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AIR FORCE REGULATION ) DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE 

NO. 5-24 ) WASHINGTON, 20 SEPTEMBER 1948 

PUBLICATIONS 

United States Air Force Statistical Digest 


Paragraph 


Official Statistical Yearbook.. 1 

Distribution. 2 


1. Official Statistical Yearbook. The “United States Air Force Statistical Digest” prepared, 
published, and distributed by Headquarters USAF (Directorate of Statistical Services, Office of 
Comptroller) is hereby designated as the official Air Force statistical yearbook for the presenta¬ 
tion of summary statistics on all phases of Air Force activity, strength, and operations. 

2. Distribution, A limited distribution of this digest will be made as determined by Head¬ 
quarters USAF. 

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE: 


HOYT S. VANDENBERG 

Chief of Staff, United States Air Force 

OFFICIAL: 

L. L. JUDGE 
Colonel, USAF 
Air Adjutant General 

DISTRIBUTION: 

B 


♦This Regulation supersedes AFL 5-3, 28 April 1947, 


9-1524, AF 






II 


FOREWORD 


S3 

The "USAF Statistical Digest", (Short Title USAFSD-32) 
summarizes in one document the volume of statistical data col¬ 
lected and published by various offices in Headquarters, United 
States Air Force and certain major commands. It is to be used 
as the official basic reference document for the period and 
areas covered. 

The Fiscal Year 1953 edition is the eighth edition of the 
t series. Original editions - Army Air Force Statistical Digest 

(World War II) and supplement Number 1, 1945 were followed 
by AAF Statistical Digest, 1946 and USAF Statistical Digest 
1947. The 1946 and 1947 editions made Air Force Statistics 
available in summarized form,available as far back as possible, 
with the exception of Combat Operations. This data is found 
only in the 1945 edition. The 1948 issue was the first strictly 
annual publication. The present issue, and the 1949, 1950, 
1951, and 1952 editions are organized on a Fiscal Year basis. 

Immediately following this introductory statement is a 
Major Air Command Directory, containing information which 
is appropriate to all data included in this issue. Definitions 
appropriate to only one area will be found in an introductory 
statement preceding the Part in question. 

Sources of the majority of the data are the published 
and unpublished records of the Directorate of Statistical Ser¬ 
vices. The balance of the data was furnished by other agencies 
as noted in source reference data. 

Correspondence relative to the content of this document 
as well as recommendation for new material for inclusion 
should be addressed to Director of Statistical Services, Head¬ 
quarters United States Air Force, Washington 25, D. C. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS HI 

Page Number 

Air Force Regulation 5-24 .... I 

Foreword ... II 

Major Air Command Directory... XVI 

Headquarters USAF Organization Chart . XVII 

PART I - F E A F KOREA SUMMARY 

Introduction and D efinitions ... I 

Map I Deployment of Committed Tactical Units - 2 July 1950 . 4 

Map II Deployment of Committed Tactical Units - 27 July 1953 . 5 

ORGANIZATION 

Chart I FEAF Organization - June 1950 . 6 

Table 1 FEAF Organization - 23 June 1950 .. 7 

Chart II FEAF Organization - July 1953 . 8 

Table 2 FEAF Organization - 27 July 1953 . 9 

Table 3 FEAF Airbase Facilities as of 31 July 1953 . 10 

OPERATIONS 

Table 4 Summary of FEAF Operations - By Quarter - July 1950 through 27 July 1953 ..... 15 

Table 5 Summary of Royal Australian Air Force Operations, By Quarter - July 1950 

through 27 July 1953 ... 16 

Table 6 Summary of South African Air Force Operations, By Quarter - July 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 17 

Table 7 Summary of Friendly Foreign Operations. By Quarter - July 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 18 

Table 8 Summary of USMC Operations, By Quarter - July 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 19 

Table 9 Statistical Summary of USAF Operations, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 ...... 20 

Table 10 Statistical Summary of USAF Operations, By Type Model - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 ... 26 

AIRCRAFT INVENTORY 

Table 11 USAF End-of-Month Aircraft Inventory, By Type Model, By Month - July 1950 

Through July 1953 . 30 

Table 12 USAF End-of-Month Crew Inventory, By Type Model, By Month - July 1950 

through July 1953 31 

AIRCRAFT AND CREWS POSSESSED 

Table 13 Average Aircraft Possessed in Committed Units By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 

1950 through 27 July 1953 . 32 

Table 14 Average Crews Possessed in Committed Units, By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 

1950 through 27 July 1953. 33 

COMBAT READINESS 

Table 15 Average Aircraft Combat Ready in Committed Units by Type Model, By Month - 

26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 .. 34 

Table 16 Average Crews Combat Ready in Committed Units, By Type Model, By Month - 

26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 .. 35 

SORTIES 

Table 17 Airborne Sorties By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 .. 36 

Table 18 Effective Sorties By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 .. 38 

Table 19 Non Effective Sorties By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 

1953 . 40 

Table 20 Night Sorties By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 42 

Table 21 Airborne Sorties By Type Mission, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 44 

AMMUNITION EXPENDED 

Table 22 Tons of Bombs Expended By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 45 






























IV 


TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 


PART I -FEAF KOREA SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 



Table 23 Tons of Napalm Expended By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 46 

Table 24 Rocket Expenditures By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 

1953 . 47 

Table 25 Ammunition Expenditures By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 48 

Table 26 Bomb and Napalm Expenditures By Type Mission, By Month - 26 June 1950 

through 27 July 1953 .... 49 

Table 27 Rocket and Ammunition Expenditures By Type Mission, By Month - 26 June 1950 

through 27 July 1953 . 50 


COMBAT CLAIMS 


Table 28 FEAF Combat Claims by USAF, USMC, and Friendly Foreign - 26 June 1950 

27 July 1953 . 51 

Table 29 USAF Claims of Enemy Aircraft by Type Aircraft - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 .*. 52 

Table 30 Total Air-to-Air Claims by Type Model USAF Aircraft, By Month - 26 June 1950 

through 27 July 1953 .,... 53 

Table 31 USAF Claims of Enemy Aircraft, Air-to-Air, By Type Mission - 26 June 1950 

through 27 July 1953 ... 54 

Table 32 USAF Aircraft Claims of Enemy Aircraft by Type Mission, By Month - 26 June 

1950 through 27 July 1953.. 55 


AIRCRAFT LOSSES 


Table 33 Total USAF Aircraft Losses By Type of Loss, By Month - 26June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 .. 56 

Table 34 Total USAF Aircraft Losses by Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 57 

Table 35 Total USAF Aircraft Operational Losses By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 

1950 through 27 July 1953 . 58 

Table 36 Total USAF Aircraft Losses to Enemy Action By Type Model, By Month - 

26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 59 

Table 37 USAF Aircraft Losses (Air-to-Air and Enemy Action Cause Unknown) By 

Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 60 

Table 38 USAF Aircraft Losses to Enemy Aircraft - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 ... 61 

Table 39 USAF Aircraft Losses (Enemy Ground Fire) By Type Model, By Month 

26June 1950 through 27 July 1954 .. 62 

Table 40 USAF Aircraft Losses (Operational Non-Enemy Action) By Type Model, By 

Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 63 

Table 41 USAF Aircraft Operational Losses (Missing or Unknown Cause) By Type Model, 

By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 ... 64 

Table 42 USAF Aircraft Non-Operational Losses By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 

1950 through 27 July 1953 .J. 65 

Table 43 USAF Aircraft Losses (Non-Operational Flying Accident) By Type Model, By 

Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 ... 66 

Table 44 USAF Aircraft Losses (Operational and Enemy Action) By Type Mission, By 

Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 ... 67 

Table 45 USAF Aircraft Operational Losses (Air-to-Air, Ground Fire, and Enemy 
Action Cause Unknown) By Type Mission, By Month - 26 June 1950 

through 27 July 1953 ... 68 

Table 46 USAF Aircraft Operational Losses (Non-Enemy Action and Cause Unknown) By 

Type Mission, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 .. 69 


FLYING TIME 


Table 47 USAF Flying Time and Fuel Consumption - 26 June .1950 through 27 July 1953 ... 70 

Table 48 USAF Flying Time By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 27 July 

1953 . 71 

Table 49 USAF Operational Flying Time By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 73 

Table 50 USAF Non Operational Flying Time - By Type Model, By Month - 26 June 1950 

through 27 July 1953 . 75 


BOMBER COMMAND OPERATIONS 

Table 51 FEAF Bomber Command Sorties By Type Target, By Quarter - 26 June 1950 

27 July 1953 . 77 






























V 


TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 

Page Number 

PART I - FE AF KOREA SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 

BOMBER COMMAND OPERATIONS (CONTINUED) 

Table 52 FEAF Bomber Command Tonnage By Type Target, By Quarter - 26 June 1950 

27 July 1953 . 77 

COMBAT CARGO OPERATIONS 

Table 53 315th Air Division Combat Cargo Operations, By Area - 10 September 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 78 

Table 54 Total 315th Air Division Combat Cargo Operations - 10 September 1950 through 

27 July 1953 ... 79 

Table 55 315th Air Division Combat Cargo Operations, By Type Model - 10 September 

1950 through 27 July 1953 . 79 

MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE OPERATIONS 

Table 56 MATS Operations from U. S. (McChord and Travis) to Pacific Area, Including 

Tokyo - FY 1951. 82 

Table 57 MATS Operations from U. S. (McChord and Travis) to Pacific Area, Including 

Tokyo - FY 1952 . 83 

Table 58 MATS Operations from U. S. (McChord and Travis) to Pacific Area, Including 

Tokyo - FY 1953 ... 84 

ENGINE REMOVALS 

Table 59 Engines Removed and Average Hours Flown on Selected Aircraft in FEAF - 

26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 85 

FLYING ACCIDENTS 

Table 60 FEAF Flying Accidents By Type Accident and Cause Factors, By Quarter - 

July 1950 through July 195 3 . 86 

Table 6l Total FEAF Aircraft Accidents and Accident Rates, By Type Model - 1 July 1950 

through 31 July 1953 . «... 87 

CREWS AND CREW PERSONNEL 

Table 62 USAF Crews Committed to the Korean War - July 1950 through July 1953 . 89 / 

Table 63 Tactical Air Crew Personnel Retired by Number of Sorties Flown at Completion 

of Tour of Duty - January 1951 through July 1953 .90 

Table 64 Crew Personnel Retired from FEAF - 1 January 1951 through July 1953 . 92 

Table 65 Experience Index of Tactical Air Crew Personnel in FEAF - As of 27 July 1953 94 

MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL 

Table 66 USAF Military Personnel by Sex Based on Operating Locations - In Major Far 

Eastern Countries - June 1950 through July 1953 . 96 

Table 67 USAF Personnel (Assigned, Operational, and Other) on Duty in FEAF - June 

1950 through June 1953 . 98 

Table 68 USAF Civilian Personnel Rased on Duty Location in Major Far Eastern Countries - 

June 1950 through July 1953 ... 99 

Table 69 Employed Civilian Personnel In FEAF - June 1950 through July 1953 . 1 00 

Table 70 USAF Korean Battle Casualties. Resulting from Air and Ground Operations, By 

• Type of Casualty, By Type of Personnel - 25 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 ... 1 01 

Table 71 USAF Korean Battle Casualties By Type and By Grade of Personnel - 25 June 

1950 through 27 July 1953 ... 1 08 

Table 72 USAF Korean Battle Casualties Resulting from Air Operations Only - By Type 

of Aircraft - 25 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 . 1 10 

Table 73 USAF Korean Battle Casualties By Command - 25 June 1950 through 27 July 1953 1 12 

Table 74 USAF Korean Battle Casualties by State of Residence - 25 June 1950 through 

27 July 1953 . 1 15 

PART II — ORGANIZATIONS - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT UNITS 

Introduction and Definitions ..*.. 117 

Table 75 Summary of Active USAF Organizations - As of 30 June 1953 . 118 


























VI 


TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 

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PART II - ORGANIZATIONS - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT UNITS (CONTINUED) 

Table 7b Composition of Combat and Airlift Squadrons .. 119 

Table 77 Combat and Airlift Wings and Squadrons. By Type, Worldwide. Continental U. S. 

and Overseas - FY 1953 .. 122 

Table 78 Combat and Airlift Wings and Squadrons, By Type, By Command - FY 195 3 . 125 

Table 79 Number of Activated USAF Combat Wings and Airlift Units Classified by Type 

Aircraft Possessed - FY 1953 .... 130 

Table 80 Aircraft and Crews in Combat and Airlift Units, By Quarters - FY 1953 . 131 

Table 81 Operational Readiness of Combat and Airlift Wings - FY 1953 . 133 

PART 111 - FLIGHT OPERATIONS 

Summary and Definitions....... 135 

Table 82 USAF Flight Operations World-Wide Summary By Type and Model of Aircraft.. 136 

Table 83 USAF Aircraft Flying Time, By Command. 145 

Table 84 Summary of USAF Flight Operations By Type of Activity - FY 53. 146 

Table 85 USAF Flight Operations By Type of Activity, Quarterly - FY 53... 147 

Table 86 Utilization of USAF Airplanes by Command (Operating Active) . 149 

Table 87 USAF Flying Time, Fuel Consumption, and Rate by Type and Model . 150 

Table 88 Utilization and Fuel Consumption Rate, USAF Jet Aircraft by Type and Model ...... 151 

Table 89 USAF Aviation Fuel Consumption .... 152 

PART IV - FLYING SAFETY 

Introduction ......... 153 

Table 90 USAF and Air National Guard Aircraft Accident Rates and Dollar Loss, By Command - 

FY 1953 . 154 

Table 91 USAF Bailment/Loan Accidents - FY 1953 . 155 

Table 92 USAF and Air National Guard Aircraft Accident, Rates and Dollar Loss, By Type 

and Model - FY 1953. 156 

Table 93 USAF Bailment/Loan Accidents - FY 1953 ... 159 

Table 94 USAF and Air National Guard Major Aircraft Accidents, By Phase of Operations r. . . 160 

Table 95 Factors Causing USAF and Air National Guard Major Aircraft Accidents.. 163 

Table 96 Selected Conditions Affecting USAF/ANG Major Aircraft Accidents . 166 

Table 97 USAF and Air National Guard Major Accidents and Dollar Loss by Primary Cause 

Factors of Accidents - FY 53 .. 169 

Table 98 Flying Hours, Number and Rates of Major Accidents. Fatal Accidents'and Fatalities - 

1921 through 1953 . 173 

GROUND SAFETY 

Introduction and Definitions ..... 174 

Table 99 USAF Military Personnel Injuries. Worldwide - FY 53. 175 

Table 100 USAF Civilian Personnel Injuries, Worldwide - FY 53 . 175 

Table 101 Summary and Cost Analysis of USAF Motor Vehicle Accidents, Worldwide - FY 1953. 176 

Table 102 Cost Analysis of USAF Ground Accidents, Worldwide - FY 1953 .. 177 

Table 103 USAF Ground Accident Cost Analysis by Cost Per Capita, Continental U. S. and 

Overseas - FY 53 ..... 178 

PART V - AIRCRAFT - MATERIEL 

Summary and Definitions ........ 179 

Table 104 U. S. Military Airplane Production by Recipient, Quarterly - FY 1953 . 180 

Table 105 Production and Deliveries of USAF Pilotless Aircraft, Guided Aircraft Rockets and 

Target Drones, Quarterly - FY 1953 .. 183 

Table 106 USAF Airplane Acceptances - Units and Airframe Weight by Recipient - Fiscal 

Years 1951, 1952, 1953 . 184 

Table 107 USAF Aircraft Acceptance Summary, Monthly - FY 1953 .. 185 

Table 108 USAF Airplane Acceptances, Jet and Piston, Monthly - FY 1953 . 189 

Table 109 Airplanes Authorized for USAF Procurement by Type, Model and Series - Fiscal 

Years 1951, 1952, 1953 . 190 

Table 110 USAF and Reserve Forces First and Second Line Airplane Inventory Summary - 

FY 1953 . 191 

Table 111 USAF and Reserve Forces Aircraft Inventory by Command, Semi-Annual - FY 1953 . 192 

Table 112 Functional Distribution of USAF Aircraft by Type, Quarterly, FY 1953 . 193 

Table 113 Functional Distribution of USAF Aircraft Inventory by Command, Quarterly, FY 1953. 195 








































TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 


Table 1 14 
Table 115 
Table 116 
Table 117 
Table 118 
Table 119 
Table 120 
Table 121 

Table 122 

Table 123 
Table 124 

Table 125 

Table 126 

Table 127 


Table 128 
Table 129 
Table 130 


Table 131 
Table 132 
Table 133 


Introduction 
Table 134 
Table 135 
Table 136 
Table 137 
Table 138 
Table 139 
Table 140 
Table 141 


Introduction 
Table 142 
Table 143 
Table 144 
Table 145 
Table 146 
Table 147 


Introduction 
Table 148 
Table 149 


PART V - AIRCRAFT - MATERIEL (CONTINUED) 

USAF and Reserve Force* Airplane Inventory, Monthly, FY 1953 . 

Cumulative Age Distribution of the USAF Airplane Inventory, Quarterly, - FY 1953 
Cumulative Age Distribution of the USAF Airplane Inventory, Quarterly - FY 1953 . 
Calendar Age Distribution of the USAF Airplane Inventory, Quarterly - FY 1953 .,, 

USAF Aircraft in Storage by Model, Quarterly - FY 1953. 

Inventory of Stored USAF Aircraft by Location, Quarterly - FY 1953 . 

USAF and Reserve Forces Class OIZ Inventory by Model, Quarterly - FY 1953 
USAF and Reserve Forces Aircraft Inventory Gains and Losses by Type, Model 

and Line Classification - FY 1953 .. 

USAF and Reserve Forces Aircraft Inventory Gains and Losses by Type, Model 

and Line Classification - FY 1953 ... 

USAF and Reserve Forces Aircraft Losses by Cause - FY 1953 .■. 

Status and Line Classification of USAF Aircraft by Type and Model, Quarterly, - 

FY 1953 . 

Worldwide Summary USAF Active Aircraft Out-of-Commission by Command - 

FY 195 3 .-. 

Worldwide Summary USAF Average Active Aircraft Out-of-Commission by Cause, 

By Type and Model - FY 1953 . 

Inventory of USAF Ammunition, Worldwide (Semi-Annual) - FY 1953 ... 


PART VI - AIRCRAFT ENGINES 

Factory Acceptances of Aircraft Engines by the USAF Quarterly - FY 195 3 . 

Recapitulation of Factory Acceptances of Aircraft Engines . 

Number of Selected Airplane Engines Removed for Major Overhaul With Average 
Operating Hours Since Manufacture or Major Overhaul, By Type Engine. 

Quarterly - FY 1953 . 

Average Man Hours Expended Per Major Airplane Engine Overhaul at Air Materiel 
Command Air Depot in Continental U. S. , By Type of Engine - FY 1953 ... 
Inventory and Status of Spare Aircraft Engines in Continental U. S. , Quarterly 

FY 1953 . 

Inventory and Status of Spare Aircraft Engines in Overseas Commands, Quarterly - 
FY 1953 . 


PART VII - AVIATION FUEL AND OIL 


Inventories of USAF Aviation Fuel - Fiscal Years 1951, 1952, 1953 .. 

Cumulative Base IssueB of USAF Owned Fuel - Fiscal Years 1951, 1952, 1953 .... 

Summary Worldwide USAF Fuel Inventory, End of Quarter - FY 195 3 . 

Aviation Fuel Receipts from Industry - FY 1953 . 

World Wide USAF Aviation Fuel Inventory, End of Quarter - FY 1953 . 

Base issues of USAF Aviation Fuel - FY 1953 ... 

Worldwide Aviation Oil Inventory , End of Quarter - FY 1953 . 

Worldwide Aviation Oil Issues, By Quarter - FY 1953 .... 


PART VIII - STOCKPILING 


Status of the Strategic Materials Stockpiling Program.. 

Status of Storage Space Occupied for the Strategic Materials Stockpiling Prog-FY 1953 
Status of Utilized Depot Storage Space for the Strategic Materials Stockpiling Prog-FY 53 
Status of Storage Space Allocated for the Strategic Materials Stockpiling Prog -FY 1953 
Status of Storage Space Earmarked for the Strategic Materials Stockpiling Prog - FY 1953 
Materiel On Hand For the Strategic Materials Stockpiling Program FY 1953. 


PART IX - INDUSTRIAL RESERVE 


USAF Departmental Industrial Reserve. 

USAF Production Expansion Projects - FY 1953 


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VIII 


TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 

Page Number 

PART X - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 

Table 150 Status of USAF Research and Development Funds - Fiscal Years 1950, 1951, 

1952, 1953 . 275 

Table 151 Department of the Air Force Research and Development Appropriation Cumulative 

Obligations by Command - As of 30 June 1953 . 276 

PART XI - FISCAL 

Introduction and Definitions... 279 

Table 152 Department of the Air Force USAF Appropriations and New Obligating Authority for 

FY 1953 . 281 

Table 153 Obligations and'Expenditures During FY 1953 Against Net Obligating Authority for 

the FY 1953 Program. 282 

Table 154 Expenditures Against Fiscal Year 1952 Programs During Fiscal Year 1953 . 285 

Table 155 Expenditures Against FY 1951 Program During FY 1953 . 287 

Table 156 Expenditures Against FY 1950 and Prior Years Programs During FY 1953 . 289 

Table 157 Department of the Air Force Status of Unliquidated Obligations at Beginning and End 

of FY 1949 Showing Obligations and Expenditures During FY 1949 . 290 

Table 158 Department of the Air Force Status of Unliquidated Obligations at Beginning and 

End of FY 1950 Showing Obligations and Expenditures During FY 1950 . 290 

Table 159 Department of the Air Force Status of Unliquidated Obligations at Beginning and 

End FY 1951 Showing Obligations and Expenditures During FY 1951 .... 292 

Table 160 Department of the Air Force Status of Unliquidated Obligations at Beginning and End 

of FY 1952 Showing Obligations and Expenditures During FY 1952 . 293 

Table 161 Department of the Air Force Status of Unliquidated Obligations at Beginning and End 

of FY 1953 Showing Obligations and Expenditures During FY 1953. 295 

Table 162 Status of Contract Authority Enacted by Congress Showing Cash Subsequently 

Appropriated to Liquidate Obligations Thereunder as of 30 June 1953 . 297 

Table 163 Analysis of Acquisition and Construction of Real Property Appropriation as of 

30 June 1953.. 298 

Activity in Air Force Management Funds During Fiscal Year 195 3 . 299 

PART XII - HOUSING AND INSTALLATIONS 

Summary and Definitions ... , .... 301 

Table 164 Status of USAF Military and Civilian Housing and Occupancy By Command - May 1953 303 
Table 165 USAF Major Type Installations, By Command and Type - As of 30 June 1953 , . . 304 

PART Xlll - MUTUAL DEFENSE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (MDAP) 

Definitions......... 305 

Table 166 USAF Supported Aircraft in MDAP Countries, By Country, By Type and Model - 

Quarterly, FY 1953 . ...... ... 306 

Table 167 MDAP Aircraft Flying Honrs By Country, Monthly - FY 1953 .... .„.. 309 

Table 168 Aircraft Shipments t o MDAP Countries, Titles I. II, IU. and IV - FY 1953 . 310 

Table 169 USAF Supported Aircraft In MDAP Countries by Type and Model, Quarterly - FY 1953 312 

Table 170 MDAP Aircraft Losses By Cause - FY 1953. 313 

Table 171 MDAP Aircraft Flying Hours By Type and Model, Quarterly, FY 1953 . 314 

Table 172 MDAP Aircraft Utilization Rates for Selected Models, Quarterly - FY 1953 . 315 

Table 173 Mutual Defense Assistance Program Supply Actions and Shipments From Port, 

By Country - FY 1953 .... 316 

Table 174 Mutual Defense Assistance Program Supply Actions and Shipments From Port, 

By Major Equipment Category. 318 

Table 175 USAF Civilian Personnel in Salaried and Wage Board Groups Employed Under Mutual 

Defense Assistance Program (MDAP) - FY 1953 . 319 

Table 176 Tuition Rates for MDAP Formal Training - FY 1953 .. 320 

Table 177 Status of Department of the Air Force MDAP Funds. 324 

PART XIV - PERSONNEL 

MILITARY PERSONNEL 


Definitions and Comments 


325 


































TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 


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PART XIV - PERSONNEL (CONTINUED) 

RATED PERSONNEL 

Table 179 Departmental Strength of Officer Personnel by Aeronautical Status, By Grade 

In Which Serving - FY 1953 . 331 

Table 180 Departmental Strength of Officer Personnel on Flying Status by Aeronautical 

Status, By Grade in Which Serving - FY 1953 . 332 

Table 181 Departmental Strength of Officer and Warrant Officer Personnel by Aeronautical 

Rating, By Aeronautical Designation - FY 1953 . 333 

Table 182 Departmental Strength of Officer Personnel by Aeronautical Status, By Command - 

FY 1953 . 334 

Table 183 Departmental Strength of Officer Personnel on Flying Status, By Aeronautical 

Status, By Command - FY 1953 .'... 337 

Table 184 Departmental Strength of Pilots on Flying Statua by Age, - 15 December 1948 

through 31 May 1953 . 340 

CREWS 

Table 185 USAF Crews By Type and Model of Aircraft - FY 1953 . 341 

Table 186 USAF Crews By Type, By Command - FY 1953 . 343 

Table 187 Complete Air Crew Inventory of Tactical Units by Type and Model Aircraft, By 

Command - FY 1953....... 345 

CREW PERSONNEL 

Table 188 USAF Air Crew Personnel By Type and Model of Aircraft - FY1953 .. 346 

Table 189 USAF Air Crew Personnel By Type of Aircraft, By Command - FY 1953 . 348 

Table 190 Average Combat Experience Level of USAF Crew Personnel in Committed Units 

By Selected Aircraft Types - June 1952 through July 1953 .... 350 

Table 191 Average Experience Level of Air Crew Personnel Retired From Units Committed 

to the Korean War By Selected Aircraft Types - June 1952 through July 1953 , . . 351 

COMMAND STRENGTH 

Table 192 Peak Strength of Military Personnel by Fiscal Year and Calendar Year - June 1939 

through June 1953 . 352 

Table 193 Command Strength Based on Operating Location by State, Continental U.S. - 

FY 1953 . 353 

Table 194 Command Strength Based on Operating Location Outside Continental U.S. , By 

Country - FY 1953 . 354 

Table 195 Command Strength by Type of Personnel - FY 1953 . 356 

Table 196 Command Strength of Negro Personnel by Type of Personnel - FY 1953 . 357 

Table 197 Command Strength By Grade in Which Serving - FY 1953 ... 358 

Table 198 Command Strength of General Officers by Grade in Which Serving . FY 1953 . 359 

Table 199 Command Strength of Negro Personnel by Grade in Which Serving - FY 1953 . 360 

Table 200 Summary - Command Strength by Personnel Identity - FY 1953 ... 361 

Table 201 Command Strength by Personnel Identity, By Command - FY 1953 . 362 

Table 202 Command Strength of Negro Personnel by Sex - FY 1953. 369 

Table 203 Command Strength by Departmental Status by Grade in Which Serving - FY 1953 .... 370 

‘ Table 204 Command Strength of Pipeline Personnel by Pipeline Category - FY 1953 . 372 

Table 205 Command Strength by Departmental Status, By Type of Personnel - FY 195 3 . 373 

DEPARTMENTAL STRENGTH 

Table 206 Departmental Strength by Type of Personnel - FY 1953. 373 

Table 207 Departmental Strength of General Officers by Permanent Grade, By Grade in Which 

Serving - FY 1953 ... 374 

Table 208 Departmental Strength of Regular Commissioned Officers by Grade in Which 

Serving, By Control Branch - FY 1953 .. 375 

Table 209 Departmental Strength of Female Personnel By Grade in Which Serving, By 

Control Branch - FY 1953 .1. 376 

Table 210 Departmental Strength of Female Medical Officers by Grade in Which Serving - 

FY 1953 .i. 378 

GAINS AND LOSSES 

Table 211 Gains and Losses of Military Personnel to Command Strength - FY 1953 ... .. 380 

Table 212 Gains and Losses of Female Military Personnel to Command Strength - FY 1953 384 

Table 213 Gains of Officer Personnel to Command Strength by Grade - FY 1953 . 388 

Table 214 Gains of Enlisted Personnel to Command Strength by Grade - FY 1953 . 388 




































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PART XIV - PERSONNEL (CONTINUED) 

GAIKS AND LOSSES - CONTINUED 

Table 215 Losses of Officer Personnel from Command Strength by Grade - FY 1953 . 389 

Table 216 Losses of Enlisted Personnel from Command Strength by Grade - FY 1953 . 389 

Table 217 Accession Status Changes of Military Personnel-FY 1953 . 390 

Table 218 Accession Status Changes of Female Military Personnel - FY 1953 . 392 

Table 219 Losses of Officer Personnel from Command Strength by Aeronautical Status by 

Age Group - FY 1953.. 394 

RECRUITMENTS 

Table 220 Reenlistments With Permanent Change in Stations - FY 1953 . 395 

Table 221 Enlistments and Reenlistments by Grade - FY 1953 . 396 

Table 222 WAF Enlistments and Reenlistments by Grade - FY 1953 . 398 

Table 223 Negro Enlistments and Reenlistments by Grade - FY1953 . 400 

Table 224 _ Enlistments and Reenlistments by Term - FY 1953 . 402 

Table 225 WAF Enlistments and Reenlistments by Term - FY 1953 . 404 

Table 226 Negro Enlistments and Reenlistments by Term - FY 1953 . 406 

Table 227 Non-Battle Aircraft Deaths of USAF Airmen, Aircrew, and Non-Aircrew - Last 

Half FY 1952 and FY 1953 . 408 

Table 228 Non-Battle Deaths of USAF Officers and Airmen by Grade in Which Serving Last 

Half FY 1952 and FY 1953 . 409 

Table 229 Non-Battle Deaths of USAF Officers by Aeronautical Rating, by Grade in Which 

Serving - Last Half FY 1952 and FY 1953 .. 409 

Table 230 Non-Battle Deaths of USAF Officers by Age Groups. By Grade in Which Serving - 

Last Half FY 1952 and FY 1953 . 410 

Table 231 Non-Battle Deaths of USAF Officers by Causative Agent by Age Groups - Last 

Half FY 1952 and Fy 1953 . 410 

Table 232 Non-Battle Deaths of USAF Airmen by Age Groups, By Grade in Which Serving - 

Last Half FY 1952 and FY 1953 . 411 

Table 233 Non-Battle Deaths of USAF Airmen by Causative Agent, by Age Groups - Last 

Half FY 1952 and FY 1953 ... 411 

RETIREMENTS 

Table 234 Retirements of Officer and Enlisted Personnel by Type of Retirement - FY 1922 

through FY 1953 . 412 

Table 235 Officer Retirements by Type of Retirement, By Grade of Personnel - FY 1953 . 413 

Table 236 Enlisted Retirements by Type of Retirement, by Grade of Personnel - FY 1953 . , . , , 414 

Table 237 Military Personnel Arrivals by Air and By Water from Overseas Commands - 

FY 1953 . 415 

Table 238 Departures of Military Personnel Overseas Replacements by Air and by Water - 

FY 1953 . 416 

PROMOTIONS 

Table 239 Regular Officers Selected for Permanent Promotions - FY 1949 through FY 1953 417 

Table 240 Temporary Promotions of Officers to General Officers by Grade to Which Promoted - 

FY 1952 and FY 1953 . 418 

Table 241 USAF Officers Selected for Temporary Promotions by Fiscal Year in Which 

Selected - FY 1949 through FY 1953 . 419 

SKILLS AND CHARACTERISTICS 

Table 242 Estimated Percentage Distribution of USAF Military Personnel by Age and by 

Grade in Which Serving - 30 November 1952 and 31 May 1953 .. . . . 420 

Table 243 Estimated Percentage Distribution of USAF Military Personnel by Months of Active 

Federal Military Service - 30 November 1952 and 31 May 1953 . 421 

Table 244 Estimated Percentage Distribution of Airmen by Months in Grade Before Last 

Promotion - 30 November 1953 ... 422 

Table 245 Estimated Percentage Distribution of USAF Military Personnel by Highest Level 

of Education - 30 November 1952 and 31 May 1953 . 422 

Table 246 Estimated Distribution of Military Personnel by State or Territory of Pre- 

Service Residence - 30 November 1952 ... 423 

Table 247 Estimated Percentage Distribution of USAF Military Personnel by Marital Status - 

30 November 1952 and 31 May 1953 .. .. 424 

Table 248 Estimated Percentage Distribution of USAF Military Personnel by Number of 

Dependents - 30 November 1952 . 424 



































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TABLE OF CONTENTS - (CONTINUED) 


Page Number 

PART XIV - PERSONNEL (CONTINUED) 

SKILLS AND CHARACTERISTICS - CONTINUED 

Table 249 Age Distribution of Departmental Strength of Officer Personnel by Grade in Which - 

Serving - 30 November 1952 and 31 May 1953. 425 

Table 250 Estimated Distribution of Airmen by Age, by Grade in Which Serving, By Sex- 

30 May 1953 . 427 

Table 251 Estimated Percentage Distribution of Airmen by Age Group by Grade in Which Serving - 

31 May 1953 . 427 

Table 252 Airmen (Authorized and Assigned) by Primary AFSC Within Career Field - 

31 July 1952 and 30 June 1953 . 428 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Table 25 3 Permanent Party Personnel by Personnel Identity - FY 195 3 . 430 

Table 254 FEAF Auth and Asgd Perm Party Mil Pers by Departmental Status - FY 1953 . 431 

Table 255 Students (USAF Only). Continental U.S. - FY 1953 . 432 

Table 256 USAF Military Decorations and Awards - FY 1953 ... 433 

Table 257 Summary of Saving Bonds Purchased by Air Force Personnel in Continental U.S. 

and Overseas -’June 1948 through June 1953. 434 

Table 258 Saving Bond Purchases by Air Force Personnel in Continental U. S. and Overseas - 

FY 1953 . 435 

MILITARY TRAINING 

Definitions .. Incl in first 

4 pages. 

COSTS 

Table 259 Cost of Training USAF Military Students by Course - 15 April 195 3 through 

30 June 195 3 ... 436 

FLYING TRAINING 

Table 260 USAF Flying Training of USAF Personnel - FY 1953 . 444 

Table 261 USAF Flying Training Fatalities of USAF Personnel - FY 1953 . 453 

Table 262 USAF Flying Training of Army and Navy Personnel - FY 1953. 454 

Table 263 USAF Flying Training of Foreign Personnel - FY 1953 . 456 

Table 264 Training of USAF Military Personnel at Tactical Air Command - FY 1953 . 460 

TECHNICAL TRAINING 

Table 265 Technical Training of USAF Personnel by Air Training Command - FY 1953 . 462 

Table 266 Technical Training of WAF Personnel by Air Training Command - FY 1953.. 463 

Table 267 Technical Training of U.S. Army Personnel by Air Training Command - FY 1953 ... 464 

Table 268 Technical Training of U. S. Navy Personnel by Air Training Command - FY 1953,... 464 

Table 269 Tactical Air Command Training of Army and Navy Personnel - FY 1953 . 465 

Table 270 Tactical Air Command Training of Foreign Personnel - FY 1953 . 465 

Table 27 1 Technical Training of U.S. Civilian Personnel by Air Training Command - FY 1953 . 466 

Table 272 Technical Training of Foreign Nationals by Air Training Command - FY 1953 . 466 

PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRAINING 

Table 27 3 USAF Professional and Technological Military Training of USAF Personnel - FY 1953 467 

Table 274 Professional and Technological Training of WAF Personnel - FY 1953 . 471 

Table 275 USAF Professional and Technological Training of Army and Navy Personnel by Air 

University - FY 1953 . 474 

Table 276 USAF Professional and Technological Training of Foreign Nationals - FY 1953 . 475 

TRAINING IN OTHER THAN USAF SCHOOLS 

Table 277 Training of USAF Personnel in Other Military Schools - FY 1953 . 477 

Table 278 Training of USAF Personnel in Army Schools - FY 1953 . 478 

Table 270 Training of USAF Personnel in U.S. Navy Schools - FY 195 3 . 481 

Table 280 USAF Professional and Technological Training of Air Force Personnel at Civilian 

Schools and Hospitals - FY 1953 . 483 
































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PART XIV - PERSONNEL (CONTINUED) 

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL 

Definitions .... 485 

BY DUTY LOCATION 

Table 281 Civilian Employment By Duty Location Within Continental U.S. - FY 1953 . 487 

Table 282 Civilian Employment by Duty Location Outside Continental U.S. - FY 1953 . 488 

CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT 

Table 283 Civilian Employment by Sex, By Command - FY 1953 .. 490 

Table 284 Civilian Employment of WAE (When actually employed) and Presidential 

Appointees - FY 1953 ... 492 

Table 285 Civilian Employees With Veterans' Preference - FY 1953 .*. 492 

Table 286 Civilian Employment by Category and By Grade, Continental U.S. - FY 1953 . 493 

Table 287 Civilian Employment by Citizenship or Non-Citizenship Status, By Command, 

Overseas - FY 1953,. 494 

Table 288 Authorized and Employed Civilian Personnel in FEAF - FY 1953 . 496 

Table 289 Civilian Employment by Type of Appointment, By Salaried and Wage Board Groups - 

FY 1953 . 497 

PHYSICALLY IMPAIRED EMPLOYEES 

j 

Table 290 Appointment of Physically Impaired Civilian Personnel by Command. Continental 

U. S. - FY 1953. 498 

DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYMENT 

Table 291 Departmental Civilian Employment by Type of Appointment, by Employee Group - 

FY 1953 . 499 

Table 292 Departmental Civilian Employment by Type of Service - FY 1953 . 499 

Table 293 Departmental Civilian Employment with Veterans’ Status (Including 10 Point 

Preference) By Sex - FY 1953 .. 499 

GAINS AND LOSSES 

Table 294 Accessions and Separations of USAF Civilian Personnel by Type - FY 1953 . 500 

PROMOTIONS AND DEMOTIONS 

Table 295 Promotions and Demotions of Civilian Personnel by Veteran and Non-Veteran Status, 

By Command, Continental U. S. - FY 1953 .... 501 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Table 296 USAF Civilian Incentive Awards Program - FY 1953 .. 503 

Table 297 Air Force Aid Society Summaries - FY 1953 .‘... 504 

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL TRAINING 

Table 298 USAF Civilian Employee Training by Area of Training in Continental U.S. - FY 1953 505 

XV - MEDICAL AND PATIENT TRANSPORT 

Definitions ..... 507 

BIOMETRICS 

Table 299 Worldwide Admission Rates of USAF Personnel - FY 1950 through FY 1953 . 509 

Table 300 Worldwide Non-effective Ratios of USAF Personnel - FY 1950 through FY 1953 .... 509 

Table 301 Worldwide Hospitalization Ratios of USAF Personnel - FY 1950 through FY 1953 ... 509 

UTILIZATION OF MEDICAL FACILITIES 

Table 302 Admissions and Number of Patients Occupying Beds by Type of Beneficiary, By 

Command - FY 1953 . 510 
























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TABLE OF CONTENTS -(CONTINUED) 


Pa^e Number 

XV - MEDICAL AND PATIENT TRANSPORT (CONTINUED) 

UTILIZATION OF MEDICAL FACILITIES - CONTINUED 


Table 303 Volume of Selected Outpatient Activities by Type of Beneficiary, By Command - 

FY 1953 . 511 

Table 304 Staffing Ratios of USAF Hospitals and Infirmaries, Continental U. S. - FY 1953 .... 514 

DENTAL 

Table 305 USAF Dental Health and Dental Activities at USAF Installations, Worldwide - 

FY 1953 .*. 515 

VETERINARY 

Table 306 USAF Veterinary Food Inspection Service Incident to Procurement - FY 1953 . 516 

Table 307 USAF Veterinary Food Inspection Service Incident to Surveillance * FY 1953 . 518 

Table 308 USAF Veterinary Animal Service Summary - FY 1953 . 519 


AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION 

Table 309 Military Air Transport Service Activity in the Air Evacuation of Korean War Casualties 


(bodies only) - FY 1953 .. 520 

Table 310 . Aeromedical Evacuation of Casualties from Japan by Type of War and Non-War 

Casualty - FY 1953 ... 521 

Table 311 Patient Aeromedical Evacuations - FY 1953 . 522 

Table 312 Aeromedical Evacuation of Patients Through U. S. Ports - FY 1953 . 522 


XVI - MORALE 


Introduction and Definitions . 523 

Table 313 Special Investigations Conducted by the Office of Special Investigations, Continental 

U.S. - FY 1953 .;. 526 

Tabic 314 OSI Operations in FEAF - FY 195 3 . 530 

Table 315 Court Martial Rate, in FEAF - FY 1953 . 531 

Table 316 AWOL and Man Day. Lo.t from Going AWOL in FEAF - FY 1953 . 533 

Table 317 Offenses Committed by Military Personnel by Month, by Command. Continental 

U.S. - FY 1953 .;. 534 

Table 318 Offenses Committed by Military Personnel by Month, by Command, Overseas - 

FY 1953 . 541 

Table 319 Going AWOL and Man Days Lost (AWOL) Summary - Last Half FY 1947 through 

FY 1953 . 546 

Table 320 Government Property Lost or Stolen by Military Personnel - FY 1953 . 548 

Table 321 Lost or Stolen Government Property Recovered - FY 1953 549 


XVII - COMPONENTS, ETC. 


Definitions and Introduction...... 551 

AIR FORCE RESERVE 

STRENGTH 

. Table 322 Air Force Reserve Strength by Category of Personnel Assignment - FY 1953 . 555 

Table 323 Air Force Reserve Officers Strength by Grade, By Category of Assignment - FY 1953 557 

Table 324 Air Force Reserve Airman Strength By Grade, By Category of Assignment - 

FY 1953 560 

Table 325 Air Force Reserve Strength by Type of Personnel, By Location of Residence - 

FY 1953 ... 562 

Table 326 Air Force Reserve Strength in Training Wing's and Specialist Centers by Location - 

FY 1953 564 

Table 327 Air Force Reserve Mobilization Assignee Strength by Command - FY 1953 . 566 

Table 328 Air Force Reserve Mobilization Designee Strength By Command of Assignment - 

FY 1953 . 567 

Table 329 Air Force Reserve Personnel in Pay Status Assignments by Program Element, 

By Pay Grade - FY 1953 . 569 

Table 330 Air Force Reserve Officers in Pay Status Assignments by Flying Status, By 

Category of Assignment, By Grade - FY 1953 .*. 572 
































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Page Number 

PART VII - COMPONEf-n-S, ETC. (CONTINUED) 

AIR FORCE RESERVE - CONTINUED 

GAINS AND LOSSES 

Table 331 Air Force Reserve Gains and Losses in FY 1953 ... 575 

TRAINING 

Table 332 Air Force Reserve Personnel Participating in Inactive Duty Training for Pay - 

FY 1953 .. 576 

Table 333 Air Force Reserve Inactive Duty Training Periods Accomplished for Pay - FY 1953 577 

Table 334 Air Force Reserve Personnel Participating in Unpaid Inactive Duty Training - 

FY 1953 . 578 

Table 335 Air Force Reserve Unpaid Inactive Duty Training Periods Accomplished - FY 1953 . 579 

Table 336 Air Force Reserve Active Duty Training Man-Days Completed for School and 

Other Than School Training - FY 1953 ... 580 

Table 337 Air Force Reserve Personnel who Completed Active Duty School and Other Than School 

Training - FY 1953 ...... 581 

ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE (AMS ) 

Table 338 Air Force Reserve Officers Sent to Active Military Service (AMS) By Grade, 

By Category of Personnel Assignment - FY 1953 . 582 

Table 339 Air Force Reserve Airmen Sent to Active Military Service (AMS) By Category of 

Assignment, By Grade - FY 1953 ..... 584 

Table 340 Air Force Reserve Personnel Rejected for Active Military Service (AMS) By 

Category of Personnel Assignment - FY 195 3 . 585 

PROMOTIONS 

Table 341 Air Force Reserve'Officer Promotions By Grade to Which Promoted - FY 1953 .... 586 

AIRPLANE INVENTORY AND FLIGHT OPERATIONS 

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Table 342 Functional Distribution of Air Force Reserve Airplane Inventory, By Type, 

Quarterly - FY 1953 . 587 

Table 343 Calendar Age Distribution of the Air Reserve Airplane Inventory - 30 June 1953 .... 588 

Table 344 Air Force Reserve Airplane Program - Quarterly FY 1953 . 589 

Table 345 Status and Line Classification of Air Force Reserve Airplane Inventory By Type 

and Model - Quarterly - FY.1953 . 590 

Table 346 Summary of Air Force Reserve Airplane Activities - FY 1953 . 591 

FUNDS 

Table 347 Net Obligations During FY 1953 Against Funds Available for Reserve Personnel 

Requirements - FY 1953 ... 592 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

STRENGTH 

Table 348 Air National Guard Strength (Authorized and Assigned) in Federally Recognized 

Units by State or Territory - FY 1953 .. 593 

Table 349 Air National Guard Strength (Authorized and Assigned) By State or Territory - 

FY 1953 . 594 

Table 350 Air National Guard Warrant Officer Strength (Authorized and Assigned) By State 

or Territory - FY 1953 .... 596 

TRAINING 

Table 351 Air National Guard Participation in Training Assemblies - FY 1953 ... 597 

Table 352 Air National Guard Participation in Field Training - FY 1953 . 597 

Table 353 Air National Guard Pilot Training - FY 1953 .. 598 

Table 354 Air National Guard School Training - FY 1953 ... 598 

AIRPLANE INVENTORY 

Table 355 Air National Guard Airplane Program, Quarterly - FY 1953 ... 599 
























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PART XVII - COMPONENTS, ETC. - CONTINUED 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD - CONTINUED 

AIRPLANE INVENTORY - CONTINUED 

Table 356 Functional Distribution of Air National Guard Airplane Inventory by Type, Quarterly - 

FY 1953 . 600 

Table 357 Calendar Age Distribution of Air National Guard Airplane Inventory, Quarterly - 

FY 1953 . 601 

Table 358 Status and Line Classification of Air National Guard Airplane Inventory By 

Model, Quarterly - FY 1953 . 602 

FLIGHT OPERATIONS 

Table 359 Air National Guard Flight Operations By Type and Model of Airplane - FY 1953 . 603 

Table 360 Summary of Air National Guard Airplane Activities - FY 1953 . 604 

FUNDS 

Table 36 1 Obligations During FY 1953 From Funds Appropriated for Air National Guard . 605 

AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (AFR OTC) 

ENROLLMENT 

Table 362 Formally Enrolled Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Students By 

Institution, By year of Course - FY 195 3 . 606 

COMMISSIONS GRANTED 

Table 363 USAF ROTC Commissions Granted by'Fiscal Year - FY 1947 through FY 1953 . 6 16 

Table 364 USAF ROTC Commissions Granted By Month - FY 1953 ... 616 

ACTIVE MILITARY SERVICE 

Table 365 USAF Commissioned ROTC Officers Sent to Active Military Service (AMS) By Type 

of Training * FY 1953 . 6l6 

ROTC SPECIALTY 

Table 366 Formally Enrolled Advanced Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) 

Students By ROTC Specialty - FY 1953. 617 

CIVIL AIR PATROL 

PARTICIPATION 

Table 367 Participation in Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Activities By Wing - FY 195 3 . 618 

ORGANIZATION 

Table 368 Civil Air Patrol Units By Type - FY 195 3 .. 619 

Table 359 Civil Air Patrol Wing Headquarters By Location - As of 30 June 1953 . 619 

TRAINING 

Table 370 Civil Air Patrol Training By State or Territory - FY 1953 . 620 

Table 371 Flying Activity of Civil Air Patrol on Actual Missions (Search, Rescue, and Mercy) 

FY 1953 . 622 

Table 372 Flying Activity of Civil Air Patrol on Practice Missions (Search, Rescue - 

SCARCAP) - CY 1953 . 622 

Table 37 3 Civil Air Patrol Cadet Encampment by Calendar Year - 1947 through 1953 . 622 

Table 374 Civil Air Patrol (CAP) High School Aviation Education Program - 1949 (Fall) 

through 1953 (Spring) . 623 

Table 375 Civil Air Patrol Cadet Summer Encampment - 1952 . 623 

AIRPLANE INVENTORY 

Table 376 Status and Line Classification of Civil Air Patrol Airplane Inventory By Model, 

Quarterly - FY 1953 . 625 

Table 377 Functional Distribution of CAP Airplane Inventory, Quarterly * FY 1953 . 626 


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XVI 


MAJOR AIR COMMAND DIRECTORY 


MAJOR AIR COMMAND 

That portion of U.S. Air Force command structure 
which includes appropriate headquarter a and subordi¬ 
nate units and is immediately subordinate administra¬ 
tively to Headquarters U. S. Air Force. By definition, 
this excludes U.S. Air Force ’’exempted activities' 1 , 
which are units not subordinate to any of the major 
c ommand 9. 

Major Air Commands - Continental U.S, 

Air Defense Command 

Air Materiel Command 

Air Proving Ground Command 

Air Research and Development Command 

Air Training Command 

Air University 

Continental Air Command 

Headquarters Command, USAF 

Military Air Transport Service 

Strategic Air Command 

Tactical Air Command 

USAF Security Service 

Major Air Commands - Overseas 
Alaskan Air Command 
Caribbean Air Command 
Far East Air Forces 
Northeast Air Command 
U.S. Air Forces in Europe 

SEPARATE OPERATING AGENCIES 
Air Force Finance Division 
Joint United States Military Group, 

Air Administration (Spain) 


AIR DEFENSE COMMAND 
Established, 21 March 1946; reassigned to Contin¬ 
ental Air Command, 1 December 1948; discontinued, 

1 July 1950; and re-established as a major air com¬ 
mand, 1 January 1951. 

AIR MATERIEL COMMAND 
Established, 17 July 1944 as AAF Materiel and Ser¬ 
vices; redesignated as AAF Air Technical Service 
Command, 31 August 1944; redesignated as Air Tech¬ 
nical Service Command, 1 July 1945; and redesignated 
as Air Materiel Command. 9 March 1946. 

AIR PROVING GROUND COMMAND 
Established as AAF School of Applied Tactics, 27 
October 1942; redesignated as AAF Tactical Center, 
28 October 1943; redesignated as AAF Center, 1 June 
1945; redesignated as AAF Proving Ground Command, 
26 February 1946; redesignated as Air Proving Ground 
Command, 10 July 1946; redesignated as Air Proving 
Ground and assigned to Air Materiel Command, 20 
January 1948; relieved of assignment to Air Materiel 
Command and designated a major air command, 1 June 
1948; and redesignated as Air Proving Ground Com¬ 
mand, 20 December 1951. 

AIR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMAND 
Established as Research and Development Command, 
23 January 1950; redesignated as Air Research and 
Development Command, 16 September 1950; and 
assumed powers missions and functions and respon¬ 
sibilities of the Air Force Special Weapons Center 
(formerly Special Weapons Command), 1 April 1952. 


AIR TRAINING COMMAND 
Established as Army Air Force Training Command, 
7 July 1943: and redesignated as Air Training Com¬ 
mand, 1 July 1946. 

AIR UNIVERSITY 

Established as AAF School of Applied Tactics, 1 
November 1943; redesignated as Army Air Forces 
School, 1 June 1945; and redesignated as Air Univer - 
sity, 12 March 1946. 

CONTINENTAL AIR COMMAND 
Established, 1 December 1948. 

HEADQUARTERS COMMAND, USAF 
Established aa Bolling Field Command, 15 Decem¬ 
ber 1946; and redesignated as Headquarters Command, 
USAF, 17 March 1948. 

MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE 
Established, 1 June 1948 assuming all active units 
of the discontinued Air Transport Command and Air 
Transport Service; and assumed powers. missions, 
functions and re sponsibilities of Air Pictorial Service, 
16 April 1952. 

STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND 
Established, 21 March 1946 concurrent with redes¬ 
ignation of Continental Air Forces. 

TACTICAL AIR COMMAND 
Established, 21 March 1946; reassigned to Contin¬ 
ental Air Command, 1 December 1948; and relieved 
of assignment to Continental Air Command and desig¬ 
nated a major air command, 1 December 1950. 

USAF SECURITY SERVICE 
Established.20 October 1948. 

ALASKAN AIR COMMAND 
Activated Alaska Air Forces, 15 January 1942; re¬ 
designated as 11th Air Force, 5 February 1942; and 
redesignated as Alaskan Air Command, 21 December 

1945. 

CARIBBEAN AIR COMMAND 
Activated Panama Canal Air Force, 20 November 
1940; redesignated as Caribbean Air Force, 5 August 
1941; redesignated as Sixth Air Force, 5 February 
1942; redesignated as Caribbean Air Command, 31 
July 1946; and assumed powers, missions, functions 
and responsibilities of Antilles Air Command, 31 July 

1946. 

FAR EAST AIR FORCES 

Activated Far East Air Forces, 3 August 1944; re¬ 
designated as Pacific Air Command, U.S. Army, 

6 December 1945; beginning July 1945, it included 
Fifth, Seventh, and Thirteenth Air Forces and Air 
Forces in Middle Pacific; and redesignated as Far East 
Air Forces. 1 January 1947. 

NORTHEAST AIR COMMAND 
Transferred to jurisdiction of AAF, 1 January 1946 
as Newfoundland Base Command, and assigned to Air 
Transport Command; and redesignated as Northeast 
Air Command, relieved of assignment to Military Air 
Transport Service, and designated a major air com¬ 
mand, 1 October 1950. 



XVII 


MAJOR AIR COMMAND DIRECTORY - CONTINUED 


U. S. AIR FORCES IN EUROPE 

Activated Eighth Air Force, 28 January 1942; re¬ 
designated as United States Strategic Air Forces in 
Europe, 1 March 1944; redesignated as U. S. Air For¬ 
ces in Europe, 7 August 1945; and assumed powers, 
missions, functions and responsibilities of Third Air 
Division, 21 January 1951. 


AIR FORCE FINANCE DIVISION 
Established as a separate operating agency, 1 Jan¬ 
uary 1951. 

JOINT UNITED STATES MILITARY GROUP, AIR AD¬ 
MINISTRATION (SPAIN) 

Established as a separate operating agency, 20 May 
1954. 



AIR STAFF-DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE 
MAJOR AIR COMMANDS & SEPARATE OPERATING AGENCIES 



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FEAF - Koiea Summary 


Part I 


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1 


STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF COMBAT OPERATIONS IN KOREA 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


The tables included in this section provide official USAF statistics pertaining to USAF Combat Operations in 
Korea and selected data for Far East Air Forces during the period 26 June 1950 through 27 July 1953- 

The sources of all data in this section, unless otherwise noted, were statistical and intelligence reports sub¬ 
mitted to Headquarters USAF by FEAF and the various statistical publications of FEAF. 

DEFINITIONS 

AIRCRAFT INVENTORY - ACTIVE 

Those aircraft designated as ’'active" by the utilization codes in Attachment 1 to AFR 65-110. Normally all air¬ 
craft except those receiving depot modification or reconditioning, those in storage, those on project, those await¬ 
ing reclamation, or those considered excess to the requirements of the command. 

AIRCRAFT LC6S - OPERATIONAL 

Any loss of an aircraft sustained while carrying out a combat mission or performing direct combat support. 
AIRCRAFT LCSS TO ENEMY ACTION 

An aircraft known to be lost to an exact type of enemy action (l.e. Enemy Aircraft or Ground Fire). 

AIRCRAFT LC6S TO ENEMY ACTION - CAUSE UNKNOWN 

An aircraft known to be lost due to enemy action, but the exact type of enemy action causing the loss is unknown. 
AIRCRAFT LOSS - WOT ENEMY ACTION 

An aircraft known to be lost to an exact cause of any type except that due to enemy action. 

AIRCRAFT LC6S - CAUSE UNKNOWN 

An aircraft known to be lost but for which no information is available to indicate the exact cause of loss, 
AIRCRAFT LOSS - NON -OPERATIONAL 

Any loss of an aircraft sustained while performing any type of mission other than combat or combat support. 
AIRCRAFT POSSESSED 

An aircraft is "possessed" by an organization when that organization is physically using the aircraft in the 
accomplishment of its mission. Specifically, an aircraft is considered "possessed” if the aircraft can be included 
in the definition contained in paragraph lOf, AIR 65-110, 15 January 1952. 

CASUALTY 

Any person who is dead (from any cause) or whose services are lost to his unit for 24 hours or more because of 
involuntary absence (missing), capture, internment, or wounds, or injuries requiring admission to a medical treat¬ 
ment facility. Any person undergoing treatment for wounds or injuries as of 2400 local time, is considered as having 
been lost to his unit for 24 hours or longer. Mental disorders, psychoneurotic cases, colds and other diseases (not 
causing death) are not included as casualties. Casualties are divided into "battle” and "nonbattle" categories. 

CASUALTY, BATTLE 

A person in a theater of operations who becomes a casualty as defined herein, as a result of an outside force 
or agent of the enemy, in the face of the enemy, or as a result of going to or returning from a combat mission; pro¬ 
vided that the Incident is directly related to enemy action. Where evidence is not readily available that the casu¬ 
alty was due to nonbattle factors, the person is counted as a battle casualty. * 

CCMBAT MISSION 

The disp’atch of one or more aircraft for the purpose of accomplishing a particular task of combat operations. 
Types are as follows: 

INTERDICTION AND ARMED RECONNAISSANCE 

A mission with the primary purpose of penetrating enemy lines and interdicting traffic, communications, and 
movement significant to the enemy’s military operations in a given area. 

CLOSE SUPPORT 

A mission with the primary purpose of direct close support of friendly surface forces in the accomplishment 
of their immediate objective and/or preventing front line enemy forces from carrying out their objectives and 
which require close coordination of air and surface activities prior to and/or during the mission. 

COUNTER AIR-OFFENSIVE 

A mission with the purpose of seeking out and destroying enemy air forces or escorting friendly aircraft 
on missions over enemy territory. 

COUffTER AIR-DEFENS IVE 

A mission with the purpose of defending friendly forces from attack by enemy air forces. 

RECONNAISSANCE 

A mission which Is carried out to obtain information concerning enemy resources, terrain, activities, and 
targets, or information on the results of other air operations. 

CARGO 

A mission with the primary purpose of transporting troops and their equipment and/or supplies to specified 
landing areas or to furnish logistical support in the form of personnel and/or supplies and equipment to friendly 
forces in the field. 



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STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF COMBAT OPERATIONS IN KOREA 
26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 - Co«timu«d 


SEARCH AND RESCUE 

A _ ral8sion for the purpose of locating, rescueing, or assisting personnel in distress on land or at sea, or 
for the purpose of providing "Standby' 1 rescue service such as orbit missions or escort for distressed aircraft. 

TACTICAL CONTROL 

A mission flown with the primary purpose of directing, controlling, or otherwise coordinating attacks of 
other friendly aircraft. 

OTHER 

All missions which do not fall under one of the above categories. 

COMBAT READY AyCRAFT 

An aircraft is "Combat Ready" when, without additional maintenance, the aircraft can fly safely and carry out 
the current mission of the unit. Loading bombs, ammunition, cameras, classified equipment, or any additional equip¬ 
ment necessary for operations in abnormal climatic tones, which is on hand/or can readily be installed will not be 
considered in determining the "Combat Ready" status of the aircraft. 

COMBAT READY CREW 

An aircrew Is "Combat Ready" when the unit commandei considers it capable of performing the type of flying oper¬ 
ations required by the unit’s current mission. 

COMMITTED (UNIT, AIRCRAFT, CREW) 

A unit, aircraft, or tactical crew designated by the appropriate command to participate in flying operations a- 
galnst enemy forces or in direct support of friendly forces. 

DEAD 

Includes those persons killed outright (or dying before reaching a medical treatment facility); those wounded 
or injured persons who subsequently died of their wounds or injuries (after being admitted toa medical treatment fa¬ 
cility); those persons reported as missing who were either subsequently conclusively determined to have been killed, 
or who, having been in a missing status fora year or more, were presumed to be no longer living; whether or not these 
incidents occurred "in action" or under "battle" or "noribattle" conditions. 

ENEMY AIRCRAFT DESTROYED 

An enemy aircraft definitely known to have been destroyed. One seen to crash, burn, explode, or be otherwise 
destroyed. 

EHEMY AIRCRAFT PROBABLY DESTROYED 

An enemy aircraft seen to - 'freak off combat under circumstances which lead to the conclusion that it must be a 
loss, although it was not actually seen to crash, burn, explode, or be otherwise destroyed. 

IN ACTION 

A person is "in action" when going to or returning from a combat mission, if in contact with a force, element 
or agent of the enemy; when directly engaging the enemy; when participating in a combat mission strike against the 
enemy (if in contact with a force, element, or agent of the enemy); when in contact with a force, element, or agent 
of the enemy while engaged in firefighting; search and rescue or ground activities in connection with a combat mis¬ 
sion; or while under attack by a force, element or agent of the enemy. 

MISSING 

Any person is missing who is involuntarily absent or who fails to return from a scheduled flight or mission, and 
who is not known to be dead, AWOL, in a hospital, in confinement, on leave, or in any other absent category. 

OPERATIONAL FLYING HOURS 

All hours flown on combat missions or on missions in support of combat operations. 

PRISONERS OF WAR 

Persons, previously listed as missing, who are verified by the International Red Cross, State Department, or 
other international organization as being in the hands of the enemy. 

RETIREMENT 

Retired from combat flying upon completion of tour. For the purpose of this report only those personnel who 
have completed a tour of duty and are withdrawn from combat flying and are not expected to perform any additional 
combat duty on the current tour are to be considered as retirements. 

RETURNS TO MILITARY CONTROL 

Personspreviously reported as missing, who have returned to military control from a missing status. 

SORTIE 

One aircraft airborne on a mission against the enemy or in direct support of combat operations. 

EFFECTIVE SORTIE 

A sortie which carries out the purpose of its mission. 

NON-EFFECTIVE SORTIE 

A sortie vEich falls for any reason to carry out the purpose of the mission. Non-effective sorties include 
aborts, sorties forced to turn back due to enemy action, or lost prior to accomplishing the purpose of the mis¬ 
sion. 

TACTICAL AIR CREW 

A stipulated number of tactical air crew personnel locally organized as a crew to operate primary tactical unit 
aircraft. 



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STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF COMBAT OPERATIONS IN KOREA 
26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 - Continued 


TACTICAL AIR CREW PERSONNEL 

~ Personnel whose current principal duty is the occupancy of an air crew position in a primary tactical unit air¬ 
craft . 

TACTICAL UNIT 

A unit designated for direct accomplishment of combat or for operations in direct support thereof. Primarily 
a tactical unit (for purposes of APB 55-^3) i8 the type of unit listed in parts A, C, and D,*-table II, AFL 150-10, 
2 February 1953* However, provisional and/or Table of Distribution units organized for participation in or direct 
support of combat operations, for example the 6l47th Tactical Control Group of Far East Air Forces, are also included. 

WOUNDED OR INJURED 

Persons suffering physical harm or damage from causes other than disease, whether or not the harm or damage was 
caused by force or violence; was accompanied by external bleeding; resulted in the tearing, piercing, laceration or 
breaking of the skin or mucous membrane; or happened under "battle" or "nonbattle" conditions. Includes all persons 
reported as wounded or injured, but who later returned to duty, were evacuated to U. S., or were separated; excludes 
those persons reported as wounded or injured who subsequently died of their wounds or injuries. 



MAP 




49 FB Gp 
3 Res Sq 
(Fit C) 


3 R»» Sq 
(Fit A) 


374 TC Gp 


ti FB Gp 
9 FB Sq 
4 Ftr Sq (AV) 

63 Ftr Sq (AH) 
339 Ftr Sq (ah) 
(Minus 1 Fit) 


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DEPLOYMENT OF COMMITTED TACTICAL UNITS - 27 JULY 1953 





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TABLE 1 - FEAF ORGANIZATION - 23 JUNE 1950 


23 juke 1950 


13th Air Force 


-- 18 Fighter Bomber Wing. 

21 Troop Carrier Squadron, a/ 

6208 Depot Wing. 

2k Maintenance Group. 

2k Supply Group. 

2 Air Rescue Squadron, Headquarters and Flights A 
and B. Assigned MATS, Attached FEAF. 


5th Air Force 


r* 8 Fighter Bomber Wing, 35 , 36 and 80 Squadrons. 

3 Bombardment Wing, Light, 8 and 13 Squadrons. 

35 Fighter Interceptor Wing, 39> ^0, and Ul Squadrons 
'"‘37 1 * Troop. Carrier Wing, Heavy, 6 and 22 Squadrons. 

—1+9 Fighter Bomber Wing, 7 , 8 , and 9 Squadrons. 

8 Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron. 

68 Fighter Squadron (All Weather). 

339 Fighter Squadron (All Weather). 

3 Air Rescue Squadron. Assigned MATS, Attached JEAF. 


5th Air Force - Continued 

512 Weather Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range). 
Assigned MATS, Attached FEAF. 

20th Air Force 

-~19 Bombardment Wing, Medium, 28 , 30, and 93 Squadrons. 
— 51 Fighter Interceptor Wing, 16 , 25, and 26 Squadrons. 
^ Fighter Squadron (All Weather). 

31 Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron. Assigned SAC, 
Attached FFAF. 

2 Air Rescue Squadron, Flights C and D. Assigned 
MATS, Attached FEAF. 

51** Weather Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range). 
Assigned MATS, Attached FEAF. 

FEAMCCM 

13 Maintenance Group. 

13 Supply Group. 

13 Medical Group. 

13 Air Base Group. 


a/ Assigned 5 th Air Force, Attached 13th Air Force for all purposes. 

Source; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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ORGANIZATION - JULY 1953 


5TH AF 


c 


6 Ftr Bmr Wg 


ZH 


18 Ftr Bmr Wg Li 

_n 


1*9 Ftr Bmr Wg M 

(Less Q Ftr Bmr Sq) 


51 Ftr Intcp Wg 
(Less 26 Sq) 


^9 Ftr Jntqp Sq x 


(ASGD 35 


rtcp Sq 
F/j Wg) 


3 Bomb Wg (L) 


IH 


17 Bomb Wg (L) 


67 Tac Ren Wg 


z 


502 Tac Cont Gp 


| _ 61^7 Tac Cont Gp 

| 417 Engr Avn Brig 

t -.--- 

\ 4 Ftr Intcp Wg 

58 Ftr Bomb Wg 
474 Ftr Bomb Wg 
319 Ftr Intcp Sq 
2 SAAF Ftr Sq 
77 RAAF Ftr Sq 

|_g!57__Alr_ ReB_Sj_ \ 


B000 BASE SERV GP 


FEAF 


1808 AACS WG 


I 


20TH AF 


19 Bomb Wg (M) 


6319 Air Base Wg 


529 AC & W Gp 


6351 Air Base Wg 
4 Ftr Intcp Sq & 

26 Ftr Intcp Sq Atch 


I 


j 54 Strat Ren Sq Wea 

i 33&34 Sqo, 2D Air Rescue Gp j 
|^79 Air Rea Sq, 11 A ir Res Gj? J 


I3TH AF 


44 Ftr Bmr Sq 


381 ARC Wg 


2 Air Rescue Gp 
(Less 33 & 34 Sqs) 


2143 AIR WEA WG 




3I5TH ADIV 




-L 

374 Trp Carr Wg (H) 


~C 

315 Trp Carr Wg (m) 


< 

6127 Air Terminal Gp 


-c 

646l Trp Carr sq (M) 


f 




483 Trp Carr Wg (m) 

314 Trp Carr Gp (m) i 


RHAF Det 
RTAF Det 


JADF 


39 An DIV 
(DEFEtEE) 


911 AC & W Gp 




|_12 Strat Fti_Wg_ r 


FEALOGFOR 


24 Air Depot Wg 


— | 6400 Air Depot Wg 

-c 


75 Air Depot Wg 


L- j 6418 Air Depot Wg 


FEAF BOMGOM 


19 Bomb Wg (f) 

98 Bomb Wg (m) 
307 Bomb Wg (m) 

91 Strat Ren Sq Photo 
Det 2, 91 strat Ren Wg 


ASGD FEAF 
ATCH FEAF 


4l AIR DIV 
(DEFEI6E) 


35 Ftr Intcp Wg u 
(Leas 39 Ftr Intcp Sq) 


339 Ftr Intcp Sq 


528 AC & W GP 


6101 Air Base Wg j 


HZ 6l6l Air Base Wg | 


43 AIR DIV 
(DEFENSE) 


9 Ftr Bmr *Sq 

(ASGD 49 Ftr Bmr Wg) 


Strat Ren Sq Wea 
_ _3_A!iL. Rescue Gp_J 


6l60 Air Base Wg 


68 Ftr Intcp Sq 


527 AC fit W Gp 


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TABLE 2 


FEAF ORGANIZATION - 27 JULY 1953 


27 JULY 1953 


5th Air Force 

’ 8 Fighter Bomber Wing, 35, 36 and 00 Squadrons. 

*7 18 Fighter Bomber Wing, 12 and 67 Squadrons. 

49 Fighter Bomber-Wing, 7 and 0 Squadrons. 

— 51 Fighter Interceptor Wing, 16 and 25 Squadrons- 
39 Fighter Interceptor Squadron (35 Wg), attached. 

— 3 Bombardment Wing, Light, 8, 13 and 90 Squadrons. 

—* 17 Bombardment Wing, Light, 34, 37 and 95 Squadrons. 
67 Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, 12, 15 and 45 
Squadrons. 

502 Tactical Control Croup, 605 Squadron. Also 606 , 
607 and 6O0 AC&W Squadrons. 

6147 Tactical Control Group, 6l48 and 6l49 Squadrons. 
417 Engineering Aviation Brigade. 

4 Fighter Interceptor Wing, 334, 335 and 336 
Squadrons. Attached FEAF. 

58 Fighter Bomber Wing, 69 , 310 and 3H Squadrons. 
Attached FEAF. 

474 Fighter Bomber Wing, 428, 429 and 430 Squadrons. 
Attached FEAF. 

319 Fighter Interceptor Squadron. Attached FEAF. 

2 South African Air Force (SAAF) Fighter Squadron. 
Attached FEAF. 

77 Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Fighter Squadron. 
Attached FEAF. 

2157 Air Rescue Squadron. Attached FEAF. 


13 th Air Force 

44 Fighter Bomber Squadron (18 Wg). 

581 Air Resupply and Communications Wing. 

2 Air Rescue Group, 31 and 32 Squadrons. 
Attached FEAF. 


20th Air Force 

19 Bombardment Wing, Medium, 28, 30 and 93 Squadrons. 
6319 Air Base Wing. 

529 AC&W Group, 623 , 624, 851 and 852 Squadrons. 

6351 Air Base Wing, 4 and 26 Fighter Interceptor 
Squadrons attached. 

54 Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Weather). 
Attached FEAF. 

2 Air Rescue Group, 33 and 34 Squadrons. Attached 
FEAF. 

11 Air Rescue Group, 79 Squadron. Attached FEAF. 


FEAF Logistical Forces 

24 Air Depot Wing. 
6400 Air Depot Wing. 

75 Air Depot Wing. 
6410 Air Depot Wing. 


Japan Air Defense Force 

39 Air Division (Defense) 

5H AC&W Group, 6l3 f 847 Q nd 848 Squadrons. 

12 Strategic Fighter Wing. Attached FEAF. 

41 Air Division (Defense) 

35 Fighter Interceptor Wing, 40 and 
4l Squadrons. 

339 Fighter Interceptor Squadron. Attached FEAF. 
528 AC&W Group, 611, 621 and 049 Squadrons. 

6101 Air Base Wing. 

6 l 6 l Air Base Wing. 

9 Fighter Bomber squadron, assigned 49 Fighter 
Bomber Wing. 

56 Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Weather). 
Attached FEAF. 

3 Air Rescue Group. Attached FEAF. 

43 Air Division (Defense) 

6160 Air Base Wing. 

68 Fighter Interceptor Squadron. 

527 AC&W Group, 6l0, 6l8, 620 and 850 Squadrons. 


315th Air Division 

374 Troop Carrier Wing, Heavy, 6 , 21 and 22 Squadrons. 
315 Troop Carrier Wing, Medium, 19, 34, 43 and 344 
Squadrons. 

6127 Air Terminal Group. 

646l Troop Carrier Squadron, Medium. 

483 Troop Carrier Wing, Medium, 815 , 8 l 6 and 817 
Squadrons. Attached FEAF. 

314 Troop Carrier Group, Medium, 50 6 l and 62 
Squadrons. Attached FEAF. 

Royal Hellenic Air Force (RHAF) Detachment (C-47). 
Attached FEAF. 

Royal Thailand Air Force (RTAF) Detachment (C-47). 
Attached FEAF. 


FEAF Bomber Command 


19 Bombardment Wing, Medium, 28, 30 and 93 Squadrons. 
Assigned 20th Air Force. 

98 Bombardment Wing, Medium, 343 1 344 and 345 Squadrons 
Attached FEAF. 

307 Bombardment Wing, Medium, 370, 371 and 372 Squadrons 
Attached FEAF. 

91 Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Photo), 

Detachment 2, attached FEAF, 91 Strategic Recon¬ 
naissance Wing. 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 






CONFIDENTIAL 


tables 


FEAF AIRBASE FACILITIES AS OF 31 JULY 1953 


AIRFIELDS 

ACTIVE RUNWAYS 

| HARDSTAHDS 

APRONS 

AVN FUEL 
BULK STOR 
CAP BBLS 

REMARKS 

NAME 

MAXIMUM 

TYPE ACFT 

CLASS 

STA¬ 

TUS 

NO 

LENGTH 

(FT) 

WIDTH 

(FT) 

SURFACE 

GROSS LOAD 
(1000 lbs) 

CONDI¬ 

TION 

NO 

SUR¬ 

FACE 

WARMUP 
(5Q YDS) 

SERVICE & 
PARKING 
(SQ YDS) 

JAPAN 
















Ashiya. 

0 - 119 , 0-51 

AB 

A 

1 

6,000 

165 

CCON 

so 

GOOD 

61 

CCON 

18,336 

138,171 

11,500 

PSP Overruns 200 1 SE 











4 

PSP 




150* NW 

Atsugl. 

Fav.c-si.f^F 

NAS 

A 

1 

6,000 

150 

CCON 

80 

EXC 

- 

- 

30,000 

207,502 

22,000 

Transferred to Navy 

Bofu. 

F-ao.c-5 1 * 

AB 

A 

1 

5,300 

117 

CCON 

so 

COOD 

- i 

- 

4,444 

52,336 

- 

Hills L Mts Near Fid 

Brady . . 

C-i*5 

AB 

A 

2 

1,191 

150 

PSP 

60 

FAIR 

22 

PSP 

7,777 

11,666 

2,000 

REUAJ 






3,781 

261 










Chltoae #1. . . . 

C-51,F-81 

AAB 

A 

1 

7,000 

150 

CCON 

82 

FAIR 

- 

- 

1,112 

*> 7,309 

17,719 


Chltose #2. . . . 


AAB 

I 

1 

8,200 

- 

CCON 

40 

POOR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REUAJ 

Hachlnohe .... 

C-16 

AAB 

I 

1 

3,935 

326 

CCON 

60 

POOR 

- 

- 

• 

78,180 

n,ooo 

REUAJ 

Hamanatfeu .... 

B-17 

AB 

I 

1 

1,593 

328 

CCON 

60 

POOR 

- 

• 

- 

78,531 

* 


Haneda. ..... 

C-97 

AB 

A 

2 

7,000 

150 

AC ON 

no 

FAIR 

5 

PSP 

20,000 

66,711 

22,500 

MATS International 






5,300 

150 

ACON 

80 

GOGD 




bO,l51 



Harshin . 

c-5l 

AAB 

I 

2 

5,226 

328 

CCON 

37 

GOOD 


_ 

_ 

71,511 

_ 







1,226 

328 

CCON 


GOOD 







Hltoyoshl .... 


AAB 

I 

1 ■ 

1,920 

161 

CCON 

6 

FAIR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Released 

Itaini. 

C-5l, ad-3,F9F 

AB 

A 

2 

6,000 

328 

CCON 

80 

GOOD 

14 

CCON 


133,178 

25,000 







1,225 

328 

CCON 


COCO 







Itazuke ..... 

C-12l,F-Sl 

AB 

A 

1 

9,ooo 

150 

ACON 

no 

EXC 

17 

GRAVEL 

19,888 

266,832 

97,213 

Overruns 100’ N Side 








CCON 



3 

CCON 




CCON 1000' S Side 
















Gravel 

Iyakuni . 

C-51 

aB 

A 

1 

5,000 

150 

CCON 

00 

GOOD 

- 

- 

- 

23,300 

2,520 


Jimmachl. 

c-16 

AAB 

I 

1 

1,920 

161 

CCON 

30 

FAIR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Released 

Johnson . 

C-5l,F-80,F-9l 

AB 

A 

1 

6,000 

150 

CCON 

70 

EXC 

10 

PSP 

19,013 

00,666 

67,571 












18 

ACON 





Kabayama. 

B-25 

AAB 

I 

1 

3,838 

258 

CCON 

35 

GOOD 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Released 

Kanoya. 

B-25 

AAB 

I 

1 

5,670 

161 

CCON 

35 

POOR 

- 

- 

- 

900,000 

- 

Released 

Klaarazu. 

f- 86 , 81 , 80,91 

AB 

A 

1 

6,000 

150 

ACON 

60 

POOR 

_ 

• 

17,000 

61,200 

11,385 

200 ASPH Overrun Each 








CCON 








End 


CONFIDENTIAL 










































confidential 


TABLE 3 — FEAF AIRBASE FACILITIES AS OF 31 JULY 1953 - ConriHun. 


AIRFIELDS 

ACTIVE RUNWAYS 

j KAHDSTAHDS 

APRONS 

AVN FUEL 
BULK STOR 
CAP BBLS 

REMARKS 

NAME 

MAXIMUM 

TYPE AC FT 

CLASS 

STA¬ 

TUS 

NO 

LENGTH 

(FT) 

WIDTH 

(FT) 

SURFACE 

gross load 

(IOOO lbs) 

CONDI¬ 

TION 

NO 

SUR¬ 

FACE 

WARMUP 
(SQ YDS) 

SERVICE & 
PARKING 
(SQ YDS) 

JAPAN (Cont'd) 
















Xochi.. 

C -1*7 

AAB 

A 

1 

<*,133 

197 

CCON 

35 

UNK 

- 

- 

- 

1,429,974 


Released 

Komaki. 

C-5 1 * 

AB 

A 

1 

7,500 

150 

CCON 

82 

EXC 

a/ 1 

CCON 

1*0,148 

113,556 

35,071 

a/ OCA 

Komatsu ..... 

F-51 

AAB 

IE 

1 

5,635 

328 

CCON 

15 

FAIR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Konolke . 

F-51 

AAB 

I 

2 

5,237 

262 

CCON 

_ 

POOR 

_ 


_ 


_ 

Released 






4,948 

262 

CCON 

- 

POOR 

- 

“ 


- 

- 


Matsushima. . . . 

C-46 

AAB 

A 

2 

6,000 

150 

AiCCON 

80 

GOOD 


_ 

27,236 

89,653 

53,000 

REUAJ. Airborne Train 






5,000 

263 

CCON 

55 

FAIR 

- 

- 

* 

* 

- 

ing Field. 

Miho. 

C-54.B-26 

AB 

A 

2 

<*,053 

262 

ACON 


POOR 

. 

. 

17,776 

268,172 

5,04o 







6,000 

150 

CCON 


POOR 

- 


- 


- 


Mineyana. 

t-6 

AAB 

E 

1 

2,000 

80 

GRAVEL 


POOR 

- 

• 

- 

- 

- 


Misawa. 

B-29,f-84 

AB 

A 

1 

6,500 

150 

CCON 


GOOD 

101 

- 

49,300 

168,550 

178,714 


Mito East .... 

t-6 

AAB 

I 

1 

3,155 

238 

CCON 


POOR 

37,494 

_ 


39,372 

_ 









PSP 

■ 


Sq Yds 






Miyazaki. 

t-6 

AAB 

I 

2 

5,25<* 

328 

CCON 

■ 

POOR 


_ 

_ 

93,841 

_ 

Encroachment 






<*,950 

262 

CCON 


POCK 

- 

- 

* 




Niigata . 

c-54,f-86 

AAB 

I 

1 

6,000 

150 

CCON 


GOOD 

25 

CCON 

14,888 

16,666 

11,000 


Coura. 

L-5 

AAB 

I 

1 

2,970 

100 

CCON 

6 

POCK 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Released 

Ozukl ...... 

T-6 

AAB 

I 

1 

3,960 

198 

CCON 

30 

POCF 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Released 

Shiroi.. 

t-6 

AAB 

A 

1 

<>,950 

328 

CCON 

6 

POOR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Sons. 

F-51 

AAB 

IE 

1 

<*,9<*o 

198 

CCON 

15 

FAIR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Tachikawa .... 

0-124 

AB 

A 

1 

a/ 5,000 

150 

ACON 

150 

EXC 

1 

CCON 

_ 

293,738 

72,500 

a/ PSP Overruns 850'N 
















950 'S 

Takamatsu .... 

F-51 

AAB 

I 

1 

<1,100 

200 

ACON 

12 

POOR 

- 


* 

19,760 

- 

Released 

Tojlmbara .... 


AAB 

I 

I 

1,800 

151 

SCO 

- 

POOR 

- 

- 

• 

- 

- 

Being Released 

Tsuiki. 

C-54.F-86 

AAB 

A 

1 

7,000 

130 

PSP 

60 

FAIR 

59 

PSP 

- 

279,038 

16,000 


Yalsu . 

b -26 

AAB 

I 

1 

4,921 

262 

CCON 

35 

GOOD 

- 

- 

• 

17,927 

- 

Encroachment 


CONFIDENTIAL 































CONFI DENTIAL 


TABLE 3 - 


FEAF AIRBASE FACILITIES AS OF 31 JULY 1953 - CoMTittueo 


tv 


- 

AIRFIELDS 



ACTIVE RUIWAY5 

HARDSTANDS 

- APR0K3 


REMARKS 

NAME 

MAXIMUM 

TYPE ACFT 

CLASS 

STA¬ 

TUS 

NO 

LENGTH 

(FT) 

WIDTH 

(FT) 

SURFACE 

CROSS LOAD 
(1000 lba) 

CONDI¬ 

TION 

NO 

SUR¬ 

FACE 

WARMUP 
(SQ YDS) 

SERVICE & 
PARKING 
(SQ YDS) 

AVTT FUEL 
BULK STOP 
CAP BBLS 

JAP ATI (cont’d) 
















Yakumo. 

C-54,F-84 

AAB 

I 

1 

6,ooo 

150 

CCON 

80 

EXC 

- 

- 

17,444 

26,666 

11,000 


Yokota. . 

B-29.F-94 

AB 

A 

1 

6,000 

150 

CCON 

140 

GOOD 

39 

PSP 

17,150 

210,831 

181,054 

Concrete Overruns 











21 

CCON 




1000’ Each End 











ho 

SST 





WO JIMA 
















Central. 

B-29 

AB 

A 

1 

9,600 

200 

ACON 

140 

FAIR 

- 

- 

- 

305,000 

20,000 


GUAM 
















Anderson. 

b-29,F-84 

AFB 

A 

2 

8,500 

200 

ACON 

140 

GOOD 

72 

ACON 

135,940 

604,550 

40,000 

Coral Overruns 






6,500 

180 

ACON 


GOOD 

84 

CORAL 

- 

- 

* 

1000 r Each End 

Harmon. 


AFB 

I 

1 

7,000 

200 

SST 

1 U 0 

GOOD 

82 

SST 

- 

606,100 

13,000 


N. V. Guam. . . . 


AAB 

I 

2 

3,503 

180 

ACON 

140 

GOOD 

25 

CORAL 

_ 

876,183 

_ 







8,519 

150 

ACON 


GOOD 

2 

ACON 

- 

- 

- 


PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 
















Clark . 

B-29,F-80 

AFB 

A 

1 

8,500 

150 

CCON 

140 

GOOD 

t— CVJ 
CO 

ACON 

15,811 

208,488 

50,000 


RYUKYUS 
















ftirora. 

C -47 

AAB 

I 

1 

1,700 

150 

CORAL 

30 

POOR 

- 

" 

- 


- 


Ie Shima. 


AAB 

I 

3 

7,000 

150 

COWB 

80 

FAIR 

200 

CCWB 

. 

101,777 








7,000 

100 

CCWB 














6,600 

150 

CCWB 









OKINAWA 
















Avase . 


AAB 

I 

1 

5,000 

160 

ACON 

00 

GOOD 

67 

CCWB 

- 

40,555 

- 


Bolo. 


AAB 

I 

1 

a/ 


_ 

. 

_ 

y 

, 

_ 

- 

_ 

a/ A/F Redesignated 
















fT/ 52 Hardstanda Prog 

Futeoa. 

B-29 

AAB 

I 

1 

8,000 

200 

ACON 

140 

EXC 

2 h 

ACON 

3,500 

26,600 

20,000 

CSAP Overruns 500'SV, 
















600'KE. 

Kadena. ..... 

B-29.B-36 

AB 

A 

2 

9,500 

300 

ACON 

357 

EXC 

89 

ACON 

- 

108,333 

150,000 







9.900 

200 

AAACON 

140 








Motobu. 


AAB 

I 

1 

7,000 

100 

CORAL 

1*0 

FAIR 

51 

CCWB 

- 

191,072 

- 

Coral Overruns 50*SW, 
















300’NE 

Naha. . . 


AB 

- 

1 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

146,881 

70,000 

R/v To Be Opnl Uan54 

Yonaharu. 


NAS 

- 

1 

7 ( ooo 

150 

ACON 

hO 

- 

86 

CCWB 

- 

495,800 

- 

Transferred to Navy 

Yontan. 

B-29,F-81t 

AAB 

y a 

1 

7,000 

150 

ACON 

140 

GOOD 

24 

ACON 

- 

608,700 

14,000 

1/ Limited Active 


confidential 
















CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 3 - FEAF AIRBASE FACILITIES AS OF 31 JULY 1953 - Coitinuid 


UJ 

o 


o 

o 

0 


4k 


Ul 













- 1 

I. 

- 1 




AIRFIELDS 





ACTIVE RUNWAYS 1 


HARDSTANDS | 

S APRONS ! 

















AVN FUEL 


NAME 

MAXIMUM 

TYPE ACFT 

CLASS 

STA¬ 

TUS 

NO 

LENGTH 

(FT) 

WIDTH 

(ft) 

SURFACE 

GROSS LOAD 
(1000 lbs) 

CONDI¬ 

TION 

! 

NO 

SUR¬ 

FACE 

WARMUP 
(SQ YDS) 

SERVICE & 
PARKING 
(SQ YDS) 

BULK ST OR 
CAP BBLS 

REMARKS 

KOREA 

Pusan West. . . . 

B- 26 ,c-UT,F -86 

AB 

A 

1 

7,000 

150 

ASPH 

100 

GOOD 

| • . 

_ 

_ 

6 l,lll 

12,000 


Taegu ^1. 

F-84, c-124,8-26 

AB 

E 

2 

8,100 

100 

PSP 

82 

GOOD 

a/ 29 

_ 


98,000 

L4 ,000 

a/ Revetments 




A 


9,000 

150 

CC0N 

100 

EXC 





5,000 


pohang-Dong . . . 

C-47,f3D 

AB 

A 

1 

6,007 

150 

CCON 

82 

GOOD 

_ 

_ 

_ 

'48,666 

6,000 









ASPH 







20,000 


Sachon....... 

C-54,F-51 

AB 

A 

a / 1 

4,923 

197 

CCON 

30 

GOOD 


- 

- 

7,111 

- 

a/ Limited. Opnl 

Taejon. 

F-51 

AB 

E 

1 

3,850 

U5 

GRAVEL 

- 

EXC 


_ 

. 

GRAVEL 

_ 















AREA 



Pyongtaek .... 

F-86,b-17,C-54 

AB 

A 

2 

4,900 

100 

PSP 

82 

FAIR 

_ 

_ 

_ 

110,000 

15,000 







8,000 

150 

CCON 


EXC 







Kwanju. ..... 

C —1+7 

AB 

E 

1 

3,825 

100 

ASPH 

30 

POOR 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Kuna an. 

B-26,F-86,F3D 

AB 

A 

1 

a/ 9,000 

150 

ACON 

100 

GOOD 


_ 

_ 

120,466 

11,000 

a/ New Strip Under 


C-47 




9,000 

150 1 

CCON 

100 


b/ 67 

- 

- 

20,000 

Constr. b/ Revetments, 

Pusan East. . . . 

B-26,C-54,f-51 

AB 

A 

1 

6,490 

150 

ASPH 

6 o 

GOOD 

- 

- 

- 

45,555 

8 ,ooo 


Chinhae . 

C-47 

AB 

A 

1 

4,155 

150 

PSP 

80 

GOOD 

• 

- 

- 

24,222 

13,000 


Ulaan . 


AB 

E 

1 

2,000 

50 

CCON & 

LIAS ON 

GOOD 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 









EARTH 

ONLY 








Mangun. 


AB 

E 

1 

6,900 

4oo 

a/ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

a/ Reverting to Farm¬ 
land 

Suwon ...... 

B-26,F-S6,c-47 

AB 

A 

1 

9,000 

150 

ASPH 

82 

GOOD 

c/131 

- 

“ 

56,333 

a/ 4,000 
b/ 51,000 

a/ AVGAS- b/ JP4. 
c/ Revetments. 

Kimpo ...... 

F-86,b-26,C-54 

AB 

A 

1 

d/ 6,200 

150 

ASPH 

82 

GOOD 

c/ 86 

_ 

_ 

102,777 

&/ 8,000 

a/ AVGAS, b/ JP4 













5/50,000 

c/ Revetments. d/R/W 
















Being Ext 2000 1 . 

Seoul . . 

F-66,B-£6,c-54, 

C-124 

AB 

A 

1 

5,650 

120 

ASPH 

82 

GOOD 

" 


“ 

7l,m 

6,000 


Kangnung. 

F-51.C-47 

AB 

A 

1 

5,693 

100 

PSP 

30 

POOR 

- 

- 

- 

19,111 

2,000 

ROK AF 

Taegu #2. 

f-86,b-26,f-51. 

AB 

a/ 

i ! 

4,335 

140 

ASPH 

82 

GOOD 

_ 


_ 

21,622 

_ 

a/ Limited Operations. 


C-54,c-47 














Wonju . 


AB ] 

E 

i 

2,700 

100 

GRAVEL 

- 

GOOD 

- 

- 

- 

SOD AREA 

- 



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CONFI DENTIAL 


TABLE 3 - FEAF AIRBASE FACILITIES AS OF 31 JULY 1953 - Co*t,nu„ 


AIRFIELDS 

ACTIVE RUNWAYS 

HANDSTANDS 

APRONS 

AVN'FUEL 
BULK STOP 
CAP BBIS 

REMARK5 

NAME 

MAXIMUM 

TYPE AC FT 

CLASS 

STA¬ 

TUS 

NO 

LENGTH 

(FT) 

WIDTH 

(FT) 

SURFACE 

GROSS LOAD 
(1000 lbs) 

CONDI¬ 

TION 

NO 

SUR¬ 

FACE 

WARMUP 
(SQ YDS) 

SERVICE flc 
PARKING 
(SQ YDS) 

KOREA (Cont'd) 
















Moaulpo . 

C-U7 

AB 

E 

1 

It ,000 

3,000 

SOD 

70 

GOCD 

‘ 

- 

- 

SOD AREA 

- 


Cheju . 

c-67 

AB 

a/ 

2 

5,050 

870 

SCO 

70 

GOOD 



- 

BCD AREA 

- 

a/ Limited Operations. 






6,075 

570 

SCO 

70 

GOOD 







Chungju . 

C-67 

AB 

E 

1 

3,200 

100 

GRAVEL 


GOCD 

_ 

- 

_ 

SCO AREA 


Glide Anglest SW 6 : 
















1, NE 10; 1 Limited 
















Operations 

Andong.' . 


AB 

E 

1 

3,250 

100 

GRAVEL 

- 

VERY 

- 

- 

- 

SOD AREA 

- 











POOR 







Kyongju . 


AB 

E 

1 

3,620 

100 

CRAVEL 

- 

GOOD 

- 

- 

- 

SCD AREA 

- 

Limited Operations 

Yoju. 

C-67 

AB 

E 

1 

3,700 

160 

GRAVEL 

30 

FAIR 


- 

- 

1,115 

- 

Limited Operations 

Boengsong .... 

C-67 

AB 

A 

1 

6,800 

100 

ASPH & 

37 

EXC 

. 

. 

* 

11,111 

2,000 









PSP 









Chunchon. .... 

C-67,LT-6 

AB 

A 

1 

6,190 

130 

ASPH 

8o 

GOOD 

a/ 56 

- 

- 

16,111 

2,000 

a/ Revetments 

Irl. 


AB 

E 

1 

3,000 

100 

DECOMP 


POOR 



. 

- 

- 

Old Japanese r/W. 








JRANITE 









Seoul East. . . . 


SITE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Sokcho-Ri .... 


AB 

E 

1 

6,377' 

120 

DEC CMP 

8o 

FAIR 

_ 

- 

_ 

SCO AREA 

- 









jRANITE 









Inji. 


AB 

E 

1 

6,000 

150 

ASPH 

30 

GOOD 

- 

- 

- 

32,200 

- 


Yanggu. 


AB 


1 

6,000 

150 

gravel 

8° 

EXC 

- 

- 

- 

60,333 

- 


Paengyong .... 

C-67 

AB 


1 

6,000 

LOO 

BEACH 

BEACH 

FAIR 

_ 

. 

- 

BEACH AREA 

_ 

Usable Only at Low 
















Tide 

Cho-Do. 

c -67 

AB 


1 

3,500 

100 

BEACH 

BEACH 

FAIR 

- 

- 

- 

BEACH AREA 

- 

Usable Only at Lov 
















Tide 

Osan-Ni. 

C-126,B-26,F-86 

AB 


1 

9,ooo 

150 

CCON 

100 

EXC 

. 


- 

96,666 

a/ 6,000 

Airfield Under Conatr. 















S/66,000 

a/ AVGAS. 6/ JP6. 




u 














NOTE: 

AFB 

- Air Force Base 

CCON - 

Cement Concrete 

NAS 

- Naval Air Station 

A 

- Active 


AB 

- Air Base 

CCJWB - 

Coral Water Bound 

CSWB 

Crushed Stone Wcterbound 

I 

- Inactive 


AAB 

ACON 

- Auxiliary Air Base 

- Asphalt Concrete 

CSAP - 
DAST - 

SST - 

Crushed Stone Asphalt Penetrated 
Double Asphaltic Surface Treatment 
Single Asphaltic Surface Treatment 

GRAP 

PSP 

REUAJ 

- Gravel Asphalt Penetrated 

- Pierced Steel Plank 

- Real Estate Under Army Jurisdiction 

E 

- Emergency 

Source; 

Operations Statistics Division, 

Directorate 

of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 








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TABLE 4 - SUMMARY OF FEAF OPERATIONS . BY QUARTER - JULY 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 
(USAF, USMC AND FRIENDLY FOREIGN) 


TYPE OPERATION 

Tory. 

JUL- 

SEP 

1950 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1951 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT - 
DEC 

JAN - 
MAR 

1952 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- ■ 
MAR 

1953 

APR- 

JUN 

1-27' 

JUL 

Number Groups/Squadrons . 

19/62 

16/1*4 

19/57 

19/59 

19/59 

18/59 

18/62 

18/63 

19/66 

20/70 

19/68 

19/67 

19/68 

19/69 

Aircraft Possessed. 

1,21*8 ' 

657 

1,01*0 

1,133 

1,156 

1,215 

1,230 

1,272 1 

1,261 

1,111 

1,505 

1,151 

1,516 

1,536 

Combat Ready . 

839 

1*12 

621 

710 

756 

832 

801 

796 

812 

988 

1,015 

1,009 

1,130 

1,140 

Crews Possessed . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

N/A 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Combat Ready. 

N/ A 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Sorties - Total . 

861,011 

1*2,778 

59,838 

72,817 

81,21*9 ! 

61,1*1*1 

71,999 

69,380 

78,086 

67,805 

76,215 

66,635 

86,050 

23,518 

7,532 

Close Support . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

5,915 

6,511 

3,851 

7,133 

9,822 

11,592 

8,029 

19,380 

Interdiction and Armed Reconnaissance . . . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a : 

n/a 

Counter Air Offensive . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

. 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Counter Air Defensive . 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

1,586 

1,570 

2,863 

3,135 

1,877 

1,765 

2,823 

3,118 

680 

Cargo . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

15,299 

11,710 

11,811 

13,106 

13,398 

12,837 

13,059 

11,371 

3,773 

Other . 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

10,659 

12,117 

12,136 

15,310 

11,801 

12,827 

13,072 

16,180 

3,736 

Aircraft Losses - Total . 

Enemy Action.. . . . 

1,986 

i,oii 

11*2 

82 

ill 

51 

170 

62 

255 

11*0 

208 

113 

205 

13a 

182 

106 

160 

95 

133 

n 

107 

53 

89 

5° 

117 

Si 

41 

15 

Air-to-Air. . . . . 

11*7 

5 

4 

4 

11 

11 

31 

14 

IS 

16 

15 

7 

5 

3 

Ground Fire . 

816 

73 

17 

52 

123 

96 

98 

81 

61 

16 

13 

35 

11 

11- 

Cause Unknown . 

78 

1* 

3 

6 

6 ! 

6 

6 

6 

13 

10 

5 

8 

2 

1 


915 

60 

123 

10a 

115 

95 

67 

76 

65 

61 

44 

39 

66 

26 

Expenditures 

Bombs - Tons. 

N/A 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

30,250 

37,832 

41,908 

12,013 

38,751 

16,069 

12,801 

51,809 

18,698 

Napalm - Tons . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

3,519 

3,617 

942 

2,050 

2,293 

3,63B 

902 

2,119 

605 

Rockets - Number. ..... . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

36,656 

12,988 

25,711 

21,617 

19,593 

11,259 

1,375 

10,315 

929 

Ammunition - 100’s Rounds . 

n/a 1 

n/a 

n/a 1 

n/a 

n/a 1 

_: 

183,115 

219,670 

108,211 
_1 

100,666 

60,163 

55,039 

38,825 

37,760 

10,309 

«/ Averages computed on 37 month basis. 








fource; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/c. 


/ 


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TABLE - 5 -SUMMARY OF ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE OPERATIONS» BY QUARTER - JULY 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


(RAAF converted from F-51 type aircraft to Meteor MK-6',type aircraft during May 1951.) 


TYPE OPERATION 

TOTAL 

£/ 

JUL- 

SEP 

1950 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1951 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

1 JAR- 

MAR 

1952 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

KAR 

1953 

APR- 

JUN 

1 - 27 
JUL 

Number Groups/Squadrons ........... 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

Aircraft Possessed.. 

26 

24 

19 

19 

a/ 27 

21+ 

20 

2b 

25 

39 

37 

34 

24 

22 

Combat Ready . 

17 

8 

13 

15 

a/ 2U 

16 

13 

16 

23 

18 

19 

20 

20 

21 

Crews Possessed . 

27 

29 

21 

19 

a/ 27 

30 

29 

29 

29 

25 

27 

28 

27 

26 

Combat Ready. 

23 

29 

21 

19 

a/ 27 

21 

20 

2b 

18 

23 

25 

22 

27 

26 

Sorties - Total . 

18,688 

1,629 

068 

1,212 

10b 

943 

1,326 

2,595 

2,510 

1,665 

2,034 

1,834 

1,748 

220 

Close Support . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

12 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

18 

4 

Interdiction and Armed Reconnaissance . . . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

8 

- 

171 

1,053 

1,258 

1,341 

1,279 

1,561 

206 

Counter Air Offensive . 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

N/a 

n/a 

853 

710 

176 

4 

359 

612 

449 

6 

- 

Counter Air Defensive ... . . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

58 

559 

1,649 

1,254 

12 

10 

4 

- 

- 

Cargo. 

h/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

N/a 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Other .. . 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

12 

57 

599 

197 

6 

71 

102 

163 

10 

Aircraft Losses - Total . 

52 

6 

1 

8 

- 

4 

5 

7 

5 

3 

2 

5 

5 

1 

Enemy Action. ... 

3° 

3 

1 

5 

- 

1 

3 

5 

3 

1 

2 

1 

4 

- 

Alr-to-Air. 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Ground Fire.. 

21 

I 2 

1 

b 

- 

- 

- 

6 

2 

- 

1 

1 

4 

- 

Cause Unknown .............. 

1* 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

• 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Not Enemy Action. 

22 

3 

- 

3 

- 

3 

2 

1 

2 

2 

- 

4 

1 

1 

Expenditures 















Bombs - Tons.. 

n/a 



n/a 


_ 

_ 

_ 

„ 1 

_ 



_ 




b/ 1*05 

b/ 277 












Napalm - Tons.. 

n/a 



n/a 

- 

- 

- 

28 


- 

- 

- 

768 

294 

Rackets - Number. 

n/a 

5,892 

2,553 

n/a 

- 

- 

- 

5,174 

4,930 | 

4,453 

4,478 

2,069 

8,734 

822 

Ammunition - 100's Rpunds . 

n/a 

17,1*06 

7,055 

n/a 

- 

17 

63 

315 

131 . 

_1 

- 

_J 

2,367 

112 

- 


a/ These figures are for the first 10 days of the Quarter. RAAF ceased operations during April 1951. 
S/ Separate breakdown of Bombs and Napalm not available during this period. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


cj Averages computed on 37 month, basis, 


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TABLE 6 - SUMMARY OF SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE OPERATIONS 


BY QUARTER - JULY 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


(SAAF ceased operations with F-51 type aircraft in December 1952. Operations with F-86 type aircraft began In March 1953.) 


TYPE OPERATION 

TOTAL 

5/ 

JUL- 

SEP 

1950 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1951 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1952 

APR- 
JUN • 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN - 
MAR 

1953 

APR- 

JUN 

1-27 

JUL 

Number Groups/Squadrons . 

0/1 

0/0 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

0/1 

Aircraft Possessed.. 

20 

- 

13 

24 

19 

41 

22 

14 

27 

25 

23 

18 

17 

17 

Combat Ready .... . 

14 

- 

11 

17 

17 

35 

13 

10 

18 

20 

16 

7 

10 

9 

Crews Possessed . 

27 

- 

23 

33 

32 

45 

27 

30 

23 

23 

30 

31 

24 

24 

Combat Reedy. 

22 

- 

23 

33 

32 

38 

25 

28 

23 

11 

17 

20 

18 

24 

Sorties - Total.. , 

12,610 

_ 

413 

1,502 

1,690 

1,539 

1,600 

1,216 

1,239 






Close Support ..... . 

n/a 

- 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a 

340 

460 

39 

221 

201 

436 


287 

109 

Interdiction and Armed Reconnaissance . . . 

n/a 

- 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

1,044 

1,068 

1,051 

823 

682 

363 

- 

46l 

115 

Counter Air Offensive . 

n/a 

- 

n/a 

•n/a 

n/a 

11 

8 

- 


- 

_ 

77 

273 

77 

Counter Air Defensive . 

s/a 

- 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

8 

14 

24 

- 

4 

24 

. 

6 


Cargo . 

n/a 

- 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

Other.. 

n/a 

- 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

136 

50 

102 

195 

66 

128 

_ 

11 

9 

Aircraft Losses - Total . ... 

63 

- 

- 

10 

7 

18 

12 

7 

2 

2 

3 

- 

1 

1 

Enemy Action. ............... 

^5. 

- 

- 

_0 

5 

13 

8 

6 


2 

1 

. 

1 

1 

Air-to-Air... 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

. 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Ground Fire ... 

40 

- 

- 

6 

4 

13 

8 

5 

- 

2 

- 

_ 

1 

1 

Cause Unknown.. 

3 

- 

- 

2 

1 

_ 

- 


_ 

_ 

. 

. 



Not Enemy Action. ...... . 

18 

- 

- 

2 

2 

5 

4 

1 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Expenditures 















Bombs - Tons. ............... 

n/a 

- 

b/ 267 

n/a 

a/966 

524 

n/a 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

N/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Napalm - Tons ... . 

n/a 

- 


h/a 


327 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Rockets - Number.... 

n/a 

- 

1,590 

n/a 

0,499 

4,370 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Ammunition - 100's Rounds . 

n/a 

- 

2,049 

n/a 

11,449 

9,464 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 


a/ Separate breakdown of Bombs and Napalm not available during this period. b j Averages computed on 37 month basis. 
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TABLE 7 — SUMMARY OF FRIENDLY FOREIGN OPERATIONS . BY QUARTER - JULY 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 

(RAAF, SAAF, ROKAF, RHAF. AND TAF) 


TYPE OPERATION 

TOTAL 

V 

JUL- 

SEP 

1950 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1951 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

1 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1952 

APR- 

JUR 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1953 

APR- 

JUN 

1 - 27 
JUL 

Number Groups/Squadrons . 

°/3 

, 0/1 

0/2 

0/2 

o/z 

0/2 

0/3 

0/3 

0/4 

0/4 

0/4 

0/4 

0/4 

0/4 

Aircraft Possessed. 

72 


1*9 

■ . '51 


74 

66 

56 

78 

98 

106 

97 

121 

120 

Combat Ready . 

1*9 



; 30 


56 

42 

40 

60 

67 

66 

6l 

00 

87 

Crews Possessed . 

97 

29 


\ 60 

* 36 

85 

99 

111 

119 

129 

137 

149 

121 

162 

Combat Ready... 

8l 

29 


• 60 

36 

69 

79 

87 

83 

102 

113 

126 

113 

123 

Sorties - Total . 

1*5.106 

1,718 

Bros 

\ 

^3,521 

2,552 

3,177 

4,039 

4,859 

5,186 

4,074 

5,268 

3,618 

4j672 

1,060 

Close Support 

n/a 

N/a 

h/a 

3.' 

>/ 

n/a 

352 

532 

89 

244 

228 

786 

862 

1,571 

409 

Interdiction and Armed Reconnaissance . . . 

n/a 

b/a 

r/a 

h/a 

H/A 

C 052 


1,675 

2,631 

2,897 

2,918 

1,635 

2,180 

402 

Counter Air Offensive . 

h/a 

r/a 

r/a 

n/a 

n/a 

861. 


176 

4 

359 

612 

526 

279 

77 

Counter Air Defensive . 

h/a 

h/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

66 


1,673 

1,254 

16 

34 

4 

8 

- 

Cargo... 

r/a 

b/a 

n/a 

H/A 

h/a 

695 


471 

656 

502- 

-719- 

489 

460 

153 

Other ... . 

b/a 

h/a 

h/a 

R/A 

h/a 

143 


775 

397 

72 

199 

102 

174 

19 

Aircraft Losses - Total . 

152 

10 

1 

19 

11 

26 

23 

16 

9 

0 

9 

8 

10 

2 

Enemy Action.. 

101 

7 

1 

13 

7 

17 

1 14 

l4 

5 

5 

6 

4 

7 

1 

Air-to-Air. 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

3 

1 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

. 

Ground Fire... 

81* 

6 

1 

10 

6 

16 

11 

. 13 

3 

2 

4 

4 

7 

1 

Cause Unknown . 

10- 

1 

- 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

2 

3 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

Not Enemy Action.. 

51 

3 

- 

6 

4 

9 

9 

2 

4 

3 

3 

4 

3 

1 

Expenditures 















Bombs - Tons... 






521* 

660 

735 

098 

859 

1,146 

605 

1,267 

385 


aJ\2Jk2 

5 / 1*05 

a/544 


a /966 










Napalm - Tons . 






327 

379 

87 

43 

2 

65 

- 

771 

294 

Rockets - Number. 

83,533 

5,892 

4,143 


8,1*99 

1*,370 

7,146 

9,661 

6,784 

7,957 

5,285 

2,975 

8,734 

822 

Ammunition - 100 ’a Rounds ... . 

127,912 

17,1*06 

9,loi* 


11,1*1*9 

9,1*81 

17,896 

7,434 

4,801. 

7,201 

9,605 

9,426 

3,306 

1,307 


a/ Separate breakdown of Bombs and Napalm not available during this period, 
b/ Averages computed on 37 month basis. 

Sburce: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/C. 


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TABLE 8 - SUMMARY OF USMC OPERATIONS . BY QUARTER - JULY 19S0 THROUGH Z7 JULY 1953 


TYPE OPERATION 

TOTAL 

y 

JUL- 

SEP 

1950 

QCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1951 

APR- 

JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1952 

APR- ! 
JUN 

JUL- 

SEP 

OCT- 

DEC 

JAN- 

MAR 

1953 

APR- 

JUN 

1 - 27 
JUL 

Number Croups/Squadrona. 

2/7 

2/0 

2/4 

2/4 

2/6 

2/5 

2/5 

. 2/6 

2/6 

2/7 

2/8 

2/7 

2/8 

2/9 

Aircraft Possessed . . 

136 

24 

129 

133 I 

136 

125 

132 

126 

134 

167 

164 

SB 

179 

173 

Combat Ready. 

92 

j /11 

n/32 

66 

98 

94 

93 

91 

93 

124 

120 

H 

138 

140 

Crews Possessed. 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

n/a ; 

n/a 

Combat Ready ............. 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Sorties - Total... 

107,939 

1,136 

5,462 

6,426 

11,202 

8,503 

10,579 

9,315 

10,769 

9,829 

11,035 

9,703 

11,112 

2,788 

Close Support. 

37,305 

884 

3,441 

1,846 

3,295 

2,799 

3,5^ 

2,128 

3,237 

3,836 

3,668 

3,217 

4,227 

1,263 

Other Offensive b j . 

59,01*2 

153 

1,708 

4,445 

7,302 

4,987 

5,890 

6,023 

6,007 

4,694 

6,080 

5,043 i 

5,437 ■ 

1,273 

Interdiction and Armed Reconnaissance. . 

h/a 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Counter Air Offensive. 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

h/a 

n/a 

■ n/a 

n/a 

n/a i 

n/a 

Counter Air Defensive. 

5,652 

- 

78 

89 

513 

689 

566 

687 

720 

797 

588 

375 

^53 

97 

Cargo... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

. 

_ 

* 

_ 

* 

Other. 

5,860 

99 

235 

46 

92 

108 

579 

477 

805 

502 

699 

1,068 

995 

155 

Aircraft Losses - Total. 

368 

0 

31 


58 

37 

50 

19 

4o 

u 

20 

_ 16 

18 

6 

Enemy Action ... 

183 

2 

8 


38 

20 

32 

8 

19 

22 

12 

9' 

5 

1 

Air-to-Air . ...... 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. | 

1 

Ground Fire. 

182 

2 

8 


36 

20 

32 

8 

19 

22 

12 

9 

5 

_ 

Cause Unknown. 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 1 

_ 

. 

„ 

_ 

Not Enemy Action . 

185 

6 

£i 


22 

17 

18 

u 

21 1 

22 

_8 

7 

13 

5 

Expenditures c/ 

Bombs - Tons . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

2,466 

4,937 

7,180 

7,877 ' 

7,553 

6,969 

! 

8,624 

9,705 

3,027 

Napalm - Tons.. 

h/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

1,265 

1,529 

320 

1,409 i 

1,844 

2,460 

794 

1,193 : 

169 

Rockets - Number . . . ..\ . . . 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

12,648 

17,455 

6,254 

7,566 

3,861 

1,084 

1,035 

1,424 

91 

Ammunition - 100'e Rounds.; . . 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

21,629 

31,*>51 

2,909 

- 

8 

28 

- 

91 

124 


a/ Figures are estimated. 

5/ Includes Interdiction and Armed Reconnalssauce, Counter Air and Escort. 

c/ Breakdown not available from Navy sources. Data extracted from RCS: 2AF-V4 (Monthly Combat Operations Report). 
T/ Averages computed on 37 month basis. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 9 “ STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF OPERATIONS, 



TOTAL 




0 P E R 

A T I 0 II S 

DURING 

TYPE OPERATION 

KOREAN 

AIR 

WAR 

JUN b JUL 

1950 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

Aircraft Losses 








Total Theater . . . 

2,015 

§5 

59 

6e 

66 


63 

Committed Forces. 

1,747 


44 

54 

59 

52 

§? 

Operational . 

1,466 

36 

38 

50 

48 

46 

51 

Enemy Action. 

~75T 

57 

53 

■ 53 

IS 

17 

19 

Air-to-Air. 

* 

T 

T 


T 

TT 

"2 

Ground Fire . 

20 

21 

24 

16 

15 

7 

Cause Unknown .... 

68 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

Not Enemy Action, . . . 

172 

5 

11 

17 

19 

2k 

28 

Unknown or Missing, . . 

£37 

§ 

TT 

"3 

IT_ 

7 

13 

Non-Operational . 

281 

20 

6 

4 

11 

6 

18 

Flying Accidents. , , . 

537 

15 

3 

3 

U 

3 

"5 

Other . 

\ 

46 

8 

1 

- 

- 

- 

10 

Pilot Claims - Enemy Acft 1 








Destroyed - Total . . . . . . 

953 

45 

29 

4 

_ 

9 

10 

Air-to-Ground. 

53 

15 

57 

3 

- 


"2 

Air-to-Air. 

MIG-15- ... . 


29 

2 

1 

' 

9 

8 

8 

Other. 

77 

29 

2 

1 

_ 

9 

_ 

Probable - Total. 

193 

20 

9 

2 

_ 

5 

7 

Air-to-Ground . 

"27 

1 ? 

7 

1 

_ 

i 

? 

Air-to-Air. 

168 

8 

2 

1 

_ 

4 

5 

MIG-15. 

145 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 


2 

Other . 

23 

8 

2 

1 

- 

1 * 

3 

Damaged - Total . 

1,009 

16 

10 

8 

- 

7 

7 

Air-to-Ground . 

36 

"7 

15 

ff 

_ 


r 

Air-to-Air. 

973 

9 

_ 

- 

_ 

7 

6 

MIG-15. 

946 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

7 

6 

Other . 

27 

9 

“ 




- 

Sorties 



- 





By Category 








Total Korean Operations . . 

710,886 


15,586 

157355 

15,839 . 

16,634 

18,116 

18,184 

Effect iv^W . . I T . . 

699,030 

15,504 

I37I2S 

17766? 

17,631 

Non-Effective . , 

11,856 

460 

258 

335 

506 

44? 

553 

Day. 

595,086 

8,440 

15,063 

15,219 

16,347 

17,847 

17,206 

Night . 

115,000 

59 

523 

620 

287 

269 

978 

By Type Aircraft 








TotaTltorean Operations . . 

710,886 

6^99 

57? 

15,586 

15,839 

16,631* 

18,116 

71 5 

18,184 

727 

Medium - Bomber . 7~. . . . 

"20;4'48 

1,280 

T7334 

719 

Light Bomber. ...... 

60,096 

727 

970 

980 

535 

1,112 

1,660 

Jet Fighter . 

276,796 

4,445 

3,693 

3,256 

4,327 

4,083 

5,612 

Prop Fighter. 

64,475 

1,000 

5,060 

4,334 

2,427 

2,868 

2,559 

Reconnaissance. ..... 

45,839 

328 

642 

658 

545 

612 

564 

Cargo . 

185,528 

1,256 

2,618 

3,155 

6,079 

6,685 

5,282 

Other . 

57,704 

171 

1,323 

2,122 

2,002 

2,041 

1,780 

By Type Mission 








Total All Operations. . . . 

751,672 

8,499 

15,586 

16,499 

17,598 

19,146 

19,641 

Intra Japan Cargo .... 

"0,766 

- 

- 

—555 

964 

^753? 

1,457 

Korean Operations .... 

710,886 

6.499 

15,586 

15,839 

16,634 

18,116 

18,184 

Total Combat. . .... 

5517557 

Tfraj 

lg557 

10,580 

-h^tt 

9^442 

11,366 

r-w- < Close Support .... 

92,603 

37957 

•57777 

"67753 

37373 

3t652 

"37336 

„ Interdiction and Armed 






' Reconnaissance. . . 

220,160 

2,199 

3,299 

3,201 

4,474 

4,210 

6,462 

Strategic . 

994 

57 

6l3 

247 

77 

_ 


Counter Air Offensive 

73,687 

457 

242 

39 

107 

750 

672 

Counter Air Defensive 

12,931 

89 

75 

87 

10 

166 

88 

Reconnaissance. . . , 

60,971 

336 

659 

676 

565 

664 

740 

Total Combat Support. . 

249,332 

1,419 

3,924 

5,259 

260 

8,061 

<517 

8,674 

173 

6,878 

Rescue. 

15,192 

135 

l62 

Cargo.. 

176,503 

1,279 

2,717 

3,301 

6,275 

6,772 

5,310 

Tactical Control. . . 

34,836 

137 

1,025 

1,463 

1,282 

1,473 

1,259 

Other . . . 

22,801 

3 

46 

235 

287 

256 

207 


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BY MONTH- 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


FISCAL 

YEAH 19 

5 1 





JAN 

1951 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN 

TYPE OPERATION 

53 

63 

62 

88 

63 

75 

Aircraft Lessee 

Total” Theater 



— 




44 

54 

55 

84 

63 

68 

Committed Forces 

— 


"— “ 


' 


3 1 * 

45 

51 

73 

54 

59 

Operational 

T 

I? 

7T 

47 

54 

3T 

Enemy Action 

5" 

_ 

T 

T 

. 

"7 

ATr-td-Alr 

5 

11 

17 

36 

23 

22 

Ground Fire 

_ 

1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

Cause Unknown 

24 

24 

16 

14 

20 

18 

Not Enemy Action 

T 

■7 

nr 

17 

17 

17 

Unknown or Missing 



— 


-* 


10 

9 

4 

11 

9 

9 

Non-Operatlonal 


8 

r 

"5" 

E 

E 

Flying Accidents 

2 

1 

- 

2 

3 

3 

Other 

7 

1 

9 

14 

9 

18 

Pilot Claim* - Enemy Acft 
Destroyed - Total 

_ 

- 


■_ 

T 

- 

Air -to-Ground 

7 

1 

9 

14 

8 

18 

Air-to-Air 

4 

- 

9 

14 

6 

14 

MIG-15 

3 

1 

- 

- 

2 

4 

Other 

3 

- 

4 

4 

1 

2 

Probable - Total 

7 

- 

. 

_ 

7 

7 

Air-to-Ground 

3 

- 

4 

4 

1 

2 

Air -to-Air 

2 

- 

4 

4 

1 

1 

MIG-15 

1 

- 

- 

- 

A 

1 

Other 

15 

3 

14 

4l 

18 

36 

Damaged - Total 

T 

7 

_ 

_ 

S 

- 

Air-to-Ground 

12 

3 

14 

4l 

16 

36 

Air-to-Air 

9 

- 

14 

41 

15 

34 

MIG-15 

3 

3 

- 

- 

1 

2 

Other 

20 , 37 k 

18,710 

I57TE5- 

23,786 

22,611 

23,489 

21,395 

Sorties 

By Category 

Total Korean Operations 

19,892 

23,222 

22,063 

23,181 

S37T57 

Effective 

1*82 

546 

564 

548 

O 

CD 

268 

Non-Effective 

19,318 

17,409 

21,023 

19,802 

21,186 

18,691 

Day 

1,056 

1,301 

2,763 

2,809 

2,303 

2,704 

Night 

20,374 

18,710 

23,786 

22,611 

23,489 

21,395 

By Type Aircraft 

Total Korean Operations 



1 786 

547 

T57 

Medium Bomber 

1,470 

1,248 

1,425 

1,617 

1,7-n 

1,554 

Light Bomber 

6,941 

5,896 

8,961 

7,342 

• 7,381 

6,239 

Jet Fighter 

2,136 

1,856 

3,036 

3,689 

3,773 

3,201 

Prop Fighter 

898 

787 

1,052 

1,117 

944 

945 

Reconnaissance 

6,529 

6,574 

6,632 

6,357 

7,528 

7,328 

Cargo 

1,606 

1,632 

1,694 

1,924 

1,605 

1,681 

Other 

22,176 

19,568 

24,949 

23,441 

24,457 

22,360 

By Type Mission 

Total Ail Operations 

l,8te 

858 

1,163 

^35 

—555 


Intra Japan Cargo 

20j374 

12,663 

18,710 

ll'ouo 

23,786 

22,611 

23,489 

21,395 

Korean Operations 

16,194 

14,676 

14,353 

12,324 

Total Combat 

2,b71 

3,002 

5,405 

2,59» 

2,824 

2,030 

close Support 

7,794 

6,178 

7,371 

8,655 

8,224 

7,037 

Interdiction and Armed 
Reconnaissance 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Strategic 

826 

466 

990 

1,202 

1,353 

1,330 

Counter Air Offensive 

50 

70 

169 

374 

395 

269 

Counter Air Defensive 

1,322 

1,332 

2,259 

1,847 

1,602 

1,658 

Reconnaissance 

7,711 

7,662 

7,592 

7,935 

9,091 

9,071 

-7555 

Total Combat Support 

155 

“TTT 

~IST 


— 115 

Rescue 

6,517 

6,600 

6,551 

6,006 

7,183 

7,136 

Cargo 

862 

819 

369 

1,162 

1,462 

1,482 

Tactical Control 

232 

72 

509 

594 

330 

157 

Other 


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TABLE 9 - STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF OPERATIONS, 






OPEI 

NATIONS 

DURING 

TYPE OPERATION 

JUL 

1951 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

Aircraft Losses 








. 63 

71 


75 

96 

51 

Committed Forces. 

59 

59 

53 

68 

22 

96 

Operational . 

1.9 

50 

96 

58 

39 

40 

Enemy Action. 

ST 

SB 

57 

S3 

51 

5T 

Alr-to-Air. 

T 

T 

S 

nr 

"5 

"7 

Ground Fire . 

16 

23 

21 

23 

11 

21 

Cause Unknown .... 

4 

2 

- 

1 

9 

1 

Not Enemy Action. . . . 

17 

13 

11 

16 

9 

9 

Unknown or Missing. . . 

IT 

~l 

~E 

■5 

5 

l 

Non-Operational ..... 

10 

9 

7 

10 

5 

6 

Flying Accidents. . . . 

1 

5 

6 

15 

5 

5 

Other . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

~ 

Pilot Claims - Enemy Acft 







Destroyed - Total . 

12 

4 

14 

32 

31 

29 

Air-to-Ground . 

- 

. 

“ 


T 


Alr-to-Alr. ........ 

12 

9 

Ik 

32 

27 

29 

MIG-15. 

9 

9 

lb 

32 

16 

29 

Other.. 

3 

_ 

_ 


11 

- 

Probable - Total. ...... 

1 

_ 

2 

8 

9 

5 

Air-to-Ground . 

- 

- 

T 


s 


Alr-to-Air. 

1 

. 

2 

8 

7 

5 

MIG-15. 

1 

- 

2 

8 

7 

5 

Other . 

- 

’ - 

- 

_ 

_ 


Damaged - Total . 

7 

3 

39 

98 

56 

38 

Air-to-Ground . 

T 



“7 

T 


Alr-to-Alr. 

7 

3 

39 

98 

51 

38 

MIG-15. 

6 

3 

39 

98 

50 

35 

Other ... . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

3 

Sorties 







By Category 







fatal Korean Operations , . 

15,91!. 

17,956 

19,311 

21,887 

19,166 

19,328 

Effective.. , 

1575T5 

17,098 

■ r^/ob'3 

21^SJ 


19,110 

Non-Effective . 

361 

358 

298 

209 

219 

218 

Day. 

13,287 

13,979 


18,392 

15,373 

15,716 

Night . 

2,627 

3,977 


3,595 

3,793 

3,612 

By Type Aircraft 








15,91*. 

17,956 

19,311 

21,887 

19,166 

19,328 

Medium Bomber . 

999 

■ 977 

—575? 

5T5 

Light Bomber. 

1,999 

1,710 

1,962 

1,956 

1,068 

1,698 

Jet Fighter . 

9,351 

9,836 

6,709 

8,082 

7,030 

7,981 

Prop Fighter. 

2,995 

2,358 

2,996 

3,320 

2,157 

1,593 

Reconnaissance. ..... 

851 

965 

1,152 

1,356 

1,383 

1,730 

Cargo . 

5,072 

5,596 

9,790 

5,156 

5,058 

5,218 

Other . 

1,197 

1,569 

1,237 • 

1,508 

1,290 

1,189 

By Type Mission 








17,103 

18,002 

20,581 

23.132 

20,217 

20,908 

Intra Japan Cargo .... 

T7W 





T7<»5 

Korean Operations .... 
Total Combat. ..... 

15,919 

9,503 

I7OT. 

17,956 

rors&r 

19,311 

14,056 

21,667 

15 953 

19,166 

19,328 

13,691 

Close Support .... 
Interdiction and Armed 

“%IS 

85? 

“T^5o 

1,136 

^355 

Reconnaissance. . . 

5,939 

6,565 

8,686 

9,753 

8,735 

8,397 

Strategic . 

- 

- 



- 


Counter Air Offensive 

799 

855 

1,263 

1,819 

1,019 

2,126 

Counter Air Defensive 

212 

* 293 

298 

167 

99 

165 

Reconnaissance. . . . 

1,969 

1,673 

2,997 

3,219 

2,609 

2,701 

Total Combat Support. . 
Rescue. 

6,911 

''355' 

7;252 

5,255 

35B 

5,934 

694 

5,988 

.357 

5,667 

326 

Cargo . 

9,909 

5,255 

9,995 

9,813 

9,655 

9,896 

Tactical Control. . . 

851 

969 

22 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Other . 

262 

635 

930 

927 

966 

513 


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BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 — Continuid 


FISCAL 

YEAR 1952 





JAN 

1952 






TYPE OPERATION 

FEB 

HAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN 


68 


48 


65 


Aircraft Losses 

59 

_53 

39 


65 

51 

44 

43 

H 

36 

Committed Forces 

59 

48 

40 

36 

47 

28 

Operational 

37 

24 

?3 

24 

37 

75 

Enemy Action 

T 

T 

T 

T 

“5 

“4 

Air-to-Air 

28 

19 

16 

15 

17 

10 

Ground Fire 


1 

3 

4 

5 

2 

Cause Unknown 

12 

17 

11 

8 

11 

9 

Not Enemy Action 

ro 

1 

"5 

4 

1 

3 

Unknown or Missing 

6 

3 

k 

7 

5 

8 

Non-Operationar 

E 

3 

3 

6 

4 

E 

Flying Accidents 

* 

“ 

1 

1 

1 

2 

Other 

31 

17 


45 



Pilot Claims - Enemy Acft 

39 

32 

20 

Destroyed - Total 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Air-to-Ground 

31 

17 

39 

45 

32 

20 

Air-to-Air 

31 

17 

39 

44 

27 

20 

MIG-15 

- 

- 

* 

1 

5 

- 

Other 

3 

u 

9 

7 

3 

2 

Probable - Total 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Air-to-Ground 

3 

u 

9 

7 

3 

2 

Air -to -Air 

3 

k 

9 

7 

3 

2 

MIG-15 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

Other 

19 

43 

76 

52 

24 

6 

Damaged - Total 

- - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Air-to-Ground 

19 

43 

76 

52 

24 

6 

Air-to-Air 

19 

43 

76 

52 

24 

4 

MIG-15 

- 

- 

‘ 

- 

- 

2 

Other 







Sorties 

16,501 

16,972 





By Category 

19,653 

18,541 

I8fl57 

23,954 

19,636 

19,3$6 

Total Korean Operations 

Iff,"554 

lb,663 

15737? 

237544 

Effective 

317 

309 

294 

346 

310 

280 

Non-Effective 

1^,690 

13,273 

MEm 

14,835 

19,503 

15,389 

Day 

■ 3,891 

3,699 

iHS 

3,706 

4,451 

4,247 

Night 

16,581 ■ 

^75 

16,972 

w7 





By Type Aircraft 

19,653 

18,541 

23,954 

19,636 

Total Korean Operations 

577 

““TB2 

406 

373 

Medium Bomber 

1,653 

1,520 

1,552 

1,472 

1,825 

IK 

Light Bomber 

6,563 

6,344 

8,240 

8,582 

11,337 

§■ SSI 

Jet Fighter 

1,434 

1,271 

1,172 

1,082 

1,421 

» SSI 

Prop Fighter 

1,549 

1,589 

1,604 

1,706 

2,443 

PUB 1 T ^j»! 

Reconnaissance 

5,333 

4,005 

5,392 

4,001 

4,682 

5,065 

Cargo 

1,534 

1,036 

1,218 

1,316 

1,840 

1,654 

Other 


18,058 

1,086 





By Type Mission 

19,799 

1,5TB 

20,795 

i;i4? 

19,302 

751 

28,193 

T7?35 

20,513 

877 

Total All Operations 

Intra Japan Cargo 

18,581 

354 

16,972 

10,690 

19,653 

12,620 

IB,541 
127658 

23,954 

157735 

19,636 

12,565' 

Korean Operations 

Total Combat 

~T57 

“17587 


“77537 

T^570 

Close Support 
Interdiction and Armed 


6,805 

6,268 

6,437 

6,288 

8,126 

5,603 

Reconnaissance 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Strategic 

2,288 

2,441 

3,270 

3,624 

4,728 

2,391 

Counter Air Offensive 

163 

183 

157 

246 

423 

492 

Counter Air Defensive 

2,303 

1,636 

1,675 

1,759 

2,428 * 

2,169 

Reconnaissance 

6,628 

~&7 

6,282 

7,033 


ZiliS 

til8 

7,071 

609 

Total Combat Support 

Rea cue 

4,920 . 

4,451 

5,002 

3,595 

4,210 

4,645 

Cargo 

533 

720 

840 

964 

1,303 

1,088 

Tactical Control 

648 

653 

687 

689 

887 

729 

Other 


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TABLE 9 - STATISTICAL SUMMARY OT USAF OPERATIONS, 





0 P E R A T I 

OHS D U R 

I N G FIS 

CAL YEAR 

TYPE OPERATION 

JUL 

1952 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

Aircraft Losses 








1+2 

1+2 

1+1 

1+7 

32 

36 



■ 

— 




Committed Force b. 

34 

32 

37 

' 1+2 

30 

31 





~ 



Operational . 

25 

27 

29 

34 

22 

22 

Enemy Action. 

IT 

IT 

IT 

5T 

IT 

T 

mmmm&rn * raw rjp 

T 

“S 

IT 

T 

T 

T 

Ground Fire . 

8 

10 

1+ 

13 

8 

6 

Cause Unknown .... 

1 

3 

3 

3 

2 

. 

Not Enemy Action. . . . 

7 

8 

6 

8 

5 

10 

Unknown or Missing. . . 

T 

W 

6 

T 

? 

~J 

Non-Operational . 

9 

5 

8 

8 

8 

9 


5 

5 

8 

7 

0 

T 

Other . 

- 

1 

* 

1 

- 

1+ 

Pilot Claims - Enemy Acft 







Destroyed - Total . I . . . . 

19 

34 

63 

27 

28 

28 

ASr-to-Ground . . 





“7 

“ 


19 

34 

63 

27 

28 

28 

mig-15. 

19 

33 

63 

27 

28 

28 

Other . ... 

. 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Probable - Total. . . 

5 

4 

8 

1 

6 

8 

Alr-to-GrounT”.. 


7 

7 




Air-to-Air. 

5 

4 

8 

1 

6 

8 

MIG-15. 

5 

U 

7 

1 

5 

8 

Other . 

. 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

Damaged - Total.. 

11 

35 

6l 

26 

18 

29 

Alr-tO-Ground. 

- 


“7 

"*7 

~ 


Air-to-Air. 

11 

35 

61 

26 

18 

29 

MIG-15. 

11 

35 

6l 

26 

18 

29 

Other . 

- 

- 

- 

- 



SORTIES 

By Category 







Total Korean Operations . . 

16,634 

18,337 

18,931 

22,971 

17,746 

19,195 

Effective . ! 7 . . 

lb,352 

IS75ST 

22,707 

17,509 

IB7TO 

Non-Effective . 

282 

310 

341 

264 

237 

302 

Day. 



15,488 

18,440 

13,392 

14,882 

Night . 



3,443 

4,531 

4,354 

4,313 

By Type Aircraft 

Total Korean Operations . . 

16,634 

18,337 

18,931 

22,971 

17,746 

19,195 

Medium Bomber. - . I 7 . . 

—OT 

387 

OT 

—1*54 

1+16 

—45T 

Light Bomber. 

1,783 

1,507 

1,741 

2,250 

1,818 

1,606 

Jet Fighter . 

6,013 

7,652 

7,716 

10,389 

7,727 

9,260 

Prop Fighter. ...... 

889 

669 

1,161 

1,263 

1,011 

712 

Reconnaissance. ..... 

1,462 

1,762 

1,726 

1,758 

1,544 

1,391 

Cargo.. . 

4,636 

4,882 

k, 1+1+1 

4,990 

3,863 

4,147 

Other .......... 

1,410 

1,478 

1,698 

1,827 

1,367 

1,614 








Total All Operations. . . . 

17,485 

19,296 

959 

20,036 

24,273 

T7352 

19,239 

20,044 

Intra Japan Cargo .... 

851 

Tier 

1,493 

"049 

Korean Operations .... 

16,634 

10,255 

18,337 

18.931 

22,971 

17,746 

19,195 

Total Combat. . .... 

11,478 

12,24fa 

157655 

ll,990 

12,474 

Close Support .... 

2,002 

-rfer 

I7BS? 


2,41b 

-iMt 

Interdiction and Armed 






Reconnaissance. » . 

4,104 

4,978 

5,120 

6,357 

5,330 

5,650 

Strategic . 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Counter Air Offensive 

2,287 

2,595 

3,299 

4,093 

2,400 

2,856 

Counter Air Defensive 

386 

328 

350 

228 

214 

701 

Reconnaissance. ... 

1,396 

' 1,723 

1,655 

1,942 

1,630 

1,554 

Total Combat Support. . 

6,379 

57H 

6,859 

6,665 

bl9 

7,342 

5,756 

6,721 

Rescue.. 

~475 

“59T 

“OT 

-OTI 

Cargo . 

4,305 

4,535 

4,056 

4,559 

3,606 

3,953 

Tactical Control. . . 

069 

1,101 

1,255 

1,437 

1,070 

1,180 

Other . 

627 

748 

755 

747 

582 

1,175 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 



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BY MONTH - 26 JUNE (950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 - Cwt».d 


9 5 3 


JAN 

1953 


40 

34 

30 

TP 

~J 

10 

3 

11 

1 

4 

F 


39 

39 

37 

2 

9 

9 

9 

4T.- 

47 

47 


16,690 

IF7E55- 

265 

14,089 

4,601 


16,690 
~ 44 ' 3 
1,817 
8,908 
416 
1,236 
1,507 
1,563 



AND 1 THROUGH 27 JULY 


FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN 

1 THRU 27 
JUL 

32 

35 

29 

35 

19 

46 

25 

27 

27 

29 

44 

38 

16 

19 

24 

27 

38 

33 

n 

IP 

12 

T 

IH 

IT 

~s 


*T 

~T 

- 


5 

7 

6 

8 

18 

10 

4 

1 

2 

- 

- 

1 

4 

6 

7 

13 

14 

15 

I 

J 

1 

T 

II2S2 

T 

9 

8 

3 

2 


5 

ff 

S 

i 

5 


T 

1 

- 


- 

- 

2 

25 

31 

27 

58 

78 

32 

25- 

31 

27 

58 

78 

32 

25 

3l 

27 

56 

78 

31 

- 

* 

- 

2 

- 

1 

6 

10 

8 

5 

11 

2 

~ 

“T 

~ 


“ 

_ 

6 

10 

8 

5 

11 

2 

5 

10 

8 

5 

n 

2 

4l 

39 

33 

30 

42 

16 

hi 

39 

33 

30 

12 

16 

ho 

39 

33 

30 

12 

15 

1 

“ 

“ 

— 

" 

1 

16,583 

157% 

l8,04l 

T77BBCT 

23,091 

82,969 

23,261 

53,667 

23,908 

23,681 

19,670 

19,466 

150 

161 

185 

197 

224 

204 

12,166 

13,597 

18,273 

18,336 

19,153 

15 ,971 

4,417 

4,41+4 

1,821 

1,928 

1,155 

3,696 

16,583 

18,011 

23,091 

23,26! 

23,908 

19,670 

359 

~155 

153 

—TO 


137 

1,807 

1,688 

1,921 

2,036 

2,325 

13,063 

2,279 

7,881 

8,291 

11,959 

12,027 

10,751 

1,074 

4,006 

1,456 

1,063 

1,830 

1,698 

»'Tv ri"* 

1,602 

5,093 

1,993 

1,293 

1,901 

1,825 

1,012 

3,969 

1,219 

17,387 
—kjt 

19,666 

T7% 

21,751 

1,660 

21,936 

1,672 

25,339 

"T%r 

21,561 

1,051 

16,583 

18,011 

iQ,dfg 

TTW 

23,091 \ 

23,264 

23,908 

15,563 

7,678 

19,670 

10,574 

%% 

11,904 

-57517 

15,07a 

"37857 

13,591 

5,tsto 

1,858 

4,261 

5,310 

4,706 

3,150 

3,591 

2,000 

936 

2,911 

3,927 

3,615 

3,167 

2,l5l 

830 

1,028 

1,186 

713 

583 

1,235 

• 1,660 - 

2,022 

8,190 

1,654 

1,165 

1,106 

6,009 

7,189 

8,186 

7,705 • 

6,076 

aaC 

— 565 

762 

“355 

—575 

3,751 

1,521 

1,625 

1,765 

1,521 

3,620 

1,000 

1,009 

1,498 

1,208 

1,H5 

876 

809 

991 

1,271 

1,151 

1,171 

1,301 



Aircraft Losses 


Committed Forces 


Operational 


Enemy Action 


Air -to -Air 
Ground Fire 

Cause Unknown 

Not Enemy Action 



eratlonal 


Flying Accidents 
Other 


Pilot Claims - Enemy Acft 



Medium Bomber 
Light Bomber 
Jet Fighter 
Prop Fighter 
Reconnai8 sance 
Cargo 
Other 


By Type Mission 


Intra Japan Cargo 
Korean Operations 




Close Support 
Interdiction and Armed 
Reconnaissance 
Strategic 

Counter Air Offensive 
Counter Air Defensive 
Reconnaissance 
Total Combat Support 


Rescue 

Cargo 

Tactical Control 
Other 






































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TYPE MODEL - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 



< 7 * 


F-flO 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

F-94 

rb/wb-26 

kb/wb-29 

270 

16 

247 

184 

56 

27 

36 

21*7 

15 

226 

164 

56 

26 

36 

23 

1 

21 

20 

. 

1 


2i»5 

ll* 

229 

169 

57 

n/a 

K/A 

107 

1* 

121 

K>7 

12 

20 

25 

67 

2 

86 

79 

8 

15 

11 

268 

18 

263 

203 

66 

34 

36 

153 

6 

201 

185 

19 

32 

25 

126 

6 

144 

138 

13 

23 

24 

287,619 

15,273 

■57137 

272,280 

1591387 

168,400 

121,735 

60,513 

7,85b 

40,681 

34;114 

68,867 

18,759 

124,771 

10,136 

112,893 

46,665 

52,857 

6,567 

50,128 

111,975 

2,1*03 

110,065 

66,673 

23,880 

s/ 

2/ 

98,515 

97,126 

I7BI7 

86,408 

05TO35" 

87,179 

86,027 

4,694 

9759? 

11,944 

117779 

2.535 

2,1*21 

1,389 

51 

1,373 

1,152 

102 

170 

114 

97,865 

1,33** 

84,367 

87,078 

99 

2,999 

1,685 

650 

53"* 

2,041 

101 

4,595 

8,945 

850 

98,515 

64,489 

IT7785- 

1,868 

872 

86,408 

79,188 

21,038 

67,179 

84,547 

5,718 

4,694 

4,686 

11,944 

2,535 

1,683 

48,113 

6 

55,505 

3,935 

- 

57 

33 

817 


1,467 

- 67,582 

134 

I 

V 

597 

1*22 

894 

“ 5,387 

4,482 

_ 

(- 

3,177 

444 

284 

1,925 

' 72 

8,520 

1,625- 

861* 

1QI* 

2,578 

2,183 

6 

2,194 

1134 

607 

- 

1,517 

912 

2 

1 

4 

257 

101* 

l,06l 

1,263 

4 

2,188 

109 

33,162 

892 

4,642 

449 

- 

1,056 

759 

33,266 

122 

50,427 

7,508 


977 

231 

8,327 

- 

5,560 

14B 

_ 

- 


80,935 

1,892 

22,154 

270 

- 

120 

- 

588,31*1* 

3,478 

212,891 

58,173 

67 , 

1 

6,091 



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TABLE 10 


STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF OPERATIONS, BY TYPE MODEL - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953-Continued 




OPERATION 

RF-51 

rf-8o 

c-46 

c/vc -47 

C-54 

C-119 

C-124 

t/lt-6 

H-5 

yh/h-19 

SA-16 

SB-29 
TB-29 

MISC 

AIRCRAFT 












Average (ECU) Theater Inventory. 

18 

39 

70 

123 

47 

87 

9 

105 

27 

33 

169 

Average (ECU) Active Inventory . 

16 

35 

68 

116 

47 

85 

9 

103 

25 

33 

15 a 

Average (EOM) Inactive Inventory .... 

2 

4 

2 

7 

- 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

11 

Average Active On Hand . 

15 

35 

n/a 

110 

46 


10 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Average Possessed In Committed Units . . 

ID 

26 

56 

37 

43 

76 

8 

47 

12 

15 

36 

Average Combat Ready In Committed Units. 

7 

18 

41 

25 

32 

43 

4 

35 

8 

9 

23' 

CREWS 












Average (ECM) Theater Inventory. .... 

26 

39 

72 

46 

71 

83 

0 

79 

14 

17 

58 

Average Possessed In Committed Units . . 

25 

38 

71 

49 

71 

82 

9 

73 

14 

11 

32 

Average Combat Ready In Committed Units. 

22 

30 

65 

46 

66 

74 

8 

47 

13 

11 

30 

HOURS AND FUEL CONSUMPTION 












Total Hours Flown. 

20,884 

28,573 

218,947 

324,567 

262,093 

155,636 

22,023 

178,305 

18,281 

42,992 

246,996 

Operational Hours. 

19,019 

24,491 

125,914 

112,853 

203,311 

lofiaSu 

16,656 

110,641 

Iff775T 

®^57 

41,377 

Non-Operational Hours. 

1,865 

4,082 

• 93,033 

211,714 

58,782 

49,812 

5,333 

67,664 

7,58o 

30,385 

205,619 

Fuel Consumed (Thousands of Gallons) . . 

«/ 

V 

33,655 

31,902 

45,642 

38,996 

11,116 

«/ 

5/ 

»/ 

117,037 

SORTIES 












By Category 












Total Korean Operations. 

10,570 

19,843 

43,567 

46,291 

57,841 

34,124 

3,705 

39,955 

9,400 

2,984 

6,312 

Effective. . . I ^ .. 

iiV^l 

18,957 

43,312 

45*076 

57,433 

337=1? 

3,683 

3576^5 

973® 


5713 ? 

Non-Effective.. 

129 

886 

255 

421 

4o8 

485 

17 

1,310 

90 

87 

173 

Day. 

10,523 

19,791 

32,202 

39,195 

46 ,166 

27,837 

2,089 

39,397 

9,363 

2,657 

6,112 

Night. 

47 

52 

11,365 

7,096 

11,675 

6,287 

1,616 

58 

37 

327 

200 

Total Korean Operations. 

10,570 

19,643 

43,567 

46,291 

57,841 

34,124 

3,705 

39,955 

9,400 

2,984 

6,312 

Total Combat ..... . 

Iff, 064 

17,153 

- r 

-5SH 

_ 

_ 

- 

5,4-87 

- us 

16 

— 987 

Close Support. 

- 


- 

* 

- 

- 

- 


- - 

- 

~7 

Interdiction & Armed Recon .... 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

13 

Strategic. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Counter Air-Offensive. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

45 

Counter Air-Defensive. 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

- 


11 

- 

- 

- 

Reconnaissance ..... . 

10,062 

17,153 

1 

268 

- 

- 


5,456 

42 

16 

902 

Total Combat support ........ 

25 

3 

36,211 

36,064 

47,834 

23,267 

3,705 

25,200 

8,571 

2,753 

2,737 

Tactical Control . 

- 

- 

- 

T775S 

- 

- 


24,749 

- 

- 

"27 

Rescue .... 

3 

3 

_ 

46 

- 

_ 


9 

6,440 

2,554 

81 

Cargo. 

- 

- 

35,185 

27,641 

47,834 

23,267 

3,705 

- 

15 

1 

83 

Other. 

22 

- 

1,026 

6,671 

- 

- 

- 

442 

2,116 

198 

' 2,546 

Unknown b/ . 

481 

2,687 

7,355 

9,959 

10,007 

10,857 


9,288 

787 

215 

2,608 

EXPENDITURES 












Bombs (Tons) . 

. 

8 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 

. 

_ 

6 

Napalm (Tons).. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Rockets, H.E. (Number) . 

130 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Rockets, Smoke (Number), ........ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


55,797 

- 

- 

- 

Machine Gun Ammunitions (100’s of rounds) 

7,94l 


- 

- 

- 

* 

- 



284 

506 



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STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF OPERATIONS, BY TYPE MODEL - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953- Co^t.huio 



Damaged - Total 
A lr-to -Ground 
Air-to-Air. . 

MIG-15- • • 

Other . . . 


F-02 

F -84 

B 

31 

230 

118 

23 

. 98 

17 

13 

r 121 

65 

1 

ii 

6 

21 


256 

79 

- 

529 

528 

2 k 

335 

22lt 

17 


533 

n 


IBS' 

T 

T5T 

ns 

T 

IB 

"73 

!*• 

122 

19 

- 

13 

13 

k 

63 

61 

j— 

33-? 

IT" 

E 

55 

F 


51 

3? 

1 

3 

2 

7 

30 ■ 

6 

W 

25 

5 

3 

1 

~ 

It 

9 

811 

T 

T 

“T 

k 

9 

810 ■ 

~ 

3 

75? ‘ 

k 

1 

18 

2 

13 

119 

- 

T 

I 

2 

12 

118 

- 

IT 

H5 

2 

1 

* 

_ 

83 

618 

- 

T 

1 1' 

- 

82 

8ll 

. 

• 35 

333 

- 

- 

6 


rb/wb-26 rb/wb -29 









































































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TABLE 10 -STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF USAF OPERATIONS, BY TYPE MODEL - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953- Comt.nwd 


U) 

m 

O 

3 

m 

-l 


OPERATION 

RF-51 

RF-80 

C-46 

C/VC-47 

C-54 

c-119 

C-124 

t/lt -6 

H-5 

l/lH-19 

SA -16 

SB-29 
TB-29 

MISC 

CASUALTIES 

Total. ... 

17 

23 

16 

ii 

24 

26 


100 

10 

13 

14 

KTTled. 

T 

12 

3 

9 

17 

15 

- 

33 

5 

3 

■3 

Missing . ......... 

10 

11 

7 

6 

5 

8 

- 

35 

4 


6 

Wounded . . ....... 

2 

- 

6 

- 

5 

3 

- 

32 

1 

10 

- 

CREW LOSSES 

Total c/. 

174 

St 

346 

232 

234 

262 

46 

631 

134 

50 

122 

Operational.. 

“Iff ' 

1 

3 

- 

- 

T 

~35 

- 

_ 

~7 

Retired . , . 

109 

120 

98 

129 

54 

107 

26 

26 l 

35 

10 

57 

AIRCRAFT L06SES d / 












Theater-Total'7 ‘.. 

24 

27 

34 

4l 

l6 

21 

1 

96 

32 

7 

73 

Committed Units - Total . 


55 

55 

51 

i? 

15 

1 

76 

56 

j 

56 

Operational.. 

55 

5? 

16 

u 

7 

rr 

1 

66 

5T 

5 

16 

v Enemy Action. 

15 . 

1 

- 

"5 • 


"5 


55 

T 


*T 

Air-to-Air. 

- 

I 

7 

_ - 

~ 

T . 

♦ ~ 



T 


Ground Fire ... . 

17 

1 

- 

2 " 

- 

2. 

. 

39 

5' 

_ 

1 

Cause Unknown . 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 



_ 

_ 

Not Enemy Action. . . 

i : 

9 

14 

6 

8 

9 

1 

13 

16 '» 

2 

13 

Unknown or Missing. 


10-— 

2 

3 

I 

“ 

7 

16 

— 

T 

2 

Non-Operational . . . 

T i 

1 

7 

0 

6 

8 

_ 

”0 

4' 

1 

5 

Flying Accidents.......... 

T 

T 

7 

7 

5 

0 

7 

5 

6 

T 

6 

Other ... . 

- 

- 

- 

1 

4 

- 

_ 

4 

_ 



Non-Committed Units - Total . 

1 

2 

11 

20 

1 

2 

- 

20 

7 

4 

49 

Flying Accidents. . . . 

T 

T 

“5 

15 

r 

5 


15 

7 

6 

55 

Other ... . 

- 

1 

3 

6 

- 

- 

- 

6 


- 

13 

PILOT CLAIMS - ENEMY AIRCRAFT 

Destroyed - Total . 

1 









L 

"^.0- 

Air-to-Ground .. 

- 

- 

* 

_ 

- 


_ 

. 

_ 

_ 


Air-to-Air . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 





MIG-15- . 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 


_ 

_ 



_ 

Other . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

-P y 


- 

Probable - Total . 

_ 




_ 


_ 





Air -to -Ground ... 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 



Air-to-Air . 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



mig-15- - . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



Other . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Damaged - Total ... 

, 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

' 

_ 



Afr-to-GrounS .. 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 


_ 




Air-to-Air . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


MIG-15- . 

t " 

- 

- 

, 

, 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 


Other . 

- 

“ 

- 


“ 

- 

- *■ 

- 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Included In Miscellaneous. 

F/ The breakdown by type mission for these sorties is unavailable due to It not being required the first 8 months of combat, 
c/ Includes all casualties including those listed as other. 

d/ Does not include Q-l4 or G-4 losses nor any loss due to "Transfer or Division - ’. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 11 — USAF END -OF-MONTH AIRCRAFT INVENTORY, BY TYPE MODEL, BY MONTH - JULY 1950 THROUGH JULY (953 


o 


(Overall Theater Inventory Including Non-Committed Unite) 


MOITTH 

TOTAL 

b-26 

B-29 

F-51 

-1 

P-80 

P-82 

p-81 

f-86 

F-91 

RB/ 

VB-26 

RB/ 

wb-29 

RF *51 

RF-00 

C-16 

vc/ 

c-17 

1 

c-51 

C-119 

li 

C-124 

LT/ 
T-6 

H-5 

YH/ 

H-19 

SA-16 
SB -29 
TB-29 

i MISC 

Average . .* . 

BH 

161 

109 

E 

270 


217 

lfll 

— 

SI 

36 



70 

123 

' itl 

§1 

9 

105 

21 

33 

169 

July . 1950 . 

1,309 

79 

87 

190 

528 

El 

_ 

. 


. 

4 


35 

41 

81 

31 

_ 


135 



138 

August. 

1,618 

77 

119 

213 

522 

19 

- 

- 


16 

31 


50 

40 

91 

30 

73 

_ 

127 

13 

8 

171 

September . 

1,633 

76 

115 

192 

507 

35 

- 

- 


25 

35 


18 

39 

98 

29 

99 

_ 

121 

12 

8 

161 

October . . 

1,621 

136 

98 

175 

186 

31 

- 

- 


22 

31 

12 

51 

38 

105 

28 

95 

1 

116 

16 

10 

165 

November. . . . 

1,699 

131 

96 

l6l 

129 

33 

76 

26 


22 

35 

12 

51 

86 

110 

25 

95 


110 

17 

15 

l6l 

December. 

1,812 

122 

99 

248 

103 

31 

72 

71 


22 

31 

12 

56 

83 

103 

62 

93 


101 

16 

20 

158 

January - 1951. 

1,001 

111 

98 

219 

381 

28 

97 

86 


20 

36 

11 

40 

77 

ll6 

61 

92 

. 

101 

18 

19 

157 

February.. 

1,009 

99 

99 

300 

361 

26 

107 

81 

- 

20 

37 

10 

4o 

75 

112 

61 

91 

_ 

97 

17 

17 

150 

March... 

1,816 

117 

100 

317 

312 

24 

106 

102 

15 

20 

36 

9 

39 

75 

111 

61 

90 

_ 

91 

17 

20 

lie 

April.. 

1,798 

110 

92 

301 

321 

24 

102 

100 

14 

23 

36 

8 

39 

75 

111 

68 

89 


87 

21 

20 

119. 

May. 

1,766 

139 

100 

268 

290 

22 

100 

95 

11 

27 

39 

■ 8 

38 

71 

115 

65 

90 

_ 

87 

25 

23 

117 

June. 

1,020 

158 

102 

216 

267 

23 

173 

89 

14 

26 

39 

7 

36 

71 

128 

63 

87 

* 

85 

27 

24 

160 

July. 

lli 

157 

101 

227 

251 

24 

175 

93 

14 

24 

30 

7 

36 

72 

129 

64 

66 


81 

28 

24 

156 

August... 


119 

106 

201 

236 

22 

236 

112 

32 

24 

36 

19 

35 

70 

128 

65 

86 


80 

28 

24 

154 

September . 


llO 

105 

160 

231 

22 

227 

105 

32 

24 

36 

3l 

35 

68 

133 

66 

86 

1 

75 

27 

27 

151 

October . 


132 

99 

170 

220 

23 

220 

99 

11 

23 

39 

33 

31 

67 

131 

67 

85 

1 

75 

26 

27 

158 

November. . . 


110 

107 

117 

215 

22 

225 

167 

11 

23 

30 

33 

31 

67 

135 

66 

05 

. 

69 

25 

28 

151 

December. . . 

1,052 

137 

105 

132 

222 

22 

216 

165 

55 

27 

30 

32 

31 

67 

129 

66 

79 

- 

109 

25 

32 

160 

January - 1952. 

1,907 

155 

107 

123 

221 

22 

200 

169 

80 

33 

39 

31 

31 

66 

130 

65 

78 

_ 

123 

25 

33 

162 

February. 

1,092 

165 

us 

114. 

215 

22 

189 

155 

105 

32 

38 

26 

30 

65 

129 

65 

79 

_ 

122 

28 

35 

163 

March,... . . . 

1,982 

191 

115 

139 

221 j 

22 

195 

175 

105 

32 

37 

25 

30 

68 

128 

65 

77 

* 

124 ! 

30 

36 

167 

April . 

2,037 

201 

113 

167 

211 

22 

210 

175 

101 

32 

37 

24 

30 

70 

131 

67 

76 

_ 

121 

29 

37 

171 

May... 

1.95 1 * 

187 

107 

156 

212 

• 

1® 

167 

! 101 

20 

38 

23 

42 

73 

132 

65 

75 

6 

121 

28 

41 

163 

June. ... . 

1,997 

178 

98 

117 

211 

- 

221 

181 

100 

30 

40 

22 

42 

76 

131 

65 

71 

13 

110 

27 

42 

175 

July. 

a, 210 

190 

us 

150 

221 

- 

353 

177 

100 

30 

40 

22 

40 

76 

131 

61 

95 

13 

117 

36 

b 9 

182 

August. 

2,327 

191 

U7 

133 

227 

- 

150 

210 

98 

31 

37 

20 

39 

77 

129 

57 

100 

25 

117 

37 

18 

181 

September . 

2,350 

232 

121 

131 

223 

- 

ns 

218 

98 

32 

36 

20 

39 

76 - 

130 

18 

99 

?6 

116 

36 

51 

178 

October ..... .'. 

2,392 

232 

ll6 

118 

219 

- 

474 

253 

98 

32 

36 

32 

25 

75 

132 

44 

99 

26 

114 

39 

51 

177 

November. . . 

2,291 

227 ! 

Ilk 

113 

206 

- 

165 

231 

9«: 

32 

35 

32 

25 

71 

128 

20 

88 

26 

113 

39 

52 

172 

December. 

2,365 

216 

113 

128 

201 

- 

175 

302 

91 

37 

36 

30 

25 

71 

127 

20 

86 

26 

m 

39 

50 

172 

January - 1953 . 

2,317 

207 

109 

126 

188 

- 

106 

291 

90 

37 

39 

30 

26 

71 

131 

15 

87 

26 

111 

35 

51 

188 

February. 

2,115 

191 

107 

121 

179 

- 

190 

373 

90 

35 

30 

22 

29 

74 

132 

16 

102 

26 

110 

35 

49 • ' 

190 

March. 

2,169 

189 

111* 

107 

181 

- 

175 

118 

89 

35 

38 

‘ 22 

33 

71 

128 

15 

101 

26 

107 

33 

18 

200 

April . 

2,399 

190 

118 

86 

l6l 

- 

430 

153 

89 

32 

38 

14 

52 

73 

128 

14 

100 

26 

101 

33 

49 ! 

201 

Kay . 

2,120 

197 

119 

71 

161 

- 

111 

I76 

87 

31 

37 

10 

53 

73 

136 

17 

10I j 

26 

99 

33 

49 1 

205 

June. 

2,361 

193 

118 

69 

157 

- 

4o6 

179 

83 

31 , 

35 

- 

56 

73 

131 

19 

103 

25 

98 

32 

50 

200 

July. 

2,311 

191 

117 

65 

152 

- 

no 

139 

82 j 

JU 

37 

- 

57 

73 

133 

21 

101 j 

25 1 

96 ! 

31 

19 J 

196 


Source: 


Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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TABLE 12 - USAF‘END-OF-MONTH CREW INVENTORY, BY TYPE MODEL, 


BY MONTH - JULY 1950 THROUGH JULY 1953 


m*- 


ft 


{Overall Theater Inventory Including Ron-Committed Units) 


MOUTH 

TOTAL 

B -26 

B-29 

F -51 

f-8o 

F-02 

F-84 

p-86 

F-94 

KB/ 

VB -26 

rb/ 

WB -29 

RF-51 

RF-80 

C-46 

VC/ 

C-47 

C-54 

C-119 

C-124 

LT/ 

T -6 

H-5 
YE/ 
H-19 

SA -16 

SB-29 
TB-29 

MISC 

Average. 

1,767 

144 

101 

121 

268 

18 

263 

203 

66 

s. 

36 

2 6 

39 

72 

46 

71 

§1 

_8 

79 

h/a 

n/a 

89 

July - 1950 . 

735 

4o 

si 

70 

368 

25 

_ 

_ 



29 

_ 

15 

6 

38 

23 

_ 


8 

h/a 

n/a 

32 

August... 

966 

56 

113 

180 

297 

30 

- 

- 

- 

12 

36 

_ 

26 

16 

63 

16 



34 

h/a 

n/a 

57 

September.. 

1,110 

60 

l4o 

179 

300 

29 

- 

- 

- 

16 

39 

- 

24 

19 

57 

10 

97 

_ 

45 

h/a 

n/a 

95 

October .... 

1,044 

79 

06 

171 

324 

32 

- 

- 

- 

14 

38 

- 

12 

11 

32 

16 

99 

_ 

50 

h/a 

n/a 

00 

November.. 

1,079 

l46 

09 

196 

273 

35 

- 

- 

- 

16 

37 

- 

18 

31 

26 

22 

74 


38 

h/a 

h/a 

78 

December. 

1,316 

. 155 

86 

106 

306 

42 

85 

92 

* 

25 

36 

18 

30 

50 

25 

36 

95 

- 

37 

r/a 

n/a 

92 

January - 1951. 

1,315 

139 

89 

107 

325 

49 

92 

91 

_ 

19 

34 

12 

16 

56 

18 

42 

99 


45 

n/a 

n/a 

62 

February. . . . 

1,312 

126 

?2 

122 

378 

50 

04 

so 

- 

23 

36 

6 

17 

15 

35 

38 

99 


46 

n/a 

n/a 

65 

March . 

1,257 

109 

01* 

120 

380 

46 

74 

87 

- 

23 

35 

- 

17 

7 

32 

41 

96 

_ 

38 

h/a 

H/a 

66 

April . 

1,272 

111 

75 

105 

374 

47 

88 

89 

7 

24 

32 

23 

16 

6 

27 

38 

97 

_ 

43 

H/A 

n/a 

70 

May. 

1,475 

116 

86 

115 

344 

41 

133 

100 

14 

30 

34 

36 

20 

55 

36 

65 

95 • 

_ 

65 

h/a 

n/a 

82 

June... 

1,677 

120 

97 

126 

314 

36 

178 

111 

21 

36 

35 

49 

4o 

103 

45 

91 

93 

- 

87 

h/a 

n'/a 

95 

July. 

1,691 

105 

86 

122 

3**9 

29 

217 

121 

16 

39 

33 

50 

44 

82 

47 

91 

86 


90 

n/a 

h/a 

84 

August. ... 

1,787 

103 

89 

152 

275 

27 

288 

110 

15 

38 

34 

46 

56 

94 

43 

157 

09 

_ 

88 

h/a 

h/a 

83 

September . . 

1,665 

148 

91 

11*6 

307 

30 

278 

115 

18 

37 

36 

43 

40 

103 

44 

168 

100 

_ 

91 

h/a 

n/a 

70 

October . 

1,709 

99 

89 

159 

307 

25 

290 

112 

22 

30 

38 

44 

34 

97 

44 

’119 

100 

1 

96 

h/a 

h/a 

83 

November. 

1,860 

94 

83 

178 

300 

23 

294 

163 

29 

31 

36 

47 

34 

102 

46 

127 

96 

_ 

102 

h/a 

n/a 

75 

December. ...... . 

1,914 

101 

94 

IBS 

248 

24 

283 

216 

27 

41 

36 

48 

39 

107 

48 

127 

87 

* 

128 

h/a 

n/a 

72 

January - 1952 . 

1,941 

105 

97 

176 

266 

19 

264 

202 

37 

45 

35 

53 

42 

102 

6l 

138 

88 


125 

25 

26 

15 


1,898 

111 

100 

170 

226 

10 

298 

215 

45 

43 

33 

43 

40 

115 

61 

117 

70 


116 

24 

26 

33 

March . 

1,999 

11*6 

104 

101 

224 

- 

306 

174 

81 

55 

37 

48 

50 

116 

63 

116 

86 


131 

19 

33 

29 

Apr il . 

2,079 

157 

117 

179 

220 

- 

315 

192 

83 

56 

36 

60 

45 

111 

61 

120 

02 

_ 

144 

23 

33 

42 

May.. 

2,010 

169 

117 

138 

216 

- 

320 

223 

93 

44 

37 

54 

38 

95 

62 

116 

75 


114 

23 

28 

48 

June... 

1,924 

166 

100 

133 

200 

* 

304 

223 

91 

40 

35 

55 

29 

00 

58 

125 

77 

- 

90 

22 

32 

44 

July. 

1,931 

174 

112 

118 

222 


303 

216 

103 

39 

34 

49 

33 

73 

60 

133 

eo 


88 

18 

4o 

39 

August. 

2,008 

185 

128 

117 

223 

• 

350 

224 

113 

29 

34 

43 

47 

86 

62 

105 

60 

3 

88 

22 

31 

38 

September . 

1,981 

158 

115 

117 

233 

• 

351 

230 

111 

20 

35 

34 

53 

89 

61 

85 

77 

4 

107 

23 

37 

33 

October . 

2,033 

184 

no 

156 

243 

- 

394 

237 

120 

27 

36 

21 

41 

64 

54 

73 

72 

15 

84 

27 

32 

43 

November.. 

2,052 

191 

105 

ILL 

254 

- 

399 

240 

130 

34 

37 

24 

52 

76 

43 

33 

70 

19 

85 

25 

34 

41 

December. 

2,038 

191 

102 

121 

250 

- 

416 

256 

127 

31 

37 

20 

52 

71 

42 

28 

80 

33 

78 

30 

34 

39 

January - 1953 . 

2,080 

214 

102 

115 

234 

_ 

395 

321 

130 

36 

37 

14 

51 

76 

45 

35 

84 

34 

62 

30 

30 

35 

February. 

2,202 

230 

103 

31 

229 

- 

405 

438 

148 

4l 

38 

11 

49 

90 

4l 

36 

97 

38 

74 

31 

30 

42 

March . 

2,240 

225 

77 

36 

206 

- 

440 

457 

165 

48 

36 

1 

52 

89 

43 

32 

90 

37 

83 

35 

31 

57 

April . 

2,352 

199 

111* 

- 

201 

- 

484 

541 

177 

57 

36 

- 

50 

91 

40 

25 

90 

35 

85 

44 

31 

52 

May. 

2,422 

199 

111* 

- 

176 

- 

522 

591 

179 

47 

36 

- 

65 

88 

46 

19 

93 

33 

86 

36 

38 

54 

June. 

2,363 

202 

119 

- 

l66 

- 

513 

550 

168 

54 

39 

- 

68 

88 

43 

25 

92 

31 

74 

37 

36 

58 

July. j 

2,319 

191 

109 

- 

158 

- 

55 1 * 

409 

165 

_1L 

38 

- 

69 

90 

57 

21 

91 

31 

73 

34 

34 

60 


Note: Not available• Included in Miscellaneous. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of statistical Services, DCs/C, 


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TABLE 13 - AVERAGE AIRCRAFT POSSESSED IN COMMITTED UNITS BY TYPE MODEL BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

F-94 

RB/ 

WB-26 

RB/ 

WB-29 

RF-51 

rf -80 

C-46 

O < 

-0 

c-5 1 * 

c-119 

C-124 

LT/ 

T -6 

H-5 

yh/ 

H-19 

SA-16 
SB-29 
TB-29 

M2SC 

Average. ... 

1,040 

105 

99 

72 

107 

4 

121 

107 

12 

20 

25 

10 

26 

56 

37 

43 

?6 

8 

ill 

h/a 

n/a 

6 i 

July - 1950 a/. . 

398 

49 

63 

20 

145 

lb 

. 

_ 

* 

_ 

18 

. 

17 

3 

19 

26 

_ 

_ 

11 

n/a 

h/a 

13 

August. 

6?6 

47 

130 

l4l 

128 

8 

- 

- 

- 

10 

20 

- 

18 

6 

38 

26 

2 

. 

27 

n/a 

N/A 

25 

September .... 

804 

46 

l4l 

139 

138 

9 

- 

- 

- 

15 

22 

- 

20 

52 

28 

24 

75 

_ 

36 

h/a 

N/A 

59 

October . 

84o 

45 

133 

144 

187 

7 

- 

- 

- 

19 

24 

- 

25 

29 

26 

23 

88 

_ 

39 

h/a 

n/a 

51 

November. 

822 

89 

90 

131 

169 

6 

* 

- 

- 

19 

23 

- 

25 

48 

27 

22 

86 

. 

35 

h/a 

N/A 

52 

December. 

925 

98 

86 

104 

151 

9 

b/ 69 

c/ 19 

- 

18 

24 

gj 1 

21 

65 

27 

60 

84 

- 

38 

n/a 

h/a 

51 

January - 1951* * 

925 

92 

88 

99 

172 

9 

69 

b 


16 

25 

10 

15 

"70 

21 

58 

85 

. 

38 

h/a 

n/a 

54 

February. 

939 

78 

91 

107 

203 

8 

70 

- 


13 

25 

7 

15 

62 

17 

59 

87 

_ 

42 

h/a 

n/a 

55 

March . 

984 

79 

90 

110 

195 

7 

77 

37 


11 

26 

6 

17 

64 

18 

60 

87 

. 

46 

H/A 

n/a 

54 

April ...... 

964 

83 

86 

102 

169 

6 

78 

46 


11 

25 

7 

20 

55 

25 

61 

83 

_ 

56 

k/a 

h/a 

51 

May. 

1,007 

96 

88 

124 

165 

5 

80 

47 


13 

26 

8 

lB 

49 

28 

6l 

82 

_ 

57 

h/a 

n/a 

60 

June. 

999 

102 

93— 

_P j _ 

_142^ 

_J+_ 

--B5. 

_44^ 


14_ 

_27- 

-7- 

-20^ 

49 

30 

60 

80 

- 

51 

_k/a_ 

n/a 

63 

. 

990 

S3 

95 

95 

136 

5 

103 

41 


17 

27 

5 

21 

55 

52 

59 

tB~ 

_ 

54 

15 

17 

12 

August. 

1,021 

109 

97 

112 

124 

h 

126 

39 


21 

25 

5 

28 

56 

49 

58 

76 

- 

51 

14 

16 

11 

September .... 

1,038 

104 

97 

110 

118 

6 

137 

bk 

- 

22 

25 

6 

30 

59 

46 

59 

80 

h/ 1 

52 

13 

16 

13 

October . 

1,027 

99 

93 

115 

111 

5 

135 

42 


22 

26 

7 

31 

60 

46 

59 

78 

1 

49 

13 

15 

20 

November. 

1,004 

97 

89 

96 

98 

6 

125 

56 


22 

26 

20 

29 

61 

46 

58 

77 

- 

48 

13 

18 

19 

December. 

1,064 

99 

97 

76 

79 

6 

127 

127 


21 

24 

32 

31 

6l 

46 

58 

73 

- 

45 

18 

21 

23 

January - 1952. . 

1,101 

104 

96 

71 

69 

10 

123 

133 

d/15 

21 

26 

31 

33 

60 

51 

6l 

68 

. 

60 

20 

18 

31 

February. 

1,084 

102 

92 

70 

69 

e/ 10 

109 

133 

20 

21 

26 

26 

30 

58 

53 

63 

66 

- 

68 

20 

is 

30 

March ...... 

1,086 

106 

105 

60 

81 

- 

88 

133 

36 

22 

25 

23 

27 

65 

51 

62 

67 

_ 

63 

25 

18 

29 

April . 

1,050 

109 

109 

54 

82 

- 

85 

129 

25 

24 

25 

23 

26 

57 

37 

62 

69 


66 

20 

18 

30 

May. 

1,031 

107 

102 

47 

79 

- 

87 

131 

23 

25 

26 

22 

25 

54 

42 

63 

66 

- 

57 

19 

22 

3*4 

June. 

1,067 

106 

93 

51 

87 

- 

103 

135 

24 

24 

26 

21 

25 

55 

42 

62 

69 

* 

55 

19 

27 

43 

July. 

1,148 

106 

94 

53 

82 ‘ 

- 

IBl 

i 3 T 

23 

2V— 

- 26— 

20' 

50“ 

—55~ 


*~ 63 — 

"58 

■ ■ nr 

54 

18 

24 

32 ' 

August. 

1,190 

117 

96 

53 

87 

- 

164 

150 

23 

23 

27 

lB 

31 

64 

46 

59 

83 

14 

51 

18 

23 

43 

September .... 

1,191 

123 

98 

54 

86 

- 

171 

151 

24 

24 

26 

16 

25 

64 

49 

49 

75 

27 

50 

16 

23 

4o 

October . 

1,255 

134 

101 

55 

89 

- 

213 

163 

25 

24 

25 

15 

25 

68 

40 

40 

91 

25 

49 

17 

23 

33 

November. 

1,237 

136 

97 

52 

90 

- 

215 

165 

25 

24 

25 

Ik 

24 

66 

39 

32 

84 

25 

47 

19 

25 

33 

December. .... 

l,21f 

134 

100 

51 

98 

* 

207 

l6l 

22 

25 

26 

14 

24 

67 

36 

15 

84 

25 

47 

18 

26 

32 

January - 1953• » 

1,193 

140 

99 

39 

101 

_ 

202 

163 

20 

26 

26 

9 

23 

• 67 

36 

12 

81 

25 

47 

22 

24 

31 

February. .... 

1,166 

134 

95 

r/ 1 

101 

- 

215 

179 

20 

25 

2 6 

i/ 5 

22 

66 

38 

10 

81 

25 

47 

22 

23 

31 

March . 

1,188 

139 

98 

- 

78 

- 

207 

224 

22 

25 

27 

22 

66 

33 

10 

83 

25 

46 

22 

27 

34 

April . 

1,216 

s 138 

107 

- 

40 

- 

201 

265 

21 

25 

26 


36 

64 

33 

11 

96 

25 

45 

21 

28 

34 

May. 

1,225 

152 

109 

- 

7 

- 

213 

277 

21 

25 

25 


42 

64 

36 

10 

87 

25 

43 

20 

26 

43 

June. . 

1,208 

140 

_109 

— ’ 

6 

_ _ ~ 

213 

273 

19 

25 

25 


48 

59 

39 

12 

92 

25 

40 

19 

25 

39 

July(thru the 27) 

1,243 

136 

104 

" 

5 

" 

215 

297 

20 

25 

25 

" 

"sr 


"50" 

Hr" 

-95- 

—2r 

37 

19 

-25- 

— I2 J 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. b/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. c/ F-06 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

d/ F-9** type acft began operationa Jan 52. e/ F-02 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. t / F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* 

g/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. H/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51« V RF-51 type acft received from combat status Feb 53. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. n/a Hot available. Included In Miscellaneous. 


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TABLE - 14 - AVERAGE CREWS POSSESSED IN COMMITTED UNITS, BY TYPE MODEL, BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

f- 8 o 

— 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

" 1 

F-94 

RB/ 

WB-26 

RB/ 

VB-29 

RF-51 

rf -80 

C-46 

VC/ 

C-47 

C-54 

c-119 

C-124 

LT/ 

T-6 

ET 

ra/ 

H-19 

r— 

SA-16 
SB-29 
TB-29 

MISC 

Average. 

l.k35 

lk5 

_97 

97. 

m 

6 

201 

185 

19 

32 

25 

25 

38 

Zi 

k9 

71 

82 

9 

73 

m/a 

n/a 

57 

July - 1950 a/.. 

387 

k5 

59 

21 

l4o 

n 

- 

- 

- 

- 

• 20 


17 

5 

23 

25 

_ 


8 

n/a 

n/a 

13 

August. ..... . 

631 

k5 

130 

163 

120 

8 

- 

- 

- 

7 

23 

_ 

22 

5 

49 

11 

_ 


24 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

24 

September. 

819 

55 

lko 

164 

136 

8 

* 

- 

. 

15 

25 

_ 

24 

21 

58 

12 

61 

_ 

35 

n/a 

65 

October . 

915 

58 

135 

168 

212 

a 

- 

- 

- 

14 

28 

- 

20 

15 

39 

14 

97 


37 

n/a 

n/a 

70 

November . 

905 

119 

84 

172 

187 

12 

- 

- 

- 

14 

27 


16 

24 

26 

20 

95 


46 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

63 

December. ... . 

1,064 

144 

8*4 

167 

220 

18 

.5/54 

C/26 

- 

16 

27 

g / 1 

is 

43 

29 

33 

85 

- 

37 

n/a 

62 

January - 1951. . . . 

1,081* 

13k 

88 

no 

222 

22 

95 

6 

- 

22 

24 

17 

21 

52 

23 

39 

100 


48 

n/a 

n/a 

61 

February . . 

1,019 

132 

97 

104 

217 

19 

84 

- 

- 

21 

25 

9 

17 

35 

25 

39 

101 

_ 

44 

n/a 

n/a 

50 

March ... . 

1,062 

120 

91 

118 

280 

14 

75 

41 

- 

20 

24 

1 

17 

8 

33 

32 

99 


45 

n/a 

n/a 

w 

April ... 

1,020 

109 

79 

95 

254 

9 

88 

58 

- 

22 

23 

13 

17 

7 

30 

38 

94 


39 

n/a 

n/a 

45 

May .. 

1,191 

113 

86 

io4 

225 

15 

92 

57 

- 

27 

25 

28 

22 

62 

34 

101 

96 

_ 

50 

n/a 

n/a 

54 

June. . . . 

1,1*02 

131 

98 

118 

254 

11 

137 

59 

- 

33 

26 

38 

36 

94 

k3 

92 

93 

5 / 

71 

n/a 

n/a 

68 

July . 

1,1*62 

107 

89 

116 

236 

11 

185 

88 

. 

37 

25 

50 

k3 

87 

66 

100 

89 


88 

18 

16 

11 

August . 

1,1*96. 

113 

87 

121 

191 

9 

211 

82 

- 

38 

25 

50 

52 

89 

66 

147 

89 


81 

10 

18 

9 

September .... . 

1.591 

138 

89 

115 

207 

13 

225 

90 

- 

36 

25 

45 

49 

100 

66 

160 

98 

1 

90 

16 

18 

10 

October ... 

1,550 

125 

89 

109 

233 

10 

227 

85 

- 

37 

25 

45 

36 

94 

63 

130 

98 

1 

97 

14 

18 

14 

November . 

1,53k 

■KJ 

86 

118 

221 

6 

231 

116 

_ 

29 

26 

48 

31 

100 

64 

120 

89 


100 

14 

18 

17 

December . 

1,627 

109 

96 

139 

138 

8 

233 

201 

- 

38 

24 

48 

38 

103 

65 

127 

92 

- 

115 

17 

20 

16 

January - 1952 . 

1,630 

103 

93 

139 

127 

9 

205 

zi7 

d/12 

36 

25 

5k 

42 

104 

66 

130 

89 


122 

23 

20 

14 

February .•. 

1,631 

103 

08 

127 

135 

e/7 

226 

210 

25 

36 

24 

45 

41 

109 

66 

129 

85 

_ 

118 

23 

20 

14 

March ... 

1,613 

131 

97 

128 

120 


221 

201 

25 

45 

24 

49 

50 

119 

67 

115 

85 

_ 

93 

17 

12 

14 

April ..... . 

1,598 

155 

104 

133 

ns 

- 

201 

178 

25 

48 

24 

56 

47 

113 

62 

120 

87 

_ 

83 

17 

7 

20 

May . 

1,613 

179 

106 

101 

118 

- 

218 

202 

25 

44 

26 

58 

41 

98 

65 

119 

76 


89 

18 

7 

23 

June. ............. 

1,571 

186 

100 

99 

ll6 


206 

223 

24 

35 

24 

55 

28 

77 

49 

126 

77 

- 

93 

10 

7 

28 

July . 

l,6ol* 

17k 

100 

85 

122 

- 

230 

216 

35 

39 

23 

49 

33 

73 

61 

133 

76 


88 

14 

21 

32 

August . 

1,67k 

185 

106 

87 

123 

- 

290 

224 

35 

29 

24 

k3 

k7 

86 

63 

105 

76 

3 

88 

18 

13 

29 

September . 

1,655 

158 

103 

69 

127 

- 

293 

230 

30 

28 

25 

34 

53 

89 

62 

85 

74 

4 

107 

18 

20 

26 

October ............ 

1,667 

18k 

9k 

119 

138 

- 

31k 

237 

32 

27 

25 

21 

41 

64 

55 

73 

69 

15 

84 

24 

19 

32 

November. ... 

1,697 

191 

97 

107 

142 

- 

320 

248 

4o 

34 

26 

24 

52 

76 

44 

46 

75 

19 

85 

22 

18 

31 

December. ..... . 

1,661 

191 

95 

86 

140 

- 

313 

256 

49 

31 

27 

20 

52 

71 

42 

28 

80 

33 

76 

25 

17 

29 

January .. 

1,695 

21k 

98 

f/eo 

126 

- 

299 

307 

46 

36 

26 

14 

51 

76 

45 

35 

84 

34 

62 

23 

15 

24 

February . 

1,791 

230 

99 

- 

126 

- 

297 

423 

51 

41 

26 

1/10 

49 

90 

41 

36 

95 

38 

74 

24 

15 

26 

March . 

1,823 

225 

100 

1 

103 

- 

336 

441 

50 

48 

24 

_ 

52 

69 

44 

32 

87 

37 

83 

27 

16 

28 

April . 


199 

107 

- 

59 

- 

381 

528 

51 

59 

22 

_ 

50 

91 

40 

25 

87 

35 

85 

34 

19 

28 

May . 


199 

107 

- 

21 

- 

419 

576 

52 

47 

24 

_ 

65 

88 

45 

19- 

89 

33 

86 

28 

22 

33 

June .............. 


202 

108 

- 

6 


415 

535 

k5 

54 

27 

- 

63 

88 

43 

25 

88 

31 

74 

31 

21 

32 

July .. . a . ?r. . . 


263 

98 

- 

5 

- 

322 

489 

47 

55 

26 

- 

59 

90 

58 

21 

87 

’ 31 

73 

26 

14 

28 


a/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950. b/ F-64 type acft began operations Dec 50. c/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

3/ F-94 type acft began operations Jon 52. e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat etatua Feb 52. 7f F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53. 

W RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. h/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. if RF-51 type acft removed from combat status'Feb 53- 

N/A Not Available and included in Misc. 

Source; Operations statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 15 - AVERAGE AIRCRAFT COMBAT READY IN COMMITTED UNITS BY TYPE MODEL . BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 £ 


MOOTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-8O 


F-84 

F-86 

F-94 

RB/ 

VB-26 

RB/ 

WB-29 

RF-51 

RF-80 

C-46 

vc/ 

C-47 

c-54 

C-119 

C-124 

lt/ 

t-6 

H-5 

YH/ 

H-19 

SA-16 

SB-29 
TB-29 

MISC 

Average. . . . 

6?a 

li 

68 

45 

67 

2 

86 

12 

8 

15 

E9 

7 

18 

19 



!i3 

4 

35 

m/a 

n/a 

4o 

July - 1950 ej. . 

252 

30 

49 

14 

69 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

12 

- 

10 

mu 

14 

22 


- 

9 

h/a 

n/a 

10 

August. 

4o4 

29 

89 

93 

75 

6 

- 

- 

- 

1 

11 

- 

12 

89 

29 

21 


_ 

21 

h/a 

n/a 

12 

September .... 

523 

30 

109 

82 

94 

6 

- 

- 

- 

11 

9 

* 

13 

El 

23 

22 


_ 

24 

n/a 

n/a 

32 

October . 

555 

29 

102 

76 

128 

4 

- 

- 

- 

14 

12 

- 

19 

18 

23 

16 


- 

26 

n/a 

n/a 

32 

November. 

515 

60 

69 

83 

107 

3 

- 

- 

- 

13 

9 

- 

15 

26 

15 

14 


- 

24 

n/a 

h/a 

35 

December. 

593 

65 

63 

71 

118 

6 

6/ 27 

s/ 15 

- 

10 

10 

§/ 

9 

44 

9 

38 


- 

25 

r/a 

n/a 

36 

January - 1951* ■ 

606 

56 

69 

57 

115 

5 

47 

3 


14 

11 

8 

11 

44 

9 

46 

48 


26 

n/a 

n/a 

37 

February. 

621 

45 

70 

65 

117 

4 

49 

- 

- 

12 

11 

4 

12 

47 

13 

46 

64 

- 

23 

n/a 

n/a 

39 

March ...... 

682 

50 

72 

66 

123 

5 

51 

28 

- 

10 

is 

4 

14 

57 

15 

50 

61 


28 

n/a 

n/a 

36 

April . 

601 

45 

68 

61 

95 

3 

50 

37 

- 

9 

10 

4 

15 

46 

20 

49 

13 


40 

n/a 

n/a 

36 

May. 

668 

52 

70 

73 

98 

3 

48 

41 

- 

10 

11 

3 

13 

36 

23 

46 

61 


39 

n/a 

n/a 

41 

June. 

647 

50 

68 

67 

94 

2 

50 

37 


12 

13 

. 3 

13 

36 

20 

43 

53 


32 

n/a 

n/a 

46 

July. 

[£9 

70 

74 

65 

73 

2 

64 

35 

_ 

15 

12 

3 

16 

^3 

47 

47 

55 


32 

10 

12 

10 

August. 


78 

75 

70 

66 

2 

50 

31 

- 

17 

13 

4 

21 

42 

42 

48 

52 


29 


13 

7 

September .... 


76 

71 

6l 

59 

2 

74 

33 

- 

17 

14 

3 

19 

51 

38 

47 

64 

h/ 1 

34 


13 

8 

October . 


75 

66 

66 

58 

2 

73 

34 

- 

15 

12 

4 

19 

43 

4o 

48 

58 

1 

35 


12 

15 

November. 

668 

75 

59 

53 

56 

1 

73 

33 

_ 

14 

12 

12 

21 

47 

40 

45 

60 

_ 

32 

8 

12 

15 

December. 

654 

73 

57 

38 

47 

2 

70 

58 

- 

14 

8 

21 

23 

46 

38 

47 

39 


30 

11 

16 

16 

January - 1952. . 

653 

75 

65 

48 

34 

3 

61 

6l 

4/ 5 

15 

12 

18 

21 

45 

32 

45 

29 

. 

37 

14 

16 

17 

February. 

674 

83 

6l 

44 

35 

e/ 2 

54 

85 

9 

13 

10 

23 

18 

41 

44 

44 

11 

- 

51 

14 

14 

18 

March . 

667 

78 

72 s 

35 

49 


48 

80 

18 

16 

11 

16 

18 

35 

31 

45 

30 

_ 

48 

12 

11 

14 

April . 

687 

77 

64 

43 

49 

- 

47 

93 

16 

19 

10 

19 

16 

39 

28 

45 

35 

- 

50 

12 

10 

15 

May. 

664 

71 

58 

4l 

49 


46 

90 

14 

18 

12 

14 

19 

42 

22 

50 

27 


42 

14 

15 

20 

June. ...... 

716 

69 

64 

28 

54 


80 

108 

14 

16 

11 

14 

19 

44 

23 

47 

27 

- 

43 

15 

17 

23 

July. 

794 

69 

66 

30 

6l 


132 

110 

14 

17 

11 

17 

22 

50 

23 

45 

21 

6 

48 

13 

Ifl 

21 

August.. 

783 

81 

65 

35 

62 


112 

114 

17 

19 

12 

15 

20 

50 

23 

4l 

14 

4 

44 

14 

17 

24 

September .... 

814 

90 

60 

36 

60 


135 

107 

16 

19 

12 

12 

is 

48 

26 

30 

45 

8 

42 

11 

17 

22 

October . 

866 

102 

47 

4o 

6l 


166 

119 

is 

20 

10 

11 

18 

51 

19 

26 

52 

13 

44 

13 

17 

19 

November..... 

874 

98 

49 

4o 

62 


172 

, 127 

18 

20 

11 

11 

19 

49 

22 

21 

46 

15 

43 

14 

15 

22 

December. 

838 

90 

54 

34 

74 


159 

117 

17 

20 

12 

8 

17 

50 

18 

10 

45 

l4 

43 

14 

17 

17 

January - 1953• « 

812 

102 

58 

20 

73 

_ 

156 

126 

14 

20 

12 

5 

15 

45 

19 


49 

9 

43 

16 

7 

16 

February. 

801 

97 

59 

H 

67 

- 

167 

130 

13 

19 

11 

1/ 3 

14 

45 

23 


48 

15 

42 

16 

8 

17 

March.. 

84o 

102 

63 


53 

- 

170 

174 

16 

20 

13 


15 

<*7 

20 


46 

is 

39 

10 

8 

19 

April.. 

867 

113 

73 

- 

33 

- 

163 

206 

16 

18 

13 

- 

22 

46 

21 


56 

18 

38 

16 

8 

20 

May. 

920 

117 

75 

- 


- 

185 

229 

16 

is 

mm 

- 

31 

47 

22 


60 


37 

17 

8 

19 

June. ...... 

930 

107 

76 

- 


- 

195 

222 

15 

20 

H 

- 

37 

49 

24 

8 

65 


36 

11 

8 

24 

July(thru the 27) 

913 

111 

76 

■ ■■■MM 

m 


191 

223 

12 

15 

9 

- 

41 

46 

20 

10 

63 


33 

11 

6 

33 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

3Y F-9 1 * type acft began operations Jan 52. 
g/ RF-51 type acft began operation* Dec 50- 
Source:_ Operations Statistics Division, Directorate 


b/ P-64 type acft began operations Dec 50. 
e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. 
n/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. 
of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


c ! ?S6 type acft began operations Dec 50- 
7/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53- 
T/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53- 
FT/A Not Available. Included in Miscellaneous. 


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TABLE 16 - AVERAGE CREWS COMBAT READY IN COMMITTED UNITS, BY TYPE MODEL, BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


• MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

— 

P-94 

KB/ 

VB-26 

RB/ 

VB-29 

RF-54 

RF-flO 

c-46 

— 

VC/ 

C-47 

— 

c-54 

C-119 

— 

C-124 

LT/ 

t-6 

rrr 

YH/ 

B~19 

sa -16 
SB-29 
TB-29 

MISC 

Average. 

1,168 

113 

E9 

82 

wm 

■I 

144 

138 

13 

23 

24 

22 

30 

65 

46 

66 

74 

8 

4? 

n/a 

N/A 

54 

July - 1950 a/. 

375 

45 

59 

21 

130 

11 

_ 

_ 



20 


16 

5 

22 

25 



8 

n/a 

n/a 

13 

August. 

613 

45 

127 

162 

110 

8 

- 

- 

- 

7 

23 


22 

5 

45 

11 

_ 


24 

n/a 

n/a 

24 

September . 

776 

55 

138 

161 

130 

7 

- 

- 

. 

14 

25 


24 

10 

41 

12 

6l 

_ 

32 

n/a 

n/a 

66 

October . . 

876 

57 

135 

160 

203 

7 

- 

- 

- 

12 

28 


20 

14 

39 

13 

86 


33 

N/a 

n/a 

69 

November. 

871 

115 

B4 

169 

182 

9 

- 

- 

- 

12 

27 


16 

24 

26 

20 

81 

_ 

43 

n/a 

n/a 

63 

December. 

1,008 

142 

84 

156 

202 

17 

b/54 

C/26 

- 

13 

27 

s/ 

16 

43 

29 

33 

68 

- 

36 

n/a 

n/a 

62 

January - 1951. 

1,016 

132 

88 

109 

204 

19 

84 

6 

_ 

15 

24 

16 

19 

52 

23 

39 

82 


44 

n/a 

n/a 

60 

February. 

934 

120 

88 

103 

198 

16 

67 

- 

- 

16 

25 

9 

17 

35 

25 

39 

85 

_ 

40 

n/a 

n/a 

49 

March... 

973 

102 

89 

114 

260 

14 

58 

41 

- 

18 

24 

1 

17 

8 

33 

31 

83 

_ 

37 

n/a 

n/a 

43 

April . 

956 

105 

76 

94 

239 

9 

72 

58 

- 

21 

23 

10 

17 

7 

30 

38 

77 

_ 

37 

n/a 

n/a 

45 

May. 

1,013 

96 

74 

96 

205 

9 

84 

57 

- 

24 

25 

26 

21 

19 

33 

76 

80 

_ 

4l 

n/a 

n/a 

47 

June. 

1,120 

97 

91 

60 

191 

10 

99 

52 

- 

23 

25 

32 

26 

75 

42 

79 

76 

- 

53 

n/a 

n/a 

63 

July. 

1,217 

90 

88 

89 

189 

11 

141 

82 

_ 

23 

24 

37 

31 

80 

64 

87 

78 


62 

15 

16 

10 

August.* . . 

1,242 

96 

85 

89 

159 

9 

155 

69 

_ 

24 

24 

45 

34 

81 

61 

131 

79 

_ 

62 

12 

18 

9 

September . . 

1,294 

116 

88 

90 

133 

9 

174 

75 

- 

29 

24 

39 

34 

91 

62 

149 

87 

h/1 

52 

13 

18 

10 

October . 

1,256 

110 

85 

90 

152 

8 

200 

62 

- 

25 

22 

38 

32 

83 

6l 

117 

86 


41 

11 

18 

l4 

November. .... . 

1,235 

65 

79 

90 

148 

6 

205 

74 

- 

18 

24 

43 

28 

97 

62 

108 

82 


40 

12 

17 

17 

December. 

1,269 

81 

86 

103 

108 

a 

183 

133 

- 

24 

23 

43 

30 

96 

62 

122 

82 

- 

33 

16 

20 

16 

January - 1952. 

1,235 

75 

83 

103 

77 

9 

153 

156 

d/9 

22 

25 

42 

26 

99 

63 

123 

83 


38 

19 

20 

10 

February. 

1,243 

75 

82 

105 

. 75 

S/7 

145 

170 

9 

22 

24 

36 

27 

105 

64 

124 

80 

_ 

42 

21 

19 

11 

March . 

1,249 

90 

85 

103 

85 


145 

162 

17 

29 

24 

42 

26 

113 

65 

106 

80 

, 

36 

17 

11 

11 

April . 

1,285 

113 

79 

104 

94 


144 

140 

23 

25 

24 

50 

36 

109 

60 

116 

83 


46 

15 

7 

17 

May. 

1,303 

132 

88 

79 

92 


171 

148 

18 

2 6 

24 

54 

30 

92 

63 

114 

72 


57 

15 

7 

21 

June. ..*. 

1,268 

136 

86 

73 

91 


152 

173 

18 

24 

23 

48 

20 

75 

48 

.115 

73 

- 

69 

15 

7 

22 

July. . .'. 

1,272 

132 

86 

51 

94 


166 

172 

17 

27 

21 

44 

23 

67 

56 

121 

73 


62 

12 

20 

28 

August. . .. 

1,331 

134 

87 

54 

103 


203 

185 

16 

22 

23 

36 

34 

■ 78 

58 

99 

73 

2 

68 

18 

13 

25 

September . 

1,334 

127 

84 

63 

104 

- 

216 

191 

21 

23 

22 

28 

36 

81 

57 

80 

72 

_ 

69 

16 

- 20 

24 

October . . 

1,376 

151 

82 

89 

116 

- 

231 

194 

20 

22 

22 

IB 

32 

57 

52 

73 

67 

15 

61 

24 

19 

31 

November. 

1,339 

129 

78 

96 

105 

- 

249 

196 

21 

26 

23 

21 

37 

70 

41 

33 

68 

18 

62 

20 

18 

28 

December. .... . 

1,273 

118 

82 

72 

120 

“ 

213 

196 

26 

25 

22 

19 

34 

56 

39 

28 

76 

31 

51 

21 

17 

27 

January - 1953. 

1,247 

127 

79 

f/4l 

106 

- 

191 

218 

30 

26 

26 

14 

34 

60 

41 

35 

78 

32 

48 

23 

15 

23 

February. 

1,307 

153 

79 

- 

102 

- 

189 

247 

33 

37 

25 

1/10 

40 

79 

41 

35 

86 

37 

50 

24 

15 

25 

March . 

1,274 

171 

79 

1 

79 

- 

201 

226 

39 

30 

21 

. 

44 

87 

43 

32 

74 

36 

48 

23 

16 

24 

April . 

1,380 

148 

83 


50 

- 

208 

3*»7 

4l 

45 

21 

- 

46 

87 

39 

24 

75 

35 

57 

32 

18 

24 

May.. 

1,520 

152 

86 


15 

* 

259 

459 

44 

37 

22 

- 

60 

86 

43 

19 

81 

33 

50 

25 

20 

29 

June.. 

1,443 

140 

89 


6 

- 

254 

408 

42 

37 

25 

- 

53 

82 

42 

25 

78 

31 

50 

31 

20 

30 

July (through the 27th) .... 

1,512 

197 

87 

- 

5 

r 

280 

398 

*3 

42 

26 

- 

52 

89 

<*3 

21 

79 

30 

56 

23 

13 

28 


a/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950. b/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. c/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

5/ F -94 type acft began operations Jan 52. ’e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. ?/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53. 

gj FF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. „ W C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. T/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

N/a Not Available, included In Miscellaneous. -V fcl 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


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t 

26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


P-82 

F-84 

p-06 

P-94 

RB/WB-26 

rb/vb -29 

1,666 

86,400 

87,179 

4,694 

11,944 

535 

287 

_ 




81 

127 

- 

- 

- 

21 

107 

52 

- 

- 

- 

168 

105 

32 

- 

- 

- 

142 

116 

50 

- 

- 

_ 

122 

01 

159 

b/ 902 

c/ 236 

- 

168 

96 

112 

2,092 

212 


215 

93 

73 

1,560 

1 

. 

222 

00 

10 

2,449 

904 

. 

207 

73 

57 

2,179 

1,073 


312 

6 5 

71 

1,985 

1,360 

. 

359 

75 

49 

1,543 

1,250 

- 

356 

56 

75 

1,320 

734 

_ 

358 

71 

131 

1,588 

940 

. 

438 

70 

135 

2,008 

1,119 

- 

467 

86 

139 

3,354 

1,622 

- 

446 

91 

87 

3,349 

1,003 

_ 

343 

77 

48 

3,053 

2,066 

- 

358 

63 

101 

2,577 

2,340 

d/ 46 

190 

6l 

•/ 65 

2,140 

2,500 

“ 92 

366 

63 

- 

2,289 

3,359 

154 

429 

75 

- 

1,970 

3,703 

192 

4J8 

70 


2,410 

5,190 

269 

498 

94 

' 

1,932 

2,778 

306 

4o6 

59 

- 

1,713 

2,423 

264 

398 

31 

- 

2,46l 

3,010 

21 

370 

24 

- 

2,330 

3,586 

7 

412 

29 

“ 

3,031 

4,320 

24 

336 

18 

- 

3,126 

2,635 

101 

330 

12 


3,403 

3,418 

322 

311 

28 

- 

3,129 

3,429 

357 

355 

71 

- 

3,004 

2,652 

301 

333 

61 

- 

2,007 

3,632 

367 

351 

70 

- 

4,909 

5,346 

510 

455 

66 

- 

4,697 

6,721 

471 

496 

69 

“ 

4,795 

7,696 

463 

380 

69 


4,503 

5,841 

307 

308 

79 


c/ F-66 type acft began operations Dec 50. 
f/ F -51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53 * 

/ 


Feb 52* 


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TABLE 17 


- AIRBORNE SORTIES BY MONTH . BY TYPE MODEL - 26 JUNE I960 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953- Cont.hu.. 


MONTH 

RF-51 

RF-80 

C-46 

VC/C-47 

C-54 

c-119 

C-124 

t/lt-6 

H-5 

B/TO-19 

SA-16 

SB/TB-29 

Ml SC 

Total. 

10,570 

19,843 

*0,567 

46,291 

57,641 

34,124 

3,705 

39,955 

9,400 

2,984 

6,312 

July - 1950 a/. 



111 

1,060 

85 



137 




August... 

- 1 


59 

2,422 

107 

30 


1,025 

128 

2 

168 

September., . .. 

- 

IbI 

238 

1,700 

497 

720 


1,463 

150 

39 

470 

October.. 

- 

287 

548 

1,253 

1,525 

2,753 

. 

1,202 

140 

32 

548 

f Jo v ember. 

- 

390 

1,638 

905 

1,413 

2,729 

_ 

1,473 

127 

26 

434 

December. 

g/ w 

280 

1,415 

570 

1,502 

1,795 

- 

1,399 

1+2 

51 

298 

January - 1951 .. 

257 

320 

1,961 

889 

2,160 



1,286 

51 

44 


February. ...... . . . 

21 b 

264 

1,385 

1,160 

2,718 

■US 

* 

1,223 

149 

21 

246 

March... 

31** 

365 

1,349 

1,519 

2,720 

1,244 

. 

1,348 

131 

29 


April . 

233 

492 

1,132 

1,881 

3,076 

268 

_ 

1,524 

68 

31 

316 

May. 

108 

393 

1,496 

1,686 

2,957 

1,389 

_ 

1,421 

83 

46 

"64 

June. 

87 

435 

1,313 

1,576 

2,985 

1,1+51+ 

- 

1,401 

158 

81 

52 

July. 

93 

320 

850 

993 

2,379 

850 


833 

286 

66 1 

21 

August. 

85 

367 

1,145 

1,152 

2,209 

1,040 

_ 

969 

495 

92 

13 

September . 

98 

500 

535 

1,303 

2,548 

400 

h/ 4 

942 

193 

100 

3 

October . 

115 

691 

872 

1,261 

2,298 

705 

~ 20 

1,000 

399 

107 

15 

November. 

1*11 

544 

1,041 

1,217 

2,335 

465 

_ 

945 

196 

99 

8 

December. 

764 

532 

1,094 

1,163 

2,193 

768 

- 

845 

223 

78 

51 

January - 1952. 

775 

515 

1,110 

1,374 

2,298 

551 


1,009 

379 

75 


February. 

662 

470 

1,106 

1,265 

2,168 

266 


636 

302 

67 


March . 

624 

447 

966 

1,671 

2,256 

499 

_ 

769 

298 

97 

63 

April.. 

636 

539 

527 

1,449 

1,598 

427 

_ 

893 

245 

88 

113 

May. 

988 

815 

887 

1,192 

2,015 

588 


1,210 

430 

99 

149 

June. 

824 

719 

1,325 ' 

1,074 

2,428 

233 

- 

1,012 

545 

55 

136 

July. 

558 

422 

1,434 

992 

2,053 

129 

28 

794 

528 

48 

91 

August.. 

714 

594 

1 , 35 k 

1,131 

2,060 

277 

60 

1,024 

301 

93 


September . . 

497 

721 

1,201 

1,238 

1,127 

684 

191 

1,176 

337 

125 

127 

October ... . 

510 

647 

1,386 

1,136 

967 

1,228 

273 

1,344 

289 

133 

108 

November. 

396 

767 

951 

926 

871 

885 

230 

982 

22? 

93 

104 

December. 

359 

663 

1,271 

920 

1+1*0 

1,212 

304 

1,078 

191 

129 

246 

January - 1953. 

196 

579 

1,333 

987 

347 

1,484 

356 

1,005 

264 

124 

205 

February. 

1/ 42 

6ll 

1,303 

852 

262 

1,220 

369 

913 

266 

96 

208 

March., . 

* 

605 

1,663 

1,213 

217 

1,230 

507 

96l 

377 

118 

284 

April . 

- 

805 

2,198 

1,261 

239 

783 

1+1+1 

1,557 

471 

182 

300 

May. 


991 

2,206 

1,363 

217 

819 

488 

1,187 

415 

174 

263 

June. ......... . 

“ 

818 

1,813 

1,389 

254 

1,189 

256 

1,074 

362 

141 

274 

July (through the 27th) . 

- 

589 

1,351 

1,148 

317 

975 

178 

815 

154 

103 

183 


&/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. h/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. 1 / RF-51 type acft removed from combat Btatus Feb 53, 

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£ 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B -26 

B-29 

F-51 

— 

F -80 

F-82 

F-ai 

F -86 

F-91 

rb/vb -26 

RB/VB -29 

Total. 

699,030 

59,318 

19,768 

60,821 

97,126 

1,817 

85,035 

86,027 

1,592 

11,771 

2,121 

July - 1950 a/. 

8,039 

681 

517 

695 

1,198 

256 

_ 




79 

August. 

15,328 

958 

1,247 

1,837 

3,608 

125 

_ 

_ 


19 

103 

September... 

l5,5d 

951 

1,300 

1,176 

3,172 

51 




160 

103 

October ..... . 

16,128 

I 92 

706 

2,197 

1,232 

31 


_ 

_ 

132 

115 

November... 

17,669 

1,015 

673 

2,675 

1,013 

50 


_ 

_ 

117 

76 

December. ... . 

17,631 

1,591 

710 

2,216 

1,326 

153 

1 / 926 

c/ 229 

- 

163 

92 

January - 1951.. 

19,892 

1,129 

775 

1,909 

1,561 

111 

2,059 

207 


210 

67 

February. 

lB,lj6lt 

1,188 

708 

1,681 

1,211 

66 

1,512 

1 

_ 

211 

76 

March... 

23,222 

1,391 

760 

2,9H 

5,508 

17 

2,399 

858 

_ 

275 

72 

April.... 

22,063 

1,583 

551 

3,558 

1,002 

56. 

2,151 

1,057 

- 

303 

63 

May.. 

23,181 

1 , 69 a 

531 

3,627 

3,961 

71 

1,958 

1,351 

_ 

358 

73 

June. 

21,127 

1,512 

133 

3,112 

3,396 

19 

1,176 

1,244 

- 

351 

56 

July. 

15,553 

1,186 

187 

2,335 

2,266 

75 

1,278 

728 


319 

70 

August. 

17,098 

1,697 

161 

2,168 

2,288 

131 

1,536 

930 

_ 

431 

69 

September ... 

19,063 

1,955 

509 

2 , 77 a 

2,768 

135 

2,741 

1,108 


161 

82 

October.. 

21,683 

1,951 

186 

3,118 

3,101 

139 

3,317 

1,613 

_ 

115 

86 

November.. 

18,952 

1,860 

105 

2,015 

2,670 

87 

3,316 

999 

_ 

338 

72 

December. 

19,110 

1,691 

4o6 

1,517 

2,318 

18 

3,021 

2,011 

- 

356 

63 

January - 1952. 

18,261 

1,612 

186 

1,296 

1,588 

101 

2,530 

2,296 

a/ 16 

190 

61 

February. 

16,663 

1,517 

391 

1,170 

1,596 

1 / 65 

2,091 

2,160 

” 92 

356 

6l 

March . . . 

19,359 

1,512 

155 

1,137 

2,130 

- 

2,253 

3,330 

151 

111 

70 

April . 

18,195 

1,168 

367 

l,03l 

2,571 

- 

1,953 

3,712 

183 

130 

66 

May. 

23,611 

1,812 

396 

1,377 

3,151 

- 

2,376 

5,138 

261 

I 97 

88 

June... 

19,356 

1,781 

361 

1,181 

2,l0l 

- 

1,896 

2,712 

301 

102 

49 

July. 

16,352 

1,760 

I 32 

872 

1,581 

_ 

1,678 

2,379 

277 

386 

26 

August. 

18,027 

1,171 

367 

655 

2,144 

- 

2,101 

2,971 

21 

368 

22 

September... 

18,590 

1,711 

120 

1,130 

1,775 


2,271 

3,536 

7 

108 

26 

October ................ 

22,707 

2,223 

183 

1,252 

2,207 

_ 

3,787 

1,261 

24 

333 

15 

November. . 

17,509 

1,805 

397 

1,005 

1,857 

- 

3,088 

2,615 

99 

326 

9 

December. 

18,893 

1,583 

137 

691 

2,109 

- 

3,362 

3,361 

309 

301 

28 

January - 1953.. 

18,625 

1,797 

424 

r/ loo 

1,991 

_ 

3,090 

3,3H 

330 

351 

69 

February. ............... 

16,1(33 

1,793 

311 

- 

1,810 

- 

2,973 

2,621 

369 

329 

56 

March . 

17,880 

1,687 

116 

- 

1,161 

- 

2,782 

3,571 

380 

351 

66 

April . 

22,909 

1,921 

139 

- 

1,183 

- 

1,871 

5,271 

508 

155 

61 

May. 

23,067 

2,022 

500 

- 

138 

- 

4,640 

6,619 

168 

196 

66 

June.. 

23,681 

2,313 

' 493 


109 

- 

1,757 

7,598 

160 

380 

66 

July (through the 27th) . 

19,166 

2,263 

126 

- 

23 

- 

*,537 

5,761 

303 

307 

77 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 50. b/ F-94 type acft began operations Dec 50. c j F-86 type acft began operation* Dec 50. 

37 F-$4 type acft began operations Jan 52. e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. fj F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53. 


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MONTH 

RF-51 

RF -80 

C-46 

VC/C-47 

C-5 1 * 

C-119 

C-124 

t/lt -6 

H-5 

YH/H -19 

SA -16 

SB/TB-29 

MISC 

Total. 


18,957 

43,312 

I 

57,433 

33,639 

3,688 

38,645 

9,310 

2,897 

6,139 

July - 1950 »/. 

_ 

241 

107 

998 

67 



135 



33 

August. ... 

- 

509 

58 

2,407 

107 

30 

- 

1,024 

127 

2 

167 

September . 

- 

381 


1,681 

480 

703 


1,458 

148 

38 

462 

October... 

- 

281 


1,238 

1,1*94 

2,712 

- 

1,259 

130 

32 

531 

November. 

- 

368 

WBSSm 

902 

1,39** 

2,706 

_ 

1,1*37 

127 

26 

1*33 

December. ...... . .... 

gj 8 

249 

1,1*00 

568 

1,484 

1,776 


1,327 

42 

51 

290 

January - 1951- ...... . 

238 

281 

i,9**5 

882 

' 2,143 


_ 

1,251 

51 

41 

237 

February... 

197 

239 

1,381 

1,146 

2,694 


- 

1,158 

149 

19 

245 

March . 

295 

335 

1,343 

1,509 

2,709 

SBem 

- 

1,266 

130 

29 

197 

April.. 

227 

489 

1,128 

1,875 

3,038 

245 

- , 

1,329 

67 

27 

314 

May.. 

106 

384 

1,496 

1,682 

2,948 

1,369 

- 

1,367 

83 

46 

63 

June. 

84 

423 

1,313 

1,571 

2,983 

1,447 

- 

1,356 

158 

79 

51 

July. 

89 

317 

837 

977 

2,333 

■ 839 


724 

279 

64 

20 

August. 

85 

364 

1,126 

1,149 

2,193 

1,009 

- 

861 

494 

90 

13 

September . 

98 

497 

519 

1,300 

2,524 

389 

h/ 4 

901 

187 

98 

3 

October . 

K9 

684 

858 

1,259 

2,286 

TOO 

20 

965 

390 

105 

15 

November. 


544 

1,026 

1,210 

2,326 

462 

- 

889 

193 

98 

8 

December. 

757 

527 

1,082 

1,151 

2,175 

765 

- 

806 

221 

78 

51 

January - 1952.. 

763 

477 

1,085 

1,351 

2,289 

544 


987 

379 

75 

78 

February.. 

660 

425 

1,086 

1,252 

2,157 

e65 

_ 

610 

291 

62 

53 

March .... . 

619 

389 

960 

1,644 

2,252 

497 

_ 

748 

297 

95 

76 

April . . 

636 

479 

51B 

1,428 

1,594 

4 18 

. 

867 

241 

88 

109 

May. 

9» 

750 

886 

1,189 

2,008 

573 

_ 

1,193 

430 

93 

139 

June... 

824 

656 

1,324 

1,066 

2,423 

233 

- 

986 

51 * 1 * 

53 

227 

July. 

554 

377 

1,1*32 

975 ' 

2,052 

125 

28 

766 

528 

47 

. 77 

August. 

706 

523 

1,3*17 

1,113 

2,055 

273 

60 

1,017 

301 

93 

113 

September ... 

1*97 

637 

1,196 

1,226 

1,126 

682 

190 

1,168 

336 

124 

121 

October . . . 

5M 

801 

1,375 

1,117 

967 

1,218 

273 

1,334 

289 

131 

107 

November. 

396 

714 

943 

910 

865 

867 

229 

970 

227 

92 

95 

December. 

355 

645 

1,266 

912 

430 

1,184 

303 

1,066 

187 

124 

232 

January - 1953- .... . 

194 

578 

1,331 

977 

338 

1,475 

355 

998 

259 

121 

200 

February.. 

1 / 40 

6ll 

1,303 

851 

260 

1,210 

368 

904 

263 

93 

202 

March . 

- 

603 

1,663 

1,209 

215 

1,228 

505 

944 

374 

111* 

275 

April . 

- 

798 

2,198 

1,260 

239 

782 

440 

1,545 

465 

178 

292 

May... 

- 

986 

2,206 

1,359 

216 

817 

487 

1,175 

4l4 

167 

26l 

June. 

* 

808 

1,813 

1,382 

254 

1,185 

253 

1,055 

358. 

132 

268 

July (through the 27 th). 

- 

587 

1,319 

1,144 

315 

975 

173 

799 

151 

92 

181 


g/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. b/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51* i/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat statu* Feb 53* 

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o 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B -26 

B -29 

F -51 

f- 8 o 

F -82 

F-84 

F -86 

F -94 

RB/VB-26 

RB/WB -29 

Total. 

11,856 

778 

680 

1,786 

1,389 

51 

1,373 

1.152 

102 

170 


July - 1950 a/. 

46o 

43 

25 

18 

247 

31 






August. .... 

258 

12 

33 

96 

85 







September . 

335 

26 

34 

106 

84 



i - ' Hill 




October . 

November. . 

506 

447 

43 

67 

13 

k2 

198 

11*3 

95 

70 


- 


- 

10 

1 

December. 

553 

69 

17 

154 

68 


5 / 56 


- 

5 

u 

January - 1951... 

482 

Ul 

19 

115 

76 


33 





February. 

546 

60 

9 

102 

86 


5 6 



Q 


March . 

564 

31 

2 6 

104 

100 

tnwonlni 

50 

1*6 




April . 

548 

34 

Ik 

Ik 

88 

1 

28 

16 




May... 

308 

13 

13 

75 

72 

_ 

27 

6 




June. 

268 

12 

11* 

1*0 

50 

- 

67 

6 

- 

2 


July. 

361 

13 

12 

35 

23 


50 

6 




Auguat. 

350 

13 

13 

59 

20 

_ 

52 

10 




September ..... . . 

248 

7 

11 

33 

9 

_ 

64 

11 



4 

October . 

204 

5 

23 

33 

5 

_ 

37 

9 




November. ... 

214 

8 

25 

25 

8 

_ 

33 

1* 




December. ... 

218 

4 

18 

28 

lU 

- 

32 

22 

- 

2 


January - 1952.. 

317 

11 

29 

37 

12 


1*7 

ui* 




February.. . 

309 

3 

16 

36 

16 


46 

1*0 




March . 

294 


20 

35 

8 


36 

29 

3 



April ..... . 

346 


15 

48 

55 


25 

Ul 

9 

8 

u 

May. 

310 


10 

44 


O 

1*2 

52 

• 5 


6 

June... 

280 


lU 

35 


- 

36 

36 

5 

4 

10 

July. 

282 

23 

9 

17 


_ 

35 

44 

7 

12 


August. 

310 

33 

20 

14 



57 

39 




September ..... . ..... 

341 


28 

31 


_ 

67 





October... 

264 


11 

11 



44 

59 




November. 

237 


19 

6 

8 


38 

20 

2 

u 


Decenfeer, . 

302 

23 

26 

18 

8 

- 

1*1 

57 

13 

7 


January - 1953* .... . 

265 

20 

19 

r! 16 

2 


39 

85 

27 



February... 

150 

Ik 

15 

. 

k 

_ 

31 

28 


u 


March .... 

April . 

161 

lfl5 

1 

3 

20 

Ik 


1 

11 

- 

25 

38 

58 

75 

7 

2 


U 

May. 

June. 

197 

224 

Ik 

12 

13 

8 

~ 

- 

- 

57 

38 

72 

98 

3 

3 

- 

3 

3 

July (through the 27th) ........ 

20 k 

16 

n 

- 

- 

- 

46 

77 

U 

1 

2 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 Jun 50. 
Zf F-9** type acft began operations 


b/ p-au 

Jan 52* e/ F-82 


type acft began operations Dec 50. 
type acft removed from combat status 


c f F-86 type acft 
Feb 52. y F-51 type acft 


began operations Dec 50. 
removed from combat status Jan 53. 


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MONTH 

RF-51 

rf-8o 

C-46 

vc/c -47 

c -54 

C-119 

C-124 

t/lt-6 

H-5 

YH/H-19 

sa-i6 

SB/TB-29 

MISC 

Total. 

129 


255 

421 

4o8 

485 

il 

1,310 

90 

§7 

173 

July - 1950 a/. 

- 


4 

62 

IB 







August... 

* 


1 

15 


_ 


1 

J s 

1 



September . 

- 


1 

19 

17 

17 


5 

2 

1 

8 

October . 

- 


2 

15 

31 

4l 

w 

23 

10 


17 

November... 

- 

22 

11 

3 

19 

23 


36 




December. . ... 

g/ 2 

31 

mm 

2 

18 

19 

- 

72 

- 

- 

8 

January - 1951. 

19 

39 

1 

7 

17 

44 


35 




February. 

17 

25 


14 

24 

62 


65 


9 


March... 

19 

30 

6 

10 

11 

32 


82 

1 

• a 

2 

April . 

6 

3 

4 

6 

33 

23 


195 

1 


2 

May ..... . 

2 

9 

- 

4 

9 

20 

_ 

54 



1 

June. 

3 

12 

- 

5 

2 

PH 

- 

45 

- 


1 

July. 

4 

3 

13 

16 

46 

VI 


109 

7 


1 

August .. 

- 

3 

19 

3 

16 . 


_ 

108 

1 



September . . 

- 

3 

16 

3 

24 

AM i 

h/ 

41 

6 



October . 

- 

7 

14 

2 

12 

tlHH - 


35 

9 



November. 

7 

- 

15 

7 




56 

3 



December................ 

7 

5 

12 

12 


3 

- 

39 

2 


- 

January - 1952. 

12 

30 

25 

23 


7 


22 




February. 

2 

45 

20 

13 


1 


26 

11 

5 

6 

March ... 

5 

50 

6 

27 


2 


21 

1 

2 


April . 

- 

60 

9 

21 


9 


26 

4 


4 

Kay. 

4 

65 

1 

3 


15 

_ 

17 


6 

10 

June. 

- 

63 

1 

8 



- 

26 

1 

2 

9 

July. 

4 


2 

17 




26 


1 

16 

August. ... 

a 


7 

18 




7 




September ............... 

- 


5 

12 

9 w 

2 

1 

8 

1 

1 


October.... 

- 


n 

19 


10 


10 


2 


November... 

- 


8 

16 

6 

18 

1 

12 




December. . 

4 ■ 


3 

6 

10 

26 

1 

12 

4 

5 

14 

January * 1953* . » . . . . 

2 


2 

10 

9 

9 

1 

7 

5 



February... 

March . ...... . 

y 2 


- 

1 

4 

2 

2 


1 

2 

9 

17 

3 

3 

3 

4 

6 

9 

April ... 

- 

7 

- 

1 

- 


1 

12 

6 

4 

8 

May.. 

- 

5 

- 

4 

1 


1 

12 

1 

' 7 

— 2 

June... 

- 

10 

* 

7 

- 


3 

19 

4 

9 

6 

July (through the 27th).. 

- 

2 

2 

4 

2 


5 

16 

3 

11 

2 


g/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. h/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51* 1/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53 . 

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fc 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B -26 

B-29 

F-51 

f- 8 o 

F-82 

F-84 

F -86 

F -94 

rb/vb -26 

rb/wb-29 

Total. 

115,800 

b 8 ,B 89 

10,323 

112 

650 

534 

2,0bl 

101 

4,595 

8,945 

850 

July - 1950 a/. 

59 

36 

- 

_ 

_ 

23 

_ 





August. 

523 

458 

_ 

22 

4 

29 






September... 

620 

437 

43 

_ 

_ 

18 

_ 



122 


October . 

287 

229 

14 

. 


_ 

_ 



44 


November. 

269 

188 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 




61 


December. 

978 

838 

24 

- 

- 

- 

W 


- 

116 

- / 

January - 1951. 

1,056 

783 

29 

_ 

_ 

11 




199 


February. . 

1,301 

662 

45 

3 


_ 




204 

12 

March . 

2,763 

840 

72 


114 

6 

_ 



215 

17 

April .. 

2,809 

816 

107 

71 

123 

33 

164 

99 


231 

3 

May. 

2,303 

1,088 

233 

- 

6 

18 

_ 



202 

2 

June. 

2 , 70 b 

1,256 

165 

- 

- 

12 

- 

2 


317 

4 

July. 

2,627 

1,394 

127 

16 

. 

13 

_ 



279 

21 

August. 

3,477 

1,642 

70 

- 

- 

27 

_ 

_ 


362 

34 

September . . 

3,420 

1,922 

151 

. 

_ 

48 

36 

_ 


371 

31 

October.*... 

3,545 

1,882 

210 

_ 

4 

73 



_ 

337 


November. 

3,793 

1,822 

329 

- 

, 

36 

_ 



260 

32 

December. 

3,612 

1,664 

403 

- 

- 

24 

- 

- 

- 

273 

32 

January - 1952. 

3,891 

1,606 

499 

_ 

_ 

100 

. 


4 / 36 

166 

31 

February.. 

■ 3,699 

1,511 

407 

- 

- 

«/ 63 

_ 

_ 

■ 89 

302 

34 

March. 

3,977 

1,543 

475 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 


15 1 * 

353 

37 

April ... 

3,706 

1,467 

382 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

192 

350 

40 

May ...... . 

4,451 

1,819 

395 

- 


_ 


_ 

257 

386 

63 

June. 

4,247 

1,689 

378 

- 

* 

- 

' 

- 

267 

311 

35 

July. 

3,90b 

1,337 

441 

_ 

_ 

_ 

24 


273 

254 

24 

AUgUBt. 

3,576 

1,229 

387 

- 

- 

_ 

20 

_ 

21 

286 

19 

September ...... . 

3,bb3 

1,322 

407 

_ 

_ 

_ 

8 

.. 

7 

282 

22 

October . 

b,531 

2,084 

462 


- 

, 

8 


24 

244 

16 

November.... 

4 , 35 b 

1,645 

4l6 

- 

74 

_ 

261 

_ 

101 

237 

12 

December. 

b,313 

1,502 

465 

- 

51 

- 

215 

- 

320 

221 

28 

January - 1953. 

b ,801 

1,755 

443 

r / 

96. 

_ 

230 

_ 

357 

275 

4o 

February. 

b,bl7 

1,701 

359 

- 

78 

- 

184 

_ 

381 

236 

31 

March . 


1,607 

463 

- 

100 


203 

_ 

387 

233 

39 

April . 

b ,821 

1,893 

452 

- 


- 

212 

_ 

510 

363 

35 

May. 

b ,928 

1,984 

512 

- 

- 

- 

225 

_ 

471 

372 

36 

June. 

b,b55 

1,670 

501 

- 

- 

- 

181 

- 

459 

255 

38 

July (through the 27th) . 

3,696 

1,568 

437 

- 

- 

- 

70 

- 

289 

199 

45 


«/ Includes 27 through 30 Jun 50. b/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. c/ F -86 type acft began operations Dee 50. 

OJ F-9t type acft began operation* Jan 52. e/ F -82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. ?/ p-51 type acft reccvcd from combat statu* Jan 53 . 


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MCWTH 

RF-51 

KF-80 

C-46 

VC/C-47 

C-54 

c -119 

C-124 

lt/t-6 

H-5 

YH/B-19 

sa -16 

SB/TB-29 

MISC 

Total . 

47 

52 

11,365 

7,096 

11,675 

6,287 

1,616 

58 

37 

327 

200 

July - 1950 a/.' . 

_ 

. 

- 

. 








August. . .. 

3 

- 


- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 


September . 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

_ 


_ 




October . 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 



_ 


November .. 

- 

- 

. 

_ 


_ 


! 




December . 

&/ 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

• - 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1951 .. . 

_ 


_ 

3 1 * 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 




February. . . 

- 

- 

183 

97 

94 

1 

_ 

_ 




March ... 

16 

9 

453 

277 

509 

217 

- 

15 

_ 

_ 

3 

April. 

- 

- 

86 

277 

731 

65 

- 



_ 

3 

May.. 

- 

7 

120 

65 

353 

209 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 


June. 

- 

- 

236 

174 

399 

135 

" 

- 

- 

- 

4 

July... 

* 

_ 

213 

195 

260 

107 


. 



2 

August. 

- 

- 

384 

4o6 

329 

223 

_ 

_ 


_ 


September... 

- 

11 

123 

299 

3^7 

79 

h/ 

_ 

- 

1 

1 

October . 

- 

25 

185 

257 

368 

167 


_ 

_ 

_ 


November. 

- 

- 

293 

326 

553 

142 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


December. 

- 

* 

249 

279 

457 

231 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952. ... 

_ 

_ 

373 

357 

531 

192 

_ 

_ 




February... 

28 

- 

4ol 

292 

499 

73 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 

March . 

- 

- 

354 

346 

585 

128 


_ 

_ 


2 

April .... 

* - 

- 

281 

309 

526 

155 

. 

- 

_ 

. 

4 

May. 

- 

- 

331 

259 

632 

305 

. 

_ 



4 

June... 

* 


518 

214 

746 

87 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

July. 

_ 

_ 

522 

202 

736 

67 

15 


. 

. 

9 

August. 

- 

- 

631 

199 

624 

no 

28 

_ 

. 

19 

3 

September . 

- 

- 

4 61 

166 

457 

212 

79 

* 


20 


October . 

- 

- 

522 

154 

452 

397 

125 



22 

1 

November. 

- 

- 

540 

123 

314 

470 

138 

_ 


20 

3 

December. 

- 


454 

98 

264 

494 

152 

- 

6 

32 

11 

January - 1953. 

- 

. 

473 

101 

202 

629 

152 

_ 

1 

31 

16 

February.* 

1 / 

- 

503 

120 

145 

430 

196 

- 

4 

23 

26 

March.. 


- 

554 

226 

112 

242 

219 

_ 

2 

28 

29 

April . 

- 

- 

556 

295 

no 

107 

178 

30 

18 

31 

31 

May. 

- 

- 

474 

355 

114 

139 

180 

10 

1 

37 

is 

June. 

- 

- 

480 

300 

102 

314 

98 

3 

5 

3 1 * 

15 

July (through the 27th) . . . 

- 

- 

412 

294 

124 

160 

56 

- 

- • 

29 

13 


8/ HF-51 type left be Ran operations Dec 50. h/ C-l24 type acft began operationo Sep 51. i/ RF-51 type soft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

Source: Iterations Statistics Division, Directorate or Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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ft 


MONTH 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

INTERDICTION 
AND ARMED 
RECON 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

STRATEGIC 

RECON 

TOTAL 

COMBAT 

TACTICAL 

CONTROL 

SEARCH 

AND 

RESCUE 

COMBAT 

CARGO 

MI5C 

a/ 

TOTAL 

CCMBAT 

SUPPORT 

TOTAL 

KOREAN 

OPERATIONS 

INTRA 

JAPAN 

CARGO 

TOTAL USAF 
IN SUPPORT 
OF KAW 

Total .... 

92,603 

220,168 

73,887 

12,931 

994 

60,971 

461,554 

34,836 

15,192 

176,503 

22,801 

249,332 

710,886 

40,786 

751,672 

July - 1950 b/ . . . . 

3,942 

2,199 

457 

89 

57 

336 

7,o8o 

137 

■8 

1,279 

3 

1,419 

8,499 


8,499 

August . 

6,-m 

3,299 

242 

75 

613 

659 

11,662 

1,025 


2,717 

46 

3,924 

15,586 

_ 

15,586 

September. . . 

6,250 

3,281 

39 

87 

247 

676 

10,580 

1,463 

HHKI 

3,301 

235 

5,259 

15,839 

660 

16,499 

October. 

3,31*0 

4,474 

107 

10 

77 

565 

8,573 

1,282 

mss 

6,275 

287 

8,061 

16,634 

964 

17,598 

November . 

3,652 

4,210 

750 

l66 

- 

664 

9,442 

1,473 

173 

6,772 

256 

8,674 

18,116 

1,030 

19,146 

December . 

3,336 

6,462 

672 

88 

- 

748 

11,306 

1,259 

102 

5,310 

207 

6,878 

18,184 

1,457 

19,641 

January - 1951 .... 

2,671 

7 , 791 * 

826 

50 

. 

1,322 

12,663 

862 

100 

6,517 

232 

7,7U 

20,374 

1,802 

22,176 

February . 

3,002 

6,178 

466 

70 

- 

1,332 

11,048 

819 

171 

6,600 

72 

7,662 

18,710 

858 

19,568 

March. 

5 , 1*05 

7,371 

990 

169 

- 

2,259 

16,194 

369 

163 

6,551 

509 

7,592 

23,786 

1,163 

24,949 

April. ... . 

2 , 59 a 

8,655 

1,202 

374 

- 

1,847 

14,676 

1,162 

173 

. 6,006 

594 

7,935 

22,611 

830 

23,441 

May. 

2,824 

8,224 

1,353 

395 

- 

1,602 

14,398 

1,462 

116 

7,183 

330 

9,091 

23,489 

968 

24,457 

June. 

2,030 

7,037 

1,330 

269 

“ 

1,658 

12,324 

1,482 

(296 

\ 

7,136 

157 

9,071 

21,395 

965 

22,360 

July. 

1,084 

5,939 

799 

212 

. 

1,469 

9,503 

851 

39U 

4,9o4 

262 

6,411 

15,914 

1,189 

17,103 

August . 

818 

6,565 

855 

293 

- 

1,673 

10,204 

969 

393. 

5,255 

635 

7,252 

17,456 

1,346 

18,802 

September. 

862 

8,686 

1,263 

298 

- 

2,947 

14,056 

22 

356 

\4,445 

430 

5,255 

19,311 

1,270 

20,581 

October.. 

1,000 

9,753 

l,8l4 

167 

- 

3,219 

15,953 

- 

694 

43813 

427 

5,934 

21,887 

1,245 

23,132 

November . 

1,136 

8,735 

1,019 

99 

- 

2,689 

13,678 

- 

347 

4,655 

486 

5,488 

19,166 

1,051 

20,217 

December . 

302 

8,31*7 

2,126 

165 

- 

2,701 

13,641 

- 

328 

4,846 

513 

5,687 

19,328 

1,080 

20,408 

January - 1952 .... 

394 

6,805 

2,288 

163 

_ 

2,303 

11,953 

533 

527 

4,920 

648 

6,628 

18,581 

1,218 

19,799 

February . 

162 

6,268 

2,441 

183 

- 

1,636 

10,690 

720 

458 

4,451 

653 

6,282 

16,972 

1,086 

18,058 

March. 

1,081 

6,437 

3,270 

157 

- 

1,675 

12,620 

840 

504 

5,002 

687 

7,033 

19,653 

1,142 

20,795 

April. 

711 

6,288 

3,624 

246 

- 

1,759 

12,628 

964 

665 

3,595 

689 

5,913 

18,541 

761 

19,302 

May. 

1,031 

8,126 

4,728 

423 

- 

2,428 

16,736 

1,303 

8lB 

4,210 

887 

•7,218 

23,954 

1,239 

25,193 

June. 

1,910 

5,603 

2,391 

492 

- 

2,169 

12,565 

1,088 

609 

4,645 

729 

7,071 

19,636 

877 

20,513 

July. 

2,082 

4,104 

2,287 

386 

_ 

1,396 

10,255 

869 

578 

4,305 

627 

6,379 

16,634 

851 

17,485 

Augua t. 

1,854 

4,978 

2,595 

328 

- 

1,723 

11,478 

1,101 

475 

4,535 

748 

6,859 

18,337 

959 

19.296 

September. 

1,822 

5,120 

3,299 

350 

- 

1,655 

12,246 

1,255 

619 

4,056 

755 

6,685 

18,931 

1,105 


October. 

3,009 

6,357 

4,093 

228 

- 

1,942 

15,629 

1,437 

599 

4,559 

747 

7,342 

22,971 

1,302 


November . 

2,4l6 

5,330 

2,400 

214 

- 

1,630 

11,990 

1,070 

498 

3,606 

582 

5,756 

17,746 

1,493 


December 

1,713 

5,650 

2,856 

701 


1,554 

12,474 

1,180 

413 

3,953 

1,175 

6,721- 

19,195 

849 


January - 1953 .... 

1,218 

5,714 

2,901 

678 

- 

1,593 

12,104 

1,103 

498 

4,292 

893 

6,786 

18,890 

943 

19,833 


1,545 

4,858 

2,000 

936 

- 

1,235 

10,574 

1,000 

446 

3,754 

809 

6,009 

16,583 

804 

17,387 

March. . . 

1,187 

4,264 

2,911 

830 

- 

1,660 

10,852 

1,009 

662 

4,524 

994 

7,189 

18,041 

1,625 

19,666 

April.. 

2,617 

5,310 

3,927 

1,028 

- 

2,022 

14,904 

1 , 49 a 

793 

4,625 

1,274 

8,190 

23,094 

1,660 

24,754 

May. 

3,887 

4,706 

3,645 

1,186 

- 

1,654 

15,078 

1,208 

762 

4,765 

1,451 

8,106 

23,264 

1,672 

24,936 

June ^ . . 

7,078 

3,450 

3,467 

743 


1,465 

16,203 

1,145 

568 

4,521 

1,471 

7,705 

23,908 

1,431 

25,339 

July (thru the 27th) . 

5,860 

3,591 

2,454 

583 

- 

1,106 

13,594 

876 

279 

' 3,620 

1,301 

6,076 

19,670 

1,891 

21,561 


a/ Miscellaneous Includes, Refueling^ Liaison, etc type missions. b/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division,Directorate of Statistical Services7 DCs/C. 


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TABLE 22 — TONS OF BOMBS EXPENDED BY TYPE MODELN 
26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 t 


BYj MONTH - 
/ 


MONTH 

total 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-SO 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

RECON 

Total.. 

386,037 

112,215 

168,368 

12,909 

33,266 

122 

50,427 

7,508 

i 1,222 

July - 1950 a/. 


997 

4,432 


32 

43 




August. ... . 


1,308 

9,840 


1 

48 

_ 

_ 


September . 


961 

10,905 


21 

23 

- 

- 

- 

October . 

6,385 

514 

5,765 

52 

2 




52 

November. 

6,190 

1,021 

5,319 

69 

45 

_ 

_ 


36 

December. 

7,583 

1,358 

5,509 

126 

347 

- 

6/ 170 

c/ 

73 

January - 1951. 

9,054 

1,424 

6,875 

76 

323 


272 


82 

February. ........ 

8,130 

1,104 

6,449 

19 

479 

8 

2h 

_ 

47 

March . . 

9,ioo 

1,933 

6,334 

68 

632 

- 

so 

- 

53 

April . 

7,545 

2,041 

4,333 

654 

502 


15 



May. 

8,584 

2,633 

4,579 

623 

6o4 

, 

95 

_ 


June. ... . 

7,438 

2,348 

3,657 ; 

821 

434 

- 

178 

- 

- 

July. 

8,311 

2,175 

4,068 

689 

1,180 


199 



August. 

8,356 

2,779 

3,765 

379 

988 

- 

445 

_ 


September . 

10,593 

3,671 

3,879 i 

592 

1,269 

- 

1,047 

- 

135 

October . 

11,290 

3,367 

3,724 

802 

1,610 


1,754 


33 

November. . 

10,180 

3,451 

3,054 

368 

1,357 

_ 

1,695 

_ 

55 

December. 

10,557 

3,631 

3,501 

512 

1,355 

' 

1,523 


35 

January - 1952. ..... 

11,685 

3,571 

4,602 

470 

1,175 


1,832 


35 

February. 

10,494 

3,714 

3,718 

380 

1,139 

d/ 

1,542 

_ 

1 

March.. . 

11,814 

3,814 

4,253 

420 

1,654 


1,673 

- 

- 

April . 

10,303 

3,529 

3,417 

393 

1,900 


1,052 


12 

May.. . . . . 

11,677 

3,965 

3,542 

535 

2,421 

_ 

1,140 

13 

6l 

June. 

11,258 

3,916 

3,413 

505 

1,987 

- 

1,400 


37 

July. 

9,965 

3,056 

3,799 

387 

1,242 


1,475 


6 

August. . 

9,657 

2,602 

3,170 

289 

1,601 


1,965 

. 

30 

September . 

10,717 

3,294 

3,497 

504 

1,360 

- 

2,013 

- 

49 

October . 

12,401 

4,310 

4,155 

546 

1,248 

. 

2,094 


48 

November......... 

10,916 

3,641 

3,530 

380 

1,415 

_ 

1,925 

_ 

25 

December. 

12,635 

3,601 

4,o6l ; 

290 

1,480 

- 

3,089 

- 

111* 

January - 1953. 

12,188 

4,145 

3,876 

e/ 145 

1,284 


2,688 


50 

February. ........ 

10,836 

4,305 

3,005 

_ 

1,119 

. 

2,384 


23 

March . 

10,548 

3,864 

3,923 

- 

578 

- 

2,157 

- 

26 

April . 

12,554 

4,268 

3,929 

_ 

482 


3,521 

323 

31 

May. 

14,563 

\4,914 

4,467 

- 

_ 

_ 

3,441 

1,705 


June. 

16,720 

5,592 

4,160 

- 

- 

- 

3,913 

3,044 

11 

July (through the 27th) . 

15,286 

5,348 

' 3,863 

* 

* 

- 

3,626 

2,423 

26 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

b/ P-8U type aeft began operations December 1950* 

c/ F-66 type aeft began operations December 1950. 

d/ F-02 type aeft removed from combat status February 1952. 

e/ F-51 type aeft removed from combat status January 1953. 

Source? Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 23 - TONS OF NAPALM EXPENDED BY TYPE MODEL * BY MONTH - 
26 JUNE 1930 THROUGH 27 JULY 1933 


MOOTS 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F -51 

F-SO 

F-84 

F-86 

Total. 

32,357 

3,101 


15,221 

8,327 

5,56o 

148 

July - 1950 a/ . 

3 



1 

2 



August . . .”. 

6l4 

1 

- 

610 

3 

- 

- 

September. 

1,712 

98 

- 

1,601 

13 


- 

October. 

671 

_ 


647 

24 

_ 

. 

November . 

1,548 

260 

, 

1,180 

108 

_ 

- 

December.. 

1,964 

55 1 * 

- 

1,004 

356 

6/ 50 

£/ 

January - 1951. 

2,493 

489 


1,023 

763 

223 


February . 

2,927 

727 

- 

914 

857 

429 

- 

March. ... . 

3,833 

163 

- 

1,776 

886 

1,008 


April. 

3,854 

412 

_ 

1,171 

1,209 

1,056 

6 

May. 

3,681 

151 

- 

1,476 

1,303 

751 

- 

June. 

2,228 

53 

“ 

64 5 

1,411 

119 

- 

July. 

516 

5 

_ 

377 

94 

40 

_ 

August . 

672 

6 

- 

553 

87 

26 

- 

September.. 

769 

* 

- 

589 

146 

34 

- 

October. 

758 

106 

_ 

552 

96 

4 

_ 

November . 

573 

. 

- 

439 

128 

6 

- 

December . 

408 

3 

- 

219 

68 

116 

- 

January - 1952 . 

196 



141 

33 

22 

. 

February. 

132 

4 

- 

32 

93 

3 

- 

March. . . 

207 

8 

- 

19 

175 

5 

- 

April.. 

29 

_ 

_ 


14 

15 


May. 

385 

- 

- 


202 

112 

- 

June. 

184 

- 

- 


32 

97 

“ 

July. 

183 

_ 



29 

120 

_ 

August . * 

202 

1 

- 


91 

104 

- 

September. 

62 

l4 

- 

- 

5 

43 

- 

October. . 

211 

_ 

_ 

12 

33 

166 


November . 

886 

12 

_ 

74 

64 

736 

_ 

December . 

16 

11 

- 

' 


5 


January - 1953 . 

18 

4 

. 

d/ 

_ 

l4 

. 

February.. 

14 

1 

- 

- 

1 

12 

- 

March. . 

76 

9 

- 

- 

1 

3 

63 

April. 

12 

5 

_ 


_ 

7 

_ 

May. 

56 

4 

- 

- 

- 

52 

- 

June .......... 

117 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

111 

6 

July (thru the 27th) . . 

142 

- 

- 

- 


69 

73 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 


b/ F-84 type acft began operations December 1950. 
c/ F-86 type acft began operations December 1950. 
d/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status January 1953* 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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(55,797 Smoke Rockets fired by LT/T -6 aircraft not Included In the following table.) 


MOUTH TOTAL 8-26 B-29 F-51 P-80 F-82 F-84 F -86 RECON 


. 313,600 25,065 - 183,034 80,935 1,892 22,151 270 250 


July - 1950 a/. 11,933 606 - 2,894 7,761 672 

Auguat. 23,277 75 - 15,687 6,732 783 

September. 24,030 2,066 - 13,86l 7,959 144 

October. 16 ,064 720 . 6,820 8,524 


November. 22,363 2 ,280 - 10,412 9,621 - _ . 50 

December. 23,539 6,475 - 7,949 7,157 - b/ 1,958 c/ 

January - 1951. 22,575 5,078 - 8,94l 5,787 245 2,362 162 


February. 20,118 3,526 - 7,864 7,658 8 992 - 70 

March. 26,139 523 - 15,100 8,709 40 1,767 

April . . 17,935 694 - 13,973 3,104 164 

May. 20,392 1,426 - . 16,119 2,829 -18 

June. 13,88l 44 - 12,597 1,139 101 

JuJj. 7,414 13 . 6,835 316 250 

August. 4,960 - - 3,788 550 622 

September .. 7,264 43 - 5,510 1,325 386 

October. 7,801 122 . 7,122 238 - 319 - 

November. 6,221 269 - 5,931 5 - 16 - 

December. . 4,365 121 - 3,944 .12 - 288 

January - 1952. 3,749 263 - 3,354 15 117 

February. 2,122 63 - 1,952 63 d/ 20 24 

March. 3,928 98 - 1,884 217 - 1,729 

April. 1,864 28 - 760 57 1,019 

May. 4,321 38 - 1,871 ■- - 2,412 

June. 4,112 36 - 1,658 - - 2,418 

July. 3,681 - - 2,001 437 - 1,243 

August. 2,111 45 - 735 200 - 1,131 

September 1,983 8 - 1,837 - 138 

October.. . 3,835 14 . 1,238 299 - 2,227 - 57 

November. 450 129 - 207 12 - 62 - 4o 

December. 605 57 - 170 189 - 99 60 30 

January - 1953 . 287 123 - e/ 20 8 - 133 - '3 

February. ........ 78 66 - - 12 

March ..... . 

April.' 141 * * - _• . . 14! 

May. 

June........... 46 - - - _ - 22 24 

July (through the 27 th) 16 l6 - - _ 


a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950* 

b j F-84 type acft began operations December 1950. 

c/ F -86 type acft began operations December 1950. 

d/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status February 1952. 

e/ F-51 type acft removed frcm combat status January 1953. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/C. 


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TABLE 25 - AMMUNITION EXPENDITURES , BY TYPE MODEL , BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


(Figures In the following table Indicate hundreds of rounds of .50 caliber ammunition.) 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

F-94 

RECON 

MlSC 

Total . . . 

fums 

310,494 

44,631 

435,630 

588,344 

3, >*78 

212,891 

58,173 

67 

H 

440 

July - 1950 a/ . . 

35,957 

HR 

1,154 

7,188 

24,494 

745 




15 


August . 

86,086 

SsKlw51 

2,o6l 

46,587 

30,700 

1,384 

- 

- 

- 

131 

2 

September. .... 

70,054 


2,594 

38,477 

25,869 

452 

- 


- 

128 

83 

October. 

50,591 

6,713 

1,243 

16,816 

25,646 

. 

_ 



166 

7 

November . 

61,895 

35,522 

613 

19,B32 

28,624 

- 

. 

- 

- 

103 

1 

December . 

93,750 

29,703 

1,049 

17,869 

38,186 

128 

4/ 6,576 

c/ 114 

- 

125 


January - 1951 ■ - 

94,612 

22,439 

818 

14,371 

40,310 

464 

14,722 

1,092 


395 

1 

February ..... 

83,011 

15,449 

710 

14,471 

37,515 

245 

13,683 

- 

- 

938 

- 

March. 

114,972 

8,998 

1,129 

29,751 

52,443 

57 

20,218 

563 

- 

1,813 

- 

April. 

88,610 

7,013 

1,151 

32,354 

31,377 

. 

15,977 

580 

_ 

54 

104 

May. 

90,732 

8,978 

437 

29,235 

36,383 

- 

15,421 

102 

- 

06 

10 

June. 

69,498 

8,132 

493 

20,502 

32,376 


7,017 

794 

- 

104 

* 

July. 

44,215 

7,671 

1,410 

13,676 

16,085 

_ 

3,989 

242 

. 

1,107 

35 

August . 

47,350 

8,641 

2,485 

11,032 

20,200 

- 

4,232 

261 

- 

468 

23 

September. .... 

60,470 

15,739 

559 

15,286 

23,958 

3 

4,304 

480 

- 

139 

2 

October. ..... 

70,138 

18,493 

1,233 

19,277 

25,104 

_ 

3,577 

1,358 

. 

966 

130 

November ..... 

72,035 

17,924 

540 

20,597 

29,315 

- 

2,314 

1,070 

- 

225 

50 

December ..... 

58,150 

17,596 

552 

10,478 

21,455 


5,674 

1,397 

- 

998 

■ 

January - 1952 . . 

39,218 

14,398 

314 

6,890 

10,413 


4,512 

1,672 

d/ 

1,019 


February . 

28,040 

11,873 

271 

4,829 

5,421 

e/ 

3,451 

1,882 

- 

313 

- 

March. 

30,643 

7,715 

379 

4,966 

6,886 

- 

7,066 

3,359 

- 

272 

- 

April. 

1 27,196 

6,291 

526 

4,087 

4,825 


7,165 


_ 

733 

. 

May. 

35,808 

12,264 

1,990 

6,454 

5,312 

- 

6,024 


5 

527 

- 

June ....... 

32,780 

10,095 

2,567 

6,639 

3,224 

- 

7,292 


" 

1,013 

' 

July. 

20,698 

5,573 

2,847 

4,111 

2,505 

_ 

4,457 

1,032 

22 

151 

_ 

August . . 

17,608 

2,238 

2,740 

2,560 

2,482 

- 

5,208 

2,210 

- 

170 

- 

September. 

14,648 

89 

2,08o 

4,699 

1,151 

- 

3,191 

3,308 

- 

130 

- 

October. 

18,631 

329 

2,791 

5,286 

934 

_ 

5,824 

3,213 


254 

_ 

November ..... 

14,529 

767 

997 

4,240 

736 

- 

6,056 

1,625 

- 

108 

- 

December . 

12,166 

029 

923 

1,798 

2,026 

" 

3,841 

2,471 

3 

275 

■ 

January - 1953 < • 

11,851 

1,973 

708 

f/ 1,192 

311 


4,880 

2,592 

10 

185 

_ 

February . 

9,101 

1,663 

854 

_ 

269 

- 

4,008 

2,180 

2 

125 

- 

March. • . 

8,447 

953 

898 

- 

566 

- 

3,635 

2,139 

- 

256 

- 

April. 

11,765 

985 

1,100 * 


1,23. ' 

• 

' 5,795 

2,167 

_ 

483 

_ 

May. 

9,718 

1,508 

771 

- 


- 

4,459 

2,842 

10 

128 

- 

June. 

12,880 

1,168 

774 

- 

- 

- 

5,321* 

5,516 

15 

83 

- 

July (thru the 27) 

8,078 

1,139 

670 

- 

* 

- 

2,999 

3,881 

- 

169 



a/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

b/ F-84 type acft began operations December 1950. 

c/ F-86 type acft began operations December 1950. 

d/ F-94 type acft began operations January 195 2 * 

e/ F-02 type acft removed from combat status February 1952. 

f/ F-51 type acft removed frcm combat status January 1953* 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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MONTH 



BOM 

B S 






NAP 

A L M 




TOTAL 

expenditures 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

INTERDICTION 
& ARMED RECON 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

MI SC 

TOTAL 

EXPENDITURES 

CL06E 

SUPPORT 

INTERDICTION 
& ARMED RECON 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

MISC 

Total. 

a/ 366,037 

61 , 1*69 

218,118 

27 

99 

956 

1*,503 

a/ 32,357 

2,858 

3,615 

■ 61 

10 

27 

53 

July - 1950 b t... . 

5,715 

\ 






3 

\ 






August. . . 7 • . • « 

12,135 

\ 






6l4 







September . 

12,37 1 * 

1 






1,712 

1 






October . 

6,365 

1 






671 

I 






November. 

6 , 1*90 

I 






1,518 

j 






December. ...... 

7,583 

( 






1,961 

l 






January - 1951* ■ ■ • 

9,051 

) 

NOT 

AVAIL 

ABLE 



2, 1 *98 

/ 

NOT 

AVAIL 

ABLE 



February. 

8,130 

1 






2,927 

l 






March . 

9,100 

1 






3,833 

V 






April . 

7,5^5 ~ 

1 






3,851 

1 






May. 

8,581* 

1 






3,681 







June. ........ 

7,1*38 

/ 






2,228 

1 






July. 

8,311 

' 1,588 

6,630 

8 

10 

8 

67 

516 

276 

238 

2 

_ 


_ 

August. 

8,356 

689 

7,576 

- 

- 

11 

00 

672 

375 

293 

- 

- 

1 

- 

September . 

i°,593 

770 

9,570 

- 

36 

141 

76 

769 

168 

295 

3 

- 

3 

- 

October . 

11,290 

823 

10,332 

2 

- 

33 

100 

750 

!*55 

289 

2 

- 

- 

12 

November. 

10,180 

1,293 

8,698 

_ 

2 

55 

132 

573 

501 

66 

- 

- 

- 

3 

December. 

10,557 

956 

9,166 

- 

- 

51 

81 

408 

4i 

333 

- 

- 

3 

31 

January - 1952. • . . 

11,685 

1,100 

10,101 

. 

- 

37 

139 

196 

81 

110 

2 

- 

- 

. 

February. 

10,19 1 * 

755 

9,636 

- 

- 

13 

90 

132 

5 

125 

- 

- 

- 

2 

March . 

11,811* 

1,285 

10,151 

. 

- 

- 

78 

207 

16 

191 

- 

- 

- 

- 

April . 

10,303 

1,031 

9,182 

- 

- 

12 

75 

29 

11 

18 

- 

- 

- 

- 

May.. . 

11,677 

983 

10,501 

13 

_ 

65 

112 

385 

42 

331 

- 

- 

12 

- 

June. ........ 

11,258^ 

2,504 

8,599 


- 

37 

ns 

181 

**3 

141 


- 

- 

- 

July. 

9,965 

2,820 

7,036 

_ 

_ 

8 

101 

183 

5t 

129 

_ 

- 

. 

_ 

August. 

9,657- 

2,271 

7,183 

- 

- 

20 

180 

202 

83 

118 

- 

- 

- 

1 

September . 

10,717 

2,106 

8,129 

- 

>*7 

15 

90 

62 

- 

62 

- 

- 

- 

- 

October . 

12,1*01 

3,153 

9,017 

. 

- 

20 

181 

211 

33 

178 

- 

- 

- 

- 

November. ...... 

10,916 

2,650 

8,061 

- 

- 

67 

138 

886 

103 

777 

- 

. 

4 

2 

December. 

12,635 

2,190 

9,763 

- 

- 

77 

305 

16 

3 

13 

- 

- 

- 


January - 1953 • * • • 

12,188 

1,773 

9,916 

_ 

, 

137 

362 

18 

_ 

17 

_ 

- 

_ 

1 

February. 

10,836 - 

2,268 

8,393 

2 

- 

28 

115 

14 

* 

13 

- 

- 

1 

- 

March . 

10 , 

1,785 

0,564 

_ 

. 

11 

188 

76 

4 

9 

52 

10 

- 

1 

April . 

12,551* 

2.9 1 *! 

9,231 


1 

62 

316 

12 

7 

5 

- 


- 

- 

May. 

11,563 

■*,556 

9,630 

2 

- 

9 

366 

56 

9 

17 

- 

- 

- 

- 

June. ........ 

16,720 

10,225 

6,071 

- 

- 

- 

424 

117 

107 

10 

- 

- 

- 

* 

July (thru the 27th). 

15,286 

8,010 

6,679 

” 


8 

559 

142 

135 

7 

- 


- 

- 


a/ Totals do not cross check. 

&/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

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TABLE 27 - ROCKET AND AMMUNITION EXPENDITURES BY TYPE MISSION, BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 



POCKETS a/ 




A M M U N 

I T I 0 N 




MONTH 

TOTAL 

EXPENDITURES 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

INTERDICTION 
& ARMED RECON 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

MISC 

TOTAL 

EXPENDITURES 

CLC6E 

SUPPORT 

INTERDICTION 
& ARMED RECON 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFER} IVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

MISC 

Total. . . 

b/ 313,600 

b9,299 

97,865 

557 

334 

563 

1,063 

b/ 1,668,531 

254,729 

733,575 

52,927 

6,883 

17,382 

15,279 

July - 1950 c/. 

11,933 

\ 







35,957 








August.. 

23,277 








86,086 








September . 

2b,030 








78,85b 








October . 

16,064 

j 







50,591 








November. 

December.. 

22,363 

23,539 



NOT A V A 

I L A B L E 


64,895 

93,750 



NOT 

A V A I 

L A B L E 



January - 1951. 

22,575 


1 






94,612 








February. 

20,110 








83,011 








March . 

26,139 

11,897 

lb,050 

160 

- 

24 

. 

114,972 

51,046 

57,982 

3,344 

438 

2,161 

1 

April . 

17,935 

b,oflb 

13,663 

146 

30 

1 2 

- 

88,610 

24,459 

62,163 

1,137 

266 

412 

173 

May. 

20,392 

3,109 

16,664 

52 

30b 

99 

64 

90,732 

25,331 

63,598 

439 

825 

427 

112 

June.. 

13,681 

2,6bb 

10,9b6 

107 

- 

- 

18b 

69,498 

19,436 

48,056 

1,415 


256 

335 

July. 

7,41b 

3,073 

b,2b6 

43 

_ 

28 

24 

44,215 


8,746 

32,377 

442 

363 

1,133 

1,154 

August. 

b,96o 

2,039 

2,397 

- 

- 

24 

- 

47,350 


7,374 

39,H2 

281 

5 

187 

391 

September . 

7,26b 

2,029 

5,159 

8 

- 

44 

24 

60,470 


0,436 

49,040 

736 

843 

1,045 

368 

October ........ 

7,001 

2,977 

4,703 

0 

- 

- 

113 

70,138 

20,942 

kk,22h 

1,727 

366 

1,330 

1,549 

November. ....... 

6,221 

2,760 

3,423 

- 

- 

- 

38 

72,035 

12,875 

56,753 

1,142 

452 

383 

430 

December. 

4,365 

525 

3,610 

“ 

- 

93 

137 

58,150 


2,294 

52,253 

1,590 

32 

1,343 

638 

January - 1952. .... 

3,749 

576 

3,125 

9 

_ 

- 

39 

39,218 


2,274 

33,973 

1,750 

_ 

1,021 

200 

February. 

2,122 

139 

1,906 

24 

- 

_ 

53 

28,040 


840 

24,415 

1,876 

85 

hkl 

443 

March . 

3,920 

2,619 

1,304 

- 

- 

1 

4 

30,643 

10,179 

16,360 

3,305 

35 

485 

279 

April . 

1,86b 

1,578 

2bb 

- 

- 

8 

34 

27,196 


6,337 

15,268 

3,480 

52 

885 

1,174 

May. 

b,321 

1,786 

2,515 

- 

- 

- 

20 

35,008- 


6,598 

24,267 

2,971 

159 

776 

1,037 

June. 

b,112 

2,506 

1,606 

- 

- 

- 

- 

32,780 


6,587 

22,911 

908 

145 

1,829 

1,000 

July.. 

3,601 

l,2b6 

2,385 

- 

. 

26 

24 

20,698 


3,750 

14,809 

985 

58 

4o8 

688 

August. 

2,111 

1,212 

851 

- 

- 

6 

42 

17,608 


4,463 

9,654 

1,807 

339 

444 

901 

September . 

1,903 

1,085 

875 

- 

- 

- 

23 

14,648 


4,048 

6,233 

3,082 

643 

177 

465 

October . . 

3,835 

1,262 

2,502 

- 

- 

65 

6 

18,631 


6,141 

7,889 

3,104 

214 

321 

962 

November. . 

b50 

14 

385 

- 

- 

40 

11 

14,529 


5,378 

7,168 

1,459 

105 

112 

307 

December. 

605 

59 

309 

- 

- 

90 

lb7 

12,166 


2,602 

5,032 

3,077 

149 

570 

736 

January - 1953. 

207 

- 

228 

- 

. 

3 

56 

11,851 


1,638 

7,140 

2,305 

190 

322 

256 

February. 

70 

- 

70 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9,101 


1,640 

4,896 

1,841 

290 

126 

308 

March.. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8,447 


787 

5,020 

1,840 

212 

294 

29U 

April . 

141 

- 

I4l 

- 

- 

- 

-- 

11,765 


1,383 

7,520 

1,743 

201 

524 

394 

May.. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9,718 


1,941 

5,103 

1,785 

298 

145 

U6 

June. 

46 

- 

26 

* 

- 

- 

20 

12,880 


3,804 

6,358 

2,253 

99 

178 

188 

July (through the 27th) 

16 

- 

16 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8,878 


3,400 

4,001 

1,101 

79 

247 

50 


*/ Does not Include 55*797 Smoke Rockets expended by LT/T-6 type acft on Tactical Missions. b/ Totals do not cross check. c/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 




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TABU 28 - FEAF COMBAT CLAIMS BY USAF, USMC, AND FRIENDLY FOREIGN - 26 JUNE 1930 THROUGH 27 JULY I9S3 


TYPE CLAIM 

DESTROYED 

DAMAGED 

TOTAL 

JUN 50 
JUN 51 

m 

JUL 52 
JUN 53 

JUL 53 

TOTAL 

JUN 50 
JUN 51 

JUL 51 
JUN 52 

JUL 52 
JUN 53 

JUL 53 

FEAF - TOTAL 











Aircraft . 

976 

159 

312 

470 

35 

1,218 

234 

465 

501 

18 

Tanks. 

1,327 

1,181 

91 

43 

12 

1,367 

1,225 

91 

35 

16 

Vehicles.. . 

62,920 

19,393 

37,786 

24,249 

1,492 

33,131 

13,729 

17,746 

1,434 

222 

Locomotives.* 

963 

512 

293 

154 

4 

1,171 

589 

384 

197 

1 

Railroad Cars. 

10,407 

3,956 

4,364 

1,827 

260 

22,674 

11,615 

8,445 

2,401 

213 

Railroad Cuts. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

28,621 

1,235 

24,251 

3,029 

106 

Bridges. 

1,153 

387 

393 

321 

52 

3,049 

1,132 

1,214 

572 

131 

Buildings. 

118,231 

85,781 

16,321 

15,476 

653 

88,461 

61,497 

23,006 

3,862 

96 

Tunnels. 

65 

29 

29 

7 


939 

623 

259 

56 

1 

Gun Positions. 

8,663 

2,318 

3,713 

2,611 

21 

7,568 

1,311 

1,101 

4,799 

357 

Bunkers. 

8,839 

13 

4,349 

4,477 

- 

7,214 

23 

953 

5,699 

539 

Oil Storage Tanks. . . 

16 

16 

- 

- 

. 

3 

2 


1 


Barges & Boats .... 

593 

316 

225 

51 

1 

821 

435 

284 

102 

_ 

Troops . 

1B4,808 

156,524 

23,179 

5,020 

85 

- 


- 

- 

- 

USAF 











Aircraft . 

953 

155 

306 

46o 

32 

1,202 

232 

459 

493 

18 

Tanks........ 

1,156 

1,087 

46 

13 

10 

1,208 

1,103 

67 

23 

15 

Vehicles . 

74,589 

14,705 

34,827 

23,583 

1,474 

29,597 

11,247 

17,041 

1,100 

209 

Locomotives. 

869 

444 

272 

149 

4 

1,085 

549 

346 

189 

1 

Railroad Cars. . . . 

9,358 

3,578 

3,899 

1,642 

239 

21,090 

11,029 

7,7U 

2,148 

202 

Railroad Cuts. . . . 

- 


- 

- 

_ 

22,858 

996 

19,308 

2,454 

100 

Bridges. 

827 

279 

249 

252 

47 

2,256 

851 

855 

439 

111 

Buildings. 

88,839 

69,224 

10,242 

9,170 

203 

75,406 

52,605 

20,416 

2,308 

77 

Tunnels. 

49 

22 

22 

5 

- 

752 

508 

213 

31 


Gun Positions. . . . 

5,163 

1,906 

1,906 

1,342 

9 

4,259 

1,110 

709 

2,239 

201 

Bunkers. 

3,702 

1 

1,601 

2,100 

. 

3,205 

8 

197 

2,774 

226 

Oil Storage Tanks. . 

16 

16 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

1 




Barges & Boats . . . 

399 

242 

119 

38 

_ 

726 

419 

231 

76 

_ 

Troops . 

1.45,4l6 

130,495 

13,606 

1,250 

65 


- 



- 

USMC 











Aircraft . 

20 

4 

3 

10 

3 

8 

2 


6 

_ 

Tanks. 

142 

68 

kk 

26 

2 

130 

96 

22 

11 

1 

Vehicles . 

5,943 

4,134 

1,560 

232 

17 

2,824 

2,317 

385 

116 

6 

Locomotives. 

77 

59 

15 

3 

* 

82 

38 

38 

6 

_ 

Railroad Cars. . , . 

753 

265 

3kk 

143 

1 

1,012 

464 

414 

128 ■ 

6 

Railroad Cuts. . . . 

- 

- 

m 


* 

4,762 

196 

4,077 

488 

1 

Bridges. ... 

316 

106 

144 

61 

5 

717 

253 

327 

117 

20 

Buildings. 

19,290 

10,722 

3,747 

4,486 

335 

8,125 

5,475 

1,565 

1,085 

_ 

Tunnels. 

13 

6 

6 

1 

_ 

151 

91 

1*0 

20 

_ 

Gun Positions. . . . 

3,370 

377 

1,761 

1,220 

12 

2,896 

126 

350 

2,329 

69 

Bunkers. 

4,872 

u 

2,647 

2,214 

_ 

3,275 

14 

661 

2,470 

130 

Oil Storage Tanks. . 

- 

- 

- 


- 

2 

1 

. 

1 


Barges & Boats . . . 

149 

50 

86 

12 

1 

63 

11 

33 

19 


Troops . 

35,451 

22,699 

9,152 

3,580 

20 





* 

ERIEHOLY FOREIGN 











Aircraft 

3 

- 

3 

- 

_ 

8 

_ 

6 

2 

- 

Tanks. 

29 

26 

I 

2 

_ 

29 

26 

2 

1 


Vehicles . 

2,388 

554 

1,399 

434 

1 

710 

165 

320 

218 

7 

Locomotives. 

17 

9 

6 

2 

_ 

4 

2 


2 


Railroad Cars. . . . 

296 

113 

121 

k2 

20 

572 

122 

320 ■ 

125 

5 

Railroad Cuts. . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

1,001 

43 

, 866 

87 

5 

Bridges. 1 . . 

10 

2 

- 

8 


76 

28 

32 

16 


Buildings. 

10,102 

5,835 

2,332 

1,820 

115 

4,930 

3,417 

1,025 

469 

19 

Tunnels. 

3 

1 

1 

1 


36 

2k 

6 

5 

1 

Gun Positions. . . . 

130 

35 

46 

49 

_ 

413 

73 

1*2 

231 

67 

Bunkers. 

265 

1 

101 

163 

_ 

734 

1 

95 

455 

183 

Oil Storage Tanks. . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 




Barges & Boats . . . 

45 

2k 

20 

1 

_ 

32 

5 

20 

7 

_ 

Troops . 

3,941 

3,330 

421 

190 

- 



- 


• 


Source; Operation* Statlotic* Division, Directorate of Statistical Service*, DCS/C. 


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TOTAL AIR 

AIR-TO-AIR - BY TYPE MODEL USAF AIRCRAFT 


TOTAL 


TO AIR k 











AIR 

TYPE CLAIM & TYPE ENEMY A IRC RAPT 











TO 

GROUND 


GROUND 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

f-84 

F-86 

F-9 1 * 

RB-29 

Destroyed - All Types. 

TO-2 .. 

953 

-? 

a/900 

7 

18 

9 

21 

4 

9 

8 -^ 

4 

1 

53 

YAK-3, 9 & 11. • • • 

40 

24 

3 

- 

3 

10 

2 

1 

5 

- 

- 

16 

LA-5, 7 8. 9. 

6 

6 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

3 

1 

- 

- 

IL-2 & 10. 

5 

a/ 5 

- 

- 

1* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MIG-15 & All Types . 

827 

823 

. 

16 

- 

6 

- 

8 

792 

1 

- 

4 

IL 12. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

PO-2. 

5 

5 

4 

_ 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

1 

* 

- 

Ftr Unidentified . . 

59 

26 

- 

2 

1 

20 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

33 

Unidentified .... 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

- 

Probable - All Types. 

193 

168 


11 

3 

21 

2 

12 

118 

1 

_ 

25 

TO-2.- - 

T 

"T 

_ 


r 

T 

_ 

- 

- 

7 

_ 

- 

YAK-3, 9 A 11. • . . 

l6 

7 

_ 


1 

6 

- 

_ 

- 

. 

. 

9 

la- 5, 7 ft 9. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

IL-2 & 10. 

1 

1 



1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 


. 

. 

MIG-15 a* All Types . 

148 

145 

- 


- 

8 

- 

11 

118 

1 

- 

3 

IL-12. 

- 

- 

- 

Hi 

- 

mm 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PO-2. 

- 

- 

- 


- 

K9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Ftr Unidentified . - 

27 

l4 

- 

E9 

- 


2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

13 

Unidentified .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

Damaged - All Types. 

1,009 

973 

7 

15 

12 j 



82 

814 

2 


36 

TU 2 .. 

T 




■a 

- 


T ! 


- 


YAK-3, 9 A 11. . . 

33 

15 


3 

1 | 

a 

- 


- i 


- 

18 

LA-5, 7 A 9. 

8 

4 


- 

- ' 


- 


2 


- 

4 

IL-2 k 10. 

3 

3 


- 

2 

1 ' 

- 


- 


- 

- 

MIG-15 & All Types . 
IL-12. 

951 

946 

u 

11 

9 

32 

- 

82 


Ejfl 

- 

5 

PO-2. 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


MKki 

- 

- 

Ftr Unidentified . . 

9 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



- 

9 

Unidentified . . . . | 

1 

1 

■ 

1 


- 

* 

• 


■ 

" 

" 


a/ Includes an IL-10 destroyed by an RF-51. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


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TABLE 30 - TOTAL AIR-TO-AIR CLAIMS BY TYPE MODEL USAF AIRCRAFT -5 BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1933 


MONTH 




ALL TYPES ENEMY 

AIRCRAFT 





MIG - 15 

TOTAL CLAIMS 

B -26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-8 o 

F-82 

f-84 

F-86 

F-94 

RB-29 

TOTAL CLADS 

B-29 

F-80 

F-84 

F-06 

F-94 

Total. 

a/ 900 

7 

18 

9 

37 

4 

9 

810 

4 

1 

823 

16 

6 

8 

792 

1 

July - 1950 b/. 

29 

2 

- 

4 

19 

4 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

* 

August. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

September . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

October . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

. 

November. 

9 

- 

1 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

, 

_ 


- 

_ 


December. .... . 

6 

- 

* 


- 


£./ 

d / 8 

- 

- 

8 

- 

- 

s/ 

5/ 8 

- 

January - 1951. 

7 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

4 

. 

- 

February. 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

March . 

9 

- 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

9 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

April . 

14 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

14 1 

- 

- 

lb 

- 

_ 

- 

14 

_ 

May. 

8 

- 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- ’ 

5 

- 

- 

6 

1 

- 

- 

5 

- 

June. 

18 

1 

2 

3 

1 

- 

1 

10 

- 

- 

14 

2 

1 

1 

10 

- 

July. 

12 

3 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

7 

- 

- 

9 

2 

- 

- 

7 

- 

August. 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

September . 

lb 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

13 

- 

- 

14 

- 

_ 

1 

13 

_ 

October . 

32 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

1 

24 ! 

- 

- 

32 

7 

- 

1 

24 

- 

November. 

27 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

25 

- 

- 

is 

- 

2 

- 

14 

- 

December. ........... 

29 

- 

- 


- 


1 

20 

- 

- 

29 

- 

- 

1 

28 

- 

January - 1952. 

31 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

31 

«/ 


31 

_ 

* 

_ 

31 

_ 

February. 

17 

- 

- 


- 


- 

17 


- 

17 

- 

- 

- 

17 

. 

March . 

39 

- 

- 


- 


- 

39 

- 

- 

39 

- 

- 

- 

39 

- 

April . 

a/ 45 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

44 

- 

- 

44 

- 

- 

- 

44 

- 

May. 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

32 ! 

- 

- 

27 

- 

- 

- 

27 

- 

June. 

20 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

20 

- 

- 

20 

- 

- 

- 

20 

- 

July. 

19 

- 

1 

- 

* 

- 


is 

_ 

- 

19 

1 

_ 

_ 

is 


August. 

34 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

33 

- 

- 

33 

• - 

- 

- 

33 

- 

September . 

63 

* 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

63 

- 

- 

63 

- 

- 

- 

63 

- 

October . 

27 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

27 

- 

_ 

27 

- 

- 

_ 

27 

- 

November.. 

28 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

28 

_ 

* 

28 

_ 

_ 


28 

_ 

December. ... 

28 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

28 

* 

* 

28 

- 

- 

- 

28 

- 

January - 1953. 

39 

- 

- 

g/ 

- 

- 

- 

38 

1 

- 

37 

- 


- 

37 

- 

February.. 

25 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

25 

- 

- 

25 

- 

- 

- 

25 

- 

March . 

34 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


34 


- 

34 

- 

- 

- 

34 

- 

April . 

27 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

27 

- 

- 

27 

- 

- 

- 

27 

- 

May. 

58 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

56 

2 

- 

56 

- 

- 

- 

56 

- 

June. ... . 

73 

- 



- 


- 

77 | 

1 

- 

78 

• 



77 

1 

July (through the 2?th) .... 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

32 ' 

- 

- 

31 




31 

- 


a/ Includes an IL-J.0 destroyed by an RF-51- b/ Includes 26 through 30 Jun 50. c/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

3/ F-66 type acft began operations Dec 50. e/ F-94 type acft began operations Jan 52. f/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. 

g j P-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C- 


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TABLE 31 


USAF CLAIMS OF ENEMY AIRCRAFT - AIR TO AIR - BY TYPE MISSION — Z6 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


2 


MONTH 



DESTROYED 

PROBABLE 

DAMAGED 

TOTAL 

ARMED 

RECON 

AND 

INTER¬ 

DICTION 

COUNTER AIR 
OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 
AIR Dg- 
FET6IVE 

OTHER 

UN¬ 

KNOWN 

TOTAL 

ARMED 

RECON 

AND 

INTER¬ 

DICTION 

COUNTER AIR 
OFFENSIVE 


TOTAL 

COUNTER AIR 
OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 


UNKNOWN 

TOTAL 

PA¬ 

TROL 

ES- 

CCRT 

TOTAL 

PA¬ 

TROL 

ES¬ 

CORT 

TOTAL 

PA¬ 

TROL 

ES¬ 

CORT 

FENSIVE 


Total. . . . 

900 

55 

787 

722 

65 

30 

22 

6 

160 

34 

126 

121 

5 

a 

PI 

612 

554 


18 

is 

325 

July - 1950 a/ . . . 

29 

■ 18 

- 

- 


- 

7 

4 

8 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3 


_ 


. 

_ 

_ 

9 

August . 

2 

- 

2 

2 


- 

- - 

- 

2 

i■ 

2 

2 

_ 

- 

■1 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


September. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

HI 

. 

_ 

_ 

- 


_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

October. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

_ 



. 


. 


_ 






November . 

9 

4 

4 

4 

_ 

. 

1 


4 


. 

_ 


_ 



_ 




7 

December . 

8 

- 

8 

8 


- 

- 

- 

5 

3 

2 

2 

- 

- 


• 

- 

- 

- 

- 

6 

January - 1951 • • • 

7 

2 

5 

5 

_ 

- 

- 

. 

3 


2 

2 

_ 

_ 

12 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

12 

February. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 

. 

. _ 

_ 

3 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3 

March. . . 

9 

6 

3 

3 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

4 


_ 

- 


_ 

14 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

14 

April. 

14 

- 

Ik 

14 

, 

- 

- 

- 

4 


4 

4 

_ 

_ 

4l 


. 

. 

_ 


4l 

May. 

8 

2 

5 

- 

5 

- 

1 

- 

1 


1 

1 

. 

_ 

16 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


16 

June. 

18 

4 

14 

11 

3 

* 

- 

* 

2 


2 

1 

1 

- 

36 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

36 

July. 

12 

5 

7 

3 

4 

_ 

- 


1 

iSilH 

_ 


_ 

_ 

7 

_ 

_ 


_ 


7 

August. 

k 

- 

4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 


_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

3 

September. 

Ik 

1 

13 

13 

* 

- 

- 

_ 

2 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

34 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

34 

October. 

32 

7 

25 

24 

1 

- 

- 

- 

s 

7 

1 

. 

1 

- 

48 

. 

* 

_ 

. 

_ 

48 

November . 

27 

2 

25 

25 

- 

- 

- 


7 

4 

3 

3 


_ 

51 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 


51 

December . 

29 

1 

28 

27 

1 

- 

“ 

- 

5 


5 

5 

- 

- 

38 

- 

- 


- 

- 

38 

January - 1952 . . . 

31 

- 

29 

29 

_ 

• 

2 

* 

3 

_ 

3 

3 

. 


19 

17 

17 

_ 

_ 

2 

_ 

February . . 

17 

- 

17 

17 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

3 

3 

_ 

1 

43 

42 

42 

_ 


1 

_ 

March. 

39 

- 

39 

33 

6 

- 

- 

- 

9 

- 

9 

9 

- 

- 

76 

76 

73 

3 

_ 


_ 

April. 

45 

1 

44 

40 

4 

- 

- 

- 

7 

- 

7 

7 

- 

- 

52 

52 

50 

2 

_ 


_ 

May. 

32 

- 

32 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

3 

3 

. 

- 

24 

20 

16 

4 

_ 

4 

. 

June ........ 

20 

- 

19 

19 


1 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

6 

6 

4 

2 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

19 

- 

18 

lB 

. 

- 

- 

1 

5 

. 

4 

4 

_ 

1 

11 

11 

10 

1 


_ 

_ 

August . 

34 

- 

22 

20 

2 

10 

1 

1 

4 

- 

4 

4 

. 


35 

33 

23 

10 

2 

_ 

. 

September. 

63 

- 

61 

55 

6 

2 

- 

- 

8 

1 

7 

7 


- 

61 

56 

48 

8 

3 

2 

_ 

October. 

27 

- 

27 

25 

2 


- 

* 

1 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

26 

26 

19 

■a 




November ...... 

28 

- 

25 

20 

5 


- 

- 

6 

1 

5 

5 

. 

. 

18 

16 

15 

H 

2 

_ 

_ 

December . 

28 

- 

23 

19 

4 


4 

* 

8 


7 

7 

- 

1 

29 

24 

22 

2 

3 

2 

- 

January - 1953 • . • 

39 

. 

37 

33 

4 


_ 

_ 

9 

* 

9 

9 



47 

42 

39 

m 

4 

1 

_ 

February . 

25 

- 

21 

21 

- 


- 

- 

6 

- 

5 

5 

- 

1 

41 

39 

35 

mm 

2 

_ 

„ 

March. 

34 

* 

32 

28 

4 

2 

- 

- 

10 

- 

mm 

9 

1 

- 

39 

37 

36 

19 

1 

1 


April. 

27 

- 

27 

27 

- 

■ 

- 

- 

8 

- 

SI 

8 

- 

- 

33 

30 

29 

H 

. 

3 

_ * 

May. 

58 

- 

54 

50 

4 


- 

- 

5 

- 

SI 

5 

_ 

- 

30 

29 

28 

H 

1 

1 

_ 


78 

- 

77 

68 

9 



- 

11 

* 

US 

9 

2 

- 

42 

41 

33 

8 

1 

- 

- 

July (thru the 27th) 

32 


26 

25 

1 

■r»! 

6 

- 

2 . 

- 

2 

2 

- 

- 

16 

15 

15 


- 

1 

- 


a/ Include* 26 through 30 June 1950. 

Source; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/C. 


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TABLE 32 - USAF AIRCRAFT CLAIMS OF ENEMY AIRCRAFT, BY TYPE MISSION, BY MONTH - 
26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

INTERDICTION 
AND ARMED 
REC0N 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

RESCUE 

MISC 

Total,. 

900 

7 

55 

791 

30 

8 

4 ; 

5 

July - 1950 a/ . 

29 

6 

18' 

4 

- 

1 

- 

- 

August . 

2 

- 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

September. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

October. .., 

- 

- 

- 

- 

; 

- 

- 

- 

November . 

9 

- 

4 

u 

- 

1 

- 

- 

December . 

8 

- 

- 

8 


- 

- 

- 

January - 1951 . 

7 

- 

2 

5 


- 

- 

- 

February ... . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

March. 

9 

- 

6 

3 

_ 

I 

- 

- 

- 

April. 

14 


- 

14 


- 

- 

- 

May. 

8 

1 

2 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

June . . ; . 

lB 

- 

4 

14 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

12 

- 

5 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

August.. 

4 

- 

- 

4 

* 

- 


- 

September.............. 

14 

- 

1 

13 

- 

- 

- 

- 

October. ..... . ... 

32 

- 

7 

25 

- 

- 

- 

- 

November . 

27 

- 

2 

25 

- 

» 

- 

- 

December . 

29 

- 

1 

28 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952 . 

31 

- 

- 

29 

- 

- 

2 

- 

February . 

17 

- 

- 

17 


- 

- 

- 

March. 

39 

- 

- 

39 

- 

- 

- 


April. 

45 

- 

1 

44 

- 

- 

- 

- 

May. 

32 

- 

- 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 

.June . 

j 

20 

- 

- 

19 

1 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

19 

- 

- 

18 

- 

- 

- 

• 1 

August . 

34 

- 

- 

22 

10 

- 

- 

2 

September. 

63 

- 

- 

61 

2 

- 

! 

- 

October. . . . 

27 

- 


27 

- 

- 

- 

- 

November.. 

28 

- 

- 

25 

3 

- 

- 

- 

December . . 

28 

- 

- 

23 

1 

- 

2 

2 

January - 1953 . 

39 

- 

- 

37 

2 

- 

- 

- 

February . 

25 

- 

- 

21 

4 

- 

- 

- 

March. 

34 

- 

- 

32 

2 

- 

- 

- 

April. 

27 

- 

- 

27 

- 

- 

- 

- 

May. % . 

58 

- 

- 

54 

4 

- 

- 

- 

June ..... . 

78 

- 

- 

77 

1 

- 

- 

- 

July (through the 27th). 

32 

- 

- 

26 

- 

6 

- 

- 


a ! Includes 26 through 30 June 1950* 

Source; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 33 - TOTAL USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES BY TYPE OF LOSS . BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


/ 


MONTH 

TOTAL 
LOSSES ^ 

_1 

OPERATIONAL 

j WON-QPERATIOHAL 

TOTAL 
o’OPNL 1 
LOSSES 


ENEMY 

ACTION ' 


.NOT ENEMY 
. ACTION 

* 

UNKNOWN 

N TOTAL 
NON-OFNL 
LOSSES 

ENEMY 

ACTION 

r 

ABANDONMENT 
ENEMY ACTION 

' / 

FLYING 

ACCIDENT 

GROUND 

ACCIDENT 

FAIR 
WEAR & 
TEAR 

RECLAMATION 

SALVAGE 

# 

TOTAL 

AIR TO 
AIR 

GROUND 

FIRE 

CAUSE/ 

UNKNOWN 

Total. 


" 1,466- 

^757^ 

'139 

550 

68 

472 

237 

281 

9 

' 14 

235 

15 

3 

5 

July - 1950 a/. 


36' 

25 

4 

20 

1 

5 


20 

0 



1 

1 

1 

August. 


39 

23 

1 

21 

1 

11 


6 

1 

_ 



- 


September . 

5u 

50 

25 

- 

24 

1 

17 

8 

4 

. 

. 



_ 


October ... . 

59 

48 

18 

1 

16 

1 

19 

11 

11 

- 

_ 

H H 


- 

_ 

November. 

52 

46. 

17 

1 

15 1 

1 

24 

5 

6 

- 

_ 



. 

_ 

December. ... 

69 

51 

10 

2 

7 

1 

28 

13 

18 

- 

10 

8 


- 

- 

January - 1951... 

44 

34 

7 

2 

5 

- 

24 

3 

10 

_ 

2 

8 

HRS! 

_ 

_ 



45 










5 




March... 

55 

51 

21 | 

2 


2 

16 

14 

4 



4 

Mi 

_ 


Apr 11. 

eu 

73 

42 

4 

/36 

2 

14 

17 

11 

- 

2 

9 


- 

_ 

May. 

63 

54 

24 

“ / 

23 

1 

20 

10 

9 

- 

- 

6 

2 

1 

- 

June. . . 

68 

59 

31 

V 

22 

2 ' 

18 

10 

9 

1 

- 

6 

1 

- 

1 

July. 

59 

49 

21 

1 

16 

4 

17 

11 

10 

_ 


9 

. 

1 

_ 

August. 

59 

50 

28 

3 

23 

2 

13 

9 

9 

- 

. 

9 

- 

- 

. . 

September .......... 

53 

46 

27 

6 

21 1 

- 

11 

8 

7 

1 

1 

6 

_ 

- 

. 

October . 

68 

58 

38 

l4 

23 

1 

16 

4 

10 

- 

1 

10 

_ 

- 

. 

November. 

39 

34 

23 

8 

11 

4 

9 

2 

5 

_ 

- 

5 

• 

. 

_ 

December. 

46 

kO 

31 

9 

21 

1 

4 

5 

6 

- 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952.. 

65 

59 

37 

5 

28 

4 

12 


6 

_ 


6 

. 

_ 

1 

February. 

51 

48 

24 

4 

19 

1 

17 


3 

- 

. 

3 

_ 

. 


March . 

w 

40 

23 

4 

16 

3 

11 


4 

- 

_ 


1 

_ 


April . 

U3 

36 

24 

5 

15 

4 

8 


7 

- 

- 


1 

- 


May . . . 

52 

u Lj 

31 

9 

17 

5 

11 


5 

- 

- 


- 

- 

1 

June... 

36 

23 

16 

4 

10 

2 

9 


8 

- 

- 

6 

1 


1 

July. 

34 

25 

13 

u 

0 

1 

7 

5 

9 

_ 

_ 

9 


_ 

„ 

August.. 

32 

27 

15 

2 

10 

3 

8 

4 

5 

! 

- 

4 

1 

- 


September ... . 

37 

29 

17 

10 

4 

3 

6 

6 

8 

, 

_ 

8 

_ 

- 

- \ 

October.. . 

1*2 

34 

21 

5 

13 

3 

8 

5 

8 

1 

_ 

7 

- 

- 

1 - \ 

November. 

30 

22 

15 

5 

8 

2 

5 

2 

6 

_ 

. 

8 

_ 

- 


December. 

31 

22 

■1 

3 

6 


mm 

3 


- 

- 

5 

4 

- 

i 

January - 1953.. . 

34 

30 


3 

10 


lUlB 

in 


_ 


4 


_ 

_ 

February.. . 

25 

16 

fB39 

2 

5 





- 

- 

8 


- 

1 

March.. 

27 

19 


2 

7 


6 


8 1 

- 

- 

8 


- 

. 

April . . . 

2? 

24 

12 

4 

6 

2 



3 

- 

- 



- 

- 

May. 

29 

27 

9 

1 

0 




2 1 

- 




- 

- 

June. 

44 

38 

18 

- 

18 

: H 


BK 

6 1 

- 

- 



* 


July (through the 27th) . . . 

38 

99 ! 

13 

2 

10 

II 

m 

HI 

_ _ 



■i 

2 

- 



a/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


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MOUTH 

Total 

July - 1950 b/ . 
Augua t v . . . . 
September. . . . 
October. .... 
November .... 
December .... 

January - 1951 * 
February .... 

March. 

April. 

May. 

June. 

July ...... 

August . 

September. ... 

October. 

November .... 
December .... 

January - 1952 . 
February .... 
March. ..... 




a/ Includes 1 RB-45, Dec 50; 1 RB-k5,Jun 52; 1 RF-fl6,Jun 52; 1 RF-86,Sep 52; 1 RF-86,Jun 53; 1 C-i*5pec 50; 1 C-^S.Feb 51; 1 L-5,Jun 50; 1 L-5,Sep 50; 2 L-5,0ct 50; 1 L-5, 
Nov 50; 1 L-5 »May 51; 1 L-5,Jul 51; 1 L-5,Jun 52; 1 L-5,Aug 52; 1 T-33,Jul 50; 1 T-33,Sep 50; 1 T-33 ,Noy 50; 1 T-33,Feb Jl; 2 T-33,May 51; 1 T-33,Aug 51; 1 T-33,Jul 52. 
^/ Includes 26 through 30 Jun 50. c/ F-8k type acft began.operations Dec 50. d/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

e/ F-9^ type acft began operations Jan 52. TJ F-82 type acft removed from combat statfis Feb 52. g/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* 

h/ RF-51 type acft began Operations Dec 50. If C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. 5/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of statistical Services, DCS/C. 



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TABLE 35 - TOTAL USAF AIRCRAFT OPERATIONAL LOSSES BY TYPE MODEL 


BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B^-26' 

B-29' 

F-51. 

F-flO 

F-82 

F-84 

f-86 

F-94 

bb/ 

WB-26 

rb/ 

VB-29 

RF-51 

rf -80 

C-46 

VC/ 

c-47 

c-54 

C-119 

C-124 

LT / 
T-6 

H-5 

YH/H-19 

SA-16 
SB-29 

MISC 


Total . 

1,466 

168 

57 

300 

277 

11 

249 

184 

9 

7 

3 

22 

22 

16 

13 

9 

11 

1 

68 

21 

2 

a/l6 

July - 1950 b/ . 

36 

11 

1 

5 

12 

2 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

1 

August . 

36 

2 

- 

25 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

5 


- 

. 

September. 

50 

3 

4 

22 

9 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

3 

2 

- 

2 

October. 

48 

3 

2 

20 

15 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

3 

- 

- 

2 

November . 

46 

5 

2 

16 

9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

- 

4 

2 

_ 

1 

December . 

51 

7 

- 

13 

17 

1 

sJ 2 

d/ 1 

- 

- 


h/ 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

2 

January - 1951 . 

3 1 * 

7 

- 

4 

7 

1 

2 

* 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

4 

1 

2 

- 

- 

3 

. 

1 


February . . . 

45 

10 

- 

10 

19 

- ■ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

March. 

51 

4 

1 

16 

19 

1 

2 

- 

- 

- 

* 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

2 

- 

2 

1 

_ 

_ 

April. 

73 

9 

8 

2 6 

18 

- 

3 

2 

- • 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

4 

1 

- 

- 

May. 

54 

5 

1 

12 

27 

1 

1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

2 

June. 

59 

6 

1 

16 

16 

- 

6 

5 

- 

2 

“ 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

49 

7 

- 

14 

10 

1 

11 

2 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

3 

.. 

_ 

1 

August . 

50 

6 

1 

15 

15 

1 

6 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 


_ 

September. 

46 

11 

2 

9 

6 

- 

5 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1/ 

4 

2 

- 

- 

October. 

58 

6 

7 

8 

9 

- 

13 

8 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

1 

. 

. 

November.. 

34 

2 

3 

6 

6 

1 

10 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

- 

- 

December . 

40 

3 

1 

9 

6 

- 

12 

? 

* 

- 

* 

1 

- 


“ 

- 

- 


1 

- 

_ 

- 

January - 1952 ....... 

59 

5 

4 

9 

9 

_ 

16 

11 

•/ 

_ 

_ 

2 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

1 

_ 

_ 

February . 

48 

3 

2 

7 

3 

f / 

16 

5 

”1 

1 

- 

5 

3 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

March. 

40 

6 

1 

7 

- 

- 

19 

4 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

_ 

April. 

111 

4 

1 

10 

7 

- 

7 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

May. 

hi 

6 

- 

8 

4 

- 

14 

10 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

_ 

_ 

June. 

28 

5 

2 

3 

2 

- 

3 

6 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

1 

- 

3 

July. 

25 

3 

1 

1 

2 

_ 

0 

6 

- 

’ - 

1 

. 

1 

_ 

. 

. 

- 


1 

1 

_ 

_ 

August . 

27 

4 

2 

2 

3 

* 

7 

6 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

_ 

1 

September. 

29 

- 

1 

1 

3 

- 

10 

12 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 


October. 

3 1 * 

2 

- 

2 

3 

- 

14 

7 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

_ 

November . 

22 

2 

3 

2 

4 

- 

4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

December . 

22 

6 

1 

1 

2 

- 

3 

5 


- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1953 . 

30 

3 

4 

§/1 

4 

- 

9 

4 

3 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

. 

1 

. 

February . 

16 

2 

- 


3 

- 

6 

5 

- 

* 

- 

n 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

March. 

19 

1 

- 

- 

3 

- 

7 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

April.. . 

24 

3 

- 

- 

1 

- 

7 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

1 

_ 

_ 

May. 

27 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8 

11 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 


- 

June ... 

38 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

7 

23 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

1 

1 

- 

1 

July (thru the 27th) .... 

33 

4 

1 

- 

1 

- 

10 

10 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Includes: 1 f?B-45, Dec 50; 1 RB-45, Jun 52; 1 RF-86, Jun 52; 1 RF-86,jun 53; 1 C-45> Dec 50; 1 L-5, Jun 50; 1 L-5, Sep 50; 2 L-5, Oct 50; 1 L-5, Nov 50; 1 L-5, May 51; 
1 L-5, Jul 51; 1 L-5, Jun 52; 1 L-5, Aug 52] 1 T-33, Sep 50; 1 T-33, May 51 

b/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950. c j F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. d/ F-36 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

e/ F-9 1 * type acft began operatlona Jan 52. F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. g/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* 

F/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50- 1/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51* 3/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 36 - TOTAL USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES TO ENEMY ACTION BY TYPE MODEL * BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

8-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

F-94 

wb -26 

RF-51 

ff- 8 o 

VC/C-47 

C-119 

lt/t -6 

H-5 

ffl/H-19 

MISC 

Total* .... 

75T 

56 

24 

194 

143 

4 

153 

110 

1 

1 

19 

3 

2 

2 

39 

5 

a/ 1 

July - 195O b/ . 

25 ' 

T 

1 

4 

10 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

August. 

23 

1 

- 

10 

2 

1 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

" 

- 

September. 

25 

1 

- 

13 

5. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

3 

1 

- 

October.. 

18 

- 

- 

11 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

November ......... 

17 

4 

1 

8 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

December ......... 

10 

1, 

- 

3 

3 

- 

2 / 

a /1 

- 

- 

w 

- 

- 

1 

1 


- 

January - 1951 . 

7 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

February.. 

12 

2. 

- 

4 

3 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

1 

- 

" 

* 

2 

“ 

■ 

March.. 

21 

1 

- 

7 

9. 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

1 

“ 

- 

April. 

U2 

4 

5 

17 

12 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


2. 

- 

- 

May. 

24 

4 

1 

a 

11 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

June. 

31 

2 

1 

l4 

9 

- 

2 

2. 

- 

- 

1. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July.. 

21 

2 

- 

7 

7 

1 

2 

1. 

- 

- 

-■ 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

August . 

28 

1. 

1 

11 

8 . 

- 

4. 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

September.. 

27 

3- 

- 

6 

4 

- 

4 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

4 

1 

- 

October. 

38 

2 

5 

5 

6 - 

- 

7 

7. 

- 

- 

1 

1 ■ 

- 

- 

3 

1 

- 

November . 

23 

- 

2 

4 

6 

- 

7 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

“ 

- 

December . 

31 

1 


6 

5 

- 

9 

7 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

January - 1952 . 

37 

1 

- 

9 

6 

- 

13- 

5 

e/ 

- 

2. 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

February . 

24 

- 

- 

5 

2 . 

*/ 

9 

2. 

1 

- 

5- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

March, . 

23 

2 

- 

5 

- 


12 

3 

- 

- 

1, 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

April. 

24 

- 

- 

9 

6 • 

- 

5 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

May. 

31 

1 

- 

5 

3 

- 

13- 

6 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

June.. 

16 

2 • 

1 

3 

1 

- 

2- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

" 

* 

1 

1 

1 

July. 

13 

- 

- 

1 

2 

- 

4 

5- 

- 

- , 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

August . 

15 

2 

- 

1 

3 - 

- 

4 

4 . 

- 

j 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

September. ........ 

17 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

5 , 

9 . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

October. . 

21 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

9 

5 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

“ 

- 

November . 

15 

2 

1 

2 

2 

- 

3 

4 - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

December . 

9 

2 _ j 

1 

- 1 

- 

" 

2 ; 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 


- 

1 


- 

January - 1953 . 

16 

- 

3 

sj 1 

4 

- 

6 ; 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

February . 

11 

2 

- 


1 

- 

K 

4 

- 

- 

1 / 

- 

- 


- 


- 

March.. 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

7 ; 

3 

- 

- - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

April. ..... . 

12 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

3, : 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

* 

May. 

9 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 : 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

“ 

- 

June. 

16 

* ! 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

14. 1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

1 


- 

July {thru the 27th) . . . 

13 ■ 

1 ! 

- 

- 

1 

- 

, 5 

4 : 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

“ 



a/ 1 RF-66, June 1952. 

5/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

gj F—51 type acft removed from combat atatua Jan 53. 

Source: ‘Operations Statistics Division, Directorate 


b/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950* 
e/ F-94 type acft began operations Jan 52. 
E/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50* 

of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


c/ F-S4 type acft began operations'Dec 50. 

1/ F-62 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. 
T/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53* 


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TABLE 37 - USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES (AIR-TO-AIR AND ENEMY ACTION CAUSE UNKNOWN) BY TYPE MODEL , BY MONTH - 

26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 











AIR - TO - AIR 







ENEMY ACTION CAUSE UNKNOWN 




TOOTH 






TOTAL 

B-29 

F-51 ■ 

f-8o 

F-W 

F-86 

T-9k 

rf-Bo 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-So 

F-8U 

F-86 

rb/ 

WB-26 

RF-51 

RF-flO 

Total 






139 

17_ 

10 


n 

78 

1 

1 

68 

8 

2 

12 

16 

13 

12 

1 

2 

1 

July - 1950 &/. ■ 







1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 



’T 7 7v^H 

- 

_ 

_ 

August. 







- 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 


- 


- 

. 

- 

September .... 







- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

% 

1 

- 

- 

1 


- 


- 

- 

- 

October . 







- 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

_ 


- 


_ 

_ 


November. 







1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

, 

_ 

1 


_ 


. 

_ 


December. .... 






2 

- 

- 



c/ 1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 



£./ 

- 

1/ 


January - 1951* • 






2 

- 

- 


1 

- 

- 

- ' 

- 

- 

- 

* 


_ 

- 

. 


- 

February. 







- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

March . 







- 

* - 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 


- 


_ 

_ 

April . 







4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

2 , 


- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

May. 







- 

- 

- , 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

_ 

- 


_ 

* 

. 

- 

_ 

June. ...... 







1 

2 

2 i 

- 

2 

- 


2 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July. 







- 

1 


- 

- 

. 

- 

i* 

1 


1 

in 


1 


_ 

_ 

August. 







- 

3 


- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 


- 

2 

- 

- 

. 


- 

September .... 







- 

1 


1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

October . 






14 


- 



7 

- 

1 

1 

- 


- 

- 

* 

. 

. 

1 

_ 

November. 






8 

1 

- 



3 

- 

- 

i* 

_ 


1 

1 

2 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

December. .... 






9 

- 

- 

2 


6 

- 


1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

l 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952. . 






HI 

- 

- 

_ 


5 

3/ 

- 

h 

. 



_ 

3 

* 

_ 

1 

_ 

February. 







* 

- 

- 


2 

1 

- 

1 

- 


- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

March ...... 







- 

- 

- 

2 

• 2 

- 

- 

3 

- 


- i 

- 

2 

l 


_ 

- 

April . 







- 

- 

1 

- 

4 

- 

- 

4 

- 


1 

3 

. 

* 

. 

- 

_ 

May. 







- 

1 

- 

3 

5 

- 

- 

5 

1 


1 

- 

1 

l 

1 

- 

_ 

June. 






flit 

1 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

2 

1 


1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July. 







- 

- 

. 

- 

4 

1 

- 

1 

_ 



_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

August. . 






2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

3 

_ 

- 

- 

. 

1 

2 

- 

_ 

- 

September .... 






10 

- 

- 

- 

3 

7 

- 

- 

3 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 


- 

October . 







- 

- 

- 

1 

4 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

. 

- 

November. 







1 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

2 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 



December. 







1 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1953. . 







2 

e/ 

_ 

_ 

1 

* 

_ 

3 

_ 

1 

e/ 1 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

February. 









- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

4 

1 2 

- 


- 

- 

2 

- 

%/ 

I 

March . 









- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

. 

_ 

1 


_ 


- 

April . 









- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

2 


_ 

- 

- 

1 


- 

_ 

- 

May. 









- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

June. 









- 

" 

- 

- 

“ 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

* 

- 

July (Thru the 27t 





2 


II 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

1 


a/ Includes 26 through JO Jun 50. b/ F-84 type aeft began operations Dec 50. c/ F-66 type aeft began operations Dec 50- 

J/ F-9** type aeft began operations Jan 52. e/ F-51 type aeft removed from combat statue Jan 53- ff RF-51 type aeft began operations Dec 50. 

g/ RF-51 type aeft removed from combat status Feb 53♦ 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of statistical Services, DCs/c. 


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61 


TABLE 38 - USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES TO ENEMY AIRCRAFT - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


ALL TYPES ENEMY AIRCRAFT 

TOTAL I 
AIR TO 1 
AIR 
LOSSES 



F-51 

f-8o 

F-8 1 * 

f-86 

F-94 

RF-80 

Destroyed - All Types . 

139 


17 

10 

Ik 

ia 

78 

1 

1 

mig-15. : . . . . 

rra 

- 

IF 


TJ 

IF 

75 


r 

YAK-9 . 

1 

- 

1 


. 

_ 

_ 



Unidentified. . . 

20 

* 

1 

7 

6 

3 

2 

1 

- 

Major Damage - All Types. 

78 

1 

9 

2 

3 

7 

56 

. 


MIG-15. . 

7T 

“ 


? 

? 

7 

FT 

_ 

_ 

LA-9. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

1 



Unidentified. , . 

k 

1 

- 

' . 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

Minor Damage - All Types ..... 

6 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

3 

U 



“"mig-15.. 

7 

- 

r 

* 

_ 

j 

T 

. 

. 

Unidentified. . , 

1 


- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

- 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


306700 0 - 54 -6 


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TABLE 39 - USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES (ENEMY GROUND FIRE) BY TYPE MOO EL « BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

F-64 

F-86 

RF-51 

HF-SO 

VC/C-47 

c-119 

lt/t -6 

H-5 

yh/h -19 

MISC 

Total. 

550 

1*8 

5 

172 

113 

4 

122 

_19 

17 

1 

2 

_2 

39 

5 

a/ 1 

July - 1950 b/ . 

20 

6 

- 

4 

7 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

August . . . 

21 

1 

- 

16 

2 

1 

- 

“ 

- 


- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

September. 

' 24 

1 

- 

12 

5 

1 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

3 

1 

- 

October. 

16 

- 

- 

10 

5 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

“ 

* 

November . 

15 

4 

. 

7 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

December ........ . . 

7 

1 

- 

3 

1 

“ 

c/ 

2/ 

- 


” 

1 

1 

* 

- 

January - 1951. 

5 

2 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

' 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

* 

- 

February . 

11 

2 

- 

4 

2 

- 

- 


1 

" 

* 

■ 


“ 

* 

March. 

17 

1 

- 

7 

5 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

1 

“ 

- 

April. 

36 

4 

1 

15 

12 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 


- 

May.. . 

23 

4 

1 

8 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

June... 

22 

1 

- 

12 

6 


2 


1 


- 

- 

" 

" 

- 

July. 

16 

1 

. 

5 

6 

1 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

August... 

23 

1 

1 

8 

6 


4 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

* 


September... 

21 

3 

- 

T 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

“ 

“ 

- 

4 

1 

■ 

October. 

23 

2 

1 

5 

6 

" 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

1 

- 


11 

- 

1 

3 

4 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 


21 

1 

- 

8 

3 


8 

* 

1 

“ 

■ 

■ 


” 

- 

January - 1952 . 

26 

1 

- 

9 

6 

- 

10 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

February . 

19 

- 

- 

5 

1 

e/ 


- 

5 


~ 

~ 

* 

“ 

“ 

March. 

16 

2 

- 

5 

- 

- 

8 

- 

1 

“ 

- 

- 

- 


~ 

April. 

15 


- 

8 

2 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


* 

May. 

17 

- 

- 

3 

3 

- 

9 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

~ 

* 

June. 

10 

1 

- 

2 

1 


2 

1 

- 


- 

- 

1 

1 

1 


8 

- 

- 

1 

2 

- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

1 

- 

- 

August . 

10 

2 

- 

1 

3 

- 

3 


1 


- 

- 

■ 

_ 

“ 


4 

- 

- 

1 

1 


1 

1 

- 


- 

- 

■ 

" 

" 

October. 

13 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

7 

- 


- 

~ 

■ 



- 


8 

i 

- 

1 

2 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 


■ 

December.... 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

* 

2 

" 

1 

" 

_ 

■ 


“ 

* 

January - 1953 . . 

10 

- 

- 


i* 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

February . 

5 

- 

- 


1 


4 


s/ 

_ 


“ 

_ 

“ 

" 


7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

6 

1 

- 

- 



* 

" 

“ 

April... 

6 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

May. 

8 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

June.... . 

18 ■ 

- 

- 

* 

- 

“ 

3 

14 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

" 


July (thru the 27th) . 

10 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

5 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 


a/ l rf- 86, June 1952. b/ Includes 26 through 30 Jun 50. c/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

3/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. YJ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53. 

g/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/.C. 


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TABLE 40 - USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES (OPERATIONAL NON - ENEMY ACTION) BY TYPE MODEL . BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

F-84 

F-86 

f-94 

RB/ 

wb -26 

' 

rb/ 

WB-29 

RF-51 

HF-80 

C-46 

vc/ 

C-47 

C-54 

c-119 

C-124 

LT/ 

T-6 

H-5 

yk/e-19 

SA-16 

SB-29 

MISC 

Total. 


m 


■9 

96 

4 

m 

61 

6 

5 

1 

1 

9 

n 

8 

8 

9 

1 

13 

16 

2 

a/ 13 

July - 1950 4/. 


H 

H 

- 

2 

1 

- 

- 

. 


_ 

_ 

_ 

| 

1 



_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

August . 


■3 


6 

1 

- 

~ 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 


2 

- 


_ 

1 


_ 

_ 

September. 

17 

13 

i* 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 


- 

1 


_ 

. 


_ 

2 

October. 

19 


2 

7 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

■ 

_ 

2 


- 

2 

November . 

24 

1 

1 

7 

5 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 


1 

_ 

1 

i 

. 

2 


_ 

1 

2 


1 

December . 

28 

2 

- 

8 

11 

1 

si 

4/ 

- 


- 

5/ 

1 

2 

1 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

January - 1951 . 

24 

3 

- 

3 

6 

- 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

1 

4 

- 

2 


_ 

2 

_ 

1 

_ 

February.. . 

24 

2 

- 

6 

14 

- 

1 

- 

- 


- 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 


March. 

16 

- 

1 

4 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

- 

_ 


_ 

1 


_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

April.. 

14 

2 

3 

1 

6 

- 

- 

1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 


_ 

_ 

i 


_ 

May. 

20 

- 

- 

3 

11 

- 

- 

3 

- 


- 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 

. 

2 

June. 

18 

1 

- 

1 

5 

* 

3 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

17 

2 

- 

4 ' 

2 

_ 

7 

1 

_ 


. 

. 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

August . 

13 

3 

- 

1 

4 

1 

1 

1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

• 

- 


1/ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

September. 

11 

3 

1 

1 

1 

- 

1 

2 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

, 

_ 



. 

1 

_ 

. 

October. 

16 

2 

2 

2 

2 

- 

6 

1 

- 


- 

. 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

mHm 

- 


_ 

_ 

. 

November .......... 

9 


1 

2 

- 

1 

3 


- 


- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

_ 


_ 

1 

1 

. 

_ 

December . 

4 

■ 

1 

1 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952 ....... 

12 


2 

. 

1 


2 

5 

e/ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

* 


_ 


_ 

_ 

1 

_ 


February . 

17 


2 

2 

1 

tj 

6 

3 

- 


. 

* 

2 

1 

_ 

. 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


March. % . 

11 


1 

2 

- 


6 

- 

- 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


- 


1 

_ 

_ 

April. 

8 

2 

1 

1 

- 

. 

1 

1 

- 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

i 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

May. 

n 

2 

- 

3 

1 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

1 

1 

_ 

. 

June. 

9 

2 

- 


1 


1 

2 


- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

July. 

7 

- 

- 


. 

_ 

4 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

„ 

_ 

1 

_ 


August . 

8 

1 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 


_ 

_ 

1 

September.. 

6 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

2 

2 

_ 

_ 

. 

- 

_ 

1 

. 

_ 


_ 

w 

1 

_ 


October. 

8 

- 

- 

1 

2 

_ 

2 

2 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

1 


_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

November .......... 

5 

- 

i 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

i 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


December . . . 

10 

3 


1 

1 

- 

1 

3 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1953 . 

11 

2 

1 

e/ 

- 

- 

2 

2 

3 



_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 


February . 

4 

- 

- 


1 

- 

2 

1 

- 


- 

3/ 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

March. 

6 

- 

- 


2 

- 

- 

2 

. 


- 


- 

- 

_ 

. 

i 

_ 

* 

1 

_ 


April. 

7 

* 1 

- 


- 

- 

1 

2 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

. 

. 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

. 

_ 

May. 

13 

1 

- 


- 

- 

1 

9 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

. 

- 

2 

_ 

, . 

- 

June. 

14 

- 

- 


- 

- 

2 

6 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

i 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

July (through the 27th). . . 

15 

1 

1 


- 

- 

4 

5 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Includes 1 RB-45, Jun 52; 1 RF-86, Jun 53; 1 C-45, Dec $0; 1 L-5, Sep 50; 2 L-5, Oct 50; 1 L-5, Nov 50; 1 L-5, May 51; 1 L-5, Jul 51; 1 L-5, Jun 52; 1 L-5, Aug 52; 

1 T-33, Sep 50; 1 T-33, May 51. 

bj Includes 26 June through 30 June 1950. c/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. d/ F-86 type acft began operations Dee 50. 

e/ F-94 type acft began operations Jan 52. ¥/ F-^2 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. &/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53• 

W RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. T/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. T/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 41 


USAF AIRCRAFT OPERATIONAL LOSSES (MISSING OR UNKNOWN CAUSE) BY TYPE MODEL , BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


S 
















1- 



lt/ 

T-6 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 , 

F-80 j 

F-82 

F-8U 

f-86 

F-9“t 

RB/UB-26 

RB/tfB-29 

RF-51 

RF-60 

C-46 

vc/c-li7 

C-5 1 * 

MISC 

Total . 

237 

71 

6 

32 

38 : 

3 

33 

13 

2 

1 ( 

2 

2 

10 

2 

3 

1 

16 

«/ 2 

July - 1950 b/. 

6 

3 

- 

1 

- ■ 


. 1 

- 

- 

i 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

. 

1 

August... 

4 

- 

- 

1 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

. 

. 

_ 

. 

_ 

3 


September . 

8 

1 

- 

3 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

2 

_ 


_ 


_ 

October . 

11 

3 

- 

2 

k 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 


_ 

_ 

November. ............. 

5 

. 

- 

1 

2 

_ 

* 

- 

_ 


_ 


„ 

„ 

1 

_ 

1 


December.. 

13 

4 


2 

3 

- 

5/ 2 

d/ 

- 

- 

- 

5/ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

January - 1951. 

3 

2 

- 


. 

1 

_ 

- 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

i . 


. 

_ 

■ 

February.... 

9 

6 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

> 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

March . 

14 

3 

- 

5 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

. 


1 


April . 

17 

3 

- 

8 

- 

. 

1 

1 

- 

. 

. 

1 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

2 


May.. 

10 

1 

- 

1 ■ 

5 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

June.. 

10 

3 

- 

1 

2 

- 

1 

2 

- 

- 

* 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

11 

3 

- 

3 

1 

- 

2 

_ 

. 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


2 


August. 

9 

2 

- 

3 

3 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

- 

- 

- j 


September . 

8 

5 

1 

- 

1 


. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 



October . 

4 

2 

- 

1 ; 

1 


- 

- 

_ 

- 






_ 

. 


November. 

2 

2 

- 

- 

* 

| 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 



December. 

5 

2 , 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

January - 1952. 

10 

3 ; 

2 

_ 

2 

i 

1 

1 

e/ 


* 

_ 

1 

_ 


. 

_ 


February. . . 

7 

3 

- 

- ■ 

- 

£/ 

1 



1 

- 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

March . 

6 

3 

- 

- ! 

- 


1 

1 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 


April . 

4 

2 

- 

- i 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 


- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

May. 

5 

3 

- 


- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

June... 

3 

1 

1 

- | 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

5 

3 

1 ; 

. 

_ 

_ 


. 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 



_ 




August. 

j* 

1 

. ! 

- ■ 

_ 

- 

3 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 


_ 




September . 

6 

- 

- 

- 1 

2 

_ 

3 

1 

_ 

_ 


_ 



_ 

_ 



October.. 

5 

1 

. 

- 

- 

_ 

3 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

_ 

_ 



November. ........ . 

2 

- 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 



_ 

_ 

_ 


! 






December. 

3 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

January - 1953. 

3 

1 


e/ 

- 

_ 

1 



_ 

_ 

_ 

1 


_ 




February. 

1 


- 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

1/ 

_ 


_ 

_ 


. 

March . 

3 

1 

- 

- 

1 

. 

_ 

- 

. 

_ 

. 


_ 


_ 

_ 

1 


April . 

5 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 



May . .. 

5 


- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

1 

- 

_ 


1 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 


June.. 

6 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

3 

1 

* 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July (through the 27th) . 

5 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

_j 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



1 

- 


a/ Includes 1 RB-45, Dec 50{ 1 L-5> dun 50. 

3/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

g/ T-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* 


b f Includes 2 6 through 30 June 1950. 
e/ F-9 1 * type acft began operations Jan 52. 
H/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. 


c/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

7/ F-fl2 type acft removed from combat status Peb 52. 

I j RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53* 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

— 

F-51 

F-80 

F-82 

f-84 

f-86 

F-9U 

RB/ 

wb -26 

RB/ 

WB-29 

— 

RF-51 

FF-80 

c-4fi 

vc/ 

C-l»7 

C-54 

C-119 

lt/ 

t-6 

H-5 

yh/h-19 

sA-16 

sB-29 

— 

MISC 

Total . 

281 

35 

12 

22 

47 

6 

56 


3 

9 

_3 

1 

3 

7 

8 

_£ 

8 

■a 

4 

l 

a/ 8 

July - 1950 b/. 

20 

1 

- 

1 

9 

2 

. 


_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 



4 


■9 


_ 

1 

August. 

6 

- 

- 

3 

1 

- 

- 

_ 


. 

_ 

. 





. 

mm 




September . . 

4 

- 

- 

1 


1 

- 

_ 


- 

_ 

_ 


RSV 

m 

1 

1 

mm 




October . 

11 

_ 

- 

1 

5 


_ 

_ 


4 

_ 

_ 


Ml 



1 

mm 




November. 

£ 

- 

_ 

- 

4 


_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 



1 







December. 

18 

- 

1 

7 

2 

2 

sJ 2 

3/ 


- 

- 

h/ 

- 

9 

1 

- 

- 

3 

- 

_ 


January - 1951• . 

10 


_ 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

2 

1 





1 


February. 

9 


- 

- 

mm 

- 

_ 

2 


_ 


_ 


_ 





1 


2 

March . 

k 


- 

- 

H 

_ 

_ 

. 


* 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 



1 



April . 

11 


- 

1 . 

m I 


. 

1 

* 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

2 

_ 

_ 

2 


„ 


May. 

9 

2 

- 

2 


1 

1 

1 


- 


_ 

_ 

- 

_ 


1 


_ 

_ 

1 

June. 

9 

1 

- 

- 

D 


1 

1 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

l 

- 


July. 

10 


. 

3 

2 


. 

2 


2 


_ 


1 

. 

_ 






August. 

9 


- 

- 



4 


* 

- 


_ 


1 

1 

_ 





1 

September . 

7 


_ 

1 



1 



. 

_ 

_ 


_ 

2 


1 



. 


October . 

10 


2 

- 



1 



2 



_ 

_ 








November.. 

5 


. 

1 



1 

1 



_ 



_ 

. 







December. 

6 


- 

- 



2 

2 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

_ 

. 

_ 

January - 1952. 

£ 


. 

- 



2 

1 

*1 


_ 



1 



1 





February. 

3 


1 

- 


r'f 

2 

. 


_ 

_ 










March . 

4 


1 

- 



1 

1 


■9 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 







April . 

7 

3 


- 

1 

- 

1 

. 


_ 

_ 

_ 

1 


_ 

_ 



. 



May. 

5 

2 

. 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

1 




1 


_ 





_ 



June. 

8 

2 

It 

- 


- 

1 

- 

1 



- 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 

July. 

9 

- 

- 

. 

1 


It 

2 



_ 


_ 

_ 



1 




1 

August. 

5 

1 

- 

- 


. 

1 

1 




_ 

1 

_ 




1 




September . 

8 

1 

2 

- 


- 

4 

_ 




_ 










October . .. 

8 

1 

. 

1 


- 

2 

1 



1 

w 





1 

_ 

1 



November. ... . 

8 

_ 

- 

- 

. 

- 

4 

3 

1 


_ 



_ 








December.. 

9 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

2 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

_ 


_ 

January - 1953. 

It 



«/ 

1 

_ 

1 

2 



. 

_ 










February. ....... . 

9 

2 

- 


1 

- 

4 

1 

_ 

- 

1 

1/ 

_ 

_ 

. 







March . 

8 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

5 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 







April . 

3 

. 

- 

- 


- 

2 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 





. 



May. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

_ 

. 


_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 




J .. 

6 

* 

- 

- 



1 

4 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July (through the 27th) . 

5 

UL 

- 

- 

- 


2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Includes 1 RF-86, S ep 52; 1 C-45, Feb 51; 1 T-33, Jul 50; 1 T-33, Nov 50; 1 T-33, Feb 51; 1 T-33, May 51; 1 T-33, Aug 51; 1 T-33, Jul 52: 

b/ Includes 26 through 30 Jun 50. c/ F-64 type acft began operations Dec 50- d/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

e/ F-94 type acft began operations Jan 52. Tj F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. g/ F*51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53. 

y RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. T/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/C. 


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TABLE 43 - USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES (NON - OPERATIONAL FLYING ACCIDENT) BY TYPE MODEL . BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

f-51 

f-60 

F-82 

F-84 

f-86 

f-94 

RB/ 

UB-26 

RB/ 

WB-29 

RF-51 

1- 

i rf-8o 

| 

c-*+6 

VC/ 

C-47 

C-54 

C-119 

lt/ 

t-6 

B-5 

YH/H-19 

sa-i6 

SB-29 

M16C 

Total . 

235 

25 

\ 

Q 

44 

5 

53 

m 

3 

8 

1 

1 

: 3 

i 

7 

2 

8 

4 

4 

1 

2/ § 

July - 1950 b/. 

12 

1 

- 

- 

8 

1 

- 

_ 



- 

_ 

. 

_ ■ 

_ 


_ 

1 



1 

August. 


- 

- 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


_ 

l 

- 


_ 

1 

. 

_ 


September . 

mm 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

. 

. 

- 


- 

. 

_ 

_ 

* 

1 

1 



_ 

_ 

October ......... . 


- 

- 

1 

5 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


. 


_ 




1 





November. .... . 

mtm 

_ 

. 

_ 

4 



_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 





1 

December. 

8 

* 

1 

- 

2 

2 

c/ 2 

2/ 

* 


- 

W 

- 

- 


- 

- 

1 

- 

- 


January - 1951. 

8 

2 

- 

. 

1 

. 

- 

, 

_ 


_ 

_ 

1 

2 

1 

_ 




1 


February. 

8 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

2 

_ 


_ 

_ 

* 

_ 

_ 


* 

_ 

1 

_ 

2 

March... 

4 

1 ' 

- 

- 

1 

* 

. 

_ 

- 


- 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 


1 



April ... . 

9 

1 

- 

1 

3 

- 

- 

1 

_ 


- 

_ 

_ 

1 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 




May... 

6 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

. 


. 

_ 


. 

_ 

. 

1 



_ 

1 

June.... 

6 

- 

- 

- 

4 

* 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 


July. 

9 

- 

- 

2 

2 

- 

_ 

2 

- 

2 

. 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 




August. 

9 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 



1 

September.. 

6 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

- 

• 

- 

_ 

. 


_ 

2 

_ 

1 

. 



_ 

October . 

El 

4 

2 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

2 


. 

- 


, 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 


November. .... . 

■9 

- 

- 

1 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 




December.. 

mm 

- 

- 

- 

J. 

- 

2 

2 

* 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952. . 

B9 

1 

. 

. 

_ 

_ 

2 

1 

*/ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

1 

. 




February.. 

MM 

- 

1 

- 

- 

£/ 

2 

- 


- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

March . . ,. 


- 

- 

- 

1 


1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 


April . 

SI 

3 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


May .. 

■9 

1 

- 

j 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 



_ 

_ 



June. 

6 

2 

3 

- j 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July. 

9 

- 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

4 

2 

. 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 




1 

August.. 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

* 

_ 

_ 

1 



_ 

_ 

1 




September . 

e 

1 

2 

- 

- 

- 

4 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 


_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

October . 


1 

- 

1 

* 

- 

2 

1 

* 

- 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

- i 

1 : 



November. 


- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

4 

3 

1 

* 

_ 

. 




_ 

_ 





December. 



- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

2 

* 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

January - 1953.. . . 



_ 


1 

_ 

1 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 








February. 

8 

1 

- 


1 


4 

1 

- 

- 

1 

1/ 




_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

March . 

8 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

5 

2 

- 

_ 




_ 



_ 

_ 




April . 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

• 

2 ! 

1 

- 

. 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Kay. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

• 

• 

2 

. 

- 

. 

- 

. 


* 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

June. 

6 

- 

- 

- 

• 


1 

4 

1 

- 

- 

" 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

July (through the 27th) . 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- i 

- 


a/ Includes 1 RF-86, Sep 52; l c-45, Feb 51; 1 T-33, Jul 50; 1 T-33, Nov 50; 1 T-33, Feb 51; 1 T-33, May 51; 1 T-33, Aug 51; 1 T-33, 
B j Includes 26 through 30 Jun 50 . * c/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50 . d/ F-56 type acft 
e/ F-9 1 * type acft began operations Jan 52. 7/ F-82 type acft removed from combat statue Peb 52. g/ F-51 type acft 
HY RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. T/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 


Jul 52. 

began operations Dec 50. 
removed from combat status Jan 53- 


Source; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/d. 


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TABLE 44 - USAF AIRCRAFT LOSSES (OPERATIONAL AND ENEMY ACTION) BY TYPE MISSION , BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

OPERATIONAL LOSSES 



ENEMY 

ACTION LOSSES 



TOTAL 

INTERDICTION 

CLQ6E 

SUPPORT 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFEieiVE 

RECON 


TOTAL 

INTERDICTION 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

COUNTER 

AIR 

0FFE1CIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFerervE 

RECON 

OTHER 


Total ........ 

1,466 

749 

261 

164 

17 

99 

176 

757 

415 

139 

96 

5 

47 

55 

July - 1950 a/. 

36 

17 

9 

2 

J 

_ 

8 

25 

12 

7 

2 


_ 

4 

August. . 

38 

24 

6 

_ 

- 

. 

8 

23 

17 

4 

_ 

_ 


2 

September . .......... 

50 

17 

20 

. 

- 

2 

11 

25 

7 

13 

_ 

- 


5 

October . 

18 

16 

24 

- 

_ 

1 

7 

18 

5 

12 

* * 



1 

November... 

46 

17 

15 

_ 

- 

2 

12 

17 

9 

6 

_ 



2 

December... 

51 

29 

n 

1 

- 

2 

B 

10 

3 

4 

1 

- 


2 

January - 1951. 

34 

15 

6 

. 

_ 

2 

11 

7 

4 

1 

_ 

_ 


2 

February. 

45 

23 

17 

- 

- 

1 

4 

12 

5 

4 

_ 

- 

1 

2 

March .... 

51 

17 

21 

_ 

- 

6 

7 

21 

7 

11 

- 

_ 

1 

2 

April.'. 

73 

32 

29 

3 

. 

2 

7 

42 

20 

19 


_ 

1 

2 

May. 

54 

4o 

5 

3 

1 

3 

2 

24 

22 

2 

- 

- 


_ 

June. 

59 

34 

5 

8 

1 

5 

6 

31 

24 

- 

4 

- 

3 

- 

July. 

49 

33 

2 

3 

1 

4 

6 

21 

15 

_ 

_ 

1 

3 

2 

August... 

50 

33 

5 

1 . 

1 

5 

5 

28 

19 

3 

- 

- 

4 

2 

September.... 

46 

29 

3 

7 

_ 

4 

3 

27 

16 

2 

4 

_ 

4 

1 

October.. . 

58 

36 

4 

9 

- 

6 

3 

38 

21 

2 

6 

. 

5 

2 

November. ............... 

34 

23 

4 

3 

- 

3 

1 

23 

16 

3 

3 

% 

1 

- 

December.... 

L0 

28 

3 

7 

- 

2 

- 

31 

20 

3 

7 

- 

1 

- 

January - 1952. 

59 

4o 

2 

11 

_ 

4 

2 

37 

27 

1 

5 

_ 

3 

1 

February. .... . 

46 

26 

2 

5 

1 

10 

4 

24 

13 

- 

2 

1 

7 

1 

March... 

40 

28 

4 

4 

_ 

1 

3 

23 

16 

3 

3 

. 

1 

_ 

April . 

36 

22 

3 

5 

- 

- 

6 

24 

14 

3 

4 

. 

_ 

3 

May. 

47 

29 


10 

- 

2 

6 

31 

21 


6 


2 

2 

June.... 

28 

10 

4 

5 

1 

4 

4 

16 

5 

3 

3 

1 

1 

3 

July. 

25 

12 

3 

6 

_ 

2 

2 

13 

5 

2 

5 

_ 

_ 

1 

August. 

27 

6 

12 

6 

- 

2 

1 

15 

2 

8 

4 

* 

1 

_ 

September.. 

29 

12 

2 

13 

- 

- 

2 

17 

6 

2 

9 

_ 

_ 

_ 

October . 

34 

18 

2 

7 

- 

4 

3 

21 

10 

1 

5 

_ 

3 

2 

November. 

22 

11 

3 

2 

2 

1 

3 

15 

7 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

December. ............... 

22 

7 

3 

5 

2 

4 

1 

9 

3 

2 

2 

- 

1 

1 

January - 1953. 

30 

18 

1 

4 

3 

1 

3 

16 

n 

1 

2 

_ 

_ 

2 

February. 

16 

7 

3 

5 

. 

1 


11 

5 

2 

4 


_ 

_ 

March ... 

19 

7 

2 

4 

- 

3 

3 

10 

5 

2 

3 


. 

_ 

April . 

24 

7 

1 

7 

- 

1 

8 

12 

4 

- 

5 

- 


3 

May. 

27 

6 

5 

8 

1 

1 

6 

9 

4 

2 

1 

. 


2 

June. 

38 

11 

11 

6 

2 

2 

6 

18 

10 

6 

1 

- 

- 

1 

July (through the 27th) . 

33 

9 

9 

4 

1 

6 

4 

13 

5 

3 

1 

- 

3 

1 



a j Includes 26 through 30 June 1950. 

Source: Operations statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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BY MONTH - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 





AIR 

- TO - 

AIR 





GROUND FIRE 




ENEMY ACTION CAUSE UNKNOWN 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

inter- 

CLOSE 

COUN¬ 

TER 

COUN¬ 

TER 

RECON 


TOTAL 

INTER- 

CLOSE 

COUN¬ 

TER 

COUN¬ 

TER 

RECON 


TOTAL 

INTER- 

CLOSE 

COUN¬ 

TER 

COUN¬ 

TER 

RECON 

OTHER 


DIC¬ 

TION 

SUP¬ 

PORT 

AIR 

OFFEN¬ 

SIVE 

AIR 

DEFEN¬ 

SIVE 

OTHER 

dic¬ 

tion 

SUP¬ 

PORT 

AIR 

OFFEN¬ 

SIVE 

AIR 

DEFEN¬ 

SIVE- 

OTHER 

DIC¬ 

TION 

SUP¬ 

PORT 

AIR 

OFFEN¬ 

SIVE 

AIR 

DEFEN¬ 

SIVE 

Total. . 


46 

6 

80 

4 

2 

1 

mm 

332 

124 

4 

_ 

to'- 

- 50 

68 

37 

9 

12 

1 

5 

4 























July - 1950 a/ 



- 

2 

- 


1 

20 

10 

7 

- 

- 

- 

3 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

August .... 





- 


- 

21 

15 

4 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

September. . . 




- 

- 


- 

24 

7 

12 

- 

- 

- 

5 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

October.... 

1 



- 

- 


- 

l6 

3 

12 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

November . . . 

1 



- 

- 


- 

15 

8 

mm 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

December . . . 

2 



1 

- 


- 

mm 


SI 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1951 

2 



- 

- 

_ 

- 



I 

- 

- 

- 

2 

_ 

_ 

- 


_ 

. 

_ 

February . . . 



m \ . i 

- 

- 

- 

- 

k9 


K8 

- 

- 

1 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

March. 


HB B 

2 


- 

- 

- 

17 


9 

- 

- 

1 

2 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

April. 




- 

- 

- 

- 

36 


17 

- 

- 

1 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

May. 




- 

- 

- 

- 

23 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

June. 


3 


4 

- 

- 

- 

22 


- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 


* 

July. 


1 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

16 

12 

_ 

. 

_ 

3 

1 

4 

2 

. 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

August .... 


3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

23 

14 

3 

- 

- 

4 

2 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

September. . . 


2 

- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

21 

14 

2 

- 

- 

4 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

October. . . . 

14 

5 

- 

8 

- 

1 

- 

23 

16 

2 

- 

- 

3 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

November . « . 

8 

4 

1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

11 

8 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 

4 

4 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

December . . . 

9 

2 

1 

6 

- 

- 

- 

21 

10 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1952 

5 

- 

- 

5 

_ 

. 

. 

26 

2 k 

1 

_ 

- 

2 

1 

4 

3 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

February . . . 

4 

1 

- 

2 

1 

- 

- 

19 

11 

- 

- 

- 

7 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

March. 

4 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

16 

13 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 

3 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

April. 

5 


1 

4 

- 

- 

- 


12 

1 

- 

- 

- 

2 

4 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

May. 

9 


- 

5 

- 

- 

- 


14 

- 

- 

- 

1 

2 

5 

3 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

June. 

i* 



2 

1 

- 

- 


2 

3 

1 

- 

1 

3 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

* 


July. 

4 

■ 

. 

4 

_ 

_ 

_ 

8 

5 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

August .... 

2 


- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

mSM 

2 

fj 

- 

- 

1 

- 

3 

- 

1 

2 

- 

- 

- 

September. . . 

10 


- 

7 

- 

- 

* 

mm 

2 

89 

1 

- 

- 

- 

3 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

October. . . . 

5 


- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

13 

8 

S9 


- 

2 

2 

3 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

November . . . 

5 


- 

2 

2 

- 

- 

8 


mm 

- 


1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

- 

. 

December . . . 

MM 


- 

2 

M 

- 

- 

6 


2 

- 

- 

1 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

January - 1953 


2 


1 

1 

_ 

_ 

10 


1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 


2 

February . . . 



* 

2 


- 

- 

5 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

2 

- 

2 

- 


- 

March. 



- 

2 


- 


7 


2 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

April. 

■9 


- 

4 


- 

- 

6 


- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 


- 

May. ..... 



- 

1 


- 

- 

e 


2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

June ..... 


! B 

- 

- 


- 

- 

18 

10 

6 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

July b/. . . . 


I 


1 


1 

- 

10 

5 

3 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 


a/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950* b/ 1 July through 27 July 1953* 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/C. 


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TABLE 46 - USAF AIRCRAFT OPERATIONAL LOSSES (NON - ENEMY ACTION AND CAUSE UNKNOWN) BY TYPE MISSION . BY MONTH - 

26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


MONTH 

OPERATIONAL NON ENEMY ACTION 

OPERATIONAL CAUSE UNKNOWN 

TOTAL 

INTER¬ 

DICTION 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

COUNTER 

AIR 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

OTHER 

TOTAL 

INTER¬ 

DICTION 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

COUNTER 

air 

OFFENSIVE 

COUNTER 

AIR 

DEFENSIVE 

RECON 

OTHER 

Total. 

V 72 

199 

85 

58 

7 

28 

95 

237 

135 

37 _ 

10_ 

5 

24_ 

26 

July - 1950 a/. 

5 

1 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 

6 

4 

_" 

. 



2 

August. 

11 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

3 

4 

1 

- 


_ 

_ 

3 

September . . 

17 

7 

k 

- 

- 

■ - 

6 

8 

3 

3 

- 

. 

2 


October . 

19 

6 

8 

- 

- 

- 

5 

11 

5 

4 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

November............... 

24 

7 

7 

- 

- 

2 

8 

5 

1 

2 

. 

_ 

_ 

2 

December. ..•. 

28 

18 

4 

- 

- 

1 

5 

13 

. 8 

3 

- 

- 

1 

1 

January - 1951. 

24 

e 

5 

_ 


2 

9 

3 

3 

_ 

_ 




February.. 

2k 

11 

12 

- 

- 

- 

1 

9 

7 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

March. 

16 

6 

6 

- 

- 

- 

4 

14 

4 

4 

- 


5 

1 

April . 

lU 

7 

4 

1 

- 

_ 

2 

17 

5 

6 

2 

_ 

1 

3 

May. 

20 

12 

2 

3 

- 

2 

1 

10 

6 

1 

- 

1 

1 

1 

June... 

18 


3 

2 

1 

2 

5 

10 

5 

2 

2 

- 

- 

1 

July. 

17 


2 

3 


_ 

2 

11 

8 

_ 

_ 

. 

1 

2 

August. 

13 

8 

1 

1 

- 

1 

2 

9 

6 

1 

- 

1 

_ 

1 

September . 

11 

6 

1 

2 

- 

- 

2 

6 

7 

- 

1 

_ 

- 

_ 

October .. 

15 

12 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

4 

3 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 


November. 

9 ! 

5 

1 •• 

- 

- 

2 ; 

1 

2 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


December. .............. 

4 | 

u. ; 

- 

- 

- 

- i 

“ 

? 

4 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

January - 1952. ........... 

12 ! 

5 

1 

5 



1 

10 

8 


1 

. 

1 

. 

February... 

17 

9 

2 

3 

j 

2 

1 

7 

4 


- 

_ 

1 

2 

March . 

11 

a 

1 

- 

! 

- 

2 

6 i 

4 

. 

1 


_ 

1 

April... 

8 

k 

- 

1 

- ! 


3 

4 

4 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

May.. 

11 

k 

- 

. 3 

- 

- 

4 

5 ! 

4 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

June. 

9 

3 

1 

2 

- 

2 

1 

3 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

July. 

7 

3 

1 

1 

_ 

1 

1 

5 

4 

_ 

_ 

. 

1 

. 

August. 

8 

3 

1 

2 

- 

1 

1 

4 

1 

3 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

September .* . 

6 

1 

- 

3 

- 

- 

2 

6 

5 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

October . 

8 

4 

1 

2 

- 

1 

- 

5 

4 

- 

- 

_ 


1 

November. 

5 

3 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

2 

2 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

December... 

10 

3 

1 

3 

2 

1 


3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

January - 1953. 

11 

5 

_ 

2 

3 

_ 

1 

3 

2 

. 

. 

_ 

1 

_ 

February. 

4 

2 : 

1 

1 

- 

. 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

March . 

6 

- j 

- 

1 

- 

3 

2 

3 

2 

. 

- 


_ 

1 

April . 

7 1 

i 

- 

2 

- 

_ 

5 

5 

3 

1 

_ 

*_ 

1 

• _ 

May. 

14 | 

1 

3 

6 

- 

i 

4 

5 

1 

! 

1 

1 

1 

1 

June. ... 

Ik j 

- : 

2 

5 

1 

1 

5 

6 

1 

3 

- 

1 

1 

- 

July (through the 27 th) . 

15 : 

2 

5 

3 

- 

3 

2 

5 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 


a/ Includes 26 through 30 June 1950. 

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TABLE 47 - USAF FLYING TIME AND FUEL CONSUMPTION - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


o 


(Overall Theater Figures Including Non-Committed Units) 


AIRCRAFT 


TOTAL . 
BCMBERS . 


B-26. . 
B-29. . 

FIGHTERS . 

F-51. . 
f- 80. . 
F-82. . 
F-8U. . 

f-86. . 
F-9 1 *. . 


TRANSPORTS 


CJ+5* • 
C-46. . 
C-47. . 
C-54. . 
C-119 . 

Other . . 
Recon . 
S L R . 
Trainer 
Misc. . 


j 26 June 1950 thru 30 June 1951 


F I 

S C A L 

YEAR 1952 


1 July 1952 thru 27 July 1953 

I HOURS 

FUEL 
CONSIMED 
(1000 1 s 
Gals.) 

aircraft 

H 

OURS 


FUEL 

CONSUMED 

(1000's 

Gals.) 

AIRCRAFT 

HOURS 

FUEL 
CONSUMED 
(lOOO'B 
Gals.) 

TOTAL 

OPN’L 

NON- 

OPN'L 

TOTAL * 

OPN’L 

NON- 

OPN'L 


TOTAL 

OPN'L 

NON- 

OPN'L 

929.008 

620,155 

308,653 

209.987 

TOTAL . 

MlffH! 

RRH 

H 


TOTAL . 

R91B1 

mm 

542,147 

311.786 

180,581 

151,311 

29,270 

55,273 

BOMBERS. 

185,151 

128,940 

56,211 

48,277 

BOMBERS. 

195,444 

133,360 


55,757 

85,069 

95,512 

69,6^9 

81,662 

15,420 

13,850 

12,915 

42,358 

B-26. . 
B-29- - 

121,587 

63,564 

81,001 

47,939 

40,586 

15,625 

17,683 

30,594 

B-26. . 
B-29. . 

117,313 

58,133 

8l,o4l 

32,321 

36,272 

25,812 

19,366 

36,391 

293,766 

221,897 

71,869 

79,357 

FIGHTERS 

300,185 

179,283 

120,902 

99,273 

FIGHTERS" 

385,120 

190,358 

194,762 

148,111 

92,678 

143,669 

10,861 

31,048 

14,770 

740 

86,042 

97,792 

3,462 

27,703 

6,898 

6,636 

45,877 

7,399 

3,345 

7,872 

740 

6,055 

53,353 

1,737 

11,999 

5,900 

313 

F-51.' . 
F-80. . 
F-82. . 
F-84. / 
F-86. . 
F-94. . 

57,871 

79,180 

4,825 

94,056 

48,931 

15,322 

39,202 

41,791 

1,874 

57,178 

37,532 

1,706 

18,669 

37,389 

2,951 

36,878 

11,399 

13,616 

3,964 

32,260 

666 

36,749 

19,452 

6,182 


20,772 

66,832 

147,175 
104,692 
45,649 

9,813 

23,746 

74,507 

76,335 

5,957 

10,959 

43,086 

72,668 

28,357 

39,692 

1,526 

26,362 

61,317 

41,521 

17,385 

290,360 

165,219 

125,141 

47,805 

TRANSPORTS 

390,897 

194,851 

196,046 

61,875 

TRANSPORTS 

318,124 

196,503 

121,621 

41,893 

10,131 

54,310 

92,418 

81,056 

52,445 

945 

28,654 

33,138 

63,583 

35,899 

9,186 
25,656 
59,280 
17,473 
13,546 ' 

408 

8,705 

6,923 

16,796 

12,973 

C-45. . 
C-46. . 
C-47. . 
C-54. . 
C-119 . 

9,686 

78,416 

129,314 

133,285 

40,196 

96 

30,282 

39,197 

101,183 

24,093 

9,590 

48,134 

90,117 

32.102 

16.103 

416 
11,545 
12,656 
27,216 
10,042 

c-45. . 
C-46. . 
C-4 t. . 
C-54. . 
C-119 . 

13,839 

84,510 

107,688 

48,932 

63,155 

841 

67,007 

43,343 

41,363 

43,949 

12,998 

17,503 

64,345 

7,569 

19,206 

554 

13,405 

10,323 

1,630 

15,981 

164,301 

56,101 

14,132 

78,473 

15,595 

81,728 

30,194 

3,649 

43,393 

4,492 

82,573 

25,907 

10,403 

35,080 

11,103 

27,552 

16,831 

3,203 

5,831 

1,687 

Other . 
Recon . 

S & R . 
Trainer. 
Misc . . 

185,505 

74,085 

15,714 

63,847 

31,659 

90,698 

46,489 

2,899 

22,521 

18,789 

94,807 

27,596 

12,815 

41,326 

13,070 

33,198 

21,108 

3,369 

5,699 

3,022 

Other . 
Recon . 

S & R , 
Trainer. 
Misc . . 

278,678 

76,831 

24,305 

80,634 

96,905 

114,998 

40,444 

8,629 

1,853 

64,069 

163,680 

36,387 

15,676 

78,781 

32,836 

66,025 

24,966 

4,792 

12,497 

23,770 


SOURCE: 


Materiel Statistics Division, D/Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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(Overall Theater Figures Including Non-Committed Units) 


MONTH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

F-51 

f- 8 o 

F-82 

F-81 

f -86 

F-91 

KB/UB-26 

rb/vb -29 

Total. 

3,163,099 

323,223 

235,552 

171,293 

287,619 

15,273 

272,280 

168,100 

60,513 

10,681 

68,887 

July - 1950 a/ . 

"*3,769 

2,9l2 

7,780 

1,915 


967 

_ 

_ 

_ 

g/ 

eJ 

August . 

67,110 

1,630 

11,726 

13,500 

10,676 

1,067 

- 

- 

_ 

g/ 

g/ 

September. ......... 

72,101 

5,071 

13,050 

10,177 

9,115 

1,069 

- 

- 

- 

g/ 

1 / 

October. 

73,021 

1,536 

7,712 

6,687 

12,067 

9I7 

- 

- 

- 

g/ 

§/ 

November .......... 

77,359 

8,837 

7,185 

8,339 

10,758 

887 

- 

- 

. 

w 

w 

December ..... . 

76,520 

9,109 

7,010 

6,539 

10,901 

996 

b/ 2,113 

c/ 591 

- 

w 

V 

January - 1951 . 

79,611 

7,601 


5,878 

11,787 

1,106 

1,521 

1,632 



g/ 

February . 

71,110 

6,119 


5,710 

12,117 

879 

3,626 

1,351 

. 

il 

g/ 

March. 

39,512 

7,114 


8,910 

15,877 

709 

5,573 

2,52l 

d/ 1 

1,359 

2,237 

April. 

82,721 

8,231 

5,777 

8,371. 

12,179 

622 

1,996 

2,796 

193 

1,187 

1,912 

May. 

92,817 

9,552 

5,551 

7,139 

12,932 

628 

5,007 

2,83! 

338 

1,737 

2,382 

June. 

93,605 

10,265 

5,290 

7,062 

11,162 

571 

1,910 

3,016 

208 

1,685 

2,153 

July.. 

82,719 

10,095 

5,181 

5,191 

6,778 

573 

1,719 

1,796 

216 

1,596 

2,110 

August . 

86,753 

10,037 

5,138 

6,323 

6,791 

682 

6,231 

2,260 

262 

1,786 

2,330 

September.. 

£7,067 

10,232 

5,912 

6,795 

7,521 

661 

9,703 

2,280 

301 

1,808 

2,350 

October.. 

92,781 

9,151 

5,615 

7,531 

7,731 

711 

9,558 

2,668 

160 

i,61o 

2,581 

November . 

86,464 

8,990 

1,791 

5,08o 

6,755 

619 

9,011 

2,031 

875 

1,189 

2,119 

December . 

85,110 

9,170 

1,711 

1,616 

6>071 

512 

8,075 

3,570 

823 

1,287 

1,912 

January - 1952 . . 

85,017 

8,128 

5,813 

3,657 

5,211 

5H 

7,959 

3,796 

998 

1,212 

2,276 

February . 

79,051 

8,620 

1,697 

3,317 

5,098 

a/ 390 

7,H7 

1,171 

1,200 

1,211 

2,105 

March. 

92,688 

9,871 

5,257 

3,723 

6,280 

70 

8,270 

5,566 

2,007 

1,520 

2,089 

April. 

95,968 

10,275 

5,355 

3,885 

6,837 

6 

8,210 

6,121 

2,281 

1,509 

2,219 

May. 

101,613 

10,518 

5,137 

1,217 

8,069 

- 

8,711 

8,917 

2,770 

1,573 

2,590 

June. 

86,280 

9,135 

1,971 

3,219 

5,636 

- 

6,126 

5,444 

3,123 

1,311 

2,289 

July. 

81,815 

8,735 

5,831 

2,135 

4,954 

- 

7,395 

1,155 

3,139 

1,258 

2,670 

August . 

89,Hl 

9,663 

5,521 

2,857 

6,108 

- 

7,831 

5,350 

3,021 

1,221 

2,579 

September. 

92,511 

9,870 

6,036 

3,200 

5,500 

- 

10,067 

5,996 

3,116 

1,276 

2,501 

October. 

102,506 

12,087 

6,8lO 

3,187 

5,779 

- 

11.589 

7,316 

3,523 

1,309 

2,865 

November . . . 

86,563 

10,058 

5,859 

2,988 

5,515 

- 

10,072 

5,212 

2,931 ! 

1,186 

2,112 

December . 

85,939 

8,017 

6,030 

2,382 

5,979 


11,377 

6,446 

3,221 

1,213 

2,128 

January - 1953 . 

86,885 

9,261 

5,518 

r/ 1,912 

6,011 

. 

10,877 

6,869 

3,359 

1,335 

2,525 

February.. 

78,629 

8,781 

1,918 

898 

5,365 

- 

11,060 

6,385 

3,017 

1,091 

2,279 

March. 

91,351 

8,967 

6,107 

551 

5,629 

- 

13,165 

8,867 

3,996 

1,157 

2,612 

April. 

100,216 

9,858 

6,210 

59 

5,280 

- 

13,878 

u.,921 

1,551 

1,296 

2,191 

May . 

98,718 

9,696 

6,835 

20 

3,921 

- 

13,952 

12,381 

3,901 

1,751 

2,197 

June . . . 

91,098 

9,775 

6,309 

19 

3,273 


12,212 ; 

12,198 

3,130 

1,102 

2,181 

July (through the 27th). . . 

90,111 

9,216 

5,019 

5 

3,182 

- 

13,397 

11,230 

3,237 

1,171 

2,137 


a / Includes 26 through 30 Jun 50. 

5/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

c/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

3 y F-9 1 * type acft arrived In theater Mar 51 and committed to combat Jan 52. 
e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status F^b 52. 

7/ F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* . 

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(Overall Theater Figuree Including Non-Committed Units) 


MONTH 

RF-51 ! 

rf -80 

C-46 

vc/c-47 

C-54 

C-119 

C-124 

t/lt-6 

H-5 

YH/H-19 

SA-16 

sb/tb-29 

MISC 

Total. 

20,864 

28,573 

218,947 

324,567 

262,093 

155,636 

22,023 

178,305 

18,281 

42,992 

247,077 

July - 1950 a/ . 

- 

a/ 

1,731 

4,052 

3,253 


_ 

529 

g/ 


8,551 

August. 

- 

g/ 

1,549 

5,515 

3,592 

460 

- 

2,876 

g/ 

g/ 

11,819 

September. ......... 

- 

«/. 

2,934 

6,131 

3,970 

4,127 

- 

3,982 

b/ 


12,145 

October. 

- 

s/ 

3,535 

6,681 

4,218 

9,068 

- 

3,624 

eJ 


11,949 

November.. 

- 

&/ 

5,503 

8,445 

4,262 

7,841 

_ 

3,694 



11,308 

December . . 

§/ V 

&/ 

5,616 

7,569 

5,696 

5,791 

- 

3,317 

si 

§/ 

10,666 

January - 1951 . 

§/ 

g/ 

4,982 

7,000 

7,274 

4,716 

_ 

3,939 

a/ 

<5/ 

11,397 

February .......... 

eJ 

g/ 

4,704 

6,988 

7,810 

4,493 

_ 

3,723 

5/ 

g/ 

10,129 

March. 

54 

853 

4,658 

7,609 

8,578 

4,140 

- 

4,953 

353 

695 

5,369 

April... . 

593 

1,005 

5,337 

8,425 

9,865 

841 

- 

5,412 

354 

803 

3,189 

May. 

342 

888 

6,603 

9,262 

10,497 

5,332 

. 

5,556 

423 

835 

4,806 

June .... . 

307 

990 

6,836 

10,046 

10,861 

5,481 

- 

6,128 

540 

873 

5,221 

July. 

284 

712 

5,852 

13,348 

9,610 

3,374 

_ 

4,879 

561 

910 

4,361 

August . 

265 

747 

6,613 

11,549 

10,517 

4,408 

_ 

4,473 

680 

1,027 

4,331 

September. 

215 

841 

2,870 

u,307 

11,383 

2,633 

1/ 69 

4,274 

599 

925 

4,355 

October... 

321 

997 

4,950 

11,467 1 

11,000 

4,817 

62 

4,274 

719 

1,186 

4,918 

November.. . 

1,039 

750 

6,011 

11,150 

11,064 

4,305 

_ 

4,990 

444 

1,015 

4,222 

December . 

1,561 

729 

7,026 

10,930 j 

10,915 

3,933 

- 

3,460 

426 

1,268 

4,044 

January - 1952 . 

1,769 

786 

7,66i 

10,786 

11*201 

2,685 


4,323 

1+74 

1,126 

4,582 

February.. . 

1,428 

748 

9,155 

7,493 

10,745 

1,593 

_ 

3,363 

419 

1,558 

3,960 

March. 

1,375 

760 

8,506 

10,323 

11,505 

3,215 

_ 

4,711 

659 

1,543 

5,435 

April. 

1,348 

871 

8,622 

9,880 

12,234 

3,630 

_ 

4,722 

528 

1,642 

5,460 

Kay. 

1,936 

1,109 

6,348 

9,448 

12,071 

3,771 

108 

6,281 

663 

1,453 

5:533 

June. 

1,615 

1,013 

6,635 

9,646 

11,032 

1,827 

523 

5,675 

695 

1,499 

4,533 

July. 

1,133 

645 

6,656 

10,677 

10,370 

1,814 

633 

5,022 

685 

1,838 

4,470 

August ..... . 

1,422 

952 

6,665 

10,403 

9,118 

2,414 

695 

5,472 

664 

1,643 

5,516 

September. 

1,102 

1,138 

6,177 

9,655 

6,456 

3,400 

1,967 

5.967 

679 

1,991 

6,444 

October. 

932 

1,238 

6,508 

8,872 

5,627 

5,316 

1,943 

6,973 

808 

2,264 

7,230 

November . 

709 

1,039 

6,306 

7,571 

3,571 

4,274 

1,967 

5,711 

743 

2,109 

6,270 

December ... 

644 

964 

6,069 

7,381 

2,328 

4,564 

1,799 

5,790 

791 

1,948 

6,538 

January - 1953 . 

342 

966 

6,675 

7,587 

1,795 

5,676 

1,546 

5,458 

757 

1,812 

6,568 

February.• . . . 

! 3 / 68 

866 

5,965 

6,425 

1,424 

4,635 

1,808 

5,342 

759 

1,5H 

5,979 

March. 

25 

904 

6,423 

7,805 

l,34o 

5,207 

2,298 

5,979 

973 

1,598 

7,035 

April. 

5 

1,849 

6,710 

7,842 

1,487 

7,ioo 

2,153 

7,019 

826 

1,941 

7,761 

May. 

6 

1,685 

1 7,070 

9,061 

1,270 

5,063 

2,215 

6,439 

698 

1,895 

8,350 

June. 

19 

1,425 

6,506 

7,955 

1,745 

6,738 

1,181 

5,776 

768 

1,854 

6,032 

July (through the 2?th). . . 

5 

1,133 

6,760 

8,283 

2,401 

6,874 ! 

1,056 

4,194 

550 

2,230 

6,601 


h/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50- 
I / C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. 
j/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53. 

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Mormi 

TOTAL 

B-26 

B-29 

P-51 

F-SO 

F-82 


F-86 

F-94 

RB/WB-26 

RB/wb-29 

Total. 

1,61*2,668 

232,066 

183,250 

134,213 

162,868 

5,137 

159,387 

121,735 

7,656 

34,114 

18,759 

July - 1950 0/ . 

22,653 

2,780 

6,796 

1,353 

8,070 

427 


_ 

_ 

g/ 

g/ 

August . 

66,607 

4,275 

10,904 

12,851 

6,327 

363 

- 

- 

- 

sJ 

&/ 

September.. 

65,936 

4,585 

12,422 

10,066 

5,498 

135 

_ 

- 

- 

s/ 

g/ 

October. .......... 

66,110 

2,972 

6,864 

8,238 

8,860 

119 

. 

_ 

- 

57 

b/ 

November . 

69,963 

6,646 

6,917 

7,959 

7,666 

248 

. 

- 

_ 

¥ 

¥ 

December .... . 

53,808 

8,755 

6,661 

6,155 

7,847 

385 

6/ 1,894 

c/ 419 

- 

¥ 

¥ 

January - 1951 . 

57,592 

6,946 

7,047 

5,602 

8,388 

513 

4,120 

183 

- 

g/ 

B/ 

3/ 

February.. . 

56,016 

5,570 

6,208 

5,211 

8,537 

378 

3, 

- 

- 

«/ 

March. . . . 

66,281 

6,110 

7,042 

8,464 

12,440 

167 

5,097 

1,672 

- 

1 , 15 $ 

ait 

Apri1. 

56,166 

7,288 

5,193 

7,825 

8,364 

159 

4,745 

1,710 

- 

1,303 

703 

May . 

58,620 

7,007 

4,752 

6,306 

6,485 

198 

6,372 

2,034 

- 

1,405 

783 

June. 

59,679 

7,070 

4,184 

6,012 

6,849 

210 

4,030 

1,850 

- 

1,364 

750 

July . 

66,262 

7,159 

4,341 

2,918 

3,191 

176 

3,191 

1,038 

_ 

1,391 

738 

August .. . 

49,096 

7,646 

6,365 

4,393 

3,335 

276 

3.202 

1,314 

- 

1,473 

863 

September. ......... 

51,686 

7,760 

6,631 

5,019 

4,266 

286 

6,051 

1,546 

- 

1,558 

946 

October. .......... 

53,860 

7,279 

6,658 

5,920 

4,544 

292 

6,371 

2,003 

- 

1,439 

1,011 

November . 

49,346 

7,139 

3,568 

3,672 

3,818 

219 

6,711 

1,135 

- 

1,044 

819 

December .. . 

69,086 

6,708 

3,829 

3,186 

3,412 

225 

5,779 

2,742 

- 

1,090 

680 

January - 1952 . 

46,190 

5,934 

6,497 

2,039 

2,258 

223 

4,969 

3,106 

d/ 72 

1,109 

685 

February . 

*•2,333 

5,530 

3,673 

2,083 

2,293 

e/ 158 

4,243 

3,293 

117 

1,056 

716 

March. 

49,397 

6,268 

3,929 

2,309 

3,345 

- 

4,412 

4,723 

266 

1,225 

767 

April. . . . . 

49,596 

6,019 

3,416 

2,365 

3,64o 

- 

3,924 

5,440 

298 

1,231 

737 

May. 

56,814 

7,351 

3,819 

2,737 

4,733 

- 

4,675 

7,147 

450 

1,373 

938 

June.. 

47,238 

6,408 

3,413 

1,921 

2,956 


3,650 

3,965 

496 

1,165 

515 

July. 

46,286 

5,457 

4,039 

1,282 

2,033 

* 

3,225 

3,402 

444 

1,049 

248 

August . 

47,353 

5,108 

3,238 

1,068 

2,687 

. 

4,117 

4,135 

29 

957 

205 

September.. 

48,634 

5,544 

3,925 

1,734 

2,285 

- 

3,995 

4,904 

6 

1,094 

272 

October. 

57,857 

7,549 

4,669 

2,045 

2,882 

. 

6,538 

6,178 

30 

971 

160 

November . 

46,698 

5.845 

3,696 

1,634 

2,436 


5,418 

3,895 

214 

948 

152 

December . 

47,545 

5,535 

4,154 

1,322 

2,677 


5,739 

4,924 

255 

977 

237 

January - 1953 ....... 

48,350 

6,238 

3,969 

f/ 726 

2,677 

_ 

5,459 

5,196 

688 

1,122 

751 

February . 

4l,66o 

5,993 

3,436 

2 

2,437 

- 

5,151 

3,909 

625 

912 

622 

March. 

64,947 

5,771 

4,238 

- 

2,023 

- 

4,740 

5,586 

633 

965 

712 

April. 

51,395 

6,752 

3,973 

- 

1,219 

- 

7,863 

7,568 

850 

1,150 

649 

May . 

52,487 

6,850 

4,535 

- 

153 

- 

7,390 

9,062 

790 

1,414 

695 

June. 

54,756 

7,573 

4,534 


151 

- 

7,569 

10,021 

794 

1,160 

754 

July (through the 27th). . . 

48,433 

6,826 

3,915 

- 

36 

- 

7,303 

7,555 

599 

1,014 

797 


a/ Includes 26 through 30 Juji 50. 

d./ f- 9^ type acft began operations Jan 52- 

£/ Breakdown not available and is included in Misc. 


b/ F-6U type acft began operations Dec 50. 

e/ F-82 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. 


c/ F-86 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

Tf F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53 


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MONTH 

RF-51 

rf -80 

C-46 

VC/C-47 

C-54 

C-119 

C-124 

t/lt -6 

B-5 

YH/H-19 

SA-16 

SB/TB-29 

MISC 

Total. 

19,019 

24,491 

125,914 

112,853 

203,311 

105,824 

16,690 

110,641 

10,701 

12,607 

41,274 

July - 1950 a/ . 

- 

ej, 

991 

2,546 

494 

_ 


529 



667 

August . 

- 

e/ 

291 

3,696 

538 

95 

- 

2,816 

S' 

S' 

2,451 

September. 

- 

s/, 

716 

1,877 

2 , 171 

1,044 

. 

3,954 

&/ 

S' 

3,468 

October. 

- 

g/ 

1,234 

2,o4l 

3,959 

4,705 

- 

3,604 

5/ 

g/ 

3,514 

November . 

- 


2,637 

2,265 

3,898 

5,160 

- 

3,609 

1/ 


2,958 

December ... 

ej h/ 

S' 

3,388 

1,830 

4,442 

5,539 

- 

3,271 

%f 

3,222 

January - 1952 . 

s/ 

8/ 

4,544 

1,882 

6,417 

4,114 


3,904 

g/ 

§/ 


February . 

§/ 

8/ 

4,158 

1,838 

7,424 

4,023 

- 

3,610 

£/ 

¥/ 

ikflK 

March. . . . 


7&5 

3,620 

2,005 

6,369 

3,654 

- 

3,746 

358 

398 


April. 

552 

908 

2,697 

2,429 

6,532 

753 

. 

4,280 

267 

182 


May. 

33k 

662 

910 

3,422 

9,052 

4,053 

- 

4,145 

206 

100 


June.. 

267 

788 

2,999 

3,665 

9,469 

4,642 


4,714 

350 

77 

189 

July. 

233 

596 

2,163 

'•,991 

8,049 

2,031 

- 

3,309 

423 

187 


August . 

212 

623 

2,759 

3,463 

8,517 

2,937 

- 

3,314 

365 

144 


September.' . . . . 

202 

709 

1,045 

3,346 

9,193 

1,628 

1/ 12 

3,184 

173 

48 


October. 

256 

937 

1,621 

2,933 

8,640 

2,357 

62 

3,04o 

317 

39 


November . 

866 

667 

1,575 

3,317 

8,727 

1,959 

- 

3,848 

122 

151 


December . 

1,436 

638 

2,211 

3,341 

8,131 

2,702 

- 

2,355 

115 

189 

■ 

January - 1952 . 

1,643 

621 

2,316 

2,964 

8,517 

2,032 


2,666 

169 

93 


February . 

1,364 

577 

2,958 

2,570 

8,223 

1,024 

- 

1,841 

196 

205 


March. 

1,278 

607 

3,l8l 

3,431 

8,804 

1,622 

- 

2,246 

274 

364 


April.. 

1,258 

692 

2,051 

3,U3 

9,671 

1,990 

- 

2,498 

321 

436 

mmfmm 

May. 

1,846 

1,000 

3,175 

2,565 

8,918 

2,702 

_ 

3,297 

521 

518 


June.. 

1,534 

900 

5,667 

2,775 

5,793 

1,109 

8 

3,038 

543 

525 

857 

July. 

978 

523 

5,955 

3,436 

9,430 

781 

139 

2,240 

432 

537 

654 

August .. 

1,328 

787 

5,520 

4,180 

8,249 

814 

274 

2,695 

439 

484 

1,039 

September. 

900 

918 

4,858 

4,320 

5,966 

2,104 

1,009 

2,023 

410 

623 

944 

October.. 

895 

1,153 

5,097 

3,723 

5,135 

3,638 

1,306 

3,384 

488 

821 

1,195 

November . 

660 

969 

5,203 

2,963 

3,279 

3,620 

1,545 

2,358 

418 

541 

904 

December. 

605 

841 

5,433 

2,616 

2,035 

3,808 

1,560 

2,515 

483 

832 

997 

January - 1953 ....... 

308 

780 

5,629 

2,763 

1,594 

4,792 

1,403 

2,294 

455 

745 

761 

February ... 

3/ 62 

783 

5,180 

2,189 

1,215 

3,567 

1,622 

2,178 

463 

478 

736 

March. ... 

- 

822 

4,975 

3,583 

893 

3,624 

2,030 

2,278 

581 

608 

885 

April. 

- 

1,635 

5,071 

3,460 

760 

2,802 

1,817 

3,301 

581 

928 

1,016 

May. 

- 

1,417 

5,08l 

3,773 

626 

3,500 

1,954 

2,829 

484 

916 

1,018 

June. 

- 

1,158 

4,835 

3,735 

922 

5,326 

1,080 

2,918 

514 

842 

&70 

July (through the 27th). . . 

- 

875 

4/170 

3,807 

1,259 

5,573 

869 

2,010 

243 

596 

986 


h/ RF-51 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

T/ C-12l» type acft began operations Sep 51- 

J/ RF-51 type acft removed from combat status Feb 53* 

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(Overall Theater Figures Including Bon-Committed Units) 


M017TH 

TOTAL 

B-26 

R-29 

F-51 

f-8o 

F-82 

F-84 

f-86 

F-94 

RB/tfB-26 

kb/wb-29 

Total. 

1,320,631 

mssm 

52,302 

37,080 

124, r71 

10,136 

112,893 

46,665 

52,857 

6,567 

50,128 

July - 1950 a/. 

21,116 

162 

2,984 

592 

3,949 

540 

_ 



§/, 

a/ 

August. 

22,803 

355 

822 

649 

4,349 

704 

- 

- 

- 

a/ 

g/ 

September. 

26,170 

489 

628 

413 

3,647 

934 

- 

- 

. 

t/ 

d 

October. 

26,914 

1,564 

848 

1*1*9 

3,207 

828 

- 

- 

- 

&/ 

g/ 

November . 

27,396 

2,191 

568 

380 

3,092 

639 

- 

- 

. 

§/ 

8/ 

December . 

22,712 

654 

349 

384 

3,057 

611 

V 519 

=/ 175 

- 

g/ 

§/ 

January - 1951 . 

22,019 

660 

725 

276 

3,399 

593 

1*01* 

1,449 

- 


d 

February . 

20,396 

549 

545 

499 

3,58o 

501 

182 

1,354 

- 

§/ 

y 

March.. 

25,261 

1,004 

924 

446 

3,437 

562 

476 

852 

d/1 

204 

1,383 

April. .... . 

26,575 

943 

584 

549 

4,135 

463 

251 

1,086 

193 

184 

1,239 

May. 

34,227 

2,545 

802 

. 835 

4,447 

430 

635 

BOO 

338 

332 

1,599 

June. 

34,126 

3,195 

1,106 

1,050 

>*,313 

361 

880 

1,166 

208 

321 

1,403 

July. 

36,507 

2,936 

1,140 

2,573 

3,587 

397 

1,52B 

758 

216 

• 205 

1,372 

August ...... . 

37,657 

2,591 

1,073 

1,930 

3,456 

406 

3,032 

946 

262 

313 

1,467 

September. 

35,383 

2,472 

1,311 

1,776 

3,255 

375 

3,652 

734 

304 

250 

l,4oU 

October. 

38,941 

2,172 

1,187 

1,614 

3,240 

449 

3,187 

585 

460 

201 

1,570 

November . 

37,118 

1,859 

1,226 

1,608 

2,937 

400 

2,303 

896 

875 

145 

1,300 

December . 

36,054 

2,462 

885 

1,460 

2,659 

317 

2,296 

836 

823 

197 

1,262 

January - 1952 . 

38,857 

2,194 

1,316 

1,618 

2,986 

318 

2,990 

690 

926 

133 

1,591 

February . 

36,718 

.3,090 

1,024 

1,234 

2,805 

e/ 232 

3,204 

878 

1,083 

188 

1,689 

March. 

43,291 

3,606 

1,328 

1,414 

2,935 

“ TO 

3,858 

843 

1,741 

295 

1,322 

April.. 

46,372 

4,256 

1,939 

1,520 

3,197 

6 

4,286 

981 

1,986 

278 

1,512 

May. 

42,829 

3,197 

1,618 

1,510 

3,336 

- 

4,066 

1,800 

2,320 

200 

1,652 

June. 

39,042 

3,027 

1,558 

1,298 

2,680 


2,476 

1,479 

2,627 

179 

1,774 

July.. 

38,531 

3,278 

1,792 

1,153 

2,921 

_ 

4,170 

1,053 

2,695 

209 

2,422 

August .... . 

41,788 

4,555 

2,283 

1,789 

3,421 

- 

3,717 

1,215 

2,995 

264 

2,374 

September.. 

43,907 

4,326 

2,111 

1,1*66 

3,215 

- 

6,072 

1,092 

3,110 

182 

2,232 

October. 

44,649 

4,538 

2,l4l 

1,442 

2,897 

- 

5,051 

1,168 

3,493 

338 

2,705 

November.. 

39,865 

4,213 

2,163 

1,354 

3,079 

- 

4,65!* 

1,347 

2,717 

238 

2,290 

December ..... . 

38,394 

2,512 

1,876 

1,060 

3,302 

- 

5,638 

1,522 

2,966 

236 

2,191 

January * 1953 . 

38,535 

3,026 

1,549 

f/ 1,186 

3,367 

- 

5,418 

1,673 

2,671 

213 

1,774 

February . 

36,969 

2,788 

1,512 

896 

2,878 

- 

5,909 

2,476 

2,392 

182 

1,657 

March. 

46,404 

3,196 

2,169 

554 

3,6o6 

- 

8,725 

3,281 

3,363 

192 

1,930 

April. 

48,851 

3,106 

2,237 

59 

4,o6l 

- 

6,015 

4,356 

3,704 

146 

1,845 

May. 

46,231 

2.B46 

2,300 

20 

3,771 

- 

6,562 

3,322 

3,114 

340 

1,802 

June. 

36,342 

2,202 

1,775 

19 

3,122 

- 

4,643 

2,177 

2,636 

242 

1,727 

July (through the 27th). . . 

41,681 

2,420 

1,901* 

5 

3,446 

- 

6,094 

3,675 

2,638 

l6o 

1,640 


a/ includes 26 through 30 June 1950. b/ F-84 type acft began operations Dec 50* c j F-66 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

d/ F-9 1 * type acft arrived in theater Mar 51 and committed to combat Jan 52. e/ F-62 type acft removed from combat status Feb 52. 

Tf F-51 type acft removed from combat status Jan 53* g/ Breakdown not available and is Included in Misc. 


Source; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 - Continued 


USAF NON OPERATIONAL FLYING TIME BY TYPE MODEL , BY MONTH — 


(Overall Theater Figures Including Non-Committed Units) 


MONTH 

RF-51 

RF-80 

C-46 

VC/C-47 

c-54 

c-119 

C-124 

LT/T-6 

H-5 

yh/h-19 

sa-i6 

SB/TB-29 

MISC 

Total . 

1,865 

4,002 

93,033 

211,714 

58,782 

49,812 

5,333 

67,664 

7,580 

30,385 

205,803 

July - 1950 a/ . 

- 


7I0 

1,506 

2,759 



. 

s/ 


7,884 

August . 

- 

&/ 

e/ 

1,258 

1,819 

3,054 

365 


60 

s / 

5/ 

9,368 

September. 

- 

2,218 

4,254 

1,799 

3,083 


28 



8,677 

October. 

- 

i 

2,301 

4,640 

259 

4,363 


20 

1 

g/ 

8,435 

November .. 

- 

2,866 

6,180 

364 

2,681 


05 


8,350 

December . 

g/_h/ 

1/ 

2,228 

5,739 

1,254 

252 


46 

i ' 

s/ 

7,444 

January - 1951 . 

g/ 

e/ 

138 

5,118 

857 

602 


35 



7,463 

February . 

8/ 

&/ 

516 

5,150 

386 

470 


ns 


1/ 

6,516 

March. 

y * 

hi 

118 

1,038 

5,604 

2,209 

486 


1,207 

55 

297 

4,894 

April. 

97 

2,610 

5,996 

3,333 

88 


1,132 

67 

621 

2,933 

May. ... . 

8 

26 

5,893 

5,840 

1,445 

1,279 


1,411 

217 

735 

4,610 

June. 

uo 

202 

3,837 

6,381 

1,392 

839 

- 

l,4i4 

190 

796 

5,032 

July. 

51 

116 

3,689 

8,357 

1.561 

1,343 


1,570 

141 

723 

4,244 

August . 

53 

124 

3,854 

8,086 

2,000 

1,471 

_ 

1,159 

315 

883 

4,236 

September... 

13 

132 

1,825 

7,901 

2,190 

1,005 

1/ 57 

1,090 

426 

877 

4,274 

October. 

65 

60 

3.329 

8,534 

2,368 

2,46o 


1,234 

402 

1,147 

4,677 

November . 

173 

83 

4,436 

7,833 

2,337 

2,346 


1,142 

322 

864 

4,033 

December . 

125 

91 

4,815 

7,589 

2,784 

1,231 

- 

1,105 

311 

1,079 

3,727 

January - 1952 . 

126 

165 

5,345 

7,822 

2,684 

653 

_ 

1,657 

305 

1,033 

4,305 

February.. 

61* 

171 

6,197 

4,923 

2,522 

569 

- 

1,522 

223 

1,353 

3,747 

March. 

97 

153 

5,325 

6,692 

2,701 

1,593 

- 

2,465 

385 

1,179 

5,089 

April. 

90 

179 

6,571 

6,767 

2,563 

1.640 

- 

2,224 

207 

1,206 

4,964 

May. 

88 

109 

3,173 

6,883 

3,153 

1,069 

108 

2,984 

142 

935 

4,486 

June .. 

8l 

113 

960 

6,871 

5,239 

718 

515 

2,637 

152 

974 

3,676 

July. 

155 

122 

701 

7,241 

940 

1,033 

494 

2,782 

253 

1,301 

3,816 

August . 

9*> 

165 

1,165 

6,223 

869 

1,600 

421 

2,777 

225 

1,159 

4,477 

September. 

202 

220 

1,319 

•5,335 

490 

1,296 

958 

3,144 

269 

1,368 

5,500 

October. 

37 

85 

1,411 

5,149 

492 

1,678 

637 

3,589 

320 

1,443 

6,035 

November ... 

h 9 

70 

1,103 

4,608 

292 

654 

422 

3,353 

325 

1,568 

5,366 

December. 

39 

123 

636 

4,765 

293 

756 

239 

3,275 

308 

1,116 

5,541 

January - 1953 . 

31 

166 

1.046 

4,824 

201 

884 

143 

3.1* 

302 

1,067 

5,807 

February .......... 

3 / So 

83 

785 

4,236 

209 

1,068 

186 

3,164 

296 

1,033 

5,193 

March. 

25 

82 

1,440 

4,222 

447 

1,663 

268 

3.701 

392 

990 

6,150 

April. 

5 

211 

1, b 39 

4,382 

727 

4,298 

330 

3,718 

245 

1,013 

6,745 

May. 

6 

268 

1,989 

5,288 

644 

1,563 

261 

3,610 

214 

979 

7,332 

June. 

19 

207 

1,671 

4,220 

823 

1,412 

101 

2,858 

254 

1,012 

5,162 

July (through the 27th). . . 

5 

258 

2.590 

4,476 

1,142 

1,301 

187 

2,184 

307 

1,634 

5,615 


h.' RF'51 type acft began operations Dec 50. 

T/ C-124 type acft began operations Sep 51. 

37 RF-51 type ocft reooved from combat status Feb 53. 


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TABLE 51 


FEAF BOMBER COMMAND SORTIES BY TYPE TARGET , BY QUARTER - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


QUARTER 

TOTAL | 
SORTIES | 

EFFECTIVE 

PRIMARY 

TARGETS 

SECONDARY 
AND OTHER 
TARGETS 

CLOSE 1 
SUPPORT 

ROADS 
RAILROADS 
AND BRIDGES 

AIRFIELDS 

MARSHALLING 

YARDS 

SUPPLY 1 
CENTERS 

TROOP 

AREAS 

INDUSTRIAL ^ 
AREAS 

OTHER 

a/ 

NON- 

EFFECTIVE 

Total . 

20,277 

19,588 

16,334 

3,254 

2,803 

4,545 

1,251 

2,919 

4,603 

718 

1,393 

1,356 

689 

July - September - 1950 b/. 

3,o4o 

2,954 

2,477 

477 

mm 

939 

23 

822 

_ 


656 

l4l 

66 

October - December. ..... . 

2,145 

2,072 

1,597 

475 


574 

8 

338 

669 

- 

92 

119 

73 

January - March - 1951. 

2,268 

2,208 

1,660 

548 


740 

100 

293 

844 

137 

11 

55 

60 

April - June. 

1,584 

1,542 

1,034 

508 

412 

298 

331 

84 


7 

1 

48 

42 

July - September. 

1,511 

1,471 

1,019 

452 

273 

169 

101 

494 


13 

2 

94 

hO 

October - December. 

1,390 

1,320 

1,154 

166 

392 

252 

231 

230 

fla 

32 

30 

128 

70 

January - March - 1952. 

1,369 

1,305 

1,200 

105 

259 

622 

46 

122 

133 

. 

16 

107 

64 

April - June. 

1,179 

1,141 

1,030 

111 

159 

751 


00 

- 

_ 

44 

98 

38 

July - September. 

1,299 

1,233 

1,117 

116 

148 

56 


258 

352 

10 

321 

88 

66 

October - December. 

1,354 

1,298 

1,198 

100 

179 

20 


47 

44o 

168 

124 

286 

56 

January - March - 1953. 

1,268 

1,216 

1,111 

105 

186 

42 


124 

507 

185 

43 

116 

52 

April - June. 

1,432 

1,401 

1,322 

79 

261 

50 


26 

631 

I 96 

53 

65 

31 

1 July - 27 July. 

430 

__J 

427 

415 

12 

61 

32 


1 

116 

70 


11 

11 


a/ Includes Leaflet and Survlellance Missions; Headquarters and Communi cat ions Areas and Miscellaneous Targets. b/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 
Source; Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


TABLE 52 - FEAF BOMBER COMMAND TONNAGE BY TYPE TARGET , BY QUARTER - 26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


QUARTER 

TOTAL 

TONS 

DROPPED 

EFFECTIVE 

PRIMARY 

TARGETS 

SEC 0!© ARY 
AND OTHER 
TARGETS 

CLOSE 

SUPPORT 

ROADS 
RAILROADS 
AND BRIDGES 

AIRFIELDS 

MARSHALLING 

YARDS 

SUPPLY 

CENTERS 

TROOP 

AREAS 

INDUS¬ 

TRIAL 

AREAS 

OTHER 

LEAFLETS 

a/ 

TONS 

SALVOED 

Total . 

167,100 


132,649 

26,791 

26,098 

36,096 

9,663 

24,668 

42,793 

6,483 

12,107 

1,532 

27,180 

7,660 

July - September - 1950 b/. 


23,142 

19,397 

3,745 

3,208 

6,712 

183 

6,712 

_ 

. 

5,540 

707 

1,311 

914 

October - December. 


15,507 

11,645 

3,862 

636 

4,083 

64 

2,069 

6,828 

- 

749 

276 

2,256 

807 

January - March - 1951. 


18,571 

13 , 6 lB 

4,953 

253 

5,710 

845 

2,699 

7,736 

1,227 

101 

_ 

1,114 

763 

April - June. .... . 

12,835 

12,310 

8,296 

4,014 

4,000 

2,020 

2,598 

704 

2,917 

48 

10 

13 

1,453 

525 

July - September. 

11,694 

n,iB4 

7,569 

3,615 

2,609 

989 

699 

3,955 

2,715 

102 

57 

58 

2,714 

510 

October - December. 

10,293 

9,5i8 

8,385 

1,133 

3,491 

■ 

1,624 

1,745 

204 

249 

229 

122 

3,348 

775 

January - March - 1952 . 

12,172 

11,440 

10,543 

897 

2,512 

1 

343 

1,137 

1,265 

_ 

155 

112 

2,802 

732 

April - June. 

10,263 

9,862 

8,922 

940 

1,512 

7,035 

59 

766 

- 

_ 

450 

40 

2,933 

4ol 

July - September . 

10,697 

10,073 

9,i6l 

912 

1,313 

510 

10 

2,341 

3,001 

76 

2,802 

20 

2,308 

624 

October - December. ........ 

11,747 

11,167 

10,175 

992 

1,710 

133 

244 

441 

5,777 

1,516 

1,211 

135 

2,427 

580 

January - March - 1953. 

11,370 

10,821 

9,8iO 

1,011 

1,758 

391 

101 

1,090 


1,728 

393 

47 

1,354 

549 

April - June. 

12,403 

12,039 

11,426 

613 

2,448 

463 

1,695 

202 


849 

410 


2,555 

364 

1 July - 27 July. 

3,922 

3,806 

3,702 

104 

568 

280 

1,198 

_Lj 


688 

’ 

- 

605 

116 


a/ Figures are number of bombs only and are not included in tonnage. b/ Includes 27 through 30 June 1950. 

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10 SEPTEMBER 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


quarter ending 

TOTAL 

SORTIES 

TONS 

CARGO 

FREIGHT 

TOTAL 

PERSONNEL 

PATIENTS 

PASSENGERS 

TON 
MILZS 
(IN THCUS) 

PERSONNEL 
MILES 
(IN THCUS) 


INTO KOREA 

Total . 

65 , 33 ^ 

296,316 

203,307 

907,299 

1,037 

906,262 

75,609 

481,338 

September - 1950 a/ . 

1,400 

7,932 

7,826 

7,572 


7,572 



December. — .. . 

7,279 

39,226 

38,363 

23,280 

- 

23,280 

b/ 14,027 

b/46,678 

March - 1951. 

7,362 

35,271 

33,234 

37,655 

- 

37,655 



June.. 

8,614 

46,209 

40,439 

54,329 

3 

54,326 

14,445 

33,486 

September . 

5,873 

23,247 

14,058 

87,745 

- 

87,745 

6,429 

45,995 

December.. 

6,372 

25,566 

15,895 

92,190 

- 

92,190 

4,958 

44,667 

March - 1952. 

5,263 

20,360 

10,331 

97,695 

780 

96,915 

3,828 

51,050 

June.,. 

4,610 

20,043 

8,405 

105,433 

17 

105,416 

5,140 

49,055 

September . 

4,694 

18,577’ 

7,968 

94,333 

- 

94,333 

6,450 

48,010 

December. . . . 

5,413 

18,639 

8,048 

102,868 


102,647 

5,578 


March - 1953. 

3,668 

18,558 

6,680 

105,587 


105,586 

5,055 


June. ........ . 

3,817 

17,958 

8,345 

89,579 


89,564 

5,797 

52,360 

July (through the 2?th) «... 

969 

4,730 

3,715 

9,033 

Ha 

9,033 

3,902 

5,006 


U7TRA KOREA 

Total ...... 

58,573 

133,755 

84,580 

551,602 

134,916 

416,686 

12,553 

96,911 

September - 1950 a/ ..... . 

116 

- 217 

134 

937 

_ 

937 



December. 

9,495 

42,293 

36,419 

75,016 

17(856 

57,160 

4/2,343 

b/ 10,856 

March - 1951. 

4,609 

13,125 

8,213 

53,479 

18,665 

34,814 



June... 

6,391 

13,668 

6,966 

62,244 

20,973 

41,271 

1,492 ■ 

9,422 

September.. . 

4,040 

8,987 

5,045 

44,215 

11,550 

. 32,665 

975 

9,583 

December. 

3,729 

7,754 

4,621 

35,390 

9,696 

25,694 

1,111 

6,529 

March - 1952. 

3,579 

6,521 

3,839 

35,278 

8,596 

26,682 

533 

6,832 

June. ... 

14,652 

7,188 

3,600 

38,882. 

5,780 

33,102 

441 

9,394 


4,656 

6,336 

2,796 

36,851 

5,476 

31,375 

921 

8,582 

December. ... . 

3,813 

7,004 

3,558. 

39,894 . 

8,519 

31,375 

1,672 

10,522 

March - 1953. 

5,590 

7,956 

3,595 

46,987 

8,223 

38,764 

1,112 

10,230 

June. ............. 

6,213 

9,514 

4,177 

61,660 

12,358 

49,302 

1,510 

11,339 

July (through the 27th) .... 

1,690 

3,1 12 

1,617 

20,769 

7,224 

13,545 

443 

3,622 



OUT OF KOREA 

Total . 

45,572 

149,039 

48,783 

1,003,878 

135,125 

868,753 

32,828 

516,352 

September - 1950 a j . 

351 

747 

111 

6,453 

5,973 




December.. . 

3,560 

8,602 

5,079 

39,630 

22,218 

17,412 

b/6,447 

b/51,015 

March - 1951. 

4,277 

12,825 

7,067 

61,228 

22,011 

39,217 



June. 

4,155 

9,815 

2,320 

70,679 

15,648 

55,031 

2,803 

37,654 

September . 

4,577 

11,802 

3,245 

88,365 

10,827 

77,538 

1,770 

50,416 

December. 

5,175 

14,745 

4,729 

103,882 

14,173 

89,709 

2,356 


March - 1952 . 

4,463 

14,358 

4,676 

100,464 

5,979 

94,485 

1,968 

58,949 

June.. 

3,739 

15,527 

4,559 

105,220 

6,266 

90,954 

3,684 

48,393 

September . 

3,925 

14,106 

3,960 

97,784 

7,602 

90,182 

3,368 

48,428 

December. .... . 

3,512 

14,913 

3,814 

107,349 

8,504 

98,845 

3,601 

46,910 

March - 1953. 

3,570 

14,833 

3,483 

110,681 

5,738 

104,943 

3,677 

59,957 

June. 

3,431 

13,603 

3,852 

96,660 

6,034 

90,626 

2,461 

57,383 

July (through the 27 th) .... 

837 

3,163 

1,888 

15,483 

4,152 

11,331 

693 

8,025 



INTRA JAPAN 

Total ...... 

40,864 

100,526 

55,093 

^50,6l6 

36,726 

413.890 

37,374 

180,766 

September - 1950 a j . 

660 

1,866 

1,294 

6,804 

3,376 

3,428 



December. .. . 

3,384 

7,211 

4,490 

30,334 

12,898 

17,436 

h/7,813 

b/18,993 

March - 1951. 

3,811 

9,631 

6,710 

-32,605 

5,387 

27,218 



June. 

2,763 

7,339 

3,869 

33,322 

930 

32,392 

3,591 

18,219 

September . 

3,798 

9,616 

4,540 

52,812 

1,022 

51,790 

3,177 

22,062 

December. . . 

3,508 

9,542 

5,o4l 

45,168 

2,121 

43,047 

3,057 

19,448 

March - 1952. 

3,473 

8,264 

4,378 

38,843 

1,115 

37,728 

2,641 

16,067 

June. 

2,882 

8,403 

3,636 

44,828 

1,161 

43,667 

2,916 

25,980 

September . 

2,915 

0,820 

3,688 

47,669 

2,316 

45,353 

3,072 

' 13,800 

December. ..... . 

3,644 

9,037 

4,431 

43,638 

2,682 

40,956 

3,072 

14,878 

March - 1953.. - 

3,372 

8,226 

4,631 

33 ,611 

1,657 

31,954 

3,215 

16,826 

June. 

4,763 

9,122 

5,897 

31,868 

1,486 

30,382 

3,332 

17,560 

July (through the 27th) .... 

1,891 

3,449 

2,488 

9,114 

575 

8,539 

1,488 

4,133 


a/ 315th Air Division began Combat Cargo Operations, 10 September 1950. 

□/ Cumulative from September 1950 through March 1951* Breakdown by Quarter not available. 
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TOTAL 315TH AIR DIVISION COMBAT CARGO OPERATIONS - 10 SEPTEMBER 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 




QUARTER ENDING 

AVERAGE 

POSSESSED 

AVERAGE 

CCMBAT 

READY 

TOTAL 

SORTIES 

FLYING 

HOURS 

TONS 

CARGO 

FREIGHT 

TOTAL 

PERSONNEL 

PATIENIS 

PASSENGERS 

TON 
MILES 
(IN thous) 

PERSONNEL 

MILES 

(IN THCUS) 

Total . 

210 

140 

210,3113 

611,836 

679,636 

391,763 

2 , 913,395 

307,804 

2 , 605,591 

158,364 

1 , 283,367 

September - 1950 a j .. 

179 

105 

2,527 

11,313 

10^762 

9,365 

21,766 

9,349 

12,417 

2,250 

5,262 

December... 

195 

ll6 

23,718 

61,16? 

97,332 

84,351 

168,260 

52,972 

115,288 

14,240 

43,920 

March - 1951.. 

229 

. 167 

20,059 

53,672 

70,652 

55,224 

184,967 

46,063 

138,904 

14,140 

73,360 

June • ... 

220 

150 

21,923 

63,874 

77,031 

53,594 

220,574 

37,554 

183,020 

22,331 

98,781 

September. ............. 

222 

172 

18,288 

65,265 

53,652 

26,888 

273,137 

23,399 

249,738 

12,351 

128,656 

December.. . 

220 

160 

18,781! 

62,042 

57,607 

30,286 

276,630 

25,990 

250,640 

11,482 

119,866 

March - 1952 . 

211 

128 

18,778 

58,129 

49,503 

23,224 

272,200 

16,470 

255,810 

8,970 

132,906 

June. 

201) 

135 

15,383 

55,470 

51,161 

20,200 

294,363 

13,224 

281,139 

12,l8l 

132,822 

September. 

220 

132 

16,190 

49,076 

47,839 

18,412 

276,637 

15,394 

261,243 

13,811 ' 

118,820 

December.. 

216 

146 

16,382 

45,078 

49,673 

19,851 

293,749 

19,926 

273,023 

13,923 

119,209 

March. 

200 

130 

16,200 

39,640 

49,573 

18,389 

296,866 

15,619 

281,247 

13,059 

144,969 

June ......... . 

200 

113 

18,224 

37,299 

50,197 

22,271 

279,767 

19,893 

259,074 

13,100 

138,650 

July (through the 27th). 

203 

137 

5,337 

12,806 

14,454 

9,708 

54,399 

11,951 

42,448 

6,526 

20,066 


a/ 315th Air Division began Combat Cargo Operations, 10 September 1950. 

Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/c. 


TABLE 55 - 315TH AIR DIVISION COMBAT CARGO OPERATIONS, BY TYPE MODEL- 10 SEPTEMBER 1950 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


QUARTER ENDING 

AVERAGE 

POSSESSED 

AVERAGE 

CCMBAT 

READY 

TOTAL 

SORTIES 

FLYING 

HOURS 

Tore 

CARGO 

FREIGHT 

TOTAL 

PERSONNEL 

PATIENTS 

— 

PASSENGERS 

TON 

MILES 

(in thous) 

PERSONNEL 
MILES 
(IN HiOUS) 




4 



C - 

46 





Total ....... 

57 

41 

55,681 

170,334 

124,216 

65,836 

581,899 

24',379 

557,520 

31,245 

186,428 

September - 1950 a/. . ... 

52 

19 

721 

• 3,748 

2,167 

1,834 

2,959 

- 

2,959 

200 

1,160 

December... 

47 

29 

5,105 

12,985 

15,588 

13,096 

22,147 

- 

22,147 

2,240 

6,100 


65 

50 

5,648 

13,266 

13,393 

9,334 

36,083 

- 

36,083 

2,46o 

10,130 

June. 

51 

39 

4,800 

15,791 

14,034 

9,476 


163 

44,361 

3,616 

10,846 

September. 

57 

47 

3,508 

14,173 

■ 7,528 

4,128 

33,649 

- 

33,649 

2,124 

10,910 

December . 

60 

46 

3,831 

14,424 

9,592 

6,508 

31,446 

2 

31,444 

2,657 

9,010 

March - 1952 . 

57 

39 

4,398 

17,286 

9,550 

5,616 

40,476 

1.051 

39,425 

3,036 

12,288 


54 

39 

3,o64 

14,740 

7,428 

3,412 

38,412 

25 

38,387 

1,025 

12,500 

September. ..... . . - 

6l 

48 

4,151 

16,198 

9,277 

3,207 

54,570 

628 

53,942 

2,644 

16,732 

December . 

50 

47 

4,048 

14,526 

9,234 

2,964 

69,672 

5,418 

64,254 

2,553 

20,677 

March - 1953 . 

61 

47 

5,271 

15,158 

10,233 

2,241 

78,464 

7,413 

71,051 

2,384 

29,046 

June. 

59 

43 

8,726 

14,083 

13,144 

2,695 

110,796 

6,307 

104,489 

3,613 

40,031 

July (through the 27th).. • 

59 

41 

2,330 

3,956 

3,048 

1,323 

18,701 

3,372 

15,329 

2,581 

6,902 



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QUARTER ENDING 

AVERAGE 

POSSESSED 

AVERAGE 

CCMBAT 

READY 

TOTAL 

SORTIES 

FLYING 

HOURS 

TONS 

CARGO 

FREIGHT 

TOTAL 

PERSONNEL 

PATIEOTS 

PASSENGERS 

TON 

MILES 
(IN THOUS) 







C 

47 




Total. ....... 

24 

17 

36,814 

66,359 

54,973 

30,021 

324,091 

120,026 

204,065 

5,355 

September - J-950 a/. 

28 

23 

706 

1,437 

1,612 

1,240 

5,877 

2,568 

3,309 

100 

December. ............. 

27 

16 

5,126 

7,895 

8,925 

4,980 

52,253 

17,283 

34,970 

620 

March - 1951. 

19 

12 

2,616 

3,939 

5,290 

3,956 

29,420 

17,562 

11,858 

630 

June. 

27 

21 

4,410 

7,969 

7,738 

3,767 

36,599 

13,251 

23,348 

724 

September . 

26 

. 20 

3,446 

8,900 

5,809 

3,292 

32,308 

10,960 

21,348 

780 

December. ... 

26 

19 

2,999 

7,594 

5,287 

2,867 

24,432 

9,991 

14,441 

1,248 

March - 1952 . 

27 

19 

2,177 

5,600 

3,214 

2,268 

. 18,939 

8,835 

10,104 

307 

June. 

23 

15 

3,127 

4,528 

3,322 

1,864 

19,9W 

6,441 

13,469 

171 

September . 

21 

12 

2,803 

4,113 

3,070 

1,520 

19,987 

6,196 

13,791 

209 

December. ............. 

23 

15 

3,027 

4,725 

2,902 

1,322 

22,121 

8,078 

14 ,043 

147 

March * 1953 . 

22 

15 

2,731 

3,768 

2,281 

1,024 

17,837 

6,669 

11,168 

156 

June.. 

23 

17 

2,876 

4,633 

4,361 

1,472 

35,196 

9,507 

25,639 

232 

July (through the 27th) . 

22 

15 

770 

1,258 

1,162 

429 

9,21 2 

2,685 

6,527 

31 


PERSONNEL 
MILES 
(IN THOUS) 



Total .I 41 31 71,906 236,078 293,653 146,839 1,488,952 152,511 1,336,441 62,161 765,251 


September - 1950 a/. 24 22 494 2,76l 3,092 2,736 9,942 6,781 3,l6l 750 2,460 

December. 35 23 6,419 17,985 35,699 31/396 73,916 35,689 38,229 5,330 29,300 

March - 1951 . 59 47 7,906 23,401 34,007 25,022 108,354 28,501 79,853 6,350 60,300 

jane. 61 46 9,482 30,375 43,112 28,680 135,977 24,140 111,837 14,206 81,671 


September.I 60 46 8,706 31,162 32,209 12,649 199,086 12,439 186,647 7,305 111,574 


December.I 60 46 9,273 30,486 33,888 12,760 215,465 15,649 199,816 4,351 103,918 


March . 1952 . 60 46 8,381 30,251 31,427 10,365 209,666 6,584 203,082 3,800 116,296 

Jana. 60 47 7,549 30,308 34,822 9,831 232,316 6,758 225,558 8,354 113,553 

September. 51 39 7,433 23,644 27,092 7,901 178,137 7,808 170,329 8,106 87,702 

December. . . . .•. 29 22 3,497 10,436 10,042 2,353 72,304 3,923 68,381 2,098 27,631 


March - 1953.I 10 7 1,216 3,702 3,413 1,174 24,739 791 23,948 916 16,272 


Jane.I 9 7 1,085 2,308 3,208 1,122 20,284 1,743 18,541 362 11,020 


...| 7 I I -L f A., J-LI, _L JUC U.,V£U 

July (through the 27th).I 13 10 465 1,259 1,642 848 8,764 1,705 7,059 233 3,554 





















































































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QUARTER ENDING 

AVERAGE 

POSSESSED 

AVERAGE 

COMBAT 

READY 

TOTAL 

SORTIES 

FLYING 

HOURS 

TONS 

CARGO 

FREIGHT 

TOTAL 

PERSONNEL 

PATIENTS 

PASSENGERS 

TON 

MILES 

(in thous) 

PERSONNEL 
MILES 
(IN THOUS) 

Total . 






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79 

46 

41,367 

123,379 

151,176 

129,375 

188,321 ■ 

. 

188,321 

45,462 

57,688 

September - 1950 a j . 

75 

41 

606 


3,891 

3,555 

2,988 

. 

2,988 

1,120 

392 

December.. 

66 

46 

6,988 


37,120 

31,877 

19,942 


19,912 

6,050 

3,180 

March - 1951 . 

86 

58 

3,889 

13,066 

18,162 

16,912 

11,110 

_ 

n,iio 

1,700 

2,350 

June .. . 

81 

44 

3,231 

9,739 

12,147 

11,671 

3,171 

- 

3,171 

3,755 

1,314 

September. 

79 

59 

2,624 

11,014 

8,051 

6,769 

8,038 

- 

8,038 

2,120 

1,716 

December . 

7l* 

49 

2,660 

9,176 

8,551 

7,099 

1,721 

- 

1,721 

3,132 

2,194 

March - 1952 . 

67 

24 

1,822 

4,992 

5,3* 

1,973 

3,199 

_ 

3,199 

1,825 

1,124 

June... 

67 

34 

2,143 

5,894 

5,589 

5,093 

3,725 

- 

3,725 

2,631 

2,490 

September . . 

71 

27 

'1,438 

3,699 

5,003 

3,937 

9,117 

- 

9,117 

1,763 

2,968 

December .............. 

81 

48 

4,717 

10,980 

11,752 

9,210 

19,270 

- 

49,270 

5,988 

14,371 

March - 1953 . 

02 

47 

5,558 

11,957 

15,112 

7,926 

64,146 


64,146 

5,123 

19,929 

June . 

84 

59 

4,114 

11,424 

11,831 

11,267 

5,031 


5,031 

l,5l3 

1,347 

July (through the 27th) . 

9° 

6l 

1,577 

5,464 

5,625 

5,286 

3,260 

- 

3,260 

2,712 

1,313 







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Total.. . . 

9 

5 

4,575 

16,686 

55,618 

19,692 

330,132 

10,888 

319,244 

11,111 

222,697 

September - 1951 £/• . 

_ 

_ 

4 

16 

55 

50 

56 

- 

56 

22 

12 

December .............. 

- 

- 

21 

62 

289 

232 

566 

348 

218 

91 

55 

March - 1952 . 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

June... 

_ 

• 

- 

- 

- 

• 

- 

- 

- 


- 

September.. 

16 

6 

365 

1,422 

3,397 

1,817 

14,526 

762 

13,764 


7,333 

December . 

25 

14 

1,093 

4,411 

12,713 

1,002 

80,382 

2,507 

77,875 

XUS 

51,956 

March - 1953 . 

25 

14 

1,424 

5,055 

18,501 

6,021 

111,680 

746 

110,934 

4,480 

76,608 

June... 

25 

17 

1,423 

4,851 

17,653 


108,460 

2,336 

106,124 

4,350 

78,394 

July (through the 27th). 

24 

10 

245 

869 

2,977 


14,462 

4,189 

10,273 

969 

8,339 


a/ 315th Air Division began Combat Cargo Derations, 10 September 1950. 


b j C-12U type aircraft began operations September 1951- 

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MONTH 

DEPARTURES 

TONNAGE / 

PASSENGERS 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CARRIER 

CONTRACT 

CARRIER 

UNITED 
NATIONS _ 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CARRIER 

CONTRACT 

CARRIER 

UNITED 

NATIONS 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 
| CARRIER 

CONTRACT 

CARRIER 

UNITED 

NATIONS 






] 

PACIFIC 

; AREA 






FISCAL YEAR 19£1 - Total . . 

5,910 

1,994 

3,500 

416 

31 , 096.8 

11 , 586.0 

17 , 676.7 

1 , 834.1 

91,764 

27,040 

57,305 

7,419 

June through August 1950. 

650 

347 

471 

32 

4 , 660.7 

1 , 964.9 

2,489.6 

206.2 

21,786 

9,560 

11,192 

1,034 

September . . ... 

616 

276 

308 

34 

3 , 305.4 

1 , 499.0 

1 , 626.6 

■ 179.8 

13,011 

5,229 

7,040 

742 

October . 

551 

252 

261 

38 

2,716.6 

.■ 1 , 261.9 

1,217.4 

177.3 

10,536 

3,417 

6,272 

847 

November. ... 

4oi 

218 

145 

38 

1 , 869.9 

; 1 , 059.9 

643.3 

166.7 

6,119 

2,829 

2,580 

710 

December. . 

1*60 

178 

269 

33 

2,599.9 

| 1,202.1 

1,231.5 

166.3 

6,118 

2,045 

3,593 

480 

January * 1951• . 

566 

171 

364 

31 

3 , 003.9 

1 , 063.8 

1,748.7 

171.4 

6,785 

1,294 

4,862 

629 

February. . 

520 

101 

376 

43 

2,544.4 

533.6 

1,851.5 

159.3 

5,657 

464 

4,572 

621 

March . 

1*66 

89 

330 

47 

2,436.6 

590.1 

1,670.3 

176.2 

5,067 

1 527 

3,969 

571 

April . 

518 

124 

357 

37 

2,845.6 

851.1 

1,866.9 

127.6 

5,573 

233 

4,753 

587 

May. 

1*87 

134 

313 

LO 

2 , 628.2 

867.2 

1 , 616.4 

l^L.6 

5,271 

737 

4,009 

525 

June. 

1*53 

104 

306 

43 

2 , 485.6 

672.4 

1,654.5 

158 . 7 . 

5,841 

705 

4,463 

673 


TOKYO 














FISCAL YEAR 1951 - Total . . 





26,094.0 

0,046.4 

16,222-3 

1 , 825.3 

76,864 

19,062 

50,383 

7,419 

June through August 1950. 





4,079-7 

1,467-5 

2,406.0 

206.2 

19,717 

7,758 

10,925 

1,034 

September . 





2,957.3 

1 , 161.6 

1,615-9 

179-8 

11,829 

4,067 

7,020 

742 

October . 

9 

s 

a 

1 

a 

2,435.9 

987.9 

1,270.7 

177.3 

msm 

2,467 

6,259 

847 

November. 

a 

3 

d 


1,632.4 

837.6 

632.4 

162.4 


2,116 

2,545 

710 

December. 

2 

9 

9 


2,237.3 

854.9 

1,220.6 

l6l.8 

■El 

725 

3,533 

480 


< 

5 


5 









January - 1951. '• . 

b 

g 


b 

2,539.6 

631.0 

1,737.2 

171.4 

5,652 

180 

4,835 

629 

February. 

| 

K 

§ 

ss 

1,986.0 

268.8 

1,557-9 

159.3 

4,343 

242 

3,480 

621 

March . 





1,839.6 

332.2 

1,331.2 

176.2 

3,339 

188 

2,580 

571 

April . 





2,178.5 

434.5 i 

l,6l6.4 

127.6 

3,753 

184 

2,982 

587 

May.. 





2,091.3 

559.2 , 

1,387-5 

144.6 

3,835 

548 

2,762 

525 

June . 





2,116.4 

511.2 i 

1,446.5 

158.7 

4,714 

579 

3,462 

673 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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DEPARTURES 

TONNAGE 

PASSENGERS 

MONTH 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CONTRACT 

UNITED 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CONTRACT 

UNITED 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CONTRACT 

UNITED 


CARRIER 

CARRIER 

NATIONS 

PESS1 

CARRIER 

NATIONS 

CARRIER 

CARRIER 

NATIONS 







A C I F I 

C AREA 






FISCAL YEAR 1952 - Total. . 

5,678 

1,1*00 

3,805 

473 

28,1*89.9 

7.649.1 

18 , 958.4 

1 , 682.4 

70,331 


1*9,601 

7,089 

July - 1951. 

447 

99 

303 

1*5 

2,508.5 


1 , 609.4 

167.0 

5,292 ' 

439 

4,319 

534 

August . 

1*22 

67 

310 

1*5 

2,392-2 


1 , 691.1 ■ 

169.8 

6,149 

571 

4,973 

605 

September.. 

444 

63 

31*0 

41 

2,281.7 


1 , 729.0 

142.2 

5,801 

98 

5,108 

595 

October... 

539 

118 

380 

1*1 

3 , 013 . 1 * 

888.5 

1 , 975.5 

149.4 

6,706 

801 

5,420 

485 

November . 

1*86 

58 

389 

39 

2,1*41.5 

376.2 

1 , 927.9 

137.4 

5,572 

253 

4,746 

568 

December . . . 

1*96 

95 

362 

39 

2,334.7 

462.5 

1 , 732.5 

139.7 

4,339 

266 

3,552 

519 

January - 1952 . 

1*95 

158 

296 

41 

2 , 183.9 

71 B.O 

1 , 327.9 

138.0 

5,047 

1,593 

2,946 

508 

February . 

I*7U 

ll*5 

291 

38 

2,224.6 

708.2 

1 , 380.2 

136.2 

5,554 

1,564 

• 3,485 

505 

March... 

505 

178 

288 

39 

2,423.3 

844.1 

1 , 438.5 

140.7 

6,737 

2,383 

3,728 

626 

April. 

1*80 

153 

289 

38 

2 , 274.7 

751.1 

1 , 389.7 

133-9 

6,756 

1,914 

3,930 

912 

Kay. 

1*80 

162 

279 

39 

2,240.0 

819.1 

1 , 282.2 

138.7 

6,379 

2,205 

3,401 

693 

June.. 

1*10 

. 

101 * 

278 

28 

2 , 171.4 

607.5 

1 , 474.5 

89.4 

5,999 

1,547 

3,913 

539 







T 0 K 

Y 0 






FISCAL YEAR 1952 - Total. . 





23 , 085.3 

4 , 497.5 

16 , 909.8 

1 , 678.0 

53,903 

4,756 

42,058 

7,089 

July - 1951. 





2 , 007.3 

533.3 

1,307.0 

167.0 

4,117 

389 

3,194 

534 

August. 





1 , 952.7 

375.1 

1,407.8 

169.8 

4,919 

336 

3,978 

605 

September. 


1 


1 

1 , 876.7 

285.0 

1,449.5 

142.2 

4,698 

17 

4,086 

595 

October... 

i 

1 

2 , 492.5 

685.5 

1 , 657.6 

149.4 

5,265 

571 

4,209 

485 

November . 

§ 

R 

R 

5 

2 , 101.7 

266.9 

1,697.4 

137.4 

4,565 

6 

3,991 

568 

December ... . 


5 


% 

1 , 870.5 

304.1 

1,427.9 

138.5 

2,689 

59 

2,3H 

519 

January - 1952 .. 

s 

8 

8 

1 

1 , 818.0 

394.3 

1,287.6 

136.1 

3,769 

395 

2,866 

508 

February . 



sz 


1 , 794.1 

370.5 

1,288.7 

134.9 

4,315 

568 

3,242 

505 

March... 





1 , 932.5 

387.6 

1,404,2 

140.7 

5,188 

929 

3,633 

626 

April. 





1 , 826.6 

365.8 

1 , 326.9 

133.9 

5,160 

664 

3,584 

912 

May. 





1 , 794.4 

399.4 

1 , 256.3 

138.7 

4,888 

812 

3,383 

693 

June.. 





1 , 618.3 

130.0 

1 , 398.9 

89.4 

4,130 

10 

3,581 

539 


Source* Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCs/C. 


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TABLE 5B - MATS OPERATIONS FROM U S (McCHORD AND TRAVIS) TO PACIFIC AREA, INCLUDING TOKYO- FISCAL YEAR 1953 THROUGH 27 JULY 1953 


e 



DEPARTURES 

TONNAGE 

PASSENGERS 

MONTH 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CARRIER 

CONTRACT 

CARRIER 

UNITED 

NATIONS 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CARRIER 

CONTRACT 

CARRIER 

UNITED 

NATIONS 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

CARRIER 

CONTRACT 

CARRIER 

UNITED 

NATION 







PAC IPI 

C AREA 






FY 1953 and July - Total- . 

5 , Bill 

1,907 

3,601 

306 

28 , 785.8 

9 , 851.2 

17 , 945.5 

989.1 

77,764 

23,886 

47,347 

6,531 

July - 1952. 

1*61 

154 

280 

27 

2 , 450.7 

886.2 

1 , 476.9 

87.6 

6,628 

2,658 

3,427 

543 

August . 

461 

156 

280 

25 

2,384.9 

848.4 

1,460.1 

76.4 

6,615 

2,624 

3,447 

5kU 


464 

173 

266 

25 

2,293-8 

856.0 

1,360.6 

77.2 

6,015 

2,072 

3,467 

476 

October. 

490 

165 

282 

23 

2,419.8 

1,029-0 

1,318.9 

71-9 

6,524 

1,097 

k,lkk 

483 

November . 

473 

146 

303 

24 

2,214.5 

675.8 

1,466.7 

72.0 

5,807 

1,416 

3,848 

543 

December . 

481 

153 

301 

27 

2,128.9 

719.8 

1,324.3 

84.8 

5,378 

1,484 

3,342 

552 

January - 1953 . 

467 

143 

301 

23 

2,034.0 

644.8 

1,323.8 

65.^ 

5,422 

l,M*4 

3,587 

391 

February . 

460 

155 

285 

20 

2,316.3 

759-2 

1,497.0 

60.1 

6,603 

2,320 

3,921 

362 

March. 

432 

125 

279 

28 

2,033.2 

523.4 

1,419.6 

90.2 

5,182 

1,118 

3,430 

634 

April. 

426 

126 

279 

21 

2,084.4 

.612.8 

1,395-6 

76.0 

5,582 

1,409 

3,658 

515 

May. 

4o6 

146 

238 

22 

2,142.8 

888.4 

1,176.0 

78.4 

6,082 

1,940 

3,638 

504 

June. 

393 

117 

256 

20 

2 , 068.7 

640.7 

1,356.6 

71.4 

5,762 

1,579 

3,760 

423 

July (through the 27th). 

400 

128 

251 

21 

2 , 213.8 

766.7 

1,369.4 

77.7 

6,l64 

1,925 

3,678 

561 


TOKYO 

FY 1953 and July - Total. . 





21 , 774.7 

3,582.0 

17,203-6 

989.1 

56,422 

5,714 

44,177 

6,531 

July - 1952. 





1 , 974.4 

445.8 

1,441.0 

87.6 

5,164 

1,325 

3,296 

543 

August. 





1,645.3 

142.6 

1,426.3 

76.4 

4,134 

234 

3,356 


September.. - . . 





1,604.2 

192.2 

1,334.8 

77.2 

4,070 

190 

3,4o4 

476 

October... 

1 

a 

| 

a 

1,787.9 

433.0 

1,283.0 

71.9 

5,153 

593 

4,077 

483 

November . . . : . 

H 


H 

3 

1,733.4 

238.2 

1,423.2 

72.0 

4,501 

323 

3,635 

543 

December.. 

§ 


§ 

3 

1,597.9 

266.2 

1,246.9 

84.8 

3,947 

310 

3,085 

552 


5 

% 

§ 

3 









January - 1953 . 




fc 

1,601.4 

236.8 

1 , 299.2 

65-4 

4,003 

126 

3,486 

391 

February . 

ss 

vs 

2 

ss 

1,853.0 

387.6 

1,405.3 

60.1 

5,070 

1,311 

3,397 

362 

March. 





1,499-3 

91.4 

1,317.7 

90.2 

3,719 

is 

3,067 

634 

April. 





1 , 620.5 

225.0 

1,319.5 

76.0 

4,176 

244 

3,417 

515 

May.. 





1,667.2 

452.8 

1,136.0 

78.4 

4,496 

546 

3,446 

504 

June ....... . 





1,548.6 

211.7 

1,265.5 

71.4 

3,811 

166 

3,222 

423 

July (through the 27th). .... 





1,641.6 

258.7 

1,305.2 

77.7 

4,178 

328 

3,289 

561 


Source: Operation. Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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85 


TABLE 59 - ENGINES REMOVED AND AVERAGE HOURS FLOWN ON SELECTED AIRCRAFT IN FEAF- 

26 JUNE 1950 THROUGH 31 JULY 1953 

(Average hours flown represents average hours flown on engines since manufacture or last major overhaul.) 


TYPE OF 

FY - 

(26 June 1950 

51 

- 30 June 1951) 



FY 

(1 July 1952 

- 53 

- 31 July 1953) 

engine AND 
aircraft 

No. of 

Engines 

Removed 

Average 

Hours 

Flown 

No. of 

Engines 

Removed 

Average 

Hours 

Flown 

NO. Of 

Engines 

Removed 

Average 

Hours 

Flown t 

B-26 

R-2800-71 

10 

439 





H-2000-79 

2 d 

674 

274 

625 

325 

539 

B -29 



362 




R-3350-57AM 

37 

3^0 

293 

573 

312 

R-3350-57M 

1,117 

309 

926 

310 

606 

301 

S-3350-83 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

5 

192 

C-46 







R-2800-75 

133 

610 

196 

783 

197 

764 

C-U 7 






941 

R-1830-90 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

2 

R-1830-90D 

156 

705 

246 

649 

176 

702 

R-1830-92 

39 - 

769 

96 

607 

89 

740 

C-54 

R-2000-9 

153 

759 

158 

804 

35 

849 

R-2000-11 

398 

6l4 

594 

701 

213 

621 

£-119/12*1 







rJ» 36 o- 20 a/b 

43 

486 

26 

575 

11 

675 

RJt360-20H/MA 

90 

459 

91 

624 

219 

703 

F-51D 







V-1650-3 

4 

346 

LL 

246 

1 

37 

V-1S50-7 

291 

198 

330 

171 

224 

167 

V-1650-9D 

7 

235 

- 

- 


~ 

r- 80 , RF -80 







J33-A-9B 

10 

137 

19 

104 

35 

77 

J33-GE-11B 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8 

231 

J33-A-17 

18 

185 

19 

101 

- 

- 

J33-A-17A 

15 

156 

**7 

99 

15 

61 

J33-A-17B 

- 

- 

15 

8l 

1 

33 

J33-A-2L/A 

7 

1<< 5 

46 

113 

40 

■ 87 

J33-A-23 

632 

152 

445 

238 

167 

327 

J33-A-35 

292 

214 

6ll 

257 

335 

275 

F-82 







V-1710-143 

34 

295 

13 

237 

. 

_ 

V-1710-l 1 *5 

38 

266 

19 

289 

- 

- 

f-84k 







J35-A-17A 

301 

116 

412 

108 

19 

122 

J35-A-17B 

2 

3 1 * 

1,018 

108 

722 

99 

J35-A-29 


- 

* 

- 

792 

115 

F-86 a/e/D/S 







J47-GE-7 

1 

135 

29 

53 

24 

94 

Jl»7-GE-13 

107 

101 

589 

99 

760 

126 

F-86F 







JU 7 -GE -27 

- 

- 

- 

- 

341 

104 

F-94 







J33-A-33 

2 1 

1*0 

94 

160 

179 

296 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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CONFIDENTIAL 


TABl-E 60 - FEAF FLYING ACCIDENTS SY TYPE ACCIDENT AND CAUSE FACTORS, BY QUARTER - JULY 1950 THROUGH JULY 1953 


(Figures In this table are corrected totals and differ sllghly from Type, Model breakdown shown In Table 6l, Page 87 , for which corrected data not available.) 


TYPE ACCIDENT AND CAUSE 

TOTAL 

JUL-SEP 

1950 

OCT-DEC 
1950 

JAN-MAR 
1951 

APR-JUN 

1951 

JlfL-SE 0 

1951 

OCT-DEC 
1951 

JAN-MAR 
1952 

APR-JUN 

1952 

JUL-SEP 

1952 

OCT-DEC 
1952 

JAN-MAR 

1953 

APR-JUN 
| 1953 

JUL 

1953 

Total Accidents.. 

n/a 

88 

184 

192 

192 

204 

153 

l6l 

172 

158 

147 

124 

154 

n/a 

Total Flying Hours.. 

3,164,763 

161,969 

226,951 

245,131 

272,295 

256,914 

264,389 

256,786 

283,891 

265,317 

274,079 

256,665 

290,062 

90,114 

Number Major Accidents. 

1,579 

76 

168 

l6l 

155 

174 

120 ' 

122 

126 

122 1 

no 

94 

no 

41 

Rate. 

50 

U2 

74 

66 

57 

68 

45 

48 

44 

46 

4o 

37 

38 

60 

Number Aircraft Destroyed . 

n/a 

49 

105 

71 

61 

76 

581 

59 

46 

50 

43 

57 

53 

N/A 

Rate. 

n/a 

27 

46 

29 

22 

30 

22 

23 

16 

19 

16 

22 

18 

n/a 

Number Fatal Accidents. .......... 

n/a 

18 

24 

28 

23 

24 

19 

21 

23 

22 

24 

22 

23 I 

n/a 

Rate.*. 

n/a 

10 

11 

11 

8 

9 


8 

8 

8 

9 

9 

8 

n/a 

Fatalities... 

984 

95 

49 

59 

51 

86 

Eg 

84 

55 ' 

74 

138 ' 

38 

171 

25 

Producing Factors - Major Accidents 

Cause Factors 















Pilot Error.. 

720 

34 

58 

73 

74 

82 


53 

60 

64 

55 

48 

43 

24 

Other Air Crew Error. . 

15 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 


2 

1 

2 

1 

- 

1 

_ 

Supervision Error . 

156 

7 

10 

11 

6 

17 

il&lifeX'J 

19 

23 

15 

26 

1 

2 

4 

Maintenance Error . 

125 

5 

9 

9 

10 

10 


16 

14 

15 

10 

3 

7 

2 

Material Failure. 

592 

24 

52 

51 

73 

72 

60 1 

43 

47 

56 

39 

25 

37 

13 

Airbase and Airways . 

193 

1* 

13 

20 

39 

35 

91 

20 

14 

is 

14 

. 

4 

3 

Undetermined... 

149 

9 

12 

23 

7 

15 

10 , 

14 

12 

5 

n 

16 

15 


Other ...»... 

80 

2 

13 

7 

£ 

6 

9 

U 

8 

4 

5 

1 

1 

7 

Involved Factors 















Fire Before Crash . 

n/a 

3 

10 

6 

9 

5 

12 

9 

6 

11 

7 ! 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Fire After Crash. 

n/a 

8 

10 

14 

20 

16 

28 

is 

23 

21 

25 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Weather ................ 

n/a 

u 

27 

24 

27 

36 

17 

16 

16 

22 

21 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Non-Compliance w/TO . 

n/a 

4 

1 

3 

2 

2 

3 

- 

- 

5 

1 

N/A 

n/a 

n/a 

Violations.. 

n/a 

6 

13 

7 

6 

6 

6 

5 

16 

7 

20 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Forced Landing... 

n/a 

10 

13 

18 

21 

21 

16 

16 

16 

17 

10 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

Out of Fuel.. . 

n/a 


6 

6 

1 

3 

3 

7 

1 

2 

3 

n/a 

N/a 

n/a' 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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87 


TABLE €1 - TOTAL FEAF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS AND ACCIDENT RATES, BY TYPE MODEL - 
1 JULY 1950 THROUGH 31 JULY 1953 


(Rates are expressed In Accidents per 100,000 hours.) 


TYPE 

MODEL 

i MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

FATALITIES 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

FATALITIES 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

8 

§ 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

FATALITIES 

_soJ 

RATE 





1 

E3 

RATE 




TOTAL 


JUL 

- SEP 50 



OCT 

- DEC 56 



JAN 

- MAR 51 


Total . 

NB9 

m 



76 

m 

47 

91 

IBI 

74 

105 

49 

m 

91 

§7 


a -16 . . . 

11 

n/a 



- 

m 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


2 

124 

K9 

- 

B-17 - ■ • 

7 

29 



2 

53 

1 

_ 

3 

74 




- 


- 

B-26 . . . 

15 1 * 

48 



u 

26 

1 

1 

13 

49 

9 


16 

63 

8 

17 

B-29 . . . 

63 

27 



7 

18 

3 

17 

9 

30 

3 

10 

3 

10 

2 

15 

b-45 - . . 

1 

n/a 



- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

C-45 . . . 

14 

36 



1 

27 

91 

_ 

1 

30 

_ 

- 


62 

2 

3 

C-46 . . . 

62 

28 



3 

40 


- 

8 

54 

1 

- 


69 

5 

5 

c-l*7 • • ■ 

68 

15 

w 

S3 

4 

23 


25 

7 

30 

6 

9 

6 

25 

3 

2 

c-54 . . . 

25 

10 

•J 

a 

2 

18 

2 

34 

4 

20 

3 

3 

6 

25 

3 

4 

C-119- • • 

46 

30 

p=i 

to 

2 

44 

3 

4 

6 

26 

2 

3 

6 

45 

1 

1 

c-124. • . 

4 

10 

< 

< 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

F-51 . . - 

192 

112 


1-4 

15 

58 

9 

_ 

39 

162 

26 

4 

15 

63 

10 

2 

f-8o(t-33) 

374 

115 


H 

22 

62 

14 

6 

54 

142 

36 

14 

60 

135 

22 

7 

F-82 . . . 

19 

124 



3 

97 

2 

2 

5 

177 

4 

4 

4 

149 

2 

1 

F-84 . . . 

192 

71 



- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

207 

3 

- 

7 

51 

1 

- 

F-86 . . . 

163 

97 



- 

- 

- 


4 

673 

1 

- 

5 

91 

2 

- 

F-94 . . . 

58 

96 


E-» 

“ 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H-5- . . . 

, 2k 

190 

O 

O 

1 

165 

1 

- 

2 

230 

2 

- 

1 

63 

1 

- 

H-19 - - • 

9 

160 

SB 

to 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1-5. .. . 

26 

46l 



2 

222 

1 

_ 

1 

71 

1 

- 

2 

188 

1 

- 

1-17 . . . 

1 

n/a 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-20 . . . 

5 

53 



- 

- 

’ 

- 

- 

“ 

- 


- 

_ 

- 

- 

t-6. . . . 

71 

4o 



8 

56 

4 

2 

6 

37 

6 

_ 

8 

55 

3 

2 

T-7. . . . 

10 

67 




- 

- 

- 

1 

535 

1 

- 


| 

- 

- 

Non-USAF . 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


' - 

- 

- 


- 

- 




















APR 

- JUN 51 


JUL 

- SEP 51 


OCT 

- DEC 51 



JAN 

- MAR 52 


Total . 

154 

m 

59 

51 

ESI 

68 

76 

86 

129 

49 

mm. 

59 

BIB 

m 

59 

84 

A-16 . . . 

1 

57 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

S3 

- 

2 

so 

- 

- 

B-17 . . • 

1 

27 

1 


.. 




1 

34 


- 


_ 

_ 

. 

B-26 . . . 

15 

42 

5 

2 

23 

61 

8 

10 

15 

45 

4 

4 

7 

22 

2 

3 

B-29 . • • 

6 

25 

3 

4 

Sji 

8 

2 

28 

8 

35 

6 

28 

9 

37 

7 

48 

B-45 . . . 

- 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


c-45 . . . 

_ 


_ 

. 


35 

, 


1 

36 


- 

1 

33 

- 

- 

c-46 . . . 

3 

16 

2 

- 


72 

4 

14 

- 

- 


- 

4 

17 

2 

- 

C-U7 - • • 

2 

■11 

1 

- 


25 

5 


3 

9 


6 

1 

3 

- 

- 

C-54 . . . 

■ 

B] 


- 


6 

- 


1 

3 


- 

1 

3 

- 

- 

C-119. . . 

n 


3 

10 

3 

29 

1 

'iM 

3 

23 


4 

2 

■ 27 

1 

3 

C-124.' . . 

MS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

Ml 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-51 . - . 


67 

5 


27 

139 

12 

2 

29 

144 

13 

2 

14 

92 

5 

- 

F-60(t-33) 


151 

24 

28 

43 

167 

14 

9 

23 

92 

10 

12 

19 

89 

8 

5 

F-62 . . . 

2 

97 

_ 

- 

3 

157 

1 

jm 

2 

105 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

r-8U . . . 

9 

60 

4 

3 

22 

107 

16 


22 

83 

16 

3 

31 

131 

21 

21 

F-86 . . . 

12 

139 

5 

2 

11 

174 

5 


9 

109 

5 

- 

17 

125 

10 

4 

F-94 . . . 

2 

271 

1 

2 

2 

256 

- 


1 

46 

- 

- 


119 

2 

- 

H-5. • • • 

1 

78 

1 


3 

173 

2 

sSH 

4 

26c 

3 

- 

Kg 

310 

1 

- 

H-19 . . • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


1 

1,887 


* 

■ 

- 

* 

- 

L-5. . • . 

4 

279 

3 

* 

5 

495 

3 


1 

50 


- 

2 

91 

- 

- 

L-17 . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



1 

- 

9S 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-20 . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



- 

- 


- 

- 


- 

- 

T-6. . . . 

7 

4l 

1 

_ 

7 

51 

issfl 

2 

4 

31 


- 

3 

24 

- 

- 

T-7. . • ■ 

1 

129 

- 

- 

- 

- 

m 


- 



- 


“ 

“ 

- 

Non-USAF . 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

■ 

■ 

- 

- 

■ 

" 



* 

■ 


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TABLE 61 - TOTAL FEA F AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS AND ACCIDENT RATES, BY TYPE MOO EL 
I JULY 1950 THROUGH 31 JULY 1953- Ccmctinukd 


TYPE 

MODEL 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

FATALITIES 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

FATALITIES 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

NO. 

DESTROYED 

FATALITIES 

NO. 

RATE 

NO. 

RATE 

NO. 

RATE 



APR 

- JUN 52 



JUL 

- SEP 52 



OCT 

- DEC 52 


Total. . 

127 

45 

47 

56 

122 

46 

50 

74 

109 

40 

45 

137 

A-16. . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

27 

- 

- 

2 

51 

- 

* 

B-17- . . . 

„ 

- 

_ 

_ 

j 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

b-z6. . . . 

16 

44 

6 

12 

5 

15 

1 

4 

l4 

40 

5 

5 

B- 29 . ■ ■ - 

6 

2 k 

k 

10 

7 

26 

5 

4l 

2 

7 

2 

21 

B-l*5- • • • 

1 

495 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

C-45. . . . 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

3 

91 

1 


1 

27 

- 

- 

C-46. . . . 

5 

23 

1 

k 

4 

20 

1 

- 

5 

26 

2 

36 

C-47. • • ■ 

2 

7 

1 

6 

3 

10 

2 

- 

5 

21 

1 

- 

C-54. . . . 

2 

6 

- 


2 

8 

- 

- 

2 

17 

- 

- 

C-119 . . . 

5 

54 

1 

k 

5 

66 

2 

8 

3 

21 

2 

44 

C-124 . . . 

- 


- 

- 

, 1 

30 

- 


- 

- 

- 

* 

F-51. . . . 

23 

142 

9 

k 

9 

74 

1+ 

2 

4 

36 

2 

- 

F-BO(t-33). 

17 

65 

k 

2 

20 

88 

6 

1 

16 

62 

6 

2 

F-82. . . . 

. 

- 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-84. . . . 

10 

43 

4 

k 

is 

71 

15 

9 

22 

67 

11 

8 

F-86. . . . 

13 

62 

6 

1 

15 

94 

6 

2 

16 

84 

9 

4 

r-94. . . . 

9 

no 

5 

6 

11 

119 

1 

1 

8 

83 

4 

4 

H-5 . . • • 

2 

137 

1 

_ 

2 

162 


_ 

1 

90 

_ 

- 

H- 19 * ■ . • 

1 

234 

" 

- 

It 

503 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-5 . . . . 

3 

120 

1 

_ 

2- 

136 

1 

- 

3 

301 

- 

- 

L-TO . . . 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-20. . . . 

- 

* 

- 

- 

2 

131 

1 

1 

- 


- 

- 

T-6 .... 

9 

53 

2 

_ 

6 

36 

1 

_ 

4 

22 

. 

- 

T-7 . • • • 

3 

186 

- 

- 

2 

126 

1 

4 

1 

49 

- 

- 

Non-USAF. . 

- 

- 

1 

1 


- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

13 



JAN 

- MAH 53 



APR 

- JUN 53 


JULY 1953 

Total. . 


31 

57 

38 

no 

3§ 

53 

TO 

_41 

60 



a- 16 . . . . 

2 

68 

2 

7 

1 

.26 

1 

- 

- 




B-17- . . . 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

* 

_ 

m 




b- 26 . . . . 

9 

20 

3 

5 

13 

37 

2 

2 


37 



b-29- . . . 

2 

7 

2 

3 

1 

3 

- 

- 


n 



b-45. ■ • • 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

* 


in 

- 



c-45. . . . 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

1 

2 k 

_ 

- 

2 

N/A 



C-46. . . . 

3 

16 

- 

- 

k 

20 

1 

- 

2 

30 



C-47. . . . 

2 

9 

- 

- 

2 

8 

- 

- 

2 

24 

w 

w 

C-54. . . . 

- 

» 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 



C-119 . . . 

2 

13 

1 

- 

k 

21 

1 

7 


- 

s 

« 

C-124 . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

54 

1 

129 


- 

« 

< 

F-51. . . . 

1 

26 

2 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 


. 

J 

♦j 

f-0o(t-33). 

20 

78 

9 

3 

12 

47 

1+ 

4 


58 



F-82. . . . 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

- 

* 

- 


- 



F-84. . . . 

20 

56 

20 

7 

17 

1+2 

9 

6 

9 

67 



f-86. . . . 

17 

76 

10 

7 

35 

96 

23 

13 

9 

so 

< 


F-94. ■ • • 

8 

77 

5 

5 

7 

59 

4 

4 

5 

154 
















H-5 ... * 


84 

1 

1 

2 

171 

1 

- 


_ 

0 

0 

H-19. . . . 

■ 

' 

- 


3 

267 

2 

2 


' 



L-5 ... . 


120 

1 

_ 

_• 

_ 

- 

- 

9 




L-17. . . . 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 



L-20. . . . 


130 

- 

* 

- 1 

32 

1 

4 


- 



T-6 .... 


2 k 

1 

_ 

4 

21 

3 

_ 


24 



T-7 ... . 

9 

• 

- 

* 

- 

- 


- 

2 

N/A 



Non-USAF. . 

■ 

- 


- 


- 


- 

• 

- 




Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


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09 


TABLE 62 - USAF CREWS COMMITTED TO THE KOREAN WAR - JUL 1950 THROUGH JUL 1953 



F Y 19 5 1 



F T \l 9 5 3 


F Y 19 5 4 

Type and Model Aircraft 

31 jul 
{1950) 

30 Jun 

( 1951 ) 

30 Jun 

( 1952 ) 

30 Sep 
(1952) 

31 Dec 

31 Mar 

(1953) 

30 Jun 

31 Jhl 

(1953) 

TOTAL ... . 

797 

1.371 

1,566 

1.692 

1,662 

1,801 

1,940 

1,750 

Fighter - Total. 

U 98 

22 

650 

840 

824 

885 

1,02? 

' §76 

F-51. 

48 

118 

83 

117 

83 

1 

_ 

_ 

F-80. 

424 

209 

116 

138 

134 

55 

6 

4 

F-82. 

26 

9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


F-84. 

_ 

158 

194 

314 

306 

339 

450 

328 

F-06. 

- 

81 

221 

239 

266 

440 

514 

499 

F-94. 

- 

- 

36 

32 

45 

50 

53 

45 

Bombardment - Total. 

130 

233 

268 

262 

291 

317 

308 

££ 

B-26. 

49 

135 

166 

162 

191 

212 

207 

201 

B-29. 

Bl 

96 

102 

100 

100 

105 

101 

95 

ReconnaiflBance - Total . 

49 

124 

170 

12i 

l4o 

141 

171 

146 

RF-51. 

_ 

37 

55 

2 k 

15 

_ 

_ 

- 

RF-80. 

19 

24 

25 

42 

52 

53 

70 

57 

RF-86. 


- 

9 

4 

4 

3 

5 

6 

RB-17. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

RB -26 . 

- 

36 

51 

32 

37 

56 

48 

37 

KB-29. 

29 

12 

n 

11 

14 

12 

13 

\ 13 

RB-45 . 


2 

3 

2 



4 

4 

RB-50 . 

- 

- 

3 

3 



3 

4 

wb -26 . 

- 

- 


- 



15 

12 

WB-29. 

“ 

13 

13 

13 

13 

12 

13 

13 

Transport and Troop Carrier - Total 

71 

317 

327 

297 

266 

310 

279 

299 

C-45. 

6 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

C-46. 

7 

si 

65 

76 

70 

96 

91 

102 

C-47. 

32 

46 

62 

63 

52 

56 

50 

53 

C-54. 

26 

118 

123 

70 

29 

30 

24 

21 

c -119 . 

- 

72 

T7 

75 

80 

90 

86 

87 

C-124. 

- 



13 

35 

38 

28 

\ 36 

Rescue - Total . 

28 

32 


is 

40 

44 

52 

is 

H-5 . 

12 

15 


17 

10 

15 

20 

15 

H-19. 

- 

- 



13 

11 

10 

11 

sa-i6. 

_ 

8 

lU 


11 

11 

14 

9 

SB-17. 

16 

5 

- 



- 


- 

SB-29. 


4 

8 

8 


6 


6 

sc-47. 


" 

1 



1 

m 

2 

Tanker - Total . 


- 

9 



9 

8 

8 

KB-29. 


- 

9 

9 


9 

8 

8 

Other - Total. 

21 

90 

104 

108 

§1 

95 


82 

“■ " 



— 



1-5. 

_ 

1 

12 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

L-20. 

21 

86 

91 

15 

12 

13 


11 

T-6. 

- 

- 

- 

92 

72 

82 

83 

70 

vc-47. 

- 

2 

1 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

YE-19. 

“ 

1 


“ 

~ 

■ 

“ 

“ 


Source: Per*onnel Statistic# Division, DCS/Conptroller. Headquarter* USA7. 


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TABUE 63 — TACTICAL AIR CREW PERSONNEL RETIRED BY NUMBER OF SORTIES FLOWN AT 
COMPLETION OF TOUR OF DUTY - JAN 1951 THROUGH JUL 1953 


Crew Position By Type and 

Model of Aircraft 

■Total 

50 

and 

Belov 

51 

through 

60 

61 

through 

70 

71 

tbrouth 

80 

81 

-through 

90 

91 

.through 

100 

101 

through 

150 

Over 

150 

Retired - Total . 

15.069 

8,672 

2,633 

55 


310 

161 

737 


121 

Fighter - Total. 

2,220 

329 

6l 

73 

102 

151 

1,127 

19 

F-51 Pilot . 

■331 

30 

13 

8 

9 

25 

152 

90 

'4 

F 00 Pilot . 

659 

1+5 

7 

15 

17 

17 

115 

106 

7 

P-81 Pilot . 

616 

117 

lit 

18 

26 

30 

102 

309 

- 

F-86 Pilot . 

F-91 

512 

60 

18 

13 

21 

19 

55 

322 

1* 

Pilot. 

51 

39 

1 

5 

- 

6 

- 

* 

3 

Aircraft Observer Radar Interceptor. . 

18 

38 

2 

2 

- 

5 

“ 

■ 

1 

Bomber - Total . 

8,111 

5,370 

1,968 

687 

93 

13 

8 

2 

- 

B-26 - Total. 

2,790 

5W+ 

1,663 

509 

. 83 

10 

1 

- 

- 

Pilot. 

797 

135 

198 

117 

13 

U 

. 

- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator. 

631 

70 

128 

121 

15 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator Bombardier 

139 

58 

261 

101 

13 

- 


- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Radar Operator . . . 

11 

2 

5 

It 


- 



- 

Aircraft Observer Bombardier . 

71 

15 

17 

5 


- 


- 

- 

Turret Systems Mechanic Gunner .... 

792 

231 

108 

128 


6 


- 

- 

Aircraft Mechanic. . . . 

16 

33 

13 

- 


- 


■ 


B-29 - Total . 

5,351 

1,826 

305 

178 


3 

7 

2 

- 

pilot. 

935 

816 

71 

36 

6 

2 

3 

1 

- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator. 

112 

366 

27 

15 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

Aircraft Observer Bombardier . 

528 

171 

35 

19 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator Bombardier 

123 

91 

15 

l4 

2 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Radar Operator . . . 

322 

311 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Aircraft Radio Operator. 

556 

199 

37 

17 

2 

1 

- 

* 


Turret Systems Mechanic Gunner .... 

l,98l 

1,821 

86 

63 

11 

- 

- 

- 


Flight Engineer Technician ...... 

191 

II 5 

26 

11 

6 

- 

- 

- 


Aerial Photographer. 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 


" 

■ 


Reconnaissance - Total . 

1,370 

521 

106 

139 

20 

31 

88 

161 

1 

RF -51 Pilot. 

122 

1 

2 

3. 

It 

9 

15 

51 

1 

rf- 80 Pilot. 

116 

13 

- 

3 

1 

7 

30 

92 

- 

RB-26 - Total. 

689 

131 

382 

130 

15 

15 

12 

1 

• 

Pilot.. . 

193 

29 

108 

36 

■ 6 

5 

9 

- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator. 

225 

51 

113 

25 

5 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator Bombardier 

201 

38 

99 

51 

1 

9 

3 

- 

- 

. Weather Officer Reconnaissance .... 

9 

1 

1 

5 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Senior Aircraft Radio Operator .... 

19 

11 

29 

8 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

Air Traffic Control Technician .... 

3 

- 

- 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Meteorological Technician. 

6 

k 

2 

- 

- 


" 

" 

“ 

RB-29 - Total. 

113 

370 

22 

2 

- 


1 


- 

Pilot. 

71 

68 

U 

1 

. 


- 


- 

Aircraft Observer Navigator. 

4l 

38 

3 

- 

- 


- 


- 

Aircraft Observer Radar Operator . . . 

33 

31 

1 

1 

- 


- 


- 

Aircraft Observer Bombardier . 

k 

It 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

Flight Engineer. .... . 

3 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 


* 

Electronic Countermeasure Officer, . . 

9 

9 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

Flight Engineer Technician . 

36 

30 

2 

- 

- 


- 

3H9 

- 

Aircraft Radio Operator. 

36 

31 

1 


- 


- 


- 

Turret Systems Mechanic Gunner .... 

126 

118 

7 

1 

- 


- 


- 

Aerial Photographer. 

15 

31 

3 

- 

- 


- 

0 

- 

Aerial Photographer Technician .... 

6 

5 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

~ 

Other Reconnaissance - Total . 

325 

203 

16 

u 

10 

2 

1 

11 * 

8 

-- 




* 





Transports - Total. 


1,899 

112 

§2 

101 

271 

— 

3tl 

71 

Other - Total. 

817 

350 

16 

25 

liO 

1*2 

83 

209 

22 











Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS/Cooptroller, Headquarters USAF. 


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TABLE 64 - CREW PERSONNEL RETIRED FROM 


(Bracketed inclosure8 indicate combined figure6 


T“| 



Fighter 





F 

- 94 

Bombard- 

B - 

29 


Date 


F-51 

F-80 

F-84 




sent 





Total 






c 

a 







Pilot 


Total 

Pilot 

Other 



15,8l*lt 

2,188 

331 

645 

528 

512 

52 

50 

8,147 

941 

4.416 




2 

Last Balf FT 1951 












3 

January (1951) . 

( ) 

29 

12 

17 


- 

- 

- 

( 



4 

5 

February . 

March. 

[ 653> 

30 

49 

5 

14 

25 

35 

_ 

“ 

” 

_ 

| 595 

131 

383 

6 

April. 

( ) 

76 

25 

51 

- 

- 

- 

- 

58 



7 

May. 

181* 

71 

28 

4l 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

e 

June . . . ... 

ll«0 

90 

11 

26 

53 

“ 

“ 

* 

32 


‘ 

.9 

n 1952 












10 

July (1951). 

( ) 

38 

19 

11 

4 

4 

- 

- 

( 



11 

August . 

l,0l4) 

33 

6 

23 

4 

- 

- 

- 

( 773 

79 

429 

12 

September. 

i ) 

36 

26 

9 

1 

* 

- 

- 

( 

26 

108 

13 

October. 

594 

35 

14 

10 

- 

11 

- 

- 

300 

14 

November . 

629 

58 

16 

11 

22 

9 

- 

- 

268 

31 

131 

15 

December . 

947 

105 

12 

52 

37 

2 

- 


516 

67 

309 

16 

January (1952). 

519 

76 

26 

11 

18 

20 

_ 


213 

24 

110 

17 

February . 

507 

114 

23 

45 

37 

9 

- 


184 

12 

76 

ie 

March. 

633 

97 

4 

17 

29 

47 

- 


247 

28 

152 

19 

April. 

467 

57 

5 

24 

is 

10 

- 


250 

31 

137 

20 

May. 

849 

69 

7 

16 

10 

36 

- 


343 

47 

212 

21 

June. 

391 

40 

_ 

U 

7 

22 

" 


181 

16 

121 

22 

FT 1953 












23 

July (1952). 

420 

53 

_ 

25 

10 

23 

- 


271 

20 

96 

24 

August . 

731 

106 

19 

29 

28 

23 

5 

2 

245 

l4 

135 

25 

September. 

628 

42 

£ 

0 

- 

21 

5 

2 

286 

4l 

199 

26 

October. 

895 

98 

n 

is 

28 

27 

5 

9 

407 

51 

224 

27 

November . 

555 

95 

13 

16 

27 

39 

- 


279 

28 

118 

28 

December . 

823 

124 

18 

21 

36 

25 

11 


348 

45 

197 

29 

January (1953) . 

600 

109 

n 

17 

51 

26 

4 


307 

34 

166 

30 

February . 

546 

74 


21 

28 

15 

3 

3 

218 

24 

126 

31 

March. 

709 

75 


22 

23 

18 

6 

6 

452 

54 

215 

32 

April. 

481 

70 


13 

38 

18 

- 


295 

29 

172 

33 

my . 

561 

95 


17 - 

28 

47 

2 


315 

34 

l66 

34 

June. 

568 

78 


2 

31 

32 

8 


390 

30 

186 

35 

July. 

600 

61 


1 

28 

28 

3 


374 

45 

246 


Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS/Ccnptroiler, Eq USAF. 


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COMF1 DENTIAL 


93 


FEAF - f JAN 1951 THROUGH JUL 1953 


for vhich breakdowns by month were not available.) 

















TT 

B - 

■ 26 



RP-80 

W-86 

RB ■ 

* 26 

RB - 

■ 29 

Other 

Tanker 

Trans- 

Rescue 

Other 

| 

Pilot 

Other 



Pilot 

Other 

* Pilot 

Other 

Pilot 

port 

s 

a 

121 

■ 

1,691 

122 

119 

2 

122 

( 

197 

71 

m . 

m 

152 

3,005 

310 


1 


) 


( ) 









1 

2 

3 

35 

46 

2i| 

- 

( 3 ) 

- 

\ 1 

- 

- 

17 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

4 

5 



) 

. 

} ) 

_ 

( 









6 

11 

15 

19 

2 

3 

- 

15 

29 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

Hi 

7 

19 

13 

8 

3 

2 



3 







10 

8 

I 


) 











) 

5 

9 

10 

89 

176 

85) 

8 

10 

“ 

[n 

53 

- 

- 

- 

- 

16 

j 

): 

16 

12 

11 

12 


U9 

55 

8 

8 

- 

7 

23 

- 

5 

1 

- 

177 

15 

12 

13 

|*3 

63 

55 

6 


- 

13 

22 

- 

- 

14 

- 

223 

24 

1 

14 

41 

99 

66 

11 


* 

5 

17 

2 

7 

20 

- 

233 

17 


15 

23 

56 

31 

6 

iH9 


8 

12 

1 

2 

1 

_ 

177 

8 


16 

23 

73 

35 

8 

3 

- 

1 

is 

- 

- 

2 

- 

150 



17 

19 

w 

108 

8 

6 

- 

11 

17 

7 

36 

23 

- 

149 



18 

17 

65 

61 

2 

6 

- 

5 

13 

1 

20 

11 

- 

83 


6 

19 

22 

62 

126 

8 


- 

13 

15 

8 

35 

12 

- 

286 


16. 

20 

- 

ii 

28 

- 



2 

13 

- 

9 

3 

' 

134 

8 

“ 

21 





■ 











22 

32 

123 

13 

9 


_ 

9 

is 

_ 


„ 

_ 

37 

i 

10 

23 

36 

60 

102 

8 

ms 

- 

15 

26 

5 

8 

29 

19 

204 

9 

4 6 

24 

1 

J+5 

86 

7 

9 

2 

6 

16 

1 

22 

20 

1*6 

156 

7 

5 

25 

31 

101 

91 

7 

7 

1 

9 

24 

7 

21 

15 

- 

261 

17 

21 

26 

19 

81 

50 

3 

1 

1 

1 

5 

3 ■ 

17 

16 

- 

100 

19 

12 

27 

36 

70 

109 

7 

10 


12 

33 

6 

23 

18 

- 

207 

30 

5 

28 

30 

77 

55 

2 

11 

1 

5 

10 

2 

12 

12 

25 

87 

14 

3 

29 

21 

47 

97 

3 


- 

7 

21 

6 

26 

32 

- 

133 

15 

9 

30 

37 

i46 

83 

6 


1 

8 

9 

3 

21 

26 

44 

28 

13 

14 

31 

31 

63 

67 

- 


1 

9 

19 

1 

11 

19 

- 

21 

19 

9 

32 

38 

77 

86 

. 


1 

12 

28 

6 

17 

9 

1 

3* 

9 

21 

33 

37 

137 

51 

- 

6 

1 

1 


1 

14 

12 

- 

42 

4 

3 

34 

29 

51 

40 


3 





16 

11 

17 

65 

1 

36 

7 

35 


308700 Q-54-8 


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■ 








Experience 

Index 








^pe and Model 

BS 









y 
















61 








141 


of Aircraft 



1 


21 

31 

41 

51 

71 

81 

91 

101 

111 

121 

131 

151 


Bfl 


thru 


thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

thru 

and 


1 

H 

10 

m 

30 

40 

50 

'60 

70 

80 

90 

100 

110 

120 

130 

140 

150 

Orer 

Total . . . 

7,081 

2§4 

706 

m 

132 

625 

lii 

438 

528 

■ 

J46 




SS 

SI 

n 

412 

COMMITTED - TOTAL 

^,817 

638 

626 

746 

647 

565 

625 

Hi 

290 

301 

314 

194 

Si 

22 

22 

23 

30 

218 

Fighter - Total 


i 

82 

77 

n 

Si 

78 

ii£ 

76 

£S 

60 

40 

14 

12 

1 

3 

2 


P-80 . . . . 

fid 

1 

2 







1 

- 

- 

• - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

f-84 .... 

303 

26 

19 

>1 

29 

44 

32 

37 

17 

20 

24 

16 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

P-86 .... 

499 

78 

49 

34 

34 

30 

39 

67 

55 

32 

35 

24 

8 

8 

1 

3 

2 

- 

F-94 .... 

89 

10 

13 

10 

14 

17 

7 

11 

4 

3 

- 

- 

_ 


- 


■ 

■ 

Bombardment - 



















Total. . . . 
B-2’6 . . . . 

2,155 

862 

ill 

302 

T80 

431 

is? 

m 

129 

268 

”5i 

283 

100 

48 

2 

2 

2 

m 

1 

2 

13 

i 

1 

_ 

_ 

4 

B-29 .... 

1,293 

171 

122 

268 


207 

183 

46 

7 

By 

1 

2 

15 

1 

1 

“ 

- 

4 

Recon - Total. 
RB-26. . . , 

iSI 

117 

iz 

3 

51 

52 

I§ 

20 

IS 

23 

n 

10 

IS 

9 

i> 

s 

1 

1 

s 

S 

a4 

6 

* 

iS 

42 

RB-29. . . . 

160 

21 

26 

28 

29 

23 

15 

18 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

~ 

RB-45. . . . 

16 

- 

- 

- 


16 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

RB-50. • ■ ■ 

60 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

24 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

RP-80. . . . 

57 

6 

8 

11 

5 

4 


4 

5 

2 

2 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

" 

rf-86. . . . 

6 

_ 

- 

2 

1 

- 


1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TO-26. . . . 

6l 

11 

7 

13 

10 

9 


3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8 

- 

49 

WB-29. . . . 

175 

6 

3 

4 

5 

15 


13 

3 

9 

5 

4 

5 

24 

6 

15 

Tanker - Total 

22 

_ 

23 

- 

- 

- 

48 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

KB-29. . . . 

73 

* 

23 

- 


- 

T+H 

- 

“ 

• 

- 

■ 


" 

“ 


I 

Transport - 










208 



si 

Si 

26 




Total. . . . 

1,70? 

Si 

100 

137 

84 

107 

120 

116 


235 

132 

15 

10 

11 

a 

C-46 . . . . 

527 

7 

22 

32 

17 

29 

31 

P I'H 

128 

7 

1 

- 

MM 


25 

C-47 .... 

228 

15 

17 

32 

14 

14 

17 

28 

24 

K1 

22 

13 

- 

- 

- 

B 


5 

C-54 .... 

140 

8 

13 

16 

5 

■a 

■Q 

7 

. 13 

,&j»b 

23 

18 

3 

7 

1 

B 


11 

C-119. . . . 

494 

l6 

28 

31 

28 

■9 

Wx 

32 

52 

67 

45 

4 I 

18 

22 

15 

2 


10 

C-124. . . . 

316 

10 

20 

24 

20 

22 

By 

18 

is 

14 

17 

38 

26 

26 

6 

5 


38 

Reecue - Total 

251 

4 

18 

22 

15 

iS 


16 

10 


10 

10 

s 

7 

1 

2 


* 

B-5. 


¥ 

■U 

1 

1 

1 

B 

1 

1 

2 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

H-19 .... 

22 

- 

4 

2 

1 

3 

5 

3 

3 

3 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

- 


41 

SA-16. . . . 

99 

- 


12 

5 

13 

4 

5 

1 

3 

3 

5 

2 

- 

- 

- 

aEp:' 1 

SB-29. . . ■ 

90 

- 

SI 

2 

7 

HI 

4 

7 

4 

7 

7 

5 

5 

6 

1 

2 


26 

3C-47. • • • 

13 



. 2 

1 


2 

- 

1 

- 

- 


1 

■ 

" 

“ 


4 

Other - Total. 

86 

22 

m 

1 

3 


£ 

18 

l6 

10 

1 


1 

_ 

- 

- 


- 

L-20 .... 

11 

wa 


- 

1 



1 


1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

LT-6 .... 

70 

Kn 


- 

2 


5 

15 

11 

9 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

VC-47- . . . 

5 

£ 

■7 

1 

“ 



2 

1 

- 


B 

1 

- 

■ 

_ 

1 

- 

HOT COWOTTED - 














61 



is 

26r 

TOTAL. 

1.264 

E9 

80 

iii 

is 

60 

Si 

s 

62 

38 

2£ 

32 

46 

28 

5? 

34 

Fighter - Total 
“ . . . 

6S4 

Too 

134 

7 

m 

86 

“B 

31 

35 

c 

S 

16 

n? 

4 

14 

“5 

24 

1 

22 

3 

31 

1 

2 

2 

m 

m 

% 

P-84 .... 

230 

126 


73 

- 




- 

- 

- 

8 

5 

13 

- 


H 1 

2 

P-86 .... 

16 

- 



_ 


8 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

1 



3 

P-94 .... 

248 

1 


5 

5 

18 

24 

21 

8 

4 

6 

13 

14 

17 

6 

16 

11 

79 

Bomber - Total 
B-25 .... 

190 

21 

8 

B 

18 

t 

IS 

34 

1 


20 

3 

4 


10 

1 

s 

- 

2 

B 

1 

2 

1 

B-29 .... 

169 

" 

15 

30 

30 


20 

12 

4 


9 

9 

* 

3 


B 

2 

7 

Re con - Total. 

~RCP*5. . . . 

a? 

2 

1 

E 



3 

E 

£ 


fl 


2 

1 

1 


2 


aP-80. . . . 

5 

- 

- 




- 


- 




- 

2 

K3 


- 

- 

WB-29. - • * 

147 

2 

5 

B 

m 


3 

m 

5 

3 

m 

B 

2 

5 

11 

11 

2 

T3 

Transport - 






8 






fl 







Total.... 

47 

2 

1 

10 

« 

_2 

■3 

2 

HI 


E 






2 

c -¥7 . . 

20 

2 

1 

1 



- 

11 

1 








1 

C-119. ■ * • 

27 

~ 

6 

9 

■ 

H 

2 

1 

1 

B 


B 

■ 


H 

B 




(Continued) 


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95 


TABLE 65 - EXPERIENCE INDEX OF TACTICAL AIR CREW PERSONNEL IN FEAF - AS OF 27 JUL 1953 

" * (Continued) 


Type and Model 
Of Aircraft 

i 

Experience Index 
*/ 

D 

1 

thru 

10 

B 

21 

thru 

30 

B 

41 

thru 

50 

51 

thru 

60 

6 l 

thru 

70 

71 

thru 

80 

81 

thru 

90 

91 

thru 
100 ' 

101 

thru 

110 

111 

thru 

120 

121 

thru 

130 

131 

thru 

140 

141 

thru 

150 

151 

and 

Over 

Rescue - Total 

in 

_ 

12 

33 

2 

2 

M 

2 

0 

2 

3 

3 

3 

4 

3 

- 

1 

21 

H-5. 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

■a 

- 


- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

“ 

- 

-*■ 

H-19 .... 

17 

- 


5 

■3 

■1 

9 

- 

IMGi 

3 

- 

1 

MS 

1 

- 

- 

- 

2 

SA-16. . . . 

79 

- 

12 

20 

m 

n 

6 

4 


6 

3 

2 


3 

- 

- 

- 

4 

SB-29. • • • 

27 

- 


b 

■9 

mi 

- 

1 


- 

- 

- 


- 

j 

- 

1 

10 

SC-47. . . . 

12 

- 

m 

1 

m 

m 

2 

- 



- 

“ 


- 

- 

“ 

- 

5 

Other - Total. 

ig 

_ 

5 

4 

2 

6 


_ 

3 

1 

1 

2 

1 

l6 

1 

1 

1 

n 

L-20 .... 

i5 

- 

t 

3 

¥ 

3 


- 

- 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


T-7. 

6 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

TB-29. . . . 

56 


1 

1 

1 

3 



3 



2' 


l6 

1 

1 

1 

23 


a/ Based on Nunfcer of Sorties or Hours flown and/or Length of Tour in Theater. 


Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS/Conptroller, Headquarters USAF. 


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CONFIDENTIAL 


96 


TABLE 66 - USAF MILITARY PERSONNEL BY SEX BASED ON OPERATING LOCATIONS - 


Personnel by Location 

June 

(1950) 

September 

December 

March 

(1951) 

►June 

September 

December 

GUAM - TOTAL . 

5,698 

50 5 

i>,806 

5,073 

5,255 

1 

*», 139 

■M 

Officer - Total. 

■pa 

323 

356 

355 

mm 

383 

J-tole. 

50f 


352 

355 

353 


381 

Female. 

- 


1 

1 

1 


2 

Warrant Officer - Total. . . 

13 

13 

17 

15 

13 

17 


10 

Male. 

17 

15 

13 

17 

16 

10 

Female . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Enlisted - Total . 

Male. 

57TBT 

5,519 

5,519 


3,885 

3780? 

3,815 

37815 

3,779 

'3,779 

3,579 

3,579 

Female . 

- 



- 

“ 

‘ 

_ 

KOREA - TOTAL. 

l 

5,905 


11,582 

20,908 

26,776 

35,895 

Officer - Total. 

Male. 

l 

l 

556 

585 

1,218 

17513- 

1.397 

1.397 

2,623 

27623 

3,517 

3,517 

5,159 

87153 

Female . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

6 

Warrant Officer - Total. . . 
Mile. 

- 

11 

11 

hi 

T* 

37 

37 

66 

55 

62 

52 

102 

102 

Female . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Enlisted - Total . 

Mile. 

: 

5,357 

8,6oU 

B/W 

10,156 

10,156 

18,219 

18,219 

23,197 

237196 

0 [0 
m[m 

Female . 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

" 

1 

* 

JAPAN - TOTAL. 


30,768 

35,923 

36,566 

35,059 

37,250 

53,568 

Officer - Total. 

Mile". 

2,700 

3,751 

37658 

*♦.556 

5.012 

IT7B02 

5,007 

5/561 

5.305 ' 
5,133 

5,636 

37851 

Fenmle. 

37 

53 

72 

130 

156 

172 

185 

Warrant Officer - Total. . . 

06 

125 

127 

159 

163 

155 

127 

Male. 

95 

123 

m 

185 

160 

152 

128 

Female . 

1 

1 

2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

Enlisted - Total. 

Male.. 

18,528 

TBTfSB 

26,903 

26,903 

30,250 

30,192 

31,305 

31,257 

29,889 

297837 

31.790 

H775? 

21405 

377659 

Female . 

- 


58 

58 

52 

53 

56 

OKINAWA - TOTAL. 


10,257 

10,389 

11,856 

8.383 

8,865 

AiSii 

Officer - Total. 

689 

856 

912 

1,101 

820 

859 

951 

Ifcle. 

EB5 

BS5 

905 

1,095 

m 

“855 

939 

Femele . 

1 * 

6 

7 

6 

7 

1 + 

2 

Warrant Officer - Total. . . 
m.le . 

16 

T5 

23 

53 

22 

55 

hi 

51 

38 

38- 

31 

31 

19 

19 

Female . 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Enlisted - Total . 

Male. 

B753^ 

9,388 

9.555 

37833 

10,71** 

i6,7i*» 

7,525 

77553 


7,953 

77333 

Female . 

- 

* 

- 

- 


- 

" 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS - TOTAL . - 

5,293 

5,608 

5,659 

6,610 

5,097 

5,923 

V^l 

Officer - Total. 

572 

535 

573 

708 

531 

550 

551 

Male. 

5W 

502 

555 

$92 

501 

315 

52? 

Female . 

25 

32 

29 

16 

30 

35 

35 

Warrant Officer - Total. . . 
Male. 

21+ 

5T+ 

30 

35 

21 

31 

39 

39 

35 

35 

22 

32 

23 

53 

Temale. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Enlisted - Total . 

Male. 

1,697 

87837 

5,055 

57OTT 

5,055 

5,055 

5,863 

57863 

17531 

5,311 

5,351 

5,055 

5,055 

Female . 

" 




__J 




Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS Comptroller, Headquarters USAF. 



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97 


IN MAJOR FAR EASTERN COUNTRIES - JUN 1950 THROUGH JUL 1953 









■Personnel by Location 

(195?) 

June 

September 

December 

(1953) 

June 

July 

4,766 

4,049 

5,078 

6,585 

5.431 

5,4l6 

5,399 

GUAM - TOTAL 

377 

357 

393 

585 

364 

378 

372 

Officer - Total 

■ 375 

355 

391 

5HJ 

153 

377 

365 

Hale 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

3 

3 

Pesale 

8 

14 

13 

14 

17 

20 

22 

Warrant Officer - Total 

B 

14 

13 

14 

r ? 

35 

22 

Male 

_ 

_ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Female 

It, 381 

4.478 

4,672 

5,986 

5.050 

5,oiQ 

5ToI5 

5,005 

Enlisted - Total 

*,3tJl 

47478 

4^72 

5^953 


5,005 

mie 


- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

“ 

Female 

36,012 

42,376 

42,963 

48,388 

j&a. 1 

44,650 

43,791 

KOREA - TOTAL 

4,301 

009 

4,685 

4,666 

4,689 

4,671 

4,485 

4^457 

4,720 

*7595 


4,926 

4,b96 

Officer - Total 
mic 

12 

17 

is 

18 

25 

33 

32 

Fesale 

77 

128 

134 

117 

140 

iS® 

162 

Warrant Officer - Total 

77 

155 

tf* 

ITT 

I4o 

178 

155 

Male 


- 


' . 

_ 

- 

- 

Female 

31,6311 

37,563 

377563 

38,140 

3H7I4o 

41,786 

*17755 

41,491 

41,491 

39,391 

39,391 

38,701 

38,700 

Enlisted - Total 

Itole 



- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

Female 

lilt, 870 

46,543 

50,098 

54,418 

56,167 

6°>*97 

60,299 

JAPAN - TOTAL 

6,319 

6,129 

6,108 

57075 

6.20 1 * 

?797t 

6,211 

77957 

6,452 

57317 

7,338 

77559 

7,494 

7, £3* 

Officer - Total 
!*le 

190 

230 

233 

226 

237 

269 

260 

Female 

139 

186 

198 

186 

198 

2J1 

225 

Warrant Officer - Total 

I37 

154 

195 

1B3 

w 

229 

55! 

Itole 

2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

2 

2 

Female 

mmm 

40,249 

40,174 

43,6^6 

*3^573 

48.021 

477512 

49,517 

49,264 

52,720 

52,410 

52,580 

527270 

Enlisted - Total 

Male 

51 

75 

123 

209 

253 

318 

310 

Female 

11,097 

10,550 

10,577 

9,736 


10,520 

10,532 

OKINAWA - TOTAL 

1,240 

I723B 

1,063 

1,078 

1,013 

1,005 

734 

755 

1,023 

1,013 

1,116 

1,10? 


Officer - Total 

Male 

2 

5 

8 

8 

10 

9 

12 

Female 

16 

32 

20 

29 

34 

36 

37 

Warrant Officer - Total 

IE 

32 

23 

79 

3* 

35 

37 

Male 

_ 


- 


. 

- 

- 

Female 

9,64l 

9,841 

9A35 

97*35 


8,973 

5T?73 

10J72 

10,3+9 

9,368 

57358 

9,405 

57*55 

Enlisted - Total 

Hale 

- 

" 


- 

- 

- 


Female 

5,216 

5,120 

7.608 

7,369 

ft 

7.744 

7,807 

8,036 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS - TOTAL 

600 

656 

897 

ft 

828 

848 

Officer - Total 

555 

555 

853 

755 

ms 

Male 

34 

34 

34 

34 

27 

30 

36 

Female 

16 

21 

22 

l4 

15 

14 

11 

Warrant Officer - Total 

IS 

5T 

55 

14 

T7 

14 

13 

Male 

- 

- 

_ 

. 


- 

- 

Female 

4,600 

4,600 

4,443 

47445 

6,669 

67689 

6,523 

57731 

6,898 

6,090 



Enlisted - Total 

Mile 

“ 


_ 

* 

“ 


■an 

Female 




i 

l 

h 

1 


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98 


TABLE 67 - U5AF PERSONNEL ( ASSIGNED, OPERATIONAL, AND OTHER) ON DUTY IN FEAF - 

JUN 1950 THROUGH JUN 1953 


Personnel 

June 

(1950) 

June 

( 1951 ) 

June 

( 1952 ) 

July 

August 

September 

October 

ROTenber 

Personnel - Total. 

5M77 

HR 


128,137 

131,922 

HR 

136,109 

138,218 

Officer - Total . 

5,067 

11,117 

13,915 

lk ,178 

i**,595 

lk, 3 k6 

1 * 1,283 

1*1,178 

Enlisted - Total. 

39,618 

70,232 

98,823 

101 , 91 k: 


105,918 

109.606 

111,998 

Civilian Assigned to FEAF * Total . . 

9,798 

11,200' 

11,813 

12,ok5 


12,230 

12,218 

12,0k2 

Military Assigned to FEAF - Total . . 

H 

62,555 1 

86,3*17 

89,765 

92,998 


96,k 3 6 

99,66k 

Officer . 

3,733 

8,157 

10,055 

10,klk 

10,670 

10,372 

10,kl0 

10,k65 

Enlisted. 

31,389 

5*1,398 

76,292 

79,351 

82,328 

82,556 

86,026 

89,199 

Operational Control FEAF - Total. . . 

2,178 

10,336 

15,117 

15 , 09 k 

16,155 

16,920 

17,187 

16,601 

Officer . 

393 

1,9**6 

2,520 

2,k6k 

2,711 

2,792 

2,7k0 

2,616 

Enlisted. 

1,785 

8,390 

12,597 

12,630 

13,**kk 

lk, 128 

lk,kk7 

13,985 

FEAF - Other - Total. 

7,385 

8,^58 

11,27k 

11,233 

10,566 

10,kl6 

10,268 

9,911 

Officer . 

9kl 

1,01k 

i,3ko 

1,300 

1,21k 

1,182 

1,133 

1,097 

Enlisted. 


7,kkk 

9,93*t 

9,933 

9,352 

9,23k 

9,135 

0,8l4 


December 

January 

( 1953 ) 

-'-| 

February J 

March 

April 

my 

June 

139,571 


1**1,355 

1**3,150 

lkl ,052 

l**3,175 

lk 0,500 

13,781 


1**,**95 

lk,8ok 

15,0kl 

15, **07 ! 

15,k29 

113,792 

Ilk,332 


117,016 

Uk,7lk 

116,612 

Uk,039 

11,998 

11 , 89 ** 

U,k9k 

11,330 

11,297 

11.156 

11,032 

101,2k9 

101,912 

102,klO 

102,6k6 


mm 

10k,6k3 

10,228 

10,k60 

10,70k 

10 , 85 k 

11,281 

11,685 

11,738 

91,021 

91,*>52 

91,706 

91,792 

91,082 

9**,25k 

92,905 

18,059 

16,093 

17,063 

20,kk7 

l8,6kl 

16,730 

lk,893 

2,4kl 

2,516 

2,6kl 

2,9**6 

2,77** 

2,7**5 

2,706 

13,618 

13,577 

lk,k22 

17,501 

15,867 

13,985 

12,187 

10,265 

10 ,k 70 

10.388 

8,727 

8,751 

9,350 

9.932 

1,112 

1,167 

1,150 

1,00k 

986 

977 

985 

9,153 

9,303 

9,238 

7,723 

7,765 

8,373 

8,9^7 


Personnel - Total . 

Officer - Total . 

£alIsted - Total . 

Civilian Assigned to FEAP - Total 
Military Assigned to FEAT * Total 


Officer . 
Enlisted. 


Operational Control FEAT - Total. 


Officer . 
Enlisted. 


FEAF - Other - Total. 


Officer . 
Enlisted. 


Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS/Ccsoptroller, Headquarters, U8AF. 



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TABLE 66 - USAF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL BASED ON DUTY LOCATION IN MAJOR FAR EASTERN COUNTRIES- 

JUN 1950 THROUGH JUL 1953 


Personnel by Duty Location 

Jun (1950) 

Sep 

Dec 

Mar (1951) 

Jun 

Sep 

Dec 

Guam - Total. 

936 

760 

766 

782 

784 

825 

2i2 

Continental US Citizens . 

y 

y 

y. 

y, 

y 

264 

266 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y, 

58 

53 

Non-US Citizens . ........ 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

503 

596 

Korea - Total . 

1 

1 

131 

u 

56 

56 

«3 

Continental US Citizens . 

y 

y, \ 

y 

y. 

y 

54 

62 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

y 

y 

y 

y, 

y. 

- 

1 

Non-US Citizens . 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

2 


Japan - Total ......... . 


1,726 

ilSii 

1,723 

1,665 

1,807 

1,868 

Continental US Citizens.. . 

y 

y 

y 

y. 

y 

1,613 

1,682 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

it 

y 

y 

y. 

y, 

178 

173 

Non-US Citizens . 

ii 

y 

y 

y 

y 

16 

13 

Okinawa - Total . 

6&r 

498 

7*1 

746 

I2i 

808 

825 

Continental US Citizens ......... 

y 

a/ 

y 

y. 

y 

457 

482 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

y 

y 

y 

y 

a 

107 

HU 

Non-US Citizens.. 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

21*1* 

229 

Philippine Islands - Total. ........ 

6.884 

7,**14 

7,593 

8,012 

7,667 

7,959 

6,196 

Continental US Citizens . «... 

y 

y, 

y 

y, 

y 

340 

3*5 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y. 

- 

- 

Non-US Citizens . 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

7,619 

7,651 


Hit (1952) 

Jun 

a 

Dec 

Mar (1953) 

Jun 

Jul 

Guam - Total. 

1,260 

1,059 

1,511 

1,479 

1.44i 


1,351 

Continental US Citizens . . 

280 

225 

311 

293 


259 

249 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

111 

28 

98 

77 


90 

79 

Non-US Citizens . . . 

669 

806 

1,102 

1,109 


954 

1,023 

Korea - Total 

Si 

68 

12 

86 

§2 

12 

82 

.Continental US Citizens. 

45 

64 

65 

63 

79 

76 

79 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

- 

- 

■ - 

- 

1 

1 

1 

Non-US Citizens . • . 

7 

1* 

5 

3 

1 3 

2 

2 

Japan - Total 

1J84 

1,807 

1,933 

1,906 

1,657 

1 , 67 ** 

1.762 

Continental US Citizens . 

1,564 

1,596 

1,717 

1,697 

1,651 

1,606 

1,564 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

182 

130 

210 

203 

200 

201 

195 

Non-US Citizens .... . 

18 

81 

6 

6 

6 

67 

3 

Okinawa - Total . 

806 ' 

781 

121 

754 

22* 

621 

682 

Continental US Citizens . 

466 

448 

; “*17 

429 

432 

382 

377 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

117 

112 

108 

U5 

111* 

107 

103 

Non-US Citizens ..... . 

223 

221 

212 

210 

200 

202 

202 

Philippine Islands - Total.. 

8,226 

6,339 

8,140 

7,933 

7,363 

7,240 

7,202 

Continental US Citizens . 

322 

363 

292 

320 

314 

296 

279 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions 

- 

- 

- j 

- 

- 

13 

- 

Non-US Citizens . 

7,904 

7,996 

7,81*8 

7,613 

7,049 

6,929 

6,923 


hj Data not required prior to August 1951* 

Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS/Comptroller, Hq USAF 











































































TABLE «9 


EMPLOYED CIVILIAN PERSONNEL IN FEAF - JUN 1950 THROUGH JUL 1953 


June (1950) j September j December j March (1951) j June 


Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Kale Female Male Female Male 


05 CITIZENS, TERRITCFIAL CITIZENS, NON CITIZENS a/ 


Continental US Citizen® . 

Citizens of US Territories and Possessions, 
Non-US Citizens . 


1.427 

6,616 

1.631 

8.751 

1,867 

9,171 

1.947 

mRH 

9.511 

1,780 

9,648 

2,136 

888 

1,208 

1,011 

1,196 

1,233 

1,228 

1,274 

1,355 

1,345 

1,353 

1,328 

1,370 

l,4i8 

30 

145 

**9 

130 

52 

124 

50 

127 

52 

232 

89 

235 

84 

509 

7,263 

571 

7,425 

582 

7,819 

623 

7,689 

632 

7,926 

363 

8,043 

634 


INDIGENOUS PERSONNEL 


Japanese. 
Okinawa ns 


278 3>235 


gsa 3.419 

j/ ,=/ 

282 ZM9 


Arch (1952) June September December March (1953) to* 


Male Female tele Female tele Female tele Female tele Female Male Female tele 


US CITIZENS, TIKRlTCfllAL CITIZENS, NON CITIZENS a/ 


Continental US Citizens . 

Citizens of U8 Territories and Possess ions. 
Non-US Citizens..*.. . 


loyment - Total .... 


a/ ESnployees vho are paid frcm 01, "Personal Services" funds, 
b/ Employees who are paid from 07, "Other Contractual Services" funds 
c/ Japanese strength not required prior to 31 August 1951* 
d/ Sex break was not available. 

Source: Personnel Statistics Division, DCS/Canptroller, Hq USAF 
















































































































101 


TABLE 70 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS, BY TYPE 
OF PERSONNEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUN 1953 (25 JUN - 30 JUN 1950 INCLUDED IN SEP 1950) 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed thrcru^i 30 June 1954.. KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; P0W - Prisoner of Wax.) 


Date 

2nd 

of 

Period 

Total 

d 

Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 

Total 

d 

KIA 

MIA 

to 

KIA 

d 

DOW 

d 

Total 

6/ 

Died 

of 

Wounds 

d 

Re- 

ifflrned 
to Duty, 
Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc - 

5/ 

Total 

y 

Miss¬ 

ing 

to 

Killed 

in 

Action 

y 

Returned to 
Military Control 

POW 

Cur¬ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 

To 

Duty 

B3 

Fran 

POW 

(1) 

(2) 

m 

EBO 

m 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

m 

(12) 

ISA 

IBB 

(15) 

TOTAL . . 


CASUAL! 

IES RESULTING FRCH AIR ADD OOTUND 

OPERATIONS - OFFICERS 

AND AIRMEN 



sfB 

1,180 

165 


11 

229 

11 

368- 

1,303 

1,004 

38 

6 

220 


33 

FY 1951-Total. 

674 

423 

88 

326 

2 

g23 

2 

224 

332 

326 

m 

4 

- 

- 


Sep (1950) . . 

163 

106 

12 

93 

1 

47 

1 

46 

106 

93 

11 

2 

_ 

_ 

- 

Dec. 

182 

109 

4l 

65 

3 

71 

3 

68 

72 

65 

5 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) - . 

138 

82 

22 

56 

4 

55 

4 

51 

61 

56 



- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

191 

126 

13 

1 12 

1 

60 

1 

59 

118 

112 



- 

- 


FY 1952-Total. 


218 

47 

171 


102 

_ 

102 

181 

iii 

10 


_ 

_ 

_ 

Sep (1951) ■ • 

83 

59 

15 

44 


22 


22 

46 

44 

2 

1 

. 

. 

_ 

Dec. 

• 126 

70 

16 

54 

- 

49 

- 

49 

61 

54 

7 


- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

65 

52 

10 

42 

- 

13 


13 

42 

42 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

56 

37 

6 

31 

- 

18 


16 

32 

31 

1 



- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

155 

22 

11 

11 

- 

42 


42 

104 

12 

1 

2 

3 

- 

12 

Sep (1952) . . 

47 

42 

_ 

42 

_ 

4 

_ 

4 

43 

42 



- 

_ 

1 

Dec. 

29 

17 

2 

15 

- 

11 

- 

11 

18 

15 

* 

2 

- 

- 

1 

Mar (1953) ■ • 

37 

13 

1 

12 

- 

8 


8 

28 

12 

1 


- 

- 

15 

Jun. 

42 

18 

0 

10 

- 

19 


19 

15 

10 

- 


3 

“ 

2 

Tl 1954-Total. 

602 

449 

i2 

428 

2 

2 

2‘ 


661 

426 

- 


217 

- 

16 

Sep (1953) ■ . 

257 

24 

19 

3 

2 

2 

2 


236 

3 

_ 


217 


16 

Dec. 

246 

246 

- 

246 


- 



246 

246 

- 


- 


- 

Mar (1954) . . 

152 

152 


152 


- 

■ 


152 

152 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

27 

27 


ZTj 

1 

- 

I 

1 

27 

27 

- 

1 

- 


" 




CASUALTIES RESULTING IT.CW AIR AND GROUND OPERATICHS 

- OFFICERS ONLY * 



TOTAL . . 

ir33° 

894 

124 

264 

— 

6 

243 

6 

231 

264 

764 

21 

1 

152 

- 

26 

FY 1951-Total. 

449 

m 

64 

234 

2 

432 

I 

132 

249 

234 

14 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

103 

74 

9 

65 

_ 

25 

_ 

25 

69 

65 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

102 

72 

27 

43 

2 

30 

2 

28 

46 

43 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • . 

99 

61 

17 

42 

2 

36 

2 

34 

46 

42 

4 


* 

- 

- 

Jun. 

14? 

96 

11 

84 

1 

46 

1 

45 

88 

84 

4 

- 

- 


- 

FY 1952-Total. 

271 

m 

31 

146 

- 

81 

- 

_81 

15-3 

146 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • . 

76 

54 

12 

42 

_ 

21 

_ 

21 

43 

42 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Dec. 

91 

53 

11 

42 

- 

33 

- 

33 

47 

42 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

59 

47 

10 

37 

- 

12 

- 

12 

37 

37 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

45 

29 

4 

25 

- 

15 

- 

15 

26 

25 

1 

■ 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

11* 

2« 

11 

62 

- 

24 

- 

24 

12 

6 1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

13 

Sep (1952) • ■ 

33 

29 

. 

29 

_ 

3 

_ 

3 

30 

29 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

Dec. 

22 

16 

2 

14 

- 

5 

- • 

5 

15 

14 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

Mar (1953) ■ • 

26 

13 

1 

12 

- 

4 

- 

4 

21 

12 

- 

. 

- 

- 

9 

Jun. 

33 

18 

8 

10 

- 

12 

- 

12 

13 

10 

- 

* 

1 


2 

FY 1954-Total. 

49§ 

32 

12 

3i2 

1 

1 

1 

- 

483 

3i2 

- 


131 

- 

13 

Sep (1953) • • 

100 

16 

12 

3 

1 

1 

1 

_ 

167 

3 

. 

- 

151 

- 

13 

Dec. . . a . . 

182 

i6e 


182 

- 

- 

- 

- 

182 

102 

- 



- 


Mar (1954) . . 

110 

110 

_ 

110 


- 

. 

- 

110 

110 

. 

. 

- 

- 

. 

Jun. 

24 

24 


24 

- 

- 

- 

- 

24 

24 

- 

—1 

- 

- 

- 


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I 02 


TABLE 70 - U3AF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS, 
BY TYPE OF PERSONfEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Co ntinued) 


(These data, are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
hare been completed through 30 June 1954.. KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing In Action; DOW - Med of Wounds 
Received in Action; POW - Prisoner of War.) 


Date 

End 

Of 

Period 

Total 

«/ j 

Dead 

Wounded 


Missing 



Total 

5/ 

KIA 

MIA 

to 

KIA 

DOW 

£/ 

Total 

*/ 

Died i 
of ! 
Wounds 

«/ 

Re¬ 
turned 
to Duty, 
Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc. 

4/ 

Total 

5/ 

Miss¬ 

ing 

to 

Killed 

in 

Action 

1/ 

Returned to 
Military Control 

POW 

Cur¬ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 

To 

Duty 

With 

Wounds 

Frcm 

POW 

(1) 

(2) 

ggi 

181 

m 

(6) 

(7) 

< 9 > 1 

(9) 

(10) 

kBI 

(12) 

Frol 

kb! 

(15) 




c 

:asuai 

.TIES 

RESULTI 

:NG FRCM AIR AND (SOUND OPERATIONS - AIRMEN ONLY 


TOTAL . . 

Si 

286 

H 


2 

22i 

2 

122 

222 

240 

ii 

2 

68 

■- 

2 

PY 1951-Total. 

IS*' 

120 


22 

4 

& 


3S. ■ 

108 


22 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

60 

32 

3 

28 

1 

22 


21 

37 

28 

7 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

80 

37 

14 

22 

1 

4l 


40 

26 

22 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • ■ 

39 

21 

5 

l4 

2 

19 

2 

17 

15 

14 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

46 j 

30 

2 

28 

- 

ll+ 

* 

14 

30 

28 

2 

- 

- 

* 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 


2s 

m 

25 

- 

21 

- 

21 

28 

25 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 


5 

3 

2 

- 

1 

- 

1 

3 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec.. 


n 

5 

12 

- 

16 

- 

16 

14 

12 

2 

- 


- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 


«1 

- 

5 

- 

1 

- 

1 ' 1 

5 

5 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

Jun. 

11 

8 

2 

6 

- 

3 

- 

3 

6 

6 

- 

■* 


- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

41 

it 

■ 

14 

- 

18 

- ■ 

18 

22 

l4 

1 

2 

2 

- 

6 

Sep (1952) • • 

i4 

13 


13 

- 

1 

- 

1 

13 

13 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec...... 

■n 

1 


1 

- 

6 

- 

6 

3 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) ■ • 

n 

- 


- 

- 

4 

- 

4 

7 

- 

1 


- 

- 

6 

Jun. . . .... 

9 

- 


- 

- 

7 

- 

7 

2 

- 

* 


2 

- 1 

~ 

FY 195 1 *-Total. 

186 

117 

1 

102 

1 

1 

1 * 

- 

128 

222 

- 


66 

- 

1 

Sep (1953) • ■ 

77 

8 

m 

- 

1 

I 

1 

- 

69 

- 

- 


66 

- 

3 

Dec. 

64 

64 

■9 

64 

- 

- 

- 

- 

64 

64 

- 

KB 


- 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

1+2 

1+2 

9 

42 

- 

- 

- 

- 

42 

42 

- 



- ■ 

- 

Jun. 

3 

3 

9 

3 

“ 

- 



3 

3 


Sfl 


_i 




CASL 

I ALTII 

is RESULTING FRCM AIR OPERATIONS 

1 - 0FFIC 

ERS AND AIRMEN 




TOTAL . . 

1,729 

1,144 

152 

222 

10 

216 

10 

26 

1,262 

979 

20 

4 

214 

_ • 

22 

FY 1951-Total. 

588 

m 

81 

307 

2 

180 

2 

171 

1 

m. 

20 

2 

- 

-' 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

146 

100 

10 

89 

1 

36 

1 

35 

101 

89 

11 

1 

- 

- 1 

- 

Dec. 

139 

94 

38 

53 

3 

46 

3 

43 

56 

53 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) ■ • 

130 

79 

21 

54 

4 

51 

4 

47 

58 

54 

4 


- 


- 

Jun...... 

173 

124 

12 

111 

1 

47 

1 

46 

ll4 

111 

3 


” 

" 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

220; 

214 

44 

170 

- 

2 1 


21 

179 

170 

2 


- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 

80 

58 

l4 

44 

_ 

21 

- 

21 

45 

44 

1 


- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

122 

69 

16 

53 

- 

46 

- 

46 

60 

53 

7 



- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

65 

52 

10 

1+2 

- 

13 

- 

13 

42 

42 

- 



- 

- 

Jun...... 

53 

35 

4 

31 

- 

47 

- 


32 

31 

1 


" 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

151 

22 

u_ 

22 

- 

28 

- 

H 

104 

12 

1 

2 j 

2 

- j 

22 

Sep (1952) - • 

47 

42 

_ 

1*2 

_ 

4 

- 


**3 

42 

- 

- 

- 


1 

Dec. 

28 

17 

2 

15 

- 

10 

- 

10 

18 

15 

- 

2 

- 

- 

1 

Mar (1953) • • 

- 37 

13 

1 

12 

- 

8 

- 

8 

28 

12 

1 


- 

- 

15 

Jun...... 

39 

18 

8 

10 

- 

16 

- 

16 

15 ' 

10 

- 


3 

“ 

2 

FI 1954-Total. 

670 

443 

i2 

423 

1 

1 

1 


650 

its* 

- 


211 


16 

Sep (1953) • • 

250 

23 

19 

3 

I 

1 

1 


230 . 

3 

- 


211 

- 

16 

Dec. 

245 

245 


245 

- 

- 

- 


245 

245 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

148 

148 

- 

148 

- 

- 

- 


148 ■ 

148 

- 


- 


- 

Jun.. 

27 

27 

- 

27 

“ 

“ 

- 

1 

27 

27 


mm 

. 




(Continued) 














































































































I 03 


TABLE 70 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS, 

BY TYPE OF PERSONNEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Continued) 

(These data are baaed on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 1954., KXA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; PCfW - Prisoner of War.) 


Date 

End 

of 

Period 

Total 

*/ 

Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 


Total 

5/ 

KXA 

MIA 

to 

KXA 

d 

DOW 

£/ 

Total 

y 

Died 

of 

Wounds 

y 

Re¬ 
turned 
to Duty, 
Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc. 

2/ 

total 

5/ 

Miss¬ 

ing 

to 

Killed 

in 

Action 

y 

Returned to 
Military Control 

POW 

Cur¬ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 

To 

Duty 

With 

Wounds 

£/ 

From 

PCW 

a) 

(2) 

B9 

1 

i 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

ESI 

(1 2 ) 

RBI 


(15) 


| CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR OPERATIO 

NS - OFFICERS ONLY 

TOTAL . . 

l r ^02 

887 

121 

760 

6 

226 

6 

220 

2S k 

760 

20 

1 

149 


26 

Ti 1951-Total. 

429 

227 

61 

221 

S_ 

124 

S 

ii2 

24; 

231 

12 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

100 

72 

8 

64 

- 

24 

- 

24 

68 

64 

4 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

Dec. 

95 

70 

26 

42 

2 

25 

2 

23 

45 

42 

2 

1 

. 

. 

_ 

Mar (1951) . . 

96 

60 

17 

4l 

2 

38 

2 

34 

45 

4l 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

136 

95 

10 

84 

1 

39 

1 

38 

87 

84 

3 

" 

* 

- 

- 


270 

m 

51 

146 

- 

so 

- 

80 

152 

146 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • • 

76 

54 

12 

42 

- 

21 

_ 

21 

43 

42 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

Dec. 

90 

53 

11 

42 

- 

32 

- 

32 

47 

42 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) • • 

59 

47 

10 

37 

- 

12 

- 

12 

37 

37 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

45 

29 

4 

25 

“ 

15 

- 

15 

26 

25 

1 



- 

- 

FY 1953-TOtal. 

111 

76 

11 

«s 

- 

21 

- 


22 

§i 

- 

- 

1 

- 

12 

Sep (1952) . . 

33 

29 

- 

20 

- 

3 

- 


30 

29 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

Dec. 

21 

16 

2 

i4 

- 

4 

- 


15 

i4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

Mir (1953) . . 

26 

13 

1 

12 

- 

4 

- 


21 

12 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9 

Jun. 

31 

is 

8 

10 

- 

10 

- 

10 

13 

10 

- 

- 

1 

- 

2 

TX 1954-Total. 

492 

m. 

12 

m 

1 

1 

1 

■ 

472 

218 

- 

- 

148 

- 

12 

Bcp (1953) ■ • 

177 

l6 

12 

3 

1 

1 

1 


164J 

3 

- 

- 

148 

_ 

13 

Dec. 

102 

182 

- 

182 

- 

- 

- 


i8a 

182 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Max (1954) - . 

109 

109 

* 

109 

- 

- 

- 

ilHcHK 

109 

109 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

24 

24 

* 

24 

- 

“ 

■ 


24 

24 

■ 

- 

- “ 

- 





CASUALTIES RESULTING 

FROM AIR 

OFERAT 

IONS - AIRMEN ONLY 


TOTAL . . 

427 

257 

2t 

219 

4 

go 

4 

06 

206 

219 

10 


65 

- 

2 

Ti 1951-Total. 

m 

100 


Ik 

4 

56 

4 

SS 

84 

16 

7 

H 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

46 

28 


25 

1 

12 

1 

11 

33 

25 

7 


- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

44 

24 


11 

1 

21 

1 

20 

LI 

11 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mir (1951) . . 

32 

19 


13 

2 

15 

2 

13 

13 

13 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

37 

29 

2 

27 

- 

8 

- 

8 

27 

27. 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

St 

Si 

1 

g 

- 


- 

21 

26 

24 

2 

- 


- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 

18 

4 

2 

SH 

- 


_ 

14 

2 

2 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 

Dec. ..... 

19 

16 

5 


- 


- 

1 

13 

11 

2 

- 


- 

- 

Mir (1952) . . 

7 

5 


HT1 

- 


- 

2 

5 

5 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Jun. 

10 

6 

■ 

Ij 

- 


- 

4 

6 

6 

- 

- 


- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

26 

l4 

1 


- 

1 

- 

12 

25 

14 

1 

2 

2 

- 

6 

Sep (1952) ■ ■ 

l4 

13 


13 

_ 

H 

a 

1 

13 

13 


_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

Dec. 

7 

1 


1 

- 

6 

- 

6 

3 

1 


2 

- 

- 

- 

Max (1953) - ■ 

13 

- 


- 

- 

6 

- 

6 

7 

- 



- 

- 

6 

Jun. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


2 

- 



2 

- 


FT 1954-Total. 

178 

U2 

1 

125 

- 

■ 

- 

- 

171 

12s 



62 

- 

2 

Sep (1953) • ■ 

73 

7 

m 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 

66 

. 

lf9 


63 

. 

3 

Dec. 

63 

63 

■j 

63 

- 


- 

- 

63 

63 



- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954.) . . 

39 

39 

m 

39 

- 


- 

- 

39 

39 



- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

3 

3 

■ 

3 

” 

■ 

* 

“ 

3 

3 


mm 


_ 

* 


(Continued) 












































































































1 04 


TABLE 70 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS, 

BY TYPE OF PERSONNEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Cokt.nuco) 

(These data are based on date of occurrence and include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 1954.. KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; ROW - Prisoner of War.) 




Dead 

Wounded 

Kissing 









Re- 


Miss- 

Returned to 











turned 


ing 



Cur- 

Total 



MIA 



Died 

to Duty, 


to 





End 











Total 

KIA 


DOW 

Total 

of 

Evacu- 

Total 

Killed 




PCW 

rent 

of 




KIA 



Wounds 

ated, 


in 

To 

With 

From 


Miss- 

Period 






Etc. 


Action 

Duty 

Wounds 

PCW 


ing 


y 

y 


=/ 

«/ 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 


y 





(1) 

(2) 

m 

ecu 

m 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(iD- 

(12) 


EE 

(15) 


CASUAL! 

"IES 

ffiSULTH 

IG FRCM C 

RCUND OPT 

31ATI0NE 

- OFFICERS AND AIRMEN 

TOTAL . . 

112 

36 

10 

25 

~1 

63 

1 

62 

4l 

25 

8 

2 

6 

_ 

_ 

FY 1951-Total. 

Si 

26 

1 

12 

- 

52 

- 

Si 

20 

m 

I 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

17 

6 

2 

4 

_ 

11 


11 

5 

mm 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 


Dec. 

42 

15 

3 

12 

. 

2k 

- 

24 

16 

12 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Max (1951) - . 

8 

3 

1 

2 

- 

4 

- 

4 

3 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

18 

2 

1 

1 

- 

13 

- 

13 

4 

1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

_u 

u 

2 

1 

- 

6 

- 

6 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . • 

4 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

2 

_ 

2 

1 


1 

_ 

_ 

* 


Dec. 

4 

1 

- 

1 

. 

3 

- 

3 

1 

,1 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

3 

2 

2 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

r 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) • • 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

Dec. 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

- 

1 

_ 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

- 

Mar (1953) • • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

3 

- 




* 


- 

n 1954 -Total. 

12 

6 

- 

2 

1 

1 

1 

- 

U 

5 



6 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . . 

7 

1 

_ 


1 

1 

1 


6 

m 


. 

6 

_ 

_ 

Dec. 

1 

1 

_ 

1 


_ 

_ 


1 


_ 



_ 

_ 

Mar (1953) ■ . 
Jun. 

4 

4 

- 

4 

" 

- 


- 

4 

m 

- 

- 

E 

- 

- 


CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM WOUND OFERJ 

cnoNS - 

OFFICERS OTiLY 




TOTAL . . 

§2 

7 

3 

4 

- 

18 

- 

16 

8 

4 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

FY 1951-Total. 

20 

6 

2 

2 

- 

i2 

- 

i2 

4 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

3 

2 

1 

1 

w 

1 


1 

1 

1 

_ 




_ 

Dec. 

7 

2 

1 

■ 1 

_ 

5 


5 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 


_ 

- 

Mar (1951) . . 

1 

1 

_ 

1 

. 




1 

1 

. 

- 



. 

Jun. 

9 

1 

1 

- 

- 

7 


7 

1 

-■ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

2 

- 

- 

* 

- 

2 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 


_ 

_ 

Dec. 

1 

_ 

_ 

* 


1 


1 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Mar (1952) . . 
Jun. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . . 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Dec. 

1 

_ 




1 

_ 

1 


_ 

_ 





Mar (1953) • • 


- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 


- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


. 

. 

Jun. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

IT 1954-Total. 

u 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


4 

i 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

Sep (1953) - • 

3 

- 

. 

_ 

- 

- 

- 


3 


- 

- 

3 

_ 

- 

Dec. 

_ 


, 








_ 



- 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

* 


IH9 

1 

- 

“ 


- 

- 

Jun. 

- 

- 

__ 


- 

- 

” 


■ 

_ 




- 



(Continued) 






















































































TABLE 70 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AM3 GROUND OPERATIONS, 
BY TYPE OF PERSONNEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JISL 1953 (Continue) 


(These data lire based cm date of occurrence erd include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through. 30 June 1954,. KIA - Killed In Action; MIA - Ml a slug In Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; POW - Prisoner of War*) 




Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 









Re- 


Mias- 

Returned To 



Date 








turned 


ing 

Military Control 



Total 



MIA 



Died 

to Duty, 


to 





Enfl 










rent 

M1bs- 

of 

Period 

Total 

K3A 

to 

KIA 

DOW 

Total 

of 

Woundfl 

Evacu¬ 

ated, 


Killed 

In 

To 

with 

From 

POW 






Etc. 


Action 

Duty 

Wounds 

POW 


ing 


a/ 1 

V 


e/ 

e/ 

5/ 

E 1 

4/ 

19 

E/ 


E/ 


■1 



(1) 

(2) 

1 


S 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 


(12) 

mi 


us) 



CAJ 

BUALTIES RESULTING FROM GROUND OPERATIONS - AIRMEN 

ONLY 




TOTAL - - 

§3 

22 

1 

21 

1 

95. 

1 

44 

33 

21 

1 

2 

3 

- 

- 

fy 1951-Totai. 

99' 

20 

4 | 

16 

- 

22 

- 

22 

24 

16 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) • • 

14 

u 

1 

3 

_ 

El 

j. 

d 

4 

3 

_ 

1 


- 

a. 

Dec. 

35 

13 

2 ! 

11 

- 

El 

- 


15 


3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) . . 

7 


1 

1 

. 

n 

- 


2 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun,. 

9 

Ha 


1 

- 

MM 

- 

MM 

3 

In 

2 

- 

- 

- 


FY 1952-Total. 

2 



1 

- 


- 

111 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 

3 

H 


_ 

_ 


_ 

m 

1 

_ ! 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Dec. 

3 



1 

- 

2 

- 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 



- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

3 

2 

2 

* 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

1 

- 


- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) • ■ 
Dec. 

Mar (1953) • • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ j 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Jun. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


FY 1954-Total. 

8 

2 

- 

4 

1 

1 

1 

- 

1 

4 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

Sep (1953) ■ ■ 

4 

1 

. 

_ 

1 

1 

1 

_ 

3 


. 

_ 

3 


_ 

Dec. 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 


- 

1 

1 

- 

_ 


_ 


Mar <195*0 • • 

Jun.. 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

* 

3 

3 

- 

- 


- 

- 


OFFICER 

CASUALTIES - PILOTS 


TOTAL • • 

hm 

621 

22 

m 

6 

m 

6 

186 

132 

92« 

12 

Hi 

ll4 

- 

20 

FY 1951-Total. 

356 

249 

52 

194 

1 

229 

9 

100 

804 

124 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) ■ ■ 

85 

62 

7 

55 

_ 

21 

. 

21 

57 

55 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

Dec. 

81 

60 

22 

36 

2 

21 

2 

19 

39 

36 

2 

1 

- 

- 1 

- 

Mar (1951) • ■ 

80 

49 

12 

35 

2 

31 

2 

29 

37 

35 

2 

- 

- i 

- 

- 

Jun. 

112 

76 

9 

68 

1 

32 

1 

31 

71 

68 

3 

- 

“ 

* 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

223 

154 


124 

- 

66 

- 

66 

127 

124 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 

67 

48 

11 

37 

_ 

18 

- 

18 

38 

37 

1 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

63 

40 

6 

34 

- 

22 

- 

22 

35 

3*1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

53 

4l 

9 

32 

- 

12 

- 

12 

32 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

4o 

25 

4 

21 

- 

14 

- 

14 

22 

21 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

29 

66 

10 

59 

- 

20 

- 

20 

99 

59 

- 

- 

1 

- ; 

2 

Sep (1952) • • 

24 

21 

_ 

21 

_ 

2 

_ 

2 

22 

21 

_ 

_ 


_ 

1 

Dec. 

20 

14 

1 

13 


5 

. 

5 

14 

13 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

Mar (1953) ■ ■ 

22 

13 

1 

12 

_ 

4 

- 

4 

17 

12 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

Jun. 

30 

18 

8 

10 

- 

9 

- 

9 

13 

10 

- 

- 

1 

- 

2 

FY 195^-Total. 

I 352 

228 

2 

218 

1 

1 

1 

- 

342 

218 

- 

- 

ii3 

- 

11 

Sep (1953) ■ • 

24 

43 

9 

3 

1 

1 

1 

- 

lU 

3 


_ 

_ 

_ 

11 

Dec. 

237 

124 


124 

- 

- 

- 

- 

237 

124 

- 

- 

113 

- 

- 

Mar (195*0 ■ • 

72 

72 


72 

- 

- 

- 

- 

72 

72 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

19 

19 


19 

- 

■ 

- 

■ 

19 

19 

■ 

- 

- 




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1 06 


TABLE 70 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS, 
BY TYPE OF PERSONNEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Coht>*u«d) 


(These data ore based on date of occurrence and include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 1954. KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; POW - Prisoner of War.) 




Dead 

Wounda 

Missing 









Re- 


Mias- 

Returned to 











turned 


lng 

Military Control 



Date 

Total 



MIA 



Died 

to Duty, 


to 



— 


Cur- 

End 


Total 

KIA 

to 

DOW 

Total 

of 

Evacu- 

Total 

Killed 




POW 

rent 

of 




KIA 




a ted, 


In 

To 

with 

From 


Miss- 

Period 








Etc. 


Action 

Duty 

Wounds 

POW 


ing 


5 j 

d 


sJ 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


d 





u) 

(2) 

i 

ESI 

S 

(6) 

(7) 

<8) 

(9) 

(10) 

RBI 

(12) 

IBM 

RBI 

(15) 







OF 

PICE! CA1 

5UALTIES 

- OTHE! RATED 






TOTAL • . 

288 

121 

13 

n 

- 

44 

- 

' 1 
44 : 

221 

168 

2 

- 

38 

- 

6 

fy 1951-Total. 

82 

SO 

13 

31 

- 

n 

- 

11 

42 

31 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) ■ ■ 

is 

10 

1 

9 


4 

. 

4 

11 


2 

- 

_ 

_ 


Dec. 

16 

11. 

5 

6 

_ : 

5 

_ 

5 

6 


_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 

Mar (1951) . . 

19 

12 

5 

7 

- 

5 

- 

5 

9 


2 

- 

- 

- 


Jun. 

31 

17 1 

2 

15 

- 

• 13 

- 

13 

16 

Si 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 


28 

1 

21 

- 

14 

- 

lit 

12 

m 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) - A 


5 

1 

4 

- 

2 

_ 

2 

4 

4 

_ 

_ 


_ 

* 

Dec.' 


13 

5 

8 

- 

11 

_ 

11 

12 

8 

4 

. 

- 

* 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 


6 

1 

5 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

Jun. 


4 

- 

4 

- 

1 

- 

1 

4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

FY 1953-Total. 


2 

- 

2 

- 

3 

- 

3 

13 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

Sep (1952) . . 

9 

8 

_ 

8 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

8 

8 

_ 

_ 


* 


Dec. 

1 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 


_ 

1 

i 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Mar (1953) • • 

u 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

4 

Jun. 

2 

- 

- 



2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


FY 195 1 *-Total. 

144 

104 

3 

101 

- 


- 


141 

101 

- 

- 


- 

2 

Sep (1953) • • 

*•3 

3 

3 

_ 

_ 


_ 


40 

_ 

_ 

_ 

30 


2 

Dec. 

58 

50 


58 

- 


- i 


58 

58 

- 

- ; 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

30 

38 

■ 

38 

- 


- 


38 

38 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

5 

5 


5 

“ 

■Si 

- 


5 

5 


- 

“ 

- 

- 





OFFICE! CASUALTIES 

- NON RATED 




TOTAL ■ • 

13 

6 

2 

4 

- 

1 

- 

1 

4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1951-Total. 

2 

4 

1 

3 

- 

2 

- 

s 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . • 

2 

2 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Dec. 

5 

1 

- 

1 

_ 

4 

_ 

4 

1 

1 

. 

_ 

- 

_ 

. 

Mar (1951) . . 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • • 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) ■ ■ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


, 

- 

- 

, 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Jun.. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

“ 

' 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . . 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 

Dec. 

1 

1 

1 




_ 

- 

_ 


_ 


_ , 

_ 


Mar (1953) . . 

- 



- 

_ 

. 

. 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

Jun. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Ti 1954 -Total. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1953) • • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

• - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

' 

* 




' 

“ 

1 __ 

1 __ 

' 

* 

' 

‘ 

“ 

* 


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107 


TABLE 70 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR AND GROUND OPERATIONS, 

BY TYPE OF PERSONNEL - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Cokt.nuco) 

(These data are based on date of occurrence an A include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 1954. KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; PQW - Prisoner of War.) 


Date 

End 

of 

Period 


Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 


Total 

9 / 

KIA 

MIA 

to 

KIA 

si 

DOW 

sJ 

Total 

*/ 

Died 

of 

Wounds 

si 

Re¬ 
turned 
to Duty, 
Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc 

<*/ 

Total 

*/ 

Kiss¬ 

ing 

to 

Killed 

in 

Action 

£/ 

Returned to 
Military Control 

POW 

!_ 

Cur¬ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 

To 

Duty 

With 

Wounds 

si 

From 

PW 

( 1 ) 

(2) 

m 

181 

m 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

J 

(10) 


( 12 ) 

HB1 

IQ] 

( 15 ) 




AIRMAN CASUALTIES 

3 - AIRCREW 

TOTAL . . 

*>23 

• 12* 

22 

217 

k 

20 

4 

86 

21 

217 

10 

1 

a 

* 

2 

FY 1951 -Total. 

iZL 

28 

20 

it 

4 

£ 

u 


82 

lit 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) ■ . 

*<5 

27 

2 

2 k 

1 

12 

1 

11 

32 

24 

7 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

**3 

23 

12 

10 

1 

21 

1 

20 

10 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Haf (1951) • • 

32 

19 

4 

13 

2 

15 

2 

13 

13 

13 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

37 

29 

2 

27 

- 

a 

- 

8 

27 

27 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FT 1952-Total. 

42 

30 

6 

jo 

- 

iZ 

- 

ii 

26 

24 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • • 

3 

3 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

32 

16 

5 


~ 

14 

- 

l4 

13 

U 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

6 

5 


HI 

- 

1 

- 

1 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

8 

6 

- 


- 

2 

- 

2 

6 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

4o 

14 

- 


- 

±1 

- 


21 

l4 

1 

2 

2 

1 

6 

Sep (1952) • • 

i4 

13 

. 

13 

_ 

1 

- 


13 

13 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

)HQ 

1 

- 

1 

- 

6 

- 


3 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) . . 

tHo 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 


7 

- 

1 


- 

- 

6 

Jun. 

8 

- 

- ! 

- 

- 

6 

- 

6 

2 

- 

- 


2 

- 

- 

FY 1954 -Total. 


112 

1 

105 

- 

1 

- i 


ii° 

10i 

- 

■ 

62 

- 

2 

Sep (1953) •' • 

72 

7 

7 

_ 

_ 


_ 


65 

- 

- 


62 

- 

3 

Dec...... 

63 

63 

- 

63 

- 


- 


63 

63 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Mar { 1951 *) . . 

39 

39 

- 

39 

- 


- 

■ ; ml 

39 

39 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Jun. ..... 

3 

3 

“ 

3 

- 


- 


3 

3 

“ 


- 

- 

■ 




AIRMAN CA! 

5UALTXES 

- NON AIRCREW 






TOTAL . . 

88 


8 

23 

1 

46 

1 

i*2 

3i 

21 

1 

2 

4 

- 

- 

FY 1951-Total. 

66 


4 

18 

- 

40 

- 

40 

26 

18 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

15 


1 

4 

_ 

10 

_ 

10 

5 

4 

. 

1 

. 

- 

- 

Dec. 

37 


2 

12 

- 

20 

- 

20 

16 

12 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • - 

7 


1 

1 

- 

4 

- 

4 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- : 

- 

- 

Jun. 

9 


- 

1 

T 

6 

* 

6 

3 

1 

2 

- 

- 

- 

■ 

FY 1952-Total. 



4 

1 

- 

4 

- 

4 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • 

By 


2 

. 

_ 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

3 


- 

1 

- 

2 

- 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) • ■ 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

3 

2 

2 

- 


1 

- 

1 

- 

“ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953 -T 0 tal. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- ; 

- 

- 


_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

■ 

- 


2 

1 

- 

4 

1 

1 

1 

- 

8 

4 

- 

- 

it 

- 

- 

Sep (1953) ■ • 

5 

1 

- 

. 

1 

1 

1 

- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

4 

- 

- 

Dec. 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

Mar (195*0 ■ ■ 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

Jun .. . 

- 

1 _- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

* 

" 




. 




(Continued) 






































































































TABLE 71 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES BY TYPE AND BY GRADE OF PERSONNEL - 
86 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 


(These data are'based on date of occurrence and adjustments have been completed through 30 June 1954.- Data include 
both air and ground operations.) • 


Date 

Total 

Officer 

Airman 


Total 

Col 

Lt 

Col 

MaJ 

Capt 

1st 

Lt 

2nd 

Lt 

Total 

MSGT 

T6OT 

SSGT 

A/lc 

A/2e 

A/3c 

A/B 




TOTAL CA 

SUALTIES 




TOTAL . . 

1,041 

1,330 

12 

26 

§2 

M 

677 

222 

511 

26 

£2 

124 

124 

150 

52 

8 

FY 1951-Total. 

686 

454 

2 

2 

22 

112 

232 

§ 3 . 

232 

ii 

11 

n 

46 

52 

21 

5 

Bep (1950) . . 

166 

103 

_ 

1 

5 

22 

60 

15 

03 

4 

3 

25 

u 

11 

7 

2 

Dec. 

205 

109 

1 

1 

8 

31 

51 

17 

96 

6 

3 

30 

13 

29 

12 

3 

Mar (1951) • • 

126 

97 

1 

2 

4 

25 

57 

a 

29 

- 

6 

3 

9 

9 

2 

- 

Jun. 

109 

145 

1 

5 

5 

Ul 

64 

29 

44 

3 

5 

13 

13 


- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

222 

270 

4 

5 

10 

60 

144 

1*1 

52 

2 

2 

10 

16 


11 

2 

Sep (1951) - ■ 

81 

74 

1 

_ 

2 

23 

33 

15 


- 

- 

1 

1 

4 

1 

- 

Dec. 

126 

91 

1 


5 

20 

54 

11 


2 

2 

6 

8 

8 

8 

1 

Mar (1952) - ■ 

05 

59 

- 

2 

3 

12 

28 

14 


- 

- 

2 

2 

1 

1 

- 

Jun. 

57 

46 

2 

3 

- - 

5 

29 

7 

11 

- 

- 

1 

5 

3 

1 

1 

FY 1953-Total. 

140 

m 

- 

2 

2 

ii 

52 

a 

21 

i 

- 

2 

10 

12 

2 

1 

Sep ( 1952 ) . . 

49 

35 

. 

1 

3 

7 

15 

a/ 9 

14 

2 

- 

- 

6 

6 

- 

- 

Dec. 

30 

21 

, 

1 

3 

1* 

10 

3 

9 

- 

- 

2 

1 

5 

1 

- 

Mar (1953) • ■ 

22 

17 

a/- 

a/" 

a/l 

5 / 2 

a /12 

5/ 2 

5 

1 

5 /- 

- 

a/ - 

1/ 3 

- 

1 

Jun. 

39 

30 



2 

5 / 4 

15 

5/ 9 

9 

- 


“ 

3 

5 

1 

- 

FY 195*1 -Total. 

668 

484 

1 

11 

20 

Ul 

243 


184 

1 

2 

44 

51 

5§ 

15 

- 

Sep (1953) ■ • 

243 

168 

2 

6 

a/7 

a /28 

a /95 

a/30 

75 

4 

1 

19 

a /21 

2 l 

i/3 

- 

Dec. 

245 

101 

2 

4 

8 

45 

83 

39 

64 

2 

6 

15 

17 

18 

6 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

153 

111 

- 

- 

4 

36 

56 

15 

42 

1 

2 

10 

13 

10 

6 

- 

Jun. 

27 

24 

1 

1 

1 

2 

9 

10 

3 

" 

“ 

“ 

2 

1 

' 

' 




DEATHS b/ 


TOTAL . . 

1,180 

894 

8 

12 


211 

W 

m 

286 

B 

20 

80 

§2 

12 


2 

FY 1951-Total. 

422 

302 

2 

7 


12 

150 

1*2 

120 

1 

10 

42 


n 


2 

Sep (1950) . 

106 

74 

_ 

1 

5 

15 

40 

13 

32 

2 

2 

17 


3 

2 

1 

Dec. 

127 

76 

1 

- 

6 

19 

35 

15 

51 

3 

3 

19 


15 

4 

1 

Mar ( 1951 ) . . 

63 

56 

1 

1 

1 

18 

32 

3 

7 

- 

2 

1 


3 

- 

- 

Jun. 

126 

96 

- 

5 

3 

27 

43 

18 

30 

2 

3 

12 


4 

- 

“ 

FY 1952-Total. 

217 

182 

2 

5 

1 

a£ 

g 

25 

21 

2 

2 

6 



2 

1 

Sep (1951) . . 

57 

52 

1 

. 

2 

13 

25 

11 

5 

- 

- 

1 



1 

- 

Dec. 

70 

53 

L 

- 

2 

10 

32 

8 

■a 

2 

2 

2 



6 

- 

Mar <L952) ■ • 

52 

47 

- 

2 

3 

9 

22 

11 

99 

- 


2 



1 

- 

Jun. 

38 

30 

1 

3 


4 

17 

5 

8 

- 


1 

3 

2 

1 

1 

FY 1953-Total. 

2®. 

_78 

- 

1 

6 

12 

42 


14 

2 



6 

6 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . .. 

45 

32 

_ 

1 

3 

7 

lU 

7 

13 

2 


- 

6 

5 

- 

- 

Dec. 

17 

16 

- 

- 

3 

2 

8 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

" 

1 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) • • 

13 

13 

- 

- 

- 

1 

10 

2 

- 

- 

■ - 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

Jun. 

17 

17 

- 

- 


2 

10 

5 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

” 

FY 1954-Total. 

449 

22E 

2 

6 

Q 

§6 

156 

§1 

m 

2 

8 

25 

25 

Hi 

12 

- 

Sap (1953) ■ ■ 

24 

16 

. 

1 

H 

3 

8 

3 

8 

- 

- 

- 

3 

5 

- 

- 

Dec. 

245 

181 

2 

4 

K9 

45 

83 

39 

64 

2 

6 

15 

17 

18 

6 

- 

Mar (1954) . . 

153 

111 

- 

- 

H1 

36 

56 

15 

42 

1 

2 

10 

13 

10 

6 

- 

Jun. 

27 

2h 

1 

1 

H 

2 

9 

10 

3 

- 

‘ 

' 

2 

1 




(Continued) 









































































































TABLE 71 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES BY TYPE AND BY GRADE OF PERSONNEL - 
IS JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Cokti mi ko) 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and adjustment b have been completed through 30 June 1954*. Data include 
both air and ground operations.) 


Date 

Total 

~ 

Officer 




Airman 

■■ 



Total 

Col 

Lt 

Col 

Ma3 

Capt 

1st 

Lt 

2nd 

Lt 

Total 

MSf7T 

TSC7T 

SSGT 

A/lc 

A/2C 


a/b 




WOUNDED OR INJURED 

TOTAL - . 

222 

243 

1 

2 

ii 

§2 

12£ 

i!i 

y6 

6 

6 

25 

ii 

44 

n 

i 

FT 1951-Total. 

121 

137 

1 

2 

I 

2 ® 

Ii 

16 

2§ 

i 

6 

12 

m 

28 

a 

2 

Sep (1950) . . 

U 7 

25 

_ 

* 

_ 

6 

17 

2 

22 

1 

1 

6 


c/ 6 

4 

- 

Dec. 

71 

30 

- 

1 

2 

11 

c/l4 

2 

4l 

3 

- 

10 


c /11 

8 

2 

Mar (1951) . . 

55 

36 

- 

1 

3 

7 

l/Sl 

4 

19 

- 

3 

c/ 2 


•d \ 

1 

- 

JUB...... 

60 

46 

1 

“ 

2 

l4 

c/21 

8 

l4 

1 

2 

1 


6 

- 

■ 

nr 1952 -Total. 

102 

81 

- 

- 

i 

21 

iti 

12 

21 

- 

- 

4 

0 

6 

2 

1 

Sep ( 1951 ) • ■ 

22 

21 

_ 

_ 

_ 

9 

6 

4 

1 

- 

* 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

1*9 

33 

- 

- 

3 

e 

19 

3 

16 

- 

- 

4 

4 

5 

2 

1 

Mar (1952) . . 

13 

12 

- 

- 

- 

3 

6 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

18 

15 

- 

- 

- 

1 

12 

2 

3 


* 

- 

2 

1 

- 

“ 

nr 1953 -Totai. 


24 

- 

1 

i 

u 

10 

6 

18 

1 

- 

2 

4 

2 

2 

- 

Sep (1952) . - 


3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Dec. 

■ml 

5 

- 

1 

- 

2 

2 

- 

6 

- 

- 

2 

1 

2 

1 

- 

Mar (1953) • ■ 

8 

4 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

2 

- 

4 

1 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

Jun. 

19 

12 

- 

* 

2 

1 

5 

4 

7 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

1 

■ 

FT 1954 -Total. 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

- 

Sep (1953) ■ • 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

c/l 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

I 

c/ 1 

- 

- 

Dec. 

• 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954) ■ • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

* 

Jun. 

- 


- 

- 

- 

■ 

■ 

" 

~ 

” 

“ 


II 

" 

‘ 

' 




RETURNED 

TO MILITARY 

CONTRO 

L 


total • • 

264 

174 

2 

5 

6 

a 

2® 

ii 

go 

5 

2 

22 

21 

m 

i 

2 

nr 1951-Total. 

ii 

ii 

- 

- 

- 

2 

2 

4 

16 

1 

1 

i 

2 

6 

2 

1 

Sep (1950) • • 

13 

4 

_ 

_ 


1 

3 

- 

? 

1 

- 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

Dec. 

7 

3 

- 

- 

- 

1 

2 

- 

4 

- 

- 

1 


3 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • • 

8 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

1 

3 

- 

1 

- 


1 

1 

- 

Jun. 

3 

3 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

• 

- 

■ 


" 

_ 

" 

nr 1952 -Total. 

10 

1 

1 

- 

- 

i 

i 

- 

i 

_ 

- 

- 

fl 

2 

- 

- 

Sep ( 1951 ) ■ • 

2 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Dec. 

7 

5 

- 

- 

- 

2 

3 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) ■ • 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

1 

1 

1 

- 


- 

- 

- 


■ 

“ 

■ 

- 

" 

~ 

” 

FY 1953-Total. 

6 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

i 

- 

- 

- 

- 

k 

- 

1 

Sep (1952) • • 


- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) . . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

Jun. 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

L 

- 

- 

2 

“ 

“ 

- 

* 

2 

“ 

■ 

FY 1954-Total. 

217 

151 

2 

i 

6 

ii 

86 

ii 

66 

4 

1 

12 

18 

21 

i 

- 

Sep (1953) • ■ 

217 

151 

2 

5 

6 

25 

86 

27 

66 

4 

1 

19 

18 

21 

3 

- 

Dec. 

- 

- 




- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Mar <195>») • • 

- 

- 





- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Jun...... 

~ 

“ 

H 

■ 

■ 


” 

“ 


' 

' 







a/ Includes 35 personnel still carried misDing-in-act!on. 
b j Includes 11 personnel died of wounds received In action. 

cj Includes 11 personnel, who subsequently died of wounds, also reported In total deaths. 


308700 0 - 54 -9 






















































































I 1 0 


TABLE 72 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR OPERATIONS ONLY, 
fay TYPE OF AIRCRAFT - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF mill tary personnel only. \djuntanents have been c omple ted 
through 30 June 1954. 


Casualties 
By Type 
Aircraft 

^otal 

fy 1951 

] FY 1952 

FY 1953 

FY 19 

54 5/ 

m 

Dec 

E2S 

Jun 

El 

Dec 

1K3I 

Jun 

Sep 

;i952) 

Dec 

Mar 

1953) 

Jun 

Sep 

1953) 

Dec 

Mar 

1954) 

Jun 



DEATHS 

TOTAL . 

1.144 

100 

23 

is 

125 

22 

fa. 

& 

33 


is 

11 

18 

S3 

245 

149 

27 

B-26 .... 

283 

19 

15 

17 

3 

12 

5 

3 

1 

2 

4 

2 

- 

- 

116 

75 

9 

B -29 .... 

280 

21 

lh 

14 

56 

2 

30 

7 

12 

24 

3 

1 

- 

13 

49 

34 

- 

F -51 .... 

131 

23 

15 

10 

16 

15 

10 

6 

7 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

18 

10 

- 

f-80 .... 

160 

17 


l4 

29 

14 

13 

8 

5 

5 

2 

4 

- 

1 

23 

7 

1 

F -82 .... 

23 

6 


- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

2 

- 

F-84 .... 

98 

_ 


1 

1 

9 

6 

18 

6 

5 

5 

3 

9 

2 

16 

8 

7 

F-86 .... 

47 

- 


1 

1 

2 

3 

2 

2 

4 

2 

- 

7 

3 

10 

5 

5 

F- 91 * .... 

6 



- 

- 

" 

" 

2 

- 

- 

- 

* 

‘ 


■ 


4 

C-46 .... 

3 

. 

m 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-4T .... 

9 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

4 

- 

C-54 ■ • ■ • 

14 

5 

3 

6 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

C-119. ■ ■ • 

15 

- 

3 

3 

8 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

* 



- 

- 

t-6. 

33 

7 

2 

3 

1 

3 

2 

■■ 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

3 


3 

1 

T-33 .... 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

§9 

- 

- 

- 

* 


“ 


- 

■ 

H-5. 

5 

_ 

2 

_ 

- 

2 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

1-5. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

* 


- 




- 

- 

RF-51. • ♦ • 

5 

- 

. 

1 

1 

. 

. 


- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

I 

1 

- 

HF-ao. . . . 

12 

2 

- 

1 

- 

* 

* 

3 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

3 



RB-26. . . . 

4 


- 

4 

. 

. 

. 

m 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

■0 

- 

- 

RB-29. . . . 

5 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

RB-45. . . . 

4 

- 

4 

- 

- 


- 


■ 

- 

■ 

■ 

“ 

" 

1 

~ 

- 

SB-29. ■ . ■ 

3 


■ 

3 

. 

_ 

_ 


- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

SA-16. . . . 


- 

■ 


- 

- 

- 

■ 

" 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

1 


_ 

Other. . . • 

1 

- 



- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 




WOUNDED IN 

ACTIO 

N 


TOTAL • 

316 

31 

ia 

si 

22 

20 

46 

n 

n 

6 

a 

10 

12 

- 

- 

- 

- 

B-26 .... 

63 

8 

3 

9 

9 

8 

4 

2 

1 

2 

3 

4 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

B -29 .... 

91 

11 

22 

3 

19 


28 

1 

2 

2 

' 

3 

- 


- 

■ 

■ 

F- 51 .... 

4l 

9 

3 

3 

12 

4 

3 

4 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


F -80 .... 

33 

3 

7 

13 

4 

3 

3 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

* 

- 



F- 82 .... 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

“ 

- 


F-84 .... 

11 

. 

_ 

- 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

- 

- 

2 

1 

“ 

- 

- 


F-86 .... 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

1 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 


F-94 .... 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

“ 

- 

~ 


C-46 .... 

6 


6 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


C-!»7 .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


C-54 .... 

5 

- 

I 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


C-119. ■ ■ ' 

3 



3 

- 

- 

- 

- 


" 

“ 

“ 

■ 

” 

* 

_ 


T -6. 

32 

- 

2 

7 

3 

3 

6 

1 

5' 

1 

- 

1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T-33 .... 

Ifij 


- 

- 

- 

“ 

~ 

" 

" 

“ 

“ 

_ 

“ 


- 


* 

H-5. 

I 

1 


_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-5. .... 


" 


- 

~ 

- 

- 

" 

- 

* 


■ 

“ 

“ 

■ 

* 

_ 

RF- 51 . . . . 


. 


_ 

_ 

1 


1 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

■ 

- 


RF-80. . . . 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 


- 

~ 

- 


RB-26. . . . 

■ 

_ 



. 

_ 

_ 


- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


RB-29. . . . 

5 

2 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


KB-45. . . . 


- 


- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

" 

* 


SB-29. * . * 

IH 

_ 


9 

_ 

- 

- 

, 

- 

- 

- 

- - 

- 

- 

- 

- 


SA-16. . . . 

wm 



- 

1 

* 

- 

- 

- 

■ 

■ 

_ 



" 

_ 


Other. . . .. 

■ 

_1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

__ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


(Continued) 















































































111 


\ 


TABLE 72 — USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES RESULTING FROM AIR OPERATIONS ONLY, 
BY TYPE OF AIRCRAFT - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Coktinu*d) 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only. Adjustments have been completed 
through 30 June 1954. 


Casualties 


FT 1951 

FT 1952 


FY 

1953 


FY 1954 


By Type 
Aircraft 

Total 


Dec 

V 

Shot 

Jun 

IB 

Dec 


Jun 

Sep 

1 1952) 

Dec 

TtSfi 

Jun 

Sep 

1953)] 

Dec 




MISSING IN ACTION 


TOTAL - 

1,261 


22 

100 

104 

102 

m 

m 

100 

22 

80 

IS 


i2 

. 

. 

. 

B-26 .... 

3 SU 


34 

43 

31 

*>3 

21 

36 

30 

21 

21 

10 

9 

8 

. 

. 

. 

B-29 .... 

3l2 


12 

12 

65 

12 

*•3 

18 

27 

■a 

36 

hi 

- 

- 


" 

- 

F-51.... 

122 

23 

17 

11 

22 

19 

Ik 

13 

n 


2 


_ 

. 

_ 


. 

F-00 .... 

16U 

is 

is 

17 

3 1 * 

22 

15 

12 

8 

El 

4 

7 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-02 .... 

13 

6 

1 

k 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

■l 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-84 .... 

121 

- 

1 

3 

8 

8 

17 

20 

13 

16 

10 

7 

12 

6 

- 

- 

- 

f-86 .... 

65 

- 

2 

L 

4 

2 

5 

8 

6 

8 

4 

5 

15 

5 

- 

- 

- 

F-94 .... 

6 

- 

- 



- 


2 





h 


" 

- 

- 

c-46 .... 

7 



_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

7 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

C-U7 .... 

6 

. 

2 

. 

4 


_ 



_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 

C-54 .... 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

. 

. 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-119- • • - 

0 

- 


- 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T-6. 

35 

6 

4 

5 

2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T-33 • • ■ • 

2 

" 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

" 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H-5. 

u 


2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

L-5. 

- 

• 

~ 

- 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FR-51- . . . 

LO 


_ 

1 

1 

_ 

* 

5 

_ 

1 

2 

. 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

RF-SO. . . . 


2 

2 


1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 


WM 

1 

- 

- 

- 


SB-26. . . . 
SB-29- . . . 
SB-45. . . . 




B 

- 

- 


- 

- 


1 

■ 

i 

- 

* 

- 

- 

SB-29. • * • 

1 









_ 



■ 

_ 

_ 



SA-16. . . . 

Other.... 



■ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


I 

1 

- 


- 

- 


Other. . . 












































3ABLE 73 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES BY COMMAND - 25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 1954. - KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing In Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; POV - Prisoner of War.) 


Date 

End 

of 

Period 

Total 

*/ ! 

Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 



Total 

5/ 

KIA 

MIA 

to 

KIA 

zf 

DOW 

sJ 

Total 

5/ 

Died 

Of 

Wounds 

=/ 

Re¬ 
turned 
to Duty, 
Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc 

y 

Total 

w 

Miss¬ 

ing 

to 

Killed 

in 

Action 

sJ 

Returned to 
MiLltary Control 


Cur¬ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 

To 

Duty 

With 

Wounds 

«/ 

From 

PCW 

POW 

(1) 

(2) 


i 

151 

(6) 

(7) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

FBI 

(12) 


BSD 

(15) 








FAR 

EAST AIR 

FORCE 





TOTAL . . 

hM 

892 

1 

77*4 

1 

226 

1 

1§2 

m. 

ZE* 

33 

6 

332 

- 

12 


515 

318 

2* 

258 

6 

186 

6 

180 

282 

m 

a 

4 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

L32 

8*4 

9 

7*4 

1 

38 

1 

37 

87 

74 

11 

2 

, 

_ 

_ 

Dec. 

1*45 

85 

25 

57 

3 

58 

3 

55 

64 

57 

5 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • • 

110 

66 

13 

52 

1 

40 

L 

39 

57 

52 

5 


- 

- 

- 

Jun. ..... 

138 

83 

7 

75 

1 

50 

1 

49 

81 

75 

6 



- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

236 

l6l 

22 

132 

- 

23 

- 

70 

331 

32 

2 


- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • • 

71 

48 

12 

36 


21 

_ 

21 

38 

36 

2 


- 

_ 

- 

Dec. 

63 

37 

2 

35 

- 

24 

- 

24 

37 

35 

2 ! 


- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . • 

55 

**3 

9 

3*4 

- 

12 

- 

12 

34 

34 

- • 


- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

>47 

33 

6 

27 

- 

13 

- 

13 

28 

27 

1 , 


- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

102 

!tl 

■n 

31 

- 

32 

- 

32 

62 

a 

1 

2 

3 

- 

32 

Sep (1952) • • 

16 

12 


12 

_ 

3 

- 

3 

13J 

12 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

Dec. 

21 

9 


7 

- 

11 

- 

11 

10 

? 

- 

2 

- 

- 

1 

Mar (1953) . . 

35 

13 


12 

- 

6 

- 

6 

28 

12 

1 : 

- 

- 

- 

15 

Jun...... 

37 

13 


6 

“ 

19 

" 

19 

11 

6 

- ; 

- 

3 

- 

2 

FT 195*1 -Total'. 

512 

366 


3J47 

1 

1 

1 

- 

!t23 

3 !a 

•- 

- 

33i 

- 

10 

Sep (1953) • ■ 

167 

21 

18 

2 

1 

1 

1 

. 

148 

2 

- 

- 

136 

. 

10 

Dec. 

202 

202 



- 

. 

. 


202 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954) • . 

118 

118 

_ 

118 

- 

- 

- 


ns 

ns 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

25 

25 

- 

25 

- 


" 


25 

25 

- 

- 

" 

■ 

■ 








STRATEGIC AIR 

COMAHD 



TOTAL . . 



32 

m 

- 

31 

- 

31 

217 

333 

3 

- 

52 

- 

- 

FY 1951-Total. 

z 1 

11 

32 

54 

- 

24 

- 


2l 

3i 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

26 

19 

1 

is 

_ 

7 

- 


18 

18 


_ 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

25 

15 

12 


- 

10 

- 

ism 

3 

3 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • • 

5 

*4 

1 

m\ 

- 

1 

- 

1 

3 

3 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun...... 

4l 

35 

5 

30 

- 

6 

- 

6 

30 

30 

§a 


- 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

§3 

33: 

11 

20 

- 

a 

- 

a 

a 

20 

3 ! 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) • • 

4 

4 

_ 

4 

. 

_ 

- 

_ 

4, 

4 

. 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

Dec. 

56 

27 

11 

16 

- 

24 

- 

24 

21 

16 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) • - 

2 


- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. ..... 

1 

- 

- 

- 

* 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

27 

a 

- 

a 

- 

- 

- 

- 

a 

a 1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . . 

24 

24 

_ 

24 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

24 ! 

24 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) . . 
Jun. 



- 

■ 


: 

- 

- 



- 

- 



" 

Tl 1954-Total. 


52 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

111 

31 

- 

- 

32 

- 

- 

Sep (1953) • • 


. 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 

59 

- 

. 

- 

59 

- 

- 

Dec. 


28 

- 

28 

. 

- 

- 

- 

28 

28 : 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (195*4) . . 


24 

- 

24 

- 

- 

- 

- 

24 

24 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

m 

- 


- 

- 

' 



‘ 

‘ 


' 

’ 




(Continued) 
































































































Table 73 — usaf korean battle casualties by command — 

25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Continued) 

(These data are baaed on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 195**. KIA - Killed In Action; MIA * Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; POW * Prisoner of War.) 


Date 

End 

of 

Period 

Total 

2/ 

Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 

Total 

y 

KIA 

MIA 

to 

KIA 

2 / 

DOW 

£/ 

Total 

5/ 

Died 

of 

Wounds 

=/ 

Re¬ 
turned 
to Duty, 
Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc. 

4/ 

Total 

w 

Miss¬ 

ing 

to 

Killed 

in 

Action 

9 / 

Returned To 
Military Control 

POW 

Cur¬ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 

To 

Duty 

With 

Wounds 

=/ 

From 

POW 

( 1 ) 

( 2 ) 


FBI 

3 

(6) 

( 7 ) 

(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

( 11 ) 

(12) 

HBI 

Roi 

( 15 ) 



MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE 



TOTAL • • 

& 

21 

I 


2 

12 

2 

16 

12 


LI 


• 

1 

- 

- 

FY 1951-Total. 

21 

is 

81 

1 

2 

12 

3 

16 

7 


1 

- 

• 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) ■ ■ 

2 

- 


- 

. 

2 

- 

2 

- 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

6 

3 


2 

. 

3 

- 

3 

2 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) • ■ 

17 

7 


- 

3 

13 

3 

10 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun.. 

6 

5 


5 

- 

1 

“ 

1 

5 


5 

- 

" 

_ 

* 

- 

FY 1952-Total. 

2 

2 

2 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 


1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Sep (1951) • . 

Dec. 

Mar (1952) . . 

2 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


- 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

. 

Jun. 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 


1 

" 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . . 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 


- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

_ 

- 



_ 

- 

* 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) ■ • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


“ 

. - 


" 

■ 

- 

FY 195 I 1 -Total. 

k 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 


3 

Z. 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Sep ( 1953 ) . . 

1 

~ 

_ 

■ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

1 


- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Dec. 

3 

3 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

3 


3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar ( 195 U) . . 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

~ 


- 

- 

Jun. 

~ 

" 

■ 

9 

- 

~ 

- 

“ 

■ 


' 

“ 

” 

‘ 

' 

' 




TACT 

ICAL AIR 

COMMAND 







TOTAL . . 


52 

12 

47 

- 

■ 

- 

m 

6l 


47 . 

- 

- 

10 

- 

4 

FY 1951-Total. 


1 h_ 

8 

6 

- 


- 

■9 

6 


6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . 


3 

2 

1 

_ 


- 


• 1 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 


6 

3 

3 

- 


- 


3 


3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) . . 


3 

3 


- 


- 


- 


- 

. - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 


2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 


2 


2 

- 

* 

* 


- 

FY 1952-Total. 

21 

18 

2 

is 

- 

2 

- 

2 

16 


16 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1951) . . 

5 

k 


4 

_ 

1 

- 

1 

4 


4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 

u 

3 

1 

2 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

2 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1952) . . 

9 

8 

1 

7 

- 

1 

- 

1 

7 


7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun...... 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

■ ■ 

■ 

iwiSS 

3 


3 

- 


- 

- 

- 

FY 1953-Total. 

m 

i2 

1 

12 

- 




12 


12 

" 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1952) . . 

m 

4 

. 

4 

_ 




4 


k 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dec. 


5 

- 

5 

_ 




5 


5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) • • 



- 


- 



■ ' 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 

JE 

k 

1 

3 

- 

H)#:- 


Mitral 

3 


3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1954 -Total. 

28 

14 

1 

ii 

- 


,8Bjl 

9 

ZL 


12 

- 

- 

10 

- 

4 

Sep (1953) • • 

16 

2 

1 

1 

_ 




15 


1 

- 

- 

10 

- 

4 

Dec. 

5 

5 

- 

5 

- 



SR! S 

5 


5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1954) ■ • 

5 

5 

- 

5 

- 



H l 1 

5 


5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun...... 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

1 

mm 

■ 

2 


2 

' 

' 

■ 


' 


(Continued) 



































































































TABLE 73 - USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES BY COMMAND - 
25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Coktikuko) 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 June 195^- KIA - Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received in Action; POV - prisoner of War.) 




Dead 

Wounds 

Missing 









Re- 


Miss- 

Returned to 











turned 


ing 

Military Control 




Total 1 



MU 



Died j 

to Duty, 


to 





Cur- 



Total 

KIA 

to 

DOW 

Total 

of ! 

Evacu- 

Total 

Killed 




POW 

rent 

of 




KIA 



Wounds : 

ated. 


in 

To 

With 

From 


Miss- 

Period 








Etc. 


Action 

Duty 

Wounds 

POW 


tag 


5 / 

y 


y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 


y 





( 1 ) 

( 2 ) 

m 

181 

1 

(6) 

(?) 

(8) 

(9) 

( 10 ) 

1811 

( 12 ) 



(15) 


AIR 

DEFENSE i 

COMMAND 






TOTAL . . 

16 

a 

1 

12 

1 

2 

1 

8 

£ 

i2 

- 

- 

11 

- 

2 

FY 1951-Total. 

6 

1 

2 

1 

- 

1 

- 

2 

1 

1 ; 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sep (1950) . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1951) ■ ■ 

2 

2 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 | 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


Jun. 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- ] 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FY 1952-Total. . 

2 

1 

2 

2 

- 

u 

- 

k 

2 

2 : 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ ! 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


3 

3 

2 

1 

_ 

, 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 


1 

1 

- 

1 

, 


_ 

_ 

1 

1 ! 

_ 

_ 


a. 

_ 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- ! 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


h 

1 

- 

1 

- 

1 

■- 

1 

2 

1 

- 

- 

1 - 

- 

- 

Bap (1952) ■ ■ 

3 

2 

* 

2 

- 

1 

- 

1 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mar (1953) ■ ■ 

_ 

_ 

1 

I 



1 

I 

I 


1 



: 


Jun. 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

fl 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

FT 1951-Total. 

27 


- 

±2 

1 

! 1 

1 

- 

26 

a 

- 

- 

11 

- 

2 

Sep (1953) . . 

Ik 


_ 

_ 

l 

1 

1 

_ 

13 

_ 


_ 

n 

_ 

2 

Dec. 

8 


, - 

8 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

8 

6 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Mar (1951) . . 

5 


- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jun. 


■ 


' 

- 

- 

- 


” 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Total casualties consist of "total deaths," persons "wounded, but who returned to duty, etc,' 1 , persons "missing, 
but returned to duty,** "prisoners of war," "prisoners of war returned to military control," and "current missing." 

b/ Represents all persons ever reported (for periods specified) under the respective categories (dead, wounded, and 
missing). 

c/ Columns (1») and (lO), and (5) and (7) are duplicated in order to show source and eventual disposition of certain 
sub-categories and to add to totals - columns (2) and (6); however, duplication of figures is not reflected in 
"total" column (l). 

d/ Figures shown in column (12) are also included in column (8), but only column (8) is Included in column (l) - 
"total". 

Source: Personnel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/Casptroller 
























































1 15 


TABLE 74 — USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES BY STATE OF RESIDENCE 
*5 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 


(These data are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been c o m p leted through 30 June 19^t. KIA * Killed in Action; MIA - Missing in Action; DOW - Died of Wounds 
Received In Action; FOW - Prisoner of War.) 





Dead 



Wounded 




Missing 





Total 

a/ 



MIA 

to 

KIA 

sJ 



Died 

of 

Wounds 

y 

Re¬ 
turned 
to Duty, 


Miss¬ 

ing 

to 

Returned To 
Military Control 



State of 
Residence 

Total 

y 

KIA 

DOW 

y 

Total 

y 

Evacu¬ 
ated, 
Etc. 

a/ 


Killed 

In 

Action 

y _ 

To 

Duty 

_ 

With 

Wounds 

y 

From 

P0W 

P0W 

_ 

rent 

Miss¬ 

ing 


a) 

( 2 ) 

i 

IB1 

m 

(6) 

( 7 ) 

(8) 

( 9 ) 

(10) 

ubi 

( 12 ) 

RSI 

IBM 

( 15 ) 







TOTAL CASUALTIES - OFFICER AND AIRMAN 






TOTAL . . 

l,84l 

1,180 



m 

2ffi 

11 

rm 

l>303 

1,004 

28 

6 

220 

- 

21 

Alabana.... 

28 

19 

3 

16 

i 

3 


3 

22 

l6 

1 

_ 

k 


1 

Arizona. . . . 

ia 

lk 

2 

12 


1 


1 

15 

12 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

Arkansas ... - 

17 

12 

1 

11 


2 


2 

It 

11 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

California . . 

232 

165 

16 

1 U 7 

2 

30 

2 

28 

186 

147 

3 

- 

33 

- 

3 

Colorado . . • 

21 

13 

1 

11 

1 

5 

1 

t 

15 

11 

3 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Connecticut. . 

19 

l6 

2 

It 

- 

1 

- 

1 

16 

it 



2 


* 

Delaware . . . 
District of 

5 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 


- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

Columbia . . 

15 

11 

2 

9 

- 

3 

' 

3 

10 


- 

- 

1 


■ 

] Florida. . . . 

54 

k2 

k 

38 

- 

7 

- 

7 

*>3 


1 

- 

3 

- 

1 

Georgia. 

28 

23 

■ 

23 

- 

3 

- 

3 

25 


- ; 

- 

2 

- 

- 

Idaho. .... 

1** 

7 

1 

6 

_ 

2 

_ 

2 

11 


- 

- 

4 

- 

1 

Illinois . . . 

76 

52 

8 

43 

1 

12 

1 


56 | 

43 

2 

- 

7 

- 

t 

TridlanA..... 

33 

22 

3 

19 

_ 

1 

- 

HKK 

27 

19 

- 

1 

7 

" 

- 

Iowa. 

31 

22 

3 

19 

- 

3 

" 

iH 

25 

19 

* 


t 


2 

Kansas .... 

2t 

1^ 

3 

11 

_ 

1 

_ 

mm 

20 

! U 

- 

- 

9 

- 

- 

Kentucky . . . 

23 

15 

3 

12 

- 

6 

- 

6 

15 

1 12 

- 

1 

2 

_ 

- 

Louisiana. . . 

27 

22 

3 

19 

- 

3 

- 

3 

22 

19 

- 

1 

2 

- 

- 

Maine. 

18 

It 

2 

12 

_ 

I 


in 

15 

12 

_ 

- 

3 

- 

- 

Maryland . . . 

34 

19 

1 

18 

- 

7 

- 

H 

26 

18 

1 

- 

6 

- 

1 

Massachusetts. 

33 

26 

1 

20 

2 

9 

2 


20 

20 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Michigan . . . 

50 

35 

5 

30 

- 

U 

- 


t2 

30 

- 

1 

10 

“ 

1 

Minnesota. . . 

37 

30 

6 

2t 

_ 

2 

_ 


29 

2t 

1 

* 

2 

- 

2 

Mississippi. . 

is 

13 

2 

11 

. 

1 

- 


15 

11 

- 

- 

3 

- 

1 

Missouri . . . 

37 

23 

8 

15 


3 

- 

3 

26 

15 

3 


6 

“ 

2 

Montana.... 

7 

B 

2 


- 


* . 


5 

3 

- 

* 

1 

“ 

1 

Nebraska . . . 

22 


2 




_ 


16 

13 

- 

- 

1 

- 

2 

Nevada .... 

t 

M 

- 


- 


" 

j 

4 


- 

“ 

1 

“ 

- 

New Hampshire. 

2 

■H 

_ 


_ 




2 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

New Jersey . . 

18 


7 

27 

- 

8 

• 

8 

31 

27 

1 

1 

5 

“ 

• 

Rev Mexico . . 

13 


1 

10 



_ 

HUH 

12 

10 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

Rev York . . . 

111 

75 

9 

65 

1 


1 


84 

65 

5 

- 

11 

“ 

3 

North Carolina 

23 

16 

3 

13 

_ 

£9 

. 


16 

13 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

North Dakota . 

10 

6 

1 

5 

- 

2 

" 

2 

7 

5 

" 

" 

2 

“ 

“ 

Ohio. 

68 

16 

3 

*»3 


10 

_ 

10 

55 

43 

2 

- 


■ 

- 

Oklahona ... 

44 

30 

2 

27 

1 

9 

1 

8 

33 

27 

- 

“ 

mM 

s 

- 

Oregon .... 

22 

16 

2 

13 

1 

2 

1 

1 

18 

13 





" 

Pennsylvania . 

85 

60 

l 

53 

- 

12 

- 

12 

66 

53 

1 

- 

1 

fig 

3 

Rhode Island . 

11 

8 


8 

- 

1 

- 

1 


8 

- 

- 



- 

South Carolina 

It 

9 

■ 

8 


3 

_ 

3 


0 

- 

- 



1 

South Dakota . 

7 

4 

H 

4 


1 


1 


k 





1 


(Continued) 


t 


i 


























































TABLE 74 — USAF KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTIES BY STATE OF RESIDENCE - 
25 JUN 1950 THROUGH 27 JUL 1953 (Comtinuko) 

(These data are based on date of occurrence and Include USAF military personnel only (air and ground). Adjustments 
have been completed through 30 .June 195** • KZA - Killed In Action; MIA - Missing In Action; DCW - Died of Wounds 
Received In Action; POV - Prisoner of War.) 




Dead 

Wounded 

Missing 









Re- 


Miss- 












turned 


log 

Mill- 

tary Coni 

Lrol 




Total 



MIA 



Died 



Killed 






Residence 


Total 

KIA 

to 

DOW 

Total 

of 

ated. 

Total 

in 

To 

With 

From 

P0W 

Miss- 









Etc. 


Action 

Duty 

Wounds 

P0W 

' 

ing 


9 / 

b/ 


9 / 

8/ 

b/ 

9 / 

if 

b/ 

9 1 


9 / 


. 

!_ 



a) 

( 2 ) 

i 

1 

1 

(6) 

( 7 ) 

(8) 

(9) 

do) 


( 12 ) 

m 

1881 

us) 


TOTAL CASUALTIES - OFFICER AND AIRMAN (Continued) 


Tennessee. . . 

30 

24 

IB 

19 


2 


2 

19 

15 

1 


2 


1 

Texas. 

120 

86 

m 

69 

“ 

15 


15 

88 

69 

3 

- 

15 

- 

1 

Utah. 

10 

7 

9 

6 

- 

- 

II 

- 

9 

6 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

Vermont.... 

k 

3 


2 


_ 


_ 

3 

2 

_ 

_ 

1 

„ 

_ 

Virginia . . . 

b2 

28 

9 

19 

- 

5 


5 

28 

19 

1 

- 

7 

- 

1 

Washington . . 

29 

20 

3 

16 

1 

4 

1 

3 

22 

16 

1 

_ 

6 

_ 

_ 

West Virginia. 

29 

18 


is 

- 

4 

- 

4 

26 

18 

1 

1 

6 

- 

- 

Wisconsin. . . 

15 

U 


11 

_ 

1 

. 

1 

l4 

11 



3 



Wyoming. . . . 

6 

7 

1 

6 


1 

- 

1 

6 

6 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Alaska .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

• 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

i 

- 

Aleutians. • . 

- 

• 

* 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Hawaii .... 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 


- 

1 

1 

. 1 

- 

- 

- 1 

- 

U.S. at large. 

1 

1 

1 ; 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Canada .... 

2 

1 

- 

1 ! 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

- 


1 

- 

- 

Undetermined . 

167 

1 


1 

1 

160 

1 

159 ! 

7 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Total casualties consist of "total deaths", persons "wounded, but who returned to duty, etc.", persons "miasing" 
but returned to duty," "prisoners of war returned to military control 1 ', and current missing". 

b/ Represents all persons ever reported (for periods specified) under the respective categories (dead, wounded and 
missing). 

c j Categories (4) and (10), and (5) and ( 7 ) are duplicated in Order to show source and eventual disposition of cer¬ 
tain sub-categories and to add to totals - columns (2) and (6); however, duplication of figures Is not reflected 
in "total", column (l). 

d/ Figures shown in column (12) are also included lo column (8), but only column (8) is included In column (l) - 
"total". 

• 

Source: Personnel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/Comptroller, 










































Organizations - Combat and Airlift Units 


Pait II 


3OB70 0 0 - 54 (Taco p. 116} 


\ 

\ 




1 17 


ORGANIZATIONS- COMBAT AND AIRLIFT UNITS 


The tables Included In this section provide a summary of active USAF Organizations and summary data pertaining 
to composition, Btatus, deployment, aircraft, crews and operational readiness of the USAF Combat and Airlift Units, 
including supporting flying units, during the Fiscal Year 1953* 

In addition to information reflecting the status and deployment of the USAF Combat and Airlift Units, the tahles 
contain the following data by type of unit: Total units activated, equipped units by type and model of aircraft pos¬ 
sessed; authorized, on hand and combat ready aircraft and crews in units by type and model of aircraft and composi¬ 
tion of squadrons by Table of Organization reflecting authorization of aircraft, crews, crew personnel and military 
personnel. 


DEFINITIONS 


CCMBAT AMD AIRLIFT UNIT 

A classification of military force having an organization prescribed by the Department of the Air Force, the 
primary mission of which is one or more of the following; 

1. Destruction of enemy forces, resources, and/or installations, for example, bombardment and fighter units 
and Troop Carrier Units which have a mission of providing airlift for combat elements. 

2. Furnishing operational assistance to combat elements, for example, reconnaissance, troop carrier, and sup¬ 
porting flying units. 

A Combat Unit is said to be combat ready when it is manned, equipped and fully prepared to perform its combat 
mission. 


CCMBAT MISSION 


The combat mission of an organization is the specific combat task assigned or, if no specific combat task is 
assigned the task ordinarily performed by that type of organizations under combat conditions. In the latter case, 
the mission may be limited by the weapon in the possession of a unit. For example, a unit authorized Jet fighters 
but actually possessing F-51's will consider as its mission the type of operation ordinarily performed by F-51's. 


SUPPORT FORCES 


Support Farces as shown in the following tables are those flying units consisting of designated types other than 
those comprising a Combat Croup or Wing structure and having a mission of furnishing operational assistance to combat 
elements. 



TABLE 75 - SUMMARY OF ACTIVE USAF ORGANIZATIONS - AS OF 30 JUNE 1953 




LTJill 


Mlac b/ 

t7d . 


n 

H 


Wings 

T /° - Tq t&1 
Combat. . 
Non-Combat 

t/d . . . . 

Reserve . . 
Groups 

5Z5”“ Total 

Combat. 7 
Non-Combat 
T/D ... . 
Reserve . . 


T/D • • 

Reserve 

Plights 


t/d . . 

Reserve 


Mlsc 

“E70 

T/D 



^ Excludes Air Force Finance Division which Is a separate operating agency, 
b/ Includes FEAF Logistic Force, Alaskan Air Force Depot and Aviation Engineering Force. 
Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical services, DCS/C. 















































































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TABLE 76 - COMPOSITION OF COMBAT AND AIRLIFT SQUADRONS _ AS OF 30 JUNE 1953 


(The usual composition of the various Combat and Airlift Squadrons and the Supporting (Flying) Units are shown below for 30 June 1953•) 



TABLE OF ORGANIZATION a/ 

AIRCRAFT 

CREWS 


PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED 

TYPE OF SQUADRON 

NUMBER 

MONTH 

YEAR 

MAJOR 

TYPE 

AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

| NUMBER OF 
PERSONNEL 

IN CREW 

RATIO 

C/A 

AUTHORIZED 

TOTAL 

OFFICERS 

AIRMEN 

C CHEAT 

Bombardment, Heavy. ... . 

1-U76P 

Mar 

53 

B -36 

10 

12 


m 

362 

109 

253 

Bombardment, Medium . 

1-1172P 

Mar 

53 

B-29 

10 

10 



280 

88 

192 


1-1173P 

Mar 

53 

B-50D 

15 

18 



295 

85 

210 


1-1173P 

Mar 

53 

B-50A 

15 

18 



310 

100 

210 


1-1160P 

May 

52 . 

B-29 

10 

10 


K 

198 

61 

137 


1-1180P 

Mar 

53 i 

B-29 

10 

10 

12 

iSK 

209 

62 

147 

Bombardment, Medium Jet . 

1 - 1178 P 

Mar 

53 1 

b-47 

15 

18 

3 


172 

66 

106 

Bombardment, Light... 

r~ii23P 

Apr 

* i 

b-26 

16 

16 

3 


194 

55 

139 

Bombardment, Light Night Intruder .... 

1-1123W 

Apr 

52 

B -26 

16 

2 k 

3 


270 

82 

188 

1-1177V 

Mar 

52 

B -26 

2 k 

36 

4 

9a 

369 

nfl 

251 

Bombardment, Light Jet. 

1-1143P 

Dec 

51 

B -45 

16 

16 

4 


264 

56 

208 


1-1143 

Mar 

52 

b-45 

16 

20 

4 


296 

71 • 

225 

Strategic Fighter, Jet. 

1-I259P 

Mar 

53 i 

F-84g 

25 

30 

1 


92 

36 

56 

Fighter Bomber. 

1-1253P 

Aug 

52 

F-84/86 

25 

2 k 

1 

1.0 

160 

31 

129 

1-1253W 

Dec 

51 

F-00/84/86 

25 

36 

1 j 

1.5 

188 

43 

145 

Fighter Bomber/Inter cep tor._ 

1-1253P 

Dec 

51 

F-84/86 

25 

2 k 

1 

1.0 

162 

31 

131 

Fighter Interceptor ...... . 

1-1253P 

Aug 

52 

F-80/84/86 

25 

36 

1 

4.5 

189 

44 

145 

1 - 1253 W 

Dec 

51 

F-80/86 

25 

36 

1 

1.5 

195 

43 

152 


1-1254P 

Dec 

51 

F-94A/C 

12 

12 

2 

1.0 

206 

57 

149 


1-1255P 

AUg 

52 

F-94B 

25 

48 

2 

2.0 

337 

107 

230 


1-1255P 

Nov 

52 

F-94b 

25 

38 

2 

1.5 

313 ’ 1 

83 

230 


1 - 1255 W 

Dec 

51 ! 

F-94b 

25 

48 

2 

2.0 

380 

109 

271 


1 - 1256 P 

Aug 

52 

F-51 

25 

36 

1 

1.5 

178 

43 

135 


1-1257 

Jan 

52 

F-86D 

25 

50 

1 

2.0 

302 

60 

242 


1-1257 

Jan 

52 

F-94C 

25 

50 

2 

2.0 

352 

110 

242 


1-1257A 

Sep 

52 

F-94c 

12 

2 k 

2 ; 

2.0 

189 

57 

132 


1-1258 

Jan 

52 

P -89 

25 

50 

2 

2.0 

375 

11Q 

265 

Strategic Reconnaissance, Heavy . 

1-1U73P 

Mar 

53 

RB-36 

10 

12 

22 

1.25 

434 

133 

301 

Strategic Reconnaissance, Medium. 

1-1475P 

Mar 

53 

RB-50 

15 

is 

13 •: 

1.25 

316 

104 

212 

1-1478P 

May 

52 

RB-29 

10 

10 

10 i 

1.0 

199 

52 

147 

, 

1-1479P 

Mar 

53 

hb-47 

15 

is 

3 j 

1.25 

172 

66 

106 

Strategic Recon, Medium Electronics . . . 

1-1477P 

Mar 

53 

RB-50 

15 

22 

11 

1 

!.5 

492 

146 

346 


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TABLE 76 - COMPOSITION OF COMBAT AND AIRLIFT SQUADRONS -AS OF 30 JUNE 1953 (Continued) 
(See first page of this table for headnote) 


TYPE OF SQUADRON 


Strategic Recon, Medium photo «... 
Strategic Recon, Medium Photo Mapping 
Tactical Reconnaissance Night photo . 
Tactical Reconnaissance, Photo Jet. . 

AIRLIFT 

Troop Carrier, Heavy. 

Troop Carrier, Medium . 

Troop Carrier Assault Light (FW)- . . 

Troop Carrier Assault (RW). 

SUPPORT (FLYINO ) 

Air Transport, Heavy... . 

Air Transport, Medium. 

Air Refueling, Medium. 



mm 

AIRCRAFT 

CREWS 


PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

MONTH 

YEAR 

MAJOR 

TYPE 

AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

NUMBER OF 
PERSONNEL 
IN CREW 

RATIO 

c/a 

AUTHORIZED 

TOTAL 

OFFICERS 

AIRMEN 

1-11*80 

Mar 

53 

RB -29 

10 

V 10 

11 

1.0 

429 

70 

359 




RB-29 

2 

0 / 2 

Ik 

1.0 

- 



I- 1476 P 

Mar 

53 

RB-50 

15 

d/ « 

11 

1.25 

494 

129 

365 




7C-97 

5 

i/ 5 

5 

1.0 

- 

- 

- 

l-ll*33P 

Dec 

51 

RB-26 

is 

is 

3 

1.0 

218 

64 

154 

1 - 1 U 33 W 

Dec 

51 

KB-26 

18 

24 

3 

1.3 

301 

88 

213 

1-1123P 

Dec 

51 

RF-60 

18 

18 

1 

1.0 

1U3 

28 

115 

1 - 1 I 23 W 

Dec 

51 

RF-80 

18 

2 k 

1 

1.3 

218 

40 

178 

1 - 136 OP 

Dec 

51 

C-124 

12 

12 

7 

1.0 

235 

43 

192 


Dec 

51 

C-j4 

12 

20 

6 

1.7 

275 

68 

207 


Dec 

51 

C-124 

12 

20 

7 

1.7 

358 

68 

290 

1 - 136 IP 

Dec 

51 

C-119 

is 

16 

£/ 4 

1.0 

188 

43 

145 

I-I 361 P 

Dec 

51 

C-119 

16 

16 

y 4 

1.0 

198 

43 

155 

1 - 136 W 

Dec 

51 

c-46 

16 

2 k 

y 4 

1-5 

266 

62 

204 

1-1361W 

Dec 

51 

C-119 

16 

• 32 

V i* 

2.0 

312 

S3 

229 

1-1533P 

Dec 

51 

C -122 

16 

16 


1.0 

186 

44 

142 

1 - 1363 P 

Dec 

51 

H-19 

16 

16 

3 

1.0 

142 

40 

102 

1-1552P 

Dec 

51 

C-74,C-124 

8 

12 

W 7 

1.5 

274 

46 

228 

1-1552V 

Dec 

51 

C-118 

12 

18 

h/ 7 

1.5 

U07 

6? 

34o 

1-1553P 

Dec 

51 

C-97 

8 

12 

h/ 7 

1.5 

274 

46 

228 

1-1553W 

Dec 

51 

C-97 

12 

18 

v 7 

1.5 

407 

67 

340 

1-1551P 

Dec 

51 

C-5 1 * 

8 

12 

6 

1.5 

201 

45 

156 

1-1551W 

Dec 

51 

C-54 

12 

18 

6 

1.5 

296 

66 

230 

l-117l*P 

Mar 

53 

KB -29 

20 

20 

8 

1.0 

299 

90 

209 

1-1174P 

Mar 

53 

KB -29 

20 

25 

a 

1.25 

339 

HO 

229 

1-1174P 

Mar 

53 

Kc -97 

20 

25 

7 

1.25 

314 

85 

229 

1-1724P 

Dec 

51 

VB-29 

12 

12 

10 

1.0 

458 

76 

382 

l-1724w 

Dec 

51 

VB-29 

12 

16 

10 

1.3 

567 

99 

468 

1-1724W 

Dec 

51 

WB-29 

12 

16 

11 

1.3 

583 

115 

468 


Strategic Reconnaissance, Medium Weather. 


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TABLE 76 — COMPOSITION OF COMBAT AND AIRLIFT SQUADRONS — AS OF 30 JUNE I9S3 (Contihusd) 
(sec first page of this table for headnote) 


TYPE OF SQUADRON 

TABLE OP ORGANIZATION b/ 

AIRCRAFT 

CREWS 

RATIO 

C/A 

AUTHORIZED 

PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

MONTH 

YEAR 

MAJOR 

TYPE 

AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

AUTHORIZED 

NUMBER 

NUMBER OF 
PERSONNEL 
IN CREW 

TOTAL 

OFFICERS 

AIRMEN 

Air Rescue. 

1 - 161 L 

May 

52 

SA-16,0-1*7,11-19 

4 , i, 2 

!*, 1, 2 

7, 6, 

2 

1.0 

128 

27 

101 


1 - 161 L 

May 

52 

SA- 16 ,0-1*7,H-21 

k, 1 , 2 

1*, 1, 2 

7, 6, 

2 

1.0 

129 

27 

102 


1 - 161 L 

May 

52 

SB-29,0-1*7,H-19 

1 *, 1 , 2 

1*, 1, 2 

9, b, 

2 

1.0 

156 

31 

125 

Air Resupply. 

1-1941 

May 

51 

B-29.A-16 

12 , 1 * 

12, 4 

10 , 

6 

1.0 

425 

97 

328 





a- 19 , 0-119 

4, 4 

U, 4 

2, 

5 

1.0 

- 

- 

- 


1-1941 

Jan 

52 

B- 29 ,A -16 

12, 4 

12,4 

10 , 

6 

1.0 

433 

97 

336 





K-i9,c-ii9 

1 *, 1 , 

4, 4 

2, 

5 

1.0 

- 

- 

- 

Liaison ... . 

1-1923P 

Jan 

52 

L-20 

15 

16 


1 

1.0 

' 99 

21 

78 


1-1923P 

Jan 

52 

L-20, H-19 

15, 4 

16,4 


1 

1.0 

117 

25 

92 


1-1923P 

Jan 

52 

L- 20 ,H -19 

15 , 8 

16 , 8 


1 

1.0 

135 

29 

106 

Logistics Support . 

1-1535 

Sep 

52 

C-124 

12 

15 


6 

1.5 

441 

84 

357 

Strategic Support 

l-1534p 

Mar 

53 

C-124 

12 

18 


6 

1.5 

323 

64 

259 

Tow Target.. 

1-1961 

Jan 

52 

b-26,b-45 

20 , 1 * 

20, 4 


3 

1.0 

304 

47 

257 





B -29 

4 

4 


7 

1.0 

- 



Pilotless Bomber, Light . 

1-1950P 

Aug 

52 

B -61 

- 

- 


- 

- 

467 

41 

4 16 

Air Transport (Air Evacuations) . 

MATS T/D 



0 - 1 * 7 / 51 * 

6 

10 


4 

1.7 

131 

42 

89 

Mapping & Charting. 

SAC T/D 



RC-I*5 

15 

- 


- 


191 

43 

148 


Note: The table above Includes Supporting Plying Units. 

a/ P - Peace W - War 
b/ Photograph Crews 


c/ Electronic Crews 
"if/ Combat Crews 
e/ Transport Crews 


£/ Plus 
g/ Plus 
h/ Plus 


1 Navigator per 4 Crews. 

1 Acft Observer per 4 Crews. 
1 Fit Stewart per 2 Crews. 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


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TABLE 77 - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, WORLDWIDE, CONTINENTAL US, AND OVERSEAS - FY 1953 


Statistics on the number of Combat and Airlift Wings and Squadrons (including Flying Supporting Units) presented In the following tables Include o nly those units which 
were actually activated and/or organized prior to or on the dates shown, and for which inactivation or discontinuance orders hod not been actually accomplished by the dates 
shown. The units are listed by the number of wing headquarters (with certain exceptions) and squadrons of Bomber, Fighter, and Reconnaissance as the Combat types sM the 
Troop Carrier as the Airlift type. The Flying Supporting units are Troop Carrier Assault, MATS Air Transport and Air Refueling Squadrons as the Support Forces and Air Res¬ 
cue Groups and Air Resupply, Liaison, Logistic Support, Mapping and Charting, Strategic Reconnaissance, Medium Weather, Air Transport (Air Evacuation) Strategic Support, 
Tow Target and Pilotless Bomber Squadrons as Separate Units. The exception In concept of a Wing referred to above are those squadrons which have no wing headquarters hut 
are considered as equivalent of a wing on the basis of three squadrons comprising one wing'and are so Included In these tables. Figures within parentheses represent the 
number of squadrons of the type corresponding to the wing. Activated units presented in these tables are defined in AFR 20-38, 17 November I 950 . 


Units located within the continental limits of the United States are shown within their respective assigned commands- Units located outside the continental limits of 
the United States are shown in the major commands in which they are located. 


TYPE OF UNIT 

31 JUL 
(1952) 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

31 OCT 

30 NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 
(1953) 

28 FEB 

31 MAR 

30 APR 

31 MAY 

30 JUN 













W 0 R L D V 

IDE 











Combat and Airlift - Total. 

96 

(290) 

96 

( 290 ) 

96 

( 290 ) 

97 

(^3) 

98 

(297) 

98 

( 299 ) 

99 

(302) 

102 

( 310 ) 

103 

(311) 

106 

( 322 ) 

106 

( 322 ) 

106 

( 322 ) 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

Bl 

(2V*) 

Bl 

(244) 

81 

(244) 

82 

(247) 

83 

(251) 

83 

(251) 

84 

(251) 

87 

(262) 

88 

( 266 ) 

91 

(274) 

91 

(274) 

90 

(271) 

Strategic - Total . . . 

38 

(115) 

38 

(115) 

38 

(115) 

39 

( 118 ) 

39 

(118) 

39 

( 118 ) 

40 

( 121 ) 

41 

(124) 

41 

(124) 

41 

(124) 

4l 

(124) 

41 

(124) 

Bomb Heavy. 

1* 

(TF) 

IT 

(1?) 

4 

(TZ) 

"4 

("If)' 

5 

(13) 

5 

(17) 

T 

(T7) 

"6 

<TS) 

s 

(-IH) 

■5 

ns) 

"6 

(TH) 

~s 

(T8> 

Bomb Medium . 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

23 

( 69) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

(.66) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

22 

( 66) 

Strategic Ren Heavy . 

3 

( ?) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12 ) 

4 

( IP) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

Strategic Ren Medium. 

5 

( 16 ) 

5 

( 16 ) 

5 

( 16 ) 

4 

( 13) 

4 

( 13 ) 

4 

( 13) 

4 

( 13) 

4 

( 13) 

4 

( 13) 

4 

( 13 ) 

4 

( 13) 

4 

( 13) 

Strategic Fighter . . 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15 ) 

5 

{ 15) 

5 

( 15) 

Air Defense - Total . . 

20 

( 60 ) 

20 

( 60 ) 

20 

( 60 ) 

20 

( 60 ) 

21 

( 64) 

21 

( 64) 

21 

( 64) 

23 

( 69 ) 

24 

( 73) 

26 

( 78) 

26 

( 78) 

26 

( 73) 

Fighter Interceptor . 

55 

65 

25 

"55 

SET 

65 

55 

65 

5T 

54 

zr 

64 

5T 

64 

53 

67 

54 

73 

56 

78 

56 

78 

56 

78 

Tactical - Total. . . . 

23 

( 69 ) 

23 

( 69 ) 

23 

( 69) 

23 

( 69) 

23 

( 69 ) 

23 

( 69) 

23 

( 69 ) 

23 

( 69 ) 

23 

( 69) 

24 

( 72) 

24 

! 72) 

23 

( 69 ) 

Bomb Light. 

4 

( 

4 

( If) 

4 

( If) 

T 

( If) 

4 

( IZ) 

T 

( If) 

4 

( If) 

u 

( If) 

■4 

( If) 

■4 

( If) 

T 

( If) 

"4 

( If) 

Fighter Bomber. . , , 

15 

( U5) 

15 

( U5) 

15 

( 45) 

15 

( 45) 

15 

( 15) 

15 

( 15) 

15 

( 45) 

15 

( 15) 

15 

( 15) 

16 

( 18) 

16 

( 18) 

15 

( 15) 

Tactical Recon. . . . 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

Airlift Wing - Total. . . 

15 

( 16) 

15 

( 46) 

15 

( 16) 

15 

( 16) 

15 

( 16) 

15 

( 48) 

15 

( 18) 

15 

( 48) 

15 

( 18) 

15 

( 48) 

15 

( 18) 

l'6 

( 51) 

Troop Carrier Heavy . . 

“3 

( ~?) 

T 

( ""7) 

3 

( ~T> 

3 

( ~?) 

3 

( ~7) 

"3 

( If) 

"3 

( If) 

-3 

( If) 

"3 

( If) 

1 

( If) 

"3 

( If) 

"4 

( 13) 

Troop Carrier Medium. . 

12 

( 37) 

12 

{ 37) 

12 

( 37) 

12 

{ 37) 

12 

( 37) 

12 

( 38) 

12 

( 38) 

12 

( 38) 

12 

( 38) 

12 

( 38) 

12 

( 38) 

12 

( 38) 

Support Force# 

























Airlift Squadron - Total. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 

Troop Carr AsIt (FV), . 


T 


I 


r 


r 


r 


r 


r 


T 


r 


r 


r 


T 

Troop Carr As It (rw). . 


" 




“ 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

MATS Squadron - Total . . 


29 


29 


31 


31 


31 


31 


31 


34 


31 


35 


35 


35 

Air Transport, Heavy. . 


IZ 


IZ 


13 


13 


13 


13 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 

Air Transport, Medium . 


17 


17 


is 


18 


18 


18 


20 


20 


20 


21 


21 


21 

Air Refueling Sq - Total. 


17 


17 


17 


19 


19 


19 


20 


21 


21 


22 


22 


22 

Air Rflg (KB £ PCH) . . 


17 


IT 


IT 


17 


17 


17 


55 


5T 


2T 


55 




5 ? 


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TABLE 77 — COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, WORLDWIDE, CONTINENTAL US, AND OVERSEAS - FY 1953 (Comtinu.d) 


(See first page of the table for headnote.) 


TYPE OF UNIT 

31 JUL 
(1952) 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

31 OCT 

30 NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 

(1953) 

. 28 FEB 

31 MAR 

30 APS 

31 MAY 

30 JUN 











w 0 

R L D W I D 

E 

(Continued) 










Separate Unit - Total. . . 


41 


4l 


44 


47 


47 


47 


48 


49 

4 

49 


50 


52 


52 

Air RescueIroup .... 


32 


32 


15 


I? 


12 


32 


12 


12 


12 


32 


IT 


7 

Air Resupply Sq. 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 

Liaison Sq . 


5 


5 


6 


8 


8 


8 


9 


9 


9 


10 


10 


10 

Logistics Spt Sq . . . . 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Mapp It Chart Sq. 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Strat Ren Sq, M Wea. . . 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 

Air Trans Sq (AE). . . . 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 

Strategic Spt Sq . . . . 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 

Tow Target Sq. 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 

Pits Bomb Sq, L (Matador) 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 











icon 

TINENTAL US 











Combat and Airlift - Total 

6o 

(178) 

60 

(178) 

60 

(177) 

6r 

(179) 

64 

(188) 

64 

(190) 

64 

(190) 

§1 

(199) 

69 

(206) 

21 

(213) 

11 

(213) 

to 

(211) 

Combat Wing - Total. . . 

52 

(155) 

52 

(155) 

52 

(154) 

li 

(156) 

55 

(163) 

55 

(163) 

55 

(163) 

58 

(172) 

60 

(175) 

62 

(186) 

62 

(186) 

60 

(181) 

Strategic - Total. . . 

31 

< 93) 

31 

(. 93) 

31 

( 93) 

32 

(96) 

33 

( 99) 

33 

( 99) 

33 

( 99) 

34 

(103) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

Bomb Heavy . 

4 

( 7) 

1 

( 15) 

4 

(15) 

4 

( 35) 

5 

( 35) 

5 

( 7) 

5 

( IT) 

6 

(78) 

5 

(78) 

6 

(75) 

~5 

(7B) 

S 

(75) 

Bomb Medium. 

18 

( 51*) 

18 

( 54) 

18 

( 54) 

IB 

( 54) 

IB 

( 54) 

18 

( 54) 

17 

( 51) 

17 

( 52) 

18 

( 54) 

18 

( 54) 

18 

( 54) 

18 

( 54) 

Strategic Ren Heavy. 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6 ) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

Strategic Ren Medium 

4 

( 12) 

b 

12 

4 

f 12 ) 

4 

( 12 ) 

4 

12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12 ) 

Strategic Fighter. . 

3 

I 9) 

3 

t 9) 

3 

( 9! 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

C 12) 

4 

( 18 j 

4 

( 12 ) 

4 

( 12 ) 

4 

( 12 ) 

Air Defense - Total. . 

1 U 

( 1 * 0 ) 

Ik 

( 40) 

14 

( 40) 

14 

( 39) 

15 

( 43) 

15 

( 43) 

15 

( 43) 

17 

( 48) 

16 

( 52) 

19 

( 56) 

19 

( 56) 

18 

( 54) 

Fighter Interceptor. 

TIT 

( S3) 

15- 

( So) 

ur 

( so) 

TIT 

( W) 

15 

( ST) 

15 

( ST) 

15 

( ST) 

IT 

( SB) 

IB 

( T2) 

19 

( 55) 

19 

( 58) 

IS 

( 55) 

Tactical - Total . . . 

7 

( 22) 

7 

( 22) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

; 21 ) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 22) 

8 

( 25) 

8 

( 25) 

7 

( 22) 

Bomb Light . 

5 

( T) 

5 

( T) 

3 

( T) 

0 

( D. 

0 

( D 

0 

: 7) 

0 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

ff 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

Fighter Bomber . . . 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 14) 

5 

( 14) 

5 

( 14) 

5 

( 14) 

5 

( 14) 

5 

( 14) 

5 

( 15) 

6 

( 18) 

6 

( 18) 

5 

( 15) 

Tactical Recon . . . 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( <?) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

.( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6). 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

Airlift Wing - Total . . 

8 

( 23) 

8 

( 23) 

8 

( 23) 

8 

! 23) 

9 

( 25) 

9 

( 27) 

9 

( 27) 

9 

( 27) 

9 

( 27) 

’9 

( 27) 

9 

( 27) 

10 

( 30) 

Troop Carrier Heavy, . 

I 

( 7) 

I 

( 7) 

1 

( 7) 

I 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

7 

( 7) 

Troop Carrier Medium . 

7 

( 20) 

7 

( 20) 

7 

( 20) 

7 

( 20) 

7 

( 20) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

7 

( 21) 

Support Forces 

























Airlift Squadron - Total 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 

Troop CarrierAslt (FV) 


T 


T 


I 


I 


I 


1 


r 


r 


I 


1 


r 


1 

Troop Carrier Aslt (RV) 




* 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

MATS Squadron - Total. . 


19 


19 


21 


21 


21 


21 


24 


24 


24 


25 


25 


25 

Air Transport Heavy. . 


rr 


IT 


12 


12 


12 


32 


IT 


IT 


IT 


IT 


IT 


7 

Air Transport Medium . 


8 


6 


9 


9 


9 


9 


11 


11 


11 


12 


12 


12 



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TABLE 77 — COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, WORLDWIDE, CONTINENTAL US, AND OVERSEAS — FISCAL YEAR 1953 (Continued) 


(See first page of the table for headnotej 


28 FEB 

31 MAR 

30 APR 

31 MAY 


Support Forcea (Cont 1 d) 


Air Refueling Sq • Total. 

Separate Unit - Total . . 
Air Rescue Group. . . . 
Air Resupply Sq . . . . 

Liaison Sq. 

Logistics Support Sq. . 
Mapping & Charting Sq . 
Strat Ren Sq, M Vea . . 
Air Trans Sq (AE) . . . 
Strategic Support Sq- . 

Tow Target Sq . 

Pita Bomb Sq, L (Matador) 


Combat and Airlift - Total 


Combat Wing - Total . . 


Strategic - Total . . 


Strategic Ren Heavy , 
Strategic Ren Medium 
Strategic Fighter . . 
Air Defense - Total . , 


ter i 

Tactical - Total. . . , 


Fighter Bomber. . . , 
Tactical Recon. . , , 


Airlift Wing - Total. 


Air Transport, Heavy. 
Air Transport, Medium 
Air Refueling Sq - Total 
' Air Rfls (MB it HCN) . 
Separate Unit - Total , . 


Air Rescue Group 

Air Resupply. 

Liaison Sq. ....... 

Strat Ren Sq, M Wea . . . 
Tow Target Sq . 




36 ( 112 ) 36 

29 ( B9) 29 

7 { 22) 7 

IT ( 15) IT 
1 ( 3) 1 

1 < 4) 1 

1 (3) ’ 

6 ( 20 ) 

5 ( ST) 

16 ( U 7 ) 

T ( IT) 

W ( 30 ) 

2 ( 6) 

7 ( 23) 

2 ( 7) 

5 ( 17) 


( 112 ) 36 
( 39) 29 


( 30) 10 


CONTINENTAL US (Continued) 


16 

17 

17 

19 

IS 

rr 

17 

1? 

30 

29 

29 

30 



OVERSEAS 


( 113 ) 36 
( 90) 29 
( 22) 7 

( 12) ? 

( 3) 1 

( *>) 0 

( 3) 1 

( 20 ) 6 
( ST) 5 
( 1 * 8 ) 16 
( IT) T 
( 31) 10 
( 6 ) 2 

( 23) 7 

( 7) 5 

( 17) 5 


(114) 34 

( 91) 23 
( 22 ) 6 
{ 1 ?) 4 

< 3) 1 

( 1 ) 0 
( 3) 1 

( 21 ) 6 
( 2T) 6 

( 48) 16 

( IT) *T 
( 31) 10 


( 109 ) 34 
{ 88 ) 28 

( 19) 6 

( 12) C 
( 3) 1 

( 1 ) 0 

( 3) 1 

( 21 ) 6 
( 21 ) 6 
( 48) 16 


( 109 ) 35 
( 38) 29 

{ 19) 7 

( 15) ? 

( 3) 1 

(1) 0 

( 3) 1 

( 21 ) 6 
( 21 ) 5 

( 48) 16 
( IT) T 
( 31) 10 



(U 2 ) 35 
( 91) 29 
( 22) 7 

( I5) ? 

( 3) 1 

( 1 ) 0 

( 3) 1 

( 21 ) 6 
( ST) E 
( 48) 16 
( IT) I* 
( 31) 10 

( 6 ) 2 

( 21 ) 6 
( T) T 
( 17) 5 


20 

21 

SI 

ST 

29 

29 

3 

3 . 

1 

1 

6 

6 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

6 

6 

k 

k 

k 

k 

2 

2 


( 21 ) 
( TO 
( 3) 
( 1 ) 
( 3) 
( 21 ) 
( 21 ) 
( 48) 
( IT) 
( 31) 
( 6 ) 

( 21 ) 

( 7) 

( 17 ) 




34 

(108) 

35 

(109) 

35 

(109) 

28 

( 87) 

29 

( 88) 

29 

( 88) 

6 

( 19) 

6 

( 19) 

6 

( 19) 

7 

( 15) 

7 

( I?) 

7 

( 15) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

6 

( 21) 

7 

( 22) 

7 

( 22) 

E 

( 51) 

7 

( 55) 

7 

( 55) 

16 

( 47) 

16 

( 47) 

16 

( 47) 

T 

( IT) 

7 

( IT) 

7 

( IT) 

10 

( 30) 

10 

( 30) 

10 

( 30) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

6 

( 21 ) 

6 

( 21 ) 

6 

( 21) 

T 

( 7) 

T 

( 7) 

I 

( 7) 

5 

( 17) 

5 

( 17) 

5 

( 17 ) 


10 


10 


10 


7 


T 


7 


9 


9 


9 


1 


1 


1 


r 


I 


I 


20 


21 


22 


7 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


3 


h 


4 

| 

5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


2_ 


Source: Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DOS/C. 


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TABLE 78 


COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, BY COMMAND-FISCAL YEAR 1953 


(includes Flying Supporting Units. Units located within the continental Units of the United States are shown within their respective assigned commands. Units located out- 
Bide the continental limits of the United Statee are shown In the major commands In which they are located.) 


TYPE OF UNIT 

31 JUL 
(1952) 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

31 OCT 

30 NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 
(1953) 

28 FEB 

31 MAR 

30 APR 

31 MAY 

30 JUN 










AIR 

DEFEN 

S E COM 

HAND 









Combat and Airlift - Total. 

E9 


EMii'iSI 

14 

(to) 

14 

(39) 

15 

(7) 

15 (t3) 

15 (t3) 

±1 

(tS) 

10 

(52) 

19 

(56) 

19 

(56) 

18 

<5M 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

i 


IN®li 

14 

(to) 

14 

(39) 

15 

(t3) 

15 (t 3) 

15 (t3) 

17 

(t8) 

10 

(52) 

19 

(56) 

49 

(56) 

18 

(57 

Air Defense - Total . . 

14 

(4o) 

11 (Ito) 

l4 

(to) 

14 

(39) 

15 

(13) 

15 (t3> 

15 (7) 

17 

(t 8 ) 

18 

(52) 

19 

(56) 

19 

(56) 

18 

(5t) 

Fighter Interceptor . 

14 


ur (iff) 

it 

(TO) 

14 

(39) 

I? 

(7) 

19 (7) 

19 (7) 

7 

(W) 

Is 

(55) 

19 

(56) 

19 

(56) 

15 

(57 

Separate Units - Total. . . 


- 

. 


. 


1 


1 

1 

2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 

Liaison Squadron. 


- 

“ 


“ 


I 


r 

r 

5 


5 


Z 


5 


z 


z 










AIR 

MATER 

IEL COMMAND 









Separate Units - Total. . . 



_ 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 


1 

r - 

l 


1 

Logistics Support Sq. . . 



- 


I 


T 


r 

r 

T 


r 


r 


I 


I 


I 







A I 

R HESE 

ARCS 

AND E 

E V E L 0 P 

M E 

NT C 

0 M 

M A N D 



■ 




Separate Units - Total. , . 


2 

2 


2 


2 


2 

2 

2 


2 


2 


2 


a 


2 

Pits Bmr Sq, L(Matador) . 


Z 

z 


? 


5 


5 

Z 

5 


5 


Z 

__ 

5 

_ 

* 


z 








MIL 

I T 

ARY 

AIR T R 

A N S P 0 R T 

S E R V 

I C 

E 







Support Forces 
























19 



21 


21 


21 

21 

24 


24 


24 


25 


25 


25 

a£t 'Frans port, Heavy. . 


rr 



15 


15 


15 

15 

7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 

Air Transport, Medium . 


8 



9 


9 


9 

9 

11 


11 


11 


12 


12 


12 

Separate Units - Total. . . 


11 



12 


11 


10 

10 

10 


10 


10 


10 


11 


11 

Air - Rescue"Gp ...... 


"7 

7 


7 


7 


7 

7 

7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 

Air Resupply Sq . 


1 

1 


2 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Strat Ren Sq, M Wea . . . 


1 

1 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Air Trans Sq {AE) .... 


6 

6 


6 


6 


6 

6 

6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 












AND 









Combat and Airlift - Total. 

31 

(93) 

Bpgf 

31 

(93) 

32 

(96) 

33 

(99) 

n 

33 (99) 

3t 

(1Q3) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

31 

(93) 


31 

(93) 

32 

(96) 

33 

(99) 

33 (99) 

33 (99) 

3t 

(103) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

Strategic - Total . . . 

31 

(93) 

31 (93) 

11 

(93) 

32 

(96) 

33 

(99) 

33 (99) 

33 (99) 

7t 

(103) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

35 

(105) 

Bomb Heavy. 

4 

(EF) 

7 m 


(15) 

E 

(12) 

9 

(7) 

7 (T9) 

7 (T9) 

6 

(78) 

8 

(75) 

S 

(78) 

b 

(76) 

S 

(78) 

Bomb Medium. 

18 

(51) 

18 (51) 

18 

<5t) 

IB 

<5t) 

18 

(5t) 

lB (5t) 

17 (5D 

17 

( 52) 

18 

( 57 

1B 

( 5t) 

18 

( 5t) 

18 

( 57 

Strategic Ren, H. . . 

2 

( 6) 

2 ( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 ( 9) 

3 ( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

Strategic Ren, M. . . 

4 

(12) 

It (12) 

4 

(12) 

It 

(12) 

It 

(12) 

t (12) 

t (12) 

It 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

Strategic Fighter . . 

3 

( 9) 

3 ( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 

( 9) 

3 ( 9) 

t (12) 

It 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

4 

( 12) 

it 

( 12) 

1 

( 12) 


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TABLE 78 - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND, SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, BY COMMAND 


FISCAL YEAR 1953 (Cohtinu.o) 


TYPE OP UNIT 

31 JUL ' 
(1952) ; 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

31 OCT 

30 NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 
(1953) 

28 FEB 

31 mar 

30 APR 

31 MAY 

30 JUH 








s 

TRAT 

E G 

I C A 

I R 

COM 

AND 

C o 

□ tin 

u e 

d 




Support Forces 





















Atr kefueling Sqs - Total 


15 


15 


14 


16 


17 


17 

19 


20 


20 

21 

21- 

21 

Air fiflg (MB4RCR) . . . 


I? 


15 


nr 


I £ 


rr 


IT 



22 


35 

2T 

51 

2T 

Separate Unite - Total. . . 


4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


5 

5 


6 


6 

6 

6 

6 

Air Reecue Group. 


T 


I 


7 


I 


i 


r 

r 


I 


r 

T 

r 

r 

Mapping & Chart Sq. . . . 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 

1 


1 


1 

1 

1 

1 

Strategic Spt Sq. 


3 


3 | 


3 


3 


3 


3 

3 


4 


4 

4 

4 

4 











TACT 

1 C 

A L A 

I R COMMA 

N D 






Combat and Airlift - Total. 

15 

(45) 

15 

(45) 

15 

(44) 

15 

(44) 

16 

(46) 

16 

1 

(43) , 

16 (W) 

16 

(48) 

16 

(49) 

17 (52) 

17 (52) 

17 (5£) 

Combat Wing - Total . , . 

7 

(22) 

7 

(22) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 (21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(K) 

8 (25) 

8 (25) 

7 (22) 

Tactical - Total. . . . 

7 

(22) 

7 

(22) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 (21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(22) 

8 ( 25 ) 

8 (25) 

7 (22) 

Bomb Light/-. 

O' 

S N 


(T) 

(5 

rn 


(T) 

5 

(1) 

2 

(T) 

5 rn 

5 

(1) 

5 

(1) 

5 (T) 

5 (T) 

ff (1) 

Fighter Bomber. , . . 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(14) 

5 

(14) 

5 

(14) 

5 

(14) 

5 (14) 

5 

(14) 

5 

(15) 

6 (18) 

6 (18) 

5 (15) 

Tactical Recon. . . . 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 (6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 ( 6) 

2 ( 6) 

2 ( 6) 

Airlift Wing - Total. . . 

8 

(23) 

8 

(23) 

8 

(23) 

8 

(23) 

9 

(25) 

9 

(27) 

9 (27) 

9 

(27) 

9 

(27) 

9 (27) 

9 (27) 

10 (30) 

Troop Carr, Heavy . . . 

T 

(T) 

I 

(D 

r 

(3) 

r 

p> 

2 

(T) 

2 

(~S) 

2 (S) 

2 

C6) 

2 

(“6) 

2 (S) 

2 (TO 

T ("5) 

Troop Carr, Medium. . . 

7 

(20) 

7 

(20) 

7 

(20) 

7 

(20) 

7 

(20) 

7 

(21) 

7 (21) 

7 

(21) 

7 

(21) 

7 (21) 

7 (21) 

7 (21) 

Support Forcee 





















■aigiujEag as □ 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 

2 


2 


2 

2 

2 . 

2 

Troop Carr Aalt PW. . , 


T 


I 


r 


T 


T 


T 

i 


I 


T 

r 

r 

i 

Troop Carr AsIt RV. . . 


- 




- 


- 


* 


1 

1 


1 


1 

1 

1 

1 

Separate Unite - Total. . . 


7 


7 


9 


10 


10 


10 

10 


9 


8 

8 

8 

8 

■i # r* 


J 


J 


5 


T 


S 


"5 

~s 


5 


IT 

IT 

f 

k 

Tov Target Sq . 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 

4 


4 


4 

4 

4 

4 











A L A £ 

5 K / 

in a : 

t R COM* 

A A N D 






Combat and Airlift - Total. 

1 

<5> 

1 

(5) 

1 

(5) 

1 

(5) 

1 

(5) 

1 

C5) 

1 (5) 

: 1 

(5) 

1 

(5) 

1 (5) 

i <D 

1_(5) 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

1 

(4) 

1 

(y 

1 

<y 

1 

(y 

1 

(4) 

1 

(4) 

1 (4) 

1 

ty 

1 

cy 

1 (4) 

i <y 

1 (4) 

Air Defenee - Total . . 

1 

(4) 

1 

(4) 

1 

(*•) 

1 

(4) 

1 

(4) 

1 

(4) 

1 (4) 

1 

(4) 

1 

(4) 

1 (4) 

1 (4) 

1 (4) 

Fighter Interceptor . 

r 

(f) 

T 

(T) 

I 

(«■) 

I 

(5) 

I 

m 

i 

<y 

I TO 

T 

■ul 

I 

to 

T {f) 

I TO 

I (f) 

Airlift Wing - Total. . , 

0 

(1) 

0 

(1) 

0 

(i) 

0 

(1) ; 

0 

(i) 

0 

(i) 

0 (1) 

1 0 


0 

(i) 

o (1) 

0 (1) 

0 (1) 

Troop Carrier, H. . . . 


(I) 

5 

(I) 

5 

(i) 


(T) ! 

5 

(D 

5 

(i) 

5 (T) 

Li. 

S3 

a 

(i) 

5 (I) 

5 (I) 

a to 


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TABLE 78 - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, BY COMMAND - FISCAL YEAR 1853 - (Continu'd) 


TYPE OP UNIT 

31 JUL 
(1952) 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

31 OCT 

30 

NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 
(1953) 

28 FEB 

31 MAR 

30 APR 

31 MAY 

30 JUN 









ALASKA 

N A 

I R 

C 0 M M A N 

D 

C 

0 n t i 

n u e d 






Separate Units - Total. . . 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 

2 

3 


3 


3 

Air Rescue Croup. 


r 


r 

i 

1 


X 


X 


X 


r 


1 

X 

X 


i 


1 

Liaison Sq. ....... 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 

* 

1 


1 


1 

Strat Ren Sq, H, Wea. . . 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 










C 

R I B 

B E 

AN A 

I R 

COMMA 

N D 







Combat and Airlift - Total. 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

(£) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

i (3) 

i (3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

2 

<£) 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6 ) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(I) 

1 (3) 

1 <3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

Strategic - Total . . . 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6 ) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 (3) 

1 (3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

Strat" Ren, ^leavy. . , 

T 

(T) 

x 

(T) 

i 

(T) 

i 

(T) 

I 

(3) 

1 

(T) 

i 

(3) 

i 

(T) 

I <J) 

X (J) 

1 

(T> 

X 

(T) 

Strat Pen, Medium . . 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

1 

(3) 

- 

* 

- 

“ 

- 

‘ 

- 


- 




- 


- 


Support Forces 

























1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 

Air Transport, M. . . . 


I 


X 


r 


X 


X 


T 


I 


I 

I 

r 


X 


T 

Air Fefueling Sqs - Total 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 













I 


X 


X 


X 


I 


I 


- 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

Separate Units - Total. . . 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 

2 

2 


2 


2 

Air” Rescue “Group. 


T 


T 


T 


X 


r 


r 


r 


T 

X 

i • 


r 


X 

Liaison Sq. . . 


1 


1 


* 


- 


. 


_ 


. 


_ 

_ 

_ 





Strat Ren Sq, M Vea . . . 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 











A R 

E A 

ST A 

I R 

FOR 

C E S 







Combat and Airlift - Total. 

21 

( 66 ) 

21 

( 66 ) 

21 

( 66 ) 

21 

( 66 ) 



20 

(64) 

20 

(64) 

20 

(64) 

20 (64) 

20 (64) 

20 

(64) 

20 

(64) 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

16 

(5£l 

16 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

16 ( 50 ) 

16 (50) 

u> 

(50) 

16 

(50) 

Strategic - Total . . . 

U 

(13) 

k 

(13) 

U 

(13) 

k 

(13) 

k 

(13) 

1 * 

(13) 

k 

(13) 

U 

(13) 

<* (13) 

4 (13) 

1 * 

(13) 

4 

(13) 

bomb Medium ..... 

1 

(7) 

T 

(7) 

t 

(7) 

t 

(7) 

T 

( 9) 

T 

(7) 

T 

(7) 

T 

(7) 

T (7) 

T (7) 

T 

(7) 

T 

(7) 

Strat Ren Medium. . . 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 ( 1 ) 

0 ( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1 ) 

Strategic Fighter . . 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 (.3) 

1 ( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

Air Defense - Total . . 

k 

(13) 

1 * 

(13) 

1 * 

(13) 

4 

(13) 

4 

(13) 

1 * 

(13) 

h 

(13) 

4 

(13) 

*• (13) 

** (13) 

4 

(13) 

4 

(13) 

Fighter Interceptor . 

c 

(IT) 

IT 

cm 

IT 

(IT) 

V 

(IT) 

S 

OT) 

ir 

(IT) 

f 

(IT) 

5 

(IT) 

n (IT) 

5- (IT) 

r 

(IT) 

C 

(IT) 

Tactical - Total. . . . 

8 

( 21 .) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

8 (24) 

8 (24) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(24) 

Bomb Light. 

2 

(7) 

2 

( 0 ) 

2 

(7) 

2 

(7) 

2 

(7) 

2 

(7) 

2 

(7) 

2 

(7) 

2 (7) 

? (7) 

2 

(7) 

2 

(7) 

Fighter Bomber. . . . 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 (15) 

5 (15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

Tactical Recon. . . . 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 ( 3) 

1 ( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 


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TABLE 78 - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS. BY TYPE, BY COMMAND - FISCAL YEAR 1958 - (Co m » UK ) 


TYPE OF UNIT 

31 JUL 
(1952) 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

31 OCT 

30 NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 
(1953) 

F 


31 MAR 

30 APR j 

31 MAY 

30 JUN 









FAR 

E 

AST 

AIR 

F 0 

R C 

E 

Con 

tin' 

u e d 







Airlift Wing - Total. . . 
Troop Carrier, Heavy. . 

5 

z 

( 16 ) 

no 

5 

5 

( 16 ) 

no 

5 

S 

( 16 ) 

no 

5 

z 

( 16 ) 

(3) 

i* 

T 

(14) 

(3) 

4 

r 

(14) 

CD 

u 

T 

(14) 

(3) 

h 

T 

(14) 

Cl) 

4 (14) 

r (3) 

k 

T 

(14) 

(3) 

k 

T 

(14) 

(3) 

u 

r 

(14) 

(3) 

Troop Carrier, Medium . 

3 

do 

3 

<n) 

3 

in) 

3 

(ii) 

3 

(ii) 

3 

( 11 ) 

3 

(ii) 

3 

(11) 

3 (11) 

3 

(11) 

3 

(ii) 

3 

(11) 

Support Forces 
























MATS Squadrons - Total. . 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 

7 


7 


7 


7 

Air Transport, Heavy. . 


r 


r 


T 


T 


T 


T 


i 


r 

T 


T 


r 


r 

Air Traceport, Medium . 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 

6 


6 


6 


6 

Air Refueling - Total . . 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 












Air Rflg (klB &"RCN) . . 


- 


- 


r 


r 


- 


• 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

Separate Units - Total. . . 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 

10 


10 - 


10 


10 

Air Rescue Group. 


J 


T 


3 


j 


J 


3 


J 


3 

3 


3 


3 


3 

Air Resupply Sqs. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

1 


1 


1 


1 

Liaison Sqs . . 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

2 


2 


2 


2 

Strat Rqn sq, M Wea . . . 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 

I 

3 


3 


3 

3 


3 


3 


3 

Tov Target Sqs. ..... 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 


1 


1 

1 


1 


1 


1 











N 0 R T i 

SEA 

S T 

A I 

R COMMA 

N D 








Combat and Airlift - Total. 

- 

- 

- 

• 

0 

(D 

0 

( 2 ) 

0 

(2) ! 

0 

(2) 

0 

(2) 

0 

(2) 

0 ( 1 ) 

1 

(2) 

1 

( 2 ) 

B 

(2) 

Combat Wing - Total . ♦ . ; 

- 

- 

- 

- 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

(2) 

0 

(£) 

0 

(2) 

0 

(2) 

0 

(2) 

0 ( 1 ) 

1 

(2) 

1 

(2) 

1 

(2) 

Air Defense * Total . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

0 

(1) 

0 

(1) 

0 

(11 

0 

(1) 

0 

(1) 

0 ( 1 ) 

1 

(2) 

1 

(2) ' 

1 

(2) 

Fighter interceptor . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


0 

(3) 


(I) 

5 

(I) 

5 

(I) 

5 

(T) 

5 (D 

T 

(5) 

r 

(?) 

r 

(?) 

Tactical - Total. . . . 

. 

_ 

_ 


0 

(l) 

0 

(1) 

0 

(1) 

0 

(1) 

0 

(1) 

0 

( 1 ) 








Fighter Bomber. . . . 



- 


0 

r 

u 

r 

Z 

T 


MM 

5 

r 

u 

r 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Separate Units - Total. . . 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Hi 


1 


1 

1 


1 


1 


1 

Air Rescue Group. .... 


I 


r 


1 


r 


T 


m 


T 


T 

1 


r 


r 


r 








u 

N I T E 

D 


E S 

AIR 

F 

• 0 R C E 

S ] 

[ N E 

U R 0 P E 







Combat and Airlift - Total. 

12 

<351 

12 

( 35 ) 

12 

(35) 

i 


12 

(35) 

12 

1 

(35) 

1 


13 

(37) 

12 (35) 

1 


lii 

(35) 

H 

(37) 

Combat Wing - Total . . . 

10 

(29) 

10 

( 29 ) 

10 

(29) 

11 

(32) 

10 

(29) 

a 

(29) 

11 

( 32 ) 

11 

(31) 

10 ( 29 ) 

10 

(29) 

in 

(29) 

11 

(31) 

Strategic - Total . . . 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

2 

( 6) 

1 

< 3) 

a 


2 

( 6) 

2 

( 5) 

llfiHKH 

n 




1 

( 3) 


I 

( 3) 

1 

( T) 

T 

( I) 

z 

( 6) 

i 

( J) 

a 


? 

( 6) 

z 

( 5) 


r 


u 


1 

( T) 

Air Defense - Total . . 

1 

( 3) 

1 

< 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

m 


1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 


1 




2 

( 5) 

Fighter Interceptor . 

T 

( 3) 

T 

( 3> 

I 

( 3) 

I 

( I) 

r 

( I) 

a 


T 

( I) 

r 

( I) 

HQ 

IB 


y 


Q 

( ?) 


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TABLE 78 - COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS AND SQUADRONS, BY TYPE, BY COMMAND - FISCAL YEAR 1953 - (Commit ) 


TYPE OF UNIT 

31 JUL 
(1952) 

31 AUG 

30 SEP 

21 

OCT 

[30 

NOV 

31 DEC 

31 JAN 
(1953) 

28 

FES 

31 MAR 

30 APR 

31 MAY 


JUN 






U 

N I T E D 

STATES 

A I 

R F 

0 R C 

E S 

I N 

EUR 

OPE 

- 

Con 

tin 

u e d 





Tactical - Total. . . . 

8 

(23) 

8 

(23) 

— 

8 

( 23 ) 

8 

( 23 ) 

8 

(24) 

8 

(23) 

8 

( 23 ) 

8 

(23) 

8 

( 23 ) 

8 

(23) 

8 

( 23 ) 

8 

( 23 ) 

Bomb Light. 

2 

C7) 

5 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

(T) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

C7> 

2 

C7) 

2 

(T) 

2 

(T) 

2 

(T) 

2 

(~7) 

Fighter Bomber. . . . 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

( 15 ) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

(15) 

5 

( 15 ) 

5 

(15) 

5 

( 15 ) 

5 

(15) 

5 

( 15 ) 

5 

( 15 ) 

Tactical Recon. . . . 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

Airlift Wing - Total. . . 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

Troop"carrier, M. . . . 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( &) 

2 

( 5) 

Support Forces 

























MATS Squadrons - Total. . 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 

Air Transport, M. . . . 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


5 


2 


2 

Air Refueling Sqs - Total 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Air Rflg (MB 8. RCN) . . 


r 


r 


T 


r 


X 


r 


x 


1 


T 


i 


X 


1 

Separate Units - Total. . . 


2 


2 


3 


3 


1* 


1 * 


4 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 

Air Rescue Group. 


? 


2 


3 


2 


3 


1 


■j 


T 


J 


3 


J 


I 

Air Resupply Sq . 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Liaison Squadron. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 

Tow Target Squadron . . , 


~ 


• 




* 


" 


“ 




" 


— 


- 


1 


1 


Source* Operations Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 79 — NUMBER OF ACTIVATED USAF COMBAT WINGS AND AIRLIFT UNITS CLASSIFIED 
BY TYPE OF AIRCRAFT POSSESSED - FISCAL YEAR 1953 


(Combat and Airlift Wings and Airlift Support Squadrons are indicated by open figures. Figures within the parentis la 
represent the number of Squadrons of the type corresponding to the Wing.) 


TYPE OF AC FT POSSESSED BY TYPE OF UNIT 

30 SEP 52 

31 DEC 52 

31 MAR 53 

30 juk 53 

Combat Airlift Wing t Squadron - Total a/ 









Activated . . ... . . . .. 

96 

(291) 

90 

( 301 ) 

103 

(316) 

w6 

(324) 

Unequipped. 

10 

( 31 ) 

13 

( 41) 

12 

( 41) 

11 ' 

( 35) 

Equipped b/... 

86 

( 260 ) 

05 

( 260 ) 

91 

(275) 

95 

(289) 

Combat Wing & Squadron - Total- 









Activated . . . ....... 

81 

(244) 

03 

(251) 

88 

( 266 ) 

90 

(271) 

Unequipped. .. 

10 

( 31) 

12 

( 37) 

12 

( 39) 

10 

( 32) 

Equipped b/..,.. . .... 

71 

(213) 

71 

(214) 

76 

(227) 

80 

(239) 

Bomber - Total. 

28 

( 83) 

26 

( 03) 

28 

( 85) 

28 

( 83 ) 

B - 36. 

T 

( W> 

T 

( m) 

T 

( 15) 

T 

( 14) 

B - U7. 

1 

( 3) 

2 

( 4) 

3 

( 9) 

4 

( 13) 

B - 50. 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15) 

5 

( 15) 

B - 29.‘ 

15 

( 43) 

13 

( 40) 

12 

( 37) 

10 

( 29) 

B - 1*5.- • 

1 

( 2) 

1 

( 2) ' 

1 

( 2 ) 

1 

( 2) 

B - 26. 

3 

( 10 ) 

3 

( 10) 

3 

( 10 ) 

3 

( 10 ) 

Fighter - Total.'. 

34 

(103) 

35 

( 107 ) 

38 

(113) 

42 

(124) 

f - 94. 


(Til) 

T 

ns) 

■? 

(TE) 

T 

(■51) 

T - 89 . 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1 ) 

1 

( 2) 

1 

( 2) 

F - 86. 

6 

( 19) 

7 

( 22) 

10 

( 29) 

16 

( 49) 

F - 84. 

12 

( 36) 

13 

( 39) 

13 

( 40) 

l4 

( 42) 

F - 80.. 

2 

( 7) 

2 

■ ( 7) 

2 

( 5) 

2 

( 5) 

F - 51. 

8 

( 23) 

7 

( 20) 

5 

( 16 ) 

2 

( 5) 

F - 47. 

2 

( 7) 

2 

( 6) 

2 

( 6) 

- 

- 

Reconnaissance - Total. 

9 

( 27) 

8 

( 24) 

10 

( 29) 

10 

( 32) 

KB - 8b . .. 

5 

( ~S) 

? 

( T) 


( 15) 

T 

( 15) 

rb - 50 .;. 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

1 

( 3) 

RB - 47 . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

1 

( 2) 

RB - 29 . 

1 

( 3) 

0 

( 1) 

1 

( 2) 

0 

( 2) 

HB - 45 . 

1 

( 3) 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

HB - 26 . 

1 

( 4) 

1 

( 4) 

1 

( 4) 

1 

( 4) 

FF - 80 . 

3 

( 7) 

3 

( 7) 

3 

( 7) 

3 

( 8) 

RF - 51 . 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

- 


- 

- 

Airlift Wing & Squadron - Total a/ 









Activated ....... . ... 

15 

( 47) 

15 

( 50) 

15 

( 50) 

16 

( 53) 

Unequipped . 

- 

- 

1 

( 4) 

0 

( 2) 

1 

( 3) 

Equipped b/ .............. 

15 

( 47) 

lb 

( 46) 

15 

( 48) 

15 

( 50) 

Troop Carrier - Total .... . 

15 

( 47) 

14 

( 46) 

15 

( 48) 

15 

( 50) 

C - 124' . . . . . .. 

“2 

( "D 

~s 

( ~S) 

T 

( ~7) 

T 

( T) * 

c - 54 . 

1 

( 4) 

0 

( 1> 

0 

( 1 ) 

0 

( 1) 

C - 122 . 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

- 


0 

( 1) 

c - 119 . 

6 

( 17) 

7 

( 21) 

6 

( 24) 

9 

( 27) 

C - 82. 

2 

( 6 ) 

2 

( 6) 

1 

( 4) 

1 

( 2) 

c - 47 . 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

0 

( 1) 

c - 46 . 

4 

( 13) 

3 

( 10) 

3 

( 9) 

2 

( 8) 

H - 19. 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

0 

( 1) 

Airlift Support Squadrons 









MATS Air Transport Squadron - Total 











33 


33 


34 


35 

Unequipped.. 


6 


2 


1 


1 

Equipped b/ . 


27 


31 


33 


34 

C - 124. 


5 


5 


7 


7 

c - 118 . 


- 


1 


1 


1 

C - 97. 


5 


5 


5 


5 

c - 74 . 


1 


1 


1 


1 

C - 54. 


16 


19 


19 


20 

Air Refueling Squadron, Medium - Total 









Activated . 7 . . 1 I ~ . 

1 

17 


19 


21 


22 

Unequipped . 


4 


4 


4 


4 

Equipped b/, ...... ....... 


13 


15 


17 


is 

KC - 97 . 


4 


6 


8 


10 

KB - 29 . 


9 


9 


9 


e 


a/ Does not include Aircraft Support Squadrons. 

5/ Equipped Includes all units possessing 50^ or more of authorized number of aircraft. 
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TABLE 80 - AIRCRAFT AND CREWS IN COMBAT AND AIRLIFT UNITS t BY QUARTERS — FY 1953 



30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

BY TYPE AND MODEL 


AIRCRAFT 


CREWS 


AIRCRAFT 


CREWS 

















ON 

COMBAT 


ON 

COMBAT 


ON 

CCMBAT 


ON 

CCMBAT 



HAND 

READY 


HAND 

READY 


HAND 

READY 


j HAND 

READY 

Combat and Airlift - Total. 

6,678 

5,601 

3,403 

8,152 

6,476 

5,038 

6,903 

5,845 

3,541 

8,912 

6,703 

4,725 

Combat - Total. ..... 

4,668 

3,846 

2,229 

5,685 

4,630 

3,422 

4,774 

3,951 

2,433 

6,394 

4,936 

3,207 

Bomber - Total. 

1,146 

1 

1,020 ; 

603 

9 

1,111 

874 

1,191 

1,091 

641 

1,259 

1,077 

699 

b -26. 

168 

186 

139 

228 

197 

165 

168 

187 

120 

228 

219 

120 

B-29. 

450 

465 

253 

450 

499 

365 

420 

475 

276 

420 

385 

274 

B-36. 

120 

85 

42 

120 

99 

83 

150 

116 

64 

150 

120 

57 

B-45. 

48 

49 

21 

56 

4o 

39 

48 

41 

20 

56 

51 

50 

B-l*7. 

135 

32 

2 

135 

26 

- 

180 

59 

30 

l9o 

73 

- 

B-50. 

225 

203 

146 

225 

250 

222 

225 

211 

131 

225 

229 

198 

Fighter - Total .... 

2,937 

2,397 

1,427 

3,853 

3,042 

2,161 

2,998 

2,429 

1,574 

4,517 

3,358 

2,135 

F-J*7. 

150 

139 

70 

180 

127 

88 

50 

122 

66 

72 

82 

60 

F-51. 

525 

515 

326 

612 

573 

394 

200 

480 

307 

288 

514 

373 

F-Bo. 

200 

190 

106 

288 

275 

243 

200 

205 

136 

288 

261 

219 

F-82. 

- 

5 

1 

- 

4 

.. 

_ 

6 

2 

- 

3 

3 

F-84. 

950 

779 

459 

1,035 

905 

748 

1,025 

810 

512 

1,107 

1,028 

716 

f-86a/e/f . 

525 

398 

242 

720 

547 

422 

775 

455 

329 

1,386 

936 

463 

f-86d . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

225 

- 

- . 

450 

- 

- 

F-09. 

125 

75 

28 

250 

157 

- 

125 

73 

45 

250 

30 

- 

F-9 1 *. 

462 

296 

195 

768 

454 

266 

398 

278 

177 

676 

504 

301 

Reconnaissance - Total. 

5S5 

429 

199 

618 

477 

387 

585 

431 

218 

6l8 

501 

373 

HB-26. 

72 

78 

25 

78 

65 

4o 

72 

93 

51 

78 

68 

50 

RB-29. 

72 

31 

10 

72 

33 

23 

42 

18 

7 

42 

72 

19 

rb -36 . 

90 

70 

19 

90 

73 

66 

120 

104 

35 

120 

73 

50 

rb-45. 

45 

22 

5 

45 

32 

32 

45 

10 

6 

45 

33 

31 

RB-47. 

45 

. 

- , 

45 

. 

- 

45 

- ; 

• - 

45 

_ 

_ 

YRB-47. 

- 

- 

- 


_ 



_ | 

- 

- 


- 

RB -50. 

45 

34 

24 

48 

44 

35 

45 

23 

2 

48 

27 

27 

HF-51 . 

18 

19 

14 

24 

24 

22 

is 

13 

6 

24 

15 

14 

BF-80. 

126 

107 

65 

132 

137 

103 

126 , 

103 

75 

132 

142 

112 

RF-86. 


3 

2 

- 

4 

3 

-1 

2 

1 

- 

4 

3 

WB-29. 

72 

65 

35 

84 

65 

63 

72 

65 

35 

84 

67 

67 

Airlift - Totfl.1 a/. . . . 

1,052 

961 

620 

1,509 

1,026 

964 

1,100 

1,023 

612 

1,497 

983 

921 

C-46. 

208 

203 

133 

272 

190 

172 

160 

165 

86 

224 

138 

127 

C-47. 

42 

51 

44 

75 

73 

72 

42 

45 

39 

59 

60 

60 

c-54. 

190 

180 

129 

380 

259 

259 

170 

180 

132 

310 

22? 

227 

c-74. 

8 

10 

9 

26 

17 

17 

8 

9 

8 

26 

13 

13 

C-82. 

96 

81 

47 

96 

65 

46 

96 

85 

42 

96 

63 

49 

C-97. 

44 

46 

35 

90 

74 

74 

44 

46 

31 

90 

73 

73 

C-118. 

8 

- 

mu 

12 

- 

- 

8 

10 

5 

12 

7 

7 

C-119 . 

272 

255 


304 

215 

200 

336 

315 

192 

368 

233 

217 

C-122 . 

16 

9 

ma 

16 

7 

7 

16 

8 

5 

16 

11 

7 

C-124. 

168 

126 

70 

238 

126 

115 

204 

154 

68 

280 

154 

137 

H-19 . 

- 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

16 

6 

4 

16 

4 

4 

Airlift Support 













Air Refueling - Total . . 

340 

275 

172 

340 

258 

199 

380 

298 

128 

380 

250 

184 

KB-29 . 

200 

176 

134 

200 

189 

182 

200 

159 

103 

200 

ns 

144 

KC-9?. 

140 

99 

38 

140 

69 

17 

180 

139 

25 

180 

72 

40 

Miscellaneous - Total b/ . 

618 

599 

382 

618 

562 

453 

649 

573 

368 

641 

534 

413 



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31 MARCH 1953 

30 JUNE 1953 

BY TYPE AND MODEL 


AIRCRAFT 


CREWS 


AIRCRAFT I 


CREWS 


OF AIRCRAFT 













AUTH 

ON 

C CM3 AT 

aitth 

ON 

COMBAT 

AUTH 

ON 

CCKBAT 

AUTH 

OR 

COMBAT 


HAND 

READY 

HAND 

READY 

HAND 

READY 

HAND 

READY 

Combat and Airlift - Total. 

7,3 1 *9 

6,070 

3,787 

9,041 

6,674 

4,747 

7,648 

6,477 

3,898 

9,870 

7,016 

4,754 

Combat - Total. 

5,106 

4,129 

2,642 

6,485 

4,884 

3,203 

5,233 

4,351 

2,703 

7,072 

5,179 

3,234 

Bomber - Total. 

1,236 

m 

639 

1,304 

1,113 

668 

1,206 

1,102 

589 

1,409 

1,080 

703 

b -26. 

166 

185 

137 

220 

249 

l64 

168 

196 

146 


246 

156 

B-29. 

390 

406 

228 

390 

369 

210 

315 

319 

177 


267 

148 

B-36. 

180 

129 

72 

180 

122 

80 

180 

135 

51 


140 

114 

B-45. 

48 

38 

17 

56 

36 

34 

48 

37 

Ml 

56 

38 

31 

8-UT. 

225 

144 

48 

225 

121 

. 

270 

211 

HLJ 

324 

180 

6l 

B-50. 

225 

209 

137 

225 

216 

180 

225 

204 


270 

209 

193 

Fighter - Total .... 

3,285 

2,598 

1,796 

4,563 

3,299 

2,164 

3,397 

2,757 


4,939 

3,554 

2,074 

F-47. 

! 

84 

56 


62 

9 


17 

13 

_ 

42 

mm 

F-51. 

100 

361 

233 

144 

400 

255 

50 

197 

148 

72 

179 ■ 

1S59 

F-flO. 

125 

175 

107 

180 

182 

157 

LOO 

136 

92 

144 

195 


F-02. 

- 

7 

3 

- 

2 

- 

- 

11 

1 

. 

7 


F-84. 

1,200 

964 

7M 

1,351 

1,167 

832 

1,125 

932 | 

689 

1,369 

1,287 

806 

F-86A/E/F. 

950 

673 

471 

1,188 

919 

591 

1,175 

967 ; 

612 

1,532 

1,193 

721 

F-86D. 

375 

6 

- 

75° 

- 

- 

375 

143 

40 

750 

85 

34 

f-89. 

100 

39 

24 

200 

9 

- 

100 

31 

20 

200 

37 

- 

F-9 1 *. 

435 

289 

192 

750 

558 

320 

472 

323 

188 

872 

529 

271 

Reconnaissance - Total. 

585 

420 

207 

618 

472 

371 

630 

492 

311 

724 

545 

457 

RB-26. 

72 ' 

86 

KJf 

78 

92 

74 

72 

83 

48 

78 

89 

82 

RB-29. 

1*2 

23 

Kfl 

42 

23 

13 

42 

19 

9 

42 

18 

11 

RB-36. 

120 

112 

K9 

120 

79 

54 

120 

105 

52 

144 

98 

73 

RB-45. 

- 

11 

iff 

- 

32 

18 

- 

18 

5 

- 

23 

21 

RB-47. 

90 

_ 

1 

90 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOB-47. 

_ 

- 

Hi 


. 

- 

135 

24 

12 

162 

8 

- 

RB-50. 

1*5 

29 

16 

48 

44 

38 

45 

35 

23 

58 

46 

36 

RF-51. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

rf-8o. 

144 

93 

64 

156 

142 

118 

144 

133 

114 

156 

174 

149 

RF-86 . 

- 


- , 


. 

- 

- 

2 

2 

- 

5 

5 

tfB-26 . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

6 

2 

- 

17 

15 

WB-29. 

72 

66 

34 

84 

60 

56 

72 

67 

44 

84 

67 

65 

Airlift - Total a./. .. . 

1,156 

1,051 

681 

1,475 

1,029 

957 

1,199 

1,099 

573 

1,485 

1,032 ! 

906 

C-46. 

61* 

146 

93 

128 

136 

131 

64 

121 

91 

96 

134 

122 

C-47. 

42 

44 

36 

59 

63 

61 

40 

>*5 

31 

56 

55 

53 

C-5 1 *. 

198 

189 

149 

302 

223 

223 

208 

187 

Il4 

310 

207 

170 

C-7 1 *. 

8 

8 

7 

12 

9 

9 

8 

8 

4 

12 

11 

11 

C-82. 

64 

54 

29 

64 

31 

18 

32 

32 

9 

32 

19 

12 

C-97. 

50 

47 

27 

66 

56 

56 

49 

46 

23 

79 

52 

47 

C-118. 

12 

12 

6 

is 

9 

9 

12 

8 

6 

is 

9 

9 

C-119. 

464 

358 

230 

496 

295 

278 

496 

403 

250 ! 

528 

325 

306 

/C-122.-. . 

16 

7 

5 

16 

7 

7 

16 

8 

6 

16 

7 

7 

C-124. 

222 

180 

95 

298 

194 

159 

256 

220 

33 

322 

205 . 

153 

H-19. 

16 

6 

5 

16 

6 

'6 

16 

21 

6 

16 

8 ' 

8 

Airlift Support 













Air Refueling - Total . . 

420 

338 

144 

420 

273 

180 

440 

376 

227 

540 

290 

180 

KB-29. 

200 

158 

108 

200 

153 

133 

180 

153 

107 

215 

157 

119 

kc-97 . 

220 

100 

36 

220 

120 

47 

260 

223 

120 

325 

133 

61 

Miscellaneous - Total b/. 

667 

552 

320 

661 

488 

407 

776 

651 

395 

773 

515 

434 















a/ Includea Troop Carrier, Logistic Support, Military Air Transport Service and Strategic Support Units, 
b/ Includes Air Resupply, Liaison, Mapping and Charting and Tow Target Units. 

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TABLE SI - OPERATIONAL READINESS OF COMBAT AND AIRLIFT WINGS - FISCAL YEAR 1953 


Readiness le based on the Commanding Officers Overall Index representing the operational capability of the unit. 
Indexes are based on the percentages shown below; 


INDEX 


PERCENTAGE OF READINESS 


10-7 
6 - 4 
3 - o 


100 - 66 High degree of capability 
65 - 36 Medium degree of capability 
35-0 Little or no degree of capability 


TYPE WING 

10 DECEMBER 1952 

TOTAL 

10-7 

6-4 

0 

1 

m 

Total . 

98 

*9 

25 

24 

Heavy Bomber. .... 

5 

2 

1 

2 

Medium Bomber . 

22 

14 

1 

7 

Light Bomber. .... . 

4 

3 

0 

1 

Fighter Escort. 

4 

1 ' 

3 

0 

Fighter Bomber. . , . 

15 

5 

7 

3 

Fighter Interceptor . 

21 

10 i 

5 

6 

Strategic Reconnaissance, Heavy . 

4 

2 

0 

2 

Strategic Reconnaissance, Medium. . 

4 

3 

0 

1 

Tactical Reconnaissance . 

i* 

2 

1 

1 

Troop Carrier, Heavy. 

3 

2 

0 

1 

Troop Carrier, Medium . 

12 

5 

7 

0 


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pared by Headquarters USAF after considering all known factors affecting unit readiness. 

C - 1 High degree of relative capability. Adequately manned, equipped and trained to perform assigned 
mission with latest UE (first line aircraft or equipment). 

C - 2 Same as above with second line equipment (F-51* B-29, etc.) or aircraft or equipment not designed 
to perform the primary mission of the unit. 

0 

C - 3 A lesser degree of capability than Indicated above on either first or second line equipment. Short¬ 
ages of personnel, facilities, etc., exist. 

C — 4 A very low degree of capability. Extreme shortages in equipment, personnel and facilities exist. 



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FLIGHT OPERATIONS 


Aircraft flight operations data Included In this section are based on statistics submitted on AF Pom 110A, 
In accordance with APR 65-110 as revised. The 110A report is compiled on a physical possession basis with the vari¬ 
ous activity categories determined by the assigned purposes of the status of the aircraft rather than actual use. 

The tables provide summary data covering flight operations on "Operating Active", "Other Active", and "In¬ 
active" USAP aircraft and include aircraft utilization, flying hours, fuel consumption, etc., during the Fiscal Year 
1953. The data are segregated Into the following types of activity: Administrative, Minimum Individual Training, 
Unit Training, Unit Support, Flying and Technical Training, Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Combat Crew Training, 
MATS Transport, MATS Air Evacuation, Test (except "X" models), Test Support, Special Missions, Command Support, Pro¬ 
ject, En Route, and Inactive. These various categories of USAP operations are defined as follows: 

a. Administrative : Aircraft assigned for administrative or staff work as outlined In APL 150-10A. (AD) 

b. Minimum Individual Training : Aircraft assigned for the primary purpose of providing minimum Individ¬ 
ual training as outlined in APL 150-10. (Cl) 

c. Primary Tactical Unit : Aircraft assigned as primary unit equipment for the direct accomplishment of 
the tactical unit operations in accordance with appropriate authorizations as shown in APL 15 O-IOA. (CC) 

d. Unit Support : Aircraft which are authorized and assigned as tactical unit support aircraft, as in¬ 
dicated in APL 150 -lOA. (CP) 

e. Plying and Technical Training : Aircraft assigned for the flying and technical training activities of 
the Air Training Command, as outlined in APL 150-10. (CU) 

f. MDAP Aircraft Temporarily Diverted to USAP ; Those aircraft programmed for foreign countries under 
the Mutual Defense Assistance Program for which delivery to the ultimate recipient foreign countries has been deferred 
in order to divert temporarily those aircraft to the Air Force. (CX) 

g. Combat Crew Training ; Aircraft authorized and assigned specifically to combat crew training. (TC) 

h. MATS Transport ; Aircraft assigned to MATS for transport and related uses (Divisions and Base Commands 
only), in accordance with APL 150-10A. ICT) 


I. MATS Air Evacuations : Aircraft assigned for the accomplishment of air evacuation operations within 
HATS, in accordance with appropriate authorizations as shown in APL 150-10A. (CE) 

J. Test : Aircraft assigned for testing, research and development (except "X" models and aircraft on 
bailment contract for test), as authorized in APL 150-10A. (EX) 

k. Test Support ; Aircraft assigned to support organized tests of aircraft and allied equipment, author¬ 
ized in APL 150-1QA. (Except aircraft on bailment contract for test support.) (ES) 

l. Special Mission ; Aircraft assigned as special mission aircraft in accordance with APL 150-10A, and 
such other special missions as required to support the pricary missions of the USAP. (CM) 

m. Operating Active : The total of the above categories - (AD, Cl, CC, CP, CU, CX, TC, CT, CE, EX, ES, 

and CM). 

n. Other Active (Command Support and En route) : Aircraft of one command undergoing organizational or 
field maintenance in a unit of a different major air command, aircraft undergoing depot maintenance, and aircraft in 
an en route status. (RF, RT, HR) 

o. Other Active (Project) ; Aircraft on project established to effect assignment or reassignment of USAP 
aircraft to fulf lTl active requirements as ordered by the Aircraft-Distribution Office of Headquarters Air Materiel 
Command. (PA) 


p. Inactive : storage aircraft, aircraft on a project to be assigned to an inactive category or a non- 
USAP activity, flyable inactive aircraft, aircraft undergoing modification; aircraft on loan, " X n model aircraft, 
aircraft declared excess to the Department of the Air Force requirements, aircraft reported to the Aircraft Dis¬ 
tribution Office as excess to the requirements of an Air Force or command, new production, and aircraft reconmended 
for reclamation. (S3, SC, SI, PI, PN, PI, RM, AL, all n X“ models, XP, XS, XO, HP, RS, SO, and XJ). 



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I FUST QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

SECOND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 


AVERAGE 

AIRCRAFT 



AVERAGE 

AIRCRAFT 


HOURS 

P L 0 V N 

ON 

IN 

LANDINGS 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

ON 

IN 

LANDINGS 



HAND 

COM. 



HAND 

CCM. 


TOTAL 




1,912,876 

1,922,809 



1,683,909 

OPERATING ACTIVE 

2,123,693 

16,119 

9,626 

1,905,387 

1,908,543 

14,875 

10,020 

1,676,560 

OTHER ACTIVE 

12,81*5 

1,629 

157 

4,848 

10,633 

1,180 

163 

4,165 

INACTIVE 

3,097 


2,661 

3,633 



3,206 



TOTAL 

2,123,698 

16,119 

9,626 

1,905,387 

1,908,543 

14,875 

10,020 

1,676,560 

SOMBER. 

176,862 

1,369 

926 

69,665 

164,766 

1,466 

“11 

976 

67,621 

5-17. 

5,388 

“‘"S? 

~BS 

1,464 

"TW 

SB 

XW 

B-25. 

557 

8 

6 

291 

521 

8 

6 

299 

B-26. 

1*9,608 

282 

201 

25,668 

47,273 

316 

217 

23,776 

B-29. 

78,003 

615 

425 

28,191 

70,588 

634 

434 

26,019 

B-36. 

11,550 

85 

56 

1,426 

12,279 

114 

so 

2,092 

B-45. 

6,157 

64 

36 

2,43a 

2,075 

56 

25 

1,090 

B-47. 

3,666 

69 

26 

4,280 

6,452 

88 

42 

7,457 

B-50. 

26,955 

217 

156 

5,907 

23,178 

219 

152 

5,500 

TANKER . 

KB-29. 

25,875 

17,376 

284 

155 

213 

135 

8,928 

7753B 

26,221 

16,267 

305 

ITT 


8,573 

KC-97. 

8,699 

106 

78 

3,390 

9,956 

134 

96 

4,064 

FIGHTER. 

295,636 

3,221 

2,110 

235,790 

261.742 

3,370 

96 


208,230 

F-47. 


- s T3S 


7,950 


~ 37775 

F-5L. 

55,656 

610 

426 

39,626 

45,833 

617 

428 

32,281 

f-8o. 

67,276 

450 

271 

42,788 

60,132 

421 

252 

36,960 

F-82. 

675 

10 

3 

223 

253 

9 

3 

146 

F-84. 

79,633 

978 

662 

58,565 

76,312 

1,113 

666 

55,458 

F-86. 

55,593 

576 

377 

68,575 

59,190 

66l 

425 

51,931 

F-89. 

6,061 

93 

32 

3,148 

331 

105 

39 

325 

F-94. 

62,281 

368 

248 

35,117 

34,699 

354 

229 

27,350 

RECONTiAISANCE. . . . 

62,308 

491 

318 

23,980 

55,400 

680 

295 

20,999 

' M-i7 

TftSJ 

12 

S 

532 

T^37 

Ta 


*550 

RB-25. 

313 

3 

2 

151 

209 

3 

2 

119 

RB-26. 

10,510 

84 

6l 

0 4,918 

9,433 

90 

65 

4,259 

RB-29 . 

3,897 

32 

19 

819 

3,396 

26 

17 

743 

WB-29 . 

16,821* 

70 

36 

3,236 

15>020 

68 

38 

2,967 

Rb-36 . 

8,360 

71 

42 

1,006 

8,237 

95 

56 

1,306 

RB-!t5. 

2,176 

24 

14 

642 

1,092 

15 

9 

603 

RB-U7. 

- 



_ 

43 

1 

- 

28 

RB-50. 

6,292 

Bl 


862 

2,577 

28 

15 

542 

RC-U5. 

659 

-;xfl 


4 n 

615 

5 

4 

420 

RC-47. 

955 

HshI 


550 

826 

6 

5 

567 

RF *51. 

3,770 

22 

19 

2,271 

2,335 

19 

13 

1,450 

RP-80. 

11,362 

123 

83 

8,363 

10,288 

109 

65 

7,197 

RF-96 . 

227 

5 

3 

239 

92 

4 

1 

88 

SEARCH AND RESCUE. . 

26,667 

212 

133 

23,024 

23,812 

216 

147 

17,404 

" Sa-16 . 

639 

T 

4 

-^55 

2 

~S 

sa-16 . 

16,290 

126 

74 

18,595 

15,569 

144 

84 

13,596 

SB-17 . 

5,203 

63 

31 

2,128 

3,506 

30 

34 

1,426 

SB-29 . 

3,263 

26 

l6 

868 

3,619 

30 

19 

935 

3C-**7. 

' 683 

4 

3 

269 

368 

3 

3 

335 

SC-54. 

367 

3 

3 

173 

359 

3 

2 

170 

SH-5. 

262 

4 

2 

556 

148 

4 

3 

606 

CARGO. 

569,766 

2,683 

1,864 

"T5 

“279,695 

677,496 

2,703 

37 

1,836 

27 

232,046 

CB-17 . 


3,668 

F ■ ||B 

CB-25 . 

7,727 

69 

35 

3,796 

4,487 

36 

27 

1,988 

GB-26 . 

383 

2 

2 

254 

281 

2 

1 

237 

cJ»5. 

67,156 

600 

£76 

41,586 

56,916 

427 

295 

35,458 

c-46. 

36,986 

223 

163 

23,165 

31,632 

200 

129 

21,881 

C-47/53 .... 

250,265 

1,087 

816 

134,748 

207,740 

1,060 

769 

105,686 

C-54. 

102,067 

272 

190 

34,777 

81,896 

270 

173 

25,695 

C-74. 

3,778 

9 

5 

769 

3,481 

9 

5 

610 

C-82. 

9,776 

110 

6l 

5,559 

6,098 

110 

6l 

3,315 

C-97. ..... 

18,298 

6l 

25 

5,115 

16,086 

62 

27 

4,586 

C-117. 

1,530 

12 

9 

919 

1,632 

14 

11 

833 

C-U8. 

191 

1 

1 

62 

1,692 

9 

4 

428 

c-119 ..... 

26,016 

271 

160 

17,357 

31,740 

313 

211 

19,799 


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FIRST QUARTER FISCAL.YEAR -1953 


SECOND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 



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FIRST QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

SECOND QUARTER PISCAL YEAR 

4953 

TYPE 

HOURS 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 


HOURS 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 


AND 







MODEL 

FLOWN 

ON 

IN 

LANDINGS 

FLOWN 

ON 

IN 

LANDINGS 



HAND 

COM. 



HAND 

COM. 










FIGHTER - Continued 

88 



106 

70 

72 

^■1 

87 


110 

4 


F -80. 

73 

rr 

4 

76 

65 

38 


62 

F-82. 

_ 

4 

- 

* 

- 

3 


- 

7-84. 

2,226 

353 

20 

898 

2,769 

264 


4,014 

F-86. 

419 

131 

2 

127 

318 

130 


276 

7-89. 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

■K 

“ 

F-94. 

6 

16 

- 

4 

160 

13 


101 


516 

51 

7 

139 

638 

61 

T 

IEeSII 

165 

RB-26. 

55 

8 

3 

19 

213 

12 


46 

FB-29. 

52 

3 

- 

17 

129 

6 


22 

VB-29. 

348 

10 

1 

6 l 

24l 

43 


55 

RB-36 . 

2fl 

6 

- 

13 

- 

- 

.. H 

- 

RE-45. 

- 

1 

- 


* 

1 


- 

Rfl-50. 

5 

6 

1 


7 

6 


a 

RC-45. 

4 

1 

- 


- 

- 


“ 

RF -51. 

10 

5 

1 


35 

12 

■S 

24 

57-80. 

! l4 

11 

1 


12 

8 

3 

9 

RC -54. 

' 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 


Hf-86. 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

* 

RC-47 ..... 

~ 

- 

" 


1 

1 

- 

1 

SEARCH AND RESCUE. . 

184 

21 

5 

4o 

112 

25 

3 

37 

' SA-T7T. 

4 

T 

? 

T 

- 

S 

I 

T 

sa-i6 . 

72 

10 

2 

15 

17 

45 

1 

22 

SB*17 . 

6 

4 

- 

6 

1 

3 

1 

1 

SB-29. 

102 

4 

1 

15 

92 

4 

- 

11 

SC-4 7. 

- 

- 

■ 

“ 

2 

1 

‘ 

2 


4,381 

147 

16 

1,186 

2,307 

l6l 

12 

633 

CB-17. 

— 5 

- 

E 

57 

1 

- 

15 

CB-25. 

135 

3 

1 

122 

5 

2 

- 

6 

C-45. 

68 

20 

1 

81 

33 

20 

- 

35 

c-46. 

138 

13 

2 

35 

12 

4 

- 

12 

C-47. 

566 

63 

3 

346 

595 

70 

3 

287 

c-54. 

1,793 

l6 

3 

311 

860 

49 

3 

174 

c -8a. 

77 

10 

- 

24 

9 

10 

- 

6 

C-97- ..... 

39 

1 

- 

6 

- 

2 

- 

- 

c-117 . 

4 

1 

- 

3 

2 

- 

- 

1 

c-119 . 

929 

15 

4 

153 

718 

23 

5 

93 

C-124 . 

626 

3 

2 

99 

9 

8 

1 

3 

CB-29. 

- 

- 

* 

* 

1 

“ 

■ 

1 

C-74. 

- 

“ 

* 

- 

* 

1 

" 

- 

C-122. 

- 


" 

- 

- 

1 

" 

~ 

TRAINER. 

1,113 

187 

32 

847 

1,047 

451 

29 

S* 

w. 

—ZT 

"5F 


"58 

~r? 

~I9 

"T 

T-7 . 

l4l 

4 

2 

62 

138 

3 

1 

48 

T-ll. 

11 

10 


S3 

8 


1 

14 

T-28. 

1 

2 

_ 

1 

17 


- 

36 

T-29. 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

- 


- 

- 

T-33. 

428 

49 

7 

225 

271 


6 

182 

TB-17 . 

13 

2 


9 

140 


- 

4l 

TB-25. 

334 

44 

11 

419 

351 

43 

11 

489 

tb-26. 

11 

13 

2 

13 

18 

12 

1 

25 

TB-29. 

124 

14 

2 

39 

73 

7 

2 

34 

TB-50. 

- 

1 

1 

* 

- 

" 

“ 

- 

TC-45. 

- 

1 

- 

- 

2 

1 

- 

6 

TC-46. 

1 

1 

_ 

I 

- 

“ 

~ 

- 

1C-47. 

1 

1 

- 

1 

4 

2 

- 

3 

TC-54. 

2 

- 

- 

2 

- 

~ 

- 

- 

IF-47. 

5 

2 


8 

- 

• 

” 

- 

IF -51 . 

! iu 

17 

5 

16 

6 

l4 


11 

17-80 . 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

IB-45 . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 


* 

- 

COMMUNICATION. . . . 

143 

101 

2 

225 

134 

96 

3 

132 

L-J* . 

T> 


r 

ST 

ss 

15 

- 

"IS 

L-5 . 

3i 

46 


36 

46 

30 

- 

40 

L-13 . 

16 

2 


34 

. 

1 

- 

- 

l-16 . 

12 

9 


19 

17 

34 

2 

25 


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TYPE 

AMD 

MODEL 

FIRST QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

' SECOND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 

LANDINGS 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 

LANDINGS 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. 




I N 

C T I V E 

0 n t i n u 

d 


TRAINER - Continued 


\ 

/ 



\ 

/ 


t-33. 

- 

\ 

/ 

_ 

4 

\ 

/ 

2 

T-28. 

2 

\ 

/ 

2 

14 

\ 

/ 

14 

tb-45 . 

- 

\ 

/ 

- 

4 

\ 

/ 

3 

T-H. 

- 

\ 

/ 

" 

2 

\ 

/ 

1 


223 

\ 

/ 

280 

255 

\ 

/ 

542 



\ 

/ 

T5 

T 

\ 

/ 

~H 

XL LT. 

kl 



42 

72 



96 

L-20. 

175 

WM A 


223 

114 



250 

XL-26 . 

- 



* 

63 



175 

H-13. 

- 

1 

I 

- 

5 

■ 


15 

TARGET. 

2 



2 


■ 

M 


QB-17 . 

2 

m 

■ 



m 

B 



THIRD QUARTER FISCAL TEAR 1953 

FOURTH QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

TOTAL 

1 , 91 * 1,968 


y 

1 , 610,610 

2,169,279 


1/ 

1,978,758 

OPERATING ACTIVE 

1,929,1*76 

15,231 


1,601,051 

2,152,509 

15,460 


1,966,962 

OTHER ACTIVE 

7,221 

1,429 


4,395 

11,177 

1,420 


6,656 

INACTIVE 

5,271 



5,164 

5,593 



5,340 




0 

E R A T I N 




TOTAL 

1 , 929 , 1*76 

15,231 


1,601,051 

2,152,509 

15,480 


1,966,962 

BOMBER . 

162,650 

1,514 


69,684 

156,812 

1,506 


67,861 

5T.7. 

2,015 

-"TT 


1,488 

1 '2,451 ■ 



4,574 

B-25. 

556 

8 


317 

690 

8' 


380 

B -26. 

1*7,836 

314 


24,601 

50,889 

308 


25,863 

B-29. 

62,196 

574 


25,405 

46,166 

493 


47,099 

b-36. 

12,771 

125 


2,137 

14,115 

143 


2,420 

B-45. 

671 

48 


372 

2,550 

46 


1,308 

B-47. 

13,1*73 

164 


9,845 

17,293 

254 


13,207 

B-50. 

23,107 

229 


5,503 

22,635 

224 


5,988 

JD-1. 

25 

1 


16 

53 

1 


22 

TANKER . 

23,916 

319 


8,390 

25,307 

360 


11,133 

Kfe 29. 

1T.1H3 

1ST 


4,405 

11,359 

154 


4,779 

KC-97 . 

10,733 

158 


3,985 

13,900 

206 


6,354 

FIGHTER. 

290,241 

3,491 


£30,503 

351,595 

3,663 


280,350 

F-47. 

'17685 



1,265 

1,L49 

27 


^<553 

F-51. 

30,341 

508 


21,339 

19,861 

317 


13,502 

F -00. 

44,709 

444 


40,335 

43,993 

428 


62,217 

F -82. 

200 

7 


101 

481 

u 


308 

F-84. 

102,917 

1,232 


72,332 

129,663 

1.279 


93,421 

F-86. 

75,528 

810 


67,838 

113,619 

1,183 


96,708 

F 89. 

6 

82 


9 

1,746 

4o 


1,290 

F-94. 

34,851 

348 

1 

27,287 

40,783 

378 


31,841 

RECONNAISSANCE . . . 

51,586 

471 


19,3H 

59,604 

507 


26,396 

RB-17 . 

1,696 

To 


387 

-EEo 

“5 


288 

RB 25. 

218 

3 


155 

200 

3 


169 

RB -26. 

9,588 

90 


4,438 

9,145 

83 


4,670 

RB-29. 

2,609 

20 


629 

3,110 

26 


823 

WB-29. 

13,730 

68 


3,353 

14,947 

69 


4,339 

rb -36 . 

8,810 

H3 


1,211 

12,316 

112 


1,286 

RB.45. 

960 

12 


324 

1,001 

18 


416 

RB-L7. 

Uk 

1 


26 

412 

10 


586 

RB-50 . 

3,370 

34 


618 

3,525 

34 


649 

RC-45. 

438 

5 


457 

595 

6 


358 

RC-L7. 

611 

5 


428 

608 

5 


610 

RF-51. 

492 

9 


355 

87 

1 


80 

KF-SO. 

9,506 

99 


6,827 

11,279 

122 


9,601 

RF-86. 

Ill 

2 


103 

122 



106 

WB-26. 

“ 

- 


* 

1,437 

6 


433 


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TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

| THIRD QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

FOURTH QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE 

AIRCRAFT 

LANDINGS 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 

LANDINGS 

ON 

HAND 

EM 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. a/ 



0 P 

IllUflll 

BXHSE 

1 n u e d 


SEARCH AND RESCUE. . 

22,389 

221 


19,132 

28,105 

232 


21,900- 

SA-lb. 

T67«l7 

166 


16,871 

22,626 

iff 


22,279 

SB-17 . 

1,556 

16 


715 


12 


909 

SB-29. 

3,069 

31 


962 


29 


1,103 

SC-1+7. 

536 

1 


370 

599 

5 


163 

SC-51. 

*333 

2 


172 

2l7 

1 


1I6 

SH-5. 

70 

2 


309 

- 

- 


" 

CARGO. 

1*51,381 

2,712 


237,918 

512,913 

2,871 


271,079 

CB-L7. 

3,969 



ilJlftft WT*jf 

■5,711 

3^ 


IBKQmI 

CB-25. 

1,531 

31 


2,002 

1,168 

30 


1,900 

CE 26. 

332 

2 


232 

289 

2 


231 

CB-29. 

9 

- 


2 

- 

- 


- 

C -1*5. 

62,199 

182 


12,837 

77,822 

553 


50,301 

cJ*6. 

25,396 

158 


19,307 

29,111 

117 


21,140 

C-I7/53 .... 

197,321 



105,618 

216,267 

1,029 


120,125 

C-51.. 

68,920 

261 


21,519 

73,713 

271 


21,387 

0-71+. 

2,571 

8 


537 

2,183 

8 


852 

C-82. 

5,155 

100 


2,691 

2,119 

65 


1,616 

C-97. 

11,820 

61 


1,722 

15,112 

61 


5,111 

C-L17 . 

1,168 

12 


655 

3,3H 

21 


1,931 

c-118. 

2,288 

13 


630 

3,182 

16 


1,060 

c-119 ...... 

35,228 



21,819 

18,539 

116 


29,515 

C-121 . 

1,228 



679 

1,3d 

8 


613 

C-122 . 

330 



390 

I5I 

7 


196 

C-121 . 

25,616 



9,738 

30,005 

202 


12,253 

C-125. 

- 

1 


- 

- 

1 


“ 

TRAINER. 

865,309 

5,837 


858,971 

910,287 

5,599 


1,081,919 

TS-17. 


*55 


~T7k39 

37557 

5 


I I 

TO-25. 

117,070 

055 


90,939 

118,866 

815 


91,013 

TB-26 . 

23,300 

218 


19,501 

21,920 

228 


20,621 

TO-29. 

13,662 

100 


9,299 

12,172 

115 


7,010 

TB-l+5 

167 

8 


137 

505 

8 


327 

TB-17. 

- 

- 


- 

1,671 

13 


2,380 

TO-50. 

3,099 

11 


821 

7,319 

16 


2,725 

TC-l+5. 

6,85k 

93 


6,389 

12,231 

91 


9,216 

TC-1+7. 

10,424 

18 


6,109 

11,262 

38 


7,157 

7C-51. 

1,116 

7 


358 

2,018 

8 


127 

TF-51. 

7,079 

108 


1,611 

5,972 

83 


3,929 

w-60. 

. 1,812 

63 


1,126 

2,186 

32 


2,062 

TO-5. 

16 

1 


303 

. 



- 

t-6. 

318,905 

2,252 


398,868 

331,737 

1,871 


52l,lll 

T-7. 

u,816 

98 


7,796 

9,270 

71 


6,089 

T-Ll. 

21,680 

219 


11,856 

20,133 

179 


13,579 

T.28. 

67,267 

176 


83,082 

110,710 

510 


112,538 

T-29. 

22,195 

111 


9,696 

29,580 

130 


11,013 

T-33. 

172,205 

1,096 


200,275 

205,715 

1,260 


232,533 

T-3 1 *. 

5 

2 


10 

- 

2 


1 

T-35. 

2 

3 


6 

“ 

1 


* 

COMMUNICATION. . . . 

60,913 

608 


155,283 

76,173 

710 


200,9H 

L-5 .. 


B2 


— 67075 

“77777 

I5H 


“T7J59 

L-L3. 

628 

24 


1,561 

381 

21 


1,118 

L-l6. 

880 

50 


2,623 

1,153 

19 


l,lfll 

L-17. 

9 

1 


6 

- 

- 


- 

L-19. 

20 

2 


30 

39 

2 


57 

L-20. 

9,773 



13,033 

16,093 

156 


20,967 

L-ai. 

25,913 



51,585 

29,118 

ns 


61,L19 

L-23. 

9 



7 

83 

1 


81 

LT-6. 

8,151 



5,851 

9,916 

13 


6,225 

H-5. 

2,875 



17,515 

2,176 

15 


10,113 

H-12. 

11 

■ m-m 


87 

50 



115 

H-13. 

3,130 



39,131 

5,512 



61,717 

fi-18. 

18 



112 




- 

H-19. 

3,362 

16 


16,181 

5,111 

78 


23,195 

H-21. 

51 

1 


4l 

223 

3 


520 

H-23. 

1 

2 


U 

102 

3 


731 

H-25. 

19I 

2 


610 

103 

2 

*» 

377 


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TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

I THIRD QUARTER FISCAL TEAR 1953 

j FOURTH QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 

LANDINGS 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

: AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 

LANDINGS 

ON 

HAND | 

IN 

CCM. a/ 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. a/ 



OPERATIC 


mm 

1 n u e d 


TARGET . 

1,091 

28 


1,526 

1,383 

32 


1,385 

4b-17 . 

781 

IS 


—955 

T759S 

15 


1,030 

< 3?-80 . 

246 

6 


457 

227 

7 


281 

Q-l4. 

31 

5 


31 

1 

2 


I 

QT-33 . 

33 

1 


53 

56 

1 


73 




■X223MBD 




TOTAL 

7,221 

1,429 


4,395 

11,177 

1.519 


6,456 

BOMBER. 

842 

159 


363 

1,784 

175 


543 

B-17. 

~ 

'I 



r 

— 5 


T 

B-25. 

B-26. 

2 

348 

1 

54 


2 

204 

974 

1 

59 


342 

B-29. 

395 

67 


107 

758 

79 


180 

B -36 . 

30 

12 


11 

16 

4 


7 

B-l>5. 

- 

4 


- 

- 

9 


- 

B-47. 

8 

7 


4 

35 ! 

7 


12 

B-50. 

59 

13 


35 

1 

13 


L 

TANKER. 

7 

6 


3 

40 

12 


36 

—KB-S9. 

C 

8 


1 

55 

15 


35 

KC-97. 

3 

- 


1 


” 


” 

FIGHTER. 

1 1,713 

676 


1,673 

2,717 

678 


2,648 

yzk-j . 

-55 

17 


' 51 

15 

B 


- TB 

F-51. 

65 | 

84 


75 

242 

126 


242 

P-80. 

38 

27 


45 

217 

34 


103 

F-84. 

912 

289 


945 

914 

272 


1,192 

P-86. 

567 

222 


499 

1,106 

174 


834 

F -89 . 

23 

21 


28 

l4l 

39 


195 

F-9*i. 

88 

16 


60 

85 

25 


66 

pv-5 . 

- 

~ 


- 




“ 

RECONNAISSANCE . . . 

595 

73 


157 

577 

67 

. 

206 

RB-L7. 


T 



“J 

8 


”3 

VB-17. 

- 

_ 


- 

- 



- 

RB -26 . 

10 

9 


8 

211 

9 


70 

RB -29 . 

100 

8 


25 

3 

3 


3 

WB -29 . 

279 

12 


53 

236 

11 


49 

BB -36 . 

5 

5 


2 

17 

8 


8 

RB-45. 

53 

1 


11 

29 



5 

RB-47. 

- 

_ 


- 

- 



- 

RB-50 . 

98 

6 


22 

31 

<* j'KS 


28 

RC-45. 

- 

1 


- 

- 

iilifiidKJti 


- 

RC-47. 

1 

1 


1 

2 

• 


3 

RC-54. 

- 

1 1 


- 

- 

1 


- 

RF-51 . 

9 

9 ! 


11 

29 

10 


26 

RF -80 . 

35 

14 


19 

! 10 

•9 


6 

RF-86. 

5 

r 2 


5 

6 

2 


5 

SEARCH AND RESCUE. . 

316 

28 


128 

347 

20 


88 

SA-IO. 

- 



- 

- 

. 


- 

sA -16 . 

125 

15 i 


87 

277 

12 


59 

SB-17. 

6 

6 i 


4 

- 

. 


- 

SB-29 

123 

5 ! 


26 

66 

6 


20 

SC-1*7. 

6l 



10 

- 

_ 


- 

sc -54 . 

1 

1 


1 

4 

1 


9 

SH-5. 

“ 

1 



- 

1 



CARGO. 

2>93 

197 


798 

3,427 

206 


1,058 

CB-17 . 

- l te 



T5 

T50 

~6 


“TB 

CB-25. 

5 

2 


12 

- 

1 


- 

CB-26. 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 


- 

CB-29. 

1 

1 


1 

- 

- 


- 

C-45. 

105 

13 


53 

Il4 

15 


80 

C-46. 

19 

8 


13 

197 

u 


21 

c-i*7. 

721 

76 


342 

692 

68 


372 

C-54. 

345 

24 


107 

623 

16 


158 

C-7 1 *. 

2 

1 


2 

9 

2 


7 

C-82. 

4 

20 


4 

14 

42 


lb 

c-97. . . . 

5 

4 


4 

52 

4 


37 


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a/ In CcnoiBslon data for Third and Fourth Quarter not available. 
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USAF AIRCRAFT FLYING TIME - BY COMMAND 



TOTAL 


AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 

OCTOBER 

NOVEMBER 

DECEMBER 

JANUARY 

FEBRUARY 

MARCH 

APRIL 

MAY 

JUNE 

TOTAL USAF .... 

8,178,254 

KHEaHi 

705,806 

717,389 

736,591 

610,554 

579,523 

616,603 

612,010 

713,254 

703,870 


748,246 

TOTAL CONTINENTAL US. . 

6,215,584 

554,381 

533,053 

54l,66l 

561,971 

458,297 

437,805 

477i847 

469,678 

544,626 

524,995 

533,334 

577,936 

Air Defense. 

472,603 

^ 4,303 

44,595 

41,287 

39,755 

33,934 

31,079 

32,247 

34,833 

42,340 

41,204 

41,933 

45,093 

Air Materiel . 

169,907 

14,423 

14,843 

15,031 


12,654 

12,368 

13,326 

13,996 

14,295 

14,367 

14,379 

14,925 

Air Proving Ground .... 

47,171 

3,975 

4,282 

3,860 

4,358 

3,394 

3,868 

3,788 

3,549 

4,066 

3,973 

4,071 

3,987 

Air Research &. Development 

143,900 

12,637 

12,768 

12,897 


10,624 

9,819 

10,300 

10,407 

12,809 

12,162 

12,943 

13,432 

Air Training . 

3,524,368 

308,651 

295,505 

304,923 

326,7^0 

252,718 

248,662 

281,301 

269,892 


298,093 

296,961 

329,822 

Air University . 

87,547 

6,759 

6,862 

8,318 

7,479 

6,987 

5,519 

5,936 

7,191 

8,088 

8,277 

9,016 

7,115 

Civil Air Patrol . 

16,179 

1,455 

1,842 

1,279 

1,423 

1,094 

1,137 

932 

1,163 

1,507 

1,640 

1,251 

1,456 

Continental Air. 

48,697 

3,774 

3,623 

3,258 

3,371 

3,746 

3,734 

4,031 

4,490 

4,630 

4,668 

4,574 

4,798 

Headquarters . 

108,635 

15,512 

9,823 

9,683 

10,520 

6,365 

6,166 

7,062 ' 

7,959 

9,130 

8,893 

9,112 

8,4io 

Inspector General. 

6,142 

1,840 

1,190 

1,022 

1,190 

900 

k 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

mats. 

439,340 

35,530 

39,180 

38,887 

38,160 

35,169 

337636 

33,442 

33,642 

37,208 

36,980 

39,694 

37,812 

Strategic Air. 

683,272 

62,075 

58,129 

57,376 

55,581 

56,994 

49,643 

52,905 

51,968 

60,580 

56,112 


63,907 

USAF Security Service, . . 

1,685 

65 

241 

170 

139 

203 

156 

125 

204 

137 

78 

90 

77 

Tactical Air . 

466,136 

43,382 

40,170 

43,670 

44,853 

33,515 

32,018 

32,452 

' 30,384 

38,736 

38,548 

41,308 

47,102 

TOTAL OVERSEAS. 

1 , 962,670 

162,864 

172,753 

175,728 

174,620 

152,257 

141,718 

138,756 

' 142,332 

168,628 

178,875 

183,829 

' 170,310 

Alaskan Air. 

83,911 

6,990 

8,256 

7,529 

6,878 

5,556 

4,586 

3,732 

5,089 

8,096 

8,521 

9,731 

8,947 

Air Attaches . 

6,076 

1,132 

1,169 

1,198 

1,638 

939 . 

k 

- 


- 



- 

Air Materiel . 

2,104 

376 

156 

212 

194 

81 

151 

89 

123 

214 

185 

209 

• ll4 

Air Research & Development 

5,077 

356 

459 

835 

i,6u 

- 

209 

221 

299 

367 

266 

193 

261 

Caribbean Air. 

12,806 

705 

607 

548 

756 

760 

1,356 

949 

1,435 

980 

1,646 

1,571 

1,493 

Civil Air Patrol . 

306 

35 

45 

11 

51 

21 

22 

1 

2 

l4 


30 

74 

USAF In Europe . 

339,525 

35,086 

35,577 


24,034 

16 ,664 

15,887 

17,635 

24,253 

32,165 

33,272 

35,629 

34,315 

Far East Air Forces. , . . 

1,087,151 

83,635 

89,141 

92,541 

102,506 

86,563 

85,939 

86,828 

78,585 

91,351 

100,246 

98,718 

91,098 

Headquarters . 

14,053 

- 

- 


- 

_ 

2,264 

1,470 

2,010 

2,163 

2,141 

2,405 

1,600 

Joint Brazil-US Mil. Comm. 

4,663 

343 

437 

347 

482 

367 

415 

327 

344 

563 

297 

4 18 

323 

Latin African Mission , . 

3,121 

730 

474 

504 

318 

1,095 

V 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MATS. 

271,828 

24,334 

24,670 

23,818 

22,134 

23,649 

21,971 

19,574 

19,909 

22,230 

23,402 

23,993 

22,144 

Military Aviation Miss . . 

i,4oa 

426 

151 

94 

384 

- 353 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

M D A P. 

1,958 

259 

510 

382 

471 

336 

- 


- 


- 

- 

Northeast Air. 

30,643 

2,465 

2,620 

1,919 

2,229 

2,136 

27*22 

1,970 

2,237 

3,400 

3,015 

3,36l 

2,869 

Strategic Air. 

91,689 

5,992 

8,481 

10,478 

8,359 

11,421 

6,242 

5,844 

7,755 

6,966 

5,846 

7,571 

6,734 

Tactical Air . 

5,985 

- 

- 

3o4 

2,377 

2,148 

254 

116 

291 

119 

38 

- 

338 

Turkish Foreign Aid Gp . . 

366 



- 

198 

168 

y 



- 


* 



a/ Included in Headquarters 
E/ Included in Caribbean Air 

NOTE: Due to changes in reporting procedures as of 1 December 1952, components of Headquarters and Caribbean Air Command could not be broken out. 
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F I 

S C A L YE 

AH 19 5 3 

TYPE 

0 F 

ACTIVITY 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE AIRCRAFT 


ON HAND 

IN 

COMMISSION 

LANDINGS 

WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

(Excluding Air Force Reserve) 




.7,185,076 

OPERATING ACTIVE . 

8,114,226 

59,705 • 

19,646 

7,148,863 

Administrative.. 

1*2,050 


120 

15,340 

Minimum Individual Training. 

1,271,356 


2,764 

781,671 

Unit Training. 

2,305,9^7 

22,604 

7,633 

1,379,910 

Unit Support . 

293,684 

1,886 

623 

219,514 

Student Training . 

3,277,632 

19,633 

6,449 

•4,240,412 

MATS: Transport . 

318,962 

1,065 

264 

99,348 

Air Evacuation.. 

48,894 

145 

53 

27,539 

Combat Crew Training. 

61,335 

317 

LOO 

31,7U 

Test.. 

81,688 

1,776 

423 

68,427 

Tfest Support . 

54,600 

574 

162 

40,894 

Special Missions... 

314,946 

2,658 

B94 

210,705 

MDAP. 

42,910 

412 

l6l 

33,392 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

41,876 

5,458 

301 

19,864 

Command Support. 

10,363 

4,243 

117 

9>96 

Project. 

2,495 

680 

68 

2,213 

Enroute. 

INACTIVE. 

CONTINENTAL U.S. - TOTAL. 

IbIISSbms 

535 

116 

8,155 

16,349 

5,933,944 

OPERATING ACTIVE . . 

6,184,128 

45,497 

| 

5,908,988 

Administrative . . . . *. . 

22,564 

l6l 

64 

6,974 

Minimum Individual Training. 

1,013,456 

7,009 

2,305 

591,306 

Unit Training. . ... 

1,052,866 

12,340; 

4,079 

578,682 

Unit Support... 

206,438 

1,330 

447 

145,015 

Student Training . . . 

3.277.652 

19,633 

6,449 

4,240,412 

MATS: Transport. 

183,081 

700 

159 

63,969 

Air Evacuation. 

48,894 

145 

53 

27,639 

Combat Crew Training . 

61,335 

317 

100 

31,711 

Tfest. 

80,562 

1,756 

411 

67,639 

Test Support . 

48,129 

515 

146 

30,076 

Special Missions . 

159,936 

1,350 

440 

100,788 

MDAP. 

29,235 

241 

70 

24,777 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

15A38 

3,532 

179 

11,792 

Command Support. 

6,541 

2,750 

98 

6,049 

Project. 

2,494 

675 

68 

2,212 

En Route... 

INACTIVE. 

OVERSEAS - TOTAL. 

6,403 

14,607 

1,961,880 

107 

13 

3,531 

13,264 

1,251,132 

OPERATING ACTIVE . 

1,931,655 

14,206 

4,923 

1,239,975 

Administrative . 

19,486 ' 

129 

56 

8,366 

Minimum Individual Training. 

257,902 

1,336 

459 

190,365 

Unit Training. 

1,253,101 

10,264 

3,554 

801,228 

Unit Support . 

89,003 

556 

176 

74,499 

MATS: Transport . 

135,881 

365 

105 

35,379 

Test... 

1,126 

20 

12 

788 

Tfest Support .......... . 

6,471 

59 

16 

10,818 

Special Missions . 

155,010 

1,308 

454 

109,917 

MDAP. 

13,675 

171 

91 

8,615 

OTHER ACTIVE.■. 

26,438 

1,926 

122 

8,072 

Command Support. 

3,822 

1,493 

19 

3,447 

Project. 

1 

5 

- 

1 

En Route . 

INACTIVE. 

22,615 

3,787 

423 

103 

4,624 

3,085 


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TYPE 

<F 

ACTIVITY 

FIRST QUARTER FISCAL TEAR 1953 

SECOND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE A/C 

LANDINGS 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE A/C 

LANDINGS 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. 

WORLD-WIDE TOTAL-(E»el-APR) 

■ ' 

2,1*0,440 



1 , 912,876 

1 , 922,809 



1,682,832 

OreHATWG ACTIVE .... 

2 , 123,696 

14,119 

9,626 

1 , 905,387 

1 , 908,543 

14,875 

10,020 

1,675,463 

Administrative .... 

12,820 

78 

62 

■MIR 

9,915 

71 

58 

3,518 

Minimum Individual Tag 

353,990 

2,036 

1,365 


293,662 

2,083 

1,399 

175,587 

Unit Training. 

6o4,i»20 

5,417 

3,837 


530,760 

5,456 

3,796 

305,472 

Unit Support . 

73,899 

428 

296 

IKHiCtTfl 

72,985 

474 

327 

52,22? 

Student Training . . . 

84i,427 

4,579 

3,100 

1,143,111 

764,629 

4,919 

3,349 

1 , 010,366 

MATS: Transport . . . 

85,832 

229 

130 

26,186 

79,523 

262 

134 

23,452 

Air Evac. . . . 

12,919 

36 

26 

7,549 

12,669 

37 

27 

6,864 

Combat Crew Training - 

15,032 

70 

48 

7,499 

13,186 

78 

52 

6,524 

TfeBt. 

21,926 

429 

211 

18,573 

19,909 

451 

212 

15,664 

Test Support . 

13,682 

125 

82 

9,498 

I3,24i 

137 

80 

11,396 

.Special Missions . . . 

77,475 

588 

420 

53,782 

76,309 

669 

474 

48,802 

MDAP. 

10,276 

104 

49 

9,039 

21,755 

238 

112 

15,591 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

12,845 

1,429 

157 

4,848 

10,633 

1,180 

143 

4,165 

Canaand Support. . . . 

2,484 

984 

59 

2,279 

2,026 

967 

58 

1,815 

Project. 

603 

269 

37 

602 

700 

1X5 

30 

642 

En route. 

9,758 

176 

61 

1,967 

7,907 

98 

55 

1,708 

INACTIVE. 

3,897 



2,641 

3,633 



3,204 

CONTINENTAL U.S. - TOTAL 









[Eicl! AFRJ 

1,629,095 



1,590,975 

1 , 455,103 



1,396,104 

OPERATING ACTIVE .... 

1,622,455 

10,703 

7,227 

1,586,674 

1,448,421 

11,197 

7,496 

1,391,178 

Administrative .... 

4,320 

31 

29 

542 

6,352 

43 

35 

2,104 

Minimum Individual Tttg 

281,300 

1,694 

1,129 

162,160 

236,746 

1,762 

1,176 


Unit Training. 

284,901 

2,926 

2,072 

155,743 

238,962 

2,889 

2,007 


Unit Support . 

51,848 

295 

206 

35,833 

52,476 

334 

24 1 

mk l VJs? 

Student Training . . . 

841,427 

4,579 

3,100 

1,143,111 

764,629 

4,919 

3,349 

1 , 010,366 

MATS: Transport . . . 

48,725 

149 

79 

16,794 

46,417 

168 

80 

15,176 

Air Evac. . . . 

12,919 

36 

26 

7,549 

12,669 

37 

27 

6,864 

Combat Crev Training . 

15,032 

70 

48 

7,499 

13,186 

78 

52 

6,524 

-Test. 

21,721 

427 

210 

18,306 

19,147 

436 

201 

15,231 

Test Support . 

12,366 

U7 

77 

7,235 

11,106 

122 

69 

6,802 

Special Mission. . . . 

39,381 

291 

213 

24,069 

36,890 

326 

227 

22,383 

MDAP. 

8,515 

88 

38 

7,833 

9,841 

83 

32 

8,182 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

3,664 

906 

09 

2,315 

3.760 

725 

90 

2,375 

Command Support. . . . 

1,466 

618 

48 

1,376 

1,273 

584 

50 

1,098 

Project. 

603 

268 

37 

602 

699 

113 

31 

641 

En route . 

1,595 

20 

4 

337 

1,788 

28 

9 

636 

INACTIVE. 

2,976 



1,986 

2,922 



2.551 

OVERSEAS - TOTAL 

511,345 



321,901 

467,706 



206,728 

OPERATING ACTIVE .... 

501,243 

3,417 

2,402 

318,713 

460,122 

3,676 

2,521 

284,285 

Administrative .... 

8,500 

47 

33 

4,132 

3,563 

28 

23 

1,414 

Minimum Individual Tftg 

72,690 

342 

237 

53,254 

56,916 

321 

222 

40,243 

Unit Training. 

319,519 

2,491 

1,765 

200,760 

291,798 

2,567 

1,789 

178,746 

Unit Support . 

22,051 

134 

90 

17,726 

20,509 

139 

86 

16,751 

MATS: Transport . . . 

37,107 

80 

52 

9,392 

33,106 

93 

53 

8,276 

Tfest . ... t .... . 

205 

2 

1 

267 

762 

15 

11 

433 

Ttest Support . 

1,316 

8 

5 

2,263 

2.135 

15- 

u 

4,594 

Special Missions . . . 

38,094 

297 

207 

29,713 

39,419 

343 

247 

26,419 

MDAP. 

1,761 

16 

12 

1,206 

11,914 

155 

79 

7,409 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

9,181 

523 

68 

2,533 

6,873 

455 

54 

1,790 

Command Support. . . . 

1,018 

366 

11 

903 

753 

383 

8 

717 

Project. 

- 



* 

1 

2 

- 

1 

En route . 

8,163 

156 

57 

1,630 

6,119 

70 

46 

1,072 

INACTIVE. 

921 



655 

7U 



653 











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TABLE 85 - USAF FLIGHT OPERATIONS BY TYPE OF ACTIVITY - QUARTERLY FY 1953 - Continued 


TYPE 

OF 

ACTIVITY 

THIRD QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

FOURTH QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE A/C 

LANDINGS 

HOURS 

FLOWN 

AVERAGE A/C 

LANDINGS 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. a/ 

ON 

HAND 

IN 

COM. s/ 

WORLD-WIDE TOTAL-(Excl-AFR) 

1,941,968 



1 , 610,610 

2 , 169,279 



1 , 978,758 

OPERATING ACTIVE .... 

1,929,1*76 

15,231 


1 , 601,051 

2,152,509 

15,480 


1 , 966,962 

Administrative .... 

8,965 

69 


3,261 

10,350 

72 


3,887 

Minimum Individual Tng 

293,091 

2,097 


184,382 

330,615 

2,129 


206,288 

Unit Training. 

538,197 

5,711 


320,908 

632,590 

6,020 


397,027 

Unit Support . 

71,288 

488 


53,588 

75,712 

496 


60,140 

Student Training . . . 

812 ,l4o 

5,193 


928,344 

859,436 

4,942 


1,158,591 

MATS: Transport . . . 

74,272 

281 


22,967 

79,335 

293 


26,743 

Air Evac.... 

11,395 

37 


6,263 

11,911 

35 


6,863 

Combat Crev Training . 

13,835 

74 


7,151 

19,282 

95 


10,537 

Test. 

18,329 

447 


15,812 

21,524 

449 


18,378 


13 ,ll *8 

148 


8,931 

14,529 

164 


11,069 

Special Missions . . . 

74,816 

686 


49,444 

86,346 

715 


58,677 

MDAP ......... 

- 

- 


- 

10,879 

70 


8,762 

OTHER ACTIVE . 

7,221 

1,429 


4,395 

11,177 

1,420 


6,456 

Command Support.... 

2,4o8 

1,102 


2,256 

3,445 

1,190 


3,146 

Project. 

772 

200 


591 

420 

96 


378 

En route . 

4,o4l 

127 


1,548 

7,312 

134 


2,932 

INACTIVE. 

5,271 



5,164 

5,593 



5,340 

CONTINENTAL U.S. - TOTAL 

1.492,151 



1,321,362 

1,637,824 



1,625,503 

-("xcL. AFr)- 









OPERATING ACTIVE .... 

1,484,442 

u .,706 


1,314,067 

1,628,810 

11,891 


1 , 616,969 

Administrative .... 

5,609 

43 


2,014 

6,283 

44 


2,314 

Minimum Individual Tng 

235,715 

1,765 


l4o,8o6. 

259,695 

1,788 


152,996 

Unit Training. 

246,163 

3,137 


132,458 

282,840 

3,388 


163,755 

Unit Support . 

50,523 

351 


35,929 

51,591 

350 


37,777 

Student Training . . . 

812,140 

5,193 


928,344 

859,436 

4,942 


1,158,591 

MATS: Transport . . . 

4l,6?4 

184 


14,545 

46,245 

199 


17,454 

Air Evac. . . . 

11,395 

37 


6,263 

11,911 

35 


6,863 

Combat Crev Training . 

13,835 

74 


7,151 

19,282 

95 


10,537 

Test. 

18,170 

444 


15,724 

21,524 

449 


18,378 

Ttest Support . 

11.693 

131 


6,990 

12,964 

145 


9,049 

Special Mission. . . . 

37,505 

347 


23,843 

46,160 

386 


30,493 

MDAP. 

- 



' 

10,879 

70 


8,762 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

3,455 

925 


2,924 

4,559 

976 


4,178 

Command Support.... 

1,449 

700 


1,327 

2,353 

848 


2,248 

Project.. 

772 

199 


591 

420 

95 


378 

En route.• . 

1,234 

26 


1,006 

1,786 

33 


1,552 

INACTIVE . 

4,254 



4,371 1 

4,455 



4,356 

OVERSEAS - TOTAL. 

449,817 



289,248 

533,012 



353,255 

OPERATING ACTIVE .... 

445,034 

3,525 


286,984 

525,256 

3,590 


349,993 

Administrative .... 

3,356 

26 


1,247 

4,067 

28 


1,573 

Minimum Individual Tng 

57,376 

332 


43,576 

70,920 

341 


53,292 

Unit Training. 

292,034 

2,574 


188,450 

349,750 

2,632 


233,272 

Unit Support . 

20,765 

137 


17,659 

25,678 

146 


22,363 

MATS: Transport . . . 

32,578 

97 


8,422 

33,090 

95 


9,289 

Test. 

159 

3 


88 

- 



- 

Test Support . 

1,455 

17 


l,94l 

1,565 

19 


2,020 

Special Missions . . . 

37,311 

339 


25,601 . 

4o,l86 

329 


28,184 

OTHER ACTIVE. 

3,766 

504 


1,471 

6,618 

444 


2,278 

Command Support. . . . 

959 

4o2 


929 

1,092 

342 


898 

Project. 

- 



- 

- 

1 


- 

En route . 

2,807 

101 


542 

5,526 

101 


1,380 

INACTIVE . 

1,017 



793 

1,138 



984 


a/ In Commission data for Third and Fourth Quarter not available. 
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TABLE 66 - UTILIZATION OF USAF AIRPLANES BY COMMAND (OPERATING ACTIVE) 


COMMAND 





SUMMARY 

ISCAL Y 

EAR 1953 








0 P E R A T 

N G ACTIVE - COM 

BAT A I 

R P L A N E 




BOMBER 


—TANKS! 



K I G H T E J 

R 

HEC 

UTTATSS A N C E a/ 

Hours 

Flown 

Av a/C 

On Hand 

Per Month 

Av Hrs 
Flown Per 
A/C on Hand 
Per Month 

Hours 

Flown 

Av A/C 

On Hand 

Per Month 

Av Hr a 
Flown Per 
A/C on Hand 
Per Month 

Hours 

Flown 

Av A/C 

On Hand 

Per Month 

Av Hr a 

Flown Per 

A/C on Hand 
Per Month 

Hours 

Flown 

AV A/C 

On Hand 
Per Month 

Av Hrs 

Flown Per 

A/C on Hand 

Per Month 

TOTAL USAF.. 


IRS 

38 

101,319 

316 

27 

1 , 199,943 

3,436 

29 

329,702 

707 

39 

Air Defense . 

1,527 

2 

55 

. 

. 

. 

249,855 

725 

29 

315 

1 

24 

Air Materiel. 

974 

2 

36 

146 

- 

36 

818 

4 

18 

- 

- 

* 

Air Proving Ground. . . 

9,874 

34 

24 

1,040 

3 

32 

5,285 

36 

12 

1,610 

6 

21 

Air ResearchiDevelopment 

17,366 

107 

l4 

445 

3 

11 

14,930 

130 

10 

3,332 

16 

17 

Air Training. 

63,271 

111 

48 

- 

- 

- 

320,974 

756 

35 

2,812 

8 

30 

Air University. .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


* 

~ 


- 

~ 

Continental Air .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


* 

- 

Headquarters b/ . . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1,977 

4 

37 

Strategic Air . 

£97,4o9 

751 

33 

97,270 

302 

27 

56,789 

201 

23 

58,795 

150 

33 

Tactical Air. 

63,469 

99 

54 

- 

- 

- 

61,019 

294 

17 

41,638 

90 

38 

Mil Air Transport Serv. 

2,424 

11 

18 

- 

- 

- 

852 

3 

21 

113,379 

208 

45 

Alaskan Air . 

72 

- 

12 

- 

- 

- 

31,281 

86 

30 

113 

- 

28 


269 

1 

34 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

1 

Far East Air Forces . . 

180,152 

252 

60 

2,4l8 

8 

25 

347,253 

799 

36 

90,761 

162 

47 

US Air Forces in Europe 

24,283 

94 

22 

- 

- 

- 

106,848 

395 

23 

14,309 

60 

20 

Northeast Air ..... 







4,039 

7 

45 

658 

2 

25 



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TRAINER 

COMM 

UNICAT 

IONS 




TOTAL USAF.. 

L,992,710 

2,750 

60 

mss 

5,578 

51 


644 

83 




Air Defense . 

93,598 

122 

64 

122,694 

264 

39 

4,569 

16 

24 




Air Materiel. 

115,710 

137 

70 

28,648 

46 

. 52 

313 

5 

5 




Air Proving Ground. . . 

12,735 

19 

55 

11,343 

32 

29 

852 

3 

22 




Air Researcfa&Development 

73,212 

136 

45 

29,727 

95 

26 

7,314 

39 

16 




Air Training . 

65,620 

116 

6l 

2,913,510 

4,059 

60 

136,386 

290 

39 




Air University. 

53,435 

65 

69 

34,038 

69 

Ul 

- 

- 

- 




Continental Air .... 

29,633 

45 

55 

18,992 

36 

43 

30 

- 

- 




Headquarters. 

110,732 

201 

46 

47,746 

74 

54 

983 

6 

15 




Strategic Air. 

160,574 

224 

60 

103,299 

279 

31 

162 

- 

- 




Tactical Air. 

189,454 

458 

34 

96,185 

259 

31 

19,611 

76 

21 




Mil Air Transport Serv. 

517,865 

537 

80 

69,974 

142 

41 

5,428 

25 

18 




Alaskan Air . 

43,398 

54 

67 

2,747 

7 

32 

6,133 

11 

48 




Caribbean Air. 

14,806 

; 28 

45 

509 

2 

27 

260 

2 

11 




Far East Air Forces . . 

312,845 

326 

80 

74,886 

135 

46 

57,114 

113 

42 




US Air Forces In Europe 

157,359 

255 

51 

20,588 

76 

22 

11,154 

53 

17 




Northeast Air . 

21,734 

27 

67 

870 

3 

24 

2,651 

5 

45 





a/ Includes Search and Rescue. 

b/ Includes Air Attaches, Civil Air Patrol, Military Aviation Missions, M0AP, and Joint Brazil U. S. Ccsmlssions. 


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TABLE 87 - USAF FLYING TJME, FUEL C0NSUMPT10N,AND RATE BY TYPE AND MODEL 


• Type and Model 

Hours 

Flown 

Fuel 

Issued 

(Gallons) 


Type and Model 

Hours 

Flown 

Fuel 

Issued 

(Gallons) 

Rate 

Per 

Hour 

TOTAL 

8,173,597 

1,644,979,582 

_ 

Cargo - Total . 


mam 






cB-17 .. 



217 

Bcober - Total.. 

675,194 

322,887,419 

- 

CB-25 . 

21,062 

2,937,456 

139 

sr-H.. 

9,614 

2,030,545 

211 

cb -26 . 

1,392 

191,760 

138 

B-26 . 

202,934 

30,182,333 

149 

0-45 . 

266,135 

10,248,292 

38 

B-29 . 

262,500 

111,412,356 

424 

C-46 . 

123,568 

19,005,694 

154 

B.36 . 

50,770 

54,163,741 

1,067 

C-47/53 . 

875,830 

80,502,758 

92 

bJ*5 . 

9,504 

11,686,644 

1,230 

C-54 . 

330,197 

65,947,104 

200 

B-U? . 

40,982 

62,022,458 

1,513 

C-74 .'. 

12,324 

5,704,522 

463 

B-50 . 

96,315 

50,919,939 

529 

c-82 . 

23,621 

4,260,399 

iso 

Other . 

2,575 

469,403 

- 

C-97 . 

64,712 

31,575,594 

488 





XC-99 . 

1,554 

1,271,800 

819 

Tanker - Total . 

101,470 

44.944.366 

- 

C-117 . 

7,687 

715,045 

93 

. 

58^373 


432 

c-118 . 

7,552 

2,759,639 

365 

KC-97 . 

>*3,097 

19,705,400 

457 

C-119 . 

146,022 

35,867,404 

246 





C-121 . 

6,878 

2,717,319 

395 

Fighter - Total.. 

1,212,378 

422.325,232 

- 

C-122 . 

1,709 

196,694 

115 

—TC7.. 


2,210,814 

uo 

C-124 . 

105,460 

51,366,472 

487 

F-51 .. 

152,478 

10,408,041 

68 

Other ..... . 

376 

72,669 


F-Bo . 

176,524 

66,727,112 

378 





F-82 . 

1,428 

188,579 

132 

Trainer - Total . 


402.254.94? 

_ 

F-84 . 

395,668 

156,777,060 

396 

T-b . 

1,537,039 

33,285,906 

25 

F-86 . 

306,636 

122,414,484 

399 

T-7 . 

57,980 

2,243,326 

39 

F-39 . 

6,453 

5,592,146 

867 

T-11 . 

111,741 

4,131,822 

37 

F-S* . 

152,963 

57,986,435 

379 

T-28 . 

292,213 

10,877,382 

37 

Other . 

21 

20,561 

- 

T-29 . 

79,366 

12,699,077 

160 





T-33 . 

618,867 

197,600,118 

319 

Reconnaissance - Total . 

231,671 

112,569,324 

- 

TB-17 . 

10,939 

2,525,447 

231 

FB-17 . . . .. 

1 >.,17$ 


231 

TB-25 . 

570,283 

72,638,358 

127 

RB-25 . 

940 

137,253 

146 

ra-26 . 

100,885 

14,905,229 

148 

FB-26 . 

39,346 

5,625,054 

143 

TB-29 . 

41,771 

17,646,208 

422 

wb -26 . 

1,437 

209,563 

146 

TB-45 . 

1,239 

1,594,286 

1,287 

RB-29 . 

13,322 

5,592,119 

420 

TB-47 . 

1,671 

2,607,414 

1,560 


59,626 

^O t 2S8,7^7 

507 

TB-50 ... . 

16,676 



KB-36 . 

37^864 

38,865,288 

1,026 

TF-51 . 

44 'oi3 

2,688,221 

61 

RB-45 . 

5,1*19 

6,121,768 

1,130 

t-8o . 

l6,4o6 

5,768,513 

352 

RBJ*7 . 

499 

678,850 

1,360 

TC-45 . 

36,708 

1,510,293 

1*1 

RB-50 . 

13,907 

7,405,498 

532 

TC-4? . 

48,950 

4,406,388 

92 

RFr51 . 

6,79« 

475,041 

70 

TC-54 . 

5,911 

1,141,255 

193 

RF-80 . 

42,571 

15,538,002 

365 

Other . 

1,898 

45,427 

- 

HF-86 ' . 

566 

303,953 

537 





rc-45 . 

2,111 

91,099 

1*3 

Communication - Total. 

244,872 

3,948,011 

- 

RC-47 . 

3,086 

297,737 

96 

L-5 . 

‘'g4',4m 

240,609 

10 

Other . 


2,583 


L-13 . 

4,427 

46,670 

11 





1-16 . 

3,248 

13,036 

4 

Search H Rescue - Total. 

101,803 

17,429,455 

- 

L-17 . 

638 

8,593 

13 

SA-10 . 

900 

84,907 

94 


42,146 

781,380 

19 

sa -16 . 

71,825 

8,668,128 

121 

L-21 . 

99,772 

600,154 

6 


11,696 

2,581,291 

221 

LT-6 . 

26,189 

1,097,413 

42 


13,586 

5,644,015 

415 

H-5 . 

11,871 

315,5*3 

27 


2,029 

183,998 

91 

H-13 . 

15,179 

177,274 

12 


1,291 

256,002 

198 

H-19 . 

14,295 

5U,50l 

36 


468 

11, U4 

■ 24 

Other . 

2,626 

55,838 



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D P E R 

A T I N G 

1 




0 P E R 

A T I N G 



TYPE 



Av. Hours 



TYPE 



Av. Hours 



AND 

HOURS 

Av. A/C 

Flown Per 

Fuel 

Rate 

AND 

HOURS 

Av. A/C 

Flown Per 

Fuel 

Rate 

MODEL 

FLOWN 

On 

A/C On Hand 

Consumed 

Per 

MODEL 

FLOWN 

On 

A/C On H&nd 

Consumed 

Per 



Hand 

(Per Month) 


Hour 



Hand 

(Per Month) 


Hour 


s u 

(MAR 

i - pi 19 5 3 



T H I 

RD QUARTER 

- FI 19 5 3 

TOTAL 

1,764,373 

4,220 


706,972,927 

_ 

TOTAL 

460,272 

4,421 

35 

181,466,894 

- 

B-l>5 ■ - 

9,453 



11,618,193 

1,229 

B-45 . . 

S71 

L8 

5 

81o,46o 

1,253 

. . 

40,862 

149 


60,558,685 

1,482 

B-47 . . 

13,473 

184 

24 

18*823,158 

1,397 

F-80 . . 

177,022 

436 


66,610,989 

376 

F-80 . . 

44,692 

kkk 

34' 

mssss 

382 

F-64 . •. 

388,525 

1,150 


154,016,728 

396 

F-64 . . 

102,917 

1,232 

28 

40,033,819 

389 

P-86 . . 

303,930 

808 


121,305,019 

399 

F-86 . . 

75,528 

811 

31 

29,831,616 

395 

F-09 . . 

6,127 

80 


5,004,609 

817 

F-89 ?/. 

6 

83 

- 

41,174 

- 

F-9 1 * . . 

152,614 

362 

35 

57,894,282 

379 

F-94 . . 

34,851 

349 

33 

13,314,834 

382 

RB-45. . 

5,309 

17 

26 

5,973,341 

1,125 

hb-45. . 

960 

12 

26 

1,100,312 

1,146 

RB-I47. . 

499 

3 

l4 

678,850 

1,360 

RB-47. . 

44 

1 

15. 


1,744 

RF-80. . 

42,435 

113 

31 

15,514,996 

366 

RF-80. . 

9,506 

99 

32 

3,412,249 

359 

rf-86. . 

555 

4 

12 

299,868 

540 

rf-86. . 

Ilk 

3 

14 

56,817 

498 

T-33 . . 

616,730 

986 

52 

197,193,186 

320 

T-33 • • 

172,205 

1,096 

52 

54,755.940 

318 

TB-45. - 

1,233 

7 

15 

1,583,876 

1,285 

TBA5. . 

167 

8 

7 

230,093 

1,378 

TS-47. • 

1,671 

3 

43 

2,607,4l4 

1,560 . 

TF-80. . 

4,842 

kk 

37 

1,773,012 

366 

TF-00. . 

16,406 

41 

33 

5,768,513 

352 













QF-80. . 

263 

6 

14 

85,414 

325 

QF-00. . 

711 

5 

12 

2,238,524 

335 

QT-33 ■ - 

33 

1 

8 

12,652 

383 

QT-33. . 

291 

2 

12 

105,854 

364 








FIR. 

T QUARTER 

- FI 1953 


FOURTH QUARTER 

- FI 19 5 3 

TOTAL 

367,915 

3,492 

35 

145,069,584 

_ 

TOTAL 

573,201 

5,080 

38 

237,638,600 

- 

B-145 ■■ . 

4,157 


22 

5,306,313 

1,276 

B-45 . . 

2,550 

k6 

19 

2,920,264 

1,145 

B-47 . . 

3,644 

69 

18 

4,937,400 

1,355 

b-47 . . 

17,293 

254 

23 

26,453,435 

1,530 

F-00 . . 

47,276 

450 

35 

17,638,913 

373 

f-80 . . 

43,993 

429 

34 

16,159,427 

367 

F-04 . . 

79,633 

978 

27 

32,008,400 

402 

F-84 . . 

129,663 

1,277 

34 

51,681,886 

399 

f-86 . . 

55,593 

574 

32 

21,917,079 

394 

F-86 . . 

113,619 

1,184 

32 

46,069,913 

405 

F-89 . . 

4,044 

93 

15 

3,328,579 

823 

F-89 ■ ■ 

1,746 

39 

15 

1,4114,216 

810 

F-94 . . 

42,281 

368 

38 

15,512,295 

367 

F-94 . . 

40,783 

378 

36 

16,242,666 

398 

RBJ*5. . 

2,176 

24 

30 

2,294,902 

1,055 

RBJ45. . 

1,081 

18 

20 

1,271,846 

1,177 

HF-So. . 

11,362 

123 

31 

4,258,959 

375 

RB-47. . 

412 

10 

14 

510,230 

1,256 

RF-86. . 

227 

5 

16 

117,877 

519 

HF-80. . 

11,279 

122 

31 

4,105,953 

364 







rf-86. . 

122 

3 

15 

76,717 

629 

T-33 - . 

112,795 

693 


36,001,451 

319 







TB-45. • 

163 

4 


205,036 

1,258 

T-33 . . 

205,715 

1,259 

54 

66,478,117 

323 

TF-80. . 

4,440 

43 


1,501,309 

338 

TB-45. . 

505 

8 

21 

630,115 

1,246 







TB-47. . 

1,671 

13 

43 

2,607,414 

1,560 

QF-80. . 

40 

2 


11,485 

287 

TF-80. . 

2,486 

32 

26 

906,683 

365 

QT-33. ■ 

84 

2 


29,506 

351 













QF-80. . 

227 

7 

11 

80,426 

354 







QT-33- . 

56 

1 

19 

21,292 

380 


SECC 

ND QUARTER 

- F Y 19 5 3 







TOTAL 

362,985 

3,887 

31 

142,797,849 








B-l»5 . . 

2,075 

56 

12 

“2,551,154 

1,229 







B-l»7 . . 

6,452 

• 88 

24 

10,344,692 

1,603 







F-80 . . 

4i,o6l 

421 

32 

15,734,049 

383 







f-84 . . 

76,312 

1,114 

23 

30,292,623 

397 







f-86 . . 

59,190 

661 

30 

23,486,411 

397 







F-89 a/. 

331 

105 

- 

220,640 

- 







F-94 . . 

34,699 

354 

33 

12,824,487 

370 







RB-U5. . 

1,092 

15 

24 

1,306,281 

1,196 







HBJ»7. . 

43 

1 

14 

83,876 

1,951 







RF-80. . 

10,288 

109 

31 

3,737,835 

363 







rf-86. . 

92 

4 

8 

48,457 

527 







T-33 . . 

126,015 

898 

47 

39,957,678 

317 







TB-45- . 

398 

9 

15 

518,632 

1,303 







TF-80. . 

4,638 

46 

33 

1,587,429 

342 







QF-80. . 

181 

4 

l4 

61,199 

338 

* 






QT-33. . 

118 

2 

20 

42,404 

359 








a/ Bates for F-89 not computed. Rates would be unrealistic as F-89's were grounded during this period because of 
malfunction. 

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TABLE 89 — USAF AVIATION FUEL CONSUMPTION 


COMMAND 

TOTAL 

JUL '52 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 

OCTOBER 

NOVEMBER 

DECEMBER 

JAN r 53 

FEBRUARY 

MARCH 

APRIL 

MAY 

JUNE 

TOTAL. . 

1,646,065,083 

131,4 34,7U 

132,107,332 

131,771,924 

136,341,795 

121,146,228 

114,422,288 

124,011,078 

124,622,633 

149,774,948 

152,781,616 

156,920,052 

170,750,478 

CONT'L US. 

1,143,878,984 

91,664,557 

90,780,694 

89,402,017 

94,444,416 

82,120,410 

78,813,949 

89,670,528 

88,933,630 

106,346,440 

106,266,363 

108,026,604 

117,329,376 

ADC. . . . 

104,451,092 

9,583,668 

9,897,4U 

8,537,124 

7,804,335 

2,124,558 

6,753,210 

6,443,331 

7,035,910 

7,930,423 

9,672,595 

9,736,663 

9,670,567 

11,377,850 

2,457,178 

AMC. . . . 

25,127,530 

2,002,319 

1,976,494 

2,140,582 

1,771,037 

852,570 

1,855,332 

1,870,044 

2,018,609 

2,119,355 

2,471,237 

2,320,785 

APGC . . . 

12,639,37!* 

1,057,998 

1,070,852 

883,483 

1,130,868 

1,122,123 

1,877,102 

1,074,468 

1,074,049 

1,166,643 

1,114,208 

1,087,631 

1,003,881 

ARDC . . . 

29,994,007 

2,650,208 

2,424,225 

2,479,243 

2,688,700 

2,129,203 

2,184,542 

40,687,850 

2,396,642 

2,864,556 

2,613,025 

2,657,582 

3,028,979 

ATRC . . . 

471,621,083 

32,654,354 

33,583,500 

34,374,626 

39,145,493 

31,959,350 

32,512,220 

37,590,610 

46,535,544 

47,642,947 

46,157,656 

40,776,923 

AU . . . . 

5,526,902 

436,793 

449,357 

503,186 

496,586 

476,051 

347,493 

485,104 

363,510 

467,321 

511,939 

509,595 

459,967 

CAP. . . . 

784,172 

72,997 

78,054 

62,626 

63,009 

53,242 

358,801 

56,503 

44,649 

57,517 

81,066 

80,776 

61,550 

72,183 

CONAC. . . 

4 ,338,476 

340,531 

336,162 

308,158 

317,370 

335,167 

365,962 

385,507 

400,928 

391,695 

403,341 

394,654 

HOC.... 

10,240,497 

1,438,735 

861,119 

154,319 

793,489 

910,544 

517,905 

594,321 

700,104 

771,394 

1,069,545 

857,094 

905,037 

821,210 

IG . . . . 

743,551 

203,963 

129,035 

8,596,060 

144,890 

111,344 

7,877,110 

20,098,791 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MATS . . . 

94,917,168 

8,155,805 

8,950,565 

8,160,256 

7,592,970 

6,648,324 

7,379,907 

7,851,470 

7,289,932 

8,436,471 

7,978,298 

SAC. . . . 

300,420,613 

26,316,035 

24,597,221 

24,114,994 

23,826,061 

23,824,927 

22,709,824 

11,568 

23,856,305 

27,024,050 

25,973,660 

27,298,120 

30,780,625 

USAFSS . . 

175,828 

7,394 

24,793 

6,376,622 

17,096 

14,092 

20,500 

15,316 

21,168 

14,477 

9,497 

11,292 

0,627 

TAC. . . . 

'82,898,691 

6,743,757 

6,542,315 

7,617,654 

5,699,284 

5,678,540 

5,852,179 

5,079,984 

7,058,890 

7,573,490 

8,506,975 

10,169,001 

OVERSEAS . 

502,206,099 

39,770,154 

41,326,638 

42,289,907 

41,897,379 

•39,025,818 

35,608,339 

34,340,550 

35,689,003 

43,428,508 

46,515,253 

48,893,448 

53,421,102 

AAC. . . . 

19,490,524 

1,289,877 

1,962,911 

1,469,949 

1,314,042 

1,352,658 

1,269,169 

833,519 

1,203,131 

2,107,708 

2,152,367 

2,353,6o8 

2,181,585 

AAT.... 

604,4 35 

119,746 

110,654 

114,422 

158,319 

101,294 

4/ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

AMC. . . . 

225,798 

42,571 

16,581 

19,222 

14,544 

7,320 

17,627 

10,713 

14,653 

27,244 

23,159 

12,386 

21,052 

11,112 

16,866 

ARD. . . . 

190,818 

5,860 

5,695 

20,250 
11 Ml 

65,851 

_ 

11,354 

12,328 

12,348 

16,479 

11,401 

CAIRC. . . 

1,468,735 

69,546 

70,491 

91,590 

93,595 

161,075 

120,245 

164,203 

108,873 

180,453 

172,435 

164,782 

CAP. . . . 

12,989 

1,673 

2,002 

499 

1,808 

847 

1,618 

131 

75 

668 

- 

898 

2,750 

EUROPE . . 

83,775,031 

9,917,417 

9,585,215 

8,956,322 

5,461,507 

4,076,153 

3,752,184 

3,679,906 

5,313,391 

7,364,279 

8,377,353 

8,832,176 

8,459,428 

PEAK . . . 

285,015,639 

20,337,737 

21,242,416 

23,025,136 

25,533,829 

22,314,421 

22,593,421 

22,730,855 

21,412,098 

25,132,460 

27,448,168 

27,785,906 

25,459,192 

HQC. . . . 

1,362,461 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 

223,543 

139,045 

190,378 

226,272 

201,932 

229,134 

152,107 

JBU3DC . . 

?U,648 

53,332 

74,091 

56,286 

75,508 

63,459 

67,766 

53,515 

51,496 

102,920 

32,262 

65,494 

48,519 

LAM. . . . 

309,279 

71,398 

43,397 

54,721 

32,442 

107,321 

^,950,756 

«/ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MATS . . . 

63,789,756 

5,102,625 

5,086,478 

4,947,597 

4,739,258 

4,60* ,138 

4,017,358 

4,173,961 

4,630,747 

4,850,395 

5,015,046 

11,623,397 

MILMIS . . 

125,066 

40,094 

14,801 

7,025 

33,700 

29,446 

V 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MDAP . . . 

197,858 

26,418 

53,070 

41,495 

44,576 

32,299 

y 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

NEAC . . . 

5,388,624 

329,690 

402,900 

2,655,936 

250,900 

331,040 

377,188 

459,217 

370,499 

480,040 

636,877 

578,877 

659,148 

511,968 

SAC. . . . 

38,264,497 

2,362,270 

3,234,415 

3,480,412 

4,982,778 

2,369,422 

2,364,295 

2,654,206 

3,064,061 

2,654,404 

3,747,150 

4,695,148 

TAC. . . . 

1,203,100 

36,f*L 

- 

. 

20,141 

499,810 

510,585 

37,805 

8,l4i 

19,023 

9,900 

3,447 

- 

94,248 

TURKISH. . 

- 

- 

* 

19,143 

17,698 

b/ 



- 

- 


- 


ft/ Included in Headquarters Command 
o/ Included in Headquarters Command 
c j Included in CAIRO 


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FLYING SAFETY 



The content of this section presents aircraft accident data for the Fiscal Year 1953- 
This presentation includes data for Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, Military Air 
Transport Service Navy units and Civil Air Patrol in all tables. 

During the fiscal year 1953* all accidents, major and minor, totaled 3,^72. These 
accident statistics are reflected by command, by type and model of aircraft involved, by 
phase of operation in which the accident occurred, by the factors causing the accident and 
by the conditions affecting the accident. All rates are expressed in accidents per 100,OCX) 
flying hours. 

It should be noted that accidents in aircraft which were on bailment contract and/or 
loan, are Included in total numbers of accidents shown in all tables. However, bailment/ 
loan accidents are not included in rate computations as flying time is not available for 
these aircraft. All other computations and dollar loss data include bailment/loan acci¬ 
dents. 

The dollar losses, presented herein, represent the investment cost of airplanes de¬ 
stroyed, plus the average cost of labor, materiel and indirect expenses required to repair 
airplanes sustaining substantial damage as the result of accidents. Dollar losses do not 
include the cost of lives lost, injuries, property damage, search and rescue, Elinor air¬ 
craft damage or other losses resulting frcm aircraft accidents. 

Data in this section prepared by the Directorate of Flight Safety Research, Office of 
The ^Inspector General, Norton Air Force Base, California. 


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TABLE 90 — USAF AND ANG AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS RATES AND DOLLAR LOSS — BY COMMAND — FY 1953 

(includes hours and accidents in the Air Force Reserve, MATS Navy Units, and Civil Air Patrol Aircraft in the USAP 
inventory. Rates are expressed in accidents per 100,000 hours.) 


COMMAND 

FLYING 

HOURS a/ 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

FATAL 

ACCIDENTS b, 

FATALI- 
' TIES c/ 


MINOR 

ACCIDENTS 

DOLLAR 

LOSS 

No. 

Rate 

NO. 

Rate 

No. 


No. 

Rate 

EB 

Rate 

F.Y. 1953 - TOTAL 

8,488,654 

2,188 

26 

430 


IBB 

15 

893 

ra 

1,284 

15 

$ 245,656,671 

let Quarter. 

2,208,438 

626 

28 

no 


227 

10 

242 

H 

305 

14 

62,641,732 

2nd Quarter. 

1,984,104 

547 

28 

106 


509 

26 

181 

BH 

287 

l4 

52,400,504 

3rd Quarter. 

2,015,319 

466 

23 

101 


234 

12 

219 

EH 

319 

16 

72,369,388 

!*th Quarter. 

2,280,793 

549 

24 

U3 


304 

13 

251 

El 

373 

16 

58,265,067 

ADR DEFENSE COMMAND .... 

472,603 

220 

47 

37 

8 

56 

12 

91 

19 

122 

26 

22,954,239 

1st Quarter. 

330,185 

■75 

3T 

"9 

7 

11 



25 

19 

15 

9,881,458 

2nd Quarter. .... 

104,768 

48 

46 

7 

7 

22 


14 

13 

22 

21 

3,916,328 

3rd Quarter. 

109,420 

1*6 

42 

9 

8 

10 


20 


38 

35 

3,683,423 

Uth Quarter. 

128,230 

52 

4l 

12 

9 

13 


25 

B 

“*3 

34 

5,473,030 

AIR MATERIEL COMMAND. . , . 

169,089 

34 

18 

3 

1 


2 

8 

I 

42 

23 

6,491,883 

1st Quarter. 

45,041 

ur 

57 

3 

IT 


7 

K'l 


n 

55 

tl-1 

2nd Quarter. 

37,818 

1U 

34 

- 

- 




n 

11 

29 

491,343 

3rd Quarter. 

42,043 

1 

2 

- 

- 





10 

21 

24,876 

■ 4th Quarter. 

44;187 

5 

9 

- 

- 

■ 


I 


10 

23 

355,508 

AIR PROVING GROUND. 

47,410 

15 

32 

2 

4 

8 



15 

17 

36 

2,704,310 

1st Quarter. 

12,117 

1 

B 

1 

8 


50 


8 

2 

17 

228,638 

2nd Quarter. 


3 

26 

- 

- 


- 


- 

2 

17 

51,637 

3rd Quarter. 

11,403 

5 

44 

- 

- 


- 

IHnS 

26 

4 

35 

561,965 

4th Quarter. 

12,270 

6 

49 

1 

8 


16 

3 

24 

9 

73 

1,862,270 

AIR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT. 

148,980 

1*4 

30 

4 

3 

12 

8 

10 

7 

36 

23 

3,889,941 

1st Quarter. .... 

35,952 

12 

35 

- 

- 

- 


“3 

8 

13 

33 


2nd Quarter. 

35,365 

15 

42 

2 

6 

8 

23 

3 

8 

6 

17 

2,660,549 

3rd Quarter. 

34,403 

9 

26 

2 

6 

4 

12 

2 . 

mm 

11 

29 

303,680 

4th Quarter. 

39,260 

8 

20 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

n 

6 

13 

360,596 

AIR TRAINING COMMAND. . . . 

3,524,368 

901 

26 

189 

5 

254 

7 

352 


496 

14 

64,552,361 

1st Quarter. 

909,079 

555 

55 


3 

~sr 

7 

“93 

15 

155 

13 


2nd Quarter. 

828,120 

225 

27 

4l 

5 

56 

7 

68 

8 

123 

15 

12,088,868 

3rd Quarter. 

862,293 

194 

22 

38 

4 

47 

5 

77 

9 

124 

14 

18,295,656 

4th Quarter. 

924,876 

242 

26 

6l 

m 

84 

9 

114 

12 

127 

14 

20,482,045 

AIR UNIVERSITY. 

87,547 

6 

7 




_ 

1 

1 

7 

6 

134,819 

1st Quarter. 

21,939 

3 

15 




~~Z 

~2 


T 

5 


2nd Quarter. 

19,985 

1 

5 





- 

- 

1 

5 

17,017 

3rd Quarter. 

21,215 

2 

9 





1 

5 

3 

14 

83,768 

4th Quarter. 

24,408 

- 




■ 

- 

• 

- 

2 

8 

- 

ALASKAN AIR COMMAND .... 

83,911 

30 

36 

8 


13 

15 

14 

17 

31 

37 

3,490,900 

1st Quarter. 

22,775 

15 

44 

3 

n 

5 

55 

3 

55 

IT 

15 

1,102,011 

2nd Quarter. 


6 

35 

2 

12 

3 

18 

2 

12 

6 

35 

574,778 

3rd Quarter. 

16,917 

■ 8 

**7 

2 

12 

3 

18 

5 

30 

5 

30 

1,330,749 

4th Quarter. 

27,199 

6 

22 * 

1 

4 

2 

7 

2 

m 

9 

33 

483,642 

CARIBBEAN AIR COMMAND . . . 

15,927 

2 

13 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 


2 

13 

103,967 

1st Quarter. 

"37555 

1 

55 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

m 

r 

2H 

29,845 

2nd Quarter. 

4,285 



_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

23 

- 

3rd Quarter. 

3,364 



- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

■9 

* 


_ 

4th Quarter. 

4,710 

1 

21 

- 

- 

- 


1 

21 

* 

‘ 

74,122 

CIVIL AIR PATROL. 

16,465 

3 

is 

. 

. 





4 

24 

47,262 

1st Quarter. 

4,667 

- 


_ 

'I 

T 

“7 

““ 



~~2 


2nd Quarter. 

3,748 

1 

27 

- 


- 

- 



_ 

_ 

17,017 

3rd Qunrter. 

3,619 

1 

28 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 


2 

55 

13,796 

4th Quarter. 

4,451 

1 

22 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H 

2 

45 

16,449 

continental air command . . 

121,584 

16 

13 

4 

3 

5 

4 

6 

5 

47 

39 

664,364 

1st Quarter. . . . . 

19,653 

T 

3 

7 



. 

r 

3 

3 

Ew 

95>58 

2nd Quarter. .... 

25,136 

3 

12 

1 

4 

1 

4 

_ 

- 

12 

FnI 

4,563 

3rd Quarter. 

32,959 

3 

9 

2 

6 

3 

9 

3 

9 

43 


303,605 

4th Quarter. 

43,836 

9 

21 

1 

2 

1 

2 

2 

5 

16 


260,738 

FAR EAST AIR FORCES .... 

1,086,323 

437 

40 

91 

8 

421 

39 

204 

19 

147 

mi| 

52,563,123 

1st Quarter. 

2b5,31-? 

I5T 

56 

22 

B 

"7T 

58 

T? 

IB 

37 

PT 

15,197,16* 

2nd Quarter. 

276,079 

111 

40 

24 

9 

138 

50 

55 

16 

36 

13 

12,250,978 

3rd Quarter. 

256,865 

94 

37 

22 

9 

38 

15 

57 

22 

30 

12 

13,175,236 

4th Quarter. 

290,062 

111 

38 

23 

8 

171 

59 

53 

is 

44 

15 

13,939,765 

HEADQUARTERS COMMAND. 

138,638 

15 

11 

4 

3 

15 

11 


2 

12 

9 

690,724 

1st Quarter. - . . . . . 

44,391 

s 

14 

5 

5 

10 

53 


5 

. MB'* 

9 

227,572 

2nd Quarter. 

31,892 

2 

6 

- 

- 

- 



- 


13 

95,115 

3rd Quarter. 

29,794 

5 

17 

1 

3 

3 

mm 


3 


1£■ 

328,420 

4th Quarter. 

32,561 

2 

6 

1 

3 

2 

y 

H 

3 


a 

39,617 


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TABLE 90- USAF AND A^G AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT^RATES AND DOLLAR LOSS-BY COMMAND FY 1953-fco«TiKu«^ 



FLYING 

MAJOR 

accidents 

fatal 

ACCIDENTS b/ 

fatali¬ 
ties c/ 

aircraft 
DESTROYED d/ 

MINOR 

accidents 

DOLLAR 


HOURS a/ 

NO- 

Rate 

NO. 

Rate 

No. 

Rate 

No. 

Rate 

No. 

Rate 

LOGS 

military air transport 

SERVICE */.... . . . 

604,929 

54 


8 


124 

15 

17 

2 

46 

6 

7,941,271 

1st "Quarter. 

510,877 

IB 


r 


~T 

mm 


5 

15 

7 

1,713*353 

2nd Quarter. 

Vvi. 7T*B 

16 


3 


102 

Wm 


3 

11 

6 

2,681,925 

3rd Quarter. 


8 


2 


11 

6 

Kfl 

2 

11 

6 

1,379,423 

4th Quarter. ; . . . . 


12 


2 


10 

5 

Km 

2 

9 

4 

2,166,570 

NORTHEAST AIR COMMAND .... 

30,643 

10 

33 

1 

3 

14 

46 


20 

11 

36 

1,778,391 

1st Quarter. 

'7,oo4 

~z 

w 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BB 

14' 

T 

57 

95'450 

2nd Quarter. 

6,787 

3 

44 

- 

- 

- 

- 

B 9 

29 

2 

29 

656,090 

3rd Quarter. 

7,607 

3 

39 

1 

13 

l4 

184 


13 

1 

13 

406,784 

4 th Quarter. 

9,245 

3 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

22 

4 

43 

620,051 

STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND .... 

774,961 

94 

12 

26 

3 

132 

17 

43 

6 

61 

8 

47,810,190 


202,531 


To 

“If 

S’ 

■517 

EF 

‘7 

5 

15 

6" 


2nd Quarter. 

188,24a 

28 

15 

9 

5 

27 

l4 

13 

7 

15 

8 

8,316,376 

3rd Quarter. 

186,018 

25 

13 

8 

4 

75 

40 

13 

7 

14 

8 

25,534,009 

4 th Quarter. 

198,172 

21 

11 

5 

3 

6 

3 

10 

5 

20 

10 

4,823,371 

tactical air command. 

472,123 

ill 

24 

18 

4 

159 

34 

39 

8 

100 

21 

9,017,172 

rrm»TTnttf 

127,526 


57 


IT 

8 

■5 

n 

9 


55 

1,477;117 

.2nd Quarter. 

115,165 

36 

31 

mm 

6 

138 

120 

10 

9 

18 

16 

4,302,990 

3rd Quarter. 

102,098 

16 

16 

MM 

6 

13 

13 

9 

9 

21 

21 

1,588,053 

4th Quarter. 

127,334 

25 

20 

B 

“ 

' 

- 

9 

7 

36 

28 

1,649,012 

U.S. AIR FORCES IN EUROPE . . 

339,525 

136 

4o 

25 

7 

46 

14 

62 

18 

59 

17 

17,394,666 

1st Quarter. 

105,b71 

“52 


"5 

5 

33T 

TT 

19 

IH 

16 

15 

4,862,150 

2nd Quarter. 

56,585 

26 

46 

6 

11 

10 

18 

13 

23 

12 

21 

3,957,334 

3rd Quarter. 

74,053 

29 

39 

5 

7 

10 

14 

15 

20 

17 

23 

3,623,743 

4th Quarter. 

103,216 

29 

28 

5 

5 

12 

12 

15 

15 

l4 

14 

4,951,633 

MISCELLANEOUS e/. 

6,348 

_ 

_ 

■ 

m 


_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

, 

_ 

1st Quarter. 

rssj 

- 






- 

“T 

"T 

T 

T 

2nd Quarter. 

1,762 







- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3rd Quarter. ..... 

1,700 







- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4th Quarter. 

1,283 

- 

H 


0 


Ka 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD. 

147,260 

49 

33 


5 


5 

20 

14 

37 

25 

1,552,119 

1st Quarter. 

34,545 

18 

5? 


E 


E 

IE 

59 

~5 

17 

m 11 mil 

2nd Quarter. 

23,023 

9 

39 


ESI 


17 

4 

17 

5 

22 

317,588 

3rd Quarter. 

31,242 

9 

29 


mM 

Bill!: 

- 

2 

6 

9 

29 

227,518' 

4 th Quarter. 

58,453 

13 

22 

EB 

2 

m 

2 

4 

7 

17 

29 

316,843 

USAF-AT-LARGE f/. 

_ 

41 

_ 

3 

■ 

3 


8 


7 

_ 

1,874,689 

1st Quarter. 

2nd Quarter. 

3rd Quarter. 


8 


3 

| 

3 

| 

6 


3 


1,504,684 

4th Quarter. 

- 



■ 

B 



2 

- 

4 

- 

370,005 


ft/ Plying hours include 95.7^1 hours flown by Navy for MATS, d/ 
b/ More than one fatality tnay occur as the result of any one e/ 
fatal accident. f/ 

c/ Fatalities include all persons killed and/or missing as 
the result of major accidents. 


Aircraft destroyed includes missing aircraft. 

USA? Security Service, Joint Brazll-US Mil. Comm. 
USA?-at-Large - For statistical purposes, accidents 
during ferrying In aircraft possessed by one command 
but operated by another are not charged to ft specific 
command, but are included in the USA? totals. 


Accidents in aircraft which were on bailment contract and/or on loan are Included in the above and succeeding tab¬ 
ulations of USA? Aircraft Accidents. However, flying tune is not available for B/L aircraft, and accidents In 
these planes are not included in rate computations. The B/L accidents are listed below. 


TABLE 91 - USAF BAILMENT/LOAN ACCIDENTS - FY 1953 


.. . ^ 






COMMAND 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

FATAL 

ACCIDENTS 

FATALI¬ 

TIES 

AIRCRAFT 

DESTROYED 

MINOR 

ACCIDENTS 

F.Y. 1953 - TOTAL 

4 

1 

2 

1 

6 

1st Quarter? .... 

5 

1 

5 

1 

2 

2nd Quarter. 

1 

- 

_ 


_ 

3rd Quarter. 

- 

- 

- 


3 

4 th Quarter. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

I 

AIR MATERIEL COMMAND. . . . 

4 

1 

2 

1 

3 

1st Quarter. 

2 

1 

5 

1 

5 

2nd Quarter. 

1 

_ 

_ 


_ 

3rd Quarter. 

- 

_ 

_ 


1 

4th Quarter. 

1 

- 

“ 


- 

AIR RESEARCH A DEVELOPMENT. 

_ 




2 

3rd Quarter. 

“I 



T 

T 

4th Quarter. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

USAF-AT-LARGE f/. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

1 

^rd Quarter. 


- 



1 


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TABLE 92 - USAF AND ANG AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS, RATES AND DOLLAR LOSS - BY TYPE AND MODEL - FY 1953 


(includes hours and accidents in the Air Force Reserve, HATS Navy Units, and Civil Air Patrol Aircraft in the 
USAF Inventory. Rates are expressed in accidents per 100,000 hours.) 


FATALITIES AIRCRAFT 


TYPE AND MODEL 


FY 1953 - TOTAL. . 


FIRST QUARTER - TOTAL 


BCMBER . 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 

B-17 7T . TTT\ . 

B-25. 

B-26. 

B-2?. 

B-3 6. 

B-50. 

Jet (Sub Total). . 

B-^3 ... • 

B-L5. 

B-Vf. 

CARGO a/. 

C-F6. 

c-47/53 (C-llT) «/ . 

C-54 a/. 

C-iU. 

C-82. 

C-97. 

C-118 a/ . 

C-119. 

C-121 a/. 

C-124. 

Other. 

FIGHTER . 

Non-Jet (Sub Total) . . 

F-47 . .'7 TV . . • 

F-51. 

F-82. 

Jet (Sub Total) . . 

F-ttO ... . 

T-33. 

f-84. 

f-86. 

f-89. 

f-94. 

TRAINER . 

c-45. 


FLUNG ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTS b/ c/ DESTROYED d/ ACCIDENTS DOLLAR 

HOURS a/ -1-1-1-j-1- LOSS 



LIAISON . 

HELICOPTER . 

MISCELLANEOUS . . . . 

SECOND QUARTER - ’ 


BOMBER . 

Non-Jet (Sub Total 

B-17. 

B-25. 

B-26. 

B-29. 

b-36. 

B-50. 


No. 

i 

B 

Rate 

No. 

1,274 

15 

893 

11 

1,284 


20 22 
19 20 


A2 j£3 I 3 

LL ^5 
17 “E | 52 

101 10 30 31 


lh 19 3U 

74 3 74 

28 15 35 


509 26 181 

65 16 20 

FT nr 


1,284 $ 245,656,671 



15,022 

237,991 

1,989,247 

2,705,947 

239,076 

3,793,554 


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TABLE 92 - USAF AND ANG AIRCRAFT ACCIOENTS, RATES AND DOLLAR LOSS 
BY TYPE AND MODEL - FY 1953 - Continued) 




MAJOR 

fatal 

muhu.*i 

AIRCRAFT 

MINOR 


TYPE AND MODEL 

FLYING 
HOURS a/ 

ACCIDENTS 

ACCIDENTS b/ 



DESTROYED d/ 

ACCIDENTS 

DOLLAR 














NO. 

Rate 

No. 

Rate 

No. 



Rate 


Rate 


SECOND QUARTER - Cont'd 
BCMBER - Cont'd 




U 









Jet (Sub Total). . . 


8 

12 


22 

8 

a 

5 

49 

5 

49 

$ 5,472,939 

B-43. 

18 

_ 

_ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

B-45. 

3,579 

5 

140 


84 

8 

224 

5 

140 

2 

56 

5,300,779 

B-47. 

6,534 

3 

46 

K 


" 


- 

- 

3 

46 

172,160 

CARGO. 

C-46. 

480,456 

39,873 

51 
, 7 

12 

15 

1 

1 

% 

68 

90 

17 

2 

4 

5 

42 

7 

9 

18 

8,894,349 

1,037,150 

C-47/53 (C-U7) a/ • • 

233,986 

23 

10 


2 

23 

10 

6 

3 

23 

10 

916,353 

C-Jl* a/. 

102,689 

6 

6 


1 

37 

36 

2 

2 

1 

1 

881,444 

0-74 7 .. 

3,48i 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

c-82. 

6,114 

3 

49 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

16 

120,591 

C-97. 

26,o4o 

1 

4 

hbB 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

2 

8 

24,456 

C-118 a/-. 

5,036 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

20 

- 

C-119a a . 

32,472 

13 

40 


12 

92 

283 

5 

15 

3 

9 

2,604,243 

C-121 a/. 

2,266 

- 

. 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

* 

- 

C-12 1 *. - . 

27,676 

4 

14 


7 

139 

502 

2 


4 

14 

3,276,389 

C-122. 

412 

1 

243 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

32,223 

Other.. 

407 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

FIGHTER. 

Non-Jbt (Sub Total). . - 

F-47 ... • • 


£4± 

1 

100 

§1 

2 

1 

£ 

12 

17 

79 

2 

1 

i 

125 

19 

3 


83 

29 

T 

19 

38 

55 

26,972,425 
2,041 500 

34$;Sib 

F-51. 

71,020 

57 

80 

8 

11 

8 

Bra 

16 

23 

25 

35 

1,692,182 

F-82. 

253 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jet (Sub Total). . . 

f-8o. 

355,783 

55,322 

248 

-55 

8 

58 

9 


12 

9 

20 

IS 

106 

17 

30 

31 

54 

12 

15 

22 

■Ml ii »Tll 

T-33. 

126,408 

37 

29 

11 


19 

15 

20 

16 

14 

11 

3,276,829 

F-84. 

79,259 

80 

101 

23 

EM 


29 

39 

49 

8 

10 

9,978,592 

f-86. 

59,602 

52 

87 

10 



20 

21 

35 

15 

25 

6,584,629 

Other. 

332 

_ 

_ 

- 



_ 

_ 


_ 


- 

F-94. 

34,860 

34 

95 

5 


7 

20 

9 

26 

5 

l4 

2,616,551 

trainer. 

C-45. 

588,120 

68; 2 4i 

±22 

17 

18 

25 

n 

1 

2 

1 

24 

3 

4 

4 

19 

2 

3 

3 

103 

4 

18 

~5 


T-6. 

402,468 

65 

16 

11 

3 

18 

4 

15 

4 

88 

22 


T-7. 

15,345 

2 

13 

1 


3 

20 

1 

7 

4 

26 


T-ll. 

29,052 

5 

17 




_ 

1 

3 

4 

l4 

295,000 

T-28. 

58,149 

13 

22 




_ 

- 

- 

2 

■FI 

168,047 

T 29. 

14,859 


1 




- 

- 

- 

1 


- 

Other. 

6 


■ 



IB 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

J 

- 

LIAISON. 

40,458 





1 




■ 


37,990 

HELICOPTER . 

9,455 

8 

82 



n 





32 

178,464 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

45,865 

2 

±2 

E 


14 


— 

— 


_6 

65,074 

THIRD QUARTER - TOTAL. . 

2,015,319 

466 

£2 

101 


£2!i 

105 

12 

219 

11 

319 

33 

16 

72,369,388 

BCMBER. 

425.213 


12 

■ 

4 

m 

24 

6 

9 

34,520,428 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 
B-17. 


1 

10 

"5 

m 

5 


£5 

22 

5 

33 

2 

8 

i5 

28,925,281 

15,022 

B-25. 

152,758 

h 

3 

1 

1 

3 

2 

2 

1 

6 

4 

314,482 

B-26. 

83,203 

21 

25 

5 

6 

14 

17 

7 

8 

10 

12 

1,763,826 

B-29. 

109,962 

6 

5 

4 


34 

31 

5 

M;-, 

11 

10 

3,405,544 

B-36. 

21,626 

4 

18 

2 




4 



5 

10 

18,426,242 

5,000,165 

B-50. 

29,733 

5 

17 

3 


87 

4 

KBE 

3 

Jet (Sub Total). . . 

B-45 . . . . . . . . . 

1^4 

1,869 

2 

2 

5§ 

107 

1 

6 


±2 

2 

LS 

I 


5,595,147 

56,896 

B-47. 

13,525 

7 

52 

1 



22 

2 

Iv^l 

5 


5,538,251 

Other. 

Uo 

- 

- 

- 

H 


- 

- 


- 


- 

CARGO. 

448,782 

% 

1 

_a 


22 

5 

10 

2 

27 

6 

4,024,246 

C-46. 

36,710 

11 





1 

3 

2 

5 

287,028 

C-47/53 (C-117) a/ . . 

221,133 

9 

4 

1 



1 

2 

1 

14 

6 

327,365 

C-5 1 * a/. 

83,627 

2 

2 

1 

B 

m 

17 

2 

2 

- 


815,039 


308 700 O - 54 * 12 


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TABLE 92 - USAF AND ANG AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT^RATES AND OOLLAR LOSS 
BY TYPE AND MODEL - FY 1953 - Cmumiiii 




MAJOR 

FATAL 

FATALITIES 

AIRCRAFT 

MINOR 


TYPE AND MODEL 

FLYING 

ACCIDENTS 

ACCIDEHTS b/ 

si 

DESTROYED d/ 

ACCIDENTS 

DOLLAR 



No. 

as 


Rate 




Rate 

No. 

as 


THIRD QUARTER - Cont'd 
CARGO - Cont'd 







■ 





$ 410,449 

C-tf2. 

5,159 

2 

39 

- 


- 


1 

19 

- 

- 

c-97. 

25,561 

- 


- 


- 


- 

- 

3 

12 

- 

c -118 a/. 

9 , 7*16 

_ 

- 

_ 


- 


- 

- 

1 

10 

- 

c -119 . 

36,501 

5 

14 

1 

3 

5 


4 

11 

5 

14 

2,159,488 

C-124. 

25,781 

1 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

8 

24,077 

Other. 

4,564 

" 

- 

* 

- 


" 

- 

- 

- 

- 

" 

FIGHTER. 

501.194 

280 

56 

§1 

12 

Ik 

i2 

‘150 

& 

191 

30 

30,108.937 


53,626 

2,952 

3 

ice 

2 

2 


2 

2 

u 

m 


m 


f-51. 

50,469 

38 

75 

7 

14 

7 

14 

21 

42 

31 

61 

1,467,750 

F-82. 

207 

1 

483 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

- 

* 

. 

- 

16,561 

Jet (Sub Total). . . 

F-80. 

447.566 

59,409 



20 

7 

12 

12 

01 

7 

15 

12 

m. 

15 

28 

2 ? 

116 

~IE 

26 

27 

28 , 449,955 

2 , 6 bi,sn 

T-33. 

172,680 

45 

26 

8 


11 

6 

16 


26 

15 

2,763,366 

f-84. 

103,940 

73 

70 

21 


22 

21 

52 

ES; 

25 

23 

12 , 309,802 

F-86. 

76,330 

57 

75 

13 


16 

21 

30 

In 

36 

47 

7,384,049 

f-89 . . .. 

6? 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

- 

F -92 . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

- 

- 

f-94. 

34,939 

25 

72 

7 

20 

11 

31 

14 


12 

34 

3,927,527 

TRAINER. 

509,514 

S2 

16 

13 

2 

18 


20 

2 

07 

15 


C-i*5. 

69,947 


10 


- 

- 


1 

1 

7 

10 

T-6. 

375,692 


16 

10 

3 

14 


17 

5 

70 

19 

847,578 

T-7. 

11,963 


17 

_ 




1 

8 

1 

8 

86,714 

T-ll. 

21,707 


14 

- 

- 



- 

- 

3 

14 

71,826 

T-28. 

67,665 

17 

25 

3 

4 



9 

13 

6 


1 , 191,067 

Other. 

35 

- 

- 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 


- 

T-29. 

22,505 

- 

- 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 


- 

LIAISON. 

*13,369 

12 

22 

2 

_s 


12 

1 

1 

u. 


456,093 

HELICOPTER. 

10.224 

2 

68 

1 

10 


10 

2 

20 

2 


234,918 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

17.003 

4 

.24 

1 

6 


41 

2 

12 

2 


958,708 

FOURTH QUARTER - TOTAL . 


549 

24 

112 

2 

304 

13 

S2i 

11 

222 

16 


BCMBER. 

434,263 

49 

U 

i 

1 

24 

6 

11 

2 

42 

10 

5,426,920 

Ron-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

410,586 

39 

2 

2 

I 


E 

11 

2 

22 

2 


B-17. 

12,740 




- 

IK 

- 

- 

- 

2 

16 

- 

B-25. 

154,248 

6 

4 

- 

- 


- 

2 

1 

4 

KM 

382,717 

b -26 . 

90,713 

25 

28 

1 

1 


2 

5 

6 

15 

m 

1,356,394 

B-29. 

92,880 

4 

4 

3 

3 

20 

22 

3 

3 

13 

■s 

1,921,012 

B -36 . 

26,464 

2 

8 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3 

El 

192,808 

B-50. 

33,5*11 

2 

6 

1 

3 

2 

6 

1 

3 

2 

mm 

1 , 163,818 

Jet (Sub Total). . . 

23,677 

47l9« 


3§ 

- 


- 

- 

- 


4 

17 

410,171 

B-45 ... . , 


119 

- 

mot! 

- 

- 

- 

hni^i 

I 

2 1 

151,427 

B-47. 

19,430 


21 

- 


- 

- 

- 


3 

15 

258,744 

Other. 

53 


* 

- 


- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

CARGO. 

cM . 

507,364 

.43,762 


6 

11 

1 


145 

22 

2 

1 

2 

? 

H 

8 

11 

6,511,032 
296, bOk 

C-*7/53 (C-117) a/ . . 

243,719 


5 

1 


1 

- 

2 

1 

17 


324,558 

o-9* y . 

87,042 

I 

1 

- 


- 

- 

1 

1 

4 


386,258 

C-02 7 . 

2,463 

1 

41 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 


40,197 

C-97. 

29,372 

1 

3 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

1 


24,456 

C-119. 

50,092 

7 

14 

1 

2 

15 

30 

3 

6 

10 

20 

2,209,164 

C-124. 

30,261 

6 

20 

1 

3 

129 

426 

2 

7 

6 

20 

3,229,795 

Other. 

20,553 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



609 .O 86 

339 

if 

§2 

14 

22 

16 

180 

30 

l6l 

26 

4o.457.945 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

55,310 

34 

6l 

l3B 

2 


2 

2 

iS 

33 

"28 

51 

■uiA7J 

F-U7 . , . . . . . . . 

2,904 

4 

1 


1 

3f 

2 

69 

~6 

207 

F-51. 

51,913 

30 

58 

4 


4 

8 

16 

31 

22 

42 

1,133,148 

F-82. 

493 

• 

* 

* 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



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159 


TABLE 92 - USAF AND ANG AIRCRAFT ACC I DENTS, RATES AND DOLLAR LOSS 
BY TYPE AND MODEL - FY 1953 - Continued 


TYPE AND MODEL 

FLYING 
HOURS a/ 

MAJ® 

ACCIDENTS 

FATAL 

ACCIDENTS b/ 

FATALITIES 

y 

aircraft 

DESTROYED dj 

MINOR 

ACCIDENTS 

DOLLAR 

LOGS 

No. 


No. 

Rate 

NO. 


No. 

Rate 

No. 


FOURTH QUARTER - Cont’d 



























553,776 

305 

55 

78 

l4 

94 

17 

162 

29 

133 

24 

$ 39,146,802 


"5^555 

nSkv. 

64 

10 

17 


T? 

19 

33 

Si 

35 

Ml 1 II 11 1 

T-33. 

206,603 


4o 

24 

12 


15 

39 

19 

26 

13 

6,341,648 

F-84 ......... 

130,707 


54 

21 

16 


16 

42 

32 

13 

10 

10,605,776 

f-86. 

115,311 


78 

18 

16 


19 

52 

45 

55 

48 

15,507,402 

F-89. 

2,011 


- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

50 

- 

F-94. 

40,669 

25 

6l 

5 

12 

10 

24 

10 

24 

17 

42 

4,043,000 

Other. 

19 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TRAINER. 

639,756 

108 

17 

18 

3 

28 

4 

4l 


no 

17 

3,366,476 

C-45. 

90,766 


12 

- 


- 

- 



15 

17 


T-6. 

373,252 


17 

11 

3 

19 

5 



73 

20 

1,204,320 

T-T. 

9,485 


32 

- 

- 

- 

- 


21 

3 

32 

160,428 

T-ll. 

20,706 


10 

1 

5 

1 

5 


10 

4 

19 

177,522 

t-28. 

115,220 

28 

24 

6 

5 

8 

7 

11 

10 

14 

12 

1,565,927 

T-29. 

29,580 


- 



- 

- 

- 


1 

3 

- 

MK-4. 

747 


- 



- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


LIAISON. 

53,654 


13 



5 

2 



12 

22 

98,769 

HELICOPTER . 

13,793 


73 



2 

15 


29 

3 

22 

578,198 

MISCELT ANEOUS. 

22,977 

[III 

17 



1 

4 

pl| 

17 

1 

4 

1,805,707 















Accidents in aircraft which were on bailment contract and/or on loan are Included in the 
above and succeeding tabulations of USAF Aircraft Accidents. However, flying time is not 
available for B/L aircraft, and accidents in these planes are not included in rate com¬ 
putations. The b/l accidents are listed below. 


TABLE 93 — USAF BAILMENT/LOAN ACCIDENTS — FISCAL YEAR 1953 


MODEL 

MAJ® 

ACCIDENTS 

FATAL 

i ACCIDENTS b/ 

FATALITIES 0/ 

AIRCRAFT 
DESTROYED d/ 

MIN® 

ACCIDETTTS 

FISCAL YEAR - TOTAL. . 

4 

1 

. 2 

1 

6 

B-36. 

1 

1 

2 

1 


b-47. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

c-47. 

_ 

_ 

> 


1 

c-54. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

P-84. 

. 

. 



1 

F-86.. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


2 

F-94. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

x-5 ....... . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 


NOTE: The footnotes below apply to both tables 92 and 93 . 


a/ Flying Hours include hours flown by Navy for MATS. 

B j More than one fatality may occur as the result of any one fatal accident, 
c j Fatalities include all persons killed and/or missing as the result of major accidents, 
d j Aircraft destroyed includes missing aircraft. 

SOURCE: D/Flight Safety Research - The Inspector General 


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TABLE 94 - USAF AND ANG MAJOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS - BY PHASE OF OPERATIONS 


(Includes Air Force Reserve and Civil Air Patrol) 


TYPE AND MODEL 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 

taxiing 

TAKE-OFF 

IN FLIGHT 

GO AROUND 

LANDING 


UNDETERMINED 

TOTAL FY 1953 - ■ . 

2,188 

§5 

277 

722 

92 

946 

21 

15 

FIRST QUARTER - TOTAL . . 

626 

24 

75 

192 

32 

272 

26 

5 


1 





■ 


BOMBER. 


3 

5 

22 

2 


10 

• _ 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 


3 

5 

17 

3 


-7 

_ 

B-i.7 ... . . . . . 


7 

r 

T 

7 


_ 

- 

B-25. 


1 

- 

1 

- 


2 

- 

B-26. 


- 

3 

7 

_ 


4 

- 

B 29. 


2 

1 

7 

2 


- 

- 

B-36. 


- 

- 

1 

- 


1 

- 

B-50 . . '. 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Jet (Sub Total). . 

11 



5 

_ 

3 

3 

_ 

B-45 . ■ . . . . . 

"3 


^7 

7 

“7 

r 

5 

“7 

B-l*7. 

6 

- 

- 

3 

~ 

2 

1 

- 

CARGO . 

4l 

6 

2 

14 

3 

l4 

2 


c-46. 


7 




_ 


7 

C-Vf/53 (C-117). . . 


2 



2 

7 

1 

_ 

C-54. 


- 



- 

1 

. 

- 

C-82. 


- 



- 

1 

. 

- 

C-97. 


- 



- 

2 

. 

_ 

C-119. 


2 

9 


1 

1 

. 

- 

C-124. 


- 

9 


- 

2 

1 

- 

FIGHTER. 


6 

42 


17 

15B 

9 

3 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 


5 

~B 



1 ? 



F-47 ... • 

17 

5 

B 



T 

. 


F-51. 

59 

3 

2 

21 


31 

_ 

_ 

Jet (Sub Total). . 


1 

24 

106 

14 

123 

9 

3 

F -60 ... . . . . . 


- 


-27 

1 

"57 

5 


T-33. 

55 

- 

9 

18 

4 

22 

1 

1 

f-84. 

74 

- 

9 

33 

3 

26 

3 

_ 

F-86. 

42 

_ 

6 

15 

5 

14 

2 

_ 

f-89. 

8 

- 

- 

4 


3 

1 

_ 

F-94. 

51 

1 

• 4 

12 

1 

31 

- 

2 

TRAINER . 

120 

7 

17 

22 

10 

62 


2 

CJ*5. 

12 

1 

5 

1 

~7 

3 


7 

T-6. 

85 

6 

7 

11 

10 

49 

_ 

2 

T-7. 



2 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 


T-ll. 

. |Efl 


2 

- 

_ 

6 



t-28. 



1 

7 

_ 

3 

_ 


T-35. 


9 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

HELICOPTER. 

15 

1 

2 

1 


8 

4 





“ 


— 


— 

“— 

LIAISON . 

13 

2 

5 

2 


4 





— 



•— 


—- 

— 

MISCELLANEOUS b/ . . . 

8 

_ 

2 



5 

1 











SECOND QUARTER - TOTAL. . 

547 


69 

155 

15 

259 

21 

7 

BCMBER. 

58 

5 

5 

20 

_ 

24 

3 

1 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 

50 

5 

1* 

IF 

~ 

52 

5 

T 

B-17 . . . . . . . . 

1 


. 

~I 

~ 


7 


B-25. 

8 


- 

1 

_ 


1 


b-26 . 

25 


3 

10 

_ 

nKfl 

_ 


B-29. 

8 


- 

1 

_ 

5 

_ 

1 

B 36. 

3 


1 

2 

_ 


_ 


B-50. 

5 


- 

1 

_ 

2 

1 


Jet (Sub Total). . 

8 


1 

4 

_ 

2 

1 


B-45. 

3 


I 

3 

~~ 

T 

T 


B-47. 

3 


- 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

58 

2 

10 

12 

1 

29 

1 

3 

C-46. 

1 



T 

~ 

—3 


I 

C-^7/53 (C-U7). . . 

23 

2 


4 

. 

U 

1 


c-54. 

6 



1 

1 

4 



C-92. 

3 



1 

_ 

1 


1 

C-97. 

1 



_ 

_ 

1 

_ 


C-119. 

13 



4 

- 

6 

_ 

1 

C-122. 




_ 


1 



C-124. 

■■ 



1 

- 

2 

- -- - 

- 


CONFI DENT! AL 

























































































































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16 I 


TABLE 94 


USAF AND ANG MAJOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS - BY PHASE OF OPERATIONS -(Con 


TYPE AND MODEL 

MAJOR 

accidents 

TAXIING 

TAKE-OFF 

IN FLIGHT 

GO AROUND 

LANDING 

MISCELLANEOUS 

a/ 

UNDETERMINED 

SECOND QUARTER . Cont'd 









FIORTER.. 

Non-Jet (Sub Total), . 
F-47. 


6 

I 

1 

S 

1 

12£ 

17 

1 

11 

2 

136 

30 

2 

15 

1 

T 

2 

F-51 • -. 

57 

2 

7 

16 

2 

28 

2 

_ 

Jet (Sub Total). . 

—F-^0 - . . . . . . 

21*8 

1 

1 

28 

~B 

88 

13 


106 

19 

12 

“3 

2 

I 

T-33. 

37 


4 

11 


21 

- 

_ 

F-eu. 

80 

1 

12 

31 


31 

3 

- 

F-86. 

52 

1 

1 

25 


14 

6 

- 

F-gk . 

34 

- 

3 

8 


21 

" 

1 

TRAINER. 

102 

4 

16 

11 

3 

58 

4 

1 

c-45. 

17 

1 

T 



12 

7 

7 

T-6. 

65 

3 

4 

14 

3 

38 

2 

1 

T-7. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

. 

T-ll . .. 

5 

_ 

2 

l 

- 

2 

_ 

_ 

t -28. 

13 

- 

4 

2 

- 

6 

1 

. 

T-29. 

1 

" 

- 

- 

- 

" 

1 

- 

HELICOPTER. 

8 





6 

2 


LIAISON . 

6 


1 



5 

_i 


MISCELLANEOUS b/ . . . 

1 

— 

1 

1 

— 

1 

— 

— 

THIRD QUARTER - TOTAL . . 

466 

10 

62 

121 

16 

199 

7 


BOMBER. 


_ 

10 

19 

1 

20 



Non-jet (Sub Total). . 


- 

T 

15 

1 

15 

~ 

“7 

B-17. 

1 

- 


- 

_ 

I 

_ 

_ 

B-25. 

4 


1 

_ 

1 

2 

. 

_ 

B-26. 

21 

_ 

5 

7 

_ 

9 

_ 

_ 

B-29. 

6 

. 

2 

4 

_ 


_ 

_ 

B-36. 

k 

- 

- 

3 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

B-50. 

5 

_ 

1 

2 

_ 

2 • 

_ 

_ 

Jet (Sub Total). . 

2 


1 

3 


5 

_ 


b^!~. ~ -T. . . 

2 

“7 

1 

I 

““ 


“ 


B-47. 

7 


- 

2 

- 

5 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

23 

1 

3 

6 





c-46. 

"£ 

1 


I 



~ 

“ 

C-U7/53 (C-117). . . 

9 


3 

1 

. 


_ 

„ 

C-5 1 *. 

2 


- 

- 

_ 


_ 


C-82. 

2 


- 

1 

. 


_ 


C-119. 

5 


- 

2 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

C-124. 

1 


“ 

1 

- 


- 

- 

FIGHTER . 

280 


* 

112 

10 

119 

4 


Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 

Tz 

3 

21 

1 

12 

1 


F-47... . . . . . 

3 


- 

3 

“ 

~ 

~ 

“ 

F 51. 

38 

3 

4 

17 

1 

12 

1 

_ 

F -82. 

1 


_ 

1 


_ 



Jet (Sub Total). . 

238 

1 * 

27 

91 

2 

107 

3 


F-bO. 

35 



ic 


17 


T 

T-33. 

45 



l4 

4 

22 

l 

_ 

f-84. 

73 



34 

3 ' 

30 


_ 

F-86. 

57 



20 

2 

26 

2 

_ 

F-94. 

25 

itS&w 



■ 

12 

- 

- 

trainer . 

8g 

5 

11 


5 

39 

1 


c-45. 

7 


T 



"5 

~2 

—I 

t-6. 

60 


5’ 


R 

30 

1 

_ 

T-7. 

2 


- 



2 

_ 


T-ll. 

3 


1 



2 

_ 


T-28. 

17 


3 

10 


2 

- 

- 

HELICOPTER. 

7 


2 

n 


2 

1 


LIAISON . 

13 


4 



1 

1 


MISCELLANEOUS b/ . . . 

4 


2 



1 











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TABLE 94 - USAFANDANG MAJOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS — BY PHASE OF OPERATIONS — Continued 


TYPE AND MODEL 

MAJCR 


TAKE-OFF 

IN FLIGHT 

GO AROUND i 

LANDING 


UNDETERMINED 

accidents 



FOURTH QUARTER - TOTAL. . 

549 


IS 

204 

2£ 

216 

13 

3 

BCMBER. 

S2 


1 

9 

2 

28 

1 


Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 
B-25. 

* 

■ | 

t 

2 

5 

2 

1 


— 

b -26. 

25 


1 

2 

1 




B-29. 

4 


1 

2 

_ 


, 


B-36. 

2 

aH19i 

_ 

1 

_ 


< 


B-50. 

2 


. 

1 

_ 




Jet (Sub Total). . 

10 


1 

3 

_ 


3 


B-J*5. 

5 


1 

1 



1 

— 

b-47. 

5 

9 

- 

2 

- 



- 

CARGO. 

c-46 ........ 

5 


1 

1 

6 

2 

—2 

16 

2 

2 

_ z 

C-47/53 (c-117). . . 

11 


2 


_ 

7 

1 


C-54. 

1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

1 



C-82. 

1 

fl ■ 

. 



1 



C-97. 

1 


- 

_ 

_ 


1 


C-119. 

7 


2 

1 


3 



C-124. ....... 

6 


- 

3 

- 

2 

- 

- 

FIGHTER. 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . 

ag 

l 

SI 

1 

131 

10 

14 

1 

430 

Uf 

1 

1 

>•-47 . . . . 

"4 

- 

1 

2 


1 

“ 

~ 

F-51. 

30 

4 

4 

8 

1 

13 



Jet fSub Total). . 

F-80 ... . 

295. 

37 

l 

42 

5 

*3 

1 

ll6 

12 

1 

1 

1 

T-33. 

83 

2 

7 

27 

2 

44 


1 

r-84. 

70 

1 

8 

34 

u 

23 



F-86. 

90 


16 

38 

4 

30 

2 


F-94. 

25 


6 

10 

2 

7 


- 

WAINER.. 

c-45 ........ 

|p9 

1 

1 

2 

3 

42 

1 

12 

38 

'“IT 

4 

2 

2 

t-6. 


- 

4 

21 

9 

27 

2 

1 

T-7. 



- 


1 




T-U. 





! 




T-aS. 

28 

“ 

2 


2 

7 

- 


HELICOPTER. 

10 


1 



2 

1 

_ 

LIAISON . 

2 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 



HISCELLAHEOUS a/. . . . 

4 

— 

1 

1 _ I_ 

3 

— 


— 



a/ Other phases not Hated. 

_b f All other types aircraft. 

SOURCE: D/Flight Safety Research - The Inspector General 


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16 3 


TABLE 95 - FACTORS CAUSING USAF AND ANG MAJOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS 

(includes Air Force Reserve and Civil Air Patrol) 


TYPE AND MODEL 


PILOT 

ERROR 

SUPERVISORY 

ERRCF 

MAIN PENANCE 

AIRBASE tt 
AIRWAYS 

MATERIEL 

failure 

OTHER 

5/ 

TOTAL F.Y. 1953. . . 

2,188 

1,299 

370 

195 

170 


472 

FIRST QUARTER - TOTAL. . 

626 

358 

76 

65 

53 

1 

88 

BOMBER. 

37 

-57 

3 

3 

3 


EF 

Non-Jet (Sub Total) . 
B-17. 

5? 

2 


3 

3 

3 

fl 

3 

3 

B -25 . 

8 


3 

1 

3 

4 

- 

B -26 . 

19 


2 

4 

1 

12 

1 

B-29. 

19 


3 

L 

4 

13 

4 

B -36 . 

3 


- 

1 

* 

3 

. 3 

B-50. 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

Jet (Sub Total) . . . 

B-45. . .t: . . . 

11 

3 

- 

2 

- 

3 

3 

3 

T 

T 

3 

- 

3 

3 

b-47. 

6 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

2 

CARGO. 

41 ■ 

22 

7 

6 

10 

12 

12 

—<5^46. 

k 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

c-47/53 (c-117) . . 

is 

11 

4 

1 

5 

5 

4 

c-54. 

3 

2 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

C-82. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

c -97 . 

4 

1 

- 

1 

1 

2 

3 

C-LI9. 

8 

2 

1 

2 

- 

3 

3 

C-124. 

3 

2 

* 

1 

1 

- 

- 


366 

36 

194 

35 

38 

3 

30 

3 

27 

3 

148 

37 

54 

3 

eVMWMHil 

17 

3 

3 

3 

3 

15 

3 

E -51 . 

59 

33 

6 

6 

3 

23 

3 

Jet (Sub Total) . 

290 

156 

30 

23 

23 

113 

49 

■ y-w. . 

35 

37 

3 



37 

3 

T -33 . 

55 

30 

4 



10 

l4 

F-84. 

74 

29 

10 



39 

18 

y-S 6. 

42 

22 

5 




3 

F -89 . 

8 

2 





3 

f-94. 

51 

36 

6 

3 



5 

TRAINER. 

120 

98 

22 




7 

C-45. 

35 

v 

3 




_ 

T-6. 

85 

74 

17 


2 


4 

t-7 :. 

3 

2 

1 




1 

T-ll. 


5 

_ 




1 

t-28. 


9 

3 




1 

T-35.. 

kJB 

* 

- 


9 


- 

HELICOPTER . . . . 

15 

8 

_ 




1 



— 





LIAISON. 

13 

7 

_ 

3 



1 




— 





MISCELLANEOUS c/ . . . 

8 

2 

1 

3 



1 








SECOND QUARTER - TOTAL . 

547 

323 

86 

52 

35 

185 

82 

. 

33 

-55 

15 

3 

3 

3F 

15 

Non-Jet (Sub Total) . 

b.17. . . . . . : . 

5o 


IT 

3 

3 

5 

15 

3 


1 

- 

~~2 

B-25 . 

8 


2 

_ 

- 

4 

2 

B-a6. 

25 


9 

4 

4 

6 

7 

B-29. 

8 


_ 

2 

_ 

5 

1 

B 36. 

3 


- 

. 

- 

2 

1 

B-50. 

5 


- 

1 

- 

2 

1 

Jet (Sub Tote!) . 

8 


1 

- 

_ 

5 

3 

h-i*5. ; : .. . . 

V 


_ 

— 

r ~~ 

3 

3 

B-47. 

3 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

2 

1 

CARGO. 

58 

38 

16 

7 

9 

18 

l4 

—C36. 

V 

3 

3 


3 


3 

C-47/53 (c-117) . . 

23 

is 

5 

3 

4 

■ 

2 

C-5 1 *. 

6 

5 

2 


1 


1 

c-8?. 

3 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

Kjj^R| 

1 

C-97. 

1 

1 

1 

- 

• 


_ 

c 119 . 

13 

6 

4 

2 

- 


5 

C-122.. 

1 

_ 

_ 


1 



C-124.. 

4 

4 

3 

1 

2 


2 

FIUm'EW - TOTAL. . . . 

3U 

175 

37 

26 

17 

1 

43 


-57 

3T 

3 

3 



3 


~B 

3 

3 

3 

~ 


3 


57 

28 

6 

_S_ 

- 

24 

5 


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TYPE AND MODEL 

MAJOR a/ 
ACCIDENTS 

PILOT 

ERROR 

SUPERVISORY 

ERROR 

MAINTENANCE 

AIRBASE & 
AIRWAYS 

MATERIEL 

FAILURE 

other 

y 

!■ 11 mi ■ i W 

248 

144 

30 

20 

17 

88 

36 

P-BO. 


37 


s 


I? 

3 

T-33. 

37 

28 


3 


10 

8 

p-34. 

80 

4o 


7 


27 

16 

p-86. ....... 

52 

2 6 


6 


26 

6 

f-94. 

& 

23 


2 


6 

2 

TRAINER. 

103 

78 

19 

10 


23 

8 

. c-i5. 

37 

33 

3 

3 


3 

3 

t-6. 

65 

55 

12 

4 

2 

5 

4 

T-7. 

2 

1 

1 

- 

_ 

- 

1 

T-ll. 

5 

4 

1 

2 

- 

3 

- 

T-28. 

13 

5 

1 

2 

- 

8 

1 

T-29. 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

HELICOPTER. 

8 

6 

1 


1 

4 • 



— 

— 

— 

— 

— 

— 

— 

LIAISON. 

6 

4 

1 

1 

_ 

L 

_ 


— 

— 

— 

— 



— 

MISCELLANEOUS c/ . . . 

3 

2 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

2 








THIRD QUARTER - TOTAL. . 

466 

302 

108 

40 

34 

142 

130 

BOMBER.. 



"IT 

■7 

T 

SI 

35 

Non-Jet (Sub Total) . 

5Y 


3 


3 

17 

20 

s-17. ■ ■ . . 




T 


3 


B -25 . 



1 

1 

- 

2 

1 

B -26 . 



4 

4 

1 

6 

14 

B-29. 



_ 

1 

_ 

5 

1 

3-36. 



2 

_ 

- 

1 

2 

B-50. 

5 


2 

_ 

_ 

2 

2 

Jet (Sub Total) . 

ilZs 


2 

1 

_ 

5 

2 

Bit?. . . . : . 


SI 

~ 

~ 

“3" 

s 

3 

B-47. 


3 

2 

1 

- 

3 

1 

CARGO. 


17 

8 

2 

5 

9 

10 

c36. 



3 

_ 


3 

3 

C-47/53 (C-L17) . . 

9 

SI 

3 

- 


2 

4 

C-54. 

2 


_ 

_ 


_ 

2 

C-82. 

2 


1 

1 


1 

_ 

c -119 . 

5 

■W 

_ 

1 


4 

2 

C-124 . 

1 


- 

- 


1 

- 


280 


55 

22 

24 

85 

73 


35 


■5 

T 


IF 

3 

y-47.'. . . . 7 . 

3 


_ 

*T 


3 

3 

P-51. 

38 

26 

8 

3 


13 

9 

F -82 . 

1 

_ 

_ 



1 



238 

155 

47 

18 

22 

70 

62 

F-86.. . 

IB 

ST 

3 

3 

IT 

3 

3 

T-33. . . 

45 

38 

12 

3 

2 

8 

12 

P-84. 

73 

49 

17 

4 

10 

20 

20 

P-86 . 

57 

29 

10 

5 

3 

26 

13 

F-94. 

25 

12 

3 

2 

3 


10 

TRAINER. 

89 

63 

23 

9 

2 


19 

c-45. 

3 

TT 

s 

s 

3 


3 

t-6 . 

60 

49 

19 

1 

1 


15 

T-7 .. 

2 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

2 


T-ll. 

3 

1 

t _ 

2 

_ 



T-28. 

17 

9 

2 

3 

- 

9 

2 

HELICOPTER. 

7 

4 

1 


1 

2 

2 






— 



LIAISON. 

13 

9 

8 


1 

4 

2 




— 

— 




MISCELLANEOUS c / . . . 

4 

4 

2 



2 

2 








FOURTH QUARTER - TOTAL . 

549 

316 

100 

38 

48 

206 

172 


35 

ST 

31 

3 

3 

3ff 

3 T 

Non-Jet (Sub Total) . 

3 ? 

55 

i<j 

3 

3 

SJ 

3 

" £- 3 .' 77 TT". . . 

T 

3 

s 


3 

3 

3 


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MAJCE a/ 

PILOT 

SUPERVISORY 

MAINTENANCE 

AIRBASE Sc 

MATERIEL 

OTHER 

TYPE AND MODEL 

ACCIDENTS 

ERROR 

ERROR 


AIRWAYS 

FAILURE 

y 

FOURTH QUARTER - Cont'd. 
BOMBER - Continued 









25 

16 

5 

1 

3 

lk 

7 

B-29. 

4 


2 

2 

- 

2 

1 

B -36 . 

2 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

1 

B-50. 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

Jet (Sub Total) , 

8 - 1 * 5 : ■■■■.: . 

10 

7 

2 

~T 


2 

-5 

6 

5 

-i 

B-J*7. 

5 

1 

1 

2 

- 

3 

- 

CARGO. 

32 

19 

8 

4 

5 

8 

16 

—tn* 6. 

T 

1 

~r 

-2 

s 

"I 

1 

C-1*7/53 (C-U7) . . 

11 

9 

4 

1 

3 

T_ 

8 

c- 5 1 *. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

C-82. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-97. 

1 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

- 

C-119 . 

7 

2 

2 

1 

- 

1 

4 

C-124 . 

6 

3 

1 

- 

- 

4 

- 

FIGHTER - TOTAL. . . . 

339 

168 

50 

19 

35 

124 

109 


TF 

■~ST 


T 


TS 

""S' 

n 

T 



- 


1 

s 

F -51 . 

30 

19 


1 


13 

4 

Jet (Sub Total) . 

305 

165 


18 


110 

103 

y-w:. . . . . . . 


"52 


“T 


T7 

11 

T -33 . 


5 1 * 


4 


21 

35 

F-84. 


33 


1 


30 

24 

r-8 6 . 


4l 

12 

9 


38 

24 

F-94. 


15 

6 

3 

■S>! 

4 

9 

TRAINER.. 


68 

24 

9 

3 

38 

24 

“T-4?. 


SKI 

T 

T 


T 

T 

t-6 .. 


lira 

13 

5 

2 

9 

14 

T-7. 


failf 

1 

- 

1 

2 

1 

T-ll. 



1 

_ 


1 

1 

T-28. 

28 

9 

5 

3 


19 

4 

HELICOPTER . 

10 

_6 

_4 


J. 

_4 

_3 

LIAISON. 


_5 

2_ 



_1 

_4 

MISCELLANEOUS c/ . . . 

1* 

3 

1 

1 


3 

2 









&J Total Cause Factors may exceed total accidents since many accidents have multiple causes. 
b j Other crew member error, other personnel, miscellaneous unsafe conditions, and undetermined. 
cj All Other types. 

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(includes Air Force Reserve and Civil Air Patrol) 


TYPE 

MAJOR 



> 

0 

> 

B5 

ED FACT 

OHS a/ 










AND 1 


FIRE 

FIRE 


NON- 




MODEL 

ACCIDENTS 

BEFORE 

after 

WEATHER 

CCMPLIARCE 

VIOLATIONS 

FORCED 

OUT OF 


2/ 

ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT 


WITH T/O 


LANDING 

FUEL 

TOTAL FY 1953 . . . 

2,188 

178 

468 

282 

29 

208 

323 

75 

FIRST QUARTER - TOTAL . 

626 

71 

140 

73 

12 

53 

95 

10 

BCKBER. 

63 

10 

13 

6 

_ 

6 

_ 

_ 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). 
B-17. 

5? 

TO 

nr 

to 

IT 

TO 

E 


E 

— 


B-25. 

8 

2 

- 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

b-S6 . 

19 

4 

3 

1 

- 

2 

- 

- 

B-29. 

19 

7 

5 

4 

- 

2 

- 

- 

b -36. 

3 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

B-50. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jet (Sub Total). 

11 

4 

2 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

b-45. 

TO 

7 

T 

— T 

— T 

_ 


~ 

bJ<7. 

6 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

4l 

2 

6 

l4 

2 

5 

6 


C-46. 

TO 

_ 

I 

to 

“ 

T 

“ 

~ “ 

C-47/53 (C-117). . 

18 

2 

3 

7 

1 

1 

4 

- 

C-54. 

3 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

C-82. 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

C-97. 

4 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

- 

- 

C-U9. 

8 

- 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

_ 

C-124. 

3 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

* 


366 

51 

103 

34 

10 

25 

62 

8 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). 

IB 

“5 

“TO 

”6 

_ 

TO 

TO 

_ 

fr-sr. . 

17 

5 

TO 

T 


J 

TO 

— “ 

F-51. 

59 

3 

11 

5 

- 

5 

l4 

- 

Jet (Sub Total). 

290 

43 

88 

28 

10 


hk 

8 

f-Ho ... . . . . 

TOo 

"5 

16 

TO 

■7 


TO 

? 

T-33. 

55 

4 

22 

10 

3 


9 

2 

F-84. 

7** 

l4 

20 

3 



12 

_ 

P-86. 

42 

10 

16 

3 

3 


5 

3 

p-89. 

8 

2 

4 






r-94. 

51 

4 

10 

9 

1 


5 

1 

trainer . 

120 

_ 

16 

12 

. 

14 

17 

2 

C-45. 

“15 

“ 

to 

“5 


TO 

TO 

1 

T-6. 

85 

- 

7 

8 

_ 

11 

u 

- 

T-7. 

3 

- 

1 

2 

_ 

_ 

1 

- 

T-ll. 

8 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

T-28. 

11 

- 

5 

_ 

_ 

2 

3 

1 

T-35. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

HELICOPTER. 

15 


1 

4 


-_ 



LIAISON . 

^3 


1 

3 


3 



MISCELIAHEOUS b/. . . 

8 

— 


— 

-1 

— 

2 

— 

SECOND QUARTER - TOTAL. 

547 

38 

100 

07 

2 

66 

79 

20 

BOMBER. 

58 

6 

12 

11 

1 

10 

4 

3 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). 

B-17. 

50 

TO 

5 

T 

to 

to 

T 

TO 

Kf 

1 

B-25. 

8 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

1 



B-a6. 

25 

1 

5 

5 

1 

5 


3 

B-29. 

8 

1 

_ 

4 

- 

2 

2 


B-36. 

3 

1 

1 

_ 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

B-50. 

5 

1 

2 

1 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

Jet (Sub Total). 

8 

1 

3 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

B-55 . . . . . . 

5 

T 

7 

_ 

T 

“ 

~~z 

~ 

B-b7. 

3 

- 

* 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

58 

1 

11 

23 

_ 

12 

3 


c-46. 

TO 


_ 

TO 

~ 

TO 

T 

~ 

C-4T/53 (C-117). . 

23 

- 

3 


_ 

6 

1 

_ 

c-54. 

6 

_ 

2 



3 


_ 

C-&?. 

3 

_ 

_ 






C-97. 

1 

- 

- 


- 

1 

_ 

_ 

C-119. 

13 

1 

4 

5 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

C-122. 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

C-12U. 

4 


2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 


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TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

MAJOR 

ACCIDENTS 


I N V 0 L V 

ED FACT 

DUS a/ 



FIRE 

BEFORE 

ACCIDENT 

FIRE 

after 

AC Cl DEM 1 

WEATHER 

NON- 

COMPLIANCE 
WITH T/O 

VIOLATIONS 

FORCED 

LANDING 

OUT GCF 
FUEL 

SECOND QUARTER - Cont’d 
VloShliR.. 

311 

31 


34 

1 

25 

47 

14 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). 

T37 ... .... 

- 5 ? 

“E 

~5 

1 



— 

~B 

T 

~5 

-? 

*T 

F-51. 

57 

4 


2 

- 

5 

6 

1 

Jet (Sub Total). 

21*8 

26 


32 

1 

19 

39 

13 

F4J6 . . . . . . 


3 


“3 

- 

T 

s 

- 

T-33. 

37 

- 


7 

- 

1 

9 

4 

F-84. 

80 

7 

27 

9 

1 

9 

l4 

4 . 

f-86. 

52 

12 

14 

6 

- 

4 

9 

4 

F-94. 

3** 

3 

3 

7 

- 

1 

1 

1 

TRAINER . 

103 

_ 

3 


. 

18 

20 

3 

c -45. 

17 

“T 

t 

SEEKl 


“3 

3 

T 

t-6. 

65 

- 

2 

'*WW 

- 

10 

7 

2 

T-T. 

2 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

T-U. 

5 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

1 

- 

T-2S. 

13 

- 

. 

- 

- 

3 

8 

1 

T-29. 

1 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

* 


- 


8 

_ 


1 

_ 

1 

4 


BBI IB 

— 





— 

— 

— 

LIAISON . 

6 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 




—~ 

~ 


— 


— 

MISCELLANEOUS b/. . . 

3 

* 

_ 

1 

. 

_ 


_ 









THIRD QUARTER - TOTAL . 

1*66 

28 

95 

58 

4 

47 

61 

25 


' “ 



“ 




BOMBER. 

50 

4 

16 

8 

1 

7 

3 

1 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). 
B-17 ... 

5T 

I 

1? 

5 

i 

7 

3 

T 









- 

- 

.. •?••• . 

- 

- 

— 

- 

B-25. 

1* 

. 

_ 


. 

1 

2 

- 

e -26. 

21 

. 

5 


1 

4 


_ 

B-29. 

6 

3 

2 

■ 

- 

_ 

1 

- 

b-36. 

1* 

- 

4 


- 

1 

_ 

1 

B-50 . . 

5 

- 

2 


* 

1 

_ 

_ 

Jet (Sub Total). 

9 

1 

3 


—I 


—1 

_L 

B-45 . 

2 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


B-l*7 . 

7 

- 

3 

- 

•- 

- 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

23 

1 

5 

8 


6 

2 

1 

■' tf-l*6 . 

T 

“ 


5 


5 

_ 

T 

c A7/S3 (c-117). . 

9 

- 

1 

2 

- 

3 

2 

_ 

c-5**. 

2 

_ 

2 

2 

_ 


_ 

_ 

C-82 . 

2 


_ 

* 

. 

_ 

* 

_ 

c-119 . 

5 

- 

2 

2 

_ 

1 

- 

_ 

C-124. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FIGHTER . 

280 

21 

71 

30 

2 

19 

43 

18 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). 

35 


15 

T 

_ 

1 

IT 

"5 

■7*t: . .y. . . 

1 


~7 

T 

“ 


~ 

~ 

F-51. 

38 


8 

4 


3 

u 

2 

F-82. 

1 


_ 

_ 






238 

17 

61 

25 

2 

16 

32 

ii 

. 



~7 

“I 

5 

~ 

*7 

t 

T-33. 

1*5 

- 

8 

7 

_ 

5 

5 

6 

F-84. 

73 

8 

23 

8 

. 

4 


2 

f-86. 

57 

6 

15 

5 

_ 

5 


7 

F-9 1 *. 

25 

1 

8 

2 

- 

2 



TRAINER . 

89 

2 

5 

10 

1 

12 


3 

—53?. 

*7 

. 


S 

” 

T 



T-6. 

60 

1 

3 

8 

_ 

9 


3 

T-7. 

2 

- 



_ 




T-ll. 

3 

_ 

_ 


1 



_ 

T-28. 

17 

1 

2 


- 

2 

5 

- 

HELICOPTER. 

7 

_ 





2 

1 



— 

— 



— 

— 


LIAISON . 

13 

_ 

_ 


_ 

2 

2 

1 




— 



— 

— 


MISCELLANEOUS b/. . . 

4 

_ 

1 

1 


1 







— 





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TABLE 96 - SELECTED CONDITIONS AFFECTING USAF ANG MAJOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS - Continued 





INVOLVED FACT 

0 F S a/ 



TYPE 

MAJOR 







AND 


FIRE 

FIRE 


NON- 




MODEL 

ACCIDENTS 

BEFORE 

AFTER 

WEATHER 


VIOLATIONS 

FORCED 

OUT OF 


2/ 

ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT 


WITH T/0 


LANDING 

FUEL 

FOURTH QUARTER - TOTAL. 

22 

41 

2° 


11 



20 

BOMBER. 

2 

% 

1 

n 


2 





S 

3 

I 

~E 


T 


H 

-5 

B-26. 

25 

1 

3 


_ 



_ 

B-29. 

4 

1 

2 


1 



- 

B-36. 

2 

- 

- 


- 



* 

B-50. 

2 

- 

1 


- 



_ 

Jet (Sub Total). 

B-45 ... 


■ 

5 

f 

a 

1 


a 

-5 

B-U7. 



1 

* 

1 


H 

- 

CARGO . 



2 

9 


5 

3 

1 

C-46. 



” 

5 


T 

T 

“ 

c-47/53 {c-117). . 



1 

6 

- 

2 

2 

1 

c-54. 

1 


_ 

1 


_ 


_ 

C-02. 

1 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 


- 

C-97. 

1 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 


_ 

C-119. 

7 


- 

- 

_ 

1 


_ 

C-124. 

6 


1 

- 

- 

1 


- 

FIGHTER . 

339 

30 

106 

37 

6 

19 

53 

l4 

Non-Jet (Sub Total) . 

I? 

1 

~7 

*1 

. 




F-47. 

T 

_ 


5 


1 

Hal 

~ 

F-51. 

30 

1 

7 

1 

_ 

1 


_ 

Jet (Sub Total). 

305 

29 

99 

34 

6 

17 

48 

14 x 

F-BO TV . . . . . 

17 

5 


T 

5 

1 



T-33. 

83 

3 

20 


1 

5 


6 

F-84. 

70 

4 

27 


- 

5 


3 

F-56. 

90 

15 

32 


_ 

4 


5 

F-94. 

25 

2 

h 


3 

- 

a 


TRAINER. 

108 

2 

8 


2 

10 


4 

c^55 . 

T I 

_ 



T 



” 

t-6 . 

64 

2 

3 


1 

7 

8 

2 

T*7* . . . 

3 

- 

- 


* 


2 

1 

T-ll. 

2 






1 


T-2fl. 

20 

- 

5 


- 

3 

12 

1 

HELICOPTER. 

10 


1 

2 


_ 

_3 


LIAISON . 

I 


1 

mm 


1 

_- 


MISCELLANEOUS b/, . . 

4 

. 

1 


1 


1 

1 




II 






a/ None, one or more than one, factor may be Involved in any one aircraft accident. 
Sy All other types. 

SOURCE: D/Fllght Safety Research - The Inspector General 


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- USAF AND ANG MAJOR ACCIDENTS AND DOLLAR LOSS BY PRIMARY CAUSE FACTORS OF ACCIDENTS - FY 1953 


Since multi-plane accidentB are analyzed statistically as single accidents and are tabulated by responsible aircraft , the dollar losses shown may include losses in 
models other than the model listed in the line total. The line totals Indicate accident dollar loss for which each model was responsible. 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

total usaf/akg 

PILOT ERR® 

SUPERVISORY ERROR 

maintenance 

MATERIEL FAILURE 

AIRBASE 8c airways 

OTHER a/ 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

TOTAL FY 1953 . 

2,188 

» 245,656,671 

1,126 

$ 92,402,225 

57 

$ 15,177,310 

124 

$ 8,968,799 

595 

$ 79,247,480 

l4 

$ 1,117,239 

272 

$ 48,743,618 

FIRST QUARTER - TOTAL . . . 

626 

62,641,732 

323 

20,821,900 

10 

1,655,917 

42 

2,948,044 

180 

24,406,477 

3 

45,566 

68 

12,763,828 

BCMBER. 

63 

20,159,663 

25 

5,694,274 

_ 

_ 

6 

292,773 

27 

8,252,788 

1 

19,335 

4 

5,900,693 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

52 

13,963,491 

22 

5,566,966 

- 

- 

IT 


2? 


1 


1 

12,561 

B-17. 




539,259 

- 

- 

* 

_ 

_ 


T 

Had 

. 


B-25. 

8 

390,509 

3 

174,244 

. 

- 

1 

38,670 

3 

166,260 

1 

19,335 

_ 

. 

B-26. 

19 

1,239,^26 

5 

463,665 

- 

- 

3 

220,479 

10 

542,721 

_ 


1 

12,561 

B-29. 

19 

7,302,704 

10 

‘*,591,348 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

9 

2,711,356 

_ 

_ 

_ 


B-36. 


1,784,835 

1 

79,692 

- 

- 

* 

_ 

2 

4,705,143 

_ 

_ 

_ 


B-50. 


16,758 

1 

18,758 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 


_ 


_ 


Jet (Sub Total). 


6,176,372 

3 

127,308 

- 

- 

2 

33,624 

3 

127,308 

. 

_ 

3 

5,888,132 

B-45. 


84,060 

1 

16,1312 

- 

- 

2 

33,624 

r 

16,812 

_ 

_ 

T 

16,812 

B-47. 


6,092,312 

2 

110,496 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

110,496 

- 

- 

2 

5,871,320 

CARGO . 

41 

2,898,113 

21 

1,413,775 

1 

14,717 

4 

922,295 

7 

358,548 

_ 

_ 

8 

188,778 

C-46. 

T 

“369,061 


277,229 

- 

- 

- 

* 

r 

91,835 


_ 

- 


C-47/53 (C-117). . . . 

18 

758,249 

11 

540,826 

1 

14,717 

- 

_ 

4 

202,706 

_ 

_ 

2 


0 5*1. 

3 

146,997 

2 

97,996 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

48,999 

C-82. 

1 

370,252 

1 

370,252 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

_ 



_ 



C-97. 

l* 

87,528 

1 

21,832 

_ 

- 

1 

21,882 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 

43,764 

C-119. 

8 

1,077,727 

1 

46,722 

- 

- 

2 

870,980 

2 

64,010 

_ 

_ 

3 

96,015 

C-124. 

3 

88,299 

2 

58,866 

- 

- 

1 

29,433 

- 

- 

- 

- 



FIGHTER. 

366 

34,561,201 

169 

11,291,676 

8 

1,598,261 

21 

1,153,726 

119 

14,333,780 

_ 

_ 

49 

6,183,758 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 


2,801,739 

“35 


1 

57,982 

5 

mm Mini 

■35 

1,230,7**5 

- 

- 

T 

250,675 

F-47... . 

17 

71“,827 

T 

TBi 11 ini 

I 

TTBOS 

- 

. 

15 

— 5937727 

_ 

. 

2 

87,247 

F-51. 

59 

2,086,912 

28 

937,716 

1 


5 

148,574 

22 

787,018 

. 


3 

163,428 

Jet (Sub Total). 

290 


137 

10,177,913 

6 

1,540,279 

16 

1,005,152 

87 

13,103,035 

- 

- 

44 

5,933,083 

F-bO. 



15 

1,928,51** 

T 



■KRJUfVl 

19 


_ 

. 

T 

535,687 

T-33. 

55 

3,407,200 

28 

1,218,983 

- 

- 


57,990 

10 

693,749 

_ 


l4 

1,436,478 

F-64. 

7 1 * 

10,337,507 

26 

2,923,617 

1 

398,553 


421,002 

29 

4,001,402 

_ 

_ 

16 

2,592,933 

F-86. 

1*2 

6,202,460 

17 

1,843,652 

3 

915,167 


228,524 

16 

2,920,734 

_ 

_ 

3 

294,383 

F-09. 

8 


2 

35,424 

- 

- 


_ 

5 

3,469,505 

_ 

_ 

l 


F-9**. 

51 

4,067,029 

31 

2,229,723 

1 

208,107 


57,171 

8 

517,426 

- 

* 

5 

1,074,602 

TRAINER. 

120 

3,108,802 

93 

2,216,916 

1 

42,939 


196,752 

16 

385,596 

_ 

_ 

6 

266,599 

c-**5. 


377,666 


191,905 

- 

- 

1 

97,167 

3 


_ 

_ 

_ 


t-6. 

85 

1,058,389 

71 

817,982 

1 

42,939 

2 

29,439 

7 

92,880 

_ 

_ 

4 

75,149 

T-7. 

3 

216,634 

2 

143,716 

- 

- 


* 



_ 

- 

1 

72,918 

T-ll. 

8 

294,704 

k 

152,732 

- 

- 


70,146 

3 

71,826 

_ 

_ 

_ 


t-28. 

11 

1,158,472 

8 

910,581 

- 

- 


- 

2 

129,359 



1 

118,532 

T-35. 

1 

2,937 

- 

- 

- 

“ 


- 

1 

2,937 

- 

- 

- 


HELICOPTER . 

15 

939,016 

6 

70,916 

_ 

_ 

3 

305,502 

4 

317,050 

1 

11,548 

1 

224,000 

LIAISON . 

u 

181,431 

7 

69,269 

- 

- 

2 

44,459 

3 

T37325 

1 

T7768T 

- 

_ 



BS3.306 


65,074 

— 

— 

2 

32,537 

17 

705,695 

— 

— 

— 

— 


o 

u> 


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TABLE 97 - USAF AND ANG MAJOR ACCIDENTS AND DOLLAR LOSS BY PRIMARY CAUSE FACTORS OF ACCIDENTS - FY 1953 - CourrNu.o 


TYPE 

TOTAL OSAF/AIB 

PILOT ERRCR 

SUPERVISCRY ERROR 

MAINTENANCE 

MATERIEL FAILURE 

AIRBASE & AIRWAYS 

OTHER a/ 

MODEL 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Lobs 

SECOND QUARTER - TOTAL. . . 



282 

$ 22,276,102 

19 

♦ 2,106,926 


* 1,112,223 

166 

* 14,696,558 

8 

$ 953,985 

62 

$ 11,254,710 

BOMBER. 

,?8 

13.827,265 

18 

1,903,532 

4 

624,956 

5 

90,221 

15,022 

17 

6,318,195 

1 

191,916 

13 

4,696,667 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

50 


17 

MW 1 H i 

IT 

624,954 

7 

u 

3,156l024 

I 

191,916 

15 

2,662,927 

B-17. 

T 

15,022 


- 

- 

• 

T 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

B-£5. 

8 

237,991 


38,670 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

3 

176,576 

- 

_ 

2 

22,765 

B-26. 

25 

1,939,267 


481,137 

4 

626,954 

3 

37,683 

3 

222,975 

1 

191,916 

5 

430,582 

B-29. 

8 

2,079,636 


120,656 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

1,295,195 

159,386 

- 

_ 

1 

663,585 

B-36. 

3 

239,076 


- 

- 

- 


- 

2 

- 

- 

1 

79,692 

B-50. 

5 

3,793,556 


1,207,821 

- 

- 


37,516 

2 

1,301,896 

- 

- 

1 

1,266,323 

Jet (Sub Total). 

8 

5,672,939 


55,248 

- 

- 

pplls 

- 

4 

3,162,171 

- 

- 

3 

2,255,520 

B-45 . . .. 

? 

5,300,779 


- 

- 

. 


- 

1 


- 

T 

? 

2,193,856 

B-U?. 

3 

172,160 


55,248 

- 

- 

H 

- 

1 

55,248 


- 

1 

61,666 

CARGO . 

56 

T 

8,933,509 

34 

6,585,161 

2 

29,634 

3 

56,646 

9 

689,253 

2 

471,867 

a 

1,101,128 

c"3<-6. 

1,037,150 

3 

506, SIC 

- 

- 

. 

- 

T 

11,961 


- 

I 

' 518,575 

c —1*7/53 (C.117). . . . 

23 

957,013 

17 

879,966 

2 

29,436 

2 

16,449 

2 

31,166 


_ 

_ 

_ 

C-54 . . .1. 

6 

861,666 

4 

661,800 


. 


_ 

_ 



439,666 

1 

_ 

c-82. 

3 

120,591 

- 

- 


- 

1 

40,197 

1 

40,197 


_ 

1 

40,197 

c-97. 

1 

26,656 

1 

26,656 


_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 


C-119. 

13 

2,606,263 

5 

1,455,958 


- 

- 

- 

5 

605,929 


- 

3 

562,356 

C-122. ‘. 

1 


- 

- 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



32,223 

* 

_ 

C-12U. 

4 

3,276,389 

4 

3,276,389 


- 

- 

- 

- 


M 


- 

- 

FIGHTER . 

311 

27,560,276 

150 

12,401,696 

8 

1,366,954 

17 

893,781 

1757577 

96 

7,274,618 

5 

290,202 

35 


Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

2,02b,36H 


862,903 

T 

15,15a 

”5 

54" 


- 

- 

”9 

299,963 

F-47... . . 


369,318 

3 

176,437 

- 

- 

T 

86,897 

T 

4,877 

- 

_ 

T 

'85,167 

F-51. 

57 

1,677,030 

25 

688,466 

11.538,793 

1 

15,152 

4 

66,180 

23 

696,396 

- 

_ 

4 

216,836 

Jet (Sub Total). 

248 

25,533,926 


7 

1,349,802 

12 

744,706 

72 

6,575,365 

5 

290,202 

30 

5,035,082 

F-80. 


■ II II 1 

26 

■ TTTTT'"I 

- 

- 

2 

136,111 

IT 


- 

- 

s 


T-33. 

37 

3,238,169 

23 

1,986,222 

2 

156,229 

_ 

- 

6 

568,009 

- 

- 

6 

551,709 

F-84. 


9,978,592 

32 

■3,293,315 

2,650,519 

3 

493,391 

5 

307,822 

23 

2,832,686 

1 

26,330 

16 

3,027,050 

793,316 

F-66. 


6,526,607 

20 

2 

702,182 

4 

105,036 

22 

2,273,556 

- 

_ 

6 

F-94 . . '. 


3,263,062 

23 

2,268,489 

- 


1 

201,737 

4 

97,120 

4 

265,872 

2 

409,866 

TRAINER . 


1,797,926 

70 

1,169,475 

4 

80,662 

6 

68,503 

18 

359,196 

- 

_ 

5 

120,110 

T3T. 


650,853 

iff 

250; 653 

- 

_ 

- 

* 


ISS753F 

- 

_ 

T 

17,017 

t-6. 

65 

796,376 

52 

657,985 

4 

80,612 

2 

9,436 


18,872 

- 

_ 

3 

29,439 

T-7. 

2 

67,650 

1 

13,796 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

73,656 

T-ll. 

5 

295,000 

3 

200,912 

- 

- 

1 

23,962 


70,146 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

T-28. 

13 

168,867 

4 

46,129 

- 

- 

2 

35,125 

■a 

87,593 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T-29. 

1 




- 

- 

1 

- 

SI 


- 


- 

- 

HELICOPTER. 

8 

178,666 


126,180 

1 

6,962 

_ 

_ 

3 

45,362 

"925F 

• 

_ 

_ 

_ 

LIAISON .. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

5 

? 

”377595 

85,074 



— 

— 

”T 

3 , 07 ? 

t 

— 


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TABLE 97 - USAF AND ANG MAJOR ACCIDENTS AND DOLLAR LOSS BY PRIMARY CAUSE FACTORS OF ACCIDENTS— FY [953 - Contisuid 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

total usaf/ang 

PILOT ERROR 

SUPERVISORY ERROR 

MAINTENANCE 

MATERIEL FAILURE 

AIRBASE & AIRWAYS 

OTHER aj 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 


Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

THIRD QUARTER - TOTAL . - . 

466 

$ 72,389,388 

254 

$ 25,678,935 

17 

$ 10)236,625 

24 

$ 2,171,569 

107 

$ 20,471,686 

1 

$ 52,942 

63 • 

* 13,757,631 

BCMBER. 

50 

34,520,428 

14 

6,529,344 

2 

9,077,418 

3 

702,650 

16 

11,333,70s 


_ 

15 

6,877,307 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

5T 

28,925,281 

15 

4,061,369 

2 


2 

644,986 

u 

’H) 196) 64$ 

- 

- 

IE 

6,545,559 

B IT. 

T 

15,022 

- 

- 


- 


- 

~T 

15,022 

- 

- 

- 

- 

B-25. 

4 

314,482 

1 

22,745 


- 


- 

2 

157,241 

- 

- 

1 

134,496 

B-26. 

21 

1,763,826 

. 6 

303,540 


- 


13,809 

4 

55,236 


- 

10 

1,391,241 

B-29. 

6 

3,405,544 

- 

- 


- 


627,177 

4 

1,980,52; 

- 

- 

1 

797,844 

B-36. 

4 

18,426,242 

- 

- 

2 

9,077,118 


- 

1 

4,842,304 

- 

- 

1 

4,506,520 

B-50. 

5 

5,000,165 

3 

3,735,064 

- 

- 


- 

1 

1,216,32; 

- 

- 

1 

18,758 

Jet (Sub Total). 

9 

5,595,147 

4 

2,467,975 

- 

- 


61,664 

3 

3,037,06c 

- 

- 

1 

28,448 

B-45 .. 

2 

$6,5^6 

I 

• 25,44b 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T 

25,U4» 

B-47. 

7 

5,536,251 

3 

2,439,527 

- 

- 


61,664 

3. 

3,037,06c 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

23 

3,972,015 

15 

2,184,203 

_ 

- 

2 

475,453 

5 

1,295,91C 

_ 

- 

1 

16,449 

c3+6 .. 

T 


T 

287,02H 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

c-47/53 (c-117). . . . 

9 

327,365 

7 

294,467 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

16,44c 

- 

- 

1 

16,449 

c-54. 

2 

763,608 

2 

763,608 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

C-82. 

2 

410,449 

1 

370,252 

_ 

- 

1 

40,197 

435,256 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-119. 

5 


1 

468,840 

_ 

- 

1 

3 

1,255,384 

- 

- 

- 

* 

C-124. 

1 

24,077 

- 

- 

- 

" 

- 


1 

24,077 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FIGHTER . 

280 

30,161,168 

156 

14,607,332 

8 

1,111,888 

14 

691,763 

64 

7,127,131 

1 

52,942 

37 

6,569,809 

Tfon-Tet (Sub Total). . . 


■UE3-JE-3 

“3 

1,026,543 

- 

- - 

"T 

16,938 

HT 

370,2AU 

r 

52,912 

3 

192,315 

F-47... . . . . . , 

3 

174,671 

T 

W,697 

_ 

- 


- 

3 

'1,877 

- 

- 

I 

81,7597 

F-51. 

38 

1,467,750 

22 

941,646 

_ 

- 

HP1 

16,938 

12 

348,806 

1 

52,912 

2 

107,418 

F-02.. 

1 

16,561 

- 

- 

- 

- 

■ 

- 

1 

16,561 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

Jet (Sub Total). 

238 

28,502,186 

133 

13,580,789 

8 

1,111,888 

13 

674,825 

50 

6,757,19C 

- 

- 

31 

6,377,494 

F-50.. 

IB 

m 11 mm 

24 


- 

- 

3 

200,501 

■5 


- 

- 

3 


F-84. 

73 

12,285,472 

41 

6,042,733 

4 

988,846 

3 


15 

2,757,771 

67,848 

- 

- 

10 

2,207,449 

T-33. 

45 

2,763,366 

34 

2,118,503 

2 

45,232 

2 

15,232 

3 

- 

- 

4 

486,551 

f-06. 

57 

7,334,049 

24 

3,033,486 

1 

27,159 

3 

82,377 

19 

2,223,394 

- 

- 

10 

2,017,333 

F-9U. 

25 

4,004,088 

10 

1,336,205 

1 

50,351 

2 

52,042 

5 

1,179,697 

- 

“ 

7 

1,385,793 

TRAINER . 

89 

2,366,058 

56 

1,197,910 

4 

24,365 

5 

301,703 

16 

607,679 


- 

8 

234,401 


3 

lbtJ,B53 

3 


_ 

- 

I 

17,017 

3 


- 

- 

- 

- 


60 

847,578 

45 

546,983 

4 

24,365 

_ 

- 

4 

54,946 

_ 

- 

7 

221,284 


2 

86,714 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

86,714 

- 

- 

- 

- 


3 

71,826 

1 

23,912 

- 

- 

2 

47,884 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


17 

1,191,087 

7 


" 


2 

236,802 

7 

414,968 

- 

- 

1 

13,117 

HELICOPTER.. 

7 

234,918 

3 

118,270 

1 


_ 

_ 

2 

' 80,728 

_ 

*- 

1 

17,960 

LIAISON . 

3 

156)093 

7 

53 , 165 
950,705 


- 

- 

5 

£6,226 

- 

- 

T 

41,705 



958,708 

3 

— 

— 

— 

— 

T 

— 

— 

— 

— 

— 



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CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 97 


USAF AND ANG MAJOR ACCIDENTS AND DOLLAR LOSS BY PR I MARY CAUSE FACTORS OF ACC] DENTS - FY 1953 


Continued 


-J 

ru 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

TOTAL USAF/AIK 

PILOT ERR® 

SUPERVISORY ERR® 

MAINTENANCE 

MATERIEL FAILURE 

AIRBASE s, airways' 

OTHER a/- 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Loas 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Lose 

Number 

Dollar Loss 

Number 

Dollar Losb 

FOURTH QUARTER - TOTAL. . . 

549 

$ 58,245,1*7 

267 

$ 23,625,288 

11 

$ 1,177,842 

26 

$ 2,736,963 

164 

$ 19,672,759 

2 

$ 64,746 

79 

* 10,967,449 

BOMBER. 

49 

F 

5,426,920 

20 

2,087,666 

2 

261,372 

2 

257,021 

21 

2,690,471 



4 

130,390 

Non-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

39 

5,016,749 

T9 

2,030,396 

7 

261,372 

T 

195,35V 

13 

2,391,234 

- 


1* 

130,390 

B-25 ... • 

6 

362,717 


179,986 

T 

45,490 

- 

- 

"T 

134,496 

- 

- 

X 

22,71*5 

B-26. 

25 

1,356,39“* 

13 

564,575 

1 

215,882 

1 

195,357 

8 

352,627 

- 

- 

2 

27,953 

B-29. 

1* 

1,921,012 

3 

1,293,835 

- 


1 

- 

1 

627,177 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3-36. 

2 

192,808 

- 


. 

- 

_ 

- 

1 

113,116 

- 

- 

1 

79,692 

B-50. 

2 

1,163,818 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

f* 2 

1,163,818 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Jet (Sub Total). . . » , 

10 

410,171 

1 

49,270 

- 

- 

1 

61,664 

8 

299,237 

- 

- 

- 

- 

' D-45. 

“5 

T5T,E27 


- 


“1 

_ 

- 

“5 

151,427 

_ 

~~z 


~~z 

B-47. 

5 

258,744 

1 

49,270 

- 

- 

1 

6i,664 

3 

147,810 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CARGO . 

32 

4,884,952 

17 

2,012,530 

1 

24,638 

3 

288,483 

6 

1,970,060 

_ 

_ 

5 

589,241 

c146. 

“5 

296,604 


32,759 

- 

- 

7 

2b3,845 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

c-47/53 (c-117). . . . 

11 

324,556 

8 

195,211 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

129,347 

C-54. 

1 

386,258 

1 

386,258 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-82. 

1 

40,197 

1 

40,197 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-97. 

1 

24,456 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

24,456 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-119. 

7 

583,084 

2 

49,276 

1 

24,638 

1 

24,638 

1 

24,638 

- 

- 

2 

459,894 

C-12U . 

6 

3,229,795 

2 

1,308,829 

- 


- 


4 

1,920,966 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FIGHTER . 

339 

42,084,025 

160 

16,784,780 

6 

747,840 

13 

1,626,395 

102 

13,367,284 

2 

64,746 

56 

9,492,980 

lion-Jet (Sub Total). . . 

~¥ 

1,3U,143 

“2? 

b4ti,941 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“15 

3577350 

- 

- 

“Z 

104,652 

F -A 7 ... . . . . . . 


177,995 

T 

177,995 

- 

- 

-■ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-51. 

30 

1,133,148 

18 

670,946 

- 

- 

- 

- 

10 

357,550 

- 

- 

2 

104,652 

Jet (Sub Total). 

305 

40,772,882 

138 

15,935,839 

6 

747,840 

13 

1,626,395 

92 

13,009,734 

2 

64,746 

54 

9,388,328 

F-tiO. 

“57 

2,523,205 

. 17 

857,542 

- 

- 

"i 

15,623 

15 

1,207,251 

- 

- 

“IT 

”1797755 

T-33. 

SS3 

6,341,648 

1 48 

2,838,334 

3 

296,542 

1 

137,017 

12 

732,046 

- 

- 

19 

2,337,709 

F-eu. 

70 

12,231,856 

27 

5,849,101 

1 

48,660 

1 

240,673 

28 

3,519,099 

1 

30,778 

12 

2,543,545 

F-86. 

90 

15,633,173 

33 

4,435,949 

- 

- 

8 

1,170,038 

33 

7,202,412 

1 

33,968 

15 

2,790,806 

P-94. 

25 

4,043,000 

13 

1,954,913 

2 

402,638 

2 

60,044 

4 

288,926 

- 

- 

14 

1,336,479 

TRAINER. 

106 

3,366,476 

r 57 

1,455.486 

2 

143,992 

7 

143,290 

30 

883,623 

- 

- 

12 

740,065 

c35. 

u 

258,279 

3 

120,793 

- 

- 

I 

17,017 

T 

67,500 

- 

- 

“T 

52,969 

t-6. 

64 

1,204,320 

Li* 

620,602 

1 

25,591 

k 

100,039 

8 

192,837 

- 

- 

7 

265,251 

T-7. 

3 

160,428 

2 

90,245 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

1 

70,183 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T-ll. 

2 

177,522 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

89,037 

- 

- 

1 

88,485 

T-28. 

28 

1,565,927 

6 

623,846 

1 

118,401 

2 

26,234 

16 

464,066 

- 

- 

3 

333,380 

HELICOPTER. 

10 

578,198 

6 

278.188 

_ 

- 

_ 

- 

4 

300,010 

- 

- 

- 


LIAISON .. 

“7 

98,769 

5 

54,016 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

T 

14,751 

MISCELLANEOUS . 

IT 

1,8657707 

2 

922,622 

“ 


“T 

421,777 

T 

461,311 


“ 

7 

- 












1 _ 





a j Other crew member error, Other personnel, miscellaneous unsafe conditions, and undetermined. 
SOURCE: D/Flight Safety Research - The Inspector General 


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TABLE 98 — FLYING HOURS, NUMBER AND RATES OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS, FATAL ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES 

I 921 THROUGH 1953 


(Rates computed on the basis of 100,000 Flying Hours) 


Y 

E 

A 

R 

FLYING HOURS 

MAJOR ACCIDENTS 

_ 

FATAL ACCIDENTS 

FATALITIES 

Number 

Rate 

Number 

Rate 

Number 

Rate 

Fiscal Years: 

WORLD WIDE USAF 

1921. 

77,351 

361 

467 

45 

58 

73 

94 

1922 . 

65,214 

330 

506 

2b 

37 

w* 

68 

1923. 

65,750 

283 

430 

33 

50 

58 

88 

1921*. 

97,834 

275 

281 

23 

2b 

34 

35 

1925 . 

150,319 

311 

207 

30 

20 

40 

27 

1926 . 

158,1*02 

334 

211 

27 

17 

43 

27 

1927 . 

140,906 

227 

l6l 

28 

20 

43 

31 

1928. 

182,903 

21*9 

136 

25 

lb 

27 

15 

1929 . 

263,381 

390 

148 

43 

16 

62 

2b 

1930. 

325,223 

t*68 

141* 

37 

n 

52 

16 

1931. 

396,961 

456 

115 

21 

5 

26 

7 

1932 . 

371,254 

423 

lib 

32 

9 

49 

13 

1933. 

432,966 

442 

102 

28 

7 

46 

11 

1934. 

374,235 

1*12 

no 

35 

9 

54 

lb 

1935 . 

449,583 

453 

101 

33 

7 

47 

11 

7936 . 

518,749 

430 

83 

b2 

8 

59 

11 

1937 . 

520,493 

358 

69 

27 

5 

48 

9 

1938 . 

598,907 

375 

63 

38 

6 

62 

10 

1939 . 

729,225 

389 

53 

32 

b 

52 

7 

1940. 

937,922 

478 

51 

1*6 

5 

90 

10 

1941 . 

2,388,046 

1515 

63 

143 

_ 

6 

252 

11 


CONTINENTAL USAF a/ 

Calendar Years: 








19U2. 

14,246,366 

L0090 

71 

1116 

8 

2384 

17 

1943 . 

32,064,789 

20389 

61* 

2261* 

7 

5603 

17 

1944. 

35,503,205 

16128 

45 

1936 

5 

4973 

14 

1945 . 

15,052,224 

6661 

w* 

804 

5 

2174 

lb 


WORLD WIDE USAF 

1946 . 

3,624,792 

2194 

61 

274 

8 

879 

2b 

1947 5/. . . . 

3,516,141 

1555 

44 

205 

6 

584 

17 

1948 . 

4,437,509 

1783 

bO 

243 

5 

619 

lb 

1949 . 

4,699,897 

1731 

37 

245 

5 

577 

12 

1950 . 

4,780,949 

1744 

36 

267 

6 

781 

16 

1951 . 

6,660,848 

2184 

33 

370 

6 

1015 

15 

1952 . 

7,972,482 

2274 

29 

399 

5 

1214 

15 

1953 . 

8,498,019 

2075 

2b 

433 

5 

949 

n 


a/ Overseas AcciderTts vere not reported during war years. 

b/ Accident data for the Air National Guard are included since 19^7» This tabulation may, therefore, not necessarl- 
” ly agree with data published in prior years which excluded the ANG. 

SOURCE: D/Fllght Safety Research - The Inspector General. 


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GROUND SAFETY 


Ground Accident statistics were approved and directed by Air Force Regulation 32-1, dated 24 August 1948. (See 
Paragraph 4a(6).) In establishing the reporting system,standardized cost factors and definitions have been approved. 
The present standard accidents costs for injuries and fatalities were estalbished by Air Force Regulation 32-2,dated 
2k June 1953. 


FISCAL YEAR 1953 


Injury 

Military 

Civilian 

N cm-Disabling. 

* 7-00 

* 7-00 

Temporary Total. 

30.00/Day 

14.00/Day 

Permanent Partial . . . 

43.000.00 

10,500.00 

Permanent Total... 

63,500.00 

70,000.00 

Fatal. 1 

31,500.00 

25,000.00 


Quarterly estimates can be mde by dividing the total by 4,as the quarterly experience was approximately equal. 
Frequency rates were computed to the following formulas: 

a. Civilian Injury Rate = Number of Civilian disabling and fatal injuries x 1,000,000 

Total hours of civilian employment 

b. Military Injury Rate (On Duty) - Number of Military disabling and fatal injuries "On Duty" x 100,000 

Total MilitaryMan-days of exposure x 1/3 

c. Military Injury Rate (Off Duty) - Number of Military disabling and fatal injuries “Off iXity" x 100,000 

Total MilitaryMan-days of exposure x 2/3 

d. UBAF Motor Vehicle Accident Rate - Number of U3AF Motor Vehicle Accidents x 100,000 

Total USAF Motor Vehicle Mileage 

Cost Per Capita was ccmputed by the following formula per month or per annum: 

Cost of Injuries » Cost of Fatalities » Coat of Property Damage 
Total Command Strength “(Average Military and Average Civilian) 

The strength figures employed were based on exposure (nan-days for military and nan-hours for civil tans) as re¬ 
ported by the Major Air Ccmmnds. 

The "USAF Statistical Digest" reports accidents and accident rates on a fiscal year basis. The following reduc¬ 
tions and increase were noted for fiscal year 1953 over fiscal year 1952: 

Military Accident rates - Continental US - 8.74 per cent increase 

Military Accident rates - Overseas - l4.6l per cent decrease 

Civilian Accident rates - Continental US - 24.46 per cent decrease 

Civilian Accident rates - Overseas - 3.38 per cent decrease 

The following definitions were used in developing the tables in this section of the book: 

DISABLING INJURY - An injury which results in death, permanent total, permnent partial Injury, or an injury, which 
in the opinion of competent medical authority makes it Impossible for the Injured to return to work or duty at any 
time during the next calendar day following date of injury. 

TORT CIAIM - Any wrong, injury, or damage, not including a breach of contract, for which a civil suit can be brought. 

USAF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCD?EHT - An incident involving the operation of an Air Force net or vehicle which results In 
either disabling or non-disabling injury to Air Force personnel and/or non-USAF persons and/or damage aggregating 
*25-00 or more to Air Force motor vehicles, or to other vehicles or property without regard to ownership. 

USAF raOPERTI DAMAGE ACCIDENT - An incident resulting from Air Force Ground operation wherein Air Force property is 
accidently damaged in amount of $ 25*00 or more. 








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TABLE 99 - USAF MILITARY PERSONNEL INJURIES, WORLDWIDE - FY 1953 


Nomenclature 

Worldwide 

Continental US 

Overseas 

Average Strength . 

974,683 

722,560 

252,123 

Man Days Exposure. 

355,759,240 

263,73^,309 

92,024,931 

Injuries * Total . 

110,911 

76,684 


Non-Disabling - Total. 

qQ,556 

61,928 

28,628 

Disabling - Total. 

On Duty... 

12/.3Qp 

6,394 

13.875 

4,076 

2^15 

Off Duty. 

12,906 

9,799 

3,107 

Permanent Impairment - Total. 

& 

42 

18 

On Duty. 

20 

7 

13 

Off Duty . 

47 

42 

5 

Fatalities - Total . 

On I>ity. 

988 

153 

832 

92 

156 

"ST 

Off Duty . 

835 

740 

95 

Man Days Lost - Total. 

333,631 

247^566 

86,065 

On Duty. 

66,152 

54,820 

33,332 

Off Duty . 

245,479 

192,746 

52,733 

Injury Rate. 

5-72 

5.60 

6.08 


Source: Assistant for Ground Safety, DCS/Personnel, Hq. USAF. 


TABLE 100 - USAF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL INJURIES, WORLDWIDE - FY 1953 


N csuenc la tur e 

Worldwide 

Continental US 

Overseas 

Average Strength. 

321,917 

263,214 

58,703 

Man Hours Exposure . 

656,710,449 

536,956,062 

119,754,387 

Injuries - Total. 

122,456 

114,242 

8,214 

Non-Disabling. 

119,283 

in, 787 

7,496 

Disabling. 

3,079 

2,380 

699 

Permanent Impairment . 

73 

6l 

12 

Fatal. 

21 

14 

7 

Man Days Lost. 

37,580 

28,090 

9,490 

Injury Rate... 

4.83 

4.57 

6.00 


Source: Assistant for Ground Safety, DC3/ Personnel, Hq. USAF. 



















































176 


TABLE 101 - SUMMARY AND COST ANALYSIS OF USAF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, WORLDWIDE - FY 1953 


Nomenclature 

Worldwide 

Continental US 

Overseas 

Total Accidents . 

6,821* 

l*,0il* 

2,810 

Miles Operated- . 

523,21*9,81*6 

276,OH*, 392 

21*7,235,451* 

Accident Rate . 

1-30 

1.1*5 

1.14 

Personnel Injuries - Total. . 

hUl 

126 

M 

Non-Disabling.. 

654 

326 

326 

Disabling. 

860 

380 

480 

Permanent Impairment. 

k 

3 

1 

Fatal . 

5 1 * 

25 

29 

Cost of Injuries - Total . 

* 2,300,829 

I 1,01*8,020 

$ 1,252,809 

Cost of Vehicle Damaged in Vehicle 




Accidents - Total . 

* 932,21*5 

$ 508,826 

$ 423,419 

Cost of Aircraft Damaged by Vehicle 
Accidents - Total . 

$ 397,857 

— 

* 241,293 

Cost of Other AF Property Damaged 

By Vehicle Accidents - Total . 

$ 162,760 

i 68.828 

1 93*932 

Days Vehicles Out of Service - Total. . 

1*2,209 

23,269 

18,940 

Days Aircraft Out Of Service - Total. , 

1,1*77 

97 1 * 

499 


Source: Assistant for Ground Safety , DCS/Personnel, Hq. USAF. 
































I 77 


TABLE 102 - COST ANALYSIS OF USAF GROUND ACCIDENTS, WORLDWIDE - FY 1953 


Cost and Strength 

WORLDWIDE 

CONTINENTAL US 

OVERSEAS 

Cost Per Capita Per Annum. 

$ 40.16 

$ 41.07 

$ 37.25 

Military Cost Per Capita Per Annum . . . 

$ 46.18 

$ 50.49 

* 33-84 

Civilian Cost Per Capita Per Annum . . . 

* 7-86 

$ 8,23 

$ 6.21 

Accident Cost - Total a/. 

» 52.066.021 

$ 40,487,700 

$ 11,578,321 

Cost of Military Injuries - Total. . . . 

45.014,822 

.36,482,976 

8,531,846 

Non-Disabling - Total.. 

633,892 

>*33,496 

200,396 

Disabling - Total. 

On Duty. 

Off Duty . 

10.008,933 

7,3*.370 

7,426,980 

I,ft4,6bb 

5,782,380 

2,581,950 

999,960 

1,581,990 

Permanent Impairment - Total . 

On Duty. 

Off Duty . 



635.500 

600,000 

235.500 

Fatalities - Total . 



4,914,000 

On Duty. 

Off Duty . 



1,921,500 

2,992,500 

Coat Of Civilian Injuries - Total. . . . 

9/ 2,530,938 

2,166,269 

b/ 364,669 

Non-Disabling.. 

Disabling. 

Permanent Impairment . 

Fatalities . 

wm 

518,950 

717,299 

1459,700 

1 

52,472 

125,698 

76,799 

109,700 

Total Cost of Vehicles Eamged - 

by all Causes. 

957,985 

517,919 

440,066 

Total Cost of Aircraft Damge - 

by all Causes. 


1,005,138 

1,912,437 

Total Cost of Other Property Damage - 
by all Causes... 

i 6144,701 

* 315,398 

* 329,303 

Average Strength - Total . 

Military. 

Civilian . 

1,296,600 

974:683 

321,917 

965, V} 

722,560 

263,214 

310.826 

252,123 

58,703 


a f Excludes cost of tort claims. 

b/ Included In the Overseas Carnmnds are Injuries to Foreign National civilian employees. Cost yardsticks for this 
class of personnel are different than for American civilians. 


Source: Assistant for Ground Safety, DCS/Personne1, Hq USAF. 












































178 


TABLE 103 - USAF GROUND ACCIDENT COST ANALYSIS BY COST PER CAPITA 
CONTINENTAL US AND OVERSEAS - FY 1953 


Month 

COTfrihUiTAL US 

Total 

Air 

Defense 

Command 

Air 

Materiel 

Command 

Air 'Provipg 
Ground 
Camnand 

Air Research 
and Development 
Canmmid 

Air 

Training 

Command 

Air 

University 

July (1952) • • • • 

$ U .21* 

* 6.72 

* 1.67 

* 6.44 

* 5.09 

$ 5.13 

$ 4.01 

August. 

3-71 

6.44 

.62 

6.85 

2.65 

4.08 

•49 

September . 

2.95 

5.49 

2.34 

4.55 

2-95 

3-35 

•37 

October . 

3-2!* 

5.22 

1.68 

7.74 

1.27 

3-41 

1.41 

November. . . . 

3.43 

6.94 

2-15 

1-39 

3-70 

3-31 

5-32 

December. 

4-53 

6.31* 

.98 

.90 

2.74 

5-14 

■3« 

January (1953)- • ■ 

2.09 

2.11 

-85 

395 

3.16 

l.4l 

2.96 

February. 

2.36 

.81 

•70 

.82 

1.36 

2.84 

.26 

March . 

3-59 

2.33 

1.05 

3.58 

2.26 

1.99 

.61 

April . 

3-35 

5*02 

1.76 

•97 

1.50 

2.93 

2-35 

May. 

3-68 

3-42 

■79 

4.31 

2.66 

4-33 

3.69 

June. 

3.24 

3.02 

■93 

9.71 

1-93 

4.09 

2.48 


COimHEWAI, US (Continued) 



Cant inental 

Head- 

Military Air 

Strategic 

Tactical 

USAF 

Rise 


Air 

quarters 

Transport 

Air 

Air 

Security 

Organizations 


Command 

Command 

Service 

Command 

Command 

Service 

\l 

July <1952) .... 

$ 3-31 

t 2.00 

* 5-18 

t 3-03 

$ 4.91 

$ 3-48 

* 14.63 

August. ...... 

5.15 

• 31 

3-79 

4.88 

6.28 

• 37 

7-38 

September . 

3-97 

1.82 

3-59 

3-84 

4.47 

3-63 

•47 

October. 

2.06 

4.11 

4.57 

3.34 

3-90 

3-80 

10.74 

November. 

1.89 

1.89 

3-70 

3.28 

4.8l 

1.19 

3-57 

December. 

10.31 

.21 

2.74 

5-20 

7.88 

5.82 

6.83 

January (1953)- • ♦ 

2.04 

.47 

3.27 

3-74 

2.62 

5-79 

. 1*0 

February. . .. . . . 

5-37 

■ 30 

3-37 

3-76 

2.20 

2.39 

.60 

March . 

1.87 

1.69 

4.47 

4.47 

3.14 

2.79 

u/107.83 

April.. 

7.46 

2.92 

3-42 

4.06 

4.92 

•97 

3-78 

May. 

3-74 

3-81 

3-23 

4.55 

7.62 

2.02 

10.59 

June. 

4.62 

2-35 

3-01 

3-3 1 * 

4.62 

.41 

15*22 


OVERSEAS 




Alaskan 

Caribbean 

Far East 

Military 

Northeast 

US Air 


Total 

Air 

Air 

Air 

Air Transport 

Air 

Forces in 



ri~ 4 i]]TPipH 

Command 

Forces 

Service 

Command 

Europe 

July (1952) .... 

$ 4.70 

$ 2.06 

$ .40 

* 4.55 

* 4.34 

* 1.95 

* 6.06 

August. . 

3-21 

5.06 

• 3>t 

3-57 

3.34 

2.33 

2.12 

September . 

2.60 

.63 

■34 

2.82 

2.14 

.82 

3.08 

October . 

2-55 

1.88 

■30 

2.02 

2.43 

■56 

3-70 

November. 

2-33 

1.04 

14.49 

2.89 

1.61 

1.19 

2.13 

December. 

6.88 

8.91 

.14 

11.50 

1.64 

2.02 

4.00 

January (1953)- ■ • 

2.09 

2-96 

.05 

2.96 

•73 

.99 

1.64 

February. 

2.57 

.50 

.21 

2.15 

1.45 

1.13 

4.29 

March . 

2.63 

4.31 

.61 

1.74 

1.63 

•97 

4.03 

April . 

4.19 

4.47 

.12 

6.63 

1.00. 

.89 

3 -U 

May. 

1.90 

■79 

.09 

2.37 

1.62 

■49 

1-90 

June. 

1.97 

.62 

■33 

1-79 

1.25 

.42 

2.94 


«/ Includes Headquarters USAF, Air Force Finance Division, and Special Weapons Projects. 

b/ Includes 30 fatalities vbo vere passengers in a chartered canmerclal aircraft which crashed near DeCota, Calif. 
Source: Assistant for Ground Safety, DCS/ Personnel, Hq. USAF. 




















































































Aiicraft And Mateviel 


Pait V 


308700 O - 54 { Face p. 178) 


Aircraft and Materiel 












179 


¥ 


AIRCRAFT 


mater r el 


j The tables Included In this section provide summary data pertaining to the procurement, production, inventory, 
status, deployment and disposition of USAF aircraft, and similar information and other major Items of materiel in 
the USAF during the Fiscal Year 1953. 

In addition to information reflecting the status of aircraft procurement and production, the data contain the 
following information by type and model of aircraft: Total aircraft inventory, active and Inactive aircraft inven¬ 
tory, planned program, aircraft in and out of ccircnlsBlpn, aircraft in storage, aircraft excess to all military re¬ 
quirements, aircraft production gains and losses to the aircraft Inventory, and a summary of active and Inactive 
aircraft by functional distribution. 

The classification of aircraft herein is In accordance with AF Regulation 65 -60, dated 9 Hay 19^9, and changes 
A and B, Aeronautical Board Memorandum, dated 21 October 19^7, and the latest AF Technical Orders and other authori¬ 
zations. The type classification is generally based upon the basic type designator or the prefix preceding the 
basic type designator of each aircraft model. A prefix Is assigned an aircraft model when the aircraft is modified 
to perform a function (indicated by the prefix) other than its basically designated purpose. The classification 
into FIRST and SECOND'LINE categories is In accordance with HOI 150-9/ dated 14 August 1951 and as specified in 
Table VIII, AFL 150-10, dated 2 February 1953. 

PEFiNlTlQMS • The following definitions apply to the terms herein - 

AIRCRAFT : The term aircraft and all type, model and series designations including prefixes ore synonymous 
with the terminology of heavier-than-air aircraft as shown in AF. Regulation 65 - 60 , dated 9 May 19^9/ afl Mended, 
30 August 1950 and 7 December 1950. All aircraft which have been accepted by the USAF and USAF Reserve Forces and 
which are currently in the accountable inventory are Included, except Class 01Z aircraft which are shown separately. 

AIRPLANES : All aircraft except aerial target type aircraft. 

ACTIVE AIRCRAFT INVENTORY : The number of aircraft provided an organization in the -accomplishment of its mis¬ 
sion - aircraft undergoing maintenance, administrative aircraft, test aircraft (excluding those teat aircraft on 
bailment and X-preflxed models), aircraft provided for minimum Individual training, active project aircraft and en- 
route aircraft. 

INACTIVE AIRCRAFT INVENT CRY : Storage aircraft, flyable Inactive aircraft, aircraft undergoing modification, 
aircraft on loan,^bai lment contract (except those bailed for maintenance), X-prefixed aircraft, aircraft declared 
excess to requirements, aircraft recommended for reclamation, aircraft on project for assignment to a non-USAF ac¬ 
tivity, inactive project aircraft, and aircraft accepted by USAF but not delivered to recipient. 

FIRST and SECOND-LINE AIRCRAFT : The classification of aircraft into first and second-line categories is in ac¬ 
cordance with the provisions of HOI 150-9 dated lk August 1951/ and the first-line life specified in Table VIXI of 
AFL 150-10, dated 2 February 1953. 

ACCEPTANCE : Aircraft which have been shop-assembled and fully inspected by constituted LEAF or Navy production 
authorities; and the title, responsibility, and accountability assumed by the contracting agency or recipient. 

IN COMMISSION : In commission insane that an aircraft, without additional repair or maintenance, is safe and 
capable of normal flight operations. This does not necessarily Indicate that the aircraft is capable of performing 
a specific mission such as combat, photo, etc., but merely that the aircraft is flyable and that the Form 1 and the 
Form UlB do not bear a red cross. Weather, runway conditions, shortages of operation personnel, or other factors 
not relating to the aircraft itself will not cause an aircraft to be reported "out of commission". 

A 0 C P : "Aircraft Out of Commission Awaiting Parts" are those aircraft not flyable as indicated by a red 
cross on Form 1 and Form 4 LB, solely due to lack of parts. Aircraft will not be reported as awaiting parts unless 
the required parts have been requisitioned from the normal supply source at the station where the aircraft is lo¬ 
cated and notification has been received from the normal supply source that the parts are not available. This cate¬ 
gory does not include those aircraft awaiting parts required for the performance of modifications defined In AF Reg¬ 
ulation 65 - 60 . 

AIRFRAME WEIGHT : The weight of the assembled principal Structural components of an airplane. It includes hull 
or fuselage, wings,"stabilizers, vertical fins, control surfaces, landing gear, and nacelles. 

#***** + *#*«* 

PILOTLESS AIRCRAFT AND GUIDED AIRCRAFT ROCKETS : The table shows complete production data for the Fiscal Year 
1953- All contracts, including those that have been completed and those currently in production are reflected in 
this report. The data also include the quarterly cumulative total on contract and the quarterly cumulative deliv¬ 
eries. The data were obtained from the latest procurement schedule - Air Materiel Command. The target drones shown 
in this report are used for training purposes only. 

USAF AMMUNITION : A semi-annual worldwide inventory of selected USAF ammunition in possession of USAF bases and 
depots during Fiscal Year 1953- The table is shown by area and also includes reserve stockages of the Air Force in 
zone of interior depots under control of Department of Defense activities other than Air Force. The data presented 
herein is based upon reports prepared and submitted to Headquarters USAF by each major air command. 



180 


\ 


CON F f DENT I AL 


N 


TABLE 104*- U.S. MILITARY AIRPLANE PRODUCTION BY RECIPIENT - QUARTERLY-FY 1953 


{ MDAP includes Grunt and Reimbursable Aid. Navy pr oduc tion excludes experimental models) 





JUL 52 THRU 

■BCT 


JAM 

53 thru 

APR 

53 THRU 




saumaai 

SEP 52 V 


MAR 53 

JUN 53 

TYPE, MODEL, SERIES 


AIRFRAME 


AIRFRAME 


AIRFRAME 


AIRFRAME 


AIRFRAME 



UNITS 

WEIGHT 

UNITS 

WEIGHT 

UNITS 

WEIGHT 

UNITS 

WEIGHT 

UNITS 

WEIGHT 


MANUFACTURER 


(000,s) 


(000,3) 


(000,s) 


(000,s) 


(000,3) 

TOTAL MILITARY PRODUCTION 

10,802 

131/191.7 

2,372 

30,041.5 

2,698 

29,789.0 

2,755 

34,368.7 

2,977 

36,992.5* 

RECIPIENT: 











USAT . . 


4,729 

83,487.2 

936 

20,550.0 

1,059 

18,401.9 

1,251 

21,092.2 

1,483 

23,443.1 

NAVY . . 


2,519 

26,646.9 

550 

4,4(32.4 

-590 

5,349-9 

700 

8,212.3 

679 

6,682.3 

COAST GUARD. 

16 

116.3 

•10 

40.2 


_ 

1 

14.5 

5 

6l.6 

MDAP . . 


2,062 

18,836.5 

490 

4,533.4 

577 

5,187.7 

506 

4,749.9 

489 

4,365.5 

ARMY . , 


1,341 

1,667.3 

330 

465.1 

405 

500.2 

269 

274.6 

307 

427,4 

NATIONAL GUARD, ARMY DIVISION 

155 

139-5 

56 

50.4 

57 

51-3 

28 

25.2 

14 

12.6 

SOLD FOR CASH (NAVY PROD.) . . 

■ 10 

298.0 



10 

298.0 








u. s. 

A I 

R FOR 

C E 






BCMBER 


364 

23,015.8 


7,593.2 

45 

3,001.6 

91 

5,818.6 

106 

6,602.4 

B-Uri . 
B-47B . 

Conv&ir. 

T3 

4,929.6 

■tH 

xt68irTr 

3 

1751675 

15 

1,168.2 

7 

1755575 

Boeing, Doug., Lock. 

190 

10,535.1 

Kifl 

5,908.8 

1,985.4 

33 

pjJlL. ’Afl 

795-4 

YB-L7C 

Boeing . 

1 

55.8 


- 

- 

- 

1 

saUK ’W-l 

- 

- 

b-47e . 

Boeing . 

128 

7,266.1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

46 


82 

4,63T'.9 

XB-52 . 

Boeing. 

1 

114.9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

114.9 

YB-52 a/ 

Boeing . 

1 

114.9 

- 

* 

- 

* 

1 

114.9 

- 

- 

FIGHTER 


2,109 

17,619.1 

292 

2,598.3 

425 

3,555.6 

603 

4,889.4 

789 

6,575.8 

F-84F . 

Republic 4 Gen.Motors 

“55 


- 

- 

S 

23.3 

5 

82 .0 

-3? 

39“.9 

F-S40 . . 

Republic . 

3L2 

2,963.7 

88 

756.8 

129 

1,109.4 

107 

940.0 

18 

157.5 

f-86d . 

N. American .... 

448 

3 , 969.8 

23 

204 .7 

34 . 

302.6 

115 

1,023.5 

276 

2,439.0 

f-86e . 

N. Arner. 4 Canadair 

98 

730.0 

92 

685.3 

6 

44.7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-86f . 

N. American . 

971 

• 7,305-0 

52 

392.7 

215 

1,623.2 

329 

2,474.1 

375 

2,815.0 

YF-86B 

N. American ..... 

2 

18.2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

18.2 

- 

- 

F-89C . 

Northrop . 

35 

633-5 

22 

398.2 

13 

235-3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F-69D . 

Northrop . 

10 

202.6 

3 

60.3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

7 

142.5 

f-94c . 

Lockheed . 

153 

1,283.6 

12 

100-3 

26 

217.1 

42 

351.6 

73 

6l4.6 

F-100A 

N. American .... 

1 

12.3 

- 


* 


- 

* 

1 

12.3 

RECONNAISSANCE 

1*2 

4,676.8 

13 

1,446.4 

11 

1,212.6 

9 

1,002.6 

9 

1,015.2 

RB-36H 

Convair 

52 

5757578 

13 

1,446,4 

11 


? 

1,002.fa 

9 


SEARCH AND RESCUE 

100 

1,420.0 

20 

284.0 

34 

482.8 

27 

383.4 

19 

269.8 

SA-lbA 

Grumman 

155 

1,420.0 

So 

25TT3 

F 

IB2TB 

57 


15 

269.8 



148 

8,467.8 

32 

1.821.4 

3i 

1.945.8 

37 

2,156.8 

!a 

2,543.8 

KC-97F 

Boeing . 

I20 1 

6,803.6 

32 

1,821.4 

36 

1,945.8 

37 

5,156.8 

15 

879-8 

KC-9TG 

Boeing . 

28 

1,664.0 

- 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

28 

1,664.0 

CARGO 


380 

10,118.8 

91 

4,501.1 

109 

5,029-6 

96 

4,526.4 

84 

4,061.7 

C -11HA 

Douglas . 

TS 

753(8 

"5 


B 

314 .'8 

1 

3$.4 

- 

- 

C-119C 

Fairchild . 

41 

1,188.6 

- 

- 

4 

115-6 

37 

1,073.0 

- 

- 

C-119F 

Fairchild 4 Kaiser • 

175 


47 

1,342.7 

61 

1,750.7 

25 

719.6 

42 

1,215.0 

C-119G 

Fairchild . 

11 

315.5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

11 

315-5 

YC-119H 

Fairchild . 

1 

39.7 

- 

- 

1 

39.7 

- 

- 


- 

C-124a 

Douglas . 

70 

5,617.6 

35 

2,806.8 

35 

2,808.8 

_ 

- 


- 

C-124C 

Douglas . 

64 

5,225.6 

- 

- 

- 


33 

2,694.4 


2,531.2 

TRAINER 


1,357 

9,529.4 

322 

2,215.4 

371 

3,105.4 

325 

2,111.0 


2,097.6 

t-SSa 

N. American . 

352 

1,430.9 

Ho 

360,0 


360.0 

92 

3537? 


Mlllll 

T-29B . 

Convair . 

72 

1,496.9 

17 

349.3 

19 

390.4 

18 

378.0 

18 

379.2 

T-33A . 

Lockheed . . 

899 

5,310.6 

210 

1,239.0 

245 

1,445.5 

213 

1,263.2 

231 

1,362.9 

TB-50H 

Boeing . 

24 

1,283.0 

5 

267.1 

17 

909.5 

2 

106.4 

- 

* 


85 

359.7 

1 

3.6 

4 

19.3 

33 

133.2 

47 

203.6 

Ytf-T&i 

Bell. 

~r 

378 

T 

3-6 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H-19B . 

Sikorsky . 

71 

284.6 

- 


- 

- 

30 

120.0 

41 

i64.6 

YB-20 . 

McDonnell . 

2 

0.6 

- 

- 

1 

0.3 

1 

0.3 

- 

- 

YH-21 . 

Plaseckl . 

11 

70.9 

- 

- 

3 

19.0 

2 

12.9 

6 

39.0 

LIAISON 
1-19A . 

Cessna . 

142 

TO 

266.3 

16.0 

hi 

86.6 

24 

M>.2 

28 

31,3. 

hJ 

20 

73.2 

18.0 

L-20A . 

DeEaviliand . 

122 

248.3 

43 

86.6 

24 

49.2 

23 

57-3 

27 

55-2 

SPECIAL RESEARCH 

2 

13.5 

_ 


_ 



13.5 

_ 


XLIa — 


r 

'7.1 

1 


“ 

“ 


7.1 

T 


X -IB . 

Bell. 

1 

6.4 

- 

- 

- 

- 


6.4 

- 



CON FIDENTIA L 












































































































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181 


TABLE 104 - U.S. MILITARY AIRPLANE PRODUCTION BY RECIPIENT — QUARTERLY — 1953 - Coht.nuco 

(MDAP includes Grant and Reimbursable Aid. Navy production excludes experimental models) 


•TYPE, MODEL, SERIES 

Aim 

MANUFACTURER 



OCT 52 THRU 

DEC 52 

JAN 53 THRU 
mar 53 ■ 


UNITS 

AIRFRAME 

VEIGHT 

(000'S) 


AIRFRAME 
WEIGHT 
'(OOO’S) 

UNITS 

AIRFRAME 

WEIGHT 

(OOO'S) 

UNITS 

AIRFRAME 

WEIGHT 

(OOO’S) 

UNITS 

AIRFRAME 

WEIGHT 

(OOO’S) 

, 

NAVY 

BOMBER 


777 

10.222.7 

247 

2,518.7 

190 

2,149.8 

184 

2,717.6 

156 

2,836.6 

P2V-5 . 

. Lockheed . 

*03 

taEssa 

12 

357-0 

*rr 

" 327.0 

tt 

50b .9 

“58 

834.4 

P2V-6 . 


34 

1,020.0 

- 

- 

7 

210.0 

20 

600.0 

7 

210.0 

P5M-1 . 

, Martin ....... 

54 

1,776.6 

10 

329.0 

5 

164.5 

14 

460.6 

25 

822.5 

AD-4B . 

. Douglas . 

166 

1,212.5 

4 

29-9 

29 

211.7 

69 

503-7 

64 

467.2 

AD-4N . 

. Douglas ....... 

194 

1,465.6 

ll6 

868.8 

65 

497.3 

13 

99-5 

- 

- 

ad-4w . 

. Douglas . 

1+2 

315.6 

18 

133.2 

24 

182.4 

- 

~ 

- 

- 

AD-5N . 

. Douglas '. 

u 

33-2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

l6.6 

2 

16.6 

ad-6 .. 

. Douglas . 

1 

7.6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

1 

7.6 

AU-1 . 

. Chance Vought . ■ • • 

39 

241.8 

39 

241.8 

F - 

- 

- 

- 

- 

■ 

A2D-1 . 

. Douglas . 

2 

19.6 

- 

- 

~ 

- 

- 

- 

2 

19.6 

AF-23 . 

. Grumman . . . 

70 

717.8 

27 

276.9 

29 

297.3 

14 

143.6 

- 

* 

AF-2W . 

, Grumman.. ■ 

46 

461.5 

15 

151.5 

15 

150.0 

16 

160.0 

- 

- 

AF-3S . 

. Grumman. 

25 

256.3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

16 

164.1 

9 

92.2 

AJ-2 . 

. N. American . 

20 

419.0 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

62.9 

17 

356.1 

AJ-2P . 

. N. American . 

11 

239.4 

6 

130.6 

5 

108.8 

- 

* 

- 

- 

S2F-1 . 

. Grumman 

1 

10.4 

- 

- 


“ 

■ 

■* 

1 

10,4 

FIGHTER 


1,054 

9,220.3 

102 

1,437.6 

257 

2,249.9 

288 

2,603.8 

327 

2,929.0 

F2H-1P 

. McDonnell . 

^nr 

121.1 

TIT 

121.1 


- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

F2H-3 - 

. McDonnell . 

175 

1,600.2 

24 

218.4 

56 

512.5 

85 

777-8 

10 

91.5 

F2H-4 . 

. McDonnell . 

95 

869.2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

95 

869.2 

F3D-2 . 

. Douglas . 

157 

1,632.0 

8 

82.4 

44 

457.6 

53 

551.2 

52 

540.8 

F3D-3 • 

. Douglas ...... 

5 

51.5 

5 

51.5 

- 

“ 

- 


“ 

" 

FTU-1 . 

. Chance Vought .... 

1 

11.4 

- 

- 

1 

U.4 

- 

- 

“ 

“ 

FTU-3 . 


26 

321.8 

1 

12.1 

5 

61.8 

11 

135.8 

9 

112.1 

F9F-5 . 

. Grumman . 

l6l 

1,180.3 

- 118 

855.6 

43 

324.7 

- 

_ 

- 

“ 

F9F-5P 

. Grummun 

. 3 

23.1 

3 

23.1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

F9F-6 . 

r Rrumman . 

341 

2,779.4 

9 

73-4 

104 

847.7 

117 

953.6 

Ill 

904.7 

F9F-6P 

. Grunman. 

19 

157.7 

_ 

_ 

3 

24.9 

10 

83.0 

6 

49.8 

F9F-7 - 

. Grumman . 

50 

407.5 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

8 

65.2 

42 

342.3 

FJ-2 . 

. H. American . 

7 

• 65.1 

- 

- 

1 

9-3 

4 

37.2 

2 

18.6 

CARGO 


132 

4,846.6 

3 

117-5 

11 

488.3 

58 

2,038.8 

60 

2,202.0 

RAQ-2 . 

. Fairchild. 

"50 

BH^RI 



- 

- 

58 

785:4 

35 

845.0 

B6D-1 . 

. Douglas . 

54 

2,244,2 

3 

117-5 

7 

291.9 

29 

1,209.3 

15 

625.5 

R7V-1 . 

. Lockheed . 

20 

982.0 

‘ 


4 

196.4 

1 

49.1 

15 

736.5 

TRAINER 


174 

1,027-5 

10 

59.0 

4 o 

234.1 

70 

415.8 

54 

318.6 

TV-2 . 

. Lockheed . 

174 

1,027.5 

10 

5935 

55 

234.1 

75 

51370 

T5 

3Iti.b 

HELICOPTER 

336 

955.7 

99 

261.5 

89 

225.1 

76 

241.5' 

72 

227.6 

liBSKBE’fe 

Sikorsky. 

~55 

79-1 

17 

23.8 

30 

"5J0 

“8 

TT77 

- 


HQK-1 . 

. Kaman . 

2 

5.0 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

5.0 

HRS-1 . 

. Sikorsky . 

12 

43.2 

12 

43.2 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


. Sikorsky . 

35 

136.8 

24 

86.4 

l4 

50.4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

HRS-3 . 

. Sikorsky . 

69 

255-3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

46 

-17,7.6 


. 77.7 

HTK-1 . 

. Kaman. 

23 

38.9 

5 

8.3 

6 

10.2 

7 

11.9 - 

5 

8.5 

HTL-5 . 

. Bell . 

13 

14.3 

13 

14-3 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

HUP-2 . 

. Plaseckl . 

124 

383.1 

28 

85.5 

39 

120.9 

13 

4o.3 

44 

136.4 

LIAISON 


25 

22.5 

9 

8.1 

3 

2.7 

13 

U.7 

_ 


OE^I . 

. Cessna . 

55 

5575 

5 

83 

3 

037 

13 

IT77 

“ 

~ 

UTILITY 


19 

275.5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

10 

145.0 

9 

130.5 

itf-1 7 

, Grumman ....... 

15 

275.5 

7 

7 

- 

7 

15 

15375 

? 

13033. 

LIGHTER- 

THAN-AIR 

2 

76.1 

_ 



_ 

1 

38.1 

1 

38.0 

ZP2N . 

. Goodyear . 

5 

787T 





r 

387T 

I 

3870 



c 


GUAR 

D 






HELICOPTER 

o 

14.8 

8 

11.2 

m 


gg 


m 

3-6 



r 

“JTE 

T 

_ 




~ 

si 

330 

B05S-1 

. Sikorsky . 

Q 

11.2 ‘ 

a 

11.2 


m 



SI 

“ 

UTILITY 


7 

101.5 

2 

29.0 


9 

III 

14.5 

4 

58.0 

UF-1 . 

. Grumman . 

7 

101.5 

5 

5575 

m 


■1 

1573 

IT 

3870 


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1 82 


TABLE 104 -u.S. MILITARY AIRPLANE PRODUCTION BY RECIPI ENT — QUARTERLY — FY 1953 — Continued 

MDAP Includes Grant and Reimbursable Aid* Navy production excludes experimental models 


TYPE, MODEL, SERIES 

AND 

manufacturer 



OCT 52 THRU 
DEC 52 

JAN 53 THRU 

MAR 53 

aRR STTOfT 

JUN 53 

UNITS 

I AIRFRAME 
WEIGHT 
(OOO'S) 

UNITS 

! AIRFRAME 
. WEIGHT 
(OOO'S) 

UNITS 

AIRFRAME 

WEIGHT 

(OOO'S) 

UNITS 

AIRFRAME 

WEIGHT 

(OOO'S) 

UNITS 

I AIRFRAME 
WEIGHT 
(OOO'S) 



HUTU/ 

iL DBPENSI 

l A S S I S T A 1 

ICE F 

- R 0 0 R / 

L M 


BCMBER 

7<* 

1,900.1 

. 


19 

365.2 

27 

686.3 

28 

848.6 

P2V-5 . . Lockheed . 

45 

1,44 J7f 

- 


16 

298.0 

26 

5373 

16 

51175 

P2V-6 . . Lockheed . 

11. 

330.0 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

11 

330.0 

AD-4W . . Douglas . 

if 

126.4 

- 


9 

67.2 

7 

51.8- 

1 

7.4 

FIGHTER 

1,625 

13,843.2 

444 


ml 

4.4is.o 

J29 

3,383-3 

263 


F-B4C . . Republic . 

1,505 

13,0131 

629 


KB3 

3,999.0 

374 

3,285.8 

237 


F-86E . . Canadalr. 

26 

189.0 

- 

. 

- 

- 1 

- 

- 

26 

1 169.8 

F4U-7 . . Chance Vought . . . 

91 

610.3 

15 

,96.8' 

64 

*4l6.o 

15 

97.5 

- 

' 

“search and rescue 

2 

28.1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

2 

28.4 

- 

- 

SA-lfcA, . Grumman . 

5 

2377 

7 

7 

7 

" 

5 

5BT7 

“ 

- 

CARGO 

69 

1,985.0 

21 

599.7 

12 

345-2 

13 

375.3 

23 

664.8 

C-U9F . Fairchild . 

10 

515".5 

IB 

514.2 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-119F b/ Fairchild . 

20 

606.5 

3 

85.5 

8 

229.6 

6 

173-2 

11 

318.2 

C-119G. . Fairchild . 

23 ■ 

664.3 


- 

4 

115.6 

7 

202.1 

12 

346.6 

TRAINER 

239 

951.1 

25 

147-5 

4 

23.6 

66 

266.4 

144 

513.6 

. Lockheed. 

3T 

537:6 

25 

W775 

IT 

53^ 

57 

160.0 

33 

55675 

T-35A b j. Temco . 

7 

5.4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


7 

5-4 

Mark IV . Canadian Car .... 

115 

310.5 

- 

. 

- 

- 

38 

102.6 

77 

207.9 

SNB-5 . . Beech . 

26 

97-6. 

- 

- 

- 


1 

3.8 

25 

93.8 

HELICOPTER 

17 

123-3 


_ 

10 

36.0 

6 

7.5 

31 

79.8 


3 

3576 


- 


- 

- 

- 

3 

1575 

HOUs-3 • Sikorsky . 

V P 

50.4 


- 


- 

* 

- 

14 

50.4 

HRS-2 . . Sikorsky . 

10 ► 

36.0 


- 


36.0 

- 

- 

- 

* 

HTE-2 . . Hiller. 

20 

24.9 


- 

m 

- 

6 

7.5 

14 

17.4 

LIAISON 

6 

5.4 


_ 

1 

2J 


2J 



L-19A . . Cessna . 

7 

27 1 


~ 

3 

2.7 

- 

- 


- 

L-19A b j . Cessna . 

3 

2.7 

■ 




3 

2-7 

■ 



ARMY 

HELICOPTER 

629 

1,021.8 

104 

331.0 

190 

313.1 

121 j 

153.1 

134 

224.6 

B ijE 1 . . Bell . 

TJf 

30J.2 

SB 

ilfTT 

"57 

ice.o 

■35 : 

"573 

"65 

68.2 

H-13G . . Bell . 

16 

17.6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

16 

17.6 

H-19C . . Sikorsky . 

65 

251.6 

35 

136.0 

30 

115.6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H-23B c/. Hiller. 

157 

202.1 

63 

79.9 

55 

71.5 

24 

31.2 

15 , 

19.5 

H-25A c ’/. Piasecki. 

55 

165.0 

- 

- 

8 

24.0 

8 

24.0 

39 

117.0 

YH-30 . . McCulloch . 

2 

2.3 

* 


- 


“ 

** 

2 | 

2.3 

LIAISON 

682 

645.5 

146 

134.1 

215 

187.1 

148 

121.5 

173; 

202.8 

L-10C a/. Piper . 

137 

"0575 

So 

36.0 

157 

52.0 

- 

- 


- 

L-19A . . Cessna . 

296 

266.4 

6l 

54.9 

63 

56.7 

02 

73.8 

90 I 

8l.O 

L-20A . . DeHavllland .... 

52 

106.1 

23 

46.6 

29 

59-5 


- 

- 

— 

L-21B . . Piper . 

*»7 

28.2 

- 

- 

. 

• 


- 

47 

28.2 

L-21B d/. Piper . 

75 

37-5 

- 


16 

0.0 


29-5 

- 

- 

L-23A . . Beech . 

43 

111.8 

' - 

- 

- 

- 


18.2 

36 

93.6 

YL-26 . . Aero Design .... 

3 

10.9 

- 

- 

3 

10.9 


- 

- 

- 

LC-126 d j Cessna • • • • • • • 

2 

2.6 

2 | 

2.6 

* | 

- 

Wm 



- 1 



HAT 10 

N A L 

GUARD 

, a ft : 

MY D I V 

I S I ( 

3 N S 



LIAISON 

155 1 


56 

mm 

57 

51.3 

m 

25-2 

1 14 

12.6 

L-19A . . Cessna . 

155 •• 


30 

■■ 

57 

5T73 

m 

5375 

1 * 

1576 


S 0 L D P 

0 R C 

ASH ( t 

1 A V Y 

P R 0 D 1 

J C T I 

0 N ) 



BCMBER 

10 

298.0 


_ 

10 

290.0 ; 

_ 

_ 

1 - 

_ 

P2V-5 . . Lockheed . 

T5 

298.0 


* 

15 

55375 

- 

- 

L_ 

* 


a/ Accepted from experimental program. 

H/ Reimbursable Aid. 
c/ Navy for Army. 

5/ Amy for MDAP. 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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SECRET 


1 83 


TABLE 105- PRODUCTION AND DELIVERIES OF USAF PILOTLESS AIRCRAFT, GUIDED AIRCRAFT 
ROCKETS AND TARGET DRONES - QUARTERLY FY f 953 


POPULAR 

NAME 


quantity! 

ON 

contract! 


ACCEPTED 
AS OP 
30 JUN 52j 


SCHEDULE 
AS OF 
30 JUN 52. 


DELIVERIES-FISCAL YEAR 1953 


1st 

Quarter! 


2nd 

3rd 


Quarter 

Quarter 



schedule) 

AS OF 
30 JUN 531 


ACCEPTED 
AS OF 
30 JUN 53 


PILOTLESS BOMBERS (TAC) 


Matador • ^ 

TB-&1A ' . 

B-61A . 

52 

ill 

■ 

■ 

1 

2 

10 

■ 

B 

52 

59 

52 

36 





PILOTLESS 

BOMBERS (SAC) 





Snark ♦ * 

XB-62 . 

65 

- 


- 

■ 

■ 

fl 

9 

2 

Rascal • 

xb-63. 

82 

6 

6 

2 

■ 

B 

fl 

19 

11 

Shrike . 

x-9 (rty-a-1) • • 

31 

20 

21 

3 

6 

I 2 

■ 

31 

I 31 


PILOTLESS FIGHTER INTERCEPTORS 


Bcmarc ■ 

XP-99. j 

18 

- 

- 

□ 

B 

B 

2 

B 

5 


GUIDED AIRCRAFT ROCKETS 

Falcon .. 

X-GAR-1. 

65 

31 

33 

15 

X 

2 

1 

59 

53 


Y-GAR-1 . . 

80 


“ 


15 

28 

30 

75 

75 


1 TARGE! 

’ DRONE 


| 0Q-19D USAF • • • 

1,675 

381 

725 

636 

B 

_ 

_ 

1,675 

1,675 


i AFF • * * 

6,110 

1,617 

**,939 

10 


700 

650 

6,250 

6,250 


:• NG(O) • ■ 

loo 

- 

- 

■ 


- 

- 

- 

- 


Y9-1. 

6 

“ 

" 

1 

■ 

■ 

■ 

k 

■ 


SOURCE: MATERIEL STATISTICS DIVISION, DIRECTORATE OF STATISTICAL SERVICES, DCS/C 


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TABLE 106 - USAF AIRPLANE ACCEPTANCES-UNITS AND AIRFRAME WEIGHT BY REC IP I ENT- 

FISCAL YEARS 1951 1952 1953 


(Airframe Weight In thousands of pounds. Excludes experimental, used, and remanufactured airplanes. MDAP includes 
Grant Aid and Reimbursable Aid.) 


MONTH 

'/JO 

YEAR 

TOTAL 

USAF 

USAF 

for MDAP 

USAF for Navy 

USAF for Army 

Units 

Airframe 

Weight 

Units 

Airframe 

Weight 

Units 

Airframe 

Weight 

Units 

Airframe 

Weight 

Units 

Airframe 

Weight 

FY 51 - Total 

2,596 

29,385.5 

1,756 

27.800.7 

107 

737.0 

16 

89.5 

717 

758.3 

July 1950 . • 

U9 

1,517.3 

116 

1,491.3 

_ 

_ 

2 

11.3 

1 

14.7 

August . . . 

136 

2,619.7 

131 

2,591.5 

- 

- 

5 

28.2 

- 


September . . 

211 

3,236.7 

157 

3,046.3 

1U 

98.7 

3 

17.0 

37 

74.7 

October . . . 

189 

2,676.2 

135 

2,572.9 

9 

63.4 

_ 

_ 

45 

39-9 

November . . 

132 

2,043.0 

126 

1,996.9 

2 

l4.l 

- 

- 

4 

32.0 

December . . . 

1*5 

2,054.3 

129 

2,041.2 

- 

- 

- 

' 

16 

13.1 

January 1951. 

201 

1,560.0 

ll4 

1,475-6 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

87 

84.4 

February . . 

234 

2,085.4 

153 

2,015.2 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

8l 

70.2 

March . 

317 

3,263.5 

206 

3,150.8 

- 

- 

* 

" 

111 

112.7 

April .... 

269 

2,653.2 

174 

2,5*5.6 

2 

11.0 

. 

- 

93 

96.6 


315 

3,236.2 

184 

3,C*6.l 

13 

82.2 

- 

- 

118 

107.9 

June .... 

329 

2,440.0 

131 

1,827.3 

67 

467.6 

6 

33.0 

124 

112.1 

FY 52 - Total 

5,617 

63,798.4 

2,814 

54,239.5 

798 

6,429.2 

156 

1,398.9 

1,849 

1,667.8 

July 1951 . . 

372 

3,255.4 

232 

3,063.6 

8 

48.5 

6 

33.9 

126 

109.4 

August . . . 

332- 

3,597.1 

119 

3,328.8 

7 

38.5 

13 

39.5 

193 

190.3 

September . . . 

395 

3,701.5 

208 

3,408.8 

11 

109.6 

l4 

*0.3 

162 

142.8 

October . . , 

462 

4,305.5 

211 

3,905.* 

25' 

107-2 

11 

37.9 

215 

192.0 

November . . 

362 

4,174.8 

189 

3,722.6 

9 

51.8 

19 

281.9 

145 

118.5 

De cember ♦ « 

468 

5,040.8 

224 

4,102.6 

51 

383.9 

25 

*27.3 

168 

127.0 

January 1952 . 

471 • 

4,994.0 

222 

4,291.3 

39 

289.7 

21 

266.5 

189 

146.5 

February . . 

51* 

5,*71.0 

233 

4,491.7 

101 

800.9 

7 

39.6 

173 

138.8 

March . . . . 

579 

6,634 .6 

256 

5,265.7 

150 

1,187.9 

10 

56.5 

163 

124.5 

April .... 

520 

6 , 920.8 

256 

5,453.7 

148 

1,296.8 

10 

58.5 

106 

' 111.8 

May. 

576 

7,651.9 

- 324 

6,300.5 

137 

1,164.7 

10 

58.5 

105 

128.2 

June .... 

566 

8 , 051.0 

340 

6,904.8 

112 

9*9.7 

10 

58.5 

104 

138.0 

FY 53 - Total . 

8,104 

104,914.3 

4,723 

33,243.3 

1,870 

17,560.9 

257 

2,670.4 

1,254 

1,439.7 

July 1952 

60S 

8,355-5 

349 

6,791.0 

160 

1,362.5 

10 

59.0 

89 

1*3.0 

August . . . 

546 • 

8,546.5 

348 

7,284.5 

101 

1,123.9 

- 

- 

97 

138.2 

September . . 

599 

8,587.2 

239 

6,474.5 

214 

1,950.2 

9 

8.1 

137 

154.4 

October . . . 

658 

8,179.6 

363 

6,606.5 

156 

1,*13.* 

4 

8.6 

135 

151.1 

November . . 

666 

7,779.6 

338 

5,9*0.6 

167 

'1,5*0.0 

23 

134.6 

138 

164.4 

December . . 

670 

7,803.7 

357 

5,854.5 

171 

1,715.1 

16 

93.6 

126 

140.5 

January 1953 

682 

8,872.8 

397 

7,204.9 

159 

1,464.1 

20 

119.0 

106 ' 

84.8 

February . . 

699 

8,849.5 

395 

6,750.0 

168 

1,554.7 

58 

*74.3 

78 

70.5 

March .... 

719 

9 , 283.0 

455 

7 , 008.6 

150 

1,570.5 

33 

614.6 

81 

89-3 

April .... 

753 

9,703.2 

446 

7,178.0 

163 

1,680.9 

55 

744.4 

89 

99-9 

May. 

752 

9,368.1 

475 

7,639.6 

137 

1,191.1 

29 

414.2 

111 

123.2 

June. 

752 

9,585.5 

561 

8,510.6 

124 

994.5 



67 

80.4 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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TABLE 107 


USAF AIRCRAFT ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY - MONTHLY-FISCAL YEAR 1953 


TYPE, MODEL 

AND SERIES 

MANUFACTURER 

QUANTITY 

ON 

PROGRAM 

ACCEPTED 
PRIOR TO 

1 JULY 1952 

ACCEPTANCES - FISCAL YEAR 1953 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

TOTAL 

TOTAL 

ACCEPTED 

TO DATE 

1952 

JUL 

AID 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

1953 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN 


USAF (Excludes Experimental Mode 1 b) 







TOTAL . 



3J23 

2*2 

348 

239 

363 

338 

• 357 

397 

395 

455 


475 

561 

4,723 

8,120 

Bomber 



238 

40 

45 

37 

20 

■FI 

13 

29 


31 

fH 

36 

35 

362 

600 

B-3bH. 

Convair. 

83 


■Kfl 

■Kfl 

7 

ms 


p 

4 

Mfcl 

T. 

■fcl 

■EH 

■h! 

*47 

"75 


Boeing • • . 

379 

■ 

KJ 

mm 

30 

ssg 


11 

25 

5 

i I 

_ 

VI 

ma 

173 

379 


Douglas . 

10 

■ 

llg# 


- 

■fl 




1* 

B 

3 

Vi 

i§H 

10 

10 


Lockheed. 

8 

■ 

H 

Vi 

- 



- 

- 

- 

HI 

1 

Vi 

n 

7 

7 

.. 

YB-47C. 

Boeing . 

Boeing . 

701 

l 

- 

- 

- 

: 

- 


- 

- 

20 

1. 

m 

27 

m 

27 

128 

1 

123 

1 

Fighter 



1,024 

116 

U6 

& 

144 

138 

143 

175 

194 

234 

244 

258 

287 

2,109 

3,133 

F-84F . . 

Gen. Motors . 

237 




_ 


K9 

» 

■ 





tad 


1 

F-84F. 

Republic . 

2,015 


H 

M 

_ 


wn 





8 

16 


48 

48 

F-84G. 

Republic . 

789 


Bl 

■ts 

5 

Bfl 

■71 

Bl 

in 

m 

BR| 

18 



342 

789 

F-86D. 

JU.AnerlBun . 

__ 


10 

■1 

7 

■n 

mm 

HI 

K5M 

mat 

■a 

__70 

,_90_ 

|if^| 

448 

477 

f355e. 

N. American . 


UHR'kWMlri 

13 

Em 

Bl 

6 

* 

_ 

Eh 


tai 



■Hi 

93 

336 

f-86e. 

Canadalr . 

60 


5 

■Efl 

_ 


_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 




60 

f-86f. 

N. American, Col. * ■ ■ 

700 


2 

Vi 

11 

23 

14 

26 

28 

50 

55 

60 

60 

60 

^■9 

403 

f-66f . 

N. American, lag. • • • 

1,259 


29 


1 

4o 

55 

57. 

65 

65 


65 

85 

65 


679 

YF-66H'. 

N. American 

2 

Hi 

- 


_ 




_L_ 


■rfl 





2 

F-09C. 

Northrop . 

163 

128 

8 


7 

ms 

6 



* 

_ 


_ 


35 

163 

F-89D. 

Northrop ....... 

605 

2 

3 

■9 


H 

- 



_ 

_ 

1 

3 

3 

10 

12 

F-OUc. 

Lockheed ....... 

387 

9 

9 

11 

- 

M 

10 


El 

13 

18 

22 

24 

27 

153 

162 

YF-IOOA. 

No. American . . . . . 

2 

* 

“ 

KM 

- 

H 

- 



- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

Reconnaissance 



n 

4 


5 


3 


3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

42 

65 

RB-3bH . . . . . . 

Convair . 

73 

23 

IT 

a 

7 

11 

3 

KJ 

3 

J 

3 

3 

3 

3. 

42 

'Ss 

Search & Rescue 



143 

8 


2 

10 

12 

12 

}2 

6 

9 

6 

7 

6 

100 

243 

3 A-lbA . . . . . . 

Grumman . 

302 

■153 

0 

15 

s 

IS 

TS 

.1? 

TS 

E 

9 

E 

7 

E 

133 

25J 

Tanker 



38 

6 

12 

14 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

14 

13 

16 

148 

186 

XC-97F . 

Boeing . 

158 

35 

E ■ 

TS 

14 

TS 

TS 

32 

12 

12 

13 

14 

~r 


325 

155 

KC-97G. 

Boeing . 

600 

- 

" 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

12 

16 

28 

28 

Cargo 



401 

36 

24 

31 

38 

4l 

30 

46 

30 

20 

20 

26 

38 

380 

781 

CJI0A. 

Douglas . 

101 

- 

T 

■1 

3 

4 

T 

tag! 

T 






*T5 

“IB 

C-119C. 

Fairchild. 

303 

262 

- 

If 


- 

- 

■fl 

26 

H 

_ 




4l 

303 

C-119F. 

Fairchild . 

121 

1 

20 

wM 

16 

21 

21 

& 

_ 

■rl 

2 



9 

120 

121 

C-H9F. 

Kaiser . 

71 

4 

3 

■fl 



4 

■n 

7 

■1 

8 



8 

55 

59 

C-I19G. 

Fairchild. 

308 

- 

- 

■fl 



. 

_ 


Bl 


BV 


10 

11 

11 

YC-119H. 

Fairchild. 

1 

- 

_ 

. 




_ 

_ 

■ 

_ 




1 

1 

C-12l*A. 

Douglas . 

204 

134 

11 

12 



12 , 

11 

_ 

■9 

_ 




70 

204 

C-124C. 

Douglas . 

24 3 

l 

* 

- 

- 



- 

- 

12 

U 

10 



11 

64 

64 


CO NFIOENTIAL 

















































































































































CONF I DENT! AL 


TABLE 107 - USAF AIRCRAFT ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY - MONTHLY - FISCAL YEAR 1953 — Continued 


TYPE, MODEL 

AND SERIES 

MANUFACTURER 

QUANTITY 

ON 

PROGRAM 

ACCEPTED 
PRIOR TO 

1 JULY 1952 



ACCEPTANCES - 

FISCAL YEAR 1953 





FISCAL 

YEAR 

TOTAL 

TOTAL 

ACCEPTED 

TO DATE 

JUL 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

I 1 

1 MAR 

APR 

1 

MAY ! 

JUN 

USAF FOR ARMY (Cont 

■dj 




■ 



m 









' 

Liaison (Cont f d) 





H 

4* 

■ 

■ 

i 

if 


■ 






L-21B . . 

Cessna . . 

62 











16 

24 

7 

' 47 

47 

L-23A. 

Beech.J 

95 











12 

14 

10 

43 

43 

YL-26. 

Aero Design . 

3 

imp Nipti 










_ 

. 


3 

3 

LC -126c a/. 

Cessna . 

2 


1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 




2 

2 





TOTAL 



784 


101 


156 




168 


163 

137 

124' 

1,870 

2,654 

Grant Aid 



784 

B 

95 

214 

154 

165 



165 


158 

131 

117 

1,829 

2,613 

Bomber 



6 


_ 


2 

3 

5 

6 

4 

10 

15 

1 


46 

52 

P3VTT. 

Lockheed. 

52 

£ 

- 

- 

- 

? 

3 

3 

5 

IT 

15 

T5 

1 

- 

58 

■55 

Fighter 



lie 

155 

70 

204 

148 

162, 

155 

139 

128 

107 

97 

90 

76 

1,531 

2.241 

r-»*o .. 

Republic. 

2,236 


15? 

75 


TUB 

155 

155 

139 

128 

157 

97 

95 

55 

T7555 

2,215 

F-86E. 

Canadalr . 

60 

- 

- 

- 

- 



- 

- 

' 


- 

- 

26 

26 

26 

Search & Rescue 



1 

_ 

_ 



_ 



2 





2 

3 

SA-lfoA . . “ . . 

Grumman ....... 

3 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

3 

Cargo 



. 

_ 

12 

6 

_ 

_ 

4 

. 

3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4l 

4i 

C-H9F. 

Fairchild.. 

18 

7 

- 

15 

5 

7 ! 

7 

7 

7 


_ 

7 


“ 

18 

is 

C-1L9G . 

Fairchild ....... 

62 

- 

- 

* 

~ 

- 

- , 

4 

* 

3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

23 

23 

Trainer 




5 

16 

4 

4 

_ 

_ 

11 

28 

26 

42 

34 

36 

206 

273 

T-33A . . 

Lockheed . 

628 

57 

5 

16 


4 

7 

” 

■1 

"8 

n 

n 

12 

33 

~9X 

155 

Mark IV .. 

Canadian Car . 

285 

- 

- 

' 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

u 

20 

13 

31 

22 

24 

115 

115 

Helicopter 



_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 

_ 

2 

1 

3 

3 

H-L9B. 

Sikorsky . 

20 

7 

7 


7 

7 


- - 


7 

- 

- 

5 

T 

3 

3 

Reimbursable Aid 



z 

- 

3 


2 

2 

7 

3 

3 

3 

5 

6 

7 

41 

4l 

Cargo 



_ 

* 

3 


2 

2 

4 

m 

3 

3 

3 

4 

4 

28 

28 

C-119F. 

Fairchild. 

35 

- 

- 

3 


2 

5 

5 

m 

3 

3 

3 

£ 

6 

58 

28 

Trainer 




_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 



_ 


2 

2 

3 

7 

7 


Temco . 

10 

- 

- 


7 

7 


7 

m 

7 

“ 

5 

5 

3 

7 

7 

Liaison 




_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 

„ 

1 

6 

6 

r39A — . 

Cessna . 

6 

r 

" l 

' 

" 1 

" 1 


3 

3 ! 

T 

* 1 

• 

" 1 


6 

8 


Y 


CONFI DENT!AL 

































































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TABLE 107 


USAF AIRCRAFT ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY - MONTHLY - FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Con™™ 


TYPE, MODEL 

AND SERIES 

MANUFACTURER 

QUANTITY 

ON 

PROGRAM 

ACCEPTED 
PRIOR TO 

1 JULY 1952 



ACCEPTANCES ‘ - 

FISCAL YEAR 1953 





FISCAL 

YEAR 

TOTAL 

TOTAL 

ACCEPTED 

TO DATE 

1952 

JUL 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

1953 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN 

U3AF (Cont'd) 




*■ 














Trainer 



i,46o 

us 

127 

77 

12? 

112 

132 

111 

93 

121 

99 

106 

134 

1,357 

2,817 

t-28a. 

N. American. 

1,194 

693 

30 

“35 

35 

"35 

■35 

"35 

15 

“35 

"33 


”33 

T5 

3b£ 

1,055 

T-29B. 

Convair . 

105 

25 

4 

6 

7 

6 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 


6 

6 

72 

97 

T-33A. 

Lockheed ....... 

3,306 

742 

54 

89 

37 

04 

72 

89 

74 

56 

83 

63 

70 

98 

899 . 

1,641 

TB-50H . 

Boeing . 

24 

- 


2 

3 

■1 

3 

7 

1 

1 

" 

1 

- 

- 

24 

24 

Helicopter 



9 

- 

1 

_ 

■ 

_ 

3 

_ 

10 

14 

17 

17 

13 

83 

92 

l5BT" . 

Bell . 

10 

9 

- 

r 

. 


- 

- 

. 

- 


_ 1 


|d 

”1 

10 

H-19B.. 

Sikorsky . 

244 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

17 


16 



71 

71 

YH-21.. - 

Plaseckl . 

18 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H 

- 

3 

- 

1 

H 

1 


2 1 

11 

11 

Liaison 



6l 

21 

9 

13 

8 

8 

6 

9 


10 

9 


29 

142 

203 

L-20A. 

DeHavllland . 

212 


51 


13 

H 

0 

8 

5 



9 


"9 

125 

183 * 

L-19A. 

Cessna . 

20 

: 

- 

- 

- 

- 


" 






20 

20 

20 




USAF - EXPERIMENTAL ACFT 









~ 


TOTAL 



2 

- 





1 

2 


2 

1 


- 

6 

e 

Bomber 



- 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 



_ 

1 

1 



2 

2 

YB -52 . 

Boeing . . * . 

1 

- - 

7 

7 



7 

T 

“ 

"Z 

1 

T 

“ 


r 

1 

XB-52. 

Boeing . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

1 

Helicopter 



* 

_ 

_ 

_ 



1 

1 

_ 


_ 

_ 


2 

2 

xri-20 . T. 

McDonnell . 

2 

- 

- 

- 

7 

- 

- 

T 

r 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

5 

2 

Special Research 



2 

. 

. 


_ 

_ 


I 

. 

1 


. 


2 

4 

X-1A. 

Bell. 

4 

2 

7 

7 

~ 

T 

7 

“ 

~ 


r 

“ 

~ 

“ 

r 

3 

X-1B. 

Bell. 

1 

- 

- 

*1 


- 

1 

- 

1 | 

i 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 





USAF FOR 

ARMY 












TOTAL 



2,268 

89 

21 

m 

m 

136 

126 

m 

m 

H 


m 

El 

1,294 

3.J22 

Helicopter 



163 

ho 

39 

42 

42 

50 

35 

27 

31 

31 

21 

HI 

26 

417 

580 

H-13E . .. 

Bell. 

>*90 

155 

57 

58 

3T 

3T 

3 ? 

27 

57 

31 , 

31 

51 

31 

IS 

33? 

490 

H-13G. 

Bell. 

214 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


_ 



_ 

. 

16 

16 

16 

H-19C. 

Sikorsky . 

72 

7 

13 

11 

11 

11 

11 

8 

. 

- 

_ 

_ ■ 

* 

. 

65 

72 

YB-30 . 

McCulloch . 

3 


- 

“ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

2 

Liaison 



2,105 

49 

50 

95 

93 

80 

91 

79 

47 

50 

60 

78 

4l 

837 

a, 94s 

L-ltfC a/ . 

Piper . 

798 

450 

■d 

IT 

45 

42 

30 

5? 




_ 



T5T 

~SiU~ 

L-19A %] . 

Cessna . 

2,300 

1,595 


42 

33 

43 

30 

39 

39 

27 

44 

4o 

40 

24 

451 

2,o46 

L-20A . 

DeHavilland .. 

205 

60 

u 

5 

11 

0 

10 

11 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


52 

112 

L-21B a/. 

Piper . 

151 

“ 

■ 

- 

" 


* 

16 

40 : 

19 


_i 

“ 

- 

75 

75 


CONFI DENT!AL 









































































































CONF r DENTIAL 


TABLE 107 - USAF AIRCRAFT ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY - MONTHLY - FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Continu.o 


09 

CO 


TYPE, MODEL 

AND SERIES 

MANUFACTURER 

QUANTITY 

ON 

PROGRAM 

accepted 
PRIOR TO 

1 JULY 1952 




ACCEPTANCES 

- FISCAL YEAR 1953 




FISCAL 

YEAR 

TOTAL 

TOTAL 

ACCEPTED 

TO DATE 

1952 

JUL 

AUG 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

1953 

JAN 

FEB 

| MAR 

APR | 

MAY 

JUN 





USAF FOR NAVY 





* 







TOTAL 



157 

10 

- 

9 

4 

23 

16 

20 j 

58 

33 

55 

29 

- 

257 

414 

Cargo 











9 ! 

19 

19 

11 


58 

5§ 

R4[)-2. 

Fairchild . 

56 

- 

- 

- 

7 

7 

- 

- 

- 

9 . 

19 

19 

IT 

- 

3B 

58 

Trainer 



122 

10 

_ 

. 

1 

23 

16 

20 

36 

l4 | 

36 

18 

. 

174 

296 

TV-2 . . 

Lockheed . 

554 

122 

15 

7 

7 

T 

55 

IE 

50 

36 

w 

36 

13 

7 

174 

296 

Liaison 



35 

_ 


9 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 

13 


_ 

_ 

. 

25 


QE-'l T. 

Cessna ........ 

6o 

35 

7 

7 

9 

3 

- 

7 

7 

13 

7 

7 

7 

- 

23 

60 


SPECIAL ITEMS 

C-45G. 

Beech (Remfg.for USAF) 

372 

. . 57 

- 

14 

25 

56 

22 

26 

l6 

32 

21 

31 

26 

26 

295 

352 

t-6g. 

N. Amer., Col. 


















(Renfg. for USAF) • - ■ 

324 

496 

91 

132 

66 

39 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

32e 

824 

T-6C. 

N. Amer., FreBno 


















(Remfg. for USAF) • • • 

11 

1 

- 

2 

3 

S 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


11 

11 

T-6g. 

N. Amer., Fresno 


















(Fenfg. for AUG) • ■ ■ 

110 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

5 

9 

30 

2 



50 

50' 

TC-45G. 

Beech (Remfg. for USAF) 

96 

36 

30 

30 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


- 


60 

96 

H-23B. 

Hiller (Navy for Army) 

273 

1*0 

16 

24 

23 

21 

19 

15 


8 

11 


7 

8 

157 

197 

H*25A. 

Piaaecki (Navy for Arm}) 

70 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

5 


6 

- 


39 

- 

55 

55 

B-57. 

Martin (pur. for USAF) 

2 

- 


- 

1 

- 


- 

n 


- 


- 

- 

2 

2 


a/ Army for MDAP 

b/ Includes 487 L~19A’s accepted to date for National Guard, Army Division 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statiatlcal Services, DCS/C. 


CONFIDENTIAL 

































CONFIDENTIAL 


I 89 


TABLE 10B - USAF AIRPLANE ACCEPTANCES, JET AND PI STON - MONTHLY-FI SCAL YEAR 1953 

(Excludes experimental, used and remanufactured airplanes.) 

"USAP FOR OTHER" includes MDAP, Army and Navy. 


MONTH AND YEAR 

JET 

PISTON 

TOTAL 

USAF 

USAF 

FOR OTHER 

TOTAL 

USAF 

USAF 

FOR OTHER 

TOTAL - FT 53 

5,123 

3,327 

1,796 

2,981 

1,396 

1,585 

July - 1952 . 

406 

236 

170 

202 

113 

89 

August . 

332 

248 

86 

214 

102 

112 

September . 

335 

127 

208 

264 

112 

152 

October . 

398 

245 

153 

260 

ns 

142 

November . 

W>3 

218 

)-< 

CD 

\n 

263 

120 

113 

December . 

4l4 

243 

171 

256 

ll4 

142 

January - 1953 . 

1*39 

274 

165 

243 

123 

120 

February . 

W»9 

277 

172 

250 

118 

132 

March . 

1*79 

3^5 

13 1 * 

240 

110 

130 

April . 

482 

338 

144 

271 

108 

163 

May . 

481 

361 

120 

271 

111* 

157 

June .......... 

505 

417 

88 

247 

144 

103 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


308700 O-54-M 


CONFIDENTIAL 


































190 


CON FI DENT IAL 


TABLE 109 - AIRPLANES AUTHORIZED FOR USAF PROCUREMENT BY TYPE, MODEL AND SERIES - FY 51, 52, 53 


{Excludes experimental, used, and. remanufactured aircraft) Program data os Of 30 September 1953.) 


TYPE, 

MODEL AND 

SERIES 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

1951 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

1952 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

1953 

Total 

8,431 

6,659 

5,569 

Heavy Bomber 

44 

& 

- 

b- 36 h.. 

44 

24 

_ 

b- 36 j . 

- 

33 

- 

B-52A. 

- 

3 


Medium Bomber 

532 

625 

500 




““ 

B-47B . 

306 

5 


B-47E. 

226 

620 

500 

Light Bomber 

- 

no 

217 

B-57A.• 


8 

_ 

B-57B . 


102 

191 

B-66B. 


- 

26 

Fighter 

3,993 

3.36i 

2,510 

P-84E . 

215 



f-84f. 

719 

663 

870 

YP-84F . 

2 


_ 

F-8U0. 

652 

137 

_ 

F-86D . 

826 

901 

621, 

F-86E . 

225 

60 

_ 

F-86F. 

576 

1,226 

157 

F-86H . 


173 

300 

YF-86e. 

_ 

2 

_ 

F-89C . 

100 

_ 

- 

F-89D. 

193 

172 

21,0 

F-94B. 

206 

- 

- 

F-94C . 

279 

- 

- 

YF-100A . 

- 

2 

- 

F-100A. 

- 

23 

250 

F-101A. 

- 

- 

29 

YF-102 . 

- 

2 

_ 

F-102A . 

- 

- 

40 

Reconnaissance 

232 

126 

221 

RB.36H . 

39 

26 


RB-47E. 

52 

168 

65 

RB-52B. 

- 

17 

43 

RB-57A . 

_ 

67 

_ 

RB-66a. 

. 

5 

_ 

RB-66B. 

_ 


73 

RF-64F. 

13D-30 

128 

80 

WF-Wn' . 

1 

- 

- 

RC-122C ..... 

10 

_ 

_ 

RC-12H3. 

- 

15 

30 

Search & Rescue 

222 

17 

- 

SA-16A . 

222 

17 

- 


TYPE, 

MODEL AND 

SISLES 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

1951 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

1952 

FISCAL 

YEAR 

1953 

Tanker 

230 

316 

262 

KC-97E. 

60 

_ 

_ 

KC-97F . 

15B 

- 

- 

KC-97G. 

12 

313 

262 

Curgo 

592 

459 

4x8 

YC-47F. 

1 

_ 

- 

C-U8A. 

is 

- 

83 

C-119C. 

169 

- 

- 

C-119F. 

192 

- 

88 

C-119G . 

45 

n7 

146 

YC -119H. 

1 

* 

- 

C-123B. 

- 

165 

- 

C-12l*A. 

125 

_ 

- 

YC-124B. 

1 

- 

- 

C-124C. 

40 

151 

52 

C-130A . 

• 

- 

7 

C-131A. 

- 

26 

- 

C-131B. 

- 

- 

36 

YC-130 . 

- 

- 

2 

YC-135 . 

- 

- 

2 

YC-139 . 

- 

- 

2 

Trainer 

2,293 

1,025 

1,158 

T-28A . 

744 

59 


T-29B. 

105 

- 

- 

T-29C. 

- 

85 

34 

T-29D. 

. 

4o 

52 

T-33A. 

1,420 

747 

866 

T-3fcA . 

. 

94 

206 

TB-5CS. 

24 

- 

* 

Helicopter 

182 

155 

193 

H-13G . 

. 

- 

51 

S-19A . 

50 

- 

- 

H-19B . 

73 

no 

6l 

E-21A . 

32 

- 

- 

H-21B . 

27 

45 

81 

Liaison 

111 

103 

20 

L-19A . 

_ 

. 

20 

YL-20A. 

2 

- 

• 

L-20A. 

109 

103 



SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


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CONFIDENTIAL 


191 


TABLE 110 - USAF AND RESERVE FORCES FIRST AND SECOND LINE AIRPLANE INVENTORY SUMMARY — FY 1953 

As of End of Month 


STATUS AND CLASSIFICATION 

JUL-52 

AUG : 

SEP 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

1 ' 

JAN-53 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUN 

TOTAL 

21,012 

21,309 

21,391 


21,857 


22,286 

■ 


23,082 

23,155 

23,548 

FIRST-LINE . 

6,079 

8,539 

8,717 

8,966 

9,103 

9,316 

9,605 

10,051 

10,334 

L0.709 

U,053 

11,364 

USAF. 

7,857 

6,5^7 

8,252 

6,819 

8,310 

8,693 

8,582 

8,938 

9,293 

6,022 

9,6o4 

9.944 

a>35 

LO,261 

10,575 

10,873 

TOTiao 

Active . 

77W 

77259 

77275 

77I75 

57357 

"BTToo 

Inactive . 

1,310 

1,533 

1,271 

1,424 

1,306 

1,368 

1,271 

1,237 

1,494 

1,561 

1,591 

1,593 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD . . 

. 40 

40 

49 

50 

51 

52 

59 

75 

100 

100 

100 

106 

Active . . . VT - . 

55 

TO 

TO 

35 

3T 

35 

55 

sr 

"55 


155 

156 

Inactive . 

~ 

- 

“ 

- 

- 


3 

21 

15 

- 



AIR FORCE RESERVE. . . 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

1 

23 

23 

25 

49 

Active . 

T 


- 

“I 

"7 


- 

~ 

53 

S3 

S3 

TO 

Inactive . 

- 


“ 


- 

Hi 

“ 

1 


- 

2 

1 

CIVIL AIR PATROL . . . 

129 

138 

123 

97 

72 

25 

22 

22 

_ 

. 

. 


Active . 

IS? 

13a 


97 

75 

53 

sr 

s 

”7 

“7 

”7 

“7 

Inactive .. 

* 

- 


" 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MDAP. 

53 

109 

235 

126 

259 

219 

103 

225 

186 

167 

263 

256 

Active . 

TO 

7 

b 

3 

”39 

”33 

10 

TO7 

“S3 

“S9 

to? 

“73 

Inactive ...... 

5 1 

102 

227 

121 

220 

164 

93 

208 

163 

158 

i'J4 

181 

U. s. army. 


„ 


m 

128 

75 

126 

96 

56 

102 

a 

80 




_ 

”7 

_ 

“3 

_ 

“I 



”3 

IB 

Inactive . 



- 

- 

128 

70 

126 

95 

56 

102 

83 

62 

U. 3. NAVY . 



_ 


_ 

1 

2 

28 

1 

34 

2 


Active . 



“ 



T 

T 

T 

T 


“ 

“ 

Inactive . 



- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

27 

- 

34 

2 

- 

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU 
















- 

_ 

1_L 

6 

_ 

_ 

24 , 

2 

_ 

_ 

Active. 



_ 

“ 


“ 

~ 


T 

~ 

“ 

7 

Inactive ...... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

11 

6 

~ 


24 

2 

- 

- 

SECOND-LINE. 

12,933 

12,770 

12,674 

12,646 

12,754 

L2,729 


L2,606 

L2.469 

L2.373 

L2,102 

12,184 

USAF. 

12,233 

TOTSST 

ill,984 
“97IT6 

11,748 

9,00o 

■iimi 

11,630 
‘ 8,86a 


11,410 

i “57755 


11,007 

"57397 

LO,663 

1^1 

10,434 

Active ....... 


~i7m 

Inactive . 

2,972 

! 2,868 

2,740 

2,764 

2,762 

2,643 

2,682 

2,660 

2,613 

2,524 

2,519 

2,640 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD . . 

378 

400 

424 

420 

46l 

46l 

465 

508 

641 

861 

850 

914 

Active . 

376 

35a 

553 

418 

461 

998 

TO3 

555 

E52 

792 

H19 

883 

Inactive ...... 

2 

2 

1 

2 

- 

15 

12 

28 

39 

119 

31 

31 

AIR FORCE RESERVE. . . 

72 

103 

143 

144 

158 

178 

214 

229 

244 

277 

274 

272 

Active . 

7S 

153 

143 

TW 

13a 

.175 

sir 

525 

241 

S73 

271 

587 

Inactive . 

- 

“ 

* 


- 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

3 

5 

CIVIL AIR PATROL . . . 

151 

180 

236 

268 

358 

449 

502 

498 

521 

519 

516 

519 

Active . . . . . . , 

1^0 

17? 

533 

257 

33? 

W7 

TO3 

TO7 

519 

3i9 

313 

319 

Inactive . 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

2 

9 

1 

2 

- 

1 


MDAP. 

99 

103 

123 

100 

116 

91 

85 

100 

55 

52 

20 

40 

Active . 

15 

“15 

TO3 

13 

■55 

rr 

”8 

—5 

“i 


~7 

21 

Inactive . 

89 

93 

103 

85 

96 

BO 

77 

92 

54 

52 

20 

19 

U. S. ARMY. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

11 

m 

3 

■ 1 

1 

1 

2 

4 

Active . 

- 

- 

“7 

“ 

“i 


2 





2 

Inactive . 

' 

~ 

- 


10 


1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

U. S. NAVY . 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

1 




1 

Active . 

- 

- 

- 




“ 

~ 

— 


“ 


Inactive . 


“ 

- 

- 

- 


1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU 













ARMY DIVISION .... 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

20 

47 

1 

1 





Active . 

”7 

“7 

”7 


55 

TO 

I 

T 

~ 

—i 

— 

“7 

Inactive. 


"" 


* 

; 

7 

“ 

“ 

■ 

“ 

“ 1 

- 


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C 0 M M A N D 



CONTINENTAL 

OVERSEAS 

CONTINENTAL 

OVERSEAS 

TOTAL 

17,663 

4,420 

19,029 

**,575 

USAF - TOTAL 

16,113 

4,361 

16,859 

**,504 

Air Defense. 

1,107 

- 

1,420 

- 

Air Materiel . 

4,650 

75 

5,122 

47 

Air Proving Ground . 

l6l 

- 

l6l 

- 

Air Research and Development . 

542 

23 

581 

21 

Air University . 

148 

- 

173 

- 

Air Training . 

5,500 

- 

5,226 

- 

Continental Air. ... . 

99 

- 

113 

- 

Headquarters, USAF . 

201 

77 

204 

63 

Military Air Transport Service . 

641 

345 

635 

349- 

Strategic Air. 

1,775 

128 

1,922 

157 

Tactical Air. 

1,286 

25 

1,299 

9 

USAF Security Service. 

3 

- 

3 

- 

Alaskan Air. . . 

- 

198 

- 

171 

Caribbean Air. 

- 

32 

- 

30 

Far East Air Forces.. 

- 

2,365 

- 

2,361 

Northeast Air. 

- 

53 

- 

78 

US Air Forces in Europe. 

- 

1,031 

- 

1,212 

Joint Brazll-US Military Ccemiesion . 

- 

9 

* 

6 

RESERVE FORCES - TOTAL 

l r l06 

59 

1,789 

71 

Air National Guard . 

466 

47 

970 

50 

Air Force Reserve. 

178 

- 

321 

- 

Civil Air Patrol . 

462 

12 

498 

21 

EARMARKED FCR NON-USAF AGENCIES - TOTAL 

444 


_381 

- 

Mutual Defense Assistance Program. 

310 

- 

296 

- 

U. S. Army. 

79 

- 

84 

- 

U. S. Navy . 

2 

- 

1 

- 

National Guard Bureau, Army Division. 

53 

- 

- 

- 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE - QUARTERLY. FISCAL YEAR 1953 


TYPE 

OF 

AIRCRAFT 

total 

AIRCRAFT 

INVENTORY 




A C T I 

V E 






I 

N A C T I 

V E 



TOTAL 

TACTICAL 

AND 

TRANSPORT 

TRAINING 

MINXMlM 

INDIVIDUAL 

TRAINING 

ADMINI¬ 

STRATIVE 

SPECIAL 

MISSION 

TEST 

MAINTE¬ 

NANCE 

PROJECT 

TOTAL 

STORAGE 

MODIFI¬ 

CATION 

BAILMENT 

AND 

X-MODEL 

OTHER 

EXCESS AND 
RECOMMENED 
RECI/MAXIDN 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 





■ 












USAF - TOTAL 

20,096 

16,074 

6,218 

4,974 


80 

621 

573 

1,247 

295 

4,022 

1,963 

1,175 

435 

426 

23 

B ember. 

2,934 

1,665 

1,050 

179 

24 

’ 3 

13 

m 

ns 

82 

1,269 

666 

513 

55 

34 

1 

Tanker ....... 

■El 

297 

287 

- 

- 

_ 


■■m 

2 

1 

28 

_ 

13 

2 

13 


Fighter. 

■Sri! 

3,949 

2,428 

732 

20 

- 

1 

E59 


us 

766 

219 

298 

74 

186 

9 

Reconnaissance . . . 

■pi 

536 

435 

7 

2 

1 

16 

20 


13 

113 

45 

63 

2 

3 


Search and Rescue 


245 

187 

- 

- 

- 

17 

6 

-'■5a 

8 

23 

11 

2 

_ 

9 

1 

Special Research . . 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

4 

_ 


4 



Cargo . 

3,282 

2,976 

1,218 

20 

902 

66 

352 

91 

279 

48 

306 

10 

90 

170 

30 

6 

Trainer . 

6,924 

5,663 

395 

3,768 

1,107 

10 

113 

81 

175 

l4 

1,261 

897 

189 

115 

57 

3 

Communication . . . 

937 

716 

218 

268 

11 

- 

109 

32 

67 

11 

221 

115 

1 

8 

94 

3 

Glider . 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

. 




_ 

1 


* 

1 



Aerial Target . , . 

37 

27 






27 



10 


6 

4 



31 DECEMBER 1952 

















USAF - TOTAL 

20,474 

16,456 

6,407 

5,197 

2,110 

68 

673 

582 

1,126 

293 

4,018 

1,759 

1,231 

451 

549 

28 

Bomber ....... 

2,856 

1,666 

1,140 

192 

26 


11 

149 

133 

12 

1,190 

611 

494 

58 

27 


Tanker . 

360 

302 

292 

- 

- 


, 

7 

3 

_ 

58 

_ 

33 

4 

21 

_ 

• Fighter . 

4,993 

4,014 

2>17 

781 

15 


1 

166 

441 

193 

979 

145 

417 

89 

317 

11 

Reconnaissance . . . 

652 

550 

447 

7 

1 


14 

17 

47 

16 

102 

39 

45 

2 

14 

2 

Search and Rescue 

293 

252 

199 

- 

- 


16 

5 

29 

3 

4l 

11 

6 


23 

1 

Special Research . . 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 




4 

. 

. 

4 


_ 

Cargo . 

3,385 

3,043 

1,277 

is 

877 

52 

382 

97 

319 

21 

342 

21 

100 

192 

24 

5 

Trainer . 

7,099 

5,945 

435 

3,937 

1,176 

12 

154 

77 

133 

21 

1,154 

852 

133 

87 

so 

2 

Communication . . . 

794 

653 

200 

262 

■ 15 

_ 

95 

35 

19 

27 

l4l 

80 

1 


43 

7 

Glider . 

1 

- 

- 


_ 

- 

_ 

* 

* 


1 

_ 

_ 




Aerial Target . . . 

37 

31 

■ 

- 

- 

“ 

“ 

29 

2 

- 

6 

- 

2 

HI 

- 

- 



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A C T I 

V E 







I N A C T 

I V E 



TYPE 

OF 

AIRCRAFT 

TOTAL 

AIRCRAFT 

INVENTORY 

TOTAL 

TACTICAL 

‘AMD 

TRANSPORT 

TRAINING 

MINIMUM 

INDIVIDUAL 

TRAINING 

ADMINI¬ 

STRATIVE 

SPECIAL 

MISSION 

TEST 

MAINTE¬ 

NANCE 

PROJECT 

TOTAL 

STORAGE 

MODIFI¬ 

CATION 

BAILMENT 

AND 

X-MODEL 

OTHER 

EXCESS AND 
IECOMENIED 
tfEUWATlON 

31 MARCH 1953 

USAF - TOTAL 

20,989 

16,873 

6 ; 605 

5,239 

2,152 

75 

701 

592 

1,170 

339 

30 


1,675 


434 

873 

24 

Bomber . . . 

wm 

1,695 

l,l4i 

176 

23 

a 

19 

l4o 

162 

1,120 

512 

4c6 

61 

m 

1 

Tanker . 

MU 

349 

335 

- 

- 


- 

4 

9 

1 

44 

_ 

26 

2 

wtm 

_ 

Fighter . 

5,423 

4,232 

2,583 

819 

17 


_ 

173 

417 

223 

1,191 

264 

437 

92 

KTTa 

5 

Reconnaissance . . . 

66o 

534 

430 

7 

- 


16 

13 

54 

13 

126 

37 

58 

3 

Era 

2 

Search and Rescue 

295 

256 

204 

- 

- 


21 

5 

23 

3 

39 


28 


10 

1 

Special Research . . 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 


. 

- 

. 

_ 

5 

- 

_ 

5 

_ 

_ 

Cargo . 

3,495 

3,166 

1,276 

23 

968 

55 

377 

100 

323 

44 

329 

44 

61 

188 

34 

2 

Trainer . 

7,032 

5,919 

4l4 

3,926 

1,131 

15 

166 

90 

162 

15 

1,113 

740 

87 

64 

218 

4 

Communication . . . 

833 

693 

222 

288 

13 

- 

102 

40 

is 

10 

140 

78 

3 

l4 

36 

9 

Glider . 

1 

- 

- 


- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 



1 



Aerial Target . . . 

37 

29 






27 

2 


8 


4 

4 



30 JUNE 1953 

















USAF - TOTAL 

21,363 

17,108 

7,067 

4,948 

2,083 

67 

664 

6l4 

1,334 

3U 

4,255 

2,024 

1,018 

429 

759 

25 

Bomber.. . 

2,716 

1,644 

1,134 

149 

12 

3 

17 

135 

163 

31 

1,072 

585 

264 

60 

163 


Tanker. 

435 

385 

367 


- 

- 


6 

12 


50 


27 

u 

19 

_ 

Fighter . 

5,533 

4,379 

2,751 

748 

13 

- 

8 

167 

490 

202 

1,154 

22 a 

4o8 

84 

419 

15 

Reconnaissance . . . 

703 

600 

489 

20 

1 

1 

10 

13 

49 

17 

103 

26 

45 

3 

29 


Search and Rescue 

£85 

256 

209 

- 

- 

- 

15 

6 

21 

5 

29 

* 

21 

- 

7 

1 

Special Research . . 

5 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 


_ 

_ 


5 

_ 

_ 

5 



Cargo . 

3,643 

3,275 

1,328 

19 

1,031 

51 

378 

107 

339 

22 

368 

106 

6l 

178 

22 

1 

Trainer . 

7,10? 

5,750 

461 

3,703 

1,020 

12 

168 

105 

230 

31 

1,357 

1,040 

178 

79 

56 

4 

Communication . . . 

880 

785 

308 

309 

6 

- 

88 

44 

27 

3 

95 

26 

8 

13 

44 

4 

Glider . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

Aerial Target . . . 

56 

34 

“ 

“ 

“ 

“ 


31 

3 

~ 

22 

13 

6 

3 

“ 

- 


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TABLE 113- FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF USAF AIRCRAFT INVENTORY BY COMMAND-QUARTERLY FISCAL YEAR 1953 


C OMMAND 

TOTAL 

INVENTORY 




A C 

T I V E 






I 

N A C T : 

I V E 



TOTAL 

TACTICAL 

TRANSPORT 

UNITS 

TRAINING 

UNITS 

mind™ 

INDIV 

TRAINING 

ADMINI¬ 

STRATIVE 

SPECIAL 

MISSION 

TEST 

mainte¬ 

nance 

■ 

TOTAL 

STORAGE 

MODIFI¬ 

CATION 

BAILMENT 

X-MODELS 

OTHER 

EXCESS 
& REC. 
RECL. 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 



I 














USAF - TOTAL 

20,096 

16,074 

WX2M 

4,974 


80 

621 



295 


1,963 

1,175 

435 

426 

23 

CONTINENTAL US 

15,683 

11,903 

3,397 

4,974 

1,715 

42 

284 



136 

3,780 , 

1,869 

1,151 

331 

414 

15 

Air Training. 


5,303 

_ 

4,903 

358 

3 

16 

Ml 

23 








Air Materiel. 

iHrafl 

1,027 

7 

- 

174 

5 

9 

2 

697 

133 

3,703 

1,868 

1,151 

311 

367 

6 

Strategic Air.. 

iKsidfl 

1,660 

1,328 

- 

291 

12 

7 

1 

20 

1 

1 

_ 



1 


Air Defense . 

1,008 

1,004 

769 

- 

178 

5 

34 

_ 

18 

_ 

4 

_ 




4 

Tactical Air. 

1,325 

1,295 

1,030 

70 

166 

2 

15 

_ 

12 

_ 

30 

_ 

m 


28 

2 

Military Air Transport Service. 

562 

544 

263 

1 

191 

5 

77 

_ 

5 

2 

18 

1 



17 


Air Research and Development. . 

536 

516 

- 

- 

80 

5 

2 

4l4 

15 

_ 

20 

_ 


20 



Headquarters, USAF. 

226 

223 

- 

_ 

101 

1 

119 

_ 

2 

_ 

3 





3 

Air Proving Ground. 

l6l 

160 

- 

- . 

23 

_ 


133 

4 

_ 

1 




1 


Air University. 

106 

106 

- 

- 

99 

2 

1 


4 

_ 

_ 






Continental Air. 

62 

62 

- 

_ 

54 

2 

1 

- 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 



USAF Security Service . 

3 

3 

" 

- 


- 

3 

- 


,r * 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OVERSEAS 

4,413 

4,171 

2,821 

_ 

351 

38 

337 

23 

442 

159 

242 

94 

24 

104 

12 

8 

Alaskan Air ... . 

217 

195 

120 


33 


16 


15 

5 

22 


22 




Caribbean Air . 

34 

33 

6 

- 

9 

2 

l6 




1 





1 

Far East Air Forces ...... 

2,358 

2,264 

1,597 

- 

116 

13 

86 


341 

111 

94 

93 



* _ 

1 

US Air Forces In Europe .... 

1,032 

1,023 

662 

- 

138 

5 

86 


79 

33 

9 

1 

1 

5 


2 

Northeast Air ......... 

39 

37 

- 

- 

8 

12 

12 


5 


2 

_ 

1- 



1 

Joint Brazil-US MIL.Can .... 

10 

9 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 





1 






Air Materiel.. 

109 


- 

- 

_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 

109 

_ 


97 

12 


Strategic Air . 

180 

180 

145 

- 

13 

3 


17 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 




Tactical Air. 

27 

27 

25 

- 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

2 







Military Air Transport Service. 

310 

308 

246 

- 

34 

3 

21 

_ 

1 

3 

2 





2 

Air Research and Development. . 

23 

22 

- 

_ 

_ 


18 

_ 

_ 

4 

1 

_ 


1 



Headquarters, USAF. 

74 

73 

- 

- 


- 

72 

- 

* 

1 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

















USAF - TOTAL 

20,474 

16,456 

6,407 

5,197 

2,110 

68 

673 

582 

1,126 

293 

4,018 

1,759 

1,231 

451 

549 

28 

CONTINENTAL US 

16,113 

12,343 

3,568 

5,197 

1,777 

44 

334 

m 

703 

158 

3,770 

1,651 

1,203 

358 

537 

21 

Air Training. 

5,500 

5,500 

_ 

5,113 

351 

■mm. 

15 

1 

15 

2' 







Air Materiel. . . 

4,650 

978 

11 

- 

169 


7 

4 

626 

155 

3,672 

1,651 

1,202 

336 

474 

9 

Strategic Air .. 

1,775 

1,775 

1,448' 

- 

284 


13 

- 

19 



_ 

_ 




Air Defense . 

1,107 

1,099 

832 

- 

187 


62 

- 

12 

_ 

8 





8 

Tactical Air . 

1,206 

1,231 

972 

64 

151 


14 

- 

7 

_ 

55 




54 

1 

Military Air Transport Service. 

64l 

632 

302 

- 

212 


no 

_ 

2 

_ 

9 





1 

Air Research and Development. . 

542 

510 

3 

- 

78 


2 

423 

9 

_ 

24 


1 

22 


1 

Headquarters, USAF. ...... 

201 

200 

- 

- 

115 


79 

_ 

5 

_ 

1 





1 

Air Proving Ground. 

l6l 

160 

- 

- 

21 



135 

4 

_ 

1 



_ 



Air University. 

148 

148 

- 

- 

139 

1 _!_ 1 

3 


3 

1 

- 


- ! 

- 

■3 

- 


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TABLE 113 - 


COMMAND 


31 DECEMBER 1952-Cont'd 
TofffiM ental lfe-ConETT 

Continental Air.. 

USAF Security Service. 

OVERSEAS 

Alaskan Air. 

Caribbean Air.. 

Far East Air Forces. ..... 
US Air Forces in Europe. . . , 

Northeast Air. 

Joint Brazil-US Mil. Cam . . . 
Air Materiel ......... 

Strategic Air.. 

Tactical Air ......... 

Military Air Transport Service 
Air Research and Development . 
Headquarters, USAF . 

31 MARCH 1953 

USAF - TOTAL 

CONTINENTAL US 

Air Training.. . 

Air Materiel . 

Strategic Air. 

Air Defense. 

Tactical Air . 

Military Air Transport Service 
Air Reaearch and Development . 
Headquarters, USAF ...... 

Air Proving Ground ...... 

Air University . 

Continental Air. ....... 

USAF Security Service. .... 

OVERSEAS 

Alaskan Air. . . 

Caribbean Air. 

Far East Air Forces. ..... 
US Air Forces, in Europe. . . . 

Northeast Air. 

Joint Brazil-US Mil. Com . . . 
Air Materiel. 


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ENACT 

I V E 





TACTICAL 


MINIMUM 











EXCESS 

INVENTORY 

TOTAL 

TRANSPORT 

UNITS 

TRAINING 

UNITS 

iabiY 
TRAINING 1 

ADMINI¬ 

STRATIVE 

SPECIAL 

MISSION 

TEST 

MAINTE¬ 

NANCE 

PROJECT 

TOTAL 

storage: 

MODIFI¬ 

CATION 

BAIIMENT 
X-MODELS 

OTHER 

& HEC. 
RECL. 

99 

99 



70 

2 

26 


1 








3 

3 

- j 

“ 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4,361 

4,113 

2,839 


333 

24 

339 

20 

423 

135 

246 

108 

28 

93 

12 

7 

198 

171 

109 

- 

21 

_ 

l 4 

11 

14 

2 

27 

_ 

26 

_ 

_ 

1 

32 

31 

- 

- 

9 

2 

19 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

2,365 

2,238 

1,626 

- 

102 

14 

73 

- 

305 

ns 

127 

100 

_ 

20 

6 

1 

1,031 

1,027 

683 

- 

149 

4 

91 

_ 


7 

4 

_ 


2 

- 

2 

53 

49 

l 4 

- 

10 


23 

- 

9 | 

- 

k 

- 

2 

- 

- 

2 

9 

9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9 

- 

- 

- 

. 

. 

. 

- 

_ • 


75 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


. 

. 

_ 

75 

_ 

_ 

69 

6 

_ 

128 

128 

109 

- 

13 

3 

1 

_ 

1 

1 


_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

25 

25 

25 

- 

, 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3^5 

345 

273 

- 

29 

1 

30 i 

_ 

7 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

23 

14 

* 

- 

_ 

- 


9 

_ 

2 

9 

8 

_ 

1 


_ 

77 

76 

” 

“ 


_ 

B| 

“ 

* 

- 

1 


■ 

1 


- 

20,989 

16,873 

6,605 

5,239 

2,152 

75 

H 

592 

1,170 

339 

4 ,ll 6 

1,675 

1,110 

431 

873 

24 

16,445 


3,792 

5,238 

1,794 

44 

H 

H 

860 

157 

3,617 

1,472 


363 

677 ' 

19 

5,705 

5,536 

_ 

5,169 

333 

5 

is 

. 

10 

1 

169 



165 

1* 

4,539 

1,172 

11 

- 

173 

6 

8 

3 

822 

149 

■ 3,367 

1,472 

1,086 

340 

462 

7 

1,931 

1,930 

1,618 

- 

271 


14 

_ 

13 

4 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 


1 

1,247 

1,244 

965 

_ 

204 


61 


9 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 



3 

1,202 

1,162 

890 

69 

171 


19 

_ 

9 

_ 

40 

_ 

_ 

. 

39 

1 

672 

665 

305 

- 

232 


114 

_ 

5 

2 

7 


_ 

_ 

7 

_ 

543 

518 

3 

- 

70 


- 

437 

4 


25 

_ 

- 

23 


2 

199 

199 

- 

- 

107 


90 

. 

1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

160 

155 

- 

- 

23 


_ 

130 

2 

_ 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

4 

1 

151 

151 

- 

- 

147 


l 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

93 

93 

- 

- 

63 


25 

- 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

” 

“ 

“ 


3 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4,534 

4,038 

2,811 

- 

358 

31 

347 

21 

288 

182 

496 

201 

24 

71 

196 

4 

194 

169 

102 


23 

. 

18 

8 

13 

5 

25 


24 



1 

29 

29 

- 



2 

18 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2,469 

2,061 

1,608 


mrM 

12 

83 


140 

120 

4 o 8 

196 

_ 

21 

191 


1,123 

1,118 

671 



4 

104 


127 

44 

5 


_ 

2 


3 

62 

62 

Ik 



2 

26 


3 

3 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


11 

11 

- 




11 






_ 

_ 

_ 


51 

* 

“ 


■1 

mm 

- 

m 

- 


51 

- 

- 

46 

5 

- 


196 SECRET 




























































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TOTAL 

INVENTORY 




A C 

T I V E 






I N 

A C T I \ 

r E 



COMMAND 

TOTAL 

TACTICAL 

TRANSPORT 

UNITS 

TRAINING 

UNITS 

MINIMIM 

INDIV 

TRAINING 

ADMINI¬ 

STRATIVE 

SPECIAL 

1 MISSION 

! 

TEIST 

mainte¬ 

nance 

PROJECT 

TOTAL 

STORAGE 

MODIFI¬ 

CATION 

bailment 

X-MODELS 

OTHER 

EXCESS 
& REC. 
RECL. 

31 MARCH 1953-Coat f d 
COWTIHESTaL US-Cont'd 

Strategic Air.. 

131 

131 

uo 


l4 

6 

! 1 

1 

1 



1 - 





Tactical Air. 

25 

25 

25 


- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Military Air Transport Service 

356 

356 

281 

- 

31 

7 

21 

- 

4 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Air Research and Development . 

21 

15 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

12 

- 

- 

6 

5 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Headquarters, USAF . 

64 

63 

- 

- 

1 

" 

62 

- 

- 

“ 

1 

- 

" 

1 

" 

- 

Accountability Terminated * 

10 

7 

2 

1 


— 

1 

1 


— 

3 

2 

— 

— 

— 

1 

30 JUNE 1953 

















USAF - TOTAL 

21,363 

17,108 

7,067 

6,968 

2,083 

67 

! 666 

616 

1,336 

311 

6,255 

2,026 

1,018 

629 

759 1 

25 

CONTINENTAL US 

16,859 

12,975 

6,106 

6,968 

1,765 

4o 

373 

596 

987 

182 

3,886 

1,871 

1,015 

361 

617 

‘ 20 

Air Training . 

5,226 

5,210 


6,861 

285 

2 

42 

— 

20 

_ 

16 

_ 


_ 

7 

9 

Air Materiel . 

5,122 

1,289 

11 

- 

170 

6 

8 

6 

906 

182 

3,833 

1,871 

1,015 

360 

603 

4 

Strategic Air. , . . 

1,922 

’ 1,918 

1,606 

- 

273 

11 

13 

1 

16 

- 

4 

- 

- j 

- 

1 

3 

Air Defense. 

1,620 

1,618 

1,136 

- 

206 

6 

68 

- 

6 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

Tactical Air. 

1,299 

1,299 

1,021 

87 

163 

3 

19 

- 

6 

- 

- 

~ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Military Air Transport Service 

635 

629 

331 

- 

l6l 

7 

106 

- 

4 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

6 

- 

Air Research and Development . 

581 

561 

3 

- 

90 

3 

- 

653 

12 

- 

20 

- 

- 

19 

- 

1 

Headquarters, USAF ...... 

204 

203 

- 

- 

111 

2 

86 

- 

4 

- 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Air Proving Ground . 

161 

159 

- 

- 

21 

- 

- 

136 

2 

- 

2 

~ 

- 

1 

- 

1 

Air University. 

173 

173 

- 

- 

165 

1 

2 

- 

5 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Continental Air. 

113 

113 

- 

- 

80 

1 

26 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

USAF Security Service. 

3 

3 

- 

- 

" 

* 

3 

- 

- 

“ 

“ 


“ 


“ 

~ 

OVERSEAS 

6,506 

6,133 

2,963 

- 

338 

27 

311 

18 

367 

129 

371 

653 

3 

66 

162 , 

5 

Alaskan Air. 

171 

168 

113 

_ 

22 

_ 

9 

4 

17 

3 

3 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Caribbean Air. ........ 

30 

30 

- 

- 

9 

1 

18 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Far East Air Forces. 

2,361 

2,051 

1,668 

- 

88 

10 

66 

- 

190 

51 

310 

150 

- 

18 

I4i 

1 

US Air Forces in Europe. . . . 

1,212 

1,205 

766 

- 

155 

2 

103 

- 

126 

57 

7 

- 

- 

3 

- 

4 

Northeast Air.. 

78 

78 

15 

- 

14 

2 

26 

- 

5 

16 

- 

- 

- j 


- 

- 

Joint Brazil-US Mil. Can . , . 

6 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

1 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Air Materiel . 

67 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


67 

- 

- 

46 

1 

- 

Strategic Air. 

157 

157 

132 

- 

16 

5 

1 

- 

2 

1 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Tactical Air . 

9 

9 

9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- I 

- 

- 

- 

Military Air Transport Service 

369 

369 

282 

- 

32 

7 

20 

- 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Air Research and Development . 

21 

17 

- 

- 

- 

- 

,3 

14 

- 

- 

4 

3 | 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Headquarters, USAF . 

63 

63 


“ 

2 

- 

6l 

' 

' 









* Possessing units recommended accountability termination of these aircraft, but did not receive disposal instructions by 31 March 1953* ~ 

vj 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c 


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TABLE 114 - USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRPLANE INVENTORY — MONTHLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 


Note: Reserve stock includes airplanes in storage, undergoing modification, In flyable Inactive status, on inactive 
and nonmSAF projects, excess to commands, and airplanes accepted but not delivered. 



TOTAL 

USAF 

Air 

National 

Guard 

Air 

Force 

Reserve 

Civil 

Air 

Patrol 

EARMARKED 

MDAP 

US 

Army 

us 

Navy 

National 

Guard, 

Army 

Division 

31 July 1952 TOTAL 

21,012 

20,090 

418 

72 

280 

152 

. 

. 


ACTIVE 

16,587 

15,808 

416 

72 

279 





First-Line Combat ....... 

3,170 

3,170 


_ 

_ 


1 

_ 


Second-Line Combat . 

3,866 

3,574 

290 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

9,551 

9,064 

126 

72 

279 

10 

- 

- 

- 

INACTIVE 

4,125 

4,282 

2 

_ 

1 

140 


_ 

_ 

Reserve Stock 

3,968 

3,828 




140 




First-Line Combat . . 

•Vr 


_ 

”7 

“7 


T 

“7 

^7 

Second-Line Combat '. 

1,577 

1,489 

_ 

- 

- 

60 

- 

- 

_ 

Non-Combat . .. «... 

1,844 

1,832 

- 

- 

- 

12 

- 

* 

- 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

425 

425 

_ 






. 

First-Line Combat . 

IS 

IS 


“7 

T 


T 

“7 

“7 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

57 

57 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

292 

292 ! 

- 

- 



- 

* 

- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

32 

29 

2 

_ 

1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

First-Line Combat . 

T 

T 

- 


■7 


“7 

7 

^7 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

10 

8 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

17 

16 

" 

- 

1 

* 

- 

- 

- 

31 August 1952 TOTAL 

21,309 

20,236 

440 

103 

318 

21 2 




ACTIVE 


15,935 

438 

103 

317 

17 


_z 


First -Line Combat. 

3,226 

3,226 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

. 

* 

Second-Line Combat .. 

3,775 

3,483 

290 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

9,809 

9,226 

148 

103 

317 

15 

- 

- 

* 

INACTIVE 

4,499 

4,301 

2 


1 

195 


_ 


Reserve Stock 

4,040 

3,852 

_ 



188 

_ 

- 

- 

First-Line Ccmbat . 

643 

~57T 

- 




- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

1,619 

1,526 

. 



93 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat .. 

1,778 

1,752 




26 

- 

- 

“ 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

434 

427 

_ 



7 

. 

_ 

. 

First-Line Combat . . . 

-rr 

”77 

T 



7 

“7 

“T 

T 

Second-Line Combat . 

55 

55 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat.. 

302 

295 

- 

■SIS 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

25 

22 , 

2 


1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

First-Line Combat . 


”7 

7 


7 


T 

~ 

“"7 

Second-Line Combat . 

8 

6 

2 

- 

- 

~T | 

- 

- 

- 

Hon-Combat. 

17 

16 

- 

- 

1 i 

- 1 

- 

- 

- 

30 September 1952 TOTAL 

21,391 

20,058 

473 

143 

359 

35 a 

_ 


_ 

ACTIVE 

17.046 

16,047 

470 

143 

358 

28 

_ 

_ 


First-Line Combat . 

3,290 

3,286 

_ 

_ 

_ 

4 


_ 


Second-Line Combat . 

3,696 

3,406 

290 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat. 

10,060 

9,355 

180 

143 

358 

24 

- 

- 

- 

INACTIVE 

4,345 

4,011 

3 

. 

1 

330 

_ 

_ 


Reserve Stock 

3,889 

3,558 

1 



330 




First-Line Combat . 

-*71? 

^515 

- 

T 

! ~7 

-I5ir 

"T 

“7 

"7 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

1,652 

1,557 

- 

- 

- 

95 


- 

- 

Non-Combat .. 

1,525 

1,483 

1 

- 

- 

41 


- 

* 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

430 

430 


_ 

_ 



_ 

_ 

First-Line Combat ....... 

TS 

"73 

' T 

—7" 

T 

“I 

- 


”7 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

55 

55 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

297 

297 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

26 

23 

2 


; 1 ; 


_ 

_ 

„ 

Flr s t-Line Combat. 

- 


- 

“7 



~ 

"T 

“7 

Second-Line Combat . . 

13 

11 

2 

- 



- 


- 

Non-Combat. 

13 

12 

- 

- 

1 




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EARMABKED 




Air 

Air 

Civil 




National 


TOTAL 

USAF 

Rational 

Force 

Air 

MDAP 

US ' 

US 

Guard, 




Guard 

Reserve 

Patrol 


Army 

Navy 

Army 

Division 

31’ October 1952 TOTAL 

21,612 

20,407 

470 

144 

365 

226 




ACTIVE 

17,215 

16,219 


144 

364 

20 

_L 

—I 


First-Line Combat . 

3,319 


- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 


Second-Line Combat . 

3,6V. 

sBfsi 

284 

- 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat • . 

10,252 

9,550 

184 

114 

364 

10 

- 


- 

INACTIVE 

4,397 

4 ,lB8 

2 

- 

1 

206 

- 



Reserve Stock 

3,917 

3,711 




206 

. 

_ 

_ 

First-Line Combat . 

-‘75? 

661 

- 

T 

- 

"55 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

1,654 

1,577 

- 

- 

- 

77 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

1,504 

1,473 


' 

- 

31 

- 

* 

* 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

First-Line Combat ....... 

453 

"So 

453 

"So 

-5 




~ 

~ 


Second-Line Combat . ...... 

56 

56 

- 

- 

- 


- 


“ 

Non-Combat .... . 

317 

317 

- 

" 



- 

" 

~ 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

27 

24 

2 

- 

1 


- 

- 

_* 

First-Line Combat . 

"J 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

10 

8 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

14 

13 

- 

~ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

30 Novefflfcer 1952 TOTAL 

21,857 

20,212 

512 

158 

430 

375 

139 


31 

ACTIVE 

17,320 

16,141 

512 

158 

426 

59 

1 


20 

First-Line Combat . 

3,347 

3,309 

- 

- 

- 

38 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . . . 

3,599 

3,297 

295 

- 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat » . . . ; . 

10,374 

9,538 

217 

158 

426 

14 

1 

- 

20 

INACTIVE 

4,537 

4,068 

- 

_ 

k 

316 

138 


11 

Reserve Stock 

4,079 

3,610 


■ 

k 

316 

138 

. 

11 

First-Line Combat . 

“Vr 

077 



- 

2oJ 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

1,690 

1,605 



- 

76 

9 

- 

- 

Non-Combat 

1,512 

1,331 


l. 

4 

37 

129 


11 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

First-Line Combat . 

432 

~S> 

432 

"55 


H 

m 

— 


~ 


Second-Line Combat . 

57 

57 




- 


- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

290 

290 



s 

- 

u 

* 


Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

26 

26 




- 


- 


First-Line Combat . . 

"7 



- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

9 

9 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

15 

15 


- 

* 


- 

- 

- 

31 December 1952 TOTAL 

22,045 

20,436 

513 

178 

471 

310 

79 

2 

53 

ACTIVE 

17,663 

16,425 

496 

175 

172 

46 

8 

1 

40 

First-Line Combat . , 

3,478 

3,444 

_ 

. 

_ 

34 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

3,649 

3,340 

292 

8 

- 

6 

3 

- 

- 

Non-Combat.. . 

10,536 

9,641 

204 

167 

472 

6 

5 

1 

40 

INACTIVE 

4,382 

4,011 

1Z 

3 



71 

1 

13 

Reserve Stock 

3,883 

3,537 

2 

3 



71 

1 

6 

First-Line Combat . 


702 


- 


El 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

1,570 

1,501 

a 

- 


■n 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

1,455 

1,334 

SL 9 

3 


H 

71 

1 

6 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

First-Line Combat . . . 

46l 

446 

"85 

1 



■9 




Second-Line Combat . . 

67 

67 






- 

- 

Non-Combat. 

307 

293 



3 



* 

- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

38 

28 

1 


2 

■ 


- 

7 

First-Line Combat ....... 

*TT 

T 



- 



- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

11 

10 



- 



- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

23 

Ik 

mm 

Bill 

2 



" 

7 


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TABLE 114 -USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRPLANE INVENTORY — MONTHLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Cont,nu«o 









EARMARKED 



TOTAL 

USAF 

Air 

National 

Guard 

Air 

Force 

Reserve 

Civil 

Air 

Patrol 

MDAP 

US 

Army 

us 

Navy 

National 

Guard, 

Array 

Division 

31 January 1953 TOTAL 

22,286 

20,703 

52 k 

214 

524 

188 

129 

3 

1 

ACTIVE 

18,007 

16,750 

509 

211 

5i5 

m 

2 

1 

1 

First-Line Combat . 

3,739 

3 , 73 a 

. 


. 

B 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

3,595 

3,266 

289 

31 

- 

■Q 

2 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . . . 

10,673 

9,746 

220 

180 

515 

El 

- 

1 

1 

INACTIVE 

1,279 

3,953 

15 

3 

9 

170 

127 

2 

- 

Reserve Stock 

3,793 

735 

3,439 

&5B 

3 

3 


169 

127 

2 

. 

First-Line Combat . 





- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

i,6ii» 

1,552 

- 

- 


62 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat. 

l,kk6 

1,267 

3 

3 


24 

327 

2 

' 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

First-Line Combat . 

454 

19 

1*1*2 

19 

11 



1 




Second-Line Combat . 

66 

65 

- 


- 

1 

- 


- 

Non-Combat. 

309 

298 

11 


- 

- 



- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 
First-Line Combat . 

32 

T 

22 

1 


9 





Second-Line Combat ....... 

8 

7 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ... * • 

21 

12 

- 

- 

9 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

28 February 1953 TOTAL 

22.659 

20,871 

583 

230 

520 


97 

52 

1 

ACTIVE 

18 , 29 k 

16,977 

5 44 

226 

519 


B 

1 

1 

First-Line Combat . 

3,957 

3,9kB 



- 

8 


- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

3 , 56 k 

3,227 

299 

36 

- 

2 


- 

* 

Non-Combat 

10,773 

9,802 

245 

190 

519 

15 

H 

1 

1 

INACTIVE 

k,365 

3.697 

22 

4 

1 

300 

96 

28 


Reserve Stock 

3,916 

3.k6k 

26 

4 


299 

95 

28 

_ 

First"-Line Combat ....... 



- 

- 

- 

171 


- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

1,612 

1,530 

2 

- 

- 

80 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . > • . ... 

1,541 

1,342 

24 

4 

- 

48 

95 

28 

- 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

k28 

klk 

12 

- 

- 

1 

1 



First-Line Combat . 

■53 

“02 

- 

* 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

68 

67 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat... 

277 

265 

12 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

* 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

21 

19 

1 


1 


_- 



First-Line Combat . 

T 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

6 

5 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ♦ . 

11 

10 

* 

- 

1 


- 

- 

- 

31 March 1953 TOTAL 

22,803 

20,951 

741 

267 

521 

241 

57 

1 

24 

ACTIVE 

18,339 

16,84k 

687 

264 

519 

24 


1 

_ 

First-Line Combat . 

3,950 

|i 

mm 

. 

. 

12 


. 

. 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

3,513 



4o 

- 

1 


- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

10,876 

mm 


224 

519 

11 

1 

1 

- 

INACTIVE 

k,46k 

4,107 

54 

3 

2 

217 

57 

- 

24 

Reserve Stock 

4,007 

959 

3,654 

03d 

53 

3 


216 

57 


24 

First-Line Combat . 



“I 

m 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat • . . 

1,568 

1,523 

- 

- 

- 

45 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Coobat . ♦ . 

1,490 

1,301 

53 

3 

- 

52 

57 

- 

24 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

431 

429 

1 

- 


1 

_* 


— 

First-Line Combat . 

“S? 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

70 

69 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat. 

272 

271 

1 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

26 

21* 



2 



_ 

_ 










First-Line Combat . 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

6 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

17 

15 

- 

- 

2 

* 

* 

- 

- 


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TABLE | 1 4 -USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRPLANE INVENTORY-MONTHLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Continued 



TOTAL 

USAF 

Air 

National 

Guard 

Air 

Force 

Reserve 

Civil 

Air 

Patrol 

EAHMARKED 

MDAP 

us 

Army 

US 

Navy 

National 

Guard, 

Army 

Division 

30 April 1953 TOTAL 

23,082 

20,924 

961 

300 

112 

239 

103 


2 

ACTIVE 

18,525 

16,839 

842 

296 

549 

29 

§»■ 


_I 

First-Line Combat . 

4,054 

4,038 

- 

- 

_ 

16 

- 

■ 

- 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

3,468 

2,997 

402 

69 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Non-Combat.. 

11,003 

9,604 

440 

22? 

519 

13 

- 

- 

- 

INACTIVE 

4,557 

4,085 

119 

1+ 


210 

103 

34 

2 


4,116 

3,645 

119 

4 


209 

103 

34 

2 

First-Line Combat . 

ItolJ 

-^955 


~ 

“7 

■73 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

1,524 

1,388 

89 

1 

- 

46 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

1,579 

1,317 

30 

3 

- 

90 

103 

34 

2 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

413 

412 


. 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

First-Line Combat . 


~5S 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

56 

55 

- 


- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

265 

265 

- 

1 

- 

* 

- 

- 

" 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

28 

28 

. 


_ 

_ 


_ 


First-Line Combat . 

~z 

2 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

Ik 

11+ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Non-Ccxnbat ........... 

12 

12 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

31 May 1953 TOTAL 

23,155 

21,015 

950 

299 

516 

283 

90 

2 


ACTIVE 

18,717 

16,905 

919 

294 

515 

79 

5 



First-Line Combat ....... 

4,260 

4,191 

* 

_ 

. 

69 

_ 


- 

Second-Line Combat . 

3,442 

2,947 

428 

67 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Non-Combat . 

11,015 

9,767 

491 

227 

515 

10 

5 

I 

- 

INACTIVE 

M36 

4,110 

31 

5 

1 

204 

8 5 

2 

-Z, 

Reserve Stock 

Fir6t-Line Combat . 

3,993 

3,669 

953 

31 

5 


201 

T02 

§5 

2 

-5 

Second-Line Combat ....... 

1,371 

1,363 

7 

- 


- 

1 

- 

- 


1,567 

1,353 

24 

5 


99 

84 

2 

- 

Experimental, Loan and Bailment 

424 

421 

- 



3 

■ 



First-Line Combat . 

“55 

91 

- 

- 

- 

“I 


- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

61 

6l 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Non-Combat ... 

271 

269 

- 

- 

- 

2 

■ 

- 

- 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

21 

20 

. 

. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

First-Line Combat . 

■a 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Second-Line Combat ....... 


11 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

mjm 

7 

- 

- 

1 

- 


- 

- 

30 June 1953 TOTAL 


21,307 

1,020 

321 

519 

296 

84 

1 

- 

ACTIVE 

19,013 

17,074 

989 

315 

549 

96 

20 

_I 

T 

First-Line Combat . 

4,4i6 

4,350 

_ 

_ 

_ 

66 

- 

* 

- 


3,464 

2,914 

477 

65 

- 

6 

2 

- 

- 

Non-Combat ........... 

11,133 

9,810 

512 

250 

519 

24 

is 

- 

- 

INACTIVE 

4.535 

4,233 

£. 

6 

_2 

200 

64 

1 


Reserve Stock 

4,081 

3.782 

30 

6 


199 

64 

- 

_ 

First-Line Combat . 

" 992 

920 


“ 

- 

is 


- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

1,350 

1,321 

13 

2 

- 

13 

1 

- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

1,739 

1,541 

17 

4 

- 

114 

63 

- 

- 

Experimental, Loon and Bailment 

427 

426 

. 


- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

First-Line Combat . 

“89 

"H9 

■ 


- 

- 


- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

63 

62 



- 

1 


- 

- 

Non-Combat . 

275 

275 



- 

- 


- 

* 

Excess and Recommended Reclamation 

27 

25 



_ 

_ 


1 

- 

First-Line Combat . 

~G 

"5 



- 



- 

- 

Second-Line Combat . 

11 

IO 



- 



- 

► 

Non-Combat . 

10 

9 



_ 

■ 

B 

1 

” 


SOURCE; 


Materiel Statistics Division 


, Directorate of Stal 


istleal Services, DCS/C 


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TABLE U5 - CUMULATIVE AGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE USAF AIRPLANE INVENTORY - QUARTERLY, FY 1953 


AGE 

IN 

MONTHS 

TOTAL 

AIRPLANES 

BOMBER 

FIGHTER 

CARGO 

trainer 

OTHER 

TYFEsa/ 

HEAVY 

MEDIUM 

LIGHT 

FIGHTER-BOMBER 

INTERCEPTOR 

JET 

HEAVY 

MEDIUM 

LIGHT 

ME5MI 




30 September 1952 

Under 6 

2969 

27 

206 


429 


382 

62 

112 

86 

1332 

333 

" 

12 

1(612 

so 

290 

1 

640 

_ 

684 

98 

156 

93 

1956 

614 

" 

10 

5876 

130 

308 

1 

844 

- 

933 

138 

222 

95 

2429 

776 

" 

2k 

6759 

148 

337 

1 

952 

- 

1097 

173 

259 

102 

2852 

838 

« 

30 

7580 

158 

420 

3 

1084 

_ 

1250 

214 

■312 

105 

3157 

885 


36 

8135 

159 

489 

48 

1279 

- 

1352 

221 

353 

105 

3230 

899 


42 

81*87 

159 

512 

63 

1391 

. 

• 1445 

223 

355 

105 

3267 

967 

" 

48 

8883 

159 

539 

70 

1582 

27 

1479 

224 

365 

105 

3294 

1039 

- 

5 1 * 

9176 

160 

563 

60 

1769 

33 

1483 

224 

365 

129 

3306 

1064 

" 

60 

91*25 


572 

80 

1876 

34 


227 

365 

153 

3316 

1159 

" 

66 

9576 


572 

80 

1948 

34 


234 

35 > 

188 

3338 

1173 

" 

72 

9761 


572 

80 

1998 

34 


24l 

366 

225 

3346 

1256 

- 

78 

9868 


597 

80 

2012 

3*1 ! 


244 

366 

239 

3353 

1300 


81* 

10091 


609 

81 

2063 

49 


245 

385 

278 

3391 

1347 

" 

90 

11*265 


1509 

448 

2082 

733 



669 

712 

4374 

1850 

" 

96 

17627 


1881 

841 

2083 

1156 



749 

1369 

5588 

2072 


102 

18986 


1891 

880 


1169 



749 

2021 

6214 

2091 

" 

108 

191*85 



883 





750 

2186 

6525 

2110 

n 

114 

19763 








750 

2268 

6709 

21 22 

" 

120 

19890 








751 

2281 

6819 

2125 

n 

126 

19995 









2285 

6915 

2130 


132 

20038 









2286 

6957 


" 

138 

20056 










6975 



144 

20058 










6977 




31 December 1952 

Under 6 

2706 

24 

143 

■ 

407 


494 


132 

143 

mm 

223 

" 

12 

1*921 

51 

298 


681 

- 

803 

m*&mr 

212 

190 


451 


18 

6321 

U4 

335 


937 

_ 

1073 

EM 

264 

200 


697 

" 

24 

7362 

152 

344 

1 

1058 

- 

1275 

109 

307 

205 

3040 

791 


30 

0162 

168 

391 

1 

1110 

_ 

1425 

225 

346 

211 

3435 

850 


36 

8795 


463 

32 

1292 


1549 

244 

390 

211 

3578 

868 

" 

42 

9260 


541 

55 

1466 

- 

1633 

256 

422 

211 

36l8 

890 

11 

68 

9661 


549 

67 

1595 

7 i 

1719 

257 

431 

211 

3654 

1003 

• 

56 

9985 


580 

72 

1796 

32 1 

1723 

258 

435 

223 

3677 

1013 


60 

10258 


600 

76 

1928 

33 ! 

1725 

261 

435 

248 

3692 

1092 

" 

66 

10466 


601 

76 

2035 

33 i 


263 

436 

278 

3712 

1139 

" 

72 

10553 


601 

76 

2046 

33 ' 


274 

436 

312 

3715 

1167 


78 

107U3 


601 

76 

2101 

33 


278 

436 

343 

3726 

1256 

" 

81* 

10839 


630 

76 

2124 

35 


278 

436 

346 

3737 

1284 

" 

90 

12692 


1021 

147 

2166 

324 


279 

588 

613 

4159 

1502 

" 

96 

17055 


1775 

656 

2175 

995 



81). 

1044 

5488 

1939 


102 

19063 


1881 

797 


1091 



811 

1751 

6378 

2007 


108 

19785 



807 


1092 



812 

2148 

6677 

2021 

" 

114 

20168 



808 





812 

2250 

6943 

2035 


120 

20273 








812 

2287 

7006 

2040 

. 

126 

2031*0 








813 

2289 

7070 


" 

132 

20395 









2293 

7121 


" 

138 

201*13 










7139 



144 

20421 










7147 



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203 


TABLE 116 - CUMULATIVE AGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE USAF AIRPLANE INVENTORY- 
QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Continue 


ACE 

IN 

MONTES 

TOTAL 

AIRPLANES 

BOMBER 

FIGHTER 

CARGO 

TRAINER 

OTHER 

TYPESa/ 


MEDIUM 

LIGHT 

FIGHTER- BCMBER 

INTERCEPTOR 

JET 

HEAVY 

MEDIUM | 

LIGHT , 


| PISTON | 



31 March 1953 

Under 6 

2752 

20 

ll6 

1 

496 


752 

67 

139 


710 

278 

" 

12 

5495 

45 

322 

1 

854 

- 

1104 

128 

248 

261 | 

2007 

525 

" 

18 

7040 

97 

40£ 

2 

1055 

- 

1379 

164 

290 

268 

2617 

766 

" 

2k 

8252 

147 

418 

2 

1248 

- 

1613 

203 

354 

269 

3082 

916 

" 

30 

9103 

166 

446 

2 

1337 

_ 

1773 

240 

390 

276 ! 

3499 

974 

n 

36 

9356 

176 

519 

3 

l44o 

* 

1917 

273 

^35 

279 

3795 

1019 

H 

42 

10363 


580 

43 

1625 

- 

2011 

286 

463 

279 

3068 

1032 

" 

48 

10746 


618 

61 

1740 

- 

2101 

290 , 

482 

279 

3906 

1093 

» 

54 

11112 


644 

67 

1912 

27 

2133 

291 

492 

279 

3934 

1157 

” 

60 

11373 


667 

75 

2074 

32 

2137 

291 1 

492 

303 

3948 

1178 

" 

66 

11576 


673 

75 

2157 

33 


294 

492 

327 

3960 

1252 


72 

11722 


673 

75 

2227 

33 


301 

493 

361 

3981 

1265 

« 

7S 

u.897 


673- 

75 

2275 

33 


308 

493 

398 

3909 

1340 

" 

04 

11996 


690 

75 

2290 

33 


3H 

493 

413 ' 

3993 

1385 

" 

90 

12197 


706 

76 

2337 

38 


312 : 

512 

450 

4027 

1426 

n 

96 

15944 


1547 

384 

2355 

575 



766 

852 

4924 

1896 

- 

102 

18964 


1879 

725 

2356 

925 


866 


1444 ! 

6051 

2093 

" 

108 

20160 


1686 

750 


930 



866 

2060 ; 

6575 

2112 

n 

Ilk 

20579 



753 





867 

2220 

6816 

2126 

" 

120 

20790 








867 

2299 

6939 

2135 

" 

126 

20864 








868 

2310 

6998 

2138 

" 

132 

20918 









2311 

7051 


" 

138 

20942 









2315 

7071 



144 

20950 










7079 


" 

150 

20951 









1 

7000 









30 June 1953 






Under 6 

2942 

21 

174 

1 

255 


1195 

64 

115 

1 

152 

606 

357 

n 

12 

5553 

43 

295 

1 

Kil 


1620 

133 

244 

295 


611 


18 

7665 

70 

399 

2 

wm 

_ 

1898 

183 

322 

352 


850 

" 

2k 

9000 

133 

400 

2 

la 

- 

2147 

209 

374 

353 


1093 

n 

30 

10005 

170 

405 

2 

1264 

_ 

2339 

252 

4l6 

357 

3615 

1185 

■T 

36 

10785 

106 

451 

2 

1314 

_ ’ 

2485 

289 

454 

363 

4001 

1240 

n 

42 

11384 


522 

32 

1470 

_ 

2603 

308 

495 

363 

4140 

1265 


48 

11828 


598 

55 

1636 

- 

2683 

320 

526 

363 

4179 

1202 


54 

12165 


606 

67 

1752 

4 

2764 

321 

535 

363 

4215 

spa 


60 

12410 


644 

71 

1866 

13 

2768 

322 

539 

375 

4236 



66 

12562 


656 

75 

1932 

14 

2770 

324 

539 

400 

4246 

■BpS 

" 

72 

12719 


657 

75 

2024 

14 


326 

54o 

429 

4252 

wSm 


78 

12803 


657 

75 

2036 

14 


337 

54p 

463 

4252 

1473 

" 

84 

12981 


657 

75 

-2089 

14 


341 

540 

494 , 

4255 

1560 

** 

90 

13073 


686 

75 

2115 

15 


341 

540 

497 

4262 

1586 

" 

96 

14660 


1064 

142 

2155 

139 


342 

692 

759 

4624 

1787 

„ 

102 

18408 


1757 

565 

2164 

553 



91 2 

1177 

5806 

2176 


108 

20199 


1849 

, 671 


599 



912 

1863 

6606 

2237 


114 

20844 



j 680 





913 

2244 

6848 

2249 


120 

21141 



i 681 





943 

2344 

7031 

2262 

„ 

126 

21221 








913 

2381 

7069 

2267 

« 

132 

21259 








914 

2383 

7104 


" 

138 

21295 









2387 

7136 


«» 

144 

21304 










7145 


" 

150 

21307 










7148 



a j Includes Tanker, Reconnaissance, Search t Rescue, Special Research, and Conmunication. 
SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 117 - CALENDAR AGE DISTR IBUTIONv OF THE USAF AIRPLANE INVENTORY - QUARTERLY. FY 1953 


ACE IK MOMTBS 

NUMBER OF AIRPLANES 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 JUNE 1953 

0 

2.9 

1,544 

1,273 

1,469 

1,559 

3-0 

5.9 

1,425 

1A33 

1,283 

1,383 

6.0 

8.9 

854 

1,363 

1,394 

1,257 

9.0 

li-9 

789 

832 

1,349 

1,354 

12.0 

14.9 

683 

740 

823 

1,310 

15.0 

17.9 

581 

660 

722 

802 

18.0 

20.9 

487 

568 

650 

700 

21.0 

23.9 

396 

473 

562 

635 

24.0 

26.9 

396 

391 

462 

550 

27-0 

29.9 

433 

409 

389 

455 

30.0 

32.9, 

316 

367 

402 

386 

33-0 

35.9 

231 

266 

351 

394 

36.0 

36.9 

164 

257 

254 

348 

39.0 

41.9 

188 

208 

253 

251 

1*2.0 

44.9 

227 

186 

202 

253 

45.0 

47.9 

169 

215 

181 

191 

1*8.0 

50.9 

165 

166 

207 

154 

51.0 

53.9 

128 

156 

159 

183 

54.0 

56.9 

153 

125 

147 

133 

57.0 

59-9 

96 

1L8 

Ilk 

112 

60.0 

62.9 

U5 

86 

134 

73 

63.0 

65.9 

36 

122 

69 

79 

66.0 

68.9 

51 

36 

no 

38 

69.0 

71.9 

134 

51 

36 

119 

72.0 I 

74.9 

59 

126 

51 

34 

"I'll 1 1 .. . 1 i'i'i 

77.9 

48 

64 

124 

50 


80.9 

59 

38 

62 

ns 


83.9 

164 

58 

37 

60 


86.9 

1,754 

157 

56 

37 


69.9 ' 

2,420 

1,696 

145 

55 


92.9 

2,097 

2,340 

1,553 

138 

93.0 

95.9 

1,265 

2,023 

2,194 

1,449 

96.0 

98.9 

078 

1,185 

1,893 

2,011 

99.0 

101.9 

481 

823 

1,127 

1,737 

102.0 

104.9 

284 

459 

762 

1,041 

105.0 

107-9 

215 

263 . 

434 

750 

108.0 

110.9 

202 

201 

243 

410 

m.o 

113.9 

76 

182 

176 

227 

114.0 

116.9 

70 

57 

160 

160 

117-0 

119.9 

57 

48 

51 

137 

120.0 

122^9 

47 

38 

kl 

40 

123.0 

125.9 

58 

29 

33 

32 

126.0 

128.9 

26 

36 

25 

2k 

129-0 

131.9 

17 

19 

29 

Ik 

132.0 

134.9 

11 

12 

17 

2k 

135.0 , 

137-9 

7 

6 

7 

12 

136.0 

i4o.9 

2 

6 I 

6 

5 

141.0 

143.9 


2 

2 

4 

144.0 

146.9 



1 

2 

147-0 

149-9 




1 

Average Age In Months 

56.8 

55.7 

53.7 

51.7 


SOURCE: Materiel Statifltics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


CONFIDENTIAL 




















TABLE IIS - USAF AIRCRAFT IN STORAGE BY MODEL - QUARTERLY. FJSCAL YEAR 1953 


TYPE AND MODEL 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 JUNE 1953 

' TOTAL 

1,963 

1,759 

1,675 

2,021 

BOMBER 

666 

6ll 

512 

22® 

B-17 . 


“7 

5 

15 

B-25 . 

35 

8 

- 

- 

B-26 . 

106 

89 

12 

23 

B-29 . 

517 

507 

168 

560 

FIGHTER 

219 

145 

261 

228 

f^*7 . 

175 

105 

155 

100 

F-51 . 

6 

6 

78 

55 

F-80 . 

19 

7 

9 

9 

F-81 . 

lU 

21 

69 

37 

F-8 6 . 

6 

6 

5 

27 

F-91 . 

“ 

" 

1 

* 

RECONNAISSANCE 

1.5 

39 

37 

26 

kb- 17 . 

1 

s 



WB-17 . 

- 

1 

- 

- 

RB-26 . 

3 

1 

4 

1 

RB-29 . 

20 

20 

19 

19 

RB-19 . 

1 

1 

1 

1 

RC-15 . 

1 

1 

- 

- 

RF-51 . 

- 

8 

12 

- 

RJ-80 . 

13 

- 

1 

.2 

rf-86 . 


1 

“ 

3 

SEARCH AND RESCUE 

U 

11 



SB-17.. 

IT 

11 

- 

* 

CARGO 

10 

21 

11 

106 


1 

10 

29 

33 

C-l7 . 

- 

1 


2 

c-5l . 

1 

1 

1 

1 

C-6S . 

It 

h 

13 

70 

C-U9. 

2 

4 

- 

- 

CB-25 . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

CB-26 . 

1 

1 

1 

' 

TRAINER 

897 

852 

710 

1,010 

T-6 . 

119 

119 

155 

1*5 

T-28 . 

388 

367 

387 

368 

T-33 . 

- 

1 

- 

- 

TB-17 . 

2 

2 

- 

- 

TO- 25 . 

3 

2 

- 

- 

TB-26 . 

28 

23 

6 

1 

TB-29 . 

251 

250 

211 

213 

TF-17 . 

106 

68 

16 

13 

COMMUNICATION 

115 

80 

78 

26 

1-13 . 

■55 

7? 

77 

15 

lt-6 . 

1 

2 


- 

H-13 . 

- 

. 

1 

16 

H-19 . 

3 

U 

, 

- 

H-23 . 

16 

~ 

“ 

“ 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/c. 


308700 0 - 54 - 15 
























































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TABLE 119 - INVENTORY OF STORED USAF AIRCRAFT BY LOCATION — QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 


LOCATION 

TOTAL 

BCMBER 

FIGHTER 

CARGO 

TRAINER 

OTHER TYPES a/ 

storage 


STORAGE 

COCOONED 

STORAGE 

STORAGE 



m 

storage 

CCCOOTED 

STORAGE 

STORAGE 

_ 

XCOOrED 

STORAGE 


30 September 1952 

TOTAL 

1,691 

272 

522 

ikk 


2 ? 

10 

1 

610 

87 

157 ■ 

14 

Dv Monthan AFB - . 

59 

136 

26 

81 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

33 

55 

- 

- 

Hill AFB . 

98 


77 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

12 

- 

9 

- 

Kelly aFB .... 

kk2 

- 

23 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

398 

- 

21 

- 

McClellan AFB . . 

101 

14 

51 

11 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

3 

k9 

- 

Mt. Home AFB . . . 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

Norton AFB .... 

176 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

U.5 

- 

60 

- 

pimated AFB . . . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Ontario AFB . . . 

1 

_ 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

Fyote AFB .... 

396 

- 

261 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

133 

- 

- 

- 

Robins AFB .... 

42 

72 

21 

k3 

- 

. 

5 

- 

7 

29 

9 

- 

Tinker AFB .... 

330 

- 

44 

- 

17 k 

- 

- 

- 

111 

- 

1 

* 

Erding AD .... 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

1 

- 

Feancdm A3 ... . 

**3 

- 

17 


18 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

6 

- 

Klsarazu AF ... 

- 

50 


_2_ 

- 

_27 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

14 



31 December 1952 

TOTAL 


El 

k63 

El 

132 

13 

21 

z. 

782 

2° 

121 

2 

Dv Monthan AFB . . 


81 

26 

81 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

88 

* 

- 

- 

Hill AFB . 

89 


73 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

■u 

- 

9 

- 

Kelly AFB ... . 

U 50 

_ 

23 

- 

- 

- 

9 

- 

WbUM 

- 

21 

- 

McClellan AFB . . 

78 

11 

26 

n 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 


k9 

- 

Norton AFB .... 

131 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

115 

- 


- 

Olmsted AFB . . . 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Ontario AFB . . . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 


- 

Pyote AFB .... 

353 

. 

221 

- 

- 

- 


- 

131 

- 


- 

Robins AFB .... 

70 

13 

21 

k3 

- 

- 


- 

35 

- 


- 

Tinker AFB ... . 

159 

68 

k8 


105 

- 


- 

5 

68 


- 

Enivetok IS. * . . 

8 

_ 

- 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

8 

- 

Feamcom AB . . . . 

63 

- 

24 


27 

- 

3 

- 

1 

- 

8 

- 

Klnft.rn.zu AF ... 


_32_ 



- 

_13_ 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

9 


31 March 1953 


TOTAL 


■gl 

mm 

wk 


57 


1 

652 

.88 

21 

lb 

Dv Monthan AFB . . 

59 

136 

26 

81 

_ 

_ 


_ 

33 

55 


- 

Hill AFB . 

96 

5 

70 


- 

- 

25 

- 


5 

1 

- 

Kelly AFB .... 

kko 


21 


- 

- 

10 

- 

397 


12 

- 

McClellan AFB . . 

61 

- 

13 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

~ 

48 

- 

Norton AFB .... 

121 

- 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

115 


5 

- 

Ontario AFB . . . 

1 

_ 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 

Pyote AFB .... 

268 

_ 

180 


- 

- 

1 

- 

87 

- 

- 

- 

Robins AFB .... 

52 

71 

19 

k3 

- 

- 

5 

- 


28 

26 

- 

Tinier AFB .... 

162 

_ 

k3 

- 

102 

- 

- 

- 



- 

- 

Enivetok IS. . . . 

5 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

5 

- 

Feamcom AB . . . . 

25 

- 

3 

- 

18 

- 

2 

- 



1 

- 

Hansbin AB . . . . 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 


- 


“ 

- 

- 

Ivakuni AB . . . . 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

Klsarazu AF ... 

87 

82 

- 

10 

87 

56 


* 


- 

- 

16 

Komacki AB . . . . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


“ 

- 

" 



30 June 1953 


TOTAL 

1 , 77 k 

250 

«sa 

120 

18 k 

kk 

106 

2. 

956 

8k 

12 

2 

Dv Monthan AFB . . 

137 

136 

102 

61 

- 

. 

* 

- 

35 

55 


- 

Hill AFB . 

119 

_ 

70 

- 

- 

- 

k3 

- 

5 


1 

- 

Kelly AFB .... 

821 

- 

23 

- 

- 

- 

53 

- 

718 

- 

27 

- 

McClellan AFB . . 

6 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Norton AFB .... 

106 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

100 

* 

5 

- 

Ontario AFB . . . 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

Pyote AFB .... 

257 

, 

175 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

82 

- 

- 

- 

Robins AFB .... 

29 

6k 

14 

36 

- 

- 

5 

- 

1 

28 

9 

- 

Tinker AFB .... 

19 k 

1 

81 

- 

100 

* 

- 

- 

13 

1 

- 

- 

Enivetok Is. . . . 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

3 

- 

Feamcan AB . . . . 

42 

_ 

3 

- 

30 

- 

5 

- 


- 

3 

- 

Ivakuni AB . . . . 

6 

_ 

3 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 

Klsarazu AF ... 

53 

k9 

- 

3 

53 

44 



■9 


- 

2 


a/ Includes Reconnaissance, Search and Rescue, and Cccniunicatlon 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 
























































































2 07 


TABLE 120 - USAF AND RESERVE FORCES CLASS01Z INVENTORY BY MODEL-QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR’1953 



SOURCE: toterlel statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services 


DCS/C. 























































CONFIDENTIAL 


206 


TABLE 121 - uSAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRCRAFT INVENTORY GAINS AND 


— 





GAIN 

3 




« 



PROI 

UCTIOH 

mm 

















AIRCRAFT 



: • 

FIRST 


CLASS' 

OTHER 

* 

AHD 




■M 




2 / 

i 


INVENTORY 

USAF 

NON -LEAF 


LINE 

salvage 

01Z 

3 

LIKE CLASSIFICATION 

1 JULY 1952 


AGENCIES 

■Mri 




X 

AIRCRAFT - TOTAL 

20,665 

7,605 

4,729 

3,539 

3733? 

±463 


389 

10 

WfM 

? 

First-Line. 

4,706 

13 



~3 

Second-Line ........... 

13,060 

23 

5 

859 

1,082 

376 

4 

2CO 

4 

AIRPLANE - TOTAL 

20,633 

4,729 
47 T& 

3,539 

37334’ 

1,318 

>64" 


3S9 

10 

36® 

165 

5 

6 


7,605 

13 


Second-Line , .. «... 

13,028 

23 

5 

8l4 

1,082 

376 

4 

200 

7 

ccmbat - TOTAL 

9,107 

2,763 

1,579 

434 

643 

23 

8 

35 

8 

BOMBER 

2,914 

364 

46 

104 

94 

m 

■9 

4 

9 


~ToJ 

35T 

45 

“IB 

“ 



5 

10 

Second-Line . 

2,211 

3 

“ 

86 

94 

mM 


1 

11 

TANKER 

295 

148 

- 

- 

- 


1 

- 

12 

First-Line . 

IBS 

148- 

- 

- 

- 


■ 

" 

13 

Second-Line . 

195 

- 


* 

“ 

■ 

* 

“ 

11 


4,994 

■ 2,109 

1,531 

204 

540 

19 

7 

31 

15 



2,106 


TS 

- 

n 

E 

~E 

16 

Second-Line ..... . 

2,525 

.3 

- 

l64 

540 

8 

1 

25 

17 

reconnaissance 

649 

42 

_ 

117 

7 

_1 


- 

18 

First-Line . 

161 

52 

- 

16 

- 

- 

^kb 

- 

19 

Second-Line . 

488 

- 

- 

101 

7 

1 

ipS 

■* 

20 


255 

100 

2 

9 

2 

2 


- 

21 

First-line . 

137 

IS? 

2 

- 

2 

- 


- 

22 

Second-Line . 

118 



9 


2 

■ 


23 

NON-COMBAT - TOTAL 

11,526 

1,966 

1,960 

884 

460 

366 

2 

hl 

21 

SPECIAL RESEARCH 

4 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

25 

First-Line . I T . 

“ 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

26 

Second-Line . 

1 

2 

- 

~ 


~ 

” 

■ 

27 

CARGO 

3,354 

380 

127 

79 

133 

301 

A 

12 

28 

First-Line . 

379 

127 

“3 

- 

- 

- 

T 

29 

Second-Line . 

2,701 

1 

- 

70 

133 

301 

~ 

11 

30 

31 

trainer 

6,862 

2,655 

1,357 

17337 

388 

385 

790 

414 

54 

60 

1 

42 

16 

32 

Second-Line . ...... 

4,207 

- 

- 

376 

54 

60 

1 

26 

33 

CCWUNICATION 

1,306 

757 

227 

1,445 

15 

273 

5 

1 

273 

34 

First-Line . 

513 

YTiCo 

“7 

“19 

5 

“ 

13 b 

35 

Second-Line . 

579 

14 

5 

8 

254 

3 

1 

137 

36 

GLIDER 

1 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



37 

Second-Line . 

T 




I 



■ 

38 

AERIAL TARGET 

31 



45 

_L 



_ 


39 

Second -Line . 

31 




_ 1 




CONFIDENTIAL 






































































CONFIDENTIAL 


209 


LOSSES BY TYPE, MODEL, AND LINE CLASSIFICATION - FISCAL YEAR 1953 





L 

0 S S E S 




| ENDING INVENTORY 

mmsm * 






T R 

A N S F E R S 

1 








CON¬ 

VERSION 

SECOND 

LINE 

salvage 

SURVEY 

BCLM 

CLASS 

01Z 

FOREIGN 

GOV’TS 

(STOCK) 

OTHER 

NON-USAF 

(STOCK) 

NEW 

PRODUCTION 


TOTAL 

USAF 

ANG 

AFR 

CAP 

EAR¬ 

MARKED 

l 

a 

3 

1,363 

1,103 

2,190 

250 

498 

48 

3,099 

7 

23,604 

21,363 

H 

321 


381 

1 

"T3T 

1,052 

763 

“SI 

-55- 

IT 

3^593 

5 

11,364 

I57S73 


35 

WA 

335 

2 

1,212 

21 

1,427 

189 

474 

35 

6 

5 

12,240 

10,490 

I 

272 

519 

45 

3 

1,356 

1,103 

2,176 

250 

49b 

46 

3,099 

7 

23,548 

21,307 

ERSS 

321 

1 519 

3Bl 

4 

^5T 

T/5E5 

~ 7EJ 

61 


IT 

3393 

5 

1X7354- 

lo,873 

lot 

siHfy. 

- 

335 

5 

1,205 

21 

1,413 

189 

474 

35 

6 

5 

12,184 

10,434 

91* 

272 

519 

45 

6 

627 

643 

1,110 

190 

438 

25 

j • 

i 1,168 

- 

10,391 

9,672 

491 

61 

- 

l6l 

7 

435 

94 

169 

16 

6 

15 

46 

„ 

2,745 

2,716 

2i 


_ 

2 

8 

"59 

94" 

"73 

3 

7 

“2 

5S 

7 

■394- 

553 


- 

7 

1 

9 

366 

- 

146 

13 

8 

13 

- 

- 

1,851 

1,823 

21 

- 

- 

1 

10 

5 

_ 

3 



_ 

. 

_ 

435 

435 

. 

, 

_ 

_ 

11 

5 




- 

7 

1 

7 

543 

543 



- 

7 

12 

2 

- 

3 

: 


- 


- 

190 

190 


' 

- 

- 

13 

109 

540 

867 

174 

415 

7 

1,120 

_ 

6,203 

5,533 

37795 

450 

67 

- 

153 

14 

- y * 

345 

499 

TT 

"51 

r 

1,120 

7 

3,932 


. 

7 

137 

15 

55 

- 

377 

163 

394 

6 

- 

- 

2,271 

1,738 


67 

- 

16 

16 

30 

7 

4o 

„ 

! 13 

3 


_ 

723 

703 


_ 


6 

17 

"3 

7 

“7 

- 



7 

7 


1 

^Kp 

4 

7 

_ 

18 

27 


33 

- 

13 

3 

- 

- 

521 

501 


‘ 

; - 1 

6 

19 

4a 

2 

31 

_ 

2 

_ 

2 

_ 

285 

205 

§§ 

_ 

1 

_ 

20 

~r 

- 


- 

7 

7 

5 

7 

535 

53s 

_ 

7 

_ 

7 

21 

47 

2 

■ 


2 




55 

55 





22 

729 

46 0 


60 

60 

21 

1,931 

7 

13,157 

11,635 

529 

254 

5191 

220 

23 



1 






5 

5 





24 















25 















“ 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

26 

98 

133 

149 

11 

14 

11 

117 

1 

3,852 

3,643 

'86 

1.13 

_ 

10 

27 

T 

133 

"25 


- 

7 

ITT 

T 

887 

“378 

c 

‘ ~ 

7 


28 

94 


129 

ilia 

14 

- 

1 

2,965 

2,765 

86 

113 



29 

620 

54 

696 


4i 

8 

312 

6 

7,815 

7,107 

441 

Ikl 

_ 


30 

“IT 

54- 

IBI 

IBI 

3 

9 

332 

5 

43*65 

4,001 

186 

“49 

7 


31 

609 

- 

515 


38 

4 


4 

3,553 

3,106 

335 

92 

- 

20 

32 

11 

273 

220 


5 

2 

1,502 

, 

1,485 

880 

2 

■4 

519 

84 

33 


554 




1 

r?T9s 

7 

““715 

E55 

J 


83 

34 

5 

19 

186 

6 

5 

1 

6 

* 

773 

251 

2. 

‘ 

519 

1 

35 

_ 

- 

1 


_ 

_ 

- 

- 

.. 

- 

_ 

- 

B 

_ 

36 




■ 











37 

7 


13 

1 

ij ' 


1 


56 

56 



I 


38 

7 

■ 

13 


- 


:i 

' 

35 

35 

- 



" 

39 


CONFIDENTIAL 
































































210 


CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 121 - USAF AND RESERVE FCRCES AIRCRAFT INVENTORY GAINS AND LOSSES 







SAIN 






TYPE, MODEL 


PRODUCTION 




CLASS 

OTHER 

g 


aircraft 



CON- 

FIRST 


i 

AND 

INVENTORY 

USAF 

NON-USAF 

VERSION 

LINE 

SALVAGE 

012 

*/ 

3 

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S3 

3 

AND 

LINE CLASSIFICATION 

INVENTORY 

1 JULY 1952 

USAF 

NON-USAF 

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CON¬ 

VERSION 

FIRST 

LINE 

SALVAGE 

CLASS 

012 

OTHER 

5/ 

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RECONNAISSANCE 

649 

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117 

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77 



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25 

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6 

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42 

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7 

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8 

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20 

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7 

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21 

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22 

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153 

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25 

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26 

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27 

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29 

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155 

155 

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7 

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31 

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62 

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35 

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29 

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7 

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36 

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5 

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1 

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37 

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52 

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51 

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55 

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130 

131 

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56 

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CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 121 - USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRCRAFT INVENTORY GAINS AND LOSSES 







GAINS 




1 

TYPE, MODEL 

AND 

LIRE CLASSIPICATION 

AIRCRAFT 

INVENTORY 

1 JULY 1952 

PROD 

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- 


- 

1 


- 

- 

35 

XT-34. 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

"'“‘m 

- 

- 

36 

XT-35 . 

3 

- 


- 



- 

- 

37 

13-17. 

39 

- 

- 

15 

- 

w.vordajfc 

- 

“ 

38 

TB-25. 

816 

* 

- 

177 

- 


- 

- 

39 

TB-26. 

323 

- 

- 

34 

- 


- 

- 

4o 

TB-29. 

343 

- 

- 

6l 

- 


- 

- 

4i 

tb-45 . 

- 

- 

- 

11 

- 


- 


42 

TB-47. 

- 

- 

- 

70 

- 

- 

- 

- 

43 

TB-50 . 

11 

- 

- 

- 

11 

- 

- 

- 

14 

TC-45. 

36 

- 

- 

- 

- 

60 

- 

- 

45 

TC-46. 

1 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

46 

TC-47. 

53 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

47 

TC-54 . 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

48 

XT’ -47. 

l4l 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

21 

49 

TF-51 . 

■ 151 

- 

- 

1 


- 

- 

1 


TRF-51. 

2 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 

51 

TF-80. 

59 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

52 


1 

- 


- 

“ 

_ 

- 

* 

53 


1,306 

227 

1,445 

15 


5 

1 

273 

54 


“TS7 

515 

1,440 


5 

_ 

T3E 

55 


15? 


- 



- 

7 

~5*r 

56 

L-17 . 

1 

- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

57 

L-18. 

- 

* 

164 

MSS' 


- 

- 

- 

58 

4-19. 

71 

20 

482 



- 

- 

19 

59 

L-20. 

66 

122 

52 

2 


- 

- 

- 

60 

L-21 .. 

125 

- 

122 



- 

- 

24 

61 

4-23 . 

- 

- 

43 



- 

- 


62 

LC-126 . 

6 

- 

2 



- 

- 


63 

LT-6 . 

55 

- 

- 


ivf§ .. ' • ' 

1 

- 


64 

H-5 . 

6 

- 

- 


19 

- 

- 


6 5 

H-13 . 

51 

- 

350 


- 

- 

- 

18 

66 

H-19 . 

56 

71 

68 

3 


1 

- 

2 

67 

R-23. 

89 

- 

141 



- 

- 

8 

68 

H-25. 

” 


16 

_ 


* 


1 


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215 


BY TYPE, MODEL, AND LINE CLASSIFICATION - FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Con T .hu*o 


✓ * LOSSES 

ENDING INVENTORY 30 JUNE 1953 






T ft 

A N 5 F E R S 









CON- 

SECOND 

salvage 

CLASS 

FOREIGN 

OTHER 

NEW 







EAR- 

5= 

VERSION 

LINE 

survey 

01Z 

GOV'TS 

NON-USAF 

PRODUCTION 

IN 

TOTAL 

USAF 

ANG 

AFR 

CAP 

MARKED 

i 

a 



RCLM 


(stock) 

(STOCK 
























“ I 















2 

2 

_ 

6 

_ 

1 

6 

_ 

_ 

362 

362 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

10 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

135 

135 

- 

- 

- 

- 

6 


_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

7 


_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

- 

- 

26 

26 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

9 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 


- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

10 

- 

_ 

1 


_ 

_ 

. 

- 

9 

9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

11 

_ 

. 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

12 


_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 


- 

- 

- 

13 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

ko 

40 

- 

- 

- 

- 

l4 

24 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

33 

33 

- 

- 

- 

- 

15 

_ 

- 


_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

16 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

17 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

" 

- 

- 

- 

18 

620 

54 

696 

2 

kl 

8 

312 

6 

7,815 

7,107 

4700I 

.441 

l4l 

- 

126 

TO 

19 

~ET 

5T 

181 

T 

1 

5 

312 

2 

4,262 

17305 


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- 

20 

T 

55 

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5 

- 

5 

r?fo5 

100 


- 

- 

21 

5 

_ 

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- 

2 

- 

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1,011 

962 


49 

- 

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22 

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1 



_ 

> 

- 


l4l 

l4l 

_ 


- 

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23 

2 

_ 

105 


3 

_ 

262 


1,496 

1,469 

6 

_ 

- 

21 

24 






_ 

6 


1 

_ 


_ 

_ 

1 

25 


11 




_ 

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2k 

24 



- 

- 

26 

- 


1 

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- 

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44 


84 

- 

- 

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27 

609 

357 

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515 

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111 

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4 



hm . 

1,230 

3,106 


-1 


' 

28 

29 


_ 

105 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

65 

65 

- 

- 

- 


30 

_ 

_ 

262 

_ 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

163 

163 


- 

- 


31 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

- 

i 

1 

- 

- 

- 


32 

1 

- 

- 

- 

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- 

- 

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1 

1 

- 

- 

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33 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

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_ 

- 

- 

- 

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34 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 


35 

_ 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


36 

6 

_ 


_ 

1 

3 

_ 

_ 

44 

44 

_ 

- 

- 


37 

6 

- 

6 

- 

15 


- 

1 

963 

948 

- 

- 

- 

15 

38 

32 

- 

5 

- 


- 

_ 

- 

320 

313 

7 

. 

- 

- 

39 

29 

- 

39 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

336 

336 


- 

- 

- 

40 


_ 

_ 


_ 


.. 

_ 

11 

11 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4l 

_ 

- 

_ 

1 

. 

. 

_ 

- 

69 

69 

- 

- 

- 

- 

42 

_ 

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_ 


_ 

_ 

- 

- 

22 

22 

- 

- 

- 

- 

43 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

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_ 

_ 

95 

95 

- 

- 

- 

- 

44 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

45 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

52 

52 

- 

- 

- 

- 

46 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

8 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 

47 

89 

- 

39 


22 


- 

- 

13 

13 

- 

- 

- 

- 

48 

11 

- 

11 

_ 

- 

1 

- 

- 

130 

80 

20 

3D 

- 

- 

49 


- 

_ 

- 

- 

, 

- 

- 

3 

2 

1 


- 

- 

50 

35 

- 

5 

_ 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

21 

19 

2 

- 

- 

- 

51 

" 

- 


- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

1 

1 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

52 

11 

T, 

273 

25^ 

220 

57 

5T 

5 

2 

1 

1,502 

1,1+96 



880 

E29 

a 

- 

519 

84 

B3 

53 

54 


557 

~T 

T 


r 

1 

7 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

55 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



- 

- 

- 

1 

56 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

164 

_ 



- 

- 

- 

- 

57 

l 

- 

3 

19 

_ 

_ 

548 

_ 

22 

18 

- 

- 

- 

4 

58 

2 

- 

5 


_ 


58 

- 

180 

180 

- 

- 

- 

- 

59 

_ 


2 


_ 

_ 

122 

- 

147 

147 

- 

- 

- 

- 

60 

* 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

29 

_ 

24 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

23 

61 

_ 

* 

1 


- 

_ 

2 

_ 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

62 

_ 

_ 

15 



_ 

_ 


41 

41 

- 


- 

- 

63 


7 

1 


_ 


_ 

_ 

18 

18 

- 

- 

- 

- 

64 



1 

18 

* 

- 

261 

- 

139 

97 

- 

- 

- 

42 

65 

3 

- 

6 


. 

_ 

73 

- 

119 

116 

- 

- 

- 

3 

66 



_ 

fPiiH 



224 

- 

14 

4 

- 

- 

- 

10 

67 

- 


* 

M3 



15 

- 

2 

2 

* 

- 

“ 

- 

66 


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216 


CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 122 - USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRCRAFT INVENTORY GAINS AND LOSSES 



TYPE, MODEL 
AND 

LINE CLASSIFICATION 


1 COMMUNICATION ♦ ConVd 

2 SECOND-LINE 


* L-5 • 

5 L-13 

6 l -16 

7 XL-17 

8 YL-20 

9 YL-26 

10 H-5 * 

11 YH-12 

12 H-13 

13 YH-10 

14 YH-19 

15 XX-20 

1 6 YH-21 

17 YH-21* 

18 YH-30 


19 |GLIDER 

20 

21 IXG- 


22 AERIAL TARGET 

23 | SECOND-LINE 

24 

25 QB-17 .... 

26 QF-00 .... 

27 QT-33 .... 

28 QB-45 .... 


AIRCRAFT 
INVENTORY 
1 JULY 1952 


productio: 



FIRST 


CLASS 

OTHER 

LINE 

SALVAGE 

012 

y 


a/ Includes gains due to reallocation of USAF aircraft from non-USAF agencies and miscellaneous Inventory 
adjualaaents. 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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217 


BY TYPE, MODEL, AND LINE CLASSIFICATION — FISCAL YEAR 1953 





LOSSES 




ENDING INVENTOR! 30 JUNE 1953 






T R 

ANSFE 

R S 








1 

con- 

SECOND 

SALVAGE 

CLASS 

FOREIGN 

OTHER 

NEW 







EAR- 

£ 

VERSION 

LINE 

S LEVEY 

012 

G0V‘TS 

NON-USAF 

PRODUCTION 

IN 

TOTAL 

USAF 

AUG 

AFR 

CAP 

MARKED 

g 



RCLW 


(STOCK) 

(STOCK) 


ERROR 








5 

19 

106 

6 

5 

1 

6 


773 

251 

2 


519 

1 

1 

2 

r 


tit 



7 

7 

_ 

T27 

- 

- 

- 

157 

- 

3 



43 

_ 

5 

_ 

- 

- 

103 

117 

- 

- 

66 

- 

h 

1 


9Q 


* 

_ 

_ 

- 

32 

32 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 



U 

1 

_ 

_ 


- 

372 

W 

2 

_ 

326 

- 

6 




_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

7 

_ 


_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8 



_ 

_ 

. 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9 

1 

19 

5 

_ 


1 


- 

31 

31 

- 

- 

- 

- 

10 

2 


3 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

6 

6 

- 

- 

* 

- 

11 




3 


_ 

- 

- 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

12 


_ 



_ 


_ 

- 

3 

2 

- 

- 

- 

1 

13 


_ 

1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

14 



1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

15 


_ 


2 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

9 

9 

- 

- 

- 

- 

16 


_ 

. 


_ 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

17 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

* 

~ 

■ 

•* 

18 










_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


19 

— 

— 

I 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

- 

- 

20 



r 

7 

- 

- 

r 

T 

r 

7 

- 

- 

* 


21 

7 

V 

z 

13 

15 

"7 : 

Z 

Z 

i 

: 

z. 

56 

55 

“5 

56 

55 

T 

Z 

7 

7 

■ 

22 

23 

24 



4 




_ 

_ 

4l 

4i 

_ 

_ 

- 


25 



1 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

9 

9 

- 

- 

- 


26 



1 



_ 


_ 

2 

2 

. 

_ 

- 


27 

- 

- 


_ * 

- 

- 

* 

- 

1 

1 

- 

“ 

- 

■ 

20 


CONFIDENTIAL 









































CONFIDENTIAL 


N> 

TABLE 123- USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRCRAFT LOSSES BY CAUSE - FISCAL YEAR 1953 


Basic model includes prefixed versions except those which change the aircraft type. Adjustments have been made for those aircraft which were reported lostoduring 

Fiscal Year 1953 &nd subsequently regained. X. 


TYPE AND MODEL 

TOTAL 

BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR 


NOT BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR 

-57 

T 

0 

T 

A 

L 

ENEMY 
ACTION a/ 

FLYING 

ACCIDENT 

GROUND 

ACCIDENT 

natural 

phe¬ 

nomena 

TESTED 

TO 

DESTRUC¬ 

TION 

FAIR 

WEAR 

AND 

TEAR 

ABNORMAL 

DETER¬ 

IORATION 

IN USE 

ABNORMAL 

STORAGE 

DETER¬ 

IORATION 

NORMAL 

STORAGE 

DETER¬ 

IORATION 

DESTROYED OR 

IMPOUNDED IN 

NON-ENEMY 

COUNTRY 

T 

0 

T 

A 

L 

RECLAMATION 

SALVAGE 

AND 

SURVEY 

CLASS 

oiz 

CLASS 

26 

AND 

32 

TRANSFERS 

FROM 

STOCK 

TRANSFERS 

FROM 

NEW 

PRODUCTION 

TOTAL 


5990 

1346 

315 

886 

29 

24 

40 

44 

4 — 

\ 

1 

1 

4644 

807 

234 

10 

517 

3076 

BCKBER 


251 

109 

4l 

51 

11 

1 

4 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 


142 

59 

16 


22 

45 

B-17 . . . 


■ 5* 

V 


S 


7 

T 

- 

7 

7 

■7 

7 




~ 



B-26 . • • 


63 

51 

29 

15 

7 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

. 

. 

_ 

12 

1 

_ 

_ 

11 


B -29 . . . 


107 

29 

12 

15 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

78 

58 

12 . 

_ 

8 

_ 

B -36 . . . 


6 

6 

- 

3 

1 

1 

1 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 



_ 



_ 

B -145 . . . 


5 

5 

- 

4 

_ 

_ 

1 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 





BJ*7 . . . 


1 2 

6 

- 

4 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

6 

_ 

4 

_ 

2 


B-50 . . . 


7 

7 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

B-5T • ■ • 


1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 


P2V-5 . . 


!>5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


45 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

45 

jd-1 . . . 


1 

- 

4 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 


TANKER 


3 

3 

_ 

2 

_ 

, 

1 

_ 

_ 


_ 








KB-29 . . 

• 

J 

i 

7 

5 

7 

7 

T 

z 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

1—7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

FIGHTER 


2546 

714 

230 

454 

11 


13 

4 

1 



1 

1832 

131 

160 

6 

418 

1117 

P9F ... 


1 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 


7 

7 

” 

_ 

7 



—7 

7 

I 


FJ*7 . . . 


“*37 

36 

- 

22 

3 

- 

9 

2 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

4 01 

99 

_ 

1 

301 

_ 

F-51 . . . 


176 

78 

10 

67 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

96 

1 

8 

_ 

89 


F-80 .. . . 


95 

91 

28 

63 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 


4 

1 

1 

1 

1 


F -82 . . . 


26 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

. 

- 

_ 

25 

23 



2 

_ 

F-84 . . . 


1^95 

252 

90 

15U 

b 

- 

- 

1 

- 

. 

_ 

1 

1243 

4 

142 

3 

_ 

1094 

F-86 . . . 


249 

197 

95 

98 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

52 

1 

4 


24 

23 

F-89 . . . 


10 

5 

- 

4 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

2 

2 

1 

. 


F-90 . . . 


1 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

1 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 



_ 



, 


. . . 


56 

53 

7 

46 

" 

* 

- 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

RECONNAISSANCE 


55 

38 

14 

21 

2 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 




17 

1 



16 


RE -17 . . 



- 

_ 

- 

7 

7 

1 

7 

7 

7 

7 


T 

7 

7 

7 

s 


RB -26 . . 


3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 


RB -29 . . 


4 

4 

2 

1 

1 


_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 


VB -29 . . 


3 

3 

- 

3 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 



_ 


RB .36 . . 


2 

2 

_ 

2 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

- 






RB-45 - - 


1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- - 

- 

~ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

RB -50 . . 


1 

1 

. 

1 

_ 


_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 


_ 

_ 





RC-U5 . . 


2 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

HF -51 . . 


19 

6 

6 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

13 

- 

_ 

_ 

13 


RF -80 . . 


15 

15 

5 

9 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 





RF -66 . . 


2 

2 

1 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 





XB-12 . . 


1 

- 

* 

- 

- 


- 

“ 


- 

“ 

* 

1 

- 

- 

* 

1 

- 


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TABLE 12 3 - USAF AND RESERVE FORCES AIRCRAFT LOSSES BY CAUSE - FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Continued 





BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR 

NOT BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR 




uSIHi 

■ 




TESTED 

FAIR 

ABNORMAL 

ABNORMAL 

NORMAL 

DESTROYED OR 

T 

RECLAMATION 


CLASS 


TRANSFERS 

TYPE AND MODEL 

TOTAL 

0 

EB1 

FLYING 

GROUND 

NATURAL 

TO 

WEAR 

DETER- 

STORAGE 

STORAGE 

IMPOUNDED IN 

0 

SALVAGE 

CLASS 

26 

TRANSFERS 

FROM 




T 











T 









A 

ACTION a/ 

ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT 

FEE- 

DESTRUC- 

AND 

IORATION 

DETER- 

DETER- 

NON-ENEMY 

A 

AND 

01Z 

AND 

FROM 

NEW 



1 

L 




NCMENA 

TION 

TEAR 

IN USE 

IORATION 

IORATION 

COUNTRY 

L 

SURVEY 


32 

STOCK 

PRODUCTION 

COMMUNICATION 


1767 

112 

19 

34 

2 

19 


36 

2 




1655 

104 

46 

1 

7 

1497 

L-4 . . . 


— 2T 

S3 


6 

1 

9 

- 

5 


_ 

_ 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

_ 


L-5 . . . 


1*8 

39 


6 

- 

2 

- 

30 

_ 


_ 

_ 

9 

4 

_ 


5 

_ 

L-13 - . 


98 

1 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

97 

97 

_ 

- 


_ 

l-i6 . . 


16 

11 


5 

1 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

5 


4 

_ 

1 

_ 

L-18 . . 


164 

- 


- 

- 


- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 


164 

_ 


_ 


164 

1-19 • • 


570 

3 


- 

- 

3 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

-567 

_ 

19 

_ 

_ 

548 

L-20 . . 


62 

h 


4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

58 

— 


_ 

_ 

58 

L-21 . . 


124 

2 


2 

- 

- 

- 

. 

. 

. 

- 

_ 

122 

_ 

_ 


. 

122 

L-23 . . 


27 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 


_ 

27 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

27 

YL-26 . . 


3 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

3 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

3 

1C-126 . 


3 

1 


1 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 


_ 



2 

LT-6 . . 


Ik 

Lk 

13 

1 

_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 

_ 

, 


. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

H-5 . . . 


7 

5 

2 

3 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

1 

_ 


1 

_ 

H-12 . , 


3 

2 

- 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 

. 1 

1 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

H-13 . . 


283 

1 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

- 


_ 

. 

_ 


282 

_ 

21 


- 

261 

H-19 . . 


79 

6 

3 

3 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

73 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

73 

XH-2Q . . 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

_ 

_ 

1 

- 


YH-21 . . 


2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. - 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

2 

- 

2 

_ 

_ 

- 

. H-23 . . 

* * 

221 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

221 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 

221 

\ yh-24 . . 


1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

. 

_ 

- 


1 

t H-25 • . 


15 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

15 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

15 

YH-30 . . 


2 

* 

" 

- 

" 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

/ 

GLIDER 


1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

1 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 


/ 

c-18 . . 

‘ * 

T 

t 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

AERIAL TARGET 


13 

12 

_ 

2 

_ 

_ 

10 






1 



1 

_ / 


tj-14 . . 


1 

~E 

T 

T 

7 

7 

5 

7 

7 

7" 


T 

T 

~ 

7 

1 

£ 


9B-17 . . 


4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 

_ 

_ 

- 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

QF-80 . . 


1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

_ 



_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

jHPfl 

_ 

_ 

QT-33 • • 


1 

1 

" 

1 

" 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

~ 

- 

- 

■ 

“ 

- 



a/ Includes aircraft lost in FEAF. for the following reasons: Lost on Combat Mission Due to Enemy Action, Lost on Combat Mission Not Due to Enemy Action, Missing on 
Combat Mission or Unknown, Lost Due to Enemy Action Not on Combat Mission, and Aircraft Abandoned. 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS /c 


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22 1 


TABL-E 124- STATUS AND LINE CLASSIF I CATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLY, F I 5CAL YEAR 1953 


TYPE 

AND 

TOTAL 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 


FIRST 

SECOND 


FIRST 

SECOND 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

SECOND 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

LINE 

LINE 

TOTAL 

LINE 

LINE 

LINE 

LINE 


30 September 1952 

AIRCRAFT - TOTAL 

20096 

8310 

11786 

16074 

7039 

9035 

4022 

1271 

2751 


2934 

797 

2137 

1665 

509 

1156 

1269 

288 

981 

B -17 . 

~cr 


5T 

— 57 

- 


IS 

- 

TT 

B-24. 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-25. 

140 

_ 

140 

9 

- 

9 

131 

- 

131 

B-26. 

621 

_ 

. 621 

403 

- 

403 

218 

- 

218 

B -29 . 

1319 

- 

1319 

710 

- 

710 

609 

* 

609 

B-36. 

158 

157 

1 

129 

129 

- 

29 

28 

1 

B-U 3 . 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

“ 

1 

B -45. 

78 

69 

9 

68 

6l 

7 

10 

8 

2 

B-U7. 

311 

310 

1 

73 

73 

- 

238 

237 

1 

B-50. 

261 

26l 

- 

246 

246 

- 

15 

15 

- 

B-51. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-6o. 

2 

- 

2 

“ 



2 

- 

2 

TAMER 

325 

132 

193 

297 

116 

181 

28 

16 

12 

KB-29M . 

“8T 


■51 

“80 

- 

"35 

1 

- 

1 

KB-29? . 

112 

_ 

112 . 

101 

- 

101 

11 

. - 

11 

KC-97. 

• 132 

132 

- 

116 

Il6 

- 

16 

16 

■ 

FIGHTER 

4735 

2624 

2111 

3949 

2368 

1581 

786 

256 

530 

FS 7 :::::: 

1 

376 

- 

1 

376 

122 

“ 

122 

254 

- 

254 

F-5I. 

757 

. 

757 

729 

- 

729 

28 

- 

28 

F-BO. 

581 

116 

465 

477 

101 

376 

io4 

15 

09 

F -82. 

36 

_ 

36 

13 

- 

13 

23 

- 

23 

F-84. 

1497 

1159 

338 

1368 

1117 

251 

129 

42 

87 

F-86. 

876 

747 

129 

744 

656 

68 

132 

91 

4l 

F-S8. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

F-09. 

185 

184 

1 

109 

109 

- 

76 

75 

1 

F-91. 

1* 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

F-92. 

1 


1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

F-94. 

422 

418 

4 

387 

385 

2 

35 

33 

2 

RECONNAISSANCE 

649 

172 

477 

536 

147 

389 

113 

s 

21 

88 

RB-17 . . . 


- 

17 

11 

- 

11 

- 


VfB -17. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

“ 


RB-25. 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

* 

- 


111 

- 

111 

95 

- 

95 

l6 

- 

16 

RB-29. 

56 

- 

56 

36 

- 

36 

20 

- 

20 

WB-29 . 

82 

_ 

82 

82 

- 

82 


- 

- 

RB -36 . 

105 

105 

- 

80 

80 

- 


25 

- 

RB -A 5 « ■ a • • 

25 

25 

- 

25 

25 

- 


- 

- 

RB-49 • • . » • 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

RB-50 ..... 

42 

42 

- 

42 

42 

- 


- 

- 

RC -45 . . . » • 


- 

6 

5 

- 

5 


- 

1 

RC -47 ..... 


- 

7 

7 

- 

7 


_ 

~ 

KF -51 . 


- 

38 

27 

- 

27 

11 

- 

11 

RF -So 4 • . . • 


- 

149 

119 

- 

119 

30 

- 

30 

Rf-84 . 


- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

RF-86 . 


- 

4 

4 

- 

4 

- 

_ 


SEARCH & RESCUE 


151 

111 

“7 

245 

146 

99 

1 

23 

11 

12 

SA-1& . 

157 

157 

- 

146 

146 

- 

11 

11 

- 

SB-17 . 

56 


56 

44 

- 

44 

12 

- 

12 

SB-29 . 

33 


33 

33 

- 

33 

- 

- 

- 

sc -by . 

6 


6 

6 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

SC-54 . 

3 


3 

3 

- 

3 


- 

- 

SH-5 . 

£ 


6 

6 

“ 

6 

“ 

' 

' 

SPECIAL RESEARCH 

4 


4 

_ 


- 

4 

- 

4 

X-l. 

i 

- 

r 

- 

- 

- 


- 


X-4 . 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

X-5. 

1 

' 

1 




1 


I 


308700 O - 54 - 16. 


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TABLE 1 24 - STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 — Continubd 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND. 

LINE 




30 September 1952 

Continued 




CARGO 

3232 

728 

2554 

2976 

677 

2299 

IS 

51 

N> 

\r. 

\n 

. 

449 

T 

£49 

424 

- 

424 

■r ■ 

- 

25 

C-46. 

340 


340 

222 

- 

222 

118 

- 

118 

C-47 . 

1251 

- 

1251 

1197 

- 

1197 

54 

- 

54 

C-53. 

1 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

*■ 

" 

0-54. 

384 

- 

384 

340 

- 

340 

44 

“ 

44 

C-7 1 *. 

11 

11 

- 

11 

11 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-82. 

135 

120 

15 

121 

111 

10 

14 

9 

5 

C-97. 

63 

68 

- 

62 

62 

- 

6 

6 

- 

c-99. 

1 

_ 

1 

■ 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

C-11T. 

15 

- 

15 

l4 

- 

14 

1 

- 

1 

C-llS. 

10 

10 

- 

3 

3 

- 

7 

7 

- 

c-119. 

345 

345 

- 

327 

327 

- 

18 

18 

- 

C-120 . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

* 

1 

C-121 . 

10 

10 

- 

10 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C -122 . 

10 

_ 

10 

10 

- 

10 

- 

- 

- 

C-124 . 

165 

164 

1 

153 

153 

- 

12 

11 

1 

C-125 . 

1 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

* 

- 

VB-17 . 

40 

_ 

40 

38 

* 

30 

2 

- 

2 

CB-25 . 

9 

- 

9 

8 

- 

Q 

1 

- 

1 

VB-25 . 

32 

_ 

32 

32 

- 

32 

- 

- 

- 

CB-26 . 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

VB-26 . 

2 

_ 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

CB -29 . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

■ 

1 


6924 

3123 

3801 

5663 

2643 

3020 

1261 

480 

781 

biaMKiS 

5555 

I35F 

1541 

2317 

1355 

q?4 

“315 

2 

317 

T-7 . 

163 


163 

l6l 

- 

l6l 

2 

* 

2 

T-Ll . 

330 

_ 

330 

330 

- 

330 

- 

- 

- 

T-28 . 

767 

765 

2 

345 

345 

* 

422 

420 

2 

T-29 . 

90 

90 

- 

8a 

82 

- 

8 

. 8 

- 

T-33 . 

868 

868 

- 

820 

820 

- 

48 

48 

- 

T-34. 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

T-35 . 

3 

. 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

TB-17 . 

37 

_ 

37 

33 

- 

33 

4 

- 

4 

TB-25 . 

866 

. 

866 

845 

- 

845 

21 

- 

21 

TB-26 . 

310 

_ 

310 

262 

- 

262 

48 

- 

48 

TB-29 . 

335 

- 

335 

75 

- 

75 

260 

- 

260 

tb-45 . 

9 

- 

9 

8 

- 

8 

1 


1 

TB-50 . 

24 

5 

19 

22 

3 

19 

2 

2 

- 

TC-45 . 

96 

- 

96 

96 

- 

96 

- 

- 

- 

tc-47 . 

52 

- 

52 

52 

- 

52 

- 

- 

- 

TC-54. 

a 

- 

8 

7 

- 

7 

1 

- 

1 

TF-47. 

122 

_ 

122 

1 

- 

1 

121 

- 

121 

TF-51 . 

146 

_ 

146 

146 

- 

146 

- 

- 

- 

TRF-51. 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

tt-80. 

56 

_ 

56 

52 

- 

52 

4 

- 

4 

TH-5. 

1 

“ 

1 

* 1 

“ 

1 

“ 

‘ 

' 


937 

577 

360 

716 

433 

283 

221 

144 

77 

u:.... . . 

17 

- 

T7 

“17 

- 

T7 

- 


- 

L-5. 

1 V 7 

. 

147 

145 

- 

145 

2 

- 

2 

L-13 . 

115 

- 

115 

50 

- 

50 

65 

- 

65 

l-i6. 

68 

57 

11 

67 

56 

11 

1 

1 

- 

L-17. 

4 

1 

3 

1 

1 

- 

3 

* 

3 

L-19. 

24 

24 

- 

2 

2 


22 

22 

- 

L-20. 

109 

108 

1 

97 

96 

1 

12 

12 

- 

L-21. 

148 

148 

- 

148 

148 


- 

- 

- 

LC-126 . 

7 

7 

- 

5 

5 



2 

- 

lt-6. 

53 

53 

- 

52 

52 


m 

1 

* 

H-5. 

49 

2 

47 

48 


46 


- 

1 

H-12. 

8 


8 

5 




- 

3 

H-13. 

50 

46 


27 


laUbJ 


23 

- 

H-ie. 

1 2 

_ 


2 




- 

- 

H-19. 

65 

61 


43 

42 



19 

3 

H-23. 

70 

70 


6 

6 

IHRiMHI 


64 

* 

H-24. 

1 


c 

1 

- 

1 

l 

■ 

“ 


1 


H 

_ 

- 


K 

- 

1 

0-18. 

r 


r 



11 

1 


r 


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223 


TABLE t 24 - STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Coht^ucd 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 

TOTAL 

FIB ST 
LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LIKE 

SECOND 

LIKE 

TOTAL 

• FIRST 
LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 


30 September 1952 - Continued 


AERIAL TARGET 

37 


37 

27 


27 

10 


10 

5^15 r; . . 


- 

"5 

T 

- 

a— 

T 

- 

T 

QB-17 . 


- 

15 

lU 

- 


1 

- 

1 

QB-45. 


- 

1 


- 


1 

- 

1 

qF-80. 

10 

_ 

10 

4 

- 


6 

- 

6 

9T-33 . 

3 

“ 

3 

2 

- 

2 

1 

* 

l 


31 December 1952 


AIRCRAFT - TOTAL 

20474 

8938 

11536 

16456 

7570 

8886 

4018 

1368 

2650 

BOMBER 

2856 

832 

2024 

1666 

564 

1102 

1190 

268 

922 

B -17. 

■ tt 

— 

41 

TI 

- 

5T 



T3 

B-2U. 

1 


1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-25. 

91 

- 

91 

9 

- 

9 

82 

- 

82 

b-26. 

595 

* 

595 

369 

- 

369 

226 

- 

226 

B-29. 

1280 

_ 

1280 

689 

- 

689 

591 

- 

591 

B-36. 

166 

166 

- 

147 

147 

- 

19 

19 

- 

B-J*3. 

1 

.. 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B—4-5. 

74 

66 

8 

54 

50 

4 

20 

16 

4 

B-A7. 

345 

344 

1 

123 

123 

- 

222 

221 

1 

B-50. 

256 

256 

- 

244 

244 

- 

12 

12 

- 

B-51. 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-60. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

TANKER 

380 

168 

192 

302 

143 

159 

58 

25 

33 

KB-29M .... 

■si 

_ 

*HT 

Tff 

■ 



- 

~i 

KB-29P .... 

UO 

- 

110 

81 

- ■ 

81 


- 

29 

YKB -29P .... 

1 

_ 

1 

- 


- 


- 

1 

KC-97 . 

168 

168 

- 

143 

1 


25 

25 

- 

FIGHTER 

4993 

2862 

2131 

' 40L4 

.1 

1613 

979 

46l 

518 

F9P .. 

L 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 

F-47. 

316 

- 

316 

84 

. 

84 

232 

- 

232 

F-51. 

742 

_ 

742 

701 

- 

701 

4l 

- 

4l 

F -80. 

559 

84 

475 

479 

71 

408 

80 

13 

67 

F-62. 

35 


35 

8 

- 

8 

27 

- 

27 

F-84. 

1611 

1230 

38i 

1403 

1120 

283 

208 

UO 

98 

F -86. 

1089 

917 

172 

861 

734 

127 

228 

183 

45 

F-sa. 

2 


2 

. 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

F-89. 

198 

197 

1 

Ill 

Ill 


87 

86 

1 

F-91. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

F -92. 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

F-9*». 

1*38 

• 

434 

4 

367 

365 

2 

71 

69 

2 

RECOy^JSSANCE 

652 

T! 

182 

470 

17 

550 

ir 





85 

~ 

WB-17 . 

1 

- 

1 

- 





1 

RB-25. 

3 

- 

3 

3 





- 

hb-26. 

111* 

_ 

ll4 

103 


Bn 



11 

RB-29 . 

51 

_ 

51 

27 


27 

24 


24 

WB-29. 

81 

_ 

81 

81 


81 

- 


- 

ra-36. 

116 

116 


110 


_ 

6 


- 

RB-45. 


2l* 


13 


- 

11 

11 

- 

RB-47. 


1 


1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

RB-U9 . 

WUm 9r 

- 


_ 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

RB-50. 

Kn 

41 


4i 

4l 

- 

- 

- 

- 

RC-1*5. 

§■9 

- 


5 

- 

5 

1 

- 

1 

rc-47. 


- 


7 

- 

7 

2 

- 

2 

RC-54. 


_ 


1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

RF-51. 

34 

_ 

34 

26 

_ 

26 

8 

- 

8 

RF-SO. 

146 

_ 

146 

118 

- 

118 

28 

- 

28 

RF-84 . 

2 

_ 

2 


_ 

- 

2 

- 

2 

RF-86 . 

1* 

- 

4 

3 

“ 

3 

1 


*1 

SEARCH 'ft RESCUE 

293 

192 

101 

252 

171 

61 

41 

21 

20 

SA-ld . ". '. . . 


. 

T 



1 

_ 

- 

- 

SA-16 . 

190 

190 


169 

169 

~ 

21 

21 

- 


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224 


CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 124 - STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1 953 - Cont.nucd 


TYPE 

TOTAL 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 


ATID 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

Second 

line 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LIKE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 




31 December 1952 

- Continued 




SEARCH 8 c RESCUE 

(Cont ’d.) 








20 

SB-17 . 

1+9 

- 

49 

29 

* 

29 

20 

- 

SB-29 . 

36 

_ 

36 

36 

- 

36 

- 

- 

- 

SC-47. 

6 

- 

6 

6 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

SC-51*. 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

SH-5 . 

6 

2 

4 

6 

2 

4 

" 


“ 

SPECIAL RESEARCH 

4 

. 

4 

_ 


_ 

4 

- 

4 

X-l. 

1 

- 

r 

- 

- 

- 

1 

“ 

r 

X-4 . 

2 

_ 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

X-5 . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

CARGO 

3385 

710 

2675 

3043 

662 

2381 

342 

4ft 

294 


510 

—~ 

-5TS 

154 

- 

T9T 

"56 

- 

“56 

C-46. 

301 

, 

301 

170 

- 

170 

131 

- 

131 

C -47 

1238 

- 

1238 

1184 

- 

1184 

54 


54 

C-53. 

1 

_ 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

C-54. 

376 

_ 

376 

333 

- 

333 

43 

- 

53 

C-74. 

11 

10 

1 

11 

10 

1 

- 

- 

- 

C-82. 

136 


136 

122 

- 

122 

l4 

- 

14 

C-97. 

68 

68 

- 

63 

63 

- 

5 

5 

- 

C”99 «■*••• 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

C-117. 

15 

- 

15 

15 

- 

15 

- 

- 

- 

c-118 . 

18 

18 

- 

14 

14 


4 

4 

- 

C-L19. 

407 

406 

1 

383. 

382 


24 

24 

- 

C -120. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 


1 

- 

1 

C-121. 

10 

10 

- 

10 

10 


- 

- 

- 

C-122 . 

10 

_ 

10 

10 

- 


- 

- 

- 

C-124. 

199 

198 

1 

183 

183 

- 

16 

15 

1 

C-125 . 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

VB-17 . 

39 

- 

39 

38 

- 

38 

1 

- 

1 

CB-25 . 

7 

- 

7 

6 

- 

6 

1 

- 

1 

VB-25. 

32 

- 

32 

32 

- 

32 

- 

- 

- 

CB-26 < • i • ■ 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

vb-26 . 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

CB-29 . 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

* 

TRAINER 

7099 

3501 

3598 

5945 

3024 

2921 

1154 

477 

677 

T-6 . 

2587 

1555 

1158 


1555 

-955 

233 

- 

535 

T-7. 

124 


124 

121 

- 

121 

3 

- 

3 

T-ll. 

254 


254 

248 

_ 

248 

6 

- 

6 

T-28. 

851 

849 

2 

425 

425 

- 

426 

424 

2 

T-29 ...... 

109 

109 

- 

102 

102 

- 

7 

T 

- 

T-33. 

1092 

1092 

- 

1049 

1049 

- 

43 

43 

- 

t-34. 

3 

- 

3 

2 

- 

2 

1 


1 

T-35 . 

3 


3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

TB-17 . 

4o 

_ 

4o 

35 

- 

35 

5 

- 

5 

TB-25 . 

911 

- 

911 

889 

- 

889 

22 

- 

22 

TB-26 . 

294 

.. 

294 

231 

- 

231 

63 

- 

63 

TB-29 . 

352 

- 

352 

96 

- 

96 

256 

” 

256 

TBJ»5 . 

10 

- 

10 

9 

- 

9 

1 


1 

TB-50 . 

44 

22 

22 

4l 

19 

22 

3 

3 

- 

TC-45 . 

95 

- 

95 

95 

- 

95 

- 

- 

- 

t;J*7. 

52 

- 

52 

52 

- 

52 

_ 


- 

TC-54. 

8 

, 

8 

8 

- 

8 


- 

- 

TPJt7. 

73 

. 

73 

- 

- 

- 

73 

- 

73 

TF-51 . 

138 


138 

136 

- 

136 

2 


2 

TRF-51 . 

2 


2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

tf-8o . 

56 


56 

46 

- 

46 

10 

” ■ 

10 

TH 5. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

“ 

“ 

' 

ItMflJSflCATION 

L-5. 

794 

125 


303 

IS 

653 

I5T 

440 

213 

3ST 


51 

90 

T 

L-13. 

109 


109 

35 

- 

35 


- 

74 

L-l6. 

51 


25 

50 

26 

24 


- 

1 

L-17. 

4 


3 

1 

1 

- 



3 

L-19. 

14 

14 

- 

2 

2 

- 

12 

12 

- 

L-20. 

130 

129 

1 

123 

122 

1 

7 

7 


L-21. 

148 

148 

- 

148 

148 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LC-126. 

5 

5 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

5 

5 

- 

LT-6. 

49 

49 

- 

47 

47 

“ 

2 

- 

2 

” 


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225 


TABLE 124 - STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Comtinuko 


TYPE 

Afro 

MODEL 

total 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

total 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 




31 December 1952 

«» Continued 




atKawadAUCw (c 

jit'd) 









h-5 . 

49 

25 

24 


25 

23 

1 

- 

1 

H-12. 

6 


6 


- 

4 

2 

- 

2 

H-13. 

28 

26 

2 

24 

23 

1 

4 

3 

1 

h-i8 . 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

H-19. 

53 

49 

4 

46 

45 

1 

7 

4 

3 

E-20. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

H-21. 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

3 

* 

3 

H-23 . 

l4 

l4 

- 

1 

1 

- 

13 

13 

- 

E-24. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 


- 

- 

H-25 . 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 


5 

- 

GLIDER 

1 


1 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Hfeiiiii 

- 

1 

G-18 . 

r 

- 

T 

* 

- 

“ 

r 

- 

1 

AERIAL TARGET 

37 


mm 

31 

. 

31 

6 

_ 

6 

Q-14 . 

“8 

- 



- 



* 

1 

QB-17 . 

15 

- 



- 



- 

- 

QB-45 . 

I 

- 



- 



- 

1 

ap-8o . 

10 

- 

10 


- 



- 

3 

«r-33 . 

3 

- 

3 


“ 

iiiKfli 


■ 

1 


31 March 1953 

AIRCRAFT - TOTAL 

20989 

9944 

1104; 

16873 

6450 

8423 

4ll6 

1494 

2622 

BOMBER 

2815 

904 

19H 

1695 

660 

1035 

1120 

244 

876 

B-17 . . 

“TO 

* 

44 

33 

- 

"TJ 

11 

- 

11 

b-24 . 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-25 . 

67 

- 

67 

9 

- 

9 

58 

- 

58 

B-26. 

565 

- 

565 

353 

- 

353 

212 

- 

212 

B-29. 

1213 

_ 

1213 

633 

- 

633 

580 

- 

580 

B-36. 

173 

173 

- 

1U1 

l4l 

- 

32 

32 

' - 

B-43. 

1 

- 

1 

* 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

BJ*5. 

72 

59 

13 

53 

47 

6 

19 

12 

7 

B-4T. 

421 

419 

2 

231 

231 

- 

190 

188 

2 

B-50. 

252 

252 

- 

241 

241 

- 

11 

11 

- 

8-51. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-52 . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-57 . 

■1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

B-60 . 

2 

_ 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

JD-1 . 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

TANKER 

393 

203 

190 

349 

182 

167 

44 

21 

23 

KB-29M . 

nr 

_ 

"ST 

"75 

- 

"75 

n 



KB-29P. 

109 

- 

109 

92 

- 

92 

17 


17 

KC-97 . 

203 

203 


182 

182 

- 

21 


- 


5123 

3348 

2075 

4232 

2720 

1512 

1191 


563 

m~r . 



r 

- 

- 

- 


- 

— r 

F-47 .. 

252 

_ 

252 

60 

- 

60 

192 

- 

192 

F-51. 

644 

_ 

644 

514 

- 

514 

130 

- 

130 

F-80. 

538 

38 

500 

465 

31 

434 

73 

7 

66 

F-82. 

34 

_ 

34 

9 

- 

9 

25 

- 

25 

F-a. 

1813 

1398 

415 

1530 

1213 

317 

283 

185 

98 

f-86. 

1471 

1253 

218 

1183 

1009 

174 

288 

244 

44 

F-88. 

2 

_ 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

2 

- 

■ 2 

F-89. 

198 

196 

2 

87 

87 

- 

111 

109 

2 

F-91. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

F-92 . 

1 

_ 

1 

- 

. 

- 

1 

- 

1 

F-94 . 

468 

46 3 

5 

384 

380 

4 

a 

83 

1 

RF.C0NNAIS3ABCE 

660 

191 

469 

534 

180 

354 

126 

11 

115 

1:1TB IrflHVrt 

nr 


nr 

nr 

- 

nr 


- 

- 

WB-17 ..... 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

RB-25 ..... 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

RB-26 . 

uu 

- 

114 

94 

- 

94 

20 

* 

20 

rb-29 ..... 

50 

- 

50 

30 

- 

30 

20 

- 

20 

WB-29 . 

80 

- 

80 

79 

- 

79 

1 

- 

1 

RB-36 . 

123 

123 


122 

122 


1 

1 



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TABLE 124 - STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Comt.hu* o 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

-I 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 





31 March 1953 - 

Continued 




RECONNAISSANCE (C 

5nt r d) 









RB-45. 

24 

24 


14 


- 

10 

10 

- 

RB-47. 

1 

1 

n m Ml 

1 

Hah- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

RB-49. 

1 

- 


- 


- 

1 

- 

1 

RB-50 . 

4i 

4l 


4l 

4l 

- 

- 

- 

- 

RC-45. 

6 

- 

11B* 

6 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

HC-47. 

17 

- 


9 


9 

8 

- 

8 

RC-54 . 

1 

. 


1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

HF-51 . 

30 

. 

30 

6 

- 

6 

24 

- 

24 

ef-80 . 

143 

- 

143 

104 

- 

104 

39 

- 

39 

RF-84. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

RF-86 . 

6 

2 

4 

6 

2 

4 

“ 

- 

“ 

SEARCH Si RESCUE 

295 

214 

81 

256 

196 

60 

39 

is 

21 

SA-Ib ". 

517 

514 

_ 

156 

156 

- 

18 

IS 


SB-17 . 

35 

- 

35 

14 


14 

21 

• 

21 

SB-29 . 

36 

- 

36 

36 

- 

36 

- 

1 

- 

SC-47. 

6 

- 

6 

6 

- 

6 

- 

- 

- 

SC-54. 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

SH-5. 

1 

“ 

1 

1 

- 

1 


” 

” 

AERIAL TARGET 

5 


5 




5 


5 

X-l. 

5 

_ 

5 

_ 

- 

- 

5 

- 

5 

X-4. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

X-5. 

1 

- 

1 


- 

- 

1 

• 

1 

CARGO 

3495 

800 

2695 

3166 

743 

2423 

329 

57 

272 

irnr. . 


- 


*537 

- 

“537 

26 

- 

“58 

C-46. 

293 

- 

293 

167 

- 

167 

126 

- 

126 

C-47. 

1223 

- 

1223 

1166 

- 

1166 

57 

- 

57 

C-53. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

C-54. 

374 

- 

374 

330 

- 

330 

44 

- 

44 

C-7 1 *. 

11 

10 

1 

11 

10 

1 

- 

- 

- 

C-02. 

135 

- 

135 

122 

- 

122 

13 

- 

13 

c-97. 

70 

70 

- 

67 

67 

- 

3 

3 

“ 

C-99. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

C-117. 

15 

- 

15 

15 

- 

15 

- 

- 

- 

C-118. 

17 

17 

_ 

14 

14 

- 

3 

3 

- 

c-119. 

465 

464 

1 

448 

447 

1 

17 

17 

- 

C -120. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

* 

- 

1 

- 

1 

C-121. 

10 

10 

- 

10 

10 

- 

- 

- 

- 

C-122 . 

9 

- 

9 

8 

- 

8 

1 

- 

1 

C-124 . 

230 

229 

1 

195 

195 

- 

35 

34 

1 

C -125 . 

1 

- . 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

VB-17 . 

40 

- 

40 

40 

- 

4o 

- 

- 

- 

VB-25 . 

32 

- 

32 

32 

- 

32 

- 

- 

- 

CB-26 ..... 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

re -26 . 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

CB-29 . 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 


7032 

3768 

3264 

5919 

3297 

2622 

1113 

471 

642 


5555 

I75T 


sm 


664 

T87 

- 

357 

T-7. 

97 

- 

97 

95 

- 

95 

2 

- 

2 

T-U. 

217 

- 

217 

207 

- 

207 

10 

- 

10 

T-28. 

912 

910 

2 

513 

513 

- 

399 

397 

2 

T-29. 

127 

127 

- 

120 

12C 

- 

7 

7 

- 

T-33. 

1286 

1286 

- 

1219 

1219 

- 

67 

67 

- 

T-34. 

3 

- 

3 

2 

- 

2 

1 


1 

T-35. 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 


- 

TB-17 . 

44 

- 

44 

39 

- 

39 



5 

TB-25 . 

933 

- ' 

933 

902 

- 

902 

IWi 


31 

TB-26. 

291 

- 

291 

257 

- 

257 



3 1 * 

TB-29. 

331 

- 

331 

111 

- 

111 



220 

TB-45. 

11 

- 

11 

8 

- 

8 

3 


3 

TB-50 . 

46 

24 

22 

46 

24 

22 

- 


- 

TC-45. 

95 

- 

95 

95 

• 

95 

- 


- 

TC-47. 

52 

- 

52 

52 

- 

52 

* 


- 

TC-54. 

8 

_ 

8 

8 

- 

8 

- 


- 

TF-47. 

22 

~ 

22 

' 

' 


22 

| 

22 


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227 


TABLE 124 -STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 
QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR J953 - Continued 


TYPE 

AND 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

ACTIVE 

INACTIVE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 





31 March 1953 - 

Continued 


• 

TRAINER ( Cant' d) 
TF-51. 

105 


105 

105 


105 


_ 

_ 

TRF-51 .... 

3 

u 

3 

2 

- 

2 

1 

* 


tf-8o . 

53 

- 

53 

49 

- 

49 

4 

“ 


TH-5 ..... 

1 

- 

1 

1 

“ 

1 




COMMUNICATION 

633 

516 

317 

693 

472 

221 

140 

44 

96 

L-5. 

TI? 


m 

m 

- 

TIB 

T 

- 

1 

L-i3. 

96 

* 

98 

20 

- 

2d 

78 

- 

78 

L-16. 

50 

_ 

50 

49 

- 

49 

1 


1 

L-17. 

i* 

1 

3 

1 

1 

- 

3 

“ 

3 

L-19. 

2 

2. 

- 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-20. 

156 

155 

1 

144 

143 

1 

12 

12 

- 

L-21. 

148 

146 

- 

148 

148 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-23. 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

2 

- 

LC -126 .... 

5 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

5 

- 

LT-6. 

48 

48 

- 

48 

48 

- 

- 

- 

- 

H-5 .. 

50 

24 

26 

50 

24 

26 

- 

- 

- 

H-12. 

6 

_ 

6 


- 

2 

4 

- 

4 

H-13. 

53 

51 

2 


48 

1 

4 

3 

1 

H-l8. 

2 

_ 

2 


- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

H-19. 

79 

76 

3 

55 

54 

1 

24 

22 

2 

H-20. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 


? 

H-21. 

5 

- 

5 


- 

2 

3 


3 

H-23. 

2 

2 

- 


2 

- 

- 

' 

- 

H-25. 

2 

2 

“ 


2 

- 

” 



GLIDER 

1 

_ 

1 



- 

1 

- 

1 

6-it). 

.T 

- 

1 



” 

r 

” 

1 

AERIAL TARGET 

37 


37 

29 

_ 

29 

8 

_ 

8 

H-ir. 


_ 


1 

- 

T 

r 

- 

r 

QB-17 . 


_ 


17 

- 

17 

4 

- 

4 

OB-45. 


- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

OF-00 . 


- 


8 

- 

8 

1 

- 

1 

QT-33 .".... 


- 


1 

“ 

_ - _ 

1 

” 

1 


30 June 1953 



AIRCRAFT * TOTAL 

21363 

10873 

10490 

17108 

9200 

7828 

4255 

1593 

2662 

BOMBER 

2716 

S21 

1023 

1644 

692 

952 

1072 

201 

£U 

R.17 _ , . . 

4l 


41 

31 

- 

31 

10 

- 

10 

B-24. 

1 

_ 

1 

_ 

- 

_ 

1 


1 

B-25. 

35 

- 

35 

9 

- 

9 

26 

- 

26 

b-26. 

529 

_ 

529 

370 

- 

370 

159 

- 

159 

B -29. 

1192 

. 

1192 

527 

- 

527 

665 

- 

665 

b -36. 

184 

184 

- 

151 

151 

- 

33 

33 

- 


1 

_ 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-45. 

72 

53 

19 

54 

39 

15 

is 

14 

4 

B -47 ..... 

4o6 

4o4 

2 

262 

262 

- 

144 

142 

2 

B-50. 

251 

251 

- 

240 

240 

- 

11 

11 

- 

B-51. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

B-52. 

2 

- 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

• - 

2 

B-57. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

1 

■ 

TANKER 

435 

245 

190 

385 

221 

164 

50 

24 

26 

KB-29M .... 

"sr 

_ 

”8T 

IB 

- 

"75 

T 

- 


KB-29P .... 

109 

_ 

109 

86 

- 

86 

23 


23 

kc-97 . 

245 

245 

* 

221 

221 

- 

24 

24 


FIGHTER 

F9S 1 . . . . - . 

5533 

3795 

1738 

4379 

3046 

1331 

1154 

1 

747 

407 

1 

FJ*7. 

l4g 

_ 

149 

18 

- 

18 

131 

- 

131 

F-51. 


_ 

*05 

343 

- 

343 

92 

- 

92 

F-80. 


2 


464 

2 

462 

52 

- 

52 

F-82 ..... 


_ 


11 

- 

11 

4 

- 

4 

F-84. 


1308 


1398 

1651 

1142 

256 

245 

l66 

79 

f-66. 


1767 


l4l4 

237 

390 

, 353 

37 

F-88. 

2 

_ 


- 

- 

- 

2 

* 


F-89. 

203 

201 

■ 

60 

60 

- 

143 

l4l 

2 

F-91. 

1 


HI 




1 




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QUARTERLY, FISCAL YEAR 1953 ~ Continued 




TOTAL 



ACTIVE 



INACTIVE 


TYPE 










AND 

MODEL 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

line 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

LINE 

SECOND 

LINE 

* 



30 June 1953 - 

Continued 





FIGHTER (Cont't) 

1 


1 




1 


1 

F-94. 

525 

517 

8 

434’ 

430 

4 

91 

67 

4 

F-100. 

1 

- 

1 

* 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

reconnaissance 

703 

202 


600 

186 

4l4 

103 

16 

8? 

RB-17-. 

15 

- 

15 

IRWW 

- 

10 

5 

- 

5 

WB-17 . 

1 

- 

1 


- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

RB-25 . 

3 

- 

3 


- 

3 

- 

- 

_ 

RB-a6 . 

109 

_ 

109 

HIES 

- 

91 

18 

_ 

16 

WB-26 . 

6 

_ 

6 

Hb n 

_ 

6 

_ 

_ 

_ 

RB-29 . 

49 

- 

49 

29 

- 

29 

20 

- 

20 

WB-29 . 

80 

- 

00 

80 

- 

80 

- 

- 

- 

RB-36 . 

132 

132 

- 

120 

120 

_ 

12 

12 


RB-Jl5. 

24 

24 

. 

20 

20 

_ 

4 

4 

_ 

KB-47. 

37 

1 

36 

34 

1 

33 

3 

- 

3 

RB-49. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

1 

- 

1 

RB-50 . 

4l 

41 

_ 

41 

41 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

BC-45. 

8 

- 

8 

8 

_ 

8 

_ 

* 

_ 

HC-47. 

7 

- 

7 

7 

- 

7 

- 

- 

- 

RC-54. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

RC-51 . 

16 

_ 

16 

1 

- 

1 

15 

- 

15 

RF-80. 

163 

_ 

163 

l44 

_ 

l44 

19 

_ 

19 

RF-84 . 

2 

_ 

2 

_ 

_ 


2 

_ 

2 

RF-86. 

8 

4 

4 

4 

4 

- 

4 

- 

4 

SEARCh i RESCUE 

205 

230 

55 

256 

203 

53 

29 

27 

2 

SA-16 

530 

135 


S53 

SoJ 


57 

57 

- 

SB-L7 . 

11 

- 

11 

10 

- 

10 

1 

- 

1 

SB-29 . 

35 

- 

35 

34 

- 

34 

1 

- 

1 

SC-47 ..... 

5 

- 

5 

5 

- 

5 

- 

- 

_ 

SC-54 . 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

- 

- 

- 

SH-5. 

1 

~ 

1 

1 

“ 

1 

• 

" 

“ 

SPECIAL RESEARCH 

5 

_ 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

5 

_ 

5 


2 

- 

5 

- 

- 

— 

2 

- 

? 

X-4. 

2 

_ 

2 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

2 

X-5. 

1 

- 

1 

- 


“ 

1 

- 

1 

cJ+5 . ..... 

3643 

633 

878 

2765 

"Eb 

mi 

6l4 

S30 

2445 

368 

48 

320 

C-46. 

283 

- 

283 

157 

_ 

157 

126 

_ 

126 

C-47. 

1220 

- 

1220 

1169 

- 

1169 


- 

51 

C-53. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 


- 

_ 

c-54. 

373 

- 

373 

330 

. 

330 


- 

43 

C-74. 

11 

11 

_ 

11 

11 

- 


* 

_ 

C-82. 

135 

- 

135 

64 

- 

64 

71 

- 

71 

C-97. 

70 

70 

- 

62- 

62 

- 

8 

8 

. 

C-99. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

C-117. 

26 

- 

26 

23 

- 

23 

3 

- 

3 

C-118. 

17 

17 

_ 

16 

l6 


1 

1 


C-119. 

512 

511 

1 

494 

494 

- 

18 

17 

1 

C-L20. 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

C-121. 

10 

10 

- 

10 

10 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

C -122. 

9 

_ 

9 

9 

. 

9 

- 

_ 

_ 

C-124. 

260 

259 

1 

237 

237 

- 

23 

22 

1 

C-JL25. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

_ 

VB-17. 

40 

- 


39 

- 

39 

1 

- 

1 

VB-25 . 

33 

- 

IIkTS! 

33 

- 

33 

- 

- 

_ 

CB-26 . 

1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

l 

VB-26 . 

2 

- 


2 

. 

2 

- 

_ 


CB-29. 

1 

- 


- 

- 

- 

1 

• 

1 

VT-29. 

3 



3 


3 


- 

- 

7BAINER 

7107 

4001 


5152 

3537 

2213 

1357 

464 

893 

T-6 .. 

5155 

1405 

1722 

1405 

317 

543 

_ 

543 

T-7. 

65 

- 

65 

63 

- 

63 

2 

_ 

2 

T-U. 

163 

" 

163 

159 

" 

159 

4 

_ 

4 


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TABLE 124 - STATUS AND LINE CLASSIFICATION OF USAF AIRCRAFT BY TYPE AND MODEL - 

QUARTERLYj FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Continued 




TOTAL 



ACTIVE 



INACTIVE 












AND 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

SECOND 

TOTAL 

First 

SECOND 

TOTAL 

FIRST 

SECOND 


LINE 

LINE 

Line 

LINE 


LINE 

LINE 




30 June 1953 

Continued 




5BMNEH (Cont’d) 

964 

962 


567 

566 





... . 7 . 

2 

1 

397 

396 

1 

T-29. 

l4l 

l4l 

- 

138 

138 

- 

3 

3 

_ 

t-33 . 

1469 

1469 

- 

l4o4 

1404 

_ 

65 

65 

_ 

T-34. 

3 

- 

3 

2 

- 

2 

1 

- 

1 

TB-17 . 

44 

_ 

44 

33 

- 

33 

11 

_ 

11 

TB-25 . 

946 

- 

948 

898 

- 

898 

50 

- 

50 

TB-26 . 

313 

- 

313 

280 

- 

280 

33 

- 

33 

TB-29 . 

336 

- 

336 

121 

- 

121 

215 

- 

215 

tb-45. 

11 

_ 

11 

10 

_ 

10 

1 

- 

1 

TB-47. 

69 

_ 

69 

55 

- 

55 

l4 

_ 

14 

TB-50. 

46 

24 

22 

45 

24 

21 

1 

_ 

1 

tf-4t. 

13 

- 

13 


_ 

. 

13 

_ 

13 

TP-51. 

80 

_ 

80 

76 

- 

76 

4 

_ 

4 

TRF-51 . 

2 

- 

2 

2 

_ 

2 

_ 

_ 

_ 

TF-80 . . . . . 

19 

- 

19 

19 

- 

19 

- 

- 

- 

TCJ4-5. 

95 

- 

95 

95 

- 

95 

- 

- 

- 

TC-U7 . . . . . 

52 

- 

52 

52 

_ 

52 

_ 

_ 

_ 

TC-54. 

8 

- 

8 

8 

_ 

8 

_ 

_ 

- 

TH-5. 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

- 

* 

- 


880 

m 

629 

251 

IT? 

785 

US 

563 

222 

uE 

95 

1 

66 

29 

1 

L-13. 

32 

- 

32 

21 

_ 

21 

11 

_ 

11 

L-16. 

44 

- 

44 

43 

_ 

43 

1 

_ 

1 

L-17. 

3 

- 

3 

- 


_ 

3 

_ 

3 

L-19. 

18 

18 

_ 

4 

4 

_ 

l4 

14 

_ 

L-20. 

181 

180 

1 

179 

178 

1 

2 

2 

_ 

L-21. 

147 

147 

- 

147 

147 

- 

- 

- 

- 

L-23. 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

LC-126 . 

5 

5 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

5 

5 

_ 

LT-6. 

4l 

4l 

_ 

4l 

4l 

_ 



_ 

H-5. 

49 

18 

31 

49 

18 

31 

_ 

- 

_ 

H-12. 

6 

- 

6 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

a-13. 

99 

97 

2 

66 

65 

1 

33 

32 

1 

n-18. 

2 

- 

2 

1 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

1 

R-19. 

119 

116 

3 

104 

103 

1 

15 

13 

2 

H-20. 

1 

- 


- 

- 

_ 

1 

_ 

1 

E-21. 

9 

- 


4 

_ 

4 

5 

_ 

5 

H-23. 

4 

4 


4 

4 

_ 


_ 


H-25. 

2 

2 

■ i 

2 

2 

- 

* 

- 


AERIAL-TARGET 

56 

3 

- 


34 

- 

34 

2 

22 

1 

- 

22 

1 

QB-17 . 

41 

_ 


23 

_ 

23 

is 

_ 

18 

QB-45. 

1 

_ 



_ 


1 

- 

1 

QF-80 . 

9 

_ 

9 

8 

_ 

8 

1 


1 

QT-33. 

2 

— 

2 

1 


1 

1 




SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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TABLE 125 - WORLD-WIDE SUMMARY USAF ACTIVE AIRCRAFT OUT OF COMMISSION BY COMMAND - FY 1953 


AVERAGE AIRCRAFT Ol/T OF COMMISSION 


MAJOR 

AIR 

C OMMAND 

AVERAGE 
AIRCRAFT 
ON HAND 
DURING 
MONTH 

AVERAGE 
AIRCRAFT 
IN COMM¬ 
ISSION 

T 0 T A 

L 

Await¬ 

ing 

Parts 

Techni¬ 

cal 

Order 

Com¬ 

pliance 

MAINTENANCE 

Other 

Reasons 

Average 

Number 

AOC 

$ 

Of 

AOH 

Periodic 

Malfunc - 
tion. 
Defect, 
Damage 

USAF - TOTAL. . . . . 

16,291 

10,278 

6,013 

21 





751 

ill y £ ; i y 1 

12,262 

7,736 

4,526 

37 

647 

253 

1,422 

1,692 

512 

Air Defense Command.. 

1,143 

790 

353 

31 

92 

14 

125 

93 

29 

Air Materiel Command. 

992 

227 

765 

77 

l4 

113 

67 

410 

161 

Air Proving Ground Command. . . 

158 

93 

65 

4l 

10 

8 

22 

18 

7 

Air Research & Development Com. 

529 

268 

26l 

49 

38 

10 

79 

54 

80 

Air University. . 

137 

109 

28 

20 

5 


12 

7 

2 

Continental Air Command . . . . 

88 

64 

24 

27 

4 


11 

6 

1 

Headquarters rmTipiand. 

212 

153 

59 

20 

10 


22 

23 

3 

Military Air Transport Service. 

609 

349 

260 

43 

53 


108 

76 

10 , 

Strategic Air Command .... . 

1,767 

1,212 

555 

31 

117 


204 

187 

27 

Tactical Air Command. 

1,263 

866 

397 

31 

78 


178 

98 

28 

Air Training Command. 

5,361 

3,602 

1,759 

33 

226 


594 

720 

156 

USAF Security Service . 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 


“ 

- 

- 

OVERSEAS - TOTAL . . . 

4,029 

2,542 

1,487 

37 

298 

42 

439 

469 

239 

Alaskan Air Ccmmand. 

178 

97 

81 

46 

18 

1 . 

21 

39 

2 

US Air Forces in Europe .... 

1,057 

661 

396 

37 

121 

26 

127 

106 

16 

Joint Brazil-US Military Ccmm . 

10 

6 

4 

40 

- 

_ 

2 

1 

1 

Caribbean Air Command . . . . . 

32 

22 

10 * 

31 

1 

_ 

6 

1 

2 

Far East Air Forces . 

2,120 

1,338 

782 

37 

102 

10 

199 

263 

208 

Headquarters Command. 

56 

47 

9 

16 

- 

1 

7 

1 

- 

Military Air Transport Service. 

332 

196 

136 

4l 

36 

3 

54 

37 

6 

Northeast Air Command . 

50 

28 

22 

44 

8 

1 

7 

5 

1 

Strategic Air Command . 

154 

116 

38 

25 

10 

_ 

13 

13 

2 

Air Research & Development Com. 

15 

10 

5 

33 

1 

_ 

2 

1 

1 

Tactical Air Command. 

25 

21 

4 

16 

1 

- 

1 

2 

- 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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TABLE 126 -WORLD-WIDE SUMMARY USAF AVERAGE ACTIVE AIRCRAFT OUT OF COMMISSION BY CAUSE - 

BY TYPE AND MODEL - FISCAL YEAR 1953 







AVERAGE 

AIRCRAFT OUT OF COMMISSION 


TYPE AND 

AVERAGE 


T 0 T A 

L 



MAINTENANCE 



AIRCRAFT 
ON HAND 

AVERAGE 

AIRCRAFT 




Techni¬ 

cal 




MODEL OP 



Await- 


Malfunc- 

Other 


DURING 

IN COMM- 

Average 

* 

lng 

Order 

Periodic 

tlon. 

Reasons 

AIRCRAFT 

MONTH 

ISSION 

Number 

Of 

Parts 

Com- 

Defect, 





AOC 

A0H 


pilance 


Damage 


TOTAL USAF .... 



6,013 

31 

m. 

291 

1.861 

2,161 

121 

BOMBER . 



633 

12 

21 

42 

192 

254 

50 

B-17. 

32 


12 

38 

1 

- 

7 

2 

2 

B-25. 

9 

6 

3 

33 

- 

- 

1 

1 

1 

B-26. 

377 

239 

138 

37 

23 

4 

53 

50 

8 

B-29 ... . 

642 

401 

241 

38 

26 

14 

70 

115 

16 

B-36. 

127 

81 

46 

36 

8 

1 

14 

21 

2 

B-45. 

58 

25 

33 

57 

8 

6 

7 

10 

2 

B-47. 

153 

75 

78 

51 

14 

6 

14 

52 

12 

B-50. 

240 

158 

82 

34 

15 

11 

26 

23 

7 

TANKER . 

321 

220 

101 

31 

28 

3 

si 

38 

1 

KB-29. 

171 

120 

51 

30 

11 

1 

13 

2? 

2 

KC-97. 

150 

100 

50 

33 

17 

2 

14 

14 

3 

FIGHTER. 

4,085 

91 

2,302 

57 


44 

37 

260 

— 

102 

1 

427 

7 

la; 

17 

377 

3 

P-51. 

6ll 


239 

39 

28 

43 

64 

67 

37 

P-80. 

479 

wm'sM 

212 

44 

•37 

12 

46 

88 

29 

F-82. 

11 

4 

7 

64 

1 

- 

1 

4 

1 

f-84. 

1,446 

792 

654 

45 

81 

26 

159 

233 

155 

P-86. 

972 

944 

428 

44 

71 

8 

91 

132 

126 

F -89 . 

95 

30 

65 

68 

5 

6 

18 

22 

14 

F-9*t. 

380 

236 

144 

38 

31 

6 

41 

54 

12 


549 

323 

226 

41 

46 

4 

66 

21 

12 

RB-17. 

13 


s 

52 

2 

- 

2 

3 

1 

RB-25. 

3 


1 

33 

- 

- 

1 


_ 

RB-26. 

96 


30 

31 

8 

- 

13 

7 

2 

WB -26 . 

1 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

RB-29. 

31 

18 

13 

42 

1 

1 

3 

7 

1 

T rfB -29 . 

80 

38 

42 

52 

4 

- 

13 

23 

2 

RB -36 . 

102 

59 

43 

42 

9 

- 

15 

18 

1 

RB-45. 

18 

10 

8 

44 

2 

- 


3 

- 

RB-47. 

3 

2 

1 

33 

- 

- 


1 

- 

RB-50. 

39 

21 

18 

46 

3 

- 


11 

- 

RC-45. 

6 

4 

2 

33 

- 

- 


1 

- 

RC-47. 

6 

5 

1 

17 

- 

- 


- 

- 

RF-51. 

22 

11 

11 

50 

1 

- 


4' 

5 

RF -80 . 

124 

79 

45 

36 

■16 

3 

e 

11 

7 

rf-86. . . 

4 

2 

2 


- 

- 

1 

•1 

- 

RC-54. 

1 

- 

1 


- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

SEARCH & RESCUE. 

244 

141 

103 


26 

6 

30 

21 

6 

SA-10. 

3 

3 

- 

- 



- 


- 

sa-i6. 

168 

94 

74 

44 



20 

20 

5 

SB-17. 

29 

19 

10 

34 



4 

4 

1 

SB-29. 

33 

19 

14 

42 



4 

8 

- 

SC -47 . 

5 

3 

2 

40 



1 

1 

- 

SC -54 . 

3 

1 

2 

67 



1 

1 

- 

SH-5. 

3 

2 

1 

33 



- 

1 

- 

CARGO. 

c -45 . 

2,931 

4tJ2 

1,872 

320 

HS 

36 

3 ? 



434 

331 

■w 

a 

9 

C-46. 

192 

123 

69 

36 



33 

22 

5 

C-47/53. 

1,115 

785 

350 

31 

44 

28 

171 

92 

15 

C-54. 

288 

176 

112 

39 

13 

3 

47 

43 

6 

0-74. 

9 

5 

4 

44 

- 

- 

3 

1 

- 

C-02. 

ns 

51 

67 

57 

13 

2 

15 

32 

5 

C-97. 

64 

27 

37 

58 

10 

- 

12 

14 

1 

C-117. 

15 

12 

3 

20 

- 

- 

2 

1 

- 

C-118. 

10 

4 

6 

60 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

C-1I9. 

364 

229 

135 

37 

37 

4 

39 

43 

12 

C-121. 

9 

7 

2 

22 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

C-I22. 

9 

7 

2 

22 

1 


- 

1 

- 

C-124. 

176 

91 

85 

48 

23 

4 

32 

24 

2 

C-I25. 

1 

- 

1 

100 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

1 

VB-17. 

38 

26 

12 

32 

2 

- 

4 

5 

1 

CB-25. 

MliiHftSi 

5 


29 

- 

- 

1 


- 

VB -25 . 


23 


28 

1 

- 

4 


- 

VB-26. 

mm 

1 

■1 

50 

- 



mm 

~ 


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2 32 


TABLE 1 26 -WORLD-WIDE SUMMARY USAF AVERAGE ACTIVE AIRCRAFT OUT OF COMMISSION BY CAUSE — 
BY TYPE AND MODEL - FISCAL YEAR 1953 - Contjhued 


AVERAGE AIRCRAFT OUT OF COMJGSSION 


TYPE AND 

AVERAGE 


T 0 T A 

L 



MAINTENANCE 



AIRCRAFT 

AVERAGE 




Techni- 











MODEL OF 

ON HAND 

AIRCRAFT 



Await- 

cal 


Maliunc- 

Other 


DURING 

IN COMM- 

Average 


ing 

Order 

Periodic 

tlon. 

Reasons 

AIRCRAFT 

MONTH 

ISSION 

Number 

or 

Parts 

Com- 

Defect, 





AOC 

AOH 


pllance 


Damage 


TRAINER. 

5.745 

3,935 

1,810 

~43B 

I 

ii 

68 

616 

680 

i§i 

T-6. 


1.757 

hi 



153 

TO> 

97 

T-7. 


71 

49 

41 

ISfl 

l 

22 

14 

2 

T-ll. 


164 

94 

36 


4 

43 

24 

5 

T -28 . 


270 

170 

39 


9 

29 

85 

25 

T-29. 

100 

66 

34 

34 

UtM 

- 

14 

14 

- 

T-35. 

1,038 

618 

420 

40 

70 

26 

123 

181 

20 

T-J4. 

2 

- 

2 

100 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

2 

TB-17. 

35 

20 

15 

43 

2 

- 

6 

4 

3 

TB-25. 

848 

564 

284 

33 

30 

3 

128 

111 

12 

ra -26 . 

253 

148 

105 

42 

20 

4 

41 

37 

3 

TB-29. 

96 

32 

44 

46 

6 

1 

15 

16 

6 

TB-50. 

34 

15 

19 

56 

4 

1 

4 

7 

3 

TC-45. 

86 

56 

30 

35 

7 

1 

9 

11 

2 

TB-45, . . 

8 

5 

3 

38 

- 

1 

2 

- 

- 

TB-4T. 

4 

1 

3 

75 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

TC-47. 

50 

37 

13 

26 

1 

2 

4 

6 

- 

TC-54. 

7 

5 

2 

28 

- 

- 

1 

1 

- 

T7-4?. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TF-51. 

124 

64 

60 

48 

16 

5 

15 

20 

4 

tp-Bo. 

42 

19 

25 

55 

6 

2 

6 

8 

1 

TH-5. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

MK-4. 

1 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

" 

" 

COMMUNICATIONS . 

152 

46o 

m 

22 


IB 

§1 

Ill 

12 

Liaison . 

601 

371 

224 

R 

22 

ii 

2 * 

85 

22 

l-4. 

25 

5 

20 

So 

'3 

- 


a 

2 

L-5. 

130 

69 

61 

47 

11 

4 


19 

10 

L-15. 

33 

18 

15 

45 

3 

- 


4 

5 

L-lS. 

91 

39 

52 

57 

1 

13 

wmM 

25 

3 

L-19. 

2 

1 

1 

50 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

L-20. 

122 

89 

33 

27 

6 

- 

7 

10 

10 

L-21. 

146 

112 

34 

23 

3 

- 

8 

17 

6 

L-23. 

2 

- 

2 

100 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

LT-6. 

48 

42 

6 

12 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

LC-126. 

2 

2 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Helicopter. 

H-5. 

% 

83 

29 

66 

20 

44 

ST 

l6 

~r 

1 

13 

T 

mmm 

10 

3 

H-12. 

4 


2 

50 

1 


~ 


- 

H-13. 

34 


16 

47 

1 


4 


1 

H-i8. 

1 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

H -19 . 

54 


25 

46 

8 


5 


5 

H-21. 

1 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

H-23. 

5 


3 

60 

- 

1 

- 


1 

H-25. 

1 


- 

- 

“ 

* 

■ 


- 

TARGET . 

28 

20 

8 

28 

. 

1 

2 


1 

QB 17. 

17 


5 

29 



2 

3 

- 

(jp-8o. 



2 

40 



- 

1 

- 

QT-33. 



- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

1J-14. 

HI 

HI 

I 

20 

1 



■ 

1 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, D/Statlstical Services, DCS/C 


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TABLE I 27 - INVENTORY OF USAF AMMUNITION- WORLDWIDE (SEMI-ANNUAL) - FY 1953 


TYPE 

OF 

MUNITIONS 

ARSENAL 

STOCKS 

ON HAND 

Z/I 

TOTAL 

Z/I 

TOTAL 

o/s 

FEAR 

CAIRO 

AAC 

USAFE 

MEDIT- 

TERRAN- 

EAN 

NEAC 

AT¬ 

LANTIC 

Eng¬ 

land 

Eur¬ 

ope 


DECEMBER 1952 

ARMOR PIERCING BCMBS 












1,606 iba 

- 

- 

1,159 

_ 

_ 

. 

1,159 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

1,600 lbs 

- 

“ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


“ 

- 

SEMI-ARMOR PIERCING BCMBS 












506 lbs 

84,680 

sis 

285 

203 


82 

_ 

. 

_ 1 

_ 

_ 

1,000 Its 

16,420 

4,169 

15,820 

204 


7,982 

1,200 

6,434 

“ 

- 

- 

FRAGMENTATION BOMBS 












565 lbs 

198,029 

438 

60,342 

45,629 

- 

4,357 

6,682 

3,674 

- 

- 

- 

FRAGMENTATION CLUSTERS 












26 lbs x b 

181,295 

462 

205 

- 

- 1 

205 

- 

- 

_ 

. 

_ 

23 lbs x 3 

- 

- 

2,324 

- 

- 1 

20 


*2,304 

. 

_ 


20 lbs x 20 

161,490 

35 

19,842 

18,234 

- 1 

1,608 

. 


_ 

_ 

_ 

1,000 lb HEAT T-27 


1,600 

100 

* 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

100 

- 

GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS 












166'lb's 

■*5,891 

9,037 

68,491 i 

64,662 

- 

304 

425 

3,100 

- 

_ 

_ 

250 lbs 

- 

- 

2 1 


_ 

_ 

2 

_ 


_ 


500 lbs 

939,012 

17,489 

193,082 i 

162,345 

- 

16,517 

10,344 

3,876 

_ 


_ 

1,000 lbs 

132,131 

1,595 

3^»**U*> ! 

22,853 

- 

3,510 

6,827 

1,256 

- 

_ 

. 

2,000 lbs 

■*9,354 

458 

29,557 

24,914 

- 

793 

2,686 

1,164 

_ 

_ 


It,000 lba 

701 

5 

7,423 


- 

4 

739 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INCENDIARY BOMBS 












166 lbs 

- 

- 

62,043 

24,502 

12 

1B,529 

1,424 

17,517 

_ 

59 

_ 

500 lbs 


7,146 

54,327 

1,043 

- | 

754 

6,329 

2,461 

43,740 


- 

INCENDIARY CLUSTERS 












' ■ It lbs V lliT 

- 

129 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CARTRIDGES (M rds) 












56' Sal. — 

168,906 

667,343 

660,530 

594,186 

- 

8,142 

37,044 

2,837 

14,192 

196 

3,933 

20 MM Percus. pr. 

4,341 

254,931 

528,360 

36,787 

- 

309,060 

41,940 

- 

206 

140,198 

169 

ROCKETS 












5"”HVAR 

101 

32,933 

148,593 

110,915 

2 

7,705 

22,938 

7,033 

_ 

_ 

_ 

6,5" ATAR Heads 

37 

10,521 

121,623 

85,268 

2 

8,331 

13,089 

14,901 

“ 

- 

32 

UNIT - JATO 

23,270 

5,774 

32,799 

17,552 

- 

580 

13,840 

386 

138 

303 

- 

PYROTECHNIC SIGNALS 












AN m37 - m4“5 

1,375 

174,337 

297,666 

97,022 

107 

136,263 

13,281 

27,913 

19,385 

2,704 

991 

an M53 - M58 

1,108 

69,277 

152,228 

52,660 

137 

27,904 

10,993 

43,710 

12,526 

3,128 

1,170 

Drift - Day 

130,000 

131,229 

55,572 

17,774 

- 

155 

3,016 

30,361 

300 

3,894 

72 

Drift - Night 

300,00Q 

115 

999 

- 

- 

879 

_ 

- 

120 


_ 

Distress - All Types 

80,000 



Lw—flEgSl 

1,590 

1,026 

7,990 

6,452 


919 

. 

Bomb - Photoflash 

8,663 

HB&i 




* 

1,080 


~ 


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ARSENAL 

STOCKS 

ON HAND TOTAL 

Z/I Z/l 


PYROTECHN IC SIGNALS (ConVd) 
Flare, Parachute 



FIRE BOMB MATERIEL 




Igniter NA M15 
Igniter VP Hl6 
Igniter NA MJ.6 
100 Gal. Tank 
NAPALM 




TOTAL 

FEAF 

CAIRC 

AAC 

ENG¬ 

EUR¬ 

MEDI¬ 

TERRAN¬ 

NEAC 

AT- 

o/s 




LAND 

OPE 

EAN 


LANTIC 



JUNE 1953 



234 


































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TABLE 127 - INVENTORY OF USAF AMMUNITION - WORLDWIDE (SEMI-ANNUAL) - FY 1953 - Contwu*o 


TYPE 

OF 

MUNITIONS 

ARSENAL 

STOCKS 

ON HAND 

Z/I 

TOTAL 

Z/I 

total 

o/s 

FEAF 

CAIRO 

AAC 

ENG¬ 

LAND 

' EUR¬ 
OPE 

MEDIT- 

TERRAN- 

EAN 

NEAC 

AT¬ 

LANTIC 


JUNE ^COnt’dJ 

INCENDIARY CLUSTERS 


— 










4 Its x UO 



- 

- 

* 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CARTRIDGES (M rds) 












56 cal. 

166,634 

39,507 

171,205 

92,591 

- 

16,881 

32,883 

14,251 

7,261 

4B4 

6,854 

20 MM 

3,775 

22,402 

16,321 

738 


13,259 

389 

276 

838 

237 

584 

ROCKETS 












5"~HVAR 

314,343 

27,736 

213,737 

115,202 

2 

7,708 

44,561 

45,132 

- 

- 

1,132 

6.5* ATAR HeadB 

213,240 

17,446 

245,310 

202,601 

2 

7.894 

18,782 

14,898 


’ 

1,133 

UNIT - JATO 

41,629 

5,249 

29,414 

18,576 

- 

44l 

6,664 

3,063 

108 

562 

- 

PYROTECHNIC SIGNALS 












ai( m 37 - w*5— 

1,437,421 

187,762 

291,553 

75,306 

1,612 

l4o,9l4 

19,839 

25,270 

20,258 

3,708 

4,646 

AN M53 - M50 

1,019,541 

70,173 

131,141 

45,375 

681 

32,679 

14,005 

20,178 

12,347 

3,866 

2,010 

Drift - Day 

185,066 

156,726 

52,770 

25,674 

- 

696 

2,151 

22,592 

28o 

1,211 

166 

Drift - Night 

21,921 

926 

1,828 

2 

- 

1,650 

176 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

Distress - All Types 

95,877 

100,480 

2,830 

9,897 

1,946 

688 

8,000 

6,257 

78 

1,134 

300 

Bomb - Efcotoflash 

40,371 

6,878 

2,360 

- 

- 

200 

2,160 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Flare, parachute 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 



- 

- 

- 

FIRE BOMB MATERIEL 












Igniter WP Ml5 

73,279 

1,010 

83,338 

79,117 

_ 

1,382 

1,182 

1,561 

96 

_ 

_ 

Igniter NA Ml5 

- 

23 

7,591 

6,746 

- 

20 

600 

225 

- 

_ 

_ 

Igniter WP ml6 

82,176 

606 

79,829 

74,668 

_ 

1,382 

2,262 

1,401 

96 

_ 

_ 

Igniter NA Ml6 

6,208 

56 

9,939 

9,147 

- 

- 

600 

192 

_ 

_ 

_ 

100 Gal. Tank 

- 

- 

14,360 

12,988 

_ 

- 

_ 

972 

_ 

_ 

400 

NAPAIM 

3,887 

5,692 

862,008 

792,588 

- 

■ 96 

45 

69,279 

- 

• 

- 

razon bomb tail 

1,554 

6,631 

151,015 

123,137 


5,502 

22,001 

375 







WT 


SOURCE; MATERIEL STATISTICS DIVISION, DIRECTORATE OF STATISTICAL SERVICES, DCS/C 


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Aircraft Engines 


Part VI 


O - 54 ( Face p. 2 36) 












CONFIDENTIAL 


237 


TABLE 128 - FACTORY ACCEPTANCES OF AIRCRAFT ENGINES BY THE USAF 

QUARTERLY - FY 1953 


(JNCLUOEt *1.L ENGINES ACCEPTED BY THE UflAF PON THE U»AT, APHV. NAVY. MDAP AND PCAP) 


QUARTERLY - FISCAL YEAR 1953 


manufacturer 

MODEL AID 
engine SERIES 

** 4) 

U y Ji 

si & 

*** » 

^ ra 3 

i° 

1st QUARTER 

2nd QUARTER 

3rd QUARTER j 

4 th QUARTER 

Number 

Average 

Unit 

Cost 

Number 

Averege 

Unit 

Cost 

Number 

Average 

Unit 

Cost 

Number 

Average 

Unit 

Cost 

TOTAL 


5,856 


7,412 


8,295 




AIRCOOLED MOTORS 










Total 


255 


331 


240 


161 


0-3353TS/ 

200 HP 

is 

i 2,145 

“5? 

4 2,145 


$ 

- 

t 

0-335-4 5/ 

200 HP 


. 

1 

2,145 


- 


- 

YO'O-335-5 y 

200 EP 

160 

2,343 

160 

2,438 


2,438 

95 

2,438 

0-i35-fc a/ 

200 HP 

48 

2,140 

79 

2,315 


2,477 

57 

2,477 

0-425-1 b/ 

245 HP 

25 

7,801 

36 

7,801 


7,801 

9 

7,801 

ALLISON DIVISION 










CMC Total 
J33-A-10/10A b/ 

4,600 Us 

1,805 

B 

20,740 

1,547 

20,740 


21,775 

1,434 

21,775 

J33-A-16/16A b/ 

6.150 lbs 

- 

. 

3 

33,850 

65 

32,415 

120 

32,415 

J33-A-35 

4,600 lbs 

409 

19,455 

454 

19,455 

520 

21,450 

543 

21,450 

J33-A-35 b/ 

4,600 lbs 

93 

19,455 

94 

19,455 


- 

- 

- 

J33-A-35 {J 

4,600 lbs 

- 

. 

- 

- 

20 

21,450 

37 

21,450 

J33-A-37 _. 

4,600 lbs 

42 

14,370 

45 

15,352 

45 

15,830 

50 

15,830 

J35-A-27 

5,000 lbs 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

37,385 

3 

37,385 

J35-A-29 

5,600 lbs 

450 

34,445 


34,445 

86 

34,445 

203 

34,445 

J35-A-29 b/ 

5,600 lbs 

- 

. 

. 

- 

2 

34,445 

- 

- 

J35-A-29 c/ 

5,600 lbs 

533 

40,792 

825 

34,350 

755 

34,675 

L5L 

34,675 

J35-A-33 

5,400 lbs 

113 

40,450 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

>13 5-A -33 a 

5,400 lbs 

142 

41,380 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

J35-A-H 

5,450 lbs 

- 

- 

4i 

41,790 

54 

43,565 

3 

43,565 

J71-A-3. 

9,700 lba 

2 

233,280 

- 

- 

10 

248,700 

is 

248,700 

T-*0-a- 6 b/ 

1,225 lbs 

11 

462,500 

- 

- 


- 

- 

. 

T-40-A-1C b/ 

1,225 lbs 

2 

462,500 

- 

“ 

1 

462,500 

- 

- 

BUICK - Total 


_ 


_ 


8 


77 



7,220 lbs 

- 


1 

224,670 

E 

226,670 

n 

224,670 

CHEVROLET * Total 


_ 


123 


300 


Z' 381 

\ 

k-3;S5a-2bw V/' 

2,700 HP 

1 

- 

151 

157,305 

300 

129,101 

1 S2T 

| 53,571 

R-3350-65 

3,250 HP 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

. 

60 

1 362,000 

R-3350-85 c/ 

3,250 HP 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- I 

63 - 

/ 62,200 

R-3350-85 d/ 

3,250 HP 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- ( 

3- 

j 62,200 

CONTINENTAL A & E 








^- 


Total 


55 


67 


45 


31 


R-975^3 i * 7 , *2 a/ 

525 HP 


- 


- 

“8 

20,113 



R-975-34/42 W 

525 HP 

52 

22,635 

87 

22,635 

35 

21,050 

21 

20,113 

R -975 -40 b/ 

420 HP 

3 

21,794 

- 

- 

2 

20,113 

10 

20,113 

COirriNEHTAL MOTCRS 










Total 


253 


264 


274 


253 


0-47(571: a/ 

213 HP 

253 

3,000 

55T 

3,068 

S^t 

3,013 

55T 

2,887 

0-470-13 

225 HP 


- 

- 

' 

- 

- 

2 

3,456 

FAIRCHILD - Total 


4 


10 


10 


15 


j44-TiTl 

950 lbs 

IT 

17,500 

15 

17,300 

15 

l"r,COO 

1? 

17,000 

FCI3D MOT® CCKPAJ1Y 










Total 


66 


13 


187 


384 


R-4355753 

3.500 HP 

65 

326,365 

_ 

_ 

“55 

326,365 

155 

326,365 

R-4 360-59/598 

3,250 HP 

- 

. 

_ 


2 

261,356 

33 

261,356 

R-4360-63 

3,400 HP 

1 

272,745 

13 

272,745 

129 

272,745 

243 

272,745 

GENERAL ELECTRIC 










Teveudale & WEST- 










LYNN) 7 Total 
i475jE-2 C?n b/ 

5,910 lbs 

2,010 


2aej 

-‘ie 

54,948 

2,141 


1,699 


J47-GE-2 b/ 

5,910 lbs 

- 

_ 

- 


4 

52,189 

46 

65,530 

/" J47-GE-13 

5,200 lbs 

168 

48,976 

_ 

_ 

2 

43,087 

_ 


J J47-GE-13 c/ 

5,200 lbs 

- 


180 

43,087 

18 

43,087 

_ 

_ 

/ J47-GE-13 a/ 

5,200 lbs 

342 

43,08? 

86 

43,087 

_ 


_ 

_ 

J67-CE-17 

5,425 lbs 

173 

66,710 

269 

65,609 

370 

64,834 

437 

64,806 

J47-GE-19 

5,200 lbs 

74 

40,388 

206 

46,455 

74 

48,890 

27 

48,890 

J47-GE-23 

5,620 lbs 

647 

53,508 

166 

53,508 

9 

53,508 

- 

- 

J47-GE-25 

5,670 lbs 

181 

41,853 

711 

44,813 

794 

■ 49,362 

321 

52,376 

/J47-OE-27 

5,910 lbs 

424 

42,705 

544 

43,888 

864 

48,364 

867 

46,387 

l JU7-GE-27 d/ 

5,910 lbs 

1 

42,705 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 

J73-OE-3 

6,920 lbs 


- 

- 

- 

6 

272,520 

I’ 

272,520 


308700 0 - 54 - 17 


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YABLE 128 - FACTORY ACCEPTANCES OF AIRCRAFT ENGINES BY THE USAF 

QUARTERLY — FY 1953 - Continued 


(INCLUDE* ALL ENOlNCS ACCEPTED BY THE U«AP POP THE USAF, ARMY, NAVY, MDAP AND PCAP> 


QUARTERLY - FISCAL YEAR 1953 


MAIIUFAC TURER f 
MODEL AND 
ENGINE SERIES 




KAISER - Total 


R-1300-3’ 
R-1300-3 b/ 

bridgeport-lycominb 


R-1820-76A/B 
R-1820-T6A/B h/ 
R-1820-T6A/B 3/ 

f R-1820-82 b/ 

H-I82O-IO3 
R-1820-103 a/ 
R-1820-86 b/ 
-YCCMING-SEENCER 


lobeu. 

( r-28Ck5-$5W 
\r. 2800-52W b/ 
R-2000-99 


PACKARD - Total 


PM 

PHATT 8. WHITNEY 


YT-34-P-1 

J48-P-5 

J48-F-5A 

J57-P-1 

J57-P-3 

J57-P-7 

J57-p.ll 

J57-P-13 

R-1340-57 ej 

R-2800-97 

R-4360-20/W/WA 

R-4360-35/35B 

R-4360-53 

R-4360-59/59B 

R-4360-63 

STmEBAKER - Total 




AERONAUTICAL 


1,425 HP 
1,425 HP 
1,425 HP 
1,525 HP 
1,425 HP 
1,425 HP 
1,425 HP 


2,200 HP 
2,200 HP 
2,200 HP 


5,670 lbs 


1,275 lbs 
6,350 lbs 
6,350 lbs 
9,500 lbs 
8,700 lbs 
8,450 lbs 
9,220 lbs 



10 

IS 120,264 


2nd QUARTS R 


Average 

Unit 

Cost 


90 

66 *145,505 

7 25,535 

114,070 


3rd QUARTER 



46,075 

114,736 



306,036 

71,139 


278,088 

195,052 



600 HP- 

42 


74 

2,100 HP 

43 

36,182 

71 

3,250 HP 

133 

55,649 

160 

3,250 HP 

113 

45,029 

23 

3,500 HP 

176 

75,178 

218 

3,250 HP 

135 

61,083 

178 

3,400 HP 

4 

51,535 

- 


135 


744 

5,670 lbs 

13? 

72,357 

7W 


373 


647 

7,220 lbs 

~1 

219,584 

15 

800 HP 

83 

19,663 

38 

1,425 HP 
1,475 HP 
1,525 HP 

H 

21,197 

22,402 

26,560 


1,425 HP 


_ 

•8 

2,700 HP 


43,052 

12 

3,250 HP 

56 

61,819 

200 

3,250 HP 

33 

61,819 

31 

3,250 HP 

1 

74,134 

_ 

3,250 HP 

4 

74,134 

5 

3,250 HP 

95 

61,319 

301 


4th QUARTER 


Average 

Unit 

Cost 


219,584 
19,726 
21,197 
22,539 
28,809 
20,591 
43,052 
65,239 
65,735 


a/ USA? Tor Array 
b/ USAF for Navy 
0/ USAP for HDAP 
d/ USAP for RCAF 

«/ Ttese R-1340-57 ver* mcdiflei froo R~13 ! A)-AN-JJ8 furnished as G.F.P. Overhaul and modlfl.atlun was acoas- 
plished on an Individual basis, at varying costs. 



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TABLE 129 -RECAPITULATION OF FACTORY ACCEPTANCES OF AIRCRAFT ENGINES 



JET ENGINES - TOTAL .| 5,552 4,058 | 22,080,010 1 4,887 1 26 , 925,020 | 5,291 | 29,666,060 | 4 , 6 oi | 25 , 902,820 


JET ENGINES - TOTAL .| 5,552 4,058 | 22,080,010 1 4,887 | 26,925,020 1 5,291 | 29,666,060 | 4 , 6 oi | 25,902,820 


For USAF.5,571 3,068 16,830,375 3,656 20,239,110 4,4o8 24,732,620 3,941 22,166,560 

For ARMY. - - - - - - 

For NAVY.5,276 114 1*60,525 ll*0 602,710 90 519,B*0 169 1,023,660 

For MDAF. 5,552 533 2,984,600 1,005 5,556,000 793 4,413,600 491 2,712,600 


For RCAF. 5,202 343 1,784,310 86 447,200 - - 

RECIPROCATING EICINES - TOTAL 2,085 1,796 3,431,199 2,525 4,917,242 3,004 6,364,822 3,127 7,080,830 


For USAF.2,685 992 2,736,575 1,312 3,477,150 1,557 4,144,525 1,790 4,816,775 

For ARMY. 241 533 112,639 626 132,372 593 162,927 433 118,400 

For NAVY. 2,263 160 258,735 544 1,174,570 807 1,959,270 835 1,917,205 

For MDAP. 2,930 113 323,250 43 133,150 39 93,900 66 214,500 


For RCAF. 1,650 - - - L - 8 4,200 3 | 13,950 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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TABLE 130 - NUMBER OF SELECTED AIRPLANE ENGINES REMOVED FOR MAJOR OVERHAUL 
WITH AVERAGE OPERATING HOURS SINCE MANUFACTURE OR MAJOR OVERHAUL 
QUARTERLY FY 1953- BY TYPE OF ENGINE 


TYPE 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 

JUNE 1953 



- 






0 F 

ENGINE 

Engines 

Average Opera- 

Engines 

Average Opera h 

Engines 

Average Opera- 

Engines 

Average Opera- 

Removed 

ting Hours Per 
Engine 

Removed 

ting Hours Pei' 
Engine 

Removed 

ting Hours Per 
Engine 

Removed 

ting Hours Per 
Engine 

J 33. 

783 

220.7 

1,247 

222.5 

1,165 

216.1 

1.339 

243.1 

J 34. 

y 

2/ 

y 

y 

y 

y 

3 

29.7 

J 35. 

740 

89.9 

1,120 

99.3 

1,129 

104.5 

1.334 

117.7 

J 47. 

684 

107.8 

974 

125.7 

1.135 

135-0 

1.741 

132.3 

J 48. . . . . 

1 

13.0 

9 

30.6 

11 

45-9 

43 

85.5 

J 57. 

2/ 

*/ 

2 

26.5 

y 

y 

17 

78.2 

J 65 

5/ 


y 

y 

y 

V 

27 

11.4 

8-755 .... 

2 

271.0 


a/ 

%J 

y 

1 

765.0 

R-985 .... 

204 

1 , 045.7 

281 

879.3 

116 

808.3 

128 

901.0 

R-1300. . . . 

41 

284.4 

82 

346.3 

94 

423.7 

199 

410.4 

R-1340. . . . 

300 

1,039.8 . 

310 

970.5 

285 

940.4 

252 

939.4 

R-1820. . . . 

105 

592.0 

110 

569.3 

149 

641.3 

151 

557.3 

R-I830. . . . 

584 

817.6 

56B 

813.5 

514 

799.9 

559 

811.9 

R-2000.•. . . 

544 

785.4 

512 

800.3 

412 

796.4 

367 

754.3 

R-2600. . . . 

359 

634.1 

405 

700.5 

358 

708.9 

398 

705.5 

R-2S00, . . . 

397 

637.3 

541 

503.0 

400 

657.9 

418 

644.1 

R-3350. . . . 

1.537 

327.5 

1,441 

320.1 

1.255 

332.6 

1,400 

296.4 

R-4360 

832 

370.9 

789 

415.7 

994 

431.1 

1.233 

428.3 

V-32. 

27 

117.4 

»/ 

y 

y 

y 

y 

„ y 

V-I650, . . . 


200.2 

376 

203.1 

273 

202.5 

271 

184.5 

V-1710. . . . 

2 

104,0 

3 

209.3 

2 

287.5 

3 

212.7 

0-170 . . . . 

3 

599-0 

3 

388.0 

3 

538.3 

1 

475.0 

0-190 . . , . 

y 

y 

2/ 

V 

y 

2 

577.0 

3 

699.0 

BEa— 

2/ 

y 


1 

170,0 

1 

541.0 

0-290 , . . . 

1 

396.0 

b 

357.5 

34 

707.1 

63 

692.6 

0-335 .... 

3 

310.3 

10 

336.8 

9 

291.0 

1 

99.0 

0-425 .... 

9 

130.3 

3 

94.7 

1 

187.0 

1 

217.O 

0-435.... 

12 

456.2 

13 

470.4 

12 

462.8 

14 

411.2 

0-470 . 

15 

26 9.3 

6 

321.6 

6 

302.3 

1 

333.0 

E-225 .... 

2 

331.5 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

y 

T-49. 

V 

2/ 

3 

30.0 

y 

y 

y 

y 


a/ Mo removals reported 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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241 


TABLE 131 - AVERAGE MANHOURS EXPENDED PER MAJOR AIRPLANE ENGINE OVERHAUL AT 
AIR MATERIEL COMMAND AIR DEPOT I N CONTINENTAL U. S. 

FY 1953 - BY TYPE OF ENGINE 


TYPE 

0 ? 

ENOINE 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 JUNE 1953 

Engines 

Overhauled 

Average Man- 
Hours Per 
Engine 

Engines 1 
Overhauled 

Average Man- 
Hours Per 
Engine 

Engines 

Overhauled 

Average Man- 
Hours Per 
Engine 

Engines 
Ove r hauled 

Average Man- 
Hours Per 

Engine 

J33. 

505 

548.2 

1,000 

511.5 

454 

441.4 

714 

420.6 

J35. 

1.177 

839.5 

155 

633.3 

1,059 

653,6 

721 

665.0 

J47. 

532 

685.5 

522 

670.9 

6o4 

686.3 

866 

616.7 

R-1300. 

2/ 

, 2/ 

17 

439.2 

2/ 

2/ 

a/ 

2/ 

R-1340. 

1 

169.O 

76 

264.6 

3 

355-5 

19F 

292.1 

R-2000. 

242 

5H.2 

576 

533.3 

1,026 

510.1 

657 

469,8 

s-26oo. 

518 

458.1 

398 

561.5 

2/ 

2/ 

2/ 

2/ 

R-2800. 

2:9 

508.5 

691 

531.7 

1,065 

508.2 

841 

425.1 

R-3350. 

908 

667.O 

3.412 

672,3 

1,415 

667,7 

2,867 

609.6 

r-4j6o. 

422 

1,532.1 

816 

1,404.7 

1,059 

1,271.3 

622 

1,287.0 

v-1650. 

150 

503.3 

101 

504.6 

172 

459.2 

290 

4l6.6 

0-425 . 

2/ 

2/ 

a/ 

2/ 

6 

147-7 

2/ 

2/ 


a/ Mo overhauls during quarter 


SOURCE* Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C 


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242 


TABLE 132 - INVENTORY AND STATUS OF SPARE AIRCRAFT ENGINES IN CONTINENTAL U. S. 

QUARTERLY - FY 1953 


TYPE 

0 F 

ENGINE 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 JUNE 1933 

Total 


Repar¬ 

able 

Total 

Service¬ 

able 

Repar¬ 

able 

Total 

Service¬ 

able 

Repar¬ 

able 

Total 

Service¬ 

able 

Repar¬ 

able 

TOTAL 

62,052 

24,549 

37,503 

55,785 

21,909 

33,876 

57,640 

25,600 

32,040 

58,407 

25,513 

32,894 

I-l6 

1 

. 

1 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

. 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 

J30 

- 

- 

- 

2 

. 2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

J31 

13 

6 

7 

3 

2 

1 

3 

2 

1 

3 

- 

3 

T-31 

- 

- 

- 

5 


5 

5 

- 

5 

5 

- 

5 

J33 

3,934 

2,051 

1,933 

3,534 

1,795 

1,739 

3,632 

2,130 

1,502 

3,870 

2,272 

1,598 

J34 

1* 

2 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

3 

- 

3 

J35 

3,919 

2,090 

1,829 

3,823 

1,980 

1,843 

3,663 

2,243 

1,420 

3,453 

2,301 

1,152 

J>>7 

5,109 

3,586 

1,523 

5,664 

4,l4l 

1,523 

7,566 

6,261 

1,305 

8,223 

6,796 

1,427 

j**a 

ho 

29 

U 

8 

1 

7 

48 

44 

4 

159 

140 

19 

J57 

3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

J65 

- 

- 

- 

11 

11 

- 

2 

2 

* 

77 

27 

50 

J71 

2 

2 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

T-40 

* 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

0-170 

501 

264 

237 

500 

253 

247 

513, 

24l 

272 

508 

198 

310 

0-190 

297 

100 

197 

245 

24 

221 

348 

86 

262 

353 

72 

281 

0-200 

20 

Ih 

6 

20 

lfc 

6 

20 

14 

6 

20 

14 

6 

0-205 

63 

36 

27 

82 

39 

43 

80 

35 

45 

82 

34 

48 

0-225 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

i 

- 

. 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

0-290 

91 

71 

20 

108 

93 

15 

124 

86 

38 

59 

26 

33 

0-300 

62 

45 

17 

63 

46 

17 

64 

46 

18 

64 

46 

18 

0-335 

728 

566 

160 

03 

61 

22 

40 

22 

18 

43 

26 

17 

0-405 

95 

88 

7 

96 

88 

8 

96 

88 

8 

96 

08 

8 

0-1*25 

159 

7 

152 

193 

4 

189 

216 

22 

194 

206 

21 

185 

0-1*35 

1,309 

333 

976 

1,249 

292 

957 

ua 

330 

131 

1,158 

261 

097 

0-1*1*0 


- 

- 

109 

106 

3 

no 

106 

4 

2 

- 

2 

0-1*70 

71*6 

2l4 

532 

47 

3 

44 

192 

45 

147 

362 

25 

337 

R-670 

61* 

56 

8 

64 

56 

8 

64 

56 

8 

64 

56 

8 

R-680 

256 

216 

ho 

254 

214 

40 

254 

212 

42 

256 

212 

44 

R -755 

1*2 

17 

25 

lh 

- 

l4 

6 

1 

5 

21 

2 

19 

R-975 

2 

_ 

2 

- 

_ 

. 

_ 

- 


- 

. 

. 

R-935 

2,931 

980 

1,951 

3,260 

714 

2,546 

3,219 

790 

2,429 

3,220 

953 

2,267 

R-1300 

123 

66 

57 

531 

46 

483 

6o4 

154 

450 

708 

252 

456 

R-131*0 

1,129 

601 

528 

1,709 

485 

1,224 

1,170 

659 

519 

1,620 

629 

991 

R-1820 

1,736 

267 

1,469 

1,613 

242 

1,371 

1,885 

387 

1,498 

1,626 

372 

1,254 

R-1830 

3,861 

1,180 

2,681 

3,630 

1,083 

2,547 

3,738 

1,373 

2,365 

3,308 

915 

2,393 

R-2000 

1,534 

966 

618 

1,336 

648 

688 

1,532 

829 

703 

1,547 

900 

647 

R-2180 

8 

8 

- 

- 

_ 

_ 




_ 

_ 

_ 

R-2600 

2,527 

1,693 

634 

2,5H 

1,454 

1,057 

2,450 

1,123 

1,327 

2,304 

920 

1,384 

R-2800 

9,856 

3,940 

5,916 

9,372 

3,774 

5,598 

9,648 

3,063 

6,585 

9,443 

2,741 

6,702 

R-3350 

12,158 

2,641 

9,517 

7,704 

2,338 

5,366 

7,701 

3,021 

4,680 

8,168 

3,038 

5,130 

R-1*360 

3,140 

1,365 

1,775 

2,845 

1,239 

1,606 

3,088 

1,419 

1,669 

3,040 

1,706 

1,332 

V-770 

15 

15 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

, 

_ 

_ 

_ 


V-1650 

4,703 

657 

4,046 

4,520 

435 

4,085 

4,530 

503 

4,027 

4,269 

464 

3,805 

V-1710 

605 

259 

346 

571 

224 

347 

556 

20? 

349 

64 

4 

60 

V-3U20 

2 

1 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 


1 

1 

- 

1 

E-0O5 

54 

6 

48 

, 


_ 

_ 






E-225 

1 


1 

- 

* 

* 

1 

- 

1 


- 

2 

L-1*1*0 

109 

106 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 


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243 


TABLE 133 - I NVENTORY AND STATUS OF SPARE AIRCRAFT ENGI NES I N OVERSEAS COMMANDS 


QUARTERLY - FY 1953 


CGfrWAND 

30 SEPTEMBER 1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 JI 

JNE 195 

3 

AND 

TYPE ' 

OF 

ENGINE 

B 

"7 

41 

t d 

V 

CO 

h 

ci d 

oc 

1 

1 

ll 

US 

£•§ 

V 

CO 

is 
* < 

B 

; 

0 a> 

> ,n 

U d 

s, 

e 

B 

Service¬ 

able 

Repar- 
1 able 

TOTAL 

7,330 

6,054 

1,276 

6,^*5 

5,134 

1,411 


5,723 

1,482 

6,240 

4,577 

1,663 

ALASKAN AIR COMMAND 


491 

105 

?1T 

278 

SSL 

420 

381 

3? 

408 

368 

40 


127 

113 


50 

35 

it 

102 

83 

19 

~7& 


12 

J35 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


_ 

- 

. 

12 

12 

. 

j47 

- 

- 

- 

6 

5 


4 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

0-190 

_ 

- 

_ 

* 

_ 


_ 

_ 

- 

1 

1 

_ 

0-335 

6 

6 

. 

6 

6 


6 

6 

_ 

6 

6 

_ 

0-1*25 

3 

2 

1 

2 

1 


1 

- 

1 

- 

- 

- 

0-435 

5 

5 

- 

2 

2 


2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

* 

0-470 

13 

13 

- 

4 

4 


4 

4 

_ 

3 

3 

- 

R-755 

l4 

12 

2 

3 

3 


3 

3 

- 

- 

- 

- 

R-985 

26 

23 

3 

17 

15 


11 

10 

1 

13 

13 

- 

R-1340 

- 

- 

- 


- 


_ 

- 

_ 

1 

1 

_ 

R-1020 

39 

33 

6 

32 

32 


29 

29 

. 

24 

21 

3 

R-1830 

137 

82 

55 

37 

26 

n 

39 

35 

4 

70 

63 

7 

R-2000 

79 

62 

17 

28 

25 


34 

34 

_ 

24 

24 


R-2800 

21 

20 

msi 

12 

11 


5 

5 

_ 

7 


- 

R-3350 

78 

77 


26 

25 


73 

65 

8 

3 1 * 


13 

RJ1360 

10 

10 


12 

11 


23 

21 

2 

50 


_ 

V-1710 

38 

33 


80 

76 


84 

82 

2 

86 


5 

AIR MATERIEL COMMAND-OVERSEAS 

_ 

, 

HU 

2 

_ 

2 

2 

. 

2 

35 


2 

■—ST955 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

55 

55 

. 

R-2800 

" 

- 


2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

ANG, PUERTO RICO 

_ 

_ 


9 

8 

1 




_ 




“ 

T~ 


~s 

S 

~7 

“ 

“7 

“7 

“I 

“ 

7 

R-1830 

_ 

- 


3 

3 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

R-2800 

- 

- 

- 

4 

3 

1 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CARIBBEAN AIR COWAND 

108 

46 

62 

65 

46 

19 

86 

48 

39 

62 

51 

U 


11 

15 

1 

~B 


T 


*"7 


~ 



0-1*35 

5 

3 

2 

3 

2 

1 



3 

3 

3 


0-1*70 

6 

1 

5 

6 

4 

2 


2 

4 

3 

3 


R-985 

3 

1 

2 

3 

3 

- 


2 

2 

4 

4 


R-1820 

l4 

5 

9 

8 

6 

2 

18 

11 

7 

15 

14 

1 

R-1830 

1*8 

17 

31 

30 

22 

8 

3 1 * 

17 

17 

18 

11 

7 

R-2000 

14 

5 

9 

5 

5 

_ 

13 

11 

2 

12 

11 

1 

R-2800 

7 

4 

3 

4 

4 

“ 

8 

5 

3 

7 

5 

2 

far east air forces command 

3,822 

3,015 

807 

if 378 

2,410 

960 

4,007 

3,029 

978 

2,854 

1,839 

l ,015 

*133 

525 

505 



“275 

153 

■'433 

■Ettl 

T56 

"T5I 

yii 


*135 

496 

399 

97 

448 

341 

107 

482 


148 

312 

199 

ifl 

*147 

432 

365 

67 

325 

236 

89 

700 


51 

296 

207 

89 

0-170 

10 

10 

- 

5 

2 

3 

10 

mgs 

5 

5 

5 

* 

0-190 

16 

l4 

2 

13 

13 

- 

14 


8 

9 

' 1 

0 

0-205 

4 

4 

- 

4 

4 

- 

4 

_ 

4 

4 

_ 

4 

0-335 

16 

15 

1 

42 

31 

n 

41 

32 

9 

40 

33 

7 

0-1*05 

1 

1 

- 

_ 

. 

- 

_ 



- 



0-1*35 

59 

56 

3 

57 

54 

3 

20 

17 

3 

56 

47 

9 

0-1*70 

58 

35 

23 

274 

129 

145 

402 

179 

223 

363 

70 

293 

R-985 

50 

39 

11 

40 

34 

6 

71 

54 

17 


43 

13 

R-13**0 

86 

72 

l4 

67 

56 

11 

124 

99 

25 

86 

67 

19 

R-1820 

110 

94 

16 

66 

56 

10 

93 

53 

4o 

71 

43 

23 

R-1830 

189 

148 

4l 

166 

128 

38 

241 

184 

57 

173 

117 

58 

R-2000 

271 

200 

71 

248 

168 

80 

165 

141 

24 

105 

91 

14 

R-2600 

. 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

8 

8 

_ 

R-2800 

290 

246 

44 

253 

178 

75 

352 

273 

79 

290 

221 

69 

R-3350 

1*35 

213 

222 

571 

449 

122 

553 

439 

94 

348 

231 

117 

R-!*36o 

71 

65 

6 

106 

90 

16 

201 

194 

7 

219 

193 

26 

v-1650 

703 

650 

53 

231 

170 

61 

121 

93 

28 

6a 

50 

12 

JOINT BRAZIL US-MILITARY CCMM. 

20 

l6 

4 

15 

_ 

15 




9 

■ 

3 


if 

I? 

C 

15 


TZ 



■7 

r 

■mi 

1 

R-1830 

4 

4 


3 

1 

3 

H 

H 

- 

5 

m 

1 


CONFIDENTIAL 










































244 


CONFIDENTIAL 


TABLE 1 33 — INVENTORY AND STATUS OF SPARE AIRCRAFT ENGINES IN OVERSEAS COMMANDS 

QUARTERLY —FY 1953 — Continued 



30 SEPTEMBER 

1952 

31 DECEMBER 1952 

31 MARCH 1953 

30 JUNE 19 

>3 

AND 

TYPE 

OF 

ENGINE 

B 

1 

d> 

<J <u 

•M •—1 
> & 

U 83 
<U 

cn 

Repar¬ 

able 

a 

Service¬ 

able 

Repar¬ 

able 

B 

Service¬ 

able 

is 

a» <3 
ce 

0 

T 

A 

L 

tl 

u at 

H 
> XI 

U c} 

'Si 

1 

u at 

S.3 

41 05 

X 

MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE 
OVERSEAS 

295 

259 

36 

403 

282 

121 

382 

294 

88 

358 

296 

62 

J33' 




- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8“ 

E 

2 

J35 

5 

5 

- 

6 

5 

1 

5 

- 

5 

- 

’ 

“ 

J47 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

2 

- 

0-190 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

0-435 

5 

5 

- 

2 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

R-935 

5 

5 

- 

5 

4 

1 

4 

4 

- 

3 

3 

- 

F-1340 

3 

3 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

F-1820 

32 

27 

5 

26 

21 

5 

20 

12 

8 

33 

22 

11 

F-1830 

33 

32 

1 

39 

29 

10 

28 

21 

7 

31 

23 

8 

R -2000 

99 

02 

17 

l6l 

109 

52 

133 

86 

47 

119 

92 

27 

R-2800 

8 

6 

2 

12 

11 

1 

5 

5 

- 

21 

19 

2 

R-3350 

76 

71 

5 

123 

75 

48 

148 

131 

17 

95 

86 

9 

R-4360 

17 

11 

6 

22 

19 

3 

35 

31 

4 

42 

39 

•3 

0-030 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

v-1650 

9 

9 


4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

* 

NORTHEAST AIR COf-iKAND 

-J33 

62 

60 

2 

123 

"53 

114 

“51 

9 

2 

169 

79 

El 

33 

T 

217 

100 

199 

"95 

18 

T 

J35 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9b 

- 

4 

4 

- 

J47 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

fi-905 

4 

4 

_ 

3 

2 

1 

5 


1 

5 

5 

- 

R-1820 

16 

15 

1 

7 

7 

- 

18 

14 

4 

16 

15 

1 

E-1830 

11 

11 

_ 

10 

10 

- 

10 

7 

3 

28 

25 

3 

R-2000 

17 

16 

1 

40 

34 

6 

36 

17 

19 

43 

35 

8 

R-2600 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 

3 

- 

3 

3 

- 

R-2800 

12 

12 

- 

11 

11 

- 

7 

7 

- 

4 

4 

- 

R-3350 

1 

1 

- 

7 

7 

- 

9 

7 

2 

8 

8 

- 

R-4360 

1 

1 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

5 

3 

2 

STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND-OVERSEAS 

J33 

61 

53 

8 

189 

114 

75 

178 

147 

31 

390 

? 

324 

T 

66 

J35 

- 

- 

. 

40 

20 

20 

_ 


- 

28 

12 

16 

J4? 

- 

- 

. 

2 

2 

- 

35 

32 

3 

125 

121 

4 

0-190 

2 

2 

- 

• 

- 

- 

2 


- 

2 

2 

- 

0-470 

4 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

R-985 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 


- 

4 

4 

- 

R-1340 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

R-1820 

2 

2 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 


- 

3 

1 

2 

R-1830 

7 

6 

1 

5 

1 

4 

9 


- 

6 

6 

- 

R-2000 

2 

1 

1 

2 

2 

- 

3 


- 

6 

6 

- 

R-2800 

is 

13 

3 

- 

- 

- 

9 


- 

9 

9 

- 

R-3350 

7 

7 

- 

87 

65 

22 

42 

28 

14 

67 

43 

24 

R-4360 

17 

l4 

3 

53 

24 

29 

70 

56 

14 

131 

112 

19 

V-1650 

" 

- 


* 

- 

* 

- 

- 

- 

5 

4 

1 

U . S. AIR FORCES IN EUROPE 

2,366 

2,114 

292 

2,044 

1,874 

170 

1,961 

1,686 

273 

1,907 

1,461 

446 

J33 

ur 


9 

267 

~555 

~n 

151 

TS7 

”25 


130 

12 

J35 

925 

864 

6l 

493 

455 

38 

340 

222 

us 

322 

226 

96 

J47 

145 

125 

20 

176 

169 

7 

202 

181 

21 

273 

131 

142 

0-335 

11 

10 

1 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

- 

2 

2 

. 

0X35 

104 

82 

22 

91 

87 

4 

175 

170 

5 

38 

36 

2 

0-470 

52 

19 

33 

38 

34 

4 

- 

- 

- 

5 

5 

- 

R-9S5 

19 

19 

- 

23 

21 

2 

24 

22 

>2 

27 

25 

2 

r-1340 

23 

22 

1 

25 

22 

3 

15 

Ik 

1 

37 

37 

_ 

r-1820 

44 

33 

11 

37 

31 

6 

45 

45 

- 

63 

52 

11 

K-1830 

218 

156 

62 

188 

126 

62 

230 

194 

36 

286 

232 

54 

R-2000 

131 

125 

6 

176 

159 

17 

217 

189 

26 

218 

191 

27 

R-2800 

l64 

143 

21 

171 

l6l 

10 

194 

187 

7 

148 

138 

10 

R-3350 

251 

248 

3 

236 

232 

4 

226 

196 

- 30 

221 

146 

75 

R-4360 

__ 

142 

140 

2 

121 

120 

1 

140 

_ 

139 

1 

125 

110 

15 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, Directorate of Statistical Services, DCS/C. 




















































A v iat ion Fuel 


Pait VII 


308700 O - 54 ( Face p. 244) 













SECRET 


245 


AVIATION FUEL AND OIL 

9 

The Information contained in this section summarizes USAF 
aviation fuel and oil, world-wide, for PIscal Year 1953- 

The data shown in Tables 1 through 7 include fuel and oil 
inventories, Issues and receipts. Storage capacity Is not in¬ 
cluded as a new reporting system was started in September 1953 
to Improve the accuracy of storage capacity figures. A stor¬ 
age capacity table will be included in the Statistical Digest 
for PIscal Year 1954. 

Base and Terminal fuel inventories, both Jet and avgas, 
increased during the fiscal year by 8,249,486 barrels or £>\%. 
Total Inventory as of 30 June 1953 was 21,696,842 barrels of 
which 8,245,293 barrels (38^) were Jet fuel. Cumulative fuel 
Issues as of 30 June 1953 totaled 50,744,926 barrels of which 
20,494,377 barrels (4o£) were Jet. Total issues during FY 53 
increased by 14,630,280 barrels, or 4l#, over the PY 52 fig¬ 
ures of 36,114,646 barrels. For the first time Jet i3sues 
totaled more than anyone of the avgas grades. Total oil in¬ 
ventory as of 30 June 1953 was 160,477 barrels. Oil issues 
during the year totaled 438,936 barrels. This is 1 barrel of 
oil issued for every 116 barrels of fuel. 

The tables In this section were developed by the Director¬ 
ate of Statistical Services based on the World-Wide Aviation 
Fuel Inventory ar.d Issues Report, RCS: SS-AU- 26 . 



SECRET 


TABLE J34 - INVENTORIES OF USAF AVIATION FUEL — FY 51 ^ 52 1 S3 





B 

A R R E L S 0 

F 4 2 US 

GALLONS 




LOCATION 

FISC 

A L YEAR 

1953 

FISC 

A L YEAR 

19 5 2 

7 ISCA 

l L YEAR 

19 5 1 


TOTAL 

JET 

AVGAS 

TOTAL 

JET 

AVGAS 

TOTAL 

JET 

AVGAS 

WORLD-WIDE 

21,696,81*2 

8,245,293 

13 , 451,549 

13 , 447,356 

3,920,241 

9,527,115 

12 , 639,571 ! 

3,514,282 

9 , 125,289 

Zone of Interior. 

10,196,1*18 

4,729,066 

5,467,352 

3 , 944,475 

1,101,130 

2,843,345 

4,721,466 

1,293,169 

3 , 428,297 

Base.. 

Terminal.. 

In Transit . 

2,205,817 

7,550,632 

139,969 

1,188,675 

3,264,437 

275,954 

1,017,142 

4,286,195 

164,015 

1 , 217,691 

2 , 695,928 

30,856 

374,643 

710,359 

16,128 

843,048 

1,985,569 

14,728 

1,307,986 

3,250,480 

163,000 

245,805 

934,364 

113,000 

1 , 062,181 

2 , 316,116 

50,000 

Overseas. 

11,500,124 

3,516,227 

7,904,197 

9,502,801 

2,819,111 ! 

6,683,770 

7,918,105 

2,221,11-3 

5 , 696,992 

Base , ......... 

Terminal.. 

In Transit . 

4,419,594 

6,645,830 

435,000 

1,247,138 

2,120,089 

149,000 

3,172,456 

4,525,741 

286,000 

3 , 016,604 

5 , 181,503 

1,304,774 

945,290 
1,550,618 j 

323,203 

2,071,314 

3,630,805 

981,571 

1,749,508 a/ 
5,341,597 
827,000 

399,251 

1 , 329,862 

492,000 

1 , 350,257 * 
4,011,735 ' 
335,000 


a j Includes 3»288 barrels in caches. 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, D/Statiatical Services, DCS/C 


TABLE 135 - CUMULATIVE BASE ISSUES OF USAF OWNED FUEL - FY 51, 52,53 


ISSUED TO 



B 

ARRELS OF 42 US 

GALLONS 




FISC 

A L YEAR 

1953 

fisc; 

L YEAR 

1952 

FISC/ 

L YEAR 

1951 

TOTAL 

JET 

AVGAS 

TOTAL 

JET 

AVGAS • 

TOTAL 

JET 

AVGAS 

WORLD-WIDE ISSUES & LOSSES 

50 , 744,926 

20,494,377 

30 , 250,549 

36,114,646 

11,600,015 

24,514,631 

26 , 224,672 

7 , 291,385 

18 , 933,287 

Net Issues . 

50 , 379,060 

20,382,226 

29 , 996,834 

35,300,409 

11,458,719 

23,841,690 

25 , 700,968 

7 , 157,276 

18 , 543,692 

Losses . 

365,866 

112,151 

253,715 

814,237 

141,296 

672,941 

523,704 

134,109 

389,595 

A/C of USAF Commands. . . . 

42 , 289,943 

18,525,157 

23 , 764,786 

32 , 696,326 

10,907,804 

21,788,522 

22,607,234 

6 , 692,301 

15,914,933 

Reserve Components A/C. . . 

229,974 

8,928 

221,046 

250,650 

36,589 

2l4,o6l 

1,147,368 

194,997 

952,371 

Aircraft Other than USAF. . 

1 , 937,251 

288,170 

1,649,081 

1,531,874 

182,282 

1,349,592 

1,320,891 

66,058 

1,254,833 

Other than Aircraft . . . 

1,040,663 

490,938 

549,725 

821,559 

332,044 

489,515 

625,475 

203,920 

421,555 

Cash Issues a/. 

6,451 

60 

6,391 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sales to Other than USAF. . 

4,874,778 

1,068,973 

3,805,805 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


a/ Cash issues reporting effective September 1952. 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, D/Statistleal Services, DCS/C 


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247 


TABLE 136 - SUMMARY WORLD-Wl DE USAF FUEL. I NVENTORY - END OF QUARTER - FY 1953 


LOCATION 


BARRELS 

0 ? 4 2 US 

GALLONS 


TOTAL 


GRADE 0 

F FUEL 


JET 

115/145 

100/150 

91 / 96-80 



3 0 S 

EPTEMBER 1 

952 


WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL .... 

14,251,815 

4,628,864 

5 . 490,071 

5 , 909,219 

225,659 

Zone of Interior .... 

5 , 800,792 

1,282,695 

986,051 

1 , 517,525 

214,721 

Overseas. 

9,189,021 

2,742,169 

4,146,020 

2 , 291,894 

8,953 

In Transit . 

1 , 262,000 

604,000 

v n ,000 

300,000 




3 1 D 

EC EMBER 19 

5 2 


WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL .... 

16,551.091 

MHW 

5 , 456,266 

5 , 880,755 

518.717 

Zone of Interior .... 

5,821.571 

2 , 921,819 

896,084 

1 , 723,993 

279.675 

Overseas. 

9,215,826 

5 . 225.812 

4 , 257,182 

1 , 725,895 

6,959 

In Transit . 

1,295,694 

549.724 

285.000 

450,867 

32,103 



3 1 

MARCH 1953 


WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL .... 

18,162,214 

7,051,647 

6 , 580,865 

4,505,524 

246,180 

Zone of Interior .... 

6,770,175 

5,556.525 

1,117,730 

2,089,255 

226,665 

Overseas ........ 

10,026,704 

3,137,029 

4 , 759.815 

2,145.596 

6,464 

In Transit . 

1,565,557 

558,095 

525,518 

270,875 

13,051 



5 0 

JUNE 1953 



WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL .... 

21, 696 .842 

8,245.295 

8 , 615.151 

4,528,854 

507,5S4 

Zone of Interior , . . . 

9,756,449 

4,455.112 

2,974,242 

2 , 085,679 

245,416 

Overseas. 

11,065,424 

5.567.227 

5,591,660 

2,300,751 

5,786 

In Transit . 

874,969 

424,954 

249,229 

144,404 

56,582 


SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, D/Statlstical services, DCS/C 


TABLE 137 - AVI ATION FUEL RECEl PTS FROM I NDUSTRY - FY 1953 


TYPE 



oradeoffuel 

JET 

115/145 

200/130 

91/96 

so 

GRAND TOTAL. . . . 

HU 


14 , 782,920 

15 , 817,586 

HI 

43,069 

Bulk. 

Contractor-Owned Into-Plane Issues. 

Purchases Frojn Other than USAF. . . 

55.289.240 

1.962,154 

1,778.275 

25 . 056,709 

575.556 

411,024 

15 , 555,455 

505,500 

924,187 

14,218,041 

1,163,495 

450,852 

2, 433 ,5So 

112,213 

12,210 

47,477 

592 


SOURCES: USAF POL Accounting Division, MAAMA 
Fuels and Lubricants Division, MASEA 


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SECRET 


TABLE 138 — WORLD—WI DE U5AF AVIATION FUEL INVENTORY — END OF QUARTER — FY 1953 

(USAF Owned Aviation Fuel On Hand - Does not include fuel in transit or contractor owned stocks on USAF Installations) 




00 






BARR 

ELS OF 

42 U.S. 

GALLO 

N S 
















AND 


TOTAL 


J E 

T 

115/145 

100/130 

91/96-30 














TOTAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 





A S 

OF 3 0 

S E P T E M B 

E R 19 5 2 





12 , 989,613 

5,071,079 

7 , 918,734 

1 , 527,463 

2,497,401 

2 , 314,816 

2 , 817,255 

1 , 153,438 

2 , 455,781 

75,362 

148,297 

"iTM in Inal 

3,0667792 

1 , 521,907 

miWMKmm 

553,646 


ii 1111 ■ 

493*401 

'4o3,64"5 

9137603 

67,049 

1477672 

OVERSEAS. 

9 , 189,021 

3 , 549,092 

5 , 639,929 

968,817 

1 , 773,352 

1,822,166 

2 , 323,854 

749,796 

1 , 542,098 

8,313 

625 

OVERSEAS 












CINCAL Alaska .... 

532,664 

318,350 

214 ,314 

45,463 

70,203 

77,732 

26,850 

192,633 

117,253 

2,522 

- 

CINCARIB Canal Zone . . 

37,488 

37,488 

- 

- 

- 

124 

- 

37,065 

- 

299 

- 

Puerto Rico. . 

36,257 

36,257 

- 

- 

- 

24 ,269 

- 

11,939 

- 

49 

- 

CINCUSAREUR Austria. . . . 

1,181 

1,181 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1,168 

- 

13 

- 

France .... 

285,105 

205,105 

- 

225,480 

- 

42,809 

- 

16,695 

- 

121 

- 

Germany. . . . 

408,737 

59,158 

349,579 

38,943 

113,154 

12,800 

129,443 

6,977 

106,982 

438 

- 

Netherlands. . 

276,620 

- 

276,620 

- 

94,882 

- 

64,595 

- 

117,143 

- 

- 

CINCFE Formosa. .'. . 

6,538 

6 , 53 a 

- 

3.037 

- 

- 

- 

3,501 

- 

- 

- 

Japan. .... 

2 , 699,150 

356,224 

2 , 342,926 

171,745 

981,185 

40,752 

482,357 

142,251 

879,364 

1,476 

- 

Korea. 

309,182 

137,697 

171,485 

72,687 

88,947 

8,352 

29,826 

54,609 

52,712 

2,049 

- 

Okinawa. . . . 

195,766 

120,292 

75A7 1 * 

26,o4o 

32,479 

42,990 

- 

51,262 

42,995 

- 

- 

CINCLANT Azores .... 

101,785 

101,785 

- 

2,520 

- 

98,681 

- 

- 

~ 

584 

" 

Iceland. . , . 

222,411 

84,218 

138,193 

11,465 

- 

72,753 

138,193 


- 

* 

- 

CINCNE Greenland. . . 

1,029,417 

1,029,417 

- 

253,461 

- 

775,956 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Labrador . . . 

282,494 

282,494 

- 

30,886 

- 

251,228 

- 

- 

- 

380 

- 

Newfoundland . 

9*>,553 

94,553 

- 

16,780 

- 

77,451 

- 


* 

322 


CINCNELM 












Medit’n Libya. 

19,019 

19,819 

- 

4,276 

- 

15,543 

- 

* 

* 

- 

- 

Morocco. . . . 

213,031 

208,823 

4,208 

24,490 

3,157 

184,333 

1,051 

- 

- 

- 

- 

U. Kingdom England. . . . 

1,022,868 

57,832 

1 , 765,036 

25,770 

306,466 

26,476 

1,378,326 

5,586 

80,244 

- 

- 

CINCPAC Guam . 

34,785 

34,785 

- 


- 

34,785 

- 


“ 

“ 

- 

Hawaii .... 

247,114 

159,036 

88,078 

13 

- 

12,858 

- 

146,119 

88,078 

46 

- 

Iwo Jima . . . 

19,819 

19,819 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

19,819 

- 

- 

- 

Johnston Is. . 

50,844 

50,844 

- 

- 

- 

13,951 


36,893 

- 

- 

- 

Philippine Is. 

261,393 

47,377 

2l4,0l6 

15,761 

82,879 

8,323 

73,205 

23,279 

57,307 

14 

625 





A S 

OF 3 1 

D E C E M B E 

mam 






15,035,397 

6,273,939 

8 , 761,458 

2 , 303,490 

3,842,i4i 

2 , 653,064 

2 , 500,202 

1,227,193 

2,222,693 

90,192 

196,422 


5,821,571 


3,0O3,YO2 

933,435 

1,953,304 

'443,697 

452,387 

521,966 

i’o 2 o ’666 

83,771 


OVERSEAS. 

9 , 213,826 

4 , 256,070 

4 , 957,756 

1 , 335,055 

1,888,757 

2 , 209,367 

2,047,815 

705,227 

6,421 

518 

OVERSEAS 












CINCAL Alaska .... 

552,162 

306,096 

246,066 

53,150 

81,740 

' 87,862 

50,931 

163,943 

113,395 

1,121 

- 

CINCARIB Canal Zone . . 

61,739 

61,73** 

. 

- 

- 

261 

- 

61,190 

- 

283 

- 

Puerto Rico. . 

55,958 

55,958 

- 

- 

- 

28,412 

- 

27,513 

- 

33 

- 

CINCUSAREUR Austria. . . . 

859 

859 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

011 

- 

48 

- 

France .... 

310,195 

310,195 

- 

248,253 

_ 

" 

46,764 

_ 

— 

14,918 

“ 

260 

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(USAF Owned Aviation Fuel on Hand - Does not include fuel in transit or contractor owned stocks on USAF Installations) 







BARR 

ELS OF 

42 u. s. 

a A L L 0 N S 

















AND 


TOTAL 


J 

T 

115/145 

100/130 

91 / 96-80 
















TOTAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

TERMINAL 

BASE 

terminal 

CINCUSAREUR 




A S 

OF 3 1 

D E C E M B E 

R 19 5 2 

(Conti 

n u e d) 




- Cont’d 








6,715 


408 



Germany..... 

467,351 

66,397 


42,485 

173,121 

16,789 

130,123 

97,710 

- 


Netherlands. . 

221,524 

- 


- 

170,120 

- 

31,571 

- 

19,833 

- 

- 

CINCFE 

Formosa. . . . 

6,126 

6,126 

- 

2,686 

- 

- 

- 

3,440 

- 

- 

- 


Japan. 

2,097,943 

559,357 

1 , 538,591 

230,444 

758,373 

88,653 

231,004 

238,370 

549,214 

1,890 

- 


Korea. 

229,509 

128,773 

100,736 

77,250 

69,419 

9,539 

10,555 

40,580 

20,762 

1,404 

- 


Okinawa. . . . 

133,964 

94,474 

39,490 

21,120 

21,099 

28,179 

10,490 

45,171 

7,901 

4 

- 

CINCLANT 

Azores .... 

101,785 

101,785 

- 

2,520 

- 

98,681 

- 

- 

- 

584 

- 


Iceland. . . . 

219,733 

84,218 

135,517 

11,465 

- 

72,753 

135,517 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

CINCNE 

Greenland. . . 

1,108,559 

1 , 108,559 

- 

353,989 

- 

754,570 

- 


- 

- 

- 


Labrador , . . 

778,427 

778,427 

- 

169,222 

- 

609,205 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Newfoundland . 

125,575 

125,575 

- 

54,434 

- 

70,819 

- 

- 

- 

322 

- 

CINCNELM 













Medlt'n 

Libya. ♦ . . . 

8,414 


8,414 

- 

- 

- 

8,4l4 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Morocco. . . . 

248,490 

175,649 

72,841 

17,805 

- 

157,844 

72,841 

- 

- 

- 

- 

U. Kingdom England. . . . 

2,007,661 

60,308 

1,947,353 

22,773 

557,313 

32,094 

1,330,437 

5,441 

59,603 

- 

- 

CINCPAC 

Guam. 

64,811 

64,811 

- 

- 

- 

64,811 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Hawaii .... 

134,681 

43,909 

90,772 

3,174 

- 

19,749 

- 

20,946 

90,772 

4o 

- 


Iwo Jima . . . 

13,341 

13,341 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

13,341 

- 

- 

- 


Johnston Is. . 

54,886 

54,886 

- 

- 

- 

15,071 


39,815 


- 

- 


Philippine Is. 

210,131 

54,633 

155,498 

24,285 

57,572 

7,291 

35,932 

23,033 

61,476 

24 

518 






■KBaa 

MARCH 

BEEEH 






16,796,877 

6 , 614,530 

10,102 ,347 

2 , 436,545 

4,037,007 


3,022,405 

1,219,949 

3,012,702 

122 ,896 

110,233 

ZONE OF INTERIOR. . . 

67770,173 

573257 x 71 

4,b48,oo5 




646,061 

Ml III III 


■ m 111 M 

110,233 

OVERSEAS. 

10,026,704 

4 , 492,359 

5,534,345 

1,399,868 

1 , 737,161 

2,363,471 

2 , 376,344 

722,556 

1,420,840 

6,464 

- 

OVERSEAS 












CINCAL 

Alaska . 

482/380 

238,680 

243,700 

40,157 

80,000 

82,086 

76,900 

115,146 

06,800 

1,291 

- 

cincarib 

Canal Zone . . 

52,992 

52,992 

- 

- 

- 

882 

- 

52,110 

- 

- 

- 


Puerto Rico. . 

58,815 

58,815 


- 

- 

25,881 

- 

32,906 

- 

28 

- 

a/ciNCUSAHEUR 

Austria. . . . 

966 

966 

* 

- 


- 

- 

924 

- 

42 

- 


France .... 

298,832 

298,832 

- 

246,392 

- 

4i,664 

; 

10,430 

- 

346 

- 


Germany. . . . 

419,648 

104,734 

314,914 

73,219 

107,750 

22,393 

117,530 

8,684 

89,634 

438 

- 

b/CINCFE 

Formosa. . . . 

6,126 

6,126 

- 

2,686 

- 

- 

- 

3,440 

- 

- 

- 

Japan. .... 

{ 

587,624 

( 

220,724 

( 649,997 

92,189 

< 

272,684 

( 

2,027 

- 


Korea. 

(2,709,345' 

203,417 

( 1 , 810,767 

134,761 

13,579 

(352,422 

53,572 

(808,348 

1,485 

- 


Okinawa. . . . 

( 

107,537 

( 

36,451 

( 

21,988 

( 

49,098 

( 

- 

- 

CINCLANT 

Azores .... 

218,485 

218,485 


11,402 


156,843 


49,874 


366 

- 


Iceland. . . . 

206,015 

71,483 

134,532 

- 

- 

71,483 

134,532 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CINCNE 

Greenland. . . 

1,049,284 

1,049,284 


342,977 

- 

706,307 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 


Labrador . . . 

719,087 

719,087 

- 

152,173 

- 

566,914 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Newfoundland . 

192,449 

192,449 

_ 

56,016 

- 

136,111 

- 

- 

- 

322 

- 

CINCNELM 













Medlt'n 

Libvn. 

59,358 

36,979 

22,379 

15,163 

5,906 

21,811 

16,473 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Morocco. . . . 

319,9'fO 

264,781 

55,189 

20,924 

29,293 

243,857 

25,896 

- 


- 

- 

U. Kingdom England. . . . 

2,380,444 

66,775 

2 , 313,669 

20,446 

864,215 

42,102 

1,404,642 

4,227 

44,812 

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BARRELS 


JET 


U. S. GALLONS 


115/1^5 



100/130 


91/96-So 


TERMINAL 


TERMINAL 


Guam .... 
Hawaii . . . 
Iwo Jlma . . 
Johnston la. 
Philippine la 



WORLD-WIDE - 


ZONE OF INTERI 
OVERSEAS. . . . 


CINCAL 
CINCARIB 

CINCUSAREUR 

c/CINCFE 

cinclant 

CINCNE 


ClNONELM 
Medit’n 


U. Kingdom 
CINCPAC 


Alaska . . . 
Canal Zone . 
Puerto Rico. 
Austria. . . 
France . . . 
Germany. . . 
Japan. . . . 
Korea. . . . 

Okinawa, . . 
Azores . . . 
Iceland. . . 
Greenland. . 
Labrador . . 
Newfoundland 

Libya. . . . 
Morocco. . . 
England. . . 
Guam .... 
Hawaii . . . 
Iwo Jima . . 
Johnston la. 
Philippine Ia 


20,821,873 


ll’,OS5,hZk 


4io,oe6 
41,789 
137,311 
29 

312,140 

555,248 

2,514,819 

625,489 

202,058 

250,882 

204,528 

1,052,185 

712,707 

185,657 

34,082 

251,614 

2,574,393 

64,811 

683,147 

7,197 

56,048 

189,264 



Z—L 

1 6,625,411 

14,196,462 I 

m&canmm 


4,419,594 

6,645,830 

299,056 

110,970 

41,789 


137,3U 

- 

29 


28,397 

283,743 

103,436 

451,812 

625,842 

1,888,977 

?6?!^4 


250,882 

- 

71,131 

133,397 

1,052,185 

- 

712,707 

_ 

185,657 

- 

34,032 

_ 

195,880 

55,734 

92,155 

2,482,238 

64,811 

- 

26,425 

656,722 

7,197 

- 

56,048 

- 

6o,6Uo 

128,624 


2,473 

23,879 


2,435,813 



Continued 


247,949 



MARCH 1953 


64,811 

18,922 

3,207 

21,940 

8,501 


5,384,526 I 2,615,922 I 5.549,980 I 1,236,466 3,145,964 | ^5^210 


3,2bd,437 405,075 2,500,3b7 421,030 1,00.1,041 

2,120,089 2,350,047 3,041,613 816,628 1,484,123 

20,259 104,503 36,329 139,643 54,382 

824 - 40,965 

£15,622 - 21,662 


36,466 

239,466 

447,791 



26,672 

937,840 

128,591 

62,025 


4,809 

11,584 

107,457 

12,147 

28,055 

142,082 

71,131 

710,941 

567,570 

129,550 

15,975 

168,065 

48,313 

64,811 

19,760 

2,421 

14,729 

9,698 


29,062 

1,516,246 


4,945 

10,394 

256,857 

60,075 

103,295 

97,124 


88,650 

794,600 

133,344 

25,268 


28,152 

293,133 



NOTE: The above fuel inventoriee excluded in transit fuel as follows: 

1,262,000 bbls, 30 Sep 52 1,365,337 this, 31 Mar 53 

1,295,694 bbls, 31 Dec 52 874,969 bbls, 30 Jun 53 

a/ Netherlands dropped, since it had no USAF owned fuel. 

W Terminal breakdown for C1NCFE by country not available. 
cj Formosa dropped since it had no USAF owned fuel, 

SOURCE: Materiel Statistics Division, D/Statlstlcal Services, DCS/C 


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RECIPIENT 

j GRADE of fuel 

[Barrels of 42 US Gallons] 


Cumulative 

Since 

1 July 1952 


JET 

115/145 





SIMMARY 

1 JULY 1952 

30 JUNE 1953 


TOTAL met issues and losses. 

50,744,926 

20 , 494,377 

12 , 455,313 

15,180,730 

2,614,506 



18 , 461,983 

6,603,164 

5,644,455 

5,966,468 

247,896 


8a7Wf*WIM;U.);«»^- . ' J. ' f 



£, 810,858 




ISSUED TO 







a/Aircraft of USaF Commands . 

42 , 289,943 

10 , 525,157 

9,229,744 

12 , 341,606 

2,193,436 


Reserve Components Aircraft . 

229,974 

8,928 

531 

204,087 

16,428 


Aircraft Other Than USAF.. . 

1,937,251 

288,170 

679,646 

857,329 

112,106 


Other Than Aircraft . 

1,040,663 

490,938 

182,019 

322,133 

45,573 


Cash Issues. 

6,451 

60 

4,639 

1,640 

112 


b/Salee to Others . 

4,874,778 

1 , 068,973 

2,248,968 

1 , 321,136 

235,701 


~ Determinable Losses . 

365,866 

112,151 

109,766 

132,799 

11,150 



FIRST QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 (JULY -SEPTEMBER 1952) 

TOTAL NET ISSUES AND DET. LOSSES. . . . 

11,237,1^ 

4 , 121,137 

2,467,368 

4, 250,289 

398,370 

11 , 237,164 



4,121., 137 

2 , 407,390 


390,370 


total RET ISSUES. 

11 , 063,966 

4 , 072,626 

2,426,831 

4,172,241 

392,268 

11 , 063,966 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

Ulo6j;$t6 

4 , 072 ,b 26 

2,42b,B31 

4|W,441. 



DETERMINABLE LOSSES. 

173,196 

48,511 

40,537 

78,048 

6,102 

173,198 

Cumulative Since 1 July 195 2 .... 

173,198 

48,511 

40,537 


b, 102 


AIRCRAFT OF USAF COMMANDS 








10,359,123 

3,919,530 

2,232,131 

3,847,083 

360,379 

10 , 359,123 

Air Defense Cooaand. 

1 nra 

495,117 

1,142 

147,324 

6,715 

■aaisa 

Air Materiel Command. 

220,117 

67,261 

27,699 

122,751 

2,206 

220,117 

Air Proving Ground Conmand. 

72,815 

31,504 

10,037 

30,934 

340 

72,015 

Air Research and Development Command. . 

193,551 

89 A 90 

17,515 

81,318 

5,228 

193,551 

Air Training Command. 

2,501,457 

1,445,964 

42,612 

729,536 

283,345 

2 , 501,457 

Air University.... 

22,490 

98 

13 

14,295 

8,084 

22,490 

Continental Air Command. 

40,074 

1,673 

637 

36,054 

1,710 

40,074 

Headquarters Conmand.. 

91>55 

275 

830 

87,977 

2,373 

91,455 

Military Air Transport Service. 

879,220 

13,946 

404,504 

458,216 

2,554 

879,220 

Strategic Air Command . 

2,247,054 

266,629 

1,346,728 

629,054 

4,643 

2 , 247,054 

Tactical Air Command. 

524,701 

136,718 

112,479 

262,517 

12,987 


USAF Security Service . 

1,555 

615 

- 

936 

4 


Alaakan Air Command. 

142,865 

83,359 

13,619 

45,820 

67 


Air Forces in Europe.. 

596,129 

420,912 

40,359 

133,935 

923 

596,129 

Caribbean Air Command . 

4,401 

19 

- 

4,327 

55 

4,401 

Far East Air Forces . 

1,653,587 

772,0^0 

111,081 

769,522 

944 

1,653,587 

Northeast Air Command . 

26,816 

21 

26,351 

444 

. 

26,8l6 

Into-Plane from contractor owned stocks 

490,530 

93,689 

76,325 

292,123 

28,201 

490,538 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

10,359,123 

3 , 919,530 

2,232,131 

3,847,083 

360,379 


RESERVE COMPONENTS AIRCRAFT 







TOTAL RET ISSUES . 

49,968 

100 

331 

48,666 

871 

49,968 

Air Force Reserve.. 

T7% 

— 5 

“57 

“37333 

553 

“37% 

Air National Guard. 

46,363 

92 

248 

45,355 

668 

46,363 

Cumulative Since L July 1952 .... 

49,968 

100 

331 

48,666 

871 


c/ AIRCRAFT OTHER THAN USAF 







toi'al ket'Issues . . . . . . 

423,807 

57,972 

154,086 

188,457 

23,292 

423,807 

Canadian Air Force or Navy. 

lbUbc 

7,537 

ll990 

b, 51b 

337 

lb;160 

Commercial Air Lines. 

129,708 

745 

9,967 

109,160 

9,836 

129,708 

Foreign Governments . 

38,862 

19,216 

1,792 

16,614 

l,24o 

38,862 

Mutual Defense Assistance Program . . . 

651 

42 

181 

422 

6 

651 

U. 3. Army. 

5,215 

68 

313 

4,302 

532 

5,215 

U. S. Maxines. 

3,343 

925 

1,113 

1,050 

255 

3,343 

U. S. Navy. 

202,017 

10,992 

137,957 

42,403 

10,665 

202,017 

U. S. Government Agencies . 

9,370 

5,564 

526 

3,199 

61 

9,370 

Others. 

18,481 

12,883 

247 

4,791 

560 

18,481 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

423,807 

57,972 

154,086 

188,457 

23,292 


OTHER THAN AIRCRAFT 







TOTAL net issues . 

230,993 

95,024 

40,283 

87,981 

7,705 

230,993 

Crash Boats . 

"4,795 

- 

- 

2,917 

37878 


Emergency Search and Rescue . 

245 

- 

- 

173 

72 

245 

Engine Block Testing.. 

210,983 

92,453 

37,028 

77,821 

3,661 

210,983 

Miscellaneous . 

14,970 

2,571 

3,255 

7,070 

2,074 

14,970 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

230,993 

95,024 

40,283 

87,981 

7,705 


TOTAL CASH ISSUES. 

75 

_ 

_ 

54 

21 

75 

Cumulative S^nce 1 September 195 2 * * 

75 

7 

7 

5 T 

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GRADE OF FUEL (Barrels Of 12 US Gallons) 

Cumulative 

Since 

1 July 1952 


TOTAL 

JET 

115/115 

100/130 

91/96-80 


SECOND QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 (OCTOBER-DECEMBER 1952) 

TOTAL NET ISSUES AND DET. LOSSES. . . . 

10 , 366,810 

3 , 986,197 

2 , 118,650 

3 , 586,811 

311,882 

21 , 601,001 


2r,b04 ( <5ot 






TOTAL NET ISSUES. 

10,253,100 

3 , 956,789 


3,517,099 

313,028 

21,317,116 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 ...» 

glTSTTITOE 



1 , 1 19,3^6 

735;296 


DETERMINABLE LOSSES. 

113,360 

29,708 

757219 

12,086 

39,712 

1177755 

1,851 

286,558 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

2867558 

88,623 

77955 

AIRCRAFT OF USAF COMMANDS 

total net issues . . .... 

9 , 117 , 90 ! 

3 , 713,720 

2,199,823 

3,191,861 

309,197 

19,807,027 

Air Defense Command .......... 


375,929 

2,668 

105,121 

5,661 

1 , 110,000 

Air Materiel Comaand.. .. 

156,615 

21,869 

30,328 

97,397 

1,021 

376,732 

Air Proving Ground Compand. 

77,811 

13,018 

IBM 

K 

27,021 

589 

150,659 

Air Research and Development Command. . 

165,109 

69,991 

72,125 

1,728 

358,960 

Air Training Ccam&nd. 

2,175,280 

1 , 517,967 

!K£ £9 

613,850 

227,872 

1,976,737 

Air University. 

27,997 

62 

- 

18,853 

9,082 

50,187 

Continental Air Conmand. 

50,351 

1,317 

235 

16,829 

1,913 

90,128 

Headquarters Command. 

68,961 

619 

7,851 

58,263 

2,195 

160,116 

1,587,657 

Military Air Transport Service. 

708,137 

7,361 

336,879 

361,389 

2,805 

Strategic Air Command . 

2 , 111,696 

307,126 

112,877 

1 , 307,612 

125,835 

526,660 

2,968 

1,391,750 

1,010,173 

Tactical Air Command.. 

515,772 

230,189 

16,871 

USAF Security Service . 

5,519 

- 

1,388 

1,128 

32,966 

3 

7,071 

Alaskan Air Command , .. 

102,572 

57,876 

11,081 

6 I 9 

2l5,l37 

Air Forces in Europe. 

303,130 

210,158 

11,688 

77,160 

521 

899,259 

Caribbean Air Command . 

6,U4o 

- 

185 

6,237 

18 

10,811 

Far East Air Forces. 

1 , 636,526 

851,615 

185,333 

595,186 

1,362 

3,290,113 

18,928 

Northeast Air Ccomnand. 

22,112 

5,353 

15,293 

76,325 

1,131,951 

1,161 

2 

Into-Plane from contractor owned stocks 

190,530 

93,889 

292,123 

28,201 

669,876 

98l,07o 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

19 , 807,027 

7 , 663,250 

7,011,917 


RESERVE COMPONENTS AIRCRAFT 







total net issues . . . . . . 

10,632 

306 

ll 

39,185 

1,127 

-555 

90,600 

Air Force Reserve ........... 

1,181 

~20 

_ 

737 

37<29 

Air National Guard. 

39,208 

278 

14 

38,118 

168 

85.571 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

90,600 

106 

315 

87,851 

1,998 


c/ AIRCRAFT OTHER THAN USAF 







fg— ■—a 

187,161 

81,391 

158,066 

222,362 

25,339 

13H 

910,968 

Canadian Air Force or JTavy. 

397957 

—TW 

13,117 

6,168 

"36,117 

Commercial Air Lines. 

156,675 

167 

9,591 

131,818 

23,696 

15,066 

286,383 

Foreign Governments . 

52,935 

25,611 

3,185 

113 

91,797 

Mutual Defense Assistance Program . . , 

8,030 

5,108 

1,620 

998 

1 

8,681 

U. S. Army. 

3,111 

18 

210 

2,123 

3,169 

733 

8,329 

U. S. Marines . 

12,960 

2,010 

?,675 

6,831 

650 

16,303 

387,367 

U. S. Navy. 

105,350 

122,522 

11,991 

8,162 

U. S. Government Agencies . 

27,371 

20,769 

24,017 

180 

2,775 

6,29l 

99 

36,711 

Others. 

13,951 

177 

11 

39,250 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 ... . 

910,968 

139,366 

312,152 

110,819 

18,631 


OTHER THAN AIRCRAFT 







TOTAL NET ISSUES. 

277,501 

131,355 

18,590 

90,506 

7,050 

1,183 

508,191 

Crash Boats .............. 

I,WT 

_ 

- 

2,170 

8,156 

Emergency Search and Rescue . 

137 

. 

13 

353 

71 

682 

Engine Block Testing. 

223,238 

101,969 

16,801 

73,113 

1,325 

131,221 

Miscellaneous . 

50,165 

29,386 

1,776 

11,532 

1,171 

65,135 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

500,191 

226,379 

88,673 

178,187 

11,755 

TOTAL CASH ISSUES. 

282 

14 

71 

182 

15 

357 

Cumulative Since 1 September 1952. . 

357 

pr 

7T 

535 

36 



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TABLE 139 - BASE ISSUES OF USAF AVIATION FUEL - FY 1953 - Continued 


RECIPIENT 


GRADE OF FUEL (Barrels of 42 US Gallons) 


TOTAL JET 


rrels of 42 US Gallons) Cumulative 

1 - - --j- Since 

100/130 91/96-00 1 July 1952 


THIRD QUARTER FISCAL TEAR 1953 (JANUARY-MARCH 1953) 


TOTAL NET ISSUES AMD DET. LOSSES 


Cumulative Since 1 July 


TOTAL HET ISSUES . 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 


10,879,379 4,780,279 2,455,707 2,989,782 653,611 32AQ3,383 


7,371,725 
























































































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| GRADE OF FUEL (Barrels of 42 US Gallons) 


Cumulative 

Since 

1 July 1952 



| JET 

115/145 

100/130 

91/96 -00 


| FOURTH QUARTER FISCAL YEAR 1953 (APRIL-JUNE 1953) 


TOTAL NET ISSUES AND DET. LOSSES. . . . 

18.261,543 

7,606,464 

5,083,588 

4,353,848 

1,217,643 

50,744,926 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

56,744,92b 

20,494,377 

12,455,313 


2,614,506 


TOTAL NET ISSUES.. 


7.600.759 

5,077,341 

4,344,506 

15,047,931 

1,217,617 

50,379,060 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

Eiigia 

15,345,547 

2,603,356 


DETERMINABLE LOSSES. 

21,320 

5,705 

1157151 

6,247 

9,3**2 

1357755 

26 

365,866 

Cumulative" Since 1 July 1952 .... 

36578ES 

1097766 

ll,l5o 


AIRCRAFT OF USAF COMMANDS 








12,423,255 

6,295,440 

2,567,763 

2,643,863 

916,189' 

42,289,943 

Air Defense Ccnmand . 

747,973 

M 1 II 1 I ■ 

V/615 

97,606 

■31,519 

2,474,711 

Air Materiel Command. 

233,341 

75,738 

56,917 

49,600 

51,006 

780,603 

Air Proving Ground Coanand. 

73,433 

43,076 

7,070 

23,944 

23,375 

4,912 

21,430 

307,526 

Air Research and Development Command. . 

243,675 

139,073 

59,228 

790,988 

Air Training Command. 

3,562,312 

2,588,439 

86,910 

327,076 

559,887 

11 , 661,966 

Air University. 

33,514 

49 

9 

■ 4,603 

28,853 

112 ,6u 

Continental Air Command . 

74,314 

439 

294 

53,853 

19,728 

224,315 

Headquarters Ccnmand. 

66,717 

1,129 

208 

17,287 

48,093 

285,630 

Military Air Transport Service. 

355,897 

27,257 

028,387 

395,021 

384,331 

49,288 

3,255,566 

Strategic Air Command . 

2,687,048 

1,406,034 

415,881 

36,746 

9,353,037 

Tactical Air Command. 

716,962 

309,157 

201,600 

171,991 

34,214 

2,243,562 

USAF Security Service . 

841 

12 

- 

519 

310 

9,026 

Alaskan Air Command . 

177,148 

116,482 

25,310 

34,841 

515 

512,516 

Air Forces In Europe. 

546,897 

372,111 

54,659 

119,671 

456 

1 ,802,291 

Caribbean Air Command ......... 

7,216 

41 

210 

6,260 

705 

24,374 

Far East Air Forces. 

1 ,852,790 

1 , 068 ,?46 

199,719 

584,143 

182 

6,346,429 

Northeast Air Command . 

47,637 

16,582 

29,518 

1,474 

63 

142,638 

Into-Plane from contractor owned stocks 

490,540 

93,869 

76,325 

292,124 

28,202 

1,962,154 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

42,289,943 

18,525,157 

9 , 229,744 

12,341,606 

2,193,436 


RESERVE COMPONENTS AIRCRAFT 








87,921 

7,761 

107 

68,940 

11,113 

229,974 

Air Force Reserve . 

1,703 

—55 


1,234 

-w? 

8,616 

221,364 

Air National Guard.. 

86,218 

229,974 

7,741 

107 

67,706 

10,664 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

8,928 

531 

204,087 

16,428 

c/ AIRCRAFT OTHER THAN USAF 







TOTAL NET ISSUES. 

590,528 

90,628 

219,080 

244,580 

36,24o 

1,937,251 

Canadian Air Force or Navy. 

nj.TK 1 

4,334 

4,036 

9,624 


wamaxiyM 

Commercial Air Lines. 

155,967 

357 

15,087 

129,894 

10,629 

569,899 

Foreign Governments . 

61,717 

45,902 

856 

14,703 

256 

190,345 

Mutual Defense Assistance Program . . . 

11,044 

5,441 

4,631 

953 

19 

26,606 

U. S. Army. . 

5,570 

1 

508 

3,709 

1,352 

17,886 

U. S. Marines. 

62,031 

10,976 

15,742 

29,627 

5,666 

114,866 

U. S. Navy. 

256,358 

14,743 

177,374 

46,386 

17,855 

833,095 

U. S. Government Agencies ....... 

9,782 

787 

812 

7,901 

282 

59,010 

Others. 

9,943 

8,087 

34 

1,783 

39 

54,605 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

1,937,251 

286,170 

679,646 

857,329 

112,106 


OTHER THAN AIRCRAFT 







TOTAL NET ISSUES .. 

260,247 

137,945 

38,671 

65,290 

18,341 

1,040,663 

Crash Boats . 

-T7354 

- 

- 



"" 17,567 

Emergency Search and Rescue . 

428 

10 

- 9 

253 

174 

1,575 

Engine Block Testing.. 

212,169 

127,722 

36,299 

43,485 

4,663 

879,828 

Miscellaneous . 

43,056 

10,213 

490,930 

2,381 

18,450 

12,012 

^5,573 

141,993 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 

1,040,663 

182,019 

322,133 


TOTAL CASH ISSUES. 

3 >94 

12 

2,752 

4,639 

697 

33 

6,451 

Cumulative "Since 1 September 1952. . 

ro 

1,5SC 

liz 


d/ TOTAL SALES TO OTHER THAN USAF. . . 

4,874,778 

4,B74;i7b 

1 , 068,973 

2,240,968 

1,321,136 

235,701 

2357751 

4,874,778 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952 .... 


wttEiBHiiMi 

1,321,13b 



a/ Includes into-plane deliveries from contractor owned 
5/ Figures as reported by U3AF POL Accounting Division, 
by ZI and OS is not available, 
c j Breakdown of Aircraft Other Than USAF: 

Foreign Governments (excluding MDAP) 

All foreign air forces, except Royal Canadian AF 
Danish government 

V-l foreign governments except Canada. 

U. S. Government Agencies 
American Republics program 
Atomic Energy Commission 
Civil Aeronautics Authority 
Coast Guard 

d j Figures as obtained from USAF POL Accounting Dlvisior 
as breakdown by month or quarter not available. 


stocks. 

MAAMA. The total Is reported In overseas total as breakdown 


U. S. Army 

or Navy. Army Field Forces 

Ground National Guard 
Others 

Joint Brazil - U.S. Military Commission 
Joint U. 3. Military Advisory Group 
Rational Advisory Committee 
United Rations 

i, MAAMA are reported for the fourth quarter only 


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TABLE 140 - WORLO-WIDE AVIATION OIL INVENTORY - END OF QUARTER - FY 1953 



TOTAL 

1 BAR 

R E L S 0 

P 4 2 

US O A 

L L 0 N S 


| A V L U B E 


r e T 01 

L 

1 1120 

1100 

1080 

Li° 6 5 

1015 

■ 1010 

| 1005 

WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

END OP QUARTER - 30 SEPTEMBER 1952 


184,729 

2.735 

4,716 

mmm 

1,903 

1.258 

645 


■ 

27,075 

5.820 

Zone of Interior. 

Overseas. 

76,429 

108,300 

46.350 

91,735 

20,468 

6,607 

2,972 

2,848 


END OP QUARTER - 31 DECEMBER 1952 

WORID-WIDE - TOTAL. 

i 189,804 j 

5,846 


1.745 

5.007 

■ 

27.151 

6,246 

- Zone of Interior. 


2,334 

52.306 i 

1,240 ' 

2.730 

H 

20,691 

3,165 

Overseas. 

| 107,338 ! 

3,512 

9L503 | 

505 | 

2,277 


6,460 

3,081 


1 END OP QUARTER - 31 MARCH 1953 


WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

186,656 

4,764 

143,359 

1 , 56 ? 

4,683 


25,416 

6,867 

Zone of Interior. 

77,701 

2,064 

50,136 

mm 

2,168 

H| 

18,960 

3,315 

Overseas. . . 

108,955 

2,700 

93,223 

mm 

2,515 


6,456 

3,552 


] END OP QUARTER - 30 JUNE 1955 

WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

mmsim 

3.782 

| 120,040 

1,446 

4,210 

!2 

24,051 

6,929 

Zone of Interior. 

■sHf 

■ 1,590 

45,594 

994 

2:280 


17,641 

3,109 

Overseas. 


2.192 

74,446 

452 

1,930 

19 

6.410 

3,820 


Note: The above excludes re-used product. 


TABLE 14! - WORLD-WIDE AVIATION OIL ISSUES - BY QUARTER - FY 1953 



TOTAL 

B 

A R R E L 

ff 


U S 

GALLONS 



A V L U 

B E 


J 

E T 0 1 

L 

CUMULATIVE 

SINCE 

1 JULY 1952 

1120 

1100 

1080 

1065 

1015 

1010 

1005 




FIRST 

QUARTER, 

JULY - 

SEPTEMBER 1952 



WORID-WIDE - TOTAL. 

120,373 

3,378 

I 110,114 

>30 


H 

4,706 

704 

120,373 

Zone of Interior. 

80.524 


H 

305 



2,119 

384 

80.524 

Overseas. 

39,849 

1,959 

HI 

25 



2,587 

520 

39.849 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952- . 


3,378 

110,114 

330 


1 

4,706 

704 





SECOND QUARTER, 

OCTOBER - DECEMBER 1952 


WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

99.937 

2,588 

92.930 

522 

770 

m 

B1SW 

480 

220,310 

Zone of Interior. 

71,431 

398 

67,866 

167 

681 


■Mil 

475 

151,955 

Overseas. 

28,506 

2,190 


155 

89 



5 

68,355 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952. . 

220,310 

5,966 


652 

1,911 , 


7,553 

1.184 





THIRD QUARTER 

, JANUARY - MARCH 1953 



WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

109.881 

2,902 

102,091 

170 

213 

mm 

1 3,268 

52 

330,191 

Zone Of Interior. 

72.723 

293 

69.117 

163 

713 



513 

226,678 

Overseas. 

37.158 

2.609 

32.974 

7 

200 

9 


24 

105.513 

Cumulative Since 1 July 1952. . 

330,191 

8,868 

305.135 

822 

2,824 

I■ 


1.721 



FOURTH QUARTER, APRIL - JUNE 1953 

WORLD-WIDE - TOTAL. 

108,745 

855 

103,129 

99 

574 


3.301 

787 

438.936 

Zone of Interior. . . . 


241 

76,008 

■9 

435 

H 

2,311 

680 

304,451 

Overseas. 


614 

27,121 


139 

m 

990 

107 

134,485 

.Cumulative Since 1 July 1952. . 


9.723 

408,264 

9 

3,398 

■ 

14.122 

2,508 


Note: Actual Issues include losses. 

and exclude 

re-used 

product. 








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Stockpiling 


Paii VIII 











STATUS OF THE USAF STRATEGIC MATERIALS STOCKPILING PROGRAM 


This part of the USAF Statistical Digest on the "USAF Strategic Materials Stockpiling", 
contains data for Fiscal Years 1950-1953; and is shown as follows: summary of the utiliza¬ 
tion of storage space by depot; total storage requirement apportioned to the Air Force; 
storage space allocated; storage space earmarked; storage space occupied; total tons on 
hand. 

These materials are for the consumption of private Industry as well as the United 
States government. Normally, these materials will flow into private industry for fabrica¬ 
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MATERIEL 






S Q 

U A R E 

FEET 






TONS 


TOTAL STORAGE REQUIREMENT APPORTIONED 

TO DEPARTMENT OF AIR FORCE 

STORA 

GE SPACE 

I ED AS OF 


EOT. Toro 

TAGE WHICH 

[Ms 


30 JUNE 

1951 


30 jure 

E 1953 








30 JUNE 1953 


OF 30JU1 

te 1953 



OPEN 

vare- 

- house 

OPEN 

ware¬ 

house 

OPEN 

ware¬ 

house 

OPEN 

■9 


■a 

OPEN 


OPEN 


TOTAL 


583,600 

1 , 613,030 

535,500 

1 , 877,169 

535,600 

1 , 596,889 

498,750 

1 , 521,831 

403,200 

1 , 514,556 

95,550 

76,265 

— 

2,117.5 

359.0 

Aluminum « • ■ • 


- 


_ 

_ 



4,235 


4,235 






Antimony .... 


- 

21,000 

- 


- 

20,760 

8,650 

7,950 

8,650 

7,950 

_ 




Asbestos .... 


- 

- 

“ 


“ 

32,000 

- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Bismuth .... 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 









Beryllium • • • 


- 

- 

- 

1,160 

- 

240 

_ 

800 

_ 

800 

_ 


_ 


Brass .... 


' 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8,500 

1,200 

8,500 

1,200 

- 

. 

- 

- 

Copper .... 


390,500 

- 

443,600 

- 


_ 

320,292 


240,392 

_ 

79,900 


1,997.5 


Cordage Fiber * 


- 

152,000 

* 

172,320 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


- 

Graphite .... 


- 

23,000 

- 


• 

20,300 

- 

24,000 

- 

24,000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Hog Bristles • • 


- 

- 

- 


- 

4,000 

- 

7,050 

- 

7,050 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Kyanite .... 


12,600 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Lead .... 


129,500 

- 

91,900 

- 


- 

84,373 

- 

30,773 

- 

3,600 

- 

120.0 

- 

Magnesium • ■ • 


- 

61,000 

_ 


- 

29,000 

28,000 

_ 

28,000 

_ 

. 




Manganese * • * 


51,200 

- 

- 


(STORAGE PROGRAM CANCELLED) 






Mercury * * - • 


- 

10,000 

- 


- 

23,400 

_ 

11,700 


11,700 

_ 




Mica .... 


- 

102,500 

- 


- 

82,000 

_ 

88,042 


88,042 

_ 

68,000 


68 o.o 

Molybdenum * • • 


- 

10,000 

- 


- 

10,000 


1,800 

- 

1,800 

- 


- 


Narcotics • • • 


_ 

5,200 

_ 

_ 

_ 





29,200 





Nickel Oxide * • 


- 

18,100 

- 

18,100 

- 


- 

25,200 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Pepper ■ ■ ■ • 


- 

1,400 

- 


- 

1,400 

- 

1,600 

- 

1,600 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Quartz Crystal ■ 


_ 

2,000 

_ 

3,608 

_ 

• 3,608 

_ 

3,608 


3,608 





Quebracho ■ • ■ 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 



_ 

_ 

_ 




Quinine «... 


- 

7,500 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

Rubber .... 



1,032,950 


683,231 

- 

■ 647,831 

- 

658,331 


655,786 

- 

2,335 

- 

259-0 

Shellac * * * * 


- 

15,000 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Tin .... 


- 

25,000 

- 


- 


25,000 

- 

25,000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Tungsten .... 


- 

49,180 

- 

49,100 

- 

49,180 

- 

66,180 

- 

61,250 

- 

4,930 

- 

100,0 

Zinc .... 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

19,700 

- 

7,650 

- 

12,050 

- 

- 

- 

General .... 


- 

77,200 

- 

701,770 

- 

624,570 

- 

624,570 

- 

624,570 

- 

- 

- 

- 


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TABLE 143-STATUS OF STORAGE SPACE OCCUPIED FOR THE STRATEGIC 
MATERIALS STOCKPILING PROGRAM - FY 1953 


STORAGE SPACE OCCUPIED - SQUARE FEET 


MATERIEL 

DEPOT 

30 JUNE 

1950 

30 JUNE 1951 

JUNE 1952 

30 JUNE 1953 

OPEN 

“Sake- 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE- 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

TOTAL 


286,200 

1 , 317,200 

333,700 

1 , 522,118 

342,000 

1 , 506,549 

403,200 

1 , 514,556 

Aluminum * * • 

Maywood * * 

- 

- 

- 

- 

400 

- 

4,235 

- 

Antimony - • ■ 

Rome 

- 

17,000 

_ 

15,840 

_ 

16,000 

8,650 

3,950 


San Antonio 

- 

4,000 

- 

4,000 


4,000 

- 

4,000 

Asbestos • ■ • 

San Antonio 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Bismuth • • * 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Beryllium • • 

Rome .... 


- 

- 

- 

- 

240 

- 

800 - 

RrasB .... 

Rome .... 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

8,500 

1,200 

Copper .... 

Binghamtonj/ 

- 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

. 


Rome .... 

182,600 

500 

221,200 

500 

232,700 

500 

229,700 

- 


Maywood * ■ 

23,500 

- 

25,500 

- 

25,500 


10,692 

“ 

Cordage Fiber* 

B1 ng ham ton a/ 

- 

172,320 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Graphite * * * 

Rome • • • • 

- 

15,000 

- 

20,300 

- 

20,300 

- 

24,000 

Hog Bristles ■ 

Rome* • ■ • 

- 

- 

* 

1,500 

- 

4,000 

- 

7,050 

Kyanite * • * 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Lead. 

Rome .... 

51,700 


51,900 

* 

48,300 

_ 

48,300 

_ 


Maywood • • 

28,100 

’ 

35,100 

- 

35,100 

* 

32,473 


Magnesium * * * 

San Antonio 

- 

29,000 

- 

29,000 

- 

29,000 

28,000 

- 

Manganese • « • 

Rome • • • • 

- 

• 

- 

- 

• 


- 

* 

Mercury • • ■ • 

Rcaae .... 

_ 

11,700 

_ 

23,400 

_ 

23,400 

_ 

11,700 


Binghamton^/ 


5,000 

- 

- 

* 

- 

* 

- 

Mica. 

Middletown • 

* 

25,000 


25,000 

_ 

25,000 

_ 

28,042 


Rome • • • • 

- 

1*3,400 


52,400 

_ 

53,000 

_ 

60,000 


Binghamton^ 

" 

31,000 

* 

* 




- 

Molybdenum • * 

Middletown * 

- 

1,000 

- 

1,000 

- 

1,000 

- 

1,800 

Narcotics * * * 

BInghamtonjy 

- 

1,600 


. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Nickel Oxide • 

Middletown • 

_ 

8,100 


8 , 100 ' 

_ 

8,100 

_ 

8,300 


Rcsae .... 


10,000 

- 

15,500 

* 

15,500 

- 

16,900 

Pepper • • • • 

Rome .... 

- 

1,400 

- 

1,400 

- 

1,400 

- 

1,600 

Quartz Crystals 

Dayton » - 

- 

1,700 

- 

3,608 

- 

3,608 

- 

3,608 

Quebracho * - * 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Quinine * ■ * 

BingheatoiP/ 

- 

6,100 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Rubber • ■ ■ * 

Blnghamtona/ 

. 

305,900 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 


Rcrae ■ • • • 

- 

199,500 

- 

199,700 

- 

199,700 

- 

210,000 


Maywood * • 

- 

116,700 

- 

220,600 

- 

185,000 

- 

185,000 


Shreveport • 

- 

17,800 

- 

- 


. 

- 

- 


Topeka ■ • 

- 

4,400 

- 

129,300 


133,531 

- 

132,586 


Shelby * • 

- 

129,600 

- 

78,100 


89,000 

- 

128,200 

Shellac • * * * 

Blnghamtona/ 

- 

13,900 

- 

- 


- 

- 


Tin . 

Rome .... 

_ 

_ 




_ 

_ 



Shreveport- 


25,000 

- 

25,000 


25,000 

25,000 


Tungsten * * * 

Rome .... 

- 

40,580 

- 

43,300 


45,000 

- 

61,250 

Zinc. 

Dayton • ■ ■ 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

7,850 

- 

General ■ * * • 

Shreveport• 

_ 

_ 


_ 



_ 

*_ 


Blnghamtona/ 


- 

- 

624,570 


624,570 


624 ,570 


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TABLE 144-STATUS OF UTILIZED DEPOT STORAGE SPACE FOR THE STRATEGIC 
MATERIALS STOCKPILING PROGRAM - FY 1953 


SUMMARY - UTILIZATION OF DEPOT STORAGE SPACE - SQUARE FEET 


AND 

ACTION 

TOTAL 


MAYWOOD 

ROME 

SAN ANTONIO 

BINGHAMTON 




OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

[ WARE- 
| HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

30 JUNE 1950 

Allocated ■ ■ • 


1 ,U 28 , 15 c 

50,000 

150,000 



■ 



624,750 

Occupied • ■ • 



51,900 

116,700 


339,080 

SHHKf! 



615,820 

Earmarked ■ ■ ■ 


fife* 

- 

30,000 




1 


35,500 

Tons • ■ ■ ■ 

226,31 

* 1 * .06 

23 , 3 ; 

> 7.79 

115 , 356.49 

3,3* 

> 9.62 


539.50 

30 JUNE 1951 

Allocated ■ - ■ 


1 , 633,119 

370,000 

220,600 

65,500 

388,140 


65,000 



Occupied • ■ ■ 


1 , 522,118 

35,100 

220,600 

289,600 

373,840 

* 

33,000 

. 

_ 

Earmarked • • ■ 


- 

- 

- 

100,000 


* 


- 

- 

Tons • • • • 

289 ,862.90 

34 , 221 .’ 

71 

161,61 

^ 2.32 

3,3: 

19.62 


- 

30 JUNE 1952 

Allocated ♦ • • 


1 , 596,889 

65,600 

185,000 

370,000 

307,480 


65,000 

V. 

d . 

d 

a / 

Occupied * • * 


1 , 506,849 

61,000 

185,000 

281,000 

379,040 

- 

33,000 

y 

Earmarked • • ■ 


- 

- 

- 

100,000 

- 

1 


d 

Tons * ■ • • 

289,901.58 

33 : 736.39 

162 , 879.45 

3 , 339.62 


! 

30 JUNE 1953 

Allocated • • * 

198,750 | 

1,521,831 

47,400 

185,000 

378,650 

403,380 

28,000 


lL 

% 

d 

Occupied * • * 


1,514,556 

47,400 

185,000 

295,150 

376,350 

28,000 


d 

Earmarked * * ♦ 

MvravM 

- 

- 

- 



- 


Tons ■ * * ■ 

_ 1 

f . 

34,434.t 

U_ 

162 ,62* 

_ 

3 , 3 ^ 9.62 

_ % 

f 

1 - 



| MIDDLETOWN 1 

| Dayton 

| SHREVEPORT | 

TOPEKA ] 

| SHELBY j 

j GENERAL 


OPEN 

WARE- 

open 

WARE- 

OPEN 

ware- 

OPEN 

WARE- 

OPEN 

WARE- 

OPEN 

WARE- 



HOUSE 


HOUSE 


HOUSE 


house 


HOUSE 


HOUSE 

30 JUNE 1950 






HjH 







Allocated ■ ■ 


43,100 


2,000 






12*3,600 



Occupied • • 

- 

34,100 

- 

1,700 

- 


- 

4,400 

- 

129,600 

- 

- 

Earmarked■ * 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

77,200| 

- 

90,000 

- 


- 

* 

Tons • • • 

4 , 6 * 

> 8.35 

1C 

15.81 

7; 

,485.21 

4£ 

12.30 

13, 

, 067.09 









1 







Allocated ■ • 

. 

43,100 

_! 

3,608 

. 

pHH 

. 

133,531 

. 

129,600 


624,570 

Occupied ■ ■ 

- 

34,100 

- 

3,608 

- 


- 

Il29,300 

- 

78,100 

- 

624,570 

Earmarked • • 

- 

" 



’I 

1 

- 


" 


- 

- 

Tons • • • 

1 »,4] 

l 6 .oi 

2C 

> 0.97 

6 ; 


13, f 

i97.04 

7, 

,497.23 

58 ,: 

189.50 

30 JUNE 1952 






1 







Allocated * • 

! 

43,100 

_ 

3,608 

. 


. 

133,531 

_ 

129,600 


624,570 

Occupied • * 

- 

34,ioc 

- 

3,608 

■ 

l!IKrWS>i 

- 

133,531 

- 

89,000 

- 

624,570 

Earmarked * • 

* 

- 

- 

* 

■ 

1 

- 




- 

- 

Tons ♦ ♦ ♦ 

4,4] 

l 6.01 

2 ( 

».97 


14 , 496.29 

6 , 434.87 

58 , 389.50 

30 JUNE 1953 




i 

l 







1 

Allocated * • 

_ 

38,142 

19,700 

3,608 


_ 


133,531 

_ 

129,600 

. 

624,570 

Occupied • ■ 

- 

12,942 

7,650 

3,608 


- 

- 

132,586 

- 

128,200 

- 

624,570 

Earmarked * • 

- 

- 

- 


- 

* 

* 

- 



- 


Tons • ■ ■ 

4,41 

| 

. 6.01 

| 


C.97 

6 ,c 

m 

14,31 

.4.98 

9. 

_ 1 

855.89 

50,j 

189-50 


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TABLE 145-STATUS OF STORAGE SPACE ALLOCATED FOR THE STRATEGIC 
MATERIALS STOCKPILING PROGRAM - FY 1953 


STORAGE SPACE ALLOCATED - SQUARE FEET 


MATERIEL 

DEPOT 

30 JUNE 

1950 

30 JUNE 1951 

30 JUN1 

1952 

30 JUNE 1953 

OPEN 

~~vm- ' 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE 

HOUSE. 

OPEN 

' WARE- 
HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

TOTAL 


310,000 

1,428,15c 

435,500 

1,633,149 

435,600 

1,596,889 

498,750 

1,521,831 

Aluminum • . . 

Maywood * ■ * 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5,000 

- 

4,235 

- 

Antimony . . . 

Rome .... 

_ 

17,000 

_ 

17,000 

_ 

16,760 

0,650 

3,950 


San Antonio 

- 

4,000 

" 

4,000 

- 


- 

4,000 

Asbestos • • • 

San Antonio 

- 

- 

- 

32,000 

- 


- 

- 

Bismuth . . . 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Beryllium . . 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

■1,160 

- 

240 

- 

800 

Copper .... 

Binghamton ay 1 

_ 


_ 

_ 

. 

_ 

. 

. 


Rome .... 

200,000 

- 

318,100 

_ 

310,100 



_ 


Maywood . . 

22,500 

- 

25,500 

- 

25,000 

- 

10,692 

- 

Cordage Fiber . 

Binghamton a j 

- 

172,320 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Graphite . . . 

Rome .... 

- 

20,000 

- 

20,000 

- 


- 

24,000 

Hog Bristles . 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

2,000 

• 


- 

7,050 

Kyanite .... 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

~ 

- 

- 

Lead .... 

Rome .... 

60,000 

_ 

51,900 

_ 

51,900 



_ 


Maywood . . 

27.500 

- 

40,000 

- 

35,100 

- 

32,473 

- 

Magnesium ■ • ■ 

San Antonio 

- 

61,000 

- 

29,000 

- 



- 

Manganese . . . 

Rome.... 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Mercury .... 

Rome .... 

_ 

5,000 

_ 

23,400 

. 

23,400 

. 

11,700 


Binghamton 

- 

5,000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Mica. 

Middletown ■ 

_ 

25,000 

_ 

25,000 

_ 

25,000 

. 

28,042 


Rome .... 


44,000 

- 

59,000 

_ 


_ 

60,000 


Binghamton &/ 

- 

33,500 

- 

- 

“ 


- 

- 

Molybdenum ► . 

Middletown • 

- 

10,000 

- 

10,000 

- 


- 

1,800 

Narcotics . . . 

Binghamton a/ 

- 

5,200 

- 

- 


- 

- 


Nickel Oxide . 

Middletown • 

_ 

8,100 

_ 

8,100 

_ 


. 

8,300 


Rome.... 

- 

10,000 

- 

15,500 



- 

16,900 

Pepper. .... 

Rome.... 

- 

1,400 

- 

1,400 

0 

1,400 

- 

1,600 

Quartz Crystals 

Dayton . , 

- 

2,000 

- 

3,608 

- 

3,608 

- 

3,600 

Quebracho . . . 

Rome. . . . 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Quinine .... 

Binghamton a j 

- 

7,500 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Rubber. .... 

Binghamton a/ 

_ 

386,050 

. 

_ 

. 


_ 

. 


Rome. . . . 

- 

199,500 


199,500 

> 


- 

210,000 


Maywood . . 

- 

150,000 

- 

220,600 

_ 


_ 

185,000 


Shreveport. 

- 

17,800 

. 

- 

- 

. 

_ 

_ 


Topeka. . . 

- 

25,000 

- 

133,531 

_ 

133,531 

_ 

133,531 


Shelby. . . 

- 

129,600 

- 

129,600 

- 

129,600 

- 

129,600 

Shellac .... 

Binghamton a/ 

- 

15,000 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

- 

Tin . 

Rome. ...* 

_ 

_ 

. 

. 






Shreveport • ■ 

- 

25,000 

- 

25,000 

- 



- 

Tungsten - . - 

Rome .... 

- 

49,180 

- 

49,180 

- 

49,180 

- 

66,180 

Zinc. 

Dayton • . • 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

General .... 

Shreveport . 

_ 


. 

. 


_ 

. 



Binghamton 

- 

- 

- 

624,570 

- 

624,570 


624,570 

Brass . 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1,200 


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TABLE 146-STATUS OF STORAGE SPACE EARMARKED FOR THE STRATEGIC 
MATERIALS STOCKPILING PROGRAM - FY 1953 


STORAGE SPACE EARMARKED - SQUARE FEET 


MATERIEL 

DEPOT 

30 JUNE 

1950 

30 JUNE 

1951 

30 JUNE 1952 

30 JUKE 1953 


OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE¬ 

HOUSE 

OPEN 

WARE- 

_HOUSE_ 

TOTAL 


222,600 

202,200 

100,000 

77 »200 

100,000 

. 

100,000 


Antimony • ■ * 

Rome ■ ■ . ■ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BlBmutb• * * • 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Copper • • • * 

Binghamton a/ 

168,000 

_ 

100,000 

1 

100,000 

_ 

100,000 

_ 


Rome .... 

" 

“ 

- 

- 

’ 

“ 


“ 

Cordage Fiber ■ 

Bli^ghamton 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Graphite • ■ • 

Rome .... 

- 

• 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

' 

Kyanlte • • * • 

Ron* .... 

12,600 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Lead. 

Rome .... 

42,000 

* 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Manganese • • * 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

• - 

- 

- 

Mercury • * * ■ 

Binghamton &/ 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

Mica. 

Rome .... 

- 


- 

; 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Narcotics • * ■ 

Binghamton 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

* 

- 

- 

Nickel Oxide * * 

Ron* .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Pepper ■ ■ * * 

Ron* .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Quebracho * * 1 

Rob* .... 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Rubber • • * * ■ 

Binghamton 

_ 


_ 

_ 

* 

* 

_ 

_ 


Rome .... 

- 


-! 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Mayvood ■ . 

- 

35,000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


Topeka . . 


90,000 



■ 


■ 

' 

Shellac * ■ * 

Binghamton a/ 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Tin. 

Rome .... 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

General • ■ • 

Shreveport . 

1 


77,200 

* 

77,200 

i_ 

- 


- 


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TABLE f47—MATERIEL ON HAND FOR THE STRATEGIC MATERIALS 
STOCKPILING PROGRAM FY 1953 


MATERIEL 


TOTAL 


Aluminum • ■ • 
Antimony* • « 

Asbestos • * * 
Bismuth • • - 
Beryllium * * 
Brass .... 
Copper .... 

Cordage Fiber ♦ 
Graphite . ■ . 
Hog Bristles • 
Kyanite • • • 
Lead. 

Magnesium • • 
Manganese ■ ■ 
Mercury • • • 

MIc». 

Molybdenum ■ • 
Narcotics ■ • 
Nickel Oxide ♦ 

Pepper .... 
Quartz Crystals 
Quebracho* * ■ 
Quinine .... 
Rubber .... 


Mayvood ...... 

Rcme. 

San Antonio • • • • 

San Antonio * * * ■ 

Rcoe. 

Rome. 

Rome. 

Binghamton aj • ■ - 

Rome. 

Mayvood. 

Binghamton . 

Rome-. 

Rome. 

Rome. 

Rome. 

Mayvood . 

San Antonio • * • - 

Rome. 

Rome. 

Binghamton a/ • * * 

Middletown. 

Rcme. 

Binghamton ■*/'•• 

Middle tovn. 

Binghamton • ■ ■ 

Middletown . 

Rome. 

Race. 

Dayton. 

Rome. 

Binghamton ay. • • • 

Binghamton a/* * • • 

Rone. 

Mayvood . 

Shreveport . 

Topeka . 

Shelby . 


Shellac 
Tin • • 

Tungsten 

Zinc 

General* 


Binghamton 

Rcme • « * 
Shreveport 

Rcme • ■ • 

Dayton * • 

Shreveport 

Binghamton 




TOTAL TONS 

ON HAND 


30 JUNE 1950 

30 JUNE 1951 ! 

30 JUNE 1952 

30 JUNE 1953 

22k,083.58 


287,631.7k 

301,130.03 

- 

1 

111.83 

971.36 

3,169.10 

943-07 

3,193.05 

9k3-07 

3,235.75 

9k3.07 

3,235.75 

943.07 


_ 

- 

19.76 

- 

- 

- 

i,742:0k 

63,077.98 

5,355-35 

107,591.31 

6,168.17 

109,979.92 

6,188.17 

109,497.77 

6,188.17 

lh,692.50 

- 

- 

- 

1,1*62.09 

1,789.0k 

1,709.0k 

1,789.0k 

- 

kk.02 

318.92 

318.92 

12,6l7.2B 

9,231.63 

12,63k,ok 
I3,k06.06 

10,068,41 

13,087.50 

10,088.41 

13,087.50 

2,396.55 

2,396.55 

2,396.55 

2,396.55 

i 

l,7k8.22 

1,700.00 

l,7k8.22 

1,748.22 

1,748.22 

2,555.36 

3,963-26 

5,157-00 

2,272.02 

5,286.60 

2,272.02 

5,407.82 

2,272.82 

5,664.56 

248.50 

2k0 .50 

248.50 

248.50 

129.00 

- 

- 

- 

1,09k.69 

1,89k.69 

1,094.69 

1,894.69 

2,369.84 

82.80 

82,80 

82.60 

02.60 

195.81 

200.97 

200.97 

200.97 

323.00 

_ 

_ 

_ 

35,6lk.00 
16,683.29 

8,751.81 

l,k76.73 

k82,30 

13,067.09 

16,663.31 

lk.627.k8 

13,697.0k 

7,9k7.23 

16,663.31 

14,346.89 

14,496.29 

6,434.8? 

16,663.31 

14,187.95 

14,314.90 

9,855.89 

783.00 

- 

- 

* 

6,oo8.k8 

6,008.48 

6,008.48 

6,008.40 

9,k0k.69 

10,3k0.11 

11,295.42 

13,049.18 

- 

- 

- 

3,900.00 

- 

58,389.50 : 

50,309.50 

58,389.50 


\J The Binghamton AFSPD vas transferred on 1 July 1950 to GSA for operation as a stockpile depot exclusively, and the 
commodities are classified herein under "General” - as of that date. 


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Part IX 


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265 


1 

1 

f 

s 

i 

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f USAF INDUSTRIAL RESERVE 

This part of the USAF Statistical Digest on the USAF Industrial Reserve includes tvo tables. 
The first table titled - "USAF Departmental Industrial Reserve", includes information on industrial 
facilities for which the Air Force has custody. Jurisdiction and accountability. These facilities 
are listed in order of plant number and show the location, product, and any appropriate remarks 
1 ' regarding the present status of the plant. 


Table number 2 - "U 3 AF Production Expansion Projects", includes all facilities in the USAF 
Industrial Reserve which are producing airframes, engines, engine components, and guided missiles, 
and shows code, total programmed funds, cumulative obligations, unobligated remainder of programed 
funds, military product, and appropriate remarks. 


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TABLE H 8 


USAP DEPARTMENTAL INDUSTRIAL RESERVE 


AFP 

NUMBER 

OPERATOR 

LOCATION 

PRODUCT 

REMARKS 

1 


Omaha, Nebraska 


Inactive - Used by Eq SAC also Machine Tool 

Storage 

2 

BOP, GM 

Kansas City, Kansas 

p- 84 f 

GM has notified USaF of Intention to exercise 
option to purchase. Plant is 
currently -leased. 

3 

Douglas Aircraft Co. 

Tulaa, Oklahoma 

B -47 


4 

Convair 

Ft. Worth, Texas 

B-36, B-58 

Planned 2 nd source F -102 

6 

8 

Lockheed. Aircraft Corp. 

Marietta, Georgia 

Orchard Place, Illinois 

B -47 

Inactive - Storage, ANG, ADC 

9 

North American Aviation, Inc. 

Inglevood, California 

7 - 86 , P -100 

Sale to HAA, Inc., pending 

10 

Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 

Hawthorne, California 

7-89 - Sn&rfc 

Scrambled Facility 

11 

Fairchild Airplane & Eng. Co. 

Hagerstown, Maryland 

c-119 

Scrambled Facility 

13 

Boeing Aircraft Corp. 

Wichita, Kansas 

b -47 

Second source for B -52 

l 4 

Lockheed Aircraft Corp. 

Burbank, California 

C- 121 , T- 33 , 7-94 


15 

Douglas Aircraft Corp. 

Long Beach, California 

C- 124 , rb-66 

Scrambled Facility 

16 

North American Aviation, Inc. 

Dwney, California 

T -28 Navaho Missile 


17 

Boeing Aircraft Co. 

Seattle, Washington 

B- 52 , KC -97 

Scrambled Facility 

18 

Bell Aircraft Corp. 

Kenaore, New York 

B -47 Power Packs 


26 

Allison Division, GMC 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

J- 33 - 35-71 Engines 

Scrambled Facility 

27 

A. 0 . Siolth 

Toledo, Ohio 

B -47 Landing Gear 

Port leased 

28 , 

General Electric 

Everett, Mass. 

J -47 Components 


29 

General Electric 

West Lynn, Mass. 

j -47 


30 

Allison Division, GMC 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Engine Flight Testing 

Consists of a hanger and office 

31 

Smith-Hi nchraan & Cry His 

Wlllcw Run, Michigan 

RAD 

Consists of hangar, boiler roan, 3 story 
administration building 

32 

Lycoming Division, AVCO 

Williamsport, Pa. 

j_47 Ccmponents 

Scrambled Facility 

33 

Wright-Aero 

Woodridge, New Jersey 

j-65 - r -3350 

Scrambled Facility 


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TABLE 148 - USAF DEPARTMENTAL INDUSTRIAL RESERVE (Coktixu.d) 


AFP 

NIMBER 

OPERATOR 

LOCATION 

PRODUCT 

REMARKS 

35 

Emerson Electric Co. 

Washington Park, Illinois 

A -2 Fire Control System 


36 

General Electric 

Evendale, Ohio 

j -47 

Formerly called Lock land, Ohio 

38 

1 

Bell Aircraft Co. 

Modeltovn, New York 

Missile Test 

Parts of the premises occupied by AEC, 

ADC A Navy 

39 , 

Ford Motor Co. 

Chicago, Illinois 

J- 57 , R-4360 Engines 


40 

Chevrolet Division, GMC 

Tonawimda 

R -3350 Engines 


4 l 

Champion Machine & Forging 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Forgings 

Scrambled Facility 

h 2 

AAA - Lockheed- Northrop 

Palmdale, California 

Flight Test 


^3 

Bridgeport -Lyccming Dlv., AVCO 

Stratford, Connecticut 

R -1820 Engines 


44 

Hughes Tool Company 

Tucson# Arizona 

Missiles 


>•5 

Heppenatall - Eddy*tone Corp. 

Eddystone, Pa. 

Storage Site 


46 

Haynes - Stellite 

Alexandria, Ind 

Buckets & Blades 


47 

ALCOA 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Heavy Press 

Under Construction 

48 

Kaiser Aluminum Co. 

Newark, Ohio 

Storage 

Heavy Press site - To be Inactive 

. 49 

Curtiss-Wright (Metals Proc. Dlv) 

Buffalo, Nev York 

Heavy Press 

Under Construction 

50 

Kaiser Aluminum Co. 

Halethorpe, Md 

Heavy Press 

Under construction 

51 

A. 0 . Smith - 

Greece, New York 

B -52 Weldments 


66 

Phillips Petroleum Co. 

McGregor, Texas 

ATO Units 

Under Construction 


General Electric 

Johnson City, Nev York 

Fire Control Systems 

In process of transfer to AF fran GSa 


A. C. Spark Plug Dlv., ®( 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Gun Sights - Nav Systems 

In process of transfer to AF fran GSA 


Bohn-Aluminum 

Adrian, Michigan 

Forgings - Extrusions 

In process of transfer to AF fran GSA 


Wyman-Gordon 

N. Grafton, Mass. 

Heavy Press 

In process of transfer to AF fran GSA 


Studeboker Co. 

Chicago, Illinois 

J -47 Engines 

Plancor 40 new on lease frco National Tea Co. 

To be acquired. 


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TABLE 149 - USAF PRODUCTION .EXPANSION PROJECTS - FY 1953 


(in thousands of dollars.) 


SPECIAL 

FACILITY 

CONTRACT® 

CODE 

TOTAL 
PROGRAMMED 
FUNDS 

CUMULATIVE 

OBLIGATIONS 

UNOBLIGATED 

REMAINDER 

OF PROG. 
FUNDS 

MI LIT ARY 
PRODUCT 

REMARKS 


AIRFRAMES 

Boeing Airplane Co. 

Seattle, Wash. 

C-P 


39,192 

37,692 

1,500 

B -52 

KC-97 

Banarc 

Banarc 

RAD 

Boeing Airplane Co. 

Wichita, Kansas 

c 

V 

22,951 

22,951 

- 

B-47 

RB-47 


Bulck-Olds-Pontiac Div. 

Kansan City, Kans. 

c 


23,256 

23,256 

- 

F -84 


Consolidated Vultee 

Fort Worth, Texas 

c 


9,371 

9,371 

- 

B-36 

RB-36 


Consolidated Vultee 

Forth Worth, Texas 

c 


- 

1,000 

- 

MX-1589 


Consolidated Vultee 

Fort Worth, Texas 

c 


- 

- 

3,766 

MX-1964 


Consolidated Vultee 

San Diego, Calif. 

p 

y 

- 

3,650 

- 

T-29 


Consolidated Vultee 

San DlegO, Calif. 

p 


27,185 

13,585 

13,600 

F -102 


Douglas Aircraft 

Long Beach, Calif. 

C-P 


27,500 

22,000 

5,500 

0-124 

RB-66 

b-66 


Douglas Aircraft 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

c 


38,022 

36,022 

2,000 

B -47 Prod. 
HB-66C Prod. 


Fairchild Acft. Dlv. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

c 


(Being fte- 
progranmw) 

7,708 

860 

C-119 


Fairchild Acft. Div. 

Seattle, Wash. 

c 


- 


13,167 

B-52 Fit. Test 


Grand Central Acft. Co. 

Tucson Ariz. 

p 


5,100 

5,100 

- 

B -47 Modlf. 


Hayes Acft. Corp. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

C 


4,771 

4,373 

398 

B -25 Modlf. 

C -119 Modlf. 
C -121 Modlf, 


Lockheed Acft. Corp. 

Palmdale, Calif. 

c 


21 , 77 ** 

21,774 

- 

F -94 Fit. Test 
T -33 Fit. Test 


Lockheed Acft. Corp. 

Burbank, Calif. 

c-p 


5,694 

5,446 

248 

■ 1 

EH 


Lockheed Acft. Corp. 

Marietta, Ga. 

c 


40,733 

40,733 


B-47 

C- 130 A 


Lockheed Acft. Corp. 

Marietta, Ga. 

c 


1,000 

- 

1,000 

C- 130 A 


Martin, Glenn L. 

Baltimore, Md. 

C-p 


- 

10,000 

- 

B -57 


McDonnell Acft. Corp. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

C-P 


11,500 

10,000 

1,500 

F -101 


North American Aviation Corp. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

p 


11,868 

11,868 


T -28 

F-86 

F -100 



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TABLE 149 - USAF PRODUCTION EXPANSION PROJECTS - FY 1953 (Comtikuio) 


(in thousands of dollars.) 


SPECIAL 

FACILITY 

CONTRACTOR 

CODE 

TOTAL 

PR 0 C 2 UN 4 ED 

FUNDS 

CUMULATIVE 

OBLIGATIONS 

UNOBLIGATED 

REMAINDER 

OF PROG. 
FUNDS 

MILITARY 

PRODUCT 

REMARKS. 


airframes 

North American Aviation 

Palmdale, Calif. 

C 

“*,335 

4,835 

- 

Fit. Test 


Northrop Acft. Inc. 

Heart borne Calif. 

C-P 

3 , 36 o 

3,360 

- 

7-89 


Northrop Acft. Inc. 

Ontario, Calif. 

P 

1,021 

1,021 

- 

F-89 Fit. Teat 


Northrop Acft, Inc. 

Palmdale, Calif 

C 

4,400 

* 

- 

F -89 Fit. Test 


Republic Aviation Corp. 

Farming dale, N. Y. 

P 

U .776 

11,776 

“ 

F-flfc 

RF- 84 F 

F -105 

RF -105 


Sikorsky Acft. Dlv, 

United Acft. , 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

P 

* 

* 

10,000 

Helicopters & 
Helicopter Parts 





ENGINES 




Air Cooled Motors, Inc. 

Syracuse, N. I. 

P 

981 

981 

- 

Helicopter Eng. 


Allison Division, GMC 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

C-P 

46,000 

46,000 

- 

J-35 i J-33 Eng. 


Allison Division, GMC 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

C-P 

10,800 j 

10,800 

- 

J- 71 -A 3 Eng. 


Allison Division, GMC 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

CJP 

6,300 

6,300 

- 

T-56 Eng. 


Bridgeport-Lyecuing Dlv. 

AYCO, Stratford, Conn 

c 

32,439 

25,866 

6,573 

R -1820 Eng. 


Buick Motor Dlv., GMC 

Flint, Mich. 

P 

107,000 | 

107,000 

- 

J-65 Eng- 


Buick Motor Div., GMC 

Wlllov Springs, Ill. 

C-P 

“ 

2,532 

- 

J -^5 Eng. 


Chevrolet Div., GMC 

Tonavanda, N. Y. 

c- 

50,000 

50,000 

- 

R -3350 Eng. 


Continental Motors Corp. 

Muskegon, Mich. 

p 

- 

2,885 

- 

C- 4 70-11 k 13 

Eng. 


Fairchild Engine Div. 

Farmingdale, N. Y. 

p 

- 

520 

- 

Andover Eng. 


Foote Bros., Gear & Machine 
Chicago, 111 . 

p 

180 

180 

- 

B-36 h R -4360 

Eng. 


Ford Motor Co. 

Chicago, Ill. 

c 

47,000 

40,000 

7,000 

J -57 Eng. 


Ford Motor Co. 

Chicago, Ill. 

c 

103,500 

103,500 

_ 

R -4360 Eng. 


General Electric'Co. 

Lock!and, Ohio 

C-P 

TT .219 

77,219 

- 

j -47 h J -73 Eng. 


General Electric Co. 

Locklani, Ohio 

c-p 

- 

5,000 

- 

MX-1589 


General Electric Co. 

Vest Lynn, Maes. ! 

C-P 

* 

600 

- 

Fuel Storage 



308700 0 - 54 - 19 


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fin thousands of dollars.) 


SPECIAL 

Facility 

contract® 

CODE 

TOTAL 

PROGRAMMED 

FUNDS 

CLMULATTVE 
OBLIGATI 0 TB 

UNOBLIGATE 

REMAINDER 

CF PROG. 
FUNDS 

MILITARY 

PRODUCT 

RIMARKS 


ENGIHES (Coat'd) 

General Electric Co. 

West Lynn, Maas. 

C-P 

406 

- 


J -47 Eng. Part. 


Kaiser Mfg. Corp. (WiUys Motors 
Inc.) Detroit, Mich. 

p 

15,140 

15,140 

- 

R -1300 Eng. 


Nash-Kelvinator 

Kenosha, Vis. 

p 

- 

36,725 

1 

- 

R- 28 Q 0 Eng. 


Packard Motor Car Co. 

Detroit, Mich. 

p 

- 

48,000 

- 

J -47 Eng. 


Packard Motor Car Co. 

Detroit Mich. 

p 

* 

11,000 

- 

J- 4 ? Buckets & 
blades 


Pratt A Whitney Aircraft 
Southington Plant, 

East Hartford, Conn. 

C-P 


26,000 

- 

R -4360 Eng. 


Studebaker Corporation 

South Bend, Ind. 

p 

- 

42,150 

8,000 

J -47 Eng. 

RAD ProJ. 

Wright Aero Corporation 

Woodridge, N. J. 

C-P 

- 

5,180 

- 

Ram Jet Test 
Facility 


Wright Aero Corporation 

Woodridge, N. J. ^ 

C-P 

7,000 

5,000 

2,000 

16 - 67 -Wl, Turto 
Jet Eng. 


Wright Aero Corporation 

Woodridge, N. J. 

C-P 

138,450 

138,450 

- 

R -3350 4 J -65 

Eng. 



ENGINE COMPONENTS 

Allison Division,©C 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

P 

- 

13,000 

- 

Development 

Facility 


Ahlberg Company 

Chicago, Ill. 

* P 

- 

160 

- 

High Precision 
Bearings 


Allegheny Ludlun Steel 

Watervliet, N. Y. 

P 

- 

- 

352 

Titanium Prod. 


American Bosch Corp. 

Springfield, Mass. 

P 

430 

430 

- 

Jet Eng, Norale 
Trim Tab, Over- 
epeed Governor 


American Metal Prod, 

Detroit, Mich. 

P 

- 

978 

- 

J-A7 Components 


American Welding Mfg. Co. 

Warren, Idaho 

P 

- 

4,160 

- 

J-l *7 Casing Jet 
Rings 


Bard on Corporation 

Danbury, Conn. 

P 

- 

250 

- 

Bearings 


Bingham-Herb rand Corp. 

Fremont, Ohio 

P 

- 

5,300 

- 

J -^7 Buckets A 
Blades 


Boston Gear Works Div. 

Quincy, Mass 

P 

• 

817 

- 

H- 13 D Trans. 
Assembly 


Bridge port-Lycoming Div. 

Stratford, Conn. 

C 

16,034 

15,400 

634 

J -^7 Rotor Ass’y. 
Vane, Stator, Tur 
bine A Wheel Fr¬ 
ame Aas'y. 


Budd Mfg. Co. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

P 

- . 

6,000 

- 

J-L7 Parts, Nor- : 
rle Liners 


Case, J. 1 . Co. 

Racine, Wise. 

P 

- 

1,500 

- 

R -2800 Prop. 

Shaft Ass 'y. 



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( In thouBandB of djollnre.) 


SPECIAL 

FACILITY 

coniractcr 

CODE 

TOTAL 

IROCSUttMED 

FUNDS 

CUCJIATIVE 

OBLIGATIONS 

UNOBLIGATED 

REMAINDER 

OF PROG. 
FUNDS 

_ 

MILITARY 

PRODUCT 

REMARKS 


ENGINE CCKPONENTS 

Cleveland Graphite -Branxe 
Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

- 

2,500 

- 

Bearings 


Cleveland Industrial Tool 
Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

- 

90 

- 

Bearing Shells 


Delevan Mfg. Co. 

P 

- 

128 

- 

J- 5 T Fuel Nos. 


Deepfreeze Appliance Dlv. 

Chicago, Ill. 

P 

- 

75 

- 

B- 436 o Part* 


Deepfreeze Appliance Dlv. 

North Chicago, Ill. 

P 

- 

2,075 

- 

B -2800 Pimp L 
Regulator Ass'y. 


Delco Remy Division, GMC 
Anderson, Ind. 

P 

3,831 

3,575 

256 

r- 56 a J-71 

Coup., Rotor 
Blades 


Eaton Mfg. Co. 

Battle Creek, Mich, 

P 

if ,102 

4,102 

- 

J -47 A J -73 

Rotor Bl&iea 


Eaton Mfg. Co. 

Marshall, Mich. 

P 

* 

74 

- 

H-4360 

Suction Pumps 


Eaton Mfg. Co. 

Battle Creek, Mich. 

P 

- 

2,000 

- 

R -4360 Valve. 


Eaton Mfg. Co, 

Battle Creek, Mich. 

P 

• 

730 

_ 

R -3350 Valves 


Eaton Mfg. Co. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

- 

136 

* 

R-I360 Bearings 
Ret. Plates 


Eaton Mfg. Co. 

Battle Creek, Mich, 

P 

- 

121 

- 

R-I3OO Exhaust 
Intake 


Eaton Mfg. Co. 

Saglnwv, Mich. 

P 


735 

" 

R -4360 

Valve Seats, 
Rotors A Suction 
Pumps 


Eclipse Mach, Dlv. 

Elmira, N. Y. 

P 

- 

680 

- 

J -47 Fuel Ncarles 


Excello Corporation 

Detroit, Mich. 

P 

- 

1,200 

- 

R -4360 Parts 


Excello Corporation, 

Lima, Ohio 

P 

1 , 0 U 7 

886 

161 

J -57 Parts 


T. 

P 

- 

865 

- 

J -47 Frames and 
Drives 


Fairchild Eng. Dlv. 

Valley Stream, N. Y, 

C 

- 

5,100 

- 

J -47 Ccmponent 


Firestone Steel Prod. 

Akron, Ohio 

P 

- 

2,710 

- 

J -47 A 57 canp. 


Frlgidalre Division, GMC 

Dayton, Ohio 

P 

- 

3,000 

- 

Fuel Cartridge 
Starting Cart. 


General Electric Co. 

Everett, Mass. 

C-P 

- 

350 

- 

J -47 Cornice 
Couplings 


feints Mfg. Co. 

Pnlladelphla, Fa. 

p 

777 

777 

- 

J -47 Exhaust 

Units 


Hell-Coll Carp. 

Danbury, Conn. 

p 

- 

438 

■ 

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(in thousands of dollars.) 


SPECIAL 

FACILITY 

CONTRACTOR 

CODE 

total 

PROGRAhttED 

FUNDS 

CUMULATIVE 

OBLIGATIONS 

unobligated 

REMAINDER 

OF PROG. 
FUNDS 

MILITARY 

PRODUCT 

1 

REMARKS 


ENGINE COMPONENTS 

Hotpolnt, Inc. 

Milwaukee, Wise. 

P 

3,908 

3,908 

- 

Turbo® 


ile-Hersbey Carp. 

Decatur, Ill. 

P 

- 

3,600 

- 

R- 2800 , Rod 
Aaa'y, Rod 

Plate. 


Hudson Motor Car Co. 

Detroit, Mich, 

P 

“ 

88 

- 

Crankshaft, 
Prop shaft 
k Rocker Arm 


ITE Circuit Breaker Co. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P 

- 

1,430 

- 

J -47 Corp. 


Kelsey-Eayes Wheel Co. 

Detroit, Mich. 

1 P 

- 

24 l 

- 

J -57 Eng. Pta 


Lycaning-Spencer Dlv. 
Williamsport, Pa. 

C-P 

- 

600 

- 

J-Vf Gear 
Boxes, Scav¬ 
enger Pump 


Lycaning-Spencer Dlv. 
Williamsport, Pa. 

C-P 

- 

15 

- 

V-I65O Parts 


Muskegon Motor Spec. 

Jackson, Mich, 

P 

- 

67 

- 

0 - 335-1 H 

Crankshaft 


Rational Radiator Co. 

Johnstown, Pa, 

p 

- 

143 

* 

J -57 Mani¬ 
folds 


New Hampshire Ball Bearings 
Peterborough, N. H. 

p 

- 

450 

- 

Ball Bearings 


Norma Hoffman Bearings 

Stamford, conn. 

P 

- 

1,100 

- 

Bearings 


Parker Appliance Co. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

p 

- 

2,200 

- 

Eng. Valves 


Perfect Circle Carp. 

Richmond, Ind. 

p 

- 

600 

- 

Comp, Rings 


Ryan Aeronautical Co. 

San Diego, Calif. 

p 

- 

35 

- 

C -119 Exhaust 
Hoods 


Solar Acft. Co. 

Des Moines, la. 

P 

. - 

4,000 

- 

! 

j_47 canp. 


Solar Acft Co. 

San Diego, Calif. 

p 

2,335 

2,275 

60 

, J -47 Canp. 

B-31 k B-36 
Canp. 


Solar Acft. Co. 

Des Moines, la. 

p 

- 

1,54a 

- 

J -57 Canp. 


Stainless Ware Co. of Amer. 

Walled Lake, Mich. 

p 

- 

200 

- 

Machine Studs 


Steel Improvement k Forge 
Cleveland, Ohio 

p 

- 

2,350 

- 

J - 33 - 35-37 
Buckets, 

1 Nozzles 


Sunstrand Machine Tool Co. 
Rockford, Ill. 

p 

8,852 

3,852 

5,000 

Alt. Drive. 
Alt. Pump 


Thompson Prod. Inc, 

Cleveland, Ohio 

p 

- 

4,000 

- 

R-4360 Valves I 
and Seats 


Thompson Prod. Inc. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

p 


186 

* 

R -2000 Dup. 

Ind. Asa'y. | 


Thtmpson Prod. Inc, 

Cleveland, Ohio 

p 


580 

- 

R -1820 Inp. 1 
[ Asa f y* Valves 



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TABLE MS - USAF PRODUCTION EXPANSION PROJECTS - FY 1993 (Contihuko) 


(In thjoufiinda of dollars.) 


SPECIAL 

FACILITY 

CONTRACTOR 

CODE 

total 

PROGRAMMED 

FUNDS 

CUMULATIVE 

OBLIGATIONS 

UNOBLIGATED 

REMAINDER 

CF PROG. 
FUNDS 

MILITARY 

PRODUCT 

REMARKS 


ENGINE COMPONENTS 

Thompson Products Inc. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

- 

17,950 

- 

J-l *7 


Tht HS?tlAn^ u 8i!o Inc • 

P 

- 

5,000 

- 

Jet Eng. 
Components 


Thompson Products Inc. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

* 

1,590 

“ 

R- 3350 V Ins¬ 
erts, S. W. 
ASs’y 


Thompson Products Inc. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

“ 

170 

• 

R -1300 Ex¬ 
haust 4 In¬ 
take valve 


Thompson Products Inc. 

St. Catherines, Out. Canada 

P 

_ 

2,100 

- 

J-65 Comp. 

Rotors 4 
blades 

Thompson Products Inc. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

2,708 

2,708 

- 

J -57 Blades 


Thompson Products Inc. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

P 

- 

500 

- 

J-L7 Camp. 


Thompson Products Inc. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

- 

5 , 21*0 

- 

jJ +7 Buckets 
Blades 4 Sta¬ 
tor blades 


Thompson Products Inc. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

P 

- 

2,091 

- 

J -65 A 71 

Copponent0 

R -3350 Sup¬ 
er Impeller 

Tube Turns Inc. 

Louisville, Ky. 

P 

- 

475 

- 

R -3350 4 U36O 
Alum. Heads 


Utica Drop Forge 4 Tool 

Utica, N. Y. 

P 

925 

925 

- 

J -47 Blades 


Utica Drop Forge & Tool 
Yorkvllle, N. Y. 

P 

- 

1,302 

- 

57 Turbine 
Blades 


Utica Drop Forge 4 Tool 
CUjTille, N. Y. 

P 

- 

650 

- 

Props 


Utica Drop Forge 4 Tool 

Utica, N. Y. 

P 

1,196 

1,196 

- 

J-65 Blades 4 
Buckets 


Warner Gear Division 

Borg-Warner Corporation 

Muncle, Ind. 

P 

* 

1,000 

* 

J-65 Gear Box 


Vlllys Overland Motors Inc- i 

Anderson, Ind. I 

P 

- 

6,076 

- 

J -47 Frames 

4 Gears 


Wright Aeronautical Corp. 
Woodridge, N. J. 

C-P 

- 

5,300 

- 

J-V7 Coop. 


Ryan Aeronautical Co. 

San Diego, Calif. 

P 

- 

1,780 

! 

J -47 Ccxsp. 



PROPELLERS 

Aeroproducts Operations 

Allison Dlv. GMC 

Dayton, Ohio 

P 

- 

1 

6,572 

1 

C-119 Prop. 


Aeroproducts Operations 

Allison Dlv. GMC 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

P 

- 

77 

- 

G-8 Prop. 


Curtiss-Wright Corp. 

Caldwell, N. J. 

P 

- 

no 

' 

Prop. Blades 



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(in thousands of dollars.) 


SPECIAL 

FACILITY 

CONTRACTOR 

CODE 

TOTAL 

FROGRA>MED 

FUNDS 

CU4ULATIVE 

OBLIGATTCJE 

UNOBLIGATED 

EQtAIKDER 

OF PROG. 
FUNDS 

MILITARY 

PRODUCT 

REMARKS 


MISSILES 

Hughes Aircraft Co. 

Tucson, Arts. 

C 

25,726 

22,576 

3,150 

Missiles 


Bell Aircraft Carp 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

P 

3,663 

3,663 

- 

Rascal 


Bell Aircraft Corp. 

Buffalo, H. Y. 

c 

1,471 

1,471 

- 

- 


Hughes Aircraft Co. 

Culver City, Calif. 

p 

1,4U 

- 

- 

Falcon 


Forth America Aviation Co. 
Downey, Calif. 

c 

12,392 

1,423 

10,969 

Navaho 


Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 
Hawthorne, Calif, 

C-P 

- 

2,376 

- 

8 nark 


Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 
Hawthorne, Calif. 

C-P 

1,500 

1,500 

- 

- 


Northrop Aircraft Inc. 
Hawthorne, Calif. 

C-P 

- 

3,000 

- 

Guidance Sys 


Martin, Glenn L. 

Baltimore, Kd. 

C-P 

3,636 

3,636 

• 

Matador 

1 _ 


Notes: C - P- Portions are government cvned contractor operated, and portions are privately owned. 


C - Government wned, contractor operated. 
P - Privately owned. 


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Part X 


308700 O - 54 ( Face p. 2 74) 





275 


TABLE 150 - STATUS OF U5AF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FUNDS - FISCAL YEARS 1950 THROUGH 1953 

AS OF 30 JUNE 1953 


(Excludes reimbursements. In millions of dollars. Figures in parentheses indicate minus amounts.) 


FISCAL YEAR 

APPROPRIATION 

ADJUSTMENTS 

OBLIGATIONS 

EXPENDITURES 

UNLIQUIDATED 

OBLIGATION 

Appropriation - Total. . . 

*11*80.6 

$sa.e 

*11*03.7 

*10U6.5 

* 1 * 37.2 

1950. 

J/V 233.0 

(17.6) 

213.7 

206.1* 

7.3 

1951. 

a/c/d/ 297.6 

72-3 

365.1* 

325.3 

1*0.1 

1952 . 

y 3 * 25-0 

26.1 

1*30.3 

321.8 

108.5 

1953 . 

d/ 525.0 

8.0 

1*71+.3 

193-0 

281.3 


Note; Fiscal Years 19**8 and 19^9 are not reported, inasmuch as the Research and Development Programs for these years were 
Included In the Annual Appropriation "Department of the Air Force, 1948 " and "General Expenses, 194 - 9 " both of which 
appropriations lapsed for obligation and expenditure purposes as of 30 June 1952 , and were not available to the Air 
Force during Fiscal Year 1953 * 

a/ Reflects $ 22.6 million which was appropriated during FY 1950 but was held in reserve and applied to the FY 1951 
Program. 

b/ Reflects transfer of $ 5*0 million from "Aircraft and Related Procurement, Air Force" for research portion of Joint 
Long Range Proving Ground, authorized by PL 35 ^- 8 lst congress. 

c/ Reflects transfer of $-7 million to "Signal Service of the Army" for "Armed Forces Security Service", 
d/ Includes transfers from "Emergency Fund, Office, Secretary of Defense" as follows* 


Total . 64.5 

1951 . 50.4 

1952 . 26.1 

1953 . 0.0 


Source: Financial Management Division, Directorate of Btxiget, DCS/C. 




























TABLE 151 - DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATION CUMULATIVE OBLIGATIONS BY COMMAND-AS OF 30 JUNE 1953 






P R 0 G R 

AM YEAR 

- 1950 




COWARD 

TOTAL 

ALL 

PROGRAMS 

PROJECT 601 
FIRST DESTIN¬ 
ATION TRANS 

PROJECT 6lO 
RESEARCH 

PROJECT 620 
MAJOR WEAPONS 
COMPONENTS DEV 

PROJECT 640 
WEAPONS SYS 
DEVELOPMENT 

PROJECT 650 
OPERATIONAL 
ENGINEERING 

PROJECT 660 
HUMAN FACTORS 
DEVELOPMENT 

PROJECT 670 
SPECIAL 
PROJECTS 

PROJECT 680 
MANAGEMENT 

A operations 

U. S. AIR FORCE - TOTAL a/. 

$213,794,073 

$85,000 

$25,487,707 

$54,667,809 

$80,732,319 

$ 6,850,049 

$2,160,360 

$8,009,075 

$35,801,754 

Continental U. B. - Total . . . * , . 

$213,674,435 

$85,000 

$25,487,707 

$54,598,252 

$80,732,319 

$ 6,850,049 

$2,159,897 

$7,979,240 

$35,782,013 

Overseas - Total... 

$ 119,506 

$ 

$ 

$ 69,557 

$ 

$ 

$ 463 

$ 29,827 

$ ,19,741 

Headquarters, USAF. 

6,316,304 

_ 

679,807 

300,000 


6,550,000 

25,000 

761,461 

2,036 

Air Research and Development Command. 

45,052,081 

- 

11,381,592 

27,610,122 

- 

64,766 

85,469 

4,584,828 

1,326,104 

Air Materiel Command. ... . 

154,213,328 

85,000 

12,838,674 

26,688,130 

80,635,405 

149,152 

44,519 

999,204 

32,773,244 

Air Training Command. 

1,158,098 

- 

352,499 

- 

- 

- 

422,432 

- 

383,167 

Air University. 

2,137,259 

- 

143,000 

- ' 

- 

- 

1,335,981 

- 

658,278 

Alaskan Air Command.. 

110,424 

- 

- 

69,557 

- 

- 

463 

20,663 

19,741 

Air Proving Ground Command. 

96,914 

_ 

. 

_ 

96,914 


_ 


_ 

Air Force Special Weapons Center. « . 

97,701 

- 

. 

- 

- 

86,131 

- 

. 

11,570 

Arnold Air Development Center .... 

91,362 

- 

- 

- 

. 

- 

_ 

_ 

91,362 

Military Air Transport Service. . . . 

133,585 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

133,5B5 


Air Force Missile Test Center .... 

1,639,864 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1,464,928 

174,936 

Far East Air Force. 

9,164 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

9,164 


Headquarters Command USAF . 

735,189 

* 

92,135 : 


- 

- 

246,^96 

35,242 

361,316 


PROGRAM YEAR - 1951 


CCHMAND 

TOTAL 

ALL 

PROGRAMS 

PROJECT 601 
FIRST DESTIN¬ 
ATION TRANS 

PROJECT 610 
RESEARCH 

PROJECT 620 
MAJOR WEAPONS 
COMPONENTS DEV 

PROJECT 61*0 
WEAPONS SYS 
DEVELOPMENT 

PROJECT 660 
HUMAN FACTORS 
DEVELOPMENT 

PROJECT 680 
SPECIAL 
PROJECTS 

PROJECT 690 
LABORATORY 

operations 

U. S. Air Force - Total b/. 

$365,541,627 

$153,683 

$51,904,262 

$86,291,377 

$164,640,901 

$4,614,322 

$14,447,701 

$43,489,181 

Continental U- S. - Total . 

$365,403,464 

$153,883 

$51,904,262 

$86,291,377 

$164,640,901 

$4,510,396 

$14,447,701 

$43,454,944 

Overseas • Total. 

$ 138,163 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 103,926 

$ 

$ 34,237 

Headquarters, USAF. ......... 

6,284,394 

_ 

922,414 

400,000 

. 

69,971 

4,892,009 

. 

Air Research and Development Command. 

294,361,829 

- 

44,027,074 

81,815,502 

148,920,689 

264,861 

2,404,784 

16,928,919 

Air Materiel Command. 

48,623,415 

153,803 

6,435,957 

4,075,875 

15,625,292 

32,362 

309,960 

21,990,086 

Secretary of Air Staff. 

1,243,480 

- 

176,429 

- 

- 

425,372 

- 

641,679 

Air Training Command. 

1,669,708 


227,308 

- 

- 

729,866 

- 

712,454 

Air University. . . . 

3,945,915 


115,000 


_ 

2,987,964 

_ 

842,951 

Alaskan Air Command. 

138,163 

- 


. 

- 

103,926 

- 

34,237 

Air Proving Ground Command. 

221,191 

- 


- 

94,920 


- 

126,271 

Air Force Special Weapons Center. . . 

190,667 

- 


- 

- 


- 

190,667 

Arnold Air Development Center .... 

781,871 

- 


• 

- 

- 

- 

781,871 

Military Air Transport Service. . . . 

40,389 

- 


- 

. 

. 

40,389 

- 

Air Force Missile Test Center .... 

8,040,605 

_ LJ 





6,800,559 

1,240,046 


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TABLE 151 - DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATION CUMULATIVE OBLIGATIONS BY COMMAND AS OF 30 JUNE 1953 - Continued 


COMMAND 




PRC 

1 G R A M Y 1 

EAR - 1952 




TOTAL 

ALL 

PROGRAMS 

PROJECT 610 
AIRCRAFT 

PROJECT 620 
GUIDED 
MISSILES 

PROJECT 630 
PROPULSION 

PROJECT 640 
ELECTRONICS 

PROJECT 650 
ARMAMENT 

PROJECT 660 
EQUIPMENT 

PROJECT 670 
SCIENCE 

PROJECT 680 
SPECIAL 
PROJECTS 

PROJECT 690 
LABORATORY 
OPERATIONS 

U. S. Air Force - Total c/. 

$1.30,677,174 

$55,230,841 

$ 103 , 235,377 

$ 51 , 834,773 

$ 42 , 750,306 

$24,885,914 

$ 27 , 278,637 

$ 50 , 780,411 

$16,574,4811 

$ 58 , 106,431 

Continental U. S. - Total . 

$1*30,395,968 

$55,230,841 

$103,235,377 

$ 51 , 834,773 

$ 42 , 750,306 

$24,885,914 

$ 27 , 278,637 

$ 50 , 556,159 

$ 16 , 574,434 

$ 56 , 049,477 

Overseas - Total. . . 

$ 281,206 

$ 

$ - j 

$ 

i 

$ 

$ 

$ 224,252 

$ 

$ 56,954 

Headquarters, USAF. 

3,512,956 






350,000 

809,286 

2 , 353,670 


Air Research and Development Command. 

! *l3,325, i *58 

55,210,841 

103,205,377 

51 , 814,773 

1 * 2 , 730,306 

24,872,914 

26 , 691 , 31*1 

42,476,773 

11 , 486,765 

54 , 836,368 

Air Materiel Command. 

128,000 

20,000 

30,000 

20,000 

20,000 

13,000 i 

15,000 

5,000 

5,000 

- 

Secretary of Air Staff. 

■*,1*70,328 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

112,403 

1 , 012,158 

2 , 729,049 1 

616,718 

Air Training Command. ........ 

2,792,795 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1,691,048 

- 

1 , 101,747 

Air University. 

5 , 689,216 

_ 

_ 

. 

_ 


109,893 

4,561,894 

. 

1,017,429 

Alaskan Air Command . 

281,206 

- 

. 

- 

- 

- 

- 

224,252 

- 

56,954 

Air Proving Ground Command. 

309,369 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

309,389 

Air Force Special Weapons Center. . . 

167,826 

- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

167,826 





P R C 

) G R A M Y 

EAR - 1953 




COMMAND 

TOTAL 

PROJECT 610 

PROJECT 620 ! 

PROJECT 630 

PROJECT 640 

- 1 

PROJECT 650 

PROJECT 660 

PROJECT 670 

PROJECT 680 ' 

PROJECT 690 


ALT. 


GUIDED 

PROPULSION 

ELECTRONICS 1 

ARMAMENT 

EQUIPMENT 

SCIENCE 

SPECIAL 

LABORATORY 


PROGRAMS 


MISSILES 






PROJECTS ! 

OPERATIONS 

U. S- Air Force - Total d/. 

$ 1 * 74 , 2811,650 

$38,974,964 

$ 126 , 568,690 

$ 60 , 785,586 

$ 74 , 278,903 

$24,446,485 

$ 21 , 451,681 

$ 46 , 128,725 

$14,798,406 

$ 66 , 851,002 

Continental U. s. - Total . 

$ 473 , 921,822 

$38,974,964 

$ 126 , 568,698 

$ 60 , 785,586 

$ 74 , 278,903 

$24,446,485 

$ 21 , 451,881 

$ 45 , 828,836 

$14,796,406 

$ 66 , 788,063 

Overseas - Total. 

$ 362,828 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 299 ,809 

$ 

$ 62,939 

Headquarters, USAF. .... . 

5,000,000 



. 

5,000,000 



. 

. 

. 

Air Research and Development Command. 

458 , 771,668 

38,959,90* 

126 , 559 , 69 a 

60 , 710,586 

69 , 268,903 

24,426,485 

20,992,053 

40,491,188 

13,088,682 

64,274,109 

Air Materiel Command. 

149,000 

15,000 

9,000 

75 ,000 

10,000 

20,000 

15,000 

5,000 

* 

- 

Secretary of Air Staff. 

3,594,355 

-1 

. 

- 

- 

- 

444,828 

1 , 015,811 

1,709,724 

423,992 

Air Training Command. 

1 , 926,289 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

966,582 

- 

959,707 

Air University. 

4,480,510 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3 , 350,255 

- 

1,130,255 

Alaskan Air Command . 

362,828 

* 

- 

- 

- 

“ 

- 

299,889 

- 

62,939 


a/ There were no reimbursement collections during Fiscal Year 1953 for Fiscal Year 1950 Programs. 
F/ Includes Total Reimbursement Collections of $137,433* 
c j Includes Total Reimbursement Collections of $342,571* 
d/ Includes Total Reimbursement Collections of $37,7^1. 

Source: Financial Management Division, Directorate of Budget, DCS/C* 


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Fiscal 


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FISCAL 


The Fiscal area covers the major portion of tables relating to financial matters. Subjects covered are; Budget, 
Procurement, Bonds. 


BUDGET 

DEFINITIONS 

The Budget Section of this area reflects the funding operations of the various Air Force Appropriations and/or 
funds with the respective major programs for the fiscal years indicated in the title of each table. Some of the re¬ 
lated Budget table b are to be found in other areas of the publication such as reports on Air National Guard, Reserve 
Forces, Mutual Defense Assistance Program, and Research and Development. 

The report on Reserve Officer Training Corps does not appear as a separate table in this publication but is com¬ 
bined with the Reserve table inasmuch as the ROTC and AF Reserve Programs were merged in FY 1951 under the Reserve 
Personnel Requirements Appropriation in so far as pay Is concerned while the Reserve procurement was abolished in other 
Air Force appropriations. 

ANNUAL BUDGET AUTHORIZATION 

The annual amount authorized for the purpose of executing an approved annual financial plan and which it is ex¬ 
pected will be allocated to a Command or allotted to an installation during the fiscal year for the project covered 
by the authorization. The amount of the annual budget authorization Is not available for obligation until the fuMs 
are allotted. 

APPROPRIATION ACCOUNT 

An account established to ma k e amounts available for obligation and expenditure from the Treasury. (AFM 172-1). 
APPROPRIATIONS OR CASH APPROPRIATIONS 

An authorization by an act of Congress to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes within a pre¬ 
scribed amount. (AFM 172-1). 

APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT 

A collection, other than an expenditure refund, for commodities work, or service furnished, or to be furnished, 
to an individual, firm,corporation, or federal agency, or for the benefit of other appropriations of the Department 
of the Air Force, which collection lawfully may be covered Into the Treasury of the United States as repayment to an 
appropriation. (AFM 172-1). 

BUDGET PROGRAM 

The classifications of contemplated or actual obligations and expenditures 'by related projects within a major 
program; e.g. Aircraft and Related Material, Electronics Equipment, etc. (AFM 172-1). 

CONTRACT AlfTEORIZATIOH 

Statutory authorization under which contracts or other obligations may be entered into prior to appropriations 
for the payment of such obligations. (AFM 172-1). 

EXPENDITURES 

The’ amount of vouchers/ or other documents (less refunds received) which have been entered In fiscal accounts as 
final charges against an appropriation or fund. (AFM 172-1). 

FUND 

A sum of money or other resources authorized by law to be set aside and to be used or expended only for author¬ 
ized purposes. (AFM 172-1). 

MAJOR PROGRAM 

The broadest divisions or classifications of contemplated or actual obligations and expenditures according to 
function or activity; e.g. Procurement, Construction, Maintenance, Administration, etc. (AIM 172-1). 

OBLIGATION 

‘rHe" amount of an order placed, a contract awarded, a service received, or any other transaction which legally 
reserve an appropriation or fund during a given period of time. (AFM 172-1). 

OBLIGATIONS INCURRED 

Represent the'Total amount of obligations which have been established against an appropriation or fund during a 
given period of time. (AIM 172-1). 

PROJECT 

~ TEe classification of actual or contemplated obligations and expenditures in terms of the specific function or 
activity within the related bulget program. (AFM 172-1). 

REAL PROPERTY 

Representing the fixed capital assets of the Air Force, consists of lands and Interests therein, such as owner¬ 
ship, leases, permits, easements, licenses, or rights-of-way; ground and structural facilities; utility systems (ex¬ 
cept those communications systems and Installed technical equipment which are not the responsibility of the air In¬ 
stallation officer); and permanently attached or installed appurtenances thereto other than ”P" property. ("p” prop¬ 
erty la that nonexpendable property which is permanently attached to or integrated into real property in such a man¬ 
ner that it cannot be removed without causing substantial physical damage or changing the designed standard and only 
as listed in the attachment. See paragraph 7, AFR 93-1* "P" property will be recorded In the reel property accoun¬ 

table record.) Real property Includes, but Is not limited to, runways, taxivayB, aprons, roads, walks, railroads, 
towers, bridges, piers, docks, drainage systems, utility systems (lighting, heating, water, gas, power, sewage dis¬ 
posal, liquid fuel distribution, and the like), storage facilities, structural or training aids aod recreational fa¬ 
cilities, housing facilities, hospital, operational, technical, and other buildings and structures. 


/ 


280 


FISCAL — Continuio 


RESERVE 

TEat portion of an appropriation (or contract authorization) held or set aside for further operations, contin¬ 
gencies, or other purposes, and In respect of vhich authorization to Incur obligations has been withheld. (ATM 172-1). 

UNLIQUIDATED OBLIGATION 

■ la that portion of an obligation for which expenditure Is yet to be made. (AFM 172-1). 

UNOBLIGATED BALANCE 

la that portion of a budgetary authorization which has oot been obligated. The term refers to appropriations, 
apportionments, allocations, and allotments. (AFM 172-1). 

% MISCELLANEOUS 

DEFINITIONS 

CONTRACTS 

(Ref: ASPrl 1-201.6 Sec 15 Appendix A). All types of agreements and orders for the procurement of supplies or 
services. It Includes, by way of description and without limitation, awards and preliminary notices of award; con¬ 
tracts of a fixed-price, cost, cost plus a fixed fee, or incentive type; contracts providing for the Issuance of Job 
orders, task orders or task letters thereunder; letter contracts, letters of intent, and purchase orders. It also 
includes amendments, modifications, and supplemental agreements with respect to any of the foregoing. 

PROCUREMENT 

The term "procurement" includes by way of description and without limitation, purchasing, renting, leasing, or 
otherwise obtaining supplies or services. 


281 


TABLE 152 - DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE USAF APPROPRIATIONS AND 

NEW OBLIGATING AUTHORITY FOR FY 1953 


(in thousands of dollars. Figures in parentheses indicate minus amounts.} 



OBLIGATING AUTHORITY ENACTED 



APPROPRIATION TITLES AND CITATION OF PUBLIC LAWS 

% 

TOTAL 

CASH 

APPROPRIATED 

CONTRACT 

AUTHOR¬ 

IZATIONS 

CASH 

TRANSFERS 

NET 

OBLIGATING 

AUTHORITY 

All Appropriations - Total a/ b/ . 

* 17,737,983 

$ 17,787,983 

$ - 

* (242,142) | 

$ 17,545,841 

Aircraft and Related 

Procurement (Continuing) a/ - Total. 

0,200,000 

0,200,000 


( 142) 

8,199.858 

PL 1*88, 82nd Congress... 

8,200,000 

8,200,000 

- 

- 

8,200,000 

Net Transfers In or (out). 

- 

* 

- 

c/( 142) 

( 142) 


900,000 

900,000 



900,000 

PL 1*88, 82nd Congress. 

900,000 

900,000 

- 

- 

900,000 

Acquisition and Construction of 

Real Property (Continuing^ - Total . 

1,200,000 

1,200,000 



1,200,000 

PL 5^7, 82nd Congress. 

1,200,000 

1,200,000 

" J 

- 

1,200,000 

Maintenance and Operations, 1953 - Total .... 

3 , 600,000 

3 , 600,000 

. 

(398,852) 

3,201,148 

PL 1*88, 82nd Congress. 

3,600,000 

3,600,000 

- 

- 

3,600,000 

PL 11, 83rd Congress . 

- 

- 

- 

d/(250,000) 

(250,000) 

Net Transfers In or (Out). 

- 

- 

- 

d/(148,852) 

(148,852) 

Military Personnel Requirements, 1953 * Total. . 

3,200,000 

3,200,000 

- 

148,852 

3,348,852 

PL 488, 82nd Congress. 

3,200,000 

3,200,000 

- 

- 

3,200,000 

Net Transfers In or (Out). 

- 

- 

- 

e/ 148,852 

148,852 

Research and Development (Continuing) - Total, . 

525,000 

525,000 


8,000 

533,000 

PL 488 , 02nd Congress. 

525,000 

525,000 

- 

- 

525,000 

Net Transfers In or (Out). .., 

- 

- 

- 

f/ 8,000 

8,000 

Re se rve■Pe r 8onnel R equireme nt e, 

1953 and 195 4 * - Total. 

26,196 

26,196 



26,196 

PL 438, 82nd Congress. 

e/26,196 

1/26,196 

- 

- 

26,196 

Air National Guard, 1953 - Total . 

106,000 

106,000 

- 

_ 

106,000 

PL 488, 32nd Congress.. 

106,000 

106,000 

- 

- 

106,000 

Contingencies, 1953 - Total. 

30,787 

30,787 

• 

_ 

30,787 

PL 486 , 82nd Congress... 

30,737 

30,787 

- 

- 

30,787 


aj Excludes $ 2,000,000 thousand- appropriated in FY 1953 to finance the deferred portion of the FY 1952 program. 

b/ Excludes $ 1,605,000 thousand in "Aircraft and Related Procurement 11 Appropriation, and $ 45,335 thousand in "Ac- * 

qulsltion an} Construction of Real Property' 1 Appropriation, of cash appropriated to finance prior years contract d 

authorIsatIons. 

c/ Transfer authorized hy PL 784,8lst Congress: To General Services Administration, $142 thousand. 

d/ Transfers as authorized by PL 11,83rd Congress: 

To Military Requirements, Army $ 250,000 thousand 

To Military Personnel Requirements, Air Force $ 73,052 thousand 
Transfers as authorized by PL 604,82nd Congress: 

To Military Personnel Requirements, Air Force $ 75,000 thousand 

$ 398,052 thousand 

e/ Transfers from Maintenance and Operations, Air Force, $ 1W3,852 thousand. (See footnote d/ above.) 

fj Transfers authorized by PL 1*88, 02nd Congress: From Emergency Fund, Office of the Secretary of Defense $ 8,000 
thousand. 

g/ Includes amounts in reserve for application to the FY 1954 program. 

Source; Financial Management Division, Directorate of Budget, DCS/C. 












































































282 


TABLE 153 - OBLIGATIONS AND EXPENDITURES DURING FY 1953 

(in thousands of dollars. Figures 


T 

ss 

§ 

Zj 

PROGRAM 

NUMBER 

APPROPRIATION AND PROGRAM TITLE 

NET 

OBLIGATING 

AUTHORITY 

l 


All Appropriations - Total a/ b/. 

.$ 17 , 828,952 

2 


Aircraft and Related Procurement, (continuing) - Total a/ b/. 

$ 

8 , 206,318 

3 

no 

Aircraft, Complete. 


“*,839,998 

u 

120 

Initial Aircraft Component Spares and Spare parts . ........ 


1.587.739 

5 

130 

Related Aircraft Procurement. 


780,033 

6 

11*0 

Modification of In-Service Aircraft and Component Equipment . 


224,500 

7 

150 

Guided Missiles - Complete. 


1 * 80,200 

8 

l 80 

Industrial Mobilization. 


6.923 

9 

10 

190 

Procurement and Production-Administration . 

Undistributed . 


69,850 

217,015 

11 


Major Procurement Other Than Aircraft (continuing) - Total a/ . 

$ 

1,182,1*70 

12 

210 

Weapons and Ammunition. 


448,846 

13 

220 

Ground Powered and Marine Equipment . . . ..... . 


72,827 

14 

230 

Electronics and Communications Equipment. 


1 * 05,551 

15 

250 

Training Equipment. 


59,562 

l6 

270 

Other Major Equipment . 


133,81*7 

17 

18 

299 

Classified Project. ................. . .......... 

Undistributed.. .. 


38,313 

16,521* 

19 


Acquisition and Construction of Real Property (Continuing) - Total. 

$ 

1,200,000 

20 


Maintenance and Operations - Total... 

* 

3 , 201 , 11*8 

21 

no 

Operation of Aircraft . 


950,128 

22 

1*20 

Organization, Base and Maintenance Equipment and Supplies . 


21*3,715 

23 

1*30 

Logistical Support. 


1 , 022,176 

24 

ULO 

Training Support. 


207,1*50 

25 

1*50 

Operational Support . 


1 * 88,286 

26 

1*60 

Research and Teat Support ...., , 


72,771 

27 

1*70 

Medical Support . 


85,671 

28 

1*80 

Service Wide Support. 


130,951 

29 


Military Personnel Requirements - Total . .... 

i 

3,31*8.852 

30 

510 

Pay and Allowances Air Force... 


2,872,000 

31 

530 

Movements Permanent Change of Station . 


162,700 

32 

550 

Subsistence . . . . 


3 A.200 

33 

560 

Civilian Clothing.'. 


1*55 

3 1 * 

590 

Other Military Personnel Requirements . 


9,**97 

35 


Research and Development (Continuing) - Total . 

$ 

533,000 


610 

Aircraft. 


1*2,857 


620 

Guided Missiles . . . 


129,5W* 


630 

Propulsion. 


711 , 91.0 


6*t0 

Electronics . 


81,61*9 


650 

Armament...... . ....... . 


1*0,283 


660 

Equipment . 


28,158 


670 

Sciences... 


1*9,790 


680 

Special Projects.. . 


16 , 21*8 


690 

Laboratory Operations . 

Undistributed ........ . .. . .. 


67,943 

1,588 

46 


Reserve Personnel Requirements - (Multiple Year) - Total a/ ...... . . 

$ 

20,377 

<*7 

520 

Pay and Allowances, Air Force Reserve and Air Force ROTC. 


ll*, 1*70 

1*8 

51*0 

Travel, Air Force Reserve and Air Force ROTC - Training Duty. 


781 

1*9 

550 

Subsistence.■. 


82 

50 

560 

Individual Clothing ..... . 


5,044 

51 


Air National Guard - Total... 


106,000 

52 


Contingencies - Total...... 

$ 

30,787 


a/ includes funds appropriated in prior years which were applied to Fiscal year 1953 Programs. 

E/ Excludes $2,800,000 thousand appropriated in Fiscal Year 1953 to finance the deferred portion of the Fiscal 
— Year 1952 Program, 
c/ Less than $500. 

Source: Financial Management Di