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CIVILIAN PRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION


MAY 1,1941

The data contained in this report


have been validated by the War
Procurement Agencies concerned and

SIFIED are the official-statement of ac-


tual U.S. Munitions Production.

pR 11a/
orcletfl UNCLASSIFIED
IllhITIoS PR UCTIOI
OF THE UNITED STATES
BY MONTHS, JULY I, 19'40 - AUGUST 31, 19 45

initiated and Prepared


Principally by the

WAR PRODUCTION BOARD


J. A. Krug,Chairman

Program and Statistics Bureau


Bertrand Fox, Director

From data submitted by the War Procurement Agencies


Under standards established by the

ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON OFFICIAL PRODUCTION STATISTICS

WAR DEPARTMENT....................................S.P. Langhoff

NAVY DEPARTMENT..........................e...... Capt. F.D. Overfelt

MARITIME COMMISSION &


WAR SHIPPING ADMINISTRATION ...................... Arthur Swift I
ARMY AIR FORCES........................... Col. C.B. Thornton and
Col. Brandon Barringer--,;
COMBINED PRODUCTION
AND RESOURCES BOARD ................................ R.G.D. Allen
WAR PRODUCTION BOARD............................ Bertrand Fox and
Robert E. Johnson

Completed by the

CIVILIAN PRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION

John C. Houston, Jr'.,Commissioner


Bureau of Demobilization

David Novick, Director

UNCLASSIFIED
SPECIAL RELEASE materiql has been.This
classified ISSUED MAY I, 1947
as "Restricted". The information contained
in restricted documents will not be communi-
cated to the public or to the press, but may
-United States- be given to any person known to be in the
-B r i t i s h-

service of the United States and to persons


of undoubted loyalty and discretion who are
cooperating In government work.
WAR PRODUCTION BOARD PROGRAM AND STA*TISTICS BUREAU

MI L1TARTY DIVIS _ION

STAFF FOR THIS REPORT

Robert E. Johnson, Director


Matthew J. Rose, Assistant Director

AIRCRAFT BRANCH

Paul E. Sweeney, Chief


with special contributions from.
William F. Butler'and Marshall R. Colberg, former Chiefs

AIRPLANE DATA AIRCRAFT ENGWIE AND PROPELLER DATA TEXT SUPPLEMENT


Aileen E. Flood Edward F. Gelfer Lowene B. Williams

NAVY-MARITIME BRANCH

Richard U. Sherman, Chief

SHIPS BUREAU OF ORDNANCE SECTION


Philip Desind Vesta Kennedy
NAVY - MARITIME SECTIONS OTHER NAVY BUREAUS SECTION
Harriet J. Posner Lou Vein J. Lauterman

ARMY BRANCH

Kenneth H. Hunter, Chief

ORDNANCE AND CHEMICAL SIGNAL CORPS SECTION


WARFARE SERVICE SECTION J. Rnald Meiklejohn
Sydney Feldman En iI!EER AMD TRANSPORTATION
GUNS AND FIRE CONTROL
CORPS SECTION
Murray L. Eisenberg
AMMUNITION AND BOMBS Sidney R. Donner
Reuben Bogdanoff QI'ARTERMASTER AND MEDICAL
COMBAT AND MOTOR VEHICLES CORPS SECTION
Leon N. Karadbll Willard 0. Ash

PREPARED UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF


Albert H. Huntington, Chief, Office of Quantity ,Reports
ASSOCI ATES
John C., Channel, Aileen E. Flood, Harriet J. Posner,
Marjorie Renner, Margaret 0. Strahorn, Kathryn Werking

LAYOUT AND PRODUCTION CHART SUPPLEMENT


J. tan ley Werk i g J mertha Curn
Bertha Colburn
Rosalyn Brown
FOREWORD

This is a Special Release of Official Munitions Production of the United States


containing data on actual production by months from July 1, 1940, the beginning of the War
Program, through August 31, 1945, the last month of actual fighting against Japan. There
were 41 regular monthly issues of this report prepared under a directive from the Chairman of
the War Production Board, dated March 113, 1942, calling for the regular compilation of a body
of official data on munitions production. OMPUS No. 1 was dated April 1, 1942; OMPUS No. 41,
which contained the last official schedules issued prior to the surrender of Japan, was dated
August 1, 1945.

The standards under which all issues of OMPUS (including this Special Release) were
prepared, were determined by the Advisory Committee on Official Production Statistics, a com-
mittee established pursuant to the Chairman of the War Production Board's directive, and se-
lected to represent all of the various interested war agencies.

Original Purpose and Development of OMPUS

A quotation from the Foreword of Issue No. 1, of OMPUS, dated April 1, 1942, indi-
cates the document's original intent and significance during the war as a single over-all
document, containing the munitions figures of all of the procurement services-"It has become
increasingly important to have one set of munitions production figures which represent accu-
rate records of performance and which present the most realistic available forecasts of pro-
duction-one set of figures which are recognized as having official status."

The early issues of OMPUS were set up primarily by Raymond G. Fisher, the first
editor, subject to approval by Stacy May, then Director of the Bureau of Planning and Statis-
tics, and Morris Copeland, then Chief of the Munitions Branch. Early development of the re-
port was due in large part also to the work of J. A. Zettler, Ben T. Moore, and Robert
Mitchell.

Data in This Special Release

The report presents data furnished by the war procurement agencies and is, there-
fore, the result of'a cooperative effort in which all of these agencies have participated.
The data have been validated by the war procurement agencies concerned and are the official
statements of actual United States munitions production for the items included, and for the
period covered. The data are believed to be final in practically all cases, but occasional
items may be subject to some later revision by the procurement agency concerned.

Classification of Data

The munitions production data series, which comprise the major portion of this
Special Release, are arranged under a classification of seven major categories in the follow-
ing order: aircraft, ships, guns and small arms (including fire control, n.e.c.), ammunition
and bombs, combat and motor vehicles, communications and electronic equipment, and other
equipment and supplies. This classification is based on the Standard Commodity Classifica-
tion, so that similar items are shown together or near each other, yet some variations have
been made from it to permit traditional groupings of items by end use and by procuring serv-
ice. The table of contents indicates the method of organization of the entire report.

Preparation of This Special Release

Data for this special issue were prepared in the Military Division of the Program
and Statistics Bureau, War Production Board, from all available published sources put out by
the Services, and then were sent to the Services for checking and incorporation of revisions
which had never appeared in any of the regular monthly procurement reports. The production
series for hundreds of items were amended back to 1940 by reason of such revisions and cor-
rections; the data on actual production reported in this Special Release should be accepted
in preference to any other data on actual production shown in earlier regular monthly issues
of OMPUS .

Listed below, in order of presentation in the volume, are some additional features
of this issue which were prepared especially for it and were not contained in the last regular
monthly issues of OMPUS.

l, Airframe weight of complete units plus spare 'parts, by type of plane, is shown for
the first time in the Aircraft Section.

2. Practice and drill ammunition for artillery and mortars, with a tonnage total for
the category, is also shown for the first time, in the Ordnance and Automotive
Vehicles Section.
3. Canadian production of Army Ordnance and Vehicles items under United States War
Department contracts has been restored to this Special Release, and is shown in the,
Ordnance and Automotive Vehicles Section. (These data had been included in early
issues of the regular OMPUS series, but were eliminated when most of the programs
were completed.')

41 Production in the.United States for purchase by foreign governments and purchasing


missions is shown in the Ordnance and Automotive Vehicle Section. This production,
although not for our own Army, is important in any consideration of United States'
munitions production during the early part of the war program, since foreign orders
made it possible for many manufacturers to get under way on munitions production
when United States orders were still in small volume. It is believed that this in-
formation is 'ot available elsewhere within the United States Government, since it
was gathered from each separate supply mission by WPB personnel.

5~ Coverage of many regular sections has been improved for this special issue; this is
especially true for items classified under the section on Other Equipment and
Supplies.

6 Three special supplements have been added.

a. Text Supplement

The text supplements, prepared originally by the staffs of the


various branches and sections of the Military Division, attempt to point
up the important features of production in each particular munitions area,
as well as to indicate some of the major difficulties affecting production
during the war period.

b. Chart Supplement

The eleven charts, all of the same general pattern, illustrate


graphically the tremendous amounts of various types of munitions produced
during the war program; they show also some of the major trends within
groups which are mentioned in the texts or shown in detail in the data
sections,

c. The Canadian Supplement

The Canadian Supplement to OMPUS, shown under separate covers


for all of the later regular monthly issues of OMPUS, is included in this
Special Release to complete the picture of munitions production on the
North American continent. Data contained in the U.S.-Canadian Supplement
were important to United States agencies procuring munitions, since
Canada depended on United States sources for many components which
used raw materials and had to come out of our own component production.
They were also of some importance in helping to indicate the size of
the shipping problem for end items of munitions equipment from North
America to the various theatres of.war,
TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION Page

I. AIRCRAFT
Airplanes
Summary ".o.".e".o.p."*em.,s . e e o....e..e. o."4.s i
" " e o " e " ms

Bomber..,..,o "esoe"eme"""~ee
r" e a""" e s e a

Reconnaissance (il. Photographic) ......... rof" e o" e s""

Transport......."..".................. e...
Trainer....'...." ................
" ...... ..............".. r" o"" o e"f e"

C oununication.........". ............ "". .. r" e e" e"""" o

Special Purpose Aircraf't..,e... .......


Other Aircraft
" iO C O " "

Airships, Barrage Balloons, and Special Devices, oe ro e o "

Aiplaes by Plant...,....e..................e. " 1


" 0 " " O rs""o

Airplanes, January-June 191410.. " e e " " "" e o o" o s s s" s s o a Ys " e " " rs " m e

Experimental Aircraft,........ os " s s os s " ® s r


s " " "

Aircraft Engines.,......... " " " " " o" " " A e s e " " " " " " s r
" " e e

Aircraft Propellers........ o a " e " 1" " " " "

Explanatory Notes ........ se e o e o"" " o e o o e o o 0"

Glossaryo., ,, ,, ,.......... . e " " o 0 " e" 9 0 " 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 " YO O A " " rsoee

-II. SHIPS
0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 a 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , 0 81
Combatant,......"e .... "o"o seoeo"" r
e s" e e" e m" a e o"" o o s 96
Landing Vessels . . . .............. ,o .aO" O . .
g.Oe.o. o /o o" s o""" e s" o s e o 0 0 99
105
Mine Craft ..................... oe...,...... 1
" " " s " " " " s " O o " " o " e 107
Transports...a...e.. . . .. .............. !" e O " " " 0 1"" " O " " " 9 O " 109
Cargo and Supply Vessels (Oce~ngoing)
"
/-" e o o s a" e o e o o"" e o 111
e o o" o.e n o a a o 0 o e e 0 0 117
Auxiliaries and Other Vessels
Tender and Repair Vessels........ e"" e"" e o" 0 0 i s ®" 0 0 0 122
District Craft. .............
"s eoe eoe o e a""" o s s"" r" " o " " o 1214
Other... oo" ea"oeee "oo eaoae sao" o oea4 rs " f " o 0 126
Maritime Commission Nonmilitary Vessels Del)livered to
the Armed Forces, ...,,,,,,...... o" 00*6000090*0 " 0 " 0 O 0 131
Army aid Barges... .......
lugs 064699000440 132
Explanatory Notes,."a"eoeoo"ci106609664606 " " " " e o 133
00 0 00 " o 136

III.* ORDNANCE AND AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES


Guns and Small Arms incl. Fire. Control N.E.C.)
Artillery, Mortars, and Naval. Guns
137
SpareTubes,
Cannon,
and Recoil Mechanisms
.. for Field,
Tank, and Self-propelled Artillery..............,... 140
Tank Guns and Howitzers..®............ ...................... 0o0"090"00"* 1414
Self-propelled Guns and Howitzers,,... ..................... ,s,........... 145
Aircraft and Army Antiaircraft Guns"..o........... 147
Army Rocket Launchers ............ .o*"0......os" 148
Mortars................................. .,......eo.f., 149
Naval Surface Fire".................,,*.,,,,........., 150.
Naval Antiaircraft and Dual-purpose.".."... 0 .........." 151
Naval Rocket Launchers ....... ,"........,,, ... ,.. e~ 152
Small. Arms......o...............................ees~~".."... 153
Miscellaneous Army Weapons and Ordnance Materiel,.,., 157
Miscellaneous Navy Weapons and Ordnance Materiel..,. 160
Fire Control (excl. Radar)....................... 162
Ammunition and Bombs
Ammunition for Artillery, Mortars, and Naval Guns
Summay..................e....................".. 166
Artillery and Tank Gun.............e.....e......... . 168
Aircraft. ......... ...................................... 180
Army Antiaircraft........ ............ "................. 182
Mortar Shells ..... .............. ...................... 183
Army Rcckets ............. .. .. . .. . ............... . .e 185
SECTION Pg
Page

III. ORDNANCE AND AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES (Cont.)


Ammunition and Bombs (Cont.)
Ammunition for ArtillerY,. Mortars, and. Naval Duns (Cont.)
Army Practice and Drill (All Types) ............. 186
Naval Surface rFire. ...... . . . , .... o 189
Naval Antiaircraft and Dual-purpose...-.
" . . f". se
.. s" * s"
196
*Navy Rockets ........ ..... 199
Small ArmsAmmunition......"............0 200
Other Ammunition
Land Mines . . ..... Oef.
...... "ee efO 203
Grenades. ,. . , . . ,.......r".. .. . . "0. . .
""" . .
"e.a"s 2014
Pyrotechnics ....... .. .... e........". 206
. . . . .. . . . .. . . . ... . . . .. . . . " 0
Explosives . .* .. ,.....a a *...a 208
.........................
Propellants,: Smokeless Powder........... " " 0 e
210
Tor edoes. " os"e.ee.."........s"... "". ee" 212
Naval Mines ...... . .. ""o "0 o" *. .. .""""
". 0" . . ..
0" 213
Depth Charges. ....... 215
Aircraft BOjbs..........,...............o 216
Combat and Motor Vehicles
'Combat Vehicles ... . . ...... " ,,., 225
Motor Carriages for Self-propelled Guns .6.. e"..,"".e 231
Automotive Vehicles (Other than Armored)
Truck Su mmary". o. o e........o............."...m..e" o"""m" e. 233
Heavy-heavy Trucks.,.,,.,,,,,..,..,,.,,,.,.,.""......" 235
Light-heavy Trucks.. ,.,.,,.,, " "me " o " e " 2145
Medium Trucks.......ommoaoeoeo-"eec"" "oe®s " " a a m 2148
Light Trucks,.ao..oeoo.... eo. "..... e" aso"" o" o " " os a o s e 250
Trailers, Semitrailers, and Motorcycles. o ®o ® a a " m " e " o e o " e 252
Remanufactured Automotive Vehicles.... " " o r " " o " o " e" " " s o 253
. 00 o s e " " o s " s 2514
gTractors,,.....,....a...®.a...
tU.S. Programnin Canadao....."......so "" a" e " " a" e " o " " " e " " 256
Foreign Purchases . ... ,,.,...,...... " s e o e " " e " e so e " " " 259
Explanatory Notes.......60................ ®o a " o e e " " e oe u o" o 268
9 " 0 ® " 0 0 0 4 0 o" " o " o 270

IV COMUICATIOTNS AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT


Radio Equipment
Airborne
e" 0 0 " e 0"0 0 " e 0 0 0 0 " 0 e 0 0 271
s" " " " e " " " " 277
Ship and. Ship-and-Shore............""..... ss
s" e s " o s " s " 279
Ground.end3. Vehicular......"........e.."e s" " s " e " " " s 282
Radar Equipment
Airborne
"" o "e oe " e e " o " " 291
o" e e w" o e o a s ss a 295
Ship, an~d.Ship.'and-Shore. " o e""" o e e"" e o" 297
Ground"..............".".......... o" se e " e e " " "e " " 301
Underwater Sound Equipment.................... oa " " s " " " s " o a " " 305
Wire Communication and. Miscellaneous E~quipment. 307
00
" o a"" s e s e e" o"

U.S. propa'ams in Canada.......... ..


....... "s " " s s s " e " " " o® 312
Explanatory Notes.....................e~o..... 313
Glossary................................... 3114

V. OTHER EQUIPMENT AND SUTPPLIES


Petroleum Products: Aviation Gasoline....,. " e. e e e " a" """ 315
Machinery.:....®...
0 . . . . . . . ..
. . """ e"" 1 0 B e" 0 0" 316
Railroad. Equipment...........e"...f.. e" o,,ms " " " s s " o " " 321
Clothing ....... .. ................... m.... 32
Medical Supplies and Subsistence Rations.* " e " a "-" " " e e " e "e 330
Miscellaneous Equipment and. Supplies.......... 331
Explanatory Notes............................. 338
VI. TEXT SUPPLEMENT
Aircraft ............................. 339
Naval Ships .............. o...........................
Maritime Commission Vessels ................................ .347
Army Guns and Fire Control .................. ,.............". 350
Army Ammunition and Bombs....... ......................... 352
SECTION Page

VI. TEXT SUPPLEMINT (Cont.)


Naval Gun~s andAmmunition . . .. a.,..... ...... .... ....... 354.
Combat Vehicles and. Motor Carriages for Self-propelled Guns. 355
Trucks , , a~. o e .. ,,.a * ",e ... ,* ,, a aa ... . o.... . . . *, 358
Communications and. Electronic Equipment.........,..........0 359

VII. CHAPRT SUPPLEMENT


1. Value of the U.S. Munitions Production Program0 0 ...... * 363
2. Number of U.S. Military Airplanes Produced.......,. .. 3611
3, Airframe Weight of U. S. Military Airplanes. Produced.. ,. 365
4, Tonnage of U.S. Naval Ship Delivered,...,.......... 366
5, Tonnage of U.S. Maritime Commission Ships Delivered.,.. 367
6. Value of the U.S. Army Gun Production Program.,,,,,. 368
7. Tonnage of U.S. Army Gun and Mortar Ammunition Produced 369
8. Tonnage of U.S.'Naval Gun Ammunition Produced.......... 370
9. Tonnage of U.S. Aircraft Bombs Produced.............. 371
10, Number of 'U.S. Army Tanks Produced,.....,, ... a.",... '372
11. Value of the U.S. -Communications and Electronic
Equipment Production Program...................... 373
VIII. COMBINED U.oS . CANADIAN SUPPLEMENT

Ship
.. ®.
, ®" .... ...
"... ."e. .. " .. ,,,... ... , .. 382
atrielition and B m
. s,*.,
.. . 01 , .".
. . a . . . . . .a. .,,. . ®. ,. ",®,9,,,.. . 3968
Combat and Automotive Vehicles......,:.".,.."....... .... 407
Radio and Radar Equipment . . . . . . .,. .. ,.. .. .. :. . . . .®*. ... 4114
Explanatory Notes ,......,.. . . ........
.... ,.....* 416
AlIRCRAFT
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AlRPLAN ESa
(SUMMARY BY SERVICE COGNIZANCE)

AND)SPECIAL PURPOSEAIRCRAFT
ALL MILITARYAIRPLANIES

Total Army Cognizance o Navy Co mtzance o

Complete Units Arraeb CompleteUisb Un opete Airtameb


PEIe ifhtmefbAirframne bACipltranit
Airfra t of- Weight of Weight 'of'
Aifae Comlt Airframe Complete Airframe Complete
Number Weight Unitsplus Number' Weight Units plus Number Weight Units plus
(CCC lb.) 'Spare Parts (000 lb.) Spare Parts (000 lb.) Spare Parts
(000 lb.) (000olb.) (00C lb.)
1940 -. July 574 2,285 *2,285d 533, 2,165 2,165 41 120 120 d
August 541 1l,959 1,959 d 488 1,796 1,796 53 163 163d
September 547. 1,6143 1,643 d 448 1,331 -1,331 99 312 312 d
October 625 2,096 505 122
November 682 2,422 2, 422 6 1414
December 858 5,197 5,197 a 618 2,497 2,497 220 700 700 d

1941 - January 1,013 3,454 5,608 671 2,422 2,550 542 1,032 1,078
February 980 4079 4,275 757 5,2145 5,407 225 836 868
March 1,135 4,1455 4,895 843 3,1495 3,8314 290 960 1,059
April 1,3814 6,527 1,060' 4,716 5,141 524 1,225 1,586
May 1,559 5,6214 6,226 1,059 4,424 4,888 500 1,200 1,538
June 1,479 6,085 6,959 1,158 4,821 ,5,517 541 1, 2614 1, 4142

July 11459 5,874 6,515 1,169 4,719. 5,047 290 1,155 1,266
August 1,850 7,654 8,745 1,558 6,588 7,527 312 1,26 1,1418
September 1,926 8,145 9,122 1, 652 7,044 7,793 2;~4 1,101 1,3259
October 2,282 9,242 19,682 1,957 7,982 9,2149 525 1,260 1,455
November 2,127 8,5149 9,615 1,879 7,757 8,679 2,48 792 956
December 2,461 12,262 15,517 2,152 10,977 11,999 309 1,285 1,518

1942 - January 2,978 13,388 15,009 2,607 11,721 13,0114 371 1,667 1,995
February 5,092 15,291 16,688 2,779 15,725 14,901, 313 1, 568 1,787-
March 5,495 17,7814 20,550 3,149 16,095 18,3555 3414 1,691 1,975
April 3,500 17,759 15,619 17,705 502 2,120 2,578,
May 5,985 20,861 25,197 18,660 20,684 551 2,201 2,513
June 5,756 21,556 24,721 5,248 19,127 21,926 488 2,429 2,795

July 4,107 25,993 27,569 3,5149 21,251 24,258 558 2,742 3,131
August 4,2714 25,2214 28, 980' 5,668 22,150 25,1406 606 5, 0914 3,5714
September 4,501 27,769 51,935 3,701 2,908 27,5114 600 3,861 4,421
October 4,0614 50,805 3,1413. 21,798 25,926 651 4,1355 4,877'
25,93
November 4,815 30,639 54,921 4,008 25,678 29,526 807 4,981 5,595
December 5,495 35,772 40, 7514 4,694 30,247 34,172 799 5,525 6,582

1943 -January 5,015 51,838 57,1417 4,515 28,521 52,988 500 3,517 4,429-
February 5,450 37,1448 45,845 4,6141 531,591 56,717 809 5,857 7,126
March 6,258 43,171 50,496 5,275 36,489 42,588 985 6,682 7,908
April 6,1471 47,565 55,101 5,398 39,916 46,259 1,073 7,6147 8,862
May 7,086 52,159 60,526 5,632 42,202 48,789 1,454 9,957 11,757
June 7,094 55,397 61,502 5,621 43,6714 50,331 1,473 9,723 10,971

July 7,371 55,736 65,258 46,165 55,851 1,1436 9,571 1,427


August 7,611 59,1418 69,027 956,00248,799 56,518 1,609 10,619 12,509
September 7,596 61,2145 70,775 5,829 50,051 .57,6144 1,767 11,194 15,129
October 8,360 66,6414 76,295' 6,525 55,2114 62, 945 1,835 1,1450 15,548
November 8,787 71,299 82,49 6,672 58, 349 67,515 2,115 ].2,950 15,1214
December 8,801 74,698 86,312 6,756 61,755 70,709 2,065 12,965 15,603

1944 - January 8,788 78,738 91,995 6,5914 64,947 75,261 2,1914 15,791 16,754
February 8,759 81,555 94,385 6,596. 67,778 77,256 2,163 15,577 17,127
March 9,113 89,0203 102,979 6,805 74,757 85,1814 2,5~08 14,263 17,795
April 8,529 82,508 95,840 6,048 68,479 79,648 2,281 13,829 16,192
May 8,902 89,652 102,446 6,559 74,885 85,145: 2,63 14,7147 Y1,05
June 8,044 84,122 95,8144 5,958 71,558 80,905 2,086 12,764 14,959

July 7,998 80,255 91,742. 5,9143 67,1405 76,726 2,055 12,830 15,016
August 7,952 79,40 90,090 5,885 66,196 74,859 2,049 15, 2314 15,251
September 7,589 79,162 5,522 65,599 75,426 2,067 15,563 15,470
October 7,1425 75,2141 85,090 5,346 60,877 68,627 2,079 14,35614 16,463
'November 6,746, 71,591 +81,1714 4,859 58,108 65,581 1,907 13,485 15,595
December 6,69 71,607 80,63s7 .4,7142 57,552 64,788 1,951 14,075 15,8149

1945 - January 6,531 72,337 84,364 4,631 56,023 68,381 1,900, 14 314m 15,983
February 6,294 71,3146 78,998 4,393 57,382 62,948 1,901 13:,964 16,050
March 7,035 79,156 -86,967 4,689 62,217 68,297 2,3146 16,939 18,670
April 6,410 73,661 83,059 4,346 58,742 66,246 2,064 14,919 16,815
May 6,350 71,611 78,960 4,231 56,5s40 61,943 2,119 15,071 17,017
June 5,785 65,.187 71,402 3,815 51,677 56,439 1,970 13,510 14,963
July 4,729 52,9914 58,349 2,844 39,$714 4,761 1,885 13,120 14,5s88.
August 2,887 34,871 38,2214 1,405 24,657 26,830 1,1462 10,2114 11,394

SUMMAY
1940 (6Months) 3,807 13,602 13,602 d 3,128 11,516 11,516d 679 2,086 2,086 d
1941 19,433 81,3614 90,482 15,855 67,988 75,411 3,578 13,376 15,071
1942 47,836 275,949 314,788 41,246 239,955 273,165 6,590 35,994 41,623
1943 85,898 654,616 758,787 68,777 542,504 626,614 17,121 112,112 132,173
19144 96,318 962,441 1,101,116 70,815 797,921 907,584 25,503 164,520 195,752
1945 (8 Months) 46,001 521,163 580,323 30,354 409,112 454,845 15,647 112,051 125,478
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 299,293 2,509,135 2,859,098 230,175 12,068,996 2,348,935 69,218 440,139 510,163

Source of Data - Analysis and Plas Branch, Deputy for Plans and Administration, Assistant Chiefof Air Staff-4, Army Air Forces.
Stage of Copletion - Acceptance at plants; accepted planes may lack some components normally installed at plants.
a Acceptances in mdel and plant sections exclude experimental-models. This program is shown in detail in Table II, page 56.
b Excluding airframe weight of sApareparts for U.S. -financed Canadian production; these data are not, available.
c Army and Navy cognizance indicatesthe agency which has primary responsibility for procurement and inspection. In case of direct foreign
purchases, assignment is based on type of plane.
d Excluding equivalent airframe weightof spareparts; thesedata are not available.

31,1945 SEPTEM8ER,~I, 1945


PRODUCTION, JULY1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
PRODUCTION, JULY,1,1940-AUGUST SEPTEMBER,{, 1945
a OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE RSRCE
RESTRICTED

AI RPLANES
(SUMMARY BY LOCATION OF PROGRAM)

ALLMILITARYARPLAES

Total United States a Canada (U.S. Program)

PEIDComplete Unite Airframe b Complete Unite Airframe Complete Unite


PEIDWeight of Weight of
Aifam nte plua Airframe UCoteplte Airframe
(000erlb.)ht Spare Parte (000
Wigt lb.) Spare Pate (000r lb.)h
(000 lb(00b.).) 00I, (000 lb.

1940 - July 5714 2, 285 2,285 5714 2,285 2,8


Augut 541 1,959 1,959 541 1,959 1,959 a
September 547 1,6143 1,6143c ;147 1, 643 1,6145 c
October 625 2,096. 2,096 c 625 2,096 2,096 c
November 682 2,1422 2,1422c 682. 2,422 2,1422ca
December 858 3,197 838 3,197 c
3,1970 3,197
1941'-
January 1,013 3,454 3,608 1, 013 3,454 3,608
February 980 4,079 4,275 980 4,079 4,275
March 1,13 ..4,455 4,893 1,133 4,455 4,893
April 1,3814 5,941 6,527 1,35814 5,9141 6,527
May 1,339 5,6214 6,226 1,339 5,6214 6,226
June 1,479 b, 085 6,959 1,1479 6,085 6,959

July 1,1459 5,8714 6,313 1,459 5,8714 6,315


Augut 1,850 7,6514 8,7145 1,850 7, 6514 8,7145
September 1,926 8,1145 9,122 1, 926 8,1145 9,122
October 2,282 .9,2142. 10,682 2,281 9,239 10,679
November, 2,127 8,5149 9,615 2,1214 8,539 9,605 10
December 2,1!61 12,262 13,517 2,454 12,2148 13,505 7 14

1942 - January 2,970 13,3814 15,005 2,860 13, 219 14,8140 110 165
February 5,078 15,283 16,680 3,0214 15,202 16,599 514 81
March 3,1468 17,770- 20,316 3,1467 17,767 20,313 1 3
April *3,4914 17,736 20,078 3, 463 17,690 20,032 31 46
May 3,913 20,822 23,158 3,892 20,765 23,101 21 57
June 3,701 21,537 24,702 3, 653 21,407 24,572 48 130
July 4,093 2,985 27,561 4,046 23,858 27,2514 47 127
Auguet 4,2714 25,224 28,980 4,202 25,030 28,786 72 1914
September 4,501 27,769 31,935 4,220. 27,550 31,716 81 219
.October 4,0614 25,9535 30,803 3,996 25, 749 30, 619 68 1814
November 4,815 30,639 34,921 4,752 30,1469 34,751 63 170
December 5,482 35,7148 40,730 5,1455 35,630 40,612 47 118

1943 - January 5,012 31,836 37,1415 4,9014 31,562 37,141 108 2714
February 5,450 37,1448 43,8143 5,3614 37, 2314. 43,629 86 2114
March 6,200 43,1.20 50,14143. 6,082 42,8141 50, 1614 118 279
April 6;1403 47,501 55,036 6, 248 47,1147 54,682 155 3514
May 7,0114 52,077 60,440 6,837 51,676 60, 039 177 401
June 7,058 53,368 61,271 6,8144 52,893 60,796 2114 475
July 7,3214 55,708 65,228 7,115 55,170 64,690 209 538
August 7,569 59,393 69,001 7,357 58,862 68,470 212 531
September 61,227 70, 7514 7,291 6,443 69,970 282 7814
October 7,573
8,268 66,583 76,229 8,003 65,859 75,505 265 7214
November 8,7514 71,271 82,410, 8,459 70,5214 81,663 295 747
December 8,780 74,656, 86,268 8,475 73,673 85,285 305 -983

1944 - January 8,765 78,680 91,9314 8,605 78,011 91,265 160 669
February 8, 7314 81,298 94,323 8,649 80, 7214 93,749 85 5714
March 9,0614 88,908 102,862 8,956 88, 1314 102,088 108 7714
April 8,2814 82,216 95,743 8,]85 81,1465 94,992 101 751
May 8,851 89,5814 102,396 8,702 88,475 101,287 149 1,109
June 7,907 83,973 95,687 7,7814 83,083 94,797 123 890

July *7,857' 80,091 91,591 7,757- 79,055 90,555 100 1,036


August 7,,787 79,239 89,890 7,623 77,959 88,610 1614 1,280
September 7,460 79, p14 88,7141 7,278 77,5140 87,267 182 1,14714
October 7,315 75,1142 84,986, 7,157 73,8144 83,688 158 1,298
November 6,631 71,472 81, 049 6,1481 70,3143' 79,920 150 1,129
December 6,582 71,5014 80,529 6,1413 70,250 79,275 169 1,2514

1945 - January 6,1419 72,236 84,2514 6,295 914 947


February 6,2114 71,2714 78,917 6,115 99 731
March 6,950 79,079 86,887 6,879 71' 498
April 73,593 82,991 6,266 614 426
May 6,270 71,5143 78,891 6,212 383
June 5,705 65,119' 71,332 5,668. 37 263
July 4,633 52,908 58,261 4,591 42 311
August 2,817 34,826 38,178 2,787 213
SUNdA2Y
1940 (6Monthe) 3,807 13,602 13,602c 3,807 13,602 13,602 e 0 0
1941 19,433 81,3614 90,482 19,422 81,337 90,455, 11 27
1942 47,653 275,850 314,669 47,010 274,336. 313,175 643 1,14914
1943 85,405 654,188 758,338 82,979 647,8814 752,0314 2,426 6,30
19144 95,237 961,121 1,099,731 93,588 948,883 1,08',493 1,649 12,238
1945 (8 Monthes 45,338 520,578 579,711 44,813 516,806 575,939 525 3,772

CUMULATIVE TOTJAL 296,873 2,506,683 2,856,533 291,619 2,482,8148 2,832,698 5,2514 23,835-

a Including all comaroial transports 12-place or more.


b Exludind airfranme ight of spare parts for U.S. -fipancad. Canadian production; these data are not available.
CExcluding equivalent airframe weight of are pate; theae data are not availabla.

PRODUCTION, JULY I,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 6 SEPTEMBER I, 1945


OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE RESTRICTED 3
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE RESTRICTED 3

Al RrLANES
(SUMMARY
BY CATEGORY)

a b
COMtBAT TRANISPORT TANER

Complete Unite fae Complete Unite Arri Complete Unite ffrm


Weight of Weight of Weight of
PERIOD Complete Complete Complete
Airframe Unite plus Airframe Unite Plus Airframe Unite plum
Number -Weight Spare Parts Number Weight Spare Parts Dumber Weight Spare Parts
(000 lb.) (000 lb.) (000 lb.) (000 lb.) (000 lb.) (000 lb.)

1940 - July 296 1,468c 25 258 258 c 253 559 559


August 263 1,305c 26 186 186 c 252 468 468
September 232 1,347, 964c 26 195 195 ci 288 482 482
October 281 1,347c 33 206 206 c 311 543 5,43
November 342 1,590 1,590c 40 291 291 c 300 541
December 434 2,332 2,332c 14 69 69 c 390 796 796
1941 -January 454 2,252 2,378 28 251 251 531 951 977
February 474 2,732 2,883 41 400 400 463 943 988
March 526 3,079 3,433 22 245 245 576 1,115 1,199
April 649 4,313 4,806. 25 248 248 695 1,54 1,447
May 590 3,835 4,318 31 315 319 710 1,460 1,570
June 656 4,296 4,952 278 281 778 1,481 1,696
July 584 4,040 4,361 31 294 294 822 1,501, 1,619
August 6,504 60 349 349 880 1,667 1,839
September 965 6,0o85 6,905 50 315 315 865 1,683 1,840
October 1,091 6,673 7,800 62 351 351 1,119. 2,200 2,510
November 1,014 6,350 7,161 53 248 252 975 1,900 2,148
December 1,375 9,905 10,906 101 468 475 959 1,842 2,084
1942 - January 1,440 9,982 11,172 104 543 566 1,333 2,692 3,097
February 1,487 11,739 12,736 117 817 890 1,156 2,493 2,817
March 1,671 13,952 15,865 109 883 948 1,355 2,754 3,307
April 1,571 13,104 14,802 152 1,509 1,609 1,413 2,931 3,442
may 1,888 16,234 18,076 114 1;160 1,261 1,617 3,265 3,622
June 2,067 17,552 19,874 130 1,162 1,375 1,234 2,678. 3,268
July 2,188 18,555 21,410 247 2,257 2,451 1,345 3,004 3,303
August 2,202 19,434 22;643 165 1,848 1,983 1,617 3,794 4,175
September 2,340 21,930 25,359 201. 1,921 2,066 1,578 3,829 4,403
October 2,299 21,023 24,869 163 1,616 1,871 1,382 3,177 3,905
November 2,725 24,799 27,948 242 1,986 2,198 1,606 3,728 4,614
December 2,986 28,115 31,801 240 2,546 2,751 1,995 4,948 6,000
1943 - January 2,571 24,183 28,354 368 3,088 3,316 1,769 4,386 5,538
February 3,013 29,688 34,719 321 2,877 3,211 1,851 4,736 5,699
March 3,467 34,297 40,098 4,037 4,506 1,824 4,559 5,535,
April 3,756 38,3~40 44,594 589 4,416 1,861 4,594 5,486
May 4,213 43,371 50,412 566 4,393 4,802 1,816 4, 034 4,885
June 4,363 44,463 50,989 574 4,790 1,765 3,880 .4,547
July 4,558 46,411 54,511 639 5,172 6,001 1,726 3,856 4,383
August 5,010 50,917 58,979 631 4,929 5,718 1,562 3,294 3,965
September 5,059 51,748 59,853 5,383 6,057 1,541 3,860 4,521
October 5,628 57,532 65,205 644 4,671 5,532 1,518 4,048 5,025
November 6,216 62,205 71,286 678 5,772 6,925 1,394 2,966 3,691
December 6,223 65,519 75,339 784 5,968 7,018 1,312 3,518
1944 -January 6,433 69,169 80,203 798 6,688 8,169 1,112 2,528 3,154
February 6,495, 70,998 82,242 884 7,771 8,798 974 2,259 2,920
March 6,960 77,251 88,769 925 9,322 10,925 900 2,127 2,850
April 6,419 70,479 82,193 838 9,666 10,828 775- 1,893 2,493
May 6, 834 76,612 87,474- 992. 10,840 12,171 740 1,933 2,482
June 6,321 72,476 82,629 909 10,293 11,335 363 989 1,452
July 6,043 67,443. 77,304 866 10,712 11,995 631 1,715 2,014
August 6,150 67,698 76,494 814 9,904 11,236 505 1,416 1,900
September 5,939 67,777 75,745 730 9,715 11,207 473 1,299 1,523
October 5,8 64,003 72,259 727 9,725 11,039 430 1,191 1,422
November 5,310 60,519 68,415 702 9,793 11,218 382 974 1,162
December. 5,385 61,369 68,343 649 9,189 10,788 292 736 1,116
1945 - January 5,310 61, 612 71,671 644 9,812 11,382 252 618 948
February 5,139 60,989 66,665 599 9,539 11, 146' 207 521 802
March 5,861 68,410 74,475 613 9,939 11,506 176 475 584
April 5,289 63,103 71,088 589 9,790 10,912
,7 168 454 685
May 5,183 60,723 66,613 617 10,080 184 497 587
June 4,692 55,347 59,848 551 9,111 10,675 150 405 493
July 3,683 43,671 47,423 521 8,688 10,185 110 297 345
August 2,339 30,105 32,666 269 4,422 5,160 62 167 194
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 1,848 9,006 9,006 b 364 1,205 1,205 0 1,794 3,389 3,389c
1941 9,258 59,145 66,407 532 3,762 3,780. 9,373 18,097 19,917
1942 24,864 216,419 246,555 1,984 18,248 19,969 17,631 39,293 45,953
1943 54,077 548,674 634,339 7,012 55,496 63,313 19,939 47,061 56,793
1944 74,135 825,794 942,070 9,834 113,618 129,709 7,577 19,060 24,488
1945 (8 Moths) 37,496 443,960 490,449 4,403 71,381 82,344 1 309 3:434 4,638
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 201,678 2,102,998 2,388,826 23,929 263,710 300,320 57,623 130,334 155178

a Bomber,. fighter, and reconnaissance airplanes.


b Including all commercial transports 12-place or mre.
c Ecluding e4uivalent airframe, weight of spare parts; these data are not available.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945


SEPTEMBER I. 1945
4 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES
(SUMMARY BY CATEGORY)

CO~dUBIATIONaSPECIAL PURPOSEARCRAFTb

Coplete Units Cmplete-Units


Airframe Airfram,

PEIO Weight of Wiht of


Airfrme cmpleteAifrmeCoplete
Number Weiht Uite plus NberWih.Uispu
(000 lb.) Spsre Parts(o
00lb)(000 lb.)
l. (000 lb.)prPat

1940 -July
August
September 1 2 2c
October 0 0 0c
November 0 0 0c
December 0 0 0 0

1941 -January 0 0 2
February 2 4 4
March" 9 16 16
April 15 26 26
May 8 14 19
June 17 30 30

July 22 39 39
August 30 53 53
September 46 62 62 -
October 10 18 '21
November 85 51 54
December 26 47 52

1942-January '93 167 170 8 4 4


February 318 234 237 14 8 8
March .333 181 196 25 14 14
April 358 192 225 6- . 3 3
May 2934 163 199 70 39 39
June 270 145 185 35 19 19

July 313 169 197 14 8 8


August 290 148 179 0 0 0
September, 182 89 107 0 0 0
October 220 117. 158 0 0 0
November .242 126 161 0 0 0
December 261 139 178 11 234 234

1943 -January 3034 179 207 1 2 2


February 265 147 2134- 0 0 0
March .346 227- 3034 58. 51. 53
April 197 151 182 68 62 6
May 419 279 341 72 82 86
June 356 235 282 36 29 31

July 401 269 333 47 28 30


August 366 253. 339 42 25 26
September 318 236 323 23 18 19
October 478 332 467 92 61 64
November 466 328 508 33 28 29
December 461 321 393 21 42 44

1944 - January 422 295 408 23 58 61.


February 381 270 363 25 57 60
Mrch 279 208 318 49 112 117
April 252 178 229 45 92 97
ay285 199 269 51 48 50
June 3134. 215 .271 137 149 .. 157
July 317 221 278 141 144 151
August 318 221 260 145 191 20b
September. 318 223 266 129 148 155
October 332 223 266 110 99 1034
November 237 186 2534 115 119 125
December. 256 210 282 111 103 108.

1945 - January 213 1934 253 112 101 110


February- 269 225 3 0i4 80" 72 81
March 300 255 322 85 77 '80
'April . . 284 -246 306 80 68 . 68
May 286 243 313 80 68 69
June32 256 316 80 68 70
Juy319 252 308 96 86 88
August 147 132 158 50 45 46
SUMMARY
1940(6 Months)- 1 2 2oc 0 0 0
1941 270 360 . 378 0 -0 -0
1943 3,1734 1,870 2,192 183 119 119
193434 4,377 2,957 3,893 493 428 449
19454 8Mot 3,691 2,649 3,34634 1,081 1,320 1,385
14(8onh)2,130 . 1,803 2,280 663 585 612
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 13,6343 9,6341 12,209 2,3420 2,3452 2,565
aIncluding liaison and rotary wing aircraft,
b Including mn-carrying radio-controlled targets.-
0 Excluding
equivalent
airframe
of spare
weight
parts;
these
GST3,95SE
data
are not available.PRDCINJUY194-

EM
RI,95
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AAIRPLANES
BOMBER (SUMMARY)

TOAL BOMBER HEAVY PATROL

Complete Unite Complete Unite Complete Unite


Airframea Airframe Airframe
PERIOD !Weight of Weight of Weight of
Airframe a Complete Airframe Complete Airframe Complete
Number Weight Unite plus Number Weight Units plus Number Weight Unite plus
(000 lb.) Spare Parts, (000 lb.) Spare Parte (000 lb.) Spare Parts
(000 lb.) (000'lb.) (090lb.)

1940 - July 117 884 884b 2 40 40b


August 99 .768 768b 8 158 158b
September 48 388 388b, 7 139 139b 2 31 31b
October, 70 673b 15 297 297b
673 3 49 49b
November 119 892 892b 6 119 119b 8 116 1f6b
December 170 1,486 1,486b "6 123 123b 19 287 287T
1941- January 169 1,354 1,450 0 0 0 24 365 383
February 245 2,006 2,139 13 282, 282 25 338 338
March 279 2,278 2,543 10 2151 215 20 277 337
April 346 3,298 3,666 27 579 599 39 519 588
May 314 2,933 3,292 12 246 246 39 534 600
June 364 3,342 3,687 9 186 186 40 549 562
July 348 3,163 3,382 1 21 21 41 567 580
August 354 3,638 4,391 19 390 431 44 589 589
September 393 4,120 4,682 32 666 666 42 548 631
October 419 4,341 4,983 42 884 900 40 521
November 328 3,666 4,067 55 1,175 1,220 15 219 233
December 556 6,728 7,325 93 2,021 2,176 40 591 631
1942 - January 498 6,061 6,717 86 1,915 2,162 58 867 997
February 617 8,026 8,542 134 3,046 3,090 50 760 848
March 779 10,249 11,488 156 3,551 3,875 50 760 914
April 720 9,468 10,437 171 3,895 3,998 62, 889 466
May 1,021 12,530 13,929 178 4,067 4,376 62 853 923
June 1,007 12,921 14,490 196 4,696 4,941 6.5 840 924
July 1,050 13,437 15,311 210 5,033 5,365 71 983 1,047
August 1,146 14,999 17,320 231 5,541 6,273 61 995 1,119
September 1,310 17,244 19,372 255 6,122 6,917 98 1,691 1,800
October 1,321 16,494 19,262 281 6,744 7,831 99 1,636 1,792
November 1,472 19,063 21,180 298 7,158 7,900 93 1,709 1,817
December 1,686 22,000 24,624 380 9,148 10,046 121 2,203 2,612
1943 - January 1,442 18,632 21,436 339 8,163 9,391 71 1,210 1,446
February 1,788 23,747 27,072 461 11,084 12,300 177 2,580 2,981
March 1,886 26,574 30,629 529 12,702 15,070 202 2,816 3,158
April 2,040 30,206 34,774 627 15,037 17,902 186 3,040 3,425
May 2,558 35,385 40,514 705 16,874 19,611 223 3,707 4,373
June 2,510 35,296 39,844 736 17,575 19,772 209 3,309 3,628
July 2,452 35,604 41,741 827 19,930' 22,253 208 3,082 3,706
August 2,681 39,562 45,616 917 2],948 ,24,538 220 3,485 4,139
September 2,764 39,887 45,819 9:9 23,202 2,474 188: 2,827 3,422
October 2,877 42,919 48,316 1,061 25,548 28,318 218 3,286 4,034
November 3,169 45,962 52,049 1,101 26,631 29,445 207 2,958 3,568
December 3,188 49,168 56,258 1,223 29,921 33,262 231 '3,339 3,911
1944- January 3,218 51,926 59,639 1,340 33,140 36,255 232 3,343 3,976
February 3,266 53,646 60,982 1,397 34,562 37,870 201 3,054 3,621
March 3,429 58,213 65,403 1,568 38,739 42,228 183 2,827 3,468
April 3,102 52,344 59,726 1,416 34,810 38,061 134 2,138 2,745
May 3,372 57,944 64,326 1,576 39,541 42,602 144 2,339 2,747
June 3,123 54,758 60,924 1,537 38,462 41,695 81 1,461 1,853
July. 2,796 49,696, 56,573. 1,408 35,236 38,872 102 1,870 2,210
August 2,772 49,013 54,602 1,311 33,469 36,332 122 2,268 2,744
September 2,711. 49,310 53,961 1,328 34,495 36,748 130 2,488 2,792
October 2,512 45,143 50,124 1,149 30,251 33,531 158 3,179 3,508
November 2,361 43,626 48,539 1,038 28,617 31,609 166 3,287 3,881
December 2,341 43,610 47,514 977 28,035 30,257 187 3,689 4,113
1945 - January 2,397 44,687 49,770 974 28,374 30,948 218 4,047 4,535
February 2,261 44,263 47,487, 976 29,535 30;748 184 3,634 4,140
March 2,543 48,997 52,541 1,051 32,041 33,863 207 3,894 4,556
April 2,270 45,493 50,237 957 30,536 33,496 224 4,059 4,534
May 2,168 43,541 46,836 827 28,283 30,218 206 3,845 4,326
June 1,913 39,854 42,550 723 26,629 28,018 120 2,639 3,043
July 1,490 31,323 33,673 447 20,125 21,261 129 2,649 3,103
August 1,045 23,086 24,916 322 15,683 16,591 126 2,464 2,903
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 623 5,091 5,091 44 876 876 b 32 483 483 b
1941 4,115 40,867 45,607 313 6,665 6,942 409 5,617 6,037
1942 12,627 162,492 182,672 2,576 60,916 66,774 890 14,186 15,759
1943 29,355 422,942 484,068 9,485 228,615 257,336 2,340 35,639 41,791
1944. 35,087 609,249 682,010 16,045 409 57 446,060 1,840 31,943 37,658
1945 (8 Months5 16,087 321,244 348,010 6,277 206 225,143 414 27,231 3,14
ODkULATVETOTAL 97,810 1,561,865 1,747,761 .34,740, 917;635 1,003,131 6,925 115,099 132,868

a The airframe weight data shown in the detail on types of bombers are not adjusted for rounding; therefore they do not necessarily ad Mto the
monthly totals shown in this column.
b Excluding equivalent airframe weight of spare parts; these data, are not available.

PRODUCTION,
JULY I, 1940-AUCUST 194SETM R 94

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AIRPLANES
BOMBER (SUMMARY)

(LIGE1f
PEIDWeiht
Complete UnitsCo
MEDIUM

of
le. I Complete Unitseifrm

Weight of
AComapeAete.meComplete
Nubr ifaeUnits plus Nme ifaeUnite plus
N(mber Web.)t Sae Parts (00berWeb.)tSpare Parts
lb)
0C (00olb. (lb.)b.)(000 lb.)

1940 -July 12 155 155.a 103 692 692 a


August 8 103 -103 a 83 507 507 a
September 4 52 52 a 55 167 167 a
October0 0 0 Ca 52 327 327 a
November 0 0 0"a 105 657 657 a
December 0 0 0 a 145 1,077. 1,077 a

1941 - January 0. 0 0 145 990 1,069


February 9 107 107 I_ 198 1,281 1,1411
March 18 222 222 231 1,566 1,771
April 31 401 401 249 1,798 2,078
May 34 466 469 229 1,688 1,978
June 61 787 807 2514 1,822 2,131

July 40 538 558 266 2,039 2,226


August 57 769 1,192 2314 1,892 2,180
September 38 506 551 281 2,401 2,833
October 42 507 555" 295 2,430 2,9614
November 21 263, 305 237 2,007 2,310
December 108 1,375 1,405 315 2,7142 3,113

1942 - January 31 372 470 323 2,909 3,089


February 108 1,3142 1,4214 325 2,878 3,180
March 266 3,3148 3,506 307 "2,589 3,193
April 222 2,712 3,0014 265 1,972 2,470
May 261 3,452 3,919 520 4,158 4,715
June 316 . 4,182 4,695 40 3,203 3,931

July 330 4,297 4,800 439 3,124 4,100


August 349 4,742 5,165 505 3,721 4,7614
September 359 4,763 5,006 598 4,669 5,649
October 241 3,097 . 3,745 700 5,017 5,895
November 361 4,953 5,379 720 5,242 6,0814
December 426 5,543 6,037 759 .5,107 5,928

1943 - January 583 5,008. 5,542 649 4,251 5,057


February 369 5,077 5,792 781 5,007 5,999
March 41 6,0140 6,498 7214 5,018 . 5,903
April 478 6,665 7,135 749 5,467 6,312
May 501 7,002 7,409 1,129 7,803 9,121
June 535 7,459 8,246 1,030 6,953 8,198

July 451 6,179 7,7146 966 6,415 8,036


August 466; 6,617 7,8149 1,078 7,513 9,090
September 377 5,381 6,5214 1,2140 8,479 10,400
October 43 6,069 6,510 1,165 8,017 9,456
November . 490 6,9714 7,81414 1,371 9,402 11,193
December 497 7,048 7,921 1,237 8,862 11,163

- January
19144 429 6,242 7,920 1,217 9,202 11,488
February 494 7,089 8,4814 1,1714 8,9142 11,008
March 538 7,650 8,847 1,140 8,998 10,860
April 502 7,105 8,31414 1,050 8,291 10,575
May 516 7,057 8,118 1,136 9,008 10,859
June 516 7,0144 7,825 989 7,792 9,551

July 404 5,588 6,260 882 7,003 9,232


August 581 5,233 5,838 958 8,0143 9,689
.September 36b 4,890 5,628 893 7,438 8,792
October 357 4,771 5,316 848 6,9142 7,767
November 378 5,172 5,700 779 6,551 7,350
December 353,4,807 5,248 8214 7,078 7,895

1945 - January 382 5,185 6,620 823 7,082 7,667


February 278 3,798 4,258 823 7,296 8,3140
March 283 .3,83144,224 1,002 9,229' 9,898
April 181 2,382 2,561 908 8,517 9,6146
May 177 - 2,319 2,506 958 9,096 9,787
June 163 2,135 2,245 907 8,452 9,2143
July 122 1,598 1,681 792 6,953 7,628
August 50 655 . 689 547 4,286 4,733

SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 24 310 310 523 3,1427 3,427 a
1941 459. 5,9141 6,572 2,9314 22,656 26,0614
1942 3,270 ---- 42,803 47,150 5,89144,589. 52,998
1943 .5,411 75,519 85,016' 12,119 83,187 99,928
19144 5,228 72,6148 83,528 11,890 95,288 115,066
1945 (8 Months) 1,636 21,906 24,7814 6,760 60,911 .66,9142

CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 36,028 219,127 . 247,360 40,117 310,058 364,425

a Excluding equivalentairframeweight of spare parts; these data are not available.

PRODUCTION,JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945 so-eat


.Mamwmwmw
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE "RPROM

AIRPLANES
HEAVY BOMBER, 4-ENGINE

LONG RAGE MEDIUM


RANGE

B-29, Superfortreas Total a


Airframe B-24 and
Complete Units Airframe Complete Units Weight Of 22-24 B-17 B-32 and
PEDIOD Weight of Complete (LB-30, Flying T-32
Airframe Complete Airframe Units p_l PBY-l) Fortress Dominator
Number Weight Uits ,plus Number Weight Spare Parts Liberator
(000 lb.) Spare Parts (000 lb.) (000 lb.)
(000lb,)
1940 - July 2 40 40 b
August 8 158 158 b
September 7 139 139 b
October 15 297 297 b
November 6 119 119 b
December 6 123 123 b 6
1941 - January ,0 0 0 0 0
February 13 232 282 0 13
March 10 215 215 2 8
April 27 579 599 6 21
May 12 246 246 12 0
June 9 186 186 0
July 1 21 21 9 0
August 19 390 431 19 0
September 32 666 666 27 5
October 42 884 900 30 12
November 55 1,175 1,220 30 25
December 2,021 2,176 60
93 33
1942 - January 86 1,915 2,162 12 74
February 134 3,046 3,090 59 75
March 156 3,551 3,875 71 85
April 171 3,895 3,998 81 90
May 178 4,067 4,376 88 9o
Jun 196 4,696 4,941 97 99
July 210 5,033 5,365 103 107
August 231 5,541 6,273 110 121
September 255 6,122 6,917 118
October 137
281 6,744 7,831 131 150
November 298 7,158 7,900 135 163
December 380 9,148 10,046 221
159
1943 - January 339 8,163 140
9,391 199
February 461 11,084 12,300 202
March 259
529 12,702 15,070 243 286
April 627 15,037 17,902 300 327
May 705 16,874 19,66u 360 345
June 736 17,575 19,772 403 333
July 337 337 820 19,593 21,916. 441
August 379
192 204 913 21,756 24,334. 530 383
September 722 751 944 22;480 24,723
October 558 386
625 663 1,048 24,923 27,655 642 406
November 866 955 1,083 25,765 426
28,490 657
December 1,684 1,836 1,188 28,237 31,426 738 450
1944 -January 2,597 2,833 1,286 30,543 814
February 33,422 472
2,742 3,628 1,340 31,820 34,242 852 488
March 2,886 3,470 1,508 35,853 38,758 930 578
April 2,453 2,891 1,365 32,357 35,170 890 475
May 4,233 4,482 1,488 35,308 38,120 964 524
June 3,944 4,676 1,455 34,518 37,019 947 508
July 3,608 5,011 1,333 31,628 33,861 865, 468
August 4,521 4,993 1,217 28,948 31,339 741 476
September 5,868 6,237 1,206 28,627
October 30,511 783 422
6,oo4 6,133 1,024 24,247 27,398 697 327
November 7,840 8,902 875 20,777
December 22,707 566 308
9,139 9,817 787 18,896 20,440 469 306
1945 - January 10,630 11,736 753 17,744 19,212 427 319
February 12,506 12,696 716 17,029 18,052 304
March 395
April
13,997 14,406 760 18,044 19,457 436 307
15,440 16,804 636 15,096 16,692 382 243
May 16,835 17,597 477 11,448 12,621 281 179
June 18,029 19,069 353 8,600 8,949 196 136
July 18,254 19,313 72 1,871 1,948 Program 64
August 15,569 16,472 3 114 119 complete Complete
SUMMARY b
1940 (6 Months) 0 0 0 44.876 876 6 38 0
1941 0 0 0 313 6,665 6,942 169 144 0
1942 0 0 0 2,576 60,916 66,774 1,164 1,412 0
1943 92 4,426 4,746 9,393 224,189 252,590 5,214 4,179 0
1944 1,161 55,835 63,073. 14,884 353,522 382,987 9,518 5,352 14
1945 (8 Months) 2,507 121,260 128,093 3,770 89,946 97,050 2,117 1,552 101
CUMULATIVETOTAL 3,760 181,521 195,912 30,980 736,114 807,219 18,188 12,677 115
PAMREFERENCE TO PL 3344 - - - - - 37,8,4, 4,41,46 37,3
44,50
a Including41 3-24's delivered as F-7's (photographicversion) - 1 in November and 4 in December 1944, 5 in Janury,7 in Februry, 9 in
b March, 8 in April,2 in May, 1 in June,and4 in July 1945.
Excluding equivalent airframe Height of spare paris; these data are not available.

,
40 AGUT
P~DUTINJUY 1,94 SPTMBR , 94
PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1I940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
8' OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE
mmiwl
AlIRPLANES
PATROL BOMBER

_________________(unit -Each)

4-ENGINE 2-ENGINE

Total Total
Complete Units Arframe Complete Units Airframe 18Eb
o BY2 P~ aEIDWih Weight of NP334
5 PV-l
Ventura
PV-2
a e Wif
i t o P -2 P3 7co pl te O-lO nd M a ner H arpoon

Number Weight Spae Number Weight


Arrm Spare Catalina28-ME
___________
(000 lb.
____(000
Pats
lb.) ___ ___ ___
(000 lb.)
___
Pat Cat ln
(000lb._________________
1940 - July
August
September 2 51 1.
October 3 49 496 c
November 8 116 ]1 c 6
December 1 25 25 c 1 18 262 262c 15
1941 - January 1 25 25 .25
February 0 340 358 16
0 0 0 25 358 338 24
March 0 0 0 20 277 337 18
April 0 0 0
0
0 39 519 588 59
May 25 25 38 509
June 1 1 575 38
25 25 39 524 537 59
1 1
July 25 25 40
August 0 0 542 555 40
0 0 0 44 589 589 44
September 0 0
0 22
0 42 548 609 42
October 0 0 40 521 40
November 0 0 55
0 0 0 15 219 15
December 0 0 0
40 591 651 40
0 0
1942 - January 0 0 867
February 0 0; 58 997 58
0 0 0 50 760 848 50
March 0 0 0.
0 0 50 760 914 50
April 0 2 62 889 964 61
May 0 0
0 6 62 855 917 60
June 1 29 52 1 64 811 892 62
July 87 90 68 896
August
.957 65
87 98 58 908 1,021 50
September 8 251 254 8 90 1,460 1,546
October 78
7 202 231 7 92 1,454 1,561 67
November. 6 175 211 6 87. 1,536 1, 606
December 11 55
518 553 11 110 1,.885 2,259 75
1943 - January 16 462 474 16
February 55 748 972 55
12 347 425 12 165 2,235 2,556 85
Mach 14 405. 455 188
April
14 2,411 2,705 62 117
15 454 460 15 171 2,606 2,965 50 82
May 17 491 647 206 5,216 5,726
June
17 57 94
0 0 20 0 209 5,509 5,608 48 100
July 3 87 128 3 205 22,995 3,578 109
Augut 16 520 597 18 202 62
September 2,965 5,542 105
18 441 483 16 170 2,586 2,959 41 104
October 17 417 458 17 201 2,869 5,576 70
November 105
0 0 33 Program 207 2,958 3,555 78 104
December 0 0 20 complete 231 3,359 104
3,891 97
.1944 ..January 0 1 252
February 0 3,975 102 104
0 8 201 5,054 5,613 91 75
March 1 25 52 182 2,804 ),456
April 1 76 68 1
23 27 133 2,135 2.716 56 55
May 5 115 117 139 2,224 2,630 48
June 50 .5
13* 299 314 68 1,539 43 Progra
1
July complete 4
16 368 394 86 1,502 1,816 59.
Auguet 41 943 981 81.
September
1,325 1,763 58
44 1,012 1,052 86 1,476 1,740 1
October 50 1,150 1,219 3.08
November
2,029 2,289 49
50 1,150 1,495 116 2,157 2,586 57 11.
Tecember 65 1,495 1,555 2,194
122 2,558 52 22
1905 - January 1,495 1,570 2,965
February
153 2,552 37 68
1,495 1;674 119 2, 139 2,466 37 54
March 1,495 1.,ba9 142 2,599 2,867 24 70
April
May
50
54
1,165
1,258
1, 528
1,559
174
152
2,894 3,206
2,967
~26 100
2,587 18. 86
June 52 1,212 1,272 68 1,427 1,771 26 0
July 42 970 1,019 87 1,679 2,084
Auguet 355 12
55 809 849 91 1,655 2,054 23 55
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 1 25 25c0 0 1 51 458 458 c 21 10 0 0
1941 4 100 122 0 4 405 5,517 5,915 395 . 10 0 0
1942 39 1,127 1,277 0 39 851 13,059 14,482 729 122 0 0
1943 150 3,604" 4,198 0 130 2,210 32,055 57,595 741 560 1,109 0
1944 286onhs 6,578 7,195 286 0 1,554 25,565 30,465 727 .410 552 b5
15(8Mnhi 428 9,899 10,760 428 0 986 17,552 20,380 226 357 0 40
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 888 21,555 25,577 714 174 0,037
,.95,766 109,291 2,859 1,269 .1,461 468

PA E EEECE.TO PLN - - 58 3- 34,37,38~ 48 46 46.

Production of PB2X eubeequent to October 1945 ie shown me P32-52/ Heavy Traenport, .4-engine.
b Ventura production prior to February 1945 is olaesified as B-34, Medium Bomber, by agreement of the Army end Navy.
CExcluding equivalent airframe weight of spare perte; these data are not available.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I. 1945


OMPLIS SPECI&L RELEASE

AIRPLANES
MEDIUM BOMBERS,. 2-ENGINE

TOTALMEDfl)( 303455, 2-ENGNE

Complete Unite
Airframe B-25, N3.-25 B26 RB- ,n B- - 4{b E2
PEIDWeight of (P) . TS-26 1 (.ll)
3 3
(PV-1, 3
L-37$ 325
Dragon N.37
Airframe Complete Mitchell Marauer Ventura
Number Weight Unite plus
(000 b.) Spare Parts

1940 -July 12 155 155a 12


August 8 103 103 a 8
September 34 52 52 a
October 0 0
November 0 0 coop1ete
00c
December. 0
0
1941 - January 0 0
February 9 107 107 5 '4
March 18 222 222 8 10
April 31 401. 401 9 22
May 34 466 469 4 30
June 61 787 807 28 33
July 40 538 558 10 30
August, 57 769 1,].92 134 43
September 38 506 551 11 26 1
October 42 507 555 30 8
November 21 263 305 9 8
December 108 1,375 1,3405 43 49 16
1942 - January 31 372 470 18 1 32
February 108 1,4234 55 17 36
March 266 3,3348 3,506 151 49 66
April 222- 2,7]2 3,0034 128 9 85
May 261 3,919 89 70 102
June 316 329 82 105
July 330 4,297 4,800 152 75 103
August 349 4,7342 5,165 123 119 107
September 359 4,763 5,006 183 95 81
October, 241 3,097 3,7345 96 44 101'
November 4,953 5,379 1734 135 52
December 5,5343 6,037 256 107 63
5,008
1943 - January 383 213 93 76
February .369 5,792 229 138- Program 2
March 431 6,040 6,3498 235 190 complete .6
April 478 6,665 7,135 259 210 9
May 501 7,002 271 230 Program
June 535 7,3459 8,21* 290 245 c03m,3.te
July 451 6,179 7,74*6 266 185
August 466 6,617 7,8349 221 245
Neptember 377 5,381. 6,5234 182 195
October 433 6, 069 6,510 250 183
November 490 6,9734 7,8*4 260 230
December 497 7,0348 7,921 277 220
191414
- January 429 6,2342 7,920 219 210
February 494 7,089 8,34834 291 203
March 538 7,650 8,8347 348 190
April 502 7,105 8,3434 161
8,118 1661
May 516 7,057 120
June 516 7,0434 7,825 396 120
July 404 5,588 6,260 2834 120
August 381 5,233 5,838 281 100
September 360 4,890 5,628 285 75
October 357 4,771 5,316 275 82
November 378 5,172 5,700 286 92
December 353 4,807 5,2348 275 78
1945 - January 382 5,185 315 67
February 278 3,798 4,258 220 58
March 283 3,8334 4,2234 236 47
April 181 2,561 177 4
May 177 2,319 2,506 177 Program
June 163 2,135 2,2145 163 complete
July 122 1,598 1,681 122
August 50 689 50
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 24* 310 310 0
I 0 0 0 234 0
1941 459 5,9341 6,572 I 171 263 25 0 0
1942 3,270 42,803 47,150 1,5534 803 913 0 18
1943 5,3411. 75,519 85,016 2,953 2,3634 76 0 0
1945 (8 Months) 1,636 21,906 24,7814 1,460 176 0 0 0

CUM TOTAL
PATVE 16,028 219,127 247,360 9,815 5,157 1,0134 234 18

PACEREFERENCE TO PLABP - -50 48 46 42 47

a Including 449 B-26'. delivered as AT-23'e *40 in August, 149


in September, 125 in October, 110 in November,
b B-334 production subsequent to January 19343 shown as PT-i, Patrol Bomber, by agreement of Army and Navy.
and 25 in December 1943.
o Excluding equivalent airframe weight of spare parts; these data are unavailable.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1;1940-AUGUST 31, 1945


SEPTEMBER 1, 1945 a-oil
I0 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES
LIGHT BOMBER, 2-ENGINE

___________________ ~~~~~~~~(Unit
Each)
.1 ______ __________________

TOTALI:.IUT BOMBR, 2-ENGINE

complete Unite
A-2O
Airrae
"m., Bm!-) A-26 A-28, BA-29 A-30, BA-3O A-22 (6)
PERIOD Weight of Eavoc (414, B-14L) (187)ta
Numaber
AirframeS
Weight
Complete
Units plus
(Boston) Ivadar Hudson Baltimore
(000 lbs.) Spare Parts

1940 - July 100 682 682 a 44 21


August 62
35
September
44. 445 a 38 214 0
11 90 90 a 1 10 0
October 31
November
257 257 a 0 51 0
65 508 508 a 25 38 0
December 128, 1,017 1,017 a 54. 72 22
1941 - January 116 881. 948 45 29
February 44
156 1,070 1,187 42 52 42
March 162 1,297 1,1477 38 85 59
April 1814 1,5614 1,825 72 109
May 172 1,1461
3
1,751 44 128 Program
June i76 1,518 1,792 614 1u1 1 complete
July 208 1,796 1,958 87 121 0.
August 195 1,716 1,9145 105 81
September 269
9
2,3147 2,7514 119 155 15
October 251 2,252 2,756 146 70
November 220
35
December
1,930 2,212" 98 90 32
296 2,656 2,969 155 89 514
1942 - January 514 2,850 5,005 186
February
86 * 42
510. 2,791 5,055 152 112 46
March 255 2,296 2,859 1214 92
April 39
159 1,572 1,800 21 88 50
May 550 5,137 5,4481 218
June
88 44
207 1,828 2,550 98 76 33
July 158 1,575 2,021 71 87 0
August 2355 2,1114 2,701 163 63
September 9
350 5,212 5,757 235 71
October 279 2,5146 2,992 165
November 514 60
289 2,657 5,155 189 40 60
December. 220 2,058 2,290 165 4 51
1945 -.January 155 1, 482 1,805 *0
February 60
165 1,605 1, 967 108 0
March 180 55
1,829 2,157 120. 0 60
April 2122 2,1116 2,1407 145
May 76
60
3,255 195 60
June 2,8147
2,264. 2,641 191 Program 30
complete
July 1,6214 2,186
August
100, 60
2,1411 3,028 186 50
September 251 2,566 5,218 190
October 60
246 2,515 2,978 185 60
November 271 2,782 3,1426 210
December 60
514 5,555 5,995 250 6o
19144
- January 551 5,756 5,952 286
February 6o
5514 3,796 _4,~43 287 60
March ,390 4,188 4,222 328' 60
April 350 5,781 5,1417 275
May 60
355 5,718 4,5714 297 9
June 262 2,979 225
5,971 Program
July complete
246 2,750 5,886 220
August 500 3,4814 4,455 250
September 225 2,7148 133
October 155 2,078 2,530 44
November 142 2,087 2,360 Program
December 170 2,1499 2,779 complete.
1945 - January 160 2,275 2,1469
February 188 2,6914 2,14814
March 282 4,001
April 287 4,075 4,349
May 518 414515
June 279 3,959 4,258
July 167 2,1461 2,6148
August 48 720 775
stn 4ABY
1940 (6 Months) 395 2,999 2,999 a. 142 0 196 0 5
19412,8 2018 2,52 1010 11016
1942 18
2,126 28,26 255120 101 1785018661205 0
19435 2,74i0 27,808 2
33 ,b56 ,85
1,975 7 85 675 0
1945 (8 Months) 1,729 24,700 26,787 0 1,729000
CU)&JLATIVE
TOTAL 1,651 142,055 166,762 7,250 2,1446 2,215 1,575 185
TO PLANT
PAE REFENENCE - 3
54,41,142 41,142 4748 48
a
Excluing, equivalent airframen weight of spare parts; these data are unavai labia.

PHUUUCTION, JULY 1,4940-AUGUST 34,4945 SEPTEMBER 4.4945


PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE I
vi

AIRPLANES
NAVY LIGHT BOMBER, I-ENGINE

_______________________________________(Unit Each)

TOTAL
NAVY
LI$T DIVE TORPEDO
BOMBER,
1-ENGE

Complete Unite irreigtI


EIOD Arrm oet 4 S
Wegt
nt SF 24
ABD
A2a sryrBruau)iiot095)
N2(3A SB2U NBCn B vne
VEM
ne TB!
ewl
Number aWeight puitelSB, Bdive ____ ______n__lIevese
(000 lb.) pare untles
_______________ ______ (000 lb.) - __ _ ___ ______ ___

1940.- July 2 7 1 1
Auguet 5 18 5 0
14
September 15 514 15 0
October 16 57 13 0
November 42 1.49 149 21 0 1
December 17. 60 60( 7. 0 0

1941 - January 29 109 119 214 0 0


February 52 186 196 22 22 0
March 69 269 289 26 15 14 0
April 2314 255 23. 28 14 0
May 57 227 2414 29 28 Program 0
June 77 295 329 35 214 complete 18

July 243 268 42 32 4


Auguet 39 176 235 39 Program 0
September 12 '514 99 12 complete 0
October 414 198 228 414 0
Noember 17 77 98 17 0
December. 19 86 1414 19 0

1942 - January 11 38 1 0 1
February 9 46 0.
March 42 225 270 22 3 17
April 79 416 463 Program 25
May 96 518 627 60 complete 36
June 125, 709 828 64. 61
July 150 858 1,054 714 I 75
Auguet 178 981 1,211 104 32 62
September 211" 1,205 1,473 2 107 30 72
October 262 1,461. 1,857 8 147 28 79
November 322 1,867 2,157 152 52 108
December 361 2,070 2,521 30 179 45 1-07.

1943 - January 2714 1,687 2,062 15 89 48 122


February, 400. 2,283 2,779 28 202 38 132
March 425 2,421 2,8514 32 2114 9 170
April 431 2,613 3,107 4 1514 41 191
May 698 3,930 4510 43 376 76 203
June 668 3,786 4,295 12 350~ 78 228

July 625: 3,6814 4,442 15 270 .89- 251


Auguet 619 3, 745 4,415 18 266 514 281
September 73 4,398 5,256 63 282 73 315
October 638 4,355 71 260 25 282
November 797 14,825 168 282 7 340
December 638 3,839 5,106 132 238 29 239'

1944 - January 662 4,077 5,588 199 208 32 223


February 636 .3,907 4,9141 188 201 2 245
March 626 3,962 209 0, 267
4,868
April 661 4,225 1,66 2314 0 281
May 772 5,078 5,925 363 108 1 300
June 723 4,7814 5,516 348 93 2 Program 280
complete
July 636 4,275 5,521 322 57 1 256,
Auguet 658 4,559 5,209 348 16 0 2914
Neptember 670. 4,690 5,333 3414 Program, 1 325
October 695 4,864, 5,428 355 complete 0 340
November 637 4,4614 4,988 296 0 340 1
December 6514 4,579 5,116 323 0 330 1

1945 - January 663 4,807 5, a14 305 0 350 8


February 4,602 5,356 278 0 351 6

3
March 720 5,555 309 0 400 11
621
5, 2) 229 375 14
April 5,057,
May 640 5,066 230 385 20
June 628 4,493 4,985 217
5 375 33
July 625 4,492 4,980 217 39
August 499 3,566 3,958 3214 328 41

s1940 (6.Monthe) 97 345 3450 0 62 0 0. 0 1 1 0 0


1941 538 2,154 2,5014 0 332 0 0 107 50 22 0 0
192387 1,6 2,581 50 9614 0 168 0 0 7 648 0
1942 1,837 10,3967 4,733~ 642 2,983 0 567 9 0' 0 2,7514 0
1944 8,030 53,462 62,897 3,529. 979 4 35 0 0 0 3,1481 2
1945 (8 Months) 5,031 36,211 40,101 1,909 0 20 0 0 0 0 2,929 172

CUMUATIV
TOTL 2247 143,535 167,161 6,130 5,320 214 770 107' 51 30 9,83.2 174
PAGE EEDENCE TO PLAT - - - 35,140,143 41 41 35 36 39 9 4,5 36
a Including 36 8A-5'a(A-17) -,3 in 0Oclober, 20 in November, 10 in December 19140, 2 in January, and 1 in February 1941, ama 214N3PB'a
- 3 in
January, 7 in February,and 14 in March 19141; and 1 BT2D in Augut 1945.
b Including 398 A-24'. procured by Navy for fAmy32 in June) 23, in July, 19 in Auguat, 24 in October 1941; 20 in July, 30 in Augut, 30 in
September, 37 in October, 32 in November, 36 in December 194~2; 15 in January, 8 in February, 52 in March, 5 10 in May, 42 in June, in April,
and. 3 in July 1943.
c Excluding equivalent airframe veight of sare parte; the data are unavailable.-

31,
1940- AUGUST 31,
JULY I,I,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
PRODUCTION, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
12 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE pR

AIRPLANES
ARMY LIGHT BOMBER, I-ENGINE

_____________________ (Un~~it, Each)____________________

TOTAL A1 W(LIGHT DBW, 1-ENII

CompeteUai e A-31, A-3l, A-25, RA-25 A-214, ItA-214 A-36 A2


Aifrae A-5 2 -) (SB20 Type) (222Type) (P-51Type) (jA1444)
~~~Airframe
FERIOD of Complete Vegac elie anls utn
Uiepluse
Number a Weight Int
(0000lb.))
at

1940-July 1 3 3b,
August 16 4444 b 16
September 9 23 23 b 9
October5 13 13 b
November 0 0 0 b 0
December 0 0 0 b 0a
'1941-January 0 0 2 0
February 10 25 28 10
March .0 0 5 Program
April 0 0 0 complete
May 0 0 3
June 1 9 10

July 0 0, 0
August 0 0 0
September 0 0 0
October 0 0 0
November 0 0 0
December 0 0 0
1942 -January 7 48 48 7
February 6 41 4 6
March 10" 68 814 10
April 27 1814 207 27
May 798 503 6775799
June9866738
July 131 891 1,025 131
August 92 626 852 92
September 37 252 419 37
October 159 1,010 1,0146 128 31 L
November 109 718 7914 99 10
December 178 979 1,117 76 1 101
19143- January 220 1,082 1,192 39 1 180
February 218 1,121. ,531 1 5
March 119 768 892 93 5 1 120
April 106 708 798 86 12 8 Program
May 100 610161456 25 19 compete
June 141 903 1,259 75 31 .35.
July 181 1,107, 1,1408 80 36 65
August 223 1,357 1,6147 80 68 75
September 256 1,515 1,926" 80 73 103
October 281 1,717 .2,123 80 120 81
November 303 1,795 2,215 80 109 114
December 285 1,670 2,062 70 101 111}
19144 January 2014 1,369 1,9148 70 1314Prga
February 1814 1,239 1,6614 68 116 Pcogm
March 1214 848 . 1,148 60 614
April 3 285 494 39 program
May 29 212 360 29 .complet
June 4 29 64 4
July Progra~m lete 25 Program
August 47 complete
September 20
October .9
November- 2
December 0
1945 - January 54
February Program
March complete
April
May
June
July
Auguet

SUMWAY
1940 (6Months) 31 83 83 b 0 0 0 0 " "31
1941 11 314 18 0 .0 0 0 10
1942 928 5,986" 6,997 785 1 0 142 0
19143 2,433 14,383 17,539 875 583 615 358 0
19144 584 3,982 5,78. 270 314 .0 0 0
1945(8 Montha) 0, 0 54 0 0 0 0 0
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 3,987 24,468 30,502" 1,930 90 615. 500 41
PAGE CETO PLANT - I - 36,37,51 40 42 50 50
a Including 1 P-2 in Jume 1941.
b Excluding equivalent airframae weight of epare parts; these data are not available.

k.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31; 1945


SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES
FIGHTER, (SUMMARY)

TOTAL FIGHTE 2ESNN

Complete-Units 1
Airframe
Weight of'
Total Army
___
Navy

Complete Complete Units Airframe Complete Units Aiframe Complete Unite Arfrae
PERIODma Unite eight of eight of of Weight
u
Airrae tscomplete Complete Complete
Number Weight SpreAirframe nits Plue.I Airframe fnits elite Airframe )nits pins
(000 lb.) Pi Number Weight Spare Number Weight Spare Number Weight Spare
(000 lb.) (000 lb.) Parts (CO0lb.) Parts (000 lb.)I Parts
_______________ ____000 lb.) _____ (0001lb.)_____ ____ (000 lb.)
1940 - July 15 -573 573 b 17 17
August 155 519 519 b 0 0 0
0
September 163 542 1 1
October 195 642 6422 2 2 08
November 210 671 6712 0 0 0
0
December 264 846 8462 0 0 0

1941 - January 258 830 860 1 7 7 1 7 7


February 202 658 670 0 0' 0 0 0 0
March 222 740 823 2 14 14 2 14 14
April 289 981 1,072 4 28 28 4 28 28
May * 251 839 946 5 37 37 5 37 37
June 224 1,078 4 28 28 4 28 28
July 202 785 879 23 164 164 23 164 164
August 440 1,722 1,678 26 196 196 26 196 196
September 1,942 12 91 91 12 91 91
October 2,070 2,532 3 23 53 3 53
November 57881 2,431 2,817 74 562 74
December 697 2,856 3,235 52 395 418 52 395 418

1942 - January 757 3,027 32 243 357 32 243 357


February '75
5 3,354 113 871 954 113 871 954.
March 756 3,261 3,917 80 632 685 80 632 685
April 745 3,345 4,049 101 799 860 101 799 860
May 7'(3 3,465 100 790 836 100 790 836
June 933 4,200 u18 975 1,149 118 975 1,149

July 1,008 4,788 5,732 186 1,454 1,656 186 1,656


August 872 3,808 4,617 67 538 8414 67 538 844
September 912 4,321 5,528 134 1,062 1,350 134 1,062 1,350
October 895 4,279 5,308 145 1,146 1,423 145 1,146 1,423
November 1,143 5,282 6,217 124 980 1,242 124 980 1,242
December 1,220 5,678 6,698 123 972 1,222 123 972 1,222

1943 - January 105 5,186 6,512 151 1,193 1,384 151 1,193 1,384
February 1,82 5,790 7,470 168 1,327 1,501 168 1,327 1,501
March 1,468 7,063 8,697 133 1,051 1,229 133 1,051 1,229
April 1,671 7,976 9,627 122 964 1,243 122 964 1,243
May 1,613 7,839 9,664 84 664 830 84 664 830
June 1,814 9, 030 10,981 180 1,425 1,496 180 1,425 1,496

July 2,080 10,716 12,626 264 2,086 2,315 264 2,086 2,315
August 2,309 11,285 13,258 110 915 1,216 110 915 1,216
September 2,174 11,019 13,026 72 629 738 72 629 738
October 2,724 14,514 16,742 353 2,947 3,180 353 2,947 3,180
November 3,000 16,078 19,028 393 3,297 3,729 393 3,297 3,729
December 2,898 15,354 17,962 216 1,851 2,163 216 1,851 2,163

1944 - January 3,172 17, 092 20,396 329 2,800 3,103 329 2,800 3,103.
February 3,229 17,352 21,251 333 2,876 3,416 333 2,876 3,416
March 3,531 19,038 23,310 375 3,241 4, 069 375 3,241 4,069
April 3,314 15,124 22,452 374 3,279 4,3s08 573 3,270 4,299
May 3,462 18,668 23,142 374 3,172 4,403 373 3,163 4,394
June .3,198 17,718 21,687 406 3,640 4,587 403 3,614 4,561
July 3,245 17,739 20,713 393 3,378 3,883 390 3,349 4,75
August 3,372 18,662 21,855 460 4,099 4,824 454 4,046
September 3,214 18,414 21,707 4, 445 5,065 4,357 4,765
October 3,305 18,751 22,007 440 4,268 4,828 429 4,171 4, 718
November 2,852 16,480 19,375 412 4,049 4,606 397 3,905 4,429
December 2,979 17,498 20,482 372 3,655 4,115 357 3,511 3,952

1945 - January 2,811 16,511 21,394 368 3,496 6,011 343 3,256 5;*745
February 2,798 16,410 18,342 295 2,787 3,208 291 2,768 3,139
March 3,214 18,982 21,410 368 3, 455 3,775 320 2,994 3,296
April 2,935 17,268 20,323 311 2,928 3,133 286 2,708 2,880
May 2,924 16,804 19,31o, 283 2,680 3,247 257 2,451 2,940
June 2,682 15,088 16,810 226 2,182 2,378 201 1,962 2,132
July 2,1114 12.015 13,348 161 1,556 1,701 131 1,259 1,369
August 1,264 6, 903 7,611 67 673 732 653 710

SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 1,162 3,793 3,7932 5 42 422 5 42 42 b 0 0 0
1941 4,416 .16,390 18,752 206 1,545 1,621 206 1,545 1,621 0 0 0
1942 10,769 48,808 58,146 1,323 10,462 12,578 1,325 10,462 12,578 0 0 0
1943 23,988 121,850 145,593 2,246 18,349 21,024 2,246 18,349 21,024 0 0 0
1944 38,873 215,536 258,377 4;733 42,902 51,207 4,668 42,303 50,525 65 599 682
1945 (8 Months) 20,742 119,981 139,048 2,077 19,757 24,185 1,894 18,051 22,211 183 1,706 1,974
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 99,950 526,358 623,689 10,590 93,057 110,657 10,342 90,752 1108,001 248 2,305 2,656

a The airframe weight data shown il the detail on types of fighters are not adjusted for rounding; therefore they do not necessarily add to
the monthly totals shown in this column.
b Excluding equivalent airframe weight of spare parts; these data are not available.

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FIGHTER (SUMMARY)

1 - ENGINE

Total Army Navy _ _ _

PERIOD
Airframe Complete Units T Airfrm Complete Units Airframe
Weight of Weight of Weight of
Airframe Complete Airframe Complete Airframe Complete
Btaer Weight Uniteplus Weight Units plus Number Weight Unite plus
(000 lb.) Number
SpareParts (000. lb.) Spare Parte (000 lb.) Spare Parts
(000 lb.) (000 lb.) (000 lb.)
Ii _ }--T
1940 - July 173 556 556 525 a 10 31 311
August 155 518 5181 410a 401 a 32 117 117
September 162 5355 535 127 87a 410 a 55 125 125
October 193 625 625 152 620 a 487 a 41 138 138
ovember 210 671 671 193 620 a 17 51 51F
ecember 264 846 846. 205 667 a 667 a 59 179 179
1941 rnuary 257 823 853 183 598 610 74 225 243
February 202 658 670 159 526 523 43 132 142
March 220 726 809 159 534 610 61 192 199
April 285 953 1,044 192 669 739 93 284 305
May ' 246 802 909 167 561 650 79 241 259
June 220 746 1,050 174 604 800 46 142 245
July 179 621 715 146 519 559 33 102 136
August 414 1,526 1,682 359 1,357 1,464 55 169 218
September 460 1,613 1,851 401 1,611 59 181 240
October 568 2.047 2,479 539 1,956 2,342 29 91 137
November 514 1,869 2,232 490 1,787 2,107 24 82 125
December 645 2,461 2,817 607 2,328 2,654 38 133 163

1942 - January 725 2,784 3,179 652 2,527 2,856 73 257 323
February 642 2,483 2,843 561 2,191 2,539 31 292 304
March 676 2,629 3,232 585 2,299 2,870 91 330 362
April 644 2,546 3,189 537 2,166 2,742 107 380 447
May 673 2,675 3,039 566 2,290 2,579 107 385 460
June 815 3,225 3,722 683 2,750 3,203 132 475 519

July 822 3,334 4,076 720 2,963- 3,646 102 371 430
August 805 3,270 3,773 661 2,735 3,]56 144 535 617
September 773 3,259 4,178 637 2,726 3,533 141 533 645
October 750 3,133 3,885 555 2,370 5,012 195 't63 873
November 1,019 4,502 4,975 766 3,285 3,849 253 1,017 1,126
December 1,097 4,706 5,476 847 3,673 4,302 250 1,043 1,174

1943 - January 904 3,993 5,128 815 3,585 4,469 89 408 659
February 1,014 4,463 5,969 850 3,668 4,843 164 795 1,126
March 1,335 6,812 7,468 1,098 4,864 5,910 237 1,148 1,558
April 1,549 7,012 8,384 1,201 5,293 -6,370 348 1,719 2,014
May 1,529 7,175 8,834 1,120 5,146 6,370 409 2,029 2,464
June 1,634 7,605 9,485 1,164 5,232 6,729 470 2,373 2,756

July 1,816 8,630 10,311 1,312 6,025 7,300 504 2,607 3,011
August 2,199 10,370 12,042 1,573 7,225 8,393 626 3,145 3,649
September 2,102 10,390 12,288 1, 377 6,675 8,146 725 3,715 4,142
October 2,371 11,567 13,562 1,585 7,507 8,980 786 4,060 4,582
November 2,607 12,781 15,299 1,678 8,010 9,783 929 4,771 5,516
December 2,682 13,503 13,799 1,594 7,987 9,548 1,088 5,516 6,251
71944- January 2,843 14.9j2 17,292 1,672 8,295 1,)7 1.171 5,997 6,715
February 2,896 14, 476 17,836 ,.654 8,186 9,680 1,24 6,290 8,156
March 3,156 15,796 19,241 1,763 8,720 10,355 1,1M 7,076 8,886
April 2,940 14,847 18,144 1,556 7,813 9,874 1,384 7,054 8,270
May 3,088 15, 496 18,759 1,692 8,398 10,499 -1,-396 7,098 8,246
June 2,792 14,078 17,101 1,562 7, 893 9,905 1,230 6,185 7,196
July 2,852 14, 361 16,831 1,588 7,991 9,685 1,264 6,370 7,146
August 2,912 14,563 17,031 1,728 8,631 10,256 1,184 5,932 6,775
September 2,749 13,969 16,642 1,559 8,004 9,778 1,190 5,965 6,864
October 2,865 14,483 17,179 1,704 8,483 10,022 1,161 6,000 7,157
November 2,440 12,451. 14,769 1,423 7,100 8,544 1,017 5,551 6,225
December 2,607 13,843 16,368 1,590 8,508 10,345 1,017 5,355 6,025

1945 - January 2,443 13,016 15,382 1,542 8,226 9,821 901 4,790 3,561
February 2,505 13,623 15,634 1,516 8,338. 9,592 989 5,285 6,042
March 2,846 15,527 17,635 1,555 10,003 1,291 6,994 7,632
April 2,624 14,340" 17,189 1,506 8,422 10,653 1,118 5,918 6,536
May 2,641 14,125 16,063 1,470 7,990 9,116 1,171 6,135 6,947
June 2,456 12,907 14,432 1,335 7,083 8,156 1,121 5,824 6,276
July 1,953 10,461 11,647 915 5,063 5,828 1,038 5,398 5,819
August 1,197 6,231 6,879 396 2,211 2,545 801 4,020,
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 1,157 5,751 3,751 a 963 3,110 3,110a 194 641 641 a
1941 4,210 14,845 17,111 3,576 12,871 14,679 634 1,974 2,432
1942 9,446 38,346 45,567 7,770 31,965 38,287 1,676 6,381 7,280
1943 21,742 103,501 124,569 15,367 71,215 86,841 6,375 32,286 37,728
1944 34,140 172,635 207,173 19,491 98,022 119,520 14,649 74,613 871,6533
1945 (8 Months) 18,665 100,230 114,861 10,235" 55,866 65,714 8,430 44,364 49,147

CUMUlATIV TOTAL 89,360 433,308 513,032 57,402 273,049 328,151 31,958 160,259 184,881

a Excluding equivalent airframe weight of spareparts; these data are not available.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945 so-wt


OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 15

AlIRPLANES
FIGHTER, 2-ENGINE

(Unit E ach)
ARMY NAY

Total
EIDF-niner P-38 P-61 P-59 P-70
P-38(322)
REID2egn Black Wio Airacomet (Night Fighter YM-1liera
Lightning (Jet-propelled) Version of A-.20) Tgra

1940 -July 2 2
August 0 0
September 1 1 0
October 2 0 2
November 0 0 0
December 0 0 0
1941 - January1 1 0
February 0 0 0
March 2 2 0
April4 4 0
May 5 4 1
June 4 4 Program
complete
July 23 23
August 26 26
September 12 12
October 3 3
November 74 .74
December 52 52"
1942 - January 32 32
February 113 113
March 80 80
April 101 1001
May 100 100 0
June 118 85 33
July. 186 170 16
August 67 60 7
September 1324 132 2
October 1415 145 Program
November 124 124 complete
December 123 123
1943 - January 151 151
February 168 168
March 133 133
April 122 122
May 84 84
June 180 180
July 2624 2624
August 110 102 7 1
September 72 66 6 0
October 353 350 3 0
November 393 387 6 0
December 216 206 10 ° 0'
19244- January 329 317 12 0
February 333 313 20 0
March 375 352 23 0
April 3724 342 31 0 1
May 3724 352 15 6 1
June 406 35548 0 3
July 393 367 21 2 3
August 460 402 50 2 6
September 465 397 50 8 10
October 440 3624 59 6 11
November 412 325 65 7 15
December 372 300 55 2 15
19245- January 368 301 37 5 25
February 293 253 33 5 2
March 368 289 26 5 48
April31252685
My2312 2526 62
yJune 226 175 26 Program 25
July 161 118 13 complete 30
Augut 67 53 12 2
SUMMARY
1940(6 Months) 5 1 0 0 0 4 0
1941 206 205 0 0 0 1 0
1942 1,323 1,2624 0 0 3
19243 2,2246 2,213 32 1 0 0 0
19442,733 4186 449 33 0' 0 65
1945 (8 Months) 2,077 1,666 199 29 0 0 183
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 10,590 9,535 680 63 59 5 248

PAE.REFEWNON TO PLANIT 37,247 51 33 42 33 45

t-IiUUUUI ION, JULY I, 1940- AUGUST 32, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 2945


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AlIRPLANES
ARMY FIGHTER, 1=ENGINE

___________________ ~~(Unit
Each) ________ ___ ___

Tot-801+,
PTotalP-47. P-801, P-39 P-63, Shooting P-4+3, P-36 P-66
I}Q 1
PERIOD Fighter (A7) Thunder- -87) (irora R-63 Str P-+ (E7) (.8) P- Ohra
*1-engine Mustang bolt Warhawk Airaob ingcobra (Jet-pro- Lancer Mohawk Vanguard (P-35)

190 -July 163 56 91 15 1


August 123 104+ 14 5 0
September 127 114 1 1 0 11 0
October 152 135 2 0 0. 9 6
November 193 168 0 0 0 5 20
December 205 165 10 1 16 9 4-
1941-January 183 153 3 1 20 6 0j
February 159 153 6 0 0 Program 0
March 159 133 11 6 9 complete 0
April 192 186 1 14 1 0
May 167 11+6 15 6 Program 0
June 174+ 225 37 22 complete 0

July 14+6 81 50 15 0
August 359 1 179 158 21 0
September 401 6 254+ 128 13 ;O0
October 539 25 270 198 33 13 0
November 490 37 281 228 23 21 0
December 607 67 1 285 191 26 37 0
194+2- January 652 84+ 0 317 179 38 34+ 0
February 561 '84 0 295 113 46 23 0
March 585 52 5 31+8 14+1 25 14+ 0
April 537 86 0 396 52 1 2 0
May 566 81+ 10 386 86 Program Program 0
June 683 81+ 26 31+6 227 complete complete 0
July 720 76 38 421 185 0
August 661 22 61 390 188 o
September 637 6o 67 117 93 0
October 555 0 66 360 229 0 J
November. 766 0 116 373 277 0
December 84+7 0 1411 101+ 3020

194+3
- January 815 0 170 315 330 0.
February 850 0 151 311+ 385 0
March 1,098 70 232 321+ 172 0 J~
April 1,201 221 21+1 325 511 0
May 1,220 221 307 380 322 0
June 1,161+ 20 307 400 437 0

July 1,312 91 381 337 503 0L


August 1,573 175 434+ 463 501 0
September 1,377 201 496 100 280 0
October 1,585 281+ 196 378 120 7 0
November 1,678 295 5+8 122. 103 10 0
December 1,594+ 332 660 200' 391 11 0

19441
- January 1,672 370 650 275 351 26 0
February 1,651+ 380 633 24+1 350 50 0
March 1,763 182 61+8 283 300 50 0
April 1,556 107 623 202 252 72 0
May 1,692 580 601 200 201 110 0
June 1,562 579 600 73 150 160 0

July 1,588 569 600 97 122 210 0


August 1,728 700 600 155 13 260 0
September 1,559 663 593 202 Program '101 0
October 1,701+ 763 4+91 193 complete 252 1 1
November 1,4+23 709 377 80 255 0 2
December 1,590 702 6441 Program 21+0 1+0
complete
191+5
- January 1,51+2 822 180 21+0 0 0
February 1,516 701+ 5441 265 1 2
March 1,555 758 539 255 3 0
April 1,506 669 591 21+0 6 0
May 1,4+70 677 528 252 11 2
June 1,335 701 115 199 20 0
July 915 569 305 5 36 0
August 396 208 157 0 31 0
SUMM4ARY
190 (6Months) 963 0 0 74221 13 0 0 2' 221 0 51+ 31
194+1 3,576 136 1 2,24+6 926 0 0 160 30 71 6 0
191+2 7,770 632 530 4,453 1,972 0 0 110 0 73 0 0
191+3 15,367 1,710 4,426 4,258 1,91+5 28 0 0 0 0 0 0
19441 19,4+91 6,901+ 7,063 2,001 1,729 1,786 5 0 0 0 0 3
191+5(8 Months) 10,235 5,108 3,559 0 0 1,1+56 108 0 .0 0 0 4+
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 57,1+02 1,490 15,579 13,700 9,585 3,270 113 272 151 11+1 60 38

PAGE R!EEENCE TO PLANT - 50 39,52 39 33 33 +7. 52 39 36 52 39,1+0,1+3

aIncluding 21+21B's - 6 in October,11+in November, and 14in December 191+0; 2 in February,and 2 in May 191+5;
6 P-75 Eagles - 2 in November 19441,
6 P-61+'e
in November 191+0;1 YP-37 in July 191+0;and 1 YP-6o in October19441.

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AlIRPLANES

NAVY FIGHTER, -I-ENGINE,

- Each)
(flait

Total a FIU, m 24FMAF


PERIOD
Navy
Fighter
Corsair
33A
,FFFFF
(G-36) Helcat F8F tFral 2
ao
39
I-engin Battler Wildatercat (Jet-propelled) hfl

1940 -July 10 1 9
August .32 320
September
October
35
41 21
29 6
20
November 17 1. 16
December 59 19 . 40
1941- January 743.13
February 43 25 1
March 61; 25 36
April 9347'46'
May. 79 36 43
June .4 917

July 33 32 1
August 55. 31 .214
September- 59 18 .41
October 29 6 23
November 24 .15 9
December. 38 28 10
1942 - January . 73 63 10
February 81. 81 0
March 91 90 1
April 107 98,.9.
May 107 107...Program
June 132 132 complete
July 102 2 100.
August 144 9 135
September 141 13 127' 1
October 195 31 163 1
November 253 55 197 1
December 250. 68 175 7
19143 - January 89
1614
39
75
38.
514.3
1
February
arch 237 77 80 80
April 348 115 103 . 130
May 409" 139 120 .150
June 470 169 121 180
July 501+ 196 98 210
August 626 206 170 250
September 725 271 159 295
October 786. 285 156 345
November92 336 193 400
Deebr1,088 '385 245 48
19144- January 1,171 436 235 500
February 1,2142 40 '282 510
March1,95730 2
April 1,3814 569 303 515
08
1,396 5930May
596 300 500
June :1,230 431 300 499
July 1,2614.487 300 477
August 1,181+ 388 300 496
September 1,190. 390 300 500
October 1,161 401 210 550
November. 1,017 342 150 525
December 1,017 312 150 555
1945 - January '901. 220 150 525 2 4
February 989 331 150 . 500 2 6
March 1953156051
1,118 0April
484 150 475 . 6 3
May 1,171 497 175 475 20 4
June 1,121 479. 175 425 40 1
Jl1,348173156August 801.3b1. 212, 197 20: 10
SUMMdARY
1940(6Months) 1914 0 103 0 0 0 9
1942
6'4
1,676 178
~0 323 0 0 311
1,468 10 0 0 20
194~3 6,375 2,293 1,537 2,5145 10 0D
191414 14,649. 5,380 .3,130 6,139 0 0 0
1945.(8Monthsl3 8,430 3,385 1,3373,1 151 39 0
CUMULATIVE____TOTAL_ 31,958 11,236 7,898 12,210 151 39 422
PAGE REFERNCE To PLANT -. 35,36,4443,45 45 45 52 35
a Including 2 F00 s-1 inJune and 1 in Augut 19145.-

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RECONNAISSANCE (INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHIC)

_________________________________________ Unit_.,Each) ____________________

RECO NAINSAIICE
TOTIAL NAVY, l-ENGINE ARM~Y,
1. AND2-ENGINE

complete Uite
Airframe
II
PERIOD Weight of F-.6(Photo-..-4, F5 F-2 (photo-
Complete SC 8030 0S2U, CN2N graphic .(Pht graphic
a Air'fram~e Units plus Seehawk Seamev Kinfisher Version graphic Version. 0-52
Numera Weight' Spare Par of P-51) Version o c -45)
(000 lb.) (000 lb.) of P-38)

1940 - July 4 11 b 1
August 9 18 b 9 0
September 21 34 b 15 0
October 16 32 b 16 0
November 13 27 b 13 0
December 0 Ob 0 0
1941 - January 27 68 27 0
February 27 74 27 0
March 25 67 24 0
April 14 68 12 0
may 25 80 25 0
June 68 187 35 0 32

July 34 100 13 0 21
August 86 235 55 0 31
September 100 281
60
0 35
October 101 285 0 31
November 98. 277 70 0 28
December 122 346, 101 2 0 19
1942 -January 185 919 95 84 0 6
February 115 397 101 14 0 Program
March 136 460 116 20 0 complete
April 106 316 '6 97 0 0
May. 94 271 90 0 0
127 513 5' 102 20 0
July 130 367 5 125 0 0
August 184 706 59 105 20 0
September 118 459 70 48 0 0
October 83 299 43 40 0 0
November 110 551. 71: 19 20
0
December 80 479 44 Program 36
complete 0
1943 - Jenuary 74 406 50 24 0
February 43 177 43 0 0
March 113 772 53 60 0
April 193 45 0 0
May 42 234 42 0 0
June 39 164 39 0
0
July 26 144 26 0
August 0
20 105 20 0
September 0
121 1,008 32 89
October 0
27 147 26 1
November 0
47 209 47 0 0
December 137 1,11l9 27 no0
0
1944'- 43~ 169
January 43 Program
0
February 0 9 Program complete
March 0
Complete 0
April 14
May 0
6
June 18 0
0
July 2 18 0
August 6 37
September 14 77 4
October 29 128
November .97 501 2
December 347
1945 - January 102 507 9
February 80 336 5
March 104 524 2
April 84 528 2
May 467 0
91
June 488 2
97 ,1
July 79 402
August 139 1
30
SUMMARY00 10
1940(6 Months) 63 122 122 b 0 0 53 0010
1941 727 1,888 2,068 0 0 524 0 2 0 197
1942 1,468 5,119 5,737 0 307 938 .0 214 06
1943 734 3;882 4,678 0 450. 0 0 284 0 0"
1944 259, 1,029 1,380 122 43 0 74 0 20 0
1945 (8 Monthsl 667 2,735. 3,391 420 0 0 225 0 22 0

CUMULATIVE TOTAL 3,918 14,775 17,376 542 800 1,515 299 500 .43 203

PAE7ES CE TOPLANT . - - - 40 40 36,49 50 47 3239

a Includung 3Y-50's - 2 in April end 1 in June 1941;,3 TO-S's in July 1940; 6 Yo-54's in September 1940; l'YO-55 in Mrch 1941; end 3 F-3's
b (photographic
version of A-20) in April 1942.
Excluding equivalentairframeweight of spareperts;these dataae not available.

PRODUCTION, JULY:I,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER 1, 1945


OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 19.

AlRPLANES
TRANSPORT (SUMMARY)a

TOTAL
TRASPORT
Complete Unite Airfr b Complete Unite
HEAVY
Airare e
!NDIM

Complete Unite irfrme


t Com

CompleteUnits
LIGHT

Weight ofWeight of Weight of Weight of


PERIOD b Complete Complete Complete Complete
Airframe Unite pl Airframe niteplue Airframe Unite plus Airframe Unite plus
Number Weight Spy Number Weight Spare Number Weight Spare Number Weight Spare
(000 lb.) Parte (000 lb.) Parts (000 lb.) Parts (000 lb.) Parts
(000 lb.) (000 lb.)(000 lb.) (000 lb.)
1940 - July 25 258 258c 1 39 39c 17 184 1c 7 34 4
Auguet 26 186 186c 0 0 0Oc 19 169 169c 7 18 18co
September 26 195 195 0 0 Oc 16 173 1730 10 22 22 0
October 33 206 206° 0 0 00 18 184 184c 15 23 230
November 40 291 291c 0 0 Oc 26 259 2590 14 32 32 c
December 14 69 69c 0 0 Cr 5 47 470 9 22 22c
4
19 - January 28 ..251 251 0 0 0 23 232 23? 5 20 20
February 41 400 o
400 0 0 38 385
March 22 245 245 1 39 39 19 198
April 198 2 8 8
25 248 248 1 39 39 16 167 167 8 44 44
My 31 315 319 1' 39 39 23 241 241 7 36 40
June 28 -278 281 2; 61 61 18 183 183 8 .33 37
July 31 294 294 2 78 78: 17 177 177 12 38 38
August 60 349 349 0 0 0 27 245 245 33 1o4 104
September 50 315 315 0 0 0 23 243 243 27 73 73
October 62 351 351 0 0 0' 19 217' 217 43 133 '133
November 53 248 252 .0 0 0 12 133 133 41 115 118
December 101 468 475 . 0 0 .0. 29 293 293 72 175 182
1942 - January 104 543 566 0 0 0 31 351 363 73 . 192 '205
February 117 817 890 1 20 20 49 574 632 67 222 :238
March 109 883 948 1 26 26 68 763 808 40 95 11
April 152 1,509 1,609 2 46 46, 123 1,417 1,473 27 46 87
May 114 1,160 1,261 3 79 79 87 1,034 1,117 24 47 6
June 130 1,162 1,375 5 123 123 87 981 1,174 38 59 79
July 247' 2,257 2,451 5 122 122 173 2,009 2,190 69 126 141
August 165 1,848 1,983 12 299 299 132 1,497 1,629 21 53 55
September
October
201
163
1,921
1,616
2,066
1,871
24
21
551 551.
513
103 1,175 1,311 74 194 202
483 96 1,015 1,233 46 118 125
November 242 1,986 2,198 14 285 322 128 1,435 1,598 100 266 278
December 240 2,546 2,751 28 633 633 159 1,800 1,989' 53 113 129
1943 - January 368 3,088 3,316 38 881 966 157 1,778 1,910 173 429 440
February 321 2,877 3,211 29 663 705 171 1,934 2,160 121 281 347
March 563 4,037 4,506 35 817 869' 205 2,427 2,632 323 793 1,006
April 589 4,416 4,774 41 955 1,015 ,237 2,696 2,865 311 765 895
May 566 4,393 4,802 37 878 932 ;244 2,808 1 3,039 285 707 831
June 574 4,790 5,453 49 1,142 1,267 258 2,991 3,414 267 657 772
July 69 5,172 6,001 51 1,202 1,339 278 3,194 3,690 310 776 971
August 631 4,929 5,718 51 1,195 1,307 249 2,901 3,410 331 833 1,000
September 655 5,383 6,057 57 1,343 1,518 269 3,212 ,3,575 329
October 644 4,671 5,532 30 828 963
704 872: 258 3,079 3,545 356 890 1,114
November 678 5,772 6,925, 71 1,699 1,933 268 3,213 3,897 339 862' 1,095
December 784 5,968 7,018 47 1,126 1,197 312 3,745 4,490 425 1,098 1,332
1944 - January 798 6,688 8,169 61 1,448 1,566 347 4,220 5,365 390 1,020 1,238
February 884 7,771 8,798 63 1489 1675 431 5,232 5,826 390 1,050 1,297
March 925 9,322 10,925 . 111 2,622 3,236 478 5,791 6,503 336 909 1,186
April 838 9,666 10,828 139 3,316 3,542 477 5,772 6,442 222 578 842
May 992 10,840 12,171 128 3,049 3,330 576 6,979 7,849 288 813 992
June 909 10,293 11,335 122 2,919 3,173 548 6,634 7,269 239 740 893
July 866 10,712 11,995 182 4,365 4,738 471 5,706 6,515 213 641 742
August 814 9,904 11,236 173 4,225 4,652 409 4,963 5,754 232 718 830
September 730 9,715 11,207 216 5,279 5,881 315 3,821 4,587 199 614 739.
October 727 9,725 11,039 219 5,353 6,035 315 3,821 4,388 193 551 617
November. 702 9,793 11,218 228 5,554 6,301 300 3,630 4,255 174 609 662
December 649 ,9,189 10,788 223 5,461 6,628 260 3,146 3,527 166 583 633
1945 - January 644 9,812 11,382 283 '6,517 7,325 230 2,852
February
3,369 131 444 689
599 9,539 11,146 290 6,760 7,637 192 2,381 3,052 117
March 398 457
613 9,939 11,504 295 6,899 7,681 216 2,678 3,412 102 362 414
April 589 9,790 10,912 288 6,994 7,515 200 2,440 2,962 101 356 435
May 617 10,080 11,378 290 7,035 7,908 218 2,660 3,009
June 551' 9,111 10,675 258 109 385 460
6,340 7,550 200 2,440 2,712 93 331 414
July 521 8,688 - 10,185 254 6,223 7,402 175 2,135 2,372 92 328 411
August 269 4,422 5,160 135 3,425 4,020 60 732 813 74 . 265 327
SUEO4ARY
1940 (6 Months) 164 1,205 1,2050 1 39 .390 101 1,016 1,0160 62 151 1510
1941 532 3,762 3,780 7 256 256 264 2,714 2,714 261 "794 812
1943 1,984 18,248 19,969 116 2,667 2,734 1,236 14,051 15,519 632 1,531 1,717
1944 7,012 55,496 63,313 536 12,605 13,920 2,906 33,978 38,627 3,570 8,919 10,766
19454 9,834 113,618 .129,709 1,865 45,080 50,757 4,927 59,715 68,280 3,042 8,826 10,671
1945 (8 Months 4,403 71,381 82,344 2,093 50,193 57,038 1,491 18,318 21,701 819 2,869 3,607
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 23,929 263,710 300,320 4,618 110,840 124,744 10,925 129,792 147,857 8,386° 23,090 27,724
Ia Including all cemercial transports 12-place or more.
b The airframeweightdata shown in the detailon typesof transportsare not adjusted for rounding;thereforethey do cot necessarily
add to
the monthly totals shown in this column.
C Excluding equivalent airframeweight of spareparts; thesedata are not available.

PRODUCTION, JULY;,1,4940-AUGUST 31, 1945


SEPTEMBER I, 1945
20 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AtIRPLANES
HEAVYTRANSPORT, 4-ENGINE

TOTALHEAVYTRANSPORT,k-ENIN LIBERATOR
EXPRESS

Complete Unite A0f~C5 (5) C6


WighfraeC-(R3)pe Ce- A-314 0-87 N-S Coronado J2
PERIOD a Arfa e uigteo
Complete D- yp
Skymter ltin(l1-2)Clipper
ose- (NYi,- 2) Corona

Number Weight Spae rp±ts lType) Typ/


(000 lb.) (000l.

I1940 - July 0 09 39
August 0 0 0d
September 0. 0
October 0 0
November 0 0
December
0 0 *0
1941 -.January 0 0 0
February 0 39
March 39
1 1
April 39 39 1
1 39 39
May 1 1
June 39 39 1
July 2 78 78 2
August 0 0 0 Program
September 0 0 0 complete
October 0 0 0
November 0 0 0
December 0 0 0
1942 - January 0 0
February 1 20 20 1.
March 1 26 26 1 0
April 46 46 1 1
May" 4 79 79 3 0
June 99 99 3 1
26 Program
July 26 1 Complete
August 1 132 132 5
September 1k 312 312 9
October 292 298 5
13 8
November 13 261 298 0 13
December 274 27k 2 11
13
1943 - January 307 321 4 10
February 15 328 346 k 11
March w12 267 281 8
April 15 33k 356 5 10
May 12 280 311 6 6
June 15 329 381 4 11
July 17 389 429 " 11
August 17 382 397
September 19 435 4714 8 11
October 16 369 ko7 7 9
November 13 313 464 8 5
December 18 k33 462 11 7
'944 - January 23 540. 587 .11 11 1
February 33 772 861 12 16
March ko 5
925 14 21 5.
April 47 1,117 1,169 18 21 7
May 47 1,113 1,22k 2k 21 2
June 1,389 1,k36 30 21 6
July 57 1,377 1,4k83 32 20
August 5
59 1,500 1,639 44 9 6
September 46 1,216 1,385 42 Program k
October 39 1,051 1,185 37 complete Program
November 39 1,037 1,172 39 complete
,December 1,470 1,6714 53
1945 - January 63 1,67? 1,9014
February 79 2,118 2,316 71,
March 83 2,235 2,56k 78
April 88 2,4914 2,790 86
May 87 2,4k67 2,958 87
June 9k 2,655 3,025 89
July 99 2,728 3,110 95
August 75 2,075 2,362 73
SUMM4ARY
190 (6 Months) 1 39 39df
i
1941
194~2
6
70
2311k'
1,567
234
1,6101
II 0,0
26
0
0
0.
.6
0.

0
0
0
0
0.
0
0
0
0
41 0 - 03
1943 183 4,166 4,629 72 1 0 110 0 0 0
1945 (8 Months) 668 18,449 21,029 635 10 0 0 23 0 0

CUMULATIVE TOTAL 1,k72 37,962 42,335 1,089 14 6 291 27 41 3


PACE REFERENCE TO PLANT - - 41,42 47 34 37 38
-_ 38 36
a Including 1 S-307 Stratoliner in July 1940.
b Including 5 C-87' e delivered me AT-22's - 1 each month June through October 1943.
o Production prior to January 19k4ie shown me Patrol Bomber, k-engine.
d Excluding equivalent airframe weight of spare pata; these data are not available.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945


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AIRPLANES
HEAVY T RA
S
N~
n P -TE
tOR , EN
c2- INE.

TOTAL HEAVY TRANSPORTS, 2-N, INE

CompleteUnite
Airframe C-46 a C8
PIOAifmeWeight of R50)
(C-55, Packet
PROAifaeComplete Command~o
Number Welight Unite plue
(000.Th.) SparePart:
(000 lb.)

1940 - July
August
September
October
November
December

1941 - January .
February
March9
April
May
June 1 22. 22 1

July 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0
November 0 0 0 0
December 0 0 0 0

1942 - January00
February 0 000
March 0' 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0. 0
June, 1 24 24 1

July 4 96 96 4
August 7 167 167 7
September 10 259 '259 10
October 8 t 191 215 8
November 1 24 24 1
December 15 359 359 15

1943- January 24 574 645 24


February 14 355359 14
March 23 550 588 .23
April' 26 621 659 26
May 25 598 621 25
34 81 886 54
June
July 54 8135 910 34
August 54 815 910 54
September 58 908 1,044 14
October 14 335 465 1
November 58 1,586 1,469 58
December 29 695 735 29
1944 - January 58 908 .979 58
February 50 717 814 50
March 71- 1,697 2,257 71
April 92 2,199 2,575 92
May 81 1,956 2,106 81
June 64 1,550. 1,757 64

July 125 2,988 5,255 ]25


August 114 2,725 5,015 114
September 170 4,063 4,496 170
October 180 4,502 4,850 '180
November 189 4,517 5,12918
December. 167 3,991 4,954 167

1945 - January 220 4,840 5,421 220


February 211 4,642 5,321 211
March 212 4,664 5,117 212
April 200 4,500 4,725 200
May 205 4,568 4,950 205
June - 164 3,685 4,525 162 2
July 155 3,495 4,292 155 0
August 60 1,550 1,658 60 0

SIM4AEY
1940 (6 Months) 0 0 0 0 0
1941 1, 22 22 1 0
1942 46 1,100 1,124 46 0
1943 35 8,459' 9,291 353 0
1944 1,521 51,575 35,963 1,321 0
1945 (8 Months) 1,425 31,744 36,009 1,425 2

TOTAL
CUMULATIVE ,146 72,878 82,409 ,144 2

PAGEREEEANCETO PLANT - - 39,40,46 4

a The only 0-55was accepted in June 1941.

PRODUCTION, JULY'1,1940-AUGUST 31, 6945 SEPTEMBER 1,1945 20-029


22 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE :(

AI RPLANES
MEDIUM TRANSPORT, 2-ENGINE

_____________________
____________ (Unit ,-Each)_______ _____________

DC-3 TYPE
SKYTRAIN-OR
SKYTROOPER

Total.
Mdium a c-60 (Rso) YC-76 ZC-76 s4 09)R3D
PERIOD Transport
2-engine
C-47,C-53
(N14D)
C-117 Lodestar Caravan Conest(c-9a) (205)
(Cersotoea
(Cargo and. (rsponnel.
Troop Carrier) Taaot

1940 - July 17 10 3 4
August 19 5 14 0
September 16 10 3 3
October 18 10 71
November 26 13 12 .1 Program
December 5 2 3 0 complete
1941 - January 23 12 10 1.
February 38 21 17 Program
March 19 12 7 complete
April 16 10 6
May 23 15 "8
June 18 1l. 7
July 17 12 5
August 27 9 18
September 23 . 16 7
October 19 19 0
November 12 1.1 1
December 29 17 12
1942 - January 31 29 2
February 49 47 2
March 68 57 11
April. 123 110 13
May 87. 86 1
June 87 70 17
July 173 157 16
August 132 112 20
September 103 89 14
October 96 6531
November 128 1o04 24
December 159 131 28
1943 - January 157 130 27
February 171 136 34 1
March 205 192 13 0
April. 237 195 42 0
May 244 208 36 0
June 258 227 31 0
July 278 238 40 0
August 249. 223 26 0
September 269 241. 19 9
October 258 242 13 3
November 268 257 9 22
December. 312 305 7 0
19144
- January 347 342 Program 5
February 431 427 complete 4
March 478 476 1.1
April 477 477 Program 0
May 576 573 cmlee3
June 548 co4plet

July 471 469 2


August 409 405 4
September 315 312 3
October 315 312.
November 300 300 Program
December 260 260 complete
1945 - January .230 230
February 192 192
March 216 216
April 200 200
May 218 217 1
June 200 197 .3
July 175 173 2
August 60 514 6
SUMM4ARY
1940 (6 Months) 101 50 0 42 0 1 0 8
1941 2614 165 0 98 0 1 0 0
1942 1,236 1,057 0 179 0 0 0 0
1943 2,906 2,5914 0 297 15 0 0 0
19414 4,927 4,900 0 0 10 0 17 0
1945 (8 Months) 1,1491 1,1479 12 0 0 0 0 0
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 10,925 10,2145 12 616 25 2 17 8

PAGEREFERENCE
ToPLANT - 41,42 42 47 40 36 35 41
a Including C-48, C-49, C-50, C-51, C-52, and. 0-68- all D0-3 types.
b Including 0-56, C-57, C0-59, C-66, 18,:.18-07, and. 18-08.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 PRDCIN>UYI 90 UUT3,14 SEPTEMBER I, 1945


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OMPUS, SPECIAL. RELEASE 2

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LIGHT TRANSPORT, 2"ENGINE

___
___ ___ __ _ ( (A _ ___ __d__ ___)__ __ ___ ___ __

n6S 4) CAJ Gooeee va

1910..July 77
Auut2 1 3,0
September 1 0 1 o
October 1 1 0 0
November 5' 2 03
December" 5 2 03
1941 -January
February
4 0 13
3 0 1 2
March 2 1 . 0 1
Apil 673 24 1
140 3June
742 0 1
Jy85Augut 26 16 1
September 12 36
10 0 2 0
October 8 0. 3 5 0
November 4 0 0 4 0
December 7 0 3 1 3
1942 -January 14 '0 4 3 7
February 15, 0 6 54

April 7 0 Program 4 3
May 8 0 complete 4 4
June 7 0 3 4
July 15 0 6 145
Augut 13 0 6 31
September 63 0 56, 3 4
October 38 0 35 1
November 85 0 71 8 6
December 21 0 13, 5 3
4
19 3 -January 137 2 126 5 14
February7106842
March 259 0 25084 5
April 259 1 250 4 14
May 209 1 200 4 4
June .. 209,-9200 1
July 252 323, 5 6
August 261 2 250 4 5
September
October
260
265
00
3 250:
.5 5
November
6 6
247 16 216 8 '
December 290 -32 250 4 4
19414- January 243 55 180 44
February 240 70 160 6.4
March 187 46 131 6
April 4
62 53 Program 6 3
May
June
120
131
108
122
coomplete 6 5
6 3
July 171+ 1014 6 4
Auguet 119 108 7 4
September 111 100 .714
October 108 98
November 7 3
110 98 69
December 107 98 3
1945 January 81 72
February 5 - 4
March 8393 714691 rga
April 7 33 Progmt
May 8 81 13copeeJn8173
July 82 7
August 69 66 3
SUMM4ARY
1940(6 Months) 21 12 0 2
1941 8 0
94 41 - 0 19 23 11
1942 30017 1449 50
1943
19414
2,722
1,652
60
1,060
2,5148 0 58 56
1945(8 Months)
471 0 77 44
629 591 0 0 31 7
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 5,418 1,763 .3,206 ,35 2166 168
PAE C2 To0PLANT - 32 35 47 45 45

r1VJWU,'UYI 14-UUT3,44
PRODUCTION, JULY I,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
SEPTEMBER),. 945
OMPUS SPECIA~LRELEASE

AlIRPLANES
LIGHT TRANSPORT, I-ENGINE

________________
__________________ _________(Unit -Each)______________________________

Total a c-61, uo-61 uo-I# G


Lht (GE-1, F-24). C+, C-4 (GBD1744) 8125 LEA IDA * (MA-15)
PERIOD Transport borwarder Noreeman _ Traveler Duck Nightingale
1-engine

1940 - July
Auguet 5
September 0 1 8
October 6 0 8
November 0 0 9
December 3 0 Program 1
complete
1941 - January 0 0 l
February 0 0 0
March 0 0 0
April 0 0 1
May 0 0 1
June 0 0 1 Program
complete
July 1 2 1
August 2 3 0
September 6 4 0
October 9 4 0
November 8 4 0
December 25 6 1 6
1942 - January 23 0 4
.February 0
11 0 0 0
March 14 0 8
April 1
18 0 Program 2-
May 10 6 complete
June 0
27 1
3
July 28 12
August 14
0 3
September 0 11 5
October 0
1 ' 6 1
November 0 15
December 0
15 17 0
1943 - January 27 3 6
February 0
30 7 10 0
March 35 9 20 0
April 31 6 15 0
May 31 19 25
June 1
31 11 16 0
July 31 16 11
August 0
32 23 14 1
September 32 27 9
October 1
40 22 16 u
November 40 28 4
December 15
40 38 11 40
1944 - January 40 40 13
February 40 47
23 38
March 14 43 42
April 40 38
39 29
May 50 49 37
June 16
40 6 Program
July complete
40 27 11
August 40 53 Program
September 37 31 complete
October 59 6,
November Program 44
December complete 39
1945 -January 30
February 23
March 5
April 10
May 10
June 2
July 0
August 2
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 41 14 0 1 25 0 1 0 0
191167 51 6 23 0 3 3 69 6
1942 332 147 1 71 0 12 0 75 26
1943 848 400 209 157 0 0 0 13 69
1944s 1,390 400 454 161 0 0 0 198 177
1945 (8Months) 190 0 82 0 0 0 0 108 0
CUMITVE TOTAL 2,968 1,012 752 413 25 15 4 463 - 278

PAGE REFERENCE TO PLANT -43 49 32 52 39 39 36,45 46


a Including 5 I-S'sin September 1941 and 1 55 in August1941.

1,1940-AUGUST 31,
JULY1,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, ~945
PRODUCTION, 1945 I, 1945
SEPTEMBER
OMPUS :SPECIAL RELEASE.2

AlIRPLANES
ADVANCED TRAINER, 2-ENGINE

_______________________________
___________(Unit r Each) ______________

'otal. AT7, AT-11


Advanced (SiB,C-l8S) AT-10 AT-21 AT-8, AT-17 AT-18 AT-23
PERIOD Trainer Navigator Wichita Gunner (T-50) AT-9 Huso (B-26Type)
2-engine or Bobcat Marauder
Kansan

1940 - July
Augsut
September
October 3 3
November 5
December 7 1 6

1941 -January 5 0 5
February 18 2 16
March 32 7 25
April 46 14 32
May 55 15 40O
June 63 16 47

July 78 10 68
August 63 2 61
September 117 26 89 2
October 1314 38 914 2
November 120 38 1 68
December 123 22 0 73 28
1942 - January 206 47 0 95 64~
February 260 68 4 98 90
March 297 53 0 137 107
April 278 92 13 73 100
May 346 106 26 129
June 208 76 40 92 05
0
July 252 79 62 111
August 392 115 128 914 55
September 343 101 1614 32 46
October 259 28 98 59 714
November 385 95 138 113 39
December 621 170 150 215 53 33
1943 - January 426 117 131 99 33 46
February 499 122 123 182 Program 72
March 310 107 126 Program complete 77
April. 327 110 145 complete 72
May 259 109 150 Program
June 244 96 148 Complete

July 302 153 149


August 240 162 78
September 193 110 35 1 47
October 221 118 40 1
November 165 120 45 0 Program
December 173 122 45 6 complete
191414January 177 132 45. 0
February 175 122 45 8
March 160 107 45 8
April 150 87 52 11
May 149 72 60 17
June 116 62 314 20

July 1214 51 17
August 90 514 Program 36
September 52 26 complete 26
October 44 20 214
November Program Program Program
December complete complete complete
1945 - January
February
March
April
may
June
July
August
SUMMARY
194(6 Months) 15
i 9 0 0 6 0 0 0
1941 8514 190 1 0 618 45 0 0
1942 3,8147 1,030 823 0 1,2148 713 33 0.
1943 3,359 1,1446 1,215- 8 281 33 267 109
19451,237t738 030 0600 0 0 0
191451(81,237s 738 00320167
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 9,312 3,413 2,371 175 2,153 791 300 109

PAGEREFS NCE TO PLANT - 32 32,1414 33,143,148 35 40 47 48

SEPTEMBER I, 945
PRODUCTION, JULY
PRODUCTION,
1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
SEPTEMBER I, 1945
28 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES
TRAINER

(Unit, Each)
ADVANCED,
1-EfGIlR BASIC

AT-6, AT-
PERIOD (SN, A-66 A-13, T-i -BT-14
Total Texan or Reliant AT-12 RH SNC (22) Total (SsV) Sophomore (NA-64)
Valiant Yale
Falcon

1940- July 36 28 8 103 10 93


August 34 26 8 84 29 55
September 52 4s 7 55 .44 1
October 75 70 5 41 40
November 69 62 7 67 67 Program
December 187 179 8 25 25 complete
1941 - January 147 144 3 69 69
February 228 212 Program 16 15 15
March 186 168 complete 18 84 84
April 190 188 2 125 125
May 28 27 1 16 136
June 177 177 0 154 154

July 155 130 25 198 198


August 235 213 20 192 192
September 164 136 28 215 215
October 270 228 42 257 257
November 211 184 27 233 233
December 227 218 9 163 163

1942 - January 329 240 89 327 327


February 184 175 9 351 351
March .212 212 0 325 325
April 259 250 9 338 338
May 309 276 33 325 325
June 344 302 42 306 306
July 408 358 50 316 316
Auguat 447 407 40 403 403
September 553 542 11 369 369
October 439 49 Program 349 349
November 455 454 1 complete 322 322
December 492 490 1 1 402 401 1

1943 - January 506 500 3 3 375 375 0


February 524 514 3 7 372 372 0
March 550 523 11 16 450 450 0
April 576 547 15 14 370. 370 0
May 588 561 20 7 323 320 3
June 581 543 26 12 280 275 5

July 482 444 25 13 300 297 3


Augut 309 246 25 38 329 320 9
September 362 307 25 30 328 325 3
October 334 285 26 23 316 316 Program
November 360 300 25 35 314 314 complete
December 300 268 26 6 315 315

1944 - January 275 254 21 Program 310 310


February 223 200 23 complete 310 310
March 256 233 23 260 260
April 273 250 23 175 175
May 338 311 27 180 180
June 136 110 26 48 48

July 427 401 26 Program Program


Augut 350 323 27 complete complete
.September 376 350 26
October 356 330 26
November 350 330 20
December 252 252 Program
complete
1945 - January 207 207
February 180 180
March 176 176
April 168 168
May 184 184
June 150 150
July 110 110
Augut 62 62

SIMMARY
1940 (6 Month) 453 410 0 43 0 0 375 215 0 160
1941 2,426 2,235 0 3 0 188 1,841 1,841 0 0
1942 4,431 4,145 2 0 1 283 4,133 4,132 1 0
1943 5,472 5,038 230 0 204 0 4,072 4,049 23 0
1944 3,612 3,344 268 0 0 0 1,283 1,283 0 0
1945 (8 Mnths )1,237 1,237 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0

CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 17,631. 16,409 500 46 205 471 11,704 11,520 24 160

PAE REFERENCE
To PLANT - 49,50 38 52 46 40 - 36 44 50

1945 SEPTEMBER I. 1945


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PRIMARY TRAINER

__________________
______ _______________ (Unit -Each) __________ ____ ____ ____

TotO
Piary PT-26 PT-27 (IMIsTM PT-214 PT-18 N3N rutor 1; 1NE4Type)
T'N0
rineir (M-62)
TanrCornell
(525, A75L3) Recuit MothTuo.(-Tpe
Kydet ert

1940 -July 114 27 60 1 _ 22


August 1314 29 74 15 9 7 14
September 181 47 50 16 40 28 0
October 192 49 61 9 45 28 0
November 159 42 73 18 2 214 0
December 171 33 67 32. 0 59 0

1941 - January 0
310 29 157 18 51 55
February 202 72 60 20 50 0
0
March 2714 1614 0 *0
April 50
3314 62 222 0 Program 50 0
May 281 42 188 0 complete 0
50 1
June 3814 75 2314 25 0 0
50
July 0
391 87 155 99 50 0
August 392 69 193 78 0
50 2
September 369 81 192 34. 50
October 11 0
458 116 186 86 50 20
November 411' 92 151 103 50 15 0
December 446. 129 107 144 0,
5 314 27
1942 - January 471 112 0
122 115 110 Program 12
February 361 115 122 58 complete 0
514 12
March 521 120 189 180 0 2 214 0
6
April 538 131 191 53 31 0 102 0
30
May 637 125 195 172 Program 0 23 122 0
June 376 126 171 73 complete 0 5 Program
complete 0
July 369 j 150 171 28 1 19
August 375 191 180 Program Program 0
September 313 165 145 complete complete 0
October 3 0
335 127 206 2
November 444 1914 250 0 0
December 480 202 275 0
3
1943 - January 0
462- 212 250 0
February 456 209 235 32 0
March 5114 250 250 114 0
April 588 291 275 22 0
May 646 342 275 0
29
June 660 355 275 25 5
July 642 377 240 25 Program
August 6814 1399 250 35 complete
September 658 230 25
October 647 422 197 28
November 555 437 86 32
December 5214 444 80 Program
complete
19144- January 350 275 75
February 266 197 69
March 2214 149: 75
April 177 116 61
May 73 Program 73
June 63 complete 63
July 80 80
August 65
September 45 45
October 30 30
November 32 32
December 40 40
1945 - January 45 45
February 27 27
March Program Program
April complete complete
May
June
July
August
SUMMARY
19b(6 Months) 951 227 385 70 0 97' 168 0 0 0 4
192141 4,252 912 2,009 607 5 53 589 0 76 0 1
1942 5,220 1,758 2,217 679 195 0 0 15 125 230 1
1944 7,036 4,141 2,6143 0 0 0 0 247 0. 0 5
19145184ota 1,1445 737 708 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
CUMULATIVETOTAL 18,976 7,775 8,0314 1,356 200 150' 757 262 201 230 11
PAGE REFERENCE TO PLANT - 32,143,141+ 34 52 41 34 49 53 53
_________________ 46,53 51 52,53
Including- 5 YPT25 e in June 1943; 4 STO's (PT-20) in July 19140; and 2 PT-14+a -,1in September 1941 and 1 in June 1942.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940- AUGUST 31,1945


SEPTEMBER I. 1945aso-wtl
28 OMPUS SPECIAL. RELEASE

AlIRPLANES
COMMUN ICATI ON

__________________
________ _______(Unit - Eaoh) ____ ___ ___

GRASSHOPPERTYPE E 8L1002T12

Commul. L-5 -2 0-
PERIOD cmatin (entineL (-27) L-j L-4 L 4 L-6 (0-49 Other a
cio
Setnl (-5) (0-58) (SE, 0-.59 L-1 Vigilant Total R2,, R-6

1940 -July
Auguet
September 1
October 0
November 0
December 0

1941 - January 0
February 2 2
March -9 9
April 15 15
May 8 8
June 17 17
July 22 22
August 30 30.
September 46 4 I4 27
October 10 0 0 10
November 20 40 5
December. 26 0 0 26
1942 - January 93 0 0 95..
February 518 5 210 56
March 335 78 179 3
April 358 84 Program
185
May 294 114 complet~
June 270 61 139
July 515 1355 128
August 290 80 155
September 182 128
October 220 74 118 1
November 242 3 60 169 1
December 261 7 27 86 135 8
1943 - January 504 27 101 92 73 11 0
February 265 21 90 10 125 19 0
March 346 72 100 0 109 0
April 197 72 69 0 I4 52 0
May 419 73 127 79 75 .0
June 356 80 45 47 .167 17 0
July 401 102 101 55 140 1 0
August 566 l104 104 50 104 Program 2
September 518 125 84 355 71 complete l
October 478 14C 130 63 140 2
November 466 150 110 55 147 0
December 461 150 100 50 160 0
1944 - January 422 1355 100 55 131 0
February 381 125 100 25 125 0
March 279 122 26 Program 125 0Oi
April 252 100 Program complete 150 0
may 285 104 complete 175 0
June 514 105 202 0
~Tuly 317 100 200 0,
August 318 108 200 0
September 318 100 200 0
October 512 110 -186 0
November 257 115 110 0
December 256 139 100 0
1945 - January 215 156 47 0'
February 269 154 100 0
March 500 165 111 0
April 284 151 101 0
May 286 163 100 2 1
June 512 156 150 3 Progream
July 519 110 165 Prom complete
August 147 50 60 complete
StM ANY
1940 (6,Months) 1 0o .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
1941 270 0 24 24 44 0, 0 171 7 0 0 0
1942 3,174 10 529 815 1,625 0 10 152 35 0 0 0
1943 4,577 1,116 1,161 522 1,319 0 240 0 5 14 14 0
1944 ,691 1,561. 226 80 1,904 0 0 0 0 120 115 5

1945 (8Monthsl 2,150 1,105 0 0 814 5 0 0 1 207 11 196


CMLTVTOTAL 15,643 5,590 1,940
1,459 5,706 5 250 524 48 541 140 201
PAGE REFERENCE TO PLANlT - 38 53. 52 51 51 46 37 38 ,44,6 - 53 49.
a including 6 Y0-60's(Autogyro)-- 2 in Auguet;1 inSeptember,2 in November 1945,end1 inMay 1945;,19 L-7'ein October1942;8 L-8'ein Novenber
1942; 8 L-9's in October 1942; end 7 2-390's (PA-39) in September 1941.

940- AUGUST31, 1945


JULY1,I,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
PRODUCTION, SEPTEMBER I, 1945
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 29

SPECIAL PURPOSE AIRCRAFT

ALL SPECIAL PURPOSEAnnCtA-TEARMY-- NAVY__

___Complete 'Unute TOE


Arframe Axiam
PQ-14 P@-& Aviation
Weight of (TD2C) (TOC) PQ-12 TD3R TON TOO
PERIOD Airframe Complete Jamestown Interstate Culver
Culver C lver Pleetwinge Niaval
Number Weight Unite plus New York Dekaib Aircraft Wichita
Bristol
(000 lb.) Spare partsI
Wichita
Kansas
Wichita
Kansas
Pa. and
Interstate
Illinois ~hiledelphi Knsas
(000 lb.) Dekaib
i -i -u a i + Illinois
-
1940 - July
August
September
October
November
December

1941 - January
February
March
April
May
June

July
August
September
October
November
December

1942 - January 8 8
February 14 14
March 25 25
April 6 6
May 70 70
June 35 35
July 14
August 14
0 0)
September 0 0
October 0 0
November 0 0
December 11 0 11

1943 - January, 0
February 0 0 0
March 46 12
April 68 53 15
May 72 46 26
June 36 30
1 1
July 47 23 1 2
August 42 1
September 23 0 3 20
October 92 1 66 85
November 33 Program 27
December 21 complete 8 8 5
1944 - January 23 18 5 Program
February 25 5 20 Program complete
March 49 0 40 complete
April 0 30
May 51 0 1
June 137 0 15

July 141 0 10
August 145 3 28 4
September 129 Program 19 0
October 110 complete Program 0
November 115 complete
December 111 1
1945 - January 112 Program
February 80 complete
March 85
April 80
May 80
June 80
July 96
Augut 50 45 46Q5
1
SUMMARY
1910 (6 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1941 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 '0 0 0
1942 183 119 119 0 172 0 0 0 11 0
1943 493 428 449 .0 200 0 8 0 84 201
1944 1,081 1,320 133 877 0 8 181 10 5 0
1945 (8 Monthe) 663 58 612 { 663 0 0 0___0__0 o0
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 2,420 , ,5 2,565j 1,540 372 8 189 10 100 201

31, 945 SEPTEMBER I, 945


PRODUOTlON, JULY
PRODUCTION, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
JULY I,I,1940-AUGUST
SEPTEMBER I, 1945
30 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

OTHER AIRCRAFT
GLIDERS
(Unit - Each)________
TROOPCARRIERS

Ttla Navy Traning

PEIOD Gliders-ad
Total 30- place 15-place 9- plece Purpose 3- place

1940 - July
August
September
October
November
December

1941 -January
February
March
April
May
June

July
August
September
October
November
December

1942 - January 3 3
February 9 9
March 3 3
April 66
May 7 7
June 13 13L:j

July 22 22
August 68 68
September 230 40 20 190
October 229 246 24e6 203
November 609 404 203 1 205
December 190 113 113 0 77

1943 - January 309 188 165 23 1217


February 294 245 213 32 49
March 407 329 324 25 58 L
April 523 273 260 13 5
May 639 587 581 6 52
673 624 644 Program 2l
June
complete
July 678 671 671 7
August 613 613 613 Program
September 521 521 521 complete
October 595 595 595
November 229 229 229
December 597 597 1 5967

1922 - January 572 572 2 572 I -


Ferur 54 5 0 554
March' 565 565 1 562
April 480 480 3 4 77
May 528 548, 2 546
June 459 459 6 453

July 304 302 15 287 2


August 163 163 25 138 0
Septemb~er 156 156 22 132 0 -
October 228 227 6 221 1
November 194 172 18 152 22
December 209 209 .18 -191 0

1925 - January 290 290 5 285 0 _


February 323 323 6 337 0
March 277 270 5 265 7
April 265 265 Program 265 0 ,
May 4o 532 complete 532 8
June 563 563 563 0
July F32 531 531 1
August 2212 239 259 3.7
SUMMRAY
190 (6Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1941 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1942 1,609 803 0 802 1 0 806
1943 6,298 5,932 1 5,832 99 0 366
19224.4,234 2,209 120 2,289 0 25 0_______________
1925 (8 Months) 3,252 3,233 16 3,217 0 1901-

CUMULATIVE TOTAL 15,793 12,577 137 12,320 1a0 22 1,172

a Excluding bomb gliders.

I 1

945
31,1945 SEPTEMBER L 1945
PRODUCTION, JULYI,I,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 1940-AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER I. 1945 se-oat
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE." 31

OTHER AIRCRAFT
AIRSHIPS, BARRAGE BALLOONS, AND SPECIAL DEVICES

_________________________ (Unit__-_Each) _________________

AfISHIPS BARAGEACSLLCONS SPECIAL DEVICES

l!-- a L JB-2
PEIDPatrol Traiing Navy Army McSonnell (Jet Bomb)
Toteal ZNP-K end- ZNN-L and- Total Tyes Enginee Total Memphis Republic
Long Island-

19110- July
August
September
October
November
December

19111- January
February 1 .1 Data Data'
March 0 0 not not
April 0 0 available available
May 0 0
June 1 1
July 0 0 9
August 0 0 9
Septemiber 1 1 0
October 9
1 1 0 9
November 1 '1 0 10
December 1 1 0 10
19112- January 1 499 20 1179'.
0 1
February 2 0 2 481 20 161
March 0 2 512 20 192
April 2
1 0 511 20 191
May 1 1 0 5911 20 5711
June 1 1 0 672 632
July
1 1 0 593 311 559
August 2 2 0 *591 116 5455
September 722
5 " 5 0 311 688
October
November 11 0 766 50 716
1 855 Program 855
December 3 889 complete 889
3 0
19113
- January
*6 5 1 772 772
February
6 0 7115 7415
March 8
April 7 1 5119 5119
7 .5 2 3311 3311
May 265 265
June 9 9 0
12 10 2 2641 2611
July 2 229
13 11 229
August' 161
10 7 3 161
September 2 130 130
October 7 5
8 6 2 711 714
November Program
8 7 1 Program
December 12 11 1 complete complete
19441- January
5" 5 Program
February complete
March 7 7
6 6
April 11 11
May Program Program
June complete complete.
July
August
September
October
November
December

19415- January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August

St' ARY
1940(6 Months) 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0
19411 6 11 2 * 56 I 0 0 0
19112 26 20 6 7,685 3011 7,381 0 0 0
19413 106 89 17 3,523 0 3,523 0 0 0
19441 22 22 0 0 0 0 76 0 76
19415 (8 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,281 19 1,262
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 16o 135 25 *' 360 * 1,357 19 1,538
o.Juice ofi la isip n aytyebraebalos .S.Nv eat
;ent(Officeof Procurement and Material).
Army Engineers type barrageballoons: U. S. War Department';(Corpsof Engineers).
Special Devices: Same sourceasairplanes.
Stage of'Completion - Airships: Deliveries to and acceptances
by Navy.
nlirrageBalloons: Deliveriesfrom plants to Army and-Navy.
SpecialDevices: Acceptances at plants.
a Deliveriesunavailableprior to 19112.
* Not available.

1-'NUUUCI ION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 945


PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST' 31, 1945
SEPTEMBER I, 1945 an-cal
32 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

AESOSCA,MIDDLETOWNIO1 BEECH, WICHITA, EANSAS

Expedtor
AT-7, AT-i1
PEIDaF 119l-2 UC-145 (ulIB, C-1811) AT:-10
PEIDTotal. (0-58) PT-29 Total (Photo- (GB, -175) INavigator Wcita
PT-25 C~-145, -5 graphc Taelr o
Grasshopper Cornell (Jms, C-las heric Traveller ao
1 -) C-145)

1940 - July 6 5
August 1
September 0 1
October 1 0
November 7 2 0 1
December 2 0
1941 - January 0 0 0
February 2 0 0 2
March 6 1 0 7
April 10 2 0 14
May 18 5 0 15
June 20 4 0 10

July 17 5 2 10
August 21 3 2
4 40 10 4 26
September 9 10
October 0 0 42 0 4 38
November 20 20 43 4 38 1
0 22 0
December 0 0 - 28 0
0
1942 - January 0 0 47 0
0 .47 0
February 5 5 72 0 4
0
March 78 78 53 0 53
0
April 814 84 105 0 92 13
0 106
May 114 114 158 1
0 40
June 61 61 117 76
0 12
July 1355 1355 155 79 62
0 12 128
August 80 80 246 115
0 101 1u64
September .)6 36 276 11
0 98
October 75 714 152 0
6 28
November 014 60 4 248 15 95 158
0~ 17
December 97 86 11 557 170- 150

1943 - January 111 92 19 256 2 b 117 131


February 45 10 33 2514 0 10 122 122
March 43 0 45 251 0 20 107 1214
April 66 0 66 201 1 15 110 135
May 137 65 72 271 1 25 109 136
June 117 47 70 239 0 16 96 127

July 126 55 71 291 3 11 153 1214


August 126 50 76 226 2 14 162 48
September 108 35 75 119 0 9' 110 Program
October 143 65 80 157 5 16 118 complete
November 151 55 76 140 16 4 120
December 125 50 75 165 322 11 122

19144- January 150 55 75 200 55 13 152


February 75 25 50 215 70 23 122
March 514 Program 514 i9 46 42 107
April 46 complete 46 169 55 29 87
May Program Program 217 108 37 72
June complete complete 190 122 6 62

July 171 1014 11 56


August 162 108 Program 514
September 130 100 complete 20
October 126 98 20
November 1014 98 Program
December. 100 98 compleste

1945 - January 81 72
February 72 67
March 81 79
April 75 75
May 81 81
June 78 76
July 78 77
August 67 66

SUMMARY
1940(6 Months) 0 0 0 22 11 1 1 9 0
1941 29 214 255 41 0 23 190 1
1942 829 813 -l1 1,9214 0 0 71 1,030 823
19143 1,276 522 7514 2,610 60 0 157 1,446947
191414 305 80 225 1,979 1,060 20 161 75-5 0
1945 (8Months) 0 0 0 613 591 22 0 0 0

CUMULATIVETOTAL 2,439 1,439 995 7,403 1,763 43 413 5,1413 1,771

PAGE REFERENCETO MODEL - 28 27- 23 18 214 25 25


aIncluding 5 1-S models in September19141.

31, 945
1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
JULY 1,1940-AUGUST SEPTEMBER I, 945
PRODUCTION, JULY
PRODUCTION,
SEPTEMBER I, 1945 as-031
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 33

AIRPLANES BYPLANT

__________________________
______________(Unit - Each)_________

BELL, BUFFALO,NEW
YOK

Bell Relianca
Atlanta, Georgia NewCastle b
PERIOD B-29 a P-39 (P-400) P-63; RP-63 P-59 Delaware
Suierfortree Total' iracobra Kinguobra Airacoaet
(etprpele)21ne AT-D

1940 - July
August
September 1
October 2
November 0
December 10
1941 - January 3
February 6
March 11
April 1 P
Mayp 15 0
June 37 1
July 50 '0
August 158 0
September 128 0
October 198 0
November 128 0
December 191 0
1942 - January 179 0
February 113 0
March 141 0
April 52 0
May 86 0
June 227 0
July 185 0
August 188 0
September 93 0
October 129 0
November 277
December 302 0
1943 - January 330 0
February 385 0
March 472 0
April 511 0
May 312
June 0
437 0
July 503
August 0
501 1 0
September 280 0 0
October 420
November 0 0
403 0 0
December
391 0 0
191414- January 351 0 0
February 350 0 0
March 300 0 1
April 252 0 1
May 201 6 4
June 150 0 3
July 112 2 4
August 13 2 8
September Program 8
October 6
complete 6 12
November
December 7 Program
2 complete
1945 - January
February 5
March 5
April 5
8
May 6
June Program
July complete
August
SUMMARY
1940 (6Months) 0 17 13 0 0 0
1941 0 927 926 0 .0 3
1942 0 1,972 1,972 0 0 0
19143 4 4,9714 4,945 28 1 0
19144 201 3,5148 1,729 1,786 . 33 39
1945 (8 Monthas447 1,1489 0 1,1456 29 0
CUUAIE OA 9 12,923 9,585 3,270 63 - 42
PAGEREFERENCETO MODEL 7 16 16 15l~ - 18, 25
October1940,and.1 in May 1941.
3 YO-5O'u- 2 in April end. 1 in June 1941.
'' hclui.1ng

1945
JULY I, I940-AUGL$121, 1945
-'HODUCTIOM, SEPTEMBER I, 945
PRODUCTION,JULY 1,1940-AUGUS't31,
SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
34 OMPUS SPECIAL "RELEASE

AIRPLANES EY PLANT

(Unit - Each)______

BOEING,SEATTLEANDRENTON BOEING(SERA) ICHITA#1 KANSAS


Boeing -_____
Vancouver Boeing
British Wichita #
Columbia Kansas
PERIODToaa B-29 B-17 A-20 PB2B (PsY) Toa PT13, P1-17, B-218
Ttla Super- Flying (DB-7) Catalina Ttl PT27 (HS) P-8 Super-
fortress Fortress Havoc (U S. Kydet fortress
Program)

1940 - July 3 61
August 8 83
September 7 90
October 15 106
November 6 75
December 0 67
1941 - January 0 0 208 51
February 13 13 60 0
March 9 8 166 2
April 22 21 222 Program
May 1 0 188 complete
June 1 0 234
July 2 0 155
Auguet 13 0 13 193
September 31 5 26 192
Otuber 53 12 41 186
November 75 25 50 151
December 125 60 107
1942 - January 141 74 67 122
February 128 75 53 122
March 150 85 169
April 90 90 Program 191
May 90 90 complete 195
June 95 95 171
July 100 100 171
August 110 110 180
September 120 120 145
October 130 130 206
November 130 130 250
December 160 160 275
1943 - January 124 124 250
February 176 176 235
March 180 180 250
April 190 190 275
May 200 200 275
June! 190 190 275
July 200 200 240
August 190 190 250
September 200 200 230
October 210 210 197
November 230 230 86
December 250 250 80
1944 - January 272 270 75
February 292 290 69
March 366 362 75
April 273 270 61
May 303 300 73
June 305 300 63
July 268 260 80
Auguet 275 260
September 230 210 45
October 127 115 30
November 130 100 32
December 135 100 40
1945 - January 150 100
February 16o 100 27
March 157 77 Program complete
April 132 32
May 140 Pro-ram
June 150 complete
July 160
August 119
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 39 0 38 0 0 482 385 97 0
1941 345 0 144 195 0 2,062 2,009 53 0
1942 1,444 0 1,259 185 0 2,217 2,217 0 0
1943 2,340 0 2,340 0 75 2,643 2,643 0 87
1944 2,976, 139 2,837 0 203 708 708 0 722
1945 (8 Monthel 1,168 859 309 0 12 72 72 0 786
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 8,312 998 6,927 380 290 8,184 8,034 150 1,595

FACE DEFERENCETO MODEL - 7 7 10 8 - 27 27 7


a Including1 S-307Stratoliner in July 1940, end 6 A-314 Clippere - 1 in each mnthi,Merch, April,May, and June 1941, and 2 in July 1941.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1'940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945 *3-


OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

_____________________ ~~~~~(Unit
Each)
- ____________ _________________

BREW51BE,JOENSILLE, LOANGISLAND CESSNA,WICHITA,KANSAS


Canadian Car.
Budd Fort Bobcat
Philadelphia William
Pa. Ontario
PEIDF3A SB2A F2 R-i SBW (sB2c)
Total (F4U) (340) (339) (C-93) HElidiver Total uC7 AT8AT1
Battler Bermuda Buffalo Coneatoga (U.S. (A'-78Tye)AT-,o)-1
Program) A-7Te T5)

1940 - July 9 9
August' 0 0
September 6 6
October 20 20
November 16 16
December 40 4~0 6
1941 - January 43 5 5
February 18 18 16 16
March 25 25
April 46 46 32 32
May 43 43 40 40
June 17 17 47 47
July 1 1 68 68
Auguat 24 24 61 61
September 41 41 89 89
October 23 23 94 94
November 9. 9 68 68
December 10 10 73 73
1942 - January 10 10 95 95
February 0 0 98 98
March 1 1 137. 137
April 9 9 73 73
May 0 Program 129 129
June complete 92 92
1o
July 1 117 6 111
August 12 12 100 94
September 30 30 88 56 32
October 28 28 94 35 59
November 52 52 184 71 113
December 45 228 13 215
1943 - January 48 48 225 126 99
February 38 38 250 68 182
March 9 9 250 250 Program
April 41 41 250 250 complete
May 76 76 200 200
June' 80 2 78 200 200
July 92 3 89 238 238
August 0 54 250 250
September 81 8 73 250 250
October 52 27 25 250 250
November 35 28 7 216 216
December 68 29 250 250
97
1944 - January 93 61 32 180 180
February 80 78 2 160 160
March 100 100 0 1 131 131
April 119 119 0 0 Program Program
May 123 122 1 3 complete complete
June 102 102 Program 1
complete
July 17 17 2
August Program Program 4
September complete complete 3
October 3
November Program
December complete
1945 - January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August

SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 91 C C 91 0 C 6 0 6
1941 311 C C 311 0. 0 618 C 618
1942 188 C 168 20 C. C 1,435 187 1,248
1943 703 136 567 C C 29 2,829, 2,548 281
1944 634 599 35 C 17 497 471 471 0
1945 (8 Months) 0o 0o00 306 0a 0o
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 1,927 735 770 "422 17 832 5,359 3,206 2,153
PAGEREFEENCE TO MODEL _ 17 11 17 22 11 - 23 25

JULYI,I, 1940-AUGUST 31,


1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
PRODUCTION, JULY
PRODUCTION, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
36 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

(Unit - Each)

CHANCEVOUGHT,SERATFOND,
CONNECTICUT CONSOLIDATED
VULTEE,DOWNEY,
CALIF.
Columbia, Consolidated
Valley Vultee
Stream Allentown
a F4U CS2U SB2U - New York Pa. b ST-1 and
PERIOD Total Coreair ingfieher (V..156) J2F TBY Total BT-15(SNV) P-66
Vindicator Dock Seawolf Valiant

1940 - JUly 10 10
Auguet 9 9 29 29
September 15 15 44 44
October 16 16 40 4o
November 14 13 67 67
December 0 0 . 25 25
1941- January 28 27 69 69
February 27 . 27 15 15
March / 39 24 15 84 84
April 40 12 28 - 125 125
May 53 25 .28 136 136
June 59 . 35 24 155 154
July 25 13 12 198 198
Augut 55 55 Program 192 192
September 65 complete 215 215
October 70 70 270 257 13
November 70 70 254 233 21
December '101 101 200 163 37
1942 -January 95 95 361 327 34
February 96 95 374 351 23.
March 95 95 339 325 14
April 74 73 340 338 2
May 71 71 325 325 Program
June 72 71 307 306 complete

AJuys .77 2 75 316 316


Augu9t
September
. 64 s 403 403
21 13 8 369 369
October 31 31 Program 349 349
November 55 55 complete 322 322
December 68 68, 401 401
1943 - January 39 39 375 375
February 75 75 372 372
March 77 77 45o 450
April 113 113 370 370
May 132 132 320 320 ,
June 151 151 275 275
July 171 171 297 297
Augut 176 176 320 320
September 186 186 325 325
October 195 195 2 316 316
November 230 230 . 5 314 314
December 235 235 6 315 315
1944- January . 225 225 . 7 310 310
February 225 225 11 310 310
March 256 256 12 260 260
April 230 230 14 175 175
May 254 254 16 180 180
June 169 169 .17 48 48
Program Program
July 300 300 21 complete complete
Augut 220 220 20
September 210 210 20
October 219 219 20
November 197 197 20 1
December 168 168 20 1
1945 - January 118 118 20 8
February 152 152 20 6
March 268 268 15 11
April 279 279 15 14
May 30. 302 15' 20
June 300 300 10. .33
July 303 303 10 39
Auguet 210 210 3 41
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Monthe) 54 0 53 0 0 0 215 215 0
1941 632 0 524 107 0 0 1,913 1,841 71
1942 819 178 638 0 0 0 4,206 4,132 73
1943 1,780 1,780 0 0 13 0 4,049 4,049 0
1944 2,673 2,673 0 0 198 2 1,283 1,283 0
1945 (8 Monthel 1,932. 1,932 0 0 108 172 0 0 0
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 7,890 6,563 1,215 107 319 174 11,666 11,520 144

PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL 17 18 11 24 11 - 26 16


a Including 2 S-43's - 1 in November 1940 and 1 in January 1941,and 3 JR2S'a - 1 in each month, February, April, and June 1942.
b Including 1 V-12 in June 1941 and 1 RV-72 (A-31)in June 1942.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945


SEPTEMBER I 1945
OMPUS. SPECIAL RELEASE 37

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

_________________(Unit - Each)

CORSOLTDATVULISFE,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS CONSOLIDATED VULTE, NASVLLE, TENNESSEE

B-24 Liberator Consolideated


a Vultee
PEID-87 (AT-22) EA-31 and Rew Orleans
EROToa Copee(B-24 Type) B-32 RA-35 P-38 L-l Louisiana
Toa omlt ord Liberator Dominator Total (sv_72) Lightning (0-149) PRY
Assemblies Knoc1d~enmExpress Vengeance Vigilant Catalina

1940 - July
August
September 1 1
October 0 0
November 0 0
December 0 0

'1941 - January 0 0
February 2 2
March 9 9
April 15 15
May 8 8
June 17 17

July 22 22
August 30 30
September 27 27
October 10 1
November 5 5
December 26 26

1942 January 93 93
February 56 56
March- 6 3 3
April 1 1 4 4 Program
May 2 2 40 40 complete
June 2 2 55 55

July 3 3 71 71
August 0 0 71 71
September 9 09 37 37
October 8 0 8 97. 97
November 13 0 13- 76 76
December 12 1 11 39 39
1943 - January 11, 4. 10 9 9
February 214 15 11 27 27
March 35 16 11 8 .65 65
April 50 23 17 10 614 614
may 59 28 25 6 56 56
June 85 49 25 11 75 75
July 125 614 50 11 80 80
August 162 71 80 11 80 80
September 1314 60 63 11 80 80
October 178 83 86 9 80 80
November 162 75 82 5 80 80
December 205 94 1014 7 70 70

1944 - January 230 107 112 117 70 70


February 216 100 100 16 68 68
March 2014 108. 75 21 60 60
April 172 100 51 21 39 39 1
May. 192 170 1 21 29 29 0
June 129 108 Program 21 4 4 7
complete
July 124 1014 20 0 Program 1
August 117 108 9 0 complete 4
September 105 1014 Program 1 0 7
October 1014 1014 complete 0 0 12
November 95 94. 1 0 11
December 77 65 12 0 8

1945 - January 7 Program 7 In 14 10


February 17 complete 17 12 12 12
March 17 17 20 20 20
April 11 11 27 27 26,
May 17 17 25 25 18
June 21 21 25 25 26
July 7, 7 program Program 35
August3 3 complete complete 23
SURDAARY
1940(6 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0
1941 0 0- 0 0 0 171 0 0 171 0
1942 543 9 0 41 0 645 493 0 152 0
1943 1,233 580 543 110 0 766 766 0 0 0
191414 1,765 1,272 339 140 14 270 270 0 0 51-
1945 (8 Monthsl 100 0 0 0 100 113 0 113 0 170
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 3,1148 1,861 882 2921 114 1,966 1,529 113 3214 221

PACE REFERENCE
TOMODEL - 7 7 20 7 - 12 15 28 8
F1 Includinog 5 C-87's delivered as AT-22'a - 1 each month, June through October 1943.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1,1940-AUGUST 31,1945


SEPTEMBER L 1945
38 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

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/unit Each

CONSOIDATED VULTEE,SANDIEGO, CALIFORNIA VILTE WAYNE,MCHIGAN


CONSOLIDATED

B-214.Types.

ToaPBY P2Y T al L-5 (0-62) AT-19


PERIOD
Toa 3-214 P34-2 RY-3 (28-5mU) PB2R~ oa Sentinel Reliant
(FE4Y-l Privateer' Liberator Catalina Coronado
L-3O) Express
Liberator

1940 - July
August 1 6
Septeber 1 1 0
October 160
November 66 1.10
December 20 6 1

17 0 16 10
1941 -Janusary 0 0
February 24 0 24
20 2 18 0 0
March
45 6 38 1 0
April 38 1 0
May 51 12
June 49 9 39o 1 0

July 42 1 400
63 19 42 0 0
August
September 69 27 42 0 0
70 30 15 0 0
October
November 45 30 1540 0
73 334o 0.
December

70 12 58 0 0
1942 -January
109 59 50 0 0
February 60 0 0
March
April
121
141
71
8061 O0
1ay146 86 6o 0 0
June 158 95 / 62 1 0

July1610 63 3 0
August 161 108 50 8 0
Septemaber 202 116 7880
October 203 129 567 64738
November 181 120 61431
December 233 147 75, 13871

1943 -January 191 120 5


61
16
12
30
24
27
21
3
3
February 221 148 11
152, 60. 14 83 72
March 226
April 227 162 50 15 87 72 15
52 17 93 73 20
May 246 177
106 80 26
June 238 190,48 0

202 47 3 127 102 25


July, 252 25
50 18 129 1014
August 282 214
24 18 150 125 25
September 272 230
245 56 17 166 140 26
October 318 25
250 60 0 175 150
Eovember 310 26
255. 60 0 176 150
December 315

19144
- January 328 253 74 14 156 135 21
February 319251160 5 148 125 23
March 317 270 1 1412314s 122 23
259 251 1 Program 7 13 102
April
may 277 270
260
5
13 1
complete 2
6
131
131
1014
105
27
2
June 280

July 190 169 16 0 5 126" 100 26


105 41 0 6 135 108 27
August 152 100 26
260 212 44 0 4 126
September 136. 110 26
218 168 50 0 Program
October complete 133 113 20
November 180 130 50 0
65 3 139 139 Program
December 176 108 complete
103 65 6. 156 156
1945 - January 1714
9 56164 163
February 170 15
March 195 126 413151
130 50 0 163 163
April 180 1616
May 156 102 54 0
June 126 71 52 31516
.110
July 46 Program 123110
36 complete 35 1 50 50
Augut
SUMMARY
1940(6 Months) 28 6 0 0 21 1 6 0 0
0 0 395 4 0 0 0
1941 568 169
o 0 729 39 20 10 2
1942 1,891 1,123
0 0 623 130 1,3146 1,116 230
1943 3,098 2,3145
286.4 175 41 1,629 1,361 268
1944 2,956 2,450.
428 23 0 0 1,103 1,103 0
1945 (8 Months) 1,083 631

CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 9,6214 6,7214 714 27 1,9143 215 4,1014 3,590 500

PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL 7 8 20 & 882 28 26

a Including 1 B-32 Dominator in July 1945.


b Acceptances after 1943 were modifiedae PB2Y-3R'e,a transporttype.
c Including6 YO-514's 8 L-9'ein October 1942.
in September 1940 end.

PRODUCTION, JULY I,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 PRDCIN UYI 14-UUT3,14 SEPTEMBER I, 1945
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(Unmit
- Each)

~CDRTISS,
CULVER, WICHTA, KAM AS BUFFALO, NE5WYORK

1 -40o _ _ _ _

Total - LEA T-ae . Total b (E-87a)d ( ) P-47 0-52 SBC ( 75


A ue_____ Warhawk COmFOrt Tunderbolt OWL Cleveland Mohawk

1940 - July. 149. 56 1 91 -


September 114 3.14 0 0
October 1335 155 0 0
November 168 168 0 0
December 131 181 165. 0 16

1941 -Jenuary 1 173 153 0 20


February 0 175 153 22 0
March a 0 156 133 14 9
Aprilj 1 1 201 186 141
May 1 1 146 146- Program Program
June 1 1 Program -157 125 32 complete complete
complete
July 1 1 102 81 21
Augut 0 0 210 179 51
September 0 0 289 254 3
October, 0 0 301 270 31
November 0 0 309 281 28
December 1 1 304 285 19

1942-January 4 4 325 317 6


February 0 0 295 295 Program
March 8 8 348 348 complete
April Program Program 396 396
aycomplete complete 386 386
June 347 346 1

July 425 421 4


Auguet 397 390 7
September 428 417 10 1
October 370 360 8 2
November 376 373 1 2
December 420 404 15 1

1943 -.January 343 315 24 4


February 333 314 14 5
March 353 324 23 6
April 363 325 26 12
May 422 380 25 17
June 459 400 34 25

July 388 337 34 17


August 531 463 34 34
September 481 400 38 43
October 420 378 14 28
November 535 422 58 55
December 254 200 29 25

1944 - January 357 275 37 45


February 295 241 29 25
March 361 283 71 7
April 293 202 91 Program
May 278 200 78 complete
June 132 73 59'
July 213 97 116
August 256 155 101
September 552 202 150
October 344 193 150
November 230 80 150
December 120 Program 120
complete
19L5 - January 170 170
February 160 . 160
March 162 162
April 150 150
May 156 156
Juna 125. 125
July 140 140
Augut 60 60

SUMAY
1940 (6Monthe) 1 0 1 865
1941 6 3 3 2,523
742
2,246
0
0.
0
0
0
197
1
50
127-
3D
1942 12 12 0 4,511 4,453 46 6 6 0 0
1943 0 0 0 4,882 4,258 353 2710 0 0
1944 0 0 0 3,231 2,001 1,152 77 0 0 0
1945 (8 months) 0 0 0 1,123 0 1,1230 0 0 0

CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 19 15 4 17,135 13,700 2,674 354 203 51 151

PAOESEFFR2ENCETO MODEL - 24 24- - 16 21 16 18 11 A 16


a Excluding epecialpurposeaircraft,theeedata eraeshowin on page 29,
b bnculding 1 YP-37 in July 1940 and 1 YP-60 in October 1944.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945


SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
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- Unit - Each) _______________________

CUSTISS, COLUMB, OHO CL~iTTSS,


LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY CUTISS, ST: LOUIS,MISSOURI

SNc

I
TotalD £520 SOSC SC C-146 10-76 1A-25 C- 4 6 b
Totl eldiver eamew Seelcawic otal Coan oCravan Total' (-£XType) (C-55) (22) AT-9

Slliver Commando - Falcon

1940 -July
August
September
October 6
November 14
December 4

1941 - January 0
February 16 16
March 18 18
April 2 2
May 1
June 1 0

July 25 0 25
Auguet 20 0 20
September 30 0 28 2
October 44 0 42 2
November 40 0 27 13
December 37 0 9 28

1942 - Jenuary 153 0 89 614


February 99 0 9 90
March 107 0 0 107
April 6 109 0 9 100
May 4 118 0 33 85
June 5 42 0 42 0

July 5 50 0 50 0
August 59 95 0 40 55
September 70 57 0 11 46
October 43 74 0 Program 714
November 71 39 0 complete 39
December 44 54 1 0 53
1943 January 50 314 1 0 33
February 43 5 4 0 Program
March 53 5 5 0 complete
April 45 12 0
May 42 25 25. 0
June 39 31 0
36
July 26 36 0
August 20 68 68 0
September 32 5;. 5 77 73 0
October 26 3 3 120 120 0
November 47 2 2 109 109 0
December 27 0 0 101 101 0

19144
- January 43 5 5 135 1314 1
February Pro~rcm 4 4 117 116 1
March complete 1 1 64 614 0
April 1 Program 0 Program 0
May 3 3 complete 0 complete 0
June 5 0 0

July 9 9 4 0 0
August 13 13 0 0
September 20 20 0 0
October 29 29 0 0
November 38 38 0 0
December 47 47 0 0

1945 - January 50 50 0 0
February 51 51 0 0
March 50 50 0 0
April 46 46 4 4
May 41 41 6 6
June 35 35 2 2
July Program Program 1.5 15
Auguet complete complete Complete Complete
1 I

SUD4ANY
1940 (6 Months) 0 0
1941 0 0
1942 357 50
1943 1,062 612
1944 2,998 2,833
1945(8Monthel 1,923 1,503
I f
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 4,998 438 f 2,221 900 17
1800
- - I
PAGEREFERENCE
TO MODEL 18 2e6
6
a Including 24 21B'e - 6 in October,14 in November,and 4 in December 1940;and.5 ZC-7 'e - 1 in February and 4 in September 1943.
b The C-55 wee accepted. in June 1941.

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DeHavilend DOUGLAS, LL SE.2C)O, CALIFORNIA L0NG BEACH,CALIFORNIA


DOUGLAS,
Toronto fDouglae
Ontario Chicago
PT24 Illinois
1'ENIOD Moth c-54, 550a S550B-J-7, A-26 C-7 A2

(U. S. (DC-4 IType)- Total (A-24) neBtyer Total Flying Invader RD(D
Prgrm kHUmaetr. Dauntless Fortress S1U'traixl Havoc

1940 -July 51
August 5 1
September 18 15
October 17 13
November 41 21
Dlecember 17 7

1941 - January 26 24
February 2 21. 1
March 26 26 0 0
April 23 23 1 1
June 29 29 0 0

July 42 42 0 0
August. 39 39 00
September 12 12 0 0
October 44 44 0 0
November 17. 17 0 0
December 519 19 1 0 1

1942 January 110 1 1 10 27 3


February 54 0 0 35 2
March 0 22 22 40 38 2
April 51 54 54 86 86 0
May Progrsaam6 60 248 264 184
June complete 4 6162608
July 74 74 199 4 124 71
August 104 104 240 6 90 144
September 107 107 244 . 8 69 167
October 147 147 163 8 45 110
November 152 152 219 18 82 119
December 179 179 230 39 106 8

1943 - January 89 89 176 50 111 15


February 202 202 170 51 111 8
March 214 214 233 68 165 Program
Apr11 154 154 241 85 156 complete
May 376 376 237 80 157
June 350 350 255 86 169

July 270 270 269 89 180


August 266 266 272 86 186
September 2 282 282 277 85 1 191
October' 1 260 260 264 88 1 173
November 2 282 282 261 88 1 172
December 4 238 238 275 96 4 175

1944 - January 3 208 208 280 98 4 178


February 6 201 201 295 98 7 190
March 6 150 150 339 108 6 225
April 10 146 146' 324 104 10 210
May 16 108 108 406 117 22 267
June 22 9 9 2 356 104 27 225

July 23 58 57 1 282 104 21 157


Augst 32 16 16 0 234 108 41 85
September 27 1 Progrsa 1 158 108 50 Prugram
October 22 0 complete 0 163 108 55 complete
Nlovember 23 0 0 170 108 62
December 37 0 0 196 106 90
1945 -January 4 0 0 211 711 100
February 50 0 0 193 108 85
March 54 0 0 229 122 107
April 543 3 218 121 97
May 48 5 5 212 104 108
June 493 3 .190 8 104
July 52 4 4 144 No 104
Augut 41 .6 5 48 Complete 48

SUMARAY
1940 (6 Months) 0 0 103 62 0 0 0 01 0 0
19415 0 335 332 0 3 0 0 2 1
1942 195 0 964 964 0 1,860 85 0 800 975
1943 0 9 2,983 2,983 0 2,930 952 7 1,948 23
1944 0 227 983 979 '4 3,203 1,271 395 1,537 0
1945 (8 Months) 0 393 21 0 20 1,445 692 753 0 0

CUMULATIVE TOTAL 200 629 5,389 5,320 _4 9,441 3,000 1,155 4,267 999

PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL 27 20 - 11 11 - 7 10 22 10 _

a including 36 8A-5'e(A-17,Northrop designed) - 3 in October,20 in November,end 10 in December 1940, 2 in January and 1 in February 1941;
8 53D'a (DC-5) - 4 in July, 3 in September, and 1 in October 1940; and 1 B022 in August 1945.

SEPTEMBER I, 1945 a.
JULY1,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 31,1945
I, 1940-AUGUST 31,1945
PRODUCTION, SEPTEMBER 1. 1945 of
42 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AlRPLA4ES BY PLAINT

__________________
________________________ Unit_-_Each) ____________________

D03MLAS, 021A220 CITY, OKCLAHOM DOWILAS, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA DO LIAS, TULSA, OKLAHOMA
DC-3 Type, Sk'train

a A-20 Cb4(5A-26 9ebB-24 A2


PERIOD Total 0-117 Total (DB-7) c- DCs)0-3Tp Total A2 Liberator (mTp
(Bsoc)
Havnnl C ymserFord Dauntles
Cargo Tanaport Kok
I~'mater~downs

1940 - July 66 44 10
August 51
September
38 5
15 1* 10
October 10 0 4Q0
November 38 .25 13
December 34 2.
1941 - January
55 12
February 62 42 20
March 50 38 12
April 81 72
May 9
59 44 15
June 64 11
75
July 99 87 12
August 101 92
September 9
109 93 16
October 1211 105 19
November 59 48 11
December I04 87 17
1942 - January 138 116 22'
February 111
March 93 18
April
77 57 19
50 21 24
May 59 22
June 60 14 10
July 50 0
August 33
September
53 19 22 2 2
October 93 66 20 0 0
80 55 20 1 1
November 92 70 22
December 107 80
5
25' 0 0
1943 - January 103 80 19 2 2
February 129 100
March 25 5 5
2 149 120 25 4
April 11 3
178 145 28 11 3 8
May 20 232 195 19
June 31 34 15
30 223 191 28 30 35
July 33 130 100 25 104 39
August 37 192 186 Program
September 120 75
50 196 190 complete 153 50 103
October 67 191 185 134
November 85 53 81
216 210 192 78 114
December 130 257 250 185 71 114
1944 - Januaryr 2941
161+ 286 71 ,1 Program
February 70
March 237 293 287 94 '0 94 complete
251 330 322 80 2 78
April
267. 283 275 83 5 78
May 306
June 305 297 85 71 78
322 231 223. 99 12 87
July
312 229 220 82
August
320 5 77
September 242 230 29 29 Program
312 148 133 40 40. complete
-October
312 59 44
November 80
300 16 Program 80
December 80
260 1lb complete 80
1945 - January
230 11 60 60
February
March 192 21 103
April 216 24 175 10
200 3239. 190
May 217
June 210 210
July 197 410 175 175
August 173 113 63 63
32
_________________________________________i'-
_______ /_- comete
- .V - - Colen,
-- .~ --
te __________________
I__________________
SUMMARY
1940O(6 Monthsa) 0 0 0 216 142 0 50 0 0 0 0
1941 0 0 0 978 815 0 163 0 0 0 0
1942 0 0 0 970 625 26 257 8 0 8 0
1944 465 465 0 2,196 1,952 63 181 1,009 0 394 615
1945 8Mnh) 3,363 3,363 0 2,446 2,317 129. 0 877 315 562 0
15(8oth3 1,491 1,479 12 242 0 242 0 976. 976 0 0
CUMLATm TYA 5,319 5,307 12 7,048 5,851 460 .651 2,870 1,291 964 615
PAGEREFERENCE TOMODEL 22 -22 - 10 20 22 - J 10 7 12
a Including 59 P-70's (Night Fighter version of~A-20) - 1 in April, 33 in June , 16 in July, 7 in Augut, and ,2 in September, 1942;
=24 1-23 Dragon's - 12 in July, 8 in August, and 4 in September 1940; end 3 F-3'a (photographic version of'
A-20) in April 1942.
b DC-3 Type also includes 0-48, -49, 0-50, 0-53, 0-68, and 140.

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SEPTEMBER I, 1945
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE
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,e -sue: _. _

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_________
_________ _________(Unit - Each) ________ _____________

Eastern Eastern Fairchild- Fairchild Fse


Aircraft Aircraft Engineering. Burlington Montreal Fse
Linden Trenton end Research North Quebec
B lvln
New Jersey New Jersey Riverdale
Maryland
Carolina
AT-21 Total
a PT-19,PT23.
and P-26
HliendPT2SG
Fe(.Sr
Hlidive OhCevean
P-7i
PERIOD FMi (FkF) TEN (TEF)
Wilca
Wildct Aengr O-5
Avnger
YO-5 unnr1M-2)
Guner Forwarder
(62)Cornell-7 Program) Eagle

1940 - July 27 27
August .5
September 47 47 0
October 55 49 6
November 42 42 0
December 36 33 3
1941 - January 29 29 0
February 72 72 0
March 1 58 0
April Program 62 62 0
May complete 42 42 0
June 75 75 0
July 88 87 1,
August 71 69, 2
September 87 81 6
October 125 116 9
November 100 92 8
December 154 129 25
1942 -January 135 112 23
February, 126 115 U1
March 134 120 14
April 149 131 18
May 135 125 10
June 153 126 27
July 178 150 28
August 191 191 0
September 1 165 165 0
October 3 127 126 1
November 7 190 190 0
December' 12 195 180 15
1943 - January 17 192 165 27
February 38 180 150 30
March 56 196 161 35
April 79 181 150 .31
May 105 169 138 31
June 121 169 138 31
July 98 169 138 31
August 170 150 118 32
September 159 1 150 118 32
October 156 1 155 115 40 1
November 193 0 175 135- 40. 0
December 245 6 175 135 -40 0
1944 - January 235 0 165 125 40 0
February 282 7 150 110 40 0
March 303 6 109 95 14 10
April 300 8 110 70 40 6
May 300 * 10 51 Program 50 21
June 300 12 40 complete 40 12

July 300 8 40 40 1
August 300 24 40 40 5
September 300 14 37 37 35
October. 210 8 59 59 50
November 150 Program 0 Program 21 2
December 150 complete 0 complete 38 0
1945 - January 150 31 0
February 150 21 2
March 150 26 0
April 150 17 0
May 175 .5 2
June 175 Program Program
July 175 complete complete
August 212
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 0 0 0 0 241 227 14 0 0
1941 0 .0 1 0 963 912 51 0 0
1942 23 3 0 0 1,878 1,731 147 0 0
1931,437 1,109 0 8 2,061 1,661 400 1 0
1944 3,130 3,481 0 97 801 400 400 199 2
1945 (8 Monthsl 1,337 2,929 0 0 2 0 0 100 4
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 5,927 7,522 1 105 5,946 4,931 1,012 300 6

PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL 17 11 18 25 - 27 24 u1. 16

a Including 1 AT-21 Gunner in May1944 and 2 C-82 Packets in June 1945.

31,1945
1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945
JULY 1,1940-AUGUST SEPTEMBER I, 1945
PRODUCTION, JULY
PRODUCTION, SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
44 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

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FORD, WILLOW
RUN, MICHIGAN

FtFleet e Fleetwinga a B-24 Liberator


I
G&A
(Age)
Globec
:FrtWorh oodyar
FCatadrae Bristol
PERIOD FT-23 PT-2 Peo~sylvania Knlockdownsl Willow Grove Texas Aron, Ohio
BT-12 Pnslana A-- GFU
Crnell (U. S. Sophomore Complete ForPennsy3vaniaA-9 WihtaO CorFsir
Program) ~UniteCosolidated For Douglas b 30(A-9 Wiit Coar
Vultee Tulsa
Fort Worth
1940 -July
August
September
October
November -
December

1941 - January
February
March
April
May
June

July
August
September 7
October rga
November complete
mlt
December

1942 - January
February
March
April 2
May o
June O
July 0
August o
September 2 2
October 1 1. . 6
November 10 0 0
December 7 1 11 0 0
1943 - January 15 0 14 10 11
February 16 0 36 10 30 1
March 35 o 6o 15 30 2
April 53 0 95 21 22 10 2
May 72 3 115 40 36 14. 7
June 90 5 107 48 28 21. 16
July 99 3 84 N0 45 25 22
August 133 9 116 65 40 30 30
September 130 3 149 84 42 35 77
October 140 Program 163 100 52 40 63
November 150 compelte 159 100 64 45 78
December 161 193 100 72 45 82
1944 January 44 217 100 78 45 150
February5 238 75 97 45 147
March Program 309 62 78 45 222
April complete 326 50 64 52 220
May 350 18 72 6o 220
June 383 Program 66 34 160
complete
July 415 17 51 170
August 428 Program Program 168
September 377 complete complete 180
October 340 182
November 311 145
December 296 144
1945 - January 324 102
February 296 179
March 310 262
April 252 205
May 179 195
June 125 180
July Program 180
August complete 152
SUMARY
1940 (6 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1941 0 0 0. 0 07 0 0
1942 7 1 24 1 10 0 0 0
1943 1,094 23 1,291 633 472 0 268 377
1944 49 0 3,990 305 472 0 332 2,108
1945 (8 Months) 0 0 1,486 0 0 0 0 1,455
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 1,150 . 24~ 6,791 939 954 7 600 3,940

PACEREFERENCE TO MODEL 27 26 .7 - 37 - 42 28. 25 17


a Excluding special purpose aircraft, these data are shownoon page 29.
b Not included in Ford totals.
c Including2 P20's1 ech io June and August 1945.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945.


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(Unit - Each)

GRUMM0A' BEE PAE, LONG


ISLAND

PERIOD 14F FP 7F 181 B R JFJm


Total (G-36) lot Tgra Bact Aegr (G-21) (G-144) Dc
Wildct Hlct iectBcatatGvener seua Widgeon

1940-July 3 1 2
August 32 32 0
September 29 29 0
October 21 21 0
November 4 1 3
December 22 193

1941 - January 34 31 3
February 27 25 2
March 26 25 1
April 48 47 1
.May 36 36 0
June , 30 29 0 1
July 34 .32 1 1
August 41 31 3 61
September 20 18 2 0 0
October 32 6 5 0 21
November 41 15 4 0 22
December 57 28 1 3 25
1942 - January 106 63 1 3 7 32
February 136 81 5 5 4 41
March 119 90 17 6 1 2
April 130 98 25 4 3 Proga
May 151 107 36 4 4 comlete
June 200 132 61 3 4
July 1814 100 7545
August 2014 135 62 3 4
September 206 126 1 72 3 4
October 243 160 1 79 1 2
November 312 -190 1 107 8 6
December 283 163 7 105 5 3

1943 - January 160 21 12 118 5.4


February 182 16 35, 325 .4 2
March- 263 24 80. 150 45
April 315 24 130, 153 4 4
May 326 15 150 153 4 4
June 342 program 180 153 5 4
July 372 complte 210 151 56
August 410 .250 151 4 -
September 460 295 155 5 5
October 519 345. 162 6 6
November 550 40 135 8 7
December 505 48 39 4 4
19144- January 508 500 Proram 4 4
February 520 510 complete 6 4
March 522 512 6 4
April 525 515 1 63
may, 513 500 1 7 5
June 511 499 3 6 3

July 490 477 3 6 4


Auguet 513 496 6 7 4
September 521 500 10 7 4
October 571. 550 11 7 3
November- 552 525 15- 9 3
December 579 555 15 6 3
1945 -January 561 525 25, 2 5 4
February 511 500 r 2 2 43
March 661 605 48 5 3 Prograem
April 509 475 25 6 3 complete
May 5214475 *26 20 3
June 495.425 25 40 5
July 45 314 30 56 5
August 222 197 2 20 3
SUMMARY
1940(6 Mnths) 111 103 0 0 0 0 8 0 0
1941 426 323 0 0 0 0 23 11 69
1942 2,2714 1,1445 10 0 0 6449 50 75
1943 4,404 100 2,5145 0 0 1,6145 58 5o
19144 6,325 0 6,139 65 0 0 77 44 0
1945 (8 Months) 3,888 0 3,516 183 151 0 31 7 0

CUMULATIVE TOTAL 17,428 1,971 . 1,210 248 151 2,290 246 168 144

PAGEREEENE TOMODE - 17 17 15 17 11 23 23 24.

JULY I,I,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 31, 1945
1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 945
PRODUCTION,
SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
46 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

(Unit - Each) _________________________

CHICAGO,ILLINOIS
HOWARD, LOCKHD (VEG), PLANTA, BUlBASE, CALIFORNIA

New terstate
OreasEl Kellett
LoEIODna H SCalif. PhilaelPa.
PEIDC-o Total ( o-15) NH Segunfo Phislael Toal -17 B-34 PV-1 PV-2
Commando Nightin- Cornell L-6, L-8 YO-60 oa Flyirng (L-37) Vntura Harpoon
gale Fortress Ventura

1940 - July
August
September
October
November
December

1941 - January
February
March
April
May
June

July
August
September 1
October 4
November 4
December 6 6 16

1942 - January 0 0 12
February 0 0 36
March 1 66
April 2 2
May 0 0 102
June 3 2 105

July 14 14 3 103
August 5 5 107
September 0 0 9 81
October 1 "1 1 12 101
November 0 0 9 15 52
December 4 0 1 8 22 63

1943 - January 7 .0 4 11 25 76
February 15 0 7 8 19 32 Program 85
March 19 0 lb 3 38 complete 117
April 25. 0 9 52. 52 82
May 43 1 7 355 75 65 94
June 50 0 12 38 17 57 100

July 52 0 13 39 1 90. 109


August 75 1 38 36 Program 2 107 105
September 1 50 44 complete 1 101 104
October 84 11 23 50 2 108 105
November 100 15 50 0 108 104
December 74 40 28 0 104 104

1944 - January 49 47 Program 2 0 104 104


February 58 38 complete Program 0 100 75
March 38 58 complete 0 108 68
April 38 58 0 101 55
May 16 16 0 107 50
June Program Program 0 104 Program
complete complete Complete
July 0 104
August 0 108
September 0 104
October 0 104
November 0 100
December Program 0 100
complete
1945 - January 0 '108
February 0 96,
March 0 108
April 0 90
May 1 75
June Program 50
July complete
August Complete

SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1941 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 25 0 25 0 0
1942 0 50 26 1 5 18 0 981 68 915 0 0
194~3 0 617 b9 204 544 240 5 2,072 887 76 l,109 0
1944 2 179 177 0 2. 0 0 1,661 1,244 0 352 65
1945 (8 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 954 551 0 0 403
CUMULCATIVE
TOTAL 2 832 278 203 549 258 6 5,695 2,750 1,014 1,461 468

PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL 21 - 24 26 27 28 28 - 7 9 8 8

The B-34 and the PV-l are essentially the eaamsplanes. By mutual agreemsnt between the War and Navy Departments, all Ventures accepted
prior to February 1943 are classified as B-34 MediumBombers (ArmyCognizance) and all Venturas accepted after that time as PV-1 Patrol
Bombers (Navy Cogizance).

AUGUST31,
1940- AUGUST
JULYI,I,1940- 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 945
PRODUCTION, JULY
PRODUCTION, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945 .

L
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 47

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

__________________(Unit ,-Each)

LOCKHEED,
PLAID B, MME,
BM CALfl'HIA

PEIDP.38 A-28, RA 29, P-80


Total RP3 c-6o, R50(ir-,F-,
a (1I,and AT-18
Loestr
-14)
Shooting
Str
c-69
Cnstllaton
R37 Models 10
-37 and12
and. 322) Hudson (Jet-(30
Lightning propelled)

1940 - July 214 3 21


August 39 14 214 1
September 15 1 3 10 1
October 38 0 7 31 0
November 50 0 32 38 0
December 75 0 3 72 0
1941 - January 41 1 10 29 1
February 70 0 17 52 1
Marche 914 2 7 85 0
April 123 4 6 109
May 143 4 8 128
June 3
1214 4 7 111 2
July 150 23 5 121 1
August 126 26 18 81 1
September 1514 12 7 135 0
October 76 3 0 70
November 3
165 714 1 90 0
December 158 54 12 89 3
1942-January 208 116 2 86 4
February 247 127 2 112 6
March 207 100 11 92 4
April 201 100 13 88
May Program
189 100 1 88 complete
June 198 105 17 76
July 273 170 16 87
August 163 80 20 63
September 192 132 14 46
October 230 145 31 54
November 208 144 214 40
December 2214 159 28 37
19143- January 249 175 27 .46 1
February 276 168 314 72 2
March 289 193 13 77 6
April 252 122 42 79 9
May 196 84 36 76 Program
June 211 180 31 Program complete
complete
July. 305 2614 40
August 128 102 26
September 1714 155 19
October 3614 351 13
November 396 3516 9
December 323 7
191414
- January 317 317 Program
February 313 313 complete
March 352 352
April 343 342
May 352 352
June 355 355
July 367 367
August 402 402
September 397 397
October 367 3614
November. 325 325
December 3014 300
1945 - January 298 297
February 2144 241
March 273 269
April 233 225
May 211 200
June 172 150
July 156 118
August 84 53
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 241 1 42 196 0 0 0 2
1941 1,14214 207 98 " 1,100 0 0 0 19
1942 2,5140 1,478 179 869 0 0 0 14
19143 3,163 2,497 297 350 0 1 18 0
191414 4,194 4,186 0 05300
1945 (8 Months) 1,671 1,553 0 0 108 10 0 0
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 13,233 9,922 616 2,515 1]3 14 18 35
PACE~REFERENCE TO MOREL - 15,18 22 10,25 16 20 9 23
Also includesC-56, C-57, C-59,C-66, 18, 18-07,and 18-08.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945


SEPTEMBER I, 9545 a.
48 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

______________________ (~~~~Unit
Each)________________ _____

MATIN, BALTIMOE,MAYLAND MATIN, OMAHA,


NEBRASKA
Marauder
McDonnell
Memphis
PERIOD A-30 A-22 B-29 B-26 Tennessee
Total aPM
B-6 A-3 Mariner (187)
Baltimore (167) Total
AT-21une Super- (AT-23)2
Maryland fortress Marauder One

1940 - July 35
August 0
35
September 0
1 1 0
October 2 2
November 0
2 2 0
December 27 5 22
1941 - January 51 7 44
February 47 1 42
March 51 10 2
April 25. 39
22 0 3
May 30 30 0 Program
June 34 33 0 1 complete
July 30 30 0 0
August 52 43 0
September
9
41 26 0
October 15
43 0 35
November 40 8
0 32
December 103 49 0 54
1942 - January 43 1 0 42
February 63 17,
March
0 46
88 49 0 39
April 60 9 1
May 50
116 70 2 44
June 117 82 2 33
July 80 75 5 0
August 133 116, 8
September 171
9 3
88 12 71
October 118 33 7
25 11
November 212 120
December 32 60 15
143 57 35 51 50
1943 - January 123 63
February
0 6o 30
158 88 15 55
March 189 120 50
April .9 60 70
219 120 39 6o
May 235 120 90
June 55 60 110
211 120 61 30 125
July 160 60
August 40 6o 125
185 100 35 50
September 192 60 145
October 25 60
206 58 62 6o 135
November 205 120 Program 125,
December 25 60 110
210 120 complete 6o
30 1 100
1944 - January 206 120 26 60 2
February 215 120 90
March 35 60 83 1
217 120 37 60
April 219 120 0 70 1
May 39 60 0 t 41 2
169 120 40
June, 141 9 1 Program 2
120 21 Program 3 complete
July complete
146 120 26
August 117 100 2
September 17
100 75 25 7 4
October 130 82 10 6
48 16 4
November 140 92 48
December 126 24 Program
78 48 32 complete
1945 - January 115 67
February
48 40
106 58 48
March 95 50
47 48 55
April 52 4 48
May 48 Program 55
June
48 55
42 complete 42
July 40 55
40
August 35 55
35 50
SUMMABY
1940 (6 Months) 67 0 0 10 0 57 0 0 0 0
1941 547 263 0 10 146 128 0 0 0 0
1942 1,344 717 0 122 505 0 86 0 86 0
1943 2,293 1,149 109 360 675 0 1,216 1 1,215
1944 0
1,926 1,267 0 410 249 0 383 99 284 3
1945 (8 Months) 533 176 0 357 0 031 4s00
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 6,710 3,572 109 1,269 1,575 185 2,100 515 1,585 30
PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL - 9 25. 8 10 10 - 7 9 _ 25
aIncluding 449 B-26's
deliveredas AT-23's - 40 in August,149 in September,125 in October,110 in November,and 25 in December1943.

JULY I,I,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 1940-AUGUST 31,1945 SEPTEMBER I. 1945
PRODUCTION, 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER 1, 1945
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE lh49

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

(Unit -Each) _________________

NAVALAIRCRmPB , ~PNSYVAIa SOORDUYS,MONTREAL,


(U.S. PROGRAM)
CANADA

Nash-
Kelvixiator
PRsIOD Detroit
Mchigan PBN(PBY) 08211 C-64 and AT-16
-6 Total Catalina N3 EKngfisher SBA Total UC-64 Hrvard
Norseman

1940 - July 22 22
August 7 7
September 28 28
October 28 28
November 25 24 1
December 59 59 0
1941 - January 55 55 0
February 50 50 0
March 50 50 0
April 50 50 0
May 50 50 0
June 68 50 18
July 54 50 4
August 50 50 0
September 50 50 0
October 50 50 0 1 1
Nbvember 50 50 0 3 3
December~ 34 34 0 2 2

1942 - January 0 Program 0 0 0


February 10 complete 6 4 0 0
March 24 21 3 1 1
April 24 24 Program 0 0
May - 19 - 19 complete 21 0 21
June 31 31 48 0 48
July 50 50 47 0 47
August 50 50 72 0 72
September 40 40 81 0 81
October 40 40 68 0 68
November 19 19 63 0 63
December 0 Program 40 0 4O
complete
1943 -January 0 93 3 :90
February 4 4 70 7 63
March 2 2 83 9 74
April 0 0, 102 6 96
May 5 5 105 19 86'.
June 0 0 124 11 113

July 1 1 102 16 86
August 2 2 69 23 46
September 3 3 134 27 107
October 0 0 107 22 85
November 11 U1228 28 100
December 11 11 106 38 68
1944 -January 8 8 86 40 46
February 9 9 38 38 Program
March' 9 9 43 43 ocmpete
April 7 7 39 39
May 11 11 49 49
June 6 6 ' 45 45
July 7 7 27 27
August 8 8 53 53
September 3 3 31 31
October 1 6 6 6 6
November 2 11 11 44~ 44
December 2 12 12 39 39
1945 - January 10 4 4 30 30
February 14 11 11 23, 23
March 24 4 455
April 30 Program Program 10 10
May 20 complete complete 10 10
June 20 2 2
July 44 0o0
August 34 2 2
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 0 169 0 168 0 1 0 0 0
1941. 0 611 0 589 0 22 6 6 0
1942 0 307 0 0 300 7 441 1 440
1943 0 39 39 0 0 0 1,223 209 1,014
1944 5 97 97 0 0 0 500 454 46
1945 (8 Months) 196 19 19 0 0 0 82 82 0
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 201 1,242 155 757 300 30 2,252 752 1,500

PAGE RE1'NRR!CE
TO MODEL 28- 8 27 18, 11 - 24 26

Ecluding special purpose aircraft, these date are shownon pgs29

t-'tUDUCTIN, JULY,..,194-AUGST.3_.. 95-SETEMBR I1-4


PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER i, 1945
50 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE_

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

(Unit - Each)

AMERICAN,DALLAS,TEXAS
NiORTH NORTHAMERICAN,INGLEWOOD,
CALIFORNIA

ustang Mutang NoAsrthe


AT-6 AT-6 Kansas
(SNJ) F-6 A-36 B-25 and (SNJ and City
PEIDTotal Havad (Photo B-24 Totala P-51 (Dive BB25 NA-b6) BT-l4 A-27 Kansas
or PS rpi berato (~5 Bomber ('BJ) Harvard Yale (NA-44) B-25
ore P-51 grpio(N-73)Version Mitchell or (PBJ)
of P-51) of P-51) Texan Mitchell

1940 J uly 122 28 93 1


August, 97 26 55 16
September 65 45 11 9
October 76 70 1 5
November 68 62 Program 0
December 179 179 complete 0

1941 - January 144 144 0


February 227 5 212 10
March 176 8 168 Program
April 15 13 184 9 175 complete
May 24 24 217 4 215
June 35 53 172 28 144

July 46 46 94 10 84
August 74 74 154 1 14 139
September 68 68 85 6 11 68
October 127 127 156 25 30 101
November 152 152 78 37 9 52
December 174 174 154 67 45 44
1942 - January - 252 252 110 84 18 8
February 175 175 157 84 53 Program. 2
March 212 212 200 52 146 complete 3
April 250 250 208 86 122 6
May 255 255 157 84 75 16
June 254 254 187 84 103 26
July 511 511 176 76 100 52
Auguap 355 355 115 22 91 52
September 461 461 184 60 124- 59
October 571 571 125 0 51 92 4
November 391 591 99 0 10 89 85
December 450 450 207 0- 101 108 150

1945 - January 410 410 3 03 0 180 125 90


February 451 451- 287 0 158 129 100
March 450 449 1 210 70 20 120 115
April 451 451. 0 256 121 Program 115 144
May 475 . 475 0 256 121 complete- 115 156
June 452 450 2 140 20 120 170

July 560 558 2 215 91 124 142


Augut 209 200 5 4 249 170 79 142
September 207 200 1 6 280 200 80 102
Otober 245 200 35 12 55). 251 80 170
November 268 200 55 15 520 240 80 180
December 504 .200 85 21 336 249 87 190

1944 - January 583 208 120 55 329 250 79 140


February 394 200 128 66 552 252 100 191
March 535 255 .210 90 589 272 117 251
April 539 250 205 84 502 202 100 241
May 646 511 240 95 465 540 125 271
June 470 110 251 109 448 5328 120 276

July 752 401 251 100 542 518 24 260


August 655 525 250 100 470 470 Program 281
September 655 550 215 90 450 450 complete 285
October 677 550 262 85 501 501 275
Noebr 65 30 208 56 51 501 5012$
December 492. 252 222 18 Program 480 480 275
complete
1945 - January 493 207 251 35 571 571 515
February 420 180 225 17 481 481 220
March 440 176 220 44 558 558 236
April, 441 168 249 24 420 420 177
May 512 184 295 53 582 582 177
June 450 150 265 57 458 458 165
July 418 110 275 33 294 '294 122
Augut 125 62 59 . 2 149 149 50
SUMMARY
1940 (6Months) 0 0 0 0 0 .607 0 0 0 410 160 31 0
1941 711 711 0 0 0 1,841 136 0 17). 1,524 0 10 0
1942 3,697 3,697 0 0 0 1,901 652 142 1,119 8 0 0 4355
1943 4,262 4,024 177 0 61 3,143 1,533 358 1,252 0 0 0 1,701
1944 6,817 3,298 2,540 74 905 5,029 4,364 0 665 0 0 0 ,012
1945 (8 Months) 3,297 1,237 1,835 225 0 3,273 3,275 0 0 0 0 0 1,460
CUMULATIVE
TOTAl 18,784 12,967 4,552 299 96 15,794 9,958 500 ,207 1,942 16o 41, 6,608

PAGSE EPVNENOE'TOMEL~3 26 16 18 7 - 16. 12 9 26 26 129

including
6 P-64+s in November 1940.

31,1945
940- AUGUST31, SEPTEMBER I, 1945
PRODUCTION, JULY1,I,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1945'
1945 SEPTEMBER
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 5

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

nit Each'l _________________________

NORTHROP,
HATEOllEE,CALIFORNIA PIPER, LOCKBAVEN,
PENNISYLVANIA

Grasshopper Type
A-31 and
FERIOD P-61 RA-31
Total Black (?1j2 3PB Total L4
Widow Vengeance (0-59,BE-1) L-114 NE-1

1940 - July
August
September
October
November
December

1941 -January 3 3
February 7 7
March 14 14
April 0 Program
May 0 complete
June 0

July 0
August 0
September 0 4 4
October 0 0 0
November 0 -40 40
December 0 0 0
4
19 2 January 7 7 0 0
February 6 6 210 210
March 7 7 185 179 6
April 23 23 285 183 102
May 34 314 207 85 122.
June 42 42 139 139 Program
complete
July 60 6o 328 128
Augut 21 21 153 153
September 0 0 128 128
October 31 31 118' 118
November 23 23 169 169
December 37 37 133 1333
1943 - January 30 30 -73 73
February 29 29 125 325
March 28 28 109 109
Aril 22 22 4 4
May 0 Program 79 79
June 0 complete 167 167

July 0 140 140


August 7 7 1014 1014
September 6 6 71 71
October 3 3 140 140
November 6 6 147 147
December 10 10 160 160

1944- January 12 12 131 131


February 20 20 125 125
March 23 23 125 125
April 31 31 150 150
May 15 15 175 175
June- 48 48 202 202

July 21 21 200 200


August 50 50 200 200
September 50 50 200 200
October 59 59 186 186
November 65 65 110 110
December 55 55 100 100

1945- January- 37 37 47 47
February 33 33 100 100
March 26 26 111 111
April 26 26 101 101
May 26 26 102 100 2
June 26 26 133 130 3
July 13 13 165 165 Program
August 12 12 60 60 complete

SUMMARY
1940 (6Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1941 214 0 0 2144444 0 0
1942 291 0 291 0 1,855 1,625 0 230
19143 141 32 109 0 1,319 1,319 0 0
19414449 449 0 0 1,9014 1,9014 0 0
1945 (8 Months) 199 199 0 0 819 81450
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 1,1014 68o0400 214 5,9141 5,706 5 230

PAGE EFERENCE TOMODEL - 15 19 11 - 28 28 27

PRODUCTION, JULY 31, 1945


1,1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 945
PRODUCTION, JULY I,1940-AUGUST
SEPTEMBER I. 1945
52 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE A ~ l.

AIRPLANES BY PLANT

____________________
_________ ~(Unit.-_Each) ____________________

REPUBLIC, FARMaNGnALE,
LONGISLAND 2 SANDIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Republic Rearwin
Evenaifle Eanaa4 City
PERIOD IdLn P-147 and P-143 and Kansas a PT-21. and FR2
2-" Total 2P-47 RP- 43 EP1 AT-12 8125 Total PT-22 Fireball
Thunderbolt Thunderbolt Lancer (P-35) (NR, SIM) (Jet-
Recruit propelled)

1940 - July 23 15 8
August 13 5 8 15
September 19 1. 11 7 8 16
October 14 0 9 5 8
November 22 9
0 5 7 9 18
December 18 1 9 8 Program 12
complete
1941 - January 10 6 3 18
February 0 0 Program Program
March 6 6 complete complete' 20
April 4 4 0
May 6 6 0
June 22 12 25
July 15 15
Auguat 21
99
21 78
September 13 13 314
October 33 33 86
November 23 23 103
December 27 1 26 1414
1942 - January 38 0 38 115
February 46 0 46 58
March 30 5. 25 180
April 1 0 1 53
May 10 10 Program 172
June 26 26 complete 73
July 38 38 28
August 61 61 Program
September 66 66 complete
October 2 62 62
November 2 172 112
December 6 1314 1314
1943 - January 12 1514 154
February 21 125 125
March 50 176 176
April 52 180 180
May 80 210 . 210
June 82 .200 200
July 299 299
August 90 310 310
September 133 320 320
October 136 332 332
November 190 303 303
December 220 415 415
19144- January 253 352 352
February 2514 3514 3514
March 256 385 385
April 258 365 365
May 251 350 350
June 250 350 350
July 250 350 350
Auguat 250 350 350
September { 250 343 343
October 250 2+4 2144
November 102 102
December
310 3514 3514
290
1945 - January 170 170
February 310 2514 2514
March 310 229 229
April 281 281
May 318 210 210
June 250 165 165
July 152 153 153
August 57 100 100
SUMMARY
1940(6 Months) 0 99 0 2 54 43 25 77 70 -0
1941 0 170 1 160 6 3 - 0 607 607 0
1942 10 6214 514 110 0 0. 0 679 679 0
1943 1,131 3,0214 3,0214 -0 0 0 0 5 0 0
191414 3,087 3,899 3,899 0 _ 0 0 0 0 0 0
1945 (8 Months) 1,997 1,562 1,562 0 0 0 0 39 0 39
CUMULATIVE
TOTAL 6,225 - 9,378 9,000 272 60 46 25 1,1407 1,356 39
TOMODEL
FAGEPREFERENCE 16 J - 16 16 16 26 24- 27 17
a Incluing4 ST (P-20)and3 Y051'e in July 1940, and 5 YPT-25'e in June 1943.

AUGUST 31,1945
1,1940- AUGUST 31,1945
JULY 1,1940- SEPTEMBER I, 1945
PRODUCTION, JULY
PRODUCTION, .SEPTEMBER I, 1945
UOMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 5

U AIRPLANES BY PLANT

(nt-Each)

L ~ ~St.
Louie
Aircraft
S.Lus
Skrk
Stratford
~
patnUniversal
a
Tulsa
Taylorcrft
Aline
Timmaiork
anBy Bristol
ikr
Montreal
Quebec
Wacoa
PERIOD Missouri Cnetct Olhm Ohio California Vigiia O-io(Y) Troy, Ohio
ConneticuaOklhoRa L2(0-57) ENT L-7 Catalina PT1
PT-23 - ad -5 NP Grasshopper Tutor c.S rga
Cornell

1940 - July
August
September
October
November
December

L 1941 - January
February
March
April
r May
June
1
0

L July
August
0
21
September 11 N.1
October 20 0 0
November 15 20 0
December 27 0 0

1942 - January 12 0 0
February 12 47 0
March 24 73 2 0
April 30. 91 0 0
May 23 95 0 0
June 5 70 01

July 19 50 1 Program
rAugust Program 57 4 complete
September complete 18 3
+ October 0 2 19
November 1 0 Program

/1943 - January 9 101 0


February 2 90 12
March 8 100 14
April 13 69 22
May 25 127 29
June 19 45 25
July 30 2 101 25
August 36 2 104 35
September 38 2 84 25
October 37" 3 130 28

U November 264 110 32


December 45 1 100 Program 4
complete 9
1944 - January 29 1 100
February 32 6 100 7
March Program 6 26 12
April complete 2 Program ll1

LJune May

July
6
7
complete 1k
9
17 32
August 10 27
September ' 18 21
October 15 20
November 12 21
December 15 18

195-January 0 15
February 1 10
March 2 Program
April 2 complete
June' 0

July 0
August 3
LSUMY
u1940 (6 Months) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1941 0 0 76 2k 0 0 0 2
1942 1 0 ;1;, 529 15 19 01

U1945(8 1943
1944
Months)
CUMULATIVE TOTAL
288
61

350
0
1k
115
11
140
0
0
0
201
1,161
226

1,940
0
247
0
0
262
0
0
0
12
4
201
25
230
0
0
0
3

PAGE REFERENCE TO MODEL 27 ' 28 27 28 27 28 8 24,27

Including1 ESin August1941.

PRODUCTION, JULY 1, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I. 1945


OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

TABLE

AIRPLANES
JANUARY-JUNE jU910

CATEGORY
AND MLL Unit j Total jJanuaryFebruaryj March April May June

ALL MILITARYAIRPLANES Number 2,212 2514 257 296 402 40 553


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 9,509 1,331 1,261 1,328 1,471 1,920 2,198

Combat Number 1,1149 176 149 165 175 2114 270


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 6, 012 1,106 922 828 749 1,062 1,3145

Bomber Number 568 114 90 71 75 103 115


Airframe Wt. (000 lba.) 4,092 885 732 517 430 709 819

Heavy Bomber, Medium Range, 4-engine Number 15 6 4 5 0 0 0


Airframe Wt. (000lbs.) 281 1]2 75 914 0 0 0
B-17, Boeing, Seattle, Washington Number 15 6 4 5 0 0 0

Medium Bomber, 2-engine Number 38 5 14 7 1 3 8


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 453 59 161 78 13 39 103
B-18A (IB-280), Douglas,
Santa Monica, California Number 23 5 12 6 0 0 0
B-23,Douglas,Santa Monica, California Number 13 0 1 0 1 3
B-0, Martin, Baltimore, Maryland Number 2- 0 1 1 0 0 0

Light Bomber,2-engine Number 465 103 72 43 48 96 103


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 3,203 7114 496 297 337 657 702
A-20 (IB-7,BD), Douglas,
Santa Monica, California Number 155 19 28 24 -7 30 47
212, B-14 (Hudson type), Lockh~eed,-
Burbank "B", California Number 142 33 23 18 214 21 23
167 (A-22),Martin,Baltimore, Maryland Number 168 51 21 1 17 45 33

Navy Light Bomber, 1-angina Number 50 0 0 16 26 4 4


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 155 0 0 48 80 13 14
SBC,Curtise, Buffalo, New York Number 34 0 0 16 18 0 0
8A-14 (A-17), Douglas, El Segundo, Calif. Number 15 0 0 0 8 4 3
SBD,Douglas, El,.Segundo, Calif. Number 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Fighter Number 523 28 51 91 97 106 150
Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 1,6914 82 157 300 308 338 509

Army Fighter, 2-engine Number 7 0 0 2 0 0 5


AirframeWt. (000 lbs.) 59 0 0 17 0 0 42
Bell,Buffalo,New York
YB?4-1, Number 7 0 0 2 0 0 5
Army Fighter,1-engine Number 447 4 37 89 96 98 123
Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 1,428 10 115 283 305 3114 401
EP-1 (P-35), Republic, Farmingdale, L. I. Number 48 4 8 12 13 11 0
HS-75 (P-36), Curtiss, Buffalo, New York Number 360 0 29 77 83 76 95
P-40 (HK-81), Curtiss, Buffalo, New York Number 0. 0 0 0 11 25
21, Curtiss, St. Louis, Missouri 3 0 0 0 0
Number 0 3
Navy Fighter, 1-engine 69 24 14 0 1
Number 8 22
Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 207 72 42 0 3 24 66
239, 339 (F2A ), frec.t .',
Long Island City, Long Island Number 69 24 14 0 1 8 22

econnaissance Number 34 8 3 3 5 5
Airframe Wt. (000lbs.) 226 139 33 11 11 15 17
0-47B, North American, Inglewood, Calf. Number 43 34 8 1 0 0 0
F-2 (Photo. -version of C-45
Beech, Wichita, Kansas Number 12 0 0 2 3 3 4
OE6t, Chance Vought, Stratford, Conn. Number 3 0 0 0 0 2 1

Transport Number 126 12 17 22 26 28 21


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 1,280 89 135 227 220 389 220

Heavy Transport, 1k-engine Number 7 0 0- 2 0 4 1


Airframe lit. (000 lbs.)- 273 0 0 78 0 156 39
S-307,Boeing, Seattle,Washington Number 7 0 0 2 0 4 1

Medium Transport, 2-engine Number 71 6 9 10 17 16 ' 13


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 829 71 107 119 191 186 155
DC-3, Douglas,Santa Monica, California Number 6 9 10 12 15 13
18-07,100~(Lodestartype),Lockheed, 63
Burbank "B," California Number 0 0 0 2 1 0
DC-5, Dougla, El Segundo, California Number 3 0 0 0 0 0
3
Light Transport, 2-engine Number 25 1 4 3 2 8 7
Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 110 4~ 15 11 7 47 26
C-45, 18A, Beech, Wichita, Kansas Number 8 0 0 1 0 4 3
J' (G-21), Gruman, Bethpege, L. I. Number 17 1 4 2 2 4 4

Light Transport, 1-engine Number 23 5 4 7 7 0 0


Airframe Wt. (000lbs.) "68 14 13 19 22 0 0
GB-1, ID-17S (C-43), Beech, Wichita, Kan. Number 6 2 0 3 1 0 0
.2F, Grumman, Bethpage,Long Island Number 17 3 4 4 6 0 0
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JANUARY-dUNE 1940O

ANDMOEL
CATEGiORY Unit Total Jnmeexp February March April M3ap .Tme

Tainr Number 937 66 91 109 201 208 262


Arframen Wt. (000 lbs.,) 2,217 136 204 273 502 469 633
AdvanedTranr.~ 2-eogixm Number 1 2. 0 0 0 0 0
Arfrae W t. (0001Abe.) 4 4 0 0 0 0 0
l8-P (AT-11), Bech,Wcita,KTnses Number 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Advaced Tmaior, l-engi±ne Nubr 2614 56 55 27 50 35 41


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 665 121 133 72 1314 95 110
AT-6 (SN, BC-itA), North American,
Inglewood, California Number 2214 32 45 27 47 35 38
2-PA, AT-12, Republic, Famingdale, L. I Number 6 0 0 0 3 0 3
22 (sNo), Curiss, Buffalo, Neov York Number 34 24 10 0 0 0 0

Basic Trainer Number 388 2 16 52 88 87 143


Airframe Bt. (000 lbs.) 1,215 4 48 171 297 269 .426
BT-13, Conolidated Valtee,
floeney, California Number 17 0 0 1 0 0 16
NT-114(NIA-64), North American,
Inglewood, Caifornia Number 371 2 1.6 51 88 87 1.27

Primary Trainer Number 2814 7 20 30 63 86 78


Airframe Wt. (000 lbs.) 333 7 23 30 71 105 97
PT-13, PT-17 (A75L), Boeing,Wiohittana umber 108 0 6 8 23 34 37
131, Naval Airrat, Philadelphia, Pa. Number 59 0 0 0 16 27
16
16
9
PT-20 (STC), Ryan, San Diego, Calif. Number 75 5 6 16 23
PT-19, Fairchild, Hagerstown, Maryland Number 26 0 0 0 1 9 16
YP'T-15, St. Louis Aircraft, St. Louis, M Number 13 2 8 3 0 0 0
TUPF-7 (PT-l14), Waco, Troy, Ohio Number 3 0 0 3 0 0 0

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JANUARY .940-.AGUST 19415
(unit- ach , _________ ____ ____

Airframe 194+5
CATEGORYAND MODEL Comany and. Location Weight par 194+0 191 194+2 194+3 19441 First 8
Unit (The.) Months

ALL AIRPLANESAND SPECIAL


PURPOSE AIRCRAFT 9 13 21 36 4+
Combat
Bomber
Heavy Bomber, Long Ran
9
3
10
5
16
7
26
7.
50 6
.4-nine 0 1 3 0 0 0
P-19 Douglas, Santa Monica, Calif. 62,300 Nov.
P2-29 Boeing, Seattle, Washington 15,900 Dec. (3)
Heavy Bomber,
Mdium Bangs, 14-ngine 1 0 0 0 .3 1
XB-21+B ConsolidatedVultse,
San Diego, California 20,300 Aug.
12-21+5 Ford, Willow Run, Michigan 23,200 Nov.
XB-32 Consolidated Vultue,
San Diego, California 39,900_ Aug. (2) March
Patrol Bomber, 4-.engine 0 1 0 1 0 0
XPB2Y-3 Consolidated Vltee,
San Diego, California 28, 900 Dec.
XPB2M-l Martin, Baltimore, Maryland 61,800 Dec.
Patrol.Boger, 2-engine 2 1 0 1 0 0
12BY-5A Consolidated Vultee,
San Diego, California 15,5300 July
12BM-1 Martin, Baltimore, Maryland 17,700 Sept.
12BM-2 Martin, Baltimore, Maryland 20,000 a April
XPBB-l Boeing, Seattle, Washington 28, 000 a1 Oct.
Medium Bombs;,2-sogngirna 0 1 2 0 0
XB-28 North American, Inglewood, Ca2i 15,300 Oct.
XB-28A North American, Inglewood,c:e lif. 15,200 Aug.
n2-25P North Am rican, Inglewood, 8La 12,600 a
Jan.
Amny LightfBoalber,
2..er+ine 0 0 2 1 0
ZA-26B Douglas, El Segundo, Calif. 12,800 June
XA-26A Douglas, El Segundo, Calif. 12, 800 Sept.
XA-26 Douglas, El Segundo, Calif. 12,800 Feb.
Amy Light Bomber,
l.e ine 0 1 0 0 3
XA-31B Consolidated. Voltee,
Downey,
I
!(
California 6,800 July
XA-32, XA-32A Brewster, Long Island. City, 1,.. 8,100 June (2)
IA-1 Consolidated. Vltee,
Downey, California 8,500 Feb.
Navy Light Bomber,
1-engine 2 2 1 1 2
M3B2U-3 Vought-Sikorsky,
Stratford,Connecticut 3,600 Nov.
XTBF-1 Grumman, Bethpage, Long Island 6, 900 Dec.
Z'iBF=2 Grumman,Bethpage, Long Island 6,900 a Sept.
ITH-1 Vought.S' kcrky,
Stratford., Connecticut 7,300 Mar.
XBB2A-1 Brewster, Johneville, Pa. 6,900 Nov.
Douglas, El Segundo, Calif. +,600 Feb.a
XTBM-3 Pastern, Trenton, Nevr Jersey 7,000 Arr.,a May a
5
July, Aug.a
PSB2D-1 Douglas, El Segundo, Calif. 8,4100 Oct.
=BT-2 Aug.
Douglasy P1 Segundo, Calif. 9,100 Feb.
Fighter 5 G 19 25
Amy Fighter, 2-eng nse 0 2 23
3 2
XP-38A Lockheed., Burbank "B, Calif. 7, 100 Dec.
Lockheed., Burbank "B", Calif. 10,200 July
xp-58 Lockheed, Burbank "B", Calif. 21,200 Dec.
XP-59A Bell,Buffalo,New York 5,500 March (3)
x2-61 Northrop,Hawthorne, Califoruia 13,500 July, Aug
xp-67 McDonnell,St. Louis,Missouri 11,500 June
XP-70 Douglas,Santa Monica,Calif. 9,200 July
xp-82 North American, Inglewood., Cali- 8,500 Aug.
Navy Fighter, 2-engine 1 0' 0 2 0
IF5F-1 Grumman,
Bethpage, Long Island. 5,600 e Feb.
XF7F-1 Grumman,Bethpage, Long Island. 8,800 Aug. (2)
Army Fighter, 1-engine 2 12 ]J1 18
XP-39E Bell, Buffalo, New York +,300 April June (2)
IP-1+OP Crties, Buffalo, NewYork 4+,100 June
12-1+0Q Curtiss, B "falo, Hew York 3,900 April
12-1+6, A Curtiss, Buffalo, HewYork 3,500 a Feb (2)
XP-1+7B Republic,Farmingdale, L. I. 5,600 April
XP-1+7E Republic, Farmingale, L. I. Dec.
XP-1+7J Republic, Farmingdala, L. I. 6,100 Nov.
XP-1+7K, L Republic, Farmingdale, L. I. 7500 July Jan.
XP-1+7N Republic, Farmingdale, L. I. Sept.
XP-51 North American, Inglewood., Calif 7,500
+,500 Aug., Dec.
XP-51B North American, Inglewood., Calif Aug. (2)1
XP-51F North American, Inglewood., Calif 3,200 June (2)
Sept. (1)

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JANUARY 1940-AUGUST 194f5
it~A-Each) _____

Air rams 1945


-AND MODEL
CATEGORY Company and Location eight per 1940 191 1942 19143 19414 First 8
Unt(lbs. Months

Army Fighter, i-engine


(Continued)
p:1 North Aerican, Inglewood, calif 3,300 Sept. April
XP-51J North American, Inglewood,Oalif. 3,600 Mar., July
xP-54Consolidated Vultee,
Downey, California 11,300 Nov. Aug.
XP-55 Curtiss, St. Louis, Missouri 4,100 March (3)
XiP-56 Northrop, Hawthorne, Calif. 5,800 Oct.
xP-60, A Curtiss, Buffalo, New York 5,100 July Oct.
xP-60C, E Curtiss, Buffalo, New York 4,800 Jun. (2)
x-2Curtiss, Buffalo, New York 7,600 Sept.
xP-63 Bell, Buffalo, Sew York 3,600 Mer., May
xP-63A Ball, Buffalo,New York 4,300 Sept.
XP-75 Fisher Body', Cleveland, Ohio 5,000 March (8)
XP-77 Bell, Buffalo, New York 1,600 July April
X- Lockheed, Burbank "B",Calif. 5,500 May
May
XP-80A Lockheed, Burbank "B", Calif. 5,500

Navy Fighter, 1-engine 1 2 0 4 6


XF4U-1 Vought-Nikorsky, Stratford, Corn. 4,300 Oct.5
XF4U-4 Chance-Vought, Stratford, Coon. 5,700 Feb., 'ipri?.
XF4t-4 Chance-Vought, Stratford, Coon. 5,700 Dec. ()
XF4-3 Chance-Vought, Stratford, Conn. 5,700 Dec. (2)
xe'4-5Granmcan, Bethpage,Long Island 3,600 e July, Aug.
XF4F-6 Grumman, Bethpage, Long Island 3,600 a Nov.
XF4F-4 Gruiman, Bethpage, Long Island 3,600 May
XF4F-8 Grummcan, Bethpage, Long Island 3,600 e Jan. (2)
XFL-1 Bell,Buffalo, New York 1 3,600 e Feb.
XF6F-3 Grumman, Bethpage, Long Island 5,600 Mar.
xF6F-4 Grumman, Bethpage, Long Island 5,600 e Nov.
iF6F-6 Gru mean, Bethpage, Long Island 5,900 Sept.a
Bethpage, Long Island 5,900 Dec.a
xFF6Grumacn,
yXyl4C-2N Curtiss, Buffalo, New York I 6,800 July
XF8F-l Grumman, Bethpage, Long Island 3,600 Mar., May
NeoFaR- nc1 ( Ruin
yan, San Diego, California 4,700 Jun. (3)
Photographic) 2 0 0 0 2 1
Se asi 'Reconaissance
xSO3C-1 Curtiss, Columbaa, Ohio 3,500 Jan.
XCS2U-1 Vought-Sikoraky, Stratford,
Conn. 2,000 a Feb.
XSC-l Curtiss, Columbus,Ohio 3,800 _____ ____ April May

11-14 (P-80) Lockheed, Burbank "B", Calif. 5,500 Dec.

Transport 0 0 1 1 0 2
eayTasot4-gi0 0 0 0 0 2
XC-97 Boeing, Renton, Washington 47,500 June (2)

Mediua Transport,2-engin 0 0 1 1 0 0
xc-60B Lockheed, Burbank "B", Calif. 7,800 Sept.
XC-53A Douglas, Santa Monica, Calif. 11,400 March
XR5-1 Lockheed',Burbank "B", Calif. 7,800 a May a

'Trainer 0 3, 1 4 2 0
Advanced Trainer,2-engL 0 0 0 3 2 0
X.A-1? Fairchild, Hagerstown, Md. 8,100 NOV.
XAT-15 Boeing, Wichita # 1, Kansas 7,100 July (2)
XAT-14A Fairchild, Hagerstown, Md. 6,400 March
XSL-1 Langley Aviation, Landover, Md. * Aug.

Basic Trainer 0 1 1 0 0 0
TET-12 Fleetwings, Bristol, Pa._ 2,200 May
XBT-17 Boeing, Wichita.{) 1, iKansas 2,100 e Jan.

Primary Trainer 0 2 0 1 0 0
X1T23C Fairchild, agerstown, Md. 1,400 June
XB5N-1 Navsal Aircraft, PhiladelphiaPa. 1,500 e April
XN2I'-2 Timn, Van Buys, California 1,400 Oct.

Com nications 0 0 2 0 6. 8
XiL-6 Intteta, iciialb, Illinois 750 July
XR-1, A Plait Le Page, Eddystone, Pa. 2,200 Mar., Jtue
XR-4 Sikorsky, Stratford, Coon. 1,250 June
30-5 Sikorsky', Stratford., Coon. 1,900 Oct.
X.-5 Sikorsky, Stratford, Coon. 1,900 Mar. (2)
June (2)
XB-6A Sikorsky, Stratford, Coon. 1,350 June
Oct. (2)
IN-6A Sikorsky, Stratford, Coon. 17,350 Jun. March
10-60 Kellett,Philadelphia, Pa. 1,200 Dec.
1500-1 (R-5) Siko'rsky, Stratford.,
Corn. 1,350 Oct. a Jan. a
3053-1 (N-6 ) lorakty, ratind,-Conn. 1, 0 Nov.
Special Purpose Aircraft 0 0 6 0
XBQ-1 Fleetwings, Bristol, pa. 7,000 Aug.
XBBO.2A Fleetwings, Bristol, =a. 3,500 Feb.
11135-1 Naval Aircraft,Philadelphia,
Pa. 2,200 Dec. Jan.
Z2EARNo- Itestte, ItrttDi'b, 71'q.
t3oia 2,600 (2)
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EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT
JANUARY 1940-AUGUST 1945
________________________Unit-Ec______

Airframe 1945
CATEGORY
AND MODEL Company and Location Weight per 1940 1941 1942 1943 194 First 8
Unit (lbs.) Months

Special Purpose Aircraft


(Continued)
XTD25-1 Interstate, Delb, Illinois 4,100 Oct.
XTD3N Interstate, Delib, Illinois 3,900 Sept.(3)
GLIDERS 0 4 20 9 2. 3
Tr~oop 0 0 4 8 1 0
XCG-10 (30-place) Laister-Kauffman, St. Louis, 9,600 Oct.
XCG-13 (30-place) Waco, Toy, Ohio 8,500 e Sept., Oct.
XCG-15 (15-place) Waco, Troy, Ohio 3,800 March
XCG-7 (15-place) Bowlus, San Fernando, Calif. 2,100 Apr.
XCG-5 (15-place) St.. Louis Aircraft, St. Louic,Mo * Oct.
XCG-4B (15-place) Timm, Van Noya, California 3,050 Apr.
XCG-4 (15-place) Waco, Troy, Ohio 9,957 July (2)
X3'O-1(15-place) Northwestern, St. Paul,Minn. # May
20'G-2 (15-place) Ridgefield, Ridgefield, N. J. 4,000 e July
XCG-3 (9-place) Waco, Troy, Ohio -. 1,700 a Sept.
XCG-8 (8-place) Bowlus, San Fernando,Calif. 2,400 Apr.
Navy Special Purpose 0 0 0 1 1 3
122-1 (30-place) Naval Aircraft, Philadalphis,Ps. 13,300 Feb. (2)
ILRBO-1(12-place) Bristol Aero Crporation,
West Haven, Connecticut 3,400 May Feb.
XLSA-1 (12-place) Allied Aviation,Dundalk, Md. 3,700 March
Training, 2-and 3-place 0 4 16. 0 0 0
X15-1 Frankfort Sailplane, Joliet, 500 Nov. Mar. (2)
XTG-2 Schweizer, Elmira, Sew York 750 a Nov. (3)
115-3 Schweizer, Elmira, New York 750 Apr.
July (2)
X15-4 Laister-Kauffman, St. Louis, 45o July (2)
Dec.
XTG-13 Brieglieb, Beverly Hills, Calif 602 Nov.
XLEPratt Reed, Deep River, Con, 3,600 July
XLNP-1 Piper, Lock Haven, Connecticut 515 e Nov. (3)
XLN-1 Aeronca, Middletown, Ohio at Nov. (3)

Control. Therefore they are also shown in the main tables of


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e Estimated.
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LUnit - Each)
ALL AIRCRAT ENGISES BY TYPE'S
i
Tactical

PERIOD Trainer
Total Army Navy Standard (1340Pubic
Cognizance Cognizance (Over1340 Turbo Inch~eDieplace-
Cubic inches Jet menmend Uodr4,)
Diepleent)

1940 -July 2,056 1,470 586 1,207


August 2,250 1,506 744 1, 012 1,238
September 2,639 1,912 727 1,175 1,464,
October 3,112 2,286 826 1,495 1,617
November 2,522 1,707 815 1,344 1,178
December 2,934 1,903 1,031 1,479
1941 - January 3,181. 2,282 899 1,438 1,743
February 3 ,630 2,514 1,116 1,-'o1 2,126
March 3,918 2,686 1,252 1,770. 2,146
April 4,265 2,849 1,416 2,460
May 4,119 2,715 1,40)4 1,874 2,245
June 4,407 2,979 1, 428 2,057 2,350
July 5,041 3,392 1,649 2,421 2,620
Auguet 5,514 3,695 1,821 2,446 3,o68
September 5,660 3,748 1,912 2,522 3,158
October 5,624 5,992 1;632 2,578 3,046
November 6,246 2,054 3,094 5,152
December 6,576 4,480 2,116 3,406 5,170
1942 - January 4,873 2,584 4,222 3,0355
February 7,404k
4,969 2,4355 4,300 3,104
March 9,483 6,928 2,555 5,440 4,043
April 10,131 7,440 2,691 6,076 4,055
May 10,931 8,140 2,791 6,674 4,257
June 11,7355 8,805 2,932 7,545 4,390
July 11,926 8,985 2,941 8,200 3,726
Auguet 13,061 10,090 2,971 9,309 3,752
September 13,224 10,249 2,975 9,288 3,956
October 15,716 10,661 5,055 9,861 3,855
November 14,23 10,955 3,278 9,938 4,295
December 14,988 11,716 5,272 10,629 4,359
1943 - January 16,065 12,585 5,478 10,942 5,121
February 15,502 12,240 5,062 10,817 4,.485
March 17,012 15,581 5,451 12,264 4,748
April 16,849 13,609 3,240 11,918 4,931
May 17,891 14,782 5,109 15,001 4,890
June 18,008 14,831 5,177 13,260 4,748

July 18, 758 15,590 5,148 14,255 4,483


August 19, 705 16, 401 3,302 15,453 4,250
September 20,593 17,769 2,824 16,688 3,905
October 22,226 18,984 5, 242 17,976 4,250
November 22,717 x9,456 5,261 18,630 4,087
December 22,014 18,975 3,039 18,500 5,714
1944 - January 22,6961 19,771 2,925 19,269 5,427
February 21,146 .18, 027 5,119 17,946 3,192
March 2., 994 20,621 3,373 20,851 3,130
April 22,690 19,480 5,210 19,959 2,724
May 22,819 19,856 2,983 20,567 2,239
June 25,094 20,158 2,936 21,272 1,806

July 22,615 20,551 2,062 21,105


August 24,109 21,595 2,516 22,257
September 20,939 18,758 2,201 19,400 1,528
October- 19,270 16,558 2,712 18,150 1,118
November 17,239 14,917 2,522 16,126 1,105
December 16,305 15,612 2,691 15,520 761
1945 - January 17,323 14,686. 2,637 16,216 1,069
February 15,684 15,010 2,674 15,083 570
March 16,669 15,778 2,891 16,2]88 433.
April 14,017 11,5688 2,649 13,521 451
May 14,427 11,810 2,617 15,980 391
June 11,251 2,560 10,783 361
July 10,691. 8,409 2,282 10,0o89 425
August 6,288 5,155 1,153 5,745 266
STMMARY H
1940 (6 Monthe) 15,513 10,784 4, 2 .7,355+ 8,159
1941 58,181 39,502 26,915 31,266
1942 138,089 103,809 34,280 91,282 46,807
1943 227,116 1i88,805 17350~4 53,612
1944 256,912 223,862 A3;,050 2??.422 ?4,368
1945 (8 Monthal 106,350 86,887 19,463 101,;605 3,96,
CUMULATIVE TOTAL 802,161 653,647 633,0$2' 901 168,17A.
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PERIOD 2200-000 hp. 1600-2100hp. 1200-1350 hp. 1300-2600hp 440-875 hp. 50-330 hp.
(Liquid-cooled)

1940 - July 195 406 60 384 1,011


August 176 657 70 315 1,034
September 235 585 231 340 1,248
October 293 769 285 1,446
November 519
296 777 176 298 975
December 375 819 495 989
1941 - January 444 720 134 524 1,359
February 443 719 300 718 1,450
March 543 915 311 649 1,500
April 744 821 237 861 1,602
May 712 759 403 825 1,420
June 819 829 404 815 1,540
July 857 1,047 513 878 1,746
August 775 955 714 1,161 1,909
September 731 1,045 729 1,289 1,866
October 836 972 770 1,024 2,022
November 1 1,188 1,038 855 1,229
December 1,935
1 1,067 1,209 1,128 1,236 1,935
1942 - January 1 1,713 1,295 1,213 1,465 1,570
February 1 1,801 1,307 1,191 1,500 1,604
March 2 1,879 2,033 1,512 1,613 2,444
April 0 2,193 2,224
May 1,659 1,586 2,469
1 2,416 2,451 1,806 1,632 2,625
June 7 2,612 2,770 1,956 1,P8 2,682
July 6 2,697 3,429, 2,068 1,657 2,069
August 13 2,659
September 4,510 2,127 1,659 2,093
S 2,748 4,403 2,132 1,786 2,150
October 11 3,067 4,598 2,184 1,760 2,096
November 12 2,815 5,008
December 2,103 1,957 2,338
7 5,334 5,059 2,229 1,956 2,403
1943 - January 19 3,478 5,163 2,282 2,131 2,990
February 11 3,199 5,393 2,214 1,960 2,525
March 29 4,148 6,015 2,072 2,053 2,695
April 10 3,583 6,166 2,159 2,026 2,905
May 21 2,938 7,118
June 2,924 2,101 2,789
14 2,812 7,506 2,928 2,169 2,579
July 22 2,922 8,145 3,166 1,861 2,622
August 31 3,787
September 8,560 3,075 1,757 2,493
104 4,284 9,010 3,290 1,883 2,022
October 171
November 4,673 9,902 3,230 1,845 2,405
234 4,902 10,711 2,783 1,540 2,5l7
December 259 4,810 9,964 3,267 1,391 2,323
1944- January 308
February
5,803 9,587 3,571 1,427 2,000
372 4,756 9,319 3,499 1,587 1,605
March 451 6,728 9,569 4,103 1,829 1,301
April 527
May 6,029 9,391 4,012 1,636 1,088
543 7,091 9,556 3,377 1,224 1,015
June 765 6,854 9,511 4,142 1,063 743
July 962 6,782 9,380 3,981 865 632
August 1,165 7,075
September
9,271 4,746 1,055 786
1,367 6,282 8,514 3,237 890 638
October 1,501 6,407
November 6,898 3,344 619 499
1,500 5,655 6,018 2,953 571 534
December 1,885 4,916 6,389 2,330 494 267
1945 - January 2,035 5,719
February 5,075 3,387 755 314
2,149 5,327 4,875 2,732 23 547
March 2,487
April 5,601 4,847 3,253 0 433
2,607 4,986 3,560 0 45
May 2,742 4,771 3,582 2, 8
June 74 317
2,849 4,196 2,299 1,439 0 361
July 2,782 4,101
August 1,701 1,505 5 420
1,752 2,246 913 834 0 266

SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 0 1,570 4,13 1,078 2,149 6,703
1941 2 9,159 11,029 6,498 11,209
1942 20,284
66 29,934 39,087 22,180 20,279 26,543
1943 923 45,536 93,653 33,390 22,717 30,895
1944 11,346 74,78 10,403 43,295 13,260 11,108
1945 (8Months\ 19,403 36,947 26,852 18,403 857 3,109
CUMULATIVETOTAL 31,742 197,524 278,037 124,844 70,471 98,642
e a Eiclu din.
g rboletengines.
a 1',xu; uuuls turvo jet engines.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940- AUGUST 31, 1945


S
SEPTEMBER I, 1945
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE

AIRCRAFT ENGINES BY PLANT

____________________ ~~(Unit
Each)______________
-

ldSIGHT,PATERSON,
NEWJERSEY WRIGHT,LOCELABB,OHIO
I i ,

1 -3350, cyclone 18 R-2600,Cyclone14 Whirlwind.

PERIOD5
Total Cyclone Itl Cyclone18 CyClone 14
BB and. SD R-1820 R-975 2-760 Toal -15550 R-2600
BA BA end.BB

1940 - -July - I -1 I- I
42~9 a 190 3 171- 59 4
Augut 447 175 0 225 27 20
September 458 234 0 187 .29 8
October 594 b 287 255 57 ' 11
November 592 0 288 227 61 9
December 7
724 551 16 251 92 34
1941 - January 847 c 385 45 317 b9 50
February 795 b 560 269 81 52
52
March 925 422 58 01 25
April
359
1,079 503 160 382 40t 2
,May 947 508 91 320 28 0
June 1,095 572. 159. 542' 36 4 5 5
July 1,185 588 128 430 355 12 12
August 1,112 585 70 402 75 0 22 22
September 1,185 527 81 472 104 1 20 20
October 1,192 570 b2 444 113 3 42 42
November 1,204 585 100 424 94 0 152, 132
December 1,254 521 105 526 101 0 13 13
1
1942 - January 1,5387 1 810 103 552 120 1 474 474
February 1,570 596 57 564 172 0 501 501
March 1,624 002 1 829 189 1 522 522
April 1
1,515 658 5 758 154 0 681 881
May 1,554 0 579 1 803 150 0 851 851
June 1,517 1 540 Program 818. 152 0 1,027 1,027
0 complete
July 1,480 1 800 776 98 0 1,028 1,026
August 1,419 359 987 80 0 1,232 1,252
September 1,652 7 580 884 175 2 1,095 1,093
October 1,609 503 974 121 0 1,572 1,572
November 19
1,551
10 578 993 188 0 1,215 1,215
December 1,558 442 928 181 0 1,582 1,562
48
1943 10
*.January 1,455 425 867 121 1 1,721 1,721
February 1,529 11 527 881 107 3 1,428 1,428
March 1,780 582 1,007 180 2 1,872 1,872
April 1,5355 555 874 98 0 1,575 1,575
May 1,598 319 555 965 77 0 884 884
June 1,278 10 440 764 58 0 842 842
268
July 1,454 210 487 857 88 0 267 267
August 997 203 546 557 81 2 1,058 1,058
September 1,267 402 6680 102 1 1,859 1,659
October 1,488 571 840 105 5. 1,554 1,554
November 1,515 223
331 688 56 5 1,962 1,982
December 1,412 558 7(6 20 2 2,157 2,157
381
1944 - January 1,524 1302
188 598 814 18 3 2,215 2,215
February 1,574 402 830 0 8 1,012 1,012
March 1,497 21 445 682 2 2 2,719 2,719
April 1,385 531 580 616 0 0 2,055 2,055
May 1,625 442 844 0 3 2,504 2,504
June 1,527, 551' 495 615, 0 Program 1,989 1,989
560 complete
July 1, 409 45 298 688 9 2,725 2,725
August 1,329 550 256 589 0 2,652 2,652
September 1,298 140 801 0 2,295 2,293
October 1,022 94 585 1' 2,510 2,510
November 750 6501 4 528 Program 1,912 1,912
December 986 Progra~m 551 complete 1,159 1, 158
551 complete
1945-January 7529
964 297 1,764 1,725
February 9576 45
275 1,029 996
March 1,058 650 279 1,114 1,000
April. 1,012 245 859 649
May 1,080 38
311 971 870
June 1,051 277 851 471
July 788 130 1,042 652
August 442 288 164
77
SUMMARY
1940 (6 Months) 3 ,244 0 0 1,523 29 1,298 305 86 0 0 0
1941 12,818 2 0 8,104 1,075 4,887 843 105 248 0 240
1942 18,176. 58 8 6,393 147 9,848 1,720 4 11,558 0 11,558
1943 17,082 908 9 5,359 0 9,896 1,089 21 16,559 0 16,559
1944 15,924" 5,188 79 5,534 0 7,279 50 14 25,881 1 25,680
1945 (8 Monthsl 7,550 5,548 92 0 0 1,891 0 0 7,898 1,591 6,507
CUMULATIVETOTAL 74,554 11,502 188 22,715 1,251 54,895 3,967 228 01,940 1,592 80,548

B-29. B-32. BTO, A-20, 340. B5.202,


A0B-
20, 505-2.
7SC, -25.
SAS2C,T5d
USEDPRfIAILY IN C-69. 70B29. Sti,1ing.P-70. A-25, SB2A, J220,0R,SOD, 00.10,0100 030. -- 0-29,B-32. A30,, PBM--3,

2.200Php.
'12-0h..15002h, 17003h

- 2200 1200 00h. hp,


170 '0an.
,doOO.450 hp., 225h. 2200hP. 1400-1800
hs.

a Including 2 R-3550As
b Including 1 R-550A.
c Including' 5 R-5550Ao.
d Including 1 R-2160.

PRODUCTION, JULY I, 1940-AUGUST 31, 1945 SEPTEMBER I, 1945


62 OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE.

AIRCRAFT'ENGINES BY PLANT

PSATT
ANDWHITUEY,EASTHARTFORD,
CONNECTICUT

R-2800, Double Wasp

PTotal Toa Wasp Major -2000


R-4360 1-stage B 2-stage B 2-stage C

1940O- July 560


August 719 1
September 710 1
October 798 2 0
November 788 1 0
December 999 8 0
19141 - January 870 13 0
Februsry 1,116 30 0
March 1,206 63 0
April 1,347 0
May 1,349 0
June 1,368 103 0
July 1,591 130 1
August 1,757 117
September 1,860 101 2
October 1,582 160 1
November 2,006 a 271 1
December 2,070 264 0
1942'-
January 2,339 269 0
February 2,403 352 6
March 2,515 364 15
April 2,646 382 24
May 2,746 432 27
June 2,900 468 4+7
July 2,911 400 '101
August 2,969 400 116
September 2,968 380 69
October 3,038 282 238
November 3,250 219
312
December 3,239 306 220
1943 - January 3,424 2(8 263
February 3,045 271 193
March 3,330 175 449
April. 3,124 19 460
May 2,960 38. 323
June 2,987 140 384+
July 2,908 268 476
August 2,984 350 492
September 2,468 150
October 335
2,886 222 620
November 2,715 255 627
December 2,438 164 645
1944 - Janusry 2,216 205 680
February 2,390 239 745
March 2,585 155 825
April 2,330 111 803
May 1,979 8 8o8
June 1,785 Program 799
complete
July 1,186
August 532
1,462 789
September 1,141
October 518
1,4+85 590
November 1,072
December 406
1,406 247
194+5
- January 1,436
February 357
1,414 325
March 1,425
April 254
1,3355 10
May 1,257
June Program
1,185 complete
July 880
August 416

1940 (6
Months) 4,574 0 11 2 0 0
19141 18,1E2 0 1,460 '6 0 10
1942 33,954 0 1,347 1,082 0 406
194355278230 ,6 ,4
1941 8Mots 21,037 25 87,456512
94(8oth 9,31+8 7 7 0 794+4 2,648 3,162______
CUMUTTYN TOAL 122,392 171 8,8;6 15,043 3,016 8,081

WDS IAR37 IN - PI -25V - 4I


, PS
F-4, FCCC. C-54.

a 103u7 tng 4 8-183Q0C89'so, 1 tse r

I, 940-AUGUST
JULY1,1940-AUGUST
PRODUCTION, JULY 33, 945 SEPTEMBER I. 1945
PRODUCTION, 31, 1945 1, 1945
SEPTEMBER
OMPUS SPECIAL RELEASE 6

AIRCRAFT ENGINES BY PLANT

(Unit - Each)
- Continued
PRATTAND WITNIEY, EAST SARTSDO~,CONNECTICUT

R-1830, Twin Wasp

PEIDHornet 1535 Wsp Wasp Jr.


PEIDC3, 040 050, C70 C9G0 R-1690 R-13140 R-985
1-Stage 2-Stage 2-Stage

194Q - July 2314 1 13 175 54. 83


August 421 11 11 98 51 126
September 36533 C115115 72
October 497 17 2 146 52 82
November 536 1 5 90 87 5
December 571 17 0 29 331 4
1941 -Jaur 387 16 130 10 236 78
February 44 10 30 12 3214 270
March 545 11 1 Program 317. 269
April 46 3 3 ccomplete 443 367
May 423 16 0 442 355
June 457 30 5 392 381

July 57104445 3914


August 498 54 67144
September 521 52 17 6614 503
October 1431 96 10 48 455
November 531 79 12 60508
December 575 100 1 600 522
1942 - January- 0 123 0 620 707
February ..6014 118 0 606 703
March 629 101414 6214 741
April 672 146 Program 630 770
May 666 166 complete 625 800
June 675 125 625 900
July 727 150 625 900
August 726 185 625 900
September 749 199 625 902
October 695 226 647 900
November 729 265 675 1,000
December 681 320 670 1,000

1943 - January 54o 460 814 1,0014


February 64o 261 600 1,000
March 739 3614 485 1,000
April 659 390 396 1,0514
May 54o 459 408 1,053
June 515 449 40 999
July 609 250 350 869
August 773 179 350 726
September 763 109 299 716
October 1,029 5 301. 601
November 900 Program 30o4 451
December 903 complete 5 260 241

19144 - January 782 18 200 54


February 625 131 200 12
March 625 158 358 1314
April 637 173 3363
May 410 302 245 1
June 391 330 65 1
July 266 265 2 3
August 144 339 0 0
September 166 2514 0 1
October 181 313 2 Program
November 71 265 Program complete
December 58 387 complete
1945 - January Program 46
February complete 404
March 346
April 371
May 3514
June