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Description Criteria: C-97
Data last updated: Sun Jan 19 19:26:54 2014
43-27470 ... 43-27472
Boeing XC-97
c/n 8481/8483
27471 converted to ZXC-97 in 1948.
27472 crashed 5 mi E of Dayton, OH May 22, 1947.
45-59587 ... 45-59592
Boeing YC-97
c/n 15712/15717
59587 to civilian registry as N9538C with De Long Corp as sprayer in Arizona.
Purchased in 1961 by Seven Seas.  To HP-376 in early 1962 with Contract 
Air.  Seized in Brussels July 1965.  Broken up Jan 1967.
59588 SOC at Tinker AFB Dec 16, 1958 and scrapped.
59589 to civilian registry as N9537C.
59590 to civilian registry as N2799A with De Long Corp.  To Charles Woods of Dothan
AL as sprayer
59591 to civilian registry as N9540C with De Long Corp.  May have been
used to ferry arms to Katangan rebels in early 1960s.  Impounded
by UN.  Ultimately went to Israel Aircraft Industries, and was
later scrapped.
59592 to civilian registry as N9539C with De Long Corp.
45-59593 ... 45-59595
Boeing YC-97A
c/n 15718/15720
Higher tail, R-4360 engines.  All later redesignated C-97A
59593 used by Boeing at Seattle for test work.  To MASDC Jan 6, 1965.
Broken up at Miami sometime after Sept 1993.  Not sure of when this happened.
59595 saw extensive service in Berlin airlift, being the only Stratofreighter to be so used.
Had to be be withdrawin May 1949 after damaged its undercarriage
in a very heavy landing.  Was later converted to C-97D
45-59596 ... 45-59596
Boeing YC-97B
c/n 15721.  Deluxe personnel transport - Later redesignated C-97B.  
In 1954 redesignated C-97D.  Since 1965 used by Lt. Gen. H. Wade and
staff until retired to MASDC Dec 15, 1969.
48-397 ... 48-423
Boeing C-97A Stratofreighter
c/n 16009/16035
397 temorarily designated JC-97A when used for test work.
398 w/o Jun 6, 1951 near Kelly AFB, Texas in takeoff accident.  9 killed
399 to MASDC
401 cockpit section with The Aviation Warehouse of Adelanto, CA, a 
company that specializes in supplying props to TV and film
industries.
403 to MASDC
405 to MASDC
406 to MASDC May 27, 1964
407 to MASDC
408 to MASDC
409 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964.
410 to MASDC
411 converted to C-97D.  To MASDC as CH500 Jun 9, 1971.
412 to MASDC Jul 9, 1964
413 w/o Oct 22, 1951 near Kelly AFB, Texas on takeoff accident. 4 killed.
415 converted to VC-97D.  Had corrosion and cracks in wing spars and deemed too expensive to repair.
Used for burn pit exercises at Barksdale AFB in 1960s.  Scrapped by 1968.
416 to MASDC
417 to MASDC
418 to MASDC
419 to MASDC
420 to MASDC May 21, 1964
421 to MASDC
423 to MASDC
49-2589 ... 49-2611
Boeing C-97A Stratofreighter
c/n 16211/16233
2589 (c/n 16211) to MASDC
2590 (c/n 16212) converted to KC-97A tanker, later back to C-97A.  Later
to C-97D.  To MASDC Mar 28, 1966
2591 (c/n 16213) converted to KC-97A tanker, later back to C-97A.
To MASDC Mar 31, 1964
2592 (c/n 16214) converted to KC-97A tanker, later back to C-97A.
2593 (c/n 16215) to KC-97E/KC-97F/C-97E/C-97F and reverted to C-97D.
To MASDC as CH511 Nov 5,1971.
2594 (c/n 16216) converted to VC-97D
2596 (c/n 16218) converted to KC-97A tanker, later reconverted to C-97A.
2596 converted to VC-97D.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1964
2597 (c/n 16219) went missing Jan 19, 1958 over Pacific Ocean on flight from Fairfield-Travis
AFB, CA to Tokyo, with stops scheduled in Hawaii and
Wake Island.  It landed at Hawaii but never reached Wake Island.
2598 to MASDC
2599 to MASDC
2600 to MASDC
2601 to MASDC
2602 missing over North Atlantic Oct 15,1951 with 12 aboard
2603 to MASDC
2605 to MASDC
2607 to MASDC
2608 to MASDC Apr 8, 1964.
2609 to MASDC
2610 to MASDC Apr 8, 1964.
2611 to MASDC
50-690 ... 50-703
Boeing C-97C-35-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16234/16247. 
All converted to MC-97G in Korean War.
690 damaged Nov 10, 1963 at Lajes AB, Azores when struck while parked
by skidding WB-47E 51-2420.  To MASDC
691 to MASDC
692 to MASDC
694 to MASDC
695 to MASDC Sep 22, 1964
696 to MASDC
697 to MASDC
698 to MASDC
699 to MASDC
700 to MASDC Apr 10, 1964
701 to MASDC
702 vanished without a trace in north Pacific near Tokyo Mar 22, 1957.  70 on board.
703 to MASDC Apr 17, 1964
51-183 ... 51-206
Boeing KC-97E-40-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16250/16273
198 damaged in landing at MacDill AFB, Florida.
51-207 ... 51-230
Boeing KC-97E-45-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16274/16297
220 lost Jul 6, 1956, Goose Bay, Labrador
224 converted to C-97E.  "Miss Oklahoma City" with Oklahoma ANG in 1972.  To MASDC as CH534 Dec 29, 1972
51-231 ... 51-242
Boeing KC-97E-50-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16298/16309
51-243 ... 51-254
Boeing KC-97F-50-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16310/16321
243 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC as CH501 Jun 15, 1971
246 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
252 converted to C-97F.
253 fuselage with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
254 (c/n 16321) suffered engine failure on takeoff from Azores
May 10, 1957, overran the runway and caught fire.
51-255 ... 51-278
Boeing KC-97F-55-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16322/16345
258 (c/n 16325) ditched in Atlantic May 9, 1957 following a double engine
failure.  The plane floated for 10 days and was sunk by
USS Wisconsin.
266 converted to C-97F
277 to MASDC 
51-279 ... 51-302
Boeing KC-97F-60-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16346/16369
281 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1968
283 to MASDC
293 to MASDC Jun 1962.
51-303 ... 51-326
Boeing KC-97F-65-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16370/16393
0309,0319,0322,0326 converted to C-97F
312 to MASDC Apr 14, 1964
314 while attached to 40th ARS at Smokey Hill AFB, KS Sep 9, 1953 damaged in midair collision with B-47B
51-2224 38 mi NE of Gila Benz, AZ
51-327 ... 51-350
Boeing KC-97F-70-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16394/16417
332 converted to KC-97H, testbed for probe-and-drogue refueling.
51-351 ... 51-374
Boeing KC-97F-17-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16418/16441
363 (c/n 16430) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 100 mi off Orlando
FL Mar 30, 1960.  5 survivors rescued.
51-375 ... 51-397
Boeing KC-97F-18-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16442/16464. 
378 to Israel AF as ?/4X-FPU, modified to ELINT
381 to MASDC
388 was on display at Lincoln AFB.  Not sure what happened to the plane when the base closed in 1965.
390 was cancelled.  Report that it crashed near Centralia, WA during test flight from
Boeing Field Apr 24, 1953 due to uncontained engine failure, presumably before
delivery.
391 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1964
395 converted to C-97F.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1970.
51-2192 ... 51-2246
Boeing B-47B-40-BW Stratojet
c/n 450245/450299
2192 (320th BW, 441st BS) crashed on takeoff at March AFB,
CA Mar 2, 1957.  4 on board killed.
2198 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956 (to B-47B-II standard).
Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated
UB-47B, redesignated GB-47B Oct 1962
2194 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2195 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2199 (321st BW, 46th BS) cashed on takeoff from Loring AFB, ME
Nov 22, 1958.  4 onboard killed.
2204, 2210, 2217, 2224, 2231, 2237, and 2243 completed by Lockheed 
as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.
2192/2234 to DB-47B
2200 redesignated JB-47B Mar 1956.
2201 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2203 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2205 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2207 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.
Was on display at Lincoln AFB, NE during the early 1960s.  Not
sure where it went after the base closed in 1965.
2208 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2209 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2213 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2214 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2215 converted to WB-47B presumably before becoming DB-47
2216 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2218 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2219 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2221 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2222 redesignated EB-47B Mar 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956
2223 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2224 converted to DB-47B.  While attached to 359th BS at Davis Monthan AFB, Sep 9, 1953 damaged in
midair collision with KC-97F 51-0314 38 mi NE of Gila Bend, AZ
2226 converted to YRB-47B.  Lost sometime befor mid 1956
2228 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC
2229 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2231 (320th BW) crashed on takeoff from March AFB 10/13/1955.
All crew killed. 
2232 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953.  Lost sometime before mid 1956.
2233 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II 
2235 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2236 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2238 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2239 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2241 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2242 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2244 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2245 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
51-2412 ... 51-2445
Boeing B-47E-60-BW Stratojet
c/n 450465/450498
2412 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
2413 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
2414 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 31, 1969
2415 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
2417 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
2418 to MASDC
2419 to MASDC
2420 converted to WB-47E.  While making emergency landing at Lajes AB,
Azores skidded into parking ramp and struck C-97C 50-690 and
lost port inner engine nacelle, starboard outer nacelle and
starboard wingtip Nov 10, 1963.  Fire damaged port inner
wing above lost nacelle.  Crew survived.
2421 (96th Bomb Wing,  Altus AFB OK) suffered engine trouble on training mission and crashed 
on a farm near Hobart, Oklahoma, Nov 6, 1956, killing four crew
2422 to MASDC
2425 (96th BW) crashed on approach to Hickam AFB, Hawaii Apr 7, 1957.  Crew status not noted.
2426 to MASDC
2427 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
2428 to MASDC
2429 to MASDC
2430 to MASDC
2431 to MASDC
2432 to MASDC
2435 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
51-7256 ... 51-7259
Boeing KC-97F-19-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16489,16490,16504,16505
51-7260 ... 51-7271
Boeing KC-97G-20-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16506/16517
7262 to MASDC
7263 to MASDC
7264 to MASDC
7265 to MASDC
7266 to MASDC
7268 to MASDC
7269 converted to plain C-97G configuration by the removal of the inflight refueling 
system.  To MASDC as CH435 Dec 23, 1969
7271 to MASDC
52-826 ... 52-859
Boeing KC-97G-21-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16520/16553
827/832,835/838,840,843,857/859 converted to C-97G.
833,841,842,844 converted to KC-97L
827 (c/n 16521) to MASDC
828 (c/n 16522) to MASDC as CH544 Feb 20, 1975
829 (c/n 16523) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 16, 1969
830 (c/n 16524) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1969
831 (c/n 16525) converted to C-97G.  Named City of Phoenix in 1972 with 161st MAG of Arizona ANG.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 1, 1975.  
832 (c/n 16526)  converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1971
833 (KC-97L) to MASDC as CH608 Jan 11, 1978.  In 1997 the nose was on display at Darkhorse Group Military Aviation Museum, 
Long Beach AP, CA.  Nose noted Jun 2007 at Aviation Warehouse,
El Mirage, CA
834 converted to NC-97K. To MASDC Jul 21, 1964.
835 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 30, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969.
836 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH530 Jul 19, 1972
837 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
838 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH531 Oct 6, 1972.
841 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH584 Dec 17, 1976
842 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH577 Nov 19, 1976
843 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 26, 1967
845 to MASDC
846 to MASDC
847 to MASDC
848 to MASDC 
849 to MASDC
850 to MASDC
851 to MASDC
852 to MASDC
853 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
854 to MASDC
855 to MASDC
857 (c/n 16551) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as HB-ILZ with
Balair Air Lines of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red
Cross by Foundation For Airborne Relief in the Biafran
Air Lift.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1970.  Scrapped.  Balair was part-owned by Swissair but after
the demise of the Swissair Group, became Belair, a subsidiary of Air Berlin.
858 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1968
859 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH446 Apr 8, 1970
52-860 ... 52-893
Boeing KC-97G-22-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16554/16587
862,871,873,874,876/878,885,886,888,890 converted to C-97G
869,870,883,884,0892 converted to KC-97L
861 to MASDC
862 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1968
863 to MASDC
864 to MASDC
866 to MASDC
867 to MASDC
868 to MASDC
869 to MASDC as CH605 Dec 16, 1977
870 converted to KC-97L.  TO MASDC as CH582 Dec 17. 1976
872 to MASDC Aug 24, 1964
873 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Oct 2, 1968
874 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 6, 1968
875 to MASDC 
876 converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as N52876 and later 
as HB-ILH.  To MASDC Apr 11, 1970
877 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1970
878 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Sep 11, 1965.
879 converted to KC-97L
880 to MASDC
881 to MASDC
882 to MASDC
883 to civilian registry as N39178.
884 converted to KC-97L  To MASDC as CH560 Apr 6, 1976
885 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 16, 1969
886 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 9, 1967
887 to MASDC
888 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1971
889 to MASDC
890 converted to C-97G.  TO MASDC Jun 19, 1969.
891 crashed in Florida Jun 7, 1955.
892 converted to KC-97L. To MASDC as CH556 Jun 27, 1975
52-894 ... 52-929
Boeing KC-97G-23-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16588/16623
894,897/899,908,911,915,917,921/929 converted to C-97G.
895,900/905,918 converted to KC-97L
894 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1968
897 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1970
898 on display at Chanute AFB.
899 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969
901 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH557 Nov 3, 1975
902 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH578 Nov 19, 1976
904 converted to KC-97L.  With Wisconsin ANG crashed on landing at Milwaukee-Mitichell APT, WI
Jan 29, 1969.  4 of 11 onboard killed.
905 converted to KC-97L.  Put on display at Volk Field ANGB, WI.
906 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 14, 1967
907 crashed Dec 19, 1964 at Harmon AFB, Stephenville, Newfoundland
908 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1967 
909 (376th Air Refueling Sqdn) crashed summer 1958 due to runaway prop.
All crew bailed out safely.
910 to MASDC
911 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967.  Declaared excess Oct 28, 1969
912 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965
913 to MASDC Mar 23, 1965
914 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
915 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH438 Mar 13, 1970.
To civil registry as N52915  Temporarily registered as HB-ILF
916 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH520 Apr 21, 1972
917 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967.  Declared excess Mar 22, 1967
918 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH579 Nov 19, 1976
919 crashed on takeoff at Lincoln AFB Apr 15, 1960 after landing gear collapsed.
24 airmen were on board, but ony 7 were injured.  Plane was totally destroyed.
921 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1971
922 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC to Jul 19, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
923 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH553 Jun 30, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 1, 1975
924 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC
925 converted to C-97G.  To Balair Air Lines in Switzerland in 1969.  To MASDC May 2, 1970.
as HB-ILX and operated by Balair for the Red Cross by Foundation for
Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift.  To MASDC May 2, 1970.
Scrapped.
926 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 28, 1969.  Declared excess Jun 17, 1969
927 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1968
928 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1971
929 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH505 Jun 23, 1971
52-930 ... 52-938
Boeing KC-97G-24-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16624/16632
930/932,934 converted to C-97G.
931 (c/n 16625) converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52600.
Temporarily registered as HB-ILL operated by Nordchurchaid (Joint
Church Aid flown by Flight Test Research.  To MASDC May 14, 1970.
Scrapped.
932 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 14, 1969. Declared excess Jun 17, 1969
934 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1969.  Declared excess Jul 9, 1969
935 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH533 Dec 4, 1972
936 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 16, 1971
937 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH445 Apr 8, 1970
938 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1971.
52-2602 ... 52-2628
Boeing KC-97G-24-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16633/16659
2602 converted to C-97G
2603 converted to KC-97L
2604 to MASDC as CH610.  To civilian market as N97GX.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
2605 converted to KC-97L
2606 converted to C-97K
2607 converted to C-97G, later to C-97K.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1971.
2608 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1968
2609 converted to C-97K
2610 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967
2611 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967
2612 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1971.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registration 4X-FPT, military serial unknown
2613 converted to C-97K
2614 converted to C-97K.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registration 4X-FPP, military serial unknown.  Was still a KC-97G in Dec 1973.
2615 converted to KC-97L.
2616 converted to C-97G
2617 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH519 Apr 21, 1972.
2618 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC
2620 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 21, 1968
2621 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 31, 1967
2623 converted to C-97K sold to Israel.
2624 (c/n 16655) converted to C-97K.  To Florence, SC Air and Missile Museum.  Now closed.
Noted Jun 2004 at Florence AP, SC.  Aircraft of the former museum are
now the responsibility of Shaw AFB
2625 converted to C-97K
2626 (c/n 16657) converted to C-97G.  Later to civilian registry as HB-ILY with
Balair Air Lines of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red Cross
by the Foundation for Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift.  
To MASDC as CH439 Mar 19, 1970.  On loan to Pima Air and Space 
Museum, Tucson, AZ from USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.  At Pima, the
vertical stabilizer has been replaced with the stabilizer from
52-2758.
2627 converted to C-97G.  Sold to Israel AF as civilian registry 4X-FPS, military serial 037.
Returned to original KC-97G configuration.  W/o Nov 30, 1970 in nighttime collision with
TWA Boeing 707 at Lod Airport.
2628 converted to C-97K.
52-2629 ... 52-2664
Boeing KC-97G-25-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16660/16695
2629 to MASDC 
2630 (c/n 16661) converted to KC-97L.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum
2631 (c/n 16662) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as N52631 and later HB-ILK
with Nordchurchaid (Joint Church Aid flown by Flight Test Research
Inc).  To MASDC Apr 11, 1970.  Scrapped.
2632 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH528 Jun 28, 1972
2633 converted to C-97G
2634 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 7, 1970
2635 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 27, 1967
2636 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965
2639 modified for peripheral ELINT with tub on the belly.
2641 converted to C-97G
2642 converted to C-97G, then to KC-97L
2643 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH508 Jul 28, 1971
2645 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 1966.
2646 converted to C-97G
2647 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 15, 1968
2648 converted to C-97G
2649 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 21, 1971
2650 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 27, 1967
2651 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Feb 7, 1967
2652 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 28, 1970
2653 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 23, 1971
2655 converted to C-97G
2656 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH603 Nov 17, 1977
2657 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1971
2658 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1971
2660 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 14, 1968
2661 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1967
2662 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1966
2663 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967
2664 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1968
52-2665 ... 52-2700
Boeing KC-97G-26-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16696/16731
2665 (c/n 16696) converted to HC-97G. To MASDC Mar 10, 1967.
2666 (c/n 16697) with 96th BW suffered severe carburetor icing immediately after takeoff from Elmendorf AFB, AK
Aug 27, 1956.  All 8 crew except the pilot bailed out over water, and the plane landed intact at Elmendorf.
7 of the 8 airmen were lost and their remains were never recovered. 
To 96th Aerial Refueling Squadron at Altus AFB Nov 1957.  Mar 1958 to 40th Aerial Refuelin Squadron at
Schilling AFB, KS with deployment to Thule AB.  Jul 1961 to 310th Aerial Refueling Squadron at Schilling AFB
Mar 1962 to 310th Strategic Aerospace wing at Schilling AFB.  Jun 1963 to 22nd Bombardment Wing at
March AFB, CA.  Converted to C-97K.  Apr 1966 to 3960th Strategic Aerospace Wing at Andersen AB, Guam.
To MASDC Jun 1969.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Sep 1969.
2667 (c/n 16698) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1967
2668 (c/n 16699) to MASDC Jan 13, 1965
2669 (c/n 16700) converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  Used to simulate carrier deck wind conditions for aircraft firefighting
practice, wings outboard of engines removed.
2670 (c/n 16701) to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
2671 (c/n 16702) converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966
2672 (c/n 16703) converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1971
2673 (c/n 16704) converted to C-97G
2674 (c/n 16705) converted to C-97G
2675 (c/n 16706) converted to KC-97L.
2676 (c/n 16707) converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52676.  W/o
Sep 26, 1969 when it crashed on final approach to Uli, Nigeria,
operated by Nordchurchaid (Joint Church Aid flown by Flight Test
Research Inc)
2677 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
2678 (c/n 16709) converted to C-97G.  Converted for intelligence gathering by General Dynamics
and used by 7405th SS from Wiesbaden, Germany in late 1960s.
2679 (c/n 16710) converted to C-97G.  To civil registry as N52679.  DBR
on landing May 7, 1969 at Uli airfield, Nigeria during Biafran
airlift, operated by Nordchurch (Joint Church Aid flown by Flight
Test Research Inc)  Later destroyed by rockets from FMG MiG fighters
May 8, 1969.
2680 (c/n 16711) to MASDC Nov 5, 1965.  Returned to service Feb 20, 1970 and 
converted to KC-97L.  BNack to MASDC and sold to DMI Aviation in 1984.  It was broken up in their 
Tucson yard in 1990. The cockpit section of 52-2680 remained in the yard until found by Robert and 
Leigh Thompson, owners of the B-52 Billiards Hall in Denver. They bought it and used it as a bar" in 
their hall, until it was closed down in early 2006.  Apparently it then ended up in the wrecker's yard.
where Sean Keating found it. The fin of 52-2680 was used on H&P's N29866 ex 52-2695.
2681 converted to C-97K
2682 converted to C-97G
2683 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registry 4X-FPR, military serial 033.  Modified
to ELINT.  Shot down by Egyptian SAM-2 Sep 17, 1971.
2684 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC as CH506 by at least Jun 26, 1971
2685 wreck seen lying near Mistassini Lake in Quebec, Canada.  
2686 converted to C-97G.  Modified for peripheral ELINT with tub 
on the belly.  To MASDC as CH434.  Transferred to another agency May 2, 1971.
2687 converted to C-97G.  modified as photo reconnaissance aircraft.
2688 converted to C-97G.  modified as photo reconnaissance aircraft.
Had ventral tub radome.  To MASDC as CH436 by at least May 2, 1971.
2689 converted to KC-97L, then to C-97L.
2690 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967. 
2691 to MASDC 
2692 converted to C-97G, then to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1971.
2693 modified as YC-97J, flying test bed for Pratt and Whitney YT34-P-5 turboprops.
To MASDC as CH626 Aug 3, 1964.  Later acquired by Aero Spacelines along 
with 52-2762 and parts used for B-377SG (Super Guppy)
N1038V (N1038V was originally a Stratocruiser with Pan American).  To AMARC as
NA0001 Jul 9, 1991.  Now with Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
2694 (c/n 16725) converted to KC-97L.  To civil registry as N1396M.  Later
to N31338 with Dross Metals.  Preserved at Grant County 
International Airport, Moses Lake, WA, and was going to be converted
into a restaurant, but the deal fell through.  The wings and tail are now missing.
2695 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH597 Jun 28, 1977.  To H&P as N29866.  Stored at Greybull, WY Jul 2002 
as N29866.  It has the fin from 52-2680, with the number 0-22680 still painted on it.
2696 converted to C-97G.
2697 (c/n 16728) converted to KC-97L.  Now at Grissom AFB Air Park, IN.
2698 converted to KC-97L.  To civilian market as N1365N
2699 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 19, 1970
2700 (509th BW) lost blade off #2 prop on takeoff at Walker AFB, NM early 1956.  Blade slashed through the fuselage and
hit the refueling tanks.  Aircraft rolled into the ground and was totally destroyed.  No survivors.
52-2701 ... 52-2736
Boeing KC-97G-27-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16732/16767
2701 to MASDC Apr 1, 1965
2702 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
2703 (509th BW) crashed at Pease AFB after #2 turbo exploded and caused wing to catch fire.  Impacted the ground, with no 
survivors.  Date?
2704 to MASDC May 10, 1965
2705 to MASDC as CH199 May 7, 1965
2706 to MASDC Apr 19, 1965
2707 to MASDC May 10, 1965
2708 to MASDC May 14, 1965
2709 to MASDC Jun 5, 1965
2710 to MASDC as CH352 May 17, 1965.  Returned to service Jun 23, 1971 and
converted to KC-97L.
2711 (509th BW) crashed into mountains N of Flagstaff, AZ Oct 29, 1957.  All 16 onboard killed.
2712 to MASDC
2713 converted to HC-97G.
2714 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH517 Apr 14, 1972
2715 to MASDC Apr 2, 1965
2716 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH525 Jun 23, 1972
2717 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1971.
2718 converted to KC-97L. To MASDC Sep 22, 1976. Sold Jul 17, 1981 to Kola Inc of Tucson, AZ 
as N1175K and converted to C-97G.  Auctioned to GraceAire of TX for use in humanitarian 
supply missions as N117GA.  Now airworthy with Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation
of Farmingdale, NJ as N117GA "Angel of Deliverance" flying 
museum.  Bears markings of YC-97A, later C-97A, 45-59595, the only Stratofreighter
to be utilized in the airlift.
2719 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1967.
2720 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1967
2721 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 9, 1971
2722 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 30, 1971
2723 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 11, 1967
2724 converted to C-97G, later to EC-97G.
2725 converted to C-97G.
2726 converted to C-97G.
2727 (c/n 16758) converted to C-97G.  To civilian market as N52727 then HB-ILG
and operated for the Red Crossby Nordchurchaid (Joint Church
Aid flown by Flight Test Research Inc in the Biafran Air
Lift.  To MASDC Mar 8, 1970.  Scrapped.
2728 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH532 Nov 1, 1972.  I have this plane
as crashing near Newry, ME with 380th ARS due to engine fire Jun 27, 1960.
All five crew killed.
2729 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 1969 and dropped from inventory as surplus.
To Southwestern Alloy, Tucson, AZ Oct 1973 and scrapped.
2730 converted to C-97K.
2731 converted to C-97K.
2732 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1971
2733 to MASDC
2734 (c/n 16765) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as HB-ILW with Balair
Air Lines of Switzerland in 1969 and operated by Balair for the Red
Cross by Foundation for Airborne Relief in the Biafran
Air Lift.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1970.  Scrapped
2735 converted to C-97G
2736 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 24, 1972.  Sold to Israel AF as civil registry 4X-FPN, military serial 039.
By 1990 was at Israeli AF Museum, Hazerim, Israel.
52-2737 ... 52-2772
Boeing KC-97G-28-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16768/16803
2737 (c/n 16768) lost engine power in two engines during takeoff from
Plattsburgh AFB, NY and crashed into Lake Champlain Jul 18, 1957.
5 of 8 onboard killed.
2739 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH522 Jun 21, 1972
2741 to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
2742 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
2743 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
2744 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
2745 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
2746 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
2747 to MASDC Oct 17, 1965
2749 to MASDC Apr 2, 1965
2750 to MASDC Apr 2, 1965
2751 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
2752 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
2753 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
2754 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH514 Apr 7, 1972
2755 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964
2756 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
2757 to MASDC May 7, 1965
2758 to MASDC Nov 9, 1964
2759 (c/n 16790) converted to C-97G.  Leased to Balair Air Lines
of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red Cross by Foundation
for Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift.  Returned to
USAF.  To MASDC as CH507 Jul 7, 1971
2760 to MASDC Sep 8, 1964
2761 (c/n 16792) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH599 Jul 29, 1977.   
Later to civilian market as N29862.  Stored at Greybull, WY
2762 modified as YC-97J, flying test bed for
Pratt and Whitney YT34-P-5 turboprops
2763 to MASDC Oct 20, 1964
2764 converted to C-97G. To MASDC Apr 8, 1970.  To civilian market at N227AR  Now on display north of Dodgeville, WI.
2765 to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
2766 converted to C-97G, later to KC-97L.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1970.  To civilian market as N22766
2767 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
2768 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965
2769 to MASDC Oct 5, 1965
2770 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
2771 to MASDC Apr 16, 1965
2772 to MASDC 
52-2773 ... 52-2806
Boeing KC-97G-29-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16804/16837
2795,2799,2805 converted to C-97G.
2773,2782,2783,2788,2791,2797,2806 converted to HC-97G.
2773 (HC-97G) in midair accident with USCG HC-54 7290 Jun 29, 1964.
2774 to MASDC Sep 8, 1964
2775 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965
2776 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
2777 to MASDC May 7, 1965
2778 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
2779 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
2780 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
2781 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965.
2782 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH513 Apr 11, 1972
2783 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Nov 22, 1966
2784 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Nov 8, 1966
2785 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
2786 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
2787 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
2788 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
2789 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
2790 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 3, 1971
2791 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH529 Jun 7, 1972.
2792 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965
2793 to MASDC
2796 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964
2797 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH523 Jun 21, 1972
2799 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1970.  Sold to Israel AF 
with civil registry 4X-FPO, military serial 035.
2800 to MASDC Sep 25, 1964
2801 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
2802 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
2804 to GKC-97G ground instructional airframe Jul 1963 at Sheppard AFB.
Dropped from inventory as salvage Jan 1975.
2806 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Mar 13, 1967
53-106 ... 53-365
Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter 
c/n 16888/17147
106,109,138,140,142,145,160,162,197,
201,209/215,217,220,228,233/236,238,
239,241,242,246,261,270/275,279,284,
294,297,306,311/314,316,324,329,330,
332,334,335,337/342,346,349,353,356,
358,359,364,365 converted to C-97G.
106,220 converted to EC-97G.	
115,117,120,122,131,134,147,161,165,
170, 173,174,216 converted to HC-97G.
163,182,343,344 converted to C-97K.
150,172,189,200,202,205,208,218,
223/225,230,232,237,240,243,244,265,
276,278,280,282,283,291,292,295,296,
298,304,307,310,315,317,319,325,327,
348,350,352,354,355,357,360/363
converted to KC-97L.
106 (c/n 16888) converted to EC-97G and operated by CIA for covert ELINT in Berlin corrdor.
107 (c/n 16889) to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
108 (c/n 16890) to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
109 (c/n 16891) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
110 (c/n 16892) suffered inflight explosion and crashed into
Atlantic Ocean 90 miles off Reykjavik, Iceland May 4, 1955.
111 (c/n 16893) to MASDC Sep 25, 1964
112 (c/n 16894) to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
113 (c/n 16895) to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
114 (c/n 16896) to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
115 (c/n 16897) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as HC516 Apr 15, 1972
116 (c/n 16898) to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
117 (c/n 16899) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as HC512 Apr 11, 1972
118 (c/n 16900) to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
119 (c/n 16901) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1970
122 (c/n 16904) converted to HC-97G. To MASDC as CH524 Jun 21, 1972
123 (c/n 16905) to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
124 (c/n 16906) to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
125 (c/n 16907) to MASDC Feb 21, 1966
127 (c/n 16909) to MASDC as CH297 Dec 7, 1965
128 (c/n 16910) to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
129 (c/n 16911) to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
130 (c/n 16912) to MASDC Dec 7, 1965
131 (c/n 16913) converted to HC-97G 5/1964.  To MASDC for storage
as CH518 Apr 15, 1972, scrapped Aug 1972.
132 (c/n 16914) to MASDC Oct 5, 1965
133 (c/n 16915) to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
134 (c/n 16916) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Oct 25, 1966
135 (c/n 16917) to MASDC Dec 21, 1965
136 (c/n 16918) to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
137 (c/n 16919) to MASDC Nov 5, 1965
138 (c/n 16920) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 18, 1971
139 (c/n 16921) to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
140 (c/n 16922) to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
142 (c/n 16924) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 6, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
144 (c/n 16926) to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
145 (c/n 16927) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 16, 1971
146 (c/n 16928) to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
148 (c/n 16930) to MASDC Dec 3, 1965
149 (c/n 16931) to MASDC 
151 (c/n 16933) to MASDC as CH255 Nov 3, 1965.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
152 (c/n 16934) to MASDC Nov 30, 1965
153 (c/n 16935) to MASDC
154 (c/n 16936) to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
155 (c/n 16937) to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
156 (c/n 16938) to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
157 (c/n 16939) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 20, 1968
158 (c/n 16940) to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
159 (c/n 16941) to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
160 (c/n 16942) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 12, 1971
161 (c/n 16943) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Mar 20, 1967
162 (c/n 16944) converted to C-97G around 1963 and to 109th ATS/MN ANG until retired to
MASDC Mar 6, 1971.
163 (c/n 16945) to MASDC Mar 29, 1966
164 (c/n 16946) to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
165 (c/n 16947) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH521 May 25, 1972
166 (c/n 16948) to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
167 (c/n 16949) to MASDC Dec 17, 1965
168 (c/n 16950) to MASDC Dec 21, 1965
169 (c/n 16951) to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
170 (c/n 16952) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH526 Jun 23, 1972
171 (c/n 16953) to MASDC as CH275 Nov 18, 1965
172 (c/n 16954) to MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  Returned to service Jun 18, 1971 anc converted to KC-97L.
To Spanish AF
173 (c/n 16955) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH527 Jun 23 1972.
174 (c/n 16956) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH515 Apr 7, 1972
175 (c/n 16957) to MASDC Oct 26, 1964
176 (c/n 16958) to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
178 (c/n 16960) to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
179 (c/n 16961) to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
180 (c/n 16962) to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
181 (c/n 16963) to MASDC Oct 26, 1964
182 (c/n 16964) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1970.
183 (c/n 16965) to MASDC Sep 30, 1964
186 (c/n 16968) to MASDC Apr 19, 1965
187 (c/n 16969) to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
188 (c/n 16970) to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
189 (c/n 16971) to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  To Hayes Aircraft Jun 29, 1971
and converted to KC-97L.  To Spanish AF as TK.1-03; noted summer 2003 in Museo 
del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Spain.
190 (c/n 16972) to MASDC as CH276 Nov 19, 1965
191 (c/n 16973) to MASDC as CH322 Dec 17, 1965
192 (c/n 16974) to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
193 (c/n 16975) to MASDC Dec 10, 1965
194 (c/n 16976) to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
196 (c/n 16978) to MASDC Nov 2, 1964
198 (c/n 16980) at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, NE
since 1964.
199 (c/n 16981) to MASDC Nov 24, 1964
200 (c/n 16982) to MASDC as CH188 Apr 16, 1965.  Returned
to service Mar 5, 1970.  To MASDC as CH618 Feb 8, 1978.  Nose at Gillespie Field, CA Jan 2002.
201 (c/n 16983) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 7, 1971
202 (c/n 16984) to MASDC May 14, 1965
203 (c/n 16985) to MASDC Nov 3, 1966
204 (c/n 16986) to MASDC as CH324 Dec 20, 1965
205 (c/n 16987) to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Returned to service Jun 3, 1970.  To MASDC as CH601 Aug 2, 1977
206 (c/n 16988) to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
207 (c/n 16989) to MASDC Nov 30, 1965
208 (c/n 16990) to MASDC Oct 28, 1965. Returned to
service Apr 15, 1970.  Stored at Greybull, WY as N397HP
209 (c/n 16991) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1968
211 (c/n 16993) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 18, 1971
212 (c/n 16994) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1968
213 (c/n 16995) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 12, 1971
214 (c/n 16996) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH388 Apr 23, 1968
216 (c/n 16998) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1966
217 (c/n 16999) converted to C-97G.  TO MASDC Jul 26, 1966
218 (c/n 17000) to MASDC Feb 13, 1965.  To civil registry as N97KC.  In 1988 was in use as a restaurant at McMinnville, OR.
Now with Minnesota ANG Museum, donated from Hawkings and
Powers of Greybull, WY.
219 (c/n 17001) to MASDC
221 (c/n 17003) to MASDC
222 (c/n 17004, 384th ARS) crashed into Adirondack mountains on flight from Westover AFB, MA
Jan 22, 1957.  7 onboard killed.
223 (c/n 17005) to MASDC.  Returned to service Feb 17, 1970.   "City of Oklahoma City" with 185th MAS, Ok ANG  
converted to KC-97L then to C-97L.   Converted to fuel hauler for/by  Stratolift Inc. of Anchorage, AK  
registered as N4580Q.  Caught fire while offloading fuel at Unalakleet Airport, AK May 18, 1989 
W/O.  Hulk sitting at airport. 
224 (c/n 17006) to MASDC Jun 7, 1966.  Returned to service Mar 26, 1970
225 (c/n 17007) to MASDC.  Returned to service Apr 6, 1970.
To Spanish AF as TK.1-2.  Stored at Tarragon after WFU, moved
to Taracon 1983 and used as cafe.  Reported Feb 2008 to have
been at Sant Cugat des Valles Airport (a nightclub,not a
real airport) NW of Barcelona since 1988
226 (c/n 17008) to MASDC
227 (c/n 17009) to MASDC
228 (c/n 17010) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 31, 1971
229 (c/n 17011) to MASDC as CH317 Jun 22, 1966
230 (c/n 17012) converted to KC-97L in 1965.  Preserved at Air Mobility 
Command Museum at Dover AFB, DE
231 (c/n 17013) collided with B-52 during refueling near Dow AFB, ME Dec 14, 1959.
Despite damage, the aircraft made a successful emergency
landing at Dow AFB.
233 (c/n 17015) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 26, 1969
234 (c/n 17016) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 13, 1971
235 (c/n 17017) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1967
236 (c/n 17018) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH393 Apr 29, 1968
238 (c/n 17020) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 14, 1968
239 (c/n 17021) to MASDC Oct 26, 1964
240 (c/n 17022) to MASDC Jun 7, 1966.  Returned to service
Apr 6, 1970.  Now at 8th Air Force Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA.
241 (c/n 17023) to Spanish AF as TK.13-1.  W/o in the 1970s.
242 (c/n 17024) to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
243 (c/n 17025) nose is in storage at Paul Garber Restoration Facility, Suitland, MD
244 (c/n 17026) to civil registry as N4236C
245 (c/n 17027) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 4, 1971
246 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1967
247 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
248 to MASDC Jun 9, 1965
249 modified to test armament arrangement for F-89H.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1965
250 to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
251 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965
252 to MASDC Oct 20, 1964
254 to MASDC Oct 20, 1964
255 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
257 to MASDC as CH331 Dec 21, 1965
258 to MASDC Jan 12, 1965
259 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
260 to MASDC May 6, 1964
261 to MASDC May 6, 1964
262 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
263 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
264 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
265 (c/n 17047) to MASDC Dec 6, 1965.  Returned to service
May 4, 1970.  Stored at Greybull, Wy as N497HP Aug 2, 2006
266 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
`			267 crashed at Nouasseur AB, Morocco Aug 23, 1960.
268 to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
269 to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
270 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1971
271 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1970
272 (c/n 17054) at Lancaster/Fox field AP, CA
273 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 23, 1970
274 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 2, 1970
275 (c/n 17057) to Spanish AF
276 to MASDC as CH183 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 5, 1970.  To MASDC as CH615 Feb 3, 1978
278 to MASDC as CH182 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 11, 1970.
279 converted to C-97G. To MASDC Nov 14, 1967
280 (c/n 17062) To MASDC Oct 20, 1965.  Became N49548; was delivered October 1984 to Paris-le Bourget for conversion 
by UTA to Guppy 201 but conversion not undertaken and aircraft loaned to 
Musee de l'Air.   Noted at Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988.  Flown to Nancy-Essey
for the local air museum, but the museum went bankrupt and the plane
was broken up Jan 2005. Tail is preserved at Zruc airpark.
281 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
282 (c/n 17064) to MASDC Dec 21, 1965.  Returned to service
Oct 9, 1970.  Noted Sept 2003 at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX
283 (c/n 17065) to JASDC May 4, 1965.  Returned to service
Apr 23, 1970.  Converted to KC-97L.  Put on display at NAS JRB Forth Worth, TX.
Bought by a private party in Dec 2001 and trucked to Colorado Springs, Co and used for
a restaurant.  
284 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC 
285 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
286 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
288 to MASDC Jun 3, 1965
290 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965
293 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
294 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1970
297 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 23, 1968
298 to MASDC as CH185 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service
Mar 6, 1970.  To MASDC as CH594 May 27, 1977.  To civil registry as N2987W.
Now on display at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation.
299 to MASDC Dec 17, 1965
300 to MASDC Jun 13, 1964
301 to MASDC Oct 17, 1965
302 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
303 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
304 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
305 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
307 to MASDC as CH184 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 20, 1970.
Converted to KC-97L
308 w/o Jan 18, 1959 in ground fire at Elmendorf AB, Alaska
309 destroyed by fire at Elmendorf AFB in 1958.  Also shows up as going to MASDC Mar 3, 1965.
310 to MASDC May 4, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 4, 1970.  
Converted to KC-97L
311 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH390 Apr 25, 1968
312 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1968
314 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 6, 1968
318 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
320 to MASDC Jun 3, 1965
321 to MASDC Jun 3, 1965
322 to MASDC Apr 8, 1965
324 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
325 to MASDC May 4, 1965.  Returned to service May 13, 1970.
Converted to KC-97L
326 to MASDC May 4, 1965.
327 at Whiteman AFB, MO
328 to MASDC Mar 7, 1965
329 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1971
330 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1971
332 converted to C-97G.  Was with Confederate Air Force collection at Harlingen in 1978/80.  Later returned
to USAF.
333 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964.  
334 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 23, 1968
335 (c/n 17117) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 7, 1969.
Nose section on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
336 crash landed in Everglades after ran out of fuel Jan 7, 1958
337 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1968
339 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1968
340 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH389 Apr 25, 1968
341 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 17, 1968
342 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1968
343 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1971
344 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1971
345 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
346 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1967
347 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965
348 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as CH602 Sep 27, 1977
349 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1971.
350 (c/n 17132) stored at Greybull, WY as N972HP
351 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
353 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1971
354 on display at Castle Air Museum, CA
355 to MASCC as CH0613 Jan 27, 1978
356 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1971
357 to MASDC as CH593 May 267, 1977
358 (c/n 17140) made wheels-up landing at Palmdale AFB, CA
Oct 28, 1965 and DBR.
359 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967
360 on display at Air Park, Malmstrom AFB Museum, marked as
52-2638
361 to MASDC Jun 28, 1977 as CH0596, to Dross Metals, Tucson, AZ as N1365P.  
Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
363 (KC-97L) at March Field Museum, CA.
364 converted to C-97G.  TO MASDC Aug 12, 1970
365 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH509 Oct 8, 1971
Sold to Israel AF as civil number 4X-FPM, military serial 040
53-3815 ... 53-3816
Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter
c/n 17148,17149
3815 converted to C-97G. To MASDC 
3816 to MASDC Dec 17, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 26, 1970.
Converted to KC-97L.  On Mexican civil registry as XA-PII operated by AeroPacifico Inc
under contract for Bimbo Bread Corp.  Was sitting in unflyable condition at Tucson IAP.  
Purchased by Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation to provice spares for 52-2718 N117GA.
After useful parts are removed, the remainder will be scrapped.
53-3817 ... 53-3824
Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter
Contract cancelled.  Were c/n 17150/17157
88-0494 ... 88-0495
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40C Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-96/1C-97

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