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Description Criteria: F-14
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:36:28 2016
122087 ... 122152
Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat
122095 (MSN D.779) SOC USN Oct 1951.  Later to Thai AF as KH15-43/93
Subsequently placed on display in Bangkok and by 1987 had been 
acquired by the Salis collection at La Ferte Alais, 
France.  Later on civil registry as G-BUCF Feb 18, 1992 and later
as N2209 Nov 12, 1992.  Reported 2005 at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA.
122098 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF
122099 (VF-3A) spun in during landing Kearsarge CV-33.
Pilot killed.
122103 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF
122104 (VF-62) overside landing Leyte CV-32 3/8/1950.
Pilot OK.
122105 (VF-131) hit barrier on Princeton CV-37
12/14/1948.  Pilot OK
122112 (VF-131) crashed on deck of Princeton CV-37
10/02/1948.
122117 (VF-14A) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge
CV-45 7/12/1948.  Pilot OK
122118 (VF-38A) taxiied off side of Kearsarge CV-388
6/21/1948.  Pilot OK.
122119 (VF-12) hook pulled while landing on Philippine
Sea 2/24/1950 and hit barrier.  Pilot OK.
122120 (MSN D.804) SOC USN Oct 1952, to Royal Thai AF as KH15-72/95.
acquired by the Foundation for the Preservation and 
Development of Thai Aircraft Dec 1994, and shipped to Grumman in USA
for restoration.  Returned to Thailand May 2003 and currently (Aug 2003) at
Utapao awaiting painting and first flight
122121 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot OK.
122127 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot OK.
122132 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot OK.
122135 SOC USN Oct 1951, to Royal Thai AF as KH15-18/94
122136 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte 
CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948.  Pilot killed.
122138 (VF-14A) late pull out on strafing attack on towed
spar off Boxer CV-21 2/4/1948.  Pilot killed.
122142 (VF-32) collided with obstacle 7/1/1948.
122152 to French AF.  Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF
134744 ... 134973
Douglas F4D-1 Skyray 
MSN 10338/10567.  Redesignated F-6A in 1962.  Dispositions from http://millionmonkeytheater.com/F4D-1.html
134744 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134745 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Apr 13, 1964
134746 with VMF(AW)-114.  w/o at NATC Jan 29, 1965.
134747 w/o Sep 3, 1958
134748 bailed to Raytheon Corp for Sparrow III missile tests in 1961.
WFU in 1963.  Was displayed at USS Intrepid Museum, later at Bradley Air Museum in
Connecticut.  Currently displayed at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
134749 w/o at NAS Olathe, Kansas Sep 18, 1962
134750 w/o Jan 13, 1961
134751 to static test at Bureau of Aeronautics, Baltimore, MD.  W/o Apr 12, 1956
134752 to China Lake, CA for test May 1956.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134753 with VMF(AW)-114.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Apr 13, 1964
134754 modified to YF4D-1.  To NAOTS Chincoteague, Virginia 1957-59.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park,
Arizona Apr 13, 1964
134755 with VF-74.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134756 with VF-74, later to VF(AW)-03.  w/o Dec 17, 1958.
134757 with VC-3 in 1956, To VF-162 in 1961.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963.
134758 To VMF(AW)-115.  Crashed at MCAS El Toro, CA May 8, 1956 
134759 (MSN 10353) Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 4, 1956 to Oct 16, 1959
as 212.  Used for aerodynamics research.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and 
performance evaluations.  To NATC.  W/o at NATC Jan 8, 1960
134760 with VMF(AW()-114.  W/o Oct 6, 1961
134761 w/o at NAF China Lake, CA Jun 14, 1958
134762 crashed San Diego, CA May 14, 1958 when pilot ejected after flight controls locked up
due to crankpin failure
134763 used for Sparrow II missile tests.  To NADC 1957-1959.  To NATF as 763 and used for barrier tests.
134764 with VF(AW)-3, then to VMF(AW)-314.  To storage at NAF Litchfield Park, CA 1958. 
To Naval Test Pilot School.  Currently on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, 
Patuxent River, Maryland since 1978
134765 SOC at NAS San Diego, CA Dec 13, 1957
134766 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134767 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134768 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134769 to Bureau of Aeronautics at Dallas, Texas May 1956.  To NARTU Olathe, KS
134770 w/o May 8, 1956
134771 w/o at BAR El Segundo, CA Dec 23, 1958
134772 to VF(AW)-3 in 1959.  To VU-7 in 1959.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134773 to VF-13.  w/o in deck accident on USS Essex May 28, 1959
134774 crashed after takeoff from NAS Olathe, KS Jan 6, 1963.  Pilot killed.
134775 with VF-56.  W/o Jul 9, 1956
134776 to VMF-532, then to VMF(AW)-0115.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134777 to VC-3 in 1956, to VF-23 in 1957.  Crashed in residential area of Santa Clara, CA May 9 1957
134778 to NATC in 1965.  WFU in 1965
134779 w/o at BAR El Segundo, CA Mar 25, 1958
134780 to VC-3, then in 1956 to VF(AW)-3.  W/o Nov 19, 1956
134781 to VMF(AW)-114 in 1956, then to VMF(AW)-115.  SOC at NAS North Island, CA Nov 16, 1963
134782 to VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  134767 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Mar 21, 1964
134783 w/o Aug 23, 1956
134784 to FAWTUPAC 1956-58.  to VF-213 in 1958.  Crashed Jan 10 1958 near New Almaden, CA
134785 to VMF-115 in 1956.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 4, 1963
134786 to VC-3, in 1957 to VF-23.   134767 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964.
Currently displayed National Naval Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola, FL
134787 134767 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Apr 13, 1964
134788 to FAWTUPAC in 1956.  To VMF(AW)-114 in 1959.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville FL Nov 6, 1962
134789 to H&MS-24.  134767 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Apr 13, 1964
134790 to FAWTUPAC in 1956, to FAGU in 1959.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964
134791 to VF-13 in 1962.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134792 to VF-101 in 1960.  W/o Sep 19, 1960
134793 to VC-3 in 1956.  W/o Jun 4, 1956
134794 to VF(AW)-3, then to VF-23, in 1959 to VF-13.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 6, 1962
134795 to VMF(AW)-542, then to VF-41 in 1957.  To H&MS-15 in 1959.  To VF-162 in 1961.
SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Oct 30, 1964.
134796 to FAWTUPAC in 1956.  To VF-213 in 1957.  To FAGU in 1958.  W/o Nov 18, 1958
134797 to VF-141 in 1957.  W/o Jan 4, 1957
134798 to VF-13 in 1959.  W/o Apr 22, 1959
134799 to VMF(AW)-115. SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona Apr 13, 1964
134800 to VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Mar 21, 1963.
134801 to VMF(AW)-115 1957.  W/o Jul 3, 1957
134802 to FAGU in 1958, 5 NADU in 1958.  to VF(AW)-3 in 1961.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134803 with VF-102 1959-1961.  W/o Feb 20, 1961
134804 to VMF(AW)-115 in 1957, to VMF(AW)-542, to H&MS-15 in 1959.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134805 to FAWTUPAC, to VF-141 in 1956.  W/o Oct 22, 1956.
134806 with VF-141 in 1956, to VMF-542, VMF(AW)-513, VMF(AW)-314, VMF(AW)-114.  to
NAS Patuxent River, MD for tests in 1962. At Naval Test Pilot School 1963-66.
Currently on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
134807 to VMF(AW)-115 in 1957.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134808 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134809 (VF-141) on USS Oriskany.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134810 w/o at BAR El Segundo, CA Jul 7, 1956
134811 SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Mar 19, 1963
134812 to VMF(AW)-115 1956.  W/o Aug 14, 1956
134813 SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134814 to VMF(AW)-115 in 1957.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134815 with VMF(AW)-115 in 1956.  To VMF(AW)-314 in 1958.  To NARTU Olathe, KS in 1963.
SOC at NAS Olathe, KS Oct 10, 1963
134816 to VF-74, to VMF(AW)-114 in 1959.
134817 to VF-23 in 1957.  To VF-101 in 1959.  W/o Oct 26, 1959.
134818 SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Mar 28, 1958.
134819 to VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134820
134821 SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134822 to VMF(AW)-115 1956-57.  W/o Jun 3, 1957
134823 to H&MS-24 1961-62.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134824 to VF-101 in 1956.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134825 to NADU in 1956.  To VF-102 in 1959.  SW/o Oct 2, 1959
134826 to VMF(AW)-115 in 1956.  To NARTU Olathe, KS.  crashed in Manzano Mountains in central 
New Mexico Jun 19, 1964.  Pilot killed.
134827 to VF-13 in 1960.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 6, 1962.  
134828 with VF-162, To VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  To NARTU Olathe, KS 1963.
134829 to VF-02, to VMF-115 in 1956.  W/o Sep 12, 1956.
134830 to NATC 1959.  W/o Sep 11, 1959.
134831 to VF-141 in 1956.  W/o Dec 13, 1956
134832 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964 
134833 to VMF(AW)-513. SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134834 to VF-141 in 1957.  W/o Mar 22, 1957.
134835 to VF-101 in 1957.  W/o Jun 4, 1957
134836 was with VF-162.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Dec 5, 1961.  Put on display at 
New England Air Museum, Bradley AP, Connecticut
134837 to VF(AW)-3 1959.  W/o Sep 28, 1959
134838 to VMF(AW)-531 in 1961.  W/o Jan 4, 1961
134839 to VF(AW)-3, to VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  SOC at NAS North Island, CA Nov 9, 1962
134840 to VMF(AW)-114 in 1958.  To VF(AW)-3 in 1958.  W/o Dec 17, 1958.
134841 with VF-102 1959-60.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134842 with VMF(AW)-114.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134843 to VF-162, to VF-13 in 1962.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134844 to VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
134845 to VMF(AW)-114 1959.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134846 to VMF(AW)-114 1958-59.  To VF-102 in 1961.  (VF-102) pilot ejected from stricken 
aircraft May 3, 1961 and was picked up.
134847 to VF-101 in 1956.  w/o Nov 28, 1956.
134848 to VF(AW)-3.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134849 to VF(AW)-3 in 1957.  To VF-23 in 1957.  W/o Sep 26, 1957.
134850 to VF(AW)-3 in 1957.  SOC at NAS North Island, CA Nov 16, 1963
134851 with VMF(AW)-542, then to H&MS-15 in 1959.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134852 to VF-51 in 1959.  W/o May 18, 1959
134853 bailed to Douglas Testing Division in 1957.  To NWC in 1960.  To storage at NAF Litchfield
Park Apr 1961.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134854 converted to NF-6A.  W/o Mar 23, 1964
134855 to VF-141 in 1957.  W/o Oct 7, 1957
134856 to VF-74 in 1957-58. To VF-101 in 1959, to VX-3 in 1959, to NATC in 1959.  To NMC in 1961-62.
SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ May 21, 1965
134857 to VMF(AW)-114 in 1961.  W/o Jun 5, 1961
134858 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134859 to VF-74.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 6, 1962
134860 to VF-74, to FAWTULANT in 1957.  To VF-13 in 1960.  W/o Sep 26, 1960.
134861 to VF-101.  to FAWTULANT in 1957.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 6, 1962.
134862 to VX-3 1958.  W/o Aug 20, 1958
134863 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134864 SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134865 to VMF(AW)-531.  To VX-3 1957-58.  W/o Apr 14, 1958
134866 to VF-141 in 1956.  To VF-141.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134867 to VF-141 in 1958.  W/o Aug 14, 1958.
134868 to VF-74 1957-58.  To VF-102 in 1959.  W/o Jul 29, 1959
134869 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134870 with VF-74.  To VF-101 in 1960, then to VF-102 in 1960.  W/o Nov 20, 1960.
134871 to VMF(AW)-114 in 1959.  To VF-13 in 1959.  W/o Aug 22, 1959.
134872 to VF-101 in 1959.  W/o Sep 14, 1959.
134873 to VF-102.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963.
134874 to VF-13 1959-61.  To VMF(AW)-531.
134875 to VF-141 in 1959.  To VF-41.  To PMTC in 19672.  W/o at NAS Point Mugu, CA Nov 30, 1962.
Was preserved in a city park in Oxnard, CA for a while, but eventually salvaged at NAF China Lake, CA
134876 to VF-141 in 1957, to VF-101 in 1957.  W/o Dec 11, 1957.
134877 to VF-23.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134878 to VMF(AW)-114 in 1959.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134879 to VF-74 in 1957.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134880 with VF-141 in 1958.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134881 to VF-141 in 1958.  W/o Oct 15, 1958
134882 to VMF(AW)-114.  SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134883 to VMF(AW)-114.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134884 to VF-141 in 1959.  W/o Feb 3, 1959.
134885 SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Nov 14, 1963
134886 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134887 with VF-23 in 1958. W/o Jul 10, 1958
134888 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134889 SOC at NAS North Island, CA Nov 16, 1963.
134890 to VF-23, to VF-101 in 1961.  W/o Aug 25, 1961
134891 with VF-23 in 1958.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134892 with VF-74.  To VMF(AW)-114 in 1958.  W/o Oct 8, 1958 near MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.  
Entered a flat spin while in GCA final approach and crashed.  Pilot killed.
134893 to VF(AW)-3.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134894 with VMF(AW)-115.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 13, 1964
134895 with VMF(AW)-115 in 1959.  SOC at NAS North Island, CA Nov 16, 1963
134896 with VF-101 in 1957.  Crashed into North Atlantic off coast of Norway Sep 24, 1957 after
midair collision with F4D-1 134902.
134897 to VMF(AW)-115, to VMF(AW)-531.  SOC at NAS North Island, CA Nov 16, 1963.
134898 with VF(AW)-3 in 1961.  SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 30, 1964
134899 with VF-101 in 1957  W/o Nov 8, 1957
134900 with FAGU in 1959.  w/o Aug 25, 1959.
134905 with VF(AW)-3
134916 crashed into Mediterranean Sea Jul 24, 1959.  Pilot killed.
It is possible that the pilot inadvertantly turned the engine off.
134924 (VF-102) crashed on flight deck Jul 18, 1960.  Pilot uninjured but plane substantially damaged.
134936 (MSN 10530) in 1979 was with Metropolitan College, Denver, Colorado.  Later at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, 
Pueblo, CO.  Civilianized as N4263
134941 with VFAW-3
134942 assigned to Naval Air Reserve, Olathe, Kansas during 1960s.
134947 with VF-213
134950 at NAS Oceana Air Park
134952 with VF-23
134955 with VF-23
134956 with VF-74 in 1959. 
134960 with VMF(AW()-114 on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
134967 with VFAW-3
134970 with VMF(AW)-314
145202 ... 145306
McDonnell F3H-2 Demon
MSN 371/475
145203 (VF-64) crashed over flight deck on USS Midway (CV-4) and sank Sep 10, 1958.  Pilot killed.
145205  caught fire on USS Midway (CV-41).  Only minor damage to plane
145207 (VF-64) crshed in sea off USS Midway (CV-41) Jul 23, 1958.  Pilot killed.
145210 (VF-64) crashed at sea from USS Midway (CV-41) Sep 7, 1958.  Pilot killed.
145221 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, marked as 143492
145281 (VF-14) suffered either cold catapult launch or failure of catapult harness before launch off deck of USS 
Franklin D. Roosevelt in Mediterranean and rolled off the bow Mar 20, 1963.  Plane became inverted and sank.
Pilot killed, body not recovered.
146906 ... 147034
Vought F8U-2 Crusader 
Redesignated F-8C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
146906 (VF-103) crashed at Leeward Point Mar 8, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
146907 (VF-111) shot down by AAA over NVN Dec 5, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
146908 seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
146911 seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s
146912 (VMF-323) crashed at MCAS El Toro Sep 20, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
146914 (VMF-334) crashed at Yuma Dec 4, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
146915 (VF-24) shot down by AAA near Hon Gay City Quang Ninh Province, NVN Apr 24, 1967.  Pilot ejected and
was captured.  Subsequently died of injuries.
146916 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
146919 (VF-24) shot down by AAA over NVN Apr 3, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
146921 (VMF-451) crashed Jan 27, 1960.
146922 (VMF-323) crashed after engine failure at NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii Nov 15, 1961.  Pilot ejected. 
146923 (VF-103) crashed on flight deck due to faulty nose gear Apr 26, 1960
146924 landed safely on USS Shangri-la (CV-38) but while taxiing, skidded and plane went over edge May 3, 1962.  
Pilot killed.
146926 (VF-194) crashed at NAS Atsugi, Japan Nov 2, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
146927 (VF-142) crshed Jan 30, 1961
146929 (VF-111) damaged by AAA over NVN Sep 8, 1967.  Pilot made it to Gulf of Tonkin and pilot ejected and was
rescued by helicopter.
146931 (F-8K) noted Oct 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, CA on loan from NMNA
146934 (VF-84) crashed Aug 14, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
146938 (VF-111) shot down by AAA 10 mi W of Phat Diem Than Ho Province, NVN Oct 5, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became
POW.
146939 on display on USS Yorktown at Patriots Point, Mt Pleasant, SC.
146940 (VMF-333) lost during mission  Dec 26, 1962.
146945 (VF-124) crashed 22 mi from Imperial Vortac Sep 24 (17?), 1968.  Pilot ejected.
146946 (VMF-174) crashed Jul 10, 1962.  Pilot ejected but was killed on impact.
146949 (VMF-334) crashed at MCAS El Toro Oct 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
146954 (VMF-451) engine failed just west of El Centro, CA Feb 5, 1960 and pilot ejected.
146958 (VMF-333) crashed Dec 2, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
146962 (VMF-334) crashed Mar 26, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
146963 at Beaufort MCAS, SC.
146964 (VMF-3340 crashed at MCAS El Toro Jul 11, 1962.
146966 fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.
146967 (VF-174) crashed Jul 4, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
146973 at Hawaii MCB.  In 1987 was on display at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, HI
146975 (VF-124) collided in midair with F-8 145396 Feb 27, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
146977 crashed Jul 30, 1963 west of Superstition Hills in Borrego Valley, CA.  Pilot ejected safely.
146978 (VF-84) crashed at NAS Oceana Apr 15, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
146982 (VMF-334) crashed Sep 9, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
146984 (VF-111) shot down by SAM 20 Mi SE of Hanoi, NVN Jul 31, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
146985 (F-8K) to MASDC as 2F0281 Jan 14, 1974.  Noted Sep 2003 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.
146988 (VF-124) crashed Yuma Feb 23, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
146989 (VF-111) suffered total electrical failure over beach of NVN Jan 2, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was
rescued by Navy helicopter.
146993 (VF-111) shot down by AAA over Red River delta, NVN Aug 12, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued
by Navy helicopter.
146995 at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.
147001 (VF-1240 crashed N of Miramar Road, W of Highway 395 in Black Mountain hills Aug 12, 1968.  Pilot killed.
147002 (VF-24) shot down by AAA over NVN Jun 11, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
147003 (VF-124) crashed at Moffett Jun 12, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
147004 (VF-111) crashed into sea after launch from USS Oriskany (CVA-34).  Pilot ejected but landed in catwalk
still in seat and was killed.
147009 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
147011 (VF-24) lost during carrier landing accident Jan 13, 1965.  Pilot ditched safely and was rescued by Navy
helicopter.
147012 (VF-24) crashed into sea during carrier landing accident on USS Hancock Jan 16, 1966.  While landing
the tailhook sheared when it caught a wire and aircraft went off deck and sank.  Pilot killed.
147013 (VF-24) crashed May 8, 1962. Pilot ejected.
147017 (VF-103) crashed Jan 11, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
147019 (VF-194) crashed at Reno Oct 10, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
147021 (VF-24) shot down by AAA 10 mi SW of Hanoi, NVN May 19, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
147024 (VMF-333) crashed 2 mi from MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina Nov 2, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
147027 (VF-24) crashed into water and sank Mar 15, 1967, Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot killed.
147030 was on display at New England Air Museum, CT.  To restoration hangar at
NAS North Island, CA Jun 3, 2005 for eventual display at USS Midway
Museum.  Now on display aboard the Midway.
147031 (VF-24) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Jun 2, 1967 due to technical malfunction.  Pilot killed.
147033 (VMF-333) pilot was involuntarily ejected Oct 16, 1961.  Plane crashed on the Fort
Jackson, SC artillery range and was destroyed.
147034 at Herlong Airport, Jacksonville, FL.
149403 ... 149426
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
MSN 120/143. Redesignated F-4B-9-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
149403 (VMFA-314) shot down by ground fire near Ban Tampanko, Laos May 27, 1970
149404 to VF-121.  Crashed into sea off California Jul 27, 1966.
149405 and 149406 delivered to USAF in 1962.  These were
assigned the USAF serial numbers 62-12168 and 62-12169.
149407 to MASDC as 8F0015 Dec 28, 1971.  Salvaged at Socorro boneyard Oct 1978
149408 (VF-14) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off Crete Jul 15, 1964.
149409 converted to QF-4B drone as 42. W/o at China Lake, CA Dec 20, 1974.
149410 (VMFA-115) crashed into Monkey Mountain, South Vietnam, in bad weather Oct 26, 1965.  Both crewmen killed.
149411 credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Oct 26, 1967.  With VMFA-314, shot down
near Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam Dec 20, 1968.
149412 (VF-14) w/o in landing accident on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Nov 11, 1964
149413 SOC at NAS Point Mugu, California Aug 31, 1974
149414 SOC Aug 25, 1977.  Converted to QF-4B drone.  SOC Sep 20, 1983.  Stored at China Lake in 1988
149415 to MASDC as 8F0020 Mar 8, 1972.  Sent to be target on Cannon AFB Range, New Mexico May 1983.
149416 (VMFA-542) shot down by AAA near Bat Lake/Thach Ban, Nort Vietnam Aug 19, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
149417 (VMFA-314) shot down near Ban Palin, Laos Dec 24, 1968
149418 to MASDC as 8F0016 Jan 28, 1972.  Sent to be target on Cannon AFB Range, New Mexico
149419 (VF-14) crashed near Elizabeth City, North Carolina Jan 25, 1965.
149420 (VMFA-122) converted to QF-4B drone as 40.  W/o at NAS Point Mugu, California Aug 18, 1979
149421 to MASDC as 8F0021 Mar 8, 1972.  To FP0001 May 7, 1982.  Currently preserved at Lackland AFB, Texas
falsely marked as USAF 63-7680.
149422 (VMFA-115) crashed on appoach May 21, 1971 at unknown location
149423 converted to QF-4B drone.  Currently preserved at NAF China Lake, California
149424 (VMFA-314) shot down near Da Nang, South Vietnam May 1, 1968
149425 (VF-121) crashed on Point Mugu Range, California May 3, 1962.
149426 to MASDC as 8F0029 Sep 19, 1973.  Sent to be target on Holloman Range, New Mexico Jun 1983.
149427 ... 149450
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
MSN 144/167.  Redesignated F-4B-10-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
149427 to MASDC as 8F0010 Dec 13, 1971.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Sep 1980
149428 converted to QF-4B drone as 44.  W/o Aug 17, 1979.  Salvaged at AMARC in 1980.
149429 (VMFA-122) shot down near Muang Phine, Laos Dec 28, 1969
149430 SOC Oct 28, 1974.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Miramar, California May 1976
149431 to MASDC as 8F0028 Jan 17, 1973.  Later converted to QF-4B drone as 410 Jun 1979.  WFU at NAF China Lake, 
California in 1988
149432 to MASDC as 8F0013 Dec 16, 1971.  Converted to QF-4B drone Jun 1979.  SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Apr 21, 1982.
149433 to MASDC as 8F0022 Mar 22, 1972.  Converted to QF-4B drone Jun 1979.  SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Sep 25, 1982.
149434 converted to QF-4B drone as 31 and 41.  W/o Jan 19, 1984
149435 to MASDC as 8F0023 Mar 22, 1972
149436 crashed into sea off USS Independence Aug 18, 1963
149437 w/o in Puerto Rico May 4, 1965
149438 (VMFA-122) crashed after midair collision Nov 29, 1966
149439 (VF-143) crashed into sea off USS Constellation May 26, 1964
149440 (VMFA-122) crashed on takeoff from Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Dec 3, 1967
149441 to MASDC as 8F0025 May 14, 1972.  Converted to QF-4B drone Jun 1979.  SOC Sep 20, 1983.  Sent to be
target at NAF China Lake, California.  Hulk seen at FAE revetment at Airport Lake Range, China Lake, 
California Aug 2007.
149442 retained by McDonnell Corp for tests.  Crashed near Briscoe, Texas Apr 26, 1962.
149443 (VF-143) destroyed in non-combat accident Sep 16, 1968 when ditched into Gulf of Tonkin after
bad launch off USS Constellation.  Both crew survived.
149444 (VMFA-542) crashed into Tokyo Bay, Japan Jun 15, 1965
149445 to MASDC as 8F0014 Dec 29, 1971.  Salvaged by Allied Aircraft Aug 1980.
149446 SOC Oct 28 1971.  Converted to QF-4B drone. SOC Oct 28, 1971.
149447 w/o at NAS North Island, California Jan 19, 1973.
149448 (VF-142) shot down by SA-2 missile near Lac Dao/Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 23, 1967.
149449 (VMFA-323) crashed into sea off South Vietnam due to battle damage Aug 2, 1968
149450 SOC Jan 26, 1972.  Salvaged Aug 1979.
149475 ... 149486
Grumman A-6A Intruder
MSN I-4/15.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
149477 damaged in ground accident before 1978 and later SOC and used as target
149478 to MASDC as 5A0006 Aug 23, 1976.  Returned to service.
149479 converted to EA-6B second development aircraft.
149481 converted to EA-6B aerodynamic demonstrator
149482, 149484, 149485, 149486 modified as KA-6D tanker.
149475 converted to EA-6A.  Last unit was VAW-33.  Used as target or training aid at
Hardwood Weapons Range, Volk Field, Wisconsin
149477 converted to EA-6A.  Delivered to VMCJ-2 Nov 14, 1965.  Lost engine bay door in flight
in 1978 and used as a target on a bombing range in eastern North Carolina
149481 converted to NEA-6B Prowler MSN M-1 and retired in Apr 1970.
149482 is gate guard at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
149487 converted to EA-6A.  To AMARC Aug 1976.
149484 converted to NA-6A, modified to tanker for F-14 refuelling
tests.
150406 ... 150435
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
MSN 192/221.  Redesignated F-4B-12-MC in 1962.  
150406 (VF-51) w/o on USS Coral Sea May 19, 1973.
150407 (F-4N) to MASDC as 8F0053 Jul 8, 1977.  Sent to be target on Holloman Range, New Mexico Jun 1983
150408 (VF-101) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Kitty Hawk Jan 16, 1963.
150409 (VMFA-531) stalled and crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina May 20, 1967 during an airshow.
150410 (VF-74) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off port bow of USS Forrestal after a bad catapult
launch Nov 26, 1965.
150411 upgraded to F-4N.  W/o at NAS Miramar, california Jun 22, 1982.
150412 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0079 Nov 13, 1977.  Then to QF-4N drone Aug 1980.
150413 (VF-96, USS Enterprise) shot down by AAA Feb 20, 1967 during bombing mission near Thien Lin Dong in Thanh Hoa
Province, North Vietnam .  One pilot ejected, other KIA.
150414 (VMFAT-101) w/o in accident at NAS Moffett Field, California Apr 29, 1973.
150415 converted to F-4N and then to QF-4N drone.  SOC May 18, 1982
150416 (VMFA-314) crashed into South China Sea off South Vietnam Apr 4, 1970
150417 (VF-51) lost control and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Mar 3, 1972.
150418 (VF-111) shot down by SAM over Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Sep 30, 1971. 2 crew POW.
150419 converted to F-4N then to QF-4N as 424
150420 (VMFA-513) w/o Feb 3, 1969
150421 (VF-151) shot down near Phuc Yen, North Vietnam Oct 24, 1967
150422 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0037 May 19, 1977.  Sent to betarget on Holloman Range, New Mexico
150423 converted to QF-4N drone.  SOC Sep 25, 1982.  Currently preserved at China Lake Museum, California
150424 (VMFA-115) shot down by ground fire near Son Cu River, South Vietnam May 15, 1970. 
150425 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0036 Feb 18, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
150426 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC a 8F0034 Oct 8, 1976.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
150427 (VMFA-314) shot down by ground fire near Da Nang, South Vietnam Feb 19, 1970.
150428 (VF-74) crashed into Mediterranean Sea after experiencing uncontrollable flight after bad
launch from USS Forrestal Oct 24, 1964.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter.
150429 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0039 May 26, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
150430 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0046 Jun 24, 1977.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range,
Nevada Jun 1983.
150431 credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 10, 1967.  With VF-142 crashed into
sea after bad launch from USS Constellation Apr 27, 1968.
150432 upgraded to F-4N.   Converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in missile test Nov 18, 1994.
150433 (VF-92, USS Enterprise) destroyed in non-combat accident Jun 2, 1968, South China
Sea.  Both crewmembers survived.  Also listed as crashing near MCAS El Toro, California
with VMFA-513 Jan 28, 1964.
150434 (VF-143) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch off USS Constellation Aug 24, 1968.  One crewman killed and
one survived.
150435 (VF-201) crashed on takeoff from NAS Dallas, Texas Nov 2, 1976.
150436 ... 150479
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
MSN 222/265.  Redesignated F-4B-13-MC in 1962
150436 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0045 Jun 13, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
150437 (VF-101) crashed into Atlantic Ocean Apr 24, 1967
150438 (MSN 224) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0112 Aug 19, 1982
150439 (VF-142) shot down by AAA near Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 19, 1967.  Both crew recovered.
150440 (MSN 226) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0090 May 14, 1981
150441 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0069 Oct 29, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
150442 upgraded to F-4N.  Put on display at NATC, Memphis, TN, moved in 1996 to American Military Heritage 
Foundation, St. John Airport Reserve, LA.  Moved in 2013 to Satsuma, Lousiana and is being refurbished 
for display, possibly in a convention center/museum setting.
150443 (VF-143) shot down by SAM near North Vietnam coastline 10 mi S of Hoang Dong Mar 1, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
150444 to VF-102 Dec 1962, To VF-31 Jan 1964, to VF-101 Sep 1964, 59 VF-14 Jan 1965.
To VF-101 Jun 1965.  To VF-103 Aug 1965.  To VF-101 Mar 1966.  To VF-41 May 1966, to VF-74 Apr 1967.
to VF-101 Jun 1967, to VMFA-0312 Dec 1967.  To H&MS 31 Oct 1970.  To NADEP Mar 1972 and upgraded to F-4N.  
To VF-161 May 1973.  To VF-191 Aug 1977.  Was on display at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
150445 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0051 Jul 1, 1977. Assigned as a battle damage reapir trainer at Hill
AFB, Utah.  Salvaged at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
150446 (VMFA-115) destroyed in ground accident at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1970
150447 (VF-151) crashed into sea off Vietnam after engine failure 26, 1969.  Both crew rescued.
150448 converted to F-4N.  W/o at Hill AFB, Utah Apr 3, 1980.  Salvaged at Hill AFB in 1986
150449 (VF-161) shot down by ground fire near Cam Pha, North Vietnam Dec 29, 1967.  Both crew recovered.
150450 (VMFA-323) w/o At MCAS El Toro, california Nov 26, 1973.
150451 (VMFA-122) w/o at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Nov 16, 1965
150452 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0074 Oct 21, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.  Cockpit
section currently preserved in El Mirage, California
150453 (VF-92) crashed after engine failure into South China Sea Jun 2, 1968.  Both crew members rescued.
150454 (VF-41) crashed near NAS Oceana, Virginia in heavy fog Dec 5, 1964
150455 (VMFA-312) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina Mar 26, 1969
150456 credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam May 6, 1972.  Converted to F-4N, then to QF-4N 
drone as 41 and 411.  Expended as target at China Lake, CA Jan 27, 1989.
150457 (VMFA-513) stalled and crashed near Eureka/Tonopah, Nevada Aug 10, 1964.  Both crewmen ejected safely
150458 (VF-151) crashed on approach to NAS Miramar, California Apr 7, 1964.
150459 (VMFA-115) shot down by ground fire near Phu Bai/Hue, South Vietnam Sep 21, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
150460 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0063 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
150461 (VF-21) part of wing broke off during bolter on USS Midway, then crashed into Pacific off NAS Miramar, CA
Sep 17, 1963.  Both crew ejected.
150462 (VF-102) cold catapult shot off USS Enterprise and crashed into Mediterranean Sea Mar 9, 1963.  
Pilot rescued, RIO killed.
150463 (VF-96) lost control and crashed in non-combat accident Apr 5, 1968, South China Sea.  Both crew survived.
150464 converted to F-4N, then to QF-4N drone.  Expended in missile test Sep 15, 1993.
150465 (MSN 251) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0124.  To QF-4N, SOC Feb 17, 2000.
150466 converted to F-4N.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Norfolk, Virginia May 1984.  Now stored at Norfolk, VA
150467 (VF-74) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Forrestal Mar 12, 1965.
150468 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0113 Oct 22, 1982.  Converted to QF-4N drone Oct 1991.  Salvaged at
NAS North Island, California.
150469 (VMFA-122) crashed during ferry flight to SouthVietnam from Philippines when ran out
of fuel Oct 23, 1967.  Both crew recovered.
150470 (VMFA-323) shot down by ground fire near Dong Ha, North Vietnam Jul 25, 1966.  Both crew revovered.
150471 (VMFA-314) crashed into water prior to landing on USS Midway Jul 9, 1963.  Both crew killed.
150472 converted to F-4N.  W/o with VF-161 Oct 6, 1976.
150473 (VMFAT-101) crashed near Warner Springs, California after collision with F-4J 149212 Nov 22, 1969.
150474 (VF-161) destroyed in accident aboard USS Coral Sea Oct 8, 1967, South China Sea.
One crew member killed, one survived.
150475 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0160 Feb 10, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 140.  SOC at NAF
China Lake, California Feb 17, 2000.
150476 converted to F-4N.  Crashed near Comanche, Texas with VF-202 May 14, 1983.
150477 (VMFA-323) shot down by AAA near Vinh Moc, North Vietnam Oct 13, 1967.  Both crew POW.
150478 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0056 Jul 18, 1977.  Salvaged Sep 1990
150479 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0038 May 24, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
150624 ... 150651
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
MSN 282/309.  Later redesignated F-4B-14-MC
150624 (VF-41) crshed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Independence Jul 24, 1963
150625 (MSN 283) converted to F-4G Mar 31, 1964, back to 
F-4B Jan 1969.  Converted to F-4N Jan 3, 1973.  With VMFA, broke
up in flight during ACM off California Apr 30, 1976
150626 (VF-41) shot down by ground fire over Steel Tiger area of Laos Oct 28, 1965.
150627 flew into ground during heavy fog at MCAS El Toro, California, then became briefly airborne, crew ejected and
plane crashed into the motor pool Nov 30, 1973
150628 (MSN 286) upgraded to F-4N.  Preserved on display at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York.
It flew top cover during failed Iranian hostage rescue mission.
150629 (MSN 287) converted to F-4G Apr 1964.  Back to F-4B
May 1966.  (VF-142) destroyed by premature detonation of its own AIM-7 Oct 30, 1967 after having just shot
down a MiG-17.  Crew was rescued.
150630 temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12173, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N as 42 and 45.  
W/o Oct 26, 1990
150631 credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 10, 1967.  With (VF-41) shot down by ground
fire near Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Oct 17, 1965.  Pilot KIA, RIO POW.
150632 upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California May 31, 1983.  Salvaged
150633 (MSN 291) converted to F-4G Apr 6, 1964.  SOC Aug 2, 1966, or w/o at NAS Cubi Point Mar 29, 1966.
150634 temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12174, returned.  Credited with shooting down MiG-17 over
North Vietnam Oct 6, 1965.  Converted to F-4N in 1972.  To MASDC as 8F0054 Jul 8, 1977.  Sent to be
target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada Jun 1983
150635 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0052 Jul 1, 1977.  Sent to betarget on Indian Springs Range, Nevada Jun 1983.
150636 (MSN 294) converted to F-4G Apr 6, 1964.  Back to F-4B Oct 1966.  Lost at sea with VMFA-313 Oct 4, 1971 
when hit by debris from target MQM-74 drone.
150637 (VF-41) crashed into sea after ramp strike while landing on USS Independence Sep 19, 1963.
150638 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0035 Dec 15, 1976.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
150639 (MSN 297) converted to F-4G Apr 1964, back to F-4B Oct 1966.
Converted to F-4N Jul 1975.  To MASDC as 8F0115 Nov 10, 1982.  In 2009 was gate guard at Davis
Monthan AFB and painted to look like a USAF F-4C with tail number 64-0829.
150640 upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed with VF-21 into Pacific Ocean off USS Coral asea Jun 6, 1983
150641 (VF-101) crashed into sea off Key West, Florida Aug 9, 1965
150642 (MSN 300) converted to F-4G Apr 1964.  Back to F-4B Oct 1966.
Converted to F-4N Oct 1973.  SOC Feb 22, 1984 at NAS North Island, California
150643 temporarily bailed to USAF as 62-12175, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0121 Sep 22, 1983.
The plane was in a landing accident at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Jul 8, 1963, ended up with nose gear collapse.
Converted to QF-4N drone as 141.  SOC Sep 17, 1996.
150644 (VF-154) destroyed in non-combat accident Apr 14, 1968 and crashed into South China Sea after
takeoff from USS Ranger.  Both crewmember survived.
150645 (MSN 303) converted to F-4G Apr 26, 1964.  Damaged by AAA over North Vietnam with VF-213 Apr 28, 1966 
and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  Crew ejected and picked up by Navy helicopter.
150646 (VF-21) destroyed in non-combat accident on USS Midway in South China Sea Jul 28, 1965
Both crew recovered.
150647 (VF-21) crashed into sea off Japan Feb 20, 1964
150648 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0067 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
150649 temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12176, returned.  Crashed with VMFA-115 near Ban Bamran, Laos due
to battle damage Dec 17, 1970.
150650 temporarily bailed to USAF as 62-12177, returned.  Shot down with VMFA-115 near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam
Jul 13, 1968.
150651 (MSN 309) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12177, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  
To MASDC as 8F0089 Mar 24, 1981
150993 ... 151021
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
Redesignated F-4B-15-MC in 1962
150993 (MSN 315) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 407
150994 (MSN 316) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12180, returned.   With VF-92, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after
bad launch off USS Enterprise Jun 7, 1968.  Both crew survived.
150995 (MSN 317) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12181, returned.  Shot down with VF-151 by SA-2 near Phuc Yen,
North Vietnam Oct 24, 1967.
150996 (MSN 318) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0068 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged Sep 1985.
150997 (MSN 320) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12182, returned.  With VF-151, shot down by MiG-17 gunfire near
Haiphong, North Vietnam Nov 19, 1967, crashed at sea.
150998 (MSN 321) with VMFA-115 crashed into Monkey Mountain, South Vietnam in bad weather Oct 26, 1965.  Both crewmen killed.
150999 (MSN 322) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12183, returned.  With VF-161, crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS
Constellation May 19, 1966.
151000 (MSN 323) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12184, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
Expended in missile test Sep 27, 1988.
151001 (MSN 325) with VMFA-542 collided near Phu Bai, South Vietnam with KC-130F 149814 of VMGR-152 May 18, 1969.  Both crew killed.
151002 (MSN 326) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12185, returned.  To VMFA-314.  Upgraded to F-4N.  
Converted to QF-4N drone.
151003 (MSN 327) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12186, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0086 Jan 27, 1978.
Salvaged 1985.
151004 (MSN 329) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12187, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 403 and 004.
151005 (MSN 330) with VF-121 lost control and crashed into se off NAS Miramar, California Jul 31, 1963.
151006 (MSN 331) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12188, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0071 Oct 20, 1977.
Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
151007 (MSN 333) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12189, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Convered to QF-4N drone.
Sent to be ground target on Superior Valley Range, California
151008 (MSN 334) crashed with VF-171 Nov 20, 1978.
151009 (MSN 336) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12190, returned.  With VF-161, hit Oct 22, 1966 over North 
Vietnam, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot killed.
151010 (MSN 337) with VMFAS-542 shot down by 37-mm ground fire over Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos Apr 21, 1966.  Crew survived
151011 (MSN 338) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12191, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Jun 167, 1982.  Assigned as
ground trainer at NAS Alameda, California
151012 (MSN 340) with VMFA-115 crashed into sea off Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1969
151013 (MSN 341) with VF-151 shot down by SAM near Phu Ly/Lac Thuy, North Vietnam Aug 27, 1972.
151014 (MSN 343) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12192, returned.  With VF-154, shot down by ground fire Dec 2, 1966 
over North Vietnam.  Plane on display NAS Fallon Airpark marked as 151014 is actually 151510.
151015 (MSN 344) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0076 Oct 26, 1977.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada
Sep 1985.
151016 (MSN 345) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12193, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0075 Oct 21, 1977.
Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
151017 (MSN 347) tempooraily loaned to USAF as 62-12194, returned.  With VF-151, crashed into sea off California Sept 17, 1964.
151018 (MSN 348) with VF-14 ran out of fuel and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Nov 3, 1966.  Both
crew recovered.
151019 (MSN 350) with VF-32 crashed into sea off Brazil Jul 13, 1966
151020 (MSN 351) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12195, returned.  Caught fire and crashed Sept 30, 
1967 on takeoff from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam
151021 (MSN 353) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12196, returned.  SOC Oct 13, 1971.  On display at NY ANG, Rome, New York
151399 ... 151426
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
Redesignated F-4B-16-MC in 1962.
151399 (MSN 359) with VF-102 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Forrestal Jul 15, 1964
151400 (MSN 360) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0064 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged Mar 1993.
151401 (MSN 362) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0055 Jul 12, 1977
151402 (MSN 363) with VF-142 stalled and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin on a training flight Nov 13, 1964
151403 (MSN 365) of VF-96 flown by Lt JG Terence Murphy and Ensign Ronald Fegan shot down Chinese
MiG-17 near Hainan Island Apr 9, 1965, then lost in action same day due to gunfire from PLAAF J-5 or
perhaps due to fratricide from Sparrow fired by another F-4.  Both crewmen killed.
151404 (MSN 367) with VF-142 shot down near Yen Thanh, North Vietnam by its own errant AIM-9D Sidewinder missile
Aug 17, 1968.
151405 (MSN 368) with VMFA-314 crashed into sea off Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Sep 19, 1969 due to
battle damage.
151406 (MSN 370) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 414.  SOC Jun 30, 1990.
151407 (MSN 372) with VMFA-122 destroyed on ground in VC rocket attack on Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jan 30, 1968
151408 (MSN 373) with VF-143 crashed into sea off NAS Miramar, California Apr 22, 1967.
151409 (MSN 375) with VF-92 crashed Dec 2, 1965 near An Loc, South Vietnam due to premature explosion of its own bombs
Both crew recovered.
151410 (MSN 377) with VF-92 shot down by ground fire Mar 20, 1966 near Vinh/HA Tinh/Mu Ron Ra, North Vietnam.  
Both crew ejected, pilot recovered, RIO captured.
151411 (MSN 379) with VMFA-314 shot down by ground fire near Ban Vangthon, Laos Feb 24, 1966
151412 (MSN 380) with VF-141 lost Nov 13, 1964 in non-combat mishap aboard USS Constellation
I also have this one being shot down by ground fire with VF-92 near Ban Pongong, Laos Dec 8, 1965. Both 
crewmen killed. Also listed as being with VF-142
151413 (MSN 382) upgraded to F-4N.  With VMFA-321 crashed near Twenty-Nine Palms, California after collision with
F-4 152284 Jul 27, 1979.
151414 (MSN 384) with VMFA-323 shot down near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Jan 22, 1968.
151415 (MSN 386) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0157 Feb 6, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone Oct 1986.  Expended
in missile test Sep 25, 1990
151416 (MSN 388) with VMFA-542 shot down by ground fire near Dong Hai, North Vietnam Jun 25, 1969.  Both crew survived.
151417 (MSN 390) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Feb 24, 1984.  Assigned as a ground trainer at NAS Norfolk, Virginia in 1985.
151418 (MSN 392) with VMFA-122 crashed on takeoff due to a blown tire at Agana AB, Guam Sep 1, 1967.  No fatalities.
151419 (MSN 394) with VF-142 crashed into South China Sea off the Philippines May 24, 1967.
151420 (MSN 396) with VMFA-321 w/o in ground accident at NAS North Island, California Jan 16, 1976. 
151421 (MSN 398) with VMFA-542 damaged by ground fire and crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jul 2, 1967.  
Both crew KIA
151422 (MSN 400) upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed with VF-101 into Gulf of Mexico Aug 6, 1976
151423 (MSN 402) with VMFA-323 crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Oct 29, 1967
151424 (MSN 404) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F00709 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park in 1981.
Forward fuselage of 151424 (MSN 404) is in WPAFB Museum, marked as F-4D-31-MC 66-7660.
151425 (MSN 406) with VF-96 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch off USS Coral Sea Apr 9, 1965
151426 (MSN 407) with VMFA-513 crashed on takeoff Jul 1, 1967.
151498 ... 151519
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
Redesignated F-4B-20-MC in 1962
151498 (MSN 659) upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed into sea with VMFA-314 off NAS Point Mugu, California Oct 20, 1977.
151499 (MSN 662) with VF-154, USS Constellation collided in midair with 151506 Jan 10, 1968, South
China Sea.  All four crewmen were rescued 
151500 (MSN 664) credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Jul 13, 1966.  Shot down with VMFA-115 near
Saravan, Laos May 23, 1968
151501 (MSN 666) with VMFA-312 crashed into sea off Puerto Rico Feb 10, 1969.
151502 (MSN 667) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0085 Jan 17, 1978
151503 (MSN 670) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0162 Feb 10, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged at MCAS
Cherry Point, North Carolina.
151504 (MSN 674) converted to F-4N.  SOC 
151505 (MSN 678) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 25, 1965.
151506 (MSN 682) with VF-154, USS Constellation collided in midair with 151499 Jan 10, 1968, South
China Sea.  All four crewmen were rescued 
151507 (MSN 687) with VMFA-542 shot down by small arms fire near Da Nang, South Vietnam May 23, 1968.  Crew survived.
151508 (MSN 692) with VMFA-115 destroyed on ground at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam in VC rocket attack Jan 31, 1969.
151509 (MSN 696) with VMFA-314 crashed into sea off Hiroshima, Japan Apr 27, 1966.
151510 (MSN 700) modified to F-4N.  Preserved in 1989 at Luke AFB falsely marked as USAF F-4C 63-7411.  
Now preserved at NAS Fallon Airpark marked as 151014.
151511 (MSN 703) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS San
Diego, California
151512 (MSN 707) with VMFA-542 shot down by ground fire near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Mar 3, 1067.  Pilot survived, RIO KIA
151513 (MSN 712) with VMFA-531 crashed into sea off California Mar 31, 1982.
151514 (MSN 716) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0136 Oct 21, 1983.  Salvaged
151515 (MSN 721) shot down by AAA near Thai Nguyen/Lang Son, North Vietnam Oct 17, 1965.
151516 (MSN 724) with VF-14 crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Franklin D Roosevelt Sep 1, 1965
151517 (MSN 728) with VF-14 crashed into sea off USS Franklin D Roosevelt Jan 28, 1966.
151518 (MSN 732) With VMFAT-201 crashed on takeoff from MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Feb 3, 1969
151519 (MSN 736) upgraded to F-4N.  W/o with VF-202 at NAS Dallas, Texas Sep 2, 1978
152216 ... 152243
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
Redesignated F-4B-21-MC in 1972
152216 (MSN 779) with VF-21 crashed into sea off NAS Miramar, California Feb 2, 1965.
152217 (MSN 783) credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Jun 17, 1965.  Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC
Dec 22, 1982.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California
152218 (MSN 787) with VMFA-323 crashed near Phuoc Binh, Vietnam after being caught in premature blast of its own bombs
Jan 10, 1966.
152219 (MSN 792) flown by Lt Jack E. D. Batson, Jr. and LCdr Robert B. Doremus shot down MiG-17 June 17, 1965.
152219 (VF-96) lost Feb 12, 1967 when crashed into South China Sea due to pilot disorentation.  
Both crew killed.
152220 (MSN 795) crashed into hill in heavy clouds Dec 2, 1965 near Mu Ron MA/Dong Hoi, North Vietnam.  Both crew killed.
152221 (MSN 800) upgraded to F-4N.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California in 1996.
152222 (MSN 804) upgraded to F-4N.  Was preserved at Pacific Coast Division of the United States Aviation Museum, 
Inyokern, CA.  Returned to NAS China Lake after Inyokern bellied up and was converted to QF-4N.  
152223 (MSN 807) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Aug 26, 1982.  Salvaged 1983.
152224 (MSN 812) with VF-114 crashed near Cai Lay/My Tho in Mekong Delta, South Vietnam Mar 5, 1966 when hit by target debris.
152225 (MSN 816) upgraded to F-4N.  With VF-171, lost control and crashed near Key West, Florida Aug 12, 1980
152226 (MSN 821) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0119 Sep 8, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N.  Salvaged
152227 (MSN 824) with VMFA-531 w/o Sep 23, 1975.
152228 (MSN 829) with VF-31 crashed near USS Saratoga (or on) after collision with RA-5C 150836 Oct 16, 1965.
152229 (MSN 833) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged 1983.
152230 (MSN 836) upgraded to F-4N.  Seen at NAS China Lake, California in 2008
152231 (MSN 841) with VF-11 crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Forrestal Jan 5, 1970
152232 (MSN 845) with VMFA-542 shot down by small arms fire near Maixa Ha/Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Sep 19, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
152233 (MSN 850) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Kitty Hawk Jan 31, 1966 due to damage by AAA over Laos.
152234 (MSN 853) with VF-11 crashed into Atlantic Ocean after bad launch from USS Kitty Hawk Mar 23, 1966.
152235 (MSN 857) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 421.  Expended in missile test Jul 21, 1993.
152236 (MSN 862) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC May 15, 1978.
152237 (MSN 867) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0058 Sep 12, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
152238 (MSN 872) lost Oct 5, 1966 in accident aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.  Also listed as having been shot down
with VMFA-323 near Thon Cam Son, North Vietnam Sep 8, 1967.
152239 (MSN 875) with VF-161 crshed into sea off Vinh, North Vietnam due to engine failure May 17, 1970.
152240 (MSN 879) with VMFA-122 w/o at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Feb 16, 1973. 
152241 (MSN 883) with VMFA-323 crashed into sea off USS Oriskany Dec 19, 1979  
152242 (MSN 888) with VF-143 shot down by AAA near Nam Dinh/Hung Yen, North Vietnam June 28, 1967.
152243 (MSN 892) with VMFA-323 SOC at NAF China Lake, California Sep 17, 1982.
152244 ... 152272
McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
Redesignated F-4B-22-MC in 1962
152244 (MSN 899) upgraded to F-4N.  With VMFA-134 w/o at MCAS El Toro, California May 9, 1985.  Assigned as ground
trainer at MCAS El Toro, California
152245 (MSN 902) with VMFA-122 w/o at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Dec 19, 1972
152246 (MSN 906) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0152 Jan 26, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 139 and 38.  W/o Mar 18, 1997.
152247 (MSN 909) flown by Lt Guy H. Freeborn and Lt (jg) Robert J. Elliot shot down MiG-21 Aug 10, 1967.  With VF-142
shot down by ground fire near Chap Khe, North Vietnam Aug 21, 1967.
152248 (MSN 913) with VF-142 crshed into Pacific Ocean while attempting to land on USS Ranger Nov 10, 1965.
152249 (MSN 918) with VF-143 SOC Jul 17, 1978.  Salvaged at NAS North Island, California in 1984
152250 (MSN 922) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0122 Sep 23, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N.  Expended in missile test Dec 5, 1995.
152251 (MSN 925) with VF-143 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after being damaged by AAA over North Vietnam June 15, 1966.
152252 (MSN 930) upgraded to F-4N.  With VF-154, w/o on USS Coral Sea Aug 23, 1982
152253 (MSN 934) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0066 Oct 20, 1977.  Returned to service.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
Expended in missile test Dec 13, 1994.
152254 MSN 938) upgraded to F-4N.  WFU Nov 1984.  Sent to be target on Fort Chaffee Gunnery Range, Arkansas
152255 (MSN 941) with VF-114 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin when hit by target debris over North Vietnam Apr 26, 1966.
152256 (MSN 946) was at National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.  Noted
Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
152257 (MSN 951) with VF-213 shot down near Ban Karai Pass, Laos May 18, 1966 by AAA.  Both crewmen
ejected and were picked by USAF helicopter.
152258 (MSN 956) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged.
152259 (MSN 960) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Sep 7, 1983.
152260 (MSN 964) with VMFA-115 shot down near Hue, South Vietnam Jan 22, 1969.
152261 (MSN 970) with VMFA-323 shot down by SA-2 near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Dec 7, 1965
152262 (MSN 974) with VF-143 ran out of fuel and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Ranger July 11, 1966.
152263 (MSN 977) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Apr 27, 1984.  Currently on display at VFW in West Memphis, Arkansas.
152264 (MSN 981) with VF-96 shot down by SAM near Hanoi, North Vietnam May 19, 1967.
152265 (MSN 986) with VMFA-314 crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam after collision with F-4 152276 Jan 24, 1966
152266 (MSN 990) with VMFA-314 shot down near Dong Hoi, North Vietnam May 16, 1967.
152267 (MSN 994) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Apr 14, 1982.  Currently preserved in Dallas, Texas
152268 (MSN 997) with VMFA-115 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Hoi An, South Vietnam May 25, 1966.  Both crewmen killed.
152269 (MSN 1003) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0149 Jan 25, 1984.  In 1991 was on a pylon at maingate of NAS Dallas, Texas.
Also reported as having been expended in a missile test Mar 2, 1994.
152270 (MSN 1006) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Oct 25, 1984.   preserved at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina in 
Apr 1989 as F-4B in VMFA-251 markings.
152271 (MSN 1010) with VMFA-314 shot down near Kinh Mon/Hue, South Vietnam Mar 18, 1967
152272 (MSN 1016) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N as 409.  Crashed on takeoff Apr 9, 1988.
155731 ... 155784
McDonnell F-4J-34-MC Phantom
155731 (MSN 2898) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0196 Jun 13, 1985
155732 (MSN 2900) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0257 Dec 23, 1986
155733 (MSN 2903) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0198 Jul 9, 1985
155734 (MSN 2906) to AMARC as 8F0110 Jul 8, 1982.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE361 Nov 13, 1984.  WFU Feb 1991.
To trainer at RAF Honington (9057M)
155735 (MSN 2908) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F-173 Dec 6, 1984
155736 (MSN 2911) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0312 Oct 27, 1988.  Range target at Marine Corps 
Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California in March 2008.
155737 (MSN 2813) with VF-121 crashed into sea off California Aug 14, 1972
155738 (MSN 2915) with VF-92 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin May 20, 1970.
155739 (MSN 2918) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0323 Nov 23, 1988
155740 (MSN 2921) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone Dec 1991.  SOC May 25, 2000.
155741 (MSN 2924) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 1994.  SOC Sep 18, 2004.
155742 (MSN 2926) with VMFA-334 shot down near Vinh Linh, North Vietnam Nov 1, 1968
155743 (MSN 2929) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0200 Jul 30, 1985
155744 (MSN 2931) with VMFA-334 shot down near Song Thu/Bon River, Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 8, 1968.  Wreck later recovered.
155745 (MSN 2934) w/o sometime between 1984 and 1986 in Japan.  Assigned to VF-151 in 1984 aboard USS Midway.
155746 (MSN 2936) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0220 Apr 28, 1986
155747 (MSN 2938) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0177 Dec 26, 1984
155748 (MSN 2940) to MASDC as 8F0163 Feb 10, 1984
155749 credited with MiG-17 kill May 10, 1972 with VF-96.  Converted to
F-4S in 1979.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  Crashed at Point Mugu Air Show 
Apr 20, 2002.  Both crew ejected, but hit ground before their chutes could
open and were killed.
155750 (MSN 2945) with VF-154 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch from USS Ranger Nov 11, 1970
155751 (MSN 2848) with VF-21 accidentally shot down by another F-4 off Philippines Nov 21, 1968.
155752 (MSN 2951) with VF-101 w/o Jul 1, 1972.
155753 (MSN 2953) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0167 Jun 5, 1984
155754 (MSN 2956) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0283 Jul 9, 1987
155755 (MSN 2958) to MASDC as 8F0109 Jul 8, 1982.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE362 Nov 26, 1984.  WFU Jan 1991.  To
target at Pendine rnge
155756 (MSN 2960) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii, an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
155757 (MSN 2962) converted to F-4S.  Crashed with VF-161 into Pacific ocean shortly after takeoff from
USS Midway Apr 2, 1984.  Pilot killed.
155758 (MSN 2965) with VF-92 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii, an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
155759 (MSN 2968) upgraded to F-4S. Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 1990. SOC Jan 21, 2003
155760 (MSN 2971) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to hydraulics failure Feb 17, 1969
155761 (MSN 2974) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0261 Jeb 26, 1987
155762 (MSN 2976) with VMFA-334 crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Feb 7, 1969
155763 (MSN 2978) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch from USS Ranger Feb 20, 1969
155764 (MSN 2980) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 22, 1989.  SOC Jan 21, 2003.  
Preserved at MAPS Air Museum, Akron-Canton, OH
155765 (MSN 2983) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0272 May 1, 1987
155766 (MSN 2986) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0202 Aug 16, 1985
155767 (MSN 2988) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0229 Aug 28, 1986
155768 (MSN 2991) with VF-143 shot down by ground fire near Quang Tri, South Vietnam Jan 27, 1973.
155769 (MSN 2993) converted to F-4S.  With VF-302, crashed while landing at El Paso Airport, Texas Apr 4, 1983
155770 (MSN 2996) with VMFA-334 shot down near Da Nang, South Vietnam Mar 2, 1969
155771 (MSN 2996) with VF-96 destroyed on the ground by the crash of F-8E 150879 at NAS Miramar,
California Dec 22, 1969.
155772 (MSN 3000) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Apr 1987.  Salvaged at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Sep 1999.
155773 (MSN 3002) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0168 Jun 5, 1984
155774 (MSN 3005) with VMFA-235 crashed in Imperial Valley/Chocolate Ranges, California Nov 1, 1973.
155775 (MSN 3008) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Mar 9, 1970
155776 (MSN 3010) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii, an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
155777 (MSN 3012) with VF-102 crashed in Southeast Asia after collision with F-4 155538 Jan 5, 1971
155778 (MSN 3014) with VF-142 w/o Nov 14, 1970.
155779 (MSN 3016) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0210 Dec 12, 1985
155780 (MSN 3019) with VF-92 crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Constellation Oct 28, 1972
155781 (MSN 3022) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0252 Dec 18, 1986
155782 (MSN 3025) with VMFA-232 crashed while landing Jan 7, 1969
155783 (MSN 3028) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0248 Dec 10, 1986
155784 (MSN 3030) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0260 Feb 26, 1987
155844 ... 155866
McDonnell F-4J-36-MC Phantom
155844 (MSN 3192) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0317 Nov 22, 1988
155845 (MSN 3196) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989.  Converted to QF-4S drone.
SOC Aug 12, 2004.  Sent to be target on NAS Fallon Range, Nevada
155846 (MSN 3199) of VF-142 shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Dec 28, 1972.  With VF-142, shot down over North
Vietnam May 3, 1973.
155847 (MSN 3202) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.  Converted to QF-4S drone.
Was the last QF-4S to be converted for the USN under its drone program, this aircraft left MCAS 
Cherry Point, NC Mar 3, 2003 for NAWS Point Mugu, CA.  SOC Nov 19, 2003.  Wreck spotted on San 
Nicholas Island, California Oct 2008.
155848 (MSN 3206) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU in 1986.  To FAAM Yeovilton, UK in 1986.  To Museum of Flight, East Fortune, 
Scotland in 1999.
155849 (MSN 3211) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0290 Jul 28, 1987
155850 (MSN 3216) crashed after compressor stall or flameout Oct 17, 1977 in Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona.
Both crew ejected.  Both crewmen ejected safely.
155851 (MSN 3222) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0296 Apr 7, 1988
155852 (MSN 3228) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0215 Apr 28, 1986
155853 (MSN 3233) with VF-41 w/o on USS Franklin D Roosevelt Mar 9, 1970.
155854 (MSN 3239) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0206 Sep 13, 1985
155855 (MSN 3245) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 22, 1989
155856 (MSN 3251) with VF-41 crashed on approach to USS Franklin D Roosevelt Jun 10, 1970
155857 (MSN 3259) with VF-121 crashed into sea after bad launch from USS Enterprise Jul 7, 1972.
155858 (MSN 3265) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0253 Dec 18, 1986
155859 (MSN 3272) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0287 Jul 28, 1987
155860 (MSN 3278) with VF-101 w/o May 25, 1971.
155861 (MSN 3284) converted to F-4S.  WFU at NAS North Island, California Nov 1989.  
Front fuselage noted Oct 16 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, California 
on loan from NMNA
155862 (MSN 3290) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0235 Oct 15, 1986
155863 (MSN 3295) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0292 Nov 5, 1987
155864 (MSN 3300) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Nov 1991.  Converted to
QF-4S drone as 112.  W/o Dec 21, 2000
155865 (MSN 3306) converted to F-4S. With VF-102, crashed into Indian Ocean Feb 20, 1981
155866 (MSN 3313) with VF-84 crashed while landing on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Dec 19, 1984
155867 ... 155874
McDonnell F-4J-37-MC Phantom
155867 (MSN 3325) w/o with VF-103 Dec 10, 1970.
155868 (MSN 3338) to RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE363 Nov 3, 1984.  WFU in 1991
155869 (MSN 3352) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 22, 1989.
Stored in compound of MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina in Apr 1992.
155870 (MSN 3365) SOC Mar 21, 1990.
155871 (MSN 3375) converted to F-4S.  W/o Jan 12, 1981.  To AMARC as 8F0254 Dec 19, 1986
155872 (MSN 3384) upgraded to F-4S.  QFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.  SOC Jan 21, 2003, transferred to 
Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, Nnrth Carolina Aug 2003.
155873 (MSN 3411) with VF-142 w/o on USS Enterprise Apr 7, 1971
155874 (MSN 3430) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0281 Jul 9, 1987
155875 ... 155889
McDonnell F-4J-38-MC Phantom
155875 (MSN 3437) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Mar 28, 1970.  W/o after engine fire
onboard USS Enterprise Apr 26, 1973
155876 (MSN 3443) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0280 Jul 9, 1987
155877 (MSN 3447) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC Jan 29, 2003.
155878 (MSN 3452) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Nov 1991. 
155879 (MSN 3458) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0288 Jul 28, 1987
155880 (MSN 3464) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0224 May 7, 1986
155881 (MSN 3470) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0319 Nov 22, 1988
155882 (MSN 3476) SOC at NAS North Island, California Nov 29, 1982.
155883 (MSN 3481) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0293 Nov 5, 1987
155884 (MSN 3486) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch off USS Ranger Feb 27, 1971
155885 (MSN 3490) upgraded to F-4S.  (VMFAT-101) crashed after touchdown at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Jun 13, 1981.  Crew 
ejected and suffered minor injuries.
155886 (MSN 3496) with VF-213 w/o on USS Kitty Hawk Aug 7, 1973
155887 (MSN 3501) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jun 1986
155888 (MSN 3506) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0301 Aug 22, 1988
155889 (MSN 3511) with VF-142 crashed near Ban Nampakhon/Ban Xesevang, Laos Nov 22, 1969
157980 ... 157980
Grumman F-14A-1-GR Tomcat
Model 303 prototype.  First flight Dec 21, 1970.  Suffered hydraulic failure on second flight 
Dec 30, 1970 and crashed on approach to Calverton.  Crew ejected safely. 
157981 ... 157981
Grumman F-14A-5-GR Tomcat
w/o 5/13/1974 after suffering inflight hydrazine APU fire.
Landed safely but written off due to extensive damage.
157982 ... 157982
Grumman F-14A-10-GR Tomcat
On exhibit at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY.
157983 ... 157983
Grumman F-14A-15-GR Tomcat
MSN 4.  To MASDC as 1K0004 Oct 27, 1981.  SOC 12/1985.
157984 ... 157984
Grumman F-14A-20-GR Tomcat
At National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola FL.
157985 ... 157985
Grumman F-14A-25-GR Tomcat
Crashed 6/20/1973 when AIM-7 pitched up on launch and ruptured
a fuel tank, causing a fire which forced the crew to eject.
157986 ... 157986
Grumman F-14A-30-GR Tomcat
MSN 007.  Modified as F-14B, which was to be powered by the winner of the Advanced Technology Engine 
competiion.  Prototypes of the winning Pratt and Whitney F401-P-400 were installed and first flown
Sep 12, 1973.  The F-14B program was cancelled and the aircraft was stored by Grumman.  Removed
from storage 7 years later and fitted with the General Electric F101 Derivative Fighter Engine, and
first flew Jul 14, 1981.  Used for developing the F-14A(Plus) and the F-14D.  Now on display at
Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, NY.
157987 ... 157987
Grumman F-14A-35-GR Tomcat
W/o 5/13/1974 after suffering engine fire on ground at
NAS Patuxent River, MD.
157988 ... 157988
Grumman F-14A-40-GR Tomcat
MSN 9.  To MASDC as 1K0005 Mar 12, 1982.  On exhibit at NAS Oceana Air Park, VA.
157989 ... 157989
Grumman F-14A-45-GR Tomcat
Crashed Jun 30, 1972 into Chesapeake Bay while practicing for airshow at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
157990 ... 157990
Grumman F-14A-50-GR Tomcat
MSN 11.  To MASDC as 1K0007 Oct 21, 1982.  On display at March Field Museum, CA.
157991 ... 157991
Grumman F-14A-55-GR Tomcat
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1979 to 1985.
Registered as NASA 991.  Used for high-angle-of-attack and spin-control-and-recovery tests. 
The NASA/Navy program, which included 212 total flights, achieved considerable improvement 
in the F-14 high-angle-of-attack flying qualities.  Delivered back to the Navy on September 6, 1985.
Used for testing of thrust vectoring system at NATC.  SOC Sep 30, 1990.
158612 ... 158619
Grumman F-14A-60-GR Tomcat
Model G-303
158612 wfu at Jacksonville and to AMARC as 1K0131 Jan 29,2002.  SOC Sep 25, 2003
158613 (MSN 14) later modified to Block 130 standards.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
Edwards AFB, CA, 1986 to 1987.  Registered as NASA 834.  Used for the Variable-Sweep Transition 
Flight Experiment. This program explored laminar flow on variable sweep aircraft at high subsonic speeds.
In February 1992 was taken to the Naval Surface Weapons Center at Dahlgreen, Virginia for use as a 
ground target for the testing of ordnance.  SOC Apr 9, 1992.
158614 later modified to Block 130 standards.  Modified for TARPS pod.
To MASDC as 1K0001 Apr 16, 1980.  Returned to service.  SOC 11/16/1999.
158615 later modified to Block 130 standards.  SOC 3/12/1999.  Seen at NAS China Lake in 2008.
158616 later modified to Block 130 standards.  To AMARC as 1K0002 May 16, 1980.
Returned to service.  SOC Mar 21, 2001
158617 (MSN 18) later modified to Block 130 standards.  SOC Oct 10, 2003.  Allocated for preservation by Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 7293, Allenton, PA.  Noted there Oct 2003.  
158618 later modified to Block 130 standards.  To MASDC as 1K0006 Jun 2, 1982.
Crashed into Arabian Sea (VF-211) Mar 8, 2002
following failed landing attempt on USS John Stennis.
158619 crashed after entering spin during engine stall tests NAS
Patuxent River, MD Feb 22, 1977.  Both crew killed.
158620 ... 158637
Grumman F-14A-65-GR Tomcat
158620,158637 modified for TARPS pod.
158620,158624,158626/158637 later modified to Block 130 standards.
158620 (MSN 21) reported lost with VF-154 over southern Iraq Mar 31, 2003
158622 (MSN 23) to AMARC as 1K0052 Dec 18, 1991
158623 on display at NAS Point Mugu, CA.
158624 SOC Oct 6, 2003
158627 SOC Dec 6, 2000.
158628 (MSN 29) to AMARC as 1K0156 Aug 3, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
158629 (VF-101) crashed Jun 18, 2000 at Willow Grove
Sounds of Freedom airshow at NAS Willow Grove, PA.
Both crew killed.
158630 SOC Sep 8, 2003 and scrapped at Fallon
158632 (MSN 33) to AMARC as 1K0162 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
158633 (MSN 34) to AMARC as 1K0121 Dec 20, 2001.  SOC Sep 25, 2003
158634 SOC Feb 9, 2002
158635 (MSN 35, VF-211) collided with 161295 over Red Sea Feb 2, 2004 during
sortie from USS Enterprise.  Both landed safely.  158635 was only slightly damaged
but 161295 was declared a writeoff.  158635 to AMARC as 1K0155 Aug 3, 2004, and
SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
158636 Soc 9/23/1999.
158637 (MSN 38) w/o with VF-102 Sep 23, 2003.
158978 ... 158999
Grumman F-14A-70-GR Tomcat
158978 (MSN 039) on exhibit at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA.  Now
with USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA
158979 (MSN 040) to AMARC as 1K0013 Aug 30, 1990.  SOC 8/1/1992.
158980 (MSN 041) to AMARC as 1K0015 Sep 13, 1990
158981 (VF-302) lost control during ACM maneuvers 6/4/1993 and crew ejected safely.
158982 (VF-1) lost 1/2/1975 over Cubi Point following engine explosion.
158983 (VF-302) lost control and crashed Jun 20, 1986, Fallon, NY.  Both crew ejected safely.
158984 SOC 11/20/1997.
158985 (MSN 046) SOC 3/31/1993.  Now with Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA.
158986 (MSN 047) to AMARC as 1K0033 Jul 19, 1991
158987 (MSN 048) to AMARC as 1K0018 Oct 25, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
158988 (MSN 049) to AMARC as 1K0005 Mar 12, 1982.  Returned to service.
Back to AMARC as 1K0016 Sep 18, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
158989 (MSN 050) to AMARC as 1K0040 Aug 29, 1991.  SOC 6/30/1992.
158990 (MSN 051) to AMARC as 1K0039 Aug 26, 1991.  SOC 6/1/1992.
158991 (MSN 052) to AMARC as 1K0011 Aug 22, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
158992 (MSN 053) to AMARC as 1K0028 Feb 28, 1991.  SOC 6/1/1992.
158993 (MSN 054) to AMARC as 1K0019 Oct 25, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
158994 (MSN 055) to AMARC as 1K0012 Aug 27, 1990
158995 (VF-1) crashed near NAS Miramar Mar 27, 1978.
158996 (VF-2) crashed near NAS Miramar Jun 26, 1977.
158997 SOC 2/4/1992.
158998 (MSN 059) reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ.
158999 on display at NAS JRB, Fort Worth, TX (Carswell AFB).
159000 ... 159006
Grumman F-14A-70-GR Tomcat
159000 (MSN 061) to AMARC as 1K0009 Aug 20, 1990.
159001 (VF-1) crashed into sea Jan 13, 1975 after engine explosion
159002 (MSN 063) to AMARC as 1K0008 Aug 17, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
159003 (MSN 064) to AMARC as 1K0014 Sep 10, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
159004 (MSN 065) to AMARC as 1K0047 Sep 27, 1991.
159005 (MSN 066) to AMARC as 1K0044 Sep 24, 1991.
159006 (MSN 067) to AMARC as 1K0042 Sep 9, 1991.
159007 ... 159025
Grumman F-14A-75-GR Tomcat
159007 (VF-14) ran off flight deck after arrestor cable failed while landing on USS John F. Kennedy Aug 5, 1975.
159008 (VF-101) crashed near NAS Oceana Oct 31, 1977.
159009 (MSN 070) to AMARC as 1K0036 Jul 31, 1991.
159010 (MSN 071) to AMARC as 1K0031 Jun 5, 1991.
159011 (VF-11) crashed into Red Sea following loss of control while
engaged in ACM from USS John F. Kennedy Feb 6, 1982.
159012 (VF-140 crashed into ocean off Florida coast Mar 20, 1978.
159013 (MSN 074, VF-32) shot down Libyan MiG-23 Jan 4, 1989, Gulf of Sidra. Crew was Hermon Cook and Leo Enright.  
To AMARC as 1K0010 Aug 20, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
159014 (MSN 075) to AMARC as 1K0034 Jul 23, 1991.
159015 (MSN 076) to AMARC as 1K0041 Sep 4, 1991.
159016 (MSN 077) to AMARC as 1K0032 Jul 15, 1991.
159017 (MSN 078) to AMARC as 1K0045 Sep 24, 1991.
159018 (MSN 079) to AMARC as 1K0030 Apr 30, 1991.
159019 SOC 12/13/1993.
159020 (MSN 081) to AMARC as 1K0037 Aug 12, 1991.
159021 (MSN 082) to AMARC as 1K0046 Sep 26, 1991.
159022 (VF-14) collided with 160902 while operating from NAS Roosevelt Roads Dec 5, 1979 and crashed into sea.
159023 SOC 3/31/1992.
159024 (VF-31) crashed into Mediterranean Sea near Cyprus while on low-level CAP Nov 8, 1983.  Both crew killed.
159025 on exhibit at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, SC.
159421 ... 159429
Grumman F-14A-75-GR Tomcat
159421 (VF-33) crashed 6/18/1987 during low-level training
mission near Dare County, NC.
159422 (MSN 088) to AMARC as 1K0035 Jul 26, 1991.
159423 (MSN 089) to AMARC as 1K0024 Dec 6, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
159424 SOC 3/2/1994.
159425 (MSN 091) to AMARC as 1K0038 Aug 14, 1991.
159426 (MSN 092) to AMARC as 1K0021 Nov 29, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
159427 (MSN 093) to AMARC as 1K0043 Sep 13, 1991.
159428 (VF-33) badly damaged 6/17/1984 when port landing gear
collapsed while landing on USS America.
159429 (MSN 095) to AMARC as 1K0055 Jan 16, 1992.
159430 ... 159468
Grumman F-14A-80-GR Tomcat
159430 (VF-143) crashed into sea Oct 5, 1978 while operating off
USS Eisenhower.
159431 (VF-14) struck A-6 on USS John F. Kennedy during night bolter
1/3/1987 and crashed into Mediterranean.
159432 (VF-143) crashed Jun 24, 1975 on takeoff from NAS Oceana
due to engine fire.  To AMARC as 1K0134 Aug 3, 2002.
Cockpit at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY Jan 2007
159433 (MSN 099) to AMARC as 1K0049 Nov 15, 1991.
159434 (MSN 100) to AMARC as 1K0053 Dec 18, 1991.
159435 (MSN 101) to AMARC as 1K0048 Oct 31, 1991.
159436 (MSN 102) to AMARC as 1K0050 Nov 19, 1991.
159437 (MSN 103) to AMARC as 1K0056 Feb 11, 1992. Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
159438 (MSN 104) to AMARC as 1K0058 Mar 17, 1992.
159439 (V-102) crashed while trying to land single-engined on USS
America 7/15/1984.  Crew ejected over Arabian Sea.
159440 (MSN 106) to AMARC as 1K0057 Mar 4, 1992.
159441 (VF-32) crashed after cold shot off USS John F. Kennedy 3/25/1988.
159442 (MSN 108) to AMARC as 1K0017 Sep 20, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
159443 (VF-143) experienced ramp strike while attempting to land on USS
America and diverted to NAS Norfolk, but crashed short of objective
Mar 28, 1977.
159444 (MSN 110) to AMARC as 1K0059 Mar 31, 1992.
159445 on exhibit at NAS Norfolk, VA.
159446 SOC 7/1/1990.
159447 (MSN 113) to AMARC as 1K0060 Apr 16, 1992.
159448 on display at NAVICP (USN) Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, PA.
159449 (MSN 115) to AMARC as 1K0061 May 12, 1992.
159450 SOC 4/30/1994.
159451 (VF-142) in midair collision with EA-6B of VAQ-137 and crashed
into Aegean Sea Nov 10, 1977.
159452 (MSN 118) to AMARC as 1K0071 Oct 14, 1994.  SOC 10/31/1994.
159453 (MSN 119) to AMARC as 1K0062 May 28, 1992.
159454 (MSN 120) to AMARC as 1K0067 Jul 26, 1994.
159455 to NF-14 testbed.  SOC 9/18/1997.  Preserved at NAS Patuxent
River, MD Jan 2006
159456 (VF-143) crashed into sea May 21, 1979 while flying from USS Eisenhower.
159457 SOC 1/1/1993
159458 SOC 5/1994.
159459 SOC 4/7/1992.
159460 (MSN 126) to AMARC as 1K0020 Nov 20, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
159461 (VF-124) crashed at NAS Miramar Mar 23, 1976.
159462 (MSN 128) to AMARC as 1K0063 Aug 4, 1992.
159464 (VF-2) crashed while landing on USS Enterprise Dec 19, 1976.
159465 (MSN 131) to AMARC as 1K0117 Apr 29, 1998.  SOC 5/21/1998.
159466 (MSN 132) to AMARC as 1K0065 Sep 30, 1992.
159467 (MSN 133) to AMARC as 1K0070 Oct 5, 1994.  SOC 10/31/1994.
159468 (MSN 134) to AMARC as 1K0066 Jun 29, 1994.  SOC 6/30/1994.
159588 ... 159637
Grumman F-14A-85-GR Tomcat
159591,159606,159612 modified for TARPS pod.
159588 (VF-32) taxiied off deck of USS John F. Kennedy Sept 14, 1976.
159589 (MSN 136) to AMARC as 1K0051 Dec 3, 1991.
159590 (VF-124) destroyed by engine fire on USS Enterprise Oct 29, 1975.
159591 (VF-101) made inadvertent belly landing at NALF Fentress, VA Apr 9, 2001.
SOC Apr 19, 2001.
159592 (DR-10) converted to F-14D(R).  SOC May 29, 2003
159593 SOC 7/1/1993.
159594 (VF-101) crashed into Atlantic off NAS Oceana Jun 21, 1977.
159595 (MSN 142, DR-12) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0138 Jun 18, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
159596 (MSN 143) to AMARC as 1K0025 Dec 12, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
159597 (MSN 144) to AMARC as 1K0073 Dec 8, 1994.  SOC 11/30/1994.
159598 (MSN 145) to AMARC as 1K0022 Nov 29, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
159599 (VF-143) lost Mar 6, 1982 when arrestor cable failed while 
landing on USS Eisenhower off coast of Sardinia.  Aircraft went over side into
Mediterranean.  Both crew ejected.
159600 (DR-5) converted to F-14D(R).  Reported to be at Bronco Air Museum, Fort
Worth, TX.  159600 number has also appeared on a Schweizer X-26A.
SOC Aug 28, 2006
159601 (VF-142) crashed into sea while attempting to land on USS Eisenhower Mar 6, 1980.
159602 SOC 7/1/1993.
159603 (DR-14) converted to F-14D(R).  SOC Jun 3, 2003
159604 (MSN 151) to AMARC as 1K0064 Sep 30, 1992.
159605 (VF-143) entered flat spin during ACM engagement and could not 
recover and crashed into sea near USS Eisenhower  Sept 13, 1980.
159606 SOC 10/16/1992.
159607 SOC 2/17/1994.
159608 (MSN 155) to AMARC as 1K0072 Oct 26, 1994.
159609 SOC 1/8/1992.
159610 (MSN 157, VF-32) shot down Libyan MiG-23 Jan 4, 1989, Gulf of Sidra.  Crew was 
Joseph Connelly and Steven Collins.  As DR-02, later converted to F-14D(R).
SOC May 31, 2003.  Noted with NASM Nov 2003.  Noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy
Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA, on loan from NMNA.
159611 SOC 4/30/1994.
159612 SOC 9/9/1994.
159613 (MSN 160, DR-4) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0137 Jun 17, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
159614 (MSN 161) to AMARC as 1K0054 Dec 20, 1991.
159615 SOC 12/21/1994.
159616 SOC 9/21/1994.
159617 (VF-24) crashed into Pacific off San Clemente Island Jun 14, 1982.  Both crew ejected safely.
159618 (DR-17) converted to F-14D(R).  SOC Jun 2, 2003
159619 (DR-9) converted to F-14D(R).  To Florida Air Museum, Lakeland, FL.
SOC Sep 20, 2006
159620 on exhibit at Pioneer's Museum, Imperial, NAF El Centro, CA.
159621 (MSN 168) to AMARC as 1K0068 Aug 2, 1994.
159622 (VF-211) crashed into sea off USS Constellation Jul 15, 1978.
159623 (VF-24) arrestor gear failed while landing on USS Constellation in
Indian Ocean Dec 19, 1981.  Plane ran off deck edge and lost in ocean.  Both crew rescued.
159624 (MSN 171) to AMARC as 1K0023 Dec 5, 1990.
159625 (MSN 172) to AMARC as 1K0027 Jan 31, 1991
159626 on display at NAS Fallon, NV.
159627 SOC 11/19/1993.
159628 (MSN 175, DR-8) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0144 Mar 31, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
159629 (DR-7) converted to F-14D(R).  To Wedell-Williams Aviation Museum, Kenner, LA.  SOC Mar 29, 2006
159630 (MSN 177, DR-18) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0135 Jun 11, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
159631 on exhibit at San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA.
159632 (VF-211) crashed into Pacific Ocean off California coast Aug 25, 1978.
159633 (DR-16) converted to F-14D(R).  159633 (VF-11) crashed Feb 22, 1994 
900 miles off San Diego, CA.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
159634 (MSN 181) to AMARC as 1K0026 Dec 17, 1990.
159635 (DR-15) converted to F-14D(R).  159635 (VF-11) in midair collision 
with 164340 of VF-31) 1/13/1995.  All four crewmembers ejected safely.
159636 (VF-211) crashed into Pacific Ocean off Pusan, Korea Nov 25, 1978.
159637 seen at SARDIP yard at NAD North Island 2003.
159825 ... 159874
Grumman F-14A-90-GR Tomcat
159825 SOC 2/17/1994.  Forward fuselage section at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
159826 crashed 3/5/1976 near NAS Patuxent River, MD after experiencing a spin.
159827 SOC 1/14/1997l
159828 SOC 1/23/1996l
159829 (MSN 189) SOC Dec 21, 2000 and now at Wings Over the Rockies Museum, Colorado.
159830 at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA.
159831 SOC 8/31/1995.
159832 damaged after midair collision with 161597 over
South China Sea 6/29/1991.  SOC 2/23/1994
159833 (MSN 193) to AMARC as 1K0087 Feb 15, 1996.
159834 (MSN 194) to AMARC as 1K0029 Mar 21, 1991.  SOC 6/30/1992l
159835 SOC 9/20/1990.
159836 SOC 5/9/1997.
159837 (MSN 197) to AMARC as 1K0079 Jul 7, 1995.
159838 (VF-124) crashed near NAS Miramar 6/21/1976 after inflight engine
explosion
159839 (VF-124) crashed 8/28/1977 after inflight engine explosion.
159840 crashed into sea 1/18/1984 after loss of power on single-
engine approach to USS Enterprise.
159841 SOC 12/31/1994.   Was on display at NSWC-DD (Airfield Ramp), Virginia Beach, VA
Now on display at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, Virginia
159842 (VF-124) crashed 4/19/1977 near El Centro after dual engine flameout during maneuvering.
159843 (VF-213) crashed during landing aboard USS Abraham Lincoln 7/20/1993 in Indian Ocean.  Both 
crewmen ejected, but pilot was killed. 
159848 at Tillamook Air Museum, OR
159849 (MSN 209) to AMARC as 1K0076 Mar 21, 1995. SOC Sept 14, 2000.
159851 SOC 3/14/1995.
159852 SOC 3/14/1995.
159853 (MSN 213) SOC 6/1/1992.  Noted Aug 2003 preserved at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA
159854 (VF-114) crashed 6/28/1977 SW of San Diego, CA after experiencing total engine failure.
159855 SOC 3/23/1998.
159856 SOC 1/31/1996. On display at NAF El Centro, CA
159857 SOC 12/31/1993.
159858 (MSN 218) to AMARC as 1K0081 Aug 23, 1995.
159859 (VF-213) crashed Aug 8, 1984 near NAS Cubi Point.  Both crew killed.
159860 SOC 1/1/1996.
159861 (VF-213) crashed 9/3/1986 into Silver Strand Beach, CA.
159862 (MSN 222) to AMARC as 1K0080 Aug 21, 1995.  SOC Sept 14, 2000.
159863 (MSN 223) to AMARC as 1K0100 Apr 18, 1997.  On exhibit at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.
159864 SOC 3/23/1999.
159865 crashed into F-14A 160888 due to failing brakes 12/16/1988.
159866 (MSN 226) to AMARC as 1K0092 Apr 30, 1996.  SOC 6/7/1999.
159867 (VF-24) crashed in northern Persian Gulf Feb 22, 1996 off USS Nimitz.  Both crewmembers rescued.
159868 (MSN 228) to AMARC as 1K0111 Oct 1, 1997.  SOC 4/19/2000.
159869 SOC 9/12/1994.
159870 served with VF-191 "Satan's Kittens" in late 1980s.  (VF-213) went into sea off coast of 
Sri Lanka 7/8/1991.  Both crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
159871 (MSN 231) to AMARC as 1K0107 Sep 16, 1997. 
159872 (VF-114) SOC 1/27/1989.
159873 SOC Jan 15, 2002
159874 SOC 1/31/1995.
160299 ... 160378
Grumman F-14A Tomcat 
For Imperial Iranian AF under serial numbers 3-863/3-892 and 3-6001/3-6050.  
Last one not delivered.
160311 lost 4/30/1977 144 mi SE of Esfahan, Iran during instructional
flight with Iranian pilot and Grumman instructor.
160318 (MSN H-30) IRIAF 3-6020
160322 (IRIAF 3-6024) on static display at Khoramshar Air Exhibition Jun 5, 2002.
160325 to IRIAF as 3-6027
160326 (MSN H-28) Imperial Iranian AF serial 3-890, Islamic Republic of Iran AF as 3-6028.
160330 to IRIAF as 3-6032.
160337 to IRIAF as 3-6039
160346 lost 11/15/1977 78 mi SE of Esfahan, Iran with all-Iranian
crew aboard.
160350 to IRIAF as 3-6052
160358 seen at Tehran, Iran bearing IRIAF serial 3-6060
160361 to IRIAF as 3-6063
160371 to IRIAF as 3-6073
160377 to IRIAF as 3-6079
160378 (MSN H80) not delivered to Iran. To NF-14 testbed.  To AMARC as 1K0119 Aug 21, 2000.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160379 ... 160414
Grumman F-14A-95-GR Tomcat
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
160379 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
160380 (VF-84) crashed May 3, 1980 into sea off Iran during launch from USS
Nimitz.  Crew were killed.  Suffered engine failure on catapult launch, lost
directional control at low speed, stalled, and crashed off the bow of the ship.
160381 (VF-84) crashed Aug 26, 1994 near Goose Creek Island, Pamlico Sound, NC.  Both crewmembers
ejected safely.
160382 on loan from Pensacola to the Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
160383 (VF-41) crashed into Mediterranean Nov 3, 1979 while operating from USS
Nimitz while conducting an interception during joint exericse with USAF and Spanish AF.
Both crew lost at sea. 
160384 (MSN 240) to AMARC as 1K0084 Aug 31, 1995
160385 SOC after being hit by crashing EA-6B aboard USS Nimitz
5/26/1981.
160386 SOC Sep 8, 1999.  Was on exhibit at NAS Willow Grove, PA (Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association).
To Great Lakes Naval Training Center, North Chicago, Illinois Nov 2010.
160387 (MSN 243) to AMARC as 1K0097 Jun 12, 1996
160388 (VF-41) crashed into sea Apr 1, 1980 while on approach to USS Nimitz.  Crew ejected safely
and were rescued
160389 SOC 9/5/1997.
160390 (VF-41) shot down Libyan Su 22 Aug 19, 1981 over Gulf of Sidra
crewed by Lawrence Muczynski and James Anderson.
Crashed into water 10-25-94 during landing on USS Abraham 
Lincoln (CVN-72, VF-213) due to engine flameout.  Pilot Lt Kara 
Hultgreen ejected but was killed.  WSO ejected and survived.
160391 SOC Nov 29, 1999.  Plane is now at Texas Air Museum, Caprock
Chapter, Slaton, TX.
160392 (VF-41) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 10/3/1977 after ramp strike
while landing on USS Nimitz.  Both crew ejected safely
160393 (MSN 249) to AMARC as 1K0089 Apr 15, 1996
160394 (VF-41) crashed May 22, 1995 in Mediterranean after takeoff
from USS Theodore Roosevelt.  Crew safely recovered. 
160395 delivered to Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum May 18, 1995.
160396 (MSN 252) to AMARC as 1K0118 Nov 16, 1998
160397 SOC and used as maintenance trainer at NAS Pensacola.
Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
Pensacola in June 2004
160399 (MSN 255) to AMARC as 1K0096 Jun 11, 1996
160400 (VF-101) collided with 161420 during air combat training
8/30/1983 and crashed into sea off Virginia capes.  OF crews of both colliding
aircraft, two were killed and two rescued.
160401 on display at Fleet Air Control and Surveillance Facility VACAPES, Virginia Beach, VA
160402 (MSN 258) to AMARC as 1K0086 Jan 10, 1996
160403 shot down Libyan Su-22 Aug 19, 1981 over Gulf of Sidra,
crewed by Henry Kleeman and David Venlet.  Now with
Confederate Air Force museum, Midland, TX.  Plane painted as 160403 at Ronald Reagan Library is actually 162592
160404 (MSN 260) to AMARC as 1K0090 Apr 19, 1996
160405 (MSN 261) to AMARC as 1K0105 Jul 25, 1997
160406 (MSN 262) to AMARC as 1K0115 Nov 21, 1997
160407 (VF-32) crashed into Atlantic Ocean near the Virgin Islands
Aug 8, 1998.  Crew ejected safely.  The number of this
crashed plane also quoted as 161427.
160408 (NAWC) crashed at NAS Fallon 7/6/1998.  Both crewmembers
ejected safely.
160409 (VF-143) crashed 9/12/1988 off coast of North Carolina.
Both crewmembers killed.
160410 (MSN 266) to AMARC as 1K0077 Apr 26, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160411 delivered to Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Glenville NY, Nov 25, 1997.
160412 (VF-101) crashed into sea Mar 21, 1978 off USS Kitty Hawk.  The date may not be correct, anyone
have more info?
160413 (MSN 269) to AMARC as 1K0094 May 28, 1996
160414 (VF-14) crashed March 23, 1995 off coast of Virginia.  Both
crewmembers ejected safely.
160652 ... 160696
Grumman F-14A-100-GR Tomcat
160652 SOC 2/2/1994.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
160653 (VF-124) crashed into sea 6/15/1978 while flying from USS
Constellation.
160654 SOC 3/31/1995.
160655 (MSN 274) to AMARC as 1K0104 May 27, 1997
160656 (VF-111) crashed 3/31/1985 after suffereing a hydraulic failure while
returning to USS Carl Vinson.  Crew ejected safely.
160657 SOC 12/23/1994.
160658 to NF-14 testbed.  On display at NAES Lakehurst, NJ.
160659 (VF-124) crashed into sea 9/13/1978 during night catapult launch.
Crew ejected safely.
160660 (VF-51) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 7/16/1992 when arrester cable
broke on landing aboard USS Ranger.
160661 SOC 10/1/1994.  It is now on display at Aviation Challange Museum, Huntsville, AL.
160662 (VF-51) crashed 4/9/1983 during night landing on USS Carl Vinson.  Both crew killed.
160663 SOC 9/2/1986.
160664 SOC 1/31/1997.
160665 SOC 9/17/1997l 
160666 to Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, CA in 1999.
160667 SOC Nov 19, 1999.
160668 (MSN 287) to AMARC as 1K0075 Mar 16, 1995
160669 SOC Jan 15, 2002
160670 slid off deck elevator on USS Kitty Hawk 11/4/1980.
160671 (MSN 290) SOC 9/5/1997.  Later with Yanks Air Museum, CA.  Was at Yanks, but was repossessed by the Feds.
To AMARC as 1K0202 Mar 27, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  
160672 (VF-111) crashed 9/9/1979 near Cubi Point
160673 (MSN 292) to AMARC as 1K0108 Sep 17, 1997
160674 (VF-111) crashed 6/27/1981 during pre-delivery flight from Calverton, NY.
160675 (fransferred from VF-51 to VF-124) crashed on hanger at Gillespie Field, Santee, CA Sep 12, 1988.  5 people
on ground killed.  Crew ejected but RIO was killed when he struck some power lines after ejection.  
160676 SOC 1/27/1997.
160677 (VF-51) written off 9/7/1981 aboard USS Kitty Hawk after struck by landing
A-7E 156844.
160678 SOC 2/25/2000.
160679 (MSN 298) to AMARC as 1K0099 Dec 3, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160680 (MSN 299) to AMARC as 1K0074 Mar 13, 1995.  SOC 6/7/1999.
160681 (MSN 300) SOC Feb 29, 2000.
160682 (MSN 301) to AMARC as 1K0095 May 30, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160683 SOC 9/20/1990l
160684 to AMARC as 1K0069 Sep 26, 1994. On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
since May 19, 1998.
160685 (VF-51) crashed into Pacific Ocean off Califormia Mar 26, 1986 during ACT
traini ng.  Crew ejected.
160686 SOC 10/31/1997.  To AMARC as 1K0201 Mar 19, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Reported to
be at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
160687 (MSN 306) to AMARC as 1K0113 Oct 9, 1997
160688 SOC 9/14/1994.
160689 SOC 9/5/1997.
160690 SOC 5/31/1996.
160691 SOC 5/30/1995.
160692 SOC 9/10/1997.
160693 to maintenance trainer at NAS Pensacola, FL.
Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
Pensacola in June 2004
160694 on exhibit at USS Lexington Museum On The Bay, Corpus Christi, TX.
160695 SOC 1/31/1996.
160696 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 10/31/1998.
160887 ... 160930
Grumman F-14A-105-GR Tomcat
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
160887 (VF-1) crashed at NAS Fallon, Nevada Jan 22, 1992.  Both crew killed.
160888 SOC 12/16/1988
160889 was on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.  In Jan 2007
cockpit was at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY
160890 SOC 10/12/1979
160891 crashed Jul 6, 1998 during air combat maneuvering training on mission from NAS Fallon, NV.  Both 
crew ejected safely.
160892 (MSN 321) to AMARC as 1K0078 Apr 26, 1995
160893 (MSN 322) to AMARC as 1K0114 Nov 14, 1997
160894 to AMARC as 1K0203 Mar 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160895 (VF-114) crashed into Arabian Sea Aug 29, 1981 after experiencing control difficulties off USS America.
Crew ejected.
160896 SOC 10/31/1998.
160897 (MSN 326) to AMARC as 1K0091 Apr 23, 1996
160898 at Palm Springs Air Museum, CA.
160899 (MSN 328) SOC 3/14/1995.  Nose noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA
160900 (MSN 329) to AMARC as 1K0110 Oct 1, 1997
160901 (MSN 330) to AMARC as 1K0088 Mar 19, 1996
160902 on display at Grumman Memorial Park and Aerospace Museum, Calverton, NY.
160903 on exhibit at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
160904 (MSN 333) to AMARC as 1K0083 Aug 31, 1995
160905 SOC 2/29/1996.  Scrapped Sep 2008
160906 SOC 1/31/1996.
160907 (VF-14) crashed into Mediterranean 9/20/1982 after loss of control while flying off USS Independence.
Crew rescued.
160908 (MSN 337) to AMARC as 1K0116 Dec 18, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160909 was on static display at NAS Atlanta, GA.  In 2012 was at the new Marietta Museum, Dobbins ARB, Georgia.
160910 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 2/19/1998.
160911 (MSN 340) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0106 Aug 27, 1997. SOC 6/7/1999.
160912 SOC 6/30/1994.
160913 SOC 8/31/2000.
160914 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Aug 19, 1999.  To Minnesota Guard Museum
in Minneapolis, MN.  Now on display at Willmar MAP, Minnesota.
160915 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 9/5/1997.
160916 crashed 3/3/1980 near NAS Miramar.
160918 SOC 3/22/1995.
160919 SOC 11/13/1998.
160920 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Feb 8, 1999.
160921 SOC 5/1/1990.
160922 SOC 3/14/1995
160923 SOC 9/30/1995.
160924 SOC 4/9/1992.
160925 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 1/31/1999.  Put on display at Rickenbacker ANGB.  In 2012 was on display at
Eisenhower Park, WaKeeney, Kansas
160926 was TARPS-capable.  Is now a DFCS ground test platform at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
160927 (MSN 356) to AMARC as 1K0085 Sep 8, 1995
160928 (MSN 357) SOC 8/21/1998.  To AMARC as 1K0204 Apr 2, 2007.  Was with Yanks Air Museum, CA, but
was repossessed by the Feds.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  
160929 (MSN 358) to AMARC as 1K0082 Aug 23, 1995.  SOC Sept 14, 2000.
160930 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 1/14/1997.
161133 ... 161168
Grumman F-14A-110-GR Tomcat 
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
161133 SOC 9/5/1997.
161134 was TARPS-capable.  Now on exhibit at Valiant Air Command, Titusville, FL.
161135 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 9/5/1997.
161136 (MSN 363) in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
161137 (MSN 364) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0093 May 21, 1996.
161138 (VF-84) w/o 5/26/1981 on board USS Nimitz when an EA-6B crashed
during a night recovery and struck 161138 and 160385.
161139 SOC 9/5/1997.
161140 (MSN 367) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0112 Oct 2, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161141 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Mar 8, 1999.  Noted preserved at NAS Atsugi,
Japan Oct 2002
161142 SOC 2/28/1995.
161143 (VF-101) crashed 7/29/1982 at Virginia Beach, VA shortly after 
takeoff from NAS Oceana.  Both crew killed.
161144 SOC 9/26/1988
161145 SOC 6/30/1994.
161146 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-213 crashed Sept 20, 1995 off USS Abraham 
Lincoln while west of Guam.  Both cremembers ejected safely and were recovered.
161147 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 11/5/1997.
161148 SOC 8/23/1986.
161149 (VF-31) crashed into Mediterranean off Lebanon 11/11/1983.  Crew ejected
safely and were recovered.
161150 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-32 crashed September 14, 1994 after collision 
with another Tomcat off North Carolina coast.  2 crewmemembers lost at sea.  
Other Tomcat landed safely at MCAS Cherry Point.
161151 SOC 2/28/1994.  At Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pocono, PA  
161152 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 4/30/1997.
161153 SOC 9/20/1987.
161154 (DR-13) converted to F-14D(R).  W/o after engine fire 4/13/1993.
161155 (MSN 382) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0109 Sep 30, 1997.
161156 (MSN 383) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0098 Nov 15, 1996.
161157 (VF-32) crashed after takeoff from NAS Oceana, VA 4/24/1981.
161158 (DR-3) converted to F-14D(R) and was TARPS-capable.  161158 (VF-11) 
crashed Feb 18, 1996 120 mi off California coast due to engine failure 
and subsequent explosion and subsequent disintegration of the aircraft 
while flying off USS Carl Vinson.  Both crewmembers killed.
161159 (DR-1) converted to F-14D(R) and was TARPS-capable.  With VF-213,
was aircraft used in last-ever recovery of an F-14 from a combat mission
Feb 8, 2006 aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt in northern Arabian Gulf.  
Flew from USS Theodore Roosevelt to NAS Pensacola FL Apr 13, 2006 for
entry into National Museum of Naval Aviation.  SOC the same day.
166160 SOC Mar 5, 1999.
161161 (MSN 388)  was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0103 May 20, 1997.
161162 (MSN 389) was TARPS-capable.  SOC 4/4/2000.
161163 (DR-11) modified to F-14D(R). To Prairie Avenue Museum,
Bloomington, IL.  SOC Apr 13,2006
161164 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Sep 30, 1999.
161165 crashed 9/4/1984 after inflight engine fire after takeoff from NAS Miramar, CA.
Crew ejected safely.
161166 (DR-6) converted to F-14D(R) MSN 393.  Noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas
Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  Noted 2006 in Evergreen Museum, OR.
SOC Apr 12, 2006.
161167 SOC 8/13/1986.
161168 (MSN 395) was TARPS-capable.  TO AMARC as 1K0130 Jan 29, 2002
161270 ... 161299
Grumman F-14A-115-GR Tomcat 
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
161270 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Jan 29, 1999.
161271 (MSN 397) to AMARC as AK0139 Oct 16, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161272 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 9/30/2000.  Noted dumped at Atsugi AB, Japan Oct 2004
161273 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-213 crashed into Pacific Ocean April 27, 1995 off
USS Abraham Lincoln.  Both crew members ejected safely.
161274 (MSN 400) to AMARC as 1K0157 Aug 17, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
161275 was TARPS-capable.  
161276 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Dec 16, 2003  
161277 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 2/27/1997.
161278 lost on Grumman test flight 7/6/1981.
161279 SOC Dec 29, 2003
161280 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Oct 6, 2003  
161281 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Mar 29, 1999.
161282 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-154 crashed into Pacific Ocean 500 mi W of 
Guam 5/18/1996 after suffering engine malfunction.  Both crewmembers
ejected safely.
161283 (VF-102) slid off elevator of USS America 6/20/1984 and sank.
161284 MSN 410 ) to AmARC as 1K0120 Dec 19, 2001.  SOC Sep 25, 2003
161285 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Aug 31, 1999.
161286 (VF-101) SOC 11/14/1989.
161287 (KB-5) converted to F-14A(Plus), later redesignated F-14B.  SOC May 22, 2002
161288 SOC Nov 13, 2003
161289 crashed near Yuma, AZ 2/28/1983.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
161290 SOC 2/11/1986.
161291 (MSN 417) to AMARC as 1K0142 Oct 22, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161292 SOC Dec 16, 2003
161293 SOC Dec 16, 2003
161294 SOC May 22, 2003
161295 (VF-211) collided with 158635 over Red Sea Feb 2, 2004 during
sortie from USS Enterprise. Both landed safely.  158635 only slightly damaged, but
161295 suffered serious damage including almost total loss of starboard
tailfin and was declared a writeoff.  SOC Mar 2, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005)
161296 (MSN 422) to AMARC as 1K0141 Oct 21, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161297 (MSN 423) to AMARC as 1K0161 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161298 (VF-114) crashed 5/17/1990 during training mission.  Both
crewmembers ejected safely.
161299 (VF-154) crashed into Gulf on night approach
to USS Kitty Hawk June 15, 1999 following failure of
second engine during inflight refuelling attempt.  Two 
crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
161300 ... 161305
Grumman F-14A Tomcat
Contract cancelled.
161416 ... 161445
Grumman F-14A-120-GR Tomcat 
161416 (KB-13) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC May 22, 2003
161417 (KB-8) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Mar 2001.
161418 (KB-4) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161419 (KB-9, cn 429) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  To AMARC as
1K0187 Apr 13, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
161420 with VF-101 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Virginia Capes Aug 30, 1983 after
colliding twith F-14 161420, which also crashed.  Of both crews, two died and
two rescued.
161421 (KB-17) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161422 (KB-18, MSN 432) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Jan 18, 2005.  On
display at NAS Wildwood, NJ museum 2006.  
161423 SOC 8/8/1983.
161424 (KB-1, MSN 434) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
To AMARC as 1K0189 Jun 29, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161425 (KB-19) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  Crashed 10/2/1997
with VF-101 due to control failure.  Crew ejected but pilot died when his
ejection seat failed.  RIO was recovered safely.
161426 (KB-2, MSN 436) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated 
F-14B.  SOC Jun 9, 2005.  On display 2007 at NAS Deland, FL.
161427 (KB-12) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161427 (VF-32) crashed into Atlantic Ocean during routine training
mission Aug 8, 1998.  Both crew ejected safely.  March 2005 issue of
Air Forces Monthly quotes this as being aircraft of VF-103 which collided
with 162913 and crashed into Mediterranean off Turkey Jul 30, 1998.
161428 (KB-6, MSN 438) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Sep 29, 2005
161429 (KB-3) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  Crashed off the
Virginia capes with VF-101 Jul 9, 2002.  Both crewmen ejected safely.
161430 (KB-22) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161430 (VF-103) shot down by SA-2 Jan 21, 1991 near Al Asad air base, Iraq, Desert 
Storm.  Crew ejected safely, one rescued, one POW.
161431 (VF-142) collided with 161439 (VF-143) Mar 17, 1983 and crashed into
Caribbean 100 mi N of Puerto Rico while operating off USS Eisenhower.
Two crew members from VF142 aircaft killed.
161432 (KB-24) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161433 (KB-7, MSN 443) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Mar 11, 2005
161434 (KB-25) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161435 (KB-26, MSN 445) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
To AMARC as 1K0173 Jan 26, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
161436 (VF-142) crashed into sea off Puerto Rico Mar 17, 1983 after total hydraulic failure.  Operating
off USS Eisenhower.  161431 and 161439 also lost on same day.
161437 (KB-15, MSN 447) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
To AMARC as 1K0179 Apr 5, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
161438 (KB-27, MSN 448) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  To AMARC as
1K0181 Apr 5, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161439 (VF-143) collided with 161431 (VF-142) Mar 17, 1983 and crashed into Caribbean
100 mi N of Puerto Rico while operating off USS Eisenhower.  Two crew members from VF142 aircraft killed.
161440 (KB-10, MSN 450) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
To AMARC as 1K0149 Jun 18, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
161441 (KB-16, MSN 451) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  
To AMARC as 1K0177 Mar 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
161442 (KB-14, MSN 452) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
To AMARC as 1K0169 Jan 12, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
161443 SOC 1/13/1992.
161444 (KB-11) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  Crashed near NAS
Oceana during training flight 4/18/1996.  Crew ejected safely.
161597 ... 161626
Grumman F-14A-125-GR Tomcat 
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
161597 (VF-213) crashed after midair collision with 159832 6/29/1991.
161598 on exhibit at Tulsa Air and Space Center, OK.
161599 (KB-20, MSN 458) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0101 Apr 22, 1997.
Returned to service with VF-32 Nov 3, 1997.  SOC May 16, 2002
161600 SOC Feb 16, 1999.
161601 (KB-20) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
With VF-103 crashed 9/13/1993 off Cape Hatteras, NC.  Crew
members ejected safely and were rescued by fishing boats.
161602 (VF-51) crashed off San Clemente while doing FCLPs in Jul 1989.  SOC 7/25/1989.
161603 (MSN 462) to AMARC as 1K10158 Aug 17, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
161604 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-84, crashed into Currituck Sound, 
NC Nov 18, 1993 after crew received fire warning.  Crew of 2 ejected safely and were recovered.
161605 (MSN 464) was TARPS-capable.  Was with National Warplane Museum.  Noted Sep 2006
at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
161606 (VF-21) crashed off Japan 4/29/1993 following engine fire.  Crew ejected safely.
161607 (MSN 466) to AMARC as 1K0125 Jan 16, 2002. SOC Nov 13, 2003. 
161608 (KB-23, MSN 467) converted to F-14A(Plus), later redesignated F-14B.  
To AMARC as 1K0145 Jun 3, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161609 (MSN 468) to AMARC as 1K0146  Jun 15, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161610 (KB-30) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Jan 29, 2003
161611 was TARPS-capable.  To maintenance trainer at NAS Pensacola, FL.  Seen June 2005
on display at USS Alabama Memorial, Mobile, AL.
161612 (MSN 471) to AMARC as 1K0159 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161613 (VF-21) struck the deck of USS Constellation Mar 12, 1986.  Crew ejected.
161614 SOC 3/20/1987.
161615 (MSN 474) Assignments:
December 1983		Fighter Squadron VF-124 Gunfighters
January 1984		Fighter Squadron VF-21 Freelancers
June 1988		Fighter Squadron VF-111 Sundowners
January 1990		Fighter Squadron VF-211 Checkmates
June 1998		Fighter Squadron VF-41 Black Aces
November 2001		Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (Top Gun), Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada
Flew from NAS Fallon, NV to Forbes Field, KS Oct 24, 2003 and put on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  
161616 SOC Jun 2, 1999.
161617 (MSN 476) SOC Sep 29, 2003 and scrapped at NAS Oceana, VA Oct 2003
161618 (VF-154) crashed Aug 31, 1997.
161619 (MSN 478) to AMARC as 1K0122 Dec 20, 2001.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
161620 was TARPS-capable. SOC Mar 15, 1999.  Seen at Selfridge Military Air
Museum, Mount Clemens, MI Oct 2006.
161621 (MSN 480) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0126 Jan 18, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161622 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Dec 17, 2003
161623 used as F-14D testbed and later redesignated NF-14D.  Now on display
at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD.
161624 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Aug 31, 1999.
161625 (VF-111) SOC Aug 2, 1989.
161626 (MSN 485) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0129 Jan 25, 2002, returned
to service wifth VF-101.  Back to AMARC as 1K0160 Sep 13, 2004.
SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161790 ... 161849
Beech T-34C Mentor
161790/161849 are MSN GL-185/GL-244.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
161790 to AMARC Dec 5, 2011
161791 to AMARC Jan 19, 2012.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
161792 to AMARC Jan 17, 2012.  SOC Mar 5, 2012
161794 to AMARC Jul 22, 2014
161795 to AMARC Nov 26, 2013
161796 to AMARC Sep 18, 2012
161798 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012
161799 to AMARC Nov 26, 2012
161800 to AMARC Sep 18, 2012
161801 to AMARC Dec 7, 2011.  SOC Feb 3, 2012
161802 to AMARC Dec 7, 2011.  SOC Feb 6, 2012
161803 to AMARC Aug 20 2013
161804 to AMARC Apr 24, 2013
161806 to AMARC Oct 24, 2012
161807 to AMARC Mar 1, 2012.  SOC Apr 30, 2012
161808 to AMARC May 7 2014
161809 to AMARC Jun 11, 2014
161811 to AMARC Dec 9, 2011.  SOC Feb 9, 2012
161812 (MSN GL-207) (TW-4) Crashed near NAS Corpus Christi, Texas on January 14, 1992 after colliding with an F-14A
whose landing gear it was checking (Two crew killed).  The F-14A landed safely.
161814 to AMARC as 4T0233 Jul 14, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
161815 (MSN GL-210) to AMARC Sep 23, 2014
161816 (MSN GL-211) to AMARC Sep 18, 2012
161817 to AMARC Dec 5, 2011.  SOC Feb 24, 2012
161818 (MSN GL-213) to AMARC Sep 18, 2013
161819 to AMARC Apr 26, 2012
161820 to AMARC Dec 15, 2011.  SOC Feb 9, 2012
161821 to AMARC Aug 22, 2012
161822 (MSN GL-217)
161824 to AMARC Dec 15, 2011.  SOC Feb 13, 2012
161827 (MSN GL-222) to AMARC Jan 22, 2014.
161828 to AMARC Jan 17, 2012.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
161829 to AMARC Aug 13, 2012.  SOC Sep 13, 2012
161830 to AMARC Jul 16, 2014
161831 to AMARC Jul 24, 2014
161832 (MSN GL-227)
161835 (VT-28) crashed in Gulf of Mexico off Corpus Christi, Texas Aug 24, 2011.  Crew bailed out.
161837 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012
161838 to AMARC Mar 21, 2012.  SOC May 21, 2012
161839 to AMARC Feb 8, 2012
161841 (MSN GL-236) to AMARC Aug 2015.
161842 in 2012 was at Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
161843 to AMARC as 4T0212 Nov 29, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
161844 to AMARC as 4T0211 Sep 15, 1994.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998.
(VFA-125) crashed near El Centro May 21, 2001.  2 crew killed.
161846 (MSN GL-241)
161850 ... 161879
Grumman F-14A-130-GR Tomcat 
161850 SOC Sep 30, 1999.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
161851 (KB-28, MSN 487) converted to F-14A+ and later redesignated F-14B.  
To AMARC as 1K0102 Apr 22, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
161852 SOC 9/15/1997.
161853 SOC Mar 16, 1999.
161854 lost 6/18/1988.
161855 (KM-6) converted to F-14A+ and later redesignated F-14B.
161856 (MSN 492) to AMARC as 1K0123 Dec 27, 2001
161857 SOC 8/4/1999.
161858 (KM-1, MSN 494) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0147 Jun 17, 2004.
SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161859 (KM-8) converted to F-14B.  SOC Oct 12, 2005
161860 (KM-4) converted to F-14B.  SOC Oct 5, 2005.  At Aviation
Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, KY Sep 2006
161861 (VF-33) crashed 30 mi E of Oregon Inlet, Capt Hatteras, NC 12/15/1992.
Crew survived.
161862 (KM-2, MSN 498) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0182 Apr 11, 2005.
SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161863 (MSN 499) SOC Dec 16, 2003.  Reported Oct 2006 to be at Jacksonville NAS
Heritage Park, FL
161864 SOC 9/22/1998.
161865 to NF-14D testbed.  SOC 5/31/1996.
161866 (MSN 502) to AMARC as 1K0143 Oct 23, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161867 modified as F-14D testbed, later redesignated NF-14D.
SOC 1/31/1997.
161868 SOC 8/4/1999.
161869 SOC Jan 15, 2002
161870 (KB-31, MSN 506) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0165 Dec 9, 2004.
SOC Apr 20, 2005
161871 (KB-29) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
Crashed Oct 21, 1999 during launch from USS Eisenhower 
while operating off Puerto Rico.  Both crew rescued.
161872 SOC 8/12/1987.
161873 (KB-32) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
161874/161879 were cancelled.
162588 ... 162611
Grumman F-14A-135-GR Tomcat
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
162588 SOC 9/22/1997.
162590 SOC 1/25/1993.
162591 retired by Navy and delivered Jan 25, 2001 to Rhode Island Aviation Heritage
Association Air Museum, North Kingstown, RI.
162592 SOC Oct 17, 2003.  Put on display painted as 160403 at Ronald Reagan Library, Simi Valley, CA 
162593 SOC 8/17/1987.
162594 (VF-101, MSN 516) crashed near Key West, FL Oct 3, 2002.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
Cause of crash was compresslr stall in one engine.  Starboard fun and rudder
discovered washed up in beach in West Cork, Ireland May 5, 2006.
162595 modified as F-14D testbed.  On exhibit at NAWC AD, NAS Patuxent River, MD.
162596 SOC 9/22/1988.
162597 SOC Feb 18, 1999.
162598 (VF-211) suffered unspecified damage during AAR sortie over Texas September 
1997. Crew were able to recover aircraft safely to NAS Fort Worth JRB, but 
aircraft not repaired and subsequently used for BDRT at that base.
162599 (VF-213) crashed Jan 29, 1996 in suburban area near Nashville, TN
when pilot failed to recover from a steep dive following vertigo.
Both crewmembers plus three on ground were killed.
162600 SOC Mar 8, 2002
162601 (MSN 523) to AMARC as 1K0127 Jan 23, 2002.
162602 (VF-51) crashed July 11, 1994 during night landing aboard
USS Kitty Hawk.  Struck ramp and esploded, the fireball
rolling down the flight deck as  the plane broke apart.  The
crew ejected, the RIO landed on the forward part of the ship
and was only slightly injured.  Pilot descended into buring
fuel and was successfully rescued.
162603 (VF-1) crewed by Lt. Stuart Broce and Cmdr Ron 
McElraft shot down Iraqi Mi-8 helicopter by
AIM-9 Feb 6, 1991, Desert Storm.  This plane
crashed Jun 23, 2000 (VF-211) during catapult
takeoff from USSS John C. Stennis 1400 mi SW of
Hawaii.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
162604 (MSN 526)  to AMARC as 1K0132 Feb 7, 2002, returned to service
Jan 21, 2003 with VF-101  Back to AMARC as 1K0140 Oct 20, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162605 SOC 8/17/1987.
162606 SOC Aug 1, 2002
162607 (MSN 529) SOC Mar 17, 1999.  Front fuselage noted in compound behind
restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
162608 SOC Oct 17, 2003. Preserved at Simi Valley, CA.  In 2014 was seen in fenced-off area at Birmingham IAP, AL
162609 SOC 7/17/1988.
162610 (MSN 532) to AMARC as 1K0163 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162611 (MSN 533) to AMARC as 1K0128 Jan 23, 2002
162688 ... 162717
Grumman F-14A-140-GR Tomcat
162712/162717 were cancelled.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
162688 SOC Sep 8, 2003 and scrapped at Fallon
162689 (MSN 535) at USS Hornet Museum, San Francisco Bay, CA.   Was preserved at San Francisco IAP, CA
before going to USS Hornet.
162690 (VF-32) SOC 10/6/1989.
162691 (KM-3, MSN 537) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0193 Sep 21, 2005.
SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162692 (KM-5, MSN 538) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0171 Jan 19, 2005.
SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162693 (KM-15) converted to F-14B.
162694 (KM-14) converted to F-14B.  SOC Oct 4, 2005. Now at MAPS Air 
Museum, Akron-Canton, OH.
162695 (KM-13, MSN 541) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0171 Jan 19, 2005.
SOC Jul 27, 2005
162697 (MSN 543) SOC Oct 6, 2003 and scrapped at NAS Oceana, VA Oct 2003
162698 (MSN 544) to AMARC as 1K0124 Dec 27, 2001.
162699 (KM-9, MSN 545) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0151 Jun 23, 2004.
SOC Apr 20, 2005
162700 (KM-7, MSN 546) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0183 Apr 11, 2005.
SOC Jul 27, 2005
162701 (KM-11, MSN 547) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0176 Mar 17, 2005.
SOC Jul 27, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162702 (VF-41) crashed June 5, 1990.  
162703 (KM-12, MSN 549) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0192 Aug 3, 2005.
SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162704 SOC Apr 15, 1999.
162705 (KM-10, MSN 551) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0168 Jan 5, 2005.
SOC Jul 27, 2005
162706 (VF-104) crashed off Key West, FL 4/18/1989.  Crewmembers
ejected safely.
162707 crashed 1/28/1993.
162708 (VF-201) entered spin while maneuvering against A-4M
adversary and crashed 12/23/1993.  RIO did not eject and
was killed.
162709 SOC 9/15/1997
162710 SOC ??.  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation
162711 SOC 9/15/1997.
162910 ... 162927
Grumman F-14B-145-GR Tomcat
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
162910 at NAS Key West, FL
162911 (MSN 559) to Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, CA Dec 11, 2004
on loan from NMNA.
162912 SOC Apr 20, 2005.  To Heritage Museum at Grissom AFB, Peru, IN.
162913 (VF-103) collided with F-14 161427 over Mediterranean Jul 30, 1998.
Recovered safely on USS Dwight D. Eisenhower but was subsequently w/o.
161427 crashed.
162914 (VF-103) collided with F/A-18 2/12/1994 over Mediterranean.
Engines flamed out during emergency landing attempt at
Brindisi, Italy and both crewmembers ejected safely.
162915 SOC Sep 29, 2005
162916 SOC Sep 290, 2005.  Was on display at US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, but
seen at East Berlin, PA VFW post in 2006.
162917 (VF-102) crashed May 21, 1998 after takeoff from MCAS
Cherry Point, NC.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
162918 (MSN 566) to AMARC as 1K0167 Jan 5, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005.  In 2013 was at VFW post at East Berlin, Pennsylvania.
162919 (MSN 567) to AMARC as 1K0185 Apr 13, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
162920 (MSN 568) SOC Oct 7, 2005
162921 (MSN 569) to AMARC as 1K0166 Dec 22, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
162922 (MSN 570) to AMARC as 1K0180 Oct 22, 2004.  SOC  Apr 20, 2005
162923 (VF-143) crashed during attempted launch in Mediterranean S of Crete 
from USS John F. Kennedy Mar 2, 2002 after nose gear disintegrated.  Both 
crew ejected, but pilot was out of envelope and was killed.
162925 (MSN 573) to AMARC as 1K0180 Apr 5, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
162926 (MSN 574) SOC Mar 16, 2005.  To Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT Mar 2005.  Noted
May 2006 on display at Connecticut Historical Aviation Collection (New
England Air Museum), Windsor Locks, CT
162927 (MSN 575) SOC Jan 20, 2005
162928 ... 162933
Grumman F-14B Tomcat
contract cancelled
163215 ... 163229
Grumman F-14B-150-GR Tomcat
MSN 576/590
163216 (VF-101) damaged 8/4/1999 when hit ramp of USS George Washington
during night carrier qualification.  SOC Sep 29, 2005
163217 (MSN 578) to AMARC as 1K0174 Jan 26, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
163218 (MSN 579) to AMARC as 1K0170 Jan 19, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
163219 (VF-102) lost during operations from USS John F. Kennedy 3/17/2000.
Both crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
163220 (MSN 581) to AMARC as 1K0175 Mar 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
163223 converted to NF-14B.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
163224 (MSN 585) to AMARC as 1K0190 Aug 3, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163226 (MSN 587) to AMARC as 1K0152 Jun 28, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163227 (MSN 588) to AMARC as 1K0188 Apr 20 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  
163228 (VF-11) crashed into Saudi Arabian desert during training 
exercise Jul 26, 2000.  Both crew ejected safely.
163229 (MSN 590 to AMARC as 1K0172 Jan 19, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005  
163230 ... 163232
Grumman F-14D Tomcat
contract cancelled
163407 ... 163411
Grumman F-14B-155-GR Tomcat 
163407 (MSN 591) to AMARC as 1K0178 Mar 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
163408 (MSN 592) SOC Feb 28, 2005
163409 (MSN 593) to AMARC as 1K0184 Apr 11, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163410 (MSN 594) SOC Sep 29, 2005
163411 (MSN 595) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 20 mi off Nags Head, North Carolia Mar 15, 1993.  2 crew killed.
163412 ... 163418
Grumman F-14D-160-GR Tomcat
163412 (NF-14D) to AMARC as 1K0133 Apr 9, 2002.  SOC May 31, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163413 SOC Jul 19, 2005
163414 with VF-101 at NAS Oceana.  SOC Mar 21, 2005
163415 (MSN 599) converted to NF-14D.  To AMARC as 1K0153 Jun 29, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163416 (MSN 600) converted to NF-14D.  To AMARC as 1K0154 Jun 26, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163417 (MSN 601) to AMARC as 1K0194 Mar 22, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162418 (MSN 602) to AMARC Jun 12, 2003 as 1K0136.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163475 ... 163478
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
163475 (VFA-106) flew into water Jun 10, 1990 while flying from
USS Enterprise. Pilot killed.
163476 with VX-23 at NATC Patuxent River, Maryland
163477 (VFA-81) in midair collision with F-14 after launch
from USS Saratoga (CV-60) Feb 12, 1994.  The F-14 crashed
prior to landing and both crew ejected.  163477 landed with
a portion of the wing missing.  Was rebuilt.
163893 ... 163904
Grumman F-14D-165-GR Tomcat
163893 to Arnold AFB, TN.  On display at main gate of Arnold AFB,
Tullahoma, TN in 2007.  SOC Apr 4, 2006
163895 SOC Apr 27, 2005
163896 SOC Apr 25, 2005
163897 to Aerospace Museum of California, Sacramento, CA Apr 1, 2006.
SOC the same day
163898 SOC Jan 11, 2005
163899 SOC Oct 29, 2003
163900 SOC Sep 22, 2005
163901 (VF-213) crashed 60 mi E of Puerto Rico 2 mi short of USS Theodore Roosevelt Jan 26, 2003.
Both crew ejected safely and were recovered.
163902 SOC Spe 26, 2006.  To be displayed at Hickory, NC airport.
163903 SOC Sep 21, 2005
163904 SOC Sep 28, 2006.  To Pacific Aviation Museum, Ford Island, Hawaii
164044 ... 164045
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164044 (VFA-22) crashed into water after niight catapult
launch from USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Jan 28, 1995.
Pilot killed.
164045 (VMFA-314) damaged after F-14 ramp strike during carrrier
landing on USS Abraham Lincoln Jul 20, 1993.  Repared.
164050 ... 164050
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164050 (VFA-22) suffered Class A collateral damage when an F-14
hit the ramp Jul 20, 1993 during night landing aboard USS
Abraham Lincoln.  Repaired.
164340 ... 164351
Grumman F-14D-170-GR Tomcat
164340 MSN 615/D-20 (VF-31) crashed after midair collision with 159635 south
of San Diego, CA 1/13/1995.  Both crews ejected safely and
were rescued.
164341 MSN 616/D-21 (VF-213) during familiarizaton flight from NAS Fallon, NV Nov 6, 2002, backseater
accidently fired his ejection seat.  He landed safely without injury.  The aircraft
was damaged, but returned successfully to NAS Fallon.  Made last operational catapult launch of F-14 in
US Navy servicce from USS Theodore Roosevelt in Western Atlantic Jul 28, 2006.  To AMARC as
1K0200 Sep 20, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
164342 (MSN 617/D-22) SOC Sep 28, 2006.  To Wings over Miami Museum, Miami, FL
164343 (MSN 618/D-23) SOC Sep 18, 2006.  To Evergreen Air Museum, McMinnville, OR
164344 (MSN 619/D24) (VF-31) crashed into Pacific Ocean off California Mar 29, 2004.
Both crew ejected safely.
164345 (MSN 620/D-25) to AMARC as AK0199 Sep 15, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
164346 (MSN 621/D-26) SOC Sep 18, 2006.  At Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond, VA
164347 (MSN 622/D-27) to AMARC as 1K0196 Mar 28, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
164348 (MSN 623/D-28) to AMARC as 1K0197 Mar 28, 2006.  Was with VF-213.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC 
inventory Jul 1, 2008
164349 (MSN 624/D-29) to AMARC as 1K0198 Apr 4, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
164350 (MSN 625/D-30) SOC Sep 28, 2006.  To Palmdale Heritage Airpark, Palmdale, CA in 2006.  Supposedly
going to Lone Star Flight Museum.
164351 (MSN 626/D-31) (VF-2) missing over Bay of Bengal Aug 9, 2001 during night sortie
from USS Constellation.  Crew presumed killed.
164599 ... 164604
Grumman F-14D-170-GR Tomcat
164599 (MSN 627) to AMARC as 1K0150 Jun 23, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
164600 SOC Jun 16, 2003
164601 SOC Sep 20, 2005.  In 2005 was in Castle Air Museum in restoration hangar being prepared
for display in the museum.  Date of delivery to museum was Sep 20, 2005.  On
display there Jun 2006
164602 (MSN 630) to AMARC as 1K0195 Mar 28, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
164603 flown in to Republic AP, East Farmingdale, NY Oct 4, 2006.  SOC the
same day.  Owned by National Museum of Naval Aviation but 
on loan to Grumman Retirees Club and to be displayed at Bethpage.
164604 in service January 2004 with VX-9 Detachment at NBVC 
Point Mugu, CA in all-black colour scheme. Aircraft has served with VX-9 from 
new, has never landed on a carrier nor fired its gun.  Departed Point
Mugu Jun 26, 2004 for preservation as NAS Oceana, VA.  Now at
at NAS Norfolk stipped of black paint and Playboy logo.  It
now carries VF143 logos and is on static display at NAS Oceana.
165509 ... 165525
Rockwell International T-39N Sabreliner
North American NA-265-40 Sabreliner 40.  c/r N301NT/N317NT.  These were built by North American Aviation
before it became Rockwell.
165509 MSN 282-9, c/r N301NT.  Previously N6363C, a test registration.  To N620M, N620K, N327JB, N329SS.
Registred N301NT Mar 27, 1990, cancelled Mar 4, 2002.   Withdrawn from service Dec 31, 2013 and used 
as training aid at Naval Air Technical Training Center at NAS Pensacola.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-01.
165510 MSN 282-81, c/r N302NT.  Previously N2250B, a test registration.  To N36065, N99CR, N416CS, N1GY.
Registered N302NT Sep 24, 1990, cancelled Mar 4, 2002.  With VT-86, code F-02 at NAS PNCL.
To AMARC Sep 24, 2013
165511 MSN 282-29, c/r N303NT.  Previously N6383C [test registration]; N910E; N170JL; N170AL; N170DD
Registered as N303NT Mar 29, 1990, cancelled Mar 4, 2002.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-03.   
A report says that this one has been written off, but it was seen alive and well at Lakeland, FL 
airport Feb 6, 2005.  To AMARC May 22, 2013.
165512 MSN 282-2, c/r N304NT.  Previously N4070K; N577R; N577PM; N100WF; N108W; N108U; N57GS; N67WW; N16TA
Registered as N304NT Jul 9, 1990, cancelled Mar 4, 2002
Was operated by VT-86, code F-04. To AMARC May 23, 2014
166513 MSN 282-66, c/r N305NT. Previously N2233B [test registration]; N355MJ; N4943A; N737R; N40NR; N40HC; N48TC; N54CF; N98CF
Registered as N305NT Sep 4, 1990, cancelled Mar 4, 2002.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-05. 
Crashed near Ellijay, GA Apr 12, 2010 with VT-86.  4 killed.  The airplane was being operated on a routine 
cross-country training mission out of NAS Pensacola, FL, Apr 12, 2010 It crashed in dense woods 5 miles NE 
of Morganton, Fannin County, GA, igniting a 15 acre fire
165514 MSN 282-30, c/r N306NT.  Previously N6384C [test registration]; N526N; N7090; N709Q; N801MS
Registered as N306NT Dec 3, 1990, cancelled Oct 29, 2003.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-06.  
To AMARC Aug 20, 2014
165515 MSN 282-72, c/r N307NT.  Previously N744R; N78GP; N986JB.  Registered as N307NT Dec 17, 1990, cancelled 
Mar 4, 2002.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-07.  Withdrawn from service Jan 29, 2013 for bird strike 
damage repair.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2014
165516 MSN 282-90, c/r N308NT.  Previously N928R; CF-NCG; N3831C; N155GM; N362DA.  Registered as N308NT 
Dec 14, 1990, cancelled Nov 1, 2003.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-08.   To AMARC Aug 27, 2014
165517 MSN 282-61, c/r N309NT.  Previously N550L; N550LL; N231A; XA-RGC; XA-EGC; N2568S; N33TW
Registered as N309NT Dec 20, 1990, cancelled Oct 29, 2003.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-09.  Returned 
to service from ACI Feb 28, 2013.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2014.
165518 MSN 282-77, c/r N310NT.  Previously N2244B [test registration]; N608S; N608AR; N189AR; N96CM; N27KG
Registered as N310NT Jan 14, 1991, cancelled 2Apr13, sale reported Oct 26, 2001.  Was operated by VT-86, 
code F-10.   To AMARC Feb 20, 2014
165519 MSN 282-19, c/r N311NT.  Previously N6373C [test registration]; N881M; N881MC; N881MD; N100CE; N1000E
Registered as N311NT 11Jun91, cancelled 29Oct03.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-11. To AMARC 26Jun14
165520 MSN 282-32, c/r N312NT.  Previously N100Y; N100HC; N711UC; N40SL; N40WP; N8GA; N456JP
Registered as N312NT Jun 26, 1991, cancelled Oct 29, 2003.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-12. 
SOC at NAS Penscola Sep 24, 2014.  Will go to Georgia Stone Technical Center for
vocational training.  Last T-39 aircraft to leave service.
165521 MSN 282-94, c/r N313NT.  Previously N4703N [test registration]; N16R; N216R; N6TE; N147CF; N40TA
Registered as N313NT 16Jul91, cancelled Mar 16, 2011, sale reported 26Oct01.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-13.
To AMARC Jul 30, 2013.
165522 (MSN 282-28) c/r N314NT. Previously N6382C [test registration]; N6565A; N6565K; N524AC; N524AG; N27DA; 
N197DA; N40CD; N482HC.  Registered as N314NT 29Jul91, cancelled 29Oct03.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-14.
Crashed (VT-86) after midair collision with 165525 40 mi S of Pensacola, FL May 8, 2002.  All 7 on both 
planes killed.  Two US Navy Sabreliners, 165522 and 165525, departed NAS Pensacola on a training mission 
May 8, 2002. Both aircraft collided 40 miles S of Pensacola, FL in the Gulf of Mexico.
165523 MSN 282-20, c/r N315NT.  Previously N6374C [test registration]; N265R; N3298D; N40YA
Registered as N315NT Aug 30, 1991, cancelled Oct 29, 2003.  Was operated by VT-86, F-15. To AMARC May 22, 2014
was with VT-86 at NAS PNCL.  Seen Dec 20, 2010 at Perryville, Missouri
in 100th anniversary of naval aviation paint scheme.
165524 MSN 282-60, c/r N316NT.  Previously N7510V [test registration]; N903G; N66TP; N22TP; N256MA; N256EN; N256EA; 
N555AE; N555AB; N141H.  Registered as N316NT 13Sep91, cancelled 29Oct03.   Was operated by VT-86, code F-16. 
Crashed (VT-86) Jan 10, 2006, NW Georgia.  While simulating low-level targeting run, aircraft struck 
trees and crashed on Johns Mountain, GA.  All 4 occupants killed. The Sabreliner took off from 
Chattanooga-Lovell Field, TN, for a navigation training mission and was scheduled to arrive at NAS Pensacola. 
The aircraft was found to have crashed on Johns Mountain, 10 miles S of Villanow, GA.
165525 (MSN 282-100) c/r N317NT. Previously N19HF; N82CF; XA-LEG; N71325.  Registered as N317NT Apr 2, 1990, 
cancelled Mar 19, 2013, sale reported 1Nov01.  Was operated by VT-86, code F-17.  Crashed (VT-86) after 
midair collision with 165522 40 mi S of Pensacola, FL May 8, 2002.  All 7 on both planes killed.  Two US 
Navy Sabreliners, 165522 and 165525, departed NAS Pensacola on a training mission May 8, 2002. Both 
aircraft collided 40 miles S of Pensacola, FL in the Gulf of Mexico.
77259 ... 80258
Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat
Model G-50
77259/77290 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JX968/JX999
77267 (JX976) collided with Hellcat JX989 (77280) and crashed 1 1/2 mi E of Young's Field
during practice formation flight Jun 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
77280 (JX989) collided with Hellcat JX976 (77267) and crashed 1 1/2 mi E of Young's Field
during practice formation flight Jun 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
77291/77343 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ775/JZ827
77317 (JZ801) SOC at Trincomalee sometime during 1945
77326 (JZ810) went over side of HMS Begum into sea during deck landing trainign Jul 9, 1945.
77343 (JZ827) failed to return from navex from Drem Aug 1, 1945.  Wing of aircraft later
recovered from Firth of Forth.  Pilot missing, presumed dead.
77349  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft completely demolished, jettisoned overboard.
77386 (VF-83) in landing accident at NAS Seattle,
WA 9/12/1945
77433  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft missing after test.
77424 shot down Jul 1, 1945.
77430 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NAF R&D, China Lake Feb 29, 1959.  SOC Aug 13, 1959
77460 (F6F-5N, VF(N)-91) force landed Bon Homme
Richard CV-31 Sept 7, 1945.
77492  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft missing after test.
77498 (VF-12) lost off Okinawa May 18, 1945.
77505 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NAF R&D, China Lake Dec 10, 1958.  SOC May 8, 1961
77525 (CASU-23) dove-in during tactics near
Brigantine, NJ Sept 20, 1945.  Pilot killed.
77569  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft completely demolished, jettisoned overboard.
77573 F6F-5P, converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NAF R&D, China Lake Dec 10, 1958.  SOC Oct 9, 1959
77611 (F6F-5P) ditched at sea off Suwanee CVE-27 Sept 10, 1945.
77637  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  
Undamaged.
77648  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
77655 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NOTS, China Lake Feb 28,1956.  SOC May 15, 1956
77659 dove in from 1200 feet near Milokii, Hawaii Sept 10, 1945.  Pilot killed.
77665 (VF-1) missing on patrol off Bennington
CV-20 off Honshu, Japan Sept 4, 1945.  Pilot MIA
77677 F6F-5P, converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NOTS, China Lake Jun 3, 1954.  SOC Sep 18, 1956
77680 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ890
77681 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ891
77685 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NOTS, China Lake Nov 21, 1956
77688 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To China Lake.  SOC Mun 26, 1957
77690 crashed on deck Jun 18,1945.
77695 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ892		
77696 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ893
77705 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ894
77706 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ895
77715 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ896
77716 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ897
77722 (MSN A-8867) converted to F6F-5K drone 1956 at NOTS China Lake.  Transferred to Point Mugu in 1960.
Stored after accident May 1961 when swerved off runway and struck control van.  To  Naval Air Facility 
at Andrews AFB, MD 1965; in 1996 was noted to have a robotic 'pilot' who turned his head and
'waved' at passers-by!
77725 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ898.  Noted on dump at RAF West Raynham May 1947
77726 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ899
77745 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ900
77746 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ901
77749  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Undamaged
77750 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ902
77751 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ903
77760 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ904
77761 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ905
77765 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ906
77766 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ907
77780 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ908
77781 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ909
77790 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ910
77791 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ911
77792/77826 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ912/JZ946
77801 (JZ921) presumably w/o after accident at Nutts Corner Sep 3, 1945.  During aerodrome
dummy deck landings, aircraft stalled on approach, struck runway with port wing, rolled
onto back and crashed.  Pilot injured.
77887 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To China Lake.  SOC Mar 7, 1956
77910 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To China Lake.  SOC Dec 9, 1955
77912 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To NOTS, China Lake Oct 9, 1956.  SOC May 22, 1957
77914 assigned to FASRON 104 at NAF Bermuda Sep 1946.  Returned to USA for overhaul in 1947.
77960  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  sustained
no damage, retained for Test Baker
77963 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To China Lake May 1957.  SOC Jun 14, 1957
78068 placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamage.d
78055 damaged in taxiing accident at NAS Los Alamitos, CA Nov 1, 1950.
78086  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
no damage.
78140 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To To O&R BuAer M&S, Corpus Christi, Nov 4, 1953 as F6F-5KX. To O&R BuAer FA, 
Pensacola, Dec 15, 1953 as F6F-5K.   To NOTS, China Lake, Feb 21, 1955. To NAF, China Lake, Aug 31, 1955. 
SOC Sep 6, 1955.
78158 to F6F-5P, converted to F6F-5K drone.  To O&R BUAER M&S Norfolk Nov 1958.  NAF R&D, China Lake, CA DEC 1958.
SOC Oct 27, 1959.
78181 (VF-87) in landing accident on Ticonderoga CV-14 9/5/1945 
78188 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To VU-3 Aug 1958.  To NAF R&D China Lake DEC 1958.  SOC Aug 13, 1959
78199 to NAF Inyokern by Feb 1955.
78365 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ947
78366 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ948
78375 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ949
78385 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ950
78386 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ951
78395 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ952
78405 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ953
78406 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ954
78414 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ955
78422 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ986
78425 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ956
78426 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ957
78435 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ958
78442 (VF-20) in wheels up landing and fire NAS
Edenton, NC. 9/11/1945.
78445 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ959
78446/78450 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ960/JZ964
78451 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ965.  Reported May 1947 derelict at RAF West Raynham, England.
78452/78457 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ966/JZ971
78458 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JZ972. W/o when swung to starboard on landing and overturned,
Filton, England Aug 30, 1945
78459/78466 to Royal Navy as JZ973/JZ980
78468/78471 to Royal Navy as JZ982/JZ985
78473/78480 to Royal Navy as JZ987/JZ994
78486 (VF-40) landing hook pulled out on landing on
Suwanee CVD-27 Sept 11, 1945.
78598 (F6F-5N) missing off Key West, FL Nov 27, 1950.
78645 (MSN A-9790) to civil registry as N9265A.  Now on display at Yanks Air Museum, CA.
78761 (drone) crashed after takeoff under radio control
Pt. Mugu, CA May 14, 1953.
78784 (VF-41) force landed in marsh Mission Bay, CA
Sept 10, 1945.
78890 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ995
78891 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ996.  Suffered engine trouble in circuit on arrival
at Aircraft Handling Unit, Stretton, England Aug 27, 1945.  Overshot landing, engine failed
completely, aircrast struck ridge 400 yds S of airfield and overturned.  Pilot killed.
78895/78896 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ997/JZ998
78910 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) JZ999
78911 ditched after takeoff from NAAS Kingsville, TX
Oct 12, 1953 and ditched.
78914/78915 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD103/KD104
78933 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD105
78935 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD106
78936 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD107.  Reported Mar 1952 on dump at Balado Bridge
78939 assigned to FASRON 104 at NAF Bermuda in 1947
78950 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD108
78955/78956 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD109/KD110
78968  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
78970/78971 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD111/KD112
78980 to NAF China Lake, CA Oct 1947.  Destroyed when crash landed following engine failure at NOTS Inyokern,
CA Feb 3, 1948.
78984/78986 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD113/KD115
79000 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD116
79004 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To Pacific Missile Range, Point Mugu by Mar 1950.
79005 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD117
79006/79040 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II KD118/KD152
79057 (F6F-5N) overshot landing at NAS Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba Sept 6, 1945 and went over cliff.
79063 drone wreck at San Nicholas Island, California seen Nov 2008.
79079 (VF-94) in landing accident HMS Indefagitable
Sept 2, 1945.  Jettisoned.
79139 (F6F-5N) fitted with a searchlight for trials for night ASW.
79192 on display at New England Air Museum.
79221 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD154
79225 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD155
79231 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD156
79234 to NAF China Lake by Sep 1956.
79235 (F6F-5N) to Royal Navy as Hellcat II(NF) KD157
79279 converted to F6F-5K drone.  To Pacific Missile Range, Point Mugu by Mar 1950.
79324 modified to F6F-5K drone.  Coded V1, launched from USS Boxer Aug/Sep 1952 at North Korean target.
79364 assigned to FASRON 104 at NAF Bermuda Sep 1946.  Returned to US for overhaul 1947
79368 missing off NAS Corpus Christi TX during gunnery.
79445 collided in midair with F4U-4 BuNo 96790 over lower east side of
Detroit Jun 23, 1948.  Both pilots killed.  It appears that
both pilots could have bailed out but stayed with their
planes to try and avoid damage to people and houses on the ground.
79480 collided with 72501 near Lebec, CA Dec 22, 1947.
79511/79513 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II KD158/KD160
79514/79555 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II KE118/KE159
79558 (F6F-5N) hit gunnery sleeve and ditched
Sept 1, 1945.  Pilot OK.
79576 forcelanded at BollingAFB, DC Aug 2, 1950.
79593 (MSN A-11008) converted to F6F-5K dorne.  To NAF R&D China Lake by Aug 1959.  Donated by Grumman 
to USNAM, NAS Pensacola, FL in 1969.  Noted in 1988 displayed on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, 
Charleston, NC.
79645 (VF-87) landing accident USS Ticonderoga
CF-14 Sept 2, 1945.
79669 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA 
Ames Research Center Jun 19, 1950 to Sep 9, 1960.  Registered as NACA 208.
Modified with guidance and control displays
79683 (MSN A-10828) became N7896C, then N4PP.  Now with Kalamazoo 
Aviation History Museum with civil registration NX4PP.
79863 registered in 1972 to Aerial Classics of Atlanta, GA
as N79863.  Now part of Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection in Seattle, Washington.
80003 to NAF-NOTSD Inyokern by May 1949  
80024 (VF-653) shot down by ground fire May 27, 1952.  Pilot POW
80141 (F6F-5K MSN A-11286) to US Navy Jun 1, 1945.  Converted to F6F-5N target drone Mar 1957.
SOC Sep 1961.  To Victgory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL.  To N80142 with US Marine Corps Museum, 
MCAS Quantico, VA Sep 28, 1967.  To W. C. Yarborough, Marietta, GA Jul 30, 1971 and modified
for skywriting Sep 1971.  Then to Staggerwing Service Center, tullahoma, TN Jan 17, 1972.
To thomas H. friedkin, rancho Santa FE, CA Jul 23, 1975.  Registration N100TF reserved by
Thomas H. Friedkin Oct 1, 1975.  Damaged when nosed over onlanding at Elsinore-Skylark Airport, CA
Dec 4, 1976.  registered N100TF to Cinema Air, Houston, TX Apr 12, 1978.  Damaged Apr 3, 1979 in
forced landing at San Marcos, CA  Registered N100TF to Chales F. Nichols, Baldwin Park, CA Dec 28, 1983.
Rebuilt using parts from BuNo 08831 and center section from BuNo 40467.
Registration N10CN reserved Dec 13, 1989, but registration not taken up.  Registered Dec 31, 1990 as
G-BTCC with Fighter Collection at Duxford, UK.  Displayed in USMC colors with fake
BuNo 40467 as flown by Lt Alex Vraciu of VF-6 aboard USS Intrepid (CV-11)
in mid-1944.  Refurbished 2008-2014 and still G-BTCC with the Figher Collection
80148 (F6F-5P) lost during low level photo mission over target vessels Jun 7, 1946 at 
Bikini atoll during Operation Crossroads before Able test.  Pilot rescued.
80166 (MSN A-11311) displayed statically at Fergus Falls AP, MN,
reported derelict 1962.  Became N1078Z same year and by 1982
was with the Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX
80167 became N7537U.  Reported in 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum,
Tamiani, FL
80764 ... 82177
Vought F4U-4 Corsair
80764/81758, 81779/81828 had round windscreen, 81759/81778, 81829/82177 had flat windscreen.
80770 (VF-64, USS Boxer) hit by ground fire and crashlanded Oct 16, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
80798 (VF-884, USS Kearsarge) shot down by MiG off coast near Wonsan Harbor Oct 4, 1952.  Pilot KIA
80807 (VF-63, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Hungnam Bay Apr 22, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
80822 (VF-152, USS Princeton) hit by AAA and ditched Jul 1, 1953.  Pilot injured
80824 (VF-884, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA Jun 20, 1951.  Pilot KIA
80829 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) ditched at sea due to engine failure Oct 31, 1951.
80834 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out Dec 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued
80835 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) hit by AAA and ditched near Cho-do Nov 24, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
80842 (VMA-323) crashed at Itami AFB, Honshu, Japan Apr 23, 1953.
Pilot killed.
80869 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko) in emergency landing on Paengynong-do after being hit by AAA Mar 29, 1952.
80877 (VF-114, USS Philippine Sea) ditched Jul 5, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
80883 (VF-63, USS Boxer) hit by rocket blast, ditched in Inchon Harbor Jul 16, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
80885 (VF-64, USS Boxer) ditched in Wonsan harbor afer engine failure Jun 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
80894 ditched off Atlantic City, NJ Jul 6, 1950.
80897 spun in on landing at NAS Corry Field, Pensacola, FL Jul 18, 1950.
80910 (VF-193, USS Princeton) crashed into water after bad takeoff Sep 17, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
80947 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) crashed into water after bad catapult shot Jun 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA
80966 (VF-884, USS Kearsarge) ditched after engine failure Dec 27, 1952.  Pilot rescued
80976 (VF-24, USS Valley Forge) in catapult launch accident Feb 7, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
80977 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) crashed due to engine failure in Sea of Japan Sep 4, 1951.  Pilot injured.
80989 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA Jun 9, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
81002 (VF-74, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AAA Jun 25, 1952.  Rescued by helicopter, but helicopter
was shot down.
81008 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko) in bad takeoff Jul 24, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
81027 VMF-323, USS Sicily) in bad carrier landing Aug 28, 1951.  Pilot OK.
81030 (VF-64, USS Philippine Sea) lost May 19, 1951.  Pilot OK.  Same plae listed as being in midair
collision with another F4U-4 May 29, 1951.
81037 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) hit by AAA and ditched May 29, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81057 (VF-871, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA, pilot bailed out Jun 20, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81078 (VF-23, USS Boxer) crashed into sea on takeoff Sep 17, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
81079 (VF-64, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA Jun 17, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
81101 (VF-192, USS Princenton) ditched in Wonsan Bay May 2, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81129 (VF-63, USS Boxer) struck barrier and went overboard during landing Sep 19, 1950.  Pilot KIA
81140 crashed NE of Chula Vista near Sunnyside, CA.  Need date.
81146 (VF-63, USS Philippine Sea) crashed into mountain near Hwachan Reservoir Apr 24, 1951.  Pilot KIA
81150 (VMF-323) lost in bombing attack on railway Oct 4, 1951.  Pilot POW.
81152 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) crashed on takeoff Jun 2, 1952.  Pilot KIA
81156 (VMF-312) ran out of fuel on CAP Sw of Chuchon Oct 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
81164 (c/n 7889) on civil registry as N5014, mainly for spare parts source.
Registration N5014 taken up Feb 1, 2006 (has only been reserved since Apr 3, 1987) 
81176 (VMA-312, USS Sicily) hit by AAA and ditched Sep 7, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81186 (VF-24, USS Valley Forge) MIA after strafing run near Kojo Mar 19, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
81202 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) shot down by AAA, pilot bailed out but KIA.
81203 (VF-64, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor May 22, 1952.  Pilot OK
81234 (VMF-312) crashed on takeoff from K-6 Jul 15, 1952.  Pilot killed.
81243 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barriers on landing May 9, 1952.
81276 (VF-24, USS Boxer) shot down by AA near Uijongbu Sep 29, 1950.  Pilot KIA
81277 (VF-884, USS Kearsarge) crashed after strafing run in water near Songjin Sep 30, 1952.  Pilot KIA
81285 (VMF-312) crashed on approach Jan 26, 1952.  Pilot KIA
81289 (VF-791, USS Boxer) ditched after takeoff Sep 18, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81299 (VF-63, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA Jun 23, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81301 (MAMS-12) crashed on takeoff near Paengyong-do Oct 28, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
81331 (VF-152, USS Princeton) crashed on takeoff Jul 19, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
81350 (VF-14, USS Boxer) damaged in hard landing Sep 15, 1950.  
81376 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) crashed on takeoff May 29, 1952.  Pilot MIA
81383 (VF-63, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched off shore Jun 18, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81390 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Mar 11, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81415 (c/n 8140) to US civil registry as N5219V.  Now on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
In 1990 was at Korean War Museum, Seoul.
81419 (VF-791, USS Boxer) ditched after bad takeoff Apr 17, 1951.  Pilot OK
81420 (VF-192, USS Princeton) ditched due to engine failure Jun 18, 1952.  Pilot rescued
81430 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) ditche at sea after being hit by AAA Oct 31, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81434 (VMF-323, USS Sicily) shot down near Sangyong Jul 3, 1951.  Pilot bailed out, rescued.
81456 (VMF-312) crashed on takeoff at K-1 Feb 26, 1951.  Pilot killed.
81465 (VMF-311) ran out of fuel crashed 7 mi W of Itami AB Dec 7, 1950.  Pilot killed.
81469 (VMF-884, USS Boxer) hit by AAA, disappeared in fog bank Apr 7, 1951.  Pilot MIA
81491 (VF-713, USS Antietam) shot down by AAA Dec 18, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81502 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and ditched 15 mi S of Cho-do May 3, 1953.  Pilot rescued
81539 (VF-791, USS Boxer) ditched after catapult launch malfunction Jul 7, 1951.  Pilot rescued
81558 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) hit by AAA, wheels-up landing on beach Aug 2, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81574 (VF-871, USS Essex) hit by AAA, emergency landing at K-50 Oct 5, 1952.
81576 (VF-713, USS Antietam) hit by AAA, ditched in Wonsan Haror Oct 25, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81581 (VF-192, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA near Changhung-ni Mar 10, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
81585 (VM-874, USS  Bon Homme Richard) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Aug 30, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81591 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AA W of Wonsan Oct 3, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and rescued.
81601 (VF-884, USS Boxer) hit power lines and crashed NW Hamhung Apr 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81606 (V-172) ground-looped on landing at NAS Mayport, FL Jan 24, 1950
81631 (VF-713, USS Antietam) shot down by AA over Wonsan Harbor.  Pilot KIA
81648 (VF-41) crashed into water off USS Midway Jan 29, 1952.  Pilot presumed dead.
81652 (VF-94, USS Philippine Sea) shot down by AAA near Tanchon.  Pilot KIA
81653 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Jun 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81672 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Jun 13, 1952, pilot bailed out and rescued
81689 (VF-172) damaged in landing accident at Kirtland AFB, NM Sep 3, 1950.
81695 (VF-193, USS Princeton) in emergency landing near Yo-do Jul 31, 1952.  Aircraft destoyed, pilot OK.
81698 (c/n 8423) to US civil registry as N3763A.  Now at War Eagles Air Museum as N53JB
81706 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko) shot down by AAA Mar 5, 1952. Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
81709 (VF-871, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA May 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81717 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) crashed into ridgeline Feb 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA
81725 (VA-64, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Hungnam Harbor May 23, 1952.  Pilot OK.
81736 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Oct 10, 1951.  Pilot KIA
81747 (VF-821, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA near Sinp'yong.  Pilot MIA
81764 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Feb 3, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81779 (VMF-312) crashed and burned in Kilchu area near Chosin Reservoir N of Hamhung Nov 11, 1950.
81780 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) hit by AAA and ditched at mouth of Yesong River Oct 10, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81784 (VF-114, USS Philippine Sea) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Mar 21, 1952. Pilot rescued.
81788 (VF-884, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA May 24, 1951.  Pilot bailed out but KIA
81789 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) crashed on strafing run Dec 6, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81792 ditched off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt 26 April 1946
81796 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barriers and flipped over May 9, 1952.  Pilot injured.
81815 (VF-94, USS Philippine Sea) went over the side of carrier during launch Jul 23, 1953.  Pilot rescued
81831 (VF-874, USS Oriskany) hit by AAA and ditched near Hungnam Dec 6, 1952.  Pilot rescued
81834 (VF-152, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Jul 26, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
81835 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) shot down by small arms fire Jul 4, 1952.  Pilot KIA
81842 (VF-64, USS Philippine Sea) collided with another F4U-4, crashed near Ch-ang-ni May 29, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81857 (c/n 8582) on civil registry as N5081.  Reported Feb 2009 under restoration
with R. Odegaard in USA
81860 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Jul 15, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
81865 (Mamron-33) in emergency landing at K-3 Apr 1, 1952.  Pilot injured.
81877 (VF-821, USS Princeton) crashed into water Jul 30, 1951.  
81879 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Aug 12, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81881 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Aug 3, 1952.  Pilot KIA
81885 (VMF-212) lost Apr 16, 1951.  Pilot KIA
81886 (VF-884, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Oct 3, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
also listed with VMA-312 and crashlanded and went overboard May 1, 1952.
81888 (VF-713, USS Antietam) engine fialed and ditched SE of Wonsan Harbor Feb 4, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
81893 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) crashed into water after aborted catapult launch Dec 11, 1952. Pilot rescued.
81911 (VF-152, USS Princeton) downed May 6, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
81924 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AAA Sep 4, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81928 (VF-193, USS Princeton) crashed during airstrike Dec 24, 1950.  Pilot MIA.
81932 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and dove in near Haeju, Korea May 2, 1953.
81935 (VF-33, USS Leyte) stalled on takeoff Oct 14, 1950.
81942 (VF-192, USS Princeton) hit by AAA and ditched Apr 21, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
81946 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) shot down by AAA E of Yonghung Dec 22, 1951.  Pilot KIA
81947 (VMF-212, USS Badoeng Strait) shot down by AAA over Taedong Inlet Dec 18, 1951.  Pilot bailed out
and was rescued.
81958 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) hit by AAA and ditched Oct 15, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81962 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AAA SW of Hungnam Jul 11, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
81981 (VF-192, USS Princeton) whot down by AAA Oct 7, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
81988 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) wing fell off in bombing attack Aug 11, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
81991 (VF-152) ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea May 6, 1953.
82000 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barrier on landing May 2, 1952.
82017 (VMF-311) in landing collision at Itami AB, Japan Dec 7, 1950.  Pilot OK.
82018 (VMF-323) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out and MIA Oct 7, 1951.
82021 (1st MAW) in midair collision between Okinawa and Itami AB Sep 24, 1950.  Pilot killed.
82025 (VF-94, USS Philippine Sea) ditched on takeoff Jul 17, 1953.  Pilot rescued.	
82032 (VMF-323, USS Sicily) shot down by small arms fire near Sohae-ri, Korea Jul 24, 1951.
Pilot KIA
82038 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) ditched near carrier due to fire in cockpit Feb 2, 1952.  
Pilot rescued.
82050 (VF-32) made wheels-up landing behind enemy lines near Koto-Ri to rescue Ensign Brown Dec 4, 1950.
Pilot Thomas Hudner was rescued by helicopter and was awarded Medal of Honor.	
82054 (VMF-312) crashed due to fuel exhaustion will looking for downed F-51 pilot near
Chongju Oct 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
82056 (HQS-33/VMAW-1) forcelanded at Hameji airstrip, Japan, Nov 4, 1950
82060 (VMF-312, USS Bataan, shot down by AAA NW of Pyongtaek, Korea Feb 6, 1951.  Pilot KIA.	
82061 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAAA at Yonpo Airfield, 3 mi S of Koto-ri 
Dec 15, 1950. Pilot KIA.
82069 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA 10 mi N of Sariwon, Korea Apr 4, 1951.  Pilot bailed
out.  Pilot rescued by helicopter but died on way to hospital.
82074 (VF-871, USS Princeton) crashed 10 mi NE of Kumhwa, Korea while on close air 
support mission Jul 18, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
82076 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Sep 24, 1951.
Pilot rescued.
82080 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barriers on landing and heavily damaged May 2, 1952.
Pilot OK.
82088 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) hit by AAA NW of Hamhung and crashlanded on sandbar
in Song Chon River Sep 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
82112 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA and pilot bailed out off Wongjong-do, Korea
Apr 2, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
82120 (FASRON-7) damaged in landing accident at Kisarazu AB, 
Japan Oct 3, 1950.
82128 (VMF-312) in takeoff accident from Wonsan Airfield Nov 16, 1950.  Pilot injured.
82131 (VF-193, USS Princeton) crashed on bombing run NW of Inchon Feb 10, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
82135 (VMF-312) hit by AAA while flying CAP for downed F-51 piolt near Uijongbu, Korea
Oct 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
82152 (VF-884, USS Boxer) ditched 22 mi E of Wonsan after losing power Jul 11, 1951.
Pilot rescued.
82154 (VF-63, USS Boxer) crashed into sea during landing Sep 26, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
82163 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Jun 1, 1952.
Pilot rescued.
82165 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA E of Anak, Korea May 28, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
82174 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) pilot bailed out due to mechanical failure 5 mi N of
Hosa-Dong Apr 20, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
82176 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) ditched after bad takeoff Sep 30, 1951.  Sank immediately, pilot lost.

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