US Coast Guard Aircraft Serial Numbers


Last revised July 18, 2014


The precursor of what eventually became the US Coast Guard was established in 1790 when Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton created a force of revenue cutters to enforce laws against smuggling, to protect shipping from pirates, and to prevent contraband from entering the United States. Over the next few years, other government organizations were established which performed additional maritime tasks such as providing lighthouses and other navigational aids as well as for maintaining search and rescue services for mishaps at sea. Programs were also established that provided inspection operations and training programs in support of safer operations at sea. For a long time these tasks were performed by several separate and distinct government organizations, but they were all formally combined to form the United States Coast Guard in 1915.

The Coast Guard has been shuffled between several different government organizations during its career. When the Coast Guard was first officially formed in 1915, it was formally a part of the Treasury Department. However, during World Wars I and II the Coast Guard was temporarily transferred to the Department of the Navy for the duration of these conflicts. The Coast Guard was transferred to the newly-established Department of Transportation in April of 1967. In March of 2003, the Coast Guard was formally transferred from the Department of Transportation to the newly- created Department of Homeland Security.

The Coast Guard was relatively late in acquiring its own aircraft, and did not receive its first aircraft until the 1920s. The first Coast Guard aircraft was a Vought UO-1, borrowed in 1925 from the Navy for a year. It was used to fly patrols to combat rum-running during Prohibition. On March 3, 1926, the Coast Guard was given permission to purchase three Loening OL-5s and two Vought UO-4s, the first planes that the Coast Guard could call their own. More aircraft were soon to follow in the years 1927-1934. These first series of aircraft were given one- and two-digit serial numbers assigned in groups.

The second series of Coast Guard aircraft (1934-1936) were given three-digit numbers assigned in groups, with the first digit indicating the type of aircraft. Those serials beginning with a 1 were amphibians, those beginning with 2 were flying boats, those beginning with 3 were land-based aircraft, and those beginning with 4 were convertible designs. At this time, the aircraft originally ordered in the first series were reserialled with numbers in the second series.

On October 13, 1936, all Coast Guard aircraft ever acquired (including those already withdrawn from service or written off) were reserialled with a three-digit number prefixed with a V. On December 28, 1945, the V prefix was deleted. From Jan 1, 1951 onwards, a 1 prefix was added in front of the three-digit serial number. Beginning in the 1980s, serials were assigned in blocks for each type, usually with gaps between adjacent blocks.

For a brief time during the 1930s, Coast Guard seaplanes were assigned names, much like ships. This usage became so common the many official Coast Guard communications, and many press releases and newspaper stories referred to the aircraft by name only. From 1933 to 1936 the aircraft were all named for stars. Their names appeared on each side of the nose of the aircraft and served as an accurate means of identification for the planes.

Beginning in February of 1969, aircraft that were assigned to the Secretary of the Treasury were serialled in a separate sequence beginning with "1".

The Coast Guard acquired a lot of its aircraft as transfers from the Air Force or the Navy. Nearly all of the aircraft that were transferred to the Coast Guard from the US Navy or from the US Air Force served with the Coast Guard under their original serial numbers, not being allocated a separate USCG serial number. However, the system was not always consistent, and sometimes aircraft transferred from the Navy or the Air Force were indeed assigned separate Coast Guard serials. Some aircraft types (e. g. the CASA C-212, the MH-65A, and the MH-90 used truncated construction numbers as their USCG serials, and displayed a truncated version of the c/n to produce a four-digit serial number. This system can be quite confusing, and unlike the USAF or the US Navy, the Coast Guard serial numbers are not necessarily in the same sequence as they were ordered into service.

First Series (1927-1934):

1/3		Loening OL-5
			1 w/o Jun 12, 1930.  Reserialled as 101
			2 WFU Apr 1935.  Reserialled as 102
			3 w/o at Gloucester Harbor, MA Nov 10, 1929.  Reserialled as 103
4/5		Vought OU-4
			Modified UO-1 seaplane built for Coast Guard.  Later reserialled 404 and 405.
8 		Schreck FBA 17HT4
			French-built pusher flying boat purchased by Coast Guard.
			w/o Mar 1934.  Reserialled as 107
9		Douglas O-38C
			Former USAAC 32-394 ordered Jan 1932 for USCG. W/o Apr 1934.   Later reserialled 108 after being w/o.  
10		Consolidated N4Y-1
			Model 21-A two-seat biplane.  Was USAAC Y1PT-11B 32-395.  Later reserialed 310

27		Douglas RD Sinbad
			Sinbad flying boat c/n 703 acquired by USCG.  Named"Procyon".  Later reserialled 227
28		Douglas RD-1 Dolphin
			c/n 1003.  Model 1 Special NC12243 acquired Aug 1932 by USCG.  Named "Sirius".  Later
			reserialled 128.
29		Douglas RD-2 Dolphin
			c/n 1122.  Named "Adhara".  Later reserialled 129

51/55		General PJ-1
			Model AF-15 twin-engined flying boat built by American Fokker company.  Initially
			designated FLB-51/55.  Later reserialled 251/255
			51 converted to tractor design and redesignated PJ-2

Second Series (1934-1936):

101/103		Loening OL-5
			were formerly 1, 2, 3.  Reserialed V101, V102, V103

107		Schreck FBA 17HT-5
			Was formerly 7.  Reserialed V107
108 		Douglas O-38C
			Was formerly 9.  Reserialed V108

128		Douglas RD Dolphin
			c/n 1003.  Was formerly 28, reserialled as V109
129		Douglas RD-2 Dolphin
			c/n 1122.  Was 29, reserialled as V111
130/139		Douglas RD-4 Dolphin
			c/n 1268/1277.  Later reserialled V125/V134
			135 was w/o Aug 1935

161/175		Grumman JF-2 Duck
			Model G-9
			161 c/n 188.  Reserialled as V135
			162 c/n 189.  Crashed into bay at Cape May, NJ Jan 19, 1935.
				1 of 2 onboard killed.  Reserialled as V136, even though no
				longer on inventory.
			163 c/n 190.  Reserialled as V137
			164 c/n 191.  Reserialled as V138
			165 c/n 192.  Reserialled as V139
			166 c/n 193.  Reserialled as V140
			167 c/n 197.  Reserialled as V141
			168 c/n 195.  crashed Jun 15, 1936 Tampa Bay, FL while attempting to
				rescue two boys.  All 3 crew killed.  Later reserialled as V142 even
				though no longer on inventory.
			169 c/n 196.  Reserialled as V143
			170 c/n 263.  Reserialled as V144
			171 c/n 264.  Reserialled as V145
			172 c/n 265.  Reserialled as V146
			173 c/n 266.  Reserialled as V147
			174 c/n 267.  Reserialled as V148
			175 was traded to US Marine Corps for R3O-1 V151 and was given
				BuNo 0266

227		Douglas RD Sinbad
			Sinbad flying boat c/n 703 acquired by USCG.  Formerly serialled 27,
				later reserialled V106

251		General PJ-2
			Model AF-15 twin-engined flying boat built by American Fokker company.
			Was formerly serial number 51 that had been converted to tractor design.
			Later reserialled V116
252/255		General PJ-1
			Model AF-15 twin-engined flying boat built by American Fokker company. 
			Formerly serialed 52/55.  Later reserialled V112/115. 
 
301/306		Vought O2U-2 Corsair
			Six former US Navy aircraft A8094, A8102, A8109, A8111, A8119,
				A8124 allocated to Coast Guard May 1934.  Actual serial tie-ups
				not known.  Later redesignated V117/V122

310		Consolidated N4Y-1
			Model 21-A two-seat biplane.  Formerly serialed 10, later reserialled V110
311/312		New Standard NT-2
			Two D-25A models captured from smugglers.  
			311 WFU Oct 1935, reserialled as V123
			312 WFU Nov 1935, reserialled as V124

381		Stinson XR3Q-1
			Four-seat Reliant SR-5 acquired for US Coast Guard.  Later redesignated V149
382		Northrop RT-1
			Version of Delta transport.  Reserialed V150
383		Lockheed R3O-1
			Model 10A Electra c/n 1053 supplied to Coast Guard as personal transport for
				Secretary of the Treasury.  Later reserialled V151

404/405		Vought UO-4
			Modified UO-1 seaplane built for Coast Guard.  Formerly serialled 4 and 5,
				Both WFU in 1934, later reserialled V104/V105

Third Series (1936 to present):

V101/V103	Loening OL-5
			Were formerly 1, 2, 3.  Were no longer in inventory.
V104/V105	Vought UO-4
			Modified UO-1 seaplane built for Coast Guard.  Formerly serialled 404 and 405.
			Both were no longer in inventory.
V106		Douglas Sinbad
			Sinbad flying boat c/n 703 acquired by USCG. Formerly serialled 227.  
			Was named "Procyon".  WFU Nov 1939
V107		Schreck FBA 17HT4
			French-built pusher flying boat purchased by Coast Guard.  Formerly serialed 8.
			Was no longer in inventory
V108		Douglas O-38C
			USAAC 32-394 c/n 1120 ordered by USCG in 1932.  Formerly serialled 9.  W/o Apr 1934.  Was no longer in inventory
				at the time of reserialling.
V109		Douglas RD Dolphin
			c/n 1003.  Formerly serialled 128.  Was named Sirius.
			Decommissioned Nov 1939
V110		Consolidated N4Y-1
			Model 21-A two-seat biplane.  Formerly serialled 310.  WFU 1941
V111		Douglas RD-2 Dolphin
			c/n 1122.  Formerly serialled 129. Named "Adhara".  Crashed Dec 5, 1936
			while evacuating a sick man from Assateague Harbor to Norfolk.  Pilot
			killed, but sick man survived and was transported to hospital at
			Salisbury, MD
V112/V115	General PJ-1
			Model AF-15 twin-engined flying boat built by American Fokker company.  
			Were formerly serialled 252/255.
			V112 was named "Altair"
			V113 was named "Acrux"
			V114 was named "Acamar"
			V115 was named "Arcturus"
V116		General PJ-2
			Model AF-15 twin-engined flying boat built by American Fokker company that
				had been rebuilt with tractor engines.  Was formerly serialled 251.
				Was named "Antares".
V117/V122	Vought O2U-2 Corsair
			Were formerly serialled 301/6
			V117 was formerly 301, and was no longer in inventory
			V118 was formerly 302.  WFU Jan 1940
			V119 was formerly 303.  WFU Apr 1937
			V120 was formerly 304.  WFU Apr 1937
			V121 was formerly 305.  WFU Jun 1937
			V122 was formerly 306.  WFU Jun 1937
V123/V124	New Standard NT-2
			Two D-25A models captured from smugglers.  Formerly serialed 311 and 312.
			Both were no longer in inventory after reserialing
V125/V134	Douglas RD-4 Dolphin
			c/n 1268/1277.  Formerly serialled 130/139
			V125 was named "Spica".  WFU Jan 1943
			V126 was named "Mizar".  Crashed into sea near Farallon Islands off San
				Francisco, CA Aug 5, 1941.  Skimming close to the ocean, the plane
				struck a jutting rock.  All 3 onboard killed.
			V127 was named "Alioth".
			V128 was named "Vega".
			V129 named "Deneb". WFU Jul 1942
			V130 was no longer in inventory.  Was named "Aldebaran"
			V131 was named "Rigel". WFU Jul 1943
			V132 was named "Capella".  WFU Jun 1943
			V133 was named "Bellatrix".
			V134 was named "Canopus".  WFU Aug 1942
V135/V148	Grumman JF-2 Duck
			Model G-9
			V135 was formerly 161.  To US Navy as 0266 Jan 1941 
			V136 was formerly 162.  W/o Jan 19, 1935 at Cape May, NJ.  One killed, one injured.
			V137 was formerly 163
			V138 was formerly 164
			V139 was formerly 165
			V140 was formerly 166
			V141 was formerly 167.  To US Navy as 00371 Jan 1941
			V142 was formerly 168.  Was no longer in inventory, since was w/o Jun 15, 1936
				at Tampa Bay, FL.
			V143 was formerly 169
			V144 was formerly 170.  To US Navy as 00372 Jan 1941
			V145 was formerly 171.  Crashed into Tampa Bay, FL Sep 29, 1940.  Two
				crew killed.
			V146 was formerly 172.  To US Navy as 01647 Jan 1941
			V147 was formerly 173.  Struck a beacon during takeoff and
				crashed Jul 18, 1939, Amelia River, FL.  One killed, one survived.
			V148 was formerly 174.
V149		Stinson XR3Q-1
			Four-seat Reliant SR-5 acquired for US Coast Guard.  Formerly serialled 381.
V150		Northrop RT-1
			Formerly serialed 382.  WFU Dec 1940, registered as NC25663
V151		Lockheed XR3O-1
			Model 10A Electra c/n 1053 supplied to Coast Guard as personal transport for
				Secretary of the Treasury.  Formerly serialled 383.
V152/V156	Viking OO-1
			Americanized version of French-built Schreck 17HT-4 built by Viking Flying
				Boat Company of New Haven, CT.  
			V152 W/o Mar 1939
			V153 WFU Nov 1940
			V154 WFU Apr 1941
			V155 WFU Nov 1939
			V156 WFU Dec 1939
V157/V159	Waco J2W-1
			c/n 4545/4547.  Version of civil EQC-6 cabin biplane for Coast Guard.
			V157 crashed Boerne, TX Dec 19, 1938.  All 4 onboard killed.
			V158 while enroute to Galveston, TX Apr 6, 1939 encountered bad weather, 
				pilot ordered crew to bail out.  After the
				last crewman had exited, the pilot also jumped but his chute
				caught on a wing and he was carried to his death.
			V159 w/o Oct 1939
V160/V161	Fairchild J2K-1
			3-seat Model 24-R high-winged monoplane 
			V160 WFU Aug 1940, registered as N81234
V162/V163	Fairchild J2K-2
			3-seat Model 24-R high-winged monoplane 
			V162 w/o May 1941
			V163 W/o Aug 1939
V164/V170	Hall PH-2
			Version of PH-1 built for Coast Guard
			V164 crashed at sea 150 mi SE of New York City Jul 15, 1939 after having
				just picked up a stricken seaman off the ketch Atlantis.  3 killed,
				5 survived.
			V170 WFU Jan 1944.
V171/V173	Curtiss SOC-4 Seagull
			c/n 12412/12414.  All to US Navy as 48243/48245 in 1942
V174/V176	Grumman JRF-2 Goose
			Model G-39.  C/n 1063/1065. 
			V174 (c/n 1063) WFU Jan 1947, registered as NC68902
			V175 (c/n 1064) to US Navy as JRF-5 34075.  W/o Alaska Nov 19, 1943
			V176 (c/n 1065) crashed into Blyn Mountain, WA Apr 6, 1943. 4 onboard killed.
V177/V183	Hall PH-3
			V177 WFU Mar 1944
			V183 crashed Nov 1941
V184/V187	Grumman JRF-2 Goose
			Model G-39.  C/n 1076/1079
			V185 produced in 1940, based at CGAS Salem, MA, wfu Nov 1946.  By 1963 redesignated G-21A, and registered to Gilbert A. 
				Hensler of Churubusco, IN as N95400.  In 1966 to Canada as CF-UAZ, by 1971 in service with Trans Provincial 
				Airlines, Prince Rupert, BC, subsequently to B.C. Air Lines, Richmond, BC, later reregistered C-FUAZ.
				February 3, 1986 registered to Jim Pattison Industries, Prince Rupert, BC.  October 9, 1986 returned to B.C. Air Lines.
			V186 WFU Aug 1946
V188		Lockheed R5O-1
			Model 18-40 Lodestar c/n 18-2008 used as staff transport.  Was formerly
				US Navy 2101.  Delivered and accepted May 14, 1940.  WFU Feb 1943, registered as ZS-BAJ in 1946.
				To N54549 Mar 13, 1951.
V189		Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
			Was Navy BuNo 2290 transferred to USCG
V190/V192	Grumman JRF-3 Goose
			c/n 1085/1087
			V190 (c/n 1085) WFU Aug 1946,  To N5583N in 1954.  Registered as N12CS.  WFU and stripped at Long Beach
				1978/1980.  To National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL in 1985
				I also have V190 as having crashed into cliffs on Block Island Apr 16, 1942.  All
				3 onboard killed.
			V191 WFU Nov 1946
			V192 WFU Nov 1948 
V193/V196	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			Four N3N-3s transferred from US Navy in 1941.
V197/V221	Grumman J4F-1
			Model G-44
			V197 c/n 1222 crashed Jan 1944
			V198 c/n 1223 declared surplus Nov 1946
			V199 c/n 1224 crashed Dec 1941
			V200 c/n 1225
			V201 c/n 1226 declared surplus Aug 1947, to civil registry as N69082
			V202 c/n 1227 declared surplus Nov 1946, to civil registry as N68361
			V203 c/n 1228 declared surplus Nov 1946, to civil registry as N1340V
			V204 c/n 1229
			V205 c/n 1253 declared surplus Aug 1946
			V206 c/n 1254
			V207 c/n 1255
			V208 c/n 1256
			V209 c/n 1257
			V210 c/n 1258 declared surplus Nov 1946
			V211 c/n 1259 declared surplus Apr 1948
			V212 c/n 1260 declared surplus Apr 1948, to US Department of Interior as N742,
				later N2770A, N324BC, N2122ST.  Preserved at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
			V213 c/n 1261 declared surplus Nov 1946, to civil registry as N5508N
			V214 c/n 1262 to civil registry as N700A
			V215 c/n 1263
			V216 c/n 1264
			V217 c/n 1265 declared surplus Mar 1947, to civil registry as N1284N, CF-IIQ, N99431
			V218 c/n 1266 declared surplus Apr 1948, to US Department of the Interior
				as N744, later N151M
			V219 c/n 1267 declared surplus Dec 1946, to civil registry as N91040
			V220 c/n 1268 declared surplus Dec 1946, to civil registry as N91039
			V221 c/n 1269 to US Navy as BuNo 34585.  I have another reference which has
				34585 as being C/n 1290, which was US Navy J4F-2.
V222/V223	Vultee SNV-1
V224/V229	Grumman JRF-5G Goose
			Model G-38.  JRF-5s transferred from Navy to US Coast Guard 
			V224 (c/n B-8) was US Navy BuNo 34079.  Returned to US Navy May 1954.
			V225 (c/n B-11) was US Navy BuNo 34082.  Returned to US Navy
			V226 (c/n B-16) was US Navy BuNo 34087.  W/o Oct 1946
			V227 (c/n B-19) was US Navy BuNo 34090.  Returned to US Navy Aug 1953
			V228 (c/n B-25) was US Navy BuNo 37772.  Returned to US Navy Jun 1954
			V229 (c/n B-26) was US Navy BuNo 37773.  Returned to US Navy May 1954

V1640		Grumman J2F-4 Duck
			1640 transferred to USCG from Navy.  Crashed in Greenland during rescue of crew from downed B-17 Nov 29, 1942


(The V-prefix was discontinued Dec 28, 1945)

230/238		Sikorsky HO3S-1G Dragonfly
			Reserialled 1230/1238
			232 preserved at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ.   
			235 (c/n 51214) Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL with civil registry of N4927E.
			237 (c/n 51216) to civil registry as N4928E.

244/251		Sikorsky HO5S-1G
			Reserialled 1244/1251.

042		Sikorsky HNS-1 Hoverfly
			BuNo 39042 from US Navy
043		Sikorsky HNS-1 Hoverfly
			BuNo 39043 from US Navy

045		Sikorsky HNS-1 Hoverfly
			BuNo 39045 from US Navy

051		Sikorsky HNS-1 Hoverfly
			BuNo 39051 from US Navy

143		Sikorsky HH-52A
			c/n 62.088.  To civil registry as N52NP

148 		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			BuNo 59148 from US Navy

158		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			BuNo 59158 from US Navy

386		Bell HTL-6 Sioux
			BuNo 142386 from US Navy

439		Grumman JF-1 Duck
			Model G-7.  C/n 137.  BuNo 9439 from US Navy

449		Grumman JF-1 Duck
			Model G-7.  C/n 147.  BuNo 9449 from US Navy

460/461		Bell HTL-1 Sioux
			BuNo 122460 and 122461 from US Navy

666		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			BuNo 84666 from US Navy

668		Fairchild HC-123B Provider
			54-668 transferred from USAF

689/690		Sikorsky HO2S-1 Dragonfly
			BuNo 75689 and 75690 from US Navy

699		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			Ex BuNo 84699.  damaged in off shore landing in 1946.  Crew picked up by passing tanker, aircraft
			towed by CGC Hermes, but sunk after attempt to be lifted on ship.

728		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			ex BuNo 84728

732		Martin PGM-5G Mariner
			ex BuNo 84732

794		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
			Model G-38.  C/n B-47.  Ex US Navy BuNo 37794.  To N782, N7821.  Current, stored Chino, California

821		Piasecki HRP-1 Rescuer
			ex BuNo 111821

823		Piasecki HRP-1 Rescuer
			ex BuNo 111823

826		Piasecki HRP-1 Rescuer
			ex BuNo 111826

829/833		Piasecki HRP-2 Rescuer
			ex BuNo 111829/111833

0155		Sikorsky HRS-3
			BuNo 130155 (c/n 55212) from US Navy Jun 13, 1961.  Stored Dec 1963 at NAS Litchfiedl Park, Arizona.  SOC Jan 7, 1965.
			Assigned to MAP but no known delivery.

1015		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  51-015 (c/n 88) from USAF

1016		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  51-016 (c/n 89) from USAF.  To MASDC May 9, 1979.  To Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
				in 1988, but still stored at AMARC.  To N6195A with Aerovintage Ltc, Seattle, Washington Apr 3, 1996.
				To N10016 with Robert P. Ryan, Hagatna, Guam May 17, 2001, current.

1017		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  51-017 (c/n 90) from USAF.  To MASDC by 1980.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc of Tucson, Arizona
				on behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corporation Feb 17, 1981.  To N70267C with Air Crane Inc, Opa
				Locka, Florida Jan 1989.  Current, still stored with Allied.

1023		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  51-023 (c/n 97) from USAF.  Modified to UF-2G for USCG 

1026		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  51-026 (c/n 100) from USAF. Redesignated HU-16E in 1962.  To MASDC as 42016,
				returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 42039 Feb 6, 1977.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson,
				Arizona on behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine, Florida Dec 1, 1980.  To N7027T with Island
				Flying Boats, Inc of Miami, Florida Feb 1989.  Cancelled Aug 10, 2006.  Stored with Western International

1030		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  51-030 (c/n 104) from USAF.  To MASDC Apr 19, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson, Arizona
				on behalf of Grumman Aerospace corp, St Augustine, FL Feb 3, 1981.  To N7027L with Island Flying
				Boats Inc of Miami, Florida Feb 1989.  Cancelled Mar 18, 2013.  Stored with Western International.

1078		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power c/n 11078 for armed interdiction
			Serial based on construction number

1081		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power c/n 11081 for armed interdiction.
			Serial based on construction number

1085		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Serial based on construction number. Is owned by Italian company
				Elilario since Nov 2000.

1091		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power c/n 11091 for armed interdiction.
			Serial based on construction number

1095		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power c/n 11095 for armed interdiction.
			Serial based on construction number

1098/1099	Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power acquired for armed interdiction.
			1098 c/n 11098.
			1099 c/n 11099
			Serial based on construction number

1109		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power c/n 11109 acquired for armed interdiction.
			Serial based on construction number

1133		Agusta MH-68A Stingray
			Agusta A-109E Power c/n 11133 acquired for armed interdiction.
			Serial based on construction number

1230/1238	Sikorsky HO3S-1G Dragonfly
			Were formerly serialled 230/238.
			1230 crashed in Dec 1952
			1231 crashed in Sep 1952
			1232 to civil registry as N4925E.  To Pima Air & Space Museum, AZ
			1233 to civil registry as N4926E, N65760.  In 2014 was in museum in Oregon
			1234 crashed in 1951.
			1235 (c/n 51214) to civil registry as N4927E, to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			1236 crashed in May 1954
1239		Kaman K-225
1240/1243	Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  Redesignated HU-16E in 1962.
			1240 (c/n 61) crashed in Gulf of Mexico Mar 6, 1967.  6 killed.  The aircraft failed to return from a rescue
				mission in response to a distress signal from a fishing boat near the Carrabelle sea buoy. 
			1241 (c/n 66) to MASDC as 42009 Oct 18, 1968.
			1242 (c/n 71) to MASDC as 42002 Mar 12, 1968
			1243 (c/n 73) to MASDC as 42033 Jun 1, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson, Arizona on behalf of
				Grumman Aerospace Corp, St. Augustine, Florida Mar 4, 1981.
1244/1251	Sikorsky HO5S-1G
			S-52-3 for US Coast Guard
			1244 (c/n 52051)
			1245 (c/n 52052)
			1246 (c/n 52053)
			1247 (c/n 52054)
			1248 (c/n 52055)
			1249 (c/n 52056)
			1250 (c/n 52057)
			1251 (c/n 52058) to civil registry as N54059. 
1252/1258	Sikorsky HO4S-2 
			Redesignated HH-19G in 1962.  C/ns from Helis.com
			1252 (c/n 55086) delivered to US Coast Guard Nov 15, 1951.
			1253 (c/n 55087) delivered to US Coast Guard Nov 15, 1951.  To civil registry as N17376, cancelled Aug 10, 2012.
			1254 (c/n 55088) delivered to US Coast Guard Dec 1, 1951.  To civil registry as N2842J, cancelled
			1255 (c/n 55096) delivered to US Coast Guard Dec 5, 1951.  To civil registry as N62255, expired Jun 30, 2012.
			1256 (c/n 55097) delivered to US Coast Guard Dec 3, 1951.  To civil registry as N1562.  DBR when hit power lines
				during positioning at Coeburn, Virginia Apr 23, 1972.  Registration cancelled Sep 4, 1973.
			1257 (c/n 55098) delivered to US Coast Guard Dec 10, 1951
			1258 (c/n 55099) delivered to US Coast Guard Jan 4, 1952.  Registered N17377 to Whisperjet, current.  DBR during
				precautionary landing at Waveland, Misssissippi Apr 17, 1970.  Presumably rebuilt.
				The helo preserved at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL is actually HRS-2 BuNo 130151
				restored as 1258.
1259/1267	Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Mogel G-64.  Redesignated HU-16E in 1962
			1259 (c/n 106) crashed New York Aug 22, 1957 during test flight.  Reversed
				aileron control cable rigging may have been the cause.  4 killed, 2 survived.
			1260 (c/n 116) delivered to USCG Apr 16, 1952.  To MASDC by 1969.  To N4844 Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson,
				Arizona.  To Aircraft Surplus Co, Inc of Tucson, Arizona in 1977.  Registration cancelled Nov 27, 2012.
			1261 (c/n 125)
			1262 (c/n 134)
			1263 (c/n 140) to MASDC.
			1264 (c/n 150)
			1265 (c/n 160).  To MASDC as 42008.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson, AZ on behalf of Grumman Aerospace
				Corp, St Augustine, Floridal  ToCampo de Marte AB, Brazil, open storage.  To N7027J with Island Flying
				Boats, Inc of Miami, Fl Apr 1989.  To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka, Florida Mar 1993.
				To Island Flying Boats, Inc, Opa Locka, Florida Apr 25, 1995.  Cancelled Jun 27, 2013.
			1266 (c/n 170).  To MASDC as 42027
			1267 (c/n 180).  Converted to UF-2G.   To Philippine AF as 1267
1268/1270	Bell HTL-5 Sioux
1271/1280	Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  Redesignated HU-16E in 1962
			1271 (c/n 247) crashed during attempted landing at St Paul Island, Alaska
				in bad weather Feb 8, 1967.  1 killed.
			1272 (c/n 259) delivered Apr 16, 1952.  To MASDC as 42037 Dec 15, 1976. To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson,
				Arizona on behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St. Augustine, Florida Dec 1, 1980.  To N7027F with
				Air Crane Inc of Opa Locka, Florida Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc of Miami, Florida Apr 1989.
				To Eugene R. Rlzinga of Hollywood, Florida Sep 11, 1989.  Cancelled Dec 7, 2007.   Scrapped c2007
			1273 (c/n 271) later became training aid at Elizabeth City, NC and was repainted as 9072 or 9172.
			1274 (c/n 317) to MASDC as 42011
			1275 (c/n 323) to MASDC as 42030.  To N330LL with Robert F. Carlson of Carson City, Nevada Mar 21, 2001.
				To Charles D. Wootan of Tucson, Arizona Apr 2007.  To Sean M. Scoot of Phoenix, Airzona Oct 31, 2007.
				Cancelled Apr 10, 2013.
			1276 (c/n 328) later became training aid at Elizabeth City, NC May 1971
			1277 (c/n 275) to MASDC
			1278 (c/n 287) crashed during water JATO demonstration at Salem, MA May 18, 1957.  2 killed.
			1279 (c/n 299)
			1280 (c/n 302).  Preserved at Rescue Heritage Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM painted as 51-071.
1281		Sikorsky HO4S-3 
			c/n 55459 delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 8, 1953.  Redesignated HH-19G in 1962.  To civil registry as N604X,
				cancelled Dec 22, 1975. 
1282/1283	Martin RM-1G
			Two commercial Martin 4-0-4 transports acquired in 1951 for use
				in logistical support duties.  Redesignated RM-1Z in 1952, then
				VC-3A in 1962.  Eventually transferred to US Navy as 158202 and
				158203.
1284/1287	Martin P5M-1G Marlin
			1284 to US Navy as BuNo 149825
			1285 to US Navy as BuNo 149826
			1286 to US Navy as BuNo 149827
			1287 to US Navy as BuNo 149828			
1288/1294	Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  Redesignated HU-16E in 1962
			1288 (c/n 365) Diverted to US Navy as 142358
			1289 (c/n 366) Diverted to US Navy as 142359.
			1290 (c/n 367) Diverted to US Navy as 142360
			1291 (c/n 368) Diverted to US Navy as 142361
			1292 (c/n 369) Diverted to US Navy as 142362
			1293 (c/n 370) to MASDC as 42048 Sep 9, 1981, later to USAF inventory
				as HP0087.  In 2013 was at March Field Museum
			1294 (c/n 371)  WFU Jun 27, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson, Arizona Dec 1, 1980.  to Grumman
				Aerospace Corp, St Augustine, Florida.  To N7028L to Air Crane, Inc of Opa Locka, Florida Jan 1989.
				To Island Flying Boats, Inc of Miami, Florida Apr 1989.  To South Florida Aviation Investments of
				Opa Locka, Florida Apr 25, 1995.  Stored unconvered at Tucson, Arizona.  Cancelled Aug 10, 2006.
1295/1297	Martin P5M-1G Marlin
			1295 to US Navy as BuNo 149829 in 1961
			1296 to US Navy as BuNo 149830 in 1961
			1297 to US Navy as BuNo 149831 in 1961
1298/1310	Sikorsky HO4S-3 
			Redesignated HH-19G in 1962.  c/ns from Helis.com
			1298 (c/n 55501) delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 24, 1953.  To civil registry as N1023 Dec 17, 1967, cancelled Jun 25, 2009.
			1299 (c/n 55502) delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 24, 1953.  Crashed into water while landing at Logan 
				Airport, Boston, MA Jun 24, 1956.  One killed, 2 other crewmen rescued
			1300 (c/n 55503) delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 24, 1953.  To civil registry as N15503 Jan 12, 1967, cancelled.
			1301 (c/n 55523) delivered to US Coast Guard Sep 11, 1953.  To civil registry as N1027.  Cancelled Apr 1, 1974 on
				export to Panama as HP-584
			1302 (c/n 55524) delivered to US Coast Guard Oct 5, 1953
			1303 (c/n 55525) disintegrated and crashed into water near Coast Guard Air Station
				Port Angeles, WA Jan 20, 1954.  All 5 onboard killed.	
			1304 (c/n 55548) delivered to US Coast Guard Oct 19, 1953.  To civil registry as N603X, cancelled Aug 6, 2013.
			1305 (c/n 55549) delivered to US Coast Guard Oct 19, 1953.  Flown in 1955 during Yuba City, California floods and
				crew saved 138 lives in 12 hours.  To civil registry as N17378, current.  Damaged near Supai, Arizona when
				operated by Indian Airways, presumably rebuilt.
			1306 (c/n 55709) delivered to US Coast Guard Jun 13, 1954.  Sold to Carson Helicopters Apr 30, 1969. 
			1307 (c/n 55710) delivered to US Coast Guard Jun 4, 1954.   To civil registry as N1028, cancelled, then C-GGRK, cancelled
				Sep 8, 1987.
			1308 (c/n 55729) delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 2, 1954.  Sold to Keystone Helicopters Mar 18, 1968.  Damaged when
				landing at Scotrun, Pennsylvania May 1, 1970.  Rebuilt.  Damaged after engine failure at Rushville, Ohio
				Jul 2, 1980.  To civil registry as N16861.  To USS Intrepid museum.  Restored to original over yellow USCG 
				paint scheme. Now in US Navy markings as 1308.
			1309 (c/n 55730) delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 8, 1954
			1310 (c/n 55746) delivered to US Coast Guard Jul 23, 1954.  Rotor struck part of ship while performing 
				medical evacuation from USS Pine Island off coast near San Diego, CA and crashed
				into sea Apr 25, 1961.  Both pilot and patient killed.		
1311		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  C/n 407.  Converted to UF-2G.  Redesignated HU-16E in 1962.  
				To MASDC as 42040 Nov 4, 1977, later to USAF inventory as HP0078.  
				To N3790U I. N. "Junior" Burchinall, Paris TX Jul 15, 1980.  Ti Western Aviation Contractors Inc, American Fork UT 1984. 
				To Wilson C. Edwards, Big Spring TX Oct 1989.  To Flying Boat Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Feb 1991. 
				To N114FB Flying Boat Inc / Chalks International Airline Fort Lauderdale FL Jul 1991. 
				To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 26, 1996.  To Paga Holdings LLC, Wilmington DE Jun 30, 2004. 
				To N7973B Paga Holdings LLC, Wilmington DE registered Jul 30, 2004. Operated by Billabong Clipper, Honolulu HI. 
				C of R expired Mar31, 2012.

1312		Martin P5M-2G Marlin
			To US Navy as BuNo 149832
1313/1317	Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Originally ordered US Navy as UF-1 141284/141288 but delivered to USCG as UF-1G.  All converted to UF-2G,
				later redesignated HU-16E Sep 1962.
			1313 (c/n 427) transferred from US Navy as 141284
			1314 (c/n 429) transferred from US Navy as 141285
			1315 (c/n 431) transferred from US Navy as 141286
			1316 (c/n 433) transferred trom US Navy as 141287.  Loaned to Icelandic Coast Guard as 1316, delivered Jan 9, 1969.  
				Returned to US Navy as 141287 May 1969.  
			1317 (c/n 435) transferred from US Navy as 141288.
1318/1320	Martin P5M-2G Marlin
			1318 to US Navy as 149833
			1319 to US Navy as 149834
			1320 to US Navy as 149835

1323/1331	Sikorsky HO4S-3G 
			Redesignated HH-19G in 1962.  C/ns from Helis.com
			1323 (c/n 551110) delivered to US Coast Guard Aug 30, 1957.  To civil registry as N1029 with Whisper Jet, current
			1324 (c/n 551111) delivered to US Coast Guard Aug 30, 1957
			1325 (c/n 551116) delivered to US Coast Guard Sep 30, 1957
			1326 (c/n 551117) delivered to US Coast Guard Sep 30, 1957.  Registered N1032 to Whisper Jet Aug 5, 1993, current.
			1327 (c/n 551125) delivered to US Coast Guard Oct 31, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1A-25 Dec 1967
			1328 (c/n 551126) delivered to US Coast Guard Oct 31, 1957.  To civil registry as N1033, cancelled Sep 16, 2013
			1329 (c/n 551135) delivered to US Coast Guard Nov 29, 1957
			1330 (c/n 551136) delivered to US Coast Guard Nov 29, 1957
			1331 (c/n 551146) delivered to US Coast Guard Jan 31, 1958.  To civil registry as N1564, cancelled Jul 15, 1974.
1332/1336	Sikorsky HUS-1G Seahorse
			Redesignated HH-34F in 1962
			1332 (c/n 58.985) to USAF as 63-7972.
			1334 to USAF as 63-7973.  
			1335 to USAF as 63-7974.
			1336 crashed into water in Gulf of Mexico while hovering near a 
				vessel in distress Nov 29, 1962.  One killed.
1337/1338	Bell HUL-1G Sioux
			Redesignated HH-13Q in 1962
			1337 WFU Dec 1967
			1338 WFU Dec 1967
1339/1342	Lockheed R8V-1G Hercules
			Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for USCG.  
			Later redesignated SC-130B, then HC-130G, then HC-130B
			1339 c/n 282-3529.  Ordered on USAF contract as 58-5396.  To MASDC
				as 45009, reallocated code CF0037.
			1340 c/n 282-3533.  Ordered on USAF contract as 58-5397.  To MASDC
				as 45003 Oct 14, 1982, reallocated code CF0031.	
			1341 c/n 282-3542.  Ordered on USAF contract as 58-6973.  To MASDC
				as 45008, reallocated code CF0036
			1342 c/n 282-3548.  Ordered on USAF contract as 58-6974.  To MASDC
				as 45002 Jul 29, 1982, reallocated code CF0032
1343			Sikorsky HUS-1G Seahorse
1344/1351	Lockheed R8V-1G Hercules
			Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for USCG.  
			Later redesignated SC-130B, then HC-130G, then HC-130B
			1344 c/n 282-3594.  Ordered on USAF contract as 60-0311.  To MASDC
				as 45001 Jul 22, 1982, reallocated code CF0033.
			1345 c/n 282-3595.  Ordered on USAF contract as 60-0312.  To MASDC 
				as 45007 Aug 26,1983, reallocated code CF0038
			1346 c/n 282-3638.  Ordered on USAF contract as 61-2081. After retirement used as ground trainer at MCAS Cherry Point.
				May still be there as a hulk. 
			1347 c/n 282-3641.  Ordered on USAF contract as 61-2082.  Some sources claim
				that this plane was not accepted by the USCG since it was surplus to needs
				and was taken on by USAF, but I have a photo of 1347 in Coast Guard
				livery and I have an e-mail from a retired Coast Guard member who flew 
				on this plane.  Plane was modified to carry an Aerial Oil
				Surveillance System and had video-recording capability.  Used 
				between 1973 and 1975 on the International Ice Patrol
				out of Newfoundland.  For a brief time it carried the name 
				"Hindenburg" on the crew entrance door.  Transferred to MASDC as 45006
				and reallocated code CF0039
			1348 c/n 282-3650.  Ordered on USAF contract as 61-2083.  Some sources claim that
				this plane was not accepted by USCG since was surplus to needs and taken on by USAF.
				Other sources claim that this plane was indeed in the USCG inventory.
				I have a reference from a couple of USCG members who flew on this plane, and
				I have a photo of 1348 in Coast Guard livery.  It was
				involved in a midair collision in 1968 with a Navy P-3 off Barbers Point, Hawaii but
				landed safely.  To MASDC as 45011, reallocated code CF0041
			1349 c/n 282-3745.  Ordered on USAF contract as 62-3753.  To MASDC as 45004,
				reallocated code CF0034.
			1350 c/n 282-3763.  Ordered on USAF contract as 62-3754.  To MASDC as
				45005, reallocated code CF0035.
			1351 c/n 282-3773.  Ordered on USAF contract as 62-3755.  To MASDC as
				45013, reallocated code 2G0005
1352/1379	Sikorsky HH-52A Sea Guard
			Coast Guard version of commercial Model S-62
			1353 suffered engine failure Nov 14, 1981 and executed an autorotation to the water
				in Coos Bay, OR but aircraft capsized.  One killed while
				attempting to escape
			1355 preserved at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			1356 preserved at AIRSTA Barbers Point, HI
			1357 preserved at Dillingham Airport, HI
			1359 to MASDC as 460005.  On display at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, CA
			1360 to MASDC as 460028.  Preserved at West Colorado Community College, Rangely, CO
			1362 composite with 1399
			1363 crashed in bad weather in mountains near Eureka, CA while on active search and rescue
				case Dec 22, 1964.  3 crew and 4 civilians killed.
			1364 (c/n 62.042) to MASDC as 460021.  To civil registry as N9166M.  Preserved at South Arkansas University of Technology, Camden, AR
			1365 in dump at Mesa, Falcon Field
			1366 to MASDC as 460018.  Later to Holloman AFB Range as range target.
			1367 on dump at Hurlburt Field, FL
			1368 to AMARC as 460018, preserved at Salt Lake Community College, Salt Lake City, UT
			1369 preserved Elizabeth City
			1370 preserved at Freedom Park, US Naval Museum, Omaha, NE
			1371 to HQ Unit Fort Bragg, NC
			1372 (c/n 62.050) to MASDC as 460033.  To civil registry as N3178Z.  Preserved at Central Missouri State University,
				Warrensburg, MO
			1373 to MASDC as 460006 Apr 14, 1986. Later to Holloman AFB Range as 
				range target
			1375 (c/n 62.053) to MASDC as 460022. Now at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
			1376 crashed Jan 17, 1979 at Opa Locka Airport, FL after midair collision during
				landing descent with a civilian helicopter in a takeoff climb.  There
				were no survivors.
			1377 to MASDC as 460034.  Preserved at Utah State University, Logan, UT
			1378 (c/n 62.056) noted Feb 2005 at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial
				Park, Mobile, AL
			1379 (c/n 62.057) to MASDC as 460002 Jan 13, 1986.  Later to Holloman
				AFB Range as range target.
1380/1381	Grumman VC-4A
			Model G-159 Gulfstream I used as VIP/staff transport
			1380 c/n 91, originally N791G.  Reserialled 02 Feb 4, 1969, later 03.
			1381 was cancelled
1382/1413	Sikorsky HH-52A Sea Guard
			Coast Guard version of commercial Model S-62
			1382 in 2009 was at US Coast Guard ALC hangar awaiting restoration for museum display
			1383 (c/n 62.064) preserved at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester, PA
			1384 (c/n 62.065) on a post at main gate of Air Station Elizabeth City, NC
			1385 (c/n 62.066) preserved West LA College, CA
			1386 (c/n 62.067) w/o Oct 27, 1984.
			1388 (c/n 62.069) to MASDC as 460023.  To civil registry as N4341Q.  Preserved at Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA
			1389 to MASDC as 460019.  Preserved at Delgado College, New Orleans, LA
			1390 (c/n 62.071) to MASDC as 460027.  To N8224Q.  Preserved at Pima County Air and
				Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			1392 in 2009 2as tied down on ramp at Elizabeth City NC MAP
			1393 seen on Eglin AFB range Dec 2006
			1394 (c/n 62.075) registered as N1394 with Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
			1395 to MASDC as 460012.  Preserved at Clover Park Vocational Technical
				Institute, Tacoma, WA
			1397 to MASDC as 460029.  Preserved at Texas State Technical Institute,
				Amarillo, TX.
			1398 to MASDC as 460010.  Seen at Pocahontas, AR airport Sep 18, 1995 as part of the airplane 
				mechanic school collection of Black River Technical College,
				Pocahontas, AR.  Stored 2010 at ALC Elizabeth City, NC hangar pending decision on possible restoration.
				Founded as Black River Vocational Technical School in 1972, the school is now a public, 
				two-year college ... renamed Black River Technical College in 1991
			1400 (C/n 62.085) to MASDC as 460036.  Preserved at Cochise Community College, Douglas, AZ
			1402 seen on Eglin AFB range Dec 1996.
			1403 (c/n 62.088) to civil registry as N19KA
			1404 (c/n 62.0890 crashed Jan 9, 1971 on summit of Mt Erebus in Antarctica. No one was injured, and the crew of two
				were rescued a few hours later.  The helo was never recovered, she is still there.
			1405 (c/n 62.090) to MASDC as 460038.  Preserved at Cochise Community College, Douglas, AZ
			1407 to MASDC as 460024.  Preserved at Lane Community College, Eugene, OR
			1409 to MASDC as 460026.  Preserved at North Michigan University, Marquette, MI
			1411 to Icelandic Coast Guard as TF-GNA
			1412 w/o Oct 1978
1414		Lockheed EC-130E Hercules
			c/n 382-4158. Originally ordered by USAF as 66-4299 and acquired by
				Coast Guard under USAF contract addendum.  Used as Loran 
				A & C calibration aircraft.  Later redesignated HC-130E.  To
				MASDC as 45014, reallocated code CF0049.
				Front fuselage noted Sep 23, 2006  at Empire State Aerosciences
				Museum, Schenectady County AP, NY
1415/1429	Sikorsky HH-52A Sea Guard
			Coast Guard version of commercial Model S-62
			1415 preserved at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
			1416 preserved at Broward College, Broward, FL
			1418 (c/n 62.102) to MASDC as 460032.  Preserved at South West Michigan College, MI
			1419 to MASDC as 460003 Jan 16, 1986
			1420 crashed on steep ridge in Molokai's Wailau Valley, HI Jan 7, 1982
				while responding to a distress call from a fishing boat in distress.
				3 killed.
			1421 to MASDC as 460009  Jul 1, 1986.  Ended up at Holloman AFB as a 
				range target
			1422 to MASDC.  Preserved at Pima County Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Had force landed in 
				Gulf of Mexico after striking mast of ship Aug 7, 1982.  Obviously salvaged.
			1423 cockpit section preserved at National Museum of Naval 
				Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			1424 (c/n 62.112) to MASDC as 460016.  Preserved at Hill AFB
			1425 in 2009 was tied down on ramp behind US Coast Guard Technical Training Center
				in Elizabeth City, NC
			1426 (c/n 62.114) at North Valley Occupation Center, Van Nuys, CA
			1427 broke up and crashed at Bates Field Oct 22, 1981.  4 killed.
			1428 (c/n 62.116) modified in early 1980s to carry an experimental
				FLIR system.  Was at New England Air Museum Jul 11, 1992.  Noted 
				still there May 2006.
			1429 noted displayed on USS Enterprise Sea, Air, and Space Museum Nov 8, 2008
1430/1438	Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican
			Variant of USAF's Jolly Green Giant version of S-61
			1430 (c/n 61-586) to AMARC as 440027 Nov 23, 1992
			1431 (c/n 61-593) to AMARC as 440041 Sep 27, 1993
			1432 (c/n 61-597) crashed Feb 18, 1979 while performing a medical evacuation fro
				a Japanese fishing vessel in North Atlantic.  Forced to land in
				heavy seas, waves overturned the helicopter, and only one of the
				five crewmembers survived.
			1433 (c/n 61-598) in storage at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 2006
			1434 (c/n 61-599) to AMARC as 440028 Dec 9, 1992.
			1435 (c/n 61-600) to AMARC as 440023 Jul 16, 1992
			1436 (c/n 61-601)
			1437 (c/n 61-602) to AMARC as 440026 Oct 26, 1992
			1438 (c/n 61-603) to AMARC as 440036 Jul 1, 1993.
1439/1450	Sikorsky HH-52A Sea Guard
			Coast Guard version of commercial Model S-62
			1439 to MASDC as 460035
			1440 to MASDC as 460011 Jul 16, 1986
			1441 to MASDC as 460017.  Preserved at Salt Lake Community College, Salt
				Lake City, UT
			1442 c/n 62.125
			1443 c/n 62.126
			1444 c/n 62.127.  to MASDC as 460037.  Preserved at Thieves River Falls
				Tech Institute, MN
			1445 c/n 62.128
			1446 c/n 62.129.  To MASDC as 460014l.  Fuselage noted 2009 at Lake Superior College Aircraft
				Rescue and Fire Fighting Training Center.
			1447 c/n 62.130.  TO MASDC as 460031.  At Olympic Flight Museum, WA Jun 2006
			1448 c/n 62.131.  Crashed into Illinois River Jan 20, 1977 while performing an
				serial ice patrol.  Stuck electrical transmission wires.  4 killed.
			1449 c/n 62.132
			1450 c/n 62.133.  Preserved at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ
1451		Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
			d/n 382-4142.  Transferred from the USAF in 1984, original serial being 65-0987.  Given this serial number to
				match up with 1452/1454.  Returned to USAF late 1986.
1452/1454	Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
			Acquired by Coast Guard under USAF addendum.  All returned to USAF.
			1452 c/n 382-4255.  Originally ordered by USAF as 67-7183.  To MASDC
				as 45015 and transferred to USAF inventory as CF0043
			1453 c/n 382-4260.  Originally ordered by USAF as 67-7184.  Was 1000th
				C-130 produced by Lockheed.  To MASDC
				as 45012 and transferred to USAF inventory as CF0045
			1454 c/n 382-4265.  Originally ordered by USAF as 67-7185.  To MASDC
				as 45010 and transferred to USAF inventory as CF0044.
1455/1466	Sikorsky HH-52A Sea Guard
			1455/1463 c/n 62-134/142.  Coast Guard version of commercial Model S-62
			1455 preserved at Aviation Hall of Fame, New Jersey, NJ
			1458 crashed into Gulf of Mexico Nov 26, 1969 while searching for two
				fisherman who were not lost.  3 killed.
			1459 preserved at Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL
			1460 to MASDC as 460008.  Preserve at Winona Tech Institute, Winona, MN
			1462 preserved at NAS Wildwood, Rio Grande, NJ
			1463 (c/n 62.142) to MASDC as 460020.  Preserved at Central Missouri State University,
				Warrensburg, MO
			1464 to MASDC as 460030.  Preserved at Winona Tech Institute, Winona, MN
			1465 to MASDC as 460015 Sep 17, 1986.  Preserved at Federal Law Enforcement
				Training Center, NM
			1466 preserved at Selfridge ANGB.
1467/1497	Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican
			Variant of USAF's Jolly Green Giant version of S-61
			1467 (c/n 61.629) to AMARC as 440035 May 27, 1993.  At Blackhawk Tech College aircraft mechanic 
				school at Janesville, WI airport May 21, 2004.
			1468 (c/n 61.630) to AMARC as 440016 Jan 16, 1992.  At Blackhwawk Technical College
				aircraft mechanic school at Janesville, WI airport 
			1469 (c/n 61.631) to AMARC as 440014 Sep 27, 1991.  Was sunk in Lake Tenkiller, OK by a dive school.
			1470 (c/n 61.632) in 2009 was at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale as training aid
			1471 (c/n 61.633) crashed into water in Gulf of Alaska Aug 7, 1981 while performing
				a hoist to a distressed fishing vessel in bad weather.  Crew
				of 4 drowned after egressing the inverted aircraft.  Helicopter
				was recovered and taken back to Kodiak.  To AMARC as 440021 Apr 30, 1992.  
				To PA Exchange of Prat, Kansas Sep 5, 1995.  At Freedom Museum USA, Pampa, TX May 2006.
			1472 (c/n 61.634) to AMARC as 440030 Mar 22, 1993.  To civil registry as N500XL.  Collided with trees during forced
				landing near Wellington, NV Jun 10, 2000.  2 injured.
			1473 (c/n 61.635) struck a high cliff and fell to the beach below on Ugak Island off Kodiak, AK
				Nov 2, 1986.  All 6 onboard killed.
			1474 (c/n 61-636) crashed into Gulf of Mexico W of Sarasota, FL Dec 16, 1972 while
				responding to distress call from a sinking fishing vessel.  4 crew
				killed, plus four crewmen rescued from the sinking fishing vessel.
			1475 (c/n 61.637) preserved at Technical College, Milwaukee, WI
			1476 (c/n 61.638) to AMARC as 440018 Feb 14, 1992.  Preserved at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			1477 (c/n 61.639) to AMARC as 440020 Apr 13, 1992.
			1478 (c/n 61.640) to AMARC as 440031 Mar 26, 1993.  Noted dumped near terminal at Bellingham IAP, WA Aug 2007.
			1479 (c/n 61.641) to AMARC as 440029 Mar 4, 1993.  At Blackhawk Technical College
				aircraft mechanic school at Janesville, WI
			1480 (c/n 61.657) to AMARC as 440032 Mar 29, 1993.  Was at Kenosha Military Museum, Kenosha, WI
				Jul 2006
			1481 (c/n 65.658) to AMARC as 440025 Sep 4, 1992
			1482 (c/n 65.659) to AMARC as 44040 Sep 23, 1993
			1483 (c/n 65.660) crashed Jan 29, 1979 off coast of Mexico while performing SAR mission for a vessel
				reported run aground.  Aircraft rolled and inverted, but remained
				afloat.  2 survived, 2 killed.  To AMARC as 440039 Sep 21, 1993.  At Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
			1484 (c/n 65.661)to AMARC as 440038 Aug 20, 1993.  In 2009 was restored and converted into a cottage
				at Winivian Resort, Litchfield, CT
			1485 (c/n 61.662) to AMARC as 440042 Jan 5, 1994.  To civil registry as N485KM.  Was at Kenosha Military Museum, WI, but this museum has now closed.
				May now be at Russell, IL Military Museum.
			1486 (c/n 61.663) WFU Jul 22, 1993.  Preserved at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			1487 (c/n 61.664) to AMARC as 440037 Jul 22, 1993.  At Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 2006.
			1488 (c/n 61.665) to AMARC as 440022 Jun 4, 1992.
			1489 (c/n 61.666) to AMARC as 440019 Mar 12, 1992
			1490 (c/n 61-667) to AMARC as 440034 Apr 9, 1993.  Noted dumped near terminal at Bellingham IAP, WA Aug 2007.
			1491 (c/n 61.668) to AMARC as 440033 Mar 30, 1993
			1492 (c/n 61.669) to AMARC as 440043 Jar 17, 1994.  Do civil registry as N492KM.  Was at Kenosha Military Museum, WI, but this museum has now closed.
				May now be at Russell, IL Military Museum.
			1493 (c/n 61.670) to AMARC, to civil registry as N62EV to Evergreen Helicopters in McMinnville, OR as spare
				parts source.  Scrapped Feb 2009.
			1494 (c/n 61.671) to AMARC as 440015 Oct 19, 1991.  Noted in scrap yard at Bellingham, WA Mar 2, 2005.
			1495 (c/n 61.672) to AMARC as 440024 Aug 12, 1992
			1496 (c/n 61.673)  to AMARC as 440017 Jan 24, 1992.
			1497 (c/n 61.674) to civil registry as N63EV.  Preserved at Kenosha MAP, WI

1500/1504	Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
			Acquired by Coast Guard under USAF contract addendum.
			1500 c/n 382-4501.  Originally ordered by USAF as 72-1300.  In 2010 was at CGAS Clearwater
			1501 c/n 382-4507.  Originally ordered by USAF as 72-1301.  In 2010 was at CGAS Clearwater
			1502 c/n 382-4513.  Originally ordered by USAF as 72-1302.  In 2011 was at CGAS Clearwater
			1503 c/n 382-4528.  Originally ordered by USAF as 73-0844.  In 2009 was tied down on ramp behind
				Coast Guard Barracks in Elizabeth City, NC.   In 2011 was at CGAS Clearwater
			1504 c/n 382-4529.  Originally ordered by USAF as 73-0845.  In 2009 was painted in 1950s Coast
				Guard paint scheme to celebrate 50 years of C-130s in Coast Guard inventory.  Used as a
				prototype test aircraft.  In 2011 was at CGAS Elizabeth City

1600/1603	Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
			Acquired by Coast Guard under USAF contract addendum
			1600 c/n 382-4764.  Originally ordered by USAF as 77-0320.
				Crashed on Attu Island, Alaska July 30, 1982.  2 killed, rest
				of crew survived.  Air-Britain quotes the C/n as 4757
			1601 c/n 382-4762.  Originally ordered by USAF as 77-0319.
				To AMARC as 450018 Aug 13, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				Air-Britain quotes the c/n as 4760
			1602 c/n 382-4760.  Originally ordered by USAF as 77-0318.  
				To AMARC as 450017 Aug 10, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				Air Britain quotes the c/n as 4762
			1603 c/n 382-4757.  Originally ordered by USAF as 77-0317.
				Air-Britain quotes the c/n as 4764.  In 2009 had been disassembled at ALC Elizabeth
				City, NC and sold for scrap.
				
1700/1721	Lockheed HC-130H7 Hercules
			Acquired by Coast Guard under USAF contract addendum
			1700 c/n 382-4947.  Originally ordered by USAF as 82-0081
			1701 c/n 382-4958.  Originally ordered by USAF as 82-0082
			1702 c/n 382-4966.  Originally ordered by USAF as 82-0083
			1703 c/n 382-4967.  Originally ordered by USAF as 82-0084
			1704 c/n 382-4969.  Originally ordered by USAF as 82-0085
			1705 c/n 382-4993.  Originally ordered by USAF as 83-0007.  Lost Oct 31 (29?), 2009 as result of midair collision
				with Marine Corps AH-1 Cobra BuNo 164596 helicopter 15 mi E of San Clemte Island off the coast of San Diego during
				night SAR operations.  7 lost on C-130 and 2 on AH-1.
			1706 c/n 382-4996.  Originally ordered by USAF as 83-0505
			1707 c/n 382-4999.  Originally ordered by USAF as 83-0506
			1708 c/n 382-5002.  Originally ordered by USAF as 83-0507
			1709 c/n 382-5005.  Originally ordered by USAF as 83-0508
			1710 c/n 382-5028.  Originally ordered by USAF as 84-0479.  Ran off runway while landing
				at St Paul Island, AK Jun 28, 2006, extensive damage to underside of nose and
	`			fuselage plus damage to starboard wingtip and no. 4 engine.
			1711 c/n 382-5031.  Originally ordered by USAF as 84-0480
			1712 c/n 382-5033.  Originally ordered by USAF as 84-0481
			1713 c/n 382-5034.  Originally ordered by USAF as 84-0482
			1714 c/n 382-5035.  Originally ordered by USAF as 85-0051
			1715 c/n 382-5037.  Originally ordered by USAF as 85-0052
			1716 c/n 382-5023.  Originally ordered by USAF as 85-1360
			1717 c/n 382-5104.  Originally ordered by USAF as 86-0420
			1718 c/n 382-5106.  Originally ordered by USAF as 86-0421
			1719 c/n 382-5107.  Originally ordered by USAF as 86-0422
			1720 c/n 382-5120.  Originally ordered by USAF as 87-0156.
			1721 c/n 382-5121.  Originally ordered by USAF as 87-0157.
				Converted to EC-130V.  Returned to USAF in 1994, and used
				by US Navy as 870157

1790		Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
			c/n 382-4931.  serialled 1790 to commemorate year of establishment of USCG

2001/2009	Lockheed Martin HC-130J Hercules
			2001 c/n 5524
			2002 c/n 5533
			2003 c/n 5534
			2004 c/n 5535
			2005 c/n 5541
			2006 c/n 5542.  Was first missionized HC-130J accepted into USCG
				service Feb 29, 2008 following upgrade by Lockheed Martin.
			2007/2009 to be delivered in 2016.

2101/2141	Dassault-Breguet HU-25A Guardian
			Coast Guard version of Mystere 20 business jet marketed in USA as Falcon 20
			2101 (c/n 374) had test registration of N1945F.  To HU-25B.  Scrapped hulk at Coast
				Guard Aircraft Repair and Supply Center, Elizabeth City, NC.  Report dated
				Feb 2009 suggest that fuselage may be at Aviation Technical Training Center,
				Elizabeth City, NC
			2102 (c/n 386) had test registration of N149F.  To HU-25D.  TO AMARC as 410010
				May 1, 1995.  Restored to active service May 5, 1999.
			2103 (c/n 394) had test registration of N178F.  To HU-25B.  WFU.  Used for support
				of testing at Sandia Labs, NM.  Reported Feb 2009 stored at Albuquerque IAP.
			2104 (c/n 390) had test registration of N173F.  To HU-25C+.  Retired at Cape Cod Jun 21, 2013.
				For display at USCG Air Station, Astoria, Oregon
			2105 (c/n 398) had test registration of N183F.  To HU-25D.  To AMARC as 410011 Jul 1, 1995,
				restored to active service Jul 7, 1999
			2106 (c/n 402) had test registration of N187F.  To AMARC as 410007 Apr 7, 1995.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2107 (c/n 409) had test registration of N497F.  To AMARC as 410018 Sep 4, 2001.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2108 (c/n 405) had test registration of N405F.  To AMARC as 410015 May 27, 1997,
				returned to service Nov 3, 1999, back to AMARC as 410016 Aug 10, 2001.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2109 (c/n 407) had test registration of N406F.  To AMARC as 410012 Jul 11, 1995,
				to Coast Guard Aircraft Repair and Supply Center, Elizabeth City, NC Jan 4, 2000.
				Strapped hulk still there.
			2110 (c/n 411) had test registration of N408F.  
			2111 (c/n 413) had test registration of N410F.  To HU-25B.  Hulk sunk as artificial
				reef off North Carolina May 3, 2006
			2112 (c/n 415) had test registration of N413F.  To HU-25C+, later to HU-25D.  Retired at Cape Cod 
				Jun 21, 2013. To NASA Langley
			2113 (c/n 417) had test registration of N416FJ.  To HU-25D.  To AMARC Apr 6, 1995 as 410006.
				Restored to active service Feb 18, 1999.
			2114 (c/n 418) had test registration of N417F.  To HU-25D.  To AMARC as 410014 Jul 25, 1995.  
				Restored to active service Mar 31, 1999
			2115 (c/n 419) had test registration of N419F.  To AMARC as 410017 Sep 4, 2001.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Scheduled to go to Pima Air And Space Museum, Arizona.
			2116 (c/n 420) had test registration of N420F.  Converted to HU-25D.
				To AMARC as 410005 Apr 25, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2117 (c/n 421) had test registration of N422F.  To HU-25D
			2118 (c/n 423) had test registration of N423F.  To HU-25B
			2119 (c/n 424) had test registration of N424F.  To AMARC Jan 19, 1994 as 410002.  Scrapped 2002.
			2120 (c/n 425) had test registration of N425F.  
			2121 (c/n 431) had test registration of N429F
			2122 (c/n 433) had test registration of N432F.  To HU-25B.  To AMARC as 410020 Sep 7, 2001.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2123 (c/n 435) had test registration of N433F.  To AMARC as 410003 Jan 19, 1994.
				Scrapped 2002.
			2124 (c/n 437) had test registration of N435F.  To AMARC Sep 26, 2001 as AC410022.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2125 (c/n 439) had test registration of N443F.  To AMARC as 410023 Jan 24, 2002.
				To HU-25B.  To NASA as N523NA May 28, 2004.  Reassigned to USAF Electronics
				Systems Command Mar 2006.  To civil registry as N448TB
			2126 (c/n 441) had test registration of N445F.  To HU-25B.  To AMARC Sep 26, 2001 as AC410021.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2127 (c/n 443) had test registration of N447F.  To HU-25D. To AMARC Jul 15, 1991 as AC410001.
				Restored to service Sep 3, 1999
			2128 (c/n 445) had test registration of N449F.  To AMARC Jul 20, 1995
				as 410013.  Returned to service Sep 3, 1999.  Made final flight at CGAS Miami Jun 1, 2011.  
				To N513YF, registered Apr 21, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc
			2129 (c/n 447) had test registration of N455F.  To HU-25C+, later to HU-25D
			2130 (c/n 450) had test registration of N458F.  To AMARC Apr 25, 1994 as 410004.  
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To N513XF, registered Apr 21, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc
			2131 (c/n 452) had test registration of N459F.  To HU-25C+, later to HU-25D
			2132 (c/n 454) had test registration of N461F.  To AMARC as 410019 Sep 6, 2001.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			2133 (c/n 454?) had test registration of N462F. To HU-25C+, later to HU-25D.  Made final flight at CGAS Cape
				Cod June 6, 2011.
			2134 (c/n 458) had test registration of N465F. 
			2135 (c/n 459) had test registration of N466F.  To HU-25C, later to HU-25D
			2136 (c/n 460) had test registration of N467F.  On display at main gate of Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
			2137 (c/n 462) had test registration of N470F.  To AMARC Apr 10, 1995 as 410008.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To N513VF, registered Apr 21, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc
			2138 (c/n 464) had test registration of N472F.  To AMARC Apr 13, 1995 as 410009.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To N513UT, registered Apr 21, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc
			2139 (c/n 466) had test registration of N473F.  To HU-25C+, later to HU-25D.  Suffered collapsed nose gear while
				landing at Eagle County Regional Airport, Gypsum, CO Nov 17, 2009.  To AMARC Oct 20, 2010.
				To N513ZF, registered Apr 21, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc.
			2140 (c/n 467) had test registration of N474F.  to HU-25C+
			2141 (c/n 371) had test registration of N1039F.  To HU-25C+, later to HU-25D

2121/2135	Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			Model G-64.  Serials 52-121/52-135 ordered by USAF as SA-16A, completed and delivere to USCG as UF-1G.  
				Redesignated HU-16E in 1962.  These conflict with the HU-25A serials, but they are not genuine
				Coast Guard serials, since they were derived from USAF numbers.
			2121 (c/n 348) ordered as 52-121.  Crashed during water takeoff Haines, Alaska Dec 14, 1954.  3 onboard
				killed.
			2122 (c/n 349) ordered as 52-122.  DBR Dec 19, 1955
			2123 (c/n 350) ordered as 52-123.  Crashed into Gulf of Mexico Sep 21, 1973 when a flare caught fire
				inside the plane and intense smoke incapacitated the crew.  6 killed.
			2124 (c/n 351/10C) ex USAF 52-124.  To civil registry as N16CE with Conroy Albatross Inc, Salisbury, Maryland
				in 1970.  Stored Salisbury, Maryland 1973/1979.  To N16CZ with Conroy Albatross Inc of Salisbury, Maryland
				Feb 27, 1992.  Noted stored at New Smyrna Beach, FL 1994/2005.  To N16ZE with Conroy Albatross Inc of
				Salisbury, Marylands registered Feb 28, 1992.  Expired Dec 13, 2013.  Not converted.
			2125 (c/n 352) ex USAF 52-125.  To MASDC as 42034 Jun 12, 1973.  To Dross Metals Inc, Tucson, Arizona Sep 4, 1979.
				To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine, Florida.  Not converted
			2126 (c/n 353) ex USAF 52-126.  To MASDC as 42019.  To N333CV with Robert F. Carlson of Carson City, Nevada
				Sep 20, 1998.  To Charles D. Wootan of Tucson, Arizona registered Jun 15, 2007.  Scrapped at Allied
				Aircraft yard, Tucson, Arizona.  Cancelled Aug 21, 2007. 
			2127 (c/n 354) ex USAF 52-127.  to MASDC as 420001 Mar 1, 1968
			2128 (c/n 355) ex USAF 52-128.  Crashed into mountain N of San Luis Obispo, CA Aug 7, 1967 while
				searching for an overdue vessel along the California coastline.
				5 crewmembers survived, 3 killed. 
			2129 (c/n 356) ex USAF 52-129.  On display since at least 1979 at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL
			2130 (c/n 357) ex USAF 52-130.  To MASDC as 420035 Aug 29, 1974.  To N1026A with Andrews University of Berrien Springs, MI 
				Mar 26, 1979.  To Wilson C. Edwards of Big Spring, Texas Mar 27 1990.  Cancelled Jun 17, 2002.  Stored with
				engines and parts removed at Big Spring, Texas 2002-2007.
			2132 (c/n 358) ex USAF 52-131.
			2132 (c/n 359) ex USAF 52-132.  To MASDC as 420005 Aug 22, 1968. To MASDC as 420023.  To USAF inventory
				as HP0079.  To Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC 1988.  Stored at AMARC 1988/1993.  To Aeropower II
				Inc.  To N226GR with Skybound Inc of Bealeton, Virginia, registered Aug 1, 1996.
			2133 (c/n 360) ex USAF 52-133
			2134 (c/n 361) ex USAF 52-134
			2135 (c/n 362) ex USAF 52-135. To MASDC.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona in 1973.  To Grumman Aerospace
				Corp of St Augustine, Florida.  To N7025Y with Island Flying Boats Inc of Miami, Florida Apr 1989.  To South
				Florida Investments of Opa Locka, Florida Mar 1993.  To Island Flying Boats Inc of Opa Locka, Florida,
				registered Jun 7, 1995.  Stored unconverted at Tucson, Arizonal  Cancelled Nov 13, 2012.	

2301/2318	EADS/CASA HC-144A Ocean Sentry
			CASA CN235-300 medium range maritime patrol aircraft.
			2301 delivered from Spain to Elizabeth City, NC Dec 21, 2006.  In 2014 assigned to USCG Cape Cod
			2303 in 2014 assigned to USCG Cape Cod
			2304 c/n C172
			2306 c/n C175
			2307 c/n C178
			2310 c/n C183
			2311 c/n C184 to Mobile.  Was at CGAS Cape Cod in 2014
			2312 at ATC Mobile in 2014
			2313 at CGAS Cape Code in 2014
			2414 at ATC Mobile in 2014
			2315 at ATC Mobile in 2014
			2316 at ATC Mobile in 2014
			2317 at ALC Elizabeth Cit in 2014
			2318 to be delivered in 2015.

2791		Sikorsky CH-3E
			c/n 61566.  To civil registry as 2791.

3501/3509	Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
			Model G-123.  Transferred to Coast Guard from US Navy.
			3501 (c/n A045) former BuNo 160698.  Caught fire and crashed short of runway 
				at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Aug 24, 1990.  All 4 onboard killed.
			3502 (c/n A023) former BuNo 159497.  Returned to US Navy
			3503 (c/n A019) former BuNo 159112.  Returned to US Navy
			3504 (c/n A033) former BuNo 160011.  Returned to US Navy
			3505 (c/n A028) former BuNo 159502.  Returned to US Navy
			3506 (c/n A072) former BuNo 161342.  Returned to US Navy
			3507 (c/n A004) former BuNo 158641.  Returned to US Navy
			3508 (c/n A035) former BuNo 160415.  Returned to US Navy
			3509 (c/n A039) former BuNo 160419.  Returned to US Navy

3937			Stinson OY-2G
			OY-1 BuNo 03937 from US Navy May 16, 1952.  Crashed in wooded area of Texas while looking for illicit distilleries
				for ATF/USCG Feb 11, 1958.  Pilot killed.

4101/4123	Aerospatiale HH-65A Dolphin
			Serials reallocated in 65... series
			4101 and 4102 serials allocated to trials aircraft, not used.
			4101 (c/n 6002) previously F-WZJT.  Became N60035 then
				went to Israeli AF as 901/4X-FJA, then back to USCG as 6598
			4102 (c/n 6003) previously F-WZJU.  Converted to HH-65B and reserialled
				6597.
			4103 allocated to static test airframe.  Returned to Aerospatiale,
				registered as N6040T
			4104 to Israel Defense Force as 905/4X-JFB.  W/o in Israeli service.
			4105 reserialled as 6543
			4106 reserialled as 6516
			4107 reserialled as 6553
			4108 reserialled as 6505
			4109 reserialled as 6538
			4110 reserialled as 6526
			4111 reserialled as 6539
			4112 reserialled as 6503
			4113 reserialled as 6501
			4114 reserialled as 6506
			4115 reserialled as 6502
			4116 reserialled as 6507
			4117 reserialled as 6504
			4118 reserialled as 6508
			4119 reserved
			4120 reserved
			4121 reserved
			4122 reserved
			4123 reserved

4357 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			56-4357 transferred from USAF.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1972, returned to
				service with USAF Nov 9, 1972.
4358 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			56-4358 transferred from USAF.  To MASDC Mar 20, 1972.

4375		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			56-4375 transferred from USAF

4505		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			55-4505 transferred from USAF.  To MASDC as CP0029 Mar 20, 1972.
				Preserved at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ

4507 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			55-4507 transferred from USAF

4509 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			55-4509 transferred from USAF

4529 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			55-4529 transferred from USAF.  To MASDC as CP0032 May 19, 1972  

4540 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			55-4540 transferred from USAF
4541 		Fairchild C-123B Provider
			55-4541 transferred from USAF Aug 26, 1958.  Crashed while shooting touch-and-go approaches at NAS Agana, Guam
				May 8, 1967.  No casualties.  Remains of plane used for crash proficiency training

4870 		Stinson OY-1G
			L-5 42-14870 from USAF Sep 18, 1948.  Crashed

4970 		Stinson OY-1G 
			L-5 42-14970 from USAF Sep 18 1948.  WFU May 28, 1952.

5025		Stinson OY-1
			Stinson L-5 42-15025 from USAF Sep 16, 1948.  WFU May 9, 1949

5060 		Stinson OY-1
			Stinson L-5 42-15060 from USAF Sep 9 1948.  WFU May 9, 1949

5490		Douglas R5D-4 Skymaster
			C-54G 45-490 transferred from USAF

5509 		Sikorsky HO4S-1 
			BuNo 125509 (c/n 55-009) transferred from US Navy.  w/o Jun 29, 1961 in Massachusetts, all onboard killed.

5781/5788	Convair HC-131A Samaritan
			52-5781/5788 transferred from USAF
			5781 to MASDC as 430019 Jul 28, 1981, to CS064.  Sold to DMI Aviation
				(scrapyard) at Tucson, AZ.
			5782 to MASDC as 430002 Apr 2, 1976, ex CS004
			5784 to MASDC as 430007 Apr 2, 1976, returned to Service Jan 21, 1977.  Back to
				MASDC as 430022 Mar 3, 1982.  To NASA as N54215 for testing of crew escape 
				system for the Space Shuttle.
			5785 to MASDC as 4300003 Apr 2, 1976, returned t service Jul 28, 1976
			5786 to MASDC as 430004 Apr 2, 1976, returned to service Sep 3, 1976.
				Crashed while landing at NAS Corpus Christi Jan 18, 1982.  2 of
				8 persons aboard suffered minor injuries.
			5788 became N4477Y.  Reported Dec 2008 preserved at Travis AFB.

5790/5796	Convair HC-131A Samaritan
			52-5790/5796 transferred from USAF
			5790 (c/n 53-10) to MASDC as 430016 Apr 30, 1976.  Returned to service same day.  
				Became N38HP.  Donated by Hawkins and Powers to Robins AFB Museum Aug 1988
			5791 to MASDC as 430018 Jan 4, 1977.  Held in reserve at MASDC as source of spare parts
			5792 to MASDC as 430001 Apr 1, 1976.  To N5575A
			5793 (c/n 53-13) to Coast Guard 1977.  To MASDC as 430012 Apr 2, 1976.
				To Baron Aviation Services Sep 1987 as N9168Y.  Bought by Race Cargo, Inc Dec 21, 1987.
				Leased by Regal Cargo Oct 1990.  Bought by Starship Airlines
				Mar 1992.  WFU and stored Oct 1995.  Leased by Aero Internationale
				Oct 1995 and registered as XA-TAP.  Name changed to Linea Aerea
				Mexicana de Carga Dec 1996.  Crashed on takeoff at Mexico City,
				Mexico Mar 31, 1998.  2 of 4 onboard killed.
			5794 to MASDC as 430005 Apr 2, 1976.  Returned to service Oct 14, 1976.  Now at Pueblo, Colorado Weisbroad Aircraft Museum.
				At some point in its career it was registered as N3999P
			5795 to MASDC as 430006 Apr 2, 1976
			5796 (c/n 53.16, HC-131A) to MASDC as 430014 Apr 2, 1976, held in reserve at MASDC as source of spare parts
				To civil registry as N3984A, then N327UW.  Sold to a user in Mexico in 
				2002.  Sale to Mexican user must have fallen through, since has reverted
				to N327UW.  Sold Oct 2006 to owner in Panama as HP-1614CTH
			
5798/5801	Convair HC-131A Samaritan
			52-5799/5801 transferred from USAF
			5798 to MASDC as 430015 Apr 2, 1976, held in reserve at MASDC as source of spare parts.
				Became N7029Z.
			5799 to MASDC as 430011 Apr 2, 1976, returned to service May 22, 1977.
			5800 to MASDC as 430010 Apr 2, 1976, returned to service Apr 1, 1977.
			5801 to MASDC as 430008 Apr 2, 1976, returned to service Feb 16, 1977.
			
5804		Convair HC-131A Samaritan
			52-5804 transferred from USAF and used unmodified by the training
				school at ARSC Elizabeth City.
5805		Convair HC-131A Samaritan
			to MASDC as 430017 Dec 8, 1976.  To N81599
5806		Convair HC-131A Samaritan
			52-5806 (c/n 53.26) transferred from USAF.  To MASDC as 430009 Apr 2, 1976, returned
				to service Mar 9 1977.  To MASDC as 430021 Oct 21, 1981, to CS0066.
				Registered N344MM for Silver Express Company, Inc.  W/o Jun 30, 1997 after engine
				failed on cargo flight after takeoff from San Juan -Luis Munoz Marin
				IAP, struck a palm tree and settled into water 3mi from runway.

6001/6056	Sikorsky MH-60J Jayhawk
			Transferred from US Navy
			6001/6032 were former BuNo 163801/163832
				6001 c/n 70622 converted to MH-60T
				6002 c/n 70623 converted to MH-60T
				6003 c/n 70651 converted to MH-60T
				6004 c/n 70654 converted to MH-60T
				6005 c/n 70655 converted to MH-60T
				6006 c/n 70661 converted to MH-60T
				6007 converted to MH-60T
				6008 c/n 701565 converted to MH-60T
				6009 c/n 701569 converted to MH-60T
				6010 converted to MH-60T
				6011 converted to MH-60T
				6012 converted to MH-60T
				6013 c/n 701581 converted to MH-60T
				6014 c/n 701585 converted to MH-60T
				6015 c/n 701588 converted to MH-60T
				6016 c/n 701698 converted to MH-60T
				6017 (c/n 701699) converted to MH-60T.  Crashed near La Push, WA, Jul 7, 2010 while on flight from Astoria, 
					Oregon to Sitga, Alaska.  3 of 4 onboard killed.
				6018 c/n 701700 converted to MH-60T
				6019 c/n 701701 converted to MH-60T
				6020 c/n 701702 crashed into Bering Sea Dec 8, 2004 after having rescued 7 crew members from a stricken Malaysian freighter.  
					3 crew members and one of the sailors were rescued, but 6 of the civilians were killed. Navy SH-60F was 
					acquired to replace it and was assigned the number of 6043.
				6021 c/n 701704 converted to MH-60T
				6022 c/n 701704 converted to MH-60T
				6023 c/n 701705 converted to MH-60T
				6024 c/n 701706 converted to MH-60T
				6025 c/n 701784 converted to MH-60T
				6026 c/n 701785 converted to MH-60T
				6027 c/n 701786 converted to MH-60T (MH-60T prototype)
				6028 c/n 701787 converted to MH-60T.  Crashed Mar 3, 2010 40 mi SE of Salt Lake City, UT while returning
					to home base at Elizabeth City, NC from providing security at Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada.  
					All 5 onboard survived.
				6029 c/n 701788 converted to MH-60T
				6030 c/n 701789 converted to MH-60T
				6031 c/n 701790 converted to MH-60T
				6032 c/n 701791 converted to MH-60T
			6033 c/n 701954 ex BuNo 164820 converted to MH-60T
			6034 c/n 701955 ex BuNo 164821 converted to MH-60T
			6035 c/n 701956 ex BuNo 164822 converted to MH-60T
			6036 c/n 701957 ex BuNo 164823 converted to MH-60T
			6037 c/n 701958 ex BuNo 164824 converted to MH-60T
			6038 c/n 701959 ex BuNo 164825 converted to MH-60T
			6039 c/n 702293 ex BuNo 165096 converted to MH-60T
			6040 c/n 702281 ex BuNo 164826 converted to MH-60T
			6041 c/n 702282 ex BuNo 165124 converted to MH-60T
			6042 c/n 702283 ex BuNo 167125 converted to MH-60T
			6043 c/n 701576 ex BuNo 164097 converted to MH-60T.  First conversion to MH-60T, nicknamed "Frankenhawk"
			6044 c/n 701682 ex BuNo 164445 converted to MH-60T 
			6045 c/n 701950 ex BuNo 164804 converted to MH-60T
			6046/6056 cancelled

6096		Sikorsky SH-60A
			Reported Feb 2009 inactive at Aviation Technical Training Center, Elizabeth City, NC

6500/6608	Aerospatiale HH-65A Dolphin
			6500 reported Feb 2009 inactive at Aviation Technical Training Center, Elizabeth City, NC
			6501 (c/n 6049) former 4113.  Converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65C, later to MH-65D
			6502 (c/n 6055) former 4115.  Converted to MH-65C
			6503 (c/n 6048) former 4112.  Converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65C
			6504 (c/n 6057) former 4117.  Converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65C
			6505 (c/n 6038) former 4108.  Converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65C.  With 14th CG District, crashed
				into sea off Sand Island, HI Sep 4, 2008.  3 of 4 crew members killed, the fourth missing.
			6506 (c/n 6050) former 4114.  Assigned to Travis City, MI.  Converted to MH-65C 
			6507 (c/n 6056) former 4116.  Converted to MH-65C, later to MH-65D
			6508 (c/n 6095) former 4118.  Converted to HH-65C, later to MH-65D
			6509 (c/n 6104) converted to MH-65C
			6510 (c/n 6105) converted to MH-65C
			6511 (c/n 6121) converted to MH-65C
			6512 (c/n 6123) converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65C
			6513 (c/n 6125) converted to MH-65C
			6514 (c/n 6127) converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65D
			6515 (c/n 6129) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6516 (c/n 6032) former 4106.  Converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6517 (c/n 6137) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6518 (c/n 6135) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6519 (c/n 6139) converted to HH-65C, then To MH-65D
			6520 (c/n 6160) converted to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6521 (c/n 6162) converted to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6522 (c/n 6164) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C
			6523 (c/n 6166) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C.  Crashed Apr 29, 2010 into Lake Huron near Port Huron, MI
				while on night training fight.  All three crewmen OK.  Airframe recovered Apr 23, 2010, with extensive damage.
			6524 (c/n 6167) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6525 (c/n 6169) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6526 (c/n 6044) converted to MH-65C
			6527 (c/n 6171) former 4110.  Converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6528 (c/n 6172) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6529 (c/n 6174) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6530 (c/n 6175) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6531 (c/n 6177) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6532 (c/n 6178) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6533 (c/n 6182) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6534 (c/n 6183) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6535 (c/n 6185) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C.  Crashed in Mobile Bay, Alabama Feb 28, 2012 during night
				training mission.
			6536 (c/n 6186) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6537 (c/n 6188) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6538 (c/n 6043) former 4105.  Converted to MH-65C
			6539 (c/n 6045) former 4109. Converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C.
			6540 (c/n 6189) converted to MH-65C
			6541 (c/n 6194) crashed into side of a cliff at Shelter Cove, CA Jul 12, 1994.
				All 4 onboard killed.
			6542 (c/n 6195) converted to MH-65C
			6543 (c/n 6025) former 4111. Converted to prototype MH-65D.  First flew as such Mar 17, 2009
			6544 (c/n 6197) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6545 (c/n 6198) converted to MH-65C
			6546 (c/n 6208) crashed into surf off Eureka, CA Feb 11, 2006 while rescuing several
				people in the water.  Crew survived without injury. The helo washed ashore.
			6547 (c/n 6221) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6548 (c/n 6222) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6549 (c/n 6223) crashed at sea off the coast of Northern CA Jun 8, 1997 while
				responding to a sailing vessel in distress.  All 4 onboard killed.
			6550 (c/n 6226) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6551 (c/n 6227) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6552 (c/n 6230) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6553 (c/n 6035) former 4107.  Converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6554 (c/n 6231) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6555 (c/n 6232) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6556 (c/n 6235) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6557 (c/n 6237) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6558 (c/n 6238) converted to HH-65C, then To MH-65D
			6559 (c/n 6241) converted to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6560 (c/n 6243) converted to HH-65B, later to MH-65C
			6561 (c/n 6243) converted to MH-65C
			6562 (c/n 6247) converted to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6563 (c/n 6249) converted to MH-65C
			6564 (c/n 6250) converted to MH-65C
			6565 (c/n 6253) converted to MH-65C
			6566 (c/n 6257) converted to HH-65B, then MH-65C
			6567 (c/n 6258) converted to HH-65B, then MH-65C
			6568 (c/n 6259) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6569 (c/n 6263) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6570 (c/n 6265) converted to MH-65C
			6571 (c/n 6266) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6572 (c/n 6267) converted to MH-65C
			6573 (c/n 6269) converted to MH-65C
			6574 (c/n 6270) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6575 (c/n 6271) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6576 (c/n 6272) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6577 (c/n 6274) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6578 (c/n 6275) converted to MH-65C
			6579 (c/n 6276) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C
			6580 (c/n 2677) converted to MH-65C
			6581 (c/n 6279) converted to HH-65C, then to MH-65D.  Suffered hard landing and rolled onto side at Arcata Airport, CA Apr 29, 2010.  
				No injuries to crew, but extensive damage to airframe.
			6582 (c/n 6280) converted to MH-65C
			6583 (c/n 6281) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6584 (c/n 6283) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6585 (c/n 6284) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6586 (c/n 6285) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6587 (c/n 6287) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6588 (c/n 6288) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6589 (c/n 6289) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6590 (c/n 6291) converted to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6591 (c/n 6292) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6592 (c/n 6293) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6593 (c/n 6295) converted to HH-65B, then to HH-65C, then to MH-65D
			6594 (c/n 6296) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C.
				Crashed while attempting to land at Ambrose light tower
				Aug 31, 1993.  Both crew killed.  Must have been repaired,
				since was listed as crashing in surf near Samoa Beach, CA
				Feb 11, 2006 while engaged in a search and rescue operation.
				All three crew members safely evacuated after it rolled over
				onto its port side.  A forth crew member, a rescue swimmer,
				had already left the helicopter and waded ashore safely.
				The damaged helicopter was later removed.  (AFM Apr 2006).
				Aircraft is being rebuilt a second time.  Suffered inflight
				fire in port engine nacelle Nov 6, 2007 and made emergency
				landing close to MCAS New River,NC.  Crew unhurt.
			6595 (c/n 6297) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6596 (c/n 6299) converted to HH-65B, then to MH-65C
			6597 former 4102 (c/n 6003) formerly serialled 4102.  Converted to MH-65C
			6598 former 4101 (c/n 6002) returned from Israeli AF, converted to HH-65B, later MH-65C
			6599 converted to MH-65D.  Reported Feb 2009 inactive at Aviation Technical Training Center, Elizabeth City, NC
			6601/6608 MH-65C

6513 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6513 (c/n 2966) transferred from US Navy Mar 1945.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6515 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6515 (c/n 2968) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Mar 1946 and returned to US Navy

6518 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6518 (c/n 2971) transferred from US Navy Feb 1944.  Withdrawn Apr 1946 and returned to US Navy

6519 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6519 (c/n 2972) transferred from US Navy Feb 1945.  Withdrawn Apr 1946 and returned to US Navy

6524 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6524 (c/n 2977) transferred from US Navy Feb 1945.  Withdrawn Jan 1946 and returned to US Navy

6535 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6535 (c/n 2988) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Apr 1946 and returned to US Navy

6542 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6542 (c/n 2995) transferred from US Navy May 1944.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6559 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6559 (c/n 3012) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Nov 1945 and returned to US Navy

6573		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6573 (c/n 3026) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Aug 1944 and returned to US Navy

6574 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6574 (c/n 3027) transferred from US Navy Feb 1944.  Withdrawwn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6576 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6576 (c/n 3029) transferred from US Navy Aug 1944.  Withdrawn Jun 1946 and returned to US Navy

6581 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6581 (c/n 3034) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6582 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6582 (c/n 3035) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6586 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6586 (c/n 3039) transferred from US Navy Aug 1944.  Withdrawn May 1945 and returned to US Navy

6589		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6589 (c/n 3042) transferred from US Navy Jan 1944.  Withdrawn Apr 1946 and returned to US Navy

6590 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6590 (c/n 3043) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn May 1945 and returned to US Navy

6593 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6593 (c/n 3046) transferred from US Navy Jan 1944.  Withdrawn Aug 1944 and returned to US Navy

6596 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6596 (c/n 3046) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6601 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6601 (c/n 3054) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Jul 1944 and returned to US Navy

6602 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6602 (c/n 3055) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Jul 1944 and returned to US Navy

6613 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6613 (c/n 3066) transferred from US Navy Jan 1944.  Withdrawn Jul 1946 and returned to US Navy

6615 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6615 (c/n 3068) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn May 1945 and returned to US Navy

6620 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner 
			BuNo 6620 (c/n 3073) transferred from US Navy May 1945.  Withdrawn Jun 1946 and returned to US Navy

6656 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6656 (c/n 3109) transferred from US Navy Mar 1944.  Withdrawn Aug 1944 and returned to US Navy

6663 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6663 (c/n 3116) transferred from US Navy Feb 1944.  Withdrawn Aug 1944 and returned to US Navy

6665		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6665 (c/n 3118) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Apr 1946 and returned to US Navy

6666 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6666 (c/n 3119) transferred from US Navy Feb 1944.  Withdrawn Jun 1945 and returned to US Navy

6678 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6678 (c/n 3131) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Oct 1944 and returned to US Navy

6694 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6694 (c/n 3147) transferred from US Navy Jan 1944.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

6707 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6707 (c/n 3160) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Aug 1944 and returned to US Navy.

6710		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6710 (c/n 3163) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Mar 1946 and returned to US Navy

6746 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6746 (c/n 3199) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Aug 1944 and returned to US Navy

6747 		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 6747 (c/n 3200) transferred from US Navy Dec 1943.  Withdrawn Sep 1944 and returned to US Navy

7004			Boeing C-22A
			staff transport version of 727 commercial transport.  To AMARC as AXLD0001
				Oct 25, 1991.  Did the Coast Guard actually fly this plane?

7176		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7176 (c/n 226) ex USAF 51-7176.  Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  Museum closed 
				Dec 2009.  Moved in Apr 2010 to Coast Guard Air Station, Clearwater FL for restoration and
				eventual display. Official Coast Guard records do not list 7176 as ever being on Coast Guard
				inventory, but during restoration it was discovered that at one time the plane was painted in Coast Guard livery.

7184		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7184 (c/n 237) ex USAF 51-7184.  Returned to USAF as 51-7184.

7188		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7188 (c/n 246) ex USAF 51-7188.  To MASDC Mar 14, 1973 as 42031, later 1U0059.  To N118DB with Dennis G. Buehn of
				Reno, Nevada Nov 1985.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp of St Augustine, Florida in 1988.  Open storage Tucson,
				Arizona 1988.  To Air Crane Inc of Opa Locka, Florida Dec 1988.  To Island Flying Boats Inc of Miami, Florida
				Feb 1989.  Cancelled Aug 18, 1992.  To G. A Romero of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Aug 10, 1992.  
				To Mexican Navy as MP-429.  To La Paz AB, Baja California, displayed as MP-429 2002/2005.

7209		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7209 (c/n 282) ex USAF 51-7209.  To USAF Museum, loaned for display at Luke AFB, Arizona and displayed as
				USAF 10047 1978-1988.   Transferred to McClellan AFB, CA Mar 1988-2005 in USCG insignia.  Transferred to
				CGAS Sacramento, California in 2005.

7213		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7213 (c/n 288) ex USAF 51-7213. To AMARC and displayed at main gate in 1987.  To Smithsonian Institution in
				Washington DC in 1987.  To Darryl G. Greenamyer of Ranch Santa Fe, Californis Oct 1988 as N7029C Oct 1988.
				To Nol J. Pedersen of Pacific Flying Fish Inc of Los Angeles, California and Manila, Phiulippines Feb 191
				Ditched off Hawaii on delivery flight to Philippines Jun 18, 1991. During cruise flight the aircraft lost 
				oil pressure in the number 2 engine. Flight could not be sustained using the remaining engine. According to 
				the pilot, the remaining engine would overheat when power was applied. The crew descended to just above 
				the water and tried to fly the aircraft in ground effect, but to no avail. They elected to ditch the 
				aircraft. During the landing, the aircraft received substantial damage and was almost immediately flooded, 
				causing the aircraft to sink. The crew escaped, but did not have time to retrieve emergency gear. 
				They were rescued after about 20 hours in the water. Evidence revealed that the pilot did not have a 
				pilot's certificate. No evidence could be found to indicate that the pilot had any experience in the 
				accident aircraft or with any sea plane. Since the aircraft sank, a cause for the engine problems 
				could not be determined.
7214		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7214 (c/n G-289) ex USAF 51-7214.  To Grumman Aerospace Jan 1982 and stored at St Augustine, FL.  To N1384D with 
				Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC Aug 2982.  Back to Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine, Florida Feb 1983.
				Stored St Augustine, Florida 1982-1988.  Cancelled Sep 21, 2012.
7215		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7215 (c/n 291) ex USAF 51-7215
7216		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7216 (c/n 292) ex USAF 51-7216.  Displayed at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York harbor, NY 1984-2001.
				Moved to Historical Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, New York

7218		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7218 (c/n 295) ex USAF 51-7218.  To MASDC as 42044 Jul 18, 1978. To Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC 1988. 
				To N7029F with Darryl G. Greenamyer, Rancho Santa Fe CA Oct 1988. To Amjet Aircraft Corp, Anoka County MN 
				Mar 22, 1994.  To Christian K. Harker, Birchwood WI, registered Jun 5, 2000, current.

7223		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7223 (c/n 303) ex USAF 51-7223.  To MASDC as 42028 Nov 2, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson, Arizona Aug 3, 1979. 
				To Robert F. Carlson of Carson City, Nevada Sep 14, 1998 as N712RV.  To Charles D Woodtan of Tucson, Arizona
				registered Jun 15, 2007.  Scrapped 2008.  Registration N712RV cancelled by FAA Jan 7, 2009 as destroyed.

7226		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7226 (c/n 307) ex USAF 51-7226.  To MASDC as 42041 Nov 22, 1977, later to USAF
				inventory as HP0080. Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. N5402G Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 
				Jul 1988.  To N226CG with Wilson C. Edwards, Big Spring TX, registered Jul 11, 1988, current. Flies 
				as "USCG 7226/San Francisco/The Goat/Centenary of Coast Guard Aviation
7227		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7227 (c/n 309) ex USAF 51-7227.  To MASDC as 42024 Sep 15, 1969, later to USAF inventory as HP0081.  To Smithsonian 
				Institution, Stuart FL.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 88.  Tp N70263 with Aircrane Inc, Opa 
				Locka FL Nov 9, 1988.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Feb 1989.  To Aircraft Sales & Leasing, Daytona 
				Beach FL Jul 1993.  To Western Aviation Maintenance, Mesa AZ Oct 5, 1994.  Moved to Mesa AZ
				by Oct 1995/1996 for convversion by Marsh Aviation to fire tanker with Garrett turbines: not completed. 
				To Marsh Aviation International, Mesa AZ, registered 26Apr99, current. Stored, Mesa AZ 00/08.	

7228		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7228 (c/n 310) ex 51-7228.  On loan from National Naval Aviation Museum to New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks,
				Connecticut since 1983.
7229		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7229 (c/n 312) ex 51-7229.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp of St Augustine, Flordia May 1988.
7230		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7230 (c/n 313) ex 51-7230.  DBR Sep 30, 1961

7232		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7232 (c/n 316) ex 51-7232.  To MASDC as 420038 Jan 8, 1977.  To Dross Metals Inc, Tucson, Arizona Mar 16, 1982.
				To Ray Wolfe of Las Vegas, Nevada Oct 2003.  Sold as a set for the movie *The Expendables*
7233		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7233 (c/n 318) ex 51-7233.  Crashed into side of mountain near Ketchikan, Alaska Jul 3, 1964 while searching for a grounded
				fishing vessel.  5 killed.
7234		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7234 (c/n 319) ex 51-7234.  To MASDC as 42042 Mar 21, 1978, later to USAF inventory as HP0086.
				N46978 reserved Feb 15, 1984, ntu, cancelled Jan 21, 2011

7236		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7236 (c/n 322) ex 51-7236.  Preserved at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
7237		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7237 (c/n 324) ex 51-7237.  Crashed into ridgeline of a mountain in
				Alaska Jun 15, 1967 while searching for a downed aircraft.
7238		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7238 (c/n 325) ex 51-7238.  To A. Wally McDonnell of Mojave, california in 1974.  Damaged in windstorm at Mojave,
				California Dec 30, 1974.  N4955E reserved Apr 28, 1984, ntu, cancelled Apr 26, 2011.  ZP-TWT noted Opa Locka,
				Florida Oct 1984.
7239		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7239 (c/n 326) ex 51-7239.
7240		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7240 (c/n 327) ex 51-7240.  To MASDC as 420015.  To N49115 with Wayne Williams, Addison TX Feb 13, 1984. 
				To Ronald W. Cox, Addison TX Dec 1984.  To Jet Fleet Inc, Wilmington DE Feb 1986. 
				To US Marshals Service: for sale at Dothan AL Jul 1991.  To Robert F. Carlson of Carson City NV Apr 1994. 
				To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Nov 1994.  To World Jet Inc of Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 1995. 
				To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Nov 1996.  To Bock Aviation, New Smyrna Beach FL Sep 27, 2000. 
				To New Smyrna Aviation Research Inc, New Smyrna Beach FL Sep 5, 2001.  To Kent C. Bangerter, Soldotna Alaska 
				Jun 11, 2002.  To Myra Horton Trustee, Moses Lake WA Jun 10, 2003.  To Teri Dunton, Irrigon OR Apr 26, 2007. 
				To John Parsons, Sparks NV, registered Jan 12, 2012, current.
7241		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7241 (c/n 329) ex 51-7241.  
7242		Grumman UF-1G Albatross 
			7242 (c/n 330) ex 51-7242.
7243		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7243 (c/n 331) ex 51-7243.  To MASDC as 42045 Oct 18, 1978.  To N1048G May 31, 1979.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, 
				St Augustine FL Dec 14, 1979.  Converted to G-111 by Grumman St Augustine Corp c1980.  To Smithsonian 
				Institution, Washington DC 1980.  To Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Nov 13, 1980.  To Flying Boat 
				Inc/Chalks International Airline Dec 1981.  To N120FB with Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Nov 1982. 
				To Chalks International Airline, Miami FL 1991.  To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 20, 1996. 
				Planned conversion to G-111T Turbo Albatross with TPE-331 turboprops not carried out.  To Albatross 
				Adventures Inc, Wilmington DE Oct 23, 2007. Crashed on takeoff, Fort Pierce-St Lucie FL Nov 5, 2009.
				On Nov 5, 2009, the aircraft was substantially damaged during a forced landing, following a total loss 
				of power in the left engine shortly after takeoff from St. Lucie County International Airport (FPR), Ft. Pierce, FL. 
				The intended destination for the flight was Okeechobee County Airport (OBE), Okeechobee, FL.  The two pilots 
				received no injuries and one additional crew member received minor injuries.  An eyewitness reported seeing 
				the airplane depart from runway 32 and become airborne near the intersection of taxiway "C7." While the 
				witness observed the landing gear begin to retract, the left engine began emitting several "loud pops" then 
				white colored smoke began to discharge from the exhaust. The witness reported hearing an increase in 
				engine noise and observed the airplane begin a left turn. The airplane then impacted terrain, went 
				through an airport boundary fence, and came to rest near an airport service road. In an interview with the 
				Safety Board the captain reported that while on the runway preparing for takeoff, they advanced the power 
				levers to achieve 30 inches of manifold pressure, checked all the engine gauges, then advanced the power 
				levers to 40 inches of manifold pressure, released the brakes, and "performed a normal takeoff." 
				During the initial climb, the captain commanded the gear to be retracted, shortly after the gear handle 
				was placed in the "UP" position; he heard a loud "bang followed by three to four smaller bangs." 
				The captain commanded the checklist to be run for an engine failure in flight. The first officer confirmed 
				that the left engine was the affected engine and immediately began feathering the propeller. Once the 
				propeller had been feathered, the captain confirmed the action by looking outside and noticing the 
				propeller in the feather position. According to the first officer the airspeed had "stagnated around 
				95 knots" and he increased the power levers to 52 inches of manifold pressure. The airplane still 
				did not accelerate and was turning slightly to the left, the airplane continued to turn slightly 
				to the left as though they were "on the backside of the power curve." Unable to achieve an airspeed of 
				greater than 95? to 96 knots indicated, the crew confirmed that the gear and flaps were in the retracted 
				or "UP" position; however, the captain was unable to center the slip/skid indicator completely. 
				During the attempt to return to the airport for an emergency landing the airplane was unable to 
				maintain altitude and the captain attempted to land on an airport perimeter road, impacting an airport 
				fence and a sand berm in the process. After the airplane came to rest, the captain shut down the engines, 
				fuel pumps, and other items required to secure the airplane. Both engines had approximately 3 hours since overhaul.

7244		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7244 (c/n 332) ex 51-7244.  On loan from USAF Museum to Oregon Museum of Science & Technology, Portland OR 1973/75. 
				To N55784 with Flying Boat Inc / Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Mar 1980. Converted to G-111 by 
				Grumman at Stuart FL 1980/81.  To N113FB with Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Jul 1982. Stored, Marana AZ 1987/2004. 
				To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 3, 1996.  To Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ May 24, 2012, current
7245		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7245 (c/n 334) ex 51-7245.  The aircraft was stationed at Coast Guard (CG) Air Station, Biloxi, MS in 1961, and 
				then at CG Air Detachment Quonset Point, RI in 1963.  To MASDC as 42043 Jun 28, 1978. The aircraft was 
				decommissioned from CG Air Station, Cape Cod in 1980.  To Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.  To
				Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 1988.  To N70262 with Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Nov 1988. 
				To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Feb 1989.  To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. 
				To World Jet Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 4, 1995.  To Don R. Johnson of Riddle OR May 31, 1995.  Mr Don Johnson
				donated the aircraft to the Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa CA, registered Feb 2, 1999, cancelled Mar 2, 2005.
7246		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7246 (c/n 335) ex 51-7246.  Modified in 1975 to test the AOSS [Airborne Oil Spill Surveillance] system.  To N29853 
				with Desert Air Parts, Tucson AZ Aug 21, 1981.  To Westair International Inc, Monument CO Mar 16, 1982. 
				To JE Investments Inc, Opa Locka FL Mar 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Jan 1990.  To John P. Morgan
				of Rockford IL Jan 5, 1996.  To John Shoffner / Aviation Management Resources Inc, Beckworth CA Sep 19, 1996. 
				To Flight Management Resources LLC, Beckworth CA, registered Feb 6, 2006, current.
7247		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7247 (c/n 336) ex 51-7247.  To N227S with Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC reserved Aug 25, 1979 but ntu.
				Cancelled Feb 16, 2011.  Since 1985 on display at Main Gate to USCG Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina
7248		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7248 (c/n 337) ex 51-7248.
7249		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7249 (c/n 339) ex 51-7249.  Delivered 16Nov53 to storage at AMARC. SOC 19Nov58 to USCG 7249 as UF-1G. 
				Converted to UF-2G 1960, re-designated HU-16E Sep62. Donated to Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC 
				Apr 26, 1978. Registered as N1043N Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC May 7, 1979. Converted to G-111 
				by Grumman St Augustine Corp c1979.  To N249S Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC Aug 1979. 
				To Resorts International Inc/Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Nov 13, 1980.  To Flying Boat Inc/Chalks 
				International Airline Jun 1981.  To N121FB with Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Jul 1982. Open storage 
				Marana Arizona 1987/88.  Based Singapore 1993/94.  To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 24, 1996. 
				Open storage, Mesa AZ 2002/2005.  To Paul Naude, Irvine CA Apr 13, 2005. Operated as Billabong Clipper, 
				Honolulu HI 2005.  Flew with Billabong Hawaiian titles.  To Albatross Adventures inc, Wilmington DE Apr 10, 2013, current.
7250		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7250 (c/n 340) ex 51-7250.  Was last flying USCG HU-16.  Retired Cape Cod, Massachusetts Mar 1983.  On display at 
				entrance to Coast Guard Air Station, Cape Cod, Massachusetts since 1985
7251		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7251 (c/n 341) ex 51-7251.  On loan from USAF Museum for display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX since 1985.

7254		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7254 (c/n 345) ex 51-7254.  to MASDC as 420047 May 25, 1979.
				On loan from USAF Museum to Travis AFB Museum, delivered Apr 8, 1989
7255		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
			7255 (c/n 346) ex 51-7255.  Used to break seven world class records from Floyd Bennett Field, NY during Aug/Sep62 
				and a straight line record from NAS Kodiak to NAS Pensacola Oct 25, 1962.  To Indonesian Naval Air Force/TNI-AL, 
				later to Indonesian Air Force/TNI-AU as PB-517, later IR-0117. Bandung AB, Indonesia, stored 1990/91. 
				To Indonesian AF Museum / Museum Dirgantara Mandala, Yogyakarta AB since 1993

7725		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
			7725 (c/n B-119) ex US Navy BuNo 87725.   To N329, cancelled Aug 16, 1976 on export to Indonesia as PK-LEG.  Damaged
				when struck a concrete buoy, senipah May 25, 1978.  W/o and stripped for spares in 1978

7782		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
			7782 (c/n B-35) ex US Navy BuNo 37782.  To Bureau of Weapons 1962 for testing of a Gruenberg super-cavitating 
				hydrofoil system.  To USMC Museum, MCAS Quantico VA.  To C-GOOS ntu. N68687; N742PC. Destroyed by bomb in 
				hangar, Long Beach CA Aug 28, 1987

7794 		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
			7794 (c/n B-47) ex US Navy BuNo 37794.  To civil registry as N782S
				
8101/8103	Schweizer RG-8A
			8101 former 85-0047, converted to RU-38A, tested as N62428
			8102 former 86-0404.  Crashed into sea off Puerto Rico early 1996.  
				Crew of 2 rescued

8168		Stinson OY-1G 
			L-5 42-98168 From USAF Sep 20, 1948.  WFU Ju 4, 1958

8293 		Stinson L-5
			L-5 42-98293 from USAF Sep 20, 1948.  Acquired for spares.  Scrapped Oct 14, 1948

8665		Stinson L-5
			L-5 42-98665 from USAF Sep 20, 1948.  Acquired for spares.  Scrapped Oct 14, 1948

8768		Stinson L-5
			42-98768 From USAF Sep 17, 1948.  Acquired for spares.  Scrapped Oct 14, 1948

9022		Sikorsky HRS-3
			129022 (c/n 55104) from US Marine Corps Jun 1961.  Returned to USMC as 129022 Jun 1963

9028		Sikorsky HRS-3
			129028 (c/n 55116) from US Marine Corps Jun 1961.  Stored Jul 1963 at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  To N4721.
				Noted at Academy of Aeronautics, Queens, NY in 1971.  Preserved as gate guard at British Columbia
				Aviation Museum, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, painted as a Royal Canadian Navy HO4S-2

9046 		Sikorsky CH-19E
			129046 (c/n 55164) from US Marine Corps Jun 14, 1961, delivered Jun 1963.  SOC Feb 18, 1965 at NAS Mayport, Florida.

9072		Grumman HU-16E Albatross
			Photo exists of this plane, taken at Elizabeth City, NC about 1975.  Believed
				to have been formerly 1273 or 1276 which had been permanently
				grounded due to wing spar corrosion and used as trainers for
				aircraft mechanics school.  9072 was the class number

9172		Grumman HU-16E Albatross
			Photo exists of this plane, taken at Elizabeth City, NC about 1975.  Believed
				to have been formerly 1273 or 1276 which had been permanently
				grounded due to wing spar corrosion and used as trainers for
				aircraft mechanics school.  9172 was the class number

9010		McDonnell Douglas MH-90 Enforcer
			 c/n 900-00010.  Tested for armed drug interdiction in 1999 and returned
				to MD Helicopters, Inc.  Serial based on c/n 

9014		McDonnell Douglas MH-90 Enforcer
			c/n 900-00014.  Tested for armed drug interdiction in 1999 and returned
				to MD Helicopters, Inc.  Serial based on c/n 

9015 		McDonnell Douglas MH-90 Enforcer
			c/n 900-00015.  Tested for armed drug interdiction in 1999 and returned
				to MD Helicopters, Inc.  Serial based on c/n 

9041/9042	McDonnell Douglas MH-90 Enforcer
			9042 c/n 900-00042.  Tested for armed drug interdiction in 1999 and returned
				to MD Helicopters, Inc.  Serial based on c/n 

9147		Douglas EC-54U Skymaster
			C-54E (c/n 27373) ex-USAAF 44-9147 transferred to USCG.  Later became LN-MOB
				("Moby Dick" of Bergen Air Transport) Sep 20, 1967 and 9Q-CFB Jun 3, 1977.

01658		Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 01658 (c/n 3216) transferred from US Navy May 1945.  Withdrawn May 1946 and returned to US Navy

01663 	Martin PBM-3C Mariner
			BuNo 01663 (c/n 3221) transferred from US Navy May 1945.  DBR in crash, remains returned Jan 1946 to US Navy

01680 	Martin PBM-3D Mariner
			BuNo 01680 (c/n 3238) transferred from US Navy May 1945.  Withdrawn Jun 1946 and returned to US Navy

05049 	Lockheed R5O-4
			c/n 2175 Bu No 05049 transferred from US Navy to Coast Guard at Elizabeth City Jul 31, 1946.  
				Crashed between Baltimore and Washington, DC  Jan 24, 1948, killing all 4 onboard.

12447		Lockheed R5O-4
			c/n 2240.  Transferred from US Navy to US Coast Guard by 1951		

12453 	Lockheed R5O-4
			c/n 2280.  Transferred to US Coast Guard at Elizabeth City, NC Sep 1, 1944.  WFU Jul 31, 1946.

12456 	Lockheed R5O-5
			c/n 18-2283.  Transferred to US Coast Guard at Elizabeth City, NC Apr 3, 1946. TO N55C, N504W.  Converted to
				Howard 250.  TO N504H, N504W

29664 	Beech SNB-2C
			c/n 7163.  Transferred to US Coast Guard from US Navy.  Returned to US Navy.

34008		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy

34727 	Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
		Transferred from US navy to US Coast Guard Traverse City Jul 1946.  SOC Sep 3, 1946.

39042		Sikorsky HNS-1
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy
39043		Sikorsky HNS-1
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy
39045		Sikorsky HNS-1
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy
39051		Sikorsky HNS-1
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy

44633 	Beech JRB-4
			BuNo 44633 c/n 8431 transferred from US Navy in 1959.  To N5552A in 1959.

48214		Martin PBM-3D Mariner
			BuNo 48214 (c/n 7968) transferred from US Navy Oct 1945.  Withdrawn Jun 1946 and returned to US Navy.

48314		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy

51269 	Beech JRB-5
			c/n 5596.  Transferred to USCG from US Navy 1945-1949

59148		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy

59158		Martin PBM-5G Mariner
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy

66440 	Beech JRB-4
			Transferred to USCG from US Navy in 1945.  Sold on commercial market in 1959 as N6569D

66469 	Beech JRB-4
			 C/n 8698 transferred to USCG from US Navy in 1945.   To civil registry as N1553V. Preserved at Commemorative Air force,
				Midland, Texas.

77245		Douglas-Long Beach PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85806 used by US Coast Guard.  Sold on commercial market Dec 1955 as
			N7739B and later re-registered as N117W.  Sold to Bolivian operator as CP-762.  Crashed Dec 10, 1964
			La Paz, Bolivia and scrapped.
77246		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85812 transferred from Navy.
			To Coast Guard Aug 12, 1946.  SOC Feb 14, 1958.   Sold on civilian market as 
			N4710C.  Crashed May 8, 1976 while serving as sprayer.
77247		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85821 transferred from Navy.
			To Coast Guard Jul 29, 1946.  SOC Jul 29, 1958.  Sold on commercial market Jul 1958 as N2873G.
			Resold to Peruvian operator as OB-SAA-532 and
				 		 later re-registered as OB-R-532. Fate uncertain, but there
						 is a report that the plane was involved in a mid 1960s
						 crash and that the airframe has been disassembled in
						 South America and is to be shipped to British Columbia.

77248 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85822 transferred from Navy.
			To Coast Guard Jan 9, 1946.  SOC Jun 10, 1948.
			May have been returned to Navy in 1949 and reserialed 84000
77249 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85823 transferred from Navy.
			To Coast Guard Jul 17, 1947.  SOC Aug 20, 1958.  sold on commercial market Aug 1958 to Widtfeldt and Beigert as N3192G and
				 		 later re-registered as N8055E.  Destroyed Mar 1960.
77250 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85824 transferred from Navy.
			To Coast Guard Jul 29, 1946.  SOC Dec 17, 1957
			Noted ca 1958 with registration N4711C roughly
			painted on over USCG colors, Later reregistered as N8055E, and then N9347R. By 1960 was CP-964 with Servicios
			Aereos Cochabamba.  W/o at La Paz/El Alto, Bolivia Dec 18 1962.
			Registrations N110V and N8055E have been associated (possibly
			incorrectly) with this aircraft.
77251 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85825 transferred from Navy.
			To Coast Guard Oct 4, 1946.  SOC May 1958.  sold on commercial market as N7901C. Destroyed by fire Oct 1959
77252 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85826 transferred from Navy.
			To US Coast Guard Oct 6, 1946.  DBR in accident four
			days later at CGAS San Francisco Oct 10, 1946.
77253 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85827 transferred from Navy.
			To US Coast Guard Dec 27, 1946.  Overshot runway at
			NAS Sand Point, Washington Aug 26, 1953 after brake failure and ended
			up in Lake Washington near Seattle.  Pulled from lake and sold for
			salvage to Bob Sturges of Troutdale, OR, who trucked dismantled airframe
			to Sturge's Columbia Automotive, parts sold off to support civil
			Fortress fleet until remnants scrapped.
77254 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85828 transferred from Navy as BuNo 77254.
			To Coast Guard Oct 14, 1946.  77254 was last Fortress in US military 
			service (other than target drones and directors) flying its last 
			mission Oct 14, 1959 with USCG.  Sold on civilian market in 1959 as N9323R. Operated as sprayer and
			tanker .  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Ducson Dec 7, 1980-2012.  Initially displayec as 485828.  Now on display 
			at 390th Memorial Museum at Pima Air and Space Museum at Tucson, AZ painted as 
			B-17G-30-BO 42-31892, named "I'll Be Around".	
77255 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85829 transferred from Navy as BuNo 77255.
			To Coast Guard Jul 27, 1946.  SOC Sep 10, 1958.  Sold on civilian market as N3193G and flown as sprayer and
			tanker.  Used in movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" Jan 1969.   Now airworthy with "Yankee Air Force"
			of Ypsilanti, Michigan as "Yankee Lady" bearing original USAAF serial number.
77256 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85830 transferred from Navy.
			To US Coast Guard Dec 6, 1946.  Landed gear up
			during training flight at NAS Norfolk May 29, 1956 and scrapped for parts.
77257 		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former Army B-17G-110-VE 44-85831 transferred from Navy.
			To US Coast Guard Aug 14, 1946.  DBR in landing accident at
			Goose Bay, Labrador Mar 14, 1952 and scrapped for parts.

82855		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former B-17G-110-VE 44-85837 transferred from USAAF.
			To Coast Guard Aug 14, 1946.  SOC Apr 1,1 947
82856		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former B-17G-110-VE 44-85834 transferred from USAAF
			Transferred by barge back to Navy in 1948
			and used for spare parts for PB-1 fleet.
82857		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former B-17G-110-VE 44-85838 transferred from USAAF.
			To Coast Guard Nov 19, 1946.  SOC Aug 27, 1948

83809		Douglas-Long Beach PB-1G Fortress
			Former B-17G-95-DL 44-83809 transferred from USAAF.
			To Coast Guard Feb 10, 1948.  SOC Dec 22, 1948.

84792		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
			c/n B-87, ex US Navy BuNo 84792
				
85832		Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
			Former B-17G 44-85832 transferred from USAAF.
			To Coast Guard May 19, 1947.  Returned to USAF Aug 1948 and
			transferred to US Navy as BuNo 84000

90580 	Beech JRB-4
			Ex US Navy BuNo 90580 transferred to Coast Guard Sep 1944. Offered for sale in 1959.  To N5551A

97177		Boeing PB-1R Fortress
			Former B-17G-45-BO 42-97177 transferred from USAF.  
			To Coast Guard 1948.  Returned 1949.

122460/122461	Bell HTL-1 Sioux
			Transferred from US Navy

130219	Sikorsky HRS-3
			c/n 55249.  Transferred from US Navy Feb 20, 1953.

142386 	Bell HTL-6 Sioux


			

Executive Series:

01		Grumman VC-11A
			C/n 23.  Model G-1159 Gulfstream II commandant's aircraft.  Was N863GA, test registration only.   Replaced two 
				aging RM-1s as VIP aircraft stationed at CG Air Station Arlington, VA.
				Became N7TJ after USCG service.  Later to N890TJ, cancelled Jun 5, 2013.  Some references have this plane as being
				former serialed USCG 1451, but this would conflict with a HC-130H.
01		Gulfstream C-20B
			C/n 477.  Model G-1159A Gulfstream III.  Was USAF 86-0205.  Replaced the VC-11A.  Became N477SJ, later to N477WG
				after USCG service
01		Gulfstream C-37A
			C/n 653.  Model G-1159D Gulfstream V.  Was N527GA, test registration only.  Replaced the C-20B.  Assigned to 
				Reagan National Airport to serve as a long-range command and control aircraft for high-level Coast Guard 
				and Homeland Security officials.  Is it now serialed 101?
02		Grumman VC-4A
			C/n 92.  Model G-159 Gulfstream I.  Was N710G, then NASA 3, then N3NA before going to USCG
				Sep 19, 2001 as 02.  After USCG service, reverted to NASA Oct 2004 and
				returned to N3NA.  Reportedly sold to owner in Venezuela Aug 2006.  Noted at Manaus, Brazil Sep 2006.
02		Grumman VC-4A
			C/n 91.  Model G-159 Gulfstream I.  previously serialed 1380.  Later reserialled 03.  
			
02		Canadair VC-143A Challenger
			CL-604 Challenger c/n 5427, ex N321FX.  Registered N902CG but continues to be operated as 
				USCG 02.  Based at Reagan National Airport and used for high-level Coast Guard and Homeland Security officials.
				Is it now serialed 102?
03		Grumman VC-4A
			C/n 91.  Model G-159 Gulfstream I .  Previously serialed 02.  Retired and stored at Miami by mid-2001.
				Scrapped at Opa Locka by Jun 2002.

101		Gulfstream C-37A
			Model G-1159D leased by USCG Sept 2011 after returning their C-143A.
102		Gulfstream C-37A
			Model G-1159D leased by USCG Sept 2011 after returning their C-143A.

160		Israel Aircraft Westwind
			c/n 160.  Originally 4X-CJJ, then N1123R, then trialed by USCG as 160.  Reverted
			to RX-CJJ, then became N1123W, then N221MJ, then N221RJ, then XA-AVE, then
			XA-MUI, then XA-RIZ

393		CASA C-212 Aviocar
			From US DEA N393DF.  Then to N393DF with Specialized Transport Int and N965BW with Blackwater Avtn, then N4399T with
				Aviation Worldwide Svcs LLC

519		Cessna Citation I
			c/n 019.  Originally N519CC, then trialed by USCG with serial 519.  Reverted
			to N519CC, then Became N11DH, then N11DQ, then N256WN, then N111QP,
			then OB-S-1280, then OB-1280, then N397SC

References for US Coast Guard Aircraft Serial Numbers




  1. List provided by Jos Heyman, with principal references from A. Pearcy, USCG Aircraft since 1916, Airlife, England, 1991. Plus data from a wide range of other references and sources.

  2. Gordon Swanborough and Peter M. Bowers, United States Military Aircraft Since 1909, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

  3. McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Since 1920: Volume I, Rene J. Francillon, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD., 1988.

  4. Lockheed Aircraft Since 1913, Rene J. Francillon, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD., 1987.

  5. Grumman Aircraft Since 1929, Rene J. Francillon, Naval Institute Press, 1989

  6. E-mail from Ken Freeze on 6020, 1600 (rather than 1603) having crashed, and list of c/ns for J4Fs.

  7. E-mail from Ken Freeze on names for Coast Guard seaplanes.

  8. E-mail from Will Marshall on 1494.

  9. E-mail from Gib Brown on SC-130B aircraft being bought on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for the USCG. They were never owned or operated by USAF. 1347 and 1348 were never accepted by USCG since they were surplus to USCG needs and were wanted by the USAF. VC-11A was always CG-01, and was never 02. CG-01 C-20 was given the number CG-01 when it replaced the VC-11A. Was replaced by VC-37A CGNR-01 in 2002.

  10. E-mail from John Withers on 1378 and 2129.

  11. E-mail from Ken Stoltzfus on 7226.

  12. E-mail from David Pernham on 1347 and 1348 really being in the Coast Guard inventory. Also another 1451 (HC-130H) and the HH-60J that crashed in Alaska being 6020.

  13. E-mail from John Withers on 02.

  14. E-mail from Peter Vercruijsse on 01 (first), 1451, 01 (second), 01 (third)

  15. E-mail from Geoff Johnson on USCG HC-123Bs.

  16. E-mail from Phil Cole on 232, 1450, 1476, 4505, V190, V212, 235, 1258, 1355, 1423, 1486, 7236.

  17. E-mail from John Withers on 02 being a CL-604 Challenger.

  18. E-mail from Jean Bizot on 9010, 9014, 9015, 9042, 1078, 1081, 1091, 1095, 1098, 1099, 1133, 1085.

  19. E-mail from John Withers on 1026, 9072, 9172.

  20. http://www.check-six.com/lib/Coast_Guard_Aviation_Casualties.htm for list of Coast Guard losses.

  21. E-mail from Jos Heyman on 02 being designated C-43A

  22. E-mail from John Withers on V190, 235, 2301, 1428, 7218, 6594, 7216 and 7249.

  23. E-mail from dfebish on 1347 and 1348 being active with the Coast Guard.

  24. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield 1398 and 1428

  25. E-mail from John Withers on 02.

  26. E-mail from Patrick Dean on 7246, 7249, 1311.

  27. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on 1467, 1479, 1485, 1492.

  28. E-mail from Mark Sublette on 1393 and 1402.

  29. E-mail from John Withers on 7245, 1414, 2301.

  30. E-mail from Stacy Parker on crash of 3501.

  31. E-mail from Bob West on USCG HC-131As. Also http//www.uscg.mil/history/

  32. E-mail from Bob West on 5784.

  33. E-mail from John Withers on 2301/2.

  34. E-mail from Tom Kaminski on 6594.

  35. E-mail from John Withers on 2124, 2126.

  36. E-mail from Timothy Aanerud on 6506.

  37. E-mail from Paul Fowler on 1428 and 1347.

  38. E-mail from Martin Best on 1230/1238.

  39. E-mail from John Withers on 160, 1311, and 519.

  40. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on 1384, 1394, 1467, 1468, 1485, 1492.

  41. E-mail from Zsolt Varga on 1472.

  42. Tom Kaminsi, Dassault HU-25, The Coast Guard's Guardian, International Air Power Review, Vol 22, 2007.

  43. E-mail from John Withers on 6501, 6594

  44. E-mail from John Anthony on 5793

  45. E-mail from Lee Perna on PB-1 Coast Guard usage. Reference to Scott Thompson "B-17 in Blue"

  46. E-mail from Robert Weenk on 1466.

  47. E-mail from John Withers on 1380, 02, 03.

  48. E-mail from Don Struke on 34008, 39051, and 48314.

  49. E-mail from Art Rice on 1348.

  50. E-mail from John Withers on 9147, 2006.

  51. E-mail from Eric Boehm on 1308

  52. E-mail from Stewart Bailey on 1493

  53. E-mail from Eric Renth on 1375.

  54. E-mail from Jordan Hayes on 2303.

  55. E-mail from John Withers on 6505.

  56. E-mail from Jason Hodgkiss on 2306, 6521, 6573, 6582.

  57. E-mail from Mark Ostling on 9072 and 9172.

  58. E-mail from John Withers on 1327, 1429.

  59. E-mail from Gavin Edgecombe on MASDC assignments.

  60. E-mail from Chris Kennedy on 1348, plus a photo.

  61. E-mail from Eric Renth on 1375.

  62. E-mail from Jos Heyman on 4375.

  63. E-mail from John Withers on 4101, 6598, 4102, 6597, 4104, 7223, 5788, 5790, 5798.

  64. E-mail from Gavin Edgecombe on 1383, 1426, 1433, 1447, 1471, 1475, 1480, 1485, 1487.

  65. E-mail from John Longnecker on 1015, 1016, 1023, 1030. HH-52A as Sea Guard rather than Sea Guardian. 1451 not been heard of. C-123Bs never desingated HC-123B. CL-604 is VC-143A, not C-43A. 1347 and 1348 definitely existed. Not sure that Coast Guard flew a C-22A.

  66. E-mail from on 39042, 39043, 39045, 39051, 59148, 59158, 142386, 9439, 122460, 122461

  67. E-mail from John Chapman on 1251.

  68. E-mail from John Anthony on 50878.

  69. E-mail from Clive Lynch on US Coast Guard serials.

  70. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on 6558, 6559, 6560, 6566, 6581, 6589, 6595, 1370, 1421.

  71. E-mail from Mark Cleary on update to USCG list. 6543, 6028, 6505, 1710, 6546, 6020, 6549, 6541, 6594.

  72. E-mail from John Withers on 1601, 1602, 2106, 2107, 2108, 2115, 2116, 2122, 2124, 2126, 2130, 2132, 2137, 2138, 6543.

  73. E-mail from Gavin Edgecombe on 1383, 1478, 1490.

  74. E-mail from John Withers on 1600, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1710, 2304, 2306, 6002, 6003, 6004, 6005, 6008, 6009, 6013, 6014, 6015, 6016, 6019, 6021, 6024, 6025/31.

  75. E-mail from Pete Frye on 1382, 1392, 1425, 1470, 1484, 1503, 1504, 1603.

  76. E-mail from John Withers on C/ns for 6032, 6034, 6040, 6042, 6096, 6500/6598, 6599.

  77. E-mail from John Withers on 6017, 6027.

  78. E-mail from John Chapman on construction numbers of S-61 helicopters.

  79. E-mail from Stewart Bailey on 1493.

  80. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on 1446.

  81. E-mail from John Szalay on 1705.

  82. E-mail from Chris Kennedy on 232 and 235.

  83. E-mail from Bob Daley on 1451, 1346.

  84. E-mail from Pete Frye on 6523, 6558, 1398, 6581,

  85. E-mail from John Szalay on 6523, 6581.

  86. E-mail from M. J. Cleary on 6017.

  87. E-mail from Gavin Edgecombe on 1483

  88. E-mail from Craig Thorson on 1258.

  89. E-mail from Matthew Boyd on 7176.

  90. E-mail from Pete Frye on 1469, 2136, 7247, 1384, 7250, 1404.

  91. E-mail from Peter via Glenn Chatfield on 1424

  92. E-mail from Peter via Glenn Chatfield on 2306, 2307, 2310, 2311.

  93. E-mail from eLaReF on 0393

  94. E-mail from on John Lozon on 2128 and 2133.

  95. E-mail from M. J. Cleary on 2133.

  96. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on 5794.

  97. E-mail from Eric Renth on 1471.

  98. E-mail from Robert Varga on construction numbers for UH-60s.

  99. E-mail from Johan Visschedijk on V185.

  100. E-mail from 2311 and 2314.

  101. USCG Asset Guide Oct 2012.

  102. E-mail from Gary Wolfe on 1293.

  103. USCG Asset Guide May 2013

  104. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on 1479

  105. E-mail from Johan Visschedijk on 5490

  106. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield from Peter on 2104, 2112, 6043.

  107. E-mail from Mike O'Rourke on Coast Guard serial numbers for PBM Mariner aircraft transferred from US Navy. Credit to Coast Guard Aviation Association.

  108. USCG Asset Guide--last updated 1-1-14.

  109. E-mail from Stewart Lanham on 2104, 2112.

  110. E-mail from Johnnie C Eubanks on Navy BuNos assigned to USCG H-60 helicopters.

  111. E-mail from Eric Renth on 2115.

  112. E-mail from Gary Wolfe on 1332

  113. E-mail from Stewart Lanham on 3937, 4870, 4970, 5025, 5060, 8168, 8293, 8665, 8768,

  114. E-mail from Glenn Chatfield on V217

  115. E-mail from John Moehlenkamp

  116. E-mail from Stewart Lanham on 155, 9022, 9028, 130219, and 9046. From Helis.com

  117. Helis.com on c/ns and delivery dates for S-55 helicopters.

  118. E-mail from Jonathan Bryan on 2301 and 2303.

  119. E-mail from Stewart Lanham on 2128, 2130, 2137, 2138, 2139,

  120. E-mail from Stewart Lanham with information from Grumman Aircraft (1989)