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We will work with you to ensure your operating systems have the flexibility, speed-to-market and cost-efficiency to support where you want to take your business into the future.We help your business meet the rapidly changing, impossible-to-predict market conditions of the future.Destroyed 66 (MSN 597) 27th MS, 20th ABG at Nichols Field, Philippines in accident when ground looped at Baguio Apr 17, 1941 67 (MSN 598) destroyed when engine failed and force landed at Parrite, Costa Rica Aug 15, 1939 68 (MSN 599) destroyed when crashed on landing at Lowry Field, Denver, CO Jul 7, 1940 69 (MSN 600) converted to B-10BM. With 4347th CCTW crashed after pitching over during climb out Nov 17, 1959 5 mi NE of Windsor, MS. 022 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 023 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 by which time it was already a ground instructional airframe. 5278 (MSN G-158) weather damaged Sep 29, 1954 near Rhein-Main, West Germany 5279 (MSN G-159) 5280 (MSN G-161) 5281 (MSN G-162) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15281, coded KK-E. The HU-16 on display was one of the last operational USAF Albatrosses. In June 1964 it was transferred to the 33rd Air Rescue Squadron at Naha AB, Okinawa, Japan. Crew bailed out safely 7174 (MSN 224) modified to Model G-341, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Area del Per in 1973 as FAP 519. To Wally Fisk/ Amjet Aircraft Corp, St Paul MN Apr 29, 1995. To Amjet Services Inc, Anoka County MN Apr 9, 2001. To N48318 Jet Fleet Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 1985. Owned by USAF Museum, on loan to Confederate AF, Harlingen TX, 1972. To Ascher Ward, Van Nuys CA & Gadsden AL registered Sep 4, 1996. Nichols/Yanks Air Museum, Chino CA registered Aug 30, 2006, current 7196 (MSN 260) MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517196 in 1970. 65-10646 Martin LGM-25C Titan II missiles 10640 (B-96) stored at Norton AFB, CA.

We understand the complexity and how to simplify it. W/o Feb 28, 1934 at Palmdale, CA 283 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure near Clark Field, Philippines Sep 7, 1933. W/o Feb 23, 1974 when landed in unprepared field after engine problems with fire after takeoff from Cali-Alfonso B. 49791 (MSN 15607/27052) w/o Dec 14, 1945 at Heraklion Field, Crete 49792 (MSN 15608/27053) damaged Jan 26, 1950 Itazuke AFB, Japan (taxi accident). Registration cancelled Jun 1, 1966 on sale as CF-RTY. Recent report that this plane is at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany 49848 (MSN 15664/27109) to RAF as Dakota IV KN240. Sale reportedly to Bird & Sons of Bird Air, Oakland, CA on July 10, 1975 at ,000. 592 (MSN 36045) w/o Oct 1960 when crashlanded on beach at Retalhuleu, Guatemala. 602 (MSN 36055) crashed Aug 20, 1970 5 mi NE of Homestead AFB, FL. Must have been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC Mar 30, 1970. To Pan American Airways as N88954 *Clipper Pacific Raider*, later N9065Q 618 (MSN 37071) destroyed by fire after taxying accident at Tezgaon Mar 22, 1946 619 (MSN 36072/DO466) to Pan American Airways as N88941. To Italian AF as MM51-7252, coded 15-12 7253 (MSN 344) initially deployed with 580th Air Resupply and Communications Service Group at Wheelus AB, Libya and Nouasseur AB in Morocco. Reassigned to 2585th Air Reserve Flying Center based at Miami IAP. Declared excess Jan 15, 1969 013 operated by 4925th Test Group, Kirtland AFB, NM during Operation Redwing atomic tests at Bikini Atoll May-July 1956. 7650 to West Germany as BD-104, EA-104, EA-304 7651 (MSN 670) to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37651, code KA-B. 7655 to West Germany as BD 240, later EA 240, later EA 340. W/o Dec 7, 1965 in midair collision with 53-7695 during landing approach to Leck 7668 to West Germany as BD 244, later EA 244. To fire dump at Ahlhorn 7691 to West Germany as EB 123, later EB 323 7692 to West Germany as EB 255, later EB 355 7693 to West Germany as BD 115, later EA 115, EA 315. 691 (MSN 20140) converted to C-123K, and later to NC-123K (AC-123K) under Project Black Spot for night interdiction missions. Returned to C-123K standards and delivered under MAP to Khmer AFG as 54-0691. The helipad was built for an UH-1 Huey but with care a CH-47A Chinook could land on the mountain top.Plane nosed over in deep mud and two crew in front cockpit suffocated. 287 w/o Sep 9, 1935 at Clark Field, Philippines 289 (25th Bomb Sq) ditched in Caribbean 15 mi E of France Field, Canal Zone Dec 9, 1935. 291 (40th School Sqn) forcelanded in bad weather at Randolph Field, TX Sep 22, 1932 293 (20th Bomb Sqn) in ground fire at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC Apr 22, 1931. 49794 (MSN 15610/27055) 49795 (MSN 15611/27056) 49796 (MSN 15612/27057) 49797 (MSN 15613/27058) 49798 (MSN 15614/27059) 49799 (MSN 15615/27060) w/o Dec 9, 1947 in crash 30 mi SE of Izmir, Turkey. Must have been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Aug 31, 1970. On September 27, 1965 Air America purchased and registered it as N12191. April 12, 1974 the company went bankrupt and again the aircraft was stored at Tainan and sold to Air Asia eventually on February 25, 1976. In 1980 moved to Museo dell'Aria Castello di San Pelagio, Italy and put on display outside. 52-7291 also quoted as EB-232 17010 to West Germany as EB-370 17011 to West Germany as EB-237, later EB-337. Noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens. To National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico 52-7308 ... 7316 to West Germany as EB-235 as replacement aircraft 7317 to West Germany as EB-120 52-7340 ... Became instructional airframe at Saafraanberg Dec 12, 1973. W/O May 12, 1961 at Vlessant, near Habay-la-Neuve, Belgium (Esk729) 7649 (MSN 668) to Royal Danish AF as 37649, code KA-K. W/o Jun 8, 1959 7658 to West Germany as BD 105, later EA 105, EA-305. Exchanged for Meteor NF11 with Musee de l'Air in 1989. 7661 to West Germany as EA 101, later EA 361, EB 324, EB 322. 7670 to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37670, code KA-C. W/o May 8, 1964 7695 to West Germany as EB 230, later EB 330. The MOGAS drums rolled into rocks and burst open causing fuel to flow downhill and catch fire which killed over 70 villagers and destroying the village. Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May 1968 Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jun 1968-Mar 1969 Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Nov 1970-Aug 1971 Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Nov 1971-May 1972 Crashed May 10, 1972 in Vietnam.73 (MSN 604, B-10BM) in accident May 31, 1942 at Pope AAF, NC. MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejrcito del Aire as AN.1B-11. To Hoosier Warbird Club Inc, Auburn IN Jul 13, 2000. WFU 5296 (MSN G-178) 5297 (MSN G-179) 5298 (MSN G-181) weather damaged Jan 1, 1954 Narsarsuak, Greenland 5299 (MSN G-182) 5300 (MSN G-183) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15300, coded KK-A. In April 1967 it returned to the United States and served with various units before being retired from the 301st Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Training Squadron at Homestead AFB, Florida in June 1971. Last reported at Aeroporto di Brindisi-Casale, condition not known. Current, preserved behind fire station next to military ramp. USAF Museum, loaned to Confederate Air Force, Harlingen TX 1972. Under restoration at Carson City NV Jun 2007, vista windows installed. 7194 (MSN 256) 7195 (MSN 258) arrived for storage at Davis Monthan AFB AZ Apr 23, 1968. 7199 (MSN 265) to Republic of China AF as 11032 7200 (MSN 267) first Albatross modified to SA-16B configuration, first flight Jan 16, 1956. Used for Titan II SLV 23G-1 10643 (B-99) stored at Norton AFB, CA.W/o in accident Oct 17, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, NC. WFU 5284 (MSN G-165) 5285 (MSN G-166) weather damaged May 27, 1953 near Lowry, Colorado 5286 (MSN G-167) damaged in takeoff accident Oct 28, 1952 Palm Beach Intl Airport, Florida 5287 (MSN G-168) crashed Jun 18, 1965. To John Gasho/ Western International Aviation, Tucson AZ 1994. N291TC noted at Tucson Jul00 with a pair of jet skis mounted on under-wing pylons. Barnstormer's Import & Lsg, Scottsdale AZ Jun 21, 1995. MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejrcito del Aire as AN.1B-13. 5301 (MSN G-184) 5302 (MSN G-185) damaged Nov 28, 1953 Atlantic 5303 (MSN G-186) To USAF Museum, displayed at Lackland AFB TX, 1968 to 1994. Greenamyer & Ascher Ward/ILOC Corp, Ocala FL Jul 21, 1994. It was one of the first aircraft placed at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB in 1983. The last radio contact was about 40 miles off Dong Hoi 7146 (MSN 196) 7147 (MSN 197) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejrcito del Aire as AN.1A-2. 7176 (MSN 226) to US Coast Guard as 7176, but official Coast Guard records never had 7176 on Coast Guard registry. 7179 (MSN 229) 7180 (MSN 231) 7181 (MSN 232) to US Navy as 151265 for administrative purpuses before transfer to Royal Thai Navy 7182 (MSN 234) MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejrcito del Aire in 1973 as AD.1B-10 7183 (MSN 235) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17183, code WH-H. USAF Museum, on loan to Chanute AFB, Rantoul Illinois 1979-1993. To civil registry as N712RV 7224 (MSN 304) 7225 (MSN 306) delivered straight into storage as MASDC. Used for Titan II SLV 23G-2 and 23G-7 10644 (B-100) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 27, 1971.With 49th Bomb Sqn forcelanded after engine faioure Messick, VA Apr 3, 1931 325 to B-5A. w/o Jun 25, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas 332 to B-5A. With 20th Bomb Sqn forcelanded in Black River near Langley Field, VA Oct 22, 1931. W/o Dec 20, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas 335 to B-5A. With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed at sea after engine failure 50 mi S of Oahu Feb 10, 1932. With ACTSD, crashed 3 mi W of Bismark, IL Nov 6, 1934. 33-153 Martin YB-10 MSN 508/521 140 converted to B-10M. To CL-26 at March AAF, CA May 1, 1943 141 to CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Nov 20, 1942 142 Converted to B-10M. Later to Transportes Aereos Nacional (Nacional) originally as PP-AOC (NTU), later PP-AKC. 620 (MSN 36073) to Pan American Airways as N88958 *Clipper Red Rover*, then *Clipper Derby*. Returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC as CC219 Aug 9, 1972. 623 (MSN 36076/DO470) to Pan American Airways as N88942 *Clipper Bostonian*. 7355 is gate guard at Fliegerhorst Schleswig, Germany 7356 to Germany as EB-251, later EB-351. Forward part of fuselage later used to rebuilt damaged 53-7581 7643 to West Germany as EB 366, later BD 237, EA 237. The aircraft, with a heavy internal load of steel fence stakes, lost rotor RPM during the take off from the LZ at Mo Duc.W/o Sep 23, 1936 at Maalaea Airport, HI 326 to B-5A. With 73rd Bomb Sqn crashed 18 mi NE of Boerne, TX Dec 12, 1934. With 64th School Sqn wrecked in takeoff accident at Kelly Field, TX Sep 4, 1936 338 to B-5A. With 23rd Bomb Sqn crashed and nosed over in night landing at Luke Field, Oahu Aug 23, 1935. To CL-26 at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 12, 1942, w/o Aug 14, 1942 143 converted to B-10M. Surveyed at Sacramento Air Depot, CA Oct 15, 1942 144 redesignated B-10. Wrecked at Slaughter, NB Jul 18, 1942 145 to CL-26 at Westover AAF, MA Dec 30, 1942 146 redesignated B-10. Dropped from records at Rockwell Field, CA Jul 1935 147 redsignated B-10, converted to B-10M. Surveyed at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 23, 1943 148 to CL-26 at Hyannis, MA Dec 7, 1942 149 to CL-26 at March AAF, CA Dec 30, 1942 150 redesignated B-10, converted to B-10M. To Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AKC. 621 (MSN 36074/DO468) delivered to USAAF Oct 3, 1945. Suffered minor damage from a mechanical failure Oct 11, 1950 while attached to 1263 ATS/1500A ATG 400 mi E of Haneda AB. 622 (MSN 37075/DO469) delivered to USAAF Nov 30, 1945. Leased to Transocean Airlines as N88942, w/o March 20 1953 when it lost control shortly after descending through 3500 feet in a drizzling rain while on approach to Oakland International Airport from Roswell, New Mexico enroute to the Pacific Island of Guam. The crew chief reported a fire in the aft transmission and during the emergency forced landing the rotor blades struck a stone or concrete arch.Damaged again Feb 15, 1942 in accident at Godman AAF, KY. Crash landed and w/o near Landhi, India Nov 4, 1944 12791 (MSN 14A-1090) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS950. At end of 1990 moved to Stichting Vleigsport at Gilze-Rijen to be rebuilt to flying condition. Believed to be at China Lane 017 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955. 7140 (MSN 190) 7141 (MSN 191) 7142 (MSN 192) 7143 (MSN 193) 7144 (MSN 194) preserved at the SST Aviation Museum, Kissimmee FL 1973 to 1981, on loan from the National Museum of the US Air Force. Painted for delivery to Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Area Colombiana as FAC 2521 but not delivered. 64-13388 Northrop F-5B-10-NO Freedom Fighter MSN N.8025, N.8016/8024, N.9001/9002. Crashed on landing at Salonica Jul 5, 1999 during touch and go. 13378 (MSN N.8016) to Greek AF as 13378 13379 (MSN N.8017) to Philippines AF as 13379 13380 (MSN N.8018) to Philippines AF as 13380 in 1976 13381/13382 (MSN N.8019, N.8020) to Taiwan 13383 (MSN N.8021) to Turkish AF as 64-13383 in 1965.53 (MSN 584) damaged when ground looped on takeoff at March Field, CA Aug 9, 1937 54 (MSN 585, RB-10BM) in landing accident Dec 19, 1941 at Mc Carran Field, ACGS Las Vegas, NV 55 (MSN 586) w/o in accident at Las Vegas AAF, NV May 20, 1942. To Turkish AF as 7372 Sep 18, 1957 12758 (MSN 14A-1057) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS917. W/o in landing accident at Landhi, India Nov 4, 1944 12798 (MSN 14A-1097) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS957. Scrapped 12799 (MSN 14A-1098) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS958, then to Swedish AF as 16073 1947-1969. Will be operated by Dutch AF Historic Flight as PH-IBY 12802 (MSN 14A-1101) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS961. Used at one stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties. To MASDC Dec 17, 1958 018 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955. To MASDC Jan 7, 1958 019 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Jan 1956. Transferred to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA, still on loan from the National Museum of the US Air Force. To Sea & Air Adventures LLC, Wilmington DE registered Jun 16, 2006, cancelled Aug 6, 2009. To Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Area de Chile Oct 1963 as 571. MAP to Thailand as 7235 under MDAP in 1968 as replacement for Bu No 151264. Upgraded to F-5B-2000 13384 (MSN N.8022) to Turkish AF as 64-13384 in 1965.34-115 Martin B-10B MSN 559/646 28 (MSN 559) converted to B-10BM. Student pilot ejected, instructor parachuted to safety, but crewman occupying the navigator's position did not eject and was killed. Cancelled Nov 27, 2012 7188 (MSN 246) transferred to USCG as UG-1G 7188. Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1972-Jun 1972 MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13163.SW/o Feb 9, 1937 at Miami, FL 30 (MSN 561, B-10M) in accident Aug 19, 1942 at Wilkes-Barre Apt, PA 31 (MSN 562) destroyed in force landing after engine failure at Paitilla Point, Panama Jul 11, 1938. 32 (MSN 563) crashed on landing at Langley Field, VA May 26, 1936 34 (MSN 565, B-10M) 24th BS crashed 10 mi S of Lake Salvador, LA Mar 8, 1941 when crew bailed out after running out of gas in bad weather 36 (MSN 567) damaged after force landing at Mitchel Field, NY Jun 18, 1936 due to engine failure. 014 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955. To Greatest Generational Naval Museum, San Diego CA Jan 11, 2013, current 5304 (MSN G-187) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-8. 7189 (MSN 248) 7190 (MSN 250) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17190, code WH-F. Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat Lost Mar 23, 1975.

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