There were 60 different aircraft involved with fatal deaths in Nebraska during WWII.
Four of these planes did not crash, leaving 56 that did.
One additional plane, a B-26, was destroyed while on the floor of the Martin Bomber Plant when a B-25 crashed through the roof. It is not included in this list. One exception is a B-17 that was involved in the Harvard mid-air collision that crash-landed and was later rebuilt. It is included in this list. This list does not include many other aircraft that were completely destroyed in Nebraska, but the pilot or crew were able to escape without any deaths.
The planes below begin with the of most frequent type of aircraft that was involved in a fatality.
The number of planes of each type are shown in the (   ).