Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised June 17, 2018


41-20095		C-53
1/29/42: TOS USAAF and assigned to Bolling Field, Washington, DC.  
3/16/42: Ferry Command, Presque Isle Army Air Field, ME.  
5/1/43: North Atlantic Wing of Air Transport Command (originally named 23rd AAF Ferrying Wing). 
There is some information which says this plane was in the Pacific Theatre for a short time and that for two months it was used as General MacArthur’s personal transport. 
5/12/45: Cairo Division of the FEA (FEA meaning?).  
9/3/45: Danish Airlines (DDL) purchased this plane from War Assets and named it “Gorm Viking,” with c/r OY-DCE.  In 1946 DDL merged with other operators to become Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and this plane continued operating with SAS until sold. 
10/52: Ramapo Foundry and Wheel Works of New York, who registered it as N9959F.  
Unknown date:  Air Carriers Corporation as N34D. 
Unknown date:  E.T. Barwick of Mills, GA. 
6/63: Houston Aircraft Sales of Houston, TX. 
10/64: Ohio State Department of Commerce, Columbus, OH.  It then became primarily a transport for Ohio’s governor, using the calls sign “Ohio One.” 
9/77: donated to the Air Force Museum, but the registration wasn’t cancelled until December 1983. 
9/90: Ohio University at Athens, OH (and registered N34DF), solely for the engines, which were removed and used on their DC-3, while the plane remained at the Air Force Museum.
10/10/90: Kenneth W. Joseph of Canton, OH.  He purchased new engines and restored the aircraft to flying condition for a ferry permit, and then flew the plane to Beach City, OH were complete restoration was begun.  Lacking funding the plane sat with little work done until April 2017 when it was purchased by Vintage Wings of Washington, PA, who are in the process of restoring this aircraft.

43-1999		C-49K     Some here supplements what you already have.
1942: Ordered by TWA as DC-3-455, c/r NC34977, ntu. 
10/22/42: TOS USAAF.  
By 12/43: 68th Squadron, 1st Operational Training Unit, Rosecrans Field, MO. 
6/21/45: RFC. 
6/25/45: TWA with c/r NC44897, aircraft #338. 
4/30/52: Beldex Corp. 
1953: Diamond Alkali Corp, with c/r N23D. 
Unknown date: Converted to DC-3A. 
1963: Dayton Steel Foundry Company with c/r N230D. 
10/67: Burnside Ott, Aviation Training Center. 
1970: C. Hall, Miami, FL. 
1971: Edgeco Air Sales Inc, Middlesboro, MA. 
1974: Airline Aviation Academy Inc, Griffin, GA. 
1975: Air Commuter Express, Warrentown, NC (Air Go Inc). 
3/77: Air Commuter Express (A.Hulsey). 
4/28/80: J.C. Bowman, Anderson, SC (Bo-S-Air) with c/r N19BA. 
1/31/89: Century Airlines, Pontiac, MI. 
5/93: Piedmont Air Cargo with c/r N32MS. 
6/25/99: Roblex Aviation, Bayamon, PR with c/r N19BA. 
4/4/01: During instrument training flight, after a touch-and-go at San Juan-Luis Munoz Marin Airport, engine failure led to ditching in the ocean. No injuries but aircraft written off.

43-15982		C-47A	
5/44: TOS USAAF. 
6/2/44: Air Transport Command, 9th Student Training Unit, 36th Street Airport, Miami, FL.
6/17/44: 400th Base Unit, ASC Miami, FL. 
7/15/44: Air Transport Command, Caribbean. 
11/24/44: 1105th Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Miami, FL. 
1/2/45: 1103rd Base Unit, Morrison AAF, West Palm Beach, FL. 
9/14/47: 1102nd Base Unit, Mitchel Field, NY. 
9/18/19: TOS USAF. 
10/26/47: 1377th Base Unit, Westover AFB, MA. 
6/2/48: 520th Air Base Group. Flew missions in the Berlin Airlift. 
2/17/49: 1604th Air Base Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda. 
3/14/51: 1604th Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Westover AFB, MA. 
2/25/52: 1629th Support Squadron, Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
8/30/52: 2058th Air Weather Group, Wiesbaden, Germany. 
6/30/53: unit moved to Forstenfield, Austria. 
2/5/54: 2nd Air Weather Wing, Air Weather Service, USAFE, Furstenfeldbruck Air Base, Germany. 
4/11/55: 6th Weather Group, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
4/27/55: 6th Weather Detachment, Kelly AFB, TX. 
6/2/55: Tinker AFB, OK. 
6/18/58: 4th Weather Group, Andrews AFB, MD. 
6/30/61: LOG Tinker OKAMA, Tinker AFB, OK. 
1/1/62: 2854th Air Base Wing, Tinker AFB, OK. 
12/30/63: TOS US Army. New Cumberland Army Depot, PA. 
12/5/74: MASDC. 
7/28/75: Lee County Mosquito Control District, Fort Myers, FL, with c/r N838M. 
12/9/10: Dodson International Parts Inc, Rantoul, KS. 
8/13/12: The Roasterie, 1204 20th St, Kansas City, MO. Placed on display 9/18/12.

43-16041		C-47A	Just a wee bit of information prior to civilian life.
1944: TOS USAAF. 
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
By 4/51: Limestone AFB, ME (later Loring). 

43-16369		C-47B		
8/7/44: TOS USAAF. 
806th AAF Base Unit, Baer Field, Ft. Wayne, IN. 
8/27/44: 1379th AAF BU, Dow AAF, Bangor, ME. 
9/1/44: 436th Troop Carrier Group, 9th AF, Europe. Participated in D-Day (AM drop of 101st paratroopers, PM drop of 82nd gliders), Operation Dragoon with 82nd gliders, Operation Market-Garden, and Operation Varsity, among a host of other combat missions. 
7/16/45: 302nd AAF BU (ATC), Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA. 
7/20/45: 4126th AAFBU (Air Technical Service), San Bernardino, CA. 
1/30/46: 4145th AAF BU, Wendover Army Air Field, UT. 
1/28/47: converted to C-47D by removal of high-altitude blowers from engines. 
5/20/47: 216th AAF BU (Strategic Air Command), Wendover Army Air Field, UT. 
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
3/10/48: 201st BU, Peterson AFB, CO. 
8/10/48: 15th Air Force, March AFB, CA. 
8/19/49: 93rd Air Base Group, Castle AFB, CA. 
2/7/50: 93rd Bombardment Group, Castle AFB, CA. 
8/24/51: 93rd ABG, Castle AFB, CA. 
12/8/52: 93rd Bombardment Wing, Castle AFB, CA. 
4/1/55: 93rd ABG, Castle AFB, CA. 
5/1/59: 93rd Combat Support Group, Castle AFB, CA. 
10/1/61: 93rd BW, Castle AFB, CA. 
12/10/64: Storage, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
1966: USAF with c/r N2805J; believed to be personal transport for a U.S. Air Attache. 
5/31/67: Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Robins AFB, GA. 
1971: U. S. Department, Agriculture, Mission, TX; used in the Screw Worm eradication program. Still in USAF all metal scheme with insignia, etc. 
2/13/80: World Aircraft Museum, Mercer Field, Calhoun, GA. 
8/80: Standard Desert Air Parts, Tucson, AZ. Remained on display at World Aircraft Museum. 
8/5/95: Georgia Agency Surplus Property. 
1995: Dodson International Air, Douglasville, GA. 
4/00: American Flight Museum Inc, Topeka, KS (EAA Warbirds of America Squadron 14 Inc). Configured and marked by the museum to represent an AC-47 crewed by loadmaster Airman 1st Class John L. Levitow during a mission for which he was awarded the Medal of Honor.

43-30699		C-47A 	
9/28/43: TOS USAAF.  
Ca.1943: TOS RAF as Dakota III s/n K6751. 
By 3/45: TOS USAAF, 813th AAFBU, Sedalia AAF, MO. 
6/46: CAA with c/r NC203. 
Ca.1947: AAC (what is this?) with c/r NX500, used for training. 
Unknown date: State of Washington with c/r N5009. 
Unknown date: Unknown owner in Oklahoma City. 
1971: Surplus Properties Security, Moses Lake, WA. 
12/71: School, The Ozarks, Point Lookout, MO. 
Unknown date: Two Jacks Inc, Olive Branch, MS. 
5/3/77: Alpha Airline, Kings Point, NY. 
6/77: Basler Flight Service, Oshkosh, WI. 
9/17/90: TOS Malawi Defense Force Air Wing as s/n 76-20.

43-48459		C-47B
8/44: TOS USAAF. 
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
By 1965: Military Museum, Tri-Cities Airport, Freeland, MI.
12/74: Museum closed, aircraft up for sale. 
3/27/75: Texas Turbo-Jet Inc, Dallas, TX with c/r N47071. 
1/12/76: Falcon Airways, Addison, TX, with c/r N85FA. 
10/79-11/81: WFU at Houston, TX. 
12/81: Michael C. Baldwin, Dallas, TX. 
11/82: Registered as N105CA. 
4/84: Coker Air Freight, Love Field, Dallas, TX. 
5/86: Gregory Air Freight Inc, Denver, CO. 
7/87: Frontier America Federal Credit Union, Denver, CO. Operated by  Desert Air. 
4/2/98: Alta Leasing, Inc, Salt Lake City, UT. Operated by Desert Air.  
8/03: Air Tahoma, Rickenbacker Airport, Columbus, OH. 
3/13/13: Champaign Aviation Museum. Registered 4/5/13.

43-49270		C-47B
11/44: TOS USAAF. 
By 6/45: 3502nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Chanute Army Air Field, IL.  
Uknown date: Converted to C-47D. 
1978: Grissom AFB Air Museum, IN.

43-49507		C-47B	some additional information to what you have.
11/44: TOS USAAF.
By 1/47:  233rd Base Unit, Ft. Worth Army Air Field, TX.
9/18/47: TOS USAF 
Ca.1954: converted to C-47D. 
1950s: 307th Bomb Wing (Medium), Lincoln AFB, NE. 
By 1970: 834th Tactical Composite Wing, Hurlburt Field, FL. 
6/30/75: Retired and flown from Eglin AFB, FL to the Air Force Museum. It was the last C-47 in USAF service and ended with 20,821 flying hours.  
1987: Restored in the markings of 43-15174 of the 88th Troop Carrier Squadron, 438th Troop Carrier Group, 53rd Troop Carrier Wing, US 9th Air Force.  
After 2010: Markings were changed to represent the C-47A flown by 2nd Lt. Gerald C. Berry of 91st Troop Carrier Squadron 439th Troop Carrier Group, to recover gliders on D-Day.

44-76326		C-47B
2/45: TOS USAAF. 
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
9/54: Converted toVC-47D. 
Unknown date: 97th Bomb Wing (SAC), Blytheville AFB, AR.  Last SAC C-47. 
7/7/71: USS Alabama Commission, for display at USS Alabama Memorial Park. 
10/75: Ownership to USAF Museum Loan Program and Loaned to Battleship, AL Memorial.
Beechcraft AT-11:
42-36930	to Argentine AF (not Navy) as S-4 (S- prefix means Sanitario or ambulance)

Beechcraft UC-43:
44-67765	ex Bu23679; 44-67738 became RAF FT484
44-67769	ex Bu23691; 44-67726 became RAF FT477
44-67770	ex Bu23692; 44-67727 became RAF FT478

Bell OH-58C:
70-15529	to N892AS

Consolidated B-24J-FO:
44-48749/48752	cancelled

Douglas TC-47B:
44-76598	to AC-47D. It did go to MASDC but no inventory number is known; it may have been broken up.

Fairchild UC-61A:
43-14452	A problem here. A36-1 was a Fairchild 24R-9, c/n R9-416 ex VH-ACV of Newcastle Aero Club, impressed as A36-1, disposed of as VH-ACV

Howard UC-70:
44-32667	c/n 535 ex ZK-AHP; initially allocated 42-43627 but not taken on charge at the time; was later
	operated on lease as 44-32667

North American P-51D:
44-73200	place of crash was Orford Ness, a peninsula in Suffolk where the Chain Home radar system 
	was developed and tested in 1938-1939

Piper L-4B:
43-627	was Netherlands AF P-3 then PJ-AFA of Aruba Flying Club (the first aircraft it had)
43-774 etc.	this really is being pedantic, but the Brazilian liaison unit was the 1ª Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação.
43-1190	was Netherlands AF P-1; used by Aeroclub Curaçao but PJ- registration not known
43-1192	was Netherlands AF P-2 then PJ-GAD of Aeroclub Curaçao

Republic P-47D:
44-32825	confirmed as Portuguese AF 4418
44-32873	confirmed as Portuguese AF 4408
44-32897	confirmed as Portuguese AF 4411
44-32917	confirmed as Portuguese AF 4412
 
B-24H

 41-28666   March 18, 1944   MACR 3334
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed 2 km Northwest of St. Lucien 24 km East Northeast of Rouen France While on Mission to Friedrichshafen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Major Kurt Buhligen of JG 2/II Stab. (4) Crew Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out & (5) POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Evaded Capture.

41-28807   January 29, 1945
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. Aircraft Took off Then Made a Wheels Up Belly Landing For Unknown Cause. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Salvaged January 27 to 30, 1945. Aircraft Had Been Declared War Weary Before Accident.

41-28918   May 10, 1944
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

41-28922   September 27, 1944   MACR 9386
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed at Giessen am Schiffenberg Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-29117   February 24, 1944   MACR 2555
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 at Unterwelt Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (1) Crewman Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Evaded Capture.

41-29119   January 7, 1944   MACR 15103
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed Near Mendlesham West of Wetheringsett Suffolk 14 Miles South of (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England After Ran Out of Fuel While Returning From a Mission to Ludwigshaven Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Were Injured and Survived.

41-29130   February 24, 1944   MACR 2556
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 Southwest of Gotha Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-29132   April 13, 1944   MACR 3830
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Tenovus Belgium While Returning From a Mission to Oberpfaffenhofen Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and (8) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

41-29149   February 24, 1944   MACR 2557
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed 2.5 km North of Brotterode Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (9) Crew Killed. (1) Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

41-29306   April 22, 1944   MACR 4172
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Espierres 12 km North of Tournai Belgium While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Hamm Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture.

41-29483   June 21, 1944
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crash Landed at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Salvaged.

41-29542   September 27, 1944   MACR 9570
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1 km East of Doringsdorf Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-29579   September 27, 1944   MACR 9387
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1 km Southwest of Lindenau Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 109A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7515   February 24, 1944   MACR 2550
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed Near Bad Hersfeld Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7517   February 24, 1944   MACR 2551
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 and Crashed at Dillkrels Southwest of Gotha Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. Fw 190A-7 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-7520   December 22, 1943   MACR 16098
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 and Crashed 1 Mile From Bolsward Holland While on a Mission to Osnabruck Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed in Flames. BF 110G-2 Flown By Uffz. Josef Holzmann of ZG 26/1. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-7523   February 2, 1944   MACR 2509
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Ditched From Unknown Cause in The North Sea While on a Mission on The V-1 Rocket Site at Siracourt France. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-7532   January 31, 1944
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-7559   February 15, 1944
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause at (RAF Manston Airfield) Manston Kent England While Returning From a Mission on The V-1 Rocket Sites at Siracourt France. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-7565   January 30, 1944   MACR 2247
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Ditched in The North Sea Due to Mechanical Failure While on a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Aircraft Had Turned Around and Was Heading Home When Ditched. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-7566   February 24, 1944   MACR 2552
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Assler Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7567   February 24, 1944   MACR 2553
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed at Baalder 1 km Northeast of Hardenburg Holland While on a Mission on Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. Believed Fw 190A-6 Flown By Oblt. Hans Hartigs of JG 26/2. (6) Crew Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7569   February 20, 1944   MACR 2439
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 in The Holzminden Germany Area and Crashed 1 km North of Edemissen Germany While on a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Aircraft Crashed and Burned. Fw 190A-7 Flown By Hptm. Rolf-Gunther Hermichen of JG 11/I Stab. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-7571   July 11, 1944   MACR 6943
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Missed The Airfield and Landed in a Cornfield Near Dubendorf Airfield Near Zurich Switzerland Due to Flak Damage While Returning From a Mission to Munich Germany. All (9) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Switzerland. Returned in 1945.

42-7579   February 24, 1944   MACR 2554
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6and Crasshe at Driedorf Southwest of Herborn Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (3) Crew Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-24H

42-7586   March 6, 1944   MACR 2960
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crash Landed at Schonwalde Northwest of Berlin Germany While on a Mission on Factories at Berlin Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7590   March 23, 1944   MACR 3544
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Wildeshausen Germany While on a Mission to Munster and Hamm Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7601   April 12, 1944   MACR 3828
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Ningeon Belgium While on a Mission to Zwickau Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (6) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-7604   March 9, 1944   MACR 2961
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 1 km Northwest of Gehrden Hannover Germany While on a Mission on The Arado Fluzgeugwerke Factory at Brandenburg Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-7627   April 9, 1944   MACR 3943
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landed in Sweden After Damaged By Flak While on a Mission an Aircraft Assemble Plant at Tutow Germany. All (10) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Sweden. Returned in 1945. Aircraft Returned on October 2, 1945.

42-7643   March 16, 1944   MACR 3186
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed at Trouan 30 km North Northeast of Troyes France Due to Engine Failure While Returning From a Mission to Friedrichshafen Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50280   April 18, 1945
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Taxiing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Believed Repaired and Returned to USA and Scrapped.

42-50321   September 27, 1944   MACR 9911
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1.5 km West of Herleshausen Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50324   September 27, 1944   MACR 9388
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 2.5 km Southeast of Ulfen Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42- 50325   April 22, 1944   MACR 4173
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Willicher Hardt 2 km Southwest of Osterath at Neuss Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Hamm Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50329   June 21, 1944   MACR 6166
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt Me 410A at Aaroasund Denmark and Crashed 800 Meters South of Aro Island Denmark in The Lille Baelt Strait. Me 410A Flown By Lt. Woeske of Leftbeostaffel/1.(8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50334   July 11, 1944   MACR 6942
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Stuttgart Germany While on a Mission to Munich Germany. Was Headed Home When Last Seen Under Control Being Escorted By U.S. Fighters. Reported Crashed in France. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-50340   September 27, 1944   MACR 9389
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1 km Northeast of Archfeld Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 109A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50346   May 28, 1944   MACR 5302
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 1 km Southwest of Stoessen Germany While on a Mission to Merseburg Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50347   October 18, 1944
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Collided With Another Aircraft in Mid Air and Exploded 2 Miles Southwest of Birkenhead England. All Crew and Passengers (24) Were Killed.

42-50383   September 27, 1944   MACR 9390
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 2 km Northeast of Braunhausen Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51080   September 27, 1944   MACR 9762
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 400 Meters South of Hessisch Lichtenau Reichenbach Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51098   August 16, 1944   MACR 8432
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24H (42-52447) in Mid Air and Crashed North of Mosigkau 7 km Southwest of Dessau Germany While on a Mission to Dessau Germany. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-51223   March 23, 1945   MACR 13618
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Munster Germany While on a Mission to Munster Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 

42-52364   February 24, 1944   MACR 2558
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed Near Bad Salzungen Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (8) Crew Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-52447   August 16, 1944   MACR 8431
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24H (42-51098) in Mid Air and Crashed North of Mosigkau 7 km Southwest of Dessau Germany While on a Mission to Dessau Germany. (8) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-64434   February 20, 1944   MACR 2440
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed 500 Meters Southwest of Greene Germany While on a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Uffz. Georg Borkenhagen of JG 11/10. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-64439   February 20, 1944   MACR 2438
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 in The Holzminden Germany Area and Crashed Near Hofgut Kutscheid 10 km North of Montabaur Germany While on a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. Fw 190A-7 Flown By Hptm. Rolf-Gunther Hermichen of JG 11/I Stab. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-64440   February 24, 1944   MACR 2559
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt Me 410A West of Sulingen Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. Crashed at Drohne Dielingen Germany. Me 410A Flown By Uffz. Josef Scheidler of ZG 26/1. (6) Crew Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94828   January 31, 1945
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Repaired and Flown to USA and Salvaged on October 3, 1945.
B-24H

42-94863   September 27, 1944   MACR 9395
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 2 km South of Cornberg Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94870   April 7, 1945   MACR 13894
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Hit By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a Near Bremen Germany While Returning From a Mission to Duneberg Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Uffz. Anton Schoppler of JG 7/3. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94896   January 3, 1945
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
 Landing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Never Used Again. Repaired and Returned to USA on June 16, 1945. Salvaged on October 24, 1945.

42-94940   November 26, 1944   MACR 10754
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Sorsum 10 km Southwest of Hildesheim Germany While on a Mission to Misburg Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-94957   May 8, 1944   MACR 4786
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed at Egmond aan Zee Holland While Returning From a Mission to Brunswick Germany. All (10) Crew Were Killed. Could of Been Shot Down By German Fighter But No Record Can Be Found of That.

42-95020   July 13, 1944
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Beccles Airfield) Beccles Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Never Used Again. Repaired and Returned to USA on June 17, 1945. Salvaged on September 25, 1945.

42-95042   August 14, 1944
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Forced Landing 2 Miles East of (RAF East Wretham Airfield) Station USAAF-133 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Destroyed By Fire. Salvaged on August 15, 1944.

42-95051   May 8, 1944   MACR 4784
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 Northwest of Hannover Germany While on a Mission to Brunswick Germany. Believed Fw 190A-7 Flown By Ofw. Leo Schuhmacher of JG 1/II Stab. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-95078   September 27, 1944   MACR 9396
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 2 km Southwest of Richelsdorf Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95098   June 20, 1944   MACR 5928
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Ventee St. Remy 13 km Southwest of Neufchatel France While on a Mission to Neufchatel France. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95128   September 27, 1944   MACR 9397
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1 km West of Richelsdorf Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95130   June 21, 1944   MACR 6766
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Ditched in The North Sea Due to Flak Damage While Returning From a Mission to Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

42-95192   July 25, 1944   MACR 7841
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Marigny France While on a Mission to St. Lo France. Aircraft Burst into Flames and Broke Up in Mid Air. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out (1) Crewman Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945. (2) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-95247   September 12, 1944   MACR 8922
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Hollum Ameland West Frisian Islands Holland While on a Mission to Misburg Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-95280   June 27, 1944   MACR 6731
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Mello 8 km Northwest of Creil France While on a Mission South of Creil France. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-95291   December 11, 1944   MACR 11336
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24H (42-50453) in Mid Air Over Zinswiller Alsace and Crashed 15 Miles North of Strasbourg France While on a Mission to Hanau Germany. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-95308   September 9, 1944
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Collided With B-24H (42-95291) in Mid Air at (RAF Woodbridge Airfield) Suffolk England. Crash Landed at (RAF Leiston Airfield) Station USAAF-373 Suffolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Salvaged on September 15, 1944.

B-24J

42-50467   November 26, 1944   MACR 11214
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 15 Miles Southeast of Hannover Germany and Crashed in The West Corner Hameler Forest Hamelerwald 6 km East of Lehrte Germany While on a Mission to Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-50472   November 29, 1944   MACR 11215
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed Northeast of Aachen Germany After (2) Engines Failed While on a Mission to Altenbeken Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50565   March 27, 1945
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed on Take off at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Salvaged.

42-50579   September 27, 1944   MACR 9761
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 18 km Southwest of Koblenz Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot From JG 3 or JG 4. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50592   May 5, 1945
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Repaired and Returned to USA on May 21, 1945. Salvaged.

42-50595   April 18, 1945
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-50620   March 24, 1945   MACR 13545
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Small Arms Fire and Crashed 3 Miles Southeast of Wesel Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. Crashed in Flames and Exploded on Impact. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-50361   November 26, 1944
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.
B-24J

42-50637   December 24, 1944
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Chivenor Airfield) Devon England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. Salvaged.

42-50657   January 28, 1945
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Repaired and Returned to USA on May 20, 1945. Salvaged.

42-50664   April 4, 1945   MACR 13728
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a and Crashed at Vuddensen West of Perleberg Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield at Perleberg Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 7/III. (8) Crew Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-50692   March 3, 1945   MACR 12883
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Herzberg 5 km Northeast of Sieber Germany While on a Mission to Madgeburg Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and (8) Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Was Killed By German Hitler Youth in Cold Blood For No Reason and Said "For The Fuhrer".

42-50706   January 1, 1945
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. Unknown Number of Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-50722   April 22, 1945   MACR 15924
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause 7 Miles West of (RAF Troston Airfield) Station USAAF-595 Suffolk England While on a Training Flight. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-50729   November 26, 1944   MACR 11216
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Springe 15 Miles Southeast of Hannover Germany While on a Mission to Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50756   November 26, 1944   MACR 11127
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Fischbeck 6 km Northwest of Rinteln Germany While on a Mission to Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-50855   April 7, 1945
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crash Landed Near Acle Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-51227   October 13, 1944
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out. One Source Claims Aircraft Repaired and Returned to USA on May 22, 1945 and Salvaged on October 29, 1945. This Cannot Be Confirmed.

42-51245   March 24, 1945   MACR 13516
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Small Arms Fire and Crashed 3 Miles Southeast of Wesel Germany While on a Low Level Supply Drop Mission in Support of The U.S. 17th Airborne Division During Operation Varsity The Rhine Crossing in Germany. Crashed in Flames and Exploded on Impact. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-51287   September 27, 1944   MACR 9391
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1 km Northeast of Nesselroden Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51342   September 27, 1944   MACR 9392
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1 km North of Breitau Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51355   September 27, 1944   MACR 9393
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 6 km Northwest of Eisenach Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (8) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-51506   February 27, 1945   MACR 12778
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By 88mm Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Betzenhausen 1.5 km West Northwest of Freiburg Germany While Returning From a Mission to Halle Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed (1) After Bail Out. (8) Crew Bailed Out and (7) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51518   February 27, 1945   MACR 12794
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Gottens 12 km East Southeast of Halle Germany While on a Mission to Halle Germany. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51532   September 27, 1944   MACR 9572
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1.5 km North of Honebach Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 4. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51544   April 4, 1945   MACR 13729
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a South of Bremen Germany and Crashed at Perleberg Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield at Perleberg Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 7/III. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became a POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51549   November 26, 1944   MACR 11218
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Rehren 12 km Northeast of Rinteln Germany While on a Mission to Misburg Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 301. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51588   February 5, 1945
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Washed Out.

42-78483   August 9, 1944   MACR 7385
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Saarbrucken Germany While on a Mission to Saarbrucken Germany. Flew to The English Channel and Crashed and Exploded on Impact. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (3) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-100203   April 12, 1944   MACR 3831
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed 1 km Northeast of Tohogne 30 km South of Liege Belgium While on a Mission to Zwickau Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Uffz. Gerhard Schulwitz of JG 26/8. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

42-100308   September 27, 1944   MACR 9763
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
"Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 at Eisenach and Crashed 5 km Northwest of Gerstungen Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100312   February 24, 1944   MACR 2560
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 110G-2 Southwest of Fulda Germany While on a Mission on Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. BF 110G-2 Flown By Fw. Josef Holzmann of ZG 26/1. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100335   February 24, 1944   MACR 2561
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Rocket From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Breitenbach 18 km Southwest of Bad Hersfeld German While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot & Unit. (1) Crew Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and POWs. Released in 1945.

42-100337   November 21, 1944   MACR 10409
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire 8 Miles North of Bremerhaven Germany While on a Mission to Hamburg Germany. Crashed at Dingen Near Wesermunde Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-24J

42-100374   February 24, 1944   MACR 2562
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 Southwest of Gotha Germany While on a Mission on The Messerschmitt BF 110 Aircraft Factory at Gotha Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-409789   February 27, 1944   MACR 9398
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 11 km West of Koblenz Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (3) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-109796   March 6, 1944   MACR 2962
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 North of Rheine Near Furstenau Germany While on a Mission on Factories at Berlin Germany. Aircraft Had Aborted The Mission. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Lt. Guther Jahn of JG 2/II Stab. (3) Crew Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-109807   April 12, 1944   MACR 3833
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 and Crashed at Mettet 10 km Northeast of Florennes Belgium While on a Mission to Zwickau Germany. Fw 190A-7 Flown By Oblt. Walter Matoni of JG 26/5. (1) Crewman Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out & (5) Captured & Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Evaded Capture.

42-109825   April 1, 1944   MACR 3600
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in France While on a Mission on The Chemical and Lubricatiog Oil Plant at Ludwigshaven Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out. (9) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (1) Crewman Evaded Capture. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-109921   April 20, 1944   MACR 4056
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Wizernes France While on a Mission on The V-1 Rocket Site at Wizernes France. Tail Was Shot off and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. (8) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

42-110021   April 12, 1944   MACR 4057
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed at Wideumont 11 km North of Neufchateau Belgium While on a Mission to Zwickau Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (6) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Crew Evaded Capture.

42-110022   September 27, 1944   MACR 9399
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed at Lba Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-110029   April 1, 1944   MACR 3601
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 and Crashed in Germany While on a Mission on The Chemical and Lubricatiog Oil Plant at Ludwigshaven Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot and Unit. (2) Crew (MIA). (8) Crew Bailed Out & (3) Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (5) Evaded Capture.

42-110046   April 1, 1944   MACR 3602
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in Germany While on a Mission on The Chemical and Lubricatiog Oil Plant at Ludwigshaven Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (NOTE) MACR Not Found.

42-110048   April 13, 1944   MACR 3832
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 2.5 km Southeast of Arglsried 8 km Southeast of Furstenfeldbruck Germany While on a Mission to Oberpfaffenhofen Germany. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

42-110060   April 24, 1944   MACR 4293
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Dow By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 2 km South of Couthuin 20 km East Northeast of Namur Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Gablingen Germany. Fw 190A-6 Flown By Uffz. Wolling of JG 2/8. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (8) Evaded Capture.

42-110065   March 29, 1944   MACR 5230
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landed at Bulltofta Airfield Malmo Sweden Due to Flak Damage While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Politz Germany. All (10) Crew Survived and Were Interned By Sweden.

42-110073   September 27, 1944   MACR 9400
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1.8 km Southwest of Lauchroden Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-110166   January 19, 1945
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Chelveston Airfield) Station USAAF-105 Northamptonshire England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Used Again. Repaired and Returned to USA on June 16, 1945. Salvaged on October 1, 1945.

44-10490   September 27, 1944   MACR 9383
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed at Lauchroden Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

44-10493   December 12, 1944   MACR 11087
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 300 Meters of The Rifle Range of Huitier Quarters at Hanau Germany While on a Mission to Hanau Germany. Right Wing Broke off and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

44-10497   September 27, 1944   MACR 9384
700th Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed at Erfurt Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (3) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-10511   September 27, 1944   MACR 9385
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 3.5 km Northwest of Gerstungen Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-40250   December 19, 1944
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-40294   October 31, 1944   MACR 10160
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause in The English Channel While on a Training Mission. All (8) Crew Were Killed.

44-48844   March 3, 1945   MACR 12882
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Rothensee 1 km East of Magdeburg Germany While on a Mission to Magdeburg Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-48851   March 20, 1945   MACR 13563
701st Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 3 Miles East of Heligoland Island in The Frisian Islands in The North Sea While on a Mission on The Heide Oil Refinery at Hemmingstadt Germany. Right Wing Broke off and Aircraft Exploded on Impact With The Water. All (12) Crew Were Killed.

B-24JSH

42-50961   September 27, 1944   MACR 9571
702nd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 at Hersfeld and Crashed at Grebenau Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 4. (2) Crew Were Killed. (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-51541   September 27, 1944   MACR 9394
703rd Bombardment Squadron 445th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Tibenham Airfield) Station USAAF-124 Norfolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/R2 and Crashed 1.8 km East of Freidlos Germany While on a Mission to Kassel Germany. Fw 190A-8/R2 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3 or JG 4. (4) Crew Were Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

41-27451		AT-11	 (MSN 1296)  
May 9, 1942: TOS USAAF
Sep 22, 1945: RFC, Ponca City, AR
1957: Consolidated Radio Products, Chicago IL with c/r N73360
Feb 7, 1961: Erickson Ralph, Marseilles, IL.
Jul 18, 1977: c/r cancelled.
1978: WFU, derelict at Griffith, IN airport.
1988: Norwegian Implement Co, Norway IL. Stripped and derelict displayed nosed-in outside Norwegian Implement farm  as a memorial to the 1980s US agricultural crash, which ruined many local farmers. After August 1993 the display Includes the tailplane of C-45H 51-11904.

42-38265		UC-71		Some additional information to add to yours
11/15/37: Rolled out of factory as 7W-12, registered and owned by Spartan Aircraft Company, Tulsa, OK, as NC17613. 
7/26/38: American Manufacturing Company, Ft. Worth, TX. 
12/30/40: Reed Pigman, Ft. Worth, TX. 
2/6/42: Defense Supplies Corporation, Washington, DC for impressment into USAAF service. 
3/16/42: TOS USAAF. Used as a staff transport. 
5/2/42: Ownership taken from DSC to War Department.
7/6/44: Returned to Reed Pigman. 
5/24/49: E. P. Lunken and Thomas Warner, Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, OH. 
9/16/49: South Bend Tool and Die Company, South Bend, IN. 
4/10/54: J. Curtiss McKinney, Titusville, PA. 
4/4/55: Industrial Colloids Company, Emlenton, PA. 
12/5/57: Betty L. Plackard, Alexandria, IN. 
6/4/58:  J. E. Miller Drilling Company, Abilene, TX. 
10/11/60: Jack Adams Aircraft Sales, Walls, MS. 
11/19/60: James W. Phillips, Hackensack, NJ. 
4/1/64: John L. Boyce, Flanders, NJ. 
11/11/78: Lowell Blosso, Zionsville, IN. 
1/29/82: MarJon Realty (Peter Hawks, son of movie producer Howard Hawks), San Carlos, CA. 
9/23/89: Stanley P. Kavrik, Tucson, AZ. 
4/10/00: John T. Venaleck, Painesville, OH. 
7/6/00: Crashed at Ashtubula County Airport, Jefferson, OH, suffering substantial damage. 
8/14/12: Sterling Aviation, Lexington, KY.

42-38269		UC-71	A wee bit of extra information for you
11/14/37: Factory roll-out as 7W-13. To Standard Oil, OH, with c/r NC17614. 
4/13/42: TOS USAAF as staff transport. 
1944: Returned to Standard Oil. 
Ca.1950: Air Safety Radio Corporation. 
2/13/73: Thomas P. Hartness, Greenville, SC with c/r N13PH. 
4/25/87: Lost control landing Shaw AFB, SC, gear collapsed, substantial damage.

42-38365		UC-70		Some additional information to add to yours
1940: Constructed as DGA-15P.  
8/17/74: Harold J. Weatherman, Concord, NC with c/r N38973. 
7/20/01: Michael R. Vaughan, Charleston, IL with c/r N22410.

42-49075		UC-70B
1940: Constructed as DGA-15J (300 hp), unknown owner with c/r NC1227. 
1942: TOS with USAAF; impressed. 
By 8/43: 10th Ferry Squadron, 26th Transport Group, New Bedford, MA. 
Ca.1945: Unknown owner with NC1227. 
By 7/57: Unknown owner with c/r N1227. Converted to DGA-15P (450 hp).  
1969: mounting floats, aircraft crashed on take-off from Rainy Lake, Ft. Frances, Ontario. Required total rebuild. 
4/21/70: Airworthiness Certificate.
3/15/91: Ellen C. Rippon, Rockford, IL. 
1/31/07: Howard Aviation LLC, Castle Rock, CO.

42-55884		C-60A 
Ca.1943: TOS USAAF. 
1945: Unknown owner in El Salvador with c/r YS-22. Civilianized (converted to L18-50) and flew airline service until early 1960s. Before 1948: registered as c/r NC66322. 
After 1948: reregistered as c/r N66322. 
9/71: Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX with c/r N30N. They marked it as aircraft of 224 Squadron, RAF Coastal Command.
1982: Repainted as aircraft of USAAF. 
9/6/91: American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum (CAF), Midland, TX.  
Unknown date: Commemorative Air Force - Old Dominion Squadron, Chesapeake, VA. 
2005: Due to hydraulic failure, landed gear up at Hampton Roads, VA, ended up in a ditch. Suffered substantial damage and remained at Hampton Roads for several years up for sale.  Useful parts returned to CAF in Harlingen. 
12/16/14: Gary Hilton, Kingsville, MO. 
By 5/15: Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. Fuselage only displayed, marked as WWII Netherlands East Indies aircraft.

42-72724		C-54D
7/16/45: TOS USAAF.  Assigned to 12th Air Force, Mediterranean Theater of Operations. 
3/46: 4112th AAF Base Unit (Air Technical Service Command), Olmstead AAF, PA. 
5/46: 554th AAF Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Memphis, TN. 
7/46: Loaned to Goodyear, Akron, OH on bailment contract. Deployments to Patterson AAF, later Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, from Goodyear. 
9/18/47: TOS USAF (still on loan to Goodyear). 
2/49: 2750th Air Base Group (Air Materiel Comand), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
10/49: Converted to EC-54D. 2750th Air Base Wing (unit name changed). 
3/51: Loaned to (?) Oakland, CA on bailment contract. 
6/53: Wright Air Development Center (Air Research and Development Command), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
12/1/54: Loaned to Lockheed Aircraft, Burbank, CA. 
3/55: San Bernardino Air Materiel Area, Norton AFB, CA. 
7/55: Wright Air Development Center (ARDC), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
12/55: converted to JC-54D, Deployment to Nellis AFB, NV. 
10/65: 809th Combat Support Group (SAC), Frances E. Warren AFB, WY. 
5/67: converted back to C-54D. Deployed to Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
7/68: 100th Strategic Wing (SAC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
12/69: 3902nd Air Base Wing (SAC), Offutt AFB, NE. 
1/70: SOC. To Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt, AFB, NE. 
1997: Moved to new SAC Museum facility at Ashland, NE. 
5/16/98: Stored behind museum but accessible for public viewing. 
By 8/17: Restored and placed on display.

42-107451	C-54A    You may find information here useful for including in your comments
1944: Constructed in 1944 as a VC-54C, using a C-54A fuselage mated to modified C-54B wings. VIP interior included an elevator at the rear of the aircraft for President Roosevelt and his wheel chair. It also had bullet-proof picture windows.  
By 6/44: TOS USAAF, assigned to the 503rd Army Air Force Base Unit at Bolling Field, DC. 
7/1/44: Flew its first mission, with Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, to Naples, Italy via Casablanca. Return trip was first non-stop UK to Washington, DC flight, made in 17 hours 50 min. 
8/44: Flew to Rio de Janeiro to pick up Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. Flying back 5300 miles with only two stops, it was the first time an airplane flew more than 5000 miles in a day. She was brought to the USA for medical treatment. 
1/21/45: Departed Washington, DC for its participation in movement of personnel for the Yalta Conference. For security reasons, it was marked with a serial number of a C-54 which was lost in the Pacific (42-72252). After first flying to Naples, the aircraft then made a dry run into the Russian airfield Saki, about 60 miles from Yalta. 
2/3/45: Picked up President Roosevelt at Malta (where he had arrived by ship) and flew him to Saki. 
7/26/47: President Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 on board this aircraft, establishing the USAF as a separate service.  
9/18/47: TOS USAF; the 503rd AAFBU became the AFBU. 
1948: 16th Special Air Missions Group at Bolling. 
10/1/48: 1254th Air Transport Squadron (Military Air Transport Service), Bolling. 
Late 1955: 1100th Air Base Wing, Bolling.  
7/61: An agreement was reached to transfer the aircraft to the National Air Museum, Smithsonian Institution. At that time it was placed in storage at Bolling Field. 
10/17/61:  Flown from Bolling Field to Andrews AFB by the Commander of HQ Command.  Over the next few years the plane's wings were cut off so that it could be moved in trucks. 
1977:  Placed on loan with the Air Force Museum but remained in storage at Andrews until August 1983 when it was transported to the Air Force Museum, and at that time ownership of the aircraft was transferred there.

43-14688		UC-61A	
1944: TOS USAAF. 
By 6/45: 561st AAF BU, Rosecrans Field, MO.
Unknown date: to unknown with c/r N52427. 
By 1982: William Ross, Elk Grove Village, IL.
4/16/92: Ten Air Aircraft Corp., Minneapolis, MN. 
8/25/16: Ty R. Zeiner, Marion, KS.

43-16445		C-60A
Ca.1944: Free French Air Force. 
6/16/45: Etat/Ministere de L Air/Direction Des Transports Aeriens, Paris and registered F-BAMA. 
1/22/48: Ste Africaine Des Transports Tropicaux, Algeria.  
12/6/51: The F-BAMA registration was cancelled. Sometime over the next few years this plane ended up in the hands of G.L. Waggoner and registered N94540.  
9/15/66:  Registered to an unknown owner as N51605. 
Ca.1979: In Mexico registered XA-SEX.  
1981: Ferried to the Air Force Museum where it was restored as a USAAF aircraft.

44-67727		UC-43  	The following information you do not have	
7/31/46: SOC USN at NAS Norfolk, VA. 
1947: Harry O. Golding, Long Beach, CA, with c/r N1183V.  
1953:  R.S. Gimblin, Colusa, CA. 
1971:  Al B Cratty and Dale E Moore of Kodiak, AK. 
1972: Robert C. Dalzell, Owensboro, KY.  
1973 to 1983: Underwent complete rebuild. 
1978: c/r NC582. 
1988: Heinz G. Peier, Zurich, Switzerland. Ferried to Switzerland via the northern route with an overnight stop-over in Glasgow on 8/6/88. 
4/90:  Displayed for auction by Christieas Sale, Duxford, England, for a bid of 75,000 pound sterling. 
1994: Transported by ship to the USA where it was transferred to new owners Greg and Margie Haugh of International Enzymes, Inc, Fallbrook, CA. 
4/07: Donated to the National Warplane Museum (1941 Historical Aircraft Group), Geneseo, NY.  
6/30/14: Charles G. Haugh, Las Vegas, NV

44-76326		C-47B
2/45: TOS USAAF. 
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
9/54: Converted toVC-47D. 
Unknown date: 97th Bomb Wing (SAC), Blytheville AFB, AR.  Last SAC C-47. 
7/7/71: USS Alabama Commission, for display at USS Alabama Memorial Park. 
10/75: Ownership to USAF Museum Loan Program and Loaned to Battleship, AL Memorial.

51-12552		L-19A (MSN 23007) is registered N33455. (I haven’t researched this plane’s history-I’m still working on transports!)
References

1. Glenn Chatfield 
2. John Andrade
3. Larry Bloodgood