USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: Globemaster
Data last updated: Sun Jan 19 19:26:54 2014
42-65402 ... 42-65451
Douglas C-74 Globemaster I
Only 65402/65415 (c/n 13913/13926) built.  65416/65451 (c/n 13927/13962) cancelled at V/J Day.
65402 (c/n 13913) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
65403 (c/n 13914) crashed on training flight Aug 5, 1946.  Crew killed
65404 (c/n 13915) to N3182G, to Aeronaves de Panama as HP-385.  This
was probably a CIA-backed airline. Crashed near Marseilles, France Oct 9, 1963.  6 killed.
65405 (c/n 13916) to CL-26 at Wright Field Jul 24, 1946.  Underwent static
tests to destruction.
65406 (c/n 13917) converted to YC-124 in 1949, and reserialed CA406 during testing.  Reverted back
to 42-65406.  Fitted with R-4360-49 engines with 4-bladed props.  Retrofitted with radome and
wing heaters before being turned over to USAF for active service.  It was displayed at Wright Field as 
42-65406 c/n 13917 and was eventually scrapped after being used for fire-fighting training practice. When the museum moved 
to Wright-Patterson it was too large to move and was donated to the fire department. It is the only C-124 fitted with Curtiss 
Electric four-blade props which was a carry over from the C-74.  Was never reserialled 48-745
65407 (c/n 13918) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB 1965
65408 (c/n 13919) to N8199H Mar 24, 1959 when owned by Akros
Dynamic.  Was flown to Cuba in an attempt to sell it to the
new Castro government, to Aeronaves de Panama as HP-367 
(probably a CIA-backed airline).  Abandoned after the airline
went out of business in 1963.  Dismantled at Milan, Italy
Aug 1972
65409 (c/n 13920) to N3181G in 1956, then to Aeronaves de 
Panama as HP-379 (probably a CIA-backed airlne).  Appeared
in the Michael Caine movie "The Italian Job".  Abandoned
at Milan, Italy in 1969.  Later moved to Turin airport where
it caught fire while on public display Jun 11, 1970 and
again on Sep 24, 1970, this time killing two salvage workers.
65410 (c/n 13921) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
65411 (c/n 13922) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
65412 (c/n 13923) to N3183G.  Dismantled at Long Beach,CA in 1964
65413 (c/n 13924) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
65414 (c/n 13925) was the only C-74 used during Berlin airlift.  It flew a total of 25 flights and
carried 446 tons of supplies.  Scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in
1965.
65415 (c/n 13296) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
48-795 ... 48-795
Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
c/n 43160.   Built from scratch (was not converted from C-74 42-65406).  Never fitted with radome.  Had 
R-4360-35 engines and Hamilton Standard 3 blade props.  
49-232 ... 49-259
Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
c/n 43161/43188
232 (c/n 43161) crashed near New Lisbon, IN May 23, 1951.  7 of 12 onboard killed.  Made
emergency landing in a cornfield and caught fire and burned.
233 (c/n 43162) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
234 (c/n 43163) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
235 (c/n 43164) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
236 (c/n 43165) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ0336 Feb 13, 1967 
237 (c/n 43166) damaged in landing accident Feb 7, 1951 at Rapid City AB, South Dakota.
238 (c/n 43167) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
239 (c/n 43168) developed engine problems after takeoff from
Richards-Begaur AFB, MO and crashed on attempt to return.
All 7 onboard killed.  (ASN)
240 (c/n 43169) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
241 (c/n 43170) to MASDC Feb 13, 1967
242 (c/n 43171) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
243 (c/n 43172) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 3, 1970 as CQ145
244 (c/n 43173, 2nd Strategic Support Squadron) exploded in flight over North Atlantic near Ireland
Mar 22/23, 1951.  53 killed, including Gen Paul Cullen and his command staff.  Newspapers at the time
claim that the plane actually managed to ditch intact and all persons egressed safely.  A B-29 that found them and
circled the scene saw rafts and got signals from the rescue radios that all were safe.  However, when rescuers
reached the scene 19 hours later, there were no survivors and all that could be recovered was a burned 
briefcase and a partially deflated life raft.  Intelligence released in the decades that followed suggests
there was some serious Soviet submarine activity in that area and speculated the Cullen and the other survivors
were captured and taken to the Soviet Union for questioning.  The disappearance of the survivors remains a 
great mystery of the Cold War
245 (c/n 43174) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1969
246 (c/n 43175) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 10, 1969 as CQ012
247 (c/n 43176) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jun 23, 1971 as CQ193
248 (c/n 43177) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1969
249 (c/n 41378) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 28, 1969
250 (c/n 43179) damaged Jun 2, 1851 in takeoff accident at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.  Converted to C-124C.
To MASDC Jul 30, 1969.
252 (c/n 43181) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ113 Nov 14, 1969
253 (c/n 43182) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1969
254 (c/n 43183) crashed on takeoff at Shreveport-Barksdale AFB, LA
Jul 6, 1959.  The plane was on a nuclear logistics movement
mission, and one weapon was destroyed, causing slight
contamination.
255 (c/n 43184) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ142 Jan 8, 1970.
256 (c/n 43185) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 13, 1969.
257 (c/n 43186) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ091 Jun 17, 1969
258 (c/n 43187) was at Offutt AFB, NB but moved to Dover AFB, DE.  
Now under restoration at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE
259 (c/n 43188) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1969
50-083 ... 50-118
Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
c/n 43221/43256.  Survivors converted to C-124C from 1953 onwards.
083 (c/n 43221) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1969
084 (c/n 43222) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
085 (c/n 43223) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 6, 1969
086 (c/n 43224) converted to C-124C.  stalled and crashed during go-around at Whiteman AFB, MO
Jun 24, 1967.
087 (c/n 43225) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ120 Nov 24, 1969
088 (c/n 43226) made forced landing on ice of cook Inlet during flight from 
Elmendorf AFB to McChord AFB after engine caught fire Jan 27, 1957.
089 (c/n 43227) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 13, 1969
090 (c/n 43228) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ059 May 8, 1969
091 (c/n 43229) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 6, 1969
092 (c/n 43230) damaged in landing accident at Lages Field, Azores Sep 15, 1951.
093 (c/n 43231) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 22, 1969
094 (c/n 43232) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1969
095 (c/n 43233) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 19, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
096 (c/n 43234) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1969
097 (c/n 43235) crashed on takeoff at Kirtland AFB Sept 6, 1955
due to strong crosswind.  69 on board, one killed.
098 (c/n 43236) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1969
099 (c/n 43237) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ191 Jun 15, 1971
100 (c/n 43238) crashed on takeoff at Larson AFB, WA Dec 20, 1952.  125 on
board, 28 survivors. 
101 (c/n 43239) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 5, 1969
102 (c/n 43240) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 28, 1969
103 (c/n 43241) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 14, 1969
104 (c/n 43242) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 22, 1971
105 (c/n 43243) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 14, 1969
106 (c/n 43244) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ090 Jun 11, 1969
107 (c/n 43245) crashed Jul 4, 1958 200 mi NW of Johnston Island due to engine
failure.  A propeller blade broke away and struck the aileron,
causing severe control problems. 4 of 7 onboard killed.
108 (c/n 43246) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 28, 1969
109 (c/n 43247) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ118 Nov 20, 1969.  Declared
excess Jan 21, 1970
110 (c/n 43248) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 22, 1969
111 (c/n 43249) crashed near Homer, Alaska after failure of two engines Jan 11, 1959
112 (c/n 43250) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ085 Jun 5, 1969
113 (c/n 43251) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 22, 1969
114 (c/n 43252) DBR at Homer Airport, AK Aug 27, 1964.
115 (c/n 43253) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 26, 1969
116 (c/n 43254) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 26, 1969
117 (c/n 43255) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 19, 1971
118 (c/n 43265) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 29, 1969  
50-1255 ... 50-1268
Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
c/n 43277/43290.  All converted to C-124C
1255 (c/n 43277) to MASDC Apr 10, 1969
1256 (c/n 43278) to MASDC as CQ092 Jun 21, 1969
1257 (c/n 43279) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969
1258 (c/n 43280) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
1259 (c/n 43281) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
1260 (c/n 43282) in midair collision with VC-47D 45-0926 Apr 4, 1952 near Mobile Brookley AB, Alabama.
1261 (c/n 43283) to MASDC Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
1262 (c/n 43284) to MASDC May 14, 1969
1263 (c/n 43285) to MASDC as CQ115 Nov 18, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
1264 (c/n 43286) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
1265 (c/n 43287) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969.  
1266 (c/n 43288) to MASDC May 29, 1969
1267 (c/n 43289) to MASDC Aug 5, 1969
1268 (c/n 43290) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
51-072 ... 51-072
Douglas YC-124B-DL Globemaster II
c/n 43406.  Ordered as YKC-124B.  Broken up at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL.
Fuselage used for munitions loading and transport training.
51-073 ... 51-182
Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
c/n 43407/43516
073/078,080/106,108/113,115/136,
138/140,142/145,148,150/155,157/161,
166/173,175/182 converted to C-124C
073 (c/n 43407) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ282 Jay 8, 1972
074 (c/n 43408) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1969.  Declared
excess Jan 21, 1970
075 (c/n 43409) w/o Oct 1, 1974 in ground accident at Elmendorf AFB, AK
076 (c/n 43410) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess 
Jan 21, 1970
077 (c/n 43411) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ289 May 26, 1972.
Returned to service Feb 29, 1973.  Back to MASDC as
CQ342 Jul 11, 1974
078 (c/n 43412) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1969.  Declared excess
Jan 21, 1970
080 (c/n 43414) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ212 Oct 27, 1971.
081 (c/n 43415) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ197 Jun 23, 1971.
082 (c/n 43416) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ228 Dec 29, 1971
083 (c/n 43417) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1971.
085 (c/n 43419) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ279 Apr 25, 1972.
086 (c/n 43420) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess
Jan 21, 1970
087 (c/n 43421) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ288 May 26, 1972
088 (c/n 43422) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ183 Apr 27, 1971
089 (c/n 43423) at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB.
090 (c/n 43424) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1971.
091 (c/n 43425) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as C0184 May 3, 1971
092 (c/n 43426) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ127 Dec 7, 1969.
Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
093 (c/n 43427) converted to C-124C.  to MASDC Aug 23, 1971
094 (c/n 43428) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 26, 1971
095 (c/n 43429) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ146 Oct 1, 1970
096 (c/n 43430) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970
097 (c/n 43431) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1970
098 (c/n 43432) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ239 Feb 10, 1972
099 (c/n 43433) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ198 Aug 9, 1971
100 (c/n 43434) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ185 May 10, 1971.
101 (c/n 43435) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
102 (c/n 43436) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ272 Apr 18, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
103 (c/n 43437) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1972.
104 (c/n 43438) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ219 Dec 9, 1971.
105 (c/n 43439) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ291 Jun 6, 1972. Declared excess May 16, 1973
106 (c/n 43440) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
107 (c/n 43441) crashed on Mt. Gannet near Anchorage, AK Nov 22, 1952 on flight from McChord AFB, 
Washington. 52 killed.  Wreckage was spotted soon after the heavy transport plane vanished, but 
it became buried in snow and likely churned beneath the surface of the glacier for decades.  
The Alaska National Guard discovered the wreckage and possibly bones June 10, 2012 on Colony Glacier. 
108 (c/n 43442) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 19, 1969.  Declared
excess Jan 21, 1970.
109 (c/n 43443) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1971
110 (c/n 43444) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC as CQ265 Apr 4, 1972.
111 (c/n 43445) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Oct 4, 1971
112 (c/n 43446) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1971.
113 (c/n 43447) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ169 Apr 6, 1971
114 (c/n 43448) assigned to the 1503rd Air Transport Wing in Tachikawa AFB, Japan. The plane had received overhaul at the 
Douglas plant in Long Beach, CA. It was returning to the Tachikawa AB in Japan when it took off from Travis 
AFB on June 3, 1958. At a height of 1000 feet the port wing suddenly dipped, and the aircraft fell into a 
steep turn, hitting the ground about a half mile from the end of the runway, north of Highway 12. 
Six of eight on board killed.
115 (c/n 43449) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
116 (c/n 43450) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ125 Dec 2, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
118 (c/n 42452) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ204 Sep 28, 1971.
119 (c/n 43453) in pieces in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Had been
damaged in Bradley Air Museum tornado.
120 (c/n 43454) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ114 Nov 17, 1969.
Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
121 (c/n 43455) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1971.
122 (c/n 43456) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ159 Mar 23, 1971.
123 (c/n 43457) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Apr 22, 1971
124 (c/n 43458) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ149 Dec 14, 1970
126 (c/n 43460) converted to C-124C.  Scrapped at the Tri-City Airport in Freeland, Michigan in the 
mid-1970's.  It had flown in there in 1970 for a static display with the "Mid-Michigan Air Museum" 
but the aircraft there were abandoned when the museum failed to make any money.  This plane had 
been damaged by a windstorm and lost its rudder and so it was scrapped on the spot.
127 (c/n 43461) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969.
128 (c/n 43462) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1972
129 (c/n 43463) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ230 Jan 11, 1972
130 (c/n 43464) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ280 Apr 25, 1972.
Declared excess May 16, 1973.
131 (c/n 43465) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ155 Jan 20, 1971
132 (c/n 43466) DBR Sep 8, 1972.
133 (c/n 43467) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1971
134 (c/n 43468) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1971.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
135 (c/n 43469) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ229 Jan 7, 1972.
136 (c/n 43470) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ190 Jun 10, 1971.
137 (c/n 43471) crashed Jun 18, 1953, Kodaira, Japan, just after takeoff from Tachikawa, Japan, killing all 
129 onboard.  Cause blamed on improper use of flaps during engine failure, causing loss of airspeed.  
This was the deadliest recorded aviation accident up to that time.
138 (c/n 43472) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ160 Mar 25, 1971 
140 (c/n 43474) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ195 Jul 12, 1971
141 (c/n 43475) crashed on re-approach to Kimpo AB, South Korea Feb 22, 1957.  158 on board, 22 killed.
142 (c/n 43476) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 23, 1971.
143 (c/n 43477) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
144 (c/n 43478) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ148 Nov 12, 1970
145 (c/n 43479) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC Apr 13, 1971
147 (c/n 43481) crashed into mountain May 24, 1962 while
on training mission out of Tachikawa AB, Japan.
All 7 aboard killed.
148 (c/n 43482) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971
149 (c/n 43483) crashed Iwo Jima Nov 20, 1955.
150 (c/n 43484) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jan 19, 1972
151 (c/n 43485) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ253 Feb 29, 1972
152 (c/n 43486) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ283 May 8, 1972.
Declared excess May 16, 1973.
153 (c/n 43487) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1972.
154 (c/n 43488) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ251 Feb 25, 1972
155 (c/n 43489) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 29, 1969
156 (c/n 43490) crashed on landing at San Salvador Is Auxiliary AFB 
Aug 15, 1956.  1 killed, 11 injured.
157 (c/n 43491) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 22, 1971
158 (c/n 43492) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1969
159 (c/n 43493) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ094 Jun 25, 1969
160 (c/n 43494) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ213 Nov 1, 1971.
161 (c/n 43495) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ258 Mar 17, 1972.
162 (c/n 43496) crashed at Augusta-Bush Field, GA and DBR.
163 (c/n 43497) converted to C-124C.  TO MASDC as CQ131 Dec 9, 1969.
Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
164 (c/n 43498) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1969.  Declared
excess Jan 21, 1970.
165 (c/n 43499) crashed while landing at Tinker AFB, OK
Sep 17, 1958.  1 of 8 occupants killed.
166 (c/n 43500) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971
167 (c/n 43501) DBR at March AFB Jun 6, 1971.
168 (c/n 43502) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1971.
169 (c/n 43503) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ164 Mar 30, 1971
170 (c/n 43504) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ199 Aug 19, 1971.
171 (c/n 43505) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ235 Jan 26, 1972
172 (c/n 43506) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ275 Apr 20, 1972
173 (c/n 43507) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972
174 (c/n 43508) crashed on takeoff from Tacoma-McChord AFB, WA May 24, 1961.
All 22 onboard killed.
175 (c/n 43509) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ308 Aug 17, 1972.  Returned
to service Oct 6, 1972.  Back to MASDC as CQ333 Jun 25, 1973.
Declared excess Dec 19, 1973.
176 (c/n 43510) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 19, 1971
177 (c/n 43511) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ306 Aug 8, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
178 (c/n 43512) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ236 Jan 27, 1972
179 (c/n 43513) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ262 Mar 27, 1972.  Transferred to another agency May 29, 1972
180 (c/n 43514) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ224 Dec 17, 1971.
181 (c/n 43515) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ261 Mar 24, 1972.
182 (c/n 43516) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ274 Apr 20, 1972.  Transferred o another agency Jan 21, 1970
51-5173 ... 51-5187
Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
c/n 43583/43597
5174,5175,5177/5182,5184/5187 to C-124C
5173 (c/n 43583) crashed while landing at Binghamton Apt, NY Sep 4, 1957.
5174 (c/n 43584) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ112 Nov 12, 1969
5175 (c/n 43585) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1969
5176 (c/n 43586) crashed in northern Canada in 1957
5177 (c/n 43587) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ051 May 2, 1969
5178 (c/n 43588) crashed 50 mi NW of Recife, Brazil Jul 28, 1968.  10 killed.
Flew into hill during descent.
5179 (c/n 43589) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ052 Mar 4, 1969
5180 (c/n 43590) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ257 Mar 13, 1972
5181 (c/n 43591) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1971
5182 (c/n 43592) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1971
5183 (c/n 43593) crashed at Enewetak Island Apt, Marshall Islands Jun 16, 1956
while landing.
5184 (c/n 43594) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1971
5185 (c/n 43595) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ263 Mar 29, 1972
5186 (c/n 43596) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 12, 1969
5187 (c/n 43597) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ255 Mar 3, 1972.
51-5188 ... 51-5213
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
c/n 43598/43623
5188 (c/n 43598) to MASDC as CQ328 Feb 14, 1973
5189 (c/n 43599) to MASDC as CQ240 Feb 15, 1972
5190 (c/n 43600) to MASDC Jun 28, 1969
5191 (c/n 43601) to MASDC Apr 15, 1969.  To civil registry as N9262A
5192 (c/n 43602) to MASDC Jul 1, 1969
5193 (c/n 43603) to MASDC as CQ175 Apr 15, 1971
5194 (c/n 43604) to MASDC as CQ267 Apr 5, 1972
5195 (c/n 43605) to MASDC as CQ276 Apr 21, 1972
5196 (c/n 43606) to MASDC Apr 16, 1969
5197 (c/n 43607) to MASDC Apr 8, 1969
5198 (c/n 43608) DBR in ground accident at Hickam AFB, HI
Mar 6, 1968.
5199 (c/n 43609) to MASDC Nov 10, 1969. Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
5200 (c/n 43610) to MASDC as CQ016 Apr 7, 1969
5201 (c/n 43611) crashed on takeoff from Incirlik, Turkey Mar 31, 1959
5202 (c/n 43612) to MASDC to MASDC as CQ209 Oct 13, 1971
5203 (c/n 43613) to MASDC Apr 10, 1969
5205 (c/n 43615) to MASDC as CQ234 Jan 25, 1972
5206 (c/n 43616) to MASDC as CQ252 Feb 28, 1972
5207 to MASDC Apr 4, 1969
5208 to MASDC as CQ025 Apr 12, 1969
5209 to MASDC as CQ260 Mar 23, 1972
5210 (c/n 43620) DBR at Campbell AAF, KY Jul 2, 1954.
5211 to MASDC Apr 13, 1971
5212 to MASDC as CQ105 Apr 5, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
5213 to MASDC Jan 23, 1969
51-7272 ... 51-7285
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
c/n 43724/43737
7272 DBR Jun 25, 1954.
7273 to MASDC Feb 16, 1972
7275 to MASDC as CQ013 Apr 3, 1969
7276 to MASDC as CQ126 Dec 4, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
7277 to MASDC Apr 28, 1969
7278 to MASDC Apr 18, 1969
7279 to MASDC Apr 9, 1969
7280 to MASDC as CQ024 Apr 11, 1969
7281 to MASDC Apr 8, 1971
7282 to MASDC Apr 15, 1969
7283 to MASDC Apr 23, 1969
7284 to MASDC as CQ176 Apr 16, 1971
7285 to MASDC as CQ165 Mar 31, 1971
52-939 ... 52-1089
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
c/n 43848/43998
939 (c/n 43848) to MASDC Feb 24, 1972
940 (c/n 43849) to MASDC as CQ233 Jan 24, 1972
941 (c/n 43850) to MASDC Feb 24, 1972
942 (c/n 43851) to MASDC as CQ121 Nov 25, 1969
943 (c/n 43852) on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
944 (c/n 43853) to MASDC as CQ331 Mar 28, 1973
945 (c/n 43854) to MASDC as CQ309 Aug 22, 1972
946 (c/n 43855) to MASDC Sep 9, 1969
947 (c/n 43856) to MASDC as CQ307 Aug 15, 1972.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.  on display in South Korea?
948 (c/n 43857) to MASDC as CQ330 Mar 7, 1973.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
949 (c/n 43858) to MASDC as CQ273 Apr 19, 1972
951 (c/n 43860) in ground accident at Hill AFB, UT Sep 11, 1969
952 (c/n 43861) to MASDC as CQ302 Jul 24, 1972
953 (c/n 43862) to MASDC as CQ157 Feb 17, 1971
954 (c/n 43863) to MASDC Apr 19, 1971.
955 (c/n 43864) to MASDC as CQ026 Apr 14, 1969
956 (c/n 43865) to MASDC as CQ325 Dec 17, 1972
957 (c/n 43866) to MASDC as CQ255 to MASDC Dec 10, 1971
958 (c/n 43867) to MASDC Apr 16, 1969
959 (c/n 43868) to MASDC Apr 9, 1969
960 (c/n 43869) to MASDC Apr 21, 1969
961 (c/n 43870) to MASDC Apr 21, 1969
962 (c/n 43871) to MASDC Jan 23, 1969
963 (c/n 43872) to MASDC as CQ104 Nov 4, 1969
964 (c/n 43873) to MASDC as CQ266 Apr 5, 1972
965 (c/n 43874) to MASDC as CQ256 Mar 8, 1972.
966 (c/n 43875) to MASDC Feb 16, 1972.
967 (c/n 43876) to MASDC as CQ332 Mar 29, 1973.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
968 (c/n 43877, 28th ATS) missing over Pacific Jan 2, 1964.  8 crew missing.  Never found.
969 (c/n 43878) crashed Jan 8, 1961 at Spangdahlem AB, Germany.  No one was killed.
970 (c/n 43879) to MASDC May 19, 1971
971 (c/n 43880) to MASDC as CQ329 Mar 6, 1973.  Declared excess May 16, 1973.
972 (c/n 43881) to MASDC as CQ069 May 16, 1969
973 (c/n 43882) to MASDC Sep 1, 1971.
974 (c/n 43883) to MASDC May 13, 1969
975 (c/n 43884) to MASDC as CQ321 Oct 30, 1972.
976 (c/n 43885) to MASDC as CQ310 Sep 15, 1972
977 (c/n 43886) to MASDC Apr 4, 1969
978 (c/n 43887) to MASDC Jan 7, 1971
979 (c/n 43888) to MASDC as CQ323 Nov 20, 1972.
980 (c/n 43889) crashed in Sierra Nevada mountains near Mulhacen peak,
Spain Feb 12, 1966.  8 killed 
981 (c/n 43890) collided with C-119C 49-0195 Mar 27, 1958.  15 killed.
982 (c/n 43891) damaged in landing at McMurdo, Antarctica Oct 21, 1956.  To MASDC as CQ147 Oct 13, 1970
983 (c/n 43892) damaged on landing at McMurdo, Antarctica Nov 28, 1956.  To MASDC as CQ108 Oct 8, 1971.
984 (c/n 43893) to MASDC Apr 1, 1971.
985 (c/n 43894) to MASDC May 19, 1971.
986 (c/n 43895) to MASDC Apr 8, 1971
987 (c/n 43896) to MASDC Jan 7, 1971
988 (c/n 43897) to MASDC Apr 9, 1969
989 (c/n 43898) to MASDC Apr 23, 1969
990 (c/n 43899) to MASDC as CQ254 Feb 29, 1972. 
991 (c/n 43900) crashed during landing at Iqaluit-Frobisher Bay Apt, 
Newfoundland, Canada Apr 27, 1955.
992 (c/n 43901) to MASDC as CQ324 Nov 20, 1972
993 (c/n 43902) crashed at Recife, Brazil Jun 19, 1960.  I have a reference
which indicates that this crash might have been in Suriname.  From Aviation Safety Network: Written off 
(damaged beyond repair) 4,5 km (2.8 mls) W of Paramaribo-Zanderij International Airport (PBM), Suriname. The aircraft flew into 
trees while on final approach in poor weather. The airplane was approaching Paramaribo (PBM) in Suriname for a refueling stop on 
its way to Recife, Brazil.
994 (c/n 43903) had been N86599 with Detroit Institute of Aeronautics before being flown to McChord, 
where it arrived (under its own steam!) Oct 9, 1986 - believed the last ever flight of a C-124
Now at McChord Air Museum, WA.
995 (c/n 43904) crashed 6 mi from Ankara-Esenboga, Turkey during approach
in poor weather Nov 28, 1957.  3 of 6 onboard killed.
996 (c/n 43905) to MASDC as CQ317 Oct 11, 1972
997 (c/n 43906) to MASDC as CQ316 Sep 28, 1972
998 (c/n 43907) assigned to 9th TCS/1607th ATW based at Dover AFB, DE.  To MASDC as CQ318 Oct 11, 1972.
999 (c/n 43908) to MASDC as CQ311 Sep 26, 1972.
1000 (c/n 43909) on display at Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum, Travis AFB, CA.
1001 (c/n 43910) to MASDC Oct 19, 1971
1002 (c/n 43911) with 9th TCS/1607th ATW, based at Dover AFB, Del in 1953.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972.
1003 (c/n 43912) to MASDC as CQ313 Sep 27, 1972.
1004 (c/n 43913) to MASDC as CQ334 Aug 13, 1973.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
1005 (c/n 43914) crashed into tree orchard while carrying out touch-and-goes
at Palm Beach AFB, FL.
1006 (c/n 43915) to MASDC May 5, 1969
1007 (c/n 43916) to MASDC Feb 17, 1972
1008 (c/n 43917) broke up in severe thunderstorm over western Oklahoma
May 9, 1964.  All aboard killed.
1009 (c/n 43918) to MASDC as CQ073 May 24, 1969
1010 (c/n 43919) to MASDC as CQ150 Dec 18, 1970
1011 (c/n 43920) to MASDC as CQ320 Oc5 12, 1972.
1012 (c/n 43921) DBR in Philippines Aug 7, 1967.
1013 (c/n 43922) to MASDC Dec 1, 1969
1014 (c/n 43923) to MASDC as CQ237 Feb 1, 1972
1015 (c/n 43924, *State of Oregon*) crashed on landing at McMurdo, Antarctica Nov 29, 1956.  Parts
used in repair of 52-0982 and 52-0983.  Remainder used as storage shed.
1016 (c/n 43925) crashlanded on a ranch 5 mi SE of Killeen, TX due to engine trouble May 29, 1955.  
All 10 crew OK.  Plane was repaired and flown out Aug 1955.  To MASDC Dec 16, 1971.
1017 (c/n 43926) crashed Cape Roget, Antarctica Oct 15, 1958.  6 killed, 7 survived.
1018 (c/n 43927) DBR at Bergstrom AFB, TX Aug 30, 1968.
1019 (c/n 43928) to MASDC as CQ335 Aug 27, 1973.  Declared excess Dec 19, 1973.
1020 (c/n 43929) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970.
1021 (c/n 43930) crashed near El Paso-Biggs AAF, TX Aug 31, 1957.  Struck
ground on final approach in bad weather.  5 of 15 onboard killed.
1022 (c/n 43931) to MASDC as CQ281 Apr 26, 1972.
1024 (c/n 43933) to MASDC as CQ332 Nov 1, 1972.
1025 (c/n 43934) to MASDC as CQ300 Jul 24, 1972
1026 (c/n 43935) to MASDC as CQ294 Jun 21, 1972
1027 (c/n 43936) destroyed on ground by hangar fire at McChord AFB, WA
Jan 15, 1957.
1028 (c/n 43937) to MASDC Jul 11, 1974 as CQ341.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
1029 (c/n 43938) to MASDC Jul 24, 1974 as CQ338.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
1030 (c/n 43939) to MASDC Aug 3, 1972 as CQ304
1031 (c/n 43940) to MASDC May 28, 1969 
1032 (c/n 43941) to MASDC Jul 17, 1974 as CQ345.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
1033 (c/n 43942) to MASDC Jun 6, 1972 as CQ290
1034 (c/n 43943) to MASDC Sep 28, 1972 as CQ315
1035 (c/n 43944) to MASDC Dec 17, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
1036 (c/n 43945) To MASDC as CQ293 Jun 16, 1972.
1038 (c/n 43947) to MASDC Aug 13, 1974 as CQ360.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
1039 (c/n 43948) to MASDC Jul 17, 1974 as CQ352.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
1040 (c/n 43949) broken up at Salt Lake City, UT 1969 or 1970.
1041 (c/n 43950) to MASDC Nov 10, 1971 as CQ217
1042 (c/n 43951) to MASDC Jul 3, 1974 as CQ340,  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
1043 (c/n 43952) to MASDC Apr 3, 1972 as CQ264
1044 (c/n 43953) to MASDC Jul 23, 1974 as CQ356
1045 (c/n 43954) to MASDC Feb 8, 1972 as CQ238
1046 (c/n 43955) to MASDC Feb 22, 1972 as CQ246
1047 (c/n 43956) to MASDC as CQ0297 Jul 10, 1972
1049 (c/n 43958) crashed into side of Pavolf Volcano, Alaska Aug 26, 1970.
All 7 onboard killed.
1050 (c/n 43959) to MASDC May 12, 1969
1051 (c/n 43960) to MASDC May 1, 1969 as CQ050
1052 (c/n 43961) w/o Sep 12, 1954 near Thule, Greenland
1053 (c/n 43962) to MASDC Apr 10, 1972 as CQ269
1054 (c/n 43963) to MASDC Jun 22, 1971 as CQ192
1055 (c/n 43964) crashed 40 mi From Zanderij IAP, Surinam May 3, 1972 when
flew into a hill.  8 onboard killed.
1056 (c/n 43965) to MASDC May 9, 1969 as CQ060
1057 (c/n 43966) to MASDC Jul 22, 1974 as CQ354. Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
1058 (c/n 43967) crashed into mountain in Greece Jan 22, 1965 on flight from Italy to Athens.
1059 (c/n 43968) to MASDC as CQ301 Jul 23, 1972.
1060 (c/n 43969) to MASDC Jul 11, 1974 as CQ343
1061 (c/n 43970) damaged Jun 3, 1955 at Erie, Pennsylvania.  To MASDC as CQ312 Sep 26, 1972  
1062 (c/n 43971) crashed Apr 18, 1960 at Stephenville, Harmon AB, Newfoundland, Canada.  Failed to climb after
takeoff and collided with a 450-foot hill.  All 9 aboard killed.
1063 (c/n 43972) to MASDC Apr 28, 1969
1064 (c/n 43973) damaged in ground accident at Burtonwood, UK Dec 6, 1954.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1969
1065 (c/n 43974) to MASDC Jul 16, 1974 as CQ348
1066 (c/n 43975) to MASDC as CQ362 Sep 19, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974. Put on display at WPAFB Museum, 
marked as 51-0135
1067 (c/n 43976) to MASDC Jun 23, 1974 as CQ337
1068 (c/n 43977) to MASDC May 5, 1969 
1069 (c/n 43978) converted to JC-124C for use as turboprop testbed, with 5th engine installed
in the nose.
1070 (c/n 43979) to MASDC Apr 21, 1979
1071 (c/n 43980) to MASDC Jun 23, 1969 as CQ093
1072 (c/n 43981) on display at Charleston AFB, SC 
1073 (c/n 43982) to MASDC May 15, 1971 as CQ186
1074 (c/n 43983) to MASDC Aug 14, 1974 as CQ361.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
1075 (c/n 43984) crashed near Cordova, MD Mar 24, 1965 during training
mission from Dover AFB, DE.  6 onboard killed.
1076 (c/n 43985) to MASDC as CQ353 Jul 17, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
1077 (c/n 43986) to MASDC Oct 11, 1972 as CQ319
1078 (c/n 43987) crashed after takeoff from Travis AFB, CA Apr 7, 1956.  3 of 7 aboard killed.  To MASDC as CQ215
Nov 8, 1971.
1079 (c/n 43988) to MASDC May 18, 1972 as CQ286
1080 (c/n 43989) to MASDC May 7, 1969 as CQ058
1081 (c/n 43990) crashed near Guam due to inflight fire Sept 2, 1958.  19 killed.
1082 (c/n 43991) to MASDC Nov 5, 1971 as CQ214 
1083 (c/n 43992) to MASDC May 12, 1972 as CQ285
1084 (c/n 43993) to MASDC Jul 17, 1974 as CQ350.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
1085 (c/n 43994) to MASDC Feb 7, 1970 as CQ144
1086 (c/n 43995) to MASDC Aug 27, 1974 as CQ362.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
1088 (c/n 43997) DBR May 15, 1955.
1089 (c/n 43998) to MASDC as CQ314 Sep 27, 1972
52-1090 ... 52-1090
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
c/n 43999.  Contract cancelled.
53-001 ... 53-052
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
c/n 44296/44347
001 (c/n 44296) to MASDC as CQ358 Jul 23, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
002 (c/n 44297) to MASDC as CQ292 Jul 7, 1972.
003 (c/n 44298) to MASDC as CQ347 Jul 17, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
004 (c/n 44299) to MASDC as CQ298 Jul 21, 1972
005 (c/n 44300) to MASDC as CQ305 Apr 27, 1972.
006 (c/n 44301) to MASDC as CQ344 Jul 11, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
007 (c/n 44302) to MASDC as CQ277 Apr 21, 1972
008 (c/n 44303) to MASDC as CQ349 Jul 16, 1974.
009 (c/n 44304) to MASDC as CQ357 Jul 23, 1974
010 (c/n 44305) caught fire on ground at Wright Patterson AFB, OH
Oct 11, 1965 and burned out. 
011 (c/n 44306) to MASDC as CQ278 Apr 21, 1972.
012 (c/n 44307) to MASDC as CQ011 Feb 27, 1969
013 (c/n 44308) to MASDC as CQ194 Jul 7, 1971
014 (c/n 44309) to MASDC as ??? May 19, 1971
015 (c/n 44310) to MASDC as CQ158 Mar 8, 1971
016 (c/n 44311) to MASDC as CQ220 Dec 15, 1971
017 (c/n 44312) to MASDC as CQ156 Feb 3, 1971
018 (c/n 44313) to MASDC as CQ271 Apr 14, 1972
019 (c/n 44314) to MASDC as CQ218 Nov 23, 1971
020 (c/n 44315) to MASDC as CQ295 Jun 22, 1972
021 (c/n 44316) ditched in Atlantic Ocean off Iceland Mar 2, 1956.
All crew were killed.
022 (c/n 44317) to MASDC as ??? Dec 17, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
023 (c/n 44318) to MASDC as CQ216 Nov 9, 1971
024 (c/n 44319) to MASDC as CQ259 Mar 22, 1972.
025 (c/n 44320) to MASDC as CQ296 Jun 22, 1972
026 (c/n 44321) to MASDC as ??? Nov 19, 1969,  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
027 (c/n 44322) to MASDC as CQ141 Jan 6, 1970
028 (c/n 44323) to MASDC as ??? May 26, 1969
029 (c/n 44324) to MASDC as CQ355 Jul 22, 1974.  Declared exscess Nov 15, 1974
030 (c/n 44325) to MASDC as CQ303 Jul 28, 1972.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
031 (c/n 44326) to MASDC as CQ143 Jan 9, 1970.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
032 (c/n 44327) to MASDC as CQ351 Jul 17, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
033 (c/n 44328) crashed on landing at Charleston AFB, SC.
034 (c/n 44329) to MASDC as CQ284 May 9, 1972.
035 (c/n 44330) to MASDC as CQ044 Apr 25, 1969
037 (c/n 44332) to MASDC as CQ070 May 21, 1969
038 (c/n 44333) ot MASDC as CQ043 Apr 24, 1969
039 (c/n 44334) to MASDC as CQ346 Jul 17, 1974  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
040 (c/n 44335) to MASDC as ??? Apr 22, 1969
041 (c/n 44336) to MASDC as CQ327 Jan 19, 1973.
042 (c/n 44337) to MASDC as ??? Apr 18, 1969
043 (c/n 44338) to MASDC as CQ339 Jun 24, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
044 (c/n 44339) to MASDC as CQ364 Sep 19, 1974.  Was last C-124 in Military Air Command Reserve Forces.  
Declared excees Nov 15, 1974.  Re-registered N3153F 
and parked at McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV for almost 20 years.  Plans to convert it into a 				
restaurant never reached fruition.  Scrapped Mar 26, 2001.
045 (c/n 44340) to MASDC as CQ359 Aug 6, 1974
046 (c/n 44341) to MASDC as CQ287 May 24, 1972
047 (c/n 44342) in ground accident at Kelly AFB, TX Jun 30, 1970
048 (c/n 44343) to MASDC as CQ270 Apr 2, 1972
049 (c/n 44344) to MASDC qs CQ299 Jul 22, 1972.
050 (c/n 44345) was with with 28th ATS at Hill AFB, and with 151st MAG of Utah ANG.  To storage at MASDC in
1973.  Now on display at Hill AFB, Utah.  
051 (c/n 44346) to MASDC as CQ268 Apr 6, 1972
052 (c/n 44347) to MASDC as CQ119 Nov 24, 1969
53-053 ... 53-105
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
All cancelled
56-789 ... 56-825
Lockheed F-104A-20-LO Starfighter
c/n 183-1077/1113
789 to Taiwan as 4218. Preserved at Addison, TX Museum.
790 converted in 1966 to NF-104A as replacement
for NASA 813.  Designated NASA 820.  Modified to YF-104G configuration
for nuclear weapons shape trials.  Now on display at USAF Flight Test
Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA.
791 (83rd FIS  * Vocifrous Viking *) one of 12 F-104s temporarily  deployed to Taiwan during the 1958 
Quemoy Crisis. (flown dis-assembled in C-124 Globemasters) Operation "Jonah Able"
(returned to USA in 1959).  To MASDC as FB004 Dec 4, 1967.  To Jordan as 919 in 1969.  Now at 
Alexandria, LA, Rayford Ent.
792 w/o Feb 6, 1958 Palmdale, California.  Pilot killed.
793 to MASDC as FB005 Dec 4, 1967.  To Jordan as 923 in 1969
794 w/o Feb 15, 1958 at El Mirage, California.  Pilot OK
795 to MASDC as FB019 Mar 8, 1968.  To Jordan in 1969 as 798, 
to Taiwan as 4219 in 1960/61.  Later transferred to 
Pakistan.  On display at Sargodha.
796 converted to drone as QFG-796.   W/o Dec 13, 1962 in crash landing at Eglin AFB, Florida
797 to Taiwan as 4220
798 (c/n 183-1086) to Taiwan as 4219.  To Pakistan AF.  Reported winter 
2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum, Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
799 to Taiwan in 1960/61 as 4221.  Later transferred to Pakistan
800 to Taiwan as 4222.  To Pakistan AF in 1961.
801 flew chase for first A-12 flight.  Modified to F-104G configuration for 
nuclear weapon shape trials.  To Pakistan Af in 1961.
There is an F-104A marked as 0801 mounted on a pole at
the Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, but it is actually
a composite made up of several other F-104As from Mojave. 
802 to Pakistan AF in 1961
803 to Pakistan AF in 1961
804 to Pakistan AF in 1961
805 to Pakistan AF in 1961 
807 to Pakistan in 1961.
808 to MASDC Dec 11, 1969.  To Taiwan in 1970 as 4249.  Record that the plane was 
destroyed in a crash in April 1984.  The plane on a pole at Peterson AFB, CO. 
is actually 56-0936.
809 (197th FIS/ AZ ANG) crashed on takeoff on Ramstein AB, Germany
Jun 18, 1962
810 crashed on approach to Homestead AFB Oct 1966 after it ran out of fuel.  Pilot ejected but did not survive.
811 to MASDCas FB009 Dec 4, 1967.  To Jordan as 920 in 1969
813 (151st FIS/TN AnG) collided with F-104A 56-0848 during GCA-controlled
final approach to Ramstein AB, Germany and crashed Mar 19, 1962.  Pilot killed.
816 to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Taiwan as 4250.
817 at Robins AFB, GA painted as 57-0817.  Used in filming of
"I Dream of Jeannie" TV show.
822 to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Taiwan as 4251.
823 to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Taiwan as 4241.  As 4241 displayed at the Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan, 
Taiwan (August 2009)
824 to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Jordan as 921 in 1969
68-8283 ... 68-8286
Sikorsky HH-53C
c/n 65-130/133 or 65-146/149 (not sure which of these c/ns are correct)
8283 (3rd ARRG, 40th ARRS) shot down by ground fire 1 mi S of Ban Tang, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jun 30, 1970.
All 5 onboard killed.
8284 converted to MH-53M.  Retired Sep 26, 2008 from service with 20th SOS and
arrived by C-17 at RAF Brize Norton, UK Oct 28, 2008.  Moved from Brize Norton
to RAF Cosford Dec 17, 2008 by RAF Globemaster ZZ176 for eventual display
at RAF Museum Cold War Hall.  By 2009 was on display there.  Moved to storage at USAF Museum in 2011.
In 2013 was back on display at RAF Museum, Cosford
8285 (3rd ARRG, 40th ARRS) hit by ground fire while hovering and crashed while attempting to revover AQM-34B
drone in Laos.  Crew all survived and were rescued by Air America helicopter.  Helo was destroyed
by US to prevent capture.			
8286 converted to MH-53M.  Damaged in Afghanistan Mar 18, 2002.  AFM 1/2006
87-0025 ... 87-0025
McDonnell Douglas YC-17A Lot I Globemaster III
c/n 50002 (line number F1). Was essentially hand-built for the sole purpose of developmental test and evaluation, with 
an estimated life span of approximately five years. The aircraft was periodically rebuilt and
refurbished over the years and its lifespan grew from five to 21 years.  Airman Thomas Fields 
awarded Cheney Award and Airman's Medal for saving life of crewman whose parachute accidentally
opened in the cargo bay during flight at 1200 feet with paratroop door open on Jan 30, 2001.  
The aircraft appeared in country superstar Toby Keith's Emmy Award-winning production of
"American Soldier." F1 went on to appear in five motion pictures: "Transformers," "Iron Man," 
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "Iron Man 2" and "Superman: Man of Steel"
(to be released by Warner Brothers in 2013).  Aircraft planned for retirement to
USAF Museum in 2012.  Arrived there Apr 25, 2012.
88-0265 ... 88-0266
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot I Globemaster III
c/n 50005/50006, line numbers F2 and F4 
0265 named *City of Altus*
89-1189 ... 89-1192
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot II Globemaster III
c/n 50007/50010, line number F6/F9
1191 (315th AW) nose langing gear collapsed on landing at Kandahar AB,
Afghanistan Dec 23, 2008. Has been repaired and is back in service.
1192 named *Spirit of Charleston*
90-0532 ... 90-0535
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot III Globemaster III
c/n 50011/50014, line number P-7/P-10
92-3291 ... 92-3294
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot IV Globemaster III
c/n 50015/50018, line number P-11/P-14
93-0599 ... 93-0604
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot V Globemaster III
c/n 50019/50024, line number F-18/F-23)
0600 is *Spirit of 9-11.. Let's Roll*  Transferred fro 437th AWS to 155th AS/164h AW at Memphis, TANG
0602 is *City of Altus*
94-0034 ... 94-0037
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III
Was this lot cancelled ??
94-0065 ... 94-0070
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot VI Globemaster III
c/n 50025/50030, line number F-24/F-29)
0068 wore "The Spirit of Airorne" from Aug 200 to Jun 5, 2003 with 437th Airlift Wing.
95-0102 ... 95-0107
McDonnell Douglas C-17 Lot VII Globemaster III
c/n 50031/50036, line number F-30/F-35
0102 is named *Spirit of Long Beach*
0104 is named *Spirit of Airborne*
0105 is named *Sprit of 9-11..Let's Roll*
0106 is named *Spirit of Bob Hope*
0107 is named *Spirit of North Charleston*.  Damaged during landing in northern
Iraq Apr 21, 2003 when ran into construction equipment
96-0001 ... 96-0008
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot VIII Globemaster III
c/n 50037/50044, line number F36/F43)
0002 is "Spirit of the Air Force".  With 437th AW damaged as a result of
a wheels-up landing at Bagram airfield, Afghanistan Jan 30, 2009.
Cause was crew forgetting to lower the undercarriage, compounded
with long crew hours, ground promimity warning alarm having been
inadvertently turned off, and tower not noticing that the aircraft
did not have its gear extended.
0005 is "Spirit of John Levitow".
0006 is "Spirit of Berlin".  Landing gear broke at Vestmannayejar, Iceland Sep 10, 1998
while delivering "Keiko" the whale.  Repaired.
0007 is "Spirit of America's Veterans"
0008 is "Spirit of the Total Force"
97-0041 ... 97-0048
Boeing C-17A Lot IX Globemaster III
c/n 50045/50052, line number F44/F51
0042 (is "Spirit or Tuskegee Airmen"
0043 is "Spirit of Los Angeles".  Transferred
from Charleston to March ARB.
0046 is *The Spirit of the Military Family*
0047 is *Spirit of Middle Georgia*
98-0049 ... 98-0057
Boeing C-17A Lot X Globemaster III
c/n 50053/50061, line number F52/F60)
0049 named *Spirit of Rhein-Main* upon closure of that base
Oct 10, 2005.
0052 is *Spirit of McChord*
0057 was with 97th AMW at Altus but noted as 62nd AW McChord.  
Hit by missile near Baghdad Apt, Iraq Dec 9, 2003, but was 
able to land safely.  Returned to McChord AFB Jan 3, 2004 
for repair.
99-0058 ... 99-0070
Boeing C-17A Lot XI Globemaster III
0058/0064 c/n 50062/50068, line number F61/F67)
0062 is *Spirit of the Hump*
0063 is *Spirit of the Wright Brothers*
0064 is *The City of Saint Louis*
0065/0070 later changed in service to 99-0165/0170
99-0165 ... 99-0170
Boeing C-17A Lot XI Globemaster III
c/n 50069/50074, line number F68/F73
Were formerly 0065/0070 but later changed in service to 99-0165/0170
0169 was named "Spirit of Denali", later "Sprit of the Cascades"
99-0171 ... 99-0173
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50075/50077, line number F74/F76
0173 w/o
00-0171 ... 00-0185
Boeing C-17A Lot XII Globemaster III
(0171/0174 c/n 50075, 50076, 50077, 50080) 0175/0185 c/n 50083/50093, line numbers F82/F92) 
Were formerly 00-0071/0085.  It seems that 00-0171/0173 were formerly 09-0171/0173.
0171 set 13 payload-to-altitude records Nov 28, 2001.
0172 was named *Spirit of the Cascades*, name changed to *Spirit of Denali*
0173 is named "Spirit of the Aleutians".  Crashed Jul 28, 2010 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
Aircraft stalled at an attitude and altitude from which recovery to controlled flight was
impossible while practing for an airshow.  4 killed.
0174 is named *Spirit of 9-11..Let's Roll*, later "Spirit of the Sourdoughs"
0176 (62nd AW) made first transcontinental flight (McChord AFB, WA
to McGuire AFB, NJ) using blend of regular aviation fuel
and synthetic fuel Dec 17, 2007
0179 listed as being named "Spirit of Connecticut"
0183 named "Spirit of Freedom"
0184 named "Spirit of Col Joe M. Jackson"
0185 is named *The American Spirit*
00-0201 ... 00-0204
Boeing C-17A Lot XII Globemaster III
c/n 50078 (F77), 50079 (F78), 50081 (F80), 50082(F81). Reserved for aircraft to be leased to RAF as ZZ171/ZZ174.  
These were later bought.  Delivery registrations N171UK/N174UK have been allocated.
0201 to RAF as ZZ171 May 23, 2001
0202 to RAF as ZZ172 Jun 15, 2001
0203 to RAF as ZZ173 Aug 4, 2001
0204 to RAF as ZZ174 Aug 26, 2001.
01-0186 ... 01-0197
Boeing C-17A Lot XIII Globemaster III
c/n 50094/50105, line number F93/F104
0186 assigned to 62nd AW, McChord
0187 assigned to 62nd AW, McChord
0188/0197 assigned to 437th AW, Charleston
0190 is named *Spirit of America's POWs and MIAs*
0193 named "Spirit of Strom Thurmond"
0196 named "Spirit of Enduring Freedom".  With (437th AW) ran off runway at Bagram, Afghanistan Aug 6, 2005,
collapsing nose and starboard undercarriage.  Has been w/o.  AFM 1/2006.
Despite reported as w/o, was seen at manufacturer at Long Beach Nov 17, 2005,
apparently being repaired.  Cause of accident was pilot error while landing
at night, he had failed to remember that construction work had restricted the
usable width of runway, nor turned on landing lights which may have revealed
this.  Estimate that repaired will be completed in fall of 2006.
01-0198 ... 01-0200
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Reserialed 02-1098/1100.
02-0101 ... 02-0115
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Reserialed 02-1101/1115
02-1098 ... 02-1112
Boeing C-17A Lot XIV Globemaster III
c/n 50106/50120, line number F105/119
1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102 assigned to 437th AW Charleston
1103, 1104, 1105, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111 assigned to 62nd AW McChord
1100 named *Spirit of Strom Thurmond*, in honor of the Senator's 100th birthday.
1105 registration N1105X allocated Jun 2003.  Reverted to 02-1105 Jul 2003.  Not sure
why this civil registration was allocated.
1111 seen at Christchurch IAP Oct 2006
1112 on acceptance Dec 17, 2003 became the first C-17 in use with ANG - 
`				172nd AW/MS ANG. Named 'The Spirit of the Mississippi Minutemen'
02-1113 ... 02-1115
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Reserialed 03-3113/3115
03-0116 ... 03-0120
Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III
c/n P-116/P-120.   Reserialed as 03-3116/3120.
03-3113 ... 03-3115
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50121/50123, line number F120/F122).  All three noted Mar 20, 2005 at Jackson IAP
apparently on book with 183rd AS/MS ANG
3113 is named "Spirit of the Purple Heart"
03-3116 ... 03-3127
Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III
c/n 50124/50135, line number F123/F134
3118 named "Spirit of the Choctaw Warrior" and attached to the 172nd 
Airlift Wing at Jackson, MS.
3119 named "Spirit of G.V. Sonny Montgomery"
3120 seen at Christchurch, NZ.  Stationed at McChord AFB.
3121 as test aircraft with 412 Test Wing at Edwards AFB
3122, 3123 at McChord AFB
3124 was at McChord AFB, in 2011 was with the 437th/315th AW out of Charleston
3125, 3126, 3127 at McGuire AFB
3125 is *Spirit of New Jersey*
3127 noted at Long Beach Sep 2004
04-0121 ... 04-0126
Boeing C-17A Lot XVI Globemaster III
c/n P-121/P-126.   Reassigned to FY 03-3121/3126.
04-4128 ... 04-4138
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50136/50146, line number F135/F145
4129 (c/n P-129) was formerly 05-0129
4130 -- Plane marked as 44130 seen at RAF Mildenhall, UK.  This may be 04-4130, which may
be 05-4130 (P-130) reserialled.  This is correct
4131 named "Spirit of Thomas B. McGuire"
4138 is "Spirit of California".  Delivered to 452nd AMW/AFRC Aug 9, 2005.
04-4139 was reserialed 05-5139, but it still shows up as 04-4139 as its tail number.
05-0127 ... 05-0135
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
0127 reserialled as 03-3127
0128 reserialed as 04-4128
0129 reserialed as 04-4129
0130 c/n P.130
0131 c/n P.131
0132 c/n P.132
0133 c/n P.133
0134 c/n P.134
0135 c/n P.135
05-5139 ... 05-5153
Boeing C-17A Lot XVII Globemaster III
c/n 50147/50161, line number F146/F160
5139 was formerly 04-5139, but it still has 44139 as its tail number.  
5140 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5141 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5142 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5143 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5144 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5145 named *Spirit of Ronald Reagan*.  With 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5146 named *Spirit of Hawaii* delivered to Hickam AFB, HI Feb 7, 2006, first
C-17A to be stationed outside continental USA.
5152 ("Spirit of Go For Broke") seen at RAF Mildenhall Dec 2006.
5153 named "Spirit of Kamehamela-Imua"
06-0205 ... 06-0205
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
(c/n F185, C/n UK-5) For RAF as ZZ175.  Used test registration of
N9500Z.  Accepted by RAF Feb 22, 2008 at Long Beach, delivered
to 99 Sqdn at RAF Brize Norton Apr 7, 2008.			
06-0206 ... 06-0209
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
For RAAF.
0206 (c/n F166, 50167) for RAAF as A41-206.  Handed over to RAAF at Long Beach, CA
Nov 28, 2006 and arrived in Australia Dec 4, 2006.  
0207 (c/n F173, 50174, reserialed 07-0207) for RAAF as A41-207
06-6154 ... 06-6168
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
6154/6158 c/n 50162/50166 (F161/F165), 6159/6164 c/n 50168/50173 (F167/F172), 
6165/6167 c/n 50175/50177(F174/F176), 6168 c/n 50179 (F178)
6154 to Travis AFB.  Named "Spirit of Solano"
6155 to Travis AFB
6156 to Travis AFB.  Named "Spirit of the Golden Bear". Seen at
RAF Mildenhall Sep 27, 2006.
6158 named "Spirit of 911 Let's Roll"
6159 named "Spirit of the Golden Gate"
6164 (301st ALS)
6165 to Dover AFB, named "Spirit of the Constitution"
6166 to Dover AFB
6166 to Travis AFB
6167 to Dover AFB
6168 to Dover AFB
07-0207 ... 07-0207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Formerly serialed 06-0207.  For RAAF as A41-207.
07-0208 ... 07-0209
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
0208 (c/n F183, c/n 50184) for RAAF as A41-208.  Delivered to RAAF Feb 12, 2008
0209 (c/n F184, c/n 50185) for RAAF as A41-209.  Handed over to RAAF at Long Beach
Jan 19, 2008.  Arrived at RAAF Amberley Mar 8, 2008.
07-7169 ... 07-7189
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
7169 C/n 50180 (F179), 7170 c/n 50182(F181), 7171 c/n 50183 (F182), 7172 c/n 50189 (F188), 
7173 c/n 50190 (F189), 7174/7180 c/n 50192/50198 (F191/F197)
7169/7179 will go to Dover AFB, but 7172 and 7174 are going to Travis AFB.
7170 seen in Dover AFB colors
7174 went to Dover
7179 went to Travis instead of Dover
7172 (60th AMW) damaged at Kandahar AB, Afghanistan Dec 3, 2008.  After parking,
commander shut down engines, but copiolt put shutoff switches back on, causing
fuel to flow back into hot engines, resulting in tailpipe fires in all four
engines.
7178 named "Spirit of Delaware"
7179 named "Spirit of Travis"
7180 was scheduled to be last manufactured C-17 for USAF, and
was scheduled to go to McChord AFB.  Actually went to
Charleston.  However, I do have FY 08 C-17s.  With 437th AW,
Charleston
7181 was formerly 08-8181. With 437th AW, Charleston
7182 was formerly 08-8182. With 437th AW, Charleston
7183 was formerly 08-8183.  First flown at Long Beach, Ca
Jan 27, 2009.  To Charleston AFB after LAIRCM modification.
7184 was formerly 08-8184
7185 was formerly 08-8185.
7187 was formerly 08-8187
7188 was formerly 08-8188.  Located at Charleston AFB in 2010.
7189 (437th AW) damaged on landing at Shank, Afghanistan Jan 23, 2012.  No injuries, but aircraft badly
damaged.
c/n CA1-CA4.  For Canadian Armed Forces as CC-177 177701/177704.
7701 line number F-177, c/n 50178, c/n CA1
7702 line number F-180, c/n 50181, c/n CA2
7703 line number F-186, c/n 50167, c/n CA3
7704 line number F-187, c/n 50188, c/n CA4
08-0001 ... 08-0003
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n SAC-01/SAC-03.  For NATO.  
0001 (SAC01) c/n 50208 in markings of Hungarian AF.  First flight Jul 1, 2009, delivered to Papa AB, Hungary
Jul 17-18, 2009.
0002 (SAC02) c/n 50211
0003 (SAC03) c/n 50212
08-0201 ... 08-0202
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n QA-1/QA-2. c/n 50209 (F208) and 50210 (F209).  For Qatar Emiri Air Force as A7-MAA and A7-MAB.
Bore test registrations of N9500H and N9500N
08-0206 ... 08-0207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
0206 c/n 50191, F-190, c/n UK6.  For RAF as ZZ176 Jul 2, 2008.  Used test registration of N9500B
0207 c/n 50228, F227) for RAF as ZZ177.  Used test registration of N9500B.  Reserialed 09-0207
08-8181 ... 08-8204
Boeing C-17A Block 18 Globemaster III
8181/8189 c/n 50199/50207 (F198/F206).  8190/8204 c/n 50213/50227 (F212/F226)
8181 c/n 50199.  to Charleston.  Reserialled 07-7181
8182 c/n 50200.  to Charleston.  Reserialled 07-7182
8183 c/n 50201.  to Charleston.  Reserialled 07-7183
8184 c/n 50202.  reserialled 07-7184
8185 c/n 50203.  reserialled 07-7185
8186 c/n 50204
8187 c/n 50205.   reserialled 07-7187
8188 c/n 50206.   reserialled 07-7188.
8189 c/n 50207. 
8190 c/n 50213
8191 c/n 50214.  to 437th AW at Charleston
8192 c/n 50215.  to McChord
8193 c/n 50216.   to 62nd AW at McChord
8194 c/n 50217
8195 c/n 50218.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8196 c/n 50219.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8197 c/n 50220.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8198 c/n 50221
8199 c/n 50222.  to 305th AMW.
8200 c/n 50223 to 305th AMW
8201 c/n 50224
8202 c/n 50225
8203 c/n 50226.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8204 c/n 50227.  seen at Orlando in 2010.
09-0207 ... 09-0207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n UK.7 c/n 50228 (F227).  to RAF as ZZ177 Jan 13, 2011.  Used test registration of N9500B.  Originally serialed 08-0207
09-8207 ... 09-8207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 229.  To RAF as ZZ177.  
09-9205 ... 09-9212
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III	
9205/9210 c/n 50229/50234 (F228/F233).  9211 c/n 50237 (F236), 9212 c/n 50241 (F240)
9210 to 62nd AW at McChord
9212 with 62nd AW at McChord
10-0213 ... 10-0223
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Last C-17s for USAF
0213 c/n 50242 (F241).  To 437 AW
0214 c/n 50243 (F242).  To 437 AW
0215 c/n 50244 (F243).  To 437 AW
0216 c/n 50245 (F244).  To 62 AW
0217 c/n 50246 (F245) reserialed 12-0208 test registration N9500N, To RAF as ZZ178.  Unlikely this
was ever formally 10-0217, painted as 10-0217 for background shots during 787 ceremony.  To 62AW
0217 c/n 50249 (F248).  To 62 AW
0218 c/n 50250 (F249).  To 62 AW
0223 c/n F260/P223) was last production C-17A for USAF.  Deliveredto 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston, South
Carolina Sep 12, 2013.
10-0401 ... 10-0406
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
For United Arab Emirates. 
0401 c/n 50235 (F234) UAE 1223.  Test registration of N9500N
0402 c/n 50236 (F235) UAE 1224.  Test registration of N9500R
0403 c/n 50238 (F237) UAE 1225.  Test registration of N9500N
0404 c/n 50239 (F238) UAE 1226.  Test Registrati0n of N9500R
0405 c/n 50247 (F246) UAE 1227.  Test registration of N9500R
0406 c/n 50248 (F247) UAE 1228.  Test registration of N9500R
11-0101 ... 11-0110
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
For Indian AF
0101 c/n 50254 (F253).  To Indian AF as CB 8001
0102 (F-258) to Indian AF as CB-8002
0103 F-259 For Indian AF as CB-8003
0104 F-261 For Indian AF as CB-8004
0105 F-262 For Indian AF as CB-8005
0106 F-263 For Indian AF as CB-8006
0107 For Indian AF
0108 For Indian AF
0109 For Indian AF
0110 For Indian AF
12-0203 ... 12-0203
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50251 (F250).  A7-MAC
12-204 ... 12-204
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50253 (F252).  A7-MAE
12-0208 ... 12-0208
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n UK.7 to RAF as ZZ178 May 23, 2012.  Used test registration of N9500N
12-0211 ... 12-0211
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n AUS.6, c/n 50252.  For RAAF as A41-211
13-0001 ... 13-0001
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n F-264.  For Kuwait AF

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