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Dornier Do 24
Listing by serial number

List by Manufacture Number
Do 24K-1 X-1 (Werk Nr. 761) sunk March 3, 1942 off Broome by A6M2 Zeros strafing
Do 24K-1 X-2 (Werk Nr. 762) crashed April 24, 1941 during take off at Morokrembangan
Do 24K-1 X-5 (Werk Nr. 765) assigned to the RAAF as A49-1
Do 24K-1 X-7 (Werk Nr. 767) assigned to the RAAF as A49-2
Do 24K-1 X-8 (Werk Nr. 768) assigned to the RAAF as A49-3
Do 24K-1 X-9 (Werk Nr. 769) assigned to the RAAF as A49-4
Do 24K-1 X-10 (Werk Nr. 770) assigned to the RAAF as A49-5
Do 24K-1 X-11 (Werk Nr. 771) sunk December 26, 1941 into Lake Tondano
Do 24K-1 X-12 (Werk Nr. 772) sunk December 26, 1941 into Lake Tondano
Do 24K-1 X-15 (Werk Nr. 775) missing December 29, 1941
Do 24K-1 X-25 (Werk Nr. 695) sunk December 26, 1941 into Lake Tondano
Do 24K-1 X-20 (Werk Nr. 780) sunk March 3, 1942 off Broome by A6M2 Zeros strafing
Do 24K-1 X-23 (Werk Nr. 784) sunk March 3, 1942 off Broome by A6M2 Zeros strafing
Do 24K-1 X-24 (Werk Nr. 785) assigned to the RAAF as A49-6 scrapped December 20, 1944 due to lack of spare parts
Do 24K-1 X-26 (Werk Nr. 696) sunk December 26, 1941 into Lake Tondano
Do 24K-1 X-36 (Werk Nr. 73) destroyed March 5, 1942 in Western Australia

Other Known Aircraft
Do 24 ATT 
displayed Deutsches Museum restored at Clark Field to flying condition

 

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