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Serial Number Criteria: 68-6857
Description Criteria: O-2A
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
68-6857 ... 68-6903 (EXACT MATCH)
Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
MSN 337M-0146/0192.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
6858 (MSN 337M-0147) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group ran out of fuel and
crashlanded in South Vietnam May 9, 1968.  Crew survived.
6859 (MSN 337M-0148) crashed in traffic pattern at Nakhon Phanom West, Thaland Nov 22, 1968.  Both crew killed.
6860 (MSN 337M-0149) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by 37-mm AAA
near Ban Bamran, Khammouan Province, Laos Mar 16, 1971.  Crew of 2 KIA.
6862 (MSN 337M-0151) sold to Dominican Republic as 1703
6864 (MSN 337M-0153) on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
6865 (MSN 337M-0154) to AMARC May 2, 1994 as 2L0041.  Now on display at Kelly Field Heritage Museum, San Antonio, Texas
6867 (MSN 337M-0156) sold to Dominican Republic as 1702.  Preserved at Base Aerea San Isidro in Nov 2011.
6868 (MSN 337M-0157) on civil registry as N37566
6869 (MSN 337M-0158, 19th TASS, 504th TASG) tail blown off by groundfire near Lang Phuoc 
Hai, 15 miles northeast of Vung Tau, SVN, while directing airstrike against 
VC rocket and mortar sites, 19 June 1969; crashed before crew of two could 
bail out
6869 (MSN 337M-0159) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
near Perfume River, 10 mi S of Saigon, Long An Province, South Vietnam Oct 19, 1968. Both crew KIA
6871 (MSN 337M-0160) on display at Grissom AB Museum, Peru, Indiana
6872 (MSN 337M-0161) on civil registry as N902A.  Acquired in a trade with
Air Force Museum in 1991.
6873 (MSN 337M-0162) in accident Oct 1, 1993.  To civil registry as N5151A Sep 6, 2001
6874 (MSN 337M-0163) to MASDC as HV0186) 
6875 (MSN 337M-0164) Registered N5151U as a Cessna M337B to Patrick Murphy, Brisbane, Australia, Jul 24, 1997; 
cancelled Dec 23, 1997 on export to Solomon Islands.  In 1997 the United States Government donated two 
civilianised ex-military Cessna O-2 aircraft to the Solomon Islands, for use by the government and 
police force. Unfortunately, no funding was provided for operating these aircraft, and so they remained 
in their delivery containers. After a while they became subject to vandalism and weather damage. 
In 2008 they were both transferred to the Civil Aviation Department and moved to the Solair hangar at 
Honiara Airport, where some restoration work was initiated. This work soon stopped and the wrecks abandoned. 
They were still there in April 2010.
6876 (MSN 337M-0165) to MASDC as HV0147 Apr 10, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
6877 (MSN 337M-0166) to MASDC as HV0153.  To civil registry as N4072G Aug 1, 1994
6879 (MSN 337M-0168) 20th TASS shot down by ground fire 2 mi N of DMZ over
North Vietnam Jun 26, 1968.  Both crew killed.  Remains of both airmen identified
and returned to USA in 2007.
6880 (MSN 337M-0169) to civil registry as N5152D Jan 4, 1999
6881 (MSN 337M-0170) Registered N5151U as a Cessna M337B to Patrick Murphy, Brisbane, Australia, Jul 24, 1997; 
cancelled Dec 23, 1997 on export to Solomon Islands.  In 1997 the United States Government donated two 
civilianised ex-military Cessna O-2 aircraft to the Solomon Islands, for use by the government and police 
force. Unfortunately, no funding was provided for operating these aircraft, and so they remained in 
their delivery containers. After a while they became subject to vandalism and weather damage. In 2008 
they were both transferred to the Civil Aviation Department and moved to the Solair hangar at Honiara 
Airport, where some restoration work was initiated. This work soon stopped and the wrecks abandoned. 
They were still there in April 2010.
6883 (MSN 337M-0172) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire 15 mi
S of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Oct 23, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
6884 (MSN 337M-0173) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed due to unknown cause
in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 11, 1970.  Both crew killed.
6885 (MSN 337M-0174) was on display at American Warbirds Museum, Republic Airport, 
Farmingdale, NY.  Bears civil registry N802A since Feb 22, 1997.  Plane
was bequeathed to the EAA Foundation, and was purchased by a private
owner in 2003.  Still registered as N802A and is flown regularly.
6889 (MSN 337M-0178) to AMARC as 2L0054 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
6890 (MSN 337M-0179) to El Salador AF as 623.  Crashed Mar 6/7, 1996.
6891 (MSN 337M-0180, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) shot down over Quang Tri, SVN Jul 30, 1968. Pilot MIA
6892 (MSN 337M-0181) to MASDC as HV0149.  To civil registry as N3219K Dec 7, 1992
6894 (MSN 337M-0183) to civil registry as N86894 Aug 2, 1994
6895 (MSN 337M-0184) to MASDC as HV0140 Mar 6, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
6896 (MSN M337B-0185) to MASDC as HV0133.  Registration N9134Q reserved October 1995
6897 (MSN 337M-0186) to MASDC as HV0141 Mar 1980.  To Bobs Airpark Oct 1994.  Stored at Greeley Weld County
APT, CO.  On civil registry as N4067N since Aug 1, 1994
6899 (MSN 337M-0188) to civil registry as N5169Y Jun 2, 1993.  Registration
N899AF reserved Jul 16, 2007
6900 (MSN 337M-0189) to AMARC as 2L0052 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
6901 (MSN 337M-0190) to civil registry as N37581.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
6903 (MSN 337M-0192) to MASDC as YB001 Oct 5, 1981

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