*4/24/1953: Crashed after colliding with another EF-84B and an ETB-29A during Tip-Tow trials over Peconic Bay, Long Island, NY. *2/1953: Assigned to Tulsa APT, OK as a ground maintenance trainer. *Currently preserved at the Reflections of Freedom Historical Airpark at Mc Connell AFB, KS. *Currently preserved at the Castle Air Museum, CA, back in original markings. *1953: Assigned to Bradley Field, CT as a ground maintenance trainer. *Also noted as crashing near Valpariso, FL on 5/11/1948?
*3/23/1951: Crashed near Luke AFB, AZ after a collision with F-84C 47-1468. *4/1953: Assigned to Milwaukee APT, WI as an instructional airframe. *12/1956: Written off as economically unfit to repair. *Was preserved at Cannon AFB, NM, falsely marked as "11027". *10/1948: Bailed for wind tunnel tests at Ames Research Center. 1,432 of these straight-wing fighter bombers were built in the 1940s and 50s, forming a large part of the US Air Forces inventory. It is important to note that this page is only for the F-84 models A through E. *3/1954: Assigned to New Castle AFB, DE as a maintenance trainer. *Assigned to Travis Field, GA as a maintenance trainer. *3/1949: Transferred to the US Navy for evaluation. *Currently preserved at the March Field Museum, CA, registered as N2884D. *11/1953: Sold to Glendale College in Glendale, CA as a technical instructional airframe.