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42-964 ... 42-1163
de Havilland Canada PT-24-DH Tiger Moth
Built by de Havilland Canada [sic] as the DH.82C Tiger Moth.
Lend-Lease to UK for use by the RCAF, none used by the USAAF.  Also allocated RAF serials.
964-1130 (MSN DHC-1303/1469) to RAF as FE100/FE266 also RCAF serials 1100/1266. 
970 (FE106, RCAF 1106) to civil registry as CF-BQU.  RFU Oct 24, 1947.
978 (FE114, RCAF 1114) to civil registry as CF-CSX, later N18840
986 (FE122, RCAF 1122) to civil registry as CF-COU
998 (FE134, RCAF 1134) to civil registry as CF-BKZ.  Undercarriage
collapsed on takeoff Snow Lake, Man. Apr 15, 1940
1000 (FE136, RCAF 1136) to civil registry as N82CS
1009 (FE145, RCAF 1145) to civil registry as C-FDHS
1013 (FE149, RCAF 1149) to civil registry as CF-BLR. Stalled on approach
Humboldt, Sask Jun 5, 1949
1014 (FE150, RCAF 1150) to civil registry as TF-KBE
1022 (FE158, RCAF 1158) to civil registry as CF-COG.
1034 (FE170, RCAF 1170) to civil registry as CF-CLW
1053 (FE189, RCAF 1189) to civil registry as CF-SAZ
1056 (FE192, RCAF 1192) to civil registry as CF-COH
1066 (FE202, RCAF 1202) to civil registry as CF-CLK
1068 RAF serial FE204 but to RCAF as 1204. Became TF-KBD, which last 
flew 1955 and 1987 was stored dismantled somewhere in Iceland
1075 (FE211, RCAF 1211) to civil registry as CF-CTO, C-GDWI
1078 (FE214, RCAF 1214) to civil registry as CF-CIX, later C-FCIX
1091 (FE227, RCAF 1227) to civil registry as CF-CSZ
1093 (FE229, RCAF 1229) to civil registry as CF-BFV.  Reduced to spares
Big River, Sask May 13, 1950
1099 (FE235, RCAF 1235) to civil registry as CF-CII.  Sank through ice
taxiing Azure Lake, BC Jan 2, 1947.
1107 (FE243, RCAF 1243) to civil registry as CF-CHV.  WFU Aug 17, 1947
1109 (FE245, RCAF 1245) to civil registry as CF-CHU.  DBR after engine
failure Vancouver to Tashia Arm Aug 17, 1948
1112 (FE248, RCAF 1248) to civil registry as CF-CTP
1119 (FE255, RCAF 1255) to civil registry as CF-CHQ.  WFU Nov 16, 1951
1123 (FE260, RCAF 1259) to civil registry as CF-CSJ
1127 (FE263, RCAF 1263) registration C-FAAP allocated but NTU.
To C-FTMH Jun 6, 2007.
1128 (FE264, RCAF 1264) to civil registry as CF-CIA.  Reduced to spares May 21, 1949
1131/1163 (MSN DHC-1470/1502) to RAF as FH618/FH650, also RCAF serials 1267/1299.  Delivered to USAAF.
1133 (FH620, RCAF 1269) to civil registry as CF-BZD.  Crashed on ice
during approach Wabanosh Lake, Ont May 3, 1947
1134 (FH621, RCAF 1270) to civil registry as CF-BQY.  Ground looped during
landing Ancienne Lorette Airport Aug 1, 1951
1142 (FH629, RCAF 1278) to civil registry as CF-CVZ
1148 (FH635, RCAF1284) to civil registry as CF-BSX.  Derelict at TeRebonne Dec 9, 1948
1159 to civil registry as CF-BEK, later N882EK
42-72320 ... 42-72439
Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster
MSN 10425/10544
72320 (MSN 10425/DC156) destroyed Nov 26, 1944 in takeoff accident at 
Kwajalein Island
72321 (MSN 10426) converted to XC-54F with parachute jump doors.
72322 (MSN 10427) to US Navy as BuNo 50850.
72323 (MSN 10428) to US Navy as BuNo 50851.
72324 (MSN 10429) to US Navy as BuNo 50852.
72325 (MSN 10430) to US Navy as BuNo 50853
72326 (MSN 10431) to US Navy as BuNo 50854.
72327 (MSN 10432/DC163) to civil registry as N86542.  Registered as N90402
for American Airlines 'Flagship Tulsa".  Oct 1948 registered s PH-TDM for
KLM "Aalsmeer".  Reregistered as PH-DBM still with KLM.  To Avianca
as HK-521.  As HK-1025 now used as cafe in Bogota, Colombia
72328 (MSN 10433/DC164) to RFC as N90426, bought in 1946 by American
Airlines, named "Flagship El Centro".  DBR on takeoff when nose
gear struck a snowdrift, Tulsa, OK Mar 10, 1948.  Flight made
a safe emergency landing at Dallas, TX.
72329 (MSN 10434, DC165) by 1955 was N30045 "Cargoliner Crater Lake"
of United Airlines, later to Intercontinental Air Lines as
N30045.  To Iran Airways as EP-ADZ.  To Transocean
Airlines in 1956 as N30045.  In 2960 to Luxemburg and Inter
Ocean Airways as LX-IOA, leased as OB-IOA, to Luxemburg
again as LX-IOA, to LN-AAE.  To N90440.  To Transportflug
as D-ABOW.  To Societe de Transport Taxi Aerien as
9Q-CTE.  To SODEMAC of Zaire as 9Q-CTE.  Destroyed Kinshasa
72330 (MSN 10435) damaged Jun 12, 1945 in India.  To Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88898 *Clipper Archer* later
*Clipper Hurricane*. Sold to Peruvian Air Force in 1963 as FAP-363. 
Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAX-704 and later re-registered OB-R-704.  WFU in 1972
72331 (MSN 10436) to HK-170 (Transportes Aereos Tropicales 05oct49), current Sep 1999
72332 (MSN 10437/DC168)  in landing accident Aug 27,1945 caused
by mechanical failure at Nichols Field, Philippines.
W/o Sep 1, 1945
72333 (MSN 10438, DC169) to US Navy Oct 24, 1944 as R5D-2 BuNo 39122.
72334 (MSN 10439) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88892.  To Colombia
and Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia (Avianca) as C-114.  Crashed
into 10,500 foot Mt Tablazo in Colombia in fog on Feb 15, 1947.
4 crew and 49 passengers killed.
72335 (MSN 10440) to Pan American Airways 1946/1963 as N88893 'Clipper Syren'.  To EC-BMI of Spantax.
72336 (MSN 10441) became N226A.  By 1957 was OD-ACA of Air
Liban.  Operated by AMAZ of Zaire as 9Q-CAM, then to African Lux of Zaire. Shot down
in Mozambique Nov 26, 1977
72337 (MSN 10442) to CNAC, China as XT-T02, later XT-108, then N8343C, then Feb 1955
to Fuerza Aera Colombia as FAC 692.  WFU Dec 1990 after several incidents,
currently derelict at Bogota, Colombia.
72338 (MSN 10443, DC174) to US Navy as BuNo 39120
72339 (MSN 10444/DC175) damaged Feb 8, 1945 in takeoff accident in India.  
Purchased by Douglas Nov 7, 1945 and converted to DC-4
and sold to Delta Airlines Feb 14, 1946 and registered as N37472.  Super
Coach bought it Feb 6, 19543.  Leased by Aerovias North America in 1954.
Leased by Trans Continental Airlines in 1955.  Bought by Nevada Aero
Trades Jun 24, 1960, still leased to Trans Continental Airlines.  Bought by
Acme Aircraft Inc Mar 1962.  Leased by Alaska Airlines Apr 22, 1962.
Bought by Liberty Air Inc Sep 1963.  Bought by Fleming Air Transport System
Oct 24, 1963, registered as PI-C571.  WFU and stored 1966.
72340 (MSN 10445) to civil registry as N90427.  By 1956 1as
"The Shannon" of Trans World Airlines.  Crashed at Port 
Harcourt, Nigeri Sep 28, 1969.
72341 (MSN 10446) by 1955 was N30044 "Cargoliner Lake Huron" of
United Airlines, by 1957 had been renamed "Cargoliner
Grand Canyon".   to Portuguese AF as 6608 Apr 7, 1962
72342 (MSN 10447) by 1954 was N30063 "Capitaliner Atlanta" of Capital
Airlines.  
72343 (MSN 10448) became N88819, converted to Aviatin Traders Carvair and to
Aer Lingus as EI-AMR Feb 5, 1963.  TO CF-EPV May 1968. Spotted derelict 
near Halesworth, UK.  Cockpit section noted at Halesworth, UK Jan 2000
72344 (MSN 10449) to Pan American Airways as N88902 *Clipper Black Warrior*.  Sold to Colombia as 
HK-528 (Transportes Aereos de Bolivar (Aerotabo) 27 Apr 1960 - Aerolineas Medelin). Current 
Sep 1999
72345 (MSN 10450) to United Airlines as N30050.  Overran runway at Los Angeles,
CA Dec 24, 1946.
72346 w/o Mar 23, 1945
72347 (MSN 10452) by 1956 was N95407 of Northwest Airlines.
Later to government of Congo (Zaire) as 9Q-CHB.  Then to Air Congo in 1964.
Registration changed to 9Q-CBG.  Converted to Swingtail in 1970.  To Zaire
Aero Service in 1975.  To Kinair Cargo in 1984.
72348 (MSN 10453/DC184) damaged in landing accident on Johnson Island Aug 9, 1945.
Bought by Loide Aereo Nacional May 5, 1958 as PP-LEU.  WFU and stored Aug 1958.
72349 (MSN 10454) Damaged in landing acident at Gander Mar 1, 1949.  By 1955 was N30056 
"Mainliner Ohio River" of United Airlines.  By 1956 was N34537 of Trans World Airlnes.
72350 (MSN 10455) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88903 *Clipper Dreadnought*, later
*Clipper Hamburg*, then *Clipper Skylark*.  To LV-HJC Feb 9, 1962.
72351 (MSN 10456) to civil registry as N90420, N90424, N5110N, N711A, N420NA, F-OBHF, 7T-VAF, F-BRIX, 
XU-LAL [registered first with Royal Cambodge 09/69, then 1970 with Air Cambodge] 456, wfu.
72352 (MSN 10457) to civil market as NX86578, NC90451, later N90451, then
CF-MCA, CF-NAA, then to American Airlines as N20AA, then to Air Centrafrique as TK-AAJ, TL-AAZ.
Final to Central Africa Air Force in 1973 as TL-KAW.  Stored Jun 1984.
72353 (MSN 19458) to civil registry as NC88721, OO_SBO, F-BHVR, D-ABIB, D-ANEK,
G-ASKD.  Converted to ATL-98 Carvair #14, EI-ANJ then CF-EWP, then LN-NAA. 
Abandoned at Bangkok, Thailand and broken up in 1985.
72354 (MSN 10459) to US Navy as BuNo 50855.
72355 (MSN 10460) to US Navy as BuNo 50856.  
72356 (MSN 10461) to US Navy as BuNo 50857
72357 (MSN 10462) to US Navy as BuNo 50858
72358 (MSN 10463) to US Navy as BuNo 50859
72359 (MSN 10464) to civil registry as N48165, then to Canadian civil registry as C-GQIA Jul 1978.
With Millardair since Jan 1995.
72360 (MSN 10465) to Pan American Airways 1946/1963 as N88908 *Clipper Charmer* 
later *Clipper Bremen*.  To Colombian AF as FAC-695
72361 (MSN 10466/DC197) To WAA Mar 7, 1946.  To Pan American Airways Jun 18, 1946 as N88909 *Clipper Dauntless*.
Sold to Charlotte Aircraft Corp (Leasing) Dec 19, 1962.
To USA Trust Teritories (Northern Marianas Islands Feb 25, 1966.
Aug 1968 to Midwest Aviation/California Airmotive.
To Concare Aircraft Leasing Aug 21, 1968.  Transferred to Stan
Burnstein Oct 30, 1968.  Bought by Midwest Aviation Corp
Oct 30, 1968.  To Leonard Linsmeir Jun 4, 1971.  To First
National Bank Aug 16, 1972.  To Julac Leasing Corp Sep 1972.
To Kodiak Western Alaska Airlines Feb 26, 1973.  To International
Air Ltd Jan 15, 1975.  To Panavia Cargo Development Oct 20, 1976.
Leased to MEF International Lul 1977.  Returned to Air
Freighter Corp dba Panavia Cargo Development temporary operating
from MIA Int'l Oct 1977. DBR Apr 18, 1978 when landed short
of runway at Bottle Creek, North Caicos Island.
72362 (MSN 10467) Damaged Feb 27, 1945 in landing accident at Kunming, China.  To Pan American 
Airways 1946/1950 as N60115.  To XA-KOK in 1955, to ETP-7004 of FAM.
72363 (MSN 10468) to civil registry as N88917, XA-FIP (Mexico), HK-558,
N558G, YS-33C (El Salvador), WFU.
72364 (MSN 10469/DC200) to Pan American Airways 1946 as N88906.
In 1946 purchased by Avianca and registered as C-113, later
C-130, then HK-130.  Crashed at Cucuta, Colombia Jan 28, 1962.
72365 (MSN 10470) to Pan American Airways 1946 as N88896 *Clipper Eagle*.  To XA-JAV Nov 18, 1949.  To ETP-???
72366 (MSN 10471) to United Airlines as N30051.  Crashed on landing at 
Cheyenne, WY Oct 8, 1946.  2 of 41 on board killed.
72367 (MSN 10472/DC203) bought by American Airlines Mar 1, 1946,
named "Flagship Oklahoma" registered N90446.  Bought by US
Overseas Airlines Jun 4, 1944.  Bought by S. E. Spicher of
Coral Gables, FL Dec 1957.  Registration revoked, WFU and
stored Dec 1957.
72368 (MSN 10473/DC204) damaged in ground incident Amberley AD 
(Queensland), Australia.  Destroyed (DBR) Apr 23, 1945.
72369 (MSN 10474, Line No. DC205) delivered to USAAF Dec 6, 1944. Sold to Douglas Aircraft CO Dec 20, 1945,
Converted to DC-4 after USAAF service.  To Western Airlines Aug 8, 1946 as NC88701.  To United Airlines Aug 1947
and named "Mainliner Hoover Dam".  Bought in 1950 by California Eastern Aviation as N4002B.  Damaged in midair 
collision with Overseas Ntional Airways DC-4 N79992 (ex 42-72727) near San Francisco/Oakland Nov 17, 1951
but was able to land safely.  In 1951 to TACA International (Transportes Aereos Centroamericanos) as YS-04C 
then YS-73.  In 1952 to RANSA (Ruta Aeras Nacional SA) of Costa Rica as TI-1046C (again as a C-54B).  To Trans
Ocean Airlines Apr 4, 1952 as DC-4 registered as N4664S.  To LAPSA (Lineas Aeras Paraguayas) Oct 1963 as ZP-CAR, 
to Paraense Transwportes Aereos Oct 31, 1969 as PP-BTV.  WFU and stored Sao Paulo-Congonhas, Brazil in 1969.
Broken up Jul 1980.
72370 (MSN 10475) crashed near Kunming Jul 4, 1945.
72371 (MSN 10476) damaged Aug 3,1945 in groudn accident at Hickham AB, Hawaii.  To Pan American Airways 
in 1946 as N88897 *Clipper Onward*.  Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-362. 
Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAY-705 and later re-registered OB-R-705.  WFU in 1970
72372 (MSN 10477) crashed near Biskra AP, India Jun 18, 1945.  Had
been condemned previous day as "missing"
72373 (MSN 10478) to United Airlines 1946 as NC30057, later N30057.  Then to Maritime Central 
Airways as CF-MCB, Nordair as CF-NAB and Paraense as PP-BTT. Withdrawn from 
use at Rio de Janeiro Feb 15, 1970 and subsequently broken up.
72374 (MSN 10479/DC210) to RFC Oct 22, 1945.  Bought by Douglas Aircraft
Corp. Oct 24, 1945, converted to DC-4 conversion No 3.  Bought
by Western Airlines Oct 16, 1946 as NC86568.  Bought by United
Airlines Sep 13, 1947 named "Cargoliner Lake St. Clair".  Bought
by Air corporation of Miami Nov 14, 1954.  Bought by Deltec
Corp Nov 19, 1954.  Bought by Aviateca Nov 19, 1954 as TG-ARA,
reregistered TG-AOA.  Bought by Aviation Business Services
Apr 20, 1970 as N8098.  Bought by Consolidated Inter-America
Oct 31, 1972, by International Airmotive Corp Nov 8, 1972.
Bought by Aviation Parts Inc Mar 28, 1973.  Bought by Cecil
E. Wroten Jul 5, 1974.  Repossessed by Van Dusen Aerospace
Jan 25, 1975.  Bought by Cecil E. Wroten Mar 7 1975.  Leased by 
Seagreen Air Transport in 1976.  Bought by Empire Leasing
Inc Mar 1977.  WFU and stored Van Nuys, CA Mar 1977.
72375 (MSN 10480) to civil registry as NC90862 then to KLM in May 1948 as PH-TEZ "Zeeland",
changed to PH-DBZ in 1954.  Fuselage sold to Aviation Traders Jul 1959.
Used for Carvair mock-up.  Rear fuselage and empennage grafted to first
Carvair G-ANYB after it was struck by forklift splitting fuselage.
72376 (MSN 10481) to Pan American Airways as N88890 *Clipper Flying Arrow*.
By 1957 was with Slick Airways and was recorded as being previously
with Eastern Air Lines
72377 (MSN 10482, DC213) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39112.
72378 (MSN 10483) damaged Apr 28,1945, Tezgaon, India.  Became N227A.  By 1957 was OD-ACI of Air Liban.
Broken up in 1963.
72379 (MSN 10484, DC215) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39118.
72380 (MSN 10485) to N90417, then EC-AEP of Iberia.  Converted to ATL 98 Carvair with MSN 10485-16,
to EX-AXI, then to HI-168 of CDA.  W/o Jun 23, 1969
72381 (MSN 10486/DC217) to Twentieth Century Airlines in 1946 as N63396.
Bought by Reeve Aleutian Airways Apr 7, 1957.  Crashed Great Sitkin
Isle while on approach to Adak, Alaska Sep 24, 1959.  16 killed.
72382 (MSN 10487) by 1955 was N30043 "Mainliner Golden Gate" of
United Airlines
72383 (MSN 10488, DC219) to American Airlines as N90419 'Flagship
Indianapolis", Dec 1948 to PH-TDL 'Groningen' for KLM.  Damaged in gear up
landing near Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Nan 1, 1953.  Repared as PH-DBL for KLM.  To
HK-522, HP-342 (Panama).  WFU
72384 (MSN 10489) by 1956 was N90405 "The Eiffel Tower" of
Trans World Airlines
72385 (MSN 10490) destroyed by Japanese demolition team at Okinawa-Kontan airfield May 24, 1945.
72386 (MSN 10491, DC222) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39115.
72387 (MSN 10492, DC223) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39128.
72388 (MSN 10493) to Mexicana as XA-FOW.  Crashed at Mexico City Jun 25, 1946 after
inflight fire.
72389 (MSN 10494) by 1957 was N88722 of Slick Airways.  Was previously
with Western Airlines.
72390 (MSN 10495, DC226) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39124.
72391 (MSN 10496) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88894 *Clipper 
Eureka*.  Later to Eastern, and by 1957 was with Slick Airways.
72392 (MSN 10497) damaged Nov 1, 1945 at Long Beach, California.  By 1955 was N30052 "Cargoliner Lake Erie" of United
Airlines.  By 1957 N30052 was with Slick Airways.
72393 (MSN 10498) to civil registry as N95417, ZS-BXS, XA-GUP, N66756, and F-BFVO.  With Union Aeromaritime
de Transport in flight from Fort Lamy to Beirut crashed into Lake Chad, Chad.  5 of 6 onboard killed.
72394 (MSN 10499) by 1955 was N30054 "Cargoliner Mississippi River"
of United Airlines
72395 (MSN 10500) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88895.  TO HK-115 of Avianca Mar 31, 1949.
72396 (MSN 10501/DC-232) delivered to USAAF Jan 4, 1945.  To RFC in 1945.  To civil registry as N90401.
Bught by American Airlines in 1946 in 1946, named "Flagship Dallas".  Bought by Air France Jul 12, 1949
and registered F-BELL.  Leased by Air Vietnam Nov 1962.  Destroyed by fire on ground at Saigon, South
Vietnam May 1, 1969.
72397 (MSN 10502) by 1955 was N37476 of Pacific Northern Airlines.
72398 (MSN 10503) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88899 *Clipper Endeavor*, ditched off
Puerto Rico in 1952.
72399 (MSN 10504) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88900 *Clipper Fearless*.  Lost
en-route near Tegucigalpa.
72400 (MSN 10505) to Pan American Airways in 1945 as N88891 *Clipper Raven*, later
*Clipper Lightning*.
72401 (MSN 10506) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88901 *Clipper Defiance*, *Clipper
Hannover* and *Clipper Stuttgart*  To Paraense Trasport Aereos as
PP-BTQ.  W/o Apr 4, 1964 at Belem Airport, Para, Brazil when pilot
attempted a takeoff without releasing the control locks.  This
was only realized when the aircraft had reached V2 and lost
directional control on takeoff and ran into trees.
72402 (MSN 10507) to civil registry as N88915.  To Mexicana as XA-FIT.  To
HK-728 with Aeronorte Colombia.  Crashed into mountain near El Libano 7 min after takeoff from
Bogota Eldorado Apt Jul 24, 1974.  3 crew killed.
72403 (MSN 10508) crashed on landing at Kunming, China Feb 26, 1945
72404 (MSN 10509, DC240) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39117.
72405 (MSN 10510) to CNAC, China as XT-T06, later XT-105, then N8346C, then to Trans
Ocean Airlines (TALOA) 1953-03/1955 as N8347V, next to Bolivia as CP-609, and
destroyed Feb 5, 1960 while used by Lloyd Aereo Boliviano when it crashed 15 min after
takeoff near Laguna de Huanacota, Bolivia.  4 crew, 55 passengers killed.
72406 (MSN 10511) to civilian registry as N86578. Sold to Air Chile as CC-CAJ. Sold to 
Faucett of Peru as OB-PBM-625 and later re-registered OB-R-625.
72407 (MSN 10512) to civil registry as N86581.  To El Al Israel
Air Lines as 4X-ADB, then 4X-ADN.  Crashed Nov 24, 1951 near
Zurich-Kloten Airport while on approach.  6 of 7 aboard killed.
72408 (MSN 10513/DC244) registered as N86561 to RFC Sep 28, 1945.
Bought by Douglas Oct 10, 1945 and converted to DC-4 conversion No. 7.
Bought by Delta Airlines Dec 14, 1945 and registered as N37473.
Leased by TACA Airways Jul 15, 1949 as YS-67, returned Aug 25, 1949.
Bought by Northwest Airlines Sep 2, 1952.  Bought by P. D. Smight Dec 28, 1954.
Great Lakes Airline "Lake Michigan" leased Sep 13, 1955.  Bought by
Nevada Aero Trades Apr 14, 1956.  Leased by Great Lakes Airline 
"Lake Michigan" Apr 14, 1956.  Subleased by Trans Alaska Airlines
Feb 25, 1960.  Bought by Trans Mediterraneas Airways Feb 1962
registered as OD-AEA.  Bought by Omni Investment Corp Jan 19, 1968
as N9982H.  Bought by Carolina Aircraft Corp Feb 5, 1969.  Leased by
Pan African Airlines 1969.  Destroyed in Biafran rocket attack at
Port Harcourt, Nigeria May 24, 1969.
72409 (MSN 10514) to US Navy as BuNo 50861
72410 (MSN 10515) suffered some sort of mechanical failure Aug 2, 1945.
Further details not known.
72411 (MSN 10516) to US Navy as BuNo 50860
72412 (MSN 10517) by 1956 was N34538 of Trans World Airlines.
72413 (MSN 10518/DC249) bought by Transair Inc 1946 as N69327.  Bought by
Guest Aerovias Mexico in 1948 and registered as XA-HER.  Modern Air
Transport bought it in 1948 and registered as N1695M.  Curtis Reid
Flying Services bought it Apr 1950 and registered as CF-EDN named
"Canadian Pilgrim".  Crashed in the Alps near Grenoble, France Nov 13, 1950
when strayed 50 mi off course while on flight to Paris.  52 killed.  
72414 (MSN 10519) to US Navy as BuNo 50864
72415 (MSN 10520) to US Navy as BuNo 50865. Air Response, Inc.  Stored at Mesa, AZ as N67019.
72416 (MSN 10521) to US Navy as BuNo 50863
72417 (MSN 10522) to US Navy as BuNo 50862.
72418 (MSN 10523) MIA in CBI theatre Mar 17, 1945.  MACR 13082
72420 (MSN 10525) to US Navy as BuNo 50867
72421 (MSN 10526) w/o Oct 29, 1945.
72422 (MSN 10527) damaged in ground accident Memphis, Tennessee Mar 9, 1945.  To Pan American World 
Airways in 1946 as N88889 *Clipper Black Hawk*.  To XA-JEF of Mexicana Dec 6, 1949.  To HK-134
72423 (MSN 10528) to NV88723, NC59952, G-ANYB.  It was the first DC-4 converted
to ATL-98 Carbair.  After damage to rear fuselage received rear fuselage
from 42-72375.  Broken up Jul 1970 Lydd Kent UK
72424 (MSN 10529) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) as XT-T-01, XT-101.
Transferred to Chinese AF as C-72424 "Chung Mei" as personal transport of
Chaing Kai-Shek.  Later B-1801, XW-PGE, B-1801. On November 28, 1974 while being 
operated by Royal Air Cambodge on a flight between Phnom-Penh and Hong Kong 
was shot down near An Loc (Vietnam). 3 crew only fatal.
72425 (MSN 10530) by 1956 was N86571 of Trans World Airlines. to D-ABEB and w/o with Continentale
Deutsche Luftreederei on landing approach to Kano, Nigeria Jun 17, 1961.  1 of 7 aboard killed.
72426 (MSN 10531, DC262) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39113.
72427 (MSN 10532) By 1953 was XA-FIU of Mexicana.  To HK-729 (Transportes Aereos Tropicales (TAT) 14 Dec 1962). 
Current Sep 1999
72428 (MSN 10533) to US Navy as BuNo 50866
72429 (MSN 10534/DC265) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90425 named "Flagship
El Paso".  Bought by Eastern Airlines Apr 10, 1950 named "725".  Aero
Leases boght it May 1955, but Eastern Airlines continued to lease it.
Bought by Twentieth Century Airlines in 1958.  Trans Mediterranean
Airways May 1959 and registered as OD-ADI.  This was one of 14 aircraft
destroyed by Israeli commando raid on Beirut, Lebanon Dec 28, 1968.
72430 (MSN 10535, DC266) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39125.
72431 (MSN 10536, DC267) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39126.
72432 (MSN 10537) to US Navy as BuNo 50868.
72433 (MSN 10538) to CNAC, China as XT-T-04, later XT-104, then N8345C, then to
Trans Ocean Airlines (TALOA) 1953-1955 as N4665V named 'African Queen', then
to Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB/Bolivia) as CP-610, then to Miami Airlines as
N5386, to Martin's Air Charter (MAC), Netherlands as PH-MAE later Trans
World Leasing still as PH-MAE.  Feb 1967 to Transportflug as D-ADAC.
Oct 28l 1970 to SODEMAC of Zaire as 9Q-CTD.  WFU
72434 (MSN 10539) to civil registry as N86575, F-DAEU, CN-CCB (Royal Air Maroc), F-BJHB,
TU-TBO (Air Afrique), F-BJHB.
72435 (MSN 10540/DC271) leased by Seaboard and Western Airlines Nov 21, 1946
registered as N74644 named "African Queen". Crashed and destroyed by
fire while landing at Keflavik, Iceland Mar 30, 1951.  Drifted to the
side of runway following GCA approach, struck hard frozen snow
banks and caught fire.  6 crew injured.
72436 (MSN 10541) by 1956 was N34577 "Skyfreighter" of Trans
World Airlines.
72437 (MSN 10542, DC273) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39127.
72438 (MSN 10543) to civil registry as N66644, HZ-AAI, G-ASPM, ZS-IRK, A2-AAD, then SGA of Zaire as 9Q-CWQ.
72439 (MSN 10544/DC275) converted by Douglas to DC-4 (conversion No. 32) and
sold to United Airlines Apr 20 1946 as N30056 "Mainliner Ohio Valley".
Leased by Northeast Airlines in 1956 and returned in 1957.  Bought by Loide
Aereo Nacional Dec 16, 1957 registered as PP-LEQ.  Crashed Maraso Bay
while on approach to Belem, Brazil Aug 11, 1958.  10 of 11 onboard killed.
53-3129 ... 53-3135
Lockheed C-130A-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3001/3007
3129 (MSN 182-3001) converted to JC-130A Sep 1957.  Converted from 
JC-130A to AC-130A in 1967.  Hit by 37mm shell in March 1971 but repaired.
Named "First Lady" with 711st Special Operations Squadron in 1994.
Put on display at USAF Armaments Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida in 1995, painted in Vietnam-era
camouflage.  
3130 (MSN 182-3002) was static test article and never flown.  Tested
to destruction Feb 20, 1958.
3131 (MSN 182-3003) converted to NC-130A.  To Sheppard AFB as ground trainer
by 1978.  No engines by Dec 2002.
3132 (MSN 182-3004) to Mexican AF as 10601 (Jul 1987), maintenance at SPAR,
Edmonton, Canada (Aug 1999), flying Mar 2003, reserialled FAM 3601 by Sep 2003. Now WFU by Mexican AF
3133 (MSN 182-3005) converted to NC-130A.  To MASDC as CF021 in Jun 1976. 
Sold to National Aircraft for scrap, Seen at DMI Aviation yard
Aug 28, 2000 with no landing gear or engines, same Dec 2002.
3134 (MSN 182-3006) to MASDC as CF010 May 24, 1976.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC
8/28/2000.
3135 (MSN 182-3007) sold to Mexican AF as 10602 (Jul 1987), at SPAR, Edmonton, 
Canada with severe corrosion (Nov 2001).  Became FAM 3602.  Now WFU by Mexican AF  			
53-3396 ... 53-3397
Lockheed YC-130-LO Hercules
MSN 082-1001/1002
3396 (MSN 082-1001) converted to NC-130.  Broken up at Robins AFB
3397 (MSN 082-1002) converted to NC-130.  Broken up at Indianapolis.  First to
fly, on Aug 23, 1954.
54-1621 ... 54-1640
Lockheed C-130A-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3008/3027
1621 (MSN 182-3008) used as ground instruction airframe at Sheppard 
AFB as GC-130A.  Scrapped May 1986.
1622 (MSN 182-3009) converted to NC-130A.  To MASDC as CF008 May 1976.
Departed Sep 1985, deleted from USAF inventory Jan 1986.  Scrapped at 
Western Intl Scrapyard Oct 1990
1623 (MSN 182-3010) converted to AC-130A under Project Pave Pronto.  Named "Ghost Rider" with 711th SOS in 1989.  
Was at Dobbins AFB Museum.  Now on display at Marietta Museum of History, Marietta, Georgia
1624 (MSN 182-3011) to MASDC as CF009 May 21, 1976.  Sold to National Aircraft
as scrap Jun 2000, Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
1625 (MSN 182-3012) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A, *War Lord*).
Shot down Apr 22, 1970 by AAA over Ho Chi Minh Trail.
10 crew MIA, one recovered.
1626 (MSN 182-3013) converted to JC-130A.  Later converted to
prototype AC-130A. Crashed in Vietnam Mar 1972 but repaired.
Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
1627 (MSN 182-3014) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  To MASDC as CF015 Jun 1, 1976.
Intact Mar 2000, no engines Jan 2003
1628 (MSN 182-3015) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  To AMARC as CF0178 Sep 28, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
1629 (MSN 182-3016) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  Hit 
by ground fire May 24, 1969 over Laos.  Crash
landed at Ubon RTAFB, burned out.  2 crewmen killed.
1630 (MSN 182-3017) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  Assigned to the 919th SOW, named Azrael (the angel of
death in the Koran).  To USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH in Oct 1995.
1631 (MSN 182-3018) originally to South Vietnam, later returned.
Now is flying tanker aircraft N117TG with International Air Response, Chandler, AZ
Bears firefighting serial No. 31.
1632 (MSN 182-3019) converted to TC-130A/RC-130A, later deconverted to C-130A.
Scrapped at Western International Scrapyard
1633 (MSN 182-3020) sold to Chad AF as TT-PAB.  Stalled and crashed on takeoff
Mar 7, 1986.
1634 (MSN 182-3021) to South Vietnam, later returned.  To AMARC as CF0189 Jul 21, 1998.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
1635 (MSN 182-3022) converted to NC-130A, later deconverted to C-130A.   To Honduras
AF as FAH560.  Stored at Toncontin, Honduras as of Feb 2003.
1636 (MSN 182-3023) sold to Bolivia AF as TAM 64.  Stored at La Paz, Bolivia by Sep 1997,
WFU, no engines by Mar 2000.
1637 (MSN 182-3024) fitted in Jan 1961 with blunt APS-42 radom.  Fitted with APN-59
radome late 1964. Converted to GC-130A Jun 1990.  Later at Goodfellow AFB as ground trainer.
In 2010 was in process of being scrapped.
1638 (MSN 182-3025) sold to Mexican AF as 10603, later reserialled 3603 (?).
Crashed Sep 19, 2003 near La Quemada, Mexico due to inflight fire
1639 (MSN 182-3026) converted to JC-130A.  To TBM Inc and broken up for parts Nov 1998.  Fuselage seen
at Mojave in 2013.
1640 (MSN 182-3027) to South Vietnam, later returned.  To Ft Bragg as ground trainer.  To MASDC
as CD088 Apr 23, 1990
55-001 ... 55-045
Lockheed C-130A-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3028/3072.	
001 (MSN 182-3028) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  Corroded at TSN
002 (MSN 182-3029, 167th TAS) ran off runway at Bien Hoa AB and
burned Apr 6, 1975.  Believe this was SVAF unit
003 (MSN 182-3030) to Honduras AF as FAH557, stored at Toncontin, Honduras by Nov 1999
004 (MSN 182-3031) to AMARC as CF085 Apr 16, 1990.  In complete shape Mar 2003, no
props by Nov 2001, To National Aircraft Mar 2002.
005 (MSN 182-3032) to South Vietnam AF.  Corroded at TSN
006 (MSN 182-3033) to South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975.
007 (MSN 182-3034) to Bolivian AF as TAM 65.  WFU Feb 1997, stored La Paz,
Bolivia, no engines by Mar 2000, same Apr 2003.
008 (MSN 182-3035) to SVAF, returned to USAF.  To Peruvian Navy as AT-530. 
Sold on civil market as N130SA.
009 (MSN 182-3036) destroyed by rocket at Da Nang AB Jul 15, 1967.
010 (MSN 182-3037) to Chad AF as TT-PAE Jul 12988.  Confisciated by Portuguese
government Feb 1990, sold for spares Jan 1991, at scrapyard at Arranho, Villa
Franca de Xira, Sep 1997
011 (MSN 182-3038) modified to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A gunship prototype in 1969.  To AMARC as CF0168 Nov 15, 1994.  
At AMARC with no engines Jan 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
012 (MSN 182-3039) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as CF022 Aug 14, 1976.   Nose at ONT CA
013 (MSN 182-3040) to SVAF.  Corroded at TSN
014 (MSN 182-3041) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1968.  Now on display at Robins AFB Museum as of Mar 1996, 
on loan from USAF Museum.
015 (MSN 182-3042) to Honduras AF as FAH558
016 (MSN 182-3043) to SVAF.  Shot down while landing at Song
Be Dec 25, 1974
017 (MSN 182-3044) to SVAF.  W/o Apr 1975.
018 (MSN 182-3045) to ground trainer.  To AMARC as CF081 Mar 7, 1990.  To French AF Oct 28, 1994 for use as a ground
instructional airframe.  In 2012 fuselage was at DGA Center at Centre Aeronautique d'Essais de Toulouse
019 (MSN 182-3046) to ground trainer as GC-130A at Hanscom AFB.  To MASDC as CF005 May 19, 1976.  No wings or
tail by Jan 1989
020 (MSN 182-3047, 40th TCS) crashed in bad weather 
7 mi N of Alencon, France May 8, 1962.  All 15 aboard killed.
021 (MSN 182-3048) to US Navy as DC-130A BuNo 158228.  
022 (MSN 182-3049) to NC-130A.  Assigned to 322nd Air Division, Eglin AFB, Florida.  Was still in use with 
46th Test Wing, Eglin AFB until 2003.  Retired Oct 3, 2003.   Has been sitting on Pierce Field, Eglin 
Aux Field 2.  Still there in Feb 2009.
023 (MSN 182-3050) to NC-130A.  Now on display at Dyess Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas
024 (MSN 182-3051) to NC-130A.  To AMARC as CF062 Nov 26, 1986.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
025 (MSN 182-3052) to Peruvian Navy as AT-531. Transferred to Peruvian Air Force as 
FAP-381. Received alternate civil registration OB-1394 in 1987.  Sold on civil market as N226LS.  
To LESEA Inc as N226LS in 1990.  To Raytheon E Systems as N226LS in 2000.  Sold
to GIA International, Ltd May 2002.  Under restoration at Chandler Jun 2003.
as N130HGL, registered to GIA International as N226LS as of Feb 2004.  Registration
N226LS cancelled by FAA Jul 26, 2006 on sale to owner in Central
African Republic.
026 (MSN 182-3053) to AMARC as CF086 Apr 1990.  To US Army registry as ZF0008
Jun 6, 1994.  Back to AMARC as CF152 Jun 7, 1994.  Intact March 2006,
No props and sold to National Aircraft Mar 2002.  WFU at DMI yard Oct 2002
027 (MSN 182-3054) to SVAF.  Returned to USAF.  To Mexican AF for parts, SOC 1997
028 (MSN 182-3055) to Mexican AF as FAM 10604 Sep 1988. stored at Santa Lucia
Air Base, no engines, Mar 2003.
029 (MSN 182-3056) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1970.  To AMARC as CF0167 Nov 15, 1994.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
030 (MSN 182-3057) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-385. WFU by 2001.  Wings removed, fuselage now in
storage at FAP Group 8 base, Lima international airport
031 (MSN 182-3058) converted to C-130D.  to Mexican AF as FAM 10605, 
possibly reserialed 3605.
032 (MSN 182-3059) to AMARC as CF072.  Withdrawn from AMARC Apr 89 and derelict
on tank target range at Ft Lewis, WA Dec 1989.
033 (MSN 182-3060) to AMARC as CF077 Jan 25, 1989.  Delivered to National
Aircraft as scrap Oct 2002
034 (MSN 182-3061) to Vietnam AF, returned to USAF. To MASDC as CF002 Feb 1976.  To Kirtland AFB, NM Mar 1985, 
deleted from USAF inventory Jan 1986
035 (MSN 182-3062) sold to South Vietnam.  to Mexican AF for spare parts.  SOC May 1997
036 (MSN 182-3063) to AMARC as CF073 Aug 12, 1987.  No props, delivered to
National Aircraft as scrap Oct 2002.
037 (MSN 182-3064) Converted to GC-130A.  Now on display at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, Illinois.
038 (MSN 182-3065, 35th TCS) struck water and crashed before landing
at Qui Nhon Sept 18, 1965.
039 (MSN 182-3066, 817th TCS) destroyed by mortar attack at Da Nang
AB Jul 1, 1965.
040 (MSN 182-3067) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A.  To MASDC as CF018 Jun 3, 1976.
No outer wings by Mar 2000.
041 (MSN 182-3068) to AMARC as CF068 Apr 30, 1987.  Sold to National Aircraft
as scrap Mar 2002.
042 (MSN 182-3069, 817th TCS) destroyed by mortar attack at Da Nang
AB Jul 1, 1965.
043 (MSN 182-3070) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1970.  Shot down Jun 18, 1972 by SA-7 
over A Shau Valley in Vietnam.  3 bailed out and were rescued, 12 KIA in crash.
044 (MSN 182-3071, 16th SOS, *Promethius* ) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A.  Damaged by 37 mm shell Dec 1971 but
repaired.  Shot down Mar 28/29, 1972 by SA-2 over Laos. All 14 crew KIA.
Wreck site surveyed Feb 1986 and some remains recovered.
045 (MSN 182-3072) DBR in Vietnam Apr 1975.
55-046 ... 55-048
Lockheed C-130A-20-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3073/3075.
046 (MSN 182-3073) assigned to 463rd tCW, then to 483rd TCW.  Converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1969. 
Named "Proud Warrior" with 711th SOS in Oct 1989.  To AMARC as CF0166 Nov 15, 1994.  No props by Nov 2001.
047 (MSN 182-3074) to AMARC as CF070 May 1987.  To Fort Benning, GA as paratroop ground trainer
as of Mar 1995.
048 (MSN 182-3075) at MASDC as CF004 Jun 1976.  To Camp Bullis as ground 
trainer Dec 1983.  No wings by Apr 1999.
56-468 ... 56-488
Lockheed C-130A-6-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3076/3096.
468 (MSN 182-3076) crashed Sept 9, 1986 on landing at Ft. Campbell, KY.  3 killed.
469 (MSN 182-3077) converted under Pave Pronto to AC-130A. Named "Grim Reaper" with 711th SOS in Jun 1989.  
To Sheppard AFB as ground trainer in 1995.  To Hurlburt Field as gun trainer in 1998.
470 (MSN 182-3078) to AMARC as CF0071 Jul 1, 1987.
471 (MSN 182-3079) to AMARC as CF0087 Apr 23, 1990.
472 (MSN 182-3080, 211 TAS) shot down May 27, 1969 during approach to
Katum special forces camp, Phouc Vinh, SVN.  Scrapped on site.
473 (MSN 182-3081) to TBM Inc as firebomber N473TM Aug 1989.  Registered N473TM to Castle Air Museum
Foundatin Jun 18, 2015.
474 (MSN 182-3082) burned at Naha AB, Okinawa during refuelling Aug 27, 1963.
475 (MSN 182-3083) WFU at Chicago AP. Was in use with Illinois ANG as loadmaster tainer at Chicago
O'Hare Airport Nov 1992.  Now at Donaldson Center, Greenville, SC
476 (MSN 182-3084) to SVAF as 005.  Derelict at Than Son Nhut AB, Vietnam Nov 1998.
477 (MSN 182-3085, 41st TAS) shot down in Laos during Blind Bat flare drop May 22, 1968.
478 (MSN 182-3086) to firebomber with T&G Aviation as N116TG in 1989.  Bore
firefighting serial No 30, later No 82.  Crashed into hill
Sep 6, 2000 near Burzed, France while fighting fire.  2 out of 4 killed.
479 (MSN 182-3087) to SVAF.  Returned to USAF.  To Mexico for presidential flight
480 (MSN 182-3088, 35th TAS) crash landed at Special Forces Camp Bunard 
Apr 16, 1968.  Blown up.
481 (MSN 182-3089) to SVAF.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC as CF069 May 13, 1987.  
482 (MSN 182-3090) to SVAF.  Derelict at Than Son Nhut AB, Vietnam.
483 (MSN 182-3091) to SVAF.  Returned to USAF.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-374?. 
Scrapped at Lima. Cockpit preserved, on display at Peruvian Air Force Group 8 base, 
Lima international airport.
484 (MSN 182-3092) converted to C-130A-II, back to C-130A by Aug 1972.
To AMARC as CF063 Jan 1987.  To US Forest Service as
N137FF June 1988.  Reregistered to Hemet Flying Service
as N137FF Aug 1988.  Airframe never left AMARC.  To CF079
May 1989 and parted out.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
485 (MSN 182-3093) to AMARC as CF090 Jul 6, 1990.
486 (MSN 182-3094) to AMARC as CF075 Aug 18, 1987.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
487 (MSN 182-3095) converted to AC-130A, back to C-130A. Stored at Maranza AZ late 1989, then multiple registrations
9J-AFV, N6585H, N120TG, XA-RYZ, N487UN, 9J-RTM
488 (MSN 182-3096, 4442nd CCTS) crashed during go-around at Sewart AFB
Nov 26, 1962 when two engines were lost.
56-489 ... 56-509
Lockheed C-130A-7-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3097/3117
489 (MSN 182-3097) to South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975.
490 (MSN 182-3098, *Thor*) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  Shot down by AAA Dec 21, 1972 40 km NE of 
Paske, Laos.  2 crew parachuted to safety, 14 KIA when plane crashed.
491 (MSN 182-3099) converted to DC-130A.  To US Navy as BuNo 158229.  
492 (MSN 182-3100, 315th Air Division) veered off runway on takeoff at Le Shima, Japan after engine
failure May 2, 1964.
493 (MSN 182-3101) to JC-130A, then to RC-130S, back to C-130A.  To AMARC as CF089 May 1990.  On display at Davis-Monthan
AFB, Arizona.
494 (MSN 182-3102) to AMARC as CF100 Oct 28, 1991.  To battle damage repair
trainer 1995-1999.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
495 (MSN 182-3103) to South Vietnam AF Nov 1972, back to USAF by July 1973.
To AMARC as CF097 Aug 28, 1991.
496 (MSN 182-3104) used as camera ship in the movie "The Hunters" (1958).
To Hawkins & Powers as N8053R in May 1989.  Re-registered
N45R in Jun 1990, N134FF Jun 1993.  Stored as spare
parts source since Nov 1994.  The fuselage is at Hemet, CA in
use as ground test facility to make sure that loads will fit into
a Hercules.
497 (MSN 182-3105) to JC-130A, then to RC-130S, back to C-130A.  To AMARC as CF067 Apr 1987.  To ZF0002 Dec 1988.
To Hunter AAF/Ft. Stewart, GA Feb 1989 as ground trainer.
498 (MSN 182-3106) as ground trainer at Warner-Robins AFB, GA Mar 1992. Redesignated GC-130A
499 (MSN 182-3107, 41st TAS) crashed during three-engine takeoff Bu Dop, SVN 
Dec 12/13, 1969.
500 (MSN 182-3108) to South Vietnam AF, returned to USAF.  To civilian
market as N223MA June 1987.  To Multitrade
Aircraft Leasing, Inc of NV as N223MA July 1990.  To Military
Aircraft Restoration Corporation Feb 1992.  In Congo
and Angola for UN relief.  Now derelict at Luanda, Angola.
501 (MSN 182-3109, 95th TAS) crashed in sea on approach to Trujillo APT, Honduras
Jan 22, 1985.  All 21 onboard killed.
502 (MSN 182-3110, 817th TCS) crash-landed in bad weather, An Khe, SVN,
Dec 8, 1965.
503 (MSN 182-3111) to Air America as 503 Jun 14, 1967.  Returned to USAF Apr 19, 1971.  To AMARC as CF101 Dec 9, 1991.
504 (MSN 182-3112, 105th TAS) crashed near McMinnvile, TN Oct 2, 1980 when part of
wing leading edge fell off.  All 4 onboard killed. (ASN) 
Had been used in Laos by Air America with serial 604, but returned 
to USAF Sep  1972.
505 (MSN 182-3113) sold to South Vietnam Nov 1972.
506 (MSN 182-3114) w/o at Tuy Hoa, RVN Mar 26, 1966, after damaged by
hitting truck on runway.  Destroyed when towed by tank.
507 (MSN 182-3115) to Hawkins and Powers as N8055R May 1989. reg. to
Roy D. Reagan (Aug89); Rereg. N45S (Jun90). Reg. back to Hawkins &
Powers (Dec90) as N132HP. Stored Greybull, WY. for parts (Aug93). Possibly
rereg. to N4172Q?
508 (MSN 182-3116) sold to Fuerza Aerea Mexicana as 10607.  Derelict at
Santa Maria AB.
509 (MSN 182-3117) named the "Ultimate End," was accepted by the Air Force on February 28, 1957, and modified 
under Project Pave Pronto to the AC-130A configuration on July 27, 1970. The aircraft participated in the 
Vietnam conflict and the rescue of the SS Mayaguez. The "Ultimate End" demonstrated the durability of the 
C-130 after surviving hits in five places by 37mm anti-aircraft artillery on December 12, 1970, extensive 
left wing leading edge damage on April 12, 1971 and a 57mm round damaging the belly and 
injuring one crewmember on March 4, 1972.  "Ultimate End" was assigned to Duke Field on June 17, 1975, where it continued 
in service until retired in the fall of 1994 and transferred to Hurlburt Field's Air Park. While assigned to the 711th Special 
Operations Squadron at Duke Field, "Ultimate End" served in Operations JUST CAUSE, DESERT STORM and UPHOLD DEMOCRACY. 
"Ultimate End" retired from active service October 1, 1994. It made its last flight from Duke to Hurlburt on October 20, 1994.
Now on display at Air Commando Park at Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, Florida.
56-510 ... 56-530
Lockheed C-130A-8-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3118/3138
510 (MSN 182-3118) to Air America as 605 Nov 27, 1967.  Crashed on hilltop near
Long Tieng, Laos Apr 10, 1970.  All six crew killed.
511 (MSN 182-3119) to Hemet Valley Flying Service as N132FF in 1992 for use as
water bomber/chemical spray aircraft.  To Aero Firefighting Service
in 1997.  Stored at Memorial Field, Chandler, AZ.  Registration
N121TG reserved May 11, 2007, Taken up Jun 23, 2007.  With International Air Response, used in 2012 Chevrolet
Sonic skydiving commercials.
512 (MSN 182-3120) to MASDC as CF007 May 20, 1976.  Converted to ground trainer as GC-130.  Seen at Paul Garber facility
of NASM.
513 (MSN 182-3121) to MASDC as CF066.  Gone by May 20, 2001.
514 (MSN 182-3122) converted to DC-130A.  To MASDC as CF027 Jan 11, 1979.  Fuselage seen Oct 2007 at Aviation 
Warehouse, El Mirage, CA
515 (MSN 182-3123, 18th TCS) crashed during takeoff from Bitburg, Germany Dec 12, 1965.
516 (MSN 182-3124, 41th TAS) ditched off Okinawa Apr 10, 1970.
517 (MSN 182-3125) to ground trainer as GC-130A.  Destroyed on ground by Hurricane 
Andrew at Homestead AFB Aug 24, 1992.
518 (MSN 182-3126) to SVAF, later returned to USAF.  Now on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
519 (MSN 182-3127) converted to WC-130A, later back to C-130A.  To South Vietnam AF.
Seen derelict at Tan Son Nhut in 1999
520 (MSN 182-3128) at MASDC as CF014 May 26, 1976.  May have been used in CFR training
as GC-130A at Scott AFB, IL.
521 (MSN 182-3129) to South Vietnam AF. Destroyed on ground
at Song Be, Vietnam Dec 18, 1974.
522 (MSN 182-3130) converted to WC-130A, later back to C-130A.  To Peruvian Air Force. 
Sold. Fuselage used as ground trainer at Kelly AFB.  Noted Apr 2, 2004 as ground instructional
airframe with 433rd AW, 68th AS at Lackland AFB, TX.
523 (MSN 182-3131) to AMARC as CF082 Mar 7, 1990.
524 (MSN 182-3132) converted to C-130A-II, later converted to GC-130A ground trainer.  
Now at Goodfellow AFB.   I have a source which has this as going to SVAF for a time, but
later returned to USAF.
525 (MSN 182-3133) converted to C-130A-II.  Dropped from inventory Jun 1986.
Last seen configured as pseudo AC-130U and used as ground trainer at Rome, NY
526 (MSN 182-3134) crashed Sept 19, 1958 after midair collision with French AF fighter.
527 (MSN 182-3135) converted to DC-130A.   To MASDC as CF028 Jan 12, 1979.  Returned to service.
Back to MASDC as 2G002 Mar 15, 1979.  Must have been returned to service, back to MASDC as
CF030 May 6l 1980.  Returned to service again since back to 
AMARC as CF051 Jul 2, 1986.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
528 (MSN 182-3136) converted to C-130A-II.  Shot down by USSR MiG 17s near Yerevan, Armenia Sept 2, 1958
when aircraft strayed into Soviet controlled Armenia.  17 killed.
529 (MSN 182-3137) to AMARC as CF091 Aug 9, 1990.
530 (MSN 182-3138) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF064.  To Hemet Valley Flying Service as N131FF Jul 1990 for use as
water bomber/spray aircraft.  To N131HP in 1989.  Purchased by Aero Fire Fighting
Service in 1997.  As N125TG, noted stored without engines
at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona with International Air Response, Inc Feb 2009.
56-531 ... 56-551
Lockheed C-130A-9-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3139/3159.
531 (MSN 182-3139) registered as N531BA with Butler Aircraft of Redmond, Oregon
532 (MSN 182-3140) to South Vietnam AF as 004.  Derelict at Tan Son Nhut, Vietnam.  Moved to Khe Sanh for display.
Preserved at Khe Sanh Combat Base Museum in USAF markings
533 (MSN 182-3141) shot down Nov 24, 1969 near Bal Salou, Laos. All
8 onboard killed.
534 (MSN 182-3142) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF060.  To Hemet Valley Flying Service as N132FF
in 1988 as water bomber/spray aircraft.  To Hawkins and Powers Aviation
in 1989 as N131HP.  Parked in 2000.  Ond display Aug 2006 as M131HP at Museum of Flight and Aerial
Firefighting at South Big Horn county Airport, Greybull, Wyoming.  Noted stored without engines
at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona with Internationa Air Response, Inc in Feb 2009.
535 (MSN 182-3143) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF059.  To Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N133FF
536 (MSN 182-3144) sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 66.  To CP-2187 in 1996
537 (MSN 182-3145) converted to WC-130A, reverted back to C-130A.  Converted to C-130A-II.  
To N537TM Aug 1989.  To N130RR Dec 1990.  To XA-RSG in 1992.  Now with Bush Field Aircraft 
Co of Augusta, GA as N537UN.  Fuselage spotted in Tucson salvage yard near DMA
538 (MSN 182-3146) converted to C-130A-II.  To N134FF.  To Hawkins and Powers as N130HP.  
Crashed Jun 17, 2002.  The aircraft was dropping fire retardant material 
on a 10,000 acre forest fire near Walker, CA when the wings 
suddenly snapped off and the aircraft crashed near an auto parts store. 3 killed.
539 (MSN 182-3147) to MASDC as CF020 Jun 8, 1976.  Fuselage used as 314th Airlift Wing Aero Port
Squadron loading trainer until 2002, when moved to an area near
the Little Rock AFB alert ramp.  Scrapped winter 2003.
540 (MSN 182-3148) to C-130A-II in 1958, back to C-130A.  To AMARC as CF057 Aug 1986.
To Hemet Flying as tanker 82, registered N135FF.  Crashed into Pallette
Mountain, Califfornia due to explosion in right wing Aug 13, 1994.
All crew killed.
541 (MSN 182-3149) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF058.   On civil registry as N136FF
542 (MSN 182-3150) to Air America as 604 Feb 1970. Returned to USAF Nov 22, 1970
To South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975 with SVAF
543 (MSN 182-3151) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC as CF080 Oct 25, 1989.
544 (MSN 182-3152) to AMARC as CF084 Mar 27, 1990.
545 (MSN 182-3153) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  Used as ground trainer at Dobbins AFB.
To MASDC as CF019 Jun 6, 1976
546 (MSN 182-3154) Assigned to 317th TCW Evreux, France Jan 1958.  Crashed into mountain in Kenya in bad weather May 17, 1962.
547 (MSN 182-3155) used as ground trainer at Robins AFB
548 (MSN 182-3156) crashlanded at Phu Bai, SVN May 12, 1968.
549 (MSN 182-3157) crashed during night landing Phu Bai, SVN Mar 2, 1968.
550 (MSN 182-3158) used as ground trainer at Quonset Point ANGB.  In 2008 fuselage was airlifted on C-5
to Stratton ANB to be used as a ground trainer for the 107th AW NYANG.
551 (MSN 182-3159) to Peruvian Air Force. Sold to Chad Air Force as TT-PAC. W/o Nov 16, 1987.
56-1430 ... 56-1518
Convair F-102A-80-CO Delta Dagger
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1434,1460,1466,1474,1480,1487,1489,1496,
1509,1512 converted to PQM-102A.
1443,1475 converted to QF-102A.
1430,1433,1439,1446,1447,1449,1453,1456,1457,
1464,1471,1472,1476,1478,1488,1490,1494,1495,
1497 converted to PQM-102B.
1430 to MASDC as FJ274 Jun 5, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1431 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC Nov 24, 1969.  Fuselage spotted at Area R, China Lake, California Sep 2007.
1432 to MASDC as FJ218 May 26, 1971.  Was on display with Arkansas National Guard Museum, North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Moved to Palm Springs Air Museum, California in 2015.
1433 to MASDC as FJ095 Jan 24, 1970
1434 converted to PQM-102A.   Landing gear collapsed on piloted landing
at Crestview, FL Jan 30, 1976.  Aircraft suffered major damage, but
pilot was OK.  Aircraft never flew again, and was trucked to Eglin AFB,
then dumped on scrap heap.
1435 (18th FIS) crashed Mar 2, 1959
1436 (509th FIS, 405th FIW) seen burned out in 1970.
1438 to MASDC as FJ127 May 8, 1970
1439 to MASDC as FJ200 May 18, 1971
1441 (Texas ANG) Crashed May 31, 1963
1445 (18th FIS) crashed near Murtsmith AFB, MI Mar 10, 1958
1446 to MASDC as FJ289 Jun 27, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
1447 to MASDC as FJ292 Jul 5, 1974
1448 to MASDC as FJ093 Jan 21, 1970
1449 to MASDC as FJ186 Apr 15, 1971
1452 (59th FIS) crashed Aug 15, 1960
1453 to MASDC as FJ336 Oct 2, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1454 (76th FIS) crshed May 3, 1962
1455 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  to MASDC Nov 19, 1969.  Returned to service.  
Back to MASDC as FJ194 May 13, 1971.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 23, 1999
1456 to MASDC as FJ193 May 12, 1971
1457 to MASDC as FJ269 May 1, 1974.
1458 (460th FIS) crashed Nov 20, 1964
1462 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ167 Jan 8, 1971
1464 to MASDC as FJ222 Jun 3, 1971
1465 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC 
1468 (438th FIS) crashed Jun 5, 1959
1471 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ267 Apr 3, 1974
1472 to MASDC as FJ323 Sep 10, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1473 (438th FIS) in midair collision with B-47 near Calstock, Ontario Dec 17, 1959.  Pilot killed, 2 of 4 crew of
B-47 killed.
1475 to MASDC as FJ225 Jun 11, 1971
1476 to MASDC as FJ344 Oct 24, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB 
Sep 9, 1979 after completing three drone sorties.
1477 (59th FIS) lost Dec 13, 1962, Goose Bay, Labrador.
1478 to MASDC as FJ180 Apr 1, 1971
1479 (37th FIS) crashed Sep 11, 1959
1481 (Texas ANG) crashed Aug 21, 1968.  Pilot attempted ejection but was killed.
1482 to MASDC Feb 24, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
1483 to MASDC as FJ192 May 12, 1971
1484 (438th FIS) crashed Mar 14, 1959
1485 to MASDC Nov 16, 1969
1486 to MASDC as FJ114 Apr 9, 1970
1488 to MASDC as FJ178 Apr 1, 1971
1490 to MASDC as FJ199 May 17, 1971
1492 shot down by mistake by F-106 57-2458 Jul 7, 1965 26 NM from Tyndall AFB, FL.
Pilot parachuted into Gulf of Mexico and was rescued. 
1494 to MASDC as FJ257 Mar 13, 1974
1495 to MASDC as JF179 Apr 1, 1971
1497 to MASDC as FJ190 Apr 27, 1971
1498 (438 FIS) crashed Nov 10, 1958. 
1500 (64th FIS) crashed Apr 26, 1962
1501 to MASDC Nov 16, 1969 
1502 on display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota.
1503 to MASDC as FJ152 Jul 10, 1970
1505 was on display at Duluth IAP (MN).  Seen 2005 on display at Minot AFB, North Dakota.
1508 (Texas ANG) crashed Feb 23, 1963
1511 (37th FIS) crashed Sep 29, 1959
1514 to MASDC as FJ076 Jan 6, 1970
1515 to MASDC as FJ216 May 26, 1971.  Back to AMARC as FJ0384 Apr 9, 1998.  
To McChord AFB, Washington, to be used with another F-102 to create
a single aircraft for display.
1517 (157th FIS/SC ANG) collided with C-130 64-0558 during night training mission Dec 5, 1972.
All 12 occupants killed.
1518 to MASDC as FJ044 Nov 24, 1969
56-2467 ... 56-2696
Cessna L-19E Bird Dog
2467/2672 MSN 23589/23809. 
2673/2680 MSN 23832/23840.
2681/2696 MSN 23863/23878
Redesignated O-1E in 1962. Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2468 (MSN 23590) To Thai AF, to Thai Navy as 1305
2473 (MSN 23595) to MASDC Jun 4, 1971
2483 (MSN 23605) to MASDC Jun 28, 1971,  to Royal Thai AF under MAP as T2-30/15.  WFU Jun 28, 1971.
2491 (MSN 23613) 19th TASS) destroyed by direct rocket hit at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 11, 1968.
2493  (MSN 23615, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) crashed during a reconnaissance over Long An province, SVN Feb 2, 1966. 
Both crew killed.
2499 to Cambodian AF as 499
2504 (MSN 23696) to South Vietnam AF
2507 (MSN 23629) to MASDC Apr 27, 1971.  To Royal Thai AF.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
2524 to Canadian AF as 16732
2526 to Canadian AF as 16733
2528 to South Vietnam AF
2530 (MSN 23652, O-1F, 504th TASG, 19th TASS) crashed after midair collision with another aircraft at 
Ban Me Thout, SVN Aug 29, 1965.  Pilot killed. The another aircraft landed safely.
2534 (MSN 23656) to N62534
2536 to N6233
2546 to South Vietnam AF
2548 crashed in White Mountains of CA Aug 1958, killing the pilot.  Not discovered
until Sep 1959.
2553 to South Vietnam AF
2561 to Thailand Army
2562 to Thai AF, to Thai Army
2570 (MSN 23692) to Brazilian AF as 4064.  At Museu Aeroespacial, Rio
de Janeiro, Brazil.
2573 to Thai Army
2590 (MSN 23712) to Thai AF.  To Brazilian AF as 3155 and on display at Museu Aeroespacial do Campo dos Afonson,
Rio de Janeiro.
2592 to South Vietnam AF
2596 to South Vietnam AF
2599 (MSN 23721) registered as N48PF.
2603 used by Air America as Raven aircraft
2604 to Thai AF, coded 60406, and preserved.
2605 to South Vietnam AF
2608 modifiedl to O-1E.  Loaned to Australian Army in Vietnam from Aug 28, 1967.  Returned to US Army Feb 27, 1968
2612 (MSN 23734) to Royal Thai AF. Used by Air America as Raven aircraft.
2616 converted to O-1F
2620 (MSN 23757) to civil registry as N305AF
2622 to Cambodian AF as 622
2628 used by Air America as Raven aircraft
2635 to Cambodian AF as 635
2642 to South Vietnam Af
2643 (MSN 23765) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971.  With Royal Thai AF at ChiangMai as T2-30
2644 (MSN 23766) to Royal Thai AF. Used by Air America as Raven aircr
2650 to Korean Marines, to Thai AF
2651 crashed after takeoff from Chu Chi AB, South Vietnam Oct 16, 1968.  Pilot killed.
2655 to Thai AF
2656 crashed on takeoff at Bien Hoa AB Nov 20, 1969 when caught in wake turbulence of a C-130.  Pilot survived.
2659 (MSN 23781) to Royal Thai AF 2659, and preserved at Camp Suranaree AB Sep 2005.
2661 (MSN 23797) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971
2693 to Thai AF
57-453 ... 57-483
Lockheed C-130A-45-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3160/3190
453 (MSN 182-3160) named "Nite Train to Memphis" with 155th TAS of Tennessee AANG
in Oct 1991.  to AMARC as CF102 Dec 9, 1991.  Withdrawn from storage and restored to 
resemble 56-528 which was shot down over Soviet Armenia Sept 2, 1958.  Displayed at 
National Vigilance Park, near National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland.
454 (MSN 182-3161) crashed near Imlay City, MI Jul 26, 1975.
6 killed. (ASN)
455 (MSN 182-3162) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-393.  WFU Dec 2001 and broken up
456 (MSN 182-3163) to AMARC as CF076 Aug 18, 1987.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard
8/28/2000.
457 (MSN 182-3164) to AMARC as CF083 Mar 27, 1990.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
458 (MSN 182-3165) to AMARC as CF074 Aug 12, 1987
459 (MSN 182-3166) to Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N135HP
460 (MSN 182-3167) sold to South Vietnam, later returned.  On 3 April 1975, 1st Lt Pham-Quang-Khiem and Major 
Nguyen Huu Canh stole this C-130 to get his family out of Vietnam, flying to Singapore.   To NASM Museum.  Noted
Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
461 (MSN 182-3168) converted to DC-130A.  To MASDC as CF026 Jan 1, 1979.  To Navy registry as 2G0001
Mar 15, 1979.  To US Navy as 570461.  Withdrawn from use at NAS China Lake and SOC Jan 8, 2003
462 (MSN 182-3169) to MASDC as CF006 May 20, 1976.  To MacDill as tround trainer (fuselage only)
463 (MSN 182-3170) to AMARC as CF103 Jan 7, 1992.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
464 (MSN 182-3171) seen at Camp McCoy, WI in use as loading trainer with wings removed.
465 (MSN 182-3172) sold to South Vietnam.  W/o Apr 1975.
466 (MSN 182-3173) with TBM Inc, Redmond, OR as N466TM
467 (MSN 182-3174) hit bulldozer on takeoff Dak To, South Vietnam Oct 12, 1967.  4 crew OK, but the driver
of the bulldozer was killed.
468 (MSN 182-3175) crashed on takeoff at Ashiya, Japan May 20, 1959.  1 crew killed, plus 9 on the ground.
469 (MSN 182-3176) to ground trainer at Pitt AFRES base.
470 (MSN 182-3177) to Air America as 704 in 1965, returned to USAF Nov 1970.  to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-396.  
Received alternate civilian registration OB-1395 in 1987. Scrapped at Lima Dec 2001. Cockpit preserved, 
on display at Peruvian Air Force Group 8 base, Lima international airport
471 (MSN 182-3178) to GC-130 ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
472 (MSN 182-3179) sold to South Vietnam, later returned.   To ground trainer at Ft Bragg.
to MASDC as CF003 Mar 6, 1976.  
473 (MSN 182-3180) converted to C-130D, back to C-130A.  Sold to Chad AF as 
TT-PAD.  To Portuguese AF
474 (MSN 182-3181) converted to C-130D, back to C-130A.  Sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 61
475 (MSN 182-3182, 6315 OGP) crashed into mountain, Korat, Thailand Apr 24, 1965.
6 killed.
476 (MSN 182-3183) sold to Honduras AF as FAH 559.  W/o Mar 1991.
477 (MSN 182-3184) on ramp at Savannah IAP, Georgia as ground trainer.
478 (MSN 182-3185) fuselage on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
479 (MSN 182-3186) to TBM INC of Redmond, OR as N479TM
480 (MSN 182-3187) sold to Bolivia as TAM 62 in 1988.  One engine failed on takeoff and crashed at 
Guayaramerin, Bolivia Dec 21, 1989. 23 killed.
481 (MSN 182-3188) sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 63
482 (MSN 182-3189) to N8026J, to Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N133HP Mar 1989.  Noted stored at Coolidge
MAP, Arizona.
483 (MSN 182-3190) to MASDC as CF0065
57-484 ... 57-495
Lockheed C-130D-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3191/3202.  Originally C-130A, all converted to C-130D.
484 (MSN 182-3191) to to MASDC as CF047.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-383.  Broken up by Aug 1993
485 (MSN 182-3192) deployed to Antarctica in OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, name "Snowshoe".  Landed at South
Pole, Byrd, and McMurdo Stations.  To MASDC as CF011 May 25, 1976.  Now on display at 
Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, Minnesota, painted as 55-0016, which was lost in Vietnam
486 (MSN 182-3193) Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1958.
Deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, named "Great Dane".  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  Converted to GC-130D ground trainer at Sheppard AFB.
487 (MSN 182-3194) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations. Named :Sustlin Husky" wih Alaskan Air Command in Sep 1968.
Sold to Honduras as FAH 556.  Crashed near Wampusirpi, Honduras Aug 14, 1986
488 (MSN 182-3195) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  To MASDC as CF016 Jun 2, 1976.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
489 (MSN 182-3196) at Sheppard AFB, TX Feb 1992 as GC-130D ground trainer.
490 (MSN 182-3197) converted to GC-130D.  Now on display at Stratton ANGB, Scotia, New York.  
491 (MSN 182-3198) to MASDC as CF048.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-399.  
WFU by Apr 1990 and broken up by Aug 1993.  Was at one time ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW
line radar stations in 1960s.
492 (MSN 182-3199) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  Was at one time ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW line radar stations in 
1960s.  To AMARC as CF046 Apr 4, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  
493 (MSN 182-3200) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  to MASDC as CF042 Feb 22, 1985.  Now on display at Pima Air and 
Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
494 (MSN 182-3201) to MASDC as CF040 Feb 15, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Was at one time 
ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW line radar stations in 1960s.
495 (MSN 182-3202) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, named "Frozen Assets".  First C-130 to
land at South Pole.  Also landed at Byrd and McMurdo stations.  Crashed during landing on radar site on
Greenland ice cap June 5, 1972.  One on ground killed.
57-496 ... 57-497
Lockheed C-130A-45-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3203/3204.
496 (MSN 182-3203) converted to DC-130A.  To US Navy as 570496.  To MASDC as 2G0055 Jun 27, 2007.
497 (MSN 182-3204) converted to DC-130A.  To MASDC as CF024 Jan 8, 1979.  To US Navy Mar 13, 1979
as 570497.  Still configured as DC-130A.  As USN 570497 was oldest C-130 in US military service, 
was due to be replaced Spring 2006.  To AMARC as 2G0055 Jun 27, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory 
Jul 1, 2008.  In 2015 was on AMARC Celebrity Row.
57-498 ... 57-509
Lockheed C-130A-50-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3205/3216
For RAAF as A97-205/A97-216
A97-205 (57-498, MSN 182-3205) call sign VM-JLA.  Delivered Nov 8, 1958, to 86 Wing, 
36 Sqn, 486 Sqn. Jul 3, 1978 for sale at Laverton, registered N22660 (Not Taken Up) 
May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas., registered N205FA 
Sep 1978.  Fuselage to Holsworth Army Barracks Mar 1989.
A97-206 (57-499, MSN 182-3206) callsign VM-JLB.  To 86 Wing, 36 Sqn, 486 Sqn.
Mar 21, 1978 for sale at Laverton, N22669 (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global 
Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas.  Still located in 21 Sqn hangers at
Laverton on Jan 29, 1987.  Registered to Aboitz Air Transport, Philippines as RP-R3206,
RP-C3206 Jul 1988.  Reported now broken up for spares.
A97-207 (57-500, MSN 182-3207) callsign VM-JLC.  Delivered Nov 25, 1958 at cost of 
$1,066,922 to 86 wing, 36 Sqn, (Jul 4, 1968 an ultrasonic inspection after being 
spun 6 times during a demonstration of stalls and spins. The aircraft flew 20 knots 
slower than the rest of the fleet and it was suspected the tail plane was slightly bent). 
To 486 Sqn.  Registered N2267B (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax 
of Fort Worth, Texas.  Registered N22FV Nov 27, 1985.  To Liberia as EL-ALM for 
use for relief flights for International Red Cross.  Stored at Avalon Vic Dec 5, 1986.  
To Laverton Jan 1987.  Registered N207GM Mar 1989.  To Lockheed Nov 1992 and put into 
storage.  Broken up at OGMA ÐIndustria Aeronautica De Portugal, SA Oficinas Gerais 
De Material, Aeronautico.
A97-208 (57-501, MSN 182-3208) callsign VM-JLD.  Delivered Aug 12, 1958. To 86 Wing, to 36 Sqn, 
to 486 Sqn.   Registered N2267N (NTU) for Global Jet
Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, TX.  Seen at Avalon as HK-3017X, later as SH-3017, but
then deleted.  Sold to French government Sep 4, 1983 and left Australia, registered
N4445V Sep 23, 1983.  Then to Chad AF at TT-PAA Dec 13, 1983
A97-209 (57-502, MSN 182-3209) call sign VM-JLG, delivered Nov 20, 1958.  To 86 Wing.
Registered N2267P (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, 
Texas.  Fuselage used for Loadmaster training at RAAF Richmond. Destroyed Dec 3, 2001 in 
a freak storm at RAAF Richmond after being blown over and moving 20 meters, 
later scrapped.  The remains of the airframe have been buried at RAAF Richmond.
A97-210 (57-503, MSN 182-3210) call sign VM-JLH, delivered Jan 5, 1959. Registered 
N2267U (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, 
Texas. Registered N12FV Feb 21, 1986.  Returned to Australian Government, Oct 24, 1986. 
Registered RP-R3210, later registered RP-C3210 Jul 1988 to Aboitz Air Transport in the Philippines. 
Reported now broken up for spares.
A97-211 (57-504, MSN 182-3211) call sign VM-JLJ, delivered Jan 5, 1959.  Registered 
N2267W (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
Registered N5394L Jul 1984.  Returned to Australia.  Registered to Aboitz Air Transport RP-C3211 Jul 1988. 
Seen in Manila with no engines, Mar 8, 1991.  Reported now broken up for spares.
A97-212 (57-505, MSN 182-3212) call sign VM-JLK, delivered Jan 5, 1959.  Registered as 
N2268A (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
Seen at Laverton painted as HK-3016X and later SH-3016 Jun 1983 but later deleted. 
Registered N13FV Feb 1985, registered N213DW Mar 1989, registered N130PS Apr 1995. 
Currently believed operating as a skydiving aircraft by Cherry Aviation Services in the 
USA as N131EC.
A97-213 (57-506, MSN 182-3213) call sign VM-JLL, delivered Jan 5, 1959.  Registered as 
N2268G (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
Returned to Australia.  Registered as RP-C3213 Jul 1988 to Aboitz Air Transport in the Philippines. 
Reported now broken up for spares.
A97-214 (57-507, MSN 182-3214) call sign VM-JLM, delivered Mar 3, 1959.  Registered as 
N2268N (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
Trucked from Laverton to RAAF Museum at Point Cook, VIC.
A97-215 (57-508, MSN 182-3215) call sign VM-JLN, delivered Mar 3, 1959.  Registered as 
N2268V (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas.  
Sep 25, 1978 struck off charge by the RAAF.  Oct 4, 1983 registered to Ford & Vlahos of San 
Francisco as N4469P.  Dec 2, 1983 leased to Hayes Industries at Birmingham, 
Alabama.  Apr 1, 1986 to ITT Commercial Finance Corp, St Louis Missouri.  Apr 7, 1987 
as N4469P with Herc Airlift Corp. named 'Leanne Marie' in Chandler, AZ. Jun 1988 
to African Air Trans Inc. Miami, FL. Jan 1989 to African Cargo Inc. Miami, FL. 
Mar 1995 to Zotti Group Aviation Inc. Miami, FL still as N4469P.  Dec 1996 
registered to Airline Marketing Consultants, Miami, FL. Late 1997 broken up 
at Fort Lauderdale, FL for spares.
A97-216 (57-509, MSN 182-3216) call sign VM-JLP, delivered Mar 3, 1959.  Registered 
N2268W (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
Registered HK-3017X Jun 1983, but sale to Columbia vetoed by US authorities.  Registered 
N15FV Feb 1985.  Registered N216CR Mar 1989. Mar 14, 1993 flown to Lockheed and put into 
storage.  Later broken up at OGMA ÐIndustria Aeronautica De Portugal, S.A. 
Oficinas Gerais De Material, Aeronautico.
57-510 ... 57-524
Lockheed RC-130A-55-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3217/3231.
All deconverted to C-130A except 523 which was converted to DC-130A. 
510 (MSN 182-3217) to Mexican AF as 10610.  Was presidential support aircraft
by Oct 1993.  Crashed Sep 17, 1999 in mountains 80 km NE of Mexico City
511 (MSN 182-3218) to Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N134HP 
512 (MSN 182-3219) to International Air Response, Chandler, AZ as N118TG tanker aircraft
513 (MSN 182-3220) with Hawkins and Powers Aviation of Greybull, WY as N8230H
514 (MSN 182-3221) named "Miassis Dragon"  with 127th TFW, Michigan ANG in Jun 1989.  On display at Selfridge 
ANG Museum, Michigan.
515 (MSN 182-3222) converted back to RC-130A.  Assigned to Aerospace Cartographic and Geodetic Service, noted
1971.   To ground trainer at Eglin ABDR.
516 (MSN 182-3223) to ground trainer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD
517 (MSN 182-3224) converted to C-130A.  To MASDC May 26, 1976 as CF012.  
To HP1162 in 1990, to N9539G Oct 1990, to N3226B.
To Mexican civil registry as XA-RSH.  WFU
518 (MSN 182-3225) converted to C-130A.  To MASDC May 26, 1976 as CF013.  
To N9691N, to Mexican civil regiatry as XA-RYZ in 1993.  Now on 
static display at front gate of Little Rock AFB, AK.  
519 (MSN 182-3226) to CIA at Langley Oct 1989.  
520 (MSN 182-3227) degraded to C-130A in 1969.  To Hemet Valley Flying Service as
N138FF in 1998 for use as water bomber/chemical spray aircraft.  As N119TG noted stored without
engines at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona with International Air Response, Inc Feb 2009.  Noted
in engineering hanger at Van Nuys, California Nov 2013.  Restored to airworthy condition.
521 (MSN 182-3228) converted to C-130A.  Sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 69 in 1988.
To CP-2184.
522 (MSN 182-3229) scrapped at Wright Patterson AFB.
523 (MSN 182-3230) converted to GC-130A, redesignated DC-130A Sep 18, 1962. To MASDC as CF023 Apr 6, 1978.
To civil registry as N3226A.  To N3439Q, to N3149B.  Noted at Minden 
Air Corps yard 8/28/2000.
524 (MSN 182-3231) delivered to USAF base at RAF Mildenhall, England Sep 25, 1989 for use in 
battle damage repair training
57-525 ... 57-529
Lockheed C-130B-1-LM Hercules
MSN 282-3501/3505
All converted to JC-130B, but all reverted to C-130B.
525 (MSN 282-3501) to Ecuador AF as FAE 894
526 (MSN 282-3502) modified to JC-130B, to C-130B, then to NC-130B, now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
527 (MSN 282-3503) to Turkish AF Dec 1991 as 70527
528 (MSN 282-3504) to MASDC as CF052, returned to service.
529 (MSN 282-3505) to AMARC as CF115 then to Ecuador AF as FAE 896
57-1303 ... 57-1311
Lockheed F-104B-10-LO Starfighter
MSN 283-5015/5023.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1303 (MSN 283-50150 Delivered to the USAF Oct 2, 1958
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 3, 1958 to Dec 16, 1959
Registered as NASA 71303
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Dec 16, 1959 to 1978
Registered as NASA 71303.  Registered as NASA 819 1977.  Registered as N819NA; cancelled.
Last NASA flight 21Apr78 and flown to AMARC, AZ.  Transferred to McClellan AFB, California on June 16, 1983. 
(It was flown to the museum in a C-130 on July 13, 1983.  On display at Aerospace Museum of California, 
McClellan, California
1304 to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 925.  On display Dec 2010 at Irbid.
1305 to MASDC as FB012 Dec 5, 1967.  Returned to service with
AFTC, Edwards AFB.  Back to MASDC as FB042 Oct 14, 1972. 
1306 w/o Jan 22, 1964 near Eglin AFB, Florida
1307 w/o Apr 11, 1967. 
1308 crashed shortly after takeoff from Edwards AFB Feb 18, 1964.
Both crew ejected safely.
1309 (MSN 283-5021) to Pakistan in 1961.  Reported winter 2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum,
Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
1310 to Taiwan as 4122
1311 (157th FIS/SC ANG) crashed on final approach to Moron AB, Spain following engine
failure Jan 29,1 962.  One crew member ejected safely, the other was killed.
58-0711 ... 58-0758
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0711 (MSN 282-3506) converted to C-130B-II.   to Botswana AF as OM-1
0712 (MSN 282-3507) converted to C-130C then to NC-130B.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, 
NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 30, 1961 to Dec 20, 1961.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Feb 27, 1963 to May 23, 1963
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Nov 16, 1963 to Nov 5, 1967
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. Used boundary-layer control over 
the flaps, drooped ailerons, elevator, and rudder to augment lift. 
Two engine pods were attached to the wing of the aircraft for the sole purpose of providing 
bleed air for the entire boundary-layer control system.  To MASDC
as CF0001 Jan 1, 1968.   Registered as N929NA to NASA Moffett Field, CA Sep 10, 1969.
Stored back at AMARC Nov 4, 2000.
Registered as N707NA to NASA Moffett Field, CA; sale reported Jul 31, 2001, cancelled Feb 20, 2013.
0713 (MSN 282-3508) converted to JC-130B. To MASDC as CF053, back to service.  
To AMARC as CF096 Jul 16, 1991.
0714 (MSN 282-3509) converted to JC-130B and then to VC-130B.  To AMARC as CF098 Oct 3, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated wing center
box to C-130 70-1262
0715 (MSN 282-3510) converted to JC-130B. To AMARC as CF124 Mar 31, 1993.  
Left AMARC Jul 2001 for transfer to Tunisian AF as Z21120
0716 (MSN 282-3511) converted to JC-130B, later to NC-130B. To AMARC as CF162 Sep 26, 1994.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0717 (MSN 282-3512) to JC-130B, then to NC-130B.  To MASDC as CF054.  Delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1006.
Withdrawn from use by Colombian AF July 2003
0718 (MSN 282-3513) destroyed in explosion over Chu Lai, SVN Oct 6, 1969.
0719 (MSN 282-3514) converted to JC-130B.  Collided with 58-0730 at Forbes AFB during engine run-up test 
Jan 11, 1965.  One of the planes was being prepared for departure and after the
engines were started, the plane jumped its chocks and
crashed into the other.  Both aircraft burned and were written off.  
0720 (MSN 282-3515) suffered damage in a tornado, repaired.  To AMARC as CF133 Aug 12, 1993.
To Argentina AF as TC-56 Feb 1994.
0721 (MSN 282-3516) Jan 2, 1975 at New Orleans NAS in crash after
engine failure.
0722 (MSN 282-3517) cargo exploded on ground at Bao Loc, South Vietnam Apr 16, 1967.
0723 (MSN 282-3518) converted to C-130B-II.  Sold to Greek AF as 723.
0724 (MSN 282-3519) sold to Singapore AF.  Converted to KC-130B in 1988
0725 (MSN 282-3520) converted to WC-130B and then back to C-130B.  To Philippine AF as 725
0726 (MSN 282-3521) converted to WC-130B and then back to C-130B.  To Colombian AF 
Oct 1991 as FAC 1010.
0727 (MSN 282-3522) converted to GC-130B.  to Colombia in Dec 1992.  Returned to 
Sheppard AFB where it is now used as ground instructional trainer.  Noted Mar 10, 2004
stored with Fire Department at Sheppard AFB, TX
0728 (MSN 282-3523) to Tunisian AF as Z21116
0729 (MSN 282-3524) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF095 Mar 19, 1991.
Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  cockpit noted at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona in 2014.
Previously at Williams Gateway, Arizona.
0730 (MSN 282-3525) collided with 58-0719 during engine run-up test at Forbes AFB Jan 11, 1965.
One of the planes was being prepared for departure, and after
the engines were started, the plane jumped its chocks and
crashed into the other.  Both aircraft burned and were written off.
0731 (MSN 282-3526) converted to WC-130B then to NOAA as N6541C Mar 1972,
later reserialed N8037.  Back To USAF in 1981, converted back to 
C-130B.  To AMARC as CF106 Apr 28, 1992.  To South African AF as 408 Oct 1996.
0732 (MSN 282-3527) crashed near Evansville, IN during simulated engine failure Feb 6, 1992.  5 onboard killed,
plus 11 on ground killed.
0733 (MSN 282-3528) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Ecuador AF as FAE 896.
0734 (MSN 282-3530) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Was damaged in
nose and fuselage and was repaired in 1962 using parts from 58-0745.
To AMARC as CF0141 Nov 23, 1993.  To South Africa as 409
0735 (MSN 282-3531).  Damaged beyond repair Sept 1989 during landing while being delivered to 
Colombia as FAC 1007.  W/o Jul 3, 1991, so must have been repaired
0736 (MSN 282-2532) to Turkey Mar 1991 as 80736
0737 (MSN 282-3534) crashed in South Vietnam Jun 9, 1967 due to 
structural failure.  All 10 aboard killed.
0738 (MSN 282-3535) to Philippine AF as 738
0739 (MSN 282-3536) to Pakistan AF
0740 (MSN 282-3537) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B, and then to GC-130B.  Destroyed on ground by
Hurricane Andrew at Homestead AFB Aug 24, 1992.
0741 (MSN 282-3538) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To MASDC as CF110.  Later
sold to Argentina AF as TC-58.
0742 (MSN 282-3539) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF153 Jun 16, 1994.  
Later to Botswana AF as OM-3.
0743 (MSN 282-3540) destroyed in rocket attack on ground at Tan Son Nhut, SVN Feb 18, 1963.
0744 (MSN 282-3541) to AMARC as CF126 May 12, 1993.  Uruguay AF as FAU 593
0745 (MSN 282-3543) Aviation Safety Network
has this plane as being destroyed by fire on ground at Evreux, France
in Oct 1961.  Another report has this plane being damaged in a landing accident, and
the wings and center section were towed 600 miles to Spangdahlem
AB in Germany Dec 1962 and were used to repair the nose and fuselage
of 58-0734
0746 (MSN 282-3544) to AMARC as CF131 Jul 16, 1993.  To Botswana AF as OM-2
0747 (MSN 282-3545) converted to WC-130B.  To AMARC as CF0107 Apr 29, 1992.  
To Philippine AF as 3545
0748 (MSN 282-3546) sold to Indonesian AF as T-1301. To Pelita as PK-VHD in 1978.  To Indonesian
af as A-1301 in 1982.  W/o in hard landing at Bandung.
0749 (MSN 282-3547) sold to Philippine AF as 749
0750 (MSN 282-3549) converted to JC-130B.  To AMARC as CF123 Mar 11, 1993.  To Bolivian AF
0751 (MSN 282-3550) to AMARC as CF0158 then to Tunisian AF as Z21113/TS-MTC
0752 (MSN 282-3551) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Chilean AF as 997.  Noted Jan 2011 at
National Air and Space Museum, Santiago awaiting restoration.
0753 (MSN 282-3552) to AMARC as CF112 Aug 19, 1992.  To Philippine AF as 3552
0754 (MSN 282-3553) to AMARC as CF157 Sep 12, 1994.  Pulled for sale
to Bangladesh Nov 3, 1999.  Delivered to Bangladesh AF Oct 2002, where it carries the 
Bangladesh AF serial of 80754 (it also carries S3-AGA)
0755 (MSN 282-3556) to MASDC as CF0092.  To Singapore AF as KC-130B 721 in 1988
0756 (MSN 282-3557) converted to JC-130B, then to C-130B.  To Singapore AF as
721 in 1977.  To KC-130B for Singapore AF.
0757 (MSN 282-3558) sold to Colombia.  Returned to USAF before 1992. 
To AMARC as CF121 Feb 3, 1993.  Removed from AMARC for delivery to Tunisian AF
as Z21120/TS-MTJ.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008, so
maybe it did not go to Tunisian AF
0758 (MSN 282-3559) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC  as CF113 
Sep 8, 1992.   To Bolivian AF as TAM 60. Crashed Jan 14, 2000 on takeoff from Chimorre, Bolivia.
58-5396 ... 58-5397
Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules 
Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard 
5396 (MSN 282-3529) to US Coast Guard as 1339
5397 (MSN 282-3533) to US Coast Guard as 1340
Redesignated HC-130G and then HC-130B
58-6973 ... 58-6974
Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules
6973 (MSN 282-3542) to US Coast Guard as 1341.
6974 (MSN 282-3548) to US Coast Guard as 1342
Redesignated HC-130G and then HC-130B
59-0241 ... 59-0390
Cessna T-37A-CE
MSN 40403/40552.  All converted to T-37B.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0258/0277 sold to Chile
0245,0260,0278,0279,0284 sold to Pakistan
0248,0250,0251,0262 sold to Turkey
0288,0313,0344 sold to South Vietnam
0305,0306,0310,0312,0314,0318,0323,0327,0328,0331,0371,0384,0385,0388,0389 sold
to Turkey.
0242 (MSN 40404, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0207 May 5, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0245 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0246 (MSN 40408) to AMARC Sep 2008
0247 (MSN 40409) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0418 Mar 5, 2008
0249 (MSN 40411, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0236 Oct 5, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0253 (MSN 40415, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0315 May 19, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0254 (MSN 40416) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0431 Apr 10, 2008
0255 (MSN 40417, T-37B) To AMARC as TE0159 Mar 26, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0256 sold to Colombia
0257 (MSN 40419, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0232 Sep 10, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0258 (MSN 40420) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-386
0260 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0261 (MSN 40423) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To Chilean
AF.  To AMARC as TE0093 Sep 18, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0263 (MSN 40425, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0394 Aug 22, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0265 (MSN 40427, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0149 Mar 4, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0267 (MSN 40429, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0284 Aug 12, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0268 (MSN 40430) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To Chilean
AF.  To AMARC as TE0072 Jul 29, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0269 (MSN 40431, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0269 Apr 15, 2005
0270 (MSN 40432, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0226 Aug 20, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0272 (MSN 40434, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0413 Feb 21, 2008
0273 (MSN 40435, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0247 Nov 30, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0274 (MSN 40436, T-37B) now on static display at Columbus, Mississippi, in 
the town, not at the AFB.
0275 (MSN 40437) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To Chilean
AF.  To AMARC as TE0426 Apr 23, 2008
0276 (MSN 40438, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0185 Aug 29, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0277 (MSN 40439) coverted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-387
0278 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0279 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0280 (MSN 40442, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0231 Sep 8, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0282 (MSN 40444, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0092 Sep 18, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0283 (MSN 40445, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0169 Jun 18, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0284 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0285 (T-37B) to AMARC Apr 13, 2009.
0286 (MSN 40448, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 59286
0289 (MSN 40451, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0006 Sep 11, 1991. Now at
Yankee Fighter Museum, Chino, CA
0290 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0291 (MSN 40453, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0256 Jan 21, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0294 (MSN 40456, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0106 Sep 26, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0296 (MSN 40458, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 59296
0299 (MSN 40461, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0245 Nov 30, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0300 (MSN 40462) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-394.  Preserved Dec 2012 in Museo Nacional Aeronautico
y del Espacio, Los cerrillos, Santiago.
0302 (MSN 40464) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-397
0303 (MSN 40465, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0301 Feb 21, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0304 (MSN 40466, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0262 Feb 25, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0308 (MSN 40470, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0214 Jun 18, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0311 (MSN 40473, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0228 Aug 27, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0316 (T-37B) to AMARC Apr 10, 2009
0320 (MSN 40437, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0402 Sep 12, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0321 (MSN 40483, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0183 Aug 22, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0322 collided in midair with C-130 62-1813 over Little Rock AFB Feb 18, 1972.  All 5 onboard the C-130 killed,
the two crewmembers of the T-37 ejected safely.
0324 on display at Ames, Oklahoma in 2014.
0325 (MSN 40487, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0303 Feb 24, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0326 (MSN 40488, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0147 Feb 28, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0329 (MSN 40491, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0188 Sep 19, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0330 (MSN 40492, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0118 May 2, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0332 (MSN 40494, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0415 Feb 21, 2008
0333 (MSN 40495, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0339 Oct 17, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0334 (MSN 40496, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0124 May 16, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0335 (MSN 40497, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0408 Feb 12, 2008
0337 (MSN 40499, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0184 Aug 29, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0338 (MSN 40500, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0008 Sep 13, 1991.
0339 (MSN 40501) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC 
as TE0255 Jan 13, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0340 (MSN 40502) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0435 Apr 15, 2008
0341 (MSN 40503, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0114 Apr 10, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0342 (MSN 40504, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0197 Mar 5, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0343 (c;n 40505) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0417 Apr 24, 2008
0345 (MSN 40507, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0109 Mar 19, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0347 (MSN 40509) converted to T-37B.  To Pakistan AF.  To AMARC as TE0313 May 4, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0350 (MSN 40512, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0004 Sep 11, 1991.  Returned to service 1997, later to Yankee Fighter
Museum, Chino, CA
0351 (MSN 40513, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0165 May 20, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0352 (MSN 40514) converted to T-37B.  To Pakistan AF
0354 (MSN 40516, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0115 Apr 10, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0355 (MSN 40517, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0401 Sep 12, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0356 (MSN 40518, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0130 Sep 13, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0357 (MSN 40519, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0074 Jul 31, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0358 (MSN 50520, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0381 May 24, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0359 (MSN 40521) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-395
0360 (MSN 40522, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0101 Sep 21, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0361 on display with Perrin Field Historical Society, Denison, Texas
0363 (MSN 40525) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.
To AMARC as TE0307 Mar 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0364 (MSN 40526) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-393.  W/o
0365 (MSN 40527, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0094 Sep 18, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0366 (MSN 40528, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0265 Mar 18, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0368 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0369 (MSN 40531, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0155 Mar 19, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0370 (MSN 40532) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 90370 and stored at BAF Base Matiou Rahman, Jessore
in Apr 2013.
0374 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0375 (MSN 40537, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0166 Jun 3, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0376 (MSN 40538, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0200 Mar 25, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0377 (MSN 40539, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0091 Sep 18, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0378 (MSN 40540, T-37B) to AMARC as TE054 Dec 5, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0379 (MSN 40541) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0424 Apr 23, 2008
0380 (MSN 40542, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0374 Apr 9, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0382 (MSN 40544, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0252 Dec 1, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0383 (T-37B) noted pole-mounted at Highland Lakes Air Museum, Burnet, Texas Apr 12, 2003
0386 (MSN 40548, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0131 Sep 13, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0387 (MSN 40549, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0227 Aug 25, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0390 (MSN 40552, T-37B) to AMARC as TE020 Sep 20, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
59-1524 ... 59-1537
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
1524 (MSN 282-3560) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Bolivian AF as TAM66.
1525 (MSN 282-3561) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF099 Oct 9, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated center
wing box to C-130 70-1273
1526 (MSN 282-3563) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Argentina AF as TC-57 Nov 1994
1527 (MSN 282-3568) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Turkish AF in 1991 or 1992 as
91527. Returned to AMARC 1992.  To Rumanian AF Oct 1996 as 5927. 
1528 (MSN 282-3571) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Tunisian AF as Z21117/TS-MTG
1529 (MSN 282-3569) to AMARC as CF108 Apr 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated center
wing box to C-130 70-1276
1530 (MSN 282-3576) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Romanian AF in 1996 as 5930 Nov 1996
1531 (MSN 282-3579) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To ground trainer at Kelly AFB,
noted Oct 14, 2004 in use as instructional airframe at
Lackland AFB, TX.  Now part of the History and Tradition Museum
at Lackland and will be used for security forces training.
1532 (MSN 282-3581) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  to Bolivian AF as TAM 67   
Crashed Dec 31, 1994 during 3-engine takeoff from Trinidad, Bolivia.
1533 (MSN 282-3586) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  to Tunisian AF as Z21114/TS-MTD
1534 (MSN 282-3570) skidded off runway May 27, 1961.
1535 (MSN 282-3585) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Colombia in Dec 1992 as FAC 1011.
Noted on dump at Bogota, Colombia September 1997  
1536 (MSN 282-3588) to AMARC as CF142 Nov 30, 1993.  To Bolivian AF
1537 (MSN 282-3589) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  to AMARC as CF144 Dec 15, 1993.  Pulled Dec 10, 
1999 for sale to Bangladesh AF as 91537/S3-AGB
59-1538 ... 59-1539
cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130B
59-5922 ... 59-5925
Lockheed C-130B Hercules 
for US Navy As UV-1L BuNo 148318/148321
5922 MSN 282-3562
5923 MSN 282-3564
5924 MSN 282-3565
5925 MSN 282-3567
59-5957 ... 59-5957
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
MSN 282-3584.  To AMARC as CF132 Aug 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC 
inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Has donated center wing box to
C-130 70-1272
60-0293 ... 60-0310
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0293 (MSN 282-3591, 772nd TAS) crashed after overrunning
runway in aborted takeoff at An Khe, South Vietnam Jun 17, 1967.
0294 (MSN 282-3593) to Philippine AF as 294
0295 (MSN 282-3596) to Uruguay AF as FAU 592.  To civil registry as CX-BQX
0296 (MSN 282-3597) to Greek AF.
0297 (MSN 282-3600, 774th TAS) shot down by ground fire during takeoff from beleaguered Kham Duc Special 
Forces camp near Da Nang, SVN May 12, 1968.  Crew of 6 and 149 passengers all
killed.
0298 (MSN 282-3602) shot down Apr 26, 1968 20 mi SW of Hue, SVN.
All 8 onboard killed.
0299 (MSN 282-3603) to AMARC as CF0122 Feb 25, 1993.  Now with Tunisian AF as Z21118
0300 (MSN 282-3604) to Greek AF as 300.
0301 (MSN 282-3610) to Jordanian AF
0302 (MSN 282-3611) to KC-130B. Served with Royal Jordanian AF as 142.   To Singapore AF as 724 in 1977.
0303 (MSN 282-3613) to Greek AF as 303
0304 (MSN 282-3612) to Jordanian AF as 340
0305 (MSN 282-3614) to Indonesian AF as A-1311
0306 (MSN 282-3617) to Indonesian AF as A-1312
0307 (MSN 282-3618, 773rd TAS) crashed on takeoff, Tay Ninh, South Vietnam Feb 17, 1967.
0308 (MSN 282-3620) to KC-130B.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 143.  To Singapore AF as 725 in 1977.
0309 (MSN 282-3621) to Indonesian AF as A-1313
0310 (MSN 282-3622) to Chilean AF as 994
60-0311 ... 60-0312
Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules
MSN 282-3594/3595
Bought on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard.
To USCG as 1344/1345.  
60-5450 ... 60-5453
Lockheed C-130B Hercules 
for Canada as 10301/10304
5450 (MSN 282-3572) to Canadian Forces as 10301.  Returned to Lockheed in mid 1960s.
Registered as N4652 for ferry purposes.  To Colombian AF in Jan 1969 as FAC 1003.  
W/o Oct 16, 1982 when ditched in Atlantic Ocean after running out of fuel enroute
Azores-Bermuda due to navigation system failure.  Aircraft remained afloat for two
days.  5 of 13 aboard killed.
5451 (MSN 282-3575) to Canadian Forces as 10302.  Returned to Lockheed in mid 1960s.
Registred as N4653 for ferry purposes.  To Colombian AF as FAC 1001.  WFU Jul 1998
5452 (MSN 282-3587) to Canadian Forces as 10303.  Returned to Lockheed in mid-1960s.
Registered as N4654 for ferry purposes.  To Colombian AF as FAC 1002.  Crashed
and burned at Bogota, Columbia Aug 8, 1969.
5453 (MSN 282-3590) to Canadian Forces as 10304.  Pancaked into field near North 
Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada Apr 15, 1966 after explosive decompression.
61-0948 ... 61-0972
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0948 (MSN 282-3624) to Greek AF as 948.
0949 (MSN 282-3625) to MASDC as CF0154.  To Tunisian AF as Z21113
0950 (MSN 282-3626) to Romanian AF as 6150.   Reported Jan 2003 to be stored
0951 (MSN 282-3628) to AMARC as CF0104.  Converted to C-130J
0952 (MSN 282-2629) crashed Pleiku, SVN.  I have it as going to AMARC as CF0120 Jan 15, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0953 (MSN 282-3630, 29th TCS) crashed short of runway at Pleiku, South Vietnam Mar 29, 1966
0954 (MSN 282-3633) to AMARC as CF0137 Oct 5, 1993.  Pulled from AMARC Jun 15, 1997 but sale fell
through.  Has gone to Philippine AF as 0954.  Went to Ethiopian
AF before going to Philippine AF.  Appears to have been reserialled
3633, noted at Mactan AB, Cebu Mar 24, 2006.
0955 (MSN 282-3634) crashed on landing at Ft. Campbell, KY Oct 25, 1966.
Hull salvaged and used by Army for ground training of jumpers. Everything usable was taken to AMARC.
I also have a report of this plane as crashing after overruning
Cam Ranh Bay, AVN Oct 25, 1966, but this report seems to be incorrect.
0956 (MSN 282-3635) to Colombian AF Apr 1992 as FAC 1012.  Withdrawn from use by Colombian AF July 2003
0957 (MSN 282-3637) to Chilean AF as 993.
0958 (MSN 282-3639) to AMARC as CF0109 May 21, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Has donated center wing
box to C-130 70-1263.
0959 (MSN 282-3642) to AMARC as CF0093 Jan 23, 1991
0960 (MSN 282-3643) to Turkish AF Dec 1991 as 10960
0961 (MSN 282-3646) to Philippine AF as 961
0962 (MSN 282-3647) converted to JC-130B then to C-130B.  Converted as NC-130B.  To
AMARC as CF0135 Sep 27, 1993.  Pulled from AMARC Jul 26, 1999 for delivery to
Bangladesh AF as 10962
0963 (MSN 282-3648) converted to JC-130B then to C-130B.  to Turkey Mar 1991 as 10963
0964 (MSN 282-3649) to AMARC as CF0111.  To Argentina AF as TC-59.  Reportedly withdrawn
after an accident in 2002.
0965 (MSN 282-3652) shot down NE of Detachment A-322, Katum Special Forces
Camp, SVN, Jun 23, 1969.
0966 (MSN 282-3653) to AMARC as CF0138 Oct 13, 1993.  To Romanian AF as 6166
0967 (MSN 282-3654, 774th TAS) crashed Khe Sanh, SVN due to engine failure Apr 13, 1968
0968 (MSN 282-3655) to Bolivian AF as TAM 68
0969 (MSN 282-3656) to AMARC as CF0129 Jun 30, 1993.  To Argentina AF as TC-60
0970 (MSN 282-3667, 774th TCS) crashed on landing An Loc, SVN Oct 9, 1966
0971 (MSN 282-3668) to Uruguay AF as FAU 591.  To civil. registry as CX-BQW
0972 (MSN 282-3669) shot down Pleiku, SVN Jan 6, 1966
61-2081 ... 61-2083
Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules
Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard.
Redesignated HC-130G in 1962 and then HC-130B.
2081 (MSN 282-3638) to USCG as 1346.  Later to USMC. 
2082 (MSN 282-3641) to USCG as 1347.  Was surplus to USCG requirements and retained by USAF
2083 (MSN 282-3650) to USCG as 1348.  Was surplus to USCG requirements and retained by USAF
61-2358 ... 61-2373
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2358 (MSN 382-3609) with 127AG, Michigan ANG.  Has now been transfered to the 
189AW/154th TRS, Little Rock, AK. Date of actual transfer is unknown.  Moved from
Little Rock ANG to Little Rock active.  In 2012, left for Edwards AFB, California, where it will
go on static display.  Was last active duty C-130E
2359 (MSN 382-3651) was active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  Transferred to
AMARC Jun 2, 2004 as CF0209.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
2360 (MSN 382-3659) to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0143 Dec 8, 1993.  Scrapped in 2001.  Fuselage seen at El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
2361 (MSN 382-3662) converted to DC-130E, then to C-130E, then to GC-130E.
Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
2363 (MSN 382-3681)
2364 (MSN 382-3687) to DC-130E then back to C-130E.  Was at 
Sheppard AFB as GC-130E and moved to Goodfellow AFB, TX in 2006
as ground trainer.
2365 (MSN 382-3688) to WC-130E. To AMARC as CF0128 May 14, 1993.  To N131EV with Evergreen
Helicopters, Inc of McMinnville, Oregon in 1999.  Currently
N131EV, registration N307SA reserved Oct 7, 2005.
2366 (MSN 382-3706, WC-130E) to AMARC as CF0146 Jan 12, 1994.
2367 (MSN 382-3712) was to retire to Sheppard AFB May 2002, but got transferred to Boise ANG instead,
Sent to Little Rock and still active.  Retired Aug 19, 2009 at Charlotte ANGB, North Carolina and put on static display
2368 (MSN 382-3713)
2369 (MSN 382-3714) to DC-130E then to C-130E.  Was retired and  served as a loadmaster ground trainer at 
Dobbins AFB, GA.  Was trucked to Pope AFB, North Carolina and fuselage will be used as aeromedical 
evacuation trainer.
2370 (MSN 382-3715) with 127AG, Michigan ANG.  Seen at Little Rock AFB 2004 and now active there. In 2007
was transferred from Little Rock to Pope AFB.  To ground training at Sheppard AFB.
2371 (MSN 382-3716) retired to Sheppard AFB as GC-130E
2372 (MSN 382-3717) was to retire in Jun 2002, but is currently on loan to 
Rhode Island ANG.  Still owned by 146th AW Channel Islands 
ANGB, CA.  Now permanently transferred to Little Rock AFB.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB.
2373 (MSN 382-3720) crashed during training landing at Greenville, Mississippi Jun 8, 1988.  All 6 onboard killed.
One prop blade is on display with a tribute to those killed at the Jacksonville Museum of Military History in Jacksonville, AR.
61-2634 ... 61-2649
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
MSN 3670/3679,3682/3683,3689/3692.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2634 (MSN 282-3670) to Turkey May 1991 as 12634.
2635 (MSN 282-3671) to AMARC as CF0147 Feb 8, 1994.  To Ethiopian AF as 1562
2636 (MSN 282-3672) believed to have been used by Air America as 636.  Named "City of Charlotte" with 
156th TAS North Caolina NAG Jun 1991.  To AMARC as CF0148 Mar 22, 1994.  To Ethiopian AF as 1563
2637 (MSN 282-3673) damaged by wheel well fire Loc Ninh, SVN Apr 29, 1969
2638 (MSN 282-3674) to AMARC as CF0170 Dec 6, 1994.  Pulled from AMARC Jun 10, 1997 for sale to
Ethopia, but sale fell through.  Has gone to Philippine AF as 2638.
2639 (MSN 282-3675) to Colombian AF in Dec 1992 as FAC 1008
2640 (MSN 282-3676) to AMARC as CF0160 Sep 15, 1994.  Pulled from AMARC Sept 2, 1999 for delivery
to Bangladesh AF as S3-AGD
2641 (MSN 282-3677) crashed in Norway Mar 20, 1966.  7 killed.
2642 (MSN 282-3678) DBR in rocket attack SVN Feb 21, 1971
2643 (MSN 282-3679) to AMARC as CF0127 May 13, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
2644 (MSN 282-3682, 772nd TAS) crashed Tonle Cham, SVN after STOL takeoff Nov 28, 1968
2645 (MSN 282-3683) to AMARC as CF0116 then to Ecuador AF as FAE 897.  As FAE 897 on display at Museo
Aeronautico de la Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.
2646 (MSN 282-3689) to Pakistan AF
2647 (MSN 282-3690) to Chilean AF as 998
2648 (MSN 282-3691) to Pakistan AF.  W/o Aug 1965.
2649 (MSN 282-3692, 773rd TAS) crashed into mountain after taking
off from Phu Bai, SVN Oct 12, 1967.  All 23 onboard killed.
62-1784 ... 62-1866
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
1784 (MSN 382-3729) to AMARC as 2803 Dec 13, 2011
1785 (MSN 382-3730, 314th TAW, 45th TAS) shot down at Boa Loc, SVN Sep 6, 1968.  5 killed.
1786 (MSN 382-3731) to AMARC Sep 15, 2009
1787 (MSN 382-3732) "Spare 617") to USAF Museum, Dayton, Ohio Aug 18, 2011.  It performed courageous work during 
the Southeast Asia War.  Two members of its crew - Capt. William Caldwell, pilot, and Tech. Sgt. Charlie 
Shaub, loadmaster - were awarded Air Force Crosses, the U.S. Air Force's second highest award for valor, 
for their heroic actions during the siege of An Loc in 1972.  The award to two of the cres has overshadowed
the fact that the engineer, Tech Sgt Jon Sanders was killed by enemy action during the sortie, and others
were injured.  Plane eventually returned to the United States to the 314th Tactical Airlift Wing at Little Rock, Ark., 
and then served with several Air National Guard squadrons. It was assigned to the Arkansas Air National Guard 
at Little Rock at the time it was identified for the museum.   Now at USAF National
Museum in Dayton, Ohio where it will be housed in the Global Reach Gallery (to be completed in 2014)
1788 (MSN 382-3735) retired to AMARC Nov 29, 2010 from Little Rock AFB.  The aircraft's assignments include 
the 1608th Air Transport Wing at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., from 1964 to 1965; the 516th Troop 
Carrier Wing at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, from 1966 to 1967; the 314th and 374th Tactical Airlift 
Wings at Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan, from 1967 to 1968 and 1969 to 1973, respectively; the West 
Air Virginia National Guard's 130 Tactical Airlift Squadron from 1974 to 1985; and finally the 
Arkansas Air National Guard's 154th Training Squadron and then with 314th Airlift Wing at Little Rock AFB 
from 1986 to 2010.  To AMARC Nov 29, 2010
1789 (MSN 382-3736) flown to McChord Air Museum, Washington Oct 9, 2009.
1790 (MSN 382-3737) now a ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Redesignated GC-130E.  Mark Sublette
has this plane as still active with 154th TAS in 2001.  Noted Mar 10, 2004
as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
1791 (MSN 382-3738) converted to C-130E-II, later to
be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.  On display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
1792 (MSN 382-3739) was active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  
Transferred to Little Rock AFB.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 354 with No 3 Squadron
1793 (MSN 382-3743) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  To Puerto Rico
ANG as a loaner Oct 2006.  Then to Little Rock AFB Feb 9, 2007.  To AMARC as 1842 Mar 3, 2011
1794 (MSN 382-3744) was GC-130E ground instructional airframe at 
Sheppard AFB until moved to Goodfellow AFB, TX in 2006. 
1795 (MSN 382-3746) now a ground trainer as GC-130E at Sheppard AFB.  Mark Sublette has this as still active
with 154th TAS in 2001.  Noted Mar 2003 as ground trainer with
82nd TRW.
1796 (MSN 382-3747) transferred to Israel as 4X-FBE Oct 1973, coded 312.  Sold to Kellstrom Certified Nov 2000
1797 (MSN 382-3748) shot down near An Loc, SVN May 3, 1972
1798 (MSN 382-3752) to instructional trainer at Alpena Combat Readiness Training center at Alpena County RAP,
Michigan in Oct 2003.
1799 (MSN 382-3753) named "City of 1000 Oaka" with 115th TAS California ANG in Apr 1988.
Transferred, active to Dyess AFB, TX Jun 2005.  Transferred
to Little Rock AFB 61AS May 2006.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 349 with No. 3 Squadron
1800 (MSN 382-3754, 50th TAS) crashed inverted after overshooting in traffic pattern when propeller
went into reverse, Taiwan, Dec 15, 1969.
1801 (MSN 382-3755) active and possessed by 146AW/115AS.  Departed 146th AW Channel
Islands ANGB, CA Aug 4, 2004 on loan to 124th WG Boise ID ANG.  Seen at Little Rock ANG
Nov 5, 2004.  Temporarily loaned to Polish AF as 1508, returned to USAF Sep 2012.  Seen at 
Fort Campbell, Kentucky in 2013.
1802 (MSN 382-3756, 4442nd CCTG) crashed at Piggott, Arkansas Jul 31, 1970 during training flight.
1803 (MSN 382-3757) to AMARC as CF0159 Sep 12, 1994
1804 (MSN 382-3758) to AMARC Sep 15, 2010.
1805 (MSN 382-3759, 374th TAW) crashed into sea near Makung, Pescadores Islands Jun 5, 1972
when landing gear exploded in traffic pattern.
1806 (MSN 382-3760)
1807 (MSN 382-3761) to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
1808 (MSN 382-3762) to AMARC as CF0296 Jun 13, 2008
1809 (MSN 382-3770) modified to C-130E-11 in 1974 with inflight refuelling modification.
later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
Destroyed in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 in collision with RH-53D 158761
during failed hostage rescue attempt.
1810 (MSN 382-3771) to AMARC as CF0275 May 27, 2008
1811 (MSN 382-3772) at Pemco for structural evaluation.  If costs are 
too high, was to go to AMARC.  Is being repaired and placed 
back into service at 146AW. Repaired and returned to 
146AW/115AS at Channel Islands ANGB May 10, 2004. 
Transferred to Dyess AFB, TX Jun 2005.  Transferred to
Pope AFB 2007.  To AMARC as 2193 Nov 16, 2011.
1812 (MSN 382-3774) retired to Sheppard AFB, TX as GC-130E instrument, 
defensive system trainer Jan 2002.  Noted Mar 2003 as ground 
trainer with 82nd TRW.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
1813 (MSN 382-3775, 16th TAS) collided with T-37 59-0322 NE of Little Rock AFB, Arkansas Feb 18, 1972.
All 5 onboard the C-130 were killed.  The 2 crewmembers of the T-37 ejected safely.
1814 (MSN 382-3776, 50th TAS) crashed at Cam Ranh Bay, SVN due to electrical failure Mar 3, 1968
1815 (MSN 382-3777) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
Destroyed in rocket attack, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct 8, 1967
1816 (MSN 382-3778) to AMARC as CF0289 May 27, 2008
1817 (MSN 382-3779) transferred from Boise ANG to Michigan ANG 2005.  To AMARC as CF0321 Dec 22, 2009
1818 (MSN 382-3780) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
Is to be converted to HC-130P.  Was still EC-130E Oct 2003 when
noted with 79th RQS.  Was reported to have been transferred to Pope AFB 2007,
but was scrapped after cracks were found in center wing box.  AMARC inventory
shows arrival as CF0223 Jul 5, 2005 and still on inventory Jan 15, 2008
1819 (MSN 382-3782) to AMARC as CF0187 May 15, 1998.
1820 (MSN 382-3783) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976. To AMARC as 2811 Sep 29, 2012
1821 (MSN 382-3784) to AMARC as CF0180 Aug 21, 1997
1822 (MSN 382-3785) to AMARC as CF0182 Sep 5, 1997.
1823 (MSN 382-3786) to AMARC as 1858 Mar 22, 2011.
1824 (MSN 382-3787) damaged by rocket attack on ground at Quan Loi, South Vietnam
Nov 17, 1969.  Repaired.  To AMARC as 2192 Sep 1, 2011.
1825 (MSN 382-3788) modified to C-130E-11 Sep 1965, later to be redesignated EC-130E Apr 1977.
Inflight refuelling modification Sept 1977.  To AMARC as CF0195 Oct 2, 2002.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
1826 (MSN 382-3789) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  Transferred to Pope AFB
and then to Iraqi AF as YI-302.
1827 (MSN 382-3790) to AMARC as CF0181 Sep 2, 1997.
1828 (MSN 382-3791) fitted with various sensors and used during early 1980s
by 7405th Operations Sqdn as spyplane operating from Frankfurt/Rhein-Main
AB, West Germany.  To AMARC as CF0188 May 15, 1998.
1829 (MSN 382-3792) named "City of Sparks" with 192nd AS, Nevada ANG Sep 1997, and named "City of Jacksonville"
at Little Rock AFB.  Put on display Aug 2012 in front of Little Rock AFB Education Center, Arkansas.
1830 (MSN 382-3793)
1831 (MSN 382-3794) damaged beyond repair in ground accident at St. Petersburg,
FL May 30, 1969.
1832 (MSN 382-3795) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.  Named "Sharky" with
7th ACCS Jun 1989.  Was scheduled to be converted to HC-130P.  Was still EC-130E Oct 2003 when noted
with 79th RQS.  The conversion program to HC-130P was deemed a failure and the modification was cancelled.
To AMARC Sep 23, 2010.
1833 (MSN 382-3796) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  To Little Rock AFB.  In 2006
transferred to Pope AFB, then to Little Rock AFB, now assigned
to Ramstein AB, Germany.  Transferred to Little Rock AFB.  To AMARC as 2203 Aug 30, 2011
1834 (MSN 382-3797)
1835 (MSN 382-3798) to AMARC as 2194 Aug 1, 2011.
1836 (MSN 382-3799) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
Is to be converted to HC-130P.  Still EC-130E in Oct 2003 when noted
with 79th RQS. The conversion program to HC-130P was deemed a failure
and the modification was cancelled.  To AMARC as CF0318 Sep 29, 2009.
1837 (MSN 382-3800) to AMARC as CF0285 May 12, 2008
1838 (MSN 382-3801, 731th TAS) crashed near Bliss, Idaho May 13, 1995 due to engine fire.
All 6 onboard killed.
1839 (MSN 382-3802) still (2003) on active duty with 934th AW at Minneapolis/St Paul IAP
Now transferred to the Iraqi AF as YI-301
1840 (MSN 382-3803) shot down over Nha Trang, South Vietnam Oct 2, 1966
1841 (MSN 382-3804, 776th TAS, 374th TAW) crashed on takeoff from Anderson AFB, Guam Apr 20, 1974.
All 6 onboard killed.
1842 (MSN 382-3805) with 127AG, Michigan ANG, to Little Rock ANG.  To Puerto Rico ANG.  Arrived at AMARC as 2814
Sep 11, 2013.
1843 (MSN 382-3806) modified to ‘Thin Slice’ designated C-130E-CT, 1966-Oct 1970
Modified to ‘Rivet Yard I’ designated C-130E-CT, 1966-Oct 1970
Modified to ‘Rivet Yank’ designated MC-130E-Y, Oct 1970-
Modified to MC-130E Combat Talon I Oct 1970.  Damaged by a satchel charge in South VietNam, 
repaired.  Reported as having crashed into hill while on approach to Tuy Hoa, South Vietnam
Dec 20, 1965.  However, the plane was later seen operating out of Norton AFB, CA in 1971.  This 
is believed to be another Hercules airframe (64-0506) renumbered for some sort of black operation.  
To AMARC May 1, 2013.
1844 (MSN 382-3807) to AMARC as CF0315  Sep 9, 2009
1845 (MSN 382-3808) crashed Sugar Loaf Mountain, Arkansas Oct 15, 1973.
All 7 onboard killed.
1846 (MSN 382-3809) noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho.
1847 (MSN 382-3810) with 386th Expeditionary Operations Group retired to
AMARC Sep 3, 2009 as CF0314 with 30,100 hours flight time.
1848 (MSN 382-3811) put on display at Selfridge Military Museum, Michigan Mar 2010.
1849 (MSN 382-3812) to AMARC as 2198 Aug 11, 2011.
1850 (MSN 382-3814) to AMARC as CF0294 Sep 5, 2008
1851 (MSN 382-3815) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  To Pope AFB.
Became permanent at Pope AFB in May 2005, then moved to Little Rock
AFB.  Derelict at Little Rock AFB.
1852 (MSN 382-3816) to AMARC as CF0313 Sep 1, 2009.
1853 (MSN 382-3817) shot down during takeoff from Soc Trang, SVN Aug 12, 1972.
30 of 44 onboard killed.
1854 (MSN 382-3818) destroyed on ground by rockets Kontum, SVN May 17, 1972
1855 (MSN 382-3819) to AMARC as CF0212 Oct 18, 2004.  Returned to service with 62nd AS.  Returned to AMARC as 2204
Sep 20, 2011.
1856 (MSN 382-3820)
1857 (MSN 382-3821) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.  Participated in Operation 
Eagle Claw, the 1980 mission that attempted to rescue Americans held hostage at the US Embassy in Tehran, Iran.
In 2013 was at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC on loand from National Museum of USAF.
1858 (MSN 382-3822) to AMARC as 2812 Sep 11, 2013.  To Ethopian AF as 1564 Jun 5, 2014.  Assigned to 15 Squadron
1859 (MSN 382-3823) to Air America as 218 Jun 2, 1971.  Returned to USAF in 1974.  Assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, 125th 
Fighter Wing, Florida Air National Guard Sep00 to Jan05.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 351 with No. 3 Squadron
1860 (MSN 382-3824) to AMARC as CF0155 Aug 23, 1994.  To Brooks AFB, TX for use as ground trainer
1861 (MSN 382-3825) hit by ground fire while departing Katum
and made crash landing at Tay Ninh, SVN Jun 25, 1968
1862 (MSN 382-3826) to Project Compass Call designated EC-130H and configured for command/control/communications
jamming mission.  Active and operated by 146AW/115AS, loaned to MI ANG.  Returned from MI ANG, active and possessed 
by 146AW/115AS Channel Islands ANGB, CA.  Transferred to Little Rock AFB Jan 2007. Put on display at
Scott Field Heritage Airpark at Scott AFB, IL May 21, 2009.
1863 (MSN 382-3827) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
Converted to HC-130P.  This was the only Hercules
to be converted to HC-130P, and other planned conversions
were cancelled.  Retired to AMARC Mar 3, 2015.
1864 (MSN 382-3828) to AMARC as CF0286 May 21, 2008
1865 (MSN 382-3829) destroyed in mortar attack, Dak To, SVN Nov 15, 1967
1866 (MSN 382-3830) to AMARC as CF0303 Sep 16, 2008.
62-3487 ... 62-3496
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
3487 (MSN 282-3697) to Colombian AF as FAC 1009 in Dec 1992.  Noted withdrawn from use at Bogota, Colombia March 1996
3488 (MSN 282-3698) for Iran under MAP as 5-101.  Later to Pakistan as 23488
Registered as AQ-ACP, then AS-HFP.  Jumped chocks during night engine test
run, collided with C-130E 10687 at Lahore, Pakistan Feb 1, 1979 
3489 (MSN 282-3699) for Iran under MAP as 5-102.  Later to Pakistan as 23489.   Crashed in Pakistan Mar 4, 1970
3490 (MSN 282-3700) for Iran under MAP as 5-103.  Later to Pakistan as 23490
Burned during refuelling at Islamabat Jul 8, 1969.  On dump at Islamabad
Oct 1986.
3491 (MSN 282-3701) for Iran under MAP as 5-104.  Later to Pakistan as 23491.
Registred as AQ-ACV.  Hit on ground Sep 10, 1998 by C-130B c.n 3781
62-4143 Pakistan AF 34143 AS-HFQ at Rawalpindi air base, burned, W/O
3492 (MSN 282-3702) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To Pakistan AF as 23492.
3493 (MSN 282-3707) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To ground trainer at Hill AFB
3494 (MSN 282-3708) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To Pakistan AF as 23494
Crashed Aug 17, 1988 after takeoff 7 km N of Bahawalpur airport,
Pakistan enroute to Rawalpindi.  President Zia-ul-Haq and many senior
officers killed.  May have been sabotage?
3495 (MSN 282-3721) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF0114 Sep 10, 1992.
To Tunisian AF as Z21119/TS-MTI
3496 (MSN 282-3722) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To Turkish AF as 23496 Apg 1992
62-3753 ... 62-3755
Lockheed HC-130B Hercules
MSN 3745,3763,3773 
Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard.
To US Coast Guard as 1349,1350,1351
62-4140 ... 62-4143
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules 
MSN 282-3751,3766,3768,3781.  For Pakistan AF under MAP 
4140 (MSN 282-3751) 
4141 (MSN 282-3766)
4142 (MSN 282-3768) to Pakistan AF in 1963 as 24142. Crashed into a mountain in Pakistan Jul 15, 1966. 10 killed.
4143 (MSN 282-3781) to Pakistan AF Mar 1973 as 24143, then registered as AS-HFO
Aug 1984.  Collided with C-130B, MSN 3701, PAF 23491, AQ-ACV
Sep 10, 1998 on ground at Rawalpindi air base when wheel well fire
caused brake failure.  Burned and W/O.
63-7764 ... 63-7899
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
7764 (MSN 382-3813) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds
7765 (MSN 382-3831) to AMARC as CF0225 Aug 1, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7766 (MSN 382-3832) crash landed short of runway Sparrevohn AFS, 
Alaska Apr 28, 1974.  7 killed.  w/o 11/28/78.
7767 (MSN 382-3833) to AMARC as CF0228 Nov 17, 2006. 
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7768 (MSN 382-3834) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe
at Sheppard AFB, TX
7769 (MSN 382-3835) to AMARC Mar 25, 2010
7770 (MSN 382-3836) named "City of Edina" with 934th AW in 2003.  To AMARC as CF0288 May 27, 2008
7771 (MSN 382-3837) to AMARC as CF0176 May 31, 1995
7772 (MSN 382-3838, 345th TAS) crashed on takeoff, An Khe, South Vietnam Mar 12, 1967.
7773 (MSN 382-3839) converted to EC-130E "Rivet Rider" psyops aircraft.  Reported to have been scrapped, but has 
been sighted as being still in service.  Decommissioned Oct 2006 and put on
display at Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pennsylvania
7774 (MSN 382-3840) transferred to Israel as IDFAF 4X-FBF, nose #314
7775 (MSN 382-3841) shot down during supply dropping mission and crashlanded in a swamp at La
40 km from Saigon, SVN Apr 18, 1972. Crew survived.
7776 (MSN 382-3842) to AMARC as CF0249 Nov 17, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7777 (MSN 382-3843) to AMARC as CF0208 Jun 19, 2003.  To Puerto Rico ANG
Jul 7, 2004.  Seen 2008 sitting without wings at Kirtland AFB
in use as some sort of ground trainer.
7778 (MSN 382-3844) to AMARC as CF0206 Feb 27, 2003.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7779 (MSN 382-3845) named “Desert Wind” with 314th TAWin November 1990.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
7780 (MSN 382-3846) destroyed on ground at night Tonle Cham, SVN Jan 2, 1969
7781 (MSN 382-3847) to AMARC as CF0248 Jan 18, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7782 (MSN 382-3848) to AMARC as CF0284 May 19, 2008
7783 (MSN 382-3850) to Project Comfy Levi and configured for Senior Scout and/or Senior Hunter ELINT/SIGINT
Missions.  Designated EC-130E "Rivet Rider" psyops aircraft.  Has been scrapped.
7784 (MSN 382-3851)
7785 (MSN 382-3852) to MC-130EY Combat Talon I.  Exploded over the sea off Cam Ranh Bay,
South Vietnam Jun 17, 1966 while being operated by VR-7 of US Navy.
This serial number was later seen on another aircraft (64-0507) probably used for some
sort of black operation. A Hercules serialled 63-7785 but with MSN 3991 has been
reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB, but MSN 3991 is 64-0507.
7786 (MSN 382-3853) to AMARC Mar 2, 2012.
7787 (MSN 382-3854, 314th TAS) crashed Barstow, CA after fin stall Apr 15, 1978.
2 of 6 onboard killed. (ASN)
7788 (MSN 382-3855) to AMARC as CF0205 Feb 27, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7789 (MSN 382-3856, 36th TAS) stolen by a crew chief at RAF Mildenhall who was having 
marital problems and who was drinking heavily and wanted to go home.  
Crashed in sea off Alderney, Channel Islands, UK May 23, 1969.  
Official story is that the illegal pilot got disoriented
in clouds and crashed.  There was speculation that the aircraft was
shot down to avoid crashing into a populated area, but this has 
always been denied.  It is true that a pair of F-100Ds were scrambled
from RAF Lakenheath to give chase.
7790 (MSN 382-3857) to AMARC as CF0229 Nov 20, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7791 (MSN 382-3859)
7792 (MSN 382-3860) to AMARC Aug 26, 2010
7793 (MSN 382-3872) retired in 1994.  To AMARC as CF0174 May 8, 1995.
7794 (MSN 382-3873) to AMARC as CF0184 Dec 5, 1997.
7795 (MSN 382-3861)
7796 (MSN 382-3862)
7797 (MSN 382-3863) crashed Alencon, France Mar 25, 1965 after hitting wires.
7798 (MSN 382-3864, 374th TAW) hit by rocket taking off Kontum, SVN 
May 17, 1972.  7 killed.
7799 (MSN 382-3865) to AMARC as CF0217 Apr 12, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7800 (MSN 382-3866) to AMARC Mar 30, 2010
7801 (MSN 382-3867) tore off wing on landing at Pope AFB, NC June 22, 1967
7802 (MSN 382-3868, 345th TAS) crashed on landing at Kadena AB Japan Sep 30, 1974
when No 4 engine went into full power instead of reverse.
7803 (MSN 382-3869) to AMARC as CF0161 Sept 23, 1994.  Sold to Tunisia.
7804 (MSN 382-3870) to AMARC as CF0270 Aug 20, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7805 (MSN 382-3874) to AMARC as CF0204 Feb 25, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7806 (MSN 382-3875) to AMARC as CF0164 Nov 1, 1994.  Instructional airframe at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey Feb 2000.
7807 (MSN 382-3876) to AMARC as CF0165 Nov 10, 1994.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7808 (MSN 382-3877) to AMARC as CF0219 Jun 3, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7809 (MSN 382-3879) to AMARC as CF0271 Jul 16, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7810 (MSN 382-3880) to Israel as IDFAF 4X-FBG
7811 (MSN 382-3881)
7812 (MSN 382-3882) to AMARC Jul 30, 2010.
7813 (MSN 382-3883) to GC-130E ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, TX.
7814 (MSN 382-3888) to AMARC Aug 27, 2010
7815 (MSN 382-3889) converted to EC-130E, to Project Comfy Levi" configured for Senior Scout and/or Senior Hunter
ELINT/SIGINT missions.  To AMARC Mar 4, 2013.
7816 (MSN 382-3894) converted to EC-130E, to Project Comfy Levi" configured for Senior Scout and/or Senior Hunter
ELINT/SIGINT missions.  To AMARC Feb 25, 2013
7817 (MSN 382-3895) to AMARC Nov 13, 2009
7818 (MSN 382-3884) to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
To AMARC as CF0282 May 12, 2008
7819 (MSN 382-3885)
7820 (MSN 382-3886)
7821 (MSN 382-3887) to AMARC as CF0242 Dec 15, 2006
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7822 (MSN 382-3890) to AMARC as CF0201 Feb 11, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7823 (MSN 382-3891) used as loadmaster 
7824 (MSN 382-3892) to AMARC Sep 10, 2009
7825 (MSN 382-3893) to AMARC Aug 6, 2009
7826 (MSN 382-3903) transferred to Iraqi AF as YI-303
7827 (MSN 382-3904) destroyed in mortar attack, Dak To, South Vietnam Nov 15, 1967.
7828 (MSN 382-3896) converted to EC-130E, to Project Comfy Levi" configured for Senior Scout and/or Senior Hunter
ELINT/SIGINT missions.
7829 (MSN 382-3897)
7830 (MSN 382-3898) to AMARC as CF0280 Sep 17, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7831 (MSN 382-3899) did did not go to Sheppard AFB as originally scheduled.  Still owned by Channel
Islands ANGB, CA.  Active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  Seen at Little Rock
ANGB in 2004, and active there.  In 2012 was at Cheyenne RAP, Wyoming ANG.  To AMARC Feb 15, 2012.
7832 (MSN 382-3900)
7833 (MSN 382-3901)
7834 (MSN 382-3902)
7835 (MSN 382-3905) to AMARC as CF0234 Nov 28, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7836 (MSN 382-3906) to AMARC as CF0163 Nov 10, 1994.
7837 (MSN 382-3907) to AMARC as CF0283 May 12, 2008
7838 (MSN 382-3908) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe
at Sheppard AFB, TX.
7839 (MSN 382-3909) to AMARC as CF0233 Nov 28, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7840 (MSN 382-3910)
7841 (MSN 382-3911) to AMARC as CF0244 Dec 19, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7842 (MSN 382-3912) to AMARC as CF0210 Jul 22, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7843 (MSN 382-3913) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBH, coded 312.
Later changed to 4X-FBJ coded 305.
7844 (MSN 382-3914) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBI, coded 314.
7845 (MSN 382-3915)
7846 (MSN 382-3916) to AMARC as CF0269 Aug 9, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7847 (MSN 382-3917) to AMARC as CF0301 Jul 8, 2008
7848 (MSN 382-3918)
7849 (MSN 382-3919) named “Pride of Spring Lake” with 317th TAW in November 1990.   To be displayed at 
Fort Campbell, Kentucky museum.
7850 (MSN 382-3920) still flying (Jun 2004) after 30,000 hours.
To AMARC as CF0269 Aug 9, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7851 (MSN 382-3921) scrapped at Hill AFB Jul 2010.
7852 (MSN 382-3922)
7853 (MSN 382-3923) (43rd AW) while landing at night at Al Asad AB, Iraq
Jul 17, 2006, crew used excessive braking and then taxied aircraft at high
speed, leading to mechanical failure of brakes and fire in one wheel
well.  Extensive damage to port side of aircraft.  All crew and 56
passengers unhurt.  AFM 6/2007
7854 (MSN 382-3924) struck ground while attempting to land at Kuwait City Dec 10, 1999.  Regained
altitude and made belly landing.  3 servicemen killed. 
To AMARC as CF0194 Dec 19, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
7855 (MSN 382-3925) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBK, coded 318, although
possibly registred as 4X-FBJ at delivery.  Stored 1987-1989.  Sold to
Kellstrom Certified Nov 2000.
7856 (MSN 382-3926)
7857 (MSN 382-3927) to AMARC as CF0239 Dec 6, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7858 (MSN 382-3928) to AMARC as CF0256 Mar 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7859 (MSN 382-3929) with Puerto Rico ANG/156th AW, noted May 2008
with what appears to be FLIR turret in left underwing tank.
7860 (MSN 382-3930) to AMARC as CF0254 Mar 6, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7861 (MSN 382-3931) noted on display at Cheyenne Regional Airport, Wyoming in June 2010.
7862 (MSN 382-3832) to Israel as IDFAF 4X-FBL, coded 313
7863 (MSN 382-3933) center and aft fuselage to Marietta, GA for C-130J 			
structural test in Aug 1995.  Forward fuselage at Tullahoma, TN
7864 (MSN 382-3934) to AMARC as CF0277 Sep 12, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
7865 (MSN 382-3935) hit by mortar round in engine No. 3 Jun 1, 1972
at Kontum AB, Vietnam.  Repaired.   To AMARC as CF0293 Jun 9, 2008 
7866 (MSN 382-3936) to AMARC as CF0268 Aug 9, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
7867 (MSN 382-3937)
7868 (MSN 382-3938)involved in action to rescue civilians taken hostage by Simba rebels in Stanleyville, Congo Nov
23, 1964.  From 1971 to 1973, used by Air America as 786 for operations in Laos.  Returned to USAf in 1974.  
For next 16 years, flew missions
out of Clark AB in Philippines.  Then to Rhode Island ANG and finally to airlift units at Pope AFB, North
Carolina and Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.  To Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia in 2011, on loan
from USAF Museum..
7869 (MSN 382-3939) designated EC-130E "Rivet Rider" psyops aicraft in Apr 1979 .  Modified to EC-130H Commando Solo
Jan 1993.  Noted at Lockheed, Palmdale October 2003 minus tail antennae.  Still
at Palmdale, now minus engines.
7870 (MSN 382-3940) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF, coded 316, although 
possibly registered as 4X-FBM at delivery. Stored Aug 1996, and sold
to Kellstrom Certified Nov 2000.
7871 (MSN 382-3941) to AMARC as CF0292 Jun 3, 2008
7872 (MSN 382-3942) appears to be permanently moored at weapons testing area at Eglin AFB, Florida in 2014.
7873 (MSN 382-3943) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBN, coded 307, although
possibly registred as 4X-FBM at delivery.  Stored in Israel as of May 2000.	
7874 (MSN 382-3944) to AMARC as CF0274 Sep 10, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.	
7875 (MSN 382-3945, 29th MAS) crashlanded Song Be, SVN May 15, 1968
7876 (MSN 382-3947) to AMARC as CF0260 May 2, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7877 (MSN 382-3948) displayed in air park at Illinois ANG base, Peoria, Illinois
7878 (MSN 382-3949, 345th TAS) crashed into mountains in Taiwan Sep 6, 1966.
8 killed.
7879 (MSN 382-3950) to Air America As 787 1971-73.  Returned to USAF in 1974.  Went to USAF service with 36th 
Airlift Squadron. To AMARC as CF0299 Jun 27, 2008.
7880 (MSN 382-3951) assigned to 314 TAW as of 1981.  To AMARC as
CF0241 Dec 14, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7881 (MSN 382-3952, 167th Airlift SQ)  crashed near Berkeley Springs, WV Oct 7, 1992.  13 killed.
7882 (MSN 382-3953) to AMARC as CF0266 Aug 20, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7883 (MSN 382-3954) achieved landmark of 30,000 flight hours while
deployed to 386th Air Expeditionary Wing in Nov 2008.
7884 (MSN 382-3955)
7885 (MSN 382-3956) to AMARC as CF0295 Jun 13, 2008
7886 (MSN 382-3957) crashed into high ground at night, Aspernont, TX Oct 12, 1966.
Only survivor of the 6 people aboard was one of the loadmasters.
7887 (MSN 382-3958) to AMARC as CF0247 Jan 8, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Was with 37AS/86AW at Ramstein
7888 (MSN 382-3959) to AMARC as CF0236 Dec 4, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7889 (MSN 382-3960) to AMARC as CF0298 Jun 17, 2008
7890 (MSN 382-3961) Named “Sandblaster” with 317th TAW in November 1990.  To AMARC Sep 2008
7891 (MSN 382-3962) to AMARC as CF0173 Mar 8, 1995.
7892 (MSN 382-3963) to AMARC as CF0263 Jun 21, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7893 (MSN 382-3964) to AMARC as CF0232 Nov 21, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7894 (MSN 382-3965) to AMARC as CF0302 Jul 22, 2008
7895 (MSN 382-3966) to AMARC Jun 28, 2010.
7896 (MSN 382-3967)
7897 (MSN 382-3968) to AMARC Aug 23, 2010.
7898 (MSN 382-3969) to AMARC as CF0279 Sep 17, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7899 (MSN 382-3970) to AMARC as CF0272 Sep 10, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
63-9810 ... 63-9817
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
9810 (MSN 382-3971) named "City of Fayetteville" with 23rd Wing in Apr 1994.  Converted 10/97 into Super E.
Assigned to Moody AFB 71st RQS.
9811 (MSN 382-3972) to AMARC as CF0171 Dec 16, 1994
9812 (MSN 382-3973)
9813 (MSN 382-3974) to AMARC Jul 1, 2010.
9814 (MSN 382-3975) to AMARC as CF0238 Dec 12, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
9815 (MSN 382-3976)
9816 (MSN 382-3977) converted to EC-130E.  To Project Comfy Levi configured for Senior Scout and/or Senior Hunter
ELINT/SIGINT missions.  To AMARC as CF0252 Jan 29, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
9817 (MSN 382-3978) designated EC-130E Rivet Rider psyops aircraft.  To AMARC as CF0211
Jul 30, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
63-12652 ... 63-12653
cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules
63-13186 ... 63-13189
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
13186 (MSN 382-4011) to Turkey Oct 1964 as ETI-186
13187 (MSN 382-4012) to Turkey Sep 1964 as ETI-187
13188 (MSN 382-4015) to Turkey Nov 1964 as ETI-188
13189 (MSN 382-4016) to Turkey Nov 1964 as ETI-189
64-0495 ... 64-0572
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0495 (MSN 382-3979) to AMARC as CF0221 Jun 27, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0496 (MSN 382-3980) in 2011 was ground trainer at the Logistics center at Robins AFB, Georgia.
0497 (MSN 382-3981) based at CCK and Clark Air bases from 1972-1974.  Flew with Air America in Laos.
To AMARC as CF0134 Sep 20, 1993.  Disposed of in 2001 at Tucson, AZ.  
Noted with Western (presumably a scrapyard near AMARC) October 2002.
0498 (MSN 382-3982) to AMARC as CF0243 Dec 18, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0499 (MSN 382-3983) to AMARC as CF0226 Sep 14, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0500 (MSN 382-3984) to ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
0501 (MSN 382-3985, 317th TAW) crashed Blewett Falses Lake, NC 
Apr 28, 1992.  9 killed.
0502 (MSN 382-3986) to AMARC as CF0297 Jun 23, 2008
0503 (MSN 382-3987) to AMARC as CF0139 Nov 8, 1993
0504 (MSN 382-3988) to AMARC as CF0265 Jul 12, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0505 (MSN 382-3989) ditched in sea near Taiwan Dec 9, 1972
Another reference has this crashing at
Andersen AFB, Guam Dec 9, 1972.  A C-130 from the 374th
CCKAB Taiwan did crash on Guam in 1972.  The
crew was practicing touch and gos with a 
TWA stewardess on board.  She was killed.
0506/0507 (MSN 382-3990/3991) to Air America in 1964.  They were returned to the USAF in 1966.
Their trails go cold in 1969.  They two planes seem to have been reassigned
the serial numbers of a couple of crashed C-130s.  Details anyone?
0506 is now flying with SOS 711 as 62-1843, an MC-130E which had crashed in
SVN in Dec 20, 1965.
0507 is now flying with SOS 711 as 63-7785, an MC-130E which had crashed in
SVN Jun 17, 1966.  A Hercules with MSN 3991 but with serial 63-7785
is reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB.  To AMARC May 3, 2010
0508 (MSN 382-3992)  With 45th TAS shot down during supply drop near An Loc, SVN, Apr 26, 1972.  6 crew killed.
Wreckage and remains of crew recovered at An Loc, Vietnam
0509 (MSN 382-3993) to Israel as 4X-FBD
0510 (MSN 382-3994) with 175th WG, Maryland ANG at Middle River
0511 (MSN 382-3995, 64th TCT, 61st TCS) shot down by AAA Song Ma River, North Vietnam, May 31, 1966.  3 KIA, 5 MIA
0512 (MSN 382-3996) in 1994 was at American Veterans Memorial, Mefford Field, CA.
To AMARC as CF0300 Jun 24, 2008.
0513 (MSN 382-3997) to AMARC as CF0171 Dec 16, 1994 
0514 (MSN 382-3998) to AMARC as CF0203 Feb 18, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
0515 (MSN 382-3999) used for clandestine operations over Laos, Cambodia and points north during
Vietnam War.  To AMARC Sep 25, 2012
0516 (MSN 382-4000) to Israel as 4X-FBO, coded 301.
0517 (MSN 382-4001) to AMARC as CF0261 May 4, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0518 (MSN 382-4002) converted to MC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0529
Apr 16, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0519 (MSN 382-4003)
0520 (MSN 382-4004) named "Pride of Baltimore" with 135th ALS, Maryland ANG in Jun 1994.
Noted as GC-130E ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, Texas in Mar 2014
0521 (MSN 382-4005) Assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, 125th Fighter Wing, Florida Air National Guard Sep00 to Oct05
0522 (MSN 382-4006) shot down on takeoff from Song Ba, SVN, Feb 29, 1968.
0523 (MSN 382-4007) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  Not converted to C-130H
Participated in Son Tay raid in 1970 in attempted POW extraction. Named "Midnight Creeper"
with 7th SOS in Jun 1988.   Retired Jun 25, 2012 from 27th SOW.  
Will go on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
0524 (MSN 382-4008) to ground trainer at Little Rock
0525 (MSN 382-4009) on display at 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial
Museum, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
0526 (MSN 382-4010) blown off runway in Alaska and torn up and left there for years.  
Resurrected and given to Channel Islands ANGB as replacement for 
61-2373 after it crashed.  To MD ANG then to Puerto Rico ANG.  
Withdrawn from service due to heavy corrosion and scrapped at 
Warner Robbins AFB. 
0527 (MSN 382-4013) moved to Ft Lee, VA to serve as jump trainer.
0528 (MSN 382-4014) to Israel as 4X-FBQ
0529 (MSN 382-4017) to AMARC as CF0245 Dec 20, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0530 (MSN 382-4018) to AMARC as CF0151 May 5, 1994.
0531 (MSN 382-4019) to AMARC as CF0251 Jan 26, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0532 (MSN 382-4021)crashed into mountain in Arkansas while
practicing instrument approaches to Little Rock AFB
Sep 8, 1978.  All 8 onboard killed (ASN)
0533 (MSN 382-4022) preserved at Heritage Park at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
0534 (MSN 382-4023) to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska as ground trainer
0535 (MSN 382-4024)to Sheppard AFB as GC-130E ground trainer
0536 (MSN 382-4025, 776th TAS) crashed into mountain near Taipei, Taiwan 
Oct 2, 1970. All 43 onboard killed.
0537 (MSN 382-4027) named “Bat 60” with 317th TAW in November 1990.  To AMARC as CF0235 Nov 29, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0538 (MSN 382-4028) to AMARC as CF0253 Feb 7, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0539 (MSN 382-4029).  Nose of 68-10946 was grafted onto 64-0539.  Named “Frankenherk” with 317th TAW in November 1990.
In 2009 was at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis/St Paul AP.  Scrapped in situ in 2013
0540 (MSN 382-4030) named "City of Fayetteville" with 23rd Wing in Jun 1994.  To AMARC as CF0257 Apr 5, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0541 (MSN 382-4031) on loan to Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska
0542 (MSN 382-4032) Named “Haul on Call” with 317th TAW in November 1990.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E 
ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
0543 (MSN 382-4033) crashed with 314th TAW May 13, 1982, Judsonio, AR, due to
inflight wing failure.  7 killed.  (ASN)  Aircraft exploded in midair.
0544 (MSN 382-4034) to AMARC Sep 25, 2012
0545 (MSN 382-4035, 50th TAS) crashed short of runway in bad weather, Ching Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan Mar 8, 1969.  All 12
onboard killed.
0546 (MSN 382-4039) It appears that this plane was retained by
Lockheed and then leased to the Swedish AF as SE-XZBT Febg 1965, and 
eventually purchased by Swedish AF Sep 1965 and serialled 84001.
Upgraded to C-130H standard in 1987
0547 (MSN 382-4040) converted to MC-130E.  Lost Lai Chau, North Vietnam on classified SOG mission
on night of Dec 28/29, 1967.  Crew of 11 killed.  Site
found in 1992.  
0548 (MSN 382-4043, 776th TAS) crashed short of runway Khe Sanh, SVN, Nov 15, 1967
0549 (MSN 382-4044) crashed during training mission Ft. Hood, TX 
Mar 12, 1985.  6 of 8 onboard killed.
0550 (MSN 382-4045) to AMARC Feb 10, 2003 as CF0196.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0551 (MSN 382-4046) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  Not converted to C-130H.
To AMARC Apr 30, 2013
0552 (MSN 382-4047) converted to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0130 Jul 13, 1993.
Now owned by Evergreen Helicopters of McMinnville, OR as N130EV.  On display at 
Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, OR.  Sold to
Belgian AF Jan 23, 2007 as attrition replacement.  Belgian
AF serial is CH-14.  Made airworthy for ferrying to Belgium
and departed ex Gander Mar 29, 2007.  Registration N130EV
cancelled Apr 11, 2007.  Made first flight from Brussels in
Belgian military colors with serial CH-14 Dec 19, 2007.  Has been
convverted to C-130H standard.  Was originally to have serial
CH-14, but has actually been serialled CH-13.  The Belgian defense
authorities have officially said that they will not show
themselves to be superstitious.
0553 (MSN 382-4048) converted to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0145 Jan 5, 1994.  Noted with Western (presumably a scrapyard near
AMARC) October 2002. Cockpit at Southern Utah Air Museum
0554 (MSN 382-4049) converted to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0136 Sep 28, 1993.
Now in the Battle Damage Repair unit at AMARC.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0555 (MSN 382-4056) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support 
aircraft.  Not converted to C-130H.  Reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB.  To AMARC May 5, 2010
0556 (MSN 382-4057) converted to HC-130E.  Used as ground trainer at Hurlburt Field, FL.  
Unconfirmed report that it was sold for scrap at Hurlburt Field, Florida.
0557 (MSN 382-4058) converted to HC-130E, then to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
Reported Jul 2008 to have been submerged in Mammoth Lake Scuba
Park, Lake Jackson, TX
0558 (MSN 382-4059) converted to HC-130E.  w/o in midair with F-102A 56-1517 over SC during
night training mission, Dec 5, 1972.  All 12 occupants killed.	
0559 (MSN 382-4062) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support 
aircraft.  Reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB
0560 (MSN 382-4063) converted to HC-130E.  Retired to AMARC Dec 5, 1994 as CF0169
0561 (MSN 382-4065) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  Named 
"Lucky 7"  with 8th SOS in 1994.  To AMARC Sep 19, 2012.
0562 (MSN 382-4068) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.
0563 (MSN 382-4071) converted to HC-130E.  Destroyed in mortar attack, Nha Trang, SVN Nov 25, 1967
0564 (MSN 382-4074) converted to HC-130E.  Crashed into South China Sea on approach to
NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Feb 26, 1981.  23 out of 24 onboard killed.  (ASN)
0565 (MSN 382-4077) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support 
aircraft.  Reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB.  Seen flying again May 2012.  To AMARC May 6, 2013
0566 (MSN 382-4080) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft
0567 (MSN 382-4083) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.
Reported Feb 2008 in storage at March AFB.  Will be going to Special Operations Museum at Hurlburt
Field, FL.  The plane served in the failed 1980 attempt to rescue American hostages at the US
Embassy in Iran.  It also transported captured Panamanian dictator Manuel Noreiga in 1989 during
Operation Just Cause.  Appeared at Hurlburt Field, Florida on display May 2011.
0561 (MSN 382-4065) named "The Attitude" with 7th SOS in Aug 1988.
0568 (MSN 382-4086) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  To AMARC May 6, 2013.
0569 (MSN 382-4079) to AMARC.  Seen in 2006 awaiting restoration at Hill Aerospace
Museum, UT
0570 (MSN 382-4085) to AMARC as CF0202 Feb 12, 2003.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0571 (MSN 382-4067) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  To AMARC Sep 19, 2012.
0572 (MSN 382-4090) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.
Reported Feb 2008 in storage at March AFB.  to AMARC May 7, 2010
64-0573 ... 64-0608
Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
64-14852 ... 64-14866
Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
14852 (MSN 382-4036) converted to HC-130P
14853 (MSN 382-4037) converted to HC-130P.  Seen as JHC-130H at 1965 Paris Air show
14854 (MSN 382-4038) converted to HC-130P, later NC-130H, WC-130H, C-130H, MC-130P Combat Shadow.  
Left Mildenhall Dec 10, 2013 en route to AMARC.  Arrived at AMARC Dec 13, 2013.  Last assignment 
was 67th SOS, 352nd SOW.
14855 (MSN 382-4055) converted to HC-130P, later NC-130H
14856 (MSN 382-4072) converted to HC-130P, later NC-130H.  Ditched in Pacific Ocean off 
Cape Mendocino, CA Nov 22, 1996.  10 of 11 aboard killed.
14857 (MSN 382-4073) converted to NC-130H, reverted to HC-130H.  To AMARC as CF0177 Sep 18, 1995.  To Hill
ALC Sept 196 to be modified to C-130H for Jordanian AF as 348.  Delivered to Jordan Feb 1997.
Lost in crash in Jordan Jul 2000
14858 (MSN 382-4081) converted to HC-130P, later JC-130H.  To MC-130P Combat Shadow.  To AMARC Aug 30, 2012.
Last assignment was 550th SOS, 58th SOW.
14859 (MSN 382-4082) converted to EC-130H, later converted to C-130H.  To AMARC Aug 19, 2010
14860 (MSN 382-4084) converted to HC-130P.  With 23rd WG at Moody.  To AMARC Feb 15, 2015.
14861 (MSN 382-4088) converted to WC-130H 
14862 (MSN 382-4089) converted to EC-130H
14863 (MSN 382-4094) converted to HC-130P.  To MASDC Aug 5, 2014
14864 (MSN 382-4097) converted to HC-130P.  With 39th RQS, 920th RQW, Patrick AFB, Florida
14865 (MSN 382-4098) converted to HC-130P
14866 (MSN 382-4099) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler in 2005.  In 2006
was assigned to 125th FW of Florida ANG at Jacksonville IAP, until May 2011.
64-15090 ... 64-15093
cancelled contract for Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
64-15094 ... 64-15096
Lockheed C-130H-105-LM Hercules 
Sold to New Zealand as NZ7001/NZ7003
15094 (MSN 382-4052) to RNZAF as NZ7001 Mar 24, 1965, radio call sign ZM-ZVA.  Much of the flight testing for the H
model was carried out on this aircraft by Lockheed, since it was tht first H to be flown.
15095 (MSN 382-4053) to RNZAF as NZ7002 Apr 8, 1965, radio call sign ZM-ZVB
15096 (MSN 382-4054) to RNZAF as NZ7003 Apr 8, 1965, radio call sign ZM-ZVD
64-17624 ... 64-17639
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
To Canada as 10305/10320.  Later reserialed 130305/130320.
130305 (ex 10305, USAF 64-17624, MSN 382-4020)
130306 (ex 10306, USAF 64-17625, MSN 382-4026)
130307 (ex 10307, USAF 64-17626, MSN 382-4041)
130308 (ex 10308, USAF 64-17627, MSN 382-4042)  
130309 (ex 10309, USAF 64-17628, MSN 382-4050) crashed into ground
after takeoff from Trenton Apr 27, 1967.
130310 (ex 10310, USAF 64-17629, MSN 382-4051)
130311 (ex 10311, USAF 64-17630, MSN 382-4060)
130312 (ex 10312, USAF 64-17631, MSN 382-4061) crashed 13 km west of
Chapais, Quebec Oct 15, 1980 when stalled at low level during
search for missing helicopter.
130313 (ex 10313, USAF 64-17632, MSN 382-4066)
130314 (ex 10314, USAF 64-17633, MSN 382-4067).  To National Museum of AF, Trenton, Ontario
130315 (ex 10315, USAF 64-17634, MSN 382-4070)
130316 (ex 10316, USAF 64-17635, MSN 382-4075)
130317 (ex 10317, USAF 64-17636, MSN 382-4122)
130318 (ex 10318, USAF 64-17637, MSN 382-4124).  Crashed during an emergency landing near Fort 
Wainwright, AL Jan 29, 1989. 8 killed.
130319 (ex 10319, USAF 64-17638, MSN 382-4095)
130320 (ex 10320, USAF 64-17639, MSN 382-4096)
64-17680 ... 64-17681
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
17680 (MSN 382-4064) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe at Sheppard
AFB, TX.  
17681 (MSN 382-4069) to AMARC as CF0291 May 29, 2008
64-17949 ... 64-17949
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4100 
To Turkey Nov 1964 as ETI-949.  Crashed near Akhisar AB, Manisa, Turkey
Oct 19, 1968.  All 10 crew killed.
64-18240 ... 64-18240
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
MSN 382-4105.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2009
64-18259 ... 64-18260
cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules
65-0962 ... 65-0987
Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules
0962 (MSN 382-4102) 
0963 (MSN 382-4103) converted to WC-130H
0964 (MSN 382-4104) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C-130H.  Now HC-130P
with 79th RQS.  To AMARC Sep 12, 2012.
0965 (MSN 382-4106) converted to WC-130H.  Crashed while flying Typhoon Bess off Taiwan 
Oct 13, 1974.  All 6 onboard killed.  Some speculation that it was actually shot down.
0966 (MSN 382-4107) converted to WC-130H
0967 (MSN 382-4108) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler AFB
0968 (MSN 382-4110) converted to WC-130H
0969 (MSN 382-4111) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C-130H.  Transfered
to CAFB Trenton, Ontario as a ground trainer Aug 2000.
0970 (MSN 382-4112) converted to HC-130P
0971 (MSN 382-4116) converted to HC-130P, to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  To AMSARC Sep 6, 2013.  Last assignment
was 550th SOS, 58th SOW
0972 (MSN 382-4120) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C130H.  To AMARC as CF0183 Dec 2, 1997
0973 (MSN 382-4121) converted to HC-130P
0974 (MSN 382-4123) converted to HC-130P
0975 (MSN 382-4125) converted to HC-130P, to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  To AMARC Sep 27, 2012.  Last
assignment weas 550th SOS, 58th SOW
0976 (MSN 382-4126) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C-130H.  Converted
to HC-130P with 39th RQS.  From 920RQW to AMARC
0977 (MSN 382-4127) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler AFB.  No longer
active with USAF, registered Jan 16, 2014 as N427NA with NASA at Wallops Island
Flight facility as WC-130H
0978 (MSN 382-4130) converted to HC-130P
0979 (MSN 382-4131) converted to DC-130H then to NC-130H.  TO US Navy but kept serial number
650979.  SOC Jul 14, 2002.  Delivered to Boeing Jan 18, 2006.  Fitted with high-
energy chemical laser by Boeing Missile Defense Systems.  The laser
was first fired (on ground) May 13, 2008 at Kirtland AFB, NM.  To AMARC Jun 4, 2010
Assigned to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), Wallops Island, VA
Registered N439NA as a NC-130 Mar 15, 2012, current.  Used to perform scientific research, provide 
logistics support on an as-needed basis to other airborne science missions, and can be used as a 
technology test bed for new airborne and satellite instrumentation.
0980 (MSN 382-4132) converted to WC-130H. Named “Weather Devil” with 53rd WRS in April 1994.  Reallocated Jan 12, 2006
to 913rd AW and now reclassified as C-130H
0981 (MSN 382-4133) converted to HC-130P
0982 (MSN 382-4135) converted to HC-130P.  With 23rd WG at Moody
0983 (MSN 382-4138) converted to HC-130P
0984 (MSN 382-4139) converted to WC-130H
0985 (MSN 382-4140) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler AFB
0986 (MSN 382-4141) converted to HC-130P.  Assigned to 55th ARRS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Arrived Jun 14, 1966
0987 (MSN 382-4142) converted to HC-130P.  Assigned to 55th ARRS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Arrived Jun 14, 1966.
Transferred to US Coast Guard as 1451, returned to USAF late 1986.  
Retired from 71st Rescue Squadron at Moody AFB, Georgia Sep 25, 2012 and flown to AMARC.  Entered AMARC Sep 27, 2012.
65-0988 ... 65-0988
Lockheed HC-130P-130-LM Hercules
MSN 382-4143.  Used in H-3 refuelling development program.  WFU, later preserved as gate guard at Moody AFB, Georgia.
Moved to President George W. Bush Airpark at Moody AFB, GA May 14, 2015.
65-0989 ... 65-0990
Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules
0989 (MSN 382-4150) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/conrol/communications jamming missions.
0990 (MSN 382-4151) ditched off Taiwan during rescue attempt Feb 4, 1969.
Plane was searching for survivors of Japanese freighter
when contacted the water and crashed.  13 of 14 onboard killed.
65-0991 ... 65-0994
Lockheed HC-130P-130-LM Hercules
0991 (MSN 382-4152) to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Aassigned to 1st SOW.  To Kirtland AFB
0992 (MSN 382-4155) to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Retired Mar 7, 2013 by 67th Special Operations Squadron, RAF Mildenhall.  
To AMARC Mar 14, 2013.
0993 (MSN 382-4156) to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  To MASDC Oct 21, 2014.  Last assignment was 1st SOW.
0994 (MSN 382-4157) to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment was 9th SOS, 1st SOW.  Arrived at Hurlburt Field,
Florida Oct 2014.  Towed Aug 15, 2015 for preservation and display at Hurlburt Memorial Air 
Park/Air Command Museum
65-0995 ... 65-0998
Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules
Cancelled contract.
65-10686 ... 65-10689
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4194,4153,4118,4119.  Sold to Iran as 5-105/5-108.
10687 (MSN 4153, 5-106, later reserialled 5-102) to Pakistan AF.  Collided on ground with
C-130B 62-3488 Mar 1979.  Written off, hulk at Lahore Jun 1981
5-107 (65-10688) destroyed by lightning 4/18/67	
5-108 (65-10689) later re-serialled 5-103.  To Pakistan AF as 10689, reserialled 4119.	
65-12766 ... 65-12769
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4191/4194.  Sold to Canada as 130321/130324.
130321 (65-12766) crashed during a training flight near Wainwright, Canada Jul 22, 1993. 5 killed.
130322 (65-12767) crashed near Alert, Canada Oct 30, 1991. 5 killed
65-12896 ... 65-12907
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
To Royal Australian Air Force
12896 (MSN 4159, RAAF A97-159) to go to Pakistan AF as 4159.
12897 (MSN 4160, RAAF A97-160) to RAAF Museum at Point Cook, preserved for display.
12898 (MSN 4167, RAAF A97-167)
12899 (MSN 4168, RAAF A97-168)
12900 (MSN 4171, RAAF A97-171)
12901 (MSN 4172, RAAF A97-172) 
12902 (MSN 4177, RAAF A97-177) 
12903 (MSN 4178, RAAF A97-178)
12904 (MSN 4180, RAAF A97-180)
12905 (MSN 4181, RAAF A97-181).  In 2006, derelict at Sussex County
Airport, Delaware
12906 (MSN 4189, RAAF A97-189  
12907 (MSN 4190, RAAF A97-190)
65-13004 ... 65-13004
Cancelled contract for Lockheed EC-130E Hercules
65-13021 ... 65-13044
Lockheed C-130K Hercules
For RAF as Hercules C.1 XV176/XV199
13021 (MSN 4169, XV176) returned to Lockheed Mar 4, 2000.  Converted
to C.3 with lengthened fuselage before return to Lockheed.
13022 (MSN 4182, XV177) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
and later to C.3A for special forces support duties.
13023 (MSN 4188, XV178) returned to Lockheed Nov 26, 2000.
13024 (MSN 4195, XV179) modified for special forces support duties.
Crashed due to ground fire near Al Teji, Iraq Jan 30, 2005.  10 onboard killed.
13025 (MSN 4196, XV180) crashed at RAF Fairford Mar 24, 1969 when engine went into
reverse thrust during takeoff.
13026 (MSN 4198, XV181) used as testbedfor Allison GMA 2100 engine.
Sold to Austrian AF as 8T-CA Mar 20, 2003
13027 (MSN 4199, XV182) returned to Lockheed Nov 12, 2000.
13028 (MSN 4200, XV183) converted to C.3 with lenthened fuselage.
Returned to Lockhed Sep 9, 2001.  Seen in 2006 derelict at Sussex County Airport, Delaware
13029 (MSN 4201, XV184) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
13030 (MSN 4203, XV185) returned to Lockheed Sep 9, 2001.  Supplied to Polish AF as 4203
13031 (MSN 4204, XV186) returned to Lockheed Jun 10, 2001
13032 (MSN 4205, XV187) returned to Lockheed Jan 28, 2001.
13033 (MSN 4206, XV188) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later to C.3A
for special forces support duties.
13034 (MSN 4207, XV189) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Returned to Lockheed Dec 10, 2000.
13035 (MSN 4210, XV190) converted from C.1 to C.3.  Returned to Lockheed Jun 26, 2002.
To Polish AF as 4210.
13036 (MSN 4211, XV191) returned to Lockheed Sep 3, 2001.  To Mexican AF as FAM 3614
13037 (MSN 4212, XV192) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
Returned to Lockheed Jun 10, 2001.  To Polish AF as 4212.
13038 (MSN 4213, XV193) Converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Crashed Glen Tilt, Scotland May 27, 1993 when stalled after cargo drop
13039 (MSN 4214, XV194) ran off runway into ditch while landing at Tromso, Norway Sep 12, 1972,
damaged beyond repair.
13040 (MSN 4216, XV195) returned to Lockheed Jan 28, 2001.
13041 (MSN 4217, XV196) modified for special forces support duties.
13042 (MSN 4218, XV197) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
13043 (MSN 4219, XV198) crashed at RAF Colerne, UK Sep 10, 1973 when engine cut during touch and go.
13044 (MSN 4220, XV199) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.  To Marshalls,
Cambridge for modifications.  Reported Sep 26, 2007 to be stored
without wings at Marshall Aerospace, Cambridge, England.
65-13536 ... 65-13536
Lockheed C-130K Hercules
MSN 4258.  To RAF as XV292.  Reported Mar 2005 to be going to Polish AF
65-13540 ... 65-13540
Lockheed C-130K Hercules
MSN 4263.  To RAF as XV297.  Reported Mar 2005 to be going to Polish AF
66-0211 ... 66-0225
Lockheed HC-130P-130-LM Hercules
MSN 4161/4166,4173/4175,4179,4183/4187
0211 (MSN 382-4161) crashed Magdalena, NM Apr 3, 1986.  11 killed.  Cause
was wing failure due to turbulence at low altitude.
0212 (MSN 382-4162) Converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow and active with 58th SOW.  Assigned 130th Rescue
Squadron of 129th Rescue Wing, California National Guard
0213 (MSN 382-4163, 16th SOW/9th SOS) MC-130P Combat Shadow pulled up to avoid hill in poor visibility and pancaked into
deep snow Feb 13, 2001 in eastern Afghanistan.  Crew of 8 OK.
0214 (MSN 382-4164) destroyed by bomb at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jul 29, 1968.
0215 (MSN 382-4165, MC-130P) reported as w/o Feb 12, 2002, but has been seen in 2011.  MC-130P Combat Shadow 
From 67SOS to 9SOS/16SOW in 2014.  Made last operational flight of the type with 352nd SOG, 67th SOS
at Mildenhall Jan 24, 2014.  To AMARC Nov 6, 2014.
0216 (MSN 382-4166) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 130th Rescue Squadron, 129th Rescue Wing, California
National Guard.
0217 (MSN 382-4173) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 1st SOW Hurlburt Field/Eglin, FL.  To AMARC Jun 1, 2015
0218 (MSN 382-4174) destroyed by bomb at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jul 29, 1968.
0219 (MSN 382-4175) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 130th Rescue Squadrom, 129th Rescue Wing, California
National Guard.
0220 (MSN 382-4179) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 17th SOS, 353rd SOW.  To MASDC Mar 14, 2013.
0221 (MSN 382-4183) converted to KC-130P
0222 (MSN 382-4184)
0223 (MSN 382-4185) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assinged to 130th Rescue Squadron, 129th Rescue Wing, California
National Guard
0224 (MSN 382-4186)
0225 (MSN 382-4187) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 17th SOS, 353rd SOW.  To AMARC Apr 2015
66-0479 ... 66-0490
Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules
66-4299 ... 66-4299
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4158.  To US Coast Guard as 1414
66-4310 ... 66-4313
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
MSN 4283/4284,4294/4295.  MAP for Iran as 5-109/5-112
4313 (MSN 382-4295) to Iran as 5-112. Crashed during a 2-engined training flight at Shiraz, Iran Apr 7, 1969.
66-8550 ... 66-8573
Lockheed C-130K-LM Hercules
MSN 382-4223/4224,4226/4228,4230/4233,4235/4238,4240/4247,4251/4253
Sold to RAF as Hercules C.1 XV200/XV223
XV200 (66-8550) modified for special forces support duties.
XV201 (66-8551) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
SOC Mar 29, 1996.  Stored at Marshalls, Cambridge, England Mar 
1996, intended for transfer to Sri Lankan AF as CR-882.
Repair/conversion costs proved prohibitive and broken up
for spares recovery.
XV202 (66-8552, MSN 382-4226) 17 Aug 67 Delivered to RAF as Hercules C Mk.1 as XV202
Dec 28, 1967 delivery to 48 Squadron, RAF Changi, Singapore
Mar 1973 Operated in Nepal – Operation Khana Cascade; Lockheed Hercules of the Royal Air Force mounted 
an emergency food airdrop to famine-stricken villages in remote areas of West Nepal.
Converted to Hercules C.Mk.3 with fuselage lengthened by 15ft/4.57m by Marshall of Cambridge (Engineering) 
Ltd as one of 30 such conversions done between 1980 and 1985, using fuselage plugs fore and aft of 
the wing supplied by Lockheed-Georgia. 
Sep 10, 1984 First ‘post-stretch’ test flight from Cambridge airport;
To RAF Lyneham Transport Wing, (Wiltshire – latterly consisting of Nos. 24, 30, 47 and 70 Squadrons 
and 242 O.C.U, all part of No. 38 Group) and from 1986 retrofitted as a C.3P with in-flight refuelling 
probe above the cockpit.  Jan 21, 2009 To Marshall, Cambridge for storage.
2011 Serving with No 47 Squadron, RAF Brize Norton
Aug 12, 2011 delivered by air from RAF Brize Norton  to RAF Museum Cosford;
Sept 12, 2013 Formal Handover ceremony at RAFM Cosford from RAF to RAF Museum
XV203 (66-8553) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
To Sri Lankan AF as CR-880 Sep 6, 2000.
XV204 (66-8554) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
Allocated for spares use 1996
XV205 (66-8555) modified for special forces support duties.  Lost Aug 27, 2007.
XV206 (66-8556) modified for special forces support duties.  Burned
out at Lashkar Gar airstrip in Afghanistan May 24, 2006
when tire burst on landing and debris entered no. 1 engine
which caught fire.  All occupants escaped safely. Photographic
evidence suggests that loss may have been due to running over a
landmine during landing run.
XV207 (66-8557) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Returned to Lockheed Nov 26, 2000.
XV208 (66-8558) converted to Hercules W.2 for weather research.  Nicknamed "Snoopy" because of the long research probe.
Retired Mar 29, 2001 and stored until Apr 27, 2005 when moved
by Marshalls at Cambridge for conversion to testbed for
TP400-D6 Engine for use in A400M transport.  Made first
flight with TP400-D6 engine Dec 17, 2008.  Scrapped at Cambridge, UK Apr 14, 2015, front fuselage still extant
for potential future research work
XV209 (66-8559) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and
later to C.3A for special forces support duties.
XV210 (66-8560) returned to Lockheed Dec 10, 2000.
XV211 (66-8561) returned to Lockheed Jun 10, 2001
XV212 (66-8562) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.  Retired by RAF,
to Marshalls, Cambridge for storage Jan 21, 2009
XV213 (66-8563) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
To Sri Lankan AF as CR-881 Aug 1, 1999.  Refueling gear removed before
going to Sri Lankan AF
XV214 (66-8564) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later
to C.3A for special forces support duties.
XV215 (66-8565) returned to Lockheed Nov 12, 2000.  To Mexican AF
as 10615
XV216 (66-8566) crashed Nov 9, 1971 off Pisa, Italy during night exercise.  All 6 crew plus 44 italian paratroopers killed
XV217 (66-8567) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
XV218 (66-8568) returned to Lockheed Dec 10, 2001.
XV219 (66-8569) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Returned to Lockheed Nov 26, 2000
XV220 (66-8570) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
XV221 (66-8571) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
XV222 (66-8572) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Returned to Lockheed Nov 4, 2001.  To Mexican AF as FAM 3616
XV223 (66-8573) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Returned to Lockheed Nov 12, 2000.  to Mexican AF as 10617.
66-13533 ... 66-13550
Lockheed C-130K-LM Hercules
For RAF as Hercules C.1. XV290/XV307
13533 (XV290) MSN 382-4254 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
13534 (XV291) MSN 382-4256 sold to Austrian AF as 8T-CB Feb 18, 2004
13535 (XV292) MSN 382-4257, sold to Austrian AF as 8T-CC Aug 26, 2003.
13536 (XV293) MSN 382-4258 returned to Lockheed Mar 4, 2000.  To Polish AF
as 4258.
13537 (XV294) MSN 382-4259 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.  Has been retired
by RAF, to Marshalls, Cambridge for storage Dec 19, 2008.
13538 (XV295) MSN 382-4261 modified for special forces support duties.
13539 (XV296) MSN 382-4262 converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
allocated for spares use 1996.  Scrapped at Cambridge Jul 2003.
13540 (XV297) MSN 382-4263 returned to Lockheed Sep 4, 2001.  To Polish AF as 4263
13541 (XV298) MSN 382-4264 modified for special forces support duties.
Crashed on takeoff Kukes, Albania Jun 11, 1999.  Aborted
takeoff due to fire in cargo hold, DBR (Aviation Safety Network)
13542 (XV299) MSN 382-4266 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.  Has been retired
by RAF, to Marshalls, Cambridge for storage Dec 19, 2008
13543 (XV300) MSN 382-4267 returned to Lockheed Jan 28, 2001.
13544 (XV301) MSN 382-4268 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
13545 (MSN 382-4270, XV302) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
Retired to Marshalls at Cambridge for use as fuselage
fatigue test airframe
13546 (XV303) MSN 382-4271 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later
to C.3A for special forces support duties.
13547 (XV304) MSN 382-4272 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later
to C.3A for special forces support duties.
13548 (XV305) MSN 382-4273 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
13549 (XV306) MSN 382-4274 returned to Lockheed Mar 4, 2001.
13550 (XV307) MSN 382-4275 converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.  Has been retired
by RAF, to Marshalls, Cambridge for storage Nov 20, 2008
67-7183 ... 67-7185
Lockheed HC-130E Hercules
To US Coast Guard as 1452/1454.  All returned to USAF as C-130H
7183 and 7184 operated by Peruvian National Police as PNP-023 and PNP-025 between 1989 and 1990.
Not sure which was which.
7183 (MSN 382-4255) to US Coast Guard as 1452, then returned to USAF as C-130H.
To MASDC as 45015 and transferred to USAF inventory as CF0043.
While flown by by 310th Airlift Squadron at Howard AFB, Panama was on antidrug 
mission when was fired on by two Peruvian AF Su-22 fighters with cannon fire 
Apr 24, 1992.  Six of 14 crewmembers were injured, and one died when he was blown 
from a hole in the aircraft.  Aircraft landed in an air strip at Talara in northern 
coast of Peru near the Ecuadorian border.  To AMARC Jan 11, 1993 as CF0119.
Sold as scrap HVF west LLC Tucson, AZ
7184 (MSN 382-4260) was 1000-th Hercules built. To MASDC as 45012,
reallocated code CF0045.
7185 (MSN 382-4265) to MASDC as 45010, reallocated code CF044
Jun 14, 1984.
67-14726 ... 67-14729
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4726,4282/4284.  to Iran as 5-113/5-116
14726 (MSN 382C-6D-4726) to Imperial Iranian AF (later Islamic Republic of Iran) under FMS.  Initially 
registered as 5-113, later (1968) as 5-107, then as 5-8503.  Still active Sep 5, 2011.
14727 (MSN 382C-6D-4282) to Imperian Iranian Air Force (later Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms) under FMS reg. 
initially as 5-114, later (1975) 5-108. Sold to Pakistan (Pakistan Armed Forces) reg. 14727, still 
active 2009 Northern Air Command, with 35 Composite Air Transport Wing, PAF Base Chaklala in 6 
Squadron call sign 'Antelopes', as  4282 (AP-HMS). 
14728 (MSN 382C-6D-4283) to Imperial Iranian Air Force (later Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms) under FMS 
reg. initially as 5-115, later (1975) 5-109, then as 5-8504, still active 1983.
14729 (MSN 382C-6D-4284) to Imperial Iranian Air Force (later Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms) under FMS 
reg. initially as 5-116, later (1975) 5-110, then as 5-8505, still active 18 Jan. 2005.
67-18432 ... 67-18493
Boeing-Vertol CH-47B Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-402/463.
18432 (B-402) accepted by the US Army 23Aug67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00107
18433 (B-403) accepted by the US Army 25Aug67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Crimson Tide 
Crashed at Camp Gorvad, near Phuoc Vinh, South Vietnam Dec 21, 1970
18434 (B-404) accepted by the US Army 8Sep67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00095
18435 (B-405) accepted by the US Army 6Sep67
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down by ground fire in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam May 5, 1970.  Crew of 5 killed.
18436 (B-406) accepted by the US Army 6Sep67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug68-Nov68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jun69-May71		Named "Ole Daddy Rabbit"
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71	
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00078
18437 (B-407) accepted by the US Army 15Sep67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00097
18438 (B-408) accepted by the US Army 14Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules May68		
Named "Filthy Few; Good Vibrations"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01637
18439 (B-409) accepted by the US Army 11Sep67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01640
18440 (B-410) accepted by the US Army 15Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules May68		
Named "Nightmare; The Virgin Hunter"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00079
18441 (B-411) accepted by the US Army 21Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		Named "Marauder"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00071
18442 (B-412) accepted by the US Army 21Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68
Crashed in Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam Mar 17, 1970
18443 (B-413) accepted by the US Army 26Sep67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug68-May70
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jun70-Apr71		
Named "Easy Rider" 
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Boxcar Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00113
18444 (B-414) accepted by the US Army 27Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		Named "3/4  Whore"
Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company "Freight Train" Fort Lewis, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01669
18445 (B-415) accepted by the US Army 5Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
Assigned to 572nd Military Intelligence Detachment Nov68-Feb69
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr69-Aug70
Shot down by enemy fire while on final approach to LZ Judy, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 
Aug 26, 1970.  4 of 5 crew members and 20 troops aboard killed.  Only one survivor.
18446 (B-416) accepted by the US Army 4Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68	Transferred to RVN May68 
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68-Apr71			
Named "Cherry Picker"
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00073
18447 (B-417) Accepted by the US Army 11Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules. May68	 	Named "Goofy"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00064
18448 (B-418) accepted by the US Army 7Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules". May68		Named "Zeppelin II"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01672.
18449 (B-419) accepted by the US Army 16Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules". May68	 	
Named "Lady Godiva; Nitemare".  Shot down in Laos Feb 27, 1971
18450 (B-420) accepted by the US Army 16Oct67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan68-Feb71
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00067
18451 (B-421) accepted by the US Army 19Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68	 
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		
Named “Miss Carriage"; "The Good Ship Lollipop"; "Proud Mary" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01652
18452 (B-422) accepted by the US Army 23Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68	 	Named "Booney Bus"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00114
18453 (B-423) accepted by the US Army 25Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68-Dec69 		Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jan70-Aug71.	Named "Snoopy"
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Apr74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00085
18454 (B-424) accepted by the US Army 31Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68-Dec69 		
Transferred to RVN May68	Named "Banshee"; "The Undertaker"
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules Jan70-Jun71.  
Named "Banshee"; "The Undertaker"
Assigned to 187th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00082 
18455 (B-425) accepted by the US Army 13Oct67	
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Jun68
Destroyed in taxi accident when its blades struck another CH-47 (67-18450) during ground 
operations in Binh Dinh Province, SVN Jun 19, 1968.  Flight engineer KIA
18456 (B-426) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68	
Named "Patches"; "Foxy Lady"; "Easy Rider"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24115
18457 (B-427) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Jul68
Destroyed in midair collision when descended on top of  UH-1 66-0740 Jul 1, 1968, Kontum 
Province, South Vietnam.  Crew of 5 KIA.
18458 (B-428) accepted by the US Army 8Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May69
Crashed after receiving ground fire over LZ Professional, SVN, May 15, 1969.  The aircraft took 
three hits in the aft transmission and three hits in the control closet. The aircraft crashed 
and was destroyed by fire.  Crew survived.
18459 (B-429) accepted by the US Army 13Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71		
Named "Charlie Lima Express". 
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec72-Mar74
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00115
18460 (B-430) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Mar69
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr69-May70
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jun70-Sep71
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Oct71-Dec71
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24112
18461 (B-431) accepted by the US Army 16Nov67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Mar69
Crashed Mar 22, 1969, SVN.  Several passengers and one crewmember KIA.
18462 (B-432) accepted by the US Army 27Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Dec68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jan69-Jun71
Crashed in Vietnam Jun 9, 1971 when ran out of fuel and landed hard 150 feet short of runway.
Extracted from the crash site by CH-47 66-19098 [271st ASHC]
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jan72-Jul72
The aircraft was returned to the US for repair but declared Beyond Economical Repair.
18463 (B-433) accepted by the US Army 26Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Apr71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00110
18464 (B-434) accepted by the US Army 29Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Mar68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr68-May71
Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos", Fort Benning, GA Feb72-Nov72
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Feb73-Aug73
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Nov74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24108
18465 (B-435) accepted by the US Army 9Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00090
18466 (B-436) accepted by the US Army 12Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Feb71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Jun74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00083
18467 (B-437) accepted by the US Army 14Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00091
18468 (B-438) accepted by the US Army 15Dec67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Crashed near LZ Green in Phouc Vinh, South Vietnam Feb 15, 1971
18469 (B-439) accepted by the US Army 16Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May68
Shot down by ground fire on takeoff from Kham Duc, SVN May 12, 1968.  One passenger KIA.
18470 (B-440) accepted by the US Army 16Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Mar68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr68-Feb69
Damaged by ground fire and made forced landing, SVN.  Destroyed during aborted
sling operation Feb 23, 1969.
18471 (B-441) accepted by the US Army 17Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Nov68-Jul69
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Oct70
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jan72-Aug73
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00071
18472 (B-442) accepted by the US Army 18Dec67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01649
18473 (B-443) accepted by the US Army 19Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb71-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71 
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71 
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Sep73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00087
18474 (B-444) accepted by the US Army 8Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Jun68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul68-Aug69
Accident 21Aug69 South Vietnam  The aircraft returned to Chu Lai.
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Feb71-Sep71
Assigned to 68th Assault Helicopter Company Oct71-Jan72
Assigned to 507th Transportation Company, Fort Campbell, KY Oct73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00099
18475 (B-445) accepted by the US Army 9Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May68
Shot down near Kham Duc, SVN May 12, 1968.  The helicopter was hit by 50 caliber machine gun 
fire at an altitude of 1500-1600 feet shortly after takeoff. The helicopter made a controlled 
landing and caught fire.  Crew survived.
18476 (B-446) accepted by US ARmy Jan 12, 1968.  
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" May68-Feb70
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Aug70-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Boxcar Feb72–
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00069
18477 (B-447) ccepted by the US Army 12Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb69-Apr70
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Mar74
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Apr74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00081
18478 (B-448) accepted by the US Army 16Jan68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00078
18479 (B-449) accepted by the US Army 17Jan68
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
Named "The Odyssey" 
Remanufactured as YCH-47D 76-18479
18480 (B-450) accepted by the US Army 18Jan68
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
Named "Alfred E. Neuman" 
Destroyed on ground in Vietnam May 4, 1970 by rocket.
18481 (B-451) accepted by the US Army 22Jan68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"
Destroyed on ground in Vietnam by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969
18482 (B-452) accepted by the US Army 24Jan68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" May68-Jun69
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct69-Feb70
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Mar70-Apr71.	Named "Mother Goose II" 
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00077
18483 (B-453) accepted by the US Army 30Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb69-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24105
18484 (B-454) accepted by the US Army 9Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Accident 16Dec68 South Vietnam. The aircraft was involved in a ground collision with a USAF 
C-130, s/n 63-802 , at LZ Odessa, RVN.  There were no injuries and no fire.
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Aug71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00089
18485 (B-455) accepted by the US Army 8Feb68
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Crashed near Nui Ba Ra in South Vietnam May 31, 1970, and deliberately destroyed.  Crew escaped 
serious injury.
18486 (B-456) accepted by the US Army 10Feb68.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00068
18487 (B-457) accepted by the US Army 12Feb68  Accident 5 km NNE of Palisade, Nebraska. 
The CH-47 had received major battle damage in South Vietnam. The aircraft received ground fire 
from a .51 caliber machine gun. The airframe sustained damaged to the STA 482 manufacturing 
splice and the number two engine. A decision was made to recover the aircraft back to the 
nental United States for repair (CONUS).  was lost in crash of C-133B 59-0530 Feb 6, 1970 
enroute to New Cumberland rmy Depot near Harrisburg, PA.  It was being carried aboard the plane.
18488 (B-458) accepted by the US Army 19Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Nov68-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00086
18489 (B-459) accepted by the US Army 20Feb68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00074
18490 (B-460) accepted by the US Army 23Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Jul71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-	
Destroyed in accident in USA Sep 27, 1977
18491 (B-461) accepted by the US Army 26Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Jul71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00065
18492 (B-462) accepted by the US Army 27Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May68-May70
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May71-Sep71
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jan72
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb72
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00076
18493 (B-463) accepted by the US Army 28Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May68-Feb71
Crashed Quang Tin Province, Souh Vietnam due to mechanical failure Feb 6, 1971 at LZ Siberia, SVN.  
Crew of 8 and flight surgeon passenger KIA.
68-8218 ... 68-8219
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4312,4313.  To New Zealand as NZ7004/NZ7005
8218 (MSN 382-4312) to RNZAF as NZ7004 Dec 1968, radio call sign ZM-ZVS
8219 (MSN 382-4313) to RNZAF as NZ7005 Dec 1968, radio call sign ZM-ZVT
68-10934 ... 68-10951
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
MSN 4314/4331.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
10934 (MSN 382-4314, 43rd AW, 41st AS) no 4 engine disingegrated, causing it to fall off Sep 5, 2001.
To AMARC as CR0166 Apr 30, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008
but quoted as CF0207
10935 (MSN 382-4315) to 64th TAW, 1969-70, 314th TAW 1973, 464th TAW 1974,
314th TAW, 1975, 317th TAW 1975-76, 435th TAW 1977-81.
10936 (MSN 382-4316) w/o Nov 30, 1978 when it crashed 36 mi W of
Charleston, SC after being struck by lightning.  6 crew killed. (ASN)
10937 (MSN 382-4317) to 314th TAW, then 43rd AW, to AMARC Apr 27, 2004.
10938 (MSN 382-4318) to AMARC Feb 10, 2003 as CF0197.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
10939 (MSN 382-4319) seen in March 2003 at Prestwick airport in Scotland, heading
for the Gulf.  To AMARC as CF0214 Apr 5, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
10940 (MSN 382-4320) to AMARC Feb 2003.
10941 (MSN 382-4321) to AMARC Feb 2003.
10942 (MSN 382-4322) damaged in collision with F-16 88-171 Mar 23, 1994 Pope AFB, NC.
Tail removed from 70-1269 to fix it.  To AMARC Feb 2003.
10943 (MSN 382-4323)
10944 (MSN 382-4324) with 435th TAW crashed near Borja, Spain Feb 29, 1984.  18 killed.
10945 (MSN 382-4325, 317th TAW) crashed Fort Bragg, NC Jul 1, 1987.  5 of 6 onboard killed, 
one on ground killed.
10946 (MSN 382-4326) w/o Nov 2, 1984 when crashed on hard landing
at Giebelstadt, Germany.  Nose was grafted onto 64-0539.  Aircraft sold for scrap and destroyed in 2013.
10947 (MSN 382-4327).  In use as ground instructional airframe at Ramstein AB, Germany 
To AMARC as CF0264 Jul 25, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
10948 (MSN 382-4328)
10949 (MSN 382-4329)
10950 (MSN 382-4330) fuselage section as ground trainer at Little Rock AFB, AK
10951 (MSN 382-4331) crashed at Ft. Campbell, KY Dec 10, 1978.  All 5
onboard killed (ASN)
68-10952 ... 68-10957
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
Sold to Norway as BW-A/BW-F.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
10952 (MSN 382-4334) to Royal Norwegian AF as 952 "Odin" BW-A.  Reported as LN-SUW c1970, returned to RNoAF.
To AMARC as AYCF0002 Nov 12, 2008.
10953 (MSN 382-4335) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 953 "Tor" BW-B.  Reportes as LN-SUR c1970 but NTU.  Made last operational
flight Jun 10, 2007. WFU and stored at Gardermoen for spares.  Put on display at Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft 
Collection, Oslo Gardermoen Airport
10954 (MSN 382-4336) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 954 "Balder" BW-C.  To AMARC as AYCF0003 Dec 1, 2008.
10955 (MSN 382-4337) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 955 "Froy" BW-D.  To AMARC as AYCF0001 Oct 2, 2008
10956 (MSN 382-4338) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 956 "Ty" BW-E.  To AMARC as AYCF0004 Dec 11, 2008.
10957 (MSN 382-4339) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 957 "Brage" BW-F.  To AMARC as AYCF0005 Dec 15, 2008.
68-17140 ... 68-17369
Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
Hughes Model 369A Series III.  MSN 1100/1329
17140 (MSN 1100) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jun 1969-Nov 1970
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
17141 (MSN 1101) assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Sep 1971
Accident Sep 20, 1971 South Vietnam, destroyed
17142 (MSN 1102) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jun 1969
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jul 1969-Feb 1970
Combat damage Sep 14, 1969 and force landed, South Vietnam.  Accident  Feb 17, 1970.   The pilot and two passengers 
sustained only minor injuries.
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1970
17143 (MSN 1103) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
17144 (MSN 1104) Registered N6188H to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993 later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
Cedar City, UT, Aug 1, 2011; current
17145 (MSN 391105) Registered N369PS Sep 29, 1999; reregistered Sep 27, 2010.
Registered N99888 Sep 27, 2010; current.  On November 15, 2003 the aircraft, registered to and operated by a 
private individual, crashed while approaching to land in Brooksville, Florida. 
17146 (MSN 391106) Registered N502SL to the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Jan 31, 2001; reregistered.
Registration N502SU reserved Sep 27, 2004; ntu; reregistered Dec 17, 2004
Registration N501SL reserved Oct 29,2004; registered to the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Dec 17, 2004; current
17147 (MSN 1107)
17148 (MSN 1108) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Mar 1970.
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Accident Jul 11, 1971 Ba Xugen Province, RVN, when the Gunner got shot and brought a "bomb" back inside the 
aircraft causing it to explode in mid-air
17149 (MSN 1109) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division. Named Iron Butterfly
Combat damage Oct 28, 1969, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam when the pilot received a fatal head wound prior 
to crashing near Ho Bo Woods while checking out suspected VC at low level.
17150 (MSN 1110)
17151 (MSN 1111) Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Shot down Apr 5, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN. 
The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission about 10 kilometers west-northwest of Tam Ky when it was hit by 
automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
17152 (MSN 1112) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Dec 26, 1969 South Vietnam
17153 (MSN 1113) 
17154 (msn 1114) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division Jun 1969-Feb 1971	
Named Pepe Le Pew.  Registered N6187C to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993; 
cancelled Jul 8, 2008.  On June 15, 1999 the aircraft crashed during the landing approach at Tucson, Arizona. 
The aircraft was destroyed and the commercial pilot, the sole occupant, received serious injuries
17155 (MSN 1115) Assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Modified as MH-6C.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Registered N310HP as a MH-6C to the Oklahoma Dept of Public Safety, Oklahoma, OK, 24Dec08; reregistered 27Jan11
Registered N10532 as a MH-6C to the Oklahoma Dept of Public Safety, Oklahoma, OK, 27Jan11; current
17156 (MSN 1116) Assigned to 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Combat damage Apr 22, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN when the engine was hit.
17157 (MSN 1117) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Aug 9, 1969 South Vietnam
17158 (MSN 1118)
17159 (MSN 1119) registered N62628 to the Harrison County Sheriff Department, Marshall, TX, Jun 10, 1996
Registered N62628 to the City of Temple Police Department, Temple, TX, Jun 12, 2002.
Registered N62628 to the Webb County Sheriff’s Office, Laredo, TX, Apr 19, 2013; current
17160 (MSN 1120)
17161 (MSN 1121)assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads Jul 1969-Oct 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-May 1971
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Apr 1972
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jun 1972-Oct 1972		Named Aloha 
Assigned to D Troop, 17th Cavalry Division Nov 1972				Named Oscar Meyer 
Combat damage Nov 5, 1972 eight miles southeast of Da Nang, South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
17162 (MSN 1122) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Dec 1969
To Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, El Paso, TX. Noted stored Oct 2007
17163 (MSN 1123) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Jul 27, 1971 South Vietnam
17164 (MSN 491124) assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972.
Registration N214HH reserved Aug 9, 2006, taken up Sep 5, 2006
17165 (MSN 1125) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
Shot down Jul 13, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was Shot down during an armed reconnaissance 
mission north of Chu Lai in the vicinity of Sand Island.
17166 (MSN 1126) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  Accident Jul 27, 1971 South Vietnam
17167 (MSN 1127) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jul 1969-Jun 1970.
Accident Jun 30, 1970 South Vietnam. Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1970-Oct 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard Nov 1971-
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade.  Modified as OH-6A
Registered to US Border Patrol as N51844 Aug 12, 1992.  Later to Department of Homeland Security after 2002.  
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011.  Departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT.  Registered to 
USDA Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS) Sep 7, 2011, current. 
Offered for sale Oct 2014.  Sale reported Sep 7, 2011.
17168 (MSN 1128) Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. Accident Sep 4, 1970 South Vietnam.
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Modified as AH-6C.  Modified as MH-6C.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Registration N707MP reserved for Tennesssee Metro Nashville Police Department Oct 9, 2008, taken up Dec 17, 2008.
Registered N707MP as a MH-6C to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, Florence, AZ, Oct 24, 2013; reregistered Feb 26, 2014
Registered N372SD as a MH-6C to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, Florence, AZ, Feb 26, 2014; current
17169 (MSN 1129) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Jun 1969-Oct 1970.
Combat damage Sep 19, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.  Pilot wounded, observer killed.   Assigned to Air 
Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Dec 1970-Nov 1971
Accident Oct 24, 1971 South Vietnam.  Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1973-
17170 (MSN 1130) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Aug 1969.
Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC. Accident Aug 26, 1971
17171 (MSN 1131) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.  Accident Jul 6, 1969 South Vietnam
17172 (MSN 49-1132) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1971-Jan 1972.
Registered N910GD to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, Stuart, FL, Apr 24, 1995; reregistered Dec 3, 2002
Registered N910WC Dec 3, 2002; reregistered Jan 26, 2005.  Registration N531TJ reserved Jun 9, 2004; ntu
Registered N239MY Jan 26, 2005; current
17173 (MSN 1133) Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts
Accident Dec 19, 1972 South Vietnam
17174 (MSN 1134)
17175 (MSN 1135) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division.  Assigned to E Battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry.
Damaged Apr 21, 1971 on a reconnaissance mission in Cambodia when it was hit by automatic weapons fire. 
Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Accident Sep 15, 1971 Hua Nghia Province, RVN. Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters 
for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
Registered N5185B to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 1992 later to Department 
of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
Cedar City, UT, May 3, 2011; current
17176 (MSN 1136) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jul 1969-Oct 1970
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1971-Aug 1971
Combat damage Aug 1, 1971 Thua Thien Province, RVN, crashed and burned during a scout mission south of Phu Bai.
17177 (MSN 1137) assigned to 198th Infantry Brigade.
Accident Nov 26, 1970, Quang Ngai Province, RVN.  Burst into flames. The aircraft was destroyed by the crash fire.
17178 (MSN 1138)
17179 (MSN 1139) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
Shot down Mar 12, 1970, Quang Tri Province, RVN during a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
weapons fire and crashed.
17180 (MSN 1140)
17181 (MSN 1141) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969
17182 (MSN 1142) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Jan 1970.
Accident Feb 12, 1970 South Vietnam
17183 (MSN 1143) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads.
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment [Apr 1970-Jul 1970]
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts [Jan 1971-Mar 1971]
Shot down Mar 14, 1971 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
17184 (MSN 1144) acquired from the U.S. Army by the Lee County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) on January 3, 1996. 
After acquisition by the LCSO, the aircraft was shipped to Heli-Tech, located in Panama City, Florida, 
where it was refurbished and given an annual inspection. After completion, the helicopter was delivered to the 
LCSO on October 16, 1996, and placed into service. 
Registered N72LC to the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Myers, FL May 16, 1997; Cancelled Sep 25, 2002
On December 20, 1999 the helicopter, registered to and operated by the Lee County Sheriff's Office (LCSO), 
crashed into the roof of a building. 
17185 (MSN 1145) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry. 
Accident Aug 28, 1969 South Vietnam
17186 (MSN 1146) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1969
Shot down Oct 29, 1969 west of Kin Long, An Xugen Province, RVN. The aircraft was Shot down while providing 
close support to heavily engaged ground forces. A few seconds after a radio call notifying that the observer 
was hit, the aircraft exploded.
17187 (MSN 1147)
17188 (MSN 591148) Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1970-Mar 1971
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1971
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972-Feb 1972
Registered N104BN to the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, Meridian, MS, 13Jan97. Cancelled Oct 25, 2010 
on export to the Philippines.  Registered 2006 to Jans Helicopters Inc as RP-C4912 but NTU. 
On December 28, 2008 the aircraft impacted ocean water and sank following a loss of control on takeoff 
from a fishing vessel in the Pacific Ocean's Solomon Sea, about 350 miles west of Honiara, Solomon Islands. 
The pilot, a Philippine national, was not found and is presumed dead, and the passenger, a Chinese national, 
sustained serious injuries. The helicopter, which was registered to Oceanside Helicopters, Inc., of 
Port Vila, Vanuatu, was not recovered and is presumed destroyed.
17189 (MSN 1149) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Sep 1969
Combat damage Sep 13, 1969 South Vietnam and crashed. Later recovered for repair
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1970-Aug 1970
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Dec 1970-Mar 1971
Assigned to 498th Medical Air Ambulance Company [Dustoff] Apr 1971-May 1971
Shot down May 30, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
17190 (MSN 1150)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jul 1969-Oct 1970.
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Feb 27, 1971 South Vietnam
17191 (MSN 1151) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972
Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
Used in the US invasion of Grenada in October 1983, code-named URGENT FURY.
17192 (MSN 1152)
17193 (MSN 1153) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the 
Army's Special Forces.  Registered N5185H as a OH-6 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 
Aug 12, 1992 later to Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services 
(USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Jun 14, 2011; current.
The aircraft on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK listed as 68-17193 is actually 
a parts airframe built up from several different aircraft.
17194 (MSN 1154) 	Assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jul 1969-Apr 1970
Combat damage Apr 24, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered to An Khe for repair.
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970 
Assigned to Directorate, Sharpe Army Depot Jun 1970-Aug 1970
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to Directorate, Sharpe Army Depot Dec 1970-Apr 1971
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1971
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Aug 1971-Oct 1971
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972-Apr 1972
Accident and destroyed Apr 17, 1972, South Vietnam
17195 (MSN 1155) assigned to C Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Jul 28, 1971, South Vietnam.  Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for 
assignment to the Army's Special Forces.  Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
17196 (MSN 1156)
17197 (MSN 1157) at VFW Post #7779, Hyde Park, Vermont
17198 (MSN 1158) assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
dent Oct 29, 1971, South Vietnam
17199 (MSN 1159) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
Accident Jun 20, 1970, South Vietnam
17200 (MSN 1160) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1971-Mar 1972
Shot down Mar 30, 1972 Kontum Province. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance of a bunker-hooch complex 
about 12 miles W-SW of Kontum. During the mission, small arms fire from one of the hooch’s downed the aircraft.
17201 (MSN 1161) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Mar 1970-May 25, 1970.  Accident Jun 5, 1970, South Vietnam
17202 (MSN 1162) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Jul 1969
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Aug 1969-Dec 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1971-Mar 1971
Accident Mar 30, 1971 South Vietnam. 
17203 (MSN 1163) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1972-May 1972
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Jun 1972
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973-Mar 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974-
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama, B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment
Registered N521KS to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Oct 21, 1996; expired Dec 31, 2012
17204 (MSN 1164) assigned to US Army National Guard - Pennsylvania.
On display at Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum, Fort Indiantown Gap, Muir AAF, PA Oct 2007.
17205 (MSN 1165) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jul 1969-Mar 1970
Accident Apr 6, 1970, South Vietnam
17206 (MSN 1166) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Aug 1969-Mar 1970
Damaged Sep 11, 1969 Chu Lai, South Vietnam. 
Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Apr 1970-Aug 1971
Accident Jul 4, 1971 South Vietnam. 
Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1972-Nov 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Dec 1972-Jun 1974
Assigned to 85th Division Training, Army Reserves, Chicago, IL Oct 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Nov 1974-
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Massachusetts. D Troop 1/110th Air Cavalry, Westover AFB
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Vermont [1976]
Preserved and on display at Burlington International Airport, VT
17207 (MSN 1167) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
Damaged Feb 19, 1971 Phu Yen Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it 
was hit by automatic weapons fire.
Combat damage May 2, 1971 in the U Minh Forest, Kien Giang Province
17208 (MSN 1168) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division Jul 1969-Feb 1970
Accident Feb 8, 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Nov 1970-Oct 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Feb 1973
Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA Jan 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1973-
17209 (MSN 1169) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads .
Assigned to Directorate for Support Transportation
Combat damage Apr 6, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a satchel charge and caught fire.
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division, 1st Aviation Brigade [Dec 1972]
Shot down by automatic weapons fire Dec 7, 1972 west of Saigon, RVN. 
17210 (MSN 1170) delivered to US Army Jun 1969.
Assigned to 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division 
Accident Jan 31, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.  Crashed and burned.
17211 (MSN 1171)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
Accident Jul 2, 1972, South Vietnam
17212 (MSN 1172) to the Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional as 515. W/o by Mar 1977
Registered N215GS to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Oct 21, 1996; cancelled Apr 15, 2013
17213 (MSN 1173) to Nicaraguan AF as 516 and written off on August 20, 1975.  Also listed as Kansas City Police Department
parts donor aircraft, hulk advertised for sale by GSA Auctions Apr 20, 2015
17214 (MSN 1174) (9th Cav, 1st Sqn, A Troop) shot down by small arms fire in SVN May 2, 1970. 3 KIA.
To the Nicaraguan Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional as 517. W/o Feb 3, 1972
17215 (MSN 1175)
17216 (MSN 1176) Registered N911EP to St Louis County Police Department, Chesterfield, MO, 11Apr 11, 1997; current
On July 13, 1999 the aircraft sustained substantial damage during an auto-rotational landing to the surface
17217 (MSN 691177)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, Named Cheap Thrils
Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
Registered N294GS to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Mar 18, 1998; current
17218 (MSN 591178) The helicopter was transferred to the DEA on September 4, 1992
Registered N234ZM; cancelled Jun 4, 2013.
Accident Aug 25, 1995. The aircraft was practicing pinnacle landings to an elevated structure. It began 
spinning to the right, landed hard and rolled on its side.
On September 25, 1998, a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) OH-6A, registration N234ZM, crashed 
about 1 mile east of Copeland Airport (4TA), Newark, Texas. The aircraft was destroyed by impact and post-crash fire.
17219 (MSN 1179) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry.
Combat damage Sep 16, 1969 Pleiku Province, RVN, and crashed
17220 (MSN 1180) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jul 1969-Dec 1969
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Division, Phuoc Vinh Sep 1970-Mar1971	Named Give Blood
Accident Mar 17, 1971 South Vietnam
17221 (MSN 1181)
17222 (MSN 1182) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1969-Sep 1969
Combat damage Sep 20, 1969 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Oct 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to 163rd Composite Supply Company May 1971-Jan 1972
17223 (MSN 691183) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1971-Feb 1972
Registered N187YM Oct 21, 1993; cancelled Jun 4, 2013
Registration N187YM assigned Aug 8, 2013; ntu, cancelled Feb 13, 2014
Registered N187YM May 22, 2014; current
17224 (MSN 1184) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1969
Combat damage Sep 20, 1969 South Vietnam
17225 (MSN 1185) Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's 
Special Forces
17226 (MSN 1186)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Aug 1969-Oct 1971
Accident Oct 25, 1969 South Vietnam. In flight at 1400 ft & 80 knots, the aircraft experienced anti-torque 
failure; the aircraft auto rotated into a rice paddy. 
Combat damage Dec 26, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired on the spot and returned to base. 
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, Feb 1974-
17227 (MSN 1187) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
Accident Sep 7, 1969 near Lai Khe,  South Vietnam. The aircraft was caught in a cross fire during a 
visual reconnaissance. The pilot was hit 5 times, the aircraft crashed and rolled over.
17228 (MSN 1188) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
17229 (MSN 1189) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Dec 12, 1971 South Vietnam
17230 (MSN 1190) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to NASA for the "Higher Harmonic Control" flight test programme. This was a joint programme between 
NASA and the U.S. Army. The programme was flown from the Hughes Test Flight Facility at Palomar Airport 
in California and the Yuma proving grounds in Arizona. This programme took place between 1982 and 1985. 
The modified aircraft was first flown at the US Army Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona, on 25 August, 1982, 
and was evaluated by the manufacturer, the Army's Research and Technology Laboratories, and the NASA 
Langley Research Center.  Last reported at Falcon Field, Phoenix, AZ.
17231 (MSN 1191) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jul 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Sep 1969-Oct 1969
Combat damage Oct 20, 1969 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
17232 (MSN 1192) Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Division.
Accident Oct 2, 1969 Binh Dinh Province, RVN
17233 (MSN 1193)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1971-Apr 1971
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment  
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1971-Nov 1971
Accident Nov 1, 1971 South Vietnam, destroyed
17234 (MSN 691194) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Aug 1969-Dec 1971
Registered N72LB to the City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, 12Nov 12, 1999. Reregistered May 1, 2012
Registered N658JL May  1, 2012; current
On July 6, 2006 the aircraft was substantially damaged during a hard landing near Medford, Oregon.	
17235 (MSN 1195)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division. Accident Feb 11, 1971, South Vietnam
17236 (MSN 1196) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1971-Nov 1971
Accident Nov 18, 1971, South Vietnam
17237 (MSN 1197) Assigned to 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division.  Accident Nov 16, 1969, South Vietnam
17238 (MSN 1198) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Le Disiple Du Paix
17239 (MSN 1199)  Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division.
Accident May 29, 1970, South Vietnam
17240 (MSN 1200) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse 
17241 (MSN 1201) Registration N40863 assigned; ntu
Registered N691PD to Kansas City Police Department, Kansas City, MO, Nov 7, 1994; reregistered Oct 23, 2012
Registered N331AB to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Birmingham, AL, Oct 23, 2012; reregistered Oct 21, 2013
Registered N369LE to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Birmingham, AL, 21Oct 21, 2013
17242 (MSN 1202)  Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces
17243 (MSN 691203) assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970
Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment
Used Apr 8, 1972 to extract eight soldiers to safety.	
Assigned to F Troop, 9th Cavalry Armored Division.  Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Rhode Island
Registered N73LB to the City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, Nov 12, 1999. Reregistered Nov 25, 2003
Registration N363SF assigned; ntu.  Registered N243D Nov 25, 2003; cancelled Dec 16, 2009.
On August 6, 2004 the aircraft sustained substantial damage when it impacted the ground following a loss of 
directional control while landing at Merrill Field, Anchorage, Alaska. 
Registered N243D to Evan Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Oct 17, 2012; current
17244 (MSN 1204) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Division
Combat damage Sep 11, 1969 Binh Duong Province, RVN when it was hit by AK fire and crashed.
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Nov 1971-Jul 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
17245 (MSN 1205) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. Accident Jun 24, 1970, South Vietnam
17246 (MSN 1206) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 196th Infantry Brigade
Accident Jan 26, 1970 Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam. . The aircraft hit in a tail-low attitude, severing 
the drive shaft but not breaking off the tail assembly, and came to rest off the side of the landing pad. 
Three men on the ground immediately made for the helicopter in order to assist the crewmen; one of them 
was struck and killed by the helicopter's still-rotating blades as he approached the aircraft to rescue the crew.
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Feb 1972
Shot down Mar 27, 1971 South Vietnam from small arms fire that damaged the flight controls and resulted in a 
forced landing and destruction of the aircraft.
[The 7-17 Cavalry history states that the aircraft returned to the US Feb 1972 but quotes the date of loss as Mar71 
and also quotes the Goldbook as this aircraft being a total loss]
17247 (MSN 1207) Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar71-May71
Shot down near Camp Enari, Pleiku Province, South Vietnam May 20, 1971. 2 KIA.
17248 (MSN 1208) assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1971-Mar 1971
Accident Mar 27, 1971, South Vietnam
17249 (MSN 1209) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Modified as MH-6C
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers. SOC Oct 1, 2008
Registered N129SD as a MH-6C to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Dec 17, 2008; current
17250 (MSN 1210) assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC 
Accident Aug 20, 1971, South Vietnam
17251 (MSN 691211) assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
Registered N58963; cancelled 17Oct 17, 2002
On June 7, 2001 the aircraft, operated by Saber Executive Helicopters, was destroyed during collision 
with mountainous terrain in Perry, West Virginia
17252 (MSN 1212) assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division 
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment [1971]	Named 5th Dimension
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972-1976
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York.  Noted stored at Hemet 1997
Donated to the March Field Museum on  March 5, 2001 by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
Preserved and on display at March Field Museum [restored 2004]
17253 (MSN 1213) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry [Oct69] 
17254 (MSN 1214) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Apr 30, 1971 South Vietnam
17255 (MSN 1215) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1971
Registered N6360S Mar 15, 1999; current
17256 (MSN 1216) Named Snoopybird
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
17257 (MSN 1217) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.  shot down near Snuol, Cambodia Jul 24, 1971.  Pilot rescued, observer and
door gunner KIA.
17258 (MSN 1218) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Mar70-Feb71
Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Modified as MH-6C
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Registered N10532 as a MH-6C to Dale County Sheriff's Office, Ozark, AL, Jan 29, 2009; reregistered N262SD Mar 27, 2009
Registered N262SD as a MH-6C to Dale County Sheriff's Office, Ozark, AL, Mar 27, 2009.
Registered N262SD as a MH-6C to Chilton County Sheriff's Office, Clanton, AL, Nov 7, 2012.
Registered N262SD as a 369A to Oxford Police Department, Oxford, AL, Apr 3, 2015; current
17259 (MSN 1219)
17260 (MSN 1220)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Sep 1969-Nov 1969
17261 (MSN 691221)  registered N74LB to the City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, Nov 12, 1999. Reregistered Nov 25, 2003
Registered N74LB to the Jim’s Air Repair, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Mar 16, 2010; Reregistered N66HH Oct 8, 2013
Registered N66HH to the Jim’s Air Repair, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 8Oct 8, 2013
On September 11, 2010 the aircraft sustained substantial damage following a forced landing into the Pacific 
Ocean about 654 miles southeast of Majuro, Marshal Islands. 
17262 (MSN 1222)  asigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division.  Accident Sep 19, 1969 South Vietnam
17263 (MSN 691223) Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
Registered N249LM Oct 21, 1993; reregistered N369BK May 10, 2013
Registered N369BK May 10, 2013; current
17264 (MSN 1224)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarter Battery, Division Artillery, 4th Infantry Division. 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1970-Dec 1970
Shot down Dec 19, 1970, Tuyen Duc Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a visual reconnaissance mission when it 
received a direct hit from a B40 rocket and exploded.
17265 (MSN 1225)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Oct 1969-Jan 1972
Damaged Sep 4, 1970 South Vietnam. The aircraft was conducting a low level visual reconnaissance when the gunner 
threw a white phosphorous grenade out of the aircraft at a target.  The grenade exploded immediately. 
The pilot proceeded to Ha Than and landed the aircraft without further damage. The aircraft had sustained 
damage to one rotor blade.
Combat damage Jan 27, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
Combat damage Jun 30, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA Jan 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Aug 1973
To AMARC Aug 29, 1978; departed Aug 12, 1981 to Columbia Helicopters, Portland, OR
17266 (MSN 1226)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Sep 1969
17267 (MSN 1227)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Dec 1969-Nov 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-May 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.  Registered N47267 Sep 13, 2012; current
17268 (MSN 1228)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus May 1970-Apr 1971.  Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Sep 1972.  Accident Sep 10, 1972 South Vietnam
Triceracopter: Hope for the Obsolescence of War 1977 by Patricia Renick
Preserved at the Langsam Library, University of Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati’s Walter C. Langsam Library is the home for Triceracopter – an impressive half 
triceratops, half helicopter 30-foot sculpture. Created in 1977 by artist Patricia A. Renick to 
commemorate the U.S. Bicentennial, Triceracopter: The Hope for the Obsolescence of War combines the form 
of a triceratops dinosaur with an Army OH6A Cayuse combat helicopter flown in Vietnam.
Renick spent three years gathering the materials for the sculpture and completing the work. With help from 
the U.S. Army, she secured a badly damaged Vietnam-era helicopter fuselage, reconstructing most 
of it in fiberglass. Other helicopter parts were found and contributed by U.S. Army National Guard 
units in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.
Triceracopter is a gift of Laura H. Chapman, December 2010.
Triceracopter was last exhibited at the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center in 1978.
17269 (MSN 1229)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse [Nov 1969]
Combat damage Nov 7, 1969 Lai Khe, Binh Duong province, RVN. While returning home after a visual reconnaissance, 
the crew went to investigate movement in an open field and were killed instantly by enemy fire.
17270 (MSN 1230) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Mar 1970-Jun 1970.  Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns 
Accident Nov 14, 1970, South Vietnam
17271 (MSN 1231) registered N812SD to Clay County Sheriff's Department, Liberty, MO, Jul 1, 1996; reregistered Jun 14, 2001.
Registered N692PD to Board of Police Commissioners, Kansas City, MO, Jun 14, 2001; reregistered May 31, 2013
Registered N332AB to Sweetwater Police Department, Sweetwater, FL, May 31, 2013; current
17272 (MSN 791232) registered N238JK Oct 21, 1993; sale reported Oct 31, 2008, cancelled May 24, 2012
17273 (MSN 1233)  assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Feb 4, 1972, South Vietnam
17274 (MSN 1234) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Sep 1969-Feb 1970
Combat damage Jan 2, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired
Combat damage Jan 26, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired
Combat damage Feb 3, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered and repaired
Accident Mar 13, 1970 South Vietnam due to engine failure.   Both the pilot and the passenger immediately 
exited the aircraft. There were no injuries.
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1970-May 1970 
17275 (MSN 1235) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Nov 7, 1969, South Vietnam
Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 19th Cavalry Regiment [1970]	Named Queer John
17276 (MSN 1236) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Accident May 20, 1988 when main rotor blade hit the tail boom. and hit the ground near Portland during a 
cross-country training run from Fort Campbell, TN.
17277 (MSN 1237) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jun 12, 1972, South Vietnam
17278 (MSN 1238) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Nov 1969-Apr 1970
Combat damage Apr 19, 1970, South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered for repair and salvage
17279 (MSN 1239) registered N9117H to United States Navy, Monterey, CA, Oct 24, 2000.
Registered N9117H to Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, May 4, 2009; current
17280 (MSN 1240) to civil registry as N6187D with US Border Patrol May 19, 1993, later to Department of Homeland Security.
To AMARC Aug 2010.  Registered to USDA/Aphis Ws Aviation Training May 3, 2011, current.  For sale Oct 2014.
To Hagatna, Guam Feb 18, 2015.
17281 (MSN 1241) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. Accident Sep 30, 1970, South Vietnam
17282 (MSN 791242) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Air Cavalry Regiment [Feb 1971-Jun 1971] 
Registered N369LA to Limey Air Service, Tamuning, Guam, Feb 3, 2003; current
17283 (MSN 791243) 	assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Sep 1969-Feb 1970
Assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Mar 1970-Oct 1970
Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Dec 1970-Jan 1971
Combat damage Jan 5, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered for repair
Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-May 1971
Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1971-Aug 1971
Accident Aug 15, 1971 South Vietnam. The aircraft hit hard on the left skid, collapsing the struts and 
allowing the main rotor blades to contact the ground and damage the tail boom. 
The pilot shut the aircraft down and all crew members exited the aircraft without injury.
Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1971-Nov 1971
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Sep 1972-
Registered N289TH Oct 21, 1993. Registered to Spotters Inc, Tamuning, Guam, Feb 24, 2006; current
17284 (MSN 1244)
17285 (MSN 1245) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Dec 24, 1969, South Vietnam
17286 (MSN 791246) Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-May 1971
Accident May 15, 1971 South Vietnam. The aircraft experienced an anti-torque failure while on a visual 
reconnaissance about 10 miles west of Phu Nhon.  The pilot flew back to Pleiku AFB and made a running 
landing. He over ran the runway incurring damage to the front/left strut and the two main rotor blades.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
Registered N75LC to the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Myers, FL Apr 19, 1995; reregistered  N174RC Aug 21, 2006
Registered N174RC Aug 21, 2006; reregistered  N174EC Mar 16, 2010
Registered N174EC Mar 16, 2010; current
17287 (MSN 1247) Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
Accident May 19, 1972, Phuoc Long Province, RVN. The aircraft was performing a visual reconnaissance of the 
Dong Nai River. The skids of the LOH touched the water, the gunner was knocked out of the aircraft into 
the water. The aircraft went into a left hand, nose high turn, then went nose low into the water and sank
17288 (MSN 1248) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Oct 1969-Apr 1970
Assigned to 196th Infantry Brigade.  Accident Apr 4, 1971, South Vietnam
Probably bailed to Air America July 1971 as ‘17288’ for  a  communications intercept  project  called  “Main  Street”
Registered N352X as a Hughes 369HS/500P, c/n 800248S. 
Modified Jul 1971-Oct 1971 to Hughes 500P, designation NOH-6A 	The Quiet One
Ferried to Air Asia’s base at Tainan, Taiwan late 1971 or  in  January  1972 and  used  there  until  the  
spring  of 1972 to train 6 senior officers from the 34th Squadron of the Republic of China Air Force 
for a wiretap mission into North Vietnam.  Loaded  into  an  Air  America  C-130  and  flown  to  Takhli, 
Thailand about June 1972; flown to PS 44 [an isolated guerrilla base on a mountain plateau in southern Laos] 
in June 1972 for a wiretap mission into North Vietnam; Used  by  Taiwanese  crewmen  from  the  RoCAF’s  
34th  Squadron  to  practice  night missions near PS 44 until early September 1972, when the Taiwanese were 
sent home; then, Air America crews were trained to fly to Vinh in North Vietnam and to tap the telephone  
line;  after  several  failures,  that  mission  was  successfully completed  in  the night  of  6  to  7  
December 1972. Flown  to  Thailand  on  board  an  Air  America  C-130  in December   1972,   immediately   
after   the   Vinh   mission   was   completed
Sold  to  The  Pacific  Corporation,  Washington,  in  1973;  sold  to  Southern  Sky  Inc., Dallas,  TX,  on  
Jun 27, 1973
Believed transferred  to  the  US  Army  CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, located at Fort 
Belvoir, VA.  Possibly reverted to a regular Hughes 500
17289 (MSN 1249) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse Feb 1971
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse 
Combat damage May 24, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered and repaired
17290 (MSN 1250) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Modified as MH-6C.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Assigned to Foreign Military Sales [FMS]
17291 (MSN 1251)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Sep 1969-Apr 1971.
Shot down Apr 11, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
17292 (MSN 1252) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1969-Apr 1970.
Accident May 8, 1970, South Vietnam
17293 (MSN 1253)  assigned to 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division.  Accident Mar 22, 1970, South Vietnam
17294 (MSN 1254) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jun 14, 1971, South Vietnam
17295 (MSN 1255) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Blue Ghost
Combat damage Dec 11, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a visual reconnaissance mission and 
was checking out a trail that showed recent use. The aircraft came under heavy fire; 
the observer was killed, the pilot was struck in the neck by small arms fire during the first salvo and died 
almost instantly. Aircraft was repaired and flown back to base.
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Accident Jul 8, 1972, South Vietnam
17296 (MSN 1256)
17297 (MSN 891257) Probably bailed to Air America July 1971 as ‘17297’ for  a  communications intercept  project  
called  “Main  Street”.  Registered N351X as a Hughes 369HS/500P, c/n 900257S. 
Modified Jul 1971-Oct 1971 to Hughes 500P, designation NOH-6A 	The Quiet One
Ferried to Air Asia’s base at Tainan, Taiwan late 1971 or  in  January  1972 and  used  there  until  the  
spring  of 1972 to train 6 senior officers from the 34th Squadron of the Republic of China Air Force for a 
wiretap mission into North Vietnam.  Loaded  into  an  Air  America  C-130  and  flown  to  Takhli, Thailand 
about June 72; flown to PS 44 [an isolated guerrilla base on a mountain plateau in southern Laos] in June 1972 
for a wiretap mission into North Vietnam; Used  by  Taiwanese  crewmen  from  the  RoCAF’s  34th  Squadron  
to  practice  night missions near PS 44 until early September 1972, when the Taiwanese were sent home; then, 
Air America crews were trained to fly to Vinh in North Vietnam and to tap the telephone  line;  after  several  
failures,  that  mission  was  successfully completed  in  the night  of  6  to  7  December  1972.
Flown  to  Thailand  on  board  an  Air  America  C-130  in December   1972,   immediately   after   the   
Vinh   mission   was   completed.
Sold  to  The  Pacific  Corporation,  Washington,  in  1973;  sold  to  Southern  Sky  Inc., Dallas,  TX,  on  June 27, 1973
Believed transferred  to  the  US  Army  CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, located at Fort 
Belvoir, VA.  Possibly reverted to a regular Hughes 500
Registered N6188L as an OH-6A to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 19May93; cancelled Feb 16, 2005.
On October 25, 2004 the aircraft landed hard during a forced landing following a loss of engine power near Tucson, Arizona. 
17298 (MSN 1258)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).  Accident Feb 25, 1971, South Vietnam
Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers.  Used in weapons testing.
17299 (MSN 1259)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Jul 1970-Aug 1970.
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1971-Apr 1971.
Shot down Apr 26, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
17300 (MSN 1260) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1969-Feb 1971.
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Sep 1972
Accident Sep 6, 1972, South Vietnam
17301 (MSN 1261) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Nov 1969-Nov 1970
Modified as EH-6B in 1982 for SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) and other electronic surveillance activities in 
support of Special Forces.
Assigned to 45th Aviation Battalion, US Army National Guard – Oklahoma
Accident Mar 5, 1987. Mid-air crash 3 miles south of Wagoner, OK during night training under NVGs [night vision goggles]. 
After collision, this aircraft erupted into a fireball and crashed into a heavily wooded area. 
The other aircraft crash landed and toppled on its side approx 50' from Hwy 69
17302 (MSN 1262)
17303 (MSN 1263)
17304 (MSN 1264)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment
Accident Feb 18, 1970, South Vietnam
17305 (MSN 1265) Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division 
Accident Jun 4, 1970, South Vietnam
17306 (MSN 1266) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Dec 1969-Feb 1971
Accident Mar 22, 1971, near Da Nang, South Vietnam
17307 (MSN 1267) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1969-Apr 1970.
Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
17308 (891268) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse.
Registered N46TP to City of Tampa Police Department, Tampa, FL, 10Nov94; cancelled Nov 8, 2013
On January 4, 2002 the aircraft, registered to, owned, and operated by the City of Tampa Police Department, 
collided with terrain during training maneuvers in a field near Tampa International Airport in Tampa, 
Florida. The helicopter sustained substantial damage.  For sale by auction Feb 20, 2015
17309 (MSN 1269) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Apr 22, 1972, South Vietnam
17310 (MSN 1270) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Nov 1969-Jan 1970.
Combat damage Jan 26, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company (General Support), 101st Airborne Division Apr 1970-Dec 1971 
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jan 1974-
Registered N317LC to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Department, New Port Richey, FL, May 1, 1996; cancelled Jun 28, 2011
Registered N317LC to Bravo Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Jun 26, 2013; current
On January 2, 2003 the aircraft, registered to and operated by Pasco County Sheriff's Office, landed hard 
during an autorotative landing following a loss of engine power after takeoff from Hidden Lake Airport, 
New Port Richey, Florida. The helicopter was substantially damaged
17311 (MSN 991271) Registered N239MY Oct 21, 1993; reregistered Jan 10, 2005
Registered N531TJ Jan 10, 2005; reregistered Oct 4, 2011
Registered N156KS Oct 4, 2011; current
17312 (MSN 1272) assigned to A Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Apr 1970.
Accident Jan 17, 1970, South Vietnam
17313 (MSN 1273) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Apr 1970
Accident May 12, 1970, South Vietnam
17314 (MSN 1274) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, Division Artillery, 1st Infantry Division Jan 1970-Feb 1970.
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1970-Dec 1971.
Accident Jul 8, 1971 South Vietnam.   Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA, Jan 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1974-Jun 1974
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, Aug 1975-
To AMARC Sep 27, 1978; departed Jun 24, 1981 to Felker AAF, Fort Eustis, VA
17315 (MSN 1275)
17316 (MSN 1276) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to 45th Aviation Battalion, US Army National Guard – Oklahoma
Accident Mar 5, 1987. Mid-air crash 3 miles south of Wagoner, OK during night training under NVGs. After collision, 
the other aircraft erupted into a fireball and crashed into a heavily wooded area. This aircraft crash 
landed and toppled on its side approx 50' from Hwy 69.
Assigned to Foreign Military Sales [FMS]
17317 (MSN 1277) assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1971-Feb 1972.
Accident Oct 5, 1971 South Vietnam.
17318 (MSN 1278)  registered N318LC to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Department, New Port Richey, FL, May 1, 1996. 
Registered to Alfa Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Mar 15, 2012; current
17319 (MSN 1279)  Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division.  Accident Jun 4, 1970, South Vietnam
17320 (MSN 1280) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
Accident Sep 7, 1970, South Vietnam
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
Noted stored at Yuma, AZ, 1997
Registered N5185C to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Oct 19, 2000, later to Department of 
Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services 
(USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, May 4, 2011; sale reported Feb 19, 2015 to Hagatna, Guam
17321 (MSN 1281) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
Shot down  May 21, 1970 in Cambodia. The aircraft was on reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
weapons fire and crashed.
17322 (MSN 1282) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jan 1970.
Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment Dec 1970-Mar 1971, operated by F Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Combat damage Mar 5, 1971 South Vietnam. Force landed and repaired
Shot down Mar 4, 1971, Tinh Binh Tuy Province, RVN. Acting as the scout on a "Sniffer" mission, the aircraft was 
laying down suppressive fire when it was caught in a lethal crossfire of AK-47 and simultaneously hit by 
a B-40 rocket. The aircraft went into a violent spin, smashed through the jungle canopy and burst into 
flames upon impact.
17323 (MSN 1283) assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division.  Accident Jun 12, 1970, South Vietnam.
17324 (MSN 1284) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1970-Feb 1972
Registration N4086Q assigned Sep 23, 1994; ntu, cancelled May 25, 2011
17325 (MSN 1285) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
Accident Dec 5, 1970, South Vietnam
17326 (MSN 1286) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
Accident Sep 26, 1970, South Vietnam
17327 (MSN 1287) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Dec 1970 
Assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads Jan 1970-Mar 1970
Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul72-Jan73
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL
17328 (MSN 1288) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry, 25th Infantry Dec 1969-Apr 1970
Combat damage Mar 16, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered to Tay Ninh for repair
Combat damage Apr 11, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jun 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division May 1971-Jun 1971
Combat damage Jun 21, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire, force landed and destroyed. 
17329 MSN 1289) assigned to D Troop, 17th Cavalry.
Accident Oct 26, 1972, Quang Ngai Province, RVN. While on a scout mission, hovering at tree-top level, 
a command-detonated mine blew the aircraft out of the air.
17330 (MSN 1290) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Accident Mar 23, 1970, South Vietnam
17331 (MSN 1291) donated to the March Field Museum on March 5, 2001 by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
Pod noted in storage area at March Field Museum Jan 2002.
17332 (MSN 1292) Assigned to Division Artillery of the 23rd Infantry Division at Chu Lai, South Vietnam.
Damaged Oct 11, 1970, Duc Pho, RVN. Damaged Jul 1971 and shipped to USA for repair
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division, Tan My, South Vietnam.
Damaged Dec 21, 1972. The aircraft was flying at 150 feet with an airspeed of 80 knots. The pilot noticed a 
change in engine noise signifying engine failure, and the engine out warning lit as the helicopter began 
an autorotation. The helicopter made a hard landing on a narrow dirt road and sustained some damage on touchdown.
Shipped to USA for repair Feb 1973. Stored
Assigned US Army National Guard – Oklahoma Mar 1974
Assigned to Task Force 160. Transferred to Fort Campbell, KY
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Modified as MH-6C.  Last flight Jan 9, 1998 and SOC
Converted 2006 into A/MH-6 “Little Bird” Light Assault/Attack Configurable (LASAR) Combat Mission Simulator (CMS) at
Ft. Campbell, Kentucky
17333 (MSN 1293) to US Navy as 687333. Modified as TH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H
Assigned to US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD as TPS #42. SOC 2008
17334 (MSN 1294) assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
Registered N5185L to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, El Paso, TX, Mar 2, 1999; 
cancelled Apr 1, 2002 at owner's request
Registered N369AH as a Little Bird LLC 6C with c/n 1294 to Little Bird LLC, Santa Teresa, NM, Oct 30, 2013; 
current [used as a photographic and film production prop]
17335 (MSN 1295) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads.
Accident May 10, 1970 Saigon, RVN.  Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) [Sep71]
Accident Sep 13, 1971 South Vietnam
17336 (MSN 1296)
17337 (MSN 1297) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
Shot down  Jan 22, 1971, Laos. The aircraft was shot down near Bear Cat in III Corps. The aircraft was part of a 
Hunter-Killer team that day. The pilot had spotted an active base camp through 
a high canopy. In the process of turning around over the camp for another look, he was shot down. 
Both the pilot and observer survived the crash through the canopy. After exiting the burning helicopter, 
they were shot at close range by the Viet Cong
17338 (MSN 1298) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
Shot down Jun 12, 1972 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and rolled over, Thua Thien Province, RVN
17339 (MSN 1299) registered N339SD to Erie County Sheriff’s Office, Buffalo, NY, Dec 14, 1994; expired Jun 20, 2013
17340 (MSN 1300) Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Miss Clawd IV
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
Preserved and on display at the US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL 
17341 (MSN 1301) Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's 
Special Forces.  Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade.
Registered N5185N to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 1992, later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. Expired Jan 31, 2012. 
Sale reported Feb 26, 2015 to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT.
17342 (MSN 1302)
17343 (MSN 1303) Assigned to 7 Corps Support Company, West Germany Jan 1970.
Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1970-Feb 1971
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1971-Feb 1972
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-May 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Armored Division Aug 1972-Dec 1972
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973-Mar 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974-
Preserved and on display at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Schenectady County Airport, Glenville, NY
17344 (MSN 1304) Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
Shot down by ground fire W of Hue, SVN Jun 11, 1972. All 3 KIA.
17345 (MSN 1305) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Feb 1970-Aug 1970.
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970-Feb 1972
Registered N473SD to Citrus County Sheriff’s Office, Inverness, FL, Feb 13, 1998; current
17346 (MSN 1306) 	assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jan 1970-Sep 1970.
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1970-Feb 1971
Accident Feb 13, 1971 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1971
Assigned to Lexington Depot, KY, Jul 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to U.S. Army Aviation Test Board, Fort Rucker Jan 1972-Oct 1974
Assigned to the US Army National Guard Nov 1974-
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
Registered N5185S to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 1992, later to Department 
of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services 
(USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Jun 15, 2011; current.
17347 (MSN 1091307) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jan 1970-Nov 1970.
Registered N369JH to Judy’s Helicopters, Tamuning, Guam, Sep 13, 2002; cancelled 25Oct 2010 to the Philippines
Registered Jan 5, 2006 as RP-C4908 to Jan's Helicopter Services of Quezon City, Philippines 
17348 (MSN 1308) Assigned to 7 Corps Support Company, West Germany Jan 1970.
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1970-Mar 1970.
Combat damage 22Mar70 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered for repair
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1970-Oct 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard Nov 1971-
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
Registered N5186J to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 1992, later to Department 
of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services 
(USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Jun 3, 2011; sale reported Feb 18, 2015 to Hagatna, Guam.
17349 (MSN 1309)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
Accident May 3, 1970 South Vietnam
17350 (MSN 1310) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Feb 1970-Apr 1970.
Accident Apr 30, 1970 South Vietnam
17351 (MSN 1311)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1970-Jun 1970
Accident Jul 18, 1970 South Vietnam
17352 (MSN 1312)  assigned to 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry.
Accident Sep 11, 1970 South Vietnam.
17353 (MSN 1313)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1970-Aug 1971
Accident Aug 31, 1971 South Vietnam
17354 (MSN 1314) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1970-Mar 1970.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 198th Infantry Brigade.
Shot down by small arms fire in Quang Ngai Province, SVN May 22, 1970. 3 KIA.
17355 (MSN 1315)
17356 (MSN 1316) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1970-Aug 1971
Combat damage Sep 20, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1971-Nov 1971
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, NY, Feb 1972
17357 (MSN 1191317) assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Jan 1970-Feb 1970
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1970-Jun 1970
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support), Chu Lai, RVN Jul 1970-Oct 1970
Accident Jul 25, 1970 at Chu Lai, RVN.   Assigned to 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1970-Dec 1970
Accident Dec 9, 1970 Camp Evans, RVN. 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1971-May 1971
Accident Jan 9, 1971 Camp Eagle, RVN. 
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support), Chu Lai, RVN Jun 1971-Jul 1971
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1971-Oct 1971
Accident Aug 16, 1971 Camp Evans, RVN.   
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors Nov 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Armored Division Jan 1972-Apr 1972
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1972-Jun 1972 
Accident May 15, 1972 Bien Hoa Province, RVN
Accident May 25, 1972 Bien Hoa Province, RVN
Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Armored Division Jun 1972-Jul 1972
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts Aug 1972-Jan 1973
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973-Mar 1973
Loaned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Apr 1973-May 1973
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot May 1973-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles #5, Fort Rucker, AL, Feb 1974-Dec 1975
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – New York, 42nd Aviation Battalion
Stolen 1988 by an enlisted Army person and severely wrecked at Lakehurst, NJ. Severe damage resulted to 
the structural airframe, including the keel, seat pans, ribs, and landing gear.
Assigned to 1108th Aviation Classification Repair Depot  [AVCRAD] , Gulfport, MS 1988-Oct 15, 1989
Received by the Valley Aircraft Restoration Society Oct 15, 1989
Since restored to static display condition by Valley Aircraft Restoration Society of Mesa, AZ.
17358 (MSN 1318) modified as EH-6B in 1982 for SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) and other electronic surveillance 
activities in support of Special Forces.
Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
Registered N5187Y to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 13, 1996, later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
Cedar City, UT, Aug 1, 2011; current
17359 (MSN 1319)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
Accident Jun 9, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was about half-way between FSB Santa Barbara and 
Katum SF Camp when pilot radioed he could not see the road. He was instructed by the C&C to go to 
Tay Ninh and shut down. Communication ceased after pilot acknowledged. The aircraft was found crashed Jun 24, 1970.
17360 (MSN 1320)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Combat damage May 10, 1970 in Cambodia. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by 
automatic weapons fire.
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1971
Accident Oct 24, 1971 South Vietnam
17361 (MSN 1321)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Feb 1970-Nov 1970.
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Mar 1971.
Accident Mar 6, 1971 South Vietnam.   The aircraft crashed, burned and later exploded.
17362 (MSN 1322)  assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Nov 11, 1971 South Vietnam
17363 (MSN 1323) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Jun 20, 1971 South Vietnam
17364 (MSN 1324) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Mar 7, 1971 South Vietnam
17365 (MSN 1325)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Electric Olive II
Named The Enforcer [1972]
17366 (MSN 1326)  assigned to 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry.
Combat damage Jun 6, 1970 South Vietnam, 10 kilometers southeast of the Dau Tieng base camp
17367 (MSN 1327)
17368 (MSN 1328)assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1970-Apr 1970.
Combat damage Apr 1970 South Vietnam and force landed.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep 1970-Oct 1970.
Assigned to 243rd Assault Helicopter Company Apr 1971.
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division May 1971-Jul 1972.
Combat damage May 13, 1971 South Vietnam and  force landed
Accident Jul 19, 1972 in South Vietnam
17369 (MSN 1329) assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Apr 1970.
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Registered N377WH May 15, 2009; expired Sep 30, 2011
69-5813 ... 69-5818
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
Cancelled contract
69-5819 ... 69-5833
Lockheed HC-130N-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarexperience.com
5819 (MSN 382-4363) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned 1st SOW at Hurlburt Field/Eglin, FL.  To AMARC Jun 1, 2015.
5820 (MSN 382-4367) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned 1st SOW
5821 (MSN 382-4368) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 550th SOS/58th SOW.  To AMARC Sep 6, 2013
5822 (MSN 382-4370) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 550th SOS/58th SOS.  To AMARC Jun 7, 2013
5823 (MSN 382-4371) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow and to AMARC Jan 23, 2014.  Last assignment was 9th SOS/1st SOW
5824 (MSN 382-4372)
5825 (MSN 382-4374) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  From 17th SOS/353rd SOW, Kadena to AMARC Jul 17, 2013
5826 (MSN 382-4375) as MC-130P Combat Shadow with 67th Special Operations Squadron/352nd Special Operations
Group and named “Night Owl on the Prowl” in May 2000.  To AMARC Apr 2015
5827 (MSN 382-4376) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 9th SOS/1st SOW.  To AMARC Jun 29, 2013
5828 (MSN 382-4377) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 1st SOSW
5829 (MSN 382-4378)
5830 (MSN 382-4379)
5831 (MSN 382-4380) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 17th SOS/353rd SOS.  To MASDC Nov 3, 2014.
5832 (MSN 382-4381) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 17th SOS/353rd SOW.  To Kirtland AFB.
5833 (MSN 382-4382)
69-6566 ... 69-6583
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarexperience.com
6566 (MSN 382-4340) named "Boss Hog"? in service in 1994 with 435th Airlift Wing.  To AMARC Feb 10, 2003 as CF0198.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
6567 (MSN 382-4341) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared.   Then upgraded to AC-130H, *Ghostrider* under Project Pave Spectre II.  Assigned
to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  Shot down over Kuwait Jan 31, 1991, Desert Storm.  Crew of 14 KIA.
6568 (MSN 382-4342) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Bad Company* under Project Pave Spectre II.  
Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Dec 15, 2014
6569 (MSN 382-4343) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Fatal Attraction*.  Named "Excalibur" with
16th SOS, 27th SOW, then to AMARC May 28, 2015.
6570 (MSN 382-4344) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Hussie* under Project Pave Spectre II.  
Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Feb 7, 2014
6571 (MSN 382-4345) converted to AC-130E *Spectre 22* under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level 
television and forward-looking infrared. Damaged by AAA Mar 30, 1972 near 
An Loc, Vietnam, but pilot retained control until 15 crew members could bail out over 
friendly territory.  All survived and were rescued.
6572 (MSN 382-4346) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Gravedigger* under Project Pave Spectre II.  
Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  In 2014 was on display at 27th Special Ops Wing Air Park at 
Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
6573 (MSN 382-4347) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Nightstalker* under Project Pave Spectre II.
Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Apr 2015
6574 (MSN 382-4348) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared.   , then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Iron Maiden* under Project Pave Spectre II..  
To AMARC Sep 15, 2014
6575 (MSN 382-4349) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Wicked Wanda* under Project Pave Spectre II.  Participated
in Operation Just Cause, the Iran Hostage crisis, Operation Eagle Pull, Operation Frequent Wind, Operation
Desert Storm, Operation Urgent Fury, and Operation Continue Hope.  To 4th SOS, 1st SOW.
Flown to Hurlburt Field, FL Dec 19, 2014 and will be retired in 2015 and put on display at Hurlburt Field 
Air Park.  Towed to Hurlburt Field Air Park for display Aug 15, 2015.
6576 (MSN 382-4351) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Hellraiser*.
Crashed over Indian Ocean off coast of Kenya Mar 14, 1994 following accidental
detonation of on-board ammunition while practice-firing 105mm cannon.  8 out of 14 crew killed.
Was supporting operations at Mogadishu, Somalia.
6577 (MSN 382-4352) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Death Angel*.  Assigned to 16th Special
Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Apr 4, 2014.
6578 (MSN 382-4353) crashed at Little Rock AFB Nov 12, 1971.
10 of 11 onboard killed.
6579 (MSN 382-4354) to GC-130E ground trainer at Dyess AFB.  Seen 2008 on display by main gate at Dyess AFB, Texas.
6580 (MSN 382-4356) delivered to the USAF Dec 1, 1969
To 64th Tactical Airlift Wing (Tactical Air Command), Sewart AFB, TN Dec 1969
Unit assigned Mar 1970 to Little Rock AFB, AR (deployments to RAF Mildenhall, UK and 
Rhein Main AB, West Germany)
To 314th Tactical Airlift Wing (TAC), Little Rock, AFB May 1971 (deployments to Elmendorf 
AFB, AK and Howard AFB, Panama)
Unit assigned to Military Airlift Command Dec 1974 (deployments to Rhein Main AFB, 
Clark AB, Philippines and RAF Mildenhall)
To 317th Tactical Airlift Wing (MAC), Pope AFB, NC Feb 1983 (deployments to RAF Mildenhall and 
Rhein Main AB)
Retired from Pope AFB, NC Feb 2, 2004 and flew final flight to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB,
Delaware for display
6581 (MSN 382-4357) crashed Ramstein, West Germany Jan 14, 1981 when
suffered fin stall on takeoff.  9 killed.  (ASN)
6582 (MSN 382-4359) to AMARC as CF0200 Feb 10, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
6583 (MSN 382-4360) to AMARC as CF0199 Feb 10, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
69-6584 ... 69-6598
Cancelled contract for Lockheed HC-130N Hercules
69-7706 ... 69-7710
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4294/4298
Sold to Iran as 5-117/5-121.
70-1259 ... 70-1276
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
MSN 4404,4410,4413/4415,4417/4421,4423/4426,4428,4429,4434,4435.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
1259 (MSN 382-4404) to AMARC as CF0213 Apr 8, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  In 2012 nose section was in a hangar at Pueblo Air Museum awaiting restoration.
1260 (MSN 382-4410)
1261 (MSN 382-4413) to AMARC as CF0258 Apr 12, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1262 (MSN 382-4414) to AMARC Jun 17, 2005 as CF0220.  Left AMARC Aug 2007 for L-3
Integrated Systems, Waco, TX for refurbishment for Polish AF.  Incorporates
center wing box from C-130 58-0714.  Intended for Jan 2009 delivery with
serial number 1503, but actually delivered to Polish AF as 1502 on Apr 26, 2010.
1263 (MSN 382-4415, "Grunt Truck") to AMARC Jun 30, 2005 as CF0222.  To go to Polish AF,
but still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Left AMARC Feb 2008 for L-3
Integrated Systems, Waco, TX for refurbishment for Polish AF.  Incorporates
center wing box from C-130 61-0958.  Intended for Aug 2009 delivery with
serial 1504.
1264 (MSN 382-4417) named "Elenor"  with 37th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing in Jul 1998.
1265 (MSN 382-4418) to AMARC as CF0230 Nov 20, 2006. 
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1266 (MSN 382-4419) to AMARC as CF0246 Dec 27, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1267 (MSN 382-4420) to AMARC as CF0240 Dec 13, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1268 (MSN 382-4421) to AMARC as CF0215 Apr 8, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1269 (MSN 382-4423) modified to Special Ops C-130E.  Put on display
at Pope AFB Museum, North Carolina  Tail used to fix 68-10942.
Now carries 68-10942's patched-up tail.
1270 (MSN 382-4424) named “Spruce Moose” with 317th TAW in November 1990.   to AMARC as CF0231 Nov 21, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1271 (MSN 382-4425) to AMARC Jul 17, 2009
1272 (MSN 382-4426) to AMARC Apr 8, 2005 as CF0216.  Left AMARC Nov 2007 for
L-3 Integrated Systems, Waco, TX for refurbishment for Polish AF.
Incorporates center wing box from C-130 59-5957.  Intendeded for May 2009
delivery with serial 1502
1273 (MSN 382-4428) to AMARC Jul 15, 2005 as CF0224.  Left AMARC Jun 2007 for L-3
Integrated Systems, Waco, TX for refurbishment for Polish AF.  Incorporates
center wing box from C-130 59-1525.  Intended for Dec 2008 delivery with
serial 1501.  Delivered to Polish AF Mar 24, 2009.
1274 (MSN 382-4429) to AMARC as CF0273 Jul 23, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1275 (MSN 382-4434) to AMARC as CF0237 Dec 6, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1276 (MSN 382-4435) to AMARC Apr 28, 2005 as CF0218.  To go to Polish AF
but still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Left AMARC Apr 2008 for L-3
Integrated Systems, Waco, TX for refurbishment for Polish AF.  Incorporates
center wing box from C-130 59-1529.  Intended for May 2009 delivery with
serial 1505.
70-1947 ... 70-1947
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 382-4427.  Sold to Turkey as 70-1947
71-0213 ... 71-0223
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
sold to Iran as 5-122/5-132
0214 (MSN 382-4386) to Imperial Iranian AF, reserialled 5-8512 in 1976.  Crashed due to mechanical failure 
after takeoff and crashed into a 10-floor building at Tehran, Iran Dec 6, 2005. 94 on board and 12 on
ground killed.
0223 (MSN 4402) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1971 as 5-132, reserialled
5-8520 in 1976.  Lost control in flight at Shiraz, Iran Jun 19, 1979.
71-1067 ... 71-1069
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
MSN 4411,4416,4422.  Sold to Zaire as 9T-TCA,9T-TCB,9T-TCD
71-1069 crashed 8/18/74
71-1371 ... 71-1373
Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130H Hercules
71-1374 ... 71-1375
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4430,4431
Sold to Israel as 4X-FBA and 4X-EBB under Peace Bata I
1374 (MSN 382-4430) to 4X-JUA, 4X-FBA, 102. 
1375 (MSN 382-4431) to 4X-JUB, 4X-FBB, 4X-EBB/106, 4X-FBB/106
71-1376 ... 71-1376
cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules intended
for Pakistan
71-1468 ... 71-1468
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 4514
Sold to Turkey as ETI-468, 71-1468
71-1797 ... 71-1808
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
Sold to Belgium as CH01/CH12
CH01 MSN 382-4455
CH02 MSN 382-4460.  Destroyed May 5, 2006 in fire at Sabena Techncis.
CH03 MSN 382-4461
CH04 MSN 382-4467
CH05 MSN 382-4470
CH06 MSN 382-4473 crashed 7/15/96
CH07 MSN 382-4476
1804 CH08 MSN 382-4478
CH09 MSN 382-4479
CH10 MSN 382-4481
CH11 MSN 382-4482
CH12 MSN 382-4483
72-0270 ... 72-0281
Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules	 
72-1288 ... 72-1289
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
1288 (MSN 382-4499) to AMARC as CF0255 Mar 21, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1289 (MSN 382-4500) to AMARC Mar 22, 2012
72-1290 ... 72-1290
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
MSN 382-4502.  To AMARC Jul 7, 2010.
72-1291 ... 72-1293
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
1291 (MSN 382-4504) to AMARC as CF0267 Sep 13, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1292 (MSN 382-4505) to AMARC as CF0287 May 1, 2008
1293 (MSN 382-4506) to AMARC as CF0278 Aug 27, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
72-1294 ... 72-1295
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
1294 (MSN 382-4509) to AMARC as CF0262 May 9, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1295 (MSN 382-4510) to AMARC as CF0250 Jan 22, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
72-1296 ... 72-1299
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
1296 (MSN 382-4517) to AMARC as CF0276 May 8, 2008
1297 (MSN 382-4519) burned at Ton Son Nhut airport, Saigon Apr 28, 1975 during rocket attack.
1298 (MSN 382-4521) to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
1299 (MSN 382-4527) to USAF as 1299, Nov 2, 2009 loaned to Poland's Air Force’s 14th Airlift Squadron at Powidz Air Base, 
identified as tail number 1506. Damaged Mazar-I-Sharif Airport (MZR) (Afghanistan) in a forced landing on Feb 2, 2010.
72-1300 ... 72-1302
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
MSN 4501,4507,4513.  To US Coast Guard as 1501/1503. 
72-1303 ... 72-1303
cancelled contract for Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
72-1455 ... 72-1459
cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130H Hercules
73-0839 ... 73-0841
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
MSN 382-4508, 382-4516, 382-4522.  Built for US Navy as LC-130R-1.  To US Navy as 159129/159131
159131 crashed 12/9/87.  Other two returned to USAF.
73-0842 ... 73-0843
Cancelled contract for Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
intended for US Navy as 159132/159133 (cancelled)
73-0844 ... 73-0845
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules 
MSN 4528,4529.  For US Coast Guard as 1503/1504
73-0991 ... 73-0991
Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
MSN 4524 . To Turkey as 12-991, 73-0991.
73-1580 ... 73-1601
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
1580 (MSN 382-4542) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions.
1581 (MSN 382-4543) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1582 (MSN 382-4544)
1583 (MSN 382-4545) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
Named "Speak No Evil" with 43rd ECS/355th Wing in Jul 1997
1584 (MSN 382-4546) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1585 (MSN 382-4547) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1586 (MSN 382-4548) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1587 (MSN 382-4549) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1588 (MSN 382-4550) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1589 (MSN 382-4553) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130329.  Crashed after the load jammed during a dropping operation near 
Edmonton-Namao Field, Canada Nov 16, 1982. All 7 onboard killed.
1590 (MSN 382-4554) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1591 (MSN 382-4555) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130330.  Midair collision with 130331 (USAF 73-1593) 
Mar 29, 1985 and crashed
1592 (MSN 382-4557) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1593 (MSN 382-4559) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130331.  Midair collision with 130330 (USAF 73-1591) 
Mar 29, 1985 and crashed
1594 (MSN 382-4563) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1595 (MSN 382-4564) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
1596 (MSN 382-4568) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130332
1597 (MSN 382-4571)
1598 (MSN 382-4573)
1599 (MSN 382-4574) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130333
1600 (MSN 382-4530) sold to Israel AF as 4X-FBC
1601 (MSN 382-4533) sold to Israel AF as 4X-FBD
73-1678 ... 73-1680
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1678 (MSN 382-4572) to Royal Danish AF as B-678 Apr 1975.  To Egyptian
AF as 1296.
1679 (MSN 382-4587) to Royal Danish AF as B-679 Apr 1975.  To Egyptian
AF as 1297
1680 (MSN 382-4599) to Royal Danish AF as B-680 Jul 1975.  To Egyptian
as as 1298
73-3300 ... 73-3300
Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
MSN 382-4508.  Ex US Navy BuNo 159129.  Originally had been 73-0839 that had been built for US Navy as LC-130R-1
and owned by National Science Foundation and operated by VXE-6 from 1974 to 1995.  Went to AMARC in 1995
and was selected for NSF/ANG coversion to LC-130H.  Removed from AMARC in 1999 and to Raytheon, Texas
for modificatin to LC-130H.  Reserialled 73-3300.  Conversion to LC-130H completed Mar 2003.
Transferred to the 109th Airlift Wing of the New York Air National Guard, stationed at Stratton Air 
National Guard Base, Schenectady, NY.  The 109th AW's mission is to provide airlift support to the 
National Science Foundation's South Pole research program by flying LC-130H Hercules airlifters, modified 
with wheel-ski gear, in support of Arctic and Antarctic operations
74-1654 ... 74-1657
Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
1654 (MSN 382-4615) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 160013
1655 (MSN 382-4626) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 160014
1656 (MSN 382-4629) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 160015
1657 (MSN 382-4635) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 160016
74-1658 ... 74-1693
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1658 (MSN 382-4579)
1659 (MSN 382-4585)
1660 (MSN 382-4592)
1661 (MSN 382-4596) with 36AS/374AW, Yokota
1662 (MSN 382-4597, 40th AS) crashed near Jackson Hole, WY Aug 17, 1996 while on Presidential support mission.
All 9 onboard killed.
1663 (MSN 382-4598)
1664 (MSN 382-4603)
1665 (MSN 382-4604) to Afghan AF as 1665.  Assigned to 3783rd Fixed Wing Squadron.  At Warner-Robbins AFB for 
structural work in 2014.  Fitted with nose section of 74-7072.  Delivered to Kabul IAP Jun 20, 2015
1666 (MSN 382-4611)
1667 (MSN 382-4613)
1668 (MSN 382-4616) delivered to Robins AFB, GA Sep 29, 2015 for 373rd Training Squadron, 402nd Aircraft Maintenance
Group as a ground trainer.
1669 (MSN 382-4617)
1670 (MSN 382-4620)
1671 (MSN 382-4621)
1672 (MSN 382-4623) crashed Nellis AFB Sep 21, 1981.  7 of 68 
onboard killed. (ASN)
1673 (MSN 382-4627)
1674 (MSN 382-4631)
1675 (MSN 382-4640) transferred from 39AS/317AG(Dyess AFB) to Afghan Air Force in 2013 as 1675.  Assigned to
373rd Fixed Wing Squadron. 
1676 (MSN 382-4641)
1677 (MSN 382-4643) transferred from 53AS/19AW(Little Rock AFB) to Afghan Air Force in 2013 as 1677.  Assigned to
373rd Fixed Wing Squadron.
1678 (MSN 382-4645) with 463rd TAW crashed near Erzurum, Turkey Apr 14, 1982 after explosion and inflight fire.
27 killed.
1679 (MSN 382-4646)
1680 (MSN 382-4651)
1681 (MSN 382-4654) crashed Ft. Bragg, NC Aug 9, 1989 while air dropping an artillery piece.
1 of 7 onboard killed (ASN)
1682 (MSN 382-4657)
1683 (MSN 382-4658) served as *Credible Sport* prototype YMC-130H for a rocket-assisted
STOL aircraft, intended for Iran hostage rescue attempt.  Crashed at Duke Field, FL Oct 19, 1980 
during STOL demonstration. (ASN)
1684 (MSN 382-4663)
1685 (MSN 382-4666) in 2009 was fiteed with Large Aircraft Infra-Red Countermeasures System.
1686 (MSN 382-4669) served as YMC-130H aerodynamic prototype for *Credible Sport* STOL program, intended for
Iran hostage rescue attempt.  Partially demodified and is now on display at Robins AFB Museum, on loan 
from USAF Museum.  Declared excess to the museum's needs and was looking for a new home for the aircraft.  
Has been moved to the Robins AFB exercise/training area where is it used as an Aircraft Battle Damage 
Trainer by the 402nd Expeditionary Depot Maintenance personnel.
1687 (MSN 382-4670)
1688 (MSN 382-4675)
1689 (MSN 382-4681) to Afghan AF as 1689.  Due for delivery in 2014.  Assigned to 373rd Fixed Wing Squadron.
1690 (MSN 382-4682)
1691 (MSN 382-4687) named "City of Abilene" with 463rd AW in Apr 1993.
1692 (MSN 382-4688)
1693 (MSN 382-4693) destroyed on ground by fire at Pope AFB Feb 13, 1983.  6 killed.  While the aircraft received 
significant damage, the fuselage was partially restored and rests in a building at the end of the runway.  
It is called a "Hulk Trainer" and is used for med-evac, paratrooper, and load training
74-2061 ... 74-2072
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
2061 (MSN 382-4644)
2062 (MSN 382-4647)
2063 (MSN 382-4655)
2064 (MSN 382-4659) crashed 15 km W of Incirlik, Turkey Mar 14, 1980.  
All 18 onboard killed. (ASN)
2065 (MSN 382-4667) converted to YMC-130H for project "Credible Sport", modified for STOL with rockets,
intended for Iran hostage rescue attempt.  Later reverted to C-130H
2066 (MSN 382-4671)
2067 (MSN 382-4678)
2068 (MSN 382-4694) crashed at Nellis AFB, NV Jun 28, 1983.  6 killed.
2069 (MSN 382-4699)
2070 (MSN 382-4700) delivered to Orlando Intl Airport Oct 27, 2014 and WFU.
2071 (MSN 382-4703)
2072 (MSN 382-4705)
74-2130 ... 74-2134
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
2130 (MSN 382-4711)
2131 (MSN 382-4718)
2132 (MSN 382-4722)
2133 (MSN 382-4730)
2134 (MSN 382-4735) with 103AW/Connecticut ANG at Bradley IAP	 
75-0534 ... 75-0539
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4653, 4662,4668,4680,4686,4692.  Sold to Israel as 4X-FBQ,S,T,U,W,X.  Nose numbers 420,427,435,448,436,428
0537 (MSN 382-4680) to IDF/AF as 448/4X-FBU. W/o near Hayon, Israel Dec 1, 1987.
75-0540 ... 75-0541
Lockheed KC-130H Hercules
MSN 4660,4664
Sold to Israel as 4X-FBY,Z.  Nose numbers 422,424
75-0542 ... 75-0549
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
All to Greek AF.
0542 (MSN 4716) to Greek AF as 745
0543 (MSN 4720) to Greek AF as 746
0544 (MSN 4723) to Greek AF as 747
0545 (MSN 4724) to Greek AF as 748.  Crashed into mountain in Greece Feb 5, 1991. All 63 killed.
0546 (MSN 4727) to Greek AF as 749
0547 (MSN 4729) to Greek AF as 750.  (356th MTM) crashed into mountain in Greece Dec 20, 1997. 5 killed.
0548 (MSN 4732) to Greek AF as 751
0549 (MSN 4734) to Greek AF as 752.
75-0550 ... 75-0555
Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
All transferred to US Marine Corps
0550 (MSN 382-4677) to USMC as BuNo 160017
0551 (MSN 382-4683) to USMC as BuNo 160018
0552 (MSN 382-4689) to USMC as BuNo 160019
0553 (MSN 382-4696) to USMC as BuNo 160020
0554 (MSN 382-4702) to USMC as BuNo 160021
0555 (MSN 382-4712) to USMC as BuNo 160240.
76-0491 ... 76-0492
Lockheed LC-130R-2 Hercules
0491 (MSN 382-4725) to US Navy as 160740. 
0492 (MSN 382-4731) to US Navy as 160741.
76-1598 ... 76-1603
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4707,4709,4714,4719,4721,4728
Sold to Egypt as 1270/SU-BAA through 1275/SU-BAF.
1598 (MSN 4707, 1270/SU-BAA) burned out at Larnaca, Cyprus 2/29/78
76-3301 ... 76-3302
Lockheed LC-130H Hercules.
3301 (MSN 382-4725) ex USN 160740 which was ex USAF 76-0491.  As 160740 to AMARC as CF0186
Mar 27, 1998.  Removed from AMARC in 1991 for convversion to LC-130H and
reserialled 76-3301.  Conversion to LC-130H specs completed in 2001, flown by 109th Airlift
Wing of NY ANG to provide airlift support of National Science Foundation research at
Antarctica by flying LC-130H airlifters, modified with wheel-skigear in support of Arctic and
Antarctic operations.
3302 (MSN 382-4731) ex USN 160741, which was ex USAF 76-0492.  As 160741 to AMARC Jul 28, 1997
as CF0179.  Removed from AMARC for rework to LC-130H specs in 1999.  Reserialled 76-3002.
Flown by 109th Airlift Wing of NY ANG to provide airlift support of National Science Foundation research at
Antarctica by flying LC-130H airlifters, modified with wheel-skigear in support of Arctic and
Antarctic operations.
77-0177 ... 77-0276
Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
MSN A10-0102/0201.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0177 (MSN 102, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0118 Sep 18, 1992.  
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0178 (MSN 103, OA-10A) as AC0174 Apr 16, 1993.  
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0179 (MSN 104, 354th TFW) w/o Jun 23, 1980.
0180 (MSN 105) w/o Aug 8, 1978
0181 (MSN 106) to AMARC as AC0102 Aug 25, 1992. Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0183 (MSN 108, OA-10A) as AC0175 Apr 16, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0184 (MSN 109) to AMARC as AC0098 Aug 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0185 (MSN 110, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0178 May 21, 1993. Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0186 (MSN 111, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0128 Oct 2, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0187 (MSN 112, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0140 Oct 16, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0188 (MSN 113) to AMARC as AC0154 Nov 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0190 (MSN 115, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0171 Apr 5, 1993.
0191 (MSN 116, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0065 Jun 8, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0192 (MSN 117) to AMARC as AC0117 Sep 17, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0193 (MSN 118) to AMARC as AC0114 Sep 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0194 (MSN 119) to AMARC as AC0169 Jan 22, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0195 (MSN 120) to AMARC as AC0004 Nov 25, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0197 (MSN 122, 23rd TASS/602nd TAW) lost in Desert Storm Feb 27, 1991.
Crashed at King Khalid Military City while attempting
emergency landing after SAM hit.  Pilot killed.
0198 (MSN 123, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0110 Sep 11, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0199 converted to GA-10A ground instructional airframe.  Noted Mar 20, 2004
at Sheppard AFB, TX
0200 (MSN 125, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0180 May 28, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0201 (MSN 126) to AMARC as AC0059 May 1, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0202 (MSN 127) to AMARC as AC0138 Oct 14, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0203 w/o Dec 11, 1987.
0204 (MSN 129, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0072 Jun 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0205 (MSN A10-130) was on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL. Scored a gun kill against Iraqi
BO-105 helicopter Feb 6, 1991.  Was repainted into 355th TFW markings and
false identity 75-0288.  Has been repainted with its correct serial and tail markings.
Noted Oct 2005 in USAF Academy Collection, Colorado Spring, CO
0206 w/o May 22, 1979
0207 (MSN 132, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0100 Aug 21, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0208 (MSN 133) to AMARC as AC0081 Jul 13, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0209 (MSN 134, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0176 May 7, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0210 (OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0074 Jun 29, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0211 (MSN 136) to AMARC as AC0147 Oct 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0212 (MSN 137, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0083 Jul 17, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0213 (MSN 138, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0087 Jul 27, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0214 (MSN 139) to AMARC as AC0095 Aug 18, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0215 w/o Dec 12, 1978, South Carolina
0216 noted May 10, 2006 as instructional airframe with 23rd FT at Pope AFB, NC
0217 (MSN 142) to AMARC as AC0121 Sep 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0218 (MSN 143, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0173 Apr 16, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0219 (MSN 144, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0164 Dec 18, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0220 (MSN 145) to AMARC as AC0086 Jul 21, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0221 noted in use as ground instructional airframe at Glenn L. Martin State Apt, MD May 18, 2001
0222 (MSN 147, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0101 Aug 21, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0223 w/o Dec 8, 1988
0224 (MSN 149) to AMARC as AC0056 Apr 17, 1992.
0225 (MSN 150) to AMARC as AC0002 Oct 1, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0226 (MSN 151) to AMARC as AC0003 Oct 1, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0227 (MSN 152) to AMARC as AC0131 Oct 5, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0228 on display at Grissom AFB Museum, Indiana.
0229 (MSN 154) to AMARC as AC0116 Sep 16, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0230 (MSN 155) to AMARC as AC-115 Sep 15, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0231 (MSN 156) to AMARC as AC0109 Aug 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0232 (MSN 157) to AMARC as AC0105 Aug 27, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0233 (MSN 158) to AMARC as AC0051 Apr 6, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0234 (MSN 159) to AMARC as AC0103 Aug26, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0235 (MSN 160) to AMARC as AC0010 Jan 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0236 (MSN 161) to AMARC as AC0009 Jan 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0237 (MSN 162) to AMARC as AC0047 Apr 3, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0238 (MSN 163) to AMARC as AC0028 Mar 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0239 (MSN 164) to AMARC as AC0099 Aug 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0240 (MSN 165) to AMARC as AC0093 Aug 17, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0241 (MSN 166) to AMARC as AC0049 Apr 3, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.
Left AMARC Apr 2008 for unknown destination.
0242 (MSN 167) to AMARC as AC0048 Apr 3, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0243 (45th TFS) w/o 1/8/1987
0244 on display at Volk Field ANGB, Wisconsin
0245 (MSN 170) to AMARC as AC0096 Aug 18, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0246 (MSN 171) to AMARC as AC0034 Mar 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0247 (MSN 172) to AMARC as AC0031 Mar 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0248 on display at Pennsylvania ANG, Willow Grove, PA.
0249 (MSN 174) to AMARC as AC0097 Aug 18, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0250 (MSN 175) to AMARC as AC0012 Jan 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0251 (MSN 176) to AMARC as AC0170 Jan 22, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0253 w/o Jul 7, 1979, RAF Chicksands
0254 to AMARC as AC0029 Mar 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0255 was on display at NAS New Orleans, LA.  In 2006 was moved to Nellis AFB, NV Air Park
0256 (MSN 181) to AMARC as AC-85 Jul 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0257 (MSN 182) to AMARC as AC0152 Nov 17, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0258 (81st TFW, 510th TFS) w/o Jan 9, 1981.
0259 on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK.
0260 (MSN 185) to AMARC as AC0132 Oct 5, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0261 (MSN 186) to AMARC as AC0001 Jul 11, 1988.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0262 (MSN 187) to AMARC as AC0030 Mar 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.
Nose delivered to Albuquerque Studios Jul 2008 for use in movie making.  Fuselage at Pima
Air and Space Museu, Arizona
0263 (MSN 188) to AMARC as AC0046 Apr 3, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0264 (MSN 189) converted to GA-10A.  In 2009 was mounted on a pylon
as gate guard at Spangdahlem AB, Germany
0265 (MSN 190, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0179 May 21, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0266 (MSN 191) to AMARC as AC-137 Oct 14, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0267 (MSN 192) to AMARC as AC0144 Oct 22, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0268 (MSN 193) named “Crescent City’s Desert Darlyn” with 706th Fighter Squadron in October 1992
To AMARC as AC0148 Oct 26, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0269 (MSN 194) to AMARC as AC0088 Jul 27, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0270 (MSN 195, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0172 Apr 9, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0271 (MSN 196) to AMARC as AC0094 Aug 17, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0272 (MSN 197) to AMARC as AC0082 Jul 13, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0273 (MSN 198) to AMARC as AC0145 Oct 22, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0274 (MSN 199) to AMARC as AC-130 Oct 5, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0275 (MSN 200) to AMARC as AC0142 Oct 19, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
0276 (MSN 201) to AMARC as AC0011 Jan 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
77-0317 ... 77-0320
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
MSN 4757,4760,4762,4764.  To US Coast Guard as 1600/1603
77-0321 ... 77-0324
Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
All transferred to US Marine Corps
0321 (MSN 382-4768) to US Marine Corps as 160625
0322 (MSN 382-4770) to US Marine Corps as 160626
0323 (MSN 382-4773) to US Marine Corps as 160627
0324 (MSN 382-4776) to US Marine Corps as 160628
77-1741 ... 77-1742
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4772,4777
Sold to Portugal as 6803,6804.
78-0726 ... 78-0726
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4778
sold to Portugal as 6805.
78-0745 ... 78-0750
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4766,4767,4769,4771,4774,4775
Sold to Sudan as 1100/1105.
78-0755 ... 78-0768
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4792,4794,4795,4797,4802/4811
Sold to Egypt as 1276/SU-BAH, 1282/SU-BAN, 1283/SU-BAP, 1289/SU-BAV.
0755 crashed Cairo, Egypt 5/29/81
78-0806 ... 78-0813
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
For ANG
0806 (MSN 382-4815).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0807 (MSN 382-4817).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0808 (MSN 382-4818).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0809 (MSN 382-4819).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0810 (MSN 382-4820).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0811 (MSN 382-4821).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0812 (MSN 382-4822).  Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
0813 (MSN 382-4823).  Named "Okie Guard Dog" with 185th AS, Oklahoma ANG in Jun 1992.
Reassigned from OK ANG to 911 AW at Pittsburgh IAP
79-0473 ... 79-0480
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
For Air National Guard.  All have been fitted with Scathe View reach-back
communication suite, FLIR, Nemesis DIRCM turrets
0473 (MSN 382-4852)
0474 (MSN 382-4854)
0475 (MSN 382-4855) to 192 AS/152AW Nevada ANG.
0476 (MSN 382-4856)
0477 (MSN 382-4857)
0478 (MSN 382-4858) damaged by brake fire at Baghdat IAP Jul 7, 2015
0479 (MSN 382-4859)
0480 (MSN 382-4860)
79-1714 ... 79-1716
Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
MSN 4861/4863
sold to Thailand as 60101/60103
80-0320 ... 80-0326
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
For Air National Guard
0320 (MSN 382-4900)
0321 (MSN 382-4902)
0322 (MSN 382-4903)
0323 (MSN 382-4905)
0324 (MSN 382-4906)
0325 (MSN 382-4908)
0326 (MSN 382-4910) 
80-0332 ... 80-0332
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
MSN 4913
In 1995 was with 158th TAS, Georgia ANG based at Travis Field, Savannah, Georgia.
81-0001 ... 81-0001
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 4878.  Sold to Oman as 501.  Was N4138M
81-0626 ... 81-0631
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
0626 (MSN 382-4939) 700AS/94AW transf to 164AS/179AW/OhioANG
0627 (MSN 382-4941)
0628 (MSN 382-4942)
0629 (MSN 382-4944) 700AS/94AW transf to 164AS/179AW/OhioANG
0630 (MSN 382-4945) 700AS/94AW transf to 164AS/179AW/OhioANG
0631 (MSN 382-4946)
81-0999 ... 81-0999
Lockheed HC-130H-7 Hercules
MSN 4931.  To USCG as 1790.
82-0050 ... 82-0050
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
MSN 4916.  To Oman as 502
82-0051 ... 82-0052
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
0051 (MSN 382-4976) was 1700th C-130.  To Japan Air Self Defense Force as 35-1071
0052 (MSN 382-4980) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 35-1072
82-0053 ... 82-0053
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
MSN 4948.  To Oman as 503
82-0054 ... 82-0061
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
0054 (MSN 382-4968) 144AS/176Wg transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG
0055 (MSN 382-4970)
0056 (MSN 382-4971) 144AS/176Wg transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG
0057 (MSN 382-4973)
0058 (MSN 382-4975)
0059 (MSN 382-4977) 144AS/176Wg transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG
0060 (MSN 382-4979)
0061 (MSN 382-4982) 
82-0077 ... 82-0080
Lockheed KC-130T-LM Hercules 
All transferred to US Marine Corps
0077 (MSN 382-4972) to USMC as BuNo 162308
0078 (MSN 382-4974) to USMC as BuNo 162309
0079 (MSN 382-4978) to USMC as BuNo 162310
0080 (MSN 382-4981) to USMC as BuNo 162311
82-0081 ... 82-0085
Lockheed HC-130H-7-LM Hercules 
MSN 4947, 4958, 4966, 4967, 4969.
To US Coast Guard as 1700/1704
82-0086 ... 82-0088
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
MSN 4936/4938 
to Egypt as 1290/SU-BEW to
1292/SU-BEY
82-0666 ... 82-0666
Lockheed C-130H-30-LM Hercules 
MSN 4959.  To Thailand as 60104
83-0001 ... 83-0002
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
0001 MSN 382-5015 to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 45-1073
0002 MSN 382-5017 to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 45-1074
83-0007 ... 83-0007
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
MSN 4993.  To US Coast Guard as 1705
83-0486 ... 83-0489
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
For Air National Guard
0486 (MSN 382-5008) named "Pride of Rotterdam" with 109th Airlift Wing.  154TS/189AW transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG
0487 (MSN 382-5012) named "City of Troy" with 109th Airlift Wing
0488 (MSN 382-5014) named "City of Saratoga Springs" with 109th Airlift Wing.  154TS/189AW transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG
0489 (MSN 382-5018) named "City of Schenectady" with 109th Airlift Wing.
83-0490 ... 83-0493
Lockheed LC-130H-LM Hercules 
For Air National Guard
0490 (MSN 382-5007) named "Pride of Clifton Park" in service with 139th Airlift Squadon 109th Airlift Wing New 
York ANG in 1994.
0491 (MSN 382-5010).  Nose hit hole during ski takeoff at Ford Range, Antarctica
Dec 4, 2003.  Extensive damage to nose undercarriage.  Seen on static display in 2009 and
looked OK.  Named "City of Albany"  with 139th Airlift Squadron 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG
0492 (MSN 382-5013) named "City of Amsterdam"  with 139th Airlift Squadron 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG
0493 (MSN 382-5016) named "Pride of Scotia" with 139th Airlift Squadron 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG
83-0503 ... 83-0504
Lockheed KC-130T Hercules 
0503 (MSN 382-5009) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 162785
0504 (MSN 382-5011) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 162786
83-0505 ... 83-0508
Lockheed HC-130H-7 Hercules
MSN 4996,4999,5002,5005.  To US Coast Guard as 1706/1709
83-1212 ... 83-1212
Lockheed MC-130H-LM Hercules (Combat Talon II)
MSN 382-5004
To Raner Robins AFB late 2006 to have center wing box replaced.
84-0204 ... 84-0213
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
For Air National Guard
0204 (MSN 382-5038)
0205 (MSN 382-5039) with 700th AS, 94th AW at Dobbins AFB
0206 (MSN 382-5043)
0207 (MSN 382-5044) damaged by tornado Sep 28, 2004 at New Castle County AP, DE.  Repaired.  AFM 12/2005 
0208 (MSN 382-5046, 166th AW/142nd AS) blown into C-130H 84-0212 by tornado Sep 28, 2004 while
parked at New Castle County AP, DE.  Severely damaged, but was repaired.  AFM 12/2005
Had "Senior Hunter" sigint/elint fit, but this fit has supposedly now been removed
0209 (MSN 382-5047)
0210 (MSN 382-5049)
0211 (MSN 382-5050, 166th AW/142nd AS) torn from tiedown and blown across ramp by tornado
Sep 28, 2004 while parked at New Castle County AP, DE.  Nose and
starboard undercarriage collapsed, starboard wingtip damaged and
fuselage apparently twisted.  W/o and stripped for spares.  AFM 12/2005.
Parts used to build 84-207, 84-208, 84-212, 
0212 (MSN 382-5051, 166th AW/142nd AS) blown into C-130H 84-0208 by tornado Sep 28, 2004 while
parked at New Castle County AP, DE.  Severely damaged but repaired.  AFM 12/2005
0213 (MSN 382-5052) named "Bonefish" with Delaware ANG in Sep 2990.
84-0454 ... 84-0454
Lockheed HC-130B Hercules - ex USCG
84-0475 ... 84-0476
Lockheed MC-130H-LM Hercules (Combat Talon II)
0475 (MSN 382-5041, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) crashed after takeoff from forward operating base
35 mi SW of Gardez, Afghanistan Jun 12, 2002.  3 killed, 7 injured.
0476 (MSN 382-5042)
84-0477 ... 84-0478
Lockheed KC-130T-LM Hercules 
0477 (MSN 382-5040) to US Marine Corps as 163022
0478 (MSN 382-5045) to US Marine Corps as 163023
84-0479 ... 84-0482
Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules 
All to US Coast Guard
0479 (MSN 382-5028) to US Coast Guard as 1710
0480 (MSN 382-5031) to US Coast Buard as 1711
0481 (MSN 382-5033) to US Coast Guard as 1712
0482 (MSN 382-5034) to US Coast Guard as 1713
85-0011 ... 85-0012
Lockheed MC-130H Hercules
0011 (MSN 382-5053)
0012 (MSN 382-5054, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) w/o while landing on airfield near Mosul, Iraq Dec 29, 2004.
Noone had told the pilot that a large pit had been dug in the runway.  A C-23 had
landed there about a week before and had filed a safety hazard report, but
no action had been taken.  Aircraft subsequently destroyed to prevent any
unauthorized access to sensitive equipment.  AFM 12/2005
85-0013 ... 85-0026
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0013 (MSN 382-5058) to Taiwan AF as 1301
0014 (MSN 382-5059) to Taiwan AF as 1302
0015 (MSN 382-5060) to Taiwan AF as 1303
0016 (MSN 382-5061) to Taiwan AF as 1304
0017 (MSN 382-5062) to Taiwan AF as 1305
0018 (MSN 382-5063) to Taiwan AF as 1306
0019 (MSN 382-5064) to Taiwan AF as 1307
0020 (MSN 382-5065) to Taiwan AF as 1308
0021 (MSN 382-5066) to Taiwan AF as 1309
0022 (MSN 382-5067) to Taiwan AF as 1310.  W/o Oct 10, 1997 at Sung Shan
0023 (MSN 382-5067) to Taiwan AF as 1311
0024 (MSN 382-5068) to Taiwan AF as 1312
0025 (MSN 382-5088) to Japanese Self Defense Force AF as 75-1075 in 1987
0026 (MSN 382-5090) to Japanese Self Defense Force AF as 75-1076 in 1987
85-0035 ... 85-0042
Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
0035 (MSN 382-5073)
0036 (MSN 382-5074)
0037 (MSN 382-5077)
0038 (MSN 382-5079)
0039 (MSN 382-5080)
0040 (MSN 382-5083)
0041 (MSN 382-5086) 
0042 (MSN 382-5089)
85-0045 ... 85-0046
Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
Transferred to US Marine Corps
0045 (MSN 382-5085) to US Marine Corps as 163310
0046 (MSN 382-5087) to US Marine Corps as 163311
85-0051 ... 85-0052
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
MSN 5035, 5037.  To US Coast Guard as 1714,1715
85-1360 ... 85-1360
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
MSN 382-5023 - To US Coast Guard as 1716
85-1361 ... 85-1368
Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
MSN 5071,5072,5075,5076,5078,5081,
5082,5084 - for Texas ANG, 136th Airlift Wing.
1361 (MSN 382-5071) named "Spirit of Texas" with 181st AS, Texas ANG Sep 1997.
1365 (MSN 382-5078) named "City of Fort Worth" with 181st AS, Texas ANG Sep 1997
86-0372 ... 86-0373
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0372 (MSN 382-5108) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 75-1077
0373 (MSN 382-5109) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 75-1078
86-0389 ... 86-0389
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
Contract cancelled
86-0410 ... 86-0415
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0410 (MSN 382-5094) named "City of Pittsubrgh" with 758th TAS Jul 1989.
0411 (MSN 382-5097)
0412 (MSN 382-5098, 440th AW/95th AS) made emergency belly landing in barren field
NE of Baghdad IAP Jun 27, 2008.  No injuries, but aircraft was
a total loss and was destroyed on site by explosives.   For some reason, during
aircraft lifrtoff, the defensive system activated and power on engines 1,3, and 4 reduced
by 40 percent, and aircraft struck ground with gear only partially extended.
0413 (MSN 382-5100) named “City of Pittsburgh” with 758th Airlift Squadron in September 1992.
0414 (MSN 382-5102)
0415 (MSN 382-5105)
86-0418 ... 86-0419
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0418 (MSN 382-5110)
0419 (MSN 382-5113, AFRC/911th AW, 758th AS) undercarriage failed during approach to
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Mar 21, 2001 and starboard wing was damaged
and fire broke out in number 4 engine.  May be repairable.  Seen
coming through Prestwick Jun 13, 2007.  Has received a new wing from AMARC and back in
service by Oct 2010.
86-0420 ... 86-0422
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
All to US Coast Guard.
0420 (MSN 382-5104) to US Coast Guard as 1717
0421 (MSN 382-5106) to US Coast Guard as 1718
0422 (MSN 382-5107) to US Coast Guard as 1719
86-1391 ... 86-1398
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
for Missouri ANG, 139th AW. 
1391 (MSN 382-5093)
1392 (MSN 382-5095)
1393 (MSN 382-5096)
1394 (MSN 382-5099)
1395 (MSN 382-5101)
1396 (MSN 382-5103)
1397 (MSN 382-5111)
1398 (MSN 382-5112)
86-1699 ... 86-1699
Lockheed MC-130H Hercules 
MSN 382-5026.  Named "Merlin's Magic" with 7th SOS in May 2000.
86-1973 ... 86-1975
Lockheed KC-130T Hercules 
MSN 5143,5145 - to USMC as BuNos 163591/163592 
87-0004 ... 87-0007
General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon 
Built by Fokker for Royal Danish AF (E-004/007)
0004 (MSN 6F-47/L-250) to Royal Danish AF Aug 31, 1988 as 870004, code E004.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
0005 (MSN 6F-48/L-253) to Royal Danish AF Oct 31, 1988 as 870005, code E005.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
0006 (MSN 6F-49/L-256) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1988 as 870006, code E006.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM.  Overshot the runway at
Bagram, Afghanistan and ended up in a minefield Dec 19, 2002.  Pilot jected safely and aircraft
had its nose gear torn off.  CH-47D helicopter recovered the F-16 back to the air base, and a Royal
Danish C-130 carried the F-16 parts back home for repair.
0007 (MSN 6F-50/L-259) to Royal Danish AF Feb 20, 1989 as 870007, code E007.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
87-0023 ... 87-0024
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
MSN 5091/5092
0023 named "Fourth Horseman" with 7th SOS/352nd SOG in May 2000.
87-0125 ... 87-0127
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
0125 (MSN 382-5115)
0126 (MSN 382-5117)
0127 (MSN 382-5118) assigned to 352nd SOG, RAF Mildenhall, w/o
Mar 31, 2005 when crashed near Rovie, Albania while on
joint night training mission with Albanian military.
9 crew killed.  Official report of crash blames pilot's
lack of situational awareness, putting aircraft into too
low a climb taking terrain into account.  Navigator warned
pilot of impending ridge but pilot set aircraft to climb at
reduced power setting, when ridge could not be climbed over,
aircraft had to turn sharply and stalled (AFM 8/2005).
87-0128 ... 87-0128
Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
MSN 382-5139.  First AC-130U prototype.  Named *Big Daddy*
87-0129 ... 87-0136
Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130H Hercules
87-0137 ... 87-0138
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0137 (MSN 382-5136) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 85-1079
0138 (MSN 382-5138) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 85-1080.  Modified as KC-130H
87-0156 ... 87-0157
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
Both to US Coast Guard
0156 (MSN 382-5120) to US Coast Guard as 1720.
0157 (MSN 382-5121) to US Coast Guard as 1721.  modified to EC-130V with E-2C
radome.  Returned to USAF as NC-130H in 1994.  Now back with Navy at NFATS at
NAS Patuxent River, carrying serial 870157.  SOC Mar 14, 2012
87-1976 ... 87-1977
Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
Both to US Marine Corps
1976 (MSN 382-5147) to US Marine Corps as 164105
1977 (MSN 382-5149) to US Marine Corps as 164106.
87-9281 ... 87-9288
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
9281 (MSN 382-5122)
9282 (MSN 382-5123) with 95th AS, then to 328th AF Sep 2014.
9283 (MSN 382-5124)
9284 (MSN 382-5125)
9285 (MSN 382-5126)
9286 (MSN 382-5127) converted to MC-130W and delivered to 16th SOW at 
Hurlburt Field, FL Jul 21, 2006.  This was first MC-130W "Combat Spear"
conversion.
9287 (MSN 382-5128)
9288 (MSN 382-5129) converted to MC-130W Combat Spear Configuration, renamed the AC-130W Stinger II in 2011
and in service with 73rd SOS at Cannon AFB, New Mexico
88-0171 ... 88-0174
General Dynamics F-16D Block 40D Fighting Falcon
MSN 1D-25/1D-28
0171 (23rd FW/74th FS) w/o Mar 23, 1994 at Pope AFB, NC in collision with 
C-130E 68-10942.  The F-16D crashed into C-141B 66-0173 which was 
parked on the ramp.				
88-0191 ... 88-0195
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
MSN 382-5130/5134
0193 (MSN 382-5132) named "Knight Rider" with 7th SOS in May 2000.
0194 (MSN 382-5133) named "Dawg Pound" with 7th SOS, 352nd SOG in May 2000.
0195 7 SOS/523 SOG/RAF Mildn thall has been transferred to 15SOS/16SOW/Hurlburt 
88-0264 ... 88-0264
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
MSN 5135
88-0528 ... 88-0529
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40D Fighting Falcon
MSN 1C-130/1C-131
0529 (F-16CG, 31st FW/519th FS) crashed on mountain near Aviano AB
Italy during routine training flight Sep 18, 2007.  Pilot ejected
safely.
88-1301 ... 88-1308
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 5162/5169.  For 130th AW, West Virginia ANG
1301 (MSN 382-5162) to be converted to MC-130W "Combat Spear" (AFM 7/2007).
Reported Nov 2008 to have been converted to MC-130W
1302 (MSN 382-5163) to be converted to MC-130W "Combat Spear" (AFM 7/2007)
1303 (MSN 382-5164) to be converted to MC-130W "Combat Spear" (AFM 7/2007)
1304 (MSN 382-5165) to be converted to MC-130W "Combat Spear" (AFM 7/2007)
1305 (MSN 382-5166) named “City of Charleston” with 130th AW West Virginia ANG in October 1990.  To be converted to 
MC-130W "Combat Spear" (AFM 7/2007).  Reported Nov 2008 to have been converted to MC-130W.
1306 (MSN 382-5167) named “City of Nitro” with 130th AW West Virginia ANG in October 1990.  To be converted to 
MC-130W "Combat Spear" (AFM 7/2007)
1307 (MSN 382-5168) converted to MC-130W "Combat Spear"
1308 (MSN 382-5169) converted to MC-130W "Combat Spear".  Named "City of Belle" with West Virginia ANG in Sep 1990.
88-1800 ... 88-1802
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1800 (MSN 382-5170) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 95-1081
1801 (MSN 382-5171) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 95-1082
1802 (MSN 382-5172) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 95-1083
88-1803 ... 88-1803
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
MSN 382-5173.
88-1804 ... 88-1805
Cancelled contract for Lockheed HC-130H(N) Hercules
88-1806 ... 88-1807
Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
Both to US Marine Corps
1806 (MSN 382-5174) to US Marine Corps as 164180
1807 (MSN 382-5176) to US Marine Corps as 164181
88-2101 ... 88-2102
Lockheed HC-130H(N) Hercules
MSN 382-5202, 382-5210
88-4401 ... 88-4408
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
4401 (MSN 382-5154) named "Spirit of Wisconsin" with 95th TAS in Aug 1989.
4402 (MSN 382-5155) named "City of Green Bay 1854, Titletown USA" with 95th AS/440th AW in Oct 2007.
4403 (MSN 382-5156)
4404 (MSN 382-5157) with 95AS/440AW at Pope AAF.  W/o Dec 1, 2014 Dec 1, 2014 in midair collision with USAF C-27J
10-2703.
4405 (MSN 382-5158)
4406 (MSN 382-5159)
4407 (MSN 382-5160)
4408 (MSN 382-5161) crashed April 1, 1997 at Tegucigalpa-Toncontin Airport, Honduras. 
3 of 10 aboard killed.
89-0118 ... 89-0119
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0118 (MSN 382-5213) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 05-1084
0119 (c;n 382-5214) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 05-1085
89-0280 ... 89-0283
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
0280 (MSN 382-5236)
0281 (MSN 382-5237)
0282 (MSN 382-5243)
0283 (MSN 382-5244)
89-0509 ... 89-0514
Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
0509 (MSN 382-5228) named "Total Carnage"
0510 (MSN 382-5229) named "Gunslinger"
0511 (MSN 382-5230) named "Predator"
0512 (MSN 382-5231) named "Dead On"
0513 (MSN 382-5232) named "Killer Instinct"
0514 (c/m 382-5233) named "Maximum Carnage"
89-1051 ... 89-1056
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1051 (MSN 382-5198)
1052 (MSN 382-5199) to be converted to AC-130U
1053 (MSN 382-5201) to be converted to AC-130U
1054 (MSN 382-5203) to be converted to AC-130U
1055 (MSN 382-5204)
1056 (MSN 382-5205) to be converted to AC-130U
89-1181 ... 89-1188
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1181 (MSN 382-5188) named "Nashville, Spirit of Music City" in Sep 1990 with Tennessee ANG.
1182 (MSN 382-5190)
1183 (MSN 382-5192) named "Magic Carpet Ride" in sep 1990 with Tennessee ANG.  Currently operated by 118th 
ALW/TN ANG.  Fitted with Senior Hunter SIGINT suite.
1184 (MSN 382-5193)
1185 (MSN 382-5194) converted to EC-130H
1186 (MSN 382-5195)
1187 (MSN 382-5196) in 2009 was with 914th AS/107th AW, New York
ANG.  Involved in midair with RQ-7, heavy damage to right wing and w/o.  No injuries.
1188 (MSN 382-5197)
89-9101 ... 89-9106
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
9101 MSN 5216.  Made first flight Sep 19, 2006 after completing Avionics
Modernization Program--first C-130 to do so.
9102 MSN 5217
9103 MSN 5218
9104 MSN 5220.  With 773rd AS, 910th AW at Youngstown-Warren ARS in 2014
9105 MSN 5221
9106 MSN 5223
90-0161 ... 90-0163
Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
0161 (MSN 382-5265, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) crashed on Monte Perucho, Puerto Rico Aug 7, 2002 during
night training in bad weather.  All 10 crew killed.
0162 (MSN 382-5266) MC-130H Talon II equipped with terrain following/avoidance
radar, infrared detecting system, GPS, ECM, communications, package
and specialized aerial delivery equipment.
0163 (MSN 382-5256) is AC-130U named "Bad Omen";attached to 4 SOS/1 SOW (Hurlburt Field,Florida): 2013.
Retired to AMARC Sep 21, 2015
90-0164 ... 90-0167
Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
0164 (MSN 382-5257)  named "Bad Intentions"
0165 (MSN 382-5259) named "Death Before Dawn"
0166 (MSN 382-5261) named "Hellraiser"
0167 (MSN 382-5262) named "Intimidator"
90-0176 ... 90-0176
Lockheed C-130HE Hercules
MSN 5215.  To Republic of China AF as 1351
90-1057 ... 90-1058
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1057 (MSN 382-5240) to be converted to AC-130U
1058 (MSN 382-5241)
90-1791 ... 90-1798
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
For Ohio ANG, 179th AW.
1791 (MSN 382-5242)
1792 (MSN 382-5245) named "Spirit of Ontario" with 164th Airlift Squadron, Ohio ANG in Jul 1996.  Transferred
to 319th Airlift Wing of Missouri ANG.
1793 (MSN 382-5246)
1794 (MSN 382-5247) named “City of Crestline” with 164th Airlift Squadron Ohio ANG in September 1992.
Seen at Thunder Over MI Aug 2008
1795 (MSN 382-5248)
1796 (MSN 382-5249)
1797 (MSN 382-5250)
1798 (MSN 382-5251)
90-2103 ... 90-2106
Lockheed HC-130N Hercules
2103 MSN 382-5294
2104 MSN 382-5381
2105 MSN 382-5388
2106 MSN 382-5387.
90-9107 ... 90-9108
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
9107 (MSN 382-5238) 
9108 (MSN 382-5239)
91-1231 ... 91-1239
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1231 (MSN 382-5278) was 2000th Hercules and named "Man O'War/Thoroughbred Express" in service with 165th
Airlift Squadron, Kentucky ANG in 1994.
1232 (MSN 382-5282)
1233 (MSN 382-5283)
1234 (MSN 382-5284)
1235 (MSN 382-5285) 165AS/123AW Kentucky ANG
1236 (MSN 382-5286)
1237 (MSN 382-5287)
1238 (MSN 382-5288) 165AS/123AW Kentucky ANG
1239 (MSN 382-5289)
91-1651 ... 91-1653
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1651 (MSN 382-5290)
1652 (MSN 382-5291)
1653 (MSN 382-5292)
91-9141 ... 91-9144
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
9141 (MSN 382-5293)
9142 (MSN 382-5295)
9143 (MSN 382-5296)
9144 (MSN 382-5297)
92-0253 ... 92-0253
Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
MSN 382-5279.  Named "8-Ball"
92-0547 ... 92-0554
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
0547 (MSN 382-5332)
0548 (MSN 382-5335)
0549 (MSN 382-5337)
0550 (MSN 382-5321)
0551 (MSN 382-5346)
0552 (MSN 382-5348)
0553 (MSN 382-5350)
0554 (MSN 385-5352)
92-0555 ... 92-0570
Lockheed C-130E Hercules
contract cancelled
92-1094 ... 92-1094
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 382-5402.  Converted to LC-130H.  Named "Pride of Glenville" with 109th AW/139th AS, New York ANG
92-1095 ... 92-1095
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 382-5405.  Converted to LC-130H.  Named "City of Cohoes June" with 109th AW/139th AS, New York ANG
92-1096 ... 92-1096
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 382-5410.  Converted to LC-130H.  Named "City of Christchurch, NZ" with 109th AW/139th AS, New York ANG
92-1451 ... 92-1454
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1451 (MSN 382-5343)
1452 (MSN 382-5329)
1453 (MSN 382-5330) with 156th AS, NC ANG Apr 2015.
1454 (MSN 382-5333) 
92-1531 ... 92-1538
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 5310,5328,5322/5327
1531 (MSN 382-5310) named "City of Cheyenne" with 187th AS Wyoming ANG in Aug 2001.
1532 (MSN 382-5328) named "City of Sheridan" with 187th AS Wyoming ANG in Aug 2001.
1533 (MSN 382-5322) named "City of Cody" with 187th AS Wyoming ANG in Aug 2001
1534 (MSN 382-5323)
1535 (MSN 382-5324) named "City of Laramie" with 187th ALS, Wyoming ANG in Sep 1994.
1536 (MSN 382-5325). named "City of Riverton" with 187th AS, Wyomimg ANG in Aug 2001.
Reported Feb 2008 to have been fitted with 8-bladed props. 
1537 (MSN 382-5326) named "City of Guernsey" with 187th AS Wyoming ANG in Aug 2001.
1538 (MSN 382-5327) named "City of Rock Springs" with 187th AS Wyoming ANG in Aug 2001.
92-2104 ... 92-2104
Lockheed HC-130H(N) Hercules
MSN 382-5381.  Is this 93-2104?
92-3021 ... 92-3024
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN  5312/5315
3021 (MSN 382-5312)
3022 (MSN 382-5313)
3023 (MSN 382-5314)
3024 (MSN 382-5315)
92-3281 ... 92-3288
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
These aircraft were originally purchased for the 328th Airlift Squadron in Niagara Falls, NY (hence the tail numbers), but have 
since been transfered to the 96th Airlift Squadron of the 934th Airlift Wing in Minneapolis, Mn.
3281 (MSN 5331)
3282 (MSN 5334)
3283 (MSN 5336)
3284 (MSN 5338)
3285 (MSN 5347)
3286 (MSN 5349)
3287 (MSN 5351)
3288 (MSN 5353)
92-3888 ... 92-3890
Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
MSN CC-130/132.  For USAF
3888 No. 5 with Thunderbirds
3890 No. 8 with Thunderbirds
93-1036 ... 93-1041
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1036 (MSN 382-5368)
1037 (MSN 382-5369)
1038 (MSN 382-5372)
1039 (MSN 382-5373)
1040 (MSN 382-5375)
1041 (MSN 382-5376)
93-1042 ... 93-1043
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
Contract cancelled
93-1096 ... 93-1096
Lockheed LC-130H Hercules
MSN 382-5410.  
93-1313 ... 93-1316
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 5271, 5276, 5308, 5317.  All to Taiwan with last four of serial as ID
93-1455 ... 93-1459
Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
1455 (MSN 382-5360)
1456 (MSN 382-5361)
1457 (MSN 382-5362)
1458 (MSN 382-5363) attached to 156th AS, 145th AW of North Carolina Air National Guard and equipped 
with the Modular Airborne Firefighting System (MAFFS) crashed Jul 1, 2012 while fighting a wildfire 
in Black Hills of South Dakota.  4 killed, 2 seriously injured.  The fleet was temporarily grounded.
Wreckage for sale at auction by Government Liquidation at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota Apr 27, 2015.
1459 (MSN 382-5364)
93-1460 ... 93-1463
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
93-1561 ... 93-1563
Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
MSN 5365/5367
1561 (MSN 382-5365)
1562 (MSN 382-5366)
1563 (MSN 382-5367)
93-2041 ... 93-2042
Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
2041 (MSN 382-5370)
2042 (MSN 382-5371)
93-2104 ... 93-2106
Lockheed HC-130N Hercules 
2104 (MSN 382-5381).  Is this 90-2104?
2105 (MSN 382-5388).  Is this 90-2105?
2106 (MSN 382-5387).  Is this 90-2106?
93-7311 ... 93-7314
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
7311 (MSN 382-5374) named "City of Colorado Springs" with 731st AS at Peterson AFB in Aug 1997.
7312 (MSN 382-5377) named "Spirit of Sumit 38" with 731st Airlift Squadron, 302nd Airlift Wing
in Jul 1996 in memory of C-130E 62-1838 which crashed on May 13, 1995.  Recently active with 169th ALS<
182nd ALW of Illinois ANG at Peoria ANG Base, Illinois
7313 (MSN 382-5379)
7314 (MSN 382-5380) to 187th AS, 153rd AW WyANG, Cheyenne, WY
94-3020 ... 94-3020
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
contract cancelled
94-3025 ... 94-3025
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
contract cancelled
94-3026 ... 94-3027
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
MSN 5413,5415.  To C-130J 96-8151/8152
3026 registration N130JC cancelled May 26, 2004 as to USAF Dec 6, 2000
94-6701 ... 94-6708
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
for West Virginia ANG
6701 (MSN 382-5378)
6702 (MSN 382-5382)
6703 (MSN 382-5393)
6704 (MSN 382-5394)
6705 (MSN 382-5397)
6706 (MSN 382-5398)
6707 (MSN 382-5399)
6708 (MSN 382-5400)
94-7310 ... 94-7321
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
7310 (MSN 382-5396)
7311 
7312
7315 (MSN 382-5389)
7316 (MSN 382-5390)
7317 (MSN 382-5391)
7318 (MSN 382-5392)
7319 (MSN 382-5395)
7320 (MSN 382-5401)
7321 (MSN 382-5403)
94-8151 ... 94-8152
Lockheed C-130J Hercules
8151 (MSN 382-5413) former C-130J 94-3026 MSN 382-5413.  Formerly N130JC
8152 former C-130J 94-3027 MSN 5414.  Formerly N130JG.  Transferred, active and possessed
from Keesler Reserve to Channel Islands 146AW/115AS, CA Jun 2005.
Transferred to Littlerock AFB Apr 2008.
95-1001 ... 95-1003
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
1001 (MSN 382-5421) named "Spirit of Minneapolis" 18th 109th AS, Minnesota ANG in Apr 2015.
1002 (MSN 382-5422).  Named "Spirit of St. Paul" with Minnesota ANG Jan 2013.
1003 (MSN 382-5423) reserialed 96-1003
95-1086 ... 95-1086
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
This might be MSN 5435, JASDF serial 85-1086
95-1991 ... 95-1992
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
95-6709 ... 95-6712
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
For West Virginia ANG.
6709 (MSN 382-5417)
6710 (MSN 382-5418)
6711 (MSN 382-5419)
6712 (MSN 382-5420)			
96-1003 ... 96-1008
Lockheed C-130H Hercules
1003 (MSN 382-5423) reserialed from 95-1003
1004 (MSN 382-5424) was N4249Y
1005 (MSN 382-5425) was N78235.  With 109th Airlift Sqdn, 133rd Airlift Wing, MN ANG
landing gear collapsed on landing at Minneapolis-St Paul IAP
Apr 29, 2004.  Crew of 4 uninjured.
1006 (MSN 382-5426)
1007 (MSN 382-5427)
1008 (MSN 382-5428)
96-5300 ... 96-5302
Lockheed Martin WC-130J Hercules
MSN 5451/5453
5300 (MSN 382-5451) has civil registration of N4232B for testing.
5301 (MSN 382-5452) has civil registration of N4107P.
5302 (MSN 382-5453) has civil registration of N4161T.  with 53rd WRS, 403rd WG at Keesler AFB, Mississippi.
96-7322 ... 96-7325
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
7322 (MSN 382-5431).  Seen at Glasgow Prestwick May 4, 2011
7323 (MSN 382-5432)
7324 (MSN 382-5433)
7325 (MSN 382-5434)
96-8153 ... 96-8154
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
8153 (MSN 5454)
8154 (MSN 5455) was N4099R.  Reported Aug 2004 with 193rd SOS and rumored to be shortly
modified to EC-130J
97-1317 ... 97-1320
Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules
MSN 5318, 5354, 5355, 5358.  For Taiwan as 1317/1320
97-1351 ... 97-1354
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
To Maryland ANG at Essex, MD
1351 (MSN 382-5469, 175th WG, 135th AG)named 'Pride of Baltimore II'.  Noted with 48th AS, 314th AW at Huntsville,
AL Apr 23, 2015
1352 (MSN 382-5470)
1353 (MSN 382-5471)
1354 (MSN 382-5472)
97-1931 ... 97-1931
Lockheed Martin EC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5477 for 193SOS with Pennsylvania ANG.
97-5303 ... 97-5308
Lockheed Martin WC-130J Hercules
For Air Force Reserve.
5302 (MSN 382-5453) has civil registration of N4161T
5303 (MSN 382-5473)
5304 (MSN 382-5474) has FAA N4099R/54
5305 (MSN 382-5475)
5307 (MSN 382-5476)
98-1355 ... 98-1358
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
For Maryland ANG at Essex, MD 
1355 MSN 382-5491
1356 MSN 382-5492
1357 MSN 382-5493
1358 MSN 382-5494
98-1932 ... 98-1932
Lockheed Martin EC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5490 for 193 SOS, Pennsylvania ANG
98-5307 ... 98-5308
Lockheed Martin WC-130J Hercules
5307 MSN 382-5486
5308 MSN 382-5487.
99-1431 ... 99-1433
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 5517/5519.  For Rhode Island ANG at Quonset Point, RI
1431 r/o 1/25/2001.
99-1933 ... 99-1933
Lockheed EC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5502 for 193rd SOS, Pennsylvania ANG
99-5309 ... 99-5309
Lockheed Martin WC-130J-1-LM Hercules
MSN 382-5501 for 53rd WRS, Keesler AFB, MS.  Seen at Paris Le Bourget aishow in 2015.
00-1934 ... 00-1934
Lockheed EC-130J-505 Hercules
MSN 382-5522 with 193rd SOS, Pennsylvania ANG
01-1461 ... 01-1462
Lockheed C-130J-515 Hercules
1461 (MSN 5525) Noted with 146th AW, 115th AS November 2002. Still active
there Jun 2005.
1462 (MSN 5526) Noted with 146th AW, 115th AS November 2002. Still active
there Jun 2005.  Named "City of Santa Paula"
01-1935 ... 01-1935
Lockheed C-130J-515 Hercules
MSN 382-5532 with 193rd SOS, Pennsylvania ANG		
02-0314 ... 02-0314
Lockheed Martin CC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5545.  First USAF active duty J when delivered to 48th AS, Little Rock AFB, Ar
Mar 19, 2004.  Appears to be designated CC-130J, with fuselage
stretched 15 feet as compared with standard C-130J.
02-1434 ... 02-1434
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5547 with 143rd AS, Rhode Island ANG
02-1463 ... 02-1464
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 5551/5552.  Delivered to 146th AW/115th AS, Channel Islands ANGB, CA
02-8155 ... 02-8155
Lockheed Martin CC-130J Hercules.
MSN 5546.  Noted Mar 22, 2005 at Gulfport-Biloxi AP, apparently on books of
815th AS at Keesler AFB.
03-8154 ... 03-8155
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
MSN 5557/5558.
8155 was reserialled 04-3142
04-0602 ... 04-0602
Pilatus U-28A
Military version of PC-12 transport.
0602 (N901TR) in accident July 8, 2008 at Hurlburt Field, FL.  Was caught
in wake of AC-130U on approach in front of PC-12 and departed
controlled flight. All 3 crew unhurt, but aircraft substantially
damaged.
04-3142 ... 04-3144
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
3142/3144 MSN 5558/5560
3144 451st AEW, 772nd Squadron at Kandahar Airfield.  W/O after hard landing on 19 May 2013 at FOB Shank, Afghanistan
04-8153 ... 04-8153
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 5561.  With 815th AS/403 WG at Keesler AFB, Mississippi
05-1435 ... 05-1436
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
1435 MSN 382-5572.  To Rhode Island ANG (143rd), Quonset Point
1436 MSN 382-5575.  To Rhode Island ANG (143rd), Quonset Point
05-1465 ... 05-1466
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
1465 MSN 382-5574 to 146AW/115AS Channel Islands ANGB, CA
1466 MSN 382-5576 to 146AW/115AS Channel Islands ANGB, CA
05-3145 ... 05-3147
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
3145 MSN 5569.  To Little Rock AFB (314th).  Crashed Aug 13, 2009 SW of Joint Base Balad, Iraq.  Cause
of mishap blamed on failure of variable pitch propeller push/pull shaft. May be repairable.
3146 MSN 5567.  To Little Rock AFB (314th)
3147 MSN 5568.  To Little Rock AFB (314th)
Conflict with Predators listed above
05-8152 ... 05-8152
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
MSN 5566.  Keesler AFB, MS (815th AS)
05-8156 ... 05-8158
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
8156 MSN 5571.  Keesler AFB, MS (815th)
8157 MSN 5570.  Keesler AFB, MS (815th)
8158 MSN 5573.  Keesler AFB, MS (815th)
06-1437 ... 06-1438
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
1437 MSN 382-5586 with 143rd AS Rhode Island ANG.
1438 MSN 382-5584 with 143rd AS Rhode Island ANG
06-1467 ... 06-1467
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
1467 MSN 5585 146th AW/115th AS Channel Islands ANG, CA
06-3171 ... 06-3171
Lockheed C-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5641.  Serial conflicts with Predators above
06-4167 ... 06-4167
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5585				
06-4631 ... 06-4634
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
4631 MSN 382-5582 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
4632 MSN 382-5587 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
4633 MSN 382-5588 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
4634 MSN 382-5589 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
06-5582 ... 06-5582
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5582.  Temporary serials for test flying and delivery of 06-4631
06-5587 ... 06-5589
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5587,5588, 5589.  Temporary serials for test flying and delivery of 06-4632/4634
06-8159 ... 06-8159
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5581 with 815th AS at Keesler AFB, MS
06-8610 ... 06-8612
Lockheed C-130J-30 Hercules
8610 MSN 382-5621
8611 MSN 382-5619
8612 MSN 382-5620
07-1468 ... 07-1468
Lockheed-Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5594.  with 146th AW/115th AS Channel Islands ANG, CA
07-3170 ... 07-3170
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5628
07-4631 ... 07-4639
Lockheed-Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
4631 seen at Glasgow Prestwick May 3, 2011
4635 MSN 382-5595.  Delivered to 41st AS Mar 6, 2008
4636 MSN 382-5596.  Delivered to 41st AS Mar 21, 2008
4637 MSN 382-5597 seen at Glasgow Prestwick May 3, 2011
4638 MSN 382-5598.  Delivered to 41st AS Aug 2008
4639 MSN 382-5599.  Delivered to 41st AS Aug 2008
07-8608 ... 07-8609
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
8608 MSN 382-5622
8609 MSN 382-5623
07-8613 ... 07-8614
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
8613 MSN 382-5624
8614 MSN 382-5625
07-27010 ... 07-27011
Alenia/Lockheed Martin C-27J Spartan
Note the 5 digits.  Alenia Aeronautica G222 developed with Lockheed Martin as an advanced derivative of the
C-27A with engines and systems of the C-130J
27010 MSN 4129, delivered Oct 15, 2008 at Robins AFB.  Previously CSX62242, which 
may be an Italian military serial used for testing. Also carried civil registry of I-RAID,
then became N359TA before 07-27010 for US Army.  To AMARC Oct 22, 2013 from Robins AFB, GA.
Transferred to US Coast Guard as 2701.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27011 MSN 4138. Previously I-RAIF.  Was at Robins AFB.  To AMARC Aug 1, 2013 from Robins AFB, GA.  Transferred
to US Coast Guard as 2702.  From www.amarcexperience.com		
07-46310 ... 07-46312
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
46310 MSN 382-5600
46311 MSN 382-5608. 
46312 MSN 382-5610 
Note the 5 digits.  Serials may have been changed to 07-06310/06312.
08-0903 ... 08-0912
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 5608/5616 ??  this is a puzzler, perhaps the original serial allocation for the 86AW or 463AG but they changed the numbers
to have their unit number in the middle and the production plan was altered and the MSNs changed too?
08-3172 ... 08-3179
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
3172 MSN 382-5642
3173 MSN 382-5643
3174 MSN 382-5648 
3175 MSN 382-5675
3176 MSN 382-5676
3177 MSN 382-5677
3178 MSN 382-5678
3179 MSN 382-5679
08-5601 ... 08-5601
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5601.  To Norwegian AF as 5601 "Frigg", delivered Nov 25, 2008.
08-5675 ... 08-5675
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules 
MSN 5675  Delivery to USAF Oct 28, 2011, 100th C-130J for USAF, to 317th Airlift Group, Dyess AFB, TX.
08-5678 ... 08-5679
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules'
MSN 382-5678,5679
08-5683 ... 08-5686
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5680/5683
5684 noted with 317th AG at Alexandria, Louisiana Jan 14, 2015.
08-5691 ... 08-5691
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
Noted with 317th AG at Alexandria, Louisian Feb 3, 2015.
08-5693 ... 08-5693
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5693.  With 39th Airlift Squadron at Dyess AFB, Texas in Oct 2014.
08-5697 ... 08-5697
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5697.  Assigned 415th SOS/58th SOW.  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW by Oct 2014
08-5699 ... 08-5699
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5699.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 5699
08-5712 ... 08-5712
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30  Hercules
MSN 382-5712.  With 39th Airlift Squadron at Dyess AFB, Texas in Oct 2014
Noted with 317th AG at Alexandria, Louisiana Jan 14, 2015.
08-5724 ... 08-5724
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5724.  With 39th Airlift Squadron at Dyess AFB, Texas in Oct 2014.
08-5726 ... 08-5726
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
Attached to 317th AG at Dyess AFB
08-6201 ... 08-6206
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
6201 MSN 382-5680 delivered to Cannon AFB Jan 30, 2012.  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW
6202 MSN 382-5681.  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW
6203 MSN 382-5682.  Assigned 415th SOS/58th SOW
6204 MSN 382-5694.  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW
6205 MSN 382-5695.  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW.  Assigned 415th SOS/58th SOW by Oct 2014
6206 MSN 382-5696.  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW.  Assigned 415th SOS/58th SOW by Oct 2014
08-8601 ... 08-8607
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
To 86th AW at Ramstein AB, Germany
8601 (MSN 382-5621).  With 37th AS, 86th AW at Ramstein.
8602 (MSN 382-5611)
8603 (MSN 382-5613)
8604 (MSN 382-5612)
8605 (MSN 382-5615)
8606 (MSN 382-5614)
8607 (MSN 382-5616)
08-27012 ... 08-27015
Alenia/Lockheed Martin C-27J Spartan
Alenia Aeronautica G222 developed with Lockheed Martin as an advanced derivative of the C-27A with the
engines and systems of the C-130J
The number 27 is prefixed to the sequence number to make up 5 digits.
27012 MSN 4148.  Previously I-RAIF.  To AMARC Aug 6, 2013 from 164th Airlift Squadron/179th Opeerations
Group, Mansfield ANGB, Ohio.  To US Coast Guard as 2703.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27013 MSN 4149/ICA4.  Previously I-PTFH.  To AMARC Aug 7, 2013 from 164th Airlift Squadron/179th Opeerations
Group, Mansfield ANGB, Ohio.  To US Coast Guard as 2704.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27014 MSN 4151.  Previously I-EASA.  To AMARC Aug 12, 2013 from 164th Airlift Squadron/179th Opeerations
Group, Mansfield ANGB, Ohio.  To US Coast Guard as 2705.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27015 MSN 4153.  Previously I-PTFJ.  To AMARC Aug 14, 2013 from 164th Airlift Squadron/179th Opeerations
Group, Mansfield ANGB, Ohio.  To US Coast Guard as 2706.  From www.amarcexperience.com
09-0108 ... 09-0109
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5633/5634
0108 deliverd to Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona for 79th Rescue Squadron, 563rd Rescue Group Sep 24, 2011.
09-5607 ... 09-5607
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5607.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force as 5607 "Idunn".  Delivered Jun 10, 2009.
09-5684 ... 09-5684
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules 
MSN 5684.  Roll-out Nov 1, 2011, 250th production C-130J.  Might be 08-5684
09-5706 ... 09-5709
Lockheed Martin HC-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5706/5709
09-5710 ... 09-5710
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Commando II
MSN 382-5710.  To 522 SOS at Cannon AFB.  Converted to AC-130J.  With 413th Flight Test Squadron, 96th Test Wing, 
Eglin AFB, Florida became severely overstressed during test sortie Apr 21, 2015.  Declared unsafe for flight.
09-5711 ... 09-5711
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5711.  Delivered to USAF Special Operations Command, Cannon AFB, New Mexico Dec 20, 2012  Assigned 522nd SOS/27th SOW
09-5713 ... 09-5713
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Commando II
MSN 382-5713.  Attached to 522SOS/27SOW, Cannon AFB
09-6207 ... 09-6210
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
6207 (MSN 382-5656) to Cannon AFB, New Mexico for 27th SOW, 522nd SOS Sep 29, 2011.
6208 (MSN 382-5657) assigned to 522nd SOS/27th SOW
6209 (MSN 382-5658) assigned to 415th SOS/58th SOW
6210 (MSN 382-5659) assigned to 522nd SOS/27th SOW
09-27016 ... 09-27022
Alenia/Lockheed Martin C-27J Spartan
Alenia Aeronautica G222 developed with Lockheed Martin as an advanced derivative of the C-27A with the
engines and systems of the C-130J
The number 27 is prefixed to the sequence number to make up 5 digits.
27016 MSN 4154.  Previously I-EASD.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2013 from 135th Airlift Squadron/135th Airlift Group, Warfield
ANGB, MD.  To US Coast Guard as 2707
27017 MSN 4157/ICA8.  Previously I-PTFF.  To AMARC Aug 27, 2013 from 135th Airlift Squadron/135th Airlift Group, Warfield
ANGB, MD.  To US Coast Guard as 2708.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27018 MSN 4163.  Previously I-PTFJ.  To AMARC Oct 1, 2013 from 135th Airlift Squadron/135th Airlift Group, Warfield
ANGB, MD.  To US Coast Guard as 2709.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27019 MSN 4164.  Previously I-RAIG.  To US Coast Guard as 2710 
27020 MSN 4166.  Previously I-PTFD.  To AMARC Jul 30, 2013 from 153rd Airlift Squadron/186th Airlifg Wing, Key Field,
Meridian, Mississippi.  To US Coast Guard as 2711.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27021 MSN 4168.  Previously I-EASD.  To AMARC Jul 23, 2013 from 153rd Airlift Squadron/186th Airlifg Wing, Key Field,
Meridian, Mississippi.  To US Coast Guard as 2712.  From www.amarcexperience.com
27022 MSN 4169.  Previously I-RAIG.  To AMARC Jul 24, 2013 from 153rd Airlift Squadron/186th Airlifg Wing, Key Field,
Meridian, Mississippi.  To US Coast Guard as 2713.  From www.amarcexperience.com
10-5629 ... 10-5630
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
5629 MSN 382-5629.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force as 5629 "Nanna"
5630 MSN 382-5630.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force as 5630 "Siv".  Crashed in Sweden Mar 15, 2012.
It was serving with 335Skv Gardermoen and taking part in Exercise Cold Response, flying from Evenes to Kiruna, Sweden. Radar 
contact was lost and it was found to have crashed into the west wall of Mount Kebnekaise near Kiruna. The C130 was completely 
destroyed. All 5 crew killed 
MSN 382-5695.  Delivered to 522nd SOS, 27th SOW at Cannon AFB, New Mexico Jun 20, 2012.
10-5699 ... 10-5699
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5699.  To Royal Norwegian Air Force as 5699 Sep 27, 2012, named "Froya".  Replacement for 10-5630.
10-5700 ... 10-5701
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5700/5701
5700 with 39th AS, 317th AG Apr 20, 2015
5701 with 39th AS, 317th AG Apr 13, 2015	
10-5705 ... 10-5705
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5705 
10-5710 ... 10-5710
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5710.  Converted to AC-130J, made first flight Jan 31, 2014
10-5714 ... 10-5714
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5714.  Delivered to 522nd SOS, 27th SOW, Cannon AFB, New Mexico Feb 22, 2014.
In 2013 was based at RAF Mildenhall with 352nd SOG, 67th SOS
10-5716 ... 10-5716
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5716
10-5717 ... 10-5717
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5717
10-5728 ... 10-5728
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5728.  With 48th Airlift Squadron at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas in Oct 2014.
10-5771 ... 10-5771
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5771.  With 61st AS
10-27023 ... 10-27034
Alenia/Lockheed C-27J Spartan
Alenia Aeronautica G222 developed with Lockheed Martin as an advanced derivative of the C-27A with the
engines and systems of the C-130J
27023 MSN 4172.  Previously I-RAIL.  To AMARC Sep 24, 2013 from L-3 Communications/Vertex, Robins AFB, GA.  Aircraft 
transferred to USCG in Elizabeth City, NC Nov 13, 2014 as 2714.
27024 MSN 4173.  Previously I-RAIF
27025 MSN 4174.  Previously I-EASD
27026 MSN 4176.  Previously I-EASF.
27027. Reported as MSN 4177. Previously I-EATD.  No information if delivered.
27028/27030 Air-Britain reports these as being transferred to US Army Jul 2014
27028 (MSN 4170/JCA19) registered as I-EASA
27029 (MSN JCA20)
27030 (MSN JCA21) damaged Dec 1, 2014 in midair collision with uSAF C-130H 88-4404.
11-5719 ... 11-5719
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5719
11-5725 ... 11-5725
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5725
With 71st RQS, 347th RQW Moody AFB
11-5727 ... 11-5727
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5727
11-5729 ... 11-5729
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5729.  Assigned to Lockeed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems at Marietta, Georgia
11-5731 ... 11-5733
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
5731 MSN 382-5731.  Assigned to 67th SOS/352nd SOG at RAF Mildenhall
5732 MSN 382-5732.  To 314th Airlift Wing, Little Rock AFB in Oct 2013.
5733 MSN 382-5733.  Assigned to 67th SOS/352nd SOG
11-5734 ... 11-5734
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30
MSN 382-5734.  Attached to 61AS/463AG (Little Rock AFB): 2013
11-5735 ... 11-5735
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5735.  Assigned to 415th SOS/58th SOW.  Assigned to 522nd SOS/27th SOW by Oct 2014
11-5737 ... 11-5737
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5737.  Assigned to 67th SOS/352nd SOG at RAF Mildenhall
11-5745 ... 11-5745
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
to 61 AS/19 AW at Little Rock AFB in 2014
11-5748 ... 11-5748
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
to 61 AS/19 AW at Little Rock AFB in 2014
11-5752 ... 11-5752
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
MSN 382-5752. Delivered on Aug 21, 2014 to 61st Airlift Squadron/19th Airlift Wing at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
11-5763 ... 11-5763
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
With 353 SOG at Kadena AB.
11-5765 ... 11-5765
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
With 7tst RQS, 23rd WG Apr 24, 2015
11-5766 ... 11-5766
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
To US Coast Guard
12-5753 ... 12-5753
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5753  To MC-130J Commando II.  Assigned to Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems, Marietta, Georgia,
registered as N5104Q.  Conversion to AC-130J.  To 1st SOG Det 2 Jul 29, 2015.
12-5755 ... 12-5755
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5755
12-5756 ... 12-5756
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Super Hercules 
MSN 382-5756. Delivered to 61st Airlift Squadron/19th Airlift Wing at Little Rock AFB on October 23, 2014. 
12-5757 ... 12-5757
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5757.  Assigned to 67th SOS/352nd SOG
12-5758 ... 12-5758
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5758.  To Tunisia as Z21122.
12-5759 ... 12-5763
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
5759 (MSN 382-5759) assigned to 67th SOS/352nd SOG, and delivered at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk Dec 10, 2014.
5760 (MSN 382-5760) delivered to 67th SOS/352nd SOG, RAF Mildenhall, UK Dec 7, 2014
5761 (MSN 382-5761) delivered Dec 15, 20214.  Assigned to 17th SOS/353rd SOW at RAF Mildenhall.  With 353rd SOG
at Yokota AB, Japan Jul 25, 2015
5762 (MSN 382-5762) first flight Nov 26, 2014.  With 353rd SOG at Yokota AB, Japan Jul 25, 2015
5763 (MSN 382-5763) with 353rd SOG at Yokota AB, Japan Jul 25, 2015
12-5765 ... 12-5765
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5765
12-5768 ... 12-5769
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5768/5769
5769 to 71st Rescue Squadron, 437th Rescue Group at Moody AFB, Georgia May 2, 2015.
12-5772 ... 12-5772
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5772 
12-5773 ... 12-5773
Lockheed Martin HC-130J "Combat King II" Hercules
MSN 382-5773.  To LMTAS, first flight May 19, 2015.  Delivered 71stRQS 347thRQG at Moody AFB, GA Dec 11 2015
13-0782 ... 13-0782
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Heercules
To 71st RQS/23rd WG at Moody AFB
13-5770 ... 13-5770
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5770.  To 522nd SOS, 27th SOW, Cannon AFB.
13-5771 ... 13-5771
Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5771.  Delivered to 61st AS, 19th AW at Little Rock AFB, AR Jul 9, 2015.
13-5772 ... 13-5772
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5772.  To 1 SOW Hurlburt AFB
13-5773 ... 13-5773
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5773
13-5775 ... 13-5775
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5775.  To 17th SOS, 353rd SOG Kadena AB, Japan Sep 21, 2015
13-5776 ... 13-5776
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5776.  To 17th SOS, 353rd SOG Kadena AB, Japan Sep 10, 2015
13-5777 ... 13-5779
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5777/5779
13-5780 ... 13-5780
Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
For Royal Saudi AF as 3209
13-5781 ... 13-5781
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
For Israeli AF, equipped with Universal Aerial Refuelling Receptacle Slipway Installation
13-5782 ... 13-5782
Lockheed Martin HC-130J "Combat King II" Hercules
to 71st RQS 347th RQG at Moody AFB, GA Dec 11, 2015
13-5783 ... 13-5783
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
Delivered Hurlburt Field. FL Dec 11 2015 (for conversion to 2nd AC-130J-20 Ghostrider)
13-5784 ... 13-5784
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
13-5785 ... 13-5789
Lockheed Martin HC-130J
14-5788 ... 14-5788
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5788
14-5790 ... 14-5790
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5790
14-5791 ... 14-5791
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5791
14-5793 ... 14-5793
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5793
14-5794 ... 14-5794
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5794
14-5796 ... 14-5796
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5796
14-5799 ... 14-5799
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5799
14-5800 ... 14-5800
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5800
14-5802 ... 14-5802
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5802
14-5804 ... 14-5804
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5804
14-5805 ... 14-5806
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5805/5806
14-5808 ... 14-5809
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5808/5809
15-5814 ... 15-5814
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5814
15-5818 ... 15-5818
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5818.  AC-130W recap
15-5821 ... 15-5821
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5821.  AC-130W recap
16-5826 ... 16-5826
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5826.  AC-130W recap
16-5828 ... 16-5828
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5828
16-5832 ... 16-5832
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5832.  AC-130W recap
16-5834 ... 16-5834
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5834
16-5836 ... 16-5836
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5836.  AC-130W recap
16-5840 ... 16-5840
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5826
16-5842 ... 16-5842
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5842.  AC-130W recap
16-5844 ... 16-5844
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5844.  AC-130W recap
16-5846 ... 16-5846
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5846
17-5849 ... 17-5849
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5849) AC-130W recap
17-5851 ... 17-5851
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5851) AC-130W recap
17-5852 ... 17-5852
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5852
17-5853 ... 17-5853
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5853.  AC-130W recap
17-5854 ... 17-5854
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5854
17-5855 ... 17-5855
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5855.  AC-130W recap
17-5856 ... 17-5856
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5856
17-5857 ... 17-5857
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5857.  AC-130W recap
18-5860 ... 18-5860
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5860) 
18-5861 ... 18-5861
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5861) 
18-5862 ... 18-5862
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5862) 
18-5864 ... 18-5864
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5864) 
18-5865 ... 18-5865
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5865) 
18-5866 ... 18-5866
Lockheed Martin MC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5866) 
18-5867 ... 18-5867
Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
MSN 382-5867) 
18-5869 ... 18-5869
Lockheed Martin AC-130J Hercules
(MSN 382-5869) 

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