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2150 condemned Jul 8, 1944 2151 condemned Jul 8, 1944 2152 wrecked near Peterson Field, CO Mar 21, 1943. To CL-26 2378 salvaged Dec 15, 1942 2379 to reclamation at Colorado Springs, CO May 12, 1945 2380 condemned Jul 8, 1944 2381 surveyed Jul 27, 1942 41-11609 ... 11613 was HALPRO #10 'Florine Jo Jo/Blue Streak', later to 93rd BG. Condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944 11619 to RAF as Liberator III FK235. Transferred to Indian AF Sep 25, 1946 as MA968 93620 (MSN 13552) intended to RAF as KG685, but diverted to USSR Jun 1944. Marko Beloglavecs researches indicate that 13064 later formed part of the collection of Belgrades engineering college, and then went to the Aeronautical Museum, from where it was sold, presumably to Doug Arnold. Yankee Air Corps, Chino, CA, September 13, 1991-1992. Retired 1959 49379 to Chile in 1953 as 766 49385 (MSN 399-55924) Delivered to USAAF July 20, 1945. Delivered to Peruvian AF as 549 (later reserialed as 127). 57752 (MSN 10122) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled. 57753 (MSN 10123) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.

41-2156 Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning MSN 222-5339/5374. Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO. MACR 14573 2135 salvaged Oct 23, 1942 2136 condemned Oct 31, 1944 2137 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Hellapoppin Hepcat") MIA Jun 26, 1943 on mission to Rabaul, New Britain. MACR 16410 2138 (MSN 222-5356) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ondal, India, condemned Aug 6, 1942 2139 (8th PRS, "Pouting Peggy") salvaged Sep 26, 1944 2140 MIA Mar 16, 1943 2141 condemned Dec 6, 1942 2142 condemned Jun 2, 1944 2143 condemned Jul 2, 1944 2144 condemned Feb 8, 1944 2145 MIA Sep 29, 1944 2146 condemned Jul 8, 1944 2147 condemned Jun 30, 1943 2148 salvaged May 23, 1945 2149 wrecked in Wagonmound, NM Jul 6, 1942. 2154 surveyed Jan 5, 1945 2155 (MSN 222-5373) w/o Ju 23, 1943 at Woodruff, UT, condemned Jul 30, 1942 2156 loaned to RAAF (*Leaping Lizzie*) from 8/1943 until end of 1943. MACR 1148 2372 condemned Jul 2, 1944 2373 condemned Jul 18,1944 2374 salvaged Jan 31, 1943 2375 crashed and burned Feb 24, 1942 Karvel, CO 2376 to reclamation at Lowry Field Feb 13, 1946 2377 wrecked Sep 7, 1942 near Bellfontaine, OH due to weather. Dinghy came loose and jammed elevator control, crashed at Compton, England Feb 28, 1943. 13064 was flown that day by the Croatian Lt Col Ante Sardelic, and since Lt Col Sardelic originated from the Dalmatian region of Croatia and the local football club in Split was also known as the Outlaws, this may account for the name! Airplane Sales International, Santa Monica (later Beverly Hills), CA, 1988-1990. 49349 to Peru 49353 to Chile in 1947 as 754 49356 to Chile in 1953 as 767. Ed Jurist/Vintage Aircraft International Ltd., Nyack, NY, July 24, 1969-1974. 57751 (MSN 10121) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.

17877 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Mary Lou III") damaged Apr 25, 1943. 17890 (17th BG, 34th BS) down 20 mi W of Gabes Jan 14, 1943 17893 damaged Jan 16, 1943 in landing at Waller Field, British West Indies 17894 (17th BG, 37th BS) last seen turning back near Tamarel Jan 7, 1943 17895 (320th BG, 441st BS, Herbie the Third") in takeoff crash Feb 4, 1943. 17915 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) collided with another aircraft over England Mar 30, 1943. All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 17921 (17th BG, 432nd BS) shot up bu landed safely Sep 14, 1943. 17926 w/o Jun 1, 1943 in landing at Thomasville, GA 17922 (319th BG, 438th BS) crshed on takeoff at Sale, nosewheel collapsed May 12, 1943 17923 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944 17924 (17th BG, 96th BS, "Gremlin's Roost") hit by 88 mm AAA and crashed behind enemy lines at Milis, Sardinia, Italy Jul 3, 1943. MACR 99 17928 (17th BG, 432nd BS shot down by AAA 5 mi W of La Hencha, Tunisia Mar 1, 1943. 17942 (320th BG, 444th BS) in landing accident at Vandalia AF, Ohio Oct 31, 1942. 42-3283 Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-40-DL Fortress MSN 8165/8219 3229 (100th BG, *Pasadena Nina*) shot down by Obfw Adolf Glunz in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/5 at Kootwijkerbroek, Netherlands om mission to Munseter Oct 10, 1943. Assigned to 418th BS/100th BG at Podington May 31, 1943, to Thorpe Abbots Jun 9, 1943. MACR 2028 3258 (379th BG, 527th BS) shot down by AA at Bremen, Germany Oct 8, 1943. 3260 (100th BG, 349th BS, *Angel's Tit*) shot down by Fw Edgar Dorre in Bf 109G-4/R6 of JG 26/9 over North Sea 30 km N of Langeoog, Germany on mission to Bremen Jun 25, 1943. MACR 271 3261 (96th BG, 413th BS, "Short Strike IV") shot down by AAA near Hamburg, German Dec 13, 1943. Transferred to 351st BS, 100th BG at Thorpe Abbotts Jul 5, 1943, named *Nine Little Yanks and A Jerk*. MACR 2349 3286 (95th BG, 336th BS) crashed in Kiel Bay, Denmark Jun 13, 1943. Egon Mayer in FW-190A-6 of JG 2/Stab at Les Essarts-le-Roi, France Jul 14, 1943 on mission to Villacoublay, France. Egon Mayer in FW-190A-6 of JG 2/Stab at Saint-Germain-des-Angles, France Jul 14, 1943. MACR 1819 5171 (306th BG, 368th BS) lost Apr 17, 1943. Sold to Pakair as AP-ACF and then to Meteor Air Transport as N1549V. Reregistered as ET-AAT and w/o Nov 30, 1963 on a test flight. Butler Air delivered to Australia April 14, 1948 for the Australian National Airlines, registered as VH-IND, named 'Menana', next to Aviation Sales in Auckland, NZ as ZK-BYE. 93600 (MSN 13530) damaged in landing Oct 29, 1947 at Kindley Field, Bermuda 93601 (MSN 13531, C-117C) to TAC in 1963 93605 (MSN 13535) to NEIAF as DT-987, callsign VH-RCD. To Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala in Dec 1960 as TG-OOC-5, to Interior Airways Inc as N208M. 57796 (MSN 10166) crashed at Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany Aug 16, 1951.

17878 (17th BG, 432nd BS) down over target Feb 3, 1943 17881 (17th BG, 34th BS) crashed on landing in Brazil 17883 (17th BG, 37th BS, 12th AF) hit by German fighter and crashed in Mediterranean 6 mi N of Cape Bizerte, Tunisia with wing on fire Mar 22, 1943. 17896 w/o Jan 30, 1943 in landing at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL 17898 (17th BG, 95th BS) shot down NW of Kasserine Pass Mar 1, 1943 17900 (320th BG, then to 319th BG, then to 17th BG, 432nd BS) shot up but landed safely Sep 14, 1943. 17901 (17th BG, 95th BS) W/o Feb 25, 1945 17903 (17th BG, 37th BS, "Hell Cat") returned to USA for promotional duties Jul 15, 1943. 17909 damage May 15, 1944 in ground accident at Scott Field, IL 17911 (17th BG, 432nd BS) w/o after belly landing at Telergma, Algeria Feb 15, 1943 17912 (17th BG, 37th BS) MIA Feb 24, 1943 17914 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 110F-4 over Mediterranean Sea Mar 11, 1943 while attacking a convoy in Mediterranean. 17917 (17th BG, 432nd BS) shot down by AAA west of Gabes Jan 10, 1943 17918 to French AF in North Africa Feb 1944 17920 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA Jan 1, 1943, 5 mi E of Green Hill, Tunisia. MACR 15475 17930 w/o Apr 4, 1943 in fatal crash at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL 17937 (17th BG, 37th BS) crashed enroute Dec 1, 1942 at Accra, Gold Coast. 17943 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) crahed from unknown cause at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England Apr 26, 1943. (100th BG, 418th BS, "Stymie") one engine failed and turned back then hit by rocket fired from a fighter and crashlanded at Aalten, Netherlands on mission to Munster Oct 10, 1943. In landing accident Mar 6, 1944, salvaged Mar 7, 1944. 3273 (95th BG, "Impatient Virgin") damaged by enemy fire during mission to Munster Dec 23, 1943. 3282 (95th BG, 334th BS) shot down by Oblt Harry Koch in Fw 190A-6 of JG 1/6 at Hohenhausen, Germany Jul 28, 1943. MACR 15524 5172 (91st BG, 401th BS) lost Apr 17, 1943. Imported into Laos with the help of Air America, believed to be one of the two C-47s delivered to General Vang Pao's Xieng Khouang Air Transport as XW-PFX. On December 23, 1969 the left wing contacted a mountain and the aircraft crashed near Luang Prabang, Laos. By 1955 was PK-DPG of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV 93607 (MSN 13537) bailed from the USAF to Air America July 1966 as '607' (not B-607). Forced down in Alaskan bush near Beaver, Yukon Flats after engine failure Jan 16, 1965 with no injuries. 57794 (MSN 10164) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL Sep 1955 as N5121B, then Aviaparts Inc of Miami FL Feb 6, 1962. 57797 (MSN 10167) crashed Clinton, Louisiana Oct 17, 1948 57798 (MSN 10168) 57799 (MSN 10169) 57800 (MSN 10170) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5126B 1957-1969. Dore near Claremont-Ferrand, France Nov 13, 1951 due to navigational error. 57802 (MSN 10172) to civilian registry as N6241C, then to Royal International Corp as N2065A, to Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala as TG-OOC-2.

5210 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945 5211 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945. Condemned salvage no battle damage Feb 11, 1943 5259 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945 5260 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Yardbird II") shot down by Hptm Paul-August Stolte in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/6 and exploded over North Sea 6km NW of Langeoog, Germany Oct 2, 1943. to RFC Albuquerque Aug 9, 1945 5262 (303rd BG, 360th BS) lost Mar 6, 1943. Lay wingless at Leeds for some time after its wings were put on G-AMSH. Registration cancelled Mar 4, 1967 on sale to Lebanon, but was registered VR-ABF with Brothers Air Service of Aden, Yeman the same month, and no Lebanese identity known. Crashed into sea Mar 1, 1977 when on climb out from Aden, Yemen. 57811 (MSN 10181) 57812 (MSN 10182) to US civil registry as N7857B, then to Cruzeiro do Sul of Brazil as PP-CFF but ntu. To Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY Aug 12, 1992. 57815 (MSN 10185) to Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Inc as N7854B and then to private user at Miami, FL in 1958, then to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEH but ntu and used as spares source only.

Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946 5212 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945 5213 surveyed Truax AAF May 31, 1945 5214 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945 5215 wrecked at Gowen AAF, Idaho. MACR 15536 5263 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945 5264 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") returned to USA Apr 3, 1944. 57816 (MSN 10186) 57817 (MSN 10187) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5124B 1957-1969 57818 (MSN 10188) assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift. 57824 9MSN 10194) 57825 (MSN 10195) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5125B 1957-1969 57826 (MSN 10196) scrapped after retirement. To LEBCA International, Inc as N6233C, then to Venezuela as YV-C-LBA but ntu. to civilian registry with Bolivia as CP-614 (ntu), to Peru as OB-WAG-458, OB-RAB-458.

41-2099 Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning MSN 222-5316/5317. Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO 2098 (8th PRS) crashed in NE New Guinea Sep 14, 1942. Landed at Ankara, Turkey June 12, 1942 and interned 11610 to RAF as Liberator GR. The IARC has this plane as returning to USA Feb 26, 1944-Mar 2, 1944, and going to reclamation at Keesler AAF, MS Nov 20, 1944, and reclamation completed as RB-24D May 24, 1946 11614 was HALPRO #15, 'Ripper the 1st', later 376th BG, 515th BS, 'Ripper the 2nd'. Returned to USA Jul 19, 1944, to RFC at Hill Field, UT Oct 10, 1945, scrapped Apr 30, 1946 11617 was HALPRO #12 'Old King Solomon'. 11620 was HALPRO #16 'Edna Elizabeth B', to CL-26 San Bernardino ATS Sep 20, 1944 11621 to RAF as Liberator III FK231. 11622 was HALPRO #05 *Town Hall*, landed at Adapazari, Turkey June 12, 1942 and interned. 1986 Exchanged with RAF Museum for the former Spitfire LFXIVE gategaurd TE356 from RAF Leeming, Yorkshire. Displayed in park, Sao Paulo City as 4191/C3, 1968-1975. 57755 (MSN 10125) to civil registry with Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5109B 57756 (MSN 10126) to civilian registry as N75885, XA-LOK of Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, CP-694 (ntu). 57757 (MSN 10127) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled 57758 (MSN 10128) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.

Crashed near Ellicott, CO and was assigned to 10th PRS. 41-11626 Consolidated B-24D-CO Liberator MSN 105/122 11609 "Little Eva" was HALPRO aircraft #06. Lost with 93rd BG on Ploesti raid Rumania Aug 1, 1943. I have another reference (Al Blue) which has this plane as having been scrapped Nov 20, 1944. 11615 was HALPRO #20 'Mona the Lame Duck', condemned Jul 23, 1942 11616 was *Arkansas Traveler* HALPRO #14, later 376th BG. Crashed into sea during convoy escort duty Aug 12, 1942. 1985 recovered (together with fellow P-47 13021) from Belgrade by collector Doug Arnold and stored at Bitteswell, Leics with other aircraft forming his Warbirds of Great Britain Collection. Registered as N3152D to Charles F Nichols 11Oct91, current. 57754 (MSN 10124) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled. Scrapped at Long Beach airport, California in 1972.

11623 (MSN 119) W/o 17Jul 1942 at Geiger Field, WA. As acquired by the RAF Museum, the aircraft was described as an amalgam of parts but complete except for one small panel and indeed had the Yugoslav serial 13064 painted on the cowling and fin when inspected by the RAF Museum in February 1986. To Mexican civilian registry as XB-YOA, XA-LIK, then CP-678 with Aerovias Condor of Bolivia. 2123 (8th PRS, "Fainting Flozzie II") crashed near 12 Mile Drome, New Guinea Nov 28, 1942. Condemned Oct 31, 1944 2124 MIA Aug 25, 1942 2125 (8th PRS) crashed at Misiama Island Jul 27, 1942. Condemned Oct 31, 1944 2126 condemned Oct 31, 1944 2127 condemned Nov 1943 2128 wrecked in landing accident at Lowry Field Apr 4, 1942 2129 (MSN 222-5347) (9th PRS, 3rd PRG) lost Jul 17, 1943, Burma. 2196 (MSN 222-5414) w/o Aug 14, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 28, 1942 2197 lost to AAA Jul 8, 1944 2198 dove in at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942. 2199 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 7, 1946 2200 (MSN 222-5418) w/o May May 23, 1943 at Peterson AFB, CO. Peterson survived crash but later died of injuries. Salvaged Feb 8,1944 2210 surveyed Jun 21, 1948 2211 (MSN 222-5429) w/o Mar 22, 1943 at Hugo, CO 2212 crashed at Colorado Springs, CO Mar 6, 1944. Lot had several C-47s registered as SP-LCH over the years. Correspondence with Yugoslav P-47 Thunderbolt historian Marko Beloglavec in 2006 revealed further information concerning the possible Yugoslav identity of the RAFM airframe, which his researches, together with those of Serbian author Ognjan Petrovic, indicate is Yugoslav 13064/45-49295, not 13024 (which was 44-90438) as previously recorded. Damaged by forced landing near Flagstaff, AZ during ferry flight from Topeka to Chino, October 1990. Crashed in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro Jan 11, 1958 57746 (MSN 10116 converted to EC-82A with tracked landing gear in 1948. W/o Apr 16, 1943 at Peterson AAF, CO 2183 force landed and wrecked Colorado Springs Jan 7, 1943 2184 condemned Jul 8, 1944 2185 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Aug 3, 1945 2186 surveyed Sep 7, 1944 2187 condemned Nov 12, 1944 2188 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jul 15, 1945 2189 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 13, 1942 2190 salvaged Jul 3,1944 2191 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 16, 1942 2192 wrecked at St Matthews, KY Mar 3, 1942 2193 (MSN 222-5411) W/o May 3, 1943 at Shoemaker, NMsurveyed May 3, 1943 2194 (MSN 222-5412) w/o Jan 5, 1944 at Cox Field, TX, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs Jan 6, 1944 2195 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 21, 1942. 1973 At least three, and possibly up to seven, static Yugoslav P-47s survived by this date, the present RAFM example being stored with the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum at Belgrade, and at one time presumed to be the aircraft bearing the serial 13024. David Tallichet/Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Chino, CA, Apr. Loaned to Liberal Air Museum, Liberal, KS, 1986-1990. 49391 to Chile in 1947 as 755 49397 crashed Jun 18, 1945 on test flight while attempting an emergency landing 3 mi SE of New Harmony, IN. 57744 (MSN 10114) 57745 (MSN 10115) to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEH in 1958.8 killed 5216 to RFC Albuquerque Aug 2, 1945 5217 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost May 10, 1943. 5226 surveyed Rapid City AAF Sep 8, 1943 5227 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944 5228 (454th BG) lost Jul 20, 1944. To RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Sep 24, 1945. 57819 (MSN 10189) 57820 (MSN 10190) 57821 (MSN 10191) 57822 (MSN 10192) to Brazilian AF as 2208 in 1955. 57829 (MSN 10199) to US civil registry as N6235C, to LEBCA International, Inc Aug 1955 as N6235C. Seen derelict at Eldorado International Airport, Bogota, Colombia 1973-1997. 57831 (MSN 10201) crashed Kenia AP, Alaska Jul 21, 1950.MACR 15304 5218 (306BG 423BS "Sky Wolf") shot down by AA fire, crashed near Keil, Germany 13-Jun-43. 5219 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost May 17, 1943, L'Orient, France. 5224 surveyed Hill AAF, UT May 10, 1943 5225 (91st BG, 323rd BS) shot down Aug 17, 1943 by Lt Artur Beese in Fw 190A of JG 26/1 at Balen, Belgium. MACR 6971 Also listed as reclamation completed Tinker AAF Feb 13, 1946 5229 surveyed Leesburg AAF Jun 22, 1943. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946 5265 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945 5266 damaged in takeoff accident at Jacson AAB, MS Jan 25, 1945. Parted out and derelict at Touala IAP 93488 (MSN 13405) to Deccan Airways of India as VT-AUN. To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ABZ. 57830 (MSN 10200) to US civil registry as N6247C, to Cruzeiro do Sul of Brazil as PP-CEF. 57832 (MSN 10202) to civilian registry as N2054A, HP-219 (ntu), to Expreso Aero Peruano SA, Lima, Peru as OB-RAB-439, later OB-RAA-439, OB-WAF-439, OB-UAB-439, to TG-AVA Nov 1958 with Guatemalteca. 49-2588 Lockheed F-94A-5-LO MSN 780-7020/7110 Transfers to MASDC from redesignated EF-94. Currently on display at WBAFB Museum, Dayton Ohio 2499 crashlanded 3 mi N of Chillicothe, Ohio Sep 3, 1950 2500 bailed to Cornell University Aeronautical Laboratory for testing as EF-49A.

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