Recent Updates to List of US Navy Serial Numbers



Last revised November 8, 2018


136754		TF-1
6/30/55: TOS USN. Assigned to Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron 11 (FASRON-11).
1959-1961: USS Lexington (CV-16) as COD aircraft.
1963: NAS Pensacola, FL, assigned to the Lexington, now redesignated CVS-16 (CVT-16 in 1969)
Note. 1963-1976: Logged hundreds of flights between Forrest Sherman Field, NAS Pensacola and the Lexington in the final years of her service averaging double the monthly flight hours as C-1As assigned to the fleet. After the airplane passed the 15,000 hour mark, the decision was made to retire it from service and it was donated to the then-Naval Aviation Museum.
7/12/1976: Naval Aviation Museum.

136787		TF-1Q		
1955: TOS USN as TF-1Q.
1957:  Attack Squadron (All Weather) 35 (VA(AW)-35), NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.
1959: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 11 (VAW-11), NAS North Island, San Diego, CA
1961: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 13 (VAW-13), NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
9/62: Redesignated EC-1A.
1968 to after 1970: Attack Squadron 122 (VA-122), NAS Lemoore, CA. Used to train A-7 pilots how to use their ECM gear. Carried 4 in the back and a lot of electronic gear.
By 1976: Converted to C-1A 
By 1976: NAS Patuxent River, MD.
9/80: Fleet Logistics Squadron 40 (VRC-40). NAS Norfolk, VA.
1/1/81: Deployed aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69).
4/2/82:  Crashed into a mountain during a thunderstorm, while on a logistics flight from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower to Souda Bay, Crete. All 11 aboard killed.

136788		TF-1Q		
1956: TOS USN.  Assigned to Attack Squadron (All Weather) 33 (VA(AW)-33), NAS Atlantic City, NJ.
1958: Unit moved to NAS Quonset Point, RI.
Ca.1958: Unit renamed Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 33 (VAW-33).
9/62: Redesignated EC-1A. 
1970: Unit moved to NAS Norfolk, VA. Redesignated Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 33 (VAQ-33)
Unknown date: Converted to C-1A.
By 5/74: Navy Fleet Tactical Support Squadron 30 (VR-30), NAS Alameda, CA.  
10/1/78: Unit moved to NAS North Island, San Diego, CA and redesignated Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30).
By 1981: Deployed on USS Coral Sea as Fleet Admiral’s aircraft
5/18/83: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 7C0011.
6/30/83: SOC
4/86: Classics In American Aviation/Al Reddick, Reno, NV as N778RR
5/14/86: Re-registered as N6788.
By 1990: Gerald A. Smith, Paso Robles, CA.
3/91: Sherman Aircraft Sales, West Palm Beach, FL
4/91: GAE Inc/Chris Peatridge, Needham, MA with c/r N788RR.
12/13/93: Martha C MacGoldrick, Trustee, Manchester, NH
4/30/05: Displayed at Beverly Regional Airport, Beverly, MA
4/30/15: c/r cancelled.

136790		TF-1
Ca.1957: TOS USN.
9/62: Redesignated C-1A.
By 1967: Assigned USS Hancock (CVA-19), Commander, Seventh Fleet’s aircraft.
By 12/68 to after 4/70: Assigned USS Hancock.
By 1975: NAS Oceana, VA.
By 1979 to 1983: USS Independence (CV-62).
By 5/83: Fleet Logistics Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 1988: NAS Cecil Field, FL.
9/30/88: SOC.
By 1991: Florence Air and Missile Museum, Florence, SC.
By 7/99: Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN.

146044		TF-1
8/18/58: TOS USN as TF-1.
2/59: Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron 3 (FASRON 3), NAS Norfolk, VA.
1960: Fleet Logistics Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
9/62: Redesignated as C-1A.
11/9/62: Deployed to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
1/64: Deployed on USS Essex CVS-9), NAS Quonset Point, RI.
7/64: Deployed aboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65). Participated in Operation Sea Orbit" (around the world cruise with Nuclear Task Force One)
3/67: Deployed aboard USS Randolph (CVS-15), NAS Norfolk, VA.
1968 to 1974: Deployed aboard USS Independence (CV-62).
12/71 - 1972: Temporary duty from USS Independence to Fleet Logistics Squadron 50 (VRC-50), Yankee Station, Danang, South Vietnam.
9/75: NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.
5/78: USS America (VC-66).
8/78 to 1984: Assigned to USS Nimitz (CVN-68), NAS Norfolk, VA.
1979-1980: Navy Transport Squadron 24 (VR-24), NAS Sigonella, Italy.
1985-1987: USS Independence (CV-62).
1988: USS Lexington (CVT-16) 
9/88: SOC.
9/88: To National Museum of Naval Aviation 
5/90:  J. C. Janes and Associates, Inc with c/r N71459
5/22/90: c/r N71459 cancelled.
By 7/31/90: Registered as N189G
11/2/99: Trader Air Inc Topeka KS
8/18/02: Crashed Roseville, IL. Aircraft experienced a catastrophic right engine failure and lost control and skidded 	to a stop in a field.  
7/13: Restored to airworthy.
11/3/17: Trader Air Inc, Eskridge, KS.

146049		TF-1
1958:  TOS USN.
9/62: Redesignated C-1A.
By 8/65: Navy Transport Squadron 24 (VR-24), Capodichino Airdrome, Naples Italy.	
3/66 to 3/67: Supported VR-21, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, in the Pacific area, with many flights into Vietnam. 	
By 1984: Base Flight, NAS Meridian, MS.
9/30/84: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 7C0015.
10/2/84: SOC.
4/89: David Brady, Cartersville, GA as N81389.
1990: Robert E. Robeson, Franklin, TN.
6/91: Midwest Custom Coaches Inc, Salina KS. 
10/11/97: Phil Bomberger/Aviation Business Corporation, St. Louis, MO

162140		C-2A	
1985: TOS USN as C-2A (R). [R=Reprocured]
1985 to after 11/88: Force Aircraft Test Squadron 20 (VX-20), Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, MD
By 1992: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 (VAW-120), NAS Norfolk, VA
By 4/94 to after 6/03: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 1/06:  Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), Detachment 1, USS Ronald Reagan Carrier Air Wing 14
After 1/06: Upgraded to 8-bladed propellers.
By 2/10: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), NAS North Island, CA
By 2015: VRC-30 aboard USS George Washington
By 8/18: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.

162142		C-2A
Ca. 1985: TOS USN as C-2A(R).
By 1986: Navy Transport Squadron 24 (VR-24), NAS Sigonella, Italy.
1988: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA. 
By 7/95 to after 2/17: Force Aircraft Test Squadron 20 (VX-20), Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, MD.
2006: Undergoing test program with NP2000 8-bladed propellers.

162162		C-2A
Ca. 1987: TOS USN as C-2A(R). 
By 5/88: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), NAS North Island, CA.
By 10/91: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 110 (VAW-110), NAS Miramar, CA
By 6/96: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), NAS North Island, CA
By 2002: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) Detachment 2, USS Constellation. 
By 2011: VRC-30 North Island.

162167		C-2A
Ca. 1988: TOS USN as C-2A(R),
By 11/88: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 110 (VAW-110), NAS Miramar, CA.
8/31/89: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), NAS North Island, CA.
By 7/99: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), Detachment 3, USS Constellation.
By 12/01: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), Detachment 2, NAS North Island, CA.
By 10/03: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), Detachment 3.
By 10/04 to after 2/07: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 4/05: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), Detachment 5
By 4/09: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), NAS North Island, CA.
By 3/16: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), USS John C. Stennis.
By 3/17: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30), USS Carl Vinson 

162174		C-2A
1989: TOS USN as C-2A(R).
By 8/89: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 (VAW-120), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 4/94: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 5/96: Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 (VAW-120), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 4/99 to after 2/14: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
By 7/01:  Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), USS Enterprise.
By 11/04: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), USS John F. Kennedy.
By 2006: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), Detachment 2, USS Enterprise.
By 5/11: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), USS George H.W. Bush.
By 2017:  Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 (VAW-120), NAS Norfolk, VA.

155722		TC-4C
11/29/66: First flight, using Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation registration of N789G.
12/5/66: TOS USN.
Ca.12/66: Marine Attack Training Squadron (All-Weather) 202 (VMAT[AW]-202), MCAS Cherry Point, NC
3/15/68: Attack Squadron 128 (VA-128), NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
8/9/95: Naval Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.

140731 T-34B Mentor MSN BG-65. With Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 
as N5656G in 1979. Current since May 3, 2007 as N341MR 
143719 F-8A Crusader MSN 86. Preserved in May 2013 at the Musée Aéronautique 
de Vannes Agglomération, Montblanc. 
158621 F-14A-65-GR Tomcat MSN 22. Displayed at the 1973 Paris Airshow at Le Bourget 
coded NJ-401 with VF-124. Reported in October 2008 stored at the China Lake Weapons Survivability Lab, California. 
163057 MH-53E Sea Dragon MSN 65555. Displayed by HC-4 coded HC/441 at the 
1995 Salon de l'Aviation at Le Bourget, Paris on June 8, 
1995. 
163115 F/A-18B-20-MC Hornet MSN 0511/B088. Active in March 2007 coded BH-200 
with VX-30 Bloodhounds and in September 2018 coded 
MA-22 with VMFA-112. 
164714 F/A-18D Block 39 Hornet MSN 1159/D107. Active in August 2003 with VMFA(AW)- 
224 coded WK-05, in April 2010 with VMFA(AW)-533 
coded ED-11 and in October 2012 with VMFAT-101 coded 
SH-346. 
164680 F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet MSN 1110-C294. Displayed by VFA-15 coded AJ/311 at the 
1995 Salon de l'Aviation at Le Bourget, Paris on June 8, 
1995. 
165527 F/A-18D-52-MC Hornet MSN 1461/D148. Active in April 2015 with VMFAT-101 
coded SH-201 and in June 2018 with VMFA(AW)-225 coded 
CE-03. 
46624 (MSN 1989) to storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jan 1953. SOC Jun 1956.
					In 1979 to David Tallichet at Chino, CA. Was on civilian registry
					as N9502C and deregistered Apr 1, 2002 on delivery to Australia for the 
					Australian American Catalina Memorial Foundation. Displayed in Royal Australian
					Air Force Association Aviation Heritage Museum in US Navy markings. Also reported as
					being on display at McChord AFB, Washington.
Should be (MSN 1988)		[46450/46638; MSN 1814/2002]
				
67162 	(MSN 5807) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953. To civil registry as N2909
Ex USAAF 43-33461. Accepted by US Navy 26Dec45. Delivered to the Pool at NAS Dallas, TX 8Jan46. Reconditioned at NAS Corpus Christi, TX 17Jan47. Assigned pool at NAS Corpus Christi Jan47. NAS Anacostia, MD Feb47/Aug48. Upgraded to SNB-3 by Beech in 1949 with new MSN N-240. Remanufactured by Beech to SNB-5 with new c/n N900. Delivered 8May52 to US Navy. Redesignated TC-45J 18Sep62. Redesignated UC-45J 14Oct64. Struck 30Apr68 at Tucson. Regiswtered 18Jun69 as N2909. Bogus registration, N67162 (the BuNo), was applied to the aircraft at the Wings & Wheels Museum, Orlando, FL. Reported in Mar92 at Tallahasse, FL.

121441	Messerschmitt Me262B-1b
(Werk Nr 110165)	Previously FE-109. Possibly ‘10’ of NJG.11 Luftwaffe. Surrendered to RAF at Schleswig-Jagel, Germany, in May 1945. Watson’s Whizzers as ‘101’. Shipped to the US and allocated FE-109. Transferred to US Navy Armament Test Division, NAS Patuxent River, MD, in December 1945 and allocated BuNo 121441. Scrapped at NAS Anacostia, DC, Nov 1946.

138514 (MSN 55579) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953. To civil registry as N68397, expired Sep 30, 2013.
Cancelled 22Dec14. Last noted derelict at Bamako-Senou, Mali Nov 2014.

142774 	(MSN 11836) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 630
VA-64 Jan/Aug62; detachment aboard USS Wasp Feb/Jun62.

149449 	(VMFA-323) crashed into sea off South Vietnam due to battle damage Aug 2, 1968
Accepted by US Navy 25Apr62. Retained by McDD, St Louis until Aug62.

150733/150807	Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
Completed to CH-34C standard for West German Army; designated H-34G III.
24 aircraft diverted by West Germany to Israel as partial war reparations. With the end of the Sinai War, Israel had very limited helicopter power. From January 1961, discussions were held at the Air Force headquarters about the possibility of increasing the number of helicopters, but the US administration refused to sell Israel offensive weapons. Finally, a way was found by way of an agreement with the Germans, according to which West Germany would supply Israel with weapons that could not be purchased directly from the source in part payment for war reparations. It was agreed to supply S-58 helicopters.

150756	(MSN 581549)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 21Nov62. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 21Nov62. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands 21Nov62 to Haifa, Israel arriving 24Dec62. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 23. SOC 6Oct68. Stored at Tel Nof. Returned to US Government 1968 for operation by United Nations. Overhauled by IAI-Bedek, flown to Cyprus and handed over to UN representatives. Used by UNICEF in Biafra, Nigeria. Operated by Robards Industries Inc. as UN-23. The airlift was halted by the Nigerian government at the end of June 1969. The helicopter was stored at Lagos airport; noted derelict at Lagos 1975.
150757	(MSN 581550)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 21Nov62. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 21Nov62. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 24Dec62. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 21. Written off 15Jul67. The helicopter was loaded with troops and cargo flying to Jebel Yellak on 15Jul67. As the helicopter approached the landing site, the crew noticed the encampment and antennas in the area. The helicopter moved away from them, starting high above an alternative landing platform. The place was filled with strong, descending winds, and the helicopter lost altitude. When it was 10 meters high, the captain tried to get out of the situation by lifting the collective and increasing the power of the engine, but because the helicopter was heavy, the rotor speed fell to 200 rpm. The helicopter crashed on rocks, and the right-hand landing gear broke. In order to prevent the helicopter from falling into the abyss, the captain turned left and the helicopter rolled down the slope parallel to the ground. As the tail went down, the helicopter tilted to the right. When it reached the bottom of the slope, the nose stuck in the ground, the helicopter turned 180 degrees to the left and turned over on its right side. The tail was used to repair #07 [BuNo150776].
150758	(MSN 581551)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 21Nov62. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 21Nov62. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 24Dec62. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 20. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4388S. Western Helicopter Services. Substantially damaged 27Aug73. Midwest Helicopter Airways 9Jan74. Destroyed at Chicago, IL 2Mar80 during an external load operation when the engine failed during the hover and the aircraft crashed and rolled over attempting to land. Registration cancelled 30Jul07.
150759	(MSN 581552)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 21Nov62. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 21Nov62. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 24Dec62. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 19. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4389S. Briles Wing and Helicopter 5Apr73. Leased to Catalina Airlines. Accident 14Oct80 at Santa Catalina, CA. Attempted a single engine ferry flight after a Special Flight Permit had been denied. Lost rotor RPM and landed in the ocean; flotation gear worked OK. Registration expired 2Jun04; cancelled 21Nov12.

150776	(MSN 581595)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 8Mar63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 8Mar63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 9Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 07. SOC Jun68. Exhibited at Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, Beersheba, Israel. In the mid-1980s it was transferred to the Ziklon factory in Karmiel, where it was renovated and painted in the original colors of the air force, and returned to the museum for display.

150778	(MSN 581606)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 27Mar63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 27Mar63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 26. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4376S; cancelled 19Nov73 on export to Brazil. Registered 22Feb74 as PT-HFU to Líder Táxi Aéreo. Ditched at sea after tail rotor failure 166km off São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil 28May74.
150779	(MSN 581607)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 9Apr63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 9Apr63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 27. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4377S. Registered Jun79 as C-GRJD; cancelled 22Sep93. Registered 27Sep93 as N70666. Registered 12Apr95 as N703SC; current [Jul18].
150780	(MSN 581612)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 9Apr63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 9Apr63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 28. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4378S; cancelled 23Jan74 on export t Indonesia. Registered Mar74 as PK-UHY to National Utility Helicopter. Reregistered as PK-OBL to Airfast Services. Ditched in Java Sea off Madura Island 9Nov87.
150781	(MSN 581613)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 19Apr63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 19Apr63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 29. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4379S; cancelled 29Nov73 on export to Brazil. Registered 28Feb74 as PT-HFV to Líder Táxi Aéreo. Crashed in sea about 30 km south of Ponta da Ilha de Maracá, Amapá enroute to a Petrobrás offshore oil platform after main rotor failure 24Mar76.
150782	(MSN 581614)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 9Apr63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 9Apr63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 30. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4380S; cancelled 23Jan74 on export to Peru. Registered as OB-T1042 to Servicios Aeroportuarios Andinos (SAASA). Written off 30Jul74.
150783	(MSN 581624)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 1May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 1May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 30May63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 01. Written off 6Jul64.
150784	(MSN 581625)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 1May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 1May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 30May63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 04. Returned to US Government 1968 for operation by United Nations. Overhauled by IAI-Bedek, flown to Cyprus and handed over to UN representatives. Used by UNICEF in Biafra, Nigeria. Operated by Robards Industries Inc. as UN-04. The airlift was halted by the Nigerian government at the end of June 1969. The helicopter was stored at Lagos airport; noted derelict at Lagos 1975.									
150785	(MSN 581626)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 1May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 1May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 05. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4381S. Registered 19Sep73 as G-BBJS; cancelled on export to Norway 25Sep73. Registered as LN-OSC to Airlift AS. Registered 8Mar78 as G-BBJS; cancelled on export to Norway 30May79. Registered as LN-OSC to Airlift AS. Registered Apr80 as EC-DJN to Helicsa Helicópteros, S.A. (HELICSA). Registered 31Jan97 as N72B; cancelled 9Apr13 on export to Canada. Registered 24Apr13 as C-GHHT to Helicopter Transport Services; current [Jul18].
150786	(MSN 581627)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 6May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 6May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4382S. Substantially damaged when the pilot allowed the rotor RPM to decay during an upslope survey at Alpental, WA 19Oct73. Registration cancelled 12Sep78 on export to Canada. Scrapped; to Nahanni Helicopters Ltd for spares.
150787	(MSN 581636)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 6May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 6May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 7Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 09. Written off 15Mar68.														
150788	(MSN 581637)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 19May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 19May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 22Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 31. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N4224S. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4383S; cancelled 20Nov73 on export to Brazil. Registered 4Mar74 as PT-HFW to Líder Táxi Aéreo. Crashed at Ilhas das Queimadas, Maranhao, Brazil 6Feb74. Forced landing on a beach after vibration due to main rotor head damper failure. Pilot misjudged and main rotor cut off the tail.
150789	(MSN 581659)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 13May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 13May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 7Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 10. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N4220S. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4391S. Registered 1973 as OY-HAR to Grønlandsfly A/S (Greenlandair); named "Kangoq". Registered 7Sep78 as N2295W; cancelled 12Feb79 on export to Brazil. Registered as PT-HJR.
150790	(MSN 581639)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 27May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 27May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 22Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 33. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4384S; cancelled 20Nov73 on export to Brazil. Registered 28Feb74 as PT-HFX to Líder Táxi Aéreo. Substantially damaged 6Aug81; not repaired.
150791	(MSN 581646)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 27May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 27May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 22Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 35. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4385S. Registered as CF-OIA. Reregistered as C-FOIA; cancelled 4Jun91. Registered 12Jun91 as N1099T. On February 13, 1995 the helicopter sustained substantial damage during a forced landing after a main rotor mast failure while conducting helicopter logging operations near Marblemount, Washington. The ELT actuated, but did not aid in locating the accident site. A witness stated that the pilot had just hooked a load, then released it and descended rapidly to impact. He described hearing an engine sound increasing in rpm before the crash. The pilot stated that he had a 150 foot long-line attached, and about ten minutes into his cycle, heard a loud bang while picking up a load. He said he tried to move the load downhill, away from the ground crew person, released the load and long-line, and turned the aircraft to head down slope. The aircraft impacted the terrain. Post accident investigation revealed that the main rotor shaft which had been installed new during the last main gearbox overhaul, had separated through the shaft-to-flange radius. Registration expired 31Aug01, cancelled 25Sep13.
150792	(MSN 581647)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 27May63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 27May63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 22Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 36. Returned to US Government 1968 for operation by United Nations. Overhauled by IAI-Bedek, flown to Cyprus and handed over to UN representatives. Used by UNICEF in Biafra, Nigeria. Operated by Robards Industries Inc. as UN-36. The airlift was halted by the Nigerian government at the end of June 1969. The helicopter was stored at Lagos airport; noted derelict at Lagos 1975.
150793	(MSN 581648)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT 10Jun63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel 10Jun63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 22Jun63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 38. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4386S. Registered 16Jul76 to Western Helicopters; cancelled 12Nov80.
150794	(MSN 581649)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT Jun63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel Jun63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 11Aug63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 14. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4387S. Registered 1972 as HC-AYF to Heliecuador. Registered 3Sep81 as HK-2071X to Helicopteros Nacionales de Columbia. Registered Dec81 as N2691L to Orlando Helicopters. Sale reported 5Apr05, registration cancelled 27Feb13. 
150795	(MSN 581656)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT Jun63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel Jun63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Haifa, Israel arriving 11Aug63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 40. Returned to US Government 1968 for operation by United Nations. Overhauled by IAI-Bedek, flown to Cyprus and handed over to UN representatives. Used by UNICEF in Biafra, Nigeria. Operated by Robards Industries Inc. as UN-40. The airlift was halted by the Nigerian government at the end of June 1969. The helicopter was stored at Lagos airport; noted derelict at Lagos 1975.									
150796	(MSN 581657)	Accepted by US Navy at BWR FR, Stratford, CT Jun63. Accepted by West Germany for delivery to Israel Jun63. Shipped from Rotterdam, Netherlands 6Jul63 to Haifa, Israel arriving 11Aug63. Towed to IAF Technical School, Haifa for assembly and painting; flown out to Tel Nof. Israeli Air Force 124 Squadron ‘The Rolling Sword’, Tel Nof as 42. SOC Jun68; Sold to Metropolitan Airmotive Jul70. United Aircraft International Inc. (Sikorsky), 21Sep70. Converted to S-58T by Sikorsky. Registered 13Jan71 as N42xxS. Reregistered 14Jan71 as N4390S; cancelled 5Apr73 on export to Spain. Registered 1973 as EC-CCX to Helicsa. Crashed a few minutes after takeoff from a super-tanker returning with passengers to base on a night flight over the sea seven miles from Puerto de la Luz, Gran Canaria (Canary Island) 14Jun75 [6 killed].


References:

1. Glenn Chatfield 
2. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
3. Stewart Lanham