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Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star
Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star
44-83020 to 44-83035

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1800
  • USAF 7th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 9/11/1951: Written off after a hard landing at Suwon AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1801
  • 9/1958: Transferred to the Uruguayan AF as "223".
  • Grupo de Aviacion No.2 (Brigada I).

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1802
  • 1951: USAF 44th FBS (18th FBG).
  • 2/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF.
  • Returned to the USAF.
  • 7/12/1965: Withdrawn from use at the AMARC bone yard.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1803
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 7/11/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sinanju, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1804
  • 1952: USAF 26th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 11/11/1952: Written off at Yontan AB, Okinawa.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1805
  • 1951-52: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 5/30/1952: Crash landed at Kimpo AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1806
  • 1950: USAF 44th FBS (18th FBG).
  • 1952: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 4/20/1952: Shot down by ground fire over North Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1807
  • 1951: USAF 9th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 3/1/1951: Crashed on take-off from Taegu AB, South Korea due to engine failure.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1808
  • 1951-52: USAF 26th FIS (51st FIG).
  • Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF as "TF-808". Or not?
  • Also noted as transferred to the Chilean AF as "J-331" in 5/1960?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1809
  • 1951-52: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF as “TF-809”. Or not?
  • Returned to the USAF.
  • 7/12/1965: Withdrawn from use at the AMARC bone yard.
  • Also noted as being shot down in Korea?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1810
  • USAF 7th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 5/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF as "TF-810".
  • Returned to the USAF.
  • 10/1975: Scrapped at NAF China Lake, CA.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1811
  • Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF as "TF-811".

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1812
  • 1950: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 9/15/1950: Crashed into the Ongangawa River, Korea after a collision with F-80C 49-663. Pilot was killed.
  • Also noted as crashing in Japan on the same day?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1813
  • 1953: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 3/16/1953: Crashed in Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1814
  • 1950: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 12/9/1950: Crashed near Huichon, North Korea after tiptanks fell off. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1815
  • 1950: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 9/14/1950: Crashed near Tabu-dong, Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1816
  • USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).
  • USAF 8th TRS (543rd TSG).
  • 10/30/1950: Went missing on a mission over Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1817
  • 1951: USAF 16th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 2/8/1951: Exploded and crashed near Taegu AB, South Korea. Or on 1/8/1951?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1818
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1/6/1951: Ran out of fuel and crashed near Taegu AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1819
  • 11/15/1950: Written off in Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1820
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 6/7/1951: Crashed near Taegu AB, South Korea due to engine failure. Or on 6/2/1951?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1821
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 11/14/1951: Written off at Suwon AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1822
  • 1953: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1/10/1953: Shot down by ground fire over North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1823
  • 1951: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 10/30/1951: Crashed near Sokcho-ri AB, South Korea after a flame-out.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1824
  • 1951: USAF 41st FIS (35th FIG).
  • 7/18/1951: Written off at Johnson AB, Japan.
  • Also noted as transferred to the Chilean AF in 5/1960?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1825
  • USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1952: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1952: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 11/17/1952: Crash landed near Butterly Lake near Inchon, North Korea due to engine failure.
  • 5/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF? No?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1826
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1952-53: USAF 41st FIS (35th FIG).
  • 2/17/1953: Written off at Johnson AB, Japan. Or sometime in 6/1951?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1827
  • 1950-52: USAF 8th FBG.
  • 1955: USAFR 711th FBS (448th FBG).
  • 11/25/1955: Crashed near Wadley, AL. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1828
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 3/14/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sunan/Pyongyang, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1829
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 6/28/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sunchon, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1830
  • 1952: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 11/22/1952: Shot down by ground fire over North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1831
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 7/1/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sunchon, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1832
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 12/16/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Kunu-ri, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1833
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 7/7/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sunan, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1834
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 3/17/1951: Crashed near Sunchon, North Korea after a collision with a MiG-15 in a dogfight. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1835
  • 1952: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 8/3/1952: Written off at Suwon AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1836
  • 1951: USAF 4th FIS.
  • 1951: USAF 26th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 6/18/1951: Crashed near Kadena AB, Okinawa after a collision with F-80C 49-451. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1837
  • 1952: USAF 41st FIS (35th FIG).
  • 9/23/1952: Crashed near Johnson AB, Japan due to engine failure.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1838
  • 1951: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1/8/1951: Written off at Itazuke AB, Japan.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1839
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 6/25/1951: Crashed while landing at Kimpo AB, South Korea due to engine failure.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1840
  • 1951: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 4/29/1951: Crashed near Seoul AB, South Korea due to engine failure. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1841
  • --info needed.--

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1842
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 5/12/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sogu-ri/Paeksong-ni, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1843
  • 1951: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 8/19/1951: Written off at Kimpo AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1844
  • 1951: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 4/26/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Inje, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1845
  • 2/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1846
  • --info needed.--

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1847
  • 1951: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 2/3/1951: Ditched into Fukuoka Bay, Japan due to engine fire. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1848
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 3/20/1951: Ditched into Wonsan Harbor, Korea, due to battle damage.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1849
  • 1951: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • Wyoming ANG 187th FS.
  • 1954: Alaska ANG 144th FS.
  • Was preserved at Kulis ANGB, AK.
  • Currently preserved at Elmendorf AFB, AK.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1850
  • 1951: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 4/15/1951: Ditched into Fukuoka Bay after take-off from Itazuke AB, Japan. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1851
  • 1952: USAF 8th FBG.
  • 4/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1852
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 5/10/1951: Crashed near Kumchon, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1853
  • 1951: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 5/14/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Kujangdong/Kanu-ri, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1854
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1/23/1951: Crashed near Cunchon, North Korea after tiptank fell off. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1855
  • 1951: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 4/9/1951: Crashed near Taegu AB, South Korea when tiptanks fell off. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1856
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 4/8/1951: Written off in a hard landing at Kimpo AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1857
  • 1951: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 9/6/1951: Crashed near the Chinnampo estuary, North Korea due to engine failure.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1858
  • 1953: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 2/16/1953: Shot down by ground fire over North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1859
  • 1952: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 4/13/1952: Crashed near Dazaifu/Fukuoka, Japan in bad weather. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1860
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 2/24/1951: Crashed near Itazuke AB, Japan due to engine failure. Or in Korea?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1861
  • 1951: USAF 16th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 5/13/1951: Crashed near the Hwachon reservoir, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1862
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 2/26/1951: Crashed near Wonju/Hengchon, Korea due to battle damage. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1863
  • 1951: USAF 26th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 9/8/1951: Written off at Yontan AB, Okinawa.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1864
  • Transferred to the Brazilian AF as "4232".

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1865
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 4/7/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Wonsan harbor, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1866
  • 1951: USAF 16th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 5/23/1951: Crashed on take-off from Suwon AB, South Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1867
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 3/21/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Inchon, South Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1868
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • USAFR 438th FBW.
  • 2/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF.
  • Returned to the USAF.
  • 7/12/1965: Withdrawn from use at the AMARC bone yard.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1869
  • 1951-52: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • Converted to RF-80C.
  • 1953: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRG).

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1870
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1952: USAF 6400th AMG.
  • 1953: USAF 3595th PTG.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1871
  • 1951: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 7/24/1951: Crashed on the Omara Gunnery Range, Japan. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1872
  • USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1952: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).
  • 4/1958: Transferred to the Ecuadorian AF as "TF-872".
  • Returned to the USAF.
  • 6/15/1965: Withdrawn from use at the AMARC bone yard.
  • Was a target on the China Lake Ranges, CA.
  • Currently preserved at the Weisbrod Air Museum, Pueblo, CO, rebuilt with parts of 49-851.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1873
  • 1952: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 8/1/1952: Shot down by ground fire over Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1874
  • 1952: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 5/8/1952: Shot down by ground fire over North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1875
  • USAF 16th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 1952: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 11/17/1952: Crashed on the mud flast off Inchon, North Korea due to engine explosion.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1876
  • 1951: USAF 16th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 1953: USAF 40th FIS (35th FIG).
  • 7/31/1953: Written off at Johnson AB, Japan.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1877
  • Converted to RF-80C.
  • 1954-55: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRG).
  • 9/19/1955: Crashed near Yokota AB, Japan. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1878
  • 1951: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 10/9/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Hyopkye-ri/Chunghwa, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1879
  • 1951: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1880
  • 1951: USAF 9th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 1952: USAF 80th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1/16/1952: Shot down over North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1881
  • 1951: USAF 16th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 6/7/1951: Written off at Tsuiki AB, Japan.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1882
  • 1952: USAF 25th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 1952: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 3/6/1952: Crashed on a gunnery range in South Korea. Pilot was killed. Or on 3/5/1952?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1883
  • 1953: USAF 40th FIS (35th FIG).

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1884
  • 1952: USAF 36th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 1/11/1952: Shot down by ground fire near Sinanju, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1885
  • Converted to RF-80C.
  • 1953: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).
  • 7/1/1953: Shot down by ground fire over Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1886
  • 1951: USAF 9th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 7/14/1951: Shot down by ground fire near Sunan, North Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1887
  • 1951: USAF 8th FBS (49th FBG).
  • 2/21/1951: Ran out of fuel and crashed near Sanson, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1888
  • --info needed.--

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1889
  • 1951: USAF 66th FIS (57th FIG).
  • 1953: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).
  • 8/27/1953: Crashed while landing at Kimpo AB, South Korea.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1890
  • USAF 57th FG.
  • 1953: USAF 26th FIS (51st FIG).
  • 3/16/1953: Crashed near Yontan AB, Okinawa. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1891
  • --info needed.--

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1892
  • 1950: USAF 65th FIS (57th FIG).
  • USAF 61st FS (56th FG).
  • Converted to RF-80C.
  • 1953: USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).
  • 4/15/1953: Went missing on a mission over Korea. Pilot was killed.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1893
  • USAF 61st FS (56th FG).
  • 1951: USAF 66th FIS (57th FIG).
  • 1953: USAF 41st FIS (35th FIG).
  • 1954: USAF 6021st MS.
  • 5/13/1954: Crashed on take-off from Johnson AB, Japan.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1894
  • USAF 57th FG.
  • USAF 61st FS (56th FG).
  • Converted to RF-80C.
  • 1953: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRG).
  • 8/30/1953: Crashed near Kunsan, South Korea due to engine failure.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1895
  • USAF 57th FG.
  • 1952: USAF 35th FBS (8th FBG).
  • 7/22/1952: Exploded and crashed in Korea. Pilot was killed. Or on 6/22/1952?

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1896
  • 1951: USAF 64th FIS (57th FIG).
  • 1953-54: USA 15th TRS (67th TRG).

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1897
  • --info needed.--

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1898
  • 1951: USAF 65th FIS (57th FIG).
  • 1/8/1951: Written off at Elmendorf AFB, AK.

F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star/49-1899
  • 1953: USAF 67th TRG.
  • 1953: USAF 339th FIS (35th FBG).
  • 8/6/1953: Stalled and crashed near Niigata, Japan. Pilot was killed.
  • Also noted as crashing in Kansas on the same date?

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