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Serial Number Criteria: 69-7601
Description Criteria: O-2A
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
69-7601 ... 69-7669 (EXACT MATCH)
Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
MSN 337M-0399/0467.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarexperience.com
7603 (MSN 337M-0401) to California Dept of Foresty as N455DF
7604 (MSN 337M-0402) to AMARC as 2L0056 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy as 335 in Oct 1997
7606 (MSN 337M-0404) to AMARC as HV0252 Jun 23, 1986.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7607 (MSN 337M-0405) to AMARC as HV0244 May 27, 1986.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7608 (MSN 337M-0406) to AMARC as 2L0048 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
7609 (MSN 337M-0407) to AMARC as HV0232 Feb 24, 1986.  To Chilean Navy as 334
7611 (MSN 337M-0409) to AMARC as HV0232 Feb 24, 1986.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7612 (MSN 337M-0410) to AMARC as 2L0052 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
7613 (MSN 337M-0411) sold to Dominican Republic as 1700
7614 (MSN 337M-0412) sold to Costa Rica as TI-SPG
7615 (MSN 337M-0413) sold to Botswana in 1993
7616 (507th TACW) crashed near Fort Stewart, GA Nov 2, 1982.  Two killed.
7617 (MSN 337M-0415) to civil registry as N502A Aug 23, 1990
7618 (MSN 337M-0416) sold to Zimbabwe as 322
7621 (MSN 337M-0419) became N1414C
7622 (MSN 337M-0420) to civil registry as N7654A Oct 10, 1990.  To Australia as VH-OTU in 2010
7623 (MSN 337M-0421) to AMARC as HV0226
7624 (MSN 337M-0422) to AMARC as HV0234 Apr 7, 1986.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7625 (MSN 337M-0423) to AMARC as HV0221.  To civil registry as N5WB Apr 26, 2002
7626 (MSN 337M-0424) to AMARC as HV0239 May 19, 1986.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7627 (MSN 337M-0425) to AMARC as 2L0051 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy Oct 1997 as 336.  
To civil registry as CC-LHB
7630 (MSN 337M-0428) was on display at Rickenbacker, OH, but is now gone.  Has civil registration of N60552.
At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
7631 (MSN 337M-0429) to MASDC as HV0175 Jul 15, 1981.  FMS to Chile 1998.
7632 (MSN 337M-0430) to civil registry as N97632 May 1, 1996
7633 (MSN 337M-0431) on display at Hill AFB, UT Aug 1987.  Is it still there?  I have a report of it being sold
to the Dominican Republic as 1701
7636 (MSN 337M-0434) to AMARC as HV0257 Jun 26, 1986.  FMS to Chile 1998.
7637 (MSN 337M-0435) to AMARC as HV0182 Aug 3, 1981.  FMS to Chile
1998 but placed in storage pending refurbishment. To Empresa Nacional 
de Aeronautica de Chile as CC-PZL.  To Chilean Navy in 2005 as 338,
and formally taken into inventory May 11, 2006
7639 (MSN 337M-0437) to MASDC Jul 1986.  To RNZAF Museum, New Zealand Apr 1990
7641 (MSN 337M-0439 to AMARC as 2L0044 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy as 332 Oct 1997
7642 (MSN 337M-0440) to civil registry as N642AF Jun 30, 1993
7643 (MSN 337M-0441) to AMARC as Apr 28, 1986.  To AMARC as HV0235 Apr 28, 1986.  
FMS to Chile as 251 in 1998.
7644 (MSN 337M-0442) to Blaine Air Museum
7646 (MSN 337M-0444) April 29th 1970 To 931st Tactical Air Support Group, 72nd Tactical Air Support 
Squadron (Tactical Air Command), Grissom Air Force Base, Indiana.
October 6th 1972 To 111th Tactical Air Support Group, 103rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (Air National Guard),
Horsham Air National Guard Station, Pennsylvania.
March 13th 1979 To 182nd Tactical Air Support Group, 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron (Air National Guard),
Peoria Air National Guard Station, Illinois.
June 30th 1982 To 507th Tactical Air Control Wing, 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (Tactical Air Command),
Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina.
July 22nd 1986 To Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Tucson, Arizona.
Aircraft inventory number AAHV0271, there was a total of 4,719 hours on the airframe when it was
retired from U.S. Air Force service.
May 31st 1990 Aircraft was transferred to the Davis-Monthan AFB Aero Club.
? ? Aircraft was purchased by Don Nieser of Commodore Aerospace Corp. in Oklahoma City, OK
According to Mr. Nieser he purchased the aircraft fuselage, but the wings and tail section were turned
over to Wright-Patterson AFB for testing.
August 1st 2015 Fuselage of 7646 along with wings, tail section, 1 engine core, 1 propeller core, and 
other small items from other O-2 aircraft was turned over to a 501(C)3 Non-Profit Organization called Light Horse 
Legacy, aircraft is now currently in Anderson, South Carolina being restored back to original U.S. Air
Force configuration, non-flyable static display.
7648 (MSN 337M-0446) sold to Costa Rica as TI-SPE.  Later to civil registry as N65MM
7649 (MSN 337M-0447) to AMARC as HV0236 Apr 28, 1986.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7650 (MSN 337M-0448) sold to Botswana in 1993
7651 (MSN 337M-0449) sold to Mauritania
7655 (MSN 337M-0453) to AMARC as 2L0049 May 2, 1994.  To Chile
7659 (MSN 337M-0457) to AMARC as HV0283.  To civil registry as N370SD Dec 4, 1995
7661 (MSN 337M-0459) sold to Ivory Coast Apr 1993
7662 (MSN 337M-0460) sold to Botswana 1993
7663 (MSN 337M-0461) to AMARC as 2L0058 May 2, 1994.  To Chile
7665 (MSN 337M-0463) to AMARC as HV0233 Feb 26, 1986.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7666 (MSN 337M-0464) sold to Botswana 1993
7668 (MSN 337M-0466) sold to El Salvador Jul 1990 as 626
7669 (MSN 337M-0467)to civil registry as N51680 Dec 21, 1998

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