Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised March 31, 2018



43-3634	 B-25D
Taken on strength on Dec 17, 1943, the next day it was sent to the 3rd Air Force Staging Wing at Hunter Army Airfield, GA, for modifications for North African operations.  In January 1944, it was assigned to the Lend-Lease program for the RAF as KL148, but was not delivered, and instead on Jan 10th it was coded for delivery to the 340th Bomber Group in Corsica.  On Feb 5, 1944 the plane began its ferry flight to Corsica by way of Brazil, and Morocco, arriving at Alesan Field, Corsica on Apr 19th.  It was assigned to the 489th Bomb Squadron of the 340th BG, of the 57th Bomb Wing, and flew its first combat mission the day it arrived! After 7 more bombing missions in April and May, on May 12th the plane began its ferry flight back to the USA, arriving at Homestead, FL on May 26th.  From there it was delivered to Brooks Field, TX where it sat until October 1st when it was ferried to Great Falls Army Air Field, San Antonio, TX.  Two days later it was ferried to Sea Island, British Columbia, where it was taken on strength by the RAF as Mitchell II, KL148.  On Oct 18th it was assigned to 5 Operational Training Unit at Boundary Bay, BC, until Jan 21, 1945 when it was turned over to 22 Reserve Depot at Boundary Bay.  On Jun 12th it was sent to Trenton, Ontario for storage.  The next month the plane was taken on strength by the RCAF as KL148  and assigned to No.2 Air Command at RCAF Gimli, Manitoba for storage.  On Sep 20, 1945 it was moved to RCAF Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan for storage.  On Jun 4, 1946 the plane was assigned to 10 Reserve Depot for storage at Moose Jaw. The plane was then assigned to the Northwest Air Command at Edmonton, Alberta, on Jan 27, 1947, who assigned it on Mar 21st to 418 Auxiliary Squadron at Edmonton. On Apr 17, 1950 the plane was back in storage at Edmonton, assigned again to the 10th Reserve Depot.  The 10th Technical Service Unit at Edmonton acquired the plane on Jan 19, 1951, passing the plane to 25 Air Material Base, also at Edmonton, on Mar 27, 1953.  From there it went to TC Flying Instructor Squadron at Trenton, ON on June 24th.  In 1954 the plane suffered a landing accident which damaged the greenhouse nose, so a solid nose was installed.  On Sep 9, 1954 it was transferred to 10 Technical Instructor Unit at Winnipeg, Manitoba, and on Mar 14, 1956 the plane was back in storage, this time at Lincoln Park, Calgary.  On Sep 15, 1957 it was loaned to Bristol Aero Industries in Winnipeg until Mar 31, 1958 when it was passed to the 2nd Air Observer Squadron at Winnipeg.  July 10, 1958 found the plane assigned to 129 Ferry & Acceptance Squadron at Trenton, ON. It went back in storage on Jan 4, 1961 with Number 6 Reserve Depot at Dunnville, ON, and the following month it was withdrawn from use awaiting disposal.  The plane was dropped from the RCAF inventory on Jun 18, 1962, and sold to Lawrence Hicks Ltd of Saint Thomas, ON, with the registration of CF-NWV.  The plane was flown to St. Thomas on Aug 2, 1962 and was going to be converted for agricultural operations but was instead stored there. In June 1968 it was purchased by Aerodix/Richard McPherson of New Albany, OH, but he passed it the following month to Glenn Lamond of Detroit, who registered it as NX3774.  The plane was finally ferried to Detroit on Oct 24, 1969, where it spent the next six years undergoing restoration and making its first post-restoration flight on Aug 25, 1975.  In 1987 it was acquired by its current owner, the Yankee Air Force at Detroit’s Willow Run Airport.  From 2000 to 2003 the plane was completely restored with the greenhouse nose, flying for the first time in this configuration in July 2003.

43-4432	 B-25H
Taken on strength on Dec 28, 1943 and flown to the modification center at Fairfax Army Air Field, KS, for two months of work.  From early February through the end of March 1945 the plane traveled back and forth as an administrative aircraft between the modification center at Fairfax and several other bases, and then it was assigned to Lowry Army Air Field in Denver, CO.  From then on until it was retired, the plane was assigned to several bases in Washington and California, returning to Fairfax twice in late 1944.  On Nov 1, 1945 the plane was sent to Altus Army Air Field, OK, for storage, and in 1946 was turned over to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation at Altus.  The plane was sold to Joe Zappa/Delta Drilling Co. of Dallas, TX on Jun 25, 1947 and registered N90399.  It was then passed through three other owners before being purchased in February 1952 by Mechanical Productions, Inc, of Jackson, MI, who registered it as N10V.  In September 1952 the cannon nose was replaced by a standard B-25J 8-gun nose, and a couple months later low drag wingtips were installed. In October 1955 it was sold to Husky Oil Co. of Cody, WY, and several executive modifications were made, including the installation of an air stair and pointed tail cone.  After five more owners the plane was acquired by Tallmantz Aviation of Orange County, CA, in September 1968, and then sold to Filmways Inc of Hollywood, CA who used it in the 1970 movie, “Catch-22.”  In May 1971 it was sold to Sherman Cooper of Merced, CA, and one year later he donated the plane to the EAA Aviation Foundation of Oshkosh, WI.  From 1975 to 1985 the plane went through a complete restoration and a standard B-25J glass nose was installed.

44-29869		B-25J
Taken on strength on Nov 10, 1944, three days later it was assigned to the 560th Base Unit at Palm Springs Army Air Field, CA. It was redesignated as TB-25J and used for proficiency flying and crew training. On Jan 28, 1946 the plane was placed in storage with the 4168th BU at South Plains AAF, TX. Then on May 29, 1946 it was transferred to the 304th BU at Langley Field, VA, for administrative use by the base command.  While still at Langley and still used for that purpose, the plane was transferred to the 75th BU on Aug 21, 1946.  On Jun 11, 1947 it was again placed in storage, this time at Peyote with the 4141st BU.  On Dec 6, 1950 the plane was assigned to the charge of the 2753rd Air Storage Squadron at Peyote.  Finally coming out of storage on Nov 14, 1951, it was flown to Brookley AFB, AL for maintenance, and then on Feb 3, 1952 it was sent to Hughes Aircraft at Culver, CA, where over the next few months it was converted by Hughes Aircraft to TB-25K, with modifications to accept radar sets, electronics, and a nose cone for the E-1 fire control radar system as well as updated wiring and systems. On Sep 4, 1952 the plane was assigned to its last duty unit, the 3565th Training Wing at James Connally AFB, TX, where it was used to train radar and target intercept crewmen for Air Defense Command.  In December 1957 it was sent to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage, and then stricken from the USAF in April 1958.  In October 1958 it was purchased by a flying service in St. Paul, MN, and registered N3160G.  They operated the aircraft until 1963 and then it was withdrawn from use and stored unconverted at Anoka, MN.  In June 1970 Robert Kundel of Rice Lake, WI, purchased the plane and moved it to Rice Lake.  In December 1978 it was acquired by the Confederate Air Force at Minneapolis, and ferried to St. Paul-Fleming Field, MN, in 1979 and restoration was started. In May 1991 the plane was registered N27493 and made its first post-restoration flight at Fleming Field in 1993.  It is marked as a B-25J of the 310th Bomb Group, 380th Bomb Squadron during 1944-45 in the Mediterranean.

44-29939		B-25J
Taken on strength on Nov 29, 1944 and the next day it was placed in storage at Mobile, AL.  On April 2, 1945 the plane arrived at South Plains Army Air Field, TX, for storage.  On Jun 29, 1945 it was transferred to the 1100th Base Unit at Bolling Field, DC, for use in staff transport duties.  A month later, on Jul 20, the plane was transferred to the 302nd BU at Hunter Army Air Field, GA, and used for type rating training.  This lasted until Jan 22/1946 when the plane was assigned to the 482nd BU at Castle Field, CA, and then on Aug 31, 1946 it was transferred to the 33rd BU at March AFB, CA.  In November 1947 the plane was redesignated TB-25J and on Feb 20, 1950 it was transferred to the 3535th Bomber Training Wing at Mather AFB, CA.  On Aug 14, 1951 it went to the 3575th Primary Training Wing at Vance AFB, OK, until Dec 19th when it went back to the 3535th.  On Sep 25, 1952 the plane returned for duty with the 3575th unit Nov 16, 1952 when it transferred to the 3580th Pilot Training Wing at Foster AFB, TX.  From Jan 25 to Feb 15, 1954 the plane was converted to TB-25N by Hayes Aircraft in Birmingham, AL, before returning to the 3580th PTW.  The plane moved again on Jun 30, 1954 when it transferred to the 3545th Primary Training Wing at Goodfellow AFB, TX. From May 5 to Sep 16, 1957 the plane was back with Hayes for modifications before returning to the 3545th PTW.  In December 1958 the plane was retired to storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, and the next month it was stricken from the USAF and purchased by National Metals of Phoenix, AZ, who registered the plane as N9456Z.  
The rest of the information about its civilian life you already have.

44-30243		B-25J
Taken on strength ca.Dec 1944, by Jan 1945 it was with the 329th Base Unit at Columbia Army Air Base, SC.  By Feb 1946 it was with the 112th BU at Grenier Field, NH. Nothing else is found on the Internet as for unit assignments or duties until it was retired to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, in December 1957.  However, we can know it was used for various training duties because in April 1946 it was redesignated as TB-25J, and then in February 1953 it was apparently converted for transport duties because it was redesignated as CB-25J.  Then in October 1954 it was converted to TB-25N.  The plane was most likely struck from the Air Force ca. January or February 1958.  On Jun 16, 1958 it was acquired by the Maricopa Dust Spray company of Maricopa, AZ, and used as a sprayer, registered as N9622C.  Beginning in Jan 1959 the plane passed through six more owners until Oct 1966 when it was purchased by Richard McPherson of New Albany, OH.  In February 1967 he registered the plane as N17666, and it ended up in open storage at Elkhart, IN.  Earl Reinert, of Mundelein, IL, acquired the plane for his Victory Air Museum in 1971, where it remained until the late 1980s as it became derelict and heavily damaged. By 1990 after the museum closed, it was purchased by Jay Wisler/Warbird Parts Memorabilia of Tampa, FL. Then it moved in 1994 to Tom Reilly Aviation of Kissimmee, FL, and then to Daryl Greenameyer, of Ocala, FL.  The plane was restored for static display and in 2000 was donated to the USMC Air Museum at MCAS Quantico, VA.  It was painted blue and marked as a PBJ. In 2002 it was loaned for a while to the B-25 Preservation Group in Pampa, TX, and painted as a Doolittle raider.  It is now with the Pendleton Air Museum, Oregon National Guard, where it is displayed out front.

44-30324		B-25J
Taken on strength ca.Dec 1944, in January it was sent to Italy to join the 12th Air Force. There is no record of combat while there. In July 1945 it was sent back to the USA to join the 610th Base Unit as Eglin Field, FL. While there it was redesignated TB-25J and then moved through several training units (information I found did not specify).  In Sep 1954 it was converted to TB-25N, and in Dec 1957 it was finally retired to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  On Oct 8, 1958 the plane was purchased by Aircraft Rental Service of St. Paul, MN and registered N3161G.  They stored the plane unconverted until July 1965 when it was purchased by Milford O. Gillett of St. Paul. In Nov 1967 the plane passed to Robert J. McManus of St. Paul.  In Oct 1969 it was purchased by Lynn Florey and Donald Ericson, who restored the plane and named it “I See No Problem.”  Red Stevenson/Red S. Aircraft Sales of Leonard, OK, was the next owner, acquiring the plane in Jan 1978, and in Mar 1979 sold it to John P. Silberman of Tampa, FL. In 1981 the plane was acquired by warbird collector David C. Tallichet and his Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation of Anaheim, CA. His restoration brought about the new name of “Snow White II.”  From 1995 to 1996 the plane was loaned to Empire State Aerosciences Museum at Schnetedy County Airport, NY.  In 2001 it was loaned to the Military Aviation Preservation Society Museum, in Akron, OH.  The plane was withdrawn from service in 2002 and loaned to the Historical Aircraft Squadron at Lancaster, OH. On Nov 19, 2007 the ownership of the plane was transferred to Ken McBride of San Martin, CA.  In 2008 he ferried the plane to California for storage awaiting future restoration.  On Jun 11, 2011, the plane was towed to the Wings of History Air Museum at San Martin, on loan since that time.

44-30363		B-25J
Taken on strength on Jan 17, 1945, the plane was initially assigned to the Air Technical Service Center at Brookley Army Air Field, AL.  In April 1945 it was assigned to the 4138th AAF Base Unit at Laurel AAF, MS, for storage. It was moved in Feb 1946 to South Plains, TX, AAF with the 4168th BU for storage.  Aug 1947 found the plane in storage with the 4141st BU at Pyote AAF, TX. In Sep 1951 the plane was assigned to the 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron at Pyote. The following month it was sent to the Birmingham, AL, modification center and converted to TB-25J.  No notice of assignment could be found but it was obviously being used for training at some base, and in May 1953 it was upgraded by Hayes Aircraft to TB-25L.  The following month it was sent to Hughes Aircraft who converted it to a TB-25M radar trainer. By June 1954 the plane was assigned to the 3566th Basic Training Wing at James Connally AFB, TX.  In April 1955 it was reassigned to the Wright Air Development Center at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH and converted to ETB-25M.  Th plane was redesignated JTB-25M (J=temporary test modifications) in March 1956, and finally struck off strength on Sep 9, 1959.  It was then ferried to the Strategic Air Command Museum at Offutt AFB, NE.  By 1994 they had painted it in a bogus desert camouflage paint scheme with the name “Desert Doom” and a skull and crossbones painted on the nose. In 1997 the plane was trucked to the new museum facility in Ashland, NE, and painted as a Doolittle Raider. 

44-30444		B-25J
Taken on strength in Jan 1945, the plane was sent to Brookley Army Air Field in Mobile, AL on Jan 19th. The following day it was transferred to Laurell Army Air Field, MS.  On Feb 7, 1945 the plane was assigned for storage to the 4168th Base Unit, South Plains Army Air Field, TX, and on Aug 13, 1947 it was moved to the 4141st BU at Pyote Army Air Field, TX for storage. Ca.1950 the plane was taken on charge by the 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron at Pyote.  In Oct 1951 the plane was sent to Boeing for conversion work, and later returned as at TB-25L pilot training aircraft. In Aug 1953 it was sent to Hughes Aircraft for conversion to TB-25M radar training aircraft. While there, in July 1954, the plane was taken on strength by the Royal Canadian Air Force as a Mitchell IIIA1 (they didn’t change the s/n because it was to be later returned to the USAF), and the conversion was completed Aug 12. In May 1955 the USAF accepted the plane back for service, and in July sent the plane to Boeing Aircraft in Birmingham, AL. On Oct 4, 1955 the plane was assigned to the 3565th Observer Training Wing at James Connally AFB, TX. Early the next year it was assigned to the San Bernardino Air Materiel Command Area, and in April 1956 the plane was sent to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage.  On Jun 8, 1958 it was assigned to the 128th Consolidated Logistics and Maintenance Squadron, Wisconsin ANG, at General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee.  It remained with that unit until stricken from service on Mar 3, 1960.  At that time it was assigned to the Air Force Museum loan program and given to Mitchell Field for display, mounted on a pedestal at the airport entry.

44-30535		B-25J
Taken on strength on Jan 24, 1945, the plane was flown to Hunter Army Air Field, GA, on Jan 31st to prepare it for overseas flight.  The plane was assigned to the 57th Bomb Wing in Italy, and departed the USA on Feb 12, 1945.  After arrival the plane was assigned to the 310th Bomb Group in April 1945; due to late arrival the plane flew no missions.  In July 1945 the plane was assigned to Laurel AAF, MS for storage, moving to South Plains, TX for storage in April 1946.  In July 1948 it was again moved for storage, this time at Pyote AAF, TX.  The plane finally got back into service in April 1953 when it was assigned to Maxwell AFB, AL, for training and redesignated TB-25J.  In 1955 the plane was converted to TB-25N, and in August 1958 it was sent to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for retirement.  It was sold to National Metals of Phoenix, AZ, on Jan 15, 1960 and registered N9462Z.  In August 1960 ownership was transferred to Dothan Aviation Corporation, Dothan, AL; in April 1961 they fitted it with an agricultural spray tank and bars, and apparently the plane flew agricultural operations for the next several years.  In July 1975 it was purchased by Vicki Meller of Burbank, CA, and then in March 1976 went to Edward and Vicki George of Minster, OH.  March 1979 found the plane transferred to Kenneth R. Cunningham of Lawton, OK.  On Feb 1, 1984 he sold it to Tom Thomas/Ada Aircraft Museum, Inc, Oklahoma City, OK.  In 1988 the plane was withdrawn from use and was loaned to the Mid-American Air Museum, Liberal, KS, until they purchased the plane in January 1998.

44-30635		B-25J
Taken on strength Feb 27, 1945, it was first assigned to Moody Army Air Field, GA.  In April 1945 the plane was assigned to the 2109th Base Unit (Advanced Two-Engine Pilot School, Flying Training Command), Turner AAF, GA and redesignated TB-25J.  Three months later the plane transferred to 2143rd BU (Basic/Advanced Pilot School), Tuskegee AAF, AL.  In June 1946 it was assigned to the 3706th BU (Basic Training Center, Air Training Command), Sheppard AAF, TX.  August 1946 found the plane assigned to 3502nd BU (Technical School), Chanute AAF, IL, then two years later it was transferred to the 3345th Technical Training Wing at Chanute.  From December 1954 through January 1955 the plane was with Hayes Aircraft at the Birmingham Modification Center, AL, where it was converted to TB-25N before returning to the 3345th TTW.  In August 1958 the plane was struck of strength and put on display at Thunderbird Air Park at Chanute.  When the air base closed in 1993, the Chanute Air Museum was formed and the plane was transferred to there. The Chanute Museum closed on Oct 31, 2015 and this plane was transferred to the Southern Museum of Flight in Birmingham, AL, by 2016.

44-30733		B-25J
Taken on strength on Feb 16, 1945 and immediately assigned for storage at Garden City Army Air Field, KS.  In April 1946 it was transferred to the 4168th Army Air Force Base Unit at South Plains, TX.  Sometime during the next year it was redesignated TB-25J. In August 1947 the plane was assigned to the 4141st AAFBU at Pyote AFB, TX, and used as a bomber trainer.  In November the plane moved to the 3575th Pilot Training Wing, Vance AFB, OK, also to use as a bomber trainer. In March 1954 the plane was converted to TB-25N, and the next month was assigned to a training wing at Randolph AFB, TX, as a bomber trainer.  In August 1958 the plane was flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage until December 1959 when it was purchased by National Metals, Phoenix, AZ, and registered N9088Z.  National Metals then sold the plane the same month to Johnson Flying Service of Missoula, MT, who converted it as a fire-tanker and based it in Alaska.  In 1966 it was acquired by Edgar L. Thorsrud of Missoula and continued ini the fire service.  On Jun 27, 1969 the plane suffered a double engine failure departing Ft. Wainright, AK and made a forced landing on a sandbar in the Tanana River near Fairbanks; no injuries to the crew. During the following month the plane was stripped of its engines and left on the sandbar.  On Mar 7, 2013 the ownership of the plane changed to Mihalek Patrick of Brighton, MI, and in July that year the aircraft was recovered by helicopter and transported to Brighton, MI, for restoration by Warbirds of Glory Museum. The plan is to restore the aircraft to flying condition.

44-30734		B-25J
Taken on strength on Feb 16, 1945, the following week it was sent to Garden City Army Air Field, KS, for storage.  On April 8th the plane was moved to the 4168th Base Unit at South Plains AAF, TX, for storage, and then on Jul 3, 1947 it was moved to Pyote AAF, TX, to be stored by the 4141st BU.  In ca.1948 the plane was redesignated TB-25J and on Nov 24, 1948 it was sent to the 3575th Pilot Training Wing at Vance AFB, OK, to train pilots.  It moved to John Connally AFB, TX on Nov 18, 1952 to the 3565 Basic Training Wing for use in navigator and bombardier training. In March 1954 the plane was assigned to the 102nd Radar Calibration Flight of the New York Air National Guard at Westchester, and was used to test airborne radar systems and train personnel in their use for Air Defense Command fighters. In April 1955 it was converted to TB-25N and in about 1956 it was assigned to the 137th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron of the South Carolina ANG at Charleston AFB.  Its last active duty assignment began on Feb 15, 1957 when it was transferred to the 115th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron of the California ANG at Van Nuys.  In May 1958 it was flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, to be stored with the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch.  Stricken from the USAF in December 1959, it was quickly purchased by Donaire, Inc of Phoenix, AZ and registered N9079Z; it was converted for fire-fighting.  In March 1966 the plane was sold to Hubert H. Clements of Indiantown, FL, until January 1968 when it was registered to Clements & Howe Aviation in Indiantown, and used as a citrus crops sprayer.  In 1973 the plane was acquired by the SST Aviation Museum in Kissimmee, FL, until 1982 when it went to a group of men in Wichita Falls, TX.  March 1991 found the plane owned by Richard F. Korff of Lewston, NY, and then in May 1992 it was registered to Aero Classics Inc, of Lewiston. In February 1999 the plane went to Rag Wings and Radials in Delaware, and lastly to the Delaware Aviation Museum in Georgetown, DE after 2011.
USAAS/USAAC/USAAF/USAF Aircraft Serials 

44-30832		B-25J
Mar 2, 1945: Taken on strength with USAAF
Mar 4, 1945:  Assigned to the 2123rd Base Unit, Turner Field, GA, for storage. 
Nov 6, 1945:  Transferred to the 4208th BU, Mines Field, CA, for administrative duties.  
Jan 29, 1947:  Transferred to the 3704th BU at Kessler Field, MS
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF 
Oct 13, 1947:  Placed into storage with the 131st BU at Offutt AFB, NE.  
Redesignated TB-25J
Sep 27, 1948:  Assigned to the 2466th Air Force Reserve Training Center at Stout AFB, IN.  
Mar 17 to Sep 9, 1949: At McClellan AFB, CA, for maintenance.  
Sep 9, 1949:  Transferred to the 4406th Air Base Squadron at Marshall AFB, KS
Jan 1, 1950:  Assigned to the 56th Air Base Group at Selfridge AFB, MI and used for utility duties.  
Sep 21, 1952:  Assigned to the 30th Air Division HQ at Selfridge
Dec 1, 1952 to Mar 3, 1953:  At Brookley AFB, AL for maintenance,
Mar 9, 1953:  Assigned to the 30th Air Division HQ, at Willow Run Field, MI,
May 3, 1954:  Returned to Selfridge with the 575th Air Division.  
Aug 21 to Dec 14, 1954:  Hayes Aircraft in Birmingham, AL, being converted to TB-25N
Dec 15, 1954:  Returned to Selfridge, assigned to the 1st Fighter Group for transport and administrative duties.  
Dec 1957:  Retired to storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
Apr 1958:  Struck off charge
Oct 1958:  Aviation Rental Service of St. Paul, MN, and registered N3155G.  
Jan 1959:  Max Biegert of Phoenix, AZ
Mar 1959:  Ontario Flight Service of Ontario, CA.   
Aircraft modified for aerial photographic survey operations.  
Dec 1962:  J.J. Rivituso of West Covina, CA
Nov 1966:  Joanne M. Mahr of San Clemente, CA.  
1972 to 1976: the plane was withdrawn from use and placed in open storage at Ramona, CA.  
1976:   Pinkerton Aviation of Ramona, CA 
Mar 1976:  Carl Scholl of Borrego Springs, CA.  
June 1980:  Donald C. Davis of Casper, WY.  
Aircraft restored to WWII military colors and the plane was named “Bronco Bustin’ Bomber.” 
1989: Jerry Tepper/Showplanes & Aircraft Company of Arvada, CO
Nov 1992:  Wally Fisk/Amjet Aircraft Corp. of Anoka County, MN.  
1998 to 2001:  Operated by the Polar Air Museum in Anoka County
Feb 2005:  Tim Savage/Historic Airplane Works, Inc/Warbird Digest Magazine, Roanoke, IN.  
2006: Tom Duffy/Claire Aviation of Millville, NJ, which moved to Philadelphia, PA in 2013.

44-30854		B-25J
Ca. Mar 1945: Taken on strength with USAAF
Ca. 1946:  Redesignated TB-25J, used for crew training.
Sep 18, 1947: Taken on strength with USAF.
Ca.1954:  Converted by Hayes Aircraft to TB-25N
To JB-25J (temporary modification for tests).  
Ca. 1959:  Assigned to March AFB, CA
By May 1960: Transferred to Turner AFB, GA.  
Last B-25 in the Air Force inventory, and its last flight was on May 21, 1960 from Turner AFB to Eglin AFB, FL, where a ceremony was held presenting the plane to the Valparaiso, FL, mayor on behalf of the Niceville-Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce.  Present was the Commander of SAC’s 822nd Air Division (from Turner), Commander of the Eglin AFB Air Proving Ground Center, and four original Doolittle Tokyo Raiders (who trained at Eglin AFB for the mission).  The plane was then placed on display at the Doolittle Memorial Park in Niceville, FL, still marked in its bare metal USAF scheme.  In 1974 the plane was donated back to the Air Force Armament Museum under the charge of the USAF Museum loan program.  It was then repainted and marked as Gen. Doolittle’s aircraft.


44-30988		B-25J		35857	PBJ-1		
Mar 20, 1945:  Delivered to the USAAF, transferred directly to the Navy
Mar 21, 1945:  Sent to NAS Elizabeth City, NC for conversion to PBJ-1.  
May 24, 1945:  Assigned to USMC Service Squadron 81 at Elizabeth City.  
Nov 15, 1945:  Transferred to NAS Johnstown, PA, for the rest of its short career, first serving with the Naval Special Weapons Division, then one month later transferring to the Naval Air Maintenance Unit.  
Jan 28, 1947:  Assigned to the Pool Service Squadron
Feb 28, 1948:  War Assets Administration for disposal
Mar 8, 1948:  Stricken off strength.
Jul 1, 1947:  St. Louis Flying Service, registered NR5865V.  
Converted it for corporate use, including installing a floor over the bomb bay, soundproofing, additional seats, windows and new engines as well as other alterations.  
Jan 1948:  Continental Airlines of Houston, TX; used it as a crew trainer.  
Apr 1950:  Oilfield Aviation Corp. of Houston
More modifications, including the installation of an airstair door.
Apr 1969:  Atlantic Aviation Corp. of Wilmington, DE
Four more owners
Jul 1963:  Air Services Inc. of Addison, TX
Added avionics and radar for use in testing for Texas Instruments Company.  
1966:  Aero Industries of Addison, TX
Jan 1971:  Robert A. Matthews of Jacksonville, NC. 
1972 to 1979:  withdrawn from use and sat in open storage at Ft. Lauderdale, FL, where it suffered some damage to its tail. 
1978: Tom Reilly of Orlando, FL,
1981:  Craig Tims of Conifer, CO.  
1981 to 1982: Restored to flying condition, marked as a B-25, at Kissimmee, FL.  
Dec 1985:  Confederate Air Force (later changed to Commemorative Air Force) of Harlingen, TX, (who later moved to Midland). 
1994 to May 2016 the plane underwent a complete tear-down restoration to PBJ-1, requiring a replacement wing and replacement of the waist window section (with airstair door) with one from B-25J 44-28765.  It is now painted as PBJ-1J 35243 with Marine Bombing Squadron 611 (VMB-611) in the Pacific Theater, which was lost on a mission on May 30, 1945.

44-31004		B-25J
Mar 22, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF and immediately sent to South Plains Army Air Field, TX, for storage.  
Aug 1947:  Pyote AAF, TX, for continued storage.  
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF
Nov 1948:  Assigned to Barksdale AFB, LA, as a TB-25J for crew training.  
Jun 1950:  Reese AFB, TX
Oct 1954:  Converted to TB-25N.  
Dec 1958:  Placed in open storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
Jul 1959:  National Metals Inc, of Phoenix, AZ, and registered N9463Z.
Jul 1960:  Dothan Aviation Corporation of Dothan, AL. They used the plane as a sprayer.
Feb 1974:  Donated to the Battleship Alabama Memorial Park in Mobile, AL.  It was transported there slung under a CH-54 helicopter.

44-31385		B-25J
Jun 11, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF, assigned to Yuma Army Air Field, AZ
Jun 14, 1945:  Assigned to the 3010th Base Unit at Williams Army Air Field, AZ. 
Oct 31, 1945:  Assigned to 3008th BU at Minther Army Air Field, CA.  
By Jan 1946:   Redesignated as a TB-25J
Jan 31, 1946:  Assigned to the 2622nd BU at Mather Army Air Field, CA, for use in training navigators.  
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
Aug 28, 1948:   3535th Basic Training Wing, Mather Field, CA
Oct 17 to Dec 14, 1957:  Aircraft in Birmingham, AL for conversion to TB-25N
Dec 15, 1957:  3535th Basic Training Wing, Mather Field, CA
Feb 21, 1958:   809th Air Base Group at McDill AFB, FL, used as both a pilot and navigator trainer. 
Oct 1958:  Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage
Feb 1959:  Stricken off charge.
May1959:  Ray Karrels of Ft. Washington, WI, and registered N3481G.  
Oct 1963:  Northwest Development Corp, Kohler, WI.
Nov 1965:  John C. Lowe, Riverside, IL
Jan 1966:  Jack Rhoades, Seymore, IL
1969:   While parked at Seymore, the plane was damaged in a storm and was then left that way until 1975 when it was returned to airworthy condition.  
Mar 1983:  Air Classics Inc of St. Charles, MO
By Oct 1985:  Tegistered to the Missouri Wing of the Commemorative Air Force at St. Charles.  
Sep 6, 1991:  Registered N345TH and based with the CAF at Midland, TX.  
Now based with the CAF’s American Airpower Heritage Museum in Dallas.

44-31508		B-25J
Jun 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF, assigned to West Chester Army Air Field, NY. 
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
Ca.1954:  Converted to TB-25K radar trainer.  
Aug 1958:  Olmsted AFB, PA
Jan 1960:  Stinson Field Aircraft/Nathanial A. Kalt, San Antonio, TX, registered N6578D.  
Jan 1960:  William P. Strube, Marietta, GA
Sep 1961:  Trans Calypso Inc, Miami, FL
Apr 1965:  Leon H. Patin, Miami, FL
Euramericair Inc/John (Jeff) Hawke
Sep 1967:  Airspeed International Inc, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Nov 1967:  Modified as a movie camera platform
Dec 1967:  Ferried to England where it was used as a camera ship in the filming of the movie, “Battle of Britain,” operating out of England and Spain.  
Jan 1969:  Returned to the USA and was soon acquired by Fairfield Aviation in Caldwell, NJ.  
Withdrawn from service and placed in open storage at Caldwell-Wright Field, NJ, until 1977 and declined into derelict condition. 
May 1974:  Atlas Aircraft, Caldwell, NJ.
Mar 1975:  Ten Plus One Inc.
April 1977:  Tom Reilly, Kissimmee, FL. Restoration work on the plane at Caldwell.  
Feb 3, 1979:  Ferried to Kissimmee for completing the restoration work.  
Feb 1979:   B-25th Bomber Group Inc of Ocala, FL.
By 1981:   Restored as “Chapter XI.” 
Aug 1994:  Dan Powell, Fair Oaks Ranch, Boerne, TX; plane name changed to “Lucky Lady.”  
By 1998:   Based at Franklin Municipal Airport, Franklin, VA and again withdrawn from use and allowed to degrade to derelict, with one engine missing.  
Jun 16, 1999:  Rio Grande Aviation, Fredericksburg, TX.
Feb 2014:  Peter Smith, Reevers Warbirds, Adelai, Australia
Shipped dismantled to Australia from Virginia.  Restoration work began and by 2017 it was restored as a B-25J operating with the Netherlands Air Force.

44-86725		B-25J
Jun 20, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF
Jun 21, 1945:  Flown the next day to Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Army Air Field, CA, for storage.  
Jul 22, 1945:   Moved to Smokey Hill AAF, KS for storage
Sep 9, 1945:   Transferred to Independence AAF, MO, for storage with the 4185th Base Unit.  
Aug 11, 1947:  Moved to South Plains AAF, TX, for storage with the 4168th BU.
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF
Jan 1, 1948:   Assigned to 4141st BU at Pyote AAF, TX for storage
Aug 1, 1951:  Assigned to the 2753rd Air Storage Squadron at Pyote, TX.  
Oct 17, 1951:   To Brookley AFB, AL for maintenance and converted to TB-25J for the RCAF, who was to have accepted it as s/n 5224 on Nov 28, 1951 but for some reason the transfer was delayed.  
Jan 25, 1952:  Taken on strength with RCAF as 5243, at Canadian Forces Base Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 
Oct 31, 1952:   Assigned to the 10th Training and Standards Unit, “MacDonald Brothers,” at CFB Saskatoon. The original glass nose was here changed to a solid nose. 
Dec 19, 1952:  Transferred to the 1st Advanced Flying Squadron of the Advanced Flying School at RCAF Station Saskatoon.
Apri 19, 1959:  Transferred to the 2nd Air Observer Squadron at CFB Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
May 4, 1959:   Central Experimental and Proving Establishment (CEPE), Uplands CFB Ottawa, Ontario. 
Sep 26, 1962:  Transferred to Dunnsville, Ontario, for storage; it was the last B-25 to fly for the RCAF.  
Oct 1963:  Declared surplus with the Crown Assets
Oct 1963:  Woods Body Shop/Columbus L. Woods, of Lewiston, NY, and registered N92899. 
Nov 1963:  Bellomy Aviation of Miami, FL.  Along with seven other aircraft, they refurbished it for sale to the Venezuelan Air Force, being converted back to full military configuration including a new glass nose, side gun packs and some armor plating.  
Dec 15, 1963:  Taken on strength by the Venezuelan Air Force as s/n 19A40, and assigned to Number 40 Squadron. 
Late 1960s:   Re-serialed as FAV-580.  
1972:  Withdrawn from use.  
Jun 4, 1973:   Taken on strength with the Bolivian Air Forces as s/n 541, and used for administrative and transport duties, and was the last B-25 to fly for them.  
1979:   Retired to the military section of La Paz as a gate guardian.  
July 1984:  Purchased by C. A. Bird. but not moved.  
May 1985:  Doan Helicopter Inc/Harry S. Doan, New Smyrna Beach, FL and rebuilt to ferry condition.
March 1987:   Harry Doan began the ferry flight to Florida; the first leg of the trip was to Manaus, Brazil over 975 miles mostly over the Amazon jungle. The second portion of the trip was 1129 miles to Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles and the final portion of the trip to Fort Pierce, Florida covered 1131 nautical miles.  However, due to loss of both engines while departing for Titusville, the plane landed in a pond and suffered substantial damage.  
1988: Recovery and restoration was begun.
 Oct 30, 1992:  Sold at an auction partially restored to Air Power Ltd, Hillsboro, OR, and registered N25NA. 
April 1993:  Stallion Aircraft Inc of Bensenville, IL, and operated by Jack Rogers/Air Classics Aviation Museum at DuPage Airport, West Chicago, IL.  
When Jack died in a plane crash on Jun 13, 1995, the plane was put up for sale.  It was purchased by Jim Morgan, who loaned it to Evergreen Air Museum of McMinnville, OR.  
May 6, 1997:  JDM Family Limited Partnership, Aumsville, OR; restored as “Super Rabbit” 
Mar 25, 2009:  Classic Wings Inc, Westlake Village, CA
Aug 22, 2011:  Wirraway Aviation, Los Angeles, CA
Ca. 2012:  To be restored to airworthy condition and delivered to Wirraway Air Museum, Beaudesert, Australia.
May 16, 2013:  Hisey Aviation Llc, Oklahoma City, OK. now based with Doc Hisey’s Private Collection/Oklahoma Museum of Flying, Wiley Post Airport, OK.

44-86758		B-25J
Jun 26, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF and immediately placed in storage at Independence Army Air Field, MO.
Sep 1945:   Moved to Pyote AAF, TX, for storage.
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF 
Jun 1951:   Sent to Hughes Aircraft for conversion to TB-25K radar trainer. 
Ca. Sep 1951:  Assigned to James Connally AFB, TX
Dec 1957:  Placed in storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
Apr 1958:  Arrow Sales Company, North Hollywood, CA, and registered N9643C.
Aug 1958:  H.H.Coffield/Rockdale Flying Service, Rockdale, TX
Feb 1976:  Vernon E. Thorpe (and) Walter A. Wootton/Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX.
Restoration began at Rockdale, TX.  
Feb 1978:  E. W. Broyles (and) Lou Hilton/Confederate Afthree Point Aviation, Belton, MO.
May 1980:  Trucked to Harlingen and ownership was taken over by the CAF.  
Jul 1981:  First post restoration flight.
Based at Commemorative Air Force-Devil Dog Squadron, Georgetown Municipal Airport, Georgetown, TX

44-86777		B-25J
Jul 2, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF, and assigned to Yuma Army Air Field, AZ.  
1946:   Redesignated as TB-25J and assigned to Mather Army Air Field, CA, for training.
Sep 18, 1947: Taken on strength with USAF.
Feb 1950:  Transferred to Ellington AFB, TX.
1954:   Sent to Hayes Aircraft Corporation in Birmingham, AL, and converted to TB-25N.  
1954:  Assigned to Goodfellow AFB, TX.
Dec 1958:  Flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage and disposal. 
Jan 1959:  Fike Plumbing, Phoenix, AZ and registered N9167Z.  
1969:  James Landon, Phoenix
1970:  Crosby Enterprises, Wauwatosa, WI.  With the plane still carrying its basic USAF scheme, Crosby added the name, “The Devil Made Me Do It” to the nose.  
1985: Unknown owner.
1987:  Tom Reilly Vintage Aircraft, Kissimmee, FL, where it was restored.  
Jun 1988:  Mid South Lumber Co, /Ed Stringfellow, Cropwell, AL
Nov 1992:  Executive Aviation of Cincinnati, OH
Mar 1993:  Registered N345BG
Apr 1997:  Lost, the Forties Aviation/Bud Firth, Baton Rouge, LA
Jan 24, 2000:  Blue Yonder Inc/David Wheaton, Tulsa, OK.
Ferried from Baton Rouge, LA to Chino for complete restoration as "Martha Jean,”
June 2000:  Ferried to Tulsa.  
Oct 28, 2010:  B25 Mitchell, Inc, Tulsa, OK
Mar 2011:  Liberty Aviation Museum of Shaker Heights, OH, 
Jan 2014:  Liberty Aviation Museum moved to Port Clinton, OH.

44-86785		B-25J
Jul 3, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF and immediately placed in storage at Independence Army Air Field, MO.
Aug 1947:   Moved to storage at Pyote AAF, TX
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
Jun 1951:  To Hughes Aircraft for conversion to TB-25K radar trainer.  
Dec 1951:   Returned to service at James Connally AFB, TX.
Oct 1957:   Flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage and disposal.
Jan 15, 1958:  Charlie Jensen/Tonopah Air Services, Tonopay, NV, who registered the plane as N5262V.  The plane was moved to Tonopah and stored in a hangar. 
Mar 1975:   Mid Pacific International, Eugene, OR, purchased the plane at auction and in 1976 had it ferried to Oakland, CA.  At Oakland the plane was prepared for a ferry flight to the Philippines but remained stored in Oakland instead. 
Oct 1980:   Gary Flanders, Oakland, CA
Apr 1983:   Wiley Sanders, Troy AL, where it became part of his private collection.  The plane flies now as “Georgie Mae.”
43-22565/22751	Douglas A-26C Invader
	22722 126thBW(Light) nosegear collapsed while landing in rain. Damaged beyond repair by recovery crew at Capodichino Arpt, 
		Naples, Italy, Nov 7 1952, no fatalities. 

44-64180/64459	North North American P-51H Mustang
	64455 with AZ ANG.
		 
70-16200/16518	Bell UH-1H Iroquois
	16516 N7514Y Dept of State stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Melbourne, FL, Jan 26 2018, as 41QSCI-18-720 lot 018. 
		Sold Jan 29 2018, for $7,990.

78-22960/23016	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	22988 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

79-23263/23354	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	23283 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 12 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23296 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

80-23416/23509	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	23458 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

81-23547/23626	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	23553 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23604 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23607 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23616 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 13 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

82-23660/23761	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	23669 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23694 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23724 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	23748 for sale to Federal Agencies, Dec 27 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

84-24017/24028	Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
	24025 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 13 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	24028 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 12 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

85-24387/24464	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	24395 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 12 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

85-24465/24482	Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
	24471 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 13 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	24472 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 12 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

86-24561/24578	Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
	24569 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 12 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.
	24576 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 13 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

87-24579/24656	Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
	24598 for sale to Federal Agencies, Feb 12 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

00-26873/26875	Sikorsky HH-60L Black Hawk
	26875 for sale to Federal Agencies, Jan 19 2018. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

04-27019	Sikorsky HH-60L Black Hawk
	27019 for sale to Federal Agencies, Nov 16 2017. Located at Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL.

10-20300	Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk
	20300 noted at Clay ARNG Center, Feb 17 2018.

10-20302	Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk
	20302 noted at Clay ARNG Center, Feb 17 2018.

10-20307/20308	Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk
	20307 noted at Clay ARNG Center, Feb 17 2018.
	20308 noted at Clay ARNG Center, Feb 17 2018.

13-20606	Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk (FY unconfirmed)
	20606 noted at Clay ARNG Center, Feb 17 2018.

14-08444/08461	Boeing CH-47F Chinook
	08456 (photo)

14-20661	Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk (FY unconfirmed)
	20661 noted at Clay ARNG Center, Feb 17 2018.

15-5207	Mil Mi-17/1E
	5207 noted at Opa Locka, FL, Feb 11 2018 & Savannah, GA, Feb 18 2018.

16-20894	Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk
	20894 KS ARNG (msn.704690 Jun 2016)

85-24465/24482	Sikorsky EH-60A Blackhawk
	24470 ‘70E’ USAACE, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL, Dec 7 2017 (TT 7626.3hrs). For sale by
		GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Mar 1 2018, as 91QSCI-18-166 lot 601.
	24480 ‘80L’ USAACE, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL, Jan 12 2018 (TT 9161.2hrs). For sale 
		by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Mar 1 2018, as 91QSCI-18-166 lot 602.

86-24561/24578	Sikorsky EH-60A Blackhawk
	24571 ‘71B’ USAACE, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL, Oct 30 2017 (TT 8814.1hrs). For sale 
		by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Mar 1 2018, as 91QSCI-18-166 lot 603.
	24576 ‘76N’ USAACE, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL, Nov 9 2017 (TT 9021.2hrs). For sale by 
		GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Mar 1 2018, as 91QSCI-18-166 lot 605.

87-24657/24674	Sikorsky EH-60A Blackhawk
	24658 ‘58E’ USAACE, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL, Oct 30 2017 (TT 9734.2hrs). For sale 
		by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Mar 1 2018, as 91QSCI-18-166 lot 604.

 40-1971 Stearman PT-18 MSN 75-528. To N46878 on December 31, 1967 and 
cancelled on March 6, 1998. Exported to Australia and to 
VH-SNM - registered in May 2015 to Bennett Aviation, 
Redhead, New South Wales. . 
43-560 L-4B Grasshopper MSN 9421. As N4982V to Air Resources Intl Inc, Santa 
Teresa, New Mexico on September 10, 1993 and still on 
display there at the War Eagles Musuem in December 2017. 
60-0005 B-52H-135-BW Stratofortress MSN 464370. Active in January 2018 with 5th Bomb Wing 
at Minot AFB and named “War Birds”. 
60-0347 KC-135R Stratotanker MSN 18122. Active in August 2015 with 121st Air Refuelling 
Wing Ohio ANG and still so in February 2018. 
61-2982 O-1E Bird Dog MSN 305M-0028. To PH-CMJ on March 21, 2016. 
62-3519 KC-135R Stratotanker MSN 18502. In October 2017 transfererd from 91st Air 
Refuelling Squadron at MacDill AFB, Florida to 22nd Air 
Refuelling Wing at McConnell AFB, Kansas. 
63-8805 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4097. Registered as VH-CPO to Air Precision, Coffs 
Harbour Jetty, New South Wales on September 10, 2015. 
64-13233 T-38A-55-NO Talon MSN N.5662. Converted to T-38C and active in October 2017 
with 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
64-13299 T-38A-55-NO Talon MSN N.5758. Converted to T-38C and active in October 2017 
with 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
64-13497 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4204. On October 1, 2009 to N3147M with Dyncorp 
International, Fort Worth, Texas. Registered as VH-OXI with 
Touchdown Helicopters, Albion Park, New South Wales on 
October 8, 2015. 
65-9947 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4991. Registered as VH-OXI with Touchdown 
Helicopters, Albion Park, New South Wales on October 8, 
2015. 
67-14794 A-37B Dragonfly MSN 43019. Registration N237EA with Executive Aircraft 
Services Inc, Scottsdale, Arizona cancelled on January 2, 
2018. 
67-17565 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 9763. To N486QD with Bell Helicopter Textron Inc, 
Fort Worth, Texas on February 7, 2013 and cancelled on 
October 30, 2013. Unveiled at a memorial outside the Rio 
Vista Recreation Center, Peoria, Arizona in November 2017. 
68-8159 T-38A-75-NO Talon MSN T.6164. Converted to T-38C and active in October 2017 
with 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
68-8173 T-38A-75-NO Talon MSN T.6178. Converted to T-38C and active in October 2017 
with 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
68-15523 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 10453. To N205AL on November 9, 2011 with BVDS 
Inc, Billings, Montana and cancelled on January 2, 2018. 
70-1581 T-38A-85-NO Talon MSN T.6271. Converted to T-38C and active in October 2017 
with 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. 
70-15186 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 40737. Registration N8102L with Utility Aviation Inc 
Fayetteville, Georgia was cancelled on March 10, 2017. The 
Helicopter was seen undergoing restoration with Memorial 
Museum of the Veterans of Arizona at Maricopa in December 
2017. 
79-0105 A-10C Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0369. In August 2017 active with 104th Fighter 
Squadron Maryland ANG. 
79-0155 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0419. Converted to A-10C and active in March 
2009 with 47th Fighter Squadron at Barksdale AFB, 
Louisiana. Current with 303rd Fighter Squadron and 
deployed to Kandahar Air Base, Afghanistan on January 19, 
2018 in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. 
79-0223 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0487. Converted to A-10C and deployed in July 
2017 with 74th Fighter Squadron under the command of the 
447th Air Expeditionary Group providing close air support 
in the liberation of Raqqa, Syria. 
79-23288 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70105. To civil register as N729XA with Brainerd 
Helicopters Inc, Leesburg, Florida on September 14, 2017. 
80-3564 F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon MSN 6H-73. As F-16AM to Royal Jordanian Air 
Force as 145 and written off on December 5, 2016. 
80-23430 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70188. To civil register as N685DN with Rogerson- 
Kratos, Pasadena, California on October 6, 2016. 
80-23444 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70202. To civil register as N942AA with Aircraft 
Investment Holdings, Enterprise, Alabama on December 
14, 2016. 
80-23459 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70217. To civil register as N763TW with Withrotor 
Aviation Incorporated, Lakeview, Oregon on February 8, 
2017. 
80-23489 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70247. To civil register as N781QB with Brown 
Helicopter Incorporated, Pensacola, Florida on August 8, 
2016. 
80-23495 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70253. To civil register as N941AA with Aircraft 
Investment Holdings, Enterprise, Alabama on December 
14, 2016. 
80-23501 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70259. To civil register as N940AA with Aircraft 
Investment Holdings, Enterprise, Alabama on December 
14, 2016. 
80-23506 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70264. To civil register as N781HB with Brown 
Helicopter Incorporated, Pensacola, Florida on August 8, 
2016. 
81-0884 F-16B Block 15S Fighting Falcon MSN 6E-25. As Royal Netherlands Air Foce F-16BM 
J-884 to Royal Jordanian Air Force in October 2017 as 236. 
82-0054 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-4971. Transferred to 16th Special Operations 
Squadron at Cannon AFB, New Mexico on December 2, 
2017. 
82-23663 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70356. To civil register as N679PK with Brown 
Helicopter Incorporated, Pensacola, Florida on March 21, 
2016. 
82-23683 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70506. To civil register as N683DN with Rogerson- 
Kratos, Pasadena, California on December 30, 2015. 
83-23873 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70698. To civil register as N70K with BHI Productions 
Llc, Leesburg, Florida on August 3, 2017. 
83-23879 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN is 70704 not 70698 as shown. 
87-0386 F-16D Block 30J MSN 5D-81. Active in September 2016 with 416th Flight 
Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, California. 
88-26107 HH-60G Pave Hawk MSN 70-1304. Active service with 129th RQS California 
ANG. 
88-26112 HH-60G Pave Hawk MSN 70-1310. Active service in February 2012 with 101st 
RQS New York ANG. 
89-1181 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5188. Active in October 2017 with 158th Airlift 
Squadron Georgia ANG. 
89-2179 F-16D Block 42G Fighting Falcon MSN 1D-54. Active in August 2016 with 310th Fighter 
Squadron at Luke AFB, Arizona. 
90-0247 F-15E-50-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1181/E149. Active in March 2015 with 391st Fighter 
Squadron/336th Fighter Wing at Mountain Home AFB. 
90-0249 F-15E-50-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1184/E151. Active in March 2015 with 391st Fighter 
Squadron/336th Fighter Wing at Mountain Home AFB. 
90-1797 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5250. Active in October 2017 with 158th Airlift 
Squadron Georgia ANG. 
91-0401 F-16C Block 52D MSN CC-99. Transferred in 2017 from 157th Fighter 
Squadron South Carolina ANG to 162nd Fighter Wing 
Arizona ANG with ANG Air Force Reserve Command Test Center. 
93-1561 C-130H-3 Hercules MSN 382-5365. On December 19, 2017 departed from 156th 
Airlift Squadron/145th Airlift Wing North Carolina ANG to 
158th Airlift Squadron/165th Airlift Wing Georgia ANG. 
93-1563 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5367. In April 2006 in service with 145th Airlift 
Wing North Carolina ANG and active in October 2017 with 
158th Airlift Squadron Georgia ANG. 
94-6707 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5399. Active in October 2017 with 158th Airlift 
Squadron Georgia ANG. 
95-0123 UC-35A Citation Ultra MSN 560-0387. Named “Old Ironsides” with 214 Avn at 
Wiesbaden, Germany in November 2017. 
97-0105 UC-35A Citation Ultra MSN 560-0472. Named “All American” with 214 Avn at 
Wiesbaden, Germany in November 2017. 
99-0102 UC-35A Citation Ultra MSN 560-0538. Named “Screaming Eagle” with 214 Avn at 
Wiesbaden, Germany in November 2017. 
04-08713 CH-47F Chinook MSN M.8713. Active in February 2018 with 164th AVN 
Washington Army National Guard. 
09-0635 MC-12W Liberty MSN FL-635. Active in October 2017 with 185th Special 
Operations Squadron Oklahoma ANG. 
09-0685 MC-12W Liberty MSN FL-685. Active in October 2017 with 185th Special 
Operations Squadron Oklahoma ANG. 
09-0686 MC-12W Liberty MSN FL-686. Active in October 2017 with 185th Special 
Operations Squadron Oklahoma ANG. 
11-00282 Beech MC-12S MSN FL-456. Active with 224 Military Intelligence Battalion 
in October 2016. 
11-00283 Beech MC-12S MSN FL-716. Registered to U. S. Department of the Army 
as N6461F on December 8, 2011 and assigned to Aberdeen 
Proving Grounds, Maryland. Active in October 2016 with 224 
Military Intelligence Battalion. 
11-00284 Beech MC-12S MSN FL-757. Registered to U. S. Department of the Army 
as N8107F on November 4, 2011 and assigned to Aberdeen 
Proving Grounds, Maryland. Active in October 2016 with 224 
Military Intelligence Battalion. 
13-08136 CH-47F Chinook MSN M8136. Assigned to B/2-501 Avn in September 2017. 
14-01009 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN NB009. Active in August 2017 at Gray Army Airfield, 
Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington. 
14-01010 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN NB010. Active in August 2017 at Gray Army Airfield, 
Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington. 
14-03045 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN NM045. Active in August 2017 at Gray Army Airfield, 
Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington. 
15-5831 C-130J-30 Hercules MSN 382-5831. Delivered on December 4, 2017 to 37th 
Airlift Squadron/86th Airlift Wing at Ramstein Air Base, 
Germany. 
15-03047 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN NM047 Active in August 2017 at Gray Army Airfield, 
Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington 
44-86797		B-25J
Jul 6, 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAAF and assigned to Yuma Army Air Field, AZ. 
Jan 1946:   Transferred to Mather Army Air Field, CA, and converted to TB-25J for training pilots.  
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
Sep 1957:  To Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for storage and disposal.
May 5, 1959:  George Race, Dallas, TX, who registered the plane as N3438G.  
Jun 1959:  William H. Wisner, Dallas, TX
Dec 1963:  Web Thomas Aircraft Sales, Addison, TX.
Apr 1965:  Robert Hobart, Gulfport, MS
Apr 1966:  Caribbean Enterprises International, Gulfport, MS
Jul 1966:  Carl Gibbons, Vernon Land Coy Neal, West Monroe, LA.
Aug 1966:  Caribbean Enterprises International, Gulfport, MS
May 1967:  Web Thomas Aircraft Sales, Addison, TX
May 1967:  Glenn H. Ransom, Brentwood, CA
Mar 1973:  Milton Welser, Stockton, CA
Jul 1978:  Richard L. Skadsheim, Modesto, CA
By 1981: Withdrawn from use and became derelict at Turlock, CA.
Aug 1983:  Aero Trader/Carl Scholl, Chino, CA
By 1985:  Wiley Sanders, Troy, AL; added to his collection as “Old Grey Mare.” 
Jun 2004:  Hans O. Lauridsen of Glendale, AZ, who added it to his Lauridsen Aviation Museum.

44-86843		B-25J
Jul 1945:  Taken on strength with USAAF.
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF.
1953:  Converted to TB-25N
Aug 1958:  Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, for disposal.
Aug 1959:  Ace Smelting Company, Tucson, AZ
Sprung Aviation, Tucson, AZ, who registered the plane as N3570.
Jul 1960:  Converted as a fire tanker.
Apr 1962:  Major Air Corp, Tucson, AZ.  Operated as tanker #05C
Donald Cochran, Montslair, CA
May 1968:  Tallmantz Aviation of Orange County, CA.  Tallmantz then registered the plane as N3507G. 
Sept 1968 to 1969:  Loaned to Filmways Inc of Hollywood, CA, and they operated the plane in Mexico for the filming of the movie “Catch-22.”  
Aug 1972:  The Air Force Museum acquired the plane for their loan program and placed it on loan to Grissom AFB, IN, for their museum.

45-8883		B-25J
August 1945: Rolled out of factory, not taken on strength.
Oct 1945:  Delivered new to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus, OK, Army Air Field, for sale.  
Sep 9, 1946:  A.B. Fitzgerald, Ft.Worth, TX, and registered N75755. 
Jun 1948:  Albert Trostel and Sons Co, Milwaukee, WI
Apr 1950:  Northern Pump Co, Minneapolis, MN.
Nov 1958:  Peter Volid, Chicago, IL
Feb 1964:  King Korn Stamp Co, Chicago, IL.
Feb 1964:  Dee Banister, Seymour, IN.
Jan 1965:  King Korn Stamp Co, Chicago, IL
Aug 16, 1965:  Crash landing due to a fire in flight, causing substantial damage to the plane.
Dec 1965:  American Learjet Corp, Tarkio, MD.  Began restoration.
Jul 1966:  Jack Adams Aircraft Sales, Walls, MS
Apr 1967:  Wilbert Vault Service/R. H. Wood, Laurel, MD
By 1973:  Withdrawn from use and placed in open storage at Wilmington, DE
Dec 1973:  Robert W. Trainer, Lancaster, PA
Feb 4, 1974:  To Flight Test Engineering Co, Newark, DE.  Not removed from storage.
May 1975:  Canadian Warplane Heritage, Sidney, BC.  Remained in storage.
Registered C-GCWA.
Jun 1, 1975:  Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Mount Hope, Hamilton, ON.  Ferried from Wilmington, DE to Hamilton, ON.
May 8, 1976:  First post-restoration flight.
Jun 14, 1976:  Registered C-GCWM.

45-8884 		B-25J
Aug or Sep 1945:  Completed as one of the last B-25s built, and was delivered new to Altus Army Air Field, OK, for disposal by Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
Dec 1946:  Taken on strength with USAAF and assigned it for storage at Pyote Army Air Field, TX.
Sep 18, 1947:  Taken on strength with USAF, converted to TB-25J, and transferred to Kelly AFB, TX, for training pilots.
1953:  Transferred to Bolling AFB, DC, for use as a transport.
1958:   Sent to Norton AFB, CA, for storage and disposal. 
Oct 1958:  Aviation Rental Services/Jack Lysdale, St. Paul, MN, and registered N3156G.
Oct 1967:  Johan Larsen, Minneapolis and loaned to the Minnesota Aircraft Museum at Flying Cloud Airport.
May 1978:   Jerry Janes, Vancouver, British Columbia.
1982:   Flown to Tahiti for use in the movie “Endless Sea.”
1982:  Canadian Warplane Heritage, Vancouver, British Columbia, and registered C-GCWJ. 
Aug 1985:  Courtesy Aircraft, Rockford, IL, and registered N5833B.
Aug 1985:  Randall Porter and David Brady, Cartersville, GA, who based it with their Air Aces Museum.
1993:  C&P Aviation/Christ & Patrick Harker, St. Paul, MN.  They had the plane fully restored, including with a new top turret.  It is based with them at the Anoka County Airport in St. Paul.

41-18875		Erco YO-55
Engineering & Research Corp Model 415-C. Acquired for evaluation for the military observation role.
Ercoupe 415C used for tests
(MSN 11)		Built 4Dec40. Registered 4Dec40 as NC28655, cancelled 9Mar42. Purchased by USAAC 4Jan41. Accepted into inventory 26Feb41. Material Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. On 12 August 1941, the first USAAF rocket-assist takeoff was made by a Wright Field test pilot. Subsequent refinements of this technique were made for assisting heavily loaded aircraft in taking off from limited space. The tests were conducted between 6 August and 23 August 1941, at March Field, California, using various combinations of rocket units mounted under the wings.

41-18889		Culver XPQ-8-CL Cadet
Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as the Model LAR-90 radio controlled target. Originally designated A-8, redesignated XPQ-8-CL.
Prototype, first flight Jul41.

41-19513/19587		Culver PQ-8-CL Cadet
Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as the Model LAR-90 radio controlled target. Survivors redesignated Q-8-CL in 1948.

41-19520 		7th Tow Target Squadron, 4th Pilot Transition Training Group, March Field, Riverside, CA. Destroyed when force landed with mechanical failure at Camp Irwin, CA 7Dec42.

41-19526		6th Tow Target Squadron, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Crashed after losing control five miles south of Las Cruces, NM 19Aug42. 

				19520 W/o 7 Dec 1942 at Camp Irwin, CA 
				19526 W/o 19 Aug 1942 at Las Cruces, NM 

41-19527		Flight Test Division, Patterson Field, OH. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure at Richmond, IN 2Aug42.

41-19535		8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged taxying at Greenville, IL 19Dec42.

41-19539		Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure at Range 52, Eglin Field, FL 22Sep42.
		
41-19540		Tow Target Detachment, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure and nosed over two miles NE of Biggs Field, TX 25Feb42.

41-19545		Air Corps Ferrying Command. Destroyed after engine failure following takeoff and nosed over 12 miles west of Roswell, NM 11Feb42.

41-19547		Tow Target Detachment, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Destroyed after losing control taking off at Biggs Emergency Field, 15 miles N of Biggs Field, TX 4Jun42. 

41-19549		Tow Target Detachment, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Destroyed after losing control taking off at Biggs Field, TX 10Apr42. 
		
41-19582		7th Tow Target Squadron, 4th Pilot Transition Training Group, March Field, Riverside, CA.  Destroyed when force landed after engine failure one mile south of Camp Haan, CA 2Dec42. 

41-19584		8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged taxying at Greenville, IL 19Dec42. 

41-25196		Erco XPQ-13
Engineering & Research Corp Model 415-C. Evaluated for use as an aerial target. 
MSN 110.  Restored in 1994 as N37143.
(MSN 110)		Registered NC37143. Purchased by USAAC 19Aug41. Accepted into inventory 8Dec41. Material Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH.
Registered as N37143, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged when the airplane collided with parked Piper PA-24 registration N5113P when the Ercoupe was started by the pilot with the cockpit unoccupied at Van Nuys, CA 22Aug55. Restored 1994. Resident at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field, Dallas, Texas.

41-38864/39046		Cancelled contracts
				38984 was XCG-1
41-38864/38983		Cancelled contracts

41-38984 		Frankfort XCG-1
Frankfort Sailplane Company. Proposed nine-seat transport glider. A static test XCG-1 was delivered to Wright Field in December 1941 for testing by the Army. The glider failed structural tests and the Army cancelled the contract.

41-38985/38983		Cancelled contracts

41-39047		Culver YPQ-14A-CL
Culver Aircraft Company Model NRD radio-controlled target. Larger development of PQ-8 radio-controlled target.

41-39048		Culver XPQ-10-CL
Culver Aircraft Company Model MR modified as radio-controlled target. Ordered 1941. Contract cancelled before prototype completed.

41-39049/39056		Fleetwings YPQ-12A-FL
Fleetwings Model 36 manned aerial-target. Test and evaluation aircraft. 

41-39057		Fleetwings XPQ-12-FL
Fleetwings Model 36 manned aerial-target. Prototype. Not built.

41-39058/39097		Fleetwings PQ-12A-FL
Fleetwings Model 36 manned aerial-target. Production variant, none were built. 

41-39098		Fleetwings XPQ-12A-FL
Fleetwings Model 36 manned aerial-target. Modified prototype. 

41-39099		Erco XPQ-13
Engineering & Research Corp Model 415-C. Evaluated for use as an aerial target. 
Ercoupe 415C used as target tug
(MSN 39)		Registered NC28944. Purchased by USAAC. Accepted into inventory Aug41. Material Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH.

42-38538/38662		Culver PQ-8-CL Cadet
Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as the Model LAR-90 radio controlled target. Survivors redesignated Q-8-CL in 1948.

42-38552		70th Ferrying Squadron, 20th Ferrying Group, Berry Field, Nashville, TN. Destroyed when force landed after becoming lost at Glenville, GA 30Apr43.

42-38588 		4th Tow Target Squadron, Hunter Field, Savannah, GA. Destroyed landing at Camp Stewart, GA 20Dec42.

42-38627		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged taking off at Memphis MAP, TN 24Mar43.

42-38631		142nd Base Unit, Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA. Destroyed after engine failure taking off at Camp Stewart, GA 8Jul44.

42-72349 (MSN 10454) Damaged in landing accident at Gander Mar 1, 1949.  By 1955 was N30056 
					"Mainliner Ohio River" of United Airlines.  By 1956 was N34537 of Trans World Airlines.
Registered 9Dec46 as NC34537 to Trans World Air Lines, later as N34537, Fleet #607, The Citadel. Cancelled 22Apr58 on export to Germany. Registered D-ABUL 26Apr58. Aerotour Deutsche Luftreederei GmbH. Repossessed by Braathens Dec58. Reregistered 2Jul59 as D-ABEF. Continentale Deutsche Luftreederei GmbH. Registration cancelled 13Jun62. Armée de l'Air / French Air Force as 10454; WFU and scrapped.
[N30056 was MSN 10544, 42-72439, qv]

42-72355 (MSN 10460) to US Navy as BuNo 50856.  
Accepted by USAAF 20Nov44. Transferred to US Navy 20Nov44.

42-75151	(MSN 3502)	HQ Squadron [MX-L], 1st Combat Bomb Wing, 8th Air Force, Bassingbourn, Station 121. Used as a bomb group formation monitor. Crashed 15May45 at Bassingbourn. The pilot came in upside down which was a usual trick with the intention of flipping over at the last minute; pilot killed.

42-96833/97032		Culver PQ-8A-CL Cadet
Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as the Model LAR-90 radio controlled target. Survivors redesignated Q-8A-CL in 1948.

42-96834		8th Ferrying Squadron, 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Fremont, NB 28Mar43.

42-96837		Engineering Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged when force landed after engine failure near Lebanon, OH 30Dec43.

42-96838		7th Tow Target Squadron, 4th Pilot Transition Training Group, March Field, Riverside, CA. Destroyed landing at Bicycle Lake, CA 17Jan44.

42-96866		16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged taxying at Topeka AAB, Topeka, KS 12Aug43.

42-96910		4th Tow Target Squadron, Hunter Field, Savannah, GA. Destroyed landing with mechanical failure at Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA 23Jan44.

42-96923		6th Tow Target Squadron, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Destroyed taking off at Biggs Field 30Jan44.

42-96929		601st Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Washington, MO 10Nov43.

42-96931		7th Tow Target Squadron, 4th Pilot Transition Training Group, March Field, Riverside, CA. Fatal accident after losing control at Bicycle Lake, CA 5Nov43.

42-96955		4th Tow Target Squadron, Hunter Field, Savannah, GA. Destroyed landing at Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA 21Jan44.

42-96981		62nd Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged taking off at Blacksburg, SC 31Dec43.

42-96990		601st Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Destroyed when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Nelson, MO 15Nov43.

43-28223/28235		Sikorsky YR-4B 
Sikorsky Model VS-316.

43-28230		Liaison Squadron, 1st Air Commando Group, 10th Air Force, Asanol, India. Force landed after engine failure at Asanol 28May44.

43-28234		Sikorsky Aircraft, Bridgeport, CT. Force landed with mechanical failure at Bridgeport 12Apr44. Delivered disassembled to Wright Field, OH and condemned May 18, 1944

43-28235		Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Mid-air collision seven miles SE of Wright Field 18Jun45.

43-28236/28239		Sikorsky XR-5
Sikorsky Model VS-327.

43-28236 		First flight 18Aug43. Damaged 12Oct43; with Sikorsky's nephew, Jimmy Viner, at the controls, the tail rotor failed at an altitude of 75 ft. Suffered an engine failure while flying to a war bond rally in Nebraska. The pilot crash-landed but the airframe was too damaged to repair and was scavenged for spare parts.
To reclamation at Bridgeport AAF, CT Jul 2, 1946

43-28237 	4020th Base Unit, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Fatal crash at Alachua Field, Gainesville, FL, on December 2, 1944, when welds in one of the steel collars holding the blades to the rotor mast failed. 
To reclamation at Orlando AAB, FL Dec 16, 1944
				
43-28238 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT847.  Requisitioned by USAAF despite UK protests.
USAAF. Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Destroyed 20 miles south of Barksdale Field, LA on November 4, 1944; the fabric covering one of the rotor blades tore loose and in the ensuing crash, the helicopter rolled over.
Condemned at Bridgeport AAF, CT Jun 12, 1945
				
43-28239 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT848l  Requisitioned by USAAF despite UK protests.  
					To Sikorsky Corp Oct 25, 1949
 
43-28240/28244		Sikorsky XR-6A
Sikorsky Model VS-316B.

43-28245/28246		Waco XCG-13
Waco Aircraft Company military transport glider

43-28245 to reclamation at Patterson AAF, OH June 5, 1946

43-28246 		Modified with a tricycle landing gear and an hydraulic system incorporated to open the top-hinged nose opening. Wrecked in windstorm at Wilmington, OH July 1944.

43-28247		Sikorsky YR-4B
Sikorsky Model VS-316.
Condemned inventory December 31, 1944.

43-30374	(MSN 11665; Frame No. 11491)  	SOC 30Mar44; Czechoslovak Air Force / ?eskoslovenské vojenské letectvo 20Jan58; registered D-EDID 15Apr58, cancelled 18Oct83; damaged at Eelde, Groningen, Holland 10Sep83; registration PH-MUN reserved 18Oct83, registered 7Sep84; aircraft stored at owner's home, Waterhuizen, Holland

43-30762		Culver PQ-8-CL Cadet
Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as the Model LAR-90 radio controlled target.

43-30763/31362		Noorduyn UC-64 Norseman
Noorduyn UC-64 to be built under license by Aeronca. Contract cancelled before any could be completed.

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

43-44218		610th Base Unit, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged by mechanical failure taking off at Eglin Field 5Oct44.

43-44224		62nd Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Destroyed when force landed with fuel exhaustion one mile west of San Augustine, TX.

43-44240		2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, DE. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure near Fitzgerald, GA 9May45.

43-44241		142nd Base Unit, Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA. Damaged by bad weather while parked at Camp Stewart, GA 19Oct44. 324th Base Unit, Chatham Field, Savannah, GA. Crash landed at Chatham Field 12May45.

43-44268		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged landing at Love Field, Dallas, TX 6Feb46. 

43-44284		141st Base Unit, Camp Davis Field, Hollyridge, NC. Fatal crash after taking off at Camp Davis, NC 31Jul44.

43-44295		142nd Base Unit, Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA. Damaged landing at Camp Stewart, GA 19Oct44.

43-44298		142nd Base Unit, Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA. Damaged landing at Camp Stewart, GA 19Jul44.

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

43-44420		4103rd Base Unit, Jackson AAB, MS. Damaged landing at Jackson AAB 13Sep45.

43-44436		4103rd Base Unit, Jackson AAB, MS. Damaged landing at Jackson AAB 24Sep45.

43-44439		Registered 1963 as N5281N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.

43-44469		4103rd Base Unit, Jackson AAB, MS. Crash landed on fire near Barksdale Field, LA 2Mar46.

43-44478		2920th Area Maintenance Group, Tinker AFB, OK. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Tinker AFB 24Nov48.

43-44491		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Mid-air collision 5 miles NW of Dallas 3Jan46.

43-44507	4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Crashed after fuel exhaustion two miles east of Wills Point, TX 22Jan46.

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

43-31363/31657		Fairchild PT-19A-AE
Fairchild PT-19A built under license by Aeronca. 

43-44714		Kellett XR-8-KE
Kellett Autogiro Corporation XR-8 prototype. Intended to demonstrate the feasibility of a three-bladed twin-rotor system. First flight took place on 7 August 1944. On 23 January 1946, the XR-8 was accepted for service trials with its original, non-rigid rotors in place. However, the program was cancelled almost immediately, and the prototype was eventually handed over to the National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.

43-44715/45314		Radioplane OQ-2A-RP
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target. 

43-45315		Cancelled contract
43-45316/45341		Nash-Kelvinator Sikorsky YR-6A
Sikorsky Model VS-316B built by Nash-Kelvinator Corporation

43-45342/45534		Nash-Kelvinator Sikorsky R-6A
Sikorsky Model VS-316B built by Nash-Kelvinator Corporation

43-46116/46499		Frankfort Radioplane OQ-2A-FR
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target. Built by the Frankfort Sailplane Company.

43-46499 		Donated 1970 to USAF Museum. Preserved and on display in the World War II Gallery at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. 

43-47953		Sikorsky YR-4B
Sikorsky Model VS-316.

43-47954		Sikorsky XR-5
Sikorsky Model VS-327.

MSN 37.  To civil registry as NC-92816.  To National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.  On display at Udvar-Hazy Facility of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
USAAF. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 30Sep44. Donated 1946 to the National Air Museum (later the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum). Currently stored.

43-47955		Sikorsky XR-6
Sikorsky Model VS-316B.
First flight 15Oct43. In March 1944 the XR-6 set new helicopter distance, endurance and altitude records when it made a non-stop flight of 623km from Washington, D.C, to Dayton, Ohio, in 4 hr 55 min, climbing to 1524m over the Allegheny Mountains en route.

44-21758/21907		Culver PQ-14B
Modified version of Culver LFA Cadet used as target drone. Redesignaed Redesignated Q-14B in 1947.

44-21764		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Accident landing at Love Field 8Nov44.

44-21782		207th Base Unit, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Fatal crash 23 miles east of Biggs Field 22Nov44.

44-21807		207th Base Unit, Deming Field, NM. Accident landing at Deming Field 10Apr45.

44-21808		Combat Crew Training Squadron, 207th Base Unit, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Biggs Field 22Dec44.

44-21816		207th Base Unit, Deming Field, NM. Damaged in collision with Beech C-45F 44-47402 on the ground at Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 3Jan45.

44-21819 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona
(MSN N763)	Delivered to USAAF 2Dec44. 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged taxying at Wichita MAP, KS 2Dec44. 207th Base Unit, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Declared excess Aug45. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 26Aug45. Registered 25May71 as N1063M to the Tucson Air Museum Foundation of Pima County; cancelled 25Jul72. USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the Pima County Air Museum, later the Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona. Preserved and on display.
				
44-21841 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.

44-21854		314th Composite Squadron, 5th Air Force, Kisarazu AB, Japan. Damaged landing at Haneda AB, Tokyo, Japan 29Jul47.

44-21856		4136th Base Unit, Tinker AFB, OK. Damaged landing at Tinker AFB 2Aug48.

44-21866		4th Base Unit, France Field, Canal Zone, Panama. Damaged at France Field 9Mar48.

44-21871		4185th Base Unit, Independence Field, KS. Damaged landing at Independence Field 28Aug46.

44-21873		4th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, Caribbean Air Command, Rio Hato AB, Panama. Damaged taking off at Rio Hato AB 7Dec46.

44-21878		207th Base Unit, Deming Field, NM. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Jackson AAB, MS 19Jul45.

44-21882		4145th Base Unit, Wendover Field, UT. Damaged landing at Wendover Field 19Jun46.

44-21885		4145th Base Unit, Wendover Field, UT. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Wendover Field 6Feb47.

44-21890		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged taxying near Dallas, TX 7Jan46.

44-21891		4000th Base Unit, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH. Crash landed after engine failure one mile east of Carterburn, IN 23Jan48.

44-21896		HQ Squadron, Air Force Armament Center, Air Research and Development Command, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure 25 miles west of Mobile, AL 14Sep52.

44-21903		Air Technical Service Command, McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged while parked in collision by Cessna Bobcat NC53175 of the Standard Oil Company taxying at Oakland MAP, CA 18Sep45.

44-21908		Kellett XR-8A-KE
Kellett Autogiro Corporation XR-8A second prototype. Intended to demonstrate the feasibility of a two-bladed twin-rotor system. A two-bladed twin-rotor system was trialled on the second prototype, beginning in March 1945. This proved immediately unworkable, with severe vibration that was prohibitively difficult to resolve.

44-22509		Culver YPQ-14A-CL
Modified version of Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone.  Redesignated Q-14B in 1947

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

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

44-22517		72nd Ferrying Squadron, 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure one mile south of Marietta, OK 1Apr44.

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

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

44-22527		Culver Aircraft Company, Wichita, KS. Damaged when crash landed after engine failure taking off at Beechcraft Field, Wichita 26Apr44.

44-22530		16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Destroyed when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Heflin, AL 6May44.

44-22532		16th Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion five miles east of Tenaha, TX 8May44.

44-22537		72nd Ferrying Squadron, 21st Ferrying Group, Palm Springs Field, CA. Damaged when landing with mechanical failure at Barksdale Field, LA 21May44.

44-22538		420th Base Unit, March Field, Riverside, CA. Accident landing at Bicycle Lake, CA 25May44.

44-22549		Tow Target Detachment, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Crashed in bad weather at Biggs Field 25Aug44.

44-22552		601st Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when the engine failed taking off at Selman Field, Monroe, LA 13Apr44. 611th Base Unit, Proving Ground Command, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL. Crash landed at Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS 10May45.

44-22564		91st Ferrying Squadron, 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when force landed after engine failure at San Miguel, AZ 28Aug44.

44-22572		Culver Aircraft Company, Wichita, KS. Damaged when crash landed with mechanical failure two miles south of Wichita 11Apr45.

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

44-22588		142nd Base Unit, Camp Stewart Field, Hinesville, GA. Force landed after engine failure 15 miles SE of Kingston, NC 10Jan45.

44-22607		27th Tow Target Squadron, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Destroyed taking off at Biggs Field 14Aug46.

44-54708/56107		Frankfort Radioplane OQ-3-FR
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target. Built by the Frankfort Sailplane Company.

44-56108/59707		Radioplane OQ-3-RP
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target.

44-65660/66659		Frankfort Radioplane OQ-3-FR
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target. Built by the Frankfort Sailplane Company.

44-66660/67699		Radioplane OQ-3-RP
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target.

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

44-68259		81st Air Base Group, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Hawaii. Damaged taking off by mechanical failure at Dillingham AFB, Hawaii 14Sep48.

44-68266		51st Mission Support Group, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Hawaii. Crashed with mechanical failure two miles west of Haihina, Hawaii 7Aug48.

44-68290		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Love Field 6Feb45.

44-68297		4030th Base Unit, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Accident landing at  Wright-Patterson AFB 30Mar48.

44-68319		HQ Squadron, 51st Air Base Group, Naha AFB, Okinawa. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Naha AFB 11Apr50.

44-68323		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged when crashed taking off in bad weather at Will Rogers Field, OK 15Mar45.

44-68325		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Destroyed when force landed after engine failure 15 miles SSE of Gainesville, TX 6Feb46.

44-68328		4145th Base Unit, Wendover Field, UT. Accident taking off with mechanical failure at Holloman AFB, Alamogordo, NM 16Feb48.

44-68332		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged  landing at Wichita MAP, KS 13Mar45.

44-68334
USAF Museum 1956. Registered as N10146, reregistered. 
Reregistered Dec86 as N999ML. Registration cancelled Apr 30, 2015. Preserved and on displayed at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI.

44-68347		565th Service Group, Wheeler Field, Honolulu, Hawaii. Destroyed taking off with mechanical failure at Wheeler Field 8Apr48.

44-68349		145th Base Unit, Alamogordo Field, NM. Damaged striking the ground in flight three miles east of Alamogordo 16May47.

44-68350		1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Damaged on the ground at Biggs AFB 29Jun50.

44-68353		81st Air Base Group, Wheeler AFB, Honolulu, Hawaii. Damaged taxying at Wheeler AFB, Hawaii 13Oct48.

44-68364		2020th Base Unit, Tinker AFB, OK. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Tinker AFB 22Sep48.

44-68365		1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Biggs AFB 23May50.

44-68373		51st Mission Support Group, Naha AFB, Okinawa. Damaged landing at Naha AFB 24Nov48.

44-68377 		4020th Base Unit, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Destroyed landing after engine failure at Bushville Airport, IN 23Jan48.

44-68380		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged when force landed after engine failure 50 miles east of Love Field 14Feb46.

44-68391		7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT. Damaged by mechanical failure at Greenwood Field, MS 2May45.

44-68397		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion four miles north of Yahoo City, MS 5May45.

44-68413		4185th Base Unit, Independence Field, KS. Destroyed landing after engine failure near Independence Field 29Oct46.

44-68421		Air Force Flight Test Center, Air Research and Development Command, Edwards AFB, CA. Damaged by mechanical failure at Edwards AFB 11Feb53.

44-68422		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged when crash landed at Love Field 24Feb46.

44-68429	(MSN N1026)	Registered 19Jul60 as N5375N; cancelled 1Sep70.

44-68434		Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Damaged taxying at Wright-Patterson AFB 28Oct49.

44-68439		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Crash landed after engine failure at Fort Smith MAP, AR 20May45.

44-68461		1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX. Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion at Biggs AFB 25May49.

44-68465		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Crash landed at Wichita MAP, KS 19Jun45.

44-68482 		4020th Base Unit, Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Damaged landing at Wright-Patterson AFB 13Jul48.

44-68499/68738		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Model LCA modified version of Culver LFA Cadet for use as radio-controlled target
To USN as TD2C-1

44-68739/69256		Culver PQ-14B-CL
Model LCA modified version of Culver LFA Cadet for use as radio-controlled target.  Redesignated Q-14B in 1947.
68789/69256 were cancelled

44-68741		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Crash landed at Love Field 20Aug45.

44-68749		4145th Base Unit, Wendover Field, UT. Crash landed at Wendover Field 19Jun46.

44-68753		4103rd Base Unit, Jackson AAB, MS. Crash landed at Jackson AAB 8Feb46.

44-68754		4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Damaged after engine failure taking off at Beaumont MAP, TX 21Sep45. 138th Base Unit, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when landed with mechanical failure at Lake Charles Field 12Oct45. 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN. Destroyed when crash landed after structural failure two miles NW of Little Elm, TX 5Jul46.

44-68765		4145th Base Unit, Wendover Field, UT. Destroyed when crash landed after engine failure four miles NW of Alamogordo Field, NM 28Jul47.

44-68770		5601st Mission Support Group, Panama Air Defense Wing, Panama. Damaged when force landed after engine failure at Pecora airstrip, Panama 10Nov48.

44-68786 		Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Damaged landing at Wright-Patterson AFB 29Dec48. Damaged landing at Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL 31Mar49.

44-68787		5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX. Mid-air collision 10 miles SE of Ralston, OK 7Sep45.

44-68788		4103rd Base Unit, Jackson AAB, MS. Damaged landing at Hinds County Airport, MS 18Sep45.

44-69257/69654		Culver PQ-14A-CL
Model LCA modified version of Culver LFA Cadet for use as radio-controlled target.
To USN as TD2C-1

45-4533	(MSN 13273; Frame No. 13103) 	registered PH-UCT 6Feb47 to NV Nationale Luchtvaart School, Ypenburg, Den Haag; registration cancelled 14Mar58; registered D-ECAP 3Apr58, cancelled 29Sep70; destroyed at Flensburg, West Germany 15Aug70.

45-22796/24379		Radioplane OQ-14
Radioplane model RP-8A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target.

45-24380/25435		Frankfort Radioplane OQ-14
Radioplane model RP-8A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target. Built by the Frankfort Sailplane Company.

45-46725/49087		Radioplane OQ-3
Radioplane model RP-5A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target.

45-56375/57282		Radioplane OQ-14
Radioplane model RP-8A . Small radio-controlled model plane for use as an aerial target.

45-58708/58709		Convair Stinson XL-13
Stinson Aircraft Company observation and utility aircraft. Developed when Stinson was a subsidiary of Consolidated Vultee, mass production was undertaken by Convair.

45-58760/59119		Culver PQ-14A
Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as a radio controlled target.
Transferred to US Navy as 119979/120338

49-1911 (MSN 179) converted to VT-29A.  To MASDC as TB039 Sep 6, 1974.  To Dross Metals Inc Apr 7, 1977.
All Weather Section, Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Used to evaluate the aircraft for all-weather flying capabilities 29Aug51 to 12Mar52.

49-2115 used in FICON tests with RB-36F 49-2707.   Redesignated EF-84E in 1952.  Dropped from
					inventory Jan 1954, subsequently scrapped.
Flight Test Section, Flight Test Division, Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Damaged by bird strike at Wright-Patterson AFB 20Oct50. Modified as a ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Fitted with a retractable hook in the nose in front of the cockpit. The initial FICON trials were performed in 1952 with GRB-36F 49-2707. First hook-up took place on 9 January, with first retrieval into the bomb bay on 23 April, and first flight of the complete system from takeoff to landing on 14 May. Eglin AFB, FL 1953 where airborne launches and retrievals were subsequently performed.

49-2430			Republic YF-84F Thunderstreak 
Prototype RF-84F. A F-84E Thunderjet fuselage with swept-back wings and tail.

				Originally on F-84E contract as YF-96A   Later modified
					as YRF-84F parasite fighter in combination with GRB-36F.
					Now on display at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
First flight Jun50. Damaged landing at Edwards AFB, CA 14Jul50. Wright Air Development Center. Modified 1951 as a ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Fitted with a hook in the nose in front of the cockpit. First flight Mar53. Designated YRF-84F; briefly designated YF-96A; briefly designated GRF-84F. Eglin AFB, FL May53 where airborne launches and retrievals were subsequently performed. Fort Worth, TX. Flown to Edwards AFB, CA 2Oct53 for tests to support the evaluation of the parasite jettison mechanism. Fort Worth, TX. Final FICON flight 9Jun54. Air Materiel Command 12May54. Wright Air Development Center 1Jul54. Used for emergency landing barrier tests. Relegated to Class 32 status for the USAF Museum 27Sep54. Williams AFB, AZ 18Nov54 as a training aid. USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio. Renamed the National Museum of the USAF. Preserved and on display in the Research & Development Gallery.

50-735/737	Beech YT-34-BH Mentor
Beechcraft Model 45

50-735 on display at Castle Air Museum, CA
(MSN G-4)	Prototype T-34 Mentor, first flown May50. USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA. Preserved and on display.

50-736	(MSN G-5)	3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure at Goodfellow AFB 17Apr52.

50-737	(MSN G-6)	

50-738/740		Temco YT-35 Buckaroo
Temco Model TE-1B

50-738	(MSN 6006)	Evaluated at Randolph AFB, Universal City, TX Jul50. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, Connally AFB, Waco, TX 1950. 3585th Pilot Training Wing, San Marcos AFB, TX. Returned to Temco for overhaul. 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX Jul51. Returned to Temco for overhaul late 1951. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Force landed after engine failure five miles north of Goodfellow 21Feb52. Goodfellow 28Jul52. SOC. Registered N68775. Reregistered N33RS, cancelled 5Mar70.

50-739	(MSN 6007)	Evaluated at Randolph AFB, Universal City, TX Jul50. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, Connally AFB, Waco, TX 1950. 3585th Pilot Training Wing, San Marcos AFB, TX. Returned to Temco for overhaul. 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX Jul51. Returned to Temco for overhaul late 1951. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Goodfellow 28Jul52. SOC. Registered N68774. Reregistered N68782. Reregistered N1135T, reregistered 10Jul12. Reregistered 10Jul12 as N4PB, current [Mar18].

50-740	(MSN 6008)	Evaluated at Randolph AFB, Universal City, TX Jul50. 3565th Pilot Training Wing, Connally AFB, Waco, TX 1950. 3585th Pilot Training Wing, San Marcos AFB, TX. Returned to Temco for overhaul. 3545th Basic Pilot Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX Jul51. Returned to Temco for overhaul late 1951. 3545th Maintenance Squadron, 3545th Maintenance & Supply Group, Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, TX. SOC. Registered N68773, current [Mar18]. Substantially damaged when a laminated wood propeller blade separated in flight and the aircraft nosed over landing at Malibu, CA 15Jun68.

51-1847 to Royal Hellenic Air Force as 11847.  Returned to USAF.  Converted to RF-84K with downward slanted tailplanes. to Royal Hellenic Air Force as 11847.  Returned to USAF.   
					Was displayed on The Citadel parade grounds at Charleston, South Carolina from around 1957 to about 1990.  
					It was then replaced by F-4C Phantom II 64-0816 and moved to USAF USAF Museum, OH but was subsequently 
					scrapped there in the early 1990s  due to extensive corrosion due to it being outside for so long.
Modified 1954 as a ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Fitted with a retractable hook in the nose in front of the cockpit. Delivered to USAF 19Nov54. First flight Dec54. During a high speed test early 1955, the drooped stabilators developed a severe flutter, resulting in damage to the tail surfaces. Republic Aviation for repairs to rear fuselage. Bailed to Convair Aircraft Corporation, Fort Worth, TX. 3520th Combat Crew Training Wing, McConnell AFB, Wichita, KS. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Ground instructional airframe at Larson AFB, WA May57. Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Royal Hellenic Air Force. Returned to the USAF. Donated to Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Detachment, The Citadel University, Charleston, SC. Traded by USAF Museum 1996 in exchange with F-4C Phantom II 64-0816. Stored by USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 1996. Salvaged there in the early 1990s  due to extensive corrosion with being outside for so long..

51-1848 modified for FICON experiments and was used in Tom-Tom tests
					attached to wingtip of modified B-36.  To Türk Hava Kuvvetleri / Turkish Air Force May 1958
Modified as a ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Türk Hava Kuvvetleri / Turkish Air Force May 1958 as 51-1848.

51-1890 to Netherlands as P-21.  To Turkey Oct 17, 1963 as 11890.
Bailed to Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. RF-84K drooped stabilators installed to investigate problems of severe flutter with the ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Returned to standard RF-84F configuration. Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Koninklijke Luchtmacht / Royal Netherlands Air Force Feb58 as P-21; 306 Squadron. Returned to US government. Türk Hava Kuvvetleri / Turkish Air Force 17Oct63 as 51-1890; 184 Filo.

52-7254/7278 converted to RF-84K-17-RE for FICON
Republic RF-84F-20-RE Thunderflash modified as RF-84K-17-RE ‘parasite’ for the FICON (FIghter CONveyer) project. Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 1955. The 91st SRS referred to the aircraft as RBF-84F until Dec55 when the designation was formally changed to RF-84K.

52-7254	(MSN 210)		Bailed to Convair Aircraft Corporation, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX 1955. Used for the production flight test program with GRB-36D 49-2696. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 1955. San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. Donated to the Reserve Officers Training Corps Oct61. 

52-7255	(MSN 211)		4925th Test Group, Air Force Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, NM Jul55. Used to test delivery of nuclear weapons by the parasite aircraft. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Tinker AFB, OK 14Jul55. Salvaged at Farmingdale, Long Island, NY Feb57. 

52-7256	(MSN 212)		3243rd Test Group, 3200th Test Wing, Air Proving Ground Center, Eglin AFB, FL Jul55. Used for the Phase VII Operational Suitability Test of the FICON system. Operational Test Center, Eglin AFB, FL Oct55. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA Mar56. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Apr57. Reclaimed 6May57.

52-7257	(MSN 213)		Accepted by USAF 21Jul55. 3243rd Test Group, 3200th Test Wing, Air Proving Ground Center, Eglin AFB, FL Jul55. Used for the Phase VII Operational Suitability Test of the FICON system. Operational Test Center, Eglin AFB, FL Oct55. During a series of ground controlled approaches to Eglin AFB, the airplane had a total hydraulic system failure; the pilot was unable to stabilise the airplane for an emergency landing. Heading out south towards the Gulf of Mexico the pilot bailed out. The airplane  continued descending to the south then started to turn back towards Eglin AFB passing over Portland and crashed within the boundary of Eglin AFB 1.5 miles north of Portland, FL 10Nov55. Flown 25 hours and 10 minutes since acceptance by USAF.

52-7258	(MSN 214)		6515th Test Group, Air Force Flight Test Center, Air Research and Development Command, Edwards AFB, CA Nov55. Used for the Limited Phase IV Performance Evaluation of the FICON system with GRB-36D 46-2694. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Donated to the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Detachment 690, University of Oregon at Eugene, OR Sep57. 

52-7259 (MSN 215) to GRF-84F-30-RE, then converted to RF-84K-17-RE.  Converted for operation FICON from the 
				Convair GRB-36D bomber.  Ex-SAC, Ex-Michigan ANG.  Flown to Japan Jun 1957 assigned to 2723rd Air Base 
				Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AFB.  Assigned Aug-Sep 1957 to 67th TRW, Misawa AFB
				Returned Nov 1958 to 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AFB.
				Returned to USA Feb 1959.  Assigned 171st TRS, ANG, Detroit, MI.  SOC Feb62
				Was on static display with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 2006 was at USAF Museum,
				having been acquired from Yankee Air Force out of Willow Run and restored.
71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 1955. San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. SOC Feb62. 
Preserved and on display with Yankee Air Force, Willow Run, Ypsilanti, MI. USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH 2006. Preserved and on display in the Cold War Gallery at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

52-7260 converted to RF-84K-17-RE.  Now in storage with Yankee 
				Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  Was with French AF
(MSN 216)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 1955. 
San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. Donated to the Reserve Officers Training Corps Mar62. In storage with the Yankee Air Force, Willow Run, Ypsilanti, MI, poor condition. 

52-7261 noted Nov 1979 at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida
(MSN 217)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 1955. Ground instructional airframe at Larson AFB, WA May57. Donated to the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Detachment 155, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL May57. George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL. 

52-7262 with the Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
(MSN 218)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 1955. 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. Stored Jul62. Derelict with the Walter Soplata collection in Newbury, Ohio. 

52-7263	(MSN 219)		4925th Test Group, Air Force Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, NM Sep55. Used to test delivery of nuclear weapons by the parasite aircraft. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Crashed at Larson AFB, WA. 

52-7264 to civil regiatry as N4928C
(MSN 220)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Ground instructional airframe at Larson AFB, WA May57. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Registered 16Sep58 as N4928C, cancelled 5Jun70.

52-7265 (MSN 221) converted to RF-84K-17-RE.  To Norton AFB as gate guard, now With Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.
91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Damaged while attempting to hook on to the trapeze of a GRB-36D in turbulent conditions 13Jan56.
San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. Preserved and on display at Norton AFB, CA. Air Museum, Ontario, CA. Preserved and on display with Planes of Fame, Chino, CA. 

52-7266 (RF-84K) on display at Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
(MSN 222)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 12Apr57. Reclaimed 31May57. Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Detachment, Tennessee Aug57. Lowry AFB, CO c1989. Preserved and on display at the Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver CO.

52-7267	(MSN 223)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. 153rd Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, Mississippi Air National Guard, Key Field, Meridian, MS. 174th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, Iowa Air National Guard, Sioux Gateway Airport, Sioux City, IA. Salvaged at Sioux City Sep61. 

52-7268	(MSN 224)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Bailed to Convair Aircraft Corporation, Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX. Damaged landing at Carswell AFB 28Oct55. Reclaimed at Farmingdale, Long Island, NY Feb57.

52-7269	(MSN 225)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Salvaged at Larson AFB, WA Apr57.

52-7270	(MSN 226)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Salvaged at Hill AFB, UT Feb57.

52-7271	(MSN 227)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Apr57. Reclaimed 6May57.

52-7272	(MSN 228)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 12Apr57. Reclaimed 6May57.

52-7273	(MSN 229)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Crashed at Larson AFB, WA.

52-7274	(MSN 230)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. 3600th Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10Apr57. Reclaimed 6May57.

52-7275	(MSN 231)		Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Hill AFB, UT 11Oct55. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA 28Dec55. San Francisco, CA May57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Jun57. 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Pacific Air Force, Misawa AB, Japan Aug57. 2723rd Air Base Squadron, Air Materiel Command, Kisarazu AB, Japan Nov58. Returned to USA Feb59. Mobile Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. 171st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Michigan Air National Guard, Detroit-Wayne Major Airport, MI Jul59 to 1961. Donated to the Reserve Officers Training Corps, Grosse Pointe Woods, Detroit, MI.

52-7276	(MSN 232)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Apr57. Departed 31May57 as a ground instructional airframe.

52-7277	(MSN 233)		71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10Apr57. Reclaimed 6May57.

52-7278	(MSN 234)		3243rd Test Group, 3200th Test Wing, Air Proving Ground Center, Eglin AFB, FL Jul55. Used for the Phase VII Operational Suitability Test of the FICON system. Operational Test Center, Eglin AFB, FL Dec55. 71st Strategic Reconnaissance (Fighter) Wing, Larson AFB, Moses Lake, WA Mar56. Crashed at Larson AFB, WA Mar57.

52-7285	(MSN 241)		Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Armée de l’Air Française as 52-7285; ER 1/33 "Belfort", coded "33-CR". ER 4/33 "Limassol". 

52-9942 (MSN 580-8088) 	delivered to Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as 2001.

52-9944 (MSN 580-8090) 	delivered to Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as 2002. Preserved and on display at Parque Museo Fuerzas Militares de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia as ‘FAC2008’.

52-9945 (MSN 580-8091) delivered to Fuerza Aérea Colombiana Jun54 as 2003. As FAE945 on display at Museo Aeronautico de la Feurza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.

52-9948 (MSN 580-8094) 	delivered to Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as 2004.

52-9949 (MSN 580-8095) 	delivered to Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as 2005.

52-9950 (MSN 580-8096) 	delivered to Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as 2006. Preserved and on display at Palanquero, Colombia as ‘FAC2010’.

53-4465/4474		Temco T-35A Buckaroo
Temco Model TE-1B
MSN 6015/6024.  For MDAP (Saudi Arabia)
				
53-4466		Registered N909B. With Swift Museum Foundation, Athens, TN.
(MSN 6016)	Royal Saudi Air Force as 34466. [a composite airframe]

53-4467	(MSN 6017)	Royal Saudi Air Force. Registered N58BK, current [Mar18].

53-4474 noted Apr 27, 2006 at Saqr Al-Jazeera Aviation Museum, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia painted as 34-470.
(MSN 6024)	Royal Saudi Air Force as 34474. Preserved and on display at the Saqr Al-Jazeera Aviation Museum, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia as 34470. [probably a composite airframe]

55-4945 (MSN 580-9905) 	delivered to Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Nov56. Preserved and on display at Museo Aeronáutico y del Espacio Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Mariscal Sucre AB, Quito, Ecuador.

57-525 (MSN 282-3501) to Ecuador AF as FAE 894
Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 894. Stored Latacunga, Colombia.

57-529 (MSN 282-3505) to AMARC as CF115 then to Ecuador AF as FAE 896
Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 896. Did not enter service. Stored within the grounds of the Museo Aeronáutico y del Espacio Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Mariscal Sucre AB, Quito, Ecuador.

58-0733 (MSN 282-3528) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Ecuador AF as FAE 896.
Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 895. Stored Quito, Colombia.

61-2645 (MSN 282-3683) to AMARC as CF0116 then to Ecuador AF as FAE 897.  As FAE 897 on display at Museo
					Aeronautico de la Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.
Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 897. Preserved and on display at Museo Aeronáutico y del Espacio Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Mariscal Sucre AB, Quito, Ecuador.

[The following Black Hawk data plates were physically checked:]
93-26480 		UH-60L (MSN 701984) 	manufactured SEP-1993
98-26817 		UH-60L (MSN 702473) 	manufactured AUG-1998
98-26828 		UH-60L (MSN 702497) 	manufactured AUG-1998
15-20791 		UH-60M (MSN 704676) 	manufactured MAY-2016
15-20792		UH-60M (MSN 704688) 	manufactured JUN-2016
16-20808			Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey
16-20808 		UH-60M (MSN 704702) 	manufactured AUG-2016
16-20810 		UH-60M (MSN 704703) 	manufactured JUL-2016
16-20814 		UH-60M (MSN 704714) 	manufactured SEP-2016
16-20819 		UH-60M (MSN 704723) 	manufactured NOV-2016
16-20822 		UH-60M (MSN 704730) 	manufactured NOV-2016





References

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