USAF Serial Number Search Results


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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
42-23963 ... 42-24085
Douglas C-47A-40-DL
MSN 9825/9947,  Contract No. AC-20669
23963 (MSN 9825) delivered Jul 8, 1943 - Elmendorf, AK Sep 7, 1943 -Div Jun 21, 1946 - NC46567 Reeve Aleutian - 
Kirk Kerkorian - "0-23963" USAF (has been rptd as French AF but not in official records).
23964 (MSN 9826) delivered Jul 8, 1943 - Hawaii (or Australia) Aug 6, 1943 - Manila - Sold to FEAT (Far East 
Air Tpt?) registered May 1946.
23965 (MSN 9827) delivered Jul 7, 1943.  To Hawaii Aug 6, 1943.  With 19th TCS, lost Oct 20, 1943, central 
Pacific.  MACR 793
23966 (MSN 9828) delivered Jul 7, 1943.  Service as VC-47A in June 1967 with 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing at RAF Upper Heyford
and in July 1967 reported with 7473rd Combat Support Group at Moron Air Base, Spain. Struck off charge on
Oct 23, 1968.
23967 (MSN 9829) delivered Jul 1943.
23968 (MSN 9830) to RCAF as Dakota 658 Jul 14, 1943.  146 Sq (Dak 3R) - CAF Feb 1, 1968 - SOC Apr70
to Avn Ltd, Edmonton, Alta - CF-TQZ ntu N8563 Bush Avn, Dania, FL 1972 - W A Mims Inc, Jacksonville. 
Jul 9, 1973 - Convex RCAF 1977/78Bahamasair L (Mar 1978) - No engines or controls, Ft Lauderdale, FL
(Nov 1979 to Feb 1983). - Sale reported.
23969 (MSN 9831) to RCAF as Dakota IIIR 655 Jul 14, 1943. 435 Sq - (Dak 3R) - SOC Apr 1970 - CF-QJZ
Wright Industrial Equipment Ltd, Edmonton, Alta ntu - Gatewav Avn Ltd, Edmonton, Alta Apr 8, 1971 - 
C-FQJZ reregistered (1976) - Tuk Traders Ltd, Inuvik, NWT Mar 1979 - cancelled Oct 1979 - 
N8064A Scuba Safari Ltd, Tampa, FL registered Nov 19, 1979 - R A Mathews Jr, Miami, registered Feb 6, 1980 
Basler Flt Svces Inc, Oshkosh, WI registered Apr 19, 1980 Trans National Airlines, Honolulu,
HI Aug 15, 198O.- Swift Delivery & Freight, Honolulu, HI bought May 21, 1981 - Sale reported Oshkosh 
Jan 1984. N8064A Amerijet Leasing Inc, Portland, OR, Apr 3, 1986 - Gulf Air Taxi Inc, Rd Jun 1987 - 
cancelled Mar 19, 1988 -HC-BOT Aero Shell Mar 1988.
23970 (MSN 9832) to RCAF as Dakota 656 Jul 14, 1943 -656 RCAF 14 Jul 1943-xx - Linited Nation,, Congo) 115 
Air Tpt Unit 1958 to Jul 1964.  Renumbered 12938 in 1970. - 429 Sq NASARR nose fitted - Cold Lake (1974) - 
Stored Mountainview (1979) Cold Lake Base Flt (1980). 12938 CAF - wfs Mar 1989. To N21BF Fleming Corp, 
Nashua, NH. registered Aug 9, 1991 - Delivered to Basler Airlines Aug 14, 1991. To Basler Flight Services 
Inc, Oshkosh, WI bought Jan 21, 1992. Stored at Oshkosh
23971 (MSN 9833) to RCAF as Dakota 659 Jul 19 1943 .  Renumbered 12940 in 1970.  N30OZZ J Hurst (1974) -
Zoom Zoom Air Inc (1975) - Air Charter West (Feb 1977)  - Trans West Air Express, Seattle, WA
leased Sep 1977 J W Hurst, Lavton, UT registered Dec 19, 1977 - Starboard Enterprises Inc, Miami, FL 
registered Aug 21, 1980 -lntl Flight Center,Miami,FLR May 1983 - G S Cartright, Port au Prince, Haiti 
registered Sep 1983.
23972 (MSN 9834) to RCAF as Dakota 657 Jul 14, 1943.  Renumbered 12939 in 1970.  CF-IRVI Ste Felicien Air
Service registered Mar 26, 1973 - C-FIRW Rr (1975) - Survair (1977)- Air Inuit Ltd, Ft Chimo, PQ (1977)-
Tpt Acrien Sept Iles, Mar 1982 - Cancelled Jun 1982.
23973 (MSN 9835) to RAF as Dakota III FD937 Jul 13, 1943.  Middle East Aug 5, 1943.  India 7 Sq Nov 5, 1943.  
Crashed on landing, Clydeside LG, Burma May 14, 1944
23974 (MSN 9836) to RAF as Dakota III FD938 Jul 15, 1943.  Middle East Aug 6, 1943.  To South 
African AF as 6867 Oct 4, 1945. 15 AD (1955) - 27 Sq (Sep 1967) - 21 Sq (Sep72) - 25 Sq (Oct72) - (1978). 
Donated 1994 to Airborne Forces Youth Initiative of UK and delivered with registration ZS-NJE; 
reregistered G-BVOL and to Dutch Dakota Association 1996.  Registration G-BVOL cancelled May 16,
1996 as sold to owner in Holland, but aircraft noted 2005 at Aviodrome Museum, Lelystad AP, Holland 
painted in post-WW2 KLM colors as PH-TCB.  Wings, tail, and engines switched with
same parts from 42-100971 for restoration of PH-PBA.
23975 (MSN 9837) to USSR Jul 12, 1943
23976 (MSN 9838) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23977 (MSN 9839) to USSR Jul 12, 1943
23978 (MSN 9840) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23979 (MSN 9841) to USSR Jul 14, 1943
23980 (MSN 9842) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23981 (MSN 9843) to USSR Jul 10, 1943
23982 (MSN 9844) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23983 (MSN 9845) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23984 (MSN 9846) to USSR Jul 10, 1943
23985 (MSN 9847) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23986 (MSN 9848) to USSR Jul 13, 1943. W/o 50 km (31.3 mls) from Uelkal (Russia) on 26 Nov. 1943 when it was en route from Uelkal 
to Seimchan when a short circuit on the flight deck caused a fire. The crew were able to extinguish the 
fire, but they became lost. The airplane flew into the side of a mountain in the Ushkanyi mountain range. 
Four fatal. Uelkal was an airfield used as a refueling stop for aircraft being ferried from the U.S. to 
the Soviet Union for use on the Western Front during World War II.
23987 (MSN 9849) to USSR Jul 10, 1943
23988 (MSN 9850) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23989 (MSN 9851) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23990 (MSN 9852) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23991 (MSN 9853) to USSR Jul 13, 1943
23992 (MSN 9854) to USSR Jul 12, 1943
23993 (MSN 9855) to US Navy as BuNo 39057 Jul 13, 1943
23994 (MSN 9856) to US Navy as BuNo 39058 Jul 12, 1943
23995 (MSN 9857) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 39059 Jul 13, 1943
23996 (MSN 9858) to US Navy as BuNo 39060 Jul 15, 1943
23997 (MSN 9859) to US Navy as BuNo 39061 Jul 15, 1943
23998 (MSN 9860) to RAF as Dakota III FD939 Aug 1, 1943.  512Sq UK Aug 1, 1943 - 511 Sq Jan 26, 1944 - 1336 (TS)CU
Aug 16, 1945 - 1382 (T)CU Dec 19, 1945 - Became G-AIBA with BOAC Jun 1946 but returned to RAF the next month. 
Scottish Avn Ltd  Feb 4, 1947.   Returned to USAAF Apr 12, 1947.
Registered G-AKSM Feb 4, 1948 Sivewright AAV "Bartonia".  Registration cancelled 
Mar 7, 1951 on sale to Flugfelag Islands H. F. as TF-ISB "Gunnfaxi".  Flugfelag Nordurlands
SF leased  1975 Landgraedsla Rikisins, Gunnarsholt - wfu ReykJavik Jan 1979 to Jun 1981.
Noted 2005 at Islenska Flugogufelagid, Reykjavik, Iceland
23999 (MSN 9861) to RAF as Dakota III FD940 Jul 29, 1943.  512 Sq.  511 Sq Jan 28, 1944.  1381 (TCU
Dec 20 , 1945 AGT Gatwick.  Returned to USAAF Apr 14, 1947.  To FLC Apr 19, 1948
24000 (MSN 9862) to RAF as Dakota III FD941 Jul 19, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGHO "ODZU" registered Aug 10, 1943.
Sold to North West Airlines Jun 11, 1949.  To N9993F A. J. Leeward Mar 1951.  10910 RCAF May 30, 1951 - 
(Dak 3FP) CF-AAM Austin AAV, Toronto Sep 28, 1970 - St Timmins Sep 1976 to Jun 1977 - C-FAAM reregistered 
Jan 28, 1980. C-FAAM Central Mountain Air Ltd, Smithers, BC, Jan 17, 1989. Crashed Jan 14, 1993 Bronson Creek.
24001 (MSN 9863) to RAF as Dakota III FD942 Sep 20, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGHU "ODZP" Sep 27, 1943.  To BEA
Aug 17, 1946.  To BOAC Jul 9, 1947.  Sold to Hong Kong Airways as VR-HDQ Feb 1948.  DBR at Hong Kong Jul 11, 1949
24002 (MSN 9864) to RAF as Dakota III FD943 Aug 2, 1943.  Broken up Brooklands Feb 13, 1950.  SOC Feb 14, 1950
24003 (MSN 9865) to RAF as Dakota III FD944 Jul 29, 1943.  12 Sq, 511 Sq Sep 15, 1943.  1381 (T)CU
Jan ll 1946  22 MU stored Nov 13, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Apr 17, 1947.  To OO-AWK SABENA Apr 16, 1947.
Nigerian AF NAF-306 Oct 1969.  Derelect Lagos Jan 1972 to Mzr 1977.  Broken up 1977/78
24004 (MSN 9866) to RAF as Dakota III FD945 Aug 13, 1943.  512 Sq, 511 Sq Sep 17, 1943.  575 Sq Jan 15, 1946
107 MU Kasfareet 1947.  Transferred to Egyptian AF May 29, 1947
24005 (MSN 9867) to RAF as Dakota III FD946 Aug 11, 1943.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
24006 (MSN 9868) to RAF as Dakota III FD947 Aug 11, 1943.  Transferred to India
Aug 19, 1943.  Returned to USAAF in India Oct 26, 1944.  Attached
to 2nd ACG.  Damaged in taxi accident Feb 20, 1945.  W/o 
Dec 31, 1945 at Kalaikunda, India after battle damage.
24007 (MSN 9869) to RAF as Dakota III FD948 Sep 30, 1943.  194 Sq.  Crashed on
takeoff from Agartala, Burma May 20, 1944
24008 (MSN 9870) to RAF as Dakota III FD949 Aug 12, 1943.  India 31 Sq.  SOC Cat E Nov 11, 1944
24009 (MSN 9871) to RAF as Dakota III FD950 Aug 13, 1943. India.  Returned to
USAAF Jul 25, 1946.  To Royal Thai AF postwar.
24010 (MSN 9872) to RAF as Dakota III FD951 Aug 31, 1943.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
24011 (MSN 9873) to RAF as Dakota III FD952 Aug 13, 1943.  India.  Missing 60 mi
SW of Imphal, Burma Apr 25, 1944, presumed shot down by enemy fighters.
24012 (MSN 9874) to RAF as Dakota III FD953.  - India Aug 12, 1943 - 31 Sq - Indian Govt Feb 27, 1947 -
G-AKGX London Aero & Motor Svces Ltd registered Sep 17, 1947 - Cyprus AfW "Curium" Sep 1,1948 - VR-NCS W African Airways
Corp "Makurdi" Jan 28, 1958 - Nigeria A/W Oct 1, 1958 5N-AAQ reregistered 1961 - "AAQ" Nigerian AF 1967 Derelict Lagos 
(May 1970 to Mar 1977) - Broken up 1977/8. 
24013 (MSN 9875) to RAF as Dakota III FD954 Aug 11,1 943.  India 353 Sq, 215 Sq.  Crashed in bad
weather 12 mi W of Schwegun, Burma Sep 6, 1945.
24014 (MSN 9876) to RAF as Dakota III FD955 Aug 13, 1943.  India 267 Sq.  Sold to Indian
government Jan 30, 1947
24015 (MSN 9877) to RAF as Dakota III FD956 Aug 12, 1943.  Transferred to
South African AF Aug 1943 as 6805.  To Kiersley Air Ways Mar 3, 1950 as ZS-DDR.  
To Union of Burma Airways as XY-ACS.  Crashed into Mount
Kaolokung (China) Jun 10, 1963 while attempting to land at Kunming, China
in bad weather.  20 killed.
24016 (MSN 9878) to RAF as Dakota III FD957 Aug 12, 1943.  Transferred to
South African AF Aug 15, 1943 as 6806.  - 5 Wg 1945 - Acft Operating Co Apr 7, 1948
Probably G-ALCB Field Acft Svces E Oct 14, 1948 AP-ADH Pakair Ltd registered Nov 29, 1948 - G-ALCB BEA
registere Jun 1950 - B/u Dec 1950.
24017 (MSN 9879) to RAF as Dakota III FD958 Aug 12, 1943.  Transferred to
South African AF Aug 1943 as 6080.  Crashed May 11, 1945 near Kisumu, Kenya
24018 (MSN 9880) delivered Jul 17, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 27, 1943.  77 Sq.  Crashed Nov 5,1943, 13m NE of 
Haverfordwest, Pembs, UK.
24019 (MSN 9881) delivered Jul 16, 1943.  In USA.  Salvage May 31, 1946, Bergstrom Field, Texas
24020 (MSN 9882) D15Jul43 - In USA - Stored Jan 28, 1946 - To RFC Jun 14, 1946 - YV-AZR/YV-C-AZR TACA de
Venezuela registered Jul 20, 1946 - LAN' Jul 1, 1957 - YV-15C reregisterd (1976)-wfu Caracas (1977/8)- 
Wreck by 1982.
24021 (MSN 9883) delivered Jul 15, 1943.  In USA.  93 TCS, 439 TCG.  Survey Aug 11, 1944, Laurinberg, NC
24022 (MSN 9884) delivered Jul 17, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 2, 1943 - Stored Jul 5, 1945 - To RFC Nov 22, 1945 - 
TI-105 TACA de Costa Rica - AN-ADD TACA de Nicaragua - Lanica TI- 1004C Lacsa "El Guanateco" Jan 17, 1962 - 
HK-1078 Taxi Aereo Opita May 1966 - Aerosucre 1974 - C. Sanches - El Venado (Nov80). - Crashed Jun 17, 1981 
Tviirafl(ircs, Mitu, Colombia
24023 (MSN 9885) delivered Jul 16, 1943- In USA - To RFC Sep 25, 1945 - To NC46858 - VP-JAQ British Caribbean A/W
Dec 1948 BWIA Oct 1949 - VP-BAQ Bahamas A/)XI "Florida" Mar 13, 1950 - VP-TBE BWIA "St Kitts" bought
Mar 4, 1952 VP-BBU Bahamas A/W Dec 13, 1960 - F Egbert, Miami, FL Jan 1, 1968 - HR-LAE Lansa Mar 29, 1968 - 
wfu 1975 Remains at La Ceiba, Honduras (1980).
24024 (MSN 9886) delivered Jul 18, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 2, 1943 - Stored Oct 1945 - PP-AVL Aerovias Brasil "Parana"
bought Nov 26, 1945 - REAL Jun 1954 - Crashed Sep 6, 1961 Concordia Apt, Videira, Sta Catarina
24025 (MSN 9887) delivered Jul 16, 1943 - In USA - Stored Jan 15, 1946 - To RFC Jul 6, 1946 - NC79024 A J Burke 
t/a Burke Air Tpt, Miami, FL - Crashed Jul 13, 1947 Melbourne, FL. 
24026 (MSN 9888) delivered Jul 16, 1943.  8th AF Oct 27, 1943.  Netherlands/Belgium.  Condemned Nov 16,1943
salvage, completed Nov 19, 1947
24027 (MSN 9889) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  Condemned May 26, 1945, salvage
24028 (MSN 9890) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 4, 1943.  Condemned Dec 2, 1943.
24029 (MSN 9891) delivered Jul 19, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Mar 9, 1946 - NC62388 Peace River Northern A/L 
May 7, 1947 - CF-CUG Canadian Pacific Airlines "296" bought Mar 21, 1947 Eldorado Avn Ltd Feb 13, 1958 - 
Pacific Western L Echo Bay Mines Ltd, Edmonton, Alta (1964) Eldorado Avn Ltd (1976) - Air North Charter 
Training Ltd. Whitehorse, Yukon Territories Dec 1979.
24030 (MSN 9892) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2,1 943.  Condemned Dec 21, 1943 AFMSC
24031 (MSN 9893) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  USA Jul 8, 1945.  Stored Jul 14, 1945.
Colombia (ARP) May 11, 1949
24032 (MSN 9894) delivered Jul 22, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  9th AF.  Ferried to France as NC19997 
for use by Air France Sep 23, 1946, registered
as F-BCYS Sep 6, 1947.  To Cie Generale de Tpts t/a Air Liban "Tripoli"
Sep 15, 1947 as LR-AAN.  To Air Liban Mar 1951 as OD-AAN, reregistered May 1951.  To MEA-Air Liban as
OD-AAN Nov 1965.  To International Aviation Development Corp of Reno, Nevada
as N219F Dec 28, 1965.  Leased to Phillips Petroleum Corp, Bartlesville, OK
Feb 21, 1966 to Jan 20, 1971.  To ATC Inc Apr 28, 1971 to Jan 1980.
To Amoco UAR Oil Co Mar 12 to Sep 8, 1971.  To Conoco 1975 to
Petty Ray Div Geosource 1977.  To Pyramid Air Lines Jul 22, 1979.
To Global Leasing as N219F Apr 23, 1986.  Stored at Malaga mid 1985.  Reg
cancelled Aug 1988.  To Venezuela for Midas Air Commuter as YV-505C. To
Servivensa (Servicios Avensa SA) as YV-610C Sep 2001.
24033 (MSN 9895) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  "soxo* Sep 27, 1943.  Returned to USA Jul 8, 1945.  San Bernardino ATS.
San Bern AMC Sep 30, 1946.  Newark CNR May 12, 1946.  Gt Falls ADC Jun 17, 1951 to Oct 1954.  Card ends
24034 (MSN 9896) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  USA Jul 22, 1945.  Stored Jul 25, 1945.
To RFC Oct 30, 1945.  Rebuilt as DC-3C MSN 43083
24035 (MSN 9897) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  Left US Sep 27, 1943.  Durope Apr 30, 1947.  AFE Insustri - London HQC
Aug 19, 1949.  Hassani AFE 60 TC Dec 28, 1949.  Wiesbaden Sep 21, 1950 to 1954.  Card ends.
To Imperial Iranian AF Dec 24, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
24036 (MSN 9898) delivered Jul 20, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  9th AF.  Div May 23, 1946
24037 (MSN 9899) delivered Jul 26, 1943 - In USA - Stored Dec 6, 1945.  To RFC Jun 5, 1946.
To Armada Argentina for Aviacion Naval Argentina (Transportes Aeronavales) as 2-GT-19.  W/o in 1949
24038 (MSN 9900) delivered Jul 17, 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  With 434rd TCG lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13427
24039 (MSN 9901) delivered Jul 19 1943.  8th AF Oct 2, 1943.  9th AF.  Condemned Aug 25, 1946.
Broken up Nov 1, 1947
24040 (MSN 9902) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Sep 28, 1943.  USA Jul 6, 1945.  Stored Jul 10, 1945.
Venezuela (ARP) Nov 13, 1947
24041 (MSN 9903) delivered Jul 19, 1943.  8th AF Sep 28, 1943.  9th AF.   DIv Oct 5, 1946.  To LOT 
(Polskie Line Lotnicze) Jun 14, 1946 as SP-LCC.  W/o Mar 28, 1950 in Poland
24042 (MSN 9904) delivered Jul 19, 1943.  8th AF Sep 28, 1943.  9th AF.  Div Mar 4,1 943.  became PH-TBP with KLM
bought Jan 13, 1946. To PJ-ALT "Troepiaal" of KLM (West Indies Division) Oct 1, 1949.  PJ-ALT cancelled 
Jul 25, 1955 to HK-525 of SA Medellin, Aviska Rutas Aereas de Colombia SA.  cancelled Apr 20, 1959 on return 
to KLM.  To N138H in 1959 (first with Bendix Corp, then in 1960 to Owens Illinois Glass Company, then to 
Basler Flight Service in 1978), to XA-JIH Aerovia.  WFU and stored at Merida, Mexico.
24043 (MSN 9905) delivered Jul 20, 1943.  8th AF Sep 28, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Kaufburn Jul 28, 1946.
To FLC Dec 7, 1948.  To Turkish AF Dec 10, 1948 as 42-6029
24044 (MSN 9906) delivered Jul 19, 1943.  5th AF Sep 28, 1943.  Condemned Dec 14, 1944 salvage.
24045 (MSN 9907) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Sep 28, 1943.  Condemned Jan 21, 1945 salvage
24046 (MSN 9908) delivered Jul 19, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1943.  To Turkish AF Mar 16, 1949
as 42-6074.  YSL-7r  (Jun 1980.  12-074 (Jun 1987)
24047 (MSN 9909) delivered Jul 20, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Condemned May 20, 1949.
24048 (MSN 9910) delivered Jul 20, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  To KLM as PH-TBK boutht Jan 3, 1946.
Sold Sep 13, 1950 to Italian AF "SM-19", "SM-15" (Sep 1948) "CR-43"/"14-43" (May 1976) as MM61777.
Stored at Rome/Guidonia
24049 (MSN 9911) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  9th AF.  Sold in 1947 to Scandinavian Aero 
AB as SE-AYM but used only as a spares source.  When airline closed down,
hulk used as a cafe in Norrtalje harbor until 1976 when 
transferred to firefighting school at Roserberg.
24050 (MSN 9912) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 6, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  Salvage May 20, 1949
24051 (MSN 9913) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 6, 1943.  Condemned Jan 10, 1945, salvage
24052 (MSN 9914) delivered Jul 22, 1943.  8th AF Oct 6, 1943.  Stored Jul 6, 1945.  To RFC Nov 6, 1945.
To NC65282 with Northeast Airlines May 17, 1946.  Bought by Piedmont Aviation Co Feb  21, 1948.
Reregistered to N44V "P/m Commonwealth".  To Charlotte Aircraft Co Dec 31, 1961.  CASCO Aircraft Ferrying
Service.  To Spanish AF Oct 20, 1961 as T.3-28 "901-4"/"744-28".  WFU Nov 22, 1977. 
Registered G-BHUA Apr 30, 1980 with Aces High Limited of Fairoaks, Surrey but cancelled Dec 1983 and not
imported.  Now preserved as T.3-28 at Salamanca.
24053 (MSN 9915) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  9th AF.  Czechoslovakia Nov 16, 1946.
To OK-VAJ Min Dopravny 1946. To Czech AF 1950
24054 (MSN 9916) delivered Jul 21,1 943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Condemned Apr 12, 1944, salvage
24055 (MSN 9917) Delivered Jul 1943.  to USAAF, while attached to 301TCS/441TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, 
on Feb 17, 1944 was damaged in a ground accident at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, next while attached to 
810 AAFBU at Laurinburg-Maxton AB damaged in a taxi incident on Feb 3, 1945. Apr 14, 1954 to French Armée de l’Air 
Groupe Transport I/64 (Transport long-courier).  To Royal Cambodian Air Force as 055 on Aug 10 1956.
Not believed to have survived to the times of the Khmer Air Force, last noted in 1966.
24056 (MSN 9918) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Condemned May 31, 1945, salvage
24057 (MSN 9919) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  Pope 1 TC.  March TAC May 12, 1946.  SAC Mar Jul 12, 1949.  SC-476
Stead SAC 62 Res Jul 13, 1954 to Oct 1954.  Card ends.
24058 (MSN 9920) to Peruvian AF as FAP-424 in 1947.  Renumbered FAP-319.  Transferred to SATCO as
OB-XAE-538, later OB-R-538.  Crashed Nov 30, 1966 Chachapovas, Peru.  Reported also as repaired
as N90545 Dixie Coll, St George, VT Jun 1977.  To F englert Jul 13, 1978.  To HP-837 SA Intl Aug 12, 1978.
Columbus Ventures Corp, Tocumen N9RD.  R. J. Doll, AK May 1979.  Still as HP-837 May 1980.
24059 (MSN 9921) delivered Jul 28, 1943.  In USA. To RFC Jun 25, 1946.  Stored Aug 8, 1946.   To NC88804
24060 (MSN 9922) delivered Jul 22, 1943.  In USA.   8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Germany.  To FLC Dec 27, 1948.
To Turkey Mar 30, 1949
24061 (MSN 9923) delivered Jul 22, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  USA Jun 30, 1945.  Stored Jul 5, 1945.  
Colombia (ARP) May 11, 1949
24062 (MSN 9924) Delivered Jul 1943.  To French AF under MDAP Apr 28, 1952.  GT2/62 "FRAZQ" Apr 1953.  Back to
USAF Oct 13, 1955.  To South Vietnam AF "E"/"eC" (1964).  24062 with Chinese Nationalist AF Apr 1972
to Nov 1979
24063 (MSN 9925) delivered Jul 23, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1943.  To Turkey Mar 21, 1949
24064 (MSN 9926) served with 74th TCS, 434th TCG at RAF Aldermaston.  Participated in D-Day operation.  It also
saw action at Arnhem and during the Battle of the Bulge.  Involved
in a minor mishap at airstrip at Gelnhausen, Germany Apr 3, 1945.  Repaired within a week.  Stored Jul 14, 1945.
To RFC Nov 19, 1945.  Sold as surplus in 1947 as NC74589 with West Coast Air Lines.  Went through a 
series of owners.  Abandoned at least once and claimed by an FBO in compensation for unpaid bills.  In 2012 
was with Wells Fargo Bank, which acts as a trustee for non-US citizens and corporations.  Operated by 
Tradewind Aviation.  Now known as the "Union Jack Dak", having been returned to flying condition in 2010 
by a team from Britain.  
24065 (MSN 9927) delivered Jul 23, 1943.  8th AF Oct 18, 1943.  Stored USA Dec 27, 1945.  To RFC Jun 19, 1946.
To XA-GAV of Aerovias Reforma SA ov Mexico in 1954.  TO CC-CLDV "216" Lan-Chile Apr 5, 1955.  To CC-CBZ
regregistered.  Linea Aera del Cobre 1963 - (1975) - Aerovias Bochetta Ltd.  Derelice in Chile by 1979.
24066 (MSN 9928) delivered Jul 24, 1943  To 8th AF Oc5 22, 1943.  With 436th TCG lost Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 10429
24067 (MSN 9929) delivered Jul 24, 1943.  Left USA Oct 5, 1943.  Tempelhof AFE Apr 30, 1947.  Burtonwood 3AD
Feb 24, 1951 to Sep 5, 1953.  Broken up Feb 10, 1954.
24068 (MSN 9930) to RAF as Dakota IV TP181.  Relegated to ground
instructional airframe with serial 4844M and presumably
subsequently scrapped.
24069 (MSN 9931) collided in midair with Spitfire P8312 Oct 27, 1943.  The Spitfire pilot bailed out and the Spitfire
crashed near Navenby, England, but the C-47 survived with little damage.  Went to OK-WDJ of Czech State Airlines 
in 1948, then to French AF as 24069 May 24, 1960.  To ELA 5 May 7, 1962, GAM 50 Dec 1965, GTLA 2/60 May 1968. 
To St Chateaudin 1971
24070 (MSN 9932) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2044 Feb 1947.  To civil registry with Rondonia
Industria y Comercio (Rico Taxi Aereo) as PT-KUR Sep 20, 1976.   Destroyed 1986
24071 (MSN 9933) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  In USA.  Salvage Jun 19, 1945
24072 (MSN 9934) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  To 8th AF Nov 24, 1943.  To USA Jul 10, 1945.  Stored Jul 16 1945.  Colombia (ARP)
May 11, 1949
24073 (MSN 9935) delivered Jul 16, 1943.  Bownam ITC. TC San Antonio Mar 31, 1947.  Randolph TC Jan 6, 1953 to Oct 1954.  Card ends.
24074 (MSN 9936) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  8th QAF Nov 7, 1943.  USA Jul 5, 1945.  To RFC Nov 30, 1945.  To LV-XFR Argentina
24075 (MSN 9937) delivered Jul 26 1943.  In USA.  Stored May 11,1 945.  CAA Nov 16, 1946
24076 (MSN 9938) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  8th AF Nov 6, 1943.  12th AF Dec 20, 1944.  To Polish Air Lines (LOT) as SP-LCF Dec 3, 1946,
cancelled Jan 12, 1959.  To Iran Air as EP-AEG Jun 1959, then to Government of Congo (Democratic Republic)
as 9Q-AEG Jan 1962, 9Q-AEG ultimate fate uncertain.
24077 (MSN 9939) delivered Jul 27, 1943.  With 435th TCG lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 7801
24078 (MSN 9940) to US Navy as BuNo 39062 Jul 24, 1943
24079 (MSN 9941) to US Navy as BuNo 39063 Jul 28, 1943
24080 (MSN 9942) to US Navy as BuNo 39064 Jul 27, 1943
24081 (MSN 9943) to US Navy as BuNo 39065 Jul 31, 1943
24082 (MSN 9944) to US Navy as BuNo 39066 Jul 31, 1943
24083 (MSN 9945) to RAF as Dakota III FD959 Aug 26, 1943.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
24084 (MSN 9946) to RAF as Dakota III FD960 Aug 24, 1943.  DBR when ran off strip and bogged down, Catania, Sicily Nov 24, 1943
24085 (MSN 9947) to RAF as Dakota III FD961 Aug 24, 1943.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
42-32233 ... 42-32382
North American B-25C-10 Mitchell
MSN 94-12641/94-12790.  Intended for delivery to RAF, but this order was cancelled in lieu of aicraft transferred
from USAAF release.
32234/32242 to USSR
32247 missing in Caribbean area Feb 18, 1943.
32249/32254 to USSR
32255 (42nd BG, 75th BS) hit by AAA and crashed into sea off
New Guinea Nov 23, 1943.  MACR 1217.  6 KIA.
32262 (405th BS, 38th BG) lost Oct 18, 1943, Papua New Guinea.  MACR 962
32263 lost Sep 17, 1944, India
32264 (22nd BS, 341st BG) shot down Jul 25, 1943, Bay of Bengal.  Plane and crew never recovered.  MACR 153
32272 to RAF as Mitchell II FR141 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - lost Mar 20, 1944
32273 to RAF as Mitchell II FR142 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - damaged by friendly fire from Mosquito and
crashed 3 mi NNE of Headcorn, England Apr 26, 1944
32274 to RAF as Mitchell II FR143 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - damaged by AAA and ditched in English
Channel Aug 9, 1944
32275 to RAF as Mitchell II FR144 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - stalled and crashed into North Sea Jul 30, 1943 
32276 to RAF as Mitchell II FR145 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1947.  Scrapped 1949  
32277 to RAF as Mitchell II FR146 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - lost Nov 26, 1943 from mission to Martinvast 
32280 to RAF as Mitchell II FR147 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - ditched after being damaged by AAA Aug 20, 1943
32281 modified as XB-25E deicing research aircraft and used by North American from 1942 to 1944 to test
hot gas anti-icing system.  Assigned to NASA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis field,
Cleveland, OH Jul 10, 1944 to Feb 1953.  Code BD-281, named "Flamin' Mamie".  Assigned to Wright
Field, Ohio.  Deliberately crashed in a program to develop fire extinguishers for aircraft.
32282 to RAF as Mitchell II FR148 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Missing from ferry flight between Gander and Prestwick,
Scotland Feb 23, 1943 
32283 to RAF as Mitchell II FR149 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Shot down by AAA into Grimbecq Forest Jun 12, 1944 
32284 to RAF as Mitchell II FR150 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Collided with Mitchell FR182 (41-30724) over Sussex,
England June 8, 1944; crashed and exploded 
32285 to RAF as Mitchell II FR151 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK  - Shot down by flak over Moyenville Jun 20, 1944 
32286 to RAF as Mitchell II FR152 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Wrecked when ran into bomb crater at end of runway at
Airfield B.110 (Achmer, Germany) Apr 28, 1943 
32295/32300 to USSR
32311 (42nd BG, 69th BS) w/o in landing accident in New Caledonia Nov 5, 1943.
32314 (345th BG, 500th BS, *Stubborn Hellion*) shot down by AAA
in attack on Kavieng, New Britain Feb 15, 1944.  1 of 6 crew
killed.
32319 (42nd BG) lost Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 1800	
32337 to NEIAF as N5-150 - lost in action 6/43
32338 to NEIAF as N5-148
32339 to NEIAF as N5-153 - crashed 9/43
32342 to RAF as Mitchell II FR156 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1947.  Scrapped 1949
32343 to RAF as Mitchell II FR157 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1947.  Scrapped 1949
32344 to RAF as Mitchell II FR158 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - lost July 29, 1944
32345 to RAF as Mitchell II FR159 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1947.  Scrapped 1949
32346 to RAF as Mitchell II FR160 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1947.  Scrapped 1949
32347 to RAF as Mitchell II FR161 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1947.  Scrapped 1949
32348 to RAF as Mitchell II FR162 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Damaged by explosion of Mitchell FR178 (42-64788) and 
damaged beyond repair when crashlanded and Perranporth, Wales Oct 25, 1943
32349 to RAF as Mitchell II FR163 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK . Transferred to Dutch AF Jul 22, 1974 
32350 to RAF as Mitchell II FR164 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - DBR in accident Dec 25, 1944 
32351 to RAF as Mitchell II FR165 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Collided with Mitchell FW212 (43-3478) and crashed at
Tirlemont Feb 9, 1945 
32352 to RAF as Mitchell II FR166 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Missing from mission to Lanveoc Oct 25, 1943
32353 to RAF as Mitchell II FR167 for service with Dutch No 320 Sq in UK - Transferred to Royal Netherlands Navy Jul 22, 1947 as 18-3.  W/o 1954
32354 (MSN 94-12762) used as movie studio prop.  Flew in a Twilight Zone episode.  Reported in 1998 to be under restoration
to fly.  Now in storage at Aero Trader in Chino, CA.
32376 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
42-72540 ... 42-72639
Douglas C-54D-5-DC Skymaster
MSN 10645/10744
72540 (MSN 10645) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Feb 4, 1948 in Alaska.  Damaged in ground accident Jan 20, 1951
at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC Jun 22, 1966.
72543 (MSN 10648) damaged Aug 12, 1952 in Japan.  To civil registry in Spain as EC-BQK.  To Spanish AF as T4.2
72546 (MSN 10651) to US Navy as BuNo 56503
72547 (MSN 10652) converted to SC-54D
72548 (MSN 10653) to MASDC as CC201 Oct 1, 1971.  To civil registry as N4994H. Later to Buffalo Airways in 
NW Territories, Canada as CF-BAA (old-style registration, not C-FBAA)
To Aero Union Corp as N4994H
72550 (MSN 10655) to N56412, and then to China Air registered as 
B-1012. Bought by Air America/CAT in November of 1965 for approximately 
$160,000.00.  Leased to China Air of Taipei in July 1971.  Put into inactive 
storage at Tainan Feb. 29, 1972 through November 1973.  Sold to Air 
Distribution Inc., Honolulu, HI on Nov. 13, 1973, reregistered as N402AD. 
This company went bankrupt in 1975 and the aircraft was again stored at 
Tainan with Air Asia. Feb. 25, 1976 sold to Air Asia, withdrawn from use and 
stored September 1977.
72551 (MSN 10656) converted to TC-54D. To MASDC Mar 28, 1966
72552 (MSN 10657) crashed Nov 12, 1946 in Portezuelo del Cerro Pelado, 30 km NW from the city of Mendoza, 
province of Mendoza, Argentina, after take off. It belonged to the American Air Mission 
in Chile. 9 members of crew, 1 serious injury, 7 injured
72553 (MSN 10658) crashed on approach Atsugi, Japan May 29, 1947.  40 killed.
72555 (MSN 10660) converted to SC-54D. Damaged Feb 6, 1952 in Alaska.  To MASDC Jul 22, 1965
72556 (MSN 10661) to US Navy as BuNo 56504.
72557 (MSN 10662) damaged Aug 25, 1950 in Ohio.  To MASDC Dec 5, 1969.  To South Korean AF in 1970.
72558 (MSN 10663) crashed Jan 16, 1953 on approach to Stephenville-Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland.  13 killed  
72559 (MSN 10664/DC395) was one of 38 C-54s internally stripped for hauling
coal during Berlin Airlift and redesignated C-54M.  To Portuguese Air Force under MDAP bought Jul 1959, 
registered 7501. W/o 26 Jul 1962 when it crash-landed into the sea during the approach to Gando Air Base, 
Las Palmas, Spanish Canary Islands.  Another source has this aircraft after the Portuguese continuing on as 
C-GCXG and then N65397. But this aircraft (C-GCXG and then N65397) was actually Douglas C-54D-1-DC Skymaster 
MSN 10644/DC375 originating as 42-72539. It appears the similarity of the serial numbers may have caused 
their confusion.
72560 (MSN 10665) to US Navy as R5D-3 56505 in Apr 1945.  .
72562 (MSN 10667) to MASDC Sep 3, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1966
72564 (MSN 10669) converted to SC-54D.  to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  To civil registry as N1543Z, N143ZL, then HK-1808.
Registered as XA-ACE (Mexicana).  To Aeronorte Colombia as HK-1808.
Crashed near La Macarena, Colombia after engine failure Jun 19, 1996.
72565 (MSN 10670) to FAA as N82 in 1964.  To N8220 in 1969.  Scrapped at Sebring, FL
72566 (MSN 10671) converted to SC-54D.  Wrecked at Bilbao, Spain in 1961.
72567 (MSN 10672) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1966
72568 (MSN 10673) converted to SC-54D.  To US Navy as BuNo 56506.  
72569 (MSN 10674) converted to SC-54D
72570 (MSN 10675) crashed in bad weather 10 mi SE of Shillong,
India Oct 7, 1945.
72571 (MSN 10676) damaged Oct 1, 1948 in West Germany.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1966
72572 (MSN 10677) lost Dec 24, 1947, Goose Bay, Labrador
72575 (MSN 10680) converted to SC-54D
72576 (MSN 10681) to US Navy as BuNo 56507
72577 (MSN 10682) to TC-54D.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1966.
72578 (MSN 10683) damaged Feb 19, 1952 in Greenland.  To MASDC Sep 29, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.  To Turkish AF
72580 (MSN 10685) to US Navy as BuNo 56509
72581 (MSN 10686) suffered structural failure at Shamsherngar
AAB, India May 29, 1945.  Details and consequences not
known.  To Turkish AF Dec 12,1959 as ETI-581 
72582 (MSN 10687) to MASDC Sep 27, 1964.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970. 
72584 (MSN 10689) to RAF as KL981, then to US Navy as BuNo 92002 
Jul 1946
72585 (MSN 10690) to RAF as KL982.  The reference that it went to
US Navy as BuNo 91997 may be incorrect.  42-72532 went to US Navy as 91997.
72586 (MSN 10691) converted to SC-54D
72587 (MSN 10692) to US Navy as BuNo 56508
72588 (MSN 10693) to US Navy as BuNo 56510
72589 (MSN 10694) assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Jul 1961-May 1964.
72590 (MSN 10695) converted to HC-54D.  Assigned to 57th ARS, Najes AFB, Azores, Portugal in 1964.  Used by NASA
to train Gemini spacecraft recovery crews.  Was filming paradrops by pararescue crews training for the delivery
and installation of Gemini capsule flotation collars off Castle Harbour, Bermuda Jul 29, 1964 when
collided with HC-97G 52-2773 and crashed into the sea.
72591 (MSN 10696) damaged in ground accident May 29, 1950 at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC
72592 (MSN 10697) to US Navy as BuNo 56511. 
72594 (MSN 10699) Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Squadron [SAC], Biggs AFB, TX .
Assigned to 3902nd Air Base Group, Offutt AFB, NE as a staff transport by HQ SAC [May 1950].
Assigned to 16th Air Force, Torrejon AB, Spain as a staff transport Feb 1962.
Assigned to 16th Air Force, Zaragoza AB, Spain as a staff transport Jun 1963.
Assigned to 16th Air Force, Moron AB, Spain as a staff transport May 1964.
To MASDC Oct 15, 1964. 
72596 (MSN 10701/DC432) allocated to 317th TCG, Wiesbaden AB,
West Germany for Berlin airlift.  Allocated to 2849th Air Base
Group, Hill AFB, UT.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To GSA AID for
US Department of State Feb 7, 1966 registered as N554.
Donated to Air Vietnam 1966 registered as XV-NUJ.  Crashed in
jungle 29 km S of Pleiku City, SVN after being shot down
on flight from Vientaine, Laos to Saigon Tan Son Nhut APT Mar 12, 1975.  26 killed.
72599 (MSN 10704) damaged Oct 23, 1948 in East Germany.  To MASDC Aug 3, 1964 as CC003.  To South Korean AF?
72600 (MSN 10705) converted to TC-54D.  Damaged Dec 23, 1946 in Newyork, damaged Oct 21,1 947 Westover AFB,
Massachusetts.  To MASDC Jun 8, 1966.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
72601 (MSN 10706) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  By 1953 was N91083 of Flying Tiger Lines
72605 (MSN 10710/DC441) allocated to Task Force 1.5.4 to
support Crossroads atomic bomb tests.  Allocated Aug 15, 1946
to 1st ATU.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 31, 1959 as
N-605, to ESK 721 Squadron.  Ditched N of Hesselo in Kattegat Nov 8, 1965 after engine failures.
72606 (MSN 10711) last of two EC-54s with 21 CQ/21 OS at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1969.
Declared excess Jan 7, 1970.
72607 (MSN 10712) damaged Jun 9, 1950 in Japan.  To Spanish AF as T.4-4, then to civil registry as EC-APD.
72608 (MSN 10713) Damaged Dec 22, 1951 at Chunchon AB, Korea.  To MASDC Aug 16, 1964
72609 (MSN 10714) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Aug 4, 1966.
72611 (MSN 10716) With 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 1964.  Lost with North Dakota ANG 
Aug 27, 1969 on flight from Anchorage to King Salmon Air Force Station with 4 crewmen aboard.  
Wreck discovered 3 years later.
72612 (MSN 10717) to MASDC May 25, 1964.
72614 (MSN 10719) damaged Apr 18, 1949 in Cannada, damaged in landing accident Apr 22, 1951 Cornwallis Isle, Canada,
damaged Dec 16, 1951 Frobisher Bay.  To MASDC at unknown date
72615 (MSN 10720) converted to SC-54D
72617 (MSN 10722) to MASDC as CC256 Nov 27, 1974.  To Ardco Aviation, Tucson, AZ as N49451.
72618 (MSN 10723) converted to WC-54D.  To MASDC Sep 15, 1964.  To Denmark under MAP Mar 15, 1965.
72619 (MSN 10724) converted to TC-54D. Damaged Jul 8, 1945 on landing at Cazes AB, Morocco.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1969.
72620 (MSN 10725) to MASDC Aug 5, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
72622 (MSN 10727) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1975 as CC260.  In scrap yard next to AMARC.
72623 (MSN 10728) to JC-54D for missile tracking
72624 (MSN 10729) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Mar 25, 1958 Guam, Damaged in ground accident Jan 20, 1951
Tachikawa AB, Japan.  Damaged Jun 17, 1951 Hoengson AB, Korea  To MASDC Apr 18, 1966.
72625 (MSN 10730) to MASDC Jun 12, 1964. to MASDC Jun 12, 1964.  To Denmark under MAP Mar 15, 1965.  
To Zaire Aero Service, Zaire as 9Q-CBK
72626 (MSN 10731) to MASDC Sep 22, 1965.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-387. Transferred to SATCO as OB-R-949.
72627 (MSN 10732) damaged in ground accident Sep 8, 1945 Kadena AB, Okinawa.  To MASDC Sep 23, 1965.  
Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
72629 (MSN 10734) crashed on approach, Frankfurt, West Germany Jan 12, 1949.  3 killed.
72630 to VC-54D
72631 (MSN 10736) to civil registry as N2750A.  To Starways of Liverpool as G-APIN.
Lost by strafing at Kamanai, Congo by Katangan Fouga Magister Sep 16, 1961.
72632 (MSN 10736) to US Navy as BuNo 56515
72633 (MSN 10737) to US Navy as BuNo 56516
72634 (MSN 10739) to US Navy as BuNo 56513.
72635 (MSN 10740) to US Navy as BuNo 56517
72636 (MSN 10741) to US Navy as BuNo 56514.
72637 (MSN 10742) to US Navy as BuNo 56512 
72638 (MSN 10743) to US Navy as BuNo 56519 
72639 (MSN 10744) to US Navy as BuNo 56518
43-48913 ... 43-49262
Douglas C-47B-10-DK
MSN 26174/26523 (originally allocated MSN 14729/15078)
49018, 49023, 49028, 49077, 49082, 49087, 
49098,49108,49118, 49128,49138, 49182,49192, 
49202, 49212, 49222, 49227,49232,49237,
49242, 49247,49252, 49257, 49262 completed 
as C-47B-11-DK
48922, 48932, 48952, 49006, 49016 completed 
as C-47B-13-DK
49034/49076 completed as TC-47B-10-DK.
49146, 49226, 49256 completed as C-47B-13-DK
48913 (MSN 26174/14729) to VC-47B, then to VC-47D.  With 20th Tactical Fighter Wing in Jun 1970 and retired to Davis-Monthan 
AFB on Jun 3, 1971
48914 (MSN 26175/14730) w/o Nov 26, 1944 in crash 2 mi E of Leige, Belgium
48915 (MSN 26176/14731) w/o Feb 15, 1946 in takeoff accident 2 mi E of Orlando, Florida
48916 (MSN 26177/14732) converted to AC-47D.  To MASDC
48917 (MSN 26178/14733) to Honduran AF as 315.
48918 (MSN 26179/14734) to US civil registry as N86448.  To Spanish AF as T.3-37
48920 (MSN 26181/14736) w/o Feb 12, 1951 reportedly w/o
48921 (MSN 26182/14737) converted to AC-47D.  Crashed into sea near Cam Ranh Bay,
South Vietnam Apr 26, 1967 afer mechanical failure.  7 killed.
48922 (MSN 26183/14738) by 1954 was PP-VBA of S A Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
48923 (MSN 26184/14739) became N5290.  By 1955 was CV-HVM of
Quebecair, Inc.  To civilian registry as N7148C.
Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PHI-516 and 
later re-registered OB-R-516.
48924 (MSN 26185/14740) w/o Dec 14, 1944 in takeoff accident at Aldermaston, UK
48925 (MSN 26186/14741) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in Laos Jun 3, 1966, 6 MIA
48927 (MSN 26188/14743) to MASDC
46928 (MSN 26189/14744) to Colombian AF as 653A 
48929 (MSN 26190/14745) converted to AC-47D.  To South Vietnam AF.
48930 (MSN 26191/14746) w/o Jul 26, 1953 Chun Chon AB, South Korea
48931 (MSN 26192/14747) to Belgian AF for spares and sold to French AF as 348931 and was operated.
48932 (MSN 26193/14748) on static display at 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial
Museum at Fort Bragg, NC.
48933 (MSN 26194/14749) converted to EC-47P.  Damaged Dec 3, 1944 (t/off accident) Folkingham, UK
48935 (MSN 26196/14751) w/o Apr 6, 1945 in crash 20 mi NW of Limburg, Germany
48936 (MSN 26197/14752) w/o Jan 23, 1947 in crash 6 mi N of Sand Point NAS, Alaska
48938 (MSN 26199/14754) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 19696
48940 (MSN 26201/14756) w/o in takeoff accident Mar 23, 1950 at Rome-Griffiths AB, New York.  2 killed.
48943 (MSN 26204/14759) w/o May 6, 1945 at Landau, Germany when ground-looped
48944 (MSN 26205/14760) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13686
48945 (MSN 26206/14761) with 509 AG, 393 TS, Crashed 2 mi W of Heerford, TX Dec 1, 1947.
48946 (MSN 26207/14762) to Khymer AF Aug 13, 1970 as 348946
48947 (MSN 26208/14763) converted to EC-47P.
48948 (MSN 26209/14764) to US civil registry as N3261F, to Philippine civil registry as RP-C3, the RP-C74.
destroyed while refuelling at Manila 1982.
48949 MSN 26210/14765) w/o Dec 13, 1966  Vietnam ??
48950 (MSN 26211/14766) on civil registry as N834M
48951 (MSN 26212/14767) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150189 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
were handed over to USN Jul 1961. 
48952 (MSN 26213/14768) to MASDC Apr 9, 1970
48953 (MSN 26214/14769) to JC-47D with AF Systems Command. To MASDC Apr 25, 1970.
48954 (MSN 26215/14770) w/o May 31, 1951 in takeoff accident at Griffin AB, Georgia
48955 (MSN 26216/14771) to N4112, CF-ILS, N7862B then to Spanish civil registry EC-ANV with Subsecretaria de 
Aviacion Civil.  Scrapped Madrid 1980.
48956 (MSN 26217/14772) w/o in landing accident Feb 15, 1945 at Vernouillet, France 
48957 (MSN 26218/14773, C-47J) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150190 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
were handed over to USN Jul 1961. Then back to USAF as 43-48957.  Was at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins 
AFB, GA. but moved 2000 or 2001 to Niagara Falls, New York.  In 2010 on static display at Niagara Falls AFR base, but 
painted up as 43-15851, an original aircraft of the 3rd Combat Cargo Squadron.
48958 (MSN 26219/14774) w/o Dec 18, 1952 crash 19 miles N of Guercif, Morocco
48959 (MSN 26220/14775) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff from Pleiku AB, Vietnam
Sept 30, 1969. Crew suffered only minor injuries.
48960 (MSN 26221/14776) converted to VC-47D, to Khymer AF as 348960 Sep 8, 1970.
48961 (MSN 26222/14777) w/o Nov 11, 1966, South Vietnam
48968 (MSN 26229/14784) to USSR Oct 22, 1944
48969 (MSN 26230/14785) to USSR Oct 24, 1944
48970 (MSN 26231/14786) to USSR Nov 20, 1944
48971 (MSN 26232/14787) to USSR Nov 6, 1944
48972 (MSN 26233/14788) to USSR Nov 30, 1944
48974 (MSN 26235/14790) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ943.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48975 (MSN 26236/14791) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ944.  Wrecked when tire
burst on takeoff, aircraft swung and undercarriage collapsed,
Imphal Jan 28, 1945.
48976 (MSN 26237/14792) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ945.  Sold Mar 1, 1961, To VR-OAI, to 9M-ANE, to XU-HAK. became VR-SEI
48977 (MSN 26238/14793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ946.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
48978 (MSN 26239/14794) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ947.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 23, 1952.  to Chadian AF as 48978/TT-LAD
48979 (MSN 26240/14795) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ948.  Wrecked when belly landed
in padi field after engine failed on takeoff, Comilla Jan 20, 1945.
48980 (MSN 26241/14786) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ949.  SOC Nov 4, 1948.
48981 (MSN 26242/14797) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ950.  Transferred to Greek AF Aug 18, 1949.  SX-ECD. Was stored by the 
Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority at Athens/ Hellenikon airport, Greece. Now reported at a Russian bar nearby
48982 (MSN 26243/14798) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ951.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
Listed as being w/o Mar 6, 1946 at Jakarta airport, Indonesia.
48983 (MSN 26244/14799) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ952.  To Air Charter as G-AMSR, to
Wenela Air Services as ZS-DJZ operated by Surrey Flying Service,
Suidwes Lugdiens Temp. Regd as VP-YSO for Wenela Rhodesia, Return
to ZS-DJZ for Air Namibia, Temp Reg as KA-TCA (Air Katanga), next to
Genrec as 9Q-CGC, to Inter-Fret Transport Aerien as 9G-CGW, to ITAB (Air
Katanga) still as 9G-CGW.  In 1989 to CS-AZL with Ragusa Aeromundo, leased
to Air Umbrial.  Now on sale in Italy.
48984 (MSN 26245/14800) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ953. Crashed when took off
with rudder locked, Tulihal Aug 5, 1945
48985 (MSN 26246/14801) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ954.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
48986 (MSN 26247/14802) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ955.  Destroyed by time
bomb, Khormaksar May 29, 1965.
48987 (MSN 26248/14803) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ956, then loaned to RCAF as Dakota IV KJ956.  
Renumbered 12949 in 1970.
48988 (MSN 26249/14804) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ957. W/o Oct 23, 1945 when flew into clouds at 14,000 feet 20 mi E of 
Chiranga, India and disappeared.  Aircraft was never found.  American teacher in Burma (2002) was given bone 
fragment by Burmese priest;   DNA testing/investigation by US DOD determined it was remains 
of USAAF pilot 2/Lt V.L.Gibb & it was interred in his native Kansas  (2014);
48989 (MSN 26250/14805) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ958.  DBR when force landed
after engine caught fire, Comilla Dec 31, 1944.
48990 (MSN 26251/14806) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ959.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 27, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K23 
(call sign OT-CNM) then to French AF as 48990.  Then to Mauritania AF as 5T-MAE.  
To Niger AF as 48990/5U-MAB
48991 (MSN 26252/14807) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ960.  converted to AC-47.  To Royal Hellenic AF as C-47 
KJ960 (ex RAF) and was noted in Hellenic AF Museum at Dekelia AB, Athens 1997 and was stated 
to be ex 43-48991. 
48992 (MSN 26253/14808) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ961. SOC Feb 22, 1960.
48993 (MSN 26254/14809) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ962.  Dove into ground
after reporting engine problems during supply dropping mission
Betu Melintang, Kelantan, Malaya Aug 19, 1948
48994 (MSN 26255/14810) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ963.  Returned to USAAF
May 10, 1947
48995 (MSN 26256/14811) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ964.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 29, 1953.			
48996 (MSN 26257/14812) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ965.  DBR when struck
while parked by Beaufighter KW404 Mar 14, 1945.
48998 (MSN 26259/14814) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ966.  Returned to USAAF 
Nov 18, 1946.  Registered to Swissair Jan 30,1947
as HB-IRL.  Sold to owner in Congo 1961.
48999 (MSN 26260/14815) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ967.  Sold Dec 21, 1947 to Air
Maroc (Ste Marocaine De Constructions Aeronautiques) as F-BEIO.
To CATI (Societe Campagnie Aerienne De Trasnports Indochinois)
as F-BEIO.  To Air Outre-Mer (French Overseas Departments and Territories) 
as F-BEIO.   Leased to STAEO (Societe Translantique Aerienne 
en Extreme Orient) as F-BEIO and returned to Air Outre-Mer. 
Crashed on landing at Hanio-Gia Lam Airport, Vietnam Sep 4, 1954.
49000 (MSN 26261/14816) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ968.  SOC Mar 12, 1948
49001 (MSN 26262/14817) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ969.  Returned to USAAF Jun 1,1947
49002 (MSN 26263/14818) to US Navy as BuNo 50759
49003 (MSN 26264/14819) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ970.  Flew into ground
on BABS approach 2 mi SE of Lubeck Mar 22, 1949.
49004 (MSN 26265/14820) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ971.  Wrecked when
crash landed after one prop feathered itself and other engine
switched off in error, Middle Aston Feb 1,1947
49005 (MSN 26266/14821) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ972.  SOC Jul 3, 1950
49007 (MSN 26268/14823) to US Navy as BuNo 50760.
49008 (MSN 26269/14824) to MASDC.  To MAP Nov 1972
49009 (MSN 26270/14825) converted to EC-47P from RC-4P.  To MAP Nov 6, 1972.  To South Vietnam AF
49010 (MSN 26271/14826) converted to AC-47D. To Royal Laotian AF
Jun 8, 1970.  Later to Khymer AF.  To Thai AF from Khymer
AF as L2-46/18 Nov 11, 1975.  SOC Apr 23, 1991.  Derelict at Don Muang
by 1995.  Displayed at Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Museum, Surasri
Army Camp, Kanchanaburi.
49011 (MSN 26272/14827) became NC79001.  By 1954 was PP-PCU of Panair do Brasil
49012 (MSN 26273/14828) diverted to US Navy as R4D-6 50761.  
49013 (MSN 26274/14829) to VC-47B, to RC-47P, then to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 8, 1972
49014 (MSN 26275/14830) w/o Apr 18, 1961 Struck Mt Parker, Hong Kong 14 lost, 1 ok on flight (Hong Kong to Taiwan)
49015 (MSN 26276/14831) to MASDC Jun 17, 1964.  To MAP 1965.
49017 (MSN 26278/14833) to Navy as BuNo 50762
49018 (MSN 26279/14834) w/o Jun 7, 1946 in crash 20 mi N of Agadir, Morocco
49019 (MSN 26280/14835) w/o Nov 10, 1969  reportedly w/o
49021 (MSN 26282/14837) to VC-47B.  Assigned 501st Air Service Group [noted Apr48]
Converted to AC-47D gunship.  Lost Sep 1, 1969, Long Khanh Province, SVN.
Was assigned to the 4th Special Operations Sqdn, 14 SOW, and was attached to the 
4th SOS's unit at Bien Hoa Air Base.  Launched from Bien Hoa 1 on a night patrol 
mission and was directed to assist friendly troops who were under enemy attack about 
20 miles east of Bien Hoa. 43-49021 arrived at the scene and started firing- it was 
subsequently hit in the starboard wing and engine by ground fire and crashed about 900 
feet up on the side of Nui Loc Su mountain (a small volcanic cone about 18 miles east of 
Bien Hoa). The entire USAF crew of 8 were KIA.
49024 (MSN 26285/14840) to VC-47B.  W/o Dec 2, 1959 in crash 10 mi N of Oslo, Norway.  4 killed.
49025 (MSN 26286/14841) to Guatemala AF as 550 Jun 1969.  WFU Sep 2006
49026 (MSN 26287/14842) to VC-47B.  SOC Jul 13, 1965
49027 (MSN 26288/14843) to US Navy as BuNo 50764.
49028 (MSN 26289) damaged Sep 4, 1945 in landing Chungking, China.  Condemned for salvage Sep 4, 1945.
49029 (MSN 26290/14845) to AC-47D.  I also have this as being EC-47D.  To MAP Nov 15, 1967
49030 (MSN 26291/14846) struck high ground near Independence Lake, CA Oct 26, 1950. 4 killed.
49031 (MSN 26292/14847). To Colombian AF as FAC 654A. Converted 
to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 26) and reserialled FAC 1654
49035 (MSN 26296/14851) to Belgian AF OO-AUW  (Jul 1947), to N6903 (Jul 1973), to XB-DIY (Dec 1973) 
to N6903 (Oct 1977)
49036 (MSN 26297/14852) to OO-AUW
49038 (MSN 26299) To N8383 and flown to Turin Caselle Airport, Italy Jun 14, 1988 where it is now displayed
as I-LEON, USAAF serial 41-7816 in 1947 livery of LAI, Linee Aeree Italiane.
49039 (MSN 26300) w/o Nov 8, 1951 in takeoff accident Haneda AB, Japan.
49040 (MSN 26301) w/o Oct 19, 1951 in crash 18 mi NW of Miami AB, Florida
49041 (MSN 26302) w/o Oct 13, 1950 in crash 3 mi W of St Claire, Alabama due to engine failure.
49044 (MSN 26305) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend Lease Nov 15, 1944
49045 (MSN 26306) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend Lease Nov 15, 1944.  Damaged Sep 29, 1947 (landing) Los Caritos A/p, Chile.
To Thailand AF as 49045, then to Thai Navy.
49046 (MSN 26307) to China under Lend-Lease Dec 8, 1944
49047 (MSN 26308) Lend-Lease to French AF
49048 (MSN 26309) Lend-Lease to French AF
49049 (MSN 26310/14865) Lend-Lease to French AF.  To IDF/AF as 036. W/o Jul 10, 1980. 4 killed.
49050 (MSN 26311) Lend-Lease to French AF
49051 (MSN 26312) Lend-Lease to French AF
49052 (MSN 26313) Lend-Lease to French AF
49063 (MSN 26324/14879) as C-FADD of Air Manitoba crashed May 11, 1987 near Pickle Lake, Ontario.
49077 (MSN 26337/14893) damaged May 3, 1945 (landing) Kano A/p, BWA
49078 (MSN 26338/14894) damaged Apr 1, 1947 (landing) Wiesbaden Aaf, West Germany
49079 completed as C-47B-14-DK
49078, 49079 to VC-47B
49081 (MSN 14897/26342) to Iberia Oct 10, 1963 as EC-ASF, to Spanish AF Apr 12, 1966 
as T3-64. Became N1350M October 1981; to Airlift Museum, Frankfurt-Rhein/Main 
Mar 25, 1986 and 1988 on display in USAF colours.  Still there Jun 2004.
49082 (MSN 14898/26343) as HK-3993-_) on display Mar 2014 in Museo Aereo Fenix, Cali, Colombia.
49083 (MSN 14899/26344) w/o Sep 29, 1954 Komaki Afb, Japan
49084 (MSN 14900/26345) w/o Dec 28, 1952 in Tokyo Bay on approach.
49085 (MSN 14901/26346) to Khmer AF as 349085 Sep 24, 1970.
49088 (MSN 26349)  to NC79004 then to Syria as SR-AAD
49089 (MSN 14905/26350) attached to 37AW at Atkinson Field, BGA (British Guiana) had minor accidents on Apr 9,1946 and Jul 7, 1946. 
transferred to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg.349089, call sign F-RAZY for service in French Indo China. 
Dec 19, 1954 destroyed in French Indo China.
49090 (MSN 26351/14906) to MASDC May 7, 1973.  To MAP Dec 1, 1977
49092 (MSN 26353) to Navy as BuNo 50772
49093 (MSN 26354/14909) w/o Nov 25, 1953 Bowling Green, VA
49094 (MSN 26355) to COSARA Apr 1948 as F-BEIT, later to STAEO.  To
Air VietNam as F-BEIT, reregistered as XV-NIE.  W/o Nov 17, 1973
when went missing on flight from Saigon to Quang Ngai.
27 killed.
49095 (MSN 26356) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D. To Cambodia AF May 22, 1973.  To Thai Navy as 49095.  
Noted derelict by May 1997
49096 (MSN 26357) to El Salvador AF as 103 Apr 1963.  W/o Sep 10, 1965.
49098 (MSN 26359) to VC-47B. To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  To Colombian AF under MAP Dec 1, 1977.
49099 (MSN 26360) to civilian registry as N87657. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBO-676 
and later re-registered OB-R-676.
49100 (MSN 26361) to VC-47B, then to EC-47P.  Crashed Oct 8, 1969 due to inflight fire in
mission out of Phu Cat AB, Vietnam.  All crew killed.
49101 (MSN 26362) to NC79007 then to Syria as SR-AAE to YK-AAE Mar 1951 W/o Feb 24, 1956.
49102 (MSN 26363) to N1399N
49103 (MSN 26364) to AC-47D
49105 (MSN 26366) damaged Aug 17, 1950 La Sabana AB, San Jose, Costa Rica
49106 (MSN 14922/26367) assigned to Olmsted AFB, PA. 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 5, 1961 to Jun 30, 1967
Assigned to Langley AFB, VA fire department. To Thai AF as RTAF106; converted to 
Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 27).
49108, 49110, 49124, 49146, 49158, 49185,
49208, 49210, 49212, 49215, 49272, 49338 to VC-47B
49108 (MSN 14924/26369) to MASDC
49111 (MSN 26372) spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil.  To Royal
Hellenic AF. Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Greece
49113 (MSN 26374) damaged Jan  17, 1951 (ground accident) Taegu Afb, South Korea.  To MASDC. 
Sep 13, 1968 to South Vietnam AF (MAP), returned to USA 1972 
49114 (MSN 26375) to SVAF Nov 1962
49117 (MSN 26378) to US Navy as BuNo 50777
49118 (MSN 14934/26379) w/o Jan 2, 1946 in crash 50 mi N of Canton, China.  Crew bailed out
49120 (MSN 14936/26381, 1st CCS) crashed on takeoff from Yunnanyi, China Dec 23, 1944
49121 (MSN 14937/26382)
49122 (MSN 14938/26383) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50778.
49123 (MSN 14939/26384)
49124 (MSN 14940/26385) AC-47D gunship lost 8/9 Jan 1967, 7 KIA.  With 4th Air Commando 
Sqdn attached to the 4th ACS's unit at DaNang AB.  On the night of the 8th, 
as 43-49124 approached its assigned target near Duc Pho close to the coast, 
about 20 miles south of Quang Ngai, it was hit in mid-fuselage by automatic 
weapons fire.  Burning furiously, the AC-47 quickly became uncontrollable and 
crashed near the target killing the crew of 7.
49125 (MSN 14941/26386)
49126 (MSN 14942/26387) converted to VC-47B then to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 10 1972.
49127 (MSN 14943/26388) on display at Maxwell AFB Air Park, Alabama.
49128 (MSN 14944/26389) by 1954 was PI-C97 of Philippine Air Lines
49129 (MSN 14945/26390) to Royal Laotian Air Force as 349129 Aug 10, 1956
49130 (MSN 14946/26391) damaged Jan 19, 1946 Harmon Fd, Guam
49131 (MSN 14947/26392)
49132 (MSN 14948/26393) to Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50780
49133 (MSN 14949/26394) w/o in landing accident at Nanning AP, China Jul 26, 1945. Condemned Jul 28, 1945.
49134 (MSN 14950/26395) crashed on landing at Kunming Dec 7, 1944.
49135 (MSN 14951/26396)
49136 (MSN 14952/26397) w/o Dec 21, 1944 (t/off accident) Hsain, China.  Condemned Dec 23, 1944.
49137 (MSN 14953/26398) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50781.
49138 (MSN 14954/26399) delivered as C-47B-11-DK
49139 (MSN 14955/26400) to NC66655 
49140 (MSN 14956/26401) missing (no details), condemned Mar 31,1945.
49141 (MSN 14957/26402) missing between Jamaica and Puerto Rico Nov 2, 1946.  8 aboard.
49142 (MSN 14958/26403) to US Navy as BuNo 50782
49143 (MSN 14959/26404) w/o Feb 4, 1950 crash 4 miles WNW off Roosevelt NAS, Puerto Rico
49144 (MSN 14960/26405) to N6494C
49145 (MSN 14961/26406) attached to 3BG at Albrook Field, Canal Zone damaged in an accident 28 Feb. 1944 at Las Mercades 
Airport, NIC, transferred to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg. 349145, call sign F-RBFF for service in French Indo China. 
Sep 22, 1951 destroyed in French Indo China.
49146 (MSN 14962/26407) to MASDC May 26, 1969
49147 (MSN 26408) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50783.
49148 (MSN 26409) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ973.  SOC Aug 11, 1947
49149 (MSN 26410) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ974.  Broke up in bad 
weather 4 mi SSE of Vairon, France Aug 30, 1945.
49150 (MSN 26411) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ975.  Sold Apr 24, 1950.
Registered G-AMSL Apr 26, 1952.  Carried out trooping work
using temporary RAF serial XF766.  Destroyed on ground at
Kukhan, Arabia Feb 18, 1956
49151 (MSN 26412) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ976.  To BOAC as G-AGNA.  W/o May 1, 1945, Basra, Iraq.
49152 (MSN 26413) to Navy as BuNo 50784
49153 (MSN 26414) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ977.  Sold Jul 23, 1954.
Registered G-ANTD Jul 27, 1954.  Became TJ-ACF, then reverted
to G-ANTD.  WFU at Norwich after certificate of airworthiness
expired Apr 15, 1973 and subsequently broken up.
49154 (MSN 26415) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ978.  SOC Oct 21, 1948.
49155 (MSN 26416) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ979.  Wrecked when undershot
landing and undercarriage collapsed, Ivato, Madagascar Aug 26, 1947.
49156 (MSN 26417) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ980.  SOC Mar 3, 1950.
49158 (MSN 26419) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ981.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 27, 1954.
49159 (MSN 26420) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ982.  Wrecked when ran off
strip while landing in bad weather and undercarriage torn
off, Alon May 25, 1945.
49160 (MSN 26421) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ983.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 3, 1954.  W/o Jan 15, 1962 Fornebu Airport, Oslo, Norway
49161 (MSN 26422) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ984.  Struck ground 1/2 mi NNE of
Westgate while attempting to recover from spin during single-
engined flying practice Aug 28, 1947
49162 (MSN 26423) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ985.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGMZ Dec 9, 1944.  Became VT-CPA, then AP-AAA, then
reverted to G-AGMZ.  Registration cancelled Feb 1, 1950
on sale as VR-AAE.
49163 (MSN 26424) to Navy as BuNo 50786
49164 (MSN 26425) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ986.  Flew into river 25
mi NE of Goose Bay during SBA descent out of cloud while
on ferry flight Nov 3, 1944
49165 (MSN 14981/26426) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ987.  W/o
Oct 19, 1945 at Patenga, India when swung on takeoff, stalled, crashed,
and caught fire.  1 killed.
49166 (MSN 14982/26427) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ988.  SOC Jun 15, 1950
49167 (MSN 14983/26428) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ989.  Transferred
to Greek AF Oct 12, 1949.
49168 (MSN 14984/26429) to RAF as Dakota IV KG990.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKN Dec 9, 1944.
Crashed into cliffs at Cape Cicie, France Jul 14, 1948.
49169 (MSN 14985/26430) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ991.  Transferred
to Greek AF Jul 1, 1947
49170 (MSN 14986/26431) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ992.  To BOAC as G-AGKM Nov 18, 1944.  
DBR Apr 8, 1945 when undercarriage collapsed during takeoff El Adem, Libya.
49171 (MSN 14987/26432) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ993.  Sold Jul 6, 1950
registered G-AMDB Aug 3, 1950 (original allocation G-AMTN NTU)
Fitted with Dart turboprop engines 1958 and allocated Class B
registration G-37-2.  Reverted to G-AMDB and WFU at Lympne
Dec 15, 1967.
49172 (MSN 14988/26433) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ994.  Sold as scrap Oct 23, 1963
49173 (MSN 14989/26434) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ995.  SOC Jan 19, 1950
49174 (MSN 14990/26435) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ996.  Crashed 10 mi E
of Pegu after control lost in cloud Feb 2, 1946.
49175 (MSN 14991/26436) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ997.  SOC Jul 5, 1950  
49176 (MSN 14992/26437) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ998, then G-AMYY, then VP-YKP, then to Rhodesian AF as 7134.
Flown to Wonderboom, near Pretoria, South Africa in 2001/2 for turboprop conversion.
Noted dismantled in South Africa Feb 2002 awaiting turboprop conversion.
49177 (MSN 14993/26438) was to have gone to RAF as KJ999, but went
directly to South African AF as 6848.  No RAF service.  
Became ZS-NTD. Sold to an owner in the Democratic Republic of Congo January 2003 
49178 (MSN 14494/26439) was to have gone to RAF as KK100 but went
directly to SAAF as 6849. No RAF service.  Civilianised 
as ZS-DKP, then became VP-YSP, then A2-ZEP, then ZS-IPX, then A2-AAA, 
then ZS-IPX again, then SAAF 6892, then N195RD, then ZS-OJI, then N195RD 
again, then N9526N.  Registered Dec 18, 2003 to Dodson International Parts SA P/L of 
Wonderboom, South Africa as ZS-OJI (again!).  Is now registered as a DC-3TP, 
which presumably means that at some time it has been converted to turboprop power.
Sold Feb 2008 to owner in Venezuela.
49179 (MSN 14995/26440) to RCAF as Dakota IV KK101, later 14995.
49180 (MSN 14996/26441) to RCAF as Dakota IV KK102.  Renumbered 12901 in 1970.  To civil registry
as CF-BKQ, later C-FBKQ.
49181 (MSN 14997/26442) w/o Jan 28, 1958 Bilbao, Spain
49183 (MSN 14999/26444) to MASDC Nov 24, 1969.
49184 at Musee de l'Air, Paris
49185 (MSN 15001/26446) to MASDC Sep 16, 1969
49186 (MSN 15002/26447) to D-13 Czech AF  (1946) & w/o Jul 3,1956 Slovakia  21-lost
49190 (MSN 15006/26451) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D.  To MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization,
salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49191 (MSN 15007/26452) to OK-XAA
49193 (MSN 15009/26454)to Turkish AF as 6008.  Reported in 1991 to be on display at Aviation
Museum, Istanbul
49194 (MSN 15010/26455) diverted to Czechoslovakia Jul 1946.   To French AF Mar 1960.  To
civil registry as F-OGFI.  Noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988. 
49195 (MSN 15011/26456) to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
49196 (MSN 15012/26457) to civil registry as N73859, to Spanish AF as T.3-41.  To Zaire civil
registry as 9Q-CJM.
49197 (MSN 15013/26458) to N74844
49200 (MSN 15016/26461) delivered to USAAF 9th AF Oct 28, 1944. WFU & Stored RFC Aug 20, 1945. Mississippi Mfg Co. 
bought Apr 5, 1946 reg. N7401. I.A.D. Co. Lavco Lsd, Diamond Lsg. Co. used, reg. N4S, Lavco leased. 1965-1970 
reregistered 1971 as N481F. Amco UAR Oil Co. used Jul 28, 1970 to July 1972. Ray Geophysical Division of Mandrel 
Industries used Nov. 1972. Arax Air Line leased Nov 5, 1972 to Jan 1973. Glomar Sirte used Feb 15, 1973-May 11, 1973, 
Arax Air Line leased Jul 25, 1973. N reg. cancelled May 8, 1975 by Diamond Leasing Co. as the aircraft was 
destroyed (damaged beyond economic repair) in an accident. 
49201 (MSN 26462/15017) attached to 4000BU at Patterson Field, OH, damaged when C-54 44-9133
collided with it while parked at Topeka AAF Jul 20, 1946.  Converted to VC-47B then to RC-47, 
later redesignated EC-47P.  Crashed Mar 9, 1967 after being shot down during ELINT mission W of Tchai Bi,
Vietnam.  Call sign Tide-86 of 561st TEWS at Nha Trang.  7 killed.
49202 lost Nov 23, 1944, Africa
49203 (MSN 26464) to MASDC
49204 (MSN 26465) by 1955 was HB-IRF of Swissair
49206 on display at north end of base at Altus AFB, Oklahoma
49207 (MSN 15023/26468) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6164 in May 1961.  To Angolan
Air Force in 1975.  Ultimate fate obscure.
49208 (MSN 15024/26469) converted to EC-47Q.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Sep 30, 1974.
49209 (MSN 15025/26470) missing over North Atlantic Nov 23, 1944.  MACR 10015
49210 (MSN 26471) converted to VC-47B, converted to VC-47D.  To Vietnam AF, to Thai AF Aug 1975.  Thai AF 
serial was 210/B.L.2-41/48.   Slid off runway while landing at Don Muang Jan 21, 1992 and 
ended up entangled in fence and drainage ditch.  SOC Mar 4, 1992.  
Derelict at Don Muang 1995.  To scrap yard by Mar 2000. Still noted in scrapy ard at Chonbury Jan 2003. 
49211 (MSN 15027/26472) converted to AC-47D, named "Casper".  Turned over to South Vietnam AF Dec 1969.  Damaged
Jun 9, 1973, Quang Ngai, SVN.
49213 (MSN 26474) to Thailand AF as 49213, then to Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49214 (MSN 15030/26475) to 9N-AAE
49215 (MSN 15031/26476) On Nov 30, 1966 To Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47d, to ‘MAP’
49216 (MSN 15032/26477)  to MASDC.   On Nov 30, 1966 To Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47d, to ‘MAP’.
49217 (MSN 26478) to Royal Libyan AF in 1956?
49218 (MSN 26479) to US Navy, kept USAAF serial number
49220 converted to SC-47B
49224 (MSN 26485) to VT-CEO
49227 (MSN 26488) damaged Jul 30, 1945 Nichols Fd, Philippines  (ground accident)
49228 (MSN 26489)  damaged Mar 26, 1945, location??
49230 (MSN 26491) crashed (believed in attempted forced landing,
no further details), condemned May 11, 1945.
49231 (MSN 26492) crashed near Annan, China Feb 8, 1945.  MACR 12040
49234 (MSN 26495) crashed at Pachung, China Mar 20, 1945.
49236 (MSN 26497) to Khymer AF Sep 1970.
49238 (MSN 26499) w/o Mar 3, 1963  reportedly w/o
49240 (MSN 26501) to Belgian AF as K1 (call sign OT-CWA), temp to OO-SMA). Loaned to Belgian Congo 
Police Force Dec 1953 and returned to Belgian AF Jan 14, 1954. Now on civil registry as N99346.  
Fuselage, painted as FL586, noted at Aces High Flying Museum, North Weald, England
Oct 2003.  Fuselage has been acquired by Wings Museum at Balcombe, East Sussex, UK and going to 
be mated with nose of C-47 42-100611.
49241 (MSN 26502) condemned for salvage Apr 4, 1945.
49242 (MSN 26503) to NC51159
49244 (MSN 26505) crashed (believed in attempted forced landing,
no further details) condemned May 11, 1946
49245 (MSN 26506) to Turkish AF as 6012
49247 (MSN 26508) to MASDC Feb 27, 1970
49248 (MSN 26509) w/o May 19, 1947 in crash 5 mi SE of Livingston, Montana.  Crew bailed out.
49250 (MSN 26511) to AC-47D  To Thai AF as L2Or-1/07 in 1963.  To HS-DOA.
Preserved at Lopburi 1995.
49253 (MSN 15069/26514) w/o Jul 29, 1964 reportedly w/o
49254 (MSN 15070/26515). To Vietnam AF, To Khymer AF Mar 13, 1973.  To Thai AF from Khymer AF as L2-42/18 1975.  
Converted to Basler BT-67 by Mar 1999 (Basler conversion no 33) and to Thai AF as RTAF254.  Believed 
reserialled 46156. 
49256 (MSN 15072/26517) to MASDC
49257 (MSN 15073/26518) to MASDC.  On 14 Nov 1966 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49258 (MSN 15074/26519) delivered to USAAF.  Attached to 43rd BG at Davis Monthan Field, AZ W/o when it 
had a fatal take off accident at Kelly Field, Texas on April 09, 1947
49259 (MSN 26520) on civil registry as N8099.
49260 converted to EC-47P, converted from RC-47P.  To reclamatin, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Aug 5, 1975.
49261 (MSN 15077/26523) delivered to USAAF, reregistered to USAF. Attached to 21TCS at Ashiya AB, 
Japan W/o Sep 8, 1951 when it ditched after an engine failure 20 Miles East of Tsushima, Japan.
49262 (MSN 26523) attached to 1254th AAFBU missing Dec 4, 1945 on flight from
Casablanca to Johannesburg, South Africa.  No wreckage ever found.
43-49263 ... 43-49612
Douglas C-47B-15-DK
MSN 26524/26873 (originally allocated MSN 15079/15428)
49268,49348,49351,49375 completed as TC-47B-15-DK
49269,49272,49273,49329,49336,49344,49355,
49362,49369,49372,49408,49411,49416 completed as C-47B-16-DK
49275,49276,49333,49340,49359,49366 completed as C-47B-18-DK
49272, 49338, 49369, 49490, 49503, 49521, 49545, 49560 to VC-47B
49264 (MSN 26525) Assigned to the US Air Attache at Vienna in Mar 1967. Retired to MASDC on Aug 2, 1968.
49266 (MSN 26527) w/o May 11, 1951 crash 17 miles NE of Felts Fd, Spokane, WA., on flight Tacoma-Spokane—2 lost
49267 (MSN 26528) w/o May 17, 1950 Burley, Idaho due to engine failure.
49268 converted to AC-47D.  Lost Mar 13, 1966, 7 MIA
49270 (MSN 26531) on display at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.
49271 (MSN 26532) w/o Apr 15, 1960 in crash 7 mi SE of Marburg, WG on approach
49272 (MSN 26533) to MASDC Apr 5, 1971
49273 (MSN 26534) damaged Apr 28, 1950 Patterson Afb, Oh  (taxi accident).  To MASDC Apr 15, 1971
49274 (MSN 26535) to AC-47D.  Collided with OV-10A 67-14627 6 m SE of Truc Giang, SVN Dec 13, 1968
while with 3SOS/14SOW.  Crash landed at Bien Hoa AB and w/o.
49275 (MSN 26536) on civil registry as N61723.
49276 (MSN 26537) to AMARC Jan 14, 1970
49277 (MSN 26538)  to AMARC Nov 17, 1965
49278 (MSN 26539) 
49279 (MSN 26540) to AMARC Feb 2, 1970.
49280 (MSN 26541) converted to VC-47D with serial of 43-49280A.  Converted to AC-47D Spooky.
To Honduras AF as FAH319.  Seen derelict in 2008 at Tegucigalpa Toncontin IAP, Honduras.
49281 (MSN 15097/26542) became N55C then (believed) N55CE, then
N556E, then 43-49281 again.  Then N143Z.  In 1987 preserved at Hill AFB Museum, Utah 
although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Noted there in 1990.
49292 (MSN 15108/26553) to RAF as Dakota IV KK103.  SOC Sep 6, 1945.
49293 (MSN 15109/26554) to RAF as Dakota IV KK104.  Sold
Mar 31, 1953.  Registered G-AMYS Apr 1953.  Registration
cancelled Jun 12, 1953 when sold to Central African Airways, registered as VP-YKO.
Crash landed after takeoff from Salisbury when pilot suspected an onboard fire.
Propellers separated and penetrated the flight cockpit, killing the flight
engineer.  Aircraft had 21 passengers and 5 crew, 1 crew killed.
49294 (MSN 15110/26555) to RAF as Dakota IV KK105.  Transferred to
Greek AF Mar 27, 1947
49295 (MSN 15111/26556) to RAF as Dakota IV KK106.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 27, 1954.  Retired to MASDC on August 10, 1969
49296 (MSN 15112/26557) to RAF as Dakota IV KK107.  Returned to
USAAF May 9, 1947
49297 (MSN 15113/36558) to US Navy as BuNo 50788.
49298 (MSN 15114/26559) to RAF as Dakota IV KK108.  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
49299 (MSN 15115/26560) to RAF as Dakota IV KK109.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 8, 1947.
49300 (MSN 15116/26561) to RAF as Dakota IV KK110.  Ditched in river
5 mi S of Khulna, India (now in Bangladesh) Apr 10, 1945 after running out of
fuel in bad weather.  Must have been repaired, since to Societe
Transatlantique Airienne as F-BEIB.  Oct 15, 1948 to Ste Du Comptoir
Saigonnais De Ravitaillement.   Sep 6, 1949 to Societe De Transports Aeriens
en Extreme Orient (STAEO).  Shot down on takeoff by Communist guerillas
at Phan Thiet, Vietnam May 4, 1952.
49301 (MSN 15117/26562) to RAF as Dakota IV KK111.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
49302 (MSN 15118/26563) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50789.
49303 (MSN 15119/26564) to RAF as Dakota IV KK112.  DBR when overshot
landing with one engine out, ran into ditch and undercarriage
collapsed, Hmawbi Jan 25, 1946
49304 (MSN 15120/26565) to RAF as Dakota IV KK113.  Returned to
USAAF May 29, 1947.
49305 (MSN 15121/26566) to RAF as Dakota IV KK114.  SOC Feb 1, 1952.
49306 (MSN 15122/26567) to RAF as Dakota IV KK115.  SOC Aug 30, 1945. 
49308 (MSN 15124/26569) to RAF as Dakota IV KK116.  To civil registry as G-AMPY 
Mar 8, 1952.  TO JY-ABE (originally wore JY-AAE in error) then
back to G-AMPY.  Then to TF-FIO, than back to G-AMPY again.
To N15751, then back to G-AMPY yet again.  Was to have become
EI-BKJ in 1981 but remained G-AMPY.  Still current on
UK civil registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
49309 (MSN 15125/26570) to RAF as Dakota IV KK117.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To G-ANZF, to Burma AF as UBT-713 (Sep 1, 1955) reserialed 5713.
49310 (MSN 15126/26571) to RAF as Dakota IV KK118.  Remains found
20 mi S of Binhli Sep 6, 1945.  Aircraft had broken up
while flying in cloud between Hmwabi and Bangkok.
49311 (MSN 15127/26572) to RAF as Dakota IV KK119.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
49313 (MSN 15129/26574) to RAF as Dakota IV KK120.  Missing in
cloud between Changi and Saigon Feb 26, 1947.  Wreckage not
found.
49314 (MSN 15130/26575) to RAF as Dakota IV KK121.  Crash landed
six miles ESE of Chiringa Mar 29, 1945 after both engines failed.
49315 (MSN 15131/26576) to RAF as Dakota IV KK122.  Flew into hill
in bad visibility, Ischia, Italy Mar 8, 1947
49316 (MSN 15132/26577) to RAF as Dakota IV KK123.  Stalled and
crashed while attempting to fly over hills after engine
failed during supply drop mission, Tosido Oct 6, 1945.
49318 (MSN 15134/26579) to RAF as Dakota IV KK124.  SOC May 30, 1946
49319 (MSN 15135/26580) to RAF as Dakota IV KK125.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49320 (MSN 15136/26581) to RAF as Dakota IV KK126.  Wrecked when
struck while parked by Beaufighter KW404, Maunubyin Mar 14, 1945.
49321 (MSN 15137/26582) to RAF as Dakota IV KK127.  Registered G-AMZS
May 27, 1953 then became SN-AAI of Sudan Airways.  Then
became ST-AAI.  Was going to become G-AZDG Aug 1971 but in
fact reverted to G-AMZS.  Was to have become 5N-AFJ, but
instead became N7CA.  British registration cancelled
Jan 4, 1973.
49322 (MSN 26583) to US Navy as 50793
49323 (MSN 26584) to RAF as Dakota IV KK128.  SOC Feb 27, 1950
49324 (MSN 26585) to RAF as Dakota IV KK129.  SOC Sep 30, 1957.
49325 (MSN 26586) to RAF as Dakota IV KK130.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49326 (MSN 26587) to RAF as Dakota IV KK131.  SOC Feb 10, 1950
49328 (MSN 26589) to RAF as Dakota IV KK132.  Returned to USAF Oct 4, 1948.
49330 (MSN 26591) converted to AC-47D.  Destroyed in ground attack
at Binh Thuy AB Mar 16, 1968.
49331 (MSN 26592) to AC-47D.  To EC-47D and then to Republic of China AF
49332 (MSN 26593/15148) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50795.
49333 (MSN 26594) to VC-47D with US Embassy in Lisbon.  To MASDC Aug 19, 1969
49334 (MSN 26595) damaged Mar 26, 1947 Andrews Fd, MD  (taxi accident)..  To MASDC
49335 (MSN 26596)  to MASDC
49336 (MSN 15152/26597, VC-47B) in 1987 preserved at Chanute Technical Training Center, Chanute 
AFB, Illinois although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Still at Chanute AFB (now the Octave 
Chanute Aerospace Museum), Rantoul, Illinois September 2003
49337 (MSN 26598) to Navy as BuNo 50796
49338 (MSN 26599) with 7350th Combat Support Group in Mar 1967 and retired to MASDC on Jul 25, 1968.  At Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL
49339 converted to AC-47D. Later to South Vietnam AF
49340 (MSN 26601) by 1955 was PP-CDV of Sercicor Aereos Cruziero do Sul.
49341 (MSN 26602) to N87658 (Ntu), to spares at Ryan Fd, AZ
49343 (MSN 26604)  w/o 13 Mar 1952 reportedly w/o
49344 converted to VC-47D, to Cambodia AF May 28, 1973.
49346 (MSN 15162/26607) to Spanish AF as T.3-18
49348 (MSN 15164/26609) to MASDC Nov 20, 1964.  To Colombian AF under MAP Apr 16, 1965
49349 (MSN 26610) to Paraguayan AF as T-75, reserialled to FAP-2018 in 1980.
49350 (MSN 15166/26611) to Spanish AF as T.3-11
49351 (MSN 15167/26612) to N404US, then N404U, then N13MA.  WFU in Mexico.
49352 (MSN 15168/26613) to US Navy as 50799
49353 (MSN 15169/26614) to Argentine AF as Ta-06 (Apr 1966) reserialled TC-36 (Dec 1973)
49354 (MSN 26615) to AC-47
49355 (MSN 26616, VC-47B): In 1987 preserved at Air Park, Charleston AFB, SC painted 
as '2100972', although nominally on charge of USAFM
49356 (MSN 26617) to Royal Laotian AF as 49356 Aug 10, 1956.  WFU 1982 (?)
49358 (MSN 26619) to MASDC Mar 23, 1972
49359 (MSN 26620) damaged Apr 20, 1948 Langley Afb, VA  (ground accident).  To MASDC
49360 (MSN 15176/26621) to Spanish AF as T.3-23
49361 (MSN 15177/26622) damaged Aug 30, 1951 Peterson Fd, OH  (taxi accident)
49362 (MSN 26623) to Uruguayan AF as 510 May 31, 1963
49363 (MSN 26624) to Navy as BuNo 50801
49365 (MSN 26626) crashed in Sandia Mountains of New Mexico 15 mi NE of Albuquerque Nov 16, 1944.
Aboard were a pilot and 11 passengers enroute from Wichita KS to Long Beach, CA.  Pilot and
six passengers were killed.
49366 (MSN 26627) to MASDC May 23, 1972.  At Chanute AFB.
49367 (MSN 26628) w/o Jan 10, 1961 Taif AB, Saudi Arabia
49369 (MSN 15185/ 26630) With Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) Libya in Aug 1968 and retired to MASDC on
May 16, 1970
49370 (MSN 26631) w/o in landing accident Feb 27, 1956 Hopkinsville-Ft Campbell AAF, Kentucky
49371 (MSN 26632) damaged Nov 6, 1950 Randolph Afb, Tx  (grd accident).  To MASDC
49372 (MSN 26633) damaged Apr 1, 1946 Godman Fd, Kty  (grd accident)
49373 (MSN 26634)  to Khmer AF on Sep 22, 1970 as ‘349373’
49375 (MSN 26636)  damaged Feb 14, 1946 Ellington Fd, Tx  (taxi accident)
49376 (MSN 15192/26637) to RAAF as A65-65 (VH-CUV).  To PNG Defence Force 1981 as P2-006.
Crashed at Nadzap, PNG Nov 18, 1987 after engine lost power
on takeoff and while attempting a wheels-up landing a wing was
ripped off and aircraft was damaged beyond repair.  All occupants
survived.
49377 (MSN 15193/26638) to RAAF as A65-67 (VH-CUX) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Aug 1975 as 
P2-003
49378 (MSN 26639) to RAAF as A65-66 (VH-CUW).  Damaged 12/1950 and scrapped.
49379 (MSN 26640) to RAAF as A65-64 (VH-CUU).  Withdrawn 12/1979.  Located at Wagga until
moved to Tocumwal for museum which is to be located there.
49380 (MSN 26641) to RCAF as Dakota 979.  Renumbered 12959 in 1970.
49381 (MSN 26642) to RCAF as Dakota 982, later as 15197. 
49382 (MSN 26643) to RCAF as Dakota 981.  Renumbered 12960 in 1970. To C-FQNF with Central Mountain Air
Services of British Columbia.  Crashed Apr 4, 1991
49383 (MSN 26644) to RCAF as Dakota 980.  w/o May 6, 1952, Frobisher Bay
49384 (MSN 26645) w/o Jan 10, 1951 in crash 235 mi W of Albuquerque, New Mexico due to engine failure.   Crew bailed out.
49385 (MSN 15201/26646) to Italian AF as MM61816
49386 (MSN 15202/26647) damaged Dec 16, 1945 Brockley Fd, AL  (ground accident)
49387 (MSN 26648) to AC-47.  To Philippine AF as AC-47D 349387 named "The Pathfinder" and noted at Nichols AB,
Manila in 1980.
49388 (MSN 26649) to RNZAF as NZ3528.  By 1954 was ZK-AYZ of New
Zealand National Airways
49389 (MSN 26650) to RNZAF as NZ3529
49390 (MSN 26651) to RNZAF as NZ3530
49402 (MSN 26663) destroyed by Japanese demolition team May 24, 1945 at Okinawa-Yontan Airfield.
49403 (MSN 26664)(144th ATS(L)/AK ANG) crashed 4 mi from Gustavus,
Alaska Nov 23, 1957 while attempting an instrument landing
during light snowfall.  SOC the next day.  7 passengers
survived but the 4 crewmembers died.
49404 (MSN 26665) 
49405 (MSN 26666) was assigned to 8th Army for General Maxwell Taylor,
and often used as a backup for Syngman Rhee's aircraft.  To Bolivian AF as TAM-16
49406 (MSN 15222/26667) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6165 in Jun 1961.  W/o May 10, 1968
when destroyed by fire at Lourenco Marques, Mozambique.
49408 (MSN 25224/26669) damaged Apr 23,  1956 Grenier Afb, Nh-struck hangar on  t/off-later to N7868B
49409 VC-47D MSN 26670. With 513th Tactical Air Wing at RAF
Mildenhall in July 1967. Retired to MASDC on May 2, 1970.
49411 (MSN 15227/26672) to MASDC Jan 26, 1970, on Apr 23, 1970 to McClellan AB  
49413 (MSN 15229/26674) w/o in takeoff accident Dec 27, 1951 Itazuke AB, Japan
49414 (MSN 15230/26675).  To civil registry as I-TROS, then VH-BNH "Barracamba"
of Butler Air Transport, then N55L.  Next 
to Catalina Pacific Airline until 1963.  To Continental Air Service (CASI) in 
Laos.  Crashed as Air Alliance (3J) at Phnom Penh, Cambodia Feb 14, 1971.
49415 (MSN 15231/26676) by Aug 1964 was operated by Pacific Northern
Airlines as N49319.
49416 (MSN 15232/26677) w/o 24 Oct 24, 1948 crash on approach-Rantoul-Chanute AB, IL (struck building in fog-3 lost & 18 ok)
49418 (MSN 15234/26679) to French AF.  Converted to AC-47D by
South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.To Thai AF 1957.  W/o Nakhon
Phanom Dec 13, 1967 when crashed on takeoff after being stolen
by inebriated US airman.
49420 VC-47D MSN 26681. With 513th Tactical Air Wing at RAF
Mildenhall in April 1970. Retired to MASDC on May 26, 1971.
49421 (MSN 26682) by 1954 was PP-YQH of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL.  There is
a report that this was converted to AC-47D and was lost
NE of Bien Hoa AB Sep 1, 1969.
49422 (MSN 26683) to civilian registry as NC67797. Sold to Inmobiliaria Santa Helena of Brazil as 
PP-XCJ. Sold to VASD as PP-SDF. Sold to Via Lactea Transportes Aereos as PP-AAA. 
Sold to Linha Aerea Transcontinental Brasileira as PP-ATJ. Sold to REAL as 
PP-YQH. Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-320. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAK-568 and later re-registered OB-R-568. W/o Chachapoyas, Peru Nov 30, 1966
49423 (MSN 26684) converted to AC-47D
49425 (MSN 26686) to MASDC.  On Jan 67, 1967 to Air International Corporation for MAP
49426 (MSN 26687) to N86457, to Khymer AF as 349426
49427 (MSN 26688) to Navy as BuNo 50808
49429 (MSN 26690) on civil registry as N6544V.
49431 (MSN 15247/26692) converted to SC-47B.  To US civil registry as N86449.  To Spanish AF as T.3-49 and to 
G-BFPU with Warbirds of Great Britain Limited at Blackbushe, Surrey, England Sep 7, 1978. but destroyed Dec 11, 1978.
49433 (MSN 26694) to Khymer AF as 349433 Sep 24, 1970. W/o Oct 1973 at Ponchengton, Cambodia
49435 (MSN 26696) to B-1407, XW-PAD Leased to Air Laos May 12, 1960 and w/o Dec 15, 1960.
49438 (MSN 26699) to MASDC
49439 (MSN 26700) w/o in landing accident Oct 8, 1947 Sawmill Bay, Canada
49440 (MSN 26701) w/o Oct 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
49441 (MSN 26702) damaged Jun 24, 1946 Great Falls, AAB, MT  (taxi accident).
Damaged Jul 27, 1948 Lowry AB, CO  (ground accident).  To MASDC Dec 30, 1969
49442 (MSN 26703, C-47J) to US Navy as 50811.  
49443 (MSN 26704) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946 as XT-T32.  To Chile as CC-CBW and
noted derelict outside Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Santiago Mar 2010.  In 2012 was preserved
in good state. 
49444 (MSN 15260/26705) to N49466
49445 (MSN 15261/26706) damaged Dec 2, 1951 Goose Bay Afb, Labrador.  (grd accident) 
49446 (MSN 15262/26707) assigned to US Army Advisory Group, Nanking, China.  FLC sale to China.
49447 (MSN 15263/26708) to Navy as BuNo 50812
49448 (MSN 15264/26709) damaged Mar 11, 1945 Chungking, China  (taxi accident)
49449 (MSN 15265/26710) apparently condemned Apr 20, 1946, believed
following attempted forced landing.  Must have been repaired,
since to Indian Airlines as VT-CEN.  To Indian AF as BJ921.
49450 (MSN 15266/26711) damaged Oct 28, 1947 Augusta, ME  (taxi accident)
49451 (MSN 15267/26712) crashed at Chanyi, China Jan 19, 1945.
49453 (MSN 15269/26714) to RAF as Dakota IV KK133.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 12, 1952.  NEIAF as X-10 from
1953 to 1962.  To Philippines
49454 (MSN 15270/26715) to RAF as Dakota IV KK134.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 9, 1953.  To Madagascar as 5R-MMD
49455 (MSN 15271/26716) to RAF as Dakota IV KK135.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 9, 1953.
49456 (MSN 15272/26717) transferred to RAF as Dakota IV KK136.  To Scottish Aviation as
G-AMPP Mar 1952.  Used for trooping with temporary RAF serial XF756.  Grounded Feb 1971
and displayed at Lasham, UK painted as G-AMSU.  To EuroDisney near Paris in 1993.
Now at Wings of Liberation Museum at Best, Netherlands for restoration in USAAF colors.
49457 (MSN 15273/26718) to US Navy as BuNo 50814.
49458 (MSN 15274/26719) to RAF as Dakota IV KK137.  Transferred to
BOAC as G-AGNB Jan 26, 1945.  Became YI-GNB, then G-AGNB
again, registration G-AGNB cancelled Feb 1, 1950 on sale
as VR-AAF.
49459 (MSN 15275/26720) to RAF as Dakota IV KK138.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 18, 1953.
49460 (MSN 15276/26721) to RAF as Dakota IV KK139.  Transferred
to BOAC as G-AGNE Feb 14, 1945.  Registration cancelled
Nov 21, 1949 on sale as VP-KHN.  To French AF as 15276
49461 (MSN 15277/26722) to RAF as Dakota IV KK140.  Missing between
Patenga and Allahabad Aug 3, 1945.
49462 (MSN 15278/26723) to RAF as Dakota IV KK141.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 16, 1953.
49464 (MSN 15280/26725) to RAF as Dakota IV KK142.  Transferred to
BOAC as G-AGND Jan 26, 1945.  Registration cancelled Jan 4, 1961
on sale as VP-BBT.
49465 (MSN 15281/26726) to RAF as Dakota IV KK143.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946 as Dakota IV KK143.
49466 (MSN 15282/26727) to RAF as Dakota IV KK144.  SOC Mar 18, 1948.
49467 (MSN 15283/26728) to RAF as Dakota IV KK145.  To BOAC as G-AGNC Jan 26, 1945.  To 
Aer Lingus as EI-ADX Jun 4, 1945.  Restored as G-AGNC Sep 1948.  To F-OAFR Apr 4, 1949
operated by Air Outre-Mer.
W/o Feb 3, 1953 at Mung Sai, Laos when destroyed by shelling. 18 killed.
49468 (MSN 15284/26729)  to RAF as Dakota IV KK146.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 12, 1953. 
49469 (MSN 15285/26730) to RAF as Dakota IV KK147.  SOC Feb 22, 1950
49470 (MSN 15286/26731) to RAF as Dakota IV KK148.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 12, 1948. 
49471 (MSN 15287/26732) to RAF as Dakota IV KK149.  Registered G-AMZX 
May 29, 1953, registration cancelled Sep 14, 1953 on sale to
Sudan Airways as SN-AAG.
49472 (MSN 26733) to US Navy as R4D-6 50816.
49473 (MSN 15289/26734) to RAF as Dakota IV KK150.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 24, 1974.
49474 (MSN 15290/26735) to RAF as Dakota IV KK151.  To civil registry as G-AMRA
Mar 8, 1952.  Carried out trooping work using serial XE280, a temporary
military identity to avoid possible diplomatic pitfalls. Registration
G-AMRA still current as of Apr 7, 2008, with Atlantic Airlines
of Coventry.  Used for pleasure flights and charters, but new EU regulations requiring that all passenger-
carrying airliners must have all modern safety devices will
ground the C-47.
49475 (MSN 15291/26736) to RAF as Dakota IV KK152.  SOC Feb 16, 1950
49476 (MSN 15292/26737) to RAF as Dakota IV KK153.  SOC Feb 10, 1950
49477 (MSN 15293/26738) to RAF as Dakota IV KK154.  Crash landed at
Blakehill Farm Jan 14, 1946 when wrong propeller was feathered
during takeoff on training flight.
49478 (MSN 15294/26739) to RAF as Dakota IV KK155.  SOC Feb 21, 1950
49479 (MSN 15295/26740) to RAF as Dakota IV KK156.  Transferred to
Greek AF Sep 14, 1949.  Still flying with
Greek AF in 2005.  (AFM 11/2005)
49480 (MSN 15296/26741) to RAF as Dakota IV KK157.  SOC Feb 7, 1950.
49481 (MSN 15297/26742) to RAF as Dakota IV KK158.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 21, 1953.
49482 (MSN 15298/26743) to RAF as Dakota IV KK159.  Transferred to
SAAF as 6870 Oct 1945.
49483 (MSN 15299/26744) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK160, but 
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
49484 (MSN 15300/26745) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK161,
but diverted to SAAF as 6851, no RAF service
49485 (MSN 15301/26746) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK162, but
diverted to SAAF as 6850, no RAF service.
49486 (MSN 15302/26747) damaged Jun 14, 1945 Kunming, China  (ground accident)
49489 (MSN 15305/26750) missing near Peishiyi, China Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12037
49490 (MSN 15306/26751) w/o Dec 23, 1945 near Bourneville, Oklahoma
49491 (MSN 26752) converted to EC-47P.
49492 (MSN 26753) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down Dec 17, 1965 on
transport mission from Tan Son Nhut to Phan Rang AB.  9 KIA.
49494 (MSN 26755) w/o Jun 27, 1957 reportedly w/o
49495 (MSN 26756) to AC-47D.  Later to South Vietnam AF, then to Philippine AF
49496 (MSN 26757) w/o May 17, 1950 in landing accident Aurora-Lowry AB, Colorado.
49497 (MSN 26758) to Philippine AF
49498 (MSN 26759) to El Salvador AF as 105 Sep 1967.
49499 (MSN 26760) to AC-47D.  Destroyed in ground attack at Binh
Thuy AB Sep 29, 1968.
49500 (MSN 15316/26761) damaged Jul 24, 1948 Grenier AB, NH
49501 (MSN 15317/26762)
49502 (MSN 15318/26763) to N6082C
49504 (MSN 15320/26765) to Honduras AF as FAH 307 Jun 1968.
49505 (MSN 15321/26766) On May 30, 1974 to El Salvador AF as ‘108’
49507 (MSN 26768) transferred to WPAFB Museum (painted as C-47A 43-15174).  Was last C-47 in USAF service; 
landed at WPAFB Jun 30, 1975 on delivery to USAFM with 20821 hours total time.
49509 (MSN 26770) w/o Dec 9, 1947, Langley Field, Virginia
49510 (MSN 26771) to MASDC
49511 (MSN 15327/26772) w/o Oct 18, 1956  reportedly w/o
49512 (MSN 15328/26773) to Spanish AF as T.3-21 Nov 1957 and w/o Dec 9, 1965.
49514 (MSN 26775) to Fuerza Aerea Colombiana as 1124.  Sold as HK-3177  As HK-3177 operated by Interandes crashed
on May 15, 1991.
49515 (MSN 26776) w/o Jul 27, 1954
49516 (MSN 26777) converted to AC-47D.  to Vietnam AF, then to Khymer AF May 1974, escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975, to Royal Thai AF from Khymer AF as L2-43/18 Sep 9, 1975.  Noted at the Royal Thai 
Police Museum, Bangkok, mounted above the gate house and marked as ‘219789’. Last noted 2012.
49517 (MSN 26778) converted to AC-47D. To South Vietnam AF, later to
Colombian AF.
49518 (MSN 26779) to MASDC
49520 (MSN 26781) to EC-47B then to AC-47B. W/o 19 Sep 1967 reportedly w/o
49521 (MSN 26782)  to MASDC May 7, 1970
49522 (MSN 26783)  damaged Apr 27, 1946 (grd accident)  Naples.  To N87632
49523 (MSN 26784) damaged Dec 28, 1947 Nome, AK  (force landing-out of fuel)
49524 (MSN 26785) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To South Vietnam AF
49525 (MSN 26786) damaged Jul 1, 1951 Kirtland AFB, NM  (t/off accident).  To MASDC
49526 (MSN 26787) delivered from Douglas Aircraft, Long Beach, CA
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
Langley Field, VA Jan 18, 1946 to Oct 18, 1971.  Registered as NACA 501
Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Oct 18, 1971
Registered as NASA 636.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Registered as NASA 827.  Registered as N827NA Mar 1, 1972, cancelled Jan 17, 1985
Preserved by the National Museum of the US Air Force
On loan to and displayed by the Fairchild AFB Heritage Airpark, Spokane, WA
[Is, or has been, marked as ‘315174’]
49527 (MSN 26788) w/o Apr 15, 1951 in crash 6 mi N of Solano, California
49528 (MSN 26789) to N62083
49529 (MSN 26790) w/o Nov 9, 1950 in landing accident at Kenai AP, Alaska.
49530 (MSN 26791) while attached to 62nd TCG, 4th TCS w/o Apr 12, 1945
when it was one of 5 parked aircraft struck by landing B-17 44-6756 in Italy.
49531 (MSN 26792) on civil registry as N215CM
49533 (MSN 15349/26794) to Argentine AF as TC-35.  To Chilean civil registry as CC-CLL, later CC-PLU.
Registered LV-BEH Mar 2006.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49534 (MSN 26795) crashed on finals Berlin, West Germany Jul 25, 1948.  2 killed.
Flew into a block of flats while on approach to Tempelhof.
49537 This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49539 (MSN 15355/26800) to Italian AF as MM61815
49540 (MSN 26801) crashed near Baden-Baden, Germany on April 7, 1969.
49542 (MSN 26803) to N94448
49543 (MSN 26804) damaged Jun 17, 1945 Birmingham AAF, AL  (taxi accident).  To Bolivian AF as TAM-15, to CP-1417, wfu at Cochabamba
49544 (MSN 26805) to MASDC Apr 19, 1969
49545 (MSN 26806) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958.  Allocated to Lopburi
for display in 1988 and there since 1989.
49546 (MSN 26807) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in Laos May 15, 1966.  10 KIA
49547 (MSN 26808) converted to EC-47P. Crash-landed in lake after takeoff from Ubon RTAFB,
Thailand Feb 18, 1967.  Crew suffered some injuries. 
49549 (MSN 26810) w/o Mar 6, 1955 Clinton, IA
49550 (MSN 26811)  to PI-C567
49553 (8th ARS, 3094th Composite Wing) left Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs Dec 10, 1952 bound for
Stead AFB, NV.  Crashed into Ruby Mountains near Elko, NV.  5 crew and one passenger killed.
49554 (MSN 26815) damaged Jul 10, 1945  CBI
49556 (MSN 26817) to MASDC Nov 7, 1969
49557 (MSN 26818) by 1955 was PP-CDD of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul.
49558 (MSN 26819) to civilian registry as NC62035. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAV-223. 
W/o Mt. Carpish, Huanuco, Peru Feb 10, 1949.
49561 (MSN 26822) w/o 11 Aug 1951 reportedly w/o
49562 (MSN 26823) to civil registry as PP-VBK.  Now at Museu de Armas e Veiculos
Motorizados Antigos, Babeduoro, Brazil.
49564 (MSN 26825) to Paraguayan AF as 5-55, reserialled to FAP-2025 in 1980.
49567 (MSN 26828) to N87661, then CF-AAL with Austin Airways Ltd of Timmins, Ontario.  Later w/o Nov 9, 1969
49570 (MSN 26831) converted to EC-47Q.  To Republic of Korea AF Jun 12, 1975, currently (Oct 2005) stored at
Seoul Air Base.
49571 (MSN 26832) to CNRRQA Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China as 571.  Broken up Mar 1947(?)
49572 (MSN 26833) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF Jan 29, 1971. 
49577 (MSN 26838) lost Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12041.
49579 (MSN 26840) w/o Mar 12, 1945 , reportedly w/o
49581 (MSN 15397/26842) to Indian Air Lines as VT-CYF, to Indian AF as BJ622.
Destroyed Dec 15, 1971 in an accident at Machuka, India.
49582 (MSN 15398/26843) damaged Feb 2, 1946 Lincoln AAF, NE.  Damaged Oct 24, 1952 San Francisco, CA  (taxi accident)
49593 (MSN 15409/26854) to RAF as Dakota IV KK163.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 2, 1953.  To Madagascar as 5R-MMC
49594 (MSN 15410/26855) to RAF as Dakota IV KK164.  Returned to
USAAF May 10, 1947.  To Chadian AF in 1961 as 49594/TT-LAA
49595 (MSN 15411/26856) to RAF as Dakota IV KK165.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 28, 1947
49596 (MSN 15412/26857) to RAF as Dakota IV KK166.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 28, 1947.  To S. A. Air Nolis Mar 1948 as F-BEIH.  W/o Jan 30, 1950 Le Treport, France operated by Air Nolis.
49597 (MSN 15413/26858) to RAF as Dakota IV KK167.  Dove into ground
30 mi E of Kyaukpyu in bad weather Jun 8, 1945.
49598 (MSN 15414/26859) to RAF as Dakota IV KK168.  SOC Mar 2, 1948
49599 (MSN 15415/26860) to RAF as Dakota IV KK169.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  Transferred to
Royal Hellenic AF Mar 27, 1947.  Data plate and RHAF serial "exchanged" with 44-77072 at Athens
ca 1955.  WFU in 1979 and delivered to 134 PTE at Tatoi, Greence for use as ground instructional
aircraft.  To Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Greece Apr 1995.  Stored.
49600 (MSN 15416/26861) to RAF as Dakota IV KK170.  DBR when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Sentinels, Maunubyin Mar 25, 1945.
49601 (MSN 15417/26862) to RAF as Dakota IV KK171.  Transferred
to Greek AF Mar 27, 1947
49602 (MSN 15418/26863) to RAF as Dakota IV KK172.  Belly landed
near Trat, Thailand in bad weather Sep 25, 1945. SOC Mar 4, 1946
as beyond repair.
49603 (MSN 15419/26864) to RAF as Dakota IV KK173.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49604 (MSN 15420/26865) to RAF as Dakota IV KK174.  Then to Belgian AF as K22
Jan 15, 1947 (call sign OT-CNL) then to French AF as 349604.  To F-WSGU, to N18263.
49605 (MSN 15421/26866) to RAF as Dakota IV KK175.  Flew into hill
in cloud 4 mi SE of Kyaukpyu during supply dropping mission
Jun 20, 1945.
49606 (MSN 15422/26867) to RAF as Dakota IV KK176.  By 1955 was VR-SDH of 
Malayan Airways Ltd as VR-SCQ
49607 (MSN 15423/26868) to RAF as Dakota IV KK177.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Orient Airways as AP-AEI, later
to Pakistan International Airlines, then reregistered as AP-AJT, to Air
Taxi Company as EP-AGZ.  W/o Apr 13, 1970 at Ahwaz Airport, Iran when
stalled on takeoff.  Left wing hit the ground, causing the plane to
slide off the runway.  Both engines caught fire.
49608 (MSN 15424/26869) to RAF as Dakota IV  KK178.  To Belgian AF as K20
(call sign OT-CNK) Jan 15, 1947, then to French AF as 49608.  To Cameroun AF as TJ-XAL
49609 (MSN 15425/26870) to RAF as Dakota IV KK179.  Wrecked when
swung on landing and struck Dakota KN233, Cox's Bazaar
May 9, 1945.
49610 (MSN 15426/26871) to RAF as Dakota IV KK180.  Destroyed by
fire after running out of fuel in bad weather and striking
bund in attempted forced landing, Yaping, China May 20, 1945.
49611 (MSN 15427/26872) to RAF as Dakota IV KK181.  Transferred to
Greek AF Mar 27, 1947.
44-23049 ... 44-23058
Fairchild C-82A-30-FA Packet
MSN 10093/10102
23049 (MSN 10093)
23050 (MSN 10094) flew in film Operation Haylift in 1950.  To civilian registry as N5113B in 1957, then to
XH-143-P in Honduras, then to TG-DAC-79 with Transportes Aereos Guatemalecos.  Scrapped
at Miami in 1972
23051 (MSN 10095) to civilian registry as N5112B.  To Transportes Aereos
Mexicanos SA as XA-LIZ
23052 (MSN 10096) to civil registry as N74048
23053 (MSN 10097) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5111B.
23054 (MSN 10098) to civilian registry as N7850B
23055 (MSN 10099) damaged Apr 17, 1951 at Kelly AB, Texas
23056 (MSN 10100) assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NASA Ames Research Center, 
NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 31, 1947 to Feb 7, 1961.  Registered as NACA 107
and later WFU. Retired to MASDC in 1961 and later scrapped there.
23057 (MSN 10101)
23058 (MSN 10102) to L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp as N2059A 1957-1969.
44-35564 ... 44-35655
Douglas A-26C-40-DT Invader
MSN 28843/28934
35565 to France in Sept 1956 as 868-C.	
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26APQ13 in June 1961.
WFU Apr 1967.  SOC Nov 21, 1967.
35566 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Jan 1963.
W/O Jan 14, 1964 in accident.
35574 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35577 used after WW II as flying testbed for 9-inch diameter V-1 style or KUW-1 Loon pulse jet engine 
suspended below bomb bay.
35580 on civil registry as N74831.
35581 (MSN 28860) to civil registry as N3485G, to CF-CXX.  To Air Spray of Canada in 1973 as C-GWJG.
Crashed near Watson Lake, Yukon Territory Jul 1, 1982.
35582 (MSN 28861) converted to RB-26C.  To Norton AFB, CA for storage.  Sold to W. B. Osborn, Jr of San Antonio,
Texas Apr 24, 1958.  To civil registry as N7659C Jun 10, 1959.  Purchased by James M. Cook of Jacksboro, Texas.
Cancelled Jun 6, 1965 as dismantled.
35583 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 583.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P in 1962.  WFU Mar 1965.  SOC Sept 16, 1965.	
35585 converted to RB-26C.  To Air America as 236 Oct 1961.  Sent to Vietnam in May 1962 with *Farm Gate*.  
Scrapped at Clark Field.
35586 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF July 1954. 
35586 to Brazil in 1957 as 5156.  Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.  Displayed at
FAB Academy in 1o/10o GAV markings.
Transferred to Parnamirim in 1987.
35590 (MSN 28869) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N3248G.  
Now with Kermit Weeks, dismantled.
35592 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1956 as 895-B.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident July 21, 1964.	
35596 (MSN 28875) to civil registry as N5636V with Hawaii Public Trade
and Instructional School, Honolulu.  By 1968 used as ground
instructional airframe at Honolulu IAP.  Acquired by USAF Museum
in 1986 and displayed at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.
35599 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 599.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P Jan 1962.  WFU May
1967.  SOC Nov 21, 1967.
35601 to civil registry as N202R with Commemorative Air Force		
35607 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 607.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P July 1961.  WFU
Feb 1966.  SOC Aug 19, 1966.  To 
Societe Carta as F-BNTN.  Scrapped
c 1970.
35608 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17660 in 1964.
35609 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Became N8030E.  
Scrapped in early 1970s.
35610 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Jul 1954.  To Brazil in 1957 as 5157.  
Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Dec 1973.
35615 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 and to civil registry as N7684C.  Later to 
Canadian civil registry as CF-HPF 
35617 (MSN 28896) converted to RB-26C.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer 
N7660C, later N600WB.  Aorcraft impounded by US Customs about
1985.  Acquired by USAF Museum in 1987.   Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.
In 1987 was at Travis AFB Museum, CA
35618 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed near K-47 due to icing May 21, 1953.  
35620 (MSN 28899) delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945.
(B-26B) to Guatemala in 1960 as FAG 404.  Preserved Mar 1963
35622 (MSN 28901) to civil registry as N9658C (ferry registration), D-BELE, D-CELE Apr 1963. Crashed at
Cotonou, Benin Nov 14, 1963
35625 to Air America as 6248 Nov 1959.  to Congo Aug 17, 1964.  W/o in Congo in 1965.
35627 delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945.  On display at Dodge City airport, Kansas
35629 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.  Exploded on
takeoff at K-2 Feb 1951.
35630 (543rd Tac Spt Gp, 162nd TRS) crashed after takeoff from 
K-2, Korea Jan 5, 1951.
35631 sold on commercial market as N91346.
To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned
at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
35632 (B-26C) to France in Dec 1956 as 935-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident on July 21, 1964.
35633 to VB-26C.  Crashlanded 10 mi W of Maxwell AFB, AL Feb 20, 1950.
35634 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17670 in 1964.
35637 (MSN 28916) to civil registry as N8040E.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict
at Tucson, AZ
35638 (MSN 28917) to civil registry as N7824B, then D-BELI Aug 1963 to 1970.
35640 (MSN 28919) became N4204A and then converted to Smith Tempo II.  Was used by NASA for Werhner von Braun.  
Converted into a research aircraft by the Desert Research Institute 
of Reno, NV and used by the University of Nevada.  Stalled due to 
icing and crashed Mar 2, 1980 in Sierra Mountains.  All aboard killed. 
35641 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35643 (RB-26C) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  Converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 N6481D, later
C-GCES, N8015H, N226RW, N626SH.  Damaged in mid 1990s in a taxiing accident.    
Now being restored to flying status in Oklahoma City by the Commemorative Air Force 
(formerly Confederate Air Force).  
35644 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35648 on display at Castle AFB museum is actually 41-39472.
35654 (RB-26C) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  
35655 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
44-64180 ... 44-64459
North American P-51H-5-NA Mustang
MSN 126-37606/37885
64181 to RAF as Mustang IV KN987.  Used for trials at Aeroplane and
Armament Experimental Establishment, no service use.  Fate unknown.
64192 to US Navy as BuNo 09064 in 1948.  Reassigned to ANG in 1952. Was at one time used by
NACA for studies of high subsonic performance. 
64265 (MSN 126-37691) was accepted by USAAF July 1945 and sent to Pinecastle AFB in Florida where
it was used as a training and familiarization aircraft.  Transferred
to Chanute AFB to be used as airframe maintenance trainer.  Officially
retired in 1949.  Was on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, Illinois.  This museum
was set to close Dec 31, 2015 and the plane was transferred to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia.
64314 reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N551H.  Was N1108H before becoming
N551H.  Flying in airshows with false tail number of 464551 (44-64551)
64328 (TP-51H, 3626 AMS, 3625 AMG) damaged in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, FL Jan 29, 1951.
64333A (1053 MS, 1050 M&S) crashed Oct 19, 1950, 1 mi W of Fuquay Springs, NC.  Pilot killed.
64335 to 101st FIS, Massachusetts ANG  in winter of 1951.
64344 (611 AAFBU) crashlanded at Eglin Field, FL May 6, 1947.
64364 (97th FS) crashed while landing at Whitehourse, Yukon Apr 9, 1948.
Pilot OK.
64375 became N67149.  Was rebuilt from a wreck salvaged from Alaska.  The
original had force landed at Steves Village and had been stripped
and deliberately destroyed
64376 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
64415 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA 
Ames Research Center Dec 18, 1946 to Apr 1961.  Registered as NACA 130
Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Now airworthy as N49WB.  Was N313H before becoming N49WB
64416 force landed at Stevens Village, Alaska and was stripped
and deliberately destroyed.
64420 loaned to US Navy for low speed performance testing Aug 1945.
45-526 ... 45-575
Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster
MSN 35979/36028
526 (MSN 35979/DO373) WFU and stored MASDC . To Dross Metals of Tucson
AZ Nov 6, 1975 and broken up
527 (MSN 35980) converted to JC-54G.  Reconverted back to C-54G.  In 1970 appeared 
in Columbia for Fuerza Aerea Colombiana (FAC) as FAC-694 based at the Columbian 
Air Base of Palanquero assigned to the Comando Aereo de Transporte Militar. 
WFU April 1998.
528 (MSN 35981) crashed into mountain near Chuka, India Nov 3, 1945.  44 killed.
529 (MSN 35982/DO376) assigned to 64th Air Resupply Squadron [ARS], Bergstrom AFB, TX 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 1, 1960 to Jun 10, 1960
Registered as NASA 231.  Assigned to Goddard Space Flight Center, MD 
WFU and stored Jan 13, 1972 as CC207 at MASDC.  To Robins
AFB, GA Feb 8 1972, to GAC, Hondo, TX, then to MAP.
530 (MSN 35983/DO377) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
as N90913, named 'Flagship Amsterdam'. Sep 1950 to sold to Pan American Airways 
as 'Clipper White Falcon'. Aug 1961 to 45-0530, WFU.  Believe to have been delivered to FAA in 1964/5 as TC-48
which disappeared Nov 1965.
531 (MSN 35984/DO378) in 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
as N90910, named 'Flagship Shannon', to Flying Tiger Lines by 1953 until 1957, back to 
45-0531, broken up
532 (MSN 35985) to US Coast Guard
533 (MSN 35986/DO380) on Aug 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered as N90912, 
named 'Flagship Washington' and then later 'Flagship Prestwick'.  May 1950 to storage as 45-0533.
To Trans Ocean Airways as N9864F, then to Air Jordan as JY-ACD. 
To Southern Air Transport as N9864F.  Lease purchase to Georgia Air. 05/70 to Epps Air 
Service, Inc. of Atlanta, GA as N888RH, next sold to Brooks Air Fuel Ltd registered 
as N898AL.  W/O April 17, 1995 after a landing incident at Kivalina, AK
534 (MSN 35987) to Pan American Airways as N88951 *Clipper Racer* in 1947.  Must have been returned to USAF
since went to MASDC as VC-54G Sep 12, 1972 and coded CC223
535 (MSN 35988) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC194 Jun 15, 1971.  To civil registry as N3303F, later C-BGNV 
with Buffalo Airways
536 (MSN 35989/DO383) delivered to USAAF Jul 19, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Oct 29, 1973 as CC253. 
Consolidated Aeronautics bought Jan 30, 1978. Aircraft Surplus Inc. bought Feb 21, 1978 reg. N54578. 
William D. Kirkconnel Inc. bought May 20, 1978. Stephen L. Ruth bought Dec 26, 1978. Impounded and stored Madrid, 
Colombia Dec 28, 1978. Broken up.
537 (MSN 35990) converted to VC-54G, then to Pan American Airways as N88953 *Clipper Ocean Rover*.  Must have been
returned to USAF since went to MASDC Jan 15, 1965.
538 (MSN 35991/DO385) delivered to USAAF Jul 21, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1973.
539 (MSN 35992) to civil registry as N2297V, then as HK-2377.  Derelict by Feb 1997.
540 (MSN 35993) to US Coast Guard
541 (MSN 35994) to MASDC as CC189 Apr 14, 1971.  To civil registry as N3376F, then sold abroad.
542 (MSN 35995) damaged Aug 12, 1945 Barrackpore, India in taxi accident. To MASDC Feb 14, 1966.  Returned to service.  
Back to MASDC as CC2347 Jun 4, 1973.  To civil registry as N81FA
543 (MSN 35996, 14th TCS, 61st TCG) crashed in bad weather at Stake House
Fell, Lancashire, England Jan 7, 1949.  All 6 onboard killed.
544 (MSN 35997) converted to VC-54G.  WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB,
AZ OCt 8, 1970.  Broken up 1973.
545 (MSN 35998) to Pan American Airways as N88952 *Clipper Australia*.
Back to USAF as 45-0545 converted to VC-54G.  To TAM-53
546 (MSN 35999) to MASDC Apr 27, 1966.  To Peruvian AF as FAP 393. Re registered as OB-R-955
547 (MSN 36000) to MASDC Nov 23, 1969.  To South Korean AF as 50547.
548 (MSN 36001/DO395) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945.  Damaged in landing accident Sep 21, 1946 Fairfield-Suisun AB,
California.  to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Attached to 1263ATS/1500ATG at Hickam AFB, HI 
had a landing accident Sep 13, 1951 at Johnston Island AFB.  WFU & stored 1973.
549 (MSN 36002) was personal aircraft of Maj Gen WilliamTunner, commander
of Combined Air Lift Task Force during Berlin Airlift.  To MASDC Mar 19, 1970.
551 (MSN 36004) to TAM-51, later CP-2292
553 (MSN 36006) to MASDC as CC203 Nov 29, 1971.
554 (MSN 36007/DO401) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
as N90914, 1948 back to 45-0554, WFU (This one is a mystery - it 
may have been used in the Bay of Pigs -April 1961
555 (MSN 36008/DC402) missing Oct 9, 1945., no further details.   Also
reported as surviving the war and going to MASDC Feb 5, 1970. 
556 (MSN 36009) to SC-54G.  To MASDC at unknown date.  Became NASA 27 then NASA 427, then to civil registry as N427NA, 
then N4958M with Aero Union Corp.  Purchased Dec 2005 by Buffalo
Airways Ltd of Yellowknife, NT and registered Mar 1, 2006 as C-FBAM.
557 (MSN 36010) flown to Berlin May 7, 1971, on loan from USAF Museum.  Was in storage at Berlin 
Tempelhof Airport.  Put on display 1988. Transferred to Deutsche Technikmuseum, Berlin
in 1992.  Displayed in poor condition at northern fence of airport, but noted in good condition
at the terminal building in 2012. 
559 (MSN 36012) to MASDC at unknown date
560 (MSN 36013) to MASDC Sep 24, 1965.
561 (MSN 36014) to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  To GAC, Victoria Jan 17, 1966, then to Colombian AF as FAC 698
562 (MSN 36015) to N95423, back to USAF as 45-0562 and converted to
VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC217 Jul 5, 1972.
563 (MSN 36016) crashed on approach near Fassberg, Germany Jan 18, 1949. 1 of 3 onboard killed.
564 (MSN 36017) to MASDC Jul 8, 1965.
565 (MSN 36018) assigned to 1604th Air Base Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1967.  to MASDC Jan 13, 1970.	
566 (MSN 36019) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2408.  To Colombian AF in 1970
567 (MSN 36020) suffered taxying accident at Luhsien, China Sep 23, 1945,
consequences not known.
568 (MSN 36021) suffered some sort of takeoff accident and subsequent
belly landing at Kunming, China Sep 22, 1945.  Consequences not
known.
569 (MSN 36022/DO 416) w/o with 234d ATS when ditched in the Atlantic Ocean off Weather
Station Echo after fuel shortage during flight from Azores (Portugal) to 
Bermuda Jan 26, 1955.  No loss of life.
570 (MSN 36023/DO417) delivered to USAAF Aug 13, 1945, To USAF Sep 18,1947.  Assigned to 1271 ATS/1701 ATW at
Great Falls AFB, Montana. On Jan 10, 1950 crashed at Kodiak AFB, Alaska after landing long on runway and ran off
the end of the runway into waters of St Paul Harbor.  6 of 28 onboard received minor injuries.
571 to Pan American Airways as N88943 *Clipper Golden Express*, then to Flying Tiger
Lines by 1953.  Later to Colombian AF as FAC 697, later FAC 1105
572 (MSN 36025) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2401.  Crashed at sea Dec 11, 1960.  8 crew killed.
573 (MSN 36026) damaged during attempted belly landing at Lashio, Burma
Nov 8, 1945.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1970.
574 (MSN 36027) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1970.
575 (MSN 36028) to Brazilian Air Force as FAB-2403, Purchased by 
CAT, leased to Air Vietnam between February 20 and August 20, 1957, 
registered as N2168. Operated from Tachikawa, Japan for Air America up until 
summer of 1961 when it again was leased to Air Vietnam. January 02, 1962 Air 
America sold it to Air Asia Co. Ltd. and registered B-1010.  Next Air Asia 
resold it to Air America on September 27, 1965 and registered as N12190. In 
1968 it was withdrawn from used and stored. 1969 it commenced operation from 
Yokota, Japan for Air America.  When Yokota closed in 1974 the aircraft was 
moved to Tainan as a spare aircraft.  Next the aircraft was scheduled on May 
8, 1975 to be delivered to the Continental US, but was sold to Air Vietnam on 
March 29, 1975 and registered as XV-NU.
45-576 ... 45-625
Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster
MSN 36029/36078
576 (MSN 36029) to US Coast Guard.  Later to civil registry as N13060, CF-KAE, then 9Q-COF
577 (MSN 36030) to B-1803
578 (MSN 36031) converted to SC-54G.  Leased to Transcontinental & Western Air 1946
Registered as N79065.  Leased to Seaboard & Western Airline Dec 19, 1947.
Returned to USAF as 45-578 Feb 2, 1954.  Registered as NASA 238
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1973
Registered as NASA 438.  Registered as N438NA to NASA 1969
Registered as N438NA to Aircraft Specialities Mar 1981.  Registered as N438NA to Globe Air Jul 9, 1981.
Registered as N438NA to Air Response Mar 13, 1986.
Registered as N438NA to Brooks Fuel Feb 18, 2010; expired Dec 31, 2013
Stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ 
579 (MSN 36032) on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
580 (MSN 36033) to MASDC Mar 16, 1970
581 (MSN 36034) to MASDC as CC190 Apr 0, 1971.
582 (MSN 36035) to MASDC as CC136 Sep 26, 1969.  To GAC, Victoria Nov 10, 1969, then FMS to Republic of Korea AF as 50582
583 (MSN 36036) to US Coast Guard.  To civil registry as 5W-FAC, then N17225, then HC-ASC, then N6299,
then CP-1090.  Reported to have been written off Jan 13, 1984.
584 (MSN 36037) to PP-BTS
585 (MSN 36038) to N95424
586 (MSN 36039/DO433) to Pan American Airways as N88955 *Clipper Hamburg*, *Clipper Oslo*, *Clipper Nonpareil*
*Clipper Stockholm*, last *Clipper Ranger*.  Returned to USAF Nov 6, 1953.
To Royal Danish AF as N586, to Air Center International as 9Q-CBE Nov 1977.
Re-registered as 9Q-CAV.  Destrpyed by fire Apr 1978 at Kinshasa, Zaire.
Cockpit and front fuselage destroyed, broken up.
Did not go to British civil registry as G-GBSK.
587 (MSN 36040) to US Coast Guard later to N4621S
588 (MSN 36041) 
589 (MSN 36042/DO436) in 1945 to N90909 for American Overseas Airlines, named 'Flagship Keflavik', then in 
1950 back to 45-0589.   Bought from Southern Air Transport for Air America/CAT in early 
Nov. 1966, further registered to Air Asia on Nov. 08, 1966.  Registered as B-1016, further
leased to China Air as B-1016.  March 7, 1974 it was to be sold to Plum International 
Travel Ltd. of Jakarta, but the deal fell through, as Plum was unable to make the final 
payment.  Resold by Air Asia to Air America and immediately to CAT to retain 
the Chinese registry of B-1016.   Departed Tainan May 08, 1975 for the 
Continental US, registration cancelled July 02, 1975.  Sale reportedly to Bird 
& Sons of Bird Air, Oakland, CA on July 10, 1975 at $60,000.  Sold to 
Bo-S-Aire Airlines, Anderson, SC as N65132 also in July.  Then re-registered 
as N74BA on Oct. 28, 1975.  Withdrawn from use and stored March 1977. 
590 (MSN 36043) to Pan American Airways as N88948 *Clipper Westward Ho*, *Clipper Frankfurt*,
*Clipper Berlin*  Must have been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Feb 1, 1970.
592 (MSN 36045) w/o Oct 1960 when crashlanded on beach at Retalhuleu, Guatemala.  Supposed to have gone to
MAP in Mar 1959 but believed to have been used by CIA in "black" operations.
593 (MSN 36046) to Spanish AF as T.4-13. later to civil registry as EC-BXL
594 (MSN 36047) to MASDC Jan 13, 1966. Returned to service Apr 25, 1967.
595 (MSN 36048) suffered landing accident at Barrackpore Nov 25, 1945,
consequences not known
596 (MSN 36049) to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 16, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC261 Jun 25, 1975.
To civil registry as N4989N, then C-BGSK.  To Buffalo Airways May 30, 2002.
Crashlanded Aug 2, 2003 short of Ulu mine landing strip in Canadian Northwest
Territories while delivering a load of fuel
597 (MSN 36050) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2409 in 1960.
598 (MSN 36051) to MASDC Aug 4, 1965
599 (MSN 36052) to South Korean AF as 50599
600 (MSN 36053) to Pan American Airways as N88959 *Clipper Live Yankee, then *Clipper Celestial*
601 (MSN 36054) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2406 in 1960.
602 (MSN 36055) crashed Aug 20, 1970 5 mi NE of Homestead AFB, FL. (ASN)
604 (MSN 36057) to Colombian AF as FAC 696
605 (MSN 36058) Assigned to 7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany [1950]
Assigned to HQ TAC, Langley AFB, VA Jan 22, 1951.    To MASDC at unknown date.
606 (MSN 36059) to Pan American Airways as N88956 *Clipper Polynesia*. Must have been returned to USAF and
converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Aug 31, 1970.
607 (MSN 36060) to Pan American Airways as N88960.  W/o Dec 22, 1958 when struck Mt Illiama, Alaska.  15 killed.
608 (MSN 36061) converted to SC-54G.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1966.  Must have been returned to service since
back to MASDC as CC224 Nov 2, 1972.  To Pan American Airways as N88957 *Clipper Oriental*.
To Aero Union as N3373F. Crashed Jul 14, 1981, Kenai, AL.
609 (MSN 36062) converted to JC-54G.  To Spain as EC-BQM, T.4-12.
610 (MSN 36063) to US Overseas Airline Nov 16, 1955 and registered as N4000A.
Ditched and w/o in a small lake after takeoff from NAS Jacksonville airport
Oct 15, 1959 due to incorrect fuel management.  Was to have gone to user in
Colombia as HP-320 but never taken up.
611 (MSN 36064) to MASDC as CC199 Aug 17, 1971.
612 (MSN 36065) loaned to Honduran AF in 1967 as 612.  Used to ferry aid from Honduras
to Vietnam.  To MASDC Jul 28, 1970
613 (MSN 36066) to MASDC as CC200 Sep 15, 1971.  To N88947
614 (MSN 36067) to US Coast Guard. To Florida Aircraft Leasing as N708Z
615 (MSN 36068) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2407 in 1960.  To Colombian AF in 1970
616 (MSN 36069) to Pan American Airways as N88946 *Clipper Argonaut*, later *Clipper Westward Ho*.   Must have
been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC Mar 30, 1970.
617 (MSN 36070) to MASDC as CC230 Dec 14, 1972.  To Pan American Airways as N88954 *Clipper Pacific Raider*, later N9065Q
618 (MSN 37071) destroyed by fire after taxying accident at Tezgaon
Mar 22, 1946
619 (MSN 36072/DO466) to Pan American Airways as N88941.  August 29, 1946 to Air Asia/CAT
registered as B-1004, March 31, 1959 then leased to Air America as B-1004.
On September 27, 1965 Air America purchased and registered it as N12191. 
Put in inactive storage Tainan October 8, 1972 until November 1973. 
On November 13, 1973 sold to Air Distribution Inc. of Honolulu registered as N404AD.
April 12, 1974 the company went bankrupt and again the aircraft was stored at Tainan 
and sold to Air Asia eventually on February 25, 1976.  Sold to E-Systems, Dallas, 
Texas in April 1978, resold to Air Distribution as 'Dena' on April 17, 1978, 
sold to Hayes Int'l Corp. on October 18, 1979, but leased back to Air Distribution 
the same day.  Sold to Pacific Air Express on December 20, 1982 and re-registered 
as N300JT.  It crashed after an engine failure on approach to Kahului, HI on June 29, 1983. 
620 (MSN 36073) to Pan American Airways as N88958 *Clipper Red Rover*, then *Clipper Derby*.
Later N9939F.  Returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC as CC219 Aug 9, 1972.
621 (MSN 36074/DO468) delivered to USAAF Oct 3, 1945.  To USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Suffered minor damage from a
mechanical failure Oct 11, 1950 while attached to 1263 ATS/1500A ATG 400 mi E of Haneda AB. WFU and stored 1973.
622 (MSN 37075/DO469) delivered to USAAF Nov 30, 1945.  To USAF Sep 18, 1947.  WFU and stored in 1973.
623 (MSN 36076/DO470) to Pan American Airways as N88942 *Clipper Bostonian*.  Leased to 
Transocean Airlines as N88942, w/o March 20 1953 when it lost 
control shortly after descending through 3500 feet in a drizzling rain while 
on approach to Oakland International Airport from Roswell, New Mexico enroute 
to the Pacific Island of Guam.  The aircraft was seen descending in a right 
wing low slipping attitude until it struck the ground near Alvardo, 
California.  The aircraft cartwheeled across an Alvarado 
barley field and disintegrated in flames.  All 35 aboard were killed.  
Investigators determined that the prevailing meteorological (weather) conditions 
probably resulted in an accumulation of ice on the aircraft's control surfaces, 
which became immobilized and caused the flight crew to lose 
control of the plane. At the time, Transocean Air Lines was the 
world's largest nonscheduled air carrier, airlifting thousands of military 
personnel and tons of supplies to Korea. It entered bankruptcy in 1962
624 (MSN 36077) converted to VC-54G.  To Nationalist Chinese AF as 50624.
625 (MSN 36078) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1966.
45-626 ... 45-637
Douglas C-54G-15-DO Skymaster
MSN 36079/36090
626 (MSN 36079/DO473) ran off runway at Harmon AFB, Newfoundland Aug 19, 1949. and came to rest in 6 feet of water with a
collapsed nosegear.  WFU and stored 1973
627 (MSN 36080) converted to VC-54G.  Leased by Pan American Airways as N88945 *Clipper Gladiator*
from April 1947 to Feb 1954.  Back to military and to MASDC as CC236 Feb 15, 1973.  
To civil registry as N811E.  Written off with Brooks Air Fuel Oct 8, 1993 while attempting
to land at Point Lay-Dew Station Airport in Alaska.  No braking action due to ice on runway
and ran off runway.
628 (MSN 36081/DO475) WFU and stored 1973
629 (MSN 36082) to MASDC as CC252 Oct 18, 1973.  To Aero Union as N4989P.  Crashed Jun 21, 1995 1 mi E of Ramona, CA.  
2 onboard killed.  Collided with Beech Baron N156Z during aerial fire suppression mission
over Anzo Borrega desert.
630 (MSN 36083/DO477) WFU and stored 1973
631 (MSN 36084/DO478) to MASDC Feb 5, 1970 from 3750 Maintenance Support
Group, Sheppard AFB, TX.  Broken up in 1973
632 (MSN 36085/DO479) WFU and stored MASDC Jun 5, 1966 from
306th BW.  Returned to service Dec 14, 1966 with 184th TFG,
McConnell AFB, KS. WFU and stored at MASDC again Dec 31, 1972 as CC234.
Purchased by Dross Metals Inc Nov 6, 1975 and broken up in 1976.
633 (MSN 36086) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC206 Jan 7, 1972.
635 (MSN 36088) to civil registry as N4218S, later C-FIQM with Buffalo Airways as *Arctic Trader*
636 (MSN 36089) to MASDC as CC240 Mar 22, 1973.  To civil registry as N54577 of Aircraft Surplus Co of Tucson, AZ, 
later N2742G with Aero Union Corp, Tanker 15.  To Buffalo Airways, Ltd of
Yellowknife, NT as C-FBAP
637 (MSN 36090) assigned to 57th Air Resupply Squadron [ARS], Wheelus AFB, Libya. 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 5, 1960 to Jun 15, 1960
Registered as NASA 232		[no evidence of registration as N232NA]
Assigned to Goddard Space Flight Center, MD 
Assigned to NASA Wallops Flight Center, Wallops Island, VA.  Registered as NASA 432 
Registered as N432NA Apr 2, 1975; cancelled Sep 4, 1977
Registered as N4958P Jan 11, 1980; cancelled May 8, 1981 on export to Canada.
Registered as C-GXKN Jun 4, 1981; current registered to Buffalo Airways.
Damaged Jan 5, 2006 when slid off the runway at Norman Wells Airport, NT after an engine fire 
and a two-engine shut down landing.
45-59485 ... 45-59491
Republic YP-84A-5-RE Thunderjet
59486 (4000 AAFBU Flight Test Division) crashed 4 mi E of Dayton, OH Jun 23, 1947
59488 assigned to NASA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field CA Dec 2, 1947 to Oct 5, 1948.
Used for aerodynamic research.
59490 assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Aug 22, 1949 to Nov 18, 1949
Registered as NACA 134. Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA Nov 18, 1949
46-62 ... 46-64
Bell XS-1
62 assigned to NACA Muroc Flight Test Unit, later the NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later 
the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  Named *Glamourous Glennis*, first aircraft to 
exceed Mach 1, flown by Charles E. Yeager Oct 14, 1947.  Now on display in National Air and Space 
Museum, Washington, DC.
63 designated X-1-2, converted to X-1E in order to pursue the goals originally set for the X-1D and X-1-3, 
both lost by explosions during 1951. Named ‘Little Joe’.  First flew on 15 December 1955
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA
Permanently grounded after its 26th flight, during November 1958, due to the discovery of structural 
cracks in the fuel tank wall.  Now on display outside NASA Armstronc Flight Research Center at Edwards 
AFB, CA
64 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA.
Destroyed Nov 9, 1951 while underneath B-50 46-006 while being defueled after landing.  B-50 also destroyed.
48-609 ... 48-617
Lockheed C-121A Constellation
MSN 749-2601/2609.  Model 749-79-36
610/614 and 617 later converted to VC-121A VIP transports.
609 (MSN 749-2601) delivered to USAF Dec 31, 1948. Damaged while attached to 1600ATG at Westover AFB, MA when 
a C-54 (44-9133) collided with it while parked on May 10, 1949. Damaged Jul 31, 1949 while attached to 
1600ABG at Westover AFB when it collided with another parked C-121A (48-615).  Retired to MASDC Mar 11, 1968.  
Bought by Christler Flying Service May 5, 1970 and used as sprayer and registered as N9464.  Reregistered
to Chandler Flying Serive Jul 10, 1970.  To Beaver Air Spray in Canada Apr 18, 1979 as C-CXKO.  To Conifair Aviation
in 1980.  Sold to John Travolta Sep 1984 and registered as N494TW.  WFU and stored Ryan Field, AZ.  
Acquired by Vern Raburn Sep 1991 and extensively restored.   Still flying as N494TW.  I
saw this plane 8-5-95 at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill.  Delivered Apr 2005 to unspecified owner in South Korea.  
Arrived at Pusan Apr 9, 2005 and repainted in Korean National Airline
colors as HL-102.  To go on static display at Jeiu IAP.  To Korean Airlines Museum, Cheju Island Apr 18, 2005.
610 named *Colombine II* while used by President-elect Eisenhower in 
1952.  Leased to Pan Am as N9907F, then N9007E where it was transferred to govt of
Thailand.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.  Retired from USAF Apr 1968.  To Christler
Flying Service as N9463.  Now registered to Columbine II of Santa Fe, NM, where
it has been parked since 1998 when it returned from an unsuccessful sale at
auction at Scottsdale, Arizona.  Seen at Marana, Arizona in 2011.  Still owned by Christler Flying Service
and still at Marana, Arizona in 2015.  They plan to restore it and returned it to flying status. 
611 retired by USAF Apr 1968.  To Kolar, Inc Jun 1971, to Aero Tech Inc Sep 1971,
to Aero Specialties equipped with spray bars and registered as N611AS.  To Globe Air
Sep 1981, to Rafael Belliard Nov 1981.  To Aerolineas Argo in Dominican Republic
as HI-393CT.   Reported derelict at Santo Domingo in 1997.
612 (MSN 749-2604) to VC-121A,then VC-121B.  retired by USAF Oct 1967.  To Christler Flying Service as N9465.  To Beaver Air Spray
as C-GXKR, then to Conifair Aviation as C-GXKR and acquired by Vern Raburn (who registered it as 
N749VR) in 1993 together with a load of C-121 spares. Restored to flying condition as 
N749NL by group from Holland.  Arrived in England Jul 25, 2002.  Since arrival in
Holland, PH-LEL and PH-FLE have been allocated but NTU.  Registration PH-LDF
has now ben reserved since Feb 25, 2004.
613 (MSN 749-2605) used by General MacArthur as *Bataan* VIP transport during the early 1950s.  Retired Jan 1966 to MASDC.
Later transferred to NASA as N422NA for support of Apollo lunar landing program.
Sent to Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker.  Transferred to Planes of Fame Air Museum,
Valle, AZ.  Scheduled to fly to Chino, California for full restoration.
614 (MSN 749-2606) was General Eisenhower's first *Colombine*.  Later used
by General Greunther of NATO.  Retired Jan 1967.  Now on display at Pima Air 
and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
615 (MSN 749-2607) delivered to USAF Feb 16, 1949.  Used by General Vandenberg, named "Dewdrop".   Damaged at 
Westover AFB, MA when another C-121A (48-0609) taxied into it while parked on Jul 31, 1949.  
In 1950 to VC-121A. To HQ SHAPE 1953 and based at Paris-Orly. To USAF Europe as VIP transport 1962.
Converted to VC-121B Jan 1967.   WFU and stored at MASDC Jul 1968.  Sold to Christler Flying Service 
May 5, 1970, registered as N9466 and converted to agricultural sprayer.  Reregistered to
Chandler Flyin Servic Jul 10, 1970.  Used in filming of "MacArthur" in 1976 and painted in SCAP
markings.  Bought by Sea Hound International Inc Dec 6, 1978 and converted int freighter.  To Aerolineas 
Argo of Dominican Republic May 1979 as HI-328.   Crashed into sea in heavy rain on final approach 
to Harry Truman Airport at St Thomas, Virgin Islands Oct 26, 1981. 3 crew killed, 2 passengers survived.
Wreckage sank in 150 feet of water the next day.
616 to Ethiopian Airlines as ET-T-35.  Crashlanded in gear-up forced landing 41 km from 
Khartoum Jul 10, 1957 due to midair engine fire.   6 crew and 14 passengers, no fatalities.
617 to VC-121A, then VC-121B, then to Christler Flying Service as N9467, then 
to Beaver Air Spray as C-GXKS.  After hydraulics failure forced the crew to make
a precautionalry landing at Riviere du Loup, Canada Jun 21, 1979, the brakes failed and 
aircraft overran the runway and was DBR.
49-879 ... 49-1006
Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
MSN 580-5029/5156.  Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
879 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
882 (81st FBW) crashed 2 mi SW of RAF Bentwaters Jan 16, 1957
883 (36th FBW) crashed at Walldrun, (West) Germany Mar 29, 1951.
884 (MSN 580-5034) to KLu in 1964 as M-48.  SOC May 5, 1972.  To N652
885 (7101st ABW) crashed 1/2 mi S of Jacobsweiler, (West) Germany
Dec 5, 1961 after collision with RCAF T-33AN 21646
while enroute from Chateauroux to Wiesbaden
905 crashed near Selfridge AFB, MI Jan 28, 1951, killing both occupants. 
Pilot was WW2 ace Major Don Gentile
910 to MASDC 
912 to MASDC
920 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Nov 27, 1957 to Sep 15, 1965.  Registered as NASA 720.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
923 (MSN 580-5073. To French AF as 90923.  To Singapore AF February 1982; ferry 
registration was F-BLUE
934 to US Navy as TO-2 BuNo 124570
938 equipped with tow line attachment on nose for towing by B-50D 49-307.
939 assigned to Warner-Robbins AFB, FL.
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 26, 1957 to Feb 3, 1958
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  To MASDC Sept 20, 1961
945 assigned 3808th  Base Flight Squadron, Maxwell AFB, AL.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 23, 1958 to Jun 27, 1959.
Assigned to Armed Forces Special Weapons Center (AFSWC), Air Research and Development 
Command (ARDC), Kirtland AFB, NM
946 (7101st ABW) crashed 4 mi NNW of Ciampino AP, Rome Jan 19, 1963
948 to MASDC
954 w/o Aug 31, 1955 in crash 26 mi SW of Atlanta, Georgia.  Pilot lost.
955 on display at VFW Post 781, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
965 crashed May 18, 1953
975 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Clark AFB, Philippines
Jul 13, 1950 after engine flamed out.  2 crew survived with injuries.
980 crashed at K-2 Mar 6, 1952.
982 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) lost Sep 6, 1952.
988 (49th FBG, HQ) crashed on landing at Taegu, Korea May 16, 1951.
993 crashed near K-14, Korea Nov 13, 1950.
998 (MSN 580-5148) to Mexican AF a JE-001.  W/op Dec 3, 1981
1000 (406th FBW) crashed into sea off Margate, England Nov 20, 1952
1001 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1002 (7206th SG) crashed at Athens AP, Greece Dec 12, 1961
1003 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1004 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Apr 22, 1963, dumped and
subsequently scrapped.
1005 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963.
1006 (MSN 580-5156) to Netherlands AF for spares use only.
50-492 ... 50-517
North American F-86D-5-NA Sabre
MSN 165-38/63
492 converted to TF-86D
493 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Aug 27, 1952 in landing at Los Angeles IAP, CA.
494 converted to JF-86D.  Damaged Dec 15, 1953 due to engine failure and forced landing at Oxnard AFB, CA
495 converted to TF-86D
496 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Aug 4, 1953 in landing at Perrin AFB, Texas
497 converted to TF-86D
498 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Apr 30, 1954 in ground accident at Eglin AFB, FL
499 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Apr 17, 1953 in takeoff accident at Eglin AFB, FL
500 converted to TF-86D
501 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 29, 1953 in landing at Tyndall AFB, Florida
502 w/o Dec 15, 1953 in fatal crash due to engine failure at Calloway, Florida
503 converted to TF-86D
504 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 7, 1952 in ground accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
505 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jan 17, 1954 due to mechanical failure 10 mi N of Crestview, FL
506 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jan 24, 1955 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
507 w/o Nov 24, 1953 in crash 2 mi NW of Greenwood, Florida
509 used as JF-86D chase plane at Edwards AFB, CA.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
Edwards AFB, CA.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 6, 1955 to Apr 3, 1956.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 
Apr 6, 1956 to Jul 12, 1960.  Registered as NACA 205.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
510 w/o May 17, 1953 in crash 4 mi SW of Albany MAP, Georgia
511 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jan 19, 1954 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
512 converted to TF-86D
513 converted to TF-86D
514 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Aug 18, 1952 in takeoff accident at Los Angeles IAP, FL
515 converted to TF-86D
516 converted to EF-86D.  W/o Sep 22, 1954 in fatal takeoff accident Eglin AFB, FL
517 converted to TF-86D
50-577 ... 50-578
North American YF-86D-NA Sabre
MSN 164-1/2
577 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
Center Jun 26, 1952 to Feb 15, 1960.  Registered as NACA 149.  Used for aerodynamics research.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations. 
Modified for variable stability use 
50-579 ... 50-638
North American F-86E-1-NA Sabre
MSN 170-1/60
579 first flight Sep 23, 1950.  Bailed back to North American Aviation for tests.
580 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 8, 1952 to Apr 18, 1952.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Returned to USAF same month.
581 w/o at Ladd AFB, Alaska Jan 17, 1952 ??
582 converted to JF-86E.  With 2759th EW, w/o in California Oct 30, 1952.
583 to Air Force Armament Center at Eglin AFB, Florida.  To 3200th PTG May 1951.
584 w/o at Griffiss AFB, New York Aug 21, 1951
585 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Jan 15, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
586 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 1, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
587 crashed near Fairborn, Ohio Jun 5, 1951.  Also reported as being lost to enemy action in Korea
588 (2759th EW)
589 converted to F-86G.  Crashed near Niceville, Florida Apr 10, 1951
590 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine flamed out S of Mizu, Korea.  Pilot bailed out and was MIA.
591 (16th FIS, 51st FIG)
592 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 2, 1952, pilot bailed out and was rescued.
593 on display at VFW Post 1798, Tulia, Texas
594 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by enemy fire and crashed into Yellow Sea off Korea Jun 7, 1952. Pilot rescued.
595 (156th FIS, North Carolina ANG) crashed near Concord, North Carolina Aug 9, 1958
596
597 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 N of Cho-do, Korea Jul 12, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and rescued.
598 (16th FIS, 51st FIG)
599 converted to EF-86E.  W/o in Ohio Mar 12, 1952
600 formerly at Freedom Park, Charlotte, NC.  Later to Charlotte Airport, North Carolina.  Recovered from a dump 
and put in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
601
602 (16th FIS, 51st FIG) damaged by MiG Apr 2, 1952.
603 w/o at Van Nuys Airport, California Apr 21, 1951  ??
604 (15th FIG, 16th FIS) damaged by MiG, crashlanded on Cho-do, Korea Mar 11, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
605 w/o at Edwards AFB, California Apr 25, 1951  ??
606 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
Center Jun 30, 1955 to Nov 1959.  Registered as NACA 157.  Modified for variable stability use
607 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by AAA Mar 31, 1953, pilot bailed out near Cho-do, Korea, rescued.
608 (56th FIW) w/o at Eglin AFB, Florida Jan 5, 1951 ??
609 (4th FIG) w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Sep 19, 1951 ??
610 (60th FIS) flew into terrain during simulated combat training and crashed 3 mi ENE of
Ludlow Center, Massachusetts Sep 2, 1952.
611 w/o in Connecticut Aug 5, 1952
612 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s Jan 11, 1952.  Pilot MIA
613 (51st FIG, then to 58th FIS, 33rd FIG)
614 crashed near Belleville, Illinois Apr 14, 1951
615 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) crashed after engine explosiion in Korea Jan 13, 1952.  Also lised as engine
explosion Feb 13, 1952, pilot bailed out and rescued.
616 (51st FIG) w/o in Japan Jul 31, 1954
617 (104th FIS, Maryland ANG)
618 w/o in Massachusetts Jul 18 1952.
619 w/o in Maine Jun 16, 1951
620 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) lost in operational accident in Korea May 10, 1953.
621 (199th FIS, Hawaii ANG) w/o at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 20, 1957
622 lost to enemy action in Korea Feb 8, 1951
623 (4th FIG) damaged by MiGs Oct 16, 1951.  Credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Oct 28, 1951
624 (25th FIS, 51st FIG, in 1954 to 35th FW)
625 (335th FIS, 4th FG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Nov 30, 1951 and again on Jan 14, 1953.
To 4th FW Nov 1953.  W/o in Japan Jan 20, 1954
626 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) crashed short of runway in Korea Oct 1, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
627
628 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s Mar 19, 1952, salvaged
629 (25th FIS, 51st FIG) shot down by MiG-15s over Korea Jan 15, 1952
630 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) show down by MiG Jan 15, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
631 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) internal explosion and crashed into sea May 27, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
632 (51st FIG) damaged by MiG. Now on display at VFW Post 7119, Indianapolis Indiana, falsely marked as 0682
633 (336th FIS, 4th FIG) crashlanded at Kimpo AB, South Korea due to control and hydraulic failure May 9, 1952.
Pilot was injured but survived.
634 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) engine trouble May 27, 1953, pilot bailed out over Yellow Sea off Korea, rescued.
635 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed at Suwon AB, South Korea on return from mission Jan 1, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
636 (51st FIG, HQ) shot down by MiG-15 over Korea Apr 13, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
637 (191st FIS, Utah ANG)
638 crashed near Wallaceburg, Canada after collision with F-86 50-662 Sep 25, 1951.
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
51-1346 ... 51-1355
Republic F-84F-1-RE Thunderstreak
1346 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 1, 1954 to Mar 11, 1954
Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Used at Edwards AFB for trial RATO takeoffs and
ZELL launches.  Put on display at Rickenbacker ANGB, Columbus, Ohio.  
1354 crashed Oct 17, 1953 at Eglin AFB, FL.  Pilot killed.  Plane was on a test flight when it apparently clipped
a power line.
51-3463 ... 51-3796
North American T-28A-NA Trojan
MSN 174-1/334
Numerous ex-USAF T-28As were refurburished and modified with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engines by Sud Aviation
at St. Nazaire, France from 1959, and named Fennec (Desert Fox) for use in counterinsurgency war in Algeria.
T-28D was ex-USAF T-28A converted for COIN role from 1962 with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engine.  Two ordnance
pylons and one large gun pod under each wing (no internal ammunition storage).  No belly
speed brake.  Sequence numbers 1 to 131.
T-28D-5 was T-28D converted from 1965.  Wing strengthening modifications, internal ammunition in wings, smaller
faired gun pods.  3 ordnance pylons under each wing.  R-1820 engine.  No belly speed brake.  Sequence #
numbers 132 to 311
AT-28D-5 was T-28D-5 converted in 1975. The only difference with T-28D-5 was additional radio equioment.
Sequence numbers 001 to 050.
3463 (MSN 174-1) converted to T-28D (#108).  To Royal Laotian AF Feb 17, 1965.  Probably Raven from 1969/70, bact to 
Laotian AF Feb 1973.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF. Disposal approved May 27, 1976
3465 (MSN 174-3) to MAP Feb 1, 1960, gained back by USAF Aug 30, 1960.  To T-28D Mar 22, 1965.  To Laotian AF
as 13465.
3467 (MSN 174-5) converted to T-28D (#114) and sent to Royal Laotian AF as O-13467.  w/o May 25, 1968
3468 (MSN 174-6) converted to T-28D-5 (#155) and sent to Royal Laotian AF Dec 1965.  W/o Mar 12, 1966
3469 (MSN 174-7) converted to T-28D (#112) and sent to Royal Laotian AF Sep 1965.  W/o Jul 24, 1966
3470 (MSN 174-8) converted to T-28D (#109) and sent to Royal Laotian AF in 1965 as O-13470.  W/o Oct 11, 1966
3471 (MSN 174-9) converted to T-28D (#127) and to Royal Thai AF, later to Philippine AF
3472 (MSN 174-10) converted to T-28D (#110).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13472.  W/o Mar 9, 1966
3474 (MSN 174-12) converted to T-28D-5 (#133).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-53/08 ?
3475 (MSN 174-13) converted to T-28D-5 (#132).  To Royal Thai  AF as B.JF13-54/08 ?
3476 (MSN 174-14) converted to T-28D-5 (#151).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13476 in Dec 1965.  Probably Raven from
1969/70.  W/o Nov 25, 1972.
3477 (MSN 174-15) converted to T-28D-5 (#136).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-92/13 in Aug 1970.  W/o Apr 7, 1977
3478 (MSN 174-16) converted to T-28D (#120).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13478.  W/o Jan 1967.
3479 to civil registry as N499KB then CF-IWJ, then N699
3480 (MSN 174-18) converted to T-28D-5 (#148).  To Cambodian AF as 13480 Jul 1973.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-116/18 Oct 1975.  Preserved at Udon Thani
3481 (MSN 174-19) converted to T-28D-5 (#134).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-93/13
3485 (MSN 174-23) to US civil registry Sep 23, 1957 as N7640C.  Repurchased by USAF in 1968 and converted to
T-28D-5 (#309).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1970.  W/o May 2, 1971.
3486 (MSN 174-24) converted to T-28D-5 (#135). To Royal Thai AF as 13-94/13 Aug 1970.  Collided with 82/11 and
w/o Apr 7, 1975.
3487 (MSN 174-25) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3488 (MSN 174-26) to French AF as Fennec no 40.  To Argentine Navy as 0547/EAN-104 in Jul 1966
3489 (MSN 174-27) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3490 (MSN 174-28) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3491 (MSN 174-29) to French AF as Fennec no 57.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
3492 (MSN 174-30) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3493 (MSN 174-31) to French AF as Fennec no 75.  To Argentine Navy as 036 1-A-279.  W/o in 1974
3495 (MSN 174-33) to French AF as Fennec no 77.  Noted in storage at Chateaudun Jun 1965.  Soc Oct 12, 1967.  Solt to Waco-Pacific
and shipped from Le Havre to New Orleans.  To civil registry as N14100.  To Republic of China AF as 2831 in Apr 1970.
3500 (MSN 174-38) to civil registry Jan 30, 1958 as N9686C. Repurchased by USAF Jul 13, 1967 and rebuilt as
T-28D-5 (#258).  May have gone to Royal Laotian AF and w/o Nov 28, 1970.
3501 (MSN 174-39) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3502 (MSN 174-40) converted to AT-28D-5 (#030).  To Cambodia in 1973.  Eacaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 13502.
DBR at Sangley Point Dec 1, 1989.
3505 (MSN 174-43) to French AF as Fennec no 47.   To Moroccan AF as CNA-EG Aug 1965.  To US civil registry as N9873A
and shipped to Nicaragua forces under Somosa's government c1980.  To Canadian civil registry as C-FNAF 1987-88.  
Flew as RCN 131228.  To Fuerza Aerea Aandinista as 162.  To US civil registry as N128BC Jul 14, 1995.
3506 (MSN 174-44) converted to T-28D (#118).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.
3507 (MSN 174-45) converted to T-28D (#119).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.  W/o Jul 6, 1967
3508 (MSN 174-46) converted to T-28D (#121).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.  W/o Feb 21, 1968
3511 (MSN 174-49) converted to T-28D (#111).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13511.  W/o Aug 1967.
3512 (MSN 174-50) converted to AT-28D-5 (#034). To Cambodia by 1974.  To Philippine AF.
3513 (MSN 174-51) became Fennec no 51 of French AF.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EJ Jul 1965.  
Now on US civil registry as N9868A, and flies as USAF 13513
3514 (MSN 174-52) converted to T-28D-5 (#146).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-95/13 in 1970.  Shot down while attacking
troop concentrations 18 mi S of Siem Reap, Cambodia Feb 1, 1971.  One killed.
3518 (MSN 174-56) converted to T-28D (#124).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13518.  
3520 (MSN 174-58) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3521 (MSN 174-59) on civil registry Sep 1958 as N3315G (allocated in error), changed to N3663G.  Repurchased by USAF
in 1968 and Modified as T-28D-5 (#307).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Jun 1970.
3524 (MSN 174-62) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3525 (MSN 174-63) to French AF as Fennec no 46.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EV Sep 1965
3526 (MSN 174-64) converted to AT-28D-5 (#035).  Intended for Royal Laotian AF, but to Cambodia in 1974.  Transferred
to Philippine AF in 1976.
3527 (MSN 174-65) converted to T-28D (#115).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-55/08 ?.  To Cambodia in 1971.  
3528 (MSN 174-66) became Fennec no 52 of French AF.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EK, then became to Honduran AF as 
HR-231A 1978, then N8523B Dec 1980, then N128RM.  Cancelled Nov 21, 1988
3529 (MSN 174-67) to French AF as Fennec no 49.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
3530 (MSN 174-68) to French AF as Fennec no 49.  To Moroccan
AF as CNA-EH Aug 1965, then became HR-230A with Honduran AF.  Impounded in USA
during ferry flight. In Jun 1980 to US civil registry as N8523A  Reported substantially damaged at
Gainesville, TX Mar 2, 2008
3531 (MSN 174-69) converted to T-28D (#116).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13531.  W/o Jan 29, 1972, but possibly repaired.
3532 (MSN 174-70) to French AF as Fennec no 55.  To Moroccan AF Jul 1965
3534 (MSN 174-72) converted to T-28D-5 (#137).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-96/13 in 1970. SOC Aug 14, 1984
3535 (MSN 174-73) to French AF as Fennec no 86. To Argentine Navy as 0548 Jul 1966
3537 (MSN 174-75) to French AF as Fennec no 53. W/o Jun 4, 1962 in Algeria
3538 (MSN 174-76) converted to T-28D (#117).  To Royal Laotian AF 1965.  W/o Dec 17, 1966
3539 (MSN 174-77) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3540 (MSN 174-78) to French AF as Fennec no 45.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
3542 (MSN 174-80) converted to AT-28D-5 (#031).  To Cambodia Feb 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975..  To Philippine
AF in 1976
3543 (MSN 174-81) converted to T-28D-5 (#139).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Sep 21, 1965 as FA-543.
3547 (MSN 174-85) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3548 (MSN 174-86) converted to T-28D (#128).  To Royal Thai AF in 1965 as B.JF13-56/08.  SOC Jun 27, 1983.  Displayed
at Lopburi, to Tango Chiang Mai 1991.
3550 (MSN 174-88) to French AF as Fennec no 61.  W/o May 4, 1965 in France
3552 (MSN 174-90) to civil registry Jun 1957 as N5205V then N254JB in July 1965.  Repurchased by USAF Jul 6, 1967
and converted to T-28D-5 (#257)  and to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o May 2, 1974 but possibly repaired.
3553 (MSN 174-91) to French AF as Fennec no 100.  Sold to Waco-Pacivic and shipped from LeHavre to New Orleans Jan 1968.
To civil registry as N14101 then N991CA then C--GJCJ, then N5832X.   Substantially
damaged in crash at Apple Valley, CA Jul 11, 2004  
3554 (MSN 174-92) to French AF as Fennec no 48.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EW.  To US civil registry as N54613 and
shipped to Nicaraguan forces under Somosa's government.  Later used by Sandinista forces as 165.  To YN-BHC.
Plane returned to US and went to Canadian Registry as C-FSAN Jan 14, 1991, cancelled Jul 22, 1992.  
To N203CB Jul 22, 1992, cancelled Sep 13, 2002.  Later on US civil registry as N54613.  Cancelled Jan 30, 2013
3555 (MSN 174-93) to French AF as Fennec no 76.  In accident Apr 18, 1964 and SOC Nov 1964
3557 (MSN 174-95) became Fennec no 43 of French AF.  To Moroccan
AF as CNA-EE, then became HR-229A with Honduran AF as 1978.  Then impounded in US during ferry flight.
To civil registry as N85228 Dec 1980.  Stored at Chino AP.
3558 (MSN 174-96) to US civil registry Jan 30, 1958 as N9689C.  Repurchased by USAF Jun 28, 1967.
To Royal Laotian AF. W/o Aug 28/29, 1968
3559 (MSN 174-97) converted to T-28D-5 (#141).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Sep 22, 1965.
3561 (MSN 174-99) to Ecuador AF May 20, 1965.
3562 (MSN 174-100) to US civil registry Jun 25, 1957 as N5206V.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#225).
To Royal Laotian AF.   To Mexican AF as T28-944. Sold late 1980s to Jack Rhoades of Columbus, IN; was to have 
been N5206V but not taken up. Sold to Jeffrey W. Brooks of Fairbanks, AK 13/8/91  Eventually 
registered N129DR with MSN 944 Aug 13, 1993. N5206B registered with MSN 51-3562 cancelled as "expired" Dec 11, 2012.
3563 (MSN 174-101) converted to T-28D-5 (#140).  To Democratic Republic of Congo AF Sep 25, 1965 as FA-563
3565 (MSN 174-103) to French AF as Fennec No. 56.  Later to Moroccan AF as CNA-EN,
and then became HR-232A with Honduran AF in 1978.  Imnpounded in US during ferry flight. To US civil 
registry as N8522Z Dec 1980.  Then to MARC at Chino, CA.  To MAPS Air Museum  at Akron, 
OH in 1991.  Now undergoing restoration.  
3566 (MSN 174-104) to French AF as Fennec no 58.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To civil registry as N14102.  
To ROCAF as 2832 Apr 1970.
3569 (MSN 174-107) to French AF as Fennec no 69.  To Argentine Navy as 0549 May 1966
3570 (MSN 174-108) To French AF as Fennec no 98.  To US civil registry as N14103, cancelled Oct 17, 1973.  To
Haitian AF as 1241.  Restored to N14103 Apr 8, 1978.
3572 (MSN 174-110) to Ecuador AF May 20, 1965 as 13572.  Stored at Simon Bolivar Air Base, Guayaquil, Ecuador in Jun 2009
3573 (MSN 174-111) to French AF as Fennec no. 82, SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14119.  Cancelled
Mar 27, 2001.  To French Civil registry Apr 10, 2001 as F-AZKG.
3574 (MSN 174-112) to Argentinian AF as E-608 under MAP Oct 10, 1960.  Noted Oct 28, 1990 in Museo Nacional
de la Aeronautica, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Now preserved Museo Estancia Santa Romana, Justo Daract
3578 (MSN 174-116) converted to T-28D-5 (#142).  To Royal Thai AF Jul 1970 as B.JF13-97/13, SOC Sep 1983.  Preserved
at Chiang Mai
3579 (MSN 174-117) converted to T-28D (#129).  To Royal Laotian AF as (O-13579) in 1965.  To Cambodia in 1971.
3580 (MSN 174-118) to French AF as Fennec no 84.  SOC Apr 30, 1963
3582 (MSN 174-120) to French AF as Fennec no 87.  To Argentine Navy as 0550 Jul 1966
3583 (MSN 174-121) converted to AT-28D-5 (#036).  To Cambodia as 13583.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  Transferred
to Philippines as 13583 in 1975.
3584 (MSN 174-122) to French AF as Fennec no 95.  To Argentine Navy as 0551/EAN-120 Jul 1966
3585 (MSN 174-123) to French AF as Fennec No 91.  To Argentine Navy as 0552 Jul 1966
3586 (MSN 174-124) to French AF as Fennec no. 59.  W/o Mar 9, 1962 in Algeria
3588 (MSN 174-126) converted to T-28D (#130).  To Laos AF as 3405 in 1965 but delivery uncertain, probably stayed
in USA.  Delivered to Laotian AF in 1970 as O-13588.  From 1975: Now airworthy as VH-PFM (VH-WPA allocated 
but not taken up).  
3590 (MSN 174-128) to French AF as Fennec No 54.  to Moroccan AF as CNA-EL Jul 1965.  To US civil registry
as N9863A and sold to Nicaragua forces under Somosa's government marked as #163.  To Fuerza Aerea
Sandinista.  To YN-BNQ.  Went to Canadian civil registry as C-FXRD Jul 11, 1988, to US civil registry 
Aug 8, 1995 as N521DF.  Cancelled Mar 19, 2008.  To Canadian civil registry as C-GULI.  Cancelled Mar 21, 2013.
3591 (MSN 174-129) to French AF as Fennec no 83.  To Argentine Navy as 0637 1-A 280 Sep 13, 1967.  W/o 1974.
3593 (MSN 174-131) was the first Fennec conversion by Sud Aviation/Pacific Airmotive Jul 1959, thereafter to 
French AF with serial 01 Aug 1959.   W/o Apr 16 1960.
3594 (MSN 174-132) to French AF as Fennec No. 94.  To Argentine Navy as 0554/EAN-118 Jun 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
as 401, delivered Oct 1979.  To N90535 Jun 30, 2000, to C-GHRV Mar 14, 2001.
3595 (MSN 174-133) converted to T-28D-5
3596 (MSN 174-134) to Mexican AF Mar 4, 1959 as T28-945.  Preserved Zapopan.
3597 (MSN 174-135) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3598 (MSN 174-136) to French AF as Fennec No. 102.  To Argentine Navy as 0555/EAN-119 May 29, 1966.  To Uruguayan
Navy as 402, delivered Oct 1979.
3601 (MSN 174-139) to French AF as Fennec No. 67.  SOC Apr 1966.  Preserved at L'Ecole des Apprentis de Saintes by 1973.
To user in South Africa in 1999.  Under restoration to airworthy.
3603 (MSN 174-141) to French AF as Fennec No. 78.  To Argentine Navy as 0556/EAN-117 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
as 403, delivered Oct 1979.
3604 (MSN 174-142) to French AF as Fennec No. 72.  W/o May 5, 1961 in Algeria
3605 (MSN 174-143) converted to T-28D-5 (#147).  To Cambodia, to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-117/18 Oct 1975.  Crashed
in Nong Harn district, Udon Thani Province Jun 4, 1982.  2 killed.
3608 (MSN 174-146) converted to T-28D (#122).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13608.  w/o Apr 1, 1971.
3612 (MSN 174-150) in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.  Seen
on display in Warner Robins Museum, Georgia Oct 2003.
3614 (MSN 174-152) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3615 (MSN 174-153) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3616 (MSN 174-154) on civil registry as N28TW
3617 (MSN 174-155) converted to T-28D (?).  To Royal Laotian AF by 1965.
3618 (MSN 174-156) converted to AT-28D-5 (#037). To Cambodia  in 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine
AF as 13618 in 1976.
3620 (MSN 174-158) to French AF as Fennec No. 60.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.
To US civil registry as N14104.  To Haiti AF as 1244 in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14104 Apr 8, 1978.
3622 (MSN 174-160) converted to Fennec #63 for French AF.  To Morrocan AF Jul 1965.  Arrived at
MAPS Air Museum, Akron, OH in March 1993.  Returned to MARC
in 1999. Noted fall 2003 at March Field Museum, Riverside, CA.
3624 (MSN 174-162) to French AF as Fennec No. 27.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14120.  To Haiti Mar 29, 1974.
3625 (MSN 174-163) to French AF as Fennec No. 62.  To Argentine Navy as 0557/EAN-102 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan
Navy as 404, delivered Oct 1979.
3626 (MSN 174-164) on Mar 10, 1960 to France converted as Fennec No. 96,  SOC French AF 12 Oct 1967. 
Mar 12, 1968 to Waco-Pacific Inc, Van Nuys, CA, registered as N14121.   In 1969 to Winter Wolff & Co., New York, NY 
In 1972 to Quality Components Inc, Los Angeles, CA.  Converted to T-28D.  Registration cancelled 17 Oct 1973. 
In Oct 1973 to Haitian A.F. as 1238.  SOC with Haitian AF Jan 1978.  Mar 1978 to Lan-Dale Co, Reno, Nevada.
Registered as N14121 Apr 8, 1978.  In May 1978 arrived Tucson, AZ still marked as 1238 
Painted in yellow scheme marked as Navy T-28B WD/121.  On May 8, 1985 registered as N5015L, T-28A with MSN 557 (don’t know 
where this MSN is from).  In 1986 Sale reported, Dallas, TX.  Apr 16, 1987 registration cancelled.  In May 1987 to Aviation Maintenance 
Ltd, Sault St. Marie, Quebec registered as C-GJMT.  On Jan 27, 1988 Canadian registration cancelled; to Courtesy Aircraft, 
Rockford, IL as N5015L.  race #44; raced at Reno.  In 1993 Restored as T-28A MSN 557.  Marked as T-28B WD/21 US Navy 
USS Lexington VT-5 overall grey.  to Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA.  To private owner Feb 24, 2004.  Feb 2008 marked as
WD/121 USS Lexington.  July 2008 registration N128AN reserved, painted Navy Blue, tail marked “AN” 
6 November 2009 ANDIAMO 360 LLC, Bozeman, MT   Since 2008 marked with reserved registration N128AN.  N128An
is currently reserved for American Airlines.  Curreently registrered as N5015L
3627 (MSN 174-165) became Fennec no 64 of French AF.  To Moroccan
AF as CNA-EY, then became HR-233A with Honduran AF in 1968.  Impounded in US during ferry flight.
Then to US civil registry as N8539A Dec 1980.
3628 (MSN 174-166) to French AF as Fennec No. 99.  SOC Jun 1965
3629 (MSN 174-167) converted to AT-28D-5 (#032).  To Cambodia in 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
To Philippine AF as 13629 in 1976.
3630 (MSN 174-168) to French AF as Fennec no. 73.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry as 
N14105 then N289RD Aug 1978 then N500JG May 1979
3631 (MSN 174-169) to French AF as Fennec no. 85.  W/o Nov 17, 1961 in Algeria
3632 (MSN 174-170) converted to T-28D (#126) To Royal Laotian AF in 1972.  To Philippine Af.
3634 (MSN 174-172) to French AF as Fennec no. 80.  To Argentine Navy as 0558/EAN-109 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
as 405, delivered Oct 1979.
3635 (MSN 174-173) to French AF as Fennec no. 28.  To Argentine Navy as 0559 Jul 1966.  Preserved Commandante Espora NAS
3637 (MSN 174-175) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3638 (MSN 174-176) to French AF as Fennec no. 79.  to Argentine Navy as 0560/EAN-105 Jul 1966
3639 (MSN 174-177) to French AF as Fennec no. 92.  SOC Apr 1965
3641 (MSN 174-179) to French AF as Fennec no. 97.  To Argentine Navy as 0633 1-A-272 Oct 17, 1967
3644 (MSN 174-182) to French AF as Fennec no. 70.  To Argentine Navy as 0561 Jul 1966
3646 (MSN 174-184) to French AF as Fennec no. 88.  To Argentine Navy as 0638 1-A-272 Oct 1967
3647 (MSN 174-185) became Fennec no 29 for French AF.  Then to Argentine Navy as 0561/EAN-106 Jul 1966
Then became N992CA Apr 1983.  To C-GLPM Jul 1984.  In 1989 to US civil registry as N28FE.
N28FE cancelled May 21, 2008 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registered Jul 30, 2008 as ZU-FAA.
3651 (MSN 174-189) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3652 (MSN 174-190) to French AF as Fennec no. 30.  To Argentine Navy as 0563 Jul 1966
3653 (MSN 174-191) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3656 (MSN 174-194) converted to T-28D (#107).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-41/07 in 1964.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-13656 in 1965.  Declared excess from Jul 1, 1974.
3657 (MSN 174-195) to French AF as Fennec no. 81.  W/o when collided with Vautour #30 Jul 9, 1963
3658 (MSN 174-196) to Royal Thai AF
3659 (MSN 174-197) to civil registry 1958 as N3319G.  Reclaimed by USAF in 1973 and converted to AT-28D-5 (#040).  
Transferred to Cambodian AF in 1974 and then to Philippines in 1976.  
3660 (MSN 174-198) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3663 (MSN 174-201) to French AF as Fennec no. 68.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry as 
N14106, then N2800W, then B-14146, then N280DC, then N128RC
3664 (MSN 174-202) to French AF as Fennec no. 93.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.
Then to US civil registry as N14107.  Then to Republic of China AF AF Ap4 7, 1970
as T-28EE #2833.  Reported 2008 at Republic of China AF Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum.
3669 (MSN 174-207) converted to T-28D (#105). To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-43/07 in 1964
3672 (MSN 174-210) to French AF as Fennec no. 89.  To Argentine Navy as 0634 1-A-281 Oct 1967
3673 (MSN 174-211) converted to AT-28D-5 (#038).  To Cambodia Jan 1974.  Escapaed to Thailand in 1975.  To
Philippine AF in 1976 as 13673
3674 (MSN 174-212)  to French AF as Fennec no. 66.  To Argentine Navy as 0564/EAN-115 Jul 1966
3675 (MSN 174-213) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3677 (MSN 174-215) to French AF as Fennec no. 31.  To Argentine Navy as 0565/EAN-110 Jul 1966
3678 (MSN 174-216) to French AF as Fennec no. 118.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14122
3680 (MSN 174-218) to US civil registry Sep 1, 1958 as N3318G.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#224).
To Royal Laotian AF as O-13680.  Believed w/o Dec 28, 1972.
3681 (MSN 174-219) converted to AT-28D-5 #39.  To Honduran AF Feb 28, 1978 as FAH226.  To N81NA.   
registered C-GXUO then on civil registry as N285DL, current
3682 (MSN 174-220) to French AF as Fennec no. 105.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14123.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
3684 (MSN 174-222) was fourth Nomad conversion, performed by Pacific Airmotive/Sud Aviation as N260PA and
retained by Pacific Airmotive as a demonstrator for posible civilian and military sales.  
To civil registry as N260P then N2800G
3686 (MSN 174-224) to French AF as Fennec no. 71.  To Argentine Navy as 0566/EAN-116 Jul 1966
3688 (MSN 174-226) to French AF as Fennec no. 32.  W/o Apr 23, 1962 in Algeria
3689 (MSN 174-227) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3690 (MSN 174-228) to French AF as Fennec No 42.  Then to Moroccan AF as CNA-ET Sep 1965, 
to Euroworld California as N54612 and shipped to Nicaragua forces under Somosa's government.  When
Somosa fled, used by Sandinista forces as 164. To YN-BNM.  To Canadian civil registry as
C-GMWN.  N54612 cancelled Jan 30, 2013.
3693 (MSN 174-231) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 23Apr53 landing at Woodring Municipal Airport, OK
Assigned to 3303rd Pilot Training Group, Bartow AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Jul59. SOC 12Jan60 
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
Sold to French Government. Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 
Converted to T-28S-1 Fennec, line number 90
To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Mar61 as 51-3693. Call sign F-ZJUL
Assigned to EALA 3/05. SOC 12Oct67.  Shipped Le Havre to New Orleans Jul68
Registered N14124 26May69; current [Nov15].  Sold to Waco-Pacific Inc of Van Nuys, CA.  To
Winter Wolff and Co, NY 1969-1972.  To Dessis M. Sherman West Palm Beach, FL 1979  To Joseph F. Keenan, 
Sunnyvale, CA 1983-1992.  To Bobby Jackson, Houston, TX 2000-2002.  David
Hill, Bedford, IN 2002-present
On May 30, 2003, the aircraft sustained substantial damage during the landing roll at the West Houston Airport (IWS), 
near Houston, Texas. The cross-country flight departed from the Richard Lloyd James Jr. Airport (RVS), near Tulsa, 
Oklahoma and was destined for IWS. The pilot reported that while landing the airplane touched down at approximately 
75 knots. When the nose wheel touched down, there was a "minor high frequency shimmy and he immediately 
pulled the stick back and the shimmy stopped." As the airspeed bled off, the nose wheel came back in contact 
with the runway and "tracked straight down the runway." At approximately 15 to 18 knots, the airplane suddenly 
started to shimmy "so bad, he couldn't even see." He stopped the airplane, and then taxied to the ramp 
to inspect the airplane. Examination of the aircraft revealed the nose gearbox, lower engine cowlings, and nose 
gear doors were damaged. Further inspection revealed the forward engine firewall was structurally damaged. 
Examination of the aircraft logbooks revealed the nose wheel shimmy damper was repacked prior to departing RVS.
On August 14, 2015, the aircraft was substantially damaged during a forced landing near Las Cruces International 
Airport (LRU), Las Cruces, New Mexico. The pilot was fatally injured and the passenger was seriously injured. 
The flight departed from Las Cruces and was destined for El Paso International Airport (ELP), El Paso, Texas. 
About 5 minutes after departing from LRU, the passenger stated the engine lost partial power and the pilot 
initiated a return back to LRU. The pilot subsequently executed a forced landing into uneven terrain about 
one-half mile prior to the runway threshold at LRU, which damaged both wings and fuselage.
3694 (MSN 174-232) SOC May 1, 1955 as crash at Webb AFB, Texas
3695 (MSN 174-233) converted to AT-28D-5 (#041).  To Cambodia Jan 1974.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
3698 (c;n 174-236) converted to T-28D (#104).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-44/07 in 1964.  
3699 (MSN 174-237) to French AF as Fennec nol 33.  W/o Jan 19, 1961 in Algeria
3700 (MSN 174-238) converted to T-28D (#131) To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-57/08 ?.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-13700.  To LPLAAF as 3406.  ex-Laos AF/3406 under restoration in Australia as VH-EFU.
3702 (MSN 174-240) to French AF as Fennec no. 101.  To Argentine Navy as 0619/EAN-122 Sep 13, 1967
3703 (MSN 174-241) to French AF as Fennec no. 34.  To Argentine Navy as 0567 4-G-52 Jun 1966
3704 (MSN 174-242) to French AF as Fennec no. 65.  To Argentine Navy as 0568/EAN-114 Jul 1966
3705 (MSN 174-243) to civil registry as N74193, then N83705, then reregistered N51705 Oct 2002. 
3706 (c;n 174-244) converted to T-28D (#71).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13706 in 1965.  W/o Aug 10, 1965 but presumably
repaired.  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-58/09 Mar 1966.  To Cambodia as O-13706.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
to Philippine AF as 13706 in 1976. 
3707 (MSN 174-245) to Mexican AF Aug 20, 1958 as T28-934, then to US civil registry as N8156G, cancelled Sep 30, 2013
3708 (MSN 174-246) crashed after entering spin Mar 7, 1959.  Both crew killed
3710 (MSN 174-248) to French AF as Fennec no 35.  To Argentine Navy as 0569 Jun 1966
3711 (MSN 174-249) to French AF as Fennec no. 106.  To Argentine Navy as 0570 Jul 1966.  w/o in 1971.
3712 (MSN 174-250) converted to T-28D (#76).  To South Vietnam AF
3714 (MSN 174-252) converted to T-28D (#103).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-45/07 in 1964.  To Cambodia as O-13714, escaped
to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 13714 in 1976.
3715 (MSN 174-253) to French AF as Fennec no. 36.  To Argentine Navy as 0571 Jul 1966
3717 (MSN 174-255) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3718 (MSN 174-256) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
3719 (MSN 174-257) to French AF as Fennec no. 123.  To Argentine Navy as 0672 Oct 17, 1967
3720 (MSN 174-258) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3722 (MSN 174-260) converted to T-28D (#125) and sold to Royal Thai AF in 1965.  To Royal Laotian AF in Dec 1972. 
then to Philippine AF in 1976 as RPC290.  Identity of RP-R280 also quoted.  
Under restoration in Australia as VH-TRO.  Was noted 
Nov 2002 at Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia.
This aircraft and 51-3782 were sold by Philippine AF in 1990,
and one aircraft was constructed out of the best parts of both planes
and given registration of RP-R280.
3724 (MSN 174-262) converted to T-28D (#102).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-46/07 Jul 1964.  Crashed into field on
landing at Chiang Rai Airport May 8, 1972.
3725 (MSN 174-263) assigned Sacramento Air Materiel Area  (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 23, 1959 to Nov 30, 1979.
Registered as NASA 223.  Registered as NASA 502.
Assigned to Maryland Aviation Historical Society Nov 30, 1979.
Registered as N302NA May 17, 1999; C of R terminated, sale reported Feb 25, 2004.
Registered as N302NA May 14, 2004 to Pearson Field Historical Society, later to the Pearson 
Air Museum, Vancouver, WA; C of R expired Jan 31, 2015\
3730 (MSN 174-268) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3731 (MSN 174-269) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3732 (MSN 174-270) to Royal Thai AF in Jul 1964 B.JF13-47/07.  To Cambodia in 1974.  Escaped to Thailiand in 1975.
Reserialed with Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-118/18 Oct 1975.  Preserved at Ubon Ratchathani
3734 (MSN 174-272) on display at Keesler AFB, MS, painted as 51-3747.
3735 (MSN 174-273) cnverted to T-28D (#78).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Jul 19, 1965.
3737 (MSN 174-275) to French AF as Fennec no. 37.  W/o Feb 4, 1962 in Algeria
3740 (MSN 174-278) converted to T-28D-5 (#149).  To Royal Thai AF in Aug 1970 as B.JF13-98/13.  Preserved at Don Muang.
3741 (MSN 174-279) to French AF as Fennec no. 74.  To Argentine Navy as 0572/EAN-103 Jul 1966
3742 (MSN 174-280) to French AF as Fennec no. 104.  To US civil registry as N14141
3743 (MSN 174-281) converted to T-28D-5 (#150).  To Royal Laotian AF as 0-13743 Dec 1965.  W/o Jul 10, 1966
3744 (MSN 174-282) converted to T-28D (#100).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-48/07 Jul 1964.  
3747 (MSN 174-285) on display at Keesler AFB, Mississippi
3749 (MSN 174-287) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3751 (MSN 174-289) became the second Fennec conversion (Fennec 02) for the French AF, performed by Pacific 
Airmotive/Sud Aviation; Modified to standard
configuration as Fennec 147.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry as N14108.  it then 
went to the Haiti AF as 1245 in 1972, then back on civil registry as N14108
3752 (MSN 174-290) to French AF as Fennec no. 38.  W/o Jan 14, 1964 in France
3755 (MSN 174-293) to French AF as Fennec no. 39.  To Argentine Navy as 0573 Jun 1966
3756 (MSN 174-294) to French AF as Fennec no. 103.  SOC  Oct 12, 1967.   To US civil registry as N14142
3758 (MSN 174-296) converted to T-28D (#74).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1965.
3759 (MSN 174-297) converted to T-28D-5 (#154).  To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1965.  W/o Jan 1968.
3761 (MSN 174-299) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
3762 (MSN 174-300) converted to AT-28D-5 (#033).  To Cambodia Dec 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975. 
To Philippine AF as 13762 in 1976
3763 (MSN 174-301) converted to AT-28D-5 (#016).  To Cambodia Feb 1974.  
3764 (MSN 174-302) converted to T-28D (#95).  To Royal Laotian AF in 1963.  W/o Dec 22, 1964, pilot recovered.
3766 (MSN 174-304)on civil registry as N766NA
3767 (MSN 174-305) converted to T-28D (#94).  Not sure where this went.
3768 (MSN 174-306) converted to T-28D (#97).  To Royal Laotian  AF Dec 1963.  Wreck noted Feb 1966
3770 (MSN 174-308) converted to T-28D (#98).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 1964.  W/o Jul 12, 1965.
3771 (MSN 174-309) converted to T-28D (#93) To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1963.  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-67/09 Apr 26, 1966.
To Cambodia in 1971.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 13771 in 1976.
3772 (MSN 174-308) converted to T-28D (#99).  To Royal Laotian AF Dec 1963.  W/o Jul 13, 1965.
3775 (MSN 174-313) to French AF as Fennec no. 114.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry 
as N14109.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970
3776 (MSN 174-314) w/o Jan 27, 1955
3777 (MSN 174-315) converted to T-28D (#96).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13777 Dec 1963. 
3778 (MSN 174-316) converted to T-28D (#88) .  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF May 17, 1963.
3779 (MSN 174-317) converted to T-28D.  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF in 1963.
3782 (MSN 174-320) converted to AT-28D-5 (#019).  To Cambodian AF Sep 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
FMS to Philippines in 1976 as 13782.  This aircraft and 51-3722 were sold by Philippine AF in 1990,
and one aircraft was constructed out of the best parts of both planes and given registration of RP-R280.
3783 (MSN 174-321) converted to T-28D #79.  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
3785 to French AF as Fennec no. 111.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14143.  Cancelled 1971 as "destroyed".
To Haitian AF Oct 1973 (?)
3786 converted to second prototype YAT-28E, with enlarged tail after experience 
with 52-1242.  To MASDC as TA133.  To civil registry as N2800E
3787 (MSN 174-325) converted to T-28D-5 (#319).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 1970.  W/o Jan 31, 1971.
3788 (MSN 174-326) converted to third prototype YAT-28E, with further modified tail 
and revised canopy.  To MASDC as TA132.  To Pima Air And Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona Jun 7, 1967.
3789 (MSN 174-327) converted to T-28D #83.  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF in 1963.
3791 (MSN 174-329) converted to T-28D (#72).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-13791 May 1964.  To Royal Thai AF as
B.JF13-68/09 Apr 26, 1966.  Exploded in midair over Don Muang Feb 23, 1971.  One killed.
3792 (MSN 174-330) converted to T-28D (#77).  To Royal Laotian AF Aug 1963.  W/o Jan 10, 1965
3794 (MSN 174-332) converted to T-28D (#84).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
3795 (MSN 174-333) to French AF as Fennec no. 109.  To Argentine Navy as 0624 Oct 17, 1967.  Made the only deck
landing on the carrier Veinticinco de Mayo Nov 23, 1969.  Displayed in a hangar as 1-A-250 at the 
MUAN's (Museo de la Aviacion Naval) installation at BACE (Base Aeronaval
Comandante 'Espora'), located at Bahia Blanca, Prov. De Bueno Aires, Argentina.
3796 (MSN 174-334) converted to T-28D (#73).  To Royal Laotian AF Aug 1963.  W/o Jan 8, 1965.
51-3818 ... 51-3835
Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
MSN 43565/43582.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
3818 (MSN 43565) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N96255, then to HK-1705 (LAC
Colombia).  Crashed on takeoff Bogota Apr 29, 1978.
3819 (MSN 43566) to civil registry as N3496F, later CP-1338 (Transportes Aereos Bolivar), 
Crashed on take off Beni May 23, 1978
3820 (MSN 43567/252) delivered to USAF Jul 30, 1952.  Bailed to Civil Air Transport Inc (a CIA front) Mar 31, 1959.  Possibly
registered as N6184M (at times).  Appears to have been up to nefarious activities in the 1950s, being noted on 
West German airfields with spurious tail number 0-13838. Returned to USAF by Jul 1959.  Assigned Mar 31, 1967 
to 1045th Operational Evaluation and Training Group, Headquarters Command
Eglin AFB.  To AMARC (PCN CG007) Oct 10, 1974 from first Composite Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.  Declared excess
Jan 22, 1975.  Bought by Air Sales Inc May 12, 1976 registered N3050F Feb 27, 1978, but NTU.  Bought by Custom
Air Ltc, Inc Feb 1978 but never received another airworthiness certificate and registration is now revoked.
WFU and stored Aug 1982. 
3821 (MSN 43568) to civilian market as N99272 (Global Air, Tucson, AZ)
3822 (MSN 43569) shot down by Soviet fighter over Armenia Jun 27, 1958
3823 (MSN 43570) to civilian market as N53CP (Ligon Air, Ligonier, IN)
3825 (MSN 43572) was apparently up to some nefarious activities
during the 1950s, being noted on West German airfields with
spurious tail number of 0-13846.
3826 (MSN 43573) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N203GB, then as N54G (Rubi Inc, Wilmington, DE)
3827 (MSN 43574) converted to VC-118A, then to Bellomy Lawson, Inc of Miama, FL
as N3492F, then to N96BL (Octavonics, Miami, FL).  This was
the plane that flew President Nguyen Van Thiew from Tan Son Nhut Airport to
Republic of China AF Apr 25, 1975.
3828 (MSN 43575) became N67962 and then reverted to 51-3828.  To NASA in 1965 as
NASA 28, then became NASA 428, then N428NA May 1969.  To MASDC and
scrapped in 1982.
3829 (MSN 43576) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N99330 (Northern Air Cargo,
Anchorage, AK)
3830 (MSN 43577) to civil registry as N44916.
3831 (MSN 43578) to MASDC May 21, 1975.
3832 (MSN 43579) to N43870 with Time Aviation Services, Sun Valley, CA
3833 (MSN 43580) converted to VC-118A.  To civil registry as N1027N (Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK)
Seen retired at Fairbanks IAP May 2008
3834 (MSN 43581) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N1036F (Northern Air Cargo,
Anchorage, AK).  Seen retired at Fairbanks IAP May 2008
3835 (MSN 43582) converted to VC-118A
51-7892 ... 51-7917
Convair T-29B
MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
7892 (MSN 304) converted to VT-29B.  Served with 513rd TAW in 1972.  To MASDC as TB179 Mar 18, 1975.
After USAF service, went to civil registry as N153PA with Providence Air Charter
registered Jan 21, 1980.  Was brieflyh N7SA but NTU, then N147JR.  Back to 
N153PA. On Mar 3, 2007 registered to Desert Air Transport, Inc, Anchorage, Alaska.
7893 (MSN 240-305) to MASDC in 1973.
7894 (MSN 240-306) converted to VT-29B. To MASDC as TB267 Jun 17, 1975.   To civil registry as N2300G.
7895 (MSN 240-307) loaned to US Navy, kept USAF serial number of 517895.  WFU and stored
7896 (MSN 240-308) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB110 Jan 13, 1975.  To civil registry as N2291T.  Broken up Jul 1987.
Registration cancelled May 1992.
7897 (MSN 240-309) converted to VT-29B.  Service in 1971 and 1972 with the US Air Attache at Helsinki. 
To MASDC as TB248 May 29, 1975.  To civil register as N92937 and
then as N2291T which was cancelled on August 1, 1989
7898 (MSN 240-310) convdrted to VT-29B.  To civil registry as N40CE, N406E, to LN-KLT owned by 
Europetrol with Polaris title, "Castor" fleet name, seen in
open storage at Woensdrecht Air Base, Netherlands Aug 18. 1971.
7899 (MSN 240-311) preserved at Imperial War Museum, Duxford in 1973
7900 (MSN 240-312) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB269 Jun 18, 1975.  To civil registry as N1342K
7901 (MSN 240-313) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB197 Apr 14, 1975.  To civil registry as N2823F.  
On ramp at Texas State Technical College, Waco Apt, TX
7902 (MSN 240-314) converted to VT-29B.  Service in 1972 with 7240th Support Squadron and based at Gardermoen, Oslo. 
To MASDC as TB288 Jun 25, 1975.  To civil register as N2292A on November 8, 1978.
7903 (MSN 240-315) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB104 Jan 9, 1975.
7904 (MSN 240-316) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB147 Feb 10, 1975.  To civil registry as N22913
7905 (MSN 240-317) WFU and stored 1973.
7906 (MSN 240-318) loaned to US Navy, kept USAF serial of 517906.  Donated to Pima Air and 
Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Aug 26, 1981 and on display there.
7907 (MSN 240-319) WFU and stored 1973
7908 (MSN 240-320) loaned to US Navy, kept USAF serial of 517908.  To MASDC as TB302 Jul 15, 1975.
To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1981.  Derelict by May 1987 
7909 (MSN 240-321) assigned to 3499 FTW, Chanute AFB, IL
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 12, 1959 to Apr 5, 1963.
Registered as NASA 250. 
Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Apr 5, 1963.
Registered as NASA 5.  Registered as N5NA to NASA, Lewis Research Center Jun 23, 1969; 
cancelled Feb 7, 1977.  To N64755 with Cochise College, Arizona Aug 4, 1977.
To Selvico Inc, Nevzda Feb 23, 1979.  registered Jun 19, 1991 as N64755 to Starship Inc, 
Las Vegas, NV.
7910 (MSN 240-322) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB071 Dec 10, 1974.  To civil registry as N10189, then N155PA
W/o Jun 19, 1985 3 mi S of Trenton Airport, Canada 
7911 (MSN 240-323) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB250 May 30, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
Apr 24, 1980.  Derelict 1984.
7912 (MSN 240-324) converted to RT-29B, then to NT-29B.  To MASDC as TB001 Dec 29, 1967.  Converted to VT-29B
and returned to service.  To MASDC as TB299 Jul 2, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft
Sales Sep 9, 1977.  To civil registry as N9016L, then N156PA
7913 (MSN 240-325) to MASDC as TB111 Jan 13, 1975.  To civil registrY as N157PA, then N78SA, then N149JR.
7914 (MSN 240-326) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB198 Apr 14, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
May 8, 1979.  Broken up
7915 (MSN 240-327) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB139 Jan 29, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
Jun 30, 1980.  Broken up
7916 (MSN 240-328) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB061 Nov 12, 1974.  To civil registry as N147PA.
7917 (MSN 240-329) converted to VT-29B.  To MASDC as TB211 May 5, 1975.  To civil registry as CP-1356
51-8542 ... 51-8635
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6326/6419.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8543 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
8546 to MASDC Feb 28, 1964
8551 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965
8554 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
8556 to MASDC Mar 25, 1964
8559 to MASDC Apr 9, 1964
8560 to MASDC May 5, 1964
8566 (MSN 580-6350) to Royal Danish AF May 13, 1961 as 18566, coded as DT-566.  Converted to ECM.
WFU May 16, 1977.  Registered as G-TJET Jan 8, 1982.  Reregistered as G-NASA Jun 3, 20-01, cancelled
Jan 11, 2001.  Reported sold to US collector.
8568 (50th TFW) crashed by Jun 17, 1961.
8570 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
8572 to MASDC
8573 (50th TFW) crashed by Oct 13, 1958.
8574 to MASDC Sep 9, 1964
8578 to MASDC
8582 to MASDC
8584 to MASDC
8595 to MASDC Jul 22, 1964
8597 to MASDC
8604 was on display at Atmore, Alabama.  Seen 2007 mounted on pole at Sampson State Park, Route 96A, Romulus, NY
8606 to MASDC
8617 to MASDC
8619 to Royal Thai AF as F11-12/05.  SoC May 22, 1974 and broken up for spares.
8620 to MASDC
8624 SOC Apr 30, 1963, became composite airframe with forward fuselage of
49-1004 and to fire dump at RAF Mildenhall, England.
8626 to MASDC Mar 23, 1964
8627 (MSN 580-6411) on display at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
8628 SOC Dec 2, 1963 and to France under MAP
8629 in base collection at Laughlin AFB, Texas
8630 to MASDC
8631 to MASDC Oct 8, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
8633 to MASDC
8634 to MASDC
51-9076 ... 51-9149
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6860/6933.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
9076 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
9077 (7221st ABS) crashed by Mar 28, 1960.
9079 (MSN 580-6863) on display in Hobart, Indiana in Apr 1998 and still there Aug 2009.
9080 on display at Skiatook MAP, Oklahoma Oct 2007
9081 to MASDC Jan 28, 1966
9086 (MSN 580-6870) assigned to 3555 FTW, Perrin AFB, TX.
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 30, 1961 to Jan 11, 1963
Registered as NASA 523.  Assigned to the city of Hampton, VA for display
Noted on display at Hampton Air Power Park, Virginia Aug 23, 2003
9087 to MASDC Feb 12, 1965
9089 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964
9091 involved in a ground taxi accident at Pinecastle AFB on 07/31/53 with a parked aircraft 51-6703.  In 2011 was on
static display at the former Houma NAS, Louisiana without serial numbers.  In 2013 had correct serial number
displayed.
9092 to MASDC
9100 on display at city of Velva, North Dakota
9101 to MASDC
9102 (MSN 580-6886) to Royal Danish AF Apr 24, 1961 as 19102, coded as DT-102.  Converted to ECM.  WFU
Sep 3, 19784.  Used as decoy. Stored in Vandel
9104 (MSN 580-6888) in 1973 was on display at Robertsdale, Alabama
9105 to MASDC
9106 (MSN 580-6890) to civil registry as N11987.  Registration
cancelled May 2, 2007 as "destroyed"
9107 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
9109 to MASDC as TC707 Jul 28, 1966
9111 on display at city of Fairbury, Nebraska
9112 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
9113 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965
9114 to MASDC Dec 28, 1964
9116 to MASDC
9121 to MASDC
9126 to MASDC
9127 (MSN 580-6911) on civil register in 1979 as N123MJ and currently as N9127
9128 on civil registry as N11988.
9131 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
9134 to MASDC
9137 to MASDC
9138 (MSN 580-6922) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF as TF11-4/03.  May have been with Italian AF before that.  SOC
Apr 26, 1968
9139 to Italian AF?
9140 to Italian AF
9141 to Italian AF
9142 to Italian AF
9143 to Italian aF
9144 to Royal Danish AF Jul 23, 1953 as 19144, coded as TR-144, later as DT-144.  W/o Mar 26, 1971 near Haderslev
9145 to Italian AF
9146 to Royal Danish AF Jul 3, 1953 as 19146, coded as TR-146, later as DT-146.  W/o Jul 13, 1967 near Skrydstrup AB
9148 (MSN 580-6932) to KLu as TR-7 in 1953.  W/o Ju 3, 1957.
9149 (MSN 580-6933) to KLu as TR-8 in 1953.  W/o Feb 6 1967
51-9150 ... 51-9167
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6934/6951
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131871/131888
9157 transferred to US Navy as 131878.  Assigned to Naval Air Material Center [NAMATCEN], Philadelphia, PA
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 1, 1959 to Oct 1, 1962
Registered as NASA 224.
Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX Oct 1, 1962
Mounted on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.
9160 (MSN 580-6944) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF s TF11-6/10 Dec 26, 1967.  W/o Jun 6, 1972
51-11912 ... 51-12911
Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
Redesignated O-1A in 1962.  Many to MAP/MDAP for Austria, Japan, Norway, Spain, and Thailand.
Dates of transfer to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
11917 (MSN 22231, O-1G) in USAF Museum 1988
11921 to Royal Thai AF
11929 to Spanish AF as U.12-65,then became EC-DQY
11930 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CP.  Crashed 2/9/1967.
11931 to Spanish AF as U.12-5 then became EC-DQX.  Registered D-EWZA Jun 16, 2008
11937 (MSN 22251) to Norwah as 11937.  Reserialled as 937 and w/o Sep 23, 1990
11950 (MSN 22263) to Repubic of Korea Army.
11956 to USMC as O-1G 156680
11963 (MSN 22277) to civil registry as N4508B.  Now on display at Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center, Dulles Airport
11969 modifed to O-1E.  Loaned to Australian Army in Vietnam from Mar 16, 1968.  Shot down and crashed
11971 (MSN 22285) on civilian registry as N90671.
11979 to USMC as O-1G 156681
11984 to Royal Thai AF
11987 (MSN 22301) To Japan Ground Self-Defence Force as 11063. To civil register as N212KY with Aerial Banners 
Inc, Pembroke Pines, Florida and crashed on September 6, 2014. While towing an advertising banner the aircraft 
lost power and ditched into the ocean off Miami Beach 
11989 (MSN 22303) served at US Army Transportation School at Fort Eustis From Jan 1962 to Jun 1972 and
then to US Army Aviation SystemS Command base at St Louis.  Became N33600 with Fort McLellan Flying Club
at Anniston, Alabama until Dec 1979 and then to US ARmy Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker before being
exchanged with Museum of Army Fliying, Middle Wallo, New Hampshire in Jul 1982.
12001 (MSN 22115) damaged by mortar with 19th TASS at Duc Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 28, 1968.  To civil registry as VH-LQX
12003 to Royal Thai AF
12013 (19th TASS) crashed landing at Bearcat, South Vietnam Mar 8, 1968
12027 destroyed in midair collision at Fort Stewart, GA Dec 1966.  Pilot killed.
12030 (19th TASS) destroyed when dropped by a helicopter when being flown from Song Be, South Vietnam Mat 15, 1968.
12037 to Royal Thai AF
12038 (MN ANG) disappeared on flight Oct 15, 1958.  Discovered Jul 3, 2004
in 40 feet of water in Green Lake, Spicer, MN in relatively intact
condition.  Pilot's body had been recovered from the lake 2 weeks
after the crash.
12043 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CF
12054 to USMC as O-1G 156862
12069 to Brazil in 1992
12072 (MSN 22386) to Royal Thai AF
12078 lost due to unknown causes in Ninh Thuan Province, SVN Apr 3, 1969.  Pilot MIA.
12081 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CQ.  Crashed 2/8/1990, one killed.
12086 to Royal Thai AF
12099 noted on dispay at Guieren Army Base, Republic of China AF Nov 2008 with serial 9307.
12107 in storage at Yankee Air Force as N3302T
12108 (21st TASS) crashed near Ninh Hoa after taking ground fire Mar 18, 1968.
12118 to Royal Thai AF
12119 (MSN 22433) to civil registry as N5201G
12129 (MSN 22443) became N305TA.  Noted Oct 2004 at Planes of Fame
Grand Canyon, Valle, AZ, still extant Dec 2007.
12134 (MSN 22448) to VH-@AG, VH-FAC.  May be ex-Royal Thai AF
12138 (MSN 22452) converted to TL-19A - redesignated TO-1A in 1962.  Registered as N5190G.
12167 to civil registry as N5242G
12190 to Royal Thai AF
12193 to Royal Thai AF
12195 to Ohio Army National Guard
12177 to MASDC Jun 21, 1972
12199 to Brazil in 1992.
12212 to Royal Thai AF
12217 to Virginia Army National Guard
12222 to AMARC Jun 21, 1972
12226 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CR
12236 to Vietnam AF
12245 at Scone, NSW, Australia.  Registered as Cessna 305D VH-LQS.
12252 to civil registry as N5256G
12273 (MSN 22587) by 1993 was registered N41362
12275 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CG
12284 (MSN 22598) to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CS.  On US civil registry as N44431
12294 to MASDC Jun 21, 1972.
12297 (MSN 22611) to MASDC Oct 23, 1973.  to 4950th Test Wing at Wright Patterson AFB Jan 21, 1974.
Back to MASDC Jul 27, 1974.  Became N5340G with Civil Air Patrol, then N219TH.  Still extant Sep 2015.
12299 (MSN 23563) to Spanish AF as U.12-10, then became EC-DRN.  
12301 (MSN 22615) became N5270G then TF-TOG
12303 (MSN 22617) On display at Fort Sill, Oklahoma in May 2004 and still present in May 2014 at Henry Post AAF.
12314 to MASDC Jun 20, 1972
12345 (MSN 22667) to USMC as O-1G 156680
12349 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
12353 to Royal Thai AF as 2353.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011
12374 (92nd AFB bn) crashed after being hit by AAA Mar 26, 1953. 1 KIA, one POW.
12391 to Japan as JG-1094 and is now N727PW
12408 (MSN 22819) to civil registry as N5073Z, later N269TH
12411 to Royal Thai AF
12415 to Brazil in 1992.  Now flying as PP-EKJ.  Noted Dec 2002 in TAM Museum,
Sao Carlos, Brazil painted in US Army colors with false serial 62612.
12422 to Royal Thai AF as T2-8/10. Currently (2003) owned by Foundation for 
the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft, but 
wherabouts unknown.
12441 to civil registry as N65392 with State of North Carolina
12471 (MSN 22913) to VH-FXY in 1996.  May be ex-Thai.  Now flying in Australia.
12472 ex-Raven aircraft, Laos, now under restoration Albury, Australia.
12476 to Royal Thai AF, then Thai Army.  To Australian civil registry as VH-SCB
12481 to Royal Thai AF as 2481.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011
12498 to Royal Thai AF as 2498.  Stored dismandled at Jesada Technical Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand in Jan 2011
12503 (MSN 22367) to Philippine AF in 1953 as 12503
12507 to Royal Thai AF, coded 60415
12525 (MSN 22980) to Royal Thai AF as T2-26/15
12526 (MSN 22981) registered as N53601
12530 (MSN 22985) was N1FS.  Registration cancelled Dec 21, 2006.
12545 (MSN 23000) to MASDC Jun 21, 1972
12546 lost, presumed crashed into Santa Barbara Channel, CA Mar 15, 1961.  2 killed.
12547 to MASDC Jun 28, 1972.
12550 to Royal Thai AF, coded 60408
12585 to Brazil in 1992
12594 to Republic of Korea Army
12604 (MSN 23059) to Philippine Af in 1953 as 12604, then
to Royal Thai AF as T2-27/15.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
12610 to Brazil in 1992
12622 to USMC as O-1G 156684
12624 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CH
12641 to Norwegian AF Nov 1961 as 641.  Suffered several minor incidents
during its career, including being hit by a snowball while flying
low.  Undercarriage damaged while landing near Sarpsborg, Norway Sep 21,
1983, then relegated to ground instructional airframe.  Under
restoration Spring 2004 at Gardermoen for display in the
Forvarsmuseet.
12650 (MSN 23374) to Royal Lao Air Force.
12666 (MSN 23121) to Royal Thai AF as T2-24/14
12683 became N3FS.  Registration cancelled Aug 13, 2008 as "w/o
Apr 12, 1946 when groundlooped during crosswind landing at
Kenansville, NC"
12684 to civil registry as N16543.
12688 to Spanish AF as U.12-11 then became EC-DQU
12705 to Royal Thai AF
12707 to Royal Thai AF
12719 to Royal Thai AF.  Noted in storage with Royal Thai Army in May 2006 at Phetchabun, Fort Phorkhunparneung, Thailand.
12729 to civil registry as N6895
12731 to civil registry as N10444.  In 2010 was at Buckeye MAP, AZ, but is to be relocated to a new
Lauridsen Aviation Museum to be build at Gila Bend, AZ
12745 on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
12749 (MSN 23206) registered as N5182G
12750 (21st TASS) shot down by ground fire near Phn Rang AB Jan 15, 1968.
12756 to USMC as O-1G 156685.
12763 (MSN 23220)
12764 (MSN 23221)
12768 (MSN 23225) became N34534.  To Canadian registry as C-FMOD.  Now registered as
N119BD.
12770 assigned to US Army, Fort Eustis, VA.
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 17, 1959 to Aug 18, 1959
Assigned to US Army, Fort Eustis, VA
12776 (MSN 23233) to Philippine AF in 1953 as 12776
12781 (MSN 23238) to Philippine AF in 1953 as 12781, then 
to Royal Thai AF in 1972 as T2-23/15.  Still current Jun 2006
12787 to MASDC Jun 20, 1972
12825 destroyed in mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, RVN May 20, 1967.
12829 to Vietnam AF
12852 to French Army as 23309, callsign F-MAGZ.
12853 to French Army as 23310, callsign F-MAQL
12854 to France
12855 (MSN 23312) to French Army, then became LX-PAB
12856 to France
12857 to France.  Acquired in 1984 by Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
12859 to French Army as 23316, callsign F-MAHD.  Now registered as N42GM
12860 to France
12870 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CI.  Crashed 10/5/1972.
12880 to MASDC Jun 29, 1972
12895 to Austria May 1959 as 3A-CJ.  Crashed 9/22/1987, 2 killed
12898 flying in Australia in 2013.
12899 crashed in Vietnam Mar 20, 1970. 2 crew killed.
12907 (MSN 23364) registered as N88T.
52-007 ... 52-013
Boeing RB-52B-10-BO Stratofortress
MSN 16497/16503
007 retired to MASDC 2/12/66.
tested to destruction 1966
008 converted to NB-52B carrier aircraft for X-15 and Lifting Body research programs.  To NASA as 008.  
Scheduled to be retired from active service with NASA Dec 17, 2004.  To be retired to permanent display 
at west gate of Edwards AFB.  In Dec 2012 was still seen at North Edwards, which means that it may not be
going to the West gate.
009 crashed 2/7/64 at unknown location due to
fire in hydraulic system.
010 retired to MASDC 2/15/66.
tested to destruction at Holloman 5/66
011 retired to MASDC 6/8/66.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
012 retired to MASDC Feb 15, 1966.  Returned to service, but back at MASDC
Jul 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
013 operated by 4925th Test Group, Kirtland AFB, NM during ‘Operation Redwing’ atomic tests at Bikini Atoll 
May-July 1956. Used May 16, 1956 to drop a Mk.15 ‘Zombie’ nuclear weapon [code named Cherokee] on Namu Island.
To National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
52-826 ... 52-859
Boeing KC-97G-21-BO Stratofreighter
MSN 16520/16553.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
827/832,835/838,840,843,857/859 converted to C-97G.
833,841,842,844 converted to KC-97L
826 to MADDC Apr 25, 1963
827 (MSN 16521) to MASDC 
828 (MSN 16522) to MASDC as CH544 Feb 20, 1975.  Sold to Aero Spacelines, broken up for parts and sold to Airbus,
to France and used to build Super Guppty SGT 201-4(F) F-GEAI.  Combined with section 45 from original Super Guppy
N20214V which was originally from B77 MSN 15924.  F-GEAI sold to NASA as N941NA
829 (MSN 16523) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 16, 1969
830 (MSN 16524) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 12, 1969
831 (MSN 16525) converted to C-97G.  Named City of Phoenix in 1972 with 161st MAG of Arizona ANG.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1975.  
Declared excess Oct 1, 1975.  
832 (MSN 16526) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1971
833 (KC-97L) to MASDC as CH608 Jan 11, 1978.  In 1997 the nose was on display at Darkhorse Group Military Aviation Museum, 
Long Beach AP, CA.  Nose noted Jun 2007 at Aviation Warehouse,
El Mirage, CA
834 converted to NC-97K. To MASDC Jul 21, 1964.
835 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 30, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969.
836 (MSN 16530) converted to C-97G.  Named "City of Tucson" with 197th MAS, Arizona ANG in May 1972. 
To MASDC as CH530 Jul 19, 1972
837 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1967.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
838 (MSN 16532) converted to C-97G. Named “City of Flagstaff” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972. 
To MASDC as CH531 Oct 6, 1972.
841 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH584 Dec 17, 1976
842 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH577 Nov 19, 1976
843 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 26, 1967
845 to MASDC May 2, 1963
846 to MASDC May 3, 1963
847 to MASDC May 13, 1963
848 to MASDC May 14, 1963
849 to MASDC May 15, 1963
850 to MASDC Oct 22, 1963
851 to MASDC May 16, 1963
852 to MASDC May 17, 1963
853 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
854 to MASDC Apr 24, 1963
855 to MASDC Apr 30, 1963
857 (MSN 16551) converted to C-97G.  To civilian registry as HB-ILZ with
Balair Air Lines of Switzerland and operated by Balair for the Red
Cross by Foundation For Airborne Relief in the Biafran
Air Lift.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1970.  Scrapped.  Balair was part-owned by Swissair but after
the demise of the Swissair Group, became Belair, a subsidiary of Air Berlin.
858 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1968
859 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH446 Apr 8, 1970
52-1418 ... 52-1425
Martin B-57A-MA
1418 transferred to NASA as 218 6/19/57.
1419 transferred to Edwards AFB for stability
tests.  Later operated by NOAA as N1005  
for weather research.  Acquired by 
George T. Baker Aviation School at
Miami Airport.  Registration N1005 cancelled Mar 12, 2004,
the aircraft having been broken up at Miami ca 1988.
1420 w/o 11/22/54 at Glenn L. Martin
1421 w/o 12/9/53 Bel Air, MD	
1422 to Eglin APG for cold hangar tests.
1423 to Wright Aeronautical Development
Center 7/30/54
1424 w/o 2/22/58 California
1425 to MASDC in 1973.
52-1493 ... 52-1594
Martin B-57B-MA
1493 converted to NB-57B.  Used for trials of Bomarc missile guidance system, At MASDC by 1961
1494 w/o 2/9/55, Edwards AFB, both crew killed.
1495 w/o 1/6/59, Edwards AFB.
1496 converted to NB-57B for weapons trials.  Crashed after takeoff near Werribee, Australia Sep 17, 1962.
Both crew killed.
1497 fitted with Bomarc nose and redesignated JB-57B. TO MASDC by 1969
1498 converted to NB-57B for weapons trials.  Later reconverted to
combat configuration and lost in combat with 8th TBS, 385h TFW when hit by ground fire while attacking
a truck park at Ban Loumpoun, Laos Sep 22, 1968.  Was able to fly 100 miles to Gulf of Tonkin where both
crew members ejected and were rescued by Navy ship.
1499 (MSN 082) converted to JB-57B as target for high-altitude platforms and for
calibration of cameras.  Later converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  On display at WPAFB 
Museum, Ohio.
1500 converted to EB-57B.  modified for testbed use.  At Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT.
1501 converted to EB-57B
1502 converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  w/o Apr 5, 1977 after mid-air collision.
1503 converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  w/o 1/14/80 Plattsburgh
1504 (MSN 087) converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  On display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Abilene, Texas.
1505 (MSN 088) converted to EB-57B.  (B-57E) to MASDC as BM033 Apr 20, 1970.  Now on display at Malmstrom AFB, 
Great Falls, Montana
1506 (MSN 089) converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  To MASDC as BM138 Dec 10, 1981.
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  On display at Celebrity Row at AMARC.
1507 (MSN 090) converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM025 Oct 26, 1969
1508 (MSN 091, 8th TBS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire while attacking a river ford near Tavouac, Laos Mar 27, 1969.
Able to fly near Phu Cat, where crew ejected and were rescued.  Last B-57 lost in Vietnam
1509 (MSN 092) converted to EB-57B.  On display at Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Texas.
1510 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire Sep 10, 1967 while attacking an oil takner 8m NW of Dong Hoi,
North Vietnam.  Both crew ejected, pilot became POW and navigator KIA.
1511 converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM134 Dec 2, 1981.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1512 (8th TBS, 405th FW) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Oct 8, 1966.  Made it back to Da Nang but crashed into
Sea of Japan 1 mi from Da Nang.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by HH-43 helicopter.
1514 w/o 9/11/58
1516 (MSN 099) converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Returned to service May 26, 1972.  Now on display
at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin 	AFB, Florida.
1517 w/o 2/9/55
1518 converted to RB-57B.  Converted to Tropic Moon II with low-intensity
TV system.  To MASDC as BM035 Jun 8, 1970
1519 (MSN 102) converted to EB-57B.  to MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Now on display at March Field Museum, March AFB, Riverside, CA.
1521 converted to EB-57B.  modified for testbed use.  To MASDC as BM137 Dec 3, 1981.
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1522 converted to RB-57B.  w/o 7/20/58 Little Rock, AK.
1523 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA near Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 21, 1966.  Crew ejected and
were rescued by US Army helicopter.
1524 damaged in landing accident Nov 5, 1955 at Kelly AFB, Texas
1526 (MSN 109) converted to EB-57B.  Was at Beale AFB, Marysville, CA.
In Oct 2007 reported on display at Museum of the Kansas National Guard,
Forbes Field, Topeka, Kansas.  Still there Mar 2009.
1527 converted to RB-57B.  rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13289
1528 w/o 1/21/55, Randolph AFB, TX.
1529 w/o 12/4/55, Webb AFB.
1530 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by ground fire near Ban Sarai, Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 7, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
1531 w/o 5/17/56, Eniwetok Redwing.
1532 loaned to South Vietnam but under US control  Program was cancelled and aircraft returned to USAF Apr 20,  1967.
Shot down with 8th TBNS, 35th TFW by ground fire 7 mi SSE of Ban Kate, Savannakhet Province, Laos Feb 22, 1969.
Both crew KIA.
1534 w/o 11/29/55 Texas/Mexico.
1535 converted to MSB-57B.  w/o 6/22/55.
1536 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13298
1538 w/o 4/26/55, Randolph AFB.
1539 converted to MSB-57B with TM-76A Mace nose, redesignated JB-57B-MA, reconverted to B-57B,
rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13288.
1540 converted to JB-57B.
1541 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA 10 mi SW of Chu Lai, South Vietnam Sep 19, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
1543 w/o Yokota 2/4/61.
1544 (13th TBS, 405th FW) lost in combat Sep 6, 1965.  Crew received indications of an engine fire during close air
support mission.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
indication.
1545 to MASDC as BM026 Oct 30, 1969.  Returned to service as EB-57B.  Back
to MASDC as BM135 Dec 2, 1981.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1548 (MSN 131) converted to EB-57B.  On display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum,
Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
1550 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by small arms 25 mi N of Saigon, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
1551 converted to RB-57B, later to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM030 Nov 21, 1969.  Was at 
NASM, Washington DC in Dulles storage.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
1552 redesignated as NB-57B by the time it reached MASDC in 1969.
1554 w/o 7/28/55, Hill AFB.
1555 destroyed by mortar attack at Bien Hoa
Nov 1, 1964.
1557 converted to RB-57B.  With 13th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by AAA 11 mi W of Kontum City, South Vietnam Jan 21, 1967.
Both crew KIA.
1559 converted to RB-57B.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13286.
1561 (35th TFW, 8th TBS) shot down 10 mi S of A Shau Valley, Laos Jan 13, 1969.  Both crew KIA.  Remains recovered 2003.
1562 converted to JB-57B with TM-76 Mace nose.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13290.
1563 w/o 9/8/55, Langley AFB.
1564 converted to EB-57B.  to MASDC as BM133 Dec 2, 1981.
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1565 (38th BW) damaged in landing accident at Dover AFB, DE Jun
1955.   Repaired.  Lost in combat when hit by ground fire Dec 14, 1965 near Pleiku, South Vietnam.  Pilot never
ejected and was KIA.  Navigator ejected and was rescued by Army helicopter.  
1566 w/o 4/2/57.
1567 converted to RB-57B.  Loaned to South Vietnam AF but under US control.  Program cancelled and returned to USAF
Apr 20,1967.  W/o when hit by ground fire but was able to fly back to Phan Rang Mar 15, 1969.  Suffered dual 
flameout near Pleiku, South Vietnam.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by USAF HH-43 helicopter.
1568 w/o in ground explosion 5/16/65, Bien 
Hoa AB, Vietnam.
1569 w/o 1/9/59
1570 converted to RB-57B.  Restored to B-57B combat configuration.
Suffered engine failure Oct 5, 1968, Phan Rang, South Vietnam.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
1571 converted to RB-57B, later to EB-57B.  w/o 3/76.  To MASDC as BM027 Nov 6, 1969
1572 crashed Edwards AFB, Dec 24, 1958 during
simulated engine out landing.  Pilot killed.
1573 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13299.
1574 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13291.
1575 converted to RB-57B.  Restored to B-57B combat configuration.  With 405th TFW, 13th TBS hit by ground fire
while attacking Ho Chi Minh Trail in Southern Steel Tiger area of Laos.  Crew ejected but both MIA.
1576 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH May 1965
Used for "Project Bee" research. The project sought to prove that the high-energy liquid hydrogen 
could be used as aircraft fuel. The B-57B was setup to take off and land using traditional fuel, 
but switched over to the liquid hydrogen while in flight over Lake Erie. The tests were successful 
and would be a key element in convincing others in NASA that liquid hydrogen was safe to use on the 
Saturn rocket.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 19, 1973 to Feb 8, 1975
Registered as NASA 516.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 26, 1975 to Aug 13, 1980.
Registered as N516NA Sep 19, 1980; sale reported Sep 20, 1980, cancelled Jun 17, 1993.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Registered as NASA 809.  Registered as N809NA; cancelled.  Preserved and on display at Air force
Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, California.
1578 converted to B-57G 1969.  Modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM097 Mar 13, 1974.  
1579 converted to JB-57B for testbed for J83 turbojet, the powerplant
for the Fairchild SM-73 Goose decoy missile.  Program cancelled
in 1959.  In July 1959 the plane was transferred to Patrick AFB, FL
1580 to Tropic Moon II with low-intensity
TV system.  Later converted to B-57G.  Under "Tropic Moon III" modified to RB-57G for night
interdiction.  To MASDC as BM095 Mar 13, 1974.
1581 converted to RB-57B, then converted to NRB-57B (later redesignated NB-57B) 
to test a prototype terrain-following
radar, and later with a nose-mounted low light level TV system
and redesignated YB-57G.  To MASDC as BM032 Mar 5, 1970
1582 converted to B-57G in 1969.  Under Tropic Moon III modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.
To MASDC as BM096 Mar 13, 1974.
1583 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13293.
1584 to MASDC 1970.  Converted to GNB-57B 1972.  Currently on display at Kalamazoo Aviation 
Historical Museum, Michigan.
1586 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) hit by 37mm AAA while on bombing run on a ford at Ban Te Bang, Laos Apr 3, 1968.  
Plane made it back to Phan Rang, but aircraft was DBR during emergency landing.  Crew OK
1587 w/o after colliding with T-33A 50-0446 Mar 26, 1957 over Speyer, (West) Germany.
1588 converted to B-57G.  Modified under Project Tropic Moon III to RB-57G for night interdiction.
To MASDC as BM088 Feb 7, 1974.
1589 converted to RB-57B.  Converted back to B-57B.  Lost in combat Jun 30, 1965.  Aborted takeoff
and ensuing damage due to exploded bombs.
1590 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) damaged by AAA near Nam Can, South Vietnam Dec 8, 1966.  Was able to fly out to Sea of Japan
where crew ejected and were rescued by US Navy ship.
1591 w/o 12/11/56, Laon, France.
1592 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) damaged by small arms fire and crashed during single-engine landing at Da Nang, South Vietnam
Mar 25, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
1594 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13292.
52-2773 ... 52-2806
Boeing KC-97G-29-BO Stratofreighter
MSN 16804/16837.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
2795,2799,2805 converted to C-97G.
2773,2782,2783,2788,2791,2797,2806 converted to HC-97G.
2773 converted to HC-97G.  Assigned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1964.  Used by NASA to train Gemini
spacecraft recovery crews.  Was filming paradrops by pararescue crews training for delivery and installation
of Gemini capsule flotation collars off Castle Harbour, Bermuda when involved in midair accident with 
HC-54D 42-72590 Jun 29, 1964 and crashed into sea
2774 to MASDC Sep 8, 1964
2775 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965
2776 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
2777 to MASDC May 7, 1965
2778 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
2779 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
2780 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
2781 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965.
2782 converted to HC-97G.  Assigned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  To MASDC as CH513 Apr 11, 1972
2783 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Nov 22, 1966
2784 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Nov 8, 1966
2785 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
2786 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
2787 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
2788 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
2789 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
2790 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 3, 1971
2791 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH529 Jun 7, 1972.
2792 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965
2793 to MASDC Jul 30, 1963
2796 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964
2797 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH523 Jun 21, 1972
2799 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1970.  Sold to Israel AF 
with civil registry 4X-FPO, military serial 035.
2800 to MASDC Sep 25, 1964
2801 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
2802 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
2804 to GKC-97G ground instructional airframe Jul 1963 at Sheppard AFB.
Dropped from inventory as salvage Jan 1975.
2805 to MASDC Jun 2, 1975.
2806 converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Mar 13, 1967
52-4305 ... 52-5163
North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre
MSN 191-1/859
4305 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4306 crashedlanded on range 51 Jan 31, 1953, injuring the pilot.
4308 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4310 borrowed by South Africa as 611/F, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4311 borrowed by South Africa as 604/K, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4312 (18th FBG) pilot bailed out over Haeju Peninsula after strike on target Jun 29, 1953. Pilot bailed
out and was rescued.
4313 - lost to enemy action (?)
4313 borrowed by South Africa as 605/C, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4315 borrowed by South Africa as 603/B, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4316 borrowed by South Africa as 606/L, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4319 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA over North Korea Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot ejected and taken POW.
4320 borrowed by South Africa as 607/D, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4321 borrowed by South Africa as 609/E, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4322 (2nd Squadron, SAAF attached to 18th FBG) landing gear failed on landing at K-55 Osan-ni AB, South Korea
May 19, 1953.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR and w/o.
4323 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed while on bomb run Jun 16, 1953.
4325 (18th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jun 18, 1953.
4326 borrowed by South Africa as 612/O, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4327 borrowed by South Africa as 613/G, suffered compressor failure over South Korea April 21, 1953.  Pilot
ejected and was rescued.
4329 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10655.  Ex Greek AF?
4330 converted to RF-86F configuration.
4331 borrowed by South Africa as 615/H, landing gear failed on landing at K-55, Osan-ni AB, South Korea Apr 19, 1953.
Pilot was uninjured, but aircraft was DBR and w/o.
4333 borrowed by South Africa as 610/N, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4335 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) lost in accident near Cho-do May 17, 1953.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
4339 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 10, 1953.
4341 (MSN 191-37) preserved at Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan.
4344 borrowed by South Africa as 619/M, w/o May 19, 1953
4344 transferred to Republic of China AF (?)
4346 borrowed by South Africa as 617/I, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4348 borrowed by South Africa as 608/M.  With 12nd Squadron SAAF attached to 18th FBG ran out of fuel over
South Korea while escorting lost pilot Feb 28, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
4349 (MSN 191-45) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-52/06 in 1963.  SOC Jun 17, 1968
4352 borrowed by South Africa as 601/A, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4354 (18th FBG) crashed on landing May 31, 1953.
4355 borrowed by South Africa as 614/P, w/o Aug 28, 1953
4357 converted to RF-86F configuration
4359 borrowed by South Africa as 618/?, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4361 borrowed by South Africa as 602/J, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4362 (18th FBG) lost in accident May 31, 1953.  Pilot killed.
4367 (8th FBG, 36th FBS, "The Georgia Peach") disappeared while on strafing run Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
4368 borrowed by South Africa (2 SAAF Sq) as 616/Q, caught fire after boming run July 21, 1953, pilot
bailed out.
4373 transferred to Republic of China AF
4377 built as RF-86F at factory
4379 built as RF-86F at factory
4380 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) lost on night mission Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
4382 (8th FBG) possibly downed by MiG Apr 16, 1953.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
4384 transferred to Republic of China AF
4385 transferred to Republic of China AF
4386 borrowed by South Africa as 620/?, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4387 (18th FBG) flamed out, pilot ejected Jun 27, 1953.
4388 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4405 transferred to Republic of China AF
4412 borrowed by South Africa as 621/G, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4421 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 6, 1953, Pilot bailed out, but MIA
4424 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot ejected safely over friendly
territory.
4428 transferred to Republic of China AF
4441 to Republic of China AF as 6272.  Defected to People's Republic of China.  Noted 1987 in Military Museum of
Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.  Still there Oct 2010.
4449 transferred to Republic of China AF
4450 (MSN 191-146) converted to QF-86F.  Loaned to US Navy as 524450.
4452 (8th FBG) shot down by AAA near Chorwon Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
4455 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot POW.
4457 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 30, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
4459 transferred to Republic of China AF
4461 to Republic of China AF as 232
4468 to Philippine AF, noted preserved at Philippine AF Museum, Manila in 1990.
4469 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot MIA
4478 to Saudi Arabia
4479 to Saudi Arabia
4482 (MSN 191-178) to Royal Thai AF as KH17-21/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 26, 1972.  On display
at Bangkok Science Museum.
4486 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) failed to pull out of bomb run and crashed Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
4488 transferred to Republic of China AF
4491 (8th FBG) shot down by ground fire over North Korea Jul 11, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
4492 (MSN 191-188) built as RF-86F at factory.  Noted Jul 2005 in restoration
workshop of USAF Museum, OH.
4496 transferred to Republic of China AF
4497 transferred to Saudi Arabia
4499 (RF-86F) on display at USAF Museum.
4500 to Spain as EdA C.5-47 in 1955-56
4502 to Spain as EdA C.5-60 in 1955-56
4503 to Spain as EdA C.5-139 in 1955-56
4513 transferred to Republic of China AF
4518 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) crashed on takeoff from K-14 Jun 3, 1953.
4520 transferred to Republic of China AF
4524 transferred to Republic of China AF
4529 converted to RF-86F configuration.
4531 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1953. Pilot KIA.
4535 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Oct 10, 1953 to Sep 13, 1965.
Registered as NASA 228 [perhaps should be NACA 228?]
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations 
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research 
Modified with gun sight tracking displays
4539 transferred to Republic of China AF
4542 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7424)
4561 to Spain as EdA C.5-87 in 1955-56
4565 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4566 to Spain as EdA C.5-52 in 1955-56
4569 transferred to Republic of China AF
4570 to Spain as EdA C.5-56 in 1955-56
4571 to Spain as EdA C.5-63in 1955-56
4572 borrowed by South Africa as 622/R, then
returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4579 transferred to Republic of China AF
4570 to Spain in 1955-56
4571 to Spain in 1955-56
4573 on display at Osan AB, Republic of Korea, painted as 51-2910.
4574 (336th Fighter Day Squadron) involved in midair collision with F-84G of 8th FBS
Oct 26, 1956 during mock dogfight off Okinawa.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.  Pilot of
F-84G was killed.
4581 transferred to Republic of China AF
4582 (18th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jun 16, 1953.
4584 (MSN 191-280) flown by Maj. John Glenn (USMC) while an exchange pilot with USAF.  Plane
carried the name "MiG Mad Marine".  Preserved at NAS Fallon, Nevada in May 2006.
4585 to Spain as EdA C.5-57 in 1955-56
4589 transferred to Republic of China AF
4593 to Spain as EdA C.5-147 in 1955-56
4594 (MSN 191-290) to Spain as EdA C.5-58 in 1955-56.  In 2013 was on display in Museo del Aire at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.
4600 to Spain as EdA C.5-66 in 1955-56
4601 to Spain as EdA C.5-148 in 1955-56
4602 to Spain as EdA C.5-61 in 1955-56
4606 to Spain as EdA C.5-59 in 1955-56
4608 converted to rocket-boosted F-86F(R), fitted with a Rocketdyne AR 2-3 rocket 
engine in the ventral fuselage and two large 200 gal hydrogen peroxide underwing 
tanks, and armed with two GAR-8A (later designated AIM-9B) Sidewinder missiles. 
It was able to climb to 30000 ft in 24 seconds.
The Landings database has this as being on the civil registry as N57963
4612 to Spain as C.5-11 in 1955-56
4614 to Venezuela in 1955
4618 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7403). Preserved at Hofu Air Base in Nov 1992 and still there.
4631 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4634 heavily damaged in crash at LAX Mar 21, 1953.
4642 to Spain as EdA C.5-68 in 1955-56
4644 to Spain as EdA C.5-53 in 1955-56
4646 on display outside American Wings Air Museum, Anoka County Airport, Blain, Minnesota.  Is it still there?
4647 (MSN 191-343) transferred to Korea 1955/56.  At one point, converted to QF-86F and loaned to US Navy as 524647
4649 (33rth FIS) crashed at Alexanderia AFB, LA Aug 6, 1954.  Pilot killed.
4651 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4653 to Spain as EdA C.5-85 in 1955-56
4655 to Spain as EdA C.5-64 in 1955-56
4660 to Venezuela in 1955
4661 to Spain as EdA C.5-140 in 1955-56
4666 (MSN 191-362) to Bolivia as FAB-651.  On US civil registry as N860AG
4668 (MSN 191-364) to Spain as EdA C.5-12 in 1955-56.  W/o May 23, 1956
4669 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4670 to Spain as EdA C.5-88 in 1955-56
4671 (MSN 191-367) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 24671.  Returned to USAF
4672 to Spain as EdA C.5-86 in 1955-56
4677 to Spain as EdA C.5-69 in 1955-56
4678 to Spain as EdA 6.5-51 in 1955-56
4679 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7410)
4680 to Spain as EdA C.5-62 in 1955-56
4682 to Venezuela in 1955
4683 to Spain as EdA C.5-70 in 1955-56.  Preserved at Zaragoza AB Jul 2013
4684 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7404)
4685 to Spain as EdA C.5-72 in 1955-56
4689 to Venezuela in 1955.  On US civil registry as N8630.  To Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham IAP, Fort Worth, TX.
N8630 cancelled Feb 23, 2011.  In storage.
4690 to Venezuela in 1955
4691 (MSN 191-387) to Bolivia as FAB-658
4693 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7422)
4694 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-1/04 in 1961.  SOC Jun 14, 1970.
4698 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4699 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7423)
4705 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7405)
4706 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4708 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7411)
4712 to Spain as EdA 5.5-50 in 1955-56
4713 to Spain as EdA C.5-149 in 1955-56
4716 to Pakistan.  Shot down over Akhnur by Indian Gnat Sep 4, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely
4718 to Spain as EdA C.5-71 in 1955-56
4720 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4722 to Spain as EdA C.5-67 in 1955-56
4724 to Pakistan AF
4725 to Pakistan AF
4726 to Pakistan AF
4731 to Bolivia as FAB-656.  Now with Texas Air Command Museum as N86NA.
4734 (MSN 191-430) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 24734.  Returned to USAF
4736 to Venezuela in 1955
4742 transferred to Japan
4745 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7413)
4749 at Colorado Springs, Co marked as 24978
4750 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4751 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4753 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Noted May 2003 as gate guard at Osan AB, South Korea, 
painted up as 51-2910.
4755 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Acquired at unknown date by Oregon Air And Space Museum, Clackamas, Oregon and on display
inside the museum.  Number 12892 painted on tail.
4758 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7401).  Presumably returned from
Japan as an aircraft with this serial was noted Oct 2004 at
Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, CA.  Seen there in Nov 2010.  Apparently has the
rear fuselage from 55-5082.  Seen on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley, Connecticut in May 2009.
4761 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4764 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4770 transferred to Republic of China AF
4773 transferred to Republic of China AF
4780 (4th FIW< 336th FIS) crashed in Korea, 1957.  Pilot killed.
4789 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4791 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4792 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4798 transferred to Argentina.  Acquired in Aug 1987 by USAF Academy at Colorado and displayed there.  Moved in
2006 to Hill Aerospace Museum and restored.  On display inside museum.  Number 12834 painted on tail.
4800 built as RF-86F at factory
4802 transferred to Republic of China AF
4808 built as RF-86F at factory
4821 transferred to Republic of China AF
4822 built as RF-86F at factory.
4823 built as RF-86F at factory.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
4836 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7425)
4837 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4838 to Republic of Korea AF and now on display at Republic of Korea Air Force Museum, Seongmu.
4844 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7426)
4845 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7406).  Noted preserved at Ashiya AB Sep 2000 and still there Oct 2010.
4847 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4849 to Pakistan.  Crashed after flameout on takeoff at Mauripur Sep 7, 1965.  Pilot killed
4852 transferred to Philippines 1955.
4854 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4857 transferred to Republic of China AF
4858 transferred to Republic of China AF, then to Korea.
4863 on display at Chuncheon, South Korea
4864 built as RF-86F at factory.
4874 transferred to Korea and converted to RF-86F
4884 (MSN 191-580) on display in 1976 at Sabre City Mobile Home Park, North Highlands, California
4888 (MSN 191-584) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 24888 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
4890 transferred to Philippines 1955.
4900 transferred to Republic of China AF
4905 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7414)
4907 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4909 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7427)
4912 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4913 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7428).  Noted in summer of 2004
at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
4914 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7407)
4916 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7415)
4917 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4919 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4920 transferred to Japan
4921 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4922 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4923 transferred to Japna (JASDF 62-7429)
4923 transferred to Korea 1955/56 (?)
4925 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4926 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4931. Plane on display at England Air Park, Alexandria, LA is really a Canadian-built CL-13A Mk 5 serial number 23226
4939 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7430)
4940 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4941 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-2/04 in 1961.  Preserved at Korat AFB
4942 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-3/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 27, 1962
4946 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4957 to Royal Thai AF as KH17-4/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1961
4959 (MSN 191-655) to Argentine AF as C-109.  To civilian registry as N86FR.  Seen at Sun n' Fun painted as 53-1201.  
Registered N105BH in 1997.  In 2010 was located at Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum, Titusville, FL
4960 (MSN 191-656) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-22/04 in 1961.  SOC Jun 26, 1963
4962 (msn 191-658) to Argentine AF as C-111 and preserved at Cordoba Mar 2014.
4964 (MSN 191-660) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-23/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 11, 1962.
4965 (MSN 191-661) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-24/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968.
4970 (MSN 191-666) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-25/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 20, 1972
4972 (MSN 191-668) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-26/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 26, 1972
4973 (MSN 191-669) to Argentine AF as C-122.  On display at Museo Nacional de Aeronautica, Moron, in Aug 2014.
4978 transfered to Argentina. Acquired in August 1987 by The U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado and Displayed There. 
Moved in 2006 to Hill Aerospace Museum, Ogden, Utah and Restored.  On Display Inside Museum. 
Number 12834 Painted on Tail.
4985 (MSN 191-681) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-27/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968
4986 (MSN 191-682) to Argentina Aug 1960.  Now on civilian registry 
as NX188RL, bearing serial number 52-4584, the markings used
by John Glenn when he flew a Sabre during Korean War.
4996 (MSN 191-692) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-28/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 15, 1962.
5000 to Royal Thai AF as KH17-5/04 in 1961.  SOC Apr 10, 1969
5002 (MSN 191-698) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-29/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 3, 1970.
5012 (MSN 191-708) at Planes of Fame as NX186AM.  Looks as if reregistered to NX186SE, 
as an F-86 was noted at Chino Oct 19, 2003 bearing both these identities (52-5012 and NX186SE).
But was seen at Chino Oct 2005 still bearing NX186AM
5013 crashed 18 miles west of Moapa, Nevada Feb 5, 1954
5015 (MSN 191-711) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-30/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5016 converted to TF-86F two-seat trainer.
Crashed Mar 17, 1954, killing Joe Lynch
5017 (MSN 191-713) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-31/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 16, 1967
5018 (MSN 191-714) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-32/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5019 (MSN 191-715) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-6/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 1, 1965
5021 (MSN 191-717) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25021 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 717 
5022 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-7/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 25, 1966.  Preserved at RTAF Academy,
Don Maung.
5026 (MSN 191-722) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25026.  To Pakistan af as 25026
5027 to Republic of China AF as 1233.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-33/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1965.
5030 (MSN 191-726) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-34/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1963.
5031 (MSN 191-727) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25031 in 1957/58.  To Pakistan AF as 52031.  Seen preserved at 
Lowwr Popa Pakistan AF College
5032 (MSN 191-728) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-53/06 in 1963.  SOC Jul 14, 1972.
5033 (MSN 191-729) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-8/04 in 1961.  SOC May 26, 1972.
5037 (MSN 191-733) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-9/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 27, 1962.
5038 (MSN 191-734) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-35/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 3, 1970.
5039 (MSN 191-735) had the distinction of being inadvertently flown by a mechanic (a non pilot) and 
was damaged when he landed and rolled into a crash barrier on September 20, 1956.
To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-54/06 in 1963.  SOC Apr 26, 1965.  
5044 (MSN 191-740) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-36/04 in 1961.  SOC May 26, 1972
5047 (MSN 191-743) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-37/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5049 was last Sabre in USAF operational service.  To MASDC Jul 15, 1966.  Delivered
to North American at Inglewood Oct 17, 1968.  I also have this plane as going to Saudi Arabia
5056 (MSN 191-752) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25056 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 556
5058 (MSN 191-754) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25058 in 1957/58.  MAP to Republic of Korea AF as 25-058
5060 (MSN 191-756) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-10/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 20, 1966.  Preserved 
at RTAF Museum coded as 4322.
5069 (MSN 191-765) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25069 in 1957/58.  On display at Forsvarets Flysamling, Gardermoen, near
Oslo, Norway marked as 25069, code AH-D, "Flying Jokers"
5070 (MSN 191-766) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-11/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 16, 1964
5072 (MSN 191-768) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-12/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 22, 1967
5074 (MSN 191-770) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-13/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 1964
5076 (MSN 191-772) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-14/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1965
5079 (MSN 191-775) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-38/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972.  Preserved
at Takhli.
5080 (MSN 191-776) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-39/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 21, 1963
5082 (MSN 191-778) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-40/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 24, 1965.
5083 to Portugal (FAP 5364) in 1961.  Scrapped at Palhais
5084 to Portugal (FAP 5365) in 1961.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
5085 (MSN 191-781) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-15/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 11, 1972
5093 (MSN 191-789) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-16/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 20, 1966
5095 (MSN 191-791) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-17/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 2, 1964
5103 (3595th CCTW) crashed on landing Nov 23, 1953 and SOC 2 days later.
5105 (MSN 191-801) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25105 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
5107 (MSN 191-803) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25107.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 555
5109 (MSN 191-805) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25109.  Returned to USAF
5112 (MSN 191-808) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-18/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5116 (MSN 191-812) to Argentine AF as C-119.  To civil registry as N186SR.  To N3145T in 1992.
5124 (MSN 191-820) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25124 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
5132 (MSN 191-828) MAP to Royal Norwedian AF as 25132 in 1957/58
5134 (MSN 191-830) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-19/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968.
5136 (MSN 191-832) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25136 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 550
5139 (MSN 191-835) to Peru in 1955.  Currently registered to Heritage Aircraft Sales 
of Indianapolis, Indiana and flies as NX86F, displaying correct serial
5143 to civil registry as N25143. Now at Kalamazoo Aviation Histpry Museum.
5145 (MSN 191-841) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25145 in 1957/58.  W/o Sep 24, 1962
5150 to Royal Saudi AF
5153 at Kalamazoo, MI Museum marked as 12852.  I have this one as having gone to the
Royal Thai AF as Kh17-20/04 in 1961, then SOC Jul 14, 1972.
5160 (MSN 191-856) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25160 in 1957/58.  Later to Pakistan AF and w/o Sep 13, 1965.  Hit target
debris but also claimed by Indian AAA.  Pilot killed.
52-7790 ... 52-7993
Bell H-13G Sioux 
Redesignated OH-13G in 1962.
7790/7940 MSN 1017/1167
7802 to civil registry as N82AR
7807 to storage as XF080 Feb 2, 1972.  On display at Ray S. Miller Army Airfield, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
7809 to storage as XF185 Jul 6, 1972.  To N90477
7824 to storage as XF085.  To civil registry as N90477.
7830 sold to Italy
7834 (MSN 1061) assigned US Army, Fort Worth, TX.
Assigned to NACA, later NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 17, 1953 to Jul 25, 1967
Registered as NACA, later NASA 534.   Assigned US Army, Fort Worth, TX
Noted on display Nov 2008 and Aug 2009 at Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum, New Jersey on 
loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
7848 to storage as XF018 Sep 9, 1971.  To N47013
7856 to storage as XF057 Nov 1, 1971
7862 to storage as XF024 Sep 17, 1971.
7869 (MSN 1096) to civil registry as N99308
7873 to storage as XF472 Mar 1, 1973.  Transferred to US Navy.  To MASDC as 1H016 Mar 6, 1974.   
Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, California
7876 to storage as XF025 Sep 17, 1971
7885 to civil registry as N85AR
7893 to Blackhawk Aviation College, Janesville, WI. Sold May 2014 to individual who plans to make it airworthy.
7901 to storage as XF062 Dec 1, 1971
7904 is N53PP, registration N47TK reserved Jun 28, 2005
7911 to storage as XF062 Dec 1, 1971
7937 to storage as XF079 Feb 1, 1972
7941/7964 MSN 1181/1204
7948 seen at entrance to Laurel Oaks Career Development Center, Wilmington, Ohio Aug 2002
7957 (MSN 1197) instructional airframe with College of Alameda, Pakland MAP, California in Dec 1998.
7965/7974 MSN 1213/1222
7969 to storage as XF049 Nov 1, 1971
7970 (MSN 1218) became N5513V, then VP-YWM, then XS-HBV, then
VP-YWM again, then VP-WAZ, then VP-YWM for a third time,
then G-BGIW.  G-BGIW cancelled Sep 13, 1985.
7975/7984 MSN 1243/1252
7984 to civil registry as N84AR.
7985/7993 MSN 1263/1271
52-9129 ... 52-9975
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 
9129/9192 MSN 580-7183/7246
9131 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9132 to MASDC as TC717 Aug 1, 1966
9134 to MASDC as TC710 Jul 19, 1966
9135 to MASDC as TC1224 Feb 1, 1985
9136 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
9141 tail is at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL. attached to 52-9526
9144 (MSN 580-7198) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4329. Wfu 
9148 (MSN 580-7202) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4337. Wfu
9154 (MSN 580-7208) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4344.  WFU
9158 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9163 (MSN 580-7217) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4342. Preserved at Barbacena, MG, Brazil
9164 (MSN 580-7218) to Peruvian AF as FAP-490.  Became N61493, registration cancelled by FAA Jan 19, 2009
as "destroyed".  
9166 to MASDC as TC002 Jul 9, 1964
9171 on display at Hill AFB, Utah 
9172 (MSN 580-7226).  In 1973 was on display at Big Bear Lake, Californial
9191 on display at Moody AFB, Georgia
9193/9295 MSN 580-7259/7361.
9198 to MASDC as TC973 Aug 18, 1970
9205 on display at city of Franklin, Nebraska
9207 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9212 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9214 (MSN 580-7280) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4333. Wfu
9221 (MSN 580-7287) on display in 1973 at Santa Maria, California
9222 to MASDC as TC657 Nov 12, 1965
9223 on display with Texas ANG, Houston, Texas.
9224 (MSN 580-7290) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4331. Wfu
9225 seen on pole in 2009 outside Claude M. Lewis Recreation Center, Warner Robins AFB, GA
9232 disappeared May 9, 1957.  Pilot was rescued after 50 days in Kings Canyon National Park.  Hiking Boy
Scouts found a canopy bearing the serial number of this aircraft Jul 14, 1977.
9233 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  9233 on a pole at Schlemeyer Field, Odessa, Texas
9238 to MASDC as TC705 Jul 22, 1966
9239 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  On display at Terminal Building at Torrance MAP, California Feb 2007
9240 to AT-33A.  to MASDC as TC0951 Feb 24, 1970. 
9243 to MASDC as TC233 Apr 19, 1964
9255 (MSN 580-7321) Model L-245 modified by Lockheed as T-33B, the unofficial
designation for what emerged as the T2V-1 SeaStar.  First flight Dec 16, 1953.  Registered N125D
9256 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9257 to Philippines.  Displayed in park at Clark Field as 52257, seen Mar 2012.
9258 on display at city of Moline, Kansas
9261 to MASDC as TC947 Feb 10 1970
9264 on display with Nebraska ANG, Lincoln, Nebraska
9266 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9268 to MASDC as TC0960 Apr 23, 1970
9273 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 20 mi S of Lihue, Kauai,
Hawaii Jan 30, 1959.  Both crew ejected safely and were recovered.
9275 to MASDC as TC976 Sep 2, 1970
9279 to MASDC as TC941 Jan 22, 1970
9287 to MASDC as TC1250 Feb 1, 1985.  9287 (MSN 580-7353) ex instructional airframe located at AMARC Aug 2004
9280 (MSN 580-7346) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4336. Preserved at Canoas, RS, Brazil
9282 on display with Iowa ANG, Sioux City, Iowa
9283 (MSN 580-7359) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4325. Preserved at Fortaleza, CE, Brazil
9293 (MSN 58-7359) with Brazilain AF as TF-33A 4325 and preserved at Fortaleza
9296/9381 MSN 580-7381/7466
9305 to Thai AF as F11-18/12.  SOC May 30, 1973.
9308 to MASDC as TC241 Sep 4, 1963
9311 on display at airport in Columbia, Mississippi, pianted as 0-3930.
9313 to MASDC as TC955 Mar 12, 1970
9314 (MSN 580-7399) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4320. Wfu
9316 to MASDC as TC1251 Feb 1, 1985.
9318 (MSN 580-7403) to Brazilian AF as 4318. Wfu
9321 (MSN 580-7406) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4330. Crashed on Nov 04, 1970 in sea 15km off praia Lagoa 
Redonda near Fortaleze, CE, Brazil. There was only one pilot in flight. Pilot Milton dos Santos ejected 
and swam two hours to Beach
9326 on static display at VFW Post 2395, Covington, Indiana
9331 (MSN 580-7418) reported crtashed in New Hampshire in 1975 and noted Apr 2000 with Florida Aircraft Painting, Inc,
Bartow, awaiting restoration.
9335 to MASDC as TC734 Oct 9, 1966
9338 to NASA as 942, then N942NA
9349 on display as gate guard at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana  
9354 to MASDC as TC1252 Feb 1, 1985  
9356 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9358 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9359 to MASDC as TC1254 Feb 1, 1985
9364 (MSN 580-7449) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4321. Wfu
9365 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9366 to MASDC as TC253 Sep 11, 1962
9368 (MSN 580-7453) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4335. Wfu
9370 to MASDC as TC971 Aug 11, 1970
9372 (MSN 580-7457) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4334. Instructional Airframe at ESPAER, Brazil
9374 converted to NT-33A.
9375 bailed to General Dynamics of Phoenix, AZ as JT-33A and fitted
with Mace missile nose.  Transferred Nov 1959 to 38th ABG at Sembach, (West) Germany.  SOC Nov 7, 1960
for spares recovery.
9377 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9379 to MASDC as TC1257 Feb 1, 1985
9380 to MASDC as TC1258 Feb 1, 1985.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA 
9382/9461 MSN 580-7492/7571
9384 (MSN 580-7494) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4326. Wfu
9386 to MASDC as TC948 Feb 17, 1970
9387 (MSN 580-7497) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4328 and preserved at Pirassununga, Brazil
9390 to MASDC as TC1259 Feb 1, 1985
9391 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 742. W/o Oct 3, 1966,
9395 to MASDC as TC1260 Feb 1, 1985
9397 to MASDC as TC663 Dec 27, 1965.
9402 in Jun 1992 on display at National Guard base at Stout Field, Indianapolis, Indiana.  At 
American Legion Post 211 at Paris, Illinois Nov 2007
9404 (c;n 580-7514) with Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4322 and preserved at Recife, PE, Brazil
9408 to Turkish AF under MAP
9416 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9417 to MASDC as TC1262 Feb 1, 1985.
9418 (MSN 580-7528) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4323. Preserved at Bebedouro, Brazil
9421 (MSN 580-7531) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4332. Wfu
9423 to MASDC as TC1263 Feb 1, 1985
9425 to MASDC as TC869 Sep 22, 1969
9431 to MASDC Mar 8, 1982.
9432 to MASDC as TC1264 Feb 1, 1985
9434 (MSN 580-7544) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4338. Wfu
9435 (MSN 580-7545) to MASDC as TC1265 Feb 1, 1985.  ex instructional airframe located at AMARC Aug 2004
9436 on display at Veterans Avenue Ball Park, Monroeville, AL
9441 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.
9442 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9444 (MSN 580-7554) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4324. Wfu
9446 (MSN 580-7556) on display at National Museum of Transportation, St Louis, Missouri.
9448 (MSN 580-7558) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4327. Preserved at Fortaleza, CE, Brazil
9454 (MSN 580-7564) served with Philippine AF as 29454
9456 to MASDC Aug 10, 1973.
9459 to MASDC as TC970 Jul 31, 1970
9462/9546 MSN 580-7597/7681
9464 to MASDC as TC227 Mar 28, 1963
9469 to MASDC Feb 2, 1985
9477 to MASDC as TC865 Jul 16, 1969
9479 to MASDC as TC1269 Feb 1, 1985
9495 to MASDC as TC1270 Feb 1, 1985.
9496 crashed 7 mi SW of Benson, AZ Jun 26, 1969.  Both crew killed.
9497 delivered to USAF Dec 2, 1953
In Dec 1953 to 3645th Pilot Training Wing (ATC), Laughlin AFB, TX (TDY to Goodfellow AFB, TX)
To 3575th Pilot Training Wing (ATC), Vance AFB, OK Apr 1957 (TDY to Offutt AFB, NE)
To 3320th Maintenance Support Group (ATC), Amarillo AFB, TX Jun 1964
Converted to GT-33A (ground instructional airframe) Feb 1965
Dropped from inventory as surplus Jan 1966. Currently on display at Air Mobility Command 
Museum, Dover AFB, DE
9499 to MASDC as TC864 Jul 10, 1969
9502 (MSN 580-7637) to Ecuadorian AF as FAE-502 and noted preserved at Base Aerea Eloy Alfaro, Manta in Oct 2014.
9503 to MASDC as TC1271 Feb 1, 1985
9506 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
9507 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9508 to MASDC as TC1190 Feb 4, 1980
9510 to MASDC as TC1272 Feb 1, 1985
9511 to Thai AF as F11-13/05.  SOC Sep 20, 1965 and broken up for spares
9513 to MASDC as TC945 Jan 26, 1970
9517 to MASDC as TC992 Apr 30, 1971
9518 to MASDC as TC1273 Feb 1, 1985
9521 (MSN 580-7656) To Uruguay as FAU-206.  W/o Aug 29, 1972.
9526 at Russell Military Museum in Russell, IL.  It has the tail from 52-9141.
9527 to MASDC May 24, 1973
9529 (MSN 580-7664) to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  On display at Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina in May 2009. 
9530 to MASDC as TC1275 Feb 1, 1985.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
9537 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9538 to MASDC as TC958 Mar 27, 1970
9538 assigned to 196th FS, CA ANG in mid 1950s.  to MASDC as TC958 Mar 27, 1970.  Seen in 1976 at
Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, FL in 1976.  Used as target
practice on the range for many years.  The wreck was still out
there in Sep 2003.
9539 (81st TFW) soc at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Jun 6, 1964.
Ended life on fire dump at RAF Woodbridge, England during 1960s
9540 to MASDC as TC1277 Feb 1, 1985.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
9541 to MASDC as TC871 Oct 2, 1969
9547/9616 MSN 580-7707/7776
9550 to MASDC as TC665 Dec 27, 1965
9553 to MASDC as TC293 May 19, 1964
9555 to MASDC as TC294 Aug 23, 1962
9561 to Greek AF
9563 on display at Grissom Air Park, Indiana.
9564 (MSN 580-7724) Noted last year at Valley County Pioneer Museum, Glasgow, Montana
9566 to MASDC as TC1278 Feb 1, 1985
9568 on display at city of Othello, Washington
9571 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9572 to MASDC as TC1279 Feb 1, 1985
9574 on display at Mercer Air Field, Calhoun, Georgia.
9581 (3525th MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (51-17430 and
52-9793) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ.  Pilot killed
9582 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
9583 to MASDC Sep 13, 1973
9584 to MASDC Nov 6, 1973.
9586 to civil registry as N49892
9587 (MSN 580-7747) to MASDC as TC1280 Feb 1, 1985.
9590 (MSN 580-7750) on display at George Robert Hall airpark, Bobby Chain Airport, Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi in Sep 2007.
9592 to MASDC as TC1281 Feb 1, 1985.
9593 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
9594 (MSN 580-7754) preserved at Burley Airport, Idaho in 1979 and still there in Apr 2000
9595 (MSN 580-7755) service with Philippine AF as 29595.
9597 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Jun 6, 1964.
9604 on display at city of Cambridge, Ohio
9608 on display at city of Greenville, Mississippi
9614 on display at city of Sheldon, Iowa
9617/9691 MSN 580-7802/7876.
9619 (7425th SG) SOC at Hahn AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Feb 19, 1958.
9620 (MSN 580-7805) reported preserved at Salem Airfield, Oregon in 1979
9621 to MASDC as TC1282 Feb 1, 1985.
9622 to civil registry as N86905
9624 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury Apr 16 1965 under MAP.
9632 (MSN 580-7817).  The aircraft was never assigned to a training command, but spent its career with Air 
Defense Command (ADC) units. All ADC units had T-33As assigned for pilot proficiency flying, and 
instrument training. After 13 years in the Air Force, this T-33 was dropped from inventory and later 
spent some years in a city park in Viborg, South Dakota.
Noted Oct 2003 on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS, still there Oct 2006.  CAM acquired 52-9632 in 1981. 
Museum volunteers recovered the aircraft from Viborg, South Dakota, dismantling and transporting it 
back to Topeka. The jet had been heavily vandalized, including holes beaten through the fuselage. 
Steel reinforcement bars sat over the cockpit where the canopy should have been, and the cockpit 
area was gutted of instruments and other items.
Once in Topeka, re-assembly and restoration of the T-33 began. This included a journey by a 
group of volunteers to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, (Tucson) Arizona to gather many needed parts 
and instruments to bring the T-33 back to display condition. During the restoration, a number of 
parts labeled 1947 were found on the jet, and a credit card, perhaps lost by one of 632’s former 
pilots was found in the cockpit. The trainer carries the markings of the 13th Fighter Interceptor 
Squadron, ADC, its last Air Force unit.
Assignments
January 1954	14th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS), Air Defense Command (ADC), Sioux City, 
Iowa Municipal Airport. Deployments thereafter to Yuma County Airport, Arizona and Minneapolis/St. Paul 
Municipal Airport, Minnesota
July 1957 	53rd Consolidated Maintenance Squadron, ADC, Sioux City, Iowa
July 1959	13th FIS, ADC, Glasgow Air Force Base (AFB), (north of Glasgow), Montana
February 1964 	328th Fighter Wing, ADC, Richards-Gebaur AFB, (Belton) Missouri.
January 1966	13th FIS, ADC, Glasgow AFB, Montana
February 1967	Dropped from Air Force inventory by transfer to school or museum
????– July 1981 	City park in Viborg, South Dakota
July 31, 1981	Combat Air Museum
9640 at ANG Fresno-Yosemite IAP, CA.
9648 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
9650 located outdoors at Worcester County American Legion Post 93 in Pocomoke City on Maryland's
Eastern Shore at intersection of Route 13 and Route 113.
9651 (MSN 580-7836) on display at Farview Park, Centralia, Illinois.
9653 to MASDC Nov 6, 1972
9663 on display at city of Pinckneyville, Illinois
9667 (MSN 580-7852) to Uruguay as FAU-210
9670 crashed in La Paz Canyon, CA Sept 18, 1964.
9671 (MSN 580-7856) to KLu as M-58 in 1964.  SOC May 26, 1972.
9672 (MSN 580-7857)  spotted in 2008 mounted on pylons at 120th Fighter Wing of Montana ANG at Great Falls, Montana
9681 (36th TFW) SOC at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Apr 23, 1965 under MAP
9685 (36th TFW) SOC at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Apr 23, 1965 under MAP.
9684 to MASDC as TC969 Jul 14, 1970
9692/9751 MSN 580-7917/7976
9692 (MSN 580-7917) to MASDC as TC1349 Dec 12, 1987. Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  At Air Museum, 
Palm Springs RAP, CA Jan 2007 Noted with San Diego Air and Space Museum Restoration
Facility in Jan 2012.
9694 (7101st ABW) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Mar 31, 1964
9695 (10th RW) crashed by Oct 19, 1956.
9696 on pedestals next to lake west of downtown Arcadia, Florida, with damaged canopy.
9697 on display at city of Burlington, Iowa
9717 (14th FIS) aircraft went nose-high on takeoff to 50 feet, stalled,
and crashed Sep 15, 1956.  One crew killed.
9719 to MASDC as TC1283 Feb 1, 1985
9720 to MASDC as TC1284 Feb 1, 1985
9725 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9728 to MASDC as TC957 Mar 27, 1970
9732 (163rd TFS/IN ANG) severely damaged when landed short of runway at Chambley AB,
France Mar 19, 1962.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft used for spares reclamation and SOC Jun 20, 1962  
9734 (MSN 580-7959). Noted at Hampton Air Power Park, Hampton, VA Aug 23, 2003.  The plane painted
as 29734 on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT is actually 58-0592.  Seen May 2007
at Barnes MAP, Massachusetts, painted as 29681.
9740 to MASDC as TC942 Jan 22, 1970
9744 to MASDC as TC946 Jan 30, 1970
9748 to MASDC as TC956 Feb 4, 1980.  To 3T251.  To TC1191 Feb 4, 1980.
9752/9826 MSN 580-8012/8086
9757 to MASDC as TC1192 Feb 4, 1980.
9760 to MASDC as TC1285 Feb 1, 1985.
9765 (85th FIS) caught fire while taking off from Scott AFB, went down
in cornfield Sep 10, 1956.  Two crew killed. 
9766 noted on display at roadside at VFW Post 2573 between Wilmington and Carolina Beach, NC.
9769 was on display at Estrella Warbird Museum.  Noted on display Mar 2014 at Memorial Museum of Veterans of
Arizona, Maricopa, Arizona.
9770 on display with VFW Post 9392, Lowell, Wisconsin
9771 to MASDC as Feb 1, 1985
9772 (MSN 580-8032) to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  Noted summer 2005 preserved at Kenai ANGB, Alaska
9773 to MASDC as TC1288 Feb 1, 1985.
9776 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  Was on display at VFW post, Warner Robins, Georgia.  In 2014 was at entrance to
municipal airport at Sidney, Ohio
9777 to MASDC as TC1290 Feb 1, 1985.
9778 (MSN 580-8038) to Brazilian AF in 1967 as TF-33A 4343. WFU
9780 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9781 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
9782 to MASDC as TC2726 Aug 12, 1966
9785 on display at American Legion Post 34, Cadiz, Ohio
9786 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
9787 (MSN 580-8047) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4340. (1/14 GAv) crashed on Jan 17, 1968 on landing at BA Canoas, 
RS, Brazil. Pilot Ernesto Marini Sobrinho and Pilot Enildo Queiroga de Lucena killed
9792 to Thai AF as F11-14/10.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken up for spares.
9793 (3525th MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (51-17430 and
52-9581) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ. Instructor pilot
successfully ejected, but student pilot was killed.
9797 on display at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, Illinois
9798 (MSN 580-8058) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4339. Wfu
9803 assigned to 159th FIS, 25th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as TC1333 May 15, 1987.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
9804 to MASDC as TC315 Sep 12, 1962.
9805 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece.
9806 (MSN 580-8066) on display with Philippine Air Force as 29806 at Ninoy Aquino IAP, Manila in Jan 2010
9818 to MASDC as TC967 Jul 31, 1970
9815 (730th CSW) crashed by Nov 22, 1963.
9825 to MASDC as TC949 Feb 20, 1970
9826 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury for spares recovery Feb 13, 1965
9827/9875 MSN 580-8133/8181
9827 (20th TFW) SOC at RAF Wethersfield for spares recovery Sep 18, 1964
9828 (357th FIS) crashed by Aug 24, 1956.
9829 (7227th CSG) SOC at Aviano AB, Italy Apr 23, 1965 under MAP.
9830 (10th TRW) SOC at Toul AB, France for spares recovery Feb 13, 1965
9831 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Aug 7, 1964
9833 (32nd FIS) SOC at Camp New Amsterdam, Holland for spares recovery Nov 29, 1966
9834 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Apr 22, 1965 under MAP.
9835 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Nov 1, 1965.
9836 to Thai AF as F11-15/10.  Put on display at Kahampaeng Saen
9838 (MSN 580-8144). To French AF as 29838. To Singapore AF; ferry registration was F-BJDY
9839 to MASDC as TC1364 Mar 9, 1988.
9842 on display at city of Hector, Minnesota
9843 became N58417.  Noted Oct 1996 as instructional airframe at Benjamin Davis High School, Detroit, MI.
9845 to MASDC as TC944 Jan 23, 1970
9846 (MSN 580-8152) was on display at Edwards AFB, CA.  Later at Thomas P. Stafford a/p Weatherford, OK.
Noted mounted on pole outside TPS building at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003
9848 to MASDC as TC1319 Sep 19, 1986.
9851 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9857 (49th TFW) to RAF Mildenhall for disposal May 1964.  To Turkish AF under MAP
9858 to MASDC as TC861 Jan 10, 1969.
9859 (MSN 58-8165) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4341.  WFU
9862 (86th FIW) involved in incident at Wheelus AB, Libya May 26, 1959.
Subsequently went to contract maintenance facility at Milan-Malpensa,
Italy and SOC there Jun 1, 1963
9863 (47th BW) crashed at West Barsham, England following engine flameout
Oct 9, 1954.
9864 (36th FDW) crashed by Sep 27, 1958.
9865 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Aug 28, 1964
9866 (MSN 580-8172) noted stored with Turkish AF at Eskisehir AB in Apr 1995.
9867 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France Mar 21, 1966, then
transferred to French AF
9868 (48th TFW) crashed on landing at Chaumont AB, France Jan 22, 1959.
9869 (86th FIW) crashed by Nov 29, 1954.
9870 (86th FIW) crashed by Jan 20, 1958.
9871 (MSN 580-8177) to Spanish AF as E.15-50 under MAP Nov 5, 1964.  Preserved at Zaragoza AB, Spain as E.15-50
9876/9880 MSN 580-7702/7706
9876 (MSN 580-7702) to KLu as TR-24 in 1954.  SOC Dec 20, 1971
9877 (MSN 580-7703) to KLu as TR-18 in 1954.  W/o Jul 3, 1957.
9878 to German AF as AB-720, BD-720, JD-396, 94+15.  Scrapped 1972
9879 to German AF as AB-735, BA-735, BD-735, BB-818.  W/o Feb 2, 1965
9881/9905 MSN 580-7777/7801
9881 (MSN 580-7777) to KLu as TR-26 in 1954.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.with Hellenic AF as 29881 and 
preserved at Serres Aero Club Jan 2000.
9886 to German AF as AB-736.  W/o Jan 4, 1961
9888 to German AF as AB-729, BD-729, JD-397, 94+16.  Scrapped in 1972.
9892 (MSN 580-7788) to Belgium as FT24 Apr 1954.  SOC Jan 8, 1980.  Noted preserved as gate guard at
Brustem 1989.  Transferred to Beauvechain and preserved at the base museum.
9897 to German AF as AB-737.  W/o Aug 19, 1958
9898 (MSN 580-7794) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 29898.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 52-9898.  Preserved at 
Grottaglie AB, Italy
9899 (MSN 580-7795) to KLu as TR-19 in 1954.  W/o May 26, 1964
9900 (MSN 580-7796) to KLu as TR-20 in 1954.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
9901 (MSN 580-7797) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 29901.  MAP to French AF as 29901.  To Republic of Singapore
AF in 1982 as 373
9903 to German AF as AB-721, BD-721, BB-784.  To Turkey in 1968.
9905 to German AF as AB-722.  W/o Jul 2, 1957.
9906/9925 MSN 580-7877/7896
9909 to German AF as AB-738, BD-738, JD-398, 94+17.  W/o Nov 28, 1967
9910 to German AF as AB-727.  W/o May 8, 1962.
9913 (MSN 7884) to Netherlands as TR-29 in 1954.  To Greek AF as 29913.  Preserved at Larissa AB, Greece.
9914 to German AF as AB-723, BD-723, 94+18.  Scrapped in 1972.
9917 to German AF as AB-724, BD-724, 94+19.  To firedump at Munich Riem Apt.
9919 at Air Park, Eskisehir, Turkey.
9922 (MSN 580-7893) to KLu as TR-27 in 1954.  SOC May 26, 1972.
9924 (MSN 580-7895) to KLu as TR-30 in 1954.  W/o May 25, 1957
9925 to German AF as AB-731, BD-731, YA-701, 94+20.  To Greece as 29925
9926/9940 MSN 580-7977/7991
9926 to German AF as AB-739, BD-739.  W/o Mar 3, 1967
9927 to German AF as AB-732.  W/o Jun 2, 1959.
9928 (7330th FTW) crashed Oct 11, 1954
9929 to German AF as AB-740, DA-372, JC-381, JD-399, 94+21.  W/o in 1969
9930 to German AF as AB-728, BD-728, 94+22.  At Furstenfeldbruck as AB-773.
9931 to German AF as AB-790, DC-382, EC-383, MDp383, DC-395, 94+23.  Scrapped in 1972.
9932 to German AF as AB-741, BD-741, 94+24.  WFU Mar 24, 1971
9933 to German AF as AB-742, BA-742, DC-396, 94+25.  Scrapped in 1972.
9934 (MSN 580-7985) to Spanish AF as E.15-7 May 5, 1954 and last noted as instructional airframe at Las 
Bardenas Range, Navarra.
9935 to German AF as AB-743, BA-743, DC-397, 94+26.  Scrapped
9936 to German AF as AB-744, BB-744.  Scrapped in 1972.
9937 to German AF as AB-745, DC-383, DC-399, 94+27.  Scrapped
9938 to German AF as AB-730, BD-730, 94+28.  Sold in 1972
9939 (3131st Maint Gp) SOC at Chatearoux AB, France Dec 12, 1956 for spares recovery
9940 (MSN 580-7991) to Spanish AF as E.15-8 May 5, 1954 and last noted as instructional airframe at 
Las Bardenas Range, Navarra
9941/9950 MSN 580-8087/8096
9941 (MSN 580-8087) to Spanish AF as E.15-9 May 5, 1954 and w/o Jul 28, 1954.  Noted stored at Leon Air Base in
Sep 2013.
9943 (MSN 580-8089) to Spanish AF as E.15-10 Jun 25, 1954
9944 (MSN 580-8090) to Colombian AF as AT-33A FAC2008.  Preserved in the Museo Militar Colombia at Bogota.
9945 (MSN 580-8091) as FAE945 on display at Museo Aeronautico de la Feurza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.
9946 (MSN 580-8092) to Spanish AF as E.15-11 Jun 25, 1954
9947 (MSN 580-8093) to Spanish AF as E.15-12 Jun 25, 1954
9951/9975 MSN 580-8182/8206.
9951 to German AF as AB-746.  W/o Nov 21, 1957
9952 to German AF as AB-747, BA-747, DC-389, 94+29.  Scrapped in 1972
9954 to German AF as AB-748, BD-748, JD-395, 94+14.  Scrapeed in 1972.
9955 (MSN 580-8186) to German AF as AB-749, BD-749, 94+30.  To Greece as 29955.  Retired from Hellenic AF 
Jan 19, 2009 and noted preserved at Timbaki-Kalama Jul 2005.
9956 to German AF as AB-750, BD-750, BB-836.  W/o Jan 21, 1965.
9958 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10024.  Local converted to recon aircraft
as IT-33A.  On display in Belgrage Museum.
9960 to German AF as AB-751, DC-384, JD-383.  To Turkey?
9961 to German AF as AB-752, BD-752, 94+31.  Scrapped in 1972.
9962 to German AF as AB-753, BD-753, 94+32.  To Grece as 29962.
9963 was on display at Wales Aircraft Museum, Cardiff Airport until 
museum closed 1996; Scrapped at Cardiff in 1998.
9965 to German AF as AB-754, BD-754, BB-835, 94+32.  To Turkey in 1969.
9966 to German AF as AB-757, BD-757, 94+33.  At Buchel AFB
9967 (MSN 580-8198) to German AF as AB-733, BD-733, 94+34.  Preserved at Buchel AB, Germany
9968 to German AF as AB-755, BD-755, BB-832.  To Turkey in 1969
9969 to German AF as AB-756.  W/o Aug 16, 1962.
9971 to Chinese Nationalist AF as T-33024.  Must have defected, as noted 1987 in Military
Museum of Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.
9972 to Republic of China AF as T-33025.
9974 (MSN 580-8205) to Royal Danish AF Jul 20, 1954 as 29974, code TR-974, later DT-974.  Converted to ECM.
WFU apr 4, 1977.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro.
52-10539 ... 52-10970
Beech C-45H Expeditor 
MSN AF-469/AF-900.  Remanufactured AT-7/AT-11 aircraft.
10539 (AF.469, rebuilt AT-11 41-27661) To N9154R, N45GC.  At National Warplane Museum, NY (renamed Wings of Eagles
Discovery Centre in 2006)
10540 (MSN AF-470) remanufactured from AT-11 41-27514.  To civil registry as N6561D 
10541 (MSN AF-471) remanufactured from AT-11 42-37227.  To civil registry as N6556D
10542 (MSN AF-472) remanufactured from AT-11 42-37265.  To civil registry as N9348Z, N6617R.  No civil conversion, derelict
at Tucson, AZ 1972-1977.
10543 (MSN AF-473) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37533.  To civil registry as N9919Z (current with Majestic Airlines, 
Salt Lake City, UT. since 26-Sep-1985)
10544 (MSN AF-474) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27639.  To civil registry as N9914Z
10545 (MSN AF-475) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9585.  To civil registry as N9362Z, N6637R
10546 (MSN AF-476) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36960.  To civil registry as N9911Z.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire during forced landing off-airport, Tulsa, OK Jul 2, 1975.  2 killed.
10547 (MSN AF-477) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27507;  To civil registry as N9870Z, CF-NHW
10548 (MSN AF-478) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37693.  To civil registry as N8078E, N141, N9013, 5N-AFE and 
N57948.  W/o Aug 31, 1974.  Was at South African AF Museum, Swartkop, South Africa.  Fuselage dumped in grass 
at airfield entrance 2001-2002.
10549 (MSN AF-479) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36945.  To civil registry as N9865Z, CF-PCK
10550 (MSN AF-480) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27553.  tro Civil registry as N8071E, N134, N2122.  Crashed
ad destroyed during emergency landing at Waco, Tx Dec 20, 1973
10551 (MSN AF-481) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-37356.  To civil registry as N9599Z.  converted to Conrad 10200
trigear.  then to Zaire AF as 9T-BHA, civilianized as 9Q-CHA, thn 9Q-CQE, then 9T-BHA
10552 (MSN AF-482) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-037536.  To civil registry as N3332G, to South Africa as ZS-CLL
10553 (MSN AF-483) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37187.  To civil registry as N3199G
10555 9MSN AF-485) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27504.  to civil registry as N9392Z, N6654R.  Converted to 
PacAero Tradewind.  Crashed into San Francisco Bay on approach to landing in fog Nov 2, 1970.  4 unhurt
10557 (MSN AF-487) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27334.  To civil registry as N9900Z, converted to 
Volpar Super Turbo 18 as N399V.  Struck off registry Jun 13, 2006
10558 (MSN AF-488) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37182.  to civil registry as N9385Z, N6629R, N494DM.
Converted to Dumod Infinite trigear
10559 (MSN AF-498) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36903.  To civil registry as N9395Z, N9984Z, N493DM.  Converted
to Dumod Infinite I trigear.  To N558WN, HP-599.  Struck off registry in 1974
10560 (MSN AF-490) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37438.  To N9933Z, and then to Air America Apr 1965.  Crashed 
near Tan Son Nhut Airport after takeoff Jul 5, 1965.  3 killed. 
10561 (MSN AF-491) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27505.  To civil registry as N9934Z, XA-NUY
10562 (MSN AF-492) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-11 41-27401.  To civil registry as N9985Z
10563 (MSN AF-493) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9492.   To civil registry as N9905Z, N550ZZ, N558Z.
To Panama as HP-290, then to Honduras as HR-290
10564 (MSN AF-494) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87119.  To civil registry as N9917Z. Reported derelict c1978.
10565 (MSN AF-495) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35771.  To civil registry as N9132Z, then to Chile AF as 465.  
In Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile, Los Cerrilos.
10566 (MSN AF-496) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87205.  To civil registry as N9397Z, N6612R
10567 (MSN AF-497) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 42-43486.  To civil registry as N9133Z
10568 (MSN AF-498) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86936.  To civil registry as N6613R.  Converted to
Dumod Infinite I trigear and reregistered as N477DM.
10569 (MSN AF-499) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87187.  To civil registry as N3495G
10570 (MSN AF-500) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87282.  To civil registry as N9134Z
10572 (MSN AF-502) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47218.  Acquired by Air America May 12, 1965 from Wilco, 
Inc as N9073Z.  Put into inactive storage at Tainan Oct 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap at Tainan, 
Republic of China AF Jun 1974.
10573 (MSN AF-503) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87220.  To civil registry as N9872Z, CF-NUC
10574 (MSN AF-504) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47474.  To civil registry as N9056Z.  Struck off registry
May 24, 1994.
10575 (MSN AF-505) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47236.  To civil registry as N9002Z, N9004Z 
10576 (MSN AF-506) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87034.  Purchased by Air America from CAP, Wyoming Wing 
and registered as N6622C Oct 25, 1963.  Put into inactive storage at Saigon Feb 1, 1970. Originally
sold for scrap Oct 5, 1974, but unable to get government approval for sale, and
aircraft was abandoned at Saigon by US evacuation Apr 29, 1975.
10577 (MSN AF-507) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47089.  To civil registry as N3667G
10578 (MSN AF-508) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47596.  To civil registry as N9973Z, N137E, N169L, N848Q
10579 (MSN AF-509) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87219.  Acquired by Air America Aug 4, 1965 from Ideal Investments
as N9003Z. Registered with Air America as N6154U. Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech
by Jul 28, 1966.  Escaped from Saigon to Tainan, ferried to Roswell, NM by
Aug 5, 1974 and sold to Omni Aircraft Sales Feb 2, 1976.  Sold to
CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GGC Jan 1977.
Destroyed by arson attack by extremist group at Stans, Switzerland Oct 3, 1982.
10580 (MSN AF-510) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-17145.  To civil registry as N8640E (current with Grimes 
Aerospace, Urbana, OH since 18-May-2000)
10581 (MSN AF-511) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87272.  To civil registry as N9381Z, N6640R.  Converted
to PacAero Tradewind trigear.  Struck off registry Feb 27, 1992.
10582 (MSN AF-512) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86984.  To civil registry as N9877Z.  Converted to Atlantic
Aviation 9800.  To 9Q-CXB
10583 (MSN AF-513) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47461.  To civil registry as N9410Z, N100KU, N100KQ
10585 (MSN AF-515) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87391.  To civil registry as N9074Z, N413TB
10588 (MSN AF.518) to Navy as JRB-4 44588. Converted to SNB-5, changed to UC-45J in 1962. 
To civil registry as N9657 for AFLC/LOACA at WPAFB, OH. Now on display at March Field
Museum in USAF markings.
10589 (MSN AF-519) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10439.  To civil registry as N3483G, N12JR, N51FC 
10590 (MSN AF-520) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37623.  To civil registry as N3486G 
10591 (MSN AF-521) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27579.  To civil registry as N9048Z 
10592 (MSN AF-522) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10466.  To civil registry as N9334Z, N6607R
10593 (MSN AF-523) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37384.  To civil registry as N9868Z.  Converted to
Pacaero Tradewind trigear.  To N17MM, N524C 
10594 (MSN AF-524) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37514.  To civil registry as N9505Z.  Retired to storage at
Willow Run, MI 1976-1984.
10595 (MSN AF-525) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36963.  To civil registry as N3484G
10596 (MSN AF-526) To OB-T-856
10597 (MSN AF.527) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-38272.  To civil registry as N1597 
10598 (MSN AF-528) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36974.  To civil registry as N87690 (current with Beater 
Corp. Plymouth, MA. since 03-Oct-1989)
10599 (MSN AF-529) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27471.  To civil registry as N9999Z (this is the last
available registration number and is not normally used).  Later N628B
10600 (MSN AF-530) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37513.  To civil registry as N6552D, N211NY
10601 (MSN AF-531) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10463.  To civil registry as N1008B
10602 (MSN AF-532) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37026.  To civil registry as N6562D, N1050, HP-508, N1050
10603 (MSN AF-533) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27601.  To civil registry as N9887Z 
10604 (MSN AF-534) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27615.  to civil registry as N87680, N650NA.  To MASDC as CY001
May 14, 1980
10606 (MSN AF-536) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27412.  To civil registry as N9514Z, XA-DAJ, XB-JUR, N67132 
10607 (MSN AF-537) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10334.  to civil registry as N9380Z.  To N6628R and converted to
Dumod Infinite I trigear.  To N475DM with Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL
10608 (MSN AF-538) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10369.  To civil registry as N9522Z 
10610 (MSN AF-540) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36966.  To civil registry as N9597Z, N176L
10611 (MSN AF-541) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27519.  to civil registry as N9328Z, WFU.  Still present in former
yards of J. W. Duff Aircraft Company, Denver, Colorado In Mar 2015.
10612 (MSN AF-542) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27531.  To civil registry as N9800Z.  Converted to
Conrad 9360
10613 (MSN AF-543) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10374.  To civil registry as N165ZA (current with 
Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles, Lexington, NE since 09-Apr-1990) 
10614 (MSN AF-544) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21113.  To civil registry as N9431Z, N103H 
10615 (MSN FA-545) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1207.  To civil registry as N3198G, N911F, N3199, N106AC.
Struck off registry Jan 1988
10616 (MSN AF-546) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56742.  To civil registry as N8172H for export 
10618 (MSN AF-548) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56850.  To N9896Z, to Chile as CC-CUA, CC-PGE.  Derelict
at Santiago by 1977.
10619 (MSN AF-549) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1199.  To civil registry as N9368Z, N6614R
10620 (MSN AF-550) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33338.  To civil registry as N80S, N80SU, N809U, N105DK 
10621 (MSN AF-551) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56814.  To civil registry as N5558V
10622 (MSN AF-552) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2484.  To civil registry as N3656G, N943BW, N9689N
10625 (MSN AF-555) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33445.  To civilian regisry as N803Z, N901C, N901CD, HI-531CT
10626 (MSN AF-556) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33527.  To civil registry as N8643E.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire on takeoff roll on parachuting sortie, Paola KS May 20, 1973.  Pilot and 9 passengers unhurt.
10629 (MSN AF-559) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33348.  To LV-PNG, LV-WEX.  Abandoned in 2007 at Moron.
10631 (MSN AF-561) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33292.  To Argentine Navy as 0531/4E-25 .  Preserved at 
Jorge Newbery School, Haedo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Transfered to Centro de Exhibicion de Aeronaves de la
Armada Argentina, Bahia Blkanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
10632 (MSN AF-562) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1167.  To civil registry as N3734G, CF-MJY.  CF-MJY is 
currently on display at the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Sault Ste Marie, ON
10634 (MSN AF-564) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56748.  To civil registry as N9359Z, N6613R, N145BC, N145DC.  
Current 2011.
10635 (MSN AF-565) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56830.  To civil registry as N9375Z, N6639R.  Derelict at
Hamilton yard at Tucson, AZ in 1976.
10636 (MSN AF-566) was rebuilt AT-7 42-56725 (MSN 4344).  To MASDC in 1956.
To civil registry as N7163C with Washington State Natural Resources 
Department.  Reregistered N314WN Jun 15, 1962.  Several owners.  Modified
with taller cabin and picture windows. 
10637 (MSN AF-567) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21082.  To civil registry as N8181H.  Converted to Conrad 10200
trigear.  Crashed on takeoff at Port Angeles, WA and destroyed by fire Feb 5, 1969. 10 killed.
10638 (MSN AF-568) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56729.  To civil registry AS N9360Z, N6660R
10639 (MSN AF-569) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7  44-72022.  To civil registry as N4154A
10640 (MSN AF-570) remanufactured by Beech From AT-11 41-27363.  To civil registry as N122G.  Crashed and destroyed
near Puntilla, AK Jul 25, 1960
10641 (MSN AF-571) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27529.  To civil registry as N9526Z
10642 (MSN AF-572) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-11 41-27669.  To Ejercito Argentino (Argentine Army) as 
MG-4T/AE-250/AE-9E. To civilian registry as LV-JTT
10643 (MSN AF-573) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36852.  to civil registry as N9361Z, N6625R, N491DM.  Converted to
Dumod Infinite I trigear
10644 (MSN AF-574) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37710.  MAP for Peru.  To civil registry as OB-I-823
10645 (MSN AF-575) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10375.  to civil registry as N4027A, N97HA, N9772Z 
10646 (MSN AF-576) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10442.  To civil registry as N9923Z
10647 (MSN AF-577) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37616.  To civil registry as N9534Z, LV-PCI, LV-HRG.  Crashed
at Buenos Aires-Con Tocuato Nov 24, 1964
10648 (MSN AF-578) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37327.  To civil registry as N9555Z
10649 (MSN AF-579) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37092.  To Argentine Navy as CTA-50.
Registered as LV-IFE, later LQ-IFE and is being restored.
10650 (MSN AF-580) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37049.  To civil registry as N9480Z
10651 (MSN AF-581) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37381.  To N1410Z.  Current 2011.
10652 (MSN AF-582) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37582.  To civil registry as N9537Z, 9Q-CXP
10653 (MSN AF-583) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27592.  to civil registry as N9377Z.  To N6659, to N476DM with Dumod 
Corp, Opa Locka, FL. and converted to Dumod Infinite I trigear.
10654 (MSN AF-584) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9521.  To civil registry as N9066Z, N1444
10656 (MSN AF-586) rebuilt by Beech from AT-11 41-27425.  Sold on civil market in
1961 as N9550Z.  Now at North Carolina Aviation Museum, Asheboro, NC.
10657 (MSN AF-587) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37189.  To civil registry as N9546Z
10658 (MSN AF-588) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37348.  To civil registry as N9376Z, N6651R. 
Converted to PacAero Tradewind.  To N48W, N481E.
10659 (MSN AF-589) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-36851.  To civil registry as N9363Z, N6649R.  Derelict in
Allied Aircraft storage yard in Arizona by 1973. 
10662 (MSN AF-592) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10418.  To civil registry as N9998Z
10663 (MSN AF-593) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37414.  To civil registry as N9393Z, N6606R
10664 (MSN AF-594) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37471.  To civil registry as N17415, N111Z 
10665 (MSN AF-595) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37622
10666 (MSN AF-596) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27428.  to civil registry as N9104R, N450G .
Crashed with Majestic Airlines on takeoff at Twin Falls, ID Sep 24, 1990.
10667 (MSN AF-597) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37026.  To civil registry as N9817Z, N635F
10668 (MSN AF-598) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-11 41-9444.  Sold 1964, became TF-JMD, later TF-JMO.  Stored
derelict in 1992
10669 (MSN AF-599) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37200.  To civil registry as N9801Z 
Crashed during forced landing off airport at New Castle, Delaware Jan 17, 1978.
10670 (MSN AF-600) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27384.  To civil registry as N9913Z.  Converted
to Conrad 9360.  To N911U 
10671 5MSN AF-601) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37108.  To civil registry as N2625 
10672 (MSN AF-602) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27441.  To civil registry as TF-JME 
(Nordurflug). Converted to Hamilton Little Liner in 1968.  Then to TF-JMP (Flugfelag Nordurlands) wfu.  
In 1987 TF-JMP was under restoration at Akureyri, Iceland.   Has been reregistered TF-JFA.
Reported Feb 2009 preserved in airworthy condition at Icelandic Aviation Museum.
10673 (MSN AF-603) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27360.  To civil registry as N9983Z, N124H, N124HR 
10674 (MSN AF-604) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37606.  To civil registry as N9172Z 
10675 (MSN AF-605) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37287.  To civil registry as N7806C
10676 (MSN AF-606) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10445.  To civil registry as N8232E
10677 (MSN AF-607) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36946.  To civil registry as N86473, then HK-1087G
10678 (MSN AF-608) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27335.  To civil registry as N4935E 
Derelict at Oakland, California by 1979.
10679 (MSN AF-609) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9533.  To civil registry as N820Z, N8041F.  To South 
Africa as ZS-FRF, to Botswana as A2-AOS.  To SAAF Museum, Capetown-Ysterplaat Dec 1976 to 1983.  Stripped
airframe stored Lanseria 1976-78.  To SAAF Museum, Swartkop AB in 1999
10680 (MSN AF-610) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37343.  To civil registry as N9553Z, N600UW 
10681 (MSN AF-611) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37399.  To civil registry as N8720R 
10684 (MSN AF-614) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9487.  To N86471, to Colombia as HK-1147.  Crashed in
sea 25 mi off Puerto Rico Jun 26, 1973.
10685 (MSN AF-615) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37085.  To civil registry as N6553D, N214N
10687 (MSN AF-617) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27357.  To civil registry as N6365T 
(current with Aircraft Guaranty Corp., Houston, TX. since 05-Apr-1996 operator?).  In 2011 was with 
Lauridsen Aviation Museum, Buckey MAP, Buckeye, Arizona.
10689 (MSN AF-619) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10336.  To civil registry as N87692 
10690 (MSN AF-620) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27578.  To civil registry as N9916Z, N701FY.  To
Fairbanks Museum, Alaska in 2006.
10691 (MSN AF-621) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9513.  To civil registry as N9354Z, N6611R.  Derelict
at Tucson, AZ by 1976.
10693 (MSN AF-623) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37591.  To civil registry as N9513Z.  Derelict at
Tucson, AZ by 1979.
10694 (MSN AF-624) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37204.  Acquired by Air America Aug 18, 1965 from Aero 
American Corp as N9871Z.  Stored at Tainan, Republic of China AF Oct 12, 1969.  Sold for scrap at Tainan Jun 17, 1974.
10695 (MSN AF-625) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37168.  To civil registry as N9332Z.  Converted to 
Pacaero Tradewind as N69K 
10696 (MSN AF-626) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37299.  To civil registhr as N4726 C, N130, N7
10698 (MSN AF-628) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27621.  To civil registry as N9909Z.  Crashed and destroyed
in forced landing off-airport due to fuel exhaustion at Plymouth, Michigan May 12, 1973.
10699 (MSN AF-629) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10394.  To civil registry as N9155Z.  Converted to
ATE Westwind I.  To N390S, CF-QMO, N35136.  Rebuilt as Hamilton Westwind III.  To N71GJ	
10700 (MSN AF-630) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37141.  To civil registry as N9055Z.
10701 (MSN AF-631) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37152.  To civil registry as N9823Z, N256RA.  Impounted
and derelict at Madrid AB, Colombia by 1988. 
10702 (MSN AF.632) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27561. To MAP in 1959 with delivery civil registration of N9135Z.
10703 (MSN AF-633) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37603.  To civil registry as N9843Z, N3-045L,
to Argentina as LV-PCY, LV-GYS, LQ-GYS, LV-GYS.
10704 (MSN AF-634) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36954.  Operated by Air America as N9475Z.  W/o Aug 21, 1967 on flight
from Quang Gnai to DaNang, VN when aircraft crashlanded and caught fire,
killing 4 passengers, injuring the pilot and 3 other passengers.
10705 (MSN AF-635) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37278.  To civil registry as N150X, HP-509, N150X
10706 (MSN AF-636) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37383.  to civil registry as N9835Z, N636CF 
10707 (MSN AF-637) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37171.  To civil registry as N9397Z, N6168U, N229CH, N2290H,
N9WM 
10708 (MSN AF-638) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27342.  To N9827Z.  To Liberia as EL-AFO
10709 (MSN AF-639) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37671.  To civil registry as N9349Z, N6610R.  Derelict
in Allied Aircraft storage yard, Arizona in 1973.
10710 (MSN AF-640) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27677.  To civil registry as N7805C , PI-C647.  Converted
to PacAero Tradewind.  To N7805C
10711 (MSN AF-641) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27602.  To civil registry as N116Y 
10712 (MSN AF-642) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36920.  To civil registry as N5043K.  Converted to PacAero
Tradewind.
10713 (MSN AF-643) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37573.  To civil registry as N1713 
10714 (MSN AF-644) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10335.  To civil registry as N281M .  Crashed and destroyed
on landing at Allentown, Pennsylvania Jun 29, 1979.  2 crew unhurt.
10715 (MSN AF-645) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37666.  To civil registry as N9931Z, N792MU, N792MA,
N114DS, N45SK 
10716 (MSN AF-646) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37000.  To civil registry as N4981E, N6568D
10718 (MSN AF-648) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36990.  To civil registry as N9448Z
10719 (MSN AF-649) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37263.  To civil registry as N9932Z
10720 (MSN AF-650) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9549.  To civil registry as N9704Z.  Struck off registry
Jun 23, 1994
10721 (MSN AF-651) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37222.  To civil registry as N9587Z, N157NA 
10722 (MSN AF-652) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27513.  To civil registry as N9805Z.  Derelict at Pontiac,
Michigan by 2000.
10723 (MSN AF-653) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37312.  To Peruvian AF as FAP 725.   To Peru civil
registry as OB-T-854.  Retired by 1969/1971
10724 (MSN AF-654) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10355.  To civil registry as N3334G, converted to IAD 10-2.
To 9O-CJY, 9Q-CJY, 
10725 (MSN AF-655) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27667.  To civil registry as N9504Z.  Derelict at Honolulu,
Hawaii since 1975/1979.
10726 (MSN AF-656) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37247.  To civil registry as N9922Z.  Converted to IAD 10-2.
To 90_CJP, then 9Q-CJP
10727 (MSN AF-657) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36957.  To civil registry as N8174H, converted to IAD 10-2.
To 9Q-CJI.  Struck off registry by 1984.
10728 (MSN AF-658) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10429.  To civil registry as N86476, HK-1148P, HK1148G, HK-1148.
Derelict at Medellin, Colombia by 1978.
10729 (MSN AF-659) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27537.  To civil registry as N4257A
10730 (MSN AF-660) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37303.  To civil registry as N9068Z 
10731 (MSN AF-661) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27340.  To civil registry as N86475.  To Colombia as HK-1112G.
Crashed on takeoff at Bogota, Colombia Jul 1973.
10732 (MSN AF-662) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37708.  Became N9862Z, then CF-OME. Noted recently 
in Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada.
10734 (MSN AF-664) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9466.  To civil registry as N6563D
10735 (MSN AF-665) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10356.  Became N9156R.  Struck off registry as scrapped Nov 2000.
10736 (MSN AF-666) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37073.  To civil registry as N8073E, N136
10737 (MSN AF-667) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37047.  To N9472Z, then to Guatemala as TG-HIH-C.
Struck parked Cessna 188 N8196V while landing at private strip at West Helena, AR Dec 14, 1972.  Both
aircraft destroyed by fire.
10739 (MSN AF-669) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37626.  To civil registry as N9038R, N444BW, struck off
US civil registry Aug 1986.  To XA-CQXC, to N164DB Jun 21, 2006.
10740 (MSN AF-670) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-37489.  to civil registry as N86436 
10741 (MSN AF-671) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 44-72008.  To civil registry as N9105R, 
later F-BMCE, wfu in 1969
10743 (MSN AF-673) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37711.  To civil registry as N9530Z
10744 (MSN AF-674) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36975.  Acquired by Air America Jun 10, 1965 from 
Cal-Nat Airways as N9542Z.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Air Asia Aug 24, 1966.  Ferried to Roswell, NM
Sep 1975 after being stored at Tainan.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC
Jan 1691076 as N7373U.  Next to Investair Leasing Corp of McLean, VA Dec 1982.  Broken up at Ilopango AB,
San Salvador in 1985.
10745 (MSN AF-675) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27407.  To N9169Z.   Derelict at Miami, FL by 1968
10746 (MSN AF-676) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37659.  To civil registry as N9538Z.  Derelict at
Whiteman Air Park, California by 1993.
10747 (MSN AF-677) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37142.  To XB-WOS, XA-TAG but the Mexican aicraft might be AF-577.
10748 (MSN AF-678) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27333.  Acquired by US Army in 1962.
10749 (MSN AF-679) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27562.  To civil registry as N9593Z 
10750 (MSN AF-680) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9499.  To civil registry as N9355Z, N6694R. Converted to
Volpar Turoliner.  To N357V.  Crashed asnd destroyed on landing at Lupine, Alaska Jan 10, 1974.  6 killed.
10751 (MSN AF-681) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37519.  To civil registry as N9414Z.
10752 (MSN AF-682) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27607.  To civil registry as N6696N, N850H, N8504 
10754 (MSN AF-684) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27576.  To civil registry as N9915Z.  Crashed and destroyed
with Skyway Air Cargo during landing overshoot at Maui, Hawaii Dec 11, 1965.
10755 (MSN AF-685) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37206.  To civil registry as N8712R
10757 (MSN AF-687) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9524.  To civil registry as N166ZA (sprayer)
10758 (MSN AF-688) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37065.  To civil registry as N8092H, N442MH 
(current with Sky Train, Chicago, IL. since 31-Oct-1974)
10759 (MSN AF-689) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37128.  Acquired by Air America Jun 17, 1965 from 
Apache Airlines as N3674G.  Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Air Asia Sep 1, 1967.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean
Sep 22, 1975 betwen Midway and Adak Island, AK while being ferried from Tainan to Roswell, New Mexico.  
10760 (MSN AF-690) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27470.  To civil registry as N9379Z, N6603R, N497DM.
Converted to Dumod Liner.  Crashed and destroyed by fire on takeoff in snow, Binghamton-Broome County, New
York Mar 22, 1970.  3 killed, 8 injured. 
10761 (MSN AF-691) remaufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37169.  To civilian registry as N86484, then PK-ABU with
Indonesian government
10762 (MSN AF-692) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37103.  To civil registry as N167Z, N167ZA 
10763 (MSN AF-693) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37185.  To civil registry as N9373Z, N6615R 
for Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL. (probably for conversion)
10764 (MSN AF-694) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10472.  To civil registry as N3331G, N281H 
10765 (MSN AF-695) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27651.  Del  SAC 814th Air Base Unit, Fairchild AFB Apr 26, 1954. 
SAC 807th Air Base Unit, March AFB  1956.   ATC 3520th CCTWG McConnell AFB Aug 1958. Davis-Monthan AFB storage & sale. 
2704th AF Aircraft Storage & Disposition Grp.  To Brumos Aviation Corp, Jacksonville, FL, registered as N9976Z Mar 1, 1962, 
To Missionary Flights Inc of West Palm Beach, FL and registered N325D Jul 28, 1973, reregistered
N300MF Jun 12, 1978.  Reregistered N325D Sep 29, 1979.  Current as of Apr 2014.
10766 (MSN AF-696) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37345.  To civil registry as N9374Z, N6627R, N498DM.
Converted to Dumod Infinite I trigear
10767 (MSN AF-697) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37484.  To civil registry as N9326Z, XB-KAA, XA-TAF.
10768 (MSN AF-698) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36898.  Registered N86485 to Internationa Development Agency, to
Indonesian government as PK-ABV Aug 1962
10769 (MSN AF-699) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37664.  To N3673G, to Mexico as XB-KAA
10770 (MSN AF-700) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37355.  To civil registry as N8077E, N140, N140W.
Derelict at San Juan airport, Puerto Rico by 1978 
10771 (MSN AF-701) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27372.  to CAA as N4, later N8076E, N139, N4, N403SE.
Crashed and destroyed after takeoff for parachute drop, Taft, California Oct 17, 1982.  14 killed.
10772 (MSN AF-702) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-27236.  To N9965Z with Air America, later Atlantic
Aviation Corp (another CIA front).  To 9Q-CXQ.  Crashed and destroyed
in Zaire Feb 15, 1970.
10773 (MSN AF-703) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36984.  to civil registry as N4728C, N47869, N131,
N1313,  N149L.  Converted to Conrad 9360 
10774 (MSN AF-704) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87052.  Acquired by Air America Oct 1965 and registeredas N9956Z.
Converted to Volpar Turbo Beech by Jan 5, 1967.  Ferried to Roswell, NM
from Tainan Aug 1975.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC
Feb 2, 1967.  Sold to CIBA-Pilatus Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland
as HB-GGI.  Registration cancelled Jan 30, 1980.  Aircraft was broken up.
10775 (MSN AF-705) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35685.  To civil registry as N9821Z.  Derelict at St Thomas,
US Virgin Islands by 1980.
10776 (MSN AF-706) remanufactured by Beech From C-45F 44-47747.   Registered N86486 to Internatoonal Development Agency.
To PK-ABT with Indonesian government Aug 1962
10778 (MSN AF-708) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35941.  To civil registry as N9888Z 
10779 (MSN AF-709) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87107.  To civilian registry as N3722G, then PK-ABW
10780 (MSN AF-710) remanufactured by Beech From C-45F 44-47660.  To civil registry as N8372H, N88Q.  Crashed and
destroyed by fire at Lakewood, California after takeoff in fog Long Beach, California Aug 7, 1965.  8 killed.
10781 (MSN AF-711) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87189.  To civil registry as N9358Z, N6600R.  Derelict at
Allied Aircraft yard in 1973.
10782 (MSN AF-712) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47597.  To civil registry as N9387Z, N6653R.  Derelict
at Tucson, Arizona by 1976.
10784 (MSN AF-714) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87269.  to civilian registry as N86487 with International Development
Agency, was to have become PK-ABX but NTU.  Sold to Crown Assets Disposal
Corporation and registered CF-PLU Aug 14, 1962.  May have suffered accident
in Canada enroute to Indonesia and sold on site.  Later to Superior Airways.
Registration cancelled Apr 24, 1972.
10785 (MSN AF-715) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87131.  To civil registry as N3736G (current 
with Charles M Kirk, Lakewood, CA. since 16-Sep-1986)	
10786 (MSN AF-716) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47573.  To civil registry as N9327Z.  Crashed while airdropping
supplies to firefighters in Payette National Forest, near Salmon, Idaho Jul 9, 1965.  2 killed.
10788 (MSN AF-718) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35891.  To civil registry as N9598Z, N1823B, N1820B
10789 (MSN AF-719) remanufactured by Beech From C-45F 44-87300.  To civil registry as N9350Z, N6623R.  Derelict at
Tucson, Arizona by 1976
10790 (MSN AF-720) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86950.  To civil registry as N9560Z, N956C.  Crashed and
destroyed on landing at Aurora, Wisconsin Oct 29, 1967.
10791 (MSN AF-721) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87115.  To civil registry as N5642V.  Crashed into sea
Molokai, Hawaii Feb 22, 1972.  8 killed
10792 (MSN AF-722) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47568.  To civil registry as N9489Z, XB-NOX
10793 (MSN AF-723) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47683.  To civil registry as N9952Z.  Converted to IAD 10-2.
To 9Q-CQC
10794 (MSN AF-724) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47686.  to civil registry as N9921Z for export.  Converted
to IAD 10-2
10795 (MSN AF-725) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47687.  To civil registry as N81, to Turkish civil 
registry as TC-KON Jul 18, 1962, cancelled Aug 18, 1976.  To Turkish AF in 1975 on behalf of Army Survey 
and Mapping Command.
10796 (MSN AF-726) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87297.  To civil registry as N9807Z, N600NA.  Crashed and
destroyed, in-flight fire, Hastings, MI Sep 15, 1979.  Pilot and 3 passengers killed.
10797 (MSN AF-727) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87066.  To civil registry as N9549Z, to C-GKMT, back to N9549Z
10798 (MSN AF-728) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87226.  To civil registry as N3735G, 
10800 (MSN AF-730) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21145.  To civil registry as N9084Z, N830K .  Crashed and 
destroyed when left wing failed after takeoff, Middletown, Delaware Feb 28, 1967.
10801 (MSN AF-731) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1143.  To N9426Z.  To Denmark as OY-DAY.  Became TF-AIS, 
Crashed on ambulance flight, Norofjorour, Iceland Jan 18, 1966.
10802 (MSN AF-732) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33305.  To civil registry as N9957Z.  Ditched in heavy sea
near shore near Loiza Aldea, Puerto Rico Oct 11, 1969.  1 killed, 10 injured.
10803 (MSN AF-733) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33357.  to civil registry as N9811Z, F-BKOT (struck off register 
in 1969)
10804 (MSN AF-734) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56791.  To N9533Z 
10805 (MSN AF.735) to Indonesia as PK-BIB
10806 (MSN AF-736) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1168. Registered N86489 to International Development Agency.
To PK-ABY with Indonesian government Jul 1963.  Registration cancelled Oct 22, 1976.
10807 (MSN AF-737) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56794.  To N1018B, N17274.  To Indonesia as PK-BID
10808 (MSN AF-738) to Indonesia as PK-BIE
10809 (MSN AF-739) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56841.  Registered N86488 to International Development Agency.
To PK-ABZ Jul 1964. Registration cancelled Oct 22, 19766
10810 (MSN AF-740) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33318.  To YV-T-HTV in 1966 (it had a long career in Venezuela, 
with at least 7 different registrations)
10811 (MSN AF-741) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21124.  to civil registry as N86472, HK-1086, HK-1086G,
HK-1096.  Preserved at National Museum of Transportation, Cali, Colombia.
10812 (MSN AF-742) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-50091.  To civil registry as N9554Z 
10813 (MSN AF-743) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21116.  To civil registry as N74016, N772W 
(current with Jump Ride, Fresno, CA. since 22-Sep 1982)
10814 (MSN AF-744) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1155.  To civil registry as N1850.  Modified as E18S with
raised roof. 
10815 (MSN AF-745) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56781.  To civil registry as N9960Z, N145L, N35CB 
10816 (MSN AF-746) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1177.  To civil registry as N9850Z, to Mexico as XA-CED then XB-IAI,
then XB-ACX
10817 (MSN AF-747) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2489.  To civil registry as N9406Z
10818 (MSN AF-748) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-1196.  To civil registry as N9955Z
10819 (MSN AF-749) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56812.  To civil registry as N9970Z, N10JR.  In forced landing
off-airport and struck ditches at Marfa, Texas Nov 6, 1971.
10820 (MSN AF-750) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33272.  To civil registry as N9106R, N1180
10821 (MSN AF-751) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56751.  To civil registry as N9961Z.  Crashed and burned
on takeoff at lakewood, Wisconsin Sep 7, 1970.
10822 (MSN AF-752) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-43462.  To civil registry as N9962Z, 
later EC-ASJ, now preserved in Spain.  On display with Fundacion Infante de Orleans, Cuatro
Vientos, Madrid.
10823 (MSN AF-753) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56762.  To civil registry as N9407Z, N460K.  Stripped hulk
in quarry at Nome, Alaska 2008
10824 (MSN AF-754) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33299.  To civil registry as N9345Z.  Converted to
Volpar Turboliner.  registered N6622R, then N353V.  To Indonesia as PK-WWD, To HK-1296E.  To N4234A.
Converted to Hamilton HA-1 Westwind.  To N502CK
10825 (MSN AF-755) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33454.  To civil registry as N8072E, N135, N9012, HK-1194,
HK-1194P.  Struck off register in 1984.
10827 (MSN AF-757) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33638.  To civil registry as N9449Z
10828 (MSN AF-758) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2511.  To civil registry as N9839Z and 5N-AFG.  Broken up
in Nigeria in 1970.
10829 (MSN AF-759) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33437.  To civil registry as N9477Z, to N246W,
N618K
10830 (MSN AF-760) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33532.  To civil registry as N9808Z.  Crashed on takeoff
at Santa Fe, New Mexico Mar 31, 1973.
10831 (MSN AF-761) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33494.  To civil registry as N9364Z, N6601R.  Seen
derelict in Allied Aircraft Yard, Tucson, AZ 1972-1983.
10832 (MSN AF-762) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33438.  To civil registry as N4268A 
10833 (MSN AF-763) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-43502.  To civil registry as N9875Z, to CF-OII, C-FOII.
10834 (MSN AF-764) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33331.  To civil registry as N9356Z, N6636R, to
N355V.  Converted to Turboliner, registered N400WA
10836 (MSN AF-766) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33317.  to civil registry as N9342Z, N6645R 
10837 (MSN AF-767) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7C 43-33482.  To civil registry as N84R.  Crashed and destroyed
when struck trees during low pass in fog near Bellfontaine, Ohio Apr 9, 1965;
10838 (MSN AF-768) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2483.  To civil registry as N9908Z, then N1800E.  In Duffy Parts
yard in Denver, Colorado in 2000.
10839 (MSN AF-769) to Peru as FAP 691
10840 (MSN AF-770) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21138.  To civil registry as N9912Z.
10841 (MSN AF-771) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2479.  To civil registry as N9596Z, N128VC, to N128V, 
wfu Apr 16, 1990.  On display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT
10842 (MSN AF-772) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33375.  To civil registry as N9353Z, N6658R
10843 (MSN AF-773) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21055.  to civil registry as N9963Z, N146L.  Crashed Albany, NY
Apr 2, 1970.
10844 (MSN AF-774) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56811.  To N9920Z, 9Q-CJQ with Air Congo, Kinshasa
10845 (MSN AF-775) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21093.  To civil registry as N9338Z, N6655R
10846 (MSN AF-776) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56740.  To civil registry as N8075E, N138, N1036Z
10848 (MSN AF-779) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10381.  To civil registry as N9301Z, 9Q-CXA.  Modified
as Atlantic Aviation 9800.  Crashed on Mount Cameroon en route from Monrovia to Couala on delivery flight
Jul 21, 1964.  Wreck foun 2 years later
10849 (MSN AF-779) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27652.  To civil registry as N8074E, N137, N9014.
Destroyed wiht Micronesian Airlines, Guam, at Saipan by Typhoon Jean Apr 1968
10850 (MSN AF-780) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37098.  To civil registry as N9370Z , N6638R, N9370Z
(current with Mission of St Jude, Tucson, AZ. since 21-Aug-1998)
10851 (MSN AF-781) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37309.  to civil registry as N9136Z.  To Fuerza Aera de Chile 
as 481.  Was under restoration with Museo Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos,
Santiago de Chile in 1998.  Noted on display at Punta Arenas in 2009.
10852 (MSN AF-782) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36837.  To civil registry as N9958Z.
10853 (MSN AF-783) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37338.  To civil registry as N9070Z, N183K, TF-RED
10854 (MSN AF-784) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 4127624.  To civil registry as N9137Z.  To  Chile AF as 491.  
Preserved at Museo Aeroespacial, Camo do Alfonsos, Brazil in FAC scheme.
10855 (MSN AF-785) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9454.  To civil registry as N135L
10856 (MSN AF-786) remanufactured by Beech From AT-11 42-37478.  To civil registry as N9863Z.  Noted derelict
in Royal Air storage yard, Pontiac, Michigan Jul 1991.
10857 (MSN AF-787) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10455.  To civil registry as N132P, CF-EBB
10858 (MSN AF-788) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37077.  To civil registry as N7743C.  Put on display on 
a pylon at Scott AFB, Illinois
10859 (MSN AF-789) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27554.  To civil registry as N22CE, N228E
10860 (MSN AF-790) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37395.  To civil registry as N9409Z.
10861 (MSN AF-791) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37249.  To civil registry as N9799Z, N404K 
10862 (MSN AF-792) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37534.  sold on civilian market as N87688, but later went to
Hill AFB Heritage Museum, Utah in 1985 where it is displayed again in USAF insignia.
10863 (MSN AF-793) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37685.  To civil registry as N136N 26-Jul-1966 
for Clark County Civil Defence Agency, Arden, NV. wfu)
10864 (MSN AF-794) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37388.  To civil registry as N86477, HK-1085, HF-1085G.
Struck off registry Sep 4, 1981.
10865 (MSN AF-795) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37577.  To civil registry as N87694.  On display 
at Travis AFB Museum, California
10866 (MSN AF-796) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37418.  To civil registry as N2797A, N311SA, N4111A.
Sold in 1992 to USAF Museum prior to current display at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota with
false serial 40796.
10867 (MSN AF-797) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10407.  To civil registry as N9455Z
10868 (MSN AF-798) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27594.  To civil registry as N74034.  Ditched in Pacific
Ocean during ferry flight due to fuel expiration Mar 5, 1967.  Crew was rescued.
10869 (MSN AF-799) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36864.  To civil registry as N9006Z, N4729C, N132, N1322,
N335X.  Crashed on takeoff on beach at La Salina Ranch near Vera Cruz, Mexico Ju 19, 1968.
10870 (MSN AF-800) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27617.  To civil registry as N9987Z
10871 (MSN AF-801) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36983.  To Peruvan AF as FAP 724 in 1959.
To Direccion de Aviacion Civil, Collique Jul 1966 as OB-I-825
10873 (MSN AF-803) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37631.  To civil registry as N9959Z, to 9Q-CXE.  Converted
to Atlantic Aviation 9800 in 1965.
10874 (MSN AF-804) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36986.  To civil registry as N9371Z, N6650R, N492DM.  Conversion
To Dumod Infinite II not completed, later to Domod Liner.  Crashed and destroyed near Morringsport, Louisiana
Apr 6, 1993. 
10875 (MSN AF-805) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27671.  To civil registry as N9889Z
10876 (MSN AF-806) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10424.  To civil registry as N876N 
10879 (MSN AF-809) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27646.  To civil registry as N10305
10882 (MSN AF-812) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27646.  To civil registry as N74000
10883 (MSN AF-813) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37531.  To civil registry as N801CD
10884 (MSN AF-814) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10399.  To civil registry as N9453Z.  Undershot
landing and destroyed by fire at Treasure Cay, Bahamas Mar 12, 1971.  The plane at Minnesota ANG Museum, 
Minneapolis-St Paul IAP painted as 52-10884 is actually BuNo 51338.
10885 (MSN AF-815) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-36890.  To civil registry as N4983E, N480P 
10886 (MSN AF-816) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27623.  To civil registry as N9980Z.  Converted to Pacaero
Tradewind.  Crashed and destroyed near Kansas City, MO Mar 5, 1965.  5 killed.
10887 (MSN AF-817) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37002.  To NASA at Jet Propulsion Laboratory of
Pasadena, California as N9525Z.  Volpar trigear and PacAero 9800 kit installed by Hamilton Aircraft
Co of Tucson, AZ Oct 1961.  To NASA at Kennedy Space Center, Florida as N6NA .  To Manatee County
Mosquito Control of Palmetto, Florida Dec 1981 to 1990.  To Milford Aircraft Parts Inc, of Davie, Florida
Jun 15, 1999.  To A Cargo and Leasing Co of Molalla, Oregon Jun 1, 2000 to 2014.
(current with A Cargo and Leasing, Molalla, OR. since 01-Jun-2000).
10889 (MSN AF-819) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37408.  To civil registry ass N4709C.  Crashed and destroyed
on takeoff for parachute operations at Lakeside, California Feb 14, 1971.  10 killed.
10890 (MSN AF-820) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37308.  To civil registry as N9325Z, N188AA.  Converted
to Atlantic Aviation Versa-Beech.  To N4000Y.  Crashed and destroyed on landing at Hartford, CT Jun 3, 1968.
10892 (MSN AF-822) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27508.  To civil registry as N9004Z, N960K. 
Derelict at San Juan-Isla Grande, Puerto Rico by 1978
10893 (MSN AF-823) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27600.  Currently  on display at WPAFB Museum, initially marked as 40823,
later 210893
10894 (MSN AF-824) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37199.  To civil registry as N7916A .  Noted on display 
in US Navy markings May 2003 at Beechcraft Heritage Museum, Tullahoma, Tennessee and again Apr 2010.
10895 (MSN AF-825) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27581.   To civil registry as N3120G .  Slid into lake during
gear-up forced landing on tundra and sank near Deering, Alaska Sep 27, 1982.  Crew of 3 reached shore
uninjured, aircraft not recovered.  Scrapped and struck off registry Jul 8, 1996.
10896 (MSN AF-826) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37542.  To civil registry as N9938Z, N2701C
10897 (MSN AF-827) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27432.  To civil registry as N9997Z, N606P, later N606PA 
10898 (MSN AF-828) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10428.  To civil registry as N819Z
10899 (MSN AF-829) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10378.  To N9524Z, N992BP.  Converted to Pacaero
Tradewind.  To N992BC.  Struck off registry Mar 1989.
10900 (MSN AF-830) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37464.  To civil registry as N6694N, N840H
10901 (MSN AF-831) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 44-72009.  Became N9981Z, converted by Pacific Airmotive 
as prototype PAC Tradewind. Arrived at Bangkok, Thailand March 1968 
and registered HS-SKA Jul 25, 1968 to Bangkok United Mechanical Co for operation 
by Sahakol Air. Registration cancelled Nov 22, 1972.
10902 (MSN AF-832) remanfuactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56842.  To civil registry as N4941C.  Struck off registry
Mar 7, 1996
10903 (MSN AF-833) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47513.  To civil registry as N550W.
10904 (MSN AF-834) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35584.  Loaned to US Navy as 210904.  To civil registry as N40074 
(current with American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX since Sep 5, 1991)
10905 (MSN AF-835) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35903.  To civil registry as N4999E.  Struck off
registry Aug 1989.
10906 (MSN AF-836) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35641.  To N9844Z, acquired by Air America as N9844Z, 
reregistered as N343T Mar 31, 1965.  Modified to IAD 10-2 by Air Asia 1964/65
Leased to Scheduled Air Services Ryukyus Feb 1965 to Jul 1967.  Caught fire during
landing roll at Saigon Oct 15, 1968.  Aircraft was not repaired.  Struck off registry Feb 3, 1970.
10908 (MSN AF-838) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47165.  To civil registry as N9979Z, N139VP, N139V 
10909 (MSN AF-839) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47159.  To civil registry as N9408Z, N9413Z, N139V
10911 (MSN AF-841) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87111.  To civil registry as N9166Z
10912 (MSN AF-842) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47160.  To civil registry as N3693G 
10913 (MSN AF-843) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47529.  To civil registry as N9842Z.  to Argentina 
registry as LV-PCX (delivery), LV-GYR  Crashed Dado de Baja Jul 7, 1970
10914 (MSN AF-844) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 43-35731.  To civil registry as N3729G 
10915 (MSN AF-845) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47692.  To civil registry as N9566Z 
10916 (MSN AF-846) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35633.  To civil registry as N3732G 
(Air Tropic, British Virgin Islands 21-Jun-1978).  Later N52DN
10917 (MSN AF-847) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35649.  To civil registry as N9481Z, N299C
10918 (MSN AF-848) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-43496.  To civil registry as N8070E, N133
10919 (MSN AF-849) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87265.  To civil registry as N9866Z, CF-NUY.
Crashed and ground looped on skis Mar 14, 1972 
10920 (MSN AF-850) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47490.  to civil registry as N9367Z, N241D, XC-FOG,
N241D (current with Barron Aviation, Perry, MO. since 01-Jun-1998) 
10921 (MSN AF-851) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86934.  To civil registry as N9881Z.  Struck off
registry as scrapped or destroyed Oct 24, 2007.
10922 (MSN AF-852) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2439.  To civil registry as  N9357Z, N6648R 
(current with Blue Skys, Gillette, WY. since 20-Feb-2001)
10923 (MSN AF-853) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56832.  To civil registry as N9903Z 
10924 (MSN AF-854) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56744.  To civil registry as N8393H.  Crashed during
forced landing at Hudson, New Hampshire Oct 2, 2001.  Struck off registry Mar 22, 2007.
10925 (MSN AF-855) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-2426.  to civil registry as N142Z, N202LA, N626RA 
(Rockford Air Charter, Rockford, IL.)
10926 (MSN AF-856) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21098.  To civil registry as N9396Z, N6643R.  Converted
to Volpar Turboliner as N346V.  To N231SK.  Damaged when left main landing gear collapsed Mar 18, 2005 
during landing roll at Panama City-Bay County IAP, FL 
10927 (MSN AF-857) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 43-33376.  To civil registry as N322X
10928 (MSN AF-858) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 42-56757.  To civil registry as N9833Z, N406JB, N486JB.
10929 (MSN AF-859) remanufactured by Beech from AT7C 43-49999.  To civil registry as N3731G, N200E, XB-ROI
10930 (MSN AF-860) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7A 41-21161.  To civil registry as N6188C, N9417Z, N214S,
N19920, N213SP 
10931 (MSN AF-861) remanufactured by Beech from AT-7 41-21058.  To civil registry as N9802Z,
converted to IAD 1002, then 9O-CQD, 9Q-CQD.  Struck off Zaire civil registry  by 1984
10932 (MSN AF-862) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37261.  To civil registry as N9365Z
10933 (MSN AF-863) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37237.  To civil registry as N9372Z, N6602R, N179S,
convrted to PacAero Tradewind, to N179SC, to N383HT
10935 (MSN AF-865) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-27355.  To civil registry as N9369Z, N6626R.  No civil
conversion, derelict at Tucson, AZ
10936 (MSN AF-866) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 42-37580.  To civil registry as N9436Z, N213S.  Crashed 
after forced landing into trees, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Apr 28, 1983.  2 injured.  Struck off registry Jun 1986
10938 (MSN AF-868) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10341.  To civil registry as N9929Z 
Crashed and destroyed by fire on landing at Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mar 18 1977.  Pilot unhurt.
10939 (MSN AF-869) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 43-10365.  To civil registry as N9149Z, N181M, N141ME,
N6603L.  Struck off registry Oct 1990
10940 (MSN AF-870) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9483. To civil registry as N9366Z, N6661R
10942 (MSN AF-872) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86971.  To civil registry as N9882Z, N194BC.  Derelict
at Herrera, Dominican Republic by 1978
10943 (MSN AF-873) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47684.  To civil registry as N3721G, N3721.  Crshed and
destroyed on takeoff at Opa Locka, Florida Jan 20, 1973.  2 hurt 
10944 (MSN AF-874) remnanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87218.  MAP to Peruvian AF Sep 1960 as FAP 722.  To Peruvian civil 
registry in 1966 as OB-I-824, later OB-T-824
10945 (MSN AF-875) remanufactured by Beecn from AT-7C 43-35588.  To civil registry as N9478Z, N611W, N611WP 
(current with Malcolm Thurmond, Georgetown, TX. since 05-Jan-2000)
10946 (MSN AF-876) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47739.  To civil registry as N9300Z, N118X.  Crashed into
houses and destroyed during return after takeoff Love Field, Dallas, Texas Dec 26, 1973.  Pilot killed
10947 (MSN AF-877) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87225.  To civil registry as N9567Z 
10948 (MSN AF-878) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47545.  To civil registry as N9085R.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire on takeoff from Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico Feb 8, 1969
10949 (MSN AF-879) remanufactured by Beech from C-45B 43-35595.  To civil registry as N9138Z
10950 (MSN AF-880) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87270.  To civil registry as N9139Z
10951 (MSN AF-881) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47489.  To civil registry as N9570Z.  Crashed on landing at
Midland, Texas Jan 14, 1969.  
10952 (MSN AF-882) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47715.  To US civil registry as N9140Z.  To Chile AF as 493.  
Preserved at Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile, Los Cerillos, Chile
10953 (MSN AF-883) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47682.  To civil registry as N1941Z
10954 (MSN AF-884) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47327.  acquired by Air America Jul 31, 1965 as N9157Z.  
Converted to Volpar Super Turbo 18.  Escaped to Bangkok from Saigon Apr 1975 and ferried to Tainan, Republic of China AF.  
Ferried to Roswell, NM Sep 1975.  Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales of Washington, DC Feb 2, 1975.  To CIBA-Pilatus 
Aerial Spraying of Stans, Switzerland as HB-GFX, to Kalitta Flying Service as N4209V and sold to Jim Hankins 
Air Service, Jackson, MS. 29-Jan-2002 (current)
10955 (MSN AF-885) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86957.  To civil registry as N9954Z.  To Colombian civil
registry as HK-1195.
10956 (MSN AF-886) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47393.  To civil registry as N9840Z 
10958 (MSN AF-888) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87045.  sold on commercial market in early 1960s as
N8176H, later N114G, later in Malta re-registered N495F.  Now on display at Aviation Museum of Malta
10959 (MSN AF-889) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47449.  To civil registry as N8192H, N850C.  Struck off
registry May 1987.
10960 (MSN AF-890) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87053.  to civil registry as N3465G, XB-JER, XB-BLF,
to N60493 (current with Cam Air, Carson City, NV. since 22-Jan-2002)
10961 (MSN AF-891) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47115.  To civil registry as N937aZ, N6616R, to N474DM 
to Dumod Corp, Opa Locka, FL and converted to Dumod Infinite I 1969/70
10962 (MSN AF-892) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86926.  To civil registry as N9322Z, XA-BLF. 
10963 (MSN AF-893) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86975.  To civil registry as N9352Z, N6647R.  Derelict
at Allied Aircraft yard, Arizona 1972-1983. 
10964 (MSN AF-894) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47593.  To civil registry as N9820Z
10965 (MSN AF-895) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87147.  To civil registry as N9543Z, N606J, N606JW, CF-GCI.
M606JW
10966 (MSN AF-896) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-86962.  To civil registry as N9441Z
10967 (MSN AF-897) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-47588.  To civil registry as N8924Z.  Converted to 
Volpar Turboliner as N342V, to N8SL, to N407TH.  
10968 (MSN AF-898) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87060.  To civil registry as N9910Z
10969 (MSN AF-899) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87179.  To civil registry as N3719G.
10970 (MSN AF-900) remanufactured by Beech from C-45F 44-87197.  To civil registry as N605BW, N21GL
53-782 ... 53-1071
North American F-86D-60-NA Sabre
MSN 201-226/515
782 (F-86L) on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado
787 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Mar 17, 1955 to Feb 3, 1960.  Registered as NACA 216.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays and to test Hughes CSTI equipment.
789 on display at Kellogg Airport, Battle Creek, Michigan.
806 (F-86L) on display with Wyoming ANG at Cheyenne Apt, Wyoming
809 (F-86L) former at Provo, Utah, then at Tucson Airport, Arizona.  Now on display at Ontario Municipal
Airport, Ontario, Oregon.
831 (F-86L) was on display at Lincoln AFB.  When the base closed in 1965, went on display at Nebraska ANG, 
Lincoln, Nebraska, painted as 52-3670.
841 (F-86L) on display at Merle H. Maine Warbirds Collection at Ontario Municipal Airport Ontario, Oregon
Acquired on unknown date from Socorro previously known as Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 
New Mexico (Blue Canyon Site).  On display outside.
843 (F-86L, MSN 201-287) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-6/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
847 (F-86L) was on display at Montgomery, Alabama.   Now on display at city of Greenup, Kentucky
848 (F-86L, MSN 201-292) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-7/06 in 1962.  SOC Apr 27, 1965
853 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-8/06 in 1962.  SOC Mar 27, 1966
862 (F-86L, MSN 201-306) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-9/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
866 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-10/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
892 (F-86L, MSN 201-336) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-11/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967.  Preserved
at RTAF Academy, Don Muang
894 (F-86L) mounted on a pylon outside ANG Base 171st Air Refueling Wing Pennsylvania Air National Guard 
Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
898 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-12/06 in 1962.  SOC Jul 22, 1966
900 on display at Houston Airport, Houston, Texas
903 on display at Chico, California.
914 on display at Rialto, California.
916 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-13/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
919 on display at Maxton, North Carolina
920 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-20/06 in 1966.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
924 on display at Urbandle, Iowa
944 on display at Van Wert, Ohio
946 on display at Poplar, Missouri
957 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.
959 (F-86L) with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
965 (F-86L) on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
973 (F-86L) on display at Air University, Maxwell AFB,
AL as late as the mid 1970s.  Is it still there?
978 (F-86L, MSN 201-442) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-18/06 in 1963.  SOC Oct 1, 1965
994 (F-86L) fuselage at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
997 (F-86L) on display at city of Butte, Montana
998 (F-86L) on display outside Highway 27, Florida City, Florida
1007 (F-86L) on display outside at Wilmington, North Carolina.
1013 (F-86L, MSN 201-457) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-14/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
1022 (F-86L) on display at city of Idaho Falls, Idaho
1023 (F-86L) on display outside at Bradner/Rising Sun, Ohio.
1029 on display at Louisiana Military Muston Ruston, Louisiana.
1030 (F-86L) on display at NAS Fort Worth, Texas
1032 on display at White Castle, Louisiana
1040 to civil registry as N74062.  Reported Aircraft Surplus Co and AMCEP 87/99, but likely misread for 53-1049.
Sale reported Ontario, OR 2000/08
1045 (F-86L) was on display at Battle Mountain Apt, NV.  Moved to new location, don't know where.  By 2012 was
removed to Wendover Historical Airfield, Utah for restoration.  Now on display at Tooele County, Utah
1046 (F-86L, MSN 201-490) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-15/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
1047 (F-86L) on display outside at Wilson, Arkansas
1049 Fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Still there Mar 2010.  Was never N74062.
1058 on display at Franklin, Ohio
1060 (F-86L) c/ 201-504 on display at Yankee Air Force,
Ypsilanti, Michigan painted in the colors of
an F-86D serial number 52-366 of the 37th FIS,
14th FIW at Ethan Allen AB in 1957, but with its
original serial number 53-1060 
1061 (F-86L) on display at VFW Post 2567, Hazlehurst, Mississippi
1064 (F-86L) on display at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
1067 (MSN 201-511) in 1979 preserved at Brighton, Colorado
53-1569 ... 53-1608
North American F-100A-15-NA Super Sabre
MSN 192-64/103.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1569 (MSN 192-64) to Republic of China AF as 031569, code 0301.  WFU
1570 (MSN 192-65) to MASDC Mar 17, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31570, code 0235.  WFU
1571 (MSN 192-66) to MASDC May 4, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31571, code 0214.  On display at Tamkang
University, Tamsu, Taipei, Republic of China AF.
1572 (MSN 192-67) w/o Jan 25, 1963 in fatal crash newr Kupk, AZ
1573 was on display at Goodfellow AFB, TX in Thunderbird colors. 
Now on displayh at Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
1574 preserved at Andrews AFB Sep 1976
1575 preserved at Clovis, NM Sep 1975
1577 (MSN 192-72) to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31577, code 0215.  On display at 
Tainan Vocational Industrial High School as 0215.
1578 (MSN 192-73) on display at Buckley AFB Collection, Aurora, Colorada painted as 41897
1580 assigned to 188th FIS, Connecticut ANG.  Preserved at Bradley Field Oct 1974. Reported at the BDR School,
Chateaudun, France in ANG markings in Jun 1994.  Dismantled in Thunderbirds marks by May 2003.
1581 (MSN 192-76) to Republic of China AF as 31581, code 0302.  On display
at National Defense University, Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, Taoyuan, Republic of China AF.
1582 (MSN 192-77) to MASDC Nov 12, 1964.  To Republic of China AF as 31582, code 0216.  WFU.
1583 (MSN 192-78) to MASDC May 3, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31583, code 0217.  On display at 
Taitung City Stadium as 0129.
1584 (MSN 192-79) to Republic of China AF as 31584, code 0107. WFU.
1585 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Oct 2, 1956 to Feb 15, 1960.  Registered as NACA 200.
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research 
1588 w/o Nov 6, 1955 due to engine failure, fire, and forced landing Foster AFB, Texas
1589 to MASDC Mar 16, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31589, code 0218.  On display at Wurih Army Barracks
(Ghenggong Ling) Taichung, Republic of China AF.
1593 (MSN 192-88) to Republic of China AF as 31593, code 0108. w/o 2/21/72.
1594 (MSN 192-89) to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 3154, code 0219. w/o 6/20/73.
1595 (MSN 192-90) to Republic of China AF as 31595, code 0109. w/o 6/11/69.
1596 (MSN 192-91) to MASDC Mar 17, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31596, code 0220. WFU.
1598 (MSN 192-93) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31598, code 0221. WFU
1600 was on display at Santa Fe, NM.  In 2008 was at Tucumcari Historical Museum, Tucumcari, NM in poor condition.
1601 (MSN 192-96) to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31601, code 0222.  WFU.
1602 (MSN 192-97) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31602, code 0223.  On display
at Chinese Cultural University, Yangmingshan, Shilin District, Tappei, Republic of China AF as 0223/53-6102.
1603 (MSN 192-98) to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31603, code 0224.  In use as
instructional airframe.
1604 (MSN 192-99) to MASDC Jan 27, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31604, code 0225.
1605 (MSN 192-100) to Republic of China AF as 31605, code 0110.  w/o 4/26/60.
1606 (MSN 192-101) to MASDC Jan 27, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31606, code 0226.  W/o 3/30/76
1608 (MSN 192-103) to Republic of China AF as 31608, code 0111.  w/o 11/30/71.
53-1709 ... 53-1778
North American F-100C-1-NA Super Sabre
MSN 214-1/70.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1709 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Sep 4, 1956 to Nov 2, 1960.  Modified for variable stability use, the 
first three-axis (pitch, roll, and yaw) variable stability aircraft at Ames.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 2. 1960 to Mar 1961
Registered as NASA 25
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA, Mar 11, 1964 to May 21, 1972
Used to evaluate direct-lift control as an aid to air-to-air refueling.  Registered as NASA 703
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
At some time, it acquired the tail surfaces of
an F-100D.  Retired by NASA in 1972 and given to San Jose State University and used for maintenance 
instruction at the university's aviation campus, located at SJC (Mineta San Jose International Airport). 
Registration cancelled Aug 2, 1974. Moved in 2004 to restoration hangar at Castle Air Museum for 
restoration.  Now on display there, marked as 55-2879, which was an F-100D.
1712 (MSN 214-4) named "Gail Ann" on display in Parade Ground Airpark of Lackland AFB in Oct 1978.
on display at Grissom AFB, Indiana
1713 lost due to engine failure 8/8/68, SEA, pilot recovered.
1714 w/o Ransomville Jul 21, 1970
1715 to MASDC Jan 21, 1972.  To Turkish AF under MAP Oct 20, 1972 as 53-1715, code 3-715.
Used as target at weapons training range, Konya.  Noted Mar 2014.
1716 to MASDC as FE222 Jan 15, 1974.  Now at Luke AFB, AZ.  On display there in 1982 as 54-2009 in Skyblazers team
markings.  Repainted in South-East Asia colors with 58th TFTW markings.
1717 to MASDC Feb 23, 1961
1718 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1956-1963.
1720 to MASDC May 6, 1971
1725 to MASDC Dec 3, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 20, 1972 as 53-1725.  W/o May 22, 1973
1727 to Turkish AF Nov 20, 1974 as 53-1727
1728 to MASDC Mar 14, 1974 as FE233
1729 to MASDC Feb 2, 1972. To Turkish AF Oct 2, 1972 as 53-1729.  W/o Feb 24, 1978
1730 to MASDC as FE265 Jun 5, 1974 as FE265
1731 to JF-100C.  To MASDC Oct 1975.
1732 to MASDC Nov 21, 1972.  To Turkish AF Sep 1973 as 53-1732, code 1-72.  on display at 
Havacilik Parki ve tayyare Muzesi, Andalolu University Aviation Park, Eskisehir, Turkey
1733 to MASDC Aug 1972
1737 to MASDC Jun 26, 1974 as FE267.
1738 (MSN 214-30) to MASDC Nov 13, 1972.  To Turkish AF May 22, 1973 as 53-1738
1740 shot down by gunfire 3/14/69, SEA, pilot recovered
1741 shot down by gunfire 5/4/69, SEA, pilot killed.
1742 to MASDC as FE254 Apr 29, 1974.
1746 (MSN 214-38) to MASDC Dec 16, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 1972 as 53-1746.
1747 (MSN 214-39) to MASDC Jul 17, 1971 as FE071.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 53-1747.
1750 to MASDC Oct 1975
1753 to MASDC Feb 14, 1974 as FE226
1755 to MASDC as FE247 Apr 23, 1974.  To Turkish AF as 53-1755.  W/o Jun 13, 1975
1757 (MSN 214-49) to MASDC Nov 27, 1972.  To Turkish AF as 53-1757.  Crashed during
emergency landing at Diyarbakir Feb 20, 1974
1759 (MSN 214-51) to MASDC Dec 14, 1971
1760 (MSN 214-52) to MASDC as FE170 May 3, 1972
1761 (MSN 214-53) to MASDC Dec 22, 1971 as FE142.  To Turkish AF Oct 4, 1972 as 53-1761.
1762 to MASDC Mar 8, 1974 as FE231.
1765 shot down by gunfire 9/27.68, SEA, pilot recovered
1767 (MSN 214-59) to MASDC May 8, 1972.  To Turkish AF Nov 20, 1972 as 53-1767.  In June 2014 displayed 
on dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey.
1771 to MASDC Jul 12, 1971 as FE068.  
1774 (MSN 214-66) to MASDC Jan 21, 1972.  To Turkish AF Sep 1972 as 53-1774.
1775 to MASDC Dec 1973
53-4475 ... 53-4554
Sikorsky H-34A Choctaw
Conversions to H-34B and H-34C.  Redesignated CH-34A/B/C in 1962.
Others converted to VH-34A.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
4475 (MSN 58015) converted to JH-34A.  Later converted to CH-34C.  Assigned to TRC, Fort Eustis, VA 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Apr 21, 1960 to Oct 30, 1961.
Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA.  To Vietnam.
To MASDC as HD014 Sep 18, 1969.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
4476 (MSN 58021) to MASDC as XJ047 Mar 22, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
4477 (MSN 58022) to civil registry as N22566.  Now on display at Air Force Flight Test
Center Museum, Edwards AFB, California
4478 (MSN 58023)
4479 (MSN 58028) to MASDC as XJ180 Jun 25, 1973. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4480 (MSN 58029)
4481 (MSN 58030)
4482 (MSN 58031)
4483 (MSN 58032) to MASDC as XJ105 Jun 14, 1972. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4484 (MSN 58033) to MASDC as XJ102 Jun 5, 1972, later 3H0246.  To Big Valley California
Aviation.
4485 (MSN 58039) 
4486 (MSN 58040)
4487 (MSN 58041) to MASDC as XJ130 Aug 30, 1972 
4488 (MSN 58042) to MASDC as XH130 Aug 30, 1972.  Conflict here with 4487.
4489 (MSN 58043) to MASDC as XH024 Jan 29, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4490 (MSN 58044) to MASDC as XH123 Aug 28, 1972.  Changed to 3H0247.  To Cannon AFB for
use as range target.
4491 (MSN 58045) to MASDC as XJ129 Aug 29, 1973.  Changed to 3H0248.  To Cannon AFB for
use as range target.
4492 (MSN 58050) to MASDC as XJ040 Mar 14, 1972.
4493 (MSN 58051) 
4494 (MSN 58052) to Vietnam.  To MASDC as HD015 Sep 18, 1969.  To civil registry as N4214P,
then N581HS, the N4214P.
4495 (MSN 58053)
4496 (MSN 58054) to Vietnam.  Preserved at Florence Air and Missile Museum,
Florence, SC.  Noted Apr 2004 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC
4497 (MSN 58055)
4498 (MSN 58056) to Vietnam AF.
4499 (MSN 58057) to Vietnam AF.
4500 (MSN 58058) 
4501 (MSN 58059)
4502 (MSN 58060) to MASDC as XJ116 Aug 16, 1972.  Renumbered 3H0249.  To Nellis AFB as
range target.
4503 (MSN 58065)
4504 (MSN 58066)
4505 (MSN 58067) to civil market as N55AR, then C-GIMO
4506 (MSN 58068) to MASDC as 3H250 May 23, 1972. Renumbered XJ0099.
4507 (MSN 58069) to MASDC as XJ136 Oct 10, 1972.
4508 (MSN 58070)
4509 (MSN 58071) to MASDC as XJ103 Jun 6, 1972. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
4510 (MSN 58072)
4511 (MSN 58073) to Vietnam AF
4512 (MSN 58074)
4513 (MSN 58075)
4514 (MSN 58076)
4515 (MSN 58077) to MASDC as XJ109 Jul 9, 1972.  To civil registry as N2769P
4516 (MSN 58078)
4517 (MSN 58079)
4518 (MSN 58080)
4519 (MSN 58081)
4520 (MSN 58082)
4521 (MSN 58083) to MASDC as XJ012 Jan 18, 1972. noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4522 (MSN 58084) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD013 Sep 19, 1969.
4523 (MSN 58085) to MASDC as XJ084 May 1, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4524 (MSN 58086)
4525 (MSN 58087)
4526 (MSN 58088) on display at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.
4527 (MSN 58089)
4528 (MSN 58090) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Feb 27, 1970.
4529 (MSN 58091) to MASDC as XJ146 Nov 27, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4530 (MSN 58092) to MASDC as XJ063 Apr 2, 1972.
4531 (MSN 58093) crashed Aug 1973.
4532 (MSN 58094)
4533 (MSN 58095) to MASDC as XJ015 Jan 18, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4534 (MSN 58096)
4535 (MSN 58097) crashed Jan 1969
4536 (MSN 58098) to MASDC as XJ184 Jul 27, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4537 (MSN 58099) to MASDC as XJ061 Mar 30, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4538 (MSN 58100) to MASDC as XJ073 Apr 15, 1972.  to Doan Helicopter Inc as N502DH.  
noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4539 (MSN 58101) 
4540 (MSN 58102)
4541 (MSN 58103) to MASDC as XH100 May 31, 1972.
4542 (MSN 58104)
4543 (MSN 58105)
4544 (MSN 58106) at California Army National Guard Museum, San Luis Obispo, CA
4545 (MSN 58107) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 20, 1969.
4546 (MSN 58108) to MASDC as XJ149 Nov 27 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4547 (MSN 58109) crashed Aug 1973, displayed at Fort Bliss as 57-6141.
4548 (MSN 58110) to MASDC as XJ186 Oct 23, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4549 (MSN 58111) to MASDC as XJ089 May 1, 1972.  (N74CH) noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4550 (MSN 58112) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jul 14, 1969.  With Chicago Helicopter Airways, St. Charles
IL as N74CH
4551 (MSN 58113)
4552 (MSN 58114) to MASDC as XJ115 Aug 2, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
4553 (MSN 58115)
4554 (MSN 58116) to MASDC as XJ014 Jan 18, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
53-5091 ... 53-5173
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8430/8512.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5092 to French AF as 13-TC.
5096 on display at Alaska ANG, Anchorage, Alaska
5098 to MASDC as TC341 Mar 28, 1962.
5099 to MASDC Aug 3, 1977.  On display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,
Edwards AFB.  It has been suggested that this plane is really 58-0669, painted
up as 35099.
5102 (MSN 580-8441) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4362. Wfu
5106 to MASDC as TC854 Aug 14, 1968
5109 preserved at Tuscaloosa AP, Alabama, painted as 54109
5112 (MSN 580-8451) to JASDF as 52-5642
5116 to MASDC Aug 22, 1972
5118 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
5119 to MASDC as TC344 Jul 8, 1963
5120 (MSN 580-8459). To French AF as 35120. To Thai AF December 1982; 
ferry registration was F-GBEO
5123 to AMARC as TC1351 Dec 11, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5124 to MASDC as TC953 Mar 2, 1970
5125 (MSN 580-8464) to Greek AF.  Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005
5126 (MSN 580-8465) to Greek AF.  Was stored at Hellenikon but notd Jun 21, 2005 stored
at Athens-Spata
5127 (MSN 580-8466). Reported winter 2003/4 preserved 
at Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan
5129 FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
5132 (MSN 580-8471). To French AF as 35132. To Thai AF December 1982; 
ferry registration was F-GBEN
5133 (MSN 580-8472) to Spanish AF as E.15-57 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
5134 to South Korean AF.  In 2012 was on display at Daegu IAP, South Korea.
5137 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Dec 17, 1965
5138 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Jan 21, 1966
5139 to Turkish AF under MAP
5141 to MASDC May 30, 1973
5144 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters May 16, 1966 and transferred
to French AF
5145 (MSN 580-8484) to Spanish AF as E.15-48 in 1964 under MAP
5146 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 19, 1965
5147 (MSN 580-8486). To French AF as 35147. To Thai AF March 1982; 
ferry registration was F-BJNO.  Went to Singapore AF with serial 377,
not Thai AF
5148 (357th FIS) in incident by Apr 11, 1955.  SOC Jun 16, 1955 from
7280th Maint Gp at Nouasseur AB, Morocco.
5149 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 19, 1965
5150 (MSN 580-8489) to Spanish AF as E.15-59 in 1964, noted as ground instructional airframe at Leon in 1991.
5151 to AT-33A.  Crashed by May 15, 1956.
5152 (3130th ABG) crashed by Jan 12, 1962
5153 (MSN 580-8492) As 35153 active with Republic of Korea Air Force.
5155 to Greek AF
5156 on display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA, parked outside.
5158 has been on a pole at city of Albert Lea, Minnesota since 1967.
5160 to Thai AF as TF11-6/10.  Reported preserved at Kamphaeng Saen
5161 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
5164 (MSN 580-8503) to Spanish AF as E-15-18 Jan 28, 1955
5165 (MSN 580-8504) to Spanish AF as E-15-17 Jan 28, 1955
5166 (MSN 580-8505) to Spanish AF as E-15-16 Mar 2, 1955
5172 assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 26, 1962 to Apr 22, 1971
Registered as NASA 510.  Assigned to Cheatham Annex, VA [airlifted by US Army helicopter]
53-5397 ... 53-5408
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8736/8747.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5397 to Indiana ANG and to MASDC as TC938 Jan 13, 1970 and was scrapped out of MASDC in 1976.
The plane marked as 53-5397 at Phoenix ANGB is really
58-0671.
5399 to MASDC Sep 1, 1972
5400 to civil registry as N94481.  Was NASA 715 around 1971.
5402 (3970th CSG) SOC at Torrejon AB, Spain for spares recovery
Mar 10, 1963.
5403 to MASDC Apr 17, 1977, returned to service Aug 15, 1977.  Now at Kulis ANGB
5404 to MASDC Sep 21, 1973.
5408 to MASDC as TC371 Nov 6, 1962
53-5919 ... 53-6152
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5919/5973 MSN 580-9395/9449
5974/5993 MSN 580-9456/9475
5994/6037 MSN 580-9526/9569
6038/6066 MSN 580-9641/9669
6067/6152 MSN 580-9688/9773
5923 to MASDC Apr 17, 1975
5924 to MASDC as TC744 Nov 4, 1966
5929 to Thai AF as F11-23/13.  To RTAF Museum, Don Muang
5933 (MSN 580-9409) in 1973 on display in Jonesboro, Arkansas.  Later on display at St. Charles, MO.  
Noted September 2003 with Missouri Wing of Commemorative AF at Smartt Field, St Charles, MO. 
Not in airworthy condition.
5936 was in San Diego Aerospace Museum and destroyed in fire in 1978.
5938 to MASDC as TC826 Jun 29, 1967
5939 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 29, 1972 on transfer under MAP
5943 (MSN 580-9491) to MASDC Oct 29, 1977, returned to service.  Displayed at Portland IAP, OR marked as 35344.
On display at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon in Aug 2008.
5944 to MASDC Aug 10, 1978, returned to service
5947 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
5948 to civil registry as N62519
5950 (MSN 580-9426) to Uruguay as FAU-212
5951 to MASDC Sep 16, 1975
5953 (194th FIS) vrashed Sep 13, 1983.
5956 crashed 10 mi N of Amboy, California Dec 22, 1965.  Pilot ejected successfully
5957 to MASDC as TC974 Aug 25, 1970
5959 (MSN 580-9435) to Uruguay as FAU-211
5960 To MASDC Aug 3, 1977, returned to service.  Now on display at Otis ANGB, Massachusetts
5962 to MASDC as TC961 Apr 25, 1970
5964 to Greek AF
5966 (Maryland ANG) collided in midair with Capital Airlines Vickers 745D Viscount N7410 4 mi E of
Brunswick, Maryland May 20, 1958.  7 passengers and crew of 4 aboard the Viscount all killed,
passenger in T-33 was killed, but pilot ejected safely.
5969 to MASDC as TC972 Aug 12, 1970
5970 to AMARC as TC1329 Apr 6, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5974 at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
5979 at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
5980 at Otis ANGB, MA
5986 on display at American Legion Post 199 in town center, Reedsville, Wisconsin
5987 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973
5988 to MASDC Oct 10, 1963
5990 on display at Maurice Roberts City Park, Richmond, Missouri.
5996 on civil registry as N142JS.  Was ex-Blackhawk Vocational Tech School machine, reg N1054Z.
In very poor shape located in the grass at Janesville, WI.
5998 on display at McConnell AFB, Kansas ANG, Wichita, KS
6000 presumably went to Greek AF and was noted at Tanagra AB in 1998
6008 at American Legion Post 27 in Apache Junction, Arizona on a pole.
6009 on display at city of Johnson City, Tennessee
6011 to NASA as 940, then N940NA.  Seen At Richard Loyd KJone Airport, OK Oct 2007.
6020 to Thai AF as F11-24/13.  W/o Jan 1973
6021 preserved at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.
6026 on display at American Legion Post 80 at New Richmond, WI Mar 2007
6028 at Boulder, CO.
6030 to MASDC as TC845 Dec 28, 1967
6032 to MASDC as TC815 Apr 28, 1967
6034 to MASDC as TC875 Oct 23, 1969
6036 to MASDC as TC870 Sep 26, 1969
6038 (MSN 580-9641) on display at Ben Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphis, Pennsylvania since at
least Aug 2006
6040 to Thai AF as F11-25/13
6047 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973
6053 on display at LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Mar 2007
6055 acquired by Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks, Springfield, MO.  Had been sitting
at the College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, MO since the late 1970s.  Bore civil 
registration of N99095
6057 to MASDC as TC793 Feb 13, 1967
6060 to MASDC as TC881 Oct 23, 1969
6062 assigned to the 363rd TRW at Shaw June 1972 
6064 (MSN 588-9667) was at Niagra Falls, NY.  Now on display at Eielson AFB, Alaska.
6069 (MSN 580-9690) noted in 2002 at Tenessee Museum of Aviation.  At Wisconsin Veterans Memorial
at Prairie du Sac Aug 2010
6070 to MASDC Oct 10, 1973
6073 on display at city of Gravette, Arkansas
6074 to MASDC as TC943 Jan 22, 1970
6075 to MASDC as TC0795 Feb 16, 1967
6081 on pedestal in front of American Legion post 83, Rosebush, Michigan
6082 (MSN 580-9713) to Hellenic AF as 36082 Feb 1972
6089 was at Florence Air and Missile Museum (this is now
closed).  Now at Darlington CAP, South Carolina Jun 2007
6091 at Quonset Point, RI.  A T-33 whith this shown as its first identity, then N32GB was
registred to Shooting Star Investment, Ltd. of Vamdrup, Denmari Aug 8, 2000 as
OY-RUT. 
6096 on pedestal at Spalding County AP, Griffin, Georgia.
6099 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
6100 on display at VFW Post 1776, Huron, South Dakota
6102 on display at Eagle Pass, Texas Jan 2008.
6106 to Thai AF as F11-26/13.  Preserved at Korat
6109 to MASDC as TC812 Apr 10, 1967
6114 (3970th CSG) SOC Mar 10, 1963 for spares recovery
6116 to MASDC as TC686 Jun 1, 1966
6117 (MSN 580-9738) fuselage with Merl H. Maine Warbirds Collection at Ontario IAP, Oregon in Jun 1999.
6118 (2970th CSG) SOC Jan 28, 1965 for spares recovery
6123 on display at Mobile, Alabama City Park
6124 on display at city of Del Rio, Texas.
6132 on display at cith of Douglas, Georgia
6138 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP
6140 to Thai AF as F11-27/13
6143 used as napalm target Eglin AFB range.
6144 to MASDC as TC874 Oct 22, 1969
6145 to MASDC Apr 22, 1975.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
6147 on display at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1997
6148 to MASDC as TC1198 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
6150 to MASDC as TC761 
6152 to MASDC as TC703 Jun 30, 1966
53-7788 ... 53-7823
Convair C-131B Samaritan
MSN 240/275.  Convair 340-70.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
7788 (MSN 240) modified as JC-131B testbed.  To MASDC as CS056 Apr 5, 1977.
To civilian registry as N4394Y with Air Freight International, registered Jul 30, 1992
7789 (MSN 241) to MASDC Dec 21975 as CS039.  To civilian registry as N1360D
7790 (MSN 242) to MASDC as CS047 Dec 21, 1976
7791 (MSN 243) modified as JC-131B testbed.  Assigned to Aeronautical Systems Division Jan 1971.
Used for zero gravity astronaut training, named "Sine Gravitate".  To MASDC.  To civil 
registry as N3782V.  Registration cancelled Aug 12, 2003.
7792 (MSN 244) to MASDC as CS081 Sep 24, 1986.  To civil registry as N60225.
7793 (MSN 245) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1974
designated NC-131B prior to re-engining as NC-131H.  Still in USAF 
service as of July 2002, and currently leased to Veridian Engineering, Buffalo, NY.  
Civil registration is N793VS. Aircraft is modified as Total In-Flight Simulator
with extra cockpit grafted onto the nose.  Aircraft can simulate
the handling of almost any type of aircraft.  Retired Nov 7, 2008
and flown same day to USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
7794 (MSN 246) to MASDC Mar 1977.  To civil registry as N8527A, later CP-1755
7795 (MSN 247) converted to JC-131B.  To MASDC as CS048 Dec 22, 1976.
7796 (MSN 248) modified as JC-131B testbed.  To MASDC as CS019 Feb 25, 1975
7797 (MSN 249) converted to NC-131B.  To MASDC May 1982 as CS057.  To civil registry as CP-2026 in 1985.
7798 (MSN 250) to MASDC Dec 1975
7799 (MSN 251) to MASDC as CS042 Feb 9, 1976.  To civil registry as N1360A Jun 25, 1981
7800 (MSN 252) to MASDC as CS017 Feb 5, 1975.  To civilian registry as N31250.  Seen in scrapyard 
near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
7801 (MSN 253) to MASDC as CS054 Mar 28, 1977.  To civil registry as N43941.  To D & D Aero Spraying Inc
of Rantoul, Kansas Jun 20, 2000.  
7802 (MSN 254) to MASDC as CS046 Dec 13, 1976.  To civil registry as N43944,.  N404TC taken up Dec 17, 2002.
Stored at Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008.
7803 (MSN 255) to MASDC as CS036 Sep 5, 1975.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
7804 (MSN 256) delivered May 18, 1955 as C-131B to 3201st ABW at Eglin AFB.  Converted to JC-131B
May 1956.  Converted to C-131B Oct 1968.  Assigned ADTC at Eglin AFB Nov 1968.  Assigned 4485th TS
at Rhein, Main AB, Germany Apr 1972.  Assigned 2346th TWS/ADTC/AFSC at Eglin QAFB Oct 1972 to Oct 1975.
To civil registry with NASA as N635NA at Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH in 1976.
Transferred to Georgia Institute of Technology Dec 1980, delivered Feb 9, 1981, registed N145GT
Aug 1981.  To Tiger East Inc Feb 19, 1992.  Registration cancelled Nov 1992. To Aeroservicios Trans
Caribbean Airline, registered HR-ASR Nov 3, 1992.  Richard Air of Florida, registered Feb 1995 N145GT.
Stored at Kissimmee Gateway Airport, FL.  Leased to Executive Airline as C-FWMN Oct 12, 195 but NTU.
Registration cancelled.  Leased to Air Canada Express, registered C-FZSO Oct 1995.  Returned to
Richard Air of Florida, Inc Oct 1995.  Registered N145GT Oct 27, 1995.  Repossessed by John M.
Pentecost May 12, 2001,  Registered Sep 7, 2001.  Registered to Kestrel Inc Dec 8, 2004, current
Stored at Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008.  Leased to Florida Air Transport in 2012.  Converted to freighter.
7805 (MSN 257) to civil registry as N37805 with US Department of Commerce.  To MASDC Feb 1977 as CS052.
Registration cancelled May 1981.  To N92102 Aug 1981, to N973AT May 1998
7806 (MSN 258) modified to JC-131B testbed.  Assigned to Aeronautical Systems Division [Sep65, Jun69]
Used for zero gravity astronaut training	Named "Sine Gravitate"
Assigned to 4485 Test Squadron [Apr74].  To MASDC as CS041 Jan 22, 1976
7807 (MSN 259) photographed in 1952 when used by FAA with title NAFEC-1 on forward
fuselage and tail, but still wearing USAF serial.  Was on loan from USAF to FAA National
Aviation Faclilities Experimental Center (NAFEC).  Seen at MASDC
Jul 1977, still in USAF markings.  To MASDC as CS061 Mar 1, 1979.
7808 (MSN 260) modified to EC-131E testbed.  TO MASDC as CS040 Jan 21, 1976
7809 (MSN 261) to MASDC as CS012 Jan 8, 1975.
7810 (MSN 262) to MASDC as CS033 Jun 30, 1975 
7811 (MSN 263) preserved at Kelly AFB.  Registration N2034L reserved Oct 2001.  Registered
in Dec 2001 to Tatonduk Outfitters, AK.  Seen stored in Everts
Yard at Fairbanks, Alaska in 2008
7812 (MSN 264) to MASDC as CS038 Dec 11, 1975 
7813 (MSN 265) to MASDC as CS082 Sep 24, 1986.  Registration N7813B reserved Aug 1990
7814 (MSN 266) to MASDC.  Registration N7814B reserved Aug 1990.  To XB-SQG
7815 (MSN 267) to MASDC as CS015 Jan 15, 1975
7816 (MSN 268) to MASDC Mar 1977.  To civil registry as CP-1676
7817 (MSN 269) to MASDC Jan 1977.
7818 (MSN 270) converted to EC-131E.  To MASDC as CS044 May 18, 1976
7819 (MSN 271) modified as JC-131B testbed, later to EC-131E.  To MASDC as CS050 Jan 14, 1977.  
Became N131CR Sep 1993. Noted Mar 2, 2007 at Base Aerea Coronel Hector Carracioli Moncada, La Celba, 
Honduras, believed on anti-narcotics work.
7820 (MSN 272) modified under Project Tailchaser with 7.62 mm minigun in port rear fuselage door to prove 
gunship concept in 1965.  To MASDC as CS045 Jun 23, 1976.  To civil registry as N46965.
7821 (MSN 273) at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB. FL.
7822 (MSN 274) modified as JC-131B testbed.   To FAA as N466, was on loan from USAF to FAA National
Aviation Faclilities Experimental Center (NAFEC). Stored
at MASDC as CS088 Dec 1987 as 53-7822.  In 1991 registered as N41626.
W/o Dec 4, 2004 with Miami Air Lease when developed engine fire after takeoff 
from Opa Loca, FL and was ditched in the Maule Lake Marina in Miami.  Two crew
members OK.
7823 (MSN 275) to MASDC May 8, 1975 as CS027.  To civil registry as N1360Y.
54-136 ... 54-138
Douglas C-133A-1-DL Cargomaster
MSN 44706/44708
136 to MASDC as CU030 Jul 21, 1971.  Loaned to NASA as 928 from Jun 9, 1965 to May 1969 and modified for Apollo
command module test drops.  46 drops made.  Purchased by Foundation for Airborne Relief as N136AR for modification
as flying hospital.  Due to FAA and possibly State Department restrictions, that concept went 
under.  Landings database has this plane owned by Properties Investment Enterprise LTD of 
Santa Barbara, CA as N136AB.  In 1997 N136AB was reported derelict at Mojave AP, CA  .
Has been stored there since 1974.  Reported to have been acquired by
Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum as spares source for
56-1999.  N136AB cancelled Oct 11, 2012.
137 to MASDC as CU002 Jan 7, 1971.  To US Navy as 9C001 May 1, 1974.
To Properties Investment Enterprises, LTD registered as N2251X Jun 3, 1978, ntu, then by Maurice Carlsson of Anchorage, 
Alaska. then to Don Howells of HAVECO, a salvage company in Tucson, AZ.  Noted in K-Tech 
yard Aug 28, 2000.  N2251X cancelled Feb 16, 2011.
138 to MASDC as CU009 Mar 19, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
54-147 ... 54-148
Bell XH-33-BF
Bell Model 200.  Redesignated XV-3.  Was first successful tilt-rotor aircraft produced by Bell.
147 initial hover trial Aug 11, 1955.  Minor damage in hard landing Aug 18, 1955.  Crashed Oct 25, 1956 after 
experiencing severe in-flight rotor instability.  Pilot seriously injured.
148 The original three-bladed, 25-ft diameter articulated rotor was replaced with a two-bladed stiff-inplane rotor.
Tested in the wind tunnel at the NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory Sep57 to Oct 1957 and again Oct 1958
Completed a dynamically stable full conversion to the airplane mode 18Dec58
To Edwards AFB Jul 1959 for flight evaluation.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, 
CA Aug 12, 1959 to Jun 9, 1965.  Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research.  Tested by Bell 
in the wind tunnel at the NASA Ames Research Center Oct 1968 to Nov 1968.  The XV-3 was extensively damaged when 
both pylons separated from the wing and were blown down the tunnel. The failure was traced to a fatigue crack 
and rivets working loose in the left wingtip spar
Grounded at NASA Ames July 1962; stored, then to WPAFB, then to Davis-Monthan as HW0001 Aug 4, 1976
and finally to US Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker, AL. Moved Jan 22, 2004 to 
Bell Helicopter Flight Research Centre, Arlington, TX for 2-year restoration to 
display condition.  In 2008 was on display at National Museum of the US Air Force.
54-555 ... 54-558
Fairchild C-123B-2-FA Provider
MSN 20004/20007
555 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40555/555.  Preserved at Royal Thai Air Force Museum at Bangkok
556 converted to YC-134A with Boundary Layer Control and Pantobase
landing gear.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 6, 1959 to May 31, 1961
Registered as NASA 222.  Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research 
YC-134 (52-1627) and YC-134A (54-556) were two different aircraft
with two different serials.  
557 was static test airframe only.
558 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40558/558.
54-1355 ... 54-1359
Convair TF-102A-10-CO Delta Dagger
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1356 converted to NTF-102A.  To MASDC as FJ005 Nov 13, 1969
1358 converted to NTF-102A.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 1963
To MASDC as FJ020 Nov 19, 1969
1359 converted to NTF-102A.  To MASDC as FJ047 Nov 25, 1969
54-1438 ... 54-1443
McDonnell F-101A-20-MC Voodoo
1442 assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Apr 18, 1958 to Dec 22, 1958
Registered as NASA 220.  Assigned to Sperry Gyroscope, Great Neck, NY
1443 disassembled at Tom Reilly Warbird Museum, Kissimmee, FL
54-1860 ... 54-1970
North American F-100C-20-NA Super Sabre
MSN 217-121/231.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1860 to MASDC May 12, 1971 as FE051
1861 (36th TFW, 32nd TFS) crashed 85 mi ENE of Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 3, 1958.
Pilot ejected safely.
1862 to MASDC Jun 18, 1971 as FE063
1865 (36th TFW, 32nd TFS) crashed 47 mi E of Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 3, 1958.
Pilot ejected safely
1866 to MASDC Mar 29, 1973 as FE208
1868 (MSN 217-129) to MASDC Oct 14, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973. as 54-1868.  W/o Sep 14, 1978
1869 crashed on landing at Keflavik, Iceland Mar 10, 1956 during delivery
flight to 45th FDS at Sidi Slimane.  Pilot badly injured.
1870 (MSN 217-131) to MASDC Jun 3, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-1870.
1871 (MSN 217-132) to MASDC as FE252 Apr 24, 1974.  May have gone to Turkish AF as 54-1871 but may have been NTU.  
1872 (MSN 217-133) to MASDC Dec 6, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-1872. 
1873 to MASDC as FE204 Jan 10, 1973 
1874 (36th FDW, 461th FDS) crashed 1/2 mi W of Wurrich, West Germany
Nov 17, 1957.  Pilot killed.
1875 (MSN 217-136) to MASDC Jul 14, 1971 as FE070.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-1875
1876 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 1, 1962.
1877 (MSN 217-138) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973 as 54-1877.  On display at Ankara Aviation Museum,
Etimesgut Merkez/Ankara, Turkey
1878 (MSN 217-139) to MASDC Mar 14, 1974 as FE232. To Turkish AF as 54-1878.  Seen on dump at Konya 1989
1879 to MASDC Jan 11, 1973 as FE205.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1974
1880 (36th FDW) crashed at Bitburg AB, Germany May 17, 1958
1882 flown by USAF Thunderbirds.  Crashed Sep 16, 1959 during Thunderbirds performance when the plane 
had a landing gear problem.  Aircraft flew away from the field and it was determined that a landing 
was impossible, so the pilot ejected unharmed.
1883 (MSN 217-144) to Turkish AF Nov 24, 1974 as 54-1883
1884 (86th FIW, 32nd FIS) DBR at Soesterberg AB, Netherlands Oct 26, 1959.
1886 to MASDC Mar 14, 1974 as FE235
1888 (MSN 217-149) to MASDC Dec 20, 1971.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1972 as 54-1888
1891 (MSN 217-152) flew with USAFE's "Skyblazers" 1956-1962.  To MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 3, 1973 as 54-1891.  
W/o Jun 13, 1975
1892 (7272nd ABW/7235th SS) crashed half a mile from end of runway at Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 8, 1958
1893 to MASDC as FE243 Apr 12, 1974
1896 (36th FDW, 53rd FDS) crashed 3 mi WNW of Pirmasens, West Germany Mar 4, 1958
1897 (120th TFS, 140th FW) crashed Mar 27, 1969, SEA, due to unknown causes, pilot killed.
1898 w/o Mar 20, 1956 in landing at Keflavik, Iceland
1899 to MASDC Jan 16, 1974 as FE223
1903 (MSN 217-164) to Turkish AF Feb 27, 1973 as 54-1903
1906 (36th FDW, 22nd FDS) crashed 25 mi S of Tripoli, Libya Nov 27, 1957.
Pilot ejected safely
1907 crashed during emergency landing attempt at Edwards AFB Jan 10, 1956.
Crash was filmed by cameras set up for an unrelated event, generating the
famous "Sabre Dance" footage seen in many films.  Aircraft exploded 
on impact, killing the pilot.
1908 (MSN 27-169) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jun 4, 1973 as 54-1908.  W/o Apr 6, 1976
1909 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed 1 mile east of Zaragoza AB, Spain Dec 14, 1963
1912 shot down 7/25/68 by gunfire, SEA, pilot killed.
1913 to MASDC Apr 12, 1974 as FE244
1915 (MSN 217-176) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jul 16, 1973 as 54-1915
1916 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed at Ramstein AB, West Germany Dec 18, 1958
1917 (36th TFW, 22nd TFS) DBR at Bitburg AB, West Germany Jun 13, 1960 when tire
deflated on landing and caused plane to veer off runway
1918 to MASDC Sep 16, 1970 as FE043
1919 (MSN 217-180) to Turkish AF Oct 24, 1973 as 54-1919.  In June 2014 displayed on dummy airfield at
Konya Air Base, Turkey.
1920 (MSN 217-181) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jul 10, 1973 as 54-1920
1921 (MSN 217-182) to MASDC Jun 23, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 27, 1973 as 54-1921.  Used as target at weapons
training range, Konya.
1922 (136th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire while attacking enemy troops outside Special
Forces camp at Duc Lap 30 mi SW of Ban Me Thout, South Vietnam Aug 23, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
1923 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) crashed on final approach to Soesterberg AB, Netherlands
May 28, 1957.  Pilot killed
1924 (36th FDW, 23rd FDS) crashed 8 mi N of Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
May 27, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely
1925 (MSN 217-186) to MASDC Nov 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1925.  Crashed at Ertugrul
village-Sarayonu/Konya Jul 29, 1981
1926 (MSN 217-187) to MASDC May 18, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 13, 1972 as 54-1926.
1927 to MASDC as FE272 Nov 5, 1974
1929 (MSN 217-190) to MASDC Nov 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1929.  In June 2014 displayed on dummy airfield at
Konya Air Base, Turkey.
1930 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed 1.5 Mi WSW of Wiesloch, West Germany Jan 18, 1959
1931 shot down 12/18/68 by gunfire, SEA, pilot recovered.
1932 (MSN 217-193) to MASDC Nov 11, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 12, 1973 as 54-1932.  Crashed
20 nm N of Siverek/Sanli Urfa Feb 3, 1978
1934 (MSN 217-195) to Turkish AF as 54-1934.  W/o May 24, 1976
1936 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed 4 miles east-south-east of Tripoli, Libya Aug 16, 1961
1937 (MSN 217-198) to MASDC Aug 2, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 29, 1973 as 54-1937.  Crashed at
Konya during test flight Apr 9, 1989
1938 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) crashed into North Sea Oct 18, 1957 when engine flamed
out due to fuel starvation.  Pilot ejected safely.
1939 (MSN 217-200) was with Skyblazers in 1957.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1974 as 54-1939.
1940 (MSN 217-201, 36th TFW) DBR Oct 20, 1959.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-1940.
1941 (36th TFW, 23rd TFS) crashed on El Uotia range near Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 7, 1959.
Pilot killed
1942 (MSN 217-203) to MASDC Nov 24, 1971.  To Turkish AF Nov 2, 1973 as 54-1942.
1944 (MSN 217-205) to MASDC Oct 5, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-1944.
1945 (MSN 217-206) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF May 22, 1973 as 54-1945
1946 (MSN 217-207) no confirmation that this went to Turkish AF
1947 (36th FDW, 23rd FDS) crashed on takeoff from Bitburg AB, West Germany
Jun 9, 1958 following loss of power.  Pilot ejected safely
1948 (MSN 217-209) to Turkish AF as 54-1948.  W/o Sep 2, 1977
1949 (MSN 217-210) to MASDC Nov 22, 1971.  To Turkish AF as 54-1949.  Crashed at Eskiyunus 
village, Aksaray Oct 25, 1983.  Seen on dump at Konya in 1989
1950 (MSN 217-211) to MASDC Dec 20, 1971.  To Turkish AF Nov 20, 1972 as 54-1950.  Seen on dump at Sivrihisar in 1994
1951 to MASDC Jun 11, 1971 as FE058.  Plane marked as MM54-1951 at Amendola AB, Italy is actually 54-2951.
1952 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) DBR in unsuccessful barrier engagement at Wheelus AB,
Libya Aug 9, 1957 following aborted takeoff.
1954 at Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL in 2003 is actually 54-1986.
1955 to MASDC Aug 11, 1971 as FE078
1956 (120th TFS, 35th TFW) desctroyed on ground by NVA morter and rocket attack at Phan Rang AB, South
Vietnam Jan 26, 1969.
1957 (36th FDW, 23rd FDS) made successful landing at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
after engine flameout May 31, 1956, but brake chute failed and aircraft ran off
end of runway and was wrecked.
1959 (MSN 217-220) flew with USAFE's "Skyblazers" 1956-1962.  To MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973 as 54-1959.  
Crashed on landing at Konya Jul 4, 1984
1962 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed 35 mi E of Chaumont AB, France Jul 8, 1959.
Pilot ejected safely.
1964 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Mar 22, 1957 to Feb 15, 1960. 
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
1965 (32nd FDS) crashed on landing at Soesterberg AB, Netherlands Nov 20, 1956.
Pilot unhurt.
1966 converted to TF-100C.  Broke apart in midair Apr 9, 1957 NW
of Kramer Junction, Mojave Desert.  Pilot ejected safely.
54-2729 ... 54-2739
Cessna T-37A-CE
MSN 40004, 40006/40015.  All converted to T-37B.
2729 (MSN 40004, T-37B) first flight 8/27/55. Noted Mar 10, 2005 preserved at Columbus AFB,
Columbus, Mississippi as 0101.
2730 (T-37B) retired by Feb 1972, by which time it had become a display
aircraft that was trucked around to various USAF functions and kept
at Norton AFB.  In 2009 was at Randolph AFB Airpark, Texas marked as 54-730
2731 was non-flying static test airframe.
2732 (T-37B) was in USAF Museum but now (2007) at Military Aviation Preservation
Society Air Museum, Akron-Canton Airport, Ohio.  Still owned by USAF. On display at Florida
Military Museum, previously known as Yesterday's Air Force Museum, Clearwater Airport, Florida May 1993.
Noted at Fort Meade, Florida Aug 2003.  At MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio
2733,2734,2736,2738,2739 converted to GT-37B.
2733 converted to GT-37B.  In 2008 was on display at Veterans Museum, Gaffney, South Carolins. 
2734 (MSN 40010) converted to GT-37B.  Noted Sep 2003 on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas
2736 converted to GT-37B.  Noted on display at Grissom AFB Museum Dec 2006.
2737 (MSN 40013) assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 20,  1965 to Jan 13, 1967
Assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Displayed as gate guard marked as 7101, where?
2738 converted to GT-37B
2739 converted to GT-37B.  On display at Laughlin AFB, Texas
54-4048 ... 54-4079
Lockheed C-121G-LO
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
Ex-USN R7V-1s transferred to USAF as follows
4048/4050 ex Bu. No: 128434/128436 (MSN 1049B-4101/4103)
4049 to MASDC
4050 modified as TC-121G.  to MASDC Mar 12, 1967.  Returned to service at McClellan AFB,
California Aug 23, 1968.  Back to AMARC Apr 27, 1971.  Returned to service
again at McClellan AFB, CA Sep 21, 1971.  To MASDC Mar 13, 1973.  To Consolidated,
Tucson, Arizona Apr 4, 1978.
4051/4052 ex Bu. No: 128438/128439 (MSN 1049B-4105/4106)
4051 and 4052 modified as TC-121G. 
4051 later became VC-121G staff transport.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1975.  To SouthWest Alloys,
Tucson, Arizona May 15, 1979.
4052 to MASDC Oct 10, 1978.
4053/4054 ex Bu. No: 131621/131622 (MSN 1049B-4122/4123)
4055 ex Bu. No: 131634 (MSN 1049B-4135)
4056 ex Bu. No: 131626 (MSN 1049B-4127).  To MASDC Oct 30, 1970
4057 ex Bu. No: 131637 (MSN 1049B-4138) 
Damaged beyond repair in ground accident Aug 31, 1962, Oakland, CA.
4058/4059 ex Bu. No: 131628/131629 (MSN 1049B-4129/4130)
4058 to MASDC Apr 27, 1971
4060 ex Bu. No: 131632 (MSN 1049B-4133)
4061 ex Bu. No: 128442 (MSN 1049B-4109).  To MATS, then to Aeromedical Group.  WFU in 1968, destroyed in
1977.
4062 ex Bu. No: 131636 (MSN 1049B-4137).  Named "City of Jackson Hole" with 187th Airlift Squadron,
Wyoming ANG.  To MASDC as CK209 May 31, 1978.  to civil registry as N2114Z, 
then to  Aerochago of Santo Domingo as HI-583CT.  Then N105CF.  Was at ATW 
Aviation, Maranze Northwest RAP, AZ Mar 2007.  Seen at Marana RAP, AZ Mar 2009.  Currently under 
restoration for Super Connie Supporter's Club of Switzerland.
4063 ex Bu. No: 131638 (MSN 1049B-4139)
4064 ex Bu. No: 131640 (MSN 1049B-4141)
4065 ex Bu. No: 131642 (MSN 1049B-4143).  To NASA as N420NA.
4066-4070 ex Bu. No: 131645/131649 (MSN 1049B-4146/4150)
4066 (MSN 1049B-4146, ex BuNo 131645) crashed Dec 4, 1962 on approach while carrying emergency supplies to
Guam after super-typhoon Karen in November of 1962. Three of eight on-board were killed. .
4068 to Pennsylvania ANG.  WFU in 1968, destroyed in 1977.
4069 crashed Feb 28, 1959, 5 mi N of Prescott, AZ.  Approached Prescott Apt
from the south, then began a right turn.  The nose came up and a roar
of power was heard, the bank steepened and the turn tightened.  The right
wing dropped sharply and plane entered near vertical dive into the ground.
Aircraft exploded on impact.  4 crew on board killed.
Aircraft was attached to Navy squadron VR-8 at Moffett Field, CA
at the time of the accident 
4071 ex Bu. No: 131651 (MSN 1049B-4152).  To MASDC Jun 13, 1967.  Returned to servive at Scott AFB,
Illinois Jul 29, 1968.  Back to MASDC Sep 22, 1972
4072 ex Bu. No. 131633 (MSN 1049B-4134)
4073 ex Bu. No. 131653 (MSN 1049B-4154).  To MASDC
4074/4076 ex Bu. No: 131656/131658 (MSN 1049B-4157/4159)
4074 (MSN 1049B-4157) named "City of Sheridan" with 187th Airlift Squadron, Wyoming ANG in Dec 1970.
Noted stored at MASDC Jun 1973.
4076 to NASA as N421NA.
4077/4079 ex Bu. No: 140311/140313 (MSN 1049B-4167/4169)
4077 (MSN 1049B-4167) named "City of Cheyenne" with 187th Airlift Squadron, Wyoming NG in 1971.
Noted stored at MASDC Jun 1973.
55-2955 ... 55-2971
Lockheed YF-104A Starfighter
MSN 183-1001/1017.  Model 183-93-02.  Service test aircraft
2955 first flight Feb 17, 1956.  Reached Mach 2 Apr 27, 1956.  Redesignated as F-104A.  DBR in failed 
landing Apr 25, 1957.  
2956 redesignated as F-104A.  Loaned to NOTS China Lake, CA Apr 9, 1959.  Had engine trouble on takeoff 
and ran off runway at NAS China Lake Jun 15, 1959
2957 redesignated as F-104A.  Converted to QF-104A.  Set world altitude record of 91,243 feet May 7, 1958,
flown by Maj. Howard C. Johnson
2958 redesignated as F-104A.  Crashed on landing at Palmdale AF Plant 42, CA Feb 15, 1957.
2959 redesignated as F-104A
2960 redesignated as F-104A.  W/o Mov 3, 1956 in crash during approach to Edwards AFB, California.  Pilot killed.
2961 (MSN 183-1007) redesignated as F-104A.  Accepted by the USAF Jul 31, 1956, delivered Aug 21, 1956.
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA, Aug 23, 1956.  Designated JF-104A
Registered as NASA 818.  Registered as N818NA; cancelled.
Used as Reaction Control System (RCS) test aircraft.  Last flight for NASA Aug 26, 1975. 
Flown Nov 18, 1975 to Andrews AFB, DC for transfer to the National Air and Space Museum 
later that year.  Preserved and on display in the Planetarium Lobby exhibition at the National 
Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
2962 redesignated as F-104A.  Crashed west of Barstow, CA May 1, 1957.
2963 redesignated as F-104A
2964 redesignated as F-104A.  W/o Nov 2, 1957
2965 redesignated as F-104A.  Converted to JQF-104A drone.  W/o Mar 1, 1967
2966 redesignated as F-104A
2967 redesignated as F-104A.  Was on display at USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO.  Noted Aug 2006 at USAF Academy.
Now at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, Colorado. 
2968 redesignated as F-104A
2969 redesignated as F-104A.  To GE Flight Test Aug 1958.  Returned to USAF Aug 1961.
2970 redesignated as F-104A
2971 resesignated as F-104A.  To drone as QF-104A, in service with 3205th Drone Squadron
at Eglin AFB, FL in 1964.
55-3017 ... 55-3028
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-9514/9525.  For MDAP.
3018 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP to Turkish AF
3019 to MASDC as TC885 Nov 10, 1969
3021 to MASDC as TC933 Dec 29, 1969.  To US civil registry as N3497F.  Seen Dec 2007 in Travis AFB
museum collection.
3022 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP to Turkish AF
3024 to Taiwan as 3024.  Defected to People's Republic of China
3025 (MSN 580-9522) assigned to 62nd FIS, KI Sawyer AFB, MI.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research
Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 17, 1969 to Mar 27, 1973.  Registered as NASA 512.
Assigned to US Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA.
Noted at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP, Minnesota
3026 to Turkish AF
3027 to MASDC as Sep 21, 1973.  To Italian AF
3028 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 24, 1971 on transfer to Greek AF
55-3118 ... 55-3146
Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
MSN 17234/17262
3118 (MSN 17234) Named "City of Renton" upon first flight Aug 31, 1956.  Converted to EC-135K airborne command post under
Project "Head Dancer".  Assigned to 8th Tactical Deployment Control Squadron.
Now on display at McConnell AFB, Kansas as gate guard.
3119 (MSN 17235) converted to NKC-135A for ECM tests.  To AMARC as CA067 Jul 6, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3120 (MSN 17236) converted to NKC-135A.  To AMARC as CA095 Dec 15, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3121 (MSN 17237) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft.  Then back to to KC-135A.  Converted to KC-135R,
to RC-135R (an unofficial designation), to KC-135T,  then to RC-135T.  Struck mountain
near Valdez, AK in poor weather Feb 25/26, 1985.  3 killed.  Wreckage not located until Aug 2, 1985.
Was never a TC-135S, even though the plane acted as an RC-135T trainer for the Cobra Ball RC-135S fleet.
Project ‘Speed Light’, used for reconnaissance 1961.  Project ‘Rivet Stand’, designated KC-135R (I) 1967, 
Project ‘Garlic Salt’, sub-version of KC-135R (I) ‘Rivet Stand’ .
Project ‘Briar Patch’ - CIA-sponsored sub-version of Rivet Stand, KC-135A / KC-135R (I), modified for 
ELINT missions, 1967/1969 ?  Designated RC-135S, project ‘Cobra Jaws/Busted Jaw/Rivet Jaws’ Mar 1969-May 1971.
Project ‘Rivet Dandy’, designated RC-135T May 1971-Jul 1973 
3122 (MSN 17238) converted to NKC-135A test aircraft.  To AMARC 
as CA094 Oct 19, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3123 (MSN 17239) converted to NKC-135A test aircraft.  Converted to airborne laser Laboratory.
Now on display at WPAFB Museum, OH.
3124 (MSN 17240) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft, then to NKC-135A.  Assigned to NACA High-Speed 
Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1957 to 1958.  Used to help establish new approach 
procedure guidelines on cloud-ceiling and visibility minimums for Boeing's first jet airliner, the B-707.
Retired Mar 7, 1991.  Converted to GNKC-135A ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  
Now on the dump there.
3125 (MSN 17241) converted NKC-135A and then to EC-135Y.  Project ‘Pave Onyx’. Aircraft used to test AN/ALQ-125 
Terec prototype target location system for U-2Cs, Litton, targeting technique for anti-radar standoff 
weapons (defence suppression).  To AMARC as CA0126 Feb 4, 1999.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
3126 (MSN 17242) converted to VC-135A.  Was used as *Speckled Trout* flying avionics testbed. Named after Faye Trout, 
the civilian program monitor at the Lab,  mid-1960s to 1974.  Set Buenos Aires to Washington speed record of 11 
hours 5 minutes with General Curtis LeMay at the controls Nov 13, 1957.  To MASDC as 
CA004 July 31, 1975.  Cut up for scrap and nose used as an a/c simulator.
3127 (MSN 17243) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft.  Converted
to NKC-135A.  To AMARC as CA040 Aug 31, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3128 (MSN 17244) converted to NKC-135A.  To AMARC as CA0106 May 20, 1996.	
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3129 (MSN 17245) converted to NKC-135A test aircraft and then 
to NKC-135E and then to NKC-135E, Assigned to 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1979 to 1980
A special wingtip "winglet", developed by the Langley Research Center, was tested on the aircraft.
This plane was used by Mercury astronauts for zero-G training.  
Returned to 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division and then converted to EC-135P.  
Named "Drogue Dragon" with 6th ACCS in June 1988.  To AMARC as CA008
Jan 31, 1992.  Seen at Pima Jan 1999.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3130 (MSN 17246) named "Ole Grandad" with 7th BW.  On display at March Field Museum, California, still wearing this artwork
3131 (MSN 17247) converted to NKC-135A for ionosphere research.  To AMARC as CA053 Oct 19, 1992.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3132 (MSN 17248) converted to NKC-135A, then to NKC-135E.  (412th TW/452nd FTS/Det 2) "Big Crow I"
surrogate ballistic missile for YAL-1A. ‘Big Crow’ - Airborne Electronic Warfare Laboratory, used for ECM 
testing, 1973+.  Delivered to AMARC by Nov 2008 as CA0224.
3133 (MSN 17249) converted to RC-135S.  Crashed while landing at Wake Island Sept 24, 1968 when
shutdown after inflight engine failure and landing gear hit the sea wall at
the end of the runway.  11 of 52 onboard killed.  All the passengers killed were in the tail.
3134 (MSN 17250) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft and then to NKC-135A. participated in "Starfish" nuclear 
tests, 1962.  Transferred to US Navy but retained USAF serial number.  'King Crow I’ designated 
NKC-135A airborne electronic threat simulator, USN, 1975+.  Used to train Navy
airborne and shipborne crews to operate in a realistic electronic warfare environment  
To AMARC as 6G0002 Feb 20, 1996.
3135 (MSN 17251) converted to JKC-135A, fitted with 50 small
windows for nuclear readiness testing. then cnoverted to NKC-135A as instrumented tanker
to provide data on new aircraft or syustems, and then to NKC-135E.  Retired Sept 2004,
allegedly the second oldest aircraft then serving with USAF (49 years
of use).  To AMARC Sep 28, 2004 as CA0144.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3136 (MSN 17252) converted to JKC-135A.  To AMARC as CA062 Apr 28, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3137 (MSN 17253) named "Steamin n Screaming" Sep 1992 with 917th ARS.  To AMARC as CA070 Jul 14, 1993.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3138 (MSN 17254) crashed at U-Tapao RTNAB, Thailand Oct 2, 1968 due to
asymmetric thrust during takeoff.
3139 (MSN 17255) named "Grey Lady"  with 17th BW in 1971.  On display at Castle AFB Museum, California with 
nose art 'City of Atwater'.
3140 (MSN 17256) w/o Apr 19, 1967 at Wake Island due to explosion during 
servicing of the landing gear.
3141 (MSN 17257) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0135 Mar 17, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3142 (MSN 17258) named "Young Tiger" with 7th BW Sep 1992.  To AMARC as CA104 Jul 12, 1994.
3143 (MSN 17259) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0137 Mar 7, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3144 (MSN 17260) crashed on approach to Hanscom Field, MA Aug 8, 1962.  3 killed.  Is
reportedly to have been the tanker featured in the title credits of "Dr Strangelove".  
3145 (MSN 17261) converted to KC-135E. Named "City of Columbus" with 154th ARS, Ohio ANG.  
To AMARC as CA0197 May 29, 2008.  It was the oldest KC-135E still serving.
3146 (MSN 17262) converted to KC-135E.  Named "City of Columbus" with 145th ARS, Ohio ANG in Jul 1987 and
later as "Somerset County" with 141st ARS, New Jersey ANG.  To AMARC as CA0163 Jun 6, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
56-730 ... 56-736
Lockheed F-104A-1-LO Starfighter
MSN 183-1018/1024
730 w/o Oct 26, 1967 near Eglin AFB, Florida
731 crashed at Edwards AFB, Apr 2, 1957 
after engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
732 was on display at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, Illinois.  This museum
was set to close Dec 31, 2015 and the plane was transferred to Tennessee ANG at Knoxville, TN
733 assembled from several donor F-104s by Red Baron Flying
Service and registered as N104RB.  Set low-altitude speed
record of 988.088 mph in 1977.  Borrowed parts from static
NF-104A 56-0760.  Crashed at Edwards AFB Feb 27, 1978
after landing gear difficulties.  Civilian pilot Darryl
Greenamyer ejected safely.
734 (MSN 183-1022) accepted by the USAF 29May57, delivered Jun 3, 1957
Loaned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, later as the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
Edwards AFB, CA, Oct 7, 1957.
Returned to USAF Jan 10, 1961 and flown to Palmdale, CA and converted to QF-104A by May 14, 1962.
Assigned Jun 14, 1962 to 3205th Drone Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.
Damaged Sep 12, 1962 in a barrier engagement at Eglin AFB. 
Repaired at Eglin AFB and received modifications towards a JQF-104A standard in October 1962. 
Conversion finished October 16, 1962.
On August 1, 1963 the aircraft was shot down during a drone mission by a BOMARC missile 
after 114 drone flights.
735 converted to JQF-104A drone, in service with 3205th Drone
Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL in 1964.
736 converted to JQF-104A then QF-104A drone, in service with 3205th Drone
Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL in 1964.
56-737 ... 56-747
Lockheed F-104A-5-LO Starfighter
MSN 183-1025/1035
737 converted to QF-104A
738 w/o Mar 21, 1958 near Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
739 converted to AQF-104A drone coded QFG-739.  Shot down Oct 8, 1963 near Eglin AFB, Florida
740 loaned to NOTS China Lake by Aug 1959.  While flying out of NOTS China Lake for Sidewinder missile tests crashed 
into mountain north of Los Angeles Sep 22, 1960.  Pilot Capt. Harold O. Casada Jr. killed.
741 converted to QF-104A
742 to GE Flight Test Jun 1957.  Performed accelerated service tests on J79.
Crashed on landing approach at Edwards AFB, Jun 23, 1959 when split
flap condition occurred.  Pilot ejected but was too low and
was killed.
743 converted to JF-104A drone Nov 1961 and conded QFG-743.  Shot down Sep 25, 1968 over Gulf of Mexico.
744 converted to JF-104A drone coded QFG-744
745 (MSN 183-1033) delivered to the USAF Nov 29, 1957; retained by Lockheed.
Loaned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 19, 1959 to May 6, 1960.
Designated JF-104A
Used for in-flight thrust reversing and steep approach research. Flight tests with the JF-104 
Starfighter developed steep approach profiles used by the space shuttle.
Returned to USAF May 6, 1960 and converted to QF-104A Air Proving Ground Center (Air Force 
System Command), Eglin AFB, FL.  Assigned Oct 10, 1961 to 3205th Drone Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.
Crashed January 17, 1962 due to elevator malfunction on takeoff; total 3 drone flights
746 converted to drone as QFG-746 and shot down Mar 17, 1964, Florida
747 converted to QF-104A
56-748 ... 56-763
Lockheed F-104A-10-LO Starfighter
MSN 183-1036/1051.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
748 (MSN 183-1036) at Dyess AFB, TX painted as 55-6748.  When seen at Dyess Linear Air
Park, Texas Sept 2003 was painted as itself.
749 (MSN 183-1037) delivered to the USAF May 27, 1957.
Assigned to Air Research and Development Command (ARDC)
Assigned to NASA High-Speed Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, Apr 13, 1959
Used for high-altitude centerline rocket (balloon) launch tests (with ventrally-mounted Air 
Launched Sounding Rocket (ALSOR)). The intent of the program was to release a 
balloon from an air launched rocket at over 1.000.000 feet altitude (approximately 190 miles) 
and then measure its rate of descent to determine the air density.
NASA pilot Milt Thompson ejected safely at Edwards AFB when plane suffered 
asymmetric flap condition which resulted in uncommanded roll, Dec 20, 1962.
750 to JF-104 and back to F-104A.  To MASDC as FB015 Jan 30, 1968.
Now at Canton, Michigan where it is being restored to flight
status.  Reports that this plane went to Jordan seem to be 
in error.
751 w/o Oct 21, 1960 in crash 12 mi SE of Edwards AFB, California.  This plane also reported as being on display
at Nevada City, California.
752 to MASDC Sep 19, 1967 as FB002.  To Jordan in 1969.  This plane is now on
display at Travis AFB museum, California
753 was on display at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, AR. Transferred to Hill AFB to undergo
restoration to be put on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.
754 to MASDC as FB001 Sep 19, 1967.  To Jordan in 1969.  Now at Wright Patterson
AFB in Ohio, painted as 56-0879 
755 to MASDC as FB040 Feb 4, 1970.
756 to MASDC.  Converted to NF-104A in 1963 and returned to service
at Edwards AFB.  Suffered rocket oxidizer explosion Jun 18, 1965, blowing
off portion of tail.  Pilot landed safely, plane repaired and flew again.
Second explosion Jun 15, 1971 blew whole rocket motor and part of
rudder off in flight.  Portions of it used to create the composite "56-760";
sitting on a pole at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
757 crashed on takeoff Apr 7, 1961, George AFB, during
Navy Sidewinder tests.  Pilot survived but died of injuries Apr 28.
758 crashed Sept 22, 1966 near Edwards AFB following
sudden uncommanded maneuver.  Pilot ejected safely.
759 to MASDC as FB003 Oct 25, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF in 1969
760 to MASDC.  Converted to NF-104A and returned to service at
Edwards AFB.  Displayed on pole at Edwards AFB.  AFFTC/HO data shows that
this plane is a composite of 0760, 0756 and another (unspecified) F-104.
761 w/o Feb 9, 1961 in crash Buckhorn Dry Lake, California
762 to MASDC.  Converted to NF-104A and returned to service at
Edwards AFB.  Crashed 12/10/63 near Edwards AFB after zoom 
climb to over 100,000 feet.  Pilot Chuck Yeager ejected 
with minor injuries.
763 used by GE Flight Test as research aircraft at Edwards AFB, CA.  
Returned to USAF Feb 1962.  to MASDC as FB041 Feb 4, 1970. 
Sold as surplus in 1971 to company in Los Angeles for use in
making templates for aviation parts.  Sat derelict for many
years.  Purchased by a team which will use the fuselage as the
basis for a vehicle known as the North American Eagle, which
will attempt to set a land speed record.  The plane sat for
a time derelict at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, while
the project was trying to raise funds for the record attempt.
The project is now up and running and the vehicle is now 
undergoing test runs (Mar 2007).
56-789 ... 56-825
Lockheed F-104A-20-LO Starfighter
MSN 183-1077/1113.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
789 to Republic of China AF as 4218. Preserved at Addison, TX Museum.
790 (MSN 183-1078) delivered to the USAF 1957.
Loaned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1957.
Returned to USAF 1958.
Leased by Lockheed and modified 1959 to F-104G configuration for system tests and nuclear 
weapons shape trials, first flight as F-104G on June 7, 1960.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Dec 27, 1966 as replacement for NASA 813.
Registered as NASA 820.  Registered as N820NA Apr 8, 1970; cancelled Nov 12, 1980.
Last NASA flight Jun1, 1977; stored to Oct 1983.
Transferred to the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) Museum on April 29, 1985
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 Royal Jordanian AF 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 Royal Jordanian AF in 1969 as 798, 
to Republic of China AF 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 Republic of China AF as 4220
798 (MSN 183-1086) to Republic of China AF as 4219.  To Pakistan AF.  Reported winter 
2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum, Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
799 to Republic of China AF in 1960/61 as 4221.  Later transferred to Pakistan
800 to Republic of China AF 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
806 w/o Jun 30, 1960 in crash 21 mi NE of Westover AFB, Massachusetts.  Pilot OK 
807 to Pakistan in 1961.
808 to MASDC Dec 11, 1969.  To Republic of China AF 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 MASDC as FB009 Dec 4, 1967.  To Jordan as 920 in 1969
812 w/o Apr 20, 1959 in fatal crash Marin County Hills, California
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.
815 w/o Jul 7, 959 in crash 17 mi N of Haijamar, New Mexico. Pilot OK
816 to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4250.
817 was at Robins AFB, GA painted as 57-0817.  Used in filming of
"I Dream of Jeannie" TV show.  Now on display at Pacific Aviation Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii.
820 w/o Mar 7, 1960 in crash 10 mi SW of Castle AFB, California
822 to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4251.
823 to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4241.  As 4241 displayed at the Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan, 
Taiwan (August 2009)
824 to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 921 in 1969
825 w/o Aug 11, 1959 in takeoff accident Hamilton AFB, California
56-883 ... 56-938
Lockheed F-104C-5-LO Starfighter
MSN 383-1171/1226.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
883 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) got lost while flying over Gulf of Tonkin and flew over Hainan Island.
Shot down by air-to-air missile fired by Chinese MiG-19 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot enected and taken
prisoner.  Pilot released Mar 15, 1973.
885 set altitude record of 103,395 feet.  On May 9, 1961 on flight from Moron AB, Spain had control
failure with stick moving full aft with pilot unable to move it forward, resulting in an initial
zoom climb followed by unrecoverable tumble.  Pilot ejected safely.
886 on display at Holloman AFB, New Mexico
890 on display at McGhee-Tyson Airport painted as 56-880.
891 on display at Arizona ANG, Phoenix Airport, Arizona.
892 on display at Luke AFB, Arizona.
897 crashed in Spain Jun 15, 1961
898 (MSN 383-1186) on display at Kalamazoo Avitation History Museum, Michigan, painted as 86809.
901 at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT, Bradley INTL Airport, currently undergoing restoration.  In Aug 2012
restoration completed and was put on display in the museum.
904 (8th TFW, 435th TS) shot down by SAM over northern Laos Oct 2, 1966 while attacking a truck park.
Pilot ejected and rescued by Air Force helicopter.  Was first time a US aircraft was brought down by
a SAM over Laos.
905 w/o Feb 26, 1960 in fatal crash 25 mi NE of Las Vegas, Nevada
906 w/o Jul 19, 1960 in fatal landing accident 24 mi SE of China Lake, California
907 w/o Jan 29, 1959 in crash 5 mi SW of George AFB, California
908 (479th TFW, 476th TFS) damaged by small arms fire over Quang Tin Province S of DaNang AB Jul 22, 1965.  Crashed
while attempting gear-up emergency landing at Chu Lai Marine air base.  Pilot killed. 
909 w/o Jul 21, 1970 near Moron AB, Spain.  Pilot OK
910 (MSN 383-1198) on display at Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Colorado, painted as 70910
911 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) collided in midair with 56-921 over Gulf of Tonkin or South Vietnam after dark while 
looking for 56-883 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
912 to MASDC as FB043 Dec 11, 1973.  Now on display at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
913 (479th TFW/434th TFS) Failed to get airborne at Moron AB, Spain 
Aug 28, 1961, ran off end of runway and was wrecked.  Pilot killed
914 on display at WPAFB Museum, Dayton, OH.
915 w/o Oct 28, 1959 in crash 5 mi eSe of Cantil, California.  Pilot OK
916 w/o Nov 1, 1959 in midair collision with T-33A 51-4233 6 mi SE of Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
917 with 436th TFS crashed into sea near Bermuda after taking off from Kindley AFB, Bermuda Mar 18, 1960.  Aircraft was one of 
an 18-ship deployment en-route to Moron AFB, Spain.
918 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down by AAA over Plain of Jars, Laos Oct 20, 1966.  Pilot ejected but KIA
919 to MASDC as FB046 Dec 13, 1973.  Was at Tyndall Air Park, FL, no longer there in 2005.
Reported Apr 17, 2008 on display at Georgia ANG, Brunswick AP, Georgia.
921 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) collided in midair with 56-911 over Gulf of Tonkin or South Vietnam after dark while 
looking for 56-883 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
922 crashed Nov 22,1968 near Mojave, CA.  Pilot killed.
923 collided in midair with 57-0917 over Charlottesville, VA Jun 26, 1961.
925 w/o Oct 3, 1960 in crash 12 mi NW of Moron AB, Spain
926 served with Puerto Rico ANG.  Put on display on pole around 1983/84 at North Dakota ANG, 
Fargo-Hector IAP, Fargo, ND.  Now on display at VFW Post 2764
at the intersection of Main ST E and 2nd Aee NE, Valley City, North Dakota.
928 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down 30 mi NE of Nguyen, NVN Aug 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA
929 (MSN 383-1217) at Lackland AFB, TX.  In Fall 2003 was expected to arrive 'soon'
at Edwards AFB, CA.  Noted Mar 2004 on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, Alabama.
MSN is quoted at 483-1246.
930 w/o Mar 15, 1960 in crash 4 mi E of Moron AB, Spain
932 (MSN 383-1220) crashed at George AFB, CA Jun 16, 1961.  Seen
at Van Nuys, CA as gate guard.   Noted recently at Thomas 
P. Stafford Air and Space Museum, Weatherford, Oklahoma
933 at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas.
934 to NASA as N820NA for use as space re-entry trainer at Edwards AFB, CA.
Decommissioned Dec 1973.  To static display at George AFB.  To Museum of
Flight, Seattle, Washington Jun 1992.  Moved to Great Gallery at the Main Museum Mar 1998. 
936 on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado,marked as 56-0808.
937 (479th TFW, 476th TFS) shot down by AAA over Tri Dao, NVN Jun 29, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
938 (MSN 383-1202) was on display at WPAFB as 56-879.  On display at Kessler AFB Air Park, Mississippi
56-973 ... 56-1044
Convair F-102A-55-CO Delta Dagger
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
978,980,982,983,987,993,996,1003,1006,1013,1014,1023,1028,
1032,1042/1044 converted to PQM-102B.
973 (32nd FIS) crashed Dec 12, 1962 2 mi from Soesterberg AB, Netherlands.  Pilot ejected safely
974 (86th FIS) crashed Apr 25, 1959.
976 (317th FIS) crashed Feb 25, 1957 near Tenino, WA.  Pilot rode the plane
down rather than eject over a populated area.  He survived the crash.
978 to MASDC as FJ162 Dec 1, 1970.  Must have been returned to
service as back to MASDC as FJ162 Feb 8, 1971
980 to MASDC as FJ312 Aug 27, 1974
981 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
982 to MASDC as FJ325 Sep 19, 1974
983 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as JF265 Apr 30, 1974
984 delivered to USAF, January 25, 1957 :  Jan 1957 -- To 498th Fighter Interceptor Sqdn, Geiger AFB, Washington
Feb 1958 -- To San Bernadino AMA/AFCC  
Jul 1958 -- To 3415th Tech Training Wing, ATC, Lowry AFB, Colo.
Jun 1962 -- To 3415th Maintenance & Supply Grp, Lowry Tech Training Center, Colo.
Aug 1975 -- Dropped from Inventory, remained at Lowry (LTTC)  82 -- To Lowry Heritage Museum, LTTC
Dec 1994 -- To Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, Colo. 
985 on display at South Carolina ANG, at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
986 was at Clearwater APT. (FL).  Coast Guard Air Station
Clearwater evicted the Florida Aviation Museum at the
airport for expansion of its facilities.  The owner of
the museum transported it to the field/swamp outside
Winter Haven.  Recovered in Nov 2004 and now at Military 
Aviation Preservation Society Air Museum, Akron-Canton 
Regional Airport, Green, OH
987 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ296 Jul 30, 1974.
988 to Greek AF
989 to MASDC as FJ126 May 8, 1970
990 to MASDC as FJ153 Jul 20, 1970
991 to MASDC as FJ055 Dec 1, 1969
992 to MASDC as FJ049 Nov 25, 1969
993 to MASDC as FJ347 Dec 4, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later
to PQM-102B.   Destroyed at Tyndall AFBV Jan 29, 1981 after completing three drone sorries.
994 with 199th FS, 154th WG.  To MASDC as FJ136 May 19, 1970
995 at SANTA MARIA PARK (CA) 
996 to MASDC as FJ252 Feb 24, 1974
998 assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH.
Registered as NASA 617. Registered as N617NA Mar 8, 1971; cancelled May 8, 1975
1001 to Greek AF.  Noted preserved at Tanagra Sep 2005
1002 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  W/o Mar 23, 1971.
1003 to MASDC as FJ151 Jul 6, 1970
1004 (199th FS, 154th FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 50 mi SE of Kokohead,
Oahu, Hawaii Jun 21, 1963.  Pilot killed.
1006 to MASDC as FJ357.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1007 to Greek AF.  WFU at Elefsis Jul 1985.
1008 to MASDC as FJ145 Jun 18, 1970.  Cockpit section noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History
Museum, MI
1009 with 199th FS, 154th WG.  To MASDC as FJ090 Jan 19, 1970
1010 (498th FIS) crashed Jan 24, 1958
1011 to Greek AF
1012 (431st FIS) crashed Dec 12, 1963 50 mi from Zaragoza AB, Spain after engine
explosion.  Pilot ejected safely.
1013 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ304.  Converted to QF-102A
1014 to MASDC as FJ346 Nov 5, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1015 (Texas ANG) crashed Jan 12, 1961
1016 to Greek AF
1017 with 199th FS, 154th WG.  To MASDC as FJ132 May 25, 1970.  Preserved at South Dakota Air And Space Museum, 
Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
1018 to MASDC as FJ081 Jan 9, 1970
1019 to MASDC as FJ089 Jan 16, 1970
1020 (47th F*S) crashed Sep 10, 1958
1021 (32nd FIS) suffered major hydraulic failure and crashed 
near Zevenhoven, Netherlands Sept 25, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
1022 (4750th ADW, 4750th FS) crashed Jan 7, 1958
1023 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ308 Aug 19, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A.
1024 to Greek AF.  At Tanagra dump Sep 2005.
1025 to Greek AF.  At Tripolis Nov 2008
1026 to MASDC as FJ098 Jan 31, 1970
1028 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ309 Aug 19, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
1029 (32nd FIS) w/o Aug 2, 1965 after fire in alert hangar at Soesterberg AB, Netherlands 
1030 to MASDC as FJ077 Jan 7, 1970
1031 to Greek AF as 031.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
1032 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ322 Sep 10, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, 
later to PQM-102B.  Crashed on landing at
Tyndall AFB, Florida Nov 14, 1979 after completing two drone sorties.
The plane seen at Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands
in 2009 marked as 52-1032 is actually 52-1052.
1033 to MASDC as FJ068 Dec 15, 1969
1034 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
1035 (199th FS, 154th FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean near Honolulu Intl Apt
during landing approach Jan 7, 1964.  Pilot killed.
1036 to MASDC Feb 26, 1970
1037 to MASDC as FJ097 Jan 29, 1970
1038 to MASDC as FJ084 Jan 12, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
1039 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
1040 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
1041 to MASDC as FJ115 Apr 19, 1970
1042 to MASDC as FJ273 Jun 5, 1974
1043 to MASDC as FJ310 Aug 21, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
1044 in midir collision with Nethernands AF Hawker Hunter Apr 13, 1961.  Landed safely, but Hunter
crashed, killing the pilot.  To MASDC as FJ313 Aug 28, 1974.  
56-1297 ... 56-1429
Convair F-102A-75-CO Delta Dagger
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1323,1325,1329,1330,1331,1336,1340,1349,1360,1380,1384,1398,1401,
1418,1419,1426 converted to PQM-102A.
1347,1400 converted to QF-102A.
1300,1314,1319,1337,1341,1343,1345,1346,1350,
1351,1356,1363,1366,1367,1373,1376,1391,1427
converted to PQM-102A.
1297 (LA ANG) crashed Jun 4, 1963
1298 to MASDC as FJ157 Oct 23, 1970
1299 to MASDC as FJ171 Jan 26, 1971
1300 to MASDC as FJ134 May 25, 1970
1302 to MASDC as FJ142 Jun 9, 1970
1303 to MASDC as FJ135 May 26, 1970
1304 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 10, 1957.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  To MASDC as FJ168 Jan 8, 1971
1306 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ163 Feb 1, 1971
1308 to MASDC as FJ159 Oct 31, 1970
1309 (Texas ANG) crashed Feb 4, 1961
1310 to MASDC Nov 21, 1969
1312 (323th FIS) crashed Apr 23, 1959
1314 to MASDC as FJ307 Aug 14, 1974
1315 (LA ANG) crashed Sep 20, 1966
1316 to MASDC as FJ121 May 5, 1970
1321 (57th FIS) crashed into sea 17 miles from Keflavik, Iceland Jan 22, 1973
1322 to MASDC as FJ004 Nov 12, 1969
1324 (4683rd ADW) crashed Sep 21, 1963
1325 at MINNEAPOLIS (MN) AS '56-1476' 
1326 (328th FW) crashed Mar 1965
1334 to MASDC as FJ177 Mar 31, 1971 
1337 to MASDC as FJ345 Oc 25, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
1339 (Texas ANG) crashed Jan 23, 1959
1341 to MASDC as FJ247 Jun 28, 1973
1343 to MASDC as FJ214 May 25, 1971 
1344 (46th FIS) crashed into Crystal Peak, S of Port Angeles, WA Feb 8, 1964.  Pilot killed.
1345 to MASDC as FJ181 Apr 7, 1971
1346 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ305 Aug 14, 1974.  Converted QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1347 to MASDC as FJ215 May 26, 1971.  Seen at Holloman AFB Jul 1975
1348 (327th FIS) w/o May 5, 1958 near Madison, Wisconsin on approach to Truax AFB.  Aircraft flown away
from pouplated area and crashed in to Lake Monona, Wisconsin.  Pilot ejected out of seat envelope and
was killed.
1351 to MASDC as FJ187 Apr 17, 1971
1353 (482nd FIS) crshed Feb 23, 1962
1354 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ010 Nov 14, 1969
1355 (73rd AD) crashed Jan 18, 1958
1356 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
1357 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  W/o Oct 11, 1965.  At Jacksonville ANGB, FL in 1998
1358 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, 
later the NASA Ames Research Center Dec 23, 1957 to Mar 21, 1960.  
Modified with gun sight tracking displays to test fire control and auto maneuvering systems.  W/o Oct 11, 1965.
1359 (460th FIS) crashed Oct 22, 1964
1361 to MASDC as FJ219 Jun 2, 1971
1363 to MASDC as FJ261 Apr 11, 1974
1364 (76th FIS) crashed Aug 17, 1962
1365 noted Sep 2006 at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, 
Schenectady County AP, NY
1366 to MASDC as FJ268 May 1, 1974. 
1367 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ280 Jun 13, 1974
1368 on display at Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, Oregon
1370 (PA ANG) crashed Mar 3, 1963
1371 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed Jul 12, 1962
1373 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ266 Apr 30, 1974
1375 (4756th ADW) in midair collision with 56-1383 Dec 22, 1966
1376 to MASDC as FJ300 Aug 2, 1974
1377 (326th FIS) crashed Jan 25, 1966.  Pilot killed. 
1378 placed on display at Keflavik, Iceland Oct 21, 1972 as gate guardian. Removed 1984 due 
to dangerous corrosion and used for fire training; finally scrapped 1994 
1379 (64th FIS) suffered engine flame out after taking part in aerial display for Seattle world's Fair
Apr 21, 1962.  Pilot veered aircraft to nearby Lake Washington then ejected Apr 21, 1962.  Aircraft
fell short into residential area, killing two
1381 (4683rd ADW) crashed Jul 14, 1961
1383 (4756th ADW) in midair collision with 56-1375 Dec 22, 1966
1386 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  Crashed Jul 19, 1965
1387 (64th FIS) crashed Nov 10, 1962
1388 to MASDC as FJ017 Nov 17, 1969
1389 (64h FIS, 405th FW) hit by small arms fire while taking off from Da Nang AB, South Vietnam
Dec 14, 1966.  Pilot pointed the burning aircraft out to sea and ejected 3 miles offshore and
was rescued by a Navy vessel.
1390 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ023 Nov 14, 1969
1391 to MASDC as FJ255 Mar 8, 1974
1392 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ007 Nov 13, 1969
1393 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  to MASDC as FJ041 Nov 24, 1969.  Preserved at Pima Air 
and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
1394 to MASDC as FJ195 May 10, 1971
1395 (325th CAMS) crashed Dec 26, 1957
1396 (California ANG) suffered engine failure 185km E of Keflavik, Iceland Mar 25, 1968.  Pilot ejected after gliding
75 KM and was rescued by helicopter  
1399 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  Crashed Aug 14, 1964
1400 to MASDC as FJ188 Apr 16, 1971.  Seen at Holloman AFB Jul 1975.
1402 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG
1403 (57th FIS) crashed during routine practice fly-by for base open house Sep 15, 1966
1404 (327th CAMS) crashed May 10, 1960
1405 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ006 Nov 13, 1969
1406 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC Nov 24, 1969
1407 to MASDC Nov 20, 1969
1409 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ100 Feb 4, 1970
1410 to MASDC as FJ119 Apr 29, 1970
1412 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC Nov 14, 1969.  Seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM late 1980s.
1413 (MSN 8-10-360) was at Planes of Mame Museum, Chino, CA.  Now in restoration
hangar at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California expected to be on display summer 2005. On display
there Jun 2006.
1414 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  Crashed May 18, 1967
1415 on display with Pennsylvania ANG, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. 
1416 (MSN 8-10-363) on display at WPAFB Museum, OH.
1421 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as FJ061 Nov 15, 1969
1423 (PR ANG) crashed Oct 29, 1962
1424 to MASDC as FJ018 Nov 17, 1969
1425 (325th CAMS) crsshed Oct 15, 1963
1427 to MASDC as FJ335 Feb 28, 1975. Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FJ335 Feb 28, 1975.   
Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1428 to MASDC as FJ0045 Nov 24, 1969.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s
1429 to MASDC as FJ112 Apr 2, 1970
56-1519 ... 56-1568
Sikorsky H-19D Chickasaw
For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
1519 (MSN 55997) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 6, 1956.
1520 (MSN 55998) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 6, 1956.  Registered N9894, current.  Damaged during hard
landing and rollover due to mechanical fialure at Vina, California.  Repaired.  Damaged when rolled forward
and down during a drop-off Apr 3, 1980.
1521 (MSN 551006) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 12, 1956.
1522 (MSN 551007) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 12, 1956.  Assigned to Supply Support Services
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 10, 1968 to Nov 6, 1969
Registered as NASA 535.  To City of Hampton, VA for display.
1523 (MSN 551008) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 14, 1956.  To MASDC as XB023.  To civilian registry as 
N95488 with Whisper Jet Aug 3, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
1524 (MSN 551009) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 14, 1956.  To Mesa
1525 (MSN 551016) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC as XB0043.  Reported stored at
Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
1526 (MSN 551017) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 24, 1956.  Crashed when hit power lines near San
Bernadino, California Sep 22, 1976 while operating medevac by Loma Linda University.
1527 (MSN 551018) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1956.
1528 (MSN 551019) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1956.
1529 (MSN 551023) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 26, 1956.
1530 (MSN 551024) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 26, 1956.
1531 (MSN 551025) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 23, 1956.  To civil registry as N4375 May 20, 1971,
cancelled Jan 30, 1974
1532 (MSN 551026) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 23, 1956.
1533 (MSN 551033) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.  Registered N63322 to Whisper Jet Aug 3, 1993, current
1534 (MSN 551034) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.
1535 (MSN 551035) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.  stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, moved to 
storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
1536 (MSN 551036) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.
1537 (MSN 551042) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 4, 1957.
1538 (MSN 551043) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 4, 1957.   Noted Apr 1972 stored at Technical Center,
El Reno, Oklahoma
1539 (MSN 551044) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 8, 1957.
1540 (MSN 551045) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 8, 1957.
1541 (MSN 551051) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.
1542 (MSN 551052) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.   To civil registry as N37799. Lost power 
during spraying operation, crashed and burned east of LaGrande, OR Jul 4, 2003
1543 (MSN 551053) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.
1544 (MSN 551054) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.
1545 (MSN 551060) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.
1546 (MSN 551061) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.
1547 (MSN 551062) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.  Registered as N32533, current
1548 (MSN 551063) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.  Registered N9399 Aug 12, 1971.  Expired Jun 30, 2012.
1549 (MSN 551069) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1957.  Registered N90415 May 22, 1987, cancelled on 
export to New Zealand Jul 13, 1993
1550 (MSN 551071) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1957.  Preserved at US Army Transportation Museum,
Fort Eustis, Virginia as 114299
1551 (MSN 551072) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1957.  to Mesa, then stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.
Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
1552 (MSN 551073) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 29, 1957.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research 
Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 7, 1961 to Jan 28, 1970.  Designated JH-19D.
Salvage Langley AFB, VA
1553 (MSN 551079) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 29, 1957
1554 (MSN 551080) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 29, 1957.  To MASDC.  To Mesa. To N552DT Jan 24, 1973,
cancelled Aug 23, 2012.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona
1555 (MSN 551081) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1957.  To MASDC as XB0070.  Stored at Chandler
Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
1556 (MSN 551082) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1957.  Registered N5970, cancelled Sep 18, 1989
1557 (MSN 551083) delivered to US Army Aviation May 29, 1957.  To MASDC as XB0072.  To Mesa.
Stored at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
1558 (MSN 551091) delivered to US Army Aviation May 31, 1957, 1957.  To MASDC, then to N95486, current
Crashed and burned during a spray run turn around due to mechanical failure at Parker, Arizona Aug 6, 1981
but repaired.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
1559 (MSN 551092) delivered to US Army Aviation May 29, 1957 to MASDC
1560 (MSN 551093) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 7, 1957 
1561 (MSN 551102) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 19, 1957
1562 (MSN 551103) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 29, 1957.  to MASDC as XB046, then reported stored at 
Chandler Memorial, AZ.
1563 (MSN 551104) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 29, 1957
1564 (MSN 551105) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 29, 1957.  To civilian registry as N62205 with Whisper Jet
Aug 3, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
1565 (MSN 551099) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 26, 1957.  to MASDC, to N551DT with
Whisper Jet Jan 24, 1973, cancelled Sep 18, 2012.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ  
1566 (MSN 551100) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 23, 1957
1567 (MSN 551101) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 26, 1957
1568 (MSN 551112) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 31, 1957.  to MASDC then to civilian registry with Orlando
Helicopter Airwasys as N95492 May 17, 1974.  Sold to owner in Venezuela Oct 1982 as YV-355C, but US 
registration not cancelled until Aug 10, 2004.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
56-2245 ... 56-2316
Hiller H-23C Raven
Redesignated OH-23C in 1962.
2245/2250 MSN 841/846
2251/2256 MSN 850/855
2257/2262 MSN 859/864
2263/2268 MSN 868/873
2269/2274 MSN 877/882
2275/2280 MSN 886/891
2281/2286 MSN 895/900
2287/2316 MSN 904/933
2245 (MSN 841) to MASDC as XG110 Dec 15, 1971.
2246 (MSN 842) to MASDC as XG108 Dec 15, 1971.  To N47014.
2249 (MSN 845) to Philippines AF.  To civilian market in 1990 as RP-C64
2252 (MSN 851) to civil registry as N4831C, later N301CH.  Latter registration
cancelled Apr 5, 2004 as 'Sold to owner in Dominican Republic'.  Dominican
registration is HI-786SP.  Registration N301CH restored
Dec 11, 2006.  Registration N156PT reserved Jan 15, 2009, taken up Mar 9, 2009
2253 (MSN 852) to MASDC as XB188 Mar 10, 1972.  To N92993
2256 (MSN 855) to MASDC as XG136 Jan 19, 1972.
2259 (MSN 861) noted at California Army National Guard Museum, 
San Luis Opisbo, CA Fall 2003
2261 (MSN 863) was C-GCWN, registration cancelled Sep 20, 2000.
Registered N552DR Feb 17, 2009
2265 (MSN 870) to NASA Mar 1, 1963 as 706.  Donated to Independence High School,
San Jose, CA Dec 17, 1976
2268 (MSN 873) to MASDC as XG020
2274 (MSN 882) to MASDC as XG156 Feb 17, 1972
2278 (MSN 889) to MASDC as XG157 Feb 17, 1972.
2279 (MSN 890) was N14435, registration cancelled by FAA Jn 17, 2009 as "destroyed"
2284 (MSN 898) to MASDC as XG137 Jan 19, 1972.  Noted at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA Fall 2003
2288 assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA, Nov 3, 1958 to Apr 28, 1959.
Used for rotorcraft research 
2291 (MSN 908) to MASDC as XG043 Oct 13, 1971.  To N75212
2295 (MSN 912) to MASDC as XG107 Dec 15, 1971.
2300 (MSN 917) registered N7069V Jun 25, 2007.  Last reported at
Ropkey Armor Museum, IN.
2303 to N64281
56-3659 ... 56-3694
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-1143/1178
3672,3674,3693 sold to Taiwan
3659--plane painted as 56-3659 at Speyer, Germany is actually 51-17471.
3661 to civil registry as N83615.  On display with Wyoming ANG, Cheyenne, Wyoming
3662 to MASDC as TC766 Nov 25, 1966
3663 (MSN 580-1147) to Hellenic AF.  As Hellenic Air Force 63663 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015 
3666 to NASA as 949, then N941NA.  To MASDC as TC977 Sep 3, 1970.  
3669 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975.
3671 To NASA as 937, then N937NA.  To MASDC as TC986 Nov 20, 1970.
3672 to MASDC as TC982 Oct 26, 1970.  To Taiwan
3673 converted to AT-33A. to MASDC as TC905 Nov 20, 1969.  To Ecuadorian AF as 638
3674 to MASDC as TC868 Sep 5, 1969.  To Taiwan
3675 to MASDC as TC867 Sep 5, 1969.
3679 to AMARC as TC1326 Mar 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3680 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976.
3681 to AMARC as TC1370 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3682 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 6, 1973 for spares recovery
3686 to MASDC Oct 9, 1972
3688 to MASDC as TC981 Oct 17, 1970.
3689 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 939.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 28, 1970 to Mar 30, 1971
Registered as NASA 513.  Assigned to 155th TRG, Nebraska ANG, Lincoln, NB.
Registered to Heritage Air LLC and is flying again, using the old NASA registration number 
of N939NA.  3689 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
3690 to MASDC as TC888 Nov 13, 1969
3692 to MASDC Aug 29, 1972
3693 to MASDC as TC892 Nov 15, 1969.  To Taiwan.
56-4022 ... 56-4022
Bell X-14
Built using Beech T-34 wings and tail, powered by two Bristol-Siddeley Viper engines.
First flight Feb 19, 1957.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 2, 1959 
to May 29, 1981.  Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. 
Later fitted with General Electric J-85 turbojet engines.  Redesignated X-14A.
Registered as NASA 234, later as NASA 704.
In 1965 the aircraft was flown by Neil Armstrong to evaluate control characteristics in 
vertical flight that would be representative of the Apollo lunar lander during final descent 
to landing on the Moon. 
Modified to install a digital variable stability system and uprated GE J-85 engines.
Redesignated X-14B 1971.  Registered N704NA Jul 17, 1969, cancelled Nov 18, 1981
Damaged beyond repair in landing accident May 29, 1981. The aircraft made a hard landing as a 
consequence of a lateral control software design flaw that led to a pilot-induced oscillation. 
It was never flown again.  To Fort Rucker, AL for display.
By 1996 had left Fort Rucker and was at the Ropkey Armour Museum near Indianapolis
56-6670 ... 56-6672
North American X-15A
6670 (MSN 240-1) assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
82 powered flights.  Put on display at National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
6671 (MSN 240-2) assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
31 powered flights as a X-15A.  Extensively damaged during emergency landing at Edwards AFB 
Nov 9, 1962 with John McKay at the controls.  Later modified as X-15A-2 22 powered flights as 
a X-15A-2.  A 200th X-15 flight over Nevada was first scheduled for 21 November 1968. Numerous 
technical problems and outbreaks of bad weather delayed this proposed flight six times, and it 
was permanently canceled on Dec 20, 1968. This X-15 was detached from the B-52 and then put 
into indefinite storage. The aircraft was donated to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson 
AFB Oct 1969 for display.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
6672 (MSN 240-3) assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  64 powered flights.
Crashed Nov 15, 1967 at Edwards AFB when lost control during re-entry and was torn apart by aerodynamic
forces.  Maj. Michael J. Adams killed.  Most of the wreckage was collected and 
buried at an unknown location on EAFB.  Pieces of the ship can be seen at the
Air Force Flight Test Center Museum at EAFB, the San Diego Aerospace Museum, and
the Wing and a Prayer Cafe in Lancaster, CA.
Aircraft with this serial on display at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB
and outside the NASA facility at Edwards AFB are both full-sized replicas.
56-6675 ... 56-6722
Lockheed U-2A
Items 342/389
Five modified WU-2As (Items 381-385) had dedicated gas and particulate sampling systems installed in the equipment
bay and a hard nose containing a small intake valve assembly for the sampling mission.
6681,6722 converted to WU-2A
6682,6690,6701,6714,6721 converted to U-2B
6680/6682,6691,6692,6701,6707,6714,1616,6721 converted to U-2C.
6682,6714,6721 converted to U-2D
6721 converted to WU-2D.
6675 (Item 342) converted to U-2C then to U-2F.  Replaced Item 359 (56-6692) for Republic of China AF
when it was returned to the factory.  Item 242 returned to US in late spring
of 1965 upon return of Item 359.  Lost Feb 25, 1966 in California when broke
up during hard pullup while leaving tanker.  Pilot survived.
6676 (Item 343) shot down by SA-2 Oct 27, 1962 near Banes, Cuba.  Pilot Maj. Rudolf
Anderson killed.  Parts of wreckage noted on display in Havana
Jan 2001.  Engine still on display at Museo de la Revolucion, Havana in
2009.
6677 (Item 344) crashed Mar 1, 1962 at Edwards AFB, CA during aerial refuelling
tests.  Pilot John A. Campbell killed.
6678 (Item 345) crashed May 1956 at Groom (Dry) Lake Test Facility NV, 'The Ranch' when stalled and 
crashed while trying to shake free a jammed pogo.  Pilot Wilburn S. Rose killed.
6679 (Item 346) crashed Sep 17, 1956 in Germany, killing Agency pilot Howard Carey.
6680 (Item 347) was first U-2 to overfly the USSR.  Converted to U-2F.
Used in overflight of Cuba.  On display as U-2C at National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
6681 (Item 348) converted to U-2G for aircraft carrier tests.  Converted to
U-2C and transferred to NASA as 708.   Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA.
Registered as NASA 708.  Registered as N801X.
Ferried to Taoyuan around June, 1964, and flown by Lockheed pilot, Bob Schumacher, as well as the 
Chinese and CIA pilots on hand in a test program to cure a flameout problem that had developed 
after a new fuel control had been installed in all the aircraft a few months earlier.  
Registered as N708NA with c/n 56-6681 to NASA Ames Jun 17, 1971, cancelled Dec 29, 1976.
On display as U-2C at NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffet Field, California
6682 (Item 349) converted to U-2G for aircraft carrier tests.  Converted to U-2C and transferred 
to NASA as NASA 709.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA. 
Registered as N709NA Jun 18, 1971, cancelled Dec 13, 1976.
On Apr 17/18, 1989 NASA pilots set time-to-climb records.  Now on display 
at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
6683 (Item 350) crashed off Key West, Florida after Cuban overflight Nov 20, 1963.
Pilot Joe G. Hyde killed.
6684 (Item 351) converted to U-2C by Jul 1959.  to Republic of China AF Jul 1960.  Lost Mar 19, 1961
at Taoyuan, Taiwan when Republic of China AF pilot took off on night training flight.  Plane
veered off the runway and burned.  Pilot Chih Yao Hua killed.
6685 (Item 352) converted to U-2C.  To Republic of China AF Jul 1960. Oct 22, 1965 on training mission over
Taiwan Oct 22, 1965.   Pilot Jaj Chang-Wen "Pete" Wang missing.
6686 (Item 353) crashed Sep 14, 1961 at Edwards AFB, CA.  Pilot Edens OK.
6687 (Item 354) crashed at Groom Lake (Dry) Lake Test Facility, NV, "The Ranch" Aug 31, 1956.  Flew 
into a telephone pole while taking off on night training flight.  CIA Pilot Frank Grace killed.
6688 (Item 355) to Republic of China AF 35th Sqdn.  Downed by PLA SA-2 over Jiangxi Nov 1, 1963.
Maj Chang-Di "Robin: Yeh flew this mission over nuclear weapons facilities in northwestern China. He was shot 
down by a SA-2 missile fired by PLAAF 2nd Surface-to-Air Guided Missile Battalion over Jiangxi and 
was captured alive by the Chinese Communists.  He was released to Hong Kong on November 10, 1982.
Aircraft displayed at Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing-Fuxing Lu, China
6689 (Item 356) lost on training mission over Taiwan Mar 22/23, 1964.  ROCAF pilot Maj. Te-Pei Liang
ejected but drowned.
6690 (Item 357) crashed in Arizona Dec 19, 1956.  Pilot survived.
6691 (Item 358) to Taiwan's 35th Sqdn as ROCAF 3512.  Downed by PLA SA-2 over Inner Mongolia
Jan 10, 1965.  Pilot Maj Li-Yi Chang captured, released to Hong Kong Nov 1982.
6692 (Item 359, U-2CT). To Republic of China AF in 1965.  Converted back to single-seat configuration 
and put on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK
6693 (Item 360) was the plane shot down on May 1, 1960
over USSR flown by CIA pilot Francis Gary Powers.  Remains noted May 2006 displayed
in Central Museum of the Armed Forces, Moscow.  Parts reported Aug 2007
still in Central Museum of the Armed Forces in Moscow, other
parts reported at Museum of Military Technology, Ekaterinburg
(alias Sverdlovsk) hear where the plane was shot down.  Powers survived and was put on trial and was 
convicted as a spy.  He was later traded for a convicted Russian spy.
6694 (Item 361) lost near Del Rio, TX Sep 26, 1957.  USAF pilot Jack Nole survived.
6695 (Item 362) to Republic of China AF 35th Sqdn.  Downed by PLA SA-2 over Fujian Jul 7, 1964.
Pilot Lt Col Nan-Ping "Terry" Lee killed.  Terry Lee took off in 362 from NAS Cubi Point, 
Philippines on a mission on China's supply lines to North Vietnam. He was shot down by SA-2 fired 
by PLAAF 2nd Surface-to-Air Guided Missile Battalion over Fujian and was killed. A Chinese source 
claimed that his ejection seat was not armed and so could not fire.
6696 (Item 363) crashed Mar 22, 1966 in Arizona, pilot OK.  Pilot Andy Fan was from ROCAF.
6697 (Item 364) crashed on final approach near Laughlin AFB, TX Aug 6, 1958.
USAF pilot Paul L. Haughland killed.
6698 (Item 365) crashed Jul 9, 1958 SW of Tucumcari, NM.  USAF pilot Alfred L. Chapin killed.
6699 (Item 366) lost Jun 28, 1957 near Del Rio IAP.  USAF pilot Ford E. Lowcock killed.
6700 (Item 367) converted to U-2C.  W/o May 29, 1975 near Winterberg, Germany.  USAF pilot Robert 
T. Rendlemen survived
6701 (Item 368) Nicknamed “The Saint” during it’s service with the Air Force thunderstorm research program, this U-2C 
also served with the Central Intelligence Agency and various Reconnaissance Wings. The aircraft has 
been converted from a U-2A to a U-2B, and finally to a U-2C model in 1968. It was dropped from the 
inventory and flown to the Strategic Air & Space Museum at Ashland, Nebraska in 1982.
6702 (Item 369) converted to U-2C.   Crashed near Del Rio, TX Jun 28, 1957.  Pilot Leo Smith killed.
6703 (4080 SW, 4080 OMS) crashed while landing at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Sep 18, 1964.  USAF pilot 
Primrose killed.
6704 (Item 371) lost Nov 28, 1957 13 nm SSE of Laughlin AFB, TX.  USAF pilot Bennidict A. Lacombe killed when
parachute caught on speed brake while bailing out.
6705 (Item 372) converted to U-2F.  To Republic of China AF Nov 1965.  Lost Feb 17, 1966 when ROCAF
pilot was undergoing high altitude training when he received
an overtemp warning and shut down the engine.  Attemped to land at Taichung Ching Chuan Kang
Airport which was the divert field and have a very long runway.  When he saw a smaller strip, he
decided to land there, but the airstrip was too short and the aircraft vershot the
runway and crashed into civilian housing.  Pilot and 5 civilians killed.
6706 (Item 373) to Republic of Chinaa AF.  Shot down by PLAAF Red Flag 2 missile over Jiaxing
Sep 8, 1967.  Pilot killed.
6707 (Item 374) on display as U-2C at Laughlin AFB, Texas
6708 (Item 375) lost Jul 1, 1967 near Pineville, LA.  USAF pilot Sam Swart survived.
6709 (Item 376) lost near Picayune, MS Jan 2, 1962.  USAF pilot Charles B. Stratton survived.
6710 (Item 377) lost Sep 11, 1958 at Edwards AFB, CA.  USAF pilot Patrick Hunderwahl killed.
6711 (Item 378) was the aircraft with the fake NASA markings
on display at Edwards AFB after the Powers shoot-down.
Later to Republic of China AF 35th Sqdn.  Downed by PLAAF SA-2 fired by 2nd Surface-to-Air Guided Missile
Battalion over Nanchang Sep 9, 1962.  ROCAF pilot Huai-Sheng Chen was alive when he was found but he 
died at hospital.
6712 (Item 379) crashed with ROCAF pilot Sheng Shih-Hi on training mission from
Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Dec 19, 1964.  Pilot survived.
6713 (Item 380) lost Jul 8, 1958 near Wayside, TX.  RAF pilot Christopher H. Walker killed.
6714 (Item 381) lost Jan 31, 1980 near Oroville, CA.  USAF pilot Edward I. Beaumont lost consciousness while
on training flight.  Plane glided earthward until it hit some high-tension
electrical lines, causing the plane to slowly spiral to the ground.  Having
regained consciousness by the sudden jolt of hitting the ground, the pilot
exited the U-2.  The aircraft is now mounted on a pylon at Beale AFB, California
6715 (Item 382) crashed Apr 26, 1965 near Boron, CA.  Civilian pilot Eugene Edens killed.  Pilot was
practicing carrier landings at Edwards AFB, CA when one wing dropped, hit the
ground hard, and the plane bounced back into the air.  Aircraft rolled over and
dove into the ground.  Pilot ejected, but not in time and was killed.
6716 (Item 383) to Republic of China AF.  Ferried directly to Takhli, Thailand in Aug or Sep 1965 and
based at Takhli until the beginning of Dec 1965 when it was flown to Taoyuan.  
Now on display as U-2C at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.
6717 (Item 384) to Republic of China AF.  Lost Jun 21, 1966 when ROCAF pilot suffered flameout
due to ruptured fuel line.  Pilot attempted an unsuccessful
forced landing in Okinawa when he bailed out but died of injuries sustained.
6718 (Item 385) To Republic of China Air Force. Stayed at Taoyuan from about February, 1965 till 
May of the same year. Shortage of "straight" C models was reason for a G model being used 
at Taoyuan. The tailhook was removed before it was ferried out.
6719 (Item 386) lost Jul 28, 1966 near Oruro, Bolivia.  USAF pilot Robert D. Hickman lost consciousness
and his plane flew out over the Gulf of Mexico, eventually crashing into the
side of a mountain.  Pilot killed.
6720 (Item 387) lost Jul 14, 1960 30 mi NW of Uvalde, TX.  USAF pilot Raleigh B. J. Meyers survived.
6721 (Item 388) built as U-2D two-place aircraft.  The second cockpit
was used by an observer operating infrared detectors in
support of Missile Detection and Alarm System (MIDAS) satellite
program.  Project "Have Coffee" airborne measurement of ballistic missile radiation.
Operated at Edwards AFB with 6512th Test Group.
Retired in 1980.  Put on display at March Field Museum, CA.  
Transferred to Air Force Flight Test Center Museum at 
Edwards AFB.  Restored by Lockheed Martin and put on 
temporary display at Skunk Works facility, and moved to 
Blackbird Air Park, Palmdale, California Nov 12, 2001.
6722 on display at WPAFB Museum, Dayton, OH.  This was first U-2 to be fitted with
dorsal-mounted IR sensor for tracking aircraft and missiles.  Was redesignated WU-2A when fitted
with scoop under the port side of the fuselage beneath the equipment bay and a hard nose with a small 
intake valve.  Delivered in March 1957 to the USAF and assigned to Special Projects 
Branch of ARDC at Edwards AFB, California. Remained at Edwards until 1978 when it was retired to the 
USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
56-6941 ... 56-6941
Ryan VZ-3 Vertiplane
Model 92 VTOL research aircraft.  Delivered to US Army.  Designated VZ-3RY
First flight Dec 29, 1958. Crashed 1959. Rebuilt and transferred to NASA [dates as quoted by Wikipedia]
Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
Center May 20, 1958 to Feb 24, 1959 [dates as quoted by NASA].  Registered as NASA 235.
The aircraft was lost when the pilot ran out of nose-down control at low power and the aircraft 
pitched inverted and crashed into San Francisco Bay. The aircraft was subsequently rebuilt to 
complete the test program.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 24, 1959 to Jun 20, 1966
Registered as NASA 705.  Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research 
On display at Ft. Rucker, AL.  
56-6942 ... 56-6942
Doak VZ-4-DA
Model 16 VTOL flying platform for US Army.  First flight Feb 25, 1958.
Tested at Edwards AFB, CA.  Delivered to US Army Sep 1859
Delivered from DOAK Aircraft, Torrance, CA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 5, 1960 to Aug 21, 1972
Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA. Stored
On display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
56-6943 ... 56-6943
Vertol VZ-2
Model 76 tilt-wing research aircraft.  First flight Aug 13, 1957.
Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 9, 1959 to Mar 22, 1961.
Assigned to Boeing Vertol, Morton, PA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 17, 1962 to Jan 4, 1965
Preserved by the National Air and Space Museum in storage at the Paul E. Garber Facility.
57-229 ... 57-246
Convair F-106A-CO Delta Dart
MSN 8-24-18/35.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
229 crashed near Indian Springs, Nevada Apr 8, 1959.
230 w/o Feb 1, 1985 (87th FIS) for static display.  On display at Florida ANG, Jacksonville IAP, Florida.
231 crashed near Ewen, Michigan May 28, 1981 (87th FIS)
232 (MSN 8-24-21) to MASDC as FN047 Apr 4, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD151).  Crashed Jun 12, 1992.
233 shot down errant Matador SSM in 1960.  W/o Apr 12, 1963 (94th FIS)
234 (MSN 8-24-23) to AMARC as FN152 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD175).  Shot down by AIM-120
Oct 25, 1995.
235 (MSN 8-24-24) Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research Center Sep 4, 1958 to Dec 14, 1959
236 (MSN 8-24-25) to MASDC as FN090 Jun 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD248).  Shot down by AIM-120
Jan 29, 1997.
237 crashed in ocean SSW of Point Loma, California May 8, 1974 (5th FIS)
238 modified as JF-106A by NASA for variable lift-drag ratio tests.  Crashed at Edwards AFB, California Dec 6, 1965
239 converted to YF-106C, destroyed Apr 1960 in fatigue testing
240 (MSN 8-24-29) converted to YF-106C.  To AMARC as FN162 Nov 23, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD251).  Shot down by
AIM-9P Dec 2, 1993.
241 (MSN 8-24-30) to MASDC as FN096 Aug 8, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD240).  Shot down by AIM-120
May 8, 1996.
242 to Convair at Edwards AFB.  Crashed Oct 27, 1958 near Edwards AFB.
243 (MSN 8-24-32) to MASDC as FN071 Apr 1, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD114).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 10,
1993.
244 (MSN 8-24-33) to MASDC as FN015 Aug 31, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD232).  Crash landing Apr 25, 1995.
245 (MSN 8-24-34) to MASDC as FN052 Apr 5, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD117).  Shot down by AIM-120 Oct 17,
1991.
246 (MSN 8-24-35) to AMARC as FN128 Apr 1, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD161).  Ran off droneway Jun 29, 1993.
57-484 ... 57-495
Lockheed C-130D-LM Hercules
MSN 182-3191/3202.  Originally C-130A, all converted to C-130D.
484 (MSN 182-3191) to to MASDC as CF047.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-383.  Broken up by Aug 1993
485 (MSN 182-3192) deployed to Antarctica in OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, name "Snowshoe".  Landed at South
Pole, Byrd, and McMurdo Stations.  To MASDC as CF011 May 25, 1976.  Now on display at 
Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, Minnesota, painted as 55-0016, which was lost in Vietnam
486 (MSN 182-3193) Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1958.
Deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, named "Great Dane".  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  Converted to GC-130D ground trainer at Sheppard AFB.
487 (MSN 182-3194) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations. Named :Sustlin Husky" wih Alaskan Air Command in Sep 1968.
Sold to Honduras as FAH 556.  Crashed near Wampusirpi, Honduras Aug 14, 1986
488 (MSN 182-3195) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  To MASDC as CF016 Jun 2, 1976.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
489 (MSN 182-3196) at Sheppard AFB, TX Feb 1992 as GC-130D ground trainer.
490 (MSN 182-3197) converted to GC-130D.  Now on display at Stratton ANGB, Scotia, New York.  
491 (MSN 182-3198) to MASDC as CF048.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-399.  
WFU by Apr 1990 and broken up by Aug 1993.  Was at one time ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW
line radar stations in 1960s.
492 (MSN 182-3199) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  Was at one time ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW line radar stations in 
1960s.  To AMARC as CF046 Apr 4, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  
493 (MSN 182-3200) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
and McMurdo stations.  to MASDC as CF042 Feb 22, 1985.  Now on display at Pima Air and 
Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
494 (MSN 182-3201) to MASDC as CF040 Feb 15, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Was at one time 
ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW line radar stations in 1960s.
495 (MSN 182-3202) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, named "Frozen Assets".  First C-130 to
land at South Pole.  Also landed at Byrd and McMurdo stations.  Crashed during landing on radar site on
Greenland ice cap June 5, 1972.  One on ground killed.
57-1303 ... 57-1311
Lockheed F-104B-10-LO Starfighter
MSN 283-5015/5023.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1303 (MSN 283-50150 Delivered to the USAF Oct 2, 1958
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 3, 1958 to Dec 16, 1959
Registered as NASA 71303
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Dec 16, 1959 to 1978
Registered as NASA 71303.  Registered as NASA 819 1977.  Registered as N819NA; cancelled.
Last NASA flight 21Apr78 and flown to AMARC, AZ.  Transferred to McClellan AFB, California on June 16, 1983. 
(It was flown to the museum in a C-130 on July 13, 1983.  On display at Aerospace Museum of California, 
McClellan, California
1304 to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 925.  On display Dec 2010 at Irbid.
1305 to MASDC as FB012 Dec 5, 1967.  Returned to service with
AFTC, Edwards AFB.  Back to MASDC as FB042 Oct 14, 1972. 
1306 w/o Jan 22, 1964 near Eglin AFB, Florida
1307 w/o Apr 11, 1967. 
1308 crashed shortly after takeoff from Edwards AFB Feb 18, 1964.
Both crew ejected safely.
1309 (MSN 283-5021) to Pakistan in 1961.  Reported winter 2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum,
Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
1310 to Taiwan as 4122
1311 (157th FIS/SC ANG) crashed on final approach to Moron AB, Spain following engine
failure Jan 29,1 962.  One crew member ejected safely, the other was killed.
57-2507 ... 57-2517
Convair F-106B-31-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2507 (MSN 8-27-01) Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH.  Registered as NASA 607
Registered as N607NA; cancelled.  Redesignated NF-106B. Used as chase support
for NASA 616 but also as ejection seat test aircraft.  Did final qualification tests for
Gemini spacesuit and spacecraft escape system.  Later used for solar cell calibration tasks and
for air sample collection.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 12May81 to 24Feb84
Cut in half lengthwise for wind tunnel tests.  Scrapped Feb 24, 1984
2508 (MSN 8-27-02) to MASDC as FN042.  To QF-106 (AD267).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 1, 1994.
2509 (MSN 8-27-03) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 5Jul74 to 23Mar87
To AMARC May 24, 1990 as FN196.  To QF-106 (AD268) Jun 23, 1994.  
Written off Oct 7, 1997 after ground fire.  Purchased by private individual Apr 2000 and moved to
El Paso, TX for restoration.
2510 (MSN 8-27-04) to MASDC Apr 4, 1984 (FN048).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range, Gila Bend, Arizona 
as target Nov 10, 2003
2511 to JF-106B.  Crashed Jan 5, 1959 at AFFTC
2512 (MSN 8-27-06) to MASDC as FN007 Apr 28, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD263).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jun 3, 1994.
2513 (MSN 8-27-07) to AMARC as FN198 Jun 25, 1990.  To Tyndall AFB.  Returned to AMARC Dec 2, 1993 (FN0202).  
Placed in display location.  To Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California Oct 9, 2003
2514 (MSN 8-27-08) to AMARC Nov 23, 1987 as FN161.  Scrapped Dec 2005.
2515 (49th FIS) crashed Dec 16, 1986 in Lake Erie.  Pilot ejected safely.  
2516 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Registered as NASA 816
Registered as N816NA 15Jul69; cancelled 22Apr92
Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH
Registered as NASA 616.  Re-designated NF-106B in May 1967.  Modified as testbed for different inlet 
and nozzle configurations.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 29Jan79 to 17May91
Registered as NASA 816.  Registered as N816NA.   Used for storm hazard research 1979-1986 and for vortex flap flight
experiments 1986-1991.  Went on display May 17, 1991 at Virginia Air and Space Center,
Hampton, Virginia.  Registration N816NA cancelled Apr 22, 1992
2517 (MSN 8-27-11) to AMARC Jan 26, 1988 as FN177.  To QF-106 (AD256) Feb 4, 1994.  Crash landed 
Feb 21, 1997 due to locked brakes, suffering extensive nose damage.   Purchased by private
individual Apr 2000 and moved to El Paso, TX for restoration.  Scrapped in 2003.
57-2518 ... 57-2519
Convair F-106B-35-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2518 (MSN 8-27-12) to AMARC as FN143.  To QF-106 (AD260).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 3, 1996.
2519 (MSN 8-27-13) modified by NASA for variable stability tests.  Retired Oct 1971.  Dropped from inventory
as surplus Sep 14, 1976
57-2527 ... 57-2531
Convair F-106B-50-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2527 (MSN 8-27-21) crashed at Tyndall AFB, Florida Oct 9, 1973
2528 damaged Oct 16, 1971 in midair collision with 57-2471 that was lost.  Crashed 10 NM S of Apalachicola, Florida
Oct 16, 1972
2529 modified by NASA for variable stability tests.  Retired Oct 1971.  Dropped from inventor as surplus Sep 14, 1976.
2530 (MSN 8-27-24) to AMARC as FN160 Aug 25, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD257).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 24, 1997.
2531 crashed SW of Stewart AFB, New York due to fuel starvation Mar 30, 1966
57-2532 ... 57-2541
Convair F-106B-55-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2532 (MSN 8-27-26) to MASDC as FN040 Mar 23, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD270).  Shot down by AIM-120 Mar 27, 1996.
2533 Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 8Jul74 to 6Aug74. Code 02
Assigned to 194th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing, California Air National Guard 8Jul74 to 6Aug74
Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 17Sep74 to 12Dec86. Code 02
W/o after major damage Dec 12, 1986.  Put on display Nov 20, 1987 on a pedestal
at Kelly AFB, TX.  Noted Oct 14, 2004 preserved at Lackland AFB, Texas. 
2534 destroyed by fire Jan 27, 1964.
2535 (MSN 8-27-29)Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 15Nov83 to 3Mar87
To AMARC as FN125 Mar 20, 1987.  Back to AMARC May 24, 1990 as FN195.
To QF-106 (AD109).  Shot down by AIM-9M Sept 1, 1993.
2536 (MSN 8-27-30) to MASDC as FN023 Dec 19, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD107).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 4, 1993.
2537 (MSN 8-27-31) to MASDC as FN053 Apr 6, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD276).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jan 28, 1998.
2538 crashed near Green Head, Florida Oct 19, 1972
2539 (MSN 8-27-33) to MASDC as FN034 Jan 26, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD265).  Accidentally jammed by EF-111A
and command destroyed Aug 23, 1995.
2540 (MSN 8-27-34) to MASDC as FN037 Feb 15, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD262).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 7, 1997.
2541 (MSN 8-27-35) to MASDC as FN041 Mar 23, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD281).  Shot down by AIM-7M May 16, 1995.
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2542 crashed near Grand Ridge, Florida Aug 27, 1964
2543 (MSN 8-27-37) to MASDC as FN043 Apr 2, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD171) Dec 13, 1994.  W/o in landing accident 
when nose gear collapsed Feb 23, 1998.  Purchased by private individual Apr 2000 and moved to El Paso, 
Texas for restoration.
2544 crashed Port St John, Florida Mar 29, 1971.
2545 (MSN 8-27-39) assigned to 5th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Minot AFB, ND.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 30, 1985 to 1991
Assigned to Honeywell, Eglin AFB, FL.
To AMARC as FN201 Mar 7, 1992.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FN0203 Jan 14, 1994.  
To QF-106 (AD282) Dec 12, 1994.  W/o due to cracked intake duct Jan 3, 1997.  Purchased by private 
individual Apr 2000 and moved to El Paso, Texas for restoration.  Noted Apr 2015 at Bissell Auto
and Body Yard at St Louis, Missouri.
2546 (MSN 8-27-40) to MASDC as FN021 Nov 30, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD264).  Expended Jun 14, 1995.
2547 (MSN 8-27-41) to MASDC as FN097 Aug 15, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD279).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 15, 1996.
57-5846 ... 57-5925
Cessna L-27A-CE
MSN 38001/38080.  Redesignated U-3A Aug 1958.  Nicknamed *Blue Canoe* because of their color scheme
Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
5846 (MSN 38001) to MASDC as HM003 Dec 20, 1967.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Aug 14, 1970.  To N4303
5847 (MSN 38002) to MASDC Sep 8, 1968, returned to serice.  Back to MASDC as HM163 Apr 19, 1972.  
5848 (MSN 38003) to MASDC as HM009 Apr 17, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 17, 1972.  To N89736
5849 (MSN 38004) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968. Returned to service.  At one time had been
transferred to US Navy as 575849.  Put on display at Castle Air Museum, California.  
5850 (MSN 38005) to MASDC Apr 23, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N5795X
5851 (MSN 38006) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N5076Q
5852 (MSN 38007) to MASDC Sep 18 1968.  Returned to service.  To N133Z with University of Mississippi Feb 1978.  
Now flying as N75852 registered to Dan Miller of Fort Wainwright, AK.  
5853 (MSN 38008) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968
5854 (MSN 38009) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968.  To civilian registry N7502) on display at Wings over the Rockies
Air and Space Museum, Denver, CO.
5855 (MSN 38010) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968.  Returned to service. To N11UT
5856 (MSN 38011) to MASDC Aug 29, 1968.  Returned to service.  Used for maintenance instruction at San Jose State 
University's aviation campus, located at SJC (Mineta San Jose International Airport).  To N8SJ
5857 (MSN 38012) to MASDC Aug 26, 1968.  To N134Z
5858 (MSN 38013) to MASDC Sep 8, 1968. To N4283
5859 (MSN 38014) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966.  To Taiwan as 3601
5860 (MSN 38015) to MASDC as HM087 Sep 10, 1968
5861 (MSN 38016) to MASDC Sep 3, 1968, returned to service
5862 (MSN 38017) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966, returned to service.  To N3624
5863 (MSN 38018) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968, returned to service.
5864 (MSN 38019) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968, returned to service.  To N65065
5865 (MSN 38020) to MASDC Sep 16, 1968, returned to service.  To N5274G.   Preserved on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
5866 (MSN 38021) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968, returned to service.  To N5754
5867 (MSN 38022) to MASDC Sep 19, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 8, 1971.  To MASDC.  To N145Z
5868 (MSN 38023) to N506JC
5869 (MSN 38024) noted in 1990 at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
5870 (MSN 38025) to civil registry N3979B.  Registration cancelled
by FAA Jul 11, 2006 as destroyed.
5871 (MSN 38026) to MASDC Sep 18, 1968
5872 (MSN 38027) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 5, 1972.  Preserved at South 
Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
5873 (MSN 38028) to MASDC Aug 30, 1968, returned to service.
5874 (MSN 38029) to MASDC Apr 1, 1971, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 1, 1971.  To N65386
5875 (MSN 38030) WFU Sep 10, 1968.  To the Gateway Technical College [sic], Janesville - Rock County 
Airport, Janesville, WI.  Registration N37670 assigned 15Jun80; not taken up, cancelled 25Mar11
Registration N37811 assigned 19Jul80; not taken up, cancelled 8Apr11
Destroyed 15Jun80 when the aircraft lost an engine on takeoff. It tried to turn back, stalled, 
crashed and burned. Bad magneto on the left engine. Both engines poor condition. “Surplus 
military aircraft, used as a static training aide for years. No standard A/W certificate; 
Special Flight Permit.”
5876 (MSN 38031) to MASDC Mar 22, 1968.  To N5276G
5877 (MSN 38032) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 20, 1971.  To N115ZL
5878 (MSN 38033) to MASDC Sep 18, 1968, returned to service.
5879 (MSN 38034) to MASDC as HM168 Apr 10, 1973.  To N5973
5881 (MSN 38036) w/o Oct 3, 1979
5882 (MSN 38037) to MASDC Aug 22, 1968, returned to service.  To N11220
5883 (MSN 38038) to MASDC as HM0012 Apr 24, 1968
5884 (MSN 38039) to MASDC Aug 27, 1968, returned to service.  To N55238
5885 (MSN 38040) to N88928
5886 (MSN 38041) to MASDC Apr 13, 1971.  To N384M
5887 (MSN 38042) to MASDC Sep 26, 1968, returned to service.
5888 (MSN 38043) to MASDC as HM002 Dec 20, 1967.  To MAP Sep 10, 1970.
5889 (MSN 38044) WFU, to civil registry as N4525
5890 (MSN 38045) to MASDC Mar 4, 1971, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as HM171 Jan 4, 1974. Returned
to service again.  To N12NP
5891 (MSN 38046) to MASDC Aug 27, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 13, 1971.  To US Navy, FPO San Francisco 
as 575891.  To N46959. 
5892 (MSN 38047) to MASDC Sep 10, 1968, returned to service.  To civil registry N3979A
5893 (MSN 38048) to MASDC Apr 8, 1971.  To N154Z
5894 (MSN 38049) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 12, 1971.  To N4406.  Noted Oct 2005 at 
Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
5896 (MSN 38051) to MASDC as HM095 Sep 13, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N1384K
5898 (MSN 38053) to MASDC Apr 1, 1971, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 1, 1971.  To N15SF
5899 (MSN 38054) to MASDC Sep 9, 1968, returned to service.  To N5816X
5900 (MSN 38055) to MASDC Sep 9, 1968, returned to service.  To N12HC
5902 (MSN 38057) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966, returned to service.  To N5455
5903 (MSN 38058) to MASDC Aug 28, 1968, returned to service.  To N10PC
5904 (MSN 38059) to MASDC Aug 28, 1968, returned to service.
5905 (MSN 38060) to MASDC Sep 10, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Mar 31, 1971, returned to service again.
To N5272G
5906 (MSN 38061) to MASDC Apr 26, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N6287
5907 (MSN 38062) to MASDC Apr 21, 1971
5908 (MSN 38063) to N6340
5909 (MSN 38064) to MASDC as HM001 Dec 11, 1967.  Returned to service, back to MASDC Dec 18 1967.  To N11NP
5910 (MSN 38065) to MASDC Aug 28, 1968, returned to service.  To N8063X
5911 (MSN 38066) to MASDC Sep 11, 1968, returned to service.  To N64503
5914 (MSN 38069) to MASDC Sep 10, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 8, 1971
5915 (MSN 38070) suffered landing gear collapse in 1962 in Stewart
AFB, NY.  Plane was scrapped.
5916 (MSN 38071) To US Army at Fort Hood, TX as N99639.  WFU Apr 14, 1971.  Preserved at Fort Hood.
5918 (MSN 38073) to civil registry as N5075F, with N3075G reserved.
5919 (MSN 38074) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 14, 1971.  To N7410N
5920 (MSN 38075) to N310BC
5921 (MSN 38076) Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
5922 (MSN 38077) to MASDC as HM161 Apr 6, 1972.  Preserved at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.
5923 (MSN 38078) to MASDC Aug 21, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as HM170 Apr 12, 1973.  To N5974
5925 (MSN 38080) to N5076S
57-6203 ... 57-6244
Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
MSN 2132/2173.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
Several to FMS including 6220 to Italy and
6210,6214,6219,6223,6236,6238 to Spain.
6207 Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX 
6211 to civil registry as N7084H
6219 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-35
6220 (MSN 2149) to Italian AF as MM80809, then became I-SUCK
6223 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-48
6238 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-47
58-0450 ... 58-0710
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-1419/1679 (from Scramble website, but Warbirds directory gives them as 580-1499/1759,
under the assumption that Kawasaki-built aircraft were allocated Lockheed MSNs.)
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0451 with 66th TRW SOC Oct 27, 1969 for transfer to
Pakistan AF.   Reported winter 2003/4 preserved at 
Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan
0453 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 217, 1969 for transfer to Pakistan AF
0454 to West German AF as AB-826, BD-826, YA-704, 94+84.  To Turkey or Greece?
0455 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP
0456 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1510
0457 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Ecuadorian AF as 632.  Stored at aruqui, Ecuador Aug 2015.
0458 (66th TRW) crashed by Sep 18, 1961
0459 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Ecuadorian AF as 633.  Preserved at Qutio IAP/Mariscal 
Sucre Air Base, Ecuador (May 2009)
0460 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP.  Noted at museum at Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013 painted
in USAF insignia.
0466 on display at Minot AFB, North Dakota
0468 to French AF.  Noted in storage at Toulouse, France May 29, 1995.
To Thai AF as F11-43/31
0470 to civil registry as N63313
0471 to civil registry as N94498
0474 to Thai AF as F11-44/31
0475 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976
0476 to US Navy as QT-33A 155986
0477 to US Navy as QT-33A 155987
0478 to MASDC as Aug 8, 1973
0479 to MASDC Aug 14, 1973.
0480 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Bore civil registry as N63311
0481 at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX.
0483 to MASDC Oct 4, 1973
0485 to MASDC Aug 22, 1973.  To Taiwan
0488 scrapped at Hurlburt Field, FL in early 1970s.
0489 to MASDC Dec 10, 1974
0491 on display at Sacramento AP, CA.  To civil registry as N94484.  Now located at Chico Air Museum,
Chico, CA.
0492 to Yankee Air Museum, Detroit-Willow Run, stored outside.
0493 to US Navy as QT-33A 155988
0494 to AMARC as TC1333 Apr 16, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0495 to MASDC.  On display at Luke AFB, Arizona
0496 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1970 for spares recovery.
0497 to civil registry as N87778.  Seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
0498 to MASDC Aug 15, 1973
0500 to AMARC as TC1353 Jan 11, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0502 to AMARC as TC1345 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0503 on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
0504 at Hartsville MAP, South Carolina Jun 2007
0505 on display at 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, marked as 55-8555.
0506 to AMARC as TC1355 Feb 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0509 on civil registry as N57969, re-registered N333JX Sept 2001.
In 2007 was on static display at main entrance of Jackson
County Airport, MI (also known as Reynolds Field)
0510 in 2010 was on the target range at Grayling, MI.
0511 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976
0513 on display at March Field Museum, California.
0514 to MASDC Sep 26, 1977.
0515 to West German AF as AB-827, DE-382, MA-382, 94+85.  To Hellenic AF as 80515.
0516 to West German AF as AB-828, DE-383, MA-383, 94+86.  To Hellenic AF as 80516.
0517 to West German AF as AB-829, DE-384, MA-384, 94+87.  To Hellenic AF as 80517?
0518 to West German AF as AB-830.  W/o Jul 21, 1959
0519 to West German AF as DD-395, MD-395, 94+88.  To Hellenic AF as 80519.
On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
0520 (MSN 580-1489) to West German AF as DD-396, MD-396, 94+89.  To Hellenic AF as 80520.
As Hellenic Air Force 58520 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015 
0525 to Thai AF as F11-45/31
0526 to MASDC May 11, 1978
0529 to AMARC as TC1335 Jun 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0530 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
0532 on display at Fairchild AFB, Washington
0533 to Mexican AF as 4046 and for display in 2013 in Plaza Edomex, Mexico City.
0534 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975
0535 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975
0536 to AMARC as TC1328 Mar 30, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0538 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2028
0539 to to MASDC Dec 17, 1974.  To civil registry as N37998
0542 as10265 with Texas State Technical Institute, Waco, Texas for maintenance training in 1975.  
On display at school in San Angelo, TX.
0544 to MASDC as TC0927 Dec 16, 1969.  To Taiwan, converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 639
0545 to MASDC as TC0978 Oct 10, 1970.  Seen on display at Veteran's Park, Mountain View, Missouri in 2009.
0546 to civil registry as N93224.  Noted 2003 at Texas Air 
Command Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX.
0547 to Philippine AF
0548 on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraksa
0550 to AMARC as TC1362 Feb 19, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0551 to AMARC as TC1336 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0552 to AMARC as TC1346 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0553 to Philippine AF
0555 to AMARC as TC1331 Apr 15, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Preserved and on display
at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
0556 to West German AF as DD-397, MD-397, 94+90.  Scrapped in 1974
0557 to West German AF as DD-398, MD-389, 94+91.  Scrapped.
0558 to West German AF as DE-395, MA-395, 94+92.  W/o Mar 29, 1968
0559 to West German AF as DE-396, MA-396, 94+93.  W/o Jul 2, 1974
0560 to West German AF as DE-397.   W/o May 7, 1965
0561 to West German AF as DE-398, MA-398, 94+94.  To Greece as 80561
0562 to West German AF as JA-396, DA-396.  W/o Jan 18, 1966
0563 to West German AF as JA-397.  W/o Nov 10, 1961
0564 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975.  To Colombian AF as FAC2029
0565 to AMARC as TC1341 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0566 to MASDC Aug 17, 1976
0567 on display at Keesler AFB Air Park, Mississippi, painted as 58-0756, but by 2010 was morked correctly as 58-0567
0568 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975, converted to AT-33A, to Ecuadorian AF
0571 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975
0572 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975.
0574 to MASDC Jan 21, 1976
0575 (MSN 580-1544) to Mexican AF as JE-043, later reserialled 4043 and preserved at Base Aerea Militar No 7 at 
Pie de la Cuesta.
0576 to AMARC as TC1368 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0577 to AMARC as TC1340 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0578 to AMARC as TC1357 Feb 12, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0579 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975.  Seen in 2010 mounted without tip tanks in American Post19, Legion Park, Sigourney, IA.  
Has been there since 1976.
0580 to Yugoslavian AF, then to Greek AF
0582 to AMARC as TC1372 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0586 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2030
0587 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
0589 to MASDC as TC0866 Aug 5, 1969.
0591 to AMARC as TC1337 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0592 to MASDC Jun 21, 1977.  Put on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT, painted as 29734.
0593 to West German AF as JA-395.  W/o Jul 16, 1959
0594 to West German AF as JA-389, JB-398, MC-394, 94+95.  To Hellenic AF as 80594
0595 (MSN 580-1564) to West German AF as JB-395, MC-395, 94+96.  Scrapped in 1972.  Noted with Turkish
AF at Eskisehir AB in Jul 1987 as 58595
0596 to West German AF as JB-396, MC-396, 94+97.  To Hellenic AF as 80596
0597 (MSN 580-1566) to West German AF as JB-397, MC-397, 94+98.  To Hellenic AF as 80597.
As Hellenic Air Force 58597 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
0598 to West German AF as JB-398.  W/o Jul 14, 1964
0599 (MSN 580-1568) to West German AF as EA-395, MB-395, 94+99.  To Hellenic AF as 80599.
As Hellenic Air Force 58599 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
0600 to West German AF as EA-396, BD-838, JE-380, JD-380, BD-736, 95+00.  Scrapped in 1981
0601 to West German AF as EA-397, MB-397, 95+01.  W/o Mar 16, 1973
0602 to West German AF as EA-398, AB-839, JE-381, JD-381, EC-382, MD-382, 95+02.  To Greece as 80602.
0603 to West German AF as BB-831, BD-736.  W/o May 5, 1967.  To school aircraft at Buchel AFB
0604 to West German AF as BB-832, BD-755, 95+03.  W/o Jul 30, 1969
0605 to West German AF as BB-803.  W/o in 1966, school aircraft at Buchel AFB
0606 to West German AF as BB-834.  W/o Jan 26, 1962, school aircraft at Wunstorf AFB
0607 crashed Petersen AFB, CO Oct 25, 1969.
0608 to MASDC as TC898 Nov 17, 1969.
0609 to AMARC as TC1342 Nov 24, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0610 to AMARC as TC1334 Apr 17, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0612 to MASDC 
0614 to MASDC Feb 5, 1988
0615 named "Half Fast" with 114th TFTS Oregon ANG in Oct 1987.  On display at 
Barksdale Global Power Museum (formerly known as 8th AF Museum), Barksdale AFB, LA.
0616 to AMARC as TC1354 Feb 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0619 was at Tyndall AFB, but no longer there in 2005.  Now on display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota
0621 Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  Noted 2005 in Historical Aviation Memorial 
Museum, Tyler, Texas
0624 to MASDC Jul 7, 1976
0628 to AMARC as TC1352 Jan 11, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0629 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California.	
0632 with Air Classic Museum of Aviation, Aurora Municipal Apt, Sugar Grove, IL.
0633 was at Tinker AFB Air Park, OK.  In 2009 was displayed inside Science Museum of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
0634 to Thai AF as F11-46/31
0637 to West German AF as JA-395, JB-383, MC-391, 95+04.  Scrapped in 1981
0638 to West German AF as AB-830, BD-830, 95+05.  Scrapped in 1980
0639 to West German AF as EB-395, MC-392, 95+06.  To Greece as 80639
0640 to West German AF as EB-396, MC-393, 95+07.  To Turkey in 1975
0641 to West German AF as BB-835, BD-754, 95+08.  To Greece as 58641, TR-641
0642 to West German AF as BB-836, BD-750, 95+09.  To Greece as 80642
0643 to West German AF as BB-837.  School aircraft at Buchel AFB.
0644 to West German AF as EB-397.  W/o Jun 25, 1960
0645 to West German AF as EB-398, BD-788, 95+10.  To Greece as 80645
0646 to West German AF as EA-396, MB-396, 95+11.  To Greece as 80646
0647 to West German AF as EA-398, BD-839, 95+12.  W/o Jul 30, 1969.  There is
a reference which says that this aircraft was transferred
to Greek AF in 1975l
0648 to West German AF as BD-840, 95+13.  Scrapped in 1980
0649 to West German AF as BD-841, 95+14.  Scrapped in 1980
0650 to West German AF as BD-842, 95+15.  To decoy at Leipheim
0651 to civil registry as N88769
0652 to MASDC Aug 1, 1975
0653 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1968 for spares recovery
0657 to MASDC Jul 7, 1976
0659 (MSN 580-1708) to MASDC Aug 1, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2031
0662 to MASDC Aug 18, 1973.
0664 to Yugoslavian AF, then to Greek AF
0665 to Yugoslavian AF as 10054 until 1986 and registered since 1982 as N556RH.  To Vintage Aviation,
Leesville, South Carolina in Jun 1998 and restored in USAF Thunderbirds color scheme.  
0669 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, painted as 53-5099.
0671 to NASA as 937, then N936NA.  Now is on display at Phoenix Airport, AZ, painted as 53-5397.
0674 to MASDC Aug 18, 1973
0678 to MASDC Jan 24, 1976, to Colombian AF as FAC2032
0679 to West German AF as BD-843.  W/o Jun 25, 1960
0681 to West German AF as 95+17 and preserved in Aug 2009 At Hermeskeil Museum Flugausstellung
Junior as Canadian AF 133393
0695 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
0696 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
0697 to civil registry as N49239
0698 to MASDC Aug 17, 1976
0680 to West German AF as BD-844, 95+16.  To Hellenic AF as 80680
0681 to West German AF as BD-845, 95+17.  To Museum Hermeskeil as CAF 13393
0682 to West German AF as BD-846, 95+18. To decoy at Leipheim
0683 to West German AF as AB-769, DE-381, MA-381, 95+19.  To Hellenic AF as 80683.
0684 to West German AF as JC-395, MB-391, 95+20.  W/o Apr 10, 1969. Noted Apr 2011 on display at 
Museum fur Luftfahrt und Technik, Wernigerode, Germany as 140153/NF-203
0685 to West German AF as JC-396, MB-392, 95+21.  At DFVLR in 1975
0686 to West German AF as JC-397, MB-393, 95+22.  To Greece as 80686
0687 to West German AF as JC-398, JE-394, 95+23.  To Greece as 80687
0688 to West German AF as JD-395, JE-395.  W/o Mar 1967.  To school aircraft at Buchel
0689 to West German AF as JD-396, JE-396, JR-396.  W/o Nov 19, 1964
0690 to West German AF as JD-397, JR-397, DC-395, MD-394, 95+24.  
To decoy at Leipheim.  In 2011 was mounted on a stick outside Auto and 
Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
0691 to West German AF as JD-398, JR-398, DC-399, MD-399, 95+25.  To Hellenic AF as 80691.
As Hellenic Air Force 58691 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
0692 to West German AF as JE-395, JD-395, DB-395.  W/o Apr 16, 1966
0697 to civil registry as N49239.
0700 to civil registry as N88812
0701 to MASDC Jun 6, 1975
0702 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
0704 to MASDC May 10, 1976
0706 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2033
0708 to West German AF as JE-396, JD-396, EA-397, BD-735, MA-399, 95+26.  Scrapped in 1974
0709 to West German AF as JE-397, JD-397.  To museum at Sinsheim
0710 to West German AF as JE-398, JD-398.  W/o Mar 25, 1963.
58-0711 ... 58-0758
Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0711 (MSN 282-3506) converted to C-130B-II.   to Botswana AF as OM-1
0712 (MSN 282-3507) converted to C-130C then to NC-130B.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, 
NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 30, 1961 to Dec 20, 1961.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Feb 27, 1963 to May 23, 1963
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Nov 16, 1963 to Nov 5, 1967
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. Used boundary-layer control over 
the flaps, drooped ailerons, elevator, and rudder to augment lift. 
Two engine pods were attached to the wing of the aircraft for the sole purpose of providing 
bleed air for the entire boundary-layer control system.  To MASDC
as CF0001 Jan 1, 1968.   Registered as N929NA to NASA Moffett Field, CA Sep 10, 1969.
Stored back at AMARC Nov 4, 2000.
Registered as N707NA to NASA Moffett Field, CA; sale reported Jul 31, 2001, cancelled Feb 20, 2013.
0713 (MSN 282-3508) converted to JC-130B. To MASDC as CF053, back to service.  
To AMARC as CF096 Jul 16, 1991.
0714 (MSN 282-3509) converted to JC-130B and then to VC-130B.  To AMARC as CF098 Oct 3, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated wing center
box to C-130 70-1262
0715 (MSN 282-3510) converted to JC-130B. To AMARC as CF124 Mar 31, 1993.  
Left AMARC Jul 2001 for transfer to Tunisian AF as Z21120
0716 (MSN 282-3511) converted to JC-130B, later to NC-130B. To AMARC as CF162 Sep 26, 1994.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0717 (MSN 282-3512) to JC-130B, then to NC-130B.  To MASDC as CF054.  Delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1006.
Withdrawn from use by Colombian AF July 2003
0718 (MSN 282-3513) destroyed in explosion over Chu Lai, SVN Oct 6, 1969.
0719 (MSN 282-3514) converted to JC-130B.  Collided with 58-0730 at Forbes AFB during engine run-up test 
Jan 11, 1965.  One of the planes was being prepared for departure and after the
engines were started, the plane jumped its chocks and
crashed into the other.  Both aircraft burned and were written off.  
0720 (MSN 282-3515) suffered damage in a tornado, repaired.  To AMARC as CF133 Aug 12, 1993.
To Argentina AF as TC-56 Feb 1994.
0721 (MSN 282-3516) Jan 2, 1975 at New Orleans NAS in crash after
engine failure.
0722 (MSN 282-3517) cargo exploded on ground at Bao Loc, South Vietnam Apr 16, 1967.
0723 (MSN 282-3518) converted to C-130B-II.  Sold to Greek AF as 723.
0724 (MSN 282-3519) sold to Singapore AF.  Converted to KC-130B in 1988
0725 (MSN 282-3520) converted to WC-130B and then back to C-130B.  To Philippine AF as 725
0726 (MSN 282-3521) converted to WC-130B and then back to C-130B.  To Colombian AF 
Oct 1991 as FAC 1010.
0727 (MSN 282-3522) converted to GC-130B.  to Colombia in Dec 1992.  Returned to 
Sheppard AFB where it is now used as ground instructional trainer.  Noted Mar 10, 2004
stored with Fire Department at Sheppard AFB, TX
0728 (MSN 282-3523) to Tunisian AF as Z21116
0729 (MSN 282-3524) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF095 Mar 19, 1991.
Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  cockpit noted at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona in 2014.
Previously at Williams Gateway, Arizona.
0730 (MSN 282-3525) collided with 58-0719 during engine run-up test at Forbes AFB Jan 11, 1965.
One of the planes was being prepared for departure, and after
the engines were started, the plane jumped its chocks and
crashed into the other.  Both aircraft burned and were written off.
0731 (MSN 282-3526) converted to WC-130B then to NOAA as N6541C Mar 1972,
later reserialed N8037.  Back To USAF in 1981, converted back to 
C-130B.  To AMARC as CF106 Apr 28, 1992.  To South African AF as 408 Oct 1996.
0732 (MSN 282-3527) crashed near Evansville, IN during simulated engine failure Feb 6, 1992.  5 onboard killed,
plus 11 on ground killed.
0733 (MSN 282-3528) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Ecuador AF as FAE 896.
0734 (MSN 282-3530) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Was damaged in
nose and fuselage and was repaired in 1962 using parts from 58-0745.
To AMARC as CF0141 Nov 23, 1993.  To South Africa as 409
0735 (MSN 282-3531).  Damaged beyond repair Sept 1989 during landing while being delivered to 
Colombia as FAC 1007.  W/o Jul 3, 1991, so must have been repaired
0736 (MSN 282-2532) to Turkey Mar 1991 as 80736
0737 (MSN 282-3534) crashed in South Vietnam Jun 9, 1967 due to 
structural failure.  All 10 aboard killed.
0738 (MSN 282-3535) to Philippine AF as 738
0739 (MSN 282-3536) to Pakistan AF
0740 (MSN 282-3537) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B, and then to GC-130B.  Destroyed on ground by
Hurricane Andrew at Homestead AFB Aug 24, 1992.
0741 (MSN 282-3538) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To MASDC as CF110.  Later
sold to Argentina AF as TC-58.
0742 (MSN 282-3539) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF153 Jun 16, 1994.  
Later to Botswana AF as OM-3.
0743 (MSN 282-3540) destroyed in rocket attack on ground at Tan Son Nhut, SVN Feb 18, 1963.
0744 (MSN 282-3541) to AMARC as CF126 May 12, 1993.  Uruguay AF as FAU 593
0745 (MSN 282-3543) Aviation Safety Network
has this plane as being destroyed by fire on ground at Evreux, France
in Oct 1961.  Another report has this plane being damaged in a landing accident, and
the wings and center section were towed 600 miles to Spangdahlem
AB in Germany Dec 1962 and were used to repair the nose and fuselage
of 58-0734
0746 (MSN 282-3544) to AMARC as CF131 Jul 16, 1993.  To Botswana AF as OM-2
0747 (MSN 282-3545) converted to WC-130B.  To AMARC as CF0107 Apr 29, 1992.  
To Philippine AF as 3545
0748 (MSN 282-3546) sold to Indonesian AF as T-1301. To Pelita as PK-VHD in 1978.  To Indonesian
af as A-1301 in 1982.  W/o in hard landing at Bandung.
0749 (MSN 282-3547) sold to Philippine AF as 749
0750 (MSN 282-3549) converted to JC-130B.  To AMARC as CF123 Mar 11, 1993.  To Bolivian AF
0751 (MSN 282-3550) to AMARC as CF0158 then to Tunisian AF as Z21113/TS-MTC
0752 (MSN 282-3551) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Chilean AF as 997.  Noted Jan 2011 at
National Air and Space Museum, Santiago awaiting restoration.
0753 (MSN 282-3552) to AMARC as CF112 Aug 19, 1992.  To Philippine AF as 3552
0754 (MSN 282-3553) to AMARC as CF157 Sep 12, 1994.  Pulled for sale
to Bangladesh Nov 3, 1999.  Delivered to Bangladesh AF Oct 2002, where it carries the 
Bangladesh AF serial of 80754 (it also carries S3-AGA)
0755 (MSN 282-3556) to MASDC as CF0092.  To Singapore AF as KC-130B 721 in 1988
0756 (MSN 282-3557) converted to JC-130B, then to C-130B.  To Singapore AF as
721 in 1977.  To KC-130B for Singapore AF.
0757 (MSN 282-3558) sold to Colombia.  Returned to USAF before 1992. 
To AMARC as CF121 Feb 3, 1993.  Removed from AMARC for delivery to Tunisian AF
as Z21120/TS-MTJ.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008, so
maybe it did not go to Tunisian AF
0758 (MSN 282-3559) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC  as CF113 
Sep 8, 1992.   To Bolivian AF as TAM 60. Crashed Jan 14, 2000 on takeoff from Chimorre, Bolivia.
58-5514 ... 58-5516
Boeing-Vertol YHC-1A
MSN 413-1/413-3.  Redesignated YCH-46C in 1962
5514 ff Aug 27, 1959.  Assigned to US Army Transportation Research Command, Fort Eustis, VA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 9, 1962 to Mar 24, 1975.
Registered as NASA 533.  Redesignated CH-46C.
5515 to Vertol as N55927.  Sold to Vertol as N55927, sold to
McAllister Engineering Enterprises, Kent, WA
5516 sold to McAllister Engineering Enterprises, Kent, WA as N5588K
59-0001 ... 59-0030
Convair F-106A-105-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
0001 (MSN 8-24-130) crashed 12 mi W of Minot AFB, North Dakota Oct 12, 1966
0002 (MSN 8-24-131) to MASDC as FN075 Apr 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD113).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 27, 1992
0003 (MSN 8-14-132) to MASDC as FN070 Jan 24, 1985.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona.
0004 crashed S of McChord AFB, Washington Jun 24, 1980.
0005 (MSN 8-24-134) to MASDC as FN068 Jan 21, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD238).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 8, 1995.
0006 (MSN 8-24-135) to MASDC as FN082 Apr 5, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD110).  Shot down by AIM-120, Sept 9, 1991.
0007 (MSN 8-24-136) to AMARC as FN181 Apr 15, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD215).  Shot down by cannon fire, Sept 5, 1997.
0008 (MSN 8-24-137) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 12Dec86
To AMARC as FN123 Mar 18, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD167).  Shot down by AIM-120, Nov 5, 1996.
0009 crashed 13 NM SSE of Apalachicola, Florida Feb 13, 1979
0010 (MSN 8-24-139) to MASDC as FN069 Jan 22, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD246).  Bailed from target drone inventory and
sent to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center as backup test vehicle for reusable tow-launch 
vehicle in 1996.  Back at AMARC in May 12, 1998 as NE0001.  Arrived by truck May 4, 2005
at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California.
0011 (MSN 8-24-140) to AMARC as FN111 Jan 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD159).  Command destroyed after landing
gear malfunction Sept 19, 1996.
0012 (MSN 8-24-141) to MASDC Apr 3, 1985 (FN0077).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range Nov 3, 2003
0013 crashed near Minot AFB, North Dakota Oct 3, 1963
0014 crashed into Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota Mar 10, 1969 while on 
training mission out of Minot AFB.  Pilot ejected safely.  Wreckage found
in 35 feet of water September 2004.
0015 (MSN 8-24-144) to MASDC as FN076 Apr 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD115).  Crashed on takeoff Mar 5, 1992.
0016 (MSN 8-24-145) to MASDC as FN066 Jan 15, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD244).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 21, 1997.
0017 crashed near Flasher, North Dakota Dec 19, 1963.  Lost power, electrics, and hydraulics.  Pilot unable to eject.
0018 crashed 4 NM S of Alamo, North Dakota after mid-air collision with 59-030 Sept 16, 1974.
0019 crashed near Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona Dec 2, 1976
0020 (MSN 8-24-149) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 15Oct83 to 3Mar87
To AMARC as FN119 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD172).  Shot down by AIM-120 Aug 15, 1995.
0021 crashed near Holland Patent, New York May 15, 1973 after lightning strike.
0022 crashed 8 mi SE of Raymond, Washington Oct 3, 1967.
0023 (MSN 8-24-152) accepted by USAF Jan 29, 1960, assigned to Air Material Command Feb 3, 1960 delivered 
to USAF.  Assigned as combat aircraft Feb 4, 1960 , 319 Fight Interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill AFB MA (ADC)
Assigned Mar 6, 1960 for depot work to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB CA
Assigned Mar 10, 1960 as combat aircraft , 319 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill AFB MA (ADC)
Assigned Feb 29, 1964 as combat aircraft, 32 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB CA (ADC)
Assigned Dec 7, 1964 as combat aircraft, 329 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB (ADC)
Assigned May 31, 1967 as combat aircraft, 27 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB ME (ADC)
Temporarily assigned Mar 6, 1968 as combat aircraft, Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB FL (ADC)
Assigned May 22, 1968 as combat aircraft, 27 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB ME (ADC)
Assigned Jul 17, 1971 as combat aircraft, 83 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB ME (ADC)
Assigned Apr 17, 1972 as combat aircraft, 95 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Dover AFB DE (ADC)
Assigned Dec 6, 1972 for depot work, 4661 Material Squadron, Hamilton AFB CA (ADC)
Assigned Mar 15, 1973 as combat aircraft, 119th FIS/ 177 Fighter Interceptor Wing, Atlantic City 
ANGB NH (Air National Guard)
Assigned May 22, 1978 as inactive (XS), Military Aircraft Storage Center, Davis-Monthan AFB AZ, Logistics Command
To AMARC as FN185 Jul 11, 1988.  Oct 20, 1992 	To AEL Inc., East Alton IL for drone conversion to QF-106 (AD218).  
To Holloman AFB NM Jan 13, 1993 then Tyndall AFB FL as QF-106A drone s/n AD218
Sent to Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB, Delaware Feb 20, 1998 for display.
0024 (MSN 8-24-153) to AMARC as FN155 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD182).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 10, 1993.
0025 (MSN 8-24-154) to MASDC as FN072 Apr 1, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD233).  Crashed on landing Feb 8, 1994.
0026 (MSN 8-24-155) to MASDC as FN039 Mar 15, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD139).  Shot down by AIM-7M Sept 7, 1993.
0027 (MSN 8-24-156) to AMARC as FN180 Apr 14, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD183).  Crashed on takeoff Dec 7, 1994.
0028 crashed 15 KM NNE of Childwood, New York Mar 19, 1974.
0029 crashed near Bunker Hill AFB, Indiana Jul 29, 1961
0030 destroyed in in drash 4 NM S of Alamo, North Dakota after mid-air collision with 59-018 Sept 16, 1974.
59-0112 ... 59-0135
Convair F-106A-130-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
0112 crashed off Wrightville Beach, North Carolina Oct 9, 1973
0113 crashed at Langley AFB, Virginia Jan 28, 1964.  Cockpit section noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of 
Flight, Birmingham, AL
0114 crashed in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Apr 4, 1963
0115 (MSN 8-31-04) to MASDC Mar 5, 1982 (FN004).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range, Gila Bend, Arizona Nov 7, 2003
0116 (MSN 8-31-05) to MASDC as FN001 Jan 12, 1982.  To Eglin AFB, FL May 1985 and tested to destruction.
0117 crashed 5 km S of  McChord AFB, Washington Sept 3, 1963
0118 crashed 6 NM NW of Port St John, Florida Jun 11, 1968
0119 (MSN 8-31-08) to MASDC as FN006 Apr 28, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD106).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 13,
1991.
0120 (MSN 8-31-09, 329th FIS) crashed at George AFB, California Feb 14, 1961.  Pilot killed.
0121 crashed Apr 24, 1969
0122 (MSN 8-31-11) to MASDC as FN002 Jan 25, 1982.  To Holloman AFB, NM in Mar 1986 and tested to destruction.
0123 assigned to 48th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 1983 to 1991 for parts.  
Put on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia May 12, 2005
0124 crashed Mar 9, 1964
0125 (84th FIS) collided in midair with F-4 65-0653 near Nellis AFB and crashed Nov 7, 1971.  All 3 crew members ejected safely.
0126 (MSN 8-31-15) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 3Mar87.
To AMARC as FN121 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD158).  Broke up in flight Nov 13, 1996.
0127 (MSN 8-31-16) to AMARC as FN103 Nov 19, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD131).  Shot down by AIM-9M Jun 25, 1992.
0128 (MSN 8-31-17) to MASDC as FN036 Feb 10, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD144).  Crashed Apr 30, 1996.
0129 (MSN 8-31-18) assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 12Aug74 to 3Mar87.
To AMARC as FN118 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD162).  W/o due to ruptured T-tank
Aug 30, 1994.  Dumped into the Gulf of Mexico off Panama City in 100 feet of water to form a fishing reef
0130 (MSN 8-31-19) to MASDC as FN078 Apr 3, 1985.  Converted to QF-106 (AD152).  
Bailed from target drone inventory and converted by NASA Dryden Flight 
Research Center as test vehicle for reusable tow-launch vehicle
in 1996.  Towed into air by NC-141 and released.
To AMARC May 12, 1998 (AXNE0002).  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0131 crashed 50 NM W of Ukiah, California Oct 18, 1971
0132 (MSN 8-31-21) to MASDC as FN031 Jan 17, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD135).  Shot down by Patriot missile Oct 21, 1992.
0133 (MSN 8-31-22) to MASDC as FN064 Nov 5, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD252).  Crashed on takeoff Mar 8, 1994.
0134 rendered unflyable after a ground fire and shipped to Lowry AFB, CO in May 1969 for use as
munitions trainer.  Placed on on display at Lowry AFB, CO.  Moved to Peterson Air 
and Space Museum, Colorado in Nov 1995.
0135 (MSN 8-31-24) to AMARC as FN149 Jun 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD170).  Command destroyed after loss of
control Aug 12, 1993
59-1443 ... 59-1523
Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
MSN 17931/18011.  Boeing 717-148.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1460,1462,1464,1467,1468,1470,1471,1474,
1480,1490,1504,1510,1512,1513,1520,1523
converted to KC-135Q.  Most of the Q-models were 
redesignated KC-135T after SR-71 went out of service.
1445,1447,1448,1450/1452,1456,1457,1473,
1477,1479,1484,1485,1487,1489,1493,1496,
1497,1499,1503,1505,1506,1509,1514,1516,
1519 converted to KC-135E.
1444,1446,1453,1455,1458,1459,1461,1463,1465
1466,1469,1472,1475,1476,1478,1482,1483,
1488,1492,1495,1498,1502,1505,1507,1511,1514,1515,
1516,1517,1521 converted to KC-135R.
1443 (MSN 17931) crashed Aug 27, 1985, Beale AFB, CA.  Crashed during landing
with 3 engines.  All 7 aboard killed.
1445 (MSN 17933) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0241 Jul 14, 2009
1446 (MSN 17934) named "Tasmanian Devil" with 28th BW Jun 1991.
1447 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0155 Apr 5, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1448 (MSN 17936) named "Fritzie's Fraulein" with 133rd ARS, New Hampshire ANG in Jun 1989.
1449 (MSN 17937) to AMARC as CA0082 Aug 27, 1993
1450 (MSN 17938) named "Spirit of New Hampshire" with 133rd ARS, New Hampshire ANG in Sep 1989.
1451 (MSN 17939) converted to KC-135E.  Named "The Silver Bullet" Jun 2000.  To AMARC as CA0219 Aug 27, 2008
1452 (MSN 17940) Named "Eagle Dancer" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in Jun 1994. With WANG, Fairchild AFB 
crashed short of runway Jan 13, 1999, Geilenkirchen AB, Germany.  4 killed.
1454 (MSN 17942) to AMARC as CA083 Sep 1, 1993.  To Singapore AF as 752 Jun 19, 1998
1456 (MSN 17944) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Spirit of Camden County"
with 141 ARS, New Jersey ANG in 1996.  To AMARC as CA0184 Feb 26, 2008.  
1457 (MSN 17945) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0223 Jun 17, 2008
1460 (MSN 17948) as KC-135Q named "The Boss" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Current as KC-135T with 171st ARW,
Pennsylvania ANG.
1462 (MSN 17950/T0365) to 92nd ARW, then to 91st ARS.
1463 (MSN 17951) named "Lilac Princess" and "City of Spokane" with 92nd BW in May 1991
1465 (MSN 17953) Project ‘Speed Light’, used for reconnaissance 1961 
Project ‘Rivet Stand’, designated KC-135R (I) 1967, 
Project ‘Briar Patch’ - CIA-sponsored sub-version of Rivet Stand, KC-135A / KC-135R (I), modified 
for ELINT missions, 1967/1969 ?
Project ‘Garlic Salt’, sub-version of KC-135R (I) ‘Rivet Stand’ 
Crashed Jul 17, 1967, Offutt AFB, NE.  Pilot overrotated during
takeoff, stalled and crashed.  1 of crew of 5 killed.
1466 (MSN 17954) named "Overland Express" with 319th BW in May 1989.
1468 (MSN 17956) converted to KC-135R.  In 2009 was with 171st ARW,
Pennsylvania ANG, named "Freedom Rider"
1473 (MSN 17961) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0187 Mar 6, 2008
1475 (MSN 17963/T0378) named "Miss Grand Forks" with 319th BW in Oct 1991.
1477 (MSN 17965) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0217 Jun 25, 2008
1479 (MSN 17967) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0157 Apr 24, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1480 (MSN 17968) as KC-135Q named "Eme'Catl" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Current as KC-135T with 92nd ARW.
1481 (MSN 17969) delivered to USAF May 20, 1960, leased to FAA the same day as N98.  Used as test platform
to prove airways across Pacific.  Grounded at Hickam AFB, Jun 1972 until early 1973.  Returned
to USAF Jan 4, 1973.  Leased to NASA Aug 1973 as N930NA as "Weightles Wonder IV" AKA the "Vomit Comet" 
as zero gravity simulator aircraft and preserved as such at Ellington AFB, Florida.  Now at NASA
Johnson Space Flight Center
1481 and 1518 lent to FAA as N96 and N98
1484 converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW PA ANG 'POW-MIA'.  To AMARC as CA0242 Jul 21, 2009
1485 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0227 Apr 20, 2009
1486 (MSN 17974) named "Easy Rider" with 5th Wing in Sep 1991.
1487 (MSN 17975) restored to 126th ARW SAC markings and placed on display at Scott AFB, Illinois on August 28, 2010
1489 (MSN 17977) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0186 Mar 2008
1491 (MSN 17979) Designated JKC-135A, project ‘Nancy Rae’ 1961-1962
Designated RC-135S, project ‘Wanda Belle’ [named after Wanda Leigh O'Rear, daughter of Big Safari program 
director F. E. O'Rear], Jan 1964-Jan 1967.  to ‘Rivet Ball’ Jan 1967.  Not converted to
RC-135D as some sources suggest.  Slid off runway at Shemya, AK and went over cliff Jan 13, 1969.
No fatalities
1493 (MSN 17981) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0186 Mar 6, 2008
1494 (MSN 17982, New Hampshire ANG) exploded soon after landing and burned out at 
Pease AFB, NH Jan 11, 1990.
1495 (MSN 17983) converted to KC-135R.  Named "City of Lincoln" with Nebraska ANG in Apr 2001.
1496 (MSN 17984) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0161 May 23, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1497 (MSN 17985) was 400th KC-135A built and named "County of Marquette" with 46th Air Refuelling
Squadron in 1960.  As KC-135E on display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey in 2009.
1501 (MSN 17989/T0404)
1502 (MSN 17990) named "Lone Star" with 96th BW Jun 1991  Converted to KC-135R and current with 92nd ARW.
1503 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0185 Mar 2008
1505 (MSN 17993) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Pete's Dragon Waggon" with 133rd ARS of New Hampshire
ANG in Jun 1991.  Later converted to KC-135R
1506 (MSN 17994) named "Pittsburgh' Finest" Jul 2000.
1508 converted to KC-135R.
1513 (MSN 18001) as KC-135Q with 9th BW in Jun 1992 was named "Bad Company".  Current as KC-135T 
with 351st ARS.
1514 (MSN 18002) Project ‘Rivet Stand’, designated KC-135R (I) 1967, 
Project ‘Garlic Salt’, sub-version of KC-135R (I) ‘Rivet Stand’ 
Project ‘Rivet Quick’, designated KC-135R Jun69-1973 
Eventually converted to hybrid KC-135E in Jan 1982.  Served as support ship for the
55th SRW.  
1516 (MSN 18004) with 379th BW in Aug 1978.  Converted to KC-135E and with 117th ARS Kansas ANG in Sep 1988.
Converted to KC-135R and current with 196th ARS.
1517 (MSN 18005) flying with Tennessee ANG.
1518 (MSN 18006) delivered to USAF Oct 19, 1960, leased to FAA as a flight check aircraft the 
same day and registered as N96 Apr 1, 1968.  Registration cancelled Feb 23, 1976.
Returned to USAF in 1973.  Converted to EC-135K under Project Head Dancer as command post.  
Assigned to 8th Tactical Deployment Control Squadron.  To AMARC as CA0131 Mar 10, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1523 (MSN 18011) damaged in midair collision with B-52D 55-098, but landed safely Dec 15, 1960. Converted to KC-135Q.
As KC-135T active with 171st ARW Pennsylvania ANG and named "Falcon's Spirit" in Nov 2011.
59-1602 ... 59-1606
Northrop T-38A-20-NO Talon
MSN N.5115/5119
1602 (MSN N.5115) noted Oct 2005 in USAF Academy collection, Colorado Spring, Colorado
1603 delivered 1962 to USAF at Randolph AFB, TX.
Assigned 1964 to Dobbins AFB, GA to serve as a chase plane for newly designed aircraft.
Assigned 1966 to Los Angeles International Airport to help train astronauts for Manned 
Orbiting Laboratory missions.
Assigned 1969 to Edwards AFB, CA to serve as a chase plane and to help maintain pilot proficiency.
Transferred 1972 to China Lake Naval Weapons Center with the intention of making it into a drone, 
or unmanned target aircraft, capable of being operated by radio control.  Redesignated DT-38A.
Transferred 1974 to Navy's Top Gun air combat training program at Miramar Naval Air Station, San Diego. 
In this role, T-38 mimicked Soviet fighter aircraft to help train Navy aviators in air-to-air 
combat techniques.
Returned 1976 to China Lake Naval Weapons Center where its rear cockpit received drone equipment. 
Over the next ten years, served as an air-to-air radar target, a chase plane, and pilot 
proficiency plane, participating in both manned and unmanned missions.
Transferred 1987 to Fallon Naval Air Station, NV, to serve as a pilot proficiency aircraft.
Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 963
Registered to NASA Oct 19, 1990; registered as N963NA to NASA, Houston; current	.
Last flight Nov 2007 from Houston's Ellington Field to Los Angeles International Airport with 
refueling stops in El Paso, Texas, and Phoenix, AZ.
Preserved and on display at Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems headquarters in El Segundo, CA.
1604 transferred to US Navy as DT-38A, serial number 591604.   Went to USN TPS with 'BuNo' 591604. 
Noted stored at NMNA Pensacola November 2002
1605 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
59-2337 ... 59-2427
Douglas SM-75 Thor missiles
Designation changed to PGM-17 in 1962.
Redesignated SLV-2D in 1962.  2425/2427 at least built as SLV-2F
2337 (vehicle number 216) launched Aug 27, 1959.  Success
2338 (vehicle number 217) launched Sep 12, 1959.  Success
2339 (vehicle number 218) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 9 from
Vandenberg AFB Feb 4, 1960.  Launch vehicle failed
2340 (vehicle number 219) used as first stage of Pioneer 5 launched Mar 11, 1960.  Success
2341 (vehicle number 220) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 21, 1959.  Success
2342 (vehicle number 221) launched Oct 10, 1959.  Success
2343 (vehicle number 222) lanunced Sep 22, 1959.  Success
2344 (vehicle number 223) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 10 from
Vandenberg AFB Feb 19, 1960.  Success
2345 (vehicle number 224) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
Jan 18, 1965.  Success.
2346 (vehicle number 225) launched from Johnston Island Apr 24, 1970.  Success
2347 (vehicle number 226) launced in Operation Fishbowl from Johnston Island Nov 1, 1962.  Success
2348 (vehicle number 227) launched from Johnston Island May 28, 1964.  Failure
2349 (vehicle number 228) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 17, 1959.  Success
2350 (vehicle number 229) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 19, 1962.  Failure
2351 (vehicle number 230) launched Oct 28, 1959.  Success
2352 (vehicle number 231) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 13 from
Vandenberg AFB Aug 10, 1960.  Success
2353 (vehicle number 232) used to launch ASSET Sep 18, 1963.  Success
2354 (vehicle number 233) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 22, 1960
2355 (vehicle number 234) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 11 from
Vandenberg AFB Apr 15, 1960.  Success
2356 (vehicle number 235) launched Oct 6, 1959.  Success
2357 (vehicle number 236) launced from Johnston Island Nov 16, 1964.  Success
2358 (vehicle number 237) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 14 from
Vandenberg AFB Aug 18, 1960.  Success
2359 (vehicle number 238) launched Nov 3, 1959.  Success
2360 (vehicle number 239) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 10, 1959.  Success
2361 (vehicle number 240) used to launch ASSET II Mar 24, 1964.  Failure
2362 (vehicle number 241) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 38 from
Vandenberg AFB Feb 27, 1962.  Success
2363 (vehicle number 242) launched from Johnston Island Jan 18, 1966.  Success
2364 (vehicle number 243) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 29, 1961.  Success
2365 (vehicle number 244) launched Nov 19, 1959.  Success
2366 (vehicle numver 245) used as first stage of Thor Delta Pi 1 to launch TIROS-2 (A2)
Nov 23, 1960.  Success
2367 (vehicle number 246) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 15 from
Vandenberg AFB Sep 13, 1960.  Success
2370 (vehicle number 249) used to launch Thor Burner II Feb 16, 1971.  Success
2371 (vehicle number 250) used to launch ASSET III Jul 23, 1964.  Success
2372 (vehicle number 251) used to launch Thor Burner I from Vandenberg AFB.  Failure
2373 (vehicle number 252) launched from Johnston Island Nov 20, 1968.  Success
2374 (vehicle number 253) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 16 from
Vandenberg AFB Oct 16, 1960.  Agena second stage failed
2375 (vehicle number 254) launched Dec 1, 1959.  Partial success
2376 (vehicle number 255) launched Dec 17, 1959.  Success
2377 (vehicle number 256) launched Jan 14, 1960.  Success
2379 (vehicle number 258) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 19 from
Vandenberg AFB Dec 20, 1960.  Success
2380 (vehicle number 259) launched Feb 9, 1960.  Success
2381 (vehicle number 260) used to launch ASSET IV Oct 28, 1964
2382 (vehicle number 206) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 21 from
Vandenberg AFB Feb 18, 1961.  Success
2384 (vehicle number 263) launched Feb 19, 1960.  Success
2385 (vehicle number 264) used to launch Thor Burner II Jun 6, 1979.  Success
2386 (vehicle number 265) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 1, 1959.  Success
2387 (vehicle number 266) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Aug 22, 1967.  Success
2388 (vehicle number 267) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 13, 1960. Success
2389 (vehicle number 268) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Oct 11, 1967.  Success
2390 (vehicle number 269) launched from Vandenberg aFB Jun 18, 1962.  Success
2391 (vehicle number 270) used as first stage of Thor Delta A-11 Iota to launch Echo 1A
Aug 12, 1960.  Success
2392 (vehicle number 271) launched Sep 24, 1970 from Johnston Island
2393 (vehicle number 272) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb Mar 3, 1960.  Success.  AT one time wore RAF markings
and may have been lauched as part of the UK training program.
2394 (vehicle number 273) used for Thor Delta static display at New York Worlds Fair.
Now believed to be at the Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden
2395 (vehicle number 274) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
2396 (vehicle number 275) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Sep 8, 1974.  Success
2397 (vehicle number 276) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 20, 1961.  Success
2398 (vehicle number 277) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB May 22, 1968.  Success
2399 (vehicle number 278) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
2400 (vehicle number 279) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jul 22, 1969.  Success
2401 (vehicle number 280) tested to destruction in NASA vibration test.
2403 (vehicle number 282) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
May 20, 1965.  Success
2405 (vehicle number 284) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
2406 (vehicle number 285) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
2407 (vehicle number 286) used as first stage of Thor Delta Rho 1 to launch TIROS 3 (A3)
Jul 12, 1961.  Success
2408 (vehicle number 287) used to lauch Thor Burner II Feb 11, 1970 from Vandenberg AFB.  Success
2409 (vehicle number 288) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Sep 2, 1970
2410 (vehicle number 289) launched from Johnston Island Jul 2, 1966.  Success
2411 (vehicle number 290) launched from Johnston Island Apr 21, 1964.  Success
2412 (vehicle number 291) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Oct 17, 1973
2413 (vehicle number 292) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
2415 (vehicle number 294) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Sep 11, 1972.  Success
2416 (vehicle number 295) used as first stage of Thor Delta P-14 to launch Explorer 10
Mar 25, 1961.
2417 (vehicle number 296) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 18 from
Vandenberg AFB Dec 7, 1960.  Success
2418 (vehicle number 297) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 17 from
Vandenberg AFB Nov 12, 1960.  Success
2419 (vehicle number 298) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 20 from
Vandenberg AFB Feb 17, 1961.  Success
2420 (vehicle number 299) launched from Johnston Island Feb 14, 1964.  Success
2421 (vehicle number 300) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 22 from
Vandenberg AFB Mar 30, 1961.  Agena second stage failed
2422 (vehicle number 301) used as first stage of Thor Delta 8 to launch OSO-1 Mar 17, 1962.  Success
2423 (vehicle number 302) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 24 from
Vandenberg AFB Jun 8, 1961.  Success
2424 (vehicle number 303) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 25 from
Vandenberg AFB Jun 16, 1961.  Success
2425 (vehicle number 304) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jul 15, 1980.  Failure
2427 (vehicle number 306) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
Mar 17, 1965.  Success
59-2576 ... 59-2587
Boeing B-52G-125-BW Stratofortress
MSN 464339/464350.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2576 (4038th SW, 341st BS) crashed March 30, 1961 near Denton, NC after losing control during
aerial refueling attempt.  Crew was ordered to bail out.  Out of the 8 on board, only 6 had
ejector seats and just two of the five who ejected survived.  A massive explosion occurred when 
the bomber crashed to the ground.  Reason for loss of control unknown.
2577 retired by 12/93.  Now serving as gate guard at entrance to Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
2578 (MSN 464341) named "Iron Fortress" with 82nd TRW at Sheppard AFB Sep 1994.
Converted to GB-52G ground instruction machine at Sheppard AFB, TX.  To be moved to Minot AFB, ND for display.  
Plans for static display at Minot apparently fell through since it was scrapped at Sheppard AFB, TX Aug 22, 2010.
2579 to AMARC as BC395 11/12/91.  Scrapped by 8/28/2000.  The cockpit section is at Southern Utah Air Museum.
2580 (MSN 464343) named "Sheriff's Posse" with 2nd BW Apr 1991.  To AMARC as BC400 7/6/92.  Scrapped
2581 to AMARC as BC419 10/8/92  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
2582  (2nd BW, 596th BS) under code name "Secret Squirrel" was one
of seven B-52Gs that made return flight from Barksdale
AFB, LA to fire 39 AGM-86C cruise missiles on the first
night (Jan 16/17, 1991) of Desert Storm.  
To AMARC as BC380 8/27/91.  Scrapped
2583 to AMARC as BC417 10/1/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
2584 on display at Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington
2585 named "Swashbuckler" with 69th BS, 42nd BW in May 1990.  To AMARC as BC0441 4/15/93
2586 to AMARC 4/22/94 as BC479.  Transferred to NASA.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
2587 to AMARC as BC0336 1/4/90
59-2873 ... 59-2874
North American T-39B-1-NA Sabreliner
MSN 270-1/2.  NASAAR/Doppler trainer version.
2873 converted to NT-39A under Project Little Crow for use as ECM threat simulator.  In storage at USN Museum 
of Armament and Technology, China Lake
2874 (T-39B) to AMARC as TG0103 Mar 6, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
60-0071 ... 60-0200
Cessna T-37B
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0071 (MSN 40553) to AMARC as TE0288 Aug 26, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0072 (MSN 40554) to AMARC as TE0030 Sep 26, 1991
0073 (MSN 40555, 29th FTW) w/o before 1975
0074 (MSN 40556) to AMARC as TE0096 Sep 18, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0075 (MSN 40557) to AMARC as TE0379 May 24, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
0077 (MSN 40559) to AMARC as TE0132 Sep 16, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0078 (MSN 40560) to AMARC as TE0388 Jun 14, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0079 (MSN 40561) to Chile as J-381.  Reserialed as 381 and in Sep 2014 noted stored at Base Aerea El Bosque,
Santiago.
0080 (MSN 40562) to AMARC as TE0270 Apr 22, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0081 (MSN 40563) to AMARC Jul 31, 2009.
0082 (MSN 40564) to Morocco Sep 1996
0083 (MSN 40565) to AMARC as TE0421 Mar 12, 2008
0084 (MSN 40566) Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Aug 1974 to Nov 1982
Used for wake vortices studies.  Registered as NASA 807.  Registered as N807NA; cancelled.
Crashed in a spin during a proficiency flight on Nov 8, 1982
0085 (MSN 40567) to Chile AF as J-388.  Re-serialled as 388 and in Sep 2014 noted stored at Base Aerea
El  Bosque, Santiago.  There is a report that it went later to Peru AF as 40567.  Seen at AMARC in 2015.
0086 to AMARC Nov 24, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, Arizona Jan 14, 2014
0087 (MSN 40569) to AMARC as TE0033 Nov 18, 1991
0088 (MSN 40570) w/o Dec 14, 1962
0090 (MSN 40572) to AMARC as TE0384 May 30, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0091 (MSN 40573) to AMARC as TE0100 Sep 20, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0092 to AMARC AS TE0407 Jun 2, 2008
0093 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0094 (MSN 40576) to AMARC as TE0257 Jan 21, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0095 (MSN 40577) to AMARC as TE0079 Aug 12, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0096 (MSN 40578) to AMARC as TE0417 Feb 28, 2008
0097 (MSN 40579) to AMARC as TE0167 Jun 9, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0098 (MSN 40580) to AMARC as TE0323 Jul 20, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0099 (MSN 40581) collided with 60-0145 5 mi N of Browns, AL Mar 7, 1962.  All
3 pilots parachuted to safety.
0100 (MSN 40582) on display at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Georgia May 2007
0101 (MSN 40583) to AMARC as TE0069 Jul 24, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0102 (MSN 40584) to Chilean AF as J-392.  Now mounted on a pole next to army
barracks at San Flipe, Chile.
0103 (MSN 40585) to AMARC as TE0037 Nov 20, 1991.  To Torrance Aero Museum, 
Fullerton, CA Jul 2001
0104 (MSN 40586) to AMARC as TE0373 Apr 3, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0105 (MSN 40587) to AMARC as TE0357 Feb 28, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0106 (MSN 40588) to Pakistan
0107 (MSN 40589) to AMARC as TE0081 Aug 14, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0108 (MSN 40590) to AMARC as TE0289 Sep 2, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0109 (MSN 40591) to Pakistan
0110 (MSN 40592) to AMARC Apr 20, 2009
0111 (MSN 40593) to AMARC as TE0261 Feb 18, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0112 (MSN 40594) to AMARC as TE0285 Aug 12, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0113 (MSN 40595) to AMARC as TE0300 Feb 21, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0114 (MSN 40596) to AMARC as TE0295 Sep 23, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0115 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0117 (MSN 40599) to AMARC as TE0281 Jul 29, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0118 (MSN 40600) to AMARC as TE0223 Jul 28, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0119 w/o Apr 15, 1992.
0121 (MSN 40604) to AMARC as TE0095 Sep 18, 1995
0123 (MSN 40606) to AMARC as TE0187 Sep 10, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0124 (MSN 40607) to AMARC as TE0190 Sep 19, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0125 (MSN 40608) to AMARC as TE0283 Aug 12, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0126 to Chile
0127 (MSN 40611) to AMARC as TE0286 Aug 19, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0128 (MSN 40613) to AMARC Sep 2008
0129 to AMARC as TE0337 Oct 17, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0130 (MSN 40618) to AMARC as TE0329 Sep 7, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0131 (MSN 40619) to AMARC as TE0110 Mar 20, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0132 (MSN 40620) to Chile AF as J-389
0133 (MSN 40621) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-01/04. W/o Jun 14, 1967
0134 (MSN 40622) to AMARC as TE0191 Sep 24, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0135 (MSN 40623) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-02/04. W/o Sep 24, 1973
0136 (MSN 40624) to AMARC as TE0049 Dec 2, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0137 (MSN 40625) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-03/04
0138 (MSN 40626) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-04/04.  W/o Sep 18, 1974
0139 (MSN 40627) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-05/04.  W/o Nov 18, 1976
0140 (MSN 40628) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-06/04
0141 (MSN 40629) to AMARC as TE0306 Mar 10, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0142 (MSN 40630) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-07/04,  W/o Feb 8, 1973
0143 (MSN 40631) to AMARC as TE0063 Jun 24, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0144 (MSN 40632) to AMARC as TE0123 May 16, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0145 collided with 60-0099 5 mi N of Browns, AL Mar 7, 1962.  All
3 pilots parachuted to safety.
0146 (MSN 40634) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-08/04. W/o before Jun 1975.
0147 to AMARC as TE0380 May 24, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0148/0150 sold to Cambodia. 
0153 (MSN 40642) to AMARC as TE0172 Jul 14, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0154 (MSN 40643) to AMARC as TE0082 Jul 16, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0155/0158 to Chile as J-370/373
0156 (MSN 40647) as J-371 with Museo Aeronautica y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago de Chile in 1998.
0157 (MSN 40649) as J-372 reserialled as 372 and in Dec 2014 noted on display at Club Suboficiales
FACh at Iquinue.
0159 sold to Cambodia. WFU before 1973.
0160 (MSN 40655) to AMARC as TE0071 Jul 27, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0161 w/o Apr 15, 1992.
0162 to AMARC as TE0433 Apr 17, 2008
0163 (MSN 40658) to AMARC as TE0203 Apr 16, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0164/0168 sold to Peru as 474/478
0169/0174 sold to Pakistan
0171 (MSN 40668) to AMARC as TE0288 Aug 26, 2005
0175 (MSN 40672) to AMARC as TE0264 Mar 18, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0176 (MSN 40673) to AMARC as TE0427 Mar 26, 2008
0177 (MSN 40674) to AMARC as TE0103 Sep 21, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0178 (MSN 40675) to AMARC as TE0290 Sep 6, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0179 (MSN 40676) to AMARC as TE0260 Feb 18, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0180 (MSN 40677) to AMARC as TE0259 Feb 14, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0181 (MSN 40678) to AMARC as TE0410 Jul 9, 2008
0183 (MSN 40680) to AMARC as TE0297 Aug 26 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0184 (MSN 40681) to Chilean AF as 396 and preserved Oct 2012 in Museo Nacional Aeonautico y del Espacio,
Los Cerrillos, Santiago
0185 (MSN 40682) to AMARC as TE0414 Feb 28, 2008
0186 (MSN 40683) to AMARC as TE0134 Sep 18, 1996
0187 (MSN 40684) fuselage and wing seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft Salvage,
Denver, CO in 2005.
0188 (MSN 40685) noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Moved to
Military Aircraft Preservation Society museum, Green, Ohio
0189 (MSN 40686) to AMARC as TE0107 Sep 26, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0190 (MSN 40687) to AMARC as TE0043 Nov 22, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0191 (MSN 40688) to AMARC as TE0275 May 20, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0192 w/o Nov 3, 1980.
0193 to AMARC as TE0336 Oct 17, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0194 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0195 (MSN 40692) to AMARC as TE0102 Sep 21, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0196 (MSN 40693) to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
0197 (MSN 40694) to AMARC as TE0267 Mar 24, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0198 (MSN 40695) to AMARC as TE0291 Sep 9, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0199 (MSN 40696) to AMARC as TE0302 Feb 24, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0200 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
60-0313 ... 60-0368
Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
MSN 18088/18143
0335/0339,0342/0346 to KC-135Q.
0316,0327 to KC-135E.
0313/0315,0318/0324,0328,0329,0331/0334,0336,0341, 0343, 0347/0351,0353,0356/0360,0362/0367
converted to KC-135R.
0372, 0374, 0375 converted to EC-135N.  These three aircraft along with EC-135N's 
61-0326/0330 comprised the Apollo (later Advanced) Range Instrumented Aircraft (ARIA) 
and represented 30% of NASA's earth orbital tracking network for the Apollo Program. 
They were used for gathering telemetry and voice relay activities during launch, 
orbital and reentry phases of the Apollo missions.
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0313 (MSN 18088) converted to KC-135R
0314 (MSN 18089) converted to KC-135R
0315 (MSN 18090) converted to KC-135R
0316 (MSN 18091) converted to KC-135E
0317 (MSN 18092) broke up and exploded after hard landing, Wurtsmith AFB,
Oct 11, 1988.  6 of 17 aboard killed.
0318 (MSN 18093) named "Queen of Hearts" with 96th Wing in Sep 1991.
0319 (MSN 18094) converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Jun 20, 2012.
0321 (MSN 18096) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Excalibur" with 28th BW in Aug 1988.  To AMARC Apr 18, 2013.
0325 (MSN 18100) to AMARC as CA0120 Apr 20, 1998.  Converted to KC-135R.  To Turkey Jun 21, 1998. 
0326 (MSN 18101) to AMARC as CA0116 Nov 3, 1997.  Converted to KC-135R, to Turkish AF
Dec 12, 1997.
0327 (MSN 18102) converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Gator Aide'.
To AMARC as CA0203 Apr 24, 2008
0328 (MSN 18103) named "Horned Frog Special" with 7th BW in May 1998.
0329 (MSN 18104) converted to KC-135R.
0330 (MSN 18105, 19th ARW) overheated fuel pump exploded in fuel tank after touchdown
Altus AFB, OK, Feb 13, 1987.  Aircraft burned out, 7 injured
0331 (MSN 18106/T0445) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Triangle W" with 97th AMW in Apr 1994.
0338 (MSN 18113) burned out on ramp at Plattsburgh AFB, NY during ground refueling
operations Feb 8, 1980.  (ASN)
0339 (MSN 18114) upgraded to KC-135R
0340 (MSN 18115) in midair collision during refueling with F-105D 61-0091
over Death Valley, CA Jul 8, 1964.
0344 (MSN 18119) on active service Dec 2013 with 22nd ARW as KC-135T
0347 (MSN 18122) as KC-135R named "On Target" with 384th Wing Jun 1992.
0352 (MSN 18127) crashed in mountains on approach to Fairchild AFB, WA
Sept 10, 1962.  44 killed.
0354 (MSN 18129) crashed near Eielson AFB, AK after landing gear 
problems Dec 7, 1975.  All 4 onboard killed (ASN)
0356 (MSN 18131) modified to partial C-135A standards and delivered as C-135A.  Converted to KC-135R. Later
redesignated RC-135D under Project Office Boy 195-Jan 1967, to Rivet Brass 2 Jan 1967-1976.    
0357 (MSN 18132) modified to partial C-135A standards and delivered as C-135A.  Converted to KC-135R. Later
redesignated RC-135D under Project Office Boy 195-Jan 1967, to Rivet Brass 1 Jan 1967-1976.    
0361 (MSN 18136) encountered wake of B-52 during low level maneuver, stalled,
and crashed Mar 13, 1987 behind hangars at Fairchild AFB.  
All 6 aboard killed, plus one person on ground.
0362 (MSN 18137) modified to partial C-135A standards and delivered as C-135A.  Converted to KC-135R. Later
redesignated RC-135D under Project Office Boy 195-Jan 1967, to Rivet Brass 1 Jan 1967-1976.    
Named “Circus City” with 305th ARW in Sep 1992.
0368 (MSN 18143) struck mountain near Torrejon AB, Spain Feb 6, 1976.  All 7 onboard killed (ASN)
60-0369 ... 60-0378
Boeing C-135A-BN Stratolifter
MSN 18144/18153.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0369/0371 converted to NC-135A for AEC.  Later
turned over to NASA and then to Air Force Systems Command.
0369 (MSN 18144) served as NC-135A airborne nuclear weapons monitor platform to verify the Nuclear Test
Ban Treaty under Project Rivet Dagger.  Retired to Chanute
and converted to GNC-135A as maintenance trainer for student techicians.  When Chanute closed 
the aircraft was cut in half with the forward fuselage going to Wright Patterson Air Force 
Base as a Fire Training Aid. After reclaim of engines and other parts the remainder of the airframe 
was scrapped on site.
0370 (MSN 18145) served as NC-135A airborne nuclear weapons monitor platform to verify the Nuclear Test
Ban Treaty under Project Rivet Dagger.  To MASDC as CA0005 Jan 30, 1976.  Scrapped at DM
0371 (MSN 18146) served as NC-135A airborne nuclear weapons monitor platform to verify the Nuclear Test
Ban Treaty under Project Rivet Dagger.  Project ‘Have Lace’, experimental laser communications 
program (1985-1986) using two C-135s, 60-0371 & 60-0372; 19 kbit/s link between the aircraft at ranges 
of up to 100 miles.  Fuselage at Kirtland used for fire department training.
0372 (MSN 18147) converted to C-135E, later to EC-135N.  Project ‘Have Lace’, experimental laser 
communications program (1985-1986) using two C-135s, 60-0371 & 60-0372; 19 kbit/s link between the 
aircraft at ranges of up to 100 miles.  Flown to Edwards AFB, CA Mar 17, 2005 to be placed in flyable storage.
To AMARC as CA0145 Sep 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0373 (MSN 18148) crashed on takeoff from USMCAS El Toro, CA. Jun 25, 1965.
85 killed.  Cause of accident is unknown.  To all extents and purposes,
the pilots failed to turn the aircraft to avoid rising ground and
just flew straight into it.  
0374 (MSN 18149) converted to EC-135E, later to EC-135N.  Retired Nov 2, 2000
to USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.  Named *Bird of Prey*.
0375 (MSN 18150) converted to EC-135N, later to C-135E.  To AMARC Apr 18, 2001 as CA0129.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0376 (MSN 18151) Project ‘Pacer Journey’ conversion program for C-135A 60-0376 to VC-135A VIP transport, Sep72-May73. 
Converted to C-135E.  To AMARC Jun 21, 2001 as CA0130.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0377 (MSN 18152) used as B-2 avionics flying testbed.  To Edwards AFB Museum, California in 1996.
0378 (MSN 18153) assigned to "Weightless Wonder III" with NASA.  Converted to VC-135A. 
60-6934 ... 60-6936
Lockheed YF-12A
MSN 1001/1003
6934 rear fuselage used in build of SR-71C 61-7981 (sometimes listed as 64-17981)
6935 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1969
6936 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1969
61-0014 ... 61-0026
Boeing B-52H-170-BW Stratofortress
MSN 464441/464453.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0014 flap sections fell off shortly after takeoff at Tinker AFB Nov 1, 2012.  Aircraft damaged but landed safely, no
injuries.  
0015 (MSN 464442) named "American Eagle" with 410th BW Aug 1991.
0016 (MSN 464443) named "Bring 'Em Home" with 7t BW Jun 1991.
0017 named "Renegade" with 92nd BW in Apr 1989.
0019 (MSN 464446) named "Rolling Thunder III" with 96th BS in 2012
0020 seen at AMARC in 2015.
0021 (MSN 464448) named "Iron Eagle" with 7th BW in Apr 1989.  With 93rd BS, 307th BW at Barksdale AFB.
0022 entered Depot Maintenance at Tinker AFB, OK in Nov 2004.  Crack was found in wing
attachment and it sat waiting for money for repairs.  Temporarily repaired in early 2009
and flown to Sheppard AFB, TX for use as maintenance trainer.
0023 loaned to Boeing to test turbulence effects.  On test flight on Jan 10, 1964
the entire vertical fin and rudder were ripped off.  Aircraft was able
to land safely at Blytheville AFB.  Repaired and returned to service.
To AMARC as BC0481 Jul 24, 2008, first B-52H to go to storage.
0024 (MSN 464451) named "I'll Be Seeing You" with 410th BW in May 1992.  to AMARC as BC0491 Jan 6, 2009.  
Seem at AMARC Mar 2009.  
0025 delivered to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Jul 30, 2001
as replacement for NB-52B mothership.  Left Edwards AFB May 9, 2008
on one-time ferry flight to Sheppard AFB, TX, where it will become
a maintenance trainer, never to fly again.
0026 crashed Jun 24, 1994 at Fairchild AFB during rehearsal for air display.  Lost control and hit ground.
61-0326 ... 61-0330
Boeing C-135A-BN Stratolifter
MSN 18233/18237 (Boeing production list).  MSN 18227/18231 also quoted.
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
All converted to EC-135N airborne command post.  These five aircraft along with EC-135N's 
60-0372, 0374 and 0375 comprised the Apollo (later Advanced) Range Instrumented 
Aircraft (ARIA) and represented 30% of NASA's earth orbital tracking network for the 
Apollo Program.  They were used for gathering telemetry and voice relay activities during 
launch, orbital and reentry phases of the Apollo missions. 
0326 (MSN 18233) converted to EC-135E, but converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines 
installed.  To AMARC as CA0122 Jun 1, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0327 (MSN 18234) converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines installed.  In 2006 was
in museum of Aviation at Robins AFB, Georgia
0328 (MSN 18235) suffered abrupt pitch-down resulting in structural failure with
ensuing midair explosion and crash near Walkersville, MD May 6, 1981.
All 21 onboard killed. (ASN)
0329 (MSN 18236) converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines installed.  Now is battle damage repair 
training aircraft at Tinker AFB, OK.
0330 (MSN 18237) converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines installed
61-0634 ... 61-0685
North American T-39A-1-NA Sabreliner
MSN 265-37/88.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
All converted to CT-39A except 0640,0644,0646,0649,0661,0664,0672.
0634 (MSN 265-37, CT-39A) on display at Dyess Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas 
0635 (MSN 265-38, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0054 Jan 25, 1985.  To Regional
Vocational Tech, Lafayette, LA Jun 7, 1990 
0636 (MSN 265-39) CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0089 Sept 16, 1985.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0637 (MSN 265-40, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0035 Oct 29, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0638 (MSN 265-41, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0096 Dec 3, 1985.
to LAredo MAP, TX Apr 2006
0639 (MSN 265-42, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0086 Sep 3, 1985.  To 
Blackhawk Technical College, Janesville, WI as N21092 Aug 1, 1989.  Sold May 2014 to private owner.
0640 (MSN 265-43) collided in midair with TA-4F Apr 16, 1970 and
crashed near Weldon, SC.  All 4 onboard killed.  Both crew
of the TA-4F also killed. (ASN)
0641 (MSN 265-44, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0036 Oct 29,1984.  To Rock Valley
College, Rockford, IL
0642 (MSN 265-45, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0045 Dec 11, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Appeared in the movie "Stripes"
0643 (MSN 265-46, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0022 Sep 7, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0644 (MSN 265-47) DBR at Camp Springs-Andrews AFB,MD May 7, 1963.
0645 (MSN 265-48, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0091 Oct 10, 1985.
to civil registry as N6CF Mar 1990.  To XA-TFL
for Jett Paqueteria.  Crashed on takeoff at Culiacan, Mexico
Jul 5, 2007 and crashed into cars on nearby highway, killing
7 people on the ground and the three crew.
0646 (MSN 265-49) crashed King and Queen County, VA May 14, 1975
during test flight.  3 killed.
0647 (MSN 265-50, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0078 Jun 10, 1985.  To Costa Mesa Community College, CA Apr 2, 1990.
0648 (MSN 265-51, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0017 Aug 3, 1984.  Sold to DMI Aviation, Tucson, AZ Jan 27, 1992.
0649 (MSN 265-52) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 19, 1979 to Sep 23, 1982.
Registered as NASA 509.  Assigned Sacramento Air Materiel Area  (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA.
To AMARC as TG0047 Dec 18, 1984.  To civil registry as N1064 to USAF Jan 18, 1980,
expired Sep 30, 2013.
0650 (MSN 265-53, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0043 Dec 3, 1984. To Everett
Community College, Everett, WA Nov 6, 1989
0651 (MSN 265-54, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0040 Dec 3, 1984.  To FD
Technical College, Florence, SC Jun 19, 1990.  Seen at 
Trident Technical College, South Carolina Feb 2007.  Still there in Mar 2015.
0652 (MSN 265-55, CT-39A) to DC NG as N4993H, then to AMARC as TG0087 Sept 10, 1985.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0653 (MSN 265-56, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0071 May 9, 1985.  To San Francisco
Community College, CA Apr 27, 1990
0654 (MSN 265-57, CT-39A) transferred to USMC as 610654.  To AMARC as TG0044
Dec 5, 1984.  To Embry Riddle, Daytona Beach, FL Sep 18, 1990
0655 (MSN 265-58, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0005 Dec 23, 1983.  To commercial
market Feb 1, 1991.
0656 (MSN 265-59, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0010 May 29, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0657 (MSN 265-60, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0023 Sep 12, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0658 (MSN 265-61, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0034 Oct 22, 1984.  To Frederick
Community College, Frederick, MD Apr 4, 1990.
0659 (MSN 265-62, CT-39A) to MASDC Sep 24, 1984 as TG0026.  To civilian market
Feb 1, 1991 as N6581K.  Became XA-TNP of Jett Paquetaria SA of San
Luis Potosi Nov 2003.  W/o Dec 30, 2006 when crashed on approach near
Culiacan-Fedl de Bachigualato Airport in Mexico. Struck terrain at a sports
field and crashed into some vacant buildings.  2 crewmembers killed.
0660 (MSN 265-63, CT-39A) on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California
0661 (MSN 265-64, CT-39A) after being displayed at Pacific Northwest Air Fair,
Paine Field, Everett, WA Jul 29, 1962, hydraulic problem was reported
and aircraft ran off end of runway on landing hitting bank and killing
two occupants.  Aircraft was not formally delivered to USAF at time of
crash.  I have it DBR Feb 9, 1969 so it must have been repaired after the accident.
0662 (MSN 265-65, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0032 Oct 18, 1984. To FBI, Washington
DC Nov 12, 1989.
0663 (MSN 265-66, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0067 Apr 1, 1985.  To Delgado
Community College, New Orleans, LA Sep 21, 1989
0664 (MSN 265-67) to AMARC as TG0063 Mar 21, 1985.  To Dual
Vocational Institute, Tracy, CA Jun 8, 1990.  When vocational
programs were dropped, it was offered to Castle Air Museum.
It was dismantled and trucked to the museum's Restoration
Hangar at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA Dec 5, 2007.  Now
in restoration.
0665 (MSN 265-68, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0028 Oct 15, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0666 (MSN 265-69, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0014 Jun 6, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0667 (MSN 265-70, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0088 Sep 10, 1995.  To Western
International Aviation, Tucson, AZ as N7143N Mar 7, 1990.
Now in Arlington, TX.
0668 (MSN 265-71, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0051 Jan 17, 1985.  To Thief River
Falls Technical Institute, MN Aug 9, 1989.  At Lake Superior College Aircraft
Rescue and Fire Fighting Training Center in 2009, with no wings or empennage.
0669 (MSN 265-72, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0075 May 28,1985.  To Metro Aviation
Center, Oklahoma City, OK Aug 3, 1990.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 
in use as ground instructional airframe at Will Rogers
World AP, OK
0670 (MSN 265-73, CT-39A) noted at Dodson Intl Parts Inc, Rantoul, KS Apr 2015.
0671 (MSN 265-74, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0090 Sep 16, 1985.  To Keesler AFB, MS
Aug 30,1998.  Currently serving as a fire training airframe 
at Keesler AFB, MS.
0672 (MSN 265-75) DBR at Kunsong, South Korea Mar 13, 1979
0673 (MSN 265-76, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0038 Nov 19, 1984.  To civil registry
as N43123U Feb 8, 1990.  Registration cancelled Feb 2, 1998
upon export to Mexico.
0674 (MSN 265-77, CT-39A) in March 1992 was preserved at Norton AFB,
California.  Currently on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Utah
0675 (MSN 265-78, CT-39A)
0676 (MSN 265-79, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0049 Dec 26, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0677 (MSN 265-80, CT-39A) to Helena Vocational Technical Center,
Helena AP, MT as N9166Y
0678 (MSN 265-81, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0012 May 30, 1984.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0679 (MSN 265-82, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0069 Apr 22, 1985.
To N6642X but NTU.  To Spokane Community College, WA as
N6581E Jun 19, 1990.
0680 (MSN 265-83, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0039 Nov 19, 1984.
To N32010 with Central MO State University, Warrensburg, MO
Mar 28, 1990.
0681 (MSN 265-84, CT-39A) noted in Detroite Institute of Aeronautics at Detroit Willow Run
Jun 16, 1988
0682 (MSN 265-85, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0031 Oct 17, 1984.  To Dross Metals,
Tucson, AZ Jan 4, 1990.
0683 (MSN 265-86, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0025 Sep 24, 1984.  
Became N510TB, cancelled Aug 3, 2004.  To XB-GDW and later XA-GDW
0684 (MSN 265-87, CT-39A)
0685 (MSN 265-88, CT-39A) at US Army Aviation Museum, Ozark, Alabama
61-0804 ... 61-0947
Northrop T-38A-40-NO Talon
MSN N.5170/5313. Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0807,0812,0817,0818,0820,0828,0836,0842,0845,
0847,0848,0852,0857,0860,0864,0866,0875,0876,
0878,0880,0886,0888,0891,0898,0904,0907,0911,
0917,0923,0938,0947 converted to AT-38B.
0814,0824,0859,0895,0926,0941 converted to GT-38A.
0817,0828,0888,0898, 0923 converted to GAT-38B.
0804 (MSN N.5170) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0072 Apr 5, 1991.  To Taiwan as AT-38B 3842 
and displayed at the Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan (August 2009)
0805 (MSN N.5171) w/o Sep 8, 1970 in midair with 64-13303.
0806 (MSN N.5172) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0068 Mar 28, 1991.
On display at American Legion Post 939, Bruston-Moira, New York
0807 (MSN N.5173) to MASDC as TF0071 Mar 29, 1991.  Back to service
0809 (MSN N.5175) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0088 May 30, 1991.
Now at Frister Aviation and Space Museum, Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently at 
English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.  Seen
2009 at Mineral Wells, TX airport.
0810 (MSN N.5176) to MASDC as TF0031 Nov 2, 1976.  Now on display at Edwards AFB, California
0811 (MSN N.5177) w/o Jun 7, 1964 near Myrtle Beach AB, Florida.  Both crew killed.
0812 (MSN N.5178) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0066  Mar 28, 1991
0813 (MSN N.5179) to MASDC as TF0032 Jun 24, 1976.  To Taiwan
0814 (MSN N5180) noted summer 2003 on display at Pratt County Historical Museum, Kansas
0815 to Portuguese AF as 2607.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000l
0816 (MSN 5182) to AMARC as TF0149 Jul 30, 1992
0817 on display in public area across from Tinker Air Park, Oklahoma.
0818 (MSN N.5184) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0067 Mar 28, 1991.
0819 (MSN N.5185) to MASDC Aug 12, 1976.  To Taiwan.  Returned
to AMARC as TF0332 Aug 30, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0820 (MSN N.5186) converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 2, 2004 on dump at Randolph AFB, TX
0821 (MSN N.5187) w/o Feb 27, 1964, Texas?
0822 (MSN N.5188) w/o May 26, 1981, Texas?
0823 (MSN N.5189) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0119 Jul 7, 1991
0824 (MSN N.5190) to MASDC Nov 2, 1976.  On indoor static display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah since Mar 1992.
0825 (MSN N.5191) to US Navy as 610825.  To El Paso airport as N999NA.  The NASA markings are spurious.
0826 (MSN N.5192) to AMARC as TF0177 Jun 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0827 (MSN N.5193) to AMARC as TF0221 Jul 28, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0828 on display at Owatonna, Minnesota airport painted as Thunderbird 3
0829 on display at city of Gallup, New Mexico Oct 2007
0830 (MSN N.5196) to MASDC as TF0039 Jul 18, 1976.  To Taiwan
0831 (MSN N.5197) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0065 Mar 26, 1991
0832 (MSN N.5198) to MASDC as TF0047 Nov 2, 1976.  To Taiwan
0833 (MSN N.5199, 78th FTW) crashed during landing 5 mi SW of San Angelo, TX Apr 30, 1973. Both crew killed.
0834 (MSN N.5200) to AMARC as TF0191 Jun 29, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0835 (MSN N.5201) to AMARC as TF0070 Mar 29, 1991.  Returned to service.
0836 (MSN N.5202) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0086 May 24, 1991.
0837 (MSN N.5203) to Portugal AF as 2608 and now on display at Ovar Military Museum, Portugal.
0838 (MSN N.5204) to AMARC as TF0048 Aug 12, 1976.  In 2009 was on display at Randolph AFB Airpark, Texas.
0839 (MSN N.5205) w/o Jul 2, 1962 Webb AFB, Texas.
0840 to Portuguese AF as 2609.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
0841 to Taiwan
0842 (MSN N.5208) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0089 May 30, 1991
0843 (MSN N.5209) to Portugal as 2601.  Preserved at Museu do Air, Sintra Air Base, Portugal
0845 (MSN N.5211) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0105 Aug 19, 1991
0846 (MSN N.5212, 78th FTW, 83rd FTS) suffered birdstrike of takeoff and crashed 1 mi E of Fairview, TX 
Jan 14, 1974. Instructor killed, student ejected safely.
0847 (MSN N.5213) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0083 May 10, 1991
0849 set time-to climb records.  To AMARC as TF0211 Jul 19, 1993.  Later to Taiwan.  To display at Edwards AFB, California.
0850 (MSN N.5216) to MASDC as TF0049 Aug 12, 1976.  To Taiwan
0851 (MSN N.5217) to US Navy as 610851.  Converted to QT-38A.  SOC Mar 31, 1981.
0852 (MSN N.5218) converted to AT-38B.  To AMRC as TF0081 May 3, 1991.
Returned to Service with 49th FW.
0853 to Portugal
0854 (MSN N.5220) to MASDC as TF0040 Jun 19, 1976.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
0855 (MSN N.5221) to US Navy as 610855.  To AMARC as TF0153 May 24, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0856 (MSN N.5222) to MASDC as TF0033 Nov 2, 1976.  To Taiwan
0857 (MSN N.5223) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0075 Apr 12, 1991
0858 (MSN N.5224) to MASDC Nov 2, 1976.  On pedestal at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
0859 converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
at Sheppard AFB, TX.
0860 (MSN N.5226) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0098 
Jul 19, 1991.  Returned to service with 49th FW.
0861 (MSN N.5227) to AMARC as TF0304 Jul 13, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0862 (MSN N.5228) to MASDC as TF0041 Nov 2, 1976
0863 (MSN N.5229) to AMARC as TF0093 Jul 3, 1991
0864 (MSN N.5230) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0099 Jul 25, 1991
0865 (MSN N.5231) to MASDC as TF0042 Nov 2, 1976
0866 (MSN N.5232) converted to AT-38B.  To AMRC as TF0111 Aug 30, 1991.
Returned to service with 49th FW.
0867 (MSN N.5233) to Portugal
0868 (MSN N.52340 to Portugal
0869 (MSN N.5235) to MASDC as TF0050 Aug 12, 1976.  To Taiwan. 
0870 (MSN N.5236) 
0871 (MSN N.5237) w/o May 7, 1965, Duluth, Minnesota
0872 (MSN N.5238) to Portugal
0873 (MSN N.5239) w/o Feb 12, 1964, Texas ?
0875 (MSN N.5241) converted to AT-38B. To AMARC as TF0103 Aug 9, 1991.
Returned to service with 49th FW.  Later converted to T-38C; noted as such with 479th FTG summer 2003
0876 (MSN N.5242) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0110 Aug 30, 1991.
Returned to service with 49th FW.
0879 (MSN N.5245) to AMARC as TF0129 Jul 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
0880 (MSN N.5246) to AMARC as TF0062 Mar 22, 1991.  Returned to service
0881 (MSN N.5247) w/o Feb 3, 1971, Arizona
0882 (MSN N.5248) converted to AT-38B.  To US Navy as 610882. To AMARC as TF0117 Jul 7, 1992. 
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0883 (MSN N.5249) to AMARC as TF0166 Jun 2, 1993
0884 (MSN N.5250) w/o Jul 30, 1971, Arizona?
0885 (MSN N.5251) w/o Jun 22, 1967, Arizona?
0886 (MSN N.5252) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0085 May 17, 1991.
0887 (MSN N.5253) to Taiwan
0888 (MSN N.5254) on display at Minot AFB, North Dakota
0889 (MSN N.5255) to US Navy as 610889.
0890 (MSN N.5256) to Portuguese AF as 2604.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
0891 (MSN N.5257) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0102 Aug 2, 1991.
Returned to service with 49th FW.  Attached to 90th FTS at Sheppard AFB.  Suffered bird strike in canopy,
crew ejected with minor injuries, aircraft destroyed in crash S of Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas
Jul 19, 2013.
0892 (MSN N.5258) to MASDC as TF0034 Jun 26, 1976.  To Taiwan
0893 (MSN N.5259) to Taiwan
0894 (MSN N.5260) to AMARC as TF0126 Jul 14, 1992.  To Torrance Aero 
Museum, Fullerton, CA
0895 (MSN N.5261) converted to GT-38A ground instructional airframe.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 at
Sheppard AFB, TX
0896 (MSN N.5262) to AMARC as TF0125 Jul 14, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0897 (MSN N.5263) to Portuguese AF as 2605.  On display at Sintra Museu Do Ar Apr 2000.
0900 (MSN N.5266) to AMARC as TF0135 Jul 20, 1992.  To Connecticut
Air/Space Center, Stratford, CT
0901 (MSN N.5267) w/o Dec 16, 1970, Arizona?
0902 (MSN N.5268) to MASDC as TF0035 Jun 19, 1976.  On a pole at the Science Spectrum in Lubbock, Texas
0903 (MSN N.5269) to Portuguese AF as 2612.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
0904 (MSN N.5270) to AT-38B.  To US Navy as 610904
0905 (MSN N.5271) to Taiwan
0906 (MSN N.5272) w/o Oct 7, 1968, Arizona
0908 (MSN N.5274) to AMARC as TF0139 Jul 22, 1992.   Noted at Chino, CA Jan 2002.  
0909 (MSN N.5275) to AMARC as TF0156 May 24, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0910 (MSN N.5276) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0118 Jul 7, 1992.  
0911 (MSN N.5277) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0094 Jul 3, 1991.  Returned to
service with 49th FW.
0912 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center 
(JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 907.
Registered to NASA Oct 12, 1978; registered as N907NA to NASA, Houston; current
0913 (MSN N.5279) to US Navy as 610913.  To AMARC as TF0278 Sep 29, 1994.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0914 (MSN N.5280) to MASDC as TF0043 Jul 18, 1976.  To Taiwan
0915 to Portuguese AF as 2606.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
0916 (MSN N.5282) to MASDC as TF0044 Apr 29, 1976.  To Taiwan
0917 (MSN N.5283) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0101 Aug 2, 1991.
0918 (MSN N.5284) to US Navy as 610918.  To Taiwan.  To AMARC as TF0339 Sep 12, 2006.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0919 (MSN N.5285) to MASDC as TF0051 Nov 2, 1976.  To Taiwan
0920 (MSN N.5286) to AMARC as Jun 28, 1993
0921 (MSN N.5287) w/o Jul 26, 1971, Arizona ?
0922 (MSN N.5288) w/o Feb 5, 1963, Arizona ?
0923 (MSN N.5289) converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
at Sheppard AFB, TX.  TO AMARC as TF0189.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
To Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
0924 (MSN N.5290) to AMARC as TF0202 Jul 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0925 (MSN N.5291) to AMARC as TF0185 Jun 24, 1993.  To Taiwan
0926 (MSN N.5292) to MASDC Jul 18, 1976.  On display at American Legion Post 240, Salina, Oklahoma
0927 (MSN N.5293) to AMARC as TF0167 Jun 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0928 (MSN N.5294) to MASDC as TF0045 Jul 19, 1976.  Front canopy shattered into pieces, right engine
failed, and plane crashed in Devil's Canyon, Apr 18, 1967.  Both crew ejected safely.  The plane
at MASDC with this number may actuall by 61-0926.
0929 (MSN N.5295) to US Navy as 610929.  To AMARC as TF0140 Jul 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0930 (MSN N.5296) to AMARC as TF0168 Jun 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0933 (MSN N.5299) to AMARC as TF0138 Jul 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0934 (MSN N.5300) w/o Jan 12, 1966 in midair with 64-13291 over Arizona.
0935 (MSN N.5301) to MASDC as TF0036 Jun 19, 1976.  to Taiwan
0936 (MSN N.5302) to AMARC as TF0161 May 17, 1993.  To Taiwan.  To AMARC as TF0335 Sep 7, 2006. 
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0937 (MSN N.5303) to MASDC as TF0037 Jun 19, 1976.  To Taiwan.
0939 (MSN N.5305) w/o Aug 13, 1963, Arizona?
0940 (MSN N.5306) to AMARC as TF0060 Mar 20, 1991.  Returned to service
0941 converted to GAT-38A.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Later to Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
0943 (MSN N.5309) w/o Jun 1, 1964, Arizona ?
0944 (MSN N.5310) to AMARC as TF0217 Jul 23, 1993.  To Taiwan
0945 (MSN N.5311) to Taiwan
0946 (MSN N.5312) to Taiwan
0947 (MSN N.5313) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0077 Apr 19, 1991
61-2408 ... 61-2425
Boeing-Vertol HC-1B-BV Chinook
MSN B-12/B-29.  Vertol Division, Boeing Airplane Co. Model 114.  Redesignated CH-47A in 1962.
2408 (MSN B-12). Accepted by the US Army Dec 19, 1962. SOC Apr 11, 1975
To the California Army National Guard Aviation Museum at San Luis Obispo, CA
To the Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, Fort Campbell, KY. [aka - Don F. Pratt Museum-101st Airborne 
Division (Air Assault)].  To be included in the Wings of Liberty Museum, Fort Campbell, KY
2409 (MSN B-13) accepted by the US Army Jan 9, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0022 Dec 2, 1978.  To manufacturer 
Apr 15, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00261.
2410 (MSN B-14) to MASDC as XM0010 Jul 17, 1978.  To manufacturer Jul 18, 1991 and rebuilt as 
CH-47D and reserialed 91-00265.
2411 (MSN B-15) accepted by US Army Feb 14, 1963.  Crashed Jan 29, 1964 Fort Rucker, AL
2412 (MSN B-16) accepted by the US Army Feb 15, 1963.  Redesignated GCH-47A as GIA.  To MASDC as XM0030 May 6, 1988.  Returned to
manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00301
2413 (MSN B-17) accepted by the US Army Mar 28, 1963.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort 
Eustis, VA.   Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00299.
2414 (MSN B-18) accepted by the US Army Apr 25, 1963.  old to RAF
2415 (MSN B-19) accepted by the US Army Apr 30, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0002 Jun 17, 1975.   Returned 
to manufacturer Jul 12, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00266
2416 (MSN B-20) accepted by the US Army Apr 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0014 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Apr 1, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00260
2417 (MSN B-21) accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0008 Jun 30, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Aug 5, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00267
2418 (MSN B-22) Accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963. SOC Dec 15, 1973.  
To NASA Langley Research Center Impact Dynamics Research Facility, VA. 
Used in a CH-47 Crash Test (T-40) Structural, Cargo Restraint, and Aircrew Inflatable Restraint 
Experiments. Tested to destruction Aug 4, 1976.
2419 (MSN B-23) accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0007 Jun 29, 1978.  Back to 
manufacturer Aug 5, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00268
2420 (MSN B-24) accepted by the US Army Jun 27, 1963.  To MASDC as Dec 1, 1978 as XM0020.  Returned to 
manufacturer Jun 6, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00264.
2421 (MSN B-25) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0003 Jun 19, 1975.  Returned to 
manufacturer Sep 16, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00269
2422 (MSN B-26) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0023 Dec 15, 1978.  Returned to 
Boeing Sep 16, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00074
2423 (MSN B-27) accepted by the US Army Jun 30, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0004 Jun 19, 1975.  Returned to 
manufacturer Sep 22, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00270.
2424 (MSN B-28) accepted by the US Army Jul 30, 1963.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00070.
2425 (MSN B-29) accepted by US Army Jul 31, 1963.  With US Army Aviation School) on takeoff the aft blades 
went to full pitch and crashed at Ft. Rucker, AL Apr 15, 1969.  All onboard killed.
61-2778 ... 61-2779
Lockheed C-141A-5-LM Starlifter
MSN 300-6004/6005
2778 (MSN 300-6004) converted to C-141B, then to C-141C.  While parked at Memphis IAP, the red
safety streamer attached to a fuel tank vent plug blew away, leading to the
plug being overlooked when the plane was being prepared for flight Dec 21, 2001.
During refueling, overpressure lead to catastrophic failure of port wing and in
turn led to the plane falling over to starboard and damaging that wing as well.
Hulk auctioned off Aug 2002.
2779 (MSN 300-6005) converted to NC-141A. In 1969 was operated by NASA and visited Royal Aircraft Establishment,
Farnborough, England from Jul 15-18, 1969 to carry out runway braking friction trials.  Named 
"Against the Wind" with 4950th Test Wing in Jun 1992.  Preserved at Edwards AFB, California. 
61-3031 ... 61-3084
Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
MSN 583D-5701, 5703/5755.  For West German Luftwaffe, but operated in USAF markings at Luke AFB.
10 later to Taiwan.
3033 (MSN 583D-5704) to West German Luftwaffe as 27+03 then to Turkish AF as 62-5704
3037 to Luftwaffe as 27+07, then to Greek AF as 5708.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
3044 (MSN 583D-5715) to Luftwaffe as 27+14, then to Hellenic AF in 1979 as 13044 and WFU in 2009
3048 (MSN 583D-5719) To Hellenic Air Force as 5719 and stored at Agrinion Air Base in 2009.
3054 (MSN 583D-5725) to German Navy as 27+24, then to Turkish AF Jul 15, 1986 as 63-5725/9-725.  
WFU Nov 20, 1991.  Currently on display at Hava Kuvvetleri Muzesi (Turkish AF Museum) at Yesilkoy, outside Istanbul, Turkey
3060 (MSN 583D-5731) to Luftwaffe as 27+29, then to Turkish AF as 5731.
3062 (MSN 583D-5733) to Hellenic Air Force as 5733 and stored at Agrinion Air Base in 2009.
3064 (MSN 583D-5735) MAP delivery to West German Air Force [Luftwaffe] as 27+33.
Operated in USAF markings for training German pilots at Luke AFB, Phoenix, AZ.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA to Nov 1975 to 1985.
Registered as NASA 824.
Registered as N824NA [with c/n 583D5735] to the NASA Ames Research Center Sep 28, 1984; 
cancelled Sep 24, 1996.  Loaned to California Polytechnic College in 1995.
Loaned to the Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, CA in March 2000.
3065 (MSN 583D-5736) MAP delivery to West German Air Force [Luftwaffe] as 27+34
Operated in USAF markings for training German pilots at Luke AFB, Phoenix, AZ
Transferred to Hellenic Air Force as 5736, code TF-5736.  Written off Jul 27, 1985
3066 (MSN 583D-5737) to Italian AF as MM54554
3067 (MSN 583D-5738) to West German AF as 27+36.  Then to Italian AF 
3068 (MSN 583D-5739) to Italian AF as MM54555 and stored at Agrazzanise in Apr 3009.
3069 (MSN 583D-5740) to West German Luftwaffe as 27+38, then to Turkish AF as 63-5740.
3072 (MSN 583D-5743) to Italian AF as MM54556
3078 (ROCAF 4175) w/o May 23, 1989, circumstances unknown.
3080 to Taiwan as 4177 and preserved at ROCAF Technical School, Gangshan (August 2009)
3082 to Taiwan as 4178 and preserved in memorial park at Dajia (August 2009)
61-4492 ... 61-4528
Martin SM-68 Titan I
Redesignated LGM-25C
4492 (SM-65) on display at NASA Ames Research Center, Mt. View, CA.  1st and 2nd stages 
are sitting detached and horizontal on wooden stands about 30' away from NASA Ames Bldg #T12-A, 
the former Bay Area Computer Museum bldg
4493 (SM-66) 
4494 (SM-67) on display in park Near Titusville High School, Titusville, FL
4495 (SM-68) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Nov 14, 1962 in SAC operational test.
4496 (SM-69)
4497 (SM-70) on display at Veterans Home - Quincy, Illinois
4498 (SM-71) on display at USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH
4499 (SM-72) was on display at Air/Missile Park, Florence, SC
4500 (SM-73) was on static display at Holiday Motor Lodge, San Bernardino, CA
4501 (SM-74) 
4502 (SM-75)
4503 (SM-76)
4504 (SM-77)
4505 (SM-78)
4506 (SM-79) at Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, OK
4507 (SM-80) launched Mar 5, 1965 from Vandenberg LE-A2.  Payload was West Wind II.  Last Titan I launch.
4508 (SM-81) in storage at Kansas Cosmosphere, Hutchinson, KS
4509 (SM-82)
4510 (SM-83) SAC operational test Sep 17, 1963
4511 (SM-84)
4512 (SM-85) partial failure Dec 8, 1964 due to premature first stage shutdown.  Payload was West Wind I	
4513 (SM-86) was outside warehouse at Beale AFB in 1990s, removed 1994
4514 (SM-87)
4515 (SM-88) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
4516 (SM-89) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
4517 (SM-90)
4518 (SM-91)
4519 (SM-92) on static display at Kansas Cosmosphere, Hutchison, KS
4520 (SM-93) second stage at SLC-10 museum, Vandenberg AFB, CA
4521 (SM-94) on static display at Kansas Cosmosphere, Hutchison, KS
4522 (SM-95)
4523 (SM-96) on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD
4524 (SM-97)
4525 (SM-98)
4526 (SM-99)
4527 (SM-100)
4528 (SM-101) second stage and upper structure on display at Estrella Warbirds Museum,
Pasa Robles, CA.  They may have the first stage in storage.
61-7950 ... 61-7955
Lockheed SR-71A
These are often erroneously listed as being 64-17950/17955.
61-7950 (MSN 2001) destroyed by fire Jan 10, 1967 during brake system evaluation
at Edwards AFB.  Pilot Art Peterson survived
61-7951 (MSN 2002) Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
as YF-12C and assigned a spurious serial number 60-6937 (which had been assigned to a CIA A-12).  
The reason for this bit for subterfuge lay in the fact that NASA, while flying the YF-12A 
interceptor version of the aircraft, was not allowed to possess the strategic reconnaissance 
version for some time. But the existence of the A-12 remained classified until 1982. The tail 
number 06937 was selected because it followed in the sequence of tail numbers assigned to the 
three existing YF-12A aircraft: 06934, 06935, and 06936.
Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
61-7952 (MSN 2003) lost Jan 25, 1966 near Tucumcari, NM during test flight from Edwards AFB.  Pilot 
Bill Weaver survived, RSO Jim Zwayer killed.
61-7953 (MSN 2004) lost Dec 18, 1969 near Shoshone, CA during test flight from 
Edwards AFB.  Pilot Joe Rogers and RSO Gary Heidelbaugh ejected safely.
61-7954 (MSN 2005) lost Apr 11, 1969 on runway at Edwards AFB during takeoff.
Pilot Bill Skliar and RSO Noel Warner escaped without injury.
61-7955 (MSN 2006) on display at Edwards AFB, California.  For years, there were rumors that this plane 
had been sent to the UK for test flights from Mildenhall in 1983, and was
painted as 17962 for the duration.
61-7956 ... 61-7957
Lockheed SR-71B
These are often listed as being 64-17956/17957, but there is controversy about this.  Numerous observers
report that the true serials should be listed in FY 1961
61-7956 (MSN 2007).  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Registered as NASA 831.  Used for training but not for flight research.
The aircraft was put in flyable storage 1999, where it remained until 2002.
Seen Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Michigan.  In 2007 was at Kalamazoo Air Zoo.
61-7957 (MSN 2008).  Lost Jan 11, 1968 following fuel cavitation during approach to Beale AFB.  Instructor 
Robert G. Sowers and student David E. Fruehauf ejected safely.
61-7958 ... 61-7980
Lockheed SR-71A
These are often listed as being 64-17958/17980, but there is controversy about this.  Numerous observers
report that the true serials should be listed in FY 1961 
61-7958 (MSN 2009).  Used to set 15/25 speed record of 2193.167 mph July
27/28, 1979.  Now on display at Warner Robins AFB, Georgia
61-7959 (MSN 2010) now on display at Eglin AFB, Florida
61-7960 (MSN 2011) now on diaplay at Castle Air Museum, California
61-7961 (MSN 2012) on display at Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, Kansas
61-7962 (MSN 2013) in storage at Palmdale, CA.  Delivered to Imperial War Museum at Duxford, UK and was 
unveiled for public display in Hangar 1 on Apr 11, 2001.
61-7963 (MSN 2014) now on display at Beale AFB, California.
61-7964 (MSN 2015) now on display in atrium of Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska
61-7965 (MSN 2016) lost Oct 25, 1976 during night training sortie near Lovelock
NV following INS gyro platform failure.  Pilot St Martin and RSO Carnochan ejected safely.
61-7966 (MSN 2017) lost Apr 13,1967 after high speed stall during night refuelling near Las Vegas, NV
Pilot Boone and RSO Sheffield both ejected safely.
61-7967 (MSN 2018) assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Put in flyable 
storage 1992-2002 at Edwards AFB.  Delivered to 8th AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana Dec 2003.
61-7968 (MSN 2019) now at Virginia Aviation Museum at Richmond International Airport, Virginia.  On permanent
loan from USAF Museum.
61-7969 (MSN 2020) lost May 10, 1970 after refuelling near Korat RTAFB when a high-speed stall occurred.
Pilot Lawson and RSO Martinez ejected safely.
61-7970 (MSN 2021) lost Jun 17, 1970 following midair collision with KC-135Q tanker near El Paso, NM.
Pilot Buddy Brown and RSO Mort Jarvis ejected safely.
61-7971 (MSN 2022) assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA 1991 to 1994
Registered as NASA 832.  This aircraft was returned to the USAF.
First aircraft reactivated for USAF reconnaissance purposes in 1995.
Now on display at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, OR
61-7972 (MSN 2023) set New York to London record of 1 hr 54 min 56.4 sec Sept
1, 1974.  Set Los Angeles to Washington, DC record of 1 hr 4 min 20 sec,
west to east coast in 1 hr 7 min 54 sec.  Reported Summer 2008 at NASM, Udvar-Hazy Center.  NASM
claims that their plane actually has serial number 64-17972.
61-7973 (MSN 2024) damaged July 21, 1987 while being demonstrated at RAF Mildenhall.  Now on display at
Palmdale Airport.  Noted Fall 2003 at Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, California.
61-7974 (MSN 2025) lost Apr 21, 1989 while outbound from Kadena AB, Okinawa following engine explosion
and complete hydraulic failure. Pilot Dan E. House and RSO Blair L. Bozek both ejected safely.
61-7975 (MSN 2026) on display at March Field Museum, California.
61-7976 (MSN 2027) on display at WPAFB Museum, OH
61-7977 (MSN 2028) lost Oct 10, 1968 at end of runway at Beale AFB following
a wheel explosion and runway abort. Pilot Gabriel A. Kardong rode the aircraft to a standstill, RSO James
A. Kogler ejected.  Both survived.  Cockpit was saved from the wreckage, was restored
and is now on display at Boeing Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
61-7978 (MSN 2029) lost July 20, 1972 during landing accident at Kadena AB,
Okinawa.  Pilot Dennis R. Bush and RSO Jimmy Fagg escaped unhurt.
61-7979 (MSN 2030) now on display at Lackland AFB, Texas.
61-7980 (MSN 2031) assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Registered as NASA 844.
Made the last NASA SR-71 flight on October 9, 1999, at the Edwards AFB air show. The aircraft was 
also scheduled to make a flight the following day, but a fuel leak grounded the aircraft and 
prevented it from flying again. The aircraft was then put in flyable storage, where it remained 
until 2002.  Placed on static display in front of Dryden Flight Research Center Sep 2002.
62-0001 ... 62-0001
North American XB-70A-1-NA Valkyrie
MSN 278-1.  First flight Sep 21, 1964 from Palmdale to Edwards AFB, CA.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA 1966 to 1969.
Flown a total of 83 flights. Last supersonic flight took place Dec 17, 1968. 
Flown to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, Feb 4, 1969.
Preserved and on display at the National Museum of the US Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
62-0207 ... 62-0207
North American XB-70A-2-NA Valkyrie
First flight Jul 17, 1965. Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA 1966
Collided with F-104N (NASA 813) June 8, 1966 while filming publicity
film for General Electric engines.  Both aircraft destroyed.
F-104N pilot Dr. Joseph A. Walker and XB-70A copilot Maj.
Carl Cross killed.  XB-70A pilot ejected safely.
62-1872 ... 62-2105
Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
MSN MSN 392/625.
Many to FMS (Honduras, Norway, Panama, Peru, Paraguay, South Vietnam, South
Korea, Singapore, Uruguay)
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1876 (MSN 396) at SEAL museum, Fort Pierce, FL Jan 2008
1879 (MSN 399) lost in Vietnam Jun 29, 1964.  4 KIA
1880 (MSN 400) lost in Vietnam Jan 18, 1964.  2 KIA.
1881 (MSN 401) to US Navy as 621881.  To MASDC as XA0206 Jul 14, 1976.  To N58HP of Missouri Civil Defense Agency.
To Vintage Aircraft Museum, Helicsa Jun 29, 1995.
1882 (MSN 402) to US Navy as 621882
1884 (MSN 404) to MASDC as XA0248 Mar 2, 1977.  In storage at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama
in Mar 2002.
1885 (MSN 405) to MASDC as XA0210 Jul 19, 1976, to HF0134 Sep 5, 1979.
1887 (MSN 407) to civil registry as N91320
1888 (MSN 408) to MASDC as XA0211 Jul 19, 1976.  Became N5023U, then EC-EOI
1890 (MSN 410) to MASDC as XA0117 Jan 14, 1976.  To N333WN.  In 2011 was being restored back to flying condition and will
be marked as 62-1890 once again.
1891 (MSN 411) to MASDC as XA0216 Sep 10, 1976.  To Singapore AF
1894 (MSN 414) to MASDC as XA0146 May 5, 1976.  To N64CC
1895 (MSN 415) to MASDC as XA0123 Jan 18, 1976
1896 (MSN 416) to MASDC as XA0138 Feb 13, 1976.  To Honduras AF in 1976 as FAH 902
1902 (MSN 422) to MASDC as XA0199 Jul 8, 1976, to HF0128 Sep 5, 1979.  To N10SP
1906 (MSN 426) to MASDC as XA0096 Nov 25, 1975.  To civil registry as TI-SPP, then to N4242T.
1907 (MSN 427) lost in Vietnam Feb 7, 1965.  
1908 (MSN 428) assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA, Oct 14, 1970 to Feb 10, 1980.
Registered as NASA 732.  Used for rotorcraft research 
1912 (MSN 432) loaned to US Marine Corps as 621912 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.  
To MASDC as XA0180 Jun 4, 1976.  To N70547
1916 (MSN 436) lost in Vietnam Apr 10, 1964.  4 KIA
1917 (MSN 437) to MASDC as XA0029 Aug 9, 1973, to HF0078 Sep 4, 1979.
1918 (MSN 438) loaned to US Marine Corps as 621918 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.  
To MASDC as XA0249 Apr 12, 1977  To Singapore AF
1919 (MSN 439) lost in Vietnam Jun 29, 1964.  4 KIA.
1920 (MSN 440) on static display at US Army Reserve Center at Willow Grove NAS, PA.
1921 (MSN 441) to MASDC as XA0203 Jul 14, 1976, to HF0130 Sep 5, 1979.
1923 (MSN 443) to MASDC as XA0230 Sep 20, 1976.  To N22961, to US registry as N129RA.
1929 (MSN 449) to MASDC as XA0125 Jan 23, 1976, to HF0117 Sep 5, 1979.
1931 (MSN 451) to civil registry as N91284
1933 (MSN 453) to MASDC as XA0158 May 17, 1976
1934 (MSN 454) to MASDC as XA0181 Jun 4, 1976.  to civil registry as N6NJ, then N206NJ
1935 (MSN 455) to US Navy as 621935.  to MASDC as XA0086 Nov 21, 1976.  To HP-999
1936 (MSN 456) to US Navy as 621936.  To MASDC as XA0075 Sep 18, 1975.
1937 (MSN 457) to MASDC as XA0057 Nov 20, 1973.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 937.  To instructional airframe
at Kjeller, Lillestrom
1944 (MSN 464) to MASDC as XA0148 May 10, 1976.  To civil registry as N83895
1946 (MSN 466) lost in Vietnam Jan 17, 1964.  4 KIA
1948 (MSN 468) tp MASDC as XA01224 Jan 19, 1976
1950 (MSN 470) to MASDC as XA0200 Jul 8, 1976, to HF0129 Sep 5, 1979.
1953 (MSN 473) to N50023 with State of Georgia Department of Transportation.
1954 (MSN 474) to MASDC as XA0217 Sep 10, 1976
1956 (MSN 476) to MASDC as XA0100 Nov 25, 1975. Was N841M; registration cancelled Jan 7, 2004 on
sale to owner in Japan.  Seen in Illinois in 2006, still with registration N841M
1957 (MSN 477) loaned to US Marine Corps as 621957 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.
1960 (MSN 480) to MASDC as XA0084 Nov 19 1975.  To N1565F.  Became N807SB, registration cancelled Nov 15, 2000.  
Registration restored Nov 9, 2004.
1961 (MSN 481) lost in Vietnam Mar 9, 1964.  2 KIA
1963 (MSN 483) lost in Vietnam Mar 15, 1964.  4 KIA
1968 (MSN 488) to civil registry as N98F Dec 1, 2004
1970 (MSN 490) to US Navy as 201970.  To MASDC as XA0034 Aug 13, 1973, to HF0088 Sep 5, 1979.  Seen at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA
Oct 2007.  
1971 (MSN 491) to MASDC as XA0023 Aug 9, 1973, to HF0080 Sep 5, 1975, to XA0268 Mar 3, 1981.
1974 (MSN 494) to MASDC as XA0209 Jul 19, 1976, to HF0133 Sep 5, 1979
1977 (MSN 497) to MASDC as XA0159 May 17, 1976.
1980 (MSN 500) to MASDC as XA0212 Jul 19, 1976
1984 (MSN 504) To US Navy as 621984.  To MASDC as XA0097 Nov 25, 1975.  To N332WN with State of Washington.  Was at Pearson Air Park
Museum, Vancouver, WA Aug 17, 1994
1985 (MSN 505) to US Navy as 621985.  To MASDC as XA0233 Sep 27, 1976.  To Singapore AF
1986 (MSN 506) noted Feb 2005 at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
Severely damaged by hurricanes fall 2005, noted Mar 2006 in derelict condition.
1991 (MSN 511) to MASDC as XA0186 Jul 11, 1976.  To N2266T
1993 (MSN 513) to Royal Norwegian AF as 993.  W/o Apr 24, 1981
1994 (MSN 514) to Royal Norwegian AF as 994, code SI-B. (339th Sqn) DBR in Norway Jun 16, 1971. Sold to 
civil registry as N6180A. Rebuilt.
1995 (MSN 515) to Royal Norwegian AF as 995.  Reported as N96NW, but this is registere as a Bell 206B
1996 (MSN 516) to Royal Norwegian AF as 996. to civil registry as N198HM as firefighter, sale reported Aug 13, 2014.
2000 (MSN 520) converted to GUH-1B.
2007 (MSN 527) loaned to US Marine Corps as 622007 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.  
To MASDC as XA0160 May 17, 1976.  To Republic of Korea
2010 (MSN 530) at FT Campbell, KY
2018 (MSN 538) on display Feb 2009 at Alabama welcome center/rest stop at
US 231 North between Cottondale, FL and Dothan, AL.
2025 (MSN 545) to US Navy as 622025.  To MASDC as XA0055 Nov 8, 1973.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 025.  To Rygge as an
instructional aircraft for battle damage repair.  Note dumped Apr 2014
2026 (MSN 546) to MASDC asd XA0139 Apr 18, 1976.  To N328WN
2027 (MSN 547) in Oct 23014 on display at Fort Sam Houston Museum, San Antonio, Texas.
2029 (MSN 549) to US Navy as 622029
2031 (MSN 551) to US Navy as 622031.  To MASDC as XA0099 Nov 25, 1975.  To civil registry as N91350
2034 (MSN 554) to US Navy as 622034.  To MASDC as XA0171 May 20, 1976.  To civil registry as N87729, then 
N97HM with Tollhouse Energy Co, Bellingham, WA., then 204UH with Gitmo Holdings LLC, Stevensville, Montana.
Suffered inflight failure during logging operations near Detroit, Oregon and crashed after tree strike
Sep 16, 2013.  One killed.
2038 (MSN 558) to US Navy as 622038
2039 (MSN 559) to MASDC as XA0116 Jan 12, 1976
2040 (MSN 560) loaned to US Marine Corps as 622040 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.
To MASDC as XA0065 Jun 12, 1974, to HF0106 Sep 5, 1979.
2043 (MSN 563) loaned to US Marine Corps as 622043 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.  
2046 (MSN 566) used by 118th AHC in Vietnam
2048 (MSN 568) to US Navy as 622048.  To MASDC as XA0288 Jun 24, 1981.  To N3979C
2051 (MSN 571) lost in Vietnam Aug 14, 1964
2053 (MSN 573) to MASDC as XA0087 Nov 21, 1975.
2054 (MSN 574) to Honduras AF as FAH 903 in 1976 
2057 (MSN 577) loaned to US Marine Corps as 622057 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968
2058 (MSN 578) to US Navy as 622058
2060 (MSN 580) to US Navy as 622060
2063 (MSN 583) crashed after midair collision with OH-6A at night in SVN Jul 14, 1969. 3 KIA, 1 MIA. OH-6A 
autorotated down safely.
2064 (MSN 584) assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL.  Registered as NASA 416.
Registered as N416NA Oct 1, 1982; cancelled Sep 16, 1993
2066 (MSN 586) to MASDC as XA0119 Jan 14, 1976, to HF0116 Sep 5, 1979
2075 (MSN 595) to US Navy as 622075.  To MASDC as XA0062 Apr 3, 1974, to HF0105 Sep 5, 1979
2076 (MSN 596) to MASDC as XA0101 Nov 25, 1975
2082 (MSN 602) to MASDC as XA0066 Aug 25, 1975.  To N333WN with State of Washington
2084 (MSN 604) to MASDC as XA0182 Jun 4, 1976.  To civil registry as N832M.  Was in storage area at 
March AFB Museum, CA.  Now flyable at March Field Air Museum, owned by Whittier Aviation Museum, 
based at March Field.  Aircraft now based at French Valley Airport, Murrieta, CA and is
not associated with March Field Air Museum.
2085 (MSN 605) to MASDC as XA0115 Jan 12, 1976.  To civil registry as N83980
2086 (MSN 606) to MASDC as XA0061 Apr 2, 1974.  To Royal Norwegian AF as0 86.  Registered 1976 as RNoAF 
detachment with UN forces in Lebanon.  Crashed Feb 3, 1979.
2088 (MSN 608) to MASDC as XA0252 Apr 14, 1997.  To Singapore AF
2089 (MSN 609) to MASDC as XA0188 Jun 17, 1976.  To N1525T
2090 (MSN 610) to MASDC as XA0265 Feb 26, 1981.  To N80WF.  To MASDC as 7H0107.  To ZK-HSF. W/o Apr 22, 2004
2094 (MSN 614) to MASDC as XA0257 Apr 27, 1977.  To Singapore AF
2096 (MSN 616) to MASDC as XA0202 Jul 12, 1976.  To civil registry as N87765
2097 (MSN 617) to MASDC as XA0151 May 15, 1976.  To N334WN with State of Washington.  
Damaged in crash at Uniontown, WA Apr 25, 2005.
2098 (MSN 618) to MASDC as XA0039 Aug 21, 1973.
2099 (MSN 619) noted Mar 8, 2005 on display at Ozark Gate to Yano Hall, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
2101 (MSN 621) to MASDC as XA0127 Jan 23, 1976. to HF0119 Sep 5, 1979, to XA0267 Mar 3, 1981.
2103 (MSN 623) to MASDC as XA0150 May 13, 1976.  To Republic of Korea
2104 (MSN 624) to MASDC as XA0093 Nov 23, 1975, to HF0114 Sep 5, 1979.
2105 (MSN 625) to MASDC as XA0090 Nov 23, 1975.  To Uruguayan AF as 064.  Wreck noted at Carrasco AB in 1995
62-2114 ... 62-2137
Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-30/B-53
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2114 (B-30) accepted by the US Army Aug 23, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0025 Jan 15, 1979.  Returned to 
manufacturer Jun 6, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00263
2115 (B-31) accepted by the US Army Aug 28, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0013 Oct 23, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00280
2116 (B-32) accepted by the US Army Aug 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0015 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Dec 9, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00282
2117 (B-33) accepted by the US Army Sep 25, 1963.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00076
2118 (B-34) accepted by the US Army Sep 13, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimbers –Nov66
Assigned to 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec 1966.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Mar 1968
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Sep 1972.  Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation 
Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973.  Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Mar 1973.
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00080
2119 (B-35) accepted by the US Army Sep 8, 1963.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort 
Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00307
2120 (B-36) accepted by the US Army Oct 28, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Hillclimbers –Apr 1967.  Airlifted by CH-47 62-2124 to the port at Vung Tau, South Vietnam, 
April 1967 for upload onto a ship on return to USA.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company, Fort Benning, GA, Jan 1968.  Crashed Jul 29, 1970 at Fort Benning, GA
2121 (B-37) accepted by the US Army Oct 31, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Hillclimbers.  Crashed May 9, 1966 between Vung Tau and Saigon, Vietnam.  The door gunner received 
fatal injuries.
2122 (B-38) accepted by the US Army Oct 31, 1963.  Crashed Oct 31, 1963 Carmen, New Jersey during test flight.
2123 (B-39) accepted by the US Army Nov 19, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0009 Jun 9, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Aug 7, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00302
2124 (B-40) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.   Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" – Apr 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort Benning, GA, Feb 1968
To MASDC as XM0024 Dec 22, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer Sep 29, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 92-00308
2125 (B-41) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.  Crashed Apr 29, 1964 on the Portage Glacier, AK, during a 
routine flight to supply Army troops which were helping to repair railroad lines after heavy floods.
2126 (B-42) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.  Crashed Mar 4, 1965 near Fort Benning, GA. A transmission 
oil fitting failed causing the rear of the aircraft to catch fire. The pilots tried to fly to an 
airfield but failed.
2127 (B-43) accepted by the US Army Dec 31, 1963.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA
To MASDC as XM0028 Apr 15, 1988.  Returned to manufacturer Mar 27, 1992 and 
rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00293.
2128 (B-44) accepted by the US Army Jan 4, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" –Apr 1967.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Nov 1967 used 
as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Jun 1973
To MASDC as XM0018 Nov 20, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer May 21, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D 
and reserialed 92-00296.
2129 (B-45) accepted by the US Army Jan 22, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –May 1967.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Mar 1968.
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1972.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00108.
2130 (B-46) accepted by the US Army Jan 28, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Apr 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort 
Benning, GA, Jan 1968.  To MASDC as XM0021 Dec 2, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer Dec 16, 1991 and 
rebuilt as CH-47C and reserialed 92-00286.
2131 (B.047) accepted by the US Army Jan 29, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Oct 1966.  To MASDC as XM0006 Nov 25, 1975.  Returned to manufacturer 
Jan 10, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00287.
2132 (B-48) accepted by the US Army Feb 14, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort Benning, GA, Jan 1968
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 1968.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00084.
2133 (B-49) accepted by the US Army Feb 14, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Oct 1966.  Combat damage May 7, 1966 South Vietnam. While on a logistics 
sling load resupply mission, the aircraft was struck by small arms fire in the forward area damaging 
the main rotor system.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 1967
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1972.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00086
2134 (B-50) accepted by the US Army Feb 27, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers".   Crashed Fort Benning, GA Jul 10, 1965
2135 (B-51) accepted by the US Army Mar 13, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 1967.
Loaned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar 1973
Loaned to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973
To MASDC as XM0027 Jan 18, 1979.  Returned to manufacturer Mar 28, 1984 and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 84-24182.
2136 (B-52) accepted by the US Army Apr 22, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00088.
2137 (B-53) accepted by the US Army Apr 24, 1964.  To MASDC as XM0011 Sep 6, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Apr 28, 1984 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24184.
62-4202 ... 62-4206
Bell YHO-4-BF Kiowa
MSN 4/8.  Redesignated YOH-4A in 1962.  It is believed that this batch was built as 62-4201/4205.  It was discovered
that the serial of the first aircraft in the batch (62-4201) clashed with a VC-140B Jetstar.  The new serials,
although allocated, were never applied
4202: An article in a 1987 edition of 'FlyPast' magazine states that 
this aircraft was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker painted with serial 
62-4201. 
4204 Assigned to US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAATA), Edwards AFB, CA
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Apr 1, 1965 to Jan 23, 1973
Registered as NASA 532.  Assigned to Mississippi Highway Patrol.
Registered as N51HP; sale reported Jul 6, 1990, cancelled Dec 11, 2012
4206 (MSN 4) is a Bell YOH-4 preserved at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama.  Built with the serial 62-4206, 
this machine was reserialled as 62-4207 when it was discovered that the serial of the first 
aircraft in the batch, YOH-4A 62-4201, clashed with a VC-140 Jetstar. The new serials, 
although allocated, were never applied and the aircraft remains painted as '624206', which is 
technically inaccurate, but historically correct!
62-4207 ... 62-4210
Hiller YHO-5A-UH
Redesignated YOH-5A in 1962
4207 assigned to US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAATA), Edwards AFB, CA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 11, 1965 to Dec 17, 1968
Registered as NASA 530.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
62-4503 ... 62-4504
Lockheed VZ-10 Hummingbird
Model 330 VTOL research aircraft for US Army Transportation Research Command.  Redesignated XV-4A in 1962.
4503 first flight Jul 7, 1962.  First vertical takeoff May 28, 1963 and first double transition
flight Nov 20, 1963.  Delivered to US Army Feb 1964.  Crashed Jun 10, 1964 at Dobbins AFB. Pilot killed.
4504 delivered to US Army Feb 1964.  Transferred to NASA for wind tunnel testing, then stored.
Modified to Model 331, designated XV-4B.  Transferred to USAF to be used in VTOL Flight Control
Technology Program at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.  Crashed while departing Dobbins AFB Mar 14, 1969.
Pilot ejected safely
62-4505 ... 62-4506
Ryan XV-5A
Commissioned by the US Army, initially designated VZ-11RY
4505 Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research.
Crashed at Edwards AFB Apr 27, 1965.  Pilot killed.
4506 Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 17, 1964 to Jan 30, 1974
Registered as NASA 705.  Registered as N705NA 25Jun69, cancelled Mar 11, 1974
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research 
The aircraft was extensively damaged Oct 5, 1966 during trials as a rescue aircraft, when the 
test dummy was ingested into a wing fan. The pilot was fatally injured, although it was 
judged that the fan actually still functioned well enough to continue controlled flight.
Was repaired and converted to XV-5B, with tests continuing until 1971.  Now at Ft Rucker, Alabama.
62-5859 ... 62-5906
Grumman AO-1B Mohawk
For US Army.  Redesignated OV-1B in 1962.  Build numbers 18B/65B.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
5865,5867,5872/5874,5878,5885/5890,5898,5899,5902 to OV-1D
5859 to MASDC as YA0039 Oct 16, 1972.  Currently in storage at Historic Aircraft Company, Richmond, British Columbia,
Canada.
5860 to MASDC as YA009 Feb 16, 1973.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
5861 to MASDC as YA0022 Aug 1, 1972.
5862 to MASDC as YA0109 Oct 19, 1985.
5863 (73rd Aviation Company 222nd Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed and
burned at Phu Loi, Binh Duong Province South Vietnam Oct 7, 1967.  Both crew killed. 
5864 to MASDC as YA0073 Oct 29, 1973.  Currently in storage at Historic Aircraft Company, Richmond, British Columbia,
Canada.
5865 to Argentine Army as AE-027
5866 loaned to US Navy as 625866 and used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, code 34 with 
US Army colors and titles.  Returned to US Army.  Became N171 with Department of the Interior, US 
Geological Survey, Water Resources Division
5867 to MASDC as YA0074 Nov 15, 1973.
5868 in trial with inflight refuelling probe.
5869 to MASDC as YA0106 Aug 26, 1985
5870 to MASDC as YA0014 Jun 20, 1972
5871 to MASDC as YA0063 Jun 25, 1973
5873 to MASDC as YA0065 Jul 11, 1973
5874 to MASDC as YA0052 Feb 19, 1973.  flyable as N1171Y with Charlotte Historical Aviation Museum, NC
5875 to MASDC as YA0082 Jun 12, 1978.  Back to service, converted to OV-1D.  Crashed to takeoff 
at Ft. Huachuca, AZ 1985.  Both crew ejected safely.
5876 to MASDC as YA0050 Feb 19, 1973.  Converted in April 1984 to OV-1D. Acquired on Unknown Date By 
Paul S. Pefley of Lake Worth, Florida.  Aircraft parked at Lantana Airport Lantana, Florida. 
5877 (244th Aviation Company 307th Combat Aviation Battalion 164th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed
due to unknown cause Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Oct 1, 1967.  Crew of 2 survived.
5878 in storage at Lantana Airport Lantana Florida (Owner Paul S. Pefley).  Built as OV-1C. Converted in October 1985 
to OV-1D. Acquired on Unknown Date By Paul S. Pefley. Aircraft Parked at Lantana Airport Lantana Florida.
5879 (244th Aviation Company 307th Combat Aviation Battalion 164th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed
due to unknow cause in South Vietnam Sep 7, 1969.  Both crew survived and were rescued.   
5880 (MSN 39B) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 15, 1978.
Registered as NASA 518.  Assigned to Grumman Aircraft, Witham Field, Stuart, FL.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Apr 5, 1980 to Apr 24, 1989
Registered as NASA 512.  Registered as N512NA; cancelled.
Assigned to 1108th Aviation Classification Repair Depot  [Avcrad], Gulfport, MS
Now on display at Texas Transportation Museum (Krister Aviation and Space Museum), Amarillo, TX.  
Noted recently at English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
5882 to MASDC as YA0110 Oct 29, 1985
5883 to MASDC as YA0023 Aug 1, 1972.  Seen in yard at 91st Av, Glendale, AZX jan 2008
5884 to MASDC as YA0105 Aug 21, 1985.
5886 to MASDC as YA0088 Jul 31, 1978.
5887 to MASDC as YA0051 Feb 19, 1973
5888 to MASDC as YA0047 Dec 19, 1972
5889 to MASDC as YA0045 Dec 15, 1972.  Noted as N134GM (but painted as 69-1702) at American Wings Air Museum,
Anoka County-Blaine AB, MN. Acquired by Cavanaugh Flight Museum,
Addison, TX Aug 2005.
5890 flyable as N1209P with Charlotte Historical Aviation Museum, NC
5891 to RV-1D.  To MASDC as YA0092 Aug 8, 1978.
5892 to MASDC as YA0031 Aug 24, 1972
5893 to MASDC as YA0107 Sep 18, 1985
5895 to MASDC as YA0108 Sep 18, 1985
5896 loaned to US Navy as 625896 and used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, code 34 
with US Army colors and titles.  Returned to US Army
5897 to MASDC as YA0046 Dec 15, 1972.
5898 to MASDC as YA0007 May 1, 1972.  On static display at Fort Belvoir, VA.
5899 to MASDC as YA0086 Jul 31, 1978.  Returned to service.
5901 to MASDC as YA0053 Feb 25, 1973
5902 to MASDC as YA0080 Aug 23, 1977.  Built as OV-1C.  Converted in January 1987 to OV-1D. Acquired on unknown 
date By Paul S. Pefley. Aircraft parked at Lantana Airport, Lantana, Florida. 
5903 modified as Grumman G-452 JOV-1B for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.  To MASDC as YA0057 Jun 11, 1973.  
5903 on static display at Cartersville-Bartow County Airport, Cartersville, GA.  In 2012 seen at 
Mallards Landing Airport near Locust Grove/McDonough Georgia south of Atlanta 
5904 (73rd Aviation Company 210th Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) hit by lighting 
and crashed SW of Saigon in Nau Nghia Province, South Vietnam Aug 29, 1969.  One crew ejected and was 
rescued, but other crewman was killed in the crash. 
5905 to MASDC as YA0017 Jun 27, 1972
5906 to MASDC as YA0048 Feb 23, 1973.  Cockpit at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
62-5921 ... 62-5925
LTV/Hiller/Ryan XC-142A
Chance-Vought/LTV Hiller-Ryan VHR-447.  Tilt wing experimental aircraft designed to investigate the 
operational suitability of vertical/short takeoff and landing transports.
5921 crashed May 10, 1967 due to fault in tail pitch rotor.
5924 delivered from Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV), Dallas, TX.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 13, 1968 to May 5, 1970
Registered as NASA 522.  Assigned 1970 to USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
Preserved and on display in the experimental aircraft hangar at the National Museum of the 
United States Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH.
62-12197 ... 62-12198
Curtiss-Wright X-19A
Model 200 tilt-wing VTOL light transport.
12197 (c/n 1) registeration N853.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 
Oct 11, 1960 to Oct 24, 1961.  Returned to Curtiss-Wright, Caldwell, NJ.
Crashed at NAFEC Caldwell, NJ Aug 25, 1965 following loss of propellers.  
Both crew ejected safely
12198 completed but never flown.  Later became derelict at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.  Transferred to
USAF Museum in 2007.  In 2013 was in restoration hanger of USAF Museum.
63-7976 ... 63-8045
Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
MSN 18593/18662.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
7976/7982,7984,9785,7988,7991/7993,7995/7997,7999,8002/8004,8006/8008,
8011,8013,8015,8017,8018,8020/8025,8027/8033,8035/8041,8043 to KC-135R.
7977 (MSN 18594) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Western Challenge" with 19th ARW in Apr 1989.
7979 (MSN 18596/T0635) named "The Savage" with 351st ARS, 100th ARW in May 2000.  To 22nd ARW, then to 91st ARS
7980 (MSN 18597/T0636) to Project Speckled Trout, KC-135R used as avionics and air refuelling testbed, 
named after Faye Trout, the civilian progam monitor at the Lab.  412th FLTS deactivate, then to 418th FLTS
7983 (MSN 18600) crashed near Howard AB, Panama Jun 17, 1986.  4 crewmembers killed.
7986 (MSN 18603) to AMARC as CA0086 Sep 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7989 (MSN 18606) struck on unlit ramp at Lockbourne AFB, OH by 63-7980 
and fire erupted Mar 8, 1973.  Derelict fuselage still at
Lockbourne in late 1970s as fire training carcass.
7990 (MSN 18607, 410th BW) water-injection system failed during takeoff at Dyess AFB,
TX and crashed Jan 31, 1989.  19 crew and passengers onboard killed.
7994 (MSN 18611) converted to EC-135G launch control center.  To AMARC as CA0045 Sept 11, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7995 (MSN 18612) named "Firefly" with 19th ARW in Sep 1988.  Converted to KC-135R
7997 (MSN 18614) converted to KC-135R and named "Ilmalaiva" with 384th BW in Oct 1988.
7998 (MSN 18615) delivered to USAF Nov 22, 1963.
Assigned November 1963 to 91st Bombardment (Heavy) Wing (Strategic Air Command), Glasgow AFB, MT
Assigned June 1964 to 310th Strategic Aerospace Wing (SAC), Schilling AFB, KS
Assigned January 1966 to 92nd Strategic Aerospace Wing (SAC), Fairchild AFB, WA
Assigned April 1966 to 22nd Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), March AFB, CA
Assigned April 1989 to 376th Strategic Wing (SAC), Kadena AB
Assigned 1992 to 92nd Wing (Air Combat Command), Dyess AFB, TX
Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX
To MASDC as CA0100 May 23, 1994.  4 November 1994, moved from Aerospace Maintenance and 
Regeneration Center (AMARC), Davis Monthan AFB, AZ to NASA Ellington Field, TX
Registered NASA 931 January 1995.  Registered N931NA Dec 3, 1997; current
Used for the Reduced Gravity Research Program for weightlessness 
simulations.  Used to film the weightless sequences in the Tom Hanks film *Apollo 13*.  
29 Oct 2004 final research mission.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Dec 10, 2004. 
7999 (MSN 18616) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Snuffy's Toy" with 319th BW in Apr 1989.
8001 (MSN 18618) named "Miss Link" with 305th ARW in Sep 1988.  Converted to EC-135G launch control center.  
To AMARC as CA0017 May 18, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8003 (MSN 18620) named "Hump Happy Pappy" with 351st ARS, 100th ARW in May 1994.
8005 (MSN 18622) on display at Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
8008 (MSN 18625/T0664) named "Nightmare" in Nov 1994 with 100th ARW.  To 351st ARS, then to 22nd ARW.
8009 (MSN 18626) to AMARC as CA0073 Jul 26, 1993.  To Singapore AF as 750
8016 (MSN 18633) to AMARC as CA0099 May 12, 1994.  To Singapore AF as 753
8017 (MSN 18634) named “City of Little Rock” with 43rd BW in January 1965. As KC-135R named "City of Spokane"
with 92nd Wing in May 1992.  As KC-135R named “The Latest Rumor”
with 100th ARW in May 1998.
8019 (MSN 18636) named "Risky Business" with 96th Wing Aug 1992.  Converted to KC-135R.  Stationed at RAF 
Mildenhall with 100th ARF
8020 to Project Creek Falcon
8022 (MSN 18639) named "City of Wichita" with 22nd ARW in Sep 1997
8023 (MSN 18640) named "Ultimate Warrior" with 305th ARW in 1990.  Named "Wabash Cannonball" with 351st ARS/100th
ARW in 1996.
8024 (MSN 18641) named "City of Atwater" with 93rd Wing Oct 1991.
8026 converted to KC-135R
8030 (MSN 18647) named "Enforcer" with 319th BW Sep 1988.  Converted to KC-135R
8031 (MSN 18648/T0687) to 92nd ARW, then to 22nd ARW.
8032 (MSN 18649) named "Orca" with 93rd BW in Jul 1991.
8033 named "Mad Man" with 5th ARW in Jun 1989.  Loaned to France.
8037 converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Mar 5, 2013.
8038 (MSN 18655) named "The Contender" with 416th BW Jul 1991.  
8042 crashed at Walker AFB, NM Jun 3, 1965 during series of touch and go landings.  5 killed.
8043 (MSN 18660) named "Equalizer" with 917th ARS/96th BW in 1991.  Converted to KC-135R
8045 converted to KC-135R
63-8111 ... 63-8247
Northrop T-38A-50-NO Talon
MSN N.5458/5594.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
8112,8117,1849,8153,8162,8164,8166,8172,
8175,8187,8207,8211,8214,8215,8247 converted to AT-38B.
8181,8188,8193,8200,8204 transferred to NASA.
8113,8116,1881,8127,8138,8139,8144,8150, 8155,8156,8177,8184,8230,8241 leased to Taiwan.	
8113 (MSN N.5460) to AMARC as TF0349 Mar 19, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8115 (MSN N.5462) to Turkish AF as 2-115
8116 (MSN N.5463) to AMARC as TF0341 Sep 14, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8117 AT-38B.  Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, Holloman AFB, NM.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Jun 28, 1991.
Seen at Newport News Williamsburg IAP in Virginia in 2010, apparently no longer being used.
8119 (MSN N.5466) to AMARC as TF0120 Jul 8, 1992.
8120 (MSN N.5467) to AMARC as TF0158 May 25, 1993.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8121 (MSN N.5468) to Turkey as 2-121
8123 (MSN N.5470) to AMARC as TF0130 Jul 17, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8124 (MSN N.5471) to AMARC as TF0229 Oct 28, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8125 on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
8126 (MSN N.5473) to AMARC as TF0348 Mar 19, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8127 (MSN N.5474) to AMARC as TF0351 Apr 2, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8129 (MSN N.5476) to AMARC as TF0325 Oct 4, 1996.  To Yanks Fighter
Museum, Chino, CA
8131 (MSN N.5478) to AMARC as TF0281 Jan 9, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 7, 2010.
8132 (MSN N.5479) to AMARC as TF0223 Jul 29, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8133 (MSN N.5480) to AMARC as TF0269 Sep 21, 1994. To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 21, 2010
8134 used in filming of "I Dream of Jeannie" TV show.
8135 (MSN N.5482) to US Navy as 638135.
8137 (MSN N.5484) to Turkish AF as 2-137
8138 (MSN N.5485) to AMARC as TF0350 Apr 2, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8139 (MSN N.5486) to AMARC as TF0346 Sep 21, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8141 (MSN N.5488) to AMARC as TF0181 Jun 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8142 (MSN N.5489) to AMARC as TF0232 Sept 6, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8144 (MSN N.5491) to AMARC as TF0354 May 2, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8145 (MSN N.5492) to Turkish AF as 2-145
8147 (MSN N.5494) to AMARC as TF0246 Sep 14, 1994.  Leased to South Korean AF.
Returned to AMARC as TF0362 Jul 1, 2008
8148 (MSN N.5495) to AMARC as TF0320 Apr 3, 1996.
8149 (MSN N.5496) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0084 May 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8150 (MSN N.5497) to AMARC TF0219 Jul 27, 1993.  To Taiwan.
Back to AMARC as TF0330 Aug 30, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8151 (MSN N.5498) to Turkish AF as 2-151
8152 (MSN N.5499) to AMARC as TF0249 Sept 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8154 (MSN N.5501) to AMARC as TF0297 Feb 14, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 19, 2010.
8155 (MSN N.5502) to AMARC as TF0340 Sep 12, 2006.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8157 (MSN N.5504) to Turkish AF as 2-157
8159 (MSN N.5506) to Turkish AF as 2-159
8161 (MSN N.5508) to Turkish AF as 2-161
8163 (MSN N.5510) to AMARC as TF0294 Feb 3, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 6, 2010.
8164 (MSN N.5511) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0106 Aug 19, 1991.
Returned to service with 49th FW.  Was with 12th FTW at Randolph AFB in 2013
8166 (MSN N.5513) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0096 Jul 12, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8167 (MSN N.5514) to AMARC as TF0287 Jan 12, 1995.
8168 (MSN N.5515) to AMARC as TF0246 Sept 14, 1994.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8171 (MSN N.5518) to civil registr as N6738TC
8172 (MSN N.5519) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0073 Apr 5, 1991.  Noted Jul 2005
at USAF Museum, OH.
8173 (MSN N.5520) to Turkish AF as 2-173
8174 (MSN N.5521) to AMARC as TF0175 Jun 15, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8175 (MSN N.5522) converted to AT-38B.  named "City of Alamagordo" with 479th TTW in Mar 1989.
8176 (MSN N.5523) to Turkish AF as 2-176
8177 (MSN N.5524) to AMARC as TF0257.  To RoCAF as 3821.  Crashed Feb 24, 1998 into sea off Tungho after crew was
forced to eject due to engine problems.
8178 (MSN N.5525) to AMARC as TF0188 Jun 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8179 (MSN N.5526) to AMARC as TF0234 Sept 6, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8180 (MSN N.5527) to Turkish AF as 2-180
8181 (MSN N.5528) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX
Registered as NASA 901.  Crashed St Louis, Missouri Feb 28, 1966.  Both crew (astronauts 
Elliot See, Jr and Charles Bassett) killed.   Aircraft was replaced by 66-8381 but with same NASA 
registration number.
8182 on display at Heritage Air Park (Plant 42), Palmdale, CA.
8183 (MSN N.5530) to Turkish AF as 2-183
8184 (MSN N.5531) to AMARC as TF0236.  To Taiwan
8185 (MSN N.5532) to AMARC as TF0238 Sept 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8188 crashed on approach at Ellington AFB, TX Oct 3, 1964 after bird strike.  Astronaut Theodore C. Freeman ejected
unsuccessfully.
8189 (MSN N.5536) to AMARC as TF0247 Sept 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8190 (MSN N.5537) to Turkish AF as 2-190
8191 (MSN N.5538) to Turkish AF as 2-191
8193 (MSN N.5540) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 902.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N902NA to NASA, Houston; current	
8195 (MSN N.5542) to Turkish AF as 2-195
8196 (MSN N.5543) to AMARC as TF0267 Sept 21, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8197 (MSN N.5544) to AMARC as TF0137 Jul 22, 1992.  To USS Saratoga
Museum.  Seen in pieces in backyard of Quonset Air Museum, Rhode Island in Jul 2014, awaiting restoration
8198 (MSN N.5545) to AMARC as TF0209 Jul 16, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8200 (MSN N.5547) to US Navy as 638200.  Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as 
the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 903
Designated T-38N.
8201 (MSN N.5548) to Turkish AF as 2-201
8202 (MSN N.5549) to AMARC as TF0148 Jul 30, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8203 (MSN N.5550) to Turkish AF as 2-203
8204 (MSN N.5551) Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 904.
Registered to NASA Oct 12, 1978; registered as N904NA to NASA, Houston; current	
8205 (MSN N.5552) to Turkish AF as 2-205
8206 (MSN N.5553) to Turkish AF as 2-206
8208 (MSN N.5555) to Turkish AF as 2-208
8209 (MSN N.5556) to Turkish AF as 2-209
8210 (MSN N.5557) to Turkish AF as 2-210
8211 (MSN N.5558) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0091 Jun 21, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8214 (MSN N.5561) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0100 Jul 25, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8215 (MSN N.5562) converted to AT-38B.  To MASDC as TF0011.  Returned
to service.
8216 (MSN N.5563) to Turkish AF as 2-216
8218 (MSN N.5565) to AMARC as TF0263 Sep 20, 1994.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 19, 2010.
8219 (MSN N.5566) to AMARC as TF0324 Sept 25, 1996.  Returned to service
8220 (MSN N.5567) to Turkish AF as 2-220
8221 (MSN N.5568) to AMARC as TF0293 Feb 2, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8222 (MSN N.5569) to AMARC as TF0169 Jun 4, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8224 (MSN N.5571) to AMARC as TF03412 Dec 15, 1995.  Now on display
at Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, Oregon
8225 (MSN N.5572) to AMARC as TF0228 Oct 6, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8226 (MSN N.5573) to Turkish AF as 2-226
8227 (MSN N.5574) to Turkish AF as 2-227
8228 (MSN N.5575 )to AMARC as TF0136 Jul 20, 1992.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8229 (MSN N.5576) to AMARC as TF0286 Jan 12, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 14, 2010.
8230 (MSN N.5577) to AMARC as TF0255.  To Taiwan.
8231 (MSN N.5578) to Turkish AF as 2-231
8232 (MSN N.5579) to AMARC as TF0200 Jul 9, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8233 (MSN N.5580) to Turkish AF as 2-233. Crashed Aug 8, 1988 near
Balikesir, Turkey.  2 crew killed
8234 (MSN N.5581) to AMARC as TF0327 May 20, 1997.  To Yankee Fighter
Museum, Chino, CA Jul 17, 2001
8235 (MSN N.5582) to AMARC as TF0160 May 26, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
8236 (MSN N.5583) to AMARC as TF0213 Jul 21, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
8237 (MSN N.5584) to Turkish AF as 2-237
8238 (MSN N.5585) to Turkish AF as 2-238
8239 (MSN N.5586) to AMARC as TF0239 Sep 7, 1994.  Leased to 
South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0363 Jul 8, 2008 
8240 (MSN N.5587) to Turkish AF as 2-240
8241 (MSN N.5588) to MASDC.  To Taiwan.
8243 (MSN N.5590) to AMARC as FF0252 Sep 15, 1994.
Leased to South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0364 Jul 12, 2008
8246 (MSN N.5593) to AMARC as TF0240 Sep 7, 1994.  Leased to South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC
as TF0365 Jul 9, 2008 
63-8500 ... 63-8738
Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
MSN 722/880, 884/963.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8500 (MSN 722) to MASDC as XA0178 Jun 3, 1976.  To N337WN with State of Washington
8501 (MSN 723) to US Navy as 638501.  To MASDC as XA0063 Apr 8, 1974.  To Royal Norwegian AF in 1976 as 501.  W/o 1980
8504 (MSN 726) to MASDC as XA0077 Sep 25, 1975.  To USAF registry
as HF0110 Sep 5, 1979.  Back to Army registry as XA0269 Mar 3, 1981.
Noted Aug 2003 in Canadian War Museum, Ottawa
8507 (MSN 729) to US Navy as 638507.
8508 (MSN 730) to MASDC as XA0067 Sep 2, 1975.  To Army registry
as HF0107 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N3080W.
Allegedly the helo converted as "Stealth Star" for film use.
8510 (MSN 732) in May 2014 stored at Fort Sill/Henry Post AAF, Oklahoma.
8512 (MSN 734) to MASDC as XA0266 Feb 26, 1981.  To civil registry as N2087S.  Damaged at Biggs, CA Jun 12, 2007.
8513 (MSN 735) to MASDC as XA0204 Jul 14, 1976.  To civil registry as N99676.  Destroyed Jun 11, 1985 at Green Creek,
Juneau, Alaska
8514 (MSN 736) to MASDC as XA0255 Apr 25, 1977.  To Singapore AF as 268.  On display 
at Singapore Discovery Center, Jurong.
8520 (MSN 742) to MASDC as XA0051 Sep 27, 1973.  To USAF rolls as
HF0101 Sep 5, 1979.
8521 (MSN 743) to US Navy as 638521.  To civil registry as N46942
8523 (MSN 745) to MASDC as XA0056 Nov 12, 1973.  To USAF rolls as
HF0103 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N3121A.
8524 (MSN 746) to US Navy as 638524.  To MASDC as XA0179 Jun 3, 1976.  To South Korea in 1978
8526 (MSN 748) registeree N935MF to state of Maine, Augusta, Maine Sep 11, 1978.  Cancelled.
8528 (MSN 750) to MASDC as XA0167 May 19, 1976.  To civil registry as N844M
8529 (MSN 751) to MASDC as XA0258 May 6, 1977.  To civil registry as N2295B
8530 (MSN 752) to MASDC as XA0254 Apr 18, 1977.  To Singapore AF
8531 (MSN 753) to MASDC as XA0250 Apr 12, 1977.  To Singapore AF
8532 (MSN 754) to MASDC as XA0136 Feb 12, 1976.  To Honduras AF as FAH 904 in 1978
8533 (MSN 755) to MASDC as XA0219 Sep 13, 1976.  To Singapore AF.
Became N479SA, then LV-WGS, then CC-CNK.
Registered Dec 14, 2007 to Consulores Estrategicos y Comunicaciones
Ltda of Tobalaba as CC-PCD.
8534 (MSN 756) to MASDC as XA0136 Feb 12, 1976.  To Honduras AF
8535 (MSN 757) to civil registry as N91281.  Damaged in crash at Okeechobee, FL Jul 16, 2002.
8539 (MSN 761) to MASDC as XA0260 Jun 30, 1977.  To Singapore AF
8540 (MSN 762) to US Navy as 638540.  To MASDC as XA0133 Feb 11, 1976.  To South Korea
8541 (MSN 763) to civil registry as N567SJ
8544 (MSN 766) to US Navy as 638544.  To MASDC as XA0220 Sep 13, 1976.  To Singapore AF
8545 (MSN 767) to US Navy as 638545.
8546 (MSN 768) became N2169K.  Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2006 as scrapped.
8547 (MSN 769) to US Navy as 638547
8548 (MSN 770) to civil registry as N46969.  Damaged at Ennis, MT
Dec 5, 2007.  Destroyed during helicopter logging operations near Orient, Washington May 7, 2015.  Pilot
suffered minor injury.
8551 (MSN 773) to MASDC as XA0131 Feb 2, 1976.  To civil registry as TI-AZK and noted at San Jose IAP, Costa Rica
in Nov 2014.
8553 (MSN 775) to US Navy as 638553
8554 (MSN 776) loaned to US Marine Corps as 638554 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.  
To MASDC as XA0289 Jul 7, 1981.  To civil registry as N39502
8556 (MSN 778) to MASDC as XA0289 Jul 17, 1981.  To civil registry
as N98024
8557 (MSN 779, 118th AC) shot down by ground fire Jun 10, 1965. 5 crew and 2 passanger KIA.
8560 (MSN 782) to MASDC as XA0162 May 17, 1976.  To Republic of Korea AF as 38560.  On display at Jeju
Aerospace Museum, South Korea.
8561 (MSN 783) to US Navy as 638561.  To MASDC as XA0169 May 20, 1976.  To USAF registry
as HF0125 Sep 5, 1979
8563 (MSN 785) at Hurlburt Field, FL
8566 (MSN 788) to MASDC as XA0174 May 28, 1976 
8571 (MSN 793) lost in Vietnam Jun 26, 1964.  2 KIA
8572 (MSN 794) loaned to US Marine Corps as 638572 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67.  Collided with 
CH-53A 153305 while landing near Jacksonville, NC Jun 23, 1967.   22 of 35 onboard killed.
8575 (MSN 797, 119th AHC) shot down by ground fire, crashed and exploded at Qui Nhon, SVN Apr 19, 1965. 4 KIA.
8581 (MSN 803) to MASDC as XA0071 Sep 2, 1975
8582 (MSN 804) to MASDC as XA0184 Jun 11, 1976.  To South Korea
8587 (MSN 809, 48th AHC) shot down by small arms fire in Cambodia Oct 30, 1969. 4 KIA.
8588 (MSN 810) to MASDC as XA0048 Sep 21, 1973.  To Roya. Norwegian AF as 588.  To Kjeller Flyhistorisk Forening,
Lillestrom, Oslo, Norway.  Stored.
8591 (MSN 813) lost in Vietnam Jul 1, 1964.  1 KIA
8592 (MSN 814, 118th AML) lost in Vietnam May 28, 1965.  7 KIA
8594 (MSN 816) lost in Vietnam May 28, 1965.  3 KIA
8595 (MSN 817) to Honduras as FAH 933.  Dumped at Toncontin
8598 (MSN 820) lost in Vietnam Oct 7, 1964.  5 KIA
8602 (MSN 824) loaned to US Marine Corps as 638602 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968
8603 (MSN 825) to US Navy. (HA(L)-3 Det. 3) shot down by ground fire in SVN Apr 28, 1969. 3 KIA, 1 rescued.
8606 (MSN 828) was to have been N82454 but registration not taken up; 
became N606HF Jun 26, 2003.
8610 (MSN 832) to MASDC as XA0076 Sep 18, 1975.  To civil registry as
N5HF in 1976
8611 (MSN 833) to MASDC as XA0045 Sep 21, 1973.  To USAF registry
as HF0096 Sep 5, 1979
8613 (MSN 835) to MASDC as XA0195 Jun 24, 1976.  FMS to South Korea
8614 (MSN 836) to MASDC as XA0197 Jun 25, 1976.  FMS to South Korea
8615 (MSN 837) to MASDC as XA0140 Apr 18, 1976.  To civil registry as N15SD
8622 (MSN 844) to MASDC as XA0118 Jan 14, 1976.  To Panama AF as FAP-117
8630 (MSN 852, 120th CAC) crashed in South Vietnam Dec 12, 1968. 2 crew killed.
8632 (MSN 854) shot down by small arms fire at Qui Nhon peninsula, SVN Apr 19, 1965. 9 KIA. A helo with 
this serial was at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, TX in 2008.
8636 (MSN 858) to MASDC as XA0135 Feb 11, 1976.  To civil registry as N99478
8645 (MSN 867) to MASDC as XA0128 Jan 23, 1976
8646 (MSN 868) loaned to US Marine Corps as 638646 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968
To civil registry as N99634
8654 (MSN 876) lost in Vietnam Dec 30, 1964.  4 KIA
8667 (MSN 892) lost in Vietnam Apr 6, 1965.
8668 (MSN 893) became N9378A, then N400SD, then EC-463, then EC-EVS.
8673 (MSN 898) to MASDC as XA0147 May 5, 1976.  To South Korea
8674 (MSN 899) to MASDC as XA0287 Apr 9, 1981.  To civil registry
as N9650N
8675 (MSN 900) to Honduras as FAH 929.  Dumped at Toncontin
8676 (MSN 901) to MASDC as XA0053 Oct 4, 1973.  To civil registry as
N843M.  Reported substantially damaged at Richvale, CA May 13, 2009
8677 (MSN 902) to MASDC as XA0168 May 20, 1976.  To USAF registry
as HF0124 Sep 5, 1979
8678 (MSN 903) to Honduras AF as FAH 926.  Stored at Toncontin
8679 (MSN 904) to MASDC as XA0261 Jun 30, 1977.  To Singapore AF
8681 (MSN 906) to MASDC as XA0046 Sep 21, 1973.  To USAF registry
as HF0097 Sep 5, 1979.
8682 (MSN 907) loaned to US Marine Corps as 638602 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968
8684 (MSN 909) converted to NUH-1M.  To MASDC as XA0243 Jan 4, 1977.
To civil registry as N0AA
8687 (MSN 912) loaned to US Marine Corps as 638687 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968
8689 (MSN 914) to MASDC as XA0046 Sep 21, 1973.  To USAF registry
as HF0084 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N415A with NASA
8692 (MSN 917) to MASDC as XA0234 Sep 27, 1976.  To Singapore AF
8695 (MSN 920) assigned to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), 
Wallops Island, VA.  Registered as NASA 415.
Registered as N415NA Oct 1, 1982; cancelled Feb 11, 1991 
8698 (MSN 923) to MASDC as XA0192 Jun 18, 1976.  To South Korea 
8699 (MSN 924) was N39SD, registration cancelled by FAA Nov 21, 2007
on sale to owner in Australia, Registered Dec 18, 2007
to Aircraft Technicians of Australia P/L as VH-DHY
8704 (MSN 929) to civil registry as N64771
8708 (MSN 933) to MASDC as XA0060 Jan 6, 1974.  To Singapore AF
8711 (MSN 936) to MASDC as XA0105 Dec 4, 1975.  To Uruguay
8718 (MSN 943) lost in Vietnam Jan 15, 1965.  2 KIA
8721 (MSN 946) to civil registry as N64770
8725 (MSN 950) to MASDC as XA0126 Jan 23, 1976.  To USAF registry
as HF0118 Sep 5, 1979
8728 (MSN 953) became N88389, then EC-EHV.
8730 (MSN 955) to AMARC as XA0106 Dec 4, 1975
8733 (MSN 958) to AMARC as XA0036 Aug 16, 1973.  To USAF registry
as HF0090 Sep 5, 1979
8734 (MSN 959) to AMARC as XA0213 Jul 28, 1976.  To South Korea
8738 (MSN 963) to Honduras AF as FAH 927
63-9766 ... 63-9782
General Dynamics F-111A
MSN A1-01/18.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
9766 preserved at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, California.
9767 used as engine/intake test bed.  Preserved at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul AVN Complex, Illinois.  Museum closed
in 2015, plane moved to Waukegan, IL airport.
9768 (MSN A1-03) used for ground training at Sheppard AFB as GF-111A.  Named "City of Graham" with
Sheppart TTC, Texas in Oct 1988.  Shipped to RAAF Amberley for ground training in  1995. 
Later at RAAF Wagga in New South Wales used for ground training.  Scrapped and fuselage buried at
Swanbank landfill site near Ipswich Nov 2011.
9769 crashed May 18, 1968 during low-speed flyby at airshow at Holloman AFB.  Crew did not 
eject but were not injured.  Did not fly again.
9770 reported as being preserved at McClellan AFB and at Sheppard AFB.  May have been disposed of.  Details?
9771 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Used on evaluating problems with the early F-111A for the Air Force and Navy.
Was on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico on pedestal painted with tail
number "27-234" in 1976.  Repainted in 1997 with correct serial number.
9772 (MSN A1-07) used for ground training at Sheppard AFB.  Named "city of Frederick" with Sheppard TTC,
Texas in Oct 1988.  May have been scrapped in dump at Sheppard AFB in 1991.
9773 used for ground training at Sheppard AFB as GF-111A.  Now on display on G Ave at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
9774 crashed Jan 19, 1967, Edwards AFB due to incorrect wing sweep setting during landing.  
Crew not injured, but pilot went around to unfasten the WSO.  Pilot was standing in a pool
of JP4 fuel which ignited and killed him.
9775 (GF-111A) used for ground training at Sheppard AFB.  Named "City of Vernon" with Sheppard TTC, Texas Oct 1988.
Now on a pedestal at US Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama
9776 converted to RF-111A recon aircraft.  On display at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho as 66-0022.
9777 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Used on evaluating problems with the early F-111A for the Air Force and Navy.
Was first example fitted with ejection module.  To AMARC as FV0008 Jul 29, 1971.  To Fritz Enterprises,
Taylor, MI Apr 1, 1997.  May have been scrapped.
9778 to Dryden Flight Research Facility.  Converted to NF-111A testbed.
Was NASA Transonic Aircraft Technology Test Aircraft 1972, and later as
Advanced Fighter Technology Integration aircraft in 1986.  The supercritical wing improved
the performance of the TACT F-111A.  Preserved and on display at the Air Force Flight 
Test Center Museum, Edwards Air Force Base, CA
9779 to MASDC as FV0013 Dec 7, 1972.  Declared excess Dec 12, 1975.  To McClellan AFB, CA Feb 7, 1983.  
Back to AMARC as FV0022 Feb 12, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Apr 1, 1997.  Believed
to have been scrapped.
9780 crashed Oct 19, 1967 Jacksboro, TX after hydraulic failure made the aircraft un-
controllable.  Crew ejected safely. Escape pod from 63-9780 on display at WPAFB museum.
9781 to MASDC as FV0012 Sept 29, 1972.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Apr Apr 1, 1997.
Believed to have been scrapped.
9782 to MASDC as FV0001 Mar 3, 1970.  To Rome Air Development Center, NY March 18, 1975, where it was reconfigured
as EF-111A.  In late 1975 reconfigured as FB-111A.  Dropped from inventory as salvage July 
31, 1975.  Still used as a  test bed.
9767,9768,9770,9772,9773,9775 converted to GF-111A.
63-12956 ... 63-13002
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 4152/4198.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com	
12959,12960,12962,12963,12970,12973/12976,12979,12982,12986,12989/12991,12993,12996/12998 to UH-1H
12958 (MSN 4154) MIA 6/11/1967 over water during search and rescue mission in Vietnam.  5 crew MIA.
12959 (MSN 4155) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N2220F
12960,12961 to GUH-1H
12962 (MSN 4158) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N81500
12972 (MSN 4168) converted to GUH-1D.  On display at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL Dec 22, 2004.  For a
long time a plane marked as 12973 was on display at VVA Chapter #649, Batavia, Ohio.  Circa 2011 the tail
of the Batavia plane was painted with 12973, but this is probably not the real 12973, since 12973 is N9696S.
12973 (MSN 4169) converted to UH-1H.  Became N9696S with Department of State at Patrick AFB.
12974 (MSN 4170) converted to JUH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0365 Nov 15, 1992.
To NASA
12975 (MSN 4171) registered N812AS Sep 18, 2008
12976 (MSN 4172) converted to JUH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0366 Nov 17, 1988.
Reregistred as HX0366 same day
12979 (MSN 4175) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
12982 (MSN 4178) in May 2005 noted on display at Buffalo and Erie County Military Park, Buffalo, New York and
still there Jul 2009.
12986 (MSN 4182) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0340 Sept 28, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
Seen at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
12990 (MSN 4186) converted to UH-1H.  Preserved at Rochester IAP, New York.
12991 (MSN 4187) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N4230T
12993 (MSN 4189) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0399 MAy 8, 1995.  To Colombia
12995 (MSN 4191, 1st Avn, B Co) shot down by small arms fire Mar 5, 1966. 6 KIA.
12997 (MSN 4193) converted to UH-1H.  On civil registry as N604. Now changed to N174SP.
12998 (MSN 4194) to MASDC as XA0319 Sep 21, 1988
12999 (MSN 4195, 176th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Feb 24, 1969. 4 KIA.
63-13003 ... 63-13004
Ryan XV-8A Fleep
Flexible Wing Aerial Utility Vehicle, nicknamed Fleep, short for Flying Jeep.
13003 assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1962
Tested in the Full Scale Tunnel at Langley
13004 cancelled
63-13286 ... 63-13302
Martin/General Dynamics RB-57F-CF
Rebuilds of existing B-57A, B, and D.  All later redesignated WB-57F.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
13286 was B-57B 52-1589.  To AMARC as BM0006 Apr 28, 1972
13287 was B-57B 53-3864.  Lost Dec 14, 1965 in Black Sea.  May have been shot down by Soviets and crew may have been 
captured.  Exact fate uncertain.
13288 was B-57B 52-1539.  To AMARC as BM0105
13289 was B-57B 52-1527.  To AMARC as BM0103
13290 was B-57B 52-1562.  To AMARC as BM0078 Jun 1, 1973.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
13291 was B-57B 52-1574.  To AMARC as BM0106 May 30, 1974.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
13292 was B-57B 52-1594.  Converted to WB-57F.  Crashed Jun 27, 1972, Manzano Mountains, NM, both crew killed.
Was from 58th WRS.
13293 (MSN 173) was B-57B 52-1583.  To AMARC as BM0065 Apr 24, 1972.  Now at Robins AFB, GA.
13294 was B-57B 53-3935.  To AMARC as BM0108.
13295 was B-57B 53-3918.  To AMARC as BM0074 Jul 26, 1972
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Pulled from storage in May 2011 and to NASA In July 2013 as WB-57F N927NA
13296 was B-57B 53-3897.  To AMARC as BM0107
13297 was B-57B 53-3900.  Converted to WB-57F. Crashed Nov 7, 1966 near Albuquerque, NM.  Both crew killed.  
Was from 58th WRS.
13298 was B-57B 52-1536.  Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.
Registered N928NA; cancelled.  Registered N928NA Jun 23, 2015; current
Used for the NASA WB-57 High Altitude Research Program.
13299 was B-57B 52-1573.  To AMARC as BM0067.
13300 was RB-57A 52-1427.  To AMARC as BM0083.
13301 was RB-57A 52-1432.  To AMARC as BM0084 Dec 23, 1973.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
13302 was RB-57A 52-1433.  To AMARC as BM0109 Jun 5, 1974.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
63-13500 ... 63-13503
Martin/General Dynamics RB-57F
Remanufactured from existing RB-57Ds.  All later redesignated WB-57F.
13500 was RB-57D 53-3972.  To MASDC as BM0110 Jun 6, 1974.
13501 was RB-57D 53-3975.  Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.
Registered as NASA 925.  Used for the NASA WB-57 High Altitude Research Program. 
To MASDC Sep 15, 1982 as BM0141.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ. (BM0141)
13502 was RB-57D 53-3870.  To MASDC as BM0073 Jul 21, 1972.
Scrapped at MASDC 1976.  
13503 was RB-57D 53-3974.  Registered N357AR to the National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA Feb 22, 1994; 
reregistered N926NA.  Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX
Registered N926NA Feb 14, 2003; current.  Used for the NASA WB-57 High Altitude Research Program. 
To AMARC 1996.  Still with NASA Sep 2005.
63-13686 ... 63-13689
de Havilland Canada CV-7 Buffalo
DHC-5 Buffalo originally ordered for US Army and delivered in 1965 as CV-7, but transferred to USAF in 1966-1967 as C-8A.
13686 (MSN 1) delivered as CV-7A to US Army Apr 1965.  Transferred to USAF as C-8A in Jul 1966.  
Assigned to Air Force System Command for testing.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett 
Field, CA Jun 10, 1967.  Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. 
Delivered to Boeing for modification to Augmenter Wing Jet STOL Research Aircraft [AWJSRA].
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA May 1, 1972 to Sep 22, 1981.
Registered as NASA 716.  Registered as N716NA Jul 17, 1969, cancelled 8Sep81 on export to Canada.
To Canadian civil registry as C-CFIU Sep 22, 1981.  To National Research Council
as a flight research laboratory. Scrapped in 1988.
13687 (MSN 2) delivered as CV-7A to US Army May 1965.  Transfered to USAF Jul 1966 as C-8A, assigned to
Air Force Systems Command for testing.  To Univ of Michigan as N326D operating for National Center for
Atmospheric Research.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 3, 1978 to 
Nov 22, 1993.  Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. 
Modified as a Quiet Short-Haul Research Aircraft [QSRA]. Modified by Boeing the QSRA featured four 
jet engines whose exhaust was directed over the upper surface of the wing and curved flaps. Through 
the Coanda effect, a portion of the propulsive force was deflected into propulsive lift while 
lift was further augmented by increased circulation associated with the high-velocity exhaust air 
flowing over the wing. The QSRA demonstrated its STOL performance by operating aboard the aircraft 
carrier USS Kitty Hawk without a need for catapult launch or landing arresting gear.
Registered as NASA 715.  Registered as N715NA Sep 3, 1974, cancelled Sep 24, 1996
13688 (MSN 3) delivered to US Army as CV-7A May 1965.  Transferred to USAF as C-8A Jul 1, 1966, assigned to Air
Force Systems Command for testing.  Returned to de Havilland Canada Feb 8, 1967 as N13689 for upgrade.
To US Department of Commerce as N13689 Sep 1967.  To US Navy as 161546 in 1978.  161546 WFU in late 1980s 
and returned to US Army (still as 161546) and was WFU at Fort Bragg, NC in late 1995.  Registered as N37AU 
to Andrews University Sep 12, 1996, to Public Service Aircraft Inc Oct 24, 2001 and later sold to Kenya as 
5Y-SRK Sep 10, 2004, registered to Sky Relief Services.  Crashed Dec 30, 2006 at Naobi, Jomo Kenyatta IAP, Kenya
while being leased by Red Cross to fly goods to Somalia.
13689 (MSN 4) delivered to US Army as CV-7A Jan 1965.  Sent to Vietnam Nov 1965 for tests, attached
to 2nd Flight Platoon of 92nd Aviation Company at Nha Trang.  Transferred as C-8A to USAF in Jul 1966,
assigned to Air Force Systems Command for testing.  Crashed while landing at NAS Moffett Field, CA
Apr 22, 1967, repaired.  Registered as N13689 to US Department of Commerce (NOAA) Feb 8, 1967.  Used
for coast and geodetic survey.
64-0938 ... 64-0963
McDonnell F-4D-25-MC Phantom
Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0938 (MSN 1288) to AMARC as FP486 Apr 9, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 17, 1998
0939 (MSN 1292) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 5, 1968 to Mar 18, 1968.
To AMARC as FP130 Jun 10, 1988.  To National Jan 16, 1997.
Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001 and salvaged.  There is a report
this plane had gone to South Korean AF, presumably it was returned.
0940 (MSN 1300) loaned to South Korean AF, returned to USAF.  With 4525th FWW crashed near Blythe/Ludlow, California
Jul 13, 1968 due to electrical failure.
0941 (MSN 1306) to Republic of Korea AF in 1969
0942 (MSN 1312) to AMARC as FP484 Apr 9, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 17, 1998
0943 (MSN 1318) to Republic of Korea AF in Aug 1969 as 40-943.  Put into storage at Osan AB.  Now on display at Osan AB, Korea
0944 (MSN 1324) to Republic of Korea AF in Sep 1969
0945 (MSN 1330) to AMARC as FP292 Aug 15, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Dec 17, 1997
0946 (MSN 1334) to Republic of Korea AF in Aug 1969
0947 (MSN 1341) to Republic of Korea AF in Sep 1969
0948 (MSN 1345) to Republic of Korea AF in Sep 1969 as 40-948.  Currently preserved in Boramae Park, Seoul
0949 (MSN 1350) to AMARC as FP488 Apr 10, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Jul 23, 1998
0950 (MSN 1354) to Republic of Korea AF in Aug 1969.  W/o
0951 (MSN 1358) to Republic of Korea AF in Oct 1969
0952 (MSN 1364) allocated civil registration N401AV.  Cancelled July 2001.  Now on a 
pedestal in Lancaster, California.
0953 (MSN 1370) to AMARC as FP489 Apr 10, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000 and salvaged.
0954 (MSN 1374) to Republic of Korea AF .  Also listed as being lost in North Vietnam Dec 18, 1971
0955 (MSN 1379) to Republic of Korea AF in Oct 1969. W/o
0956 (MSN 1383) to AMARC as FP491 Apr 10, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 14, 1999 and salvaged
0957 (MSN 1388) to Republic of Korea AF in Dec 1969
0958 (MSN 1393) to Republic of Korea AF in Nov 1969
0959 (MSN 1398) to AMARC as FP407 Jan 4, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0960 (MSN 1402) w/o with Mar 22, 1974 with 9th TFS, 49th TFW
0961 (MSN 1406) to Republic of Korea AF in Oct 1969
0962 (MSN 1410) to Republic of Korea AF in Aug 1969
0963 (MSN 1415) to AMARC as FP444 Feb 6, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
64-13106 ... 64-13165
Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Company Model 114.  MSN B-78/B-137
13106 (B-78) accepted by the US Army Dec 22, 1964.
Assigned to US Army Aviation Brigade, Fort Rucker, AL –May 1967
Assigned to the US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAAVNTA), Edwards AFB Jun67-Jan68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Aug68-Feb69
Combat damage 21Aug68 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by small arms fire and force landed. 
Airlifted out and repaired.  Destroyed in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969 when enemy sappers
infiltrated the area.  A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyued, another 5 damaged.
13107 (B-79) accepted by the US Army Dec 28, 1964.
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat.  Lost in South Vietnam 
Dec 21, 1967.  Hostile fire caused fire, unable to drop sling load of 105mm 
howitzer, landed on howitzer, aft pylon burned off 30 sec after touchdown.  Total loss.
13108 (B-80) accepted by the US Army Dec 23, 1964
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov 1966-May 1967
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Sep 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar 1968-Apr 1968
Combat damage May 9, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a rocket when parked in an 
unsecured location
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company Geronimos Dec 1968-Oct 1970
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Dec 1970-Dec 1971
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan 1972-Jul 1972
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug 1972-Mar 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Apr 1973-Jan 1975
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 83-24125.
13109 (B-81) accepted by the US Army Dec 29, 1964
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Hit by gunfire Apr 23, 1968 at LZ Pepper in A Shau Valley, South Vietnam and crashed and
burned.  8 injuries.
13110 (B-82) Accepted by the US Army Jan 14, 1965.
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company Hercules, Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA 
Crashed in Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam Nov 15, 1965
13111 (B-83) accepted by the US Army Jan 22, 1965.
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-May68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Nov 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec 1968-Mar 1970
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers" Mar 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Jan 1972-Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company May 1973-Jun 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jul 1974-Apr 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1975-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 83-24110.  
13112 (B-84) accepted by the US Army Jan 27, 1965
Assigned to 228th Assault Support Helicopter Company.   Named "Sorry ‘Bout That" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24114.
13113 (B-85) accepted by the US Army Jan 27, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat –Jul 1967
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Aug 1967–Jan 1969
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb 1969–Aug 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep 1970-Aug 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Feb 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1974-Dec 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jan 1975-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 84-24156. 
13114 (B-86) accepted by the US Army Feb 5, 1965.  Assigned to 202nd Aviation Company 
Crashed Mar 24, 1966 in Vietnam after being hit by fire.
13115 (B-87) accepted by U.S. Army Feb 17, 1965 .  Oct 66 To South Vietnam with 228 ABAH, serving with this unit until Jan 1968.
Feb/Mar 1968 With 79 Transportation Company, Vietnam. (Provided maintenance and technical support)
Apr 1968 To 1st Army, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA for maintenance.
Oct 1968 To 180th Aviation Company, Vietnam. (known as ‘Big Windy’)
Jun 29, 1969 Whilst serving with 180 Aviation Co, suffered slight combat damage over South Vietnam. 
Whilst flying a logistics support mission in level flight at 80 knots, the main rotor system was hit 
once by small arms fire; the helicopter continued on its mission and was repaired in theatre. 
Total flying hours at the time was 1567.
Oct 17, 1969 whilst serving with 79 Transportation Company, to which unit it had just been transferred, 
suffered further slight combat damage over South Vietnam. Whilst flying a logistics support mission 
for troop lift, and descending at 300ft at 80 knots, the aircraft was hit twice in the aft fuselage 
by small arms fire; it continued on its mission and was repaired in theatre.
Served with 79 Transportation Company in Vietnam until March 1971.
May 1971 To 5th Army, St Louis, USA.  July 1971 To 108th Div Tng, (3rd Army Reserve Unit), Charlotte, USA.
Oct 1971 To 1st Army at New Cumberland, Pa for maintenance.
Aug 1972 To 190th Avn Co, 5th Army, Kansas City, USA.  
July 1973 190th Avn Co moved to 6th Army, Naval Air Station, Kansas City, USA.
May 1974 190th Avn Co moved to 6th Army, Olathe, Kansas, USA.
Feb 1975 To New Cumberland for maintenance, and into storage at same location June 1975. ‘Awaiting Disposal’ 
from following month until December 1975 at least.
Jan 7, 1983 Having accumulated 2,407 flying hours as a CH-47A, inducted into CH-47D programme and 
rebuilt as CH-47D 83-24104, MSN M3034,
13116 (B-88) accepted by the US Army Feb 17, 1965.  Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
In accident May 31, 1971 in Vietnam
13117 (B-89) accepted by the US Army Feb 18, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24171
13118 (B-90) accepted by the US Army Apr 16, 1965
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov 1966-May 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-May 1968
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jan 1969-Jan 1970
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company Boxcar Nov 1970-Jun 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24117
13119 (B-91) accepted by the US Army Mar 2, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24178
13120 (B-92) accepted by the US Army Mar 12, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24153
13121 (B-93) accepted by the US Army Mar 10, 1965.
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
Accident Jul 23, 1966 South Vietnam when the non-Instrument rated pilot entered IFR and 
crashed from loss of ground reference and vertigo. Two killed; 9 injured.
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24174
13122 (B-94) accepted by the US Army Mar 10, 1965.  Exhibited at the Paris Air Show, Le Bourget, 1965
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Jun 1968-Feb 1969		
Named "Giddy-Up-Go".   Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24120
13123 (B-95) accepted by the US Army Mar 24, 1965
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" [1965-66]
Accident Sep 23, 1966 South Vietnam. The #1 engine failed; when the crew attempted to jettison 
the 6000 lb sling load, the cargo hook failed to open on normal or emergency release. The aircraft 
made a crash landing in a rice paddy.
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jul 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep 1969-Dec 1969
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company (Aircraft General Support) Dec 1970-Dec 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jun 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jul 1973-
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Oct 1975-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24168
13124 (B-96) accepted by the US Army Apr 6, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
Shot down by AAA at A Shau Valley, Quang Tri Province, SVN Apr 19, 1968. 3 KIA, 2 injured.
13125 (B-97) accepted by the US Army Apr 20, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24159
13126 (B-98) accepted by the US Army Apr 21, 1965
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov 1966-May 1967
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Sep 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec 1968-Nov 1969 
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1969-Apr 1970
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry May 1970-Sep 1970		
Named "Bad News" 
Assigned to 56th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct 1970-Feb 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, May 1971-Jul 1972
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Aug 1972-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24165
13127 (B-99) accepted by the US Army Apr 16, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" –Jun 1967
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep 1968-Dec 1969
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company Jan 1970-Sep 1970
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct 1970-Apr 1971
Assigned to 173rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jun 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Jul 1971-Oct 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Mar 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jun 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Jul 1973-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Sep 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24123
13128 (B-100) accepted by the US Army May 8, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion – Mar 1967 
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr 1967-May 1967
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Sep 1968-May 1969
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Jun 1969-Nov 1969
Crashed Nov 3, 1969 in Vietnam.
13129 (B-101) accepted by the US Army May 10, 1965
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Nov 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Apr 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Sep 1970-Jun 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Apr 1974 in storage
Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1974-Jul 1975
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, awaiting disposal
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24162
13130 (B-102) accepted by the US Army May 6, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" –Jun 1967
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Nov 1968-Sep 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Nov 1969-Sep 1971	.   Named "Good Vibrations" 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Sep 1973 in storage
Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24180
13131 (B-103) accepted by the US Army May 12, 1965
Assigned to 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion.  Crashed in Vietnam Nov 12, 1966
13132 (B-104) accepted by the US Army Jun 3, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23388
13133 (B-105) accepted by the US Army Jun 3, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23389
13134 (B-106) accepted by the US Army Jun 17, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23387
13135 (B-107) accepted by the US Army Jun 23, 1965.
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Sep 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01676
13136 (B-108) accepted by the US Army Jun 25, 1965
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct 1971-Sep 1972
To Royal Thai Army May 6, 1970 as 13136.  Noted derelict at Lopburi Maintenance Batallion Nov 1995. 
Noted in use as a para-trainer at Camp Erawan, Lopburi, Thailand Aug 2012
13137 (B-109) accepted by the US Army Jun 28, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat –Sep 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-Jun 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb 1969-Jul 1969
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Longhorn Aug 1969-Nov 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Nov 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jun 1973 
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Florida; 195th Aviation Company, Fort Meade, FL Jul 1973-Jun 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct 1974-Jul 1975 
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 86-01635
13138 (B-110) accepted by the US Army Jul 8, 1965
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" 
Crashed near Di Linh, SVN due to engine failure May 4, 1966. 3 crew and 27 passengers killed.
13139 (B-111) accepted by the US Army Jul 6, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
Crashed Feb 7, 1968  at Red Beach Base, South Vietnam when struck by mortar fire on ground
in Vietnam.
13140 (B-112) accepted by the US Army Jul 16, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion –Feb 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar 1969-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct 1971-Sep 1972
MAP delivery to Royal Thai Army [sic] as 13140.  Returned to US Army and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 84-24154
13141 (B-113) accepted by the US Army Jul 14, 1965
Assigned to 203rd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1971-Mar 1972.  Named "Autobus" 
Transferred to South Vietnam AF Jun 30, 1972.  Captured by North
Vietnamese in 1975 at end of war.
13142 (B-114) accepted by the US Army Jul 19, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company Boxcar –Feb 1968
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Sep 1968-Jul 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Aug 1969-Sep 1970
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Feb 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Jul 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01662
13143 (B-115) accepted by the US Army Jul 24, 1965
MAP transfer 1972 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13143.
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang.  
Shot down by SA-7 missile May 31, 1974
13144 (B-116) accepted by the US Army Jul 24, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Longhorn –Oct 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company Geronimos Jul 1969-Aug 1970
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Florida; 195th Aviation Company, Fort Meade, FL Sep 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23774
13145 (B-117) was prototype armed Chinook (ACH-47A)  First flight Nov 6, 1965.  Assigned to 
Field Evaluation Detachment [Special/CH-47/Provisional], Fort Benning, GA, for unit training 
Mar 1966	Named "Crazy 8"; later as "Co$t of Living".  Renamed 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field 
Evaluation (Provisional).  Assigned to the US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAAVNTA), Edwards AFB 
for advanced tests.  Shipped to Vietnam Dec66 to replace the loss of 64-13151.
Assigned to 1st Aviation Detachment (Provisional) Jan67, attached to the 1st Cavalry Division’s 
228th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion at An Khe, South Vietnam.
Lost at Bong Son, SVN, May 5, 1967 with 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation
(Provisional), due to 20 mm cannon hits on its forward rotor system from its own weapon. Eight KIA
13146 (B-118) accepted by the US Army Aug 2, 1965.  
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" –Apr 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-Mar 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Dec 1968-Feb 1969
Destroyed on ground Feb 26, 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North Vietnamese 
Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. A total 
of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes had 
minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
13147 (B-119) accepted by the US Army Aug 6, 1965.
MAP transfer 1972 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13147.
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost to North Vietnamese action Mar 23, 1975
13148 (B-120) accepted by the US Army Aug 16, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Jul 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-Jun 1968
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Mar 1969-Sep 1969
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company Flippers Oct 1969-Nov 1970.  Named "Trans Love Airways" 
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct 1971-Sep 1972
MAP delivery to Royal Thai Army as 413148. 
Preserved and on display at the Royal Thai Army Aviation Center, Lopburi, Thailand as 3148 by Nov 1995.
13149 (B-121) modified as ACH-47A gunship.  Assigned to Field Evaluation Detachment [Special/CH-47/Provisional],
Fort Benning, GA Apr 1966 for unit training. 
Renamed 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation (Provisional).  
Shipped to South Vietnam May66 for TDY testing Jul 1966-Dec 1966. Attached to and supported by 
147th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion, Vung Tao, South Vietnam
Redesignated Jan 1967 as 1st Aviation Detachment (Provisional), attached to the 1st Cavalry 
Division’s 228th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion at An Khe, South Vietnam.
Assigned to 765th Transportation Battalion Mar 1968-Jan 1972
To Vung Tau, South Vietnam from Mar 1968 to Mar 1072 as a GIA for maintenance training by Boeing.
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Aug 1972
"Easy Money" ended up in the boneyard at Savannah Army Depot. Boeing had evaluated the airframe 
for possible conversion to the prototype CH-47D, but it was found to be too corroded to be of any use.
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA for sheet metal training 
before it was moved to the base scrap yard.
Restored at Fort Eustis, moved and placed on permanent display at the United States Army Aviation 
and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama on May 1st, 2000.
13150 (B-122) accepted by the US Army Aug 28, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Jun 1967
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Jul 1967-May 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company Geronimos May 1969–Aug 1970
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1972-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Feb 1974-Dec 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1975-Jul 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard Aug 1975-  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24163
13151 (B-123) accepted by the US Army Dec 10, 1965.  Modified as ACH-47A gunship.  
Assigned to Field Evaluation Detachment [Special/CH-47/Provisional], Fort Benning, GA Apr 1966 for 
unit training.  Shipped to South Vietnam May66 for TDY testing Jul 1966-Aug 1966.
Operated by Army Concept Team in Vietnam May-Aug 1966
Renamed 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation (Provisional).  
Attached to and supported by 147th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion, Vung Tao, South Vietnam.
'Stump Jumper' destroyed Aug 5, 1966 at Vung Tau in ground taxi accident with another Chinook
13152 (B-124) accepted by the US Army Sep 8, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Mar 1967
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Apr 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar 1968-Apr 1968
In the hover while preparing to drop a sling load of ammunition, the crew reported an 
explosion in the aft pylon in vicinity of number two engine. The aircraft settled to the ground 
nose down with violent shudders and a fire in the aft area. The crew exited, one with 3rd degree 
burns. Twenty minutes later the fire caused the ammunition to explode, destroying the aircraft.
On April 19, 1968 three Army helicopters were shot down in the A Shau Valley of South Vietnam. 
All three were making supply runs to Landing Zone Tiger in Quang Tri Province. Five men 
survived the three crashes, and nine men remain missing. 
13153 (B-125) accepted by the US Army Sep 15, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Jun 1967
Crashed SVN Jun 25, 1967.  Smoke was detected in the aft pylon area and the crew found a 
fire while in-flight. The crew made a safe landing but the fire was out of control and 
consumed the aircraft. Suspect an aft vertical shaft thrust bearing failure. The crew chief 
bailed out on final approach. The aircraft was destroyed by friendly fire to prevent capture 
of load and sensitive equipment
13154 (B-126) accepted by the US Army Sep 16, 1965
Modified as ACH-47A gunship.  Operated by Army Concept Team in Vietnam May-Aug 1966.
Later Renamed 1st Aviation Detachment, 2nd/20th Aerial Rockter Artillery.
"Birth Control" Destroyed by NVA mortar fire after forced landing north of Hue, Feb 22, 1968.
The crew were rescued but the aircraft was destroyed by NVA mortar fire before it could be salvaged.
13155 (B-127) accepted by the US Army Sep 17, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Mar 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Oct 1968-Sep 1969
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Mar 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1972-Aug 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Florida; 195th Aviation Company, Fort Meade, FL Sep 1973-Mar 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Apr 1974-Jan 1975
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Feb 1975-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01663.
13156 (B-128) accepted by the US Army Sep 29, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –May 1966
Crashed near Tay Ninh, SVN May 30, 1966.  3 killed.  The aircraft was internally loaded with 
30 barrels of MOGAS fuel. The weather was marginal at the LZ which was atop Nui Ba Den, a 
mountain near Tay Ninh. The LZ was a radio relay site manned by ARVNs with a Special Forces 
advisor. The ARVNs had a small village for their families just below the helipad; the rest 
of the mountain belonged to the Viet Cong. The helipad was built for an UH-1 Huey but with 
care a CH-47A Chinook could land on the mountain top. An approach through clouds to the pad 
was tried but missed slightly causing the aircraft to roll down the side of the mountain 
through the village. The MOGAS drums rolled into rocks and burst open causing fuel to 
flow downhill and catch fire which killed over 70 villagers and destroying the village. The 
aircraft was totally destroyed. There was no trace of the village.
13157 (B-129) accepted by the US Army 19Oct 19, 1965.
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –May 1968
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jun 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Nov 1970-Aug 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Nov 1971-May 1972
Crashed May 10, 1972 in Vietnam.  The aircraft was part of a flight of four Chinooks that 
picked up infantry troops from the 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry at the Sandy Pad at Bien Hoa Army Base. 
The troops were being taken to Vung Tau for a three day in-country R&R. As the aircraft 
neared Long Thanh North airfield, other Chinooks in the flight described the aircraft as 
exploding like a light bulb flash. Since there had been an increase in NVA activity at An Loc, 
the aircraft was thought to have been shot down. The remaining CH-47's sped from the area. 
It was learned later that the aircraft had a material failure of a blade retaining pin. 
5 crewmen and 29 soldiers were lost.
13158 (B-130) accepted by the US Army Oct 29, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Aug 1967
Crashed near Mo Duc, SVN Aug 18, 1967.  The aircraft, with a heavy internal load of steel fence 
stakes, lost rotor RPM during the take off from the LZ at Mo Duc. The crew chief reported a 
fire in the aft transmission and during the emergency forced landing the rotor blades struck a 
stone or concrete arch. When the aircraft impacted the ground, the cabin broke apart and was 
consumed by fire. There were no fatalities.	
13159 (B-131) accepted by the US Army Oct 9, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Dec 1967
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar 1969-Oct 1969
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company Nov 1969-Oct 1970
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1970-Aug 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1972-Nov 1972 
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Dec 1972-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01638
13160 (B-132) accepted by the US Army Oct 20, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov 1968-Jul 1969
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Aug 1969-Apr 1970
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" May 1970-Mar 1972
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, in storage
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24166.
13161 (B-133) accepted by the US Army Nov 18, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" May 1969-Aug 1969
Crashed Aug 30, 1969 near Nui Dat in Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam in support
of Australians. All 5 onboard killed.
13162 (B-134)  accepted by the US Army Nov 17, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" 
Lost power and crashed on takeoff in SVN Jun 27, 1966. Copilot KIA, 1 badly burned 
and 3 other survived
13163 (B-135) accepted by the US Army Oct 29, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Aug 1968-Nov 1968
In accident Nov 26, 1968 in South Vietnam. Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter 
Battalion "Wildcat" Oct 1970-Mar 1972.
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1972-Jun 1972
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13163.
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost Mar 23, 1975.
13164 (B-136) accepted by the US Army Nov 9, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Nov 1967
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Dec 1967-Mar 1968
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Longhorn Aug 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 540th Transportation Company Jun 1969-Feb 1971
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Mar 1971-Aug 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1972-Nov 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Dec 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01641.
13165 (B-137) accepted by the US Army Nov 12, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Dec 1967
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Jan 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec 1968–Aug 1969
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK May 1970-Jul 1972
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug 1972–Feb 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Mar 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00072
64-13492 ... 64-13901
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquis
MSN 4199/4608.
13492/13495,13497,13498,13502,13504,13506,
13507,13509/13511, 13513,13514,13517,13528,
13533,13536,13538/13540,13544,13546,13553,
13557,13558,13560/13562,13564,13565,13569,
13572,13574,13577,13579/13581,13584/13586,
13591/13593,13598,13601,13603,13605,13609,
13611,13614,13617,13619,13621,13623,13624,
13626,13628,13629,13632,13638,13639,13644,
13646,13650,13652,13654,13656,13660,13666,
13667,13669,13670,13672/13675,13678,13679,
13682,13683,13685,13686,13688/13691,13694/13697,
13699,13701,13709/13711,13713,13718,13721,13723,
13729/13732,13736,13739,13740,13743,13745,
13747,13750,13751,13753,13754,13759,13761,
13765/13768,13770,13771,13773,13774,13777,
13779,13783,13784,13786,13790,13791,13794,
13796,13798,13801/13805,13807,13808,13810,
13811,13813,13814,13816,13818/13820,13822,
13823,13827,13840/13844,13849,13851,13852,
13855,13856,13858,13859,13861,13864,13866,
13868,13869,13872,13873,13875/13877,13879,
13880,13882,13885,13887/13890,13892,13895/13901
converted to UH-1H.
13514,13586,13614,13624,13656,13873,13895
converted to GUH-1H
13492 (MSN 4199) noted at Quonset Air Museum, RI Sep 2002.
13493 (MSN 4200) relegated to ground instructional airframe at Seattle
Aeronautics Division Apr 20, 2004.  Registration N95AD reserved
since Jan 10, 1994, but cancelled Sep 30, 2004 as 'destroyed'.
N95AD registration restored Jan 21, 2008
13494 (MSN 4201) on display at Ropkey Armor Museum, Crawfordsville, Indiana
13497 (MSN 4204) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N497SD
13502 (MSN 4209) at Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, Oregon
13513 (MSN 4220) seen at Nassau Tech, Farmingdale, NY.  Still there Jul 2003.
Noted Sep 2006 at Empure State Aerosciences Museum, 
Schenectady County AP, NY
13536 (MSN 4243) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N23Y Mar 1995, cancelled Jun 12, 1998.
On September 10, 1996 the aircraft was destroyed during an intentional autorotation at Leadville, Colorado. 
The crew was conducting high altitude flight tests pursuant to obtaining two STCs (Supplemental Type Certificates): 
SR000267, for the T53-L-703 engine installation, and SR00266SE, for the installation of a tractor tail rotor 
system from a Bell 205.  Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired 20Mar97
13540 (MSN 4247) to US Navy as 413540.  At Ft. Rucker, Alabama
13544 (MSN 4251) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0508 Oct 29, 1995.  Registered N7130B
Sep 8, 2005.  Registered N421NC since Dec 24, 2013.
13553 (MSN 4260) converted to UH-1H. To civil registry as N812SB
13555 (174th AHC, 14th AVN BN, 164th AVN group) crashed after engine failure in SVN Oct 19, 1967.  1 killed, 9 injured.
13560 (MSN 4267) to civil registry as N72382, N214KK taken up Dec 2002
13562 (MSN 4269) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N600SL
13569 (MSN 4276) noted Oct 2003 preserved at Kansas ANG facility, Forbes 
Field, Topeka, KS
13571 (MSN 4278) crashed in dense fog near Yarmouth, MASS Jun 17, 1989.
13572 (MSN 4279) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8152Q
13573 (MSN 4280) to Honduras AF as FAH 940.  W/o Dec 20,1991
13574 (MSN 4281) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0529 Oct 2, 1995.
To Mexico
13584 (MSN 4291) to US Navy as 413584.  To AMARC as XA0341
13586 (MSN 4293) on civil registry as N64586.
13587 (MSN 4294, 155th AHC) shot down by automatic weapons fire near Plei Dyereng, SVN Oct 30, 1966. 4 KIA.
13591 to AMARC as XA0316 Sep 16, 1998
13592 (MSN 4299) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0342 Sep 29, 1988
13599 (MSN 4306, 155th AHC) on takeoff hit trees and crashed in SVN May 27, 1966. 7 KIA, 3 injured.
13601 (MSN 4308) to City of Onawa, Iowa
13603 (MSN 4310) converted to UH-1J.  To AMARC as XA0481 Sep 25, 1995.  Registration N454AB reserved
Nov 7, 2005, taken up Jan 23, 2006.  N454AB cancelled by FAA Jun 12, 2006
on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registered Jul 27, 2006 to Leading
Edge Aviation CC of Nelspruit as ZU-LEA
13605 (MSN 4312) registered N721AS Sep 18, 2008
13611 (MSN 4318) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  Preserved Arroyo, Puerto Rico as 017598.
13614 (MSN 4321) to Florida Military Aviation Museu, Wauchula, Florida
13617 (MSN 4324) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N538 Mar 1995.  Registration N205PJ reserved
Mar 5, 2004.  Registered N205PJ Apr 14, 2004.
13619 (MSN 4326) registration N619WR reserved Aug 27, 2007, taken
up Sep 3, 2008.  At Wings and Rotors Air Museum, Temecula/
French Valley Airport.
13621 to AMARC as XA0335
13623 (MSN 4330) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0463 Sep 18, 1995.  Currently
N641BV. N641BV cancelled Aug 27, 2008 on sale to owner in
South Africa.  Registered Sep 15, 2008 to Leading Edge Aviation CC
of Nelspruit as ZS-HCR
13624 (MSN 4331) to Texas Air Museum, Rio Hondo, Texas.  Since Aug 2010 preserved at a Vietnam
Memorial in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
13626 (MSN 4333) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0326 Sep 21, 1988
13628 (MSN 4335) Assigned to US Army, NARF, NAS Pensacola, FL.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Apr 4, 1973 to Mar 1, 1978
Registered as NASA 542.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA, Mar 1, 1978 to Sep 29, 1993.
Registered as NASA 734.  Used for rotorcraft research.
Assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL.  Registered as N417NA to NASA Kennedy Space Center 
Dec 16, 1993; current with private owner
13629 (MSN 4336) registored N405AS Sep 13, 2010 and to Yemen AF Jan 2011.
13632 (MSN 4339) to US Navy as 413632
13639 (MSN 4346) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0484 Sep 26, 1995.  Registration N614BV reserved
Feb 16, 2006, taken up Apr 28, 2006.  Registered N405AS Oct 8, 2008
13643 (MSN 4340) on display at Georgia Veterans State Park, Cordele, Georgia.  It served in Viet Nam with the 114th 
AV COM as both a transport and medivac, from Viet Nam it went to Germany, in 1974 
it was converted to UH1H.  They have it displayed as a D model and members from 
the 114th AV Com have installed a memorial listing all servicemen from the 114th killed in Viet Nam
13644 (MSN 4341) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was seen Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
13645 (MSN 4352, 498th Med Co) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 21, 1967. 2 KIA, 2 injured.
13646 (MSN 4353) to US Navy as 413646.  To AMARC as XA0371 Dec 24, 1998
13649 (MSN 4356) to El Salvador AF as FAES 272
13650 (MSN 4357) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0524 Oct 2, 1995.  Registered N7106S
Sep 8, 2005.
13654 to AMARC as XA0357 Oct 5, 1998
13656 (MSN 4363) to Central California Historical Military Museum, Dos Palos, California
13660 (MSN 4367) converted to UH-1H.  to AMARC as XA0394 May 5, 1995
13661 (MSN 4368) to West German AF as KL-101, then 70+37
13662 (MSN 4369) to West German AF as KL-102, then 70+38
13666 (MSN 4373) became N601MP, later N19SP with New York State Police.
13667 (MSN 4374) bears civil registration N7042N.  May be destined for Philippine AF.
13670 (MSN 4377) is gate guard at Vietnam Veterans National Memorial, Angel Fire, New Mexico.
13672 (MSN 4379) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0467 Sep 22, 1995.  Registration
N64NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006
13674 (MSN 4381) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
13675 (MSN 4382) to US Navy as 413675.  Registration N361SB reserved Jul 1996, cancelled Nov 3, 2005 as NTU.
On display in October 2014 at the Army Medical Department Museum, Fort Sam Houston, Texas 
13678 (MSN 4385) mounted on a post at American Legion Post #80, Minninocket, ME.
13679 (MSN 4386) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N763W
13682 (MSN 4389) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA-507 Oct 2, 1995.  Registration
N379RZ reserved May 5, 2009, not taken up.  Registered N4082P Jun 4, 2009
13686 (MSN 4393) registered N490AS Sep 18, 2008
13688 (MSN 4395) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1215F
13689 (MSN 4396) to civil registry a N302HP then to N623PB.
13691 (MSN 4398) to US Navy as 413691.  Became N382CJ Feb 1994.  Registration N382CJ 
cancelled Jun 19,2008 as scrapped.
13693 (MSN 4400) on display in 2012 at Georgia Veterans Park, Cordele, Georgia.
13694 (MSN 4401) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional aiframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was seen Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker.
13695 (MSN 4402) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0397 May 8, 1995
13697 (MSN 4404) currently N4396H, N205GF reserved Aug 16, 2004, taken up Dec 8, 2004.
13698 (MSN 4405) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13699 (MSN 4406) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  Converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N83NW
13700 (MSN 4407) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13701 (MSN 4408) to VFW Post #10815, Meriden, Kansas
13702 (MSN 4409) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13704 (MSN 4411) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13705 (MSN 4412) with 128th AHC in Vietnam
13708 (MSN 4415) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13709 (MSN 4416) preserved Alexandria, Louisiana 
13710 (MSN 4417) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N79NW
13711 (MSN 4418) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N121PT
13714 (MSN 4421) with 114th AHC in Vietnam
13716 (MSN 4423) transfered to Philippine AF.  Crashed at Davao Intl APT Aug 14, 2001 after engine failure.
13721 (MSN 4428) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0400 May 8, 1995
13722 (MSN 4429, 118th AHC) the right cargo door came off on takeoff and hit the main rotor blades, the the 
plane crashed and burned in South Vietnam Sep 3, 1967. 7 KIA.
13723 (MSN 4430) became N8160V.  Registration cancelled by FAA Feb 10, 2009 as "destroyed"
13724 (MSN 4431, 121st AHC) a soldier popped off an M-79 grenade round, which exploded in the helo and crashed 
in SVN Jul 11, 1966. 4 crew and 9 soldiers KIA.
13725 (MSN 4432) with 605 TC CO in Vietnam
13726 (MSN 4433, 118th AHC) the tail boom was chopped by the main rotor blades and crashed in SVN Jan 17, 1967. 8 KIA.
13727 (MSN 4434) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13729 (MSN 4436) to VFW Post #5305, Conover, North Carolina
13730 (MSN 4437) registration N371SP reserved Jul 1996, cancelled Nov 3,2005 as NTU
13731 (MSN 4438) on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
13732 (MSN 4439) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  To Army National Guard
13736 (MSN 4443) seen at Fort Mitchell, Alabama Oct 2009.  To City of Bainbridge, Georgia
13738 (MSN 4445, 335th AHC) crashed after midair collision with UH-1D 66-1159 near Bien Hoa, SVN May 1, 1967. 4 KIA.
13739 (MSN 4446) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0530 Oct 2, 1995.  Registration N642NH
reserved Sep 21, 2005, taken up Nov 7, 2005.
13740 (MSN 4447) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0318 Sep 19, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
13745 (MSN 4452) to VFW Post #7166, South Hill, Virginia
13747 (MSN 4454) registered N308AS Sep 18, 2008
13750 (MSN 4457) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N124FC
13751 to AMRC as XA0367 Nov 19, 1988
13753 (MSN 4460) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker, AL
13758 (MSN 4465) to US Navy as 413758
13765 (MSN 4472) to US Navy as 413765
13767 (MSN 4474) preserved by Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association and currently with North Carolina branch at.
Hillsborough, North Carolina.  Noted on display at Pope AFG in Oct 2007.
13768 (MSN 4475) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N43960.  Registration
N43960 cancelled by FAA Apr 24, 2009 as "scrapped".  In 2010 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
13770 (MSN 4477) became N205DF April 1994
13774 (MSN 4481) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N208BM.
Registration N208BM cancelled Apr 8, 2007.  Returned to 
military as 64-13774.  Registered N774HF Oct 21, 2008.
13775 (MSN 4482) hit by ground fire and crashed in South Vietnam Nov 24, 1966
13778 (MSN 4485) crashlanded in South Vietnam Jan 8, 1968 and SOC.
13782 (MSN 4489) destroyed in crash landing in South Vietnam Nov 16, 1966
13784 (MSN 4491) registered N2048K Feb 10, 2006, registration N4092P reserved
Mar 6, 2007, taken up Jun 19, 2007.  Registration N4092P
cancelled Apr 30, 2008 on sale to owner in South Africa, registered
ZS-HBU Jul 17, 2008
13785 (MSN 4492) hit by ground fire over South Vietham and crashed Jul 1, 1967
13786 (MSN 4493) to Vietnam Veterans Association #203, Chattanooga, Tennessee
13799 (MSN 4506, 68th AHC) crashed due a mine explosion in SVN Mar 19, 1967. 3 KIA.
13802 (MSN 4509) to Peruvian AF as FAP-625
13803 (MSN 4510) to Peruvian AF as FAP-626
13804 (MSN 4511) to Peruvian AF as FAP-627
13805 (MSN 4512) to Peruvian AF as FAP-628
13806 (MSN 4513) to West German AF as KL-103, then 70+39.
13808 (MSN 4515) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0531 Oct 3, 1995.  Registration N643NH
reserved Sep 21, 2005, taken up Nov 7, 2005
13810 (MSN 4517) became N945MF.  Cancelled Aug 1, 2004 as scrapped.
13811 (MSN 4518) registered N410AS Sep 18, 2008
13813 (MSN 4520) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0472 Sep 25, 1995.  Registered N614NH Nov 7, 2005
13814 (MSN 4521) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0325 Sep 21, 1988
13816 (MSN 4523) to US Navy as 643816.  to AMARC as XA0348 Sep 30, 1988
13819 (MSN 4526) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911CE
13820 (MSN 4527) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N80780
13822 (MSN 4529) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N2290F
13823 (MSN 4530) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8230H
13827 (MSN 4534) to US Navy as 413827.  To AMARC as XA0336
13841 (MSN 4548) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0539 Oct 3, 1995
13842 (MSN 4549) to Peruvian AF as FAP-629
13843 (MSN 4550) FMS to Panama.  To Peruvian AF as FAP-630
13849 (MSN 4556) to Southeastern Equipment Company Services of Augusta, GA as N6385D
13851 (MSN 4558) to VFW Post #4139, Lapeer, MI
13853 (MSN 4560, 162nd AHC) crashed into a rice paddy in SVN Jun 6, 1969. 4 crew injured, 7 OK.
13855 (MSN 4562) to civilian registry as N9214B
13858 (MSN 4565) registration N312CF reserved Apr 13, 2005.  Registration taken up Jul 7, 2005
13859 (MSN 4566) noted Oct 16, 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum,
Pasa Robles, CA
13861 (MSN 4568) damaged by small arms fire Nov 15, 1966, SEA, repaired.   To civilian 
registry as N205TA.  To ZK-HYG Apr 2001
13864 (MSN 4571) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N353SD Feb 8, 2008.   Registration N353SD cancelled Feb 7, 2012
13865 (MSN 4572) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0459 Sep 15, 1995.  Registration N454BB reserved Nov 7, 2005,
taken up Feb 2, 2006.  Registration N121TG May 29, 2007.
Registered N2777W Jul 2, 2007.
13869 (MSN 4576) to US Navy as 413869
13872 (MSN 4579) to US Navy as 413872
13876 (MSN 4583) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0407 May 15, 1995
13877 (MSN 4584) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0396 May 5, 1995.  Sold to
Colombia in 1997.
13878 (MSN 4585) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
13880 (MSN 4587) to civil registry as N56CF Sep 1995.  Crashed Mar 25, 2001
13881 to West German AF as KL-104, then 70+40
13882 (MSN 4589) at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP, Minnesota
13888 (MSN 4595).  Registration N8115F reserved Jun 2000.
13891 (MSN 4598) with 119 Assault Helicopter Companyh crashed Jul 19, 1966 after midair collision with TO-1D
57-2829 at Camp Holloway, South Vietnam.
13895 (MSN 4602) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
13896 (MSN 4603) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0359 Oct 6, 1988.  In use combat arms firing range, Davis-
Monthan AFB.
13898 (MSN 4605) registeed N810AS Sep 18, 2008
13901 (MSN 4608) to US Navy as 413901
64-13902 ... 64-14100
Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
MSN 1026/1224.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
13903 (MSN 1027) to US Navy as 413903
13907 (MSN 1031) transferred to NASA
13911 (MSN 1035) to US Navy as 413911.  To MASDC as XA-235 Sep 27, 1976.  To Honduras AF in 1978
as FAH905
13914 (MSN 1038) noted 2002 at Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village, Polson, MT fitted 
with boom from UH-1A 58-3019
13919 (MSN 1043) to US Navy as 413919.  To AMARC as HF0093 Sep 5, 1979 (ex XA0040) 
13920 (MSN 1044) to MASDC as XA0082 Nov 19, 1975
13921 (MSN 1045) stored at Illinois Aviation Museum, Plainfield, Illinois at Clow Airport Aug 2013.
13922 (MSN 1046) to Venezuelan AF as 0947.
13923 (MSN 1048) to US Navy as 413924
13925 (MSN 1049) to MASDC as XA0078 Sep 14, 1975
13926 (MSN 1050) to MASDC as XA0191 Jun 18, 1976
13932 (MSN 1056, 129th AHC) shot down by automatic weapons fire in SVN Oct 7, 1966
13933 (MSN 1057) to MASDC as XA0043 Sep 8, 1973.  To HF0095 Sep 5, 1979
13939 (MSN 1063) to US Navy as 413939.  To MASDC as XA0196 Jun 25, 1976
13940 (MSN 1064) to US Navy as 413940.  Registered as N91259 seen at Georgia Southern Technical College, Americus, Georgia 
Nov 20, 2009
13942 (MSN 1066) to US Navy as 413942
13943 (MSN 1067) to US Navy as 413943.  To MASDC as XA0236 Sep 27, 1976.  To 
Honduras AF as FAH 924.  Dumped at Toncontin
13946 (MSN 1070) to Venezuelan AF as 8519 and put on displa in Museo de la AMBV, Maracay, Venezuela
13948 (MSN 1072) to US Navy as 413948.  To MASDC as XA0231 Sep 21, 1976.  To N9044N in 1978
13949 (MSN 1073) to US Navy as 413949.  To civil registry as N99021
13951 (MSN 1075, 116th AHC) shot down by ground fire in SVN Nov 28, 1966. 4 KIA.
13952 (MSN 1076) to US Navy as 413952
13956 (MSN 1080) to US Navy as 413956
13957 (MSN 1081) to MASDC as XA0251 Apr 12, 1977.  To Singapore AF Sep 13, 1978
13958 (MSN 1082) to US Navy as 413958.
13959 (MSN 1083, 129th AHC) crashed into a mountain in Vietnam Dec 2, 1969. 4 KIA.
13960 (MSN 1084) redesignated GUH-1B
13961 (MSN 1085) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 961.  Marked as 961 (should have been JT-E, but no longer
carried) in Royal Norwegian AF/UN markings mounted on pole at Rygge AB, Norway.
13962 (MSN 1086) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 962.  Crashed Apr 1, 1968 at Hjerkinn, Norway
13963 (MSN 1087) to Royal Norwegian AF as 963, then became LN-ORW
(LN-ORN and LN-10 were both originally reserved but neither
was taken up).  Reported 2006 under rebuild using using tailboom
of UH-1B 61-0699.
13965 (MSN 1089) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 965.  Crashed Dec 4, 1968 at Kongsberg, Norway
13966 (MSN 1090) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 966, code JT-B.  Now at Forsavarets
Flysamling at Gardermoen near Oslo, Norway
13967 (MSN 1091) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 967.  Crashed Sep 13, 1989 at Hjerkinn, Norway
13969 (MSN 1093) to US Navy as 413969
13970 (MSN 1094) to MASDC as XA0172 May 20, 1976.  To civil 
registry as N87923, later N600MA
13975 (MSN 1099) To US Navy as 413975.  To MASDC as XA0240 Dec 2, 1976, to USAF
registry Sep 5, 1979 as HF0138.
13976 (MSN 1100) to MASDC as XA0241 Dec 1, 1976.  To USAF registry
as HF0139 Sep 5, 1979.
13979 (MSN 1103, 197th AHC) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Nov 9, 1965. 1 KIA, 3 injured.
13980 (MSN 1104) to US Navy as 413980.  Registration ZS-RXX reserved Aug 25, 2004 but
NTU.  Registered Mar 24, 2005 as ZU-RXX.  Was originally N37BA.
Re-registered as ZS-RXX Apr 7, 2005 and seen as XS-RXX Apr 30, 2005.  Registration
ZS-RXX reserved Jun 23, 2005.
13982 (MSN 1106) to US Navy as 413982.  To MASDC as XA0262 Jun 30, 1997.  To Singapore AF
Sep 13, 1978
13985 (MSN 1109) to US Navy as 413985
13986 (MSN 1110) stored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008
13988 (MSN 1112) to US Navy as 413988, may be 413988
13989 (MSN 1113) to US Navy as 413989.  To MASDC as XA0019 Aug 8, 1973.
13990 (MSN 1114) to US Navy as 413990.  To Honduras as FAH 934.  Stored at Toncontin with Museo del Air de Honduras Nov 2007.
14000 (MSN 1124) to civil registry as N65380.  then to EC-EOH, then CC-CIZ
14001 (MSN 1125) loaned to US Marine Corps as 414001 at MCAS New River, North Carolina 1966/67, returned to US Army in 1968.  
Noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Noted up for sale on Ebay.
14003 (MSN 1127) to US Navy as 414003.  To MASDC as XA0208 Jul 14, 1976.  To South Korea in 1977
14005 (MSN 1129) at Patton Museum, Fort Knox, KY
14006 (MSN 1130) to MASDC as XA0059 Dec 5, 1973.  To USAF inventory
as HF0104 Sep 5, 1979.
14007 (MSN 1131) to US Navy as 414007
14010 (MSN 1134) to MASDC as XA0187 Jun 16, 1975.  FMS to South Korea Jun 9, 1977.
14013 (MSN 1137) to US Navy as 414013.
14020 (MSN 1144) to US Navy as 414020.  To MASDC as XA0072 Sep 14, 1975
14022 (MSN 1146) to US Navy as 414022.  To MASDC as XA0035 Aug 14, 1973.  To USAF inventory
as HF0089 Sep 5, 1979
14027 (MSN 1151) to MASDC as XA0242 Dec 2, 1976.  TO USAF inventory
as HF0140 Apr 7, 1980
14029 (MSN 1153) to MASDC as XA0129 Jan 23, 1976.  To USAF inventory
as HF0120 Sep 5, 1979
14031 (MSN 1155) to US Navy as 414031.
14033 (MSN 1157) to US Navy as 414033.  To MASDC as XA0129 Jan 23, 1976.  To USAF inventory as HF0120 Sep 5, 1979
14034 (MSN 1148, 20th ARA) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 29, 1967. 4 KIA.
14036 (MSN 1150) to US Navy as 414036.
14037 (MSN 1151, 20th ARA) crashed due engine failure after takeoff in SVN Jul 12, 1968. 3 KIA.
14038 (MSN 1162) to Rocky Mountain Helicopters in 1980.  To Western Helicopters, Inc in 1981.
Involved in accident while filming *Twilight Zone: The Movie*, killing actor Vic Morrow
and two child actors Jul 23, 1982.  Detonation of debris-laden special effects 
explosions too near the helicopter led to FOD damage and delamination of the rotors.
14040 (MSN 1164) to US Navy as 414040.  To MASDC as XA0198 Jun 25, 1976.  To South Korea Jun 13, 1977
14043 (MSN 1167) crashed at Ban Me Thuot (Vietnam) Apr 15, 1969
14046 (MSN 1170) to civil registry as N92376 with State of Georgia Dept of Transport.
14047 (MSN 1171, 161st Avn) crashed after midair collision with UH-1C 65-9486 at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jun 27, 1966. 4 KIA.
14049 (MSN 1173) registered N1022Q Nov 17, 2005
14050 (MSN 1174) to MASDC as XA0107 Dec 15, 1975.  To Panama AF as FAP-113
Jun 14, 1976
14057 (MSN 1181) to MASDC as XA0137 Feb 12, 1976.  
14065 (MSN 1189) under restoration at Whittier Aviation Museum, March Field, CA
14070 (MSN 1194) to US Navy as 414070
14073 (MSN 1197) to MASDC as XA0083 Nov 19, 1975.
14074 (MSN 1198) to MASDC as XA0081 Oct 24, 1975.  To USAF registry
as HF0112 Sep 5, 1979
14075 (MSN 1199) to MASDC as XA0049 Sep 27, 1973.  To USAF registry
as HF0099 Sep 5, 1979
14076 (MSN 1200) to US Navy as 414076.  To MASDC as XA0152 May 13, 1976.  To N845M
14077 (MSN 1201) to MASDC as XA0218 Sep 10, 1976.  To Singapore AF Aug 7, 1978
14079 (MSN 1203) to Royal Norwegian AF as 079.  Noted spring 2004 at Norwegian 
Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway 
14081 (MSN 1205) to US Navy as 414081.  To MASDC as XA0173 May 20, 1976.  To South Korea Apr 6, 1978
14082 (MSN 1206) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 082, code JT-H.   (720th Skv) crashed at Hanko, Norway Sep 18, 1987.
14083 (MSN 1207) to US Navy as 414083
14084 (MSN 1208) to US Navy as 414084
14087 (MSN 1211) to US Navy as 414087.  To MASDC as XA0193 Jun 18, 1975.  To South Korea AF Jun 10, 1977
14088 (MSN 1212) crashed in heavy rain in Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.   Crew of 3 KIA.
14090 (MSN 1214) to US Navy as 414090.  To MASDC as XA0221 Sep 13, 1976.  Became N90632, then EC-EOX
14091 (MSN 1215) to US Navy as 414091.  To MASDC as XA0058 Nov 26, 1973
14094 (MSN 1218) to MASDC as XA0175 May 28, 1976.  To USAF registry
as HF0126 Sep 5, 1979.
14096 (MSN 1220) to MASDC as XA0194 Jun 22, 1976.  To South Korea Jun 10, 1977
14100 (MSN 1224) to MASDC as XA0079 Sep 14, 1975.  To Panama AF as FAP-115
Jun 14, 1976
64-14238 ... 64-14273
Grumman OV-1B Mohawk 
For U. S. Army.  Build numbers 66B/101B.  All converted to RV-1D except 14240/14242,
14249,14251,14257,14264,14266.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
14238 to MASDC as YA0034 Aug 28, 1972.  Must have been returned
to service, (RV-1D) crashed Weisbaden AB, Germany Sep 8, 1984 after birdstrike
shortly after takeoff.  Both crew ejected safely, aircraft burned out.
14239 (RV-1D) used as range target, Pil Sung, Korea
14240 crashed Thua Thien, Vietnam Mar 4, 1976
14241 crashed in Vietnam Jun 27, 1970.
14242 modified as Grumman G-452 JOV-1B for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.  Crashed in Vietnam Oct 19, 1969. 
14243 (RV-1D) was used by the US Environmental Protection
Agency and contracted to US Geological Survey to survey the route of the Trans-Alaska oil
Pipeline and to study pack ice.  Transferred to the US Navy Test Pilot School, NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
ca 1974 as 414243 for use by the Army element there.  Returned to US Army
Now on static display at Kenosha Military Museum, WI
14244 assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH
Registered as NASA 637.  Registered as N637NA Jan 12, 1973, cancelled Feb 27, 1979.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Apr 22, 1978 to Mar 24, 1980.
Registered as NASA 518.
Assigned to DCASPRO, Grumman Aircraft, Witham Field, Stuart, FL.  Later converted to RV-1D.
Scrapped at 1108th Aviation Classification Repair Depot  [Avcrad], Gulfport, MS
14245 to MASDC as YA0015 Jun 23, 1972.  Returned to service, (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea Aug 1991.
14246 (RV-1D) with Kentucky Aviation Museum.  Reservation N2405Q reserved.
14247 (RV-1D) on static display restored as OV-1B at Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA.  
14248 (RV-1D)
14249 to MASDC as YA0009 May 25, 1972.  Used as range target, Peterson AFB, CO.
14250 to MASDC as YA0038 Oct 2, 1972.  Returned to service, (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea Jul 1991.
14251 to MASDC as YA0066 Aug 7, 1973.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Jun 12, 1999.
14252 to MASDC as YA0008 May 1, 1972.  Returnet to service, (RV-1D) on static display at Camp Shelby, MS.
14253 (RV-1D) crashed in Korea Dec 10, 1984.
14254 (RV-1D) Stuttgart, Germany Mar 7, 1979.
14255 (RV-1D) used as range target Townsend, GA.
14256 to MASDC as YA0033 Aug 28, 1972.  Returned to service, (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea May 1996.
14257 shot down by ground fire at Vung Tau, Vietnam Mar 29, 1968.  Observer ejected safely and recovered, 
pilot fate unknown.
14258 (RV-1D) for restoration at Lantana, FL.  Fuselage only noted by Mar 1997.
14259 (RV-1D) as range target Townsent, GA.
14260 to MASDC as YA0029 Aug 17, 1972, returned to service.  (RV-1D) as range target, Pil Sung, Korea
14261 to MASDC as YA0024 Aug 7 1972.  Returned to service,(RV-1D) as range target Townsend, GA
14262 (RV-1D) used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland as 414262.  Returned to US Army.
Flying with American Wings Air Museum, MN as N134RV
14263 (RV-1D) used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland.  Returned to US Army.
Scrapped in Korea Feb 1995
14264 (RV-1D) crashed in Vietnam Oct 26, 1968
14265 (MSN 938, RV-1D) parts reportedly used in restoration of 68-16998(16994?).  Remainder
presumably scrapped.
14266 crashed in Vietnam Sep 28, 1966.
14267 (RV-1D) used as range target, Townsend, GA
14268 to MASDC as YA0030 Aug 17, 1972, returned to service.  (RV-1D) scrapped Oct 1989 Stuart, FL
14269 (RV-1D) used as range target Pil Sung, Korea
14270 (RV-1D) used as range target Townsend, GA
14271 (RV-1D) crashed Osan, Korea Dec 1994.
14272 (RV-1D) crashed in Germany Oct 29, 1979
14273 (RV-1D) shot down in Kuwait Feb 28, 1991 during medevac mission.
64-18262 ... 64-18270
Hawker-Siddeley P-1127 Kestrel
The nine aircraft were built for and operated by the Tripartite Evaluation Squadron, the three 
parties being the Royal Air Force, the Luftwaffe and the USAF.  RAF serials XS688/XS696 were allocated 
during the evaluation by all three countries while based in the UK. At the end of the trials, 
three aircraft were allocated to each of the three countries but Germany declined to take up the 
offer, their three aircraft being transferred to the USAF.
Although the USAF allocated FY64 serials to all nine aircraft, the USAF was only allocated three 
but also took the additional three German aircraft; the RAF retained the remaining three.
VZ-12 was a US Army designation for two P-1127 development aircraft which were
not delivered.
XV-6A was designation for the six Kestrels that were evaluated by Navy, Marines,
Army and Air Force.
18262 (RAF XS688) at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
18263 (RAF XS689) assigned to Eglin AFB, FL.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 23, 1966 to Jun 20, 1974.
Registered as NASA 521.  Registered as N521NA Feb 25, 1971; cancelled Jul 31, 1974.
Assigned to Andrews AFB, MD.  Later at Virginia Air
and Space Center, Hampton, VA.  Now at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
18264 (RAF XS690) to Museum of Army Aviation, Fort Rucker, AL  In 2012 was in the storage lot at
Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.  Went on display at Pima Air and Space Museum Nov 19, 2014.
18265 (RAF XS691) Assigned to US Navy 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1972 to 1973
Assigned to US Army, Fort Eustis, VA.  Withdrawn from use at Edwards AFB Jan 1970.
18266 (RAF XS692) Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 30, 1970 to Jul 19, 1974.
Registered as NASA 520.  To City of Hampton, VA for display.
Preserved and on display at Air Power Park, Hampton, VA
18267 (RAF XS693) NTU, retained in UK by Blackburn for engine development.
crashed near Boscombe Down Sep 21, 1967 following engine failure.
18268 (RAF XS694) used by USAF in the UK and shipped to USA upon completion of trials Jan 11, 1966. 
Assigned to Eglin AFB, FL.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 23, 1966 
to May 13, 1970.  Registered as NASA 520.  Salvage.
18269 (RAF XS695) NTU. Regained in UK for blind landing trials.  Accident 
at Boscombe Down Mar 15, 1967.  To RAF Museum in 1974.  Became Royal 
Navy instructional airframe A2619.  Currently under restoratin for display
at RAF Museum Cosford
18270 (RAF XS696) NTU, retained in UK.  Caught fire on takeoff at West Raynham Apr 1, 1965
and damaged beyond repair.
The following numbers are out of sequence.  They were probably
composed from manufacturer's construction numbers.
65-0216 ... 65-0281
Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter
MSN 300-6067/6109,6111/6133.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
All converted to C-141B except 0274, 0281	
0216 (MSN 300-6067) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0187 
Oct 6, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0217 (MSN 300-6068) to AMARC as CR0136 Jul 24, 2001
0218 (MSN 300-6069) to AMARC as CR0140 Sep 5, 2001
0219 (MSN 300-6070) to AMARC as CR0137 Jul 30, 2001
0220 (MSN 300-6071) to AMARC as CR0135 Jul 8, 2001
0221 (MSN 300-6072) to AMARC as CR0148 Jan 16, 2002
0222 (MSN 300-6073) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0170 Jan 6, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008			
0223 (MSN 300-6074) to AMARC as CR0058 Oct 1, 1998.  Broken up
Aug 20, 2003
0224 (MSN 300-6075) to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0139 Aug 21, 2001
0225 (MSN 300-6076) converted to C-141B.  To AMARC as CR0211 Jul 14, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0226 (MSN 300-6077) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0222 Apr 8, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0227 (MSN 300-6078) to AMARC as CR0057 Sep 18, 1998.  Broken up
Aug 19, 2003.
0228 (MSN 300-6079) converted to GC-141B and used as instructional airframe at
Sheppard AFB.  Noted on dump there in Jan 2000 but gone
by Aug 2000, presumably scrapped.
0229 (MSN 300-6080) converted to C-141C.  Flew last C-141 troop paradrop May 13, 2004 at
Fort Benning, GA.  TO AMARC as CR0223 Apr 15, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0230 (MSN 300-6081) to AMARC as CR0095 May 2, 2000.
0231 (MSN 300-6082) to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0123 Apr 5, 2001.
0232 (MSN 300-6083) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0177 Sep 2, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0233 (MSN 300-6084) named "Spirit of Suison City" with 60th AW Feb 1993.  Fuselage used for instructional 
purposes Laguna AAF, AZ.  To AMARC as CR0009 Sep 15, 1994, reallocated to ZH0001
0234 (MSN 300-6085) to AMARC as CR0066 Apr 2, 1999.  Broken up
Aug 27, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0235 (MSN 300-6086) to AMARC as CR0133 Jul 3, 2001
0236 (MSN 300-6087) on display at Scott AFB Heritage Air Park, Illinois.
0237 (MSN 300-6088) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0208 Apr 8, 2004.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0238 (MSN 300-6089) to AMARC as CR0081 Jan 20, 2000.  Reported Aug 2004 for sale as lot 1071/4
0239 (MSN 300-6090) named “Forty-Niners” with 60th AW in March 1992.  To AMARC as CR0097 May 4, 2000.
0240 (MSN 300-6091) to AMARC as CR0142 Nov 7, 2001
0241 (MSN 300-6092) to AMARC as CR0084 Feb 3, 2000.  Reported Aug 2004 for sale as lot 1071/3
0242 (MSN 300-6093) converted to C-141B.  To AMARC as CR0067 Apr 5, 1999.
0243 (MSN 300-6094) converted to C-141B.  To AMARC as CR0068 Apr 6, 1999.  Broken up
Sep 15, 2003.
0244 (MSN 300-6095) to AMARC as CR0096 May 3, 2000.
0245 (MSN 300-6096) converted to C-141B, then converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0188 Oct 8, 2003
0246 (MSN 300-6097) burned left wing off after taxiing accident
at Travis AFB, CA Oct 15, 1986.  Later used as instructional
airframe at Travis AFB.  To AMARC as CR0188 Oct 8, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0247 (MSN 300-6098) to AMARC as CR0011 Sep 15, 1995.  Broken up
Jun 13, 2003.
0248 (MSN 300-6099) converted to C-141C.  Left Robins AFB, Georgia Oct 16, 2003 having had the final C-141 PDM 
(Programmed Depot Maintenance).  To AMARC as CR0224 Apr 19, 2005.  Seen at Warner-Robins Museum of Flight,
Georgia Nov 27, 2005 in disassembled condition.  Reassembled and put on display there Jun 2006.
0249 (MSN 300-6100) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0234 Nov 10, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0250 (MSN 300-6101) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0233 Nov 3, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0251 (MSN 300-6102) to AMARC as CR0121 Apr 3, 2001.  Broken up
Aug 28, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0252 (MSN 300-6103) to AMARC Dec 21, 1998 as CR0063.  Broken up
Aug 25, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0253 (MSN 300-6104, 60 AW) w/o Oct 7, 1993 due to fire damage during
ground maintenance at Travis AFB, CA.
0254 (MSN 300-6105) to AMARC as CR0103 Jul 5, 2000.  Broken up
Sep 16, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0255 (MSN 300-6106, 62 AW) w/o Nov 30, 1992 in collision with 66-0142 over
Harlem, MT.  All 13 people on both planes killed.
0256 (MSN 300-6107) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0180 Sep 9, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0257 (MSN 300-6108) on display at March Field Museum, California.  Now painted with
name "Spirit of the Inland Empire"
0258 (MSN 300-6109) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0191 Oct 14, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0259 (MSN 300-6111) named "City of Fairfield" with 60th MAW Sep 1990.  To AMARC as CR0118 Apr 2, 2001.  Broken up
Sep 16, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0260 (MSN 300-6112) to AMARC as CR0073 Aug 5, 1999.
0261 (MSN 300-6113) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR02227 May 3, 2005.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0262 (MSN 300-6114) to AMARC as CR0007 Jul 13, 1993.  Broken up
Jun 16, 2003.
0263 (MSN 300-6115) to AMARC as CR0064 Jan 15, 1999.
0264 (MSN 300-6116) to AMARC as CR0020 Mar 18, 1996.  Broken up
Jun 12, 2003.
0265 (MSN 300-6117) named "City of Sacramento" with 60th MAW in Dec 1990.
To AMARC as CR0026 Apr 24, 1996.  Broken up Jul 30, 2003.
0266 (MSN 300-6118) to AMARC as CR0101 Jun 8, 2000.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0267 (MSN 300-6119, C-141C) to AMARC as CR0161 Apr 2002
0268 (MSN 300-6120) to AMARC as CR0035 Apr 21, 1997.  Broken up
Aug 15, 2003.
0269 (MSN 300-6121) to AMARC as CR0098 May 18, 2000.  Noted being
chopped up Summer 2004
0270 (MSN 300-6122) to AMARC as CR0042 Nov 19, 1997.  Broken up
Aug 20, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0271 (MSN 300-6123) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0178 Sep 2, 2003.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0272 (MSN 300-6124) to AMARC as CR0053 Jun 8, 1998.   Broken up
Aug 25, 2003.  Noted being scrapped at AMARC Nov 2003
0273 (MSN 300-6125) to AMARC as CR0156 Apr 1, 2002.  Scrapped at AMARC
0274 (MSN 300-6126) crashed into mountain 28 km N of La Paz, Bolivia
Aug 18, 1974.  All 7 onboard killed.
0275 (MSN 300-6127) to AMARC as CR0062 Dec 17, 1998.  Scrapped at AMARC
0276 (MSN 300-6128) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0102 Jun 15, 2000.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0277 (MSN 300-6129) on display at McChord AFB, Washington
0278 (MSN 300-6130) to AMARC as CR0016 Jan 5, 1996.  Broken up Jun 11, 2003.
0279 (MSN 300-6131) to AMARC as CR0154 Feb 5, 2002.  Scrapped at AMARC
0280 (MSN 300-6132) to AMARC as CR0094 May 1, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC
0281 (MSN 300-6133) destroyed in ground maintenance accident at McChord AFB,
WA Sep 7, 1966.  3 killed.
MSN 300-6110 was flown with civil registration N4141A.
To NASA as N714NA *Gerard P. Kuiper Airborne
Observatory*.  Did not get USAF serial number
65-0962 ... 65-0987
Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules
0962 (MSN 382-4102) 
0963 (MSN 382-4103) converted to WC-130H
0964 (MSN 382-4104) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C-130H.  Now HC-130P
with 79th RQS.  To AMARC Sep 12, 2012.
0965 (MSN 382-4106) converted to WC-130H.  Crashed while flying Typhoon Bess off Taiwan 
Oct 13, 1974.  All 6 onboard killed.  Some speculation that it was actually shot down.
0966 (MSN 382-4107) converted to WC-130H
0967 (MSN 382-4108) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler AFB
0968 (MSN 382-4110) converted to WC-130H
0969 (MSN 382-4111) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C-130H.  Transfered
to CAFB Trenton, Ontario as a ground trainer Aug 2000.
0970 (MSN 382-4112) converted to HC-130P
0971 (MSN 382-4116) converted to HC-130P, to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  To AMSARC Sep 6, 2013.  Last assignment
was 550th SOS, 58th SOW
0972 (MSN 382-4120) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C130H.  To AMARC as CF0183 Dec 2, 1997
0973 (MSN 382-4121) converted to HC-130P
0974 (MSN 382-4123) converted to HC-130P
0975 (MSN 382-4125) converted to HC-130P, to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  To AMARC Sep 27, 2012.  Last
assignment weas 550th SOS, 58th SOW
0976 (MSN 382-4126) converted to WC-130H, deconverted to C-130H.  Converted
to HC-130P with 39th RQS.  From 920RQW to AMARC
0977 (MSN 382-4127) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler AFB.  No longer
active with USAF, registered Jan 16, 2014 as N427NA with NASA at Wallops Island
Flight facility as WC-130H
0978 (MSN 382-4130) converted to HC-130P
0979 (MSN 382-4131) converted to DC-130H then to NC-130H.  TO US Navy but kept serial number
650979.  SOC Jul 14, 2002.  Delivered to Boeing Jan 18, 2006.  Fitted with high-
energy chemical laser by Boeing Missile Defense Systems.  The laser
was first fired (on ground) May 13, 2008 at Kirtland AFB, NM.  To AMARC Jun 4, 2010
Assigned to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), Wallops Island, VA
Registered N439NA as a NC-130 Mar 15, 2012, current.  Used to perform scientific research, provide 
logistics support on an as-needed basis to other airborne science missions, and can be used as a 
technology test bed for new airborne and satellite instrumentation.
0980 (MSN 382-4132) converted to WC-130H. Named “Weather Devil” with 53rd WRS in April 1994.  Reallocated Jan 12, 2006
to 913rd AW and now reclassified as C-130H
0981 (MSN 382-4133) converted to HC-130P
0982 (MSN 382-4135) converted to HC-130P.  With 23rd WG at Moody
0983 (MSN 382-4138) converted to HC-130P
0984 (MSN 382-4139) converted to WC-130H
0985 (MSN 382-4140) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler AFB
0986 (MSN 382-4141) converted to HC-130P.  Assigned to 55th ARRS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Arrived Jun 14, 1966
0987 (MSN 382-4142) converted to HC-130P.  Assigned to 55th ARRS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Arrived Jun 14, 1966.
Transferred to US Coast Guard as 1451, returned to USAF late 1986.  
Retired from 71st Rescue Squadron at Moody AFB, Georgia Sep 25, 2012 and flown to AMARC.  Entered AMARC Sep 27, 2012.
65-7966 ... 65-8025
Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-138/B-197
7966 (B-138) accepted by the US Army Dec 2, 1965
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" -Dec 1966
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Jan 1967–Jan 1969
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Aug 1969–Apr 1970
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" May 1970-Jun 1970
Crashed in Vietnam Jun 23, 1970.
7967 (B-139) accepted by the US Army 24Nov65
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01667
7968 (B-140) accepted by the US Army 16Dec65
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA -Oct66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Nov66-Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Jan67–Feb68
Damaged in combat Apr 24, 1967, repaired in theatre.  
Assigned to 610th Transportation Company May68-Aug68 
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep68-May69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Sep70-Jun71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7968.
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975 with VNAF.
7969 (B-141) accepted by the US Army 15Dec65
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" 
Hit by enemy fire Oct 9, 1968.  and crashed in a wooded area causing 4500 pound internal 
load of ammunition to explode.
7970 (B-142) accepted by the US Army 3Dec65
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" –Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" [May68]
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec68-Aug70
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Feb71-Dec71
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jan72-Jul72
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7970.
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
7971 (B-143) accepted by the US Army 14Dec65
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24351.
7972 (B-144) accepted by the US Army 11Dec65
Transferred to VNAF Aug 1972.  Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
7973 (B-145) accepted by the US Army 15Dec65
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA -Oct66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Nov66-Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Jan67–Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Jan69-Jun69
Assigned to 19th Aviation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Jul69-Nov71
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Dec71-Mar72
Crashed near Waegwan, South Korea Mar 22, 1972.
7974 (B-146) accepted by the US Army 20Dec65
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7974
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost with VNAF Mar 23, 1975.
7975 (B-147) accepted by the US Army 30Dec65
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" –Mar69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jun69-Apr70
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb71-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Sep72
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7975
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost to North Vietnamese action Mar 23, 1975
7976 (B-148) accepted by the US Army 25Jan66
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" –May67
Combat damage May 7, 1967 4 km NW of Kontun when the aircraft received enemy ground fire. While 
attempting to land, the aircraft struck a rock, rolled over, and burned.
7977 (B-149) accepted by the US Army 7Jan66
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" –Nov67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec67-Dec68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinner" Aug69-Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Aug72-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Dec73-Nov74
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Jan75-Sep75
Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24366
7978 (B-150) Accepted by the US Army 4Jan66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" [1968]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24157
7979 (B-151) accepted by the US Army 10Jan66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24338
7980 (B-152) Accepted by the US Army 26Jan66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May68-Oct68
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01656
7981 (B-153) accepted by the US Army 24Jan66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24323
7982 (B-154) accepted by the US Army 24Jan66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24326
7983 (B-155) accepted by the US Army 1Feb66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24322
7984 (B-156) accepted by the US Army 4Feb66
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 1973-1985
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01639
7985 (B-157) accepted by the US Army 4Fe66
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" –Mar68
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company Nov68-May70 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Jun70-Jan71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb71-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Sep72
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7985
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
7986 (B-158) accepted by the US Army 8Feb66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7986
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang
Destroyed Mar 23, 1975.
7987 (B-159) accepted by the US Army 10Feb66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7987
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang
Shot down by SA-7 missile Feb 17, 1975.
7988 (B-160) accepted by the US Army 16Feb66
Assigned to 540th Transportation Company –Feb69 
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinner" Mar69-May69
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun69-Nov69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Freight Train Dec69-Jan70
Crashed in South Vietnam Jan 18, 1970
7989 (B-161) accepted by the US Army 15Feb66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" -Aug68
Crashed Aug 29, 1968 after being hit by ground fire on takeoff in Vietnam.
7990 (B-162) accepted by the US Army 1Mar66
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" –Nov67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec67-Dec68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep69-Aug70
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinner" Sep70-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Aug72-Nov73
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, South Korea Dec73-Feb74
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company Innkeeper, 8th Army, South Korea Apr74-Jun75
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, South Korea Jul75-Aug75
Assigned to 117th Aviation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Sep75
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA Oct75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24169
7991 (B-163) accepted by the US Army 21Feb66
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Sep73
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-10679.
7992 (B-164) modified as prototype BV-347 with stretched cabin, retractable landing gear, four 
bladed rotors, and variable incidence wing on top center of the fuselage.  Also had a 
retractable gondola that descended from the forward cabin and allowed
a rear-facing pilot to control the aircraft.  First flight May 27, 1970
On display at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
7993 (B-165) accepted by the US Army 1Mar66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimbers Sep68-Mar69
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01653
7994 (B-166) accepted by the US Army 4Mar66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7994
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost to North Vietnamese action Mar 23, 1975.
7995 (B-167) accepted by the US Army 15Mar66
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" -Jul67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Mar68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Apr68-Mar69
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Apr69–Nov69 
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec69-Aug70
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Sep70-Jun71
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Aug72-Jan74
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Feb74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01660
7996 (B-168) accepted by the US Army 14Mar66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" -May68
MAP transfer Jul72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7996
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
7997 (B-169) accepted by the US Army 15Mar66
MAP transfer Oct72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7997
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
7998 (B-170) accepted by the US Army 22Mar66
MAP transfer Aug72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-7998
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
7999 (B-171) accepted by the US Army 23Mar66
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" May68-Dec68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Dec69-Jul70
Combat damage Jul 10, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft took a rocket propelled 
grenade [RPG] in the aft pylon while at a hover over a load of empty fuel bladders. It had 
just picked up 15 passengers. The aircraft crashed and the cockpit broke off and rolled 
over forward; the aircraft burned. The left door gunner was killed on impact; the right 
door gunner and flight engineer got out but died later from burns. Seven passengers were 
killed. The co-pilot and aircraft commander crawled out through the outside air temperature 
gauge window. Both had minor injuries and were not burned.
8000 (B-172) accepted by the US Army 25Mar66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-8000
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
8001 (B-173) accepted by the US Army 29Mar66
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company 
In accident at Yakima, WA Aug 20, 1979.  3 killed, one injured
8002 (B-174) Accepted by the US Army 29Mar66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24365
8003 (B-175) accepted by the US Army 29Mar66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Aug69-Feb70	Named "No Balls 3" 
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01680
8004 (B-176) accepted by the US Army 31Mar66
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" –Oct68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Aug69-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug72-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Dec73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01644
8005 (B-177) accepted by the US Army 6Apr66
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" –Jul68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Aug68-Feb69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Feb70-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug72-Jan74
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Feb74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23769
8006 (B-178) accepted by the US Army 8Apr66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-8006 Nov 1972.  
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
8007 (B-179) accepted by the US Army 14Apr66
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 1, 1967
8008 (B-180) accepted by the US Army 13Apr66 
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" –Nov66
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec66-Mar67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67-Nov68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Jun69-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Jan72-Jan74
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company Innkeeper, 8th Army, South Korea Feb74-
Modified as prototype CH-47D and reserialed 76-8008. Later reserialed 92-00304 in 1992.
8009 (B-181) accepted by the US Army 15Apr66
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01657
8010 (B-182) accepted by the US Army 19Apr66
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Nov67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec67-Nov68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Oct69-Nov70	 
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb71-Aug71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Aug72-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Dec73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24367
8011 (B-183) accepted by the US Army 26Apr66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Dec68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep69-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug72-Nov73
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Dec73-Feb74
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Apr74-Jun75
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Jul75-Aug75
Assigned to 117th Aviation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Sep75
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct75-
Later rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23764.
8012 (B-184) accepted by the US Army 27Apr66
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D 86-01681. 
8013 (B-185) accepted by the US Army 2May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Feb68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Jun68-Jan69
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep69-Aug70
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep69-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jan72-Jan74
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Feb74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01648
8014 (B-186) accepted by the US Army 12May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Oct68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Mar69-Jun69
Assigned to 19th Aviation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Jul69-Nov71
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Dec71-Jan75
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Feb75-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24335.
8015 (B-187) accepted by the US Army 10May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-May68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Feb69-Jun69
Assigned to 19th Aviation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Jul69-Nov71
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Dec71-Jun74
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA Oct74-Jul75
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01651
8016 (B-188) accepted by the US Army 10May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Nov68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Jun69-Aug69
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Sep69-May70
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Jun70-Jun71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-8016
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
8017 (B-189) accepted by the US Army 16May66
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb68	
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Mar68-Aug68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Sep68-Oct68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Nov68-Apr69
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Dec69-Feb73
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Mar73-Oct74
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Nov74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24333.
8018 (B-190) accepted by the US Army 18May66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" -Sep68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24353.
8019 (B-191) accepted by the US Army 23May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Nov68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Feb69-Jul69
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb71-Jul72
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24339
8020 (B-192) accepted by the US Army 18May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jun68-Feb69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep69-Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Jan72-Nov73
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Dec73-Jan74
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Feb74-Feb75
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Mar75-Jul75
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01645
8021 (B-193) accepted by the US Army 24May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Feb69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov69-Jun71
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 203rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Oct71 
Assigned to 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion Nov71 
Assigned to 203rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Dec71 
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb72-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-8021
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Destroyed by North Vietnamese action Mar 23, 1975
8022 (B-194) accepted by the US Army 31May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam Black Cats Jan67-Nov68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul69-Sep70.  Named "Double Deuce" 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Jan71-Jan72
Crashed Oct 25, 1970.  SOC Jul 1971.
8023 (B-195) accepted by the US Army 27May66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Oct68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Mar69-Jun69
Assigned to 19th Aviation Company, 8th Army, South Korea Jul69-Nov71
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company Innkeeper, 8th Army, South Korea Dec71-Nov73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA Feb74-Jun74
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01636
8024 (B-196) accepted by the US Army 9Jun66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Dec67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Jan68-Feb69
Destroyed on ground Feb 26, 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes 
had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
8025 (B-197) accepted by the US Army 1Jun66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" –Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Jan67-Nov68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Jul69-Aug70
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70	 
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Oct71-Jul72
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 65-8025
Captured by North Vietnamese Army 
Preserved and on display at Ta Con Airfield Museum, Khe Sanh Battle Field, Quang Tri province, Vietnam.
65-9416 ... 65-9564
Bell UH-1C-BF Iroquois
MSN 1316/1464.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
9418,9420,9423,9424,9426,9429,9430,9435,9436,
9440,9442,9444/9446,9455,9456,9460,9462,9463,
9470,9472,9473,9475,9476,9483,9484,9488,9490,
9495/9501,9504,9507,9510,9513,9516,9519/9521,
9525,9528,9531/9534,9536,9540,9541,9547,9548,
9552,9555,9556,9558/9560 converted to UH-1M.
9420,9440,9444,9456,9473,9476,9488,9510,9533,
9541,9552,9555 to QUH-1M
9423 (MSN 1323) to US MC as 659423.  At American Society of Military History, South El Monte, CA Nov 2007
9428 to El Salvador as FAES 322
9430 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
9435 (MSN 1335) at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY, fitted
with boom of 68-15623.  
9446 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
9450 (MSN 1350) to Army National Guard
9454 (MSN 1354, 162nd AHC) hit trees during rocket attack and crashed in SVN Jun 20, 1970. 3 KIA, 1 injured.
9468 (MSN 1368, 3/4th ACV, D Troop) shot down by an explosive weapon (RPG or grenade launcher) in SVN Dec 27, 1967. 4 KIA.
9476 (MSN 1376) to USMC as 659476
9484 (MSN 1384) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO painted as 4-13484
9486 (MSN 1386) crashed after midair collision with UH-1B 64-14047 at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jun 27, 1966. All KIA.
9489 (MSN 1389, 48th AHC) shot down by automatic weapons fire in Laos Mar 19, 1971. 3 KIA, 1 rescued.
9498 (UH-1M) crashed and caught fire at Fort Bliss, TX Oct 14, 2004 during routine
proficiency flight.  Pilot (sole occupant) was killed.
9504 (MSN 1404) on display at entrance to Avra Valley Airport, Arizona in Jun 1992.
9506 to China Lake
9507 with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  To 173rd AHC to 174th AHC to NASA
9509 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9510 with 118th AHC in Vietnam. To 71 AHC to 117th AHC
9511 with 117th AHC in Vietnam
9512 with 155th AHC in Vietnam
9513 at Camp Meade Motel and Museum, Middlesex, VT
9533 (MSN 1433) to MASDC as XA0307 
9534 (MSN 1434) at Russell Military Museum, IL in 2008.
9535 (MSN 1435, 610th TC Co) crashed after takeoff due engine failure in SVN Nov 19, 1967. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
9540 (MSN 1440) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO
9541 (MSN 1441) in 2010 was on static display at Veterans Memorial at Mt Pisgah Cemetery, Cripple Creek, CO
9546 (MSN 1446) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 8, 1966.
9547 (MSN 1447) D/227/1Cav to 118 AHC
9548 (MSN 1448)  to USMC as 659548.  Preserved Firebaugh, California
9551 (MSN 1451) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9560 (MSN 1460) noted on display at Beverly MAP War Memorial, Massachusetts Sep 2007.  Later to VFW Post
#545, Beverly, Massachusetts.  Helicopter donated by Rhode Island Army National Guard.
9564 (MSN 1464, 118th AHC) hit by enemy gunfire, caught fire and crashed in Vietnam Jul 27, 1968. 3 injured, 1 KIA.
65-9565 ... 65-10135
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 4609/5179.  Transfers to MASDC/AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
Many converted to UH-1H.  
9640,9735,9759,9862,9889,9968,9974,10014,10054,10074,10090,10132 converted
to GUH-1H.  
10118 to JUH-1H.
At least 24 to FMS (2 to Chile, 2 to Peru, 2 to South Vietnam, 9 to
New Zealand, 8 to Venezuela).
10085,10104 transferred to NASA
9565 (MSN 4609) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1216Y.  To CC-CNM.  For sale
by GSA Auctions at El Paso, TX Sep 10, 2015.
9567 (MSN 4611) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer. Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9569 (MSN 4613, UH-1H) became N4734F
9571 (MSN 4615) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9572 (MSN 4616) to USMC as 659572
9576 (MSN 4620) allocated civil registration of N714MQ July 2001.
9577 (MSN 4621) registered N1577 to Combat and Transport Aircraft Museum Jun 1995
9579 (MSN 4623) converted to GUH-1D
9580 (MSN 4624) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N63845
9589 (MSN 4633) noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery
Center, Elmira, NY.  Registration N373DH reserved Jan 30, 2009.
9591 burned near Dion Sep 1, 1967.
9592 (MSN 4636) converted to UH-1H.  To MASDC as XA0370 Dec 7, 1988
9593 (MSN 4637) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0422 Jun 5, 1995.
Registered N50558 Sep 9, 2005.  Registration N207PJ reserved
Jan 29, 2008, taken up Mar 19, 2008
9598 (MSN 4642) to USMC as 659598
9600 (MSN 4644) converted to UH-1H.  Tocivil registry as N7232L. Registration
N7232L cancelled by FAA Nov 14, 2008 as sold abroad.  Registered Nov 17, 2008
to National Helicopters P/L of Cooranbong as VH-RSL
9602 (MSN 4646) registered N2048P Feb 10, 2006
9603 (MSN 4647) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0346 Sep 29, 1988
9604 (MSN 4648) became N7232Z, then HI-714SP and currently TI-AZM
with Aerodiva.
9605 (MSN 4649, 174th AHC) during autorotation practice, the main rotor blade struck the cockpit and crashed 
at Lane field, SVN Dec 17, 1966. A South Korean student pilot and 2 crew killed.
9606 (MSN 4650) registered N310AS Aug 18, 2008
9609 (MSN 4653) to USMC as 659609
9610 (MSN 4654) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0502 Sep 28, 1995.
Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9613 (MSN 4657) to USMC as 659613.  On display Aug 2006 at Camp Johnson, Burlington, Vermont
9614 (MSN 4658) to USMC as 659614.  In fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.   In 2013 located in a range 
target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin AFB, no public access.  Range ID 11 HE
9615 (MSN 4659) noted Apr 2015 stored with Arista Helicopters, Enterprise, Alabama
9616 (MSN 4660) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam and w/o in forced landing
May 24, 1967.
9617 (MSN 4661) acquired Nov 1995 by Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas. Still there Oct 2006.
9618 (MSN 4662) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N106SW
9621 (MSN 4665) to USMC as 659621.  Registered N32741 Feb 2,1995
9627 (MSN 4671) to Philippine AF as 150.  To civil registry as N92535 Aug 1995
9628 (MSN 4672) at Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana
9630 (MSN 4674) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0332 Sep 22, 1988.
9632 (MSN 4676) converted to UH-1H. To USMC as 659632.  To AMARC as XA0312 Sep 13, 1988
9637 (MSN 4681) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N773AR
9639 (MSN 4683) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N4237K
9643 (MSN 4684) mounted on post at Dothan, Alabama in Sept 2003.
9644 (MSN 4688) converted to UH-1H.  To USMC as 659644.  To civil registry as N8157G
9646 (MSN 4690) to USMC as 659646
9648 (MSN 4692) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0327 Sep 23, 1988
9649 (MSN 4693) on civilian registry as N247PV.
9651 (MSN 4695) became N42331.  Missing Nov 3, 2005 on flight from Alturas, California
to Oroville, California
9654 (MSN 4698) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N120PT
9661 (MSN 4705) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0548 Oct 10, 1995.
Registration N773GR reserved Jul 9, 2004, taken up Nov 15, 2004
9662 (MSN 4706) converted to UH-1H.  To USMC as 659662.  To civil registry as N395M
9663 (MSN 4707) registered N980AS Sep 18, 2008. To Yemen AF Jan 2011.
9666 (MSN 4710) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0479 Sep 25, 1995.  Registration
N462CC reserved Nov 7, 2005, taken up Feb 2, 2006.
9667 (MSN 4711) was on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  In 2011 was at Sullivan Brothers
Iowa Veteran''s Museum, Waterloo, Iowa.  Engine, transmission, and rotor removed and everything aft of the
cabin also removed.
9668 (MSN 4712) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9669 (MSN 4713) to Air America as Y-11 Apr 1, 1971. Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-1H
9671 (MSN 4715) converted to UH-1H.  To USMC as 659671.  To AMARC as XA0331
9675 (MSN 4719, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) crashed in bad weather and fog in SVN Aug 8, 1966. 4 KIA.
9682 (MSN 4726) in hangar at Guthrie AHP, Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer. 
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9685 (MSN 4729) to USMC as 659685
9688 (MSN 4732) registered as N6195G, to HB-RXC Jan 2010.   As HB-RXC crashed Dec 20, 1012 near Rthi, Altenrhein.
9690 at Highway Department, Wheatfield, NY Jul 2007.
9693 (MSN 4737) to Air America as Y-12 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  To Vietnam AF 
9696 (MSN 4740) sitting on a trailer in front of VFW Post #9582 in Vandalia, Ohio.  It is moved around for 
displays, but is kept there.
9697 (MSN 4741) To Peruvian National Police as PNP 325. Later became N9697S.  Noted Apr 2007 stored with
US Helicopters at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama.  Registration cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
9700 (MSN 4744) UH-1H) reported Fall 2003 at Kansas Museum of Military History, Augusta, Kansas
9702 (MSN 4746) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0554 Oct 10, 1995.  Registration
N602WA reserved Nov 9, 2004, taken up May 30, 2006
9703 (MSN 4747) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark as N700UH.
Registration N700UH was cancelled by FAA Dec 3, 2008 as
scrapped at Ozark, AL
9705 (MSN 4749) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N122FC
9707 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9708 (MSN 4752) assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL.  Registered as NASA 419.
Registered as N419NA Oct 31, 1990.  Registration cancelled Jun 16, 2008 as destroyed
9710 (MSN 4754) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911MRT
9715 (MSN 4759) to US Navy as 659715.  SOC Feb 22, 1977.  Probable MAP delivery to Royat Thai Army as 9715.
WFU at Lopbury by Jan 2007.  Noted active at RTA Saraburi Jan 2014.
9718 (MSN 4762) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8079E
9719 (MSN 4763) noted in storage at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
9721 (MSN 4765, 116th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 1, 1969. 5 KIA.
9723 (MSN 4767) to Bosnia and Herzegonina AF as VF-1816 and now instructional airframe at Rajlovac Air Base
9726 (MSN 4770) during takeoff crashed into a minefield in SVN Sep 25, 1966. 2 KIA.
9734 (MSN 4778) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N6384K
9735 (MSN 4779) to US Navy as 659735.
9736 (MSN 4780) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659736.  To AMARC as XA0320 Sep 21, 1988
9739 (MSN 4783) converted to UH-1H.  Transferred to US Navy as 659739.  Assignet to VXE-6 in 1970.  To 
Connecticut ARNG Dec 1989.   To AMARC as XA0555 Oct 16, 1995.  To Jordanian AF in 2002.
9740 (MSN 4784) transferred to US Navy as 659740.  Assigned to VXE-6 in 1970.
9741 (MSN 4785) assigned to support US Navy VX-6 in Antarctica in 1961.  Crashed during whiteout landing 
Nov 5, 1966 Marie Byrd Land Camp #1, Antarctica.
9743 (MSN 4787) to civil registry as N92820 Aug 1995.  Became EC-GOD.
Crashed between Huelva and El Berrocal, Spain Jul 28, 2004.
9744 (MSN 4788) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N72171.  Registration
cancelled Sep 27, 2006 on sale to owner in Mexico.
9747 (MSN 4791) mounted on a post at Enterprise, Alabama Dec 2004. 
9750 (MSN 4794) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N915MF
9751 (MSN 4795) instructinal airframe with Louisiana Technical College, Lake Charles, Louisiana Sep 2003.
9752 (MSN 4796) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0313 Sep 13, 1988.
Returned to service.  To AMARC as XA0555 Oct 16, 1995.
9753 (MSN 4797) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0322 Sep 22, 1988
9754 (MSN 4798) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0483 Sep 26, 1995.
9758 (MSN 4802) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0581 Aug 26, 1996
9759 (MSN 4803) in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
9761 (MSN 4805) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N710WD
9762 (MSN 4806) registered N4306J Jan 1995
9763 (MSN 4807) to civil registry as N2220Y Apr 1994.  Sold to Australia Nov 2002 as VH-HUE
9764 (MSN 4808) to Peruvian AF as FAP-631
9765 (MSN 4809) to Peruvian AF as FAP-632
9766 (MSN 4810) to Peruvian AF as FAP-644
9767 (MSN 4811) to Peruvian AF as FAP-645
9768 (MSN 4812) to Peruvian AF as FAP-646, then to RNZAF as NZ3801 Jun 1966.  Upgraded to UH-1H in mid 1970s.
Call sign ZM-ZUA.  Operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with codes UNO-075 ad UNO-077.  
As NZ3801 retired and in September 2015 to the Air Force Museum of New Zealand at Wigram, Christchurch. 
9769 (MSN 4813) to RNZAF as NZ3802 Jun 1966.  Upgraded to UH-1H mid 1970s.  Call sign ZM-ZUB
9770 (MSN 4814) at Ozark. AL Jan 2008.
9771 (MSN 4815) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N62452
9774 (MSN 4818) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0549 Oct 10, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006
9775 (MSN 4819) preserved at Vietnam Veterans Association #632, Ville Platte, Louisiana in Sep 2003.
9777 (MSN 4821) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659777.  To AMARC Sep 26, 1995.  Registration N464CC
reserved Nov 7, 2005, taken up Feb 2, 2006.  N464CC cancelled
Jul 19, 2007 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registration ZU-LCY
has been reserved.
9779 (MSN 4823) with Military Museum, Houston, TX Feb 2005.
9785 (MSN 4829) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911BV,
registered N99BV Jan 25, 2005.
9786 (MSN 4830) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0519 Oct 2, 1995
9788 (MSN 4832) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
9790 (MSN 4834) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N205MY
9791 (MSN 4835) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N943SM
9801 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1817, then A-2622
9803 (MSN 4847) in Aug 2003 noted on display at VFW 1037 at Waupaca, Wisconsin.
9805 (MSN 4849) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0569 Jan 16, 1996.
Registered N50513 Sep 8, 2005.
9808 crashed at Fort Rucker, AL Apr 14, 1982.  Four occupants killed.
9814 (MSN 4858) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0374
9815 (MSN 4859, UH-1D) Noted stored/dumped at Hidden Valley near Rosamund, CA Sep 2, 2000; 
appeared to have suffered accident damage.
9816 (MSN 4860) to Air America as Y-13 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.
Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0352 Sep 30, 1988
9819 (MSN 4863) on display at Canton Municipal Airport, Illinois in Mar 2009.
9820 (MSN 4864) to US Navy as 659820
9823 (MSN 4867) converted to UH-1H. To US Navy as 659823.  To civil registry as N2291C
9825 (MSN 4869) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0353 Sep 29, 1988
9826 (MSN 4870) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9831 (MSN 4875) converted to UH-1H.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at County Sheriff's Department,
San Bernardino, CA Jul 23, 2015
9832 (MSN 4876) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0314 Sep 14, 1988
9833 (MSN 4877) at Lexinton, NE Transportation Museum
9834 (MSN 4878) to US Navy as 659834.
9836 (MSN 4880) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N935MF
9839 (MSN 4883) noted at Ira G. Ross/Niagra Aerospace Museum, Niagra, New York in Jul 2009
9840 (MSN 4884) seen in 2012 at new outdoor museum wing of Marietta Museum, Georgia.
9844 (MSN 4888) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0373 Aug 20, 1989.
9847 (MSN 4891) registered N133 Mar 16, 1995
9848 (MSN 4892, UH-1H) became N5798K.  Tail boom noted in scrap yeard at Bellingham, WA
May 2, 2005.
9851 (MSN 4895) w/o in landing accident in South Vietnam Oct 13, 1967
9852 (MSN 4896) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0537 Oct 3, 1995.
Registered N71083 Sep 8, 2005.
9853 (MSN 4897) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659853.  To AMARC as XA0323 Sep 22, 1988
9856 (MSN 4900) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659856.  To civil registry as N1205D
9857 (MSN 4901) converted to UH-1H.  to AMARC as XA0354 Oct 1, 1988
9858 (MSN 4902) to civil registry as N38CF Sep 1995.  To CC-CLK
9859 (MSN 4903) to US Navy as 658959.
9863 (MSN 4907) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0542 Oct 5, 1995.
9865 (MSN 4909) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0468 Sep 22, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9866 (MSN 4910, 173rd AHC) shot down by RPG in SVN Jan 8, 1968. One crew KIA, 3 wounded.
9870 (MSN 4914) restored to represent 68-16309 of 135th Assault Helicopter Company
as operated in Vietham.  The Huey was acquired from Sacramento 
Sheriff's Office which had it since 1996.  Civil registration was N911JM
9871 (MSN 4915) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N925MF
9872 (MSN 4916) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0468 Sep 22, 1995.  Allocated civilian registration
of N4067X in Jun 2001.  Cancelled Oct 2002 on sale to owner in Canada.
9873 (MSN 4917) crashlanded and destroyed by fire in South Vietnam Feb 5, 1967
9874 (MSN 4918) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO painted as 0-12994
9877 (MSN 4921) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911PR
9878 (MSN 4922) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0358 Oct 5, 1988
9881 (MSN 4925) as UH-1H-II to Policia Nacional de Colombia as PNC-0718
9884 (MSN 4928) converted to UH-1H.  On display at Veterans Memorial Park in Burlington Township, New Jersey.
9886 (MSN 4930) noted in disposal yard at Ford Rucker Mar 2002
9888 (MSN 4932) noted on display at VFW Post #4161, Arcanum, Ohio in Apr 2013.
9889 (MSN 4933) at Mathis Field, TZ Feb 2008
9897 (MSN 4941) stored at NAS Willow Grove, to National Vietnam War Museum at Orlando, Florida
9902 (MSN 4946) to US Navy as 659902
9903 (MSN 4947, 170th AHC) crashed during landing in SVN Nov 11, 1966. 2 KIA.
9904 (MSN 4948) hit trees when landing in South Vietnam and w/o Feb 25, 1968
9908 (MSN 4952) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0553 Oct 10, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery.
9909 to Army National Guard
9911 (MSN 4955) scrapped at Louisiana Military Museum, New Orleans after sustaining serious flood damage.
9912 (MSN 4956) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0372
9914 (MSN 4958) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9915 (MSN 4959) became N4134W with US Department of State; this registration cancelled as 'scrapped' Jan 16, 2003.
Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired May 22, 2003
9918 (MSN 4962) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9922 (MSN 4966) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0521) Oct 2, 1995.  Removed from AMARC and offered for sale
Registered N4072P May 20, 2009.  In Oct 2012 noted on display at Oregon Air and Space Museum, Eugene, Oregon
9926 (MSN 4970) registered in 1994 as N890AS
9931 (MSN 4975) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL.
9934 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1805, then A-2614
9937 (MSN 4981) at American Legion Post #339, Roland, OK Oct 2007. 
9939 (MSN 4983) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N931PD
9941 (MSN 4985) w/o in crash landing in South Vietnam Jun 21, 1967
9942 (MSN 4986) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9944 (MSN 4988) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0408 May 17, 1995.
9945 (MSN 4989) to US Navy as 659945.
9947 (MSN 4991) converted to UH-1H in 1972.  To US Navy as 659947.  Returned 1992.  Reported to have
been donated to Bournemouth Aviation Museum, UK, but probably never left the USA.
Registered N152AR Aug 15, 2008
9948 (MSN 4992, 334th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Dec 26, 1967. 4 KIA.
9952 (MSN 4996) to civil registry as N127PT.  Registration N667HP reserted Feb 9, 2004,
taken up Apr 9, 2004.  Reported damaged at Benchmark, MT Jul 16, 2007
9956 (MSN 5000) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8158G.
Registration N8156G cancelled by FAA Ap 24, 2009 as "scrapped"
9957 (MSN 5001) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9961 (MSN 5005) to civil registry as N503TW
9964 (MSN 5008) converted to UH-1H. To civil registry as N72175
9965 (MSN 5009) to MN NG
9968 (MSN 5012) at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
9969 (MSN 5013) became N126FC, registration cancelled May 2, 2005 as "scrapped"  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA
Auctions at Perry, FL Nov 13, 2015.
9971 (MSN 5015) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
9973 (MSN 5017) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0562 Oct 23, 1995
9974 (MSN 5018) at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
9975 (MSN 5019) at Ville Platte, LA Oct 2007
9977 (MSN 5021) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0349 Sep 29, 1988.
9980 (MSN 5024) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0330
9984 (MSN 5028) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N398M
9986 (MSN 5030) registred as N141SP Feb 23, 1995.
9992 (MSN 5036) converted to UH-1H.  Assigned to 990th Medical Detachment, Lafayette, LA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Jan 28, 1991.
Registered as N535NA to NASA Langley Research Center Jul 16, 1993; cancelled.
Assigned to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), Wallops Island, VA.
Registration as N535NA pending to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight 
Facility (WFF) Mar 20, 2014.  Used for supporting airborne research, range surveillance, recovery 
operations, drop model testing, technology development, aerial photography and a variety of 
other flight activities.  Currently inactive [Jul15]
9996 (MSN 5040, UH-1H) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
9999 (MSN 5043) stored Buckley ANGB
10000 (MSN 5044) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0526 Oct 2, 1995.   Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10005 (MSN 5049) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
10006 (MSN 5050) crashed near Wicksburg, Alabama Feb 8, 1993.
10007 (MSN 5051) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0334
10009 (MSN 5053) became N57LC
10010 (MSN 5054) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N7232D.  De-registered as N7232D on October 29, 1997
and to Chile as CC-CNG.
10012 (MSN 5056) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0321 Sep 22, 1988
10013 (MSN 5057) to civil registry as N2218N, then EC-360, then EC-GOC.
to civil registry in Chile as CC-CLO
10014 (MSN 5058) has been on display at Newman Park, Sweetwater, Texas since the early 1990s.
10016 (MSN 5060) on civil registry as N134JL.  Registration N155GH taken up.
Registration N567VF reserved Sep 8, 2008, taken up Oct 15, 2008
10017 (MSN 5061) became N301HP, registration N99WN reserved Apr 12, 2006
10018 (MSN 5062, 191st AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 29, 1967. 6 KIA.
10023 (MSN 5067) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N81518
10026 (MSN 5070) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N795CF.  Noted Mar 2010 stored at Veterans Memorial
Museum, Huntsville, Alabama.
10027 (UH-1H, MSN 5071) registered N7072C Oct 20, 2003.  Registration N711GH
reserved Feb 9, 2009, taken up Mar 3, 2009
10029 (MSN 5073) registered N132AR Aug 15, 2008.  Registration N132AR
cancelled by FAA Dec 15, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.  But never
registered in Mexico, registration N132AR restored Mar 12, 2009.
10030 (MSN 5074, UH-1H) on display at Heritage in Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL
10031 (MSN 5075) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N191BP. 
Registration N191BP cancelled by FAA Feb 23, 2009 as "destroyed"
10034 (MSN 5078) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0559 Oct 19, 1995.
Registration N65NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006.
10035 (MSN 5079) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0485 Sep 26, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10036 (MSN 5080) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N233AC.
Registration N233AC cancelled Feb 12, 2007 as "destroyed"
10041 (MSN 5085, UH-1D) to RAAF as A2-041 Nov 1966.  Renumbered
A2-085 May 1967.
10043 (MSN 5087, 57th Med Det) crashed into mountain at night in SVN Mar 20, 1967. 4 KIA.
10050 (MSN 5094) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0505 Sep 29, 1995.
Registration N615BV reserved Feb 16, 2006, taken up Apr 28, 2006.
10052 (MSN 5096) MSN 510052.
10054 (MSN 5098) to US Navy as 510054.  On display Nov 2010 in Estrella Warbird Museum, Pasa Robles, California
10060 (MSN 5104) registered N343WN Jan 1995
10061 (MSN 5105, UH-1H) became N22SD
10065 (MSN 5109) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0402 May 11, 1995.  Sold to Colombia in 1997
10067 (MSN 5111) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N775AR.  Substantially damaged after ground impact
near Dove Creek, Colorado Jul 16, 2013 during seismic survey operation.  One killed.
10068 (MSN 5112) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport. In 2010 was on static display at National Vietnam
War Museum park, Mineral Wells, TX.
10069 (UH-1H: MSN 5113) with boom from 71-20167 in storage at the 
AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
10071 (MSN 5115) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0596 Dec 23, 1996.  Active as AE-442 with Ejército Argentino 
(Argentine Army Aviation). 
10072 (MSN 5116) to US Navy as 510072
10073 (MSN 5117) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
10074 (MSN 5118) in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, Illinois
10075 (MSN 5119, UH-1H) became N6743X
10077 (MSN 5121) to US Navy as 510077.  at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP
10080 (MSN 5124) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0419 May 22, 1995.  To Colombian National Police as PNC-177
10081 (MSN 5125) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N340WN
10083 (MSN 5127) to Air America as Y-14 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-1H
10085 (MSN 5129) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 510085.  To NASA as N415NA.  Registration N415YP reserved July 2003, 
offically allocated Aug 2003.
10086 (MSN 5130) to Army NG
10087 (MSN 5131) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam and crashed Jun 30, 1967
10088 (MSN 5132) with 281st Assault Helicopter Company, 17th Aviation Group shot down Dec 2, 1966 1 1/2 mi
inside Laos near Vietnam DMZ during attempted Special Forces team extraction  All 5 onboard KIA.
10089 (MSN 5133, 227th Avn, C Co) during takeoff the skids caught on a cargo net, rolled and crashed on its left 
side in South Vietnam May 26, 1967. All 6 killed.
10090 (MSN 5134) at VFW Post #4820, Port Neches, Texas Oct 2007
10091 (MSN 5135) UH-1H) deployed to Vietnam in 1966 and served with 173rd Assault Helicopter Company.
Returned to USA and continued to fly until 1995, when it was decommissioned and acquired by
the Texas Air Command Museum.  Became N565TX before going to the museum.  Donated to Smithsonian
Institution, and will be displayed in Museum of American History.
10094 (MSN 5138) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N425CC
10096 (MSN 5140). Became N126PT, which registration was cancelled by FAA 
Jul 16, 2003 on sale to Haitian Government
10101 (MSN 5145) to civil registry as N681FD.  Reported destroyed at Chicago, IL
Jun 30, 2006.  Must have been rebuilt since N687FW was reserved for this
MSN Aug 11, 2007, taken up Sep 24, 2007.
10102 (MSN 5146) converted to UH-1H.  to civil registry as N8154G
10104 (MSN 5148) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 510104.  To NASA as N420NA
10105 (MSN 5149) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0552 Oct 10, 1995.
Registered N651GB Dec 22, 2004
10106 (MSN 5150) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0350 Sep 30, 1988
10108 (MSN 5152) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0364 
10114/10116 (MSN 5158/5160) to RNZAF as NZ3803/NZ3805.  Delivered Oct 1966, upgraded to UH-1H in mid 1970s.
Call signs were ZM-ZUD, ZM-ZUF, ZM-ZUG.   
NZ3805 operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with codes UNO-075 and UNO-076.
10117 (MSN 5161) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0547 Oct 6, 1995.  Registration
N651CH reserved Jun 28, 2005, taken up Aug 17, 2005.  Registratin N651CH
cancelled Mar 6, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.
10118 (MSN 5162, UH-1H). Was N647F; registration cancelled 2/6/03 on sale 
to owner in Chile.  Chilean identy is CC-CBB, issued Jun 11, 2003.
10119 (MSN 5163) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
10120 (MSN 5164, UH-1H) to Philippine AF.  Crashed Feb 21, 1999
10123 (MSN 5167, 45th Med) crashed at night in bad weather in SVN Oct 29, 1967. 4 KIA.
10125 (MSN 5169) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry s N9424X
10126 (MSN 5170) noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, BA
10129 (MSN 5173) to US Navy as 510129.  To Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1818, then A-2623
10130 (MSN 5174) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N341WN
10131 (MSN 5175) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0518 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10132 (MSN 5176) being restored to be displayed as HSL at Patriots Point
Naval and Maritime Museum, Charlestown, South Carolina.
10133 (MSN 5177) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N192BP
10135 (MSN 5179, UH-1H) w/o Sept 1990.
65-10316 ... 65-10475
Northrop T-38A-60-NO Talon
MSN N.5735/5894.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
10321,10337,10341,10346,10350,10367,10370,
10371,10381,10382,10399,10403,10425,10432,
10437,10439,10450,01452,10456,10457,10466,10472
converted to AT-38B.
10321 to GAT-38B.
10324 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
10325 was for many years as a chase plane at Edwards AFB.  Was in Museum of Aviation collection at Warner Robins, 
Georgia since 2004.  Moved to Vance AFB airpark outside Enid, Oklahoma in 2014.
10326 (MSN N.5745) Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 906.
Registered to NASA Oct 12, 1978; registered as N906NA to NASA, Houston; current	
10327 (MSN N.5746) to US Navy NTPS as 510327.  SOC Jan 12, 2001.  Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft 
Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.
Registered as NASA 907.  Registered to NASA; registered as N907NA to NASA, Houston; cancelled.
Preserved and on display at El Paso Museum of History, El Paso, TX marked as NASA 999 / N999NA
To Huntsville, AL, Jun 2013.  Preserved and on display at the US Space & Rocket Center, 
Huntsville, AL in false marks as NASA 999 / N999NA
10328 (MSN N.5747) Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 908.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N908NA; cancelled
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Sep 22, 1972 to Jan 30, 1980
Registered as NASA 514
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N514NA; cancelled
Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX  Jan 30, 1980.
Registered as NASA 908
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N908NA to NASA, Houston; current	
10329 (MSN N.5748) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Dec 15, 1965
Registered as NASA 511
Registered to NASA Aug 6, 1969; registered as N511NA to NASA, Langley; cancelled May 21, 2015
Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.
Preserved and on display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center, Merritt Island, FL, 
marked as NASA 969 / N969NA
10330 (MSN N.5749) to MASDC as TF0052 Jul 31, 1978
10333 (MSN N.5752, 340th FTG, 96th FTS) crashed onto open land near Bracketville, TX
Dec 13, 2005 following birdstrike during routine low-level training mission
from Laughlin AFB.  Both crew ejected but instructor suffered serious injuries.  AFM 10/2005
10337 (14th Flying Training Wing) damaged during attempted landing at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas Feb 11, 2011.
10341 lost in routine training mission near Capitan, New Mexico May 21, 1990. 
10346 (MSN N.5765) crashed with 479th TTW in New Mexico Apr 18, 1989.  Both crew ejected but pilot was killed. 
10348 (MSN N.5767) converted from T-38A to T-38C.
10351 (MSN N.5770) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 909.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N909NA to NASA, Houston; current
10352 (MSN N.5771) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 910.
Registered to NASA Oct 21, 1978; registered as N910NA to NASA, Houston; current.	
To Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
10353 (MSN N.5772) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 911.
Registered to NASA 10Sep69; registered as N911NA to NASA, Houston; cancelled	
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Registered as NASA 821.
Registered as N821NA; cancelled.  Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), 
Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 967
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N967NA Jun 26, 2009 to NASA, Houston; current	
10354 (MSN N.5773) Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 912.
Registered to NASA Oct 12, 1978; registered as N912NA to NASA, Houston; current.	
To AMARC Nov 14, 2011
10355 (MSN N.5774) Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 913.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N913NA to NASA, Houston; current.  Acquired by 
Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum, New York, NY, scheduled for display Apr 2016.
10356 (MSN N.5775) assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 914.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N914NA to NASA, Houston; current.	
To AMARC Apr 12, 2012.
10357 (MSN N.5776) assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA.  Registered as NASA 717
Registered to NASA as N717NA; cancelled.	
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Registered as NASA 822.
Registered to NASA as N822NA; cancelled.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA. 
Registered as NASA 722.  Registered to NASA Mar 16, 1973; registered as N722NA Mar 16, 1973 to 
NASA, Moffett Field; cancelled.	
Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 915
Registered to NASA; registered as N915NA to NASA, Houston; cancelled.	
Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 966.
Registered as N966NA Aug 20, 2012 to NASA, Houston; current
10361 (MSN N.5780) with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
10362 (MSN N.5781) to MASDC as TF0053 Jul 31, 1978.  
10363 (MSN N.5782) to AMARC as TF0227 Sep 30, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
10365 to NASA, registration ???.  Mated with nose of F-5A 65-10573 to form flying
T-38A/F-5A flying under private ownership as N38MX from Fort Wayne IAP,
Indiana.  In 2012 was in the hands of Ross Perot, Jr as NX385AF
10370 (MSN N.5789, AT-38B) named "City of Alamagordo" with 49th FW in Mayh 1992.  W/o with 50th FTS Oct 18, 1995
10372 converted to T-38C.  With 14th FTW/50th FTS crashed at
Columbus AFB, MS Apr 23, 2008 after entering uncommanded
roll to port after takeoff due to mechanical failure
of starboard aileron.  Both crew killed.
10375 (MSN N.5794) to USN NPTS as 650375.  Crashed at NAWC Patuxent River, MD Jul 11, 2000.
10382 (MSN N.5801) converted to T-38C.  To 435th FTS, then to 445th FLTS
10387 converted to T-38C
10389 (MSN N.5808) to AMARC as TF0208 Jul 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
10393 with 12th FTW at Randolph AFB
10394 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
10397 crashed on landing approach at Vance AFB Oct 7, 1984.  Both crew killed.
10400 (MSN N.5819) to AMARC as TF0199 Jul 9, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
10402 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson 
Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 968.
Registered as N968NA to NASA, Houston; cancelled.
In 2010 was located at visitor center at Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.
10403 (MSN N.5822) named "City of Alamagordo" with 479th TTW Aug 1988.
10405 (MSN N.5824) noted Mar 2006 preserved at Columbus AFB,
Columbus, Mississippi.  Bears a four-digit "tail number" which is changed
every 6 weeks to reflect the identification number of the senior class at the time.
10406 (MSN N.5825) to AMARC as TF0170 Jun 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
10408 (MSN N.5827) to AMARC as TF0220 Jul 28, 1993
10409 (MSN N.5828) to AMARC as TF0222 Jul 29, 1993.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
10418 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
10419 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
10422 (MSN N.5841)
10425 converted to T-38C
10426 to MASDC as TF0056 Jul 31, 1978.  On display at Vance AB, Oklahoma.
10437 (AT-38B) collided in midair with another AT-38B
aircraft near Castroville, TX Dec 13, 1999.
Landed safely with damage to fin and rudder
10439 (MSN N.5858) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0113 Sep 6, 1991.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
10441 (MSN N.5860) at USAF Museum..  Noted Oct 2009 on display at Kern County Airport, Bakersfield, California.
10442 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
10444 (71st FTW) crashed near Enid, OK Jan 14, 1983
10448 (MSN N.5867) to MASDC as TF0058 Jul 31, 1978
10451 (MSN N.5870) to AMARC as TF0230 Jun 8, 1994.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
10452 (MSN N.5871) converted from T-38A to T-38C
10454 fuselage noted Apr 5, 2001 at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA
10455 (7th FS) used for F-117 training flights as a chase.
10456 (MSN N.5875) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0082 May 10, 1991.
To Slovakia Feb 27, 2004, traded for SAM missiles and launcher
for the USAF Museum.
10466 (MSN N.5885) converted from T-38A to T-38C
10471 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
65-12857 ... 65-12895
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 5190/5228.
12857/12860,12866,12868,12971/12874,12876,12878/12880,12882,12884,12886,12889,12895
converted to UH-1H.	
12858 (MSN 5191) converted to JUH-1H. To AMARC as XA0337
12860 (MSN 5193) to N205TA Feb 22, 2006.  Registration cancelled
Jan 23, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.
12863 (MSN 5196, 118th AHC) collidied midair with UH-1D 66-0771 and crashed in SVN Nov 24, 1969. 4 KIA, 
1 passanger escaped without injury. 66-0771 was able to crash-land.
12866 (MSN 5199) to Army NG
12868 (MSN 5201) to US Navy as 512868.  With VVA Chapter 620, Miami, Florida.  To National Vietnam War Museum, Orlando, Florida
12871 to civil registry as N117DR.
12872 (UH-1H) w/o Sept 1990.
12873 (MSN 5206) to US Navy as 512873.  To Louisiana Military Museum, Ruston, Louisiana
12874 became N56LC
12876 (MSN 5209) to US Navy as 52876.  Assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL 
Registered as NASA 418.   Registered as N418NA Sep 27, 1993; cancelled May 9, 2008
as "destroyed".  Reported stored at Ozark/Blackwell Field in Apr 2007.  
12880 (MSN 5213). Reported fall 2003 at Historic Aircraft Restoration 
Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY.
12881 (283 Med Det) destroyed by enemy fire Feb 3, 1967, Bien Hoa province, Vietnam.
12882 (MSN 5215) at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, Arkansas Jan 2008.
12885 (MSN 5218, 336th AHC) shot down with explosive weapon in SVN Feb 27, 1970. 6 KIA.
12886 (MSN 5219) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0361 Oct 31, 1988.
12887 (MSN 5220) to US Navy as 512887.
12895 (MSN 5228) shot down Apr 1, 1967 near Pleiku.  Also listed as going to AMARC as XA0473 Sep 25, 1995.
65-12916 ... 65-13003
Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
Hughes Model 369A.  MSN 0001/0088.
12916 (MSN 0001) preserved and on display at Americh Helicopter Museum and Education Center, West Chester, Pennsylvania
12917 (MSN 0002)  modified in NOTAR program.  Modified several times since then, notably being fitted with MD
500E forward fuselage and re-engined with Allison 250-C208 turboshaft in 1985.  Now at Army Aviation Museum, 
Ft. Rucker, AL
12918 (MSN 0003) in accident, repaired.
12919 (MSN 0004) bailed to Hughes Aircraft.  Destroyed in a crash.
12920 (MSN 0005) on display at 1st Cavalry Division Museum, Fort Hood, Kileen, Texas
12921 (MSN 0006) in accident, repaired.
12922 (MSN 0007) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1969.
Registered N65PB, cancelled.  Registered N9792S Dec 2, 1998, current
12923 (MSN 0008) bailed to Hughes Aircraft
12924 (MSN 0009)
12925 (MSN 0010) at Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association, Hillsborough, North Carolina
12926 (MSN 0011)
12927 (MSN 0012) to Tennessee Army National Guard.  Crashed Dec 10 1977 when struck a high-line wire at Nickajack Dam 
(TVA) over I-24 at night.
12928 (MSN 0013)
12929 (MSN 1260014) was N6247A.  Damaged in crash near Murrells Inlet, South Carolina Jun 25, 1999, reregistered 
N251DC Jun 10, 2004
12930 (MSN 170015) Registered N34GW to Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control, Montgomery, AL Aug 23, 1994, cancelled
Jul 17, 2013
12931 (MSN 0016) 
12932 (MSN 0017).
12933 (MSN 0018) became N8524Z.  Registration cancelled by FAA
Feb 16, 2005 as written off while being operated by US Border Patrol Air Operations at Eagle Pass, TX Oct 7, 2003.
12934 (MSN 0019) at Camp Humphreys, South Korea, probably for preservation and restoration.
12935 (MSN 0020)
12936 (MSN 0021)
12937 (MSN 0022) damaged in combat Jun 5, 1970 with C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Jun 5, 1970 outside of LZ Uplith
8 km N-NE of Phu Myu City, Kontum Province, RVN.  recovered and repaired.
12938 (MSN 0023) in accident Mar 31, 1970, again in accident Mar 24, 1972.
12939 (MSN 0024)
12940 (MSN 0025) suffered combat damage Jul 30, 1970 in South Vietham.  Recovered and repaired.  In accident Dec 31, 1970
near Phan Rang, RVN 
12941 (MSN 270026) registered N809SB, expired Jun 30, 2012
12942 (MSN 0027) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Jun 1969-Apr 1970.  Combat damage Feb 28, 1970
in RVN, recovered and repaired.  Shot down by small arms fire Se of Dak To, RVN Apr 11, 1970
12943 (MSN 0028)
12944 (MSN 0029) crashed Oct 23, 1972 E of Mang Giang Pass, RVN.  Pilot and observer rescued with minor injuries,
but aircraft was destroyed.
12945 (MSN 0030) to storage as XR005 Sep 22, 1978. Left AMARC Dec 13, 1981.  Was apparently on display at St Louis 
Science Center, St Louis, MO until the late 1990s (according to Museum Director September 2003).
12946 (MSN 0031) crashed in Cambodia May 9, 1970.
12947 (MSN 0032)
12948 (MSN 0033) registered to Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office, South Carolina Aug 4, 1994 as N242SC, 
registration N755PC reserved Jun 10, 2005.
12949 (MSN 0034)
12950 (MSN 0035) at Chennault Aviation and Military Museum, Monroe, LA.
12951 (MSN 370036) modified as test bed for the NOH-6P for used by CIA.  Registered as N45777 Apr 14, 2005.
12952 (MSN 0037)
12953 (MSN 0038) registered N12UT to Utah Department of Public Safety.  Crashed 26 nautical miles west of	
Duchesne, Utah Jul 30, 1994.  
12954 (MSN 0039) at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola Ferguson Airport, FL in 2008
12955 (MSN 0040) registered N8UT to Utah Department of Public Safetyu, cancelled.  registered N83SP to West
Virginia State Police Jan 30, 1997.  Sale reported Jan 15, 2010, cancelled Aug 13, 2013.
12956 (MSN 0041)
12957 (MSN 0042)
12958 (MSN 0043) preserved by Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association and currently with North Carolina branch at
Hillsborough, North Carolina
12959 (MSN 0044)
12960 (MSN 0045) in accident Mar 4, 1971.
12961 (MSN 0046) registered N961CS to Charlotte County Sheriff's Office, Florida Feb 8, 2000.  Sale reported
May 8, 2006.  Cancelled Aug 21, 2013.
12962 (MSN 0047) on external display at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
12963 (MSN 0048) 
12964 (MSN 570049) on civil registry as N570UH but NTU.  Registration N29674 reserved but NTU.  Registered
N12964 Aug 20, 2001, current
12965 (MSN 470050) to civil registry as N4191A.  N331JT reserved May 2, 2008.  Crashed into a field near Monroe, NC 
Jan 22, 2009. 1 killed, 1 survived.
12966 (MSN 570051) registered N456GB Feb 28, 1994, cancelled Nov 26, 2014.
12967 MSN 0052) to US Navy as 652967.  Assigned Mar 1994 to US Navy Test Pilot School at Patuxent River, Maryland
as TPS #44.  Modified as tH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H.   SOC in 2008. 
12968 (MSN 570053) assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1969.
Fitted with 5-bladed main rotor by ARPA in noise reduction tests.  To Air America Apr 1971.  
Later registered as N45780 Dec 1977 with US Border Patrol Air Operations.
Fitted with 5-bladed main rotor by ARPA in noise reduction tests.  Registered as N45780 with Helton Volunteer
Search and Rescue, Danvill, IL Dec 9, 1996, current
12969 (MSN 0054) damaged by small arms fire in RVN and force landed, repaired.
12970 (MSN 0055)
12971 (MSN 0056)
12972 (MSN 0057) last reported at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland.
12973 (MSN 0058) (A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment) crashed Feb 5, 1968 An Khe, RVN due to tail rotor failure.
12974 (MSN 0059) To Kenosha Military Museum, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin in 1995.  Museum renamed and relocated
in 2007 as Russell Military Museum, Zion, IL
12975 (MSN 0060) in accident with Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Apr 25, 1968.
Aircraft SOC Sep 1968
12976 (MSN 0061) assigned to Alabama Army National Guard
12977 (MSN 0062) registered to US Border Patrol as N8525B Jul 11, 1991, cancelled Mar 25, 1993.
12978 (MSN 0063) to Fort Bliss, noted stored Oct 2007.
12979 (MSN 0064) to AMARC as XR006 Sep 22, 1978.  Departed Dec 15, 1985 to Army Field Artillery, Fort Sill, CT
12980 (MSN 0065) to Heli Tech, Panama City, Florida
12981 (MSN 0066) registraton N24DJ assigned Apr 18, 1990 but NTU.  Cancelled Apr 18, 1990
12982 (MSN 0067)
12983 (MSN 670068) registered N336SP Oct 27, 2000.  Substantially damaged Sep 15, 2002 during forced landing at
Rocky Gorge Reservoir, Burtonsville, Maryland.  Currently registered to Alpha Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Registered N215DC May 6, 2005 but NTU and cancelled.
12984 (MSN 0069) damaged by small arms fire in South Vietnam Mar 8, 1968.  Another accident Dec 2, 1970.
12985 (MSN 0070, 17th Cav) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Jul 23, 1968. 2 KIA.
12986 (MSN 0071) to N67BP with US Border Patrol Air Operations Jul 11, 1991, later to Department of Homeland Security.
N67BP registered to US Department of Agriculture/Aphis WS Aviation Training Jun 16, 2011, current.  
Offered for sale Oct 2014.  Sale reported Jan 13, 2015
12987 (MSN 0072) combat damage in RVN Feb 8, 1968, Mar 31, 1968.  SOC May 1969
12988 (MSN 0073) with Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Cavalry Regiment shot down by AAA Apr 2, 1968, 
Kontum Province, South Vietnam
12989 (MSN 0074) shot down with B Troop, 7th Squsadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 16, 1968 E of Dak To, RVN
12990 (MSN 0075) crashed into water on takeoff from USNS Breton Nov 8, 1967. 
12991 (MSN 0076) crashed with B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Dec 1, 1967 near An Khe, South Vietnam.
12992 (MSN 0077) 
12993 (MSN 0078) damaged in crash Feb 17, 1968 at An Khe, RVN.  SOC Jun 1968
12994 (MSN 0079) To Colorado Army National Guard.  Noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO
12995 (MSN 0080) with Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry regiment in accident Jun 17, 1968
in South Vietnam
12996 (MSN 0081) combat damage with Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment
May 15, 1968 in RVN.
12997 (MSN 0082)
12998 (MSN 0083) shot down with B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ma4 13, 1972, South Vietnam
12999 (MSN 0084) in forced landing due to combat damage Apr 13, 1968 in South Vietnam.  
13000 (MSN 0085) downed in combat Nov 16, 1967 in South Vietnam.  Recovered for salvage, SOC Jul 1968.  
On display Apr 1989 at US Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, Virginia
13001 (MSN 0086) in accident with B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalr Regiment Aug 6, 1969
13002 (MSN 0087) 
13003 (MSN 0088)
66-0066 ... 66-0125
Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-198/B-257.
0066 (B-198) accepted by the US Army 8Jun66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -May67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers", Vietnam May 1967-
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0066
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by ground fire Oct 27, 1972
0067 (B-199) accepted by the US Army 9Jun66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -May67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers", Vietnam May67-May68
Crashed May 28, 1968 in South Vietnam
0068 (B-200) accepted by the US Army 20Jun66
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0068
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
0069 (B-201) accepted by the US Army 15Jun66
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" [1967-68] Named "War Wagon"
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0069
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
0070 (B-202) accepted by the US Army 16Jun66
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" [1967]
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0070
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0071 (B-203) accepted by the US Army 21Jun66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
Crashed Mar 5, 1967 in South Vietnam.
0072 (B-204) accepted by the US Army Jun66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Oct66-Jan67
Crashed near Can Tho, RVN Jan 15, 1967.  All 9 aboard killed.
0073 (B-205) accepted by the US Army 30Jun66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Oct66-Mar68
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0073
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0074 (B-206) accepted by the US Army 29Jun66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Oct66-Nov68  Named "Happy Hippie" 
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Jun69-Aug70	Named "Happy Hippie" 
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct71-Jul72
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01647
0075 (B-207)Accepted by the US Army 7Jul66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers: -Oct68
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01668
0076 (B-208) accepted by the US Army 5Jul66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" -Mar68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Jun68-Jan69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Jan70-May70
Crashed in South Vietnam May 30, 1970
0077 (B-209) accepted by the US Army 11Jul66
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24341.
0078 (B-210) accepted by the US Army 13Jul66
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company –Feb69 
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar69-Nov70  Named "We Help The Hurt" 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA Feb71-Dec71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company Boxcar Aug72-Sep72
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0078
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost to enemy action Mar 23, 1975.
0079 (B-211) accepted by the US Army 20Jul66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -May67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" May67-
MAP delivery to South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0079. 
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Explosion in cabin during approach Nov 10, 1970.  28 killed, 9 injured.  Possibility 
that one of the ARVN troops dropped a grenade in the cabin 
0080 (B-212) accepted by the US Army 20Jul66
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0080
Captured by North Vietnam at end of war.
0081 (B-213) Accepted by the US Army 20Jul66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -May67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" May67-
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0081
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0082 (B-214) Accepted by the US Army 22Jul66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA -Oct66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Nov66-Dec66 	Transferred to RVN Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Jan67–Mar68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jun68-Jan69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Oct69-Jul70
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep70
MAP transfer Feb72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0082
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Shot down by ground fire Nov 9, 1973
0083 (B-215) accepted by the US Army 25Jul66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA -Oct66
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Nov66-Dec66
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Jan67–Jul68
Crashed in Vietnam Nov 1, 1967.  While on a night resupply mission, the sling load hit ground 
causing pilot to turn on landing light, revealing it was about to hit a tree, then hit the tree 
causing it to crash and burn.
0084 (B-216) accepted by the US Army 1Aug66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0084
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by ground fire Dec 26, 1973, crashed and burned.
0085 (B-217) accepted by the US Army 4Aug66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0085
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Crashed Nov 3, 1972
0086 (B-218) accepted by the US Army 4Aug66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" [1968]	Named "The Silken Snarl" 
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms"   Named "The Silken Snarl"
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0086
Captured and operated by Vietnam People's AF 917th Mixed Air Regiment,
displayed at DaNang.  Now at War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
0087 (B-219) accepted by the US Army 8Aug66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0087
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost to North Vietnamese action action Mar 23, 1975.
0088 (B-220) accepted by the US Army 8Aug66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -May67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" May67
Shot down in Vietnam May 13, 1967, crashed and burned.
0089 (B-221) accepted by the US Army 11Aug66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -May67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" May67-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24347.
0090 (B-222) accepted by the US Army 16Aug66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24345
0091 (B-223) accepted by the US Army 15Aug66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0091
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by SA-7 Jun 3, 1973.  6 killed.
0092 (B-224) accepted by the US Army 20Aug66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec67-Mar69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Nov69-Aug70
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep70
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0092
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
0093 (B-225) accepted by the US Army 18Aug66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" -Feb67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar68-Apr70
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company May70-Jan71 
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec71-Jun74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules", Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24357.
0094 (B-226) accepted by the US Army 23Aug66
Assigned to A Company, 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 
Named "Wonder Wart-Hog"; "Philbert Desemex"
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0094
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Shot down Mar 23, 1975 and captured by NVA.  The aircraft preserved and on display at the Chinese 
Aviation Museum is believed to be 66-19004 
0095 (B-227) accepted by the US Army 24Aug66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA -Nov66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Dec66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company Pachyderms Aug68-Sep68	Named "The Hooker"
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Oct68-Feb69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Nov69-Aug70
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep70
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0095
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0096 (B-228) accepted by the US Army 25Aug66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 	Named "Born Free"
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0096
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0097 (B-229) accepted by the US Army 31Aug66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 		
Named "Ragin Cajun" [or "Raisin Cagin"?]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00069
0098 (B-230) accepted by the US Army 2Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 		Named "Jugbutt"
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0098
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Destroyed in combat Mar 23, 1975 
0099 (B-231) accepted by the US Army 2Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 	Named "Green Monster"
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0099
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down Apr 26, 1972 by ground fire and exploded in midair.  5 KIA.
0100 (B-232) accepted by the US Army 8Sep66
Assigned to 200th Aviation Company Pachyderms, Fort Benning, GA 12Dec66-Jan67	
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" Feb67-	Named "Beep Beep Yurass"
MAP transfer Oct72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0100
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war.
0101 (B-233) accepted by the US Army 9Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 	Named "The Skyraider"
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 85-24348.
0102 (B-234) accepted by the US Army 12Sep66	
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Nov66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Dec66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderm"s Aug68-Feb69	Named "Good Vibrations"
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Oct69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Sep70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company Muleskinners Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 86-01659
0103 (B-235) accepted by the US Army 15Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 		Named "The Desert Rat"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 86-01650
0104 (B-236) accepted by the US Army 23Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 		Named "Rufus II"
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 86-01674
0105 (B-237) accepted by the US Army 25Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 		Named "Double Trouble"
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Apr69-Nov70   Named "Iron Butterfly" 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0105
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang
Shot down by ground fire Jan 19, 1975.  11 KIA, 5 survived.
0106 (B-238) accepted by the US Army 25Sep66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA -Nov66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Dec66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" Aug68-Sep69	Named "Exodus"
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Oct68-Nov68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Jan71
Assigned to 349th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 245th Transportation Company (Aircraft General Support) USAREUR, West Germany Aug72-Jun73
Assigned to 582nd Transportation Company USAREUR, West Germany Jul73-Jun74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 82-23768.
0107 (B-239) accepted by the US Army 30Sep66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Nov66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Dec66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" Aug68-Oct68 	
Named "The Hulk"; "The Showboat"
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Nov68–Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Nov70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Feb75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 85-24344
0108 (B-240) accepted by the US Army 30Sep66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Nov66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Dec66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" Aug68-Oct68	Named “A” Modified
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company Nov68-Dec68
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Jan69-Apr69
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" May69-Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 82-23770
0109 (B-241) accepted by the US Army 19Sep66
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" 
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Crashed in Vietnam Dec 10, 1969.  The Flight Engineer was struck and killed by a rotor blade 
in the crash sequence that began with a dual SAS hard over
0110 (B-242) accepted by the US Army 24Sep66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0110
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Combat damage and force landed in the LZ Apr 12, 1972; subsequently destroyed by enemy action..
0111 (B-243) accepted by the US Army 30Sep66
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Crashed in South Vietnam May 25, 1971
0112 (B-244) accepted by the US Army 5Oct66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0112
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by ground fire May 29, 1971
0113 (B-245) accepted by the US Army 11Oct66
Assigned to 203rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71-Mar72 		Named "Short' 
MAP transfer Jul72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0113
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0114 (B-246) accepted by the US Army 11Oct66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Nov68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Dec68-Apr69
Assigned to 540th Transportation Company May69-Oct70
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Nov70-Mar71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company Muleskinners Fort Wainwright, AK Feb72-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA May75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01665
0115 (B-247) accepted by the US Army 12Oct66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov66-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67-Mar68
Assigned to 196th Assault Helicopter Company "Flippers" Apr68-Feb69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jul69-Apr71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Sep72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23776
0116 (B-248) accepted by the US Army 12Oct66
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23772
0117 (B-249) accepted by the US Army 18Oct66
MAP transfer Jan72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0117
Captured by North Vietnamese Army at end of war
0118 (B-250) accepted by the US Army 17Oct66
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Crashed Nov 22, 1974, Everett, Washington
0119 (B-251) accepted by the US Army 20Oct66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23765
0120 (B-252) accepted by the US Army 21Oct66
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" 
The aircraft had recovered an UH-1 in Bing Duong Province, RVN and was in the hover when it was 
hit by two rocket propelled grenades [RPGs] Oct 22, 1968. One exploded in the aircraft killing 
the flight engineer and damaging both flight control boost systems and utility hydraulic system; 
both generators went off line and lost the transmission fluid. The other RPG took out a 2 x 6 inch 
spar section of blade; the blade did not fail. The aircraft landed in a rice paddy in five feet of 
water. A CH-54 helicopter was unable to remove the Chinook because the fuselage had filled with 
water; the salvage was subsequently abandoned because of a hostile environment
0121 (B-253) accepted by the US Army 22Oct66
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany
Crashed in West Germany Feb 19, 1971.  The aircraft was returning from Hanau when it crashed 7 miles 
NNE of the runway on an ADF procedure turn at night while attempting to land at the Dolan Barracks 
airfield, Oberaspach, West Germany 
0122 (B-254) accepted by the US Army 24Oct66
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company [Medium Helicopter], 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK "Flippers" Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar68-Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company, Alaska Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-Jul75
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23762
0123 (B-255) accepted by the US Army 22Oct66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Dec68-Mar69	
Named "Heuys Breakfast of Champions"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24332
0124 (B-256) accepted by the US Army 26Oct66
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Mar67-Jan68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb68-Aug68
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Sep68-Dec68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jan69-Jul69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug69-Sep69	
Named "Chi Town"
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24336
0125 (B-257) accepted by the US Army 25Oct66
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-0125
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
66-0491 ... 66-0745
Bell UH-1C-BF Iroquois
MSN 1473/1727.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0491,0492,0494,0497/0499,0506,0511/0513,0520,0522,0524,0528,0535,0537,0539,0540,
0544,0546,0547,0551,0555,0557,0558,0560,0563,0567/0569,0572,0576,0584,0586,0588, 
0595,0599,0602,0605,0607/0609,0616,0618,0623,0625,0627,0629,0630,0632,0635,0636,
0641,0643,0645,0648,0649,0655,0659,0663,0664,0669,0672,0676,0679,0683/0685,
0687/0690,0698,0703,0708,0709,0717,0719,0721,0722,0726,0731,0733,0734 converted to UH-1M.
0664,0672 converted to JUH-1M
0506,0544,0555,0668,0568,0569,0605,0623,0625,0627,0629,0645,0679,0703,0733,0734 converted to QUH-1M.
0496 (501st Avn, A Co) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 27, 1966. 4 KIA.
0497 (MSN 1479) on static display at Boone, IA airport (Oct 13, 2003)
0528 saved from destruction by its crew chief on Jan 1, 1969 who died of his wounds and was
posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.  Upgraded to UH-1M.  Donated to National 
Warplane Museum, arriving November 2000.  Currently undergoing restoration
at Fort Irwin, CA, has tail boom of 65-9463.
0608, 0664 transferred to NASA.
0513 (MSN 1495) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
0514 (MSN 1496, 114th AHC) a main rotor blade cracked and crashed in a rice paddy in SVN Oct 26, 1967. 4 KIA.
0530 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
0540 (MSN 1522) to USMC as 600540
0546 (MSN 1528) to USMC as 600610.  On display in Oct 2009 at Camp W. G. Williams NG Training Facility, Bluffdale, Utah
0550 shot down by ground fire in South Vietnam Jun 21, 1967. 4 KIA.
0551 (MSN 1533) to National Military Heritage Museum, Saint Joseph, Missouri
0552 (116th AHC) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Jun 5, 1969. 4 KIA.
0558 to Army NG
0562 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
0587 (57th AHC) hit by small arms fire and crashlanded in Cambodia Dec 22, 1969. 2 MIA, 2 rescued.
0594 (119th AHC) shot down by AAA near Dak To, SVN Nov 10, 1967. 2 KIA, 2 rescued.
0596 (119th AHC) shot down by small arms fire in SVN May 6, 1967. 3 KIA, 1 injured.
0608 transferred to NASA.  Mar 2007 was N417NP.
0609 (MSN 1591) at USS Masachusetts Memorial Committee, Fall River, Massachusetts Apr 2007
0610 (MSN 1592) to USMC as 600610
0611 (101st ABN) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Nov 27, 1968. 5 KIA.
0613 (191st AHC) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Sep 3, 1968. 2 KIA, 1 MIA, 1 rescued.
0616 preserved at White Sands Missile Range
0627 to Army NG
0632 (MSN 1614) mounted on a post at Heck Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park, Monroe, Michigan
0634 (235th Avn) hit by ground fire and crashed in SVN Feb 2, 1968.  All 5 KIA.
0643 preserved McEntire ANGS, South Carolina
0644 as serial 320 exhibited at FAS Museum, San Salvador/Iiopango Airport Nov 2007
0645 (MSN 1627) to AMARC as XA0305
0648 (MSN 1630) noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA
0651 (114th AHC) crashed at landing in thunderstorm at Vinh Long, SVN Aug 1, 1967. 4 KIA, 1 injured.
0664 assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL.  Registered as NASA 418.
Registered as N418NA May 29, 1986; cancelled Sep 16, 1993
0673 (5th Cav, 3rd Sqn, D Troop) crashed after midair collision
0675 at Museum of Flight, Santa Monica, CA.
0677 (5th Cav, 3rd Sqn, D Troop) crashed after midair collision with UH-1C 66-0673 near Ben Luc, SVN May 26, 1967.
0678 (MSN 1660) registered N58RF with US Department of Commerce, Miami, FL Jun 29, 1980.
Registration cancelled Jul 9, 1984.
0683 (MSN 1665) noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS with boom from 66-15091
Still there Oct 2006 with SN 15091 on vertical fin
0686 (MSN 1668) plane marked as 66-0686 at Chanute Air Museum is actually 61-0686.
0687 to Army NG
0693 (189th AHC) crashed and burned due engine failure in SVN Mar 11, 1968. 2 crew KIA, 2 survived.
0696 with 173 AVN in Vietnam
0700 (48th AHC) shot down by heavy machine gun in Laos Feb 20, 1971. 3 crew MIA, 1 crew POW.
0707 (188th AHC) crashed after midair collision with 66-0710 in SVN Jul 31, 1967. 4 KIA.
0710 (188th AHC) crashed after midair collision with 66-0707 in SVN Jul 31, 1967.
0720 with 135 AHC in Vietnam
0726 (UH-1M, 227th AHB, D Co) crashed into ground in SVN Jan 2, 1970. 4 KIA.
0731 stored Lansing, Michigan
0739 lost Jan 10, 1970 near Hoi An, SVN Jan 10, 1970.  Crew chief KIA, 3 crewmembers MIA.
0740 (MSN 5223) in midair collision when CH-47 67-18457 descended on top of UH-1C Jul 1, 1968 Kontum
Province, South Vietnam
66-0746 ... 66-1210
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 5229/5693.  Many to FMS.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
Many converted to UH-1H
0765,0920 converted to GUH-1H
0894,1164 converted to JUH-1H
0772,0831,0902,0945,1046,1104,1105 converted to UH-1V.
0746 (MSN 5229) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N149AC.
Registered Sep 8, 2008 to Aerial Agriculture P/L of Armidale
as VH-ONZ
0749 (MSN 5232) was up for sale on Ebay, but is now in the Malta Aviation Museum after being involved in the
movie "Munich".
0751 (MSN 5234) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0409 May 17, 1995
0759 (MSN 5242) noted at Hardwood Weapons Range, Wisconsin Aug 2001
0760 (MSN 5243) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0536 Oct 3, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0761 (MSN 5244) to American Legion Post #661, Washburn, Illinois
0764 (MSN 5247) at American Legion Post #109, Gaffney, South Carolina Jun 2007
0765 (MSN 5248) on display at Museum of Flying, 1997.  To Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum, Compton, California
0768 (MSN 5251) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0592 Oct 7, 1996. 
0770 (MSN 5253) to Chile AF as H-94.
0771 (MSN 5254, 118th AHC) collidied midair with UH-1D 65-12863 and crashlanded in SVN Nov 24, 1969. No injuries, 
all crew rescued. 65-12863 crashed. 
0772 (MSN 5255)  converted to UH-1V. To N772CP.  At Clover Park
Technical College, WA Jul 2006
0777 (MSN 5260) to Korean Army in 1991
0782 (MSN 5265) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N12UH.
Then to Spain as EC-356, later EC-GIU.  Registered Jun 20, 2006
to Siemens Financial Services AB of Solna as SE-JOK
0784 (MSN 5267) located in 2008 at Veterans Museum, Gaffney, SC
0785 (MSN 5268) to Jordanian AF as 820.  Derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006
at Ozark Blackwell Field, AL
0786 (MSN 5269) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1206G.
Up for sale by Dakota Air Parts International, Inc.
0789 (MSN 5272) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N19UH, later EC-GOE.
Registered Nov 27, 2006 to FAASA as CC-CEL
0791 (MSN 5274) mounted on a post at the Guard base at Davenport, IA Apr 29, 2002
0792 (MSN 5275) converted to UH-1H. Registered N85NW May 15, 1995.  Later to civil registry as N411DR.  Crashed 16 mi 
SE of Sandpoint, ID Jun 21, 2002 during logging operations.
0795 (MSN 5278) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N165AS
0796 (MSN 5279) mounted on a pole outside VFW Hall 6691, Fraser, Michigan
0798 (MSN 5281) to N9914M Dec 2001.
0802 (MSN 5285, 173rd Avn) collidied with another UH-1 in SVN Apr 23, 1969. 11 KIA.
0805 (MSN 5288) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0590 Sep 30, 1996
0809 (MSN 5292) noted Mar 1, 2004 on dump at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  It had been leased to the
RNZAF for peacekeeping duty with the UN in the Sinai from Mar 20, 1982 to Apr 1986.
0810 (MSN 5293) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0398 May 8, 1995
0811 (MSN 5294) lost near Vong Ro Bay, SVN Dec 2, 1967.  4 crew MIA.
0814 (MSN 5297) sold to Greek Army as ES-815.
0816 (MSN 5299) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0563 Oct 24, 1995. Allocated civilian
registration number N40690 June 2001.
0821 (MSN 5304) to VA ARNG
0822 (MSN 5305) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N205FD
0825 (MSN 5308) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N825HX
0826 (MSN 5309) to Chile as H-95 and preserved in Oct 2012.
0827 (MSN 5310) Bell Helicopters reports the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired Sep 19, 2008
0828 (MSN 5311) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N792CF
0831 (MSN 5314) converted to UH-1V.  Stored Otis ANGB.  To American Legion Post #79, Massena, New York
0835 (MSN 5318) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0511 Oct 2, 1995. Allicated civil
regiatration of N83CF July 2001.  To Yemen Air Force Jan 2011.
0836 (MSN 5319) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N302SD Feb 7, 2008.   Since supplied to Colombian
Army as EJC-406
0837 (MSN 5320) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N8281B Jun 2, 1995.  Became EC-951, then
EC-GDJ.  Believed w/o Mar 19, 1998.
0841 (MSN 5324) stored Fort Carson, Colorado
0843 (MSN 5326) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N354SD Feb 7, 2008
0844 (MSN 5327) converted to UH-1H.  w/o Jun 13, 1990.  Wreck stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
0845 (MSN 5328, 190th AHC) during takeoff the main rotor blade hit a flag pole and crashed at Hoc Mon, 
SVN Feb 1, 1969. 5 KIA, 4 injured.
0848 (MSN 5331) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0356 Oct 4, 1988
0850 (MSN 5333) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0329 Sep 22, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC
8/28/2000.
0855 (MSN 5338, UH-1H) w/o May 1989.
0856 (MSN 5339) to Korean Army in 1991.
0858 9MSN 5341) Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired Jul 2, 2002
0859 (MSN 5342) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N310SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army EJC-400. 
0861 (MSN 5344) to El Salvador AF as FAES 202
0863 (MSN 5346) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0506 Sep 29, 1995.
0868 (MSN 5351) destroyed in combat operations Jan 2, 1968.  3 KIA, 3 injured.  The helicopter at VFW Post #4641
at Dickson, Tennessee must be a different aircraft.
0869 (MSN 5352) converted to NUH-1H: Became N226MS.  At one time was with
El Salvador AF as FAES 286
0873 (MSN 5356) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0533 Oct 3, 1995.
0875 (MSN 5358) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0386 Mar 15, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0877 (MSN 5360) noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
0878 (MSN 5361) to Korean Army in 1991
0882 (MSN 5365) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0470 Sep 22, 1995
0883 (MSN 5366) registered N911GC Mar 30, 1995
0886 (MSN 5369) to Air America as Y-15 Apr , 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-18.
To South Korean Army as 00886.  Crashed on Youngmun
Mountain Feb 20, 2008.  All 7 onboard killed.
0888 (MSN 5371) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0360 Oct 7, 1988
0896 (MSN 5379) to Air America as Y-16 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  
Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0395 May 5, 1995.  To Colombian AF
0899 (MSN 5382) to Korean Army in 1991
0902 (MSN 5385) to UH-1V.  At Bradford RAP, PA, Hwy 59 May 2006
0903 (MSN 5386) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N84NW
0904 (MSN 5387) to civil registry as N8154L.  Became N205UD, then
EC-298, then EC-GJA.
0906 (MSN 5389) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N771AR
0909 (MSN 5392) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 30, 1967. 3 KIA, 1 POW
0911 (MSN 5394) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0594 Dec 16, 1996
0912 (MSN 5395) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0599 Jan 24, 1997. Sold to Argentine Army as AE-437 in 1997.
0913 (MSN 5396) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N5517Z
0915 (MSN 5398) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N205UD Jun 1, 1995.  Became
EC-GDM.  Registered Dec 1, 2005 to Fumigacion Aerea Andaluza SA
as CC-CMF.  Crashed during firefighting at San Clemente, Chile Mar 24, 2011. 
1 killed, 1 injured.
0920 (MSN 5403) to civil registry as N66920, registration cancelled
Feb 20, 2008 as "destroyed"
0925 (MSN 5408) registered N140SP Feb 23, 1995 
0929 (MSN 5412) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0489 Sep 26, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0930 (MSN 5413) converted to UH-1V.  To AMARC as XA0645 May 24, 2000.
0934 (MSN 5417) noted summer 2005 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK, in July 2010 at
Pioneer Air Museum, Fairbanks, AK.
0935 (MSN 5418) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0413 May 19, 1995
0939 (UH-1H, MSN 5422) to Peru National Police as PNP-328
0944 (MSN 5427) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0431 Jul 24, 1995.  Registered N8054Q Jul 16, 2003.
To Australian registry as VH-UEE Oct 21, 2004.
0945 (MSN 5428) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N356SD Feb 7, 2008, cancelled Jul 17 2009.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army EJC-407.  Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired
Oct 27, 2006
0953 (MSN 5436) withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap,
Muir AAF, PA 5-24-2001.
0954 (MSN 5437) as UH-1H-II PNC-0706 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
0955 (MSN 5438) to El Salvador AF as FAES 282
0957 (MSN 5440) to Korean Army in 1991
0960 (MSN 5443) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0597 Jan 23, 1997
0962 (MSN 5445) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0403 May 15, 1995
0965 (MSN 5448) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0551 Oct 10, 1995
0966 (MSN 5449) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0384 Mar 13, 1995.
0968 (MSN 5451, 116th AHC) crashed due mechanical failure Jan 2, 1969. 6 KIA.
0970 (MSN 5453) now owned by Chapter 243 of Vietnam Veterans of
America #243, Lee's Summit, Missouri.  Trailered to a variety of
events.
0971 (MSN 5454) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0405 May 15, 1995.
0973 (MSN 5456) sold to Colombian Police as PNC-0707
0975 (MSN 5458) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
0979 (MSN 5462) to Korean Army in 1991.
0980 (MSN 5463) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0452 Aug 31, 1995.
0982 (MSN 5465) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0480 Sep 25, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0983 (MSN 5466) to civil registry as N1217A.  To Spain in 1997 as EC-GSO
0992 (MSN 5575) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N149AC
0993 (MSN 5476, 174th AHC) shot down a heavy machine gun at San Juan Hill, SVN Aug 15, 1969. Crew of 4 and 
11 soldiers killed.
0999 (MSN 5482) registered N344WN Jan 1995
1000 (MSN 5483) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0593 Oct 8, 1996
1001 (MSN 5484) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0338 
1004 (MSN 5487) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
1005 (MSN 5488) to Korean Army in 1991
1007 (MSN 5490) registred N142SP Feb 23, 1995
1009 (MSN 5492) to civil registry as N774AR.  Registration cancelled Mar 10, 2004
as sold in South Africa.  Registered Dec 22, 2006 to user
in South Africa as ZU-ELP
1010 (MSN 5493) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0522 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
1012 (MSN 5495) transferred to US Navy as 661012.  Assigned to VXE-6 in 1970.  W/o Jan 9, 1975.
1016 (MSN 5499, 174th AHC) crashed after midair collision with Cessna O-2 67-21415 near Quang Ngai City, SVN 
Jun 13, 1968. 4 crew and 3 infantrymen killed.  O-2 also crashed, killing its pilot.
1023 (MSN 5506) registered N2055V Feb 10, 2006
1026 (MSN 5509) Donated to Moody Bible Institute's aviation training program. Registered N6977Z Mar 24, 1995.
Sold to Riverside County Sheriff's Department in 2005. 
1032 (MSN 5515) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
1034 (MSN 5517) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
1036 (MSN 5519) to NASA
1037 (MSN 5520) with 118th AHC in Vietnam 
1038 (MSN 5521) crashed Jun 5, 1989.
1039 (MSN 5522) mounted on post at VFW Post #540 in Dixon, IL
1040 (MSN 5523) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as
XC-BBJ.
1042 (MSN 5525) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0420 Jun 2, 1995.  Allocated civil
registration N83CF July 2001.  Currently registered N24CF.  Reported substantially
damaged at Melrose, NM Nov 13, 2006
1043 (MSN 5526) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARCas XA0324 Sep 22, 1988
1050 (MSN 5533) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0490 Sep 26, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
1052 (MSN 5535) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N312SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army as EJC-408.
1057 (MSN 5540) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was reported Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
1058 (MSN 5541) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0585 Sep 9, 1996.  As 053 with Uruguayan AF,
delivered Jul 21, 1998.
1062 (MSN 5545) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N854M
1065 (MSN 5548) registred N143SP Feb 23, 1995
1068 (MSN 5551) converted to UH-1H.  w/o Apr 1993
1071 (MSN 5554) on display in May 2014 at the United States Army Heritage Museum, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
1073 (MSN 5556) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0586 Sep 10, 1996
1075 (MSN 5558) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0417 May 22, 1995
1077 (MSN 5560) to Korean Army in 1991.
1078 (MSN 5561) at Vietnam Memorial, Big Spring, Texas
1080 (MSN 5563) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N760HP.  At Nashville IAP, TN Jan 2008
1086 (MSN 5569) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N9218Q
1088 (MSN 5571) to Korean Army in 1991.
1091 (MSN 5574) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0566 Oct 31, 1995
1093 (MSN 5576) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0494 Sep 27, 1995.  Returned to service.  Registered N8053Y Jul 16, 2003.
1096 (MSN 5579) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
1097 (MSN 5580) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N15UH.
Became EC-GOF.  Believed crashed Aug 4, 2000.
1101 (MSN 5584) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N9289F
1103 (MSN 5586) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N903HE
1104 (MSN 5587) updated to UH-1H, then to V model medevac, then back to UH-1H.  
To civil registry as N3053Q.
1106 (MSN 5589, 195th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Oct 9, 1969. 5 KIA.
1109 (MSN 5592) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0406 May 15, 1995.
1112 (MSN 5595, 135th AHC) hit high tension cables and crashed between Saigon and Bien Hia, SVN Jan 3, 1969. 4 KIA.
1116 (MSN 5599) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0347. Sep 29, 1988
1120 (MSN 5603) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was reported Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker.
1121 (MSN 5604, UH-1H) to Bosnian-Hertzegovina Federation Army as VF-1806, then A-2615
1125 (MSN 5608) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.   To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N357SD Feb 7, 2008
1127 (MSN 5610) registred N4212Y Mar 1, 1995 (N9110C had previously been reserved,
but was not taken up)  Registration N441FA reserved Mar 6, 2009,
taken up Mar 31, 2009.
1129 (MSN 5612) to Greensburg, Pennsylvania
1130 (MSN 5613) to Vietnam Veterans Assoc. #133, Pontiac, Michigan
1136 (MSN 5619) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0387 Mar 20, 1995. Allocated civilian registration
number of N40707 June 2001.
1139 (MSN 5622) noted Feb 2001 with Charlotte County Mosquito Control at Punta Gorda, Florida.
1141 (MSN 5624) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0478 Sep 25, 1995.
Registration N66NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006
1147 (MSN 5630) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N127FC
1148 (MSN 5631, UH-1H) became N6738B.  Became EC-297, then EC-GIZ.
1156 (MSN 5639) converted to UH-1D.  Registered N82814 Jun 2, 1995.  Now flying in Spain as EC-GDK.
After N82814, had Spanish test registration of EC-948 before becoming EC-GDK.
Registered Jul 8, 2005 to SG Finans AS of Alvalen as SE-JJK.
1159 (MSN 5642, 335th AHC) crashed after midair collision with UH-1D 64-13738 near Bien Hoa, South Vietnam May 1, 1967. 4 KIA.
1161 (MSN 5644) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0500 Sep 28, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
1162 (MSN 5645) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N126AC May 25, 1995
1163 (MSN 5646) to NASA
1165 (MSN 5648) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XS0390 Apr 10, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
1166 (MSN 5649) to RAAF as A2-649 May 9, 1967. Later upgraded to UH-1H. As A2-649 on display at the Flypast Museum of
Australian Army Flying, Oakey, Queensland
1167 (MSN 5650) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica
as XC-BBK
1168 (MSN 5651) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
1169 (MSN 5652) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N169KM.
In 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
1170 (MSN 5653) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0410 May 17, 1995.  To Colombia as FAC287 and on display in Mar 2014
in Mjseo Aereo Fenix, Cali, Colombia.
1171 (MSN 5654) to Texas ARNG
1172 (MSN 5655, 176th AC) shot down by AAA at Oscar 8 sector, Laos during a Prairie Fire mission Jan 5, 1968. 5 KIA.
1174 (MSN 5657) on civil registry as N313CF.  Used in filming of the 2002
Mel Gibson film "We Were Soldiers".
1177 (MSN 5660) to Korean Army in 1991.
1181 (MSN 5664) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0501 Sep 28, 1995.  To Chile AF as H-82.
Registered N50518 Sep 8, 2005.  Seen stripped with Northwest
Helicopters, Olympia MAP, WA Jun 2006
1182 (MSN 5665) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0556 Oct 16, 1995.  Registration
N660TB reserved May 9, 2005, taken up Aug 8, 2005
1184 (MSN 5667) to Bosnian-Hertzegovina Federation Army as VF-1807, then A-2626
1186 (MSN 5669, 176th AHC) crashed due tail rotor failure in SVN Dec 13, 1967. 6 KIA, 1 survived.
1194 (MSN 5677) stored Ozark, Alabama
1197 (MSN 5680) noted Feb 2001 with Charlotte County Mosquito Control at Punta Gorda, Florida
1204 (MSN 5687) reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
1207 (MSN 5690, 128th AHC) crashed due engine failure in SVN Mar 12, 1970. 4 crew and 9 passanger KIA.
1208 (MSN 5691) to Bosnia and Heerzegonina AF as VF-1808 and stored at Rajlivac AB in May 2012.
66-7775 ... 66-7942
Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
Hughes Model 369A.  MSN 0089/0256
7775 (MSN 0089) to civil registry as N87SC with Snohomish County Sheriff's Office, Washington Feb 25, 1994.
To Lancaster Helicopters, Landisville, Pennsylvania Apr 24, 2001.  Crashed into Susquehanna river Oct 31, 2001.
Aircraft was recovered
7776 (MSN 0090) crashed with D Troop 3rd Squadrom, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Vinh Long, South Vietnam 
Nov 20, 1969. 2 KIA.
7777 (MSN 0091)
7778 (MSN 0092)
7779 (MSN 770093) to Army National Guard Oct 1974.  To civil registry as N818SC.
7780 (MSN 0094) in accident with B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Mar 8, 1968
7781 (MSN 0095) shot down with B Troop 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 11, 1971 in South Vietnam.
7782 (MSN 0096) combat damage with B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 11, 1971 in South Vietnam
7783 (MSN 0097) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1972-Feb 1972
Accident Feb 5, 1972 South Vietnam
7784 (MSN 0098) Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Accident Dec 22, 1968 South Vietnam
7785 (MSN 0099) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Accident Jul 28, 1968 South Vietnam
7786 (MSN 0100) to US Border Patrol as N28JK Jul 11, 1991.  WFU and registration cancelled May 3, 1996.
7787 (MSN 0101)
7788 (MSN 0102)
7789 (MSN 0103)
7790 (MSN 0104) reported being restored for static display at Weide AAF, MD
7791 (MSN 0105) in accident Aug 10, 1968 South Vietnam
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Last reported at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, MD
7792 (MSN 0106)
7793 (MSN 0107)
7794 (MSN 0108)
7795 (MSN 0109)
7796 (MSN 0110)
7797 (MSN 0111) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968
Combat damage Jan 22, 1968 South Vietnam and force landed
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-May 1968
Crashed and burned May 22, 1968 Dak To, South Vietnam,
7798 (MSN 0112)
7799 (MSN 0113) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967
Accident Nov 22, 1967 Chu Lai, South Vietnam.  Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Nov 1967 for repairs
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1969-Aug 1969
To US Border Patrol as N6641A Apr 9, 1992. To Department of Homeland Security after 2002. To AMARC Jan 7, 2011.
To US Department of Agriculture/Aphis Ws Aviation Training May 4, 2011.  Stripped hulk for
sale by GSA Auctions at  USDA/Aphis WS Aviation Training, Cedar City, UT Oct 15, 2014.  Sale reported Feb 18, 2015. 
7800 (MSN 0114) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-1968
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Dec 1968-Dec 1970
7801 (MSN 0115) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug68-Jan69
Combat damage Nov 2, 1968 Pleiku Province, RVN. The aircraft received heavy NVA machine gun fire during an 
armed reconnaissance near the Oasis.  Crashed Jan 10, 1969, South Vietnam
7802 (MSN 0116) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Jan 1968
Shot down by automatic weapons fire Jan 15, 1968, RVN. The aircraft crashed and was destroyed
7803 (MSN 0117) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov67-Jan68
Combat damage Jan 22, 1968 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Apr-May 1969.  Accident May 7, 1969 South Vietnam
7804 (MSN 0118) on display at Mississippi Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, MS
7805 (MSN 0119) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov67-Jan68.  
Shot down by automatic weapons fire Jan 20, 1968, RVN
7806 (MSN 0120) Delivered to US Army Sep 1967.
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-May 1968.
Shot down by automatic weapons fire May 18, 1968 Kontum Province, South Vietnam.   Crashed and burned
7807 (MSN 0121) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Jan 1968
Combat damage Jan 11, 1968 South Vietnam when hit by small arms fire.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  On Dec 12, 1970, two U.S. Army helicopter OH-6A  
(tail numbers 66-17759 and 66-07807) from B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry were involved in a night 
time mid-air collision while operating in the Vinh Long Province (IV Corps).
Both aircraft crashed and burned with no survivors.
7808 (MSN 0122) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Feb 1968-Apr 1968.  Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Accident May 14, 1968, South Vietnam.
7809 (MSN 0123) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968
Accident Mar 8, 1968 South Vietnam
7810 (MSN 0124) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Destroyed after flying into a dead tree May 1, 1968 
during a visual reconnaissance mission over the A Shau Valley, South Vietnam. 
7811 (MSN 0125) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
Accident Dec 15, 1971 South Vietnam.
7812 (MSN 0126) Delivered to US Army Oct 1967.  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company Flying Circus, 
1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).  Shot down Jul 4, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN when the 
aircraft received heavy ground fire, crashed and then exploded and burned.
7813 (MSN 0127) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Oct 6, 1970 South Vietnam
7814 (MSN 0128) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.  Accident Sep 25, 1968
7815 (MSN 0129)
7816 (MSN 0130)
7817 (MSN) assigned to 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company Headhunters 1967–May 1968.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jul 1968.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Jun 1969
Combat damage May 9, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered and repaired.
Flying low level through Phan Rang Pass under orders from the flight leader and damaged when hit tree 
with chin bubble Jun 26, 1969 in South Vietnam.  Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Jul 1969.  Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to 245th Aviation Regiment.  Registered N301SD to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, Gulfport, 
Mississippi, Oct 5, 1993; current
7818 (MSN 0132) Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry [Feb 1968]
Damaged Feb 4, 1968 Hua Nghia Province, RVN by automatic weapons fire.  Accident Oct 5, 1968
7819 (MSN 0133) Accident Feb 15, 1968
7820 (MSN 970134) Delivered to US Army Oct 1967 to Sharpe Army Depot
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Nov 1967
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1967
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Jan 1968-Feb 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Mar 1968-Apr 1968
Assigned to Headquarters Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry May 1968-Jun 1968
Combat damage 18Jun68 South Vietnam and made an emergency landing. Later recovered and repaired
Accident Jul 20, 1968 South Vietnam. Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1968
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Aug 1968-Nov 1968
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City Dec 1968-Aug 1969
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Sep 1969
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division Nov 1969-Jan 1970
Damaged on landing at LZ Cabra Jan 20, 1970 South Vietnam. 	
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1970
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Feb 1970-May 1970
Assigned to 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Jul 1970-Jun 1972
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973-Mar 1973 
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973-Jun 1973
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Jul 1973-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974.  Registered N21772 Oct 25, 1999; current
7821 (MSN 0135) assigned to 11th General Support Aviation Company, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile)
Accident Feb 14, 1970 South Vietnam
7822 (MSN 0136) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.  Accident May 16, 1968
7823 (MSN 0137, 17th Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 8, 1969. 2 KIA.
7824 (MSN 0138) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jun 1969-Jun 1971
7825 (MSN 0139)  Assigned to 6th Battalion, 27th Field Artillery. 
Accident Jul 19, 1968 Long Khanh Province, RVN. 
7826 (MSN 0140) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968
Combat damage Aug 30, 1968 South Vietnam.  Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry 
Accident Dec 16, 1969 South Vietnam.
7827 (MSN 0141) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1967-Feb 1968.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Jul 1968.
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Sep 14, 1968 South Vietnam
7828 (MSN 0142) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Jul 2, 1969 South Vietnam
7829 (MSN 0143) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Jul 1968
Assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, South Vietnam.
Accident Jan 4, 1970 crashed and burned, RVN.  2 killed, one injured
7830 (MSN 0144) assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, South Vietnam
Shot down Mar 15, 1968 Thua Thien Province, RVN by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
7831 (MSN 0145) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Apr 1969-Jul 1969.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident Oct 4, 1969 South Vietnam
7832 (MSN 0146) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1967-Jan 1968
Shot down by small arms fire 22Jan68 Pleiku Province, RVN. 
7833 (MSN 0147) accident Mar 18, 1968 in South Vietnam
7834 (MSN 0148) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1968–Mar 1968.
Combat damage Mar 14, 1968 South Vietnam
7835 (MSN 0149) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1968–Mar 1968
Severely damaged by NVA small arms fire Jan 30, 1968 while screening in front of Blues near Kontum City, RVN. 
Lost the tail boom and spread the skids. Recovered and repaired.  Accident Jun 11, 1971
7836 (MSN 0150) damaged by small arms fire Feb 18, 1968. Observer hit. Repaired. Shot down by small arms 
fire in Hau Nghia Province, RVN Nov 16, 1968. 3 KIA.
7837 (MSN 0151)
7838 (MSN 0152) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1969
7839 (MSN 0153)
7840 (MSN 0154) bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, Texas.  In accident May 17, 1968
7841 (MSN 0155) registered N17WW to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; 
later to Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC; sale reported Aug 9, 2012, cancelled Jun 7, 2013
7842 (MSN 0156) Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1971–Nov 1971
Accident Nov 27, 1971 South Vietnam
7843 (MSN 0157, 101st Abn, 3rd BDE) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Apr 29, 1970. 2 KIA.
7844 (MSN 0158) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1969-May 1970.
Accident May 11, 1970 South Vietnam
7845 (MSN 0159) bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX.  Accident May 16, 1968
7846 (MSN 0160) bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX.  Accident May 16, 1968
7847 (MSN 0161) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Sep 20, 1968 South Vietnam.
7848 (MSN 0162) in accident Apr 25, 1968
7849 (MSN 0163) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1968.
Assigned to 610th Transportation Company May 1968.  Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation 
Brigade Outcasts.  Destroyed Jan 29, 1972, Phong Dinh Province, RVN. The aircraft was being re-armed prior to
a mission when it exploded.
7850 (MSN 0164) bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX.  Accident May 30, 1968
7851 (MSN 0165) assigned US Army National Guard – Colorado.  Accident Sep 5, 1991. The aircraft was under 
NVGs at 225' AGL when it hit a radio tower guy wire on an unlit 306' radio transmission tower, 
severing a main rotor blade. Transmission assembly separated and the aircraft hit the ground in a 
40-degree nose-down, left-roll attitude, coming to rest on its left side in a field 6 miles SE of Buckley ANG Base.
7852 (MSN 0166) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 1st Brigade, 9th Cavalry Division
Crashed and burned Feb 12, 1968 An Khe Pass, Binh Dinh province, RVN. 
7853 (MSN 0167) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse. 
Hit by small arms fire and crashed Nov 2, 1968 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a day 
visual reconnaissance SW of Loc Ninh 				
7854 (MSN 0168) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
Collidied midair with OH-6A 67-16018 and crashed near Lai Khe, SVN Jul 4, 1968.
7855 to N6641D to US Border Patrol Air Operations Apr 9, 1992, later to Department of Homeland Security.
On June 4, 2009 the aircraft experienced a hard landing at Benson Municipal Airport, Benson, Arizona.   
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services 
(USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, May 2, 2011.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at USDA/Aphis 
WS Aviation Training, Cedar City, UT Oct 15, 2014.  Sale reported to Guam Feb 24, 2015.
7856 (MSN 0170) assigned E Battery, 82nd Artillery Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).  
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Jan 4, 1969. 1 KIA.
7857 (MSN 0171) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Shot down by automatic weapons fire Feb 12, 1969 Phuoc Long Province, crashed and burned.
7858 (MSN 0172) assigned to 11th General Support Aviation Company, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).
Accident Sep 4, 1969 South Vietnam
7859 (MSN 0173) assigned to 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment
7860 (MSN 0174)  Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1970-Jul 1970
Combat damage Apr 6, 1970 Laos and force landed. Later recovered and repaired
Combat damage Jul 21, 1970 17km NE of Pleiku, Pleiku Province, RVN. While working northeast of Pleiku, 
A Troop made contact with elements of an NVA sapper battalion. The battle started when both LOHs in a 
Scout team were shot down and burned. They had a midair and all aboard were killed
7861 (MSN 0175, 17th Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Feb 19, 1968. 3 KIA.
7862 (MSN 0176) 
7863 (MSN 0177) assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Accident Oct 2, 1972 South Vietnam
7864 (MSN 0178) 
7865 (MSN 0179) to Maryland Army National Guard. Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas
7866 (MSN 0180) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1968-Apr 1968
Combat damage Mar 14, 1968 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered and repaired.
Hit by anti-aircraft fire Apr 18, 1968 in South Vietnam and crashed in the midst of a reinforced 
North Vietnamese Army battalion while on a reconnaissance mission. Later destroyed
7867 (MSN 0181) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Aug 6, 1969 South Vietnam.
7868 (MSN 0182) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1968
The aircraft was forced down, crashed and burned Feb 24, 1968 Kontum Province, RVN while covering for the Infantry.
7869 (MSN 0183)  assigned to B Troop, 15th TC, 1st Cavalry. 
Accident Sep 25, 1969 South Vietnam
7870 (MSN 0184) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Dec 2, 1968 South Vietnam
7871 (MSN 0185) in accident Jun 25, 1968 South Vietnam
7872 (MSN 0186) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Shot down by automatic weapons fire Jan 20, 1969 Binh Duong province, RVN, crashed and burned.
7873 (MSN 0187) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry.  Accident Mar 29, 1969 South Vietnam
7874 (MSN 0188) to US Border Patrol as N6639R Apr 9, 1992. To Department of Homeland Security after 2002.  
On Oct 15, 2004 the aircraft collided with terrain while performing low altitude maneuvers 4 miles west 
of the Jacumba Airport, Jacumba, California. The US Border Patrol Air Operations was operating the 
helicopter; the helicopter sustained substantial damage.  To AMARC Jan 7, 2011.
To US Department of Agriculture Aug 2, 2011
7875 (MSN 0189) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1968.
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar 1968.  Assigned to 608th Transportation Company Oct68. 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1968-Sep 1969
Shot down by AK weapons fire at very close range Sep 28, 1969 at LZ English, South Vietnam by NVA. 
7876 (MSN 0190) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Sep 1, 1968
7877 (MSN 0191) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-May 1968
Accident May 5, 1968 South Vietnam. Tail rotor failure during normal flight.   Accident Jun 11, 1968 South Vietnam
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.  Returned to Vietnam
7878 (MSN 0192)
7879 (MSN 0193) Assigned to 11th General Support Aviation Company, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile)
Accident Sep 4, 1969 South Vietnam.  Assigned to A Troop, 11th Cavalry
Accident Feb 15, 1970, Bien Hoa Province, RVN. The aircraft landed to investigate an earlier OH-6 
shoot down near Nha Be. The pilot was severely burned; the body of the gunner was recovered after 
insertion of Marines to secure the site.
7880 (MSN 0194) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Destroyed by fire in accident Apr 28, 1968, South Vietnam
7881 (MSN 0195) Delivered to US Army Dec 1967.  Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Combat damage Jan 25, 1972 An Xugen Province, RVN and crashed
7882 (MSN 0196) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  ccident Dec 29, 1969 South Vietnam
7883 (MSN 0197) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident May 10, 1969 South Vietnam
7884 (MSN 0198) 
7885 (MSN 0199) Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009] 
7886 (MSN 0200) Assigned to 605th Transportation Company. 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1969-Sep 1969
Sustained major damage in crash when ran out of fuel Sep 22, 1969 Phu Cat AFB, South Vietnam. 
7887 (MSN 0201) in accident Oct 16, 1972.
7888 (MSN 0202)  assigned B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry, South Vietnam.
Shot down by small arms fire Apr 28, 1968 Gia Dinh Province, RVN. 	
7889 (MSN 0203) assigned C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry, South Vietnam.
Accident May 23, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN and destroyed by fire.  Pilot injured, observer killed.
7890 (MSN 0204)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry. 
Accident Apr 11, 1968 South Vietnam
7891 (MSN 0205) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.  Accident Nov 7, 1971 South Vietnam.
7892 (MSN 0206) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
Combat damaged Dec 5, 1968 Kien Giang Province, RVN, by enemy fire and crashed. Repaired
7893 (MSN 0207) assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry. 
Accident Apr 2, 1968 South Vietnam
7894 (MSN 0208) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA. 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Ruthless Riders Sep 1969-Nov 1969
Combat damage Nov 2, 1969 Quang Duc Province, RVN. . The aircraft drew AK-47 fire from the position. 
The aircraft landed in an open field near highway QL14.
7895 (MSN 0209)  Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse
The aircraft was shot down in an ambush near Bu Dop, Quang Duc Province, RVN. Jan 20, 1970
7896 (MSN 0210) in accident Mar 29, 1968 in South Vietnam
7897 (MSN 0211) assigned to 166th Transportation Company.  Accident May 21, 1970 South Vietnam
7898 (MSN 0212) 
7899 (MSN 0213) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Company, 1st Infantry Division.  Accident Feb 18, 1969 South Vietnam
7900 (MSN 0214) to Republic of China AF as 901
7901 (MSN 0215) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Nov 15, 1969 South Vietnam
7902 (MSN 0216) assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Accident May 18, 1968 South Vietnam
7903 (MSN 0217)
7904 (MSN 0218)assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident Jul 20, 1969 South Vietnam
7905 (MSN 0219)assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1968.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Apr 1968
Damaged in hard landing Apr 17, 1968 South Vietnam.   Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jun 2, 1971 South Vietnam
7906 (MSN 0220) in accident Jun 3, 1968 in South Vietnam
7907 (MSN 0221) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Oct 1970
Shot down by small arms fire Oct 4, 1970, crashed and destroyed
7908 (MSN 0222) 
7909 (MSN 0223) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Shot down by small arms fire Oct 27, 1968 South Vietnam, 9 kms south-west of the "Oasis" airfield, at the 
north-eastern end of the La Drang River Valley.  The aircraft started to spin, hit a tree and crashed and burned.
7910 (MSN 0224)
7911 (MSN 0225) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.  Accident Jan 4, 1972 South Vietnam
7912 (MSN 0226) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968.
Shot down Mar 9, 1968 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the tail section. The aircraft force 
landed and was destroyed.
7913 (MSN 0227)
7914 (MSN 0228) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1968-May 1969
The aircraft received hostile fire May 2, 1969 while in the An Loa Valley west of LZ Englis and crashed into the trees.
7915 (MSN 0229) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-May 1969
Combat damage Jun 15, 1968 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered and repaired
Combat damage Jan 26, 1969 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered and repaired
Armed with XM27 minigun subsystem on the left side and a four-tube rocket launcher mounted on the right 
side. The rocket launcher was not an in-the-field modification but an experimental unit developed by the 
Rock Island Arsenal.
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1969-Jul 1969
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Jan 1970
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1970
7916 (MSN 0230) assigned to 605th  Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1971-Feb 1972
Assigned to 608th  Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1972
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1972.
Accident Apr 22, 1972 Kontum, South Vietnam
7917 (MSN 0231) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident May 28, 1968 South Vietnam 
7918 (MSN 0232) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jun 1969-Dec 1969.
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Oct 1972-Dec 1972.
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1973.
The aircraft was relocating a two-man SVA LRRP to a suitable PZ when it took enemy fire Jan 26, 1973 in 
Binh Thuan Province, RVN A WP grenade detonated in the rear passenger compartment, filling the 
cockpit with smoke and reducing visibility to zero. The aircraft crashed during landing attempt and 
rolled on its side and post crash fire ignited numerous grenades and ammunition stored at the observer’s station.
7919 (MSN 0233) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1969-Jan 1970
7920  (MSN 0234) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse. 
Accident Feb 17, 1969 South Vietnam 
7921 (MSN 0235) assigned Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Apr 1969
Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade May 1969-Aug 1969.
Accident Sep 12, 1969, South Vietnam.  Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Sep 1969
7922 (MSN 0236) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down Aug 21, 1969 Cambodia, crashed and burned
7923 (MSN 0237)assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division May 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Jan 1971
Accident Jan 11, 1971 Darlac Province, RVN. It was dropping a homemade bomb (a mini-gun ammo can filled 
with dynamite and hydraulic fluid, banded tight with a white phosphorus grenade strapped to it) when 
it exploded on the aircraft. Speculation was that one of the Ruff-Puff guards at City Field in 
Ban Me Thout changed the detonator for one from a smoke grenade. When the observer got ready to drop it 
on a bunker and pulled the pin, it blew immediately killing them both.
7924 (MSN 0238) to Republic of China Air Force as 902
7925 (MSN 0239) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident May 2, 1968 South Vietnam 
7926 (MSN 0240, 4th Cav, 1st Sqn, D Troop) shot down with RPG in SVN May 17, 1968.
7927 (MSN 0241)
7928 (MSN 0242, 1st Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop) shot down by automatic weapon fire in Cambodia Feb 11, 1970. 2 KIA.
7929 (MSN 0243)assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-Apr 1968.
Accident Apr 12, 1968 South Vietnam. During a low level reconnaissance, the engine failed. The pilot 
auto rotated into the trees; the main rotor hit the trees.  The aircraft settled to the ground and rolled 
on to its left side.
7930 (MSN 0244) assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Apr 1968-Apr 1970.
Combat damaged Mar 16, 1969 when the helicopter was hit in the Passenger Cargo Section, damaging the 
fuel system and transmission and forcing a landing.  Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft 
Direct Support) May 1970-Jan 1971.  Assigned to 198th Light Infantry Brigade Feb 1971-Sep 1971.  
Destroyed Oct 1, 1971 in South Vietnam
7931 (MSN 0245) assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Feb 1968.
Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Apr 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division Raiders Aug 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Apr 1969
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Jun 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jul 1969-Nov 1969
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Dec 1969
Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Jan 1970-Mar 1970
Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1970-May 1970
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jun 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Jul 1970-Oct 970
Accident Oct 6, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed, aircraft destroyed by explosions.
7932 (MSN 0246) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1969-Feb 1970
Shot down by small arms fire Feb 28, 1970 southwest of An Khe, South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed. 
7933 (MSN 0247)
7934 (MSN 0248) accident Jun 20, 1968 in South Vietnam
7935 (MSN 0249) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jan 1972
Assigned to D Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Apr 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment May 1972
Shot down by B-40 rocket May 25, 1972, Kontum Province, RVN. 
7936 (MSN 0250) noted Oct 1998 with A&S Helicopters at St. Louis Downtown Park Airport of Illinois.
7937 (MSN 0251)assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1968-May 1968
Combat damage May 18, 1968 Dak To, South Vietnam trying to rescue the pilot of a crashed LOH
7938 (MSN 0252) assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Apr 1968-Apr 1970
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Nov 1971
Accident Nov 28, 1971, South Vietnam
7939 (MSN 0253) to Nicaraguan Air Force in 1968 as 512.  WFU
7940 (MSN 0254)assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Accident Mar 29, 1968 South Vietnam when the engine and rotor RPM increased. The pilot initiated emergency 
procedures; an autorotation was made to a field but upon flare, the pilot lost sight of the touchdown area. 
The aircraft landed on a dirt mound. Cause was the fuel metering valve.
7941 (MSN 0255)
7942 (MSN 0256) accident Apr 21, 1968 in South Vietnam
66-8349 ... 66-8404
Northrop T-38A-65-NO Talon
MSN N.5905, 5966/5974,5917,5930/5965,5975/5977, 5984/5989
8354 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 922.
Registered as N922NA to NASA, Houston; cancelled.
Crashed Oct 5, 1967, killing astronaut C. Cliff Williams.
8355 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 923.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N923NA to NASA, Houston; current.
8363 (MSN N.5933) crashed 1 mi NW of Sheppard AFB, TX Oct 1, 1973.
8368 (80th TFW) Suffered technical malfunction after liftoff 
from Sheppard AFB, TX Oct 14, 2003 and sank back onto runway with 
undercarriage retracted after both crew ejected safely. Damage appeared 
visually to be minor, but plane was w/o. It appears that aircraft
entered as series of rolls straight after liftoff, and
instructor tried to regain control without advising
the student, who was still trying to control the plane.
Instructor thought aircraft was unrecoverable and
commanded ejection.
8381 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 901.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N901NA to NASA, Houston; current.
N901NA had originally been assigned to 63-8181, which had crashed
Feb 1966.  To AMARC Nov 14, 2011. Departed Feb 12, 2014.  Preserved and on display at 
Aviation Heritage Park, Bowling Green, KY
8382 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 916.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N916NA to NASA, Houston; current
8383 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 917.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N917NA to NASA, Houston; current.
8384 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 918.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N918NA to NASA, Houston; current
8385 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 919.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N919NA to NASA, Houston; current
8386 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 920.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N920NS; reregistered N920NA
Registered as N920NA to NASA, Houston; current.
8387 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 921.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N921NS; reregistered N921NA.
Registered as N921NA to NASA, Houston; current.
8391 with 90th FTS at Sheppard AFB, TX
8402 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
8403 converted to T-38C
8404 (MSN N.5989) to AMARC as TF0308 Dec 8, 1995.  To South Korea Jun 4, 1999.  To AMARC Jan 12, 2010.
66-8826 ... 66-8835
Lockheed AH-56A-LO Cheyenne 
MSN 1001/1010.  Model CL-840.  For US Army.
8827 on display at Fort Polk, LA.
8828 (MSN 1003) crshed Mar 12, 1969 near Carpintera, California when rotor hit the rear fuselage.  This
accident prompted a temporary grounding of the fleet and the cancellation of further production.
8830 stored at Army Air Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.
8831 on display at Fort Campbell, KY.
8832 on display at Army Air Museum, Fort Rucker, AL. (formerly at
Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, VA)
8835 (MSN 1010) badly damaged Sep 17, 1969 during wind tunnel tests at NASA Ames when the rotor hit the
rear fuselage.
66-13551 ... 66-13551
Martin X-24A
First unpowered glide flight April 17, 1969.  First powered flight March 19, 1970.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Used to validate the concept that a Space Shuttle vehicle could be landed unpowered.
The X-24A was later modified into the X-24B. The bulbous shape of the X-24A was converted into 
a "flying flatiron" shape with a rounded top, flat bottom, and double delta platform that ended 
in a pointed nose. The X-24B demonstrated that accurate unpowered re-entry vehicle landings were 
operationally feasible.  First flight February 1, 1972.   The X-24B made its 36th and last flight 
on Nov. 26, 1975. It was delivered to the USAF museum in November 1976.  Preserved and on display at 
the National Museum of the US Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
The X-24A on display was originally the jet-powered Martin SV-5J, a derivative of the X-24A built 
for flight training. It was never flown. For display, the SV-5J had been converted to simulate 
the X-24A. It was donated by Martin in 1971 and assigned the spurious serial 66-13552. Now at USAF Museum
still wearing its pseudo X-24A identity and serial.
66-13622 ... 66-13631
Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter 
MSN 583F-5933/5942. For Luftwaffe.  Most operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
13622 (583F-5933) to Luftwaffe as 28+03, later to Republic of China AF as 4195.  In Apr 2007 noted in use as
instructional airframe at China Institute of Technology, Hengshan, Taiwan.
13623 (583F-5934) built by Fokker.  To Luftwaffe as 28+04 but operated at
Luke AFB in USAF colors.  Crashed Jul 8, 1969 at Gila Bend Bombing
Range after engine failure while flying inverted.  Both ejected, but
pilot killed by own ejection seat.
13624 (583F-5935) to Luftwaffe as 28+05.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF
colors.  Crashed Feb 6, 1976 on Gila Bend Bombing Range after loss of
right forward flap.  Both pilots ejected safely.
13625 (583F-5936) to Luftwaffe as 28+06.  Later to Taiwan AF as 4196.
Displayed at Conscription Park in Keelung, Taiwan with 8th TFS marks.
13626 (583F-5937)
13627 (583F-5938) to Lufwaffe 28+08.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
Sold to Royal Norwegian AF Jun 1, 1975 as 627.  Crashed at Bodo AB Feb 4, 1981
during landing due to engine failure by FOD due to pieces of
plexiglas from the canopy which was released and smashed against the
aircraft.  Both crewmembers ejected safely
13628 (583F-5939) assigned Luftwaffe serials KF+239, later DF+365, later 28+09.  Operated
at Luke AFB in USAF colors.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
Edwards AFB, CA, Jul 2, 1975.  Registered as NASA 825.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA. 
Registered as N825NA to the NASA Ames Research Center Sep 28, 1984; cancelled Oct 6, 2003.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, Apr 12, 1989
Stored 1989 to Oct 1993
Used in the OPTP program (Optical Periscope Test Program) and from November 1993 it participated 
in the NASP (X30 shuttle) program. 
On January 24, 1994 it flew its last NASA mission and on February 1, 1994 it made its last flight. 
On February 3, 1994 it was SOC. 
Stored at Dryden (seen March 1994) and in January 1995 it was seen stored on the line-up at Edwards. 
In September 1995 stored inside the big hangar at Edwards AFB. On April 21, 1997 it was seen for 
the first time at the gate of Moffet Field.  Preserved as gate guard at Moffett with NASA Ames 
Research Center, Moffett Field, Mountain View, CA.  To the Moffett Field Historical Society 2006 
and restored.  Preserved and on display at the Moffett Field Historical Society Museum, Moffett 
Field, Mountain View, CA
13629 (583F-5940) to Luftwaffe as TB+264, later 28+10.  Crashed Mar 3, 1986 with
JaboG 34 at Decimomannu AB due to engine fire during landing approach.
Both crew ejected safely.
13630 (583F-5941) to Luftwaffe as BB+111, later 28+11.  Crashed Jul 18, 1983
with JaboG 33 at Sulzbert/Kohlenberg, Oberallgau after engine failure
due to stuck fuel valve.  Both crew ejected safely.
13631 (583F-5942) to Luftwaffe as 28+12.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
Transferred to Taiwan as 4197.  Last Lockheed-built TF-104G.
66-15248 ... 66-15357
Bell AH-1G Cobra
MSN 20004/20113.
15253,15268,15270,15278/15282,15288,15290,15291,15303,15357 built as TH-1G.
All except 15288,15290 later redesignated AH-1S.
15300/15309,15318,1534115354 converted to TAH-1F (all redesignated AH-1F except 15341).
15253,15254,15368,15270,15278/15282,15291,
15297,15298,15302,15303,15317,15331,15357 to
AH-1S.
15249/15252,15255,15257,15259,15261/15264, 
15266,15271,15273,15275,15277,15283/15286,
15289,15290,15292,15293,15295,15296,15299,
15300,15306,15307,15309,15312,15313,15315,
15316,15318,15321,15322,15324,15325,15327,
15328,15330,15335,15338,15339,15343,15345,
15350,15352/15354,15356 to AH-1F.
15275 to GAH-1F.
A total of 93 AH-1Gs converted to AG-1Q prior to further upgrade to AH-1S.
15248 (MSN 20004) US Army. Assigned to Corpus Christi, TX.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA 18Dec72 to 1Mar78.  Registered as NASA 541.
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 1, 1978 to May 23, 1985.
Used for rotorcraft research.  Registered as NASA 736.  Returned to US Army May 1985.
Assigned to 124th Cavalry Regiment [Oct89].  Now at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
15249 (MSN 20005) at American Legion post #255 in Croswell, Michigan.
15250 (MSN 20006) at VFW Post #4239, Sidney, Ohio
15252 (MSN 20008) at Craven Community College, Havelock, NC in2008
15255 at Silver Bell AHP, AZ Jan 2008.
15257 (MSN 20013) withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.
15262 (MSN 20018) in Mar 2015 was in use as a target at the Cannon Gunnery Range, Fort Leonard wood,
Missouri.
15264 (MSN 20021) at VFW Post #4953, Rock Creek, Ohio
15266 (MSN 20023) to Israel as spares and noted May 2006 stored at Palmachim AB
15273 (MSN 20029) crshed Apr 27, 1987.
15277 (MSN 20033) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Registered
to Forest Service May 6, 2004 as N90279 
15283 (MSN 20039) registered Mar 17, 2006 to Army Aviation Heritage Foundation
and Museum of Hampton, GA as N830HF
15286 (MSN 20042) preserved at VFW Post #7201,. Marion, Ohio 
15290 (MSN 20046) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  To Israel as spares and noted May 2006 stored
at Palachim Air Base
15295 (MSN 20051) registered N950LE May 17, 2006.  With Army Aviation Heritabe Foundation, Hampton, Georgia
15296 (MSN 20052) on display at Groton/New London AP, Connecticut with Connecticut Army National Guard.
15297 (AH-1S, MSN 20053) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; was apparently previously stored at Fort 
Drum.
15299 (AH-1F, MSN 20055) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Now preserved at Bristol, VA
15302 (MSN 20058) at American Legin Post #370
15304 (MSN 20060, 129th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Jul 22, 1972. 2 KIA
15306 (MSN 20062) at American Legion Post #217, Warsaw, MO
15307 (AH-1F, MSN 20063) preserved at Weirton, WV; was apparently previously 
stored at Fort Drum.  Noted on display at Brook-Hancock County Veterans Memorial, Weirton, West
Virginia May 2010.
15308 (MSN 20064, 1st CAV, 7th Sqn, A Troop) crashed due main rotor separation in SVN Apr 13, 1969. 2 KIA.
15309 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  On display at Colorado State
Veterans Nursing Home, Walsenburg, CO Aug 2007.
15310 (MSN 20066, 101st Abn, 77th ARA, B Co) crashed in South Vietnam Mar 16, 1971. 2 KIA.
15313 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
15315 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
15316 (MSN 20072) at Jackson County Veterans Park Development Committee, Black River Falls, WI
15317 (AH-1S) at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingston, Rhode Island.
15318 (AH-1F: MSN 20074) was apparently previously stored at Fort Drum.  Preserved at Putnam Counta Veterans 
Memorial Park, Carmel, New York in May 2009.
16319 (MSN 8513) in Mar 2005 stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, Arizona.
15321 (MSN 20077) at VFW Post #5154, Louisville, TN
15322 (MSN 20078) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  To Israel as spares and noted May 2006 stored
at Palachim Air Base.
15324 (MSN 20080) withdrawn from use May 24, 2001.  To Israel as spares and noted May 2006 stored
at Palachim Air Base
15325 (MSN 20081) at VFW Post #5095, East Hampton, CT
15327 (MSN 20083) noted Jan 2010 with Minter Field Air Museum, California.  In Apr 2015 stored at Kern County
Fire Department Air and Wildland Camp 8 at Tehachapi, California
15330 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
15330 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
15332 (MSN 20088, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, A Troop) hit by AAA fire and exploded midair in W of Khe Sanh, SVN May 3, 
1968. Both crew KIA.
15334 (MSN 20090, 229th AWC/1st Cav/D Coy) shot down by small arms fire SVN May 12, 1968. Both crew KIA.
15335 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
15338 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Seen at
Atwood/Rawlins CAP, KS memorial May 6, 2006.  Later at American Legion Post #46, Atwood, Kansas
15343 (MSN 20099, 229th Awc, D Co) shot down by ground fire and emergency landed near Dau Tieng, SVN Apr 19, 1972. 
Both crew killed in cockpit by enemy fire.  Helicopter marked as 66-15434 at VFW Post #1341 at
Bull Shoals, AR must be a different aircraft.
15345 to civil regisry as as N345SC, cancelled
15348 (AH-1F: MSN 20104) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Has left 
Fort Drum and is now preserved at VFW Post #813 Du Bois, PA.
15349 (MSN 20105, 229th Avn, D Co) crashed in South Vietnam Oct 12, 1968. Both crew KIA.
15350 spotted in 2008 mounted on pylon at entrance to Yuma Proving Grounds along Imperial Dam Road
15352 (MSN 20108) registered N5628Q	Oct 15, 2007.  At Celebrate Freedom Foundation, Columbia, South Carolina
15353 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
66-17750 ... 66-17833
Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
17750 (MSN 0301/1078) to Nicaraguan AF as 511.  As Nicaraguan AF 511 was written off on March 24, 1971.
17751 (MSN 0302) accident May 9, 1968 in South Vietnam.
17752 (MSN 0303) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1968-May 1968
Shot down May 24, 1968 and destroyed, South Vietnam. 
17753 (MSN 0304) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Aug 1968
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1969-Dec 1969
Accident Dec 26, 1969 LZ English, South Vietnam while attempting to lift out a deer they had shot for a Christmas meal.
17754 (MSN 0305) assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Mar 1968
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1968
Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade May 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1969
Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse May 1969
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Sep 1969-Nov 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City Dec 1969
Assigned to 2nd Armored Division, 4th Army, Fort Hood, TX Feb 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 214th Artillery Group, Fort Sill, OK Feb 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 75th Artillery Group, Fort Sill, OK Jul 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jan 1972
Last reported at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, MD
17755 (MSN 0306) assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division
Accident Mar 16, 1969 
17756 (MSN 0307) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment
Accident Sep 19, 1969 South Vietnam
17757 (MSN 0308) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Accident Sep 29, 1968 South Vietnam
17758 (MSN 0309) bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Apr 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division Aug 1968-Jul 1969
Damaged Jul 9, 1969 Camp Eagle, South Vietnam
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1969
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Aug 1969-May 1970
Assigned to 608th Transportation Company Jul 1970-Sep 1970
Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1970-Feb 1972
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, 
USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Jul 1972
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Aug 1972-Feb 1973
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Mar 1973-Jun 1974
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Oct 1974-Oct 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Nov 1975
17759 (MSN 0310) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Aug68-Jun69
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
On December 18, 1970, two U.S. Army helicopter OH-6A Loaches (tail numbers 66-17759 and 66-07807) 
from B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry were involved in a night time mid-air collision while 
operating in the Vinh Long Province (IV Corps). The two Loaches that collided were in formation as 
lead and second aircraft in a flight of four OH-6A aircraft. The lead aircraft was observed to 
enter a steep turn to the right at which time the second aircraft collided with the lead. Both 
aircraft thence descended to the ground out of control and crashed and burned with no survivors.
17760 (MSN 0311) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Ruthless Riders Oct 1969-Nov 1969
Destroyed Nov 2, 1969 Quang Duc Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission out of Bu Prang. 
The team consisted of 2 LOH and 2 Cobras. 5 miles E of Bu Prang, 3 foxholes along highway QL14 were spotted. 
The other LOH drew AK-47 fire from the position and was badly damaged; approximately five miles east 
of the location where it took fire, the crew signaled for the other crew to put the aircraft down. 
The aircraft landed in an open field near highway QL14. The crew of 66-17760 landed to pick up the 
other crew but came under .51 cal fire. The aircraft exploded and hit the ground hard, bounced 
into the air to land again without any rotor blades, skids or tail boom and burned.
17761 (MSN 0312) 
17762 (MSN 0313) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Ruthless Riders Dec 1969-May 1970
Damaged May 5, 1970 Camp Holloway, South Vietnam
17763 (MSN 0314) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1969
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1969-Oct 1969
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Mar 1971-Apr 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama
17764 (MSN 0315) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Oct 25, 1968 South Vietnam
17765 (MSN 0316) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Aug 1968-Feb 1969
Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Shot down by heavy machine gun fire Feb 10, 1971, Thua Thien Province, RVN
17766 (MSN 0317)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1969-Jun 1969
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 11th Brigade
Shot down by small arms fire and crashed  May 29, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN.
17767 (MSN 0318)  assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse
Shot down Apr 27, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN, crashed and burned
17768 (MSN 0319) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse
Shot down  Apr 27, 1969 near Quan Loi, Tay Ninh Province, RVN, crashed and burned
17769 (MSN 0320) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Aug 1968-Dec 1968
17770 (MSN 0321) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse 
Shot down Jun 24, 1968 SE of Tan AN, Long AN Province, RVN. While marking a small structure during a 
People Sniffer mission, the aircraft received extremely intense automatic weapons fire and crashed. 
The crew survived the crash.
17771 (MSN 0322) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Sep 1968
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment
Shot down May 29, 1972 Kontum Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a visual reconnaissance mission near Kontum. 
During the mission, the aircraft came under hostile fire, disappeared over a ridge line, crashed and burned.
17772 (MSN 0323) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1968-May 1969
17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, C Troop) shot down by automatic weapon fire in SVN Mar 2, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.  
Pilot killed by .51 cal fire, and observer flew the aircraft back to attempt to land at LZ Sally, Thua Thien 
Province, when it crashed into the perimeter wire.
17773 (MSN 0324) 
17774 (MSN 0325) bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX, Apr 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Sep 1968
Accident Sep 21, 1968 near Dong Tam, South Vietnam when crashed into a canal.  The crew swam ashore.  
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Sep68-Oct68
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA, Feb 1969-Nov 1969
Assigned to 2nd Armored Division, 4th Army, Fort Hood, TX, Jan 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarter Battery, 75th Artillery Group, Fort Sill, OK, Mar 1971-Nov 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard Dec 1971
17775 (MSN 0326) to N3747D, cancelled Mar 7, 1989
17776 (MSN 0327)
17777 (MSN 0328) 
17778 (MSN 0329) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident  Mar 14, 1969 South Vietnam
17779 (MSN 0330) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse
Shot down by small arms fire Binh Duong Province  in SVN Oct 16, 1968. 1 KIA.
17780 (MSN 0331) in accident Mar 7, 1970 in South Vietnam
17781 (MSN 280332) registered N298SD Mar 7, 1995.  Substantially damaged May 30, 2009. The pilot attempted a 
practice 180-degree autorotation to a grass airstrip during a personal flight. The helicopter overshot 
the grass airstrip and touched down in an area of uncut grass that contained a tractor tire rut. 
During touchdown, the helicopter turned sharply to the left and then snap rolled to the right when the 
landing gear skid contacted the tire rut. The helicopter sustained damage to the tail boom and rotor 
blades resulting in substantial damage. The commercial pilot and passenger were uninjured.
17782 (MSN 0333) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Accident 27May68 Di An, South Vietnam. During a landing approach to the runway, the nose yawed to the left. 
The pilot noticed the rotor RPM was dropping and the engine RPM was gone and tried to shoot an autorotation. 
The aircraft came down fast and hard which caused great damage. The fuel line was not connected. The damage 
was so extensive that the aircraft would be assigned to various maintenance organizations until August of 1969.
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Sweet Pea
Preserved with US Army National Guard at Tupelo Municipal Airport, Mississippi in October 1992.
17783 (MSN 0334) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Shotdown Oct 19, 1968 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the tail section, the aircraft crashed 
and was destroyed.
17784 (MSN 0335) assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
Accident Apr 22, 1969 South Vietnam
17785 (MSN 0336) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Mar 20, 1969 South Vietnam
17786 (MSN 0337) to Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, El Paso, TX. Noted stored Oct 2007
17787 (MSN 0338) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Dec 1968
Combat damage Nov 6, 1968 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the pitch change link and a skid. The 
crew continued flying and aborted the mission, the helicopter was recovered to Camp Enari and repaired.
Combat damage Dec 6, 1968 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the pitch change link , fuel cell, and 
transmission; they made a forced landing. 
Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug72-Oct72
Accident Aug 30. 1972 Camp Holloway, South Vietnam.  The aircraft impacted hard and sustained major 
structural damage to the airframe, skid assembly and rotor blades.
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), NAS Corpus Christi, TX, 
Registered to US Border Patrol as N97BP Jul 1, 1991.  Written off Sep 19, 1993 at Brown Field 
Municipal Airport, San Diego, CA.  Registration cancelled Mar 3, 1994
17788 (MSN 0339) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Aug 1969
Damaged May 12, 1969 South Vietnam. The aircraft came out of altitude and did not see a tall dead tree. 
It struck the tree with the bubble and nicked the main rotor blades.
Accident Aug 2, 1969 at An Khe, South Vietnam. The pilot reported that he was experiencing difficulties 
with the aircraft. It then lost power, crashed into some trees and burned.
17789 (MSN 0340) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-May 1969
Shot down Mar 26, 1969 Pleiku Province, RVN, crashed and burned
17790 (MSN 0341) assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Aviation Brigade 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1969-Sep 1970
Shot down Sep 15, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed.
17791 (MSN 0342) accident May 18, 1968 South Vietnam
17792 (MSN 0343) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs May 1968-Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to 357th Transportation Company Nov 1968-Dec 1968 
Assigned to 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1969-Jul 1969
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Aug 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1969-Aug 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1970
Combat damage Dec 28, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1971-Dec1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Jan 1972-Jun 1974
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Oct 1974-Oct 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Nov 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Rhode Island
Registered N911GP to City Of Gainesville Police Department, Gainesville, FL, Jan 24, 1995; current with 
South Pacific Spotters, Port Vila, Vanuatu.
17793 (MSN 0344)
17794 (MSN 0345) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Sep 1969
Shot down Sep 2, 1968 An Khe, South Vietnam by small arms fire. The aircraft nosed into the trees, the 
main rotor blades broke and the aircraft crashed.
17795 (MSN 380346) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) Aug 1968-Nov 1970
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Dec 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot  Feb 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to Lexington Depot Jul 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Oct 1971-Feb 1972 		Named Wargasm
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-May 1972
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot  Aug 1972-Sep 1972
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City Dec 1972-Apr1973
Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA Jan 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Aug 1973
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot  Sep 1973-Nov 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Dec 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard - Virginia
Assigned to US Army National Guard - Tennessee
Registered N992CH to Homestead Police Department, Florida, 1992.
Registered N992CH to Vanderwall Aircraft Oct 28, 1998; cancelled Aug 15, 2012 on export to South Africa
Operated by the Army Aviation Heritage Foundation
On April 16, 2000 the aircraft, owned by Vanderwall Aircraft Inc., and operated by the Army Aviation 
Heritage Foundation, impacted with the ground while landing at the Athens/Ben Epps Airport (AHN), 
Athens, Georgia. The helicopter was substantially damaged. .
17796 (MSN 0347) 
17797 (MSN 0348) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Feb 1969-Mar 1969
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Aug 27, 1969 South Vietnam
17798 (MSN 0349) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) \
Flying Circus Aug 1968-Mar 1970.  Accident Mar 11, 1970 South Vietnam
17799 (MSN 0350)
17780 (MSN 0351) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment May 1968-Aug 1969
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Oct 1969-Apr 1970
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Dec 1970-Apr 1971
Combat damage Dec 31, 1970 by small arms fire, 	Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment May 1971-Aug 1971
Accident Aug 7, 1971 Chu Lai, South Vietnam. 
17801 (MSN 0352) assigned to US Army National Guard, North Dakota.  Offered for sale Sep 2014.  Stripped hulk for
sale by GSA Auctions at El Paso Police Department Aug 18, 2014
17802 (MSN 0353) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Jun 7, 1969 South Vietnam
17803 (MSN 0354) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Sep 14, 1968 South Vietnam
17804 (MSN 0355) assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks May 1968-Oct 1968
17805 (MSN 0356)  assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks May 1968
Accident Jun 6, 1968 South Vietnam
17806 (MSN 0357) 
17807 (MSN 0358) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Jan 16, 1970 South Vietnam
17808 (MSN 380359) assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks May 1968-Jan 1970
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1970-Nov 1970
Registered N43565; cancelled
Registered N435CS Feb 28, 1994; expired Dec 31, 2013
17809 (MSN 0360) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident May 17, 1969 South Vietnam
17810 (MSN 0361) assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 7th Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
Accident Aug 22, 1968 South Vietnam
17811 (MSN 380362) assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks May68-Jan70
Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr70-Feb72
Combat damage May 3, 1970 Laos by small arms fire.
Became N6639W with Border Patrol.  Registered to US Customs and Border Protection, Washington, DC, 
Apr 19, 2011; reregistered Feb 25, 2013.  Registered N5QZ Feb 25, 2013; current
17812 (MSN 0363) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Accident Jun 12, 1968 west of Kontum, Kontum Province, RVN. The aircraft exploded during a visual 
reconnaissance mission
17813 (4th Cav, 1st Sqn, D Troop) shot down by ground fire in SVN Jun 24, 1969. 2 KIA.
17814 (MSN 0365) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment
Accident Sep 12, 1970 South Vietnam
17815 (MSN 0366) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Accident Jun 5, 1968 South Vietnam. The pilot was en-route to refuel and heard a loud clanging sound. 
The aircraft began to vibrate and the pilot had no tail rotor control. The engine RPM decreased to 
82 percent and the pilot auto rotated into a partially cleared field. The rotor blades severed the 
tail boom during landing. Suspect drive shaft failure of the tail rotor.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1969
Combat damage Apr 23, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the engine door, cargo section, 
cockpit, skid, cockpit. The aircraft made an emergency landing.  Later recovered and repaired
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
17816 (MSN 0367) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division
Accident Feb 26, 1970 South Vietnam
17817 (MSN 0368)assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Dec1968
Shot down Dec 30, 1968 in the area about half way between Bao Loc and Phan Thiet, South Vietnam by an RPG, crashed and destroyed.
17818 (MSN 0369) 
17819 (MSN 0370) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident May 31, 1969 South Vietnam
17820 (MSN 0372) assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama
17821 (MSN 0373) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment
Accident Oct 24, 1968 South Vietnam
17822 (MSN 0373)assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks May 1968-Oct 1968
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1968-Apr 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1970-Feb 1971
Combat damage Sep 22, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed.
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Mar 1971
Combat damage Mar 22, 1971 South Vietnam. Repaired at Saigon
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot May 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to Lexington Depot, KY, Jul 1971-Dec 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1971-Mar 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard Apr 1972
17823 (MSN 0374) assigned to 25th Aviation Company.  Made hard landing in South Vietnam due to fuel starvation
Nov 2, 1968.  (17th Avn, 3rd Sdn, C Troop) crashed due fuel shortage in SVN Feb 21, 1969. 2 KIA, pilot survived.
17824 (MSN 0375) 
17825 (MSN 0376) Assigned to 25 Corps Aviation Company Jul 1968-Jan 1970
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs Feb 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs Mar1970-Apr1970
Combat damage Mar 11, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed. Recovered and repaired
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company May 1970 
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Jun1970-Apr1971
Assigned to the Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse May 1971-Jul 1971
Damaged in accident Jul 24, 1971 South Vietnam.   Assigned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems 
Command], St Louis, MS, Aug 1971-Sep 1971
Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1971-Nov 1971
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Aug 1975
Modified as NOH-6P for use by the CIA.
Modified as OH-6A.
Registered N13SD to Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Everett, WA, Feb 25, 1994; current.  
On November 29, 2002 the aircraft, registered to and operated by the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office as a 
public use training flight, collided with a tree near Snohomish, Washington, following a loss of engine power
Aircraft wsa damaged
17826 (MSN 0377) in accident May 6, 1970.
17827 (MSN 0378) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Registered N20913 to City of El Paso Police Department, El Paso, TX, Jan 12, 1994; expired Sep 30, 2013
17828 (MSN 0379) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Aug 1969-May 1970
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
17829 (MSN 0380) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-Jul 1969
Accident Jul 7, 1969 South Vietnam and landed in lake.  No injuries.   
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971-
Reported at the Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA
17830 (MSN 0381)  Delivered to US Army Apr 1968
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1970-Jul 1970
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts [1972]	Named Dark Horse 12
Registered N2091R to City of El Paso Police Department, El Paso, TX, Jan 12, 1994; current
17831 (MSN 0382) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan70-Mar70
Shot down Mar 12,  1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the tail rotor system, crashed and destroyed
17832 (MSN 380383) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse 
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), NAS Corpus Christi, TX, 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Registered N539 Dec 12, 2000; current, registered to Helifish, Port Vila, Vanuatu
On July 3, 2001 the aircraft, registered to Helicopter Associates, Inc., lost engine power and impacted into the 
ground while on approach to the Anson County Airport in Wadesboro, North Carolina; the helicopter sustained 
substantial damage
17833 (MSN 0384) Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Nov 1971
Accident Nov 28, 1971 South Vietnam
66-19000 ... 66-19097
Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-258/355.
19000 (B-258) accepted by the US Army 28Oct66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24356
19001 (B-259) accepted by the US Army 31Oct66
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company Flippers 
Crashed during test flight in Vietnam Jul 16, 1969.  All 7 aboard killed.
19002 (B-260) accepted by the US Army 4Nov66
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec66-Mar67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Dec67-Feb68	Named "Alfred E. Wall" 
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Mar68-Jan70
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Feb71-Jun71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19002
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
19003 (B-261) accepted by the US Army 4Nov66
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jan67-Jan71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72–Sep72
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Nov72
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19003
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.  Preserved and on display at the China Aviation 
Museum, Datangshan, Beijing, PRC.  Often identified as 66-19004
19004 (B-262) accepted by the US Army 7Nov66
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19004
Captured by North Vietnamese Army 
Operated by No. 917 Mixed Transport Regiment, Vietnam People’s Air Force
19005 (B-263) accepted by the US Army 10Nov66
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL
Crashed Jul 18, 1968 at Fort Rucker, AL
19006 (B-264) accepted by the US Army 9Nov66
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Crashed Dec 26, 1967 Phu Cat AFB, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam. The aircraft was 
approaching to land at the AFB with passengers for the Bob Hope USO show. A blade came off the 
aft head and the aft transmission and pylon was dislodged from the airframe. The aircraft 
fell to the ground from about 200 feet tail first. The aircraft landed on its tail then 
continued down onto its belly. At this point the forward transmission departed the airframe. 
There were 33 personnel on board, with eight fatalities. Every one was hurt in some way.
19007 (B-265) accepted by the US Army 10Nov66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar67-Jan68
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19007
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19008 (B-266) accepted by the US Army 10Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Jul69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Nov69-Feb71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24176
19009 (B-267) accepted by the US Army 14Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Aug68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Nov68-Dec68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jan69-Mar69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24354
19010 (B-268) accepted by the US Army 15Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Oct67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Oct68-Jan69
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company Jun69-Apr71 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion May71-Feb72 
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Mar72-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19010
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang
Shot down by SA-7 Dec 12, 1974.  All of about 50 on board killed.
19011 (B-269) accepted by the US Army 16Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Jul68
Crashed Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, Vietnam Jul 23, 1968
19012 (B-270) accepted by the US Army 17Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes 
had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
19013 (B-271) accepted by the US Army 16Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes 
had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
19014 (B-272) accepted by the US Army 19Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes 
had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
19015 (B.273) accepted by the US Army 18Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes 
had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
19016 (B-274) accepted by the US Army 28Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes 
had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
19017 (B-275) accepted by the US Army 2Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Aug69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23383
19018 (B-276) accepted by the US Army 29Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep67-Jun69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-Nov75
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Dec75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24360
19019 (B-277) accepted by the US Army 30Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Nov68
Crashed on landing and caught fire 11/21/1966 near Cu Chi, South Vietnam.  Occupants escaped 
with minor injuries.
19020 (B-278) accepted by the US Army 2Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Apr68-May69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jun69-Apr71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Aug72-Mar75
Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Jun75-Jul75
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24160
19021 (B-279) accepted by the US Army 10Dec66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul69-Sep70			
Had artwork "Road Runner". 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24324
19022 (B.280) accepted by the US Army 5Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North 
Vietnamese Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. 
A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 
airframes had minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
19023 (B.281) accepted by the US Army 12Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Mar69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Aug71
Crashed near Pegnitz, West Germany Aug 18, 1971.  37 killed.  The aircraft exploded and broke 
in two parts while on a training flight from Regensburg to Grafenwoehr, West Germany and crashed 
near Pegnitz, Bavaria. Fatigue failure of the rotor blade led to its failure and structural 
failure of the aircraft. The passengers were members of HHC 2-4 Infantry.
19024 (B-282) accepted by the US Army 9Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Jul69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Oct74-Jul75
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24362
19025 (B-283) accepted by the US Army 12Dec66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Jan67-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Dec68-Jan69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Feb69-Aug69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Oct75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23381
19026 (B-284) accepted by the US Army 19Dec66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division "Wildcat" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24327
19027 (B-285) accepted by the US Army 15Dec66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar67-Mar69	Named "Nancy" 
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Jul69-Oct70
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", Fort Bragg, NC Jan72-Sep72
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19027
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
19028 (B-286) accepted by the US Army 16Dec66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01654.
19029 (B-287) accepted by the US Army 16Dec66
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" 
Caught on wire on takeoff and fell into ravine near Chon Thanh, SVN
May 6, 1969.  One crewmember killed, 39 passengers killed, 9 injured.
19030 (B-288) accepted by the US Army 19Dec66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67-Aug69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Sep70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos" USAREUR 
Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01677
19031 (B-289) accepted by the US Army 22Dec66
Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; 49th Aviation Company, Fresno [1978]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23775
19032 (B-290) accepted by the US Army 28Dec66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Jan69-Jul69
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Jan 3, 1968.
19033 (B-291) accepted by the US Army 9Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Mar69 	
Artwork Biere “33” Export. 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19033
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Blew up on approach Feb 14, 1974.  Suspected sabotage
19034 (B-292) accepted by the US Army 6Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-May69
MAP transfer May72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19034
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19035 (B-293) accepted by the US Army 6Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Mar69
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19035
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
19036 (B-294) accepted by the US Army 5Jan67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-May68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Aug68-Jul69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug69-Jul70	
Named "Hanger Queen Abortion" 
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" May71-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Jul73-Mar75
Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Fort Richardson, AK Jun75-Jul75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24329
19037 (B-295) accepted by the US Army 10Jan67
MAP transfer Mar72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19037
Captured by North Vietnamase Army in 1975
19038 (B-296) accepted by the US Army 12Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Jul68
MAP transfer Aug72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19038
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19039 (B.297) accepted by the US Army 18Jan67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn"   
Crashed in Vietnam Oct 30, 1968
19040 (B-298) accepted by the US Army 17Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Mar69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Oct69-Jul70
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Dec70-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71-Nov71
MAP transfer Nov71 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19040
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19041 (B-299) accepted by the US Army 17Jan67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division "Wildcat" 	
Named "The Grunt Wagon". 
Collided with C-7 63-9753 Oct 3, 1968 near Camp Evans, Vietnam.  5 crew and
and six passengers on the CH-47A were killed, along with 4 crew and 9 passengers on the C-7.
19042 (B-300) accepted by the US Army 20Jan67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19042
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.  Derelict at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Saigon
19043 (B-301) accepted by the US Army 20Jan67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" May67-Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Apr69-Oct70	
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Nov70-May71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Aug72-Jan74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Oct75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23767
19044 (B-302) accepted by the US Army 23Jan67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24368
19045 (B-303), accepted by the US Army 24Jan67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division "Wildcat" 
Crashed in Vietnam Oct 31, 1969
19046 (B-304) accepted by the US Army 31Jan67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Nov 16, 1967.  5 killed.
19047 (B-305) accepted by the US Army 31Jan67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn"
Crashed in Vietnam Nov 4, 1968
19048 (B-306) accepted by the US Army 26Jan67
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Apr67-Jun68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Sep68-Feb69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Jan70
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Nov70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reseraled 86-01642
19049 (B-307) accepted by the US Army 1Feb67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr67-Mar69
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23763
19050 (B.308) accepted by the US Army 2Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Feb 19, 1968.  No fatalities
19051 (B-309) accepted by the US Army 8Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67-Aug69	
Named "Little Annie" 
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec69-Aug70
Assigned to 196th Assault Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion Dec70 
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24330
19052 (B-310) accepted by the US Army 8Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23382
19053 (B-311) accepted by the US Army 14Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Crashed near Ninh Hoa Valley, SVN Oct 20, 1968. 5 crew killed.  Wreckage not found until 1994.
19054 (B.312) accepted by the US Army 8Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67 
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Dec67-Sep68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar69-Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24369
19055 (B-313) accepted by the US Army 22Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67 
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Dec67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar68-Nov69		
Named "The Bird of Paradise – May it Fly up Your Ass" 
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Apr70-Jan71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24172		
19056 (B-314) accepted by the US Army 15Feb67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19056
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by SA-7 missile Dec 5, 1974.  15 aboard killed.
19057 (B-315) accepted by the US Army 15Feb67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23384
19058 (B-316) accepted by the US Army 21Feb67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23766
19059 (B.317) accepted by the US Army 22Feb67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Shot down in ground fire in Vietnam Jun 24, 1970
19060 (B-318) accenped by US Army Feb 21, 1967.
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug68-Nov68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Sep69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24350
19061 (B-319) accepted by the US Army 28Feb67
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company "Crap Shooter" 
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Jan 26, 1969.  Destroyed by fire, crew was extracted.
19062 (B-320) accepted by the US Army 27Feb67
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company "Crap Shooter" 
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn"
Destroyed on ground by mortar fire at Read Beach base in South Vietnam Feb 7, 1968
19063 (B-321) accepted by the US Army 28Feb67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Hit by 37 mm rounds in the aft plyon and crashed in the A Shau valley, 
SVN Apr 19, 1968. 2 KIA, 3 injured.
19064 (B-322) accepted by the US Army 1Mar67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Crashed in Long Khanh Province, South Vietnam Sep 12, 1970
19065 (B-323) accepted by the US Army 3Mar67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19065
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by small arms fire Jun 13, 1973.  7 aboard killed.
19066 (B-324) accepted by the US Army 8Mar67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" [Apr68]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24359
19067 (B-325) accepted by the US Army 10Mar67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar", South Vietnam Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Mar68-Oct68
Crashed at Camp Evans, South Vietnam Oct 5, 1968
19068 (B-326) accepted by the US Army 16Mar67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19068
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in action Mar 23, 1975
19069 (B.327) accepted by the US Army 14Mar67
Assigned to 339th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support)
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Exploded in midair due faulty maintenance at Pleiku, Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam Apr 26, 1968. \
10 killed.
19070 (B-328) accepted by the US Army 10Mar67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar", South Vietnam Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Apr69-Oct70
Accident Oct 24, 1970 Bearcat, Bien Hoa, Saigon, South Vietnam
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb71-Apr71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19070
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost to North Vietnamese action 30Apr75
19071 (B-329) accepted by the US Army 16Mar67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company Flippers Mar68-Sep69	
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb69-Sep69 
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Jul70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Mar75-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 85-24342
19072 (B-330) accepted by the US Army 15Mar67
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company Aug67-Aug68 
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Oct68-Mar69
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Apr69-Dec69 
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jan70-Nov70	
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23777.
19073 (B-331) accepted by the US Army 22Mar67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23385
19074 (B-332) accepted by the US Army 22Mar67
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Jun67-Nov67 
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Dec67
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb68-May69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jun69-Aug69	
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-Jan74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules", Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23771
19075 (B-333) accepted by the US Army 24Mar67
Exhibited at the Paris Air Show, Le Bourget, 1967
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Oct67-Jan68 
In accident Jan 67, 1968 CP Schmidt, South Vietnam.  Suffered major damage, but no injuries 
to crew or passengers
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Apr71
Crashed Apr 4, 1971 Gia Dinh Province, South Vietnam in unauthorized flight by unqualified individual.
A mechanic received a ‘Dear John’ letter and proceeded to have a few drinks. He decided to take a 
CH-47 Chinook up for a flight even though he wasn't a pilot. He got the ship off the ground and 
flew over Phu Loi barely in control. He finally lost control, the ship went inverted and nosed 
into the ground.  He was killed.
19076 (B-334), accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 13, 1968.
19077 (B-335) accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jun67-Jul67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Nov68-Aug70
Assigned to 196th Assault Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24363
19078 (B-336) accepted by the US Army 30Mar67
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company "Crap Shooter" 
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" [1969]
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19078
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
19079 (B-337) accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19079
Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
19080 (B.338)  accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide", 1st Cavalry Division
Shot down by ground fire NE of A Shau Valley, South Vietnam Apr 25, 1968 while attempting to 
recover a UH-1.  3 of the crew killed, one passenger killed.
19081 (B-339) accepted by the US Army 11Apr67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
Crashed after takeoff in SVN Sep 15, 1968. 3 killed.
19082 (B-340) accepted by the US Army 10Apr67
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19082
Captured by North Vietnamese Army 
Derelict at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Saigon. Evaluated 1996 by Boeing for possible induction 
into an airframe rebuild program but found to be too badly corroded.
19083 (B.341) accepted by the US Army 19Apr67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Nov68-Aug69  Named "The War Wagon" 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19083
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Crashed Jan 9, 1974
19084 (B.342) accepted by the US Army 18Apr67
Assigned to 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Nov 8, 1969.  Crew and 12 passengers uninjured
19085 (B.343) accepted by the US Army 20Apr67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Sep67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar68-Sep68
Combat damage 5Sep68 South Vietnam. The aircraft was hit by a mine which damaged the rotor system. 
The aircraft made an emergency landing and later recovered for salvage. Returned to USA for repair. 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Aug69-Sep69
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Oct69-Apr71
Crashed in Vietnam Apr 10, 1971.  The aircraft was recovered on 13 April 1971 and taken to 
Red Beach general support facility for salvage
19086 (B-344) accepted by the US Army 18Apr67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19086
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
19087 (B-345) accepted by the US Army 27Apr67
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Oct67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Nov67-Jan68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr68-Apr69
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" May69-Aug69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Dec69-Sep70
Assigned to 349th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Mar72-Jul72
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug72-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01670
19088 (B-346) accepted by the US Army 21Apr67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Mar68–Jul69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23386
19089 (B-347) MSN B-347
Accepted by the US Army 24Apr67
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19089
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19090 (B-348) Accepted by the US Army 24Apr67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar68-Dec68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jan69-Feb69
Accident Feb 27, 1969 Vung Tao, South Vietnam. The aircraft departed with an external slung 
load then lost power from one engine. The load was jettisoned and the aircraft began to 
return to the airfield. Power was then lost from the second engine and the aircraft started 
an autorotation. The aircraft struck the ground and rolled over onto its back and was destroyed.
19091 (B-349) accepted by the US Army 2May67
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 24, 1969
19092 (B-350) accepted by the US Army 28Apr67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" [1967-68]
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19092
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975
19093 (B-351) accepted by the US Army 28Apr67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19093
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Crashed Aug 14, 1972.
19094 (B-352) accepted by the US Army 4May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Nov67-Mar69
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Aug70
MAP transfer Oct70 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19094
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by small arms fire Apr 7, 1972.  Combat damage by small arms fire, force landed and 
consumed by fire
19095 (B-353) accepted by the US Army 5May67
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Sep67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Mar68-Mar69
Shot at and force landed 24May68, South Vietnam. Repaired
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Apr69
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Jul69-Dec69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jan70-Feb70
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 11, 1970.  Shortly after impact the aircraft exploded and burned. 
8 persons killed and 37 injured.
19096 (B-354) accepted by the US Army 4May67
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Sep67-Mar68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Apr68-Nov68
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Dec68-Jan69
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb69-Mar69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Apr69-Nov69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Dec69
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company Jan70-Sep70
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Oct70-Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01671.
19097 (B-355) accepted by the US Army 12May67
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Sep67-Oct67
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Nov67-Jan69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Feb69-Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Jul70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01673
66-19098 ... 66-19143
Boeing-Vertol CH-47B Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-356/B-401
19098 (B-356) accepted by the US Army 10May67
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company Innkeeper
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00109
19099 (B-357) accepted by the US Army 19May67
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules", Chu Lai, South Vietnam, Jul68
rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00081
19100 (B-358) accepted by the US Army 19May67
Assigned to the US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAAVNTA), Edwards AFB Jul67-Jan69
[Designated JCH-47B] 
Used for engineering flight tests Phase D 8Jul67-8Dec67. 
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Sep69-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71	
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Jun75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00089
19101 (B-359) accepted by the US Army 19May67
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down in Vietnam Apr 13, 1970.  The aircraft was hit by a 122 rocket in the radio closet 
while on approach to Fire Support Base (FSB) Fuller in the DMZ. Crashed and burned
1 killed, 6 injured.
19102 (B-360) accepted by the US Army 24May67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00075.
19103 (B-361) accepted by the US Army 30May67.  Sold to RAF in 1984/5
19104 (B-362) Accepted by the US Army 29May67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00092.  
19105 (B-363) accepted by the US Army 25May67
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul68-Feb71
Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos", Fort Benning, GA Aug72-Feb73
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Mar73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00066
19106 (B-364) accepted by the US Army 6Jun67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
Named "Broke Dick Six"; "Sweet Sue"
Crashed due to mechanical failure during cargo load in SVN Mar 9, 1970. All 5 KIA.
19107 (B-365) accepted by the US Army 9Jun67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jul67-Oct67
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Nov67 	Transferred to RVN Feb68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb68-Jun71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72–
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01675.
19108 (B-366) accepted by the US Army 13Jun67
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules", Chu Lai, South Vietnam, Mar71. 
Named "Frito Bandito"
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Mar71-	"Named Frito Bandito" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00080
19109 (B-367) accepted by the US Army 12Jun67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Crimson Tide, 1st Cavalry Division
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00083
19110 (B-368) accepted by the US Army 15Jun67
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" [May69]
Assigned to 352nd Aviation Detachment, Colombia
Crashed in Colombia Aug 19, 1980.  Accident en-route Pasto to Cerro de Patascoy, Colombia. 
The aircraft crashed near Laguna de La Cocha.  The aircraft then settled rearward into the 
trees and was consumed by fire. The aircraft had six crew, 19 Colombian Army soldiers and one 
Coronel; four injured
19111 (B-369) accepted by the US Army 19Jun67.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00087
19112 (B-370) accepted by the US Army 20Jun67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00103
19113 (B-371) accepted by the US Army 20Jun67
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"
Crashed in Vietnam Jul 16, 1968 due to transmission seizure.
19114 (B-372) accepted by the US Army 20Jun67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Company [1970]	Named "The Pusher"
Accident 4May70 Cambodia. 	Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01655
19115 (B-373) accepted by the US Army 22Jun67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01646
19116 (B-374) accepted by the US Army 23Jun67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00085
19117 (B-375) accepted by the US Army 24Jun67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Aug67-Oct67
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company Innkeeper, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Nov67 	
Transferred to RVN Feb68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company Innkeeper Feb68-Jun68
Assigned to 611th Transportation Company Jul68-Nov68
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company Dec68-Feb69
Assigned to 540th Transportation Company Mar69-Apr69
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Jun69-Aug69
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"  Sep69-Mar70
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Apr70-Jun70
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May71-Nov71	
Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company "Freight Train" Fort Lewis, WA Jul73-
Crashed Oct 4, 1984 at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Washington
19118 (B-376) accepted by the US Army 27Jun67
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company Innkeeper.  
Destroyed on ground at Can Tho, South Vietnam by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969
19119 (B-377) accepted by the US Army 27Jun67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00101
19120 (B-378) accepted by the US Army 27Jun67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00079
19121 (B-379) Accepted by the US Army 6Jul67
Rebuilt as the CH-47C prototype Designated YCH-47C
Assigned to the US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards AFB, CA 
Used for the Army Preliminary Evaluation 1 of the YCH-47C 19Feb68 to 14Mar68 at Philadelphia 
International Airport, PA, and Millville Airport, NJ.
Used for the Army Preliminary Evaluation 3 of the YCH-47C stability and control system 
19Sep68 to 10Jan69 at Philadelphia International Airport, PA.
Assigned to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory, Bedford, MA 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA 9Oct74
Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA 2Jun75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01643.
19122 (B-380) accepted by the US Army 5Jul67
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules", Chu Lai, South Vietnam, Jul71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-	
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00073
19123 (B-381) accepted by the US Army 14Jul67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00088
19124 (B-382) accepted by the US Army 7Jul67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00111.
19125 (B-383) accepted by the US Army 18Jul67
Assigned to Army Aviation Detachment, 1st Army, US Naval Air Station, ELECTCOM Nov67-Mar69
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jul69-Aug69
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep69-May70
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun70-Oct70
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Nov70-Mar71
Assigned to 48th Assault Support Helicopter Company Apr71
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Apr72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01658
19126 (B-384) accepted by the US Army 21Jul67
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"	Named "Mother Goose"
Shot down by enemy fire Can Tho, South Vietnam May 8, 1968.  The aircraft landed, the crew 
exited and the aircraft was consumed by fire.
19127 (B-385) accepted by the US Army 18Jul67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Sep67
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company Innkeeper, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Oct67-Jan68 		
Transferred to RVN Feb68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb68-Dec70
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00105
19128 (B-386) accepted by the US Army 20Jul67
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"
Destroyed on ground Can Tho, South Vietnam by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969.
19129 (B-387) accepted by the US Army 21Jul67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Sep67-Oct67
Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Nov67-Jan68 		
Transferred to RVN Feb68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb68-Nov69
Combat damage 13Nov69 South Vietnam when a 81mm mortar caused fragmentation damage
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov69-Mar70
Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Dec70-Jan71
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Crimson Tide Feb71-Dec71
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jan72-Feb72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Oct74–
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00070
19130 (B-388) accepted by the US Army 22Jul67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00075
19131 (B-389) accepted by the US Army 24Jul67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Feb68
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-Apr68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Mar69
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May69-Nov71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Apr73
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Fort Lewis, WA Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00072
19132 (B-390) accepted by the US Army 24Jul67
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules Apr70-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00077
19133 (B-391) accepted by the US Army 26Jul67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01664
19134 (B-392) accepted by the US Army 27Jul67
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion.		Named "A Shau Express" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00091
19135 (B-393) accepted by the US Army 28Jul67
Assigned to A Company, 5th Transport Battalion [West Germany 1976]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00093
19136 (B-394) accepted by the US Army 7Aug67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00062
19137 (B-395) accepted by the US Army 11Aug67
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" 	
Transferred to RVN May68	Named "Raggedy Ann" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24102.
19138 (B-396) accepted by the US Army 11Aug67
Assigned to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory, Bedford, MA 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Jul 1, 1974
Registered as NASA 543, later as NASA 544
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, CA Aug 18, 1979 to Sep 20, 1989.  Registered as NASA 737
Part of the Variable Stability Research Rotor Craft program. 
Boeing's CH-47B Chinook was further developed by the Army and NASA as a variable stability 
helicopter at the NASA Langley Research Center. It was transferred to the NASA Ames Research 
Center in 1979 in support of Ames' newly assigned lead role for NASA rotorcraft research. 
Full-authority electro-hydraulic actuators were driven originally by signals from a large 
on-board TR-48 analog computer. At NASA Ames, the aircraft was modified to include two 
digital flight computers, a programmable force-feel system, and a programmable color 
cathode-ray tube display. This in-flight simulation capability was the catalyst for a 
variety of flight experiments that ranged from investigations in support of a new flying 
qualities specification for military rotorcraft that was developed primarily at NASA Ames, 
to the evaluation of advanced multi-input, multi-output control laws. In all cases, 
exploratory development of the criteria and advanced control laws was performed on the 
Vertical Motion Simulator before moving into flight. Experiments to further explore control 
during flight near the terrain showed the significance of control and response cross-coupling 
on flying qualities. 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00176. 				
19139 (B-397) MSN B-397.  accepted by the US Army 10Aug67
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL 
Crashed Jul 5, 1968 at Fort Rucker, AL.  The aircraft crashed and burned approximately 
10 miles east of Ozark shortly after taking off from Goldberg Stage Field during a Chinook 
transition course.
19140 (B-398) accepted by the US Army 16Aug67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01661 
19141 (B-399) accepted by the US Army 17Aug67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00063
19142 (B-400) accepted by the US Army 18Aug67
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
Crashed Thua Thien, South Vietnam Apr 9, 1970.  The aircraft sustained twelve hits from small 
caliber weapons killing the CE and damaging hydraulic and fuel systems.
19143 (B-401) accepted by the US Army 24Aug67
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Crashed in Vietnam Oct 26, 1971.  The aircraft was on a resupply mission from Camp Holloway, 
made several stops and departed Tuy Hoa en-route to Cam Ranh Bay. Near Nha Trang it was 
observed to fly into a heavy rain shower and disappeared. SAR was initiated with no success. 
Debris from the aircraft washed ashore on Hon Tre Island the next day with indications that 
it had struck the water at high speed. SAR recovered 4 bodies and 6 were never recovered.
67-0115 ... 67-0124
General Dynamics F-111E
MSN A1-160/169 (E-1/E-10).  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0115 Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA. 
Used by NASA to test the Integrated Propulsion Control System between
Sept 1975 and Feb 1976.  Used an engine with an electronic control system (fly-by-wire) 
in place of the traditional hydro-mechanical system. This program called the integrated 
propulsion control system (IPCS) helped validate the Digital Electronic Engine 
Control (DEEC) concept.  Assigned to 46th Test Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.  To AMARC May 17, 1993 as FV0166.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed Jan 4, 2012 to HVF West, Tucson, AZ and scrapped.
0116 (3246th Test Wing, Armaments Development and Test Center)
crashed Oct 27, 1976, Eglin AFB upon return from a test mission.
Crew deployed crew escape module safely and were uninjured.
0117 crashed in rocky area of Mojave Desert 12 mi S of Death Valley
National Monument Apr 23, 1971 during test flight.  Both crew
killed when parachute on escape module failed to open until
just before ground impact.
0118 to AMARC as FV0201 Sep 19, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Nov 8, 2011
and scrapped.
0119 to AMARC as FV0174 Aug 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Jan 11, 2012
and scrapped.
0120 (MSN A1-165) named "The Chief" with 20th TFW in Feb 1988.  On display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK
0121 (MSN A1-166) named "Night Sulker" with 20th TFW in Feb 1988.  
To AMARC as FV0182 Oct 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Dec 12, 2011
and scrapped.
0122 to AMARC as FV0175 Aug 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Dec 12, 2011
and scrapped.
0123 to AMARC as FV0192 Nov 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Jan 4, 2012
and scrapped.
0124 to AMARC as FV0098 May 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 20, 2008
and scrapped.
67-14676 ... 67-14701
North American OV-10A-40-NH Bronco
MSN 321-84/109 (or 305-84/109)
14676 (20 TASS/504 TASG) flew into ground 10 m NE of Quang Tri, SVN Nov 4, 1969.
14678 (20 TASS/366 TFW) shot down by SA-7 NW of Hue, SVN May 25, 1972.
14679 to Philippine AF.  Seen in hangar in 2014.
14680 (23 TASS/504 TASG) hit by AAA near Ban Nathon, SVN and crashed 15 m NW of
Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Jan 27, 1970.
14681 (cn 305-87) to Philippine AF as 681.  Crashed at Muntang Indang, Philippines Nov 29, 2003
following problem with starboard engine.  Both crew ejected safely.
14682 (23 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by AAA over Laos Mar 15, 1970.
14683 w/o Jul 25, 1980.
14685 (21 TASS/377 ABW) shot down by ground fire over Mekong Delta, SVN Sep 26, 1973.
14686 (366th TFW, 20th TASS) destroyed on ground by VC rocket attack at Da Nang AB, SVN May 6, 1972.
14687 assigned to 507th Tactical Air Control Wing, Shaw AFB, SC.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Sep 3, 1991.
Used for the CERES (Clouds & the Earth's Radiant Energy System) experiment.
Used for wake vortex studies and atmospheric science research.
Registered as NASA 524.  Registered as N524NA Nov 5, 1993; cancelled Feb 18, 2015.
14688 (19 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by ground fire W of Kampong Cham, Cambodia Nov 23, 1970.
14689 to Venezuela as FAV 1863.  Shot down during coup in Venezuela Nov 27, 1992.
14691 (19 TASS/504 TASG) collided with A-1G over SVN Apr 16, 1969.
14692 (20 TASS/504 TASG) hit by ground fire 15 m NE of Muang Fangdeng, Laos and
crashed near Ban Thakkapang Jun 4, 1971.
14693 (20 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by AAA 5 m E of Ban Talan, Laos Mar 24, 1971.  The pilot, Lt Jack Butcher, ejected and 
was captured by the Vietcong, escaped and recaptured twice and became a POW in Hanoi. He was one of only 
9 airmen captured in Laos to be released 28Mar73 and make it home to the US.
14696 (23 TASS/504 TASG) shot down near Samrong, Cambodia Oct 11, 1970.
14697 to Venezuela as FAV 0607
14698 to Philippine AF.  Seen at Cavite in 2014l
14699 (MSN 305A-107) to Colombian AF as FAC2219
14700 (20 TASS/6498 ABW) shot down by ground fire 8 m SE of Quang Tri, SVN Jun 30, 1972.
14701 (MSN 305A-109) assigned to 20th TASS, 504th TASG.  Combat damage May 24, 1971 during a Prairie Fire
mission over Laos.  Aircfraft landed safely at Da Nang
67-14825 ... 67-14859
Northrop T-38A-70-NO Talon
MSN T.6027,6021/6026,6028/6055.
14842 converted to AT-38B
14825 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space 
Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 924.
Registered to NASA Sep 10, 1969; registered as N924NA to NASA, Houston; current	
14826 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
14828 (MSN T.6023) to AMRC as TF0311 Dec 15, 1995.  FMS to South Korea
as 74828.  To Holloman AFB via 377SGT-F N941NA for aggressor rebuild.
14829 MSN T.6024)
14835 instrument panel in 2009 was on display at Science Museum of Oklahoma,
Oklahoma City, OK
14838 gate guard at Randolph AFB
14845 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
14852 (MSN T.6048)
67-16000 ... 67-16686
Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
Hughes Model 369A.  MSN 0385/1071.  The manufacturer’s c/n is coded to show the month and year of manufacture 
in that sequence. Because of the complication of determining the exact c/n, the 6/7-digit c/n quoting month, 
year and sequence is usually quoted as a 4-digit sequence number only. 
16000 (MSN 0385) assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company Inn Keeper 
Assigned to 121st Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1969-Jun 1969
Accident May 11, 1969 Can-Tho, South Vietnam
Assigned to 572nd Military Intelligence Detachment
Registered N77000 to Pomona Police Department, Pomona, CA, Mar 5, 1997; cancelled Nov 7, 2013
16001 (MSN 380386) registered N364MD Oct 8, 2008.  Current
16002 (MSN 0387) assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Apr 1968-May 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to A Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Mar 1969-Mar 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment May 1970-Aug 1970
Assigned to 723rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Sep 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Dec 1970
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Jan 1971-Dec1971
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Dec 1972-Feb 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar73
Registered N58478 to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Nov 10, 1994. Registered to Walk 
Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu; current
16003 (MSN 0388) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Accident Mar 10, 1969, Kontum Province, South Vietnam. 
16004 (MSN 0389) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Aug 9, 1969 South Vietnam
16005 (MSN 0390) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Jun 15, 1970 South Vietnam
16006 (MSN 0391)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1969-Feb 1970.  Accident Feb 16, 1970 South Vietnam
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Accident Sep 19, 1970 South Vietnam when the engine failed during takeoff and the aircraft landed hard.
16007 (MSN 0392) assigned to 13th Combat Aviation Battalion Jun 1968-Apr 1969
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse May 1969-Jan1970
Combat damage Jan 18, 1970 South Vietnam. Recovered and repaired at Xuan Loc, RVN
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Feb 1970-Jun 1970
Assigned to 608th Transportation Company Jul 1970-Sep 1970 
Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1970-Jan 1972		Named BullsEye
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Aug 1972-Jun1973
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jul 1973
Registered N369LH Jun 8, 2005; current
16008 (MSN 0393)  Assigned to 62nd Corps Aviation Company 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Sep 1970
Shot down Sep 7, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
16009 (MSN 380394) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 12th Combat Aviation Group Jun 1968
Assigned to 56th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 25 Corps Aviation Company Dec 1968-Nov 1969
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Dec 1969-Jun 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1970-Dec 1970
Damaged in ccident Jan 28, 1971 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 611th Transportation Company Jan 1971 
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Feb 1971-Apr 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Jan 1972
Registered N51241 as a Hughes / Dudley KP with c/n 380394D, May 6, 2003; cancelled Aug 13, 2003 on export to Australia
Registered VH-AUF Mar 19, 2004 as a Hughes 369A with c/n 380394D; current
16010 (MSN 0395) 
16011 (MSN 0396) 
16012 (MSN 0397) registered N5473X to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; 
cancelled Feb 25, 2008.  Substantially damaged Jun 25, 1994
16013 (MSN 0398)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1970-Mar 1970
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Shot down Dec 9, 1971, Kien Giang Province, RVN
16014 (MSN 0399) Assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Jun 1968-Feb 1969.
Accident Mar 14, 1969 South Vietnam
16015 (MSN 380400) assigned 201st Aviation Company Red Barons, South Vietnam.  crashed in South Vietnam Sep 19, 1968. 4 KIA
16016 (MSN 0401) assigned to 307th Combat Aviation Battalion.  Accident May 20, 1969 South Vietnam
16017 assigned to US Army National Guard – New York.
To the Kenosha Military Museum, Pleasant Prairie, WI [1995].
Renamed and relocated 2007 as the Russell Military Museum, Zion, IL 
16018 (MSN 380403) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
Collided in midair with OH-6A 66-7854 and crashed near Lai Khe, SVN Jul 4, 1968. 3 KIA.
16019 (MSN 380404) Assigned to 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1970-Apr 1971
Accident Apr 22, 1971 South Vietnam.  No injures were sustained. Assigned to 79th Transportation 
Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Registered N2101V to the Adair County Sheriff, Kirksville, MO, Aug 1, 1995; cancelled Aug 31, 2004
16020 (MSN 480405) Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs named Katie.  Accident Apr 1970
Registered N488UH as a Hughes 369A Jul 9, 1996; cancelled Sep 19, 1996
Registration N488UH assigned as a Hughes / United States Helicopter 369A with c/n 480405USH, Sep 19, 1996; ntu
Last reported at Falcon Field, Phoenix, AZ
16021 (MSN 0406) registered as N3793A with US Border Patrol Air Operations Nov 2, 2001, later with Department of 
Homeland Security.  To AMARC Jan 7, 2011.  Registered N3973A with US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health
Inspection Services Wildlife Serices Jun 14, 2011,
current.  Offered for sale Oct 2014.  Sale reported Feb 19, 2015
16022 (MSN 0407)assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse. 
Accident Mar 17, 1970 South Vietnam
16023 (MSN 480408) Delivered to US Army May 1968 to Sharpe Army Depot.
Assigned to 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry, South Vietnam Jun 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 212th Combat Aviation Battalion Wings of Freedom Aug 1968-Sep 1968
Accident Sep 22, 1968 near Phu Bai, South Vietnam.  	Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer 
Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1968-Jan 1969
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1969-Feb 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, South Vietnam Mar 1970-Apr 1970
Shot down Apr 27, 1970, South Vietnam. about 5 miles W of Quang Nai city, along the north side of the river.
16024 (MSN 0409)  Assigned to 11th Infantry Brigade, 23rd Infantry Division.  Accident Apr 29, 1970 South Vietnam
16025 (MSN 480410) assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.
Shot down  Mar 6, 1969 Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam . 2 KIA.
16026 (MSN 480411) assigned to the 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Bandits Jun 1968-Aug 1969
Combat damage Aug 1969 South Vietnam when it sustained major damage from an explosion during a bomb assessment.
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Apr 1970
Combat damage Jun 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment Aug 1972-1994
Registered N707A; cancelled.  Registered N67PB Aug 27, 1996; current
16027 (MSN 0412) assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Jun 1968-Jan 1970.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1970-Sep 1971
Combat damage Apr 19, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
Shot down Sep 4, 1971 South Vietnam
16028 (MSN 0413)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968-
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-May 1969
Shot down May 16, 1969 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit in the engine compartment by small arms fire, 
crashed and destroyed
16029 (MSN 0414) assigned 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, South Vietnam
Accident Dec 28, 1968 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.  Aircraft destroyed by fire.
16030 (MSN 0415) assigned to 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Jun 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 212th Aviation Battalion Aug 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support)  Dec 1968-Feb 1969
Assigned 158th Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1969-Dec 1969
Assigned to A Company, 101st Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1970-Feb 1970
Assigned 158th Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Oct 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment Nov 1971
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jul 1972
Registered N6638U to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 13May96; later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed 23Aug11 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
Cedar City, UT, Jun 16, 2011; current
Combat damage Apr 26, 1969 Kien Giang Province, RVN, by automatic weapons fire
16032 (MSN 0417) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
Accident Jun 27, 1968 Bien Hoa Province, RVN. During landing approach to a cleared area, the pilot 
crashed into the trees short of his selected spot resulting in major damage to the aircraft
16033 (MSN 480418) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Aug 1968-Feb 1969.  Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 1, 1969. 2 KIA.
16034 (MSN 0419) in accident Jul 30, 1968 in South Vietnam
16035 (MSN 0420) to Heli Tech, Panama City, Florida
16036 (MSN 0421) registered N58479 to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Nov 10, 1994; current
16037 (MSN 0422)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Shot down Mar 20, 1971 Kien Giang Province, RVN. The aircraft was a pink team wing man when it took a 
hit from a B40 rocket in the fuel cell at 50' AGL and exploded.
16038 (MSN 0423) accident Aug 9, 1968 in South Vietnam
16039 (MSN 0424) Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
Accident Apr 30, 1970 South Vietnam
16040 (MSN 0425) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment. Named Kentucky Woman 
Accident into a rice paddy after both rockets hung up in the inboard pods at the same time while on 
a test flight. The end of the rocket pod burned out and knocked off the tail rotor. The aircraft 
rolled onto its side after touchdown
16041 (SMN 480426)  Assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Feb 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1969-Feb 1970
Registered N6247Z; cancelled.  Registered N626PF Jun 24, 1999; cancelled Mar 18, 2014 on export to Singapore
16042 (MSN 0427) accident Aug 26, 1968 in South Vietnam
16043 (MSN 0428) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
Accident Jun 26, 1970 South Vietnam
16044 (MSN 0429) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Feb 16, 1970 South Vietnam
16045 (MSN 0430)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Jan 22, 1970 South Vietnam
16046 (MSN 0431)  assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division.  Accident Jan 6, 1969 South Vietnam
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York
16047 (MSN 0432)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, Chu Lai Dec70-May71		Named The Pacifier 
Combat damage May 22, 1971, South Vietnam
16048 (MSN 0433)  registration N6048 assigned Dec 27, 1995; ntu, cancelled Jun 6, 2011
16049 (MSN 0434)  Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division, 23rd Infantry Blue Ghosts
Combat damage 3Jun69 Quang Ngai City. Quang Ngai Province, RVN. 
Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment
Shot down Jun 5, 1972 South Vietnam probably by a SA-7 missile.
16050 (MSN 480435) assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
Registered N501SL to the State of Carolina, Columbia, SC, Aug 14, 1995; reregistered Oct 29, 2004
Registered N501SU Oct 29, 2004; current, registered to Dave’s Helicopter Service, Port Vila, Vanuatu
On September 28, 2009 the aircraft sustained substantial damage following a loss of engine power 
and subsequent emergency landing after takeoff from the Wolf Lake Airport, Wasilla, Alaska. 
16051 (MSN 0436)
16052 (MSN 0437) in accident Mar 12, 1970
16053 (MSN 0438)
16054 (MSN 0439) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Feb 26, 1971 South Vietnam
16055 (MSN 0440) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
16056 (MSN 0441)
16057 (MSN 0442)
16058 (MSN 0443)  assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Jul 1968-Oct 1968
Combat damage Oct 1, 1968 Hua Nghia Province, RVN after being hit by automatic weapons fire. Repaired
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Nov 1969
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Dec 1969-Apr 1970
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Sep 1970
Assigned to 6th Army, Fort Ord, CA Oct 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970-Jan 1971 
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1971
Combat damage Feb 23, 1971, South Vietnam and force landed
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Mar 1971 
Combat damage Mar 19, 1971, South Vietnam and force landed
Combat damage Mar 19, 1971 South Vietnam crashed, burned and destroyed
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
16059 (MSN 0444) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident Jul 13, 1970 South Vietnam
16060 (MSN 0445) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb09]
16061 (MSN 480446) Assigned to US Army National Guard – Vermont
Registered N911GD to Martin County Sheriff's Office, Florida Dec 7, 1994, reregistered Oct 24, 2006.  
Registration N305AZ reserved Jun 11, 2005, taken up Feb 22, 2006.  Current
16062 (MSN 0447) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Aug 1968-Jan 1969 		Named Mack II
Accident Jan 3, 1969, Hua Hghia, South Vietnam.
16063 (MSN 0448)  Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
Accident Jul 15, 1968 Gia Dinh Province, RVN when crashed into water and sank.
16064 (MSN 0449)
16065 (MSN 0450)
16066 (MSN 0451) Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade 
Accident Nov 10, 1969 South Vietnam
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
Noted Oct 2003 preserved at Kansas ANG facility, Forbes Field,
Topeka, KS on display painted in the colors of the Silver Eagles Demonstration Team [2012]
16067 (MSN 0452)  assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division 
Accident Apr 17, 1970 South Vietnam
16068 (MSN 0453) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division
Accident Jul 3, 1970 South Vietnam
16069 (MSN 0454) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Shot down by RPG Feb 9, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it 
was hit by an RPG in the tail rotor section and crashed.
16070 (MSN 0455) assigned to 56th Transportation Company.  Accident Feb 15, 1971 South Vietnam
16071 (MSN 0456) assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Jan 1969	Named Boo
Accident Jan 2, 1969 South Vietnam.  The aircraft was flown back to Dong Tam at a slow speed, where the 
pilot and crew chief received medical attention.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Apr 1969-Nov 1969
Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1969-Dec 1971
Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 94th Field Artillery Regiment Jan 1972-Mar 1972
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment May 1972-Jan 1973 
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jun 1974-
16072 (MSN 0457) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Mar 1969
Combat damage Feb 28, 1969 South Vietnam
16073 (MSN 0458) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1969-Nov 1969
Combat damage Nov 16, 1969 An Khe, South Vietnam. Destroyed during a NVA sapper attack at Camp Radcliff, RVN.
Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment 	Named Vengeance Is Mine II
16074 (MSN 0459)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment  
Accident Jul 23, 1969 Binh Thuy, South Vietnam after failure of the tail rotor.
16075 (MSN 0460)  	assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Jul 1968-Aug 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile)
Accident Oct 6, 1968 Quang Tri Province, RVN.   Struck the ground inverted after tail rotor gearbox failure.
16076 (MSN 0461) Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  May 1968-Jun 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Nov 1968-Jan 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Feb 1969-Jul 1969
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Aug 1969
Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Sep 1969-Apr 1970
Combat damage Apr 8, 1970 South Vietnam. The helicopter was hit in the Forward area causing Fragmentation Damage.
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jun 1970-Nov 1971
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, 
USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Dec 1971
Assigned to Directorate of Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Jan 1972 
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972
Assigned to Directorate of Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Sep 1972
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Dec 1972-Nov 1973
Assigned to 85th Division Training, Army Reserves, Chicago, IL 
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Jan `974-
Registered N6640Z to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992; later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
Cedar City, UT, Jun 14, 2011; current
16077 (MSN 0462) assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 9th Infantry Division Oct 1968-Jun 1969
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Nov 1969-Sep 1970
Accident Jul 30, 1970 South Vietnam during training exercise
Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Oct 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Accident Dec 28, 1972 South Vietnam.  Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
16078 (MSN 0463)  Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to B Troop, 1st Brigade, 9th Infantry Division Aug 1968-Jan 1969
Combat damage Feb 7, 1969 South Vietnam
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Apr 1969-Jul 1969
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1969
Combat damage Nov 25, 1969 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a 122mm rocket while parked
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Jul 1970
Assigned to B Troop, 1st Brigade, 9th Infantry Division Sep 1970-Jun 1971
Assigned H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1971-Apr 1972
Combat damage Apr 8, 1972, Bu Dop, Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The pilot was killed by hostile fire 
16079 (MSN 0464)  Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Shot down by small arms fire Sep 26, 1968 Quang Tri Province, RVN, crashed and burned. 
16080 (MSN 0465)   Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
Accident Aug 7, 1969 South Vietnam
16081 (MSN 0466)
16082 (MSN 0467) last reported at Falcon Field, Phoenix, Arizona
16083 (MSN 580468) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Dec 1971
Combat damage Nov 2, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
Combat damage Jan 29, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
Combat damage Jun 19, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1972
Registered N810SB Oct 24, 2000; reregistered Jul 8, 2008
Registered N369GK Jul 8, 2008; current
On October 11, 2006 the aircraft ditched in the bay near the shoreline of Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo, 
Florida; the helicopter incurred substantial damage. 
16084 (MSN 0469)  bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jan 1972
16085 (MSN 0470)
16086 (MSN 0471) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1969-Nov 1969
Accident Nov 20, 1969 near LZ Tape, Binh Dinh Province, RVN.   Caught fire and exploded
16087 (MSN 0472) noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
16088 (MSN 0473) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
Shot down May 5, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission 
when it was hit by automatic weapons fire and crashed.
16089 (MSN 0474) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-Nov 1970
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jun 1972
Accident Nov 11, 1971 South Vietnam.  No injuries. Incidental damage to main rotor blade. The aircraft was 
recovered to An Son.
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Dec 1972
Combat damage Dec 11, 1972 north of Plei Djereng and east southeast of Kontum, South Vietnam by small arms fire 
and force landed on a sand bar. Later recovered to Camp Holloway.
Registered N5475A to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. Sale reported Sep 17, 2013 
16090 (MSN 0475) assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division.
Shot down Feb 16, 1970 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
16091 (MSN 0476) noted at Museum of Flying, Santa Monica CA.  Later at Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum, Compton, CA
16092 (MSN 0477) Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Nov 1968-Feb 1969
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Mar 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jul 1969-Mar 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1970-Aug 1970
Combat damage Jun 26, 1970 South Vietnam. The aircraft made a precautionary landing
Accident Sep 16, 1970 South Vietnam. While en-route to Vi Thanh from Vinh Long, at 1500 feet, the aircraft 
experienced an engine failure and suffered minor damage.
Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC Sep 1971
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts Oct 1971-Nov 1971
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment Dec 1971-Jan 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment
Registered N11572 to Atlanta Police Department Jul 31, 1996. Cancelled Oct 25, 2010 on export to Philippines
Registered RP-C4910 to Jans Helicopters, Inc.  Registered N369GF Nov 7, 2014; current
16093 (MSN 0478)
16094 (MSN 0479) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
Accident Oct 23, 1971 South Vietnam
16095 (MSN 0480) 
16096 (MSN 580481) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
Ruthless Riders Jul 1968.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Nov 1968
Accident Nov 20, 1968 South Vietnam in training exercise.
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to E Company, 82nd Artillery Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
Crashed due tail rotor failure in Phuoc Long Province, SVN May 17, 1970. 1 injured.
16097 (MSN 580482) assigned to A Company, 1st Aviation Battalion, 1st Infantry Division
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Aug 23, 1968. 4 KIA.
16098 (MSN 0483)
16099 (MSN 0484) in accident Jul 16, 1968 in South Vietnam
16100 (MSN 0485) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Jun 1969-Oct 1969.  Accident Nov 21, 1969 South Vietnam
16101 (MSN 0486) in accident Aug 28, 1968 in South Vietnam
16102 (MSN 0487) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Company, 1st Infantry Division [May 1969]
Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Jan 1971
Shot down Jan 15, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. The helicopter was destroyed by friendly fire
16103 (MSN 0488)  assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment [Oct 1969] 
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Dec 13, 1970, South Vietnam
16104 (MSN 0489) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Accident Mar 26, 1970 South Vietnam
16105 (MSN 0490)  
16106 (MSN 0491) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless 
Riders Jul 1968.  Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Jan 1970
Shot down Jan 27, 1970 South Vietnam when hit by small arms fire and force landed. The helicopter was not recovered.
16107 (MSN 0492) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-May 1969
Accident May 13, 1969 South Vietnam
16108 (MSN 580493) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Sep 1969
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Sep 9, 1969. 2 KIA.  The aircraft hit the top of a palm tree leaving 
LZ Two Bits at Bong Song south of LZ English, Binh Dinh Province, crashed and burned.
16109 (MSN 680494) assigned to 1st Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 22, 1969. 2 KIA.
16110 (MSN 0495)assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
Accident Dec 7, 1968 South Vietnam. Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.  Returned to South Vietnam
Registered N6640K to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992; later to Department 
of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Aug 2, 2011; current
16111 (MSN 580496) 	Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division Oct 1968-Feb 1969
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company (Aviation Detachment), 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1969-Dec 1969
Assigned to F Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1970-Feb 1970
Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Dec 1971
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Sep 1973-Apr 1975
Registered as N4337B Aug 20, 1997; current
16112 (MSN 0497) Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment
Registered as N62575 to the California Department of Justice, Mather, CA, 12Dec97. Registered to County 
of Butte, Oroville, CA Mar 25, 2003. Current
16113 (MSN 0498)assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968-1970
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Dec 1971
Combat damage Aug 15, 1971 South Vietnam.  The pilot decided to fly back to the staging area at LZ English. 
The aircraft was later slung out under a Huey and returned for repair.
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
16114 (MSN 0499) in accident Mar 7, 1970.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971-Feb 1972
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  
16115 (MSN 0500) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Combat damage May 6, 1970 in Cambodia after the aircraft was hit by machinegun fire. The pilot attempted to 
fly back into South Vietnam but didn't make it, the aircraft crashed and burned.
16116 (MSN 0501) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Sep 1969
Combat damage Sep 25, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and made a precautionary landing. 
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Accident Aug 23, 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to US Army National Guard - Virginia
16117 (MSN 0502) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970-Apr 1972
Registered N6252S Aug 18, 1998; current
16118 (MSN 0503) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Sep 6, 1971 South Vietnam
16119 (MSN 0504) Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment  
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Mar 1972
Registered N6249N; cancelled.  Registered N536 Mar 22, 1999; current
On November 15, 2003 the aircraft, registered to and operated by MG Aviation, collided with the ground 
during an instructional flight at Greenville Downtown Airport, Greenville, South Carolina. The helicopter 
sustained substantial damage
16120 (MSN 0505) in accident Dec 18, 1970 in South Vietnam
16121 (MSN 0506) assigned to E Company, 82nd Artillery Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division [Jul 1970]
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Feb 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – California, D Company, 40th Aviation Battalion
To Heli Tech, Panama City Airport (West Side), Panama City, FL.
16122 (MSN 0507) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse 
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts
16123 (MSN 0508) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division
Hit a tree and crashed 2 mi W of Oasis, Pleiku Province, SVN Aug 12, 1968. 1 KIA.
16124 (MSN 0509) in accident Jul 1, 1970 in South Vietnam
16125 (MSN 0510) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Apr 8, 1969 South Vietnam
16126 (MSN 0511) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment. Named The Undertaker 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Apr 1970
Shot down Apr 30, 1970, NE of Dak To, Kontum Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by a B40 rocket after 
spotting enemy ground troops, exploded, dropped straight into the trees and was destroyed.
16127 (MSN 0512) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1971-Feb 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Massachusetts. D Troop 1/110th Air Cavalry, Westover AFB.
On display at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
16128 (MSN 0513) assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC. 
Accident Jul 27, 1971
16129 (MSN 0514) 
16130 (MSN 0515) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968
16131 (MSN 0516)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division 
Accident Jul 28, 1969 South Vietnam
16132 (MSN 0517) in accident Nov 17, 1968 due to engine failure while flying convoy cover out of An Khe, South Vietnam.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to 1st Cavalry Division, South Vietnam, Dec 1969
Accident Feb 1970 due to engine failure at Quan Loi, South Vietnam.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL, Sep 1970-Dec1972
Assigned to 163rd Armored Cavalry, US Army National Guard – Utah. SOC 1989
Preserved and on display at the Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB , Ogden, UT
Rebuilt by students enrolled in the aviation program at Salt Lake Community College, UT
To the Fort Douglas Museum, Salt Lake City, UT, Nov 2002. Preserved and on display
16133 (MSN 0518) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division, Vinh Long Jul 1970-Feb 1971
Registered N37929 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 11Jul91 later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC.  Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal 
Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, 26Jul11; current
Crashed April 29, 2014  about 14.5 mi E of Bullfrog Basin airport, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, 
Bullfrog, Utah.  Pilot and other crewmember seriously injured and helicopter substantially damaged.
16134 (MSN 0519)  Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Jul 1970
Combat damage May 11,  1970 Cambodia when it took ground fire and made a precautionary landing.
Shot down Jul 8, 1970 Snipper’s Island, Binh Ding Province, RVN when it took intense ground fire, 
crashed and burned near LZ English.
16135 (MSN 0520) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment. 		
Named California Dreaming [right side]; Kansas Killer [on left side of pylon]
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Sep 1969-Feb 1970
Shot down Feb 24, 1970, Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was flying interference for Dustoff when 
it received heavy automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
16136 (MSN 0521) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1969-Nov 1970
Accident Nov 26, 1970 SW of Pleiku in the Ia Drang Valley, almost due west of Plei Me and about 2Ks 
from the Cambodian border, South Vietnam. Possible tail rotor failure; helicopter crashed and burned 
when a white phosphorous grenade exploded.
16137 (MSN 0522) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
Accident Jan 21, 1971 South Vietnam
16138 (MSN 0523) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division Nov 1968-Jun 1969
Accident Jun 10, 1969 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1969
Assigned Directorate of Support, Sharpe Army Depot Jul 1969-Nov 1969 
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1969-Mar1970
Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Apr1970 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus May 1970-Aug 1970
Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Sep 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1971-Feb 1972
Combat damage Feb 13, 1972 into a Vietcong bunker complex, Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam
16139 (MSN 0524)
16140 (MSN 0525)
16141 (MSN 0526) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1969-Jun 1970.  
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1970
Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jul 16, 1971 South Vietnam
16142 (MSN 0527)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Shot down  Dec 21, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was flying low during a reconnaissance mission. 
Gun emplacements opened up causing the aircraft to crash into trees
16143 (MSN 0528) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Shot down Dec 12, 1969 Phuoc Long Province, RVN when the aircraft was hit with .50 cal. The observer 
managed to crash land the aircraft despite a nearly severed leg.
16144 (MSN 0529)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry
Accident Feb 12, 1970 Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam.  Three crew members OK, but aircraft was 
totally consumed by fire.
16145 (MSN 0530)  Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
Accident Apr 15, 1969 South Vietnam
16146 (MSN 0531)
16147 (MSN 0532) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand 
Accident Oct 6, 1968
16148 (MSN 0533) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand 
Aug 1968-Oct 1968.  Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1968-Jul 1970
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1970-Jan 1971
Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC Jul 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1971-Apr 1972
Accident May 12, 1972 South Vietnam
16149 (MSN 0534)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.  Accident May 21, 1970 South Vietnam
16150 (MSN 0535)
16151 (MSN 0536)  assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Aug 17, 1969 South Vietnam
16152 (MSN 0537)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Accident Aug 16, 1970 South Vietnam.   Crew returned and aircraft was recovered later.
Accident Aug 22, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft experienced a loss of rotor RPM while at slow 
flight on a visual reconnaissance. The pilot turned into wind and landed hard in a sloped clearing
16153 (MSN 0538) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, Division Artillery, 4th Infantry Division Nov 1968-Jun 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1969-Apr 1970
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1970-Jul 1970
Accident Jul 4, 1970
16154 (MSN 0539)
16155 (MSN 0540) registered N502SN Apr 18, 2000.  Current
16156 (MSN 0541)
16157 (MSN 680542) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), NAS Corpus Christi, TX, 
Registered N98MP to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Jefferson City, MO, Feb 24, 1995; sale reported 
Aug 7, 2007, cancelled Jul 30, 2013
On August 7, 2002 the aircraft, operated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, was substantially damaged 
during a forced landing shortly after takeoff from the Springfield Downtown Airport (3DW), Springfield, Missouri.
16158 (MSN 0543) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Sep 1969-Aug 1970
Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns 
Shot down by NVA Dec 13, 1970, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam. Caught fire and exploded
16159 (MSN 0544)  assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot.
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968.
Accident Aug 23, 1968 South Vietnam
16160 (MSN 0545)
16161 (MSN 680546) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry [1971].
Accident Jan 19, 1971 South Vietnam.
Registered N90176 to Charles F Kelly, Apr 19, 2000. Registered to RPA Leasing Jun 6, 2001. Registered to 
Spotters Inc, Port Vila, Vanuatu, May 28, 2008; current
16162 (MSN 0547) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 9th Infantry.
Accident Jun 8, 1969 Dinh Tuong Province, RVN. Crashed into river and sank rapidly.
16163 (MSN 0548)
16164 (MSN 0549) assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment.
Registered N4191T to Lane County Sheriff’s Department, Eugene, OR, Aug 25, 1994. Current with private owner
16165 (MSN 0550) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Accident Mar 18, 1969
16166 (MSN 0551)  assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Feb 13, 1969
16167 (MSN 0552)
16168 (MSN 0553)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jun 1970-Jul 1970.
Shot down Jul 28, 1970, Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was on pink team mission SE of Khe Sahn 
when it was hit with .51 cal fire causing the aircraft to explode and crash
16169 (MSN 0554)assigned to VII Corps [RoK?] Support Company.
Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty]
16170 (MSN 0555)assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 11th Infantry Brigade, 23rd Infantry.
Aircraft blown up Jul 8, 1970 by a RPG while on the ground at Vietcong strong hold, Quang Ngai Province, RVN. 
16171 (MSN 0556) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Dec 1968
16172 (MSN 0557) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Apr 1969.
Assigned to the US Army National Guard - New Jersey.
Preserved and on display at the National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey
16173 (MSN 0558)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company
Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty
16174 (MSN 0559) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Apr 1969.
Shot down Apr 17, 1969 Quang Ngai Province, RVN by .51 cal machine gun fire. The aircraft caught on fire 
in the air and exploded on impact.
16175 (MSN 0560) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Dec 1968.
Shot down Dec 9, 1968 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
16176 (MSN 0561)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Dec 1968.
Accident Jan 1, 1969 South Vietnam
16177 (MSN 0562) accident Mar 22, 1971
16178 (MSN 0563)
16179 MSN 0564) in accident Jul 26, 1970
16180 (MSN 0565)  assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Mar 7, 1970 South Vietnam.
16181 (MSN 0566) registered N501SN to Saluda County Sheriff's Office, South Carolina Nov 3, 1994, current
16182 (MSN 0567) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Nov 1969-Feb 1971
Accident Feb 12, 1971 South Vietnam
16183 (MSN 0568) 
16184 (MSN 0569)
16185 (MSN 0570) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords.
Shot down Sep 26, 1968 west of Tam Ky, RVN. This LOH was Shot down north of LZ Young while operating 
with D 1/52 Infantry. 
16186 (MSN 0571)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Sep 1968-Dec 1968.
Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.  Accident Jan 29, 1971 South Vietnam
16187 (MSN 0572)assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Feb 1969 	Named JoAn
Combat damage Oct 5, 1968 South Vietnam when the aircraft took hits from small arms fire and made a 
precautionary landing
Combat damage Dec 9, 1968 South Vietnam when the aircraft took hits from small arms fire and made a forced landing
Accident Feb 22, 1969 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jul 1969-Dec 1969.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1970-Jan 1971.
Accident Jan 23, 1971 South Vietnam.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-May 1971.
16188 (MSN 0573)assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Feb 1969.
Shot down Mar 18, 1969 Hua Nghia Province, RVN, causing fatal injuries to the crew chief. 
The pilot was rescued and the aircraft later recovered.
Registered N126BC to the Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS May 18, 1998. Expired Apr 30, 2014
16189 (MSN 0574)assigned to 198th Brigade, 23rd Infantry.
Shot down Jan 15, 1969 Quang Ngai Province, RVN. The pilot of the aircraft was able to make a successful 
forced landing, but the enemy on the ground killed all three occupants.
16190 (MSN 0575) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division.
Combat damage Feb 16, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when 
it was hit by automatic weapons fire.
Accident Apr 22, 1970 South Vietnam
16191 (MSN 0576)
16192 (MSN 0577) assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns.
Accident Nov 1, 1970 South Vietnam
16193 (MSN 0578) assigned to 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, C Troop.   Shot down by ground fire in SVN Oct 18, 1970. 3 KIA.
16194 (MSN 0579) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Mar 1969
16195 (MSN 0580) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
16196 (MSN 0581)  assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident 19Mar70, South Vietnam
16197 (MSN 0582)  assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
Accident Dec 19, 1970, South Vietnam
16198 (MSN 0583) registered N6638R to US Border Patrol Apr 9, 1992.  Registration cancelled by FAA
Feb 16, 2005 as written off at Laredo, TX Dec 27, 1998.
16199 (MSN 0584) Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Shot down  May 14, 1970 in Cambodia. 
16200 (MSN 0585)  assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
Accident Oct 10, 1968, South Vietnam
16201 (MSN 0586) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse
Shot down May 2, 1969 Binh Duong Province, RVN.
16202 (MSN 0587)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse [May 1969-Jul 1969]
Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Accident Mar 17, 1970, South Vietnam
16203 (MSN 0588)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1970-Feb 1971
Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Accident Aug 25, 1971, South Vietnam
16204 (MSN 0589)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs Sep 1968-Oct 1968
Combat damage Oct 8, 1968 in a river, Dinh Tuong Province, RVN, supporting the 9th Infantry.
16205 (MSN 0590) Accident Dec 25, 1968, South Vietnam when crashed into water and sank.
16206 (MSN 0591)
16207 (MSN 0592) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division
Accident Apr 18, 1969, South Vietnam
16208 (MSN 0593)  last reported at Wills Point Municipal Airport, Wills Point, Texas
16209 (MSN 780594) registered N6636H to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 13, 1996.   
On May 12, 2003 the aircraft collided with terrain near Pan Tak, Arizona. Registration; cancelled Feb 16, 2005  
16210 (MSN 0595)
16211 (MSN 0596)
16212 (MSN 0597) assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division [Mar 1969]
16213 (MSN 0598) Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade 
Accident Jan 29, 1969, South Vietnam
16214 (MSN 0599)  On July 21, 1995 the aircraft crashed on landing at the Panama City-Bay County International 
Airport, Panama City, Florida. The helicopter sustained substantial damage. 
Registered N129BC to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Apr 7, 1998; current with South 
Pacific Spotters, Port Vila, Vanuatu
On November 25, 2001 the aircraft, registered to, and operated by the Desoto County Sheriff's Office, 
made a hard landing at a private field in Hernando, Mississippi; the helicopter incurred substantial damage.
16215 (MSN 0600)
16216 (MSN 0601) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Jun 1971
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
16217 (MSN 0602) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970
Combat damage Jul 30, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Recovered and repaired
16218 (MSN  0603) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Jul 1968
Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Sep 1968-Jul 1969
Accident Jul 13, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN.   Pilot injured, passenger killed.  
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1069
16219 (MSN 0604)  assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, 2Apr76 as NASA 731
Crashed Sep 11, 1981 in the center divider of Highway 580 in the SF Bay area after striking high-tension 
wires while "scud running".
16220 (MSN 0605)
16221 (MSN 0606)  assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
Accident Jul 24, 1969, South Vietnam
16222 (MSN 0607) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968-Jan 1969
Shot down by small arms fire Jan 5, 1969, Phan Rang, South Vietnam. 
16223 (MSN 0608) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Shot down by small arms fire Jan 31, 1970 Thua Thien Province and crashed
16224 (MSN 0609) Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery, 101 Airborne.  Crashed into water after takeoff 
from USS Eversole Oct 17, 1968.
16225 (MSN 0610) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
16226 (MSN 0611) assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery, 101 Airborne
Shot down by automatic weapons fire  Dec 27, 1969, near LZ Sally, Thua Thien province, RVN , crashed and burned.
16227 (MSN 0612) assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade 
Accident Dec 26, 1969, South Vietnam
16228 (MSN 0613) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
16229 (MSN 0614) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Combat damage Apr 5, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when the  
observer was killed by small arms fire. 
Accident May 21, 1970, South Vietnam
16230 (MSN 0615) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
Accident Nov 2, 1969 Sa Dec Province, RVN. The aircraft had a Turbine Overtemperature [TOT] light and 
turned back to Vinh Long. It hit a hooch on a bank and crashed inverted into a canal.
16231 (MSN 0616) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam.
Accident Oct 18, 1968 Quang Tri Province, RVN.  Crashed and burned,  2 injured, one killed. 
16232 (MSN 0617)
16233 (MSN 0618) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Accident Apr 13, 1970 South Vietnam
16234 (MSN 0619) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
Battle damage Nov 25, 1968 Binh Duong Province, RVN by small arms fire. Repaired
16235 (MSN 0620) registered N472SD to Citrus County Sheriff’s Department, Inverness, FL, Sep 3, 1996; current 
with South Pacific Spotters, Port Vila, Vanuatu.
16236 (MSN 0621) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors. 
Accident May 18, 1970 South Vietnam.  Accident Aug 28, 1971 South Vietnam
16237 (MSN 0622) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand 
Sep 1968-Oct 1968.  Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade Nov 1968-Apr 1969.
Combat damage Apr 21, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Oct 1969-Feb 1970
Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Apr 1970-Jan 1972
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Nov 1973-
Registered N6255X Feb 1, 2000; current
16238 (MSN 0623) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Dec 3, 1969 South Vietnam
16239 (MSN 0624) assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.  Shot down by 
enemy gunners Jan 9, 1971, Quang Tri Province, RVN
16240 (MSN 0625, 17th Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop) hit a tree and crashed in SVN Aug 28, 1971. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
16241 (MSN 0626) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968-Feb 1970.
Combat damage Aug 7, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the left forward skid, main rotor 
blade system, and nose. The aircraft made a forced landing and was later recovered to An Khe for repair.
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1971-Jan 1972
Assigned to the US Army National Guard - Utah
Preserved and on display at the Army National Guard unit, Salt Lake City Municipal Airport, UT
16242 (MSN 0627)  assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama, B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment
16243 (MSN 0628) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Damaged Jan 1970 Quan Loi, South Vietnam when the aircraft hit a tree
Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Alabama, 117th Air Refueling Wing
Noted Apr 2004 at ANG Gate, Birmingham IAP, AL
16244 (MSN 0629) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
Exploded in midair  Jun 19, 1970 Binh Dinh Province, RVN.
16245 (MSN 0630)  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1969-Dec 1969
On Dec 8, 1969 the aircraft underwent repairs for combat damage.  In accident Dec 11, 1969 in South Vietnam.  
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1969
16246 (MSN 0631) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
16247 (MSN 780632) assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division
Accident Sep 6, 1970 South Vietnam
Registered N345SD Mar 7, 1995; current, registered to Eddie Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu
On June 21, 2002 the aircraft was destroyed during an in-flight collision with terrain while maneuvering, 
about 15 miles west-southwest of Central, Alaska 
16248 (MSN 0633)
16249 (MSN 0634) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry
Shot down by small arms fire Jan 8, 1970 Binh Thuan Province, RVN, crashed and burned
16250 (MSN 0635)  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA .
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1969-Dec 1969
Accident Dec 30, 1969 near Pleiku, South Vietnam
16251 (man 0636)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1968-Jul 1970
Combat damage Apr 26, 1970 South Vietnam and made an emergency landing. Later recovered and repaired.  
Damaged Jul 3, 1970 South Vietnam, aircraft flown back to Camp Eagle. 
Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, 101st Airborne Division, Chu Lai Sep70-Dec70. 	Named The Dog
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Jan71-Feb71
16252 (MSN 0637) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 199th Infantry Brigade, Long Binh, South Vietnam. 
Accident Nov 14, 1968 Bien Hoa Province, RVN.    The fuselage fell to the ground along its original flight 
path exploding into flame on contact. The body of the pilot was thrown forward from the wreckage for a 
distance of 6 feet. The observer remained in the wreckage. 
16253 (MSN 0638) assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970
Assigned to 12th Combat Aviation Group 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1970-May 1971
Accident May 24, 1971 near Camp Holloway, Pleiku Province, South Vietnam when the aircraft experienced 
an engine failure at high speed during a test flight, crashed hard and burst into flames
16254 (MSN 0639) assigned to 326th Airborne Medical Company, 101st Airborne Division
Shot down with RPG in SVN Aug 17, 1969. 2 KIA.
16255 (MSN 0640) Assigned to 6th Battalion, 27th Field Artillery Sep 1968-Dec 1969
Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Jan 1970-Apr 1970
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970-Dec 1970
Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1971-Jan 1972
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Jul 1972
Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Aug 1972-Sep 1972 
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Dec 1972-Aug 1973 
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Sep 1973-Nov 1973
Assigned to 85th Division Training, Army Reserves, Chicago, IL 
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Jan 1974-
Registered N5062Q to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; cancelled Jul 8, 2008
On April 30, 1996 the aircraft collided with some power lines during a night visual operation near Yuma, 
Arizona. The helicopter received substantial damage
16256 (MSN 0641) Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Shot down by small arms fire in Laos Feb 27, 1971. 2 MIA.
16257 (MSN 0642) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Oct 1968-Dec 1968
16258  (MSN 0643)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Sep 1969
Accident Oct 5, 1969 South Vietnam
16259 (MSN 0644)
16260 (MSN 0645)
16261 (MSN 0646) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.  Accident Jan 16, 1970 South Vietnam
16262 (MSN 0647) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.  Accident Jun 17, 1970 South Vietnam
16263 (MSN 0648) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jan 25, 1969 South Vietnam
16264 (MSN 0649) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
Accident Oct 8, 1970 South Vietnam
16265 (MSN 0650) preserved at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingstown, Rhode Island
16266 (MSN 0651) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968–Oct 1968
Accident Oct 25, 1968 South Vietnam.  The aircraft landed hard, damaging the aircraft. There were no 
injuries to the crew. 
16267 (MSN 0652) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Sep 1968-Feb 1969
Accident Feb 5, 1969 South Vietnam
16268 (MSN 0653)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Combat damage Dec 9, 1971, Kien Giang Province, RVN.   Took heavy fire from both .30 Cal and .51 Cal machine guns. 
The aircraft made to the beach area of the "Hump" before setting down. It had taken a lot of "belly" hits and 
was leaking fuel everywhere. 
16269 (MSN 0654)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down Aug 9, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. While flying the area north of Nui Ba Dinh in between LZ 
Beverly and Cambodia, the aircraft was hit by gun fire. The pilot told C&C that he was on fire. The aircraft 
exploded after going through trees and hitting the ground hard
16270 (MSN 0655) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Shot down Jan 4, 1969 Kien Giang Province, RVN when it was hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
16271 (MSN 0656)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Jul 1969
Accident Jul 19, 1969 South Vietnam
16272 (MSN 0657) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Oct 1968-May 1969.  Accident Jun 17, 1969 South Vietnam
16273 (MSN 0658)  last reported at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, MD
16274 (MSN 0659) Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Nov 1972
Accident Aug 14, 1972 Le Thanh, South Vietnam.  Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance 
Center (ARADMAC), NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 1973 
16275 (MSN 0660) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.   Shot down by ground fire west of Hue, SVN Jun 11, 1972. Crew KIA
16276 (MSN 0661) assigned to 15th Transportation Corps Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).
Accident Oct 28, 1969 South Vietnam
16277 (MSN 0662) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
Accident May 25, 1969 South Vietnam
16278 (MSN 0663) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
Destroyed Dec 29, 1968 Binh Long Province, RVN. The aircraft was on an armed reconnaissance mission 
flying at tree top level and 40 KIAS when it blew up and crashed.
16279 (MSN 0664) preserved at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingstown, Rhode Island
16280 (MSN 880665)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968
Assigned to E Battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division Oct 1968-
Registered N665UH as a Hughes 369A Jul 9, 1996; cancelled Sep 19, 1996
Registration N665UH assigned as a Hughes / United States Helicopter 369A with c/n 880665USH, Sep 19, 1996; ntu
16281 (MSN 0666) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
Accident May 13, 1969 South Vietnam
16282 (MSN 0667) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Nov 3, 1968 South Vietnam
16283 (MSN 0668) registered N36SP to Kentucky State Police, Frankfort, KY, Jul 27, 1994; cancelled Nov 8, 2013
16284 (MSN 0669)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords 
Accident Sep 15, 1970 South Vietnam, crashed intothe water on the river bank.   The extraction of the 
downed OH-6A was completed later
16285 (MSN 0670)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Accident May 7, 1970 South Vietnam
16286 (MSN 880671) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Registered N456SD to Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 7, 1995; sale reported Aug 9, 2000, 
cancelled Jul 31, 2013.  Registered N456SD Feb 27, 2014; current
16287 (MSN 0672) Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down Aug 14, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN, during a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
weapons fire and crashed.
16288 (MSN 0673)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs. 
Damaged Mar 20, 1969 South Vietnam by an AH-1G hovering by gusting wind and rotor wash causing blade to 
strike the tail boom. Aircraft written off.
16289 (MSN 0674) assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970.
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment .
Accident Jul 13, 1971 South Vietnam
16290 (MSN 0675)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Jul 13, 1970 South Vietnam
16291 (MSN 0676)
16292 (MSN 0677)delivered to US Army Aug 1968
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Dec 1971
16293 (MSN 0678)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse –Jul 1969.
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Nov 1969.
Destroyed during a NVA sapper attack at Camp Radcliff, RVN Nov 16, 1969.
16294 (MSN 0679)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Sep 21, 1969 South Vietnam
16295 (MSN 0680)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Nov 21, 1968 South Vietnam
16296 (MSN 0681)
16297 (MSN 0682)
16298 (MSN 0683)
16299 (MSN 0684) assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns.
Accident Oct 16, 1970 South Vietnam
16300 (MSN 0685)
16301 (MSN 0686) assigned to Fort Rucker, AL for pilot training [1971]. Code ‘01E’
To Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, El Paso, TX. 
Preserved and on display at the War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa, NM
16302 (MSN 0687) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
Accident Sep 26, 1969 South Vietnam
16303 (MSN 0688) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division May 1969
16304 (MSN 0689) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Oct 1968-Feb 1969
Combat damage Feb 8, 1969 South Vietnam and force landed
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Feb 1969-Mar 1969
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Apr 1969-Nov 1969
Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Dec 1969
Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Jan 1970-May 1970
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1970-Jul 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Feb 1972 
Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1972
Assigned to 60th Aviation Company (Assault Helicopter), 17th Aviation Brigade Apr 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, 
USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Jul 1972
Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Aug 1972-Sep 1972 
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Dec 1972-Feb 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar1974-
Registered N392SD to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department, Mayville, NY, Jul 30, 1997; cancelled Aug 7, 2013
16305 (MSN 0690) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1968-Feb 1969.
Accident Feb 11, 1969 Polei Kleng, South Vietnam when the aircraft experienced a tail spin in the AO, 
struck trees and crashed.
16306 (MSN 0691)  assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Accident Aug 7, 1969 South Vietnam
16307 (MSN 0692) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
Assigned to 11th General Support Aviation Company, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Nov 1968-Dec 1970
Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC Sep 1971
Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1971-Feb 1972	Named Vengeance Is Mine II
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-Jun 1972
Accident Jun 4,  1972 South Vietnam
16308 (MSN 0693) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Aug 3, 1969 South Vietnam
16309 (MSN 0694)  asigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
Accident Apr 1, 1970 South Vietnam
16310 (MSN 0695) assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Sep 1970
Combat damage Sep 17, 1970 South Vietnam
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Accident Jan 5, 1972 South Vietnam
16311 (MSN 0696) assigned to 166th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970 -Jul 1970
Combat damage Jul 21, 1970 17km NE of Pleiku, Pleiku Province, RVN. 
16312 (MSN 0697)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse. 
Hit by automatic fire and crashed Sep 11, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.
16313 (MSN 0698) 
16314 (MSN 0699) 
16315 (MSN 0700)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Oct 1968-Mar 1969.
Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Jul 1970
Shot down by small arms fire and crashed Jul 30, 1970 South Vietnam.  The helicopter was recovered 
but subsequently SOC.
16316 (MSN 0701) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Mar 4, 1970, South Vietnam
16317 (MSN 0702) in accident Nov 5, 1977.
16318 (MSN 0703) registered N10436 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; cancelled Mar 25, 1993.
Destroyed Jun 13, 1992 Sunland Park, NM. The aircraft was being flown on a US Border Patrol surveillance 
mission when it struck two static lines of a power transmission system. 
16319 (MSN 0704)
16320 (MSN 0705)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Jan 27, 1969 South Vietnam
16321 (MSN 0706) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Nov 1969-Feb 1970.
Accident Mar 7, 1970 South Vietnam
16322 (MSN 0707) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Jul 15, 1971 South Vietnam
16323 (MSN 0708) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Oct 1968-Oct 1968.
Accident Nov 16, 1968.  Modified to Hughes Model 500.
Registered N8739H Oct 2, 1996; cancelled Mar 18, 2014 on export to Singapore
16324 (MSN 0709) assigned B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Combat damage Apr 23, 1969, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam. 
16325 (MSN 0710) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.
Accident Jul 4, 1971 South Vietnam
16326 (MSN 0711)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry 
Division Guns Nov 1968-May 1969.	Named Littlest Lobo
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
Combat damage Jan 22, 1973 South Vietnam. The aircraft sustained battle damage to the control cables 
for the tail rotor. The aircraft flew back to Phan Thiet but was written off.
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Registered N326SD Dec 7, 1999; reregistered Aug 28, 2004
Registered N993SL Aug 28, 2004; reregistered Sep 28, 2005
Registered N369MV Sep 28, 2005; current, registered to Heli Fish, Port Vila, Vanuatu
16327 (MSN 880712)  registered N6246W Apr 4, 2000; cancelled Sep 2, 2014 on export to Palau
16328 (MSN 0713)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Nov 1968-Mar 1969
16329 (MSN 0714)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Shot down Oct 8, 1969 Bien Hoa Province, RVN, by small arms fire and went down in the mud and water.
16330 (MSN 0715)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry. Accident Feb 27, 1969 South Vietnam
16331 (MSN 0716) 
16332 (MSN 0717) registered N8525G to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; cancelled Jun 1, 1992
16333 (MSN 0718) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1972.
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jun 1972-Jan 1973.
Registered N6638P to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992 later to 
Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
On April 14, 1997 the aircraft, registered to and operated by the U.S. Border Patrol as a public use aircraft, 
was substantially damaged during a practice night touchdown autorotation in Marfa, Texas.  Repaired
To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Jun 15, 2011; current
16334 (MSN 880719) assigned to US Army National Guard – Rhode Island.
Registered N97LC to Lake County Sheriff's Office; cancelled
On March 19, 1994 the aircraft, registered to the Lake County Sheriff's Office, was destroyed 
during impact with trees and the terrain in Northford, Connecticut.
Registered N67BM Oct 12, 2000; cancelled Mar 2, 2010.
Registration N500VG reserved Jun 13, 2006; ntu
16335 (MSN 0720)  bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Nov 1970
Accident Nov 19, 1970 Binh Dinh Province, RVN. The crew were together in an OH-6A working a sweep 
through the Soui Cau Valley when they blew up in mid-air, believed that this was 
either the result of an RPG or tracers to the fuel tank
16336 (MSN 0721) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Feb 12, 1969 South Vietnam
16337 (MSN 0722)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Accident May 7, 1970 South Vietnam
16338 (MSN 0723)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
Accident Jun 12, 1972 South Vietnam
Registered N6254Y to the California Department of Justice, Mather, CA, Dec 11, 1997. 
Registered to County of Butte, Oroville, CA Mar 25, 2003; cancelled Jul 29, 2011
16339 MSN 0724)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968-70
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-May 1971
Accident May 10, 1971 near An Son, South Vietnam, when the pilot lost control of the aircraft in a 
crosswind condition and crashed into tall trees
16340 (MSN 0726) 
16341 (MSN 0726) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Oct 1968-Dec 1968
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 5, 1968. 2 MIA.
16342 (MSN 0727) assigned to 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, E Troop.  Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Sep 29, 1970. 2 KIA.
16343 (MSN 0728) 
16344 (MSN 0729) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors .
Accident Jan 16, 1971 South Vietnam
16345 (MSN 0730) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Aug 6, 1970 South Vietnam
16346 (MSN 0731) in accident Oct 3, 1970 in South Vietnam
16347 (MSN 0732) assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
Shot down by machine gun fire SE of Bambe, Cambodia Dec 19, 1971. 2 KIA.
16348 (MSN 0733) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1969
Combat damage May 30, 1969 South Vietnam
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Oct 1970-Feb 1971
Accident Feb 19, 1971 South Vietnam
16349 (MSN 980734) registration N1156X assigned Jul 31, 1996.  Current, registered to Walker Helicopters, Port Vila,
Vanuatu 
16350 (MSN 980735) combat damage 28Mar70 Vinh Long, RVN by automatic weapons fire and crashed
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA for systems testing 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New Jersey Apr 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment
Registered N6252F Aug 10, 2000; current
16351 (MSN 0736) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down Apr 4, 1969 Long Khanh province, RVN, crashed and burned 
16352 (MSN 0737) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1968-Dec 1968
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1968
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
Accident Jan 17, 1970 South Vietnam
16353 (MSN 0738) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Jan 9, 1969 South Vietnam
16354 (MSN 0739) assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Apr 1970
Hit by small arms fire Apr 30, 1970 in South Vietnam and force landed. The helicopter was destroyed
16355 (MSN 0740) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov68
Shot down by small arme fire and a RPG Nov 21, 1968 Binh Thuan Province, RVN.
16356 (MSN 0741)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 159th Aviation Group Nov 1968-Nov 1969.
Assigned to A Company, 101st Aviation, 101st Airborne Division Comancheros Jan 1970-Feb 1970
Assigned to D Company, 158th Aviation Group Mar 1970-Dec 1970
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 158th Aviation Group Jan 1971-Mar 1971
Accident Mar 17, 1971, South Vietnam.   Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1971
Assigned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Apr 1971
Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot  May 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to Lexington Depot, KY, Jul 1971-Nov 1971
16357 (MSN 0742) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Shot down by small arms fire Jun 13, 1969 Long Khanh province, RVN. 
16358 (MSN 0473) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse May 1970-Oct 1970.
Registered N6249X Jun 15, 2000; current
16359 (MSN 0744) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Aug 1969-Oct 1969
Accident Nov 22, 1969 South Vietnam
16360 (MSN 0745)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
Combat damage Apr 7, 1971 South Vietnam in the area known as the "Hump", South of Rach Gia on the RVN west 
coast, along the "Anti-American" canal. (The Western edge of the U Minh Forest).
16361 (MSN 0746)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1968-Aug 1970
Accident Aug 16, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft lost the tail rotor and quill.  Accident Aug 22, 1970 
South Vietnam.  The aircraft was subsequently recovered. 
To A and S Helicopters, St. Louis Downtown Airport, East Saint Louis, IL.
16362 (MSN 0747)  Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Apr 13, 1969 South Vietnam
16363 (MSN 0748)  assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.
Accident Jan 4, 1969, Thua Thien Province, RVN. The aircraft crashed and burned.
16364 (MSN 0749)
16365 (MSN 0750) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1968-Jun 1969
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1969-Dec 1969
Accident Jan 12, 1970 South Vietnam
16366 (MSN 0751) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.
Accident May 19, 1969 South Vietnam
16367 (MSN 0752) assigned to 58th Transportation Battalion.
Accident Dec 20, 1968 Quang Nam Province, RVN. The aircraft was turned in to the 142nd TC Company for 
maintenance, and crashed in two feet of water on a test flight ant the three occupants were killed.
16368 (MSN 0753) Assigned to F Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1970-Feb 1970
Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division
Accident Jun 21, 1970 South Vietnam
16369 (MSN 0754)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr69-Oct69
16370 (MSN 0755) Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 23rd Infantry Division (Americal), 
11th Light Infantry Brigade.  Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 7, 1969. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
16371 (MSN 0756) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads. 
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Combat damage Jan 12, 1970 Long An Province, RVN.   Hit by automatic fire, pilot died of chest wounds
16372 (MSN 0757) Registered N372PD to the Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, Jul 25, 1996. Reregistered Aug 26, 2004.
Registration N72PD reserved May 14, 1997; registered Aug 26, 2004. Reregistered Dec 8, 2006
Registration N910WC reserved Dec 16, 2005; registered Dec 8, 2006; cancelled Feb 19, 2015
Registration N911JJ reserved; ntu
On March 26, 2013 the aircraft was substantially damaged when it impacted a stock pond at the Walking 
Cane Ranch, near Caddo, Texas.  Helicopter impacted the stock pond on the passenger side and immediately sank. 
1 killed, 1 injured.  Registration cancelled Feb 19, 2015.
16373 (MSN 0758) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1970
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Oct 1971
Accident Oct 5, 1971 South Vietnam
16374 (MSN 0759) Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Nov 8, 1969 South Vietnam
16375 (MSN 0760)
16376 (MSN 0761) assigned to US Army National Guard – New Jersey
16377 (MSN 0762)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-May 1969.
16378 (MSN 0763)  Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment
Accident Nov 13, 1969 South Vietnam
16379 (MSN 0764)assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-May 1969
Assigned to 5th Aviation Regiment
Accident May 18, 1972 South Vietnam
16380 (MSN 980765)assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Nov 1968-Feb 1970
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1970
Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Regiment
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
Registered N502SL to the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Aug 14, 1995, cancelled Jan 29, 2001
16381 (MSN 0766)Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep70
Combat damage 14Sep70 South Vietnam by small arms fire.
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct70
To Texas Aviation Historical Society-English Field Air and Space Museum, Amarillo International Airport, Amarillo, TX.
The English Field Air & Space Museum closed its doors in 2007 and lost many of its aircraft.
Reported 2007 to be at Pima Air and Space Museum, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ.
16382 (MSN 0767) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969.
Accident May 2, 1969 South Vietnam
16383 (MSN 0768)assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-Apr 1971
Shot down Apr 3, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire when flying low level about 12 miles NW of Pleiku, 
crashed and burned.
16384 (MSN 0769) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Nov 1970
Shot down Nov 24, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by automatic rifle fire. It left the 
area and soon the engine quit, so an attempted landing was made. The aircraft burst into flames before 
crashing and exploded.
16385 (MSN 0770) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969
Combat damage Apr 27, 1969 Thua Thien Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it 
was hit by automatic weapons fire.
16386 (MSN 0771) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1971-Dec 1971.
Accident Dec 27, 1971 South Vietnam
16387 (MSN 0772) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
Shot down May 30, 1969 Binh Duong Province, RVN, when it received enemy fire, caught on fire and crashed.
16388 (MSN 0773)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Jun 1970-Feb 1971.
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident May 13, 1971 South Vietnam.
16389 MSN 0774) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Nov 11, 1970 South Vietnam
16390 (MSN 0775) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down Dec 30, 1969, Phuoc Long Province, RVN by .51 cal fire while assisting an ARVN unit pinned 
down in a bamboo forest
16391 (MSN 0776) 	assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Accident Nov 19, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN, when the aircraft went IFR in a cloud bank and flew 
into the ground during a low reconnaissance mission to recover a ranger team.
16392 (MSN 0777) assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division. 
Accident Sep 5, 1970 South Vietnam
16393 (MSN 0778) 
16394 (MSN 0779) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment .
Accident Oct 14, 1969 South Vietnam
16395 (MSN 0780) Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Combat damage 13Dec68 Hua Nghia Province, RVN when it was hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
16396 (MSN 0781)  assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Combat damage Apr 21, 1970 Bien Hoa Province, RVN, during a reconnaissance mission.
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company
16397 (MSN 0782)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 101st Aviation Regiment.
Accident Apr 18, 1969 South Vietnam
16398 (MSN 0783) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Accident May 12, 1969 at Di An, South Vietnam.
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Mar 1970-Dec 1970.	Named Pig Pen. 
Accident Dec 1970 South Vietnam when the tail rotor failed.
16399 (MSN 0784) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1968-May 1969
Shot down May 4, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
16400 (MSN 0785)  assigned to 25th Infantry Division Artillery.
Shot down Jan 17, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was returning to Tay Ninh from a Fire Support 
Base [FSB] when it was hit by .50 cal and crashed. The aircraft shot up on ground.
16401 (MSN 0786)  assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Jan 5, 1970 South Vietnam
16402 (MSN 0787) assigned to 1st Infantry Division Artillery.
Accident May 26, 1969 South Vietnam
16403 (MSN 0788) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
Flying Circus Jul 1969-Mar 1970
Accident Apr 8, 1970 South Vietnam.  No fire or injuries.   Assigned to B Company, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
Accident May 1, 1972, South Vietnam
16404 (MSN 0789) assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970-Jul 1970
Assigned to 15th Transportation Company Aug 1970 
Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Sep 1970-Oct 1970
Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Nov 1970-Dec 1970
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1971
Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Feb 1971
Assigned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar 1971-Apr 1971
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to Directorate of Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Jan 1972
Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Tennessee Mar 1972
Accident Jul 2, 1984 near Only, TN. The aircraft crashed while helping to search for three prison 
escapees near Only.   Reported to be at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
16405 (MSN 0790) assigned to B Company, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Hit in the transmission by a B-40 rocket Jun 5, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN
16406 (MSN 0791)
16407 (MSN 0792)
16408 (MSN 0793) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads 
Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division 
Accident Mar 8, 1969 South Vietnam.  Tail boom severed by main rotor blades.  Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 
25th Infantry Division [May 1969, Jun 1969]
Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry [Dec 1969-Jan 1970]
Combat damage Jan 16, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered for repair
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company [Jan 1970] 
Combat damage Jan 26, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a 122mm rocket while parked in a revetment
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment 
Accident Feb 27, 1972 South Vietnam
16409 (MSN 0794)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Accident Nov 5, 1969 South Vietnam
16410 (MSN 0795)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
Accident Dec 14, 1969 South Vietnam
16411 (MSN 0796)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Nov 1968-May 1969
Accident May 10, 1969 South Vietnam
16412 (MSN 0797, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, A Troop) shot down by ground fire in Kracheh province, Cambodia 
Mar 10, 1971. 2 KIA, 1 returned.
16413 (MSN 0798) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse .
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry. 
Accident Sep 13, 1969 South Vietnam
16414 (MSN 0799)
16415 (MSN 0800)
16416 (MSN 0801) assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Dec 1970
Combat damage Dec 12, 1970 South Vietnam
16417 (MSN 0802) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 196th Infantry Brigade
Shot down Jun 28, 1971 Quang Nam Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a mission north of LZ Mary Ann. 
The aircraft was shot down in the river delta south of Da Nang. 
16418 (IMSN 0803)
16419 (MSN 0804) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Infantry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Combat damage Nov 2, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by a RPG while hovering near a tree line.
16420 (MSN 0805)
16421 (MSN 0806) Registration N7213X assigned Apr 2, 1997; ntu, cancelled May 25, 2011
16422 (MSN 0807)
16423 (MSN 0808)
16424 (MSN 0809)
16425 (MSN 0810) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Dec 1968-Mar 1969
Combat damage Mar 3, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Nov 1969-May 1971
Damaged Mar 16, 1970 South Vietnam when the rotor blades struck a tree when lifting off from a bomb crater.
Combat damage Apr 8, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
Accident May 11, 1971 South Vietnam.  Aircraft lifted out.   Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1972-Sep 1972
Loan to Bureau of Customs, Washington, DC, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
Assigned to US Army National Guard Dec 1972-Nov 1975
16426 (MSN 0811) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1968-Jun 1969
Registered N911TQ to St Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO, Sep 7, 1999; current
16427 (MSN 0812) 
16428 (MSN 0813) asigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment 	[1972]	Named Love American Style
16429 (MSN 0814) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Accident Jun 12, 1970 South Vietnam
16430 (MSN 0815) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Sep 11, 1970 South Vietnam
16431 (MSN 0816) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Shot down Apr 30, 1970 in vicinity of FB Ripchord, Thua Thien Province. The aircraft had been hit by a RPG; it was trailing flames 
and flew for about 15 seconds as the flames increased and then exploded in a ball of flames and fell to the ground
16432 (MSN 0817) in accident Dec 10, 1968 South Vietnam
16433 (MSN 0818) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968-69.
Assigned A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division
Accident Mar 30, 1971, South Vietnam. 
16434 (MSN 0819) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1968-Mar 1969.
Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry 
Accident Dec 15, 1970, South Vietnam
16435 (MSN 1080820) Assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads 
Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse [Jan70-Apr70]
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts [Sep70-May71] 
Combat damage Sep 7, 1970 South Vietnam and crashed. Recovered and repaired.
Registration N41776 reserved Jul 1, 2004, taken up Aug 24, 2004. Owned by Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, Washington.
16436 (MSN 0821) 
16437 (MSN 0822) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords.
Accident Feb 19, 1969 South Vietnam
16438 (MSN 0823) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Dec 1969-Jan 1971
16439 (MSN 0824)  assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Dec 12, 1970 South Vietnam
16440 (MSN 0825) in accident Sep 28, 1970 South Vietnam
16441 (MSN 0826)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Dec 1968-Mar 1969.
Combat damage Mar 26, 1969 Pleiku Province, RVN, just before sunset looking for the lost Rolex watch of Squadron S3
16442 (MSN 0827)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Accident Mar 13, 1969 South Vietnam
16443 (MSN 0828)assigned  to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
16444 (MSN 0829)  assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Jun 1970
Accident Jun 3, 1970 in mid-air collision 9km south of Plei Mrong, RVN, with OH-6A 66-14393 caused by hostile fire
16445 (MSN 0830) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
Accident Jan 28, 1970 South Vietnam
16446 (MSN 0831) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Dec 1968-Jun 1969.
Combat damage Jan 6, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 158 Assault Helicopter Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1969-Dec 1969.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1970-Feb 1970
Damaged Feb 19, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft flew between two 30ft tall trees and struck a wire 
that had been strung between them, damaging a rotor blade.
Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Apr 1970
Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment May 1970-Aug 1970
Combat damage Aug 31, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, force landed and destroyed.
16447 (MSN 0832)  assigned to US Army National Guard – Oklahoma.
Last noted at Tulsa AASF, Tulsa, Oklahoma
16448 (MSN 0833)  assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Dec 1968-Jul 1969.
Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Aug 1969-Sep 1969.
Accident Sep 22, 1969 South Vietnam due to main rotor failure.  The crew immediately evacuated the helicopter 
with only minor injuries. A fire developed within seconds of final impact, which consumed the helicopter.
16449 (MSN 1080834)  registered N584SD to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, May 9, 1996; cancelled
Registered N584SD to Walk-Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 5Jan09; current
On September 7, 1999 the aircraft collided with the ground while on approach to a helipad in Hernando, Mississippi
16450 (MSN 0835) 
16451 (MSN 0836) assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division.
Accident Dec 26, 1969 South Vietnam
16452 (MSN 0837) Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division. 
Accident Sep 25, 1969 South Vietnam
16453 (MSN 0838) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1968-Feb 1969
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar70-Jul70
Combat damage Apr 29, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by small arms fire and force landed
Shot down Jul 24, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by B-40 rockets, crashed and destroyed
16454 (MSN 0839) assigned to E Troop, 82nd Artillery Battalion, 1st Cavalry.  Shot down by small arms fire 
in Cambodia May 21, 1970. 4 KIA.
16455 (MSN 0840) with 1st Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop,shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 13, 1969. 1 KIA.
16456 (MSN 0841) in accident Mar 1969 South Vietnam.
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company
16457 (MSN 0842) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
16458 (MSN 0843)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Nov 1969-Feb 1970
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1970-Apr 1970
Accident Apr 27, 1970 South Vietnam
16459 (MSN 0844) delivered to US Army Nov 1968.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Accident May 10, 1970, South Vietnam. 
16460 (MSN 0845)  assigned to 5th Transportation Company
Accident Mar 15, 1969 Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam
16461 (MSN 0846)  
16462 (MSN 1080847)  registration N6253P Jul 28, 2000; cancelled Jul 19, 2012
16463 (MSN 0848) Assigned to 605th Transportation Company.
Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty]
16464 (MSN 0849) registered N464MC Apr 1, 1999, reregistered Jul 24, 2003; reregistered N501MM Jul 24, 2003.  Registration 
cancelled Dec 15, 2005 on sale to owner in Venezuela and registered YV1655
16465 (MSN 0850)
16466 (MSN 0851) in accident Mar 22, 1971 in South Vietnam
16467 (MSN 0852) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
Accident Aug 5, 1969 South Vietnam
16468 (MSN 0853) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1969
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1969-Dec 1969
16469 (MSN 0854)
16470 (MSN 0855) assigned to Royal Thai Army Volunteer Regiment, 9th infantry Division Dec 1968-Jun 1969
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1969-Oct 1969 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Nov 1969-May 1970
Combat damage May 5, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. 
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep70-Sep71
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Nov 1971-Feb 1972		Named Cheap Thrills 
Accident Feb 18, 1972 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Apr 1973
To NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Jun 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Aug 1973-
16471 (MSN 0856)
16472 (MSN 0857) 
16473 (MSN 0858)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1968-Feb 1970.
Combat damage Feb 27, 1970, South Vietnam
16474 (MSN 0859)  assigned to VII Corps [RoK?] Support Company
Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty
16475 (MSN 1180860)  Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama, 252nd Transportation Truck Company.
Registered N50MP to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Jefferson City, MO. Current, registered to Air America LLC
16476 (MSN 0861)  registered N6638J to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, 
El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992; cancelled Mar 25, 1993
Substantially damaged Dec 1, 1992
16477 (MSN 1180862) assigned to 2nd Battalion, 101 Airborne Division Brandy, South Vietnam Dec 1968 – Feb 1971
Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972-1974
Assigned to 1st Battalion, 342nd Aviation, Army National Guard – New York, Albany County airport, NY 1974  – 1991
Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment, New York, Rochester, NY 1991 – 1994
Registered N81751 to Weschester County Department of Public Safety, New York Mar 17, 1995, expired Jul 31, 2014.  
In Oct 2014 was on display at Connecticut Air And Space Center, Sikorsky Memorial Airport, Bridgeport, Connecticut.
16478 (MSN 0863) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jan 1969-Feb 1969.
Shot down by small arms fire near Ben Tre, Kien Hoa Province, SVN Feb 25, 1969. 2 KIA.
16479 (MSN 0864) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.   Crashed due engine 
failure in SVN Dec 1, 1969. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
16480 (MSN 0865)
16481 (MSN 0866) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1970-May 1970
16482 (MSN 0867) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 22, 1969. 3 KIA.
16483 (MSN 0868) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jan 1969-Aug 1969.
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Sep 1969-Feb 1971.
Combat damage Feb 10, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed.
16484 (MSN 0869) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Nov 5, 1969, South Vietnam.
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.  
Shot down by automatic weapons fire Nov 24, 1970 South Vietnam.
16485 (MSN 0870)  assigned to 121st Assault Helicopter Company Tigers, Vikings, Soc Trang.
Combat damage Jan 17, 1970 Ba Xugen Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when 
it was hit by a RPG and made a forced landing.
16486 (MSN 0871) assigned to B troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down May 23, 1971 Bien Hoa Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it was 
hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
16487 (MSN 0872) assigned to 9th Aviation Battalion, 9th Infantry Division.
Accident Mar 29, 1969 South Vietnam
16488 (MSN 0873) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1969-Jun 1969.
Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Sep 20, 1969 South Vietnam
16489 (MSN 0874) assigned to 20th Engineer Brigade
Accident Dec 23, 1969 Long Khanh province, RVN when crashed and exploded on impact after hitting high tension wires.
16490 (MSN 0875) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jan 1969.
16491 (MSN 0876) Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
Assigned to 166th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972
Last reported at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, MD
16492 (MSN 0877) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-May 1969.
Shot down May 13, 1969 west of Phan Thiet, RVN, crashed and burned
16493 (MSN 1180878) registered to N8525Y with US Border Patrol Air Operations Jul 11, 1991, later to Department 
of Homeland Security.  To AMARC.  To US Department of Agriculture /Aphis Ws Aviation Training May 3, 2011, 
current.  For sale Oct 2014.
16494 (MSN 0879) 
16495 (MSN 1180880) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Jan 1969.
Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 937th Engineer Group Feb 1969-May 1969.
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 159th Assault Helicopter Company, 101st Airborne Division 
Jun 1969-Nov 1969.
Damaged Jul 22, 1969 South Vietnam when the pilot entered autorotation, touched down hard, skidded 103ft then 
the left skid broke causing the strut to be torn from the aircraft.
Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1969-Jan 1972.
Combat damage Jan 23, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed.
Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972.
Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973- 
Registered N56TW to Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control, Montgomery, AL, Aug 23, 1994. Current with private owner.
16496 (MSN 0881)
16497 (MSN 0882) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
Accident Jul 9, 1970 South Vietnam.
16498 (MSN 0883) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-Apr 1970.
Accident Apr 14, 1970 South Vietnam.  . There was no post accident fire and there were no injuries.   
Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972
16499 (MSN 0884) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1972-Apr 1972
Shot down Apr 19, 1972 Pleiku Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission SW of Pleiku against a 
reported NVA brigade. The aircraft took on 8mm arms fire, crashed and burned
16500 (MSN 0885) assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division.  Accident Nov 2, 1969, South Vietnam
16501 (MSN 0886)
16502 (MSN 0887, 9th Avn, B Co) crashed into water 5-7 KM SS of Moc Hoa, SVN Feb 5, 1969. 2 KIA, 1 injured.
16503 (MSN 0888) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division.
Accident Jan 12, 1970 South Vietnam
16504 (MSN 0889) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Apr 1969
16505 (MSN 0890) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-Mar 1969.
Shot down Mar 6, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
16506 (MSN 0891) assigned to Army National Guard, Maryland.  To display at International Helicopter Museum, 
Weston-Super-Mare, UK Sep 1999
16507 (MSN 0892) assigned to 20th Engineer Brigade.
Shot down Mar 11, 1969 Bien Hoa Province, RVN and crashed
16508 (MSN 0893) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1971-Jan 1972
Accident Jan 20, 1972 South Vietnam
16509 (MSN 0894) assigned to 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery.
Accident May 11, 1969 Pleiku, South Vietnam
16510 (MSN 0895) assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division. 
Accident Jul 23, 1969 South Vietnam
16511 (MSN 0896) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
Accident May 9, 1969 South Vietnam.
16512 (MSN 0897) Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Oct 10, 1969 South Vietnam
16513 (MSN 0898) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1969-Mar 1969.
Combat damage Mar 14, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the passenger-cargo area, the tail 
section, and the main rotor system. There was structural damage to the helicopter plus damage to the fuel system.
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) .
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA. 
Assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors Dec 1969-Feb 1970.
Accident Feb 20, 1970 South Vietnam
16514 (MSN 0899)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Mar 15, 1969 South Vietnam
16515 (MSN 1180900) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment. 
Accident Jul 1, 1972 South Vietnam
Registered N515PD Jul 25, 1996 to Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA.
Registered N13PD to Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, Mar 25, 2004; reregistered Jan 16, 2007.
Registered N368PD to Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, Jan 16, 2007; cancelled Jul 8, 2014.
On November 3, 2012 the aircraft was substantially damaged following a collision with power lines and 
terrain while maneuvering at Atlanta, Georgia
16516 (MSN 0901)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse Feb 1969-Jan 1970.						
Accident Sep 7, 1971 South Vietnam due to mechanical failure.  Assigned to 605th Transportation Company
16517 (MSN 0902)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs [Aug 1969]
16518 (MSN 0903) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1971-Apr 1971
16519 (MSN 0904)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
Accident May 5, 1971 South Vietnam
16520 (MSN 0905) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
16521 (MSN 0906)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Mar 12, 1969 South Vietnam
16522 (MSN 0907) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Jul 1969.
Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Jul 3, 1971 South Vietnam.
16523 (MSN 0908)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
Shot down Jul 17, 1971 An Xugen Province, RVN when a control tube was shot out. Ordinance blew up on impact.
16524 (MSN 0909) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Nov 1970-Oct 1971.
16525 (MSN 0910) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Dec 1970
Combat damage Jul 22, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
Combat damage Oct 11, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
Combat damage Dec 8, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. The helicopter was further 
damaged during recovery
Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA .
Registered N142SC to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Aug 4, 1994; current
16526 (MSN 0911) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division.
Accident Mar 1, 1969 South Vietnam
16527 (MSN 0912) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand. 
Accident Apr 27, 1969 South Vietnam
16528 (MSN 0913, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, C Troop) shot down by small arms fire 8 km E of Tchpone, Laos Feb 18, 1971. 3 KIA.
16529 (MSN 0914) assigned to 166th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971.
Accident May 31, 1971 South Vietnam. The aircraft was at a low hover getting ready for take off with a 
Vietnamese doctor and a stretcher patient on board. An ARVN troop walked into the tail rotor and 
the aircraft landed with no further damage
16530 (MSN 0915) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand.
Accident Sep 24, 1969 South Vietnam
16531 (MSN 0916) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.
Accident Sep 17, 1969 South Vietnam
16532 (MSN 0917) in accident Jun 1, 1970 in South Vietnam
16533 (MSN 0918) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down Jul 4, 1969, Phuoc Long Province, RVN, crashed and burned
16534 (MSN 0919) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Feb 1970-Oct 1971
Accident Oct 15, 1971 South Vietnam
16535 (MSN 0920)
16536 (MSN 0921) assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Royal Coachman.
Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar70-Dec70.
Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 8, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
16537 (MSN 0922) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
Accident Mar 18, 1970 South Vietnam
16538 (MSN 0923) assigned to 20th Engineer Brigade Feb 1969-Dec 1969
Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1970-Apr 1970
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse May 1970-Nov 1970
Accident Nov 14, 1970 near Dian, South Vietnam. The pilot was on a low level visual reconnaissance; 
the aircraft was at tree top level, and pilot was observing the ground. Upon looking up he saw a 
tree in front of his aircraft and pulled aft cyclic to avoid the tree, thus striking tail 
rotor on a tree to his rear. He then flew his aircraft back to Dian.
Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Feb 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1971-Feb 1972
Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-May 1972
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1972
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment 
Combat damage Nov 13, 1972 South Vietnam by small arms fire, wounding the pilot. The wounded pilot flew the LOH back to LZ 
Crystal and landed. The co-pilot then brought the LOH back to the dispersal at Lane. 
Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jan 1974-
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland, Tanker Division
16539 (MSN 0924) assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
16540 (MSN 0925)registered N540SD to Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office, Fort Worth, TX, Nov 17, 1994; sale 		
reported Aug 16, 2001, cancelled Jul 10, 2013
16541 (MSN 0926) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 
(Airmobile) Flying Circus Mar 1969-Aug 1969.  Accident Sep 19, 1969 South Vietnam
16542 (MSN 0927) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 4th Infantry Division Artillery.
Accident Apr 10, 1967 South Vietnam and damaged by an autorotative landing after a governor failure.
16543 (MSN 0928)  assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
Combat damage May 10, 1971, Thua Thien Province, RVN, crashed and destroyed.
16544 (MSN 0929) registered N6602M Jun 24, 1999; reregistered.
Registered N94RR; reregistered Nov 2, 2005.  Registered N369HM Nov 2, 2005; 
Noted with Flight Trials Helicopters at Mesa-Falcon Field, Arizona Feb 2013.  Registration cancelled May 30, 2013
16545 (MSN 0930)
16546 (MSN 0931) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
16547 (MSN 0932) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1969-Oct 1969.
Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
Shot down May 27, 1970, Phuoc Long Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission