A-26 Invader
Monthly Acceptances By Plant
(1942-1945)

(Updated 9 February 2013)

Bibliography

Douglas A-26/B-26 Invader by Joe Baugher (Link)
Douglas A-26 and B-26 Invader by Scott Thompson
Army Air Forces Statistical Digest - World War II (Second Printing) (December 1945) (17.2 MB PDF)
Army Air Forces Statistical Digest - Supplement Number 1: 1945 (April 1946) (4.7 MB PDF)
Army Air Forces Statistical Digest - 1946: First Annual Number (June 1947) (13.9 MB PDF)

NOTES: In the cases of the XA-26 (Medium Bomber), XA-26A (Night Fighter), XA-26B (Attack) prototypes, they were accepted by the AAF quite a long time after they had their first flights.

MONTH/
YEAR

Douglas
El Segundo
(DE)

Douglas
Long Beach
(DL)

Douglas
Tulsa
(DT)

Total
A-26s
Accepted

June 1943

1
(XA-26B)



1

July 1943




0

August 1943




0

September 1943

1
(XA-26A)

1


2

October 1943


1


1

November 1943


1


1

December 1943


4


4

January 1944


4

1

5

February 1944

1
(XA-26)

7

0

8

March 1944


6

2

8

April 1944


10

5

15

May 1944


22

7

29

June 1944


27

12

39

July 1944


21

5

26

August 1944


41

29

70

September 1944


50

40

90

October 1944


55

54

109

November 1944


62

80

142

December 1944


90

80

170

January 1945


100

60

160

February 1945


85

103

188

March 1945


107

175

282

April 1945


97

190

287

May 1945


108

210

318

June 1945


104

175

279

July 1945


104

63

167

August 1945


48


48

SUMMARY

YEAR

Douglas
El Segundo
(DE)

Douglas
Long Beach
(DL)

Douglas
Tulsa
(DT)

Total
A-26s
Accepted

1943

2

7

0

9

1944

1

395

315

711

1945

0

753

976

1,729

Misc Prototypes (1943-1945)

0

2

1

3

Grand Totals

3

1,157

1,292

2,452