr42 [1KIS].
42-8716 	6th Glider Training Detachment, Twentynine Palms Air Academy, Condor Field, CA. Mid-air collision with TG-242-8715 and crashed five miles NNW of Condor Field, CA 10Apr42 [1KIS].

42-8720	(MSN 43)	Registered as N50796. Destroyed when stalled landing at Auburn, CA 29Jul67. Substantially damaged at Boise, ID 24Aug68. Downdrafts prevented a return to the airfield; the pilot caught a wing in Alfalfa crops during landing in gusty winds, ground looped and nosed over. Registration current [Jun18].

42-8724 	6th Glider Training Detachment, Twentynine Palms Air Academy, Condor Field, CA. Crashed after takeoff at Deadman Dry Lake, CA 13Jun42 [1KIS].

42-14702/14704		Schweizer XTG-3
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-12 two seat training glider. Procured by USAAF 13Oct41.

42-14702	(MSN 1)
42-14703	(MSN 2)	Registered as N67812; cancelled 13Sep95. Destroyed after the pilot lost control when the glider was hit by a gust of wind and went into a spin at Waialua, Hawaii 12Aug71.
42-14704	(MSN 3)

42-14705/14707	Laister-Kauffman XTG-4A
Laister-Kauffmann Aircraft Corporation Model LK-10A Yankee Doodle 2 tandem-seat training glider. Prototypes, designated by USAAC as XTG-4A-LK.

42-14705	MSN 1	Flight Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Force landed under tow eight miles west of McHenry, MS 6Sep42.
42-14706	MSN 2	Registered as N2040; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 8Aug12.
42-14707	MSN 3	Registered as N65938; cancelled 3Feb72.

42-43518/43617	Waco CG-3
Waco Aircraft Company model NYQ eight seat glider built under contract by Commonwealth Aircraft of Kansas City, MO. Used as trainers for the improved Waco CG-4A, but most remained in their shipping crates in storage.

42-43580	1064th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM. Damaged while parked in collision by Waco CG-3A 42-77022 while landing at Fort Sumner 12Apr43. 

42-43581	1064th Basic Flying Training Squadron, Fort Sumner, NM. Damaged while parked in collision by Waco CG-3A 42-77022 while landing at Fort Sumner 12Apr43. 

42-43628/43647	Waco CG-4A-RO
Waco Aircraft Company model NZR troop glider built under contract by Robertson Aircraft Corporation of St. Louis, MO.

42-43629	73rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 434th Troop Carrier Group, Alliance Field, Alliance, NB. Accident landing at Alliance 6Jul43.

42-43643	35th Troop Carrier Squadron, 64th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Comiso, Sicily. Fatal crash at Forte Braschi , Italy 11Jul44.

42-43649/43678 	Waco CG-4A-LK
Waco Aircraft Company model NZR troop glider built under contract by Laister-Kauffman Corporation of St. Louis, MO.

42-43651	Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. Accident landing at Stout Field 5May43.

42-43656	45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group, Twelfth Air Force, Borizzo, Trapani, Sicily. 
Damaged while parked on the ground by CG-4A 42-79059 landing at Borizzo 7Dec43.

42-43674	437th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Ramsbury (Station 469). Towed by a C-47, the glider transported men and materials for the 82nd Airborne Division to a landing zone at Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, France on Mission ‘Detroit’, 6Jun44.

42-43679/43753	Laister-Kauffman TG-4A
Laister-Kauffmann Aircraft Corporation Model LK-10A Yankee Doodle 2 tandem-seat training glider. Designated by USAAC as TG-4A-LK.

42-43679	MSN 4	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH September 28, 1944.
42-43680	MSN 5	848th School Squadron, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX. Fatal accident landing at Lubbock 27Aug42. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA December 4, 1945. Registered as N51584; cancelled 1Apr13.	
42-43681	MSN 6			
42-43682	MSN 7	28th Glider Training Detachment, Lamesa Field, TX. Crashed after losing control at Lamesa Field 4Sep42. CL-26 at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX September 26, 1942.
42-43683	MSN 8	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX December 5, 1945. Registered 6Aug45 as N53274; cancelled 8Feb50.
42-43684	MSN 9	417th Glider Mechanics School, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. Damaged landing at Sheppard Field 20Oct43. Scrapped at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX February 9, 1945. Registered as N53612; expired 9Apr88, cancelled 13Jun13. Displayed at the Planes of Fame, Chino, California.	
42-43685	MSN 10	892nd Twin-Engined Flying Training Squadron, Stuttgart, AR. Fatal crash after losing control at Stuttgart, AR 6Apr43. Surveyed at Stuttgart Field, AR April 20, 1943.
42-43686	MSN 11	Surveyed at Stuttgart Field, AR October 16, 1943.
42-43687	MSN 12	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 16, 1943.
42-43688	MSN 13	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 18, 1944. Registered as N8653E; revoked 23Apr77, cancelled 4Feb17. 
42-43689	MSN 14	18th Glider Training Detachment, Elmira Area Soaring Corporation (EASC) Army Glider School, Bates Field, Mobile, AL. Crashed with mechanical failure after the pilot bailed out at Bates Field 17Dec42. 	
42-43690	MSN 15	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL September 28, 1944. Registered as N46313; expired 23Mar91, cancelled 4Jun13.
42-43691	MSN 16	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Lansing, MI October 13, 1944.
42-43692	MSN 17	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 21, 1944. Registered as N46932; cancelled 31Dec70.
42-43693	MSN 18	Surveyed at Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY April 30, 1943.
42-43694	MSN 19	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 30, 1944. Registered as N47390; current [Jun18].
42-43695	MSN 20	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 2, 1944. Registered 17Aug51 as N61640; cancelled 15Feb56.
42-43696	MSN 21	19th Glider Training Detachment, Hays Airport, Hays, KS. Fatal crash three miles east of Greenville, SC 14Jan43. 
42-43697	MSN 22	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM August 29, 1944. Registered 26Feb53 as N124W; cancelled 23Nov70.
42-43698	MSN 23	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 12, 1944. Registered as N53609; current [Jun18].
42-43699	MSN 24	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 4, 1944. Registered 28Jan48 as N53610; cancelled 11Aug55.
42-43700	MSN 25	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM August 29, 1944. Registered 5Aug47 as N50891; cancelled 11Oct55.
42-43701	MSN 26	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 15, 1944. Registered as N53611; cancelled 2Nov64. Destroyed when stalled during takeoff at Reno, NV 30Aug64.
42-43702	MSN 27	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 12, 1944.
42-43703	MSN 28	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 15, 1944. Registered as N53613; expired 21Oct08, cancelled 18Jul17. Displayed at the US Southwest Soaring Museum, Moriarty, New Mexico.
42-43704	MSN 29	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL September 17, 1944. Registered 16Jan47 as N53614; cancelled 24Mar48.
42-43705	MSN 30	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 17, 1944. Registered as N46328; expired 1Feb08, cancelled 11Dec12.
42-43706	MSN 31	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL September 26, 1944. Registered 19Aug47 as N49923; cancelled 15Nov48 on export to Canada. Registered as CF-ZBI; current [Jun18].
42-43707	MSN 32	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL September 24, 1944. Registered as N47052; expired 3Jun08, cancelled 3May13.
42-43708	MSN 33	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL February 18, 1945. Registered 26Apr45 as N33W; cancelled 23Nov70.
42-43709	MSN 34	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cimmaron Field, Yukon, OK October 1, 1944. Registered 11Jul47 as N53615; cancelled 13Jul51.
42-43710	MSN 35	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 19, 1944. Registered as N53616; revoked 14Jan77.
42-43711	MSN 36	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 11, 1944. Registered as N2840D; expired 29Mar86, cancelled 21Feb13.
42-43712	MSN 37	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM August 28, 1944. Registered as N50893; revoked 7Apr78, cancelled 10Aug12.
42-43713	MSN 38	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 11, 1944. Registered 18Dec46 as N53617; cancelled 3May51.
42-43714	MSN 39	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM August 24, 1944.
42-43715	MSN 40	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 1, 1944. Registered as N50895; revoked 14Jan77.
42-43716	MSN 41	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM November 2, 1944.
42-43717	MSN42	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 23, 1944.
42-43718	MSN 43	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM October 9, 1945.
42-43719	MSN 44	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM March 13, 1945. Registered as N52454; cancelled 14Feb49.
42-43720	MSN 45	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 9, 1945. Registered as N49949; sale reported 4Apr81, cancelled 10Dec12.
42-43721	MSN 46	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 1, 1944. Registered 21Apr49 as N50896; cancelled 16Sep52.
42-43722	MSN 47	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 11, 1944. Registered as N53618; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 5Jun13.
42-43723	MSN 48	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 17, 1944. Registered as N53619; current [Jun18]. Substantially damaged 24Jul83. The aircraft struck a bush during a landing short of the runway. The instructor in the rear seat noted that the airspeed indicator at that position did not register below 60 mph by design. The instructor had no recent experience in this make of aircraft and had no feeling for airspeed in it. He saw that the aircraft was low and slow and reached to close the dive brakes as the aircraft started to settle. The aircraft impacted a bush with the left wing and ground looped, coming to rest short of the runway. The instructor observed that there were wind shear conditions at the time and gusts to 20 kts.
42-43724	MSN 49	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM October 7, 1944. Registered as N53620; cancelled 18Apr63.
42-43725	MSN 50	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 17, 1944. Registered as N53621; cancelled 7Aug58 on export to Canada.
42-43726	MSN 51	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 4, 1944. Registered as N53622; cancelled 23Sep70.
42-43727	MSN 52	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 11, 1944. Registered as N53623; cancelled 24Jun76.
42-43728	MSN 53	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 17, 1944. Registered as N53624; cancelled 26Sep13.
42-43729	MSN 54	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 6, 1944.
42-43730	MSN 55	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 9, 1945.
42-43731	MSN 56	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 18, 1944
42-43732	MSN 57	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 9, 1945. Registered as N4270K; sale reported 9Apr91, cancelled 26Mar13.
42-43733	MSN 58	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 1, 1944. Registered as N50897; revoked 14Jan77.
42-43734	MSN 59	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 4, 1944. Displayed at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Dayton, Ohio. The glider, suspended from the ceiling of the World War II Gallery, was donated to the museum in 1980 by Frederick A. Tietzel and placed on display in 2003.
42-43735	MSN 60	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 1, 1944.
42-43736	MSN 61	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 12, 1944. Registered as N53625. Substantially damaged when undershot landing in windy conditions at Elsinore, CA 10Oct71. Donated to the Port Townsend Aero Museum, Port Townsend, WA. Registered 13Nov07 to Port Townsend Aero Museum, WA; current [Jun18].
42-43737	MSN 62	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 12, 1944. Registered as N53626; revoked 17Jan77.
42-43738	MSN 63	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 9, 1945.
42-43739	MSN 64	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL October 9, 1945. Registered 26Jul45 as N54586; cancelled 7Jun49.
42-43740	MSN 65	1148th Glider Training Squadron, Fort Sumner Field, NM Nov43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 11, 1944. Registered as N53627; expired 12Jun84, cancelled 15Aug13. Displayed at the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, Georgia 1987.
42-43741	MSN 66	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Helena Field, MT February 20, 1945. Registered as N58082; revoked 14Jan77.
42-43742	MSN 67	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Helena Field, MT February 20, 1945. Registered as N37193; current [Jun18].
42-43743	MSN 68	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Helena Field, MT February 20, 1945. Registered as N50497; cancelled 25Jul63.
42-43744	MSN 69	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Helena Field, MT February 20, 1945.
42-43745	MSN 70	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Helena Field, MT February 20, 1945. Registered as N66627. Registered 10Aug59 to the Aerology Research Corporation, Los Angeles, CA; cancelled 8Aug67.
42-43746	MSN 71	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX February 1, 1945.Registered as N56588. Registered 2Mar99 to the Southern Museum of Flight Foundation, Birmingham, AL. Registration expired 19Feb08, cancelled 28Feb17. Displayed at the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham.
42-43747	MSN 72	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX February 1, 1945.
42-43748	MSN 73	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX February 1, 1945.
42-43749	MSN 74	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX February 1, 1945. Registered as N56300. Substantially damaged when stalled during a towed takeoff at Harvest, AL 12Sep65; the tow pilot failed to maintain towing speed. Reregistered 16Apr03 as N743LK; expired 27Jan11, cancelled 18Sep17.
42-43750	MSN 75	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 17, 1944. Registered 8Sep49 as N53628; cancelled 29Nov55.
42-43751	MSN 76	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Roswell Field, NM September 15, 1944. Registered as N53629; revoked 17Jan77.
42-43752	MSN 77	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX February 1, 1945. Registered as N56302; cancelled 28Jan74.
42-43753	MSN 78	Reconstruction Finance Corporation, South Plains Field, Lubbock, TX February 1, 1945. Registered as N56051; cancelled 14Nov67. The glider suffered structural failure when an unapproved modification was overloaded during spin aerobatics; the pilot lost control and crashed at Adelanto, CA 16Oct66.



References

1. John Andrade
2. Glenn Chatfield
3. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
4. Vesto Haas
5. Stewart Lanham