Delivered to the USAF as 51-3833 in 1952. Stored at Davis-Monthan AFB in 1974. To N1027N in 1979 then to Northern Air Cargo in 1981. Withdrawn from use at Fairbanks by 2003. To Everts for parts in 2008.
Ordered for the USAF as SA-16A 52-0130. Delivered to the USCG as UF-1G 2130. Redesignated as an HU-16E in 1962. Stored at Davis-Monthan AFB in 1974. To Andrews University as N1026A in 1979 then moved to Big Spring, TX in 1990. Cancelled in 2002 and used for parts.
On April 4th, 1943 this B-25 took off from Colombia AAB, SC for a routine skip-bombing practice over Lake Murray. The left engine failed at 500 ft whilst on the bombing run and, as they were too low to bail out, the captain carried out a forced landing on the lake. Fortunately, the crew could evacuate safely before the plane sank. It was raised 62 years later and eventually will be placed on display in the condition it was found on the lake bed. At the time of my visit the nose section restoration was complete. This was the 200th B-25C off the production line and the 3rd oldest surviving.
Originally delivered to Lufthansa as D-ALEC in 1956. It served several purposes until September 1968, when it was flown to Lisbon and abandoned. Broken up in early 1981, but the cockpit section and landing gear was saved. On display at the museum at Sintra since 2011.