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Grumman F4F Wildcat
See also General Motors FM Wildcat

List by U. S. Navy (USN) Bureau Number
F4F-3

F4F 2531  piloted Knox MIA May 7, 1942, 1 missing
F4F 2531  pilot Knox MIA May 7, 1942
F4F 3989  pilot Swansberger MIA June 4, 1942, 1 missing
F4F 4006  pilot McCarthy MIA June 4, 1942, 1 missing
F4F-4
F4F 5155  pilot Dalton MIA July 18, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 5172  pilot Bate crashed November 12, 1942
F4F "Junior" 5192  pilot Southerland crashed August 7, 1942
F4F 5200  pilot ? crash November 11, 1942
F4F 5195  pilot Morgan MIA October 2, 1942
F4F 02098  pilot Lees MIA October 2, 1942
F4F 02110  pilot Kendrick crashed October 2, 1942
F4F 02112  pilot Treptow crashed October 2, 1942
F4F 02118  pilot Galer crashed October 2, 1942, rescued
F4F 03472  pilot Waring MIA July 18, 1943, 1 missing
F4F "Impatient Virgin" 03520  pilot De Blanc crashed January 31, 1943
F4F 11672  pilot Landis MIA July 18, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 11724  pilot Lewis MIA July 18, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 11758  pilot Edwards MIA January 30, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 11789  pilot Allen crashed April 14, 1943
F4F 11978  pilot Pope MIA July 18, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 11983  pilot Feliton crashed January 31, 1943
F4F 11992  pilot Childs MIA May 6, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 12059  pilot Redinger MIA July 15, 1943, 1 missing
F4F 12068  pilot Taylor force landed March 14, 1943
F4F 12084  pilot Swett ditched April 7, 1943
F4F 12094  pilot Pierson MIA July 18, 1943

Other Known Aircraft
F4F Betikama School  displayed at Betikama School
F4F ditched Gavutu  discovered November 2011
F4F Moso Island  crashed Moso Island
F4F ditched off Oahu  discovered 1973
F4F dumped off Roi-Namur (fuselage no.1) dumped into the sea
F4F dumped off Roi-Namur (fuselage no.2) dumped into the sea
F4F Koso  crash site investigated as MIA site

Last Updated
September 1, 2017

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