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41-2218 Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning MSN 222-5391/5436 2173 condemned Jun 30, 1943 2174 diverted to France Mar 9, 1943 2175 condemned Mar 31, 1943 2176 condemned Apr 6, 1943 2177 lost May 21, 1943. Condemned Oct 31, 1944 2178 (MSN 222-5396) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. Oct 15, 1945 Transferred to No.261 Base Unit, Abilene Army Air Field, Abilene, Texas, Second Air Force, Continental Air Forces. Transferred to No.4136 AAF Base Unit, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Air Material Command. Feb 2, 1950 Transferred to Oklahoma City Air Material Command Area, Tinker AFB. Sep 11, 1951 Returned to Tinker AFB; redesignated F-47D. Instructional airframe, Sao Jose dos Campos AB, January 14, 1960. Loaned to Structural Mechanical and Engineering Flight, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England Dec 5, 1951 for supply drop trials as replacement for 45-57784. To N75884, then to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion as XA-LOJ.

MACR 12410 2170 to reclamation at Hill Field Mar 20, 1946 2171 wrecked at Pinon, CO Oct 20, 1942 41-2173 ... Jul 5, 1945 Transferred to No.281 AAF Base Unit, Brownsville Municipal Airport, Brownsville, Texas, still as part of Second Air Force, Continental Air Forces. Sep 9, 1945 Returned to No.283 AAF Base Unit, Galveston Army Air Field. 49476 to Peru 49478 to Peru 49481 to Chile in 1947 as 759. 49484 (401st Air Force Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command) lost from unknown cause 100 mi S of Cape Mala, Panama while on z flight to Santiago, Chile Jul 18, 1946. 57740 (MSN 10110) was assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.

2164 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 15, 1945 2165 salvaged Feb 20, 1943 2166 wrecked at Salina, KS Nov 11, 1942 2167 condemned Jan 21, 1944 2168 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 5, 1943 2169 lost Jan 18, 1945. Flew into cliffs in cloud near Salalah, Aden Jul 31, 1944. Jul 2, 1945 Transferred to No.283 AAF Base Unit, Galveston Army Air Field, Galveston, Texas, Second Air Force, Continental Air Forces. Flying Heritage Collection, Bellevue, WA, August 26, 1998 Registered to Flying Heritage Inc, Bellevue, WA, March 9, 2001. Named "Tallahassee Lassie" 49408 to Peru 49409 (401st Air Force Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command) lost from unknown cause 100 mi S of Cape Mala, Panama while on a flight to Santiago, Chile Jul 18, 1946. 49461 to Peru 49465 to Peru 49469 to Peru 49471 to Chile in 1947 as 758. 49486 to Peru 49492 to Peru 49493 to Peru 49494 to Peru 49501 to Peru 49506 to Chile in 1953 as 770. 57737 (MSN 10107) converted to SC-82 57738 (MSN 10108) 57739 (MSN 10109) crashed at Pickens, South Carolina Nov 11, 1950.

Pilot killed 2162 (MSN 222-5380) w/o Jan 16, 1944 at Geary, OK 2163 (MSN 222-5381) w/o Jan 12, 1943 in Agartala area, India. Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946 93625 (MSN 13557) to RAF as Dakota III KG690. 49169 to Peru 49176 to Peru 49181 (MSN 399-55720) to Peru as FAP 539 then FAP 115. Vintage Aircraft International Ltd, Nyack, NY, 1969-1975. Assembled by CAF, Harlingen, TX, first flight 1972. To Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Chino, CA, Apr. Jun 14, 1945 Arrived at Majors Field; assigned to No.266 AAF Base Unit, Second Air Force, Continental Air Forces. Victor Haluska/Santa Monica Propeller Inc, Santa Monica, CA, July 1990-1992. Dick Wixom/Wixair Inc, Janesville, WI, May 1993-1998. 49424 to Peru 49426 to Peru 49427 to Peru 49428 (401st Air Force Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command) lost from unknown cause 100 mi S of Cape Mala, Panama while on z flight to Santiago, Chile Jul 18, 1946. Noted May 2006 on display at New England Air Museum painted as 45-20344. Stored in Buenos Aires-Eziza and broken up Aug 1967.

The aircraft continued flying and tried to reach its destination, but the second engine failed and the aircraft had to ditch off the Galician coast, five miles from Corrubedo (Coru). 3307 (100th BG, 351st BS, *Skipper*) crashed on takeoff Jan 24, 1944 Shelfanger, Norfolk, England. MACR 1462 3309 collided with 42-30239 near Harvard AAF, Nebraska. 42-30774 flew into wreckage caused by midair collision and crashlanded in field near Harvard, Nebraska. Transferred to AURI 93577 (MSN 13504) 93578 (MSN 13505) 93579 (MSN 13506) became VH-AJD, then VH-CAN (order may be reversed), then ZK-AMY. 57776 (MSN 10146) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5104B 1957-1969 57777 (MSN 10147) to Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Inc as N7856B. Now derelict at Athens airport 57781 (MSN 10151) crashed Damascus, Syria Jan 20, 1951. The C-82 preserved at Museu Aerospacial de FAB, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is a replica.

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