Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised May 23, 2019


51-12187 L-19A accident Careggine (Lucca) 20 Feb 1957  operated by SETAF Livorno

51-17014 RF-84F crashed Macelle (Pinerolo) 28 Aug 1957 while flying Chateroux - Aviano. Losing fuel due to a leak, Lt. T. CURTISS ejected.

53-1443 F-86H 417th FBS Toul  undercarriage collapsed after yawing on landing Pisa 09 March 1957  Lt. POEMER 

52-4245 and 52-10056 F-86D 513 FS Manston. Flying Manston - Marseilles - Pratica di Mare for an exercise. Became lost, ran short of fuel and suffered instrument failure between Marseilles and Pratica di Mare. One crashed at sea off Castellamare del Golfo, the other crashed at Alcamo (Trapani). 27 Feb 1957

51-1832 RF-84F accident was at San Quirino (Udine). 689th FS Aviano. Lt. E. O'ROURKE ejected safely.
Republic P-47D-11-RE Thunderbolt
ACSN 42-75833 hit by flak over target. November 26th 1944.
The 11 390th T-Bolts were directed from Y-29 Asch to attack vehicles in Hassenfeld (Germany – F1026).
1st Lt Wallace Alrd Dunton, III (390 fighter squadron, 366 fighter group), III was hit by flak in the rear of the fuselage and caught fire; he and his wing man headed for friendly territory. By the time they crossed the front line, the intense flames had almost reached the radio compartment. Dunton, who was begged by his wing man to bail out, was last seen standing in the cockpit with flames closing in on him; he died in the crash 3 miles south of Verviers (Belgium).
 
Republic P-47D-11-RE Thunderbolt 
ACSN 42-75436 hit by flak over target. November 26th 1944.
Lt. Edward M Cutshall, on his first mission, was hit by 20 mm flak leaving the target; he managed to reach friendly territory before the engine quit. Apparently, he initially planned to stay with the plane and crash land it, but changed his mind as he got closer to the ground, at about 200 feet he attempted to bail out. The chute did not have time to open and he was killed. The plane reported found destroyed at Schmithof (Germany - K889332). Pilot reported killed.

 42-5536 P-61A-5-NO Black Widow Active in 1944 with 422nd NFS named “Husslin 
Hussey”. 
42-100950 C-47A-75-DL Skytrain MSN 19413. As EC-47N active with 362nd TEW 
Squadron at Nha Trang Air Base and named “Miss 
Audrey”. 
43-15980 C-47A-90-DL Skytrain MSN 20446. As EC-47N active with 362nd TEW 
Squadron at Nha Trang Air Base and named “Ring 
Dang Too”. 
44-9116 C-54E-15-DO Skymaster MSN 27342. By 1964 transferred to Philippine 
Airlines at Manila as PI-C779. 
44-76668 C-47B-30-DK Skytrain MSN 16252/33000. As EC-47N active with 362nd 
TEW Squadron at Nha Trang Air Base and named 
“Watzmata You” 
44-76722 TC-47B-30-DK MSN 16306/33054. As AC-47D active with 4th Air 
Commando Squadron. 
44-77254 C-47B-40-DK Skytrain MSN 16838/33586. As EC-47N active with 362nd 
TEW Squadron at Nha Trang Air Base and named 
“Bimbo”. 
45-57743 C-82A Packet MSN 10113. One of five C-82A Packets used on the 
1948 Berlin Airlift. 
45-59316 F-15A-1-NO Reporter MSN 3217. Active in 1947 with 8th Photographic 
Reconnaissance Squadron at Johnson Field, Japan. 
51-4017 H-23A Raven MSN 198. On civil register as N3HK on display at the 
National Musuem of Naval Aviation at Pensacola, 
Florida as 128647. 
57-1468 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17539. Active in 1979 with 366th Air Refuelling 
Squadron AFRES. Converted to KC-135E in February 
1985 and to KC-135R in November 1996. In 2017 still 
with 366th Air Refuelling Squadron/452nd Air 
Mobility Wing at March AFB, California. 
58-0042 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17787. Delivered on May 7, 1959. Converted to 
KC-135Q and active in 1977 with 38th Bomb Wing at 
Plattsburgh AFB, New York. Current as KC-135T 
with 22nd Air Refuelling Wing at McConnell AFB, 
Kansas. 
59-1522 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18010. Delivered on November 14, 1960. 
Active with 416th Bomb Wing at Griffiss AFB, New 
York and named “Haulin Ethyl”. 
Converted to KC-135R in September 1992 and active 
in July 2015 with 108th Air Refuelling Squadron 
126th Air Refuelling Wing Illinois ANG at Scott AFB. 
59-5960 C-140A-LM Jetstar MSN 1329-5028. Active in July 1979 with 1866th 
Flight Checking Squadron at Scott AFB, Illinois. 
60-0493 F-105D-10-RE Thunderchief MSN D181.Active in October 1978 with 457th 
Tactical Fighter Squadron/301st Tactical Fighter Wing 
at Carswell AFB, Texas. 
61-3192 OH-23G Raven MSN 1378. To N4254X on August 31, 1993 with 
Main Street Aviation, Newcastle, Oklahoma and 
cancelled on May 15, 2015. 
62-3577 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18560. Delivered on August 5, 1963 and 
converted in October 1987 to KC-135R. Active in 
February 2019 with 77th Air Refuelling Squadron/ 
916th Air Refuelling Wing at Seymour Johnson AFB, 
North Carolina. 
63-7607 F-4C-20-MC Phantom MSN 684. As EF-4C registered as N423FS with 
United States Air Force at Mojave, California on 
November 30, 1987. Registration cancelled on 
September 13, 2013. 
63-8013 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18600. Converted to KC-135R and in July 1997 
active with 166th Air Refuelling Squadron/121st Air 
Refuelling Wing at Rickenbacker AFB, Ohio. Still 
active with that unit in February 2019. 
63-8279 F-105F-1-RE Thunderchief MSN F056. Active in 1964 with 36th Tactical Fighter 
Squadron/6441 Tactical Fighter Wing at Yokota, 
Japan. 
63-8304 F-105F-1-RE Thunderchief MSN F081. Converted to F-105G and active in June 
1979 with 128th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Dobbins 
AFB, Georgia. 
63-8365 F-105F-1-RE Thunderchief MSN F142. Active in 1979 with 465th Tactical 
Fighter Squadron at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. 
63-8885 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18733. Converted to KC-135R and active in 
March 2017 with 92nd Air Refuelling Wing at 
Fairchild AFB, Washington. Active in February 2019 
with 6th Air Mobility Wing at MacDill AFB, Florida 
64-0949 F-4D-25-MC Phantom MSN 1350. Active in February 1978 with 178th 
Fighter Interceptor Squadron North Dakota ANG 
based at Fargo. 
64-1006 RF-4C-20-MC Phantom MSN 705. By June 1975 active with 1st Tactical 
Reconnaissance Squadron/10th Tactical 
Reconnaissance Wing at RAF Alconbury. In August 
1979 active with 179th Tactical Reconnaissance 
Squadron at Duluth, Minnesota. 
64-14226 CH-3C MSN 61529. Active in November 1979 with 39th 
Aerospace Rescue & Recovery Wing at Tyndall AFB, 
Florida. 
65-10414 T-38A-60-NO Talon MSN N.5833. Converted to T-38C and active in 
February 2019 with 90th Flying Training Squadron/ 
80th Flying Training Wing at Sheppard AFB, Texas 
66-13553 OV-10A-1-NH Bronco MSN 305A-2. Delivered on September 5, 1977 to 
601st Tactical Control Wing at Sembach Air Base, 
Germany. 
66-13554 OV-10A-1-NH Bronco MSN 305A-3. Delivered on September 5, 1977 to 
601st Tactical Control Wing at Sembach Air Base, 
Germany. 
66-13555 OV-10A-1-NH Bronco MSN 305A-4. Delivered on September 5, 1977 to 
601st Tactical Control Wing at Sembach Air Base, 
Germany. 
66-13556 OV-10A-1-NH Bronco MSN 305A-5. Delivered on September 5, 1977 to 
601st Tactical Control Wing at Sembach Air Base, 
Germany. 
67-16722 TH-55A Osage MSN 0829. Registered as N70235 on April 25, 1989 
to Voelker's Volunteer Fire Control, Emigrant Gap, 
California and cancelled on October 28, 2013. 
68-8112 T-38A-75-NO Talon MSN T.6117. Converted to T-38C and active in 
February 2019 with 39th Flying Training Squadron 
/12th Flying Training Wing at Randolph AFB, Texas 
68-10837 O-2A-CE Super Skymaster MSN 337M-0202. To Fuerza Aerea El Salvador as 
610 and active at Comalapa Air Base in February 
2019. 
68-11159 O-2A-CE Super Skymaster MSN 337M-0384. To Fuerza Aerea El Salvador as 
621 and active at Comalapa Air Base in February 
2019. 
69-7620 O-2A-CE Super Skymaster MSN 337M-0418. To Fuerza Aerea El Salvador as 
624 and active at Comalapa Air Base in February 
2019. 
69-7635 O-2A-CE Super Skymaster MSN 337M-0433. To Fuerza Aerea El Salvador as 
617 and active at Comalapa Air Base in February 
2019. 
69-7647 O-2A-CE Super Skymaster MSN 337M-0445. To Fuerza Aerea El Salvador as 
625 and active at Comalapa Air Base in February 
2019. 
73-1586 EC-130H Compass Call MSN 382-4548. Active in June 2015 with 41st 
Electronic Control Squadron/355th Wing at Davis- 
Monthan AFB, Arizona. 
75-0284 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0033. Delivered in November 1977 to 
354th Tactical Fighter Wing at Myrtle Beach, South 
Carolina. 
75-0746 YF-16A Fighting Falcon MSN 61-2. Full Scale Development aircraft and in 
1979 took part in a fifteen-week tour with the 
European Test Evaluation Team from Edwards AFB, 
California. 
76-0168 C-12A Huron MSN BD-025. Active as C-12C with the US Embassy 
Flight at Buenos Aires in February 2019. 
77-0234 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0159. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on April 26, 1979. 
77-0249 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0174. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on April 26, 1979. 
78-0539 F-15C-23-MC Eagle MSN 0529/C072. Active in 1986 with 67th Tactical 
Fighter Squadron at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, 
Japan. Active in July 2018 with 122nd Fighter 
Squadron/159th Fighter Wing Louisiana ANG at JRB 
New Orleans.. 
86-0038 KC-10A Extender MSN 48251. Active in September 2015 with 60th Air 
Mobility Wing at Travis AFB, California. 
86-0289 F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-395. Active in February 2019 with 
121st Fighter Squadron/ District of Columbia ANG. 
87-0041 C-5B Galaxy MSN 500-0127. Converted to C-5M and current with 
337th Airlift Squadron/439th Airlift Wing at Westover 
Air Reserve Base, Massachusetts. 
87-0318 F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-579. With 176th Fighter Squadron 
Wisconsin ANG in July 2012 and still active in 
February 2019. 
88-0150 F-16D Block 30K Fighting Falcon MSN 5D-85. With 176th Fighter Squadron 
Wisconsin ANG in August 2008 and still active in 
February 2019. 
91-0410 F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon MSN CC-108. Active in January 2009 as F-16CJ 
with 23rd Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at 
Spangdahlem, Germany and in April 2019 as F-16CM 
with 179th Fighter Squadron Minnesota ANG at 
Duluth ANG Base. 
92-0357 T-1A Jayhawk MSN TT-71. Active in August 2003 with 86th Flying 
Training Squadron/47th Flying Training Wing at 
Laughlin AFB, Texas and still there in February 2019 
93-0636 T-1A Jayhawk MSN TT-93. Active in February 2019 with 86th 
Flying Training Squadron/47th Flying Training Wing 
at Laughlin AFB, Texas 
96-0081 F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon MSN CC-203. Active in January 2009 as F-16CJ 
with 23rd Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at 
Spangdahlem, Germany and in April 2019 as F-16CM 
with 179th Fighter Squadron Minnesota ANG at 
Duluth ANG Base.. 
96-0082 F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon MSN CC-204. Active in January 2009 as F-16CJ 
with 23rd Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at 
Spangdahlem, Germany and as F-16CM in April 2019 
with 179th Fighter Squadron Minnesota ANG at 
Duluth ANG Base.. 
98-0051 C-17A Globemaster III In October 2005 active with 97th Air Mobility Wing at 
Altus AFB, Oklahoma and current with 517th Airlift 
Squadron/3rd Wing Alaska ANG at JRB Elmendorf- 
Richardson. 
02-3635 T-6A Texan II MSN PT-174. Active in February 2019 with 434th 
Flying Training Squadron/47th Flying Training Wing 
at Laughlin AFB, Texas. 
04-3738 T-6A Texan II MSN PT-290. Active in February 2019 with 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training Wing 
at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
04-3744 T-6A Texan II MSN PT-296. Active in February 2019 with 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training Wing 
at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
04-3745 T-6A Texan II MSN PT-297. Active in February 2019 with 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training Wing 
at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
04-3747 T-6A Texan II MSN PT-299. Active in February 2019 with 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training Wing 
at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
05-6209 T-6A Texan II MSN PT361. Assigned in October 2007 to 559th 
Flying Training Squadron/12th Flying Training Wing 
at Randolph AFB, Texas and written off on September 
18, 2018. 
07-0711 Pilatus U-28B MSN 711. Active service with 319th SOS USAF 
Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, 
Florida 
11-00265 Beech MC-12S MSN FL-731. On civil register as N81461 with 
Boeing Company, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania from 
July 27, 2011 to February 14, 2013. Current with 
224th Military Intelligence Battalion, Hunter Army 
Airfield, Savannah, Georgia 
3-49507                C-47D   

11/29/44: TOS USAAF as C-47B. Assigned to 301st AAF Base Unit (3rd Air Force), Venice Army Air Field, FL.
1/45: 326th AAF Base Unit (3rd Air Force), MacDill AFB, FL.
4/45: 326th AAF Base Unit (Strategic Air Command), MacDill AFB, FL.
8/46: 146th AAF Base Unit (SAC), Fort Worth AAF, TX.
9/46:  233rd Base Unit (SAC), Ft. Worth Army Air Field, TX. 
Ca.1947: converted to C-47D. (While with 233rd BU)
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
11/47: 7th Maintenance and Supply Group (SAC), Fort Worth AFB, TX.
8/48: 7th Air Base Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
2/50: 7th Bombardment (Heavy) Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
10/50: 11th Bombardment (H) Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
4/51: 11th Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX. (Unit redesignated.)
9/54: 824th Air Base Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
12/57: 7th Air Base Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
4/59: 7th Combat Support Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
3/60: 824th Combat Support Group (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX.
6/62: 818th Combat Support Group (SAC), Lincoln AFB, NE.
7/62: 307th Bombardment (Medium) Wing, Lincoln AFB, NE.
1/65: 98th Bombardment (M) Wing (SAC), Lincoln AFB, NE.
2/65: 340th Bombardment (M) Wing (SAC), Bergstrom AFB, TX.
4/66: 7th Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), Carswell, AFB, TX.
9/68: 437th Military Airlift Wing (Military Air Transport Command), McGuire AFB, NJ.
12/68: 1st Special Operations Wing (Tactical Air Command), England AFB, LA.
7/69: 4410th Combat Crew Training Wing (TAC), England AFB, LA.
9/70: 4410th Special Operations Training Group (TAC), England AFB, LA.
7/73: 1st Special Operations Wing (TAC), Hurlburt Field, FL.
7/74: 834th Troop Carrier (M) Wing (TAC), 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.

44-74427		P-51D			
Ca.6/45: TOS USAAF. Placed in storage.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. Remained in storage.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
11/8/50: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9592.
11/50: No. 403 Squadron (Auxiliary), Calgary, Alberta.
Unknown date: No. 442 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Station Sea Island, BC.
5/20/59 to 1962: Trans Florida Aviation, Sarasota, FL with c/r N9148R. 
Beginning 1959: Rebuilt as Cavalier Executive 2000.
10/15/59: SOC RCAF.
3/19/62: Robert A. Hoover/North American Aviation, El Segundo, CA with c/r N2251D.
1/20/65: Damaged during forced landing, Myrtle Beach, FL (repaired).
10/67: North American Rockwell Corp, Los Angles, CA.
8/9/70: Badly damaged, when the oxygen bottle exploded during LOX servicing, Oshkosh,WI. 
1970: Steve Shulke & John B. Bolton, Maitland, FL.
Beginning Ca.11/70: Rebuilt in Chattanooga, TN, using components of N130JT/44-74435 (crashed 10/23/70). Flew as Doc's Doll.
8/6/75: John J. Stokes, San Marcos, TX.
1/10/78: John T. Baugh/Baugh Aviation, Nashville,. TN. flew as "JT-B Miss Coronado.”
1990: Paul C. Romine, Indianapolis, IN.
8/18/94: Brian Hoffner/Kenair Inc, West Palm Beach, FL. Flew as "411622/G4-C Nooky Booky IV.”
1998: Christophe Jacquard/JCB Aviation, Nimes, France.
12/1/99: Arrived Nimes, France for assembly.
5/17/00: JCB Aviation, Nimes-Courbessac, France, with c/r F-AZSB.
2004 to 2013: Operated by Christian Amara/France’s Flying Warbirds, Melun-Villaroche, France.
6/2/04: Societe de Developpement et de Promotion de l’Aviatiion–SDPA, La Ferte Alais, France.
2006: Melun Villaroche, Paris, Seine et Marne, France
2009: Flew in movie “Red Tails.”

44-74453		P-51D
Ca.7/45: TOS USAAF. Placed in storage.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. Remained in storage.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
11/8/50: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9597. 
11/50: No. 442 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Station Sea Island (Vancouver), BC.  Coded BU*G, “City of Vancouver Squadron.” 
Unknown date: No. 402 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Stevenson Field, Manitoba. 
5/20/59: Trans Florida Aviation, Sarasota, FL with c/r N9140R.
Beginning 1959: Rebuilt as Cavalier Executive.
10/15/59: SOC RCAF.
7/29/60: E. D. Weiner, Los Angles, CA with c/r N1335.
10/61: Margaret & Frank Woodside, Lubbock, TX.
3/12/62: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.
2/25/63: John M. Barker, Indianapolis, IN.
3/17/63: Crashed landing, Indianapolis IN (Barker killed)
1963: Wreck stored, parts later sold: wing sections to Richard Ransopher, Kernersville NC but not used in his rebuild N351D {2}, then to John Marlin for his Martin Baker M.B.5 replica.
11/30/70: c/r N1335 revoked for failure to file activity report.
1981: Bill Destafani, Shafter, CA purchased fuselage. Rebuilt at Shafter using Australian CAC airframe, new-build spars. Adopted ID of 44-13903.
1987: Jerry C. Janes, Vancouver, BC with c/r C-GJCJ {2}.
1989: James R. Priebe, Findlay, OH with c/r N151JP. Flew as "413903/WD-L Glamorous Jen."
5/10/93: Howard Ross/Kipnis Inc, Chicago, IL with c/r N251HR.
2/22/02: Robert C, Baranaskas/Leestown Aviation, Northport, NY
9/2/02: Leestown Aviation, Northport, NY with c/r N751RB. Flew as "413903/WD-L Glamorous Gal."
10/15/11: Starboard undercarriage collapsed on landing.
7/11/12: Carl Patrick/CP Air LLC, Broomfield, CO with c/r N51ZW.
2012: Trucked to Danville, IL for rebuild and modifications.
10/30/14: First post-restoration flight at Danville, IL as “W-WZ, Frances Dell”.

44-74458		P-51D	 
Ca.7/45: TOS USAAF. Placed in storage.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. Remained in storage.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
11/15/50: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9226.
11/50: No. 420 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Station Crumlin, London Ontario.  Coded AW*V. 
Unknown date: No.443 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Station Sea Island, Vancouver, BC
5/20/59: Trans Florida Aviation, Sarasota, FL with c/r N9145R.
1959: Converted to Cavalier Executive.
10/15/59: SOC RCAF.
1/10/61: Marine Maintenance Co, Galveston, TX.
2/28/61: Lorraine P. Bodine, Texas City, TX.
8/21/62: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.
3/9/63: Crashed Petersburg, IN, forced landing in corn field; flipped over - pilot had to be dug out but ok. 
12/9/63: Appliance Buyers Credit Corp, Saint Joseph, MI.
5/21/65: c/r N9145R cancelled as “scrapped.”
Unknown date: Dave Zeuschel & Mike Geren, CA, purchased wreck.
1970: Wreckage, fuselage at Chino, CA.
1970: Aerospace Modifications, Van Nuys, CA. Rebuild began to TF-51D configuration.
1971: John Marlin, Los Angeles, CA. 
1971 to 1977: Rebuild continued at Compton, CA. 
1973: Re-registered as N65206. (FAA “assembled from parts”)
1977: First post-restoration flight at Compton, CA.  Flew as race #17, “312102/Green Machine" 
By 2/79: Re-marked as “102, 312102, Daydreamer.”
8/18/84: Struck P-63 N62822 on runway during air show at Madera, CA, minor damage.
12/22/87: David Marco, Jacksonville, FL.
2/88 to 2019: David Marco/Barnstorm Aviation, Jacksonville, FL with c/r N351DM.
1988: Dismantled at Chino, CA and trucked to Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
1988 to 1991: Restored by Glenn Wegman, Fighter Enterprises, flies as "415326/QP-H Sizzlin' Liz.”
1991 First post-restoration flight.

You have this one at 44-74774, likely due to FAA showing that as ID, but apparently that was either a typo or because of the 1981 color scheme which carried that number on the tail. Nevertheless, the FAA has the wrong ID number. 	
44-74474		P-51D	
Ca.10/45: TOS USAAF. 
By 10/24/45: Assigned to 3028th Base Unit, Luke Army Air Field, AZ.
10/24/45: Crash landing due to mechanical failure 10 miles southwest of Wittman, AZ.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
1/11/51: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9270. Assigned to Air Defence Command and Training Command.
11/56: James H. DeFuria & Fred J. Ritts/Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY with c/r N6341T.
1957 to 1961: Stored unconverted at RCAF Station Carberry, Manitoba.
5/10/60: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart. IN.
9/20/60: SOC RCAF.
7/62: Ferried Carberry-Winnipeg-Elkhart.
8/27/62: Margaret Kahlow, Madisonville, KY.
6/12/65: William L. Sullivan/ Audubon Service Inc, Henderson, KY.
7/29/70: TAS Flight Services, Granville, OH.
11/3/71: A. C. Lofgren, Hickory Corners, MI.
1981: Bob Byrne Aviation, Bloomfield Hills, MI. Flew as “474774, RF-B Rascal.”
11/7/87: Damaged in ground collision with PA28, Detroit, MI.
9/26/94: Jack Roush/Rousch Technologies Inc, Livonia, MI. Flew as "414450/B6-S Old Crow.”
12/94: c/r N51RZ applied for, but ntu.
7/28/98: Damaged landing, gear lock-up, Oshkosh, WI.
2/7/00: Damaged in ground collision with Beech Baron, Battle Creek, MI.
10/03: Jack Rousch/Rousch Industries Inc, Livonia MI.
5/5/06: Jim Hagerdorn/Old Crow LLC, Columbus, OH.
8/17/06-2019: Old Crow LLC, Wilmington, DE with c/r N451MG.

44-74497		P-51D	 
Ca.6/45: TOS USAAF. Operated by numerous state-side training squadrons.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
11/15/50: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9230. Assigned to No. 420 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Station Crumlin, London, Ontario.
1958: RCAF Disposals, Ft. Macleod, Alberta.
12/30/58: James H. Defuria/Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY with c/r N6320T {2}.
11/1/60: SOC RCAF.
1960: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.
1/10/62: Ralph W. Rensink, Lewiston, ID.
Ending 3/10/62: Major-work, military gear removed, weight/balance, painted white/silver/red.
8/63: Engine rebuilt.
3/26/66: Kenneth W. Neal, Medford, OR.
8/2/69: Crashed on landing approach due to fuel starvation, Lancaster, CA.
1/26/70: Glenn Cook, Seattle, WA. Trucked from Lancaster, CA to Seattle, WA.
1970: Mike Smith, Johnson, KS. Trucked Seattle-Johnson, KS.
1970-1971: Restored.
3/71: First post-restoration flight.
11/14/72: Isaac N. "Junior" Burchinall, Paris, TX.
1/3/73: Kent Jones, Dallas, TX. Flew as “FF-497/4474497.”
11/18/75: John Rutherford, Fort Worth, TX.
4/27/79: Jimmie Hunt & Hess Bomberger/Heritage Aircraft Inc, Fayetteville, GA. 
Ca.1980: Marked as "415080/QI-B Vergultungswaffe” which Hess Bomberger flew in WWII.
5/27/98: A. Hess Bomberger II, Atlanta, GA.
10/22/98: Robert Jepson/Lady Alice Corp, Savannah, GA.
1998 to 2002: Restored at Kissimmee, FL, converted to dual control TF-51D standard with tall fin. Marked as "474497/SX-H Little Witch."
9/3/02: First post restoration flight at Kissimmee, FL.
6/9/08: James Goodwin/Open Cockpit LLC, New York, NY.
2009: Re-registered as N51LW.
10/30/13 to 2019: Ariel Luedi.  Operated by Stallion 51 Corporation, Kissimmee, FL.

44-74536		P-51D
Ca.6/45: TOS USAAF.
6/45: 372nd Fighter Group, Esler Field, LA.
11/45: 4160th Base Unit, Hobbs Field, NM.
1947: 4171st Base Unit, Kelly Field, TX.
1947: 128th Fighter Wing (ANG), Billy Mitchell Field, WI.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. 
1947: 169th Fighter Squadron (ANG), Peoria, IL.
1948: Re-designated F-51D.
1950: 133rd Fighter Wing (ANG), Wold-Chamberlain Field, MN. 
3/52: 109th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron(ANG), Holman Field, MN.
1953: 18th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), Minneapolis-St.Paul Airport, MN.
11/54: 117th Fighter-Bomber Squadron (ANG), Philadelphia International Airport, PA.
1955: 112th Fighter-Bomber Squadron (ANG), Akron-Canton Airport, OH. 
8/56: Air Material Base McClellan AFB, CA, for storage.
2/58: M. Parker, TX. Purchased for $3700.
Ca.1960: Doan Studios.
1963: Donald G. Singleton, Van Nuys, CA with c/r N5452V {1}. Raced as #19 "SAN DIEGO"
1965: David S. Allender, San Aario, CA. Raced as #19 "Allender Mustang," and later as #19 "Wayfarer’s Club Lady"
1967: Robert N. Cleaves, with c/r N991RC. Red/white/blue paint scheme.
6/69: Howie Keefe/Keefe Corp, Pacific Palisades, CA. Raced as #11 "Miss America."
1969: Set world speed record Los Angeles to Washington, DC in 6 hrs, 21 min, with average speed 412 mph.
1970: Howie Keefe/Keefe Corp, Van Nuys, CA with c/r N991R. Raced as #11 "Miss America."
9/81: Ron & Janette Smythe, Everett, WA. Raced as #11 "Miss America."
1985: RGS Incorporated, Edmonds, WA.
1989: Hanover Aero Inc, Nashua, NH. Raced as #11 "Miss America."
1993: Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA.
9/22/93 to 2019: Brent N. Hisey/Hisey Aviation, Oklahoma City, OK. Races as #11 "Miss America."
9/22/93: Based at Oklahoma Museum of Flying, Wiley Post Airport, Oklahoma City, OK.
9/11/02: Crashed during emergency landing in air race, Reno-Stead, NV.
9/02: Trucked to Oklahoma City, OK.
2002 to 2003: Rebuilt at Oklahoma City, wings rebuilt at Salinas, CA.
9/03: First post-restoration flight.

44-74582		P-51D
1945: TOS USAAF.  Storage?
9/18/47: TOS USAF.
1948: Redesignated F-51D
12/6/50: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9253. Assigned to  No. 424 (Aux) Squadron at Hamilton, Ontario, coded "BA*S".
Unknown date: Central Experimental and Proving Establishment at RCAF Station Uplands, Ontario.
7/21/58: James H. Defuria/Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY with c/r N6524D.
8/19/59: SOC RCAF.
11/60: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN with c/r N6329T.
10/18/61: Certificate of Airworthiness N6329T.
10/61: A. G. Ainsworth/A-Mack Co, Luling, TX.
3/14/63: Landon Cullum, Wichita Falls, TX .
1984: John C. Hooper, Harvey, LA.
1986: Marked as FF-582, “Sump'n Else.”
1988: Robert Byrne, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
1/8/91 to 2019: Joseph H. Thibodeau, Denver, CO.
1996 and 1997 race #21 as FF-582, “Crusader”
7/1/04: Re-registered as N51JT.

44-74739		P-51D
1945: TOS USAAF. Placed in storage.
9/18/47: TOS USAF.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
3/16/51: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9297. Assigned to No. 402 Squadron (Auxiliary), Stevenson Field, Manitoba, coded "AC*297”
Unknown date: No. 442 Squadron (Auxiliary), RCAF Station Sea Island, BC
2/27/59: James H. Defuria/Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY with c/r N8672E.
5/14/59: SOC RCAF.
6/18/60: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.
5/10/61: Midwest Airways, Cincinnati, OH.
4/62: Cavalier conversion by Trans Florida Aviation, Sarasota, FL.
10/62: Aerial Services Inc, London, OH with c/r N151Q.
5/23/63:Roger Van Pelt Sr/Valair Aircraft, Cincinnati, OH.
5/28/63: W.R. Eckhardt/Florida Airmotive Sales Inc, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
5/30/63: E. R. Cantrell/Angels Aviation, Zephyrhills, FL.
11/1/63: E.R. Cantrell/Pasco Aviation, Zephyrhills, FL.
7/3/64: Alfred Schiefne/Space Systems Laboratory Inc, Melbourne, FL.
8/21/64: E. R. Cantrell/Angels Aviation, Zephyrhills, FL.
11/9/64: W.R. Eckhardt/Florida Airmotive Sales Inc, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
3/28/67: Trans Florida Aviation Inc, Sarasota, FL.
8/4/67: Cavalier Aircraft Corp, Sarasota, FL.
3/71: Rebuilt as Executive Cavalier Mustang. 
5/8/71: Robert A. Hoover/North American Rockwell Corp, El Segundo, CA with c/r N51RH.
1974: Robert A. Hoover/Rockwell International, El Segundo, CA.
9/8/84: Damaged by wing fire, Marysville, OH (repaired).
8/28/86: Evergreen International, Los Angeles CA, flown by Robert A. Hoover 
1997: John K. Bagley, Rexburg, ID. Raced as #43, "Ole Yeller."
4/18/06 to 2019: John K. Bagley/51RH LLC, Rexburg, ID.

44-74813		P-51D
Ca.7/45: TOS USAAF. Placed in storage.
9/18/47: TOS USAF. Remained in storage.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
1/10/51: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9261. Assigned to RCAF Station Chatham, NB
7/21/58: James H. Defuria/Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY with c/r N6301T.
8/17/58: SOC RCAF.
6/27/60: Ferried from Picton, Ontario, wheels up landing at Canastota, NY. Low on fuel, no radios, engine overheating, hydraulic failure.
8/30/60: Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.
11/16/62: Certificate of Airworthiness N6301T.
11/62: D.C. Mullery, Chicago, IL.
9/28/66: Richard D. Burns, Hinsdale, IL.
7/29/78: Collided with aircraft on takeoff, Oshkosh, WI.
By 11/86: Flew as “CRIPES A’MIGHTY IVth, PE-P, 414906.”
1987: John (Jack) D. Rodgers, Rockford, IL.
1990: Richard D. Burns, Hinsdale IL. 
6/93: John D. Rodgers, Chicago-DuPage Airport, West Chicago, IL. 
6/95: Operated by Air Classics Aircraft Museum, DuPage Airport. Mr. Rodgers was killed in a plane crash on 6/14/95. He was one of the founders of the Air Classics Aircraft Museum.
10/96: Ken J. Wagnon, Wichita, KS.
10/96 to 4/02: Delivered to Danville, IL for full restoration.
2/13/97: Ken J. Wagnon, Danville, IL with c/r N251KW.
3/01: Re-registered as N151KW.
4/18/02: First post-restoration flight as “CRIPES A’MIGHTY IVth, PE-P, 414906.”
8/25/06: KW-51 LLC, Wichita, KS.
6/21/07: Alpine Aviation, Alpine, WY.
6/5/08: Re-registered as N151BW.
4/14/09: Thomas T. Ungurean, Coshocton, OH.
Ca.2017: Fargo Air Museum, Hector International Airport, Fargo, ND.
3/21/18: c/r N151BW cancelled.

44-74878		P-51D
1945: TOS USAAF. Placed in storage.
9/18/97: TOS USAF. Remained in storage.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
1/10/ 51: TOS RCAF as Mustang IV, s/n 9259. Assigned to RCAF Station Uplands, Ontario.
Unknown date: No. 424 Squadron (Auxiliary), Hamilton, Ontario.
2/25/57: James H. Defuria & Fred J. Ritts/Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY with c/r N6306T.
9/17/57: SOC RCAF.
5/10/60 Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.
7/8/61: Suncoast Aviation, St.Petersburg, FL.
7/29/61: Certificate of Airworthiness N6306T.
11/14/61: Florida Airmotive Sales, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
7/7/62: Sherman Aircraft Sales, Fort Wayne, IN.
8/3/64: Howard Olsen Development Co, Midland, TX.
1/7/65: Huntley Aviation Service, Leland, MS.
1/7/69: Marvin L. Gardner/Gardner Flyers Inc, Brownfield, TX.
3/6/69: Tom Wood Aircraft Co, Kalamazoo, MI.
10/71: Tom Wood Pontiac, Indianapolis, IN.
By 7/82: Flies as "HI-G, 44-74878."
5/21/93 to 2019: Tom Wood Inc, Indianapolis, IN.
6/7/03: Landed gear up at Davenport, IA during air show. Repaired.
2010: Tom Wood passes away after owning this plane for 40 years.
3/27/18: c/r N6306T cancelled.
5/31/18: Tom Wood Inc, Indianapolis, IN.
As of 2019 the plane is still registered to Tom Wood Inc, Indianapolis, IN.
B-17G

42-39760   July 26, 1944
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit Parked B-17G (42-39848) While Taxiing at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on July 27, 1944.

42-39848   July 26, 1944
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Taxiing B-17G (42-39760) While Parked at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on July 27, 1944.

42-97398   December 31, 1944   MACR 11352
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause in The North Sea While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Hamburg Germany. All (9) Crew Were Killed.

42-97996   March 17, 1945   MACR 15369
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Forced Landing in Russia After Damaged By Flak Northeast of Ruhland Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Ruhland Germany. Aircraft Last Seen Heading to Poland. All (9) Crew Survived and Returned.

42-98013   January 14, 1945   MACR 11734
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Collided With B-17G 43-37933) in Mid Air Over Osnabruck Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Osnabruck Germany. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air Shortly After Collision at Vetschau 33 km Southeast of Lueneburg Germany. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

42-98020   August 30, 1944
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

42-102497   December 24, 1944   MACR 12177
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 Near Leige Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. Crashed in The Ardennes Belgium. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot From JG 3. (3) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

43-37569   December 24, 1944   MACR 11559
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed at Aywaille Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crewman Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. (1) Died of His Wounds. (2) Released in 1945.

43-37805   August 6, 1944   MACR 7892
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Strong Point Zeitz 6 km North of The Railroad Station at Calbe Germany While on a Mission on an Industrial Berlin Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-37858   November 5, 1944   MACR 10324
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Wittlich Germany While on a Mission on The Chemical Works at Ludwigshaven Germany. Number 3 and 4 Engines Caught Fire and Aircraft Crashed. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

43-37877   November 30, 1944   MACR 11154
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Merseburg Germany While on a Mission on The Synthetic Oil Refinery at Merseburg Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Went into a Spin and One Wing Broke off and Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-37933   January 14, 1945   MACR 11732
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-10 2 km East of Redefin 18 km West of Ludwigslust Germany While on a Mission to Osnabruck Germany. Made Belly Landing. BF 109G-10 Flown By Uffz. Siegfried Schaefer of JG 300/13. (1) Crew Killed. (8) Crew Survived & Were Captured & Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-37969   March 19, 1945   MACR   16022
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Collided With B-17G (43-38038) in Mid Air Near Couvron France. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Survived.

43-37979   October 20, 1944
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Take off Accident at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

43-37980   August 25, 1944   MACR 8470
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Rechlin Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield at Rechlin Germany. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (9) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-37981   August 9, 1944
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

43-37987   April 10, 1945   MACR 13883
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Briest Airfield at Brandenburg Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield There. Left Wing Broke off and The Aircraft Went into a Spin & Crashed at Genthin Germany. (2) Crew Killed. (1) When His Parachute Failed to Open. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. 

43-38002   January 14, 1945   MACR 11733
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Rhode 9.5 km Northeast of The Airfield at Helmstedt Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Osnabruck Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38007   August 5, 1944   MACR 7893
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Lostau 13km South Southwest of Burg Near Magdeburg Germany While on a Mission on The Aircraft Factory at Magdeburg Germany. Part of Right Wing Came off and Aircraft Broke in Half & Exploded. (8) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38008   October 15, 1944   MACR 9492
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire at Rieserhof Near Schnellenbach 22 km East of Cologne Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Cologne Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Went into a Spin and Crashed in Flames. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38022   January 22, 1945
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Taxiing B-17G (44-8611) While Parked at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. Aircraft Was Destroyed.
B-17G

43-38028   March 15, 1945
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crash Landed in Poland After Aircraft Badly Damaged By Flak While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Oraienburg Germany. Crew Landed in Poland Which Was in Russion Hands and Were Liberated By Russians Who Treated Them More Like Prisoners Then Allied Aimen. Finally All But Two That Were Hospitalized Were Released.

43-38037   September 30, 1944   MACR 9422
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Collided With B-17G (43-38154) in Mid Air Over Bielefeld Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Bielefeld Germany. Left Wing Came off and Aircraft Spun Down and Crashed at Leopoldshohe-Kentrup Germany. (7) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38042   October 21, 1944
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Taxiing Accident at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

43-38044   February 6, 1945   MACR 12239
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed From Unknown Cause at Triptis 25 km Southwest of Gera Germany While on a Mission to Chemnitz Germany. Caught Fire and Crashed in Flames. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38083   March 19, 1945   MACR 15844
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Collided With B-17G (43-37969) in Mid Air Near Couvron France. All (10) Crew Were Killed.

43-38141   November 26, 1944   MACR 10758
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed Near Krefeld Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Hamm Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire in The Bombay and Went into a Dive. One Wing Broke off anf Aircraft Disintegrated in Mid Air. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38154   September 30, 1944   MACR 9423
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Collided With B-17G (43-38037) in Mid Air Over Bielefeld Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Bielefeld Germany. Left Wing Came off and Aircraft Spun Down and Crashed at Leopoldshohe-Kentrup Germany. (8) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

43-38169   December 29, 1944   MACR 11374
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Bitburg Eifel Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Aschaffenburg Germany. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38260   September 22, 1944   MACR 10210
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Wiesbaden Germany While on a Mission on The Tank Factory at Kassel Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed West of Seibersback/Hunsruck 15 km West of Bingen Germany. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38596   February 20, 1945   MACR 12550
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire 20 Miles South of Nurnberg Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Nurnberg Germany. Caught Fire and Left Wing Broke off and Aircraft Went into a Spin and Exploded in Mid Air. (5) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-38888   March 11, 1945   MACR 12979
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Meckelfeld 5 km Southeast of Harburg Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Hamburg Germany. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Then Straight Down and Exploded in Mid Air. (9) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

43-38893   January 22, 1945
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Taxiing B-17G (44-8611) While Parked at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

43-38926   December 24, 1944   MACR 11675
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed Near Sprimont 14 km West of Bastogne Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. Right Wing Caught Fire & Aircraft Exploded. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot From JG 3. (6) Crew Were Killed. (3) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

43-38988   February 9, 1945   MACR 12372
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Weimer Germany While on a Mission on The Motor Transport Factory at Weimer Germany. Crashed Near Heringen 6 km Southeast of Nordhausen Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-39108   March 3, 1945   MACR 12888
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a Near Brunswick Germany While on a Mission on Industrial Targets at Brunswick Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Hptm. Heinz Guttmann of JG 7/9. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (4) Crew Evaded Capture.

43-39173   March 17, 1945   MACR 13110
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Ruhland Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Ruhland Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed out and Were Captired and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-6114   August 9, 1944
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
"Landing Accident at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. Salvaged on August 12, 1944.

44-6290   November 9, 1944   MACR 10341
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 500 Meters Northeast of Illingen10 km West of Neunkirchen Saarland Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Saarbrucken Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire & Exploded in Mid Air. (2) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-6299   August 26,1944
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Taxiing B-17G (Unknown) While Parked at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-6305   September 12, 1944   MACR 10209
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed at St. Vith Belgium After Three Engines Failed While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Merseburg Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out. (1) Crewman Was Killed When His Parachute Failed to Open. (2) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945. (6) Crew Landed in Allied Territory.
B-17G

44-6307   November 25, 1944   MACR 10757
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed 1 km Southeast of Stromberg 3 km Southeast of Eitorf Germany After Two Engines Failed While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Merseburg Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-6463   September 28, 1944   MACR 9421
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fore Over Merseburg Germany While on a Mission on The Oil Refinery at Merseburg Germany. Crashed at Naherstille 4 km Southeast of Schmalkalden Germany. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. (1) Died in Captivity. (9) Released in 1945.

44-6468   January 3, 1945
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Ground Collision at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

44-6894   May 4, 1945
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Mid Air Collision at Peterborough Cambridgeshire England. Able to Land. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

44-6913   April 10, 1945   MACR 13885
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a East of Celle Germany While on a Mission on The Briest Airfield at Brandenburg Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Flg. Gerard Reiher of JG 7/1. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-8192   December 24, 1944   MACR 11258
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 5 Miles Southeast of Leige Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed in Flames. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

44-8276   March 18, 1945   MACR 13135
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Berlin Germnay While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Berlin Germany. Crashed at Gorzow Poland. All (9) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Killed After Strafed By Russian Pilots. (7) Crew Survived.

44-8333   October 23, 1944
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crash Landed at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-8523   March 26, 1945
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit By Taxiing B-17G (43-39042) While Parked at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged. Unknown if Repaired.

44-8547   April 8, 1945   MACR 13742
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Plauen Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Plauen Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire Spreading Along The Wing to The Engines & Went into a Dive and Exploded in Mid Air Northwest of Hof Germany. (5) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured. Liberated Same Day.

44-8606   February 6, 1945
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Landing Accident at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-8611   January 22, 1945
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Hit (2) Parked B-17Gs (43-38022) and (43-38893) While Taxiing at (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

44-8614   December 24, 1944   MACR 12207
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 Near Spa Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. Aircraft Caught Fire and Went into a Spin and Crashed. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot of JG 3. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

44-8702   April 10, 1945   MACR 13884
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a Over Briest Airfield at Brandenburg Germany While on a Mission on The Airfield There. Right Wing Broke off & Aircraft Crashed. Me 262 A-1a Flow By Unknown Pilot of JG 7. (1) Crewman Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

44-8922   April 14, 1945
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed at Clacton-on-Sea England After Aircraft Caught Fire. All (10) Crew Survived. Aircraft Destroyed By Fire. Salvaged and Scrapped on May 22, 1945.

B-17GSH

42-98019   December 24, 1944   MACR 11238
839th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Crashed at Ostend Belgium After Number One Engine Exploded and Caught Fire While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. All (9) Crew Bailed Out. (4) Believed Drowned After Landing 8 Miles off Ostend Belgium in The North Sea. (5) Crew Survived.

44-8121   December 24, 1944   MACR 11561
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 and Crashed 1/2 Mile Northwest of Esneux Belgium While on a Mission on The Airfield at Babenhausen Germany. Fw 190A-8 Flown By Unknown Pilot From JG 3. All (10) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture. (1) Died in Hospital of His Wounds.

44-8444   December 24, 1944   MACR 11552
836th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 and Crashed 8 Miles Southwest of Liege Belgium While on a Mission to Babenhausen Germany. BF 109G-6 Flown By Uffz. Heinz Bake of JG 3/14. (4) Crew Were Killed. (6) Crew Bailed Out Over Allied Lines & Survived. General Frerdrick Castle Was C-Pilot & Was Killed.

44-8563   January 14, 1945   MACR 11731
838th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Near Gutenparren 26 km Northwest of Brandenburg Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yard at Osnabruck Germany. Aircraft Exploded in Mid Air. (2) Crew Were Killed. (9) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Liberated on April 30, 1945.

44-8746   March 15, 1945   MACR 13089
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Wittenberg Germany While on a Mission on The Marshalling Yards at Oraienburg Germany. (3) Crew Were Killed. (7) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. (1) Died in Captivity of His Wounds. (6) Released in 1945.

44-8808   April 10, 1945   MACR 14196
837th Bombardment Squadron 487th Bombardment Group 8th Air Force (RAF Lavenham Airfield) Station USAAF-137 Suffolk England
Shot Down By Gunfire From German (Jet) Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a West of Brandenburg Germany While Returning From a Mission on The Briest Airfield at Brandenburg Germany. Me 262 A-1a Flown By Ofhr. Ernst Pfeiffer of JG 7/9. (2) Crew Were Killed. (8) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
B-25C  

41-12441   May 25, 1942   MACR 15969
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Lae Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. All (7) Crew Were Killed.

41-12448   May 24, 1942   MACR 15724
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Lae Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

41-12450   May 25, 1942   MACR 16001
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Lae Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

41-12462   May 23, 1942   MACR 15937
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Lae Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. Ditched Near Salamaua Morobe Papua New Guinea. (5) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Survived and Was Rescued.

41-12466   May 25, 1942 MACR None
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Lae Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. (5) Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Bailed Out and Was Rescued.

41-12470   July 26, 1942   MACE None
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) 40 Miles Northwest of Buna Oro Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Japanese Seaplanes Anchored off Gasmata New Britain. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. All (5) Crew Were Killed.

41-12472   September 4, 1942
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Ditched From Unknown Cause 6 Miles Offshore Between Hood Point and Keppel Point Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Reported Japanese Warships Over Milne Bay Papua New Guinea. None Were Found. Aircraft Broke Up on Impact With The Water. All Crew Were Killed.

41-12478   May 16, 1942
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Forced Landing at Aiyary Airfield Eastern Highlands Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Lae. During Landing The Nose Wheel Hit a Hole and Buckled Resulting in Much of The Nose Section Being Destroyed. All (6) Crew Survived. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Condemned on March 1, 1943.

41-12483   January 7, 1943   MACR 16393
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Lost From Unknown Cause Over The Pacific Ocean While on a Flight From Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia to Port Moresby Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific. All (8) Crew Were Killed.

41-12486   May 8, 1942
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Crash Landed at Daugo Island Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific Due to Left Engine & Hydraulic System Damaged By Japanese Zeros While on a Reconnaissance Mission Over Lae Marobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific. (1) Crewman was Killed. (4) Crew Survived But (1) Died in The Hospital. Wreck Still There.

41-12487   May 15, 1943
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Crashed From Unknown Cause on The Seaward End End of Lae Airfield Lae Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Lae Morobe Papua New Guinea. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-12491   May 23, 1942   MACR None
89th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Buna Oro Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Lae Airfield Papua New Guinea. Crashed Near Fufuda. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. (4) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Rescued.

41-12497   May 14, 1942
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Forced Landing Making a Wheels Up Belly Landing at Kila Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea After Damaged By Japanese A6M2 Zeros of Tainan Kokutai. All (5) Crew Survived. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Condemned on March 1, 1943.

41-12498   May 25, 1942   MACR None
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Near Lae Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. Ditched Near Salamaua Morobe Papua New Guinea. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (5) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

41-12499   August 25, 1942
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Lost From Unknown Cause Near Milne Bay Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission Japanese Shipping at Milne Bay. All (6) Crew Were Killed. Might Have Been Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire.

41-12501   October 13, 1942
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Jackson Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Crashed Near Lea Lea Northwest of Port Moresby Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific Due to Bad Weather. All (6) Crew Bailed Out and Survived and Returned to Their Unit.

41-12511   May 10, 1942
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Crash Landed on a Reef Near Samarai Island Milne Bay Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Deboyne Lagoon and Aircraft Moored North of Nivani Island Milne Bay Papua New Guinea. All Crew Survived and Were Transported Aboard The MV Matoma to Port Moresby. Crew Burned The Aircraft.

41-12515   August 30, 1944
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Nadzab Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea
Crashed From Unknown Cause in Mangrove Swamp Near Pol River Irian Jaya Indonesia While on a Ferry Flight From Nadzab Airfield Morobe Papua New Guinea to Owi Airfield Irian Jaya Indonesia. All (2) Crew and (9) Passengers Were Killed.

41-12792   July 26, 1942   MACR None
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) 40 Miles Northwest of Buna Oro Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Japanese Seaplanes Anchored off Gasmata New Britain. A6M2 Zero Flown By Unknown Pilot of Tainan Kokutai. (4) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Evaded Capture.

41-12906   July 28, 1943
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Crashed From Unknown Cause West of Soputa Oro Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While Returning From a Mission on a Japanese Destroyer off Cape Gloucester. All (4) Crew Bailed Out and Their Fate Unknown.

41-12968   February 21, 1943
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Kila Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Ditched 25 Miles Northwest of Port Moresby Near Idihi Island on a Reef Southwest of Boera Papua New Guinea After Both Engines Damaged By Own Bomb That Exploded Prematurely While on a Practice Bombing Mission on The Old Ship Wreck The SS Pruth. All (4) Crew Survived and Were Rescued. Condemned on June 3, 1943.

41-12969   April 30, 1943
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Crashed After Take off at Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific Due to Engine Failure. Aircraft Buzzed The Fighter Strip and Pulled Up to Break Away But Then Fell on One Wing and Crashed and Caught Fire. All (8) Crew Were Killed. Aircraft Destroyed By Fire. Condemned on June 26, 1943.

41-12980   June 21, 1943
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Ditched From Unknown Cause North of Sio Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission Searching For Barge Activity Along The North Coast of Papua New Guinea Between Buna and Saidor. All (4) Crew Were Killed. (2) Believed Were Executed By The Japanese Army.

41-12981   May 22, 1943   MACR 4405
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Crashed Near Kereme Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific Possibly Due to Bad Weather While on a Night Reconnaissance Mission Against Barge Traffic off The North Coast of Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-12982   November 16, 1942   MACR 15104
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2 (Zero) Over Buna Oro Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Anti-Aircraft Guns at Buna. Aircraft Caught Fire and Spun in and Crashed. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

41-12998   November 2, 1943   MACR 1633
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire From Japanese Ships Over Simpson Harbor East New Britain Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Shipping in Simpson Harbor. Right Engine Caught Fire. Crashed into The Sea North of Kokopo East New Britain. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-13088   April 16, 1943
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Forced Landing in Veimauri Swamp at The Base of a Hill West of Port Moresby Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific After Hitting a Tree While on a Test Flight to Test The Engines After Repair. All Crew Survived and Rescued By Local Villagers. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Salvaged on May 6, 1943.

41-13091   December 15, 1942   MACR 16497
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Crashed From Unknown Cause 40 Miles West From Cardwell Queensland Australia While on a Ferry Flight From Dunda Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea to Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia. All (11) Onboard (2) Crew and (9) Passengers Were Killed.
B-25D

41-29705   April 12, 1943
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Bombed By Japanese Bomber Mitsubishi G4M1 (Betty) at Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea. Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Scrapped.

41-29706   December 20, 1942   MACR 16428
"90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Crashed Northeast of Queensland Australia 70 Miles North of Osprey Reef in The Coral Sea Due to Bad Weather Conditions While on a Transport Mission. Aircraft Burst into Flames on Impact. All (11) Onboard (2) Crew and (9) Passengers Were Killed.

41-29709   December 20, 1942
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Schwimmer Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Ditched 25 Miles North of Cooktown Airfield Queensland Australia in The Coral SeaDue to Engine Failure While Enroute From Cooktown Airfield Queensland Australia to Schwimmer Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea. Aircraft Sank in 3 Minutes. All (12) Survived (1) Crew and (11) Passengers. 

41-29714   April 12, 1943
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Bombed By Japanese Bomber Mitsubishi G4M1 (Betty) at Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

41-29719   April 12, 1943
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Bombed By Japanese Bomber Mitsubishi G4M1 (Betty) at Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

41-29728   December 1, 1942
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia
Collided With Another Aircraft in Mid Air 7 Miles West of Charters Towers Airfield Queensland Australia. All Crew Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed.

41-29731   October 30, 1942   MACR 16429
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Durand Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Crashed From Unknown Cause North of Little Myola Dry Lake Moyla Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Armed Reconnaissance Mission Over Lae Airfield, Gasmata and Hood Point Papua New Guinea. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

41-30212   November 2, 1942   MACR 1013
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed Near Kokopo East New Britain Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission to Bomb and Straf Rabaul. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-30213   November 2, 1942   MACR None
13th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire From Japanese Ships Over Simpson Harbor East New Britain Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission on Shipping in Simpson Harbor. Left Engine Caught Fire. Crashed Near Kokopo East New Britain. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-30313   July 9, 1943   MACR None
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Jackson Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Hit By Gunfire From Japanese Nakajima Ki-43 (Oscar) Near Salamaua Morobe Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific. Ki-43 (Oscar) Flown By SgtMaj. Katsuaka Kira of 24th Sentai. Ditched off Salamaua. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (4) Crew Survived and Swan to an Island and Met By Australian Coast Watcher. Rescued By a U.S. Navy LCI.

41-30316   November 2, 1943
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Ditched Near Kiriwina Airfield Milne Bay Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific After One Engine Damaged By Japanese Fighters While Returning From a Mission on Shipping in Simpson Harbor. All (5) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

41-30318   October 30, 1943   MACR 995
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Garowe Island in The Vitu Island Group New Britain Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission to Vitu Islands. Crashed into The Sea off Genta Bay on The West Side of The Island. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-30345   August 28, 1943
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Jackson Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Crashed into Hansa Bay Madang Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission There. Aircraft Hit By Explosion From Bomb Blast From Another B-25 Which Knocked off The Right Wing and Tail. All (3) Crew Were Killed.

41-30376   October 24, 1943   MACR 979
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Crashed at Kabanga Point Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific After it Possibly Collided With a Japanese A6M Zero While on a Mission to Rabaul New Britain Papua New Guinea. Aircraft Caught Fire and Crashed After The Right Wing Broke off. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-30434   September 27, 1943   MACR 731
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed in Kairuru Strait East Sepik Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission to Kairuru Island East Sepik Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific. Aircraft Cartwheeled and Broke Up When Hitting The Water. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-30526   August 18, 1944   MACR None
8th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Jackson Airfield Port Moresby Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed at Wewak East Sepik Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific After Both Engines Were Shot Out While on a Mission to Wewak. All (4) Crew Were Killed.

41-30532   February 1, 1944   MACR 2565
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Crashed on Mount Kenevi Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific During Bad Weather While on a Ferry Flight From Horanda Airfield to Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea. All (2) Crew and (9) Passengers Were Killed. Several Passengers Were From The 27th Air Depot.

41-30636   September 27, 1943   MACR 730
90th Bombardment Squadron 3rd Bombardment Group 5th Air Force Dobodura Airfield Papua New Guinea
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Wewak Harbor Wewak East Sepik Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific While on a Mission to Wewak Harbor Wewak East Sepik Papua New Guinea in The South Pacific. All (5) Crew Were Killed.
DHC-3 159 Left Fleet
55-3302  United States Army  19.09.56  Left Fleet
C-FUJM  Tyee Airlines Inc  Unknown  Left Fleet
C-FUJM  West Coast Air (Vancouver BC)  25.04.77  Left Fleet
C-FUJM  Jim Pattison Industries Ltd  Unknown  Left Fleet
C-FUJM  Air B C Ltd  31.12.87  Left Fleet
C-FUJM  Pacific Coastal Airlines  06.09.89  Left Fleet
C-FUJM  Glen Ernst  04.09.97  Left Fleet
N67KA  Private Operator  Unknown  Left Fleet
N959PA  Promech Air  25.11.97  Crashed
DHC-2 237
51-16484 • 5T-CAA • N1076 • C-GMJU • N922DD
N952DB
51-16484 USAF #1055. L-20A No: 56. Command AF-1. Delivered on 20-Apr-1952.
51-16484 Rhode Island ANG.
51-16484 Maryland and California ANG.
51-16484 Reported as struck off charge on 30-Jul-1974 reportedly as a reclamation.Canx circa. 1971-1972.
5T-CAA Reported but no confirmatory evidence. 
N1076 George Robertson, Homer, AK. Regd 19-Feb-1981. Canx 24-Mar-1981.
C-GMJU Keewatin Air Ltd., Winnipeg, MB. Regd 25-Mar-1981. Canx 28-Jul-1982. Named “Spirit of Essington”.
C-GMJU R. E. Gustin, Sidney, BC. Canx 24-Mar-1983.
C-GMJU Bob Gustin Inc., Sidney, BC. Canx 12-Jul-1983.
C-GMJU Eagle Air 1984-1985. To be confirmed.
C-GMJU Ritchie Bros Holdings Ltd., Richmond, BC. Canx 25-Mar-1988.
C-GMJU Hyack Air (1981) Ltd., New Westminster, BC. Regd 25-Mar-1988. Canx 15-Jun-1989.
C-GMJU Air Rainbow Ltd., Nanaimo, BC. Regd 15-Jun-1989. Canx 17-Nov-1993.
C-GMJU Air Rainbow Mid Coast, Port McNeill, BC. Regd 21-Dec-1993. Canx 10-Aug-2000.
Accident: Port Elizabeth, BC. 29-May-1997. Following touchdown and while taxiing, the float equipped aircraft struck a partially submerged log with its left float. Although the aircraft started to list to the left the pilot managed to taxi the aircraft to the dock without further incident. Following the deplaning of the passengers at the dock, the pilot secured the aircraft by the left float, ensuring it was safely supported. CADORS Number 1997P0354
Note: Attended Beaver 50th Anniversary meet at Victoria, BC Oct-1997.
C-GMJU North Island Air & Marine Ltd., Port McNeill, BC. Regd 30-Mar-2001.
N922DD Douglas F. Devries, Kenmore, WA. Regd 19-Jun-2002. Canx 03-Apr-2006
Airworthiness cert: 29-Aug-2002.
Note: Attended de Havilland Canada "Out of Production" meet at Victoria, BC. 18-20-Oct-2002.
N922DD George Matt Hook, Palm City, FL . Regd 05-Apr-2006. Canx 08-Apr-2008 on change of registration. Possibly leased to Kenmore Air Harbour.
N922DD George Matt Hook, Palm City, FL. Regd 08-Apr-2008. Leased to Kenmore Air. Re regd 31-May-2011 with new address, Seahurst, WA.
N922DD Catahoula Air LLC., Seahurst WA. Regd 22-May-2012.
N952DB Mountain Air Service LLC., Ketchikan, AK. Regd 23-Oct-2012.
Accident: Mid air at 3,300' over Coon Cove, George Inlet, 8nm NE of Ketchikan. 13-May-2019. 5K. Brought down by descending N959PA (159) Turbine DHC-3 Otter.
Status unknown •
USAF History
51-16484 was made available to the Toronto AMO (Air Material Overseas) unit of the USAF on 04-Apr-1952, accepted on 15-Apr-1952 and initially delivered on 20-Apr-1952 to the Air Material Command and the San Bernardino maintenance facility at Norton Air Force Base. It remained between 22-Apr-1952 until 03-Jun-1952, after which it was re assigned to the Far East Air Forces Command and transported to South Korea and Kisarazu Air Force Base. Here it was allocated to the 6400th Air Depot until 16-Jul-1952 and then the 6408th Maintenance Unit Group for preparation prior to an onward move to Yong Dong Po Air Force Base and the 10th Liaison Squadron on the 08-Sep-1952. The unit subsequently moved to Osan ni and the aircraft remained there until 21-Oct-1954, after which it went to the 6146th Air Advisory Group at Sachon where they trained South Korean engineers to maintain their aircraft.
Back at Sachon in Korea it was again deployed to the 6146th Air Advisory Group, the unit later moving to Seoul and the aircraft stayed with the unit until 10-Sep-1959. It then joined the 6314th Air Base Wing on 10-Sep 1959 where it stayed 20-Jul-1961. During this allocation the unit deployed to Seoul, Osan ni, Kimpo and Kunsan. The unit was then re-designated as 6314th Support Wing staying at Osan (the ni suffix having been dropped) and the aircraft remained until 26-Mar-1963.
A complete change now occurred with a move back to the US mainland. The aircraft was assigned to the Logistics Command and the Fairchild Aircraft Company facility at Hagerstown, Baltimore in Ohio from 26-Mar 1963. A further re assignment of command on 16-Jun-1963 found it with the Strategic Air Command and the 381st Strategic Missile Wing at McConnell AFB near Wichita, KS.
On 18-Aug-1965 the aircraft was passed to the Air National Guard initially with the 135th Air Commando Group at Martin AFB, Maryland and then to the 129th Air Commando Group at Hayward AFB, CA which was an Air National Guard Unit, on the 11-Apr 1966. It returned to Martin AFB on the 08-Sep-1966 and its last recorded allocation was to the Air Force Logistics Command and the  Warner Robins Air Depot at Robins AFB from 15-Jan-1968 where it remained stored It is reported as struck off charge on 30-Jul-1974 as a reclamation when it was sold onto the commercial market.
 
 
DHC-2 1309
58-1986 • N67044 • -GWPF • N450DB (1)
N67667 (2)
Delivered 17-Feb-1959.
58-1986 US ARMY • # 1866 • L-20 No: 867 • Command A-16.
Davis Monthan 13-Apr-1972 to 06-May-1975.
N67044 Civil Defense, Clearwater, FL. Canx 01-Jun-1979.
C-GWPF Winde Pacific Forest Products, BC.
C-GWPF Wolverine Air leased in 1981.
C-GWPF Harbour Air in 1982.
Noted with titles 24-Mar-1983 @ Vancouver, BC • Canx Aug-1989.
A/W 15-Aug-1989.
N450DB (1) David P. Brown / Jacqueline L. Brown, Juneau, AK.
Wings Air Group Inc., Juneau, AK.  
67667 (2) Venture Travel LLC., Ketchikan, AK • Taquan.
Regd 06-Dec-2004.
N67667 Blue Aircraft LLC., Ketchikan, AK • 22-Sep-2008. Operated by Taquan.
Accident: Matlakatla, Alaska, 20-May-2019 2K. Brought to shore later that day.
• Salvaged •
B-25C

42-53345   September 11, 1943   MACR 2821
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 3 Miles off Kotomari Point Shumshu Island Kuril Islands in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission on Shipping in The Paramushiru Straits Kuril Islands. Right Engine Caught Fire Causing Aircraft to Catch Fire and Crashed into The Water and Exploded on Impact. All (5) Crew Were Killed.

42-53348   November 23, 1943   MACR 2612
"77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Amchitka Army Airfield Amchitka Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Lost From Unknown Cause 30 Miles Northeast of Amchitka Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska in The Pacific Ocean While on an Administrative Flight. All (8) Onboard (6) Crew and (2) Passengers Were Killed.

42-53349   September 9, 1944   MACR 11271
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Crashed off The Kuril Islands in The Pacific Ocean After Horizontal Stabilizer Struck The Mast of a Vessel During an Attack on Japanese Boats While on an Offensive Sweep at The Kuril Islands. (2) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Survived and Were Rescued.

42-53351   September 10, 1944   MACR 15154
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Landed For Unknown Cause at Petropavlovsk Russia While on a Mission. All (6) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Russia. Released in 1945. Fate of Aircraft Unknown.

42-53354   September 11, 1943   MACR 2283
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire on The Paramushiru Straits Kuril IslandsWhile on a Mission on Shipping in The Paramushiru Straits. Aircraft Exploded and Disintegrated in Mid Air. 5 Crew Were Killed. (1) Crewman Was Blown Out and in The Water and Was Rescued By a Japanese Boat and Captured and Became a POW. Released in 1945.

B-25D

43-3685   October 31, 1944   MACR 9607
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Landed at Siberia Russia Due to Rudder Controls Shot off By Japanese Fighter Causing Excessive Drag Making it Inpossible to Make Back to Base While on a Mission on The Kuril Islands. All (7) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Russia. Released in 1945. Fate of Aircraft Unknown.

B-25J

43-36128   December 29, 1944   MACR 11686
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Lost From Unknown Cause Southwest of Kamchatka Peninsula in The Pacific Ocean During an Offensive Sweep of The Northern Kuril Islands. All (7) Crew Were Killed.

43-36134   May 19, 1945   MACR 14473
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Lost From Unknown Cause While on a Mission on Minami Cape Radar Installation and Cannery on The Naka River on Shumshu Island. Last Seen Heading Up The East Coast of Kamchatka Russia to a Neutral Base. All (6) Crew Survived and Returned. (NOTE) Believe Aircraft Interned By Russia. Fate Unknown.

43-36135   July 16, 1945   MACR 14762
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Crashed Near Petropavlovak Kamchatka Russia Due to Engine Failure While Returning From an Offensive Sweep on Shipping at Torishima Retto. Believed All (6) Crew Bailed Out and Returned.

43-36136   December 29, 1944   MACR 11685
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Lost From Unknown Cause Southwest of Kamchatka Peninsula in The Pacific Ocean While on an Offensive Sweep of The Northern Kuril Islands. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

43-36140     May 19, 1945   MACR 14472
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Forced Landing on Shumshu Island Kurile Islands Russia Due to Engine Failure While on a Mission on Minami Cape Radar Installation and Cannery on The Naka River on Shumshu Island. All (6) Crew Were Captured and Became POWs. (3) Released in 1945. (3) Were Killed When The Ship They Were on Was Torpedoed and Sank.

43-36145   July 16, 1945   MACR 14763
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Crashed Near Petropavlovak Kamchatka Russia While Returning From an Offensive Sweep on Shipping at Torishima Retto. All (6) Crew Bailed Out. (2) (MIA) and Believed Dead. (4) Crew Survived and Returned.

43-36148   July 12, 1945   MACR 14755
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire From a Japanese Ship and Crashed off Paramushiru Island Kuril Islands in The Pacific Ocean While on a Sweep on Shipping in The Mouth of The Second Kuril Straits. Left Wing Broke off and Aircraft Dove into The Water and Sank Immediately. All (7) Crew Were Killed.

43-36149   May 10, 1945   MACR 14408
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed North of Shumshu Island Kurile Islands in The Sea of Okhotsk While on a Mission on Shipping in The Kurile Strait and Kataoka Harbor. Left Engine Caught Fire and Aircraft Crashed in Flames in The Water. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

43-36151   June 11, 1945   MACR 14942
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M5 (Zeke) West of Paramushiru Island Kuril Islands in The Pacific Ocean While on a Photo Mission. Six Feet of Left Wing Broke off and Aircraft Went into a Dive Crashed into The Water and Sank Immediately. All (7) Crew Were Killed.

42-36152   May 19, 1945   MACR 14471
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Shot Down By Gunfire From Japanese Mitsubishi A6M5 (Zeke) and Crashed West of Shumshu Island in The Pacific Ocean While on a Shipping Sweep Mission to Minami Cape Shumshu Kurlle Islands. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

42-36153   November 15, 1944   MACR 13286
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Lost From Unknown Cause 12 Miles Southeast of Agattu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska Over The Pacific Ocean While on a Photo Mission. All (6) Crew Were Killed.

43-36158   May 10, 1945   MACR 14409
77th Bombardment Squadron 28th Bombardment Group (Composite) 11th Air Force Attu Airfield Attu Island in The Aleutian Islands Alaska
Damaged By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Landed at Petropavlovsk Russia While on a Mission on Shipping in The Kurile Strait and Kataoka Harbor. (1) Crewman Was Killed. (6) Crew Survived and Were Interned in Russia. Released in 1945. Fate of Aircraft Unknown.
B-25J

43-35968   December 22, 1944   MACR 10772
438th Bombardment Squadron 319th Bombardment Group 12th Air Force Serragia Airfield Corsica
Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Torreberetti Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Torreberetti Italy. Able to Fly and on Return Flight to Base Left Engine Caught Fire and Aircraft Crashed 40 Miles North of Capraia Island in The Ligurian Sea. All (6) Crew Bailed Out and Landed in The Water and Died.

43-36062   December 22, 1944   MACR 10771
438th Bombardment Squadron 319th Bombardment Group 12th Air Force Serragia Airfield Corsica
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed ear Valenza Near Alessandria Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Torreberetti Italy. Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed and Exploded on Impact. (4) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-36122   November 17, 1944   MACR 9991
437th Bombardment Squadron 319th Bombardment Group 12th Air Force Serragia Airfield Corsica
Shot Down By Anti-Aircraft Fire and Crashed 1 km East of Cragnuitto Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at Tomba Italy. The Right Wing Folded Over and The Aircraft Went into a Spin and Crashed. (5) Crew Were Killed. (2) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.

43-36216   December 10, 1944   MACR 10384
439th Bombardment Squadron 319th Bombardment Group 12th Air Force Serragia Airfield Corsica
Shot Down By Gunfire From Italian Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 North of Lake Garda Riva Italy While on a Mission on The Railroad Bridge at San Michele Italy. BF 109G-6 Flown By Unknown Pilot of 1st Squadriglia 1st Gruppo ANR. (2) Crew Were Killed. (4) Crew Bailed Out and Were Captured and Became POWs. Released in 1945.
44-84634		P-51D 
MustangsMustangs reports this ID Problem: 44-84634 is not a Swedish Air Force P-51, yet GN96 came from Sweden. 44-63634 is Swedish AF Fv26121, to Nicaragua and reported as GN93. GN93 is reported to be 44-72331, but Fv26121 is not known by any other GN#. MM says reasonable to assume GN96 is 44-63634 and not -84634. BUT, Goodall lists -63634 as definitely GN93.
Goodall says it is possible the IDs were swapped during recovery from Nicaragua.
However, according to Aviation Safety Network, 44-84634 crashed on 7/17/45, eight miles south of Lamont, FL, and damaged beyond repair (written off), and usaafdata.com shows the pilot, 2LT Leland W. Hall, Jr, was killed in the crash. 

So where did the s/n 44-84634 come from for this aircraft? Here’s the information I found for both s/n as listed with MustangsMustangs and Goodall, combining information from both.

44-63634:
11/29/44: TOS USAAF.
9/18/47: TOS USAF.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
1948: TOS Swedish Air Force as J26, s/n Fv26121.
1/17/55: Possibly Nicaraguan AF as GN93.
9/2/63: Will W. Martin/MACO Sales Financial Corp, Chicago, IL with c/r N6149U. (Also reported as N6165U).
1964: Ferried from Managua, Nicaragua to USA.
1966: Guglielmo Silini, Springfield, IL with c/r N2114.
4/21/68: Crashed Springfield IL. Forced gear up landing, engine coolant leak, engine failure. Aircraft written off. 

44-84634:
11/29/44: TOS USAAF.
9/18/47: TOS USAF.
1948: Redesignated F-51D.
Ca.1955: Nicaraguan Air Force as GN96.
9/2/63: Will W. Martin/MACO Sales Financial Corp, Chicago, IL with c/r N6165U. FAA shows 44-85634, obvious typographical error since that s/n belongs to a B-17G-100-VE, or else it was reported to the FAA as this s/n. (MustangsMustangs says it was probably an adopted s/n).
12/14/64: COA issued.
1966: Thomas J. Kuchinsky, Menomonee Falls, WI.
1968: Raced at Reno as #18.
1970: Aviation Business Services, Inc.
1972: Air Sales Inc, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
1978: Max I. Ramsay, Johnson KS.
1979: Associated Enterprises Inc, Painesville, OH with c/r N51JV. Flew with camouflage paint as “485634/TV-J.”
1981: Flown with silver paint with blue bar and white stars around nose.
1983: Firebird Enterprises, OH.
1990: Ohio Associated Enterprises, Painesville, OH.
1991: Edward H. Shipley, Malvern, PA.
2/92: Re-registered as N51ES.
1992 to 7/93: Restored by John Muszala/Pacific Fighters, Chino, CA as “472218, WZ-I, Big Beautiful Doll.”
7/93: First post-restoration flight.
2/24/95: Laurie A. Shipley, Malvern, PA. 
7/7/03: Mike Henningsen, Atlantic, IA.
9/9/03: Henningsen Air LLC, Atlantic, IA.
5/12/14: Jeffrey P. Pino, Chandler, AZ
10/23/14: Gear up landing at Mesa, AZ. Repaired.
8/15: Re-registered as N551JP. 
2/5/16: Destroyed in crash six miles SW of Maricopa, AZ, Pino and passenger killed.

References:

1.  Frank McMeiken
2.  Jan Lantmeeters
3.  Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
4.  Glenn Chatfield
5.  Lawrence Bloodgood
6.  Francois Olivier