Aluminum foils were bombarded with 25.5-Mev nitrogen ions from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory 63-inch cyclotron, and the following radioactive reaction products were separated chemically and identified: C11, N13, F18, Na24, Cl38, K38, and P32. The deflected cyclotron beam was used to study the cross sections for the three reactions, Al27 (N14, N13) Al28, Al27(N14, 3p)Cl38, and Al27(N14, p2n)K38, for energies from 19.5 to 25.5 Mev. It was found that over this energy range the cross section for the (N14, p2n) reaction is about fifty times greater than for the (N14, 3p) reaction, as would be expected from the statistical theory for the decay of the compound nucleus. A search was made for Si31 and Mg27. The upper limits for the respective yields are 3×10-11 and 9×10-11 nuclei formed per incident particle at 25.5 Mev. The range-energy relation for nitrogen ions in aluminum was measured.