USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: F-94
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
44-62310 ... 44-62328
Boeing B-29A-75-BN Superfortress
MSN 11787/11805
62319 w/o Mar 8, 1951, Zamora, California
62320 (9th BW, 15th AF) crashed 1.5 mi from Wilsonville, Oregon Oct 8, 1952 after collision with F-94
fighter.  No survivors.
62326 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF552 Apr 25, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954
62328 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF547 Apr 7, 1951.  Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953
48-356 ... 48-375
Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
MSN 580-5001/5020.  Model 580.
Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
356 (MSN 580-5001) converted from a P-80C.  First flight Mar 22, 1948.  converted to YF-94A Model 780
prototype, first flight Apr 16, 1949 , then to prototype F-94B.  Retired to gate guard at Lackland AFB, TX
Noted stored at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003. 
357 used to test ejection seats, or to prove that ejection seats were
safe to use.
358 entered in 1948 Bendix Trophy race with 300-gallon
tip tanks.  Aborted race due to fuel feed
problem.  Crashed Sept 9, 1948 during landing
at Van Nuys, CA.  Pilot Capt. James T. Fitzgerald
died of injuries 11 days later.
373 converted to YF-94A prototype
49-2479 ... 49-2495
Lockheed F-94A-1-LO
MSN 780-7001/7017.  Model 780.  Modified from T-33 airframes on the production line.
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2479 redesignated EF-94A, then to JF-94A.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1957.  Salvaged Aug 1958.
2480 retained by Lockheed for testing purposes.  In Apr 1950 to Fighter Section at Wright-Patterson
AFB for testing purposes.   Crashed on landing at Wright Patterson AFB, OH May 24, 1950..  Pilot killed.
2481 assigned as maintenance trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois
2482 to MASDC Dec 9, 1957
2483 to MASDC Dec 17, 1957
2484 crashlanded at Lockheed airfield, Burbank, California Apr 13, 1950.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1957
2485 to MSASDC Nov 17, 2957
2486 retained by Lockheed and redesignated EF-94.  Bailed to Laurinberg, North Carolina as JF-94.
2487 to MASDC Jan 3, 1957
2488 in landing accident at McChord AFB, Washington Mar 12, 1951.
2489 crashed while landing at Larson AFB, Washington Oct 6, 1950.
2490 (325th FG, 319th FS) crashed on takeoff at Larson AFB, WA Jul 20, 1950.  Pilot killed.
2491 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) crashlanded at George AFB, California Mar 20, 1951
2492 bailed to Hughes Aircraft Corp for tests, fitted with rocket nose cone.
2493
2494 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) forcelanded at Madera MAP, California Jan 13, 1951.
2495 bailed to MIT for flight test purposes in 1955
49-2496 ... 49-2496
Lockheed F-94A-5-LO
MSN 780-7018.  Retained by Lockheed as a trainer.  Donated to a museum in Hawthorne, California
49-2497 ... 49-2497
Lockheed YF-94B
MSN 780-7019.  Model 780.  Taken off the assembly line and modified as the first YF-49B.  First flight Sep 28, 1950
49-2498 ... 49-2588
Lockheed F-94A-5-LO
MSN 780-7020/7110
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2498 redesignated EF-94.  Bailed to Bendix Corp as a JF-94.  Currently on display at WBAFB Museum, Dayton Ohio
2499 crashlanded 3 mi N of Chillicothe, Ohio Sep 3, 1950
2500 bailed to Cornell University Aeronautical Laboratory for testing as EF-49A.   Stored at Niagra Aerospace 
Museum, Niagra, New York in Feb 2003.  Moved to Warner Robins Museum of
Aviation, Georgia, and in 2013 to Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California
2503 to MASDC Nov 27, 1957
2504 (5001st CG, 449th FAWS) crashed 30 mi SE of Ladd AFB, AK Dec 12, 1950.
2505 to MASDC Dec 3, 1957.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Dec 17, 1957
2506 to MASDC Oct 17, 1957
2507 to MASDC Dec 1, 1957
2508 to MASDC Nov 1, 1957
2510 (5001st CG, 449th FAWS) involved in midair collision and crashed 6 mi S off Ladd AFB, AK Oct 19, 1950.
2512 to MASDC Oct 22, 1957
2513 to MASDC Nov 15, 1957
2516 (3077 EG, HQ Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Edwards AFB, CA Sep 24, 1950.  To MASDC Oct 3, 1957
2517 to MASDC Dec 3, 1957.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.  Now on display at Burlington IAP, Vermont
2518 w/o Mar 24, 1953 in crash due to engine failure 8 mi SE of McChord AB, Washington
2519 (5001 CG, 449 FAWS) damaged in landing accident at Galena AFB, CA Nov 26, 1950.
2520 to MASDC Oct 10, 1957
2522 to MASDC Oct 7, 1957
2523 to MASDC Oct 9, 1957
2524 to MASDC Dec 10, 1957
2525 to MASDC Oct 11, 1957
2526 to MASDC Nov 24, 1957
2528 to MASDC Oct 13, 1957
2529 to MASDC Nov 1, 1957
2530 to MASDC Dec 3, 1957
2532 to MASDC Nov 17, 1957
2533 to MASDC Nov 14, 1957
2534 ran out of fuel and crashed 14 mi SE of China Lake, CA Jan 17, 1952.
2535 w/o Jul 17, 1954 in landing accident at Otis AB, Massachusetts
2536 to MASDC Oct 22, 1958
2537 (52nd FAWG, 2nd FAWS) crashed 5 mi S of Fairborn, OH Mar 30, 1951.  to MASDC Nov 23, 1957
2541 to MASDC Nov 19, 1957
2542 w/o Sep 6, 1951 Pemberton, New Jersey.
2544 to MASDC Dec 8, 1957
2545 to MASDC Nov 13, 1957
2546 to MASDC Nov 23, 1957
2549 (52nd FAW G, 5th FAW S) crashed Nov 17, 1950 near Whitesbog, NJ 6 mi SE of McGuire AFB after flameout
at low altitude and emergency wheels up landing made at short strip.  Aircraft struck
dike and bog.  Both crew injured.
2550 to MASDC Oct 11, 1957
2551 to MASDC Nov 14, 1957
2554 to MASDC Nov 14, 1957
2555 to MASDC Oct 19, 1957
2556 to MASDC Oct 22, 1957
2557 to MASDC Nov 20, 1957
2559 to MASDC Oct 3, 1957
2560 to MASDC Nov 17, 1957
2562 to MASDC Oct 4, 1957
2563 to MASDC Oct 6, 1957
2564 w/o Nov 6, 1953 in crash 3 mi W of Portland AP, Oregon due to engine failure.
2566 to MASDC Nov 17, 1957
2567 to MASDC Nov 19, 1957
2568 to MASDC Dec 5, 1957
2569 to MASDC Nov 12, 1957
2571 (325th FIG, 319th FIS) crashed on takeoff at Rapid City AFB, SD May 12, 1951
2572 to MASDC Oct 13, 1957
2573 (325th FIG, 318th FIS) crashed 4 mi SW of Whidbey Island, WA Jul 4, 1951.
2574 to MASDC Oct 22, 1957
2577 to MASDC Nov 14, 1957
2578 to MASDC Nov 1, 1957
2579 to MASDC Oct 15, 1957
2580 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) missing off San Pablo Bay, CA Apr 8, 1951.
2582 to MASDC Oct 14, 1957
2583 to MASDC Nov 20, 1957
2585 w/o Dec 19, 1952 San Pablo Bay, California
2586 to MASDC Oct 6, 1957.
2587 to MASDC Oct 14, 1957.
50-805 ... 50-876
Lockheed F-94B-1-LO 
MSN 780-7111/7182
805 at China Lake Ranges  ?
808 damaged Mar 14, 1953 Out of fuel & force landing-Turner AFB, GA
809 damaged May 17, 1954 Landing-Goose Bay, Labrador
811 damaged Jul 27, 1952 Engine failure & force landing-O’Hare AFB,IL
812 damaged Jul 11, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
813 (3626 AMS, 3626 AMG) crashed 7 mi N of Grumman Field, NY Jun 15, 1951.
814 damaged Aug 11, 1952 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
815 damaged Jul 23, 1952 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
816 damaged Apr 9, 1953 Landing-Presque Island AFB,ME
817  damaged Jul 27, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
818 damaged Nov 8, 1952 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB,FL
819 damaged Jul 1, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL 
820 damaged Mar 28, 1954 Landing-Keflavik A/p, Iceland
821 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG) forced-landed in Tyndall ADB, FL Feb 19, 1951.
823 damaged Jun 22, 1953 Mid air-with F-94b 51-5312-Keflavik, Iceland
824  damaged Apr 6, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
826  damaged Oct 30, 1952 Mid air (Hit target being towed) Mito Gunnery Range, Japan
827 (339th FAWS, 6162 ABW) w/o in landing accident at Yokota AB, Japan Apr 24, 1951.
831 w/o May 20, 1952 in crash due to engine failure 5 mi N of Mito AB, Japan
832 w/o Jul 2, 1954 in takeoff accident at Suwon AB, South Korea
833 w/o Mar 31, 1954 Chungju, South Korea
839 damaged Jan 30, 1954 Landing-K-13, South Korea
840  damaged Jul 17, 1952 Landing-Scott AFB, IL
845 damaged Jun 11, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
847 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG) w/o at Tyndal AFB, FL Aug 28, 1951.
848 damaged Mar 20, 1952 Structural failure-10 miles E of Tyndall AFB,FL
850 damaged Oct 27, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
851 damaged Nov 29, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
852 w/o Jul 10, 1953 San Pablo Bay, Louisiana
853 t/o Jul 2, 1952 off Tyndall AFB, Florida
854 damaged Jun 2, 1952 Engine failure on t/off-Tyndall AFB,FL
855 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG)
856 damaged May 25, 1953 t/off accident-Larson AFB,WA
858 w/o Nov 17, 1952 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
859 (NY ANG) crashed near Ballston Spa, NY Nov 9, 1957 after left gun bay door opened
in flight.
863 w/o Mar 25, 1954 in landing accident at Keflavik AP, Iceland
864 damaged Oct 10, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
865 damaged Feb 2, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
866 damaged Jun 16, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
867 damaged May 30, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
869 w/o Jul 25, 1955 in crash due to engine failure 2 mi SE of Johnson AB, Japan
873 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) crashed 4 mi SE of Sandwich, MA Jul 12, 1951.
50-877 ... 50-877
Lockheed YF-97 Starfire
MSN 780-7183.  Lockheed Model 880, modified fom F-94B airframe on the production line.  Later redesignated YF-94C.
On display with New York ANG at Syracuse, New York
50-878 ... 50-954
Lockheed F-94B-1-LO
MSN 780-7184/7260
883 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) crashed 5 mi N of Otis AFB, Massachusetts May 11, 1951.
887 (319th FIS) lost in action May 4, 1953, possible collision.
904 (64th FIS, 57th FIG) crashed 6 mi SW of Elmendorf AFB, AK Aug 3, 1951.
927 (66th FIS, 57th FIG) crashed 3 mi WSW of Anchorage, AK Jan 6, 1953.
50-955 ... 50-955
Lockheed YF-97 Starfire
MSN 880-8000.  Model 880.  Modified from F-94B airframe on the production line.  First flight Jan 19, 1950.
Later redesignated YF-94C
50-956 ... 50-1063
Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
MSN 880-8001/8108
956 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
Center Jul 29, 1954 to Nov 18, 1958.  Registered as NACA 156.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays
957 at Chinal Lake Range
959 may have been modified as DF-94C with Falcon missiles.
963 modified as EF-94C reconnaissance aircraft.
965 operated by Hughes Aircraft equipped with cameras.
967 damaged Feb 5, 1953 Structural failure-Presque Island AFB, ME
969 (3299th Fighter Test Squadron) crashed Jun 21, 1953 while landing at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS.  Both
crew killed. 
970 at China Lake Range
977 damaged Apr 13, 1954 Structural failure-Moody AFB, GA
978  w/o ?? Aug  5, 1953 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
980 on display at WPAFB Museum, marked as 50-1054.
981  damaged 4 Jun 1953 Engine failure-Tyndall AFB, FL
987 w/o Jan 27, 1953 in midair collision with 50-1004 5 mi NW of Orange, Florida.  50-1004 OK
989 damaged Oct 5, 1953 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
991 damaged Jun 15, 1953 Engine failure-12 miles SE of Panama City, FL
992  damaged Oct 13, 1953 t/off accident-Moody AFB, GA
993 w/o Oct 4, 1954 in takeoff accident at Moody AFB, Georgia
995 damaged Nov 29, 1954 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
996 w/o Jun 8, 1954 in crash 5 mi SW of Du Pont, Georgia
998 damaged Oct 28, 1953 grd fire-Moody AFB, GA
999 w/o Jan 13, 1954 in crash 9 mi SW of Pearson, Georgia
1000 damaged Feb 1, 1954 landing at Moody AFB, GA
1001 damaged Jan 3, 1955 Undershot landing-Craig AFB, IL
1002 damaged May 27, 1953 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB, FL.    Damaged May 12, 1955 Landing-Laughlin AFB, TX
1006 at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado 
1008 damaged Aug 9, 1955 t/off accident-Moody AFB, GA
1009 w/o ?? Nov 15, 1955 Engine failure & force landing-7 miles SSW of Pearson, GA
1010 damaged Mar 5, 1954 Mid air with F-94 50-1058- 2 miles SW of Otis AFB, MA
1011 w/o May 26, 1953 Tyndall AFB, Florida
1012 damaged Jul 10, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
1013 damaged Feb 9, 1954 taxi accident-Moody AFB, GA
1014 damaged Apr 27, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
1015 damaged Jun 4, 1953 in ground fire at Tyndall AFB, FL
1021 damaged Sep 3, 1954 Engine failure on t/off-1 mile N of Moody AFB, GA
1024 damaged Jan 27, 1955 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
1026 w/o Mar 25, 1954 Orleans, Massachusetts
1036 damaged May 9, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
1039  damaged Jul 7, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, MA
1043 w/o Sep 21, 1954 in ground accident at Otis AFB, Massachusetts.
1044 damaged Aug 31, 1953 Landing-Robins AFB, GA
1047 damaged Jun 21, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, MA
1058 damaged Mar 5, 1954 Mid air with F-94 50-1010- 2 miles SW of Otis AFB, MA
1062  w/o Jun 24, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, Ma-Crew ok & aircraft burnt out
51-4110 ... 51-4136
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5404/5430
4114 (MSN 580-5408) to French Air Force Dec 1951.  Obtained by USAF 32nd TFS at Soesterberg for battle damage repair 
training in early 1980s.  Transported to LETS in 1985 for use in fire training school.  Current
status unknown.
4115 (MSN 580-5409) to French AF Dec 1951.  On display at Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace, france
4116 (MSN 580-5410) to French AF Dec 1951, later to Turkish AF.  Force
landing on runway at Bandirma Nov 29, 1984.
4119 to Canada Mar 14, 1955 as Silver Star I with RCAF serial 14684.  WFU Jul 27, 1973.
4120 used for tests successively by Lockheed, Allison Division of General Motors, USAF Wright
Air Development Cener and the Flight Research Department of the Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory.
With Calspan converted to NT-33A with F-94 nose and used for variable stability research and simulating
a variety of aircraft under development. Retired April 28, 1997, at the time was oldest flying USAF 
aircraft.  Now on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
4121 (MSN 580-5415) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14685.  To Turkish AF
4123 to Royal Thai AF as F11-16/12.  SOC Sep 24, 1980 and broken up for spares.
4125 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed on training flight from K-3 to K-13 Jul 5, 1952.  Pilot killed.
51-5307 ... 51-5512
Lockheed F-94B-5-LO
MSN 780-7261/7466
5316 (6tth FIS, 57th FIG) crashed 1/2 mi NW of Anchorage IAP, AK Aug 23, 1951.
5324 destroyed in crash at El Mirage dry Lake, CA Aug 23, 1951.
5329 to NACA as 203.
5342 (105th FIS) hit trees during descent at night, climbed to bailout, aircraft crashed 5 mi N
of Port St. Joe, FL Jul 17, 1952.
5350 (68th FIS, 6160th ABS) crashed 50 mi Sw of Pusan, Korea Jan 10, 1953.
5358 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) went belly into the sea after engine fire Dec 20, 1952.  Both crew killed.  Submerged in
salt water for 95 hours.  Aircraft SOC.
5371 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) crashed into construction equipment while landing on
wrong runway Mar 4, 1952.
5380 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1951
5384 (319th FIS) crashed near K-13 Jun 23, 1953.  Two crew killed.
5389 (319th FIS) damaged when landed short of runway Jul 11, 1952.  Crashed S of Suwon Jul 8, 1953, 
2 crew killed.
5402 (95th FIS, 4710 AD) crashed 1 1/2 mi NE of Greensville, MD Jan 6, 1953.
5408 lost in fire May 1958
5409 lost Sueon, Korea Jun 2, 1953
5415 crashed in Webster Pass, CO Dec 2, 1953.  2 crew killed.  Aircraft
finally located Jul 2, 1954.
5416 was with 319th FIS in Korea 1952-55, shipped back to USA during 1955 and transferred to 138th FIS of New York ANG.
5428 salvaged Komoki AB, Japan
5431 (419th FIS) crashed near K-13 Nov 15, 1952.  2 crew KIA.
5451 (419th FIS) lost Jan 6, 1953.
5453 (319th FIS) engine flamed out while landing at K-13 Dec 2, 1952.
5459 (319th FIS, 5 AM) crashed 11 mi SSE of Suwon, Korea Jan 6, 1953.
5476 (6160th ABW, 68th FIS) collided with PO-2 SW of Yongmae Feb 27, 1952.
5480 lost Itazuke AB, Jaoan Aug 22, 1952
5491 (329th FIS, 5th AF) w/o in landing accident at Seoul/Kimpo, Korea Jan 12, 1953.
5493 crashed and burned at approach end of runway at NAS Kodiak,
Alaska Sep 10, 1952.  Two crew survived.
5500,5501 modified as YF-94D
5502 modified as NF-94B BOMARC test aircraft.
5503 (319th FIS) MIA June 13, 1953 near Cho Do Island on west coast of North Korea.  2 crew MIA.
5505 (319th FIS) crashed 13 mi SSW of Suwon, Korea Jan 17, 1953.
5512 modified to test T-171 20-mm cannon
51-5513 ... 51-5698
Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
MSN 880-8109/8294
5576 on display with American Legion Post 243 at Bessemer City, North Carolina
5590 placed atop Pikes Peak in 1958 by the Colorado Springs Chapter of the Air Force Association as a tourist attraction. 
After being vandalized, it was removed in 1964 and buried on location on the mountain and largely forgotten for forty years.   
In 2003 was recovered & scrapped.
5605 on display at 119th FW base, Fargo, ND
5623 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
5671 on display as monument at Erie County Memorial Garden, Erie, PA in 2009.
5676 (MSN 880-8271) on display in 1973 at Manhattan MAP, Kansas.
51-5945 ... 51-6144
North American F-86D-30-NA Sabre
MSN 173-89/288
5945 (MSN 173-89) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15945.  WFU Oct 6, 1965.  Used for fire practice
at Vaerlose
5946 (MSN 173-90) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15946.  WFU Aug 31, 1965.  To fire dump at 
Skrydstrup Aug 31, 1965
5947 (MSN 173-91) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15947.  Burned out in an accident at Aalborg AB
Apr 24, 1961.  Preserved as gate guard at Aalborg, Denmark, with tail 
number 51-6042 and false s/n F-326  Now at fire dump at Aalborg AB, Dec 2003
5948 w/o Oct 9, 1953 in takeoff accident at Westover AFB, Massachusetts
5949 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8156)
5951 (MSN 173-95) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15951.  Crashed at Aalborg AB Apr 16, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely
5952 (MSN 173-96) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15952.  WFU Jul 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Karup AB
5953 (MSN 173-97) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15953.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Karup AB
5955 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8107)
5956 w/o Mar 22, 1955 engine fail/fire-20 miles E of Enumclaw, WA.   Pilot bailed out
5957 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8106).  Displayed as gate guardian at Ashiya Air Base Nov 1992.  Still there
5958 (MSN 173-102) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15958.  Midair collision with 51-8281 at Zetten, 
Holland Apr 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
5959 assigned Sacramento Air Materiel Area  (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA.
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 14, 1956 to Sep 19, 1958.
Assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
5960 (MSN 173-104) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15960.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Vandel AB
5963 (MSN 173-107) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15963.. WFU 1964.  Used for tests at Saltholm.
5964 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8143)
5965 w/o Mar 29, 1954 Landed short-5 miles S of Madison, WI
5966 (MSN 173-110) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15966.  Flamed out and crashed near Karup AB Jan 22, 1962.  
Pilot ejected safely
5967 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8127).  Preserved at Hofu Air Base Nov 1992 and still present.
5969 w/o in crash 8 mi S of Kittaning, Pennslylvania Mar 10, 1954
5970 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8144).  
5971 (MSN 173-115) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15971.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  To fire dump at Aalborg AB.  
Seen there Dec 2003
5973 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8138)
5974 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8124)
5976 (MSN 173-120) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15976.  Engine fire, crashed at Gjoel Feb 7, 1961.  
Pilot ejected safely.
5977 (MSN 173-121) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15977, code AL-M, later as F-977.  TWFU Mar 31, 1966.
Used as decoy at Karup AB.  Preserved at Kjevik AB, Denmark.  To Svedinos Bil-Och Flygmuseum in 
Halmstad, Sweden Sep 2006.
5978 w/o Feb 13, 1954 in crash 3 mi SSE of Spokane, Washington
5980 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8149)
5982 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8133)
5984 (MSN 173-128) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15984, code as F-984.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as
a GIA at Kjevik AB.  To Svedinos Bil-Och Flygmuseum in Halmstad, Sweden Sep 2006.
5985 (MSN 173-129) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15985.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
5986 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 12, 1953 to Nov 7, 1957.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays.
Transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8134).  On display at Matsushima AB, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
5987 w/o May 19, 1953 in crash 3 mi SE of Crystal Lake, Illinois
5988 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8153)
5989 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8128)  Noted preserved at 4th Technical School at Kumagaya Nov 2014.
5991 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8157)
5992 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8125)
5994 (MSN 173-138) to Royal Danish AF Jul 27, 1958 as 15994.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
5995 damaged Aug 19, 1953 Landing-Scott AFB, IL
5996 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8108)
6002 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8109)
6003 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8150)
6004 w/o Nov 17, 1953 Westover AFB, Massachusetts
6005 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8154)
6008 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8129)
6012 nose on display at Sparks Museum, NV.
6013 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8126)
6015 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8158)
6016 (MSN 173-160) to Royal Danish AF Nov 21, 1958 as 16016.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
Skrydstrup AB
6017 (MSN 173-161) to Royal Danish AF Nov 14, 1958 as 16017.  Ran out of fuel, crashed in the river 
Limfjorden Mar 9, 1960.  Pilot killed.
6018 (MSN 173-162) to Royal Danish AF Sep 9, 1958 as 16018.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
6019 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8110)
6021 w/o Oct 8, 1953 near Eastport, New York
6022 assigned to 42nd FIS at O'Hare IAP, Chicago, IL
6023 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8146)
6026 (MSN 173-170) to Royal Danish AF Jun 2, 1959 as 16026.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
6027 w/o Oct 2, 1954 when engine failed on takeoff at Duluth AB, Minnesota
6028 (MSN 173-172) to Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16028.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
Skrydstrup AB.  Under restoration at Aalborg AB.  Preserved at Helsingor, later at Vandel AB
6030 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8111)
6032 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8130)
6033 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8112)
6034 (MSN 173-178) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Sep 6, 1958 as 16034.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.
Used as a decoy at Skrydstrup AB.  Later as a target at the Oksbol Range
6037 (MSN 173-181) assigned to 37th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 23, 1958 as 16037.  Crashed at Ebeltoft Vig, 
pilot ejected safely Jul 29, 1964
6038 converted to F-86L.  On display at Luverne Park. Luverne, MN
6039 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8135)
6040 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8131)
6042 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8113)
6043 (MSN 173-187) to Royal Danish AF Oct 30, 1958 as 16043.  Engine failure, landed in river Limfjorden 
May 16, 1961.  Pilot unhurt
6046 w/o Apr 9, 1954 Suffolk County AB, New York
6047 (MSN 173-191) to Royal Danish AF Dec 13, 1958 as 16047 .  Engine failure before landing, crashed at 
Aalborg AB Apr 17, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
6048 to MASDC
6049 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8151)
6050 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8147)
6052 (MSN 173-196) to Royal Danish AF Dec 28, 1958 as 16052.  Crashed near Limfjorden/Aalborg AB Dec 14, 1962
6053 (MSN 173-197) to Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1958 as 16053.  Flaps failure, crashed at Hvorup Oct 5, 1964.  
Pilot ejected safely
6055 (MSN 173-199, F-86L) was gate guard at Albany, Oregon in 1978.  Now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah. 
6056 on display at Beale AFB, Marysville, CA
6059 on display at Indian Rocks Beach, FL
6060 (MSN 173-204) to Royal Danish AF Aug 9, 1958 as 16069.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
6061 damaged Aug 24, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
6062 (MSN 173-206) assigned to 324th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16062 .  Crashed in river 
Limfjorden near Aalborg AB Dec 14, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely.
6066 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8132)
6069 converted to F-86L. Donated Oct 5, 1961.   On display in a small park at Bridgeport, Washington.
6071 (F-86L) on display at Davis Monthan AFB Warrior Park, Arizona.
6073 to MASDC
6074 converted to F-86L.  Mounted on a pole outside at Blackfoot, ID.
6076 to MASDC.  To China Lake as a ground target
6077 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8136)
6078 converted to F-86L.  Donated Dec 28, 1960 and mounted on a pylon outside at city of Multon, West Virginia
6080 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8114)
6084 to MASCC
6086 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8115)
6087 fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
6089 w/o Jan 26, 1955 in crash 5 mi NW of Denison, Texas
6090 (MSN 173-234) to Royal Danish AF Nov 21, 1958 as 16090.  Lost canopy and crashed at Hvorup Dec 1, 1958.  
Pilot ejected safely
6091 (F-86L) was on display at Carswell AFB, Texas.  Now with Oklahoma ANG, 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
6093 to MASDC
6094 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8122)
6095 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8116)
6096 (MSN 173-240) to Royal Danish AF Sep 24, 1958 as 16096.  WFU May 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
6098 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8117).  Preserved at Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology.
6102 damaged 2 Dec 1953 Engine fail/fire on landing-Hamilton AFB, CA
6104 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8139)
6105 (MSN 173-249) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16105.  Generator failure, 
crashed at Hahn, Germany May 15, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely
6106 (MSN 173-250) to Royal Danish AF Sep 1, 1958 as 16106.  Engine failure, crashed at Halvirimmen Dec 19, 1960.  
Pilot ejected safely.
6108 w/o  Dec 2, 1954 Engine fail/fire-11 miles NW of Richland, WA  Pilot bailed out
6109 (MSN 173-253) to Royal Danish AF Feb 26, 1959 as 16109.  Engine fire, crashed in sea north of Skagen 
Jul 16, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
6110 w/o May 26, 1955 in crash 12 mi S of Moses Lake, Washington
6111 w/o Jul 12, 1953 in crash 1o mi N of Quilcene, Washington after midair with F-94A 49-2558.
6112 fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard, 8/28/2000.
6113 w/o Oct 23, 1953 Black Point, California
6114 w/o 25 Jul 1955 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-Truax AFB, WI
6115 To MASDC Apr 29, 1964, To China Lake as a grd target
6118 (MSN 173-262) to Royal Danish AF Jan 15, 1959 as 16118.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Vandel AB
6119 (MSN 173-263) to Royal Danish AF Aug 29, 1958 as 16119.  w/o Jul 17, 1965
6121 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8148)
6123 (MSN 173-267) to Royal Danish AF Oct 16, 1958 as 16123.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
6126 on display at Hillsboro, IL
6127 to MASDC
6128 (MSN 173-272) to Royal Danish AF Aug 1, 1958 as 16128.  In wheels up landing at Ramstein AG, Germany 
Apr 14, 1965
6129 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8118)
6130 damaged Oct 8, 1953 Structural failure-Kirtland AFB, NM:
6131 w/o Nov 11, 1954 in crash 3 mi N of Burlington MAP, Vermont
6132 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8119)
6133 to MASDC
6135 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8140)
6138 w/o Nov 5, 1953 in crash 20 mi NW of Selfridge AFB, Michigan
6139 to MASDC
6140 to MASDC May 7, 1964
6144 (F-86L) on display at Perrin AFB Museum, Sherman Grayson, Texas
51-11504 ... 51-11599
Beech TC-45G Expeditor
MSN AF-61/156.  Remanufactured AT-7/AT-11 aircraft.  Numerous conversions to TC-45H
11504 (MSN AF-61) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2455.  To MASDC in 1957.  To N7199C.  Ferried to Israel with 
delivery registration 4X-ADO Dec 1957.  Registered 4X-FPO with Israeli AF and
subsequently registered N708C. 
11505 (MSN AF-62) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2453.   To MASDC.  To N9471Z, N44WW (ntu), N44W (ntu),
N444Q
11506 (MSN AF-63) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1156.  To N9483Z.  Intended to civil registry as OO-GDB 
but ntu, sold to France as F-BLHB.  Derelict in France in 1969.
11507 (MSN AF-64) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21109.  To N9975Z, N159L.  Crashed and destroyed in forced
landing off airport due to engine failure on takeoff at Cambridge, MD Aug 7, 1965.
11508 (MSN AF-65) remanufactered by Beedh from AT-7 42-2423.  To MASDC.  to civil registry as N3728G.  
Acquired by Air America Oct 25, 1965 from Appliance Buyers Credit Corp.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by
Apr 8, 1966.  Ferried to Roswell, NM from Tainan Aug 1975 and sold
to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC Oct 1966.  Sold to Ciba-Pilatus
Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GGB later in Oct 1966.
Reported w/o at Ica, Perus Feb 6, 19082, but it was repaired and
sold to Kalitta Flying Service as N8487A May 1987.  Sold to Kitty Hawk 
Charters, Morristown, TN. 16-Jun-1999.  Broken up at Willow Run, Michigan in 2001.
11509 (MSN AF-66) remanufactured by Beedh from AT-7C MSN 6446.  To MASDC.  To civil registry as N2817G.
Current with Western Venture Capital Corp, Tulsa, OK. since 22-Jun-1987
11510 (MSN AF-67) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-49989.  To civil registry as N3330G, XA-PAW, N4996B 
11511 (MSN AF-68) remanufactured brom C-45 F 43-19981 in 1952.  to civil registry as N9887C, N199H 
With Industrial Electric, Columbia, SC. since 21-Nov-1966.  Crashed on takeoff at Columbia, SC Feb 17, 1968.
11512 (MSN AF-69) remanufactured from AT-7C 43-33520.  To civil registry as N7200C.  Crashed and destroyed on
landing, Franklin, PA Sep 18, 1968.
11513 (MSN AF-70) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33515.  To N9967A.  Noted at MASDC Apr 4, 1972.
11514 (MSN AF-71) remanufactered by Beech from C-45F 44-87238.  To civil registry as N72412, F-BLYK
11515 (MSN AF-72) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47398.  To civil registry as N5258V, then HC-ACR.
Crashed Jul 1958.
11516 (MSN AF-73) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87016.  To N9430Z.  Struck ditches during forced landing
off airport due to fuel exhaustion carrying marijuana Steins, NM Jun 2, 1975.  Abandoned by crew.
11517 (MSN AF-74) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87222.  To N9440Z
11518 (MSN AF-75) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47417.  To civil registry as N7212D, N80240 
11519 (MSN AF-76) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35808.  To N9818Z. Crashed after fuel exhaustion during
landing approach Albany, GA Nov 14, 1969
11520 (MSN AF-77) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87185.  To N2898C, TI-1028C, TG-AMM.  Crashed and
destroyed Sayaxche, Guatemala Jan 25, 1975.
11521 (MSN AF-78) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87148.  To N8189H
11522 (MSN AF-79) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86981.  To civil registry as N6122C, N1662C 
To N204A, then N204AA (current with First Charlotte Leasing Company, Charlotte, 
NC. since 03-Jan-1992, flown by Saber Cargo Airlines)
11523 (MSN AF-80) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47087.  To civil registry as N9972Z, then N158L, then 
CF-PCL, N711KP, C-GAIV.  Broken up for parts in 2002.
11524 (MSN AF-81) remanufactured by Beecn from C-45F 44-47265.  To civil registry as N9535Z 
11525 (MSN AF-82) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35816.  To civil registry as N9861Z, I-SARF, 9Q-CMF.
11526 (MSN AF-83) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-25794.  To N5293V.
11527 (MSN AF-84) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47455.  To Peru as FAP 710.  To OB-E-929
11528 (MSN AF-85) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47373.  To Embry Riddle Aeronautical Institute, Daytona
Beech, FL as N72410 in 1963.
11529 (MSN AF-86) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86905.  To MASDC Sep 1960.  to civil registry as 
N9568Z, N807G, N567GP, N272VT, N7826L.  Acquired Jul 2014 by Tri-State Warbird Museum, Batavia, Ohio
11531 (MSN AF-88) converted to TC-45G.  Crashed near Mountain
City, VA Jaun 20, 1957. 
11532 (MSN AF-89) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47296.  To civil registry as N6100C 
11533 (MSN AF-90) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47081.  to civil registry as N9848Z, N341DP
11534 (MSN AF-91) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47078.  To civil registry as N9499Z, N706FY.  Struck
off registry Oct 1983.
11537 (MSN AF-94) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87261.  To civil registry as N9968Z
11538 (MSN AF-95) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F MSN 7859.  TO N9924A, N175HA, N302F.
11539 (MSN AF-96) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47141.  Acquired by Air America Sep 24, 1965 from an 
owner group registered as N5255V. Registered as N77Y for Air America and converted
to Ten-Two Nov 1965.  Sold for scrap to a South Vietnamese compay Oct 5, 1974,
but Air America was unable to get government approval prior to the evacuation
and the aircraft was abandoned Apr 29, 1975 in Saigon.
11540 (MSN AF-97) remanufactured by Beecn from C-45 F 43-35918.  Acquired by Air America and registered as N9573Z 
Oct 8, 1963.  Converted to Ten-Two Feb 1964.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan
Dec 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap Dec 10, 1974. 
11541 (MSN AF-98) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47454.  To N9858Z.  Crashed on takeoff from O'Hare Airport,
Chicago, IL Mar 18, 1971.  
11542 (MSN AF-99) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86906.  To Air America as N9521Z after being converted 
to Ten-Two at Tainan on Jan 31, 1964.  Collided with Army Mohawk 61-2712 and Army U-6A
53-7937 during landing roll at Vunt Tau, SVN Jul 26, 1969, causing injuries
to pilot and to 7 passengers.  Considered not repairable and destroyed
11543 (MSN AF-100) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47468.  To N9063Z, XB-GUC.  Derelict at Mexico City in 1978.
11544 (MSN AF-101) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47231.  To civil registry as N8186H.  Broken up at
Antioch, CA in 1978.
11545 (MSN AF-102) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87214.  To N9969Z, 9O-CQB, 9Q-CQB
11546 (MSN AF-103) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36995.  Became N9344Z, then N6690R.  Derelict with
Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1974.
11548 (MSN AF-105) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-10343.  To civil registry as N9907Z.  Gear collapsed during
landing at El Vado State Park, New Mexico during drug run Jan 10, 1976.  Plane set on fire to destroy evidence.
11549 (MSN AF-106) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11.  To Air America Sep 20, 1963 as N5454V.  Converted to Ten-Two
Nov 1963.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan, Republic of China AF Nov 18, 1969.  Sold for scrap Dec 10, 1974.
11550 (MSN AF-107) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36902
11552 (MSN AF-109) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27665.  To N9528Z.  Crashed and destroyed when struck
trees during air drop of tree seedlings in mountains near Lake City, CO Apr 24, 1967.
11553 (MSN AF-110) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37018.  To civil registry as N5290V, N80478 
11554 (MSN AF-111) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37521.  To N8184H
11555 (MSN AF-112) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9504.  To N6851 D
11556 (MSN AF-113) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36870.  Acquired by Air America Aug 7, 1965 from Aero American Corp
registered as N9855Z.  Stored at Tainan, Republic of China AF .  Sold for scrap Jun 17, 1974
11557 (MSN AF-114) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27438.  To Air America as N137L after being converted to 
Ten-Two at Tainan on Jan 31, 1964.  Damaged at Tra Vinh, SVN Feb 22, 1969 when both
landing gears retracted while on landing rollout.  Destroyed by hostile
action Feb 25, 1969. 
11558 (MSN AF-115) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37692.  To civil registry as N9925Z
11559 (MSN AF-116) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27433.  To N9529Z
11560 (MSN AF-117) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27571.  To civil registry as N9575Z,  F-BLGF 
11561 (MSN AF-118) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9448.  To civil registry as N7496C 
11562 (MSN AF-119) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9449.  To civil registry as N9906Z 
11563 (MSN AF-120) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9508.  To civil registry as N9304Z.  Was at one time N80478.
11564 (MSN AF-121) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9516.  To N9127Z, To CC-CDR.  WFU.  Preserved at Museu Nacional 
de Aeronautica, Santiago, Chile.
11565 (MSN AF-122) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9539.  To N9940Z.
11566 (MSN AF-123) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9566.  To N7201C, N313S, HP-460
11567 (MSN AF-124) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27347.  to civil registry as N9585Z 
11569 (MSN AF-126) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27390.  To N7208C.  Ferried to Israel as 4X-ADQ (painted
as 4X-ADS) Dec 1957, becoming 4X-FPT with Israeli AF.  To US civil registry as N7199C.  Still on USCAR early 2002 
but since long sold to Israel as 4X-ADS.
11570 (MSN AF-127) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27395.  To N9496Z.  Retired and stripped at Long Beach, CA
in 1971.
11571 (MSN AF-128) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27403.  To N5275V, N73Q.  Struck off registry in 1992.
11572 (MSN AF-129) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27405.   To civil registry as N136L 
11573 (MSN AF-130) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27478.  To N8187H, LV-GNM, LQ-GNM, LV-PBF, LV-GNM
11574 (MSN AF-131) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27490.  To civil registry as N7203C, then CF-QIE 
and N63310.  Engine fire during lading, Abeline, Texas May 14, 1983.  Derelict at Mesquite, TX in 1986.
11575 (MSN AF-132) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27509.  To civil registry as N7204C, N600K,
N601K (Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX. sale reported Jun 2002)
11576 (MSN AF-133) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36948.  To civil registry as N3661G, TG-LAA, back to N3661G.
11579 (MSN AF-136) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10344.  To civil registry as N7221C, XB-JOX, XA-CEC. 
11581 (MSN AF-138) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37436.  To civil registry as N9918Z, CF-OHL.  Scrapped in 1974.
11582 (MSN AF-139) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37615.  To civil registry as N72413, F-BLYL.  Broken up for scrap.
11583 (MSN AF-140) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27627.   
11584 (MSN AF-141) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37143.  To civil registry as N9928Z, PP-ABF (TABA).  Derelict
in Brazil by 1978.
11585 (MSN AF-142) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37137.  To N72407
11586 (MSN AF-143) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37055.  To civil registry as N9966Z.  WFU Sep 1973.  
Reported in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, Ohio.
11587 (MSN AF-144) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9562.  To civil registry as N53799, N2848G.  Derelict
at Asuncion, Paraguay by 1972.
11589 (MSN AF-146) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37066.  To civil registry as N9819Z, then N51CN 
11590 (MSN AF-147) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27469.  To civil registry as N7494C, then N5283L 
(with Page Whalen Enterprise, San Martin, CA. since 18-Sep-1978)
11591 (MSN AF-148) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37113.  To civil registry as N7202C 
11592 (MSN AF-149) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37160.  To N8191H.  Crashed with Golden Gate Airways on takeoff
from Travis AFB, CA Oct 18, 1961.  Flew through vortex of Boeing 707.  7 killed.
11593 (MSN AF-150) remanufactured by Beech From AG-11 42-37332.  To civil registry as N2845G, XB-HOB, XA-BUT.
Crashed San Juan Peyota, Nayarit, Mexico Jun 5, 1973.
11594 (MSN AF-151) remanufactured by Beech from AT-1 42-37250.  To civil registry as N9515Z, CF-PCX.  Destroyed by
fire in accident Jun 7, 1976.
11595 (MSN AF-152) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47649.  to civil registry as N9485Z, N445DM 
Was converted to Dumodliner with tricycle undercarriage
11596 (MSN AF-153) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35886.  To civil registry as N9816Z then N3GM.  
Since 1994 has been at Kingman Army Airfield Museum, Arizona.
11597 (MSN AF-154) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35800.  To civil registry as N9476Z, N420RJ, XB-SOP.
Off Mexican civil registry by 1996.
11598 (MSN AF-155) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87224.   To Peruvian AF as FAP 726 in 1960.  To OB-I-826
Direccion de Aviacion Civil, Collique in 1966.
11599 (MSN AF-156) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47291.  Modified to TC-45H in 1957.  To MASDC in 1960.  
To civil registry as N9516Z in 1961.  Struck off registry Mar 1986.
51-13511 ... 51-13603
Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
MSN 880-8295/8387
13526 modified to JF-94C
13556 on display with North Dakota ANG at Fargo, North Dakota
13559 (MSN 880-8343, 27th FIS) crashed Jul 2, 1954 after both crewmembers
ejected after a fire warning light had illuminated.  Aircraft crashed
at Walesville Intersection, NY, killing 4 people on the ground.
This incident is often listed in UFO lore as being brought down
while chasing a UFO.  Supposedly, when the pilot tried to close
in on the target, a sudden, unbearable heat filled the cockpit,
forcing the crew to bail out.  The F-94 was on a routine training
mission when GCI requested the plane intercept an unknown
aircraft.  The pilot identified it as a C-47 and was then requested
to check out a second unidentified aircraft (later described
as an unidentified weather balloon).  When the pilot started
a descent, he noted an increase in cockpit temperature and noted
the fire warning light, the engine was shut down and both
crewmembers ejected successfully.
13560 at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis, MN.
13563 on display with Minnesota ANG at St Paul, Minnesota
13570 on display outside Ironworld Discovery Center, Chisholm, MN.
13575 was with New England Air Museum, but transferred Aug 2010 to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.
Currently undergoing restoration.  
51-13604 ... 51-13604
Lockheed YF-94D-1-LO Starfire
Model 980-75-14.  Single-seater, cancelled when 3/4 completed.
51-13605 ... 51-13716
Cancelled contract for Lockheed F-94D-1-LO Starfire, Model 980-75-14
73-0707 ... 73-0718
General Dynamics F-111F
MSN E2-83/94 (F-83/F-94).  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0707 in El Dorado Canyon.  To AMARC as FV0256 Jan 9, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Mar 17, 2011 and scrapped.
0708 to AMARC as FV0297 Jul 23, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
Jun 1, 2010 and scrapped.
0709 crashed Apr 21, 1977, NAS China Lake
0710 to AMARC as FV0293 Jul 6, 1996.  Held as spare for RAAF F-111s until they were all scrapped.
Sold to HVF West, Tucson, AXZ Feb 22, 2013 and scrapped.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 2013 and scrapped.
0711 to AMARC as FV0302 Sep 5, 1996.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Feb 28, 2001 and scrapped.
0712 to AMARC as FV0259 Jan 11, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
Dec 14, 2012 and scrapped.
0713 to AMARC as FV0229 Nov 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
Sep 1, 2010 and scrapped.
0714 (48th TFW) suffered midair collision with 70-2367 and crashed 
off Scottish coast April 20, 1979 while on training mission
over Durnoch Firth's Tain bombing range.  Both crews escaped
in the ejection modules and were rescued.
0715 crashed Dec 12(13) 1979 at Lakenheath
UK.  To AMARC Apr 22, 1980.  Rebuilt.
To AMARC as FV0215 Oct 18, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
Nov 23, 2010 and scrapped.
0716 (48th TFW) crashed Nov 1, 1982, Incirlik, Turkey.  Crew survived.
0717 (48th TFW, 495th TFS) crashed on approach to Lakenheath, UK Mar 29, 1978. Both crew killed.
0718  (48th TFW, 495th TFS) crashed near Landau, West Germany Oct 4, 1977. Both crew killed.

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