1966 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised November 26, 2008


66-0001/0010		Martin LGM-25C Titan III missiles
66-0011/0058		General Dynamics F-111A
				c/n A1-29/76.
				0011 to AMARC Nov 30, 1970.  To Calverton, NY
					Jan 2, 1986.   Used for FB-111A weapons test
				0012 converted to GF-111A. Preserved at Battle
					Mountain APT NV
				0013 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-09).  To AMARC as FV0331 May 26, 1998.
				0014 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-12).  To AMARC May 19, 1998 as FV0328
				0015 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-13).  To AMARC Apr 9, 1998 as FV0317
				0016 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-10).  Credited for Iraqi Mirage F1 kill Jan
					17, 1991 after forcing the chasing aircraft to impact the ground.  Now on 
					display at Cannon AFB.
				0017 lost in S.E. Asia, Combat Lancer Mar 30, 1968
					Crew ejected safely and were recovered.
					Cause was a foreign object lodged in pitch/
					roll mixer assembly, rendering the aircraft
					uncontrollable.
				0018 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-11).  To AMARC Jun 11, 1998.
				0019 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-06).  To AMARC Apr 14, 1998 as FV0318
				0020 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-05).  To AMARC as FV0322 Apr 28. 1998.
				0021 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-07).  To AMARC Apr 21, 1998 as FV0321
				0022 lost in S.E. Asia Mar 28, 1968.  First
					combat-related F-111 loss.  Crew killed.
				0023 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-17).  Crashed Feb 14, 1991 with 42nd ECS,
					Saudi Arabia.  Crew killed.  Crashed during
					combat maneuvering while being mistakenly 
					targeted by F-15. Story in Apr 2008 AFM says that the aircraft
					was damaged by ground fire over Iraq and crew nursed the 
					aircraft back across Saudi Arabia border and ejected, but
					neither survived.
				0024 crashed in S.E. Asia April 22, 1968, Combat Lancer.
					Crew killed.  Cause of loss uncertain.
				0025 crashed June 20, 1975 on Nellis AFB runway when
					third stage fan blade failed causing inflight
					fire.
				0026 crashed Mar 13, 1984 at Mountain Home
					AFB before being modified to EF-111A.  Crew
					Killed.
				0027 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-08).  To AMARC as FV0336 Jun 19, 1998.
				0028 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-28).  To AMARC as FV0310 Mar 20, 1998.
				0029 crashed Sept 1, 1971 near Van Horn, TX.
				0030 converted to EF-111A Raven.(EF-36)  To AMARC May 5, 1998 as FC0324.
				0031 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-04).  To AMARC Apr 7, 1998 as FV0315.
				0032 crashed and destroyed 8 May 1968, Nellis AFB.
				0033 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-24).  To AMARC Aug 8, 1997 as FV0304.
				0034 crashed and destroyed 6 June 1975 at Peach Spring AZ.
				0035 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-20).  To AMARC Sept 16, 1997 as FV0305.
				0036 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-33).  To AMARC May 5, 1998 as FV0325.
				0037 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-21).  To AMARC as FV0330 May 20, 1998.
				0038 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-27).  Suffered a catastrophic failure to the wing carry through box during a Cold 
					Proof Load Test(ground testing) in Dec 1991 at SM-ALC, McClellan AFB.  Remnants remained at 
					McClellan.  To AMARC as FV0307 Oct 3, 1997.
				0039 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-25).  To AMARC Mar 10, 1998 as FV0308.
				0040 crashed and destroyed 23 September 1968 due to control system failure, Nellis AFB.  Crew
					ejected safely,
				0041 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-02).  To AMARC Sept 16, 1997 as FV0306.
				0042 crashed and destroyed 12 February 1969.  Flew into mountain in NV due to terrain following radar
					failure.  Crew killed.
				0043 crashed and destroyed 4 Mar 1969 Nellis AFB
				0044 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-14).  Originally not planned for conversion to EF-111A until 66-0026 crashed.  Crashed June
					1996 near Tucumcari, NM.  Crew ejected safely.
				0045 crashed May 13, 1982, Saylor Creek
				0046 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-18).  To AMARC as FV0334 Jun 2, 1998.
				0047 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-15).  Used as testbed for System Improvement Program at Eglin AFB.  Involved in some sort of accident 6/18/1996 with 
					85th TES) and w/o and used as maintenance trainer and for aircraft battle damage repair training.  Sat derelict at Cannon AFB 
					in bad shape.  Now sitting in a lot near Mojave airport.
				0048 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-29).  To AMARC Apr 1, 1998 as FV0314.
				0049 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-01).  To AMARC.  Now on display at Mountain Home AFB.
				0050 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-30).  To AMARC Apr 1, 1998 as FV0311.
				0051 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-03).  To AMARC as FV0332 May 26, 1998.
				0052 crashed July 31, 1979, Mountain Home AFB.  Both crew killed.
				0053 to AMARC as FV0037 Sep 19, 1990.
				0054 crashed April 13, 1983, Mountain Home AFB.
				0055 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-37).  To AMARC May 12, 1998 as FV0326.
				0056 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-23).  Crashed April 2, 1992 (29th TFW, 42nd ECS) at Finmere UK due to fuel duct failure.  
					Crew ejected safely.
				0057 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-41).  At Dayton, OH on display
				0058 crashed Oct 7, 1975 Nellis range.  Both crew killed.
66-0059/0065		Cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111A
66-0066/0125		Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook
				c/n B.198/257.
				066,068/070,072,078/082,084/087,091,092,094/096,098,100,105,110,112,113,117,125 sold to South Vietnam.
				074/075,077,089,090,093,097,101/104,106/108,114/116,119,122/124 remanufactured to CH-47D.
				0066 (B.198) to VNAF.  Shot down by ground fire Oct 27, 1972
				0067 (B.199) crashed May 28, 1968 in South Vietnam
				0068 (B.200) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war.
				0069 (B.201) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war.
				0070 (B.202) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0071 (B.203) crashed Mar 5, 1967 in South Vietnam.
				0072 (B.204) crashed near Can Tho, RVN Jan 15, 1967.  All 9 aboard killed.
				0073 (B.205) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0074 (B.206) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1647
				0075 (B.207)rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1668
				0076 (B.208) crashed in South Vietnam May 30, 1970
				0077 (B.209) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24341.
				0078 (B.210) to VNAF.  Lost to enemy action Mar 23, 1975.
				0079 (B.211) transferred to Vietnam AF.  Explosion in cabin during approach Nov 10, 
					1970.  28 killed, 9 injured. 
				0080 (B.212) to Vietnam AF Sept 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war.
				0081 (B.213) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0082 (B.214) to VNAF.  Shot down by ground fire Nov 9, 1973
				0083 (B.215) crashed in Vietnam Nov 1, 1967.
				0084 (B.216) to Vietnam AF.  (237th VNAF) shot down by ground fire Dec 1973.
				0085 (B.217) to VNAF.  Crashed Nov 3, 1972
				0086 (B.218) captured and operated by VPAF 917th Mixed Air Regiment,
					displayed at DaNang
				0087 (B.219) to VNAF.  Lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
				0088 (B.220) shot down in Vietnam May 13, 1967.
				0089 (B.221) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24347.
				0090 (B.222) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24345
				0091 (B.223) to Vietnam AF.  Shot down by SA-7 Jun 3, 1973.  6 killed.
				0092 (B.224) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war.
				0093 (B.225) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24357.
				0094 (B.226) to Vietnam AF.  Shot down Mar 23, 1975.
				0095 (B.227) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0096 (B.228) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0097 (B.229) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0069
				0098 (B.230) to VNAF.  Destroyed in combat Mar 23, 1975 
				0099 (B.231) to Vietnam AF.  Shot down Apr 26, 1972 by ground fire 
					and exploded in midair.  5 KIA.
				0100 (B.232) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war.
				0101 (B.233) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 85-24348.
				0102 (B.234) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 86-1659
				0103 (B.235) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 86-1650
				0104 (B.236) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 86-1674
				0105 (B.237) to Vietnam AF.  Shot down by ground fire Jan 19, 1975.  11 KIA, 5 survived.
				0106 (B.238) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 82-23768.
				0107 (B.239) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 85-24344
				0108 (B.240) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed as 82-23770
				0109 (B.241) crashed in Vietnam Dec 10, 1969
				0110 (B.242) to Vietnam AF.  Destroyed on ground by enemy fire Apr 12, 1972.
				0111 (B.243) crashed in Vietnam May 25, 1971
				0112 (B.244) to Vietnam AF.  Shot down by ground fire May 29, 1971
				0113 (B.245) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0114 (B.246) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1665
				0115 (B.247) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23776
				0116 (B.248) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23772
				0117 (B.249) to VNAF.  Captured by North Vietnam at end of war
				0118 (B.250) crashed Nov 22, 1974, Everett, Washingon
				0119 (B.251) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23765
				0120 (B.252, 205th) w/o Dec 23, 1968 by enemy RPGs.  Abandoned in 
					rice paddy.
				0121 (B.253) crashed in Germany Feb 17, 1971
				0122 (B.254) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23762
				0123 (B.255) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24332
				0124 (B.256) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24336
				0125 (B.257) to VNAF.  (247th VNAF) lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
66-0126/0209		Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter
				c/n 300-6152/6235.  All converted to C-141B except 0127
				0126 (c/n 300-6152) to Sheppard AFB as GC-141B ground trainer.  Scrapped
					July 2007.
				0127 (c/n 300-6153) w/o Apr 12, 1967.   May be the 62nd MAW plane lost 
					at Cam Ranh Bay, RVN due to incorrect spoiler setting on night takeoff.
					7 of 9 aboard killed.
				0128 (c/n 300-6154) to AMARC as CR0056 Sep 10, 1998.  Broken up
					Aug 18, 2003.
				0129 (c/n 300-6155) to AMARC as CR0023 Apr 17, 1996.  Broken up
					Jun 16, 2003.
				0130 (c/n 300-6156) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0172 Feb 25, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0131 (c/n 300-6157) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0152.
				0132 (c/n 300-6158) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0235 Dec 1, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0133 (c/n 300-6159) To AMARC as CR0164 October 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0134 (c/n 300-6160) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0193 Oct 16, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0135 (c/n 300-6161) to AMARC as CR0049 Dec 22, 1997.   Broken up
					Aug 27, 2003.  Scrapped at AMARC by Nov 2003
				0136 (c/n 300-6162) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0183 Oct 2, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0137 (c/n 300-6163) to AMARC as CR0115 Jan 12, 2001.  Scrapped.
				0138 (c/n 300-6164) to AMARC as CR0017 Jan 11, 1996.  Believed to have been returned
					to service 10/1999.  Broken up at AMARC Jun 12, 2003.
				0139 (c/n 300-6165) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0169 Dec 16, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0140 (c/n 300-6166) to AMARC as CR0147 Jan 15, 2002.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0141 (c/n 300-6167) to AMARC as CR0046 Dec 4, 1997.   Broken up Aug 19, 2003.
				0142 (c/n 300-6168) w/o Nov 30, 1992 in collision with 65-0255 over Harlem, MT.
					All 13 people on both planes killed.
				0143 (c/n 300-6169) to AMARC as CR0001 May 11, 1993.  Broken up Jun 9, 2003.
					Noted Jul 2003 in scrapyard near AMARC
				0144 (c/n 300-6170) to AMARC as CR0131 Jun 29, 2001.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0145 (c/n 300-6171) to AMARC as CR0030 Dec 23, 1996.  Broken up
					Jul 28, 2003.
				0146 (c/n 300-6172) to AMARC as CR0109 Aug 17, 2000.  To DRMO
					Dec 22, 2004.
				0147 (c/n 300-6173) to AMARC as CR0200 Feb 26, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0148 (c/n 300-6174) converted to C-141C.  Retired to AMARC as CR0179 Sep 4, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0149 (c/n 300-6175) 
				0150 (c/n 300-6176, 63 MAW) crashed Feb 20, 1989 3 mi N of Hurlburt Field, FL while
					rying to land at Hurlburt Field.  All 8 onboard killed.
				0151 (c/n 300-6177) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0212 Jul 19, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0152 (c/n 300-6178) converted to C-141C.  Made final C-141 support flight for US Antarctic
					Program Feb 4, 2005. To AMARC as CR0226 Apr 29, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0153 (c/n 300-6179) to AMARC as CR0093 Apr 24, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0154 (c/n 300-6180) preserved at Altus AFB.  Wings had been removed and used as
					ground trainer.
				0155 (c/n 300-6181) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0125 May 10, 2001.
				0156 (c/n 300-6182) to AMARC as CR0117 Mar 21, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0157 (c/n 300-6183) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0210 May 3, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0158 (c/n 300-6184) to AMARC as CR0144 Jan 3, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0159 (c/n 300-6185) to AMARC as CR0079 Dec 7, 1999.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0160 (c/n 300-6186) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0182 Oct 1, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0161 (c/n 300-6187) at KellyUSA (former Kelly AFB) minus its number 2 engine.
					Noted Oct 14, 2004 in use as instructional airframe at
					Lackland AFB, TX
				0162 (c/n 300-6188) to AMARC as CR0126 May 17, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0163 (c/n 300-6189) to AMARC as CR0127 June 5, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0164 (c/n 300-6190) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0199 Feb 19, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0165 (c/n 300-6191) to AMARC as CR0141 Nov 5, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0166 (c/n 300-6192) to AMARC as CR0143 Dec 19, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0167 (c/n 300-6193) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0194 Oct 17, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0168 (c/n 300-6194) to AMARC as CR0167 Dec 2, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC.
				0169 (c/n 300-6195) to AMARC as CR0196 Jan 15, 2004.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0170 (c/n 300-6196) to AMARC as CR0006 Jul 8, 1993.  Broken up 
					Jun 10, 2003. Noted Jul 2003 in scrapyard near AMARC.
				0171 (c/n 300-6197) to AMARC as CR0153 Jan 28, 2002.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0172 (c/n 300-6198) to AMARC as CR0059 Oct 14, 1998.  Broken up Aug 19, 2003.
				0173 (c/n 300-6199) struck on ramp Mar 23, 1994 at Pope AFB by out-of-control
					F-16D 88-0171 and burned.  Of approximately 500 troops in the vicinity, 23 were
					killed and over 80 were injured.
				0174 (c/n 300-6200) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0207 Apr 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0175 (c/n 300-6201) to AMARC as CR0145 Jan 7, 2002.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0176 (c/n 300-6202) to Sheppard AFB as GC-141B ground trainer.
					Scrapped Jul 2007.
				0177 (c/n 300-6203) converted to C-141C.  Was first aircraft to touch down in Hanoi to bring POWs home 
					Feb 12, 1973 (was then an A-model).  Named "Hanoi Taxi".  When retired, scheduled
					to go to USAF Museum.  Flew into WPAFB May 5, 2006, last flight of a C-141
					in USAF service.  Handed over to USAFM May 6, 2006
				0178 (c/n 300-6204) to AMARC as CR0061 Dec 16, 1998.  Broken up
					Aug 25, 2003.  Scrapped at AMARC by Nov 2003
				0179 (c/n 300-6205) to AMARC as CR0039 Jul 29, 1997. Broken up
					Aug 22, 2003.  Scrapped at AMARC by Nov 2003
				0180 (c/n 300-6206) preserved at Robins AFB
				0181 (c/n 300-6207) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0203 Mar 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0182 (c/n 300-6208) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0192 Oct 15, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0183 (c/n 300-6209) to AMARC as CR0205 Mar 30, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0184 (c/n 300-6210) to AMARC as CR0129 Jun 26, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0185 (c/n 300-6211) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0198 Feb 13, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0186 (c/n 300-6212) modified as YC-141B.  Preserved at Dobbins AFB
				0187 (c/n 300-6213) to AMARC as CR0089 Mar 29, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0188 (c/n 300-6214) to AMARC as CR0008 Jul 22, 1993.  Broken up Jun 18, 2003
				0189 (c/n 300-6215) to GC-141B for ground instruction at Sheppard AFB.  Seen on
					dump there Jan 2000 but was scrapped by Aug 2000
				0190 (c/n 300-6216) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0195 Nov 20, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0191 (c/n 300-6217) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0173 Mar 18, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0192 (c/n 300-6218) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0158
				0193 (c/n 300-6219) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0214 Jul 26, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0194 (c/n 300-6220) to AMARC as CR0088 Mar 24, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC.
				0195 (c/n 300-6221) to AMARC as CR0090 Apr 4, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0196 (c/n 300-6222) to AMARC as CR0155 Mar 4, 2002.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0197 (c/n 300-6223) to AMARC as CR0114 Dec 28, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0198 (c/n 300-6224) to AMARC as CR0077 Oct 18, 1999.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0199 (c/n 300-6225) to AMARC as CR0092 Apr 10, 2000.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0200 (c/n 300-6226) to AMARC as CR0052 Apr 15, 1998.  Broken up at AMARC Aug 27, 2003
				0201 (c/n 300-6227) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0189 Oct 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0202 (c/n 300-6228) to AMARC as CR0085 Feb 4, 2000.  Reported Aug 2004 for sale as lot 1071/2
				0203 (c/n 300-6229) to AMARC as CR0050 Dec 30, 1997.  Scrapped at AMARC Aug 21, 2003
				0204 (c/n 300-6230) to AMARC as CR0045 Nov 25, 1997.  Broken up Aug 21, 2003
				0205 (c/n 300-6231) to AMARC as CR0031 Jan 3, 1997.  Broken up 
					Aug 1, 2003.
				0206 (c/n 300-6232) to AMARC as CR0138 Jul 30, 2001.  Scrapped at AMARC
				0207 (c/n 300-6233) to AMARC as CR0040 Oct 1, 1997.  Broken up Jun 27, 2003
				0208 (c/n 300-6234) to AMARC as CR0032 Mar 28, 1997.  Broken up Aug 12, 2003
				0209 (c/n 300-6235) to AMARC as CR0087 Feb 22, 2000.
66-0210			Unknown allocation.  May have been a C-141 Starlifter, but need
					confirmation.
66-0211/0225		Lockheed HC-130P-130-LM Hercules
				C/N 4161/4166,4173/4175,4179,4183/4187
				0211 (c/n 382-4161) crashed Magdalena, NM Apr 3, 1986.  11 killed.  Cause
					was wing failure due to turbulence at low altitude.
				0212 (c/n 382-4162)
				0213 (c/n 382-4163, 16th SOW/9th SOS) pulled up to avoid hill in poor visibility and pancaked into
					deep snow Feb 13, 2001 in eastern Afghanistan.  Crew of 8 OK.
				0214 (c/n 382-4164) destroyed by bomb at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jul 29, 1968.
				0215 (c/n 382-4165, MC-130P) w/o Feb 12, 2002.
				0216 (c/n 382-4166)
				0217 (c/n 382-4173)
				0218 (c/n 382-4174) destroyed by bomb at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jul 29, 1968.
				0219 (c/n 382-4175)
				0220 (c/n 382-4179)
				0221 (c/n 382-4183) converted to KC-130P
				0222 (c/n 382-4184)
				0223 (c/n 382-4185)
				0224 (c/n 382-4186)
				0225 (c/n 382-4187)
66-0226/0283		McDonnell F-4D-29-MC Phantom
				0226 (c/n 1881) to AMARC as FP0526 Jul 5, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0227 (388th TFW) crashed Mar 7, 1979, north end of Groom Lake
					range during Red Flag exercises.  Both crew killed.
				0228 (c/n 1884) to AMARC as FP0111 Apr 27, 1988.  To National Jan 2, 1997.
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				0230 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll May 11, 1972.
				0232 w/o Jun 6, 1972, Vietnam
				0234 (c/n 1891) to AMARC as FP0314 Sep 29, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0235 crashed in Spain Jan 16, 1975.
				0237 crashed in Vietnam Feb 18, 1972.
				0238 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Aug 23, 1967.
				0239 to South Korea
				0241 crashed in Vietnam Dec 18, 1971
				0242 (c/n 1902) to AMARC as FP0513 Jun 1, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 14, 1999
				0243 (c/n 1903) to AMARC as FP0286 Jul 20, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0244 (c/n 1904) to AMARC as FP0236 Apr 4, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun1, 1999
				0245 shot down in Laos May 25, 1970
				0246 lost near Dong Hoi, NVN May 22, 1968, possibly shot down by AAA.
					Crew MIA.
				0247 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Aug 23, 1967.
				0250 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Nov 8, 1967.
				0251 w/o Jun 2, 1980
				0254 (c/n 1917) to AMARC as FP0527 Jul 5, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0256 crashed in North Sea Nov 22, 1975.
				0261 (c/n 1926) to AMARC as FP0411 Jan 8, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				0263 w/o Feb 3, 1971, Vietnam
				0264 w/o Oct 24, 1968, Vietnam
				0266 (c/n 1932) to AMARC as FP0278 Jul 13, 1989.  To DMI for preservation at Ontario, OR Aug 25, 1998
				0267 gate guard at Homestead AFRB, FL in 1998.  Destroyed by Hurricane Andrew
					Aug 24, 1992.   After being destroyed it was rebuilt using spare parts
					from two F-4Cs.
				0268 on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Observed there in Oct 2006
					wearing a red star for downing a MiG-21 Oct 12, 1972.
				0269 on display at New England Air Museum,
					Bradley Airport, CT.
				0270 (c/n 1938) to AMARC as FP0494 Apr 16, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 1, 1999
				0271 shot down MiG 21 with AIM-9 Jul 18, 1972.  Same aircraft
					shot down MiG 21 with AIM-7 Jul 29, 1972.  Now on 
					display at McConnell AFB, Wichita, KS.
				0272 (c/n 1940) to AMARC as FP0212 Jan 30, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 1, 1999
				0273 on pedestal on Highway 1 in Homestead City, FL.  Noted Apr 2004 at junction of US 1
					and 304th Street SW, Orlando, FL
				0274 to South Korea
				0275 w/o May 27, 1970, Vietnam
				0276 (c/n 1945) to AMARC as FP0210 Jan 26, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 1, 1999
				0277 (c/n 1947) to AMARC as FP0417 Jan 10, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0278 W/o Apr 11, 1979
				0279 (c/n 1949) to AMARC as FP0532 Jul 9, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0280 on display at Ellington Field, TX.  Scored MiG kill Apr 16, 1972
				0283 (c/n 1956) to AMARC as FP0480 Apr 4, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 14, 1999
66-0284/0297		McDonnell F-4E-31-MC Phantom
				0284 on pedestal at Burke Lakefront, Cleveland, OH painted as Thunderbird #1, although
					it was not a Thunderbird aircraft.
				0286 now on display in schoolyard at Battle Mountain Airport, NV.
				0287 at Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, CO.
				0289 was 'Thunderbird 6' from May 1969 until December 1973, when to 6512th TFS at 
					Edwards AFB, used as chase plane and redesignated NF-4E. Last flight Mar 21, 1991, 
					then to AMARC.  Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA since Apr 1995 , painted as Thunderbird 6,
					which it was from 1969-1974.
				0290 was Thunderbird 3.  Crashed at Holloman AFB, NM Apr 1973.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0291 (NF-4E) to AMARC as FP0626 Mar 21, 1991.  Was Thunderbird aircraft.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0292 to Turkey in 1991-92
				0293 to Turkey in 1981
				0294 on display in front of VFW, Vail, AZ.
				0296 was Thunderbird aircraft.
				0297 to Turkey in 1987.  Crashed Sept 25, 1993, crew unhurt.
66-0298/0338		McDonnell F-4E-32-MC Phantom
				0298 to Turkey in 1987
				0300 to Turkey in 1987.  A plane bearing this serial number is on outdoor display at
					Keflavik AB, Iceland, but it is not actually the original 66-0300.
				0301 to Turkey in 1987
				0302 on display on pedestal at MacDill AFB, FL.  Flew with Thunderbirds
				0303 to Turkey in 1987
				0304 (c/n 2484) to AMARC as FP0021 Oct 2, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0305 to Turkey in 1984
				0306 (c/n 2494) to AMARC as FP0390 Nov 21, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0307 to Turkey in 1984 
				0308 preserved as gate guard at Spangdahlem AB as "F-4G"
				0309 (c/n 2510) to AMARC as FP0011 Sep 18, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0312 to Turkey in 1982
				0313 to Israel in 1973, Nickel Grass
				0314 to Turkey in 1987
				0315 was Thunderbird aircraft.  May be the one on a pedestal in park at Monnet, MO as Thunderbird #3.
					Need confirmation.
				0317 to Turkey in 1987. Crashed at Konya air base Oct 15, 1992.
					Crew unhurt.
				0318 to Turkey in 1984 
				0319 was Thunderbird aircraft.  On pedestal in front of VFW, Athens, TN.
				0320 (c/n 2562) to AMARC as FP0022 Oct 9, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0321 was Thunderbird aircraft.  Crashed at Dulles Int'l APT Jun 4, 1972 during airshow.  
					Pilot killed after ejection when winds carred him into fireball.
				0323 (c/n 2574) to Turkey in 1987.  Retains US serial in Turkish service
				0327 to Israel in 1973, Nickel Grass
				0328 (c/n 2599) to Turkey in 1991.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.
				0329 was Thunderbird aircraft.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				0330 (c/n 2609) to AMARC as FP0387 Nov 20, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0333 to Turkey in 1987
				0334 to Turkey in 1991-92
				0336 to Turkey in 1987
				0337 to Egypt in 1980.  Returned to US and converted to QF-4E.  Crashed on pilotless takeoff.
				0338 to AMARC as FP0385 11/16/1989.  To QF-4E at
					Tyndall AFB as AF115 2/19/1997.  Expended Aug 22, 2001.
66-0339/0382		McDonnell F-4E-33-MC Phantom
				0339 (c/n 2663) to AMARC as FP0018 Sep 22, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0340 to Egypt in 1980 (7814)
				0341 to Egypt in 1980.  I also have this one as going
					to Turkey in 1987. 
				0342 to AMARC as FP0359 10/23/1989.  To QF-4E at
					Holloman AFB as AF116 4/21/1997.  Expended Jun 14, 2001.
				0343 to Egypt in 1980 
				0345 (c/n 2685) to AMARC as FP0014 Sep 18, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0346 to Turkey in 1987
				0349 to Egypt in 1980
				0350 (c/n 2703) to AMARC as FP0386 Nov 17, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0351 (c/n 2707) to AMARC as FP0019 Sep 22, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0352 to Israel in 1973, Nickel Grass
				0353 to Egypt in 1980 
				0354 to Turkey in 1987
				0355 to Turkey in 1987
				0357 (c/n 2726) to AMARC as FP0392 Nov 27, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0358 to Egypt in 1980 
				0359 (c/n 2733) to Turkey in 1991
				0360 to Egypt in 1980  (7802)
				0361 (c/n 2739) to AMARC as FP0009 Sep 16, 1986.  To Turkey in 1987
				0362 to Egypt in 1980 
				0364 to Egypt in 1980 (7801) 
				0366 to Egypt in 1980 (7801)
				0368 on display at Vietnam Memorial, Big Spring, TX 
				0369 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Jul 29, 1972.
				0370 to Turkey in 1987
				0372 (c/n 2776) to AMARC as FP0346 Oct 16, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0373 to Turkey in 1981
				0374 to Turkey in 1981
				0375 to Egypt in 1980 (7801)
				0376 (c/n 2790) to AMARC as FP0315 Oct 2, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0377 to AMARC as FP0658 (NF-4E) Apr 15, 1991.
				0378 (c/n 2797) to AMARC as FP0309 Sep 25, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0379 to Turkey in 1987
66-0383/0386		McDonnell RF-4C-28-MC Phantom
				0383 (460th TRW, 12th TRS) shot down by AAA over Laos Apr 13, 1968.  Pilot POW, WSO rescued.
				0384 located at Quartzsite, AZ in a park named Freedom Garden
				0385 (460th TRW, 12th TRS) lost Jun 4, 1970.  Both crew KIA
66-0387			McDonnell RF-4C-29-MC Phantom
				460th TRW, 16th TRS.  Aborted takeoff, left runway and caught fire Sep 5, 1967.  Both crew OK
66-0388			McDonnell RF-4C-28-MC Phantom
				432nd TRW, 11th TRS.  Shot down by AAA Jun 5, 1969.  Both crew rescued.
66-0389/0406		McDonnell RF-4C-29-MC Phantom
				0389 to AMARC as FP0736 Aug 21, 1991.
				0390 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) hit by AAA over Laos Apr 30, 1969 and crashed at Da Nang.  Both 
					crew KIA.
				0391 (460th TRW) destroyed on ground by VC rocket attack at Tan Son Nhut Feb 18, 1968.
				0392 (460th TRW, 12th TRS) shot down by AAA over Cambodia Jul 10, 1971.  Both crew rescued.
				0393 to AMARC as FP0780 Oct 29, 1991.
				0395 to AMARC as FP0502 May 15, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0396 (c/n 3310) shot down by AAA over Laos Dec 21, 1969.  Both crewmembers rescued.  This was their
					second combat ejection, as they were downed in RF-4C 66-0468 Nov 16 1969 and were rescued.  The reports
					that this plane went to Turkey appear to be in error.
				0398 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) lost Apr 28, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				0399 to AMARC as FP0909 Apr 6, 1993.
				0400 to AMARC as FP0967 May 26, 1994.
				0401 to AMARC as FP0959 Apr 28, 1994.
				0402 to AMARC as FP0929 Jun 14, 1993.
				0403 (432nd TRW, 11th TRS) crashed Oct 2, 1967.  Both crew rescued.
				0405 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) shot down by AAA over Laos Apr 17, 1969.  Both crew rescued.
66-0407/0428		McDonnell RF-4C-30-MC Phantom
				0407 to AMARC as FP0926 May 18, 1993.
				0408 to AMARC as FP0974 May 26, 1995.
				0409 (460th TRW 12th TRS) lost over Laos Apr 16, 1970.  Both crew KIA
				0410 to AMARC as FAPA0368 Oct 27, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0411 crashed at Bergstrom AFB Apr 25, 1967
				0412 crashed in Japan Jun 3, 1968.
				0413 (153rd TRS, Mississippi ANG) crashed Dec 3, 1989.
				0415 to AMARC as FP0964 May 19, 1994.
				0417 to AMARC as FP0911 Apr 7, 1993.
				0418 to AMARC as FP0939 Jul 28, 1993.
				0419 to AMARC as FP0340 Oct 13, 1989.  Was used in 1971 to test the
					G-139 reconnaissance sensor pod.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0420 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) shot down by AAA Nov 13, 1970.  Both crew KIA.
				0421 to AMARC as FP0767 Oct 1, 1991.
				0422 to AMARC as FP0903 Oct 27, 1992.
				0423 to AMARC as FP0933 Jun 18, 1993.
				0424 crashed near the village of Thuine, Germany Aug 25, 1977.  Both crew killed.
				0425 to AMARC as FP0901 Oct 8, 1992.
				0426 crashed near Lauwersoog, Holland Aug 22, 1973.
				0427 to AMARC as FP0750 Sep 5, 1991.
				0428 to AMARC as FP-944 Sep 16, 1993.
66-0429/0450		McDonnell RF-4C-31-MC Phantom
				0430 to AMARC as FP0900 Oct 8, 1992.
				0431 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) lost Feb 27, 1968.  Both crew KIA
				0432 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) crashed at Udorn Nov 21, 1968.  Crew OK
				0433 to AMARC as FP0789 Dec 3, 1991.
				0435 to AMARC as FP0927 Jun 4, 1993.
				0436 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) lost over Laos Jul 29, 1970.  Both crew KIA
				0439 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) shot down by AAA Oct 1, 1971.  Pilot KIA, WSO rescued.
				0441 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) shot down by AA over Laos Nov 22, 1969.  Both crew rescued.
				0442 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) lost May 18, 1968.  Pilot PIW, WSO KIA
				0443 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) lost over Laos Feb 4, 1968.  Both crew KIA
				0444 to AMARC as FP0811 Feb 3, 1992.
				0445 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) shot down by AAA Nov 23, 1968.  Pilot KIA, WSO POW
				0446 to AMARC as FP0843 Apr 28, 1992.
				0447 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) shot down by AAA Aug 15, 1968.  Pilot KIA, WSO POW
				0449 to AMARC as FP0949 Sep 29, 1993.
66-0451/0472		McDonnell RF-4C-32-MC Phantom
				0452 to AMARC as FP0816 Feb 6, 1992.
				0453 to AMARC as FP0961 Apr 28, 1994.
				0456 to AMARC as FP0740 Aug 27, 1991.
				0457 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) crashed at Udorn Oct 30, 1968.  Both crew OK
				0460 (363rd TRW, 33rd TRS) crashed Oct 1, 1976 in Holston Mountains near Bristol, TN
					2 Luftwaffe officers onboard killed.
				0461 to AMARC as FP0674 May 16, 1991.
				0463 to AMARC as FP0737 Aug 21, 1991.
				0466 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) lost Aug 23, 1968.  Both crew KIA
				0467 at Valdosta, GA airport
				0468 (432nd TRW, 14th TRS) hit by AAA over Laos Nov 16, 1969, crew ejected safely over Udorn and
					were rescued.
				0469 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Ogden, Utah
				0470 to AMARC as FP0328 Oct 6, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0471 (62nd TRS) involved in midair collision with 65-0825 Nov 24, 1972 off
					Myrtle Beach, SC during defensive combat maneuvering mission.  2 of the
					crew were killed, two ejected and were recovered
66-0473/0478		McDonnell RF-4C-33-MC Phantom
				0473 to AMARC as FP0749 Sep 5, 1991.
				0474 to AMARC as FP0728 Jul 25, 1991.
				0475 to AMARC as FP0734 Aug 19, 1991.
				0476 to AMARC as FP0615 Mar 8, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0477 (67th TRW) w/o 5/23/1986
				0478 to AMARC as FP0774 Oct 22, 1991.
66-0479/0490		Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules
66-0491/0745		Bell UH-1C-BF Iroquois
				c/n 1473/1727.
				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.
				0497 (c/n 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 at Lexingtion, NE Transportation Museum
				0616 preserved at White Sands Missile Range
				0648 (c/n 1630) noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA
				0675 at Museum of Flight, Santa Monica, CA.
				0683 (c/n 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 (c/n 1668) at old Chanute AFB museum in Rantoul, IL Aug 3, 1005.
				0739 lost Jan 10, 1970 near Hoi An, SVN Jan 10, 1970.  Crew chief KIA, 3 crewmembers MIA.
66-0746/1210		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 5229/5693.  Many to FMS.
				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 (c/n 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 (c/n 5232) up for sale on Ebay.
				0751 (c/n 5234) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0409 May 17, 1995
				0760 (c/n 5242) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0536 Oct 3, 1995.
					Noted stoed at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				0765 (c/n 5248) on display at Museum of Flying, 1997.
				0768 (c/n 5251) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0592 Oct 7, 1996
				0772 (c/n 5255)  converted to UH-1V
				0782 (c/n 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
				0785 (c/n 5268) to Jordanian AF as 820.  Derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006
					at Ozark Blackwell Field, AL
				0786 (c/n 5269) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1206G.
					Up for sale by Dakota Air Parts International, Inc.
				0789 (c/n 5272) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N19UH, later EC-GOE.
					Registered Nov 27, 2006 to FAASA as CC-CEL
				0791 (c/n 5274) mounted on a post at the Guard base at Davenport, IA Apr 29, 2002
				0792 (c/n 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 (c/n 5278) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N165AS
				0798 (c/n 5281) to N9914M Dec 2001.
				0805 (c/n 5288) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0590 Sep 30, 1996
				0809 (c/n 5292) noted Mar 1, 2004 on dump at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  It had been leased to the
					RNZAF for peacekeeping duty in the Sinah from Mar 1982.
				0810 (c/n 5293) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0398 May 8, 1995
				0811 (c/n 5294) lost near Vong Ro Bay, SVN Dec 2, 1967.  4 crew MIA.
				0816 (c/n 5299) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0563 Oct 24, 1995. Allocated civilian
					registration number N40690 June 2001.
				0822 (c/n 5305) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N205FD
				0825 (c/n 5308) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N825HX
				0828 (c/n 5311) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N792CF
				0831 (c/n 5314) converted to UH-1V
				0835 (c/n 5318) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0511 Oct 2, 1995. Allicated civil
					regiatration of N83CF July 2001
				0836 (c/n 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 (c/n 5320) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N8281B Jun 2, 1995.  Became EC-951, then
					EC-GDJ.  Believed w/o Mar 19, 1998.
				0843 (c/n 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 (c/n 5327) converted to UH-1H.  w/o Jun 13, 1990.  Wreck stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
				0850 (c/n 5333) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0329 Sep 22, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC
					8/28/2000.
				0855 (c/n 5338, UH-1H) w/o May 1989.
				0859 (c/n 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 (c/n 5344) to El Salvador AF as FAES 202
				0863 (c/n 5346) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0506 Sep 29, 1995.
				0868 (c/n 5351) destroyed in combat operations Jan 2, 1968.  3 KIA, 3 injured.
				0869 (c/n 5352) converted to NUH-1H: Became N226MS.  At one time was with
					El Salvador AF as FAES 286
				0873 (c/n 5356) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0533 Oct 3, 1995.
				0875 (c/n 5358) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0386 Mar 15, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				0877 (c/n 5360) noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
				0882 (c/n 5365) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0470 Sep 22, 1995
				0883 (c/n 5366) registered N911GC Mar 30, 1995
				0886 (c/n 5369) to South Korean Army as 00886.  Crashed on Youngmun
					Mountain Feb 20, 2008.  All 7 onboard killed.
				0888 (c/n 5371) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0360 Oct 7, 1988
				0896 (c/n 5379) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0395 May 5, 1995
				0903 (c/n 5386) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N84NW
				0904 (c/n 5387) to civil registry as N8154L.  Became N205UD, then
					EC-298, then EC-GJA.
				0906 (c/n 5389) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N771AR
				0911 (c/n 5394) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0594 Dec 16, 1996
				0912 (c/n 5395) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0599 Jan 24, 1997
				0913 (c/n 5396) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N5517Z
				0915 (c/n 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
				0920 (c/n 5403) to civil registry as N66920, registration cancelled
					Feb 20, 2008 as "destroyed"
				0925 (c/n 5408) registered N140SP Feb 23, 1995 
				0929 (c/n 5412) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0489 Sep 26, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				0930 (c/n 5413) converted to UH-1V.  To AMARC as XA0645 May 24, 2000.
				0934 (c/n 5417) noted summer 2005 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK
				0935 (c/n 5418) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0413 May 19, 1995
				0939 (UH-1H, c/n 5422) to Peru National Police as PNP-328
				0944 (c/n 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 (c/n 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.  Subsequently to
					Colombian Army EJC-407.
				0953 (c/n 5436) withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap,
					Muir AAF, PA 5-24-2001.
				0955 (c/n 5438) to El Salvador AF as FAES 282
				0960 (c/n 5443) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0597 Jan 23, 1997
				0962 (c/n 5445) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0403 May 15, 1995
				0965 (c/n 5448) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0551 Oct 10, 1995
				0966 (c/n 5449) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0384 Mar 13, 1995.
				0970 (c/n 5453) now owned by Chapter 243 of Vietnam Veterans of
					America, Lee's Summit, Missouri.  Trailered to a variety of
					events.
				0971 (c/n 5454) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0405 May 15, 1995.
				0980 (c/n 5463) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0452 Aug 31, 1995.
				0982 (c/n 5465) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0480 Sep 25, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				0983 (c/n 5466) to civil registry as N1217A.  To Spain in 1997 as EC-GSO
				0992 (c/n 5575) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N149AC
				0999 (c/n 5482) registered N344WN Jan 1995
				1000 (c/n 5483) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0593 Oct 8, 1996
				1007 (c/n 5490) registred N142SP Feb 23, 1995
				1009 (c/n 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 (c/n 5493) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0522 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				1023 (c/n 5506) registered N2055V Feb 10, 2006
				1026 (c/n 5509) registered N6972Z Mar 24, 1995
				1038 (c/n 5521) crashed Jun 5, 1989.
				1039 (c/n 5522) mounted on post at VFW Post 540 in Dixon, IL
				1040 (c/n 5523) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as
					XC-BBJ.
				1042 (c/n 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
				1050 (c/n 5533) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0490 Sep 26, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				1052 (c/n 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 (c/n 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 (c/n 5541) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0585 Sep 9, 1996 
				1062 (c/n 5545) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N854M
				1065 (c/n 5548) registred N143SP Feb 23, 1995
				1068 (c/n 5551) converted to UH-1H.  w/o Apr 1993
				1073 (c/n 5556) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0586 Sep 10, 1996
				1075 (c/n 5558) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0417 May 22, 1995
				1078 (c/n 5561) at Vietnam Memorial, Big Spring, TX
				1080 (c/n 5563) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N760HP
				1086 (c/n 5569) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N9218Q
				1091 (c/n 5574) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0566 Oct 31, 1995
				1093 (c/n 5576) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0494 Sep 27, 1995.  Returned to service.  Registered N8053Y Jul 16, 2003.
				1096 (c/n 5579) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
				1097 (c/n 5580) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N15UH.
					Became EC-GOF.  Believed crashed Aug 4, 2000.
				1101 (c/n 5584) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N9289F
				1103 (c/n 5586) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N903HE
				1104 (c/n 5587) updated to UH-1H, then to V model medevac, then back to UH-1H.  
					To civil registry as N3053Q.
				1109 (c/n 5592) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0406 May 15, 1995.
				1116 (c/n 5599) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0347. Sep 29, 1988
				1120 (c/n 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 (c/n 5604, UH-1H) to Bosnian Federation Army as VF-1806
				1125 (c/n 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 (c/n 5610) registred N4212Y Mar 1, 1995 (N9110C had previously been reserved,
					but was not taken up)
				1136 (c/n 5619) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0387 Mar 20, 1995. Allocated civilian registration
					number of N40707 June 2001.
				1141 (c/n 5624) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0478 Sep 25, 1995.
					Registration N66NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006
				1147 (c/n 5630) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N127FC
				1148 (c/n 5631, UH-1H) became N6738B.  Became EC-297, then EC-GIZ.
				1156 (c/n 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.
				1161 (c/n 5644) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0500 Sep 28, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				1162 (c/n 5645) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N126AC May 25, 1995
				1165 (c/n 5648) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XS0390 Apr 10, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				1167 (c/n 5650) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica
					as XC-BBK
				1168 (c/n 5651) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
				1169 (c/n 5652) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N169KM.
					In 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				1170 (c/n 5653) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0410 May 17, 1995
				1174 (c/n 5657) on civil registry as N313CF.  Used in filming of the 2002
					Mel Gibson film "We Were Soldiers".
				1181 (c/n 5664) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0501 Sep 28, 1995.
					Registered N50518 Sep 8, 2005
				1182 (c/n 5665) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0556 Oct 16, 1995.  Registration
					N660TB reserved May 9, 2005, taken up Aug 8, 2005
				1204 (c/n 5687). Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
66-1211/1224		Bell UH-1F-BF Iroquois
				c/n 7107/7120.
				1211 (c/n 7107) converted to UH-1P.  To AMARC as HF0175 Nov 23, 1987.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
					Was N2412H, sold Jun 2004 to owner in Australia
				1212 (c/n 7108) tocivil registry as N490DF 
				1213 (c/n 7109) to civil registry as N491DF.  To AMARC as HF0208 Sep 27, 1996. 
				1215 (c/n 7111) became GUH-1F 
				1216 (c/n 7112, UH-1H) became N90413, then N22064
				1217 (c/n 7113, 14th SOW) crashed during test flight at Nha Trang, SVN.
				1219 (c/n 7115) converted to GUH-1F
				1220 (c/n 7116) to N204AC, later converted to UH-1P
				1222 (c/n 7118) to civil registry as N18LA
66-1225/1250		Bell TH-1F-BF Iroquois
				c/n 7301/7326.
				1227 (c/n 7303) to AMARC as HF0165 Oct 8, 1987.  Was N2412K,
					Sold June 2004 to owner in Australia
				1228 (c/n 7304) converted to UH-1P.  To AMARC as HF0151 Apr 9, 1987. Allocated civilian registration number
					of N40495 June 2001.  Now operates in Australia.
				1229 (c/n 7305) to AMARC as HF0167.  Registered Oct 3, 1994 to Blue Mountain
					Helicopters of Milton Freewater, OR as N4986B
				1231 (c/n 7307) to civil registry as N8123M
				1232 (c/n 7308) to civil registry as N8133A
				1233 (c/n 7309) to civil registry as N504AH.  Became VH-WTT.
					To Caloundra Helicopter Center P/L of Caloundra as VH-UHD
					Apr 21, 2008.
				1234 (c/n 7310) to AMARC as HF0170 Oct 19, 1987. Allocated civilian registration number
					of N4049G June 2001.  Now operates in Australia
				1235 (c/n 7311) to AMARC as HF0158 Sep 30, 1987.  Allocated civilian registration number
					of N2069W.  Now operates in Australia as VH-LIP
				1236 (c/n 7312) to AMARC as HF0159 Sep 30, 1987. Allocated civilian registration number
					of N40488 June 2001.  Now operates in Australia as VH-LIY.
				1237 (c/n 7313) to AMARC as HF0173 Oct 28, 1987.  Allocated civilian registration number
					of N2068W.  Now operates in Australia as VH-LIQ
				1238 (c/n 7314) noted at Goteborg, Sweden 25/5/03 registered N14MH and apparently 
					in airworthy condition
				1239 (c/n 7315) to civil registry as N38921
				1240 (c/n 7316). Became N1038G, which registration was cancelled by FAA 
					Jul 10, 2003 as 'destroyed'
				1241 (c/n 7317) converted to UH-1P
				1244 (c/n 7320) to AMARC as HF0171 Oct 22, 1987. Allocated civilian registration number
					of N4049Q June 2001.  Now operates in Australia
				1245 (c/n 7321) converted to UH-1P
				1246 (c/n 7322) to civil registry as N224MS
				1247 (c/n 7323) to civil registry as N8133D
				1248 (c/n 7324) to civil registry as N67163
				1249 (c/n 7325) converted to UH-1P.  To civil registry as N8123H
				1250 (c/n 7326) to civil registry as N55781
66-1251/2503		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
66-2504/2612		Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman missiles
66-2613/2664		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
66-2665/2854		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
66-2855/4254		Hughes AIM-4B Falcon missiles
66-4255/4272		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missles
66-4273/4298		Bell TH-13T-BF Sioux
				c/n 3514/3539
66-4299			Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				c/n 4158.  To US Coast Guard as 1414
66-4300/4309		Beechcraft T-42A Cochise
				c/n TF.56/65.  Conversion training version of Baron B55.
				4300 (c/n TF.56) to civil registry as N820M
				4301 (c/n TF.57) to civil registry as N5150M
				4302 (c/n TF.58) to civil registry as N301S
				4303 (c/n TF.59) to civil registry as N647TM
				4305 (c/n TF.61) to civil registry as N9110Y
				4307 (c/n TF.63) to civil registry as N54339
				4309 (c/n TF.65) to civil registry as N522SP
66-4310/4313		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				C/N 4283/4284,4294/4295.  MAP for Iran as 5-109/5-112
66-4314/4319		Martin LGM-25C Titan II missiles
				4314 (B-103) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				4315 (B-104) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				4316 (B-105) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-4
				4317 (B-106) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-6
				4318 (B-107) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-9
				4319 (B-108) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-10
66-4320/4389		Northrop T-38A-65-NO Talon
				c/n N.5895/5904,5906/5916,5918/5929,5978/5983,
					5990/5999, T.600/6020.
				4323 (80th TFW, 90th FTS) collided with 64-13290 Aug 24, 2001 50 mi w of
					Wichita Falls during formation training sortie.  Sole occupant of
					one plane killed, the two occupants of the other ejected safely.
				4327 (c/n N.5902) converted from T-38A to T-38C.
				4352 w/o May 31, 1995.
				4358 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
				4383 to AMARC as TF0318 Feb 22, 1996.
				4388 to AMARC as TF0313 Dec 19, 1995.
66-4390/4432		Lockheed Agena
66-4433/4453		Douglas SLV-2D Thor missiles
				4433 (vehicle number 506) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 9, 1966.  Success
				4434 (vehicle number 507) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 8, 1966.  Success
				4435 (vehicle number 508) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 9, 1967.  Success
				4436 (vehicle number 509) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 16, 1967.  Success
				4437 (vehicle number 510) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 7, 1967.  Success
				4438 (vehicle number 511) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 1, 1968.  Success
				4439 (vehicle number 512) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 15, 1967.  Success
				4440 (vehicle number 513) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 2, 1967.  Success.
				4441 (vehicle number 514) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 9, 1967.  Success
				4442 (vehicle number 515) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 3, 1968.  Success
				4443 (vehicle number 516) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jan 24, 1968.  Success
				4444 (vehicle number 517) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 20, 1968.  Success
				4445 (vehicle number 518) used as first stage of Thor Delta D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Mar 14, 1968.
				4446 (vehicle number 519) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 5, 1969
				4447 (vehicle number 520) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch NIMBUS B from
					Vandenberg AFB May 18, 1968.  Failed.
				4448 (vehicle number 521) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					satellite from Vandenberg AFB Oct 5, 1968
				4449 (vehicle number 522) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 7, 1968.  Success
				4450 (vehicle number 523) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					satellite Jul 31, 1969.  
				4451 (vehicle number 524) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 18, 1968.  Success
				4452 (vehicle number 525) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch US Navy satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 30, 1969.  Success
				4453 (vehicle number 526) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch OGO 6 satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 5, 1969.  Success
66-4454			Douglas SLV-2A Thor
				4454 (vehicle number 527) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 12, 1968.
66-4455/7454		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup misslies
66-7455/7504		McDonnell F-4D-29-MC Phantom
				7456 (c/n 1958) to AMARC as FP0552 Jul 24, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 1, 1999
				7457 (c/n 1959) to AMARC as FP0749 Apr 4, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 17 1998
				7459 (c/n 1962) to AMARC as FP0456 Mar 5, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Mar 25, 1998
				7460 (c/n 1963) to AMARC as FP0412 Jan 8, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Mar 25, 1998
				7461 to AMARC as FP0082 May 29, 1987
				7463 had 6 confirmed MiG kills during SE Asia war.  Now on display at USAF Academy.
				7464 (c/n 1968) to AMARC as FP0457 Mar 9, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7465 crashed in sea off Florida Jun 28, 1978.
				7466 (c/n 1971) to AMARC as FP0391 Nov 24, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7467 (c/n 1972) to AMARC as FP0299 Sep 6, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7468 on display at Springfield, IL.
				7469 (c/n 1975) to AMARC as Fp0555 Jul 26, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Mar 25, 1998
				7470 (c/n 1976) to AMARC as FP0289 Jul 27, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7471 (c/n 1977) to AMARC as FP0478 Apr 4, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7472 (c/n 1979) to AMARC as FP0537 Jul 10, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				7473 w/o Feb 11, 1971, Vietnam
				7474 w/o Jan 29, 1969, Vietnam
				7475 (c/n 1982) to AMARC as FP0339 Oct 12, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7477 (c/n 1985) to AMARC as FP0121 May 4, 1988.  To National Jan 2, 1997
				7478 (c/n 1986) to AMARC as FP0459 Mar 12, 1990. Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008.  In 2008 was on display at ND ANG base, Fargo, ND
				7479 to South Korea
				7480 crashed at RAF Lakenheath Aug 24, 1976.
				7483 (c/n 1993) converted to NF-4D.  Now registered as N430FS.  Registration
					cancelled Sep 1, 2004.
				7484 (c/n 1994) to AMARC as FP0462 Mar 19, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				7485 (c/n 1995) to AMARC as FP0569 Oct 3, 1990.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7486 (c/n 1997) to AMARC as FP0440 Jan 29, 1990.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target May 5, 1999
				7487 (c/n 1998) to AMARC as FP0516 Jun 13, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 3, 1998
				7488 (c/n 1999) to AMARC as FP0262 Jun 13, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 14, 1999
				7489 (c/n 2000) to AMARC as FP0535 Jul 9, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7490 (c/n 2001) to AMARC as FP0534 Jul 9, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7491 (c/n 2002) to AMARC as FP0503 May 16, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Mar 25, 1998
				7496 (c/n 2009) to AMARC as FP0546 Jul 16, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7497 (c/n 2010) to AMARC as FP0562 Sep 25, 1990.  To US Army, Laquey, MO Aug 28, 2000
				7498 (c/n 2011) to AMARC as FP0406 Jan 4, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7500 converted to GF-4D
				7501 w/o Nov 21, 1972, Vietnam
				7502 (c/n 2017) to AMARC as FP0350 Oct 17, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7503 (366th TFW) destroyed on ground at DaNang, SVN by crashing EC-121M BuNo 145927 Mar 16, 1970.
				7504 converted to GF-4D
66-7505/7650		McDonnell F-4D-30-MC Phantom
				7505 (c/n 2021) registered as N427FS, to AMARC as FP0180 Dec 9, 2003, registration cancelled Sep 1, 2004
				7506 (c/n 2024) to AMARC as FP0267 Jun 26, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7507 to Korea in 1987/88
				7508 w/o Mar 14, 1968, Vietnam
				7509 (c/n 2028) to AMARC as FP0422 Nov 1, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7511 (c/n 2030) to AMARC as FP0187 Jan 3, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 30, 1998
				7512 (c/n 2031) to AMARC as FP0394 Nov 30, 1989.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target May 5, 1999
				7513 w/o Oct 27, 1967, Vietnam
				7515 (c/n 2036) to AMARC as FP0211 Jan 27, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28 1998
				7517 w/o Aug 3, 1967, Vietnam
				7518 converted to GF-4D.  On display at Tinker AFB, OK.
				7519 (c/n 2041) to AMARC as FP0366 Oct 27, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 7, 1998
				7520 (c/n 2043) to AMARC as FP0148 Aug 5, 1988.  To National Feb 20, 1997
				7523 shot down over NVN Nov 25, 1968.  Both crew ejected and 
					listed as POW but they never showed up when prisoners
					were freed in 1973.
				7524 (c/n 2048) to AMARC as FP0416 Jan 10, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7526 lost to AAA over eastern Laos Feb 18, 1970.  WSO
					ejected and was recovered but pilot Thomas E. Gillen MIA.  Crash site
					may have been located.
				7527 (c/n 2053) to AMARC as FP0245 Apr 14, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7528 w/o Feb 29, 1968, Vietnam
				7529 (c/n 2056) to AMARC as FP0259 May 15, 1989.  To US Army, Laquey, Mo Aug 28, 2000
				7530 w/o Sep 11, 1969, Vietnam
				7531 (c/n 2058) to AMARC as FP0312 Sep 26, 1989.  To US Army, Laquey, MO Jun 21, 2000
				7536 (c/n 2065) to AMARC as FP0256 May 9, 1989.  To US Army, Laquey, MO Aug 28, 2000
				7537 (c/n 2067) to AMARC as FP0198 Jan 10, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7538 (c/n 2068) to AMARC as FP0207 Jan 18, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7539 (c/n 2070) to AMARC as FP0344 Oct 13, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 30, 1998
				7541 w/o Apr 24, 1968, Vietnam
				7544 (c/n 2076) to AMARC as FP0317 Oct 3, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998
				7545 (c/n 2079) to AMARC as FP0348 Oct 16, 1989.  To US Army, Laquey, MO Jun 21, 2000
				7547 (c/n 2081) to AMARC as FP0404 Jan 3, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7548 (c/n 2083) to AMARC as FP0163 Oct 5, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 30, 1998.
					Report that it had gone to South Korean AF, presumably returned.
				7549 (c/n 2084) to AMARC as FP0373 Nov 1, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7550 (c/n 2085) was on display in front of VFW in Enon, Ohio.  Seen 2007 at Aviation Heritage Park, Bowling Green,
					Warren County RAP, KY. Shot down MiG-21 Apr 16, 1972, flown by Maj. Dan Cherry
					and Capt. Jeff Feinstein of 13th TFS, has one red star on fuselage.
				7551 (c/n 2086) to AMARC as FP0287 Jul 25, 1989.  To Holloman AFB for target Sep 11, 1997
				7552 (c/n 2089) to AMARC as FP0249 Apr 26, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 997
				7553 (c/n 2090) to AMARC as FP0470 Apr 2, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				7554 was on display on pole outside of Aeronautical Systems Center at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
					By 2007 had been moved to Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA.
				7555 to Korea in 1987/88
				7556 (c/n 2093) to AMARC as FP0311 Sep 26, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7558 (c/n 2098) to AMARC as FP0273 Jul 11, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 11, 1997
				7560 (c/n 2101) to AMARC as FP0155 Oct 3, 1988.  To US Army, Laquey, MO Jun 21, 2000.
				7561 (c/n 2102) to AMARC as FP0224 Mar 13, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7563 (c/n 2106) to AMARC as FP0274 Jul 11, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				7564 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Oct 3, 1967.
				7565 w/o Aug 17, 1968, Vietnam
				7566 (c/n 2110) to AMARC as FP0408 Jan 5, 1990.  To National Jun 16, 1997.
				7567 ditched in Cam Ranh bay 4 mi S of runway Nov 17, 1969.  Crew was rescued by
					HH-43B
				7570 (c/n 2116) to AMARC as FP0167 Oct 20, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998
				7572 crashed Joellenbeck, Germany Oct 7, 1974.
				7574 w/o Jun 14, 1969, Vietnam
				7575 (c/n 2122) to AMARC as FP0220 Feb 27, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998
				7576 w/o Jul 30, 1972, Vietnam
				7577 to Korea in 1987/88 
				7578 (c/n 2127) to AMARC as FP0161 Oct 3, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7579 (c/n 2128) to AMARC as FP0263 Jun 13, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7581 shot down by unidentified fighter Jan 18, 1968.
				7582 (c/n 2133) to AMARC as FP0265 Jun 15, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7583 (c/n 2134) to AMARC as FP0290 Aug 8, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 30, 1998
				7585 crashed Incirlik, Turkey Nov 17, 1968.
				7586 w/o Feb 15, 1968, Vietnam
				7587 (c/n 2139) to AMARC as FP0303 Sep 7, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7588 (c/n 2141) to AMARC as FP0430 Jan 18, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				7589 (c/n 2143) to AMARC as FP0291 Aug 8, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7590 w/o Dec 30, 1969, Vietnam
				7591 (c/n 2146) to AMARC as FP0156 Oct 3, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7593 (c/n 2148) to AMARC as FP0221 Feb 27, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998
				7595 (c/n 2150) to AMARC as FP0472 Apr 2, 1990.  To US Army, Laquey, MO Aug 28, 2000
				7596 (c/n 2153) to AMARC as FP0264 Jun 13, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7597 shot down by unidentified fighter Jul 30, 1972.
				7598 w/o Apr 17, 1970, Vietnam
				7601 w/o Feb 16, 1972, Vietnam
				7603 w/o Jul 15, 1969, Vietnam
				7604 (c/n 2164) to AMARC as FP0353 Oct 19, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7605 (c/n 2165) to AMARC as FP0374 Nov 2, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7606 crashed in Taiwan Straits Aug 14, 1973.
				7607 (c/n 2168) to AMARC as FP0398 Jan 2, 1990.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7608 to Korea in 1987/88
				7609 (c/n 2170) to AMARC as FP0246 Apr 18,1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998 
				7610 (c/n 2173) to AMARC as FP0143 Jul 26, 1988.  To National Feb 4, 1997.
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				7612 shot down by unidentified fighter May 18, 1972.
				7613 w/o May 3, 1970, Vietnam
				7616 w/o Apr 25, 1971, Vietnam
				7614 (c/n 2178) to AMARC as FP0400 Jan 2, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7615 (c/n 2179) to AMARC as FP0209 Jan 23, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 7, 1998 
				7618 to Korea in 1987/88
				7619 (c/n 2185) to AMARC as FP0142 Jul 22, 1988.  To National Feb 4, 1997
				7620 w/o Mar 4, 1981.
				7623 (c/n 2190) to AMARC as FP0401 Jan 2, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7625 (c/n 2194) to AMARC as FP0327 Oct 6, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7626 on display on pole outside of Aeronautical Systems Center at Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
				7629 (c/n 2199) to AMARC as FP0154 Oct 3, 1988.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target May 5, 1999
				7630 w/o May 16, 1968, Vietnam
				7631 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Dec 16, 1967.
				7633 (c/n 2205) to AMARC as FP0127 Jun 1, 1988.  To National Jan 2, 1997
				7634 (c/n 2206) to AMARC as FP0375 Nov 2, 1989.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target May 5, 1999	
				7635 (c/n 2208) modified as EF-4D Wild Weasel flak suppression
					aircraft.  To AMARC as FP0481 Apr 5, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 14, 1999
				7636 shot down by unidentified fighter Jun 24, 1972.
				7639 w/o Apr 23, 1970, Vietnam
				7640 (c/n 2215) to AMARC as FP0413 Jan 8, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7641 (c/n 2216) to AMARC as FP0218 Feb 22, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 29, 1998
				7642 (c/n 2218) to AMARC as FP0255 May 9, 1989.  To Holloman AFB for target Jan 12, 1998
				7644 (c/n 2221) to AMARC as FP0160 Oct 3, 1988.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target May 4, 1999
				7645 (c/n 2223) to AMARC as FP0144 Jul 27, 1988.  To National Feb 4, 197.  
					Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				7646 w/o Nov 28, 1968, Vietnam
				7647 (c/n 2226) modified as EF-4D Wild Weasel flak suppression
					aircraft.  To AMARC as FP0549 Jul 18, 1990.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target May 4, 1999
				7648 (c/n 2228) to AMARC as FP0323 Oct 5, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 19, 1998
				7649 (c/n 2229) to AMARC as FP0343 Oct 13, 1989
				7650 (c/n 2230) to AMARC as FP0169 Oct 31, 1988.  To National Jun 16, 1997
66-7651/7774		McDonnell F-4D-31-MC Phantom
				7652 (c/n 2235) to AMARC as FP0275 Jul 11, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 12, 1998
				7656 (c/n 2240) to AMARC as FP0159 Oct 3, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7657 crashed at Rheinfeld, Germany Apr 4, 1978
				7658 (c/n 2242) to AMARC as FP0431 Jan 18, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7659 (c/n 2243) to AMARC as FP0196 Jan 9, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7660 (c/n 2246) to AMARC as FP0356 Oct 20, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7661 (c/n 2247) preserved at Andrews AFB.
				7662 (c/n 2248) to AMARC as FP0477 Apr 3,1990.  To Avon Park, FL for target Jan 1, 1999
				7663 (c/n 2252) to AMARC as FP0361 Oct 24, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 7, 1998
				7664 (c/n 2253) to AMARC as FP0418 Jan 10, 1990. To Avon Park, FL for target Jan 1, 1999
				7667 (c/n 2258) to AMARC as FP0399 Jan 2, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7668 (c/n 2259) to AMARC as FP0266 Jun 13, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7669 (c/n 2260) to AMARC as FP0257 May 10, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7673 to Korea in 1987/88 
				7674 (c/n 2268) to AMARC as FP0145 Aug 2, 1988.  To National Feb 13, 1997
				7676 (c/n 2271) to AMARC as FP0149 Aug 5, 1988.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7677 (c/n 2272) to AMARC as FP0238 Apr 6, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7679 (c/n 2276) to AMARC as FP0281 Jul 19, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7681 (c/n 2278) to AMARC as FP0162 Oct 3, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7682 w/o Jul 24, 1968, Vietnam
				7683 (c/n 2283) to AMARC as FP0372 Nov 1, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7684 (c/n 2286) to AMARC as FP0254 May 5, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7685 (c/n 2288) to AMARC as FP0336 Oct 12, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7687 (c/n 2290) to AMARC as FP0225 Mar 14, 1989.  To National Jun 17, 1997
				7688 (c/n 2291) to AMARC as FP0432 Jan 18, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7690 to Korea in 1987/88 
				7692 (c/n 2298) to AMARC as FP0279 Jul 18, 1989.  To Davis Monthan NBC training area Feb 4, 1997
				7694 (c/n 2301) to AMARC as FP0474 Apr 3, 1990.  To Avon Park, FL for target Jan 1, 1999
				7696 (c/n 2303) to AMARC as FP0352 Oct 19, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 12, 1998
				7697 w/o Jul 12, 1969, Vietnam
				7698 (c/n 2307) to AMARC as FP0271 Jul 6, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7699 (c/n 2308) to AMARC as FP0347 Oct 16, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997.
					 Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				7701 (c/n 2312) to AMARC as FP0146 Aug 2, 1988.  To National Feb 13, 1997.
				7702 (c/n 2313) to AMARC as FP0405 Jan 3, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7704 (c/n 2316) to AMARC as FP0153 Sep 22, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 29, 1998
				7705 (c/n 2318) to AMARC as FP0345 Oct 13, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7706 (c/n 2319) to AMARC as FP0326 Oct 6, 1989.  To National Jun 16, 1997
				7708 (c/n 2321) to AMARC as FP0424 Jan 11, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7710 (c/n 2325) to AMARC as FP0237 Apr 5, 1989.  To Avon Park, FL for target Aug 26, 1998
				7711 (c/n 2327) to AMARC as FP0420 Jan 11, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7712 (c/n 2328) to AMARC as FP0402 Jan 3, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7713 crashed near Hahn AB, Germany May 1974.
				7714 (c/n 2331) to AMARC as FP0105 Apr 22, 1988.  To National Jan 2, 1997.
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				7716 (c/n 2337) to AMARC as FP0647 Apr 4, 1991.  Now on display on grounds of Twenty Mule Team Museum,
					Boron, CA.
				7718 (c/n 2339) to AMARC as FP0331 Oct 10, 1989.  To Davis Monthan AFB NBC training area Feb 4, 1997.
				7719 w/o Mar 11, 1968, Vietnam
				7720 (c/n 2343) to AMARC as FP0103 Apr 22, 1988.  To National Jan 2, 1997.
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				7721 (c/n 2345) to AMARC as FP0455 Mar 5, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7722 (c/n 2346) to AMARC as FP0421 Jan 11, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7723 (c/n 2347) to AMARC as FP0241 Apr 11, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998
				7725 (c/n 2350) to AMARC as FP0324 Oct 5, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 7, 1998
				7726 (c/n 2351) to AMARC as FP0367 Oct 27, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 18, 1998
				7728 (c/n 2355) to AMARC as FP0157 Oct 3, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises May 12, 1997
				7729 (c/n 2356) to AMARC as FP0215 Feb 6, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 21, 1998
				7730 (c/n 2358) to AMARC as FP0370 Nov 1, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Aug 7, 1998
				7731 (c/n 2360) to AMARC as FP0269 Jun 29, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 30, 1998
				7732 to Korea
				7733 (c/n 2362) to AMARC as FP0325 Oct 5, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises Jul 28, 1998
				7737 to Korea in 1987/88
				7738 (c/n 2369) to AMARC as FP0283 Jul 20, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM as target Sep 11, 1997
				7739 (c/n 2371) to AMARC as FP0318 Oct 3, 1989. 
				7741 (c/n 2376) to AMARC as FP0270 Jul 6, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7742 (c/n 2377) to AMARC as FP0197 Jan 9, 1989
				7743 crashed at Kadena AB, Okinawa Nov 1, 1977.
				7744 crashed on takeoff Davis Monthan AFB Dec 19, 1967
				7745 (c/n 2381) noted Mar 2006 at Dannelly Field ANG Collection, Montgomery, AL
				7746 on display at Mid-America Air Museu, Liberal, KS
				7747 to Korea in 1987/88 
				7748 crashed Nov 5, 1969 i Khammouane Province, Laos.  Crew MIA.
				7749 (c/n 2388) to AMARC as FP0242 Apr 11, 1989
				7750 to Korea in 1987/88
				7751 (c/n 2392) to AMARC as FP0193 Jan 9, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7752 w/o Nov 26, 1971, Vietnam
				7753 to Korea in 1987/88
				7754 (c/n 2396) to AMARC as FP0098 Apr 5, 1988.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7755 (c/n 2398) to AMARC as FP0349 Oct 17, 1989
				7756 w/o Jul 5, 1968, Vietnam
				7758 to Korea in 1987/88
				7759 (c/n 2402) to AMARC as FP0473 Apr 2, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7760 (c/n 2406) to AMARC as FP0199 Jan 10, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7761 (c/n 2407) noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				7762 to Korea in 1987/88
				7765 (c/n 2412) to AMARC as FP0355 Oct 20, 1989.
				7766 (c/n 2413) to AMARC as FP0147 Aug 2, 1988.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7767 (c/n 2416) to AMARC as FP0288 Jul 25, 1989
				7768 (c/n 2418) to AMARC as FP0476 Apr 3, 1990.
				7771 (c/n 2423) to AMARC as FP0201 Jan 12, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7772 (c/n 2425) to AMARC as FP0268 Jun 26, 1989
				7773 (c/n 2428) to AMARC as FP0337 Oct 12, 1989.
				7774 shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Dec 17, 1967.
66-7775/7942		Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
				7786 to US Border Patrol as N28JK
				7804 on display at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
				7865 (c/n 0179). Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS
				7900 to Taiwan as 901
				7924 to Taiwan as 902
				7939 to Nicaragua
66-7943			Beech VC-6A King Air
				c/n LJ.91.  Currently on display at WPAFB Museum, but
					the museum's web page has the C/n as LJ.320.  Landings
					database has LJ.91 being Beech 65-90 N825K
66-7944/7959		Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter 
				c/n 300-6236/6251.  All converted to C-141B.
				7944 (c/n 300-6236) to AMARC as CR0216 Sep 14, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7945 (c/n 300-6237) to AMARC as CR0024 Apr 18, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7946 (c/n 300-6238) to AMARC as CR0072 Jul 20, 1999.
				7947 (c/n 300-6239) on display at McGuire AFB, NJ
				7948 (c/n 300-6940) to AMARC as CR0162 May 29, 2002
				7949 (c/n 300-6941) to AMARC as CR0070 Apr 28, 1999.  Scrapped at AMARC Sep 16, 2003
				7950 (c/n 300-6942) converted to C-141C.  TO AMARC as CR0228 May 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7951 (c/n 300-6243) to AMARC as CR0078 Nov 5, 1999.
				7952 (c/n 300-6244) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0186 Oct 6, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7953 (c/n 300-6245) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0230 Jun 16, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7954 (c/n 300-6246) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0221 Mar 18, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7955 (c/n 300-6247) to AMARC as CR0217 Sep 15, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7956 (c/n 300-6248) to AMARC as CR0149 Jan 16, 2002
				7957 (c/n 300-6249) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0213 Jul 20, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7958 (c/n 300-6250) to AMARC as CR0051 Mar 31, 1998.  Scrapped at AMARC Aug 28, 2003
				7959 (c/n 300-6251) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0229 Jun 2, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
66-7960/8006		Cessna T-37B
				All were funded by West German government and used by 80th FTW at Sheppard AFB to
					train West German AF pilots.
				7960 (c/n 40920)
				7961 (c/n 40921)
				7962 (c/n 40922)
				7963 (c/n 40923)
				7964 (c/n 40924)
				7965 (c/n 40925)
				7966 (c/n 40926)
				7967 (c/n 40927)
				7968 (c/n 40928)
				7969 (c/n 40929)
				7970 (c/n 40930)
				7971 (c/n 40931)
				7972 (c/n 40932)
				7973 (c/n 40933)
				7974 (c/n 40934)
				7975 (c/n 40935)
				7976 (c/n 40936)
				7977 (c/n 40937)
				7978 (c/n 40938) to AMARC as TE0189 Sep 19, 2003
				7979 (c/n 40939, 82nd FTW, 96th FTS) crashed 27 NM E of William AFB 
					Nov 20, 1981.  Solo student pilot killed.
				7980 (c/n 40940)
				7981 (c/n 40941) loaned to Greek AF
				7982 (c/n 40942) sold to Greek AF.  To AMARC as TE0331
				7983 (c/n 40943)
				7984 (c/n 40944) loaned to Greek AF as 67984
				7985 (c/n 40945)
				7986 (c/n 40946)
				7987 (c/n 40947)
				7988 (c/n 40948) to AMARC as TE0154 Mar 12, 2003
				7989 (c/n 40949)
				7990 (c/n 40950)
				7991 (c/n 40951)
				7992 (c/n 40952)
				7993 (c/n 40953)
				7994 (c/n 40954)
				7995 (c/n 40955)
				7996 (c/n 40956) to AMARC as TE0152 Mar 10, 2003
				7997 (c/n 40957) to Brazilian AF as 0870.  To Korean AF Oct 20, 1981
				7998 (c/n 40958) to AMARC as TE0319 Jun 27, 2006
				7999 (c/n 40959) to AMARC as TE0297 Feb 10, 2006
				8000 (c/n 40960) to AMARC as TE0153 Mar 12, 2003
				8001 (c/n 40966) to AMARC as TE0211 May 21, 2004
				8002 (c/n 40978)
				8003 (c/n 40979) involved in midair collision with Air Tractor N8526M SE of Fredrick, Oklahoma 
					Jan 8 (or 18), 2005.  Both crew ejected safely, pilot of Air Tractor killed.
				8004 (c/n 40980)
				8005 (c/n 40981)
				8006 (c/n 40982)
66-8007/8032		Cessna T-41A Mescalero
				8007 to Peru as FAP 422
				8008 to Peru as FAP 423
				8009 to Peru as FAP 424.  Renumbered FAP 925.
				8010 to Peru as FAP 425.  Renumbered FAP 926
				8011 to Peru as FAP 426.  Renumbered FAP 927
				8012 to Peru as FAP 427.  Renumbered FAP 928
				8013 to Peru as FAP 428.  Renumbered FAP 929
				8014 to Peru as FAP 429.  Renumbered FAP 930
				8015 to Peru as FAP 430.  Renumbered FAP 931
				8016 to Peru as FAP 431.  Renumbered FAP 932
				8017 to Peru as FAP 432.  Renumbered FAP 933
				8018 to Peru as FAP 433.  Renumbered FAP 934
				8019 to Peru as FAP 434.  
				8020 to Peru as FAP 435.  Renumbered FAP 935
				8021 to Peru as FAP 436.  Renumbered FAP 936
				8022 to Peru as FAP 437.  Renumbered FAP 937
				8023 to Peru as FAP 438.  Renumbered FAP 938
				8024 to Peru as FAP 439.  Renumbered FAP 939
				8025 to Peru as FAP 440.  Renumbered FAP 940
				8026 to Peru as FAP 441.  
				8027 to Peru as FAP 442. 
				8028 to Peru as FAP 443. 
				8029 to Peru as FAP 444.  
				8030 to Peru as FAP 445. 
				8031 to Peru as FAP 446.  Renumbered FAP 968
				8032 to Peru as FAP 447.
66-8033/8038		Cessna U-17A
				8033 c/n 185-01020.  To Uruguay
				8034 c/n 185-01022.  To Uruguay
				8035 c/n 185-01026.  To Uruguay
				8036 c/n 185-00999.  To Bolivia
				8037 c/n 185-01000.  
				8038 c/n 185-01004
66-8039			Hiller H-23F Raven
66-8040/8130		Bell TH-13T-BF Sioux
				C/n 3540/3630
				8055 (c/n 3555) to civil registry as N31406, then to Australia as VH-OON.  Now VH-MNZ.
				8058 (c/n 3558) became N65282, later N91018
				8062 (c/n 3562) on civil registy as N49HB
				8075 (c/n 3575) became N51SP, then D-HEBA.
				8081 (c/n 3581) became N53993, then N321JP, then N301JP.
					Registered Apr 21, 2008 to AMT Helicopters P/L of Caboolture
					as VH-AKN
66-8131/8154		Martin LGM-25C Titan III missiles
66-8155/8254		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
66-8255/8302		Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman missiles
66-8303/8307		Lockheed C-5A Galaxy
				c/n 500-0001/0005
				8303 (c/n 500-0001) w/o Oct 17, 1970 in ground fire at Dobbins AFB, GA
				8304 to AMARC May 11, 2004 as CM0005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8305 to AMARC Feb 15, 2005 as CM0011.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8306 to AMARC Feb 18, 2004 as CM0003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					Parts of this plane are now being used as a cargo load trainer
					at Lackland AFB, TX.
				8307 to AMARC Jan 20, 2004 as CM0002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
66-8308/8348		Ryan MQM-34D Firebee drones
66-8349/8404		Northrop T-38A-65-NO Talon
				c/n N.5905, 5966/5974,5917,5930/5965,5975/5977,
					5984/5989
				8354 as NASA 922.  Crashed 10/5/67, killing
						C. Cliff Williams.
				8355 to NASA as N923NA
				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 as NASA 901, N5951.
				8382 to NASA as N916NA
				8383 to NASA as N917NA
				8384 to NASA as N918NA
				8385 to NASA as N919NA
				8386 to NASA as N920NS
				8387 to NASA as N921NS
				8391 to NASA as N901NA, sold as N5951
				8402 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
				8403 converted to T-38C
				8404 to AMARC as TF-308 Dec 8, 1995.
66-8405/8515		Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter
				cancelled contract
66-8516/8530		Northrop F-5B Freedom Fighter
				cancelled contract
66-8531/8549		Cessna U-17A
				sold to Philippines
				8531 c/n 185-01028 to Philippines
				8532 c/n 185-01030 to Philippines
				8533 c/n 185-01032 to Philippines
				8534 c/n 185-01036 to Philippines
				8535 c/n 185-01038 to Philippines
				8536 c/n 185-01040 to Philippines
				8537 c/n 185-01042 to Iran
				8538 c/n 185-01044 to Iran
				8539 c/n 185-01046 to Iran
				8540 c/n 185-01048 to Iran
				8541 c/n 185-01049 to Iran
				8542 c/n 185-01051 to Iran
				8543 c/n 185-01053 to Philippines
				8544 c/n 185-01054 to Philippines
				8545 c/n 185-01056 to Philippines
				8546 c/n 185-01058 to Philippines
				8547 c/n 185-01063 to Philippines
				8548 c/n 185-01064 to Philippines
				8549 c/n 185-01066 to Philippines	 		
66-8550/8573		Lockheed C-130K-LM Hercules
				C/N 4223/4224,4226/4228,4230/4233,4235/4238,4240/4247,4251/4253
				Sold to RAF as Hercules C.1 XV200/XV223
				XV200 (66-8550) modified for special forces support duties.
				XV201 (66-8551) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
					SOC Mar 29, 1996.  Stored at Marshalls, Cambridge, England Mar 
					1996, intended for transfer to Sri Lankan AF as CR-882.
					Repair/conversion costs proved prohibitive and broken up
					for spares recovery.
				XV202 (66-8552) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
				XV203 (66-8553) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
					To Sri Lankan AF as CR-880 Sep 6, 2000.
				XV204 (66-8554) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
					Allocated for spares use 1996
				XV205 (66-8555) modified for special forces support duties.  Lost Aug 27, 2007.
				XV206 (66-8556) modified for special forces support duties.  Burned
					out at Lashkar Gar airstrip in Afghanistan May 24, 2006
					when tire burst on landing and debris entered no. 1 engine
					which caught fire.  All occupants escaped safely. Photographic
					evidence suggests that loss may have been due to running over a
					landmine during landing run.
				XV207 (66-8557) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
					Returned to Lockheed Nov 26, 2000.
				XV208 (66-8558) converted to Hercules W.2 for weather research.
					Retired Ma4 29, 2001 and stored until Apr 27, 2005 when moved
					by Marshalls at Cambridge for conversion to testbed for
					TP400-D6 Engine for use in A400M transport.
				XV209 (66-8559) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and
					later to C.3A for special forces support duties.
				XV210 (66-8560) returned to Lockheed Dec 10, 2000.
				XV211 (66-8561) returned to Lockheed Jun 10, 2001
				XV212 (66-8562) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
				XV213 (66-8563) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
					To Sri Lankan AF as CR-881 Aug 1, 1999.  Refueling gear removed before
					going to Sri Lankan AF
				XV214 (66-8564) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later
					to C.3A for special forces support duties.
				XV215 (66-8565) returned to Lockheed Nov 12, 2000.  To Mexican AF
					as 10615
				XV216 (66-8566) crashed 11/09/71 off Pisa, Italy during night exercise
				XV217 (66-8567) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
				XV218 (66-8568) returned to Lockheed Dec 10, 2001.
				XV219 (66-8569) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
					Returned to Lockheed Nov 26, 2000
				XV220 (66-8570) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
				XV221 (66-8571) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
				XV222 (66-8572) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
					Returned to Lockheed Nov 4, 2001.  To Mexican AF as FAM 3616
				XV223 (66-8573) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
					Returned to Lockheed Nov 12, 2000.  to Mexican AF as 10617.
66-8574/8577		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 9339/9342.
				8574,8576,8577 converted to UH-1H
				8574 sold to Iran
66-8578/8684		Hughes AIM-4 Falcon missiles
66-8685/8698		McDonnell F-4D-31-MC Phantom
				8685 w/o Mar 28, 1969, Vietnam
				8688 w/o Sep 1, 1968, Vietnam
				8691 w/o Feb 25, 1971, Vietnam
				8692 w/o Sep 19, 1968, Vietnam
				8693 (c/n 2442) to AMARC as FP0158 Oct 3, 1988.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8694 w/o Aug 24, 1968, Vietnam
				8695 w/o May 19, 1968, Vietnam
				8696 w/o Mar 19, 1970
				8698 (c/n 2449) to AMARC as FP0448 Feg 21, 1990
66-8699/8786		McDonnell F-4D-32-MC Phantom
				8699 (c/n 2451) to AMARC as FP0608 Feb 8, 1991.
				8700 (c/n 2455) to AMARC as FP0226 Mar 14, 1989.
				8701 to Korea in 1987/88 
				8704 w/o Jan 10, 1968, Vietnam
				8705 (c/n 2467) to AMARC as FP0276 July 11, 1989.
				8706 w/o Jan 16, 1968, Vietnam
				8709 (c/n 2478) to AMARC as FP0164 Oct 6, 1988
				8710 (c/n 2481) to AMARC as FP0222 Mar 3, 1989
				8711 seen in 2006 on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, UT
				8712 w/o Sep 10, 1971, Vietnam
				8714 on display at NAS Fort Worth, TX.
				8715 (c/n 2493) to AMARC as FP0277 Jul 12, 1989
				8717 w/o Feb 22, 1969, Vietnam
				8718 w/o Nov 12, 1969, Vietnam
				8719 (c/n 2501) to AMARC as FP0185 Jan 3, 1989.
				8720 shot down Jan 18, 1968 by unidentified fighter.
				8722 (c/n 2509) to AMARC as FP0229 Mar 21, 1989
				8723 (c/n 2512) to AMARC as FP0354 Oct 19, 1989
				8724 w/o Jun 23, 1968, Vietnam
				8725 w/o Feb 23, 1968, Vietnam
				8726 shot down by AAA while on a forward air control mission
					May 23, 1972.  Crew ejected and became POW.
				8727 (c/n 2522) to AMARC as FP0192 Jan 6, 1989
				8728 (c/n 2525) to AMARC as FP0272 Jul 6, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8729 w/o Jan 9, 1968, Vietnam
				8732 (c/n 2535) to AMARC as FP0223 Mar 9, 1989
				8733 (c/n 2537) to AMARC as FP0213 Jan 31, 1989
				8734 to Korea in 1987/88 
				8735 (c/n 2542) to AMARC as FP0200 Jan 10, 1989
				8736 w/o Apr 25, 1968, Vietnam
				8737 to Korea in 1987/88 
				8738 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Oct 5, 1972.
				8739 (c/n 2552) to AMARC as FP0202 Jan 17, 1989
				8745 (c/n 2565) to AMARC as FP0214 Jan 31, 1989
				8750 w/o Feb 16, 1971, Vietnam.
				8752 w/o Sep 11, 1968, Vietnam
				8753 (c/n 2584) to AMARC as FP0282 Jul 19, 1989
				8756 to Korea in 1987/88 
				8757 w/o Apr 28, 1968, Vietnam
				8758 to Korea in 1987/88
 				8759 to Korea
				8761 crashed at Osan AB, Korea Jan 23, 1979
				8762 (c/n 2605) to AMARC as FP0168 Oct 20, 1988
				8764 w/o Mar 28, 1969, Vietnam
				8765 to Korea in 1987/88 
				8766 w/o Apr 12, 1969, Vietnam
				8767 w/o Mar 21, 1968, Vietnam
				8768 on display in front of VFW post in Pastro, TX.
				8769 lost in Laos Sep 21, 1972.  Remains of two crewmen recovered
					in 1994.
				8770 w/o Jun 12, 1970, Vietnam
				8772 w/o Jul 17, 1972, Vietnam
				8773 w/o Jan 17, 1969, Vietnam
				8774 w/o Feb 27, 1971, Vietnam
				8777 w/o Feb 3, 1971, Vietnam
				8778 w/o Apr 22, 1968, Vietnam
				8779 crashed near Stuttgart, Germany Sep 20, 1977.
				8782 (c/n 2652) to AMARC as FP0190 Jan 5, 1989
				8783 (c/n 2654) to AMARC as FP0475 Apr 3, 1990.
				8784 w/o Jan 2, 1970, Vietnam
				8786 (c/n 2660) to AMARC as FP0186 Jan 3, 1989
66-8787/8825		McDonnell F-4D-33-MC Phantom
				8788 on display at Port Neches, TX, hosted by VFW-4820
				8789 (c/n 2675) to AMARC as FP0128 Jun 7, 1988
				8793 crashed Nov 16, 1976
				8794 (c/n 2704) to AMARC as FP0150 Aug 9, 1988.
				8799 w/o May 12, 1972, Vietnam
				8801 w/o Mar 27, 1968, Vietnam
				8802 (c/n 2745) to AMARC as FP0228 Mar 21, 1989
				8805 (c/n 2763) to AMARC as FP0228 Mar 21, 1989
				8806 to Korea in 1987/88 
				8807 w/o Nov 1, 1968, Vietnam
				8808 (c/n 2778) to AMARC as FP0371 Nov 1, 1989.
				8809 w/o Mar 29, 1969, Vietnam
				8810 to Korea in 1987/88
				8812 (c/n 2799).  Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX. Noted 2005
					in Historical Aviation Memorial Museu, Tyler, TX
				8813 (c/n 2804) to AMARC as FP0232 Mar 28, 1989
				8814 w/o Mar 1, 1969, Vietnam
				8815 (c/n 2815) to AMARC as FP0184 Dec 29, 1988.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8816 (c/n 2819) to AMARC as FP0216 Feb 8, 1989
				8817 (c/n 2823) to AMARC as FP0240 Apr 6, 1989.
				8818 w/o Dec 26, 1971, Vietnam
				8819 (c/n 2381) to AMARC as FP0203 Jan 17, 1989.
				8820 w/o Jan 15, 1970, Vietnam
				8821 (c/n 2641) to AMARC as FP0403 Jan 3, 1990.
				8822 w/o Aug 1, 1968, Vietnam
				8824 (c/n 2857) to AMARC as FP0227 Mar 21, 1989.
				8825 (c/n 2862) to AMARC as FP0332 Oct 10, 1989
66-8826/8835		Lockheed AH-56A-LO Cheyenne 
				c/n 1001/1010.  For U. S. Army.
				8827 on display at Fort Polk, LA.
				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
					Fort Eustis, VA)
66-8836			Douglas C-47A-DK Skytrain
				For US Army - ex USN R4D-5 BuNo 17205 (c/n 13105).  To West
				Florida Arthropod Research Laboratory as N48324.  Scrapped
				at Tallahassee Regional Airport, wredk voluntarily sunk at
				Apalachiocola Bay, FL.
66-8837/9026		Martin-Hughes AGM-62A Walleye
66-9027/9118		Hughes TH-55A Osage
				Reserialed in the multi-FY block as 66-18264/18355.
66-9119/9229		Northrop F-5A-30-NO Freedom Fighter
				c/n N.6223/6310,7030/7052.
				9119/9120 (c/n N.6223/N.6224) to Morocco
				9121/9128 (c/n N.6225/N.6232) to Turkey in 1966
					9122 w/o Apr 24, 1977 near Diyarbakir
					9125 w/o Aug 22, 1975
					9128 upgraded to F-5A-2000
				9129 (c/n N.6233) to Vietnam AF, then to Thailand AF as
					Kh18-9/12, code 1314, then 10314, then 23114.  W/o Nov 15, 1988.
				9130,9131 (c/n N.6234/N.6235) to South Vietnam in 1967
					9131 to South Korea in 1975.
				9132,9133 (c/n N.6236/N.6237) to Greece
				9134 (c/n N.6238) to Turkey in 1966.  W/o Mar 27, 1984
				9135/9138 (c/n N.6239/N.6242) to Greece
				9139/9141 (c/n N.6243/N.6245) to South Vietnam in 1969
				9142 (c/n N.6246) to Greece.  W/o Aug 7, 1970
				9143/9147 (c/n N.6247/N.6251) to South Korea
					9143 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned 1975, to Philippines in 1998
					9144 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					9145 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					9146 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to South Korea
					9147 to South Vietnam in 1972.
				9148/9150 (c/n N.6252/N.6254) to Philippines in 1967
				9151/9154 (c/n N.6255/N.6258) to Turkey in 1967
				9155 (c/n N.6259) to South Vietnam in 1967
				9156/9158 (c/n N.6260/N.6262) to Turkey in 1967
					9158 upgraded to F-5A-2000
				9159 (c/n N.6263) to Thailand as ser.no Kh18-1/10, code 1311.  crashed Jan 2, 1970 
				9160 (c/n N.6264) to Thailand as ser.no Kh18-2/10, code 1312, then 10312, then
					23121, then 71141, then 70141.  BDRT at Korat.
				9161 (c/n N.6265) to Thailand as ser.no KH18-3/10, code 1313, lost in combat Oct 6, 1970.  
					Rear fuselage noted early 2003 at Khao Kho War Memorial Park, Thailand.
				9162/9163 (c/n N.6266/N.6267) to Morocco
				9164/9168 (c/n N.6268/N.6272) to Greece
				9169 (c/n N.6273) to Thailand as ser.no. Kh18-4/10, code 1314.  
					Crashed on takeoff in 1970
				9170/9176 (c/n N.6274/N.6280) to Iran
					9170 transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.  Believed to be the F-5A painted as 69170
						on display in War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
					9171 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9172 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9173 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9174 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9175 to South Vietnam in 1972
				9177/9188 (c/n N.6281/N.6292) to Taiwan. 
					9178 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9179 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9180 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9181 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9183 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to Taiwan.  Taiwan AF
						serial was 1244. Reported 2008 at Taiwan Taoyuan IAP
						Aviation Museum.
					9185 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					9187 to South Vietnam in 1972 
					9188 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to Taiwan.
				9189 (c/n N.6293) to Iran.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				9190 (c/n N.6294) to Iran.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				9191 (c/n N.6295) to Iran.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				9193/9195 (c/n N.6297/N.6299) to Taiwan
					9193 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9194 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9195 to South Vietnam in 1972
				9196/9198 (c/n N.6300/N.6302) to Ethiopia
				9199/9206 (c/n N.6303/N.6310) to Taiwan
					9199 to Turkey in 1990
					9200 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to Taiwan
					9201 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to Taiwan
					9202 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9204 to South Vietnam in 1972, Returned to Taiwan, later
						to Philippines
					9205 to South Vietnam in 1972
					9206 to South Vietnam in 1972
				9207 (c/n N.7030) to Norway.  To Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne in 1995.
				9208 (c/n N.7031) to Norway.  To FMU, Gardermoen AFB for display.
				9209 (c/n N.7032) to Norway as 209.  To Greece 8/27/1986 as 69209.  Preserved
					at Larissa AB, Greece
				9210 (c/n N.7033) to Norway.  
				9211 (c/n N.7034) to Norway.  To Turkey 8/12/1983.
				9212 (c/n N.7035) to Norway.  To Turkey 2/27/1985.
				9213 (c/n N.7036) to Norway.  Crashed 7/9/1970 Mosvatn.
				9214 (c/n N.7037) to Norway.  To Turkey 4/16/1985.
				9215 (c/n N.7038) to Norway
				9216 (c/n N.7039) to Norway.  Crashed 1/10/1972 Bogvatn, Svartisen.
				9217 (c/n N.7040) to Norway.  Crashed 8/9/1968 Sorfjord.
				9218 (c/n N.7041) to Norway.  Crashed 9/29/1970 Fugloy.
				9219 (c/n N.7042) to Norway.  Crashed 9/29/1970 Fugloy.
				9220 (c/n N.7043) to Norway as 14896.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola, Norway
				9221 (c/n N.7044) to Norway.  Crashed 12/12/1968 Torp.
				9222 (c/n N.7045) to Norway.
				9223 (c/n N.7046) to Norway.  Crashed 12/5/1972 Kjerrinoy, Nordland.
				9224 (c/n N.7047) to Norway.  To Turkey 8/12/1983.
				9225 (c/n N.7048) to Norway
				9226 (c/n N.7049) to Norway.  Crashed 9/8/1971 Tana.
				9227 (c/n N.7050) to Norway.  To Turkey 4/30/1985.
				9228 (c/n N.7051) to Norway as 228.  To Greece 4/29/1986 as 69228.  Preserved at
					Volos, Greece.
				9229 (c/n N.7052) to Norway.  To Turkey 9/15/1983.
66-9230/9244		Northrop F-5B-20-NO Freedom Fighter
				c/n N.8038/8048,9005/9008.
				9230 to Greece
				9231,9232 (c/n N.8039/N.8040) to South Vietnam in 1972
				9233 (c/n N.8041) to Iran
				9234 (c/n N.8042) to Taiwan.  Later to Turkey in 1988
				9235 (c/n N.8043) to Iran
				9236 (c/n N.8044) to Iran
				9237 (c/n N.8045) to Taiwan.
				9238 (c/n N.8046) to Iran
				9239 (c/n N.8047) to Taiwan
				9240 (c/n N.8048) to Iran
				9241 (c/n N.9005) to Norway
				9242 (c/n N.9006) to Norway
				9243 (c/n N.9007) to Norway
				9244 (c/n N.9008) to Norway
66-9245/9248		Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman missiles
				all but 9245 and 9246 were cancelled.
66-9249/9262		Lockheed Agena/SRM-81
66-9263/13262		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
66-13263/13277		Cessna U-17A
				for FMS
				13263 c/n 185-01097
				13264 c/n 185-01100
				13265 c/n 185-01101
				13266 c/n 185-01102
				13267 c/n 185-01103
				13268 c/n 185-01104
				13269 c/n 185-01105
				13270 c/n 185-01106
				13271 c/n 185-01107
				13272 c/n 185-01108
				13273 c/n 185-01109
				13274 c/n 185-01112
				13275 c/n 185-01114
				13276 c/n 185-01115
				13277 c/n 185-01116
66-13278/13290		Sikorsky HH-3E
				c/n 61-576/588.  Delivered between Apr 23 and Aug 15, 1967.
				13284 to AMARC as HH0034.  To Tunisian AF
				13290 to AMARC as HH0026 Mar 18, 1991.
66-13291/13296		Sikorsky CH-3E
				13291,13292,13296 converted to HH-3E
				13291 (c/n 61590)
				13292 to AMARC as HH0035 Jul 10, 1992.  to Tunisian AF
66-13297/13314		Cessna U-17A
				13297 c/n 185-01120
				13298 c/n 185-01127
				13299 c/n 185-01128
				13300 c/n 185-01129
				13301 c/n 185-01130
				13302 c/n 185-01131.  To South Vietnam
				13303 c/n 185-01132.  To South Vietnam
				13304 c/n 185-01133
				13305 c/n 185-01134
				13306 c/n 185-01135
				13307 c/n 185-01136
				13308 c/n 185-01118
				13309 c/n 185-01121.  To South Vietnam
				13310 c/n 185-01122.  To South Vietnam
				13311 c/n 185-01123.  To South Vietnam
				13312 c/n 185-01124.  To South Vietnam
				13313 c/n 185-01125.  To South Vietnam
				13314 c/n 185-01119.  To Thailand
66-13315/13340		Martin-Hughes AGM-62A Walleye missiles
66-13341/13523		Ryan BQM-34A/D Firebee drones
66-13524/13526		Messerschmitt-built Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 
				For Luftwaffe.  Operated in USAF colors at Luke AFB.
				13524 (683D-7120) 
				13525 (683D-7132) built by Messerschmitt as KE+432.  To Luftwaffe
					as DD+233.  Operated in USAF colors at Luke AFB.  Crashed
					Aug 4, 1981 on Gila Bend Range after engine failure.  Pilot
					ejecte safely.
				13526 (683D-7177) built by Messerschmitt as KE+477.  To Luftwaffe
					as DD+253.  Operated in USAF colors at Luke AFB.  Later to
					Taiwan as 4394.  Crashed into sea Dec 21, 1990 after loss of
					elevator control during approach, pilot missing.
66-13527/13532		Cessna U-17A
				for FMS
				13527 c/n 185-01137
				13528 c/n 185-01138
				13529 c/n 185-01139
				13530 c/n 185-01140
				13531 c/n 185-01141
				13532 c/n 185-01126
66-13533/13550		Lockheed C-130K-LM Hercules
				C/N 4254,4256/4259,4261/4264,4266/4268,4270/4275.
				For RAF as Hercules C.1. XV290/XV307
				13533 (XV290) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
				13534 (XV291) sold to Austrian AF as 8T-CB Feb 18, 2004
				13535 (XC292) sold to Austrian AF as 8T-CC Aug 26, 2003.
				13536 (XV293) returned to Lockheed Mar 4, 2000.  To Polish AF
					as 4258.
				13537 (XV294) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
				13538 (XV295) modified for special forces support duties.
				13539 (XV296) converted to C.1K with tanker capability.
					allocated for spares use 1996.  Scrapped at Cambridge Jul 2003.
				13540 (XV297) returned to Lockheed Sep 4, 2001.  To Polish AF as 4263
				13541 (XV298) modified for special forces support duties.
					Crashed on takeoff Kukes, Albania Jun 11, 1999.  Aborted
					takeoff due to fire in cargo hold, DBR (Aviation Safety Network)
				13542 (CV299) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage
				13543 (XV300) returned to Lockheed Jan 28, 2001.
				13544 (XV301) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
				13545 (c/n 4270, XV302) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage.
					Retired to Marshalls at Cambridge foruse as fuselage
					fatigue test airframe
				13546 (XV303) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later
					to C.3A for special forces support duties.
				13547 (XV304) converted to C.3 with lengthened fuselage and later
					to C.3A for special forces support duties.
				13548 (XV305) converted to C-3 with lengthened fuselage.
				13549 (XV306) returned to Lockheed Mar 4, 2001.
				13550 (XV307) converted to C-3 with lengthened fuselage.
66-13551		Martin X-24A
				Manned supersonic lifting body research vehicle.
				Converted to X-24B.  On display at USAF Museum. 
				Martin SV-5J was cosmetically altered to resemble the X-24A and 
				assigned the spurious serial 66-13552. Now at USAF Museum
				still wearing its pseudo X-24A identity and serial.
66-13552/13559		North American Rockwell OV-10A-1-NH Bronco
				c/n 321-1/8 (or 305-1/8).
				13552 to Venezuela as FAV 0502
				13553 w/o Sep 17, 1982
				13554 to Venezuelan AF as FAV 0077
				13555 (c/n 305-4)  to Philippine AF
				13557 to Venezuelan AF as FAV 4523
				13558 to Venezeulan AF as FAV 0068
				13559 (c/n 305-8) to Philippine AF
66-13560/13562		North American Rockwell OV-10A-5-NH Bronco
				c/n 321-9/11  (or 305-9/11)
				13560 at Davis Monthan AFB.
				13561 and 13562 to Venezuela as FAV# 5011 and 0540
				13562 (c/n 305A-11) to Colombian AF as FAC2210
66-13563/13570		Cessna U-17A
				sold to Philippines
				13563 c/n 185-01142
				13564 c/n 185-01143
				13565 c/n 185-01144
				13566 c/n 185-01145
				13567 c/n 185-01146
				13568 c/n 185-01147.  To civil registry as N1431Z
				13569 c/n 185-01148
				13570 c/n 185-01149
66-13571/13610		Ryan BQM-34B Firebee drones
66-13611/13621		Cessna T-37C
				c/n 40967/40977.  All sold to Peru
				13618 (c/n 40974) sold from Peru to civil market as N7154W, later N370WB
				13620 (c/n 40976) sold from Peru to civil market as N6527M, later N37VC
66-13622/13631		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter 
				c/n 583F-5933/5942. For Luftwaffe.  Most operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
				13622 (583F-5933) later to Taiwan AF as 4195.
				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.
				12626 (583F-5937)
				13627 (583F-5938) to Lufwaffe 28+08.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
					Sold to Norway Jun 1, 1975 as 627.  Crashed at Bodo AB Feb 4, 1981
					during landing due to engin 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 DF+365, later 28+09.  Operated
					at Luke AFB in USAF colors.  Transferred to NASA in 1975 as NASA 825
					(N825NA).  Arrived at Dryden Research Center (Edwards AFB) Jul 2, 1975.
					Flew last research mission Jan 24, 1994.  Stored at Edwards AFB
					Sep 7, 1995.  Preserved at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, 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.
66-13632/14331		Boeing AGM-69A SRAM missiles
66-14332/14375		Helio U-10D
				14332,14371/14374 sold to Thailand
				14332 at RTAF Museum painted as 63-8013.  c/n 576 confirmed visually. However, serial 
					66-14332 could be seen underneath current coat of paint!
				14338 to N99901 with Summer Institute of Linguistics
				14343 (c/n 1245) to civil registry with Summer Institute of Linguistics
					as N99895, then as OB-1188, then N328H, then PP-JCM in Brazil.
				14354 to N42013 with US Department of Agriculture
				14360 (c/n 1262) to US Department of Agriculture as N42022.  Now
					on display at WPAFB Museum, painted as 66-14374
				14361 (c/n 1263) to US Department of Agriculture as N42112, then became N2706J.  
					Registration cancelled Jul 23, 2004 on sale to
					owner in Canada as C-GZZL.  Registration taken up Sep 14, 2004.
				14367 to US Department of Agriculture as N42122.
66-14376/14419		Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
				14379 noted May 25, 2001 stored at Johnstown, PA for possible future display
				14405 (c/n 0276) noted Mar 2006 at Jackson ANGB Collection, MS
66-14420		Bell UH-1C Iroquois
				c/n 2046 (taken from civil Bell 204B line).  Sold to 
					Royal Norwegian Air Force Jan 1967 under MAP.
					Operated under RNoAF serials SI-M (1967-1972)
					and 420 (1972-1990).  Returned to US and sold.
66-14421/14427		Cessna U-17A
				14421 (c/n 185-01205) MAP to Thailand in 1967
				14422 (c/n 185-01208) MAP to Thailand in 1967
				14423 (c/n 185-01211) MAP to Thailand in 1967.  Preserved at
					U-Tapao, then Don Muang by Jan 1999.
				14424 (c/n 185-01214) MAP to Tailand in 1967, but not confirmed
					as Navy
				14425 (c/n 185-01217) MAP to Thailand in 1967, but not confirmed
					as Navy.  Preserved at CATC Hua Hin
				14426 (c/n 185-01221) MAP to Thailand in 1967, but not confirmed
					as Navy
				14427 (c/n 185-01225)
66-14428/14435		Sikorsky HH-53B
				c/n 65-043/050
				14429 (c/n 65-044) to MASDC
				14430 lost in combat Jan 1969 due to unknown causes.
				14431 converted to MH-53J Pave Low.  Crashed (58th SOW, 551st SOS) in 1998 during
					acceptance flight following maintenance at MCAS Cherry
					Point, NC.  Intermediate gearbox had not been filled with
					oil leading to its seizure.  Crew survived but helo
					DBR.  Initially used as ground instruction airframe by
					551st SOS at Kirtland AFB, NM. To AMARC as HC0030 Jul 17, 2003
				14432 (c/n 65-047) to MASDC
				14433 converted to MH-53H
				14434 shot down by unidentified fighter Jan 28, 1970 while attempting rescue of F-105 pilot.
				14435 crashed Sept 1981 Kirtland AFB, NM.  Main rotor blade struck a tree, all aboard killed.
				14428,14429,14431/14433 converted to MH-53J
66-14436/14456		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
66-14457/14466		Northrop F-5A-30-NO Freedom Fighter
				c.n N.6311/6320.
				14457/14463 (N.6311/N.6317) to Taiwan
					14457 to South Vietnam in 1972
					14459 to South Vietnam in 1972
					14460 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to Taiwan.
						Presumably sold by Taiwan to Turkish AF, as noted 1997 in Turkish 
						AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul
					14461 to South Vietnam in 1972, to South Korea
					14462 to South Vietnam in 1972
					14463 to South Vietnam in 1972
				14464/14466 (c/n N.6318/N.6320) to Turkey
66-14467		Douglas DC-6B 
				C/n 43522 started life as N6522C for Pan American World Airways on April 05, 
					1952, named "Clipper Plymouth Rock". Between 05/1960 and 05/1961 it 
					was leased to Capitol Airlines. In 1962 it was leased to Aerovias Panama, 
					and registered as HP-343. In 1967 Pacific Airmotive purchased and converted 
					it to a DC-6A/B for cargo service. It was then bought by the USAF as 
					66-14467 in 1967 and subsequently leased to Chile under MDAP as FAC 987 in 
					1967.  Off lease it returned to the US as N861TA for Atlas Aircraft Co. 
					in February 1982 and it was briefly stored at Opa Locka, FL. It then went 
					thru various owners and leases: Freedom Int'l Inc. (bought May 1984), 
					Universal Airlines (leased 1984), Northern Pacific Transport Inc. (bought 
					October 1989), Universal Airlines (bought June 1990), American World 
					Airlease (bought April 1992), Woods Fuel Inc. bought it in August 1992. It 
					crashed and was destroyed by fire on take off from Nixon Fork Mining landing 
					strip near McGrath, AK on January 02, 1998.
66-14468/14473		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				ex-USMC - Serials allocated in 1989
				14468 to AMARC as HC0024 Jul 17, 2001
				14470 to AMARC as HC0025 Jul 27, 2001
				14471 to AMARC as HC0029 Jul 15, 2003
				14472 to AMARC as HC0026 Jul 27, 2001
				14473 to AMARC as HC0027 Jul 27, 2001

66-15000/15245		Bell UH-1C-BF Iroquois
				c/n 1728/1973.
				15000,15003,15005,15008,15016,15017,15021,
				15023,15024,15028,15034,15036,15038,15046,
				15047,15050,15054,15056/15058,15062,15063,
				15068/15071,15076/15078,15080,15082/15084,
				15089,15098,15099,15101,15102,15106/15108,
				15111,15116,15118,15122,15124,15127,15128,
				15131,15134,15137,15138,15143/15147,15150,
				15156,15160,15170,15174,15176,15179,15181,
				15183,15185/15188,15190,15191,15193/15197,
				15200,15205,15211,15212,15216,15218,
				15220/15222,15225,15229/15231,15234,15236,
				15238,15242,15243,15245 converted to UH-1M.
				15016,15023,15046,15154,15156,15099,15111,
				15122,15124,15173,15145/15147,15181/15190,
				15205,15218,15220,15231,15242 to QUH-1M
				15005 (UH-1M) being restored at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum,
					Charlestown, SC for display as HSL.
				15076 (UH-1M, c/n 1804) at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, NY.
				15083 (UH-1M) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
				15091 (c/n 1819) donated its tail boom to 66-0683.  Has the rest of it been scrapped?
				15094 (c/n 1822) noted in damaged condition summer 2003 at Nusee de l'Armee Populaire, Vientaine, Laos
				15117 crashed during low-level gun run Khanh Hoa Province, SVN Dec 7, 1967. 4 KIA.
				15127 (c/n 185) reported Dec 4, 2007 preserved at Wheeler AAF,
					Wahiawa, HI
				15143 (c/n 1871) wreck stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
				15156 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				15170 to El Salvador as FAES 228
				15183 (c/n 1911) noted recently at English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind 
					AP, Amarillo, TX
				15185 (c/n 1913) mounted on a post in front of the Guard base at
					Waterloo, IA Aug 7, 2001.
				15187 (UH-1M) noted dumped at Sioux City AP, IA Oct 2002.  In 2008
					was in storage at Warner Museum of Aviation and Transporation,
					Sioux City, IA
				15191 to El Salvador as FAES 222
				15212 on display at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, AR.
				15236 (c/n 1964) noted on trailer at Rockford AP, IL Dec 2001.
				15245 to US Navy
66-15246/15247		Bell YAH-1G Cobra
				c/n 20002/20003
				15246 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
66-15248/15357		Bell AH-1G Cobra
				c/n 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.
				15246 (AH-1G) in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				15248 (c;n 20004) became N736NA, now at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				15249 (c/n 20005) at American Legion post in Croswell, Michigan.
				15257 (c/n 20013) withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.
				15277 (c/n 20033) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Registered
					to Forest Service May 6, 2004 as N90279 
				15283 (c/n 20039) registered Mar 17, 2006 to Army Aviation Heritage Foundation
					and Museum of Hampton, GA as N830HF
				15290 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15295 (c/n 20051) registered N950LE May 17, 2006
				15297 (AH-1S, c/n 20053) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; was apparently previously stored at Fort 
					Drum.
				15299 (AH-1F, c/n 20055) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Now preserved at Bristol, VA
				15307 (AH-1F, C/n 20063) preserved at Weirton, WV; was apparently previously 
					stored at Fort Drum
				15309 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15313 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15315 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15317 (AH-1S) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
				15318 (AH-1F: C/n 20074). Reported preserved at unknown location; 
					was apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
				15322 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15324 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
					15324 (c/n 20080) withdrawn from use May 24, 2001.
				15330 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
					15330 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15335 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15338 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
				15343 lost in Vietnam Apr 18, 1972.  2 KIA
				15348 (AH-1F: C/n 20104) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Has left 
					Fort Drum and is now preserved at Du Bois, PA.
				15352 (c/n 20108) registered N5628Q	Oct 15, 2007.
				15353 noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
66-15358/15361		Bell UH-1F-BF Iroquois
				Cancelled contract.  Some sources have these serials as appearing to be
					a batch delivered to the Colombian AF.  However, 66-15360 and 15361 have both been definitely
					identified (see below)		 
66-15360		Beechcraft NU-8E Seminole
				c/n JH163.  Ex-civilian N1779G.  After disposal went through a succession of civilian owner as N5375G,
				N888JE, and N74GV.  
66-15361		Beechcraft VC-6A King Air
				c/n LJ153.   Preserved at White Sands, NM.
66-15362/15364		Serials not allocated
66-15365		Beechcraft U-8F Seminole
				c/n LF.8.  was ex-civilian N141.  On civil registry as N5078G
66-15366/15997		serials not allocated.
66-15998/15999		Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
				c/n 3917,3918
66-16000/16306		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 5694/6000
				At least 140 converted to UH-1H 
				16005,16114,15143,15155,15228,16239,16243,16272,16296 to UH-1V.
				16000 (c/n 5694) to GUH-1H
				16013 (c/n 5707) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0516 Oct 2, 1995.
				16023 (c/n 5717) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N525BM
				16024 (c/n 5718) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0438 Aug 14, 1995.  Allocated civilian
					registration number of N4072P June 2001.  N4072P cancelled
					May 16, 2008 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registered
					to Enspire Aviation P/L as ZS-HBV
				16027 (c/n 5721) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N6190P.
					Became EC-GDN.  Crashed Jun 18, 2000.
				16030 (c/n 5724) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N106NJ
				16034 (c/n 5728) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N323SD Feb 7, 2008
				16037 (c/n 5731) to El Salvador AF as FAES 268
				16039 (c/n 5733) became N5480G
				16040 (c/n 5734) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N6132N
				16045 (c/n 5739) to GUH-1H. To civil registry as N4207R
				16048 (c/n 5742) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N13YA
				16049 (c/n 5743) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0465 Sep 22, 1995.  Now
					N6132N based at Lumberton, NC with North 
					Carolina Forest Service.  Number N4071P allocated June 2001.
				16066 (c/n 5760) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0469 Sep 22, 1995.  To Yankee Air Force Museum in 1996.
					Registered N711430G sep 9 2005.
				16069 (c/n 5763) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0587 Sep 16, 1996
				16070 (c/n 5764) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N965MF
				16072 (c/n 5766) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0450 Aug 28, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				16074 (c/n 5768) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0429 Jul 21, 1995
				16086 (c/n 5770) noted Mar 13, 2004 stored on Army apron at Birmingham IAP, AL.  Noted
					Mar 2006 preserved at Smith ANG Base, Birmingham, AL
				16093 (c/n 5777) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N6131P
				16101 (c/n 5795) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0560 Oct 19, 1995.
					Registration N661TX reserved May 9, 2005, taken up Aug 8, 2005
				16107 (c/n 5801) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
					supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-417.
				16109 (c/n 5803) to GUH-1H.  at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
				16114 (c/n 5808) registration N250DM allocated Jan 14, 2004.
				16118 (c/n 5812) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0424 Jun 8, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.  Registration N312RB
					reserved Mar 28, 2008.  Despite N321RB being reserved, registration N338CB
					was reserved May 28, 2008, taken up Jul 25, 2008
				16122 (c/n 5816) registration N205KM reserved Feb 5, 2008 for
					Kenosha Military Museum, IL, taken up Apr 14, 2008.  
					in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL.  Kenosha
					museum was moved to Russell
				16129 (c/n 5823) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0517 Oct 2, 1995.
					Registration N51KA reserved Jul 16, 2004, taken up Sep 27, 2004
				16137 (c/n 5831) converted to UH-1H.  Registered as N911RY Apr 3, 1995
				16138 (UH-1V, c/n 5832) became N985MF.  Noted summer 2003 at Valiant Air Command 
					Museum, Titusville, FL.  Registration cancelled Aug 11, 2004 as scrapped.
					Is the helicopter still at Titusville?  Reported Apr 15, 2008
					still at Valiant Air Command Museum, Tico, FL
				16149 (c/n 5843) became N49KP, registration cancelled Oct 5, 2005
					on sale to owner in Chile.  Registered Oct 26, 2005 to Bosques Arauco SA
					as CC-CBH
				16150 (c/n 5844) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N7232K
				16161 (c/n 5855) noted Mar 13, 2004 stored on Army Apron at Birmingham IAP, AL
				16164 (c/n 5858) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0456 Sep 11, 1995.  Allocated civilian
					registration number of N4069G June 2001.
				16171 (c/n 5865) preserved at Volk Field, WI
				16179 to JUH-1H.
				16187 (c/n 5881, UH-1H) registred N40854 Feb 6, 1995, to EC-GLR Jun 3, 1997.
				16194 (c/n 5888) to El Salvador AF as FAES 209
				16197 (c/n 5891) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Was at one
					time wiht El Salvador AF as FAES 208.  Noted Mar 8, 2005 at
					Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
				16198 (c/n 5892) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N93ND
				16200 (c/n 5894) fuselage noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles
					Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
				16202 (c/n 5896) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as XC-JAA
				16203 (c/n 5897) converted to UH-1H.  Currently N66218, registration N66UH reserved May 23, 2006,
					but NTU.  Reservation N990PS reserved Nov 14, 2006, taken
					up Dec 29, 2006.
				16209 (c/n 5903) lost near A Shau Valley, SVN Apr 21, 1968.  6 MIA.  This copter is also listed
					as having gone to AMARC as XA0601 Feb 14, 1997
				16220 (c/n 5914) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as XC-JAB
				16255 (c/n 5249) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1214B
				16277 (c/n 5971) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0496 Sep 27, 1995.  To Argentine Army
					for spares 3/9/2001.
				16281 (c/n 5975) to Philippines.  Crashed Mar 1, 2000.
				16290 (c/n 5984, UH-1H) to AMARC as XA0532 Oct 3, 1995.  Donated to Museum of Flight in Nowra, NSW Australia.
					Now on display there.
				16291 (c/n 5985) to El Salvador AF as FAES 291		
				16298 (c/n 5992) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N911RQ Apr 5, 1995
				16301 (c/n 5995) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N772AR
66-16307/17144		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 8501/9338  
				16355,16372,16397,16419,16475,16484,16513,16538,16554,16740,16836,
					16868,16877,16894,16896,16944,16972,17030,17089,17100 to UH-1V.
				16319 (c/n 8513) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0454 Sep 8, 1995.
				16321 (c/n 8515) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0520 Oct 2, 1995.
				16322 (c/n 8516) noted stored at Arlington, WA May 2, 2005.
				16324 (c/n 8518) on civilian roster as N2580V
				16325 (c/n 8519) mounted in front of city hall of Daleville, AL
					(Dec 22, 2004)
				16335 (c/n 8529) converted to *Left Bank* electronic
					surveillance aircraft.  registered N4212C Mar 1, 1995
				16336 converted to *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft.
				16341 (c/n 8535) became N46666
				16344 converted to *Left Bank* electronic surveillance aircraft
				16349 (c/n 8543) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Registered XC-LIW
					Oct 4, 2005.
				16350 (c/n 8544) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0528 Oct 2, 1995.  To Argentine Army for spares 3/9/2001.
				16354 (c/n 8548) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0328 Sep 22, 1988
				16355 (c/n 8549). Was N4212C; registration N1145Q allocated Jan 14, 2004.
					Registration N270DM reserved Mar 9, 2004.
				16366 (c/n 8560) to El Salvador AF as FAES 290
				16372 (c/n 8566) 
				16384 (c/n 8578) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0464 Sep 22, 1995.
				16387 (c/n 8581) registered N41736 Apr 12, 2004.
				16395 (c/n 8589) to El Salvador AF as FAES 206
				16414 (c/n 8608, UH-1H) to AMARC as XA0460 Sep 15, 1995.
				16416 (c/n 8610) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0385 Mar 15, 1995.
					Registered N616BV May 5, 2006.  N616BV canceled May 13, 2008
					on sale to owner in South Africa, registered Jul 15, 2008
					to Leading Edge Aviation P/L of Nelsprut as ZS-HGC
				16419 (c/n 8613) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N359SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently
					supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-406
				16426 (c/n 8620) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0385 Mar 15, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				16433 (c/n 8627) to El Salvador as FAES 261
				16437 (c/n 8631) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0538 Oct 3, 1995
				16439 (c/n 8633) became N65AD
				16441 (c/n 8635) collided in midair with 67-17255 in Vietnam Apr 19, 1968.
				16442 (c/n 8636) lost near Thon Ba, Vietnam Feb 2, 1968.  Crew MIA
				16444 (c/n 8638) derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006 at Ozark Blackwell
					Field, AL
				16446 (c/n 8640) supplied to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N315SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently supplied to Colombian
					Army as EJC-406
				16450 (c/n 8644) leased to RNZAF for peacekeeping duties in the Sinah from Mar 1982.
					Became N81463, then PNP-110 of Peruvian Police.  Crashed Jun 20, 1992
				16465 (c/n 8659) w/o after tree strik and hard landing near Din Binh, SVN Apr 12, 1970.  Crew survived.
				16471 (c/n 8665) to El Salvador as FAES 279
				16477 (c/n 8671) HHC 101st AVn Bn, 101st Airborne Div suffered engine failure and crashed at Bastone FSB in 
					Vietnam Jun 24, 1968.  3 killed, 3 injured.
				16481 (c/n 8675) to El Salvador as FAES 202
				16482 (c/n 8676) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0534 Oct 3, 1995.  Went to 
					Colombian AF for spares recovery
				16489 converted to *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft
				16491 converted to *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft.
				16495 (c/n 8689) to GUH-1H
				16501 to Uruguayan AF as 054.
				16507 (c/n 8701) w/o after hard landing near Din Binh, SVN Jan 1, 1968.  Crew survived.
				16520 (c/n 8714) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0588 Sep 23, 1996
				16559 (c/n 8753) supplied to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N361SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently
					supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-418.
				16572 (c/n 8766) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0495 Sep 27, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				16579 (c/n 8773) on display at Helicopter Museum, Weston-Super-Mare, UK
				16590 (c/n 8784) to El Salavdor AF as 298l  Crashed at Cero Cacahautique, Limon de Sensembra Nov 27, 2001.
					All 9 on board killed.
				16591 (c/n 8785) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0571 Jan 16, 1996.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				16599 (c/n 8793) to El Salvador as FAES 205
				16606 (c/n 8800) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N205UE Jun 1, 1995.  Became EC-GDO.
					Registeed Dec 1, 205 to Fumigacion Aerea Andaluza SA as CC-CME.
				16608 (c/n 8802) on display at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
				16611 (UH-1H, c/n 8805) to Peruvian National Police as PNP-329
				16615 (c/n 8809) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0589 Sep 30, 1996.  To Peruvian National Police as PNP-330
				16619 (c/n 8813) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N318SD Feb 7, 2008.
				16620 (c/n 8814) to El Salvador AF as FAES 270.  W/o Apr 12, 1986.
				16621 (c/n 8815) now N6132Z based at Kingston, NC with North Carolina Forest Service.
				16624 (c/n 8818) to Army Aviation Heritage of Hampton, GA as N624HF in Dec 2002
				16643 (c/n 8837) allocated civil registration N911GE, then N911FK.  Registration N9152T
					reserved Feb 6, 2006, taken up Apr 21, 2006
				16649 (c/n 8843) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N362SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently
					supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-418
				16657 (c/n 8851) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0564 Oct 24, 1995.
					Registration N57KA reserved Jul 16, 2004, taken up May 3, 2005
				16659 (UH-1H, cn/n 8853) to civil registry as N1206P.  To Spain in 1997 as EC-GSP
				16664 (c/n 8858, 335th Transportation Company) crashed 1 mi S of DaNang AB Feb 10, 1970 due to
					tail rotor failure.  All 12 onboard killed.
				16678 (c/n 8872) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0600 Feb 3, 1997
				16680 (c/n 8874) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0525 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				16682 (c/n 8876) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0582 Aug 28, 1996
				16683 (c/n 8877) seen on display at Illinois State Veteran's Home,
					Quincy, IL Mar 2007.
				16694 (c/n 8888) to El Salvador AF as FAES 244.  W/o in 1980
				16695 (c/n 8889) to El Salvador AF as FAES 297 
				16700 (c/n 8894) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N319SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently
					to Colombian Army as EJC-402.
				16734 (c/n 8928) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0444 Aug 24, 1995.
				16740 (c/n 8934) registration N8102G allocated Jul 28, 2004
				16741 (c/n 8935) was N56RF.  Registration cancelled Apr 4, 2006.
				16761 (c/n 8955) to Bolivian AF as FAB-743.  W/o Oct 27, 2006. AFM 4/2007.
					Pilot claimed to have experienced flight control problem, but subsequent
					investigation found no evidence of faults.  AFM 6/2007
				16764 (c/n 8958) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N363SD Feb 7, 2008 
				16769 (c/n 8963) to NUH-1H.  
				16779 (c/n 8973) on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.
				16782 (c/n 8976) noted in Philippines with registration N7042M.  May be destined for Philippine AF.
				16795 (c/n 8989) used to be at Everett McClay VFW club, post 1296 at Fleming Field, St Paul
					MN but this club has closed and the helicopter is gone.   The VFW has
					moved to another location, along with its helicopter.
				16807 (c/n 9001) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0493 Sep 27, 1995.
					Registered N71112 Sep 8, 2005.
				16814 (c/n 9008, UH-1V) to AMARC as XA0646 May 25, 2000.
				16818 (c/n 9012) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0434 Aug 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				16823 (c/n 9017) in Texas State Technical College shop at TSTC Waco
					Airport, TX.
				16840 (c/n 9034, C Troop, 7/17th Cav) lost power shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh
					Airfield Feb 25, 1972 and struck ground in nose-high attitude, bounced,
					struck again in a nose-low attitude, spun around, and burst into flames.
					All 5 onboard killed.
				16850 (c/n 9044) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0435 Aug 2, 1995.
				16854 (c/n 9048) registered N32800 Mar 17, 1995.
				16859 (c/n 9053) registration N38TV reserved, but NTU.
				16866 (c/n 9060) converted to UH-1H XA0462.  To AMARC as XA0462.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				16875 (c/n 9069, UH-1H) on civil registry as N850M
				16882 (c/n 9076) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0421 Jun 5, 1995.
				16884 (c/n 9078) to EAF771 (Ethiopian AF?).  Noted at Solitude, South Africa Feb 10, 2002
				16891 (c/n 9089) noted Apr 2004 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC
				16892,16893 (UH-1H) FMS to South Korea
				16894 (c/n 9088) converted to UH-1V.  To AMARC as XA0646 May 24, 2000.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				16899 (c/n 9093) became N45AD
				16902 (c/n 9096) located in 2007 at Wendell H. Ford Regional
					Training Center at Greenville, KY.
				16903 (c/n 9097) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0477 Sep 25, 1995.
				16904 (c/n 9098) registred N3280U Mar 30, 1995.  N3280U crashed and burnt out at Puunene 
					Airstrip, Kahoolawe, HI May 22, 2003 following loss of both main and tail rotors.
				16906 (c/n 9100) fuselaged noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles
					Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
				16908 (c/n 9102) to El Salvador as FAES 299
				16920 (c/n 9114) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0491 Sep 27, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				16932 (c/n 9126) at Fort Worth JRB, TX
				16949 (UH-1H, c/n 9143).  Registered N86NW May 15, 1995.  To civil registry as N116DR, then N166DR
				16959 (c/n 9153) to El Salvador AF as FAES 288
				16960 (c/n 9154) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
				16968 (c/n 9162) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.
					In 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				16970 (c/n 9164) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N323SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently to
					Colombian Army as EJC-419.
				16971 (c/n 9165) to Jordanian AF as 825.  Derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006
					at Ozark Blackwell Field, AL
				16973 (c/n 9167) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0412 May 19, 1995.
				16975 (c/n 9169) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N352SD Feb 8, 2008
				16977 (c/n 9171) to JUH-1H.  Now on pole in front of Bell Helicopter plant at Hurst, TX.
				16978 (c/n 9172) to Hondoras AF as FAH 942.
				16986 (c/n 9180) at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL
				16988 (c/n 9182, UH-1H) to AMARC as XA0439 Aug 15, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				16990 (c/n 9184) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N383SD Feb 8, 2008
				16994 (c/n 9188) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N324SD Feb 8, 2008
				17000 (c/n 9194, UH-1H) to Thai Army.  Crashed Jan 17, 1996.
				17020 (c/n 9214) to JUH-1H
				17024 (c/n 9218) became N125FC, registration cancelled May 2, 2005 as "scrapped"
				17034 (c/n 9228) became N3487G.  Registration N3487G cancelled Mar 31, 2003, aircraft
					sold to new owner in Peru.
				17041 (c/n 9235) to El Salvador AF as FAES 283
				17044 (c/n 9238) noted during 1994 at Alaska Museum of Transportation and
					Industry, Wasilla, AK.  Still there summer 2005.
				17048 (UH-1H, c/n 9242) on display at Motts Military Museum, Groveport, OH.
				17052 (c/n 9246) at Veterans Avenue Ball Park, Monroeville, AL.
				17054 (c/n 9248) on display outside VFW hall at La Crescent, MN.
				17068 (c/n 9262) to civil registry as N8154S.  Became EC-299, then
					EC-GJB.
				17072 (c/n 9266, UH-1H) became N342WN
				17080 (c/n 9274) to JUH-1H
				17081 (c/n 9275) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N349SD Feb 8, 2008
				17084 (c/n 9278) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0513 Oct 2, 1995.
				17088 (c/n 9282) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC ax XA0567 Oct 31, 1995
				17091 (c/n 9285) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0497 Sep 27, 1995
				17100 (UH-1H, c/n 9424) registration N1044Q reserved Oct 2002, and taken up Nov 2002.
				17101 (c/n 9295) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XAXA0383 Mar 13, 1995
				17102 (c/n 9296) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N384SD Feb 8, 2008
				17120 (c/n 9314) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0430 Jul 24, 1995.
				17123 (c/n 9317) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0568 Nov 6, 1995.
				17138 (c/n 9332) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0595 Dec 19, 1996
				17139 (c/n 9333) w/o in crash in Bolivia Jul 12, 1994 while working for the
					US State Department
66-17145/17749		Serials not allocated.  Some in here may have been OH-6A, need confirmation.
				17212 was an OH-6A to Nicaraguan AF as 515
				17213 was an OH-6A to Nicaraguan AF as 516
				17214 was an OH-6A to Nicaraguan AF as 517
66-17750/17833		Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
				17750 to Nicaraguan AF as 511
				17781 registered N298SD Mar 7, 1995
				17787 to US Border Patrol as N97BP
				17795 owned and operated since 1998 by Army Aviation Heritage Foundation.  Don't know the civil registration.
66-17834/17999		Serials not allocated	
66-18000/18040		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				c/n LM.1/41.  Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				18000, 18003, and 18027 converted to EU-21A SIGINT aircraft, later reverted back
					to standard U-21A configuration.
				18000 (c/n LM.01) to civil registry as N7000B
				18001 (c/n LM.02) to civil registry as N7007G
				18002 (c/n LM.03) w/o Apr 14, 1977
				18003 (c/n LM.04) WFU.
				18004 (c/n LM.05) to civil registry as N7007Q
				18005 (c/n LM.06) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N70088 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc.
					of Bridgewater, VA.
				18006 (LM.07) converted to GU-21A instructional airframe.  Seen at Muskogee-
					Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil registration of N7010L
					with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of Bridgewater, VA.
				18007 (LM.08, 210th Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Brigade) w/o Mar 16, 1969
					when it crashed into Loc Thuy Mountain near Hue Phu Bai, Bietnam in
					poor weather.  All onboard killed.
				18008 converted to JU-21A SIGINT testbed
				18012 converted to GU-21A instructional airframe.
				18013 (LM.14) on civil registry as N70224 with Dynamic Avlease, Inc for aerial pest control.
					Used in California medfly control program.
				18017 (LM.18) has civil identity of N70292 with Dynamic Aviation
					Group, Bridgewater, VA.
				18018 (LM.19) has civil identity of N7031F with Dynamic Aviation
					Group, Bridgewater, VA.
				18019 n display at Hunter AAF, made to resemble an RU-21H. 
				18021 (LM.22) to civil registry as N7034K then CS-DCP. 
				18022 (LM.23) w/o, no further dtails
				18024 (c/n LM.25) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N70356 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18025 (c/n LM.26) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7036L with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18026 (c/n LM.27) w/o May 25, 1970
				18027 (c/n LM.28) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7038Y with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18028 (c/n LM.29) w/o, no further details
				18029 (c/n LM.30) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7039T with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18031 (c/n LM.32) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7040V with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18032 (c/n LM.33) has civil identity of N7041M with Dynamic Aviation
					Group, Bridgewater, VA.
				18034 (c/n LM.35) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7043D with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc
					of Bridgewater, VA.
				18035 (c/n LM.36) broken up, no further details
				18038 (c/n LM.39) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7043Y with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc
					of Bridgewater, VA.
				18039 (c/n LM.40) w/o Apr 26, 1975.
				18040 (c/n LM.41) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7047D with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
66-18041/18047		Serials listed as being allocated to U-21A Ute, but probably belong to
					next fiscal year.
66-18048/18263		Serials not allocated
66-18264/18355		Hughes TH-55A Osage
				Part of a multi-FY TH-55 order, following in sequence from 65-18240/18263.
				18273 in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				18319 (c/n 76-0602) became N602CH, then was to have gone to owner in Belgium
					but instead became G-FSDH Aug 2, 1988, the OO-ERG Apr 1994.
				18320 (c/n 76-0603) became N10224, to Helifly SRL of Buenos
					Aires as LV-ZTL Jun 2, 2000
				18350 in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
66-18356/18407		Serials not allocated.
66-18408/18413		Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe
				c/n 64.010/015.
				18408 (c/n 64.010)  to civilian registry as N6156Y, N408HL with Heavy
					Lift Helicopters, Inc.
				18409 (c/n 64.011) is gate guard at Meridian/Key Field, MI
				18410 (c/n 64.012) to civilian registry as N6156U with Heavy Lift Helicopters, Inc.
					Crashed Aug 4, 2006 near Happy Camp, CA during fire fighting activity in the
					Klamath River.  2 crew killed.
				18411 (c/n 64.013) to civilian registry as N2268L with Siller Brothers, Inc
				18412 (c/n 64.014) noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum,
					Camp Shelby, MS
				18413 (c/n 64.015) to civilian registry as N173AC with Erickson Air Crane, Inc
66-18414/18880		Serials not allocated  
66-18881/18896		Grumman OV-1C Mohawk
				Build numbers 82C/97C
				18883 to AMARC as YA0064 Jun 29, 1973.
				18887 to AMARC as YA0035 Aug 31, 1972.
				18889 to AMARC as YA0091 Jul 31, 1978.
				18890 to AMARC as YA0097 Mar 13, 1979.
				18891 to AMARC as YA0010 May 25, 1972.
				18892 to AMARC as YA0085 Jul 26, 1978.
				18894 to AMARC as YA0013 Jun 20, 1972.
66-18897/18999		Serials not allocated.
66-19000/19097		Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook
				c/n B.258/355.
				19000 (B.258) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24356
				19001 (B.259, 196th Aviation Company) crashed during test flight in Vietnam Jul 16, 1962.  All 7 
					aboard killed.
				19002 (B.260) to VNAF.  (241st VNAF) lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
				19003 (B.261) transferred to VNAF Nov 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19004 (B.262) transferred to VNAF Nov 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19005 (B.263) crashed Jul 18, 1968 at Fort Rucker, AL
				19006 (B.264) crashed in Vietnam Dec 26, 1967
				19007 (B.265) transferred to VNAF Nov 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19008 (B.266) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24176
				19009 (B.267) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24354
				19010 (B.268) to VNAF.  (249th VNAF) shot down by SA-7 Dec 12, 1974.  All 
					of about 50 on board killed.
				19011 (B.269) crashed in Vietnam Jul 23, 1968
				19012 (B.270, 242nd) destroyed by sappers in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969
				19013 (B.271, 242nd) destroyed by sappers in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969
				19014 (B.272, 242nd) destroyed by sappers in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969
				19015 (B.273, 242nd) destroyed by sappers in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969
				19016 (B.274, 242nd) destroyed by sappers in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969
				19017 (B.275) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23388
				19018 (B.276) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24360
				19019 (B.277) crashed on landing and caught fire 11/21/1966 near Cu Chi,
					Vietnam.  Occupants escaped with minor injuries.
				19020 (B.278) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24160
				19021 (B.279) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24324
				19022 (B.280, 242nd) destroyed on ground by sappers Feb 26, 1969	
				19023 (B.281, 714th) crashed near Pegnitz, West Germany Aug 18, 1971.  37 killed.
				19024 (B.282) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24362
				19025 (B.283) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23381
				19026 (B.284) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24327
				19027 (B.285) to VNAF. (247th VNAF) lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
				19028 (B.286) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1654.
				19029 (B.287) caught on wire on takeoff and fell into ravine near Chon Thanh, SVN
					May 6, 1969.  30 of 74 onboard killed.
				19030 (B.288) rebuilt as CH-47D
				19031 (B.289) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23775
				19032 (B.290, 228th, A Co) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Jan 3, 1968.
				19033 (B.291) to VNAF.  (237th VNAF) blew up on approach Feb 14, 1974.  
					Suspected sabotage
				19034 (B.292) transferred to VNAF May 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19035 (B.293) to VNAF. (247th VNAF) lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
				19036 (B.294) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24329
				19037 (B.295) transferred to VNAF Mar 1972.  Captured by North Vietham in 1975
				19038 (B.296) transferred to VNAF Mar 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19039 (B.297, 228th) crashed in vietnam Oct 30, 1968
				19040 (B.298) transferred to VNAF Nov 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19041 (B.299) 228th Combat Support Aviation Battalion) 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) to VNAF.  (241st VNAF) lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
				19043 (B.301) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23767
				19044 (B.302) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24368
				19045 (B.303, 228th) crashed in Vietnam Oct 31, 1969
				19046 (B.304, 228th) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Nov 16, 1967.  5 killed.
				19047 (B.305, 228th) crashed in Vietnam Nov 4, 1968
				19048 (B.306) rebuilt as CH-47D and reseraled 86-1642
				19049 (B.307) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23763
				19050 (B.308, 179th) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Feb 19, 1968
				19051 (B.309) rebuilt as Ch-47D and reserialed 85-24330
				19052 (B.310) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23382
				19053 (B.311, 243rd) crashed in Vietnam Oct 20, 1968.
				19054 (B.312) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24369
				19055 (B.313) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24172		
				19056 (B.314) to VNAF. (237th VNAF) shot down by SA-7 missile Dec 5, 1974.  15 aboard killed.
				19057 (B.315) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23384
				19058 (B.316) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23766
				19059 (B.317, 228th) shot down in ground fire in Vietnam Jun 24, 1970
				19060 (B.318) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24350
				19061 (B.319, 179th) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Jan 26, 1969
				19062 (B.320, 228th) destred on ground by mortar fire in Vietnam
					Feb 7, 1968
				19063 (B.321,228th) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Apr 19, 1968.
				19064 (B.322, 228th) crashed in Vietnam Sep 12, 1970
				19065 (B.323) to VNAF. (237th VNAF) shot down by small arms fire Jun 13, 1973.  7 aboard killed.
				19066 (B.324) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24359
				19067 (B.325, 179th) crashed in Vietnam Oct 5, 1968
				19068 (B.326) to VNAF.  (247th VNAF) lost in action Mar 23, 1975
				19069 (B.327) crashed in Vietnam Apr 26, 1968.
				19070 (B.328) to VNAF.  (247th VNAF) lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
				19071 (B.329) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24342
				19072 (B.330) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23777.
				19073 (B.331) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23385
				19074 (B.332) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23771
				19075 (B.333) crashed Apr 4, 1971 in unauthorized flight by unqualified
					individual.
				19076 (B.334, 228th) crashed in Vietnam Feb 13, 1968.
				19077 (B.335) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24363
				19078 (B.336) to VNAF (247th VNAF) lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
				19079 (B.337) transferred to VNAF Dec 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19080 (B.338, 228th) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Apr 25, 1968.
					2 KIA, 2 injured.
				19081 (B.339, 228th) crashed in Vietnam Sep 15, 1968.
				19082 (B.340) transferred to VNAF Nov 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19083 (B.341) to VNAF.  Crashed Jan 9, 1974
				19084 (B.342, 228th) shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Nov 8, 1969
				19085 (B.343, 228th) crashed in Vietnam Apr 10, 1971
				19086 (B.344) to VNAF.  Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
				19087 (B.345) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1670
				19088 (B.346) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23386
				19089 (B.347) transferred to VNAF Sep 1972.  Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
				19090 (B.348, 147th) crashed in Vietnam Feb 27, 1969
				19091 (B.349,179th) crashed in Vietnam Feb 24, 1969
				19092 (B.350) to VNAF.  Lost in combat
				19093 (B.351) to VNAF.  Crashed Aug 14, 1972 with 241st VNAF.
				19094 (B.352) to VNAF.  Shot down by small arms fire Apr 7, 1972.
				19095 (B.353, 243rd) crashed in Vietnam Feb 11, 1970
				19096 (B.354) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1671.
				19097 (B.355) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1673
66-19098/19143		Boeing-Vertol CH-47B Chinook
				c/n B.356/401
				19138 to NASA.
				19098 (B.356) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0109
				19099 (B.357) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0081
				19100 (B.358) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0089
				19101 (B.359, 159th) shot down in Vietnam Apr 13, 1970.  1 killed,
					6 injured.
				19102 (B.360) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0075.
				19103 (B.361) sold to RAF in 1984/85
				19104 (B.362) crashed at Camp Humphrey, Korea Dec 4, 1989
				19105 (B.363) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0066
				19106 (B-364) crashed in Vietnam Mar 2, 1970
				19107 (B.365) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1675.
				19108 (B.366) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0080
				19109 (B.367) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0083
				19110 (B.368) crashed in Colombia Aug 19, 1980
				19111 (B.369) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0087
				19112 (B.370) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0103
				19113 (B.371) crashed in Vietnam Jul 16, 1968 due to 
					transmission seizure.
				19114 (B.372) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1655
				19115 (B.373) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1646
				19116 (B.374) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0085
				19117 (B.375) crashed Oct 4, 1984 at Fort Lewis, Washington
				19118 (B.376) destroyed on ground by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969
				19119 (B.377) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0101
				19120 (B.378) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0079
				19121 (B.379) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1643.
				19122 (B.380) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0073
				19123 (B.381) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0088
				19124 (B.382) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0111.
				19125 (B.383) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1658
				19126 (B.384) shot down in Vietnam May 8, 1968
				19127 (B.385) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0105
				19128 (B.386) destroyed on ground by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969.
				19129 (B.387) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0070
				19130 (B.388) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0075
				19131 (B.389) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0072
				19132 (B.390) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0077
				19133 (B.391) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1664
				19134 (B.392) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0091
				19135 (B.393) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-0093
				19136 (B.394) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0062
				19137 (B.395) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24102.
				19138 (B.396) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-0176. Is believed
					to have become N544NA, presumably before rebuild.
				19139 (B.397) crashed Jul 5, 1968 at Fort Rucker, AL
				19140 (B.398) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-1661 
				19141 (B.399) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0063
				19142 (B.400) crashed in Vietnam Jun 9, 1970
				19143 (B.401) crashed Oct 26, 1971

66-30052			Boeing 707
				ex airline 707-384C (c/n 18949) line number 497) Olympic Airways SX-DBB, JY-AEC converted
					to 707-GE8C delivered to USAF.  Believe WFU.  Noted Mar 4, 2005
					as GE-8C instructional airframe at Robins AFB.

	The following numbers are out of sequence.  They were probably
	composed from manufacturer's construction numbers

66-900354		Schweizer TG-3A
			Glider used by USAF Academy.