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Serial Number Criteria: 62-4137
Description Criteria:
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
62-4125 ... 62-4139 (EXACT MATCH)
Boeing C-135B-BN Stratolifter
MSN 18465/18479.
4125 (MSN 18465) converted to VC-135B.  Reverted to C-135B.  Modified to MDS RC-135W "Rivet Joint" electronic
intelligence aircraft
4126 (MSN 18466) to VC-135B.  Reverted to C-135B.  4126 will be converted to TC-135S in Jan 2004.
By Nov 2006 had been converted to RC-135W
4127 (MSN 18467) to VC-135B.  Reverted to C-135B.  Undergoing conversion to MDS TC-135W trainer for 
"Rivet Joint" fleet
4128 (MSN 18468) to EC-135N.  Converted under Project Cobra Eye as RC-135X.  Then converted
to RC-135S under Project Cobra Ball II, which is used to monitor other nations' missile tests.	
4129 (MSN 18469) converted to VC-135B.  To TC-135W, as a flight crew trainer for "Rivet Joint" (RC-135V/W) 
crews.  Has no intelligence-gathering equipment.  Named "Greyhound" with 55th SRW in Oct 1988.  Named
"Road Warrior" with 95th RS in Jul 2014.
4130 (MSN 18470) converted to VC-135B.  4130 reverted to C-135B.  Modified to MDS RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic
intelligence aircraft.		
4131 (MSN 18471) converted in 1966 to RC-135M "Rivet Cord" and then in 2006 to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' 
electronic intelligence aircraft.
4132 (MSN 18472) converted in 1966 to RC-135M "Rivet Cord" and then in 1984 to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' 
electronic intelligence aircraft.  With 763rd ERS, clocked its 50,000th flight hour Mar 12, 2008 
during mission over Afghanistan
4133 (MSN 18473) converted to TC-135S flight crew trainer for "Cobra Ball" (RC-135S) crews.  Has no
intelligence-gathering equipment.  Will later be converted to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic 
intelligence aircraftand will be replaced as TC-135S by 62-4126.
4134 (MSN 18474) converted in 1967 to RC-135M "Rivet Cord" and then in 1981 to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' 
electronic intelligence aircraft.  Named "Wild Thing" with 55th SRW in Aug 1989.
4135 (MSN 18475) converted in 1967 to RC-135M "Rivet Cord" and then in 2001 to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' 
electronic intelligence aircraft.
4136 (MSN 18476) crashed short of runway during landing at at NAS 
Leeward Point, Cuba Oct 23, 1962.
4137 (MSN 18477) to RC-135E, project "Lisa Ann", then to Rivet Amber.  Vanished without a trace Jun 5, 1969 Bering 
Sea near Alaska.  19 on board.
4138 (MSN 18478) converted in 1966 to RC-135M "Rivet Cord" and then in 1978 to RC-135W "Rivet Joint" 
electronic intelligence aircraft.
4139 (MSN 18479) converted in 1967 to RC-135M Rivet Cord and then 1in 1984 to RC-135W "Rivet Joint" 
electronic intelligence aircraft.  Named "Bet On It" with 55th SRW in May 1998.   To Aeronautical 
Systems Center, Greenville, TX Feb 14, 2005 to be upgraded to "Rivet Glass" configuration.

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