Douglas B-18 Bolo
Listing by uniit. Note: Some aircraft served in several different BGs, and are listed twice.
List by U.S. Army Air Force (USAAF) Serial Number
B-18 36-270 destroyed at Hickam Field December 7, 1941
B-18 36-275 damaged May 14, 1944 during taxiing accident at Managua-Las Mercedes, Nicaragua
B-18 36-283 (c/n 1671) with 75th BS at Albrook Field, CZ. W/o in fatal crash 6 mi NNE of El Valle, Panama Jun 9, 1941.
B-18 36-299 (c/n 1687) w/o in crash at Safre, Canal Zone Jan 21, 1942
B-18 36-306 pilot Major General Herbert A. Dargue crashed December 12, 1941 Sierra Nevada Mountains. Not located until July 5, 1942.
B-18 36-307 (c/n 1693) while assigned to 38H, 6th BH at Albrook Field
B-18 36-335 burned in hangar at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941
B-18 36-338 19th BG, shot down by fighters off Java Feb 2, 1942. 6 crew KIA.
B-18 36-343 19th BG, escaped Philippines to Australia. Hack for 4th Air Depot Group. Later operated as VH-CCB by 21st TCS Feb-Oct 1942. Scrapped after Oct 1943.
B-18 36-446 pilot Hibbard crashed Feburary 25, 1941 Hawaii
B-18 37-029 displayed at Castle Air Museum Atwater, California
B-18A 37-469 displayed at USAF Museum
B-18A 37-559 served in Alaska circa 1941-1942
B-18A 37-619 crashed January 4, 192 on Mount Waternomee, NH
B-18A 39-025 displayed at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum
B-18B 37-505 displayed at McChord Air Museum, McChord AFB, Washington
B-18B 38-593 displayed Pima Air & Space Museum
Other Known Wrecks
B-18 Kaneohe Overshot Kaneohe Bay Airfield
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