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North American P-51 Mustang
Known examples

List by U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) serial number
P-51A-1-NA
P-51A 43-6069  pilot Melton crashed November 25, 1943, POW, died
P-51D-10-NA / F-6D-10-NA Photo Reconnaissance Version
F-6D 44-14621  piloted by Lent crashed December 1, 1944, 1 missing
F-6D 44-14633  pilot Richards MIA December 4, 1944, 1 missing
F-6D 44-14???  pilot Garner crashed December 4, 1944
F-6D "Snooks 5nd" 44-14841  piloted by Huffman crashed March 5, 1945
F-6D 44-14920  pilot McGowan crashed December 19, 1944
P-51D-15-NA / F-6D-15-NA Photo Reconnaissance Version
F-6D 44-14873  piloted by Lipscomb
P-51D 44-15199  pilot Yates MIA February 1, 1945, 1 missing
P-51D 44-15235  pilot Clapp crashed January 2, 1945
P-51D-20-NA
P-51D 44-63280  pilot Epperson April 16, 1945
P-51D 44-63290  pilot Muir written off February 4, 1945
P-51D 44-63373  pilot Helm crashed February 25, 1945
P-51D 44-63310  pilot Milliken crashed March 5, 1945
P-51D 44-63338  pilot Bollinger MIA February 27, 1945, 1 prisoners/missing
P-51D 44-63357  pilot Neitzke crashed April 24, 1945
P-51D 44-63458  pilot Zellweger MIA June 2, 1945, 1 missing
P-51D 44-63651  pilot Kirby MIA April 14, 1945, 1 missing
P-51D 44-63957  pilot Peebles MIA May 10, 1945, 1 missing
P-51D "Ramblin' Rebel" 44-63986 pilot Fenker MIA June 3, 1945, 1 missing
P-51D 44-64045  pilot Kammeyer crashed April 24, 1945
P-51D 44-64089  pilot Waller crashed May 17, 1945
P-51D 44-64145  pilot Brady crashed April 16, 1945
P-51D 44-72054  pilot ? crashed April 13, 1945
P-51D "Upupa Epops" 44-72364  displayed Flying Heritage Collection
P-51D piloted by Alexander  MIA February 27, 1945, 1 prisoners/missing
P-51D-20-NT
P-51D 44-12882  (A68-636) crashed September 13, 1945
P-51D 44-13106  (A68-648) transfered to RAAF, displayed at AWM
P-51D-25-NT
P-51D 44-84489 (A68-750) transfered to RAAF, portions recovered and shipped to USA
P-51K-10-NT
P-51K 44-12025  pilot ? crashed April 17, 1945
P-51K 44-12032  pilot Goeller crashed March 8, 1945
P-51K 44-12054  pilot Kooper MIA March 13, 1945, 1 missing
P-51K 44-12075  pilot Wahlquist crashed May 3, 1945, 1 missing

List by Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) serial number
CA-17 Mark 20
CA-17 A68-13  crashed June 2, 1950
CA-18 Mark 21
CA-18 A68-105  airworthy registered as VH-JUC
CA-18 A68-107  airworthy registered as VH-AUB
CA-18 A68-110  airworthy registered as VH-MFT
CA-18 A68-118  airworthy owned by Jeff Trappett; registered as VH-AGJ
CA-18 Mark 23
CA-18 A68-125  pilot Robson crashed April 17, 1951 (Korean War)
CA-18 A68-170
 displayed at the RAAF Museum, Point Cook
P-51D-20-NT
P-51D A68-636  (44-12882) pilot Milledge crashed September 13, 1945
P-51D A68-648  (44-13106) displayed at the Australian War Memorial
P-51D-25-NT
P-51D A68-704  pilot Royal crashed February 25, 1951 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-718  pilot Allan missing March 18, 1946
P-51D A68-726  pilot Ellis missing December 22, 1950 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-750
 (44-84489) portions recovered and shipped to USA
P-51D A68-753  pilot Harrop crashed September 3, 1950 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-757  pilot Strout crashed July 7, 1950 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-762  pilot Hunter crashed September 29, 1945
P-51D A68-765  pilot Stephens crashed January 6, 1951 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-771  pilot Birrell missing November 28, 1945
P-51D A68-782  pilot Strange missing March 19, 1951 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-796  pilot Squiers crashed February 14, 1951 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-809  pilot Spence crashed September 9, 1950 (Korean War)
P-51D A68-812  pilot Matthews crashed February 14, 1951 (Korean War)
P-51K-10-NT
P-51K A68-501  pilot Opray crashed August 9, 1945
P-51K A68-507  pilot Chester crashed June 5, 1945

Other Mustangs
P-51D IAFM  displayed Indonesian Air Force Museum
P-51D crashed Chi Chi Jima  precise identity unknown

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Last Updated
May 3, 2016

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